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Janice

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Gender: Female Meaning of Janice: "God's gracious gift" Origin of Janice: Variation of Jane

The name Janice is a girl's name meaning "God's gracious gift". Janice and is often added to lists like Names That Mean Blessed and discussed in our forums with posts like "Girls Makeover - Two Middles".

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For a minute or two this sounded more modern than Janet, now equally outmoded.

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paulapuddephatt Says:

2016-11-24T19:45:34

I agree with you. I like a lot of the names that are written off as "dated", on this site and in general. It's interesting that ultra old-fashioned names are okay, because they are vintage, but names that are not quite so old-fashioned are dismissed. I get that sometimes it does take time for a name to be ready for a comeback, but if it's a nice enough name, it can be fine for people to continue to use it, on a small scale, for maybe ten or twenty years, or longer. It will be that much more unusual and special, in a generation where every other person doesn't have the same, or a similar, name.

paulapuddephatt Says:

2016-11-24T19:39:06

Lovely name. I've always liked Janice/Janis. Jani would work as a nickname, and sounds cute, and Jan would be an option, if she preferred that, when she was older.

scblovesnames Says:

2015-09-18T04:04:21

Dated doesn't mean it isn't nice, just means it belongs to our Grandparents generation. I think it's really nice, probably won't use it though just because there are other names I like better.

rie Says:

2015-03-01T22:37:05

Common name in the 1950's.