"wad" meaning in All languages combined

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Noun [Dutch]

IPA: /ˈʋɑt/ Audio: Nl-wad.ogg Forms: wadden [plural], wadje [diminutive, neuter]
Rhymes: -ɑt Etymology: From Middle Dutch wat, from Old Dutch *wada, from Frankish *wad, from earlier wad (attested c. 108), from Proto-Germanic *wadą. Etymology templates: {{root|nl|ine-pro|*weh₂dʰ-}}, {{inh|nl|dum|wat}} Middle Dutch wat, {{inh|nl|odt|*wada}} Old Dutch *wada, {{inh|nl|frk|*wad}} Frankish *wad, {{inh|nl|gem-pro|*wadą}} Proto-Germanic *wadą Head templates: {{nl-noun|n|-en|wadje}} wad n (plural wadden, diminutive wadje n)
  1. wadeable, tidal mud flat Wikipedia link: nl:wad Tags: neuter Categories (place): Landforms Derived forms: Marker Wadden, waddeneiland, waddenkust, Waddenzee, wadlopen, wadzand

Noun [English]

IPA: /wɒd/ [Received-Pronunciation], /wɑd/ [General-American] Audio: en-us-wad.ogg [US] Forms: wads [plural]
enPR: wŏd Rhymes: -ɒd Etymology: Probably short for Middle English wadmal (“woolen cloth”), from Old Norse váðmál (“woolen stuff”), from váð (“cloth”) + mál (“measure”). See wadmal. Cognate with Swedish vadd (“wadding, cotton wool”), German Wat, Watte (“wad, padding, cotton wool”), Dutch lijnwaad, gewaad, watten (“cotton wool”), West Frisian waad, Old English wǣd (“garment, clothing”) (English: weed). More at weed, meal. Etymology templates: {{inh|en|enm|wadmal||woolen cloth}} Middle English wadmal (“woolen cloth”), {{der|en|non|váðmál||woolen stuff}} Old Norse váðmál (“woolen stuff”), {{cog|sv|vadd||wadding, cotton wool}} Swedish vadd (“wadding, cotton wool”), {{cog|de|Wat}} German Wat, {{cog|nl|lijnwaad}} Dutch lijnwaad, {{cog|fy|waad}} West Frisian waad, {{cog|ang|wǣd||garment, clothing}} Old English wǣd (“garment, clothing”) Head templates: {{en-noun}} wad (plural wads)
  1. An amorphous, compact mass. Translations (compact mass): prop (Dutch), tuppo (Finnish), tampon [masculine] (French), boule [feminine] (French), 固まり (katamari) (Japanese), комо́к (komók) [masculine] (Russian), montón (Spanish), tuss [common-gender] (Swedish), жмуток (žmutok) [masculine] (Ukrainian), шматок (šmatok) [masculine] (Ukrainian)
    Sense id: en-wad-en-noun-T9wjHYUU Disambiguation of 'compact mass': 94 3 3 0 1
  2. A substantial pile (normally of money). Translations (substantial pile (normally of money)): па́чка (páčka) [feminine] (Bulgarian), nippu (Finnish), tukku (Finnish), setelinippu (english: wad of cash) (Finnish), paquet [masculine] (French), liasse [feminine] (French), סְטֵפָה (stéfa) [feminine] (Hebrew), (taba) (Japanese), plik (banknotów) (Polish), па́чка (páčka) [feminine] (Russian), fajo [masculine] (Spanish), bunt [common-gender] (Swedish), пачка (pačka) [feminine] (Ukrainian)
    Sense id: en-wad-en-noun-d3TfjAiq Disambiguation of 'substantial pile (normally of money)': 2 96 2 0 1
  3. A soft plug or seal, particularly as used between the powder and pellets in a shotgun cartridge, or earlier on the charge of a muzzleloader or cannon. Synonyms: prop, valet Derived forms (charge plug): wad hook Translations (soft plug): герма (germa) (Chechen), prop (Dutch), tuppo (Finnish), bourre [feminine] (French), étoupin [masculine] (French), bouchon [masculine] (French), Vorladung [feminine] (German), Vorschlag [masculine] (German), Pfropfen [masculine] (German), przybitka [feminine] (Polish), flejtuch [masculine] (Polish), пыж (pyž) [masculine] (Russian), förladdning [common-gender] (Swedish), клейтух (klejtux) [masculine] (Ukrainian), пиж (pyž) [masculine] (Ukrainian)
    Sense id: en-wad-en-noun-138M1Zd4 Categories (other): English entries with language name categories using raw markup Disambiguation of English entries with language name categories using raw markup: 4 7 24 1 2 6 30 7 14 4 2 Disambiguation of 'charge plug': 0 0 100 0 0 Disambiguation of 'soft plug': 0 0 99 0 0
  4. (slang) A sandwich. Tags: slang Translations (slang: sandwich — see also sandwich): voikku (Finnish), macka [common-gender] (Swedish)
    Sense id: en-wad-en-noun-a55-qUh1 Disambiguation of 'slang: sandwich — see also sandwich': 2 5 26 60 8
  5. (slang, vulgar) An ejaculation of semen. Tags: slang, vulgar Synonyms (an ejaculation of semen): cumload, cumwad, load Derived forms (ejaculate): blow one's wad, shoot one's wad, cumwad Translations (ejaculate): изпразване (izprazvane) [neuter] (Bulgarian), mälli (Finnish), décharge [feminine] (French), Wichse [feminine] (German), sats [common-gender] (Swedish)
    Sense id: en-wad-en-noun-48ZK1dzS Disambiguation of 'an ejaculation of semen': 1 1 1 0 98 Disambiguation of 'ejaculate': 13 5 11 0 72 Disambiguation of 'ejaculate': 13 5 11 0 71
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Synonyms: wadde [obsolete] Derived forms: get one's panties in a wad, junk wad, mobile wad, oily-wad, spit wad
Etymology number: 1

