This wordlist will contain all word of the day published by MD.
Journey to your AUNT's place J-AUNT
the word itself says (jaun= should i go ... in hindi)
have a small trip with Jaya AUNTy
jaun ani ye!! means go and come fast in Marathi
You make a JAUNT to your favourite HAUNT
jaunt sounds like jount=JOUrNey, Trip
after coming from a JAUNT(outing) one becomes JAUNTY(very happy) :)
in a party instead of saying cheers,he told JEERS.and the whole crowd MOCKED at him
JEER at the JESTOR
At the festival, the crowd at Jagannath temple in India is juggernaut. Actually this word came into use from the British rule. On the day of festival a british officer saw the crowd and mispronounced Jagannath as juggernaut.
Every year there will be a Rathyatra of Lord Jagannath in Puri. Once this chariot starts moving, it is not supposed to stop. Whatever comes on the way will be crushed with strong force of people pulling the chariot.
Remeber the character from X-men Juggernaut ...brother of xavier ...his power used to be this irresistable crushing force !!
picture a monster JUG OF NUTS rolling down a hill crushing a crowd of people.
like there was a Jug smashed on a man Nuts .. hence a crashing force :P
Associate to Juggernaut in the game Call of Duty. It takes prolonged blows to kill a juggernaut
Not a mnemonic..This is all foolish concept of whoever brought this word in english.. It doesn't crush everything but all inauspicious thing.
remember indian god jagannath and his powers
juxtapose..just next+position..so place something just next to something.
juxt(just)+a+pose= they stand side by side(even they are enemies) to give JUST A POSE to the photo.
sounds like "just opposite". If a building is "just opposite" to another, they are almost side by side