noun, U.S. History.
any state law discriminating against black persons.
[jim-dan-dee] /ˈdʒɪmˈdæn di/ Informal. adjective 1. of superior quality; excellent: a jim-dandy sports car. noun, plural jim-dandies. 2. something of superior quality or that is an excellent example of its kind: The new infirmary is a real jim-dandy. n. “remarkable person or thing,” 1844, perhaps from an old song, “Dandy Jim of Caroline” (1840s). adjective […]
[jim] /dʒɪm/ noun, Printing, Journalism. 1. a dash, often three ems long, used within a headline, between the headline and the main body of printed matter, between items in a single column, or between related but different material within a story.
[hee-me-neth] /hiˈmɛ nɛθ/ noun 1. Juan Ramón [hwahn rah-mawn] /ʰwɑn rɑˈmɔn/ (Show IPA), 1881–1958, Spanish poet: Nobel Prize 1956. /Spanish xiˈmenɛθ/ noun 1. Juan Ramón (xwan raˈmɔn). 1881–1958, Spanish lyric poet. His most famous work is Platero y yo (1917), a prose poem: Nobel prize for literature 1956
- Jimenez de cisneros
[hee-me-neth th e thees-ne-raws] /hiˈmɛ nɛθ ðɛ θisˈnɛ rɔs/ noun 1. Francisco [frahn-thees-kaw] /frɑnˈθis kɔ/ (Show IPA), 1436–1517, Spanish cardinal and statesman. /Spanish xiˈmeneð ðe θizˈnerɔs/ noun 1. Francisco (franˈθisko). 1436–1517, Spanish cardinal and statesman; regent of Castile (1506–07) and Spain (1516–17) and grand inquisitor for Castile and León (1507–17) Also Ximenes de Cisneros, Ximenez […]