jood

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See also: jood- and Jood

Dutch[edit]

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Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /joːt/
  • (file)
  • Hyphenation: jood
  • Rhymes: -oːt

Etymology 1[edit]

From Middle Dutch jōde, from Old Dutch judo, from Latin iūdaeus, from Ancient Greek Ἰουδαῖος (Ioudaîos).

Noun[edit]

jood m (plural joden, diminutive joodje n)

  1. Jew (adherent of Judaism)
  2. (Netherlands, soccer slang, potentially offensive) A supporter of AFC Ajax.
  3. (slang, derogatory, offensive) betrayer
  4. (slang, derogatory, offensive) power abuser
  5. (slang, derogatory, offensive) someone who engages in unethical, dishonest dealings.
    Die kankerjood heeft me weeral genaaid, 200 fucking euro alweer naar de klote, godverkanker.
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Descendants[edit]
  • Negerhollands: joode, jodden, jood

Etymology 2[edit]

Borrowed from New Latin iodium.

Noun[edit]

jood n

  1. iodine
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Estonian[edit]

Chemical element
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Etymology[edit]

German Jod.

Noun[edit]

jood (genitive joodi, partitive joodi)

  1. iodine

Declension[edit]

Declension of jood (ÕS type 22e/riik, length gradation)
singular plural
nominative jood joodid
accusative nom.
gen. joodi
genitive joodide
partitive joodi joode
joodisid
illative joodi
joodisse
joodidesse
joodesse
inessive joodis joodides
joodes
elative joodist joodidest
joodest
allative joodile joodidele
joodele
adessive joodil joodidel
joodel
ablative joodilt joodidelt
joodelt
translative joodiks joodideks
joodeks
terminative joodini joodideni
essive joodina joodidena
abessive joodita joodideta
comitative joodiga joodidega

Further reading[edit]

  • jood”, in [EKSS] Eesti keele seletav sõnaraamat [Descriptive Dictionary of the Estonian Language] (online version, in Estonian), Tallinn: Eesti Keele Sihtasutus (Estonian Language Foundation), 2009
  • jood in Sõnaveeb (Eesti Keele Instituut)