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[zha-ne for 1; jan-it for 2] /ʒaˈnɛ for 1; ˈdʒæn ɪt for 2/
Pierre Marie Félix
[pyer ma-ree fey-leeks] /pyɛr maˈri feɪˈliks/ (Show IPA),
1859–1947, French psychologist and neurologist.
Also, Janetta
[juh-net-uh] /dʒəˈnɛt ə/ (Show IPA)
. a female given name, form of Jane. Unabridged
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  • Altogether his self-command was creditable to Janet's tuition.

  • It was a pause in Janet's labors that gave the elder first warning of an intruder on his peace.

  • At Janet's departure, Rosie looked at her mother scornfully.

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  • "He was to ha' Janet on condeetion that he made the eldership," he fulsomely explained.

  • I care not for all those strings of pearl, which you fret me by warping into my tresses, Janet.

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British Dictionary definitions for Janet


/French ʒanɛ/
Pierre Marie Félix (pjɛr mari feliks). 1859–1947, French psychologist and neurologist, noted particularly for his work on the origins of hysteria
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Word Origin and History for Janet

fem. proper name, a diminutive of Jane.

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