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Judaism the religion of the Jewish people. It is based on the belief in one God and on two holy books, the Old Testament of the Bible and the Talmud.
judge a person trained to hear and decide cases brought before a court of law. [6 definitions]
judgment an opinion formed after carefully studying all of the information. [2 definitions]
judicial having to do with judges, law courts, or their activities. [2 definitions]
judo a sport or way of fighting without weapons. Judo does not allow blows or throws that harm.
jug a container for holding liquids. A jug usually has a handle and a narrow spout or opening. [2 definitions]
juggernaut any large, powerful force, group, or object that can overcome or crush anything around it. [2 definitions]
juggle to keep in motion in the air while tossing and catching. [3 definitions]
juice the natural liquid from plants or meats. The liquid from fruits is used for drinking.
juicy having a great amount of juice.
jukebox a machine that holds many different records or CDs and plays music when money is put in. By pushing a button, the song that is chosen will play.
July the seventh month of the year. July has thirty-one days.
jumble to put or throw together in a confused pile. [4 definitions]
jumbo very large.
jump to leap into the air. [11 definitions]
jump at to take or accept quickly and eagerly.
jumper2 a dress without sleeves worn over a shirt or blouse. [3 definitions]
jump rope a rope held at each end and swung under the feet and over the head as a person jumps. Jump ropes are used for exercise or as a game.
jump suit a piece of clothing that covers the arms, legs, and body and is worn by people who parachute. [2 definitions]
junction a point or place where things are joined together. [3 definitions]
June the sixth month of the year. June has thirty days. Summer begins in June for people who live north of the equator.