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Jaffa1 British & World English

A city and port on the Mediterranean coast of Israel, forming a southern suburb of the Tel Aviv conurbation and since 1949 united with Tel Aviv; population (with Tel Aviv) 392,500 (est. 2008). Inhabited since prehistoric times, Jaffa was a Byzantine bishopric until captured by the Arabs in 636; later, it was a stronghold of the Crusaders

Jaffa2 British & World English

A large oval orange of a thick-skinned variety

Jaffa cake British & World English

A sponge biscuit with an orange-flavoured jelly and chocolate topping

Jaffa British & World English

A large oval orange of a thick-skinned variety

Jaffa orange in Jaffa2 British & World English

A large oval orange of a thick-skinned variety

Tel Aviv British & World English

A city on the Mediterranean coast of Israel; population 392,500 (est. 2008) (with Jaffa). It was founded as a suburb of Jaffa by Russian Jewish immigrants in 1909 and named Tel Aviv a year later

Tel Aviv-Jaffa in Tel Aviv British & World English

A city on the Mediterranean coast of Israel; population 392,500 (est. 2008) (with Jaffa). It was founded as a suburb of Jaffa by Russian Jewish immigrants in 1909 and named Tel Aviv a year later

Tel Aviv New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

city on the coast of Israel

Joffrey, Robert British & World English

(1930–88) US ballet dancer and choreographer; born Abdullah Jaffa Anver Bey Khan. He founded the Joffrey Ballet in the 1950s, affiliating with NewYork’s Lincoln Center in 1966

Abdullah Jaffa Anver Bey Khan in Joffrey, Robert British & World English

(1930–88) US ballet dancer and choreographer; born Abdullah Jaffa Anver Bey Khan. He founded the Joffrey Ballet in the 1950s, affiliating with NewYork’s Lincoln Center in 1966