|Number in U.S||👶 232,000|
|Rate in 2021||139|
|Name origin||🌍 Scottish|
This name can be translated as "God's faithful follower."
What is the origin or etymology of Ian?
Derived from another well-known name of Ian origin , John , with Hebrew roots and etymology. Over the ages this name has been translated into other languages such as Greek. It even led to a variety of female names, Juana.
How is Ian?
Ian's personality has always been combined with God's directives. He is a religious and religious person, usually Catholic. He does not like lies and blindly trusts others, despite being disappointed many times.
At the business level, Ian is a man who doesn't have as many talents as other individuals. He has virtues, is versatile and can take on any job he decides to do, but for this he needs to have a certain passion. You like to work well in a team and if a complex challenge is presented to you, you will always have an idea to help you find a solution. Usually their peers are satisfied and they can be very good friends.
On the love side, Ian is a very lucky man: he tends to be liked by the most devoted and loving women, those who want to have a serious relationship. It doesn't take long for women to fall in love because of her determination, passion for her job, sincerity and romance. He usually does not fall into a routine and is always attentive to his partner.
At work, you'll find that Ian has qualities that other people don't. It is virtuous and versatile. so you can dedicate yourself to whatever you put your mind to as long as you feel passion. He works very well in a team and if there is a challenge for him, he contributes ideas that allow him to solve it. His colleagues are pleased with him, and some of them become good friends.
At the family level, he is a very friendly person who tries to teach his children religion so they can decide if they want to be followers, but he never forces anyone to do anything. He likes to teach others all the knowledge he has absorbed in his life, and there will always be a plate on the table for those who need it.