Sample of disambiguated categories (>1 candidate)

Sample of disambiguated categories (>1 candidate)

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A Christmas CarolTiny TimEnglishnameA poor disabled boy whose death is ultimately averted by Ebenezer Scrooge in the classic tale A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.
A Christmas CarolTiny TimEnglishnameA United States rocket, used in World War II and the Korean War.government military politics warcountable historical
AcaciasmulgaEnglishnounAny of a number of small acacia trees, especially Acacia aneura, forming dense scrub in dry inland areas of Australia.Australia
AcaciasmulgaEnglishnounAny region where mulga is the predominant vegetation.Australia
AcaciasmulgaEnglishnounThe outback.Australia colloquial in-compounds
AcaciasmulgaEnglishnounSomething made from the wood of a mulga tree.
AcaciasmulgaEnglishnounShort for mulga wire (“a message or story transmitted through an informal gossip network, especially one containing false information”).abbreviation alt-of
Acanthus family plantsacanthaceousEnglishadjOf, pertaining to, or resembling, a member of the Acanthaceae family.biology botany natural-sciences
Acanthus family plantsacanthaceousEnglishadjArmed with prickles, as a plant.
Administrative divisionsvoivodeshipEnglishnounThe office, position, rank, or title of a voivode (“a local ruler or official in various parts of central and eastern Europe; an administrative chief in modern Poland”).countable uncountable
Administrative divisionsvoivodeshipEnglishnounThe jurisdiction of a voivode, comparable to a countship or a county.countable uncountable
Administrative divisionsvoivodeshipEnglishnounThe highest-level administrative subdivision of Poland, comparable to a province or state.countable
AeronauticsविमानMarathinounA chariot of the godshuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciences
AeronauticsविमानMarathinounAn airplanebroadly
AgriculturearumsLatviannounplowing, plowed land (the past action or the result of plowing)declension-1 masculine singular
AgriculturearumsLatviannounplowed soil, plowed area, tillage; the layer of soil that is overturned by plowingdeclension-1 in-plural masculine
Agricultureबाड़ीHindinoungarden, orchard
Agricultureबाड़ीHindinounbarn
AircraftempennageEnglishnounThe tail assembly of an aircraft.
AircraftempennageEnglishnounThe feathers of an arrow or the tail fins of a bomb or rocket used to stabilize the longitudinal axis of the projectile parallel to the flight path.
Alcelaphine antelopeskokoonEnglishnounA gnu; a brindled gnu.archaic
Alcelaphine antelopeskokoonEnglishnounA tree of the genus Kokoona.uncommon
Alcoholic beveragesred aleEnglishnounA kind of Irish ale with a reddish colour.countable uncountable
Alcoholic beveragesred aleEnglishnounA kind of Belgian sour ale brewed with red malt and often fermented with organisms other than Saccharomyces cerevisiae, especially Lactobacillus.countable uncountable
Alismatales order plantsfrogbitEnglishnounHydrocharis morsus-ranae, with roundish leaves and small white flowers, that floats on still water and propagates itself by runners.
Alismatales order plantsfrogbitEnglishnounAn American plant, Limnobium spongia, with similar propagation.
Alismatales order plantsfrogbitEnglishnounA South American plant, Limnobium laevigatum.
AlliumscyveMiddle Englishnounchive (Allium schoenoprasum)
AlliumscyveMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of sivealt-of alternative
AlveolatesagueEnglishnounAn acute fever.countable obsolete uncountable
AlveolatesagueEnglishnounAn intermittent fever, attended by alternate cold and hot fits.medicine pathology sciencescountable uncountable
AlveolatesagueEnglishnounThe cold fit or rigor of the intermittent fevercountable uncountable
AlveolatesagueEnglishnounA chill, or state of shaking, as with cold.countable uncountable
AlveolatesagueEnglishnounMalaria.countable obsolete uncountable
AlveolatesagueEnglishverbTo strike with an ague, or with a cold fit.transitive
Amaryllis family plantssnowdropEnglishnounAny of the 20 species of the genus Galanthus of the Amaryllidaceae, bulbous flowering plants, bearing a solitary, pendulous, white, bell-shaped flower that appears, depending on species, between autumn and late winter or early spring, all native to temperate Eurasia.
Amaryllis family plantssnowdropEnglishnounAlternative letter-case form of Snowdrop (“a Royal Air Force police officer”).alt-of
Amaryllis family plantssnowdropEnglishverbTo steal clothing (especially women's underwear) from a clothesline.Australia intransitive slang transitive
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA biblical city, the location of the Ark of the Covenant.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA female given name from Hebrew.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town in DeKalb County, Alabama.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Marengo County, Alabama.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Illinois Township, Pope County, Arkansas.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A historical district in Springdale, Arkansas.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A former village in Brevard County, Florida.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A minor city in Harris County, Georgia.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A village in St. Clair County, Illinois.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Cass Township, Sullivan County, Indiana.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Calloway County, Kentucky.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A ghost town in Issaquena County, Mississippi.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A borough in Cumberland County, New Jersey.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A census-designated place in Harrison Township, Montgomery County, Ohio.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A village in Richland County, Ohio.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A census-designated place in West Manchester Township, York County, Pennsylvania.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A census-designated place in Sumter County, South Carolina.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Hardin County, Tennessee, location of the Battle of Shiloh.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Gregg County, Texas.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A ghost town in Houston County, Texas.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Waller County, Texas.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Bath County, Virginia.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in King George County, Virginia.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Pulaski County, Virginia.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Stafford County, Virginia.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Hampshire County, West Virginia.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Raleigh County, West Virginia.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Tyler County, West Virginia.
American Civil WarShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A number of townships in the United States, listed under Shiloh Township.
AmphibiansgrodaSwedishnouna frogcommon-gender
AmphibiansgrodaSwedishnouna howler; a bloopercommon-gender
AnatomysebeteTswananounliverclass-7
AnatomysebeteTswananounclitorisclass-7
AnatomysebeteTswananountype of senna plant, Senna italicaclass-7
AnatomyyvoryMiddle Englishnounivory
AnatomyyvoryMiddle EnglishadjMade of ivory
AnatomyזרועHebrewnounarm
AnatomyזרועHebrewnounzeroaJudaism
AnatomyזרועHebrewadjsown, seeded
AnatomyזרועHebrewadjcovered, carpeted
AnatomyזרועHebrewadjscattered
AnatomyልሳንTigrinyanounlanguage
AnatomyልሳንTigrinyanountongue
Ancient EgyptconistraEnglishnounA part of the palestra, or gymnasium among the Ancient Greeks: either the place where sand was stored for use in sprinkling the wrestlers, or the wrestling ground itself.historical
Ancient EgyptconistraEnglishnounA part of the orchestra of the Ancient Greek theatre.historical
Ancient Near EastzigguratEnglishnounA temple tower of the ancient Mesopotamian valley, having the form of a terraced pyramid of successively receding stories
Ancient Near EastzigguratEnglishnounAny building with similar style or shape.
Ancient RomeRoman EmpireEnglishnameThe empire which succeeded the Roman Republic and existed between 27 B.C.E. and 476 C.E. in the west (and until 1453 C.E. in the east; see Byzantine Empire), encompassing territories stretching from Britain and Germany to Spain, North Africa and the Persian Gulf.historical
Ancient RomeRoman EmpireEnglishnameThe Holy Roman Empire.archaic historical
Ancient RomeprovynceMiddle Englishnounprovince, area (geographical area)
Ancient RomeprovynceMiddle Englishnounprovince, district (administrative division)
Ancient RomeprovynceMiddle EnglishnounA small nation; a city-state
Ancient RomeprovynceMiddle EnglishnounThe inhabitants of a province or realm.
Ancient RomeprovynceMiddle EnglishnounA Roman prōvincia.historical
Ancient RomeprovynceMiddle EnglishnounAn ecclesiastical province.ecclesiastical lifestyle religion
AndorraandorietisLatviannouna (male) Andorran, a man from Andorradeclension-2 masculine
AndorraandorietisLatviannounAndorran; pertaining to Andorra and its peopledeclension-2 genitive masculine plural
Angerblow upEnglishverbTo blow something upward.literally transitive
Angerblow upEnglishverbTo explode or be destroyed by explosion.intransitive
Angerblow upEnglishverbTo cause (something or someone) to explode, or to destroy (something) or maim or kill (someone) by means of an explosion.transitive
Angerblow upEnglishverbTo inflate or fill with air, either by literally blowing or using an air pump.transitive
Angerblow upEnglishverbTo enlarge or zoom in.transitive
Angerblow upEnglishverbTo fail disastrously.intransitive
Angerblow upEnglishverbTo become popular very quickly.intransitive slang
Angerblow upEnglishverbTo suddenly get very angry.slang
Angerblow upEnglishverbTo become much more fat or rotund in a short space of time.intransitive slang
Angerblow upEnglishverbTo inflate, as with pride, self-conceit, etc.; to puff up.dated transitive
Angerblow upEnglishverbTo excite.dated transitive
Angerblow upEnglishverbTo scold violently.dated transitive
Angerblow upEnglishverbTo blow the whistle.hobbies lifestyle sports
Angerblow upEnglishverbTo succumb to oxygen debt and lose the ability to maintain pace in a race.cycling hobbies lifestyle sports
Angerblow upEnglishverbTo bombard with a large number of calls, texts, etc., often exasperating the recipient.slang transitive
Angerblow upEnglishverbReceiving a large number of calls or notifications to the point of making the device effectively unusable.intransitive slang
Angerblow upEnglishverbTo cause a malodorous smell by flatulation or defecation.colloquial slang
AngervehemenceEnglishnounAn intense concentration, force or power.uncountable usually
AngervehemenceEnglishnounA wild or turbulent ferocity or fury.uncountable usually
AngervehemenceEnglishnounEagerness, fervor, excessive strong feeling.uncountable usually
Animal dwellingsmouseholeEnglishnounA hole through which a mouse enters a room.
Animal dwellingsmouseholeEnglishnounAny small hole or opening.
Animal dwellingsmouseholeEnglishnounThe storage area on a drilling rig where the next joint of drilling pipe is held until needed.
Animal soundsgrrEnglishintjSound of an animal growl.
Animal soundsgrrEnglishintjExpression of anger or disappointment.
Animal soundsgruntenMiddle EnglishverbTo grunt or groan as or like an animal; to make beastly calls.
Animal soundsgruntenMiddle EnglishverbTo moan; to make a groaning or moaning sound.
Animal soundsgruntenMiddle EnglishverbTo grind teeth together.rare
AnimalsormurFaroesenounserpent, snakemasculine
AnimalsormurFaroesenounwormmasculine
AnimalsormurFaroesenouncaterpillarmasculine
AnimalsormurFaroesenoundragonarts folklore history human-sciences literature media mysticism mythology philosophy publishing sciencesmasculine
Animalsತೋಳ್Tulunounarm
Animalsತೋಳ್Tulunounwolf
AntarcticaErebusEnglishnameOne of the Greek primordial deities who was the personification of darkness and shadow, brother-husband of Nyx and son of Chaos.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
AntarcticaErebusEnglishnameThe dark and gloomy cavern between the earth and Hades; the underworld.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
AntarcticaErebusEnglishnameA volcano in Antarctica, named after HMS Erebus.
AnthropologyսպիտակամորթArmenianadjwhite, Caucasian
AnthropologyսպիտակամորթArmeniannounwhite, Caucasian
AppearanceschyreMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of shirealt-of alternative
AppearanceschyreMiddle Englishadjbright, shimmering, glistening, luminous, radiant
AppearanceschyreMiddle Englishadjclear, visible, transparent
AppearanceschyreMiddle Englishadjpure, unadulterated, untainted
AppearanceschyreMiddle Englishadjhonest, willing, eager
AppearanceschyreMiddle Englishadjclear-coloured, pale, lightrare
AppearanceschyreMiddle Englishadjuntarnished; not dirty or stained.rare
AppearanceschyreMiddle Englishadvbrightly, shiningly, shimmeringly
Arabic letter namesવાવGujaratinounstepwell
Arabic letter namesવાવGujaratinounThe twenty-seventh letter of the Arabic alphabet: و (wāw).
Arabic numeral symbolsطArabiccharacterThe sixteenth letter of the Arabic alphabet. It is preceded by ض (ḍ) and followed by ظ (ẓ).letter
Arabic numeral symbolsطArabicsymbolThe ninth letter in traditional abjad order, which is used in place of numerals for list numbering (abjad numerals). It is preceded by ح (ḥ) and followed by ي (y).
Architectural elementscrenellationEnglishnounA pattern along the top of a parapet (fortified wall), most often in the form of multiple, regular, rectangular spaces in the top of the wall, through which arrows or other weaponry may be shot, especially as used in medieval European architecture.countable uncountable
Architectural elementscrenellationEnglishnounThe act of crenellating; adding a top row that looks like the top of a medieval castle.uncountable
Architectural elementscrenellationEnglishnounAny of a series of notches with fancied resemblance to such battlements, as for example around the bezel of a flashlight.countable
Architectural elementsగడపTelugunounthreshold
Architectural elementsగడపTelugunoungateway, doorsill
Architectural elementsగడపTelugunounhousebroadly figuratively
ArchitecturenguzoSwahilinounprop, pillar (an object placed against or under another, to support it)class-10 class-9
ArchitecturenguzoSwahilinouncolumn, supporting poleclass-10 class-9
ArchitecturenguzoSwahilinounpillar (an essential supporting part of something)class-10 class-9
ArchitecturenguzoSwahilinouna support or comfortclass-10 class-9 figuratively
ArchitecturepalodzeLatviannounwindowsill (a flat surface protruding from the base of a window frame)declension-5 feminine
ArchitecturepalodzeLatviannounspace, part of the wall, under a windowdeclension-5 feminine rare
ArmorventailEnglishnounSynonym of aventail (“mail curtain or flap, on a helmet or a mail coif, that protects the lower face and neck”)historical
ArmorventailEnglishnounThe movable front part of a medieval helmet, originally including the visor but later specifically the separate lower section.historical
ArmorventailEnglishnounA vent or breathing-hole in a medieval helmet, for the admission of air.historical rare
ArtdrieluikDutchnountriptychneuter
ArtdrieluikDutchnountrilogyneuter
Artistic worksFMAEnglishnameInitialism of Filipino martial arts.abbreviation alt-of initialism
Artistic worksFMAEnglishnameAbbreviation of Fullmetal Alchemist (“manga and anime series”).abbreviation alt-of
Arum family plantscallalooEnglishnounAny of various tropical plants grown in the Americas, especially of the genera Amaranthus and Xanthosoma, cultivated for their edible leaves.countable uncountable
Arum family plantscallalooEnglishnounA spicy soup or stew made from such leaves.countable uncountable
Asparagus family plantsbeargrassEnglishnounXerophyllum tenax, a grasslike perennial closely related to lilies, formerly used in basketweaving by the Native Americans.countable uncountable
Asparagus family plantsbeargrassEnglishnounA yucca plant, the silkgrass or Adam's needle (Yucca spp., Nolina spp.)countable uncountable
Assassin bugscorsairEnglishnounA French privateer, especially from the port of Saint-Malo.
Assassin bugscorsairEnglishnounA privateer or pirate in general.
Assassin bugscorsairEnglishnounThe ship of privateers or pirates, especially of French nationality.
Assassin bugscorsairEnglishnounA nocturnal assassin bug of the genus Rasahus, found in the southern USA.
Assassin bugscorsairEnglishnounA Californian market fish (Sebastes rosaceus).
Astereae tribe plantscassidonyEnglishnounFrench lavender (Lavandula stoechas).
Astereae tribe plantscassidonyEnglishnoungoldilocks (Galatella linosyris, syn. Aster linosyris) and perhaps other plants related to the genus Gnaphalium or cudweed.
Astereae tribe plantscassidonyEnglishnounChalcedony
AsteroidsMetisEnglishnameOne of three recognized Aboriginal peoples of Canada, descendants of marriages of Cree, Ojibwa, Saulteaux, and Menominee Aboriginal people with French Canadians, Scots and English.Canada
AsteroidsMetisEnglishnounA member of one of these three Canadian Aboriginal peoples.Canada US
AsteroidsMetisEnglishnounA person of mixed European and Aboriginal descent.Canada
AsteroidsMetisEnglishnameA Titan who was the personification of wisdom, the first spouse of Zeus, and the mother of Athenahuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
AsteroidsMetisEnglishnameA satellite of Jupiter.astronomy natural-sciences
AsteroidsMetisEnglishname9 Metis, a main belt asteroid.astronomy natural-sciences
AstronomysauleLatviannounsun (the star at the center of the Solar System, from which light and heat reach the Earth)declension-5 feminine
AstronomysauleLatviannounsun, sunlight (the light and heat that comes from the sun; area reached by this light and heat)declension-5 feminine
AstronomysauleLatviannounworlddeclension-5 feminine poetic
AstronomyveðrurFaroesenounram, wethermasculine
AstronomyveðrurFaroesenounAries (astronomy, astrology)masculine
AukscuttieEnglishnounA cutback.hobbies lifestyle sports surfingslang
AukscuttieEnglishnounA T-shirt that has had the sleeves removed.colloquial
AukscuttieEnglishnounAlternative spelling of cutty (“someone or something common and short or small”)Scotland alt-of alternative
AukscuttieEnglishnounA hare.Scotland archaic
AukscuttieEnglishnounThe black guillemot.Scotland archaic
AukscuttieEnglishadjAlternative spelling of cutty short, shortened or small.Scotland alt-of alternative
Auto partswindscreen wiperEnglishnounA device used to clear rain and dirt from a windscreen; normally a pivoting arm with a rubber blade; a windshield wiper.Australia Britain New-Zealand
Auto partswindscreen wiperEnglishnounAn exercise where the back is parallel to the ground (lying on it or hanging via the arms from a pull-up bar) and the legs are perpendicular to the floor so that the lower torso with the legs is rotated to target the Musculus obliquus externus abdominis, the Musculus quadratus lumborum and the Musculus rectus abdominis.bodybuilding hobbies lifestyle sports
AutomobilesMazdaEnglishnameAhura Mazda, the supreme and transcendental god of Zoroastrianism.Zoroastrianism lifestyle religion
AutomobilesMazdaEnglishnounA vehicle, especially a car, manufactured by the Mazda Motor Corporation.
