Best eighteen positive words that start with J are given below
Under the table you also get origin time, meaning, and examples of these words.
With origin time, meaning and examples-
1. Joy (Noun) (1175–1225) Great pleasure, delight, happiness, ecstasy, enjoyment.
Joy and sorrow are next-door neighbours.
Love, joy, hate, fear, and jealousy are all emotions.
2. Jolly (Adjective) (1275–1325) Joyful, good-humored, lighthearted, bright, positive.
We had a jolly time with the family.
The atmosphere was festive and jolly.
3. Joke (Noun) (1660–70) Laughing stock, source of amusement, laugh, a figure of fun, trick.
A joke never gains an enemy but often loses a friend.
His cheerful joke made us forget our weariness.
4. Jump (Verb) (1505–15) Advance, boost, raise, increase, escalation.
Sales jumped from $94 million to over $101 million.
The longer and faster your run-up is, the higher you can jump.
5. Judicious (Adjective) (1590–1600) Well judged, common-sense, logical, rational, diplomatic.
We should listen to the judicious opinion of that old man.
The President authorizes the judicious use of military force to protect our citizens.
6. Jocular (Adjective) (1620–30) Amusing, funny, comical, entertaining, cheerful.
His brilliant speech, jocular talk, and profound knowledge won our enthusiastic applause.
He sounded in a jocular mood.
7. Jubilant (Adjective) (1660–70) Overjoyed, thrilled, rejoicing, jumping for joy, exultant.
Liverpool was in a jubilant mood after their cup victory.
The fans were in jubilant mood as they left the stadium.
8. Jest (Noun) (1250–1300) Prank, funny, for a laugh, practical joke, witticism.
‘Many a true word is spoken in jest.’ thought Rosie.
The remark was made half in jest.
9. Juicy (Adjective) (1400–50) Very interesting, fascinating, exciting, thrilling, spicy.
I’ve got some really juicy gossip for you.
She told me all the juicy details.
10. Just (Adverb) (1325–75) Exactly, absolutely, very recently, a moment ago, really.
Life is just a series of trying to make up your mind.
Old soldiers never die, they just fade away.
11. Justice (Noun) (1150–1200) Fairness, honesty, neutrality, legitimacy, judicial proceedings.
Justice must be done even if the sky falls.
Justice is an important element of good government.
12. Jovial (Adjective) (1580–90) Happy, friendly, smiling, amiable, cheery.
He addressed me in a jovial manner.
Michael was in a jovial and optimistic mood.
13. Jewel (Noun) (1250–1300) Masterpiece, precious stone, finest example, brilliant, pride.
Virtue is a jewel of great price.
I like rich jewel colors, such as purple, blue and green.
14. Jazzy (Adjective) (1915–20) Colorful, bright, eye-catching, vibrant, bold.
It’s a jazzy sports car.
That’s a jazzy tie you’re wearing.
15. Jingle (Noun) (1350–1400) Slogan, tag line, tune, ring, clink, tinkle.
A jingle for every occasion: birthdays, menstruation, first love.
The key fell on the ground with a jingle.
16. Job (Noun) (1620–30) Responsibility, duty, task, appointment, position.
Only teamwork will enable us to get the job done on time.
I am pleased that you have a new job.
17. Jake (Adjective) (1895–1900) All right, satisfactory, fine, agreeable, good, ok.
It was windy and Jake felt cold.
18. Joint (Adjective) (1250–1300) United, collaborative, combined, mutual, collective.
The project is a joint venture between the public and private sectors.
They were joint owners of the house.