From Middle English June, june, re-Latinised from Middle English Juyn, juyng, from Old French juing, juin, from Latin iūnius, the month of the goddess Iuno (“Juno”), perhaps from Proto-Indo-European *yuwn̥kós, from Proto-Indo-European *yew- (“vital force, youthful vigor”).
June (plural Junes)
- The sixth month of the Gregorian calendar, following May and preceding July. Abbreviation: Jun or Jun.
- A female given name for a girl born in June, used since the end of the 19th century.
- 2002, Kate Atkinson, Not the End of the World, Doubleday, →ISBN, page 29:
- Her parents were old, really old. That's why they'd given her such an old-fashioned name. June, because she was born in June. If she'd been born in November would they have called her November? June was a name for women in sitcoms and soap operas, the name of women who knit with synthetic wool and follow recipes that use cornflakes, not the name of a thirty-year-old with a ring in her nose ('Oh, June'.)
- → Burmese: ဇွန် (jwan)
- (Gregorian calendar months) Gregorian calendar month; January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
- Alternative form of .