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# Name Origin Meaning Gender Save

501 Jirina Czechoslovakian Feminine form of Jirka. F
502 Jiselle English Pledge. Phonetic spelling of Giselle. F
503 Jivanta Indian Gives life. F
504 Jo English Abbreviation of names like Joanna and Josephine. Also used as a prefix in compound names like Jobeth and Jolisa. F
505 Jo French Diminutive of Josephine: May Jehovah add. Addition (to the family). Also can be a diminutive of Joanne: God is gracious. French form of Joanna (from the Latin, Johanna) and the feminine form of John. F
506 Jo Latin Diminutive of Joanna: God is gracious. Feminine form of John (from the Latin, Johanna). F
507 Joan English God is gracious. Feminine form of John Famous Bearers: Legendary Pope Joan, who was a woman masquerading as a man; French heroine Joan of Arc (Jeanne dArc); actresses Joan Crawford, Joan Fontaine, and Joan Collins. F
508 Joan Hebrew Gift from God. F
509 Joan Shakespearean 'Henry VI, Part 1' Joan La Pucelle, commonly called Joan of Arc. F

510 Joana English Variant of Joan. F
511 Joana Latin Variant of Joan. F
512 Joanie English Variant of Joan. F
513 Joanie Latin Variant of Joan. F
514 Joanka Polish Polish form of Joanna: God is gracious. F
515 Joann English Variant of Joan. F
516 Joann Latin Variant of Joan. F
517 Joanna Biblical Grace or gift of the Lord F
518 Joanna English Variant of Joan. Feminine of John. F
519 Joanna French God's gift. F
520 Joanna Hebrew Gift from God. F