Jack Ledger in the US

  1. #58,550,448 Jack Ledden
  2. #58,550,449 Jack Leden
  3. #58,550,450 Jack Lederberg
  4. #58,550,451 Jack Lederle
  5. #58,550,452 Jack Ledger
  6. #58,550,453 Jack Ledig
  7. #58,550,454 Jack Leding
  8. #58,550,455 Jack Ledle
  9. #58,550,456 Jack Ledogar
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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: 1. from a Norman personal name, Leodegar, Old French Legier, of Germanic origin, composed of the elements liut ‘people’, ‘tribe’ + gēr, gār ‘spear’. The name was borne by a 7th-century bishop of Autun, whose fame contributed to the popularity of the name in France. (In Germany the name was connected with a different saint, an 8th-century bishop of Münster.) 2. variant of Letcher, in part a deliberate alteration to avoid the association with Middle English lecheor ‘lecher’.
13,507th in the U.S.

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