johnson

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noun, often capitalized john·son \ˈjän(t)-sən\

Definition of johnson

often vulgar

  1. :  penis

Origin and Etymology of johnson

from the surname Johnson


First Known Use: 1863


Johnson

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biographical name John·son \ˈjän(t)-sən\

Definition of Johnson

  1. Andrew 1808–1875 17th president of the U.S. (1865–69)

Johnsonian

play \jän-ˈsō-nē-ən, -nyən\ adjective

Johnson

biographical name john·son

Definition of Johnson

  1. (Jonathan) Eastman 1824–1906 American painter


Johnson

biographical name john·son

Definition of Johnson

  1. James Weldon 1871–1938 American author


Johnson

biographical name john·son

Definition of Johnson

  1. Jeh (Charles) 1957–     U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security (2013–  )


Johnson

biographical name john·son

Definition of Johnson

  1. Lyndon Baines 1908–1973 American politician; 36th president of the U.S. (1963–69)

Johnsonian

play \jän-ˈsō-nē-ən, -nyən\ adjective

Johnson

biographical name john·son

Definition of Johnson

  1. Magic 1959–     Earvin Johnson American basketball player


Johnson

biographical name john·son

Definition of Johnson

  1. Philip Cortelyou 1906–2005 American architect


Johnson

biographical name john·son

Definition of Johnson

  1. Richard Mentor 1780–1850 vice president of the U.S. (1837–41)


Johnson

biographical name john·son

Definition of Johnson

  1. Samuel 1709–1784 Dr. Johnson English lexicographer and author


Johnson

biographical name john·son

Definition of Johnson

  1. Sir William 1715–1774 British administrator in America


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