[jak-in-th uh-poo l-pit, -puhl-] /ˈdʒæk ɪn ðəˈpʊl pɪt, -ˈpʌl-/
noun, plural jack-in-the-pulpits.
A North American plant, Arisaema triphyllum, of the arum family, having an upright spadix arched over by a green or striped purplish-brown spathe.
an E North American aroid plant, Arisaema triphyllum, having a leaflike spathe partly arched over a clublike spadix
(Brit) another name for cuckoopint
- Jack it
verb phrase To play half-heartedly, claiming an injury; malinger: Piniella’s charge that Henderson was ”jacking it” [1970s+ Baseball; fr earlier jake, ”a player who loafs or stalls,” apparently based on the name of Jake Stahl, who played and managed various teams between 1903 and 1913, because his surname rhymes with ”stall”]
- Jack kemp
[kemp] /kɛmp/ noun 1. Jack F. 1935–2009, U.S. politician: congressman 1970–89. 2. a male given name. /kɛmp/ noun 1. a coarse hair or strand of hair, esp one in a fleece that resists dyeing
[kech] /kɛtʃ/ noun, British Slang. 1. a public hangman. /kɛtʃ/ noun 1. (Brit, archaic) a hangman
- Jack kilby
person (1924 – 2005-06-20) The electronics engineer who invented the integrated circuit in 1958 at Texas Instruments. TI Biography (http://ti.com/corp/docs/kilbyctr/jackstclair.shtml). [Was the JK flip-flop named after him?] (2005-06-22)