If this is something you need to do somewhat frequently, you will probably find it useful to have a script to do it. Following is a quickly assembled Bash script which can do the job:
if [ ! -e $src_dir ] ; then
echo "Could not find source directory $src_dir."
let "ret_code += 1"
if [ ! -e $dest_dir ] ; then
echo "Could not find destination directory $dest_dir. (Use mkdir to create.)"
let "ret_code += 2"
if [ $ret_code -eq 0 ] ; then
for dir_to_move in $src_dir/*$dir_str ; do
echo "For '$dir_to_move':"
cmd="mv $dir_to_move $dest_dir"
echo "Executing: $cmd"
Use your favorite editor to create the script.
While it's not that advanced, it has some flexibility, in that you can specify the text in the directory names that are to be moved, and the source and destination directories. If you named the file holding the script "mv_dirs.sh", then to run it to achieve your stated goal, you can enter something like this:
sh mv_dirs.sh _jony /example /jony
To actually make this work, you'll need write permission in the root (/) directory, which normal users don't usually have.