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Name Jessica - Meaning of origin

Name Jessica - Meaning of origin


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Origin of first name:

Anglo-Saxons, French, Hebrews

Meaning of the name:

Female from Jesse, who comes from Hebrew Yishai, "there is a gift".

Celebrities:

American actresses Jessica Alba, Jessica Lange, Jessica Chastain, Jessica Walter, Jessica Collins, Jessica Stroup and Jessica Biel; American singer Jessica Simpsons; French singer Jessica Marques; Italian sportswoman Jessica Rossi; American pianist Jessica Williams; the English writer Jessica Mitford (1917-1996); French novelist Jessica Nelson; Canadian actress Jessica Lowndes.

Jessica appears in the Bible as Abraham's sister-in-law.

The Jessica are celebrated on November 4 in honor of Jesse, the father of King David. Having lived in Jerusalem, he was considered an ancestor of Jesus Christ.

His character :

Jessica is communicative and outgoing. It is distinguished by its natural charisma. Full of life and playful nature, she knows how to put others at ease thanks to her sense of listening developed. Helpful, she is always ready to help others. Quiet in nature, Jessica shows great confidence in herself. She can not easily walk on her feet and knows how to impose her ideas. Determined, she will stop at nothing to achieve her ends. Jessica stands out with her will and dynamism.

Derivatives:

Jessie, Jessalyn, Jessy, Jessy, Jessyca, Jessika, Jessicka, Jessica, Jesse ...

His party :

The Jessica are celebrated on November 4th and December 29th.

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