[juhs-iv] /ˈdʒʌs ɪv/ Grammar
(especially in Semitic languages) expressing a mild command.
a jussive form, mood, case, construction, or word.
(grammar) another word for imperative (sense 3)
“grammatical mode expressing command,” 1846, from Latin iuss-, past participle stem of iubere “to bid, command,” from PIE *yeudh- “to move violently, fight;” + -ive.
[juhs soh-lahy, -lee] /ˈdʒʌs ˈsoʊ laɪ, -li/ noun, Law. 1. the principle that the country of citizenship of a child is determined by its country of birth. /ˈsəʊlaɪ/ noun 1. (law) the principle that a person’s nationality at birth is determined by the territory within which he was born Compare jus sanguinis
[juhst] /dʒʌst/ adjective 1. guided by truth, reason, justice, and fairness: We hope to be just in our understanding of such difficult situations. 2. done or made according to principle; equitable; proper: a just reply. 3. based on right; rightful; lawful: a just claim. 4. in keeping with truth or fact; true; correct: a just […]
- Just about
Almost, very nearly, as in This job is just about done, or At just about midnight we’ll uncork the champagne. This phrase is sometimes used alone, as in Are you finished yet?—Just about. It uses about in the sense of “nearly,” a usage dating from the early 1600s.
- Just a bunch of disks
jargon, storage (JBOD, or “Just a Bunch of Drives”) A storage subsystems using multiple independent disk drives, as opposed to one form of RAID or another. For example, Unisys open storage provides JBOD in both SCSI and fibre channel interfaces. Unisys JBOD (http://marketplace.unisys.com/storage/jbod.html). (1998-12-21)