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Jordan in English
Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, kingdom in southwest Asia; river in southwest Asia which flows through Israel and Jordan; male first name; family name; Michael Jordan (born 1963), American professional basketball player and actor chamber pot (British Informal)

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Jordan in Greek
ιορδανία, ιορδάνης

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Jordan in Chinese (s)
约旦; 约旦河 室内用便器; 尿壶

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Jordan in Chinese (t)
約旦; 約旦河 室內用便器; 尿壺

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Jordan in Arabic
الأردن جوردان, غرفة وعاء (رسمية بريطانية)

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Jordan in Spanish
Jordania (nombre del país); Jordán (nombre del río) Jordán; Jordania

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Jordan in Russian
Иордан [геогр.], Иордания [геогр.]

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Jordan in Dutch
Jordaan (rivier); Jordanië (staat) po (slang)

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Jordan in Portuguese
Jordânia, Jordão; Reino Hashemita da Jordânia, reino no sudoeste da Ásia; Rio Jordão, rio do sudoeste da Ásia que corre entre Israel e a Jordânia; nome próprio masculino; sobrenome; Michael Jordan (nascido em 1963) jogador americano de basquete e ator penico (Informal Britânico)

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Jordan in Turkish
Ürdün, Ürdün nehri oturak, lazımlık (British resmi olmayan)

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Jordan in Italian
(sl) vaso da notte, orinale (sl) vaso da notte, orinale

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Jordan in French
Jordanie, royaume de Jordanie, pays du Moyen-Orient; Jourdain, fleuve du Moyen-orient qui traverse Israël et la Jordanie; Jordan, prénom masculin; non de famille; Michaël Jordan (né en 1963), joueur de basket américain professionnel et acteur pot de chambre (familier)

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Jordan in German
Jordanien, haschemitisches Königreich von Jordanien, Staat im Nahen Osten; Fluss durch Israel und Jordanien Fließend; männlicher Vorname; Nachname; Michael Jordan (1963 geboren), berühmter amerikanischer Basketballspieler und Schauspieler Nachttopf (Slang)

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Jordan in Japanese
ヨルダン, アジアの南西部にある王国; ヨルダン川, イスラエルとヨルダンの間を流れる川; ジョーダン, マジック ジョーダン(1963年生まれ), アメリカのプロバスケットボール選手で俳優; 男子名; 姓 おまる(英国略式)

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Jordan in Hebrew
ירדן, הממלכה הירדנית האשמית, ממלכת ירדן, מדינה במזרח התיכון; שם נהר הזורם בתוך ישראל וירדן; שם פרטי לזכר; שם משפחה; מייקל ג'ורדן (יליד 1963), כדורסלן מקצועי ושחקן קולנוע אמריקאי סיר לילה (סלנג בריטי)

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Jordan in Korean
요르단, 성; 남자 이름; 요르단 왕국, 서남 아시아에 있는 왕국; 요르단 강, 이스라엘과 요르단을 흐르는 서남 아시아에 있는 강; 마이클 조던 (1963년태생), 미국의 농구 선수이며 배우 침실용 변기 (영국 구어)

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Jordan in Swedish
Jordanien (arabiskt land); Jordan (namn på flod) potta (slang)

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Jordan in English
Jordan Yardan (Hebrew) "The flowing" (a river) -- with a collateral idea of descent from a higher place, in which lies its mystical significance. "Many Christian hymns speak of the mystical Jordan and of reaching the 'shore beyond,' a conception which appears to be more or less identic with that of Buddhism. 'This side' is the life of the world, the usual or common pursuits of men. The 'other shore' is simply the life spiritual, involving the expansion in relatively full power and function of the entire range of man's nature. In other words, to reach the 'other shore' means living at one with the divinity within, and hence partaking of the universal life in relatively full self-consciousness" (FSO 43-4). This symbolism applies to other holy rivers, such as the Nile and Ganges.
Blavatsky, commenting on the Pistis Sophia, says that the Jordan is "the mystic 'River' which stopped the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt 'which is the body' (V, 7)"; the Pilosophumena (bk 8, ch 3) states that at Jesus' baptism he left his "impression" in the Jordan, so that after his physical body had been destroyed by crucifixion, his soul "might put on the body, which had been impressed in the water when he was baptized, instead of the fleshly body" -- an allegory of initiation. See also ERIDANUS ; HAP ; Mano


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Jordanian dinar (JOD)

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jordan
\jor"dan\ (?), jorden \jor"den\ (?), ] n. [prob. fr. the river jordan, and shortened fr. jordan bottle a bottle of water from the jordan, brought back by pilgrims.]
1. a pot or vessel with a large neck, formerly used by physicians and alchemists. [obs.]
2. a chamber pot. [obs.] shak.

