The jak, on the contrary, is planted near every house, and forms the shade of every garden.
He took Jon and jak by the ear and heaved them out of the hiding-place.
Jaconet, jak′o-net, n. a cotton fabric, rather stouter than muslin.
As he says, 'For jak wold be a Jentilman that late was a grome.'
Five yards more, and jak agitatedly began to bustle his family into movement.
Jacamar, jak′a-mar, n. a South American bird something like a kingfisher.
Yu shouldnt let yure lover see yure pheelings tew mutch, but make beleave that yu haint got no jak in yure hand.
Sanjak, san′jak, n. an administrative subdivision of a Turkish vilayet or eyalet.
They also cultivate limes, oranges, jak fruit (Artocarpus integrifolia), etc.
The phellow swung for the jack with his king, and kaught the duce, and then the gall swung with her jak, and kaught his 10 spot.