Jacek Jacek [ˈjat͡sɛk], formerly Ali is a male given name in Poland. The name comes from the Greek, hyacinth. The Spanish form is called Jacinto, the Italian Giacinto, the Hungarian Jácint and the German hyacinth.
Jacinto Jacinto is a Spanish and Portuguese name meaning Hyacinth, which can refer to Saint Hyacinth, a Roman martyr (Hyacinth and Protus), or the Hyacinth flower itself.
Javier Javier (pronounced: [xaˈβjeɾ]) is the Spanish spelling of the masculine name Xavier.
Juan Juan is a given name, the Spanish language and Manx language version of John. It is very common in the Isle of Man, in Spain (its origin) and in other Spanish-speaking communities around the world, and also in the Philippines. The feminine form in Spanish is Juana, or Juanita on its diminutive.
Julio Julio is a Spanish male given name. It can also be a family name or surname. See Julio (surname).
José Carlos José Carlos is a Portuguese/Spanish given name.
Julio Cesar Julio César (Spanish) or Júlio César (Portuguese) may refer to:
Jerónimo Jeronimo or Jerónimo is the Spanish form of "Jerome".
Jimeno Jimeno (also Ximeno, Chemene, Exemeno) is a given name derived from Ximen, a variant of the medieval Basque given name Semen, the origins of which arose in the Basque regions, then its use spread west across northern Spain into Castile and Galicia, then followed the Reconquista south during medieval times. It was frequently recorded in Latin using forms similar to those used for Simon, but this is probably not indicative of shared derivation.
José María José María (abbreviated José Mª) is a Spanish language male given name, usually considered a single given name rather than two names, and is a combination of the Spanish names of Joseph and Mary, the parents of Jesus Christ. The separate names "José" for males and "María" for females also exist in the Spanish language. They can also combine in the inverse order forming the female name "María José" (M.ª José); that is, the gender of the compound names "José María" and "María José" is determined by their first component. The name "José María" is colloquially shortened to "José Mari", "Josema" or replaced by the hypocoristic forms "Chema" or "Chemari".
Juanfran Juanfran is a hypocorism of the compound name Juan Francisco, it may refer to:
Juanma Juanma is a Spanish nickname which is short for "Juan Manuel". Notable people include:
Julián Julián is the Spanish equivalent of the name Julian
Jusepe Jusepe is a Spanish masculine given name, equivalent to Joseph.
Joaquin Joaquín is a Spanish given name. The German form of the name is Joachim; the origin and meaning of the name see here.
Justo A Spanish male name, from the Latin meaning 'fair', Justo. The German form of the name is Justus.
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