Juan

Juan is a male first name.

  • 3.1 artist name
  • 3.2 Artificial Figures

Origin and Meaning

Juan is the Spanish form of the masculine name Johannes or Johann.

Variants

  • Juana, ( female form )
  • Juanito, Juancho, Juanelo, Juantxu, Juantxo ( diminutives )

Bearers of the name

See also: Juan Carlos

  • Juan III. de Silva, 5th Conde de Cifuentes (1510 -? ) 1549 ambassador of Charles V at Edward VI.
  • Juan de Austria (1547-1578), commander of the Spanish fleet and governor of the Habsburg Netherlands
  • Juan de Borbón y Battenberg (1913-1993), Infante of Spain, Count of Barcelona
  • Juan de Flandes (1465-1519), Dutch painter of the Renaissance
  • Juan de Homedes y Coscon (also: Jean; 1477-1553 ), 47th Grand Master of the Order of Malta
  • Juan de Prado, Spanish physician and philosopher
  • Juan de Segovia, Spanish theologian, representatives of the conciliar movement on the Council of Basel
  • Juan Evaristo, (1902-1978), Argentine footballer
  • Juan Gil de Zamora, Spanish Franciscan scholar and
  • Juan Guilherme Nunes Jesus (* 1991), Brazilian footballer
  • Juan Manuel de Villena de la Vega ( -1543 ), Castilian nobleman and politician
  • Juan Pablo Montoya ( b. 1975 ), Colombian racing driver and former Formula 1 pilot
  • Juan Pacheco (1419-1474), Canal of Castile
  • Juan Ramon Curbelo ( born 1979 ), Uruguayan football player
  • Juan Williams Rebolledo (1825-1910), Chilean Navy Commander and Vice Admiral.
  • Juan Röhl (born 1973 ), Venezuelan chess players

Family name

  • Estefanía Juan ( born 1981 ), Spanish weightlifter
  • Fritz Max Hofmann - Juan (1873-1937), German painter
  • Gu Juan (* 1990), Singaporean badminton player

Artist Name

Art figures

Others

  • For churches, see San Juan
  • Juan -les- Pins (France )
  • Male first name
  • Spanish personal name
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