red late-ripening apple; primarily eaten raw
A son of Saul, first mentioned in 1 Samuel.
of biblical origin.
Origin: From יהונתן and יונתן (Jehonathan), both meaning “God gave [me]”; ("Jehovah has given"), apparently with influence from the preference for the latter form. Often incorrectly considered to be a variant of John.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
jon′a-than, n. the people of the United States, collectively, or a typical specimen, Brother Jonathan. [Perh. from the sagacious Governor Jonathan Trumbull, 1710-85.]
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Rank popularity for the word 'jonathan' in Written Corpus Frequency: #1929
The numerical value of jonathan in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of jonathan in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Jonathan Stein have to look at Jonathan Stein own pocketbook and Jonathan Stein own budget and decide.
The people of Israel welcome the release of Jonathan Pollard, after three long and difficult decades, Jonathan has been reunited with his family.
The people of Israel welcome the release of Jonathan Pollard, may this Sabbath bring Jonathan Pollard much joy and peace that will continue in the years and decades ahead.
No one is disputing that Jonathan was acting erratically, yet, not once did anyone from the Arlington jail call for any type of mental health practitioner or take Jonathan to any type of hospital.
Never ever hold anyone/someone in contempt i.e. never ever despise/disregard anyone regardless of his or her colour/race/religion/tribe/language. Because, the very person who you're despising/disregarding presently is most likely to rule over you someday e.g. Barack Obama/Michelle Obama/Goodluck Ebele Jonathan among others.
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