Sample of disambiguated categories (>1 candidate)

Sample of disambiguated categories (>1 candidate)

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AccelerationaccelerographEnglishnounAn apparatus for studying the combustion of powder in guns, etc.government military politics war
AccelerationaccelerographEnglishnounAn instrument used to record the acceleration of the ground during an earthquake.geography geology natural-sciences
AgeagenMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of awenalt-of alternative
AgeagenMiddle Englishverbto become older; to age.participle past usually
AgetotEnglishnounA small child.
AgetotEnglishnounA measure of spirits, especially rum.
AgetotEnglishnounEllipsis of tater tot.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
AgetotEnglishnounA small cup, usually made of tin.Barbados
AgetotEnglishnounA foolish fellow.UK dialectal obsolete
AgetotEnglishverbTo sum or total.
AgetotEnglishverbTo mark (a debt) with the word tot (Latin for "so much"), indicating that it was good or collectible for the amount specified.UK historical
AgetotEnglishnounA total, an addition of a long column of figures.
AgeܬܘܠܬܐClassical Syriacnounthree-year old
AgeܬܘܠܬܐClassical Syriacnounthird (⅓)
AgeܬܘܠܬܐClassical Syriacnounthird time or repetition
AgriculturemarkFaroesenounforestfeminine
AgriculturemarkFaroesenounpasturefeminine in phrases
AgriculturemarkFaroesenounfieldbiblical lifestyle religionfeminine
AgriculturemarkFaroesenounsignneuter
AgriculturemarkFaroesenounborder, frontierneuter
Airশ্বাসBengalinounbreathing, respiration
Airশ্বাসBengalinounbreath
Airশ্বাসBengalinounasthma, an asthmatic spasm
Airশ্বাসBengalinounthe last gasp
AircraftdroneNorwegian Nynorsknoundrone (male bee)masculine
AircraftdroneNorwegian Nynorsknoundrone (unmanned aircraft)masculine
AlbaniaAlbanianEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to Albania, the Albanian people or the Albanian language.not-comparable
AlbaniaAlbanianEnglishnounA person from Albania or of Albanian descent.countable
AlbaniaAlbanianEnglishnameThe languages spoken by the Albanian people, primarily spoken in Albania and Kosovo. (ISO 639 language codes: sq/sqi/alb (Albanian), als (Tosk), aln (Gheg), aat (Arvanitika), aae (Arbëresh).) / The languages spoken by the Albanian people, primarily spoken in Albania and Kosovo.
AlbaniaAlbanianEnglishnameThe languages spoken by the Albanian people, primarily spoken in Albania and Kosovo. (ISO 639 language codes: sq/sqi/alb (Albanian), als (Tosk), aln (Gheg), aat (Arvanitika), aae (Arbëresh).)
AlbaniaAlbanianEnglishadjSynonym of Caucasian Albaniannot-comparable
AlbaniaAlbanianEnglishnounSynonym of Caucasian Albaniancountable uncountable
AlbaniaAlbanianEnglishadjof or from the city of Albany, New York State
AlbaniaAlbanianEnglishnounSomeone from the city of Albany, New York State.
AlchemyalchemyEnglishnounThe premodern and early modern study of physical changes, particularly in Europe, Arabia, and China and chiefly in pursuit of an elixir of immortality, a universal panacea, and/or a philosopher's stone able to transmute base metals into gold, eventually developing into chemistry.uncountable
AlchemyalchemyEnglishnounThe causing of any sort of mysterious sudden transmutation.countable
AlchemyalchemyEnglishnounAny elaborate transformation process or algorithm.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable slang
Alcoholic beveragesdžinnEstoniannoungin (alcoholic beverage)
Alcoholic beveragesdžinnEstoniannoungenie
Alcoholic beveragesdžinnEstoniannounjinni
Alcoholic beveragespangasiCebuanonouna traditional farming ritual for an abundant harvest
Alcoholic beveragespangasiCebuanonouna wine made by allowing a mixture of milled rice, water, ginger and chili to ferment
Alcoholic beveragesʻōkolehaoHawaiiannouniron try-pot still
Alcoholic beveragesʻōkolehaoHawaiiannounokolehao
American Civil WarbushwhackerEnglishnounOne who travels through the woods, off the designated path.US
American Civil WarbushwhackerEnglishnounA person who lives in the bush, especially as a fugitive; a person who clears woods and bush country.Australia
American Civil WarbushwhackerEnglishnounA guerrilla (of either side) during the American Civil War.US historical
American Civil WarbushwhackerEnglishnounSomeone who attacks without warning.dated
American Civil WarbushwhackerEnglishnounA small, soft-floored inflatable boat (designed for use by one or two people).
AmphipodshyperiidEnglishnounAny amphipod of the suborder Hyperiidea.biology natural-sciences zoology
AmphipodshyperiidEnglishnounAny amphipod of the family Hyperiidae.biology natural-sciences zoologyuncommon
AnatomybrachialEnglishadjPertaining or belonging to the arm.not-comparable
AnatomybrachialEnglishadjOf the nature of an arm.not-comparable
AnatomybrachialEnglishnounDenoting the upper valve of a brachiopod's shellbiology natural-sciences zoology
Anatomyb́edroLower Sorbiannounloinarchaic neuter
Anatomyb́edroLower Sorbiannounhiparchaic neuter
AnatomyekifunjoTooronounanus
AnatomyekifunjoTooronounlarge intestine
AnatomyhakeNorwegian Nynorsknounchin (bottom of the face)feminine
AnatomyhakeNorwegian Nynorsknounhookmasculine
AnatomyhakeNorwegian Nynorsknounbarbmasculine
AnatomyhakeNorwegian Nynorsknouncalkmasculine
AnatomyhakeNorwegian Nynorsknouncatch, drawbackmasculine
AnatomyrinriQuechuanounear
AnatomyrinriQuechuanounhearing
AnatomysiipiFinnishnounwing (animal appendage for flying)
AnatomysiipiFinnishnounwing (airplane part)
AnatomysiipiFinnishnounwing (part of building)
AnatomysiipiFinnishnounwing (fraction of political movement)
AnatomysiipiFinnishnounwing (slang: human hand)
AnatomysiipiFinnishnounsail (blade of a windmill)
AnatomysiipiFinnishnounblade or a paddle of a water wheel or a paddlewheel
AnatomysiipiFinnishnounblade of a turbine or a propeller
AnatomysiipiFinnishnounmouldboard (curved blade on a plough that serves to turn over the furrow)
AnatomysiipiFinnishnounflyer (on a spinning wheel)
AnatomyumaQuechuaadjelevated
AnatomyumaQuechuanounhead, top
AnatomyumaQuechuanouncapital, principal
AnatomyumaQuechuanounleader, guide
AnatomyumaQuechuanounrounded hill
AnatomyкӏэAdyghenountail
AnatomyкӏэAdyghenounseed
AnatomyкӏэAdyghenoun(vulgar, slang) dick (penis)Kfar-Kama dialectal
AnatomyкӏэAdygheadjnew, fresh
AnatomyкӏэAdygheadjmodern
AnatomyқарKazakhnounsnow
AnatomyқарKazakhnounforearm
AnatomyқарKazakhnounslut; dissolute woman
Anatomyमुष्कSanskritnountesticle, scrotum
Anatomyमुष्कSanskritnounpudenda muliebriadual numeral
Anatomyमुष्कSanskritnounan arm
Anatomyमुष्कSanskritnouna muscular or stout person
Anatomyमुष्कSanskritnouna thief
Anatomyमुष्कSanskritnouna crowd, heap, multitude
AnatomyਹੱਸPunjabinouncollar
AnatomyਹੱਸPunjabinouncollar bone
AnatomyਹੱਸPunjabiverbstem of ਹੱਸਣਾ (hassaṇā)
AnatomyਹੱਸPunjabiverbmasculine/feminine singular regular imperative of ਹੱਸਣਾ (hassaṇā), from Old Punjabi ਹਸੁ (hassu, “laugh!”)
AnatomyKoreannounarm
AnatomyKoreannumeightSino-Korean numeral
Ancient GreecepaideiaEnglishnounAn Athenian system of education designed to give students a broad cultural background focusing on integration into the public life of the city-state with subject matter including gymnastics, grammar, rhetoric, music, mathematics, geography, natural history, and philosophyeducationhistorical uncountable
Ancient GreecepaideiaEnglishnounThe epitome of physical and intellectual achievement to which an Ancient Greek citizen could aspire; societal and cultural perfection.educationhistorical uncountable
Ancient GreecepaideiaEnglishnounAn early model of Christian higher learning having theology as its chief subject.Christianity educationEarly historical uncountable
Ancient GreecepaideiaEnglishnounA pedagogical system focusing on providing children with a broad and balanced education.educationUS uncountable
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA city in the West Bank, Palestine, believed to be the birthplace of Jesus.
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A hamlet near Rottum, Groningen province, Netherlands.
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A settlement just west of Tauranga, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand.
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A town in Free State province, South Africa.
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A quarter of Bümpliz-Oberbottigen, city of Bern, Switzerland.
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A small village in Llangadog community, Carmarthenshire, Wales (OS grid ref SN6825).
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A hamlet in Rudbaxton community, Pembrokeshire, Wales (OS grid ref SM9820).
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A number of places in the United States: / A town in Litchfield County, Connecticut.
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Holmes County, Florida.
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A number of places in the United States: / A town in Barrow County, Georgia.
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A number of places in the United States: / A township and unincorporated community therein, in Clark County, Indiana.
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Henry County, Kentucky.
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Winn Parish, Louisiana.
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Caroline County, Maryland.
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A number of places in the United States: / A census-designated place in Marshall County, Mississippi.
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A number of places in the United States: / A town and census-designated place therein, in Grafton County, New Hampshire.
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A number of places in the United States: / A town in Albany County, New York.
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A number of places in the United States: / A census-designated place in Alexander County, North Carolina.
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A number of places in the United States: / A ghost town in Marion County, Ohio.
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Richland County, Ohio.
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A number of places in the United States: / A city in Northampton County and Lehigh County, Pennsylvania.
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Wayne County, Tennessee.
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Harrison County, West Virginia.
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A number of places in the United States: / A village in Ohio County, West Virginia.
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnameA number of other places around the world: / A number of places in the United States: / A number of other townships in the United States, listed under Bethlehem Township
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnounA lunatic asylum.obsolete
Ancient Near EastBethlehemEnglishnounIn the Ethiopic church, a small building attached to a church edifice, in which the bread for the Eucharist is made.architecture
Ancient Near EastԻսրայելArmeniannameIsrael (a modern country in Western Asia, in the Middle East, at the eastern shore of the Mediterranean)
Ancient Near EastԻսրայելArmeniannamea male given name
Ancient RomematronoEsperantonounmatron
Ancient RomematronoEsperantonouna noblewoman
Angerhot and botheredEnglishadjAggravated or irritated.colloquial idiomatic
Angerhot and botheredEnglishadjSexually aroused.idiomatic slang
Angerred ragEnglishnounSomething that will enrage another particular person.figuratively
Angerred ragEnglishnounA person's tongue.derogatory obsolete slang
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounA biological structure found in many animals that is used for locomotion and that is frequently a separate organ at the terminal part of the leg.
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounSpecifically, a human foot, which is found below the ankle and is used for standing and walking.anatomy medicine sciences
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounTravel by walking.attributive often
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounThe base or bottom of anything.
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounThe part of a flat surface on which the feet customarily rest.
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounThe end of a rectangular table opposite the head.
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounA short foot-like projection on the bottom of an object to support it.
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounA unit of measure equal to twelve inches or one third of a yard, equal to exactly 30.48 centimetres. / Ellipsis of square foot. A unit of area.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis informal
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounA unit of measure equal to twelve inches or one third of a yard, equal to exactly 30.48 centimetres. / Ellipsis of cubic foot. A unit of volume.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis informal
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounA unit of measure equal to twelve inches or one third of a yard, equal to exactly 30.48 centimetres.
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounA unit of measure for organ pipes equal to the wavelength of two octaves above middle C, approximately 328 mm.entertainment lifestyle music
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounFoot soldiers; infantry.government military politics warcollective
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounThe end of a cigar which is lit, and usually cut before lighting.cigars lifestyle
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounThe part of a sewing machine which presses downward on the fabric, and may also serve to move it forward.business manufacturing sewing textiles
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounThe bottommost part of a typed or printed page.media printing publishing
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounThe base of a piece of type, forming the sides of the groove.media printing publishing
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounThe basic measure of rhythm in a poem.human-sciences linguistics phonology prosody sciences
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounThe parsing of syllables into prosodic constituents, which are used to determine the placement of stress in languages along with the notions of constituent heads.human-sciences linguistics phonology sciences
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounThe bottom edge of a sail.nautical transport
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounThe end of a billiard or pool table behind the foot point where the balls are racked.ball-games billiards games hobbies lifestyle sports
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounIn a bryophyte, that portion of a sporophyte which remains embedded within and attached to the parent gametophyte plant.biology botany natural-sciences
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounThe muscular part of a bivalve mollusc or a gastropod by which it moves or holds its position on a surface.biology malacology natural-sciences
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounThe globular lower domain of a protein.
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounThe point of intersection of one line with another that is perpendicular to it.geometry mathematics sciences
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounFundamental principle; basis; plan.
Animal body partsfootEnglishnounRecognized condition; rank; footing.
Animal body partsfootEnglishverbTo use the foot to kick (usually a ball).transitive
Animal body partsfootEnglishverbTo pay (a bill).transitive
Animal body partsfootEnglishverbTo tread to measure of music; to dance; to trip; to skip.
Animal body partsfootEnglishverbTo walk.
Animal body partsfootEnglishverbTo set foot on; to walk on.archaic
Animal body partsfootEnglishverbTo set on foot; to establish; to land.obsolete
Animal body partsfootEnglishverbTo renew the foot of (a stocking, etc.).
Animal body partsfootEnglishverbTo sum up, as the numbers in a column; sometimes with up.
Animal body partsgroynMiddle EnglishnounA pig or hog's snout.
Animal body partsgroynMiddle EnglishnounA pig snout served as food.
Animal body partsgroynMiddle EnglishnounComplaining, criticism, reprimanding.
Animal body partsgroynMiddle EnglishnounAn nose (usually an unsightly one).rare
Animal body partsgroynMiddle EnglishnounThe trunk of an elephant.rare
Animal body partsgroynMiddle EnglishnounThe head of a military force.rare
Animal body partsmerusEnglishnounThe thigh.obsolete rare
Animal body partsmerusEnglishnounThe meropodite; the first segment of the raptorial appendage of a crustacean.biology natural-sciences zoology
Animal body partsmerusEnglishnounThe plane surface between the channels of a triglyph.architecture
Animal soundsmooEnglishnounThe characteristic lowing sound made by cattle.onomatopoeic
Animal soundsmooEnglishnounA foolish woman.UK derogatory mildly slang
Animal soundsmooEnglishverbOf a cow or bull, to make its characteristic lowing sound.intransitive
Animal soundsmooEnglishintjThe characteristic sound made by a cow or bull.
Animal welfareanimal welfareEnglishnounThe protection of animals' health with appropriate accommodation, nutrition and care.uncountable
Animal welfareanimal welfareEnglishnounThe safeguarding of animals in a laboratory or similar environment with a code of practice, enforced by legislation or regulation.uncountable
AnimalskuukkooriarsuaqGreenlandicnouncrocodile
AnimalskuukkooriarsuaqGreenlandicnounalligator
AnimalsvermynMiddle EnglishnounDangerous or foul animals; beasts or pests.collective
AnimalsvermynMiddle EnglishnounPestilent or odious insects or other invertebrates.collective
AnimalsvermynMiddle EnglishnounWorthless or unwanted quarry.hobbies hunting lifestylecollective often
AnimalsбланэAdygheadjbold
AnimalsбланэAdygheadjbrave
AnimalsбланэAdyghenoungazelle
AnimalsбланэAdyghenounmoose
AnimalsбланэAdyghenumone seventh
Anomuransstone crabEnglishnounA Florida stone crab.
Anomuransstone crabEnglishnounThe king crab.
Anomuransstone crabEnglishnounMyomenippe hardwickii, a species of crab in the family Menippidae.
AnthropologyantropoloģisksLatvianadjanthropological (relating to anthropology)
AnthropologyantropoloģisksLatvianadjanthropological (relating to human physical structure)
AnthropologyetnogrāfisksLatvianadjethnographic (relating to ethnography)
AnthropologyetnogrāfisksLatvianadjethnographic, folkloric (relating to a certain people's material and spiritual culture)
AntsskudraLatviannoungenitive singular of skudrsdialectal form-of genitive masculine singular
AntsskudraLatviannounant (many species of insects from the family Formicidae, usually forming big colonies)declension-4 feminine
AntsकृमिSanskritnouna worm, insect (VS., TS., AV., ŚBr., Mn. etc.)
AntsकृमिSanskritnoun"a spider" (» कृमितन्तुजाल (kṛ́mi-tantu-jāla))
AntsकृमिSanskritnouna silk-worm (L.)
AntsकृमिSanskritnouna shield-louse (L.)
AntsकृमिSanskritnounan ant (L.)
AntsकृमिSanskritnounlac (red dye caused by insects) (L.)
AntsकृमिSanskritnounname of a son (of उशीनर (uśīnara) Hariv. 1676 ff.; of भजमान (bhajamāna) Hariv. 2002)
AntsकृमिSanskritnounname of an Asura (brother of Rāvaṇa) (L.)
AntsकृमिSanskritnounname of a नागराज (nāga-rāja) (Buddh.)
AntsकृमिSanskritnounname of the wife of उशीनर (uśīnara) and mother of Kṛmi (Hariv. 1675 and VP.; v.l. कृमी (kṛmī))
AntsकृमिSanskritnounname of a river (MBh. VI, 9, 17)
AnuransfrogEnglishnounAny of a class of small tailless amphibians of the order Anura that typically hop.
AnuransfrogEnglishnounThe part of a violin bow (or that of other similar string instruments such as the viola, cello and contrabass) located at the end held by the player, to which the horsehair is attached.entertainment lifestyle music
AnuransfrogEnglishnounRoad. Shorter, more common form of frog and toad.Cockney slang
AnuransfrogEnglishnounThe depression in the upper face of a pressed or handmade clay brick.
AnuransfrogEnglishnounAn organ on the bottom of a horse’s hoof that assists in the circulation of blood.
AnuransfrogEnglishnounThe part of a railway switch or turnout where the running-rails cross (from the resemblance to the frog in a horse’s hoof).rail-transport railways transport
AnuransfrogEnglishnounA type of fishing lure that resembles a frog.fishing hobbies lifestyle
AnuransfrogEnglishnounDefector: politician who switches to a different political party.government politicsMalaysia derogatory slang
AnuransfrogEnglishverbTo hunt or trap frogs.
AnuransfrogEnglishverbTo use a pronged plater to transfer (cells) to another plate.biology natural-sciencestransitive
AnuransfrogEnglishverbTo spatchcock (a chicken).cooking food lifestyletransitive
AnuransfrogEnglishnounA French person.offensive
AnuransfrogEnglishnounA French-speaking person from Quebec.Canada offensive
AnuransfrogEnglishnounA leather or fabric loop used to attach a sword or bayonet, or its scabbard, to a waist or shoulder belt.
AnuransfrogEnglishnounAn ornate fastener for clothing consisting of an oblong button (covered with netted thread), toggle, or knot, that fits through a loop.
AnuransfrogEnglishverbTo ornament or fasten a coat, etc. with frogs.
AnuransfrogEnglishverbTo unravel part of (a knitted garment) while knitting it in order to correct a mistake.transitive
Apiales order plantswaddywoodEnglishnounAn Australian tree, Pittosporum bicolor.countable uncountable
Apiales order plantswaddywoodEnglishnounIts wood, used in making waddies.countable uncountable
AppearanceornateEnglishadjElaborately ornamented, often to excess.
AppearanceornateEnglishadjFlashy, flowery or showy
AppearanceornateEnglishadjFinely finished, as a style of composition.
AppearanceornateEnglishverbTo adorn or honour (someone or something).obsolete
AppearancespiffyEnglishadjDapper; fine or neat, especially in style of clothing or other appearance.informal
AppearancespiffyEnglishnounA dapper person.informal
Apple cultivarsPink LadyEnglishnounA Cripps Pink apple.countable uncountable
Apple cultivarsPink LadyEnglishnounA gin-based cocktail with grenadine.countable uncountable
Apple cultivarsPink LadyEnglishnounA drug cocktail used to treat gastroesophageal reflux.medicine sciencesuncountable
Apple cultivarsPink LadyEnglishnounA denaturant mixture added to discourage World War II-era US Navy submariners from drinking "torpedo juice".government military politics warhistorical uncountable
Aramaic cardinal numbersאלפאAramaicnounship, boat, galley
Aramaic cardinal numbersאלפאAramaicnounGreek letter Αuncountable
Aramaic cardinal numbersאלפאAramaicnumthousand
ArchitecturefrounterMiddle Englishnouna frontier or borderlandLate-Middle-English rare
ArchitecturefrounterMiddle Englishnouna fort located upon the borderlandLate-Middle-English rare
ArchitecturefrounterMiddle Englishnounthe vanguard of a military forceLate-Middle-English rare
ArchitecturefrounterMiddle Englishnouna tapestry over another tapestry over an altarLate-Middle-English rare
ArchitecturefrounterMiddle Englishnouna building’s frontispieceLate-Middle-English rare
ArchitecturefrounterMiddle Englishnounarmor for the forehead of an equineLate-Middle-English rare
ArchitectureianuaLatinnounany double-doored entrance (e.g. a domestic door or a gate to a temple or city)declension-1
ArchitectureianuaLatinnounan entrance, entry, accessdeclension-1
ArmorbarbEnglishnounThe point that stands backward in an arrow, fishhook, etc., to prevent it from being easily extracted. Hence: Anything which stands out with a sharp point obliquely or crosswise to something else.
ArmorbarbEnglishnounA hurtful or disparaging remark.figuratively
ArmorbarbEnglishnounA beard, or that which resembles it, or grows in the place of it.
ArmorbarbEnglishnounOne of the many side branches of a feather, which collectively constitute the vane.biology natural-sciences ornithology
ArmorbarbEnglishnounAny of various species of freshwater carp-like fish that have barbels and belong to the cyprinid family.biology ichthyology natural-sciences zoology
ArmorbarbEnglishnounThe sciaenid fish Menticirrhus americanus, found along the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts of the United States.US
ArmorbarbEnglishnounA hair or bristle ending in a double hook.biology botany natural-sciences
ArmorbarbEnglishnounA muffler, worn by nuns and mourners.obsolete
ArmorbarbEnglishnounPaps, or little projections, of the mucous membrane, which mark the opening of the submaxillary glands under the tongue in horses and cattle. The name is mostly applied when the barbs are inflamed and swollen.
ArmorbarbEnglishnounA bit for a horse.obsolete
ArmorbarbEnglishnounA plastic fastener, shaped roughly like a capital I (with serifs), used to attach socks etc. to their packaging.
ArmorbarbEnglishverbTo furnish with barbs, or with that which will hold or hurt like barbs, as an arrow, fishhook, spear, etc.
ArmorbarbEnglishverbTo cut (hair).Nigeria
ArmorbarbEnglishverbTo shave or dress the beard of.obsolete
ArmorbarbEnglishverbTo clip; to mow.obsolete
ArmorbarbEnglishnounThe Barbary horse, a superior breed introduced from Barbary into Spain by the Moors.
ArmorbarbEnglishnounA blackish or dun variety of pigeon, originally brought from Barbary.
ArmorbarbEnglishnounA barbiturate.medicine pharmacology sciencesinformal
ArmorbarbEnglishnounArmor for a horse.
ArmorbarbEnglishverbTo cover a horse in armor.
ArmorcamailEnglishnounA piece of chainmail worn to protect the neck and shoulders, replacing the whole-head coif.historical
ArmorcamailEnglishnounAn ecclesiastical ornament worn by bishops.historical
ArmorասպազէնOld Armeniannounhorse armour
ArmorասպազէնOld Armenianadjarmed and mounted on a horsepost-Classical
ArtdrieluikDutchnountriptychneuter
ArtdrieluikDutchnountrilogyneuter
Artificial intelligencefoomEnglishintjThe sound of a muffled explosion.
Artificial intelligencefoomEnglishnounA sudden increase in artificial intelligence such that an AI system becomes extremely powerful.
Artificial intelligencefoomEnglishverbTo exhibit an AI foom.
Artistic worksFMAEnglishnameInitialism of Filipino martial arts.abbreviation alt-of initialism
Artistic worksFMAEnglishnameAbbreviation of Fullmetal Alchemist (“manga and anime series”).abbreviation alt-of
Aschizan fliessyrphianEnglishadjOf or relating to flies of the genus Syrphus or the family Syrphidae.
Aschizan fliessyrphianEnglishnounA fly of the genus Syrphus or the family Syrphidae.
Asparagales order plantsшырышKazakhnounfoxtail lily (Eremurus
Asparagales order plantsшырышKazakhnounmucus
Asparagales order plantsшырышKazakhnounslug
Astronomysidereal yearEnglishnounThe orbital period of the Earth with respect to the fixed stars.
Astronomysidereal yearEnglishnounThe time it takes for any astronomical object in orbit around a central star to orbit that star, with respect to distant stars.
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
AthletesjockeyEnglishnounOne who rides racehorses competitively.
AthletesjockeyEnglishnounThat part of a variable resistor or potentiometer that rides over the resistance wire
AthletesjockeyEnglishnounAn operator of some machinery or apparatus.in-compounds
AthletesjockeyEnglishnounA dealer in horses; a horse trader.dated
AthletesjockeyEnglishnounThe selling of an unsound horse for a sound price is regarded by a Yorkshire jockey
AthletesjockeyEnglishnounA cheat; one given to sharp practice in trade.dated
AthletesjockeyEnglishnounA prostitute's client.UK slang
AthletesjockeyEnglishnounA rapist.Ireland slang
AthletesjockeyEnglishverbTo ride (a horse) in a race.
AthletesjockeyEnglishverbTo jostle by riding against.
AthletesjockeyEnglishverbTo maneuver (something) by skill; especially, to do so for one's advantage.
AthletesjockeyEnglishverbTo cheat or trick.
Atmospheric phenomenatöckenSwedishnounfog, mist, hazeneuter
Atmospheric phenomenatöckenSwedishpronAlternative form of tocken (“such, like that”)alt-of alternative
Atmospheric phenomenaнайзағайKazakhnounlightning
Atmospheric phenomenaнайзағайKazakhnounthunderstorm
Aukssea crowEnglishnounThe chough.
Aukssea crowEnglishnounThe Western jackdaw.
Aukssea crowEnglishnounThe cormorant.
Aukssea crowEnglishnounThe blackheaded pewit, and other gulls.
Aukssea crowEnglishnounThe skua.
Aukssea crowEnglishnounThe razorbill.
Aukssea crowEnglishnounThe coot.
AuthorsauthorEnglishnounThe originator or creator of a work, especially of a literary composition.
AuthorsauthorEnglishnounSomeone who writes books for a living.
AuthorsauthorEnglishnounPrincipal; the primary participant in a crime.obsolete
AuthorsauthorEnglishnounOne's authority for something: an informant.obsolete
AuthorsauthorEnglishverbTo create a work as its author.US proscribed sometimes
Auto partsheadlampEnglishnounAn individual headlight, particularly of a motor vehicle.
Auto partsheadlampEnglishnounA flashlight worn on the head.
AutomobilesחיפושיתHebrewnounbeetle
AutomobilesחיפושיתHebrewnounVolkswagen Beetle (a car)
AutomotivemotorcarEnglishnounAn enclosed passenger motor vehicle, a car, powered by an engine.
AutomotivemotorcarEnglishnounA self-propelled railway vehiclerail-transport railways transportUS
Automotiverunning boardEnglishnounA narrow board serving as a step beneath the doors of some cars.
Automotiverunning boardEnglishnounA narrow footway above the driving wheels of some steam locomotives, and along the sides of some diesel locomotives.rail-transport railways transport
Automotivesoup upEnglishverbTo modify the engine of (a motor vehicle) to give a higher performance than the specifications.informal transitive
Automotivesoup upEnglishverbTo embellish with many additions.broadly
AutomotivestarterNorwegian Bokmålnounindefinite plural of startform-of indefinite masculine plural
AutomotivestarterNorwegian Bokmålnouna starter (person who gives a starting signal)masculine
AutomotivestarterNorwegian Bokmålnouna starter (starter motor)masculine
AutomotivestarterNorwegian Bokmålverbpresent tense of starteform-of present
AviationflygingNorwegian Nynorsknounflight, flying (action or process)feminine
AviationflygingNorwegian Nynorsknouna flight (journey in an aircraft)feminine
Baby animalswhelpEnglishnounA young offspring of a canid (ursid, felid, pinniped), especially of a dog or a wolf, the young of a bear or similar mammal (lion, tiger, seal); a pup, wolf cub.
Baby animalswhelpEnglishnounAn insolent youth; a mere child.derogatory
Baby animalswhelpEnglishnounA kind of ship.obsolete
Baby animalswhelpEnglishnounOne of several wooden strips to prevent wear on a windlass on a clipper-era ship.
Baby animalswhelpEnglishnounA tooth on a sprocket wheel (compare sprocket and cog).
Baby animalswhelpEnglishverbTo give birth.intransitive of she-dog transitive usually
Baby animalswhelpEnglishintjAlternative form of welp (“well”)alt-of alternative
BacteriaAquificaeTranslingualnameA taxonomic phylum within the kingdom Bacteria – bacteria that live in hot springs and thermal ocean vents etc.
BacteriaAquificaeTranslingualnameA taxonomic class within the phylum Aquificae.
BagsbuidelDutchnounA pouch, small closed bag or purse.masculine
BagsbuidelDutchnounThe pouch which a female marsupial carries her young in.masculine
BagsmfukoSwahilinounbagclass-3 class-4
BagsmfukoSwahilinounpurseclass-3 class-4
BagsmfukoSwahilinounpocketclass-3 class-4
BagsmàlaScottish Gaelicnounsack, satchel, scripfeminine
BagsmàlaScottish Gaelicnounbag, windbag (bagpipes)feminine
BagsmàlaScottish Gaelicnounbudgetfeminine
BambooswhangeeEnglishnounAny of over forty Asian grasses of the genus Phyllostachys, a genus of bamboos, hardy evergreen plants from Japan, China and the Himalayas with woody stems sometimes used to make canes and umbrella handles.
BambooswhangeeEnglishnounA cane made from whangee wood.
BatsmegachiropteranEnglishadjOf or relating to the fruit bats of suborder Megachiroptera.biology natural-sciences zoologynot-comparable
BatsmegachiropteranEnglishnounA fruit bat of suborder Megachiroptera.biology natural-sciences zoology
BeddingputeNorwegian Nynorsknouna pillowfeminine
BeddingputeNorwegian Nynorsknouna cushionfeminine
Beekeepingmàthair-ghuirScottish GaelicnounSource of infection; cause of suppuration.feminine
Beekeepingmàthair-ghuirScottish GaelicnounQueen (of a hive or colony).feminine
BeersleeveEnglishnounThe part of a garment that covers the arm.
BeersleeveEnglishnounA (usually tubular) covering or lining to protect a piece of machinery etc.
BeersleeveEnglishnounA protective jacket or case, especially for a record, containing art and information about the contents; also the analogous leaflet found in a packaged CD.
BeersleeveEnglishnounA tattoo covering the whole arm.
BeersleeveEnglishnounA narrow channel of water.
BeersleeveEnglishnounSleave; untwisted thread.
BeersleeveEnglishnounA serving of beer smaller than a pint, typically measuring between 12 and 16 ounces.British-Columbia
BeersleeveEnglishnounA long, cylindrical plastic bag of cookies or crackers.US
BeersleeveEnglishnounA double tube of copper into which the ends of bare wires are pushed so that when the tube is twisted an electrical connection is made. The joint thus made is called a McIntire joint.business electrical electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
BeersleeveEnglishverbTo fit and attach a sleeve to an upper garment (e.g. to a shirt, blouse, sweater, jacket, coat, etc.) or to a folder.transitive
BeersleeveEnglishverbTo hide something up one's sleeve.
BeertripelEnglishnounA kind of strong pale ale from the Low Countries.countable uncountable
BeertripelEnglishnountripolichemistry geography geology mineralogy natural-sciences physical-sciencesuncountable
BeeslukotTagalogadjcrumpled; rumpled; with creases or wrinkles
BeeslukotTagalognouncrumpling; rumpling; wrinkling
BeeslukotTagalognouncrease; wrinkle (in clothes, etc.)
BeeslukotTagalognouna species of small honeybee that makes bitterish honey
BeetlesܚܒܫܘܫܬܐClassical Syriacnounbeetle
BeetlesܚܒܫܘܫܬܐClassical Syriacnounleech
BeijingYanjingEnglishnameAn ancient city located within present-day Beijing, the capital of Ji and Yan.historical
BeijingYanjingEnglishnameAn epithet of modern Beijing.informal
BeijingYanjingEnglishnameA brand of beer.
BerriesalkekengiEnglishnounA herbaceous plant of the nightshade family (Alkekengi officinarum).
BerriesalkekengiEnglishnounThe flavoursome berry of this plant.
BerriesberyeMiddle Englishnounberry, fruit
BerriesberyeMiddle Englishnoungrape
BeveragesmineraalwaterDutchnounmineral water (especially bottled)neuter uncountable
BeveragesmineraalwaterDutchnouna glass of mineral watercountable neuter
Biblical charactersAnaniasEnglishnameIn the New Testament, any of certain members of the early Christian church.
Biblical charactersAnaniasEnglishname(with reference to Acts 5.3) A liar.
Biblical charactersAnaniasEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew.
Biblical charactersBenjaminSwedishnameBenjamin (Biblical figure)common-gender
Biblical charactersBenjaminSwedishnamea male given namecommon-gender
Biblical charactersElzbietaLithuaniannameElizabeth (biblical character).feminine
Biblical charactersElzbietaLithuaniannamea female given name, equivalent to English Elizabethfeminine
Biblical charactersPetrasLithuaniannamePeter (biblical character).
Biblical charactersPetrasLithuaniannamea male given name, equivalent to English Peter
Biblical charactersVashtiEnglishnameA queen of Persia. (biblical character)
Biblical charactersVashtiEnglishnameA female given name from Persian of biblical origin.
Biblical charactersYosuaEwenameJoshua (Biblical character)
Biblical charactersYosuaEwenamea male given name
Biblical charactersYosuaEwenameA book of the Old Testament of Bible, and of the Tanakh.
Biblical charactersحبقوقUrdunameBook of Habakkukbiblical lifestyle religion
Biblical charactersحبقوقUrdunameHabakkuk (Biblical figure)
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounA series of one or more shelves, stacked one above the other
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounAny of various kinds of frame for holding luggage or other objects on a vehicle or vessel.
