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Gender: F Pronunciation: Jah-KETT-ah Origin of Jacquetta: English feminine of Jacques

This name has risen to prominence since the publication of Philippa Gregory's White Queen novel. Jacquetta of Luxembourg, was the mother of Elizabeth Woodville who became Queen of England. Jacquetta claimed to be descended from the pagan mythological figure Melusine and stood trial on charges of witchcraft, for which she was exonerated.

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