Jagger

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Jagger is a surname.

In England someone who owned and/or managed a team of packhorses was known as a "jagger", so this English surname probably originates from that occupation.[1]

Notable people with the surname include:

Fictional characters:

Other uses

  • "Jagger", the offspring of a male jaguar and a female tiger

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  1. ^ David Hey (22 June 2006). Family Names and Family History. Continuum. pp. 72–. ISBN 978-1-85285-550-5. A jagger was a man in charge of packhorses which carried heavy loads. The surname was recorded in Derbyshire in 1306 and 1318 in places where it is likely that lead ore was the load that was carried. In the West Riding of Yorkshire jaggers ...