YOU reported that the nation holds Hey Jude as its top Beatles song (The Journal, October 6).
What does HJ stand for?
HJ stands for Hey Jude (Beatles song)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 8 other meanings of HJ in our Acronym Attic
- High Intensity Zone
- Home Ignition Zone (fire safety)
- Home Improvement Zone (TV channel; OnDemand)
- Hrvatski Informatièki Zbor (Zagreb, Croatia)
- Halal Journal (Islam)
- Hand Job
- Head Job
- Heroes Journey (game)
- Hey Joe (Jimi Hendrix song)
- Hic Jacet (Latin: here lies)
- High Jump
- Hilal-E-Jura'at (2nd Highest gallantry award given to officers of Pakistan Armed Forces.)
- Honest John
- Hotel Juliet (crypto key change; US DoD)
- Hourly Jumps
- House Journal (U.S. Congress)
- Howard Johnson
- Hungry Jack's Pty. Ltd. (fast food restaurant; Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
CHART-TOPPING hit Hey Jude has been named the nation's favourite Beatles song as the 50th anniversary of the Liverpool band's recording career was celebrated.
But it's run close by Majesty Of Decay - a Hey Jude for the 21st century - and Blood Ice And Ashes, all Damien Rice-like light and shade.
It was only at the end that Robbie and Gary, above, sang alongside each other in a finale of Hey Jude which featured all the performers, including Leona Lewis, left.
The song later mutated into Hey Jude because it was easier to sing.
The Black Horse landlord says: "Suddenly he was singing Hey Jude.
Hills are betting on which classic will inevitably hit the top of the charts first and the firm make Hey Jude and Can't Buy Me Love their 8-1 joint favourites.