A cylindrical container with a handle and a lip, used for holding and pouring liquids
Stew or boil (a hare or rabbit) in a covered container
A jug in the form of an owl, of a type originally made of faience and having a removable head used as a cup.
Large, protruding ears, likened to jug handles; a person with large ears.
A jug with a lip or front shaped like a face.
A group of jazz, blues, or folk musicians using simple or improvised instruments such as jugs and washboards
A small jug for holding and pouring milk
A beer jug or mug in the form of a stout old man wearing a three-cornered hat
A tall, narrow electric kettle like a jug with a lid
A jug or cup marked up in graded amounts, used in cooking
Any of a number of Staffordshire-ware jugs made in the late 18th cent. by the French potter John Voyez and his imitators, bearing a design in relief of rustic figures and inscribed with the words ‘Fair Hebe’.
A secure hold that is cut into rock for climbing