[joi-uh-duh] /ˈdʒɔɪ ə də/
noun, Douay Bible.
(whom Jehovah favours) = Jehoiada. (1.) Neh. 3:6. (2.) One of the high priests (12:10, 11, 22).
(whom Jehovah has set up) = Jehoiakim, a high priest, the son and successor of Jeshua (Neh. 12:10, 12, 26).
(whom Jehovah defends) = Jehoiarib. (1.) The founder of one of the courses of the priests (Neh. 11:10). (2.) Neh. 11:5; a descendant of Judah. (3.) Neh. 12:6. (4.) Ezra 8:16, a “man of understanding” whom Ezra sent to “bring ministers for the house of God.”
[zhwaduh vee-vruh] /ʒwadə ˈvi vrə/ noun, French. 1. a delight in being alive; keen, carefree enjoyment of living. /ʒwa də vivrə/ noun 1. joy of living; enjoyment of life; ebullience n. 1889, French, literally “joy of living.” joie de vivre [(zhwah duh veev-ruh, veev)] A love of life. From French, meaning “joy of living.”
[join-der] /ˈdʒɔɪn dər/ noun 1. the act of joining. 2. Law. /ˈdʒɔɪndə/ noun 1. the act of joining, esp in legal contexts 2. (law) n. “act of joining together” (usually in specific legal senses), c.1600, from French joindre “to join,” taken as a noun (see join).