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(the descender), the one river of Palestine, has a course of little more than 200 miles, from the roots of Anti-Lebanon to the head of the Dead Sea. (136 miles in a straight line.-Schaff.) It is the river of the "great plain" of Palestine-the "descender," if not "the river of God" in the book of Psalms, at least that of his chosen people throughout their history. There were fords over against Jericho, to which point the men of Jericho pursued the spies. (Joshua 2:7) comp. Judg 3:28 Higher up where the fords or passages of Bethbarah, where Gideon lay in wait for the Midianites, (Judges 7:24) and where the men of Gilead slew the Ephraimites. ch. (Judges 12:6) These fords undoubtedly witnessed the first recorded passage of the Jordan in the Old Testament. (Genesis 32:10) Jordan was next crossed, over against Jericho, by Joshua. (Joshua 4:12,13) From their vicinity to Jerusalem the lower fords were much used. David, it is probable, passed over them in one instance to fight the Syrians. (2 Samuel 10:17; 17:22) Thus there were two customary places at which the Jordan was fordable; and it must have been at one of these, if not at both, that baptism was afterward administered by St. John and by the disciples of our Lord. Where our Lord was baptized is not stated expressly, but it was probably at the upper ford. These fords were rendered so much more precious in those days from two circumstances. First, it does not appear that there were then any bridges thrown over or boats regularly established on the Jordan; and secondly, because "Jordan overflowed all his banks all the time of harvest." (Joshua 3:15) The channel or bed of the river became brimful, so that the level of the water and of the banks was then the same. (Dr. Selah Merrill, in his book "Galilee in the Time of Christ" (1881), says, "Near Tarichaea, just below the point where the Jordan leaves the lake (of Galilee), there was (in Christ's time) a splendid bridge across the river, supported by ten piers."-ED.) The last feature which remains to be noticed in the scriptural account of the Jordan is its frequent mention as a boundary: "over Jordan," "this" and "the other side," or "beyond Jordan," were expressions as familiar to the Israelites as "across the water," "this" and "the other side of the Channel" are to English ears. In one sense indeed, that is, in so far as it was the eastern boundary of the land of Canaan, it was the eastern boundary of the promised land. (Numbers 34:12) The Jordan rises from several sources near Panium (Banias), and passes through the lakes of Merom (Huleh) and Gennesaret. The two principal features in its course are its descent and its windings. From its fountain heads to the Dead Sea it rushes down one continuous inclined plane, only broken by a series of rapids or precipitous falls. Between the Lake of Gennesaret and the Dead Sea there are 27 rapids. The depression of the Lake of Gennesaret below the level of the Mediterranean is 653 feet, and that of the Dead Sea 1316 feet. (The whole descent from its source to the Dead Sea is 3000 feet. Its width varies form 45 to 180 feet, and it is from 3 to 12 feet deep. -Schaff.) Its sinuosity is not so remarkable in the upper part of its course. The only tributaries to the Jordan below Gennesaret are the Yarmuk (Hieromax) and the Zerka (Jabbok). Not a single city ever crowned the banks of the Jordan. Still Bethshan and Jericho to the west, Gerasa, Pella and Gadara to the east of it were important cities, and caused a good deal of traffic between the two opposite banks. The physical features of the Ghor, through which the Jordan flows, are treated of under Palestina And Palestine.
  

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Jordan (; ), officially the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan ( ), is an Arab kingdom in Western Asia, on the East Bank of the Jordan River, and extending into the historic region of Palestine. Jordan borders Saudi Arabia to the south and east, Iraq to the north-east, Syria to the north, and Palestine, the Dead Sea and Israel to the west.

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Jordan is a country in the Middle East.

