JOURNEY B

latin
dĭēs > dĭurnus > jornee > journee

This name derives from the Middle English “journee”, from the Old French “jornee” meaning “Daytime, during the day”. In turn this name derives from from the Latin “dĭurnus” (diū “by day” +‎ -rnus “suffix forming adjectives”), from the Old Latin “dĭēs”, meaning “”day, the day, the passage of time”. Finally, the name means "one who travels in happy moments".

ENGLISH ENGLISH
JOURNEY B English