J, j

/dʒeɪ/ (say jay)

noun (plural J's or Js or j's or js)
1. a consonant, the 10th letter of the English alphabet.
2. the medieval Roman numeral for 1.
{a modification in the English alphabet of the letter I (see I, i); representing the consonantal value of the letter i in the Roman alphabet, as in iacere}

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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