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First Name Directory - Starting with J




This site is dedicated to maintaining a database of first names from all over the world. We are still working to add all meanings to the names and sort them by gender, ethic and other behavior.

Most names come from the European and Arab area, especially italian, spanish, french and german firstnames.


Ja'far
Ja'far (Arabic: جعفر ‎‎), meaning spring or rivulet, is a masculine Arabic given name, especially common among Shia Muslims. It may also be transliterated Jafar, Jaffar or Jafer or Jaffer or in Egyptian Arabic pronunciation, gafar. The Turkish spelling of the name is Cafer. The Bosniak spelling of the name is Džafer.
Jaak
Jaakko
Jaakko is a Finnish male given name.
Jaan
Jaap
Jaap is a Dutch given name that is short for Jacob or Jacobus.
Jabal
Jabal is an Arabic surname or male given name, which means "mountain".[1] Alternative spellings include Jabel, Jebal, and Jebel. With regard to persons, the name may refer to: Jabal is an Arabic surname or male given name, which means "mountain".[1] Alternative spellings include Jabel, Jebal, and Jebel. With regard to persons, the name may refer to:
Jaber
Jaber is an Arabic name for males and a surname and may refer to: Jaber is an Arabic name for males and a surname and may refer to:
Jabir
Jabir (Arabic: جابر) is an Arabic surname or male given name, which means "comforter".[1] Alternative spellings include Djābir, Jaber, Jābir, Gabir, and Geber. The name may refer to: Jabir (Arabic: جابر) is an Arabic surname or male given name, which means "comforter".[1] Alternative spellings include Djābir, Jaber, Jābir, Gabir, and Geber. The name may refer to:
Jabr
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.
Jack
Jack /ˈdʒæk/ is a male given name, although in some cases it can be used as a female given name (a shortened versioned of "Jacqueline" or "Jackie", for example), and sometimes as a surname. In English it is traditionally used as the diminutive form of the given name John, though it is also often given as a proper name in its own right. It can also sometimes be a nickname for Jonathan, Jackson, James, Jason, or Jacob.
Jacob
Jacob is a common male first name and a less well-known surname. From 1999 through 2012, Jacob has been the most popular baby name for boys in the United States. It is a cognate of James. Jacob is derived from Late Latin Iacobus, from Greek Ἰάκωβος Iakobos, from Hebrew יַעֲקֹב (Yaʿqob, Yaʿaqov, Yaʿăqōḇ), the name of the Hebrew patriarch, Jacob son of Isaac and Rebecca. The name comes either from the Hebrew root עקב ʿqb meaning "to follow, to be behind" but also "to supplant, circumvent, assail, overreach", or from the word for "heel", עֲקֵב ʿaqeb.
Jacob
Jacopo
Jacopo (also Iacopo) is a masculine Italian given name, derivant from Latin Iacōbus.
Jacopone
Jacques
Jacques (French: [ʒak] ( listen), Quebec French pronunciation : [ʒɑɔ̯k] ( listen)) is the French equivalent of James, ultimately originating from the name Jacob.
Jacques-André
Jacques-André is a masculine given name.
Jacquet
Jacquet or Jaquet is a French name which in the Middle Age designated pilgrims on the Way of St. James (Saint-Jacques in French)
Jadwiga
Hedwig is a female, in rare cases even male first name. The name comes from the old high German (Haduwig) and is composed from hadu, "the struggle, the battle" and arc, "wrestle, struggle, of war". The variants Hedi, Hedy, French Edwige, Scandinavian Hedvig, Slovak and Czech Hedvika, Polish Jadwiga are known in German and English.
Jae-beom
Jae-beom, also spelled Jae-bum, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 20 hanja with the reading "jae" and 13 hanja with the reading "beom" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Jae-geun
Jae-geun, also spelled Jae-keun or Jae-kun, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 20 hanja with the reading "jae" and 18 hanja with the reading "geun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Jae-ho
Jae-ho is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 20 hanja with the reading "jae" and 49 hanja with the reading "ho" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Jae-hyuk
Jae-hyuk is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 20 hanja with the reading "jae" and nine hanja with the reading "hyuk" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Jae-hyun
Jae-hyun, also spelled Jae-hyeon, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 20 hanja with the reading "jae" and 35 hanja with the reading "hyun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Jae-jin
Jae-jin is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 20 hanja with the reading "jae" and 48 hanja with the reading "jin" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Jae-joon
Jae-joon is a Korean masculine given name.
Jae-seop
Jae-seop, also spelled Jae-sup or Jae-sub, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name.
Jae-suk
Jae-suk is a Korean male given name.
Jae-sung
Jae-sung, also spelled Jae-seong, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 20 hanja with the reading "jae" and 27 hanja with the reading "seong" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Jae-won
Jae-won is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 20 hanja with the reading "jae" and 35 hanja with the reading "won" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Jae-woo
Jae-woo is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 20 hanja with the reading "jae" and 42 hanja with the reading "woo" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Jae-wook
Jae-wook is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 20 hanja with the reading "jae" and 11 hanja with the reading "wook" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Jae-woong
Jae-woong, also spelled Jae-ung, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 20 hanja with the reading "jae" and two hanja with the reading "woong" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Jae-yong
Jae-yong is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 20 hanja with the reading "jae" and 24 hanja with the reading "yong" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Jae-yoon
Jae-yoon, also spelled Jae-yun, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 20 hanja with the reading "jae" and 16 hanja with the reading "yoon" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Jafar
Shī (Arabic & #160; جعفر, DMG Ǧaʿfar), Jafar, is often a male name of Arabic origin meaning "Power".
Jahid
Jahid is an Arabic name and may refer to: Jahid is an Arabic name and may refer to:
Jahja
Yahya (Arabic & #160; Jeanette, DMG Yaḥyā) is a masculine given name and a family name. Yahya is the Arabic name for John. The name is found in Arab countries, Pakistan, Turkey and rare in Kosovo.
