Jerome (disambiguation)

Jerome is a variant of the name Hieronymus:

* Jerome (c.340-420) Christian saint, translated the Bible into Latin
* Geronimo, a variant of this name

Jerome may also refer to:



* Cameron Jerome (1986-), English footballer
* Chauncey Jerome (1793-1868), clockmaker
* James Jerome (1933-2005), Canadian jurist and politician
* Jennie Jerome (1854-1921), American society beauty, mother of Winston Churchill
* Jerome K. Jerome (1859-1927), English author
* Leonard Jerome (1817-1891), US entrepreneur, grandfather of Winston Churchill
* Randolph Jerome, Guyanese football (soccer) player
* William Jerome (1865-1932), American songwriter

Given Names

* Jerome Bettis, American football player
* Jérôme Bonaparte - brother of Napoleon Bonaparte
* Jérôme d'Ambrosio, Belgian racing driver
* Jerome Flynn, part of the pop dup Robson and Jerome
* Jerome Fontamillas, Filipino American musician
* Jerome Kern (1885-1945), American composer
* Jerome K. Moore, Star Trek worker
* Jerome Seinfeld, American comedian
* Jerome T. Youngman, American rock singer, songwriter, and producer
* Jerome David Salinger, American author
* Jerome Vered, American Jeopardy! contestant
* Jerome Bruner, Former American psychologist


;United States
*Jerome, Arizona
**Jerome State Historic Park
*Jerome, Arkansas
*Jerome, Florida
*Jerome, Idaho
*Jerome, Illinois
*Jerome, Indiana
*Jerome, Pennsylvania
*Jerome, West Virginia
*Jerome County, Idaho
*Jerome Park Racetrack, home of the inaugural running of the Belmont Stakes in 1867
*Jerome Park Reservoir, part of the metropolitan New York City water supply system
*Jerome Township, Michigan

*Saint-Jérôme, Quebec

ee also

* Robson & Jerome, 1990s English pop duo

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