Jill is a female given name, of Latin origin, meaning sweetheart or youthful. Used as a short form of the female given names Jillian and Gillian, now it is often used as an independent name. Jill may refer to:
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2009) Amy Tan Where does Creativity Hide? (2008) Jill Tarter Technology Jill Tarter's call to join the SETI search (2008) Jill Bolte Taylor Stroke of Insight (2008) Shashi Tharoor Why nations ...
... on the cases of the young amateur sleuths Jill, her best friend Gwen, and Jill's almost completely inert basset hound Fletcher ... habit of tapping her dental braces, is the more aggressive of the pair, while Jill attempts to be moderate in the investigations ...
... The All-Around Lady Jill Champion is awarded each year to the Lumber Jill who scores the most points ... events are the underhand chop, single buck, Jack and Jill, logrolling and the boom run ...
... After running into Pamela Jenkins (Samantha Lemole), a reporter, Hoffman meets with Jill Tuck (Betsy Russell) at her clinic to inform her that he is ... Jill gives him five envelopes containing photos of people to be tested, left to her in the box from John Kramer's (Tobin Bell) will ... John had previously brought Amanda Young (Shawnee Smith) to Jill, who had given up on helping Amanda, as proof that his methods worked ...
... Jill (cat), a cat on Blue Peter Nakajima B6N, Japanese torpedo bomber of World War II Jill of the Jungle, a computer game A generic representative of the ...
Famous quotes containing the word jill:
“From the beginning, the placement of [Clarence] Thomas on the high court was seen as a political end justifying almost any means. The full story of his confirmation raises questions not only about who lied and why, but, more important, about what happens when politics becomes total war and the truthand those who tell itare merely unfortunate sacrifices on the way to winning.”
—Jane Mayer, U.S. journalist, and Jill Abramson b. 1954, U.S. journalist. Strange Justice, p. 8, Houghton Mifflin (1994)
“Jack and Jill
Went up the hill,
To fetch a pail of water;
Jack fell down,
And broke his crown,
And Jill came tumbling after.”
—Mother Goose (fl. 17th18th century. Jack and Jill (l. 16)