Eoin

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Eoin (pronounced like "Owen", "O-in", or "Own", and sometimes spelt Eóin, Eoghan or Eoinn) is an Irish name, closely related to Welsh 'Owain' (anglicized as 'Owen') and related to the Scottish Gaelic name Iain. It is also cognate with English John ('Jon' etc) and 'Ian', and European equivalents such as 'Jan', 'Johan' etc . In the Irish language, it is the name used for all Biblical figures known as John in English, including John the Baptist and John the Apostle.

Well-known Eoins (people and places etc., personal names and surnames) include the following:

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