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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Ja'far Saadiq Muslim Early Imam (Leader) of Islam.. M
2 Jaabir Muslim Variant of Jabir: Consoler. Comforter.. M

3 Jaafar Muslim Variant of Jafar: Rivulet.. M
4 Jaakan Biblical Tribulation, labor. M
5 Jaakobah Biblical Supplanter; deceiver; the heel M
6 Jaala Biblical Ascending, a little doe or goat. M
7 Jaalam Biblical Hidden; young man; heir M
8 Jaalib Muslim Variant of Jalib: Motive. Cause.. M
9 Jaanai Biblical Answering, afflicting, making poor. M
10 Jaap Hebrew Supplanter. M
11 Jaareh Muslim Variant of Jareh: Wounding. Cutter.. M
12 Jaasau Biblical Doing; my doing. M
13 Jaasiel Biblical God's work. M

14 Jaaved Muslim Variant of Javid: Alive. Living.. M
15 Jaazah Biblical Helper. M
16 Jaazaniah Biblical Whom the Lord will hear. M
17 Jaazar Biblical Helper. M
18 Jaaziah Biblical The strength of the Lord M
19 Jaaziel Biblical The strength of the Lord M
20 Jabal Biblical Which glides away. M
21 Jabari Egyptian Brave. M
22 Jabarl African Valiant. (Swahili). M
23 Jabbar Arabic Mighty. M
24 Jabbok Biblical Evacuation, dissipation, wrestling. M
25 Jabesh Biblical Dryness, confusion, shame. M
26 Jabez Biblical Sorrow, trouble. M
27 Jabez Hebrew Pain. In the Old Testament, Jabez was so named because he was borne by his mother in pain. M
28 Jabin Biblical He that understands; building M
29 Jabin Hebrew God has built. A Biblical name. M
30 Jabir Arabic Comforts. M
31 Jabir Muslim Consoler. Comforter.. M
32 Jabneel Biblical Building of God. M
33 Jabneh Biblical He that understands; building M
34 Jabraan Muslim Variant of Jabran: Penalty. Reward.. M
35 Jabran Muslim Penalty. Reward.. M
36 Jacan Hebrew Trouble. A Biblical name. Jachin. M
37 Jace Greek Variant of Jason: a healing. M
38 Jacek Polish Alas. M
39 Jachan Biblical Wearing out, oppressing. M
40 Jachin Biblical He that strengthens and makes steadfast M
41 Jacinto Greek Hyacinth. M
42 Jacinto Spanish Hyacinth. M
43 Jack English Diminutive of John: God is gracious. During the Middle Ages, Jack was so common that it was used as a general term for 'man' or 'boy'. Famous Bearer: American actor Jack Lemmon. M
44 Jack Hebrew Supplanter. M
45 Jack Polish God is gracious. M
46 Jack Shakespearean 'Henry VI, Part 2' Jack Cade, a rebel. M
47 Jackie English Diminutive of Jack, derived from John: God is gracious. During the Middle Ages, Jack was so common that it was used as a general term for 'man' or 'boy'. Famous Bearer: American actor Jack Lemmon. Used more for girls than boys. M
48 Jackie Scottish God has been gracious; has shown favor. Based on John or Jacques. M
49 Jackson English Son of Jack. M
50 Jackson Scottish God has been gracious; has shown favor. Based on John or Jacques. M
51 Jacky Scottish God has been gracious; has shown favor. Based on John or Jacques. M
52 Jacob Biblical That supplants, undermines, the heel M
53 Jacob Hebrew He grasps the heel. Supplanter. M
54 Jacobe Hebrew Supplanter. M
55 Jacobo Spanish Supplanter. M
56 Jacobus Latin Supplanter. M
57 Jacot Hebrew Supplanter. M
58 Jacqueleen French Feminine of Jacques derived from James and Jacob. M
59 Jacquelin French French form of Jacob. M
60 Jacques French Supplanter. He grasps the heel. French form of Jacob. M
61 Jacques Hebrew Variant of Jacob: He grasps the heel. Supplanter. M
62 Jacy English Based on the initials J.C. or an abbreviation of Jacinda. M
