- Pierre Ma·rie Fé·lix [pyer ma-ree fey-leeks] /pyɛr maˈri feɪˈliks/, 1859–1947, French psychologist and neurologist.
- Also Ja·net·ta [juh-net-uh] /dʒəˈnɛt ə/. a female given name, form of Jane.
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Contemporary Examples of janet
There she met Janet Flanner, who would become a famed New Yorker correspondent “Genet”—for three decades.The Bookstore That Bewitched Mick Jagger, John Lennon, and Greta Garbo
December 16, 2014
His explanation only diminishes the irresistible excitement we feel while watching Tony Perkins peer at Janet Leigh in her shower.Alfred Hitchcock’s Fade to Black: The Great Director’s Final Days
December 13, 2014
In November 2013, Driscoll was accused of plagiarism by radio talk show host Janet Mefferd.Megachurch Mars Hill To close Doors: What Does the Future Hold Now?
November 2, 2014
Ohio Republican Janet Porter was fed up with Facebook restricting the voices of conservatives like her.ReaganBook Is the Latest Conservative #Fail
July 31, 2014
Bringing pieces from the two collections together gives a fresh perspective to them, says Janet Bishop, an SFMOMA curator.Hello, ‘Gorgeous’: Grit and Glamour In San Francisco
June 20, 2014
Historical Examples of janet
"He was to ha' Janet on condeetion that he made the eldership," he fulsomely explained.
Again Janet looked up, with defeat perching amid her freckles.
It was a pause in Janet's labors that gave the elder first warning of an intruder on his peace.
Nodding confirmation to the brilliant rejoinder, Janet fell again to work.
Janet, be it remembered, lacked but two years of the fatal age.
- Pierre Marie Félix (pjɛr mari feliks). 1859–1947, French psychologist and neurologist, noted particularly for his work on the origins of hysteria
Word Origin and History for janet
fem. proper name, a diminutive of Jane.