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Definition of Jugum

Jugum
Jugum Ju"gum, n.; pl. L. Juga, E. Jugums. [L., a yoke, ridge.] (Bot.) (a) One of the ridges commonly found on the fruit of umbelliferous plants. (b) A pair of the opposite leaflets of a pinnate plant.

Meaning of Jugum from wikipedia

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- omnia, nequaquam vacuum, libertas evangelii, dei intacta gloria, legis jugum" ("Jesus is everything to me, by no means empty, the freedom of the gospel...
- its origins in this practice[citation needed] (from Latin sub = under, jugum = yoke). In Norse mythology, the god Odin's spear (named Gungnir) was made...
- prejudgment, prejudice, prejudicial, quasijudicial jug- yoke Latin jugo, jugum conjugal, subjugate jung-, junct- join Latin iungo, junctus adjoin, adjoint...