63 Jacy NativeAmerican Moon. M
64 Jada Biblical Knowing. M
65 Jadau Biblical His hand; his confession M
66 Jaddua Biblical Known. M
67 Jaden Hebrew Jehovah has heard. A Biblical name. M
68 Jader Hebrew Jehovah has heard. A Biblical name. M
69 Jadon Hebrew Jehovah has heard. A Biblical name. M
70 Jadrien English Blend of Jay or Jade and Adrien. M
71 Jae English Variant of names like Jason and Jacob. M
72 Jaecar German Hunter. M
73 Jaedon Hebrew Jehovah has heard. A Biblical name. M
74 Jael Biblical He that ascends; a kid M
75 Jael Hebrew Mountain goat. M
76 Jafar Indian Little stream. M
77 Jafar Muslim Rivulet.. M
78 Jafari Egyptian Creek. M
79 Jaffar. Ja'far Muslim Variant of Jafar: Rivulet.. M
80 Jager English Carter. M
81 Jagger English Carter. M
82 Jago English Cornish variant of Jacob: He grasps the heel. Supplanter. M
83 Jago Hebrew Variant of Jacob: He grasps the heel. Supplanter. M
84 Jago Spanish Supplanter. M
85 Jagur Aramaic Biblical place-name meaning 'heap of stones; marker.'. M
86 Jagur Biblical Husbandman; stranger M
87 Jah Biblical The everlasting. M
88 Jahaleel Biblical Praising God, light of God. M
89 Jahath Biblical Broken in pieces, descending. M
90 Jahaz Biblical Quarrel, dispute. M
91 Jahazah Biblical Quarrel, dispute. M
92 Jahaziah Biblical The vision of the Lord. M
93 Jahaziel Biblical Seeing God. M
94 Jahdiel Biblical The unity, or sharpness, or revenge, of God. M
95 Jahdo Biblical I alone; his joy; his sharpness of wit; his newness M
96 Jahi Egyptian Dignified. M
97 Jahleel Biblical Waiting for, or beseeching, or hope in God. M
98 Jahmai Biblical Warm, making warm. M
99 Jahmal Arabic Handsome. M
100 Jahnu Indian Name of a sage. M
101 Jahzeel Biblical God hasteth, or divideth. M
102 Jai English Variant of names like Jason and Jacob. M
103 Jai Sanskrit Victorious. M
104 Jaide Arabic Goodness. M
105 Jaime Scottish Variant of Jacob Supplanter. M
106 Jaime Spanish Supplanter. M
107 Jair Biblical My light, who diffuses light. M
108 Jaira Hebrew Feminine of Jairus. M
109 Jairo Spanish Variant of the Hebrew Jairus 'Jehovah enlightens.'. M
110 Jairus Biblical My light, who diffuses light. M
111 Jairus Hebrew Jehovah enlightens. M
112 Jaison Greek Variant of Jason: a healing. M
113 Jakan Biblical He that troubleth M
114 Jake English Abbreviation of Jacob. M
115 Jake Hebrew Diminutive of Jacob: He grasps the heel. Supplanter. M
116 Jakeem Arabic Raised up. M
117 Jakeem Hebrew Raised up. M
118 Jakim Biblical Rising, confirming, establishing. M
119 Jakob Danish Danish form of Jacob. M
120 Jakob German German form of Jacob. M
121 Jakob Scandinavian Supplanter. M
122 Jakob Swedish Supplanter. M
123 Jakome Basque Basque form of James. M
124 Jakome Hebrew Supplanter. M
125 Jalaal Muslim Variant of Jalal: Grandeur. Glory. Glory of the Faith.. M
126 Jalal Muslim Variant of Jelal: Loftiness. Sublimity. Glory. Also grandeur, glory, Glory of the Faith.. M
127 Jalaluddin Muslim Variant of Jelaluddin: Glory of the Faith.. M
128 Jalees Muslim Variant of Jalis: Table companion. Associate.. M
129 Jalib Muslim Motive. Cause.. M
130 Jalis Muslim Table companion. Associate.. M
131 Jalon Biblical Tarrying, murmuring. M
132 Jamaal Arabic Handsome. M
133 Jamaal Muslim Variant of Jamal: Beauty. Grace.. M
134 Jamaaluddin Muslim Variant of Jamaludin: Beauty of the Faith.. M
135 Jamaaludeen Muslim Variant of Jamaludin: Beauty of the Faith.. M
136 Jamael Arabic Handsome. M
