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Name Joia - Meaning and origin

Name Joia - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

Celts, Short, French, Originals, Rare

Meaning of the name:

Derived from the name Joyce, Joia comes from Celtic jousse resulting in "champion".

Celebrities:

Celebrities Joyce, a Joia variant, include Joyce Meyer, American singer-songwriter and singer Joyce Meyer, American mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato, American writer and writer Joyce Carol Oates , the American writer and essayist Joyce Maynard, the American filmmaker and director Joyce Sherman Buñuel of France, or the French poet Joyce Mansour (1928-1986).

Breton nobility and brother of King Judicael, Saint Josse flees the court and joined a group of pilgrims. He founded a monastic community and stayed there until his death. He dedicated his life to meditation and prayer. Saint Josse is the patron saint of pilgrims.

His character :

Joia is always helpful. She shows great generosity and is always available to others. She gives without expecting anything in return. Calm and balanced, Joia is not used to express her emotions. However, it is very direct and frank. She does not hesitate to say what she thinks and can seem casual.

Derivatives:

Joice, Joyce, Joisse, Joya, Joos, Jocea, Jos and Josse.

His party :

People named Joia are celebrated on December 13th.

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