The English female form of ‘John’. ‘Janelle’, ‘Janette’ and ‘janice’ are modern forms of ‘Jane’. ‘Jayne’ is an alternative spelling and ‘Janet’ is a diminutive form of ‘Jane’.
Originates from the Hebrew meaning ‘dove’. In the Bible, it was the name of Job’s daughter.
A feminine form of ‘John’.
From the Hebrew name ‘Johanna’.
The French female form of ‘Joseph’.
Originates from Latin and means ‘pleasure’.
This name, used to be used for boys and girls, was popular in medieval times and means ‘lord’.
Pertaining to ‘Judea’. It was the name of a Heroine of the Jewish people.
The female form of ‘Julius’.
The female form of ‘Juianus’. It was widespread in earlier Christian periods. There were a few saintly women of this name between the thirteenth and the sixteenth centuries.
The French equivalent of ‘Julia’.
A diminutive of ‘Julia’. The French equivalent is ‘Juliette’.
The female form of ‘Justin’. An alternative spelling is ‘Justine’.
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