- a female given name, form of Jean.
Also Jean·ie, Jeanne [jeen; French zhahn] /dʒin; French ʒɑn/.
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Examples from the Web for jeannie
But in 2001, at the Miss Philippines competition, Jeannie Anderson put all other vain contestants to shame.15 Hilarious Pageant Moments
June 18, 2013
Hernandez was followed by Jeannie Suk, a professor at Harvard Law School who has studied innovation in the fashion industry.Fashion Fights Design Piracy
July 15, 2011
"It took us all a long time to heal from that," said Jeannie Bohn.Behind Laura Bush's Car Crash
A. L. Bardach
May 2, 2010
Tommy, his sister Kathleen, and Jerri's friend Jeannie were by her side.
She and Jeannie were planning a trip to the Arctic Circle to follow some nomadic reindeer herders.
"It's to your credit, Mr. McCakeron, that you should hold til a promise," Jeannie was saying.Quaint Courtships
I wish you, Jeannie, my mate, to keep on making the young people glad.The Clansman
Jeannie had what she had bargained for and yet she was unhappy,—why?Stories of Authors, British and American
Edwin Watts Chubb
Jeannie got up out of her chair, where she had been sitting ever since Daisy entered.
Jeannie went that night to Lady Nottingham's room to talk to her.