Arabic edit

Etymology edit

From Aramaicיוחנן(yoḥanan).

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Proper noun edit

يُوحَنَّا (yūḥannām

  1. (Christianity) Any of the New Testament figures named John
    يُوحَنَّا الْمَعْمَدَانُ⁩ ― yūḥannā l-maʕmadānuJohn the Baptist (see alsoيَحْيَى(yaḥyā))
    يُوحَنَّا الْإِنْجِيلِيُّ⁩ ― yūḥannā l-ʔinjīliyyuJohn the Evangelist
    يُوحَنَّا بْنُ زَبَدِي⁩ ― yūḥannā bnu zabadīJohn, son of Zebedee (John the Apostle)
    يُوحَنَّا الْبَطْمُسِيُّ⁩ ― yūḥannā l-baṭmusiyyuJohn of Patmos
  2. (Christianity) John, the last of the four canonical gospels
  3. a male given name, John

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