Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. kho-NA-tan(Spanish)
yaw-NA-tan(Polish)
YOO-na-tan(Norwegian)
YO-na-tan(German)
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Meaning & History

Spanish and Polish form of Jonathan, as well as a Scandinavian and German variant form.

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesJehonathan, Jonathan(Biblical) Ionathan(Biblical Greek) Yehonatan, Yonatan(Biblical Hebrew) Ionathan(Biblical Latin) Jonatán(Biblical Spanish) Jonathan(Dutch) Jonathan, Johnathan, Johnathon, Jon, Jonathon, Jonny(English) Jonty(English (British)) Jónatan(Faroese) Jonathan(French) Yehonatan, Yonatan, Yoni(Hebrew) Jónatan(Icelandic) Ionatán(Irish) Gionata(Italian) Jônatas(Portuguese (Brazilian)) Jónatas(Portuguese (European))
Same SpellingJónatan, Jonatán
User SubmissionJonatán

Popularity

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Name Days

Croatia: August 1
Norway: March 29
Poland: December 29
Sweden: December 22
Entry updated November 20, 2020