The name Josaline is traditionally given to girls and is said to have originated in German, the land of great thinkers and masterpiece literature. The meaning of Josaline is a ‘member of the German tribe’. It also means ‘cheerful’ or ‘merry’. This name plays a significant role in the German Middle ages. It refers to the Germanic tribe, the Geats, also known as ‘the Goths’. The Geats existed during the middle ages near Sweden. Josaline is also seen as a variant of the name Joseline and Josaline, which may also mean ‘Jehovah increases’. This phrase comes from Psalms. It connotes that let the good lord bless again and again. Some also see Josaline as a variation of the masculine name Joseph, a Hebrew name that appears in the Bible twice. Firstly, in the ‘Book of Genesis’. Joseph, the son of Jacob and Rebecca, saved the people of Egypt at the time of famine. Secondly, Joseph is also mentioned in the ‘NewTestament’. Here, Joseph is the consort of Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ. All these trivia marks the richness of this name. Joseline, Jocelyn, and Jocyln are alternatives originating from the same cognate.