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Gender: F Meaning of Jackie: "supplanter" Origin of Jackie: Diminutive of Jacqueline

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Jackie Kennedy gave this name a lot of style, but it doesn't seem destined for a comeback the way brother name Jack has. Jackie and Jacqueline both peaked in 1961.

Famous People Named Jackie

Jacqueline Lee "Jackie" Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, former first lady of the U.S.
Jacqueline Samantha "Jackie" Sandler, American actress and wife of Adam Sandler
Jacquelyn Faye "Jackie", daughter of American singer Tammy Wynette
Jacqueline "Jackie" Joyner-Kersee, American Olympic heptathlete
Jacqueline Jill "Jackie" Collins, English novelist
Jacqueline Mary "Jackie" du Pré, English cellist
Jacqueline "Jackie" Evancho, American child opera singer
Jackie DeShannon (born Sharon Lee Myers), American singer-songwriter

Pop Culture References for the Name Jackie

Jackie Peyton, main character on TV's "Nurse Jackie"
Jacqueline Andrea Suzette "Jackie" Tyler, character on TV's "Doctor Who"
Jacqueline "Jackie" Beulah Burkhart, character on TV's "That 70's Show"
"Hilary and Jackie," 1998 movie about Jacqueline du Pré
Jackie Harris, character on TV's "Roseanne"
Jackie Molina, character on TV's "Pretty Little Liars"
Jackie Tardio, character in movie "Grown Ups"
Jackie Hoffman, character in movie "Spy School"
Jacqueline "Jackie" Wilcox, character on TV's "Heroes"
Jacqueline "Jackie" Marone Knight, character on soap "The Bold and the Beautiful"
"Jackie Blue," song by the Ozark Mountain Daredevils