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Happy Birthday Jaqueline

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Happy Birthday Jaqueline Personalized Card

Happy birthday to you Jaqueline! I wish you a very special day, sending this Happy Birthday Jaqueline personalized card to you. Dear Jaqueline, I wish you a bright and beautiful day on your special day. This named card was specially designed for Jaqueline’s birthday. Jaqueline is also a good name to be given to newborn babies and kids. Here you can also find the best travel and gift ideas; such as jewelry, furniture items, home appliances, shoes, apparel, or holiday trips, for Jaqueline.

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Jaqueline Given Name Meaning & History

GENDER: Feminine, USAGE: English (Modern), Portuguese (Brazilian). PRONOUNCED: JAK-a-leen (English), JAK-a-lin (English). A variant of JACQUELINE. MEANING: This name derives from the Late Latin “Iacobus”, from the Greek “Iakobos”, meaning “Supplanter, held by the heel, heel-grabber, leg-puller”. In turn, the name derives from the Hebrew root “Yaʿakov”, meaning “to follow, to be behind”, and it refers to the circumstances of Jacob’s birth when he held on to the heel (Hebrew: ʿaqeb) of his older twin brother Esau. Jacob, as described in the Hebrew Bible, the Talmud, the New Testament, the Qur’an, and Baha’i scripture was the third patriarch of the Hebrew people with whom God made a covenant, and ancestor of the tribes of Israel, which were named after his descendants. In the Hebrew Bible, he is the son of Isaac and Rebekah, the grandson of Abraham, Sarah, and Bethuel. Jacob is venerated as a Prophet of Islam, the name is commonly used as a first name in Arab and Muslim societies.

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Jaqueline is the Spanish and Portuguese form of Jacqueline. Jacqueline is, of course, one of the quintessential Français prenom feminines. It’s the feminized version of the masculine French Jacques which corresponds to the English James from the Latin Jacob (from the Hebrew Yaakov). The origin of Yaakov comes from the Old Testament and is borne by the younger of the twin sons of Isaac and Rebecca.