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What is the welsh form of John?

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The Welsh name for anyone called John, pre-20th century in Wales, was Shwna - similar pronounciation to Shawna/Shauna but with an "un" as in Spanish for uno or "ooon" sound - "Sh-ooon-ah."

In Welsh, Ioan, Iwan and Siôn are also all equivalents of John.

Names typically do not change in different languages but many traditional names like John have equivalents.

Ieuan (Evan)
Iwan, Ioan, Siôn (John)
The Welsh name for anyone called John, pre-20th century in Wales, was Shwna - similar pronounciation to Shawna/Shauna but with an "un" as in Spanish for uno or "ooon" sound - "Sh-ooon-ah."

In Welsh, Ioan, Iwan and Siôn are also all equivalents of John.

Names typically do not change in different languages but many traditional names like John have equivalents.
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