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Meaning of the Name Jack

The first name Jack is of English, Polish, Shakespearean, Hebrew origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

English: From the Name John
Polish: God is Gracious
English: God is Gracious; Also a Pet Form of John
Shakespearean: 'Henry Vi, Part ' Jack Cade, a Rebel
Hebrew: Supplanter
English: Diminutive of John: God is Gracious. During the Middle Ages, Jack Was So Common That it Was Used As a General Term for 'Man' or 'Boy'. Famous Bearer: American Actor Jack Lemmon

Similar Names

Ja | Jace | Jacek | Jackie | Jacky | Jacy | Jae | Jag | Jago | Jah |

Related Names

Cade  (Shakespearean)
'Henry Vi, Part ' Jack Cade, a Rebel
Glenda  (Welsh)
Derived from a Compound of Words Meaning Holy and Good. Famous Bearer: British Actress Glenda Jackson
Hesutu  (Native American)
Lifting Yellow Jacket's Nest Out of the Ground
Hesutu  (Native American)
Yellow Jacket's Nest Rising Out of the Ground (Miwok)
Jackee  (Scottish)
Form of Jacob (Jacobina, Jacki, Jackie, Jacoba, Jacobette)
Jacki  (English)
Abbreviation of Jacqueline Which is the Feminine of Jacques
Jackie  (French)
From Jacqueline or Jaclyn
Jackie  (French)
Diminutive of Jacqueline: Supplanter. Feminine Form of Jacques (Jacob). Introduced into Britain in the Th Century
Jackie  (Scottish)
God Has Been Gracious; Has Shown Favor. Based on John or Jacques
Jackie  (English)
Diminutive of Jack, Derived from John: God is Gracious. During the Middle Ages, Jack Was So Common That it Was Used As a General Term for 'Man' or 'Boy'. Famous Bearer: American Actor Jack Lemmon. Use
Jackleen  (English)
Abbreviation of Jaqueline Which is the Feminine of Jacques
Jacklynn  (English)
Abbreviation of Jaqueline Which is the Feminine of Jacques
Jackson  (English)
Son of Jack
Jackson  (English)
Jack's,,, (Jacky, Jakson, Jacksen)
Jackson  (Scottish)
God Has Been Gracious; Has Shown Favor. Based on John or Jacques
Jacky  (Scottish)
God Has Been Gracious; Has Shown Favor. Based on John or Jacques
Jacky  (French)
Diminutive of Jacqueline: Supplanter. Feminine Form of Jacques (Jacob). Introduced into Britain in the Th Century
Jacquline  (Hebrew)
Sup- Planter (Jackelyn, Jacklyn, Jaclin, Jaclvn, Jacquelyn, Jacqui, Jacquie)
Jaxine  (English)
Variant of Jacinta. Also a Contemporary Blend of Jack and Maxine
Jaxon  (American)
Son of Jack
Jermain  (Latin)
Brotherly. Variant of Germaine. Singer Jermaine Jackson
Jermaine  (English)
Brotherly. Variant of Germaine. Singer Jermaine Jackson
Jermaine  (Latin)
Brotherly. Variant of Germaine. Singer Jermaine Jackson
Jermane  (Latin)
Brotherly. Variant of Germaine. Singer Jermaine Jackson
Jermayne  (Latin)
Brotherly. Variant of Germaine. Singer Jermaine Jackson
Jock  (English)
Variant of Jack: Diminutive of John: God is Gracious. During the Middle Ages, Jack Was So Common That it Was Used As a General Term for 'Man' or 'Boy'. Famous Bearer: American Actor Jack Lemmon
Jock  (Scottish)
God is Gracious;A Variant of Jack, Which is a Pet Form of John (God is Gracious). Jock is Also Bestowed As an Independent Given Name. Pet Names: Jockan, Jockie, Jocky. (Jok)
Jock  (Scottish)
God is Gracious. A Diminutive of John and Influenced by Jack. Today, Jock is Commonly Used As a Nickname for Someone Who is Heavily Involved in Sports and Has Been Used in the Past As a Nickname for a
John  (Hebrew)
God is Merciful (Jack, Johnny, Jock, Jon, Jay, Jan, Jean, Lan, Ivan)
Keme  (Native American)
Secret Pajackok - Thunder (Algonquin)
Latoya  (Spanish)
Victorious One. Derived from Victoria. Singer Latoya Jackson
Michael  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, Part ' Sir Michael, a Friend to the Archbishop of York. 'Henry Vi, Part ' Michael and His Company are Followers of Jack Cade, a Rebel
Momuso  (American)
Yellow Jacks Piled Up in Their Nest in Winter
Muata  (Native American)
Yellow Jackets Inside a Nest (Miwok)
Muata  (American)
Jackets in the Nest
Oya  (American)
Naming or Speaking of the Jacksnipe
Oya  (Native American)
Naming or Speaking of the Jacksnipe
Seoc  (Gaelic)
God is Gracious; Gaelic Form of Jock, Which is a Variant Form of Jack, Itself a Pet Form of John. Pet Name: Seocan. (Shok)
Vidar  (Scandinavian)
Lumberjack
Yotimo  (American)
Yellow Jacket Carrying Pieces of Meat from a House to Its Nest

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