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1. feminine noun Jewel.

Etymology: From Old French joel.


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1. masculine noun Stocking.

Etymology: From jamba plus derivative suffix -au.


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1. derivative suffix Added to a noun, it derives a new noun. It means land, place, jurisdiction, set of things. For words ending in -er meaning the name of a worker, it means the name of the profession (in general) or the name of shop. Example: poimer, book of poems, poimerja, poetry; turc, Turk (or Turkish), Turcja, Turkey; later, milkman, laterja, dairy.

Etymology: From Greek -ia via Latin -ia.


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1. proper noun Jesus.

Etymology: From Latin Iesus.


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1. masculine noun Game, play.

Etymology: From Latin iocus.

J~s Olìmpics

[joks oˈlimpiks]

1. masculine noun, plural Olympic Games.


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1. transitive verb To play (a game).

2. intransitive verb To play.

Etymology: From joc plus derivative suffix -re.


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1. feminine noun Leg.

Etymology: From Latin gamba via French jambe.


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1. feminine noun Fairness, justice.

Etymology: From just plus derivative suffix -iza.


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1. adjective Fair, just.

Etymology: From Latin iustus.


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1. personal pronoun I (subject), me (object, only after a preposition).

Spelling: Before words beginning with a vowel or h-, it turns into j’, with word ligature (both words are written together without intermediate spaces).

Etymology: From Latin ego via Spanish yo.