Juni is also a Danish given name. Some evidence for this is that Juni is the Danish word for "June". The June Movement is called JuniBevægelsen in Danish. And, Juni is also used as a masculine name in Swedish, Norwegian, and Danish. A known fictional male bearer of this name is Juni Cortez, a character and one of the main protagonists in the "Spy Kids" franchise. However, Juni is more common for females. So, I think that the "Gender" of this name should be changed from "Feminine" to "Feminine & Masculine".

I think in English this is a nickname for Juniper, June and Junia.
YUY-nee in Swedish and Norwegian.
JOO-nee in English.
Meaning: In Sweden, Norway and Denmark, Juni is considered a variant of Junia and Juno. It can also be seen as a word name, however, since it coincides with the Scandinavian word Juni "June" (compare June).


(Information from name #24966 originally submitted by an anonymous user)

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