Jericho

Jericho, an ancient city of Palestine, in the SW. of a plain of the same name that extends W. of the Jordan and NW. of the Dead Sea; it was the first city taken by the Israelites when they entered the Holy Land, the walls falling down before them after being compassed for seven days by the priests blowing on rams' horns and followed by the people.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Jeremiah * Jerome, Jerome Klapta
Jelf, Richard William
Jemappes
Jemindar
Jena
“Jenkins's Ear,”
Jenner, Edward
Jenner, Sir William
Jephthah
Jeremiad
Jeremiah
Jericho
Jerome, Jerome Klapta
Jerome, St.
Jerome of Prague
Jerrold, Douglas
Jersey
Jersey City
Jerusalem
Jerusalem, Kingdom of
Jerusalem Delivered
Jervis, Sir John

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Jericho in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

Links here from Chalmers

Croese, Gerard
Origen
Perino Del Vaga, Otherwise Pierino Buonaccorsi