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J {letter}  :: The tenth letter of the Latin alphabet, called i lunga in Italian
Jacopo {prop}  :: given name, cognate to James and Jacob
Jacopone {prop}  :: given name, a variant of Jacopo
Jacuzzi {prop}  :: surname
Jafet {prop} [Biblical character]  :: Japheth
Jehova {prop}  :: Jehovah
Jersey {prop}  :: Jersey (island)
Jersey {prop}  :: The letter J in the Italian phonetic alphabet
Jesi {prop}  :: a town in the province of Ancona in Marche in Italy
Jesolo {prop}  :: Jesolo
Jesolo {prop}  :: The letter J in the Italian phonetic alphabet
Jilani {prop}  :: surname
Jolanda {prop}  :: alternative spelling of Iolanda
Jovinelli {prop} [rare]  :: surname
Jugoslavia {prop}  :: Yugoslavia
Jutland {prop}  :: Jutland
Juvara {prop} [rare]  :: surname
Juventus {prop}  :: A football club from Torino
j {n}  :: See under J
jab {m}  :: jab (boxing punch)
jacana {f}  :: jacana
jacobiano {m} [mathematics]  :: Jacobian (all senses)
jacobsite {f} [mineralogy]  :: jacobsite
jacquard {m}  :: Jacquard
jainismo {m}  :: Jainism
jarovizzazione {f}  :: vernalization
jasmonico {adj}  :: jasmonic
jato {m}  :: obsolete spelling of iato
jazz {m} [music]  :: jazz
jazzista {mf}  :: jazz musician
jazzistico {adj}  :: jazz (used attributively)
jazzofilo {m}  :: jazzophile
jeanseria {f}  :: A shop selling jeans and other denim clothing etc
jeep {f}  :: jeep
jeffersonismo {m}  :: Jeffersonianism
jena {f}  :: obsolete spelling of iena
jenneriano {adj}  :: Relating to Edward Jenner
jequiritina {f}  :: abrin
jeri {adv}  :: obsolete spelling of ieri
jeri {m}  :: obsolete spelling of ieri
jesolano {adj}  :: Of or from Jesolo
jet lag {m}  :: jet lag
jet-lag {m}  :: alternative form of jet lag
jettatura {f}  :: evil eye
jettatura {f}  :: bad luck
jettatura {f}  :: curse
jihad {mf}  :: jihad
jihadismo {m}  :: jihadism
jihadista {adj}  :: jihadist
jihadista {mf}  :: jihadist
jo {pron}  :: obsolete form of io
job {m}  :: job (employment role, computing task)
jockey {m}  :: jack, knave (playing card)
jockey {m}  :: jockey
jod {m}  :: alternative spelling of iod
jod {m} [linguistics]  :: The name of the Greek-script letter Ϳ/ϳ; yot
jodel {m}  :: yodel
jodio {m}  :: alternative form of iodio
jogging {m}  :: jogging (exercise)
jolly {m} [cards]  :: joker
jolly {m}  :: wild card
jonico {adj}  :: Variant of ionico
jota {mf}  :: obsolete spelling of iota
joule {m}  :: joule
joulometro {m}  :: joulemeter
joyciano {adj}  :: Joycean
joystick {m}  :: joystick (device)
jubé {m}  :: rood screen, jube
judo {m}  :: judo
judoista {m}  :: judoist, judoka (male)
judoista {f}  :: judoist, judoka (female)
judoistico {adj}  :: judo (attributive)
jugero {m}  :: obsolete spelling of iugero
jugoslava {f}  :: feminine noun of jugoslavo
jugoslavo {adj}  :: Yugoslavian
jugoslavo {m}  :: Yugoslavian
jujutsu {m}  :: jujitsu
juke-box {m}  :: jukebox
junghiano {adj}  :: Jungian
junghiano {m}  :: Jungian
juniores {adj} [sports]  :: under-20 (of an athlete)
juniores {mf} [sports]  :: under-20 athlete
jussivo {adj}  :: obsolete spelling of iussivo
juta {f}  :: jute
juventino {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Juventus football club or its players
juventino {m}  :: A football player in that team