AutomotivefloorboardEnglishnounAny of the long boards laid over joists to make a floor.
AutomotivefloorboardEnglishnounThe floor of a car.
AutomotivefloorboardEnglishverbTo sink the gas pedal into the floorboard of the car, in order to bring the car to the highest possible speed.
Baby animalsdoodlebugEnglishnounThe V-1 flying bomb.Britain informal
Baby animalsdoodlebugEnglishnounAn automobile converted into a cheap tractor for a small farm during the Second World War.historical
Baby animalsdoodlebugEnglishnounAn antlion larva (Myrmeleontidae).biology entomology natural-sciences
Baby animalsdoodlebugEnglishnounA cockchafer (genus Melolontha).biology entomology natural-sciencesUK
Baby animalsdoodlebugEnglishnounA woodlouse.biology entomology natural-sciencesregional
Baby animalsdoodlebugEnglishnounA term of endearment.informal
Baby animalsdoodlebugEnglishnounA slackard or time-waster.informal
Baby animalsdoodlebugEnglishnounAn idiot.informal
Baby animalsdoodlebugEnglishnounSomeone who draws constantly.informal
Baby animalsdoodlebugEnglishnounA divining rod or similarly intended device.informal
Baby animalsdoodlebugEnglishnounIndividual self-propelled train cars.obsolete
Baby animalsiseanScottish Gaelicnounchick (of any bird)masculine
Baby animalsiseanScottish Gaelicnounyoung (of some mammals)masculine
Baby animalsiseanScottish Gaelicnounbratmasculine
Baby animalsmatuesMi'kmaqnounporcupineanimate
Baby animalsmatuesMi'kmaqnounfurry brown caterpillaranimate
BabyloniaBabyloniaEnglishnameThe realm of Babylon in ancient Mesopotamia (modern Iraq), the Babylonian Empire.historical
BabyloniaBabyloniaEnglishnameThe area of Babylon's empire, Mesopotamia itself.historical
BagsbörsSwedishnounstock market, stock exchange, boursecommon-gender
BagsbörsSwedishnounpurse, a bag for carrying money, (more generally) a hypothetical purse which contains someone's complete wealthcommon-gender
BagspackEnglishnounA bundle made up and prepared to be carried; especially, a bundle to be carried on the back, but also a load for an animal, a bale.
BagspackEnglishnounA number or quantity equal to the contents of a pack
BagspackEnglishnounA multitude.
BagspackEnglishnounA number or quantity of connected or similar things; a collective.
BagspackEnglishnounA full set of playing cards
BagspackEnglishnounThe assortment of playing cards used in a particular game.
BagspackEnglishnounA group of hounds or dogs, hunting or kept together.
BagspackEnglishnounA wolfpack: a number of wolves, hunting together.
BagspackEnglishnounA flock of knots.
BagspackEnglishnounA group of people associated or leagued in a bad design or practice; a gang.
BagspackEnglishnounA group of Cub Scouts.
BagspackEnglishnounA shook of cask staves.
BagspackEnglishnounA bundle of sheet iron plates for rolling simultaneously.
BagspackEnglishnounA large area of floating pieces of ice driven together more or less closely.
BagspackEnglishnounAn envelope, or wrapping, of sheets used in hydropathic practice, called dry pack, wet pack, cold pack, etc., according to the method of treatment.medicine sciences
BagspackEnglishnounA loose, lewd, or worthless person.slang
BagspackEnglishnounA tight group of object balls in cue sports. Usually the reds in snooker.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle pool snooker sports
BagspackEnglishnounThe forwards in a rugby team (eight in Rugby Union, six in Rugby League) who with the opposing pack constitute the scrum.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle rugby sports
BagspackEnglishnounThe largest group of blockers from both teams skating in close proximity.
BagspackEnglishverbTo put or bring things together in a limited or confined space, especially for storage or transport. / To make a pack of; to arrange closely and securely in a pack; hence, to place and arrange compactly as in a packphysical transitive
BagspackEnglishverbTo put or bring things together in a limited or confined space, especially for storage or transport. / To fill in the manner of a pack, that is, compactly and securely, as for transportation; hence, to fill closely or to repletion; to stow away within; to cause to be full; to crowd into.physical transitive
BagspackEnglishverbTo put or bring things together in a limited or confined space, especially for storage or transport. / To wrap in a wet or dry sheet, within numerous coverings.physical transitive
BagspackEnglishverbTo put or bring things together in a limited or confined space, especially for storage or transport. / To make impervious, such as by filling or surrounding with suitable material, or to fit or adjust so as to move without allowing air, water, or steam inside.physical transitive
BagspackEnglishverbTo put or bring things together in a limited or confined space, especially for storage or transport. / To make up packs, bales, or bundles; to stow articles securely for transportation.intransitive physical
BagspackEnglishverbTo put or bring things together in a limited or confined space, especially for storage or transport. / To form a compact mass, especially in order for transportation.intransitive physical
BagspackEnglishverbTo put or bring things together in a limited or confined space, especially for storage or transport. / To gather together in flocks, herds, schools or similar groups of animals.intransitive of animals physical
BagspackEnglishverbTo put or bring things together in a limited or confined space, especially for storage or transport. / To combine (telegraph messages) in order to send them more cheaply as a single transmission.historical physical transitive
BagspackEnglishverbTo cheat. / To sort and arrange (the cards) in the pack to give oneself an unfair advantagecard-games gamestransitive
BagspackEnglishverbTo cheat. / To bring together or make up unfairly, in order to secure a certain result.transitive
BagspackEnglishverbTo cheat. / To contrive unfairly or fraudulently; to plot.transitive
BagspackEnglishverbTo cheat. / To put together for morally wrong purposes; to join in cahoots.intransitive
BagspackEnglishverbTo load with a packtransitive
BagspackEnglishverbto load; to encumber.figuratively transitive
BagspackEnglishverbTo move, send or carry. / To cause to go; to send away with baggage or belongings; especially, to send away peremptorily or suddenly; – sometimes with off. See pack off.transitive
BagspackEnglishverbTo move, send or carry. / To transport in a pack, or in the manner of a pack (on the backs of men or animals).US Western transitive
BagspackEnglishverbTo move, send or carry. / To depart in haste; – generally with off or away.intransitive
BagspackEnglishverbTo move, send or carry. / To carry weapons, especially firearms, on one's person.slang transitive
BagspackEnglishverbTo move, send or carry. / To wear an object, such as a prosthetic penis, inside one’s trousers to appear more male or masculine.LGBT lifestyle sexualityespecially intransitive of a trans man or drag king
BagspackEnglishverbTo block a shot, especially in basketball.hobbies lifestyle sportsslang transitive
BagspackEnglishverbTo play together cohesively, specially with reference to their technique in the scrum.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle rugby sportsintransitive of the forwards in a rugby team
BagspurseEnglishnounA small bag for carrying money.
BagspurseEnglishnounA handbag (small bag usually used by women for carrying various small personal items)US
BagspurseEnglishnounA quantity of money given for a particular purpose.
BagspurseEnglishnounA specific sum of money in certain countries: formerly 500 piastres in Turkey or 50 tomans in Persia.historical
BagspurseEnglishverbTo press (one's lips) in and together so that they protrude.transitive
BagspurseEnglishverbTo draw up or contract into folds or wrinkles; to pucker; to knit.
BagspurseEnglishverbTo put into a purse.
BagspurseEnglishverbTo steal purses; to rob.intransitive obsolete rare
BagsταγάριGreeknounpeasant's woollen shoulder bag
BagsταγάριGreeknounshoulder bag, haversack, knapsack (often decorated)
BagsταγάριGreeknounnosebag (for animals)
BagsταγάριGreeknounbetel bag
BatsyökköFinnishnounbat (appears in common names of many bats in at least eight genera of the families Rhinolopsidae and Vespertillonidae)
BatsyökköFinnishnounnight nursecolloquial
BatsyökköFinnishnounSynonym of yökkönen (“owlet moth”).archaic
BeekeepingcrainnScottish Gaelicnounthe queen of the hivefeminine
BeekeepingcrainnScottish Gaelicnounugly old womanfeminine
BeekeepingcrainnScottish Gaelicnouninflection of crann (“tree”): / genitive singulargenitive masculine singular
BeekeepingcrainnScottish Gaelicnouninflection of crann (“tree”): / nominative pluralmasculine nominative plural
BeetlesturkkiloFinnishnounNicrophorus vespillo
BeetlesturkkiloFinnishnounany beetle of the genus Nicrophorus
BeetlesturkkiloFinnishnounthe genus Nicrophorusin-plural
BeetlesܡܢܝܢܐClassical Syriacnounnumber, figure
BeetlesܡܢܝܢܐClassical Syriacnounfew, some
BeetlesܡܢܝܢܐClassical Syriacnounnumbering, enumeration, census
BeetlesܡܢܝܢܐClassical Syriacnounsumarithmetic
BeetlesܡܢܝܢܐClassical Syriacnounreckoning, account, computation, calculation
BeetlesܡܢܝܢܐClassical Syriacnounnumbergrammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
BeetlesܡܢܝܢܐClassical Syriacnounchronology, time, era, epoch
BeetlesܡܢܝܢܐClassical Syriacnounreview
BeetlesܡܢܝܢܐClassical Syriacnounweevil, worm, maggot
BeetlesܡܢܝܢܐClassical Syriacnounfly
BelarusмоваRussiannounthe Ukrainian languageUkraine derogatory often
BelarusмоваRussiannounthe Belarusian languagederogatory often
BermudaBermudanEnglishnounA person from Bermuda or of Bermudian descent.
BermudaBermudanEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to Bermuda, or the Bermudian peoples.not-comparable
BermudaBermudanEnglishadjThat can be exercised on specific dates between the issue date and the expiry date.business financenot-comparable of an option
BeveragesmehuFinnishnounjuice (liquid from a plant or a beverage made of them)
BeveragesmehuFinnishnouncordial (concentrated noncarbonated soft drink which is diluted with water before drinking, or a serving of such a diluted drink)
BeveragessarsaparillaEnglishnounAny of various tropical (Central and South) American vines of the genus Smilax, such as Smilax aspera, which have fragrant roots.countable uncountable
BeveragessarsaparillaEnglishnounThe dried roots of these plants, or a flavoring material extracted from these roots.countable uncountable
BeveragessarsaparillaEnglishnounA beverage (soft drink) flavored with this root, such as root beer.countable uncountable
BeveragessarsaparillaEnglishnounAny of several North American plants, of the genus Aralia, having umbels and small white flowers.countable uncountable
BibleՔանանArmeniannameCanaan (grandson of Noah)
BibleՔանանArmeniannameCanaan (a historical region in the Middle East)
Biblical charactersAaronEnglishnameThe elder brother of Moses in the Book of the Exodus, and in the Quran.
Biblical charactersAaronEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew.
Biblical charactersAaronEnglishnameA surname transferred from the given name.
Biblical charactersAaronEnglishnounThe leader of a group of thieves.archaic
Biblical charactersAdamSwedishintjThe letter "A" in the Swedish spelling alphabet
Biblical charactersAdamSwedishnameAdam (biblical figure)common-gender
Biblical charactersAdamSwedishnamea male given name. Pet form: Addecommon-gender
Biblical charactersAndreasDutchnameAndrew (apostle, brother of the apostle Peter)masculine
Biblical charactersAndreasDutchnamea male given name from Ancient Greek, equivalent to English Andrewmasculine
Biblical charactersEsraFinnishnameEzra (Biblical figure)
Biblical charactersEsraFinnishnamethe Book of Ezra
Biblical charactersHezekiahEnglishnameA king of Judah. (biblical character)
Biblical charactersHezekiahEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew of biblical origin.
Biblical charactersHezekiahEnglishnameA fictitious book of the Bible, often cited as a source of made-up quotations.
Biblical charactersHuldaSwedishnameHuldah (biblical figure)common-gender
Biblical charactersHuldaSwedishnamea female given name popular in the 19th centurycommon-gender
Biblical charactersKalebDanishnameCaleb (biblical character)
Biblical charactersKalebDanishnamea male given namerare
Biblical charactersNoomiSwedishnameNaomi (biblical character)common-gender
Biblical charactersNoomiSwedishnamea female given namecommon-gender rare
Biblical charactersObedEnglishnameThe son of Ruth and Boaz, father of Jesse and grandfather of David, grandson of Naomi.
Biblical charactersObedEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew of biblical origin.
Biblical charactersObedEnglishnameA stream draining a part of the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee, USA.
Biblical charactersUrbanEnglishnameA male given name from Latincountable uncommon uncountable
Biblical charactersUrbanEnglishnameA surname originating as a patronymic.countable uncountable
Biblical charactersUrbanEnglishnameAn early Christian, also Urbane and Urbanus in various versions of the Bible. (biblical character)countable uncountable
Biblical charactersܡܪܬܐClassical Syriacnounlady, mistress, ruler
Biblical charactersܡܪܬܐClassical Syriacnounprincess, governess, abbess
Biblical charactersܡܪܬܐClassical Syriacnounpatrician, noble
Biblical charactersܡܪܬܐClassical Syriacnounowner
Biblical charactersܡܪܬܐClassical Syriacnounemployer
Biblical charactersܡܪܬܐClassical Syriacnounrewarder
Biblical charactersܡܪܬܐClassical Syriacnounauthor
Biblical charactersܡܪܬܐClassical Syriacnounneighbors/neighboursin-plural
Biblical charactersܡܪܬܐClassical Syriacnounbest
Biblical charactersܡܪܬܐClassical SyriacnameMartha (Biblical figure)
Biblical charactersܡܪܬܐClassical Syriacnamea female given name
Biblical charactersܡܪܬܐClassical Syriacnounbitterness
Biblical charactersܡܪܬܐClassical Syriacnoungall, bile, humor/humourbiochemistry biology chemistry microbiology natural-sciences physical-sciences
Biblical charactersܡܪܬܐClassical Syriacnounpoison, venom
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounA seat for a rider, typically made of leather and raised in the front and rear, placed on the back of a horse or other animal, and secured by a strap around the animal's body. / A similar implement used to secure goods to animals; a packsaddle.
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounA seat for a rider, typically made of leather and raised in the front and rear, placed on the back of a horse or other animal, and secured by a strap around the animal's body. / Synonym of harness saddle (“the part of a harness which supports the weight of poles or shafts attaching a vehicle to a horse or other animal”)
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounA seat for a rider, typically made of leather and raised in the front and rear, placed on the back of a horse or other animal, and secured by a strap around the animal's body. / A cushion used as a seat in a cart or other vehicle.
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounA seat for a rider, typically made of leather and raised in the front and rear, placed on the back of a horse or other animal, and secured by a strap around the animal's body. / The immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehicle.
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounA seat for a rider, typically made of leather and raised in the front and rear, placed on the back of a horse or other animal, and secured by a strap around the animal's body. / Chiefly preceded by the: horse-riding as an activity or occupation.broadly
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounA seat for a rider, typically made of leather and raised in the front and rear, placed on the back of a horse or other animal, and secured by a strap around the animal's body. / Synonym of saddle brown (“a medium brown colour, like that of saddle leather”)broadly
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / A low point, in the shape of a saddle, between two hills.
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / A cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbone.
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / A small sloped or tapered structure that helps channel surface water to drains.business construction manufacturing
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / The raised floorboard in a doorway.business construction manufacturing
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / The part of a denture which holds the artificial teeth.dentistry medicine sciences
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / An equipment part, such as a flange, which is hollowed out to fit upon a convex surface and serve as a means of attachment or support.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / An anticline (“fold with strata sloping downwards on each side”); specifically, a depression located along the axial trend of such a fold.geography geology natural-sciences
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / An anticline (“fold with strata sloping downwards on each side”); specifically, a depression located along the axial trend of such a fold. / Synonym of saddle reef (“a saddle-shaped bedded mineral (usually gold-bearing quartz) vein occurring along the crest of an anticline or (less common) a syncline (an inverted saddle)”)business geography geology mining natural-sciencesAustralia
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / Synonym of saddle point (“a point in the range of a smooth function, every neighbourhood of which contains points on each side of its tangent plane”)geometry mathematics sciences
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / The part of a guitar which supports the strings and, in an acoustic guitar, transfers their vibrations through the bridge to the soundboard.arts crafts hobbies lifestyle lutherie
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / A small object (traditionally made of ebony) at the bottom of a string instrument such as a cello, viola, or violin below the tailpiece on which the tailgut (“cord securing the tailpiece to the instrument”) rests.arts crafts hobbies lifestyle lutherie
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / A block of wood with concave depressions at the top and bottom, usually fastened to one spar and shaped to receive the end of another.nautical transport
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / The clitellum of an earthworm (family Lumbricidae).biology natural-sciences zoology
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / The lower part of the back of a domestic fowl, especially a male bird, bearing the saddle feathers or saddle hackles.biology natural-sciences zoology
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / In full saddle marking or saddle patch: a saddle-like marking on an animal, such as one on the back of an adult harp seal or saddleback seal (Pagophilus groenlandicus), or any of numerous such markings on a boa constrictor (Boa constrictor).biology natural-sciences zoology
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / A piece of leather stitched across the instep of a shoe, usually having a different colour from the rest of the shoe.US
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / Synonym of saddle oxford or saddle shoe (“a shoe, resembling an oxford, which has a saddle (sense 11.1)”)US
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishverbTo put a saddle (noun sense 1) on (an animal).transitive
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishverbTo put (something) on to another thing like a saddle on an animal.transitive
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishverbTo enter (a trained horse) into a race.figuratively transitive
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishverbChiefly followed by with: to burden or encumber (someone) with some problem or responsibility.figuratively transitive
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishverbChiefly followed by on or upon: to place (a burden or responsibility) or thrust (a problem) on someone.figuratively transitive
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishverbTo control or restrain (someone or something), as if using a saddle; to bridle, to harness, to rein in.archaic figuratively transitive
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishverbTo get (someone) to do a burdensome task.figuratively obsolete rare transitive
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishverbTo cut a saddle-shaped notch in (a log or other piece of wood) so it can fit together with other such logs or pieces; also, to fit (logs or other pieces of wood) together with this method.arts business carpentry construction crafts hobbies lifestyle manufacturing woodworkingtransitive
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishverbTo put something on to (another thing) like a saddle on an animal.obsolete transitive
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishverbOften followed by up. / To put a saddle on an animal.Canada US intransitive
Bicycle partssaddleEnglishverbOften followed by up. / Of a person: to get into a saddle.Canada US intransitive
Bill and Hillary ClintonClintonismEnglishnounThe policies of U.S. president Bill Clinton.uncountable
Bill and Hillary ClintonClintonismEnglishnounA statement made by Bill Clinton.countable uncountable
BiologykuhnuriFinnishnoundrone (male bee or wasp)
BiologykuhnuriFinnishnounlaggard
BirdsadhaircínIrishnounDiminutive of adharc (“horn”)diminutive form-of masculine
BirdsadhaircínIrishnounAlternative form of adharcán (“feeler, tentacle, antenna”)alt-of alternative masculine
BirdsadhaircínIrishnouna little horn or pointmasculine
BirdsadhaircínIrishnouna lapwing (bird)masculine
BirdskuntulIndonesiannounheron (Ardeidae)
BirdskuntulIndonesiannounAlternative form of kontol.alt-of alternative
BirdskuntulIndonesianadjtailless (of chicken, etc.)
