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English words starting with j

J

dʒuːl

Meanings of J:

noun

The tenth letter of the alphabet.

abbreviation

Jack (used in describing play in card games).

(in electrical engineering and electronics) the imaginary quantity equal to the square root of minus one.

Ja

jɑː

Meanings of Ja:

exclamation

Yes.

Usage examples:

‘let's go swimming.’ ‘ja!’
abbreviation

Jamaica (international vehicle registration).

Jabber

ˈdʒæb.ər

Meanings of Jabber:

verb

Talk in a rapid, excited, and often incomprehensible way.

Usage examples:

He jabbered on about football
noun

Rapid, excited, and often incomprehensible speech.

Usage examples:

Now, if you're going to fight me, stop the jibber jabber and let's get started!

Jabbered

ˈdʒæb.ər

Meanings of Jabbered:

verb

Talk in a rapid, excited, and often incomprehensible way.

Usage examples:

He jabbered on about football
noun

Rapid, excited, and often incomprehensible speech.

Usage examples:

Now, if you're going to fight me, stop the jibber jabber and let's get started!

Jabbering

ˈdʒæb.ər

Meanings of Jabbering:

verb

Talk in a rapid, excited, and often incomprehensible way.

Usage examples:

He jabbered on about football
noun

Rapid, excited, and often incomprehensible speech.

Usage examples:

Now, if you're going to fight me, stop the jibber jabber and let's get started!

Jabbers

ˈdʒabə

Meanings of Jabbers:

verb

Talk in a rapid, excited, and often incomprehensible way.

Usage examples:

He jabbered on about football
noun

Rapid, excited, and often incomprehensible speech.

Usage examples:

Now, if you're going to fight me, stop the jibber jabber and let's get started!

Jabberwocky

ˈdʒabəˌwɒki

Meanings of Jabberwocky:

noun

Invented or meaningless language; nonsense.

Usage examples:

The translation was slow and full of jabberwocky

Jabbing

dʒæb

Meanings of Jabbing:

verb

Poke roughly or quickly, especially with something sharp or pointed.

Usage examples:

She jabbed him in his ribs
noun

A quick, sharp blow, especially with the fist.

Usage examples:

A jab in the stomach

Jabiru

ˈdʒabɪruː

Meanings of Jabiru:

noun

A large central and south american stork with a black neck, mainly white plumage, and a large black upturned bill.

Usage examples:

The marshes at the mouth of the rio tempisque at palo verde national park are the last stronghold o…

Jabirus

ˈdʒabɪruː

Meanings of Jabirus:

noun

A large central and south american stork with a black neck, mainly white plumage, and a large black upturned bill.

Usage examples:

The marshes at the mouth of the rio tempisque at palo verde national park are the last stronghold o…

Meanings of Jaborandi:

noun

A drug made from the dried leaves of certain south american plants, which contain the alkaloid pilocarpine and promote salivation when chewed.

Usage examples:

In exanthematous fevers of all kinds jaborandi in small doses is the remedy par excellence.

Jaborandis

ˌdʒabəˈrandi

Meanings of Jaborandis:

noun

A drug made from the dried leaves of certain south american plants, which contain the alkaloid pilocarpine and promote salivation when chewed.

Usage examples:

In exanthematous fevers of all kinds jaborandi in small doses is the remedy par excellence.

Meanings of Jabots:

noun

An ornamental frill or ruffle on the front of a shirt or blouse, typically made of lace.

Usage examples:

Viola has converted to christianity during her sojourn on the mainland and is a meticulous picture …

Jabs

dʒab

Meanings of Jabs:

verb

Poke roughly or quickly, especially with something sharp or pointed.

Usage examples:

She jabbed him in his ribs
noun

A quick, sharp blow, especially with the fist.

Usage examples:

A jab in the stomach

Jacal

həˈkɑːl

Meanings of Jacal:

noun

(in mexico and the south-western us) a thatched wattle-and-daub hut.

Usage examples:

Here the seri have built both mexican-style jacales of wattle and daub, and small wood-frame struct…

Jacales

həˈkɑːl

Meanings of Jacales:

noun

(in mexico and the south-western us) a thatched wattle-and-daub hut.

Usage examples:

Here the seri have built both mexican-style jacales of wattle and daub, and small wood-frame struct…

Jacamar

ˈdʒakəmɑː

Meanings of Jacamar:

noun

An insectivorous bird of tropical american forests, with a long pointed bill, a long tail, and plumage that is typically iridescent green above.

Usage examples:

Those who prefer altitude can climb the lodge's seven-story, 115-foot canopy tower and stop at each…

Jacamars

ˈdʒakəmɑː

Meanings of Jacamars:

noun

An insectivorous bird of tropical american forests, with a long pointed bill, a long tail, and plumage that is typically iridescent green above.

Usage examples:

Those who prefer altitude can climb the lodge's seven-story, 115-foot canopy tower and stop at each…

Jacana

ˈdʒakənə

Meanings of Jacana:

noun

A small tropical wading bird with greatly elongated toes and claws that enable it to walk on floating vegetation.

Usage examples:

Large wading and diving birds seemed to be everywhere: great white egrets, great blue herons, green…

Jacanas

ˈdʒakənə

Meanings of Jacanas:

noun

A small tropical wading bird with greatly elongated toes and claws that enable it to walk on floating vegetation.

Usage examples:

Large wading and diving birds seemed to be everywhere: great white egrets, great blue herons, green…

Jacaranda

ˌdʒæk.əˈræn.də

Meanings of Jacaranda:

noun

A tropical american tree that has blue trumpet-shaped flowers, fernlike leaves, and fragrant timber.

Usage examples:

The focal point of the park is the now defunct fountain, surrounded by conifers, oaks, planes, jaca…

Meanings of Jacinth:

noun

A reddish-orange gem variety of zircon.

Usage examples:

Jacinth is a crystal, bright, purple gemstone. it is called gomed in urdu. pure jacinth contains a …

Meanings of Jacinths:

noun

A reddish-orange gem variety of zircon.

Usage examples:

Jacinth is a crystal, bright, purple gemstone. it is called gomed in urdu. pure jacinth contains a …

Meanings of Jack:

noun

A device for lifting heavy objects, especially one for raising the axle of a motor vehicle off the ground so that a wheel can be changed or the underside inspected.

Usage examples:

Finally, lower the jack so the wheel is back down on the road.
verb

Take (something) illicitly; steal.

Usage examples:

What's wrong is to jack somebody's lyrics and not acknowledge the fact
adjective

Tired of or bored with someone or something.

Usage examples:

People are getting jack of strikes

Meanings of Jack around:

phrasal verb

Cause someone inconvenience or problems, especially by acting unfairly or indecisively.

Usage examples:

Stop jacking me around and answer my questions

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