137 Jamahl Arabic Handsome. M
138 Jamal Arabic Handsome. M
139 Jamal Muslim Beauty. Grace.. M
140 Jamall Arabic Handsome. M
141 Jamaludin Muslim Beauty of the Faith.. M
142 Jambha Indian Jaws. M
143 Jambhala Indian God of wealth. M
144 Jambres Biblical Poverty, bitter, a rebel. M
145 Jameel Arabic Handsome. M
146 Jameel Muslim Variant of Jamil: Beautiful. Graceful.. M
147 Jameelah African Chaste. (Somali) (Swahili). M
148 Jamel Arabic Handsome. M
149 James Biblical That supplants, undermines, the heel M
150 James English Supplant. Replace. Variant of Jacob derived from the latin Jacomus. M
151 James Hebrew Variant of Jacob: He grasps the heel. Supplanter. M
152 James Shakespearean 'King John' James Jurney, servant to Lady Faulconbridge. 'King Richard III' Sir James Tyrrel. 'King Richard III' Sir James Blount. M
153 Jameson English Variant of Jacob 'Supplanter.'. M
154 Jamian Hebrew Right hand of favor. A Biblical name. M
155 Jamie English Diminutive of James: Supplant. Replace. Variant of Jacob derived from the latin Jacomus. M
156 Jamie Hebrew Supplanter. M
157 Jamie Scottish Variant of Jacob 'Supplanter.'. M
158 Jamiel Arabic Handsome. M
159 Jamiel Hebrew Right hand of favor. A Biblical name. M
160 Jamieson Scottish Variant of Jacob 'Supplanter.'. M
161 Jamil Arabic Handsome. M
162 Jamil Muslim Beautiful. Graceful.. M
163 Jamilah African Variant of Jameelah: chaste. (Somali). M
164 Jamile Arabic Handsome. M
165 Jamilia African Variant of Jameelah: chaste. (Swahili). M
166 Jamin Biblical Right hand, south wind. M
167 Jamin Hebrew Right hand of favor. A Biblical name. M
168 Jamison English Variant of Jacob 'Supplanter.'. M
169 Jamlech Biblical Reigning, asking counsel. M
170 Jamon Hebrew Right hand of favor. A Biblical name. M
171 Jamshaid Muslim Variant of Jamshid: Sun's rays. Lights.. M
172 Jamsheed Muslim Variant of Jamshid: Sun's rays. Lights.. M
173 Jamsheed Persian A Persian. M
174 Jamshid Muslim Sun's rays. Lights.. M
175 Jamy Shakespearean 'King Henry V' Officer in the King's army. M
176 Jan Dutch Variant of John 'God has been gracious; has shown favor.'. M
177 Jan English God has been gracious. A variant of John. M
178 Jan Hebrew Gift from God. M
179 Jan Polish God is gracious. M
180 Jan Slavic Variant of John 'God has been gracious; has shown favor.'. M
181 Jan Swedish Swedish form of John 'gift from God'. M
182 Janah Polish Variant of John. In Roman mythology; Jana was the wife of Janus. M
183 Janalyn Czechoslovakian Variant of John. In Roman mythology; Jana was the wife of Janus. M
184 Janaya English Modern name based on Jane or Jean; Based on Janai meaning 'God has answered.'. M
185 Jancsi Hebrew Gift from God. M
186 Janek Czechoslovakian Variant of John God has been gracious; has shown favor. M
187 Janek Polish God is gracious. M
188 Janene English Variant of Jeannine. M
189 Jani Finnish Finnish form of John. M
190 Jani Hebrew Gift from God. M
191 Janie Hebrew Gift from God. M
192 Jankia Hebrew Gift from God. M
193 Janko Hebrew Gift from God. M
194 Janna Biblical Who speaks or answers, afflicted, poor. M
195 Jannes Biblical Who speaks or answers, afflicted, poor. M
196 Jannes Hebrew Gift from God. M
197 Janneth Scottish Variant of Jane; from the French Jeanette. M
198 Janny Czechoslovakian Variant of John. In Roman mythology; Jana was the wife of Janus. M
199 Janoah Biblical Resting, tarrying, deriving. M
200 Janohah Biblical Resting, tarrying, deriving. M