Noun [English]

Forms: wads [plural]
Head templates: {{en-noun|~}} wad (countable and uncountable, plural wads)
  1. (dialect) Plumbago, graphite. Tags: countable, dialectal, uncountable
    Sense id: en-wad-en-noun-WX19u1nk
  2. (mineralogy) Any black manganese oxide or hydroxide mineral rich rock in the oxidized zone of various ore deposits. Tags: countable, uncountable Categories (topical): Mineralogy, Money
    Sense id: en-wad-en-noun-PdAV7BbZ Disambiguation of Money: 4 12 15 2 11 7 21 6 14 3 3 Categories (other): English entries with incorrect language header, English entries with language name categories using raw markup, English entries with topic categories using raw markup Disambiguation of English entries with incorrect language header: 3 4 23 0 2 5 32 7 18 3 2 Disambiguation of English entries with language name categories using raw markup: 4 7 24 1 2 6 30 7 14 4 2 Disambiguation of English entries with topic categories using raw markup: 4 6 19 0 2 6 37 7 14 4 2 Topics: chemistry, geography, geology, mineralogy, natural-sciences, physical-sciences
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Synonyms: wadd
Etymology number: 2

Verb [English]

IPA: /wɒd/ [Received-Pronunciation], /wɑd/ [General-American] Audio: en-us-wad.ogg [US] Forms: wads [present, singular, third-person], wadding [participle, present], wadded [participle, past], wadded [past]
enPR: wŏd Rhymes: -ɒd Etymology: Probably short for Middle English wadmal (“woolen cloth”), from Old Norse váðmál (“woolen stuff”), from váð (“cloth”) + mál (“measure”). See wadmal. Cognate with Swedish vadd (“wadding, cotton wool”), German Wat, Watte (“wad, padding, cotton wool”), Dutch lijnwaad, gewaad, watten (“cotton wool”), West Frisian waad, Old English wǣd (“garment, clothing”) (English: weed). More at weed, meal. Etymology templates: {{inh|en|enm|wadmal||woolen cloth}} Middle English wadmal (“woolen cloth”), {{der|en|non|váðmál||woolen stuff}} Old Norse váðmál (“woolen stuff”), {{cog|sv|vadd||wadding, cotton wool}} Swedish vadd (“wadding, cotton wool”), {{cog|de|Wat}} German Wat, {{cog|nl|lijnwaad}} Dutch lijnwaad, {{cog|fy|waad}} West Frisian waad, {{cog|ang|wǣd||garment, clothing}} Old English wǣd (“garment, clothing”) Head templates: {{en-verb}} wad (third-person singular simple present wads, present participle wadding, simple past and past participle wadded)
  1. To crumple or crush into a compact, amorphous shape or ball. Translations (to crumple or crush into a compact, amorphous shape or ball): смачквам на топка (smačkvam na topka) (Bulgarian), rypistää (Finnish), puristaa (Finnish), puristaa kokoon (Finnish), rouler en boule (French), capitonner (French), boucher (French), rembourrer (French), zerknüllen (German), مچاله کردن (močâle kardan) (Persian), комкать (komkatʹ) (Russian), скомкать (skomkatʹ) [imperfective] (Russian)
    Sense id: en-wad-en-verb-mjWfQmim Disambiguation of 'to crumple or crush into a compact, amorphous shape or ball': 93 2 5 1
  2. (Ulster) To wager. Tags: Ulster
    Sense id: en-wad-en-verb-oDHyZWKq Categories (other): Ulster English, English entries with language name categories using raw markup Disambiguation of English entries with language name categories using raw markup: 4 7 24 1 2 6 30 7 14 4 2
  3. To insert or force a wad into.
    Sense id: en-wad-en-verb--nSAkgYR
  4. To stuff or line with some soft substance, or wadding, like cotton.
    Sense id: en-wad-en-verb-CGzT7OvB
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Synonyms: wadde [obsolete]
Etymology number: 1

