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-.
Jabari▼, means "valiant". Somewhat rarely used as a name for babies. See also Jafar.
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.
Jachin, means "he establishes". Not widely used as a name for children. See also Joachim.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.