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Jealy

(adjective) jealous =This new word has a slightly different meaning: it seems to shift the connotational meaning in a more positive direction; if someone is “jealy” of their friend, they are More…

Jealz

To be overzealous about something. To want something that another has. A way of expressing one's jealousy, usually benign. =Here “jealous!” is clipped to “jealz.” The vowels at the More…

jearb

Slang for JOB Intended Meaning: job Analysis: slang for job Possible Reason Used: Director likes to be unusual and use different, non-standard words. =Great jearb on the trip Etymology : More…

Jebus

1. Jesus Christ, deity of the Christian faith The idea of this episode of The Simsons was that Homer was sent to be a missionary. However, Homer knows almost nothing about Christianity as More…

Jeeves

A slang term to describe person who has to follow orders from a higher, superior authority. Jeeves is a technically a term for butler. However, nowadays, it refers to a person who is More…

jeggings

(blending) A pair of leggings that are made to look like skinny jeans. They are colored, patterned and cut like jeans. Many people find that wearing leggings is more comfortable than More…

jeli

shortened form of jealous meaning being envious of someone for their achievements, possessions, or appearance. clipping of the “jealous” from c.1200, gelus, later jelus (early 14c.), More…

jellin'

To be jealous of what someone else has, whether it be material or not. Often used in the bodybuilding community to highlight the feelings bodybuilders feel towards those who are more More…

Jells

Jealous or envious. =I'm so jells of your new car. Etymology : Clipping of jealous, from the Old French jalos, meaning "keen; zealous; avaricious; jealous" More…

jelly

of or pertaining to being jealous =The speaker shortened the word to mock a slang setting. She clipped the word jealous, purposely attempting to create a slang tone (and humor) in her More…

Jelly

jealous =This is a cuter way of saying jealous. Often girls will say to their boyfriends, "are you jelly?". Also, this can be a less obnoxious way of saying are you jealous; More…

jelly #2

jealous, envious =: This is an informal, slang way to describe someone who is jealous. It is often said in a joking, good-natured manner. A person may tell their friend that they are More…

Jelly (1)

jealous or envious of something =Typically used in a joking manner, jelly was initially used in online forums or memes but has slowly found its way to spoken English. Etymology : More…

Jelly (3)

To be jealous. Having envy. =This term is commonly used in casual conversation with close friends or people you are comfortable with. It is used as an adjective and adds playful emotion to More…

jelly (5)

(Clipping) jealous, envious =Primarily used in a joking manner, playing off the fact that the adjusted form of "jealous" sounds like the food product, "jelly" More…

Jelly (6)

To be jealous =Used as slang for the word jealous. Sounds more informal and more childish so as to belittle the idea to become more playful, therefore less serious. Etymology : More…

jelly(1)

jealous; feeling resentment because of another person’s gains or accomplishments. =Sometimes used as an interjection, (You got to see Maroon 5 live? Oh my gosh, jelly!) but more typically More…

jelly(2)

(noun) State of being extremely jealous. Generally asked as a question to taunt others. ="I got an A on my exam and I only studied half as long as you. You jelly?" Etymology : More…

Jenky

Something that is of questionable value, out of place or perceived as bad. This word was entirely new to me when I got to Rice. It was used in a similar context as “crap” is More…

jerked

doomed; screwed =We’re jerked – nothing can stop a monster that big! Etymology : Concatenation of noun “jerk” and adjective postfix “-ed”. =TV Show


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