Definition of Jokol

1. certainly [adv]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jokol

jokesmith
jokesmiths
jokesome
jokester
jokesters
jokey
jokier
jokiest
jokily
jokiness
jokinesses
joking
jokingly
jokis
jokokuite
jokol (current term)
joky
jol
jole
joled
joles
joling
joliotite
joliotium
joll
jolled
jolley
jolleyer
jolleyers
jolleys

Literary usage of Jokol

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1. The Races of Man: An Outline of Anthropology and Ethnography by Joseph Deniker (1900)
"... of jokol, are Sakai-Malay half-breeds, as is shown by the light colour of their skin, their stature, higher than that of the Sakai, but still very short ..."

2. Principles of Geology, Or, The Modern Changes of the Earth and Its by Charles Lyell (1853)
"... jokol. in 1783, poured out melted matter for five or six years consecutively: which cases, being reckoned as single eruptions, will compensate fat those ..."

3. Théorie des volcans by A. Bylandt Palsterkamp (1835)
"Remarquons que le mont jokol était à 1oo milles de distance de l'île nouvelle dont nous venons de parler, et que celle-là 'cessa son éruption au même moment ..."

4. Bollettino della Società entomologica italiana by Società entomologica italiana (1883)
"64) ed in quelle del Carduus crispus, secondo Roger (a.), jokol (a); Perris (p.), indica quelle di diversi Cardi. Vedasi anche Frauenfeld (h. 1228), k. ..."

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