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Etymology edit

From Jack +‎ -son.

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /ˈd͡ʒæksən/
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  • Rhymes: -æksən

Proper noun edit

Jackson (countable and uncountable, plural Jacksons)

  1. A surname originating as a patronymic.
    1. Andrew Jackson, President of the United States (1829–1837).
    2. Michael Jackson, singer and entertainer (1958–2009).
  2. A male given name transferred from the surname.
    • 2004, Kate Atkinson, Case Histories, →ISBN, page 158:
      Francis was named for his mother's father and Jackson himself was named for his father's mother. Not that his grandmother was called Jackson, of course - it was a maiden name (Margaret Jackson) and it was a Scottish tradition, his father informed him.
  3. A placename:
    1. A number of places in the United States:
      1. The capital city of Mississippi, and one of the two county seats of Hinds County.
      2. A city in Alabama.
      3. A city, the county seat of Amador County, California.
      4. A city, the county seat of Butts County, Georgia.
      5. An unincorporated community in Tipton County, Indiana.
      6. An unincorporated community in Ripley County, Indiana.
      7. A city, the county seat of Breathitt County, Kentucky.
      8. A town in Louisiana.
      9. A town in Maine.
      10. A city, the county seat of Jackson County, Michigan.
      11. A city, the county seat of Jackson County, Minnesota.
      12. A city, the county seat of Cape Girardeau County, Missouri.
      13. An unincorporated community in Beaverhead County, Montana.
      14. A village in Nebraska.
      15. A town in New Hampshire.
      16. A town in New York.
      17. A town, the county seat of Northampton County, North Carolina.
      18. An unincorporated community in Union County, North Carolina, named after Andrew Jackson.
      19. A city, the county seat of Jackson County, Ohio.
      20. An unincorporated community and township in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania.
      21. A town in South Carolina.
      22. A city, the county seat of Madison County, Tennessee.
      23. An unincorporated community in Columbia County, Washington.
      24. Several places in Wisconsin:
        1. A town in Adams County, Wisconsin.
        2. A town in Burnett County, Wisconsin.
        3. A town in Washington County, Wisconsin.
        4. A village in Washington County, Wisconsin, adjacent to the town.
      25. A town, the county seat of Teton County, Wyoming.
      26. Many townships in the United States, listed under Jackson Township.
      27. Ellipsis of Jackson County.
    2. A town in Queensland, Australia.

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Statistics edit

  • According to the 2010 United States Census, Jackson is the 19th most common surname in the United States, belonging to 708,099 people. Jackson is most common among black (53.0%) and white (39.9%) people. [1]

Noun edit

Jackson (plural Jacksons)

  1. (US) A U.S. 20-dollar banknote USD (from the portrait of President Andrew Jackson on the bill).
    Synonym: Andrew Jackson
    • 1955, Ray Charles, Greenbacks:
      She looked at me with that familiar desire
      Her eyes lit up like they were on fire
      She said, "My name's Flo, and you're on the right track,
      But look here, daddy, I wear furs on my back,
      So if you want to have fun in this man's land,
      Let Lincoln and Jackson start shaking hands."
  2. A member of The Jackson 5.

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U.S. currency bills

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From English Jackson.

Proper noun edit

Jackson

  1. a male given name from English

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Etymology edit

Borrowed from English Jackson.

Pronunciation edit

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Jackson m or f

  1. a surname from English
  2. A placename.

Hungarian edit

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): [ˈd͡ʒɛkson]
  • Hyphenation: Jack‧son
  • Rhymes: -on

Proper noun edit

Jackson

  1. Jackson

Declension edit

Inflection (stem in -o-, back harmony)
singular plural
nominative Jackson Jacksonok
accusative Jacksont Jacksonokat
dative Jacksonnak Jacksonoknak
instrumental Jacksonnal Jacksonokkal
causal-final Jacksonért Jacksonokért
translative Jacksonná Jacksonokká
terminative Jacksonig Jacksonokig
essive-formal Jacksonként Jacksonokként
essive-modal
inessive Jacksonban Jacksonokban
superessive Jacksonon Jacksonokon
adessive Jacksonnál Jacksonoknál
illative Jacksonba Jacksonokba
sublative Jacksonra Jacksonokra
allative Jacksonhoz Jacksonokhoz
elative Jacksonból Jacksonokból
delative Jacksonról Jacksonokról
ablative Jacksontól Jacksonoktól
non-attributive
possessive - singular
Jacksoné Jacksonoké
non-attributive
possessive - plural
Jacksonéi Jacksonokéi
Possessive forms of Jackson
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. Jacksonom Jacksonjaim
2nd person sing. Jacksonod Jacksonjaid
3rd person sing. Jacksonja Jacksonjai
1st person plural Jacksonunk Jacksonjaink
2nd person plural Jacksonotok Jacksonjaitok
3rd person plural Jacksonjuk Jacksonjaik