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These lines suggest that it was a phrase which indicated a romantically attached couple, as in the proverb "a good Jack makes a good Jill".
The earliest known printed version comes from a reprint of John Newbery 's Mother Goose's Melody , thought to have been first published in London around Several theories have been advanced to explain its origins and to suggest meanings for the lyrics. The game has traditionally been seen as a nonsense verse , particularly as the couple go up a hill to find water, which is often incorrectly  thought to be only found at the bottom of hills.
Jack is the most common name used in English-language nursery rhymes and represented an archetypal Everyman hero by the 18th century,  while Jill or Gill had come to mean a young girl or a sweetheart by the end of the Middle Ages. However, the woodcut that accompanied the first recorded version of the rhyme showed two boys not a boy and a girl and used the spelling Gill, not Jill.
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The true origin of the rhyme is unknown, but there are several theories. Complicated metaphors are often said to exist within the lyrics, as is common with nursery rhyme exegesis.
Most explanations post-date the first publication of the rhyme and have no corroborating evidence. Baring-Gould in the 19th century that the rhyme is related to a narrative in the 13th-century Prose Edda section Gylfaginning composed by Icelander Snorri Sturluson. It has also been suggested that the rhyme records the attempt by King Charles I to reform the taxes on liquid measures. This meant that he still received more tax, despite Parliament's veto.
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There is also a local belief that the rhyme records events in the village of Kilmersdon in Somerset in when a local spinster became pregnant; the putative father is said to have died from a rock fall and the woman died in childbirth soon after. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Nursery rhyme. For other uses, see Jack and Jill. Opie and I.
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