[juh-fet-ik] /dʒəˈfɛt ɪk/
of or relating to Japheth.
of or relating to a hypothesized group of languages of the Caucasus, Mesopotamia, Asia Minor, and southern Europe, including the Caucasian languages, Sumerian, Basque, and Etruscan, formerly thought by some to represent a stage in language development that preceded the development of Indo-European and Semitic.
denoting a discredited grouping of languages that postulated a relationship between Basque, Etruscan, and Georgian among others
old name for “Indo-European” (see Aryan), 1828, from Biblical Japheth.
splendid. (1.) The king of Lachish, who joined in the confederacy against Joshua (Josh. 10:3), and was defeated and slain. In one of the Amarna tablets he speaks of himself as king of Gezer. Called also Horam (Josh. 10:33). (2.) One of the sons of David (2 Sam. 5:15), born in Jerusalem. (3.) A town […]
beauty, a sea-port in Dan (Josh. 19:46); called Joppa (q.v.) in 2 Chr. 2:16; Ezra 3:7; Jonah 1:3; and in New Testament.
[jap-lish] /ˈdʒæp lɪʃ/ noun 1. spoken or written with a large admixture of words and expressions. 2. spoken or written with features characteristic of . /ˈdʒæplɪʃ/ noun 1. the adoption and adaptation of English words into the Japanese language Also called Japanglish n. “Japanese with many English words,” 1960, from Japanese + English.
1. . 2. . [jap-uh-neez, -nees] /ˌdʒæp əˈniz, -ˈnis/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or characteristic of , its people, or their language. noun, plural Japanese. 2. a native or inhabitant of . 3. a person of Japanese ancestry. 4. the language of . Abbreviation: Japn., Japn. /ˌdʒæpəˈniːz/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or characteristic […]