[jag-id] /ˈdʒæg ɪd/
having ragged notches, points, or teeth; zigzag:
the jagged edge of a saw; a jagged wound.
having a harsh, rough, or uneven quality.
having sharp projecting notches; ragged; serrate
mid-15c., from verb jaggen (c.1400) “to pierce, slash, cut; to notch or nick; cut or tear unevenly,” Scottish and northern English, of unknown origin. Originally of garments with regular “toothed” edges; meaning “with the edge irregularly cut” is from 1570s. Related: Jaggedly; jaggedness.
/ˈdʒæɡə/ noun 1. Sir Mick, full name Michael Philip Jagger. born 1943, English rock singer and songwriter: lead vocalist with the Rolling Stones
[jag-uh-ree] /ˈdʒæg ə ri/ noun 1. a coarse, dark sugar, especially that made from the sap of East Indian palm trees. /ˈdʒæɡərɪ/ noun 1. a coarse brown sugar made in the East Indies from the sap of the date palm
[jag-eez] /ˈdʒæg iz/ noun, (used with a plural verb) 1. . graphics /jag’eez/ (Or “staircase”) The “staircase” effect observable when an edge (especially a linear edge of very shallow or steep slope) is rendered on a bitmap display (as opposed to a vector display). The effect is even more pronounced when a bitmap image or […]
[jag] /dʒæg/ noun 1. a sharp projection on an edge or surface. verb (used with object), jagged, jagging. 2. to cut or slash, especially in points or pendants along the edge; form notches, teeth, or ragged points in. verb (used without object), jagged, jagging. 3. to move with a jerk; jog. /dʒæɡ/ verb jags, jagging, […]