Juvenile to Jymold
(Ju"ve*nile) a. [L. juvenilis, from juvenis young; akin to E. young: cf. F. juvénile, juvénil. See
1. Young; youthful; as, a juvenile appearance. "A juvenile exercitation." Glanvill.
2. Of or pertaining to youth; as, juvenile sports.
Syn. Puerile; boyish; childish. See Youthful.
(Ju"ve*nile), n. A young person or youth; used sportively or familiarly. C. Bronté.
(Ju"ve*nile*ness), n. The state or quality of being juvenile; juvenility.
(Ju`ve*nil"i*ty) n.; pl. Juvenilities [L. juvenilitas: cf. F. juvénilité.]
1. Youthfulness; adolescence. Glanvill.
2. The manners or character of youth; immaturity. Glanvill.
(Ju"vi*a) n. (Bot.) A Brazilian name for the lofty myrtaceous tree (Bertholetia excelsa) which
produces the large seeds known as Brazil nuts.
(||Ju*wan"sa) n. (Bot.) The camel's thorn. See under Camel.
(Ju*wise") n. [Obs.] Same as Juise. Chaucer.
(Jux`ta*pose") v. t. [Cf. Juxtaposit, Pose.] To place in juxtaposition. Huxley.
(Jux`ta*pos"it) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Juxtaposited; p. pr. & vb. n. Juxtapositing.] [L. juxta
near + positus, p. p. of ponere to put.] To place in close connection or contiguity; to juxtapose. Derham.
(Jux`ta*po*si"tion) n. [L. juxta near + positio position: cf. F. juxtaposition. See Just, v.
i., and Position.] A placing or being placed in nearness or contiguity, or side by side; as, a juxtaposition
Parts that are united by a a mere juxtaposition.Glanvill.
Juxtaposition is a very unsafe criterion of continuity.Hare.
(Jym"old) a. [Obs.] See Gimmal.