(“Fair Maid of Kent”) 1328–85, wife of Edward, the Black Prince, and mother of Richard II.
a fictitious female pope about a.d. 855–858.
a female given name.
known as the Fair Maid of Kent. 1328–85, wife of Edward the Black Prince; mother of Richard II
Pope legendary female pope, first mentioned in the 13th century: said to have been elected while disguised as a man and to have died in childbirth
fem. proper name, originally Joanna, fem. of Johannes (see John). Often 17c.-18c. used as a generic name for a female rustic. Among U.S. births, a top 10 name for girls born between 1930 and 1937.
To play a game of verbal abuse, esp against the opponent’s mother and family; jive, play the dozens: All kinds of kids jone, says 11-year-old Hamani/ readers howling in outrage that we had dared to suggest that the verb ”joan” (meaning to insult) was possibly derived from Joan Rivers
[1930s+ Black; origin unknown]
[joh-an] /dʒoʊˈæn/ noun 1. a female given name. whom Jehovah has graciously given. (1.) The grandson of Zerubbabel, in the lineage of Christ (Luke 3:27); the same as Hananiah (1 Chr. 3:19). (2.) The wife of Chuza, the steward of Herod Antipas, tetrarch of Galilee (Luke 8:3). She was one of the women who ministered […]
[joh-an] /dʒoʊˈæn/ noun 1. a female given name.
[joh-an-eez, -is] /dʒoʊˈæn iz, -ɪs/ noun, plural joannes. 1. . [joh-an] /dʒoʊˈæn/ noun 1. a female given name. /dʒəʊˈæniːz/ noun (pl) -nes 1. a variant of johannes
- Joan of Arc
[ahrk] /ɑrk/ noun 1. Saint (“the Maid of Orléans”) 1412?–31, French national heroine and martyr who raised the siege of Orléans. noun 1. Saint known as the Maid of Orléans; French name Jeanne d’Arc. ?1412–31, French national heroine, who led the army that relieved Orléans in the Hundred Years’ War, enabling Charles VII to be […]