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441 Jerioth Biblical Kettles, breaking asunder. F
442 Jerrilyn English Modern blend of Jerry and Marilyn. F
443 Jerry English Diminutive of Geraldine: A feminine form of Gerald, meaning ruling spear. Famous bearer: The Earl of Surrey wrote a series of love poems titled, 'the fair Geraldine', to Lady Elizabeth Fitzgerald. F
444 Jeruel Biblical Fear, or vision of God. F
445 Jerusha Biblical Banished, possession, inheritance. F
446 Jerusha Hebrew Married. F
447 Jeshimon Biblical Solitude, desolation. F
448 Jeshishai Biblical Ancient, rejoicing exceedingly. F
449 Jess Hebrew Diminutive of Jessica: Rich. God beholds. The daughter of Shylock in Shakespeare's play 'The Merchant of Venice'. F

450 Jess Scottish Diminutive of Jessie: A diminutive of Janet. Also a diminutive of Jessamine or Jessical. F
451 Jessamina French Jasmine. F
452 Jessamine French Jasmine. F
453 Jessamine Persian Variant of Jasmine: From the name of the flower, jasmine. F
454 Jessamyn Arabic A flower name from the older form Jessamine. F
455 Jessamyn French A flower name from the older form Jessamine. F
456 Jessamyn Persian Variant of Jasmine: From the name of the flower, jasmine. F
457 Jessica Hebrew Rich. God beholds. The daughter of Shylock in Shakespeare's play 'The Merchant of Venice'. F
458 Jessica Shakespearean 'The Merchant of Venice' Daughter to Shylock. F
459 Jessie English Diminutive of Jane: God has been gracious. A feminine form of John. Also a variant of Jennifer: Fair and yielding. F
460 Jessie Hebrew Diminutive of Jessica: Rich. God beholds. F