[French zhœn pruh-myey] /French ʒœn prəˈmyeɪ/
noun, plural jeunes premiers
[French zhœn pruh-myey] /French ʒœn prəˈmyeɪ/ (Show IPA)
the male juvenile lead in a play or movie.
a young actor who plays such a role.
[French zhœn pruh-myer] /French ʒœn prəˈmyɛr/ noun, plural jeunes premières [French zhœn pruh-myer] /French ʒœn prəˈmyɛr/ (Show IPA) 1. the female juvenile lead in a play or movie. 2. a young actress who plays such a role.
[zhœ-nes daw-rey] /ʒœ nɛs dɔˈreɪ/ French. 1. wealthy, stylish, sophisticated young people. /ʒœnɛs dɔre/ noun 1. rich and fashionable young people
assembler. (1.) The oldest of Esau’s three sons by Aholibamah (Gen. 36:5, 14, 18). (2.) A son of Bilhan, grandson of Benjamin (1 Chr. 7:10). (3.) A Levite, one of the sons of Shimei (1 Chr. 23:10, 11). (4.) One of the three sons of Rehoboam (2 Chr. 11:19). (5.) 1 Chr. 8:39.
[zhœ] /ʒœ/ noun, plural jeux [zhœ] /ʒœ/ (Show IPA). French. 1. a game. n. a French word for “play, game” occurring in some phrases borrowed into English, from Latin jocum “jest, joke, play, sport” (see joke (n.)).