male first name; one of the 12 disciples of Jesus, author of the Gospel of John (Biblical); last of the four Gospels of the New Testament (Biblical); John the Baptist (Slang) toilet, bathroom; client of a prostitute; man, guy, fellow (1858-1911) famous United States architect who together with his partner Thomas Hastings founded a prominent architectural firm
جون, اسم أول لرجل; واحد من تابعي اليسوع الأثنى عشر, مؤلف أنجيل يوحنا (الكتاب المقدس) ;أخر إنجيل من الأربعة المكونة للعهد الجديد (الكتاب المقدس) ;يوحنا المعمدان جون, (لغة عامية), مرحاض, دورة المياه; زبون العاهرة; رجل, شاب, زميل
João, nome próprio masculino; um dos doze apóstolos de Jesus, autor do Livro de João (Bíblico); último dos quatro Livros do Novo Testamento (Bíblico; João Batista) (Gíria) banheiro; cliente de uma prostituta; cara, sujeito, rapaz
Jean, apôtre, un des 12 disciples deJésus, auteur de l'évangile de Saint Jean (Bible); quatrième évangile, dernier des écrits évangéliques (Bible); John, prénom masculin toilettes, WC (Argot), habitué (client) d'une prostituée; gars, type, mec
John, männlicher Vorname; Johannes, einer der 12 Jünger Jesus (Neues Testament); letzte der vier Evangelien des Neuen Testaments; Johannes der Täufer (Neues Testament) Toilette; Klient einer Prostituierten; Mann, Typ (Slang)
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Dicionário fonte: hEnglish - advanced version
A tradução de john do Inglês para o Inglês
the same name as Johanan, a contraction of Jehoanan, Jehovah's gift . → One of the high priest's family, who, with Annas and Caiaphas, sat in judgment upon the apostles Peter and John. (Acts 6:6) → The Hebrew name of the evangelist Mark. (Acts 12:12,25; 13:5,13; 15:37)
Dicionário fonte: Concise English-Irish Dictionary v. 1.1
A tradução de john do Inglês para o Inglês John Alcock Designer of the Glentauchers Distillery, in 1897, located in Mulben, Keith, Banffshire, Speyside, Highland (Scotland). John Alexander MacPhailCo-founder, in 1895, with James Gordon of the well-known Scotch Whisky company "Gordon & MacPhail", Elgin (Scotland). John Bald Founder of the Carsebridge Distillery, in 1799, located in Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Lowland (Scotland). John BeggFounder of the Lochnagar Distillery in Crathie, Deeside, Highlands (Scotland), in 1825. John BeithCo-founder with John Ross and John Colville, in 1824, of the Longrow Distillery (closed in 1896) located in Campbeltown, Argyll (Scotland). John Birmie Founder, in 1892, of the Glen Mhor Distillery (closed and dismantled in 1986) located in Inverness, Inverness-shire, Highland (Scotland). John Brown's John Brown's Special, Blended Scotch Whisky. By: J. Brown & Co. (Glasgow, Scotland). John BullochFounder of the Auchentoshan Distillery in 1820s, in Dalmuir, Dumbartonshire, Lowland (Scotland). John Colvill Founder, in 1830, of the Springside Distillery in Campbeltown, Scotland. John CorFriar John Cor, first person who applied, in Scotland, for a license to distil Aqua Vitae, in 1494. John Crabbie & Co LtdScottishCompany founded 1800, blenders and bottlers of Scotch Whisky. John Crookshank Founder, in 1817, of the Stromness Distillery in Orkney (Scotland). John CummingFounder of Cardhu Distillery in Speyside, Highlands (Scotland) in 1824. John Dewar Co-founder, with his brother Thomas, of the Aberfeldy Distillery in 1896, located in Aberfeldy, Perthshire, Central Highland (Scotland). John Dewar & Son Ltd Location: Southampton, England (Subsidiary of Bacardi Ltd.). John DuffFounder of the Glenlossie Distillery, in 1876,and co-founder of Longmorn Distillery, in 1894, in Highlands (Scotland). John Finlay Founder of the Bank Distillery (a.k.a. Bank of Bishoptown Distillery) around 1821 in Kirkcudbright, Lowlands (Scotland). John Glaser Founder of Compass Box Co., (Edinburgh, Scotland), in 2000, blenders, bottlers and marketing of Scotch Whisky. John Grant(1805-1889) Co-founder, with his brother James, of the Glen Grant Distillery (1840), in Speyside, Highlands (Scotland). John HaigFounder of the "Cameron Brig Distillery" in the Lowlands, Scotland in 1824. Name of the famous Haig (Dimple) Blended Scotch Whisky and founder too, in 1812 of the Dundashill Distillery (a.k.a. Glasgow Distillery), located in Port Dundas, Glasgow, Lowland (Scotland). John Gourlay Harvey Co-founder with his brothers Robert and William of the Bruichladdich Distillery in Isle of Islay (Scotland), in 1881. John HopkinsCo-founder, with his brother Edward, of the Speyburn Distillery in 1897 in Rothes, Morayshire, Speyside, Highlands (Scotland). John Johnston Farmer, founder of the Lagavulin Distillery in 1816, in Port Ellen, Isle of Islay (Scotland). CONTINUE: John (2)
