Basically whatever name starts with Jack, like if you wanted to name you kid Jackman, you could use Jack.

A name for the nickname Jack.

I would love to name him something a bit unusual and just nickname him Jack.

The problem with nicknames is their paper trial is considerably thinner than given names and harder to decipher. The name Jake comes from Middle English as a variant of Jack and another pet form of John (in Scotland, they used Jock). Variations, Nicknames and Sound Alikes: Jackie, Jacko, Jacky, Jack, Jaq, Jock, Jocko. One such example is the surname Snowball, which was adopted from a nickname. Alternatives to A-list celebrity baby names.

Famous Jacks tend to actually have the first name John, such as President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. I love the name Jack. Jack Peter Benedict Whitehall (b.

1988), English comedian 2. Phrases you might say or hear someday: Our Jack is truly a jack-of-all trades.

Baby names inspired by African American leaders. Jack can be a stand-alone name or a short name for John/Jonathan, as it is used that way a lot. I was puzzled. However, Jake is also considered a nickname or short form of Jacob. It is also a nickname, usually derogatory, for someone of Scottish origin. 1. Jock is a Scottish diminutive form of the forename " John "; it corresponds to Jack in England and Wales. Shut that computer off right now, Jack.

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The name may refer to: This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. Create good names for games, profiles, brands or social networks. Nicknames of the name Jack include Jay and J.J. Jac and Jak are alternate spellings of the name Jack.

"Jack Kennedy". John is derived from the Hebrew name “Johahah” meaning 'God is gracious.' It has long been used as a way to refer to any man, especially from the working classes, as in the expression, "a jack of all trades." I held my tongue (because he was already named, and it would not have made any difference), but I wanted to ask my sister-in-law why they didn’t name him John with the nickname of Jack. For example Jack Nicholson's birth name is John Nicholson and actor Jack Lemmon was born John Lemmon. the formal name w/ a nickname is the way to go. It has been that way for centuries, so anyone who is confused is either not at all familiar with English-language names or has not been paying attention. I don't really like Jackson, John, or Jacob because they are so overused and popular names. It derives from Jackin and Jankin, both of which are earlier medieval diminutives of John. Not John.

But I'm afraid that Jack is too common of a name for me.

Jack is a nickname for the English name John. Jack Nicholson is a famous actor, not to be confused with Jack Niklaus, the golfer. My nephew is named Jack. Famous people named Jack or its variations. Every Jack that I know is a great guy. I definitely recognize Jack as a nickname for John.

It comes from the French name "Jaques", which is the same name as "John" in English. Answer Because Jack is the nickname for John; i.e.

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In my world, Jack is a nickname, not a proper name.