Jahn
Jahn is a masculine given name.
Jahn
Jahn is a Norwegian masculine given name of originally Hebrew origin. The German form of the name is John. Another origin and meaning of the name see here. Another Norwegian form of the name is Jan In the Icelandic, Jahn is both male and female form in use. Inspired by the Greek goddess Hera whose initial in the given name Jahn was retained. By Heras simultaneously ratio as a sister, as well as spouses of ZEUSS, it illustrates the duality of man. So she was later mistress of sexuality, which brings together the male and the female into a whole. There was also the plays of j. Therefore should a gender equality with regard to the given name rule and made no differences between male and female form.
Jaipal
Jakab
Jakab is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Jake
Jake is an English male given name, which occurs in particular in the United States. Jake may be a diminutive of the name Jacob, appeared for the first time but in the middle ages as Variant by Jack.
Jakes
Jakes is a masculine given name.
Jakim
Jakim is a masculine given name.
Jako
Jako is a masculine given name.
Jakob
Jakobus


Jakov
Jakow
Jakub
Jakub (IPA: i̯akub) is a male given name. He is the Polish, Czech, Slovak, and Sorbian (West Slavic) form of the name Jacob. The diminutive is Cuba.
Jakue
Jakue is a masculine given name.
Jakup
Jákup
Jalaj
Jalaj (Devanagari: जलज) is an Indian masculine given name that originates from Sanskrit language. The Sanskrit word jalaja (a compound of jala 'water' and ja 'born') means 'produced or born or living or growing in water, coming from or peculiar to water' and can refer, among other things, to the lotus.[citation needed]. Other given names with the same meaning are Pankaj, Neeraj and Saroj.
Jalal
Jalal (جلال) is an Arabic masculine given name. The word Jalal is also found in Urdu and Persian language dictionaries, with near-identical meanings in all three languages. The word Jalal (جلال), appears twice in Qur'an as "ذو الجلال والإكرام", both in Surat al-Rahman, in verse number 27 and 78, as an attribute of Allah.
Jalal ad-Din
Jalal ad-Din (Arabic: جلال الدین ‎‎), (also Jalaluddin, and a number of other transliterations into English, also via other languages) is a male Muslim given name of Arabic origin, formed from the name Jalal with the qualification ad-Din. It may refer to, in chronological order: Jalal ad-Din (Arabic: جلال الدین ‎‎), (also Jalaluddin, and a number of other transliterations into English, also via other languages) is a male Muslim given name of Arabic origin, formed from the name Jalal with the qualification ad-Din. It may refer to, in chronological order:
Jalmari
Jamal
Jamal (Arabic: جمال‎‎ Jamāl/Ǧamāl ) is an Arabic masculine given name, meaning beauty.[2] The use of this name is widespread across the Muslim world. Jamal (Arabic: جمال‎‎ Jamāl/Ǧamāl ) is an Arabic masculine given name, meaning beauty.[2] The use of this name is widespread across the Muslim world.
Jamal ad-Din
Jamal ad-Din, Jamal ud-Din or Jamal al-Din (Arabic: جمال الدين‎‎), meaning 'Beauty of the Faith',[1] is a male Muslim name formed from the elements Jamal and ad-Din. In Egyptian pronunciation it appears as Gamal el-Din or in similar forms. In Bosnian usage it is usually written Džemaludin. It may also refer to: Jamal ad-Din, Jamal ud-Din or Jamal al-Din (Arabic: جمال الدين‎‎), meaning 'Beauty of the Faith',[1] is a male Muslim name formed from the elements Jamal and ad-Din. In Egyptian pronunciation it appears as Gamal el-Din or in similar forms. In Bosnian usage it is usually written Džemaludin. It may also refer to:
Jameel
Jameel (Arabic: جميل‎‎) is an Arabic given name,[1] and a surname. Notable persons with that name include: Jameel (Arabic: جميل‎‎) is an Arabic given name,[1] and a surname. Notable persons with that name include:
James
James is an English form of the male given name Jacob, who is the Latinized form of the Hebrew name יַעֲקֹב (yes ' aqov) is. Known shortforms are Jim, Jimmy, Jimmie, Jamie, Jaime, Jimbo and Jamey. As a family name, he is often found.
Jamil
Jamil (Arabic: جميل‎‎) is an Arabic given name. It means "beautiful" in Arabic. The Latin spelling variants include Gamil (used mainly in Egypt), Cemil (in Turkish), Djemil or Djamel (mainly in North African countries influenced by French spelling), Djamil and Jameel (mainly among African Americans influence by English spelling). Yamil, which is the Spanish variant of the name Jamil, has the same pronunciation in Spanish, but different spelling. The feminine equivalent is Jamila (also Gamila, Cemila, Djemila, Djamila, Jameela, Yamila, Jamyla, and Jamily). Jamil (Arabic: جميل‎‎) is an Arabic given name. It means "beautiful" in Arabic. The Latin spelling variants include Gamil (used mainly in Egypt), Cemil (in Turkish), Djemil or Djamel (mainly in North African countries influenced by French spelling), Djamil and Jameel (mainly among African Americans influence by English spelling). Yamil, which is the Spanish variant of the name Jamil, has the same pronunciation in Spanish, but different spelling. The feminine equivalent is Jamila (also Gamila, Cemila, Djemila, Djamila, Jameela, Yamila, Jamyla, and Jamily).
Jamshid
Jamshēd or Jamshīd (Persian: جمشید‎‎[pronunciation?]), also spelled as Jamshed, Jamshid, Jamshaid, Jamsheed, Cemşid, Jamshet, or Jamset, is a Persian masculine given name. It is a common name in Iran, Central Asia and among Muslims and Parsis of South Asia. It may refer to the following:
Ján
Ján is a Slovak form of the male given name John.
