[ jah ]
/ dʒɑ /
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in Rastafarianism, the name of God.
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Words nearby Jah
jaggy, Jagiello, jaguar, jaguarondi, jaguarundi, Jah, Jahangir, Jahel, Jahveh, Jahvism, Jahvist
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How to use Jah in a sentence
Attorneys for Hock and Jah could not be reached for comment.Royal Showdown in New York Court|Lizzie Crocker|February 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Rastafarians tend to believe that everyone is equal in the eyes of Jah.Rasta Pasta|Elisheva Goldberg|May 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He-le-jah is the Indian name for the panther or mountain lion that guards the north mountain.The Book of Camp-Lore and Woodcraft|Dan Beard
Jah aflet uns thatei sculans sijaima sua sue jah veis afletam thaim skulam unsaraim.
Jah andagasloite mi jemijan suddoid, naukuchte mije andagasloitebt kudi mije welgogas lien.
And this rule they called יה Jah, designing by the letters י and ה the number 18.
This candidate was Mahommed Ali, afterwards known in history as Wala-jah.