Crossword clues for joey
The Collaborative International Dictionary
joey \joey\ (j[=o]"[=e]), n.
Any young animal, especially a young kangaroo.
A young child. [Australian]
A three-penny piece. [British slang]
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"young kangaroo," 1839, sometimes said to be from a native Australian word joè, but more recently often said to be of unknown origin. Perhaps an extended use of Joey, the familiar form of the male proper name Joseph, for which Partridge lists many common or coarse meanings in 20c. Australian slang. Farmer & Henley ("Slang and Its Analogues") quote an 1887 article on "Australian Colloquialisms":\n\nJOEY is a familiar name for anything young or small, and is applied indifferently to a puppy, or a kitten, or a child, while a WOOD-AND-WATER-JOEY is a hanger about hotels and a doer of odd jobs.\n\n
n. 1 The immature young of a marsupial, notably a junior kangaroo, but also a young wallaby, koala, etc. 2 The shorter word whose letters can be found within a kangaroo word.
JOEY is a Western Canadian restaurant chain based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The company's founding President and CEO is Jeff Fuller, son of restaurateur Leroy "Bus" Fuller, who founded the Earls restaurant chain with Jeff's brother Stan Fuller.
The first JOEY Restaurant was opened in 1992 in Calgary, Alberta. The chain now operates over twenty restaurants.
JOEY was originally conceived as a pasta house called "Joey Tomato's". As more menu items were added, the name was changed to "Joey Tomato's Mediterranean Grill," before being shortened in 2005 to simply "JOEY." The company also owns the American restaurant Cucina, Cucina.
In 2016, Al Jessa was promoted to company President, marking another link between the Earls chain and JOEY. Al Jessa's twin brother Mo Jessa is the current president of Earls.
Joey is an American sitcom, a spin-off from Friends, which stars Matt LeBlanc reprising his role as Joey Tribbiani. It premiered on the NBC television network, on September 9, 2004, in the former time slot of its parent series, Thursday nights at 8:00 p.m.
Midway through the second season, the show was placed on a hiatus by NBC but returned on March 7, 2006, in a new timeslot of Tuesdays at 8:30 p.m. One episode, "Joey and the Snowball Fight", was shown on a Tuesday at 8:30 p.m, but was pulled by NBC when it was overshadowed in ratings by American Idol. NBC canceled the series due to poor ratings in May 2006 and did not broadcast the remaining episodes.
Joey, also known as Making Contact, is a 1985 West German/American fantasy film from Centropolis Film Productions (now Centropolis Entertainment). The film was co-written and directed by Roland Emmerich. The plot concerns a boy (Joshua Morell) who loses his father, but makes contact with what he believes is his deceased parent via a small phone and is terrorized by a ventriloquist dummy named Fletcher who is possessed by a demon and summons other demons and evil forces to threaten his friends/mother/enemies/city as only the boy must go into the spirit world to destroy this evil in a battle of good vs. evil. The boy develops the power of telekinesis, which soon gets out of hand.
"Joey" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music duo Sugarland. The duo's two members, Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush, wrote it along with country singer Bill Anderson. It was released in July 2009 as the fourth single from the duo's album Love on the Inside. Sugarland's twelfth single release, it debuted at number 50 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts in July 2009.
"Joey" is a song from Bob Dylan's 1976 album Desire. It was written by Dylan and Jacques Levy, who collaborated with Dylan on most of the songs on the album. In a 2009 interview with Bill Flanagan, Dylan claimed that Levy wrote all the words to this song. Like another long song on the album, " Hurricane", "Joey" is biographical. The song is about the life and death of mobster Joey Gallo, who had been killed on his birthday at Umberto's Clam House in Little Italy, on April 7, 1972.
Joey is a 1986 film written and directed by Joseph Ellison, based on a story by Ellen Hammill. The rock and roll movie features songs by Tim Worman and the Polecats and performances by the Ad-Libs, the Silhouettes, Screamin' Jay Hawkins and others.
