Origin of jessMiddle English ges from Old French gies, gets, plural (see jet): from its use in letting a hawk fly
transitive verbjessed, jess·ing, jess·es
Origin of jessMiddle English ges from Old French pl. of jet something thrown from Vulgar Latin iectus alteration of Latin iactus past participle of iacere to throw ; see yē- in Indo-European roots.
(third-person singular simple present jesses, present participle jessing, simple past and past participle jessed)
From Middle English, from Middle French jaiet, from Latin gagates 'throw', from Gagas (a town and river in Asia Min).
- The writers were forced to write her character out. 2009 was a difficult year for many of the show's veterans as contract disputes with Jess Walton and Eric Braeden resulted in near losses of other long-running characters.
- Of course, it worked out and Jess stayed which is great, but apparently Chris Goutman and Barbara Bloom (Writers and Producers ATWT) heard that I was interested in coming back to daytime and called to offer me a part.
- Jess Walton (Jill Abbott) and Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki Newman) were the first two headliners to make waves on soap opera news sites as their contracts went down to the wire.
- For fans of Lorelai and Luke, Lorelai and Christopher, Lorelai and Max, Lorelai and Rory, Rory and Dean, Rory and Jess or Rory and Logan, the options are infinite.
- Jill Foster Abbott (Jess Walton): She thought her parents were Bill and Liz Foster, then found out she is the adopted child of Neil Fenmore.