Meaning:
Supplanter

Origin:
French

Tranquil, Robust, Unafraid

The Ocelot

This French variation of Jacob and James is a single syllable delight, with its soft zjh and usage of ‘Q’, it ticks a lot of mod boxes.

Jacques also bears a hot anglicization in Jax, which was very chic a couple of years ago.

Similar names in my mind include Henrichon, Chebec and Occitan.