Definitions

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  • n. A type of gelatine-based confection; ingredients and consistency vary between countries.
  • n. Alternative spelling of jubé.
  • n. An open drainage channel of a type common in Tehran.

Etymologies

From jujube, from Ancient Greek ζίζυφον (zizuphon). (Wiktionary)
French jubé. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • In France the rood-loft was called the jube, which seems to imply that it was used liturgically for the reading of lessons and the like.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

  • I wanted the top of the cupcakes to look like a jube so I went a little big crazy with the coloured sugar crystals - they would of looked better if I didn't rush spreading on the swiss meringue buttercream.

    The Red Deer

  • Strawberry, lemon and orange cupcakes topped with strawberry, lemon and orange swiss meringue buttercream, then sprinkled with coloured sugar crystals and topped with a jube.

    The Red Deer

  • Impera quidvis; navigare jube, navem conscendo; plagas accipere, plector; animum profundere, in ignem currere, non recuso, lubens facio.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • We had a red fruit 'popsicle': kind of frozen air on a stick; a blackcurrant jelly like the best jube you've ever tasted and a salt & vinegar chocolate stick.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • Oli selline jube žanr Nõukogude Liidus, kus raevuka huumoriga mõisteti hukka kapitalisliku või mõne teise inimvaenuliku ühikonnakorralduse pahesid... ja seeläbi loomulikult ka ühiskonnakorraldust ennastki.

    V. Fadin «Изопертиловая лихорадка»

  • He was of another mind who cried, “Da, Domine, quod jubes, et jube quod vis.”

    The Doctrine of the Saints��� Perseverance Explained and Confirmed

  • An unusual feature in the main part of the room is a jube passageway extending the whole length and divided into recesses with divans and card tables.

    Marvels of Modern Science

  • A gallery or loft corresponding to the medieval jube was not unknown in the early Church, but there is no satisfactory evidence to show that it was surmounted by a rood.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

  • At the end of the choir, to the right on entering, was the gallery of the Dauphiness and the Duchess of Berry; to the left, opposite, was that of the princes and princesses of the blood; lower, toward the jube, and also on the left, that of the ambassadors and strangers of distinction; by the side of the jube, the gallery of the first gentlemen of the chamber of the King.

    The Duchess of Berry and the Court of Charles X

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