Baby Names starting with J for boys



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Ja-, var. Jaray, Jamon, Jalen, Jamar, Javon, Jayvon, Jaquan, Jaronn, Jamond, Jalenn, .. 7 more. The variant form Jamari has gained in popularity as a baby name over time since 1880-1889. The variations Jayvon, Jaquan and Jalen are common as forms of Ja-.

Jabbar, var. Jabar, means "consoler". Only rarely used as a birth name. See also Jafar.

Jabari, means "valiant". Somewhat rarely used as a name for babies. See also Jafar.

Jabez, var. Jabes, Jabesh, means "borne in pain". Not generally used as a given name.

Jabin, means "God has built". A birth name for boys that is seldom used. See also Jovin.

Jabir, means "consolation". Not consistently used as a given name. See also Jair.

Jacan, means "trouble". A birth name for boys which is only scarcely used. See also Jaxon.

Jace, var. Jacy, Jaice, Jacen, Jacey, Jayce, Jacian. Very popular birth name. The form Jayce is familiar as a version of Jace.

Jachin, means "he establishes". Not widely used as a name for children. See also Joachim.

Jacinto, var. Jacindo. Jacinto is a familiar (Top 98%) male name, and it appears commonly (Top 11%) as a last name according to the US Census.

Jack, var. Jak, Jaq, Jacq, Jacky, Jacko, Jacqin, Jackie, Jackman, means "God is gracious; he who supplants". Usage of Jacky and Jackie as names for babies has faded over time since 1930-1939. The variation Jacky is common as a form of Jack.

Jackson, var. Jax, Jack, Jaxen, Jaxon, Jacky, Jaxson, Jacson, Jakson, Jackie, Jacksen, means "son of Jack". Very popular name for kids (#17 in 2014) that is also found conventionally as a surname. The forms Jaxson, Jax and Jack are prevalent as versions of this name.

Jacob, var. Jay, Jim, Jaap, Jago, Jake, Jaco, Jack, Jakov, Jakub, Jakie, .. 20 more, means "he who supplants". Jacob is conventional (Top 10%) as a men's name, occurring often (Top 2%) as a surname according to the US Census. The forms Jimmie, Jamie, Jakob, Jacky and Jack are common as variations of Jacob.

Jacques, var. Jaq, Jock, Jacot, Jacque, Jaques, means "he who supplants". Jacques has diminished in favor as a birth name over time. See also Jacquet.

Jade, var. Jayde, Jaide. Jade has trended downward in favor as a boys' name over time since 1994. Both a masculine and a feminine name.

Jaden, var. Jade, Jadon, Jader, Jayden, Jaydon, Jaidin, Jaedon, Jaeden, Jaiden. Name applicable for both sexes. Very prominent given name. The variations Jaydon and Jaeden are prevalent as forms of the name.

Jadon, var. Jade, Jader, Jaden, Jayden, Jaydon, Jaidin, Jaedon, Jaeden, Jaiden, means "thankful; God will judge". The variant forms Jayden, Jaiden and Jaden have risen in popularity over time since 1880-1889. The forms Jaydon and Jaeden are common as variations of Jadon.

Jadrian. A given name for boys that is seldom used. A name suitable for both boys and girls.

Jaeger, var. Jagur, Jagger, means "hunter". Jaeger is scarcely used as a male name, occurring commonly (Top 4%) as a last name according to the US Census. The form Jagger is familiar as a version of Jaeger.

Jael, means "mountain goat". A name suitable for both sexes. Fairly scarce as a given name. The form Yael is familiar as a version of Jael.

Jafar, var. Jaffar, means "stream". A birth name for boys that is only intermittently used. See also Jayar.

Jagger. Favored as a baby name (#705 a year ago), and also occurring frequently as a last name. See also Jaeger.

Jago. A birth name for boys that is not broadly used and is used more frequently as a surname. See also Jazz.

Jahan, var. Jehan, means "the world". Only rarely used as a name for boys. See also Juwan.

Jaime, var. Jayme, Jaymie, Jaimie, Jaimey, means "he who supplants". The name Jaime has risen in favor with parents. Also suitable as a girls' name. The form Jayme is familiar as a variation of this name.

Jaimini, means "victory". A birth name for boys which is seldom used. See also Jamin.

Jairo, var. Jair, Jairus. Favored as a birth name for boys. The variation Jair is popular as a form of the name.

Jairus, var. Jair, Jairo, means "God enlightens". Usage of Jairo and Jair as boys' names has faded over the years since 2003. The variation Jairo is commonplace as a variant form of Jairus.

Jarius. Not generally used as a name for boys. See also Jairus.

Jake. The name Jake has gained in popularity as a given name over time. See also Lake.

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