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Jacqueline
Language of origin: Hebrew
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: Yahweh may protect; holder of the heel; supplanter
Info about origin:See male form Jacob
Variants: Jacqueline  French   (#75 in US popularity)
 Jackie  English   (#770 in US popularity)
 Jacklyn  English   (#602 in US popularity)
 Jacky  English
 Jaclyn  English   (#221 in US popularity)
 Jacquelyn  English   (#271 in US popularity)
 Jaime  English   (#460 in US popularity)
 Jaimie  English   (#717 in US popularity)
 Jami  English   (#712 in US popularity)
 Jamie  English   (#77 in US popularity)
 Jaqueline  French   (#730 in US popularity)
 Jayme  English   (#722 in US popularity)
 1 variant more...

Jade
Language of origin: Spanish
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: jade
Info about origin: use of the name of the precious stone as given name
 the name of the stone derives from Spanish 'piedra de ijada' (stone of the bowels), so called because it was thought to heal digestion problems
Words:  (English) ; ijada=the bowels (Spanish)
Variants: Jade  English   (#162 in US popularity)
 Jada  English   (#293 in US popularity)
 Jaden  English
 Jadyn  English
 Jayda  English
 Jayden  English
 1 variant more...

Jalisa
Language of origin: Unknown
Gender: female
Variants: Jalisa  English   (#641 in US popularity)

Jamila
Language of origin: Arabic
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: the beautiful, the handsome
Info about origin:See male form Jamil
Variants: Jamila  Arabic, Swahili   (#976 in US popularity)
 3 variants more...

Jasmine
Language of origin: Old Persian
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: jasmine
Info about origin: use of the name of the jasmine plant/flower as given name
 the origin of the plant name is Persia
 used as given name only since the end of the 19th century
Words: jasamin=the jasmine (Old Persian)
Variants: Jasmine  English, French   (#25 in US popularity)
 Jasmin  German   (#200 in US popularity)
 Jasmina  German, Slavic
 Jazmin  English   (#214 in US popularity)
 Jazmine  English   (#235 in US popularity)
 Jazmyn  English   (#850 in US popularity)
 Jessamyn  English
 Yasmeen  English   (#854 in US popularity)
 Yasmin  English   (#509 in US popularity)
 Yasmine  English, French   (#513 in US popularity)
 Yazmin  English   (#931 in US popularity)
 Jasminka  Slavic
 6 variants more...

Jayla
Language of origin: English
Gender: female
Info about origin: modern creation as a combination of 'Jay' with the popular name suffix 'la'
Variants: Jayla  English   (#931 in US popularity)

Jelyssa
Language of origin: English
Gender: female
Info about origin: combination of 'Jenna' and 'Alyssa'
Variants: Jelyssa  English

Jennifer
Language of origin: Welsh
Gender: female
Info about origin: in Arthurian legend Guinevere is the beautiful wife of King Arthur
Words: gwen=white, fair, shining, holy (Welsh) ; hwyfar=smooth (Welsh)
Variants: Jennifer  German, English   (#14 in US popularity)
 Jenifer  German, English   (#730 in US popularity)
 Jenny  German, English   (#266 in US popularity)
 Ginevra  Italian
 Jena  English   (#615 in US popularity)
 Jennie  English   (#680 in US popularity)
 Jennina  English
 5 variants more...

Jerrica
Language of origin: Unknown
Gender: female
Info about origin: maybe an invented female form of 'Jerry'
Variants: Jerrica  English   (#862 in US popularity)

Jessenia
Language of origin: Arabic
Gender: female
Info about origin: meaning not known for sure, possibly 'flower' in Arabic
Variants: Jessenia  English   (#918 in US popularity)
 Yesenia  English   (#184 in US popularity)
 Yessenia  English   (#787 in US popularity)

Jessica
Language of origin: Hebrew
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: He (God) beholds
Info about origin: first used by Shakespeare in his play 'The Merchant of Venice'
 he probably based the name on the biblical name Iscah
Variants: Jessica  German, English   (#2 in US popularity)
 Jessie  German, English   (#267 in US popularity)
 Jessika  German, English   (#694 in US popularity)
 Jessy  German, English
 Jesse  English   (#694 in US popularity)
 Jessi  English   (#983 in US popularity)
 3 variants more...

Jocelyn
Language of origin: Old French
Gender: female
Info about origin: originally 'Gautzelin', a name derived from the name of the Germanic tribe of the Gauts, by double diminuation
 brought from France to England by the Normans as 'Joscelin'
 originally predominantly male, today mainly used as a female name
Words: gaut=the gaut (Old French)
Variants: Jocelyn  German, English   (#147 in US popularity)
 Joseline  German, English
 Joselyn  English   (#756 in US popularity)
 5 variants more...

