a stew made of wild rabbit, usually cooked in an earthenware jug or stone pot.
a stew of hare cooked in an earthenware pot or casserole
[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, […]
[juhg-er-nawt, -not] /ˈdʒʌg ərˌnɔt, -ˌnɒt/ noun 1. (often lowercase) any large, overpowering, destructive force or object, as war, a giant battleship, or a powerful football team. 2. (often lowercase) anything requiring blind devotion or cruel sacrifice. 3. Also called Jagannath. an idol of Krishna, at Puri in Orissa, India, annually drawn on an enormous cart […]
[juhg-inz] /ˈdʒʌg ɪnz/ noun, plural jugginses. Chiefly British. 1. a simpleton. /ˈdʒʌɡɪnz/ noun 1. (Brit, informal) a silly person; simpleton noun
[juhg-uh l] /ˈdʒʌg əl/ verb (used with object), juggled, juggling. 1. to keep (several objects, as balls, plates, tenpins, or knives) in continuous motion in the air simultaneously by tossing and catching. 2. to hold, catch, carry, or balance precariously; almost drop and then catch hold again: The center fielder juggled the ball but finally […]