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Meanings of Jagannatha:

proper noun

The form of krishna worshipped in puri, orissa, where in the annual festival his image is dragged through the streets on a heavy chariot; devotees are said formerly to have thrown themselves under its wheels.

Jager

ˈjeɪ.ɡəˌbɒm

Meanings of Jager:

noun

A drink consisting of a shot (= small glass) of jägermeister (= a strong type of alcohol) that is dropped into a larger glass of an energy drink

Jagged

ˈdʒæɡ.ɪd

Meanings of Jagged:

adjective

With rough, sharp points protruding.

Usage examples:

The jagged edges gashed their fingers
verb

Stab, pierce, or prick.

Usage examples:

She jagged herself in the mouth

Meanings of Jaggedly:

adverb

In a rough way with sharp points

Usage examples:

The old church stood jaggedly against the winter sky., a ridge of rocks slopes jaggedly to the wate…

Jaggery

ˈdʒæɡ.ə.ri

Meanings of Jaggery:

noun

A coarse dark brown sugar made in india by evaporation of the sap of palm trees.

Usage examples:

Add the tomato purée, jaggery, chilli and garam masala powders and water if required.

Jaggier

ˈdʒaɡi

Meanings of Jaggier:

adjective

Jagged.

Usage examples:

It's all spiky and jaggy and it should be off-putting, but it strangely isn't because it has this a…

Jaggiest

ˈdʒaɡi

Meanings of Jaggiest:

adjective

Jagged.

Usage examples:

It's all spiky and jaggy and it should be off-putting, but it strangely isn't because it has this a…

Jagging

dʒaɡ

Meanings of Jagging:

verb

Stab, pierce, or prick.

Usage examples:

She jagged herself in the mouth
noun

A sharp projection.

Usage examples:

Every jag, every bump on the wall revealed a zone of darkness that was worth to explore, but every …
abbreviation

Judge advocate general.

Jaggy

ˈdʒæɡ.i

Meanings of Jaggy:

adjective

Jagged.

Usage examples:

It's all spiky and jaggy and it should be off-putting, but it strangely isn't because it has this a…
noun

Another term for aliasing (sense 3).

Jags

dʒæɡ

Meanings of Jags:

noun

A sharp projection.

Usage examples:

Every jag, every bump on the wall revealed a zone of darkness that was worth to explore, but every …
verb

Stab, pierce, or prick.

Usage examples:

She jagged herself in the mouth
abbreviation

Judge advocate general.

Jaguar

ˈdʒaɡjʊə

Meanings of Jaguar:

noun

A large heavily built cat that has a yellowish-brown coat with black spots, found mainly in the dense forests of central and south america.

Usage examples:

The big cats you find outside africa include tiger, jaguar, leopard, cougar and iberian lynx.

Meanings of Jaguars:

noun

A large heavily built cat that has a yellowish-brown coat with black spots, found mainly in the dense forests of central and south america.

Usage examples:

The big cats you find outside africa include tiger, jaguar, leopard, cougar and iberian lynx.

Jaguarundi

ˌdʒaɡwəˈrʌndi

Meanings of Jaguarundi:

noun

A small american wild cat with a uniform red or grey coat, slender body, and short legs, found from arizona to argentina.

Usage examples:

We had reached mexico's calakmul biosphere reserve, home to jaguarundis, ocelots, margays, pumas, a…

Jaguarundis

ˌdʒaɡwəˈrʌndi

Meanings of Jaguarundis:

noun

A small american wild cat with a uniform red or grey coat, slender body, and short legs, found from arizona to argentina.

Usage examples:

We had reached mexico's calakmul biosphere reserve, home to jaguarundis, ocelots, margays, pumas, a…

Jah

dʒɑː

Meanings of Jah:

noun

The rastafarian name of god.

Usage examples:

For jah to be god, god cannot be a culturally specific desert god from the near east.

Jai

ˌhaɪ əˈlaɪ

Meanings of Jai:

exclamation

Victory! (used as an expression of praise or support, especially in political slogans).

Usage examples:

‘jai jawan!’
noun

A game played on a special playing area by players who hit a small hard ball against a wall with a device made of wicker (= very thin pieces of wood twisted together) fastened to their arm

Usage examples:

Jai alai originated in the basque region of spain over 300 years ago., in 1999, king and his wife b…

Jail

dʒeɪl

Meanings of Jail:

noun

A place for the confinement of people accused or convicted of a crime.

Usage examples:

He spent 15 years in jail
verb

Put (someone) in jail.

Usage examples:

The driver was jailed for two years

Jailbait

ˈdʒeɪl.beɪt

Meanings of Jailbait:

noun

A young woman, or young women collectively, considered in sexual terms but under the age of consent.

Usage examples:

Most of the blokes in happiness were suffering a mid-life crisis, but only russell got to sport the…

Meanings of Jailbird:

noun

A person who is or has been in prison, especially a criminal who has been jailed repeatedly.

Usage examples:

I was an escaped jailbird

Meanings of Jailbirds:

noun

A person who is or has been in prison, especially a criminal who has been jailed repeatedly.

Usage examples:

I was an escaped jailbird

Jailbreak

ˈdʒeɪl.breɪk

Meanings of Jailbreak:

noun

An escape from jail.

Usage examples:

He's on the run again after masterminding a spectacular jailbreak
verb

Modify (a smartphone or other electronic device) to remove restrictions imposed by the manufacturer or operator, e.g. to allow the installation of unauthorized software.

Usage examples:

In order to use these programs, iphone owners have to jailbreak their device

Jailbreaks

ˈdʒeɪl.breɪk

Meanings of Jailbreaks:

noun

An escape from jail.

Usage examples:

He's on the run again after masterminding a spectacular jailbreak
verb

Modify (a smartphone or other electronic device) to remove restrictions imposed by the manufacturer or operator, e.g. to allow the installation of unauthorized software.

Usage examples:

In order to use these programs, iphone owners have to jailbreak their device

Jailed

dʒeɪl

Meanings of Jailed:

verb

Put (someone) in jail.

Usage examples:

The driver was jailed for two years
noun

A place for the confinement of people accused or convicted of a crime.

Usage examples:

He spent 15 years in jail

Jailer

ˈdʒeɪ.lər

Meanings of Jailer:

noun

A person in charge of a jail or of the prisoners in it.

Usage examples:

She was trapped in a prison and her jailer refused to release her.

Jailers

ˈdʒeɪ.lər

Meanings of Jailers:

noun

A person in charge of a jail or of the prisoners in it.

Usage examples:

She was trapped in a prison and her jailer refused to release her.

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