Janek
Janez
Janez is a Slovenian name.
Janik
Janik is a masculine given name.
Jānis
Janko
Janko (Cyrillic script: Јанко) is a masculine given name and a surname.
Jannick
Jannis
Jannis is a masculine given name. Jannis is a Dutch, Frisian, and Greek form of the name John, and means "God is gracious", "God has mercy".
Janoah
Janos
János
Janusz
Janusz is a Polish given name, which is derived from John.
Jared
Jari
Jari is a masculine given name.
Jari
Jari is a common since about 1940 Finnish male given name.
Jarkko
Jarkko is a masculine given name of Finnish origin. As the names of Jorma and Jarno is a variant of the name Jeremiah also Jarkko and means "God increases". Name day is June 26.
Jarlath
Jarlath is the anglicised form of the Irish name Iarlaith (older spelling Iarfhlaith).
Jarle
Jarle is a masculine Norwegian given name and may refer to:
Jarmo
Jarmo is a masculine Finnish given name. Notable people with the name include:
Jarno
Jarno is a Finnish male given name, which is a variant of Jeremiah. Jarno may refer to:
Jarod
Jaromar
Jaroměr
Jaromir
Jaromír, Jaromir, Jaroměr is a Slavic male given name.
Jaron
Jaroslav
Jaroslav (also written as Yaroslav or Jarosław) is a Slavic first name pagan in origin.
Jaroslavas
Jaroslavas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Jaroslav.
Jarrah
Jarrah (also transliterated as Cerrah (Turkish), Djarrah, Djerrah, or Jarah, Arabic: جراح‎‎, Jarrāḥ, [dʒarˈaːħ]) is an Arabic name, or an Australian name (i.e., the singer of the band Panama), it may refer to: Jarrah (also transliterated as Cerrah (Turkish), Djarrah, Djerrah, or Jarah, Arabic: جراح‎‎, Jarrāḥ, [dʒarˈaːħ]) is an Arabic name, or an Australian name (i.e., the singer of the band Panama), it may refer to:
Jascha
Jasem
Jasem Khandoker may refer to: Jasem Khandoker may refer to:
Jasmin
Jasmin is a female name, elsewhere also a male given name in the German-speaking world.
Jasminka
Jasmin is a female name, elsewhere also a male given name in the German-speaking world. The name comes from the name of the plant of jasmine, which was borrowed from the Persian Yasaman ('flower') and transferred to the Spanish in the 16th century. It means 'Symbol of love'. The name stands for beauty, purity and order.
Jason
Jason is a common given name for a male. It comes from Greek Ἰάσων (Iasōn), meaning "healer", from the verb ἰάομαι, iaomai, "heal", "cure", cognate with Ἰασώ, Iasō, the goddess of healing and ἰατρός, iatros, "healer", "physician". Forms of related words have been attested in Greek from as far back as Mycenaen (in Linear B) and Arcadocypriot (in the Cypriot syllabary) Greek: ????????????, i-ja-te and i-ja-te-ra-ne, respectively, both regarded as standing for inflected forms of ἰατήρ, "healer".
Jason


Jasper
Jaume
Jaunius
A Lithuanian given name is derived from the word Jaunius, jaunas (young).
Javed
Javed is a masculine given name.
Javier
Javier (pronounced: [xaˈβjeɾ]) is the Spanish spelling of the masculine name Xavier.
Javier
Javier is a Spanish given name.
Jawad
Jawad or Javadd (Arabic: جواد‎‎), also transliterated as Javad, is an Arabic given name meaning a steed, open-handed, or generous. The name is common in Iran, Afghanistan, India, Pakistan and Arab countries.
Jawdat
Jawdat is a given name for males. People named Jawdat include: Jawdat is a given name for males. People named Jawdat include:
Jawed
Jawed (Javed, Javid جاود; Urdu Jawaid, Javaid جاوید) is a masculine given name of Persian origin, with a meaning of "eternal".
Jay
Jay is a masculine given name.
Jay
Jay is an English male given name, especially in the United States, but also an Indian male name.
Jayden
Jayden is a popular American unisex name, 2007 he was on place 18 of the most popular names in America. Jayden is a variation of Jadon.
Jayson
Jayson is a male given name, which was based on the Greek name Jason as a Variant. Like this he is taken from the Greek Ἰάσων meaning "healer". Jayson is applied especially in the English-speaking world, "Jay" is a common short form.
Jean
Jean is an English female [dʒiːn] and French [ʒɑ̃] name and a family name.
Jean-Baptiste
Jean-Bedel
Jean-Bedel is a masculine given name.
Jean-Charles
Jean-François
Jean-François is a French double name, which is composed of the names Jean and François.
Jean-Jacques
Jean-Jacques is a French composed name formed from the name of Jean and Jacques. It is the surname of the following people:
Jean-Luc
Jean-Marie
Jean-Patrick
Jean-Pierre
Jedediah
Jeff
Jeff is a short form of the English name of Jeffrey, which in turn is derived from a medieval variant of Geoffrey. Jeff is primarily used in the United States and Canada.
Jefferson
From the old English its this is derived name from Jeffrey, son of Jeffrey, a variant of the Godefroy. It is worn by:
Jeffrey
Jeffrey is a masculine given name.
Jehoschua
Jehuda
Jēkabs
Jēkabs is a Latvian masculine given name and may refer to:
Jekuthiel
Jeldrik
Garry is a masculine given name. He is old-Frisian origin and is in the High German of the old German "Adalrich" (= wikt: noble and wikt: rich) transferred.
Jelto
Jenin
Jenő
Jenő is a Hungarian male given name, equivalent to Eugene. In Austria and Germany the name is often simplified to Jenö (which in Hungarian is a shorter vowel) and pronounced as German umlaut ö. Jenő is also the legendary founder of one of Hungary's original tribes, and the name of that tribe.