BirdsmerulaLatinnounblackbirddeclension-1 feminine
BirdsmerulaLatinnounwrassedeclension-1 feminine
BirdsternaFaroesenountern (Sterna paradisaea)feminine
BirdsternaFaroesenounmaidfeminine
BirdsternaFaroesenounstewardess, air hostessfeminine
BirdstimmiaqGreenlandicnounbird
BirdstimmiaqGreenlandicnounbirdskin jacket
BirdstjeldNorwegian Nynorsknounan oystercatcher, a bird of the family Haematopodidae, particularly the Eurasian oystercatcher, Haematopus ostralegus.masculine
BirdstjeldNorwegian Nynorsknouna tentneuter
BirdstjeldNorwegian Nynorsknouna curtainneuter
BirdstjeldNorwegian Nynorsknouna wool blanketneuter
BirdstrochilusLatinnounA kind of small birddeclension-2 masculine
BirdstrochilusLatinnountrochilusarchitecturedeclension-2 masculine
BirdstukaaniFinnishnountoucan (any of various neotropical frugivorous birds from the family Ramphastidae, with a large colorful beak)
BirdstukaaniFinnishnountoucanet (any of several small toucans, primarily of the genera Aulacorhynchus and Selenidera)
BirdsϩⲉCopticnounibisSahidic
BirdsϩⲉCopticverbto walkSahidic
BirdsագռավArmeniannounraven, crow
BirdsագռավArmeniannounspadecard-games games
BirdsܝܪܩܢܐClassical Syriacadjpale, yellowish, greenish
BirdsܝܪܩܢܐClassical Syriacnounpaleness, pallor
BirdsܝܪܩܢܐClassical Syriacnounyellow, green
BirdsܝܪܩܢܐClassical Syriacnounblight, mildew
BirdsܝܪܩܢܐClassical Syriacnounjaundice; chlorosis, greensicknessmedicine pathology sciences
BirdsܝܪܩܢܐClassical Syriacnounkind of yellow bird
Birds of preyhaukkaFinnishnounhawk
Birds of preyhaukkaFinnishnounbiterare
Birds of preyhaukkaFinnishnounSynonym of hauis (“bicep”)hobbies lifestyle sportscolloquial
Birds of preyliitohaukkaFinnishnounblack-winged kite (Elanus caeruleus)
Birds of preyliitohaukkaFinnishnouna bird in genus Elanus
Birds of preyliitohaukkaFinnishnounthe genus Elanusin-plural
Birds of preyvarpushaukkaFinnishnouna European sparrowhawk, sparrow hawk, sparrowhawk, Accipiter nisus
Birds of preyvarpushaukkaFinnishnouna number of hawk species in the genus Accipiter
BivalvesbluepointEnglishnounA small oyster, Crassostrea virginica, from the eastern United States seaboard.
BivalvesbluepointEnglishnounA colourpoint cat with blue markings.
Blueberry tribe plantscranberryEnglishnounA shrub belonging to the section Vaccinium sect. Oxycoccus of the genus Vaccinium.countable
Blueberry tribe plantscranberryEnglishnounThe edible red berry of that shrub.countable
Blueberry tribe plantscranberryEnglishnounAn intense red colour, like that of a cranberrycountable uncountable
Blueberry tribe plantscranberryEnglishadjOf the intense red colour of a cranberry.not-comparable
BluesmerensininenFinnishadjultramarine
BluesmerensininenFinnishnounultramarine
Bodies of water호수Koreannounlake
Bodies of water호수Koreannounnumberordinal
Bodily fluidsדמאAramaicnounblood
Bodily fluidsדמאAramaicverbto liken, to compare, to resemble
Bodily fluidsܕܡܐClassical Syriacnounblood
Bodily fluidsܕܡܐClassical Syriacnounjuice, sapfiguratively
Bodily fluidsܕܡܐClassical Syriacnounlifefiguratively
Body partsթևOld Armeniannounwing
Body partsթևOld Armeniannounarm of a human
Body partsթևOld Armeniannounflight, rush, dash
Body partsթևOld Armeniannounwing, protectionfiguratively
BodybuildingmuscleboundEnglishadjHaving pronounced muscle development through weightlifting, bodybuilding, or other physical exercise.
BodybuildingmuscleboundEnglishadjHaving excessive muscle (sometimes with implications of correspondingly inferior intellect).derogatory
BodybuildingmuscleboundEnglishadjUngainly as a result of muscle over-development.figuratively
BooksQur'anEnglishnameThe Islamic holy book, considered by Muslims to be the word of God as revealed to Muhammad.
BooksQur'anEnglishnounA specific version, edition, translation, or copy of one of the above-mentioned book.
BooksbibelotEnglishnounA bauble, knickknack or trinket.
BooksbibelotEnglishnounA miniature book of an elegant design.
BookssuraSwahilinounchapterclass-10 class-9
BookssuraSwahilinounsura (chapter of the Qur'an)class-10 class-9
BookssuraSwahilinounappearance, lookclass-10 class-9
BookssuraSwahilinounfaceclass-10 class-9
Books of the BibleMarkEnglishnameA male given name from Latin.countable uncountable
Books of the BibleMarkEnglishnameA surname.countable uncountable
Books of the BibleMarkEnglishnameMark the Evangelist, also called John Mark, the first patriarch of Alexandria, credited with the authorship of the Gospel of Mark.countable uncountable
Books of the BibleMarkEnglishnameThe Gospel of St. Mark, a book of the New Testament of the Bible. Traditionally the second of the four gospels.biblical lifestyle religioncountable uncountable
Books of the BibleMarkEnglishnounAbbreviation of Markarian.astronomy natural-sciencesabbreviation alt-of
Books of the Bible雅歌Japanesenounelegant song
Books of the Bible雅歌JapanesenameSong of Songs
Borage family plantsalkanetEnglishnounAlkanna tinctoria, a plant whose root is used as a red dye.countable uncountable
Borage family plantsalkanetEnglishnounThe dyeing matter extracted from the roots of the plant with water or oil, used for cotton especially but also silk and wool, giving a deep red colour.countable uncountable
Borage family plantsalkanetEnglishnounOther plants of the genus Alkanna.countable uncountable
Borage family plantsalkanetEnglishnounAnchusa officinalis (common bugloss), a similar plant.countable uncountable
Borage family plantsalkanetEnglishnounAnchusa ochroleuca (yellow alkanet).countable uncountable
Borage family plantsalkanetEnglishnounAnchusa barrelieri (false alkanet).countable uncountable
Borage family plantsalkanetEnglishnounLithospermum arvense (bastard alkanet or field gromwell).countable uncountable
Borage family plantsalkanetEnglishnounPentaglottis sempervirens (green alkanet), a blue-flowered plant with evergreen leaves.countable uncountable
Borage family plantsalkanetEnglishnounPuccoon (Sanguinaria canadensis).countable uncountable
Bosnia and HerzegovinaBosnijaLatviannameBosnia (short form of the name of the country of Bosnia and Herzegovina, used to refer to the whole country)declension-4 feminine
Bosnia and HerzegovinaBosnijaLatviannameBosnia (a historical region comprising the northern 75% of the country of Bosnia and Hercegovina; not a current administrative unit)declension-4 feminine
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
BotanybrauncheMiddle EnglishnounA branch (of a tree)
BotanybrauncheMiddle EnglishnounSomething dividing or extending like a branch.
BotanybrauncheMiddle EnglishnounA lineage; the kin of someone.
BotanybrauncheMiddle EnglishnounA descendant; a scion.
BotanybrauncheMiddle EnglishnounA category of sin.lifestyle religion theology
BotanybrauncheMiddle EnglishnounA portion.rare
Botanypeach fuzzEnglishnounThe fibrous material covering the skin of a peach fruit, e.g. as opposed to the fuzzless skin of a nectarine.literally uncountable
Botanypeach fuzzEnglishnounLightly or sparsely grown hair, especially facial hair.figuratively uncountable
BotanyspryngMiddle EnglishnounThe emergence or flowing of water: / A spring or font; a natural fountain.
BotanyspryngMiddle EnglishnounThe emergence or flowing of water: / A tide (change in sea level caused by the moon).
BotanyspryngMiddle EnglishnounNew growth of plants or trees; a twig, shrub, or a mass of shrubs.
BotanyspryngMiddle EnglishnounA source or origin; that which something originates from.
BotanyspryngMiddle EnglishnounThe rise of the sun; sunrise, dawn.
BotanyspryngMiddle EnglishnounA leap, jump, or strike.
BotanyspryngMiddle EnglishnounThe growth or appearance of hair.rare
BotanyspryngMiddle EnglishnounA clock's spring or coil.rare
BotanyspryngMiddle EnglishnounA snare for trapping birds.rare
BotanyspryngMiddle EnglishnounThe season between winter and summer; spring.rare
BotanyspryngMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of spryngenalt-of alternative
BotanyspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo spring (burst forth, shoot out): / To issue or gush (water from a water source)
BotanyspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo spring (burst forth, shoot out): / To grow, sprout, or bear fruit or flowers.of plants
BotanyspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo grow, emerge or develop: / To rise; to emerge or appear.broadly of the sun
BotanyspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo grow, emerge or develop: / To overflow or flood; to utterly envelop.broadly of waves
BotanyspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo move with great speed or energy; to dash: / To spring (jump with great speed or energy).
BotanyspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo move with great speed or energy; to dash: / To shoot or spurt out; to emerge suddenly and quickly.
BotanyspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo move with great speed or energy; to dash: / To spring back; to return from a force.
BotanyspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo become or cause to become diffused; to spread. / To become or cause to become known or disseminated.
BotanyspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo become or cause to become diffused; to spread. / To establish or normalise; to become or make normal.
BotanyspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo become or cause to become diffused; to spread. / To sprinkle or asperse; to spread in small drops or bits.
BotanyspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo happen or occur; to come to be.
BotanyspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo break into pieces; to fall apart.
BotanyspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo skip a beat.of the heart rare
BotanyspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo promote or honour; to make exalted.rare
BotanyжапырақтыKazakhadjfoliaceous, leafy
BotanyжапырақтыKazakhadjdeciduous
BotanyжапырақтыKazakhnounaccusative singular of жапырақ (japyraq)accusative form-of singular
BoxingkrokSwedishnounhook; a rod bent into a curved shapecommon-gender
BoxingkrokSwedishnounhook; a fishhookcommon-gender
BoxingkrokSwedishnounhook; a type of punchcommon-gender
BramblesyellowberryEnglishnounThe cloudberry.
BramblesyellowberryEnglishnounThe Persian berry.
BreadssuikerbroodDutchnouna type of Frisian luxury whitebread with pieces of sugar mixed into the doughneuter
BreadssuikerbroodDutchnounsugarloafhistorical neuter
BreadsⲱⲓⲕCopticnouna loaf of breadBohairic countable
BreadsⲱⲓⲕCopticnounbreadBohairic uncountable
British fictiongalumphingEnglishverbGalloping in a heavy and inelegant manner.nonce-word
British fictiongalumphingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of galumphform-of gerund participle present
BuildingsdepotEnglishnounA storage facility, in particular, a warehouse.
BuildingsdepotEnglishnounA storage space for public transport and other vehicles where they can be maintained and from which they are dispatched for service.
BuildingsdepotEnglishnounA bus station or railway station.US
BuildingsdepotEnglishnounA place where recruits are assembled before being sent to active units.government military politics war
BuildingsdepotEnglishnounA place for the storage, servicing or upgrade of military hardware.government military politics war
BuildingsdepotEnglishnounThe portion of a regiment that remains at home when the rest go on foreign service.government military politics war
BuildingsdepotEnglishnounThe tableau; the area where cards can be arranged in solitaire or patience games.card-games games
BuildingsmillEnglishnounA grinding apparatus for substances such as grains, seeds, etc.
BuildingsmillEnglishnounThe building housing such a grinding apparatus.
BuildingsmillEnglishnounA machine used for expelling the juice, sap, etc., from vegetable tissues by pressure, or by pressure in combination with a grinding, or cutting process.
BuildingsmillEnglishnounA machine for grinding and polishing.
BuildingsmillEnglishnounA milling machine for machining of solid metal, wood, or plastic.
BuildingsmillEnglishnounThe raised or ridged edge or surface made in milling anything, such as a coin or screw.
BuildingsmillEnglishnounA manufacturing plant for paper, steel, textiles, etc.
BuildingsmillEnglishnounA building housing such a plant.
BuildingsmillEnglishnounAn establishment that handles a certain type of situation or procedure routinely, or produces large quantities of an item without much regard to quality.figuratively
BuildingsmillEnglishnounAn institution awarding educational certificates not officially recognisedderogatory figuratively
BuildingsmillEnglishnounAn engine.informal
BuildingsmillEnglishnounA boxing match, fistfight.informal
BuildingsmillEnglishnounA hardened steel roller with a design in relief, used for imprinting a reversed copy of the design in a softer metal, such as copper.
BuildingsmillEnglishnounAn excavation in rock, transverse to the workings, from which material for filling is obtained.business mining
BuildingsmillEnglishnounA passage underground through which ore is shot.business mining
BuildingsmillEnglishnounA milling cutter.
BuildingsmillEnglishnounA prison treadmill.historical
BuildingsmillEnglishnounA typewriter used to transcribe messages received.
BuildingsmillEnglishverbTo grind or otherwise process in a mill or other machine.transitive
BuildingsmillEnglishverbTo shape, polish, dress or finish using a machine.transitive
BuildingsmillEnglishverbTo engrave one or more grooves or a pattern around the edge of (a cylindrical object such as a coin).transitive
BuildingsmillEnglishverbTo move about in an aimless fashion.followed by around intransitive usually
BuildingsmillEnglishverbTo cause to mill, or circle around.transitive
BuildingsmillEnglishverbTo swim underwater.biology natural-sciences zoologyof air-breathing creatures
BuildingsmillEnglishverbTo swim suddenly in a new direction.biology natural-sciences zoologyof a whale
BuildingsmillEnglishverbTo beat; to pound.slang transitive
BuildingsmillEnglishverbTo pass through a fulling mill; to full, as cloth.
BuildingsmillEnglishverbTo roll (steel, etc.) into bars.transitive
BuildingsmillEnglishverbTo make (drinking chocolate) frothy, as by churning.transitive
BuildingsmillEnglishverbTo undergo hulling.intransitive
BuildingsmillEnglishverbTo take part in a fistfight; to box.intransitive slang
BuildingsmillEnglishverbTo fill (a winze or interior incline) with broken ore, to be drawn out at the bottom.business miningtransitive
BuildingsmillEnglishverbTo commit burglary.UK obsolete
BuildingsmillEnglishnounAn obsolete coin worth one thousandth of a US dollar, or one tenth of a cent.
BuildingsmillEnglishnounOne thousandth part, particularly in millage rates of property tax.
BuildingsmillEnglishnounAlternative form of mil (“million”)alt-of alternative informal
BuildingsmillEnglishnounA line of three matching pieces in nine men's morris and related games.
