How to pronounce Jack ja-ck What does my name mean?
Meaning of Jack: God is Gracious, Son of Jack, He who Supplants, Diminutive of Jack, In addition to the form of John (meaning: God is merciful). In the UK very popular. Namesakes: Jack Nicholson, American actor.
Jack was ranked 40 in 2015 US male names list and elevated by 2.44% from its previous ranking of 41 in 2014. Jack was ranked 963 in 2015 list of US girls name and dropped by 1.48% from its previous ranking of 949 in 2014. Anglo-Saxon form of Jacques. Comes from the Hebrew "ya'agob" Means: "he who supplants" If party on July 25 or May 3. Particularly effective in the business world,Jackflourish on the ground in the concrete. More sellers than managers,Jackare made for direct contact and quick decisions. Jack are stubborn and tricky temperaments that make their own way, even ifJackgive you the impression to follow you. Fighting men, volunteers,Jackare also contestaires stimulate and failures.
Full form of Jack : Judicious Admirable Cheerful Kind-Hearted
Jack is a very very popular first name for a boy in England & Wales which is popular since 1996 and ranked 2 in 2014. Around 155215 people wear Jack as their first name. Jack is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.
Jack is a very very popular first name for a boy in United States which is popular since 1888 and ranked 40 (0.213429% bearer) in 2015 in US. Around 670805 people wear Jack as their first name. Jack is a rare first name for a girl in United States which is a rare name since 1889 and ranked 40 (0.213429% bearer) in 2015 in US. Only 670805 people have Jack as their first name. Jack is not a native United States and Jack may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name. 0.187647% of people in US have this given name.
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History of Jack
Fifty six Jacques is listed in the catalog of saints. Among the key: Jacques le Majeur, elder brother of John the Evangelist. It is one of the first to leave everything to follow Christ and was martyred in Jerusalem in the year 44. We celebrated on July 25; then Jacques le Mineur, considered the first bishop of Jerusalem and author of the Epistle of St. Jacques, died stoned in AD 62. It celebrates May 3
Expression number of Jack is 7.
Jack likes to research and reason to know the answers of hidden questions as Jack are gifted with an analytical mind. Jack are always on the quest for knowledge and wisdom and loves being alone.
Names that rhyme with Jack
Barack, Billyjack, Black, Boback, Brack, Cormack, Dack, Isaack, Isack, Issack, Izaack, Izack, Jack, Johnjack, Lujack, Mack, Malack, Meshack, Pollack, ShackFamous people named Jack
Jack Body, New Zealander composer, photographer and ethnomusicologist
Jack Broughton, English fighter, who was the first person to organize a set of rules to be used in competitions of boxing
Jack Hulbert, British actor
Jack McDuff, American jazz organist, pianist and composer
Jack Duarte, Mexican actor, singer and model
Jack Walrath, American jazz trumpet player and flautist
Jack Griffo, American singer, songwriter and musician
Jack Oakie, American actor
Jack Edward Miller, American professional wrestler
Jack Blades, American musician. He has worked in bands like Rubicon, Night Ranger and Damn Yankees
Jack Kemp, American politician and a professional player in both American football and Canadian football
Lani Jackson in The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring as Stunts
Jacklynn Smith in Ain't Them Bodies Saints as Actress
Jackie Goldberg in You Must Remember This as Actress
Angela Jackson in The Mask as Editorial Department
Alexis Jackson in Gardens of the Night as Actress
Jackie Lou Blanco in Hihintayin kita sa langit as Actress
Sarah Jackman in Vagabond as Actress
Jacki MacDonald in Hey Hey, It's Saturday as
Susan Jackson in Cabin Fever as Producer
Carolyn Jackson in Fast Cars Fast Women as Actress
Jack Nicholson, actor,producer
Jack Lemmon, actor,producer
Jack Arnold, director,producer,writer
Jack Benny, actor,producer
Jack Elam, actor
Jack Klugman, actor,writer,director
Jack Palance, actor,director
Jack Cardiff, cinematographer,director
Jack Clayton, producer,director,assistant director
Jack C. Thomas, writer,producer
Jack Haigis, editor,sound department
Jack Blum, actor,writer,producer
Jack Sojka, producer,production manager,writer
Jack Noseworthy, actor
Jack Martin Smith, art director,production designer
Jack Draper, cinematographer,director
Jack N. Green, cinematographer,director
Jack Greenhalgh, cinematographer
Jack Hildyard, cinematographer
Jack A. Marta, cinematographer
Jack Priestley, cinematographer,director
Jack Nitzsche, composer
Jack Carson, actor
Jack Gwillim, actor
Jack Aaron, actor
Jack Abbott, actor,writer,assistant director
Jack Abramoff, producer,writer
Jack Ackerman, actor
Jack Ackroyd, actor
Jack Ackroyd, actor
Jack Ad'Din, director
Jack Adair, actor
Jack Adalist, actor,producer
Jack Adams, actor
Jack Adams, actor
Jack Ader, actor Names like Jack Jack Namesakes Related Names: Jac, Jacab, Jacaden, Jacai, Jacaiden, Jacaleb, Jacalyn, Jacalynn, Jacameron, Jacan, Jacara, Jacaranda, Jacare, Jacaree, Jacarey, Jacari, Jacaria, Jacarie, Jacarion, Jacarious
Posts having Jack: Comments :Jack [ dʒæk ] is an english first name and last name originated in medieval period. It is most commonly known as first name for people with the (official) name John (German: Johannes), but partly also as a nickname for people named Jacob employed or assigned as an independent name. Jack comes from Jankin, short Anglo-Saxon for the first name John (January and the diminutive kin, "Little John") but also for the first names like Jackson, Jonathan, etc. It tends to emerge as full name. In Hebrew Jack means the by Yahweh gifted. Jack may also be a variant of Spanish name Juan / Santiago.
In the Middle Ages, the name was so widespread that jack , via a process deonomastico , became a common term to refer broadly to a "man" (especially those belonging to the classes below), similar to what happened with the names Jenny , Tom and Godric . From there, exactly as happened with Jenny , the use is also extended to male animals and mechanical tools (as they replaced these human workers). The name Jack is also very common in fairy tales and folklore of medieval origin, with well-known characters like Jack Sprat , Jack Frost , Jack-o'-lantern and many others. In France , it is used as a "modern" version of the name Jacques. It should be noted that the diminutive Jackie, if female, it should be related not to Jack but Jacqueline.
Variants: Jake, Jace, Jacke, Jackie, Jeike - Luise Lavigne Popularity of Jack