Objects that Start with J

Starting with JA
  1. jabot
  2. jackboot
  3. jacket
  4. jackhammer
  5. jackknife
  6. jacklight
  7. jackscrew
  8. jackstones
  9. jackstraw
  10. jaconet
  11. jacquard
  12. jag
  13. jail
  14. jailhouse
  15. jakes
  16. jalopy
  17. jalousie
  18. jamb
  19. jambeau
  20. james
  21. jamjar
  22. jammer
  23. jammies
  24. jampan
  25. jampot
  26. japan
  27. jar
  28. javelin
  29. jaw

Starting with JE
  1. jean
  2. jeans
  3. jeep
  4. jellaba
  5. jemmy
  6. jerkin
  7. jeroboam
  8. jersey
  9. jet
  10. jetliner
  11. jetsam
  12. jetty
  13. jewel
  14. jewellery
  15. jewelry

Starting with JI
  1. jib
  2. jibboom
  3. jig
  4. jigger
  5. jiggermast
  6. jigsaw
  7. jimdandy
  8. jimhickey
  9. jimmy
  10. jinrikisha
  11. jitney

Starting with JO
  1. job
  2. jobcentre
  3. jock
  4. jodhpur
  5. jodhpurs
  6. joggle
  7. john
  8. johns hopkins
  9. joinery
  10. jointer
  11. joist
  12. joker
  13. jolly
  14. jook
  15. jordan
  16. jorum
  17. joss
  18. journal
  19. joystick

Starting with JU
  1. judas
  2. jug
  3. juggernaut
  4. juicer
  5. juju
  6. juke
  7. jukebox
  8. jumbojet
  9. jumper
  10. jumpsuit
  11. junction
  12. junk
  13. jupiter

Objects that Start with J

Have you ever thought about how many objects names start with j ? I bet you haven’t. How many objects with the letter “j” could you name that comes to your mind right away? Well, if you have a hard time trying to think of the name of the objects with the letter j, here are some examples for you.


Clothing that start with J


Jackboot: (19th century) a man’s high tasseled boot.

– Soldiers wear jackboots as part of their uniforms.


Jaconet: a lightweight cotton cloth with a smooth and slightly stiff finish; used for clothing and bandages.

– My grandmother got married in a White jaconet muslin dress.


Jammies:(usually plural) loose-fitting nightclothes wore for sleeping or lounging; have a jacket top and trousers.

– The babies looked adorable in their matching jammies.


Jellaba: a loose cloak with a hood; worn in the Middle East and northern Africa.

– The fashion show includes different styles of jellabas.


Jerkin: a tight sleeveless and collarless jacket (often made of leather) worn by men in former times.

– The reporter wore a brown jerkin during his mission.


Jumpsuit: one-piece garment fashioned after a parachutist’s uniform.

-The model looked gorgeous and elegant in her black jumpsuit.


Jeans: (used in the plural) close-fitting trousers of heavy denim for manual work or casual wear.

Jeans are my favorite clothes! I wear them almost every day.


Electronic objects that start with J


Jackhammer: a hammer driven by compressed air.

– My headaches from hearing the jackhammers noise that comes from the construction near to my office.


Jammer: a transmitter used to broadcast electronic jamming.

– The S.W.A.T members pulled portable jammers into their base.


Juicer: a squeezer with a conical ridged center that is used for squeezing juice from citrus fruit.

– The new juicer is great for preparing Green juices.


Plastic objects that start with J


Jorum: a large drinking bowl.

– The kids used plastic jorums to prevent they to break them.


Juicer: a squeezer with a conical ridged center that is used for squeezing juice from citrus fruit.

– The old juicer was manual and made of cheap plastic.


Joystic: -a manual control consisting of a vertical handle that can move freely in two directions; used as an input device to computers or devices controlled by computers. A lever used by a pilot to control the ailerons and elevators of an airplane.

– My first joystick was the one that came with my video game console.