Joelle
Language of origin: Hebrew
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: Yahweh is God
Info about origin:See male form Joel
Variants: Joelle  German   (#896 in US popularity)
 Joëlle  French

Johanna
Language of origin: Hebrew
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: Yahweh is gracious
Info about origin:See male form John
Variants: Johanna  German, Scandinavian, Dutch   (#436 in US popularity)
 Hanna  German, Hungarian   (#231 in US popularity)
 Hansine  German, Scandinavian
 Jana  German, Czech   (#694 in US popularity)
 Janette  German, English   (#753 in US popularity)
 Janina  German, Polish
 Janine  German, French   (#877 in US popularity)
 Janna  German
 Jantje  German, Low German, Frisian
 Jenna  German, English   (#76 in US popularity)
 Jenny  English, German, Scandinavian
 Gianna  Italian   (#494 in US popularity)
 Gioana  Italian
 Giovanna  Italian   (#799 in US popularity)
 Janae  English   (#515 in US popularity)
 Janay  English   (#877 in US popularity)
 Jane  English   (#365 in US popularity)
 Janelle  English   (#323 in US popularity)
 Janessa  English   (#712 in US popularity)
 Janet  English   (#282 in US popularity)
 Janice  English   (#517 in US popularity)
 Janie  English   (#854 in US popularity)
 Jayne  English
 Jean  English   (#931 in US popularity)
 Jeanette  French   (#401 in US popularity)
 Jeanne  French
 Jeannine  French
 Joan  English   (#862 in US popularity)
 Joana  English, Polish   (#994 in US popularity)
 Joann  English   (#838 in US popularity)
 Joanna  English, Polish   (#174 in US popularity)
 Joanne  English   (#705 in US popularity)
 Jona  Scandinavian
 Jonna  Scandinavian
 Juana  Spanish   (#838 in US popularity)
 Juanita  Spanish   (#658 in US popularity)
 Shauna  English   (#595 in US popularity)
 Shawna  English   (#365 in US popularity)
 Sheena  English   (#738 in US popularity)
 Ioanna  Greek
 Ivana  Russian
 Iwana  Russian
 Janka  Hungarian
 39 variants more...

Jolene
Language of origin: English
Gender: female
Info about origin: modern creation out of the name parts 'Jo' and 'lene'
Variants: Jolene  English   (#860 in US popularity)

Jordan
Language of origin: Hebrew
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: the descending
Info about origin: the Jordan is the river in Israel where Jesus was baptized
 the name came to Europe in the times of the crusades
 the name of the river itself ('Yarden' in Hebrew) means 'the descending'
Words: yarad=to descend, to sink (Hebrew)
Male form: Jordan
Variants: Jordan  German, English   (#52 in US popularity)
 Jordyn  English   (#276 in US popularity)
 3 variants more...

Josepha
Language of origin: Hebrew
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: He (God) will add
Info about origin:See male form Joseph
Variants: Josepha  German
 Josefine  German
 Beppina  Italian
 Giuseppa  Italian
 Giuseppina  Italian
 Josefa  Spanish, Portuguese, Scandinavian
 Josefina  Spanish
 Josephine  English   (#425 in US popularity)
 Josiane  French
 Josie  English   (#465 in US popularity)
 Josée  French
 Joséphine  French
 Pepita  Spanish
 16 variants more...

Joy
Language of origin: English
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: joy
Info about origin: use of the common English word as given name
 became popular in England in the 17th century
Words:  (English)
Variants: Joy  German, English   (#403 in US popularity)

Joyce
Language of origin: Breton
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: lord
Info about origin: from the Old-French name 'Josce' that was brought by the Normans to England as 'Josse'
 'Josce' derives from 'Jodocus', and that name in turn is derived from a Breton name 'Iodoc' meaning 'lord'
 today predominantly female, but in the Middle Ages used as a male name
Words: iodoc=the lord (Celtic)
Variants: Joyce  English   (#608 in US popularity)
 4 variants more...

Judith
Language of origin: Hebrew
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: woman from Jehud
Info about origin: the meaning 'woman from Jehud' refers to Jehud, a city in Israel (today Yehud)
 in the Bible Judith is one of the wifes of Esau
 there is also a apocryphal 'Book of Judith'
Variants: Judith  German, English, French   (#480 in US popularity)
 Jodi  English   (#602 in US popularity)
 Jodie  English   (#983 in US popularity)
 Judy  English   (#779 in US popularity)
 12 variants more...

Julia
Language of origin: Latin
Gender: female
Info about origin:See male form Julius
Variants: Julia  German, English, Spanish, Portuguese   (#59 in US popularity)
 Julica  German
 Julika  Hungarian, German
 Giulia  Italian
 Giulietta  Italian
 Julie  French   (#125 in US popularity)
 Juliet  English   (#799 in US popularity)
 Juliette  French, English
 6 variants more...

Juliana
Language of origin: Latin
Gender: female
Info about origin:See male form Julian
Variants: Juliana  German, English, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese   (#411 in US popularity)
 Juliane  German, French
 Liana  German, English, French   (#862 in US popularity)
 Gill  English
 Gillian  English   (#748 in US popularity)
 Giuliana  Italian
 Jill  English   (#526 in US popularity)
 Jillian  English   (#157 in US popularity)
 Julianna  English   (#440 in US popularity)
 Julianne  English   (#494 in US popularity)
 Julienne  French
 Leanna  English   (#506 in US popularity)
 5 variants more...

Julissa
Language of origin: English
Gender: female
Info about origin: probably a combination of 'Julie' and 'Lisa'
Variants: Julissa  English   (#518 in US popularity)

Justice
Language of origin: Old English
Gender: female
Info about origin: from a family name that derives from the job title 'justice' for a judge
 can also be seen as the use of the common English word 'justice' as given name
 the word 'justice' came to English from French and derives from a Latin word
Words:  (English) ; justise=the justice (Old French) ; justitia=the justice (Latin)
Variants: Justice  English   (#590 in US popularity)

Justine
Language of origin: Latin
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: the just
Info about origin:See male form Justus
Variants: Justine  German, French, English   (#238 in US popularity)
 Justina  German, English   (#633 in US popularity)
 Giustina  Italian
 Justa  Spanish
 2 variants more...