Associations to the word «Jerry»
JERRY, proper noun. A nickname for Jeremiah, Jeremy, Jerrold, Gerald, Gerard, and similar male names; also used as a formal male given name.
JERRY, proper noun. A diminutive of the female given names Geraldine and Jerilyn.
JERRY, proper noun. An old nickname for a chamber pot (also referred to as a potty) (Dated UK)
JERRY, proper noun. (British) (US) (derogatory) (slang) (dated) A German.
JERRY, noun. Alternative letter-case form of Jerry (derogatory: German).
JERRY, noun. (British) (slang) A chamber pot.
JERRY, adjective. (dated) jerry-built
JERRY BUILT, adjective. Alternative spelling of jerrybuilt
JERRY CAN, noun. Alternative spelling of jerrycan
JERRY CANS, noun. Plural of jerry can
JERRY, noun. Offensive term for a person of German descent.
One merit of poetry few persons will deny: it says more and in fewer words than prose.