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Jerold

or Jer·rold

[ jer-uhld ]
/ ˈdʒɛr əld /
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noun
a male given name, form of Gerald.
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How to use Jerold in a sentence

  • One lix Dick found Jerold Brown examining a piece of machinery.

  • Jerold Brown and Peter Yarbro were constantly fishing, from the collapsible boat, while their wives played cards.

  • Jerold Brown and his wife remained in this city, in an apartment as well situated as that of the Yarbro's, in the first dome.

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