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My father's name is Jerry, it has a lot of meaning to me since he passed when I was quite young. My first son's name will be Jerry.
-- Gretch85  9/20/2005
Three famous Jerries: Jerry Seinfeld, Jerry Springer, and Jerry the mouse of "Tom and Jerry."
-- breakofday  12/21/2005
A famous person with this name is Jerry Cantrell, guitarist of Alce In Chains.
-- sineadleigh  5/25/2006
This can also be a pet form of JEREMIAH.
-- rosco kid  6/22/2006
Jerry Lee Lewis is a rock'n'roll and country singer. He was on top of his career in 50's.
-- Anonymous User  7/3/2006
Model Jerry Hall and ex-wife of Mick Jagger is a famous bearer.
-- Anonymous User  7/23/2006
It's an awesome name, it's on my list of names for guys if I have one. I also love Jerry Seinfeld, he's awsome! And I think it's sexy.
-- Holdmecloser2u13  10/5/2006
I like the name Jerry as a nickname for Jericho.
-- Anonymous User  10/10/2006
I know a girl called Jerry, she is lively, happy and quite clever. I have never met a boy called Jerry.
-- jeziana  10/20/2006
My name is Jerry and I'm female. I was named after my Grandma Jerry (real name Myrtle). She just liked the name Jerry, so everyone called her that! I'm very honored to be her namesake. I wouldn't change my name, nor the spelling for anything.
-- mamajerry  11/1/2006
The late Jerry Orbach, best known as playing Det. Lennie Briscoe on the original Law & Order (my absolute favorite character on the show). Also played the father in the original "Diry Dancing" and was a prominent actor on Broadway.
-- Irish Pearl  1/23/2007
Famous bearers: Jerry Van Dyke, Jerry Seinfeld, Jerry Lewis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Jerry Hall, Jerry Garcia, Jerry Springer, and Jerry's Famous Deli.
-- forty11gurl  4/28/2007
A pretty decent name for a boy, but I don't like it (or its variations, like Jeri) for a girl.
-- Anonymous User  6/23/2007
Also a pet form of Jerome. [noted -ed]
-- WhitePhantom  8/3/2007
I think that the spelling is supposed to be different if you're a girl, I think most Jerry-girls spell it "Jerri" or am I mistaken? That's how it works for Terri/Terry.
-- luciecutiek  11/7/2007
It's also a pet form of Gerard.
-- Skittsie13  2/1/2008
Jerry B. Jenkins is the name of a famous author. He has written many books for youth and adults. The Left Behind series for adults, the Left Behind series for children, the Red Rock mysteries for youth, and many others. Jerry is not considered famous by many, but if you've got your name out there on something big for people to see, like a book or two, then I'd consider you famous.
-- Patricia Underwood  3/20/2008
I associate this name with jerks like Jerry Springer, and, much worse, the now dead Jerry Falwell. I don't like the name anyway, especially on women.
-- slight night shiver  4/24/2008
I don't care for this name, but at least it looks normal on a guy. I really hate this spelling on girls, since it looks too boyish. Why not spell it Geri or Jeri to look more feminine? And the association with the hideous actor Jerry O'Connell totally puts me off.
-- bananarama  8/29/2009
Famous bearer: Jerry Seinfeld.
-- MonsterGrapefruit  5/15/2011
This is pronounced JAIR-ee.
-- FlakyMatt  7/12/2011
Jerry Cruncher, a character in Charles Dickens' "A Tale of Two Cities."
-- Anonymous User  4/27/2013
Comedian Jerry Lewis was actually born Joseph Levitch. He used the professional name Joey Lewis, but soon changed it to Jerry Lewis to avoid confusion with another comedian and a boxing champion.
-- essie  4/3/2014

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