joe
[dʒəʊ]
NOUN
NORTH AMERICAN
informal
joes (plural noun)
  1. an ordinary man.
    "the average joe"
  2. coffee.
    "a cup of joe"
Origin
mid 19th century: pet form of the given name Joseph ; compare with Joe Bloggs. joe (sense 2) arose in the 1940s.
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Words that rhyme with joe:
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How to use joe in a sentence?
what goes on in the pits is a million miles away from what happens when joe Bloggs puts his car in for a service.
he went overboard in blarneying him into thinking that joe considered him a nice guy.
you think any of these punks they got fighting today could stand up to joe Louis?.
joe, who had been such a charmer, had become irritable and lazy.
joe had a feeling it wasn't too clever, leaving Dolly alone.
more than one bloke I've seen joe quilt good and proper.
someone asked him for a match, but joe didn't have any.
joe is being sponsored by a government training scheme.
even the parsimonious joe paid for drinks all round.
Ben led the way, with joe a short distance behind.
the dreaded news came that joe had been wounded.
joe was surprised that he enjoyed the journey.
joe was as thirsty for scandal as anyone else.
joe gleaming and sparkling in his pearlies.
joe pimped her to his customers.
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How to say joe in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Arabic (NOUN)جو, جوي
Bangla জো
Bulgarian (NOUN)Джо
Cantonese (Traditional)
Catalan (NOUN)Pep
Chinese Simplified
Chinese Traditional
Croatian (NOUN)Džo, Joea, Joeom, Joa, Joeu
Czech (NOUN)Joea, Joei, Joem, Joeovi, Joa
Estonian (NOUN)Zenek
Fijian o Joe
Greek (NOUN)Τζο
Haitian Creole Joe's
Hebrew (NOUN)ג'ו, לג'ו, שג'ו, ג'ואי, ג
Hindi (NOUN)जो, जोए
Icelandic (NOUN)Jóa, jói, Jo
Japanese (NOUN)ジョー
Korean (NOUN)조, 조가, 죠
Latvian (NOUN)Džo, Jānis
Lithuanian (NOUN)Džo, Arnita, Rutenis
Malagasy i joe
Persian (NOUN)جو
Polish (NOUN)ukochana
Russian (NOUN)Джо
Serbian (Cyrillic) Јое
Slovenian (NOUN)vojak
Tamil ஜோ
Telugu జో
Thai (NOUN)โจ
Turkish (NOUN)Joe'nun
Ukrainian (NOUN)Джо
Urdu جو
Welsh (NOUN)Cai
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