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The origin of Jennine


  • jee45
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    Jennine in this version of the spelling is actually Welsh in origin and was also taken up by the Scottish nation when they too spoke Gaelic. It is from the French spelling Janine an alternative of Jane.
    Most females with Jennine as the spelling of the name are elegant, studious in arts, and design but not very good at the sciences. The fourteen Jennine’s I know number Jennine Parker a celebrated artist, myself a noted crochet and knitting designer for babies. My namesake who was a good but not famous actress, Jennine Bailey who is a noted Jazz singer in New Zealand (and has also had concerts in England) and Jennine Grewal also an actress (Battlestar Galactica Genesis). There are numerous dentists, doctors, accountants and other professionals so all is not lost. These are just some of the fourteen I know about. I hope this helps you in your choice of a name as I am proud of my name and would love to hear of more Jennine’s in the world.

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  • TwoSapphires
    TwoSapphires
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    Interesting! I know a Jeanine but I don’t think I’ve seen the Jennine spelling before. Thanks for sharing. :)

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