||From the Hebrew for "the supplanter"
or "held by the heel."
||An English variation of Jacob and
the patron saint of Spain.
||Hebrew for "God is gracious" and a
feminine version of John.
||From the Persian for a form of flowering
olive. The jasmine flower is wonderfully fragrant.
||From the Greek for "healer" and possibly
an early form of Joshua. Jason was a hero of Greek
||Origin unknown; possibly form the
Persian for "treasure." This stone is a type of
striped quartz which, when polished, reveals miniature
||From the Old French for "peaceful."
||From the Old Welsh for "white wave,"
a modern variation of Guinevere.
||Hebrew for "chosen by God." Jeremy
has become a modern adaptation of the biblical
||From the Hebrew for "wealthy one."
||Heberw for "God will help."
||A variation of Joseph.
||Hebrew for "the Lord is God."
||From the Hebrew for "God's grace."
||From the Hebrew for "He shall add."
||From the Latin for "rejoice."
||From the Latin for "youthful" and
a feminine version of Julius.
||Latin for "of Julius." Saint Julian
is the patron saint of innkeepers.
||From the Latin for "young."
||From the Old French for "justice."