Jaime

Jaime is a variant spelling of Jamie, a nickname for James which is the English form of Late Latin Iacomus via Greek Iakobos, which comes from the Hebrew name Ya'aqov (English form Jacob) meaning "holder of the heel" or "supplanter". Jaime is also the Spanish and Portuguese male form of James though it's pronounced hie-mee. Origin: Hebrew Variants: Jamie (Scottish, English) Jaymee (English) Jayme (English) … Continue reading Jaime

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Julian

Julian is the English form of Iulianus (or Julianus), an Ancient Roman family name meaning "belonging to Julius", Julius a name of uncertain meaning though it could possibly be derived from Greek ioulos meaning "downy-bearded", implying someone who was youthful, though it could also be related to Iovis, the older form of Latin Iuppiter (Jupiter), the name of the chief god … Continue reading Julian

June

June is the sixth month of the year according to the Julian calendar. The name derives from the Roman goddess Juno, wife of Jupiter and goddess of marriage and women; Hera is her Greek counterpart. Her name is possibly related to Latin iuvenis meaning "youthful" from Proto-Indo-European *yeu- meaning "vital force", related to her role as a goddess of … Continue reading June

Jyoti

Jyoti (pr. jo-tee; Forvo) is an Indian unisex name meaning "light" from Sanskrit. Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Jyothi (Malayalam, Telugu) Jothi (Tamil) Jothi (Tamil)  

Jun

Jun is a Japanese unisex name with various meanings of: 純 "innocent, pure, genuine", 潤 "moisture", 淳 "pure", 順 "order, obey", 準 "conform, imitate, semi-", 洵 "alike, truth", 隼 "falcon", and likely other meanings depending on the kanji used. It can also be used with other name elements such as Junko, a female name, or … Continue reading Jun

Jade

Jade is the name of a semi-precious stone. The name comes from French l'ejade via Spanish piedra de la ijada which means "stone of the colic" because it was believed that it could cure pains in the side. The name itself comes from Vulgar Latin *iliata from Latin ileus (flank or severe colic). Jade is also a surname originating from the given … Continue reading Jade