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounA device, incorporating a ratchet, used to torture victims by stretching them beyond their natural limits.historical
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounA piece or frame of wood, having several sheaves, through which the running rigging passes.nautical transport
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounA bunk.nautical transportslang
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounSleep.nautical transportbroadly slang uncountable
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounA distaff.
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounA bar with teeth on its face or edge, to work with those of a gearwheel, pinion, or worm, which is to drive or be driven by it.engineering mechanical mechanical-engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences rail-transport railways transport
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounA bar with teeth on its face or edge, to work with a pawl as a ratchet allowing movement in one direction only, used for example in a handbrake or crossbow.engineering mechanical mechanical-engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounA cranequin, a mechanism including a rack, pinion and pawl, providing both mechanical advantage and a ratchet, used to bend and cock a crossbow.
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounA set of antlers (as on deer, moose or elk).
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounA cut of meat involving several adjacent ribs.
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounA hollow triangle used for aligning the balls at the start of a game.ball-games billiards games hobbies lifestyle snooker sports
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounA plastic tray used for holding and moving chips.gambling games
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounA woman's breasts.slang vulgar
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounA friction device for abseiling, consisting of a frame with five or more metal bars, around which the rope is threaded.caving climbing hobbies lifestyle sports
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounA climber's set of equipment for setting up protection and belays, consisting of runners, slings, carabiners, nuts, Friends, etc.climbing hobbies lifestyle sportsslang
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounA grate on which bacon is laid.
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounA set with a distributive binary operation whose result is unique.algebra mathematics sciences
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounA thousand, especially if proceeds of a crime.slang
Bicycle partsrackEnglishverbTo place in or hang on a rack.
Bicycle partsrackEnglishverbTo torture (someone) on the rack.
Bicycle partsrackEnglishverbTo cause (someone) to suffer pain.
Bicycle partsrackEnglishverbTo stretch or strain; to harass, or oppress by extortion.figuratively
Bicycle partsrackEnglishverbTo put the balls into the triangular rack and set them in place on the table.ball-games billiards games hobbies lifestyle pool snooker sports
Bicycle partsrackEnglishverbTo strike in the testicles.slang transitive
Bicycle partsrackEnglishverbTo (manually) load (a round of ammunition) from the magazine or belt into firing position in an automatic or semiautomatic firearm.engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponry
Bicycle partsrackEnglishverbTo move the slide bar on a shotgun in order to chamber the next round.engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponry
Bicycle partsrackEnglishverbTo wash (metals, ore, etc.) on a rack.business mining
Bicycle partsrackEnglishverbTo bind together, as two ropes, with cross turns of yarn, marline, etc.nautical transport
Bicycle partsrackEnglishverbTo tend to shear a structure (that is, force it to bend, lean, or move in different directions at different points).
Bicycle partsrackEnglishverbTo drive; move; go forward rapidly; stir.
Bicycle partsrackEnglishverbTo fly, as vapour or broken clouds.
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounThin, flying, broken clouds, or any portion of floating vapour in the sky.uncountable
Bicycle partsrackEnglishverbTo clarify, and thereby deter further fermentation of, beer, wine or cider by draining or siphoning it from the dregs.beverages brewing business food lifestyle manufacturing
Bicycle partsrackEnglishverbTo amble fast, causing a rocking or swaying motion of the body; to pace.of a horse
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounA fast amble.
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounA wreck; destruction.obsolete
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounA young rabbit, or its skin.obsolete
Bicycle partsrackEnglishnounAlternative form of arakalt-of alternative uncountable
BiologyevolutionaryEnglishadjOf or relating to the biological theory of evolution.not-comparable
BiologyevolutionaryEnglishadjHaving formal similarities to the biological theory of evolution.not-comparable
BirdsdykkerNorwegian Bokmålnouna diver (person who dives under water as a profession or sport)masculine
BirdsdykkerNorwegian Bokmålnouna diver (seabird that dives under water)masculine
BirdsdykkerNorwegian Bokmålverbpresent of dykkeform-of present
BirdsgāłymelaVilamoviannounyellowhammer: A passerine bird, Emberiza citrinella, of Eurasia which is mainly yellow in colour.neuter
BirdsgāłymelaVilamoviannounyellowhammer: A native or resident of the American state of Alabama.neuter
BirdshøsnFaroesenounchicken (Gallus gallus)neuter uncountable
BirdshøsnFaroesenounbabblerneuter
BirdspavoEsperantonounpeafowl (male or female)
BirdspavoEsperantonounpeacock (male or of unspecified sex)
BirdssothönaSwedishnouna Eurasian coot, Fulica atracommon-gender
BirdssothönaSwedishnounany bird of the Fulica genuscommon-gender
BirdsígðaFaroesenounsmall birdfeminine
BirdsígðaFaroesenounfinch (Fringillidae)feminine
BirdsкууTuvanadjgrey
BirdsкууTuvannoungrey (colour)
BirdsкууTuvannounswan
Birdsபெருந்தாராTamilnoungoose
Birdsபெருந்தாராTamilnoungreylag goose, Anser anser
BirdsลางThainounomen; portent.
BirdsลางThainounpalm, especially areca palm.archaic
BirdsลางThainoun(หมาก~) jackfruit.archaic
BirdsลางThaiadjAlternative form of บาง (baang)alt-of alternative archaic
BirdsลางThainounSynonym of กะลาง
BirdsJapanesecharacterHyōgai kanji no-gloss uncommon
BirdsJapanesenounEurasian sparrowhawk
Birds of preyfish eagleEnglishnounAny of several species of birds of prey that feed on fish in the genus Haliaeetus (syn. Ichthyophaga).
Birds of preyfish eagleEnglishnounThe osprey (Pandion haliaetus).
Bodies of waterportEnglishnounA place on the coast at which ships can shelter, or dock to load and unload cargo or passengers.countable uncountable
Bodies of waterportEnglishnounA town or city containing such a place, a port city.countable uncountable
Bodies of waterportEnglishnounThe left-hand side of a vessel, including aircraft, when one is facing the front. Used to unambiguously refer to directions relative to the vessel structure, rather than to a person or object on board.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences nautical physical-sciences transportuncountable
Bodies of waterportEnglishnounA sweep rower that primarily rows with an oar on the port side.hobbies lifestyle rowing sportscountable uncountable
Bodies of waterportEnglishadjOf or relating to port, the left-hand side of a vessel when facing the bow.nautical transportnot-comparable
Bodies of waterportEnglishverbTo turn or put to the left or larboard side of a ship; said of the helm.nautical transportimperative transitive
Bodies of waterportEnglishnounAn entryway or gate.Scotland historical
Bodies of waterportEnglishnounAn opening or doorway in the side of a ship, especially for boarding or loading; an embrasure through which a cannon may be discharged; a porthole.
Bodies of waterportEnglishnounA small medical appliance installed beneath the skin, connected to a vein by a catheter, and used to inject drugs or to draw blood samples.medicine sciences
Bodies of waterportEnglishnounA space between two stones wide enough for a delivered stone or bowl to pass through.ball-games curling games hobbies lifestyle sports
Bodies of waterportEnglishnounAn opening where a connection (such as a pipe) is made.
Bodies of waterportEnglishnounA logical or physical construct in and from which data are transferred. Computer port (hardware) on Wikipedia.Wikipediacomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
Bodies of waterportEnglishnounA female connector of an electronic device, into which a cable's male connector can be inserted.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
Bodies of waterportEnglishverbTo carry, bear, or transport. See porter.
Bodies of waterportEnglishverbTo hold or carry (a weapon) with both hands so that it lays diagonally across the front of the body, with the barrel or similar part near the left shoulder and the right hand grasping the small of the stock; or, to throw (the weapon) into this position on command.government military politics war
Bodies of waterportEnglishverbTo adapt, modify, or create a new version of, a program so that it works on a different platform. Porting (computing) on Wikipedia.Wikipediacomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences video-games
Bodies of waterportEnglishverbTo carry or transfer (an existing telephone number) from one telephone service provider to another.communications electrical-engineering engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences telecommunications telephonytransitive
Bodies of waterportEnglishverbTo transfer a voucher or subsidy from one jurisdiction to another.government lawUS
Bodies of waterportEnglishnounSomething used to carry a thing, especially a frame for wicks in candle-making.
Bodies of waterportEnglishnounThe manner in which a person carries himself; bearing; deportment; carriage. See also portance.archaic
Bodies of waterportEnglishnounThe position of a weapon when ported; a rifle position executed by throwing the weapon diagonally across the front of the body, with the right hand grasping the small of the stock and the barrel sloping upward and crossing the point of the left shoulder.government military politics war
Bodies of waterportEnglishnounA program that has been adapted, modified, or recoded so that it works on a different platform from the one for which it was created; the act of this adapting.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
Bodies of waterportEnglishnounA set of files used to build and install a binary executable file from the source code of an application.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
Bodies of waterportEnglishnounA type of very sweet fortified wine, mostly dark red, traditionally made in Portugal.countable uncountable
Bodies of waterportEnglishnounA suitcase or schoolbag.Australia
Bodies of waterportEnglishnounThe portfolio of a model or artist.informal
Bodily functionsdrop anchorEnglishverbTo release the anchor of a ship or boat, allowing it to fall to the bed of a body of water and thereby securing the vessel in place.nautical transport
Bodily functionsdrop anchorEnglishverbTo defecate.euphemistic
BodynuskiinjukwMunseenounmy eye
BodynuskiinjukwMunseenounmy face
Book sizesTranslingualnounAbbreviation of sexto, a page size.abbreviation alt-of
Book sizesTranslingualnounAbbreviation of sexto, a book size using duodecimo-sized pages.media printing publishingabbreviation alt-of
Book sizesduodecimoEnglishnounA size of paper, so called because it is originally made by folding and cutting a single sheet from a printing press into 12 leaves; (5 by 7¾ inches): 6.5 to 7.5 inches high, approximately 4.5 inches wide.media printing publishing
Book sizesduodecimoEnglishnounA sheet or page of that size.
Book sizesduodecimoEnglishnounA book having pages of that size.media printing publishing
BooksconsuetudinaryEnglishnounA ritual book containing the forms and ceremonies used in the services of a particular monastery, cathedral or religious order.
BooksconsuetudinaryEnglishnounAn unwritten law established by usage, derived by immemorial custom from antiquity.
BooksconsuetudinaryEnglishadjCustomary; considered law by virtue of the fact that it is generally observed.lawnot-comparable
Books of the BibleEsraFinnishnameEzra (Biblical figure)
Books of the BibleEsraFinnishnamethe Book of Ezra
Books of the BibleדבריםHebrewnounPlural indefinite form of דָּבָר (davár).form-of indefinite plural
Books of the BibleדבריםHebrewnounPlural indefinite form of דַּבָּר (dabár).form-of indefinite plural
Books of the BibleדבריםHebrewnameDeuteronomy (the fifth of the Five Books of Moses)
Books of the BibleیرمیاہUrdunameBook of Jeremiahbiblical lifestyle religion
Books of the BibleیرمیاہUrdunameJeremiah, a prophet; author of the Book of Jeremiah and the Lamentations
Boroughs in EnglandBuckinghamshireEnglishnameAn inland county of England bounded by Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Greater London, Berkshire and Oxfordshire.
Boroughs in EnglandBuckinghamshireEnglishnameBuckinghamshire Council, a local government unitary authority which replaced the county council in 2020 in all of Buckinghamshire except Milton Keynes.
BotanyakarMalaynouna root, a part of a plant that generally grow underground to absorbs water and nutrients.
BotanyakarMalaynouna creeping or climbing plant; liana.
BotanyakarMalaynounorigin or primary source.figuratively
BotanyakarMalaynounthe part of a tooth that extending into the bone holding the tooth in place.of tooth
BotanyakarMalaynounthe part of a hair under the skin that holds the hair in place.of hair
BotanyakarMalaynounof a number or expression, a number which, when raised to a specified power, yields the specified number or expression.arithmeticIndonesia
BotanyakarMalaynounthe primary lexical unit of a word, which carries the most significant aspects of semantic content and cannot be reduced into smaller constituents. See akar kata.human-sciences linguistic-morphology linguistics morphology sciences
BotanyblosmeMiddle EnglishnounA flower or blossom (that is blooming).
BotanyblosmeMiddle EnglishnounAn outstanding or unparalleled thing.figuratively
BotanyblosmeMiddle EnglishnounThe immediate descendant or progeny of something.figuratively
BotanyblosmeMiddle EnglishnounA bough adorned with shoots.rare
BotanyblosmeMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of blosmenalt-of alternative
BotanymaloDyulanounrice
BotanymaloDyulanounrice plant, Oryza sativabiology botany natural-sciences
BovinesjakkiFinnishnounyak (Bos grunniens)
BovinesjakkiFinnishnounSynonym of jakkihedelmä
BovinesjakkiFinnishnounjack (electrical connector)business computing electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences physics sciences
BrandenburgBrandenburgerEnglishnounA person from Brandenburg (state of Germany).
BrandenburgBrandenburgerEnglishnounA person from Brandenburg an der Havel (city of Germany).
BrandenburgBrandenburgerEnglishnameA surname from German.
Brass instrumentsbombardonEnglishnounA brass instrument, the bass version of the tuba.entertainment lifestyle music
Brass instrumentsbombardonEnglishnounA bass instrument of the shawm familyentertainment lifestyle music
Brass instrumentsbombardonEnglishnounAn organ pedal stop at 32' pitch which imitates the sound of the above mentioned instruments.
BreadsરોટલીGujaratinounroti (flat bread, especially chapati and naan)
BreadsરોટલીGujaratinounsustenance, nutrition, subsistencefiguratively
BreadsરોટલીGujaratinounone's livelihoodfiguratively
Broomrape family plantsbutter-and-eggsEnglishnounLinaria vulgaris, a flowering plant native to Europe and northern Asia; yellow toadflax; common toadflax.uncountable
Broomrape family plantsbutter-and-eggsEnglishnounTriphysaria eriantha, a flowering plant native to North America; johnny-tuck.uncountable
BrownscopperEnglishnounA reddish-brown, malleable, ductile metallic element with high electrical and thermal conductivity, symbol Cu, and atomic number 29.uncountable
BrownscopperEnglishnounThe reddish-brown colour/color of copper.countable uncountable
BrownscopperEnglishnounAny 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
BrownscopperEnglishnounAny 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
BrownscopperEnglishnounAny 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
BrownscopperEnglishnounAny of various lycaenid butterflies with copper-coloured upperwings, especially those of the genera Lycaena and Paralucia.biology entomology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
BrownscopperEnglishadjMade of copper.
BrownscopperEnglishadjHaving the reddish-brown colour/color of copper.
BrownscopperEnglishverbTo sheathe or coat with copper.
BrownscopperEnglishnounA police officer.government law-enforcementslang
Buddhismधर्मSanskritnounmorality, virtue, moral code, good deed, good works
Buddhismधर्मSanskritnounthat which is established or firm, steadfast decree, statute, ordinance, law
Buddhismधर्मSanskritnounusage, practice, customary observance or prescribed conduct, duty
Buddhismधर्मSanskritnounright, justice (often as a synonym of punishment)
Buddhismधर्मSanskritnounreligion, religious merit
Buddhismधर्मSanskritnounLaw or Justice personified
Buddhismधर्मSanskritnounthe law or doctrine of Buddhism
Buddhismधर्मSanskritnounthe ethical precepts of Buddhism
Buddhismधर्मSanskritnounthe law of Northern Buddhism
Buddhismधर्मSanskritnounnature, character, peculiar condition or essential quality, property, mark, peculiarity
Buddhismधर्मSanskritnouna particular ceremony
Buddhismधर्मSanskritnounsacrifice
Buddhismधर्मSanskritnounthe ninth mansion
Buddhismधर्मSanskritnounUpanishad
Buddhismधर्मSanskritnounassociating with the virtuous
Buddhismधर्मSanskritnounreligious abstraction, devotion
Buddhismधर्मSanskritnounbow
Buddhismधर्मSanskritnounSoma-drinker
Buddhismधर्मSanskritnounname of the 15th अर्हत् (arhat) of the present अवसर्पिणी (ava-sarpiṇī)
Buddhismबुद्धSanskritadjawake
Buddhismबुद्धSanskritadjenlightened, conscious, intelligent, clever, wise
Buddhismबुद्धSanskritnameBuddha, the enlightened one
BuildingschummeryEnglishnounThe building in which unmarried British army officers were quartered during the British Raj.India historical
BuildingschummeryEnglishnounThe shared home of a group of men who are unmarried or working at a distance from their families.South-Asia
BuildingscommonsEnglishnounplural of commonform-of plural
BuildingscommonsEnglishnounA public area, especially a dining hall, at a college or university; a similar shared spaced elsewhere.in construction singular usually
BuildingscommonsEnglishnounA central section of (usually an older) town, designated as a shared area: a common.in construction singular usually
BuildingscommonsEnglishnounThe mutual good of all; the abstract concept of resources shared by more than one, for example air, water, information.figuratively
BuildingscommonsEnglishnounThe common people collectively, the third estate, the people not belonging to the nobility or clergy
BuildingscommonsEnglishnounThe free burghers/bourgeoisie of a given town, taken collectively.historical
BuildingscommonsEnglishnounAn outhouse.euphemistic obsolete
BuildingscommonsEnglishnounFood served at a fixed rate from the college buttery, distinguished from battels.UK obsolete
BuildingscommonsEnglishnounFood in general; rations.
BuildingscommonsEnglishverbthird-person singular simple present indicative of commonform-of indicative present singular third-person
BuildingsdomegoEsperantonounAugmentative of domo (“house”)augmentative form-of
BuildingsdomegoEsperantonounmansion
BuildingsdomegoEsperantonounhigh-rise building, apartment house, block of flats
BuildingsgongEnglishnounA percussion instrument consisting of a metal disk that emits a sonorous sound when struck with a soft hammer.entertainment lifestyle music
BuildingsgongEnglishnounA medal or award, particularly Knight Bachelor.Britain slang
BuildingsgongEnglishnounA metal target that emits a sound when it has been hit.
BuildingsgongEnglishverbTo make the sound of a gong; to ring a gong.intransitive
BuildingsgongEnglishverbTo send a signal to, using a gong or similar device. / To halt (originally, a contestant in a talent show; later, a performer, a speaker).transitive
BuildingsgongEnglishverbTo send a signal to, using a gong or similar device. / To warn.transitive
BuildingsgongEnglishverbTo give an award or medal to.Britain slang transitive
BuildingsgongEnglishnounAn outhouse: an outbuilding used as a lavatory.obsolete
BuildingsgongEnglishnounThe contents of an outhouse pit: shit.obsolete
BuildingsgongEnglishnounA kind of cultivation energy, more powerful than qi.uncountable
BuildingsgongEnglishnounAn advanced practice that cultivates such energy.uncountable
BuildingsდარბაზიGeorgiannounhall, chamber
BuildingsდარბაზიGeorgiannounpalace
Buildings裁判所Japanesenouncourtlaw
Buildings裁判所Japanesenouncourthouselaw
Buildings and structuresheggenMiddle EnglishverbTo hedge; to place hedges or barriers along a boundary.
Buildings and structuresheggenMiddle EnglishverbTo make boundaries or fences.
Buildings and structuresheggenMiddle EnglishverbTo shore up a fortification.rare
BurialexhumeEnglishverbTo dig out of the ground; to take out of a place of burial; to disinter.transitive
BurialexhumeEnglishverbTo uncover; to bring to light.figuratively transitive
BusinessnaanishNavajonounwork
BusinessnaanishNavajonounjob, business, employment
CalendarనెలTelugunounmonth
CalendarనెలTelugunounthe Moonrare
CalendarనెలTelugunounA full moon or full moon day.
California, USABear FlagEnglishnameThe flag raised at Sonoma in 1846 during the Bear Flag Revolt.
California, USABear FlagEnglishnameThe current flag of California, based on that flag.
Caltrop family plantslignum vitaeEnglishnounguaiacum trees, of species Guaiacum officinale and Guaiacum sanctum.countable
Caltrop family plantslignum vitaeEnglishnounThe wood or resin from such trees.uncountable
CamelidsdromedaryEnglishnounThe single-humped camel (Camelus dromedarius).
CamelidsdromedaryEnglishnounAny swift riding camel.
CamelidsdromedaryEnglishnounReferring to a biphasic clinical course of poliomyelitis, typically occurring in children, characterized by a minor illness, followed by an asymptomatic period of several days before the onset of a major illness involving the central nervous system.medicine sciencesattributive dated
CanalsܒܪܩܩܐClassical Syriacnouncanal
CanalsܒܪܩܩܐClassical Syriacnoungulf, bay
CanidssupiFinnishnounShort for supikoira (“raccoon dog”). (Nyctereutes procyonoides)abbreviation alt-of
CanidssupiFinnishnounthe fur of raccoon (Procyon lotor)dated
CanidssupiFinnishnounraccoonFinglish dated regional
CanidssupiFinnishnounraccoon; in the names of several Procyon speciesbiology natural-sciences zoology
CanidssupiFinnishnounbadgerdialectal rare
Cantons of LuxembourgGrevenmacherEnglishnameOne of the twelve cantons of Luxembourg, located in the east of the country.
Cantons of LuxembourgGrevenmacherEnglishnameA municipality with city status of Grevenmacher canton.
Carcharhiniform sharkswhitetipEnglishnounAny of various animals having a white tip or tips on its body. / The oceanic whitetip shark, Carcharhinus longimanus.
Carcharhiniform sharkswhitetipEnglishnounAny of various animals having a white tip or tips on its body. / The whitetip reef shark, Triaenodon obesus.
Carcharhiniform sharkswhitetipEnglishnounAny of various animals having a white tip or tips on its body. / Any of the hummingbirds of the Urosticte genus, characterized by the white tips on the males' rectrices.
Carcharhiniform sharkswhitetipEnglishnounAny of various animals having a white tip or tips on its body. / Any of various species of damselfly of the genus Episynlestes, endemic to Australia.biology entomology natural-sciences
Card gamesaasDutchnounbaitneuter uncountable
Card gamesaasDutchnouncarrionneuter uncountable
Card gamesaasDutchverbinflection of azen: ## first-person singular present ## imperative singular / first-person singular presentfirst-person form-of present singular
Card gamesaasDutchverbinflection of azen: ## first-person singular present ## imperative singular / imperative singularform-of imperative singular
Card gamesaasDutchnounace (playing cards)masculine neuter
Card gamesaasDutchnounace (skilled pilot, esp. in the air force; skilled person)masculine neuter
Card gamesaasDutchnoununit of mass corresponding to approximately 0.05 gramsmasculine neuter obsolete
Card gamesaasDutchnounace, any very small amountmasculine neuter obsolete
CatsbluepointEnglishnounA small oyster, Crassostrea virginica, from the eastern United States seaboard.
CatsbluepointEnglishnounA colourpoint cat with blue markings.
CatskaķeneLatviannounfemale cat, she-catdeclension-5 feminine
CatskaķeneLatviannounslingshot, (UK) catapultdeclension-5 feminine
CattleܒܥܝܪܐClassical Syriacnounsheep, cattle
CattleܒܥܝܪܐClassical Syriacnoundomesticated animals, beasts of burdenbroadly
Cattleअघ्न्याSanskritnouna cow
Cattleअघ्न्याSanskritadjfeminine singular nominative of अघ्न्य (aghnya)feminine form-of nominative singular
Cebuano diminutives of male given namesInsikCebuanonameThe Chinese people, language, or culture.
Cebuano diminutives of male given namesInsikCebuanonamea nickname for someone who looks Chinese (see usage notes)informal
Cebuano diminutives of male given namesInsikCebuanoadjChineseinformal
Ceramics轆轤Japanesenouna rotating device used for wood and metal works; a lathe
Ceramics轆轤Japanesenouna potter's wheel
Ceramics轆轤Japanesenounthe part of an umbrella that holds all stretchers and facilitates opening and closing; a runner
CervidsgrallochEnglishnounThe entrails or offal of a dead deer.Scotland rare uncountable
CervidsgrallochEnglishverbTo eviscerate a deer.Scotland rare
Chemical elementsgümüşTurkishnounsilver (metal)
Chemical elementsgümüşTurkishadjsilver, made of silver
Chemical elementsנחשאAramaicnouncopperuncountable
Chemical elementsנחשאAramaicnounany alloy of copper (bronze, brass, etc.)uncountable
Chemical elementsנחשאAramaicnounaugury, divination
Chemical elementsנחשאAramaicnounaugur, diviner
Chemical elementsנחשאAramaicnounaugur, diviner
Chemical elementsנחשאAramaicnounbrazier (brass worker)
ChemistryelementiSwahilinounelement (simplest or essential part or principle of anything)class-10 class-9
ChemistryelementiSwahilinouna chemical elementclass-10 class-9
ChemistrysulphatedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of sulphateform-of participle past
ChemistrysulphatedEnglishadjAlternative spelling of sulfatedalt-of alternative
ChemistryтұзKazakhnounsalt
ChemistryтұзKazakhnounace (card with a single spot)card-games games
Chemistry鹸化Japanesenounsaponification
Chemistry鹸化Japaneseverbto saponify
ChessawfynMiddle Englishnounbishop (chess piece)Late-Middle-English
ChessawfynMiddle EnglishnounA useless person.Late-Middle-English derogatory
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo pull, move or draw away: / To unsheathe or pull out a weapon or arrow.
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo pull, move or draw away: / To rip or pull out; to forcibly remove by pulling or tugging.
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo pull, move or draw away: / To draw breath; to breathe or respire.
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo pull, move or draw away: / To doff; to remove an article of clothing.
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo pull, move or draw away: / To disembowel or gut.cooking food lifestyle
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo pull, move or draw away: / To extract blood from (someone)medicine sciences
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw, push, or impel towards (oneself); to attract: / To extract; to draw out (moisture or liquid)
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw, push, or impel towards (oneself); to attract: / To lead or bring (something); to take with oneself.
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw, push, or impel towards (oneself); to attract: / To put, take, or position somewhere.
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw, push, or impel towards (oneself); to attract: / To support or influence; to exert power over
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw, push, or impel towards (oneself); to attract: / To effect a condition or state; to make (into).
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw, push, or impel towards (oneself); to attract: / To acquire; to gain or receive.
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw, push, or impel towards (oneself); to attract: / To drag behind as punishment.
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw, push, or impel towards (oneself); to attract: / To lead through a sieve.cooking food lifestyle
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw, push, or impel towards (oneself); to attract: / To make a move; to move a piece.board-games chess games
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo go to; to become closer or nearer to: / To travel or journey: to go physically towards.
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo go to; to become closer or nearer to: / To follow, imitate; to be influenced by.
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo go to; to become closer or nearer to: / To become or go toward, to turn into.
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo go to; to become closer or nearer to: / To support or influence; to exert power over.
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo go to; to become closer or nearer to: / To turn to for aid or assistance.
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw out; to spread out or extend: / To prolong; to extend in time.
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw out; to spread out or extend: / To spread as to cover or blanket.rare
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw out; to spread out or extend: / To defer or procrastinate; to put off.
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo make or create; to cause to come about: / To author; to make a literary work.
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo make or create; to cause to come about: / To mix or blend into a paste.cooking food lifestyle
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo make or create; to cause to come about: / To draw or sketch; to make a drawing
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw straws or lots.
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo pull apart; to tear to bits (especially with down)
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo add; to perform addition.mathematics sciences
ChessdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo come to; to add up to.mathematics sciences
Chickasaw cardinal numbersawa-ontokloChickasawnumseventeen
Chickasaw cardinal numbersawa-ontokloChickasawverbto be seventeen in numberstative
ChildrengangrelEnglishnounA tramp, vagrant, vagabond.Scotland dialectal
ChildrengangrelEnglishnounA tall awkward fellow.UK dialectal
ChildrengangrelEnglishnounA child just beginning to walk; toddler.UK archaic
Children少年家Chinesenounyoung man; youngsterMin-Nan
Children少年家ChinesenouncatamiteMin-Nan Zhangzhou
Chordatessea peachEnglishnounAny of a number of ascidians of the genus Halocynthia, resembling a ripe peach in size, colour, and velvety surface, especially / Halocynthia pyriformisbiology natural-sciences zoology
Chordatessea peachEnglishnounAny of a number of ascidians of the genus Halocynthia, resembling a ripe peach in size, colour, and velvety surface, especially / Halocynthia papillosa (red sea squirt, sea squirt)biology natural-sciences zoology
Chordatessea peachEnglishnounAny of a number of ascidians of the genus Halocynthia, resembling a ripe peach in size, colour, and velvety surface, especially / Halocynthia aurantiumbiology natural-sciences zoology
CicadaslocustEnglishnounAny of the grasshoppers, often polyphenic and usually swarming, in the family Acrididae that are very destructive to crops and other vegetation, (especially) the migratory locust (Locusta migratoria).
CicadaslocustEnglishnounA fruit or pod of the carob tree.historical
CicadaslocustEnglishnounAny of various often leguminous trees and shrubs, especially of the genera Robinia and Gleditsia; the locust tree.
CicadaslocustEnglishnounA cicada.
CicadaslocustEnglishnounA Mainlander.Hong-Kong derogatory offensive
CicadaslocustEnglishverbTo come in a swarm.intransitive
Cichorieae tribe plantssalsifyEnglishnounAny of several flowering plants, of the genus Tragopogon, most of which have purple flowers.countable uncountable usually
Cichorieae tribe plantssalsifyEnglishnounAny of several flowering plants, of the genus Tragopogon, most of which have purple flowers. / Tragopogon porrifolius, a plant with linear leaves; cultivated for its light-skinned edible root and herbal properties. Known in particular as "white salsify" among other common namescountable uncountable usually
Cichorieae tribe plantssalsifyEnglishnounPseudopodospermum hispanicum (syn. Scorzonera hispanica), a plant similar in flavor to T. porrifolius, with lanceolate leaves; cultivated for its dark-skinned edible root. Known in particular as "black salsify" among other common namescountable uncountable usually
Cichorieae tribe plantssalsifyEnglishnounThe edible root of these plants.uncountable usually
Cities田原Japanesenamea place name, such as that of Tahara City in Aichi Prefecture
Cities田原Japanesenamea surname
Cities石岡Japanesenamea surname
Cities石岡Japanesenamea place name, such as that of Ishioka City in Ibaraki Prefecture
City nicknamesPhillyEnglishnamePhiladelphia.informal
City nicknamesPhillyEnglishnameA diminutive of the female given name Philippa.
CleaningkihveliFinnishnoundustpaninformal
CleaningkihveliFinnishnounSynonym of talikko (“digging fork”)dialectal
ClothingbodyDutchnounA leotard.masculine
ClothingbodyDutchnounBody, substance.masculine
Clothingbunny hugEnglishnounA hoodie; a sweatshirt with a hood lacking a zipper.
Clothingbunny hugEnglishnounA style of early 20th-century dance, performed to ragtime music.idiomatic
Clothinghot pantsEnglishnounVery brief, tight shorts mainly worn by women and girls.plural plural-only
Clothinghot pantsEnglishnounA lustful attraction toward somebody.plural plural-only slang
Clothinghot pantsEnglishnounSomeone (especially a woman) with a high sexual appetite.archaic
ClothingkampsunEstoniannounsweater, jumper, jersey, pullover; cardigan (a knitted or crocheted garment, either pulled over the head (pullover) or open at the front (sweater))
ClothingkampsunEstoniannounA women's long-sleeved collarless wool jacket with a wide neckline and long sleeves, just above the waistline.anthropology ethnography human-sciences sciences
ClothingkappaFinnishnouna unit of measure for the volume of dry goods, equivalent to 1/32 of a tynnyri or 4.58 litres in the Kingdom of Sweden and 1/30 of a tynnyri or 5.4961 litres in the Russian Empirehistorical
ClothingkappaFinnishnounin modern use, a unit of measure for the volume of dry goods used in farmers' markets especially for potatoes, equal to 5 litres, or 2 litres for pikku kappa
ClothingkappaFinnishnouna measuring vessel of one kappa, roughly cubical and typically made of wood
ClothingkappaFinnishnounpelmet
ClothingkappaFinnishnounwomen's overcoat
ClothingkappaFinnishnounkappa (tenth letter of Greek alphabet)
ClothingkappaFinnishnounkappa (mythical creature)human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesJapanese
CnidarianszoantharianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Zoantharia.not-comparable
CnidarianszoantharianEnglishnounAny member of the Zoantharia.
CockatoosgalahEnglishnounA pink and grey species of cockatoo, Eolophus roseicapilla, native to Australia.
CockatoosgalahEnglishnounA fool, an idiot.Australia slang
CocktailsScotch mistEnglishnounA cold and penetrating mist, verging on rain.Britain countable uncountable
CocktailsScotch mistEnglishnounSomething that is hard to find or does not exist.Britain countable dialectal idiomatic uncountable
CocktailsScotch mistEnglishnounA drink of Scotch whisky served with ice and lemon peel.countable uncountable
CocktailsScotch mistEnglishnounThe perennial flowering plant Galium sylvaticum.countable uncountable
CollectivesarmyEnglishnounA large, highly organized military force, concerned mainly with ground (rather than air or naval) operations. / Used absolutely for that entire branch of the armed forces.
CollectivesarmyEnglishnounA large, highly organized military force, concerned mainly with ground (rather than air or naval) operations. / Within a vast military, a very large tactical contingent (e.g. a number of divisions).capitalized often
CollectivesarmyEnglishnounA large, highly organized military force, concerned mainly with ground (rather than air or naval) operations.
CollectivesarmyEnglishnounThe governmental agency in charge of a state's army.
CollectivesarmyEnglishnounA large group of people working toward the same purpose.figuratively
CollectivesarmyEnglishnounA large group of social animals working toward the same purpose.figuratively
CollectivesarmyEnglishnounAny multitude.figuratively
CollectivesarmyEnglishnounThe military as a whole.
CollectivescollectiveEnglishadjFormed by gathering or collecting; gathered into a mass, sum, or body.not-comparable
CollectivescollectiveEnglishadjTending to collect; forming a collection.not-comparable
CollectivescollectiveEnglishadjHaving plurality of origin or authority.not-comparable
CollectivescollectiveEnglishadjExpressing a collection or aggregate of individuals, by a singular form.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable
CollectivescollectiveEnglishadjDeducing consequences; reasoning; inferring.not-comparable obsolete
CollectivescollectiveEnglishnounA farm owned by a collection of people.
CollectivescollectiveEnglishnounOne of more farms managed and owned, through the state, by the community.especially in communist countries
CollectivescollectiveEnglishnounA collective noun or name.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
CollectivescollectiveEnglishnounA group dedicated to a particular cause or interest.broadly
CollectivescollectiveEnglishnounThe flight control used to control a helicopter's ascent or descent.
CollectivesgensLatinnounRoman clan (related by birth or marriage and sharing a common name and often united by certain religious rites)declension-3
CollectivesgensLatinnounstock, tribedeclension-3
CollectivesgensLatinnounnation, countrydeclension-3
CollectivesgensLatinnounpeople, familydeclension-3
CollectivesgensLatinnounthe chief godsdeclension-3
CollectivesgensLatinnoungentile, GentileChristianity biblical lifestyle religionJudaism declension-3
CollectivesnombreMiddle EnglishnounA number (entity used to describe quantity) / A digit (written representation of a number).
