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Names That Start With J J

From Jacee to Justin, here’s the surefire list for you if you’re sure that your future son or daughter will have a name that starts with J.

Jaafan

African: Small river

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Jaap

Dutch: Familiar form

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Jabari

African: Fearless, brave

Egyptian Origin

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Jabarl

African: Comforter (Swahili)

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Jabbar

Arabic: Mighty, colossal, omnipotent, oppressor

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Jabez

Hebrew: Born in pain, implying a survivor

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Jabir

African: Comforter

Arabic: Consoler, one who comforts

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Jabril

Arabic Origin

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Jacalyn

French Origin

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Jaccob

Hebrew Origin

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Jace

American: Familiar form of Jason, Jacy, and similar names

Greek Origin

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Jacee

English Origin

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Jacelyn

English: Modern blend of Jaye or Jacey and Lynn

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Jacenia

Greek: Hyacinth

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Jacey

English: Modern name, possibly based simply on the initials J.C. or a variation of Jacinda

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Jaci

English Origin

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Jacinta

Spanish Origin

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Jacintha

Greek: Beautiful

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Jacinto

Spanish: Flower name, purple; a variant of Hyacinth. The Battle of San Jacinto was the final battle in the war for Texas'' independence...

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Jack

Often used as a nickname for the name John back in the day, Jack has climbed the beanstalk of baby names to become a relatively... Read More

Jackie

Jackie, once a commonly used name for both boys (i.e. baseball legend Jackie Robinson) and girls, has now become unfashionable... Read More

Jackie

This name, often a nickname for the more regal Jacqueline, is inextricably linked with the late former First Lady and style... Read More

Jackson

English: Son of Jack or John; a surname

Scottish: Son of Jack or John

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Jacky

Scottish Origin

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Jaclyn

A version of the very French Jacqueline, Jaclyn came to fame thanks to actress Jaclyn Smith who starred in the 70s show "Charlie's... Read More

Jacob

While Jacob has long been considered a classic boys name, a new generation of youth will always associate the name with a... Read More

Jacoba

Hebrew: Supplanter or seizing by the heel; feminine form of Jacob

Latin: Supplanter

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Jacobe

Hebrew: Supplanter

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Jacobson

English: Jacob''s child

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Jacobus

Latin: Supplanter.

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