A miners water jug.
Jack it in
To give up a pursuit or hobby, as in "I've just (almost) had a bellyful of it. I'll have to jack it in!"
Wenglish for a jaunt, an outing
A Wenglish expletive; "Jawl/jawch, mun there's no need for language like that!" These words are mutations of the Welsh word for 'devil' - 'diafol'
Nearly, as in "I can tell you I'm jest going mad with this toothache!"
A euphamism for the Welsh word Duw, (God); "Jew, there's bard he's looking!", or "Jew - there's old she've gone to look lately!"
Looks, facial features, as in "... 'E's the same jib as 'is dad exactly!"
Pulling faces, as in "If you don't stop making them jibs, people will think you're not all there!"
A home made punishment cane - happily a word from ther past.
Bother, trouble; "There's a job we had finding shoes to fit 'im!", or "You'll have a job on with that!"
A lost cause; "I tried my level best with it, but in the end, I atto give it up as a bad job... "
Comfortable, at ease, as in "You're looking real jocose, lying down by there!"
Artificial, as in "They didn't have any real flowers - only jokin(g) ones..."
Really! As used to show complete agreement with something said about someone else; "'Aven't she just!!"
Wenglish for "fruit pastilles"