Jens
Jens is a male given name and a Danish, Swedish, Faroese and Frisian derivative of Johannes.
Jere
Jeremias
Jérémie
Jérémie is a French masculine given name. It is the French variant of Jeremiah. A common variant is Jérémy and its cognate in English is Jeremy. The name may refer to:
Jérémie
Jeremy
Jeremy is a male given name, the English-language version of Jeremiah. The French form is Jérémy or Jérémie. Bearers of the name include:
Jérémy
Jérémy is a French masculine given name. It is a spelling variant of Jérémie, itself the French variant of the biblical name Jeremiah. Its cognate in English is Jeremy.
Jerker
Jerker, a variant of Erik, is a Swedish male given name.
Jermaine
Jermaine (/dʒərˈmeɪn/ jər-MAYN) is a masculine given name of French origin, derived from the French given name Germain, meaning; "Courageous", "Honest", "Determined", "Original", and "Creative".
Jernej
Jernej is the Slovenian form of Bartholomew.
Jeroen
Jeroen (Dutch pronunciation: [jəˈrun]) is a common Dutch male given name originating from the Greek Hieronymus, and is equivalent to the English name Jerome. In the Netherlands, there are around 52,000 people who are named Jeroen, while in Belgium there are around 11,000 people of that name. Jeroen may refer to:
Jerofei
Yerofey (Russian Ерофей; Transliteration Erofej; obsolete form Ijerofei/Иерофей) is a Russian masculine given name of Greek origin (Greek ιερός/Holy and θεός/God).
Jerolim
Jerome
Jerome is a masculine name of Greek origin, derived from the Greek given name Ἱερώνυμος, Hierōnymos, "sacred name"; from ἱερός, hierós, "sacred", and ὄνυμα, ónyma, an alternative form of ὄνομα, ónoma, "name".
Jérôme
Jérôme is a masculine given name.


Jeromos
Jeromos is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Jeronim
Jeronimas
Jeronimas is a Lithuanian personal name, derived from Hieronymus.
Jerónimo
Jeronimo or Jerónimo is the Spanish form of "Jerome".
Jerry
Jerry is a masculine given name.
Jerzy
Jerzy [ˈjεʒɨ] is a male given name. He is the Polish version of the name George.
Jes
JES is a Danish male given name.
Jeschu
Jeshu (יֵשׁוּ) is the normal spelling of Jesus in the modern Hebrew language. In the translation of the Greek name Ιησους (Iesous) in relationship to others is the spelling יְהוֹשׁוּעַ or יְהוֹשֻׁעַ (Yehoshua) or used יֵשׁוּעַ (Yeshua). Only among Hebrew-speaking Christians in the modern Israel, the form Yeshua in conjunction can be found with Jesus of Nazareth. This follows the form "Yeshua" such as in the book of Ezra and the translation of the New Testament into Hebrew by Franz Delitzsch (1887). [8]
Jesko
Jesper
Jesper is a Danish male given name, which occurs in Scandinavian languages other than Danish form of Jasper. The origin and meaning of the name see here.
Jesse
Jessé
Jessé is a masculine given name.
Jesus
According to the New Testament (NT), Jesus Christ (from Greek & #160; Ἰησοῦς Χριστός Iēsous Christos, [iɛːˈsuːs kʰrisˈtos], Jesus, the anointed one) is the Messiah sent by God for the salvation of all men and son of God. With his name, the early Christians expressed their faith and the Salvation promises of the Old Testament (AT) based on the historical person of Jesus of Nazareth. The article is about Church teachings on Jesus Christ Christology.
Jésus
Jesus is a masculine given name. It is the Greek transliteration of the Aramaic diminutive of Yehoshuah (Hebrew), original form of Joshua. The meaning of the word is health and financial security hi.
Jethro
Jevrosim
Jewgeni
Yevgeny (Evgeny, Russian Евгений;) Transliteration Evgenij) Russian, male is a given name, Russian form of the Greek name of Eugenēs (Gr. εὐγενής), which takes the form of Eugen in German-speaking countries.
Jezdimir
Jezdimir (Serbian Cyrillic: Јездимир) is a Serbian given name.
Ji-ho
Ji-ho, also spelled Chi-ho or Jie-ho, is a Korean unisex given name, predominantly masculine. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 36 hanja with the reading "ji" and 49 hanja with the reading "ho" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names. Ji-ho was the eighth-most popular name for newborn boys in South Korea in 2015, with 2,095 being given the name.
Ji-hoon
Ji-hoon, also spelled Ji-hun, is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 46 hanja with the reading "ji" and 12 hanja with the reading "hoon" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names. Ji-hoon has been a popular name for South Korean baby boys for several decades, coming in fourth place in 1970, first place in 1980, and first place again in 1990. In 2008 it was the second-most popular name for baby boys, with 2,158 given the name.
Ji-hwan
Ji-hwan, also spelled Chi-hwan, is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 46 hanja with the reading "ji" and 21 hanja with the reading "hwan" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Ji-seok
Ji-seok is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 46 hanja with the reading "ji" and 20 hanja with the reading "seok" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Ji-tae
Ji-tae is a Korean male given name
Ji-woon
Ji-woon, also spelled Jee-woon or Ji-un, is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 46 hanja with the reading "ji" and 21 hanja with the reading "woon" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Ji-woong
Ji-woong is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 46 hanja with the reading "ji" and two hanja with the reading "woong" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Jiichirō
Jiichirō, Jiichiro or Jiichirou (written: 治一郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
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.
Jimmy
Jimmy, a variant of James, is an English masculine given name.