CollectivesnombreMiddle EnglishnounA number (entity used to describe quantity) / A count; the enumeration or measurement of a quantity.
CollectivesnombreMiddle EnglishnounA group or quantity (especially if large or in totality)
CollectivesnombreMiddle EnglishnounA shape; a geometrical figure.
CollectivesnombreMiddle EnglishnounArithmetic; mathematics; the study of numbers.
CollectivesnombreMiddle EnglishnounGrammatical numbergrammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
CollectivesnombreMiddle EnglishnounA list or enumeration of items.rare
CollectivesnombreMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of nombrenalt-of alternative
CollectivespatriciateEnglishnounThe rank of a patrician
CollectivespatriciateEnglishnounThe aristocracy or nobility
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
Collectivesworking classEnglishnounThe social class of those who perform physical work for a living, as opposed to the professional or middle class, the upper class, or others.
Collectivesworking classEnglishadjAlternative spelling of working-classalt-of alternative
ColorsMenzHunsriknounmintfeminine
ColorsMenzHunsriknounthe color mintfeminine
Colorsabyssal blueEnglishnounA dark shade of blue.countable uncountable
Colorsabyssal blueEnglishadjOf a dark shade of blue.not-comparable
ColorsbeigeEnglishnounA slightly yellowish gray colour, as that of unbleached wool.countable uncountable
ColorsbeigeEnglishnounDebeige; a kind of woollen or mixed dress goods.countable uncountable
ColorsbeigeEnglishadjHaving a slightly yellowish gray colour, as that of unbleached wool.
ColorsbeigeEnglishadjComfortably dull and unadventurous, in a way that suggests middle-class suburbia.informal
ColorsbluiEsperantoverbto be blue in color, to have a blue hue blue: / to be blue in color, to have a blue hueintransitive
ColorsbluiEsperantoverbto be blue in color, to have a blue hue blue: / blueintransitive
ColorsburlywoodEnglishnounA brown sandy colour, of RGB hexadecimal value #DEB887.uncountable
ColorsburlywoodEnglishadjOf a brown sandy colour.not-comparable
ColorskoulærLouisiana Creolenouncolor, colour
ColorskoulærLouisiana CreolenounBlack person, (a) person of color
ColorskoulærLouisiana CreoleadjBlack, Coloredof people
ColorslungtianTagalognoungreen
ColorslungtianTagalogadjgreen
ColorslungtianTagalogadjgreenish
ColorsmerahIndonesianadjred (having red as its colour)
ColorsmerahIndonesiannounred (colour)
ColorsmerahIndonesianverbactor focus of perahcolloquial
ColorsmerahIndonesiannounchief, a term of nobility.
ColorsputiqSasakadjwhite (bright and colourless)
ColorsputiqSasaknounwhite (colour)
ColorssableEnglishnounA small carnivorous mammal of the Old World that resembles a weasel, Martes zibellina, from cold regions in Eurasia and the North Pacific islands, valued for its dark brown fur (Wikipedia).countable
ColorssableEnglishnounThe marten, especially Martes americana (syn. Mustela americana).countable
ColorssableEnglishnounThe fur or pelt of the sable or other species of martens; a coat made from this fur.countable uncountable
ColorssableEnglishnounAn artist's brush made from the fur of the sable (Wikipedia).countable
ColorssableEnglishnounA black colour on a coat of arms (Wikipedia).government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicscountable uncountable
ColorssableEnglishnounA dark brown colour, resembling the fur of some sables.countable uncountable
ColorssableEnglishnounBlack garments, especially worn in mourning.countable in-plural uncountable
ColorssableEnglishnounThe sablefish.countable uncountable
ColorssableEnglishadjOf the black colour sable.
ColorssableEnglishadjIn blazon, of the colour black.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politics
ColorssableEnglishadjMade of sable fur.
ColorssableEnglishadjDark, somber.
ColorssableEnglishadjDark-skinned; black.literary obsolete
ColorssavunharmaaFinnishadjsmoke (of the colour of smoke)
ColorssavunharmaaFinnishnounsmoke (the colour of smoke)
ColorssorMiddle EnglishadjAlternative form of sorealt-of alternative
ColorssorMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of sorealt-of alternative
ColorssorMiddle EnglishadvAlternative form of sorealt-of alternative
ColorssorMiddle Englishadjsorrel (red-brown; used to describe animals)
ColorssorMiddle EnglishnounA sorrel horse.
ColorssorMiddle EnglishnounA four-year-old male deer.
ColorsبيروMalayadjblue (blue-colored)
ColorsبيروMalaynounblue (colour)
ColorsڤاءولMalayadjblue (blue-colored)
ColorsڤاءولMalaynounblue (colour)
ColorsیشیلOttoman Turkishadjgreen
ColorsیشیلOttoman Turkishnoungreen
ColorsකහSinhalesenounyellow
ColorsකහSinhalesenounturmeric
ColorsකහSinhaleseadjyellow
ColorsჭრელიGeorgianadjparticoloured, piebald, pied, pockmarked, variegated, motley, multicolored
ColorsჭრელიGeorgianadjmulticolored and with white flecksof eyes
Columbidsbleeding-heartEnglishnounAny of several species of bird in the genus Gallicolumba of the pigeon family, native to the Philippines, characterised by a red patch on the plumage of the breast.
Columbidsbleeding-heartEnglishnounA person who is overly sympathetic to the plight of the underprivileged or exploited.
Columbidsbleeding-heartEnglishadjOverly sympathetic to the plight of the underprivileged or exploited.
ColumbidsdidineEnglishadjOf, or pertaining to dodos
ColumbidsdidineEnglishadjExtinct.figuratively
ColumbidsdidineEnglishadjObsolete; out of date.figuratively
ColumbidsdidineEnglishadjVery old or having very old-fashioned views and unwilling to change or adapt.figuratively
ColumbidsdidineEnglishnounA bird of the columbid subfamily Raphinae.biology natural-sciences ornithologyobsolete
ComedymarlockEnglishnounA prank; a practical joke.dialectal obsolete
ComedymarlockEnglishnounA frolic.dialectal obsolete
ComedymarlockEnglishnounA playful gesture.dialectal obsolete
ComedymarlockEnglishnounA flirtatious glance.dialectal obsolete
ComedymarlockEnglishnounAny of various small eucalypts of southwest Australia.Australia
ComicscosplayEnglishnounThe art or practice of costuming oneself as a (usually fictional) character.uncountable
ComicscosplayEnglishnounA skit or instance of this art or practice.countable
ComicscosplayEnglishverbTo costume oneself as a character.intransitive
ComicscosplayEnglishverbTo costume oneself as (a character).transitive
ComicscosplayEnglishverbTo adopt the behavior and mannerisms of another.derogatory figuratively often transitive
CommunicationبلغArabicverbto reach (to arrive at)
CommunicationبلغArabicverbto reach puberty (also بَلَغَ الْحُلُمَ (balaḡa l-ḥuluma))intransitive
CommunicationبلغArabicverbto informditransitive
CommunicationبلغArabicverbto report (عَن (ʕan) on)
CommunicationبلغArabicverbto cause to obtain
CommunicationبلغArabicverbto send
CommunicationبلغArabicverbto give with outstretched arms the reins of a horse
Communication信号Japanesenouna signal
Communication信号Japanesenountraffic lights
Compass pointskidulJavanesenounsouth
Compass pointskidulJavaneseadjsouthern
Compass pointsnordNorwegian Nynorskadvnorth (for / of)
Compass pointsnordNorwegian Nynorsknounnorth, a compass directionindeclinable uncountable
Compass pointsnordNorwegian Nynorsknouna land area towards the northindeclinable uncountable
Compass pointsnordNorwegian Nynorsknounindefinite singular of Norden - the Nordic countriesform-of indeclinable indefinite singular uncountable
Compass pointsмалхбалеChechennouneast
Compass pointsмалхбалеChechenadjeast
Computer hardwarenäytönohjainFinnishnoungraphics card, video cardcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
Computer hardwarenäytönohjainFinnishnoungraphics processing unitcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
ComputingaavaaGreenlandicverbfetches it, goes after ittransitive
ComputingaavaaGreenlandicverbdownloads ittransitive
ConservatismpalaeoconservativeEnglishadjAlternative spelling of paleoconservativealt-of alternative
ConservatismpalaeoconservativeEnglishnounAlternative spelling of paleoconservativealt-of alternative
ConstructionbyldenMiddle EnglishverbTo lodge: to stay or reside.
ConstructionbyldenMiddle EnglishverbTo make, start, or begin: / To erect, build, or create (a structure or building)
ConstructionbyldenMiddle EnglishverbTo make, start, or begin: / To establish, begin, create (an organisation)
ConstructionbyldenMiddle EnglishverbTo edify; to improve or promote welfare and religion.
ConstructionbyldenMiddle EnglishverbTo furnish; to supply quarters with necessities.
ConstructiontraveMiddle EnglishnounA beam or pole.rare
ConstructiontraveMiddle EnglishnounA wooden cage for containing horses that are being shod.rare
ContainerskangoHausanounA deserted or dilapidated building.
ContainerskangoHausanounAn empty container.
ContainerskrúsIcelandicnounmug, jar, jugfeminine
ContainerskrúsIcelandicnouncrossmasculine obsolete
ContainerstunnaFaroesenountonfeminine
ContainerstunnaFaroesenoun8 skeppurarchaic feminine
ContainerstunnaFaroesenouncrow's nestnautical transportfeminine
ContainersארנקHebrewnouna wallet
ContainersארנקHebrewnouna purse
CookingovercookEnglishverbTo cook for too long or at too high a temperature.transitive
CookingovercookEnglishverbTo do something to excess; to overdo.slang transitive
Cookingနယ်Burmeseverbknead
Cookingနယ်Burmesenountemplebusiness manufacturing textiles weaving
Cookingနယ်Burmesenounstate (political division of a federation retaining a degree of autonomy)
Cookingနယ်Burmesenoun(administrative subdivision within a state)historical
Cookingနယ်Burmesenounpawn: the most common chess piece, or a similar piece in a similar game. In chess each side has eight; moves are only forward, and attacks are only forward diagonally or en passant.board-games chess games
CopepodsLerneanEnglishadjFrom or pertaining to Lerna, a former coastal lake and Helladic site on the Peloponnese.archaeology history human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek not-comparable
CopepodsLerneanEnglishnounA native or inhabitant of Lerna.
CopyrightcopyrightEnglishnounThe right by law to be the entity which determines who may publish, copy and distribute a piece of writing, music, picture or other work of authorship.uncountable usually
CopyrightcopyrightEnglishnounSuch an exclusive right as it pertains to one or more specific works.countable usually
CopyrightcopyrightEnglishnounA violation of copyright law; copyright infringement.informal nonstandard uncountable usually
CopyrightcopyrightEnglishverbTo obtain or secure a copyright for some literary or other artistic work.intransitive transitive
Countries𐎲𐎠𐎲𐎡𐎽Old PersiannameBabylonmasculine
Countries𐎲𐎠𐎲𐎡𐎽Old PersiannameBabylonian (person)masculine
Countries in AsiaNagorno-KarabakhEnglishnameA landlocked region in South Caucasus.uncountable
Countries in AsiaNagorno-KarabakhEnglishnameThe Nagorno-Karabakh Republic.uncountable
Countries in EuropeEireEnglishnameThe Republic of Ireland.dated
Countries in EuropeEireEnglishnameThe island of Ireland, consisting of the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland
Cricetidsdeer mouseEnglishnounAny of the muroid rodents in the genus Peromyscus, especially Peromyscus maniculatus.
Cricetidsdeer mouseEnglishnounMany of the muroid rodents with notable jumping capability within the subfamily Neotominae (family Cricetidae), including all species in the genera Peromyscus and Habromys, as well as some species in several others.
CrimeoutlawEnglishnounA fugitive from the law.
CrimeoutlawEnglishnounA criminal who is excluded from normal legal rights; one who can be killed at will without legal penalty.history human-sciences sciences
CrimeoutlawEnglishnounA person who operates outside established norms.
CrimeoutlawEnglishnounA wild horse.
CrimeoutlawEnglishnounAn in-law: a relative by marriage.humorous
CrimeoutlawEnglishnounOne who would be an in-law except that the marriage-like relationship is unofficial.humorous
CrimeoutlawEnglishnounA prostitute who works alone, without a pimp.slang
CrimeoutlawEnglishverbTo declare illegal.
CrimeoutlawEnglishverbTo place a ban upon.
CrimeoutlawEnglishverbTo remove from legal jurisdiction or enforcement.
CrimeoutlawEnglishverbTo deprive of legal force.
CrimeshopliftEnglishnounA shoplifter.obsolete
CrimeshopliftEnglishverbTo steal something from a shop or store during business hours, usually by means of hiding merchandise.transitive
CrimeshopliftEnglishverbTo steal from shops / stores during trading hours.intransitive
Criminal lawmens reaEnglishnounA reactive mind, a conscious knowing by the individual that an act was committed, either by themselves or by another.human-sciences psychology sciencesgeneral
Criminal lawmens reaEnglishnounA guilty mind, the conscious knowing of a perpetrator while committing an act that the act is illicit.law
CurrencyłichííʼNavajoverbhe/she/it is red
CurrencyłichííʼNavajonounthe colour red
CurrencyłichííʼNavajonouna penny
CutlerysoupspoonEnglishnounA spoon for eating soup, typically smaller than a tablespoon and larger than a dessert spoon, characterised by having a round bowl rather than the usual oval bowl of other types of spoon.
CutlerysoupspoonEnglishnounA soupspoonful.cooking food lifestyle
Cuts of meatnatchEnglishadvNaturally; of course.colloquial not-comparable
Cuts of meatnatchEnglishnounThe rump of beef, especially the lower and back part of the rump.
Cuts of meatnatchEnglishnounA notch.dialectal
Cycle racingcriteriumEnglishnounA mass-start road-cycle race consisting of several laps around a closed circuit, the length of each lap or circuit ranging from about 1 km to 2 km (1/2 mile to just over 1 mile).cycling hobbies lifestyle sports
Cycle racingcriteriumEnglishnounAlternative form of criterionalt-of alternative
CyprinidsminimEnglishnounA half note, drawn as a semibreve with a stem.entertainment lifestyle music
CyprinidsminimEnglishnounA unit of volume, in the Imperial and U.S. customary systems, 1⁄60 fluid drachm. Approximately equal to 1 drop, 62 μL or 0.9 grain (weight) of water.
CyprinidsminimEnglishnounA short vertical stroke used in handwriting.
CyprinidsminimEnglishnounAnything very minute; applied to animalcula and the like.
CyprinidsminimEnglishnounThe smallest kind of worker in a leaf-cutter ant colony.biology natural-sciences zoology
CyprinidsminimEnglishnounA little man or being; a dwarf.
CyprinidsminimEnglishnounA small fish; a minnow.
CyprinidsminimEnglishnounA short poetical encomium.
CyprinidsJapanesecharacterJinmeiyō kanji no-gloss
CyprinidsJapanesenouncarp, specifically, the common carp (Cyprinus carpio)
CyprinidsJapanesenamea surname
CypruskiprietisLatviannounCypriot, a man from Cyprusdeclension-2 masculine
CypruskiprietisLatviannounCypriot; pertaining to Cyprus and its peopledeclension-2 genitive masculine plural
Czech RepublicMoravianEnglishadjOf, or pertaining to, Moravia or its people or culture.
Czech RepublicMoravianEnglishadjOf, or pertaining to, the Moravian Church or its members.
Czech RepublicMoravianEnglishadjPertaining to, or bordering on, the Morava river in Czech Republic, Europe.
Czech RepublicMoravianEnglishadjPertaining to, or bordering on, the Morava river in Serbia, Europe.
Czech RepublicMoravianEnglishnounA person from Moravia.historical
Czech RepublicMoravianEnglishnounA member of the Moravian Church.
Czech RepublicMoravianEnglishnounA group of Slavic dialects spoken in the Moravia region, considered by some linguists to compose a language separate from Czech.
Czech RepublicMoravianEnglishadjOf, or pertaining to, the district and former province of Moray in Scotland or its people or culture.
Czech RepublicMoravianEnglishnounA person from Moray, either the district or the former province.
DamselfliesneedleEnglishnounA long, thin, sharp implement usually for piercing as in sewing, embroidery, acupuncture, tattooing, body piercing, medical injections, sutures, etc; or a blunt but otherwise similar implement used for forming loops or knots in crafts such as darning, knitting, tatting, etc.
DamselfliesneedleEnglishnounAny slender, pointed object resembling a needle, such as a pointed crystal, a sharp pinnacle of rock, an obelisk, etc.
DamselfliesneedleEnglishnounA fine measurement indicator on a dial or graph.
DamselfliesneedleEnglishnounA sensor for playing phonograph records, a phonograph stylus.informal
DamselfliesneedleEnglishnounA needle-like leaf found on some conifers.
DamselfliesneedleEnglishnounA strong beam resting on props, used as a temporary support during building repairs.
DamselfliesneedleEnglishnounThe death penalty carried out by lethal injection.informal
DamselfliesneedleEnglishnounA text string that is searched for within another string. (see: needle in a haystack)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
DamselfliesneedleEnglishnounAny of various species of damselfly of the genus Synlestes, endemic to Australia.biology entomology natural-sciences
DamselfliesneedleEnglishverbTo pierce with a needle, especially for sewing or acupuncture.
DamselfliesneedleEnglishverbTo tease in order to provoke; to poke fun at.transitive
DamselfliesneedleEnglishverbTo form, or be formed, in the shape of a needle.intransitive transitive
DancebreakerEnglishnounSomething that breaks.
DancebreakerEnglishnounA machine for breaking rocks, or for breaking coal at the mines.
DancebreakerEnglishnounThe building in which such a machine is placed.
DancebreakerEnglishnounA person who specializes in breaking things.
DancebreakerEnglishnounA wave breaking into foam against the shore, or against a sandbank, or a rock or reef near the surface, considered a useful warning to ships of an underwater hazardin-plural
DancebreakerEnglishnounA breakdancer.colloquial
DancebreakerEnglishnounA user of CB radio.US dated
DancebreakerEnglishnounClipping of shipbreaker.abbreviation alt-of clipping plural
DancebreakerEnglishnounEllipsis of circuit breaker.business electrical electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsabbreviation alt-of ellipsis
DancebreakerEnglishnounA horsebreaker.
DancebreakerEnglishintjUsed to open a conversation or call for a response on CB radio.US dated
DancebreakerEnglishnounA small cask of liquid kept permanently in a ship's boat in case of shipwreck.
DancesredowaEnglishnounA dance of Czech origin with turning, leaping waltz steps.
DancesredowaEnglishnounThe music for this kind of dance, usually in quick triple time.
DeathinfanticideEnglishnounThe murder of an infant.countable uncountable
DeathinfanticideEnglishnounThe murder of a child by a parent; filicide.countable uncountable
DeathinfanticideEnglishnounThe criminal offence of killing of a newborn, committed by its mother while psychologically disturbed by the effects of childbirth or lactation, not regarded as murder.lawCanada countable uncountable
DeathinfanticideEnglishnounThe murderer of a child: a person who has committed infanticide.countable uncountable
DeathinfanticideEnglishnounThe killing of a young, immature animal by a mature adult of the same species.biology natural-sciences zoologycountable uncountable
DeathmorsLatinnoundeathdeclension-3 feminine
DeathmorsLatinnouncorpse, dead bodydeclension-3 feminine
DeathmorsLatinnounannihilationdeclension-3 feminine
Deathput someone out of their miseryEnglishverbTo submit a suffering person or an animal to euthanasia.idiomatic informal transitive
Deathput someone out of their miseryEnglishverbTo end or destroy something for the good of the individuals involved in it.figuratively idiomatic informal transitive
Deathput someone out of their miseryEnglishverbTo relieve somebody's anxiety by supplying information that they wanted to know.idiomatic informal transitive
DeathsacrificeEnglishverbTo offer (something) as a gift to a deity.intransitive transitive
DeathsacrificeEnglishverbTo give away (something valuable) to get at least a possibility of gaining something else of value (such as self-respect, trust, love, freedom, prosperity), or to avoid an even greater loss.transitive
DeathsacrificeEnglishverbTo trade (a value of higher worth) for something of lesser worth in order to gain something else valued more, such as an ally or business relationship, or to avoid an even greater loss; to sell without profit to gain something other than money.transitive
DeathsacrificeEnglishverbTo intentionally give up (a piece) in order to improve one’s position on the board.board-games chess gamestransitive
DeathsacrificeEnglishverbTo advance (a runner on base) by batting the ball so it can be fielded, placing the batter out, but with insufficient time to put the runner out.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
DeathsacrificeEnglishverbTo sell at a price less than the cost or actual value.dated
DeathsacrificeEnglishverbTo destroy; to kill.
DeathsacrificeEnglishverbTo kill a test animal for autopsy.medicine sciences
DeathsacrificeEnglishnounThe offering of anything to a god; a consecratory rite.countable uncountable
DeathsacrificeEnglishnounThe destruction or surrender of anything for the sake of something else; the devotion of something desirable to something higher, or to a calling deemed more pressing.countable uncountable
DeathsacrificeEnglishnounThe destruction or surrender of anything for the sake of something else; the devotion of something desirable to something higher, or to a calling deemed more pressing. / A play in which the batter is intentionally out so that one or more runners can advance around the bases.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
DeathsacrificeEnglishnounSomething sacrificed.countable uncountable
DeathsacrificeEnglishnounA loss of profit.countable uncountable
DeathsacrificeEnglishnounA sale at a price less than the cost or the actual value.countable dated slang uncountable
DeathرفتنUrduverbto go
DeathرفتنUrduverbto pass away
DeathرفتنUrduverbto sweep
Decades20sEnglishnounThe decade of the 2020s.plural plural-only
Decades20sEnglishnounThe decade of the 1920s.plural plural-only
Decades20sEnglishnounTemperatures from 20 to 29 degrees.plural plural-only
Decades20sEnglishnounAges between 20 and 29.plural plural-only
Delphinidsmelon headEnglishnounA dimwit, a foolidiomatic informal
Delphinidsmelon headEnglishnounA melon-headed whale
DemocracydemocraticEnglishadjPertaining to democracy; constructed upon or in line with the principle of government chosen by the people.
DemocracydemocraticEnglishadjExhibiting social equality; egalitarian.
DemocracydemocraticEnglishadjAlternative letter-case form of Democratic (“of, pertaining to, or supporting the Democratic Party”)government politicsUS alt-of
DemocracydemocraticEnglishnounSynonym of democrat (“a supporter of democracy; an advocate of democratic politics (originally (historical) as opposed to the aristocrats in Revolutionary France)”)dated in-plural
DemonymsBengaliEnglishadjOf, from or pertaining to Bengal or the Bengalis.not-comparable
DemonymsBengaliEnglishnounA person from Bengal or of Bengali descent.countable
DemonymsBengaliEnglishnounA language spoken in Bangladesh and the states of Assam, Tripura and West Bengal, India.uncountable
DemonymsBengaliEnglishnounA village in Nancowry, Nicobar district, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India.uncountable
DemonymsBulaqueñoEnglishadjOf, or pertaining to Bulacan.not-comparable
DemonymsBulaqueñoEnglishnounA person from Bulacan.
DemonymsPicardianEnglishadjOf or relating to Picardy in France.
DemonymsPicardianEnglishnounA native or inhabitant of Picardy in France.
DemonymsRussEnglishnameA diminutive of the male given name Russell.
DemonymsRussEnglishnameA surname.
DemonymsRussEnglishadjOf or relating to the Russians.dated
DemonymsRussEnglishnounA Russian.dated poetic rare
DemonymsRussEnglishnameThe Russian language.dated
DemonymsSumerianEnglishadjOf, from or pertaining to Sumer.not-comparable
DemonymsSumerianEnglishadjOf, from or pertaining to lower Babylonia, which was anciently called Šumer in Akkadian.not-comparable
DemonymsSumerianEnglishnounA person of Sumer.
DemonymsSumerianEnglishnounA native of lower Babylonia, called Šumer in Akkadian.
DemonymsSumerianEnglishnameThe ancient language spoken in Sumer, a language isolate.human-sciences linguistics sciences
DemonymsWalloonEnglishnameThe Romance language commonly spoken until the middle of the 20th century in parts of southern Belgium and northern France (around Givet).
DemonymsWalloonEnglishnounAn inhabitant of Wallonia, of Belgian nationality, nowadays generally French-speaking, but also possibly German-speaking.
DemonymsWalloonEnglishnounAn inhabitant of the region of southern Belgium and northern France (around Givet), usually of Belgian nationality.
DemonymsWalloonEnglishadjReferring to the French-speaking people of southern Belgium and parts of northern France.not-comparable
DemonymsWalloonEnglishadjReferring to the Romance language spoken by this people.not-comparable
DemonymsWestphalianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Westphalia region or its people and culture.not-comparable
DemonymsWestphalianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Westphalian Low German.human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable
DemonymsWestphalianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Peace of Westphalia of 1648 which established a new system of political order in Central Europe, based on the concept of co-existing sovereign states.government politicsnot-comparable
DemonymsWestphalianEnglishnounSomeone from Westphalia
DemonymsWestphalianEnglishnounOne of the major dialect groups of West Low German spoken in Westphalia.
DemonymsWestphalianEnglishnounA European phase of the upper Carboniferous period.geography geology natural-sciencesuncountable
DemonymsWestphalianEnglishnounA warmblood horse bred in the Westphalia region.
DemonymsearthlingEnglishnounOne who tills the earth; a farmer, a husbandman, a ploughman.
DemonymsearthlingEnglishnounAlternative letter-case form of Earthlingalt-of
DemonymsبغداديArabicadjBaghdadi
DemonymsبغداديArabicnounBaghdadi
Demonymsবগুড়াইয়াBengaliadjOf or relating to Bogra.
Demonymsবগুড়াইয়াBengalinouna Bogran; a native or resident of Bogra.
DenmarkØresundNorwegian NynorsknameØresund (a strait between Denmark and Sweden)neuter
DenmarkØresundNorwegian NynorsknameØresundneuter
DessertscrunchEnglishverbTo crush something, especially food, with a noisy crackling sound.
DessertscrunchEnglishverbTo be crushed with a noisy crackling sound.
DessertscrunchEnglishverbTo calculate or otherwise process (e.g. to crunch numbers: to perform mathematical calculations). Presumably from the sound made by mechanical calculators.slang
DessertscrunchEnglishverbTo grind or press with violence and noise.
DessertscrunchEnglishverbTo emit a grinding or crunching noise.
DessertscrunchEnglishverbTo cause the gears to emit a crunching sound by releasing the clutch before the gears are properly synchronised.automotive transport vehiclestransitive
DessertscrunchEnglishverbTo compress (data) using a particular algorithm, so that it can be restored by decrunching.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
DessertscrunchEnglishverbTo make employees work overtime in order to meet a deadline in the development of a project.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwareslang transitive
DessertscrunchEnglishnounA noisy crackling sound; the sound usually associated with crunching.
DessertscrunchEnglishnounA critical moment or event.
DessertscrunchEnglishnounA problem that leads to a crisis.
DessertscrunchEnglishnounA form of abdominal exercise, based on a sit-up but in which the lower back remains in contact with the floor.exercise hobbies lifestyle sports
DessertscrunchEnglishnounThe overtime work required to catch up and finish a project, usually in the final weeks of development before release.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwareslang
DessertscrunchEnglishnounA dessert consisting of a crunchy topping with fruit underneath.
DessertscrunchEnglishnounThe symbol #.US
DessertscrunchEnglishnounA small piece created by crushing; a piece of material with a friable or crunchy texture.cooking food lifestyle
DessertscrunchEnglishnounA shortage.slang
Devanagari letter namesहकारSanskritnounThe name of the Devanagari letter ह (ha).
Devanagari letter namesहकारSanskritnounthe sound of the ह letter, /ɦɐ/
DialectsSavo FinnishEnglishnameA dialect of Finnish, also called Savonian.
DialectsSavo FinnishEnglishadjOf, relating to, or spoken or written in Savo Finnish.
Dice gameshasardourMiddle EnglishnounOne who plays hazard (the dice game) or participates in gambling.
Dice gameshasardourMiddle EnglishnounA crafty individual who employs trickery.rare
DictationdictationEnglishnounDictating, the process of speaking for someone else to write down the words.countable uncountable
DictationdictationEnglishnounAn activity in school where the teacher reads a passage aloud and the students write it down.countable uncountable
DictationdictationEnglishnounThe act of ordering or commanding.countable
DictationdictationEnglishnounOrders given in an overbearing manner.uncountable
DipteransnematoceranEnglishadjOf or relating to the Nematocera, a suborder of elongated flies with thin, segmented antennae and mostly aquatic larvae, consisting of the mosquitoes, crane flies, gnats, and midges.not-comparable
DipteransnematoceranEnglishnounAny fly of the Nematocera
DirectivescollusiounMiddle EnglishnounA agreement made under secrecy (usually to go against the law).uncountable
DirectivescollusiounMiddle EnglishnounAn action of deception or fraud; an example of dishonesty.uncountable
DirectivesloreMiddle EnglishnounEducation or teaching; the provision of knowledge.
DirectivesloreMiddle EnglishnounStudying or learning; the absorption of knowledge.
DirectivesloreMiddle EnglishnounKnowledge or information, especially: / Doctrine; a tenet or the tenets of a religion or science.
DirectivesloreMiddle EnglishnounKnowledge or information, especially: / A topic or field of research; a discipline.
DirectivesloreMiddle EnglishnounKnowledge or information, especially: / Competence or proficiency; one's skill in a discipline.rare
DirectivesloreMiddle EnglishnounKnowledge or information, especially: / Knowledge or information, especially
DirectivesloreMiddle EnglishnounA directive, instruction, or set of them: / An admonition or exhortation; a fervent plea.
DirectivesloreMiddle EnglishnounA directive, instruction, or set of them: / A conduct or conducts; guidance.
DirectivesloreMiddle EnglishnounSignificance, value, or importance.rare
DirectivesloreMiddle EnglishnounA tale or narrative.rare
DirectivesloreMiddle EnglishnounLoss; the act of losing something, especially soldiers in battle.
DirectivesloreMiddle EnglishnounRuin, destruction, or injury.
DirectivesrectoEnglishnounThe front side of a flat object which is to be examined visually, as for reading, such as a sheet, leaf, coin or medal.
DirectivesrectoEnglishnounThe right-hand page of a book of a script which reads from left to right, usually having an odd page number.media printing publishing
DirectivesrectoEnglishnounA writ of right.law
Discriminationaffirmative actionEnglishnounA set of policies or programs providing advantages for people of a group who are seen to have traditionally been the target of discriminationuncountable usually
Discriminationaffirmative actionEnglishnounA specific policy with such a goal.countable usually
DiseasesPHPEnglishnounInitialism of pseudohypoparathyroidism.medicine pathology sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism uncountable
DiseasesPHPEnglishnameA scripting language widely used to write Web applications.computer-languages computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
DiseasesblackwaterEnglishnounWater containing loam, tannins, etc., giving it a very dark appearance.uncountable usually
DiseasesblackwaterEnglishnounBlackwater fever; malaria caused by Plasmodium falciparum.uncountable usually
DiseasesblackwaterEnglishnounWaste from domestic toilets; water containing fecal matter.uncountable usually
DivinationastragalomancyEnglishnounDivination by dice made from huckle-bones. They have four flat sides and two round sides which were marked.uncountable
DivinationastragalomancyEnglishnounDivination by throwing astragaloi (see etymology above) onto the pages of a picture book.uncountable
DivinationastragalomancyEnglishnounSimply divination by dice.uncountable
Doctor WhoTARDIS blueEnglishnounThe dark blue colour of a traditional police box.uncountable
Doctor WhoTARDIS blueEnglishadjOf this dark blue colour.not-comparable
Dogbane family plantsmadariFinnishnounany plant of the genus Calotropis
Dogbane family plantsmadariFinnishnounthe genus Calotropisin-plural
DogsBelgian SheepdogEnglishnounOne of four variants of sheep herding dog bred in Belgium.
DogsBelgian SheepdogEnglishnounThe Groenendael variant of the above.
DogspoodleEnglishnounA breed of dog originating in Europe as hunting dogs, and having heavy, curly coat in a solid color; their shoulder height indicates their classification as standard, medium, miniature, or toy.
DogspoodleEnglishnounA person servile towards someone whom he or she considers his or her superior.figuratively
DogswhippetEnglishnounA dog of a certain breed, similar to a small greyhound, originating in Britain and bred for racing.
DogswhippetEnglishnounA cartridge of nitrous oxide (laughing gas), used as a recreational inhalant drug.slang
DogsลูกหมาThainounpuppy: young dog.
DogsลูกหมาThainoun(ไอ้~, อี~) used as a term of contempt against someone: son of a bitch; daughter of a bitch; etc.derogatory offensive slang vulgar
Donald Trumpalternative factEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see alternative, fact.
Donald Trumpalternative factEnglishnounSomething presented as a fact for reasons of political expediency; a fiction, a falsehood, a lie.government media politics
DrugsDMTEnglishnounInitialism of dimethyltryptamine, a naturally occurring psychedelic drug.abbreviation alt-of initialism uncountable
DrugsDMTEnglishnounInitialism of double mini trampoline, an aerial sport.abbreviation alt-of initialism uncountable
DucksalleqGreenlandicnounlong-tailed duck, oldsquaw (Clangula hyemalis)
DucksalleqGreenlandicnounthe lower, the lowest part
DucksalleqGreenlandicnounthe lower lamp of an Eskimo house, made of fat
DyessaffronEnglishnounThe plant Crocus sativus, a crocus.countable uncountable
DyessaffronEnglishnounA spice (seasoning) and colouring agent made from the stigma and part of the style of the plant, sometimes or formerly also used as a dye and insect repellent.countable uncountable
DyessaffronEnglishnounAn orange-yellow colour, the colour of a lion's pelt.countable uncountable
DyessaffronEnglishadjHaving an orange-yellow colour.
DyessaffronEnglishverbTo add saffron to (a food), for taste, colour etc.
DyessaffronEnglishverbTo give a saffron colour to (something). / To dye (a fabric, garment, etc.) with a saffron-based dye.
DyessaffronEnglishverbTo give a saffron colour to (something). / To colour (a metal or wooden surface) with a gilding product containing saffron.
DyessaffronEnglishverbTo give a saffron colour to (something).
DyessaffronEnglishverbTo embellish.figuratively
EcologyecotopeEnglishnounAn ecological habitat on the scale of individual organisms sharing space. Many ecotopes together, either adjacent or overlapping, make up an eco-region or larger unit.
EcologyecotopeEnglishnounAll of the constituent parts found in a locality on the same scale, such as the physiotope (landform), the geotope (rocks and soil) and the biotope (living flora and fauna).
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounA law, regulation, or a group of them: / Ecclesiastical, canon or church law.
