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  1. Jonathan

  1. Jonatan

  2. Joonatan

  3. Substantiivi

Jonathan englanniksi

  1. A son of Saul, first mentioned in 1 Samuel.

  2. (RQ:King James Version):

  3. And it came to pass, when he had made an end to speaking unto Saul, that the soul of Jonathan was knit with the soul of David, and Jonathan loved him as his own soul.
  4. Jonathan Apphus, a son of Mattathias, brother of Joannan Caddis, Simon Thassi, Judas Maccabeus and Eleazar Avara.

  5. (RQ:KJV)

  6. (given name) of biblical origin.

  7. 1936 (w), ''In The Train''. The Stories of Frank O’Connor, Knopf, 1952. page 166:

  8. “Well indeed,” said Foley, “’tis a mystery to me how the sergeant puts up with her. If any woman up and called me an outlandish name like Jonathan when everyone knew my name was plain John I’d do fourteen days for her - by God, I would, and a calendar month.”
  9. 1998 Rendell|Barbara Vine, ''The Chimney Sweeper’s Boy'', (ISBN), page 168:

  10. So I’d change to names I really like. I mean, Jonathan. If I ever have a son I’m going to call him Jonathan, so I’d have that. And then I like monosyllabic surnames that aren’t too common, so I’d have Dean or Bell or King. There you are, how about Jonathan King?
  11. (surname).

  12. An apple cultivar from York.

  13. (quote-journal)

  14. An American; a Yank; Jonathan.

  15. 1822, (w), ''(w)'', stanza 59:

  16. Here crashed a sturdy oath of stout John Bull,Who damned away his eyes as heretofore;There Paddy brogued “By Jasus!”—“What’s your Wull?”The temperate Scot exclaimed; the French Ghost sworeIn certain terms I shan’t translate in full,As the first Coachman will; and midst the roarThe voice of Jonathan was heard to express,“''Our'' president is going to war, I guess.”—
  17. (quote-book) One viewer thought it was not as outrageous as Jonathans usually are, (..)

  18. (given name), the modern spelling of biblical Jonatan

  19. Jonathan (gloss)

  20. (given name)

  21. (inflection of)

  22. (l) (gloss)

  23. (inflection of)

  24. (given name), a modern spelling of Jonatan