BuildingsmillEnglishverbTo move (a card) from a deck to the discard pile.transitive
BuildingsmillEnglishverbTo destroy (a card) due to having a full hand.transitive
BuildingsmillEnglishnounDiscarding a card from one's deck.countable uncountable
BuildingsmillEnglishnounA strategy centered on depleting the opponent's deck.countable uncountable
BuildingswjažaLower Sorbiannounhall, hallway, corridorfeminine
BuildingswjažaLower Sorbiannounapartment buildingfeminine
Buildings裁判所Japanesenouncourtlaw
Buildings裁判所Japanesenouncourthouselaw
BurialburianEnglishnounA tomb; sepulchre.Scotland
BurialburianEnglishnounA burial mound.Scotland
BurialburianEnglishnounA camp; hill-fort.Scotland
BurialelatusLatinverbbrought or carried out, forth or away, having been carried awaydeclension-1 declension-2 form-of participle passive perfect
BurialelatusLatinverbborne to the grave, buried, having been burieddeclension-1 declension-2 form-of participle passive perfect
BurialelatusLatinverbbrought forth, produced, yielded, having been produceddeclension-1 declension-2 form-of participle passive perfect
BurialelatusLatinverbemitted, discharged, released, sent out, having been releaseddeclension-1 declension-2 form-of participle passive perfect
BurialelatusLatinverblifted up, elevated, raised, lofty, high, having been elevateddeclension-1 declension-2 form-of participle passive perfect
BurialelatusLatinverbuttered, published, proclaimed, expressed, having been proclaimeddeclension-1 declension-2 figuratively form-of participle passive perfect
BurialelatusLatinverbraised, elevated, exalted, extolled, having been exalteddeclension-1 declension-2 figuratively form-of participle passive perfect
BurialelatusLatinverbexaggerated, aggrandized, embellished, having been exaggerated, conceiteddeclension-1 declension-2 figuratively form-of participle passive perfect
ButterfliesᎧᎹᎹCherokeenounbutterfly
ButterfliesᎧᎹᎹCherokeenounelephant
CactiAaron's beardEnglishnounA common name for several plants that have tufts of stamens. / Cymbalaria muralis (ivy-leaved toadflax, Kenilworth ivy)
CactiAaron's beardEnglishnounA common name for several plants that have tufts of stamens. / Hypericum calycinum (great St. John's-wort, Jerusalem star)
CactiAaron's beardEnglishnounA common name for several plants that have tufts of stamens. / Saxifraga stolonifera (creeping saxifrage, strawberry geranium)
CactiAaron's beardEnglishnounA common name for several plants that have tufts of stamens. / Opuntia leucotricha (arborescent prickly pear, Aaron's beard cactus)
CactiAaron's beardEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see Aaron, -'s, beard.
Caesalpinia subfamily plantsgolden showerEnglishnounA large, liberal bestowal of money or other financial benefits.
Caesalpinia subfamily plantsgolden showerEnglishnounThe act of a person urinating on another, usually for the sexual gratification of one or both persons.lifestyle media pornography sexualityidiomatic slang
Caesalpinia subfamily plantsgolden showerEnglishnounThe flowering plant Cassia fistula.
Cakes and pastriescrispMiddle Englishadjcurly, curled
Cakes and pastriescrispMiddle Englishadjcurly-haired
Cakes and pastriescrispMiddle Englishadjcrinkly or wavy
Cakes and pastriescrispMiddle EnglishnounA kind of curled pastry.
Cakes and pastriescrispMiddle EnglishnounA kind of crinkly fabric.
Cakes and pastriesfruitcakeEnglishnounA cake containing dried fruits and, optionally, nuts, citrus peel and spice.countable uncountable
Cakes and pastriesfruitcakeEnglishnounA crazy or eccentric person.colloquial countable derogatory uncountable
Cakes and pastriesfruitcakeEnglishnounA homosexual male.US colloquial countable dated derogatory slang uncountable
Cakes and pastrieslagkageDanishnounlayer cakecommon-gender
Cakes and pastrieslagkageDanishnounpie chartcommon-gender
CalendarCandlemasEnglishnounThe festival in the Christian year celebrated on February 2nd. It commemorates the purification of the Virgin Mary and the presentation of the infant Jesus in the Temple.
CalendarCandlemasEnglishnounA quarter day in Scotland.
Calendarmis KevardhuCornishadvin December (month)
Calendarmis KevardhuCornishnameDecember (month)masculine
CalendarյոբելեանOld ArmeniannounJubilee (a year of rest, observed by the Israelites every 50 years)Judaism
CalendarյոբելեանOld Armeniannouna period of fifty years
CalendarյոբելեանOld Armeniannounfifty days of Eastertide from Easter Sunday till PentecostChristianity
Card gamespinatTok PisinnounPeanut.
Card gamespinatTok PisinnounClubs (card suit, ♣).
Caryophyllales order plantsportulacaEnglishnounAny plant in the genus Portulacabiology botany natural-sciences
Caryophyllales order plantsportulacaEnglishnounAny of many tropical trailing herbs, of the genus Portulaca, having showy flowersagriculture business horticulture lifestyle
Caryophyllales order plantswaterleafEnglishnounAny plant of the genus Hydrophyllum.biology botany natural-sciences
Caryophyllales order plantswaterleafEnglishnounAny plant of Hydrophyllaceae, the waterleaf family.biology botany natural-sciences
Caryophyllales order plantswaterleafEnglishnounA tropical plant (Talinum fruticosum), the leaves of which are eaten as a vegetable.
Caryophyllales order plantswaterleafEnglishnounA leaf-shaped decoration used on the capitals of columns in late 12th-century Romanesque architecturearchitecture
Caryophyllales order plantswaterleafEnglishnounAn absorbent unsized paper like blotters as opposed to slake-sized or hard sized papers.
CatholicismabsolvereNorwegian Bokmålverbto absolve (to grant a remission of sin; to give absolution to)Christianity lifestyle religion theology
CatholicismabsolvereNorwegian Bokmålverbto absolve (to pronounce free from or give absolution for a blame or guilt)colloquial
CatholicismabsolvereNorwegian Bokmålverbto absolve (to take or pass an exam)obsolete
CattlebovoIdonounbeef
CattlebovoIdonouncow
CattlebovoIdonounbull
CattlebovoIdonounox
CattlecalverEnglishnounA cow that produces young.
CattlecalverEnglishadjOf salmon: freshly caught.
CattlecalverEnglishverbTo cut into slices and pickle.obsolete transitive
CattlecalverEnglishverbTo bear, or be susceptible of, being calvered.intransitive obsolete
Cattleబభ్రువుTeluguadjRuddy, tawny, red, iron grey, like the colour of the ichneumon.
Cattleబభ్రువుTeluguadjBrown.
Cattleబభ్రువుTeluguadjYellowish green.
Cattleబభ్రువుTelugunounA brown cow.
CaviomorphscavyEnglishnounSynonym of guinea pig (“rodent”)
CaviomorphscavyEnglishnounAny rodent in the Caviidae.
Cebuano diminutives of female given namesPelisingCebuanonamea nickname for Felicisimo
Cebuano diminutives of female given namesPelisingCebuanonamea nickname for Felicidad
Celery family plantsmoreEnglishdetcomparative degree of many: in greater number. (Used for a discrete quantity.)comparative form-of
Celery family plantsmoreEnglishdetcomparative degree of much: in greater quantity, amount, or proportion. (Used for a continuous quantity.)comparative form-of
Celery family plantsmoreEnglishdetAdditional; further.
Celery family plantsmoreEnglishdetBigger, stronger, or more valuable.
Celery family plantsmoreEnglishadvTo a greater degree or extent.
Celery family plantsmoreEnglishadvUsed to form the comparative form of adjectives and adverbs.
Celery family plantsmoreEnglishadvIn negative constructions: any further, any longer; any more.poetic
Celery family plantsmoreEnglishadvUsed in addition to an inflected comparative form.dialectal
Celery family plantsmoreEnglishpronA greater number or quantity (of something).
Celery family plantsmoreEnglishpronAn extra or additional quantity (of something).
Celery family plantsmoreEnglishadjcomparative degree of many: in greater number. (Used for a discrete quantity.)comparative form-of
Celery family plantsmoreEnglishadjcomparative degree of much: in greater quantity, amount, or proportion. (Used for a continuous quantity.)comparative form-of
Celery family plantsmoreEnglishnounA carrot; a parsnip.obsolete
Celery family plantsmoreEnglishnounA root; stock.dialectal
Celery family plantsmoreEnglishnounA plant; flower; shrub.dialectal
Celery family plantsmoreEnglishverbTo root up.transitive
Celery family plantsmoreEnglishnounsingular of moresform-of nonstandard singular
CheesessireneEnglishnounA slightly crumbly brine cheese made of cow, sheep, and/or goat milk, similar to feta; popular in the Balkan peninsula.uncommon uncountable
CheesessireneEnglishnounAlternative spelling of sirenalt-of alternative dated possibly
Chemical elementselohopeaFinnishnounmercury, quicksilver (Hg)
Chemical elementselohopeaFinnishnounthermometre/thermometer (in which the level of mercury indicates temperature)figuratively
Chemical elementselohopeaFinnishnounlively thing or person, especially a childfiguratively
Chemical elementsseleenLimburgishnounseleniumneuter uncountable
Chemical elementsseleenLimburgishnounA part of seleniumneuter
Chemical elementsChinesecharactercopper (Cu)obsolete
Chemical elementsChinesecharactermetal
Chemical elementsChinesecharactermetalware
Chemical elementsChinesecharactergold (Au)
Chemical elementsChinesecharactergolden; blond
Chemical elementsChinesecharactermoney; material wealthbroadly
Chemical elementsChinesecharacterancient currency unithistorical
Chemical elementsChinesecharactergong or other metalware for signalling commands in the militaryhistorical
Chemical elementsChinesecharacterrespectful; precious
Chemical elementsChinesecharacterUsed in 金城 (jīnchéng).
Chemical elementsChinesecharacterShort for 金星 (Jīnxīng, “Venus”).abbreviation alt-of
Chemical elementsChinesecharacterone of the eight kinds of instruments (八音 (-))
Chemical elementsChinesecharactermetal, one of the five elements of Wu Xing (五行 (-))
Chemical elementsChinesecharacter(historical) The Jurchen Jin dynasty (1115–1234)
Chemical elementsChinesecharacter(historical) Synonym of 後金/后金 (Hòujīn), the Jurchen Later Jin state (1616–1636)
Chemical elementsChinesecharactera surname
Chemical processessublimationEnglishnounThe transition of a substance from the solid phase directly to the vapor state such that it does not pass through the intermediate liquid phase.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
Chemical processessublimationEnglishnounThe transformation of an impulse into something socially constructive.human-sciences psychology sciencescountable uncountable
Chemical processessublimationEnglishnounElevation; exaltation; a making sublime.countable uncountable
ChemistrydebuMalaynoundust (fine, dry air particles)
ChemistrydebuMalaynounash (solid remains of a fire)
ChemistrydebuMalaypronI (personal pronoun)
ChemistrydebuMalaypronme (direct object of a verb)
ChemistrydebuMalaypronme (object of a preposition)
ChemistrydebuMalaypronme (indirect object of a verb)
ChemistrydebuMalaypronmy (belonging to me)
Chemistrymercurial phosphorusEnglishnouna glow produced by friction when mercury is shaken in an evacuated glass vessel; the luminous barometeruncountable
Chemistrymercurial phosphorusEnglishnouna compound of mercury and phosphorus used to treat syphilisuncountable
ChemistryķīmisksLatvianadjchemical (relating to chemistry)
ChemistryķīmisksLatvianadjchemical (relating to substances and their mutual transformations; such that it uses substances and their mutual transformations)
Chickasaw cardinal numbersawa-hannáꞌliChickasawnumsixteen
Chickasaw cardinal numbersawa-hannáꞌliChickasawverbto be sixteen in numberstative
Chickasaw cardinal numbersawa-ontochchíꞌnaChickasawnumeighteen
Chickasaw cardinal numbersawa-ontochchíꞌnaChickasawverbto be eighteen in numberstative
ChlorinechlorineEnglishnounA toxic, green, gaseous chemical element (symbol Cl) with an atomic number of 17.uncountable usually
ChlorinechlorineEnglishnounA single atom of this element.countable usually
ChlorinechlorineEnglishnounA chlorine-based bleach or disinfectant.countable usually
ChocolatetruffleEnglishnounAny of various edible fungi, of the genus Tuber, that grow in the soil in southern Europe; the earthnut.
ChocolatetruffleEnglishnounEllipsis of chocolate truffle (“creamy chocolate confection, in the form of a ball, covered with cocoa powder”).abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
ChristianityLuciferEnglishnameThe planet Venus as the daystar.literary
ChristianityLuciferEnglishnameThe King of Babylon who was compared to the planet Venus in first the Wycliffe version then the King James Version of Isaiah 14:12; it is unclear whether this verse refers to a specific king or to a representation of the entire line of kings of Babylon.biblical lifestyle religion
ChristianityLuciferEnglishnameSatan, the Devil.
ChristianityjólFaroesenounChristmasneuter plural plural-only
ChristianityjólFaroesenounYule, Yuletideneuter plural plural-only
ChristianityrequiemMiddle Englishnounrequiem (mass for commemoration of the dead)Late-Middle-English
ChristianityrequiemMiddle Englishnoundeath, eternal peaceLate-Middle-English rare
ChristianityқұдіретKazakhnounGod, Omnipotent
ChristianityқұдіретKazakhnounpotency, power
ChristianityناووسArabicnounsarcophagus, coffin
ChristianityناووسArabicnounburial place, tomb
ChristianityناووسArabicnounburial place, tomb / Christian graveyard
Cities坂井Japanesenamea place name, such as that of Sakai City in Fukui Prefecture
Cities坂井Japanesenamea surname
Cities白河Japanesenouna river with clear water
Cities白河Japanesenounan area with small pebbles or sand spread out evenly, such as in a rock garden (from the visual similarity to a clear body of water)
Cities白河Japanesenamea place name, such as that of Shirakawa City in Fukushima Prefecture
Cities白河Japanesenamea domain during the Edo period
Cities白河Japanesenamea surname
Cities白河JapanesenameBaihe County, Shaanxi Province, China
Cities in ItalyMilaanDutchnameMilan (city in Northern Italy)neuter
Cities in ItalyMilaanDutchnameMilan (a province of Lombardy, Italy)neuter
Cities in Japan松山JapanesenameMatsuyama, the capital city of Ehime Prefecture
Cities in Japan松山Japanesenamea surname
CleaningتنظيفArabicnounverbal noun of نَظَّفَ (naẓẓafa) (form II)form-of noun-from-verb
CleaningتنظيفArabicnouncleaning
ClothingbodyDutchnounA leotard.masculine
ClothingbodyDutchnounBody, substance.masculine
ClothingchʼahNavajonounhead covering, headwear
ClothingchʼahNavajonounhat, cap, scarf
ClothinghosaeLatinnounpants, trousersLate-Latin declension-1 feminine plural plural-only
ClothinghosaeLatinnounarmour that protects the leg, gaiters, greavesgovernment military politics warLate-Latin declension-1 feminine plural plural-only
ClothinghèmpësUnaminounshirtinanimate
ClothinghèmpësUnaminoundressinanimate
ClothinghèmpësUnaminounclothinanimate
Clothingmom jeansEnglishnounJeans, especially those for women, considered unfashionable and unflattering.informal plural plural-only
Clothingmom jeansEnglishnounhigh-waisted bluejeans for womenplural plural-only
ClothingpartletEnglishnounA hen (originally in the form Dame Partlet).archaic
ClothingpartletEnglishnounA covering for the neck and upper chest, originally worn by both sexes, but later especially by women to cover a low neckline.archaic historical
ClothingstomakereMiddle EnglishnounA waistcoat or vest (sleeveless shirt)Late-Middle-English
ClothingstomakereMiddle EnglishnounA medicinal chest cloth.Late-Middle-English rare
ClothingtroonsEnglishnounTrousers (pants).UK colloquial plural plural-only
ClothingtroonsEnglishnounplural of troonform-of plural
ClothingtroonsEnglishverbthird-person singular simple present indicative of troonform-of indicative present singular third-person
ClothingwristerEnglishnounA wrist shot, a shot made primarily with a wrist motionhobbies ice-hockey lifestyle skating sports
ClothingwristerEnglishnounA knitted wrist coveringUS dated
ClothingساپورتPersiannounstockings, tights, hold-ups
ClothingساپورتPersiannounleggings
ClothingܓܕܠܐClassical Syriacnounplaiting, twining
ClothingܓܕܠܐClassical Syriacnounanything twisted: garland, wreath, crown; wickerworkbroadly
ClothingܓܕܠܐClassical Syriacnounmonastic garment
ClothingܓܕܠܐClassical Syriacnounexcessiveness, overfullness
CockfightingderbiCebuanonouna gamecock derby
CockfightingderbiCebuanonouna sporting contest open to the general publicrare
Cocktailsgoofy juiceEnglishnounA liquid medication once used to treat psychiatric patients, rendering them into a vegetative state.human-sciences medicine psychiatry psychology scienceshumorous
Cocktailsgoofy juiceEnglishnounA cocktail consisting of everclear alcohol and various fruits.
CocktailsபடுTamilverbto strike, land on, fall on, come into contact with
CocktailsபடுTamilverbto experience, feel
CocktailsபடுTamilverbjoined to active verbs to create the passive form of that verbafter infinitive auxiliary
CocktailsபடுTamilverbjoined to intransitive verbs for emphasisafter adverbial participle auxiliary
CocktailsபடுTamilverbto lie, lie down
CocktailsபடுTamilnountoddy
CocktailsபடுTamilnouna cluster of flowers; an inflorescencebiology botany natural-sciences
CocktailsபடுTamilnouna pond
CocktailsபடுTamilnouna tank
CocktailsபடுTamiladjbig, large, great, grand
CocktailsபடுTamiladjexcessive, exaggerated
CocktailsபடுTamiladjcruel
CocktailsபடுTamiladjlow
CocktailsபடுTamilnouna clever or skilled person
CocktailsபடுTamilnoungoodness, excellence
CocktailsபடுTamilnounintellect
Coffeecoffee klatchEnglishnounA social gathering for conversation while drinking coffee.
Coffeecoffee klatchEnglishverbTo meet to gossip with friends, often over coffee.informal intransitive
CollectivesauthorityEnglishnounPower or right to make or enforce rules or give orders; or a position having such power or right.uncountable
CollectivesauthorityEnglishnounPersons, regarded collectively, who occupy official positions of power; police or law enforcement.countable plural uncountable
CollectivesauthorityEnglishnounA reliable, definitive source of information on a subject.countable
CollectivesauthorityEnglishnounStatus as a trustworthy source of information, reputation for mastery or expertise; or claim to such status or reputation.uncountable
CollectivesauthorityEnglishnounOfficial permission; authorisation to act in some capacity on behalf of a ruling entity.uncountable
CollectivesauthorityEnglishnounA government-owned agency that runs a revenue-generating activity for public benefit.countable
ColorsbabaYorubanounfather, dad
ColorsbabaYorubanounA term of respect or endearment for an older man, male relative, or a higher ranking man.
