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List of Biblical or christian girl names starting with the letter J. For a fuller description and a Bible reference then please click on the name which will take you to a more in depth explanation and history of the Biblical name starting with J. The in depth explanation of the name, also includes a historical figure with that name so you are able to see whether the name you are thinking of for your baby is likely to suit their personality. Unless, of course, you are looking up the meaning of your own name and wondering who else was called that.

Christian name Meaning
  Jael   (pronounced jay-el) and originates in Hebrew meaning mountain goat
  Jane   (pronounced jayn) and is an Old French feminine form of Iohannes, the female variant of the male name John.
  Jean   (pronounced jee-n) and is an Old French feminine form of Iohannes, the female variant of the male name John.
  Jedidah   (pronounced jed-i-dy-uh) and is from Hebrew and means beloved of Yahweh.
  Jemimah   (pronounced ju-my-mah) originates in Hebrew meaning wild dove.
  Jessica   (pronounced jes-ik-uh) originates in the Hebrew word Iscah and meaning she will look out.
  Jezebel   (pronounced jez-uh-bell) originates in the Hebrew for "where is the Prince."
  Joan   (pronounced jo-n)regarded as the female variant of the male name John.
  Joanna   (pronounced jo-an-uk)regarded as the female variant of the male name John.
  Josephine   (pronounced jo-zif-een). This is regarded as the feminine version of Joseph which means may he add and is from Hebrew.
  Josie   (pronounced jo-zi). This is regarded as the feminine version of Joseph which means may he add and is from Hebrew.
  Joy   (pronounced joy)originates in the Latin word gaudere meaning to rejoice.
  Joyce   (pronounced joy-s)originates in the Breton name Jodoc meaning Lord.
  Judith   (pronounced jew-dith)originates in Hebrew and means woman of Judea.
  Julia   (pronounced jew-lee-ah)regarded simply as a variant of Julius
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