A recent, far more dubious report claimed that jay Z has had a years-long affair with the R&B singer Mya.
She is the daughter of one senator and the wife of another—Senate Intelligence Committee Chair jay Rockefeller.
They were interviewed on Oprah, Good Morning America, and The Tonight Show with jay Leno.
Press Secretary jay Carney mentioned Obama's respect for George H. W.'s foreign policy.
That is the version of jay Gatsby you should be for Halloween this year.
jay Gould was deeply religious in his own way, though I am told he wrecked many.
We admire the brilliant plumage of the jay, cardinal and goldfinch.
It was now nearly one o'clock and as I had been unable to find Bige, I ate lunch with the jay birds as above described.
More common in my region than the jay or the cardinal is the red-eyed vireo.
He was not invited, however, to come to the house during his stay, and the queen did not call on Mrs. jay.
c.1300, common European bird (Garrulus glandarinus), from Old North French gai, Old French jai "magpie, jay," from Late Latin gaius "a jay," probably echoic and supposedly influenced by Latin Gaius, a common Roman proper name. For other bird names from proper names, cf. martin and parrot. Applied to the North American blue jay (Cyanocitta cristata) from 1709. Applied to humans in sense of "impertinent chatterer, flashy dresser" from 1620s.
"fourth-rate, worthless" (e.g. a jay town), 1888, American English, apparently from some disparaging sense of jay (n.). Perhaps from a decaying or ironical use of jay "flashy dresser."
Marijuana or a marijuana cigarette; j: Let's do up a jay and truck on down to the libo (1960s+ Narcotics)