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Forename یوحنا

In all the world, یوحنا (يوحنا Iraq Sudan Egypt Iran Syria, יוחנן Israel, یوحنا) is quite a rare masculine first name. The forename یوحنا is habitual in Sudan, where it is quite a rare masculine name, Egypt, where it is quite a rare predominantly boy's, but scarcely feminine name, and Kuwait, where it is a rare boy's name. In absolute terms, the name is most common in Sudan, Egypt, and Iraq. Much less frequently, یوحنا is the last name as well as the forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name یوحنا

name Evan, name Jean, name Ivashka, name Iwo, name Jehan, name Hannes, name Jack, name Ivano, name Giuàn, name Honza, name Iván, name Jenő, name Ivans, name Jehannes, name Jenö, name Ieuan, name يوحنا, name Džons, name Ioannes, name Ivan, name Ioann, name Giovanni, name Jno, name Gian, name Ianka, name Janka, name Ioannis, name Hans, name Iwan, name Janos, name Jaan, name Ionut, name יוחנן, name Honsa, name Giannis, name Ioan, name Ionuț, name Gioan, name Jacky, name Erwann, name Jackie, name Jhoao, name Gianni, name Huans, name Hanns, name Ivo, name Jno., name Ifan, name Giovan, name Jan, name Ion, name Ian
يوحنا Iran, Iraq, Egypt, Sudan, Syria
יוחנן Israel

First name یوحنا in the context

یوحنا is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: John the Baptist , the 1st-century Jewish itinerant preacher, Bible; John the Evangelist , the author of the Gospel of John; traditionally identified with John the Apostle of Jesus, John of Patmos (author of Revelation), and John the Presbyter; Tarzan , the fictional character from Edgar Rice Burroughs's Tarzan of the Apes, Tarzan and the Lion Man; Dr. John Watson , the fictional character of Sherlock Holmes and Dick Grayson , the one of several fictional characters using the identity Robin, Batman & Robin, and in many other works.