[jahr-dn-eer, zhahr-dn-yair] /ˌdʒɑr dnˈɪər, ˌʒɑr dnˈyɛər/
an ornamental receptacle or stand for holding plants, flowers, etc.
various vegetables diced and boiled or glazed, used for garnishing meat or poultry.
an ornamental pot or trough for plants
a garnish of fresh vegetables, cooked, diced, and served around a dish of meat
ornamental flower stand, 1841, from French jardinière “flower pot; female gardener, gardener’s wife,” noun use of fem. of adjective jardinier “of the garden,” from jardin (see garden (n.)).
[jar-id] /ˈdʒær ɪd/ noun 1. (in the Book of Mormon) the eponymous ancestor of the . 2. a male given name. descent. (1.) The fourth antediluvian patriarch in descent from Seth (Gen. 5:15-20; Luke 3:37), the father of Enoch; called Jered in 1 Chr. 1:2. (2.) A son of Ezra probably (1 Chr. 4:18).
[jar-i-dahyt] /ˈdʒær ɪˌdaɪt/ noun 1. (in Mormon belief) a member of a tribe of people who settled America after the dispersal at Babel.
[jahr-foo l] /ˈdʒɑr fʊl/ noun, plural jarfuls. 1. the amount that a can hold.
[jahr-guh n, -gon] /ˈdʒɑr gən, -gɒn/ noun 1. the language, especially the vocabulary, peculiar to a particular trade, profession, or group: medical jargon. 2. unintelligible or meaningless talk or writing; gibberish. 3. any talk or writing that one does not understand. 4. . 5. language that is characterized by uncommon or pretentious vocabulary and convoluted […]