Jojo

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Gender: F Origin of Jojo: English, diminutive of Jo-beginning names

Sprightly and engaging nickname for human, full name for pet.

Famous People Named Jojo

Joseann Alexie "Jojo" Offerman, American pro wrestler
Joelle Joni "JoJo" Siwa, American child dancer/actress of TV's "Dance Moms"
Alicia "JoJo" Starbuck, American pair skater
Joelle "JoJo" Fletcher, American reality TV personality (The "Bachelorette")
Joanna "Jojo" Gaines, American reality TV personality ("Fixer Upper")
Joanna "JoJo" Levesque, American singer
Pauline Sara Jo "Jojo" Moyes, English novelist
Josiane "Miss Jojo" Uwineza, Rwandan R&B singer
Deborah Jo "JoJo" Billingsley, American singer of the Honkettes
Jo Jo Laine (born Joanne LaPatrie), American singer and actress

Pop Culture References for the name Jojo

Jojo Harte, main character on Irish TV series "Raw"
Jojo Tickle, main character on animated series "Jojo's Circus"
Jojo, the Kissing Bandit, character in the Avatar: The Last Airbender trading card game