[joo-noh-esk] /ˌdʒu noʊˈɛsk/
(of a woman) stately; regal.
having stately bearing and regal beauty like the goddess Juno
in reference to stately, mature beauty, 1861, from Juno + -esque. Qualities associated with the Roman goddess, who also was notable for her fits of rage.
noun Old and discarded odds and ends; rummage; junk: a wonderful collection of white elephants, trash, treasures and, as the antique dealers spell it, ”junque”/ ever since the self-described ”junque” jeweler arrived in New York [the pseudo-French spelling lends a certain chic and dignity to the material]
abbreviation 1. junior
[hoo n-tuh, juhn‐, huhn‐] /ˈhʊn tə, ˈdʒʌn‐, ˈhʌn‐/ noun 1. a small group ruling a country, especially immediately after a coup d’état and before a legally constituted government has been instituted. 2. a council. 3. a deliberative or administrative council, especially in Spain and Latin America. 4. . /ˈdʒʊntə; ˈdʒʌn-; US ˈhʊntə/ noun 1. a […]
[juhn-toh] /ˈdʒʌn toʊ/ noun, plural juntos. 1. a self-appointed committee, especially with political aims; cabal. /ˈdʒʊntəʊ; ˈdʒʌn-/ noun (pl) -tos 1. a variant of junta (sense 2) noun See junta n. 1640s, erroneous formation of junta on model of Spanish nouns ending in -o.