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The names "John Doe" or "John Roe" for men, "Jane Doe" or "Jane Roe" for women, or "Johnnie Doe" and "Janie Doe" for children, or just "...

Why Are Unidentified People Called John or Jane Doe? | Mental Floss

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Feb 15, 2012 ... Most U.S. jurisdictions continue to use John Doe and his female counterpart, Jane, as placeholder names, and will bring in Roe if two ...

How did the terms Jane Doe and John Doe originate - Answers.com

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It's pretty simple, at the time; Jane was the most common female name, John the most common male name, Doe the most common surname. Heres what I came ...

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Urban Dictionary: jane doe

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And as everbody knows John Doe is the male version of the name. Alicia Key's Jane Doe represents any women... Not especially someone who tries to steal ...

Urban Dictionary: John Doe

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a general word for a man(see also Jane Doe). The police were not able to identify the victim, so they simply refered to him as John Doe. by Light Joker January ...

history - “John Doe”, “Jane Doe” - Why are they used many times ...

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Jul 12, 2011 ... More recently, besides John/Jane Doe, certain names have come to be associated with qualifying information regarding the anonymous ...

why is an unidentified body called john/Jane doe? | Yahoo Answers

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Jun 24, 2007 ... Best Answer: 'John Doe' and 'Richard Roe' come from the time of England's King Edward III (1312-1377). They were used in a legal debate ...

What is the origin of John Doe and Jane Doe in the use of naming ...

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Oct 4, 2007 ... Best Answer: There was this legal debate in old England regarding the Acts of Ejectment involving a hypothetical landowner named John Doe ...

World Wide Words: John Doe

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Mar 15, 2003 ... Q From Kevin Webster: I have spent two hours searching the Net for information about the expressions John Doe and Jane Doe that American ...

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How did the names 'John/Jane Doe' become placeholders for ...

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Alright, so origin of the term John/Jane Doe has its roots in the old and strange vanished British legal proceedings called action of ejectment. Under the old ...

John Doe or Jane Doe - Legal Dictionary - The Free Dictionary

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John Doe or Jane Doe. A fictitious name used for centuries in the law when a specific person is not known by name. The name John Doe can be used in a ...

ON LANGUAGE - Who's John Doe? - NYTimes.com

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Jun 4, 1995 ... The "average woman" substitutes Jane for Joe or John, but we do not ... It's unlikely that the origin is in a real person named John Doe, but the ...