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See also: Eoin, eòin, and Eóin

Scottish Gaelic[edit]

Proper noun[edit]

Eòin m (genitive Eòin)

  1. Jonathan
  2. John

Usage notes[edit]

  • Generally used as a cognate of English Jonathan except in the Bible, where it stands for English John and Ianatan is used for Jonathan. The cognate of John outside the Bible is Iain.