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701 Jolon NativeAmerican Valley of the dead oaks. M
702 Jolyon Latin Variant of Julian: Youthful. Jove's child. From Latin 'Julianus'. Form of Julius and family clan name of several powerful Roman emperors. In the Middle Ages, the name Julian was used for children of either gender, but is now used as a boy's name. M
703 Jomar Hebrew A combination of Joseph and Mary. M
704 Jomei Japanese Spread light. M
705 Jon English Variant of John or abbreviation of Jonathan 'Jehovah has been gracious; has shown favor.' Sometimes used in the French fashion hyphenated with a second name like Jon-Carlo or Jon-Paul. M
706 Jon French Variant of John or abbreviation of Jonathan: 'Jehovah has been gracious; has shown favor.' Sometimes used in the French fashion hyphenated with a second name like Jon-Carlo or Jon-Paul. M
707 Jon Hebrew Diminutive of Jonathan: Jehovah has given. Jehovah's gift. Gift from God. M
708 Jonadab Biblical Who gives liberally. Free giver, liberality. M
709 Jonah Biblical A dove; he that oppresses; destroyer M

710 Jonah Hebrew Dove. In the Bible, the prophet Jonah was swallowed by a whale after God caused his ship to sink and then was tossed up onto dry land after three days and nights. Sailors traditionally use the name Jonah to personify someone who brings bad luck. M
711 Jonam Hebrew Gift from God. M
712 Jonam Swedish Swedish form of John 'gift from God'. M
713 Jonan Biblical A dove, multiplying of the people. M
714 Jonas Biblical A dove; he that oppresses; destroyer M
715 Jonas Hebrew Gift from God. M
716 Jonas Spanish Dove. Variant of Hebrew Jonah. M
717 Jonas Swedish Dove. M
718 Jonatan Hebrew Gift from God. M
719 Jonathan Biblical Given of God M
720 Jonathan Hebrew Jehovah has given. Jehovah's gift. Famous Bearer: Anglo-Irish writer Jonathan Swift (1667-1745), author of Gulliver's Travels. M