[yey-ger; for 1 also jey-ger] /ˈyeɪ gər; for 1 also ˈdʒeɪ gər/
any of several rapacious seabirds of the family Stercorariidae that pursue weaker birds to make them drop their prey.
a member of any of several groups of sharpshooters in the German or Austrian army.
(military) a marksman in certain units of the German or Austrian armies
a member of a light or mountain infantry unit in some European armies
(US & Canadian) any of several skuas of the genus Stercorarius
(rare) a hunter or hunter’s attendant
[jey-uh l] /ˈdʒeɪ əl/ noun 1. a woman who killed Sisera by hammering a tent pin into his head as he slept. Judges 4:17–22. /ˈdʒeɪəl/ noun 1. (Old Testament) the woman who killed Sisera when he took refuge in her tent (Judges 4:17–21) mountain-goat, the wife of Heber the Kenite (Judg. 4:17-22). When the Canaanites […]
[hah-en] /hɑˈɛn/ noun 1. a city in S Spain, NNW of Granada. /xaˈen/ noun 1. a city in S Spain. Pop: 115 638 (2003 est)
/dʒəˈfeɪkən/ noun (mainly Brit, informal) 1. a dialect of English spoken in London, with marked Jamaican influences 2. a white person who adopts this dialect
[jaf-uh, jah-fuh; locally yah-fah] /ˈdʒæf ə, ˈdʒɑ fə; locally ˈyɑ fɑ/ noun 1. a former seaport in W Israel, part of Tel Aviv-Jaffa since 1950: ancient Biblical town. /ˈdʒæfə; ˈdʒɑː-/ noun 1. a port in W Israel, on the Mediterranean: incorporated into Tel Aviv in 1950; an old Canaanite city Biblical name Joppa Hebrew name […]