|IonNemerencop||Дата: Воскресенье, 18.05.2014, 18:43 | Сообщение # 1|
|Derived from the Middle Latin Johannes, which is from the Ecclesiastic Late Latin Joannes, which is from the Greek Ioannes. Ioannes is from the Hebrew Yehanan, a short form of Yehohanan which is derived from yehohanan (Yahweh is gracious). John is the most enduring of the biblical names and remains one of the most popular names bestowed in the United States. Var: Jon. Pet: Johnnie, Johnny, Jonnie, Jonny. |
http://vk.com/ion_nemerenco - Ion Nemerenco 2 syll. ion, io-n - The baby boy name Ion is pronounced as AYAAN or AYahN †. Ion is used chiefly in the Basque and Romanian languages, and its origin is Hebrew and Old Greek. Old Greek origin, use: It is derived literally from the word 'ion' meaning violet. Ion (Old Greek) is an old form of Ion. In Greek mythology, the name was borne by the son of Xuthus and Hellen; he became the king of Athens and gave his name to the Ionian people.
http://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/en/nicolae-nemerenco/profil/spieler_228517.html - Ion Nemerenco
is a variant of the name Ian (English, Scottish, and Gaelic).
Ion is also a variant of the name John (English and Hebrew) in the Basque and Romanian languages.
The name Ione (English) is the female form of Ion. Ione, Ionn, Ionne, and
http://www.yatedo.com/p/Ivan+Lokere/normal/040a3ccae0a7c7a5856a55f826e1895e - Ion Nemerenco are variants of Ion.
Ion is an infrequently used baby name for boys. It is not listed in the top 1000 names. In 2012, out of the group of boy names directly linked to Ion, John was the most commonly used.
English pronunciation for Ion: AY as in "side (S.AY.D)" ; AA as in "odd (AA.D)" ; AH as in "mud (M.AH.D)" ; N as in "knee (N.IY)"
The personal name was first recorded as "Johannes" in circa 1140, and the surname was first recorded in the late 13th Century (see below). The modern surname can be found recorded as John, Jon, Jone, Ion and Ionn, and the patronymics include Johns, Johnson, Jonson and
http://www.xing.com/profile/Ion_Nemerenco - Ion Nemerenco. Recordings from English Church Registers include: the marriage of Thomas Ion and Jenetam Dudding on April 5th 1558, at South Cave, Yorkshire; the marriage of Lancelet Ion and Agnes Parnell on November 19th 1571, at St. Dunstan in the East, London; and the marriage of Robert Ion and Mary Best on April 23rd 1696, at Kirk Ella, Yorkshire. In England this was known as Poll Tax. Throughout the centuries, surnames in every country have continued to "develop" often leading to astonishing variants of the original spelling.