Definition of Jeanette

1. Proper noun. (given name female from=Hebrew), a Scottish diminutive of Jean, or an anglicized form of Jeannette. ¹



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Definition of Jeanette

1. a light jean [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jeanette

je ne sais quois
jeah
jealous
jealous type of paranoid disorder
jealouse
jealoused
jealouses
jealousies
jealously
jealousness
jealousnesses
jealousy
jean
jeanbandyite
jeaned
jeanette (current term)
jeanettes
jeans
jeans jacket
jeanswear
jears
jeast
jeat
jeats
jebel
jebels
jedding ax
jedding axes
jedge
jedgment

Literary usage of Jeanette

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1. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1909)
"Eagerly Betty watched jeanette to see what her demeanor might be. To her amazement. jeanette was positively gay ! She seemed like one transformed. ..."

2. The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography: Being the History of the by James Terry White (1910)
"Mr. Thompson was married in Chicago, 111., in January, 1892, to jeanette, daughter of JH Miller. HEKTOEN, Ludvig, pathologist, was born at Westby, Wis., ..."

3. A Treasury of Canadian Verse: With Brief Biographical Notes by Theodore Harding Rand (1900)
"SARA jeanette DUNCAN COTES THE POET OVERY, very far from our dull earth, The land where poets spring to glorious birth. Thrice blessed land, where brood ..."

4. Making the Match: The Right Book for the Right Reader at the Right Time by Teri S. Lesesne (2003)
"... by jeanette Ingold ury she reserved for after she was done raising my brother and me. No, my father was the parent I saw reading. ..."

5. The Kingdom of Evils: Psychiatric Social Work Presented in One Hundred Case by Elmer Ernest Southard, Mary Cromwell Jarrett (1922)
"jeanette Burroughs, a widow of seventy-two, was found getting her meals on a gas heater and doing needlework for an art society, with her son paying the ..."

6. Albemarle County in Virginia: Giving Some Account of what it was by Nature by Edgar Woods (1901)
"His wife was jeanette Fisher, and his sons were George Fisher, Henry, Edward Jacquelin, and Carter. Henry was the father of George M. Harrison, ..."

7. Meliora (1866)
"It is for some of these, and for other little pupils similarly afflicted, that tho noble-hearted jeanette Berglind, a poor cripple, born with deficient ..."

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