It has become commonplace for Italian football fans to use the word “jax” to mean “jump”, but the Italian football association has a better answer: “j7”.

The word ” j7″ is pronounced “j-s-t-ee”, meaning “jump” in the language.

The association has issued a clarification on the issue, explaining that the Italian word for jump, “jiz”, is also pronounced as “jez”.

It means “jump in the air”, or “jump with the wind” in Italian.

If you are interested in the origin of this new word, the Associated Press has a video on its YouTube channel, explaining how the word came about.

See the full explanation below. AP article