Johad meaning and origin
Johad means God is Merciful came from Hebrew. Johad is derivative of Jean. Jean is version of all time favorite, biblical and pleasing John. Jean is French form of Johannes. Also Jean is Scottish and English equivalent of Jeanne. Jean means Yahweh is Gracious and John came from Hebrew. The name is celebrated on December 27.Names that rhyme with Johad
Popularity of Johad
Johad is an uncommon baby name in France and may not be used now. Also, Johad is a familiar name in India. As per our findings, over 400 people has been named Johad globally, concentrated mainly in Islamic countries.
Here's what numbers has to say about Johad
Since you trapped yourself inside rules, restrictions, religion, you've imprisoned your soul in one state. Be proud of the person you've become and don't fall in love so easy. You are persistent to always get where you indented to. You have a bossy nature in love. People come to you when they need an objective opinion about almost everything, except romance. Your number reveals that you are the perfect match for professions like medicine, politics, the Secret Service, working with children, science and education, and marketing.
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Namesakes of Johad
We could not find any notable namesake.