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# Name Origin Meaning Gender Save

681 Josie Hebrew God will add. F
682 Josilyn English Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name. F
683 Josilyn French Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name. F
684 Josina English Diminutive form of Josephine. F
685 Joslin English Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name. F
686 Joslin French Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name. F
687 Joslyn English Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name. F
688 Joslyn French Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name. F
689 Joss German Diminutive 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

690 Josune Spanish Named for Jesus. F
691 Jourdain Shakespearean 'Henry VI, Part 2' Margery Jourdain, a witch. F
692 Jovana Spanish Feminine of Jovian derived from Jove who was the Roman mythological Jupiter and father of the sky. F
693 Jovanna Spanish Feminine of Jovian derived from Jove who was the Roman mythological Jupiter and father of the sky. F
694 Jovena Spanish Feminine of Jovian derived from Jove who was the Roman mythological Jupiter and father of the sky. F
695 Jovina Spanish Feminine of Jovian derived from Jove who was the Roman mythological Jupiter and father of the sky. F
696 Jovita Spanish Feminine of Jovian derived from Jove who was the Roman mythological Jupiter and father of the sky. F
697 Joxepa Hebrew God will add. F
698 Joy English Joy. Rejoicing. F
699 Joy French Jewel; Rejoicing. F
700 Joy Latin Happy. F