Jessica (originally Iessica, also Jesica, Jessicah or Jessika) is a female given name.
The oldest written record of the name with its current spelling is found as the name of a character in Shakespeare's play The Merchant of Venice, where it belongs to the daughter of Shylock. The name may have been an Anglicisation of the biblical Iscah (from the Hebrew yisekāh), the name of a daughter of Haran briefly mentioned in the Book of Genesis 11:29. Iscah was rendered "Iesca" (Jeska) in the Matthew Bible version available in Shakespeare's day.
The original Hebrew name Yiskāh, means "foresight", or being able to see the potential in the future. The Hebrew root sakhah means "to see", so the name Yiskah, with the added future-tense yod, implies foresight. Iscah is the niece of Abraham.
"Jessica" was the most popular female baby name throughout the 1980s and 1990s in the United States, with popularity waning starting in 1998 through the early 2000s and falling out of the Top 20 by 2004.
It also rose to #1 in England and Wales in 2005, dropping to #3 in 2006.
Common nicknames of the name Jessica include "Jess" and "Jessie".
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