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Gianni is an Italian equivalent of the English name "Johnny." It represents a diminutive -- along with Giovi, Ianni, Nani, Nanni, Vanni, and Zani -- to the masculine proper noun Giovanni("John," from the ancient Hebrew יהוח×?ן (Yehōchānān, "Gift of God"). The pronunciation will be "DJAN-nee" -- as well as "DJO-vee," "YAN-nee," "NA-nee," "NAN-nee," "VAN-nee," "ZA-nee" -- for the nickname and "djo-VAN-nee" for the forename in Italian.

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"Johnny" in English is Gianni in Italian.

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Gian = John

Gianni = Johnny

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