ColorsbabaYorubanounA title for a man of a specific occupation (ex. bàbá-alágbẹ̀dẹ (“blacksmith”)).
ColorsbabaYorubanounfather
ColorsbabaYorubanounelderly man of wisdom, sage, elder
ColorsbabaYorubanounrevered or senior leader or entity
ColorsbabaYorubanounmale ancestor
ColorsbabaYorubanounA prefix for given names in the class orúkọ àmútọ̀runwá, given to children who are believed to be reincarnations of a male ancestor. (ex. Babájídé, Babátúndé).
ColorsbabaYorubanouncopper (chemical element, Cu, atomical number 29)
ColorsbabaYorubanounbarber
ColorsbabaYorubanounsorghum, millet, (in particular) Sorghum bicolor
ColorsbabaYorubanoundark red color, in comparison to the color of sorghum
ColorsbabaYorubanounto be quickly and rapidly hoveringideophone of an object
ColorsbabaYorubaadjplentiful
ColorsbelauMalayadjblue (blue-colored)Indonesia Netherlands
ColorsbelauMalaynounblue (colour)Indonesia Netherlands
ColorsduBretonadjblack
ColorsduBretonadjswollen
ColorsduBretonadjstarved
ColorsduBretonnounblackmasculine
ColorsduBretonverbthird-person singular present indicative of duañform-of indicative present singular third-person
ColorsjinggaIndonesiannounthe colour orange
ColorsjinggaIndonesianadjhaving the colour orange
ColorskoningSasakadjyellow (having yellow as its colour)
ColorskoningSasaknounyellow (colour)
Colorsolive drabEnglishnounA greyish green colour, like that of a ripe green olive.countable uncountable
Colorsolive drabEnglishnounCloth of an olive drab colour, used often for military uniforms.countable uncountable
Colorsolive drabEnglishadjOf a greyish green colour, like that of a ripe green olive.not-comparable
ColorsostrumLatinnounthe blood of the sea snaildeclension-2 neuter
ColorsostrumLatinnounthe color purpledeclension-2 neuter
ColorsvitSwedishadjof the colour white
ColorsvitSwedishadjwho has light skin
ColorsvitSwedishadjsignifying honesty and openness
ColorsvitSwedishadjdry, without alcohol consumption
ColorsvitSwedishadjwith snow
ColorsvitSwedishadja style of portion snus that has not been post-moisturized, is less runny, and has a more even taste
Colorsபசுப்புTamilnoungreenness
Colorsபசுப்புTamilnoungreenish yellow
Colubrid snakescolubrineEnglishadjSnakelike.
Colubrid snakescolubrineEnglishadjRelating to snakes.
Colubrid snakescolubrineEnglishnounAny snake of the subfamily Colubrinae
ColumbidskurukutokCebuanonounthe zebra dove (Geopelia striata)
ColumbidskurukutokCebuanonounthe sound pigeons and doves make
ComicscomicsEnglishnounthe medium of comic books, comic strips, and other sequential art
ComicscomicsEnglishnounplural of comicform-of plural
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
CommunicationatbildeLatviannounanswer (something said, written or done in reaction to a question)declension-5 feminine
CommunicationatbildeLatviannounanswer (a repetition of learned material in a school exam)declension-5 feminine
CommunicationatbildeLatviannounanswer (a behavior in reaction to something, to some event)declension-5 feminine
CommunicationatbildeLatviannounanswer (the final result or solution, e.g. of a mathematical problem or calculation)declension-5 feminine
Communicationम्हणणेMarathiverbto saytransitive
Communicationम्हणणेMarathiverbto recitetransitive
CommunismPolitburoEnglishnameAny of various politburos, especially that of the Soviet Union or that of the People's Republic of China.
CommunismPolitburoEnglishnameThe senior leadership of the Soviet Union, or that of the People's Republic of China.metonymically
ComputingborkEnglishverbTo defeat a person's appointment or election, judicial nomination, etc., through a concerted attack on the person's character, background, and philosophy.government politicsUS derogatory intransitive often transitive
ComputingborkEnglishverbTo misconfigure, break, or damage, especially a computer or other complex device.slang transitive
ComputingborkEnglishverbTo become broken or damaged, especially of a computer or other complex device.intransitive slang
ComputingborkEnglishnounThe bald notothen or bald rockcod (Pagothenia borchgrevinki), a species of cod icefish (Nototheniidae) native to the Southern Ocean.informal
ComputingborkEnglishnounThe sound a dog makes.Internet humorous
ComputingborkEnglishverb(of a dog) To barkInternet humorous
ComputingborkEnglishverbTo boink.slang vulgar
ComputingluibheanIrishnoundigit, finger, toeanatomy medicine sciencesmasculine
ComputingluibheanIrishnounkey (on keyboard)masculine
ConifersfirryEnglishadjAbounding in firs.
ConifersfirryEnglishadjMade of fir wood.
ConifersfirryEnglishadjSimilar to fir
ConservatismdominionismEnglishnounA tendency among some conservative Christians, especially in the USA, to seek influence or control over secular civil government through political action.uncountable
ConservatismdominionismEnglishnounThe belief that human beings should be free to dominate and exploit nature, including plants and animals.uncountable
Constellations in the zodiacܬܐܡܐClassical Syriacadjtwin, double, geminate
Constellations in the zodiacܬܐܡܐClassical Syriacnountwin, double
Constellations in the zodiacܬܐܡܐClassical SyriacnameGemini (constellation and zodiac sign)astrology astronomy human-sciences mysticism natural-sciences philosophy sciencesin-plural
Constellations in the zodiacܬܘܪܐClassical Syriacnounsteer, bull, ox
Constellations in the zodiacܬܘܪܐClassical SyriacnameTaurus (constellation and zodiac sign)astrology astronomy human-sciences mysticism natural-sciences philosophy sciences
Constellations in the zodiacܬܘܪܐClassical Syriacnounamazement, wonderuncountable
Constellations in the zodiacܬܘܪܐClassical Syriacnounstupor, bewilderment, confusionuncountable
ContainerscrateEnglishnounA large open box or basket, used especially to transport fragile goods.
ContainerscrateEnglishnounA vehicle (car, aircraft, spacecraft, etc.) seen as unreliable.derogatory mildly slang
ContainerscrateEnglishnounIn the Rust programming language, a binary or library.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
ContainerscrateEnglishverbTo put into a crate.transitive
ContainerscrateEnglishverbTo keep in a crate.transitive
ContainersinkhornEnglishnounA small portable container, often made of horn, used to carry ink.archaic
ContainersinkhornEnglishnounPedantic, obscurely scholarly.attributive derogatory of vocabulary
ContainerskoriFinnishnounbasket
ContainerskoriFinnishnouncase, crate (for bottles, also unit of a bottled drink, typically 6, 12, or 24, bottles)
ContainerskoriFinnishnounmade of wickerin-compounds
ContainerskoriFinnishnounbodywork, auto bodyautomobile automotive transport vehicles
ContainerskoriFinnishnounbasket, goal (the goal in basketball; also a goal scored)hobbies lifestyle sports
ContainersphialEnglishnounA bottle or other vessel for containing a liquid; originally any such vessel, especially one for holding a beverage; now (specifically), a small, narrow glass bottle with a cap used to hold liquid chemicals, medicines, etc.dated
ContainersphialEnglishverbTo keep or put (something, especially a liquid) in, or as if in, a phial.transitive
ContainersθήκηAncient Greeknounbox, chest
ContainersθήκηAncient Greeknoungrave, tomb
ContainersθήκηAncient Greeknounsword sheath
CookingpoudrenMiddle EnglishverbTo powder; to turn into powder, usually by grinding.
CookingpoudrenMiddle EnglishverbTo preserve or ferment food; to add powder to food as to make it last.
CookingpoudrenMiddle EnglishverbTo place things (often decorative) on a surface; to spangle.
CookingpoudrenMiddle EnglishverbTo spread powder on to something; to douse something in powderrare
CookingpoudrenMiddle EnglishverbTo add spices or seasonings to a dish or meal.rare
CookingpoudrenMiddle EnglishverbTo make indentations on something.rare
CountriesKinaHawaiiannameChina (the country)
CountriesKinaHawaiiannamea female given name originating from the Bible, a spoken form of biblical Dina (“Dinah”)
CountriesLättiFinnishnameLatviadated
CountriesLättiFinnishnamea Finnish surname
Countries in AsiaAlaniaEnglishnameThe medieval kingdom of Alans (proto-Ossetians) that flourished in Northern Caucasus, roughly in the location of latter-day Circassia and modern North Ossetia-Alania, from the 8th or 9th century until 1238-39. Its capital was Maghas, and it controlled a vital trade route through the Darial Pass.historical
Countries in AsiaAlaniaEnglishnameNorth Ossetia-Alania, federal subject of Russia.colloquial
CrimeforgeryEnglishnounThe act of forging metal into shape.countable uncountable
CrimeforgeryEnglishnounThe act of forging, fabricating, or producing falsely; especially the crime of fraudulently making or altering a writing or signature purporting to be made by another, the false making or material alteration of or addition to a written instrument for the purpose of deceit and fraud.countable uncountable
CrimeforgeryEnglishnounThat which is forged, fabricated, falsely devised or counterfeited.countable uncountable
CrimeforgeryEnglishnounAn invention, creation.archaic countable uncountable
CrimeforgyngeMiddle Englishverbpresent participle of forgenform-of participle present
CrimeforgyngeMiddle Englishnouncreation, invention, fabricationuncountable
CrimeforgyngeMiddle Englishnounmetalworking, forging (of metal)rare uncountable
CrimejackingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of jackform-of gerund participle present
CrimejackingEnglishnounA street robbery.colloquial
Criminal law刑法Japanesenouncriminal law
Criminal law刑法Japanesenouncriminal code; penal codespecifically
CroakershardheadEnglishnounOne who is practical or hardheaded.
CroakershardheadEnglishnounA brown diving duck, Aythya australis, native to Australia.
CroakershardheadEnglishnounAny of certain saltwater sciaenid (Sciaenidae) fishes.
CroakershardheadEnglishnounMylopharodon conocephalus of fresh waters in California.
CroakershardheadEnglishnounAny of several weeds in or formerly classified in the genus Centaurea, particularly Russian knapweed (Acroptilon repens).
CroakershardheadEnglishnounResidual ore that failed to melt during a smelting process.engineering metallurgy natural-sciences physical-sciences
CroakershardheadEnglishnounClash or collision of heads in contest.obsolete
CroakershardheadEnglishnounA Scottish billon coin circulated in the reigns of Mary and James VI.historical
CtenophoresippiarsukGreenlandicnounskin bag, sewing kit
CtenophoresippiarsukGreenlandicnounsea walnut, warty comb jelly (Mnemiopsis leidyi)
CuckoosgawkEnglishnounA cuckoo.
CuckoosgawkEnglishnounA fool; a simpleton; a stupid or clumsy person.
CuckoosgawkEnglishverbTo stare or gape stupidly.
CuckoosgawkEnglishverbTo stare conspicuously.
CuckoosgawkEnglishverbTo suck.colloquial vulgar
CuckoosکوکوPersiannounPersian-style egg dish, somewhat comparable to Italian frittata or French quiche.
CuckoosکوکوPersiannouncuckoo, a bird
CurrenciesરૂપિયોGujaratinounrupee, the common name for the monetary currencies used in several countries, often abbreviated ૱.
CurrenciesરૂપિયોGujaratinouna foreign currency (usually of where the speaker is currently residing)colloquial
CurrenciesરૂપિયોGujaratinounmoney, wealth, riches
CurrenciesフランJapanesenounfranc (French, Luxembourgish and Belgian former currency)
CurrenciesフランJapanesenounA flan, a crème caramel.
CurrenciesフランJapanesenounfuranchemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciences
CurrencymotounMiddle EnglishnounThe meat of sheep or a piece of it; mutton.
CurrencymotounMiddle EnglishnounA sheep (of either gender) or its corpse.
CurrencymotounMiddle EnglishnounAn Anglo-French gold coin impressed with the image of a lamb.
CurrencymotounMiddle EnglishnounThe astrological sign Aries.rare
Currencyဘတ်Burmesenounbaht
Currencyဘတ်BurmeseverbObsolete spelling of ဖတ် (hpat, “to read”)alt-of obsolete
Custard apple family plantsalligator appleEnglishnounA tropical fruit tree, of species Annona glabra, that grows in swamps in the tropical Americas and West Africa.countable uncountable
Custard apple family plantsalligator appleEnglishnounFruit of Annona glabra, oblong to spherical and roughly apple-sized.countable uncountable
Cyclingbicycle rackEnglishnounA stationary rack in which bicycles may be parked; bicycle stand.
Cyclingbicycle rackEnglishnounA rack mounted on a vehicle for attaching a bicycle; bicycle carrier.
Cyclingbicycle rackEnglishnounA rack mounted on a bicycle for carrying luggage; luggage carrier.
Cypress family plantscadeEnglishadjabandoned by its mother and reared by handnot-comparable of an animal
Cypress family plantscadeEnglishnounAn animal brought up or nourished by hand.
Cypress family plantscadeEnglishverbTo make a pet of; to coddle, pamper, or spoil.
Cypress family plantscadeEnglishnounJuniperus oxycedrus (western prickly juniper), whose wood yields a tar.
Cypress family plantscadeEnglishnounA cask or barrel.archaic
DC ComicsDCUEnglishnounInitialism of Desert Camouflage Uniform.government military politics warUS abbreviation alt-of initialism
DC ComicsDCUEnglishnameInitialism of DC Universe; synonym of DCverse.abbreviation alt-of initialism
DC ComicsDCUEnglishnameInitialism of DC Cinematic Universe. The DC Comics based interconnected filmic universe to be launched in the 2020s, successor to the defunct DCEU cinematic universe.abbreviation alt-of initialism
Dancesoft shoeEnglishnounA kind of tap dancing performed in soft-soled shoes, popular in vaudeville.uncountable
Dancesoft shoeEnglishnounA speech, explanation, sales pitch, or other set of remarks delivered in a restrained or conciliatory manner in order to persuade, distract, or otherwise influence someone.idiomatic uncountable
Dancesoft shoeEnglishadjOf or pertaining to this kind of dancing.not-comparable
Dancesoft shoeEnglishadjCasual, low-key, easy-going.idiomatic not-comparable
Dancesoft shoeEnglishverbTo perform a dance of this kind.
Dancesduck walkEnglishnounA type of loaded walk in which the sportsman squats somewhat and steps forward or backward with his knees alternatingly while optionally carrying a dumbbell or kettlebell on each side or a kettlebell or cupped dumbbell between the legs.bodybuilding hobbies lifestyle sports
Dancesduck walkEnglishnounA means of acceleration, moving with each foot turned 45 degrees from the forward position.hobbies lifestyle skating sports
Dancesduck walkEnglishnounA dance or dance move, popularised in the 1950s by Chuck Berry, in which the dancer steps forwards crouching on bended knees while keeping the back straight and head erect.
Dancesduck walkEnglishverbTo move through use of the duck walk.
DancesminuetEnglishnounA slow graceful dance consisting of a coupé, a high step, and a balance.
DancesminuetEnglishnounA tune or air to regulate the movements of the minuet dance: it has the dance form, and is commonly in 3/4, sometimes 3/8, measure.entertainment lifestyle music
DancesminuetEnglishnounA complete short musical composition inspired by and conforming to many formal characteristics of the traditional musical accompaniment to the dance of same name.entertainment lifestyle music
DancesminuetEnglishnounA movement which is part of a longer musical composition such as a suite, sonata, or symphony which is inspired by and conforming to formal characteristics of the dance of same name.entertainment lifestyle music
DancesminuetEnglishverbTo dance a minuet.
Dancespaso dobleEnglishnounA fast Spanish ballroom dance in double time.
Dancespaso dobleEnglishnounThe music for such a dance, or for a march; used especially at bullfights.
Dancesrain danceEnglishnounA ceremonial dance intended to provoke rain.
Dancesrain danceEnglishnounAny sequence of arbitrary actions performed in order to achieve a goal.broadly
DancesstompEnglishverbTo trample heavily.intransitive transitive
DancesstompEnglishverbTo severely beat someone physically or figuratively.slang transitive
DancesstompEnglishverbTo crush grapes with one's feet to make winetransitive
DancesstompEnglishnounA deliberate heavy footfall; a stamp.
DancesstompEnglishnounA dance having a heavy, rhythmic step.
DancesstompEnglishnounThe jazz music for this dance.
DeathacquiescoLatinverbto repose, restconjugation-3
DeathacquiescoLatinverbto die, rest in deathconjugation-3 euphemistic
DeathacquiescoLatinverbto find comfort or pleasure (in); rejoice (in); occupy oneself (in/with)conjugation-3
DeathacquiescoLatinverbto be satisfied (with), acquiesce (in)conjugation-3
Deathdeath rattleEnglishnounThe raspy or gurgling sound sometimes made by a person while drawing in or expelling their final breaths before dying.
