Jane


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jane

(dʒeɪn)
n
slang chiefly US a girl or woman
Translations
YanaЯна
Jana
Johanne
Johanna
ジェーン
Johanne
Johanna

Jane

[dʒeɪn] NJuana

Jane

n
jane (US sl: = woman) → Frau f
References in classic literature ?
I've got out at last," said I, "in spite of you and Jane.
Why don't you let Jane or Rosa take her place, a night or two," said St.
Fetch up Jane Shore,' he says; and up she comes, Next morning,
Mother would like to call them Jane and Frances and give up their middle names, but she says it wouldn't be fair to father.
at least, that I should ever bore people half so much about all the Knightleys together, as she does about Jane Fairfax.
Very soon, my--that is, Miss Eyre: and you'll remember, Jane, the first time I, or Rumour, plainly intimated to you that it was my intention to put my old bachelor's neck into the sacred noose, to enter into the holy estate of matrimony--to take Miss Ingram to my bosom, in short (she's an extensive armful: but that's not to the point--one can't have too much of such a very excellent thing as my beautiful Blanche): well, as I was saying--listen to me, Jane
Catch her telling me, or Jane there, that we are ill-bred
ONE morning Lucinda and Jane had gone out for a drive in the doll's perambulator.
It is from Miss Bingley," said Jane, and then read it aloud.
Well, we seen a good deal of Miss Jane in the next week or so.
When Jane realized that she was being borne away a captive by the strange forest creature who had rescued her from the clutches of the ape she struggled desperately to escape, but the strong arms that held her as easily as though she had been but a day-old babe only pressed a little more tightly.
She was called Jane, and always had an odd inquiring look, as if from the moment she arrived on the mainland she wanted to ask questions.