- n. A female given name.
- From a Middle English feminine form of John, from Old French Jehane; sometimes considered Scottish. (Wiktionary)
“Instead we wrote JEAN in the snow with foot prints and Jean played snow football lots.”
“The first Grand Master of the Priory proper is listed as Jean de Gisors, who is said to have taken the title Jean II.”
“According to the Dossiers Secrets, the first Grand Master of the Priory of Sion, a Norman nobleman called Jean de Gisors, took the title Jean II.”
“But Madeline only laughed at what she called Jean's neat little scheme for getting the last word.”
“The French historian Jean Markale summarizes the Priory’s odd explanation that Jean de Gisors took this title because “the title Jean I was traditionally reserved for Christ.””
“The story: Captain Jean-Luc Picard awakes on the Enterprise-E from a nightmare involving his assimilation by the Borg.”
“But living the American dream turns into a living nightmare for mother and daughter in Jean Kwok's searing debut novel.”
“AUDIO FILE: Listen to Jean-Marc pronounce the French word vélo and read the French sentence, above.”
“Jean-Marc's USA Wine Tour: If you are near Tampa on March 24th, you are very welcome to join Jean-Marc for one of his wine tastings.”
“Audio File: Listen to Jean-Marc pronounce the French word "grimpette" and the example sentence: Download Grimpette (mp3).”
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