Direitos Autorais: Dicionário fonte: London Slang
A tradução de john do Inglês para o Inglês Profession: Partner at Cage/Fish & Associates Currently with: Nelle Porter Likes: Barry White Dislikes: When people make fun of his quirks Number of sounds he can make with his body: Two (Whistling his nose and throwing his stomach gurgle)
Peter MacNicol plays the quiet, usually shy boss of the firm. He carries around the nickname of "the Biscuit", which originated back when he was in high school. He is known for taking moments, doing isometrics in the bathroom, picking his nose in public when it whistles, and dancing to Barry White to get himself ready for a date. Prone to forget his pants when exiting the bathroom stall and carries around a remote toilet flusher. He stutters when he is nervous and says a word like Poughkipsee to calm himself. Cagism: "I'm troubled. I'd like to take a moment" Most Embarassing Moment: Being arrested for soliciting a hooker.
Direitos Autorais: Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary (1869) , by Roswell D. Hitchcock. About Dicionário fonte: Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary
A tradução de john do Inglês para o Inglês
John B. Sanfilippo & Son, Inc.
Processes, packages, markets and distributes shelled and inshell nuts; And manufactures, markets and distributes peanut butter, candy, confections, natural snacks, trail mixes, sunflower seeds, corn snacks, sesame sticks and other sesame snack products. JOHN HANCOCK FINANCIAL SV
Holding company with subsidiaries which provide insurance and investment products and services to retail and institutional customers. John Hancock Financial Trends Fund, Inc.
Not Available JOHN NUVEEN CO
Holding company with subsidiaries which sponsor and provide investment advisory, administrative and distribution services for its' investment products; Distribute and monitor unit investment trusts; Underwrite and trade municipal bonds; And provide other municipal finance investment banking services. John Q. Hammons Hotels, Inc.
Holding company with subsidiaries which develop, own and manage affordable upscale hotels in capital city, secondary and airport markets.
Dicionário fonte: Stephen King
A tradução de john do Inglês para o Inglês
1. toilet; 2. cop; 3. prostitute's client; 4. penis off to the toilet (obsolete) Chinese man a man in the street (especially with police, lawyers, etc.) name used to refer to any unknown or unspecified man who is dead or unconscious signature signature a cop, the cops, police (pl. n.) small, round, steel-rimmed glasses (from the fact that glasses of this type were favoured by John Lennon) penis a cop, the cops, police
Dicionário fonte: Australian Slang
A tradução de john do Inglês para o Inglês
(1.) One who, with Annas and Caiaphas, sat in judgment on the apostles Peter and John (Acts 4:6). He was of the kindred of the high priest; otherwise unknown. (2.) The Hebrew name of Mark (q.v.). He is designated by this name in the acts of the Apostles (12:12, 25; 13:5, 13; 15:37). (3.) THE APOSTLE, brother of James the "Greater" (Matt. 4:21; 10:2; Mark 1:19; 3:17; 10:35). He was one, probably the younger, of the sons of Zebedee (Matt. 4:21) and Salome (Matt. 27:56; comp. Mark 15:40), and was born at Bethsaida. His father was apparently a man of some wealth (comp. Mark 1:20; Luke 5:3; John 19:27). He was doubtless trained in all that constituted the ordinary education of Jewish youth. When he grew up he followed the occupation of a fisherman on the Lake of Galilee. When John the Baptist began his ministry in the wilderness of Judea, John, with many others, gathered round him, and was deeply influenced by his teaching. There he heard the announcement, "Behold the Lamb of God," and forthwith, on the invitation of Jesus, became a disciple and ranked among his followers (John 1:36, 37) for a time. He and his brother then returned to their former avocation, for how long is uncertain. Jesus again called them (Matt. 4: 21; Luke 5:1-11), and now they left all and permanently attached themselves to the company of his disciples. He became one of the innermost circle (Mark 5:37; Matt. 17:1; 26:37; Mark 13:3). He was the disciple whom Jesus loved. In zeal and intensity of character he was a "Boanerges" (Mark 3:17). This spirit once and again broke out (Matt. 20:20-24; Mark 10:35-41; Luke 9:49, 54). At the betrayal he and Peter follow Christ afar off, while the others betake themselves to hasty flight (John 18:15). At the trial he follows Christ into the council chamber, and thence to the praetorium (18:16, 19, 28) and to the place of crucifixion (19:26, 27). To him and Peter, Mary first conveys tidings of the resurrection (20:2), and they are the first to go and see what her strange words mean. After the resurrection he and Peter again return to the Sea of Galilee, where the Lord reveals himself to them (21:1, 7). We find Peter and John frequently after this together (Acts 3:1; 4:13). John remained apparently in Jerusalem as the leader of the church there (Acts 15:6; Gal. 2:9). His subsequent history is unrecorded. He was not there, however, at the time of Paul's last visit (Acts 21:15-40). He appears to have retired to Ephesus, but at what time is unknown. The seven churches of Asia were the objects of his special care (Rev. 1:11). He suffered under persecution, and was banished to Patmos (1:9); whence he again returned to Ephesus, where he died, probably about A.D. 98, having outlived all or nearly all the friends and companions even of his maturer years. There are many interesting traditions regarding John during his residence at Ephesus, but these cannot claim the character of historical truth. the "forerunner of our Lord." We have but fragmentary and imperfect accounts of him in the Gospels. He was of priestly descent. His father, Zacharias, was a priest of the course of Abia (1 Chr. 24:10), and his mother, Elisabeth, was of the daughters of Aaron (Luke 1:5). The mission of John was the subject of prophecy (Matt. 3:3; Isa. 40:3; Mal. 3:1). His birth, which took place six months before that of Jesus, was foretold by an angel. Zacharias, deprived of the power of speech as a token of God's truth and a reproof of his own incredulity with reference to the birth of his son, had the power of speech restored to him on the occasion of his circumcision (Luke 1:64). After this no more is recorded of him for thirty years than what is mentioned in Luke 1:80. John was a Nazarite from his birth (Luke 1:15; Num. 6:1-12). He spent his early years in the mountainous tract of Judah lying between Jerusalem and the Dead Sea (Matt. 3:1-12). At length he came forth into public life, and great multitudes from "every quarter" were attracted to him. The sum of his preaching was the necessity of repentance. He denounced the Sadducees and Pharisees as a "generation of vipers," and warned them of the folly of trusting to external privileges (Luke 3:8). "As a preacher, John was eminently practical and discriminating. Self-love and covetousness were the prevalent sins of the people at large. On them, therefore, he enjoined charity and consideration for others. The publicans he cautioned against extortion, the soldiers against crime and plunder." His doctrine and manner of life roused the entire south of Palestine, and the people from all parts flocked to the place where he was, on the banks of the Jordan. There he baptized thousands unto repentance. The fame of John reached the ears of Jesus in Nazareth (Matt. 3:5), and he came from Galilee to Jordan to be baptized of John, on the special ground that it became him to "fulfil all righteousness" (3:15). John's special office ceased with the baptism of Jesus, who must now "increase" as the King come to his kingdom. He continued, however, for a while to bear testimony to the Messiahship of Jesus. He pointed him out to his disciples, saying, "Behold the Lamb of God." His public ministry was suddenly (after about six months probably) brought to a close by his being cast into prison by Herod, whom he had reproved for the sin of having taken to himself the wife of his brother Philip (Luke 3:19). He was shut up in the castle of Machaerus (q.v.), a fortress on the southern extremity of Peraea, 9 miles east of the Dead Sea, and here he was beheaded. His disciples, having consigned the headless body to the grave, went and told Jesus all that had occurred (Matt. 14:3-12). John's death occurred apparently just before the third Passover of our Lord's ministry. Our Lord himself testified regarding him that he was a "burning and a shining light" (John 5:35). the fourth of the catholic or "general" epistles. It was evidently written by John the evangelist, and probably also