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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Jean

[footballer] Jean Raphael Vanderlei Moreira or simply Jean (born June 24, 1986 in Campo Grande), is a Brazilian footballer. He currently plays for Fluminense. Mainly a defensive midfielder, he can also play as a right defender. Made professional debut for São Paulo in a 1-2 away defeat to Santos in the Campeonato Brasileiro on July 17, 200
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Jean

[song] "Jean" is the title of a popular song from 1969 in music. It was written by the American poet and composer Rod McKuen who also recorded a version of the song. The song was the theme to the film adaptation of Muriel Spark`s The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, which starred noted British film actress Maggie Smith. Smith won an Academy Award
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JEAN

JEAN was a dialect of the JOSS programming language developed for and used on ICT 1900 series computers in the late 1960s and early 1970s; it was implemented under the MINIMOP operating system. It was used at the University of Southampton. JEAN was an acronym derived from "JOSS Extended and Adapted for Nineteen-hundred". It was operated from a T..
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Jean

[musical] == Ludwig van Beethoven == === The Complete Guide === ...
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Jean

[male given name] On the European continent and in all French-speaking countries, Jean, pronounced ʒɑ̃, is a male name derived from the Old French Jehan. The name ultimately drives from Hebrew. See John for more details. The female equivalent is Jeanne, pronounced ʒan, and derives from the Old French Jehanne. Both the masculine and femi
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Jean

[female given name] Jean (n) is a common female given name in English-speaking countries. It is the Scottish form of Jane (and is sometimes pronounced that way). It is sometimes spelt Jeaine. It is the equivalent of Johanna, Joanna, Joanne, Jeanne, Jana, and Joan. Famous people with the given name Jean: == Historical persons == ==Fictional
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Jean

[surname] Jean is a surname. Those bearing it include: == See also == ...
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