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounA law, regulation, or a group of them: / The regulations followed by a job or group of people.
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounA law, regulation, or a group of them: / Directives, obligations, or tasks set to someone.
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounA law, regulation, or a group of them: / Legality; what is legally (and often seen as morally) right.
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounMorality, natural law (either instinctual or taught): / The Bible or one of the two books which it is composed of.
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounMorality, natural law (either instinctual or taught): / A religion (especially Christianity).
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounMorality, natural law (either instinctual or taught): / The Torah or the moral strictures contained within it.
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounMorality, natural law (either instinctual or taught): / One of the Ten Commandments or their totality.
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounMorality, natural law (either instinctual or taught): / The regulating and obligating nature of marriage.
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounMorality, natural law (either instinctual or taught): / Morality revealed or given from the heavens.rare
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounA law or the totality of laws active in a community; the law. / The practicing of law; litigation, legal action, or part of it.
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounA law or the totality of laws active in a community; the law. / The legal profession; law or the legal system as a job or occupation.
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounA law or the totality of laws active in a community; the law. / A legal ruling or decision; penalisation or compensation.
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounA law or the totality of laws active in a community; the law. / A legal community; the area under the aegis of a given legal system.
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounA law or the totality of laws active in a community; the law. / Getting one's acquaintances to attest one's innocence.rare
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounA law or the totality of laws active in a community; the law. / The law as an individual; those working in law.rare
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounOne's behaviour, acts, practices, or mode of living: / The usual behaviour of a group or class of things.
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounOne's behaviour, acts, practices, or mode of living: / The usual behaviour of a people, nation, or community.
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounOne's behaviour, acts, practices, or mode of living: / The method, technique, or way in which something is accomplished.
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounOne's behaviour, acts, practices, or mode of living: / Caution from violence due to law; the effects of law and order.
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounOne's behaviour, acts, practices, or mode of living: / A trapping, ceremony, or ritual that forms part of a religion.rare
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounOne's behaviour, acts, practices, or mode of living: / Customs, behaviours, or actions which are regarded as right; manners.rare
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounThe administrative or governmental system present in a community.
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounA scientific or natural law; a statement of truth.
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounA dispensation (one of the periods of Christian history)
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounInformation or wisdom from a trustworthy or reliable source.
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounA snide or pithy axiom or statement of a general truth.
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounSomething which effects or changes; a force.rare
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounMight or potency; the ability to effect one's will.rare
EducationlaweMiddle EnglishnounThe state or situation one is in.rare
Elapid snakescopperheadEnglishnounAny of certain of snakes having a copper-colored head in three families within suborder Serpentes. / Agkistrodon contortrix, a venomous pit viper species found in parts of North America.
Elapid snakescopperheadEnglishnounAny of certain of snakes having a copper-colored head in three families within suborder Serpentes. / Deinagkistrodon acutus, the Chinese copperhead, a venomous pit viper species found in Southeast Asia
Elapid snakescopperheadEnglishnounAny of certain of snakes having a copper-colored head in three families within suborder Serpentes. / Austrelaps spp. (Australian copperheads), a genus of venomous elapids found in southern Australia and Tasmania.
Elapid snakescopperheadEnglishnounAny of certain of snakes having a copper-colored head in three families within suborder Serpentes. / Coelognathus radiatus (syn. Elaphe radiata), the copperhead rat snake, a non-venomous colubrid species found in southern Asia.
Elapid snakescopperheadEnglishnounSomeone with ginger hair.derogatory
Electronics808EnglishnameHawaii, after the 808 area code.often with-definite-article
Electronics808EnglishnounA Roland TR-808 drum machine.
Electronics808EnglishnounA synthetic drum or bass sound that emulates the sound of a Roland TR-808.
EmotionsbrestenMiddle EnglishverbTo burst (break from internal pressure): / To issue, rush or flow out.
EmotionsbrestenMiddle EnglishverbTo burst (break from internal pressure): / To change state suddenly.
EmotionsbrestenMiddle EnglishverbTo break, shatter (become broken): / To break, smash (cause to break)
EmotionsbrestenMiddle EnglishverbTo break, shatter (become broken): / To defeat or vanquish; to shatter (an enemy)
EmotionsbrestenMiddle EnglishverbTo be intensely afflicted with a feeling.
EmotionsbrestenMiddle EnglishverbTo hurt or attack; to beat up.
EmotionshystericalEnglishadjOf, or arising from hysteria.
EmotionshystericalEnglishadjHaving, or prone to having hysterics.
EmotionshystericalEnglishadjProvoking uncontrollable laughter.
EmotionspassiounMiddle Englishnounpassion, suffering (that which must be endured)
EmotionspassiounMiddle EnglishnounThe Passion (suffering of Jesus)
EmotionspassiounMiddle Englishnounpassion (intense emotion)
EmotionspassiounMiddle EnglishnounA sense (human faculty)human-sciences philosophy sciences
EmotionspassiounMiddle Englishnounpassiveness (state of being acted upon)rare
EmotionspassiounMiddle Englishnounproperty, elementrare
EmotionsscrupusLatinnounA rough or sharp stone.declension-2
EmotionsscrupusLatinnounAnxiety, uneasiness, solicitude.declension-2 figuratively
EmotionssouleMiddle EnglishnounA soul or spirit; an animating force: / The human soul (seen as granting sapience and surviving after death).
EmotionssouleMiddle EnglishnounA soul or spirit; an animating force: / The (characteristic) soul of animals or plants.
EmotionssouleMiddle EnglishnounA soul or spirit; an animating force: / A refined animating substance akin to the soul.alchemy pseudoscience
EmotionssouleMiddle EnglishnounLife, energy; earthly existence.
EmotionssouleMiddle EnglishnounA person or human being.biblical lifestyle religion
EmotionssouleMiddle EnglishnounThe mind or heart; one's capacity for thought or emotion.
EmotionssouleMiddle EnglishnounOne's intent or goal; that which one wants.
EmotionssouleMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of sowel (“food”)alt-of alternative
EmotionssouleMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of sowel (“staff, stake”)alt-of alternative
EmotionsstomakMiddle EnglishnounThe stomach or guts: / Hunger, starvation.figuratively
EmotionsstomakMiddle EnglishnounThe stomach or guts: / One's emotional or sexual drive (supposedly coming from the stomach)figuratively
EmotionsstomakMiddle EnglishnounAn organ near the stomach.
EmotionsyiiliGamilaraayverbto bite
EmotionsyiiliGamilaraaynounangry
EmotionsακτινοβολώGreekverbto emit light, shine, beam
EmotionsακτινοβολώGreekverbto beam, shine with happinessfiguratively
EpistemologygyaniEnglishnounA knowledgable or wise person; sage, saint.
EpistemologygyaniEnglishnounAlternative spelling of giani.Sikhism alt-of alternative
EpistemologygyaniEnglishadjKnowledgable, wise, intelligent.
EquestrianismtraveMiddle EnglishnounA beam or pole.rare
EquestrianismtraveMiddle EnglishnounA wooden cage for containing horses that are being shod.rare
EquidszebrineEnglishadjOf, like or pertaining to a zebra.
EquidszebrineEnglishnounA zebra or similar (notably equine) animal.
EthnicityBLMEnglishnounAbbreviation of bleomycin.medicine pharmacology sciencesabbreviation alt-of uncountable
EthnicityBLMEnglishnameInitialism of Bureau of Land Management: an agency within the United States Department of the Interior responsible for administering public lands, created in 1946.US abbreviation alt-of initialism
EthnicityBLMEnglishnameInitialism of Black Lives Matter: an international human rights movement, originated in 2013 within the African-American community, which campaigns against violence and systemic racism towards black people.abbreviation alt-of initialism
EthnicityBLMEnglishphraseInitialism of black lives matter.abbreviation alt-of initialism
EthnonymsHispanicEnglishadjOf or relating to Spain.
EthnonymsHispanicEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Iberian peninsula, its people, its culture or its languages.
EthnonymsHispanicEnglishadjOf or relating to a Spanish-speaking people or culture, as in Latin America.colloquial
EthnonymsHispanicEnglishadjmestizo.colloquial
EthnonymsHispanicEnglishnounA Spanish-speaking person.
EthnonymsHispanicEnglishnounA person of Spanish ancestry.
EthnonymsHispanicEnglishnounmestizocolloquial
EthnonymsLappEnglishnounAn indigenous person from Lapland. One of the Sami people.
EthnonymsLappEnglishnameThe language of the Lapp peoples.
EthnonymsLappEnglishadjFrom Lapland or of the Lapp peoplesnot-comparable
EuropeEuropaSwedishnameEurope, the westernmost part of the Eurasian continent, north of Africa and west of Asianeuter
EuropeEuropaSwedishnameEuropa (goddess)common-gender
EuropeEuropaSwedishnameEuropa, a moon of Jupitercommon-gender
Even-toed ungulates하마Koreannounhippopotamus
Even-toed ungulates하마KoreanadvalreadyGangwon Gyeongsang dialectal
Evening primrose family plantsseedboxEnglishnounA box in which seeds are planted.
Evening primrose family plantsseedboxEnglishnounA private server used for uploading and downloading files from a peer-to-peer network.Internet
Evening primrose family plantsseedboxEnglishnounA capsule.biology botany natural-sciences
Evening primrose family plantsseedboxEnglishnounA plant (Ludwigia alternifolia) with somewhat cubical or box-shaped capsules.
ExplosivesbombshellEnglishnounA bomb or artillery shell designed to explode on impact.
ExplosivesbombshellEnglishnounSomething that is very surprising, shocking, amazing or sensational.figuratively
ExplosivesbombshellEnglishnounSomeone who is very attractive; a sex symbol.broadly
ExplosiveschargeEnglishnounThe amount of money levied for a service.countable uncountable
ExplosiveschargeEnglishnounA ground attack against a prepared enemy.government military politics warcountable uncountable
ExplosiveschargeEnglishnounA forceful forward movement.countable uncountable
ExplosiveschargeEnglishnounAn accusation. / An official description (by the police or a court) of a crime that somebody may be guilty of.countable uncountable
ExplosiveschargeEnglishnounAn accusation. / An accusation by a person or organization.countable uncountable
ExplosiveschargeEnglishnounAn electric charge.chemistry electrical-engineering electromagnetism engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
ExplosiveschargeEnglishnounThe scope of someone's responsibility.countable uncountable
ExplosiveschargeEnglishnounSomeone or something entrusted to one's care, such as a child to a babysitter or a student to a teacher.countable uncountable
ExplosiveschargeEnglishnounA load or burden; cargo.countable uncountable
ExplosiveschargeEnglishnounAn instruction.countable uncountable
ExplosiveschargeEnglishnounAn offensive foul in which the player with the ball moves into a stationary defender.ball-games basketball games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
ExplosiveschargeEnglishnounA measured amount of powder and/or shot in a cartridge.engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponrycountable uncountable
ExplosiveschargeEnglishnounA measured amount of explosive.broadly countable uncountable
ExplosiveschargeEnglishnounAn image displayed on an escutcheon.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicscountable uncountable
ExplosiveschargeEnglishnounA position (of a weapon) fitted for attack.engineering government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponrycountable uncountable
ExplosiveschargeEnglishnounA sort of plaster or ointment.farriery hobbies horses lifestyle pets sportscountable uncountable
ExplosiveschargeEnglishnounWeight; import; value.countable obsolete uncountable
ExplosiveschargeEnglishnounA measure of thirty-six pigs of lead, each pig weighing about seventy pounds; a charre.countable historical obsolete uncountable
ExplosiveschargeEnglishnounAn address given at a church service concluding a visitation.ecclesiastical lifestyle religioncountable uncountable
ExplosiveschargeEnglishnounCannabis.slang uncountable
ExplosiveschargeEnglishverbTo assign a duty or responsibility to.
ExplosiveschargeEnglishverbTo assign (a debit) to an account.transitive
ExplosiveschargeEnglishverbTo pay on account, as by using a credit card.transitive
ExplosiveschargeEnglishverbTo require payment (of) (a price or fee, for goods, services, etc.).intransitive transitive
ExplosiveschargeEnglishverbTo sell at a given price.dated
ExplosiveschargeEnglishverbTo formally accuse (a person) of a crime.law
ExplosiveschargeEnglishverbTo impute or ascribe.
ExplosiveschargeEnglishverbTo call to account; to challenge.
ExplosiveschargeEnglishverbTo place a burden, load or responsibility on or in. / To ornament with or cause to bear.transitive
ExplosiveschargeEnglishverbTo place a burden, load or responsibility on or in. / To assume as a bearing.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicstransitive
ExplosiveschargeEnglishverbTo place a burden, load or responsibility on or in. / To add to or represent on.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicstransitive
ExplosiveschargeEnglishverbTo place a burden, load or responsibility on or in.transitive
ExplosiveschargeEnglishverbTo load equipment with material required for its use, as a firearm with powder, a fire hose with water, a chemical reactor with raw materials. / To cause to take on an electric charge.transitive
ExplosiveschargeEnglishverbTo load equipment with material required for its use, as a firearm with powder, a fire hose with water, a chemical reactor with raw materials. / To replenish energy to (a battery, or a device containing a battery) by use of an electrical device plugged into a power outlet.transitive
ExplosiveschargeEnglishverbTo load equipment with material required for its use, as a firearm with powder, a fire hose with water, a chemical reactor with raw materials. / To replenish energy.intransitive of a battery or a device containing a battery transitive
ExplosiveschargeEnglishverbTo load equipment with material required for its use, as a firearm with powder, a fire hose with water, a chemical reactor with raw materials.transitive
ExplosiveschargeEnglishverbTo move forward quickly and forcefully, particularly in combat and/or on horseback. / To attack by moving forward quickly in a group.government military politics warintransitive transitive
ExplosiveschargeEnglishverbTo move forward quickly and forcefully, particularly in combat and/or on horseback. / To commit a charging foul.ball-games basketball games hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive
ExplosiveschargeEnglishverbTo move forward quickly and forcefully, particularly in combat and/or on horseback. / To take a few steps down the pitch towards the bowler as they deliver the ball, either to disrupt the length of the delivery, or to get into a better position to hit the ball.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive of a batsman
ExplosiveschargeEnglishverbTo move forward quickly and forcefully, particularly in combat and/or on horseback.intransitive
ExplosiveschargeEnglishverbTo lie on the belly and be still. (A command given by a hunter to a dog)of a hunting dog transitive
Explosivesdoomsday deviceEnglishnounA hypothetical weapon (often a bomb) programmed to automatically be used in response to certain attacks, usually with very dire consequences (such as the annihilation of the world).
Explosivesdoomsday deviceEnglishnounAn extremely powerful weapon.
EyeeyelessEnglishadjHaving no eyes (organs of sight).not-comparable
EyeeyelessEnglishadjHaving no sight; blind.not-comparable
EyegealacánIrishnounwhite (of egg, of eye)masculine
EyegealacánIrishnounkneecapanatomy medicine sciencesmasculine
EyepalpebraLatinnounan eyeliddeclension-1 feminine plural-normally
EyepalpebraLatinnouneyelashesdeclension-1 feminine in-plural
EyepalpebraLatinnounthe eyesEcclesiastical Latin declension-1 feminine in-plural
EyepalpebraLatinnounnominative/accusative/vocative plural of palpebrumaccusative form-of neuter nominative plural vocative
FabricsgrogramEnglishnounA strong, rough fabric made up of a mixture of silk, and mohair or wool.countable uncountable
FabricsgrogramEnglishnounA garment made from this fabric.countable uncountable
Facial expressionsleendeSwedishverbpresent participle of leform-of participle present
Facial expressionsleendeSwedishadjsmilingattributive not-comparable
Facial expressionsleendeSwedishnouna smileneuter
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Acacia esthrophiolata, Acacia excelsa, Acacia melanoxylon, Acacia stenophylla, or Erythrophleum chlorostachys.Australia countable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Aegiphilia martinicensiscountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Afzelia africanacountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Astronium spp.countable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Backhousia myrtifoliacountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Carpinus carolinianacountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Casuarina cristatacountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Chionanthus caymanensiscountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Cliftonia monophyllacountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Colubrina ellipticacountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Combretum imberbecountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Cordia subcordatacountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Cyrilla racemifloracountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Dialium guianensecountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Exothea paniculatacountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Foresteria pubescenscountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Gordonia haematoxyloncountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Gymnostoma sumatranumcountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Heritiera spp.countable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Jacquinia keyensiscountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Metrosideros spp.countable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Myracrodruon urundeuvacountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Paubrasilia echinatacountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Prunus africanacountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Schinopsis spp.countable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Schleichera oleosacountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Senegalia muricatacountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Sideroxylon spp.countable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Sloania spp.countable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Swartzia spp.countable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Terminalia canescenscountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Thouina striatacountable uncountable
Fagales order plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Vachellia farnesianacountable uncountable
FamilybəziMatalnounchild
FamilybəziMataladjsmall
FamilydencɛDyulanounson
FamilydencɛDyulanounnephew
FamilydencɛDyulanounboy
FamilyminiäFinnishnoundaughter-in-law
FamilyminiäFinnishnounpartitive plural of minäform-of partitive plural
FamilyminiäFinnishnounpartitive singular of miniform-of partitive singular
FamilyphȉwénaTaosnoundaughter, daughter-in-law
FamilyphȉwénaTaosnounany female child or younger female person
FamilysponsoInterlinguanounnewlywed
FamilysponsoInterlinguanounbridegroom
FamilysponsoInterlinguanounhusband
FamilysponsoInterlinguanounspouse
FamilysûrFriuliannounsisterfeminine
FamilysûrFriuliannouncorkmasculine
FamilysûrFriuliannouncork oakmasculine
FamilyхуьйаьрUdinoundaughter
FamilyхуьйаьрUdinoungirl
FamilyदेवृSanskritnounwoman's brother-in-law, husband's brother (especially his younger brother)
FamilyदेवृSanskritnouncurrent husband of a previously married woman
FamilyसूनKonkaninoundaughter-in-law
FamilyसूनKonkaninounbride
Familyశ్రీమతిTelugunounwife
Familyశ్రీమతిTeluguprefixA prefix used before the proper name of married women to denote respect.morpheme
FamilyᱮᱝᱜᱚSantalinounmother
FamilyᱮᱝᱜᱚSantalinounfemalefeminine
Family membersfamilyEnglishnounA group of people who are closely related to one another (by blood, marriage or adoption); kin; in particular, a set of parents and their children; an immediate family.countable
Family membersfamilyEnglishnounAn extended family: a group of people who are related to one another by blood or marriage.countable
Family membersfamilyEnglishnounA nuclear family: a mother and father who are married and cohabiting and their child or children.countable
Family membersfamilyEnglishnounMembers of one's family collectively.uncountable
Family membersfamilyEnglishnounA (close-knit) group of people related by blood, friendship, marriage, law, or custom, especially if they live or work together.countable
Family membersfamilyEnglishnounA (close-knit) group of people related by blood, friendship, marriage, law, or custom, especially if they live or work together. / The gay community.LGBTcountable slang uncountable
Family membersfamilyEnglishnounLineage, especially honorable or noble lineage.uncountable
Family membersfamilyEnglishnounA category in the classification of organisms, ranking below order and above genus; a taxon at that rank.biology natural-sciences taxonomycountable
Family membersfamilyEnglishnounAny group or aggregation of things classed together as kindred or related from possessing in common characteristics which distinguish them from other things of the same order.countable
Family membersfamilyEnglishnounA collection of sets, especially of subsets of a given set.mathematics sciences set-theorycountable
Family membersfamilyEnglishnounA group of instruments having the same basic method of tone production.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable
Family membersfamilyEnglishnounA group of languages believed to have descended from the same ancestral language.human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable
Family membersfamilyEnglishadjSuitable for children and adults.not-comparable
Family membersfamilyEnglishadjHomosexual.LGBTnot-comparable slang
Family membersfamilyEnglishnameA group of people who are closely related to one another (by blood, marriage or adoption)
Fans (people)DowntonianEnglishnounA fan of the television series Downton Abbey.slang
Fans (people)DowntonianEnglishnounA stage of strata at the base of the Devonian period.geography geology natural-sciences
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.
FeardredfulMiddle EnglishadjHaving dread or fear: / Scared, afraid; fearing something.
FeardredfulMiddle EnglishadjHaving dread or fear: / Timid; tending to be frightened.
FeardredfulMiddle EnglishadjHaving dread or fear: / Full of awe; reverential.
FeardredfulMiddle EnglishadjInspiring dread or fear: / Causing terror or ruin; dreadful, perilous.
FeardredfulMiddle EnglishadjInspiring dread or fear: / Causing awe; awe-inspiring.
FearhorrorEnglishnounAn intense distressing emotion of fear or repugnance.countable uncountable
FearhorrorEnglishnounSomething horrible; that which excites horror.countable uncountable
FearhorrorEnglishnounIntense dislike or aversion; an abhorrence.countable uncountable
FearhorrorEnglishnounA genre of fiction designed to evoke a feeling of fear and suspense.uncountable
FearhorrorEnglishnounAn individual work in this genre.countable
FearhorrorEnglishnounA nasty or ill-behaved person; a rascal or terror.colloquial countable
FearhorrorEnglishnounAn intense anxiety or a nervous depression; often the horrors.countable informal uncountable
FearhorrorEnglishnounDelirium tremens.countable in-plural informal uncountable
Fearone's blood runs coldEnglishphraseOne feels a physical shock upon realizing a direct threat to one's life, similar to the loss of blood in the brain. It affects the entire body for a few minutes, but does not cause the person to lose consciousness.
Fearone's blood runs coldEnglishphraseOne experiences a visceral feeling of fear, horror, dread, or strong foreboding.idiomatic
Fecestake a shitEnglishverbTo defecate.colloquial idiomatic vulgar
Fecestake a shitEnglishverbTo fail or malfunction.UK colloquial idiomatic vulgar
Fecestake a shitEnglishverbUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see take, a, shit.
FelidstygreMiddle Englishnountiger (The felid Panthera tigris)
FelidstygreMiddle EnglishnounA dangerous or ferocious individual.figuratively
FemalemissEnglishverbTo fail to hit.intransitive transitive
FemalemissEnglishverbTo fail to achieve or attain.transitive
FemalemissEnglishverbTo avoid; to escape.transitive
FemalemissEnglishverbTo become aware of the loss or absence of; to feel the want or need of, sometimes with regret.transitive
FemalemissEnglishverbTo fail to understand;transitive
FemalemissEnglishverbTo fail to notice; to have a shortcoming of perception; overlook.transitive
FemalemissEnglishverbTo fail to attend.transitive
FemalemissEnglishverbTo be late for something (a means of transportation, a deadline, etc.).transitive
FemalemissEnglishverbTo be wanting; to lack something that should be present.transitive
FemalemissEnglishverbTo spare someone of something unwanted or undesirable.slang transitive
FemalemissEnglishverbTo fail to help the hand of a player.card-games pokersaid of a card
FemalemissEnglishverbTo fail to score (a goal).hobbies lifestyle sports
FemalemissEnglishverbTo go wrong; to err.intransitive obsolete
FemalemissEnglishverbTo be absent, deficient, or wanting.intransitive obsolete
FemalemissEnglishnounA failure to hit.
FemalemissEnglishnounA failure to obtain or accomplish.
FemalemissEnglishnounAn act of avoidance (usually used with the verb give)
FemalemissEnglishnounThe situation where an item is not found in a cache and therefore needs to be explicitly loaded.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
FemalemissEnglishnounError, fault; misdeed, wrongdoing, sin.obsolete
FemalemissEnglishnounHurt or harm from a mistake or accident.obsolete
FemalemissEnglishnounLoss, lack want; hence, the feeling of loss.obsolete
FemalemissEnglishnounA title of respect for a young woman (usually unmarried) with or without a name used.countable uncountable
FemalemissEnglishnounAn unmarried woman; a girl.countable uncountable
FemalemissEnglishnounA kept woman; a mistress.countable uncountable
FemalemissEnglishnounIn the game of three-card loo, an extra hand, dealt on the table, which may be substituted for the hand dealt to a player.card-games gamescountable uncountable
FemalenonnerieMiddle EnglishnounA nunnery (monastery for nuns)
FemalenonnerieMiddle EnglishnounFemale monastic life.rare
FemalewaitressEnglishnounA female attendant who serves customers in a restaurant, café, or similar.
FemalewaitressEnglishverbTo work as a waitress.stative
Female animalsmotDutchnounbutterfly-like insect: moth (usually nocturnal insect of the order Lepidoptera)feminine
Female animalsmotDutchnouna slap, a blow, a hit (physical aggression with hands or fists)feminine
Female animalsmotDutchnouna quarrel, tiffbroadly feminine
Female animalsmotDutchnouna female pig; a sowfeminine
Female animalsmotDutchnouna lewd womanbroadly feminine
Female animalsmotDutchnounlight rain; drizzlefeminine
Female animalswerksterDutchnounmaid (house cleaner)feminine
Female animalswerksterDutchnounfemale workerfeminine uncommon
Female animalswerksterDutchnounworker female among eusocial insectsfeminine
Female family membersmaEnglishnounAbbreviation of milli-arcsecond.astronomy natural-sciencesabbreviation alt-of plural-normally
Female family membersmaEnglishnounmother, mamacolloquial singular-normally
Female family membersmaEnglishnounThe landlady of a theater.colloquial singular-normally
Female family membersmaEnglishnounMay
Female family membersmaEnglishdetAlternative spelling of myalt-of alternative dialectal informal
Female family membersmaEnglishparticleAlternative form of mahManglish Singlish alt-of alternative
Female family membersmammBretonnounmotherfeminine
Female family membersmammBretonnounfemale (animal)feminine
Female family membersmammBretonnounwombfeminine
FernsպտերArmeniannounfern / brake (Pteris)
FernsպտերArmeniannounfern / wood fern (Dryopteris)
FeudalismacasarOccitanverbto provide with a fiefLanguedoc
FeudalismacasarOccitanverbto marryGascony
FibersduldolCebuanonounthe kapok or silk-cotton tree (Ceiba pentandra)
FibersduldolCebuanonounthe fiber obtained from this tree
Fictional charactersDonald DuckNorwegian BokmålnameDonald Duck (One of the Disney cartoon characters, an anthropomorphic white-feathered duck who usually wears a sailor suit and is known for his voice especially in tantrums.)
Fictional charactersDonald DuckNorwegian BokmålnameThe asteroid 12410 Donald Duckastronomy natural-sciences
Fictional charactersDraculaEnglishnameThe fictional vampire in the novel of the same name by Bram Stoker.fiction literature media publishing
Fictional charactersDraculaEnglishnameA former prince of Wallachia.
Fictional charactersDraculaEnglishnounAny vampire.humorous
FingersfillipEnglishnounThe action of holding the tip of a finger against the thumb and then releasing it with a snap; a flick.archaic
FingersfillipEnglishnounA sharp strike or tap made using this action, or (by extension) by other means.
FingersfillipEnglishnounSomething unimportant, a trifle; also, the brief time it takes to flick one's finger (see noun sense 1); a jiffy.broadly
FingersfillipEnglishnounSomething that excites or stimulates.broadly
FingersfillipEnglishverbTo strike, project, or propel with a fillip (that is, a finger released quickly after being pressed against the thumb); to flick.transitive
FingersfillipEnglishverbTo project quickly; to snap.broadly transitive
FingersfillipEnglishverbTo strike or tap smartly.broadly transitive
FingersfillipEnglishverbTo drive as if by a fillip (noun sense 1); to excite, stimulate, whet.figuratively transitive
FingersfillipEnglishverbTo make a fillip (noun sense 1) (with the fingers).intransitive transitive
Finnic mythologySampsaFinnishnameA god of fields and growth.
Finnic mythologySampsaFinnishnamea male given name
FirebetineEnglishverbTo hedge about; enclose; shut up.obsolete transitive
FirebetineEnglishverbTo set fire to.obsolete transitive
FireverbrandenDutchverbTo burn, consume/kill in firetransitive
FireverbrandenDutchverbTo be consumed by fireintransitive
FireverbrandenDutchverbTo burn, affect gravely with corrosive etc. chemicalstransitive
FireverbrandenDutchverbTo burn, be affected gravely with corrosive etc. chemicalsintransitive
FireverbrandenDutchverbTo discredit completely, ruin psychologically for future use, e.g. by scandal or media leakfiguratively transitive
FirewildfireEnglishnounA rapidly spreading fire, especially one occurring in a wildland area.countable uncountable
FirewildfireEnglishnounGreek fire, Byzantine fire.countable historical uncountable
FirewildfireEnglishnounA spreading disease of the skin, particularly erysipelas.dermatology medicine sciencescountable uncountable
FirewildfireEnglishnounSomething that acts or spreads quickly and uncontrollably.countable figuratively uncountable
FirearmsmzingaSwahilinounhive (a box or basket for the reception and habitation of a swarm of honeybees)class-3 class-4
FirearmsmzingaSwahilinouncannonclass-3 class-4
FishfangtoothEnglishnounA beryciform fish of the monotypic family Anoplogastridae, with long sharp teeth.
FishfangtoothEnglishnounfang (kind of tooth)archaic
FishhopeakylkiFinnishnounsilverside (any small fish of the family Atherinidae that are characterized by bright, silvery scales)
FishhopeakylkiFinnishnounNickname for anything that has silvery sides, especially another fish, such as silakka (“Baltic herring”), lohi (“salmon”), siika (“whitefish”) or meritaimen (“sea trout”).
FishkibangCebuanoadjchipped
FishkibangCebuanonouna damselfish; any of a number of fish in the Pomacentridae family
Fish버들개KoreannounThe Amur minnow, Phoxinus steindachneri.
Fish버들개KoreannounThe Chinese minnow, Phoxinus oxycephalus.North-Korea
Fish버들개KoreannounA stream with many willows.Hamgyong
FlaxoakumEnglishnounCoarse fibres separated by hackling from flax or hemp when preparing the latter for spinning.countable historical uncountable
FlaxoakumEnglishnounFibres chiefly obtained by untwisting old rope, which are used to caulk or pack gaps between boards of wooden ships and joints in masonry and plumbing, and sometimes for dressing wounds.countable historical uncountable
Flowerslady's slipperEnglishnounAny orchid of the subfamily Cypripedioideae, distinguished by their slipper-shaped pouches which trap insects to improve pollination rates.
Flowerslady's slipperEnglishnounThe type species of this subfamily, Cypripedium calceolus.
FlowersజాజిTelugunounnutmeg tree
FlowersజాజిTelugunounJasmine flower - Jasminum grandiflorum
FlowersజాజిTelugunamea female given name
Folkloreelf arrowEnglishnounA prehistoric flint arrowhead.
Folkloreelf arrowEnglishnounAn elf-bolt or belemnite.
Food and drinkeat outEnglishverbTo dine at a restaurant or such public place.intransitive
Food and drinkeat outEnglishverbTo erode or encroach upon by gradually consuming.transitive
Food and drinkeat outEnglishverbTo perform cunnilingus or anilingus on.slang transitive vulgar
Food and drinkeat outEnglishverbTo reprimand severely.slang transitive
Food and drinkeat outEnglishverbUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see eat, out.
Food and drinkgastronomyEnglishnounThe art of preparing and eating good food.uncountable usually
Food and drinkgastronomyEnglishnounThe study of the relationship between food and culture.uncountable usually
Food and drinkgastronomyEnglishnounthe cooking of a particular area.uncountable usually
FoodsGruyèreEnglishnounA hard yellow cheese originating from Gruyères, Switzerland and made in the cantons of Fribourg.uncountable usually
FoodsGruyèreEnglishnameGruyère District, a local government district in Fribourg canton, Switzerland.
FoodschiiłchinNavajonounsumac berry (Rhus aromatica)
FoodschiiłchinNavajonounsumac berry pudding
FoodscroffleEnglishnounA small hollow polythene or polypropylene ball used in various technical applications.plural-normally
FoodscroffleEnglishnounA hybrid of a croissant and waffle.
FoodsfløteNorwegian Bokmålnouncream (from milk)masculine
FoodsfløteNorwegian Bokmålverbto float logs (down a river)
FoodskrokettiFinnishnouncroquetgames
FoodskrokettiFinnishnouncroquette (dish of minced meat or vegetables, deep-fried in fat and sometimes sprinkled with bread crumbs)
FoodsnawaTswananounbean, peaclass-9
FoodsnawaTswananounclitorisanatomy medicine sciencesclass-9
FoodsomeletteEnglishnounA dish made with beaten eggs cooked in a frying pan without stirring, flipped over to cook on both sides, and sometimes filled or topped with other foodstuffs, for example cheese or chives.countable uncountable
FoodsomeletteEnglishnounA form of shellcode that searches the address space for multiple small blocks of data ("eggs") and recombines them into a larger block to be executed.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
FoodsomeletteEnglishverbTo make into an omelette
FoodspastaSiciliannounpastafeminine
FoodspastaSiciliannoundoughfeminine
FoodspastryEnglishnounA baked food item made from flour and fat pastes such as pie crust; also tarts, bear claws, napoleons, puff pastries, etc.countable
FoodspastryEnglishnounThe food group formed by the various kinds of pastries.uncountable
FoodspastryEnglishnounThe type of light flour-based dough used in pastries.uncountable
FoodspastryEnglishnounA place where pastry is made.countable obsolete
FoodspastryEnglishnounThe act or art of making pastry.uncountable
FoodspastryEnglishnounDesserts of all kinds, whether or not these incorporate the baked item made from flour and fat, or that section of a kitchen that prepares these.uncountable
FoodspuddingEnglishnounAny of various dishes, sweet or savoury, prepared by boiling or steaming, or from batter.countable uncountable
FoodspuddingEnglishnounA type of cake or dessert cooked usually by boiling or steaming.countable uncountable
FoodspuddingEnglishnounA type of dessert that has a texture similar to custard or mousse but using some kind of starch as the thickening agent.countable uncountable
FoodspuddingEnglishnounDessert; the dessert course of a meal.Australia New-Zealand UK countable uncountable
FoodspuddingEnglishnounA sausage made primarily from blood.countable uncountable
FoodspuddingEnglishnounAn overweight person.countable slang uncountable
FoodspuddingEnglishnounA term of endearment.countable endearing uncountable
FoodspuddingEnglishnounEntrails.countable slang uncountable
FoodspuddingEnglishnounAny food or victuals.countable obsolete uncountable
FoodspuddingEnglishnounA piece of good fortune.archaic countable slang uncountable
FoodssikuGreenlandicnounice (on water)
FoodssikuGreenlandicnounice-cream, ice lolly
FoodstansyEnglishnounA herbaceous plant with yellow flowers, of the genus Tanacetum, especially Tanacetum vulgare.countable uncountable
FoodstansyEnglishnounA dish common in the seventeenth century, made of eggs, sugar, rose water, cream, and the juice of herbs (including tansy), baked with butter in a shallow dish. "Originally flavoured with tansy, but by Pepys's time generally having spinach as its predominant flavouring."obsolete uncountable
FoodsемешBashkirnounfruit
FoodsемешBashkirnounresult, product, fruitfiguratively
FoodsদৈAssamesenouncurd
FoodsদৈAssamesenounyogurt
FoodsがつJapanesenounガツ: pig stomach
FoodsがつJapanesesuffix月: month of the yearmorpheme
Football (American)amerískur fótboltiIcelandicnounAmerican footballmasculine uncountable
Football (American)amerískur fótboltiIcelandicnounthe ball used to play American footballcountable masculine
Football (American)handeggEnglishnounAny of the sports that are called football but are played mainly with the hands and with a prolate spheroid ball; that is, American football and (less often) Canadian and Australian football.humorous slang uncountable
Football (American)handeggEnglishnounThe ball used to play such a game.countable humorous slang
FootwearkenkäFinnishnounshoe (protective covering for the foot)
FootwearkenkäFinnishnounshoe (something resembling a shoe in function)
FootwearkenkäFinnishnounboot (heavy shoe that covers part of the leg)
Forms of governmentoctarchyEnglishnounA group of eight states.
