What does Jalin mean?
Jalin [jalin] as a boys' name (also used as girls' name Jalin) is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Jalin is "calm". Jalin is an alternate form of Galen (Greek): from GalÍnus. Jalin is also a variation of Jalen.
24 relations via Galen, Jalen: Gaelan, Galan, Galeno, Galin, Galyn, Gaylen, Gaylin, Gaylinn, Gaylon, Jaelan, Jaelin, Jaelon, Jailin, Jaillen, Jaillin, Jailon, Jalan, Jalon, Jayelan, Jayelen, Jaylan▼, Jaylen, Jaylon▼ and Jaylonn.Creative forms:
(male) Janlin, Jelin, ..
(female) Jalinna, .. Middle name pairings:
Jalin Giorgio (J.G.), ..
How popular is Jalin?
Jalin is an unusual given name for males. Jalin is an equally unusual last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Jalin was first listed in 1993 and reached its highest position of #1012 in the U.S. in the year 2001, but is not in the Top 1000 currently. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related boy names. Popular varying forms of Jalin rated in the Top 2000 are Jaylen (#345 in recent rankings), Jalen (#589), Jaylon (#1137), Jaylan, Jalon, Jalan, Gaylen, Gaylon, Jaelin, Jaelon and Galen. Other variants, like Galyn, are seldom used. Adoption of these forms of Jalin was widespread among parents in 2000 (average #1150) and is now significantly lower (#1672, ▼74%), with forms like Jaylan falling out of fashion.
Jalin is pronounced similarly to Halen, Hallen and Haylan. Other recommended names are Aarin, Adlin, Ailin, Allin, Arlin, Bain, Calvin, Carlin, Catlin, Colin, Dain, Daylin, Emlin, Fagin, Fain, Flin, Galvin, Gamlin, Gavin, Glin, Hamlin, Havin, Hazin, Iain, Jabin, Jabir, Jacan, Jacen, Jacqin, Jaden, Jadon▼, Jahan, Jair, Jakim, Jalal, Jalenn, Jalil, Jaliyl, Jamin, Jamon, Jan▼, Jaran, Jaren▼, Jarin, Jasin, Jasun, Javi, Javon, Jaxen▲, Jaylin▼, Jeavin, Jevin, Juli, Julian▲, Julien▲, Julio, Kalin, Katlin, Larin, Malin, Marlin▼, Maslin, Nalin, Nolin, Rain, Sabin, Talin, Tallin, Tavin, Wain, Walwin and Waylin. These names tend to be more commonly used than Jalin.See names in meaning and etymology.