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jobber someone who sells goods to retail merchants for resale; wholesaler. [2 definitions]
Job Corps a U.S. Government program that provides job training for underprivileged young people.
jobholder someone who is steadily employed.
jobless denoting or pertaining to persons who do not have jobs. [2 definitions]
job lot a large quantity of assorted goods, usu. sold or handled as a single transaction. [2 definitions]
Job's-tears (used with a sing. verb) an annual tropical grass that bears hard, beadlike seeds containing edible grains.
jock1 (informal) someone employed to ride horses in races; jockey.
jock2 a jockstrap. [2 definitions]
jockey someone employed to ride horses in races. [6 definitions]
jockstrap an elastic strap with a pouch to support a male's genitals during athletic activities; athletic supporter.
jocose inclined to joke; jovial; merry. [2 definitions]
jocular jovial or inclined to joke; merry. [2 definitions]
jocund merry or cheerful in manner or appearance; jovial.
jodhpurs trousers that are baggy at the hips but tight below the knees, often worn for riding horses.
joey the young of a kangaroo.
jog1 to move or jar slightly; nudge. [9 definitions]
jog2 a sudden turn or bend. [3 definitions]
joggle to move back and forth rapidly but gently; shake. [3 definitions]
jog trot a slow, regular, jolting gait, esp. of a horse.
Johannesburg a city in the country of South Africa, and one of the largest cities on the continent of Africa.
Johannes Kepler a German astronomer and mathematician (b.1571--d.1630).