Meaning and origin
Johnie is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `God is Gracious`.
Where is it used? The name Johnie is mainly used in English.
How do they say it elsewhere? Evan (In Welsh and in English) Iefan (In Welsh) Ieuan (In Welsh) Ifan (In Welsh) SiŰn (In Welsh) Jon (In Swedish and in Icelandic) Juan (In Spanish) Janez (In Slovene) Jovan (In Serbian) Ian (In Scottish and in English) Iain (In Scottish) Ivan (In Russian, Czech, Serbian and in Croatian) Ioann (In Russian) Ioan (In Romanian and in Bulgarian) Jo„o (In Portuguese) Iwan (In Polish) Ean (In Manx) Jonas (In Lithuanian) Janis (In Latvian) Eoin (In Irish and in Scottish) Sean (In Irish) JŠnos (In Hungarian) Keoni (In Hawaiian) Ioannes (In Greek) Ioannis (In Greek) Yannis (In Greek) Johannes (In German, Dutch, Scandinavian and in Late Roman) XoŠn (In Galician) Jani (In Finnish and in Hungarian) Juho (In Finnish) Juhani (In Finnish) Jukka (In Finnish) Juhana (In Finnish) Juha (In Finnish) Jouni (In Finnish) Joni (In Finnish) Hannu (In Finnish) Jussi (In Finnish) Johano (In Esperanto) Jan (In Dutch, Scandinavian, Czech and in Polish) Jens (In Danish) Jowan (In Cornish) Joan (In Catalan) Yann (In Breton and in French) Yehochanan (In the bible (Original)) Ion (In Basque and in Romanian)
For the opposite sex use: In Romanian and in Bulgarian: Ioana (F) In Romanian: Ionela (F) In Italian: Giovanna (F) In English: Jonie (F) In English: Jan (F) In English: Johnnie (B) In English: Jonelle (F) In Dutch, Polish and in Czech: Jana (F)
See also In Romanian: Iancu (M) In Romanian: Ionel (M) In Norwegian and in English: Jonette (F) In Esperanto: Jochjo (M) In English and in the bible: John (M) In English: Hank (M) In English: Johnny (M) In English: Jack (M)
Johnie doesn`t appear in 2007`s top-1000 name list. The last time Johnie appeared in the top-1000 was 78 years ago, in 1930. It ranked #672 in that year. . 1910 was a `top year` for the name Johnie. (Based on 128 years of name history) In that year it ranked #497. The last time Johnie appeared among the most common names was in 1900. Our records go back to 1880