Jehan (disambiguation)

Jehan (disambiguation)

Jehan is a French songwriter and singer.

Jehan may also refer to:

People with the given name Jehan:

* Jehan Adam (15th century), French mathematician
* Jehan Alain (1911-1940), French organist and composer
* Jehan Al Sadat (born 1933), first lady of Egypt
* Jehan Ara Begum (17th century), Indian royalty
* Jehan Ara Saeed (1926-2007), radio newsreader
* Jehan Cousin the younger (circa 1522-1595), French artist
* Jehan de Lescurel (died 1304), medieval poet and composer
* Jehan de Waurin (died circa 1474), French chronicler
* Jehan Fresneau (15th century), French composer
* Jehan Georges Vibert (1840-1902), French academic painter
* Jehan Mubarak (born 1981), American-born Sri Lankan cricketer
* Jehan Rictus (1867-1933), French poet
* Jehan Tabourot (1519-1595), Catholic priest
* Jehan Wali (21st century), Pakistani extrajudicial prisoner of the United States

People with the surname Jehan:

* Noor Jehan (1926-2000), Pakistani film singer
* Sonya Jehan (21st century), Pakistani Bollywood actress

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