Jaffa

Jaffa (ə, ə); יָפוֹ, Yāfō; يَافَا; also called Japho, Joppa (transliteration from the Greek Ἰόππη) is the southern, oldest part of Tel Aviv-Jaffa (since 1950), an ancient port city in Israel. Jaffa is famous for its association with the biblical stories of Solomon, Jonah, and Saint Peter. ==Etymology== The town was mentioned i...
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Jaffa

[n] - a port in western Israel on the Mediterranean
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Jaffa

Jaffa is British slang for a sterile man.
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Jaffa

Jaffa (jăf'u, yä'fä) , Heb. Yafo, part of Tel Aviv, W central Israel, on the Mediterranean Sea. Originally a Phoenician city, Jaffa has been historically important largely because of its port (which was closed in 1965, when the port of Ashdod was completed). It was captured b...
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Jaffa

City and former port in west Israel, from 1950 part of Tel Aviv-Yafo. The port of Jaffa was closed in 1965 when the modern port at Ashdod 31 km/19 mi to the south was opened. The combined city is a major tourist centre. Jaffa's name is found on the tower of Egyptian pharaoh Thotmes II at Karnak among the cities mentioned as being captur...
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Jaffa

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Jaffa

Good or unplayable ball, typically one that bounces and leaves the bat late in its trajectory.
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