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State: NEW YORK
City: JORDAN State: MINNESOTA
City: JORDAN State: MONTANA
City: JORDAN State: ARKANSAS
City: JORDAN

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Noun
1. a river in Palestine that empties into the Dead Sea; John the Baptist baptized Jesus in the Jordan
(synonym) Jordan River
(hypernym) river
(part-holonym) Palestine, Canaan, Holy Land, Promised Land
2. an Arab kingdom in southwestern Asia on the Red Sea
(synonym) Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
(hypernym) Asian country, Asian nation
(member-holonym) Arab League
(part-holonym) Middle East, Mideast, Near East
(member-meronym) Jordanian
(part-meronym) Amman, capital of Jordan
(class) al-Fatah, Fatah, al-Asifa


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An Iordáin

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Country Code -962

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962

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the river of judgment
  

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JO (Internet),
JO (ISO 3166),
JOR (ISO 3166),
JO (FIPS 10-4)

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Background
For most of its history since independence from British administration in 1946, Jordan was ruled by King HUSSEIN (1953-99). A pragmatic ruler, he successfully navigated competing pressures from the major powers (US, USSR, and UK), various Arab states, Israel, and a large internal Palestinian population, despite several wars and coup attempts. In 1989 he reinstituted parliamentary elections and gradual political liberalization; in 1994 he signed a formal peace treaty with Israel. King ABDALLAH II - the eldest son of King HUSSEIN and Princess MUNA - assumed the throne following his father's death in February 1999. Since then, he has consolidated his power and undertaken an aggressive economic reform program. Jordan acceded to the World Trade Organization in 2000, and began to participate in the European Free Trade Association in 2001. After a two-year delay, parliamentary and municipal elections took place in the summer of 2003. The Prime Minister and government appointed in April 2005 declared they would build upon the previous government's achievements to respect political and human rights and improve living standards.

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    Philippines

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    JORDAN AMERICAN HLDG INC
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    (n.)
    Alt. of Jorden
      

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    Friend and conspirator of the Weasley twins; he has dreadlocks; a Gryffindor.

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    Only the Speedway Series 'Z' of 1925-1948 are classic cars .

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    Heb. Yarden, "the descender;" Arab. Nahr-esh-Sheriah, "the watering-place" the chief river of Palestine. It flows from north to south down a deep valley in the centre of the country. The name descender is significant of the fact that there is along its whole course a descent to its banks; or it may simply denote the rapidity with which it "descends" to the Dead Sea. It originates in the snows of Hermon, which feed its perennial fountains. Two sources are generally spoken of. (1.) From the western base of a hill on which once stood the city of Dan, the northern border-city of Palestine, there gushes forth a considerable fountain called the Leddan, which is the largest fountain in Syria and the principal source of the Jordan. (2.) Beside the ruins of Banias, the ancient Caesarea Philippi and the yet more ancient Panium, is a lofty cliff of limestone, at the base of which is a fountain. This is the other source of the Jordan, and has always been regarded by the Jews as its true source. It rushes down to the plain in a foaming torrent, and joins the Leddan about 5 miles south of Dan (Tell-el-Kady). (3.) But besides these two historical fountains there is a third, called the Hasbany, which rises in the bottom of a valley at the western base of Hermon, 12 miles north of Tell-el-Kady. It joins the main stream about a mile below the junction of the Leddan and the Banias. The river thus formed is at this point about 45 feet wide, and flows in a channel from 12 to 20 feet below the plain. After this it flows, "with a swift current and a much-twisted course," through a marshy plain for some 6 miles, when it falls into the Lake Huleh, "the waters of Merom" (q.v.). During this part of its course the Jordan has descended about 1,100 feet. At Banias it is 1,080 feet above sea-level. Flowing from the southern extremity of Lake Huleh, here almost on a level with the sea, it flows for 2 miles "through a waste of islets and papyrus," and then for 9 miles through a narrow gorge in a foaming torrent onward to the Sea of Galilee (q.v.). "In the whole valley of the Jordan from the Lake Huleh to the Sea of Galilee there is not a single settled inhabitant. Along the whole eastern bank of the river and the lakes, from the base of Hermon to the ravine of Hieromax, a region of great fertility, 30 miles long by 7 or 8 wide, there are only some three inhabited villages. The western bank is almost as desolate. Ruins are numerous enough. Every mile or two is an old site of town or village, now well nigh hid beneath a dense jungle of thorns and thistles. The words of Scripture here recur to us with peculiar force: 'I will make your cities waste, and bring your sanctuaries unto desolation...And I will bring the land into desolation: and your enemies which dwell therein shall be astonished at it...And your land shall be desolate, and your cities waste. Then shall the land enjoy her sabbaths, as long as it lieth desolate' (Lev. 26:31-34).", Dr. Porter's Handbook. From the Sea of Galilee, at the level of 682 feet below the Mediterranean, the river flows through a long, low plain called "the region of Jordan" (Matt. 3:5), and by the modern Arabs the Ghor, or "sunken plain." This section is properly the Jordan of Scripture. Down through the midst of the "plain of Jordan" there winds a ravine varying in breadth from 200 yards to half a mile, and in depth from 40 to 150 feet. Through it the Jordan flows in a rapid, rugged, tortuous course down to the Dead Sea. The whole distance from the southern extremity of the Sea of Galilee to the Dead Sea is in a straight line about 65 miles, but following the windings of the river about 200 miles, during which it falls 618 feet. The total length of the Jordan from Banias is about 104 miles in a straight line, during which it falls 2,380 feet. There are two considerable affluents which enter the river between the Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea, both from the east. (1.) The Wady Mandhur, called the Yarmuk by the Rabbins a

