Definitions for jungle
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a location marked by an intense competition and struggle for survival
hobo camp, junglenoun
a place where hoboes camp
an impenetrable equatorial forest
Hence: (Fig.) A place of danger or ruthless competition for survival. /'bdIt's a jungle out there./'b8
Anything which causes confusion or difficulty due to intricacy; as, a jungle of environmental regulations. MW10.
A large, undeveloped, humid forest, especially in a tropical region, that is home to many wild plants and animals.
A place where people behave ruthlessly, unconstrained by law or morality.
It's a jungle out there.
An area where hobos camp together.
A style of electronic music related to drum and bass.
Etymology: 1776, via जंगल and جنگل, from.
a dense growth of brushwood, grasses, reeds, vines, etc.; an almost impenetrable thicket of trees, canes, and reedy vegetation, as in India, Africa, Australia, and Brazil
Etymology: [Hind. jangal desert, forest, jungle; Skr. jagala desert.]
A jungle is land covered with dense vegetation. Application of the term has varied greatly during the last several centuries, both because of this ambiguity in the application of the term and its use in popular culture. Jungles in European and Western literature, often represent a less civilised or unruly space outside the control of civilisation because of its association in colonial discourse with places that were colonised by Europeans.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
jung′gl, n. land covered with thick brushwood, &c.—ns. Jungle-fē′ver, a severe malarial or remittent fever; Jung′le-fowl, a wild species of genus Gallus, the parent of our barn-door fowl.—adj. Jung′ly. [Sans. jañgala, desert.]
Dictionary of Nautical Terms
A wilderness of wood; in Bengal the word is also applied to a tract covered with long grass, which grows to an extraordinary height. Jungles are dreaded for the fevers they engender.
The Jungle (aka Lawrence Heights} is located in the Downsview section of Toronto, Canada. There are many theories where this name came from including its geographical make up, the vast forestry surrounding the area to its reputation as a high crime area with a violent history. It is also rumoured that it was nicknamed after a notorious neighbourhood within Kingston Jamaica, where a lot of its residents were from.
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British National Corpus
Rank popularity for the word 'jungle' in Nouns Frequency: #2900
The numerical value of jungle in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of jungle in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
The internal affairs of every country should be decided by their own people. External interference and sanctions will only exacerbate the tension situation, and allow the law of the jungle to once again run amuck, there's already enough of such lessons from history, and the same old disastrous road should not be followed.
The whole time I was going deeper into the jungle, even though I thought I was going back where I came from.
Chameleon on being crowned shamelessly said that he would jointly work with those animals, whom he used to say beast and rebuke earlier, for the peace and progress of the jungle.
In reality, it's affected all of the Peruvian jungle.
We understand al Shabaab ambushed the Somali military commando trainees and captured two military pickup trucks, it is too early to know what the casualties are because fighting is still going on in the jungle.
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Translations for jungle
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- junglaCatalan, Valencian
- Dschungel, UrwaldGerman
- jungla, selvaSpanish
- viidakko, jungleFinnish
- forêt vierge, forêt tropicale, jungleFrench
- ceol dufaire, dufairIrish
- ジャングル, 密林Japanese
- jenggala, hutan rimba, rimbaMalay
- jungle, oerwoudDutch
- hodíłchʼilNavajo, Navaho
- selva, jângal, florestaPortuguese
- џунгла, džunglaSerbo-Croatian
- ஜங்கிள், காட்டில்Tamil
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