Printer friendly

Acronym Finder logo: click for home page
abbreviation to define
  

Examples: NFL, NASA, PSP, HIPAA, random
Word(s) in meaning: chat  "global warming"
Postal codes: USA: 81657, Canada: T5A 0A7

post to Facebook  Digg this!  submit to Reddit  add to your favorites/bookmarks
New search features
Acronym Blog | Free tools

What does JY stand for?

Jewish Year (Jewish Calendar)


Suggest new definition

This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
  • Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.

See other meanings of JY

Other Resources:
We have 2 other definitions for JY in our Acronym Attic

Link/Page Citation...

<< PreviousAbbreviation Database SurferNext >>
Jackson (Amtrak station code; Jackson, MI)
Jackson, Michigan (Airport Code)
Java Xcripted Page (computer programming)
Journal of X-Ray Science and Technology
Japanese XAFS (X-Ray Absorption Fine Structure) Society
JAVA Exploration Tools (software)
Juxtapose (Sun Microsystems)
Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics (China)
Janksy of Flux Unit (used to measure flux density of radio signals)
Japanese Yen
Jobin-Yvon
Joey Yung (Chinese singer/actress)
Judicial Yuan (judicial cabinet; Taiwan)
Japan Yachting Association (est. 1937; now Japan Sailing Federation)
Japan Youth Association
Jenkintown Youth Activities (Jenkintown, PA)
Jesus Youth of America (Colorado)
John Yurconic Agency (Allentown, PA)
Julian Youth Academy (Christian residential boarding school; California)
Junior Year Abroad



Samples in periodicals archive:
The speech fell on Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the Jewish year.
It's providential that we launch not only during the jubilee of Korean-Israeli friendship, but also as we enter the holiest time of the Jewish year.
Michael Schiffman, The Return of the Remnant, 126, and Sidney Goldstein, "Profile of American Jewry: Insights From the 1990 National Jewish Population Survey," American Jewish Year Book (1992): 124-28.
He added, "In the past Jewish year the army developed its capabilities and its methods of retaliation when faced with different kinds of challenges.
It's known as the "the wildest, most action-packed day of the Jewish year.
In the Jewish Bible, the book of Esther comes as the last of the five scrolls that are read at the great festivals of the Jewish year.
Byline: FROM HEART TO HEART By Sabena Stark For The Register-Guard At the threshold of autumn, the Jewish year opens to a 10-day sanctuary of time called High Holy Days.
This is not an unreasonable expectation as there are 78,000 people living in Jewish households in metro Detroit, according to the 2007 American Jewish Year Book.

Home  |  Help  |  About  |  What's New?  |  Suggest new acronym  |  Link to Us  |  Search Tools  |  Press
State Abbreviations  |  Partners  |  Contributors  |  Return Links  |  Statistics  |  Fun Buzzword Acronyms!  |  Read the AF Blog

All trademarks/service marks referenced on this site are properties of their respective owners.
The Acronym Finder is ©1988-2014, Acronym Finder, All Rights Reserved.  Feedback
Terms of usage   |  Licensing info  |  Advertising info  |  Privacy Policy  |  Site Map