Deathdeath rattleEnglishnounThe sound of a batsman’s stumps being broken, so called because this leads to the batsman’s dismissal.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsbroadly
DeathperishEnglishverbTo decay and disappear; to waste away to nothing.intransitive
DeathperishEnglishverbTo decay in such a way that it cannot be used for its original purposeintransitive
DeathperishEnglishverbTo die; to cease to live.intransitive
DeathperishEnglishverbTo cause to perish.obsolete transitive
DeathreposeEnglishnounRest; sleep.countable dated uncountable
DeathreposeEnglishnounquietness; ease; peace; calmness.countable uncountable
DeathreposeEnglishnounThe period between eruptions of a volcano.geography geology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
DeathreposeEnglishnounA form of visual harmony that gives rest to the eye.art artscountable uncountable
DeathreposeEnglishverbTo lie at rest; to rest.intransitive
DeathreposeEnglishverbTo lie; to be supported.intransitive
DeathreposeEnglishverbTo lay, to set down.transitive
DeathreposeEnglishverbTo place, have, or rest; to set; to entrust.transitive
DeathreposeEnglishverbTo compose; to make tranquil.transitive
DeathreposeEnglishverbTo reside in something.intransitive
DeathreposeEnglishverbTo remain or abide restfully without anxiety or alarms.figuratively intransitive
DeathreposeEnglishverbTo die, especially of a saint.intransitive
DeathreposeEnglishverbTo pose again.transitive
DeathܩܣܛܘܢܪܐClassical Syriacnountorturer, executioner
DeathܩܣܛܘܢܪܐClassical Syriacnounguard, jailer
Decades30sEnglishnounThe decade of the 1930s.plural plural-only
Decades30sEnglishnounTemperatures from 30 to 39 degrees.plural plural-only
Decades30sEnglishnounAges from 30 to 39.plural plural-only
Decades30sEnglishnounThe numbers from 30 to 39.plural plural-only
DelphinidsgrampusEnglishnounThe killer whale, Orcinus orca.
DelphinidsgrampusEnglishnounRisso's dolphin, Grampus griseus, with a blunt nose.
DelphinidsgrampusEnglishnounThe hellbender salamander, Cryptobranchus alleganiensis.
DelphinidsgrampusEnglishnoungiant whip scorpion (Mastigoproctus giganteus)
DemocracydemokrātsLatviannoundemocrat (a supporter or advocate of democracy)declension-1 masculine
DemocracydemokrātsLatviannoundemocrat (a member of a democratic party, e.g., in the United States)declension-1 masculine
DemonymsAmericanessEnglishnounAlternative spelling of Americannessalt-of alternative uncountable
DemonymsAmericanessEnglishnounA female American.rare
DemonymsBagdadianEnglishadjAlternative form of Baghdadianalt-of alternative not-comparable
DemonymsBagdadianEnglishnounAlternative form of Baghdadianalt-of alternative
DemonymsCincinnatianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the city of Cincinnati in Ohio.
DemonymsCincinnatianEnglishnounAn inhabitant of Cincinnati.
DemonymsDelhianEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to, Delhi.not-comparable
DemonymsDelhianEnglishnounSomeone from Delhi.
DemonymsIávachIrishadjJavan, Javanesenot-comparable
DemonymsIávachIrishnounJavan, Javanesemasculine
DemonymsMongolEnglishnounA person from Mongolia; a Mongolian.
DemonymsMongolEnglishnounA member of any of the various Mongol ethnic groups living in The Mongolian People's Republic, the (former) USSR, Tibet and Nepal.
DemonymsMongolEnglishnounA person with Down's syndrome.dated offensive
DemonymsMongolEnglishnounA member of the nomadic people from the steppes of central Asia who invaded Europe in the 13th century.
DemonymsMongolEnglishnounA member of the Mongols Motorcycle Club of California, United States.
DemonymsMongolEnglishadjSynonym of Mongolian.
DemonymsMongolEnglishnameA Keram language spoken in Papua New Guinea (also known by its native name Mwakai).
DemonymsPhiladelphianEnglishnounA person who originates from or lives in Philadelphia.
DemonymsPhiladelphianEnglishnounA member of a 17th-century Protestant religious group in England.historical
DemonymsPhiladelphianEnglishadjOf or relating to Philadelphia.
DemonymsPhiladelphianEnglishadjOf or relating to the ancient king Ptolemy II Philadelphus.
DemonymsQatifiEnglishadjOf or relating to Qatif, Saudi Arabia.
DemonymsQatifiEnglishnounA person from, or an inhabitant of, Qatif.
Dental hygieneflossEnglishnounA thread used to clean the gaps between the teeth.countable uncountable
Dental hygieneflossEnglishnounRaw silk fibres.countable uncountable
Dental hygieneflossEnglishnounThe fibres covering a corncob etc.; the loose downy or silky material inside the husks of certain plants, such as beans.countable uncountable
Dental hygieneflossEnglishnounAny thread-like material having parallel strands that are not spun or wound around each other.countable uncountable
Dental hygieneflossEnglishnounSpun sugar or cotton candy, especially in the phrase "candy floss".Britain countable uncountable
Dental hygieneflossEnglishnounA body feather of an ostrich.countable uncountable
Dental hygieneflossEnglishnounA dance move in which the dancer repeatedly swings their arms, with clenched fists, from the back of their body to the front, on each side.countable uncountable
Dental hygieneflossEnglishverbTo clean the area between (the teeth) using floss.intransitive transitive
Dental hygieneflossEnglishverbTo show off, especially by exhibiting one's wealth or talent.slang
Dental hygieneflossEnglishverbTo perform the floss dance move.
Dental hygieneflossEnglishnounA small stream of water.UK
Dental hygieneflossEnglishnounFluid glass floating on iron in the puddling furnace, produced by the vitrification of oxides and earths which are present.
Dental hygieneflossEnglishnounThe common rush (Juncus effusus).Northern-England Scotland
DermatologywijnvlekDutchnounA wine stain (stain caused by wine).feminine
DermatologywijnvlekDutchnounA port-wine stain, a naevus flammeus.feminine
DessertscollyraLatinnouna kind of pastry of a round, elongated formdeclension-1
DessertscollyraLatinnounpasta, maccaroni, vermicellideclension-1
Devanagari letter namesघकारSanskritnounThe name of the Devanagari letter घ (gha).
Devanagari letter namesघकारSanskritnounthe sound of the घ letter, /ɡʱɐ/
Devanagari letter namesशकारSanskritnounThe name of the Devanagari letter श (śa).
Devanagari letter namesशकारSanskritnounthe sound of the श letter, /ɕɐ/
Diacritical marksగుడిTelugunounA circle
Diacritical marksగుడిTelugunounThe name of the secondary form of the vowel ఇ (i).
Diacritical marksగుడిTelugunounA temple
DialectsöstgötskaSwedishadjinflection of östgötsk: ## definite singular ## plural / definite singulardefinite form-of singular
DialectsöstgötskaSwedishadjinflection of östgötsk: ## definite singular ## plural / pluralform-of plural
DialectsöstgötskaSwedishnoundialect of the Swedish province Östergötlandalt-of common-gender dialectal
DirectivesinhibitionEnglishnounThe act of inhibiting.countable uncountable
DirectivesinhibitionEnglishnounA personal feeling of fear or embarrassment that stops one behaving naturally.human-sciences psychology sciencescountable uncountable
DirectivesinhibitionEnglishnounThe process of stopping or retarding a reaction.biochemistry biology chemistry microbiology natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
DirectivesinhibitionEnglishnounA writ from a higher court to an inferior judge to stay proceedings.lawcountable uncountable
DirectivesinhibitionEnglishnounA recusal.lawPhilippines countable uncountable
DirectivesinterdictEnglishnounA papal decree prohibiting the administration of the sacraments from a political entity under the power of a single person (e.g., a king or an oligarchy with similar powers). Extreme unction/Anointing of the Sick is excepted.
DirectivesinterdictEnglishnounAn injunction.lawScotland
DirectivesinterdictEnglishverbTo exclude (someone or somewhere) from participation in church services; to place under a religious interdict.Catholicism Christianity Roman-Catholicismtransitive
DirectivesinterdictEnglishverbTo forbid (an action or thing) by formal or legal sanction.transitive
DirectivesinterdictEnglishverbTo forbid (someone) from doing something.transitive
DirectivesinterdictEnglishverbTo impede (an enemy); to interrupt or destroy (enemy communications, supply lines etc).government military politics warUS transitive
DirectivesnoticeEnglishnounThe act of observing; perception.uncountable
DirectivesnoticeEnglishnounA written or printed announcement.countable
DirectivesnoticeEnglishnounA formal notification or warning.countable
DirectivesnoticeEnglishnounAdvance notification of termination of employment, given by an employer to an employee or vice versa.uncountable
DirectivesnoticeEnglishnounA published critical review of a play or the like.countable
DirectivesnoticeEnglishnounPrior notification.uncountable
DirectivesnoticeEnglishnounAttention; respectful treatment; civility.countable dated uncountable
DirectivesnoticeEnglishverbTo remark upon; to mention.archaic transitive
DirectivesnoticeEnglishverbTo become aware of; to observe.transitive
DirectivesnoticeEnglishverbTo lavish attention upon; to treat (someone) favourably.obsolete transitive
DirectivesnoticeEnglishverbTo be noticeable; to show.intransitive
DirectivestermEnglishnounThat which limits the extent of anything; limit, extremity, bound, boundary, terminus.
DirectivestermEnglishnounA chronological limitation or restriction, a limited timespan.
DirectivestermEnglishnounAny of the binding conditions or promises in a legal contract.
DirectivestermEnglishnounSpecifically, the conditions in a legal contract that specify the price and also how and when payment must be made.
DirectivestermEnglishnounA point, line, or superficies that limits.geometry mathematics sciencesarchaic
DirectivestermEnglishnounA word or phrase (e.g., noun phrase, verb phrase, open compound), especially one from a specialised area of knowledge; a name for a concept.
DirectivestermEnglishnounRelations among people.
DirectivestermEnglishnounPart of a year, especially one of the divisions of an academic year.
DirectivestermEnglishnounDuration of officeholding, or its limit; period in office of fixed length. / The time during which legal courts are open.
DirectivestermEnglishnounDuration of officeholding, or its limit; period in office of fixed length. / Certain days on which rent is paid.
DirectivestermEnglishnounDuration of officeholding, or its limit; period in office of fixed length.
DirectivestermEnglishnounWith respect to a pregnancy, the period during which birth usually happens (approximately 40 weeks from conception).
DirectivestermEnglishnounThe maximum period during which the patent can be maintained into force.of a patent
DirectivestermEnglishnounA menstrual period.archaic
DirectivestermEnglishnounAny value (variable or constant) or expression separated from another term by a space or an appropriate character, in an overall expression or table.mathematics sciences
DirectivestermEnglishnounThe subject or the predicate of a proposition; one of the three component parts of a syllogism, each one of which is used twice.human-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciences
DirectivestermEnglishnounAn essential dignity in which unequal segments of every astrological sign have internal rulerships which affect the power and integrity of each planet in a natal chart.astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
DirectivestermEnglishnounA statue of the upper body, sometimes without the arms, ending in a pillar or pedestal.art arts
DirectivestermEnglishnounA piece of carved work placed under each end of the taffrail.nautical transport
DirectivestermEnglishverbTo phrase a certain way; to name or call.
DirectivestermEnglishadjBorn or delivered at term.medicine sciencescolloquial not-comparable
DirectivestermEnglishnounA computer program that emulates a physical terminal.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesinformal
DirectivestermEnglishverbTo terminate one's employmentintransitive transitive
DirectivestermEnglishnounOne whose employment has been terminated
DiseaseszosterLatinnounThe shinglesdeclension-3
DiseaseszosterLatinnounA kind of sea shrubdeclension-3
DogsBelgian SheepdogEnglishnounOne of four variants of sheep herding dog bred in Belgium.
DogsBelgian SheepdogEnglishnounThe Groenendael variant of the above.
DogsasuIbannoundog (animal)
DogsasuIbanverbto hunt
DogschowEnglishnounFood, especially snacks.slang uncountable usually
DogschowEnglishnounUnripe, or partially ripened, fruit seasoned and served as a dish, e.g. pineapple chow or mango chow.Trinidad-and-Tobago uncountable usually
DogschowEnglishnounA Chow Chow.uncountable usually
DogschowEnglishnounA Chinese person.Australia archaic slang uncountable usually
DogschowEnglishverbTo eat.South-Africa slang
DogschowEnglishnounA prefecture or district of the second rank in China, or the chief city of such a district.
DogschowEnglishnounA run of three consecutive tiles of the same suit.board-games games mahjong
DogschowEnglishverbTo call a discarded tile to produce a chow.board-games games mahjong
DogsdoghouseEnglishnounAny small house or structure or enclosure used to house a dog.
DogsdoghouseEnglishnounA structure of small size, similar to a doghouse, but offering useful shelter for a human.
DogsdoghouseEnglishnounMechanically, an equipment cover with an opening, with a shape resembling a doghouse.
DogsdoghouseEnglishnounA difficult or demoralizing situation.nautical transport
DogsdoghouseEnglishnounA traffic signal with five sections: two on the bottom, two in the middle, and one on top.
DogsdoghouseEnglishnounAny shabby or disreputable establishment.informal
DogsgreyhoundEnglishnounA lean breed of dog used in hunting and racing.
DogsgreyhoundEnglishnounA highball cocktail of vodka and grapefruit juice.
DogsgreyhoundEnglishnounA swift steamer, especially an ocean steamer.dated
DogsgreyhoundEnglishverbTo leap rapidly across the surface of the water.of fish
DrinkingdrinkerEnglishnounAgent noun of drink; someone or something that drinks.agent form-of
DrinkingdrinkerEnglishnounSomeone who drinks alcoholic beverages on a regular basis.
DrinkingdrinkerEnglishnounA device from which animals can drink.
DrinkingdrinkerEnglishnounA pub.slang
EarthwormslumbricineEnglishadjof or pertaining to earthworms.not-comparable
EarthwormslumbricineEnglishnounAny earthworm in the suborder Lumbricina.
Eastern Orthodoxylast ritesEnglishnounFinal treatment of a dead man.lifestyle religionplural plural-only
Eastern Orthodoxylast ritesEnglishnounFinal treatment of a dead man. / The Catholic sacrament of Anointing of the Sick.lifestyle religionplural plural-only
EducationdarasaSwahilinounclassroom (room in a school)class-5 class-6
EducationdarasaSwahilinounclass periodclass-5 class-6
EducationdarasaSwahilinounlessonclass-5 class-6
EducationfaculteMiddle EnglishnounPower, skill, capability, capacity; the amount which someone is capable of.
EducationfaculteMiddle EnglishnounA domain or area of learning or study; a science or art.
EducationfaculteMiddle EnglishnounGoods or effects; that which one owns or holds to be of value.
EducationfaculteMiddle EnglishnounA division or department of a tertiary institution or the people working within it.rare
EducationfaculteMiddle EnglishnounSoftness or lack of firmness while touching.rare
EducationشاگردOttoman Turkishnounpupil, student
EducationشاگردOttoman Turkishnounnovice, apprentice
Electronicsremote controlEnglishnounA device used to operate an appliance (such as a television, vehicle, or mechanical toy) from a short distance away.countable
Electronicsremote controlEnglishnounA means of operating a device from a distance.uncountable
EmotionsagitaEnglishnoundyspepsiaUS uncountable
EmotionsagitaEnglishnounmental aggravation; annoyanceUS uncountable
EmotionsdeynenMiddle EnglishverbTo consider worth notice.
EmotionsdeynenMiddle EnglishverbTo condescendingly grant or allow.
EmotionsdeynenMiddle EnglishverbTo bless; to approve.rare
EmotionsdeynenMiddle EnglishverbTo scorn; to disdain.rare
EmotionsdispiritedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of dispiritform-of participle past
EmotionsdispiritedEnglishadjWithout energy, gusto or drive, enervated, without the will to accomplish, disheartened.
EmotionsenemyMiddle EnglishnounAn enemy, foe, or adversary: / An opponent of the true religion.
EmotionsenemyMiddle EnglishnounAn enemy, foe, or adversary: / A hostile combatant.
EmotionsenemyMiddle EnglishnounAn enemy, foe, or adversary: / The Devil; Satan.Christianity
EmotionsenemyMiddle EnglishnounA malign or hostile force.
EmotionsenemyMiddle EnglishnounHostility; enmity.
EmotionsfeblyMiddle EnglishadvSadly, sorrowfully; in an upset or unhappy way.
EmotionsfeblyMiddle EnglishadvInfirmly or weakly; in a way lacking physical strength.rare
EmotionsfeblyMiddle EnglishadvNervously; in a way lacking willpower or bravery.rare
EmotionsfeblyMiddle EnglishadvFaintly or poorly; in a way lacking power or quality.rare
EmotionsfleoLatinverbto weep, cryconjugation-2 intransitive
EmotionsfleoLatinverbto lament, bewail, grieve forconjugation-2 transitive
EmotionsinvidensLatinverblooking askance or maliciously at, casting an evil eye uponactive declension-3 form-of one-termination participle present
EmotionsinvidensLatinverbbeing prejudiced against someone or influenced by prejudice / begrudging; refusing, denying; hindering, preventingactive broadly declension-3 figuratively form-of one-termination participle present
EmotionsinvidensLatinverbbeing prejudiced against someone or influenced by prejudice / envying; emulating, aspiring to rivalactive broadly declension-3 figuratively form-of one-termination participle present
EmotionsmalfeliĉoEsperantonoununhappinessuncountable
EmotionsmalfeliĉoEsperantonounmisfortuneuncountable
EmotionsrewthfullyMiddle Englishadvsadly, sorrily, distressingly
EmotionsrewthfullyMiddle Englishadvfeebly, piteously
EmotionsrewthfullyMiddle Englishadvthankfully, fortunately
EmotionssadnesseMiddle Englishnoundenseness, solidness, hardnessuncountable
EmotionssadnesseMiddle Englishnounfirmness, steadfastnessuncountable
EmotionssadnesseMiddle Englishnounseriousness, gravityuncountable
EmotionssadnesseMiddle EnglishnounA solid thing.rare uncountable
EmotionsteerMiddle EnglishnounA tear (drop of liquid from the eyes): / A tear as a symptom of disease or injury.
