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My Grandfather, who died when my dad was 13 was French and his name was Jacques. I was the first grandchild and therefore I was named Jacqui in honor of him. I love my name.
jacqui D  3/7/2018
In French Jacky is a very common nickname for the male name Jacques (Jacob/James). Jacqui could be another transcription of Jacky or Jackie but it's more used for Jacqueline, the female form.
Jake Fax  7/6/2016
Sorry, but this name looks like an ugly misspelling of Jackie.
enchy  7/3/2011
I think it would make more sense to use this Jacqui spelling as a nickname for Jacqueline. I don't understand why people use spellings like Jackie, Jacki and (heaven forbid) Jakki, when there is no "k" in the original name.
― Anonymous User  12/28/2009
This spelling actually makes more sense if your name is spelled Jacqueline. But I don't really like Jacqui or Jacqueline. Too harsh and just has too many elements. I mean a Ja- sound, a qui, and an eline. Too much!
amishigloo  6/25/2008
The trashiest spelling of Jackie I've seen so far. This looks like something high school dropouts with crappy jobs would choose because they think the spelling is ''clever''. It looks like a male ghetto name to me!
slight night shiver  4/24/2008
No offence to anyone, but I really don't like the name Jacqui. When I hear this name I think of my grandparents old dog! Sorry it's just my opinion!
aja3  7/30/2007

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