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Jerry

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noun Jer·ry \ˈjer-ē, ˈje-rē\

Definition of Jerry

plural

Jerries

chiefly British

  1. :  german



Origin and Etymology of jerry

by shortening & alteration


First Known Use: 1915

Rhymes with jerry

aerie, airy, berry, bury, Carey, cherry, chary, dairy, Derry, faerie, fairy, ferry, Gerry, glairy, glary, hairy, kerry, Mary, marry, merry, nary, perry, prairie, query, scary, serry, Shari, sherry, skerry, terry, Terry, vary, very, wary, wherry


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