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A short form of the male given name Jesse.
A short form of the female given name Jessica.
Origin: From ges, from gies, from the plural of jet, from jeter, itself from iactare.
a short strap of leather or silk secured round the leg of a hawk, to which the leash or line, wrapped round the falconer's hand, was attached when used. See Illust. of Falcon
Origin: [OF. gies, giez, prop. pl. of giet, get, jet, F. jet, a throwing, jess. See Jet a shooting forth.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
jes, n. a short strap round the legs of a hawk.—adj. Jessed, having jesses on. [O. Fr. ject—L. jactāre, to fling, freq. of jacĕre, to throw.]
The numerical value of JESS in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of JESS in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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