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Names That Mean John

383 names found for "John"   (page 3 of 8) 

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Looking for names that mean John? We couldn't find the exact name John, but listed below are some first names meaning John or names similar to the word John.

Similar Names

Jahnu | Jan | Jean | Jen | Jin | Joen | Johan | Johann | Johnn | Johnny |

Related Names

Ian  (Scottish)
Gift from God the Gaelic Form of the Name John
Ian  (Scottish)
God is Graciou; Scottish Form of John.(Ee-an)
Ioan  (Welsh)
Welsh Form of John 'God's Gift'
Ivan  (Russian)
John (Yvan)
Ivan  (Russian)
The Russian Form of John: Gracious Gift from God. Ivanhoe is the Medieval Variant Sir Walter Scott Used for the Saxon Hero of 'Ivanhoe.'
Ivan  (Slavic)
Variant of John. Ivanhoe is the Medieval Variant Sir Walter Scott Used for the Saxon Hero of 'Ivanhoe.'
Ivanhoe  (Russian)
Variant of John. Ivanhoe is the Medieval Variant Sir Walter Scott Used for the Saxon Hero of 'Ivanhoe.'
Ivanhoe  (Slavic)
Variant of John. Ivanhoe is the Medieval Variant Sir Walter Scott Used for the Saxon Hero of 'Ivanhoe.'
Ivano  (Russian)
Variant of John. Ivanhoe is the Medieval Variant Sir Walter Scott Used for the Saxon Hero of 'Ivanhoe.'
Ivano  (Slavic)
Variant of John. Ivanhoe is the Medieval Variant Sir Walter Scott Used for the Saxon Hero of 'Ivanhoe.'
Iwan  (Welsh)
Welsh Form of John 'God's Gift'
Jack  (English)
Diminutive of John: God is Gracious. During the Middle Ages, Jack Was So Common That it Was Used As a General Term for 'Man' or 'Boy'. Famous Bearer: American Actor Jack Lemmon
Jack  (English)
From the Name John
Jack  (English)
God is Gracious; Also a Pet Form of John
Jackie  (English)
Diminutive of Jack, Derived from John: God is Gracious. During the Middle Ages, Jack Was So Common That it Was Used As a General Term for 'Man' or 'Boy'. Famous Bearer: American Actor Jack Lemmon. Use
Jackie  (Scottish)
God Has Been Gracious; Has Shown Favor. Based on John or Jacques
Jackson  (Scottish)
God Has Been Gracious; Has Shown Favor. Based on John or Jacques
Jacky  (Scottish)
God Has Been Gracious; Has Shown Favor. Based on John or Jacques
James  (Shakespearean)
'King John' James Jurney, Servant to Lady Faulconbridge. 'King Richard Iii' Sir James Tyrrel. 'King Richard Iii' Sir James Blount
Jan  (English)
God Has Been Gracious. A Variant of John
Jan  (Swedish)
Swedish Form of John 'Gift from God'
Jan  (Dutch)
Variant of John 'God Has Been Gracious; Has Shown Favor.'
Jan  (Slavic)
Variant of John 'God Has Been Gracious; Has Shown Favor.'
Jan  (Slavic)
Variant of John
Jan  (Dutch)
Variant of John
Jan  (English)
God is Gracious. A Feminine Form of John. Alternatively, This Name is Used As a Short Form of Any of the Various Names Beginning With the Element Jan-
Jan  (English)
Diminutive of Janet: God Has Been Gracious. A Feminine Form of John
Jan  (Scottish)
God Has Been Gracious. A Diminutive of Janet, Which is a Feminine Form of John
Jana  (Czechoslovakian)
Variant of John. God's Gift. in Roman Mythology; Jana Was the Wife of Janus
Jana  (Polish)
Polish Form of Joanna: God is Gracious. Variant of John. in Roman Mythology; Jana Was the Wife of Janus
Jana  (Irish)
Feminine Form of John: God is Gracious
Janah  (Polish)
Variant of John. in Roman Mythology; Jana Was the Wife of Janus
Janah  (Polish)
Variant of John. in Roman Mythology; Jana Was the Wife of Janus
Janah  (Czechoslovakian)
Variant of John. in Roman Mythology; Jana Was the Wife of Janus
Janalee  (Polish)
Variant of John. in Roman Mythology; Jana Was the Wife of Janus
Janalee  (Czechoslovakian)
Variant of John. in Roman Mythology; Jana Was the Wife of Janus
Janalyn  (Czechoslovakian)
Variant of John. in Roman Mythology; Jana Was the Wife of Janus
Janalyn  (Polish)
Variant of John. in Roman Mythology; Jana Was the Wife of Janus
Janalyn  (Czechoslovakian)
Variant of John. in Roman Mythology; Jana Was the Wife of Janus
Janalynn  (Polish)
Variant of John. in Roman Mythology; Jana Was the Wife of Janus
Janalynn  (Czechoslovakian)
Variant of John. in Roman Mythology; Jana Was the Wife of Janus
Janceena  (Polish)
Variant of John. in Roman Mythology; Jana Was the Wife of Janus
Janceena  (Czechoslovakian)
Variant of John. in Roman Mythology; Jana Was the Wife of Janus
Jane  (English)
Jehovah Has Been Gracious. A Feminine Form of John. Variant of Joan. from the Old French Jehane. Famous Bearers: British Novelist Jane Austen (-) and American Actress Jayne Mansfield (-)
Jane  (English)
God is Gracious. Jane is a Cognate of the French Jehanne and Jeanne, Which are Feminine Forms of Jean, a Cognate of John
Janek  (Czechoslovakian)
Variant of John God Has Been Gracious; Has Shown Favor
Janet  (English)
God Has Been Gracious. A Feminine Form of John
Janet  (English)
God is Gracious; a Diminutive Form of Jane, Which is a Feminine Form of John
Janetta  (English)
Variant of Janet: God Has Been Gracious. A Feminine Form of John
Janette  (English)
Variant of Janet: God Has Been Gracious. A Feminine Form of John
383 names found for "John"   (page 3 of 8) 

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