Jones

/dʒoʊnz/ (say johnz)

noun
1. Alan Belmont, born 1943, Australian radio broadcaster.
2. Alan Stanley, born 1947, Australian motor-racing driver; world champion in 1980.
3. Barry Owen, born 1932, Australian federal Labor politician and writer.
4. Caroline Mary Newman, born 1938, Australian television and radio broadcaster.
5. Casey (John Luther Jones), 1864?–1900, US train driver whose heroic death in a train crash inspired popular songs about him.
6. Sir David Fletcher, 1895–1977, Australian businessman who established the clothing store Fletcher Jones.
7. Dean Mervyn, born 1961, Australian cricketer; Test batsman.
8. Frederic Wood, 1879–1954, English anatomist and zoologist in Australia.
9. Sir Henry, 1862–1926, Australian businessman; pioneered fruit-canning in Australia.
10. Inigo /ˈɪnɪgoʊ/ (say 'inigoh), 1573–1652, English architect; established Palladianism in England.
11. Inigo Owen, 1872–1954, Australian meteorologist, born in England.
12. Leisel, born 1985, Australian swimmer, noted for breaststroke; Olympic Games gold medallist 2004, 2008.
13. Marilyn Fay, born 1940, Australian ballet dancer.
14. Rhys Maengwyn, 1941–2001, Australian archaeologist, born in Wales; noted for the study of the archaeology of Australian Indigenous people, including the date of their arrival and fire practices.
15. Stanley, 1920–73, Australian racing car driver; father of Alan.
16. Sir Tom (Thomas Jones Woodward), born 1940, Welsh pop singer.
17. Vince, born 1954, Australian jazz trumpeter, singer, and composer.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • Jones — is a common surname in Wales and England. It is the most common surname in Wales, despite there officially being no letter J in the Welsh language, although there are a few words borrowed from English language eg Jocan = Joke. This is because… …   Wikipedia

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  • JONES (D.) — JONES DAVID (1895 1974) Gallois par ses ancêtres paternels, mais anglais par sa mère, David Jones compte également des ancêtres italiens. Dès son jeune âge, en dehors de toute éducation scolaire, il se consacra au dessin: il exposa ses premiers… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Jones —   [dʒəʊnz],    1) Alfred Ernest, britischer Psychoanalytiker, * Gower (Wales) 1. 1. 1879, ✝ London 11. 2. 1958; ab 1910 Professor für Psychiatrie in Toronto, ab 1926 Direktor der London Clinic of Psychoanalysis; Schüler und Biograph von S. Freud… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Jones — Jones, Brid|get the main character in the popular novel Bridget Jones Diary (1996) by British writer Helen Fielding, about an unmarried woman in her 30s and the problems she has in her busy life, such as trying to avoid smoking and eating too… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Jones — steht für: Jones (Familienname), der Familienname Jones; dort auch Liste von Personen dieses Namens Ortschaften Jones (Isabela), Stadtgemeinde in der Provinz Isabela auf den Philippinen Jones (Alabama), Stadt in Alabama, USA Jones (Louisiana),… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • JONES (JO) — Jo JONES 1911 1985 De l’enfance et de l’adolescence de Jonathan «Jo» Jones, né à Chicago le 7 octobre 1911, bien peu de choses nous sont parvenues. On sait en revanche qu’il fait ses débuts à Kansas City comme chanteur et danseur de claquettes.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • JONES (I.) — JONES INIGO (1573 1652) Après le règne d’Élisabeth, les Stuart ramenèrent leur pays dans le grand courant de la culture européenne, et le premier quart du XVIIe siècle vit mûrir en Angleterre un art de cour à la fois puissant et raffiné où l’on… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • JONES (L.) — JONES LEROI (1934 ) Poète, conteur, essayiste (Le Peuple du blues , Blues People , 1963), romancier (Le Système de l’Enfer de Dante , The System of Dante’s Hell , 1965; Histoires , Tales , 1967), auteur dramatique (Le Métro fantôme , Dutchman ,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Jones [2] — Jones (spr. Dschohn s), 1) Grafschaft im Staate Nord Carolina (Nordamerika), 22 QM.; Flüsse: Trent u. Neuse Rivers; große Nadelholzwaldungen u. Sümpfe (der bedeutendste der Catfish Swamp); Producte: Mais, Hafer, Baumwolle, Bauholz; 1779 or… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

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