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    Jordan in Greek
    (Lex). Ιορδανία

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    Ουσ. Ιορδανία//
    Ιορδάνης Ουσ. καθίκι, δοχείο-τουαλέτα

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    Jordan in Esperanto
    Jordanio, Jordano

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    Jordan in Afrikaans
    Jordaan

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    Jordan in Chinese (s)
    [E] Jordan (n) [P] Jordânia (f) [C] 约旦

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    Jordan in Interlingua
    (country) Jordania; (river) jordano

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    Jordan in Arabic
    الأردن

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    اسْم : دَوْلَة الأُرْدُن


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    الأردن
    Short name: JO, JORCountry code: +962

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    الأردن

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    ألاسم

    الأُرْدُنّ


    ethar1@yahoo.com

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    الأُرْدُنِّ

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    Jordan in Indonesian
    jordan
    my child #10

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    Jordan in Spanish
    Jordania

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    basculador de Eccles-Jordan (Amygdalus communis, Prunus amygdalus, Prunus dulcis) almendra de Málaga
    Jordan almond
    almendra garrapiñada

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    = Jordania.
    Ex: Their assignments lasted from four months to one year in such diverse posts as Chile, Finland, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Malaysia, Mauritius, and Turkey.


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    Jordan in Russian
    (n) Иордан; Иордания

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    иорданский

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    I n. Иордания II n. р. Иордан

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    Jordan in Dutch
    Jordanië

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    Jordan in Portuguese
    Jordânia, Jordão (rio)
    Livros de IK

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    Jordão

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    Jordan in Turkish
    ürdün

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    i. Ürdün.

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    i. Ürdün.

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    ürdün

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    Jordan in Thai
    ประเทศจอแด็น

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    Jordan in Vietnamese

    ['dʤɔ:dn]

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    Jordan in Romanian
    Iordania

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    Iordania

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    iordania

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    Jordan in Catalan
    s GEOGR Jordà (riu)

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    Jordan in Polish
    Jordania f the (river) Jordan Jordan m

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    Jordan in French
    Jordan ['dFC:d(B)n] n (country) Jordanie f;
    the Jordan, (river) le Jourdain.

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    Jordanie, Jourdain

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    JordanieShort name: JO, JORCountry code: +962

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    Jordan in Bulgarian
    Йордания;

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    Jordan in Croatian
    Jordan

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    Jordan

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    Jordan in Persian
    ژوردان کمان ژوردان(ژوردن) ، قوس ژوردان محتواي ژوردان خم ژوردان ، منحني ژوردان قضيه ي خم ژوردان ، قضيه ي منحني ژوردان ماتريس ژوردان مجموعه ي اندازه پذير ژوردان ، مجموعه ي داراي اندازه ي ژوردان اندازه ي ژوردان آزمون ژوردان لمّ ژوردان

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    اردن
     کلمات مرتبط(1)  کلمات مرتبط(jordan):



    بازگشت به واژه jordan


    mrs jordan nee mary 



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    ظ‌رف‌ادرار،پيشاب‌ دان‌،قاروره‌،شاشدان‌ بادام‌منقي‌ بانو جردن‌ كه‌نام‌خانه‌پدري‌او مريم‌است‌

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    ِگ¢ھ‘ھٹù¤ّ¤‘ىٹِگ¢ ’‘ھ‏•ٹ¤گ¤¢گé¤àmrs j. nee mary=–¨گô‏¤ُ ّگ‎¤¢•ù÷‘،ô‘÷ùî ِ¢¤› ّ÷‘“ üى÷ُôگ¢‘“ –¨گô‏¤ُ ّگ‎¤¢•ù÷‘،ô‘÷ùî ِ¢¤› ّ÷‘“

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    Jordan in Albanian
    ['xho:dën] n. gjeog. 1. Jordani. 2. lumi Jordan

    Jordanian [xho:'deiniën] adj.,n. jordanez

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    Jordania

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    Jordan in Swedish
    jordanien, jordan

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