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Joële, derived from Joëlle, is the feminine version of Joël. The latter has Hebrew origins: "Yo'el" or "Yoael" meaning "Yahweh is God". Joel also comes from the Hebrew "Jehovah", which means "God is".
Joel is one of the twelve prophets of the Old Testament who wrote "The Book of Joel". In England, this name is first used as a Christian name after the Protestant reform.
The feminine version of this name, which is Joële, is pronounced "Jhowahl". Joële is a variant of "Joelle".
The Bible refers to Joel as "the one who wants" or "the one who commands".
No Joële known but Joëlle.
Joëlle Léandre, French double bassist, Joëlle Mogensen, singer of French rock band "Il était une fois", French producer and actress Joëlle Sevilla (creator of the Kaamelott series), French singer Joëlle Zouk (from Zouk Machine) ...
Saint Joel, author of the "Book of Joel", is one of the twelve little prophets of the Old Testament.
His character :
Joële is a young woman attracted by avant-gardism, mysticism, philosophy and mysteries. She likes to flourish in a quiet atmosphere and often needs solitude. This does not prevent him from being sociable when she wants. It will reveal its capabilities in sales, travel, advertising, fashion or computer.
Joelle, Joella, Jael, Jaeli, Jaella, Jahel, Jahla, Jahlee, Jahli, Jaila, Jaili, Jala, Jalah, Jalee, Jaleh, Jalil, Jael, Jody, Jodie, Joe, Joel, Joel and Joelle.
His party :
The Joëles celebrate on July 13th.
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