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1 Jaakkina Finnish Feminine form of Jukka. F
2 Jaala Biblical Ascending, a little doe or goat. F
3 Jaanai Biblical Answering, afflicting, making poor. F
4 Jaantje Hebrew Gift from God. F
5 Jaasau Biblical Doing; my doing. F
6 Jaazah Biblical Helper. F
7 Jaazar Biblical Helper. F
8 Jabbok Biblical Evacuation, dissipation, wrestling. F
9 Jabesh Biblical Dryness, confusion, shame. F

10 Jabez Biblical Sorrow, trouble. F
11 Jabmen Muslim Forehead.. F
12 Jabneel Biblical Building of God. F
13 Jacalyn French Feminine of Jacques derived from James and Jacob. Supplanter. She grasps the heel. F
14 Jacee English Based on the initials J. C. or an abbreviation of Jacinda. F
15 Jacelyn English Based on the initials J. C. or an abbreviation of Jacinda. F
16 Jacenia Greek Hyacinth. F
17 Jacey English Based on the initials J. C. or an abbreviation of Jacinda. F
18 Jachan Biblical Wearing out, oppressing. F
19 Jaci English Based on the initials J. C. or an abbreviation of Jacinda. F
20 Jacinda Greek Hyacinth. F
21 Jacinta Greek Beautiful. Variant of Jacinth: Jacinth is derived from the name of a precious stone. This name is also related to the Greek flower name for hyacinth. F
22 Jacinta Spanish Hyacinth or purple. F
23 Jacinth Greek Jacinth is derived from the name of a precious stone. This name is also related to the Greek flower name for hyacinth. F
24 Jacintha Greek Beautiful. F
25 Jacinthe French Hyacinth. F
26 Jacinthe Greek Beautiful. F
27 Jacki English Abbreviation of Jacqueline which is the feminine of Jacques. F
28 Jackie French Diminutive of Jacqueline: Supplanter. Feminine form of Jacques (Jacob). Introduced into Britain in the 13th century. F
29 Jackleen English Abbreviation of Jaqueline which is the feminine of Jacques. F
30 Jacklynn English Abbreviation of Jaqueline which is the feminine of Jacques. F
31 Jacky French Diminutive of Jacqueline: Supplanter. Feminine form of Jacques (Jacob). Introduced into Britain in the 13th century. F
32 Jaclyn English Abbreviation of Jaqueline which is the feminine of Jacques. F
33 Jacoba Hebrew Feminine form of Jacob: He grasps the heel. Supplanter. F
34 Jacoba Latin Supplanter. F
35 Jacoba Scottish Variant of Jacobina: Supplanter. Feminine version of the name Jacob, used occasionally in Scotland. F
36 Jacobina Hebrew Feminine form of Jacob: He grasps the heel. Supplanter. F
37 Jacobina Scottish Supplanter. Feminine version of the name Jacob, used occasionally in Scotland. F
38 Jacqualine French Feminine of Jacques derived from James and Jacob. F
39 Jacque English Abbreviation of Jacqueline which is the feminine of Jacques. F
40 Jacqueleen French Feminine of Jacques derived from James and Jacob. F
41 Jacqueline French Feminine form of Jacques: Supplanter. He grasps the heel. French form of Jacob.Supplanter. Introduced into Britain in the 13th century. F
42 Jacquelyn French Feminine form of Jacques (French form of Jacob): Supplanter. He grasps the heel. F
43 Jacquelyne French Feminine of Jacques derived from James and Jacob. F
44 Jacquelynne French Feminine of Jacques derived from James and Jacob. F
45 Jacquenetta French Little Jacques. F
46 Jacquenette French Little Jacques. F
47 Jacquetta. Jacquet French Feminine form of Jacques (French form of Jacob): Supplanter. He grasps the heel. F
48 Jacqui English Abbreviation of Jacqueline which is the feminine of Jacques. F
49 Jacqui French Diminutive of Jacqueline: Supplanter. Feminine form of Jacques (Jacob). Introduced into Britain in the 13th century. F
50 Jacy English Based on the initials J. C. or an abbreviation of Jacinda. F
51 Jada Arabic Goodness. F
52 Jada Biblical Knowing. F
53 Jada Teutonic Refuge in war. F
54 Jaddua Biblical Known. F
55 Jade English The name of a semi-precious stone. F
56 Jade Spanish Jewel. F
57 Jadee Arabic Goodness. F
58 Jadira English The gemstone jade; the color green. F
59 Jadriga Teutonic Refuge in war. F
60 Jadryga Teutonic Refuge in war. F
61 Jadwiga Polish Refuge in war. F
62 Jady English The gemstone jade; the color green. F
63 Jae English Feminine variant of Jay. F
64 Jaeda Arabic Goodness. F
65 Jael Hebrew Wild goat. In the Old Testament, Jael committed murder by driving a tent peg through a male guest's head. F
66 Jaeleah English Feminine variant of Jay. F
67 Jaena English Feminine variant of Jay. F
68 Jaenette English Feminine variant of Jay. F
69 Jaffa Hebrew Beauty. F
70 Jafit Hebrew Beauty. F
71 Jafita Hebrew Beauty. F
72 Jaganmata Indian Mother of the world. F
73 Jah Biblical The everlasting. F
74 Jahaan Muslim Variant of Jehan: The world.. F
75 Jahaleel Biblical Praising God, light of God. F
76 Jahan Muslim Variant of Jehan: The world.. F
77 Jahath Biblical Broken in pieces, descending. F
78 Jahaz Biblical Quarrel, dispute. F
79 Jahazah Biblical Quarrel, dispute. F
80 Jahaziah Biblical The vision of the Lord. F
81 Jahaziel Biblical Seeing God. F
82 Jahdiel Biblical The unity, or sharpness, or revenge, of God. F
83 Jaicee English Based on the initials J. C. or an abbreviation of Jacinda. F
84 Jaida English The gemstone jade; the color green. F
85 Jaide Arabic Goodness. F
86 Jaime Scottish Pet form of James used as a woman's name. F
87 Jaime Spanish Pet form of James used as a woman's name. F
88 Jaimee Scottish Pet form of James used as a woman's name. F
89 Jaimelynn Scottish Pet form of James used as a woman's name. F
90 Jaimi Scottish Pet form of James used as a woman's name. F
91 Jaimie Scottish Pet form of James used as a woman's name. F
92 Jaina English Jehovah has been gracious; has shown favor. Variant of Joan. F
93 Jaina Hebrew Jehovah has been gracious; has shown favor.' Variant of Joan. F
94 Jaine Hebrew Gift from God. F
95 Jaione Spanish Reference to the Nativity. F
96 Jaira Hebrew Feminine of Jairus. F
97 Jakim Biblical Rising, confirming, establishing. F
98 Jakinda Spanish Hyacinth. F
99 Jaklyn English Abbreviation of Jaqueline which is the feminine of Jacques. F
100 Jakoba German Feminine form of Jakoh. F