jill


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jill

 (jĭl)
n.
Variant of gill4.

jill

(dʒɪl)
n
dialect a variant spelling of gill42
References in classic literature ?
Jack shall have Jill, Nought shall go ill, The man shall have his mare again; And all shall be well.
I'll carry you through the pool--every Jill of you.
Jill had undertaken hundreds of assignments in her time but she was incredibly nervous about this one.
Jill Bunn, who runs Cooking with Confidence demonstrations, in her kitchen at Oreton, near Kidderminster
Maya's designs bring a fresh take to luxurious style," said Jill Fraser, company co-founder and chief executive officer.
All our produce is locally-sourced from local suppliers right down to the milkman," said Jill.
The W team is exceptionally discerning in the brands and products it names to the monthly 'Most Wanted' feature, and for them to recognize our Art Deco Clutch is beyond gratifying," said Jill Fraser, chief executive officer of Jill Milan.
CORRIE star Gray O'Brien may play a villain but he is a soap softie when it comes to make-up girl Jill Farrimond.
Alex stayed in the background as Jill, from Paisley, performed with girl band South Beach at Glasgow's Caledonian University Union on Wednesday night.
It was the perfect way for all of Jill and Andy's family and friends to wish them all the best for a long and happy life together.
Jill died on February 1, 1995, after falling under a 50-tonne truck outside Baginton airport.