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Jackaroo

jack of
to be tired of something; pissed off.
jack of all trades, master of none
a person that will try anything.
jackass
kookaburra.
jake
all right (eg: Everything's jake).
jack up (about something)
to refuse to do something.
jackaroo
a cattle station worker.
jam - jars
thick lensed spectacles.
Japanese safety shoes/boots
thongs (i.e: backless rubber sandals).
jarrah jerker
a Western Australian timber worker.
jelly
gelignite.
Jesus wept!
an exclamation.
jiffy
a short period of time (eg: I'll be there in a jiffy). 
jiggered
broken; of no use.
jillaroo
a female jackaroo (cattle station worker).
Jimmies/Jimmy Britts
shits (rhyming slang - eg: It's enough to give you the Jimmies).
Jimmy Dancer
cancer (rhyming slang).
Jimmy Woodser
solitary drink or a lone drinker.
Joe Blake
snake (rhyming slang).
Joe Blow
an average bloke.
joey
a baby kangaroo
johnny cake
a type of damper (Bushman's bread baked in the hot ashes of a campfire.
jolly urethane time (it's)
a floor sanders/tradesman's joke when coating floors with polyurethane (or varnish) and stumbling out feeling a little high with a toxic headache or maybe just a jolly headspin.
journo
journolist
jumbuck
sheep.


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