Jackson vs Owen - What's the difference?

jackson | owen |

As proper nouns the difference between jackson and owen

is that jackson is while owen is of (etyl) origin, possibly derived from eugene, cognate to gaelic.



Proper noun

(en proper noun)
  • transferred from the surname.
  • (Andrew Jackson), President of the United States (1829-1837).
  • (Michael Jackson), singer and entertainer (1958-2009).
  • The capital of Mississippi.
  • A city in Alabama
  • A city in California
  • A city in Georgia, USA
  • A city in Kentucky
  • A town in Louisiana
  • A town in Maine
  • A city in Michigan
  • A city in Minnesota
  • A city in Missouri
  • A village in Nebraska
  • A town in New Hampshire
  • A town in New York
  • A town in North Carolina
  • A city in Ohio
  • A town in Queensland, Australia
  • A town in South Carolina
  • A city in Tennessee
  • One of three towns in Wisconsin
  • A town in Wyoming
  • (US) A
  • * 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."

    Derived terms

    * Jacksonesque * Jacksonian * Jacksonite * Jacksonville



    Proper noun

    (en proper noun)
  • of (etyl) origin, possibly derived from Eugene, cognate to Gaelic .
  • derived from the given name.
  • from the Gaelic Mac Eoghain .
  • A town in South Australia
  • A town in , Germany
  • A town in Indiana
  • A city in Wisconsin
  • Quotations

    * : Act II, Scene II: *: This Edmund, in the reign of Bolingbroke, *: As I have read, laid claim unto the crown; *: And but for Owen Glendower, had been king, *: Who kept him in captivity till he died.


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