Synonyms for Jambon:

n.

jambon (noun)
gammon, ham.

Other synonyms:

Other relevant words:
ham.

Usage examples for jambon

  1. Even pilgrims must eat and drink and sleep, and shortly after the chapel was built there rose up at its feet, in a sheltered nook, a little house, a chapel- of- ease in the sense that here was sold wine of the country, cheese of the district, and jambon reputed to come across the seas from distant " Yorck." – Faces and Places by Henry William Lucy
  2. They had no notion, not they, of admiring barren crags and precipices, where even the Lord would lose his way, as a coarse lubber decorated with stars and orders very ingeniously observed to me; nor could they form the least conception of any pleasure there was in climbing like a goat amongst the cliffs, and then diving into woods and recesses where the sun had never penetrated; where there were neither card- tables prepared nor sideboards garnished; no jambon de Mayence in waiting; no supply of pipes, nor any of the commonest delights, to be met with in the commonest taverns. – Dreams, Waking Thoughts, and Incidents by William Beckford