What does Janeth mean?
Janeth /ja-neth/ as a girls' name. Janeth's name origins are Hebrew and Scottish, and Janeth means "God is gracious". Janeth is an alternate form, with the suffix -th, of Jane (Hebrew): originally a feminine variation of John. Janeth is also a derivative of Janet (Scottish).
Janeth has 1 variant: Janneth.
Janeth has 53 more relations via Jane, Janet: Jaine, Jainee, Jan▼, Jana▼, Janae▼, Janaye, Jandy, Janean, Janeane, Janee, Janeen, Janel▼, Janela, Janelba, Janella, Janelle▲, Janene, Janerita, Janessa▲, Janeta, Janett, Janetta, Janette▼, Janey, Jania, Janica, Janice▼, Janie▼, Janina, Janine▼, Janis▼, Janise, Janit, Janka, Janna▼, Jannel, Jannet, Jannette▼, Janney, Janny, Janot, Jany, Jayne▼, Jaynell, Jeanette▼, Jenetta, Jenette, Jennet, Jinnet, Jinnett, Jonet, Jonette and Juanita▼.Kreatif forms: Jeaneth, Jeneth, Johneth. [more]
How popular is Janeth?
Janeth is a somewhat prominent first name for females (#2458 out of 4276, Top 57%) but an unusual last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Popular alternative forms of Janeth (outside Top 1000) are Jane (#322 the previous year), Janelle (#450), Janessa (#761), Janae (#932), Jannette, Janna, Janis, Jayne, Juanita, Jeanette, Janine, Janette, Janeen, Jana, Janel, Janet, Janice, Jan and Janie. These relations of Janeth were popular as baby names during the years 1950-1959 (adoption of 0.55%) and are now significantly less widespread (adoption 0.08%, down 85%). Jane has historically been popular among parents, though Janessa has become popular as well, while versions like Janae, Janet, Janice, Jana and Janel are now less common. Below is a charted comparison of the popularity of Janeth and associated names. (Top Birth Names, 2014)
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Suggested similar baby names are Danet, Jaenette, Janaeh, Janah, Janea, Janell▼, Janely, Janess, Janeva, Janita, Jannah, Janoah, Janthia, Jeanetta, Jenita, Jeth, Jobeth, Jonati, Jonetia, Jonetta, Jonita, Juanetta, Junette, Junita, Junot, Lanet, Luneth, Nanete, Ranith, Waneta and Zaneta. These names tend to be less frequently used than Janeth.