Noun [Iban]

IPA: /wad/
Etymology: Borrowed from English ward. Etymology templates: {{bor|iba|en|ward}} English ward Head templates: {{head|iba|noun}} wad
  1. ward
    Sense id: en-wad-iba-noun-lrj1dseI Categories (other): Iban entries with incorrect language header

Noun [Italian]

Etymology: Unadapted borrowing from English wad. Etymology templates: {{ubor|it|en|wad}} Unadapted borrowing from English wad Head templates: {{it-noun|m|#}} wad m (invariable)
  1. (mineralogy) wad (manganese ore) Wikipedia link: it:wad Tags: invariable, masculine Categories (topical): Mineralogy

Noun [Maranungku]

Head templates: {{head|zmr|noun}} wad
  1. go
    Sense id: en-wad-zmr-noun-TNDiGpoH Categories (other): Maranungku entries with incorrect language header

Noun [Old English]

IPA: /wɑːd/
Etymology: From Proto-West Germanic *waiʀd, from Proto-Germanic *waizdaz. Etymology templates: {{dercat|ang|gem-pro}}, {{inh|ang|gmw-pro|*waiʀd}} Proto-West Germanic *waiʀd, {{inh|ang|gem-pro|*waizdaz}} Proto-Germanic *waizdaz Head templates: {{head|ang|nouns|||||g=n|g2=|g3=|head=wād|sort=}} wād n, {{ang-noun|n|head=wād}} wād n Inflection templates: {{ang-decl-noun-a-n|wād}}, {{ang-decl-noun|wād|wād|wād|wād|wādes|wāda|wāde|wādum|num=|title=|type=strong a-stem}} Forms: wād [canonical, neuter], strong [table-tags], wād [nominative, singular], wād [nominative, plural], wād [accusative, singular], wād [accusative, plural], wādes [genitive, singular], wāda [genitive, plural], wāde [dative, singular], wādum [dative, plural]
  1. woad Synonyms: weard, *weald
    Sense id: en-wad-ang-noun-acnoA5rd Categories (other): Old English entries with incorrect language header

Noun [Polish]

IPA: /vat/
Rhymes: -at Head templates: {{head|pl|noun form|g=f}} wad f
  1. genitive plural of wada Tags: feminine, form-of, genitive, plural Form of: wada
    Sense id: en-wad-pl-noun-TwwfSS4J Categories (other): Polish entries with incorrect language header

Noun [Scots]

Forms: wads [plural]
Head templates: {{head|sco|noun|||plural|wads|||||cat2=|cat3=|head=}} wad (plural wads), {{sco-noun}} wad (plural wads)
  1. pledge, security Synonyms: wed
    Sense id: en-wad-sco-noun-prHrLtcL Categories (other): Scots entries with incorrect language header Disambiguation of Scots entries with incorrect language header: 72 28
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Etymology number: 2

Verb [Scots]

Etymology: From Old English wolde, past of willan. Etymology templates: {{inh|sco|ang|wolde}} Old English wolde Head templates: {{head|sco|verbs}} wad
  1. (South Scots) would Tags: South-Scots Derived forms: wad hae, wadna, ye'd
    Sense id: en-wad-sco-verb-xjI6IRcB Categories (other): South Scots
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Etymology number: 1

Noun [Yola]

IPA: /wad/
Etymology: Probably short for Middle English wadmal (“woolen cloth”). Etymology templates: {{inh|yol|enm|wadmal||woolen cloth}} Middle English wadmal (“woolen cloth”) Head templates: {{head|yol|noun}} wad
  1. wisp
    Sense id: en-wad-yol-noun-aH8hgeAQ Categories (other): Yola entries with incorrect language header

Inflected forms

Alternative forms

Download JSON data for wad meaning in All languages combined (32.7kB)

