jean

[n] - close-fitting pants of heavy denim for casual wear (usually in the plural)
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Jean

Jean noun [ Prob. named from Genoa . See Jane .] A twilled cotton cloth. Satin jean , a kind of jean woven smooth and glossy, after the manner of satin.
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jean

noun (usually plural) close-fitting pants of heavy denim for manual work or casual wear
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Jean

• (n.) A twilled cotton cloth.
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Jean

(from the article `Luxembourg`) ...its economic situation by obtaining a sound position within the European Coal and Steel Community (1952) and within the European Economic ...
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Jean

(from the article `Albret Family`) ...The surname refers not to his deeds but to the vast domains over which he ruled as one of the last feudal lords. A daughter, Charlotte ...
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Jean

Jean is a French girl name. The meaning of the name is `God is Gracious` Where is it used? The name Jean is mainly used In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Johannes ( In German, Dutch, Scandinavian and In Late Roman) Jane ( In English) See also In Welsh: Sioned In Welsh: Sian In Scottish: Sìne In Scandinavian: Jannike In Irish: Síne In Iri
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Jean

In Voodoo, Jean is a stern, but nervous loa who rules the thunder and earthquakes.
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Jean

Jean (zhäN) , 1921–, grand duke of Luxembourg (1964–2000); son of Charlotte, grand duchess of Luxembourg, and Felix, prince of Bourbon-Parma. He fought with Great Britain's Irish Guards in World War II. In 1953, Jean married Princess Josephine Charlotte, daughter of Leopold III, for...
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