|The Latin alphabet|
J is the tenth (number 10) letter in the English alphabet. It comes before the letter K and after the letter I. The letter was not used in the Roman civilization until 16th Century.
Meanings for J[change | change source]
- In calendars, J can sometimes mean these months - January, June, or July.
- In a deck of playing cards, J is used to mark each of the jacks.
- It can also be used as a middle initial for people with middle names such as Jack, James, John, Jesus, or Jason.