[juhd-suh n] /ˈdʒʌd sən/
Edward Zane Carroll (Ned Buntline) 1823–86, U.S. adventurer and writer of tales.
- Judy garland
[gahr-luh nd] /ˈgɑr lənd/ noun 1. Hamlin [ham-lin] /ˈhæm lɪn/ (Show IPA), 1860–1940, U.S. novelist, short-story writer, and poet. 2. Judy (Frances Gumm) 1922–69, U.S. singer and actress. 3. a city in NE Texas, near Dallas. 4. a male or female given name. /ˈɡɑːlənd/ noun 1. a wreath or festoon of flowers, leaves, etc, worn […]
[joo-dee] /ˈdʒu di/ noun 1. the wife of Punch in the puppet show called Punch and Judy. 2. Also, Judie. a female given name, form of . [hol-i-dey] /ˈhɒl ɪˌdeɪ/ noun 1. Judith Tuvim (“Judy”) 1921–65, U.S. comic actress. [jon-suh n; for 5 also Swedish yoo n-sawn] /ˈdʒɒn sən; for 5 also Swedish ˈyʊn sɔn/ […]
[wahn fer-nan-dez, joo-uh n; Spanish hwahn fer-nahn-des] /wɑn fərˈnæn dɛz, ˈdʒu ən; Spanish ˈʰwɑn fɛrˈnɑn dɛs/ noun 1. a group of three islands in the S Pacific, 400 miles (645 km) W of and belonging to Chile: Alexander Selkirk, the alleged prototype of Robinson Crusoe, was marooned here 1704.
[juhg] /dʒʌg/ noun 1. a large container usually made of earthenware, metal, or glass, commonly having a handle, a narrow neck, and sometimes a cap or cork. 2. the contents of such a container; jugful: a jug of wine. 3. Slang. jail; prison. 4. jugs, Slang: Vulgar. a woman’s breasts. verb (used with object), jugged, […]