[joh-nuh] /ˈdʒoʊ nə/
a Minor Prophet who, for his impiety, was thrown overboard from his ship and swallowed by a large fish, remaining in its belly for three days before being cast up onto the shore unharmed.
a book of the Bible bearing his name.
any person or thing regarded as bringing bad luck.
[joh-nuh s] /ˈdʒoʊ nəs/ (Show IPA). a male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning “dove.”.
a person believed to bring bad luck to those around him; a jinx
masc. proper name, from Late Latin Jonas, from Greek Ionas, from Hebrew yonah “dove, pigeon” (cf. Jonah).
masc. proper name, biblical prophet, from Hebrew Yonah, literally “dove, pigeon.”
(1.) Greek form of Jonah (Matt. 12:39, 40, 41, etc.). (2.) The father of the apostles Peter (John 21:15-17) and Andrew; but the reading should be (also in 1:42), as in the Revised Version, “John,” instead of Jonas.
a dove, the son of Amittai of Gath-hepher. He was a prophet of Israel, and predicted the restoration of the ancient boundaries (2 Kings 14:25-27) of the kingdom. He exercised his ministry very early in the reign of Jeroboam II., and thus was contemporary with Hosea and Amos; or possibly he preceded them, and consequently may have been the very oldest of all the prophets whose writings we possess. His personal history is mainly to be gathered from the book which bears his name. It is chiefly interesting from the two-fold character in which he appears, (1) as a missionary to heathen Nineveh, and (2) as a type of the “Son of man.”
- Jonas lie
[lee] /li/ noun 1. Jonas, 1880–1940, U.S. painter, born in Norway. 2. (Marius) Sophus [mah-ree-oo s soh-foo s] /ˌmɑ ri ʊs ˈsoʊ fʊs/ (Show IPA), 1842–99, Norwegian mathematician. 3. Trygve Halvdan [trig-vuh hahlv-dahn;; Norwegian tryg-vuh hahlv-dahn] /ˈtrɪg və ˈhɑlv dɑn;; Norwegian ˈtrüg və ˈhɑlv dɑn/ (Show IPA), 1896–1968, Norwegian statesman: secretary-general of the United Nations […]
[jon-uh-thuh n] /ˈdʒɒn ə θən/ noun 1. a variety of red apple that matures in early autumn. [jon-uh-thuh n] /ˈdʒɒn ə θən/ noun 1. a son of Saul and friend of David. I Sam. 18–20. 2. Archaic. an American, especially a New Englander. Compare . 3. a male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning […]
noun, Plant Pathology. 1. a disease of stored apples, especially the Jonathan, characterized by circular lesions on the fruit.
- Jonathan swift
[swift] /swɪft/ noun 1. Gustavus Franklin, 1839–1903, U.S. meat packer. 2. Jonathan (“Isaac Bickerstaff”) 1667–1745, English satirist and clergyman, born in Ireland.