Definition of Jalouse

1. Verb. (Scotland) To suspect. ¹



2. Verb. (context: misused by southern writers) To be jealous of. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Jalouse

1. to suspect [v JALOUSED, JALOUSING, JALOUSES] - See also: suspect

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jalouse

jalapeno pepper
jalapenos
jalapic
jalapic acid
jalapin
jalapins
jalaps
jalfrezi
jalfrezis
jalop
jalopies
jaloppies
jaloppy
jalops
jalopy
jalouse (current term)
jaloused
jalouses
jalousie
jalousied
jalousies
jalousing
jalpaite
jam
jam-jars
jam-pack
jam-packed
jam-packing
jam-packs
jam-pawncked

Literary usage of Jalouse

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1. Desultory Notes on Jamieson's Scottish Dictionary by James B. Montogomerie- Fleming (1899)
"jalouse is given, ii. 689, but "to suspect" is the only meaning given. ... jalouse " is a friendly word: " suspect" is quite the reverse. ..."

2. The Medical and Physical Journal (1814)
"... relative to an Erysipelas infesting ths Ship's Company of the jalouse; ... the jalouse in May 1813, my attention was soon put on the alert by the ..."

3. Théatre Complet de Al. Dumas Fils by Alexander Dumas (1869)
"Et de qui es-tu jalouse? HÉLÈNE. Je n'en sais rien; voilà ce qu'il ya de plus affreux. Je suis jalouse de ton passé, que je n'ai pas connu et qui ne ..."

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