Just (adverb)

  1. Exactly, precisely.
  2. Very recently.
  3. Only a moment ago.
  4. Simply, only.
  5. Morally correct, fair.
  6. Used to indicate that a particular situation is happening and that there is no reason to be surprised or concerned.

Origin:

Middle english: from old french juste, from latin justus, from jus 'law, right'.

Examples:

  1. I just finished my homework.
  2. I saw her just a minute ago.
  3. I just want to be alone.
  4. I'm just trying to help.
  5. That's not just, it's unfair.
  6. It's just a small scratch.
Some random words: deduct, toward, fibula