[jah-yuh-poo r-uh] /ˌdʒɑ yəˈpʊər ə/
a city in and the capital of Irian Jaya, on the NE coast, in Indonesia.
[eer-ee-ahn jah-yah] /ˈɪər iˌɑn ˈdʒɑ yɑ/
the W part of the island of New Guinea, formerly a Dutch territory: a province of Indonesia since 1963. About 159,000 sq. mi. (411,810 sq. km).
a port in NE Indonesia, capital of Papua (formerly Irian Jaya), on the N coast. Pop: 155 548 (2000) Former spelling Djajapura Former names Sukarnapura, Kotabaru, Hollandia
a former Indonesian name (1973–2001) for Papua (sense 2)
/ˌdʒeɪəˈwɑːdɪnə/ noun 1. Junius Richard. 1906–96, Sri Lankan statesman; prime minister (1977–78) and first president of Sri Lanka (1978–89)
[jah-yah-wee-jah-yah] /ˈdʒɑ yɑ wiˈdʒɑ yɑ/ noun 1. a range in E central Irian Jaya, on New Guinea. Highest peak, Trikora, 15,584 feet (4750 meters).
[jey-burd] /ˈdʒeɪˌbɜrd/ noun 1. 1 . n. 1660s, from jay + bird (n.). It appears after the time jay began to be used of persons, too. see: naked as a jaybird
[jey-see] /ˈdʒeɪˈsi/ noun 1. a member of a civic group for young business and community leaders. /ˈdʒeɪˈsiː/ noun 1. (Austral & NZ, US & Canadian) a young person who belongs to a junior chamber of commerce n. 1946, American English, from pronunciation of J.C., in Junior Chamber (of Commerce).