Jessica Molesworth in the US

  1. #60,634,462 Jessica Molda
  2. #60,634,463 Jessica Moledor
  3. #60,634,464 Jessica Moleiro
  4. #60,634,465 Jessica Molera
  5. #60,634,466 Jessica Molesworth
  6. #60,634,467 Jessica Moleta
  7. #60,634,468 Jessica Molia
  8. #60,634,469 Jessica Molieri
  9. #60,634,470 Jessica Molife
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Meaning & Origins

Apparently of Shakespearean origin. This was the name of the daughter of Shylock in The Merchant of Venice (1596). Shakespeare's source has not been established, but he presumably intended it to pass as a typically Jewish name. It may be from a biblical name that appeared, in the translations available in Shakespeare's day, as Jesca (Genesis 11:29; Iscah in the Authorized Version). This occurs in a somewhat obscure genealogical passage; Iscah appears to have been Abraham's niece. Notable bearers of the name include the British actress Jessica Tandy (1909–94), the British writer Jessica Mitford (1917–96), and the American actress Jessica Lange (b. 1949). The name has been extremely popular since the 1990s.
29th in the U.S.
English: habitational name from a place in Cambridgeshire, named in Old English as ‘Mūl's enclosure’, from Mūl, a personal name or byname meaning ‘mule’ + worð ‘enclosure’. It may also be derived from Mouldsworth in Cheshire, so called from Old English molda ‘crown of the head’, ‘top of a hill’ + worð ‘enclosure’.
48,736th in the U.S.

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