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Forename Juan

In all the world, Juan (Juan Mexico Argentina Spain Colombia Peru, יוחנן Israel, Хуан Russia Kazakhstan Uzbekistan Azerbaijan Ukraine, along with others...) is a prevalent male first name. The given name Juan is characteristic of Latin America and the Caribbean, particularly Argentina, where it is a prevalent male name, Mexico, and Nicaragua (explore the name in all countries). In absolute terms, it is commonest in Latin America and the Caribbean, particularly Mexico, Argentina, and Peru. Also, Juan is the last name as well as the forename.

Jesus fishJuan is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Juan

name Evan, name Jean, name Ivashka, name Iwo, name Jehan, name Hannes, name Jack, name Joao, name Ivano, name Giuàn, name Honza, name Iván, name خوان, name Ibán, name Ivans, name Ieuan, name Joannes, name Džons, name フアン, name Ioannes, name Ivan, name Ioann, name Giovanni, name חואן, name Gian, name Ianka, name Janka, name Ioannis, name Hans, name Iwan, name Joan, name Janos, name Jaan, name Ionut, name Jogvan, name Honsa, name Giannis, name Ioan, name Ionuț, name יוחנן, name Gioan, name Juan, name 胡安, name Erwann, name Хуан, name Iohannes, name Jhoao, name Gianni, name Antjuan, name Huans, name Hanns, name Geovanni, name Ivo, name Ifan, name Giovan, name Jan, name Ion, name Юан, name Ian
Juan Peru, Colombia, Argentina, Spain, Mexico
יוחנן, חואן Israel
Хуан Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Russia, Azerbaijan
خوان Iran, Morocco, Iraq, Sudan, Algeria
胡安 China
Юан Russia, Ukraine, Armenia, Kyrgyzstan
フアン Japan
Iohannes Brazil, United States, Italy

First name Juan in the context

Juan 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; Juan Sánchez Villa-Lobos Ramírez , the fictional character from the American fantasy film Highlander (1986); Juan Pérez de Viedma , the fictional human ; literary character from Don Quijote, Don Quixote and Juan de Mairena , and in many other works.

Notable namesakes

juan de zaragoza bishop of Zaragoza (b. 600) link
picture of juan de atarés juan de atarés juan de atarés anchorite (b. 650) link
juan de toledo (b. 850) link
picture of juan de ortega juan de ortega juan de ortega Spanish saint, ES (b. 1080) link
juan hispalense Spanish translator, ES (b. 1100) link
juan anglicus GB (b. 1150) link
juan bautista talens Spanish chronicler, ES (b. 1200) link
picture of juan de castilla el de tarifa juan de castilla el de tarifa juan de castilla el de tarifa Castilian noble, ES (b. 1262) link
picture of juan manuel juan manuel juan manuel Spanish prince and writer (1282-1348), ES (b. 1282) link
juan gil de zamora author, ES (b. 1241) link
juan de castilla son of Fernando III of Castile and Juana de Ponthieu, ES (b. 1246) link
juan núñez i de lara Spanish noble, ES (b. 1250) link
picture of juan de aragón juan de aragón juan de aragón Roman Catholic archbishop, ES (b. 1301) link
juan iii (b. 1250) link
picture of juan fernandez de heredia juan fernandez de heredia juan fernandez de heredia Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller, ES (b. 1310) link