Derived terms edit Portuguese edit Etymology edit Borrowed from French Jean.Jean may refer to: Contents, human names edit, entertainment edit, jean (dog), a female collie in silent films "Jean" (song) (1969 by Rod McKuen, jean Grey, a Marvel Comics character.Jump to navigation, jump to search, see also: jean.

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officiel, seules les villes (et villes voisines) de Aix-Marseille, Amiens, Caen, Lille, Nancy-Metz, Nantes, Nice, Orléans-Tours, Reims, Rennes, Rouen et Strasbourg sont concernées par ces dates. Samedi

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, other uses edit, see also edit, retrieved from " p?titleJean oldid ".I forgot to phone Jean.

Inflection edit Inflection Root singular Root plural Diminutive singular Diminutive plural Nominative Jean Jeane Jeanke Jeankes Genitive Jeans Jeane Jeankes Jeankes Locative Jeanese Jeaneser Jeaneske Jeaneskes Dative * Jeanem Jeanemer Jeanemske Jeanemskes Accusative * Jean Jeane Jeanke Jeankes The dative and accusative are obsolete nowadays.Middle English feminine form of, john (sometimes considered Scottish from, old French.Jean told him to shut his gob.