Crossword clues for jon
- English composer/pianist Lord
- "Mad Men" actor Hamm
- Grammy-nominated film composer Brion
- Funny Stewart
- Pianist Nakamatsu
- Stewart in the "Wordplay" documentary
- Actor Hamm of "Mad Men"
- Rapper Lil ___
- Ned's adoptive son on "Game of Thrones"
- Rocker Bon Jovi
- Stewart of "The Daily Show"
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Jón is an Old Norse common name still widely used in Iceland and the Faroes. According to Icelandic custom, people named Jón are generally referred to by first and middle names and those without a middle name are referred to with both first name and patronym disambiguation is required.
Jón is derived from the name Johannes (English John) with the original meaning being God ( Yahweh) is gracious. The name is one of the most frequently given names in Iceland. In 2002, it was ranked first before Sigurður and Guðmundur.
Jon is a shortened form of the name Jonathan
JON or Jon may also refer to:
- Jón, an Old Norse common name still widely used in Iceland and the Faroes
- Jon (film), a 1983 Finnish film
- Jon (Korean surname) (Korean: ), also transliterated Jeon
- Jon (Serer surname)
- JBoss Operations Network, network management software
- The Jon, alias of Jonathan Sprague, former member of Steam Powered Giraffe
- Jon, a shorten name for Jonathan in Jonathan Jafari, the person who runs JonTron on YouTube.
Jon is a 1983 Finnish drama film directed by Jaakko Pyhälä. It was entered into the 13th Moscow International Film Festival.
Usage examples of "jon".
Even more mysterious was the accrediting of the screenplay to both Montreau and an unknown writer, Jeff Jones, a man who had miraculously come out of his coma after five years.
Herbert may or may not have latched on to what Ashmore was doing for you, but I’m pretty sure she had suspicions about the Jones kids.
Bernard, and of Sir William Jones in his book on Bailments, to show that Southcote v.
There's any number of Jimmy Blevinses out there in the world but its Jimmy Blevins Smith and Jimmy Blevins Jones.
Jon was still busy on the telephone, coordinating launch activities with his Blytheville headquarters.
Hertzler (Martok), Barry Jenner (Ross), Caroline Kava (Russell), Clyde Kusatsu (Nakamura), Gates McFadden (Crusher), Erik Menyuk (the Traveler), Diana Muldaur (Pulaski), Kate Mulgrew (Janeway), Suzie Plakson (K’Ehleyr), Marina Sirtis (Troi), Brent Spiner (Data), Patrick Stewart (Picard), Wil Wheaton (Wesley), and the quartet of Marc Worden, James Sloyan, Brian Bonsall, and Jon Steuer (who played Alexander at different ages).
Three hours after he had visited the Boones, Jones rode up and down on seven elevators and limped through a mile and a half of silent cork-floored corridors and finally located the section he wanted.
Hence she had acquainted Jones with her being above-stairs in bed, in hopes that he might have caught her in Square's arms.
It was therefore impossible for Jones to do without child labour until such time as an act of Parliament should forbid it for all employers.
When the third showing finished, Tim, Jon, and Casper began to acquire action verbs by demonstration.
But like Jones, he knew that, even with the Navy's infusion of power and the bravery and technical superiority of the NATO air forces, the lopsided kill ratios would soon start to erode.
Jones was doing all the talking with the base's air traffic controllers, as Hunter was busy trying to keep the plane aloft without benefit of the broad stabilizer flaps.
In fact, the nearest thing Grantville had to the Anglican Communion was the Reverends Jones and their congregation, and the history of Methodism didn't start for another century, and that with their divergence from the Church of England.
Jones was monitoring the attitude indicator with its artificial horizon, ready to take over the steering if the automated systems failed.
Anyone you were robbing at gunpoint was just as likely to turn over the money whether you said your name was Smith or Jones, and the law would take far longer as they tried to figure out who'd done it.