a person who claims to live according to a philosophy based on that of the fictional Jedi, a caste of wizards in the Star Wars series of films by George Lucas, US film director
any member of the knightly order in Star Wars, which was trained to defend justice and peace in the universe; also called Jedi knight
Luke Skywalker was a Jedi knight.
characters in the “Star Wars” sagas, 1977, apparently an invented word.
known by God. (1.) One of the sons of Benjamin, whose descendants numbered 17,200 warriors (1 Chr. 7:6, 10, 11). (2.) A Shimrite, one of David’s bodyguard (1 Chr. 11:45). Probably same as in 12:20. (3.) A Korhite of the family of Ebiasaph, and one of the gate-keepers to the temple (1 Chr. 26:2).
beloved by Jehovah, the name which, by the mouth of Nathan, the Lord gave to Solomon at his birth as a token of the divine favour (2 Sam. 12:25).
- Jedi knight
noun See Jedi
person, abuse, humour Synonymous with IYFEG. At one time, people in the Usenet newsgroup news:rec.humor.funny tended to use “JEDR” instead of IYFEG or “”; this stemmed from a public attempt to suppress the group once made by a loser with initials JEDR after he was offended by an ethnic joke posted there. (The practice was […]