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Jack /ˈdʒæk/ is a male given name, although in some cases it can be used as a female given name (a shortened versioned of "Jacqueline" or "Jackie", for example), and sometimes as a surname. In English it is traditionally used as the diminutive form of the given name John, though it is also often given as a proper name in its own right.
Characters with the first name Jack:
- Jack Cade, historical English insurrectionist referenced in Opening Atlantis: New Hastings.
- Jack Calhoun, fictional American soldier, minor character in Worldwar: Upsetting the Balance.
- Jack Carter, fictional Confederate aristocrat, minor character in Settling Accounts: In at the Death.
- Jack Conway, fictional educator in "Worlds Enough, and Time".
- Jack Cravath, a salesman and POV character in "Hoxbomb".
- Jack Devereaux, fictional Canadian engineer in Colonization.
- Jack Dunn, historical baseballer referenced in "The House That George Built".
- Jack Hadley, fictional U.S. Navy pilot in Days of Infamy: End of the Beginning.
- Jack Hungerford, minor character in Ruled Britannia.
- Jack Husak, fictional U.S. soldier, minor character in Settling Accounts: Drive to the East.
- Jack Jenkins, fictional Confederate soldier in Fort Pillow.
- Jack London, historical American journalist and novelist referenced in The Gladiator.
- Jack Pagliarone, fictional secretary in "Vilcabamba".
- Jack the Ripper, mysterious, unknown, serial killer in London in 1888, depicted as a vampire in "Gentlemen of the Shade".
- Jack Scholes, fictional British soldier in The War That Came Early: Last Orders.
- Jack Spivey, fictional baseballer, POV of The House of Daniel.
- Jack Tompkins, fictional American soldier, minor character in Settling Accounts: Return Engagement.
- Jack Winters, fictional policeman, minor character in Supervolcano: All Fall Down.
Characters with the first name Jock, a rarer variant: