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# Name Origin Meaning Gender Save

641 Jordan Hebrew Descended. F
642 Jordana Spanish Down flowing. The river in Palestine where Jesus was baptized has been used as a given name since the Crusades. F
643 Jordane French Down flowing. The river in Palestine where Jesus was baptized has been used as a given name since the Crusades. F
644 Jordane Hebrew Descended. F
645 Jordanna English Variant of the Hebrew Jordan. Down flowing. The river in Palestine where Jesus was baptized has been used as a given name since the Crusades. F
646 Jordanne English Variant of the Hebrew Jordan. Down flowing. The river in Palestine where Jesus was baptized has been used as a given name since the Crusades. F
647 Jorgelina English Variant of Georgina. F
648 Jorgelina Latin Variant of Georgina. F
649 Jori English Variant of the Hebrew Jordan. Down flowing. The river in Palestine where Jesus was baptized has been used as a given name since the Crusades. F

650 Jorja English Modern phonetic variant of Georgia. F
651 Jorunn Norse Chiefs love. F
652 Josalind English Modern blend of Jocelyn and Rosalind. F
653 Josalyn English Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name. F
654 Josalyn French Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name. F
655 Josalynn English Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name. F
656 Josalynn French Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name. F
657 Joscelin German START Variant of Jocelyn: One of the Goths'. Introduced into Britam as a masculine name during the Norman Conquest, Jocelyn was adopted as a feminine first name in the early 20th century. F
658 Joscelin Latin Happy. F
659 Josceline English Playful. F
660 Joscelyn English Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name. F