[jod-per] /ˈdʒɒd pər/
jodhpurs, (used with a plural verb) riding breeches cut very full over the hips and tapering at the knees to become tightfitting from the knees to the ankles.
Also called jodhpur shoe, jodhpur boot. an ankle-high shoe for wearing with such breeches, having a strap that encircles the ankle and buckles on the side.
[jod-per; locally johd-poo r] /ˈdʒɒd pər; locally ˈdʒoʊd pʊər/
Also called Marwar. a former state in NW India, now in Rajasthan.
a city in central Rajasthan, in NW India.
riding breeches, loose-fitting around the hips and tight-fitting from the thighs to the ankles
Also called jodhpur boots. ankle-length leather riding boots
a former state of NW India, one of the W Rajputana states: now part of Rajasthan
a walled city in NW India, in W Rajasthan: university (1962). Pop: 846 408 (2001)
1913 (earlier as jodhpur breeches, 1899), from Jodhpur, former state in northwestern India. The city at the heart of the state was founded 1459 by Rao Jodha, a local ruler, and is named for him.
[joh-dee] /ˈdʒoʊ di/ noun 1. a female given name.
[jaw-daw] /ˈdʒɔ dɔ/ noun, Japanese. 1. . /ˈdʒəʊˌdəʊ/ noun 1. a Japanese Buddhist sect teaching salvation through faith in Buddha
[joh-doh shin-shoo] /ˈdʒoʊ doʊ ˈʃɪn ʃu/ noun, Buddhism. 1. the largest sect of Jodo, stressing simple trust rather than ritual as the means to salvation.
[jod-ruh l] /ˈdʒɒd rəl/ noun 1. site of a radio astronomy observatory (Nuffield Radio Astronomy Laboratories) in NE Cheshire, England, that operates a 250-foot (76-meter) radio telescope. /ˈdʒɒdrəl/ noun 1. an astronomical observatory in NW England, in Cheshire: radio telescope with a steerable parabolic dish, 75 m (250 ft) in diameter