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jubilate to feel joyful; rejoice; exult.
jubilation a feeling of great joy, pride, and happiness; exultation. [3 definitions]
jubilee a particularly celebrated anniversary, such as the fiftieth, or the celebration itself. [4 definitions]
Judah one of the sons of the Biblical patriarch Jacob and the ancestor of one of the ancient Hebrew tribes.
Judaic of or pertaining to Judaism or the Jews.
Judaism the monotheistic religion of the Jewish people, embodied in the Old Testament of the Bible and in the Talmud. [3 definitions]
Judaize to conform to or bring into conformity with Jewish practices, beliefs, customs, or the like.
Judas according to the New Testament, the disciple who betrayed Jesus Christ in exchange for thirty pieces of silver; Judas Iscariot. [3 definitions]
Judas tree a North American and Eurasian tree with purplish flowers; redbud.
Jude a book of the New Testament. [2 definitions]
Judeo- Jewish.
judge a legally trained public official who is authorized to preside over and decide cases brought before a court; magistrate. [8 definitions]
judge advocate in the military, a staff officer assigned as legal advisor to a commander or as the prosecutor at a court-martial.
Judges a book of the Old Testament that relates the history of the Jews between the death of Joshua and the birth of Samuel.
judgment the act of judging. [4 definitions]
judgmental tending to form disapproving opinions of others
Judgment Day in Christian theology, the day of God's last judgment; day of reckoning; doomsday.
judicatory of or pertaining to judging or justice, as in the legal system. [2 definitions]
judicature the administration of justice by courts or judges. [3 definitions]
judicial of, concerning, or appropriate to judges, courts of law, or the administration of justice. [3 definitions]
judicial activism judicial practice based on the belief that courts may play a role in the creation of new policy by broadly interpreting and reinterpreting the language of the Constitution and other laws when doing so best enables the service of justice.