Juggler to Juncture

(Jug"gler) n. [OE. jogelour, juglur, OF. jogleor, jugleor, jongleor, F. jongleur, fr. L. joculator a jester, joker, fr. joculus a little jest or joke, dim. of jocus jest, joke. See Joke, and cf. Jongleur, Joculator.]

1. One who practices or exhibits tricks by sleight of hand; one skilled in legerdemain; a conjurer.

As nimble jugglers that deceive the eye.

Jugglers and impostors do daily delude them.
Sir T. Browne.

2. A deceiver; a cheat. Shak.

(Jug"gler*ess), n.

1. A female juggler. T. Warton.

(Jug"gler*y) n. [OE. & OF. joglerie, F. jonglerie.]

1. The art or act of a juggler; sleight of hand.

2. Trickery; imposture; as, political jugglery.

(Jug"gling) a. Cheating; tricky.Jug"gling*ly, adv.

(Jug"gling), n. Jugglery; underhand practice.

(Juggs) n. pl. See Jougs. [Scot.]

(Jug"lan*din) n. [L. juglans, -andis, a walnut: cf. F. juglandine.] (Chem.) An extractive matter contained in the juice of the green shucks of the walnut It is used medicinally as an alterative, and also as a black hair dye.

(Jug"lan*dine) n. An alkaloid found in the leaves of the walnut

(||Jug"lans) n. [L., walnut.] (Bot.) A genus of valuable trees, including the true walnut of Europe, and the America black walnut, and butternut.

(Ju"glone) n. [L. juglans the walnut + -one.] (Chem.) A yellow crystalline substance resembling quinone, extracted from green shucks of the walnut (Juglans regia); — called also nucin.

(Ju"gu*lar) a. [L. jugulum the collar bone, which joins together the shoulders and the breast, the throat, akin to jungere to yoke, to join: cf. F. jugulaire. See Join.]

1. (Anat.) (a) Of or pertaining to the throat or neck; as, the jugular vein. (b) Of or pertaining to the jugular vein; as, the jugular foramen.

2. (Zoöl.) Having the ventral fins beneath the throat; — said of certain fishes.

(Ju"gu*lar), n. [Cf. F. jugulaire. See Jugular, a.]

1. (Anat.) One of the large veins which return the blood from the head to the heart through two chief trunks, an external and an internal, on each side of the neck; — called also the jugular vein.

2. (Zoöl.) Any fish which has the ventral fins situated forward of the pectoral fins, or beneath the throat; one of a division of fishes

  By PanEris using Melati.

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