The Swan allured the gentlefolk of the county, the coach-and-four people, jehus of light curricles, and riders of blooded horses.
jehus of all races and classes raise the dust of Halpin Road in dogcarts, landaus, and motor-cars.
Ay, it binna on'y the nose, 't binna on'y the nose, with his jehus an' such.
Here, in the commodious yards, the weary horses and their swarthy jehus slept in the open air.
The delivery-wagons and their jehus were the only things that moved fast in Wakefield, now as then.
Many of the strikers were acting as jehus of improvised stages.
"fast, skillful driver," 1680s, from Jehu, a king of Israel in the Old Testament, who "driveth furiously" (II Kings ix:20).