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Name Juna - Meaning and origin

Name Juna - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

Anglo-Saxon

Meaning of the name:

The female name Juna has Anglo-Saxon origins and is derived from "June" and "Djuna".
Pronounced as "Jhahnah", Juna de "June" is a Latin name meaning "young". In ancient Rome, "Juno" was the protector of women and sacred bonds of marriage. The month of June is still today the wedding month par excellence.

Celebrities:

No known Juna, but Djuna, Djuna Barnes artist, playwright and American novelist, and Djuna Djanana artist-musician, father of the rapper Maître Gims.

Yuna (Jûna) is a saint from Wales around the 6th century. Accompanied by his brother Envel, they settled in Côtes-d'Armor, Loc-Envel, where they erected a hermitage. She is the patron saint of the cloggers.

His character :

Juna is a hardworking, hardworking and persevering person. Affectionate towards her relatives, she finds it difficult to be extroverted with those she does not know.

Derivatives:

Aegyna, Genah, Ginah, Giona, Gionah, Gionna, Gionnah, Jachan, Jachane, Jachanne, Jacksen, Jacksin, Jackson, Jacqueine, Jacquine, Jacson, Jahan, Jahan, Jahanne, and Jahna.

His party :

The Juna celebrate on August 21st.

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