Ja-, var. Jaray, Jamon, Jalen, Jamar, Javon, Jayvon, Jaquan, Jaronn, Jamond, Jalenn, .. 7 more. The forms Javonte and Jamari are commonly used as versions of Ja-.
Jabbar, var. Jabar, means "consoler". Jabbar is a scarcely used men's name. See also Jaffar.
Jabari▼, means "valiant". Somewhat sporadically used as a birth name for boys. See also Jabir.
Jabez, var. Jabes, Jabesh, means "borne in pain". Jabez is a unique male name.
Jabin, means "God has built". A scarce given name. See also Jasin.
Jabir, means "consolation". A seldom-used birth name for boys. See also Jabin.
Jacan, means "trouble". A scarce given name. See also Jacson.
Jace▲, var. Jacy, Jaice, Jacen, Jacey, Jayce, Jacian. A very common given name for boys. See also Mace.
Jachin, means "he establishes". Rare as a name for baby boys. See also Jasin.
Jacinto, var. Jacindo. A slightly uncommon baby name that is used more conventionally as a surname.
Jack, var. Jak, Jaq, Jacq, Jacky, Jacko, Jacqin, Jackie, Jackman. Jack is frequently occurring (Top 4%) as a men's name, occurring often (Top 2%) as a surname according to the US Census. The form Jacky is common as a variation of Jack.
Jackson▲, var. Jax, Jack, Jaxen, Jaxon, Jacky, Jaxson, Jacson, Jakson, Jackie, Jacksen, means "son of Jack". The name Jackson has gained increasing favor as a name for baby boys since 1960-1969. The variations Jaxon and Jacky are prevalent as variant forms of Jackson.
Jacob▲, var. Jay, Jim, Jaap, Jago, Jake, Jaco, Jack, Jakov, Jakub, Jakie, .. 20 more, means "he who supplants". Very popular as a birth name (#4 in 2014), and also found conventionally as a surname. The forms Jayme, James, Jaime and Jack are commonly used as versions of this name.
Jacques▼, var. Jaq, Jock, Jacot, Jacque, Jaques. A slightly uncommon baby name that is used more conventionally as a surname.
Jade▼, var. Jayde, Jaide. Both a masculine and a feminine name. Usage of Jade as a boys' name has decreased over time since 1994.
Jaden▲, var. Jade, Jadon, Jader, Jayden, Jaydon, Jaidin, Jaedon, Jaeden, Jaiden. Very popular choice for a baby name. Name suitable for both boys and girls. The variations Jaiden and Jade are prevalent as variant forms of the name.
Jadon▼, var. Jade, Jader, Jaden, Jayden, Jaydon, Jaidin, Jaedon, Jaeden, Jaiden, means "thankful; God will judge". Popular as a birth name. The forms Jaiden and Jade are commonly used as versions of this name.
Jadrian. A seldom-used name for newborns. Name suitable for both boys and girls.
Jaeger, var. Jagur, Jagger, means "hunter". Rare as a name for baby boys, Jaeger is found more frequently as a last name.
Jael, means "mountain goat". Both a masculine and a feminine name. Jael is a scarcely used men's name.
Jafar, var. Jaffar, means "stream". A scarce birth name. See also Jabbar.
Jagger▲. A common given name for boys (#705 a year ago) which is also used frequently as a last name. See also Jagur.
Jago. Rare as a name for newborns, Jago occurs more frequently as a last name. See also Jazz.
Jahan, var. Jehan, means "the world". Jahan is a scarcely used male name. See also Jian.
Jaime▲, var. Jayme, Jaymie, Jaimie, Jaimey. A name used for both men and women. The name Jaime has grown increasingly popular as a given name for boys since 1880-1889.
Jaimini, means "victory". A seldom-used birth name for boys.
Jairo▼, var. Jair, Jairus. Jairo has trended downward in popularity as a given name for boys over the years since 2008. See also Jary.
Jairus, var. Jair, Jairo, means "God enlightens". Usage of Jairo as a given name has been on a downward trend over time since 2008. The variation Jairo is popular as a form of Jairus.
Jarius. Rare as a name for newborns. See also Jairus.
Jake▲. A very common given name for boys (#190 a year ago), and recorded frequently as a first name among the general male population in the US Census. See also Jacky.