Moreover the eyes of jal are made of such stones, and there are others.
May the curse of jal and Aca cleave to you, you dogs without a kennel!
jal says briefly: The peasants of Normandy have a great love for the bonnet of cotton.
The feast of jal was celebrated in order to secure a good seed-bed and springing time for the grain.
The information here given is taken from jal, Archéologie navale, vol.
As to whether these strangers who are named Aca and jal are true gods or false, we say no word.
When you proclaimed these strangers to be Aca and jal, we accepted them, perhaps too easily and after too short a search.
The feast celebrated in the spring was sacred to jal, and that in the autumn to the mother-goddess.
jalap, jal′ap, n. the purgative root of a plant first brought from jalapa or Xalapa, in Mexico.
When thou art eighty years old, as jal Sinclair is, perhaps thou wilt know more.