Jin
Jin'ichi
Jin'ichi or Jinichi (written: 任一 or 仁一) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Jin-hwan
Jin-hwan is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the given name. There are 43 hanja with the reading "jin" and 21 hanja with the reading "hwan" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Jin-hyuk
Jin-hyuk, also spelled Jin-hyeok or Jin-hyok, is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 48 hanja with the reading "jin" and nine hanja with the reading "hyuk" and on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for used in given names.
Jin-sun
Jin-sun, also spelled Jin-seon, is a Korean masculine name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the given name. There are 43 hanja with the reading "jin" and 41 hanja with the reading "sun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Jin-woo
Jin-woo is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name.
Jin-wook
Jin-wook is a Korean male given name.
Jinpachi
Jinpachi (written: 甚八) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Jiri
Jiri is a masculine given name.
Jiří
Jiro
Jirō or Jiro (じろう, ジロウ?) is a stand-alone Japanese given name along with "Tarō", and a common name suffix for males.
Jitendra
Jitendra / Jatinder is a common given name (usually positioned as the first name) for males in India.
Jo
Joachim
Joachim derives from the Hebrew Yehoyaqim (יְהוֹיָקִים) and means "raised by God".
Joachim
Joachim is a male name common in Germany. Jochen and Achim used frequently as an alternative or as a short form.
Joachim-Friedrich
Joachim-Friedrich is a German masculine given name, and may refer to:
Joah
Joakim
Joakim or Joacim is a male name primarily used in Scandinavian cultures. It is derived from a transliteration of the Hebrew יהוֹיָקִים, and literally means "lifted by Jehovah". In the Old Testament Jehoiakim was a king of Judah. In the Roman Catholic, Orthodox, and Anglican traditions, Saint Joachim was the husband of Saint Anne and the father of Mary, the mother of Jesus. The story of Joachim and Anne appears first in the apocryphal Gospel of James. Joachim and Anne are not mentioned in the Bible.
Joan
Joanikije
Joanikije (Serbian Cyrillic: Јоаникије) is the Serbian variant of Greek name Ioannikios.
João
João is the Portuguese form of the name John. The diminutive is Joãozinho or Joãozito and the feminine is Joana or Maria-João. It is widespread in Portuguese-speaking countries and therefore also the name of several notable people and places:
João Paulo
João Paulo is a Portuguese given name, the equivalent of "John Paul" in English. It also may be refer to:


Joaquin
Joaquín is a Spanish given name. The German form of the name is Joachim; the origin and meaning of the name see here.
Joaquín
Joaquín is a Spanish given name. The German form of the name is Joachim; the origin and meaning of the name see here.
Jochen
Jochen is a masculine given name.
Jock
Jock [dʒɒk] is an incidental common in Scottish English or diminutive of the name John. It corresponds to the common in England form of Jack.
Jockel
Jodok
Joel
Joel (יוֹאֵל Standard Hebrew Yoʾel, Tiberian Hebrew Yôʾēl) "Yahu is god", "YHWH is God", or the modern translation "Yahweh Is God".
Joël
Joël is a masculine given name.
Joey
Joey is a masculine given name.
Jógvan
Johan
Johann
Jóhann
Johann Baptist
Johannes
Johannes is a Medieval Latin form of the personal name that usually appears as "John" in English language contexts. It is a variant of the Greek name (Ιωάννης) and Classical Latin (Ioannes), itself derived from the Hebrew name Yehochanan, meaning "Yahweh is gracious". The name became popular in Northern Europe, especially in Germany. Common German variants for Johannes are Johann, Hans (diminutized to Hänschen or Hänsel, known from "Hansel and Gretel", a fairy tale by the Grimm brothers), Hannes, Jens (from Danish) and Jan (from Dutch). Jan is a variant of John known in Catalan, Czech, Slovenian, Dutch, Scandinavian, Cornish, German, Afrikaans and Northern Germanic. Polish has its own variant Janusz as has Slovenian "Janez".
Jóhannes
Johannis
Johannis is a masculine given name.
John
John /dʒɒn/ is a masculine given name in the English language. The name is derived from the Latin Ioannes and Iohannes, which are forms of the Greek name Iōannēs (Ἰωάννης), originally borne by Hellenized Jews transliterating the Hebrew name Yohanan (יוֹחָנָן), "Graced by Yah", or Yehohanan (יְהוֹחָנָן), "Yahweh is Gracious". There are numerous forms of the name in different languages; these were formerly often simply translated as "John" in English but are increasingly left in their native forms (see sidebar).
John
John is a first name. He is the English and North German version of the name John.
Johnny
A male given name is name is from Johnny English John (Johannes). A different spelling is Jonny.
Jōichirō
Jōichirō, Joichiro or Jouichirou (written: 丈一郎 or 穣一郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Jōji
Joji is a Japanese given name.
Jojo
Jojo is a masculine given name.
Jōkichi
Jōkichi, Jokichi or Joukichi (written: 譲吉 or 丈吉) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Jokin
Jokin is a masculine given name.
Joksim
Jokūbas
Jokūbas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Jacob.
Jomtow
Jon
Jón
Jón (IPA: [joun], [jɔun]) is an Icelandic and färöischer male first name.
Jonael
Jonael, also Jonaël is a French masculine given name.
Jonah
A male given name in the English-speaking world is derived from the Hebrew name Yonah (יוֹנָה) meaning "Dove", Jonah. The German form of the name is Jonas.
Jonas
Jonas is a common male name in many Western world countries. It is primarily used as a first name, but also occurs as a surname. It is particularly frequent in Israel, Germany, the Netherlands, and the Nordic countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden; it is also the most common name in Lithuania, however, in Lithuania, the name Jonas is derived from the Hebrew Yohanan as opposed to Jonah. Its widespread use and popularity has roots in its Jewish and Christian origins. As a surname, it is often Jewish, whilst as a first name it is mostly used in countries where Christianity is the main religion. In Turkish, Arabic and the Muslim world the equivalent name is Yunus (یونس) or Younes. In North America the name found popularity among Métis and Aboriginals in the Northwest.
