[jag-wahr, -yoo-ahr; especially British jag-yoo-er] /ˈdʒæg wɑr, -yuˌɑr; especially British ˈdʒæg yu ər/
a large spotted feline, Panthera onca, of tropical America, having a tawny coat with black rosettes: now greatly reduced in number and endangered in some areas.
a large feline mammal, Panthera onca, of S North America, Central America, and N South America, similar to the leopard but with a shorter tail and larger spots on its coat
big cat of the Americas (Felis onca), c.1600, from Portuguese jaguar, from Tupi jaguara, said to be a name “denoting any larger beast of prey” [Klein]. Also a type of British-made car; in this sense the abbreviation Jag is attested from 1959.
noun 1. (South Wales, dialect) a rag-and-bone man
noun 1. (slang) a young man who is regarded as a brash, loud show-off
[jak-tahr] /ˈdʒækˈtɑr/ noun 1. a sailor.
[jak-straw] /ˈdʒækˌstrɔ/ noun 1. one of a group of strips of wood or similar objects, as straws or toothpicks, used in the game of jackstraws. 2. jackstraws, (used with a singular verb) a game in which players compete in picking up, one by one, as many jackstraws as possible without disturbing the heap. 3. Obsolete. […]