Happy Birthday Evan Personalized Card
– Happy birthday to you Evan! I wish you a very special day, sending this Happy Birthday Evan personalized card to you. Dear Evan, I wish you a bright and beautiful day on your special day. This named card was specially designed for Evan’s birthday.
Evan Given Name Meaning & History
GENDER: Masculine, USAGE: Welsh, English, PRONOUNCED: EV-an (English). Anglicized form of Iefan, a Welsh form of JOHN. Origin Celtic: Young warrior, Origin Scottish: Variant of John. This given name Evan derives from the Ancient Greek Ioannes, which in turn derives from the Hebrew name “Yehochanan”, meaning “graced by Yahweh, God is gracious”. There are numerous forms of the name in different languages. This name is part of the largest etymological root of names made up of more than five hundred variations between males and females in different languages. The name “John” had gained popularity among Jews in Judea and Galilee by the time the area became a province of the Roman Empire in 6 A.D. John Hyrcanus was the first king of the Hasmonean Dynasty and was the nephew of Judas Maccabeus. It was the given name of Yochanan ben Zechariah, a Jewish prophet known in English as John the Baptist.
Evan is derived from Iefan, itself a Welsh variant of John. John originates in the Hebrew language and means “God is merciful”. It has been one of the most popular masculine given names over centuries and in different spellings all over the world. Throughout history, it was borne by numerous kings, princes, emperors, popes, and saints, the most famous being John the Baptist and John the Apostle. More recently, the famous bearers include John F. Kennedy and John Lennon. Famous Evans: Evan Dando – musician, Evan Farmer – actor, Evan Handler – actor, Evan Longoria – baseball player. Evan is the Welsh form of John which is the English form of the Hebrew “Yohanan” meaning “Jehovah has favored” or “Yahweh is gracious” from “hanan” “he was gracious”. John is a name that originated in the Old Testament (or Hebrew Bible) as one of King David’s mighty men; however, usage of the name is attributed more to the Johns from the New Testament (i.e., the Baptist and the Evangelist).