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Jingo

- Noun

A statesman who pursues, or who favors, aggressive, domineering policy in foreign affairs.

- Noun

A word used as a jocular oath.


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    Jingo is a fantasy novel by British writer Terry Pratchett, part of his Discworld series. It was published in 1997.

  • Tensei Jingo

    Tensei Jingo (天声人語, literally, the voice of heaven is the voice of people) is the title of a column which appears on the front page of the Asahi Shimbun, a Japanese newspaper. It is a translation of the Latin phrase as Vox Populi, Vox Dei ("The voice of the people is the voice of the gods"). The column is limited to 607 Japanese characters.

  • By Jingo

    The expression by Jingo is a minced oath that appeared rarely in print, but which may be traced as far back as to at least the 17th century in a transparent euphemism for "by Jesus ". The OED attests the first appearance in 1694, in an English edition of the works of François Rabelais as a translation for the French par Dieu! ("by God!").

  • Jingo, West Virginia

    Jingo was an unincorporated community located in Roane County, West Virginia. The Jingo Post Office no longer exists.

  • Oh By Jingo!

    "Oh By Jingo!" (also "Oh By Jingo! Oh By Gee You're The Only Girl For Me"), is a 1919 novelty song by Albert Von Tilzer with lyrics by Lew Brown. The song was featured in the Broadway show "Linger Longer Letty", and became one of the biggest Tin Pan Alley hits of the post-World War I era.

  • Jingo, Kansas

    Jingo, Kansas

    Jingo is an unincorporated community in Miami County, Kansas, United States.

  • Jingo de Lunch

    Jingo de Lunch is a German punk band from Kreuzberg, Berlin. Most members had already a solid musical background, for instance Sepp Ehrensberger had played in the Berliner cult punk rock band called Vorkriegsjugend (1984–85), and also in Zerstörte Jugend with Tom Schwoll. Yvonne Ducksworth (a Canadian who arrived in Germany in 1983) had previously sung in Combat Not Conform. Before they gave birth to Jingo de Lunch in April 1987, with the help of Steve Hahn (on drums) and Henning Menke (bass), Tom Schwoll (guitar); Ehrensberger (guitar) and Ducksworth (vocals) played together in Manson Youth.

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    Jingo Tobimatsu (October 16, 1883 – April 17, 1945) was the chief administrator (1915–1941) of the Kaishun Hospital, a Hansen's disease hospital in Kumamoto, under Hannah Riddell and Ada Hannah Wright.

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