Name Joas - Meaning and origin

Name Joas - Meaning and origin

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Meaning of the name:

The name Joas is derived from the Hebrew Yehô'āsh which means "given by the Lord".


Son of the former Prime Minister of Burkina Faso, Joas Zongo is the founder of the International Institute of Higher Technical Education in that country.
Joas Van der Schoot is a research professor in the field of Christianity and the history of ideas at the University of Groningen.
The Bible mentions a Joas in the Old Testament. He would have become King of Jerusalem at age 7 and reigned for 40 years.

His character :

Joas is undoubtedly a talented man with many strings to his bow. Endowed with a natural authority, he imposes his will without taking into account the opinion of those around him. It will tame this character trait from his childhood. A little brother or sister will make him less selfish and more attentive to the needs of others. Bursting with energy, Joas will dazzle with his constant dynamism and his joie de vivre. He likes to behave like a hero at the slightest problem. In return, he hopes for unlimited recognition and admiration from his family.

In love, Joas shows little interest in serious and lasting relationships. He advocates passion and sensuality, but hates to be burdened with commitments. Considering polygamy as part of the natural order of things, Joas is not one to marry. However, one day, he will get tired of his life as an old boy and start a family.


This name has no derivative.

His party :

There is no special day to celebrate Joas.

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