EmotionsteerMiddle EnglishnounA tear (drop of liquid from the eyes): / An emotionally-triggered tear (e.g. ecstasy, remorse, sadness, sympathy)
EmotionsteerMiddle EnglishnounA drop of liquid resembling a teardrop.
EmotionsteerMiddle EnglishnounThe feeling of teariness or distress.figuratively
EmotionsteerMiddle EnglishadjOf good quality or manners.
EmotionsteerMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of ter (“tar”)alt-of alternative
EmotionsteerMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of teren (“to ruin by removing or splitting”)alt-of alternative
Emotions鬱々Japaneseadjmelancholy, gloomy
Emotions鬱々Japaneseadvmelancholically, gloomily
EnglishOld EnglishEnglishnameThe ancestor language of Modern English, also called Anglo-Saxon, spoken in most of Britain from about 400 to 1100.history human-sciences linguistics sciences
EnglishOld EnglishEnglishnameArchaic English (Early Modern English) or Middle English speech or writing, or an imitation of this: "old" English.colloquial nonstandard proscribed
EnglishOld EnglishEnglishnameThe form of black letter used by 16th-century English printers.media publishing typographyhistorical
EnglishOld EnglishEnglishnameA historical ethnic group in Ireland descended from Norman invaders from Britain from the 12th century to the 17th century.history human-sciences sciencesIreland
EquestrianismbaneachlachIrishnounfemale courier, messengerliterary masculine
EquestrianismbaneachlachIrishnounhorsewomanmasculine
EquidsmuilDutchnounAn animal's mouth and muzzle or snoutmasculine
EquidsmuilDutchnounA person's facederogatory masculine
EquidsmuilDutchnounA funny, angry ... face one makes, facial expressionmasculine
EquidsmuilDutchverbinflection of muilen: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / first-person singular present indicativefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
EquidsmuilDutchverbinflection of muilen: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / imperativeform-of imperative
EquidsmuilDutchnounA flat type of footwearas plural diminutive muiltjes masculine usually
EquidsmuilDutchnounA mule, an equine crossbreed between a stallion (horse) and a she-ass (donkey)masculine
EquidszebroidEnglishnounA cross between a zebra and any other equine animal, but especially a horse.
EquidszebroidEnglishadjOf or pertaining to such a cross.
EquidszebroidEnglishadjOf or pertaining to a zebra; zebrine.
Ericales order plantsteaEnglishnounThe tea plant (Camellia sinensis); (countable) a variety of this plant.uncountable
Ericales order plantsteaEnglishnounThe dried leaves or buds of the tea plant; (countable) a variety of such leaves.uncountable
Ericales order plantsteaEnglishnounThe drink made by infusing these dried leaves or buds in hot water.uncountable
Ericales order plantsteaEnglishnounAny drink which is similar to Camellia sinensis tea in some way: / Any similar drink made by infusing parts of various other plants.uncountable
Ericales order plantsteaEnglishnounAny drink which is similar to Camellia sinensis tea in some way: / Meat stock served as a hot drink.in-compounds uncountable
Ericales order plantsteaEnglishnounAny drink which is similar to Camellia sinensis tea in some way: / Any drink which is similar to Camellia sinensis tea in some waycountable uncountable
Ericales order plantsteaEnglishnounA cup or (East Asia, Southern US) glass of any of these drinks, often with milk, sugar, lemon, and/or tapioca pearls.Commonwealth Northern US countable
Ericales order plantsteaEnglishnounA light midafternoon meal, typically but not necessarily including tea.UK uncountable
Ericales order plantsteaEnglishnounSynonym of supper, the main evening meal, whether or not it includes tea.Commonwealth uncountable
Ericales order plantsteaEnglishnounThe break in play between the second and third sessions.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
Ericales order plantsteaEnglishnounSynonym of marijuana.countable dated slang uncountable
Ericales order plantsteaEnglishnounInformation, especially gossip.countable slang uncountable
Ericales order plantsteaEnglishnounHot chocolate.Nigeria countable uncountable
Ericales order plantsteaEnglishverbTo drink tea.intransitive
Ericales order plantsteaEnglishverbTo take afternoon tea (the light meal).intransitive
Ericales order plantsteaEnglishverbTo give tea to.transitive
Ericales order plantsteaEnglishnounA moment, a historical unit of time from China, about the amount of time needed to quickly drink a traditional cup of tea. It is now found in Chinese-language historical fiction.
EthicslawelesMiddle EnglishadjNot following the law or discipline; unruly, disorderly.
EthicslawelesMiddle EnglishadjNot governed by or having information of any law.
EthicslawelesMiddle EnglishadjBeing an outlaw or criminal.rare
EthicsvertulesMiddle EnglishadjPowerless, ineffective (in an occultic or astrological context)rare
EthicsvertulesMiddle EnglishadjImmoral; lacking a sense of ethics or morality.rare
EthnicitySainaTok PisinnameChina (a country in Asia)
EthnicitySainaTok PisinnounA Chinese or East Asian person
EthnonymsBajauEnglishnounAn island in Indonesia (part of the Riau Islands) with the coordinate location 3°7'31.84"N, 106°18'38.30"E.geography natural-sciences
EthnonymsBajauEnglishnounThe indigenous people native to Bajau island (part of modern-day Indonesia), these ethnic group nowadays predominantly inhabit the Bajau island and its adjacent regions in Indonesia and also expanded to the southern Philippines.anthropology ethnology human-sciences sciences
EthnonymsBajauEnglishnameThe native language spoken by the Bajau people (the indigenous of Bajau island in Indonesia).human-sciences linguistic linguistics sciences
EthnonymsBihariEnglishadjOf, from or pertaining to Bihar or the Biharis.not-comparable
EthnonymsBihariEnglishnameA person from Bihar or of Bihari descent.countable
EthnonymsBihariEnglishnameA group of Indo-Aryan languages spoken in Bihar and the surrounding states in India.uncountable
EthnonymsHanEnglishnameAn imperial Chinese dynasty, ruling (with interruptions) from 206 BC to AD 220, marked by the expansion of the Yellow River's Huaxia culture to the recent conquests of the Qin and a flowering of economic, literary, and scientific development
EthnonymsHanEnglishnameThe Chinese ethnicity, when distinguished from other peoples of the Chinese state
EthnonymsHanEnglishnameA river in central China.
EthnonymsHanEnglishnameAn ancient Chinese county, viscounty, and kingdom of the Zhou dynasty and the Qin–Han interregnum
EthnonymsHanEnglishnameThe realm of this former state under other rulers
EthnonymsHanEnglishnameThe star Zeta Ophiuchi in traditional Chinese astronomy, named for this stateastronomy natural-sciences
EthnonymsHanEnglishnameA surname.
EthnonymsHanEnglishnameA former canal in China, connecting Hancheng (now Yangzhou) on the Yangtze with Mokou (now Huai'an) on the Huai.history human-sciences sciences
EthnonymsHanEnglishnameA surname from Korean.
EthnonymsHanEnglishnameA First Nations people of Canada and an Alaska Native Athabaskan people of the Athabaskan-speaking ethnolinguistic group.
EthnonymsHanEnglishnameThe Northern Athabaskan language spoken by the Han people, or Hän Hwëch'in, in Alaska and the Yukon.
EthnonymsSirayaEnglishnameAn aboriginal people from Taiwan
EthnonymsSirayaEnglishnameThe Formosan language of the Siraya people
EthnonymsSirayaEnglishadjRelating to the Siraya people
ExplosiveslandmineEnglishnounAlternative spelling of land minealt-of alternative
ExplosiveslandmineEnglishverbTo sow (an area) with land mines.transitive
Extinct languagesHunnicEnglishadjRelating to the Huns.
Extinct languagesHunnicEnglishnameThe language of the Huns.
EyeflorMiddle Englishnounfloor (bottom surface of a room or building)
EyeflorMiddle Englishnounfloor (level or story of a building)
EyeflorMiddle EnglishnounA flat area or platform (often for preparation)
EyeflorMiddle EnglishnounThe surface of the earth, especially when flat; a plain.
EyeflorMiddle EnglishnounThe substructure or support of a building.rare
EyeflorMiddle EnglishnounThe bottom of one's eyelid or eyelash.rare
EyeflorMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of flouralt-of alternative
FabricsSaxonyEnglishnameA historic realm and modern state of Germany.
FabricsSaxonyEnglishnounA fine soft woollen fabric.countable uncountable
FabricsSaxonyEnglishnounSaxony yarn, or flannel made from this or similar yarn.countable uncountable
FabricsangoraEnglishnounA Turkish Angora cat.countable uncountable
FabricsangoraEnglishnounA goat of a domesticated breed that produces mohair..countable uncountable
FabricsangoraEnglishnounA rabbit belonging to the Angora rabbit breed, one of the oldest domestic breeds of rabbits in the world, raised chiefly in Europe for its silky and long hair (a subspecies of the European rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus).countable uncountable
FabricsangoraEnglishnounThe hair of angora rabbits or angora goats, used to make textiles.countable uncountable
FabricsangoraEnglishnounThe fabric made from the hair of angora rabbits or angora goats.countable uncountable
FabricsbumpEnglishnounA light blow or jolting collision.countable uncountable
FabricsbumpEnglishnounThe sound of such a collision.countable uncountable
FabricsbumpEnglishnounA protuberance on a level surface.countable uncountable
FabricsbumpEnglishnounA swelling on the skin caused by illness or injury.countable uncountable
FabricsbumpEnglishnounOne of the protuberances on the cranium which, in phrenology, are associated with distinct faculties or affections of the mind. Also (dated, metonymically) the faculty itselfcountable obsolete uncountable
FabricsbumpEnglishnounThe point, in a race in which boats are spaced apart at the start, at which a boat begins to overtake the boat ahead.hobbies lifestyle rowing sportscountable uncountable
FabricsbumpEnglishnounThe swollen abdomen of a pregnant woman.countable uncountable
FabricsbumpEnglishnounA post in an Internet forum thread made in order to raise the thread's profile by returning it to the top of the list of active threads.Internet countable uncountable
FabricsbumpEnglishnounA temporary increase in a quantity, as shown in a graph.countable uncountable
FabricsbumpEnglishnounA dose of a drug such as ketamine or cocaine, when snorted recreationally.countable slang uncountable
FabricsbumpEnglishnounA disco dance in which partners rhythmically bump each other's hips together.countable uncountable
FabricsbumpEnglishnounIn skipping, a single jump over two consecutive turns of the rope.countable uncountable
FabricsbumpEnglishnounA coarse cotton fabric.uncountable
FabricsbumpEnglishnounA training match for a fighting dog.countable uncountable
FabricsbumpEnglishnounThe jaw of either of the middle pockets.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle snooker sportscountable slang uncountable
FabricsbumpEnglishnounMusic, especially played over speakers at loud volume with strong bass frequency response.US slang uncountable
FabricsbumpEnglishnounA reassignment of jobs within an organization (for example, when an existing employee leaves) on the basis of seniority.countable uncountable
FabricsbumpEnglishnounIn the game of khanhoo, the act of claiming a newly discarded card when it is not one's turn, permitted when one can use the card to form a meld other than a sequence.card-games gamescountable uncountable
FabricsbumpEnglishverbTo knock against or run into with a jolt.
FabricsbumpEnglishverbTo move up or down by a step; displace.
FabricsbumpEnglishverbTo post in an Internet forum thread in order to raise the thread's profile by returning it to the top of the list of active threads.Internet
FabricsbumpEnglishverbTo suddenly boil, causing movement of the vessel and loss of liquid.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesof a superheated liquid
FabricsbumpEnglishverbTo move (a booked passenger) to a later flight because of earlier delays or cancellations.transitive
FabricsbumpEnglishverbTo move the time of (a scheduled event).transitive
FabricsbumpEnglishverbTo pick (a lock) with a repeated striking motion that dislodges the pins.transitive
FabricsbumpEnglishverbTo make a loud, heavy, or hollow noise; to boom.archaic intransitive
FabricsbumpEnglishverbTo spread out material so as to fill any desired number of pages.media printing publishingdated
FabricsbumpEnglishverbTo assassinate; to bump off.slang transitive
FabricsbumpEnglishverbTo displace (another employee in an organization) on the basis of seniority.transitive
FabricsbumpEnglishverbTo anger, irritate.colloquial dated
FabricsbumpEnglishverbIn the game of khanhoo, to claim a newly discarded card when it is not one's turn, permitted when one can use the card to form a meld other than a sequence.card-games games
FabricsbumpEnglishintjPosted in an Internet forum thread in order to raise the thread's profile by returning it to the top of the list of active threads.Internet
FabricsbumpEnglishnounThe breeding call made by the bittern; a boom.countable uncountable
FabricsbumpEnglishverbOf a bittern, to make its characteristic breeding call.
FabricshorsehairEnglishnounThe hair of a horse, especially from the mane and tail, used for upholstery.countable uncountable
FabricshorsehairEnglishnounA fabric made from this.countable uncountable
FacefrountMiddle EnglishnounThe front; the forward side of something: / The front of the head; the face or forehead.
FacefrountMiddle EnglishnounThe front; the forward side of something: / The front or head of an army.
FacefrountMiddle EnglishnounThe front; the forward side of something: / The front of a building or property.
FacefrountMiddle EnglishnounA frontal projection or point.rare
FacefrountMiddle EnglishnounA drape over an altar.rare
Fagales order plantsbukLower Sorbiannounbeech (tree of genus Fagus)masculine
Fagales order plantsbukLower SorbiannounEuropean beech, Fagus sylvaticamasculine specifically
FamilyakakMalaynounolder sister
FamilyakakMalaynounolder sibling (rare)
FamilyakakMalaynounterm of address for a female acquaintance who is a bit older
FamilydatukMalaynounA father of someone's parent; a grandfather.
FamilydatukMalaynounA form of address to one's grandfather or someone of a similar age.
FamilydatukMalaynounA form of address to someone who possesses the title of Datuk.
FamilydatukMalaynounA form of address to a police officer or by a police officer to their superior.archaic
FamilydatukMalaynounA type of ghost.
FamilydatukMalaynounAn idol.
FamilydatukMalaynounA form of address to tigers.informal
FamilyhayeʼNavajonounhis son
FamilyhayeʼNavajonounhis nephew (brother’s son)
FamilymamaQuechuanounmother
FamilymamaQuechuanounmadam, lady
FamilymamaQuechuanounnest, homefiguratively
FamilymamaQuechuanounveingeography geology natural-sciences
FamilymamaQuechuanounmatrixmathematics sciences
FamilymonogamyEnglishnounA form of sexual bonding involving a permanent pair bond between two beings.countable uncountable
FamilymonogamyEnglishnounThe practice of being married to one person as opposed to multiple.countable uncountable
FamilyܙܘܘܓܐClassical Syriacnounmarriage, wedding
FamilyܙܘܘܓܐClassical Syriacnounmatrimony, wedlock
FamilyܙܘܘܓܐClassical Syriacnounspouse
FamilyܙܘܘܓܐClassical Syriacnouncopulation, coition, sexual intercourse
FamilyܙܘܘܓܐClassical Syriacnouncoupling, cohabitation
FamilyდედაGeorgiannounmother
FamilyდედაGeorgiannounnun
Family육촌Koreannounsecond cousin (male or female)
Family육촌Koreannounfirst cousin twice removed (male or female)
Family memberscosynMiddle EnglishnounA member of one's family; one's partner, relative or their partner: / One's progeny; those who descend from one's lineage.
Family memberscosynMiddle EnglishnounA member of one's family; one's partner, relative or their partner: / A nibling (niece or nephew); a child of one's brother or sister
Family memberscosynMiddle EnglishnounA member of one's family; one's partner, relative or their partner: / One's direct cousin; a child of one's aunt or uncle.
Family memberscosynMiddle EnglishnounA member of one's family; one's partner, relative or their partner: / Something bearing similarity to something else.rare
FandomfansignEnglishnounA photograph of a person with an inscription (often on the body or a piece of paper) used on the Internet as an autograph of a celebrity or as a sign of love for a celebrity from a fanInternet
FandomfansignEnglishnounA meet-and-greet with a K-pop artist where fans can ask questions, receive autographs, take photos or receive hugs.
Fans (people)ShavianEnglishadjOf or relating to George Bernard Shaw or his works.not-comparable
Fans (people)ShavianEnglishadjOf or relating to the Shavian alphabet.not-comparable
Fans (people)ShavianEnglishnounAn admirer of Shaw, or an advocate of his ideas.
FarewellsvaleEnglishnounA valley.poetic
FarewellsvaleEnglishintjFarewell.
FastenersbuckleEnglishnounA metal clasp with a hinged tongue or a spike through which a belt or strap is passed and penetrated by the tongue or spike, in order to fasten the ends of the belt together or to secure the strap to something else. / Some other form of clasp used to fasten two things together.broadly
FastenersbuckleEnglishnounA metal clasp with a hinged tongue or a spike through which a belt or strap is passed and penetrated by the tongue or spike, in order to fasten the ends of the belt together or to secure the strap to something else. / An image of a clasp (sense 1) used as the brisure of an eighth daughter.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicsCanada
FastenersbuckleEnglishnounA great conflict or struggle.
