Words That Start with Ju: List and Examples

Looking for words that start with “ju”? Here’s a comprehensive list to enrich your vocabulary.

  1. Jubilee – A special anniversary celebration
  2. Judgment – The ability to make considered decisions
  3. Judicial – Related to courts or judges
  4. Juggernaut – A huge, powerful, and overwhelming force
  5. Juice – The liquid that comes from fruits or vegetables
  6. Juggle – To keep several objects in motion by throwing and catching
  7. Juxtapose – To place side by side for comparison
  8. Jumpy – Nervous or anxious
  9. Justify – To show or prove to be right or reasonable
  10. Juicy – Full of juice; succulent
  11. July – The seventh month of the year
  12. Jumble – A confused mixture or pile
  13. Junction – A point where two or more things are joined
  14. Juvenile – Relating to young people
  15. Jury – A group of people sworn to render a verdict
  16. Jumbo – Very large
  17. Jute – A natural fiber used to make ropes and sacks
  18. Juror – A member of a jury
  19. Jurassic – Relating to a period in the Mesozoic Era
  20. Jubilant – Expressing great happiness
  21. Jurisdiction – The authority to administer justice
  22. Juxtaposition – The fact of two things being seen or placed close together with contrasting effect
  23. Junk – Old or discarded items
  24. Just – Based on or behaving according to what is morally right
  25. Justice – Fairness in protection of rights
  26. Junket – An extravagant trip or celebration
  27. Jumble – A disorganized collection or pile
  28. Jug – A large container for liquids
  29. Jump – To push oneself off a surface and into the air
  30. Jughead – A foolish or silly person
  31. Jut – To extend out or project
  32. June – The sixth month of the year
  33. Juju – An object believed to have magical powers
  34. Julep – A sweet drink, often containing alcohol and mint
  35. Junta – A military or political group that rules a country
  36. Judicially – In a manner related to judges or law courts
  37. Juiceless – Lacking juice or moisture
  38. Juventino – Pertaining to youth or young people (used in various contexts)
  39. Jubilate – To show great joy or triumph
  40. Juridical – Relating to judicial proceedings or law
  41. Justinian – Relating to the Byzantine Emperor Justinian or his legal code
  42. Juridic – Of or pertaining to law
  43. Jument – A beast of burden
  44. Jumpstart – To start or restart something quickly
  45. Juror’s – Belonging to or characteristic of a juror
  46. Justness – The quality of being fair and just
  47. Juggler – A person who juggles objects
  48. Jujube – A small, sweet, chewy candy; also a type of fruit
  49. Juicebox – A small, disposable container of juice
  50. Juvenescent – Becoming youthful or young
  51. Judicially – Legally or in a way that relates to the administration of justice
  52. Jumpers – Sweaters (in British English) or those who jump
  53. Jumpers – A type of shot in basketball
  54. Jumpy – Characterized by sudden motions or nervousness
  55. Jumpiness – The quality of being easily startled or nervous
  56. Jujutsu – A Japanese martial art
  57. Jugular – Pertaining to the throat or neck, especially a large vein
  58. Justiciar – A high judicial officer in medieval England
  59. Justhearted – Having a fair and just nature
  60. Jungian – Relating to the theories of psychiatrist Carl Jung
  61. Junta – A council or small legislative body in government
  62. Jumpy – Inclined to jump or leap
  63. Juristic – Of or relating to law or legality
  64. Junior – A younger person
  65. Junkie – A drug addict or someone with an obsessive habit
  66. Jurisprudence – The theory or philosophy of law
  67. Juicily – In a juicy or succulent manner
  68. Jurying – Evaluating or judging as a jury does
  69. Justifiably – With good reason or justification
  70. Juxtapose – To place alongside for comparison
  71. Juvenescence – The process of growing youthful
  72. Juridical – Pertaining to judicial proceedings or the law
  73. Justiciary – The office or position of a judge or arbitrator
  74. Juridically – In a manner relating to law or judicial proceedings
  75. 75.JUnit – A unit testing framework for Java
  76. Junkyard – A place where discarded materials are kept
  77. Jumpsuit – A one- piece garment that covers the body
  78. Jutland – A peninsula in northern Europe
  79. Juiciness – The quality of being juicy
  80. Jumpiness – The trait of being easily startled
  81. Juridic – Pertaining to law or its administration
  82. Jubilantly – In a manner showing great joy
  83. Jumpy – Characterized by nervous quick movements
  84. Juxtaposed – Placed side by side for contrast or comparison
  85. Juvenescent – Becoming or appearing youthful
  86. Juggling – The act of keeping several objects in motion
  87. Justiciable – Subject to trial in a court of law
  88. Juratory – Relating to the taking of an oath
  89. Juts – Extends outward, projects
  90. Jumbuck – Slang for a sheep in Australia
  91. Jump- Off – A decisive or concluding action
  92. Jump Rope – A rope used in jumping exercises
  93. Jumping – Launching oneself into the air
  94. Junk- Mail – Unwanted or unsolicited advertising material
  95. Jura – A mountain range in Europe
  96. Jumble Sale – A sale of a variety of items, typically second- hand goods
  97. Jury- Rig – To make a temporary, improvised repair
  98. Jungler – A term used in gaming, particularly in “League of Legends”
  99. Junk Food – Unhealthy but appealing food
  100. Junkie – A person with a compulsive habit.

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