[ 1 syll. jea-ne, je-ane ] The baby girl name Jeane is also used as a boy name, though it is far more popular for girls. It is pronounced as JHIYN †. Jeane is of Hebrew origin and it is used mainly in English. Jeane is a familiar form of the English and Scottish Jean.
Jeane is unusual as a baby girl name. Its usage peaked modestly in 1924 with 0.012% of baby girls being named Jeane. It was #603 in rank then. The baby name has markedly slipped in popularity since then, and is used only on an infrequent scale today. Among all girl names in its family, Jeane was nevertheless the most regularly used in 2018. Jeane has in the last century been primarily given to baby girls.
Baby names that sound like Jeane include Jean (English and Scottish), Jeann, Jeanne (English, French, and Dutch), Jeen, Jeene, Joeann (English), Gene (English), Jaane, Jahne, Jain, Jaine (English), Jam, Jan (Czech, Dutch, English, German, and Polish), Jane (English), Jasme (English), Jawn, Jayne (English), Jazzmynn, Jeanné (English), and Jem (English).
† Pronunciation for Jeane: JH as in "joy (JH.OY)" ; IY as in "eat (IY.T)" ; N as in "knee (N.IY)"
A famous person named Jeane is Columnist Jeane Dixon, born 3 January 1918 - 25 January 1997, Medford, Wisconsin.