Jnr
Jnr Jnr. n. Abbreviation for Junior, used after a name by a son who has the same first and last name as his father; -- less commonly used than {Jr.}

Syn: Junior, Jr. [WordNet 1.5]


The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • Jnr — written abbreviation for Junior; = jr. AmE …   Financial and business terms

  • Jnr. — Jnr. UK US UK (US Jr.) adjective ► WRITTEN ABBREVIATION for Junior: used after the name of a man to show that he is the son of a man with the same name: »J Paul Getty Jnr …   Financial and business terms

  • Jnr — adj BrE the written abbreviation of junior , used after the name of a man who has the same name as his father ▪ Sammy Davis Jnr …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • jnr. — jnr. abbr. junior. * * * …   Universalium

  • Jnr — is a written abbreviation for Junior. It is used after a man s name to distinguish him from an older member of his family with the same name. [BRIT] Syn: Jr (in AM, use Jr.) …   English dictionary

  • Jnr — (junior) younger person who has the same first name as his father …   English contemporary dictionary

  • jnr. — jnr. (el. j.nr.) (fork. for journalnummer) …   Dansk ordbog

  • Jnr — noun a son who has the same first name as his father • Syn: ↑Junior, ↑Jr • Hypernyms: ↑son, ↑boy * * * Jnr abbreviation junior Thesaurus …   Useful english dictionary

  • jnr. — abbr. Junior. * * * Jnr. or jnr. or Jnr (no period), junior. Usage Jr. or jr. are the usual current forms, especially in the United States. Jun. is still used, but with increasingly less frequency. Jnr. or jnr. or Jnr (no period) are mainly… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Jnr. — abbr. Junior. * * * Jnr. or jnr. or Jnr (no period), junior. Usage Jr. or jr. are the usual current forms, especially in the United States. Jun. is still used, but with increasingly less frequency. Jnr. or jnr. or Jnr (no period) are mainly… …   Useful english dictionary

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