Forms of governmentoctarchyEnglishnounA government of eight people.
Forms of governmentplutocracyEnglishnounGovernment by the wealthy.countable uncountable
Forms of governmentplutocracyEnglishnounA controlling class of the wealthy.countable uncountable
FourquadrupedEnglishnounA four-footed or four-legged animal.
FourquadrupedEnglishnounA mammal ambulating on all fours.
Four o'clock family plantspaper flowerEnglishnounA plant, Bougainvillea glabra, and its flower head, so called for the papery bracts.
Four o'clock family plantspaper flowerEnglishnounA plant, the peach-leaved bellflower, Campanula persicifolia, and its flower.
Four o'clock family plantspaper flowerEnglishnounA plant, Psilostrophe cooperi, and its flower.
Four o'clock family plantspaper flowerEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see paper, flower.
FowlsmegapodeEnglishnounAny of several chicken- or turkey-like birds in the family Megapodiidae, which incubate their eggs by burying them where they receive warmth from decaying vegetation, solar radiation or geothermal heat.
FowlsmegapodeEnglishadjCharacteristic of the Megapodiidae.
FowlspavonineEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the genus Pavo or its family Pavonidae, including the peafowl.
FowlspavonineEnglishadjPossessing the coloring or iridescence of a peacock feather.
FowlspavonineEnglishadjShowy, like a peacock's tail; exhibiting vanity.
FowlspavonineEnglishnounTarnish found on some ores and metals which resembles the tail feathers of a peacock.uncountable
FowlspavonineEnglishnounAny bird from the family Pavonidae.uncountable
FowlspáfuglIcelandicnouna peafowlmasculine
FowlspáfuglIcelandicnouna male peafowl, a peacockmasculine
FruitsannoonaFinnishnouncherimoya (Annona cherimola)
FruitsannoonaFinnishnounannona (fruit)
FruitsbærNorwegian Bokmålnouna berryneuter
FruitsbærNorwegian Bokmålverbimperative of bæreform-of imperative
FruitsrrushAlbaniannoungrape (Vitis vinifera)masculine
FruitsrrushAlbaniannoundear; term of endearmentmasculine
FruitsانجیرUrdunounficus (tree)
FruitsانجیرUrdunounfig (fruit)
FurniturebackrestEnglishnounThe back piece of a chair, used to support the sitter's back.
FurniturebackrestEnglishnounA guide attached to the slide rest of a lathe, and placed in contact with the work to steady it in turning.
FurniturebordNorwegian BokmålnounA table (furniture)neuter
FurniturebordNorwegian BokmålnounA wooden board; plankneuter
FurniturebordNorwegian Bokmålnounborder (decorative strip)masculine
Furry fandomfurspeechEnglishnounSlang used by the furry subculture.lifestyleneologism slang uncommon uncountable
Furry fandomfurspeechEnglishnounUwu speech, sometimes associated with furries.Internet uncommon uncountable
GaitstiptoeEnglishnounThe tip of the toe.plural-normally
GaitstiptoeEnglishadjStanding elevated, on or as if on the tips of one's toes.not-comparable
GaitstiptoeEnglishadjMoving carefully, quietly, warily or stealthily, on or as if on the tips of one's toes.not-comparable
GaitstiptoeEnglishverbTo walk quietly with only the tips of the toes touching the ground.intransitive
GaitsveerEnglishverbTo let out (a sail-line), to allow (a sheet) to run out.nautical transportobsolete
GaitsveerEnglishnounA turn or swerve; an instance of veering.
GaitsveerEnglishverbTo change direction or course suddenly; to swerve.intransitive
GaitsveerEnglishverbTo shift in a clockwise direction (if in the Northern Hemisphere, or in a counterclockwise direction if in the Southern Hemisphere).intransitive of the wind
GaitsveerEnglishverbTo shift aft.nautical transportintransitive of the wind
GaitsveerEnglishverbTo change direction into the wind; to wear ship.nautical transportintransitive
GaitsveerEnglishverbTo turn.transitive
GemsandrodamasLatinnounA kind of hard precious stonedeclension-3
GemsandrodamasLatinnounpyrite, marcasitedeclension-3
GemsturkisNorwegian Nynorskadjturquoise (a blue-green colour)
GemsturkisNorwegian Nynorsknounturquoise (gemstone)masculine
Gems水晶Japanesenouncrystal
Gems水晶Japanesenounquartzchemistry geography geology mineralogy natural-sciences physical-sciences
GenderantigenderEnglishadjOpposing gender roles or gender distinctions.
GenderantigenderEnglishadjOpposed to things like transgender rights; marked by antigenderism.
GenderjämställdSwedishverbpast participle of jämställaform-of participle past
GenderjämställdSwedishadjhaving equal opportunity (in particular with respect to gender)
GenitaliadinkEnglishnounA soft drop shot.hobbies lifestyle sports tennis
GenitaliadinkEnglishnounA soft drop shot played at or near the non-volley zone.
GenitaliadinkEnglishnounA light chip; a chipped pass or shotball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sports
GenitaliadinkEnglishverbTo play a soft drop shot.hobbies lifestyle sports tennis
GenitaliadinkEnglishverbTo play a soft drop shot at or near the non-volley zone.
GenitaliadinkEnglishverbTo chip lightly, to play a light chip shot.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sports
GenitaliadinkEnglishnounA ride on the crossbar or handlebars of a bicycle.Australia colloquial
GenitaliadinkEnglishverbTo carry someone on a pushbike: behind, on the crossbar or on the handlebar.Australia colloquial
GenitaliadinkEnglishnounA North Vietnamese soldier.government military politics warUS dated derogatory slang
GenitaliadinkEnglishnounInitialism of double income no kids.US abbreviation alt-of initialism
GenitaliadinkEnglishadjHonest, fair, true.Australia New-Zealand
GenitaliadinkEnglishadjGenuine, proper, fair dinkum.Australia New-Zealand
GenitaliadinkEnglishadvHonestly, truly.Australia New-Zealand not-comparable
GenitaliadinkEnglishnounHard work, especially one's share of a task.Australia Northern-England uncountable
GenitaliadinkEnglishnounA soldier from Australia or New Zealand, a member of the ANZAC forces during the First World War.dated historical uncountable
GenitaliadinkEnglishnounThe penis.Canada US colloquial slang
GenitaliadinkEnglishnounA foolish or contemptible person.Canada US colloquial slang
GenitaliadinkEnglishadjFinely dressed, elegant; neat.archaic dialectal not-comparable
GenitaliadinkEnglishadjAlternative spelling of dinqgovernment military politics warUS alt-of alternative not-comparable
GenitalianwaLouisiana Creoleadjblack (of a black color)
GenitalianwaLouisiana Creoleadjdark (after nightfall)
GenitalianwaLouisiana CreolenounBlack person
GenitalianwaLouisiana Creolenoun(a) walnut
GenitalianwaLouisiana Creolenoun(a) nutbroadly
GenitalianwaLouisiana Creolenountesticles, nuts
GenitaliaorganEnglishnounThe larger part of an organism, composed of tissues that perform similar functions.
GenitaliaorganEnglishnounA body of an organization dedicated to the performing of certain functions.broadly
GenitaliaorganEnglishnounA musical instrument that has multiple pipes which play when a key is pressed (the pipe organ), or an electronic instrument designed to replicate such.entertainment lifestyle music
GenitaliaorganEnglishnounAn official magazine, newsletter, or similar publication of an organization.
GenitaliaorganEnglishnounShort for organ pipe cactus.abbreviation alt-of
GenitaliaorganEnglishnounA government organization; agency; authority.
GenitaliaorganEnglishnounThe penis.slang
GenitaliaorganEnglishnounAn Asian form of mitrailleuse.government military politics warhistorical
GenitaliaorganEnglishverbTo supply with an organ or organs; to fit with organs.obsolete transitive
GenitaliastemEnglishnounThe stock of a family; a race or generation of progenitors.
GenitaliastemEnglishnounA branch of a family.
GenitaliastemEnglishnounAn advanced or leading position; the lookout.
GenitaliastemEnglishnounThe above-ground stalk (technically axis) of a vascular plant, and certain anatomically similar, below-ground organs such as rhizomes, bulbs, tubers, and corms.biology botany natural-sciences
GenitaliastemEnglishnounA slender supporting member of an individual part of a plant such as a flower or a leaf; also, by analogy, the shaft of a feather.
GenitaliastemEnglishnounA narrow part on certain man-made objects, such as a wine glass, a tobacco pipe, a spoon.
GenitaliastemEnglishnounThe main part of an uninflected word to which affixes may be added to form inflections of the word. A stem often has a more fundamental root. Systematic conjugations and declensions derive from their stems.human-sciences linguistics sciences
GenitaliastemEnglishnounA person's leg.slang
GenitaliastemEnglishnounThe penis.slang
GenitaliastemEnglishnounA vertical stroke of a letter.media publishing typography
GenitaliastemEnglishnounA vertical stroke marking the length of a note in written music.entertainment lifestyle music
GenitaliastemEnglishnounA premixed portion of a track for use in audio mastering and remixing.entertainment lifestyle music
GenitaliastemEnglishnounThe vertical or nearly vertical forward extension of the keel, to which the forward ends of the planks or strakes are attached.nautical transport
GenitaliastemEnglishnounA component on a bicycle that connects the handlebars to the bicycle fork.cycling hobbies lifestyle sports
GenitaliastemEnglishnounA part of an anatomic structure considered without its possible branches or ramifications.anatomy medicine sciences
GenitaliastemEnglishnounA crack pipe; or the long, hollow portion of a similar pipe (i.e. meth pipe) resembling a crack pipe.slang
GenitaliastemEnglishnounA winder on a clock, watch, or similar mechanism.Britain
GenitaliastemEnglishverbTo remove the stem from.
GenitaliastemEnglishverbTo be caused or derived; to originate.
GenitaliastemEnglishverbTo descend in a family line.
GenitaliastemEnglishverbTo direct the stem (of a ship) against; to make headway against.
GenitaliastemEnglishverbTo hit with the stem of a ship; to ram.obsolete
GenitaliastemEnglishverbTo ram (clay, etc.) into a blasting hole.
GenitaliastemEnglishverbTo stop, hinder (for instance, a river or blood).transitive
GenitaliastemEnglishverbTo move the feet apart and point the tips of the skis inward in order to slow down the speed or to facilitate a turn.hobbies lifestyle skiing sports
GenitaliastemEnglishnounAlternative form of steemalt-of alternative
GenitaliastemEnglishnounAlternative form of STEMalt-of alternative
GenitaliastemEnglishnounA lesbian, chiefly African-American, exhibiting both stud and femme traits.
Gentianales order plantspoison nutEnglishnounnux vomica (tree)
Gentianales order plantspoison nutEnglishnounnux vomica (fruit)
GeographybukidHiligaynonnounmountain
GeographybukidHiligaynonnounhill
GeographycantonEnglishnounA division of a political unit. / One of the states comprising the Swiss Confederation.
GeographycantonEnglishnounA division of a political unit. / A subdivision of an arrondissement of France.
GeographycantonEnglishnounA division of a political unit. / A division of Luxembourg, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, etc.
GeographycantonEnglishnounA division of a political unit. / A subdivision of a county, of Quebec, Canada; equivalent to a township.obsolete
GeographycantonEnglishnounA division of a political unit.
GeographycantonEnglishnounA small community or clan.
GeographycantonEnglishnounA subdivision of a flag, the rectangular inset on the upper hoist (i.e., flagpole) side (e.g., the stars of the US national flag are in a canton).
GeographycantonEnglishnounA division of a shield occupying one third of the chief, usually on the dexter side, formed by a perpendicular line from the top meeting a horizontal line from the side.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politics
GeographycantonEnglishverbTo delineate as a separate district.transitive
GeographycantonEnglishverbTo divide into cantons.transitive
GeographycantonEnglishverbTo allot quarters to troops.transitive
GeographycantonEnglishnounA song or canto.obsolete
GeographytjǫrnOld Norsenounsmall lake, pond, tarnfeminine
GeographytjǫrnOld Norsenounpoolfeminine
GeographyܛܘܪܐClassical Syriacnounmountain, hill
GeographyܛܘܪܐClassical Syriacnounfield, countryside
GeographyܛܘܪܐClassical Syriacnounspace of time or distance
GeographyܛܘܪܐClassical Syriacnounmoment, instant
GeographyܛܘܪܐClassical Syriacnouninterval, duration
GeographyܛܘܪܐClassical Syriacnounmeasure, size, quantity, extent
GeographyܛܘܪܐClassical Syriacnounterritory, boundary, border
Geography도시Koreannouncity
Geography도시Koreannouna village serving as the cultural or economic center of a region
Geography도시Koreanadvat all (in a negative context)
Geometrid mothsgeometridEnglishnounAny of the family Geometridae of mothsbiology entomology natural-sciences
Geometrid mothsgeometridEnglishnounA larva of such moth, which when walking alternate legs and prolegs, giving the appearance of measuring
Geometrid mothsgeometridEnglishadjRelating to such mothsnot-comparable
George W. BushinternetsEnglishnounplural of internetform-of plural
George W. BushinternetsEnglishnounThe Internet.humorous with the
GeorgiaگرجPersiannameGeorgiaarchaic
GeorgiaگرجPersiannameGeorgian (person)archaic
German politicsReichstagEnglishnameThe diet of the Holy Roman Empire
German politicsReichstagEnglishnameThe lower chamber of the federal parliament of Germany until 1945
German politicsReichstagEnglishnameThe building in Berlin that houses the Bundestag of modern Germany
GlassesglassesEnglishnounplural of glassform-of plural
GlassesglassesEnglishnounSpectacles, frames bearing two lenses worn in front of the eyes.plural plural-only
GlassesglassesEnglishnounField glasses; binoculars.plural plural-only
GlassesglassesEnglishverbthird-person singular simple present indicative of glassform-of indicative present singular third-person
Go先手Japanesenounvanguard
Go先手JapanesenounMoving first; the initiative; having the initiative.
Go先手JapanesenounMoving first; the initiative; having the initiative. / the player who moves firstboard-games games shogiusually
Go先手Japanesenouna move forcing the opponent to respond; a move with tempoboard-games games shogiusually
GodܐܝܠClassical SyriacnameEl, Godlifestyle religion
GodܐܝܠClassical Syriacnounabsolute singular of ܐܝܠܐabsolute form-of singular
GodܐܝܠClassical Syriacnounconstruct state singular of ܐܝܠܐconstruct form-of singular
GodܐܝܠClassical Syriacnounabsolute singular of ܐܝܠܐabsolute form-of singular
GodܐܝܠClassical Syriacnounconstruct state singular of ܐܝܠܐconstruct form-of singular
GodsⲓⲉⲣⲁⲕⲗⲁⲥCopticnameHeracles, a Greek mythological hero and later god of the gymnasium and athletes.Bohairic Sahidic
GodsⲓⲉⲣⲁⲕⲗⲁⲥCopticnamea male given name from Ancient GreekBohairic Sahidic
Governmentcivil serviceEnglishnounIn parliamentary forms of government, the branches of government that are not military, legislative, or judicial, but work to apply its laws and regulations.
Governmentcivil serviceEnglishnounThe body of civilian employees of any level of government, not subject to political appointment and removal, normally hired and promoted largely on the basis of competitive examination.
GovernmentdelenMiddle EnglishverbTo separate or split; to deal out: / To mince; to cut into small pieces.
GovernmentdelenMiddle EnglishverbTo separate or split; to deal out: / To apportion; to share or assign.
GovernmentdelenMiddle EnglishverbTo separate or split; to deal out: / To assign individuals into lots or divisions.rare
GovernmentdelenMiddle EnglishverbTo separate or split; to deal out: / To discern; to be able to tell apart.rare
GovernmentdelenMiddle EnglishverbTo separate or split; to deal out: / To lop of; to split away.rare
GovernmentdelenMiddle EnglishverbTo have business with someone; to be involved in a matter: / To reach a decision or verdict; to make a call.
GovernmentdelenMiddle EnglishverbTo have business with someone; to be involved in a matter: / To enter into battle; to be involved in a conflict.
GovernmentdelenMiddle EnglishverbTo have business with someone; to be involved in a matter: / To copulate or to have sex with someone.
GovernmentdelenMiddle EnglishverbTo have business with someone; to be involved in a matter: / To join or engage in an activity.Early-Middle-English
GovernmentdelenMiddle EnglishverbTo have business with someone; to be involved in a matter: / To end; to determine or finish.rare
GovernmentdelenMiddle EnglishverbTo behave in a certain way or manner.
GovernmentdelenMiddle EnglishverbTo offer; to give away or administrate.
GovernmentdelenMiddle EnglishverbTo attack with a weapon; to deal a blow.
GovernmentdelenMiddle EnglishverbTo control; to administrate or be in charge.
GovernmentdelenMiddle EnglishverbTo effect vengeance or payback.rare
GovernmentdelenMiddle EnglishverbTo take or be given something.rare
GovernmentnahatʼáNavajonounplan, planning, idea
GovernmentnahatʼáNavajonounsystem
GovernmentnahatʼáNavajonounform of governmentform-of
GrainscornyMiddle Englishadjfleshy, swollenrare
GrainscornyMiddle Englishadjcontaining corn; tasting of malt, tasting well of malt, maltyrare
GrainscornyMiddle Englishadjresembling a grainrare
GrainsܩܨܪܐClassical Syriacnounfulling, bleaching, scouring
GrainsܩܨܪܐClassical Syriacnounfuller
GrainsܩܨܪܐClassical Syriacnounhusk, straw, chaff
GrainsܩܨܪܐClassical Syriacnounpalace, castle, fortress
GrammarmetalanguageEnglishnounAny language or vocabulary of specialized terms used to describe or analyze a language or linguistic processhuman-sciences linguistics sciences translation-studiescountable uncountable
GrammarmetalanguageEnglishnounAny similar language used to define a programming languagecomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
GrapevinesvinhaOccitannounvinefeminine
GrapevinesvinhaOccitannounvineyardfeminine
GrassesկենարարArmenianadjlife-giving, invigorating, revitalizing
GrassesկենարարArmeniannoungermander, Teucrium
GrassesկենարարArmeniannoungermander, Teucrium / wall germander, common germander, ground oak, Teucrium chamaedrys
GrebesJapanesecharacterHyōgai kanji no-gloss uncommon
GrebesJapanesenoungrebe
GrebesJapanesenoungrebe / little grebe
GrebesJapanesenoungrebe
GrebesJapanesenoungrebe / little grebe
GrebesJapanesenoungrebe
GrebesJapanesenoungrebe / little grebe
Greek deitiesHecateEnglishnameThe powerful goddess, in Greek mythology, of magic, crossroads, fire, light, the moon, and the underworld. Her Roman counterpart is Trivia.
Greek deitiesHecateEnglishname100 Hekate, a main belt asteroid.astronomy natural-sciences
Greek letter namesnyDanishadjnew
Greek letter namesnyDanishadjfresh
Greek letter namesnyDanishadjrecent
Greek letter namesnyDanishadjnovel
Greek letter namesnyDanishadjother
Greek letter namesnyDanishadjdifferent
Greek letter namesnyDanishnounnew moon, waxing moonneuter no-plural
Greek letter namesnyDanishnounnu; the Greek letter Ν, νneuter
Greek letter namesomicronEnglishnounThe 15th letter of the Classical and Modern Greek alphabets (16th in Ancient and Old Greek), used in ordering lists as in naming (astronomy) the 15th star of a constellation or (epidemiology) the 15th discovered major variant of a disease.capitalized sometimes
Greek letter namesomicronEnglishnounEllipsis of Omicron variant.biology medicine microbiology natural-sciences pathology sciences virologyabbreviation alt-of ellipsis uncountable
Greek letter namespsiEnglishnounThe twenty-third letter of Classical and Modern Greek and the twenty-fifth letter of Old and Ancient Greek.countable
Greek letter namespsiEnglishnounA form of psychic energy.literature media parapsychology pseudoscience publishing science-fictionuncountable
Greek letter namespsiEnglishsymbolPounds per square inch (an imperial unit of pressure)
Greek letter namestauNorwegian Bokmålnouna ropeneuter
Greek letter namestauNorwegian Bokmålnountau leptonnatural-sciences physical-sciences physicsneuter
Greek letter namestauNorwegian Bokmålnountau (Greek letter)neuter
Greek letter namestauNorwegian Bokmålverbimperative of taueform-of imperative
Gums and resinsmetopionLatinnoungum of an African treedeclension-2
Gums and resinsmetopionLatinnounoil of bitter almondsdeclension-2
Gums and resinsmetopionLatinnounkind of ointment made with galbanumdeclension-2
Gums and resinsresynMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of raysynalt-of alternative
Gums and resinsresynMiddle Englishnounresin
HairbebangEnglishverbTo bang about.intransitive transitive
HairbebangEnglishverbTo give bangs to; style in bangs.transitive
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
HairfrizzEnglishverbOf hair, to form into a mass of tight curls.intransitive
HairfrizzEnglishverbTo curl; to make frizzy.transitive
HairfrizzEnglishverbTo form into little burs, knobs, or tufts, as the nap of cloth.
HairfrizzEnglishverbTo make (leather) soft and of even thickness by rubbing, as with pumice stone or a blunt instrument.
HairfrizzEnglishverbTo fry, cook, or sear with a sizzling noise; to sizzle.
HairfrizzEnglishnounA mass of tightly curled or unruly hair.countable uncountable
HairkumiFijiannounchinanatomy medicine sciences
HairkumiFijiannounbeard
HairmaanDutchnounmoonfeminine
HairmaanDutchnounmanefeminine
HairmaanDutchverbinflection of manen: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / first-person singular present indicativefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
HairmaanDutchverbinflection of manen: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / imperativeform-of imperative
HairmaneEnglishnounLonger hair growth on back of neck of an animal, especially a horse or lion
HairmaneEnglishnounLong or thick hair of a person's head.
HairmaneEnglishnounPart of a naval sword between the tang button and the quillon.
HairmaneEnglishnounAlternative form of man (suggesting an AAVE accent)alt-of alternative slang
HairroteMiddle EnglishnounThe root (submerged part of a plant): / A root used as food; a root vegetable or tuber.
HairroteMiddle EnglishnounThe root (submerged part of a plant): / A root employed for supposed curative or medical properties.
HairroteMiddle EnglishnounThe foundation or base of a protuberance or extension of the body: / The root of the hair; the part of the hair within the scalp.
HairroteMiddle EnglishnounThe foundation or base of a protuberance or extension of the body: / The root of the tooth; the part of the tooth within the scalp.
HairroteMiddle EnglishnounThe foundation or base of a protuberance or extension of the body: / The root of a nail; the part of a nail within the skin.
HairroteMiddle EnglishnounThe foundation or base of a protuberance or extension of the body: / The base or attached part of an organ or bodily member.
HairroteMiddle EnglishnounThe foundation or base of a protuberance or extension of the body: / The base or attached part of a swelling or boil.
HairroteMiddle EnglishnounSomething which generates, creates, or emanates something: / The origin of an abstract quality; that which something originally came from.
HairroteMiddle EnglishnounSomething which generates, creates, or emanates something: / A wellspring or exemplar of an abstract quality that which something comes from.
HairroteMiddle EnglishnounSomething which generates, creates, or emanates something: / The offspring of a certain individual or nation as a progenitor; a lineage or descent.
HairroteMiddle EnglishnounThe foundation of a tall structure (e.g. a trunk, pole, turret)
HairroteMiddle EnglishnounThe (or a key) foundational or core condition, essence or portion of something.
HairroteMiddle EnglishnounOne who descends from another; a member of an individual's lineage or stock.
HairroteMiddle EnglishnounThe base of a peak or mount; the beginning of an elevation.
HairroteMiddle EnglishnounA protuberance resembling or functioning like a root.
HairroteMiddle EnglishnounThe most inner, central, or deepest part of something.
HairroteMiddle EnglishnounData used for astronomical purposes.astronomy natural-sciencesrare
HairroteMiddle EnglishnounA mathematical root.mathematics sciencesrare
HairroteMiddle EnglishnounTraditional, customary, usual, or habitual behaviour or procedure.uncountable
HairroteMiddle EnglishnounA musical instrument having strings and similar to a harp.
HairroteMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of roten (“to rot”)alt-of alternative
HairroteMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of roten (“to root”)alt-of alternative
HairroteMiddle EnglishadjAlternative form of roten (“rotten”)alt-of alternative
HairroteMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of rotalt-of alternative
HairtrichophiliaEnglishnounA paraphilia in which one is sexually aroused by, or extremely fond of, human hair.lifestyle sexology sexualityuncountable
HairtrichophiliaEnglishnounAny hair-related fetish.lifestyle sexology sexualityuncountable
HappinessbeatitudeEnglishnounSupreme, utmost bliss and happiness.uncountable
HappinessbeatitudeEnglishnounAny one of the Biblical blessings given by Jesus in Matthew 5:3–12. E.g.: "Blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the earth"(Matthew 5:5).
HeadweardickyEnglishnounA louse.colloquial
HeadweardickyEnglishnounDicky dirt = a shirt, meaning a shirt with a collar.Cockney slang
HeadweardickyEnglishnounA detachable shirt front, collar or bib.
HeadweardickyEnglishnounA hat, especially (in the US) a stiff hat or derby, and (in the UK) a straw hat.dated slang
HeadweardickyEnglishnounA seat behind a carriage or early motor car, for a servant.dated
HeadweardickyEnglishnounA seat in a carriage, for the driver.dated
HeadweardickyEnglishnounThe luggage storage compartment of a sedan/saloon style car.South-Asia
HeadweardickyEnglishnounA leather apron for a gig, etc.historical
HeadweardickyEnglishnounA small bird; a dicky-bird.
HeadweardickyEnglishnounAn insignificant sound or thing; dicky-bird.UK idiomatic in negative constructions
HeadweardickyEnglishnounA pilot.government military politics warUK slang
HeadweardickyEnglishnounA hedge sparrow.UK dialectal
HeadweardickyEnglishnounA donkey.UK dialectal
HeadweardickyEnglishnounA haddock.
HeadweardickyEnglishadjdoubtful, troublesome; in poor conditioncolloquial
HeadweardickyEnglishadjlike a dick, foolish or obnoxiousinformal vulgar
HeadwearskullyEnglishnounA knit cap.countable
HeadwearskullyEnglishnounA street game in which players attempt to flick caps into a series of squares drawn on the ground.uncountable
HealthsanusLatinadjsound in body, healthy, whole, welladjective declension-1 declension-2
HealthsanusLatinadjsound in mind, sane, welladjective declension-1 declension-2
HealthsanusLatinadjcorrect, sensible, discreet, sober, chasteadjective declension-1 declension-2 of style
HemipteransmachacaEnglishnounA dish of meat baked, simmered and then dried, originating from north Mexico.uncountable usually
HemipteransmachacaEnglishnounA type of planthopper from Central and South America, taxonomic name Fulgora laternaria
Heraldic chargesportSwedishnouna larger entrance / a door leading into a larger building, e.g. an apartment buildingcommon-gender
Heraldic chargesportSwedishnouna larger entrance / a doorwaycommon-gender
Heraldic chargesportSwedishnouna larger entrance / a gatecommon-gender
Heraldic chargesportSwedishnouna larger entrance / a portalcommon-gender
Heraldic chargesportSwedishnouna port (logical or physical construct in and from which data are transferred)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescommon-gender
Heraldic chargesportSwedishnounClipping of portvin (“port wine”).abbreviation alt-of clipping
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
HerbsfelonwortEnglishnounThe bittersweet nightshade, Solanum dulcamara.uncountable
HerbsfelonwortEnglishnounOther plants traditionally used to treat the type of bacterial infection known as a felon, such as celandineuncountable
HerbshundkäxSwedishnouncow parsley (plant) c,ncommon-gender neuter
HerbshundkäxSwedishnoundog biscuit, dry dog food ncommon-gender neuter
Hindu Jovian yearsसाधारणSanskritadjcommon, ordinary
Hindu Jovian yearsसाधारणSanskritadj"having or resting on the same support or basis", belonging or applicable to many or all, general, common to all, universal, common to (genitive, dative, instrumental with and without सह (saha), or compound)
Hindu Jovian yearsसाधारणSanskritadjlike, equal or similar to (instrumental or compound)
Hindu Jovian yearsसाधारणSanskritadjbehaving alike
Hindu Jovian yearsसाधारणSanskritadjhaving something of two opposite properties, occupying a middle position, mean (between two extremes e.g. "neither too dry nor too wet", "neither too cool nor too hot")
Hindu Jovian yearsसाधारणSanskritadjbelonging to more than the one instance alleged (one of the three divisions of the fallacy called अनैकान्तिक (anaikāntika))human-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciences
Hindu Jovian yearsसाधारणSanskritadjgeneric
Hindu Jovian yearsसाधारणSanskritnounname of the 44th (or 18th) year of Jupiter's cycle of 60 years
Hindu Jovian yearsसाधारणSanskritnouna twig of bamboo (perhaps used as a bolt)
Hindu Jovian yearsसाधारणSanskritnounname of a Nyaya work by गादधर (Gādadhara)
Hindu Jovian yearsसाधारणSanskritnounsomething in common, a league or alliance with (compound)
Hindu Jovian yearsसाधारणSanskritnouna common rule or one generally applicable
Hindu Jovian yearsसाधारणSanskritnouna generic property, a character common to all the individuals of a species or to all the species of a genus etc.
Hindu deitiesکرشنUrduadjblack
Hindu deitiesکرشنUrduadjsomber
Hindu deitiesکرشنUrdunameKrishna
Hindu deitiesکرشنUrdunameA river in southern India
Hinduismमुण्डSanskritnamename of ShivaHinduism
Hinduismमुण्डSanskritnamename of RahuHinduism
Hinduismमुण्डSanskritnamename of a dynastyHinduism
Hinduismमुण्डSanskritnamename of a kingHinduism
Hinduismमुण्डSanskritnamename of a DaityaHinduism
Hinduismमुण्डSanskritnouna man with a shaven head, bald-headed man
Hinduismमुण्डSanskritnounthe trunk of a lopped tree
Hinduismमुण्डSanskritnouna barber
Hinduismमुण्डSanskritnouna shaven head
Hinduismमुण्डSanskritnounany head
Hinduismमुण्डSanskritnouniron
Hinduismमुण्डSanskritnounmyrrh
Hinduismमुण्डSanskritadjshaved, bald, having the head shaved or the hair shorn
Hinduismमुण्डSanskritadjhaving no horns, hornless (as a cow or goat)
Hinduismमुण्डSanskritadjstripped of top leaves or branches, lopped (as a tree)
Hinduismमुण्डSanskritadjpointless, blunt
Hinduismमुण्डSanskritadjwithout awns or a beard
Hinduismमुण्डSanskritadjlow, mean
Historical capitalsIsfahanEnglishnameThe third largest city of Iran, and former capital of Iran (1598–1736).
Historical capitalsIsfahanEnglishnameIsfahan Province, one of 31 provinces in Iran.
Historical eventsHillsboroughEnglishnameA number of places in English-speaking countries: / A town in San Mateo County, California, United States.
Historical eventsHillsboroughEnglishnameA number of places in English-speaking countries: / An unincorporated community in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States. Not to be confused with Hillsboro in Caroline County.
Historical eventsHillsboroughEnglishnameA number of places in English-speaking countries: / A town and census-designated place in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, United States, also spelt Hillsboro.
Historical eventsHillsboroughEnglishnameA number of places in English-speaking countries: / A town in and the county seat of Orange County, North Carolina, United States.
Historical eventsHillsboroughEnglishnameA number of places in English-speaking countries: / A civil parish of Albert County, New Brunswick, Canada.
Historical eventsHillsboroughEnglishnameA number of places in English-speaking countries: / A village in Albert County, New Brunswick, Canada.
Historical eventsHillsboroughEnglishnameA number of places in English-speaking countries: / A rural municipality in Saskatchewan, Canada.
Historical eventsHillsboroughEnglishnameA number of places in English-speaking countries: / The largest town on the island of Carriacou, Grenada.
Historical eventsHillsboroughEnglishnameA number of places in English-speaking countries: / A suburb in the City of Lake Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia.
Historical eventsHillsboroughEnglishnameA number of places in English-speaking countries: / A suburb of Auckland, New Zealand.
Historical eventsHillsboroughEnglishnameA number of places in English-speaking countries: / A suburb of Christchurch, New Zealand.
Historical eventsHillsboroughEnglishnameA number of places in English-speaking countries: / A locality near New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand.
Historical eventsHillsboroughEnglishnameA number of places in English-speaking countries: / A village, townland, and civil parish in County Down, Northern Ireland.
Historical eventsHillsboroughEnglishnameA number of places in English-speaking countries: / A nature reserve at Ilfracombe, Devon, England (OS grid ref SS5347).
Historical eventsHillsboroughEnglishnameA number of places in English-speaking countries: / A suburb in north-west Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England (OS grid ref SK3389). See also football-related senses below.
Historical eventsHillsboroughEnglishnameA major football disaster at the Hillsborough Stadium in Sheffield.Britain
Historical eventsHillsboroughEnglishnamethe home stadium of Sheffield Wednesday Football Clubball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sports
Historical eventsHillsboroughEnglishnameSheffield Wednesday Football Club itself.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sportsbroadly
HistoryajaluguEstoniannounhistory / Consecutive events happened in the past as a whole.
HistoryajaluguEstoniannounhistory / The branch of science describing and studying past events and patterns between them.
HistoryajaluguEstoniannounhistory / A record of actions by a user.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
History of the United KingdomdecimalisationEnglishnounConversion to a decimal system.uncountable usually
History of the United KingdomdecimalisationEnglishnounSpecifically, conversion of the currencies of the United Kingdom and Ireland in 1971 from pounds, shillings and pence to a decimal system in which one pound was worth 100 new pence (later renamed simply pence).uncountable usually
HolidaysRemembrance DayEnglishnameThe Sunday closest to November 11, observed in commemoration of the fallen in the two World Wars.Britain
HolidaysRemembrance DayEnglishnameNovember 11, a federal holiday observed in commemoration of the fallen in the two World Wars and the Korean War.Canada
Home appliancesovenEnglishnounA chamber used for baking or heating.
