[jog-yuh-kahr-tuh, johg-] /ˌdʒɒg yəˈkɑr tə, ˌdʒoʊg-/
a city in central Java, in S Indonesia.
a former spelling of Yogyakarta
[jog] /dʒɒg/ verb (used with object), jogged, jogging. 1. to move or shake with a push or jerk: The horseman jogged the reins lightly. 2. to cause to function with a jolt for a moment or in a series of disconnected motions: He jogged the motor and started the machine. 3. to push slightly, as […]
noun 1. a slow, regular, jolting pace, as of a horse. 2. an uneventful, humdrum way of living, doing something, etc.: a sleepy little town where life proceeded at a jog trot. noun 1. an easy bouncy gait, esp of a horse, midway between a walk and a trot 2. a monotonous or regular way […]
whom Jehovah graciously bestows. (1.) One of the Gadite heroes who joined David in the desert of Judah (1 Chr. 12:12). (2.) The oldest of King Josiah’s sons (1 Chr. 3:15). (3.) Son of Careah, one of the Jewish chiefs who rallied round Gedaliah, whom Nebuchadnezzar had made governor in Jerusalem (2 Kings 25:23; Jer. […]
- Johanan ben Zakkai
[joh-han-uh n ben zak-ey-ahy; Sephardic Hebrew yaw-khah-nahn ben zah-kahy] /dʒoʊˈhæn ən bɛn ˈzæk eɪˌaɪ; Sephardic Hebrew ˌyɔ xɑˈnɑn bɛn zɑˈkaɪ/ noun 1. died a.d. c80, Palestinian rabbi who was a leading Pharisaic teacher: disciple of Hillel.