Janov (Czech pronunciation: [ˈjanof]) is a Czech and Slovak toponym derived from local variants of personal name Jan (English: John with meaning "John's" (e.g. farm, etc.). In both languages it is also an exonym for the Italian city of Genoa. It may refer, also in the form Yanov, to:
- Janov (Bruntál District)
- Janov (Děčín District)
- Janov (Rakovník District)
- Janov (Rychnov nad Kněžnou District)
- Janov (Svitavy District)
- Janov nad Nisou
and many more
- Yaniv (village) (Ukrainian: Янів - Russian: Янов, Yanov), a village in south of Pripyat, Kiev Oblast
- Janov Pelorat, a character in the Foundation Series of books by Isaac Asimov
- Arthur Janov, American psychologist
- Janov's warnings was named after him
- Matej of Janov (Janow) (? - 1394, Prague ), a Bohemian ecclesiastical writer. He was the son of Wenzel of Janow
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