Jug

A jug is a type of container commonly used to hold liquid. It has an opening, often narrow, from which to pour or drink, and often has a handle. Most jugs throughout history have been made of ceramic, glass or plastic. Some Native American and other tribes created liquid holding vessels by making woven baskets lined with an asphaltum sealer. In Am...
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jug

[n] - the quantity contained in a jug 2. [n] - a large bottle with a narrow mouth 3. [v] - stew in an earthenware jug
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Jug

• (n.) A vessel, usually of coarse earthenware, with a swelling belly and narrow mouth, and having a handle on one side. • (v. i.) To utter a sound resembling this word, as certain birds do, especially the nightingale. • (v. t.) To commit to jail; to imprison. • (n.) A prison; a jail; a lockup. • (v. t.) To seethe or stew, ...
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jug

noun a large bottle with a narrow mouth
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Jug

[instrument] The jug as a musical instrument reached its height of popularity in the 1920s, when jug bands, such as Cannon`s Jug Stompers were popular. The jug is an empty jug (usually made of glass or stoneware) played with the mouth. With an embouchure like that used for a brass instrument, the musician holds the mouth of the jug about an...
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Jug

Jug intransitive verb (Zoology) 1. To utter a sound resembling this word, as certain birds do, especially the nightingale. 2. To nestle or collect together in a covey; -- said of quails and partridges.
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Jug

Jug noun [ Prob. from Jug , a corruption of, or nickname for, Joanna ; confer 2d Jack , and Jill . See Johannes .] 1. A vessel, usually of coarse earthenware, with a swelling belly and narrow mouth, and having a handle on one side. 2. A pitcher; a e...
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Jug

Jug transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Jugged ; present participle & verbal noun Jugging .] 1. To seethe or stew, as in a jug or jar placed in boiling water; as, to jug a hare. 2. To commit to jail; to ...
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JUG

A large handhold.
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Jug

a pen where a ewe and her newborn lambs are put to bond.
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Jug

A small pen for the ewe and newborn lamb that facilitates ewe/lamb bonding and care of the lamb.
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JUG

A small pen used to confine a ewe and her newborn lamb(s).
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an informal name for the Scots pint, a unit of volume equal to about 1.80 U.S. liquid quarts or 1.70 liters. Specifically, the jug of Stirling is the actual vessel (on display at the Stirling Museum) which was the legal standard for Scottish volume measurements prior to the introduction of the British Imperial units.
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Ancient hollow measure already used in the New Testament Bible mentioned. It has been and is used in many countries with country-specific names such as Brocca (Italy), Cruche (France), Jug (England) or Krushka (Russia). The volumes vary between around 0.5 and 1.5 liters. Today, a jug-like drinking and gift vessel in a cylindrical shape with a more ...
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JUG

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Jug

Jug is slang for a prison; a jail; a lockup.
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sound of the nightingale
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