Jannic - Meaning of Jannic

What does Jannic mean?

[ syll. jan-nic, ja-nn-ic ] The baby boy name Jannic is of Hebrew origin. It is used mainly in the Breton and French languages. Jannic is a variant spelling of the Breton and French Yannick and a derivative of the English and Hebrew John.

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Jannic is not frequently used as a baby boy name. It is not ranked within the top 1000. Among the family of boy names directly linked to Jannic, John was the most commonly used in 2018.

Baby names that sound like Jannic include Janic (Breton and French), Janick (Breton and French), Jannick (Breton, French, and Scandinavian), Jannik (Breton, French, and Scandinavian), Jaemes, Jamesie, Jamesy, Jamez, Jameze, Jamies, Jamis, Jamsie (English), Janeshe, Janez (Slavic), Janis (Latvian and Lithuanian), Jannis (Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, German, and Scandinavian), Jannus, Janos (Hungarian), Janus (English and German), and Jean-Jacques (French).

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