1530s, a form of Hebrew Yah, short for Yahweh “Jehovah.” Used in some English bibles. Cognate with the second element in hallelujah and in Elijah.
a contraction for Jehovah (Ps. 68:4).
place of sojourn, a city on the southern border of Judah (Josh. 15:21).
[jah-gwuh-ruhn-dee, -gyoo-uh-, jag-wuh-, -yoo-uh-] /ˌdʒɑ gwəˈrʌn di, -gyu ə-, ˌdʒæg wə-, -yu ə-/ noun, plural jaguarundis. 1. a long-bodied and long-tailed tropical wildcat, Felis yagouaroundi, having a brownish-gray coat and a second color phase of reddish-brown: now reduced in number and endangered in some areas.
/ˌdʒæɡwəˈrɒndɪ/ noun (pl) -dis 1. a feline mammal, Felis yagouaroundi, of Central and South America, with a reddish or grey coat, short legs, and a long tail See also eyra
- James buchanan
[byoo-kan-uh n, buh-] /byuˈkæn ən, bə-/ noun 1. James, 1791–1868, 15th president of the U.S. 1857–61. /bjuːˈkænən/ noun 1. George. 1506–82, Scottish historian, who was tutor to Mary, Queen of Scots and James VI; author of History of Scotland (1582) 2. James. 1791–1868, 15th president of the US (1857–61)