Jonathan (name)

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Jonathan (, Standard Yonatan / Yəhonatan Tiberian Yônāṯān) is a common male given name meaning "YHWH has given" in Hebrew.wikipedia
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Bogdan

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Names with similar meanings include Theodosius in Greek, Khodadad in Persian and Bozhidar or Bogdan in Slavonic.
Names with similar meanings are Greek Theodore, Kurdish Bokan, Persian Khudadad, Arabic Ataullah, Hebrew Nathaniel, Jonathan, Matthew and Zane, Latin Deodatus, Spanish Diosdado and French Dieudonné.

Jonny

In Israel, "Yoni" is a common nickname for Yonatan (Jonathan) in the same way Jonny is in English.
A pet form of Jon, the natural diminutive of given name Jonathan, in some cases it can also be a simplified form of Johnny; in other cases it is a pet form of Jon.

Jonathan

Jonathan (disambiguation)
*Jonathan (name), a masculine given name

Jon

Jon is a shortened form of the common given name of Jonathan, derived from "YHWH has given", and an alternate spelling of John, derived from "YHWH has pardoned".

Nathan (given name)

Nathan
Similar ancient names are Nathaniel, with the same meaning as Elnathan, and Jonathan which signifies "YHWH has given".

Modern Hebrew

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Jonathan (, Standard Yonatan / Yəhonatan Tiberian Yônāṯān) is a common male given name meaning "YHWH has given" in Hebrew.

Tiberian vocalization

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Jonathan (, Standard Yonatan / Yəhonatan Tiberian Yônāṯān) is a common male given name meaning "YHWH has given" in Hebrew.

Tetragrammaton

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Jonathan (, Standard Yonatan / Yəhonatan Tiberian Yônāṯān) is a common male given name meaning "YHWH has given" in Hebrew.

Hebrew Bible

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The earliest known use of the name was in the Bible, one Jonathan was the son of King Saul, a close friend of David.

Jonathan (1 Samuel)

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The earliest known use of the name was in the Bible, one Jonathan was the son of King Saul, a close friend of David.

Saul

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The earliest known use of the name was in the Bible, one Jonathan was the son of King Saul, a close friend of David.

David

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The earliest known use of the name was in the Bible, one Jonathan was the son of King Saul, a close friend of David.

Bible

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Biblical variants include Yehonathan, Y'honathan, Yhonathan, Yonathan, Yonatan, Yonaton, Yonoson, Yeonoson or Yehonasan.

Nickname

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In Israel, "Yoni" is a common nickname for Yonatan (Jonathan) in the same way Jonny is in English.

English language

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In Israel, "Yoni" is a common nickname for Yonatan (Jonathan) in the same way Jonny is in English.

Social Security Administration

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The name was the 31st most popular boys' name in the United States in 2011, according to the SSA.

Theodosius

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Names with similar meanings include Theodosius in Greek, Khodadad in Persian and Bozhidar or Bogdan in Slavonic.

Greek language

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Names with similar meanings include Theodosius in Greek, Khodadad in Persian and Bozhidar or Bogdan in Slavonic.

Persian language

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Names with similar meanings include Theodosius in Greek, Khodadad in Persian and Bozhidar or Bogdan in Slavonic.

Slavic languages

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Names with similar meanings include Theodosius in Greek, Khodadad in Persian and Bozhidar or Bogdan in Slavonic.

Puritans

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In the English-speaking world, the name saw its first popularity with the Puritans during the English Civil War.