Worldwide, Johana (Johana , Ιωάννα , Йоханна ) is a widespread female first name. The first name Johana is habitual in Latin America and the Caribbean, particularly Nicaragua, where it is a common feminine name, Colombia, where it is quite a common girly name, and Panama (explore the name in all countries). Not in comparison with a country's population, it most frequently occurs in Colombia, Indonesia, and Mexico. Much less frequently, Johana is the last name as well as the forename.
Johana is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Johana||Nicaragua, Mexico, Venezuela, Indonesia, Colombia|
|Йоханна||Ukraine, Estonia, Russia|
Hannelis, Hannelore, Hannie, Ioanna, Iohanna, Jeanne, Joan, Joana, Joanna, Joanne, Johanna, Johanà, Johaná, Johána, Joháná, Johânâ, Jóhana, Jóhanna, Jóháná, Jôhana, Jôhânâ, Siobhán, Siwan, Джоан, Джоанн, Джоанна, Жанна, Жоана, Жуана, Иоганна, Йоана, Йоанна, Йогана, Сиван, Ханнелоре, Ханни, Шиван, Юханна, Яана, Іванна, ג'ואן, ג'ואנה, הנלורה, שבאן, שבון, שיבון, جوان, جوانا, ジョアン, ジョアンナ,
Johana is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Joanna, wife of Chuza , the Saint of Holy land; Johanna Mason , the fictional character, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire; Johanna , the fictional character appearing in the story of Sweeney Todd; Johanna Stern , character in Tatort with Odenthal and Stern and Johanna Marci , character in Plus belle la vie.
|johana i. (b. 1316)|
|johana z rožmitálu Czech queen, CZ (b. 1430)|
|johana of pernštejna (b. 1556)|
|johana peřková CZ (b. 1703)|
|johana z clam-gallasu 20 Nov 1778 Praha, Bohemia - 16 Oct 1810 Rokycany, CZ (b. 1778)|
|johana z auerspergu (1860-1922), CZ (b. 1860)|
|johana z nostic-rienecku (1819-1870), CZ (b. 1819)|
|johana wohlmuth SI (b. 1826)|
|johana purkyňová PL (b. 1830)|
|johana herzová holocaust victim, b. 1856-01-10, CZ (b. 1856)|
|johana steinerová holocaust victim, b. 1857-07-14, CZ (b. 1857)|
|johana kohnová holocaust victim, b. 1857-09-30, CZ (b. 1857)|
|johana lüftschützová holocaust victim, b. 1867-10-28, CZ (b. 1867)|
|johana z colloredo-mannsfeldu (1867-1938), CZ (b. 1867)|
|johana ferdová holocaust victim, b. 1874-06-15, CZ (b. 1874)|