Home appliancesovenEnglishnounA very hot place.colloquial
Home appliancesovenEnglishverbTo cook in an ovencolloquial informal transitive
HoneyeatersleatherheadEnglishnounThe friarbird.
HoneyeatersleatherheadEnglishnounA city watchman who wore a leather helmet.obsolete slang
HorsescourserMiddle EnglishnounA charger (large horse for battle)
HorsescourserMiddle EnglishnounAny stallion; any horse.broadly
HorseshepoFinnishnounhorsepoetic
HorseshepoFinnishnounheroincolloquial
HorsesmountureMiddle EnglishnounA mount; a mounture.rare
HorsesmountureMiddle EnglishnounA podium or support for mounting.rare
HorsesسوارPersiannounhorseman, rider
HorsesسوارPersiannouncavalryman
HorticulturegumnyškoLower SorbiannounDiminutive of gumnodiminutive form-of neuter
HorticulturegumnyškoLower Sorbiannounallotment (plot of land rented from the council for growing fruit and vegetables)neuter
HorticultureheggenMiddle EnglishverbTo hedge; to place hedges or barriers along a boundary.
HorticultureheggenMiddle EnglishverbTo make boundaries or fences.
HorticultureheggenMiddle EnglishverbTo shore up a fortification.rare
HorticulturelawnmowerEnglishnounA device used for cutting grass to a chosen height, typically of landscaped lawns of residences or institutions.
HorticulturelawnmowerEnglishnounA person who landscapes and in particular mows lawns.
HorticulturelawnmowerEnglishnounA dance move in which the dancer mimics using a petrol lawn mower by pulling the starter cord and then pushing the mower forwards to the beat of the music.
HousinghospitelerMiddle EnglishnounA member of the Knights Hospitallers.
HousinghospitelerMiddle EnglishnounAn administrator or supervisor of lodgings.Late-Middle-English
HousinghospitelerMiddle EnglishnounA person who displays hospitality.Late-Middle-English rare
Human behaviourgovernenMiddle EnglishverbTo lead a group or mass of people; to direct: / To exercise political authority over; to govern.
Human behaviourgovernenMiddle EnglishverbTo lead a group or mass of people; to direct: / To supervise; to lead while monitoring.
Human behaviourgovernenMiddle EnglishverbTo direct an individual or thing directly: / To affect a body part or bodily system.medicine physiology sciences
Human behaviourgovernenMiddle EnglishverbTo direct an individual or thing directly: / To keep under constraint; to limit (often reflexive)
Human behaviourgovernenMiddle EnglishverbTo display or engage in certain behaviours or actions.
Human behaviourgovernenMiddle EnglishverbTo operate a device or machine (especially a boat)
Human behaviourgovernenMiddle EnglishverbTo affect or influence (usually used of abstractions)
Human behaviourgovernenMiddle EnglishverbTo undergo a course of treatment, restoration, or curing.
Human behaviourgovernenMiddle EnglishverbTo depend upon or govern (a part of speech)grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
Human behaviourgovernenMiddle EnglishverbTo influence or affect an individual or thing directly.rare
Human behaviourmutabiliteMiddle Englishnounmutability, changeabilityLate-Middle-English uncountable
Human behaviourmutabiliteMiddle Englishnounvariability, inconsistencyLate-Middle-English uncountable
Human behaviourmutabiliteMiddle Englishnouninsincerity, dissemblingLate-Middle-English uncountable
HuntingvenisounMiddle EnglishnounOne's quarry or prey; the animal that one is hunting, especially deer.
HuntingvenisounMiddle EnglishnounThe meat of game, especially venison.
Hygienefood-gradeEnglishadjSuitable for human or animal food.not-comparable
Hygienefood-gradeEnglishadjPermitted to be used with or to contact food; safe for use with or around food.not-comparable
HygienelavenderMiddle EnglishnounA washer; one (especially a woman) who washes clothes.
HygienelavenderMiddle EnglishnounA woman employed in prostitution or who has loose morals.euphemistic
HygienelavenderMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of lavendrealt-of alternative
Hygienesqueaky cleanEnglishadjVery clean.not-comparable
Hygienesqueaky cleanEnglishadjBeyond reproach, honest.not-comparable
HyraxesconyEnglishnounA rabbit, especially the European rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus (formerly known as Lepus cuniculus).
HyraxesconyEnglishnounRabbit fur.UK dialectal
HyraxesconyEnglishnounLocally for other rabbit-like or hyrax-like animals, such as the Cape hyrax (das, dassie) or the pika (Ochotona princeps, formerly Lagomys princeps).
HyraxesconyEnglishnounLocally for other rabbit-like or hyrax-like animals, such as the Cape hyrax (das, dassie) or the pika (Ochotona princeps, formerly Lagomys princeps). / Used in the Old Testament as a translation of Hebrew שָׁפָן (shafán), thought to be the rock hyrax (Procavia capensis, syn. Hyrax syriacus).
HyraxesconyEnglishnounA simpleton; one who may be taken in by a cony-catcher.obsolete
HyraxesconyEnglishnounAn edible West Indian fish, a grouper given in different sources as: Epinephelus apua, the hind of Bermuda; nigger-fish, Epinephelus punctatus; Cephalopholis fulva.
HyraxesconyEnglishnounSeveral species of tropical west Atlantic groupers of family Epinephelidae, such as the mutton hamlet, graysby, Cuban coney, and rooster hind.
HyraxesconyEnglishnounThe burbot.UK dialectal
HyraxesconyEnglishnounA woman; a sweetheart.obsolete
IcteridschanateEnglishnouna kind of bird / great-tailed grackle (Quiscalus mexicanus)
IcteridschanateEnglishnouna kind of bird / red-winged blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus)
IcteridschanateEnglishnouna kind of bird
IcteridschanateEnglishnounblack personderogatory slang
IcteridschanateEnglishnouncoffeeslang
IcteridschanateEnglishnouna kind of tree (Colophospermum mopane)uncountable
IcteridschanateEnglishnounObsolete spelling of khanatealt-of obsolete
Incel communityBeckyEnglishnameA diminutive of the female given name Rebecca.
Incel communityBeckyEnglishnounA (usually white) woman held in contempt by the speaker because she is basic or unaware of, or is taking advantage of, her social privilege (white privilege).US colloquial derogatory
Incel communityBeckyEnglishnounAn average-looking woman.derogatory
IndiaIndo-EnglishprefixIndia.morpheme
IndiaIndo-EnglishprefixThe East Indies.morpheme
IndiaIndo-EnglishprefixIndo-European.morpheme
IndiaSaidpurEnglishnameA city in the Rajshahi Division of Bangladesh.
IndiaSaidpurEnglishnameA settlement in the Barisal Division of Bangladesh.
IndiaSaidpurEnglishnameA village in Sultanpur Lodhi, District Kapurthala, Punjab.
IndiaSaidpurEnglishnameA village in Agra, Uttar Pradesh.
IndiaSaidpurEnglishnameA town in Ghazipur, Uttar Pradesh.
IndiaSaidpurEnglishnameA town in Badaun, Uttar Pradesh.
IndiaSaidpurEnglishnameA town in Islamabad, Pakistan.
IndividualsGaloisEnglishnameA surname from French.
IndividualsGaloisEnglishnameFrench mathematician Évariste Galois
IndividualsJudasEnglishnameOne of the twelve original Apostles of Jesus, known for his role in Jesus' betrayal into the hands of Roman authorities.biblical lifestyle religion
IndividualsJudasEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew.
IndividualsJudasEnglishnameAlternative form of Jude, the penultimate book of the Bible and its ascribed author, Jude the Apostle.biblical lifestyle religionalt-of alternative archaic
IndividualsJudasEnglishnounA traitor; a person not to be trusted.
IndividualsJudasEnglishnounShort for Judas-hole (“small hole for spying”).abbreviation alt-of
IndividualsJudasEnglishintjJesus! (an exclamation used to express shock or surprise at something negative)archaic
IndividualsMcCartneyEnglishnameA surname from Irish, notably of Sir Paul McCartney (b. 1942), one of the Beatles
IndividualsMcCartneyEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Waterloo, Grant County, Wisconsin, United States.
IndividualsPaulusSwedishnamePaul (biblical character).common-gender
IndividualsPaulusSwedishnamea male given name, rare in this formcommon-gender
IndividualsWordsworthEnglishnameA habitational surname from Old English.countable uncountable
IndividualsWordsworthEnglishnameWilliam Wordsworth (1770 – 1850), a major English romantic poet.countable uncountable
IndividualsՀոմերոսArmeniannameHomer (Ancient Greek poet)
IndividualsՀոմերոսArmeniannamea male given name, Homeros
IndonesiaJavanEnglishadjPertaining to, or from, the island of Javanot-comparable
IndonesiaJavanEnglishadjBelonging to, or descended from, its Javanese main people and its culturenot-comparable
IndonesiaJavanEnglishnounAn inhabitant of the Indonesian island Java
IndonesiaJavanEnglishnounA member or descendant of Java's main, Javanese ethno-linguistic group, by far the largest in Indonesia
IndonesiaJavanEnglishnamethe fourth son of Japhethbiblical lifestyle religion
InsectsgryłłVilamoviannouncricket (insect of the family Gryllidae)feminine
InsectsgryłłVilamoviannounhobbyarchaic feminine
InsectsgʘkxʻóõǃXóõnouncommon fly (insect)class-1 tone-1
InsectsgʘkxʻóõǃXóõnounspecies of plant (Crotalaria spartioides); the root adds toxicity to arrow poison and is also given to a listless dog on the hunt to perk it upclass-1 tone-1
InsectsmatuesMi'kmaqnounporcupineanimate
InsectsmatuesMi'kmaqnounfurry brown caterpillaranimate
InsectsskudraLatviannoungenitive singular of skudrsdialectal form-of genitive masculine singular
InsectsskudraLatviannounant (many species of insects from the family Formicidae, usually forming big colonies)declension-4 feminine
InsectsсиңерткәBashkirnoungrasshopper
InsectsсиңерткәBashkirnouncricket (insect)
InternetnetIcelandicnounnetneuter
InternetnetIcelandicnounnetworkcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesneuter
InternetnetIcelandicnounthe Internetcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesdefinite neuter usually
IslamадалKazakhadjpermitted, allowed (by Sharia)
IslamадалKazakhadjfair, honest
IslamадалKazakhadjreliable
IslamадалKazakhadjqualified
IslamадалKazakhadjclean, pure, saintly
IslamадалKazakhadjsanctified
IslamismGhazwa-e-HindEnglishnameA prophecy in some hadiths where an Islamic army invades and conquers the Indian subcontinent, as part of the events leading to the eventual apocalypse.Islam lifestyle religion
IslamismGhazwa-e-HindEnglishnameAlleged attempts by Islamist groups to conquer India.government politicsSouth-Asia
IslamismIslamismEnglishnounThe religion of Muslims; Islam.countable uncountable
IslamismIslamismEnglishnounA popular reform movement advocating the reordering of government and society in accordance with laws prescribed by Islam.countable uncountable
IslamismIslamismEnglishnounIslamic fundamentalism, especially the forms that promote violence, hostility, and persecution of non-believers.broadly countable uncountable
IsraelizraēlietisLatviannounIsraeli, a man from the country of Israeldeclension-2 masculine
IsraelizraēlietisLatviannounIsraeli; pertaining to Israel and its peopledeclension-2 genitive masculine plural
ItalyitālisLatviannounItalic; a member of the ancient Italic peoples of primitive Italydeclension-2 masculine
ItalyitālisLatviannounItalian (i.e., a man born in Italy)declension-2 masculine
ItalyitālisLatviannounItalian; pertaining to Italy and its peopledeclension-2 genitive masculine plural
JackfishbadlonCebuanonounIndian threadfish (Alectis indica)
JackfishbadlonCebuanonoungolden trevally (Gnathanodon speciosus)
JackfishbulingitCebuanoadjuntidy; dirty; slovenly
JackfishbulingitCebuanoadjsoiled
JackfishbulingitCebuanonounthe black jack (Caranx lugubris)
JackfishkingfishEnglishnounAny of several food fishes of the genus Menticirrhus from the Atlantic; kingcroakers.
JackfishkingfishEnglishnounOther Atlantic fish / opah (Lampris guttatus), of the United Kingdom
JackfishkingfishEnglishnounOther Atlantic fish / white croaker (Genyonemus lineatus), of the United Kingdom
JackfishkingfishEnglishnounOther Atlantic fish / wahoo (Acanthocybium solandri), of Barbados
JackfishkingfishEnglishnounOther Atlantic fish / king mackerel (Scomberomorus cavalla)
JackfishkingfishEnglishnounAny of several similar fishes of the Pacific. / narrow-barred Spanish mackerel (Scomberomorus commerson) of Australia
JackfishkingfishEnglishnounAny of several similar fishes of the Pacific. / Japanese meagre (Argyrosomus japonicus) of Australia
JackfishkingfishEnglishnounAny of several similar fishes of the Pacific. / yellowtail amberjack (Seriola lalandi) of Australia and New Zealand
JackfishkingfishEnglishnounAny of several similar fishes of the Pacific. / silver gemfish (Rexea solandri) of Australia
JackfishkingfishEnglishnounFish of genus Caranx / crevalle jack (Caranx hippos) of Mauritania
JackfishkingfishEnglishnounFish of genus Caranx / giant trevally or travelli (Caranx ignobilis) of South Africa
JackfishkingfishEnglishnounCobia (Rachycentron canadum), of warm waters globally.
JackfishtomcodEnglishnounAny of species Microgadus tomcod, of edible cod found in the Atlantic.
JackfishtomcodEnglishnounAny of species Microgadus proximus, found in the Pacific.
JackfishtomcodEnglishnounAny of species Menticirrhus saxatilis (syn. Menticirrhus nebulosus) of kingfishes
JackfishtomcodEnglishnounAny of species Sebastodes paucispinis of jacks.
Japanese fictioncatgirlEnglishnounA female fictional character who has a cat's ears, tail, or other feline characteristics on an otherwise humanoid body.
Japanese fictioncatgirlEnglishnounA girl or woman who wears a cat costume.
Japanese male given namesじゅうぞうJapanesename十三: a male given name
Japanese male given namesじゅうぞうJapanesename重蔵: a male given name
Japanese numeral symbolsJapanesecharacterborderHyōgai kanji uncommon
Japanese numeral symbolsJapanesecharacterboundaryHyōgai kanji uncommon
Japanese numeral symbolsJapanesecharacterstaircaseHyōgai kanji uncommon
Japanese numeral symbolsJapanesecharacterhundred quintillionHyōgai kanji uncommon
Japanese numeral symbolsJapanesenumA number of 10²⁰ in modern Japanese since 17th century.
Japanese numeral symbolsJapanesecharacterJinmeiyō kanji no-gloss shinjitai
Japanese numeral symbolsJapanesenumA number of 10²⁸ in modern Japanese since 17th century.number
Japanese numeral symbolsJapanesenamea male given name
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
JewelryܟܬܒܘܢܐClassical Syriacnounbooklet, pamphlet
JewelryܟܬܒܘܢܐClassical Syriacnounamulet
KnittingknittingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of knitform-of gerund participle present
KnittingknittingEnglishnounThe action of the verb to knit; the process of producing knitted material.countable uncountable
KnittingknittingEnglishnounMaterial that has been, or is being knitted.countable uncountable
KnittingknittingEnglishnounoverhead electrification wires, OHLErail-transport railways transportUK countable informal uncountable
LGBTAchilleanEnglishadjResembling or relating to Achilles, the hero of the Iliad. / Invincible with only one small weakness (an Achilles heel), which becomes one's downfall.
LGBTAchilleanEnglishadjResembling or relating to Achilles, the hero of the Iliad. / Guided by emotional motives, especially rage, rather than reason.
LGBTAchilleanEnglishadjResembling or relating to Achilles, the hero of the Iliad.
LGBTAchilleanEnglishadjOf or relating to Achilles Tatius, a Roman-era Greek writer.
LGBTAchilleanEnglishadjPertaining to the Achilles tendon.
LGBTAchilleanEnglishadjOf or relating to sexual or romantic intimacy between men, supposedly in the style of Achilles' relationship with Patroclus.
LGBTAchilleanEnglishnounA fighter on the side of Achilles in the Trojan war; an Achaean.
LGBTnellyEnglishnounA person's life.Cockney slang
LGBTnellyEnglishnounAn effeminate homosexual man.derogatory slang
LGBTnellyEnglishnounA silly person.Britain slang
LGBTnellyEnglishnounA giant petrel, Macronectes giganteus and Macronectes halli.
LGBTnellyEnglishadjUnmanly; effeminate.slang
Lacrossebody checkEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see body, check.
Lacrossebody checkEnglishnounA move in ice hockey or lacrosse in which a player impedes another with his bodyhobbies lifestyle sports
Lacrossebody checkEnglishnounA general health checkup performed by a medical practitioner.Hong-Kong
Lacrossebody checkEnglishverbTo perform a body check on someone.hobbies lifestyle sports
Ladin cardinal numbersnonantenuefLadinadjninety-nine
Ladin cardinal numbersnonantenuefLadinnounninety-ninemasculine uncountable
Ladin cardinal numbersvintenuefLadinadjtwenty-nine
Ladin cardinal numbersvintenuefLadinnountwenty-ninemasculine uncountable
LagomorphsjäniseläinFinnishnounAny species in the taxonomic suborder Lagomorpha (rabbits, hares and pikas).
LagomorphsjäniseläinFinnishnounIn plural (jäniseläimet), the taxonomic suborder Lagomorpha.
LagomorphskaniFinnishnounrabbit, cony, coney
LagomorphskaniFinnishnounpawnshopcolloquial
Lamioideae subfamily plantsdaggaEnglishnounIndian hemp, Cannabis sativa subsp. indica, or a similar plant of the species Leonotis leonurus.South-Africa Zimbabwe countable uncountable
Lamioideae subfamily plantsdaggaEnglishnounCement.South-Africa uncountable
LandformsspitEnglishnounA thin metal or wooden rod on which meat is skewered for cooking, often over a fire.
LandformsspitEnglishnounA generally low, narrow, pointed, usually sandy peninsula.
LandformsspitEnglishverbTo impale on a spit; to pierce with a sharp object.transitive
LandformsspitEnglishverbTo use a spit to cook; to attend to food that is cooking on a spit.transitive
LandformsspitEnglishverbTo evacuate (saliva or another substance) from the mouth, etc.intransitive transitive
LandformsspitEnglishverbTo emit or expel in a manner similar to evacuating saliva from the mouth.intransitive transitive
LandformsspitEnglishverbTo rain or snow slightly.impersonal
LandformsspitEnglishverbTo utter (something) violently.intransitive transitive
LandformsspitEnglishverbTo make a spitting sound, like an angry cat.intransitive
LandformsspitEnglishverbTo rap, to utter.dancing hip-hop hobbies lifestyle sportsslang transitive
LandformsspitEnglishverb(in the form spitting) To spit facts; to tell the truth.humorous intransitive slang
LandformsspitEnglishnounSaliva, especially when expectorated.uncountable
LandformsspitEnglishnounAn instance of spitting; specifically, a light fall of rain or snow.countable
LandformsspitEnglishnounA person who exactly resembles someone else (usually in set phrases; see spitting image).countable uncountable
LandformsspitEnglishnounSynonym of slam (“card game”)uncountable
LandformsspitEnglishnounThe depth to which the blade of a spade goes into the soil when it is used for digging; a layer of soil of the depth of a spade's blade.
LandformsspitEnglishnounThe amount of soil that a spade holds; a spadeful.
LandformsspitEnglishverbTo dig (something) using a spade; also, to turn (the soil) using a plough.dialectal transitive
LandformsspitEnglishverbTo plant (something) using a spade.dialectal transitive
LandformsspitEnglishverbTo dig, to spade.dialectal intransitive
LandformsتنگهPersiannounstrait
LandformsتنگهPersiannouna piece of gold or silverarchaic
LandformsتنگهPersiannountenge (currency)
Language familiesAymaranEnglishadjOf or relating to the Aymara people or their language.
Language familiesAymaranEnglishnameThe family of languages spoken by the Aymara.
LanguagesAmoyEnglishnameXiamen, a prefecture-level city and subprovincial city in Fujian, in southeastern China.dated
LanguagesAmoyEnglishnameThe Jiulong River, a large river in southern Fujian, China.
LanguagesAmoyEnglishnamethe Amoy lect
LanguagesBahnarEnglishnameA people in the Central Highlands of Vietnam.
LanguagesBahnarEnglishnameThe Bahnaric language spoken by this people.
LanguagesBongoEnglishnameA Central Sudanic language spoken by the Bongo people in sparsely populated areas of Bahr al Ghazal in South Sudan.
LanguagesBongoEnglishnounAn ethnic group living at the eastern side of the Albert Nile River in northwestern Uganda and in neighbouring South Sudan in small, scattered settlements south and east of Wau.plural plural-only
LanguagesBongoEnglishnounAn agricultural people of Gabon in equatorial Africa.plural plural-only
LanguagesBritishEnglishnounThe residents or inhabitants of Great Britain.plural plural-only usually with-definite-article
LanguagesBritishEnglishnounThe citizens or inhabitants of the United Kingdom.plural plural-only usually with-definite-article
LanguagesBritishEnglishnounThe ancient inhabitants of the southern part of Britain before the Anglo-Saxon invasion.history human-sciences sciencesplural plural-only usually with-definite-article
LanguagesBritishEnglishnameThe Celtic language of the ancient Britons; Common Brittonic.
LanguagesBritishEnglishnameSynonym of Welsh: the Welsh people.obsolete
LanguagesBritishEnglishnameThe British English language.US
LanguagesBritishEnglishadjOf Britain.
LanguagesBritishEnglishadjOf the United Kingdom.
LanguagesBritishEnglishadjOf the Commonwealth of Nations, or the British Empire.
LanguagesBritishEnglishadjOf the ancient inhabitants of the southern part of Britain; Brythonic.historical
LanguagesBritishEnglishadjOf the British Isles.historical
LanguagesBritishEnglishadjOf British English.
LanguagesCarEnglishnameThe most widespread of the Nicobarese languages spoken in the Nicobar Islands of India (ISO 839-3 code "caq").
LanguagesCarEnglishnameA surname.
LanguagesDeoriEnglishnounOne of the major ethnic groups of northeast India, found especially in the plain areas of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh.plural plural-only
LanguagesDeoriEnglishnameTheir language.
LanguagesEast Central GermanEnglishnameOne of two major subgroups of the Central German dialects; spoken primarily in the German states of Thuringia, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Brandenburg, and Berlin, and until 1945 in large parts of what is now western and southern Poland; distinguished from West Central German by the shift of pre-Old High German initial *p- to pf- (now usually f-).
LanguagesEast Central GermanEnglishadjof or pertaining to the East Central German dialectsnot-comparable
LanguagesGwich'inEnglishnounAn ethnic group native to the northern Yukon Territory and adjacent parts of Alaska.plural plural-only
LanguagesGwich'inEnglishnameThe Athabaskan language of this people.
LanguagesJakunEnglishnounAn ethnic group of the Malay Peninsula in Malaysia.plural plural-only
LanguagesJakunEnglishnameTheir Austronesian language.
LanguagesKambojiEnglishnameA raga, believed to have originated in Kamboja.
LanguagesKambojiEnglishnameThe language of ancient Kamboja, or the script in which it was written.
LanguagesMarwariEnglishnounAny of an Indian ethnic group originating from the Rajasthan region of India.
LanguagesMarwariEnglishnameA macrolanguage of India and Eastern Pakistan, descended from Rajasthani.
LanguagesNooksackEnglishnounA member of a Native American tribe near the Pacific Northwest Coast.
LanguagesNooksackEnglishnameThe language of this tribe.
LanguagesNornEnglishnounAny of the three goddesses of fate or destiny.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesNorse
LanguagesNornEnglishnameAn extinct North Germanic language once spoken on the Shetland and Orkney Islands.
LanguagesNyakyusaEnglishnouna people of Tanzania and Malawiplural plural-only
LanguagesNyakyusaEnglishnamethe Bantu language of this people
LanguagesPaelignianEnglishnameThe ancient language of the Paeligni.
LanguagesPaelignianEnglishnounA member of the Paeligni.
LanguagesSeriEnglishnounA member of an indigenous group of Sonora, Mexico.
LanguagesSeriEnglishnameThe language of this group.
LanguagesSeriEnglishadjOf the Seris or their language.
LanguagesSiouxEnglishnameVarious formerly nomadic Native American tribes of the North American Great Plains.plural plural-only
LanguagesSiouxEnglishnameA member of the Sioux tribe.
LanguagesSiouxEnglishnameThe group of languages spoken by the Sioux.
LanguagesSlovakEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to Slovakia, the Slovak people or the Slovak language.not-comparable
LanguagesSlovakEnglishnounA person from Slovakia or of Slovak descent.countable
LanguagesSlovakEnglishnounThe Slavic language of Slovakia.uncountable
LanguagesYuchiEnglishnounAny of a Native American tribe from the eastern Tennessee River valley, nowadays found mostly in northeastern Oklahoma.
LanguagesYuchiEnglishnameThe language isolate spoken by this tribe.
LanguagesbulgariskaSwedishadjinflection of bulgarisk: ## definite singular ## plural / definite singulardefinite form-of singular
LanguagesbulgariskaSwedishadjinflection of bulgarisk: ## definite singular ## plural / pluralform-of plural
LanguagesbulgariskaSwedishnouna female from Bulgariacommon-gender
LanguagesbulgariskaSwedishnounBulgarian; language spoken in Bulgariacommon-gender uncountable
LanguagesdanskDanishadjDanish (of or pertaining to Denmark)
LanguagesdanskDanishnounthe Danish languageneuter
LanguagesdanskDanishnounDanecommon-gender in-plural
LanguagesdanskDanishnoun(archaic or with (often ironic) nationalist overtones) the Danish people / the Danish peoplecommon-gender
LanguagesdanskaSwedishadjinflection of dansk: ## definite singular ## plural / definite singulardefinite form-of singular
LanguagesdanskaSwedishadjinflection of dansk: ## definite singular ## plural / pluralform-of plural
LanguagesdanskaSwedishnounDanish language.common-gender uncountable
LanguagesdanskaSwedishnounFemale Dane.common-gender countable
LanguagesengelskNorwegian NynorskadjEnglish, someone or something from England, sometimes used instead of britisk (someone or something from Great Britain).
LanguagesengelskNorwegian NynorsknounEnglish, the language.masculine uncountable
LanguagesengelskNorwegian NynorsknounEnglish, school subject, English homeworkmasculine uncountable
LanguagesgæliskNorwegian BokmåladjGaelic (relating to the Goidelic group of Celtic languages, the users of these languages and their culture)
LanguagesgæliskNorwegian BokmålnounGaelic (a Celtic language)masculine uncountable
LanguagesnederlandskNorwegian Nynorskadjof the Netherlands; Dutchrelational
LanguagesnederlandskNorwegian NynorsknounDutch (language)masculine uncountable
LanguagesskottiFinnishnounScot (person)
LanguagesskottiFinnishnounScots, Lallans (Germanic language based on Middle English, spoken in Southern parts of Scotland, the Lowlands)
LanguagesskottiFinnishnounScottie, Scottish terrier
LanguagestibetanskaSwedishadjinflection of tibetansk: ## definite singular ## plural / definite singulardefinite form-of singular
LanguagestibetanskaSwedishadjinflection of tibetansk: ## definite singular ## plural / pluralform-of plural
LanguagestibetanskaSwedishnounTibetan (a language)common-gender
LanguagesعربیPersiannameArabic
LanguagesعربیPersianadjArabic
LanguagesعربیPersianadjArab
LanguagesعربیPersianadjArabian
LanguagesआसामीMarathiadjAssamese, of Assam (an Indian state)indeclinable
LanguagesआसामीMarathinameAssamese language
Languagesకన్నడTelugunamethe Kannada language
Languagesకన్నడTeluguadjof or relating to Karnataka or Kannadiga people
Languagesకన్నడTelugunoundisregard, neglect, contempt
Languagesగ్రీకుTelugunounAn inhabitant, resident, or a person of descent from Greece.
Languagesగ్రీకుTelugunameThe language of the Greek people.
Languagesగ్రీకుTeluguadjOf or relating to Greece, the Greek people, or the Greek language.
Languagesఫ్రెంచిTelugunameFrench language.
Languagesఫ్రెంచిTelugunamea surname
Languagesఫ్రెంచిTeluguadjOf or relating to France.
Latin nomina gentiliaAsiniusLatinnamea 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 gentiliaAsiniusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Gaius Asinius Pollio, a Roman poet and oratordeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaAsiniusLatinadjof or pertaining to the gens Asinia.adjective declension-1 declension-2
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 gentiliaCrassitiusLatinnamea 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 gentiliaCrassitiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Lucius Crassitius, a Roman grammariandeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaDigitiusLatinnamea 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 gentiliaDigitiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Sextus Digitius, a Roman tribunedeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaHeriusLatinnamea 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 gentiliaHeriusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Herius Asinius, a soldier of the Marrucinideclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaHeriusLatinnameA river of Gallia Lugdunensis mentioned by Ptolemy, maybe the Vilainedeclension-2
Latin nomina gentiliaMessiusLatinnamea 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 gentiliaMessiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Arusianus Messius, a Roman grammariandeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaOclatiusLatinnamea 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 gentiliaOclatiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Gaius Oclatius Modestus, a Roman quaestordeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaPapiriusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held bydeclension-2
Latin nomina gentiliaPapiriusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Lucius Papirius Cursor, a Roman generaldeclension-2
Latin nomina gentiliaPapiriusLatinadjof or pertaining to the gens Papiria.adjective declension-1 declension-2
Latin nomina gentiliaVasiusLatinnamea 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 gentiliaVasiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Titus Vasius, one of the conspirator against Quintus Cassius Longinusdeclension-2 masculine singular
LawadjudicateEnglishverbTo settle a legal case or other dispute.
LawadjudicateEnglishverbTo act as a judge.
LawadjudicateEnglishverbTo seize, or convey, a debtor's estate as security.lawScotland
LawaskyngeMiddle EnglishnounThe act of asking; query or inquiry: / Asking for a boon, favour, or reward; supplication.
LawaskyngeMiddle EnglishnounThe act of asking; query or inquiry: / Asking for something in prayer; supplication of a divinity.
LawaskyngeMiddle EnglishnounThe act of asking; query or inquiry: / Repeated questioning or asking.rare
LawaskyngeMiddle EnglishnounThe taking of a legal action; litigation or a legal case.
LawaskyngeMiddle EnglishnounA command or requirement; the act of demanding.
LawaskyngeMiddle EnglishnounAn excessive or forcible exaction.rare
LawaskyngeMiddle EnglishnounA charge or tariff on goods.rare
LawaskyngeMiddle EnglishnounThe placing of criminal charges upon someone..rare
LawassayMiddle EnglishnounExamining; investigation, looking into, research: / Trialling, assaying; the ensuring of quality (usually of a substance, but also of a document)
LawassayMiddle EnglishnounExamining; investigation, looking into, research: / The trial or testing of one's personality or personal qualities.
LawassayMiddle EnglishnounExamining; investigation, looking into, research: / An attack (as a trial of one's mettle or ability on the battlefield)
LawassayMiddle EnglishnounExamining; investigation, looking into, research: / The trialling of comestibles or nourishments (mostly in ceremony)
LawassayMiddle EnglishnounA try or effort towards something.
LawassayMiddle EnglishnounFacts in support in assertion; evidence.rare
LawassayMiddle EnglishnounOne's personality; the nature of something or someone.rare
LawassayMiddle EnglishnounA deed, action or doing; an endeavour or business.rare
LawassayMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of assayenalt-of alternative
LawpollicitationEnglishnounA voluntary engagement, or a paper containing it; a promise.
LawpollicitationEnglishnounA promise without mutuality; a promise which has not been accepted by the person to whom it is made.lawRoman
LeftismmulticulturalismEnglishnounThe characteristics of an organization, society, city etc. which has many different ethnic or national cultures mingling freely; political or social policies which support or encourage such coexistence.countable uncountable
LeftismmulticulturalismEnglishnounthe cultural Marxism conspiracy theory.countable derogatory uncountable
LeftismpraxisEnglishnounThe practical application of any branch of learning.countable uncountable
LeftismpraxisEnglishnounThe deliberate action of a rational being.broadcasting drama dramaturgy entertainment film lifestyle media television theatercountable uncountable
LeftismpraxisEnglishnounThe synthesis of theory and practice, without presuming the primacy of either.human-sciences philosophy sciencescountable uncountable
LeftismpraxisEnglishnounCustom or established practice.countable uncountable
LeftismpraxisEnglishnounAn example or form of exercise, or a collection of such examples, for practice.countable uncountable
Legumesprairie cloverEnglishnounA genus, Dalea, in the family Fabaceae.uncountable
Legumesprairie cloverEnglishnounA species in that genus.countable
Legumesprairie cloverEnglishnounA plant of that genus.countable
Leuciscine fishchevenEnglishnounA river fish, the chub.archaic dialectal
Leuciscine fishchevenEnglishverbTo do the work of a chevener, embroidering hosiery.
LiberalismliberalEnglishadjPertaining to those arts and sciences the study of which is considered to provide general knowledge, as opposed to vocational/occupational, technical or mechanical training.
LiberalismliberalEnglishadjGenerous; permitting liberty; willing to give unsparingly.
LiberalismliberalEnglishadjAmple, abundant; generous in quantity.
LiberalismliberalEnglishadjUnrestrained, licentious.obsolete
LiberalismliberalEnglishadjWidely open to new ideas, willing to depart from established opinions or conventions; permissive.
LiberalismliberalEnglishadjOpen to political or social changes and reforms associated with either classical or modern liberalism.government politics
LiberalismliberalEnglishnounOne with liberal views, supporting individual liberty (see Wikipedia's article on Liberalism).
LiberalismliberalEnglishnounSomeone with progressive or left-wing views; one with a left-wing ideology.government politicsUS
LiberalismliberalEnglishnounA supporter of any of several liberal parties.
LiberalismliberalEnglishnounOne who favors individual voting rights, human and civil rights, and laissez-faire markets (also called "classical liberal"; compare libertarian).government politicsUK
LiberalismliberalEnglishnounA conservative, especially a liberal conservative.government politicsAustralian
LibertarianismproprietarianismEnglishnounA belief that property is an absolute right, sometimes to the extreme of considering it to overrule the human rights of others.uncountable
LibertarianismproprietarianismEnglishnounAdvocacy of proprietary colonies and proprietary government in colonial America.historical uncountable
LibertarianismproprietarianismEnglishnounA philosophy and belief that very small businesses are generally more humane than large corporations.uncountable
LightontstekenDutchverbto kindle
LightontstekenDutchverbto turn on (a light)
LightontstekenDutchverbto inflame (to put in a state of inflammation)
LightshaftEnglishnounThe entire body of a long weapon, such as an arrow.obsolete
LightshaftEnglishnounThe long, narrow, central body of a spear, arrow, or javelin.
LightshaftEnglishnounAnything cast or thrown as a spear or javelin.broadly
LightshaftEnglishnounAny long thin object, such as the handle of a tool, one of the poles between which an animal is harnessed to a vehicle, the driveshaft of a motorized vehicle with rear-wheel drive, an axle, etc.
LightshaftEnglishnounA beam or ray of light.
LightshaftEnglishnounThe main axis of a feather.
LightshaftEnglishnounThe long narrow body of a lacrosse stick.ball-games games hobbies lacrosse lifestyle sports
LightshaftEnglishnounA vertical or inclined passage sunk into the earth as part of a mine
LightshaftEnglishnounA vertical passage housing a lift or elevator; a liftshaft.
LightshaftEnglishnounA ventilation or heating conduit; an air duct.
LightshaftEnglishnounAny column or pillar, particularly the body of a column between its capital and pedestal.architecture
LightshaftEnglishnounThe main cylindrical part of the penis.
LightshaftEnglishnounThe chamber of a blast furnace.
LightshaftEnglishnounA relatively small area of precipitation that an onlook can discern from the dry surrounding area.climatology meteorology natural-sciences
LightshaftEnglishverbTo fuck over; to cause harm to, especially through deceit or treachery.slang transitive
LightshaftEnglishverbTo equip with a shaft.transitive
LightshaftEnglishverbTo fuck; to have sexual intercourse with.slang transitive
Light sourceslanternaLatinnounlantern, lampdeclension-1 feminine
Light sourceslanternaLatinnountorchdeclension-1 feminine
Liliales order plantsbellwortEnglishnounAny of several perennial plants, of the genus Uvularia, that have yellow, bell-shaped flowers.uncountable usually
Liliales order plantsbellwortEnglishnounAny of various plants in the Campanulaceae family.uncountable usually
LiquidsconcentratedEnglishadjNot dilute; having a high concentration.
LiquidsconcentratedEnglishadjIntense; directed towards a specific location.
LiquidsconcentratedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of concentrateform-of participle past
LiquidsdrinkEnglishverbTo consume (a liquid) through the mouth.intransitive transitive
LiquidsdrinkEnglishverbTo consume the liquid contained within (a bottle, glass, etc.).metonymically transitive
LiquidsdrinkEnglishverbTo consume alcoholic beverages.intransitive
LiquidsdrinkEnglishverbTo take in (a liquid), in any manner; to suck up; to absorb; to imbibe.transitive
LiquidsdrinkEnglishverbTo take in; to receive within one, through the senses; to inhale; to hear; to see.transitive
LiquidsdrinkEnglishverbTo smoke, as tobacco.obsolete transitive
LiquidsdrinkEnglishnounA beverage.countable uncountable
LiquidsdrinkEnglishnounDrinks in general; something to drink.uncountable
LiquidsdrinkEnglishnounA type of beverage (usually mixed).countable uncountable
LiquidsdrinkEnglishnounA (served) alcoholic beverage.countable uncountable
LiquidsdrinkEnglishnounThe action of drinking, especially with the verbs take or have.countable uncountable
LiquidsdrinkEnglishnounAlcoholic beverages in general.countable uncountable
LiquidsdrinkEnglishnounA standard drink.countable uncountable
LiquidsdrinkEnglishnounAny body of water.colloquial countable uncountable with the
LiquidsdrinkEnglishnounA downpour; a cloudburst; a rainstorm; a deluge; a lot of rain.Australia countable figuratively uncountable
LiquidsdroppSwedishnoundrip (drops falling)neuter
LiquidsdroppSwedishnoundrip, infusionmedicine sciencesneuter
LiquidsmoisturizeEnglishverbTo make more moist.transitive
LiquidsmoisturizeEnglishverbTo make more humid.transitive
LiquidstranspirationEnglishnounThe loss of water by evaporation in terrestrial plants, especially through the stomata; accompanied by a corresponding uptake from the roots.biology botany natural-sciencescountable uncountable
LiquidstranspirationEnglishnounThe process of giving off water vapour through the skin or mucous membranes.medicine physiology sciencescountable uncountable
LiquidstranspirationEnglishnounThe passage of gases through fine tubes.countable uncountable
Literature문학Koreannounliterature
Literature문학Koreannounthe study of literature
LithuaniaլիտվաներենArmeniannounSynonym of լիտվերեն (litveren)
LithuaniaլիտվաներենArmenianadvSynonym of լիտվերեն (litveren)
LithuaniaլիտվաներենArmenianadjSynonym of լիտվերեն (litveren)
LovelovelyMiddle EnglishadjFriendly, affectionate, loving (providing love)
LovelovelyMiddle EnglishadjLustful, passionate; romantically or sexually charged.
LovelovelyMiddle EnglishadjLovely, attractive, pleasing.
LovelovelyMiddle EnglishadvNicely, affectionately, lovingly (in a loving way)
LovelovelyMiddle EnglishadvEagerly, fondly, enthusiastically; with great passion.
LovelovelyMiddle EnglishadvLustfully, passionately; in a romantically or sexually charged way.
LovelovelyMiddle EnglishadvWonderfully, marvelously, amazingly.
LovelovelyMiddle EnglishadvCourteously; in a well-mannered way.rare
LovelovelyMiddle EnglishadjAlternative form of loflyalt-of alternative
LoveغرامArabicnouninfatuation, ardent desire, passion
LoveغرامArabicnounentanglementarchaic
LoveغرامArabicnoungram (unit of mass)
MacaqueswanderooEnglishnounAny of various langur monkeys (of genus Semnopithecus), from Sri Lanka
MacaqueswanderooEnglishnounThe lion-tailed macaque (Macaca silenus)
MacropodsboomerEnglishnounAn adult male kangaroo.
MacropodsboomerEnglishnounSomething that makes a booming sound.
MacropodsboomerEnglishnounA transient worker who would move from boom town to boom town in search of temporary work.US
MacropodsboomerEnglishnounA device used to bind or tighten chain.
MacropodsboomerEnglishnounA nuclear ballistic missile submarine, SSBN.government military nautical politics transport warUS slang
MacropodsboomerEnglishnounA bittern (subfamily Botaurinae).UK
MacropodsboomerEnglishnounA red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus).Appalachia
MacropodsboomerEnglishnounA mountain beaver (Aplodontia rufa).
MacropodsboomerEnglishnounA player who prioritises economic development and securing resources (and therefore future production) over offence or defence.
MacropodsboomerEnglishnounAlternative letter-case form of Boomer (“Oklahoma settler”)US alt-of historical
MacropodsboomerEnglishnounEllipsis of baby boomer.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis informal
MacropodsboomerEnglishnounAn elderly person, regardless of generation.broadly derogatory slang sometimes
MacropodsboomerEnglishnounA person who is too old to be familiar with the use of recent technology.broadly derogatory slang sometimes
MaleguyEnglishnounAn effigy of a man burned on a bonfire on the anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot (5th November).Britain
MaleguyEnglishnounA person of eccentric appearance or dress; a "fright".dated
MaleguyEnglishnounA man or boy, fellow.colloquial
MaleguyEnglishnounA person (see usage notes).especially in-plural
MaleguyEnglishnounCharacter, personality (not referring to an actual person, but assigning personality to the referent)colloquial referring to animals usually
MaleguyEnglishnounBuster, Mack, fella, bud, man.informal term-of-address
MaleguyEnglishnounThing, item (term that can be used to refer to any entity)colloquial
MaleguyEnglishverbTo exhibit an effigy of Guy Fawkes around the 5th November.intransitive
MaleguyEnglishverbTo make fun of, to ridicule with wit or innuendo.transitive
MaleguyEnglishverbTo play in a comedic manner.entertainment lifestyle theatertransitive
MaleguyEnglishnounA guide; a leader or conductor.obsolete rare
MaleguyEnglishnounA support rope or cable used to aid in hoisting or lowering.nautical transport
MaleguyEnglishnounA support to secure or steady structures prone to shift their position or be carried away (e.g. the mast of a ship or a suspension bridge).nautical transport
MaleguyEnglishverbTo equip with a support cable.
MalemeesEstoniannounman (an adult male human)
MalemeesEstoniannounhusband (a woman's spouse, consort or sexual partner)
MalemeesEstoniannounhuman, personwithout specific reference to gender
MalemeesEstoniannouninessive singular of mesiform-of inessive singular
Male family membersaadaaníNavajonounson-in-law (daughter’s husband, male speaker)
Male family membersaadaaníNavajonounsister’s daughter’s husband (nephew-in-law, male speaker)
Male family membersaadaaníNavajonounfather’s sister’s daughter’s husband (cousin-in-law, male speaker)
Male family membersaadaaníNavajonounfather’s sister’s husband (uncle-in-law, male speaker)
Male family membersaadaaníNavajonounmother’s sister’s husband (uncle-in-law, male speaker)
Male family membersস্বামীBengalinounhusband
Male family membersস্বামীBengalinounlord, master, owner, overlord
Male family membersস্বামীBengalinounswami (a title of saints or great ascetics)Hinduism
Mallow subfamily plantsribbonwoodEnglishnounAny of various plants from Australia and New Zealand in the genera Hoheria, Idiospermum and Plagianthus.countable uncountable
Mallow subfamily plantsribbonwoodEnglishnounAdenostoma sparsifolium of southern California in the US and northern Baja California in Mexico. Also called redshankscountable uncountable
Malpighiales order plantsflaxEnglishnounA plant of the genus Linum, especially Linum usitatissimum, which has a single, slender stalk, about a foot and a half high, with blue flowers. Also known as linseed, especially when referring to the seeds.countable uncountable
Malpighiales order plantsflaxEnglishnounThe fibers of Linum usitatissimum, grown to make linen and related textiles.countable uncountable
Malpighiales order plantsflaxEnglishnounThe flax bush, a plant of the genus Phormium, native to New Zealand, with strap-like leaves up to 3 metres long that grow in clumps.countable uncountable
MammalsmiGuerrero Amuzgoverbhave
MammalsmiGuerrero Amuzgonouncat
MammalsերէOld Armeniannounherbivorous game animal (e.g. deer)
MammalsերէOld Armeniannounliving being (including the human)
MaoismMaoistEnglishadjof, related to, or advocating Maoism
MaoismMaoistEnglishnounone who advocates Maoism
MarriageܙܘܘܓܐClassical Syriacnounmarriage, wedding
MarriageܙܘܘܓܐClassical Syriacnounmatrimony, wedlock
MarriageܙܘܘܓܐClassical Syriacnounspouse
MarriageܙܘܘܓܐClassical Syriacnouncopulation, coition, sexual intercourse
MarriageܙܘܘܓܐClassical Syriacnouncoupling, cohabitation
Marshall IslandsKom̧leMarshallesenameOmelek islet, Kwajalein atoll
Marshall IslandsKom̧leMarshallesenamethe name of a demon
MarsupialskuskusFinnishnouncouscous
MarsupialskuskusFinnishnounphalanger, cuscus (marsupial of the family Phalangeridae)
Martial artsmartial artEnglishnounAny of several fighting styles which contain systematized methods of training for combat, both armed and unarmed; often practiced as a sport, e.g. boxing, karate, judo, silat, wrestling, or Muay Thai.
Martial artsmartial artEnglishnounMilitary skills, proficiency in military strategy, prowess in warfare.
MaterialsmatereMiddle EnglishnounMatter or stuff; that which things are composed of: / Primordial, crude or essential matter; matter without complication.
MaterialsmatereMiddle EnglishnounMatter or stuff; that which things are composed of: / The real essence or body of something (as opposed to its form or permutations)rare
MaterialsmatereMiddle EnglishnounMatter or stuff; that which things are composed of: / The physical actions or part of a Christian ritual.lifestyle religion theologyrare
MaterialsmatereMiddle EnglishnounA material or substance; something which things are created or made from: / A thing or substance which forms part of a larger whole; a component.
MaterialsmatereMiddle EnglishnounA material or substance; something which things are created or made from: / An ingredient or part of a recipe; that which is used to make alongside other things.
MaterialsmatereMiddle EnglishnounA material or substance; something which things are created or made from: / The germ of something; something which other things are developed or grown from.
MaterialsmatereMiddle EnglishnounOne of a human body's liquids or fluids; a biofluid: / A harmful, disease-bringing, or deleterious bodily fluid.
MaterialsmatereMiddle EnglishnounOne of a human body's liquids or fluids; a biofluid: / Partially digested food while sitting in the stomach.rare
MaterialsmatereMiddle EnglishnounA pursuit, occurrence, condition, or event, especially when problematic: / A debate, argument, or contestation between two sides.
MaterialsmatereMiddle EnglishnounA pursuit, occurrence, condition, or event, especially when problematic: / A lawsuit or litigation; legal action or activity.law
MaterialsmatereMiddle EnglishnounA pursuit, occurrence, condition, or event, especially when problematic: / A recounting, recollection, or narration of an event (whether written or verbal)
MaterialsmatereMiddle EnglishnounA topic or theme; an area of knowledge or discussion: / The primary area or topic discussed in a piece of literature.
MaterialsmatereMiddle EnglishnounA topic or theme; an area of knowledge or discussion: / The primary theme, point or thesis of a piece of literature.
MaterialsmatereMiddle EnglishnounA topic or theme; an area of knowledge or discussion: / A science; an discipline, branch, or area of formal knowledge.
MaterialsmatereMiddle EnglishnounA topic or theme; an area of knowledge or discussion: / The information or informants one draws upon for a work; the matter used as source.
MaterialsmatereMiddle EnglishnounThe (usually intrinsic or innate) state or characteristics of something.
MaterialsmatereMiddle EnglishnounOne's motivation, justification, or reasoning for an action.
MaterialsmatereMiddle EnglishnounWood or timber, especially when used to stoke a fire.
MaterialsmatereMiddle EnglishnounA twig or bough; a portion of a plant or tree.rare
MaterialsmatereMiddle EnglishnounThe internal liquids of a plant or tree.rare
MaterialsmatereMiddle EnglishnounA specific, fully-formed object.rare
MaterialsmatereMiddle EnglishnounwombLate-Middle-English rare
Mathematicscharacteristic polynomialEnglishnounThe polynomial produced from a given square matrix by first subtracting the appropriate identity matrix multiplied by an indeterminant and then calculating the determinant.linear-algebra mathematics sciences
Mathematicscharacteristic polynomialEnglishnounA polynomial P(r) corresponding to a homogeneous, linear, ordinary differential equation P(D) y = 0 where D is a differential operator (with respect to a variable t, if y is a function of t).mathematics sciences
MathematicssolviEsperantoverbto solve (a problem)transitive
MathematicssolviEsperantoverbto dissolvechemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencestransitive
MathematicssummaFinnishnounadditionmathematics sciencesuncommon
MathematicssummaFinnishnounsum (result of addition)
MathematicssummaFinnishnounsum, amount (especially of money)in particular
Measuring instrumentsstikkeMiddle Englishnountwig, branch (from a tree)
Measuring instrumentsstikkeMiddle Englishnounkindling, twigs used as a firestarter
Measuring instrumentsstikkeMiddle Englishnounrod, pole, mast
Measuring instrumentsstikkeMiddle Englishnounpale, stake, supporting beam
Measuring instrumentsstikkeMiddle Englishnounstick, stylus, small wooden implement
Measuring instrumentsstikkeMiddle Englishnountally stick
Measuring instrumentsstikkeMiddle EnglishnounA number of eels, usually approaching around 25.
Meatsgutter rabbitEnglishnounA cat (served as a substitute for rabbit).countable
Meatsgutter rabbitEnglishnounCat meat (cat flesh passed off as rabbit).euphemistic uncountable
MeatsłāwerVilamoviannounliveranatomy medicine sciencesfeminine
MeatsłāwerVilamoviannounliverfood lifestyle meatsfeminine
MechanicsmehānisksLatvianadjmechanical (relating to the motion of bodies and their resulting interactions)
MechanicsmehānisksLatvianadjmechanical (realtingd to a mechanism or machine, producing mechanisms or machines, working with the help of a mechanism or machine)
MechanicsmehānisksLatvianadjmechanical (happening without the participation of consciousness, unconscious; without active, creative participation, one-sided)
Medical signs and symptomserythemaEnglishnounAbnormal redness and inflammation of the skin, due to vasodilation.countable uncountable
Medical signs and symptomserythemaEnglishnounSkin redness from sunburn or chemical irritationcountable uncountable
Medicineembryo-Englishprefixembryo.morpheme
Medicineembryo-EnglishprefixThe earliest stage of something.morpheme
MedicinetabletMiddle EnglishnounA tablet, especially an easily carried one for writing on.
MedicinetabletMiddle EnglishnounThe Ten Commandments in physical form handed down from heaven.biblical lifestyle religion
MedicinetabletMiddle EnglishnounA level surface for painting or working upon.
MedicinetabletMiddle EnglishnounA piece of jewellery with a level portion.
MedicinetabletMiddle EnglishnounA marble slab utilised as tiling.rare
MedicinetabletMiddle EnglishnounA pill; a tablet for medication.rare
Medicineదగ్గుTelugunouncough
Medicineదగ్గుTeluguverbto cough.
MemoryfashyEnglishadjEspousing, characteristic of, or relating to fascism.slang
MemoryfashyEnglishverbTo ignore or forget (someone or something).Nigeria slang transitive
MetalsuraaniFinnishnounuranium
MetalsuraaniFinnishnounfirst-person singular possessive form of partitive/illative singular of urafirst-person form-of illative partitive possessive singular
MicrosoftEdgeEnglishnameA surname.
MicrosoftEdgeEnglishnameMicrosoft Edge.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
MicrosoftEdgeEnglishnameA place name: / A village in Painswick parish, Stroud district, Gloucestershire, England (OS grid ref SO8409).
MicrosoftEdgeEnglishnameA place name: / A hamlet in Pontesbury parish, south of Yockleton, Shropshire, England (OS grid ref SJ3908).
MicrosoftEdgeEnglishnameA place name: / An unincorporated community in Brazos County, Texas, United States, founded by Dr. John Edge.
MicrosoftMEEnglishnameAbbreviation of Maine, a state of the United States of America.abbreviation alt-of
MicrosoftMEEnglishnameAbbreviation of Middle East.abbreviation alt-of
MicrosoftMEEnglishnameInitialism of Middle English.human-sciences linguistics sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
MicrosoftMEEnglishnameWindows ME (Millennium Edition).computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
MicrosoftMEEnglishnameInitialism of Montreal Exchange, a futures and derivatives exchange (formerly also a stock exchange)abbreviation alt-of initialism
MicrosoftMEEnglishnameInitialism of Mass Effect.lifestyleabbreviation alt-of initialism slang
MicrosoftMEEnglishsymbolEarth mass: a unit of measurement, equal to the mass of planet Earth, which is 6×10²⁴ kg or 3×10⁻⁶ M_☉.astronomy natural-sciences
MicrosoftMEEnglishnounInitialism of master of engineering.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
MicrosoftMEEnglishnounInitialism of managing editor.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
MicrosoftMEEnglishnounInitialism of medical examiner.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
MicrosoftMEEnglishnounInitialism of myalgic encephalomyelitis.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
MicrosoftMEEnglishnounInitialism of marriage encounter.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
MicrosoftMEEnglishnounInitialism of main engine.aerospace business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
MicrosoftWoWEnglishnameInitialism of World of Warcraft.video-gamesabbreviation alt-of initialism
MicrosoftWoWEnglishnameInitialism of War on Women.government politicsUS abbreviation alt-of derogatory initialism
MicrosoftWoWEnglishnameInitialism of Windows on Windows.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwareabbreviation alt-of initialism
MilitarydiggerEnglishnounA large piece of machinery that digs holes or trenches.
MilitarydiggerEnglishnounA tool for digging.
MilitarydiggerEnglishnounA spade (playing card).
MilitarydiggerEnglishnounOne who digs.
MilitarydiggerEnglishnounA gold miner, one who digs for gold.Australia obsolete
MilitarydiggerEnglishnounAn Australian soldier.Australia informal
MilitarydiggerEnglishnouna friendly term of address, especially to a man.Australia broadly dated
MindlewedMiddle EnglishadjUnrelated to the church; non-priestly; lay.
MindlewedMiddle EnglishadjUnschooled, not learned or educated; lacking in knowledge.
MindlewedMiddle EnglishadjSimple-minded, dumb, or unintelligent; lacking in brainpower.
MindlewedMiddle EnglishadjUnmannered, rude, or disrespectful.
MindlewedMiddle EnglishadjLow-quality; crude, feeble; of meagre workmanship.
MindlewedMiddle EnglishadjLowborn or lowly; not of noble lineage.
MindlewedMiddle EnglishadjOrdinary, unsophisticated or simple; typifying one of non-noble lineage.
MindlewedMiddle EnglishadjLewd, immoral, sinful, or malicious.Late-Middle-English
MindlewedMiddle EnglishnounAn ignorant or simple-minded individual.
MindlewedMiddle EnglishnounSomeone who is not involved in a clerical position.
MineralsadamasMiddle Englishnounadamant, adamantine (valuable gemstone)rare
MineralsadamasMiddle Englishnouna natural magnet; magnetiterare
MonarchykoninklijkDutchadjroyal
MonarchykoninklijkDutchadvroyally (in the manner of royalty)
MonasticismKaputsinoTagalogadjCapuchin
MonasticismKaputsinoTagalognounCapuchin
MonasticismschemaEnglishnounAn outline or image universally applicable to a general conception, under which it is likely to be presented to the mind (for example, a body schema).
MonasticismschemaEnglishnounA formal description of the structure of a database: the names of the tables, the names of the columns of each table, and the data type and other attributes of each column.computing databases engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
MonasticismschemaEnglishnounA formal description of data, data types, and data file structures, such as XML schemas for XML files.
MonasticismschemaEnglishnounA formula in the metalanguage of an axiomatic system, in which one or more schematic variables appear, which stand for any term or subformula of the system, which may or may not be required to satisfy certain conditions.human-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciences
MonasticismschemaEnglishnounA monastic habit in the Greek Orthodox Church.Christianity
Monasticismश्रमणSanskritadjmaking effort or exertion, toiling, labouring, (esp.) following a toilsome or menial business (W.)
Monasticismश्रमणSanskritadjbase, vile, bad (ib.)
Monasticismश्रमणSanskritadjnaked (L.)
Monasticismश्रमणSanskritnounone who performs acts of mortification or austerity, an ascetic, monk, devotee, religious mendicant (ŚBr. etc.)
Monasticismश्रमणSanskritnouna Buddhist monk or mendicant (also applied to Buddha himself compare MWB. 23 etc.; also applied to a Jain ascetic now commonly called yati) (MBh., R. etc.)
Monasticismश्रमणSanskritnounname of a serpent-demon (Buddh.)
MoneyfealMiddle EnglishnounA stipend or allowance given to someone.
MoneyfealMiddle EnglishnounOwnership of land under feudalism.rare
MoneyfealMiddle EnglishnounFealty; feudal allegiance, fidelity, or loyalty.rare
MoneyhordMiddle EnglishnounA hoard or cache of hidden valuables.
MoneyhordMiddle EnglishnounA location or room of hidden non-valuables.
MoneyhordMiddle EnglishnounA storehouse of (non-hidden) valuables or presents.
MoneyhordMiddle EnglishnounA supply or stock of abstract valuables.figuratively
MoneyhordMiddle EnglishnounThe act of putting away for safekeeping.rare
Moons of JupiterHegemoneEnglishnameOne of the Charites and a goddess of flowers and fruit, worshipped at Athens along with Auxo and Damia.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
Moons of JupiterHegemoneEnglishnameOne of the moons of Jupiter.astronomy natural-sciences
MothsnirkkoFinnishnouna tapered object or thing
MothsnirkkoFinnishnounnotodontid (moth of the family Notodontidae)
MothsnirkkoFinnishnounpicotbusiness manufacturing textiles
MothsnirkkoFinnishnounmilling head (of a milling machine)
Municipalities of FinlandKittiläFinnishnameKittilä
Municipalities of FinlandKittiläFinnishnamea Finnish surname
Municipalities of FinlandRaisioFinnishnameA town in southwestern Finland.
Municipalities of FinlandRaisioFinnishnamea Finnish surname transferred from the place name
Municipalities of FinlandRaisioFinnishnameA publicly held company engaged in cereal products and animal feeds, known internationally as Raisio Group.
MusclesmyologicEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the study of muscles or muscle tissue.medicine sciencesnot-comparable
MusclesmyologicEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the muscles.not-comparable
MushroomssignorinaEnglishnounA courtesy title for an unmarried woman of Italian origin.
MushroomssignorinaEnglishnounmaitake, hen of the woods (mushroom)US
MusicmusicallyEnglishadvIn a musical manner.
MusicmusicallyEnglishadvIn terms of music.
Musical genrescountrypolitanEnglishnounA subgenre of country music, a development of the Nashville sound, produced in the late 1960s and early 1970s, containing elements of popular music, including string sections and background vocals.uncountable
Musical genrescountrypolitanEnglishadjOf or sounding like countrypolitan music, or country music produced during the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Musical instrumentsbayanEnglishnounA type of chromatic button accordion developed in Russia in the early 20th century.
Musical instrumentsbayanEnglishnounA lecture.Islam lifestyle religion
Musical instrumentsjonganAlbaniannounharp
Musical instrumentsjonganAlbaniannounlyre
Musical instrumentstalleHausanounA small soup pot.
Musical instrumentstalleHausanounA small gourd drum typically played by children during Ramadan.
Musical instrumentsאבובאAramaicnounreed, flute
Musical instrumentsאבובאAramaicnounpipe, tube
Musical instrumentsאבובאAramaicnounchannel, canal
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Acacia esthrophiolata, Acacia excelsa, Acacia melanoxylon, Acacia stenophylla, or Erythrophleum chlorostachys.Australia countable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Aegiphilia martinicensiscountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Afzelia africanacountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Astronium spp.countable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Backhousia myrtifoliacountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Carpinus carolinianacountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Casuarina cristatacountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Chionanthus caymanensiscountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Cliftonia monophyllacountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Colubrina ellipticacountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Combretum imberbecountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Cordia subcordatacountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Cyrilla racemifloracountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Dialium guianensecountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Exothea paniculatacountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Foresteria pubescenscountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Gordonia haematoxyloncountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Gymnostoma sumatranumcountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Heritiera spp.countable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Jacquinia keyensiscountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Metrosideros spp.countable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Myracrodruon urundeuvacountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Paubrasilia echinatacountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Prunus africanacountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Schinopsis spp.countable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Schleichera oleosacountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Senegalia muricatacountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Sideroxylon spp.countable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Sloania spp.countable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Swartzia spp.countable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Terminalia canescenscountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Thouina striatacountable uncountable
Myrtle family plantsironwoodEnglishnounAny of numerous tree species known locally for having a particularly solid wood, or the wood of such species itself. / Vachellia farnesianacountable uncountable
MythologydwerghMiddle Englishnoundwarf (individual with dwarfism)
MythologydwerghMiddle Englishnoundwarf, pygmy (member of a mythological race of dwarfs)
MythologydwerghMiddle EnglishnounA term of abuse for a short person.derogatory
NationalitiesBielorussianEnglishadjAlternative form of Belarusianalt-of alternative
NationalitiesBielorussianEnglishnameAlternative form of Belarusianalt-of alternative
NationalitiesBielorussianEnglishnounAlternative form of Belarusianalt-of alternative
NationalitiesMontenegrianEnglishadjRelating to Montenegro (country)
NationalitiesMontenegrianEnglishnounA person from Montenegro (country)
NationalitiesSingaporanEnglishadjAlternative form of Singaporeanalt-of alternative not-comparable
NationalitiesSingaporanEnglishnounAlternative form of Singaporeanalt-of alternative
NationalitiesVietnameesDutchadjVietnamese
NationalitiesVietnameesDutchnounVietnamese personmasculine
NationalitiesVietnameesDutchnameVietnamese (language)neuter
NationalitiesZwitsersDutchadjSwiss
NationalitiesZwitsersDutchnounplural of Zwitserform-of plural
NationalitiesgabonilainenFinnishadjGabonese
NationalitiesgabonilainenFinnishnounA Gabonese person.
NationalitiesletonOccitanadjLatvianmasculine
NationalitiesletonOccitannounLatvian (language)masculine uncountable
NationalitieslyydiläinenFinnishadjLudian, Ludic Karelian
NationalitieslyydiläinenFinnishnouna Ludian person
NationalitiesomānietisLatviannouna (male) Omani, a man from Oman or of Omani descentdeclension-1 masculine
NationalitiesomānietisLatviannounUzbek, pertaining to Uzbekistan and its peopledeclension-1 genitive masculine plural
NationalitiesīrsLatviannounan Irishmandeclension-1 masculine
NationalitiesīrsLatviannounIrish, pertaining to Ireland and its peopledeclension-1 genitive masculine plural
NatureakāśeTocharian Bnounskymasculine
NatureakāśeTocharian Bnounairmasculine
NauticalgovernyngeMiddle EnglishnounControl, direction, or leadership; the holding of power: / Governing; governmental or political control.
NauticalgovernyngeMiddle EnglishnounControl, direction, or leadership; the holding of power: / Administration, direction or supervision; the action of supervising.
NauticalgovernyngeMiddle EnglishnounControl, direction, or leadership; the holding of power: / Naval command, control, or oversight.rare
NauticalgovernyngeMiddle EnglishnounTutelarity or guiding; direction as a caretaker or guardian.
NauticalgovernyngeMiddle EnglishnounThe practice of giving out a restorative course of action.medicine sciences
NauticalgovernyngeMiddle EnglishnounHelmsmanship; control over a seafaring vessel or ship.rare
NauticalgovernyngeMiddle EnglishnounOne's influence over the world or its happenings.rare
NauticalgovernyngeMiddle EnglishnounRequirement of a specific grammatical case.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesrare
NauticalgovernyngeMiddle EnglishnounThe effect exerted by a part of the body on another.medicine physiology sciencesrare
NauticalmutinyEnglishnounAn organized rebellion against a legally constituted authority, especially by seamen against their officers.countable uncountable
NauticalmutinyEnglishnounViolent commotion; tumult; strife.countable uncountable
NauticalmutinyEnglishverbTo commit a mutiny.intransitive
NauticalrinvergareItalianverbto find againobsolete transitive
NauticalrinvergareItalianverbto renew, to reiteratearchaic literary transitive
NauticalrinvergareItalianverbto connect (a flag, sail, etc.) by means of rings, hooks, earings, etc.nautical transporttransitive uncommon
Nautical occupationsman-of-warEnglishnounA man whose occupation is fighting in wars; a soldier, a warrior.government military politics war
Nautical occupationsman-of-warEnglishnounA powerful armed naval vessel, primarily one armed with cannon and propelled by sails; a warship.government military nautical politics transport warhistorical
Nautical occupationsman-of-warEnglishnounA powerful armed naval vessel, primarily one armed with cannon and propelled by sails; a warship. / In full man-of-war's-man: a sailor serving on board an armed naval vessel.government military nautical politics transport warhistorical obsolete rare
Nautical occupationsman-of-warEnglishnounSenses relating to animals. / Short for man-of-war bird or (obsolete) man-of-war hawk: any of a number of seabirds, especially one which attacks other seabirds to take their food. / A frigatebird (family Fregatidae), especially the magnificent frigatebird (Fregata magnificens).archaic specifically
Nautical occupationsman-of-warEnglishnounSenses relating to animals. / Short for man-of-war bird or (obsolete) man-of-war hawk: any of a number of seabirds, especially one which attacks other seabirds to take their food. / The Arctic skua (Stercorarius parasiticus).US specifically
Nautical occupationsman-of-warEnglishnounSenses relating to animals. / Short for man-of-war bird or (obsolete) man-of-war hawk: any of a number of seabirds, especially one which attacks other seabirds to take their food.abbreviation alt-of
Nautical occupationsman-of-warEnglishnounSenses relating to animals. / Short for Portuguese man-of-war (“Physalia physalis, a jellyfish-like marine cnidarian consisting of a floating colony of hydrozoans attached to a float”)abbreviation alt-of
New World warblersyellowbirdEnglishnounThe yellow warbler
New World warblersyellowbirdEnglishnounthe American goldfinch
Nightshades土豆ChinesenounpotatoMainland-China
Nightshades土豆ChinesenounpeanutTaiwan
NineninerEnglishnounSomething nine inches long.informal
NineninerEnglishnounThe digit 9 in the NATO phonetic alphabet.singular
NintendoNGCEnglishnameInitialism of National Gallery of Canada.abbreviation alt-of initialism
NintendoNGCEnglishnameInitialism of Nintendo GameCube.video-gamesabbreviation alt-of initialism
NintendoUSFEnglishnameInitialism of Nintendo Ultra 64 Sound Format.video-gamesabbreviation alt-of initialism
NintendoUSFEnglishnameInitialism of United States Frigate.abbreviation alt-of initialism
NintendoUSFEnglishnameInitialism of United States Forces.abbreviation alt-of initialism
NobilityRubenidEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Rubenids: an Armenian dynasty who dominated parts of Cilicia, and who established the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia.not-comparable
NobilityRubenidEnglishnounA member of the Rubenids.
NobilityknyghtlyMiddle Englishadjbrave, bold, martial
NobilityknyghtlyMiddle Englishadjchivalrous, knightly, noble
NobilityknyghtlyMiddle Englishadvbravely, martially
NobilityknyghtlyMiddle Englishadvchivalrously, nobly
NobilityparageMiddle EnglishnounOne's bloodline or ancestry, especially in terms of relative social status.uncountable
NobilityparageMiddle EnglishnounA great or noble bloodline; an ancestry of high social status.uncountable
NobilityparageMiddle EnglishnounCommon social status or position; societal equalness.rare uncountable
NobilityparageMiddle EnglishnounThe right to hold land due to one's societal equivalence to other tenants.rare uncountable
NobilityparageMiddle EnglishnounEsteem, significance.rare uncountable
NutritionstomakMiddle EnglishnounThe stomach or guts: / Hunger, starvation.figuratively
NutritionstomakMiddle EnglishnounThe stomach or guts: / One's emotional or sexual drive (supposedly coming from the stomach)figuratively
NutritionstomakMiddle EnglishnounAn organ near the stomach.
ObesityfatphobiaEnglishnounFear and/or dislike of obese people and/or obesity.uncountable
ObesityfatphobiaEnglishnounFear or obsessive avoidance of consuming fat.uncountable
ObesityovernourishedEnglishadjExcessively nourished.
ObesityovernourishedEnglishadjOverweight.euphemistic often
OccultmerveilousMiddle EnglishadjAstounding, breathtaking, unexpected; resulting in awe and marvel.
OccultmerveilousMiddle EnglishadjExceptional, fantastic, noteworthy; worthy of awe and marvel.
OccultmerveilousMiddle EnglishadjMiraculous or occult; involving paranormal or divine forces.
OccultmerveilousMiddle EnglishadjOut of the ordinary, unusual, or odd; not regular or expected.
OccultmerveilousMiddle EnglishadjBeastly, ghastly; outside the usual natural order.
