Jethro meaning and origin
Jethro means Yether used for boys has its origin in Hebrew is mostly used in Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, English and Danish. Jethro is variant form of Jetro. Jetro is variation of all time favorite and admired Jethro. Jetro is equivalent of The Hebrew Name יִתְרוֹ in Latin language.
Variants of JethroNames that rhyme with Jethro
Popularity of Jethro
A common name in United States having over 3051 recievers in 116 years of usage. At present at its peak, it ranked 857th when 156 parents chose the moniker for their baby boys. Jethro is a unique baby name in England and Wales, it has been in use since 1996 and was able to reach the top 900 names. In 2007, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 883 on boy names chart when 29 babies were named Jethro. There are over 367 babies that have been given the name Jethro in England and Wales.
Jethro is an uncommon baby name in France still in use today. Jethro is a common name in Philippines, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, South Africa and Papua New Guinea while somewhat familiar name in Kenya, Zambia, Uganda, England, Ghana, Netherlands, DR Congo, Malaysia, Australia, Malawi, Haiti, Swaziland, Brazil, Cameroon, Jamaica, Liberia, Solomon Islands, Mexico and Canada. As per our findings, over 20000 people has been named Jethro globally.
Jethro in Nordic countries
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Here's what numbers has to say about Jethro
You are reliable, trustworthy, and like to do more than you can. Use your gut around people. Your friends are like addicted to you, but your family isn't very happy with how you live your life cause you are restless. In order to be inspirational to others, you have to create a life worth admiring. Meditation is your thing. You have a smile that says: “You will regret this because I'm a born winner”.
If you like Jethro, you would love these names
- Tomasa - Used in Danish, Swedish and Finnish durable and prevailing, Tomasa is used as a baby girl name, Tomasa means "A Form of Thomas, Twin and Gemini" came from Aramaic. Tomasa is effeminate form of Tomas.
- Jethro means Yether used for baby boys used dominantly in Swedish and Finnish is originated from Hebrew
- Levie - Pleasing and Evergreen unisex name Levie is substantially used in Swedish and Finnish that came from Hebrew, meaning of Levie is "Possibly Governor and United". Levie is a feminine of Levi.
- Marie-Hélene - The Marie-Hélene came from Hebrew, meaning of Marie-Hélene is "Brightness of the Sun or Princess of the Sea"
- Susy - Used largely in Norwegian, German and Swedish atypical, Susy aimed at baby girls. Its origin is in Hebrew, Susy means "Lily or Variant of Hebrew Susannah"
Namesakes of Jethro
- Jethro Teall, British geologist and petrographist
- Jethro Tull, are a British rock band
- Jethro Tull, English agricultural pioneer from Berkshire
- Jethro Pugh, Jethro Pugh Jr
- Jethro Franklin, American football coach and former player
- Jethro Sumner, North Carolina landowner and businessman
- Jethro A. Hatch, U.S. Representative from Indiana
- Jethro Lundie-Brown in I'm Far Too Extremely Busy as Actor
- Jethro Rothe-Kushel in The 81st Annual Academy Awards as Producer
- Jethro Carbonell is the composer of movie El secreto