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Meaning & Origins

Originally a French feminine diminutive form of Jacques, the French version of James. In the 1960s it became very popular in the United States and elsewhere, influenced in part by the fame and stylish image of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis (1929–94), whose family was of French extraction.
152nd in the U.S.
Dutch: from Middle Dutch craie ‘crow’, hence a nickname for someone thought to resemble a crow, such as chattering or having a raucous voice.Compare English Crow.
44,530th in the U.S.

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