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Definition of "jow" []

  • To ring or toll (verb)
  • To strike or knock (verb)
  • A former, pre-metric, unit of length in India, equal to approximately a quarter of an inch (noun)

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Use "jow" in a sentence
  • "Yeah, the same bunch who think a blow jow is worse than ruining our intellegence community."
  • "“Zhao” pronounced jow, rhymes with now means shines."
  • "Old Daddy hardly seemed impressed with the pleasure he had missed in losing a sociable "jow" with a ghostly crony."