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Name Johny - Meaning and origin

Name Johny - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

Anglo-Saxons, Hebrews

Meaning of the name:

Diminutive of John and derived from Johnny, Johny is rooted in "Yehohanan". "Yeho" and "hanan" together means "God forgives". These words refer to God's grace and mercy. The French counterpart of this given name is "Jean".

If John is greatly popular in Britain, Jean is equally popular in France. Being able to integrate sustainably in several English-speaking countries and cultures, "John" is one of the most highly-nominated, but also varied, names. Today, it seems that "John" is gradually giving way to more contemporary versions, such as "Ian", "Sean" or "Jon".

Celebrities:

French-Haitian footballer Johny Placide, Belgian cyclist Johny Schleck, Luxembourg footballer Johny Leonard ...

His character :

Constantly seeking action, Johny is a dynamic and active man. In his hobbies or work, his energy is insatiable and tireless. Johny loves the company of his family and friends and is always the first to set the mood ... His big advantage in life? He always knows how to partition his personal life and work. Little one already!

Derivatives:

Giovanni, Ian, Ioannes, Jan, Jann, Janot, Jehan, Joao, Johan, Johann, Johannes, Johannus, John, Johnny, Juan ...

His party :

December 27th.

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