- n. A female given name.
- From Welsh Gwenhwyfar, from gwen ("fair, white"), and ghwyf ("smooth"); the Welsh equivalent of the Irish Fionnbharr, derived from Goidelic fionn ("white, fair") and barr ("head"). (Wiktionary)
“DREW KESSE, FATHER OF JENNIFER KESSE (via phone): I about truly believe that there is the opportunity for that to have happened with Jennifer.”
“DREW KESSE, JENNIFER ` S FATHER: The last time that we saw Jennifer was actually her boss on January 23rd at approximately 6: 00 p.m.”
“DIANA DEGARMO, FRIEND AND FELLOW "AMERICAN IDOL" CONTESTANT OF JENNIFER HUDSON: Well, I know how close Jennifer was to her mother and her brother, very similar to my family situation.”
“This means we are closing in – Jennifer is in Halifax and Deborah is in Victoria.”
“Instead... the title Jennifer's Body didn't really say much besides that it may be a weird porn flick or something.”
“Using the name Jennifer Shackleton, she described Mr Osborne as "the straight one of the bunch" compared to his friends and emphasised that he never attended sex parties she hosted.”
“My only question is why anyone who was choosing would actually pick the name Jennifer, which is my most loathed thing in the world?”
“Jennifer is the all-knowing sage of Morelia and she provided an excellent list of hotels.”
“Of course, Jennifer is right about threads going astray but where-else but MexConnect can one sign on for information about Mexico and unexpectedly find pearls exalting Armenian food.”
“Jennifer is a graduate student at Temple University in the Master in Public Health program.”
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