The baby name Jamesine is a girl name, 3 syllables long and is pronounced "JAY-muh-seen".
Jamesine is Hebrew in Origin.
Jamesine is a feminine variant of the name James, which means "supplanter" or "one who follows." The name James has its roots in Hebrew and was popularized by Saint James, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus. Jamesine is a relatively uncommon name and is not ranked in the top 1000 names for girls in the United States.
The pronunciation of Jamesine is JAY-muh-seen. The name is composed of two elements: James and the feminine suffix -ine. The suffix -ine is often used to create feminine forms of male names, such as Josephine from Joseph and Geraldine from Gerald.
The origin of Jamesine can be traced back to the Middle Ages when it was common to add the suffix -ine to male names to create feminine versions. Jamesine is a unique and uncommon name that may appeal to parents looking for a distinctive name for their daughter. While it may not be as popular as other names, it has a rich history and a strong meaning that can make it a meaningful choice for a baby girl.