Joey is an English-language given name used for both males and females. It can be a short form of:
- Joseph, for males
- Josephine, for females
- Joanna, for females
Joey is a 1977 American film. It was also known as Deliver Us From Evil.
Joey is a diminutive form ( hypocorism) of the male given name Joseph or the female given name Joanna.
Joey is an Australian animal movie made in 1997.
"Joey" is the ninth track from Concrete Blonde's third and most successful album Bloodletting. The song was released in 1990 and was sung by Johnette Napolitano. One interpretation is that the song is about a man who is in love with alcohol. Johnette Napolitano mentioned in her book, Rough Mix, that the song was written about her relationship with Marc Moreland of the band Wall of Voodoo (who would eventually die of liver failure).
It became the group's biggest hit, spending four weeks atop the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart, and crossing over to pop radio, reaching #19 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart; it remains their only charting song on the latter chart.
The song was written in the cab on the way to the studio; it was the last vocal recorded on the album due to Napolitano's reluctance to record the lyrics, which were hard for her to deal with.
Usage examples of "joey".
I owe much to many wonderful people: Chris Keeslar and everyone at Dorchester Publishing, cover artist John Ennis, Romance Writers of America, Laurie Gold, Carolyn Stahl, Laura Novak, Pamela Fryer, the Lollies, Catherine Asaro, the paranormal romance listserve, the staff at Harley Davidson motorcycles in Rocklin, California, Joey Febres, West Coast Taekwondo, Jesse Crowder, Susan Wiggs, Chris and Carolyn Gilson, every one of my treasured readers, and last but never least, my children Connor and Courtney, who make it all worthwhile.
As always, I owe much to many wonderful people: Chris Keeslar and everyone at Dorchester Publishing, cover artist John Ennis, Romance Writers of America, Laurie Gold, Carolyn Stahl, Laura Novak, Pamela Fryer, the Lollies, Catherine Asaro, the paranormal romance listserve, the staff at Harley Davidson motorcycles in Rocklin, California, Joey Febres, West Coast Taekwondo, Jesse Crowder, Susan Wiggs, Chris and Carolyn Gilson, every one of my treasured readers, and last but never least, my children Connor and Courtney, who make it all worthwhile.
As if aware of the growing interest, Joey and Gulo were increasing their efforts to knock each other senseless.
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Jeremy who had, Karp inside and Ernst out, Joey, the Winklemans, all moved unknowingly through the same ogre-like zone of silence, which made a necessary sacrifice of the Nickys and Sallys, leaving the less beautiful behind to pick at the bones of their discontent.
Johnny and I reminisced for a while over our drinks, and by the time Vie brought him his second Ketel One martini, Joey was ready to take our dinner order.
I reminisced for a while over our drinks, and by the time Vie brought him his second Ketel One martini, Joey was ready to take our dinner order.
Joey ribaldry or toby pathos, the horse laugh or the weary smile, Joey cunning or toby helplessness, pure pantomime or a pista full of props, Joey knockabout or toby melancholy.
Aunt Bea and Opie, but I could make it tougher for Joey and his pal with the tie.
Joey Mirris was a tasteless brassy purveyor of blue material and smutty sight gags.
Joey had rigged the most humongous speakers they could find, powered by the largest amp on the market.
The Squid looked past Lo Manto, down the narrow hallway corridor to his right, at the slow-moving shadow of Joey Tugs McGraw gently easing his way into the living room.
Bahama Room, your host Joey Mirris, featuring for Our Big Summer Season, the haunting ballads of Sheilagh Morraine, and Chookie McCall and her Island Dancers.
Neither Joey Antoine nor Nectarine Savoy had shown up yet, but eventually Captain Russo had been located.
When old Joey and Pantaloon Bowels dug up Miss Ruth Palinode and we all stood round in the cold waiting for Sir Doberman to get his damned jars loaded I must say I started thinking about Pa Wilde.