Definition of Jujus

1. Noun. (plural of juju) ¹



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Definition of Jujus

1. juju [n] - See also: juju

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jujus

juicing
juicy
juicy girl
jujitsu
jujitsuka
jujitsukas
jujitsus
juju
jujube bush
jujubes
jujuism
jujuisms
jujuist
jujuists
jujus (current term)
jujutsu
jujutsus
juk
juke house
juke joint
juke joints
jukebox
jukeboxes
jukeboxlike
juked
jukes
juking
jukskei

Literary usage of Jujus

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1. Cross River Natives: Being Some Notes on the Primitive Pagans of Obubura by Charles Partridge (1905)
"There are four smaller jujus of similar design, three of which are ... When the king of this town dies, the big wooden jujus are put over men's heads, ..."

2. The Ashanti Campaign of 1900 by Cecil Hamilton Armitage, Arthur Forbes Montanaro (1901)
"Another unmistakable sign of the near vicinity of a town or village is the finding of jujus placed on the path, consisting sometimes of buried ..."

3. At the Back of the Black Man's Mind: Or, Notes on the Kingly Office in West by Richard Edward Dennett (1906)
"... and when I found traces of the " jujus" or fetishes into which nails are driven in some of their temples, swear "jujus " and family " jujus " on the one ..."

4. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1913)
""Ancestor worship, nature-jujus, secret societies, the principal events of life, and the commonest actions of the day, all blend inextricably in a ..."

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