Jónás
Jonathan
Jonathan (Hebrew: יְהוֹנָתָן/יוֹנָתָן, Standard Yonatan / Yəhonatan Tiberian Yônāṯān) is a common masculine given name meaning "YHWH has given" in Hebrew. The first known Jonathan was a son of King Saul in the Hebrew Bible, a close friend of David. The name's origin, Yonatan, is a popular masculine Israeli name, appearing in the Hebrew Bible.
Jonathan
Jong-hoon
Jong-hoon, also spelled Jong-hun, is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 19 hanja with the reading "jong" and 12 hanja with the reading "hoon" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Jong-hyuk
Jong-hyuk is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 19 hanja with the reading "jong" and nine hanja with the reading "hyuk" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Jong-hyun
Jong-hyun is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 19 hanja with the reading "jong" and 25 hanja with the reading "hyun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Jong-il
jong: 宗種鐘終從縱倧琮淙悰 綜瑽鍾慫腫踵椶柊蹤
Jong-seok
Jong-seok, also spelled Jong-suk, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 19 hanja with the reading "jong" and 20 hanja with the reading "seok" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Jong-soo
Jong-soo is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 19 hanja with the reading "jong" and 67 hanja with the reading "soo" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names. According to South Korean government data, it was the second most-popular name for newborn boys in Korea under Japanese rule in 1940.
Jong-yul
Jong-yul, also spelled Jong-yeol, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 19 hanja with the reading "jong" and six hanja with the reading "yul" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names. Jong-yul was the tenth-most popular name for newborn boys in 1940, according to South Korean government data.
Jonny
Jonny is a masculine given name, and pet name, in the English language. A pet form of Jon, the natural diminutive of given name Jonathan, in some cases it can also be a simplified form of Johnny; in other cases it is a pet form of Jon. A variant form of Jonny is Jonnie.
Jöns
Jöns is a Swedish male given name as a southern Swedish form of John. In addition, Jöns is also a family name.
Jonuz
Joo-hwan
Joo-hwan, also spelled Ju-hwan, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 56 hanja with the reading "joo" and 21 hanja with the reading "hwan" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Joo-won
Joo-won is a Korean unisex given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 56 hanja with the reading "joo" and 35 hanja with the reading "won" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names. Joo-won was the second-most popular name for newborn boys in South Korea in 2011, and came in fifth place in 2015.
Joon-ho
Joon-ho, also spelled Jun-ho, is a Korean given name, that is a masculine name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write the name. There are 34 hanja with the reading "joon" and 49 hanja with the reading "ho" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names. Joon-ho was a popular name for baby boys in South Korea for several decades, coming in sixth place in 1970, rising to fourth place in 1980, and falling to seventh place in 1990.
Joon-hyuk
Joon-hyuk is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 34 hanja with the reading "joon" and nine hanja with the reading "hyuk" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.


Joon-ki
Joon-ki, also spelled Joon-gi, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 34 hanja with the reading "joon" and 68 hanja with the reading "ki" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Joon-tae
Joon-tae is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 20 hanja with the reading "tae" and 34 hanja with the reading "joon" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Joonas
Joonas is an Estonian and Finnish given name and may refer to:
Joost
Joost is a male Dutch first name. It derives from the name Jodocus, which can ultimately be traced back to St. Judoc, a Breton saint in the seventh century: Jodocus → Josse → Joos → Joost (the addition of an end-t is a peculiarity of the Dutch language, especially some local dialects).
Joost
Joosten
Jöran
Jöran (there usually written Göran) is a very common in Sweden male given name. It is the Swedish form of George and a diminutive for "Bauer", means roughly "small farmer" or "Burp".
Jordi
Jörg
Jörg or Joerg is a German name, equivalent to George in English.[citation needed]
Jorge
Jorge (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈʒɔɾʒ(ɨ)], Spanish pronunciation: [ˈxorxe]) is a Spanish and Portuguese given name, equivalent to the English George. It is derived from the Greek γεωργός (georgos), meaning "farmer" or "earth-worker".
Jorge Luís
Jorge Luís (Portuguese) or Jorge Luis (Spanish) is a given name:
Joris
Joris is a Dutch and Frisian variation of both George and Gregor.
Jorma
Jorma (outside Finland sometimes Yorma) is a Finnish male given name and one of the many variants of the biblical name Jeremiah, the second of the four great prophets of the old testament. Jeremiah means "God increases".
Jörn
Jörn is a Northern form of the masculine given name George. The Danish and Norwegian form of the name is Jørn.
Jorrit
The name Jorrit (also sometimes SK) is a Frisian form of the German name of Eberhard. It is a masculine given name and is more of a name common in the Netherlands.
Jos
Jos is a given name and nickname (often of Joseph, Jozef, Josephus, etc.) which may refer to:
Jos
Jos is a Dutch and Luxembourgish male name as a diminutive of Jozef.
José
José is a predominantly Spanish and Portuguese form of the given name Joseph. While spelled alike, this name is pronounced differently in each language: in Spanish [xoˈse] and in Portuguese [ʒuˈzɛ] (or [ʒoˈzɛ]). In French, the name José, pronounced [ʒoˈze], is an old vernacular form of Joseph, which is also in current usage as a given name. José is also commonly used as part of male name composites, such as José Manuel, José Maria or Antonio José, and also in female name composites like Maria José or Marie-José. José is also a Belgian Dutch male given name, pronounced [ʒoːˈzeː], and for which the female written form is Josée as in French. In Netherlandic Dutch however, José is a female given name, and is pronounced [ˈjoːseː]; it may occur as part of name composites like Marie-José or as a female first name in its own right; it can also be short for the name Josina and even a Dutch hypocorism of the name Johanna.
