Jennifer
Origin/Usage
Welsh
Pronunciation
JEN-i-fər
Meaning
Woman of white magic
More info about the name "Jennifer"

Jennifer is ultimately derived from Guinevere. Guinevere originates in Welsh language and means "woman of white magic". This was the name of a legendary character in Arthurian legends. She was the wife of King Arthur and a lover of Sir Lancelot, Arthur's chief knight. Throughout history, Guinevere was an inspiration for many plays, songs and films. As a feminine given name Jennifer has been used in the English-speaking countries since the 20th century and nowadays is one of the most popular given names in the United States.

Popularity of the Name Jennifer
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Famous Jennifers

Jennifer Aniston - actress
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Jennifer Love Hewitt - actress
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Jennifer Finnigan - actress
Jennifer Grey - actress
Jennifer Leigh - actress
Jennifer Tilly - actress
Jennifer Atkinson - writer
Jennifer Ball - musician
Jennifer Beck - writer
Jennifer Bell - jazz artist
Jennifer Bunney - actress
Jennifer Cole - actress
Jennifer Crabtree - writer
Jennifer Crusie - writer
Jennifer Dabbs - writer
Jennifer Dunn - politician
Jennifer Van Grove - Journalist
Jennifer Lawrence - actress

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