Origin of jute
Related formsjute·like, adjective
Definition for jutes (2 of 2)
Related formsJut·ish, adjective
Examples from the Web for jutes
The Kingsdown villagers are believed to be Jutes, and the names prevalent amongst them add probability to the idea.Heroes of the Goodwin Sands|Thomas Stanley Treanor
The first landing was probably by a tribe of Jutes, under chiefs called by the chronicle Hengist and Horsa.English Literature|William J. Long
The Saxons reappeared, and were accompanied by the kindred nations known as the Jutes and Angles.
The bulk of the Saxons and Jutes remained behind on the continent in their ancient homes, and so did many of the Angles.A History of England|Charles Oman
But danger from the Pict was hardly over when danger came from the jutes themselves.