[jong-gler; French zhawn-glœr] /ˈdʒɒŋ glər; French ʒɔ̃ˈglœr/
noun, plural jongleurs
[jong-glerz; French zhawn-glœr] /ˈdʒɒŋ glərz; French ʒɔ̃ˈglœr/ (Show IPA)
(in medieval France and Norman England) an itinerant minstrel or entertainer who sang songs, often of his own composition, and told stories.
(in medieval France) an itinerant minstrel
“wandering minstrel,” 1779, from Norman-French jongleur, variant of Old French jogleor, from Latin ioculator “jester, joker” (see juggler). Revived in a technical sense by modern writers.
[jong-ker] /ˈdʒɒŋ kər/ noun 1. a noted diamond weighing 726 carats, discovered in the Transvaal in 1934 and cut into 12 pieces.
[yœn-chœ-ping] /ˈyœn tʃœ pɪŋ/ noun 1. a city in S Sweden. /Swedish ˈjœntçøːpiŋ/ noun 1. a city in S Sweden, on the S shore of Lake Vättern: scene of the conclusion of peace between Sweden and Denmark in 1809. Pop: 119 971 (2004 est)
[jon-ik] /ˈdʒɒn ɪk/ adjective, British, Australian Informal. 1. .
/ˈdʒɒnək/ adjective 1. (usually postpositive) genuine; real adverb 2. honestly; truly; genuinely