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    (Wikipedia) - Ian   (Redirected from Iain) This article is about a given name. For other uses, see Ian (disambiguation). Ian Gender Origin Word/name Meaning Other names Related names
    Male (rarely Female: some similar names can be)
    Hebrew (via Scottish Gaelic)
    gift of god, god''s gift
    John (masculine version of Jane: Hebrew for Siobhan), Ivan, Evian, Iana, Seonaidh
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    "Ian", "Iain"(/ˈiː.ən/; Scottish Gaelic pronunciation: ) is a name of Gaelic origin, corresponding to English/Hebrew John. It is a very popular name in much of the English-speaking world and especially in Scotland, where it originated. Ian was the 19th most popular male name, taking account of the whole British population (over 300,000 Ians in total).

    The name has now fallen out of the top 100 male baby names in the UK, having peaked in popularity as one of the top 10 names throughout the 1960s, while remaining roughly constant in popularity in the USA. Back in 1900, Ian was the 180th most popular male baby name in England and Wales.

    The original form of the name ''Eóin'' originated in the Irish language. Ian is an anglicisation of the Scottish Gaelic version of the name, ''Iain''.

    Popularity of the name ''Ian'' in the USA Year Rank
    2013 80
    2012 78
    2011 72
    2010 72
    2009 72
    2008 80
    2007 74
    2006 80
    2005 67
    2004 69
    2003 65
    2002 67
    2001 70
    2000 73
    Note: Rank 1 is the most popular, rank 2 is the next most popular, and so forth. Name data are from Social Security card applications for births that occurred in the United States. Source: Social Security Administration. See http://www.ssa.gov/OACT/babynames

    Other Gaelic forms of "John" include "Seonaidh" ("Johnny" from Lowland Scots), "Seon" (from English), "Seathan", and "Seán" and "Eoin" (from Irish). Its Welsh counterpart is Ioan and Breton equivalent is Yann.

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