Jacqueline
Origin/Usage
Hebrew
Pronunciation
JAK-ə-leen/JAK-ə-lin
Meaning
One who supplants
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Jacqueline originates in Hebrew language and means "one who supplants". It is a feminine form of Jacques, ultimately derived from Jacob. Jacqueline has always been one of the most popular names not only in English-speaking countries. It has been used since the 17th century and in the United States it was popularized by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, the wife of President John F. Kennedy.

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Famous Jacquelines

Jacqueline Cooper - writer
Jacqueline Guest - writer
Jacqueline Dana - writer
Jacqueline McKenzie - actress
Jacqueline Sturm - published author
Jacqueline Susann - writer
Jacqueline Obradors - actress
Jacqueline Blay - writer
Jacqueline Maillan - actress
Jacqueline Dumas - writer
Jacqueline Collen - actress
Jacqueline Kennedy - U.S. First Lady in the 20th century
Jacqueline Nugget - writer
Jacqueline Blay - writer
Jacqueline Hick - artist
Jacqueline Bisset - actress

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