Joanna Vasco in the US

  1. #61,045,978 Joanna Vartanian
  2. #61,045,979 Joanna Varvarelis
  3. #61,045,980 Joanna Varvaro
  4. #61,045,981 Joanna Vasalofsky
  5. #61,045,982 Joanna Vasco
  6. #61,045,983 Joanna Vasconcelos
  7. #61,045,984 Joanna Vasconi
  8. #61,045,985 Joanna Vasey
  9. #61,045,986 Joanna Vasic
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Meaning & Origins

From the Latin form, Io(h)anna, of Greek Iōanna, the feminine equivalent of Iōannēs (see John). In the New Testament, this name is borne by a woman who was one of Jesus's followers (Luke 8:3; 24:10). She was the wife of the steward of the household of King Herod Antipas. The name was regularly used throughout the Middle Ages in most parts of Europe as a feminine equivalent of John, but in England it has only been in common use as a vernacular given name since the 19th century. Celebrated British bearers of the name include the novelist Joanna Trollope (b. 1943), the actress Joanna Lumley (b. 1946), and the concert pianist Joanna McGregor (b. 1959).
495th in the U.S.
Spanish, Galician, and Italian: ethnic name from vasco ‘Basque’, denoting someone from the Basque region, or from a Spanish byname or Italian personal name of the same derivation. The inhabitants of this region, which extends between southern France and northern Spain, are first recorded in Latin sources as the Vascones, a word of unknown origin. See also Gascoigne. The Basques’ own name for themselves is Euskaldun.
33,969th in the U.S.

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