Words starting with J

Words that start with J

A jackal jumped into a jar of jam in Jamestown.

Animals starting with JAnimals
Food starting with JFood
Plants that start with JPlants
Adjectives that start with JAdjectives
Verbs that start with JVerbs
Countries that start with JCountries
Cities that start with JCities
Jobs that start with JJobs
Photo of jowlsBody parts

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Photo of a jockey
Photo by Jeff Kubina

A jockey is someone who professionally rides horses. Jockeys usually ride horses in races. Jockeys need to be as light as possible, so the horses can run faster when they are carrying them.

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Photo of a baby kangaroo
Photo by Aidan Jones

A joey is a baby kangaroo.

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Photo of people jogging
Photo by John Loo

Jogging is running at a slow, steady pace.

People jog to keep fit.

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Photo of a woman jogging
Photo by Ernst Moeksis

A jogger is someone who goes jogging.

Photo of the Johannesburg skyline
Photo by Evan Bench

Johannesburg is the largest city in South Africa. It has a population of around 3.9 million.

Photo of a jolly roger
Photo by Peter Dutton

The Jolly Roger is a flag with a skull and crossbones that was traditionally flown on a pirate ship, although many pirates would just fly a plain black flag.
The reason pirates wanted people to know they were pirates was just to frighten the crew of other ships into giving up without a fight.
The Jolly Roger in the picture is being flown along with some other modern flags.

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The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is a country in western Asia. It is bordered by the Jordan river. The capital of Jordan is Amman. People in Jordan speak Arabic.

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Photo of someone jotting down notes
Photo by _e.t

You jot something down when you quickly write or draw it. The person in the picture is jotting down some notes.

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Photo of a journal
Photo by JimileeK

A journal is similar to a diary. You use a journal to record events in, like a record of a trip.

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A journey is a trip from one place to another, usually taken over quite a long time. The word journey can also be used to describe progress from one state to another, for example a weight loss journey. The people in the picture are on a bike journey.
A similar word to journey is travel or trek.

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