José Carlos
José Carlos is a Portuguese/Spanish given name.
José Enrique
José Enrique is a Spanish given name.
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".
Joseba
Josef
Josep
Josep is a Catalan male given name of Hebrew origin meaning "God adds". PEP is the short or diminutive of the name. The German form of the name is Josef.
Joseph
"Joseph" is a masculine given name originating from Hebrew, recorded in the Hebrew Bible, as יוֹסֵף, Standard Hebrew Yossef, Tiberian Hebrew and Aramaic Yôsēp̄. The name can be translated from Hebrew יהוה להוסיף YHWH Lhosif as signifying "Yahweh will increase/add".[citation needed]
Joshua
Joshua is the English form of the biblical name of Joshua; for carriers of this masculine given name, see Joshua (name).
Joshua
Josiah
Josias
Josip
Josip is an ethnic Croat male given name, a variant of Joseph. Notable people named Josip include:
Joško
Joško is a Croatian diminutive of the male first name Josip, the Croatian and Slovene form of Joseph.
Josse
Josselin
Josselin is a masculine given name.
Jost
Jost, a German proper name, may refer to:
Josua
Joshua ([ˈjoːzu̯a]) is a masculine given name. He is the German, Dutch, Norwegian and Swedish variant of the Hebrew name Yehoshua (יְהוֹשֻׁעַ). The most famous bearers of the name is the Israelite leader Jehoschua ben now in the Hebrew Bible, the book of Joshua is named after the. Jesus of Nazareth bore that name. However, only the Greek version of the name was passed by him. The oldest form of Yehoshua is a theophorer name and "YAHWEH (God) is means salvation, generosity, rescue aid"...
Josué
Josué is a masculine given name.
Jōtarō
Jōtarō is a male Japanese given name
Jouko
Jouko is a masculine Finnish given name and may refer to:
Jovan
Jovan (Serbian Cyrillic: Јован, Old Church Slavonic: Їωан, Macedonian: Јован) is a Serbian and Macedonian male given name equivalent to English "John" or Slavic Ivan, from Hebrew: יהוחנן‎‎.
Jožef
Jožef is the Slovenian version of Josef. It is a biblical given name of Hebrew origin. He goes back to Josef, the son of Jacob.
József
József is a masculine given name.
Józsua
Jozsua or Jozsue is a Hungarian name.
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.
Juan Carlos
A Spanish male given name is formed from the Spanish single name Juan and Carlos, Juan Carlos.
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:
Jubayr
Jubayr or Jubair is an Arabic masculine given name, which means "mender", "unbreaker". Jubayr or Jubair is an Arabic masculine given name, which means "mender", "unbreaker".
Jūbei
Jūbei is a Japanese given name, which may refer to:
Judas
Judas (Ιουδας) is the Greek form of the name of the Hebrew male given name Judah (יְהוּדָה). It was used in Greek texts for people from the Hebrew Bible, Jewish history of late Antiquity, from the New Testament (NT) and the history of Christianity.
Judicaël
Judicaël is a masculine given name.


Juha
Juha is a masculine given name of Finnish origin which may refer to:
Juhan
Juhani
Juhani is a common Finnish male given name and Arabic surname.
Juho
Juho is a male given name. It is an Estonian and Finnish variation of John. Juho's name day in Finland is on June 24. Close versions to Juho are: Johannes, Juhan, Juhana, Juhani, Juha, Jussi, Jukka, Jani and Janne (all have name day on June 24).
Jūkichi
Jūkichi, Jukichi or Juukichi (written: 重吉) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Jukka
Jukka (Finnish pronunciation: [ˈjukːa]) is a common Finnish given name for males.
Jule
Julen
Jules
Julian
Julián
Julián is the Spanish equivalent of the name Julian
Julien
The given name Julien may refer to:
Julijonas
Julijonas is a Lithuanian given name.
Julio
Julio is a Spanish male given name. It can also be a family name or surname. See Julio (surname).
Júlio
Júlio is a Portuguese masculine given name. The equivalent in Spanish is Julio.
Julio Cesar
Julio César (Spanish) or Júlio César (Portuguese) may refer to:
Julius
Jun'ichirō
Jun'ichirō, Junichirō, Junichiro or Junichirou (written: 純一郎 or 潤一郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Jun'ya
Jun'ya or Junya (written: 純也, 純弥, 純彌, 純矢, 順也, 淳也, 淳弥, 淳矢, 淳哉 or 準也) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Jun-ha
Jun-ha, also spelled Chun-ha or Joon-ha, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 34 hanja with the reading "joon" and 24 hanja with the reading "ha" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Jun-sang
Jun-sang also spelled Joon-sang, is a Korean male given name.
Jun-seo
Jun-seo is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 34 hanja with the reading "jun" and 38 hanja with the reading "seo" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names. It was the fourth-most popular name for newborn boys in South Korea in 2008 and 2009.
Jun-seok
Jun-seok, also spelled Joon-seok, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 34 hanja with the reading "joon" and 20 hanja with the reading "seok" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Jun-young
Jun-young, also spelled Joon-young, is a Korean masculine given name. It was the tenth-most popular name for baby boys in South Korea in 1980, rising to sixth place by 1990. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 34 hanja with the reading "jun" and 34 hanja with the reading "young" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Junayd
Junaid (Arabic: جنید‎‎) (also spelled Junayd, Jonayd or Junayed) is a male given name which means soldier or warrior.
Jung-ho
Jung-ho is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 75 hanja with the reading "jung" and 49 hanja with the reading "ho" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names. Jung-ho was a popular name for baby boys in South Korea in the mid-20th century, coming in fifth place in 1950, rising to fourth place in 1960, and falling to seventh place in 1970.
