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Correct spelling: jean

Definition of jean:

  1. A twilled cotton cloth. Satin jean, a jean woven smooth and glossy, after the manner of satin.

Common misspellings for jean:


Jean \jean\

God is gracious
Jean as a girl's name (also used as boy's name Jean), is pronounced jeen. It is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Jean is "God is gracious". Variant of Jane, from John. Originally from the Hebrew Yochana and translated into Latin as Joanna or Johanna. These then developed into the Old French Jehanne. The name retains a Scottish flavour. See also Sheena. Actresses Jean Arthur, Jean Harlow.
Related names:
Jon, Sean, shawn, Gina, Janae, Jenna, jenny, Jessie.
jan, Jon, Juan, Sean, shawn, Jian, jan, Gina, Janae, Jenna, jenny, Jessie, Joan, Jen, Jenn.
gene, Jeanelle, Jeanette, Jeannine, Jenette, Jeanna, Jeena, Genie, Jeanine, Jeana, jennet, Jeanice, Jeane, Jeanee, Jeaneen, Jeanene, Jeanie, Jeanique, Jeanne, Jeanneen, Jeannetta, Jeannette, Jeannie, Jeannique, Jenica, Jennetta, Jennine.

Google Ngram Viewer results for jean:

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Examples of usage for jean:

  1. And his eyes were eyes which Jean respected as he never had respected anything before. –  by
  2. Jean Boucher lifted a paddle to hit the creature as soon as she was down. –  by
  3. Jean Boucher and his son are at the dancing. –  by

Quotes for jean:

  1. If Jesus Christ came back today, He and I would get into our brown corduroys and go to the nearest jean store and overturn the racks of blue denim.
  2. At the end of '69 I did a gig with Jean Luc Ponty here in L. A. He was an electric violinist.
  3. Yes, Jean Monnet was the father of the concept of a United States of Europe and his efforts more than those of any other single man helped change the thinking of European leaders.
  4. Jean's whole job is to protect Victoria. Jean is a very practical, very orderly, very disciplined person; she is the personality called the gatekeeper.
  5. I became a better listener than I ever had been as a result of playing Jean Luc Picard because it was one of the things that he does terrifically well.

Rhymes for jean:

  1. bean, clean, dean, gean, gene, glean, green, greene, kean, keen, lean, lien, mean, mien, preen, queen, scene, screen, seen, sheen, spleen, teen, wean, lene, meine, plein, skene, treen, steen, cian, keane, deane, deen, frean, freen, keene, breen, jeane, jeanne, leen, wein, nene, haen, wien, mclean;
  2. baleen, benzene, between, caffeine, canteen, careen, casein, citrine, colleen, convene, cuisine, demean, eighteen, eugene, feldene, fifteen, foreseen, fourteen, latrine, machine, marine, moline, moreen, nineteen, obscene, pauline, preteen, racine, ravine, sabine, saline, sardine, selene, serene, sixteen, slovene, sunscreen, thirteen, umpteen, unclean, unseen, vaccine, sistine, corinne, amin, aileen, cathleen, celine, charlene, christine, claudine, clymene, doreen, eileen, francine, irene, janine, jolene, justine, kathleen, kristine, lurleen, maureen, maxine, nadine, noreen, aldin, ameen, chretien, joaquin, ardeen, wileen, aleen, alene, arleen, helene, carleen, charleen, sharleen, charline, deneen, georgine, jeanine, laureen, laurene, lorene, marleen, myrlene, marleene, martine, philene, sarene, shirleen, coleen, ireene, marcin, agin, medin, salin, killeen, crimean, levine, seguin, onscreen, lamine;
  3. figurine, gelatine, hallowe'en, halloween, intervene, propylene, reconvene, seventeen, submarine, tambourine, tangerine, trampoline, unforeseen, wolverine, bernadine, geraldine, augustin, benyamin, valentin, madelene, smithereen;
  4. aquamarine, mujahedeen, mujahideen;