Definitions for jemmy

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. jimmy, jemmy(noun)

    a short crowbar

    "in Britain they call a jimmy and jemmy"


  1. jemmy(Noun)

    A crowbar, particularly one used by burglars. (US: jimmy)

  2. jemmy(Noun)

    A baked sheep's head.

  3. jemmy(Noun)

    An immigrant

  4. jemmy(Verb)

    To open with a crowbar.

  5. jemmy(Adjective)


Webster Dictionary

  1. Jemmy(adj)


  2. Jemmy(noun)

    a short crowbar. See Jimmy

  3. Jemmy(noun)

    a baked sheep's head

  4. Origin: [Cf. Gim, and Gimp, a.]


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