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Meaning of the Name Ivan

The first name Ivan is of Bulgaria, Slavic, Russian, Ukrainian, Greek, Hebrew, Spanish origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Bulgaria: God's Gracious Gift
Slavic: Variant of John. Ivanhoe is the Medieval Variant Sir Walter Scott Used for the Saxon Hero of 'Ivanhoe.'
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.'
Russian: John (Yvan)
Russian: God's Gracious Gift (Vanya,Vanyusha)
Ukrainian: God's Gift
Slavic: God is Good
Greek: Glorious Gift
Hebrew: Gift from God
Spanish: Archer

Similar Names

Iban | Ibon | Ivana | Ivano | Iven | Ivon | Ivane | Ivania | Ivanna |

Related Names

Abhivandan  (Hindu)
Salutation With Respect
Abhivandya  (Hindu)
One Who is Greeted Respectfully
Atheistan  (English)
From the Old English Aethelstan Meaning Noble Stone. Atheistan Was an Anglo-saxon King. Sir Walter Scott Used the Name Atheistan in His Novel Ivanhoe
Cedric  (English)
Cedric Was a Character in Sir Walter Scott's Novel Ivanhoe. Possibly Derived from a Misspelling of Cerdic, a King of Wessex, or from the Welsh Cedrych, Meaning Bounty-pattern
Cedrych  (English)
Variant of Cedric: Cedric Was a Character in Sir Walter Scott's Novel Ivanhoe. Possibly Derived from a Misspelling of Cerdic, a King of Wessex, or from the Welsh Cedrych, Meaning Bounty-pattern
Iolanthe  (Greek)
Violet Flower. The Name of a Gilbert and Sullivan Opera from Also a Mythological Sea Nymph and Daughter of Oceanus
Ivana  (Russian)
Feminine of Ivan: God's Gracious Gift
Ivana  (Czechoslovakian)
Feminine of Ivan
Ivana  (Hebrew)
Gift from God
Ivana  (Slavic)
God is Gracious
Ivana  (Hebrew)
God's Gracious Gift (Iva, Ivane, Ivyl
Ivana  (Russian)
God's Gracious Gift
Ivana  (Hebrew)
Gift from God
Ivane  (Russian)
Feminine of Ivan: God's Gracious Gift
Ivane  (Hebrew)
Gift from God
Ivanetsr  (Greek)
Glorious Gift
Ivanhoe  (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.'
Ivania  (Czechoslovakian)
Feminine of Ivan
Ivanka  (Bulgaria)
God's Gracious Gift
Ivankor  (Greek)
Glorious Gift
Ivanna  (Czechoslovakian)
Feminine of Ivan
Ivanna  (Hebrew)
Gift from God
Ivanna  (Greek)
Gift of the Gods
Ivano  (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.'
Jivanta  (Indian)
Gives Life
John  (Hebrew)
God is Merciful (Jack, Johnny, Jock, Jon, Jay, Jan, Jean, Lan, Ivan)
Livana  (Hebrew)
White
Livana  (Hebrew)
Lunar
Livana  (Latin)
Raise Up. Levana Was the Roman Mythological Goddess and Protectress of Newborns
Shivani  (Hindu)
Goddess Parvati
Sivan  (Biblical)
A Bush or Thorn
Sivan  (Hebrew)
June
Sivan  (Biblical)
A Bush or Thorn
Sullivan  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Dark-eyed
Sullivan  (Irish)
Dark Eyes. Surname
Zivanka  (Slavic)
Alive

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