Jung-hoon
Jung-hoon, also spelled Jung-hun or Jeong-hun, is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 65 hanja with the reading "jung" and 12 hanja with the reading "hoon" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names. It was a popular name for baby boys in South Korea in the mid-to-late 20th century, coming in tenth place in 1960, first place in 1970, and third place in 1980.
Jung-hwan
Jung-hwan, also spelled Jeong-hwan or Jong-hwan, is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 75 hanja with the reading "jung" and 21 hanja with the reading "hwan" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Jung-il
Jung-il, also spelled Jeong-il, Jong-il, or Chung-il, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 75 hanja with the reading "jung" and ten hanja with the reading "il" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names. One pair of hanja used to write this name (正一) also correspond to a number of different Japanese given names, including on-yomi such as Seiichi and Shōichi, kun-yomi such as Masakazu, and mixed readings such as Masaichi.
Jung-jin
Jung-jin is a Korean male given name.
Jung-min
Jung-min, also spelled Jeong-min or Chung-min, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 75 hanja with the reading "jung" and 27 hanja with the reading "min" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Jung-mo
Jung-mo is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 75 hanja with the reading "jung" and 27 hanja with the reading "mo" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Jung-myung
Jung-myung is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 75 hanja with the reading "jung" and 19 hanja with the reading "myung" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Jung-nam
Jung-nam, also spelled Jong-nam, is a Korean male given name. The hanja used to write the name mean "righteous man"; they are also used to write the Japanese male given name Masao.
Jung-sik
Jung-sik, also spelled Jeong-sik, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 65 hanja with the reading "jung" and 16 hanja with the reading "sik" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Jung-soo
Jung-soo, also spelled Jeong-soo or Jong-su, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name.
Jung-woo
Jung-woo is a Korean masculine given name.
Junichi
Junichi (じゅんいち, ジュンイチ?) is a very common masculine Japanese given name. In the Roman alphabet, it may also be spelled Jun-ichi, Jun'ichi, or Juniti.
Junius
Junji
Junji (じゅんじ, ジュンジ?) is a common masculine Japanese given name.
Junki
Junki (written: 淳樹, 準規, 純輝 or 純貴) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Junpei
Junpei or Jumpei (written: 淳平, 純平, 順平, 潤平) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Junzō
Junzō, Junzo or Junzou (written: 順三, 純三, 準三, 潤三 or 淳三) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Juozapas
Juozapas is a Lithuanian masculine given name.
Juozas
Juozas is a Lithuanian masculine given name, a shortened version of Juozapas, which in turn is the equivalent of English Joseph.
Jupp
Jupp is a German masculine given name, short for Joseph, and may refer to:
Juraj
Juraj is a given name used in a number of languages in various forms. The variants used in Central, Eastern, and South-Eastern Europe may be derived from a Slavonic similar to the Russian word юркий (yurkiy) meaning nimble, quick, handy. Pronounced "yuwh-rie" or "yuwh-rai". English equivalent of the name is George.
Juras
Jura is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Yuri.
Jure
Jure is among other things a Slovene and Croatian form of the masculine given name George.
Jürg


Jürgen
Jürgen is a popular masculine given name in Germany and Estonia. It is cognate with George.
Jurgis
Jurģis (Latvian pronunciation: [ˈjurɟis]) and Jurgis (Lithuanian pronunciation: ​[ˈjʊrɡʲɪs]), the Latvian and Lithuanian names for George, may refer to:
Jurij
Yuri (IPA: ' i̯uʀʲii̯) is a male given name. It is the Sorbian and Slovene form of the name George and next to Yuri also a possible transliteration of the Eastern Slavic name Юрій or Юрий.
Juris
Juris is mostly a Latvian masculine given name derived from the Greek Γεώργιος (Georgios), meaning "farmer", and may refer to:
Jurjen
Jurjen is a Dutch given name. Notable people with this name include:
Jusepe
Jusepe is a Spanish masculine given name, equivalent to Joseph.
Jūshirō
Jūshirō, Jushiro or Juushirou (written: 十四郎 or 重四郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Jussi
Jussi (Finnish pronunciation: [ˈjussi]) is a male given name. In Finnish originally it is short for Juhani or Juho, Finnish for Johannes/John, but is also recognized as a name in its own right for official purposes.
Jussi
Jussi is a male given name. In Finland, it is the short form of Juhani or Juho, Finnish for Johannes/Hans, but also a standalone name.
Justas
Justas is a Lithuanian masculine given name. Notable people with the name include:
Justin
Justin is an anglicized form of the Latin given name Justinus, a derivative of Justus. Justinus was the name borne by various early saints, notably a 2nd-century Christian apologist and a boy martyr of the 3rd century (possibly spurious). As an English name, Justin is common particularly in the Anglosphere starting in the latter half of the 20th century.
Justin
Justinas
Justinas is a Lithuanian masculine given name.
Justinus
Justinus is a masculine given name.
Justo
A Spanish male name, from the Latin meaning 'fair', Justo. The German form of the name is Justus.
Justus
Jusuf
Yusuf (Arabic & #160; يوسف - also Yousef, Yousuf, Youssef, Yusef, Yossef or Yosef; in South-Eastern Europe also Jusuf) an Arab and Turkish male given name of Hebrew origin is analogous to Josef.
Jusztin
Jusztin is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Jūtarō
Jūtarō, Jutaro or Juutarou (written: 受太郎, 壽太郎 or 重太郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Juvénal
Juvénal is a masculine given name.
Juvencijus
Juvencijus is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Juventius.
Jūzō
Jūzō, Juzo or Juuzou (written: 十三 or 重蔵) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Jyri
Jyri is a Finnish male given name.
Jyrki
Jyrki is a Finnish male given name.
Jørgen
Jørn
Jørn is a Danish male given name, which is also in Norway.





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