at Ephesus, and when the writer was in advanced age. The purpose of the apostle (1:1-4) is to declare the Word of Life to those to whom he writes, in order that they might be united in fellowship with the Father and his Son Jesus Christ. He shows that the means of union with God are, (1) on the part of Christ, his atoning work (1:7; 2:2; 3:5; 4:10, 14; 5:11, 12) and his advocacy (2:1); and (2), on the part of man, holiness (1:6), obedience (2:3), purity (3:3), faith (3:23; 4:3; 5:5), and love (2:7, 8; 3:14; 4:7; 5:1). The genuineness of this Gospel, i.e., the fact that the apostle John was its author, is beyond all reasonable doubt. In recent times, from about 1820, many attempts have been made to impugn its genuineness, but without success. The design of John in writing this Gospel is stated by himself (John 20:31). It was at one time supposed that he wrote for the purpose of supplying the omissions of the synoptical, i.e., of the first three, Gospels, but there is no evidence for this. "There is here no history of Jesus and his teaching after the manner of the other evangelists. But there is in historical form a representation of the Christian faith in relation to the person of Christ as its central point; and in this representation there is a picture on the one hand of the antagonism of the world to the truth revealed in him, and on the other of the spiritual blessedness of the few who yield themselves to him as the Light of life" (Reuss). After the prologue (1:1-5), the historical part of the book begins with verse 6, and consists of two parts. The first part (1:6-ch. 12) contains the history of our Lord's public ministry from the time of his introduction to it by John the Baptist to its close. The second part (ch. 13-21) presents our Lord in the retirement of private life and in his intercourse with his immediate followers (13-17), and gives an account of his sufferings and of his appearances to the disciples after his resurrection (18-21). The peculiarities of this Gospel are the place it gives (1) to the mystical relation of the Son to the Father, and (2) of the Redeemer to believers; (3) the announcement of the Holy Ghost as the Comforter; (4) the prominence given to love as an element in the Christian character. It was obviously addressed primarily to Christians. It was probably written at Ephesus, which, after the destruction of Jerusalem (A.D. 70), became the centre of Christian life and activity in the East, about A.D. 90. is addressed to "the elect lady," and closes with the words, "The children of thy elect sister greet thee;" but some would read instead of "lady" the proper name Kyria. Of the thirteen verses composing this epistle seven are in the First Epistle. The person addressed is commended for her piety, and is warned against false teachers. is addressed to Caius, or Gaius, but whether to the Christian of that name in Macedonia (Acts 19: 29) or in Corinth (Rom. 16:23) or in Derbe (Acts 20:4) is uncertain. It was written for the purpose of commending to Gaius some Christians who were strangers in the place where he lived, and who had gone thither for the purpose of preaching the gospel (ver. 7). The Second and Third Epistles were probably written soon after the First, and from Ephesus.
Dicionário fonte: Dicionário Inglês-Espanhol
A tradução de john do Inglês para o Espanhol = Juan. Ex: In Matthew's gospel, when Jesus comes to John to be baptised, John hesitates, as he feels unworthy. ---- * john mule = mulo, mulo macho. * john, the = roca, retrete, váter, meadero. * (Saint) John the Baptist = San Juan Bautista. * (Saint) John the Evangelist = San Juan Evangelista. = roca, retrete, váter, meadero. Ex:Indy was supposed to have a huge fight scene using his whip, but a bout of dysentery had left him weak and desperately needing the john.
john [dFKn] n (a)Am F the john, (lavatory) le petit coin, les cabinets mpl; (b)Am Sl (prostitute's client) micheton m; (c)F long johns, (underwear) caleçon long.
John [dFKn] n (a)Jean m; John Bull, John Bull m, l'Anglais m typique; (the English) les Anglais mpl; (England) l'Angleterre f; Am John Doe, (average person) l'Américain moyen, approx. = Monsieur Dupont; F (unidentified man) (under arrest) inconnu m; (corpse) mort non-identifié; Am F one's John Hancock or John Henry, sa signature, son gribouillis; Am John Q. Public, Monsieur Tout-le-monde; (Saint) John the Baptist, saint Jean-Baptiste; (b)John Dory, (fish) dorée f, saint-pierre m inv.