or Joc·e·lin, Joc·e·line, Joc·e·lynne
- a female given name, form of Joyce.
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Examples from the Web for jocelin
With Jocelin's eyes we discern almost nothing of John Lackland.
It is Jocelin's manner with all things; and it is men's manner and men's necessity.
Jocelin's Monk-Latin; and Mr. Rokewood's editorial helpfulness and fidelity.
"Within a few days," says Jocelin in his version of the story!
For that Jocelin built the west front I have no doubt at all.History of the Cathedral Church of Wells
Edward A. Freeman
Word Origin and History for jocelin
masc. proper name with many variant forms, introduced in English by the Normans, from Old High German Gautelen, from Gauta, literally "Goth" (see Goth). French fem. form is Joceline.
proper name, variant of Jocelin.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper