Sample of disambiguated categories (>1 candidate)

Sample of disambiguated categories (>1 candidate)

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Abortionbaby-killerEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see baby, killer. / An abortionist (all senses).derogatory slang
Abortionbaby-killerEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see baby, killer. / A pregnant woman who receives an abortion.derogatory slang
Abortionbaby-killerEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see baby, killer. / A Vietnam War veteran.dated derogatory slang
Abortionbaby-killerEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see baby, killer.
Administrative divisionsprovinsiIndonesiannounprovince: / an administrative subdivision of certain countries.government
Administrative divisionsprovinsiIndonesiannounprovince: / first-level administrative division in Indonesia with a gubernur as chief executive.government
Administrative divisionsunparishedEnglishadjNot designated as a parish (“an administrative part of a diocese that has its own church”).ChristianityBritain Ireland not-comparable
Administrative divisionsunparishedEnglishadjOf an area: not in a civil parish (“an administrative subdivision of a borough or local government district”), or not having a parish council or town council.England not-comparable
AerospacerakettiFinnishnounrocket
AerospacerakettiFinnishnounfireworkinformal
AfterlifehereafterEnglishadvIn time to come; in some future time or state.dated not-comparable
AfterlifehereafterEnglishadvFrom now on.not-comparable
AfterlifehereafterEnglishadvSequentially after this point (in time, in the writing constituting a document, in the movement along a path, etc.)not-comparable
AfterlifehereafterEnglishnounA future existence or state.countable uncommon uncountable
AfterlifehereafterEnglishnounExistence after death.countable poetic uncommon uncountable
AfterlifehereafterEnglishadjFuture.archaic not-comparable
Agavoideae subfamily plantscamasEnglishnounAny of the North American flowering plants of the genus Camassia.
Agavoideae subfamily plantscamasEnglishnounplural of camaform-of plural
AgeAchtzigerGermannounoctogenarianmasculine strong
AgeAchtzigerGermannounSynonym of Achtzigerjahremasculine strong
AgeܫܒܪܘܬܐClassical Syriacnounchildhood, infancy, youth
AgeܫܒܪܘܬܐClassical Syriacnounchildishness, silliness, folly
AgeܫܒܪܘܬܐClassical Syriacnounsimplicity, inexperience
AgeܫܒܪܘܬܐClassical Syriacnouninnocence
AircraftbomberEnglishnounA military aircraft designed to carry and drop bombs.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics war
AircraftbomberEnglishnounA person who sets bombs, especially as an act of terrorism.
AircraftbomberEnglishnounEllipsis of bomber jacket..business clothing fashion lifestyle manufacturing textilesabbreviation alt-of ellipsis
AircraftbomberEnglishnounA 22-ounce beer bottle.US slang
AircraftbomberEnglishnounShort for graffiti bomber.abbreviation alt-of
AircraftbomberEnglishnounA large cannabis cigarette.slang
AircraftbomberEnglishadjCompletely solid and secure, usually referring to some form of protective gear.climbing hobbies lifestyle sportsslang
Alcoholic beveragesperreMiddle Englishnounperryuncountable
Alcoholic beveragesperreMiddle EnglishnounValuable jewels or gemstones.uncountable
Alcoholic beveragesperreMiddle EnglishnounA valuable gemstone.rare uncountable
Alcoholic beveragesperreMiddle EnglishnounA jeweled container.rare uncountable
Alcoholic beveragestemboSwahilinounelephantclass-10 class-9
Alcoholic beveragestemboSwahilinounpalm wineclass-10 class-9
Alcoholic beveragesviiniFinnishnounwine (alcoholic drink made from grapes)
Alcoholic beveragesviiniFinnishnounwine (alcoholic drink made from fruit other than grapes; usually prefixed with the name of the fruit)
Alcoholic beveragesviiniFinnishnounvine (the plant Vitis vinifera, or another of the same genus; by extension of other climbing plants)
Alcoholic beveragesviiniFinnishnounquiver
Alcoholic beveragesølFaroesenounbeerneuter uncountable
Alcoholic beveragesølFaroesenounbeer (a bottle of beer)countable feminine
AlcoholismwinoEnglishnounA chronic or heavy drinker of cheap wine or other alcohol; a drunk or drunkard.derogatory
AlcoholismwinoEnglishnounA wine enthusiast; an oenophile.informal
AlcoholismwinoEnglishnounA hypothetical particle that is the superpartner of the W boson.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
AlliumschiveEnglishnounA perennial plant, Allium schoenoprasum, related to the onion.
AlliumschiveEnglishnounThe leaves of this plant used as a herb.in-plural
AlliumschiveEnglishnounThe style and stigma of a flower, especially saffron.obsolete
AlliumschiveEnglishnounThe spring onion; The green onion; the scallion.Trinidad-and-Tobago dialectal
AlliumschiveEnglishnounA knife.
AlliumschiveEnglishnounA file.
AlliumschiveEnglishnounA saw.
AlliumschiveEnglishverbTo stab.
AlliumschiveEnglishverbTo cut.
AlloysalloyEnglishnounA metal that is a combination of two or more elements, at least one of which is a metal, a base metal.countable uncountable
AlloysalloyEnglishnounA metal of lesser value, mixed with a metal of greater value.archaic countable uncountable
AlloysalloyEnglishnounAn admixture; something added which stains, taints etc.countable uncountable
AlloysalloyEnglishnounFusion, marriage, combination.countable figuratively uncountable
AlloysalloyEnglishverbTo mix or combine; often used of metals.
AlloysalloyEnglishverbTo reduce the purity of by mixing with a less valuable substance.
AlloysalloyEnglishverbTo impair or debase by mixture.figuratively
American Civil WarRebEnglishnameShortened form of Rebecca.
American Civil WarRebEnglishnounAbbreviation of Rebel.US abbreviation alt-of
AmphibianskatakMalaynounfrog (amphibian), toad.
AmphibianskatakMalaynoundefector: a politician who simply switches between different political parties.government politicsMalaysia derogatory slang
AmputationapotemnophiliaEnglishnounA psychological disorder characterized by the intense and long-standing desire for amputation of a specific limb.human-sciences psychology sciencesuncountable
AmputationapotemnophiliaEnglishnounA compulsion to become, or appear to be, an amputee.human-sciences psychology sciencesuncountable
Anarchismexistentialist anarchistEnglishadjof, supporting, relating to, or advocating existentialist anarchismeconomics government politics science sciencesnot-comparable
Anarchismexistentialist anarchistEnglishnouna person who advocates existentialist anarchismeconomics government politics science sciences
AnarchismmutualistEnglishadjOf, supporting, pertaining to, or advocating mutualism
AnarchismmutualistEnglishadjsymbioticbiology natural-sciences
AnarchismmutualistEnglishnounAny organism in a symbiotic relationbiology natural-sciences
AnarchismmutualistEnglishnounA person who advocates mutualismgovernment politics
AnatomyeygaFaroesenouneyeneuter
AnatomyeygaFaroesenounviewneuter
AnatomyeygaFaroesenounfaceneuter plural plural-only
AnatomyeygaFaroesenounstitchneuter
AnatomyeygaFaroesenounsmall hollow in a cliffneuter
AnatomywithersEnglishnounThe part of the back of a four-legged animal that is between the shoulder blades; in many species the highest point of the body and the standard place to measure the animal's height.plural plural-normally
AnatomywithersEnglishverbthird-person singular simple present indicative of witherform-of indicative present singular third-person
AnatomyемшекKazakhnounbreast, bosom
AnatomyемшекKazakhnounnipple
AnatomyкӏэAdyghenountail
AnatomyкӏэAdyghenounseed
AnatomyкӏэAdyghenoun(vulgar, slang) dick (penis)Kfar-Kama dialectal
AnatomyкӏэAdygheadjnew, fresh
AnatomyкӏэAdygheadjmodern
AnatomyկուրծքArmeniannounbreast; bosom; tit; bust
AnatomyկուրծքArmeniannounchest
Ancient AfricaNumidianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Numidia or its inhabitants.
Ancient AfricaNumidianEnglishnounan inhabitant of Numidia
Ancient AfricaNumidianEnglishnamea variety of Berber spoken by the people of Numidia
Ancient EgyptankhEnglishnounA cross shaped like a T with a loop at the top, the Egyptian hieroglyph representing the Egyptian triliteral ꜥnḫ (“life”) and often used as an amulet or charm for this concept.
Ancient EgyptankhEnglishnounA tau cross.
Angerin high dudgeonEnglishadjIndignant and enraged.not-comparable
Angerin high dudgeonEnglishprep_phraseResentfully or furiously, with indignation or pomposity.idiomatic
Animal body partsfetlockEnglishnounA joint of the horse's leg below the knee or hock and above the hoof.
Animal body partsfetlockEnglishnounThe tuft of hair that grows at this joint.
Animal body partsnebEnglishnounA bird's beak or bill.dialectal
Animal body partsnebEnglishnounA person's mouth.obsolete
Animal body partsnebEnglishnounA person's nose.dialectal
Animal body partsnebEnglishnounThe peak of a flat cap.dialectal
Animal body partsnebEnglishnounThe nose or snout of an animal, now especially of a fish.dialectal
Animal body partsnebEnglishnounA projecting extremity; a point or sharp projection.dialectal
Animal body partsnebEnglishnounA nib, as of a pen.dialectal
Animal body partstalounMiddle EnglishnounA talon; a hooked claw.Late-Middle-English
Animal body partstalounMiddle EnglishnounThe back claw of a bird of prey.Late-Middle-English specifically
Animal body partstalounMiddle EnglishnounThe heel or rear of a foot.Late-Middle-English
Animal dwellingsnidusLatinnounnestdeclension-2
Animal dwellingsnidusLatinnoundwelling for animalsdeclension-2
Animal soundswhynenMiddle EnglishverbTo cry out in distress or sadness; to make sad sounds.
Animal soundswhynenMiddle EnglishverbTo make or imitate the sounds of animals.
AnimalsfawnenMiddle EnglishverbTo express affection (e.g. a dog wagging its tail).of animals
AnimalsfawnenMiddle EnglishverbTo express affection towards (someone).of animals
AnimalsfawnenMiddle EnglishverbTo fawn; to seek favour through flattery.
AnimalsfawnenMiddle EnglishverbTo stroke (a pet)rare
AnimalsfawnyngeMiddle Englishverbpresent participle of fawnenform-of participle present
AnimalsfawnyngeMiddle EnglishnounThe wagging of a dog's tail or a similar display of animal affection.
AnimalsfawnyngeMiddle EnglishnounThe seeking of favour by way of flattery; flattering, fawning.
AnimalstikeqqammeqGreenlandicnounnewcomer
AnimalstikeqqammeqGreenlandicnounbird or seal who has just come, signifying the onset of spring
AntelopespaaSwahilinounduiker (gazelle)class-10 class-9
AntelopespaaSwahilinounroofclass-5 class-6
AntelopespaaSwahiliverbto scrape
AntelopespaaSwahiliverbto raise, to ascend
Antilopine antelopesTommieEnglishnameA male given name
Antilopine antelopesTommieEnglishnameA female given name
Antilopine antelopesTommieEnglishnounThomson's gazelleinformal
Anuransgreen tree frogEnglishnounA species of pelodryadine hylid frog, Ranoidea caerulea, of Australia and New Guinea.Australia
Anuransgreen tree frogEnglishnounA species of hyline hylid frog, Dryophytes cinereus, of southern and eastern USA.US
AphidsaphidianEnglishadjLike an aphid.not-comparable
AphidsaphidianEnglishnounA member of genus Aphidoidea.
AppearancebenigneMiddle Englishadjkind, gentle, mild
AppearancebenigneMiddle Englishadjfriendly-looking
AppearancebenigneMiddle Englishadjhumane, fair (of laws or actions)
AppearancefairEnglishadjBeautiful, of a pleasing appearance, with a pure and fresh quality.archaic literary
AppearancefairEnglishadjUnblemished (figuratively or literally); clean and pure; innocent.
AppearancefairEnglishadjLight in color, pale, particularly with regard to skin tone but also referring to blond hair.
AppearancefairEnglishadjJust, equitable.
AppearancefairEnglishadjAdequate, reasonable, or decent, but not excellent.
AppearancefairEnglishadjFavorable to a ship's course.nautical transportof a wind
AppearancefairEnglishadjFavorable, pleasant. / Not overcast; cloudless; clear.
AppearancefairEnglishadjFavorable, pleasant. / Free from obstacles or hindrances; unobstructed; unencumbered; open; direct; said of a road, passage, etc.
AppearancefairEnglishadjFavorable, pleasant.
AppearancefairEnglishadjWithout sudden change of direction or curvature; smooth; flowing; said of the figure of a vessel, and of surfaces, water lines, and other lines.business manufacturing shipbuilding
AppearancefairEnglishadjBetween the baselines.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
AppearancefairEnglishadjTaken direct from an opponent's foot, without the ball touching the ground or another player.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle rugby sportsof a catch
AppearancefairEnglishadjNot a no ball.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsof a ball delivered by the bowler
AppearancefairEnglishadjOf a coin or die, having equal chance of landing on any side, unbiased.mathematics sciences statistics
AppearancefairEnglishnounSomething which is fair (in various senses of the adjective).
AppearancefairEnglishnounA woman, a member of the ‘fair sex’; also as a collective singular, women.obsolete
AppearancefairEnglishnounFairness, beauty.obsolete
AppearancefairEnglishnounA fair woman; a sweetheart.
AppearancefairEnglishnounGood fortune; good luck.obsolete
AppearancefairEnglishverbTo smoothen or even a surface (especially a connection or junction on a surface).transitive
AppearancefairEnglishverbTo bring into perfect alignment (especially about rivet holes when connecting structural members).transitive
AppearancefairEnglishverbTo make an animation smooth, removing any jerkiness.art artstransitive
AppearancefairEnglishverbTo construct or design with the aim of producing a smooth outline or reducing air drag or water resistance.transitive
AppearancefairEnglishverbTo make fair or beautiful.obsolete transitive
AppearancefairEnglishadvClearly, openly, frankly, civilly, honestly, favorably, auspiciously, agreeably.
AppearancefairEnglishnounA community gathering to celebrate and exhibit local achievements.
AppearancefairEnglishnounAn event for public entertainment and trade, a market.
AppearancefairEnglishnounAn event for professionals in a trade to learn of new products and do business, a trade fair.
AppearancefairEnglishnounA travelling amusement park (called a funfair in British English and a (travelling) carnival in US English).
AppearancemeryMiddle EnglishadjHappy, joyful, pleased; in a good mood or state of mind: / Tending to be happy; jovial, merry, good-natured, blissful.
AppearancemeryMiddle EnglishadjHappy, joyful, pleased; in a good mood or state of mind: / Creating or pertaining to happiness; nice, good, delightful.
AppearancemeryMiddle EnglishadjHappy, joyful, pleased; in a good mood or state of mind: / Happy, nice, good, bounteous.of a time or place
AppearancemeryMiddle EnglishadjHappy, joyful, pleased; in a good mood or state of mind: / Useful, entertaining, appealing.of speech or sound
AppearancemeryMiddle EnglishadjAttractive, good-looking; pleasing to one's eyes.
AppearancemeryMiddle EnglishadjHaving a good, nice or pleasing scent or smell.
AppearancemeryMiddle EnglishadjPowerful, mighty, tough; having much strength.
AppearancemeryMiddle EnglishadjFull of humor (due to drink).rare
AppearancemeryMiddle EnglishadjActive, fast, vigorous.rare
AppearancemeryMiddle EnglishadjIntelligent, smart, learned.rare
AppearancemeryMiddle EnglishadvMerrily, gladly, jovially; in a happy or merry way.
AppearancemeryMiddle EnglishadvPleasingly, delightfully; in a way causing happiness.
AppearancemeryMiddle EnglishadvAttractively, nicely.rare
AppearancemeryMiddle EnglishadvWithout strength or harshness.rare
AppearancevoluptuousEnglishadjCharacterized or marked by full, generous, pleasurable sensation.
AppearancevoluptuousEnglishadjCurvaceous and sexually attractive.of a woman
Apple Inc.SwiftEnglishnameA surname transferred from the nickname, originally a nickname for a swift or quick person.
Apple Inc.SwiftEnglishnameA general-purpose multi-paradigm compiled programming language introduced by Apple Inc. in 2014.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
Apple Inc.SwiftEnglishnameAlternative letter-case form of SWIFT (“Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication”)business financealt-of
Apple Inc.SwiftEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in DuPage County, Illinois, United States.
Apple Inc.SwiftEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Roseau County, Minnesota, United States.
Apple Inc.SwiftEnglishnameAn extinct town in Pemiscot County, Missouri, United States.
Apple Inc.SwiftEnglishnameA minor river in Leicestershire and Warwickshire, England, which joins the (Warwickshire) Avon north of Rugby.
ArabicArabistEnglishnounA scholar who studies Arab or Arabic culture, politics, or language.anthropology human-sciences linguistics sciences
ArabicArabistEnglishnounOne who followed the Arabic system of medicine or (more broadly) scholarship.historical
ArabicArabistEnglishnounOne that wants to spread Arabic culture; an Arab nationalist.government politics
ArabicArabistEnglishadjPertaining to Arabism; medieval Arabic scholarship.
ArabicArabistEnglishadjPertaining to the study of Arabic language or culture.
ArabicArabistEnglishadjPertaining to Arab nationalism; promoting Arab interests.
Arabic fictionAli BabaEnglishnameThe fictional protagonist of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, famous for his encounter with forty thieves and their treasure trove cave that opens on the command "open sesame".
Arabic fictionAli BabaEnglishnounAn extremely lucky person, especially one who acquires a large fortune by luck or by chance.slang
Arabic fictionAli BabaEnglishnounAn Iraqi.government military politics warUS ethnic slang slur
Arabic fictionAli BabaEnglishnounA large container, such as a jar or a basket, with a flat base and usually a rounded body that tapers to a narrower neck.attributive
Arabic letter nameshehEnglishnounThe fifth letter of many Semitic alphabets (Phoenician, Aramaic, Hebrew, Syriac, Arabic and others).
Arabic letter nameshehEnglishintjWeak amusement, sometimes signaling boredom.onomatopoeic
Arabic letter nameshehEnglishintjAlternative form of eh (“tag question”)alt-of alternative
Arabic numeral symbolsشArabiccharacterThe thirteenth letter of the Arabic alphabet. It is preceded by س (s) and followed by ص (ṣ).letter
Arabic numeral symbolsشArabicsymbolThe twenty-first letter in traditional abjad order, which is used in place of numerals for list numbering (abjad numerals). It is preceded by ر (r) and followed by ت (t).
Architectural elementssettEnglishnounThe system of tunnels that is the home of a badger.
Architectural elementssettEnglishnounThe pattern of distinctive threads and yarns that make up the plaid of a Scottish tartan.
Architectural elementssettEnglishnounThe number of warp ends per inch in the cloth.business manufacturing textiles weaving
Architectural elementssettEnglishnounThe number of reeds or splits per inch – one half the number of ends per inch.business manufacturing textiles weavingEngland
Architectural elementssettEnglishnounA small, square-cut piece of quarried stone used for paving and edging.
Architectural elementssettEnglishverbObsolete spelling of set (particularly as a simple past and past participle)alt-of obsolete
ArchitecturedockEnglishnounAny of the genus Rumex of coarse weedy plants with small green flowers related to buckwheat, especially bitter dock (Rumex obtusifolius), and used as potherbs and in folk medicine, especially in curing nettle rash.countable uncountable
ArchitecturedockEnglishnounA burdock plant, or the leaves of that plant.countable uncountable
ArchitecturedockEnglishnounThe fleshy root of an animal's tail.
ArchitecturedockEnglishnounThe part of the tail which remains after the tail has been docked.
ArchitecturedockEnglishnounThe buttocks or anus.obsolete
ArchitecturedockEnglishnounA leather case to cover the clipped or cut tail of a horse.
ArchitecturedockEnglishverbTo cut off a section of an animal's tail, to practise a caudectomy.transitive
ArchitecturedockEnglishverbTo reduce (wages); to deduct from.transitive
ArchitecturedockEnglishverbTo reduce the wages of (a person).informal transitive
ArchitecturedockEnglishverbTo cut off, bar, or destroy.transitive
ArchitecturedockEnglishnounA fixed structure attached to shore to which a vessel is secured when in port.nautical transport
ArchitecturedockEnglishnounA structure attached to shore for loading and unloading vessels.
ArchitecturedockEnglishnounThe body of water between two piers.
ArchitecturedockEnglishnounThe place of arrival and departure of a train in a railway station.
ArchitecturedockEnglishnounA section of a hotel or restaurant.
ArchitecturedockEnglishnounA device designed as a base for holding a connected portable appliance such as a laptop computer (in this case, referred to as a docking station), or a mobile telephone, for providing the necessary electrical charge for its autonomy, or as a hardware extension for additional capabilities.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
ArchitecturedockEnglishnounA toolbar that provides the user with a way of launching applications, and switching between running applications.computing engineering graphical-user-interface mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
ArchitecturedockEnglishnounAn act of docking; joining two things together.
ArchitecturedockEnglishnounShort for scene-dock.entertainment lifestyle theaterabbreviation alt-of
ArchitecturedockEnglishverbTo land at a harbour.intransitive
ArchitecturedockEnglishverbTo join two moving items.
ArchitecturedockEnglishverbTo move a spaceship into its dock/berth under its own power.aerospace astronautics business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
ArchitecturedockEnglishverbTo engage in the sexual practice of docking (where the tip of one participant's penis is inserted into the foreskin of the other participant).lifestyle sex sexualityintransitive
ArchitecturedockEnglishverbTo drag a user interface element (such as a toolbar) to a position on screen where it snaps into place.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
ArchitecturedockEnglishverbTo place (an electronic device) in its dock.transitive
ArchitecturedockEnglishnounPart of a courtroom where the accused sits.law
ArchitecturedockEnglishverbTo pierce with holes, as pricking pastry or dough with a fork to prevent excessive rising in the oven.cooking food lifestyle
ArchitecturedomOld Irishpronfirst-person singular of do: to/for mefirst-person form-of singular
ArchitecturedomOld Irishdetto/for mytriggers-lenition
ArchitecturedomOld Irishnounhome
ArchitecturedomOld Irishnounhouse
ArchitecturetablementMiddle EnglishnounA level portion of a building.rare
ArchitecturetablementMiddle EnglishnounA reredos.rare
ArmeniaarmēnisLatviannounan Armenian man, a man born in Armenia or of Armenian descentdeclension-2 masculine
ArmeniaarmēnisLatviannounArmenian; pertaining to Armenia and its peopledeclension-2 genitive masculine plural
ArmorgloveMiddle EnglishnounA glove or gauntlet (hand covering)
ArmorgloveMiddle EnglishnounA glove as a token of feudal allegiance.
ArmorgloveMiddle EnglishnounA glove or gauntlet in various symbolic uses: / Signifying assent, agreement, or the marital compact.
ArmorgloveMiddle EnglishnounA glove or gauntlet in various symbolic uses: / Signifying entry into combat.
ArmorgloveMiddle EnglishnounA glove or gauntlet in various symbolic uses: / Signifying worthlessness or unimportance.
ArmorharamakiEnglishnounA piece of armor worn over the torso by samurai infantry, fastened by cords in the back.
ArmorharamakiEnglishnounA bellyband: a band of cloth worn around the abdomen to preserve stomach qi and boost circulation.fashion lifestyle
Artemisiasblack sageEnglishnounAny member of the species Salvia mellifera of aromatic sage native to California, which are an important nectar source for sage honey.California uncountable usually
Artemisiasblack sageEnglishnounWooly bluecurls (Trichostema lanatum)uncountable usually
Artemisiasblack sageEnglishnounWild sage (Cordia spp.), especially Cordia curassavica (syn. Cordia macrostachya)uncountable usually
Artemisiasblack sageEnglishnounCertain sagebrushes (Artemisia arbuscula and Artemisia tridentata)uncountable usually
ArthropodstaranteliFinnishnountarantula, tarantula wolf spider, Lycosa tarantula (large, mildly venomous spider found in southern Europe, especially in southern Italy)
ArthropodstaranteliFinnishnounSynonym of lintuhämähäkki (“tarantula”) (any of the large, often hairy spiders in the New World family Theraphosidae).colloquial
Artificial languagesLojbanEnglishnameAn artificial language created by Logical Language Group designed to be logical, based on the earlier Loglan.
Artificial languagesLojbanEnglishadjOf or relating to Lojban.
ArtillerysalvoEnglishnounAn exception; a reservation; an excuse.
ArtillerysalvoEnglishnounA concentrated fire from pieces of artillery, as in endeavoring to make a break in a fortification; a volley.government military politics war
ArtillerysalvoEnglishnounA salute paid by a simultaneous, or nearly simultaneous, firing of a number of cannon.
ArtillerysalvoEnglishnounAny volley, as in an argument or debate.broadly
ArtillerysalvoEnglishnounThe combined cheers of a crowd.
ArtillerysalvoEnglishverbTo discharge weapons in a salvo.intransitive transitive
ArtistsHogarthEnglishnameA surname.
ArtistsHogarthEnglishnameWilliam Hogarth, English painter.
ArtistsHogarthEnglishnounA painting by William Hogarth.informal
AsiaEast IndiesEnglishnameSoutheast Asia, especially Island Southeast Asia or Indonesia, but also including India, Indochina, Malaya and the Malay Archipelago, from the Philippines to Indonesia.plural plural-only
AsiaEast IndiesEnglishnounplural of East Indieform-of plural
AstacideanscrayEnglishnounA crayfish or lobster.
AstacideanscrayEnglishadjCrazy.slang
Astacideansmarbled crayfishEnglishnounProcambarus virginalis; an all-female species of crayfish that reproduces without sex.uncountable
Astacideansmarbled crayfishEnglishnounAn individual of the species.countable
Asterales order plantsalulaEnglishnounA small projection of three or four feathers on the first digit of the wing on some birds.biology natural-sciences ornithology
Asterales order plantsalulaEnglishnounA flower, a species of Hawaiian lobelioid
AstrologyKaksosetFinnishnameGemini (constellation)plural
AstrologyKaksosetFinnishnameGemini (astrological sign)plural
AstronomyEuropaSwedishnameEurope, the westernmost part of the Eurasian continent, north of Africa and west of Asianeuter
AstronomyEuropaSwedishnameEuropa (goddess)common-gender
AstronomyEuropaSwedishnameEuropa, a moon of Jupitercommon-gender
AstronomyastralEnglishadjRelating to or resembling the stars; starry.
AstronomyastralEnglishadjRelating to an aster.biology natural-sciences
AstronomyastralEnglishadjRelating to a supposed supersensible substance taking the form of an aura discernible by certain gifted individuals.parapsychology pseudoscience
AstronomyastralEnglishnounA supernatural being from the astral plane.parapsychology pseudoscience
AstronomyvesperugoLatinnounevening stardeclension-3
AstronomyvesperugoLatinnounbatdeclension-3
AstronomyգունդOld Armeniannounspherical object, sphere, globe
AstronomyգունդOld Armeniannounarch of heaven, vault
AstronomyգունդOld Armeniannouncelestial body, heavenly body, orb
AstronomyգունդOld Armeniannounthe spherical section of the lamp into which the oil is poured
AstronomyգունդOld Armeniannounsounding line, plummet
AstronomyգունդOld Armeniannounwheel
AstronomyգունդOld Armeniannounhuman head
AstronomyգունդOld Armeniannoungroup, assemblage, troop (of bees, men, angels but especially of soldiers)
AstronomyգունդOld Armeniannounmilitary theme, military province
AthleticsSpeerwurfGermannounthe javelin throw (track-and-field event)uncountable
AthleticsSpeerwurfGermannouna throw of the javelin (instance of throwing a javelin)countable
AutomobilesflatbedEnglishnounAn open freight vehicle with no sides, designed to carry heavy or outsized loads.
AutomobilesflatbedEnglishnounA railway freight car with no sides; a flatcar.
AutomobilesflatbedEnglishnounA document scanner with a flat bed.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
AutomobilesflatbedEnglishadjHaving a flat bed.not-comparable
AutomobilesflatbedEnglishverbTo transport by flatbed.
AutomobileskauppakassiFinnishnounshopping bag
AutomobileskauppakassiFinnishnounsmall city car, typically from the A-segment categorycolloquial
BabiesbibEnglishnounAn item of clothing for people (especially babies) tied around their neck to protect their clothes from getting dirty when eating.
BabiesbibEnglishnounSimilar items of clothing such as the Chinese dudou and Vietnamese yem.
BabiesbibEnglishnounA rectangular piece of material, carrying a bib number, worn as identification by entrants in a race.hobbies lifestyle sports
BabiesbibEnglishnounA colourful polyester or plastic vest worn over one's clothes, usually to mark one's team during group activities.hobbies lifestyle sports
BabiesbibEnglishnounThe upper part of an apron or overalls.
BabiesbibEnglishnounEllipsis of bib short.cycling hobbies lifestyle sportsabbreviation alt-of ellipsis
BabiesbibEnglishnounA patch of colour around an animal's upper breast and throat.
BabiesbibEnglishnounA north Atlantic fish (Trisopterus luscus), allied to the cod.
BabiesbibEnglishnounA bibb (bibcock).
BabiesbibEnglishverbTo dress (somebody) in a bib.transitive
BabiesbibEnglishverbTo drink heartily; to tipple.archaic intransitive
BabiesbibEnglishverbTo beep (e.g. a car horn).informal
Baby animalslambEnglishnounA young sheep.countable uncountable
Baby animalslambEnglishnounThe flesh of a lamb or sheep used as food.uncountable
Baby animalslambEnglishnounA person who is meek, docile and easily led.countable figuratively uncountable
Baby animalslambEnglishnounLambskin.countable uncountable
Baby animalslambEnglishnounA simple, unsophisticated person.countable uncountable
Baby animalslambEnglishnounOne who ignorantly speculates on the stock exchange and is victimized.business financecountable slang uncountable
Baby animalslambEnglishnounA fan of American singer, songwriter, actress, and record producer Mariah Carey (born 1969).countable slang uncountable
Baby animalslambEnglishverbOf a sheep, to give birth.intransitive
Baby animalslambEnglishverbTo assist (sheep) to give birth.intransitive transitive
Baby animalsܦܐܪܐClassical Syriacnounfruit
Baby animalsܦܐܪܐClassical Syriacnounoffspring, childfiguratively
Baby animalsܦܐܪܐClassical Syriacnounincome, revenuebusiness finance
Baby animalsܦܐܪܐClassical Syriacnounknot (swelling in flesh)
Baby animalsܦܐܪܐClassical Syriacnouneffect, consequence
Baby animalsܦܐܪܐClassical Syriacnounlamb
BagsbattaHausanounleather pouch (e.g., for tobacco)
BagsbattaHausanounsmall metal container (e.g., of tiger balm)
BagsranselDutchnounsatchel (type of rectangular backpack)masculine
BagsranselDutchnounbeating, usually in the combination pak ransel, a 'load' of licksmasculine uncountable
BagsreticuleEnglishnounA reticle; a grid in the eyepiece of an instrument.
BagsreticuleEnglishnounA small women's bag made of a woven net-like material.
BagsshakullAlbaniannounleather bag for keeping dairy, oil, grains, etc.masculine
BagsshakullAlbaniannounforge blowermasculine
BagsshakullAlbaniannounsmall twistermasculine
BagsuterLatinadj"Which?" (of two)adjective declension-1 declension-2 interrogative pronominal
BagsuterLatinadjwhichever (of two)adjective declension-1 declension-2 pronominal relative
BagsuterLatinadjeitheradjective declension-1 declension-2 indefinite pronominal
BagsuterLatinadjbothadjective declension-1 declension-2 pronominal
BagsuterLatinnounwine or water skin or bottledeclension-3 masculine
BagsuterLatinnounbag made of hide (inflated for flotation)declension-3 masculine
BathingfootbathEnglishnounThe act of soaking or washing the feet.
BathingfootbathEnglishnounA small basin or bath designed for soaking or washing the feet.
BathingfootbathEnglishnounA liquid mixture, often medicinal, for soaking or washing the feet with.
BeddingsheetEnglishnounA thin bed cloth used as a covering for a mattress or as a layer over the sleeper.
BeddingsheetEnglishnounA piece of paper, usually rectangular, that has been prepared for writing, artwork, drafting, wrapping, manufacture of packaging (boxes, envelopes, etc.), and for other uses. The word does not include scraps and irregular small pieces destined to be recycled, used for stuffing or cushioning or paper mache, etc. In modern books, each sheet of paper is typically folded in half, to produce two leaves and four pages. In the absence of folding, "leaf" and "sheet" are equivalent.
BeddingsheetEnglishnounA flat metal pan, often without raised edge, used for baking.
BeddingsheetEnglishnounA thin, flat layer of solid material.
BeddingsheetEnglishnounA broad, flat expanse of a material on a surface.
BeddingsheetEnglishnounA line (rope) used to adjust the trim of a sail.nautical transport
BeddingsheetEnglishnounA sail.nautical transportnonstandard
BeddingsheetEnglishnounThe area of ice on which the game of curling is played.ball-games curling games hobbies lifestyle sports
BeddingsheetEnglishnounA layer of veneer.nonstandard
BeddingsheetEnglishnounPrecipitation of such quantity and force as to resemble a thin, virtually solid wall.figuratively
BeddingsheetEnglishnounAn extensive bed of an eruptive rock intruded between, or overlying, other strata.geography geology natural-sciences
BeddingsheetEnglishnounThe space in the forward or after part of a boat where there are no rowers.nautical transport
BeddingsheetEnglishnounA distinct level or stage within a game.video-gamesdated
BeddingsheetEnglishverbTo cover or wrap with cloth, or paper, or other similar material.transitive
BeddingsheetEnglishverbTo form into sheets.transitive
BeddingsheetEnglishverbOf rain, or other precipitation, to pour heavily.intransitive
BeddingsheetEnglishverbTo trim a sail using a sheet.nautical transport
BeerstarkölSwedishnounbeer, with alcohol content exceeding 3.5% by volume; a kind or brand of such beer ncommon-gender neuter
BeerstarkölSwedishnouna glass or bottle of such beer ccommon-gender neuter
BeeskuhnuriFinnishnoundrone (male bee or wasp)
BeeskuhnuriFinnishnounlaggard
Beloniform fishsea needleEnglishnounThe garfish.dated
Beloniform fishsea needleEnglishnounThe pipefish
Beloniform fishvoladorEnglishnounA flying fish of California (Cheilopogon pinnatibarbatus californicus).
Beloniform fishvoladorEnglishnounA flying gurnard (Dactylopterus volitans).
BerriessaskatoonEnglishnounA shrub inhabiting western North America (Amelanchier alnifolia).Canadian-Prairies
BerriessaskatoonEnglishnounThe edible berry of this shrub.Canadian-Prairies
BettingwagerEnglishnounA bet; a stake; a pledge.
BettingwagerEnglishnounThe subject of a bet.
BettingwagerEnglishnounA contract by which two parties or more agree that a certain sum of money, or other thing, shall be paid or delivered to one of them, on the happening or not happening of an uncertain event.law
BettingwagerEnglishnounAn offer to make oath.law
BettingwagerEnglishverbTo bet something; to put it up as collateral.transitive
BettingwagerEnglishverbTo suppose; to dare say.figuratively intransitive
BettingwagerEnglishnounAgent noun of wage; one who wages.agent form-of
Biblical charactersIevaLatviannameEve (biblical character)declension-4 feminine
Biblical charactersIevaLatviannamea female given namedeclension-4 feminine
Biblical charactersJohnMiddle Englishnamea male given name from Hebrew, equivalent to English John
Biblical charactersJohnMiddle Englishnamea patrynomic surname transferred from the given name
Biblical charactersJohnMiddle EnglishnameAn appellation for a generic individual, especially of lower social standing.
Biblical charactersJohnMiddle EnglishnameAn appellation for a priest.
Biblical charactersJohnMiddle EnglishnameJohn the Baptist or John the Apostle/John the Evangelist (biblical figures)
Biblical charactersKeziaEnglishnameThe second of the three daughters of Job.
Biblical charactersKeziaEnglishnameA female given name from Hebrew.
Biblical charactersMartaIcelandicnameMartha (biblical character)feminine
Biblical charactersMartaIcelandicnamea female given namefeminine
Biblical charactersNebuchadnezzarEnglishnameA ruler of Babylon in the Chaldean Dynasty who reigned c. 605 B.C.E. – 562 B.C.E.. According to the Bible, he conquered Judah and Jerusalem, and sent the Israelites into exile.
Biblical charactersNebuchadnezzarEnglishnounA very large wine bottle (named after the King) with the capacity of about 15 liters, equivalent to 20 standard bottles.
Biblical charactersRutSwedishnameRuth (biblical character).common-gender
Biblical charactersRutSwedishnamea female given namecommon-gender
Biblical charactersRuttEstoniannameRuth (Biblical figure)
Biblical charactersRuttEstoniannamea female given name of biblical origin
Biblical charactersThomasEnglishnounAn infidel or doubter.derogatory
Biblical charactersThomasEnglishnameAn Apostle, best remembered for doubting the resurrection of Jesus.countable uncountable
Biblical charactersThomasEnglishnameA male given name from Aramaic of biblical origin, popular since the 13th century.countable uncountable
Biblical charactersThomasEnglishnameA common surname originating as a patronymic.countable uncountable
Biblical charactersThomasEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Bureau County, Illinois.countable uncountable
Biblical charactersThomasEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Daviess County, Indiana.countable uncountable
Biblical charactersThomasEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A city in Custer County, Oklahoma.countable uncountable
Biblical charactersThomasEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A ghost town in Linn County, Oregon.countable uncountable
Biblical charactersThomasEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Hamlin County, South Dakota.countable uncountable
Biblical charactersThomasEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Buchanan County, Virginia.countable uncountable
Biblical charactersThomasEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A former community in King County, Washington.countable uncountable
Biblical charactersThomasEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A minor city in Tucker County, West Virginia.countable uncountable
Biblical charactersThomasEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A number of townships in the United States, listed under Thomas Township.countable uncountable
Biblical charactersZachariasEnglishnameAlternative form of Zechariahalt-of alternative
Biblical charactersZachariasEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew.
Biblical charactersZebulEnglishnameAn officer of Abimelech. (biblical character)
Biblical charactersZebulEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew.rare
BiologyᱪᱳᱞᱚSantalinounbody
BiologyᱪᱳᱞᱚSantalinounlife
Birch family plantsyoke elmEnglishnounA European hornbeam (Carpinus betulus), a small tree with tough wood.archaic
Birch family plantsyoke elmEnglishnounA Himalayan hornbeam (Carpinus vimineus).
Birch family plantsyoke elmEnglishnounThe wood from these trees.
BirdspalummaSiciliannoundovefeminine
BirdspalummaSiciliannounpigeonfeminine
BirdswanayQuechuanounpunishment, deterrent example or experience
BirdswanayQuechuanounGuanay cormorant (Phalacrocorax bougainvillii)
BirdswanayQuechuaverbto amend one's waysintransitive
BirdswanayQuechuaverbto punish harshlytransitive
BirdswanayQuechuaverbto needtransitive
BirdsհաւOld Armeniannounbird; rooster; hen
BirdsհաւOld Armeniannoungrandfather, ancestor
BirdsհաւOld Armeniannoununcle (attested in some colophons)
BirdsհաւOld Armeniannounbeginning, rise, origin
Birdsजाङ्गलSanskritadjarid, sparingly grown with trees and plants (though not unfertile; covered with jungle)
Birdsजाङ्गलSanskritadjfound or existing in a jungly district (water, wood, deer)
Birdsजाङ्गलSanskritadjmade of arid wood, coming from wild deer
Birdsजाङ्गलSanskritadjwild, not tame
Birdsजाङ्गलSanskritadjsavage
Birdsजाङ्गलSanskritnounthe francoline partridge
Birdsजाङ्गलSanskritnounname of a man
Birdsजाङ्गलSanskritnounname of a people
Birdsजाङ्गलSanskritnounvenison
Birdsजाङ्गलSanskritnounmeat
Birdsजाङ्गलSanskritnounalternative spelling of जाङ्गुल (jāṅgula)alt-of alternative
Birdsजाङ्गलSanskritnounalternative spelling of जाङ्गुली (jāṅgulī)alt-of alternative
Birds of preychickenhawkEnglishnounAny of the North American hawk species (Cooper's hawk, sharp-shinned hawk and red-tailed hawk), or counterparts elsewhere, mistakenly believed to be pests.
Birds of preychickenhawkEnglishnounA draft dodger, especially in the Vietnam War, who nonetheless currently supports United States overseas military engagements.government politicsUS derogatory
Birds of preychickenhawkEnglishnounAn older, usually more powerful man who preys on adolescent boys for sex.LGBTderogatory slang
BloggingblogEnglishnounA website that allows users to reflect, share opinions, and discuss various topics in the form of an online journal, sometimes letting readers comment on their posts. Most blogs are written in a slightly informal tone (personal journals, news, businesses, etc.)Internet
BloggingblogEnglishnounAn individual post to a blog.Internet
BloggingblogEnglishverbTo contribute to a blog.bloggingInternet intransitive transitive
BloggingblogEnglishverbTo blag, to steal something; to acquire something illegally.Britain slang
BloggingblogEnglishnounAlternative letter-case form of Bloglifestylealt-of dated humorous slang uncountable
BloggingblogEnglishverbTo look sullen or sulkyWest-Country obsolete
BluesmerensininenFinnishadjultramarine
BluesmerensininenFinnishnounultramarine
Board gamessnakes and laddersEnglishnounA children's luck-based board game of Indian origin, played on a numbered grid, the aim of which is to proceed to the end, and in which ladders aid progress and snakes impede it.uncountable
Board gamessnakes and laddersEnglishnounany situation in which people or events go forward and backward, seemingly at randomfiguratively uncountable
BoasanacondaEnglishnounAny of various large nonvenomous snakes of the genus Eunectes, found mainly in northern South America. [from Template:SAFESUBST: c.] / Any of various large nonvenomous snakes of the genus Eunectes, found mainly in northern South America.
BoasanacondaEnglishnounThe green anaconda; Eunectes murinus.in particular
BoasanacondaEnglishnounA large penis.broadly slang vulgar
BoasanacondaEnglishnameA particular variety of stud poker.card-games games
Bodies of watergolfNorwegian Nynorsknoungolf (a game played with a golf club and golf ball)masculine uncountable
Bodies of watergolfNorwegian Nynorsknouna gulf (large bay)masculine
Bodily fluidsspermaFinnishnounsemen
Bodily fluidsspermaFinnishnounsperm (fluid)
Bodily fluidssudorLatinnounsweatdeclension-3
Bodily fluidssudorLatinnounmoisturedeclension-3
Bodily fluids피지KoreannameFiji (a country in Oceania)
Bodily fluids피지Koreannounsebum
BodysnotMiddle EnglishnounSnot, mucus (matter accreting in the nose)rare uncountable
BodysnotMiddle EnglishnounThe remnants of a burnt and expired candle wick.rare uncountable
Body partsereMiddle EnglishnounThe ear (organ that receives sound): / The auricle; the outside of the ear.
Body partsereMiddle EnglishnounThe ear (organ that receives sound): / The ear canal; the inside channel of the ear.
Body partsereMiddle EnglishnounThe sense of hearing; the ability to hear.
Body partsereMiddle EnglishnounThe level of attention given to someone speaking.
Body partsereMiddle EnglishnounA handle or grip.
Body partsereMiddle EnglishnounA portion of the heart with an earlike shape.
Body partsereMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of eere (“ear of grain”)alt-of alternative
Body partsereMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of here (“army”)alt-of alternative
Body partsereMiddle EnglishdetAlternative form of here (“their”)alt-of alternative
Body partsereMiddle EnglishdetAlternative form of hire (“her”)alt-of alternative
Body partsereMiddle EnglishpronAlternative form of hire (“hers”)alt-of alternative
Body partsereMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of arenalt-of alternative
Body partsereMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of eren (“to plough”)alt-of alternative
Body partsթևOld Armeniannounwing
Body partsթևOld Armeniannounarm of a human
Body partsթևOld Armeniannounflight, rush, dash
Body partsթևOld Armeniannounwing, protectionfiguratively
Body partsလည်ပင်းBurmesenounneck
Body partsလည်ပင်းBurmesenounthroat
BodybuildingmuscledomEnglishnounThe state of being very muscular; condition of possessing well-developed muscles.uncountable
BodybuildingmuscledomEnglishnounThe collective field and sport of physical culture, including bodybuilding.uncountable
Bodybuildingpumping ironEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of pump ironform-of gerund participle present
Bodybuildingpumping ironEnglishnounThe activity of weightlifting, especially for the purposes of bodybuilding.hobbies lifestyle sports weightliftinginformal uncountable
BookslogbookEnglishnounA book in which measurements from the ship's log are recorded, along with other salient details of the voyage.nautical transport
BookslogbookEnglishnounA book in which events are recorded; a journal, especially of travel.broadly
BookslogbookEnglishnounA record of the ownership, and licensing of a motor carUK
Borage family plantsanonangCebuanonounthe bird lime tree (Cordia dichotoma)
Borage family plantsanonangCebuanonounthe fruit of this tree
Borage family plantswaterleafEnglishnounAny plant of the genus Hydrophyllum.biology botany natural-sciences
Borage family plantswaterleafEnglishnounAny plant of Hydrophyllaceae, the waterleaf family.biology botany natural-sciences
Borage family plantswaterleafEnglishnounA tropical plant (Talinum fruticosum), the leaves of which are eaten as a vegetable.
Borage family plantswaterleafEnglishnounA leaf-shaped decoration used on the capitals of columns in late 12th-century Romanesque architecturearchitecture
Borage family plantswaterleafEnglishnounAn absorbent unsized paper like blotters as opposed to slake-sized or hard sized papers.
BotanykallmAlbaniannounbulrush, cattail (Typha)masculine
BotanykallmAlbaniannounreed, canemasculine
BotanykallmAlbaniannounrolling pinmasculine
BotanykallmAlbaniannounpart of sock from ankle to kneemasculine
BotanykallmAlbaniannounpipe, pipe-like rodmasculine
Bovineswater buffaloEnglishnounA large ungulate, widely used as a domestic animal in Asia, South America. North Africa and Europe: Bubalus bubalis.
Bovineswater buffaloEnglishnounA water tank mounted on a trailer to be towed by a motor vehicle.US colloquial
BrassicasswedeEnglishnounThe fleshy yellow root of a variety of rape, Brassica napus var. napobrassica, resembling a large turnip, grown as a vegetable.Britain
BrassicasswedeEnglishnounThe plant from which this is obtained.
BrassicasswedeEnglishnounThe turnip.Ireland Northern-England Scotland
BrassicasswedeEnglishnounThe head.UK slang
BrassicasswedeEnglishverbTo produce a low-budget remake of a film without the use of professional actors or filming techniques.
BreadsbriocheEnglishnounA type of light sweet pastry or bun of French origin.countable uncountable
BreadsbriocheEnglishnounA knitted cushion for the feet.countable
BrewingbreweryEnglishnounA building where beer is produced.
BrewingbreweryEnglishnounA company that brews beer.
Bricksdrop a brickEnglishverbTo commit a faux pas, especially in speech, such as by tactlessly speaking of a subject that should not be mentioned.UK idiomatic
Bricksdrop a brickEnglishverbAlternative form of drop a bombshellUS alt-of alternative idiomatic
Bricksdrop a brickEnglishverbUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see drop, brick.
BuildingskylpyläFinnishnounspa
BuildingskylpyläFinnishnounbathhouse (public bath)
BuildingspientaloFinnishnounA small residential building, small house.
BuildingspientaloFinnishnounbungalow (small house or cottage usually having a single story)
BuildingsхьэкӏапӏэAdyghenounhotel
BuildingsхьэкӏапӏэAdyghenouninn
BurialmausoleumEnglishnounA large stately tomb or a building housing such a tomb or several tombs.
BurialmausoleumEnglishnounA gloomy, usually large room or building.broadly
BurialoanluckeyManxnounverbal noun of oanluckform-of masculine noun-from-verb
BurialoanluckeyManxnounburial, intermentmasculine
BurialمدفنArabicnounburial place, burial ground / grave
BurialمدفنArabicnounburial place, burial ground / cemetery
BusinessrollupEnglishnounA kind of food made by wrapping ingredients in another food, e.g. fajitas.
BusinessrollupEnglishnounA kind of flat, pectin-based, fruit-flavored snack rolled into a tube.
BusinessrollupEnglishnounA self-made cigarette of tobacco and rolling paper.
BusinessrollupEnglishnounA business technique where multiple small companies in the same market are acquired and merged.
BusinessrollupEnglishnounA collection of software updates distributed as a single package.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
BusinessrollupEnglishnounThat which is rolled up; a summation; an aggregation; a total.
BusinessverkkokauppaFinnishnounonline store, online shop
BusinessverkkokauppaFinnishnoune-commerce
ButeosredtailEnglishnounThe red-tailed hawk, Buteo jamaicensis.
ButeosredtailEnglishnounThe common or European redstart, Phoenicurus phoenicurus.
ButeosredtailEnglishnounA species of damselfly, Ceriagrion aeruginosum, of Australia, New Guinea, and Indonesia, having a bright red abdomen.biology entomology natural-sciences
CalculuscalculusEnglishnounCalculation; computation.countable dated
CalculuscalculusEnglishnounAny formal system in which symbolic expressions are manipulated according to fixed rules.mathematics sciencescountable
CalculuscalculusEnglishnounDifferential calculus and integral calculus considered as a single subject; analysis.definite often uncountable
CalculuscalculusEnglishnounA stony concretion that forms in a bodily organ.medicine sciencescountable
CalculuscalculusEnglishnounDeposits of calcium phosphate salts on teeth.dentistry medicine sciencesuncountable
CalculuscalculusEnglishnounA decision-making method, especially one appropriate for a specialised realm.countable
CalendarThanksgivingEnglishnameThanksgiving Day, celebrated on the second Monday of October in Canada, and on the fourth Thursday of November in the United States.Canada US
CalendarThanksgivingEnglishnameThe long weekend which includes Thanksgiving Day; Thanksgiving weekend.Canada US
CalendarThanksgivingEnglishnameAn analogous celebration in other cultures, especially a harvest festival.
CalendarintercalateEnglishverbTo insert an extra leap day into a calendar in order to maintain synchrony with natural phenomena.
CalendarintercalateEnglishverbTo insert an extra month into a calendar for the same purpose. The Hebrew calendar has such a month.
CalendarintercalateEnglishverbTo insert a substance between two or more molecules, bases, cells, or tissues.
CalendarintercalateEnglishverbTo insert anything somewhere (especially between other things), such as an affix into a word. (Compare interpolate.)
CalendarneweMiddle Englishadjnew
CalendarneweMiddle EnglishnounThe new moon.astronomy natural-sciences
CalendarneweMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of neve (“nephew”)alt-of alternative
CalendarsennightEnglishnounA period of seven consecutive days and nights; a week.
CalendarsennightEnglishnounPreceded by a specified day such as Sunday, today, or yesterday: a week from (either before or after) the specified day.attributive
CalendarsennightEnglishnounPreceded by a specified day and come: a week after the specified day.obsolete
CalendarsennightEnglishnounPreceded by a specified day and gone or was: a week before the specified day.obsolete
CanidssusiFinnishnounwolf
CanidssusiFinnishnoungrey wolf (Canis lupus)specifically
CanidssusiFinnishnoundud (broken or nonfunctional device that does not perform its intended function)colloquial
Card gamesmanilleEnglishnounThe second-highest trump in certain card games.countable uncountable
Card gamesmanilleEnglishnounA card game played with a deck of 32, in which the ten (or ‘manille’) is the highest in each suit.countable uncountable
Caridean shrimpsand shrimpEnglishnounCrangon affinis, of east Asian waters
Caridean shrimpsand shrimpEnglishnounCrangon crangon (brown shrimp, common shrimp, bay shrimp, grey shrimp), of European waters
Caridean shrimpsand shrimpEnglishnounCrangon septemspinosa, of the Atlantic coast of North America
Caridean shrimpsand shrimpEnglishnounMetapenaeus ensis (greasyback shrimp), of the Indo-Pacific.
Carpentrywood shopEnglishnounA shop that deals in woodworking or carpentryCanada US
Carpentrywood shopEnglishnounA school class dealing with woodworking or carpentryCanada US
Caryophyllales order plantsportulacaEnglishnounAny plant in the genus Portulacabiology botany natural-sciences
Caryophyllales order plantsportulacaEnglishnounAny of many tropical trailing herbs, of the genus Portulaca, having showy flowersagriculture business horticulture lifestyle
Catfishpenis fishEnglishnounA candiru, a parasitic catfish of the genus Vandellia, alleged to be able to enter the human urethra.
Catfishpenis fishEnglishnounAny of certain species of Urechis worm, including: / Urechis caupo, a North American spoon worm.
Catfishpenis fishEnglishnounAny of certain species of Urechis worm, including: / Urechis unicinctus, an East Asian spoon worm.
CattlecalfEnglishnounA young cow or bull.
CattlecalfEnglishnounLeather made of the skin of the calf; especially, a fine, light-coloured leather used in bookbinding.
CattlecalfEnglishnounA young deer, elephant, seal, whale or giraffe (also used of some other animals).
CattlecalfEnglishnounA chunk of ice broken from a larger glacier, ice shelf, or iceberg.
CattlecalfEnglishnounA small island, near a larger island.
CattlecalfEnglishnounA cabless railroad engine.
CattlecalfEnglishnounAn awkward or silly boy or young man; any silly person; a dolt.dated informal
CattlecalfEnglishnounThe back of the leg below the knee.anatomy medicine sciences
CattlecalfEnglishnounThe muscle in the back of the leg below the knee.
CattlevitellusLatinnouna small calfdeclension-2 masculine
CattlevitellusLatinnounthe yolk of an eggdeclension-2 masculine
Celestial inhabitantsPlutonianEnglishadjOf or relating to Pluto, the Greek and Roman god of the underworld; demonic, infernal.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek Roman
Celestial inhabitantsPlutonianEnglishadjOf, relating to, or having characteristics associated with the underworld; dark, gloomy; mournful.broadly
Celestial inhabitantsPlutonianEnglishadjSynonym of plutonic (“of or pertaining to rocks formed deep in the Earth's crust, rather than by volcanoes at the surface of the Earth”)geography geology natural-sciencesbroadly
Celestial inhabitantsPlutonianEnglishadjSynonym of plutonic (“of, pertaining to, or supporting plutonism, the theory that the rocks of the Earth were formed in fire by volcanic activity, with a continuing gradual process of weathering and erosion, then deposited on the sea bed, re-formed into layers of sedimentary rock by heat and pressure, and raised again”)geography geology natural-sciencesbroadly historical
Celestial inhabitantsPlutonianEnglishnounA proponent of plutonism; a plutonist.geography geology natural-scienceshistorical
Celestial inhabitantsPlutonianEnglishadjPertaining to the astrological influence of Pluto, formerly regarded as a planet.astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciencesnot-comparable
Celestial inhabitantsPlutonianEnglishadjOf or relating to the dwarf planet Pluto.astronomy natural-sciencesnot-comparable
Celestial inhabitantsPlutonianEnglishnounA person under the astrological influence of Pluto, formerly regarded as a planet.astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
Celestial inhabitantsPlutonianEnglishnounAn (imaginary) inhabitant of the dwarf planet Pluto.literature media publishing science-fiction
Cercopithecin monkeysgreen monkeyEnglishnounAn Old World monkey (Chlorocebus sabaeus)
Cercopithecin monkeysgreen monkeyEnglishnounAny monkey the genus Chlorocebus.
Chemistrymercurial phosphorusEnglishnouna glow produced by friction when mercury is shaken in an evacuated glass vessel; the luminous barometeruncountable
Chemistrymercurial phosphorusEnglishnouna compound of mercury and phosphorus used to treat syphilisuncountable
ChessmbretAlbaniannounking (monarch or chess piece)masculine
ChessmbretAlbaniannounking in a pack of playing cardscard-games gamesmasculine
ChickenscockEnglishnounA male bird, especially: / A rooster: a male gallinaceous bird, especially a male domestic chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus).countable uncountable
ChickenscockEnglishnounA male bird, especially: / A cock pigeon.countable uncountable
ChickenscockEnglishnounA valve or tap for controlling flow in plumbing.countable uncountable
ChickenscockEnglishnounThe hammer of a firearm trigger mechanism.countable uncountable
ChickenscockEnglishnounA penis.colloquial countable uncountable vulgar
ChickenscockEnglishnounThe circle at the end of the rink.ball-games curling games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
ChickenscockEnglishnounThe state of being cocked; an upward turn, tilt or angle.countable uncountable
ChickenscockEnglishnounA stupid, obnoxious or contemptible person.Australia Britain Ireland New-Zealand countable derogatory slang uncountable
ChickenscockEnglishnounNonsense; rubbish; a fraud.Australia Britain Ireland New-Zealand derogatory slang uncountable
ChickenscockEnglishnounA man; a fellow.Australia Britain Ireland New-Zealand as term of address countable especially slang uncountable
ChickenscockEnglishnounA boastful tilt of one's head or hat.countable uncountable
ChickenscockEnglishnounShuttlecock.countable informal uncountable
ChickenscockEnglishnounA vane in the shape of a cock; a weathercock.countable uncountable
ChickenscockEnglishnounA chief person; a leader or master.countable dated humorous often uncountable
ChickenscockEnglishnounA leading thing.countable obsolete uncountable
ChickenscockEnglishnounThe crow of a cock, especially the first crow in the morning; cockcrow.countable uncountable
ChickenscockEnglishnounA male fish, especially a salmon or trout.countable uncountable
ChickenscockEnglishnounThe style or gnomon of a sundial.countable uncountable
ChickenscockEnglishnounThe indicator of a balance.countable uncountable
ChickenscockEnglishnounThe bridge piece that affords a bearing for the pivot of a balance in a clock or watch.countable uncountable
ChickenscockEnglishverbTo lift the cock of a firearm or crossbow; to prepare (a gun or crossbow) to be fired.intransitive transitive
ChickenscockEnglishverbTo be prepared to be triggered by having the cock lifted.intransitive
ChickenscockEnglishverbTo erect; to turn up.transitive
ChickenscockEnglishverbTo copulate with; (by extension, as with fuck) to mess up, to damage, to destroy.Britain slang transitive
ChickenscockEnglishverbTo turn or twist something upwards or to one side; to lift or tilt (e.g. headwear) boastfully.transitive
ChickenscockEnglishverbTo turn (the eye) obliquely and partially close its lid, as an expression of derision or insinuation.dated intransitive
ChickenscockEnglishverbTo strut; to swagger; to look big, pert, or menacing.dated intransitive
ChickenscockEnglishverbTo make a nestle-cock of, to pamper or spoil (a child).obsolete transitive
ChickenscockEnglishintjExpression of annoyance.slang
ChickenscockEnglishnounVulva, vagina.Southern-US
ChickenscockEnglishnounHay-cock, a small conical pile of hay.
ChickenscockEnglishverbTo form into piles.transitive
ChickenscockEnglishnounAbbreviation of cock-boat, a type of small boat.abbreviation alt-of
ChickenscockEnglishnameA corruption of the word God, used in oaths.obsolete
ChildrenbakvisDutchnounA pubescent girl, connoting giggliness and fangirlism.dated informal masculine
ChildrenbakvisDutchnounA fish cooked by frying (rather than boiling etc.), referring either a culinary dish or a species usually thus prepared.masculine rare
ChildrenchildlyMiddle Englishadjpertaining to a child; childly; childlike
ChildrenchildlyMiddle Englishadjchildish; not mature
ChildrenchildlyMiddle Englishadvchildishly
ChildrenkiddlywinkEnglishnounA small pub only licensed to sell beer or cider.Cornwall historical
ChildrenkiddlywinkEnglishnounA small village shop.historical
ChildrenkiddlywinkEnglishnounA child.humorous
Chinese dynastiesQinEnglishnameAn ancient feudal state of China that existed between 778 and 207 BC.countable uncountable
Chinese dynastiesQinEnglishnameThe first imperial dynasty of China, lasting from 221 to 207 BC.countable uncountable
Chinese dynastiesQinEnglishnameA surname from Chinese.countable uncountable
Chinese dynastiesQinEnglishnameA county of Changzhi, Shanxi, China.
Chocolatedark chocolateEnglishnounChocolate that has not had milk products added to lighten and sweeten it.uncountable
Chocolatedark chocolateEnglishnounA serving or a variety of this chocolate.countable
ChristianityomissiounMiddle Englishnounomission, neglectionLate-Middle-English
ChristianityomissiounMiddle EnglishnounA sin of omission.Late-Middle-English rare
ChristianityגלחHebrewnounChristian priest
ChristianityגלחHebrewnounbuzz cut
ChristianityגלחHebrewverbdefective spelling of גילחalt-of construction-pi'el misspelling
Chrysomeloid beetleslongicornEnglishadjLong-horned.biology natural-sciences zoology
Chrysomeloid beetleslongicornEnglishadjOf or relating to the Longicornia, an obsolete group of insects. Some are now classified as Cerambycidae (longhorn beetles).biology natural-sciences zoologyobsolete
Chrysomeloid beetleslongicornEnglishnounOne of the Longicornia, an obsolete group of long-horned beetlesobsolete
CichlidsoscarEnglishnounA cichlid fish of species Astronotus ocellatus, native to South America, sometimes kept in aquariums.
CichlidsoscarEnglishnounAlternative letter-case form of Oscar from the NATO/ICAO Phonetic Alphabet.alt-of
CitiesHermioneLatinnameHermionehuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek declension-1
CitiesHermioneLatinnameA city of Argolisdeclension-1
CitiesPuducherryEnglishnameUnion territory in southern India, consisting of four exclaves of former French India, namely its capital, Karaikal, Yanam, and Mahe.
CitiesPuducherryEnglishnameCapital of the union territory of Puducherry (Pondicherry).alt-of uppercase
CitiesՎանArmeniannameVan (city)
CitiesՎանArmeniannameVan (lake)
CitiesՎանArmeniannamea male given name transferred from the place name, of modern, chiefly Armenian diasporan usage, Van
Cities in YemenAdenEnglishnameSeaport and largest city of Yemen, which was the capital of the former South Yemen.
Cities in YemenAdenEnglishnameA surname.
Citrus subfamily plantslemon-limeEnglishadjthat contains a mixture of lemons and limesnot-comparable
Citrus subfamily plantslemon-limeEnglishnouna variety of citrus fruit
Citrus subfamily plantslemon-limeEnglishnounany lemon-lime drink
ClothingbotounMiddle EnglishnounA button or decorative protrusion on garments or tools.
ClothingbotounMiddle EnglishnounA bud, budset, or shoot; a newly-formed leaf.
ClothingbotounMiddle EnglishnounSomething that is small or of little or no value or worth.
ClothingcasagScottish Gaelicnouncassockfeminine
ClothingcasagScottish Gaelicnountunicfeminine
ClothingkiltedEnglishadjHaving on a kilt.
ClothingkiltedEnglishadjPlaited after the manner of kilting.
ClothingkiltedEnglishadjTucked or fastened up; said of petticoats, etc.
ClothingmittenEnglishnounA type of glove or garment that covers a hand with a separate sheath for the thumb, but not for other fingers, which are either enclosed in a single section or left uncovered.
ClothingmittenEnglishnounA cat's or dog's paw that is a different colour from the main body.
ClothingmittenEnglishnounA romantic rejection; dismissal of a lover.as "the mitten" colloquial dated
ClothingmittenEnglishnounA boxing glove.in-plural slang
ClothingmittenEnglishverbTo dress in mittens; to put a mitten on.transitive
ClothingpinaforeEnglishnounA sleeveless dress, often similar to an apron, generally worn over other clothes, and most often worn by young girls as an overdress.
ClothingpinaforeEnglishverbTo dress in a pinafore.transitive
ClothingslipoverEnglishadjslip-onnot-comparable
ClothingslipoverEnglishnounAny garment that is easy to put on, especially a dress or top.
ClothingܓܪܒܐClassical Syriacnounleprosy; scabiesmedicine pathology sciences
ClothingܓܪܒܐClassical Syriacnounmouldiness
ClothingܓܪܒܐClassical Syriacnounleper
ClothingܓܪܒܐClassical Syriacnounjar, jug, bottle, pitcher
ClothingܓܪܒܐClassical Syriacnounwell, pit
ClothingܓܪܒܐClassical Syriacnounrobe, garment
ClothingᬲᬭᬸᬂBalinesenounsarong (garment made of batik or ikat cloth wrapped about the waist)
ClothingᬲᬭᬸᬂBalinesenounsheath (sheath for traditional Balinese weapon (usually kris, etc.))
CloudsblikaIcelandicnouna cirrostratus, a rain cloudfeminine
CloudsblikaIcelandicnouna veil of clouds (as can cover the sun)feminine
CloudsblikaIcelandicverbto gleam, twinkleweak
CloudsblikaIcelandicverbto look as if heavy weather is comingof the air or sky or impersonal weak
CloudsblikaIcelandicnounindefinite genitive plural of blikform-of genitive indefinite neuter plural
CloudsblikaIcelandicnounindefinite accusative singular of blikiaccusative form-of indefinite masculine singular
CloudsblikaIcelandicnounindefinite dative singular of blikidative form-of indefinite masculine singular
CloudsblikaIcelandicnounindefinite genitive singular of blikiform-of genitive indefinite masculine singular
CloudsblikaIcelandicnounindefinite accusative plural of blikiaccusative form-of indefinite masculine plural
CloudsblikaIcelandicnounindefinite genitive plural of blikiform-of genitive indefinite masculine plural
CnidariansIrukandjiEnglishnounAn Aboriginal tribe of northeastern Australia, also known as the Yirrganydjiplural plural-only
CnidariansIrukandjiEnglishnounA deadly jellyfish found in northern Australia, Carukia barnesi.
CnidariansIrukandjiEnglishnounAny box jellyfish with a sting that produces Irukandji syndrome.
Coffeecoffee grinderEnglishnounA device for pulverizing or powdering coffee beans so they can be brewed as coffee. (Technically many of the machines tear the coffee beans).
Coffeecoffee grinderEnglishnounA circular sweep of the leg around the body while supporting oneself on one's hands.dance dancing gymnastics hobbies lifestyle sports
Collectible card gamesSMOrcEnglishnameThe name of a Twitch.tv emote.
Collectible card gamesSMOrcEnglishnounThe strategy of aggressively attacking the opponent, especially while disregarding enemy minions.uncountable
Collectible card gamesSMOrcEnglishverbTo focus on aggressively attacking the opponent, especially while disregarding enemy minions.
CollectivesOld BillEnglishnounA police officer.government law-enforcementBritain slang
CollectivesOld BillEnglishnounThe police force.British slang
CollectivesOld BillEnglishnounA soldier, especially one who resembles the cartoon character of the same name created by Bruce Bairnsfather in 1914.British dated slang
CollectiveschoirEnglishnounA group of people who sing together; a company of people who are trained to sing together.
CollectiveschoirEnglishnounThe part of a church where the choir assembles for song.architecture
CollectiveschoirEnglishnounOne of the nine ranks or orders of angels.angelology lifestyle religion theologyChristian
CollectiveschoirEnglishnounSet of strings (one per note) for a harpsichord.
CollectiveschoirEnglishverbTo sing in concert.intransitive
CollectivescombinationEnglishnounThe act of combining, the state of being combined or the result of combining.countable uncountable
CollectivescombinationEnglishnounAn object formed by combining.countable uncountable
CollectivescombinationEnglishnounA sequence of numbers or letters used to open a combination lock.countable uncountable
CollectivescombinationEnglishnounOne or more elements selected from a set without regard to the order of selection.mathematics sciencescountable uncountable
CollectivescombinationEnglishnounAn association or alliance of people for some common purpose.countable uncountable
CollectivescombinationEnglishnounA combination shot; a billiard; a shot where the cue ball hits a ball that strikes another ball on the table.ball-games billiards games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
CollectivescombinationEnglishnounA motorcycle and sidecar.countable uncountable
CollectivescombinationEnglishnounA rapid sequence of punches or strikes in boxing or other combat sports.countable uncountable
CollectiveselectorateEnglishnounThe collective people of a country, state, or electoral district who are entitled to vote.
CollectiveselectorateEnglishnounThe office, or area of dominion, of an Elector (“a German prince entitled to elect the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire”); an electorship.historical
CollectiveselectorateEnglishnounA geographical area represented by one or more elected officials; a constituency, an electoral district.Australia New-Zealand
CollectivesorchestraEnglishnounA large group of musicians who play together on various instruments, usually including some from strings, woodwind, brass and/or percussion; the instruments played by such a group.entertainment lifestyle music
CollectivesorchestraEnglishnounA semicircular space in front of the stage used by the chorus in Ancient Greek and Hellenistic theatres.
CollectivesorchestraEnglishnounThe area in a theatre or concert hall where the musicians sit, immediately in front of and below the stage, sometimes (also) used by other performers.
CollectivessubcultureEnglishnounA portion of a culture distinguished by its customs or other features, often in contrast to the larger mainstream culture.
CollectivessubcultureEnglishnounA culture made by transferring microorganisms from a previous culture to a fresh growth mediumbiology natural-sciences
CollectivessubcultureEnglishverbTo transfer (microorganisms) to a fresh growth medium in order to start a new culturebiology natural-sciences
CollectivesunitEnglishnounOneness, singularity, seen as a component of a whole number; a magnitude of one.mathematics sciences
CollectivesunitEnglishnounA standard measure of a quantity.sciences
CollectivesunitEnglishnounThe number one.
CollectivesunitEnglishnounEllipsis of international unit.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
CollectivesunitEnglishnounAn organized group comprising people and/or equipment.
CollectivesunitEnglishnounA member of a military organization.government military politics warinformal
CollectivesunitEnglishnounAn item which may be sold singly.business commerce
CollectivesunitEnglishnounany piece of equipment, such as an appliance, power tool, stereo system, computer, tractor, or machinery.Australia New-Zealand UK US
CollectivesunitEnglishnouna measure of housing equivalent to the living quarters of one household; an apartment where a group of apartments is contained in one or more multi-storied buildings or a group of dwellings is in one or more single storey buildings, usually arranged around a driveway.Australia New-Zealand US
CollectivesunitEnglishnounA quantity of approximately 517 milliliters (1.1 U.S. pints) of blood.medicine sciences
CollectivesunitEnglishnounAny military element whose structure is prescribed by competent authority, such as a table of organization and equipment; specifically, part of an organization.government military politics warUS
CollectivesunitEnglishnounAn organization title of a subdivision of a group in a task force.government military politics warUS
CollectivesunitEnglishnounA standard or basic quantity into which an item of supply is divided, issued, or detailed. In this meaning, also called unit of issue.government military politics warUS
CollectivesunitEnglishnounWith regard to Reserve Components of the Armed Forces, denotes a Selected Reserve unit organized, equipped, and trained for mobilization to serve on active duty as a unit or to augment or be augmented by another unit. Headquarters and support functions without wartime missions are not considered units.government military politics warUS
CollectivesunitEnglishnounThe identity element, neutral element.algebra mathematics sciences
CollectivesunitEnglishnounAn element having an inverse, an invertible element; an associate of the unity.algebra mathematics sciences
CollectivesunitEnglishnounIn an adjunction, a natural transformation from the identity functor of the domain of the left adjoint functor to the composition of the right adjoint functor with the left adjoint functor.category-theory computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
CollectivesunitEnglishnounA volume of rock or ice of identifiable origin and age range that is defined by the distinctive and dominant, easily mapped and recognizable petrographic, lithologic or paleontologic features (facies) that characterize it.geography geology natural-sciences
CollectivesunitEnglishnounA unit of alcohol.UK
CollectivesunitEnglishnounOne kilowatt-hour (as recorded on an electricity meter).business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsUK
CollectivesunitEnglishnounA gold coin of the reign of James I, worth twenty shillings.historical
CollectivesunitEnglishnounA work unit.
CollectivesunitEnglishnounA physically large person.Australia UK slang
CollectivesunitEnglishnounA penis, especially a large one.US slang vulgar
CollectivesunitEnglishadjFor each unit.not-comparable
CollectivesunitEnglishadjHaving a size or magnitude of one.mathematics sciencesnot-comparable
Collectivesweaker sexEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see weaker, sex.
Collectivesweaker sexEnglishnounWomen; the female gender.offensive
ColorsamethystinusLatinadjof the color of amethyst, amethyst greenadjective declension-1 declension-2
ColorsamethystinusLatinadjset or adorned with amethystadjective declension-1 declension-2
Colorsendless galaxyEnglishnounA very dark shade of blue-magenta.countable uncountable
Colorsendless galaxyEnglishadjOf a very dark shade of blue-magenta.not-comparable
ColorsitomPangasinanadjblack (absorbing all light)
ColorsitomPangasinannounblack (colour)
ColorsܫܥܘܬܐClassical Syriacnounwax, sealing waxuncountable
ColorsܫܥܘܬܐClassical Syriacnounwax-colour, yellowuncountable
ColorsহলুদBengalinounturmeric
ColorsহলুদBengalinounyellow
ColorsহলুদBengaliadjyellow
Colors of the rainbowbiru nilaMalayadjindigo (colour)
Colors of the rainbowbiru nilaMalaynounindigo (colour)
ComedyသောBurmesenounjoke
ComedyသောBurmeseparticleparticle suffixed to a word to form an adjectiveliterary
ComedyသောBurmeseparticlesentence final marker, emphasising a wish expressed
Compass pointslaanCentral Melanaunounwest (compass point)
Compass pointslaanCentral Melanauadjwest (towards the west)
Compass pointslaanCentral Melanauadjwest (western)
Compass pointslaanCentral Melanauadjwest (occidental)
Compass pointslèr wétanJavanesenounnortheast, one of compass pointspolite
Compass pointslèr wétanJavaneseadjnortheasternpolite
CompositescanchalaguaEnglishnounAny of several plants of the Americas similar to centaury, and formerly used like it for medicinal purposes, among them: / Centaurium cachanlahuen, the original canchalaguauncountable usually
CompositescanchalaguaEnglishnounAny of several plants of the Americas similar to centaury, and formerly used like it for medicinal purposes, among them: / Centaurium chironioides, a Mexican speciesuncountable usually
CompositescanchalaguaEnglishnounAny of several plants of the Americas similar to centaury, and formerly used like it for medicinal purposes, among them: / Zeltnera venusta, a California species in the gentian familyuncountable usually
CompositescanchalaguaEnglishnounAny of several plants of the Americas similar to centaury, and formerly used like it for medicinal purposes, among them: / Schkuhria pinnata, a plant in the sunflower family native to South America and used medicinallyuncountable usually
Compositesfreeway daisyEnglishnounA plant often used as a flowering ground cover in mild climates, Osteospermum fruticosumCalifornia
Compositesfreeway daisyEnglishnounAny of various other, similar species with similar uses.California
CompositessneezeweedEnglishnounA plant of the genus Helenium, especially Helenium autumnale.US countable uncountable
CompositessneezeweedEnglishnounA plant of the genus Centipeda; either of the species Centipeda cunninghami or Centipeda minima, which induce sneezing and are known as a folk remedy for colds and allergic reactions.Australia countable uncountable
ComputingосьRussiannounaxis
ComputingосьRussiannounaxle
ComputingосьRussiannounoperating systemcomputer computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesslang
CondimentsmisoEnglishnounA thick paste made by fermentation of soybeans with the mold Aspergillus oryzae, used in making soups and sauces.uncountable usually
CondimentsmisoEnglishnounClipping of misoprostol.medicine pharmacology sciencesabbreviation alt-of clipping informal uncountable
ConservatismOne NationEnglishnameEllipsis of Pauline Hanson's One Nation, a right-wing populist and national conservative political party in Australia, founded by right-wing Queensland politician Pauline Hanson.government politicsAustralian abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
ConservatismOne NationEnglishnounAlternative letter-case form of one nationgovernment politicsUK alt-of uncountable
Conspiracy theoriesreptilianEnglishadjOf or relating to the members of the class Reptilia.biology natural-sciences zoology
Conspiracy theoriesreptilianEnglishadjReptilelike.
Conspiracy theoriesreptilianEnglishadjUnthinking, low, base, contemptible.figuratively
Conspiracy theoriesreptilianEnglishadjCold-blooded, treacherous, unavoidably selfish and hostile.figuratively
Conspiracy theoriesreptilianEnglishnounA reptilian animal: a reptile.
Conspiracy theoriesreptilianEnglishnounA reptilian person, especially (ethnic slur) a Jew.figuratively
Conspiracy theoriesreptilianEnglishnounA reptilian alien, especially (ufology, often capitalized) of a shapeshifting race alleged to secretly control the world.literature media publishing science-fiction
ConstellationsBinkitCebuanonounthe constellation Geminiastronomy natural-sciences
ConstellationsBinkitCebuanonounthe zodiac sign Geminiastrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
ConstellationsLauvaLatviannamethe constellation of Leo; astronomical abbreviation: Leoastronomy natural-sciencesdeclension-4 masculine
ConstellationsLauvaLatviannameLeo (zodiac sign); astrological symbol: ♌)astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciencesdeclension-4 masculine
Constructionsteam shovelEnglishnounAn excavating machine designed to effect a shovelling action through steam power.historical
Constructionsteam shovelEnglishnounAny excavating machine of similar design, no matter how powered.broadly
Constructionsteam shovelEnglishverbTo excavate (a place, or something from a place) using a steam shovel.also figuratively transitive
Constructionsteam shovelEnglishverbTo operate a steam shovel.also figuratively intransitive
ConstructionкровъOld Church Slavonicnounroof
ConstructionкровъOld Church Slavonicnoundwelling
ContainerschesteMiddle EnglishnounA large container; a chest or footlocker.
ContainerschesteMiddle EnglishnounA safe, strongbox; a secure chest for treasured items and possessions.
ContainerschesteMiddle EnglishnounA coffin or casket (a box where the remains of the dead are stored)
ContainerschesteMiddle Englishnounchest, abdomen (central portion of the body; home of the soul in medieval thought)
ContainerschesteMiddle EnglishnounA basket or bowl; a container without a top side.rare
ContainerschesteMiddle EnglishnounA separated or divided area; a section.rare
ContainerschesteMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of chest (“discord”)alt-of alternative
ContainershotboxEnglishnounA container maintained at elevated temperatures in order to heat or cook its contents.
ContainershotboxEnglishnounA container maintained at elevated temperatures in order to heat or cook its contents. / An oven.
ContainershotboxEnglishnounAn overheated shaft bearing.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
ContainershotboxEnglishnounAn overheated shaft bearing. / An overheated axle box, bearing and bearing enclosure.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences rail-transport railways transport
ContainershotboxEnglishnounA room or compartment that is kept artificially warm for some purpose. / A cold frame
ContainershotboxEnglishnounA room or compartment that is kept artificially warm for some purpose. / A box for hot composting.
ContainershotboxEnglishnounA room or compartment that is kept artificially warm for some purpose. / An incubator.
ContainershotboxEnglishnounA room or compartment that is kept artificially warm for some purpose.
ContainershotboxEnglishnounA room or house that becomes unbearably hot inside when the weather is hot.
ContainershotboxEnglishnounA small, hot, enclosure, used as a punishment for slaves or prisoners.
ContainershotboxEnglishnounA furnace or heat source for a building.
ContainershotboxEnglishnounA small, airtight space where people smoke marijuana in order to intensify the high.
ContainershotboxEnglishnounA gas manifold that diverts hot gasses into a heat exchanger.
ContainershotboxEnglishnounA soundproof box used to hold a camera in order to prevent the sound of its operation interfering with the recording of a film.
ContainershotboxEnglishnounA storage container for personal belongings of employees who are hot desking.
ContainershotboxEnglishnounA location where controversial ideas are discussed or practiced.
ContainershotboxEnglishnounA sexy woman.slang
ContainershotboxEnglishnounA context-sensitive dialog that duplicates many of the commands on the menu for users of the Maya Embedded Language.computing engineering graphical-user-interface mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
ContainershotboxEnglishverbTo smoke marijuana in a small confined area, such as the inside of a car, until it is full of smoke, thereby intensifying the drug's effects.slang
ContainershotboxEnglishverbTo put out a cigarette just before entering a vehicle, then expel smoke in the vehicle.slang
ContainershotboxEnglishverbTo smoke a cigarette vigorously and rapidly.slang
ContainerslasiFinnishnounglass (material)
ContainerslasiFinnishnounglass (vessel)
ContainerslasiFinnishnounSynonym of silmälasit (“eyeglasses”)in-plural
ContainerslasiFinnishnounbells (a mark given by the bells of a ship every half hour to mark the passing of time during a four-hour watch; there were eight bells per watch and then the counting started from beginning)nautical transport
ContainerslasiFinnishnounice (crystal form of methamphetamine)drugs medicine pharmacology sciencesslang
ContainerslasiFinnishnounvitreousas modifier in compounds
ContainerspotMiddle EnglishnounA pot; a circular receptacle or vessel: / A cookpot (a pot used for cooking in)
ContainerspotMiddle EnglishnounA pot; a circular receptacle or vessel: / A pot used for storing substances (especially food or water)
ContainerspotMiddle EnglishnounA pot; a circular receptacle or vessel: / A pot used for ladling or serving liquids; a beaker.
ContainerspotMiddle EnglishnounA pot; a circular receptacle or vessel: / A measurement for the quantity of liquids.
ContainerspotMiddle EnglishnounA pot; a circular receptacle or vessel: / A pot of a certain material or manufacture: / A ceramic pot or vessel.
ContainerspotMiddle EnglishnounA pot; a circular receptacle or vessel: / A pot of a certain material or manufacture: / A pot or vessel made out of metal.
ContainerspotMiddle EnglishnounThe top of the skull.rare
ContainerspotMiddle EnglishnounA shard of earthen material.rare
ContainersstoupEnglishnounA bucket.obsolete
ContainersstoupEnglishnounA mug or drinking vessel.archaic
ContainersstoupEnglishnounA receptacle for holy water, especially a basin set at the entrance of a church.
ContainersstoupEnglishverbObsolete form of stoop.alt-of obsolete
ContainerswhisketEnglishnounA basket; especially, a straw provender basket.UK dialectal
ContainerswhisketEnglishnounA small lathe for turning wooden pins.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
ContainersโกศThainounfunerary urn.
ContainersโกศThainounSynonym of ผอบ (pà-òp)archaic
ContainersโกศThainountreasury, treasure house; store, storehouse, warehouse; repository.archaic formal
ContainersโกศThainounflower bud.formal poetic
CookingbleuFrenchadjblue
CookingbleuFrenchadjvery rare, underdoneof meat
CookingbleuFrenchnounthe color bluemasculine
CookingbleuFrenchnounblue cheesemasculine
CookingbleuFrenchnounrookie, new recruit, raw recruitmasculine
CookingbleuFrenchnounbruisemasculine
CookingbleuFrenchnounbilliard chalkball-games billiards games hobbies lifestyle snooker sportsmasculine
CookingbleuFrenchnouna supporter of the Conservative PartyCanada masculine
Cookinghot stoveEnglishnounA relatively low-powered kitchen appliance used in lieu of a proper stove.
Cookinghot stoveEnglishnounA hotplate.
Cookinghot stoveEnglishnounA stove with a hot element.
Cookinghot stoveEnglishnounAny potentially harmful situation.broadly figuratively
Cookinghot stoveEnglishnounThe baseball off-season where trades take place and teams look to sign free agents.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsattributive
CookinghuicciClassical NahuatlverbTo cook.intransitive
CookinghuicciClassical NahuatlverbTo ripen.intransitive
CookingspitchcockEnglishnounA method of cooking an eel (or occasionally some other fish) by splitting it along the back, cutting it into pieces, and broiling or frying it.obsolete
CookingspitchcockEnglishnounAn eel (or other fish) prepared in this way.broadly
CookingspitchcockEnglishverbTo cook (an eel, or occasionally some other fish) by splitting it along the back, cutting it into pieces, and broiling or frying it.cooking food lifestyletransitive
CookingsturgiunMiddle EnglishnounSturgeon or its meat.
CookingsturgiunMiddle EnglishnounA dish made of veal made to resemble sturgeon.
CookingsturgiunMiddle EnglishnounA brown cloth.
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounA wide, flat receptacle used around the house, especially for cooking.
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounThe contents of such a receptacle.
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounA cylindrical receptacle about as tall as it is wide, with one long handle, usually made of metal, used for cooking in the home.
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounA deep plastic receptacle, used for washing or food preparation; a basin.Ireland
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounA wide receptacle in which gold grains are separated from gravel by washing the contents with water.
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounAn expanse of level land located in a depression, especially / A pond or lake, considered as the expanse of land upon which the water sits.geography geology natural-sciences
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounAn expanse of level land located in a depression, especially / A dry lake or playa, especially a salt flat.geography geology natural-sciencesSouth-Africa especially
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounAn expanse of level land located in a depression, especially / Synonym of playa lake: a temporary pond or lake in a playa.geography geology natural-sciencesSouth-Africa
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounAn expanse of level land located in a depression, especially / Short for salt pan: a flat artificial pond used for collecting minerals from evaporated water.geography geology natural-sciencesabbreviation alt-of
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounShort for hardpan: a hard substrate such as is formed in pans.geography geology natural-sciencesabbreviation alt-of
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounSynonym of pipe: a channel for lava within a volcano; the cylindrical remains of such channels.geography geology natural-sciencesSouth-Africa obsolete
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounStrong adverse criticism.
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounA loaf of bread.
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounThe chamber pot in a close stool; (now) the base of a toilet, consisting of the bowl and its support.obsolete
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounA bedpan.
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounA human face, a mug.slang
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounThe bottom flat part of a roofing panel that is between the ribs of the panel.business construction manufacturing roofing
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounA closed vessel for boiling or evaporating as part of manufacture; a vacuum pan.
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounThe part of a flintlock that holds the priming.engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponry
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounThe skull, considered as a vessel containing the brain; the brainpan.
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounThe brain, seen as one's intellect.figuratively
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounA recess, or bed, for the leaf of a hinge.business carpentry construction manufacturing
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounShort for steelpan.entertainment lifestyle musicabbreviation alt-of
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishverbTo wash in a pan (of earth, sand etc. when searching for gold).transitive
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishverbTo disparage; to belittle; to put down; to harshly criticize, especially a work (book, movie, etc.)transitive
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishverbTo turn out well; to be successful.intransitive with out
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishverbTo beat one's opposition convincingly.informal of a contest transitive
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishverbTo turn horizontally.intransitive of a camera usually
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishverbTo move the camera lens angle while continuing to expose the film, enabling a contiguous view and enrichment of context. In still-photography large-group portraits the film usually remains on a horizontal fixed plane as the lens and/or the film holder moves to expose the film laterally. The resulting image may extend a short distance laterally or as great as 360 degrees from the point where the film first began to be exposed.arts hobbies lifestyle photographyintransitive
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishverbTo shift an image relative to the display window without changing the viewing scale.intransitive
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishverbTo spread a sound signal into a new stereo or multichannel sound field, typically giving the impression that it is moving across the sound stage.audio electrical-engineering engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounA sequence in a film in which the camera pans over an area.
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounAlternative form of paanalt-of alternative uncountable
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishverbTo join or fit together; to unite.
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounA part; a portion.
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounThe distance comprised between the angle of the epaule and the flanked angle.fortifications government military politics war
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounA leaf of gold or silver.
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishadjPansexual or panromantic.informal not-comparable
Cookware and bakewarepanEnglishnounShort for pantograph.rail-transport railways transportabbreviation alt-of informal
Cornales order plantshaimioFinnishnounany plant of the genus Nasa
Cornales order plantshaimioFinnishnounthe genus Nasain-plural
Coronavirusdeep cleanEnglishnounAny thorough cleansing, especially one conducted in order to disinfect a place that has or may have been contaminated with a disease vector such as a virus, bacteria, etc.neologism
Coronavirusdeep cleanEnglishverbTo conduct a deep clean.neologism
Corporate lawLLCEnglishnounInitialism of Limited Liability Company.business lawUS abbreviation alt-of initialism
Corporate lawLLCEnglishnounInitialism of Logical Link Control. (one of the two functions of a NIC.)computer computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences networking physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
CountriesKaxtilanCentral Huasteca NahuatlnameSpain.
CountriesKaxtilanCentral Huasteca NahuatlnameCastile.
CountriesNederlandNorwegian NynorsknameNetherlands (The main constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, located primarily in Western Europe bordering Germany and Belgium) # Netherlands, Kingdom of the Netherlands (a country in Western Europe, consisting of four constituent countries: the Netherlands per se, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten) / Netherlands (The main constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, located primarily in Western Europe bordering Germany and Belgium)
CountriesNederlandNorwegian NynorsknameNetherlands (The main constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, located primarily in Western Europe bordering Germany and Belgium) # Netherlands, Kingdom of the Netherlands (a country in Western Europe, consisting of four constituent countries: the Netherlands per se, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten) / Netherlands, Kingdom of the Netherlands (a country in Western Europe, consisting of four constituent countries: the Netherlands per se, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten)
Countries in EuropeՆիդերլանդներArmeniannameNetherlands (The main constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, located primarily in Western Europe bordering Germany and Belgium) # Netherlands, Kingdom of the Netherlands (a country in Western Europe, consisting of four constituent countries: the Netherlands per se, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten) / Netherlands (The main constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, located primarily in Western Europe bordering Germany and Belgium)
Countries in EuropeՆիդերլանդներArmeniannameNetherlands (The main constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, located primarily in Western Europe bordering Germany and Belgium) # Netherlands, Kingdom of the Netherlands (a country in Western Europe, consisting of four constituent countries: the Netherlands per se, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten) / Netherlands, Kingdom of the Netherlands (a country in Western Europe, consisting of four constituent countries: the Netherlands per se, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten)
Countries in EuropeՖարերներArmeniannameFaroe Islands (the islands)
Countries in EuropeՖարերներArmeniannameFaroe Islands (the country)
Crickets and grasshopperssandgroperEnglishnounAn inhabitant of Western Australia.Australia humorous
Crickets and grasshopperssandgroperEnglishnounAny species of the family Cylindrachetidae of subterranean insects, found in Australia, New Guinea and Argentina.
CruciferscressEnglishnounA plant of various species, chiefly cruciferous. The leaves have a moderately pungent taste, and are used as a salad and antiscorbutic.countable uncountable
CruciferscressEnglishnounArchaic form of kris.alt-of archaic
CucurbitasbutternutEnglishnounA North American walnut tree, Juglans cinerea.countable uncountable
CucurbitasbutternutEnglishnounThe wood or bark of this walnut tree.countable uncountable
CucurbitasbutternutEnglishnounThe nut of this walnut tree.countable uncountable
CucurbitasbutternutEnglishnounA dye made from the fruit of this walnut tree.countable uncountable
CucurbitasbutternutEnglishnounThe souari nut.countable uncountable
CucurbitasbutternutEnglishnounButternut squash.countable uncountable
CultureoqaluttuaqGreenlandicnounmyth, story, legend, narrative
CultureoqaluttuaqGreenlandicnounfolktale
CurrencyecuAsturiannounecho (reflected sound)masculine
CurrencyecuAsturiannounecu (currency)dated masculine
CurrencysextansLatinnouna sixth part of an as, (in particular —)declension-3
CurrencysextansLatinnouna sixth part of an as, (in particular —)declension-3
CurrencysextansLatinnouna sixth part of an as, (in particular —) / the sixth part of a juger (a measure of land)declension-3
CurrencysextansLatinnouna sixth part of an as, (in particular —) / the sixth part of a sextarius (a measure of liquid)declension-3
CurrencysextansLatinnouna sixth part of an as, (in particular —)declension-3
CurrencysextansLatinnounthe sixth part of the number six (as of the numerus perfectus, in other words) unity, onemathematics sciencesdeclension-3
CurrencysextansLatinnouna sextant (nautical instrument)declension-3
CurvesJordan curve theoremEnglishnounThe theorem that states that a simple closed curve (Jordan curve) divides the plane into precisely two distinct areas.mathematics sciences topology
CurvesJordan curve theoremEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see Jordan curve, theorem.
CutleryforcIrishnounforkmasculine
CutleryforcIrishnounpitchforkmasculine
Cynodonteae tribe grassesstar grassEnglishnounAny of several grasses or grass-like plants: / Cynodon and Chloris spp., grasses in the subtribe Eleusininae of the Poaceae, especially Bermuda grass, Cynodon dactylon.countable uncountable
Cynodonteae tribe grassesstar grassEnglishnounAny of several grasses or grass-like plants: / Aletris spp., flowering plants in the family Nartheciaceae.countable uncountable
Cynodonteae tribe grassesstar grassEnglishnounAny of several grasses or grass-like plants: / Callitriche spp., flowering plants in the family Plantaginaceae.countable uncountable
Cynodonteae tribe grassesstar grassEnglishnounAny of several grasses or grass-like plants: / Hypoxis spp., flowering plants belonging to the family Hypoxidaceae.countable uncountable
Dairy productsasIrishprepout oftriggers-no-mutation with-dative
Dairy productsasIrishprepfrom (a place)triggers-no-mutation with-dative
Dairy productsasIrishprepofftriggers-no-mutation with-dative
Dairy productsasIrishpronthird-person masculine singular of as (from, off, out of)form-of masculine singular third-person
Dairy productsasIrishadvoff (in or into a state of non-operation or non-existence: of a machine, light, etc.)
Dairy productsasIrishadvout (in or into a state of non-operation or non-existence: of a fire, etc.)
Dairy productsasIrishnounshoeliterary masculine
Dairy productsasIrishnounmilkliterary masculine
Dalbergieae tribe plantsBurmese rosewoodEnglishnounDalbergia oliveri, a southeast Asian tree and its wood, valuable for its red lumber used in ornamental work including woodturning and furniture. The sapwood is yellowish-white with dark brown heartwood. The heartwood is very hard and heavy.uncountable usually
Dalbergieae tribe plantsBurmese rosewoodEnglishnounAny of species Dalbergia bariensis of similar trees.uncountable usually
Dalbergieae tribe plantsBurmese rosewoodEnglishnounAny of species Pterocarpus indicus of similar trees.uncountable usually
Dalbergieae tribe plantsBurmese rosewoodEnglishnounThe wood of such trees.uncountable usually
Dalbergieae tribe plantsgroundnutEnglishnounA climbing vine, Apios americana, of eastern North America, having fragrant brownish flowers and small edible tubers.
Dalbergieae tribe plantsgroundnutEnglishnounAny similar plant having underground tubers.
Dalbergieae tribe plantsgroundnutEnglishnounThe nutlike tuber of such a plant, especially peanuts.
Dalbergieae tribe plantsgroundnutEnglishnounA plant which bears its nutlike seeds underground, such as a peanut (Arachis hypogaea) or a Bambara groundnut (Vigna subterranea).
DamselfliesredtailEnglishnounThe red-tailed hawk, Buteo jamaicensis.
DamselfliesredtailEnglishnounThe common or European redstart, Phoenicurus phoenicurus.
DamselfliesredtailEnglishnounA species of damselfly, Ceriagrion aeruginosum, of Australia, New Guinea, and Indonesia, having a bright red abdomen.biology entomology natural-sciences
DancesmazurkaEnglishnounA Polish folk dance in triple time, usually moderately fast, containing a heavy accent on the third beat and occasionally the second beat.entertainment lifestyle music
DancesmazurkaEnglishnounA classical musical composition inspired by the folk dance and conforming in some respects to its form, particularly as popularized by Chopin.entertainment lifestyle music
DancesmazurkaEnglishnounA figure skating move that combines elements of the toe loop and bunny-hop.
DancesschottischeEnglishnounA partnered country dance of Bohemian origin.
DancesschottischeEnglishnounA piece of music accompanying this dance.
Dancesstrip the willowEnglishnounA particular country dance, in which a pair of dancers go down a set of dancers, alternately swinging each other and other dancers on the sides.
Dancesstrip the willowEnglishverbTo dance the strip the willow.
DancesvarsovienneEnglishnounA polka-like Polish dance.
DancesvarsovienneEnglishnounA piece of music for such a dance, or having its slow triple time characteristic strong accent beginning every second measure.
DartsstrēleLatviannounarrow, dart (projectile thrown with a bow)declension-5 feminine figuratively
DartsstrēleLatviannounarrow (a component part that is thin and long, usually used for pointing)declension-5 feminine
DartsstrēleLatviannounsomething narrow and elongated like an arrowdeclension-5 feminine
DartsstrēleLatviannounbeam, raydeclension-5 feminine of light
DartsstrēleLatviannounnarrow, elongated formation, stripdeclension-5 feminine of gas
DartsstrēleLatviannounstrip, stretch (narrow, elongated area)declension-5 feminine of land
DartsstrēleLatviannounjib, boom (the projecting arm of a crane)engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences technologydeclension-5 feminine
DeathHermesEnglishnameThe herald and messenger of the gods, and the god of roads, commerce, invention, cunning, and theft.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
DeathHermesEnglishnameThe Egyptian Thoth, identified with the Greek Hermes.
DeathHermesEnglishnameThe planet Mercury when observed as an evening star.astronomy natural-sciences
DeathHermesEnglishnounA head or bust on a square base, often double-faced.art arts
DeathdedlyMiddle Englishadjdeadly, lethal (causing death)
DeathdedlyMiddle Englishadjmurderous, bloodthirsty
DeathdedlyMiddle Englishadjdeathly (like or relating to death)
DeathdedlyMiddle Englishadjclose to death; on one's deathbed
DeathdedlyMiddle Englishadjmortal (subject to death)
DeathdedlyMiddle Englishadjimpermanent, transitory
DeathdedlyMiddle Englishadjdead, deceasedrare
DeathmorkinisSouthern Ohlonenounskeleton
DeathmorkinisSouthern Ohlonenouncorpse
DeathpagtaliwanCebuanonoundying; the process of approaching death
DeathpagtaliwanCebuanonoundeath
DeathܢܘܚܡܐClassical Syriacnounwakening, arousing
DeathܢܘܚܡܐClassical Syriacnounresuscitation
DeathܢܘܚܡܐClassical Syriacnounrecovery, revival, resurrection
DeathܢܘܚܡܐClassical Syriacnounraising the dead, necromancy
DeathܢܘܚܡܐClassical Syriacnouncomfort, consolation
DemonymsBCerEnglishnounAbbreviation of British Columbian.abbreviation alt-of
DemonymsBCerEnglishadjAbbreviation of British Columbian.abbreviation alt-of not-comparable
DemonymsCornhuskerEnglishnounA native or resident of the American state of Nebraska.informal
DemonymsCornhuskerEnglishnounAny of a number of sports teams in Nebraska.in-plural
DemonymsPunjabiDutchadjPunjabi, of, pertaining to, descended from the people or culture of the Punjab, or written in the Punjabi language.not-comparable
DemonymsPunjabiDutchnounPunjabi (person)masculine
DemonymsPunjabiDutchnamePunjabi (language)neuter
DemonymsWallachianEnglishnounA person from Wallachia or of Wallachian descent.
DemonymsWallachianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Wallachia.not-comparable
DemonymsWallachianEnglishnameThe language of the Wallachians; Romanian.
DemonymsΓαλάτηςAncient Greeknouna Gaul
DemonymsΓαλάτηςAncient Greeknouna Galatian
DialectsgöteborgskaSwedishnounthe variety of Swedish spoken in Gothenburgcommon-gender uncountable
DialectsgöteborgskaSwedishnouna female Gothenburgercommon-gender countable
DirectivescalendarEnglishnounAny system by which time is divided into days, weeks, months, and years.
DirectivescalendarEnglishnounA means to determine the date consisting of a document containing dates and other temporal information.
DirectivescalendarEnglishnounA list of planned events.
DirectivescalendarEnglishnounAn orderly list or enumeration of persons, things, or events; a schedule.
DirectivescalendarEnglishnounAn appointment book (US), appointment diary (UK)US
DirectivescalendarEnglishverbTo set a date for a proceeding in court, usually done by a judge at a calendar call.law
DirectivescalendarEnglishverbTo enter or write in a calendar; to register.
DirectivescharterEnglishnounA document issued by some authority, creating a public or private institution, and defining its purposes and privileges.
DirectivescharterEnglishnounA similar document conferring rights and privileges on a person, corporation etc.
DirectivescharterEnglishnounA contract for the commercial leasing of a vessel, or space on a vessel.
DirectivescharterEnglishnounThe temporary hiring or leasing of a vehicle.
DirectivescharterEnglishnounA deed (legal contract).
DirectivescharterEnglishnounA special privilege, immunity, or exemption.
DirectivescharterEnglishnouna provision whose unintended consequence would be to encourage an undesirable activityUK derogatory in a noun phrase with another noun which is either an agent or action
DirectivescharterEnglishadjLeased or hired.not-comparable
DirectivescharterEnglishverbTo grant or establish a charter.transitive
DirectivescharterEnglishverbTo lease or hire something by charter.transitive
DirectivescharterEnglishverb(of a peace officer) To inform (an arrestee) of their constitutional rights under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms upon arrest.lawCanada transitive
DirectivescommitmentEnglishnounThe act or an instance of committing, putting in charge, keeping, or trust, especially: / The act of sending a legislative bill to committee for review.countable uncountable
DirectivescommitmentEnglishnounThe act or an instance of committing, putting in charge, keeping, or trust, especially: / Official consignment sending a person to prison or a mental health institution.countable uncountable
DirectivescommitmentEnglishnounPromise or agreement to do something in the future, especially: / Promise or agreement to do something in the future, especiallycountable uncountable
DirectivescommitmentEnglishnounPromise or agreement to do something in the future, especially: / Act of assuming a financial obligation at a future date.countable uncountable
DirectivescommitmentEnglishnounBeing bound emotionally or intellectually to a course of action or to another person or persons.countable uncountable
DirectivescommitmentEnglishnounThe trait of sincerity and focused purpose.countable uncountable
DirectivescommitmentEnglishnounPerpetration as in a crime or mistake.countable uncountable
DirectivescommitmentEnglishnounState of being pledged or engaged.countable uncountable
DirectivescommitmentEnglishnounThe act of being locked away, such as in an institution for the mentally ill or in jail.countable uncountable
DirectivesfiatEnglishnounAn arbitrary or authoritative command or order to do something; an effectual decree.countable uncountable
DirectivesfiatEnglishnounAuthorization, permission or (official) sanction.countable uncountable
DirectivesfiatEnglishnounA warrant of a judge for certain processes.lawEnglish countable uncountable
DirectivesfiatEnglishnounAn authority for certain proceedings given by the Lord Chancellor's signature.lawEnglish countable uncountable
DirectivesfiatEnglishnoun(Pertaining to) fiat currency.attributive countable uncountable
DirectivesfiatEnglishverbTo make (something) happen.transitive used in academic debate and role-playing games
Disabilitydisabled sportsEnglishnounCollectively, parasportsCanada US uncountable
Disabilitydisabled sportsEnglishnounplural of disabled sportform-of plural
DisabilitydisablistEnglishadjExhibiting disablism; prejudiced against the disabled.
DisabilitydisablistEnglishnounOne who exhibits disablism
DisabilityhandicappedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of handicapform-of participle past
DisabilityhandicappedEnglishadjHaving a handicap.
DisabilityhandicappedEnglishadjLimited by an impediment of some kind.derogatory
DisabilityhandicappedEnglishnounA disabled person.India
Disabilitypara-athleteEnglishnouna sportsperson with a disability
Disabilitypara-athleteEnglishnouna track and field athlete with a disability
Disabilitypara-athleteEnglishnouna competitor in para-athletics
Diseases病気Japanesenounsickness, illness, disease
Diseases病気Japaneseadjill, sick
Diseases病気Japaneseadjabnormal, mentally illslang
DivinationܚܠܩܐClassical Syriacnounlot, portion
DivinationܚܠܩܐClassical Syriacnounfate, destiny
DivinationܚܠܩܐClassical Syriacnouncasting lots, oracles, auguriesin-plural
Dogbane family plantsredheadEnglishnounA person with red hair.
Dogbane family plantsredheadEnglishnounA North American duck (Aythya americana) highly esteemed as a game bird.
Dogbane family plantsredheadEnglishnounA kind of milkweed (Asclepia curassavica), with red flowers, formerly used in medicine.
Dogbane family plantsredheadEnglishnounChinese red-headed centipede (Scolopendra subspinipes mutilans)
Dogbane family plantsredheadEnglishnounred-headed bunting (Emberiza bruniceps)
Dogbane family plantsredheadEnglishnounred-headed titi (Callicebus regulus)
Dogbane family plantsredheadEnglishnounred-headed vulture (Sarcogyps calvus)
Dogbane family plantsredheadEnglishnounred-headed woodpecker (Melanerpes erythrocephalus)
Dogbane family plantsredheadEnglishnounA kind of 800-watt lamp.broadcasting entertainment film lifestyle media television theater
DogsHessuFinnishnameA common nickname derived from the first name Heikki.
DogsHessuFinnishnameGoofy (Disney character).
DogsbastardMiddle Englishnounan illegitimate child, especially a noble one; a bastard
DogsbastardMiddle Englishnouna kind of fortified wine, often with spices added
DogsbastardMiddle Englishnouna heretic or sinner; one separated from one's deityrare
DogsbastardMiddle Englishnouna dog that isn't purebred; a mutt or mongrelrare
DogsbastardMiddle Englishnouna botanical tendril or offshootrare
DogsbastardMiddle Englishadjcoming not from wedlock, coming from bastardy; illegitimate
DogsbastardMiddle Englishadjlow-quality, inferior, imitation; of bad manufacture
DogsbastardMiddle Englishadjnot purebred; of mixed lineagerare
DogsbastardMiddle Englishadjmade using or incorporating fortified winerare
DogsbastardMiddle Englishadjwrong, erroneous, incorrectrare
Dogsmad dogEnglishnounA rabid dog.
Dogsmad dogEnglishnounSomeone who is aggressive and fanatical; an aggressor who cannot be reasoned with.broadly figuratively
Donald TrumpTrumpiteEnglishadjSynonym of Trumpian.government politicsUK US
Donald TrumpTrumpiteEnglishnounSynonym of Trumpist.government politicsUK US
Dragon AgeDAOEnglishnounInitialism of De-asphalted oil, a crude oil refinery process stream.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
Dragon AgeDAOEnglishnounInitialism of Disk-at-Once, an optical disk recording mode.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
Dragon AgeDAOEnglishnounInitialism of Data Access Object, a design pattern used in software engineering.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwareabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
Dragon AgeDAOEnglishnounInitialism of Double action only, a trigger mechanism for semi-automatic firearms.engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponryabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
Dragon AgeDAOEnglishnounAcronym of decentralized autonomous organization, an autonomous entity based on smart contracts on a blockchain.business cryptocurrencies cryptocurrency financeabbreviation acronym alt-of countable uncountable
Dragon AgeDAOEnglishnounInitialism of Dragon Age: Origins.lifestyleabbreviation alt-of countable initialism slang uncountable
Dragonflies and damselfliesgliderEnglishnounOne who glides.
Dragonflies and damselfliesgliderEnglishnounAny heavier-than-air aircraft optimised for unpowered flight; a sailplane.
Dragonflies and damselfliesgliderEnglishnounA pilot of glider aircraft.
Dragonflies and damselfliesgliderEnglishnounAny animal with the ability to glide, such as the gliding possum.
Dragonflies and damselfliesgliderEnglishnounSynonym of glide (“cap affixed to base of legs of furniture”)
Dragonflies and damselfliesgliderEnglishnounA kind of garden swing.
Dragonflies and damselfliesgliderEnglishnounIn the Game of Life, a particular configuration of five cells that recurs periodically at fixed offsets and appears to "walk" across the grid.cellular-automata computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
Dragonflies and damselfliesgliderEnglishnounIn the Game of Life, a particular configuration of five cells that recurs periodically at fixed offsets and appears to "walk" across the grid. / Any spaceship in a cellular automaton, especially one which exhibits glide reflection.cellular-automata computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesbroadly
Dragonflies and damselfliesgliderEnglishnounA vehicle, of a usually motorised type, without a powertrain.
Dragonflies and damselfliesgliderEnglishnounAny of various species of dragonfly that glide on out-held wings while flying, such as the common glider, Tramea loewii, of Australia, New Guinea, Indonesia, and the Pacific.biology entomology natural-sciences
DramacomoedusLatinadjcomic, of comedyadjective declension-1 declension-2
DramacomoedusLatinadjgiven to actingadjective declension-1 declension-2
DramacomoedusLatinnouncomedian, comic actordeclension-2
DrinkingmadidusLatinadjmoist, wet, soaked, drenchedadjective declension-1 declension-2
DrinkingmadidusLatinadjdrunk, tipsyadjective declension-1 declension-2
DrugsbruinDutchadjbrown
DrugsbruinDutchnounthe color brownneuter uncountable
DrugsbruinDutchnounheroincommon-gender slang uncountable
DrugsredbirdEnglishnounAny of several unrelated American songbirds having red plumage, especially the tanager or cardinal.Canada US
DrugsredbirdEnglishnounA capsule of secobarbital.slang
DrugsredbirdEnglishnounAny of various red cars formerly used in the New York City subway system; or a train of such cars.
DuckstelkkäFinnishnounAny of the ducks in the goldeneye genus Bucephala.
DuckstelkkäFinnishnounThe type species of the goldeneye genus, the common goldeneye, Bucephala clangula.
EaglesnègLouisiana Creolenoun(a) Black person, (a) Negroderogatory
EaglesnègLouisiana Creolenounthe Louisiana Creole languagederogatory
EaglesnègLouisiana Creolenounbuddy, (a) pal, (a) friend, (a) fellow
EaglesnègLouisiana Creolenouneagle
EducationlessounMiddle EnglishnounA written text for recitation or memorisation; a teaching document or its contents.
EducationlessounMiddle EnglishnounA portion or section of the Bible or any other religious text (often recited at church)
EducationlessounMiddle EnglishnounA lesson (a task assigned to a pupil for learning and memorisation)
EducationlessounMiddle EnglishnounA lesson or learning (what one learns from experience, especially when preventative in nature)
EducationlessounMiddle EnglishnounThe practice of revision or learning one's discipline.
EducationlessounMiddle EnglishnounAn oral message or proclamation.rare
EducationscholarshipEnglishnounA grant-in-aid to a student.countable uncountable
EducationscholarshipEnglishnounThe character or qualities of a scholar.countable uncountable
EducationscholarshipEnglishnounThe activity, methods or attainments of a scholar.countable uncountable
EducationscholarshipEnglishnounThe sum of knowledge accrued by scholars; the realm of refined learning.uncountable
EducationscholarshipEnglishnounThe first year of high school, often accompanied by exams that needed to be passed before advancement to the higher grades.Australia countable dated uncountable
EducationscholarshipEnglishverbTo attend an institution on a scholarship.intransitive
EducationscholarshipEnglishverbTo grant a scholarship to.transitive
EducationܡܟܬܒܐClassical Syriacnounwriting; written narrative
EducationܡܟܬܒܐClassical Syriacnounschool
EducationܡܟܬܒܐClassical Syriacnounstylus
EducationܡܟܬܒܐClassical Syriacnounawl, borer, punch, gimlet
EggseggshellEnglishnounThe shell around an egg.
EggseggshellEnglishnounA pale off-white colour, like that of the eggshell.color
EggseggshellEnglishadjOf a pale yellowish-whitish colour, like that of the eggshell.color
EggseggshellEnglishadjExhibiting the thinness, translucency or near-transparency, and fragility of an eggshell.
EggseggshellEnglishadjVery matt, having a low reflexivity, like an eggshell.
ElectronicsrectifierEnglishnounSomething that rectifies.
ElectronicsrectifierEnglishnounA device that converts alternating current into direct current; often a diode.
ElectronicsrectifierEnglishnounAn instrument used for determining and rectifying the variations of the compass on board ship.nautical transport
ElectronicsrectifierEnglishnounThe activation function f(x)= max (0,x), where x is the input to a neuron.
EmberizidssnowflakeEnglishnounA crystal of snow, having approximate hexagonal symmetry.
EmberizidssnowflakeEnglishnounAny of several bulbous European plants, of the genus Leucojum, having white flowers.
EmberizidssnowflakeEnglishnounThe snow bunting, Plectrophenax nivalis.
EmberizidssnowflakeEnglishnounSomeone who believes they are particularly unique and special.derogatory slang
EmberizidssnowflakeEnglishnounSomeone hypersensitive to insult or offense, especially a young person with politically correct sensibilities.derogatory slang
EmberizidssnowflakeEnglishnounA type of lesion that appears as scattered white-brown spots under high magnification light microscopy.medicine ophthalmology sciences
EmberizidssnowflakeEnglishnounSomething that is unique in every presentation.
EmberizidssnowflakeEnglishnounA Caucasian person.derogatory slang usually
EmberizidssnowflakeEnglishnounSomeone (usually white) who was opposed to the abolition of slavery (Missouri, 1860s)historical
EmberizidssnowflakeEnglishverbTo fall in the manner of a snowflake.
EmberizidssnowflakeEnglishverbTo arrange (data) into a snowflake schema.computing databases engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
EmotionsdepressioLatinnouna pressing down, a sinking down, a depressiondeclension-3
EmotionsdepressioLatinnoundepressionmedicine sciencesNew-Latin declension-3
EmotionsmopeEnglishverbTo carry oneself in a depressed, lackadaisical manner; to give oneself up to low spirits; to pout, sulk.intransitive
EmotionsmopeEnglishverbTo make spiritless and stupid.transitive
EmotionsmopeEnglishnounThe act of moping
EmotionsmopeEnglishnounA dull, spiritless person.archaic
EmotionsmopeEnglishnounA bottom feeder who "mopes" around a pornography studio hoping for his big break and often does bit parts in exchange for room and board and meager pay.
EmotionspassionEnglishnounA true desire sustained or prolonged.countable uncountable
EmotionspassionEnglishnounAny great, strong, powerful emotion, especially romantic love or extreme hate.countable uncountable
EmotionspassionEnglishnounFervor, determination.countable uncountable
EmotionspassionEnglishnounAn object of passionate or romantic love or strong romantic interest.countable uncountable
EmotionspassionEnglishnounSexual intercourse, especially when very emotional.countable uncountable
EmotionspassionEnglishnounThe suffering of Jesus leading up to and during his crucifixion.Christianitycapitalized countable uncountable usually
EmotionspassionEnglishnounA display, musical composition, or play meant to commemorate the suffering of Jesus.countable uncountable
EmotionspassionEnglishnounSuffering or enduring of imposed or inflicted pain; any suffering or distress.countable obsolete uncountable
EmotionspassionEnglishnounThe state of being acted upon; subjection to an external agent or influence; a passive conditioncountable obsolete uncountable
EmotionspassionEnglishnounThe capacity of being affected by external agents; susceptibility of impressions from external agents.countable obsolete uncountable
EmotionspassionEnglishnounAn innate attribute, property, or quality of a thing.countable obsolete uncountable
EmotionspassionEnglishnounDisorder of the mind; madness.countable obsolete uncountable
EmotionspassionEnglishverbTo suffer pain or sorrow; to experience a passion; to be extremely agitated.obsolete
EmotionspassionEnglishverbTo give a passionate character to.transitive
EmotionspudensLatinadjshameful, shamefaced, bashful, shy, modestdeclension-3 one-termination
EmotionspudensLatinadjchastedeclension-3 one-termination
EmotionspudensLatinverbpresent active participle of pudeōactive declension-3 form-of one-termination participle present
EmotionstlahuelliClassical Nahuatlnounanger, fury
EmotionstlahuelliClassical Nahuatlnounindignation
EmotionsפֿאַרקלעמטYiddishadjdepressed, distraught
EmotionsפֿאַרקלעמטYiddishadjchoked up, extremely emotional, on the verge of tears
EmotionsפֿאַרקלעמטYiddishadjgrieving
EnglishინგლისურიGeorgianadjEnglish (inanimate things and non-human animals)
EnglishინგლისურიGeorgiannameEnglish language
EntomologycocoonEnglishnounThe silky protective case spun by the larvae of some insects in which they metamorphose, the pupa.
EntomologycocoonEnglishnounAny similar protective case, whether real or metaphorical.
EntomologycocoonEnglishverbTo envelop in a protective case.transitive
EntomologycocoonEnglishverbTo withdraw into such a case.intransitive
Equatorial GuineaEquatoguineanEnglishadjEquatorial Guinean
Equatorial GuineaEquatoguineanEnglishnounAn Equatorial Guinean.
EquidskavaloIdonounhorse (stallion or mare)
EquidskavaloIdonounknightboard-games chess games
Ericales order plantstitiEnglishnounA New World monkey of the genus Callicebus, native to South America, distinguished by their long soft fur.
Ericales order plantstitiEnglishnounMutton bird.New-Zealand
Ericales order plantstitiEnglishnounA tree of the southern United States (Cliftonia monophylla) having glossy leaves and racemes of fragrant white flowers succeeded by one-seeded drupes.
Ericales order plantstitiEnglishnounAny tree of the related genus Cyrilla.
EstoniaEstonianEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to the country of Estonia, its people or their language.not-comparable
EstoniaEstonianEnglishnounA person of the indigenous ethnic group of Estonia or someone descended from such people.countable
EstoniaEstonianEnglishnounAny person from Estonia or someone descended from such people.countable rare
EstoniaEstonianEnglishnounThe Uralic language that is the official language of Estonia.uncountable
EthnonymsCarmelEnglishnameA mountain range in Israel.
EthnonymsCarmelEnglishnameA female given name from Hebrew from the Roman Catholic epithet of Virgin Mary at Mount Carmel.
EthnonymsCarmelEnglishnameA city, valley, and river in Monterey County, California, United States. The full name of the city is Carmel-by-the-Sea.
EthnonymsCarmelEnglishnameOne name for the mission located in Monterey County, California.
EthnonymsCarmelEnglishnameThe Rumsen; the Native American people of this Monterey region.dated
EthnonymsCarmelEnglishnameRumsen; the language of those people.dated
EthnonymsCarmelEnglishnameA city in Hamilton County, Indiana.
EthnonymsCarmelEnglishnameA town in Penobscot County, Maine.
EthnonymsCarmelEnglishnameA town in Putnam County, New York, United States.
EthnonymsCarmelEnglishnameA hamlet and census-designated place, the county seat of Putnam County, New York, United States.
EthnonymsCarmelEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Highland County, Ohio.
EthnonymsCarmelEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Preston County, West Virginia.
EthnonymsCarmelEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Waupaca County, Wisconsin.
EthnonymsCarmelEnglishnameA suburb of Perth, Australia.
EthnonymsCarmelenoEnglishnounThe Rumsen people.plural plural-only
EthnonymsCarmelenoEnglishnameThe Rumsen language.
EthnonymsNorwegianEnglishnounA native of Norway.countable uncountable
EthnonymsNorwegianEnglishnounA kind of fishing boat on the Great Lakes of North America.countable uncountable
EthnonymsNorwegianEnglishnounThe language of Norway, which has two official forms (written standards): Bokmål and Nynorsk.uncountable
EthnonymsNorwegianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Norway (the country)
EthnonymsNorwegianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Norwegian people
EthnonymsNorwegianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Norwegian language
EthnonymsPersianEnglishnounThe Persian language, or a family of languages spoken primarily in Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan.uncountable
EthnonymsPersianEnglishnounA person from Persia.countable
EthnonymsPersianEnglishnounA person of Persian descent.countable
EthnonymsPersianEnglishnounAn Iranian.countable historical uncountable
EthnonymsPersianEnglishnounA Persian cat.countable uncountable
EthnonymsPersianEnglishnounA pastry local to the Thunder Bay region in Canada often compared to either a cinnamon bun or a donut topped with pink icing.Canada countable uncountable
EthnonymsPersianEnglishnounA sheep of the Blackhead Persian breed.countable uncountable
EthnonymsPersianEnglishnounA thin silk fabric, formerly used for linings.countable uncountable
EthnonymsPersianEnglishnounAny of a set of male figures used instead of columns to support an entablature.architecturecountable uncountable
EthnonymsPersianEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to Persia.
EthnonymsPersianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Persian people.
EthnonymsPersianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Persian language.
EthnonymsPersianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Persius (Roman writer)
EthnonymsWyandotEnglishnounA member of a Native American people, formed from the Huron confederacy, that lived in and around Ohio.
EthnonymsWyandotEnglishnameSynonym of Wyandots; a Native American pepple
EthnonymsWyandotEnglishnameThe now-extinct Iroquoian language of this people.
EthnonymsWyandotEnglishnameA placename / An unincorporated community in Wyandot County, Ohio, United States
EthnonymsWyandotEnglishnameA placename / Ellipsis of Wyandot County.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
ExplosivesnitroEnglishnounthe univalent NO₂ functional group.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesuncountable
ExplosivesnitroEnglishnounnitroglycerin, especially as medication.informal uncountable
ExplosivesnitroEnglishnounA beer that is nitrogenated to give it a more creamy head.countable informal
ExplosivesnitroEnglishnounnitromethane.informal uncountable
ExplosivesnitroEnglishnounnitrogen, especially as liquid nitrogen.informal uncountable
ExplosivesnitroEnglishadjContaining the nitro group.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesnot-comparable
Extinct languagesUnamiEnglishnounA Native American people, one of the three main divisions of the Lenape Nation.plural plural-only
Extinct languagesUnamiEnglishnameThe now-extinct Lenape/Delaware language of these people.
Fabeae tribe plantsvetchlingEnglishnounA leguminous climbing plant, notably: / Lathyrus pratensis.
Fabeae tribe plantsvetchlingEnglishnounA leguminous climbing plant, notably: / any other member of genus Lathyrus.
FabricsbaizeEnglishnounA thick, soft, usually woolen cloth resembling felt; often colored green and used for coverings on card tables, billiard and snooker tables, etc.countable uncountable
FabricsbaizeEnglishnounA coarse woolen material with a long nap; usually dyed in plain colors.countable dated uncountable
FabricsbaizeEnglishverbTo cover or line with baize.
FabricsfearnaughtEnglishnounA fearless person.
FabricsfearnaughtEnglishnounA stout woolen cloth of great thickness; dreadnought
FabricsfearnaughtEnglishnounA warm garment, especially one made of this cloth.broadly
FabricshoundstoothEnglishnounA two-colour fabric pattern of broken checks.
FabricshoundstoothEnglishnounFabric with a houndstooth pattern; an item of clothing made with such fabric.
FamilyallieMiddle EnglishnounThe state of having marital or family relations or linkage.
FamilyallieMiddle EnglishnounA member of one's family; one of one's kin or relatives.
FamilyallieMiddle EnglishnounOne's kin or relatives as a collective or group.
FamilyallieMiddle EnglishnounSimilarity or relation; the state of being similar to another.
FamilyallieMiddle EnglishnounAn ally, confederate, or compatriot; one in an alliance.
FamilyallieMiddle EnglishnounA pact of friendship; the state of being allied.rare
FamilybacanakTurkishnounhusband of one's wife's sister, co-brother-in-law
FamilybacanakTurkishnounbuddy, friendcolloquial
FamilybastardMiddle Englishnounan illegitimate child, especially a noble one; a bastard
FamilybastardMiddle Englishnouna kind of fortified wine, often with spices added
FamilybastardMiddle Englishnouna heretic or sinner; one separated from one's deityrare
FamilybastardMiddle Englishnouna dog that isn't purebred; a mutt or mongrelrare
FamilybastardMiddle Englishnouna botanical tendril or offshootrare
FamilybastardMiddle Englishadjcoming not from wedlock, coming from bastardy; illegitimate
FamilybastardMiddle Englishadjlow-quality, inferior, imitation; of bad manufacture
FamilybastardMiddle Englishadjnot purebred; of mixed lineagerare
FamilybastardMiddle Englishadjmade using or incorporating fortified winerare
FamilybastardMiddle Englishadjwrong, erroneous, incorrectrare
FamilybayawHiligaynonnounbrother-in-law; sister-in-law
FamilybayawHiligaynonverbto raise, lift
FamilybayawHiligaynonverbto exalt
FamilyfamiliMalaynounfamily (father, mother and their sons and daughters)
FamilyfamiliMalaynounfamily (group of people related by blood, marriage, law, or custom)
FamilyfamiliMalaynounfamily, organism class category ranking below order and above genusbiology natural-sciences taxonomy
FamilykukuMapudungunnounpaternal grandmotherRaguileo-Alphabet
FamilykukuMapudungunnoungrandchildRaguileo-Alphabet
FamilytätiFinnishnounaunt (mother's or father's sister)
FamilytätiFinnishnounaunt (the wife of an uncle, paternal as well as maternal)colloquial
FamilytätiFinnishnounany woman other than the close relativeschildish
FamilytätiFinnishnounany older, but usually not very old woman (mummo)colloquial
FamilyyarunguYindjibarndinounwife's sister, sister-in-law
FamilyyarunguYindjibarndinounbrother's wife
FamilyyarunguYindjibarndinounhusband's brother, brother-in-law
FamilyyarunguYindjibarndinounsister's husband
FamilyJapanesecharactermangrade-4-kanji kanji
FamilyJapanesecharacterhusbandgrade-4-kanji kanji
FamilyJapanesecharacterthat, thosegrade-4-kanji kanji
FamilyJapanesenounhusband
FamilyJapanesenounspouse, consort
Family membersstepchildEnglishnounThe child of one's spouse but not one's own.
Family membersstepchildEnglishnounA bereaved child; one who has lost father or mother.obsolete
Fans (people)HarrieEnglishnameA male given name.
Fans (people)HarrieEnglishnounA fan of English singer, songwriter, and actor Harry Styles (born 1994).slang
Fans (people)WhovianEnglishnounA fan of the British science-fiction television programme Doctor Who.lifestyleslang
Fans (people)WhovianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the fictional universe of Doctor Who.
Fans (people)crust punkEnglishnounA subgenre of punk rock, derived from hardcore punk with extreme metal elements, often with pessimistic lyrics about political and social ills.uncountable
Fans (people)crust punkEnglishnounA fan of that genre.countable
FarewellsGodspeedEnglishintjUsed, especially at a parting, to express the wish that the outcome of the actions of a person (typically someone about to start a journey or a daring endeavour) is positive for them.literary
FarewellsGodspeedEnglishnounThe wishing of someone a smooth journey, or success, especially at a parting; (countable) a statement expressing this.literary uncountable
FarewellsGodspeedEnglishnounChiefly in in the Godspeed of: the most important part of something, or point at which something happens; also, the last minute or last moment.archaic countable figuratively literary uncountable
FarewellsGodspeedEnglishnounIn back of Godspeed: a distant, remote, or unknown place.countable figuratively literary uncountable
FarewellsառայժմArmenianadvfor now, for the present, for the time being
FarewellsառայժմArmenianintjgood bye!
FashionchicEnglishadjElegant, stylish.
FashionchicEnglishnounGood form; style.uncountable
FashionchicEnglishnounA person with (a particular type of) chic.countable
FashionchicEnglishnounA kind of ritual buffoon or clown in Yucatec Maya culture.
Fats and oilsoilEnglishnounLiquid fat.countable uncountable
Fats and oilsoilEnglishnounpetroleum-based liquid used as fuel or lubricant.countable uncountable
Fats and oilsoilEnglishnounpetroleumcountable uncountable
Fats and oilsoilEnglishnounAn oil painting.countable
Fats and oilsoilEnglishnounOil paint.countable uncountable
Fats and oilsoilEnglishnounContaining oil, conveying oil; intended for or capable of containing oil.attributive countable uncountable
Fats and oilsoilEnglishverbTo lubricate with oil.transitive
Fats and oilsoilEnglishverbTo grease with oil for cooking.transitive
FearభయానకముTelugunounfear, terror.
FearభయానకముTelugunounone of the nine rasas or emotions excited by poetical or dramatic compositions, the terror-striking.
FearభయానకముTeluguadjterrible, terrific, fearful, formidable, frightful, dreadful, alarming.
FecesbullshitEnglishnounFeces produced by a bull.literally uncountable vulgar
FecesbullshitEnglishnounStatements that are false or exaggerated to impress or cheat the listener.slang uncountable vulgar
FecesbullshitEnglishnounStatements that are transparently or offensively false.slang uncountable vulgar
FecesbullshitEnglishnounStatements that are intentionally misleading, whether true or not.rhetoric uncountable
FecesbullshitEnglishnounStatements made without regard for their truth value.human-sciences philosophy sciencesuncountable
FecesbullshitEnglishnounSynonym of shit (in its sense of any stuff, especially when viewed negatively or with collegial vulgarity).slang uncountable vulgar
FecesbullshitEnglishnounA card game in which players try to discard their hands first, following rules that encourage bluffing, calling others' bluffs, and penalizing others by tricking them into inaccurate accusations.card-games gamespossibly uncountable vulgar
FecesbullshitEnglishadjabsurd, irrational, or nonsensical (Most often said of speech, information, or content.)slang vulgar
FecesbullshitEnglishverbTo tell lies, exaggerate; to mislead; to deceive.intransitive slang transitive vulgar
FecesbullshitEnglishverbTo have casual conversation with no real point; to shoot the breeze.intransitive slang vulgar
FecesbullshitEnglishverbTo come up with on the spot; to improvise.intransitive slang vulgar
FecesbullshitEnglishintjAn expression of disbelief at what one has just heard.slang vulgar
FecesdritMiddle Englishnounexcrement, fecesuncountable
FecesdritMiddle Englishnoundirt, filthuncountable
FecesdritMiddle Englishnounsordidness, worthlessnessfiguratively uncountable
FelidslauvaLatviannounlion in general (Panthera leo)dative declension-4 feminine masculine singular
FelidslauvaLatviannounspecifically, a male liondative declension-4 feminine masculine singular
FemalewomanticEnglishadjOf or relating to womance.informal
FemalewomanticEnglishadjPronunciation spelling of romantic, suggesting a speech defect.alt-of pronunciation-spelling
Femaleа̄гирисьMansinounlittle girl
Femaleа̄гирисьMansinoundaughter
FemaleตัวThainounself.
FemaleตัวThainounfigure; form; shape; body; embodiment.
FemaleตัวThainounfigure, number; character; letter.
FemaleตัวThainounmain part; material part; essence.
FemaleตัวThainounused as a prefix to indicate the state of being, of having a form, or of being an individual, animal, object, etc.
FemaleตัวThainoun(อี~) prostitute.derogatory offensive slang
FemaleตัวThaiprona second person pronoun, used to address a person of equal or lower status: you.
FemaleตัวThaiclassifierClassifier for animals. ⇒ all nouns using this classifier
FemaleตัวThaiclassifierClassifier for digits, letters, and certain objects. ⇒ all nouns using this classifier
FemaleตัวThaiclassifierClassifier for certain nouns prefixed with ตัว. ⇒ all nouns using this classifier
Female animalswerksterDutchnounmaid (house cleaner)feminine
Female animalswerksterDutchnounfemale workerfeminine uncommon
Female animalswerksterDutchnounworker female among eusocial insectsfeminine
Female family membersmammBretonnounmotherfeminine
Female family membersmammBretonnounfemale (animal)feminine
Female family membersmammBretonnounwombfeminine
Female peopleOLimburgishcharacterThe fifteenth letter of the Limburgish alphabet, written in the Latin script.letter uppercase
Female peopleOLimburgishnouneyeanatomy medicine sciencesneuter
Female peopleOLimburgishnoungerm, bud; eye (potato)neuter
Female peopleOLimburgishnoundot, pip, spotneuter
Female peopleOLimburgishnouneyeneuter of a cyclonic storm
Female peopleOLimburgishnounold womanfeminine
FeminismcounterfeministEnglishadjantifeminist
FeminismcounterfeministEnglishnounAn antifeminist.
Fernssea spleenwortEnglishnounThe fern Asplenium marinum.
Fernssea spleenwortEnglishnounThe hydroid Thuiaria articulata.
Fictional abilitiestime travelEnglishnounTravel to the past or the future, typically by means of a time machine or a wormhole.literature media publishing science-fictionuncountable
Fictional abilitiestime travelEnglishnounThe ability to access previous states of a database.computing databases engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesuncountable
Fictional locationsCuckistanEnglishnameA fictional country jokingly held to border and constantly be at war with the fictional alt-right nation of Kekistan.Internet
Fictional locationsCuckistanEnglishnameA fictional country jokingly held to border and constantly be at war with the fictional alt-right nation of Kekistan. / Canada.Internet specific
FifteenfifteenerEnglishnounA film assigned an age rating of 15, those under 15 not being permitted to view it.UK informal
FifteenfifteenerEnglishnounA book printed in the 15th century.bibliography computing engineering human-sciences information-science mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesinformal
Figure skatingchackEnglishverbTo toss up the head frequently, as a horse to avoid the restraint of the bridle.
Figure skatingchackEnglishverbTo not broadcast a medal-winning or otherwise memorable or crucial figure skating performance. This only occurs in a live broadcast because the network has to decide which programs to show and which to cut in the interest of time. If a skater is low in the rankings and several big names are set to skate later, that performance may be cut.
Figure skatingchackEnglishverbOf birds: to make a sudden harsh call.
Figure skatingchackEnglishnounA snack or light hasty meal.
FilmbiografDanishnounmovie theatercommon-gender
FilmbiografDanishnounbiographercommon-gender
FinancefinancierEnglishnounA person who, as a profession, profits from large financial transactions.
FinancefinancierEnglishnounA company that does the same.
FinancefinancierEnglishnounOne charged with the administration of finance; an officer who administers the public revenue; a treasurer.
FinancefinancierEnglishnounA light, spongy teacake, usually based on almond flour or flavoring.
FinancefinancierEnglishnounA traditional French (Ragoût à la Financière) or Piemontese (Finanziera alla piemontese) rich sauce or ragout, made with coxcomb, wattles, cock's testicles, chicken livers and a variety of other ingredients.
FinancefinancierEnglishverbTo carry out financial transactions; to finance something.intransitive transitive
FingerspinkyEnglishadjPinkish.
FingerspinkyEnglishnounMethylated spirits mixed with red wine or Condy's crystals.Australia historical slang uncountable
FingerspinkyEnglishnounA baby mouse, especially when used as food for a snake, etc.countable uncountable
FingerspinkyEnglishnounA white person.countable ethnic offensive slang slur uncountable
FingerspinkyEnglishnounThe Australasian snapper or pink snapper (Chrysophrys auratus).Australia countable informal uncountable
FingerspinkyEnglishnounA kind of fishing schooner of New England.countable historical uncountable
FingerspinkyEnglishnounThe smallest finger or toe of a hand or foot.Australia Canada Scotland US informal
FingerspinkyEnglishadjwinking
Finnish cardinal numbersseitsemänFinnishnumseven
Finnish cardinal numbersseitsemänFinnishnumused idiomatically with sen to suggest a great numberfiguratively
FirearmsthunderboxEnglishnounA chamber pot enclosed in a box; a portable commode.slang
FirearmsthunderboxEnglishnounAny lavatory or toilet, especially a rudimentary outdoor latrine or toilet, or an outhouse.Australia Britain broadly slang
FirearmsthunderboxEnglishnounA box of metal balls which is shaken to create a thunder sound effect.entertainment lifestyle theater
FirearmsthunderboxEnglishnounA blunderbuss; also, a cannon.government military politics warobsolete
FirefightingbackburnEnglishnounA controlled burn, lit in the path of a wildfire, in order to deprive it of combustible material.
FirefightingbackburnEnglishverbTo light a fire for this reason.
FishFëschLuxembourgishnounfishmasculine
FishFëschLuxembourgishnounPisces (constellation and astrological sign)masculine
FishfrogfishEnglishnounAny of several benthic anglerfish, of the family Antennariidae, having a frog-like mouth with a lure.
FishfrogfishEnglishnounAny of the benthic ray-finned fish of the family Batrachoididae (the sole family of order Batrachoidiformes), which are ambush predators and have a toad-like appearance.
FishfrogfishEnglishnounAny fish of genus Lophius.archaic
FishloddeDanishnouncapelin, Mallotus villosuscommon-gender
FishloddeDanishverbsound (to probe)
FishloddeDanishverbplumb
FishloddeDanishverbgauge, test
FishloddeDanishverbfathom
FishloddeDanishverbsolder (to join with solder)
FishwhitefishEnglishnounAny of many fish. / Any of several North American freshwater fish, of the genus Coregonus, used as food.
FishwhitefishEnglishnounAny of many fish. / Any of several other fish, such as whiting (Merlangius merlangus) or menhaden (Brevoortia spp. and Ethmidium spp.).
FishwhitefishEnglishnounAny of many fish. / Any of several species of demersal fish with fins, particularly cod, whiting, and haddock, as opposed to the oily or pelagic fishes.cooking fishing food hobbies lifestyle
FishwhitefishEnglishnounThe beluga (both the sturgeon and the whale)
FishwhitefishEnglishverbTo fish for whitefish.
FishxiphiasLatinnouna swordfish, Xiphias gladiusdeclension-1
FishxiphiasLatinnouna sword-shaped cometdeclension-1
FishκολοφώνAncient Greeknouna summit, top, finishing
FishκολοφώνAncient Greeknouna type of playing ball
FishκολοφώνAncient Greeknounjackdaw, daw, grackle
FishκολοφώνAncient Greeknouna type of sea fish
FishingbalıkçılıkTurkishnounfishery (activity)
FishingbalıkçılıkTurkishnounfishery (company)
Flagsকালো পতাকাBengalinounblack flag, as shown to someone as a mark of dissent or protest
Flagsকালো পতাকাBengalinounused other than figuratively or idiomatically: see কালো (kalō), পতাকা (potaka)
FlaxlinnenDutchnounLinen, a cloth made from flax.neuter uncountable
FlaxlinnenDutchnounSomething made of linen.countable neuter
FlaxlinnenDutchadjMade of linen.not-comparable
FlowerscoralberryEnglishnounA species of bromeliad, Aechmea fulgens, of Brazil, and which is often used as an ornamental plant.countable uncountable
FlowerscoralberryEnglishnounAmerican winterberry, Ilex verticillata.countable uncountable
FlowerscoralberryEnglishnounSymphoricarpos orbiculatus, of eastern North America.countable uncountable
FlowerscoralberryEnglishnounArdisia crenata of east Asia.countable uncountable
FlowersneļķeLatviannouncarnationdeclension-5 feminine
FlowersneļķeLatviannounpink (flower)declension-5 feminine
FlowersกำบังThaiverbAlternative form of บัง (bang)alt-of alternative formal
FlowersกำบังThaiadjsheltered; screened; invisible; unseeable; prevented from being seen; hidden from view.formal
FlowersกำบังThainounbunch of flowers: bouquet, nosegay, posy, etc.poetic
FoghazeEnglishnounVery fine solid particles (smoke, dust) or liquid droplets (moisture) suspended in the air, slightly limiting visibility. (Compare fog, mist.)uncountable usually
FoghazeEnglishnounA reduction of transparency of a clear gas or liquid.uncountable usually
FoghazeEnglishnounAn analogous dullness on a surface that is ideally highly reflective or transparent.uncountable usually
FoghazeEnglishnounAny state suggestive of haze in the atmosphere, such as mental confusion or vagueness of memory.figuratively uncountable usually
FoghazeEnglishnounThe degree of cloudiness or turbidity in a clear glass or plastic, measured in percent.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesuncountable usually
FoghazeEnglishnounAny substance causing turbidity in beer or wine.beverages brewing business food lifestyle manufacturingcountable usually
FoghazeEnglishverbTo be or become hazy, or thick with haze.
FoghazeEnglishverbTo perform an unpleasant initiation ritual upon a usually non-consenting individual, especially freshmen to a closed community such as a college fraternity or military unit.US informal
FoghazeEnglishverbTo oppress or harass by forcing to do hard and unnecessary work.
FoghazeEnglishverbIn a rodeo, to assist the bulldogger by keeping (the steer) running in a straight line.transitive
FoghazeEnglishverbTo use aversive stimuli on (a wild animal, such as a bear) to encourage it to keep its distance from humans.transitive
Food and drinknorisshementMiddle EnglishnounSustenance, nourishment.rare
Food and drinknorisshementMiddle EnglishnounEducation, raising.rare
Foodsblanched almondEnglishnounPartly cooked almonds (nuts).countable uncountable
Foodsblanched almondEnglishnounA subtle yellow shade or hue, like that of blanched almonds.countable uncountable
Foodsblanched almondEnglishadjOf a subtle yellow shade or hue, like that of blanched almonds.not-comparable
FoodsisiciumLatinnounminced meat, forcemeat / rissole, meatball or mincemeat pattydeclension-2 specifically
FoodsisiciumLatinnounminced meat, forcemeat / stuffed meat, sausageMedieval-Latin declension-2
FoodsixcaClassical Nahuatlverbto bake somethingtransitive
FoodsixcaClassical Nahuatlverbto fire potterytransitive
FoodsmeeEnglishpronObsolete form of me.alt-of obsolete personal pronoun
FoodsmeeEnglishpronobsolete emphatic of mealt-of emphatic obsolete personal pronoun
FoodsmeeEnglishnounNoodles, or a dish containing noodles.cooking food lifestyleMalaysia Singapore countable uncountable
FoodspaunRomanschnounbreadPuter Rumantsch-Grischun Sursilvan masculine
FoodspaunRomanschnounloaf of breadPuter Rumantsch-Grischun Sursilvan masculine
FoodssujukEnglishnounA dry, spicy sausage eaten from the Balkans to the Middle East and Central Asia. Consists of ground meat (usually beef), with various spices including cumin, sumac, garlic, salt, and red pepper, fed into a sausage casing and allowed to dry for several weeks.countable uncountable
FoodssujukEnglishnounA sausage-shaped confection, made from walnuts sewn onto a string, and dipped in thickened grape must and dried.countable uncountable
Footwearmoon bootEnglishnounA type of footwear made popular in the 1970s, with a thin rubber outsole and no distinct left or right feet.
Footwearmoon bootEnglishnounA large hard plastic covering, used to protect a broken foot or ankle while it heals.Australia informal
FowlsfirebackEnglishnounAny of certain species of pheasant in the genus Lophura.
FowlsfirebackEnglishnounA piece of iron that fits into the back of a fireplace to distribute the heat and keep the brick from cracking.
FruitsAsian pearEnglishnounA fruit from species of pear from northeastern Asia, known better for their crisp, juicy texture than for their flavor / a apple pear or Chinese pear (Pyrus pyrifolia)
FruitsAsian pearEnglishnounA fruit from species of pear from northeastern Asia, known better for their crisp, juicy texture than for their flavor / a Chinese white pear (Pyrus × bretschneideri)
FruitsHielennerLuxembourgishnounelder (tree)masculine
FruitsHielennerLuxembourgishnounelderberrymasculine
FruitsabiuEnglishnounA South American tropical fruit tree, Pouteria caimito.
FruitsabiuEnglishnounThe fruit of this tree.
FruitskaongCebuanonounthe sugar palm (Arenga pinnata); an economically important feather palm native to tropical Asia
FruitskaongCebuanonounthe immature fruit of this tree used as a fruit preserve
FruitsmayappleEnglishnounA fruit-bearing flowering plant with poisonous roots, native to eastern North America, taxonomic name Podophyllum peltatum.
FruitsmayappleEnglishnounThe fruit of the plant Podophyllum peltatum.
FruitspecheMiddle EnglishnounA peach (fruit of the tree Prunus persica)
FruitspecheMiddle EnglishnounA peach tree.rare
FruitswolleMiddle Englishnounwool (coat of sheep), especially when used to make fabric
FruitswolleMiddle EnglishnounShorn wool, especially stockpiled in bulk.
FruitswolleMiddle EnglishnounWoollen garments or clothing; woolwear.
FruitswolleMiddle EnglishnounSheepskin; the skin of sheep.
FruitswolleMiddle EnglishnounOther woolen goods; woollens.rare
FruitswolleMiddle EnglishnounOther fibres (substituting wool)rare
FruitswolleMiddle EnglishnounThe flesh or innards of fruit.rare
FruitsолмаEastern Mariadjbeautiful, ruddyfiguratively
FruitsолмаEastern Marinounapplebiology botany natural-sciences
FruitsگرجهPersiannounplumShiraz dialectal
FruitsگرجهPersiannoungreengageShiraz dialectal
FruitsگرجهPersiannountomatoShiraz dialectal
FruitsडाळिंबMarathinounpomegranate (tree)
FruitsडाळिंबMarathinounpomegranate (fruit)
FruitsਫਲPunjabinounfruit
FruitsਫਲPunjabinounresult, outcome
FungisaccharomyceteEnglishnounA yeast fungus
FungisaccharomyceteEnglishnounA yeast of the genus Saccharomycetes
FungisieniLivvinounfungus
FungisieniLivvinounmushroom
FurniturecradelMiddle EnglishnounA cradle (bed for babies)
FurniturecradelMiddle EnglishnounA rack or frame.broadly
GaitssashayEnglishnounA chassé.
GaitssashayEnglishnounA sequence of sideways steps in a circle in square dancing.
GaitssashayEnglishverbTo walk casually, showily or in a flirty manner; to strut, swagger or flounce.intransitive
GaitssashayEnglishverbTo chassé when dancing.intransitive
GaitssashayEnglishverbTo move sideways.intransitive
GaitsscuffleEnglishnounA rough, disorderly fight or struggle at close quarters.
GaitsscuffleEnglishnounPoverty; struggle.slang
GaitsscuffleEnglishnounA child's pinafore or bib.archaic
GaitsscuffleEnglishverbTo fight or struggle confusedly at close quarters.intransitive
GaitsscuffleEnglishverbTo walk with a shuffling gait.intransitive
GaitsscuffleEnglishverbTo make a living with difficulty, getting by on a low income, to struggle financially.slang
GaitsscuffleEnglishnounA Dutch hoe, manipulated by both pushing and pulling.
GamescharadesEnglishnounplural of charadeform-of plural
GamescharadesEnglishnounA game in which each player acts out a word or phrase, usually based on puns of each syllable and without speaking, for the others to guess.uncountable
GenderF2MEnglishnounAlternative form of FTM (“female-to-male (transgender person)”)alt-of alternative
GenderF2MEnglishadjAlternative form of FTM (“female-to-male (transgender)”)alt-of alternative not-comparable
GenderFTMEnglishadjInitialism of female-to-male (transgender or transsexual).abbreviation alt-of initialism not-comparable
GenderFTMEnglishnounAbbreviation of first-time mom/mother/mum.abbreviation alt-of
GenderFTMEnglishnounAn FTM person.LGBT lifestyle sexuality
GenderFTMEnglishnounInitialism of freedom to marry (marriage equality).abbreviation alt-of initialism
GenderFTMEnglishprep_phraseInitialism of for that matter.abbreviation alt-of initialism
Gendertrans-EnglishprefixExtending across, through, or over.morpheme
Gendertrans-EnglishprefixTo or on the other side of, beyond; outside of.morpheme
Gendertrans-EnglishprefixA compound in which two atoms or groups are situated on opposite sides of some plane of symmetry passing through the compound. (Also used without the hyphen as an adjective; see trans.)chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesmorpheme
Gendertrans-EnglishprefixTransgender or transsexual, or pertaining to those who are transgender or transsexual.morpheme
Genisteae tribe plantswhinEnglishnounGorse; furze (Ulex spp.).countable uncountable
Genisteae tribe plantswhinEnglishnounThe plant woad-waxen (Genista tinctoria).countable uncountable
Genisteae tribe plantswhinEnglishnounWhinstone.
GenitalianookEnglishnounA small corner formed by two walls; an alcove.
GenitalianookEnglishnounA hidden or secluded spot; a secluded retreat.
GenitalianookEnglishnounA recess, cove or hollow.
GenitalianookEnglishnounAn English unit of land area, originally ¹⁄₄ of a yardland but later 12+¹⁄₂ or 20 acres.historical
GenitalianookEnglishnounA corner of a piece of land; an angled piece of land, especially one extending into other land.Northern-England archaic
GenitalianookEnglishnounThe vagina-like genitalia of a troll, featured in Homestuck fanworks but not in canon.vulgar
GenitalianookEnglishverbTo withdraw into a nook.
GenitalianookEnglishverbTo situate in a nook.
GenitaliawhangEnglishverbTo make a noise like something moving quickly through the air.of an object
GenitaliawhangEnglishverbTo throw with a rapid slamming motion.informal transitive
GenitaliawhangEnglishverbTo whack or beat.Britain Scotland US dialectal slang
GenitaliawhangEnglishverbTo slice, especially into large pieces; to chop.Scotland
GenitaliawhangEnglishnounA blow; a whack.colloquial dialectal
GenitaliawhangEnglishnounA large piece or slice; a chunk.Britain Scotland colloquial dialectal
GenitaliawhangEnglishnounA house-cleaning party.US dated dialectal
GenitaliawhangEnglishnounA leather thong.UK US dated dialectal informal
GenitaliawhangEnglishnounThe penis.slang
Genitalia金玉Japanesenoungold and jade
Genitalia金玉Japanesenounsomething valuable and expensive
Genitalia金玉Japanesenoun金玉: (uncommon) a golden ball
Genitalia金玉Japanesenoun金玉, 睾丸: (slang, mildly vulgar) balls, testicles, bollocks, nuts
Genitalia金玉Japanesenoun金玉: (slang, mildly vulgar) a boy
Genitalia金玉Japanesenoun金玉: (uncommon) alternative name for 金柑 (kinkan, “kumquat”)
GeographyܣܦܪܐClassical Syriacnounwritings
GeographyܣܦܪܐClassical Syriacnoundocument, scroll
GeographyܣܦܪܐClassical Syriacnounbook
GeographyܣܦܪܐClassical Syriacnounliterature
GeographyܣܦܪܐClassical Syriacnounletters, characters
GeographyܣܦܪܐClassical Syriacnounspeech, language
GeographyܣܦܪܐClassical Syriacnounscribe, writer
GeographyܣܦܪܐClassical Syriacnounclerk
GeographyܣܦܪܐClassical Syriacnounlawyer, notary
GeographyܣܦܪܐClassical Syriacnounmaster, schoolmaster, teacher, doctor
GeographyܣܦܪܐClassical Syriacnounone learned in sacred scriptures
GeographyܣܦܪܐClassical Syriacnounshearer, barber
GeographyܣܦܪܐClassical Syriacnounshore, coast
GeographyܣܦܪܐClassical Syriacnounriverbank
GeographyܣܦܪܐClassical Syriacnounborder
GeographyܣܦܪܐClassical Syriacnounedge, margin
GeographyܣܦܪܐClassical Syriacnouncorner
GeologypurkautuvaFinnishverbpresent active participle of purkautuaactive form-of participle present
GeologypurkautuvaFinnishadjextrusive, extruding
GermanyRuraLatinnameThe river Ruhr in Germanydeclension-1 feminine singular
GermanyRuraLatinnameThe river Rur/Roer in Belgium, Germany and the Netherlandsdeclension-1 feminine singular
Ginger family plantsgrains of paradiseEnglishnounThe seeds or seed capsules of Aframomum melegueta, used as a medicine and spice, especially as a substitute for black pepper and in flavoring alcoholic beverages.plural plural-normally
Ginger family plantsgrains of paradiseEnglishnounAframomum melegueta itself, a herbaceous perennial plant native to the swamps of the West African coast.plural plural-normally uncommon
GodsⲑⲱⲟⲩⲧCopticnameThoth, the Egyptian god of knowledge, writing, magic, and the moon.Bohairic
GodsⲑⲱⲟⲩⲧCopticnameJanuary.Bohairic
Gossamer-winged butterfliescopperEnglishnounA reddish-brown, malleable, ductile metallic element with high electrical and thermal conductivity, symbol Cu, and atomic number 29.uncountable
Gossamer-winged butterfliescopperEnglishnounThe reddish-brown colour/color of copper.countable uncountable
Gossamer-winged butterfliescopperEnglishnounAny of various specialized items that are made of copper, where the use of copper is either traditional or vital to the function of the item. / A copper coin, typically of a small denomination, such as a penny.countable dated
Gossamer-winged butterfliescopperEnglishnounAny of various specialized items that are made of copper, where the use of copper is either traditional or vital to the function of the item. / A large pot, often used for heating water or washing clothes over a fire. In Australasia at least, it could also be a fixed installation made of copper, with a fire underneath and its own chimney. Generally made redundant by the advent of the washing machine.Australia UK countable dated uncountable
Gossamer-winged butterfliescopperEnglishnounAny of various specialized items that are made of copper, where the use of copper is either traditional or vital to the function of the item.countable dated
Gossamer-winged butterfliescopperEnglishnounAny of various lycaenid butterflies with copper-coloured upperwings, especially those of the genera Lycaena and Paralucia.biology entomology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
Gossamer-winged butterfliescopperEnglishadjMade of copper.
Gossamer-winged butterfliescopperEnglishadjHaving the reddish-brown colour/color of copper.
Gossamer-winged butterfliescopperEnglishverbTo sheathe or coat with copper.
Gossamer-winged butterfliescopperEnglishnounA police officer.government law-enforcementslang
GovernmentutenriksdepartementNorwegian BokmålnounMinistry of Foreign Affairs (in Norway)neuter
GovernmentutenriksdepartementNorwegian BokmålnounForeign Officein Britain neuter
GovernmentutenriksdepartementNorwegian BokmålnounDepartment of Statein USA neuter
GovernmentसरकारHindinoungovernmentuncountable
GovernmentसरकारHindinounthe government of a nationcountable
GrainskukurūzaLatviannouncorn, maize (plant of the species Zea mays)declension-4 feminine
GrainskukurūzaLatviannouncorn, maize (the seeds or grains of this plant, eaten as food)declension-4 feminine
Grape cultivarsProseccoEnglishnameA variety of white grape grown in the Veneto region of Italy.
Grape cultivarsProseccoEnglishnounA dry, slightly sparkling Italian white wine made from that grape.countable uncountable
GrapevinesողկույզArmeniannounbunch of grapes
GrapevinesողկույզArmeniannounbunch, cluster of other fruits or flowers growing on a single stalk
Graphical user interface👥TranslingualsymbolPeople.
Graphical user interface👥TranslingualsymbolRepresents multiple user profiles or contacts.computing engineering graphical-user-interface mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
GreecePheraeLatinnamea city of Thessaly and legendary residence of Admetus and Eumelusdeclension-1 feminine plural
GreecePheraeLatinnamea city of Messeniadeclension-1 feminine plural
Greek deitiesⲫⲟⲓⲃⲟⲥCopticnamePhoebus, an epithet of Apollo. Occasionally, used as the name of Apollo.
Greek deitiesⲫⲟⲓⲃⲟⲥCopticnamea male given name from Greek
Greek letter nameskoppaFinnishnounbasket
Greek letter nameskoppaFinnishnouncase, enclosuredialectal
Greek letter nameskoppaFinnishnouncase, crate (of a bottled drink)colloquial
Greek letter nameskoppaFinnishnounkoppa (former letter of the Greek alphabet)
GreensceladonEnglishnounA pale green colour, possibly tinted with gray.from the Ming Dynasty. Smithsonian Institution uncountable usually
GreensceladonEnglishnounA pale green Chinese glaze.from the Ming Dynasty. Smithsonian Institution uncountable usually
GreensceladonEnglishnounA ceramic ware with a pale green glaze.from the Ming Dynasty. Smithsonian Institution uncountable usually
GreensceladonEnglishadjOf a pale green colour tinted with gray.
GreensmignonetteEnglishnounA plant, Reseda odorata, having greyish-green flowers with orange-coloured stamens, and exhaling a delicious fragrance. In Africa it is a low shrub, but further north it is usually an annual herb.
GreensmignonetteEnglishnounA mignonette tree (Lawsonia inermis), source of the dye henna.
GreensmignonetteEnglishnounA mignonette vine
GreensmignonetteEnglishnounA greyish-green colour, like that of the flowers of the plant.
GreensmignonetteEnglishadjOf a greyish-green colour, like that of the flowers of the plant.
GreyspirauMalayadjgrey (colour)
GreyspirauMalaynoungrey (colour)
Gums and resinselemiEnglishnounA tree, Canarium luzonicum, native to the Philippines.countable uncountable
Gums and resinselemiEnglishnounA resin harvested from the tree.uncountable
HairCurlyEnglishnameA nickname for a person with curly hair
HairCurlyEnglishnameA nickname for a bald personhumorous
HairCurlyEnglishnameA male given name
Hairbody hairEnglishnounHair of the body; in particular, androgenic hair, to the exclusion of facial hair and the hair atop one's head.anatomy medicine sciencescountable uncountable
Hairbody hairEnglishnounAn individual strand of such hair.countable uncountable
HaircrinisLatinnounhair of the head, lock of hair, plumedeclension-3
HaircrinisLatinnountail of a cometdeclension-3
HairqueueEnglishnounA line of people, vehicles or other objects, usually one to be dealt with in sequence (i.e., the one at the front end is dealt with first, the one behind is dealt with next, and so on), and which newcomers join at the opposite end (the back).Australia Britain Ireland New-Zealand in North America uncommon
HairqueueEnglishnounA waiting list or other means of organizing people or objects into a first-come-first-served order.
HairqueueEnglishnounA data structure in which objects are added to one end, called the tail, and removed from the other, called the head (in the case of a FIFO queue). The term can also refer to a LIFO queue or stack where these ends coincide.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
HairqueueEnglishnounAn animal's tail.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politics
HairqueueEnglishnounA men's hairstyle with a braid or ponytail at the back of the head, such as that worn by men in Imperial China.historical
HairqueueEnglishverbTo put oneself or itself at the end of a waiting line.intransitive
HairqueueEnglishverbTo arrange themselves into a physical waiting queue.intransitive
HairqueueEnglishverbTo add to a queue data structure.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
HairqueueEnglishverbTo fasten the hair into a queue.
HairschaamhaarDutchnounA single pubic hair.countable neuter
HairschaamhaarDutchnounPubic hair, hairgrowth in the pubic region.collective neuter uncountable
HairпызыхKhakasnounmoustache
HairпызыхKhakasnounwhiskers
HairరోమముTelugunounhair (in general)anatomy medicine sciences
HairరోమముTelugunounhair on the body except on the head and face.
HairరోమముTelugunounwool.
Hawaiian male given namesLakaHawaiiannameA goddess of the hula.
Hawaiian male given namesLakaHawaiiannameA god of canoe makers, and a legendary hero.
Hawaiian male given namesLakaHawaiiannameA male and female given name.rare
HeadwearcoronetEnglishnounA small crown, such as is worn by a noble.
HeadwearcoronetEnglishnounThe ring of tissue between a horse's hoof and its leg.
HeadwearcoronetEnglishnounThe traditional lowest regular commissioned officer rank in the cavalry.
HeadwearcoronetEnglishnounAny of several hummingbirds in the genus Boissonneaua.
HeadwearcoronetEnglishnounA species of moth, Craniophora ligustri.
Heather family plantsteaberryEnglishnounA berry which is the fruit of a small shrub native to northeastern North America, Gaultheria procumbens (eastern teaberry, American wintergreen, boxberry, checkerberry).
Heather family plantsteaberryEnglishnounA pinkish-white edible berry which grows in the Falkland Islands, where the fruits are harvested annually by Islanders to make cakes, confectionary and pavlovas. On the South American mainland the leaves are brewed for tea (Myrteola nummularia).
Hemp family plantscannabisEnglishnounA tall annual dioecious plant (Cannabis, especially Cannabis sativa), native to central Asia and having alternate, palmately divided leaves and tough bast fibers.countable uncountable
Hemp family plantscannabisEnglishnounA mildly euphoriant or sedating, intoxicating hallucinogenic drug prepared from various parts of this plant.countable uncountable
Hemp family plantscannabisEnglishnounThe purified and decarboxylated resin of the cannabis plant used for medicinal purposes rather than for any intoxicating effects.countable uncountable
Hemp family plantshoneyberryEnglishnounEdible fruit of the mamoncillo (Melicoccus bijugatus), a soapberry which tastes like a mix of lychee and lime.
Hemp family plantshoneyberryEnglishnounEdible fruit of the blue-berried honeysuckle (Lonicera caerulea).
Hemp family plantshoneyberryEnglishnounEdible, sweet, dark purple fruit of the deciduous European nettle tree (Celtis australis).
HeraldrysurcoatEnglishnounA loose garment without sleeves worn over a suit of armor, sometimes colored or embroidered with the wearer's coat of arms.historical
HeraldrysurcoatEnglishnounAn overgarment worn over a woman's gown; a kind of short robe worn over the tunic at the close of the 11th century.historical
HerbsbanewortEnglishnounAtropa belladonna, deadly nightshade.uncountable
HerbsbanewortEnglishnounRanunculus flammula, spearwortuncountable
HerbscanchalaguaEnglishnounAny of several plants of the Americas similar to centaury, and formerly used like it for medicinal purposes, among them: / Centaurium cachanlahuen, the original canchalaguauncountable usually
HerbscanchalaguaEnglishnounAny of several plants of the Americas similar to centaury, and formerly used like it for medicinal purposes, among them: / Centaurium chironioides, a Mexican speciesuncountable usually
HerbscanchalaguaEnglishnounAny of several plants of the Americas similar to centaury, and formerly used like it for medicinal purposes, among them: / Zeltnera venusta, a California species in the gentian familyuncountable usually
HerbscanchalaguaEnglishnounAny of several plants of the Americas similar to centaury, and formerly used like it for medicinal purposes, among them: / Schkuhria pinnata, a plant in the sunflower family native to South America and used medicinallyuncountable usually
HerbsnardeMiddle EnglishnounNard (Nardostachys jatamansi) or a similar plant.uncountable
HerbsnardeMiddle Englishnounnard (ointment derived from such a plant)uncountable
HerbsoreganoEnglishnounA herb of the mint family, Origanum vulgare, having aromatic leaves.uncountable usually
HerbsoreganoEnglishnounOther herbs with a similar flavor, including other species in the genus Origanum, and Mexican oregano, Lippia graveolensuncountable usually
HerbsoreganoEnglishnounThe leaves of these plants used in flavouring food.uncountable usually
HidesbeverMiddle EnglishnounA beaver (rodent of the genus Castor).
HidesbeverMiddle EnglishnounBeaver fur, skin, or pelt, or a similar cloth.
HidesbeverMiddle EnglishnounbeverageLate-Middle-English rare
Hindu deitiesSarasvatiEnglishnameThe Hindu goddess of knowledge and the arts.
Hindu deitiesSarasvatiEnglishnameA legendary river in the Rigveda.
Hindu deitiesSarasvatiEnglishnameA female given name from Sanskrit used in India.
Hindu deitiesఅయిదుమోములవేల్పుTelugunounfive-faced God.literary
Hindu deitiesఅయిదుమోములవేల్పుTelugunounName of Siva.
HindutvaHindianEnglishnounIn the context of resistance to British colonialism, a native Indian (plural often same as singular)
HindutvaHindianEnglishnounIn the context of Dravidian nationalism, a Hindustani in the sense of an Indian from north of the Deccan, a Hindustani-speaker or a bearer of that culture
HindutvaHindianEnglishnounIn the context of Hindu nationalism, a native Indian of whatever religion, as a person of Hindu culture
HindutvaHindianEnglishnounIndians
HindutvaHindianEnglishadjOf India or (Asian) Indians
HindutvaHindianEnglishnameA town and district in Khuzistan, Iran, now Hendijan.
HindutvaHindianEnglishnameAn old name for the Zohreh River separating Khuzistan and Bushehr provinces, named after the town.
HolidaysHoly ThursdayEnglishnameMaundy Thursday, the Thursday before EasterChristianity
HolidaysHoly ThursdayEnglishnameAscension Dayarchaic
Home appliancesռադիոArmeniannounradio (technology)
Home appliancesռադիոArmeniannounradio (appliance)
HoneyeatersgreenieEnglishnounAn environmentalist, someone who shows concern for the environment; often aimed at environmental extremists.Australia New-Zealand derogatory slang
HoneyeatersgreenieEnglishnounA member of the Green Party.government politicsAustralian broadly informal
HoneyeatersgreenieEnglishnounA person from Colorado; after the color of the Colorado license plate.US derogatory slang
HoneyeatersgreenieEnglishnounAn unripe fruit.informal
HoneyeatersgreenieEnglishnounA beginner, a novice; a greenhorn.US slang
HoneyeatersgreenieEnglishnounA small, green object. / A blob of nasal mucus; a bogey.informal slang
HoneyeatersgreenieEnglishnounA small, green object. / Amphetamines used in baseball.US informal slang
HoneyeatersgreenieEnglishnounA small, green object.informal
HoneyeatersgreenieEnglishnounAny of various birds having predominantly green plumage. / A green-headed sunbird (Cyanomitra verticalis), of Africa.informal
HoneyeatersgreenieEnglishnounAny of various birds having predominantly green plumage. / A scaly-breasted lorikeet (Trichoglossus chlorolepidotus), of Australia.informal
HoneyeatersgreenieEnglishnounAny of various birds having predominantly green plumage. / A white-plumed honeyeater (Ptilotula penicillata), of Australia.informal
HoneyeatersgreenieEnglishnounAny of various birds having predominantly green plumage. / A western silvereye (Zosterops lateralis chloronotus), of Western Australia.informal
HoneyeatersgreenieEnglishnounA Atlantic thread herring (Opisthonema oglinum), a herring-like fish in the family Clupeidae.informal
HoneyeatersgreenieEnglishnounThe yellowtail rockfish (Sebastes flavidus), a fish in the family Sebastidae.informal
HoneyeatersgreenieEnglishnounShort for greenback.hobbies lifestyle sports surfingabbreviation alt-of slang
HoneyeatersgreenieEnglishnounThe player whose ball is closest to the hole on a par-3 hole after the first shot (drive), in the case when multiple players reach the green on that first shot and the player with the closest ball sinks the ball within the next two shots.golf hobbies lifestyle sports
Horse racingjockeyEnglishnounOne who rides racehorses competitively.
Horse racingjockeyEnglishnounThat part of a variable resistor or potentiometer that rides over the resistance wire
Horse racingjockeyEnglishnounAn operator of some machinery or apparatus.in-compounds
Horse racingjockeyEnglishnounA dealer in horses; a horse trader.dated
Horse racingjockeyEnglishnounThe selling of an unsound horse for a sound price is regarded by a Yorkshire jockey
Horse racingjockeyEnglishnounA cheat; one given to sharp practice in trade.dated
Horse racingjockeyEnglishnounA prostitute's client.UK slang
Horse racingjockeyEnglishnounA rapist.Ireland slang
Horse racingjockeyEnglishverbTo ride (a horse) in a race.
Horse racingjockeyEnglishverbTo jostle by riding against.
Horse racingjockeyEnglishverbTo maneuver (something) by skill; especially, to do so for one's advantage.
Horse racingjockeyEnglishverbTo cheat or trick.
HorseshorsehideEnglishnounHide of a horse.countable uncountable
HorseshorsehideEnglishnounA baseball.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable slang uncountable
HorticulturedibbleEnglishnounA pointed implement used to make holes in the ground in which to set out plants or to plant seeds.
HorticulturedibbleEnglishverbTo make holes or plant seeds using, or as if using, a dibble.transitive
HorticulturedibbleEnglishverbTo use a dibble; to make holes in the soil.intransitive
HorticulturedibbleEnglishverbTo dib or dip frequently, as in angling.intransitive
HorticulturedibbleEnglishnounA police officer, especially one serving with Greater Manchester Police.Britain countable slang
HorticulturedibbleEnglishnounPreceded by the: the police.Britain slang uncountable
HorticultureवाटिकाHindinouna flower bed
HorticultureवाटिकाHindinouna garden, grove
HotelsinnEnglishnounAny establishment where travellers can procure lodging, food, and drink.
HotelsinnEnglishnounA tavern.
HotelsinnEnglishnounOne of the colleges (societies or buildings) in London, for students of the law barristers.
HotelsinnEnglishnounThe town residence of a nobleman or distinguished person.Britain dated
HotelsinnEnglishnounA place of shelter; hence, dwelling, residence, abode.obsolete
HotelsinnEnglishverbTo house; to lodge.obsolete transitive
HotelsinnEnglishverbTo take lodging; to lodge.intransitive obsolete
HymenopteransichneumonidanEnglishadjOf or relating to the Ichneumonidae, or ichneumon wasps.biology natural-sciences zoologynot-comparable
HymenopteransichneumonidanEnglishnounOne of the Ichneumonidae.biology natural-sciences zoology
HyraxesdassSwedishnounan outhouse, a toilet; in particular used about toilets outdoorscolloquial neuter
HyraxesdassSwedishnouna hyrax, any species in the Hyracoidea ordercommon-gender
Ice creamrocky roadEnglishnounAny of several forms of candy containing lumps of chocolate, marshmallows and nuts.countable uncountable
Ice creamrocky roadEnglishnounA variety of chocolate ice cream with marshmallows and almonds.countable uncountable
Ice creamrocky roadEnglishnounA rough time, course etc.countable figuratively uncountable
IchthyosauromorphsichthyosaurusEnglishnounAlternative form of ichthyosauralt-of alternative archaic
IchthyosauromorphsichthyosaurusEnglishnounAny members of the genus Ichthyosaurus.
IdeologiesEurasianismEnglishnounA Russian political movement focused on the Russian geopolitical interests in Eurasia.geopolitics government politicsuncountable
IdeologiesEurasianismEnglishnounA far-right movement and its ideology promoted by Alexandr Dugin, often seen as a Russian kind of fascismgovernment politicsuncountable
IdeologiesrussistEnglishadjOf or relating to Ruscism (“Russian fascism”).government politicsderogatory neologism
IdeologiesrussistEnglishnounA follower of the ideology of Ruscism (“Russian fascism”).government politicsderogatory neologism
IndividualsAaronFinnishnameAaron (biblical figure)
IndividualsAaronFinnishnamea male given name from Biblical Hebrew, equivalent to English Aaron
IndividualsAaronFinnishnamegenitive singular of Aaroform-of genitive singular
IndividualsBenjaminEnglishnameThe youngest of the sons of Jacob and Rachel in the Bible.countable uncountable
IndividualsBenjaminEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew of biblical origin.countable uncountable
IndividualsBenjaminEnglishnameA small city, the county seat of Knox County, Texas, United States.countable uncountable
IndividualsBenjaminEnglishnameA surname transferred from the given name.countable uncountable
IndividualsBenjaminEnglishnounA US$100 bill, which bears a portrait of Benjamin Franklin.US in-plural often slang
IndividualsMortaLithuaniannameMartha (biblical character)
IndividualsMortaLithuaniannamea female given name of biblical origin
IndividualsNoahDanishnameNoah (biblical character)
IndividualsNoahDanishnamea male given name
IndividualsYakobEwenameJacob (biblical character)
IndividualsYakobEwenamea male given name
IndividualsÆEnglishsymbolA ligature of vowels A and E, called ash.uppercase
IndividualsÆEnglishsymbolaevum; formerly used on gravestones to indicate the deceased's age at time of deatharchaic uppercase
IndividualsÆEnglishnameThe pseudonym of the Irish writer George William Russell.
InsectsfjärilSwedishnouna butterflycommon-gender
InsectsfjärilSwedishnouna lepidopteran (also including moths)common-gender in technical language
InsectsחיפושיתHebrewnounbeetle
InsectsחיפושיתHebrewnounVolkswagen Beetle (a car)
IntersexAISEnglishnounInitialism of automatic identification system, as an element of the Global Marine Distress and Safety System GMDSS.nautical transportabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
IntersexAISEnglishnounInitialism of Australian Illawarra Shorthorn (cattle breed).abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
IntersexAISEnglishnounAbbreviation of androgen insensitivity syndrome.medicine pathology sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
IntersexAISEnglishnounInitialism of artificial immune system.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
IntersexAISEnglishnameInitialism of Australian Institute of Sport.abbreviation alt-of initialism
IntersexAISEnglishnameInitialism of Abbreviated Injury Scale.emergency-medicine medicine sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
IrelandHollywood IrishEnglishnounIrish people and culture as stereotypically portrayed by the movie industry, particularly from the USA.plural plural-only
IrelandHollywood IrishEnglishnameIrish idiom as portrayed by film and television industry.
Irish cardinal numbersIrishpronheconjunctive
Irish cardinal numbersIrishpronitconjunctive referring to a masculine noun
Irish cardinal numbersIrishnumsix
IslamIslamEnglishnameA monotheistic Abrahamic religion followed by Muslims that is based on the teachings of Muhammad and the Qur'an.uncountable usually
IslamIslamEnglishnameA monotheistic Abrahamic religion followed by Muslims that is based on the teachings of Muhammad and the Qur'an. / The Muslimdom (the sphere of influence of the religion).uncountable usually
IslamIslamEnglishnameA male given name.uncountable usually
IslamIslamEnglishnameA surnameuncountable usually
IslandsGaltEnglishnameA surname.
IslandsGaltEnglishnameA city in Sacramento County, California, United States.
IslandsGaltEnglishnameAn island of the west coast of Florida
IslandsGaltEnglishnameA city in Iowa
IslandsGaltEnglishnameA city in Missouri.
IslandssaarEstoniannounisland (an area of land totally surrounded by water)
IslandssaarEstoniannounash (tree)
ItalySybarisLatinnameA river in Bruttium that flows into the Ionian Sea, now the river Cosciledeclension-3 masculine singular
ItalySybarisLatinnameA city of Magna Graecia, notable for the luxury of its inhabitantsdeclension-3 feminine singular
JackfishthreadfishEnglishnounA cutlassfish (Trichiuridae).
JackfishthreadfishEnglishnounAny of the genus Alectis of fish, noted for their filamentous anal and dorsal fins.
Japanese male given namesJapanesecharacteradvance, make progress, entergrade-3-kanji kanji
Japanese male given namesJapanesenamea male given name
Japanese numeral symbolsJapanesecharacterHyōgai kanji no-gloss uncommon
Japanese numeral symbolsJapanesenumA trillion trillion, 10²⁴, or a septillion of modern English in modern Japanese since 17th century.number
JewelrybangleEnglishnounA rigid bracelet or anklet, especially one with no clasp.
JewelrybangleEnglishverbto beat about or beat down, as corn by the wind.obsolete transitive
JewelrybangleEnglishverbto waste away little by little; squander carelessly; fritter (away).dialectal obsolete
JewelrybangleEnglishverb(falconry) to beat about in the air; flutter: said of a hawk which does not rise steadily and then swoop down upon its prey.intransitive
JewelrybangleEnglishverbto flap or hang down loosely, as a hat brim or an animal's ear.intransitive
JewelrybangleEnglishnounThe cut branch of a tree; a large, rough stick; the largest piece of wood in a bundle of twigsdialectal
JudaismrabbiEnglishnounA Jewish scholar or teacher of halacha (Jewish law), capable of making halachic decisions.
JudaismrabbiEnglishnounA Jew who is or is qualified to be the leader of a Jewish congregation.
JudaismrabbiEnglishnounA senior officer who acts as a mentor.government law-enforcementslang
KoreakorejietisLatviannouna Korean man, a man from Korea or of Korean descentdeclension-2 masculine
KoreakorejietisLatviannounChinese, pertaining to China and its peopledeclension-2 genitive masculine plural
Kyphosid fishnibblerEnglishnounSomeone who nibbles.
Kyphosid fishnibblerEnglishnounA tool for cutting sheet metal.
Kyphosid fishnibblerEnglishnounA fish of the sea chub subfamily Girellinae.
Kyphosid fishnibblerEnglishnounA kind of program for copying protected floppy disks.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences scienceshistorical
LGBTbufftyEnglishnounAn old and eccentric academic.slang
LGBTbufftyEnglishnounA homosexual.Scotland derogatory slang
LGBTbufftyEnglishnounSomeone or something weak or effeminate.Scotland broadly slang
Ladin cardinal numberscaterLadinadjfour
Ladin cardinal numberscaterLadinnounfourmasculine uncountable
Ladin cardinal numbersdodescLadinadjtwelve
Ladin cardinal numbersdodescLadinnountwelvemasculine uncountable
LakesInariFinnishnameInari (lake)uncountable
LakesInariFinnishnameInari (municipality and its central village)uncountable
LakesInariFinnishnameInari (asteroid)uncountable
LakesInariFinnishnamea female given name transferred from the place name
LakesInariFinnishnamea male given name transferred from the place namedated rare
Lampriform fishkiiltolahnaFinnishnounLampris guttatus
Lampriform fishkiiltolahnaFinnishnounopah
LandformsgorgeEnglishnounThe front aspect of the neck; the outside of the throat.archaic
LandformsgorgeEnglishnounThe inside of the throat; the esophagus, the gullet; (falconry, specifically) the crop or gizzard of a hawk.archaic literary
LandformsgorgeEnglishnounFood that has been taken into the gullet or the stomach, particularly if it is regurgitated or vomited out.
LandformsgorgeEnglishnounA choking or filling of a channel or passage by an obstruction; the obstruction itself.US
LandformsgorgeEnglishnounA concave moulding; a cavetto.architecture
LandformsgorgeEnglishnounThe rearward side of an outwork, a bastion, or a fort, often open, or not protected against artillery; a narrow entry passage into the outwork of an enclosed fortification.architecture fortification fortifications government military politics war
LandformsgorgeEnglishnounA primitive device used instead of a hook to catch fish, consisting of an object that is easy to swallow but difficult to eject or loosen, such as a piece of bone or stone pointed at each end and attached in the middle to a line.fishing hobbies lifestyle
LandformsgorgeEnglishnounA deep, narrow passage with steep, rocky sides, particularly one with a stream running through it; a ravine.geography natural-sciences
LandformsgorgeEnglishnounThe groove of a pulley.engineering mechanical mechanical-engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
LandformsgorgeEnglishverbTo stuff the gorge or gullet with food; to eat greedily and in large quantities. [+ on (object)] / To stuff the gorge or gullet with food; to eat greedily and in large quantities.intransitive reflexive
LandformsgorgeEnglishverbTo swallow, especially with greediness, or in large mouthfuls or quantities.transitive
LandformsgorgeEnglishverbTo fill up to the throat; to glut, to satiate.transitive
LandformsgorgeEnglishverbTo fill up (an organ, a vein, etc.); to block up or obstruct; (US, specifically) of ice: to choke or fill a channel or passage, causing an obstruction.transitive
LandformsgorgeEnglishnounAn act of gorging.
LandformsgorgeEnglishadjGorgeous.slang
LandformsrevNorwegian Bokmålnouna fox (also used figuratively)masculine
LandformsrevNorwegian Bokmålnounmarijuanamasculine slang
LandformsrevNorwegian Bokmålnouna reef (ridge of rock or coral in the sea)neuter
LandformsrevNorwegian Bokmålnouna reef (nautical) (in a sail)neuter
LandformsrevNorwegian Bokmålverbimperative of reveform-of imperative
LandformsrevNorwegian Bokmålverbsimple past of riveform-of past
LandformssladeEnglishnounA valley, a flat grassy area, a glade.archaic dialectal
LandformssladeEnglishnounA hillside.dialectal
LandformssladeEnglishnounA spade for digging peat.
LandformssladeEnglishnounThe sole of a plough.obsolete
Language familiesChibchanEnglishadjOf or relating to a language family indigenous to the Isthmo-Colombian Area, which extends from eastern Honduras to northern Colombia and includes populations of these countries as well as Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama.not-comparable
Language familiesChibchanEnglishnounA member of the Chibcha people.
Language familiesChibchanEnglishnameThe Chibchan language family.
LanguagesAmuzgoEnglishnounOne of an indigenous people of Guerrero and Oaxaca, Mexico.
LanguagesAmuzgoEnglishnameThe language of the Amuzgo people.
LanguagesAmuzgoEnglishadjRelating to the Amuzgos.
LanguagesAmuzgoEnglishadjRelating to the Amuzgo language.
LanguagesCoeur d'AleneEnglishnounAn Indigenous Native American ethnic group of northern Idaho.plural plural-only
LanguagesCoeur d'AleneEnglishnameThe Salishan language spoken by these people.
LanguagesCoeur d'AleneEnglishnameA city, the county seat of Kootenai County, Idaho, United States.
LanguagesCoeur d'AleneEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Coeur d'Alene people or language.not-comparable
LanguagesGeEnglishnameAlternative form of Gaeaalt-of alternative
LanguagesGeEnglishnameA group of aboriginal languages of Brazil.
LanguagesHokkienEnglishnameA linguistic subgroup of the Min Nan (Southern Min) branch, of the Min branch, of the Sinitic (Chinese) branch, of the Sino-Tibetan language family which is mainly spoken in the south-eastern part of mainland China (Fujian province), Taiwan, and by overseas Chinese of Hoklo descent, such as in Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, Southern Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia, Southern Vietnam, etc.
LanguagesHokkienEnglishnameA group of Han Chinese people whose traditional ancestral homes are in southern Fujian, South China, especially those that ancestrally spoke the Hokkien language.
LanguagesHokkienEnglishnameAny person from Fujian.dated
LanguagesHokkienEnglishadjOf or relating to the Fujianese people.not-comparable
LanguagesHokkienEnglishadjOf or relating to the Hokkien language and its dialects or variants.not-comparable
LanguagesHokkienEnglishadjOf or relating to the province of Fujian in China.dated not-comparable
LanguagesKambaEnglishnouna Bantu people of Kenya.plural plural-only
LanguagesKambaEnglishnamethe language of this people.
LanguagesKambaEnglishnamean extinct language of Brazil.
LanguagesKambaEnglishnameA county of Shigatse, Tibet Autonomous Region, China
LanguagesKonkaniEnglishnounA member of the indigenous peoples of the Konkan coast of India.
LanguagesKonkaniEnglishnameAn Indo-Aryan language spoken in the Konkan region of India.
LanguagesTagalogTagalognounTagalog language
LanguagesTagalogTagalognounTagalog (person)
LanguagesTagalogTagalogadjTagalog (pertaining to the Tagalog region, the Tagalog people, or the Tagalog language)
LanguagesTahitianEnglishnounA native or inhabitant of Tahiti.
LanguagesTahitianEnglishnounA person from Tahiti or of Tahitian descent.
LanguagesTahitianEnglishnameThe Polynesian language of Tahiti.
LanguagesTahitianEnglishadjOf or relating to Tahiti, or to its people or language.not-comparable
LanguagesTibetanEnglishadjPertaining to Tibet, the Tibetan people, culture, or language.not-comparable
LanguagesTibetanEnglishnounA native of Tibetcountable
LanguagesTibetanEnglishnounA language of Tibetuncountable
LanguagesXavánteEnglishnounOne of the Xavánte, a native people of central Brazil.
LanguagesXavánteEnglishnameA Ge language spoken by the Xavánte people.
LanguagesakánAsturiannounAkan (Niger-Congo language)masculine uncountable
LanguagesakánAsturiannounAkan (language group spoken in Ghana)masculine uncountable
Languagesfirst languageEnglishnounThe first language one is taught to speak; one's native language.
Languagesfirst languageEnglishnounThe language one feels most comfortable and capable with.
Languagesfirst languageEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see first, language.
LanguagesislandskNorwegian NynorskadjIcelandic (as above)
LanguagesislandskNorwegian NynorsknounIcelandic (the language)masculine uncountable
LanguageslaotiskaSwedishadjinflection of laotisk: ## definite singular ## plural / definite singulardefinite form-of singular
LanguageslaotiskaSwedishadjinflection of laotisk: ## definite singular ## plural / pluralform-of plural
LanguageslaotiskaSwedishnounLao (language)common-gender
LanguagesnorskNorwegian NynorsknounNorwegian (language)masculine uncountable
LanguagesnorskNorwegian NynorskadjNorwegian (of or relating to Norway, Norwegians or the Norwegian language)feminine masculine
LanguagesrumauntschRomanschadjRomanschPuter masculine
LanguagesrumauntschRomanschnameRomanschPuter masculine
LanguagestadžikkiFinnishnounTajik (person)countable
LanguagestadžikkiFinnishnounTajik (language)uncountable
LanguagesurindoeuropeiskNorwegian BokmåladjProto-Indo-European (relating to the language)
LanguagesurindoeuropeiskNorwegian BokmålnounProto-Indo-European (ancestor language of most European and Indian languages)
LanguagesլիտվերենArmeniannounLithuanian (language)
LanguagesլիտվերենArmenianadvin Lithuanian
LanguagesլիտվերենArmenianadjLithuanian (of or pertaining to the language)
LanguagesշվեդերենArmeniannounSwedish (language)
LanguagesշվեդերենArmenianadvin Swedish
LanguagesշվեդերենArmenianadjSwedish (of or pertaining to the language)
LanguagesուելսերենArmeniannounSynonym of վալլիերեն (vallieren)
LanguagesուելսերենArmenianadvSynonym of վալլիերեն (vallieren)
LanguagesուելսերենArmenianadjSynonym of վալլիերեն (vallieren)
LanguagesבולגאַרישYiddishnounBulgarian language
LanguagesבולגאַרישYiddishadjBulgarian (relating to Bulgaria, its people or the Bulgarian language)
LanguagesعبرانيةArabicadjfeminine singular of عِبْرَانِيّ (ʕibrāniyy, “Hebrew”)feminine form-of singular
LanguagesعبرانيةArabicnounfemale equivalent of عِبْرَانِيّ (ʕibrāniyy, “Hebrew man”): / female equivalent of عِبْرَانِيّ (ʕibrāniyy, “Hebrew man”)feminine form-of
LanguagesعبرانيةArabicnounfemale equivalent of عِبْرَانِيّ (ʕibrāniyy, “Hebrew man”): / Hebrew woman
LanguagesعبرانيةArabicnounHebrew languagedefinite usually
Latin letter namessilent hEnglishnounA letter ⟨h⟩ that is written but not pronounced.communications journalism literature media orthography publishing writing
Latin letter namessilent hEnglishnounnon-aspiration of a glottal consonanthuman-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciencesliterally
Latin nomina gentiliaAniciusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held bydeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaAniciusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Pontius Meropius Anicius Paulinus, a Roman poet and senatordeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaArtoriusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held bydeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaArtoriusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Lucius Artorius Castus, a Roman generaldeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaBurbuleiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held bydeclension-2
Latin nomina gentiliaBurbuleiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Lucius Burbuleius Optatus Ligarianus, a Roman senatordeclension-2
Latin nomina gentiliaCaesetiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held bydeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaCaesetiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Lucius Caesetius Flavus, a Roman tribunedeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaCornificiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held bydeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaCornificiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Quintus Cornificius, a Roman senatordeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaHermentidiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held bydeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaHermentidiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Sextus Hermentidius Campanus, a Roman senatordeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaIuliusLatinnameJulius; a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name".declension-2
Latin nomina gentiliaIuliusLatinnameJulydeclension-2
Latin nomina gentiliaPoeniusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name", famously held by: / a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name", famously held bydeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaPoeniusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name", famously held by: / Poenius Postumus, a Roman prefectdeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaVigelliusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held bydeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaVigelliusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Marcus Vigellius, a Roman philosopherdeclension-2 masculine singular
Latvian ordinal numberspirmaisLatviannumfirst
Latvian ordinal numberspirmaisLatvianadjfirst
Latvian ordinal numberspirmaisLatvianadjearliest
Latvian ordinal numberspirmaisLatvianadjinitial
Latvian ordinal numberspirmaisLatvianadjforemost
LawcourtMiddle EnglishnounA courtyard; an enclosed space.
LawcourtMiddle EnglishnounA grand residence, especially that of a ruler or noble.
LawcourtMiddle EnglishnounThe household or retinue of a ruler; a ruler's court.
LawcourtMiddle EnglishnounA (royal) assembly; a deliberative body.
LawcourtMiddle EnglishnounA court of law; the body which administers justice: / A court building; the place where justice is administered.
LawcourtMiddle EnglishnounA court of law; the body which administers justice: / A session of a judicial assembly.
LawcourtMiddle EnglishnounA court of law; the body which administers justice: / A legal action.rare
LawsuspectEnglishverbTo imagine or suppose (something) to be true, or to exist, without proof.transitive
LawsuspectEnglishverbTo distrust or have doubts about (something or someone).transitive
LawsuspectEnglishverbTo believe (someone) to be guilty.transitive
LawsuspectEnglishverbTo have suspicion.intransitive
LawsuspectEnglishverbTo look up to; to respect.obsolete transitive
LawsuspectEnglishnounA person who is suspected of something, in particular of committing a crime.
LawsuspectEnglishadjViewed with suspicion; suspected.
LawsuspectEnglishadjViewing with suspicion; suspecting.nonstandard
LawдәғүәBashkirnounclaim, assertion, pretension
LawдәғүәBashkirnounlegal claim, lawsuit
LegumesbobLower Sorbiannounbean plantmasculine uncountable
LegumesbobLower Sorbiannounbeanfieldmasculine
LegumesfabaceanEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the family Fabaceae.not-comparable
LegumesfabaceanEnglishnounA member of the family Fabaceae.
LegumesmagusjuurEstoniannounany plant of the genus Glycyrrhiza
LegumesmagusjuurEstoniannounthe genus Glycyrrhizain-plural
LegumesmasmaloFinnishnounkidney vetch (Anthyllis vulneraria)
LegumesmasmaloFinnishnounany plant of the genus Anthyllis
LegumesmasmaloFinnishnounthe genus Anthyllisin-plural
LibertarianismLNCEnglishnameInitialism of Libertarian National Committee.government politicsUS abbreviation alt-of initialism
LibertarianismLNCEnglishnounInitialism of Libertarian National Convention.government politicsUS abbreviation alt-of initialism
LibertarianismLibertarian PartyEnglishnameAlternative form of libertarian partyalt-of alternative
LibertarianismLibertarian PartyEnglishnameA name used by several libertarian political parties worldwide, including: / A name used by several libertarian political parties worldwide, includinggovernment politics
LibertarianismLibertarian PartyEnglishnameA name used by several libertarian political parties worldwide, including: / The Libertarian Party of the United Statesgovernment politicsUS
LichensfléttaIcelandicnounbraid, plaitfeminine
LichensfléttaIcelandicnounlichenfeminine
LichensfléttaIcelandicverbto plait, weaveweak
LichensfléttaIcelandicverbto interleavecomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesweak
LightܢܘܗܪܐClassical Syriacnounlight, brightness
LightܢܘܗܪܐClassical Syriacnounsight, eyesight
LightܢܘܗܪܐClassical Syriacnouninsight, enlightenment
LightܢܘܗܪܐClassical Syriacnounexplication, commentary
LightܢܘܗܪܐClassical Syriacnounbrilliance
LightܢܘܗܪܐClassical Syriacnounhonor/honour
LightܢܘܗܪܐClassical Syriacnounillumination
LightܢܘܗܪܐClassical Syriacnounenlightenment
LightܢܘܗܪܐClassical Syriacnouninstruction, elucidation, commentary
LightܢܘܗܪܐClassical Syriacnouncomment, note
Light sourcesbolganScottish Gaelicnounlight bulbmasculine
Light sourcesbolganScottish Gaelicnounbulb (of a plant)masculine
LimbscosIrishnounfootfeminine
LimbscosIrishnounlegfeminine
Limenitidine butterfliescolour sergeantEnglishnounA non-commissioned officer in some infantry regiments of the British army, equivalent in rank to a staff sergeant in most other armies. A colour sergeant ranks above a sergeant and below a warrant officer.Britain
Limenitidine butterfliescolour sergeantEnglishnounA nymphalid butterfly, Athyma nefte, of tropical Asia.biology entomology natural-sciences
LiquidsevaporationEnglishnounThe process of a liquid converting to the gaseous state.countable uncountable
LiquidsevaporationEnglishnounThe process in which all or a portion of liquid (in a container) is turned into vapour, in order to increase the concentration of solid matter in the mixture.countable uncountable
LiquidsevaporationEnglishnounThat which is evaporated; vapor.archaic countable uncountable
LiquidsspillEnglishverbTo drop something so that it spreads out or makes a mess; to accidentally pour.transitive
LiquidsspillEnglishverbTo spread out or fall out, as above.intransitive
LiquidsspillEnglishverbTo drop something that was intended to be caught.transitive
LiquidsspillEnglishverbTo mar; to damage; to destroy by misuse; to waste.
LiquidsspillEnglishverbTo be destroyed, ruined, or wasted; to come to ruin; to perish; to waste.intransitive obsolete
LiquidsspillEnglishverbTo cause to flow out and be lost or wasted; to shed.transitive
LiquidsspillEnglishverbTo cause to be thrown from a mount, a carriage, etc.obsolete slang transitive
LiquidsspillEnglishverbTo cover or decorate with slender pieces of wood, metal, ivory, etc.; to inlay.
LiquidsspillEnglishverbTo relieve a sail from the pressure of the wind, so that it can be more easily reefed or furled, or to lessen the strain.nautical transport
LiquidsspillEnglishverbTo open the leadership of a parliamentary party for re-election.government politicsAustralian transitive
LiquidsspillEnglishverbTo reveal information to an uninformed party.intransitive transitive
LiquidsspillEnglishverbTo come undone.of a knot
LiquidsspillEnglishnounA mess of something that has been dropped.countable
LiquidsspillEnglishnounA fall or stumble.
LiquidsspillEnglishnounA small stick or piece of paper used to light a candle, cigarette etc by the transfer of a flame from a fire.
LiquidsspillEnglishnounA slender piece of anything. / A peg or pin for plugging a hole, as in a cask; a spile.
LiquidsspillEnglishnounA slender piece of anything. / A metallic rod or pin.
LiquidsspillEnglishnounOne of the thick laths or poles driven horizontally ahead of the main timbering in advancing a level in loose ground.business mining
LiquidsspillEnglishnounThe situation where sound is picked up by a microphone from a source other than that which is intended.
LiquidsspillEnglishnounA small sum of money.obsolete
LiquidsspillEnglishnounA declaration that the leadership of a parliamentary party is vacant, and open for re-election. Short form of leadership spill.government politicsAustralian
Literary genresspeculative fictionEnglishnounA class of fiction involving fantastic, supernatural or futuristic elements, including fantasy, horror, and science fiction, dealing with worlds, themes, and characters not part of everyday life.uncountable
Literary genresspeculative fictionEnglishnounA particular work belonging to this class.countable
LithuanialeitisLatviannouna (male) Lithuaniandeclension-2 masculine
LithuanialeitisLatviannounLithuanian, pertaining to Lithuania and its peopledeclension-2 genitive masculine plural
Lizards守宮Japanesenouna gecko
Lizards守宮Japanesenouna gecko
LondonCockneyEnglishadjFrom the East End of London, or London generallyUK not-comparable
LondonCockneyEnglishnounAny Londoner.UK slang
LondonCockneyEnglishnounA Londoner born within earshot of the city's Bow Bells, or (now generically) any working-class Londoner.UK
LondonCockneyEnglishnameThe dialect or accent of such Londoners.
LoveenamoredEnglishadjIn love, amorous.
LoveenamoredEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of enamorform-of participle past
LovelemanEnglishnounOne beloved; a lover, a sweetheart of either sex (especially a secret lover, gallant, or mistress).archaic
LovelemanEnglishnounA paramour.negative often
LoveபரிவுTamilnounsympathy
LoveபரிவுTamilnounaffection, love
LoveபரிவுTamilnoundevotion, piety
LoveபரிவுTamilnoundistress, affliction
LoveபரிவுTamilnounfault, defect
LoveபரிவுTamilnoundelight, pleasure
LoveபரிவுTamilnounripeness
Mahabharataపార్థసారథిTelugunamecharioteer for Partha, Krishna who drove his chariot during Mahabharata war.
Mahabharataపార్థసారథిTelugunamea male given name from Sanskrit
Maize (crop)ear budEnglishnounAn immature ear of maize from which the threadlike silks emerge.
Maize (crop)ear budEnglishnounAn underdeveloped mammalian ear.
Maize (crop)ear budEnglishnounAlternative form of earbud.alt-of alternative
Maize (crop)ear budEnglishnounA cotton swab.South-Africa
Male family membershusbandEnglishnounThe master of a house; the head of a family; a householder.
Male family membershusbandEnglishnounA tiller of the ground; a husbandman.
Male family membershusbandEnglishnounA prudent or frugal manager.
Male family membershusbandEnglishnounA man in a marriage or marital relationship, especially in relation to his spouse.
Male family membershusbandEnglishnounThe male of a pair of animals.
Male family membershusbandEnglishnounA manager of property; one who has the care of another's belongings, owndom, or interests; a steward; an economist.UK
Male family membershusbandEnglishnounA large cushion with arms meant to support a person in the sitting position.
Male family membershusbandEnglishnounA polled tree; a pollard.UK dialectal
Male family membershusbandEnglishverbTo manage or administer carefully and frugally; use to the best advantage; economise.transitive
Male family membershusbandEnglishverbTo conserve.transitive
Male family membershusbandEnglishverbTo till; cultivate; farm; nurture.obsolete transitive
Male family membershusbandEnglishverbTo provide with a husband.transitive
Male family membershusbandEnglishverbTo engage or act as a husband to; assume the care of or responsibility for; accept as one's own.transitive
Mallow subfamily plantsbuttonweedEnglishnounAny of several plants of the genera Diodia and Diodella, of the madder family.
Mallow subfamily plantsbuttonweedEnglishnounSpermacoce, false buttonweeds.
Mallow subfamily plantsbuttonweedEnglishnounAbutilon theophrasti, velvetleaf, Indian mallow
Mallow subfamily plantsbuttonweedEnglishnounCentaurea spp., certain knapweeds
Mallow subfamily plantsbuttonweedEnglishnounOldenlandia uniflora, clustered bluet
Malpighiales order plantsdikaEnglishnounA tree of species Irvingia gabonensis.countable
Malpighiales order plantsdikaEnglishnounA West African food made from the almond-like seeds of Irvingia gabonensis.uncountable
MammalsbakMiddle EnglishnounThe back, hind, or rear of a being's body: / What a person or creature carries or takes with themself/itself.figuratively
MammalsbakMiddle EnglishnounThe back, hind, or rear of a being's body: / The parts of a person which aren't visible to themself.rare
MammalsbakMiddle EnglishnounThe back, hind, or rear of a being's body: / The back, hind, or rear of a being's body
MammalsbakMiddle EnglishnounThe back, of something more generally; the non-facing side.
MammalsbakMiddle EnglishnounThe vertebrae or spine; the bone holding up the back.
MammalsbakMiddle EnglishnounThe extremities, margin or boundary of something.rare
MammalsbakMiddle EnglishnounThe fur or hide of an animal (removed from an animal)rare
MammalsbakMiddle Englishadvbackward
MammalsbakMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of bakke (“bat”)alt-of alternative
MammalschuuhaFiji Hindinounmouse
MammalschuuhaFiji Hindinounrat
MammalscuauhchimalClassical Nahuatlnounmonkey, black howler (Alouatta pigra)animate
MammalscuauhchimalClassical Nahuatlnounslothanimate
MammalshareMiddle EnglishnounA hare or its meat (lagomorph of the genus Lepus)
MammalshareMiddle EnglishnounAn individual who is easily scared or frightened.rare
MammalshareMiddle EnglishnounA hare's skin or hide.rare
MammalshareMiddle EnglishdetAlternative form of hire (“her”, genitive)alt-of alternative
MammalshareMiddle EnglishpronAlternative form of hire (“hers”)alt-of alternative
MammalshareMiddle EnglishpronAlternative form of hire (“her”, object)alt-of alternative
MammalshareMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of her (“hair”)alt-of alternative
MammalshareMiddle EnglishdetAlternative form of here (“their”)alt-of alternative
MammalstekwaniPipilnounjaguar
MammalstekwaniPipilnounpredator
MammalsвудорUdmurtnounotter
MammalsвудорUdmurtnounspring, source (of water)dialectal
MarriagecheyneMiddle EnglishnounA chain; a set of metal links (especially to fetter or bind).
MarriagecheyneMiddle EnglishnounA chain used for jewelry or decoration.
MarriagecheyneMiddle EnglishnounSomething which compels, controls, or obligates.figuratively
MarriagecheyneMiddle EnglishnounA marital or romantic union; something that links two together.figuratively
MarriagecheyneMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of chyne (“crack”)alt-of alternative
MarriagecheyneMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of cheynenalt-of alternative
Marriagerob the cradleEnglishverbTo marry or become romantically involved with a much younger person, especially one from a younger generation.disapproving idiomatic
Marriagerob the cradleEnglishverbTo use a young person for a purpose inappropriate to his or her age.disapproving idiomatic
Marriage吃茶Chineseverbto have teadialectal verb-object
Marriage吃茶Chineseverbto drink boiled waterGan Wu verb-object
Marriage吃茶Chineseverbto be betrothedcolloquial dated of a girl verb-object
Mathematical analysisanalysisEnglishnounDecomposition into components in order to study (a complex thing, concept, theory etc.).countable
Mathematical analysisanalysisEnglishnounThe result of such a process.countable
Mathematical analysisanalysisEnglishnounA broad field of study in modern mathematics (often mentioned alongside algebra) which developed out of the calculus, concerned with the behavior of functions, sequences, series, limits, metric spaces, measures and more.mathematics sciencesuncountable
Mathematical analysisanalysisEnglishnounProof by deduction from known truths.human-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciencescountable
Mathematical analysisanalysisEnglishnounThe process of breaking down a substance into its constituent parts, or the result of this process.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable
Mathematical analysisanalysisEnglishnounThe analytical study of melodies, harmonies, sequences, repetitions, variations, quotations, juxtapositions, and surprises.entertainment lifestyle musicuncountable
Mathematical analysisanalysisEnglishnounPsychoanalysis.human-sciences psychology sciencescountable
MealsmerennBretonnounlunchfeminine
MealsmerennBretonnounsnackdialectal feminine
MealsহাজরিBengalinounpresence, appearance, attendance, audience
MealsহাজরিBengalinounmeal
MeatsT-boneEnglishnounA T-bone steak.
MeatsT-boneEnglishverbTo collide perpendicularly with the side of another vehicle.Canada US of a motor vehicle slang transitive
MeatsT-boneEnglishnounA vehicular collision of this kind.
MeatschawdronEnglishnounA sauce made from chopped entrails.historical
MeatschawdronEnglishnounEntrails, intestines (of animals as food)obsolete
MeatsfarseNorwegian Bokmålnouna farce (comedy)masculine
MeatsfarseNorwegian Bokmålnounmince (minced meat) (UK)masculine
MeatsfesauntMiddle EnglishnounA pheasant (bird of family Phasianidae)
MeatsfesauntMiddle EnglishnounThe meat of this bird as food.
MeatsissueMiddle EnglishnounExit, departure; the act of leaving or going out: / An outwards] flow or discharge.medicine pathology sciencesespecially
MeatsissueMiddle EnglishnounExit, departure; the act of leaving or going out: / A sortie (movement of soldiers towards the enemy)rare
MeatsissueMiddle EnglishnounAn exit; a way out of a place. / A passage or channel out of the body.anatomy medicine sciences
MeatsissueMiddle EnglishnounAn exit; a way out of a place. / An issue; (incision for draining liquid in medieval medicine)medicine sciences
MeatsissueMiddle EnglishnounA result or outcome arising from something. / Offspring, family; one's children or descendants.
MeatsissueMiddle EnglishnounA result or outcome arising from something. / Income, revenue, especially from a tax.business finance
MeatsissueMiddle EnglishnounA result or outcome arising from something. / The resolution of a dispute or conflict.
MeatsissueMiddle EnglishnounA result or outcome arising from something. / One's (non-biological) successors or inheritors.rare
MeatsissueMiddle EnglishnounA result or outcome arising from something. / One's preordained fate.rare
MeatsissueMiddle EnglishnounAn issue; a matter of dispute or controversy.rare
MeatsissueMiddle EnglishnounThe entrails and other waste products of a slaughtered animal.
MeatsissueMiddle EnglishnounAn display of frustration or annoyance; a vent.
MeatsissueMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of issuenalt-of alternative
MeatskidEnglishnounA young goat.
MeatskidEnglishnounOf a female goat, the state of being pregnant: in kid.
MeatskidEnglishnounKidskin.
MeatskidEnglishnounThe meat of a young goat.uncountable
MeatskidEnglishnounA young antelope.
MeatskidEnglishnounA child (usually), teenager, or young adult; a juvenile.informal
MeatskidEnglishnounA person whose childhood took place in a particular time period or area.informal
MeatskidEnglishnounOne's son or daughter, regardless of age.informal
MeatskidEnglishnounUsed as a form of address for a child, teenager or young adult.in the vocative
MeatskidEnglishnounAn inexperienced person or one in a junior position.colloquial
MeatskidEnglishnounA deception; an act of kidding somebody.dated
MeatskidEnglishnounA small wooden mess tub in which sailors received their food.nautical transport
MeatskidEnglishnounsemen, ejaculate.plural-normally slang vulgar
MeatskidEnglishverbTo make a fool of (someone).colloquial transitive
MeatskidEnglishverbTo dupe or deceive (someone).colloquial transitive
MeatskidEnglishverbTo make a joke with (someone).colloquial transitive
MeatskidEnglishverbOf a goat, to give birth.intransitive
MeatskidEnglishverbTo joke.colloquial intransitive
MeatskidEnglishnounA fagot; a bundle of heath and furze.
MeatsundercutEnglishnounA cut made in the lower part of something; the material so removed.
MeatsundercutEnglishnounThe notch cut in a tree to direct its fall when being felled.
MeatsundercutEnglishnounThe underside of a sirloin of beef; the fillet.
MeatsundercutEnglishnounA hairstyle that is shaved or clipped short on the sides and kept long on the top.
MeatsundercutEnglishnounA blow dealt upward.
MeatsundercutEnglishnounA section of a mold or pattern with negative draft angle
MeatsundercutEnglishnounA pit stop strategy in which a driver seeks to gain an advantage over someone by pitting before them and using fresh tyres to make up time.hobbies lifestyle motor-racing racing sports
MeatsundercutEnglishnounThe continuation of the saddle of a rabbit's coat toward the front legs.
MeatsundercutEnglishverbTo sell (something) at a lower price, or to work for lower wages, than a competitor.
MeatsundercutEnglishverbTo create an overhang by cutting away material from underneath.
MeatsundercutEnglishverbTo undermine.
MeatsundercutEnglishverbTo strike a heavy blow upward.
MeatsundercutEnglishadjProduced by undercutting.not-comparable
MeatsundercutEnglishadjDesigned so as to cut from the underside.not-comparable
MeatsundercutEnglishadjHaving the parts in relief cut under.not-comparable
MedicineagrammatismEnglishnounThe inability to form sentences by virtue of a brain disorder.countable uncountable
MedicineagrammatismEnglishnounAn ungrammatical utterance.countable uncountable
MedicineeygnasteinurFaroesenouneye, eyeballanatomy medicine sciencesmasculine
MedicineeygnasteinurFaroesenounpupilanatomy medicine sciencesmasculine
MetalsteocuitlatlClassical NahuatlnounGold.
MetalsteocuitlatlClassical NahuatlnounSilver.
MicrosoftPWIEnglishnounInitialism of process window index.abbreviation alt-of initialism
MicrosoftPWIEnglishnameInitialism of Pro Wrestling Illustrated.abbreviation alt-of initialism
MicrosoftPWIEnglishnameInitialism of Public Windows Interface.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
MicrosoftPWIEnglishnameInitialism of Perfect World International.video-gamesabbreviation alt-of initialism
MicrosoftPWIEnglishnameInitialism of Pune Warriors India.hobbies lifestyle sportsIndia abbreviation alt-of initialism
MicrosoftUACEnglishnameInitialism of User Account Control: a technology that limits application software to standard user privileges until an administrator authorizes further privileges.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
MicrosoftUACEnglishnounInitialism of unaccompanied alien child: a child sent to cross an international border without a formal adult guardian.abbreviation alt-of initialism
MilitarycacheEnglishnounA store of things that may be required in the future, which can be retrieved rapidly, protected or hidden in some way.
MilitarycacheEnglishnounA fast temporary storage where recently or frequently used information is stored to avoid having to reload it from a slower storage medium.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
MilitarycacheEnglishnounA container containing treasure in a global treasure-hunt game.
MilitarycacheEnglishverbTo place in a cache.transitive
MilitarycacheEnglishverbTo store data in a cache.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
MilitarycacheEnglishnounMisspelling of cachet.alt-of misspelling
MilitaryfolkMiddle Englishnounpeople, folk (multiple individuals)
MilitaryfolkMiddle Englishnounnation, race, stock
MilitaryfolkMiddle Englishnoungroup, band, troop (of people): / subjects, followers, comitatus
MilitaryfolkMiddle Englishnoungroup, band, troop (of people): / army, retinue (group of armed people)
MilitaryfolkMiddle Englishnoungroup, band, troop (of people): / gathering, parliament
MilitaryfolkMiddle Englishnounfamily, kin, relatives
MilitaryfolkMiddle Englishnounhumankind, humanity; all people
MilitaryfolkMiddle Englishnouncreatures, beingsrare
MilitaryfrounterMiddle Englishnouna frontier or borderlandLate-Middle-English rare
MilitaryfrounterMiddle Englishnouna fort located upon the borderlandLate-Middle-English rare
MilitaryfrounterMiddle Englishnounthe vanguard of a military forceLate-Middle-English rare
MilitaryfrounterMiddle Englishnouna tapestry over another tapestry over an altarLate-Middle-English rare
MilitaryfrounterMiddle Englishnouna building’s frontispieceLate-Middle-English rare
MilitaryfrounterMiddle Englishnounarmor for the forehead of an equineLate-Middle-English rare
MilitarygarnisounMiddle EnglishnounA garrison (troops stationed at a military post)Late-Middle-English
MilitarygarnisounMiddle EnglishnounA fort; a fortified military post.Late-Middle-English
MilitarygarnisounMiddle EnglishnounDefence, security.Late-Middle-English figuratively rare
MilitarygarrisonEnglishnounA permanent military post.
MilitarygarrisonEnglishnounThe troops stationed at such a post.
MilitarygarrisonEnglishnounOccupants.
MilitarygarrisonEnglishnounA military unit, nominally headed by a colonel, equivalent to a USAF support wing, or an army regiment.government military politics warSpace-Force US
MilitarygarrisonEnglishverbTo assign troops to a military post.
MilitarygarrisonEnglishverbTo convert into a military fort.
MilitarygarrisonEnglishverbTo occupy with troops.
MilitaryTurkishnounsoldier
MilitaryTurkishnounarmy
Military軍法Japanesenounmilitary law
Military軍法Japanesenountactics; strategy
MindfolyeMiddle EnglishnounFolly, idiocy, stupidness; stupid behaviour.
MindfolyeMiddle EnglishnounA folly, mistake, or ill-advised idea.
MindfolyeMiddle EnglishnounRubbish; bullshit; a quip that is erroneous or useless.
MindfolyeMiddle EnglishnounSinning, iniquitousness, perfidy, unlawfulness.
MindfolyeMiddle EnglishnounSexual misconduct or impropriety; lewdness.
MindfolyeMiddle EnglishnounInjury, hurtfulness, wounding.
MindfolyeMiddle EnglishnounRage, ferocity, lack of sanity
MindfolyeMiddle EnglishadjIdiotic, stupid, foolish, ill-thought.
MindfolyeMiddle EnglishadjImmoral, wicked, evil, malicious.
MindfolyeMiddle EnglishadjLewd, sexually immoral or wrong.
MindfolyeMiddle EnglishadvAlternative form of follichealt-of alternative
MindστοχάζομαιGreekverbto think, contemplateliterary poetic
MindστοχάζομαιGreekverbto think, calculate
Mindవెర్రిTelugunounmadness, insanity
Mindవెర్రిTeluguadjwild, uncultivated
Mites and ticksmiteEnglishnounAny of many minute arachnids which, along with the ticks, comprise subclass Acarina (aka Acari).
Mites and ticksmiteEnglishnounA small coin formerly circulated in England, rated at about a third of a farthing.
Mites and ticksmiteEnglishnounA lepton, a small coin used in Palestine in the time of Christ.
Mites and ticksmiteEnglishnounA small weight; one twentieth of a grain.
Mites and ticksmiteEnglishnounAnything very small; a minute object; a very little quantity or particle.adverbial sometimes
Mites and ticksmiteEnglishnounA small or naughty person, or one people take pity on; rascal.colloquial often used affectionately
Mites and ticksmiteEnglishverbEye dialect spelling of might.alt-of pronunciation-spelling
MonarchycrownEnglishnounA royal, imperial or princely headdress; a diadem.
MonarchycrownEnglishnounA wreath or band for the head, especially one given as reward of victory or a mark of honor.
MonarchycrownEnglishnounAny reward of victory or mark of honor.broadly
MonarchycrownEnglishnounImperial or regal power, or those who wield it.
MonarchycrownEnglishnounThe sovereign (in a monarchy), as head of state.metonymically
MonarchycrownEnglishnounThe state, the government (headed by a monarch).broadly especially in law
MonarchycrownEnglishnounThe police (referring to Crown Victoria police cars).
MonarchycrownEnglishnounThe top part of something: / The topmost part of the head.
MonarchycrownEnglishnounThe top part of something: / The highest part of a hill.
MonarchycrownEnglishnounThe top part of something: / The top section of a hat, above the brim.
MonarchycrownEnglishnounThe top part of something: / The raised centre of a road.
MonarchycrownEnglishnounThe top part of something: / The highest part of an arch.
MonarchycrownEnglishnounThe top part of something: / The upper range of facets in a rose diamond.
MonarchycrownEnglishnounThe top part of something: / The dome of a furnace.
MonarchycrownEnglishnounThe top part of something: / The upper part of certain fruits, as the pineapple or strawberry, that is removed before eating.
MonarchycrownEnglishnounA kind of spire or lantern formed by converging flying buttresses.architecture
MonarchycrownEnglishnounSplendor; culmination; acme.
MonarchycrownEnglishnounAny currency (originally) issued by the crown (regal power) and often bearing a crown (headdress); (translation) various currencies known by similar names in their native languages, such as the koruna, kruna, krone, korona.
MonarchycrownEnglishnounA former predecimalization British coin worth five shillings.historical
MonarchycrownEnglishnounA coin or note worth five shillings in various countries that are or were in the British Commonwealth, such as Ireland or Jamaica.broadly historical
MonarchycrownEnglishnounThe part of a plant where the root and stem meet.biology botany natural-sciences
MonarchycrownEnglishnounThe top of a tree.business forestry
MonarchycrownEnglishnounThe part of a tooth above the gums.anatomy dentistry medicine sciences
MonarchycrownEnglishnounA prosthetic covering for a tooth.dentistry medicine sciences
MonarchycrownEnglishnounA knot formed in the end of a rope by tucking in the strands to prevent them from unravelling.nautical transport
MonarchycrownEnglishnounThe part of an anchor where the arms and the shank meet.nautical transport
MonarchycrownEnglishnounThe rounding, or rounded part, of the deck from a level line.nautical transport
MonarchycrownEnglishnounIn England, a standard size of printing paper measuring 20 × 15 inches.
MonarchycrownEnglishnounIn American, a standard size of writing paper measuring 19 × 15 inches.
MonarchycrownEnglishnounA monocyclic ligand having three or more binding sites, capable of holding a guest in a central location.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
MonarchycrownEnglishnounDuring childbirth, the appearance of the baby's head from the mother's vagina.medicine sciences
MonarchycrownEnglishnounA rounding or smoothing of the barrel opening.engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponry
MonarchycrownEnglishnounThe area enclosed between two concentric perimeters.geometry mathematics sciences
MonarchycrownEnglishnounA round spot shaved clean on the top of the head, as a mark of the clerical state; the tonsure.lifestyle religion
MonarchycrownEnglishnounA whole bird with the legs and wings removed to produce a joint of white meat.
MonarchycrownEnglishnounA formal hat worn by women to Sunday church services; a church crown.colloquial
MonarchycrownEnglishnounThe knurled knob or dial, on the outside of a watch case, used to wind it or adjust the hands.hobbies horology lifestyle
MonarchycrownEnglishadjOf, related to, or pertaining to a crown.not-comparable
MonarchycrownEnglishadjOf, related to, pertaining to the top of a tree or trees.not-comparable
MonarchycrownEnglishverbTo place a crown on the head of.
MonarchycrownEnglishverbTo formally declare (someone) a king, queen, emperor, etc.
MonarchycrownEnglishverbTo bestow something upon as a mark of honour, dignity, or recompense; to adorn; to dignify.
MonarchycrownEnglishverbTo form the topmost or finishing part of; to complete; to consummate; to perfect.
MonarchycrownEnglishverbTo declare (someone) a winner.
MonarchycrownEnglishverbOf a baby, during the birthing process; for the surface of the baby's head to appear in the vaginal opening.medicine sciences
MonarchycrownEnglishverbTo cause to round upward; to make anything higher at the middle than at the edges, such as the face of a machine pulley.transitive
MonarchycrownEnglishverbTo hit on the head.
MonarchycrownEnglishverbTo shoot an opponent in the back of the head with a shotgun in a first-person shooter video game.video-games
MonarchycrownEnglishverbIn checkers, to stack two checkers to indicate that the piece has become a king.
MonarchycrownEnglishverbOf a forest fire or bushfire, to spread to the crowns of the trees and thence move from tree to tree independent of the surface fire.
MonarchycrownEnglishverbTo widen the opening of the barrel.engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponry
MonarchycrownEnglishverbTo effect a lodgment upon, as upon the crest of the glacis, or the summit of the breach.government military politics war
MonarchycrownEnglishverbTo lay the ends of the strands of (a knot) over and under each other.nautical transport
MonarchycrownEnglishverbTo be on the point of defecating.intransitive slang
MonarchycrownEnglishverbpast participle of crowarchaic form-of participle past
MonasticismmonkEnglishnounA male member of a monastic order who has devoted his life for religious service.
MonasticismmonkEnglishnounIn earlier usage, an eremite or hermit devoted to solitude, as opposed to a cenobite, who lived communally.
MonasticismmonkEnglishnounA male who leads an isolated life; a loner, a hermit.slang
MonasticismmonkEnglishnounAn unmarried man who does not have sexual relationships.slang
MonasticismmonkEnglishnounA judge.slang
MonasticismmonkEnglishnounAn inkblot.media printing publishingarchaic
MonasticismmonkEnglishnounA piece of tinder made of agaric, used in firing the powder hose or train of a mine.
MonasticismmonkEnglishnounA South American monkey (Pithecia monachus); also applied to other species, as Cebus xanthosternos.
MonasticismmonkEnglishnounThe bullfinch, common bullfinch, European bullfinch, or Eurasian bullfinch (Pyrrhula pyrrhula).
MonasticismmonkEnglishnounThe monkfish.
MonasticismmonkEnglishnounA fuse for firing mines.historical
MonasticismmonkEnglishverbTo be a monk.
MonasticismmonkEnglishverbTo act like a monk; especially to be contemplative.
MonasticismmonkEnglishverbTo monkey or meddle; to behave in a manner that is not systematic.
MonasticismmonkEnglishverbTo be intoxicated or confused.
MonasticismmonkEnglishverbTo be attached in a way that sticks out.
MonasticismmonkEnglishnounA monkey.colloquial
MonasticismpostulantEnglishnounA person seeking admission to a religious order.lifestyle religion
MonasticismpostulantEnglishnounA person who submits a petition for something; a petitioner.
Monasticism法師Chinesenounone who has mastered the sutrasBuddhism lifestyle religion
Monasticism法師ChinesenounBuddhist priest or monkas a title honorific usually
Monasticism法師Chinesenounwizard; magefantasy
MoneychintzyEnglishadjOf or decorated with chintz.
MoneychintzyEnglishadjTastelessly showy; cheap, gaudy, or tacky.figuratively
MoneychintzyEnglishadjExcessively reluctant to spend; miserly, stingy.figuratively
MoneydanersRomanschnounplural of danerVallander form-of masculine plural
MoneydanersRomanschnounmoneyRumantsch-Grischun Surmiran Sursilvan Sutsilvan masculine plural
MoneygredyMiddle EnglishadjEnvious, greedy; lusting after wealth or lucre; displaying avarice or greed.
MoneygredyMiddle EnglishadjVoracious, insatiable, tending to overeat or excessively eat (used of people and beasts)
MoneygredyMiddle EnglishadjOverexcited; excessively eager or willing; displaying impulsiveness.
MoneygredyMiddle EnglishadjStarving, hungry; requiring or necessitating nutrition.rare
MoneyshortchangeEnglishverbTo defraud (someone) by giving them less change than they should be given after a transaction.transitive
MoneyshortchangeEnglishverbTo deprive (someone) of something due; to treat unfairly; to cheat, deceive.broadly transitive
MoneyshortchangeEnglishverbTo make disadvantaged by design.
MoneytresorieMiddle EnglishnounA treasury (repository for valuables)
MoneytresorieMiddle EnglishnounThe resources of a government.
MoneytresorieMiddle EnglishnounA treasury department; the department in charge of funds.rare
MonthsPoutū-te-rangiMaorinameThe tenth month of the maramataka (lunar calendar), corresponding to February–March of the Gregorian calendar.
MonthsPoutū-te-rangiMaorinameAltair (star in Aquila)
Moons of JupiterEuropaSwedishnameEurope, the westernmost part of the Eurasian continent, north of Africa and west of Asianeuter
Moons of JupiterEuropaSwedishnameEuropa (goddess)common-gender
Moons of JupiterEuropaSwedishnameEuropa, a moon of Jupitercommon-gender
Moons of UranusRosalindEnglishnameA female given name from the Germanic languages.
Moons of UranusRosalindEnglishnameA moon of Uranusastronomy natural-sciences
Morning glory family plantssilverbushEnglishnounAny of several bushes with a silvery appearance. / Argythamnia spp., found from Texas to Colombia
Morning glory family plantssilverbushEnglishnounAny of several bushes with a silvery appearance. / Convolvulus cneorum, of the Mediterranean
Morning glory family plantssilverbushEnglishnounAny of several bushes with a silvery appearance. / Sophora tomentosa subsp. australis, of Australia
MosquitoeswrigglerEnglishnounAnything that wriggles.
MosquitoeswrigglerEnglishnounThe larva of a mosquito.
MosquitoeswrigglerEnglishnounA cunning or tricky person; a dodger.
MountainsHimalajaFinnishnameHimalaya (one mountain in the mountain range)
MountainsHimalajaFinnishnameHimalayas (mountain range)
MountainsսարOld Armeniannountip, end
MountainsսարOld Armeniannountop, summit
MountainsսարOld Armeniannounascent
MountainsսարOld Armeniannounsummit of a mountain
MountainsսարOld Armeniannounmountain
Municipalities of Romblon, PhilippinesConcepcionCebuanonamea female given name
Municipalities of Romblon, PhilippinesConcepcionCebuanonamea surname from Spanish
Municipalities of Romblon, PhilippinesConcepcionCebuanonameany of a number of places, including Concepcion, Romblon
MurdersnuffEnglishnounFinely ground or pulverized tobacco intended for use by being sniffed or snorted into the nose.countable uncountable
MurdersnuffEnglishnounFine-ground or minced tobacco, dry or moistened, intended for use by placing a pinch behind the lip or beneath the tongue; see also snus.countable uncountable
MurdersnuffEnglishnounA snort or sniff of fine-ground, powdered, or pulverized tobacco.countable uncountable
MurdersnuffEnglishnounThe act of briskly inhaling by the nose; a sniff, a snort.countable uncountable
MurdersnuffEnglishnounResentment or skepticism expressed by quickly drawing air through the nose; snuffling; sniffling.countable uncountable
MurdersnuffEnglishnounSnot, mucus.countable obsolete uncountable
MurdersnuffEnglishnounSmell, scent, odour.countable obsolete uncountable
MurdersnuffEnglishverbTo inhale through the nose.
MurdersnuffEnglishverbTo turn up the nose and inhale air, as an expression of contempt; hence, to take offence.
MurdersnuffEnglishverbTo drug (a person) with a mixture of snuff and beer.Ireland UK obsolete slang transitive
MurdersnuffEnglishnounThe burning part of a candle wick, or the black, burnt remains of a wick (which must be periodically removed).countable uncountable
MurdersnuffEnglishnounLeavings in a glass after drinking; heeltaps.countable obsolete uncountable
MurdersnuffEnglishnounA murder.countable slang uncountable
MurdersnuffEnglishnounA film or video clip which involves a real non-acted murder.attributive countable slang uncountable
MurdersnuffEnglishverbTo extinguish a candle or oil-lamp flame by covering the burning end of the wick until the flame is suffocated.
MurdersnuffEnglishverbTo trim the burnt part of a candle wick.obsolete
MurdersnuffEnglishverbTo snuff out; to extinguish; to put out; to kill.slang
MusicnootDutchnounnutfeminine
MusicnootDutchnountesticle, nutfeminine plural vulgar
MusicnootDutchnounnote (musical note)feminine
MusicnootDutchnounnote (brief remark)feminine
MusicnootDutchnounnote (a commentary or reference appended to a text)feminine
MusicnootDutchnouncattle, livestockarchaic neuter uncountable
MusicnootDutchnouncow, neatarchaic neuter uncountable
MusicparoliloEsperantonouna speaker (electrical device to produce sound)
MusicparoliloEsperantonouna speaker (electrical device to produce sound) / loudspeaker
Music転調Japanesenounmodulation; key change
Music転調Japaneseverbmodulate
Musical genresbluegrassEnglishnounKentucky bluegrass, Poa pratensis.countable uncountable
Musical genresbluegrassEnglishnounA subgenre of country music with roots in Scots-Irish Appalachian folk music, blues, and jazz and characterized by banjos, fiddles, acoustic guitars, dobros, and mandolins; but containing no drums, electric guitars, pianos or other keyboard or wind instruments.entertainment lifestyle musicuncountable
Musical instrumentslúðrOld Norsenounlur, trumpet, hornmasculine
Musical instrumentslúðrOld Norsenounthe stand of a hand-millmasculine
Musical instrumentslúðrOld Norsenouna vessel (originally a hollowed out tree trunk)masculine
Musical instrumentssauterMiddle EnglishnounThe Biblical book of Psalms; the section of the Bible containing psalms.
Musical instrumentssauterMiddle EnglishnounA psalm (hymn in the Book of Psalms)
Musical instrumentssauterMiddle EnglishnounA psalter; a book containing psalms and related material.
Musical instrumentssauterMiddle EnglishnounA psaltery (lute-like string instrument)
Musical instrumentstalleHausanounA small soup pot.
Musical instrumentstalleHausanounA small gourd drum typically played by children during Ramadan.
Musical instrumentsآلتوPersiannounviola
Musical instrumentsآلتوPersiannounaltoentertainment lifestyle music
Myrtales order plantswater chestnutEnglishnounChinese water chestnut (Eleocharis dulcis), grown for its edible corm, used in Asian cooking.uncountable
Myrtales order plantswater chestnutEnglishnounA corm of a plant of this species.countable
Myrtales order plantswater chestnutEnglishnounA water caltrop (Trapa natans).countable uncountable
Mythological creaturesminotaurEnglishnameAlternative letter-case form of Minotaurhuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek alt-of
Mythological creaturesminotaurEnglishnounAnything resembling the Greek monster, whether by appearance or by strength.
MythologytungariNgarrindjerinoungum from the wattle tree.
MythologytungariNgarrindjerinounsecret language
Nationalismanti-imperialistEnglishadjAgainst imperialist ideals and practices.
Nationalismanti-imperialistEnglishnounOne who opposes imperialism.
NationalitiesAzeriEnglishnounA person from Azerbaijan or of Azerbaijani descent.
NationalitiesAzeriEnglishnameThe Turkic language of Azerbaijan.
NationalitiesCanadaghManxadjCanadian (in nationality)
NationalitiesCanadaghManxnounCanadianmasculine
NationalitiesPolannachIrishadjPolishnot-comparable
NationalitiesPolannachIrishnounPole (Polish person)masculine
NationalitiesgoottiFinnishnounA Goth.
NationalitiesgoottiFinnishnounThe Gothic language.
NationalitiesgoottiFinnishnounA goth, member of the goth subculture.
NationalitiesjapānisLatviannouna Japanese man, a man born in Japan or of Japanese descentdeclension-2 masculine
NationalitiesjapānisLatviannounJapanese; pertaining to Japan and its peopledeclension-2 genitive masculine plural
NationalitiesjuutalainenFinnishadjJewishnot-comparable
NationalitiesjuutalainenFinnishnounJew (person)
NationalitiesjuutalainenFinnishnounJews, Jewish people, Jewryin-plural
NationalitieszviedrsLatviannouna (male) Swede, a man from Swedendeclension-1 masculine
NationalitieszviedrsLatviannounSwedish, pertaining to Sweden and its peopledeclension-1 genitive masculine plural
NationalitiesفلسطینیPersianadjPalestinian
NationalitiesفلسطینیPersiannounPalestinian
Naturegichi-ziibiOjibwenounbig riverinanimate
Naturegichi-ziibiOjibwenounMississippi Riverinanimate
New OrleansNew OrleanianEnglishadjOf, or relating to New Orleans, Louisiana.not-comparable
New OrleansNew OrleanianEnglishnounA native or inhabitant of New Orleans.
New World warblersaccentorEnglishnounAny bird of the Eurasian genus Prunella, such as the dunnock.
New World warblersaccentorEnglishnounThe ovenbird, Seiurus aurocapilla.obsolete
New World warblersaccentorEnglishnounOne who sings the leading part; the director or leader.entertainment lifestyle musicobsolete
Nicknames of individualsStewpotEnglishnameA nickname for somebody called Stewart or Stuart (as a given name or a surname).Britain slang
Nicknames of individualsStewpotEnglishnameA nickname for somebody called Stewart or Stuart (as a given name or a surname). / English disc jockey Ed Stewart.Britain slang
NobilitySaljuqidEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Saljuqid dynasty.historical not-comparable
NobilitySaljuqidEnglishnounA member of the Saljuqid dynasty.historical
NobilitykynMiddle EnglishnounOne's relations or kin: / A family; the set of one's relations.uncountable
NobilitykynMiddle EnglishnounOne's relations or kin: / A nation, tribe, or clan.uncountable
NobilitykynMiddle EnglishnounOne's relations or kin: / One's descendants or offspring.uncountable
NobilitykynMiddle EnglishnounA family relationship; kinship: / Ancestry; one's ancestors.uncountable
NobilitykynMiddle EnglishnounA family relationship; kinship: / A noble bloodline.rare uncountable
NobilitykynMiddle EnglishnounA kinsman or kinswoman; one of one's kin.uncountable
NobilitykynMiddle EnglishnounA class or group.Early-Middle-English uncountable
NobilitykynMiddle EnglishnounA method or means.Early-Middle-English uncountable
NobilitykynMiddle EnglishnounSex, gender.rare uncountable
NobilitykynMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of kynealt-of alternative
NobilityأميرArabicnounprince
NobilityأميرArabicnouncommander
NobilityأميرArabicnounleader
NobilityأميرArabicnoungovernor
NorwayNorwegianEnglishnounA native of Norway.countable uncountable
NorwayNorwegianEnglishnounA kind of fishing boat on the Great Lakes of North America.countable uncountable
NorwayNorwegianEnglishnounThe language of Norway, which has two official forms (written standards): Bokmål and Nynorsk.uncountable
NorwayNorwegianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Norway (the country)
NorwayNorwegianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Norwegian people
NorwayNorwegianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Norwegian language
Nuclear warfare長崎JapanesenameNagasaki; a city in Nagasaki prefecture on the West coast of Kyushu, Japan.
Nuclear warfare長崎Japanesenamea surname
NutritiongredylyMiddle EnglishadvVoraciously, insatiably, with a tendency to overeat or excessively eat (used of people and beasts)
NutritiongredylyMiddle EnglishadvEnviously, greedily; in a way that displays avarice or greed.
NutritiongredylyMiddle EnglishadvOverexcitedly or impulsively; in an excessively eager or willing way.
NutsܫܓܕܬܐClassical Syriacnounalmond (especially bitter almond)
NutsܫܓܕܬܐClassical Syriacnounalmond tree
Nymphalid butterflieslurcherEnglishnounOne who lurks or lies in wait; one who watches in order to rob or betray; a poacher.obsolete
Nymphalid butterflieslurcherEnglishnounA type of crossbreed dog ― a cross between a sighthound and any other breed or the offspring of such crosses.
Nymphalid butterflieslurcherEnglishnounA large nymphalid butterfly, Yoma sabina, of Australia and Asia.
Nymphalid butterflieslurcherEnglishnounA glutton; a voracious eaterobsolete
ObesitymarógIrishnounpuddingfeminine
ObesitymarógIrishnounpaunch, spare tyrefeminine
ObesitymarógIrishnounpaunchy personfeminine
OccultconjurerMiddle Englishnounconjurer, magician
OccultconjurerMiddle Englishnounexorcist
OccultnecromancyEnglishnounDivination involving the dead or death.countable uncountable
OccultnecromancyEnglishnounLoosely, any sorcery or witchcraft, especially involving death or the dead, particularly sorcery involving raising or reanimating the dead.countable uncountable
OccultnecromancyEnglishnounSynonym of necropostingInternet countable uncountable
OccupationscontractorEnglishnounA person or company that builds or improves buildings.
OccupationscontractorEnglishnounA person or company that performs specific tasks like electrical or plumbing work in construction projects.
OccupationscontractorEnglishnounA person or company hired to maintain existing facilities like air conditioning systems, groundskeeping, etc.
OccupationscontractorEnglishnounA person hired to do a job on a business contract, as opposed to a permanent employee.
OccupationsexterminatorEnglishnounSomeone or something that exterminates.
OccupationsexterminatorEnglishnounSpecifically, a person whose job it is to kill insects and other pests in a building.
OccupationsguardeOld Frenchnounprotection; act of protecting
OccupationsguardeOld Frenchnounguard (one who guards)
OccupationsguardeOld Frenchverbinflection of guarder: / first/third-person singular present indicativefirst-person indicative present singular third-person
OccupationsguardeOld Frenchverbinflection of guarder: / second-person singular present imperativeimperative present second-person singular
OccupationshaircutterEnglishnounOne who cuts hair; a barber or hairdresser.
OccupationshaircutterEnglishnounAny of various mechanical or electrical devices used to cut hair.
OccupationsjuristEnglishnounAn expert of law or someone who researches jurisprudence.law
OccupationsjuristEnglishnounA judge.lawCanada US
OccupationskirjuriFinnishnounbookkeeper
OccupationskirjuriFinnishnounscribe
OccupationskirjuriFinnishnounscorekeeper
OccupationsprogrammererNorwegian Bokmålnouna programmercomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesmasculine
OccupationsprogrammererNorwegian Bokmålverbpresent tense of programmereform-of present
Occupationssmoke eaterEnglishnounA firefighter.slang
Occupationssmoke eaterEnglishnounA device or piece of equipment designed to remove smoke from the air.
OccupationstunerEnglishnounA person who tunes a piano or organ.
OccupationstunerEnglishnounA device, electronic or mechanical, that helps a person tune a musical instrument by showing the deviation of the played pitch from the desired pitch.
OccupationstunerEnglishnounOn a musical instrument, a peg or mechanical device that changes the tension, and hence pitch, of a string.
OccupationstunerEnglishnounThe component of an audio system that receives radio broadcasts.
OccupationstunerEnglishnounOne who sings or makes music.archaic
OccupationstunerEnglishnounA musical.economics entertainment entertainment-industry lifestyle science sciencesinformal
OccupationsמורהHebrewnounteacher, instructor, educator (a man who teaches).
OccupationsמורהHebrewadjrebellious
OccupationsמורהHebrewverbMasculine singular present participle and present tense of הוֹרָה (horá)form-of masculine participle present singular
OccupationsמורהHebrewverbFeminine singular present participle and present tense of הוֹרָה (horá)feminine form-of participle present singular
OccupationsמנהלHebrewnounboss
OccupationsמנהלHebrewnoundirector
OccupationsמנהלHebrewnounheadmaster
OccupationsמנהלHebrewnounmanager
OccupationsמנהלHebrewnounprincipal
OccupationsמנהלHebrewnounadministration
OccupationsמנהלHebrewverbMasculine singular present participle and present tense of ניהל / נִהֵל (nihél)form-of masculine participle present singular
OccupationsادھکاریUrdunounofficial
OccupationsادھکاریUrdunounfunctionary
OccupationsسائقArabicadjdriving
OccupationsسائقArabicnoundriving force
OccupationsسائقArabicnoundriver, pilot
Occupationsパン屋Japanesenouna bread shop, a bakery
Occupationsパン屋Japanesenounone who runs a bread shop, a baker
Olive family plantsnight-blooming jasmineEnglishnounA shrub or small tree whose intensely fragrant blossoms open at dusk and fade by morning, Nyctanthes arbor-tristiscountable uncountable
Olive family plantsnight-blooming jasmineEnglishnounnight-blooming cestrum, Cestrum nocturnumcountable uncountable
OneమొదటిTeluguadjgenitive of మొదలు (modalu)form-of genitive
OneమొదటిTeluguadjfirst
OnomasticspolynymEnglishnounA name consisting of multiple words.
OnomasticspolynymEnglishnounOne of multiple names for the same thing.
OnomasticspolynymEnglishnounA single word or name with multiple distinct (although possibly related) meanings.
OnomasticspolynymEnglishnounA word that is spelled the same as another, but which has a different pronunciation and meaning; homograph.
OnomasticsselfnameEnglishnounA proper name; a name for one's own self, as opposed to one's family; one's real name.
OnomasticsselfnameEnglishnounA name given to oneself; a self-denomination; self-appellation.
OnomasticsselfnameEnglishnounAn autonym.
Organic chemistrypetrichorEnglishnounThe distinctive scent, caused by geosmin, which accompanies the first rain after a long, warm, dry spell.uncountable
Organic chemistrypetrichorEnglishnounThe yellow organic oil that yields this scent.uncountable
OrganizationsARNEnglishnounInitialism of Amazon resource name.abbreviation alt-of initialism
OrganizationsARNEnglishnameInitialism of Association of Rehabilitation Nurses.abbreviation alt-of initialism
OrthographyabugidaEnglishnounA kind of syllabary (syllabic alphabet) in which a symbol or glyph representing a syllable contains parts representing a vowel and a consonant, such that symbols for syllables not including the default vowel are generated by adding a common notation to indicate the vowel that it does include.human-sciences linguistics sciences
OrthographyabugidaEnglishnounA kind of syllabary (syllabic alphabet) in which a symbol or glyph representing a syllable contains parts representing a vowel and a consonant, typically such that symbols for different syllables are generated by adding, altering or removing the vowel portion, often by applying a diacritic to a stable consonant symbol.human-sciences linguistics sciences
PainstabbingEnglishadjSharp, intense.not-comparable of pain
PainstabbingEnglishnounAn incident in which a person is stabbed.
PainstabbingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of stabform-of gerund participle present
Painthrow outEnglishnounAlternative form of throw-outalt-of alternative
Painthrow outEnglishverbTo discard; to dispense with something; to throw away.idiomatic
Painthrow outEnglishverbTo dismiss or expel someone from any longer performing duty or attending somewhere.idiomatic
Painthrow outEnglishverbTo offer an idea for consideration.idiomatic
Painthrow outEnglishverbTo produce in a haphazard fashion.
Painthrow outEnglishverbTo emit.transitive
Painthrow outEnglishverbTo utter carelessly.transitive
Painthrow outEnglishverbTo cause to project.transitive
Painthrow outEnglishverbTo put into a state of confusion.transitive
Painthrow outEnglishverbTo outdistance; to leave behind.transitive
Painthrow outEnglishverbTo cause or experience debilitating muscle or joint pain in (a body part).transitive
PaintingslantEnglishnounA slope; an incline, inclination.
PaintingslantEnglishnounA sloped surface or line.
PaintingslantEnglishnounA run: a heading driven diagonally between the dip and strike of a coal seam.business mining
PaintingslantEnglishnounSynonym of slash ⟨ / ⟩, particularly in its use to set off pronunciations from other text.media publishing typography
PaintingslantEnglishnounAn oblique movement or course.
PaintingslantEnglishnounA sloping surface in a culture medium.biology natural-sciences
PaintingslantEnglishnounA pan with a sloped bottom used for holding paintbrushes.
PaintingslantEnglishnounA depression on a palette with a sloping bottom for holding and mixing watercolours.
PaintingslantEnglishnounA palette or similar container with slants or sloping depressions.
PaintingslantEnglishnounA sarcastic remark; shade, an indirect mocking insult.US obsolete
PaintingslantEnglishnounAn opportunity, particularly to go somewhere.slang
PaintingslantEnglishnounA crime committed for the purpose of being apprehended and transported to a major settlement.Australia slang
PaintingslantEnglishnounA point of view, an angle.
PaintingslantEnglishnounA look, a glance.US
PaintingslantEnglishnounA person with slanting eyes, particularly an East Asian.US derogatory ethnic slur
PaintingslantEnglishverbTo lean, tilt or incline.intransitive transitive
PaintingslantEnglishverbTo bias or skew.transitive
PaintingslantEnglishverbTo lie or exaggerate.Scotland intransitive
PaintingslantEnglishadjSloping; oblique; slanted.
PakistanPakistaniEnglishnounA person from Pakistan or of Pakistani descent.
PakistanPakistaniEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to Pakistan, or its people.
ParentsgenitorEnglishnouna biological parent (either male or female), or the direct cause of an offspring.
ParentsgenitorEnglishnouna generator; an originator
ParentsgenitorEnglishnounThe genitalsin-plural obsolete
Parentshockey momEnglishnounA soccer mom.Canada
Parentshockey momEnglishnounThe mother of an ice hockey player, particularly a mother who is actively involved with their child's participation in the sport.literally
ParrotspopinjayEnglishnounA parrot.
ParrotspopinjayEnglishnounA decorative image of a parrot on a tapestry, cloth etc.obsolete
ParrotspopinjayEnglishnounA vain, gaudy person; someone who is shallow or superficial.dated
ParrotspopinjayEnglishnounA target to shoot at, typically stuffed with feathers or plumage.archery government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports war
ParrotspopinjayEnglishnounThe green woodpecker, Picus viridis.UK
PathologypathologicalEnglishadjPertaining to pathology.medicine sciences
PathologypathologicalEnglishadjRelating to, amounting to, or caused by a physical or mental disorder.medicine sciences
PathologypathologicalEnglishadjHaving properties which are counterintuitive or difficult to handle.mathematics sciences
PathologypathologicalEnglishadjHaving properties that cause unusually bad behaviour, especially regarding correctness or performance.computer computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences science sciences
PeopleArabophoneEnglishadjArabic-speakingnot-comparable
PeopleArabophoneEnglishnounA person who speaks Arabic.
PeopleMensanEnglishnounA member of Mensa, a society for people who have very high IQs.
PeopleMensanEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Mensa.
PeopleRedEnglishnounA Communist.
PeopleRedEnglishnounA supporter of a sports team who wears red as part of their kit.
PeopleRedEnglishnameA nickname given to someone who has or had red hair.
PeopleRedEnglishadjCommunist.
PeopleShimerianEnglishadjOf, pertaining to, or characteristic of Shimer College
PeopleShimerianEnglishnounA person who is associated with Shimer College
PeopleTurkophoneEnglishadjOf or relating to the Turkic languages or the speakers of these languages.not-comparable
PeopleTurkophoneEnglishnounSomeone who speaks a Turkic language.
Peopleangel momEnglishnounA mother whose child has died.US euphemistic informal
Peopleangel momEnglishnounA mother whose child was killed by an undocumented immigrant.US
Peopleangel momEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see angel, mom.
PeopleanglerEnglishnounA person who fishes with a hook and line.
PeopleanglerEnglishnounAn angler fish, Lophius piscatorius.
PeopleanglerEnglishnounSomeone who tries to work an angle; a person who schemes or has an ulterior motive.
PeopleanglerEnglishnounA thief who uses a hooked stick to steal goods out of shop-windows, grates, etc.UK archaic
PeopleapāyTocharian Bnounsomeone of lower birth, specifically within the context of the Indian caste system
PeopleapāyTocharian Bnounthe birth of such a person
PeopleargonautEnglishnounAny of several species of shelled octopods of the family Argonautidae (of which only the genus Argonauta is not extinct).
PeopleargonautEnglishnounAn adventurer on a dangerous but rewarding quest.
PeopleargonautEnglishnounA 49er, a person who took part in the California Gold Rush of 1849.historical specifically
PeopleascendantEnglishadjMoving upward; ascending, rising.
PeopleascendantEnglishadjControlling, dominant, surpassing.figuratively
PeopleascendantEnglishadjIn an eastern direction rising just above the horizon.astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
PeopleascendantEnglishadjRising towards the zenith.astronomy natural-sciences
PeopleascendantEnglishadjOf a part of an organism: synonym of ascending (“leading or sloping upwards”)biology botany medicine natural-sciences physiology sciences
PeopleascendantEnglishadjSynonym of ascending (“of or pertaining to one's ancestors”)
PeopleascendantEnglishnounThe degree of the zodiac or point of the ecliptic which rises in an eastern direction above the horizon at a particular moment (especially the moment of a person's birth), which is supposed to have a commanding influence on a person's fortune and life; a horoscope.astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciencesalso figuratively
PeopleascendantEnglishnounChiefly in in the ascendant: an act of ascending or rising.broadly
PeopleascendantEnglishnounSynonym of ascendancy (“commanding influence; dominant control; superiority, supremacy”)broadly figuratively
PeopleascendantEnglishnounAn ancestor.broadly
PeopleascendantEnglishnounA person who ascends or goes up; specifically (usually followed by to), a person who ascends to a throne or assumes some other position of power.broadly obsolete
PeopleascendantEnglishnounSomething which is higher than the things around it; a peak, a summit; specifically (typography), synonym of ascender (“the portion of a lowercase letter that extends above the midline”)broadly obsolete
PeopleascendantEnglishnounSomething which leads or slopes upwards, such as a flight of stairs or an upward incline.broadly obsolete
PeopleascendantEnglishnounA person who supports a policy of ecclesiastical or national supremacy.broadly obsolete rare
PeopleblacklegEnglishnounA fatal cattle disease caused by the soil-borne bacterium Clostridium chauvoei; symptomatic anthrax.agriculture biology business lifestyle medicine natural-sciences pathology sciences veterinary zoologyuncountable
PeopleblacklegEnglishnounA disease of potato crops caused by pectolytic bacteria, characterized by blackening and decay of the lower stem portion.uncountable
PeopleblacklegEnglishnounA person who cheats in a game; a cheater, especially a dishonest bookmaker.countable
PeopleblacklegEnglishnounA person who takes the place of striking workers; a scab.countable
PeopleblacklegEnglishverbTo continue working whilst fellow workers strike.
PeopleblockheadEnglishnounA stupid person.colloquial
PeopleblockheadEnglishnounA sideshow performer who hammers nails or similar items through his or her nostril into the nasal cavity; human blockhead.
PeopleblockheadEnglishverbTo perform as a human blockhead.
PeopleblockheadEnglishverbTo behave in a stupid manner.rare
PeopleboosterEnglishnounSomething that boosts.
PeopleboosterEnglishnounShort for booster seat.abbreviation alt-of
PeopleboosterEnglishnounThe first stage of a multistage rocket that provides the thrust for liftoff and the initial flight.
PeopleboosterEnglishnounA motor-generator set used for voltage regulation in direct current electrical power circuits.
PeopleboosterEnglishnounSomeone who is a fan or supporter of something.
PeopleboosterEnglishnounSomeone who promotes a town or business.
PeopleboosterEnglishnounA member of a booster club.
PeopleboosterEnglishnounA booster dose.immunology medicine sciences
PeopleboosterEnglishnounA small quantity of a sensitive explosive that is triggered by a detonator and provides the energy needed to detonate a larger quantity of a less-sensitive explosive.
PeopleboosterEnglishnounA term that serves to amplify or strengthen an utterance, such as "really".human-sciences linguistics sciences
PeopleboosterEnglishnounA power-up item.video-games
PeopleboosterEnglishnounA package of cards or figurines designed to add to a player's collection.games gaming
PeopleboosterEnglishnounA thief.slang
PeopleboosterEnglishnounA booster engine fitted to a steam locomotive.rail-transport railways transport
PeopleboosterEnglishverbTo give a booster shot to; to boost.medicine sciencestransitive
Peoplebrigadier generalEnglishnounA military officer who commands a brigade.government military politics war
Peoplebrigadier generalEnglishnounA one star general.government military politics warUS
Peoplebrigadier generalEnglishnounA military rank between colonel and the second lowest general rank or major general, having an O7 NATO rank scale equivalencygovernment military politics war
Peoplebundle of nervesEnglishnounA person with an especially nervous, excitable, or fearful disposition.idiomatic
Peoplebundle of nervesEnglishnounA lively, continually active person.dated idiomatic
PeoplecardinalEnglishadjOf fundamental importance; crucial, pivotal.
PeoplecardinalEnglishadjOf or relating to the cardinal directions (north, south, east and west).nautical transport
PeoplecardinalEnglishadjDescribing a "natural" number used to indicate quantity (e.g., zero, one, two, three), as opposed to an ordinal number indicating relative position.
PeoplecardinalEnglishadjHaving a bright red color (from the color of a Catholic cardinal's cassock).
PeoplecardinalEnglishnounOne of the officials appointed by the pope in the Roman Catholic Church, ranking only below the pope and the patriarchs, constituting the special college which elects the pope. (See Wikipedia article on Catholic cardinals.)Catholicism Christianity Roman-Catholicismcountable uncountable
PeoplecardinalEnglishnounAny of a genus of songbirds of the finch family, Cardinalis.countable uncountable
PeoplecardinalEnglishnounAny of various related passerine birds of the family Cardinalidae (See Wikipedia article on cardinals) and other similar birds that were once considered to be related.countable uncountable
PeoplecardinalEnglishnounA deep red color, somewhat less vivid than scarlet, the traditional colour of a Catholic cardinal's cassock. (same as cardinal red)colorcountable uncountable
PeoplecardinalEnglishnounShort for cardinal number, a number indicating quantity, or the size of a set (e.g., 0, 1, 2, 3). (See Cardinal_number.)mathematics sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
PeoplecardinalEnglishnounShort for cardinal numeral, a word used to represent a cardinal number.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
PeoplecardinalEnglishnounShort for cardinal flower (Lobelia cardinalis), a flowering plant.abbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
PeoplecardinalEnglishnounShort for cardinal tetra (Paracheirodon axelrodi), a freshwater fish.abbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
PeoplecardinalEnglishnounA woman's short cloak with a hood, originally made of scarlet cloth.countable historical uncountable
PeoplecardinalEnglishnounMulled red wine.countable obsolete uncountable
PeopleciteseynMiddle EnglishnounA freeman or burgher: a legally-recognized member of an incorporated city.
PeopleciteseynMiddle EnglishnounA resident or inhabitant of a city (irregardless of burgher status); an urbanite.
PeopleciteseynMiddle EnglishnounOne who inhabits a state, area or province, especially if they are not a serf.
PeopleciteseynMiddle EnglishnounOne who inhabits heaven; an inhabitant of the afterlife.
PeoplecooperEnglishnounA craftsman who makes and repairs barrels and similar wooden vessels such as casks, buckets and tubs.countable uncountable
PeoplecooperEnglishnounA drink of half stout and half porter.countable obsolete uncountable
PeoplecooperEnglishverbTo make and repair barrels etc.archaic
PeoplecooperEnglishnounAlternative form of coper (“floating grog shop”)alt-of alternative
PeoplecooperEnglishverbAlternative form of coper (“operate as floating grog shop”)alt-of alternative
PeoplecrackpotEnglishnounAn eccentric, crazy or foolish person.informal
PeoplecrackpotEnglishnounSomeone addicted to crack cocaine (i.e. a drug addict).informal
PeoplecrackpotEnglishadjEccentric or impractical.informal
PeoplecuratorEnglishnounA person who manages, administers or organizes a collection, either independently or employed by a museum, library, archive or zoo.
PeoplecuratorEnglishnounOne appointed to act as guardian of the estate of a person not legally competent to manage it, or of an absentee; a trustee.
PeoplecuratorEnglishnounA member of a curatorium, a board for electing university professors, etc.
PeoplecuratorEnglishnounAn individual or entity who controls, manages or oversees another.
PeopledelvereMiddle EnglishnounA delver, digger, or excavator.
PeopledelvereMiddle EnglishnounAn agriculturalist or farmer.
PeopledervishEnglishnounAn itinerant Sufi mystic practicing voluntary poverty in devotion to God, and often engaging in ecstatic rituals. / A citizen or inhabitant of Darawiish (circa 1895–1920 C.E.), an anti-colonial polity in modern Somalia headed by Sufis.Islam lifestyle religionhistorical
PeopledervishEnglishnounAn itinerant Sufi mystic practicing voluntary poverty in devotion to God, and often engaging in ecstatic rituals. / One of the followers of Muhammad Ahmad, the Mahdi of the Sudan, in the 1880s.Islam lifestyle religionhistorical
PeopledervishEnglishnounAn itinerant Sufi mystic practicing voluntary poverty in devotion to God, and often engaging in ecstatic rituals. / Any irregular guerrilla fighter resembling the Sudanese Mahdi in equipment, uniform, tactics, etc.Islam lifestyle religionbroadly
PeopledibaakonigewininiOjibwenounjudge
PeopledibaakonigewininiOjibwenounlawyer
PeopledotageMiddle EnglishnounBehaviour that is stupid or ill-advised; ridiculousness or insanity: / Ill-thought or fatuitous love or romantic feelings.Late-Middle-English uncountable
PeopledotageMiddle EnglishnounBehaviour that is stupid or ill-advised; ridiculousness or insanity: / Weakening of the mind due to age; dotage.Late-Middle-English uncountable
PeopledotageMiddle EnglishnounDisintegration, rotting, or collapsing.Late-Middle-English uncountable
PeopledraftswomanEnglishnounA woman employed in making drawings.
PeopledraftswomanEnglishnounA woman exceptionally skilled in drawing.
PeopleepiceneEnglishadjOf or relating to a class of Greek and Latin nouns that may refer to males or females but have a fixed grammatical gender (feminine, masculine, neuter, etc.).human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable
PeopleepiceneEnglishadjOf or relating to nouns or pronouns in any language that have a single form for male and female referents.human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable
PeopleepiceneEnglishadjSuitable for use regardless of sex; unisex.broadly not-comparable
PeopleepiceneEnglishadjOf indeterminate sex, whether asexual, androgynous, hermaphrodite, or intersex; of a human face, intermediate in form between a man's face and a woman's face.biology natural-sciencesfiguratively not-comparable
PeopleepiceneEnglishadjIndeterminate; mixed.broadly not-comparable
PeopleepiceneEnglishadjOf a man: effeminate.broadly derogatory not-comparable usually
PeopleepiceneEnglishnounAn epicene word; preceded by the: the epicene words of a language as a class.human-sciences linguistics sciences
PeopleepiceneEnglishnounAn epicene person, whether biologically asexual, androgynous, hermaphrodite, or intersex; an androgyne, a hermaphrodite.biology natural-sciencesfiguratively
PeopleepiceneEnglishnounA transsexual; also, a transvestite.broadly
PeopleepiceneEnglishnounAn effeminate man.broadly derogatory usually
PeoplefarbEnglishnounA historical reenactor (especially an American Civil War reenactor) whose efforts at a historically accurate portrayal are, in the opinion of the speaker, inadequate (for example, wearing a modern wristwatch with period costume). The opposite of farb is "hard-core" (or hardcore), someone who is, in the opinion of the speaker, an "authenticity fanatic".US
PeoplefarbEnglishverbTo act like a farb; to portray a historical character in an inauthentic way.US intransitive slang
PeoplefarrierEnglishnounA person who maintains the health and balance of horses' feet through the trimming of the hoof and fitting of horseshoes.
PeoplefarrierEnglishverbTo practise as a farrier; to carry on the trade of a farrier.intransitive
PeoplefoliehattSwedishnouna tinfoil hatcommon-gender
PeoplefoliehattSwedishnountinfoil hatter, conspiracy theoristcommon-gender derogatory
PeoplefucksterEnglishnounAn undesirable person.derogatory
PeoplefucksterEnglishnounA person, usually a man, who is an eager and energetic participant in sexual intercourse.vulgar
PeoplegastronautEnglishnounA person with a keen appreciation for food.
PeoplegastronautEnglishnounA person whose whole focus is narrowly directed to the enjoyment of fine food.
PeoplegreenshirtEnglishnounA member of Canada's Social Credit Party, which was thought by its opponents to resemble a fascist movement, at least in its style and presentation.Canada derogatory historical
PeoplegreenshirtEnglishnounA member of the Iron Guard death squads in Romania.
PeopleingrateEnglishadjUngrateful.obsolete poetic
PeopleingrateEnglishadjUnfriendly; unpleasant.obsolete
PeopleingrateEnglishnounAn ungrateful person.
PeopleintransigentEnglishadjUnwilling to compromise or moderate a position; unreasonable.
PeopleintransigentEnglishnounA person who is intransigent.
PeoplejackEnglishnounA coarse mediaeval coat of defence, especially one made of leather.
PeoplejackEnglishnounA man. / A name applied to a hypothetical or typical man.capitalized
PeoplejackEnglishnounA man. / A man, a fellow; a typical man; men in general.US countable
PeoplejackEnglishnounA man. / A sailor.colloquial
PeoplejackEnglishnounA man. / A policeman or detective; (Australia) a military policeman.slang
PeoplejackEnglishnounA man. / A manual laborer.archaic
PeoplejackEnglishnounA man. / A lumberjack.Canada US colloquial
PeoplejackEnglishnounA man. / A sepoy.India historical slang
PeoplejackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A device for turning a spit; a smokejack or roasting jack.
PeoplejackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / Each of a series of blocks in a harpsichord or the earlier virginal, communicating the action of the key to the quill; sometime also, a hopper in a modern piano.
PeoplejackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A support for wood being sawn; a sawhorse or sawbuck.obsolete
PeoplejackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A device used to hold a boot by the heel, to assist in removing the boot.
PeoplejackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A mechanical device used to raise and (temporarily) support a heavy object, now especially to lift one side of a motor vehicle when (e.g.) changing a tyre.
PeoplejackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / Any of various levers for raising or lowering the sinkers which push the loops down on the needles in a knitting machine or stocking frame.
PeoplejackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A wedge for separating rocks rent by blasting.business miningarchaic
PeoplejackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A grating device used to separate and guide the threads in a warping machine; a heck box.obsolete
PeoplejackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A machine for twisting the sliver as it leaves a carding machine, in the preparation of yarn.obsolete
PeoplejackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A switch for a jack plug, a jackknife switch; (more generally) a socket used to connect a device to a circuit, network etc.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
PeoplejackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A pitcher or other vessel for holding liquid, especially alcoholic drink; a black-jack.historical regional
PeoplejackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / The lowest court card in a deck of standard playing cards, ranking between the 10 and queen, with an image of a knave or pageboy on it.card-games games
PeoplejackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A small, typically white, ball used as the target ball in bowls; a jack-ball.
PeoplejackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A small ship's flag used as a signal or identifying device; a small flag flown at the bow of the vessel.nautical transport
PeoplejackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A measure of liquid corresponding to a quarter of a pint.UK archaic historical regional
PeoplejackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A fake coin designed to look like a sovereign.obsolete slang
PeoplejackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A jack crosstree.nautical transportarchaic historical
PeoplejackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A small, six-pointed playing piece used in the game of jacks.games
PeoplejackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A torch or other light used in hunting to attract or dazzle game at night.US
PeoplejackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / Money.US slang
PeoplejackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A strong alcoholic liquor, especially home-distilled or illicit.Canada US
PeoplejackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / Nothing, jack shit.colloquial euphemistic
PeoplejackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / The eleventh batsman to come to the crease in an innings.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsslang
PeoplejackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A smooth often ovoid large gravel or small cobble in a natural water course.slang
PeoplejackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / A pike, especially when young.
PeoplejackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / A male ass, especially when kept for breeding.US
PeoplejackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / Any of the marine fish in the family Carangidae.
PeoplejackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / A jackrabbit.US
PeoplejackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / A large California rockfish, the bocaccio, Sebastes paucispinis.
PeoplejackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / Mangifera caesia, related to the mango tree.
PeoplejackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / Plant in the genus Arisaema, also known as Jack-in-the-pulpit, and capitalized Jack.colloquial
PeoplejackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / Spadix of a plant (also capitalized Jack).colloquial
PeoplejackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / Plant of the genus Emex, also considered synonymous to Rumex, if not then containing two species lesser jack and little jack for Emex spinosa syn. Rumex spinosus, Australian English three-corner jack and prickly jack for Emex australis syn. Rumex hypogaeus.
PeoplejackEnglishverbTo physically raise using a jack.transitive
PeoplejackEnglishverbTo raise or increase.transitive
PeoplejackEnglishverbTo increase the potency of an alcoholic beverage similarly to distillation by chilling it to below the freezing point of water, removing the water ice crystals that form, and leaving the still-liquid alcoholic portion.
PeoplejackEnglishverbTo steal (something), typically an automobile; to rob (someone).colloquial transitive
PeoplejackEnglishverbTo dance by moving the torso forward and backward in a rippling motion.intransitive
PeoplejackEnglishverbTo jack off, to masturbate.colloquial vulgar
PeoplejackEnglishadjTired, disillusioned; fed up (with).Australia
PeoplejackEnglishnounThe edible fruit of the Asian tree (Artocarpus heterophyllus); also the tree itself.
PeoplejackEnglishnounThe related tree Mangifera caesia.
PeoplejackEnglishnounA home run.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsslang
PeoplejackEnglishverbTo hit (the ball) hard; especially, to hit (the ball) out of the field, producing a home run.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsslang transitive
PeoplejuelMiddle EnglishnounSomething of great monetary worth or value, especially when made of gems: / An item of jewelery; a piece of personal ornamentation.
PeoplejuelMiddle EnglishnounSomething of great monetary worth or value, especially when made of gems: / A jewel or gem; a precious stone.Late-Middle-English
PeoplejuelMiddle EnglishnounSomething of great monetary worth or value, especially when made of gems: / One of one's testes.Late-Middle-English euphemistic rare
PeoplejuelMiddle EnglishnounSomething of great non-monetary worth or value; a keepsake or artifact.
PeoplejuelMiddle EnglishnounA well-crafted, well-built, or well-designed object.
PeoplejuelMiddle EnglishnounA person who is dear to one's heart; a loved one.
PeoplejuelMiddle EnglishnounA present; something given as thanks or as bribery.
PeoplejuelMiddle EnglishnounA plaything or toy.rare
Peopleknave childMiddle Englishnounmale offspring; son
Peopleknave childMiddle Englishnounboy, lad, male child
Peopleknave childMiddle Englishnounbaby, infant
PeoplekvetchEnglishverbTo whine or complain, often needlessly and incessantly.
PeoplekvetchEnglishnounA person who endlessly whines or complains; a person who finds fault with anything.
PeoplekvetchEnglishnounAn instance of kvetching; a complaint or whine.
PeoplelickpotEnglishnounThe forefinger.archaic childish
PeoplelickpotEnglishnounAn untrustworthy sycophant.
PeoplelipreaderEnglishnounSomeone who is able to tell what a person is saying by looking at the motion of the lips (a technique used by the deaf, although it can be learned by the hearing, called lipreading).
PeoplelipreaderEnglishnounA person who lipreads, or encourages people to do so.
PeoplemarshalEnglishnounA high-ranking officer in the household of a medieval prince or lord, who was originally in charge of the cavalry and later the military forces in general.historical
PeoplemarshalEnglishnounA military officer of the highest rank in several countries, including France and the former Soviet Union; equivalent to a general of the army in the United States. See also field marshal.
PeoplemarshalEnglishnounA person in charge of the ceremonial arrangement and management of a gathering.
PeoplemarshalEnglishnounA federal lawman.US
PeoplemarshalEnglishverbTo arrange (troops, etc.) in line for inspection or a parade.
PeoplemarshalEnglishverbTo arrange (facts, etc.) in some methodical order.broadly
PeoplemarshalEnglishverbTo ceremoniously guide, conduct or usher.
PeoplemarshalEnglishverbTo gather data for transmission.
PeoplemarshalEnglishverbTo serialize an object into a marshalled state represented by a sequence of bytes that can later be converted back into an object with equivalent properties.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
Peoplemixed parentageEnglishnounHaving mixed racial parentage or ancestry.countable of a person uncountable
Peoplemixed parentageEnglishnoundescribes the parentage of a hybrid; descended from parents of different breeds or with different traits.countable of an animal uncountable
PeoplemuckamuckEnglishnounA person in a position of power or authority, or of high status.colloquial countable derogatory sometimes
PeoplemuckamuckEnglishnounFood.US dated dialectal possibly uncountable
PeoplemusoBambaranounwoman
PeoplemusoBambaranounwife
PeoplenannieEnglishnounAlternative form of nanny (female goat)alt-of alternative
PeoplenannieEnglishnounAlternative form of nanny (grandmother)alt-of alternative
PeopleobserverEnglishnounOne who makes observations, monitors or takes notice
PeopleobserverEnglishnounOne who adheres or follows laws, guidelines, etc.
PeopleobserverEnglishnounA person sent as a representative, to a meeting or other function to monitor but not to participate
PeopleobserverEnglishnounA country or other entity which has limited participation rights within an organization.
PeopleobserverEnglishnounA crew member on an aircraft who makes observations of enemy positions or aircraftgovernment military politics war
PeopleobserverEnglishnounA sentry etc. manning an observation postgovernment military politics war
PeopleomanTorres Strait Creolenounwife
PeopleomanTorres Strait Creolenouna married woman
PeopleoptimistEnglishnouna person who expects a favourable outcome
PeopleoptimistEnglishnouna believer in optimism
PeoplepedipulatorEnglishnounOne who performs dexterous manipulations of objects using the feet.rare
PeoplepedipulatorEnglishnounA component mechanism which gives a robot the capability of walking; a robot having such a capability.computing engineering mathematics mechanical-engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences robotics sciences
PeoplepedipulatorEnglishnounA foot.humorous rare
Peoplepencil dickEnglishnounA penis of inadequate girth.derogatory slang vulgar
Peoplepencil dickEnglishnounA man with a penis of inadequate girth.derogatory slang term-of-address vulgar
PeoplepersonageEnglishnounA person, especially one who is famous or important.
PeoplepersonageEnglishnouncharacter (in a film, book, play, etc.)
PeoplepersonageEnglishnounThe creation of corporate persons named after living people.
PeoplepersonageEnglishnounCharacter represented; external appearance; persona.
PeoplephilanthropistEnglishnounA person who loves humankind in general.
PeoplephilanthropistEnglishnounA person or institution who seeks to improve the world, especially by monetary gifts.
PeoplephotorealistEnglishnounAn artist who works in photorealism.
PeoplephotorealistEnglishadjOf, pertaining to or exemplifying photorealismnot-comparable
PeoplepostmasterEnglishnounThe head of a post office.
PeoplepostmasterEnglishnounThe administrator of an electronic mail system.Internet
PeoplepostmasterEnglishnounA kind of scholar at Merton College, Oxford; portionist.Britain
PeoplepostmasterEnglishnounOne who has charge of a station for the accommodation of travellers; one who supplies post horses.archaic
PeoplepresoTagalognounprisoner
PeoplepresoTagalognounprison; penitentiary
PeoplerefuteMiddle Englishnounrefuge (state of protection or comfort)uncountable
PeoplerefuteMiddle Englishnounrefuge (place of protection or comfort)uncountable
PeoplerefuteMiddle EnglishnounA protector or comforter.uncountable
PeoplerobberEnglishnounA person who robs.
PeoplerobberEnglishnounAn animal who robs.
Peoplerobo-signerEnglishnounSomeone who signs documents without reviewing thembusiness
Peoplerobo-signerEnglishnounA mortgage servicing employee who approves a foreclosure without reviewing relevant documentsbusiness
PeopleschizoEnglishnounSchizophrenic.derogatory slang
PeopleschizoEnglishnounA mad or crazy person.colloquial derogatory
PeoplescragEnglishnounA thin or scrawny person or animal.archaic
PeoplescragEnglishnounThe lean end of a neck of mutton; the scrag end.archaic
PeoplescragEnglishnounThe neck, especially of a sheep.archaic
PeoplescragEnglishnounA scrog.Scotland
PeoplescragEnglishnounA chav or ned; a stereotypically loud and aggressive person of lower social class.UK derogatory slang
PeoplescragEnglishnounA rough or unkempt woman.Australia derogatory slang
PeoplescragEnglishnounA ragged, stunted tree or branch.
PeoplescragEnglishverbTo hang on a gallows, or to choke, garotte, or strangle.colloquial obsolete
PeoplescragEnglishverbTo harass; to manhandle.
PeoplescragEnglishverbTo destroy or kill.
PeopleseederEnglishnounA device used to plant seeds; a seed drillagriculture business lifestyle
PeopleseederEnglishnounAn implement used to remove the seeds from fruit etc.
PeopleseederEnglishnounA person who seeds clouds in order to make it rain
PeopleseederEnglishnounA person connected to a peer-to-peer network who has a complete or partial copy of a given file and makes it available for downloading.Internet
PeopleseederEnglishnounA process that seeds a random number generator.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
PeopleseederEnglishnounA stamp-type leatherworking tool predominantly used in floral designs to represent the seeds in the center of a flower.
Peopleshabbos goyEnglishnounA Gentile who performs certain acts which are forbidden to observant Jews on the Sabbath/Shabbat, such as kindling fire.
Peopleshabbos goyEnglishnounA Gentile who opposes anti-Semitism.derogatory
PeopleshroffEnglishnounA provider of financial services, especially a small-scale independent banker or money changer or (historical) a local expert at detecting bad coin.India
PeopleshroffEnglishnounA cashier, especially for a car park.Hong-Kong
PeopleshroffEnglishnounShort for shroff office: the office of a shroff at a car park, etc.Hong-Kong abbreviation alt-of
PeopleshroffEnglishverbTo act as a shroff, especially (historical) to inspect coins to detect debasement, counterfeits, clipping, etc. for a commission.India transitive
PeoplesillyEnglishadjLaughable or amusing through foolishness or a foolish appearance.
PeoplesillyEnglishadjLaughable or amusing through foolishness or a foolish appearance. / Absurdly large.of numbers
PeoplesillyEnglishadjBlessed / Good; pious.Scotland obsolete
PeoplesillyEnglishadjBlessed / Holy.Scotland obsolete
PeoplesillyEnglishadjPitiful, inspiring compassion / Innocent; suffering undeservedly, especially as an epithet of lambs and sheep.Northern-England Scotland literary rare
PeoplesillyEnglishadjPitiful, inspiring compassion / Helpless, defenseless.Northern-England Scotland literary rare
PeoplesillyEnglishadjPitiful, inspiring compassion / Insignificant, worthless, (chiefly Scotland) especially with regard to land quality.Northern-England Scotland rare
PeoplesillyEnglishadjPitiful, inspiring compassion / Weak, frail; flimsy (use concerning people and animals is now obsolete).Northern-England Scotland rare
PeoplesillyEnglishadjPitiful, inspiring compassion / Sickly; feeble; infirm.Northern-England Scotland rare
PeoplesillyEnglishadjPitiful, inspiring compassionNorthern-England Scotland rare
PeoplesillyEnglishadjSimple, plain / Rustic, homely.rare
PeoplesillyEnglishadjSimple, plain / Lowly, of humble station.obsolete rare
PeoplesillyEnglishadjMentally simple, foolish / Rustic, uneducated, unlearned.obsolete
PeoplesillyEnglishadjMentally simple, foolish / Thoughtless, lacking judgment.
PeoplesillyEnglishadjMentally simple, foolish / Mentally retarded.Scotland
PeoplesillyEnglishadjMentally simple, foolish / Stupefied, senseless; stunned or dazed.
PeoplesillyEnglishadjVery close to the batsman, facing the bowler; closer than short.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsof a fielding position
PeoplesillyEnglishadvSillily: in a silly manner.colloquial regional
PeoplesillyEnglishnounA silly person.colloquial
PeoplesillyEnglishnounA term of address.endearing
PeoplesillyEnglishnounA mistake.colloquial
PeopleskipEnglishverbTo move by hopping on alternate feet.intransitive
PeopleskipEnglishverbTo leap about lightly.intransitive
PeopleskipEnglishverbTo skim, ricochet or bounce over a surface.intransitive
PeopleskipEnglishverbTo throw (something), making it skim, ricochet, or bounce over a surface.transitive
PeopleskipEnglishverbTo disregard, miss or omit part of a continuation (some item or stage).transitive
PeopleskipEnglishverbNot to attend (some event, especially a class or a meeting).informal transitive
PeopleskipEnglishverbTo leave, especially in a sudden and covert manner.informal transitive
PeopleskipEnglishverbTo leap lightly over.
PeopleskipEnglishverbTo jump rope.
PeopleskipEnglishverbTo cause the stylus to jump back to the previous loop of the record's groove, continously repeating that part of the sound, as a result of excessive scratching or wear. (of a phonograph record)
PeopleskipEnglishverbTo pass by a stitch as if it were not there, continuing with the next stitch.arts business crafts crocheting hobbies knitting lifestyle manufacturing textiles
PeopleskipEnglishverbTo have insufficient ink transfer.media printing publishing
PeopleskipEnglishnounA leaping or jumping movement; the action of one who skips.
PeopleskipEnglishnounThe act of passing over an interval from one thing to another; an omission of a part.
PeopleskipEnglishnounThe act of passing over an interval from one thing to another; an omission of a part. / A trick allowing the player to proceed to a later section of the game without playing through a section that was intended to be mandatory.video-games
PeopleskipEnglishnounA passage from one sound to another by more than a degree at once.entertainment lifestyle music
PeopleskipEnglishnounA person who attempts to disappear so as not to be found.
PeopleskipEnglishnounskywave propagationbroadcasting media radio
PeopleskipEnglishnounA large open-topped container for waste, designed to be lifted onto the back of a truck to remove it along with its contents. (see also skep).Australia Britain New-Zealand
PeopleskipEnglishnounA transportation container in a mine, usually for ore or mullock.business mining
PeopleskipEnglishnounA skip car.
PeopleskipEnglishnounA skep, or basket, such as a creel or a handbasket.Scotland UK dialectal
PeopleskipEnglishnounA wheeled basket used in cotton factories.
PeopleskipEnglishnounA charge of syrup in the pans.
PeopleskipEnglishnounA beehive.
PeopleskipEnglishverbTo place an item in a skip (etymology 2, sense 1).
PeopleskipEnglishnounShort for skipper, the master or captain of a ship, or other person in authority.abbreviation alt-of
PeopleskipEnglishnounThe captain of a sports team. Also, a form of address by the team to the captain.
PeopleskipEnglishnounThe player who calls the shots and traditionally throws the last two rocks.ball-games curling games hobbies lifestyle sports
PeopleskipEnglishnounThe captain of a bowls team, who directs the team's tactics and rolls the side's last wood, so as to be able to retrieve a difficult situation if necessary.
PeopleskipEnglishnounThe scoutmaster of a troop of scouts (youth organization) and their form of address to him.informal
PeopleskipEnglishnounAn Australian of Anglo-Celtic descent.Australia slang
PeopleskipEnglishnounA college servant.historical
PeopleskipEnglishnounA skip-level manager; the boss of one's boss.slang
PeoplesouseEnglishnounSomething kept or steeped in brine. / The pickled ears, feet, etc., of swine. / Pickled scrapple.Appalachia US
PeoplesouseEnglishnounSomething kept or steeped in brine. / The pickled ears, feet, etc., of swine. / Pickled or boiled ears and feet of a pigCaribbean
PeoplesouseEnglishnounSomething kept or steeped in brine. / The pickled ears, feet, etc., of swine.
PeoplesouseEnglishnounSomething kept or steeped in brine. / A pickle made with salt.
PeoplesouseEnglishnounSomething kept or steeped in brine. / The ear; especially, a hog's ear.
PeoplesouseEnglishnounThe act of sousing; a plunging into water.
PeoplesouseEnglishnounA person suffering from alcoholism.
PeoplesouseEnglishverbTo immerse in liquid; to steep or drench.transitive
PeoplesouseEnglishverbTo steep in brine; to pickle.transitive
PeoplesouseEnglishnounThe act of sousing, or swooping.
PeoplesouseEnglishnounA heavy blow.
PeoplesouseEnglishnounPronunciation spelling of source.Internet US alt-of pronunciation-spelling
PeoplesouseEnglishverbTo strike, beat.dialectal transitive
PeoplesouseEnglishverbTo fall heavily.dialectal intransitive
PeoplesouseEnglishverbTo pounce upon.obsolete transitive
PeoplesouseEnglishadvSuddenly, without warning.archaic dialectal not-comparable
PeoplesouseEnglishnounA sou (the French coin).obsolete
PeoplesouseEnglishnounA small amount.dated
PeoplesubjectivistEnglishadjRegarding subjective experience as fundamental.human-sciences philosophy sciences
PeoplesubjectivistEnglishnounOne who subscribes to subjectivism
PeoplesupernaturalistEnglishnounA person who believes in the supernatural.
PeoplesupernaturalistEnglishnounAn advocate of supernaturalism.
PeopletawnyEnglishadjOf a light brown to brownish orange colour.
PeopletawnyEnglishverbTo cause (someone or something) to have a light brown to brownish orange colour; to tan, to tawn.transitive
PeopletawnyEnglishverbTo become a light brown to brownish orange colour; to tan, to tawn.intransitive
PeopletawnyEnglishnounA light brown to brownish orange colour.countable uncountable
PeopletawnyEnglishnounA light brown to brownish orange colour. / Synonym of tenné (“a rarely-used tincture of orange or bright brown”)government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicscountable specifically uncountable
PeopletawnyEnglishnounSomething of a light brown or brownish orange colour (particularly if it has the word tawny in its name).countable uncountable
PeopletawnyEnglishnounSomething of a light brown or brownish orange colour (particularly if it has the word tawny in its name). / The common bullfinch or Eurasian bullfinch (Pyrrhula pyrrhula).countable uncountable
PeopletawnyEnglishnounIn full tawny port: a sweet, fortified port wine which is blended and matured in wooden casks.countable uncountable
PeopletawnyEnglishnounA fabric of a light brown to brownish orange colour.countable obsolete uncountable
PeopletawnyEnglishnounA person with skin of a brown colour.countable obsolete uncountable
PeopletawnyEnglishnounTawny frogmouth.countable uncountable
PeopletawnyEnglishnounTawny owl.countable uncountable
PeopletruckerEnglishnounOne who has done something offensive; a deceitful, dishonest, or disreputable person; a deceiver; a cheat.UK derogatory dialectal
PeopletruckerEnglishnounA rogue; rascal; miscreant; a ne'er-do-well.Scotland UK derogatory dialectal
PeopletruckerEnglishadjDishonest; resulting from or inspired by dishonesty.Scotland UK derogatory dialectal
PeopletruckerEnglishnounA truck driver.Canada US informal
PeopletruckerEnglishnounOne who trucks or trafficks, by trade of goods; a trafficker.archaic dialectal
PeopleunionistEnglishadjOf or pertaining to unionism (in any sense).capitalized sometimes
PeopleunionistEnglishnounAn advocate or supporter of unionism (in any sense).
PeopleunionistEnglishnounA trade unionist.
PeoplevetturinoEnglishnounOne who lets or drives a vettura.historical
PeoplevetturinoEnglishnounA vettura.historical
Perch and dartersdarterEnglishnounOne who darts, or who throws darts; that which darts.
Perch and dartersdarterEnglishnounAny member of the family Anhingidae, waterbirds with long necks.
Perch and dartersdarterEnglishnounAny of various darting freshwater fish of the family Percidae, that are usually small and brightly coloured and are native to North America.
Perch and dartersdarterEnglishnounAny of the similar South American (and Panamanian) freshwater fish in the characin family Crenuchidae
Perch and dartersdarterEnglishnounAny of the dragonflies in the genus SympetrumUK
Perch and dartersdarterEnglishnounAny of various hesperiid butterflies of the genera Arrhenes and Telicota.
Percoid fishpigfishEnglishnounAny one of several species of salt-water grunts, called also hogfish. / A golden-spot hogfish (Bodianus perditio)
Percoid fishpigfishEnglishnounAny one of several species of salt-water grunts, called also hogfish. / A redmouth grunt (Orthopristis chrysoptera)
Percoid fishpigfishEnglishnounAny one of several species of salt-water grunts, called also hogfish. / A red pigfish (Bodianus unimaculatus)
Percoid fishpigfishEnglishnounAny of several other fishes thought to resemble pigs, including / A sculpin, family Cottidae
Percoid fishpigfishEnglishnounAny of several other fishes thought to resemble pigs, including / Fishes in the family Congiopodidae
Percoid fishsnookEnglishnounA freshwater and marine fish of the family Centropomidae in the order Perciformes.
Percoid fishsnookEnglishnounA freshwater and marine fish of the family Centropomidae in the order Perciformes. / Centropomus undecimalis (common snook).
Percoid fishsnookEnglishnounAny of various other ray-finned fishes in several families.
Percoid fishsnookEnglishverbTo fish for snook.
Percoid fishsnookEnglishnounA disrespectful gesture, performed by placing the tip of a thumb on one's nose with the fingers spread, and typically while wiggling the fingers back and forth.UK as a gesture derogatory
Percoid fishsnookEnglishverbTo sniff out.obsolete
Percoid fishsnookEnglishverbTo lurk; to lie in ambush.obsolete
Percoid fishsweeperEnglishnounOne who sweeps.
Percoid fishsweeperEnglishnounOne who sweeps floors or chimneys.
Percoid fishsweeperEnglishnounA detector for mines.
Percoid fishsweeperEnglishnounAny of the small, tropical marine perciform fishes of the family Pempheridae, typically with deeply keeled, compressed bodies and large eyes.
Percoid fishsweeperEnglishnounA defender who is the last line of defence before the goalkeeper.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sports
Percoid fishsweeperEnglishnounA person who sweeps the ice ahead of the rock in play.ball-games curling games hobbies lifestyle sports
Percoid fishsweeperEnglishnounA batsman who plays sweep shots.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
Percoid fishsweeperEnglishnounA fielding position along the boundary; a fielder in this position.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
Percoid fishsweeperEnglishnounA tree that has fallen over a river with branches extending into the water.
Percoid fishsweeperEnglishnounA carpet sweeper.
Percoid fishsweeperEnglishnounA vacuum cleaner.US regional
Percoid fishsweeperEnglishnounA group of students tasked at cleaning the homeroom after class dismissal.Cebu including regional
Percoid fishsweeperEnglishnounThe last person in the line of hikers that is responsible for ensuring no one gets separated from the group.
Percoid fishsweeperEnglishnounA character designed or capable of knocking out multiple enemies in succession, usually due to a combination of high offense and high speed.video-games
Percoid fishsweeperEnglishnounA large-radius, or high/medium speed corner in a racing circuit, named as such because of the ability of someone to trace the corner profile via "sweeping" motion of the arm.hobbies lifestyle motor-racing racing sportsslang
Percoid fishtoxotesEnglishnounAny fish of genus Toxotes, the archerfishes.
Percoid fishtoxotesEnglishnounA Greek archer armed with a short Greek bow and a short sword.historical
Percussion instrumentsbellEnglishnounA percussive instrument made of metal or other hard material, typically but not always in the shape of an inverted cup with a flared rim, which resonates when struck.
Percussion instrumentsbellEnglishnounAn instrument that emits a ringing sound, situated on a bicycle's handlebar and used by the cyclist to warn of their presence.
Percussion instrumentsbellEnglishnounThe sounding of a bell as a signal.
Percussion instrumentsbellEnglishnounA telephone call.Britain informal
Percussion instrumentsbellEnglishnounA signal at a school that tells the students when a class is starting or ending.
Percussion instrumentsbellEnglishnounThe flared end of a brass or woodwind instrument.entertainment lifestyle music
Percussion instrumentsbellEnglishnounAny of a series of strokes on a bell (or similar), struck every half hour to indicate the time (within a four hour watch)nautical transport
Percussion instrumentsbellEnglishnounThe flared end of a pipe, designed to mate with a narrow spigot.
Percussion instrumentsbellEnglishnounThe bell character.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
Percussion instrumentsbellEnglishnounAnything shaped like a bell, such as the cup or corolla of a flower.
Percussion instrumentsbellEnglishnounThe part of the capital of a column included between the abacus and neck molding; also used for the naked core of nearly cylindrical shape, assumed to exist within the leafage of a capital.architecture
Percussion instrumentsbellEnglishnounA bubble.Scotland archaic
Percussion instrumentsbellEnglishverbTo attach a bell to.transitive
Percussion instrumentsbellEnglishverbTo shape so that it flares out like a bell.transitive
Percussion instrumentsbellEnglishverbTo telephone.slang transitive
Percussion instrumentsbellEnglishverbTo develop bells or corollas; to take the form of a bell; to blossom.intransitive
Percussion instrumentsbellEnglishverbTo bellow or roar.intransitive
Percussion instrumentsbellEnglishverbTo utter in a loud manner; to thunder forth.transitive
Percussion instrumentsbellEnglishnounThe bellow or bay of certain animals, such as a hound on the hunt or a stag in rut.
Percussion instrumentsfriction drumEnglishnounA drum (membranophone) that produces sound through friction.entertainment lifestyle music
Percussion instrumentsfriction drumEnglishnounA type of gear.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
PharmacologyantidotaryEnglishadjRelating to or being an antidote, antidotal.medicine pharmacology sciencesnot-comparable
PharmacologyantidotaryEnglishnounAn antidote.obsolete
PharmacologyantidotaryEnglishnounA book of antidotes or pharmacological preparations.historical
Philatelylinen testerEnglishnounA folding magnifying glass which, when unfolded, forms a frame for the lens at a pre-focussed distance. Commonly used in stamp collecting.
Philatelylinen testerEnglishnounA small magnifying glass, as might be used to check the thread count of linens.
PhoneticsframburðurFaroesenounprogressmasculine
PhoneticsframburðurFaroesenounpronunciationmasculine
PhotographychimpEnglishnounClipping of chimpanzee.abbreviation alt-of clipping informal
PhotographychimpEnglishnounA black person.ethnic offensive slur
PhotographychimpEnglishverbTo review each image on a digital camera after it is taken.derogatory informal often
PhotographychimpEnglishverbTo get very excited when showing images on a digital camera.derogatory informal often
PhotographychimpEnglishverbClipping of chimp out.abbreviation alt-of clipping derogatory of black people offensive slang
PhysicsphysicaLatinnounnatural sciences; natural philosophydeclension-1 feminine
PhysicsphysicaLatinnounphysicsNew-Latin declension-1 feminine
PhysicsphysicaLatinadjinflection of physicus: / nominative/vocative feminine singularfeminine nominative singular vocative
PhysicsphysicaLatinadjinflection of physicus: / nominative/accusative/vocative neuter pluralaccusative neuter nominative plural vocative
PhysicsphysicaLatinadjablative feminine singular of physicusablative feminine form-of singular
PhysicsఆవేశముTelugunounpossession (by evil spirits).
PhysicsఆవేశముTelugunounAn electric charge.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
Pierid butterfliestree nymphEnglishnounIn Greek myth, a female tree spirit; a dryad.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
Pierid butterfliestree nymphEnglishnounAny of various pierid butterflies of the Asian genus Idea.
Pierid butterfliestree nymphEnglishnounAny of various nymphalid butterflies of the African genus Sevenia.
Piperales order plantskawakawaEnglishnounAlternative form of kiwikiwi (“star fern”) (Blechnum fluviatie)alt-of alternative countable uncountable
Piperales order plantskawakawaEnglishnounA false albacore, a fish of species Euthynnus affinis.countable uncountable
Piperales order plantskawakawaEnglishnounPiper excelsum (syn. Macropiper excelsum), a shrub endemic to New Zealand.countable uncountable
Pizzaspaghetti pizzaEnglishnounA type of pizza whose crust is made from spaghetti.countable uncountable
Pizzaspaghetti pizzaEnglishnounAny pizza served with a traditional crust and spaghetti as the primary topping.countable uncountable
Places in ChinaGrand CanalEnglishnameA channel (in Italianː Canal Grande) in Venice, Italy. It forms one of the major water-traffic corridors in the city.
Places in ChinaGrand CanalEnglishnameGrand Canal (China)
Places of worshipabbeyMiddle EnglishnounAn abbey (a building or monastic institution).
Places of worshipabbeyMiddle EnglishnounThe church located inside a monastery.
Places of worshipabbeyMiddle EnglishnounAbbotship; abbacy.rare
Places of worshipkirkeDanishnounchurch (a house of worship)Christianitycommon-gender
Places of worshipkirkeDanishnounchurch (a religious community)Christianitycommon-gender
Places of worshiptabernacleEnglishnounAny temporary dwelling; a hut, tent, or booth.
Places of worshiptabernacleEnglishnounThe portable tent used before the construction of the temple, where the shekinah (presence of God) was believed to dwell.biblical lifestyle religion
Places of worshiptabernacleEnglishnounThe Jewish Temple at Jerusalem (as continuing the functions of the earlier tabernacle).broadly
Places of worshiptabernacleEnglishnounAny portable shrine used in heathen or idolatrous worship.
Places of worshiptabernacleEnglishnounA sukkah, the booth or 'tabernacle' used during the Jewish Feast of Sukkot.
Places of worshiptabernacleEnglishnounA small ornamented cupboard or box used for the reserved sacrament of the Eucharist, normally located in an especially prominent place in a church.Catholicism Christianity Roman-Catholicism
Places of worshiptabernacleEnglishnounA temporary place of worship, especially a tent, for a tent meeting, as with a venue for revival meetings.
Places of worshiptabernacleEnglishnounAny house of worship, especially a Mormon meetinghouse.broadly
Places of worshiptabernacleEnglishnounAny abode or dwelling place, or especially the human body as the temporary dwelling place of the soul, or life.figuratively
Places of worshiptabernacleEnglishnounA hinged device allowing for the easy folding of a mast 90 degrees from perpendicular, as for transporting the boat on a trailer, or passing under a bridge.nautical transport
Places of worshiptabernacleEnglishverbTo dwell; to abide for a time.intransitive
Places of worshipܡܣܓܕܐClassical Syriacnounworship
Places of worshipܡܣܓܕܐClassical Syriacnounmasjid, mosqueIslam lifestyle religion
PlantscainbScottish Gaelicnounhempfeminine no-plural
PlantscainbScottish Gaelicnouncanvasfeminine no-plural
PlantscainbScottish Gaelicnouncannabisfeminine no-plural
PlantscanísOccitannounAntirrhinum majus (common snapdragon)masculine
PlantscanísOccitannounHyoscyamus niger (black henbane)masculine
PlantspopyMiddle EnglishnounA poppy (plant of the genus Papaver), especially the opium poppy.
PlantspopyMiddle EnglishnounAny of one of several similar plants.rare
PlantsstranglerEnglishnounSomeone who strangles, especially who murders by strangling.
PlantsstranglerEnglishnounAn epiphyte whose aerial roots eventually strangle the tree on which it grows.
PlantsvertMiddle EnglishadjGreen-coloured.cooking food government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicsuncountable
PlantsvertMiddle EnglishnounAny plant having green leaves.lawuncountable
PlantsvertMiddle Englishnoungreengovernment heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicsespecially rare uncountable
PlantsతీగTelugunounvine (climbing plant)
PlantsతీగTelugunounA wire, the string of a lute.
PoetrydeichshiollachIrishadjdecasyllabic
PoetrydeichshiollachIrishnoundecasyllablemasculine
PoetrygeorgicEnglishnounA rural poem; a poetical composition on husbandry, containing rules for cultivating land, etc.
PoetrygeorgicEnglishadjRelating to rural affairs.
PoetrynasibEnglishnounAn Arabic literary form, 'usually defined as an erotic or amatory prelude to the type of long poem called a qaṣīdah.'
PoetrynasibEnglishnounAlternative form of naseebalt-of alternative
PoetryपादSanskritnounthe foot (of men and animals)
PoetryपादSanskritnounthe foot or leg of an inanimate object, column, pillar
PoetryपादSanskritnounwheel
PoetryपादSanskritnouna foot as a measure
PoetryपादSanskritnounthe foot or root of a tree
PoetryपादSanskritnounthe foot or a hill at the foot of a mountain
PoetryपादSanskritnounbottom
PoetryपादSanskritnouna ray or beam of light (considered as the foot of a heavenly body)
PoetryपादSanskritnounquarter, fourth Part (the fourth of a quadruped being one out of 4)
PoetryपादSanskritnounquadrant (of a circle)
PoetryपादSanskritnouna verse or line (as the fourth part of a regular stanza)
PoetryपादSanskritnounthe caesura of a verse agni-purāṇa, the chapter of a book
PoliticsagitpropEnglishnounPolitical propaganda disseminated through art, drama, literature, etc., especially communist propaganda; (specifically, communism, historical) such propaganda formerly disseminated by the Department for Agitation and Propaganda of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.also attributive uncountable
PoliticsagitpropEnglishnounAn instance of such propaganda.countable
PoliticsagitpropEnglishnounAn organization or person engaged in disseminating such propaganda.countable
PoliticsagitpropEnglishverbTo disseminate (something as) political propaganda, especially communist propaganda, through art, drama, literature, etc.government politicsintransitive transitive
PoliticschamaSwahilinounorganization, societyclass-7 class-8
PoliticschamaSwahilinoununionclass-7 class-8
PoliticschamaSwahilinounparty (a political party)class-7 class-8
PoliticschamaSwahilinounclubclass-7 class-8
PoliticsneoconEnglishnounA neoconservative.US derogatory possibly
PoliticsneoconEnglishadjNeoconservative.US not-comparable
PoliticspolitikaLatviannounpolitics (all activities associated with the functioning of a system of power or power structures, especially a government)declension-4 feminine singular
PoliticspolitikaLatviannounpolicy (set of principles considered desirable or necessary and used in deciding which actions to undertake, especially by a government)declension-4 feminine
PoliticsselectorateEnglishnounThe group of people involved in making a selection, e.g. to select a party's candidate for an election.
PoliticsselectorateEnglishnounThe members of a political party with voting rights.UK
Polyamoryménage à troisEnglishnounA household or relationship whereby three people live together as lovers.
Polyamoryménage à troisEnglishnounA sexual act or experience involving three people; a threesome.lifestyle sex sexuality
Polynesian canoe plantsmeiTongannounbreadfruit
Polynesian canoe plantsmeiTonganprepfrom
Pome fruitsscrogEnglishnounA stunted or shrivelled bush.countable uncountable
Pome fruitsscrogEnglishnounBrushwood.countable uncountable
Pome fruitsscrogEnglishnounThe branch of a tree, especially