OccultmerveilousMiddle EnglishadjScary, frightening, horrific; inducing fear or dread.
OccultmerveilousMiddle EnglishadjErratic, inconstant, wavering.Late-Middle-English rare
OccultmerveilousMiddle EnglishadjScared, frightened.rare
OccultmerveilousMiddle EnglishadvMarvellously, amazingly, fantastically.
OccultunmagicEnglishverbTo deprive of magic or of magical prowesstransitive
OccultunmagicEnglishnounLack or absence of magic; magiclessnessuncountable
OccupationsfurrierEnglishnounA person who sells, makes, repairs, alters, cleans, or otherwise deals in clothing made of fur.
OccupationsfurrierEnglishnounA person who secures accommodation for an army.Britain historical
OccupationsfurrierEnglishadjcomparative form of furry: more furrycomparative form-of
OccupationssignalmanEnglishnounSomebody employed to operate the signals and points of a railway.
OccupationssignalmanEnglishnounA member of the armed forces responsible for signalling.
OccupationssignalmanEnglishnounSomebody employed to direct rigging or crane operations by providing a different point of view.
OccupationssmiðurFaroesenounsmith, blacksmithmasculine
OccupationssmiðurFaroesenouncraftsman, manufacturermasculine
Occupationswindow cleanerEnglishnounA person whose job is to clean windows.
Occupationswindow cleanerEnglishnounA product, such as Windex, used to clean windows.
OccupationsאופהHebrewnouna (male) baker
OccupationsאופהHebrewnouna (female) baker
OccupationsאופהHebrewnameUfa (the capital and largest city of Bashkortostan, Russia)
OccupationsבקראAramaicnoundrove, herd of animals
OccupationsבקראAramaicnounherdsman, cowherd
OccupationsܡܫܡܫܢܝܬܐClassical Syriacnounmaidservant, attendant, minister
OccupationsܡܫܡܫܢܝܬܐClassical Syriacnounlaw clerklaw
OccupationsܡܫܡܫܢܝܬܐClassical SyriacnoundeaconessChristianity
OneonefoldEnglishadjConstituting or being indicative of a single aspect or theme.not-comparable
OneonefoldEnglishadjConsisting of a single undivided part; whole; complete.not-comparable
OneonefoldEnglishadjSimple, plain, straightforward.not-comparable
OneonefoldEnglishadjSingular, as opposite to plural.not-comparable
OperaoperaEnglishnounA theatrical work, combining drama, music, song and sometimes dance.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
OperaoperaEnglishnounThe score for such a work.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
OperaoperaEnglishnounA building designed for the performance of such works; an opera house.countable uncountable
OperaoperaEnglishnounA company dedicated to performing such works.countable uncountable
OperaoperaEnglishnounAny showy, melodramatic or unrealistic production resembling an opera.broadly countable uncountable
OperaoperaEnglishnounplural of opus; a collection of work.form-of plural
Optics視野Japanesenounfield of viewengineering natural-sciences optics physical-sciences physics
Optics視野Japanesenounview of things, outlook, horizons of thought
OrchidskämmekkäFinnishnounAny species within the plant family Orchidaceae.
OrchidskämmekkäFinnishnounA palm computer.colloquial
OrchidssalepEnglishnounA starch or jelly made out of plants in the Orchidaceae family, such as the early-purple orchid (Orchis mascula).countable uncountable
OrchidssalepEnglishnounAlternative form of saloop (“aromatic drink originally made with salep”)alt-of alternative countable uncountable
PainoochEnglishverbTo move or slide (oneself or someone, or something) by a small amount.also informal reflexive transitive
PainoochEnglishverbTo cause (oneself or someone, or something) to change or progress by a small amount or in small increments.also figuratively informal reflexive transitive
PainoochEnglishverbTo force (someone or something) to move without noticeable disruption or opposition; to nudge.figuratively informal transitive
PainoochEnglishverbTo move or slide by a small amount; to scooch, to scoot.informal intransitive
PainoochEnglishverbTo move around in a restricted or small space; to squeeze, to squirm.informal intransitive
PainoochEnglishverbTo change or progress by a small amount or in small increments; to nudge.figuratively informal intransitive
PainoochEnglishverbTo force to move without noticeable disruption or opposition.figuratively informal intransitive
PainoochEnglishverbTo propel a boat or sailboard by rocking one's body back and forth.nautical sailing transportinformal intransitive
PainoochEnglishnounA small amount by which something has changed or moved.informal
PainoochEnglishnounA small change or small amount of progress.figuratively informal
PainoochEnglishnounAn act of propelling a boat or sailboard forward by rocking one's body.nautical sailing transportinformal
PainoochEnglishintjA cry of discomfort or pain: ouch.
PainoochEnglishnounSomething that causes discomfort or pain; an ouch.informal
PainoochEnglishverbTo cry out in discomfort or pain; to ouch.intransitive
PainoochEnglishnounAlternative spelling of ouche (“a brooch or clasp for fastening a piece of clothing together, especially when set with jewels or valuable”)alt-of alternative
PainstyngyngMiddle EnglishnounA stinging; the process where an insect uses its stinger.
PainstyngyngMiddle EnglishnounA sting; the pain caused by a stinging or similar pain.
PainstyngyngMiddle EnglishnounIncitement; encouragement.rare
Pain痛みJapanesenounphysical pain, ache, sore
Pain痛みJapanesenoungrief, distress
Pain痛みJapanesenoun傷み: damage to an object
Pain痛みJapanesenoun傷み: decay of food or fruits; rotting
Pain痛みJapanesenounNominalization of 痛む
Pain痛みJapaneseverbcontinuative of 痛む
PakistanરૂપિયોGujaratinounrupee, the common name for the monetary currencies used in several countries, often abbreviated ૱.
PakistanરૂપિયોGujaratinouna foreign currency (usually of where the speaker is currently residing)colloquial
PakistanરૂપિયોGujaratinounmoney, wealth, riches
Paniceae tribe grassessourgrassEnglishnounSorrel / of genus Oxalis.uncountable usually
Paniceae tribe grassessourgrassEnglishnounSorrel / of species Rumex acetosellauncountable usually
Paniceae tribe grassessourgrassEnglishnounA crabgrass of species Digitaria insularisuncountable usually
PanthersشیرKashmirinountiger
PanthersشیرKashmiriverbimperative singular of شیرُن (śērun, “to fix, repair”)form-of imperative singular
ParentsmoderhedeMiddle EnglishnounThe state of being a mother; motherhood (especially used of the Virgin Mary)uncountable
ParentsmoderhedeMiddle EnglishnounThe caregiving, devotion, and guardianship given by a mother.rare uncountable
PastaanelloniEnglishnounA type of pasta similar to rigatoni but with ridges on the inside.uncountable
PastaanelloniEnglishnounA type of pasta developed to investigate ring-shaped polymers.uncountable
PathologyaspleniaEnglishnounAbsence of normal function of the spleen, from any cause: / Anatomical absence of the spleen (after splenectomy or congenitally).biology medicine natural-sciences sciencesuncountable
PathologyaspleniaEnglishnounAbsence of normal function of the spleen, from any cause: / Physiological absence of splenic function; either substantial or total splenic dysfunction; splenic nonfunction.biology medicine natural-sciences sciencesuncountable
PeopleBrownshirtEnglishnounA uniformed member of the German Nazi Party (NSDAP), especially a storm trooper of the Sturmabteilung.historical
PeopleBrownshirtEnglishnounAny member of a fascist party; any person accused of being fascist or neo-Nazi.
PeopleCatholicEnglishadjOf the Western Christian church, as differentiated from e.g. the Orthodox church.
PeopleCatholicEnglishadjOf the Roman Catholic church in particular.
PeopleCatholicEnglishadjAlternative letter-case form of catholicalt-of
PeopleCatholicEnglishnounA member of a Catholic church.
PeopleFOBEnglishadjInitialism of free on board.abbreviation alt-of initialism not-comparable
PeopleFOBEnglishadjInitialism of fresh off the boat.abbreviation alt-of initialism not-comparable slang
PeopleFOBEnglishnounInitialism of forward operating base.government military politics warabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
PeopleFOBEnglishnounInitialism of flash of brilliance.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
PeopleFOBEnglishnounInitialism of freedom of belief.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
PeopleFOBEnglishnounInitialism of friend of Bill: a supporter of Bill Clinton.government politicsUS abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
PeopleFOBEnglishnounInitialism of foot overbridge: a pedestrian overpass.India abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
PeopleFOBEnglishnounInitialism of fresh off the boat, a recent immigrant.abbreviation alt-of countable derogatory initialism sometimes uncountable
PeopleFOBEnglishnounAbbreviation of fecal occult blood.medicine pathology sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
PeopleFOBEnglishnameInitialism of Fall Out Boy, an American pop-punk band formed in Chicago.entertainment lifestyle musicabbreviation alt-of initialism
PeopleMensanEnglishnounA member of Mensa, a society for people who have very high IQs.
PeopleMensanEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Mensa.
PeopleMormonEnglishnameIn Mormonism, an ancient American prophet who compiled the Book of Mormon.
PeopleMormonEnglishnounA believer in the Mormon religion, which views Joseph Smith as a prophet of God and holds the Bible and the Book of Mormon as its primary scriptures.proscribed sometimes
PeopleMormonEnglishadjOf, or pertaining to, the faith established by Joseph Smith, Jr.not-comparable proscribed sometimes
PeopleNordicistEnglishnounOne who subscribes to Nordicism.
PeopleNordicistEnglishnounA linguist who specialises in studying Nordic languages.rare
PeopleWykehamistEnglishadjOf, pertaining to or characteristic of Winchester College.not-comparable
PeopleWykehamistEnglishnounAn undergraduate, graduate or fellow of Winchester College.
PeopleafterlingEnglishnounOne who comes after or later; an aftercomer; one who is late.rare
PeopleafterlingEnglishadjComing after; later; subsequent; of later date; late in order of time or succession.Scotland rare
Peoplebad actorEnglishnounIndividual or entity with the prior criminal conviction, or who has been sanctioned by the court or regulator.lawidiomatic
Peoplebad actorEnglishnounA person with malicious intent.idiomatic
Peoplebad actorEnglishnounIll-intentioned, mean, ill-tempered person.idiomatic
Peoplebad actorEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see bad, actor.
PeopleballkickerEnglishnounSomeone who kicks the ball.hobbies lifestyle sports
PeopleballkickerEnglishnounA highly contemptible person.derogatory rare slang vulgar
PeoplebaronEnglishnounThe male ruler of a barony.
PeoplebaronEnglishnounA male member of the lowest rank of English nobility (the equivalent rank in Scotland is lord).
PeoplebaronEnglishnounA person of great power in society, especially in business and politics.broadly
PeoplebaronEnglishnounA prisoner who gains power and influence by lending or selling goods such as tobacco.UK slang
PeoplebaronEnglishnounA baron of beef, a cut made up of a double sirloin.
PeoplebaronEnglishnounAny of various nymphalid butterflies of the genus Euthalia.
PeoplebaronEnglishnounA husband.lawobsolete
PeoplebiterEnglishnounAgent noun of bite; someone or something who bites or tends to bite.agent form-of
PeoplebiterEnglishnounA fish that tends to take bait.fishing hobbies lifestyle
PeoplebiterEnglishnounA stone that barely touches the outside of the house.ball-games curling games hobbies lifestyle sports
PeoplebiterEnglishnounOne who copies someone else's work, style or techniques, especially in hip-hop.slang
PeoplebiterEnglishnounA cheat or fraudster.obsolete
PeoplebiterEnglishnounA zombie.fiction literature media publishing
PeoplebiterEnglishnounSomething (a data unit, machine etc.) with a width of a specified amount of bits.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesin-compounds
PeoplebittieEnglishnounbitch, girl, woman, especially one that is promiscuousin-plural often slang
PeoplebittieEnglishadjAlternative form of bitty (“very small”)alt-of alternative
PeoplebodhisattvaEnglishnounA person who has taken specific lay or monastic vows and who is on the road to perfect knowledge; specifically, one who foregoes personal nirvana in order to help others achieve enlightenment.Buddhism lifestyle religion
PeoplebodhisattvaEnglishnounAn enlightened being existing in a form of existence beyond the ordinary forms of physical reality understood and acknowledged by scientific thought, resembling the Western notion of angels, but with a wealth of its own nuances and expectations. These include the compassionate working for enlightenment of all sentient beings.Buddhism lifestyle religion
PeoplecasualtyEnglishnounSomething that happens by chance, especially an unfortunate event; an accident, a disaster.countable uncountable
PeoplecasualtyEnglishnounA person suffering from injuries or who has been killed due to an accident or through an act of violence.countable uncountable
PeoplecasualtyEnglishnounSpecifically, a person who has been killed (not only injured) due to an accident or through an act of violence; a fatality.countable proscribed uncountable
PeoplecasualtyEnglishnounA person in military service who becomes unavailable for duty, for any reason (notably death, injury, illness, capture, or desertion).government military politics warcountable uncountable
PeoplecasualtyEnglishnounThe accident and emergency department of a hospital providing immediate treatment; a casualty department or emergency room.Britain countable uncountable
PeoplecasualtyEnglishnounAn incidental charge or payment.countable uncountable
PeoplecasualtyEnglishnounSomeone or something adversely affected by a decision, event or situation.countable uncountable
PeoplecasualtyEnglishnounChance nature; randomness.countable obsolete uncountable
PeoplecineastEnglishnounAn enthusiast of film and the cinema.
PeoplecineastEnglishnounA person in the filmmaking industry.
PeoplecolouristEnglishnounOne who colours; an artist with a talent for colouring
PeoplecolouristEnglishnounA hairdresser who is a specialist in colouring and tinting hair.
PeopleconvenorEnglishnounOne who assembles people for an official or public purpose.
PeopleconvenorEnglishnounA lecturer who takes on the mantle of managing a specific course.Australia New-Zealand UK
PeoplecosmocratEnglishnounOne who rules the world.
PeoplecosmocratEnglishnounan epithet for God or Satan.capitalized sometimes
PeoplecosmocratEnglishnounA prosperous globalist.
PeopledjinWalloonnounpeople, personmasculine
PeopledjinWalloonnounhuman being,masculine
PeopleenvoyEnglishnounA diplomatic agent of the second rank, next in status after an ambassador.law
PeopleenvoyEnglishnounA representative.
PeopleenvoyEnglishnounA diplomat.
PeopleenvoyEnglishnounA messenger.
PeopleenvoyEnglishnounAlternative spelling of envoi (“short stanza at end of poem”)communications journalism literature media poetry publishing writingalt-of alternative
PeoplefeudatoryEnglishadjRelating to feudalism, feudal.not-comparable
PeoplefeudatoryEnglishnounA feudal vassal.
PeoplefeudatoryEnglishnounA feudal territory, a fief.
PeoplefeudatoryEnglishnounA fee paid by such a vassal to hold land.
PeoplefinkEnglishnounA contemptible person.US slang
PeoplefinkEnglishnounAn informer.US slang
PeoplefinkEnglishnounA strikebreaker.US slang
PeoplefinkEnglishverbTo betray a trust; to inform on.US slang
PeoplefinkEnglishverbPronunciation spelling of think.alt-of dialectal pronunciation-spelling
PeoplefinkEnglishnounAny of several birds in the family Ploceidae native to southern Africa.South-Africa
PeoplegrognardEnglishnounAn old soldier.
PeoplegrognardEnglishnounA soldier of the original imperial guard that was created by Napoleon I in 1804 and that made the final French charge at Waterloo.historical
PeoplegrognardEnglishnounSomeone who enjoys playing older war games or roleplaying games, or older versions of such games, when newer ones are available.gamesslang
PeoplegrognardEnglishnounA soldier or enthusiast in attention to detail for rules and regulations. Respected as an expert in things most people don’t care about.government military politics war
PeoplehaiverelScotsnounhalf-wit
PeoplehaiverelScotsadjwitlessnot-comparable
PeopleinclusionistEnglishadjAdvocating for inclusion.
PeopleinclusionistEnglishadjFavoring the inclusion of articles rather than their deletion.
PeopleinclusionistEnglishnounOne who advocates for inclusion.
PeopleinclusionistEnglishnounA wiki user who favors the inclusion of articles rather than their deletion.
PeopleinterposicionMiddle EnglishnounMovement between two things or objects.rare
PeopleinterposicionMiddle EnglishnounAn intervention diminishing the force of legislation.rare
PeopleinterposicionMiddle EnglishnounA neutral negotiator between two opposing parties.rare
PeoplejingoistEnglishnounOne who advocates an aggressive nationalism; one who vociferously supports a nation's military aims.
PeoplejingoistEnglishadjJingoistic; extremely supportive of warlike foreign policy.
PeoplelovebugEnglishnounAn insect, the honeymoon fly (Plecia nearctica, family Biblionidae).
PeoplelovebugEnglishnounA person who is in love; a sweetheart.informal
PeoplemackEnglishnounAn individual skilled in the art of seduction using verbal skills; a seducerslang
PeoplemackEnglishnounA pimp or procurerslang
PeoplemackEnglishverbTo act as pimp; to pander.slang
PeoplemackEnglishverbTo seduce or flirt with.slang
PeoplemackEnglishnounA raincoat or mackintosh.Britain
PeoplemackEnglishnounAn element of a ship's superstructure which places the function of a ship's mast on its exhaust stack, adding the skeletal supporting structure to the smokestack to support the mast's complement of functions.
PeoplemopoFinnishnounmoped
PeoplemopoFinnishnounSynonym of monni.government military politics warslang
PeoplemopoFinnishnounnew student in a schoolbroadly slang
PeoplemustangEnglishnounA small, hardy, naturalized (feral) horse of the North American west.
PeoplemustangEnglishnounA merchant marine who joined the U.S. Navy as a commissioned officer during the American Civil War.government military politics warUS slang
PeoplemustangEnglishnounA commissioned officer who started military service as an enlisted person.government military politics warUS slang
PeoplemustangEnglishverbTo hunt mustangs (wild horses), either for military use or for slaughter as pet food.US
Peoplenon-smokerEnglishnounSomebody who does not smoke tobacco.
Peoplenon-smokerEnglishnounA railway carriage where smoking tobacco is not permitted.
PeoplepeltonChinook Jargonadjcrazy, foolish
PeoplepeltonChinook Jargonnouncrazy person, fool
Peoplepoint of contactEnglishnounThe single person who represents an organization, for a specific task.
Peoplepoint of contactEnglishnounA person who is associated with a defined Internet entity.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
Peoplepoint of contactEnglishnounA specific intersection; a contact point.sciences
PeoplepseudointellectualEnglishnounA person who claims proficiency in scholarly or artistic activities while lacking in-depth knowledge or critical understanding.
PeoplepseudointellectualEnglishnounA person who pretends to be of greater intelligence than they actually are.
PeoplepseudointellectualEnglishadjPretentiously or insincerely intellectual.
PeoplequartermasterEnglishnounAn officer whose duty is to provide quarters, provisions, storage, clothing, fuel, stationery, and transportation for a regiment or other body of troops, and superintend the supplies. Master of quartering.government military politics war
PeoplequartermasterEnglishnounA petty officer who attends to the helm, binnacle, signals, and the like, under the direction of the master. Once master of the quarterdeck.nautical transport
PeoplequartermasterEnglishverbTo act as a quartermaster
PeoplerefusenikEnglishnounOne of the citizens of the former Soviet Union who was refused permission to emigrate (typically but not exclusively a Jewish citizen denied permission to emigrate to Israel).historical slang
PeoplerefusenikEnglishnounA person who refuses to do something, usually as a protest; for example, one who refuses conscription or vaccination.broadly informal
PeoplerefusenikEnglishnounA person who wants to do something but is refused permission to.broadly informal
PeopleriffraffEnglishnounThe rabble; crowds; the common people.uncountable usually
PeopleriffraffEnglishnounSweepings; refuse.uncountable usually
PeoplesawyerEnglishnounOne who saws timber, especially in a sawpit.
PeoplesawyerEnglishnounA large trunk of a tree brought down by the force of a river's current.US
PeoplesawyerEnglishnounA beetle, mostly in the genus Monochamus, that lives and feeds on trees, including timber.
PeoplesawyerEnglishnounThe bowfin.US dialectal
PeoplescrivenerEnglishnounA professional writer; one whose occupation is to draw contracts or prepare writings.
PeoplescrivenerEnglishnounOne whose business is to place money at interest; a broker.obsolete
PeopleshepherdessEnglishnounA female shepherd.
PeopleshepherdessEnglishnounA large and deep armchair with a cushion.
PeopleskellumEnglishnounA rogue.South-Africa
PeopleskellumEnglishnounA scoundrel.UK obsolete
PeoplesultanEnglishnounThe holder of a secular office, formally subordinate to, but de facto the power behind the throne of, the caliph.countable historical uncountable
PeoplesultanEnglishnounA hereditary ruler in various Muslim states (sultanate), varying from petty principalities (as in Yemen), often vassal of a greater ruler, to independent realms, such as Oman, Brunei, Morocco (until 1956) or an empire such as the Turkish Ottoman Empire.countable uncountable
PeoplesultanEnglishnounA variant of solitaire, played with two decks of cards.card-games gamesuncountable
PeoplesultanEnglishnounA breed of chicken originating in Turkey, kept primarily in gardens for ornamental reasons. See: sultan (chicken)countable uncountable
PeopleterpsichoreanEnglishadjOf or relating to dancing.dance dancing hobbies lifestyle sports
PeopleterpsichoreanEnglishnounA person who dances, especially professionally.
PeopletimekeeperEnglishnounA device that shows the time; a timepiece.
PeopletimekeeperEnglishnounA person who keeps records of the hours of attendance of employees.
PeopletimekeeperEnglishnounA person who records the time elapsed in a sporting event.hobbies lifestyle sports
PeopletimekeeperEnglishnounThe group member who controls the rhythm of the music when a group of musicians play together.entertainment lifestyle music
PeopletimekeeperEnglishnounA person (or something controlled by a person) that is punctual.usually with adjective
PeopletrimmerEnglishadjcomparative form of trim: more trimcomparative form-of
PeopletrimmerEnglishnounOne who trims, arranges, fits, or ornaments.
PeopletrimmerEnglishnounA device used to trim.
PeopletrimmerEnglishnounA member of the crew who trims the sails.nautical transport
PeopletrimmerEnglishnounSomeone who fluctuates between opposing factions, political parties etc., according to current interest, a flip-flopper.
PeopletrimmerEnglishnounA beam into which are framed the ends of headers in floor framing, as when a hole is to be left for stairs, or to avoid bringing joists near chimneys.architecture
PeopletrimmerEnglishnounA person employed to rearrange the coal in the hold of a vessel, so that it fills the vessel without forming a conical blockage.economics science sciences shipping transporthistorical
PeopletrimmerEnglishnounA device for storing coal in gradually increasing piles made by building up at the point of the cone or top of the prism.business mininghistorical
PeopletrimmerEnglishnounA float bearing a baited hook and line, used in fishing for pike.fishing hobbies lifestyle
PeopletrimmerEnglishnounAn adjustable electrical component.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
PeopletrimmerEnglishnounOne who or that which trims, or rebukes or reproves; a scold.dated
PeopletrollfaceEnglishnounAn ugly, unpleasant, or otherwise objectionable person.derogatory slang
PeopletrollfaceEnglishnameAn illustration of a face with a cartoonishly wide, maniacal grin (from a comic drawn by Carlos Ramirez and originally posted on the 4chan community), typically featured in image macros to convey trolling, mockery, or humorous intent and becaming a internet meme symbol.Internet
PeopleunderstrapperEnglishnounAny underling or inferior in office.
PeopleunderstrapperEnglishnounA freelance operator for MI5.
PeopleveejayEnglishnounSomeone who presents a television programme of videos; a video jockey.
PeopleveejayEnglishverbTo work as a video jockey; to present videos.
PeopleveejayEnglishnounVagina, vulva.informal
PeoplevictorEnglishnounThe winner in a fight or contest.
PeoplevictorEnglishnounAlternative letter-case form of Victor from the NATO/ICAO Phonetic Alphabet.alt-of
Peoplewhite knightEnglishnounAn individual or corporation that intends to acquire another company in order to avert a hostile takeover.business
Peoplewhite knightEnglishnounA hero, savior, or righteous individual.fiction literature media publishing
Peoplewhite knightEnglishnounSomeone who unnecessarily defends someone else.derogatory figuratively
Peoplewhite knightEnglishnounSomeone who unnecessarily defends someone else. / A man who defends a woman in debate etc. in an attempt to gain her favour.Internet derogatory figuratively informal
Peoplewhite knightEnglishnounA mushroom of species Tricholoma album.
Peoplewhite knightEnglishverbTo unnecessarily defend someone, especially in an attempt to gain favour.derogatory figuratively
PeopleworkerEnglishnounA person who performs labor for a living, especially manual labor.
PeopleworkerEnglishnounA nonreproductive social insect, such as ant, bee, termite, or wasp.
PeopleworkerEnglishnounA nonreproductive social insect, such as ant, bee, termite, or wasp. / A female ant, bee, termite or wasp.rare
PeopleworkerEnglishnounA thread performing one instance of a particular task within a program.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
PeopleémigréEnglishnounA French person who has departed their native land, especially a royalist who left during the French Revolution.historical
PeopleémigréEnglishnounAn emigrant, one who departs their native land to become an immigrant in another, especially a political exile.
PeopleנוצריHebrewnounChristian
PeopleנוצריHebrewadjChristian, having to do with Christians or Christianity
PeopleנוצריHebrewadjNazarene (that is, a resident of Nazareth.)
PeopleزینهAlviri-Vidarinounwoman
PeopleزینهAlviri-Vidarinounwife
PeopleزینهAlviri-Vidarinounfemalefeminine
PepperslaraKapampangannounCapsicum; a genus of flowering plants in the nightshade family Solanaceae
PepperslaraKapampangannounthe fruit of these plants; a chili pepper or bell pepper
Perching birdssunbirdEnglishnounA bird belonging to any of several species in the family Nectariniidae.
Perching birdssunbirdEnglishnounA person, usually one who is retired, who travels from a warm climate to a colder one in the summer; one who oversummers elsewhere.US
Percoid fishmuongCebuanonounthe redbelly yellowtail fusilier (Caesio cuning)
Percoid fishmuongCebuanonounthe Marr's fusilier (Pterocaesio marri)
PhiliasbiophiliaEnglishnounHypochondria.obsolete rare uncountable
PhiliasbiophiliaEnglishnounThe biological drive to preserve oneself; love of life.human-sciences psychology sciencesuncountable
PhiliasbiophiliaEnglishnounThe love of or empathy with nature and all living things.uncountable
Phobiasanti-SemitismEnglishnounPrejudice, discrimination, hostility or political or religious opposition directed against ethnic or religious Jews or against Judaism; antijudaism; judeophobia.countable uncountable
Phobiasanti-SemitismEnglishnounPrejudice, discrimination or hostility directed against any Semitic people (ancient or modern), such as Samaritans, Palestinians, Arabs or Assyrians.countable in anti-Israel discourse nonstandard rare uncountable
PhobiaspantophobiaEnglishnounThe fear of everything; panphobia.uncountable
PhobiaspantophobiaEnglishnounPanophobia, a condition of groundless fears.uncountable
PhoneticsorthoepyEnglishnounSynonym of phonology: the study of pronunciation.countable uncountable
PhoneticsorthoepyEnglishnounAccepted or customary pronunciation.countable uncountable
PhoneticsünsüzTurkishadjunvoiced
PhoneticsünsüzTurkishnounconsonant (abbreviated)human-sciences linguistics sciences
PhysicsluxonicEnglishadjOf or relating to a luxon or luxons.
PhysicsluxonicEnglishadjMoving or capable of moving at the speed of light.
Pierid butterfliesgullEnglishnounA seabird of the genus Larus or of the family Laridae.
Pierid butterfliesgullEnglishnounAny of various pierid butterflies of the genus Cepora.
Pierid butterfliesgullEnglishnounA cheating trick; a fraud.slang
Pierid butterfliesgullEnglishnounOne easily cheated; a dupe.
Pierid butterfliesgullEnglishnounA swindler or trickster.obsolete
Pierid butterfliesgullEnglishverbTo deceive or cheat.
Pierid butterfliesgullEnglishverbTo mislead.US slang
Pierid butterfliesgullEnglishverbTo trick and defraud.US slang
PigsborMiddle EnglishnounA wild or uncastrated pig; a boar.
PigsborMiddle EnglishnounThe meat or flesh of a boar.
PigsborMiddle EnglishnounA rough and tough individual.figuratively
PigsborMiddle EnglishnounA heraldic image of a boar.rare
PinballknockerEnglishnounA device, usually hinged with a striking plate, used for knocking on a door.
PinballknockerEnglishnounA person who knocks.
PinballknockerEnglishnounA critic; one who disparages.
PinballknockerEnglishnounA person who knocks (denigrates) something.derogatory informal
PinballknockerEnglishnounA woman's breast.plural-normally slang
PinballknockerEnglishnounA dwarf, goblin, or sprite imagined to dwell in mines and to indicate the presence of ore by knocking.archaic in South Wales
PinballknockerEnglishnounA mechanical device in a pinball table that produces a loud percussive noise.
PinballknockerEnglishnounA person who is strikingly handsome or otherwise admirable; a stunner.dated slang
PinballknockerEnglishnounA large cockroach, especially Blaberus giganteus, of semitropical America, which is able to produce a loud knocking sound.
PinballknockerEnglishnounA large, boulder-shaped outcrop of bedrock in an otherwise low-lying landscape, chiefly associated with a mélange.geography geology natural-sciences
PinballknockerEnglishnounOne who defaults on payment of a wager.slang
PinesSYPEnglishnounInitialism of southern yellow pine.US abbreviation alt-of initialism
PinesSYPEnglishnameInitialism of Sai Ying Pun.Hong-Kong abbreviation alt-of informal initialism
PinesSYPEnglishnameThe station code of Sai Ying Pun in Hong Kong.rail-transport railways transport
Places in GreeceMytileneEnglishnameLesbos.
Places in GreeceMytileneEnglishnameThe capital of Lesbos.
Places in ItalyGrand CanalEnglishnameA channel (in Italianː Canal Grande) in Venice, Italy. It forms one of the major water-traffic corridors in the city.
Places in ItalyGrand CanalEnglishnameGrand Canal (China)
PlantsgorstMiddle EnglishnounGorse (Ulex europaeus) or a similar plant.
PlantsgorstMiddle EnglishnounAn area covered with gorse or furze.
PlantshvidløgDanishnoungarlic (Allium sativum)neuter
PlantshvidløgDanishnoungarlic bulbneuter
PlantslianNorwegian Bokmålnounlianamasculine
PlantslianNorwegian Bokmålnounany vinemasculine
Plantspakpak-lawinTagalognounbird's-nest fern (Asplenium nidus)
Plantspakpak-lawinTagalognounoakleaf fern (Drynaria quercifolia)
PlantsplanteDanishnounplant (living organism)common-gender
PlantsplanteDanishverbto plant
PlantsscirpusLatinnouna rush, bulrushdeclension-2 masculine
PlantsscirpusLatinnounriddle, enigmadeclension-2 figuratively masculine
PlantssilmuFinnishnounbud of a leaf.
PlantssilmuFinnishnounlampreyrare
PlantsպատինճանMiddle Armeniannouneggplant, aubergine (Solanum melongena)
PlantsպատինճանMiddle Armeniannouneggplant, aubergine (fruit of Solanum melongena)
PlantsܝܒܠܐClassical Syriacnounstream
PlantsܝܒܠܐClassical Syriacnouncynodon, couch grass
PlantsܝܒܠܐClassical Syriacnounburden
PlantsशतावरीSanskritnounAsparagus racemosus
PlantsशतावरीSanskritnounname of the wife of Indra
PoetrysongMiddle EnglishnounA song (lyrical music): / Religious or spiritual chanting or hymns.
PoetrysongMiddle EnglishnounA song (lyrical music): / A exposition or story, especially a sung one.
PoetrysongMiddle EnglishnounA song (lyrical music): / A song supposed to have occult or magical power.
PoetrysongMiddle EnglishnounThe practice or an instance of singing songs.
PoetrysongMiddle EnglishnounThe sound produced by a bird (rarely other creatures)
PoetrysongMiddle EnglishnounA tune; non-lyrical music.
PoetrysongMiddle EnglishnounA quip, declaration, or remark.
PoetrysongMiddle EnglishnounA poem; a written work in verse.
PokémonPGEnglishadjInitialism of parental guidance: suitable for viewing, reading, or listening, by minors.abbreviation alt-of initialism not-comparable
PokémonPGEnglishnounInitialism of parental guidance, a rating for a film that may be viewed by minors at their parents' discretion.broadcasting film media televisionBritain US abbreviation alt-of initialism uncountable
PokémonPGEnglishnounInitialism of paying guest.UK abbreviation alt-of countable initialism
PokémonPGEnglishnounInitialism of point guard.ball-games basketball games hobbies lifestyle sportsabbreviation alt-of countable initialism
PokémonPGEnglishnounShort for paregoric, a painkiller.abbreviation alt-of countable slang uncountable
PokémonPGEnglishnounInitialism of proteoglycan.biochemistry biology chemistry microbiology natural-sciences physical-sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
PokémonPGEnglishnounInitialism of propylene glycol.chemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
PokémonPGEnglishnameInitialism of Proto-Germanic.human-sciences linguistics sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
PokémonPGEnglishnameInitialism of Persian Gulf.abbreviation alt-of initialism
PokémonPGEnglishnameInitialism of Power Girl (“DC Comics superheroine”).comics literature media publishingabbreviation alt-of initialism
PokémonPGEnglishnameSeptember 21 2005, tan...@bellsouth.net, “Re: JLU - WOW”, in alt.tv.cartoon-network (Usenet), message-ID <SL7Ye.4284$xg3.1881@bignews4.bellsouth.net>: I kinda hate how they made Power Girl (Kara/SG pre-Crisis on World 2 or 3?) evil and a clone of SG. One of my fav comics growing up was Supes, and PG and I think Green Arrow going after Vandal Savage. / September 21 2005, tan...@bellsouth.net, “Re: JLU - WOW”, in alt.tv.cartoon-network (Usenet), message-ID <SL7Ye.4284$xg3.1881@bignews4.bellsouth.net>
PokémonPGEnglishnameSeptember 21 2005, tan...@bellsouth.net, “Re: JLU - WOW”, in alt.tv.cartoon-network (Usenet), message-ID <SL7Ye.4284$xg3.1881@bignews4.bellsouth.net>: I kinda hate how they made Power Girl (Kara/SG pre-Crisis on World 2 or 3?) evil and a clone of SG. One of my fav comics growing up was Supes, and PG and I think Green Arrow going after Vandal Savage. / I kinda hate how they made Power Girl (Kara/SG pre-Crisis on World 2 or 3?) evil and a clone of SG. One of my fav comics growing up was Supes, and PG and I think Green Arrow going after Vandal Savage.
PokémonPGEnglishnameAbbreviation of Prince George's County.abbreviation alt-of
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