snatched away by God. (1.) A descendant of Benjamin (1 Chr. 9:35; 8:29). (2.) One of the Levites who took part in praising God on the removal of the ark to Jerusalem (1 Chr. 16:5). (3.) 2 Chr. 29:13. A Levite of the sons of Asaph. (4.) 2 Chr. 26:11. A scribe. (5.) 1 Chr. 5:7. A Reubenite chief. (6.) One of the chief Levites, who made an offering for the restoration of the Passover by Josiah (2 Chr. 35:9). (7.) Ezra 8:13. (8.) Ezra 10:43.
1. variant of before a vowel: jejunectomy.
- Jejunal and ileal veins
jejunal and ileal veins pl.n. The veins that drain the jejunum and ileum and terminate in the superior mesenteric vein. Also called ileal veins.
- Jejunal artery
jejunal artery n. Any of various arteries with their origin in the superior mesenteric artery, with distribution to the jejunum, and with anastomoses with one another and with the ileal arteries. Also called intestinal artery.
[ji-joon] /dʒɪˈdʒun/ adjective 1. without interest or significance; dull; insipid: a jejune novel. 2. juvenile; immature; childish: jejune behavior. 3. lacking knowledge or experience; uninformed: jejune attempts to design a house. 4. deficient or lacking in nutritive value: a jejune diet. /dʒɪˈdʒuːn/ adjective 1. simple; naive; unsophisticated 2. insipid; dull; dry 3. lacking nourishment; insubstantial […]