Origin: Hebrew ( יוֹנָה ) Meaning: Hebrew form of Jonah meaning “dove”  ( יוֹנָה ) Spelled Yona, it becomes a word used in Ancient India (by the Pali and Prakrits) to refer to Greek speakers, (its analogue Yavana was used in Sanskrit) as well as being a transliteration for the Ionians Yonina and Yonit are feminine forms…


Origin: Spanish Meaning: dove


Origin: Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, German, Lithuanian, Czech, Slovak Meaning: it’s both a Greek form of Jonah (dove) or a Lithuanian form of John (God is gracious)


Origin: Greek Meaning: perhaps a form of Gemini, meaning twins, or a form of Jemima, meaning dove Variants: Jemina