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          "code": "he",
          "lang": "Hebrew",
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          "word": "束"
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          "sense": "substantial pile (normally of money)",
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          "word": "bunt"
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          "lang": "Ukrainian",
          "roman": "pačka",
          "sense": "substantial pile (normally of money)",
          "tags": [
            "feminine"
          ],
          "word": "пачка"
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        [
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        [
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          "shotgun"
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          "cartridge"
        ],
        [
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          "word": "prop"
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        {
          "_dis1": "0 0 99 0 0",
          "code": "ce",
          "lang": "Chechen",
          "roman": "germa",
          "sense": "soft plug",
          "word": "герма"
        },
        {
          "_dis1": "0 0 99 0 0",
          "code": "nl",
          "lang": "Dutch",
          "sense": "soft plug",
          "word": "prop"
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  "lang_code": "en",
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    {
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        {
          "text": "She wadded up the scrap of paper and threw it in the trash."
        },
        {
          "ref": "1676, John Evelyn, A Philosophical Discourse of Earth, London: John Martyn, page 181",
          "text": "[…] if you lay any fearnbrakes or other trash about them to entertain the moisture, and skreen it from the heat, let it not be wadded so close, or suffer’d to lie so long, as to contract any mustiness, but rather loose and easie, that the Air may have free intercourse, and to break the more intense ardours of the scorching Sun-beams.",
          "type": "quotation"
        },
        {
          "ref": "1930, Dashiell Hammett, chapter 11, in The Maltese Falcon, New York: Alfred A. Knopf, page 122",
          "text": "She stood just inside the door, wadding a black-bordered hand-kerchief in her small gloved hands […]",
          "type": "quotation"
        },
        {
          "ref": "1957 May, Jim Thompson, Alfred Hitchcock's Suspense Magazine, page 10, column 1",
          "text": "Mitch wadded the note, and tossed it over the cliff.",
          "type": "quotation"
        },
        {
          "ref": "1969, Margaret Atwood, chapter 25, in The Edible Woman, New York: Popular Library, published 1976, page 228",
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        "To wager."
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        {
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        },
        {
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          "text": "Could you believe it possible that through such a night as this they choose to sleep under those wadded cotton coverlets, and dread not instantaneous asphixiation?",
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          "ref": "1871, George Eliot, Middlemarch, Book 2, Chapter 20",
          "text": "If we had a keen vision and feeling of all ordinary human life, it would be like hearing the grass grow and the squirrel’s heart beat, and we should die of that roar which lies on the other side of silence. As it is, the quickest of us walk about well wadded with stupidity.",
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      "word": "смачквам на топка"
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      "word": "rypistää"
    },
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      "word": "puristaa"
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      "word": "puristaa kokoon"
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      "word": "rouler en boule"
    },
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      "code": "fr",
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      "sense": "to crumple or crush into a compact, amorphous shape or ball",
      "word": "zerknüllen"
    },
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      "code": "fa",
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      "roman": "močâle kardan",
      "sense": "to crumple or crush into a compact, amorphous shape or ball",
      "word": "مچاله کردن"
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      "code": "ru",
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      "roman": "komkatʹ",
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      "word": "комкать"
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      "word": "скомкать"
    }
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        "cat2": "",
        "cat3": "",
        "head": ""
      },
      "expansion": "wad (plural wads)",
      "name": "head"
    },
    {
      "args": {},
      "expansion": "wad (plural wads)",
      "name": "sco-noun"
    }
  ],
  "lang": "Scots",
  "lang_code": "sco",
  "pos": "noun",
  "senses": [
    {
      "glosses": [
        "pledge, security"
      ],
      "links": [
        [
          "pledge",
          "pledge"
        ],
        [
          "security",
          "security"
        ]
      ]
    }
  ],
  "synonyms": [
    {
      "word": "wed"
    }
  ],
  "word": "wad"
}

{
  "etymology_templates": [
    {
      "args": {
        "1": "yol",
        "2": "enm",
        "3": "wadmal",
        "4": "",
        "5": "woolen cloth"
      },
      "expansion": "Middle English wadmal (“woolen cloth”)",
      "name": "inh"
    }
  ],
  "etymology_text": "Probably short for Middle English wadmal (“woolen cloth”).",
  "head_templates": [
    {
      "args": {
        "1": "yol",
        "2": "noun"
      },
      "expansion": "wad",
      "name": "head"
    }
  ],
  "lang": "Yola",
  "lang_code": "yol",
  "pos": "noun",
  "senses": [
    {
      "categories": [
        "Yola entries with incorrect language header",
        "Yola lemmas",
        "Yola nouns",
        "Yola terms derived from Middle English",
        "Yola terms inherited from Middle English",
        "Yola terms with IPA pronunciation"
      ],
      "glosses": [
        "wisp"
      ],
      "links": [
        [
          "wisp",
          "wisp"
        ]
      ]
    }
  ],
  "sounds": [
    {
      "ipa": "/wad/"
    }
  ],
  "word": "wad"
}

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