What does Jon mean in French?


What does Jon mean in French?

The French translation for “John; Jean (boy’s name)” is Jean.

What nationality is the name Jon?

In 2008, Jon was the 527th most popular name in the United States. It is spelled Jón in Iceland and on the Faroe Islands. In the Nordic countries, it is derived from Johannes….Jon.

Gender Male
Meaning the eye for god
Other names
Related names John, Jonathan, Jonny, Jonnie, Jonn, Jonni, Yahya, Yehia

What does the name Jon mean biblically?

It’s a familiar, but very traditional name with biblical origins. The name John is derived from the Hebrew Yohanan, meaning “graced by God.” It is a solid, traditional name that exudes strength, smarts, and kindness. Origin: John is a biblical name, first appearing in its Hebrew form in the Old Testament.

What does Jon mean?

It is of English and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Jon is “God is gracious; gift of God”. Variant of John or short form of Jonathan. Jon is also used in the French fashion, hyphenated with another name. See also Jean.

Is Jon a word?

No, jon is not in the scrabble dictionary.

Is Jon a Scandinavian?

Johann (Germanic: German, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish) Jóhann (Icelandic, Faroese) Jóhannes (Icelandic) Jon (Basque, Norwegian)

Is Jon an Italian name?

Giovanni is a male Italian given name (from Latin Ioannes)….Giovanni (name)

Other gender
Feminine Giovanna
Word/name Hebrew, via Italian
Meaning “YHWH is Gracious”

Is Jon a German name?

Johann (Germanic: German, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish) Jóhann (Icelandic, Faroese) Johannes (Germanic: German, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Dutch) Jon (Basque, Norwegian)

Is Jon a Spanish name?

It is very common in Spain and in other Spanish-speaking communities around the world and in the Philippines, and also (pronounced differently) in the Isle of Man….Juan.

Gender Male
Other gender
Feminine Juana (Spanish)
Word/name Spanish derivation of John or Manx derivation of John

What does Jon mean in slang?

Jawn is Philadelphia slang for anything … literally anything. Jawn is used as an all encompassing substitute for any person, place, or thing.

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