Jacqueline Name Meaning & Origin
Origin of the name Jacqueline:
Borrowed from the French, Jacqueline is a feminine form of Jacques, which is a variant of James and Jacob. Both of these names are derived from the Hebrew ya`aqob (supplanting, seizing by the heel).
From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman.
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- Nicknames for Jacqueline
Jackie, Jacqui, Jacquie, Ellen, Kaylynn, Jack, Jax, Jackson, Jackster, Jay, Lin,Jakes
- Meanings and history of the name Jacqueline
Feminine form of James or Jacob, meaning "supplanter".
- Famous real-life people named Jacqueline
Jacqueline "Jackie" Evancho - American child opera singer
Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy - wife of 35th president of the United States
Jacqueline Saburido, Venezuelan burn survivor
Jacqueline Bisset, English actress
Jacqueline Emerson, American singer and actress
Jacqueline Whitmore - American etiquette expert
Jacqueline Davies, author of children's series "The Lemonade War"
Jacqueline Wilson, British children's author
Jacqueline Fernandez, Sri Lankan actress
- Jacqueline in song, story & screen
"Jacqueline," a song by Scottish rock band Franz Ferdinand
Jacqueline "Jackie" Burkhart - Character from That 70's Show, played by Mila Kunis
"Jacqueline", a song by Bobby Helms, rock-a-billy singer, from his debut album "Fraulein" in 1957.