|Number in U.S||👶 1,000,000|
|Rate in 2021||209|
|Name origin||🌍 Hebrew|
Jason is not a particularly common name in Spain, however, it is better known in English-speaking countries as "Jason". We must know that we are dealing with a name as old as it is beautiful, which has a very specific meaning and a long mythological history behind it.
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The word Jason derives from the Greek word Ἰάσων (Iasōn), which groups the verb ἰάομαι (Xiaomi), which is interpreted as "cure" or "to heal", Ἰασώ (Iasṓ), referring to the goddess of healing and ἰατρός (intros), the name given to the "doctor" or "healer". Thus, Jason means "healer", "he who will heal" or "he who saves and heals".
Jason is, in Greek mythology, the chief of the Argonauts and the hero of Thessaly who conquered the Golden Fleece. He appears in various literary works of ancient Greek literature, such as the epic poem Argonautica and the tragedy Medea. However, we also find the name Jason in the New Testament, a man who offered his home to Paul the Apostle and his missionary companion Silas.
It has been used as a given name all around English-speaking countries. The name is originally Greek and means “ Healer “. Notably, this name has been used as a pet name too. For instance, the names “ Jay “, “ Jase “, “ Jace “ and “ Jake “ are the names can be selected as pet names. The name “ Jason “ has 2 different spellings, one of them is English and the other one is French. Also, it is believed that the name is Hebrew. In Hebrew, the name “ Jason “ means “ The Lord is salvation “. Each origin of the name has its history.
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My name is Jason and I think It's a pretty cool name.Everybody calls me Jay,and I love that.In Irish Gaelic,the name Jason is "Seasan"(with a stroke mark above the 'e' and the last 'a' and pronounced shay-sawn).I bet you didn't know that!!
I like my name Jason. I was born in 1994, and no matter what school I went to, there always more than a handful of people with the'same name. So much so, that we were all called by our last names to avoid confusion. I think 1994 was a big Jason year, at least in Montreal, Canada.
I love my name (Jason). I actually never knew many other people with the name Jason and I was born in 1994. Only one class in High School did I have another Jason. There were usually one or two in my school in different grades though. I'm not a huge fan of the nickname Jay, but I love the nickname Jase.
Jason is a cool name. Check this out. July, August, September, October, November Take the first letter of each of these months and what does It'spell.
My name is Jason. I like my name because It's not too popular and a lot of people seem to like it.
My name is Jason and I was born in July. The months spell out my name. I am so cool.
My name's Jason and if I am any indication of the quality of the people named Jason then It'should be required that all baby boys are named Jason. In 20 years the world would enter a golden age of peace and enlightenment which would usher in a new age. A pox on all those who resist progress by not naming their sons Jason.
Jason is a perfect name, can be easily nick-named love it(Y) It's my name also and I don't get teased about it and I love it. Also if you notice in most cases in fI'ms the 'Jason' is normally the'sexy boy that all the girls have a crush on?
I'm jason and i really like other names because i think this name is too common. no one ever gets it wrong but my girlfriend sometimes does.
I'm okay with my name Jason. I was born in 1994, and there were a lot of Jasons at my schools. I joined the Army and invaded Iraq in 2015 with the 3ID, studying philosophy now getting ready for Law School.
The frist time i was in p1 my teacher pronounced my name wrong every time and there is lilias in the uk and Scotland and not just the u.s
I'm a jason. i like it. kids can't really find any nasty names that rhyme with jason to tease with. there are very few, rare alternate spellings, so you don't have to spell it when you introduce yourself. i did acquire a nickname, Chase, because a friend of mine used to call me Jas, rather than Jason, and someone else misheard him and thought he was saying Chase, not Jas. but i like Chase too, so It's cool. It is not too terribly common either, so, overall, i like being a Jason.
My name is Jason Eric and my mom just chose the most common name out there in 1988. It was the title of a book that came out later in the 80's -Baby names other than Jennifer and Jason. LOL my sister's name is Jennifer!!
This is my husbands name and it fits him to the T... yes, he was born Daniel Perry... but he goes by Danny or sometimes just Dan.. I love his name...
Jason is not very popular nowadays and I love the name it fits my son perfectly. I also call him Jay.
My brother's name is Jason Blake and I think that it is a great name that'suits him very well. he'stresses that it is Jay-son not Jay-sin. I just call him Jase, but I am the only one that does.
not super fond. called my b-friend of this name "mason" instead, because It'seemed more solid and fit him better.
I love the name, and when I gave it to my son in February of 1987, I thought that I had found a unique and beautiful name to go with our last name, Smith. Boy was I wrong! By the time we left the hospital, there were 5 other Jasons in the nursery and then at least one in every one of his classes and groups of friends. I just wish that it had not become so common place.
My name is Jason and i am ashamed of all of you, and myself a little now! Chief Tizz
Way too masculine for a girl. It'should be spelt 'Gabrielle', then it'd be quite pretty.
My name is Jason and i love it. Its not too common, but not too rare which makes it good.
i think that jason is the coolest, best , man ever and i have a hot rod and i have zz top to go with it and i think i have the coolest life in the world!!!
My name is Jason,and I think It's a cool name.Everybody calls me Jay and I love it.And in Irish,it is "S?as?n" (pronounced shay-sawn in Irish).I bet you didn't know that!
As the graph shows, Jason was VERY popular in the 70's. There were always four or five Jason's in my grade. Don't know where everyone else's parents got it from, but my Mum happened to watch "Jason and the Argonauts" while pregnant and she loved it. I like the name, but hate it when people shorten it to Jas. It'sounds poofy.
My name is Jason and I love it. Never a problem with pronouncing it or spelling. Great name.
I really like the name Jason. It's my name (obviously a big reason) but there's something about it that's just different. You always see a lot of John's and Ryan's (which is a pretty cool name too). But I only know like 2 or 3 Jason's so I feel special and unique where I'm at even'though there have been millions of Jason's in the world.
My name is Jason Randolph, im a United States Marine currently stationed in Iraq. Im proud to have the name Jason, i never asked my parents why they named me Jason, but that dosent matter to me cause i am just honored knowing that they are the ones who gave it to me.
for some unknown reason, people keep confusing my name (Jason) with Justin
i love this name it just pretty when and if i have kids this will be it's name but i plan on spelling it different "Jaycion Lee" i love it