Is it "Y" as in Yew-nee-us and Yew-day-us
Is it "J" as in Jew-nee-us and Jew-day-us
Is it "I" as in eye-oo-nee-us and Eye-oo-day-us
And given that (according to my book) the "C" is always hard as in "cat" and that the dipthong "ae" is pronounced "eye" as in "high", does this mean that Julius Caesar was actually Yew-lee-us Kai-zar?
JOHN m English, Biblical
English form of Johannes, which was the Latin form of the Greek name Ioannes, itself derived from the Hebrew name Yochanan meaning "YAHWEH is gracious". This name owes its consistent popularity to two New Testament characters, both highly revered as saints. The first was John the Baptist, the forerunner of Jesus Christ, who was beheaded by Herod Antipas. The second was the apostle John who was also supposedly the author of the fourth Gospel and Revelation. The name has been borne by 23 popes, as well as kings of England, Hungary, Poland, Portugal and France. It was also borne by the poet John Milton and the philosopher John Locke.
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