Janne is a common given name in the Nordic countries. In Denmark, Norway and Estonia it is considered a feminine name, while in Sweden and Finland it is considered masculine. In Sweden and Finland it is often used as a nickname for people with related (male) names such as Jan, Jean or Johan.As the names spread through Europe along with Christianity, a number of simplified derivatives appeared, resulting in the large family of names to which Janne belongs: Johanna, John, JanJoan, Jahn, Johan, Juan, Jane, Jean, Jeanne, Jonas, Janusz, Hannes, Hans and so forth.

Property Value
dbo:abstract
  • Janne ist ein Vorname. Je nach sprachlichem Umfeld ist er männlich oder weiblich. (de)
  • ヤンネ (Janne)は、北欧諸国における名前。稀にヤンヌと書かれることもある。フィンランドおよびスウェーデンにおいては、一般的に男性名である。その一方で、デンマークやノルウェー、エストニアでは、一般的に女性名である。また、ヤン (Jan)や、ヤン=エリク (Jan-Erik)、ヤン=オロヴ (Jan-Olov)などの名前のニックネームとして使われることもある。 この名前は、ヨハネスやジョンと同じ起源をもつ名前である。 (ja)
  • Janne is a common given name in the Nordic countries. In Denmark, Norway and Estonia it is considered a feminine name, while in Sweden and Finland it is considered masculine. In Sweden and Finland it is often used as a nickname for people with related (male) names such as Jan, Jean or Johan. The name's origins lie in the ancient Hebrew names Yohanah/Yohanan (feminine/masculine), meaning "Yahweh (God) is gracious". The name spread to Greece along with Christianity, and became Ioanna/Ioannes. In the original, Greek version of the Bible both John the baptist and John the apostle are referred to as "Ioannes", and the feminine version of the name appears in "Ioanna, the wife of Chuza". The names then, through Latin Vulgate, became Joanna/Johanna/Johanne (feminine), and Johannes (masculine). As the names spread through Europe along with Christianity, a number of simplified derivatives appeared, resulting in the large family of names to which Janne belongs: Johanna, John, JanJoan, Jahn, Johan, Juan, Jane, Jean, Jeanne, Jonas, Janusz, Hannes, Hans and so forth. A selection of people carrying the name (or nickname): (en)
dbo:wikiPageDisambiguates
dbo:wikiPageID
  • 8941416 (xsd:integer)
dbo:wikiPageRevisionID
  • 692086061 (xsd:integer)
dbp:name
  • Janne (en)
dct:subject
rdf:type
rdfs:comment
  • Janne ist ein Vorname. Je nach sprachlichem Umfeld ist er männlich oder weiblich. (de)
  • Janne is a common given name in the Nordic countries. In Denmark, Norway and Estonia it is considered a feminine name, while in Sweden and Finland it is considered masculine. In Sweden and Finland it is often used as a nickname for people with related (male) names such as Jan, Jean or Johan.As the names spread through Europe along with Christianity, a number of simplified derivatives appeared, resulting in the large family of names to which Janne belongs: Johanna, John, JanJoan, Jahn, Johan, Juan, Jane, Jean, Jeanne, Jonas, Janusz, Hannes, Hans and so forth. (en)
  • ヤンネ (Janne)は、北欧諸国における名前。稀にヤンヌと書かれることもある。フィンランドおよびスウェーデンにおいては、一般的に男性名である。その一方で、デンマークやノルウェー、エストニアでは、一般的に女性名である。また、ヤン (Jan)や、ヤン=エリク (Jan-Erik)、ヤン=オロヴ (Jan-Olov)などの名前のニックネームとして使われることもある。この名前は、ヨハネスやジョンと同じ起源をもつ名前である。 (ja)
rdfs:label
  • Janne (de)
  • Janne (en)
  • ヤンネ (ja)
owl:sameAs
prov:wasDerivedFrom
foaf:isPrimaryTopicOf
foaf:name
  • Janne (en)
is foaf:primaryTopic of