Iyona name meaning

Gender: Girl
Origin: Old Norse, Hebrew and Old Greek
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Iyona
Meaning: Violet, Amethyst, Flower Name, Purple Gem, Beach Strand, God is Merciful and Protected
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What does Iyona mean?

Odd girl name Iyona is originated from Old Norse. Iyona is a variant form of noteworthy and evergreen Iona. Iona is a variant form of JeanneIone. Odd Iona's origin is Old Norse and Old Greek is primarily used in English and Irish, meaning of Iona is "Blessed, Violet and Amethyst".

Variants of Iyona

Iyonah, Iona, Ioana, Jehanne, Ieuan, Johanan, Iolana, Jane, Joan, Joanna

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How popular is the name Iyona?

Iyona is a unique baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1977 and was able to reach the top 4000 names. In 2005, it ranked 3938th when 36 girls were named Iyona. Over 462 babies in United States have been named Iyona. At least, 400 people around the globe have been given the name as per our estimate.

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What numerology tells about Iyona?

You can't stand being imprisoned by your feelings for someone. You would rather pretend that you don't have them. To have 7 as your soul urge number reflects the urge of your spirit to be free. You are a stubborn person who's ready for a change. You are intelligent and independent. You don't take them seriously because of their mediocre lives. When it comes to life goals, you dream big, meaning you are ambitious and self-confident.

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  •  Marielle - Far-out Marielle prevalently is used in Norwegian, Finnish and Danish is rooted from Hebrew, meaning of Marielle is "Sea, Bitterness or Drop" is given to baby girls
  •  Elyéser - The Elyéser has its origin in Hebrew, Elyéser means "God has Rescued"
  •  Jethro - Persistent and Famed Jethro is used particulary in Norwegian and Finnish aimed at baby boys. Its origin is in Hebrew, Jethro means "Yether"
  •  Maribela means Maria and Isabel has origin in Spanish is aimed at girls. Maribela is derivative of Maribel.
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