Origin of first name:
Anglo-Saxons, Celts, Greeks, Hebrews
Meaning of the name:
"Evans" comes from the Anglicization of "Evan", a Welsh form of "John". Its roots are the Hebrew words "yo" and "hanan", terms used to say "Gods are merciful".
We can also consider the Greek "evangelios" as the origin of this name. It translates as "good news".
Trinidadian footballer Evans Wise, Haitian journalist and politician Evans Paul, international footballer Evans Kongogbia ...
There are more than 210 saints named "John," according to the Church. Among others, the Evangelist Saint John (among the first of the list of the twelve apostles of Christ) and Saint John the Baptist (prophet who announced the coming of Jesus of Nazareth) ...
His character :
Evans surprises with his reflections of all kinds. The thirst for knowledge drives him to devote his time to reading. Add to his keen curiosity a synthetic memory and you will understand that Evans is a first class intellectual.
Despite his proud and superior looks, Evans is an endearing character. We always discover new things in his company.
Ewan, Evan, Evan, Hevan, Evhan, Ewans, Evahn ...
His party :
The people named "Evans" are honored on December 27th.
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