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    Looking For The Way To Say Jessica In Spanish Also Need The Meaning

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    Default jessica

    I don´t understand. Jessica is a name, translating is not needed. Maybe you can write it with only one S: Jesica.

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    Totally agree, Jessica has no meaning in Spanish and there is no Spanish equivalent either. You can spell it with 2 s or 1 s, the pronunciation in Spanish is the same.
    Jessica is a name from the Hebrew, meaning "The Lord beholds" or "The Lord's gift".

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    I also sustain the opinions of my colleagues. Names should not be translated; and not many of them have equivalent in other languages.

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    Default Jessica

    I usually don't translate names or titles. Jessica is common name in English and is not really all that uncommon in Spanish, but as stated previously, mainly spelled with only one "s". You could use some form of a diminuitive, like "Chica" or "Jessi" but I think it is too beautiful of a name to change completely.

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