Homophones for jack, jak

jack / jak [ˈʤæk]

jack – n. & v. – n. – 1. a device for lifting heavy objects; 2. a plying card with a picture of a soldier or a servant, ranked fourth in the suit; 3. a ship’s flag, especially one flown from the bow and showing nationality; 4. a female connecting device in electric circuits; 5. a sleeveless padded tunic worn by foot soldiers; v. tr. – 1. raise with a leverage device; 2. increase price, volume, etc. 3. hunt or fish using a light

jak – n. – jackfruit, a large East Indian tree, Artocarpus heterophyllus, that is distinguished from the closely related breadfruit by its entire leaves, yields a fine-grained yellow wood, and is widely cultivated in the tropics for its immense fruits which contain an edible but insipid pulp and nutritious seeds that are commonly roasted; 2. the fruit of the jackfruit