Its source is Yochanan, a Hebrew name meaning "God's grace."
This boy's name is used in French.
Yochanan was rendered in Greek as Ioannes, which in turn was translated into Latin as Iohannes. From one or both of these intermediaries come the many modern forms of this name, including John (English), Johannes (German), Juan (Spanish),Eoin (Gaelic), and Jean (French).
French chef who owns restaurants in New York and London.
Received the 1995 Robert Mondavi Culinary Award of Excellence (see list of Chefs)