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Names That Mean John

383 names found for "John"   (page 1 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

Araminta  (English)
Thought to Be a Compound of Arabella and Aminta, Invented by Restoration Dramatist Sir John Vanbrugh
Arthur  (Shakespearean)
'King John' Arthur, Duke of Britaine
Babette  (Greek)
Variant of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Known
Baptiste  (Italian)
Named for John the Baptist
Battista  (Italian)
Named for John the Baptist
Bautista  (Italian)
Named for John the Baptist
Beaufort  (Shakespearean)
'Henry Vi, Part ' Thomas Beaufort, Duke of Exeter, Great-uncle to King Henry Vi, Bishop of Winchester, and Afterwards, in 'Henry Vi, Part ', Cardinal Beaufort. Cardinal. 'Henry Vi, Part ' John Beaufor
Bess  (Greek)
Diminutive of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Kno
Bessie  (Greek)
Diminutive of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Kno
Bessy  (Greek)
Diminutive of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Kno
Beta  (Greek)
Variant of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Known
Beth  (Greek)
Diminutive of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Kno
Bethan  (Greek)
Diminutive of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Kno
Betsy  (Greek)
Diminutive of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Kno
Bette  (Greek)
Diminutive of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Kno
Bettina  (Greek)
Variant of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Known
Betty  (Greek)
Diminutive of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Kno
Bigot  (Shakespearean)
'King John' Lord Bigot
Blanch  (Shakespearean)
'King John' Blanch of Spain, Daughter to the King of Castile and Niece to King John
Blount  (Shakespearean)
'King John' James Jurney, Servant to Lady Faulconbridge. 'King Richard Iii' Sir James Tyrrel. 'King Richard Iii' Sir James Blount
Borachio  (Shakespearean)
'Much Ado About Nothing' Follower of Don John
Brakenbury  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, Part ' Robert Shallow, a Country Justice. 'King John' Robert Faulconbridge, and His Father, Sir Robert Faulconbridge. 'King Richard Iii' Sir Robert Brakenbury, Lieutenant of the Tower
Brandon  (Shakespearean)
'Henry Vi, ' Sir John Stanley. 'Henry Vi, Part Iii' Sir William Stanley. 'As You Like It' a Country Fellow, in Love With Audrey. 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' a Boy, Son to Page. 'Richard Iii' Sir Will
Britaine  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry V' and 'King John' Arthur, Duke of Britaine
Cai  (English)
Diminutive of Caius: a Variant of Gaius; Which is a More Common Form of the Name in Britain. Famous Bearer: Cambridge's Caius College is Named After Its Founder, John Caius
Caius  (English)
A Variant of Gaius; Which is a More Common Form of the Name in Britain. Famous Bearer: Cambridge's Caius College is Named After Its Founder, John Caius
Carol  (English)
Manly, Strong. A Variant of Charles; from Carolus, the Latinized Form of the Name. Famous Bearer: Pope John Paul Ii's Real Name is Karol Wojtyla. Karol is a Variant Spelling of Carol Used in Several E
Catesby  (Shakespearean)
'Henry Vi, Part ' Sir John Stanley. 'King Henry the Sixth, Part Iii' Sir William Stanley. 'As You Like It' a Country Fellow, in Love With Audrey. 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' a Boy, Son to Page. 'King
Chan  (Spanish)
Nickname for John
Chatillon  (Shakespearean)
'King John' Ambassador from France to King John
Christian  (Latin)
From Christianus Meaning Christian. Famous Bearer: Christian Was the Hero of John Bunyan's 'The Pilgrim's Progress'
Ciana  (Italian)
Feminine Variant of John
Colville  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, Part ' Sir John Colville
Conrade  (Shakespearean)
'Much Ado About Nothing' Follower of Don John
Constance  (Shakespearean)
'King John' Mother to Arthur
Darian  (Greek)
Gift. Also a Variant of Darin. Poet John Keats Described the Moment of Discovery When Explorers Stood 'silent Upon a Peak in Darien.'
Darien  (Greek)
Gift. Also a Variant of Darin. Poet John Keats Described the Moment of Discovery When Explorers Stood 'silent Upon a Peak in Darien.'
Darion  (Greek)
Gift. Also a Variant of Darin. Poet John Keats Described the Moment of Discovery When Explorers Stood 'silent Upon a Peak in Darien.'
Darrian  (Greek)
Gift. Also a Variant of Darin. Poet John Keats Described the Moment of Discovery When Explorers Stood 'silent Upon a Peak in Darien.'
Darrien  (Greek)
Gift. Also a Variant of Darin. Poet John Keats Described the Moment of Discovery When Explorers Stood 'silent Upon a Peak in Darien.'
Darrion  (Greek)
Gift. Also a Variant of Darin. Poet John Keats Described the Moment of Discovery When Explorers Stood 'silent Upon a Peak in Darien.'
De Burgh  (Shakespearean)
'King John' Hubert De Burgh
Derby  (Shakespearean)
'Henry Vi, Part ' Sir John Stanley. 'King Henry the Sixth, Part Iii' Sir William Stanley. 'King Richard Iii' Lord Stanley, Called Also Earl of Derby
Donne  (Welsh)
Used in Honor of Th Century Poet John Donne
Elinor  (Shakespearean)
'King John' Queen Elinor, Widow of King Henry Ii and Mother to King John
Elise  (Greek)
Variant of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Known
Eliza  (Greek)
Diminutive of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Kno
Elizabeth  (Greek)
From the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Known Bearers of This Name;
Elizabeth  (English)
My God is Bountiful;God of Plenty. Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist in the Bible. in England Queen Elizabeth I and Ii. One of the Most Frequently Used Names in England
Elizabeth  (Hebrew)
My God is Bountiful;God of Plenty. Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist in the Bible. in England Queen Elizabeth I and Ii.One of the Most Frequently Used Names in England
383 names found for "John"   (page 1 of 8) 

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