J , jnletter J, and j. This letter and sound are represented more by the "Dy" and "dy" letters in conjunction, than by the J & j letters, as in a word like Dyios, God, dyadi, jawl, Indyari [and so..], mekedyadi [able to do], keradya [work]. However, there are words spelled with the j, like: Jakarta, jaul, Jeep, Jesus, jewl, jiukup, Judio, & Judaismo, mostly borrowed words. Sometimes it is pronounced as in Spanish with an "H" sound, as in Jesus [Hesus], Judio [Hudio].
jawlvfishing, go fishing. see: jeul alt. spelling. See: dyeul, PBV.Ama ku in menenera', gebi-gebi, sigi jawl, sigi jawl.My father is a fisherman, every-night, he goes fishing, continually goes fiishing.Megdyeul ku daken.Me, I am going-fishing. Jn 21:3.Others: dyeul, mememnit, (rt benit = hook for fish), (rt. sera'=fish), jeul = to fish, benit = hook for fish,syndyeuljeul
jeepnJeep motor vehicle, usually 4 wheel drive, or converted and extended as a public transportation vehicle, called a Jeepny.synkutsesakayantrak