J names

J ι י ज


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JacquelynJackJacksonJadeJahazielJamesJanetJannika – Jar(r)edJaysonJeleneJemma – JenniferJerónimoJessicaJesusJimena

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JoanaJoanneJoaquínJody – Jo(h)nJonathanJordanJorgeJoséJosephJoshuaJosiahJulianJulia(na)JulietJunior – Jyoti


  • From: Variant of Jacqueline which is the French feminine form of Jacques which is derived from Jacob (James)
  • Meaning: See James entry here
  • Quenya: Encaitarincë ({en}+caita+[r]+ = {preffix re-}+to lie down+[short agent suffix]+)


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  • From: Derived from Jackin (earlier Jankin), a medieval diminutive of John.
  • Meaning: See John entry here
  • Quenya: Eruntinco (Eru+anta+{incë}+[o] = God+to give+{diminutive suffix}+[masculine names suffix])


  • From: English surname meaning son of Jack .
  • Meaning: See Jack entry here
  • Quenya: Eruntincion (Eru+anta+{incë}+[-ion] = God+to give+{diminutive suffix}+[patronymic names suffix “son of”])

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  • From: Name of the precious stone that is often used in carvings which is derived from Spanish piedra de (la) ijada.
  • Meaning: Stone of colic, pain in the side. (Jade was thought to cure renal colic)
  • Quenya: Arassar ({ara-}+[-ssar] = {prefix meaning beside}+[suffix meaning stone, small stone])


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  • From: Hebrew name יַחֲזִיאֵל֙ (Ja•ha•zi′el)
  • Meaning: May God Behold, God has beheld.
  • Quenya: Erucéno (Eru+ecénië+[o] = God+particle of vb. to see+[masculine names suffix])



  • From: Latin IACOMVS which was derived from Greek Ιακωβος (Iakobos) which came originally from Hebrew יַעֲקֹב (Ya’aqov). Tons of names descend from this root like Jacques, Jago, Diego, Tiago, Jakobus, Jacob, Hamish, Iacomus, Giacomo and so on
  • Meaning: Supplanter or holder of the heel
  • Quenya: Encaitar ({en}+caita+[r] = {preffix re-}+to lie down+[short agent suffix])


  • From: Medieval diminutive of Jane which is medieval English form of Jehanne, an Old French feminine form derived from Iohannes.
  • Meaning: See Joana entry here
  • Quenya: Eruntanë (Eru+anta+[në] = God+to give+[feminine names suffix])

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  • From: Scandinavian feminine diminutive of Jan which is a form of Johannes coming from Latin IOHANNES.
  • Meaning: See Joana entry here.
  • Quenya: Eruntanincë (Eru+anta+[incë] = God+give+[diminutive suffix])


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  • From: Hebrew name יָרֶד (Yared) or יֶרֶד (Yered)
  • Meaning: Descent. Other variants derived from the same source are: Jerrad, Jerred, Jarod, Jarrod, Jerrod, Jareth and so on
  • Quenya: Indion (indë+{ion} = offspring+{patronymic suffix son of, descendant of})


  • From: From the Greek name Ιασων (Iason), which was derived from Greek ιασθαι (iasthai). Variants include: Jason, Iason, etc.
  • Meaning: The word ιασθαι (iasthai) means ‘to heal’.
  • Quenya: Envinyanto (envinyata+[o] = vb. to heal+[masculine names suffix])



  • From: Croatian, Serbian and Slovene form of Helen. Also, it’s associated with the South Slavic words jelen & jela
  • Meaning: Jelen means “deer” & jela means “fir tree”. See Helen(a) entry here.
  • Quenya: Hravanë (hravan+[ë] = wild beast*+[feminine names suffix]) OR Oiolairë (oiolairë = “ever-summer” an evergreen tree, the same kind of a fir tree). *OBS.: Lack of attested Quenya vocabulary made very hard those compositions. Deer, etymologically meant in Old English simply wild animal, that’s why “hravan” is used here.


  • From: Variant of Gemma which was a medieval Italian nickname
  • Meaning: Gem, precious stone
  • Quenya: Mírië (mírë+[ië] = n. jewel, precious stone+[feminine names suffix])


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  • From: Cornish form of the Welsh name Gwenhwyfar composed of the elements gwen and hwyfar
  • Meaning: Gwen means fair, white & hwyfar means smooth
  • Quenya: Lossipassë (lossë+passa+[ë] = white, snow-white+smooth+[feminine names suffix])


  • From: Spanish and Portuguese form of Jerome which comes from the Greek name ‘Ιερωνυμος (Hieronymos). Variant forms include: Jerry, Jere, Jeroen, etc.
  • Meaning: Sacred name
  • Quenya: Airessëon (airë+essë+[on] = holy+name+[masculine names suffix])


  • From: Hebrew name יִסְכָּה (Yiskah)
  • Meaning: To behold, beholder
  • Quenya: Cenirë (cenë+[rë] = to see, to behold+[feminine agent suffix])


  • From: English form of Ιησους (Iesous), which was the Greek form of the Aramaic name יֵשׁוּעַ (Yeshu’a). Yeshu’a is itself a contracted form of Hebrew name יְהוֹשֻׁעַ (Yehoshu’a)
  • Meaning: See Joshua entry here
  • Quenya: Erurehton (Eru+rehtië+[on] = God+rescue, salvation+[masculine names suffix]) OR Yesus (the widely spread orthographic equivalent in Quenya).


  • From: Variant of Ximena which is the feminine form of Ximeno which is a medieval Spanish or Basque name possibly derived from Simon or even related to the Basque word seme.
  • Meaning: See Simon entry here.
  • Quenya: Ahláriellë (ahlárië+[llë] = verb to hear conjugated in the perfect tense+[feminine names suffix])


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