Generic use for any female (as Sheila in Australian English), especially paired (since the 15th c., compare Ienken and Iulyan) with the male Jack. (proper-noun)
A young woman; a sweetheart; like the variant spelling Gill it was also associated with various assertive uses of the term flirt, as in flirtgigg (used by William Shakespeare for a 'woman of light or loose behavior'). (proper-noun)
A man's right hand; usually used in allusion to masturbation. (proper-noun)
A jillstrap: the female counterpart to a jockstrap. (proper-noun)
Examples of word Jill
MARY BETH CARROLL, JILL CARROLL'S MOTHER: Jill has always shown the highest respect for the Iraqi people and their customs.
JACKIE SPINNER, FRIEND OF HOSTAGE JILL CARROLL: I think any journalist in Iraq is nervous about exactly what's happened to Jill.
NATASHA TYNES, FRIEND OF JILL CARROLL: The e-mails that I want to share with you is just to show that Jill was extremely careful when she went to Iraq and she's not a reckless person and she was extremely careful and she knew what she was doing.
JIM CARROLL, JILL CARROLL'S FATHER: I want to speak directly to the men holding my daughter Jill because they may also be fathers like me.
JIM CARROLL, JILL CARROLL'S FATHER: Your story is one that can be told by Jill to the whole world.