Jack Ainslie in the US

  1. #28,357,446 Jack Aiguier
  2. #28,357,447 Jack Aills
  3. #28,357,448 Jack Ailstock
  4. #28,357,449 Jack Aimers
  5. #28,357,450 Jack Ainslie
  6. #28,357,451 Jack Aishman
  7. #28,357,452 Jack Aiton
  8. #28,357,453 Jack Aitoro
  9. #28,357,454 Jack Aiuvalasit
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Meaning & Origins

Originally a pet form of John, but now a well‐established given name in its own right. It is derived from Middle English Jankin, later altered to Jackin, from Jan (a contracted form of Jehan ‘John’) + the diminutive suffix -kin. This led to the back-formation Jack, as if the name had contained the Old French diminutive suffix -in. It is sometimes also used as an informal pet form of James, perhaps influenced by the French form Jacques. It has been the most popular boys' name in England and Wales since 1995. Well-known bearers include the actor Jack Nicholson (b. 1937) and the golfer Jack Nicklaus (b. 1940). See also Jock and Jake.
126th in the U.S.
English and Scottish: habitational name from Ansley in Warwickshire or Annesley in Nottinghamshire (see Ansley). The modern surname is found chiefly in the border regions of Scotland and northern England, having been taken north from England to Scotland in the Middle Ages, probably by a Norman baron.
22,646th in the U.S.

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