Fews Glossary: J

Dialect ‘J’
Jag                 prick
Jamety          an old ejaculation
Jamety Katty         and others.. as above
Jap                 splash on clothes, ‘I’m all japed with mud’
Jig                  dance
Jigged           drunk
Jiggered       exhausted, ‘wrecked’
Join               var.  ‘I’m joined with John’, ‘The crowd joined and we had to run’, attacked
Jog                push
Joggle          to move from side to side
Jouk, duke   to stoop to hide, avoid a blow
Jubus           dubious, suspicious
Jundy            push, also ‘junty’
Juke              to stoop, avoid

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