FastenersbuckleEnglishverbTo fasten (something) using a buckle (noun sense 1); hence (obsolete), to fasten (something) in any way.transitive
FastenersbuckleEnglishverbTo apply (oneself) to, or prepare (oneself) for, a task or work; also (obsolete), to equip (oneself) for a battle, expedition, etc.figuratively reflexive transitive
FastenersbuckleEnglishverb(Britain, dialectal (especially Scotland) or humorous) To unite (people) in marriage; to marry. / To unite (people) in marriage; to marry.Britain figuratively transitive
FastenersbuckleEnglishverbTo apply oneself to or prepare for a task or work.figuratively intransitive
FastenersbuckleEnglishverb(Britain, dialectal (especially Scotland) or humorous) To unite with someone in marriage; to marry. / To unite with someone in marriage; to marry.Britain figuratively intransitive
FastenersbuckleEnglishverbTo participate in some contest or labour; to join in close fight; to contend.dialectal figuratively intransitive
FastenersbuckleEnglishverbTo cause (something) to bend, or to become distorted.transitive
FastenersbuckleEnglishverbTo curl (hair).obsolete transitive
FastenersbuckleEnglishverbOf a thing (especially a slender structure under compression): to collapse or distort under physical pressure.intransitive
FastenersbuckleEnglishverbOf a person: to (suddenly) cease resisting pressure or stress; to give in or give way, to yield.figuratively intransitive
FastenersbuckleEnglishnounA distortion; a bend, bulge, or kink.countable
FastenersbuckleEnglishnounA distortion; a bend, bulge, or kink. / An upward, elongated displacement of a roof membrane, frequently occurring over deck joints or insulation, which may indicate movement of the roof assembly.business construction manufacturing roofingcountable uncountable
FastenersbuckleEnglishnounUsually preceded by a descriptive word: a cake baked with fresh fruit (often blueberries) and a streusel topping.baking cooking food lifestyleCanada US countable
FastenersbuckleEnglishnounA curl of hair, especially a kind of crisp curl formerly worn; also (countable, uncountable), the state of hair being curled in this manner.countable obsolete
FastenerschốtVietnamesenouna bolt; fastening pin; linchpin
FastenerschốtVietnamesenouna central pillar; central axis component
FastenerschốtVietnamesenouna checkpoint
FastenerschốtVietnamesenounthe crux; essential pointfiguratively
FastenerschốtVietnameseverbto bolt
FearخيفةArabicnounverbal noun of خَافَ (ḵāfa) (form I)form-of noun-from-verb
FearخيفةArabicnounfear, fright
FearرهبةArabicnounverbal noun of رَهِبَ (rahiba) (form I)form-of noun-from-verb
FearرهبةArabicnounfear, terror, alarm
FearرهبةArabicnounmonastic life
FearرهبةArabicnounmonasticism
FemaleילדהHebrewnoungirl (female child)
FemaleילדהHebrewnounwoman: can be a compliment or an insult
FemaleילדהHebrewverbThird-person feminine singular past (suffix conjugation) of יָלַד (yalád): (she/it) gave birth.feminine form-of past prefix singular third-person
FemaleชีThainounpriest.archaic
FemaleชีThainounfemale priest; priestess; religieuse.
FemaleชีThainoun(แม่~, นาง~, ยาย~) female lay renunciant: laywoman who has her own hair and eyebrows shaved, vows to adhere to ศีลแปด (“Eight Precepts”), and is often seen wearing a white robe.Buddhism lifestyle religion
FemaleชีThainoun(แม่~, นาง~) nun.Christianity
FemaleชีThainounmayfly: any insect of the order Ephemeroptera.
FemaleชีThainouncoriander: the plant Coriandrum sativum of the family Apiaceae.
FemaleชีThainameChi River, the longest river in Thailand.
FemaleชีThaiverbto diffuse; to spread; to scatter.of a downy substance
FemaleชีThaiprona third person pronoun, originally used to address a woman or effeminate man, now used irrespective of the sex of the addressee: he, she, they, etc.humorous slang
Female family membersammaLatinnouna nocturnal bird, perhaps the screech owlLate-Latin declension-1 feminine
Female family membersammaLatinnounamma; a spiritual mother or abbess in early monasticism, a Desert MotherLate-Latin declension-1 feminine
Female family membersnovercaLatinnounstepmotherdeclension-1 feminine
Female family membersnovercaLatinnouna person, people, etc. who adopts the role of being a mother, especially to a foreigner.broadly declension-1 feminine
Female family memberssister-out-lawEnglishnounThe sister of one's boyfriend or girlfriend.
Female family memberssister-out-lawEnglishnounGirlfriend of one's brother or sister.
Female family memberssister-out-lawEnglishnounThe sister of one's ex-spouse.
Female family membersお姉さんJapanesenounelder sister: used as term of address to one's own older sister, and to refer to other people's older sistershonorific
Female family membersお姉さんJapanesenounyoung woman, young lady
Female peopleskivvyEnglishnounA female domestic servant, especially one employed for menial work.dated
Female peopleskivvyEnglishnounA prostitute.government military politics warslang
Female peopleskivvyEnglishnounA close-fitting, long-sleeved T-shirt with a rolled collar.Australia New-Zealand US
Female peopleskivvyEnglishverbTo perform menial work; to do chores, like a servant.intransitive
FernskiviyrttiFinnishnounany plant of the genus Woodsia
FernskiviyrttiFinnishnounthe genus Woodsiain-plural
FestivalsRayaEnglishnameA surname.
FestivalsRayaEnglishnounEllipsis of Hari Raya Aidilfitri., Eid al-Fitr, the Muslim festival that marks the end of the Ramadan fast.Malaysia abbreviation alt-of ellipsis informal
FictionsmurfyEnglishadjShort and blue.
FictionsmurfyEnglishadjUnusually cheery, like the smurfs.
Fictional abilitiesmetamorphoseEnglishverbTo undergo metamorphosis.intransitive of a moth or insect
Fictional abilitiesmetamorphoseEnglishverbTo undergo some transformation.broadly intransitive
Fictional abilitiesmetamorphoseEnglishverbTo transform (something) so that it has a completely different appearance.transitive
Fictional charactersSherlockEnglishnameAn English surname transferred from the nickname.
Fictional charactersSherlockEnglishnameA male given name transferred from the surname, of rare usage.
Fictional charactersSherlockEnglishnameA detective (from Sherlock Holmes), especially used sarcastically to address somebody who has stated the obvious.humorous
Fictional charactersSherlockEnglishverbTo deduce.informal
Fictional charactersSherlockEnglishverbTo search.informal
Fictional charactersSherlockEnglishverbTo obsolete a unique feature in third-party software by introducing a similar or identical feature to the OS or a first-party program/app.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesslang
Fictional characterstrollsonaEnglishnounA troll alter ego or self-insert character created by a fan.
Fictional characterstrollsonaEnglishnounA persona used by an internet troll.Internet
FinancepipeMiddle EnglishnounA pipe; a piece of tubing used as a channel (often for fluids): / A piece of tubing which string or rope is inserted into.
FinancepipeMiddle EnglishnounA pipe; a piece of tubing used as a channel (often for fluids): / A syringe; a hollow tube for medical removal or insertion.medicine sciences
FinancepipeMiddle EnglishnounA pipe; a piece of tubing used as a channel (often for fluids): / Any other medical device or equipment based around a chamber or pipe.
FinancepipeMiddle EnglishnounA pipe; a piece of tubing used as a channel (often for fluids): / A pipe (musical instrument) or a similar wind instrument.
FinancepipeMiddle EnglishnounA pipe; a piece of tubing used as a channel (often for fluids): / A pipe as part of a musical instrument (e.g. bagpipes)rare
FinancepipeMiddle EnglishnounA barrel or tub; a container or vessel for the storage of bulk goods, especially wine.
FinancepipeMiddle EnglishnounA unit measuring the mass or amount (equivalent to such a container).
FinancepipeMiddle EnglishnounA record of a payment or audit acting as part of the Pipe Rolls.
FinancepipeMiddle EnglishnounAn anatomical or bodily channel or passage, especially one used for respiration.
FinancepipeMiddle EnglishnounA tube-shaped support or holder; something resembling a pipe but not used as one.rare
FinancepipeMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of pipenalt-of alternative
FirefireEnglishnounA (usually self-sustaining) chemical reaction involving the bonding of oxygen with carbon or other fuel, with the production of heat and the presence of flame or smouldering.uncountable
FirefireEnglishnounAn instance of this chemical reaction, especially when intentionally created and maintained in a specific location to a useful end (such as a campfire or a hearth fire).countable
FirefireEnglishnounThe occurrence, often accidental, of fire in a certain place, causing damage and danger.countable
FirefireEnglishnounThe aforementioned chemical reaction of burning, considered one of the Classical elements or basic elements of alchemy.alchemy human-sciences philosophy pseudoscience sciencesuncountable
FirefireEnglishnounA heater or stove used in place of a real fire (such as an electric fire).Britain countable
FirefireEnglishnounThe elements necessary to start a fire.countable
FirefireEnglishnounThe bullets or other projectiles fired from a gun or other ranged weapon.uncountable
FirefireEnglishnounA planned bombardment by artillery or similar weapons, or the capability to deliver such.countable
FirefireEnglishnounA barrage, volleycountable figuratively
FirefireEnglishnounAn instance of firing one or more rocket engines.aerospace astronautics business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
FirefireEnglishnounStrength of passion, whether love or hate.countable uncountable
FirefireEnglishnounLiveliness of imagination or fancy; intellectual and moral enthusiasm.countable uncountable
FirefireEnglishnounSplendour; brilliancy; lustre; hence, a star.countable uncountable
FirefireEnglishnounA severe trial; anything inflaming or provoking.countable uncountable
FirefireEnglishnounRed coloration in a piece of opal.countable uncountable
FirefireEnglishadjAmazing; excellent.not-comparable predicative slang
FirefireEnglishverbTo set (something, often a building) on fire.transitive
FirefireEnglishverbTo heat as with fire, but without setting on fire, as ceramic, metal objects, etc.transitive
FirefireEnglishverbTo drive away by setting a fire.transitive
FirefireEnglishverbTo terminate the employment contract of (an employee), especially for cause (such as misconduct or poor performance).transitive
FirefireEnglishverbTo terminate a contract with a client; to drop a client.broadly transitive
FirefireEnglishverbTo shoot (a gun, rocket/missile, or analogous device).transitive
FirefireEnglishverbTo shoot a gun, cannon, or similar weapon.intransitive
FirefireEnglishverbTo operate a rocket engine to produce thrust.aerospace astronautics business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
FirefireEnglishverbTo set off an explosive in a mine.business miningtransitive
FirefireEnglishverbTo shoot; to attempt to score a goal.hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
FirefireEnglishverbTo cause an action potential in a cell.medicine physiology sciencesintransitive
FirefireEnglishverbTo forcibly direct (something).transitive
FirefireEnglishverbTo initiate an event (by means of an event handler).computer-sciences computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwareintransitive transitive
FirefireEnglishverbTo inflame; to irritate, as the passions.transitive
FirefireEnglishverbTo be irritated or inflamed with passion.dated intransitive
FirefireEnglishverbTo animate; to give life or spirit to.
FirefireEnglishverbTo feed or serve the fire of.
FirefireEnglishverbTo light up as if by fire; to illuminate.transitive
FirefireEnglishverbTo cauterize.farriery hobbies horses lifestyle pets sportstransitive
FirefireEnglishverbTo catch fire; to be kindled.dated intransitive
FirefireEnglishintjcommand to shoot with firearms
Fireon fireEnglishprep_phraseBeing burned by fire.
Fireon fireEnglishprep_phraseOverwhelmed with emotion; beside oneself.idiomatic
Fireon fireEnglishprep_phraseExcited, enthusiastic or passionate.idiomatic
Fireon fireEnglishprep_phraseDoing very well; achieving good results at a rapid rate.idiomatic
Fireon fireEnglishprep_phraseSexually aroused.idiomatic informal
FirearmsAREnglishadjInitialism of autoregressive.mathematics sciences statisticsabbreviation alt-of initialism not-comparable
FirearmsAREnglishnounan AR-15 personal semi-automatic rifle, M-16 assault rifle, M-4 carbine, derivative or related gun; the Armalite AR family and derivatives.engineering government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponrycountable
FirearmsAREnglishnounan assault rifle or automatic rifle.engineering government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponrycountable informal
FirearmsAREnglishnounInitialism of androgen receptor.biochemistry biology chemistry microbiology natural-sciences physical-sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
FirearmsAREnglishnounInitialism of accounts receivable.accounting business financeabbreviation alt-of initialism plural plural-only uncountable
FirearmsAREnglishnounarea record: best achievement among those by persons from a given continenthobbies lifestyle sportscountable
FirearmsAREnglishnounAbbreviation of American record., national record for the United States.hobbies lifestyle sportsUS abbreviation alt-of countable
FirearmsAREnglishnounInitialism of armed robbery.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
FirearmsAREnglishnounInitialism of augmented reality.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism uncountable
FirearmsAREnglishnounInitialism of aspect ratio.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism
FirearmsAREnglishnounalternate realitycountable uncountable
FirearmsAREnglishnounInitialism of atmospheric river.climatology meteorology natural-sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
FirearmsAREnglishnounInitialism of artificial respiration.emergency-medicine medicine sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
FirearmsAREnglishnounInitialism of acknowledgment of receipt.hobbies lifestyle philatelyabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
FirearmsAREnglishnounInitialism of assembly resolution.government law politicsabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
FirearmsAREnglishnamePostal abbreviation of Arkansas
FirearmsAREnglishnameAbbreviation of Arunachal Pradesh. (a state of India)abbreviation alt-of
FirearmsarskaFinnishnounSynonym of aurinko (“Sun”).colloquial
FirearmsarskaFinnishnounThe rifle AR-15 and its many variants.colloquial
Firearmscop-killerEnglishnounA person who deliberately kills an on-duty police officer.
Firearmscop-killerEnglishnounA Teflon-coated bullet.US slang
FirearmsyagerEnglishnounA heavy, muzzle-loading hunting rifleUS obsolete
FirearmsyagerEnglishnounA Jäger, an elite soldier of the Austrian army
FishfoxfishEnglishnounA fox shark or sea fox.
FishfoxfishEnglishnounA common dragonet (Callionymus lyra), of European waters.
FishfoxfishEnglishnounAn Australian fish, Bodianus frenchii, and related species.
FishfoxfishEnglishnounCertain species in the genus Siganus with distinctive black stripes on the face.
FishvarSwedishadvwhere; at which placenot-comparable
FishvarSwedishconjwhere; the situation in which
FishvarSwedishdeteverydated
FishvarSwedishdeteach; per person/thing involved
FishvarSwedishnounpus; a mixture of dead bacteria and white blood cells, occurring in areas of infections ncommon-gender neuter uncountable
FishvarSwedishnounpillowcase ncommon-gender neuter
FishvarSwedishnounvarious species of flatfish of the family Scophthalmidae, such as megrim, whiff, butt, turbot ccommon-gender neuter
FishvarSwedishverbpast indicative of vara: was, wereform-of indicative past
FishvarSwedishverbimperative of varaform-of imperative
FishJapanesecharactergrade-2-kanji kanji no-gloss
FishJapanesenouna fish
FishJapanesenouna fishKagoshima archaic dialectal
FishJapanesenouna fish, especially when used as food
FishJapanesenouna side dish, specifically referring to fish
FishJapanesenouna fish
FishJapanesenounShort for 魚鱗 (gyorin): fish scalesabbreviation alt-of
FishJapaneseaffixfish
FishJapaneseaffixfishlike
FishingtrawlingEnglishnounA commercial fishing technique in which a net is dragged by a moving boat. Not to be confused with trolling, which drags (one or more) lines.countable uncountable
FishingtrawlingEnglishnounA laborious search.countable uncountable
FishingtrawlingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of trawlform-of gerund participle present
FlaxhecklerEnglishnounOne who heckles; somebody who insults, makes fun of, or teases.
FlaxhecklerEnglishnounAn aircraft flying attack missions at night.government military politics warUS slang
FlaxhecklerEnglishnounAlternative form of hackler (“worker who separates flax”)alt-of alternative
FlowersIndian paintbrushEnglishnounA herbaceous perennial plant of the genus Castilleja.uncountable
FlowersIndian paintbrushEnglishnounGaillardia pulchella (Indian blanket, firewheel), a flowering plant of southern US, from Arizona to Florida, and northern Mexico.uncountable
FlowersIndian paintbrushEnglishnounAsclepias tuberosa (butterfly weed), a milkweed of eastern North America.uncountable
FlowersIndian paintbrushEnglishnounHieracium spp. (certain hawkweeds).uncountable
FlowersglobeflowerEnglishnounTrollius europaeus, a plant with globe-shaped flowers.
FlowersglobeflowerEnglishnounTrollius laxus, a similar American plant.
FlowersglobeflowerEnglishnounMore generally, any plant of the genus Trollius.
FlowersneļķeLatviannouncarnationdeclension-5 feminine
FlowersneļķeLatviannounpink (flower)declension-5 feminine
FlowerstapaytapayCebuanonounany member of the genus Celosia; woolflower or cockscomb
FlowerstapaytapayCebuanonounany plant of the species Acalypha hispida
FlowerstapaytapayCebuanonouna huntsman spider; any member of the family Sparassidae
Food and drinkchicken soupEnglishnounAny soup made with either pieces of chicken or chicken broth as its main ingredient, often thought to cure everyday illnesses such as the common cold.countable uncountable
Food and drinkchicken soupEnglishnounA cure for a wide variety of illnesses or other problems.countable figuratively uncountable
Food and drinkchicken soupEnglishnounA mixed-up mush.countable figuratively uncountable
Food and drinkchicken soupEnglishnounThe aqueous solution of nutrients used in the Viking lander biological experiments to detect microbial Martian life.biochemistry biology chemistry microbiology natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable historical slang uncountable
FoodsbrötaVilamoviannouna roast (big portion of meat, usually fried in the oven)
FoodsbrötaVilamovianverbto bake
FoodsmashEnglishnounA mass of mixed ingredients reduced to a soft pulpy state by beating or pressure; a mass of anything in a soft pulpy state.uncountable
FoodsmashEnglishnounGround or bruised malt, or meal of rye, wheat, corn, or other grain (or a mixture of malt and meal) steeped and stirred in hot water for making the wort.beverages brewing business food lifestyle manufacturingcountable uncountable
FoodsmashEnglishnounMashed potatoes.UK countable uncountable
FoodsmashEnglishnounA mixture of meal or bran and water fed to animals.countable uncountable
FoodsmashEnglishnounA mess; trouble.countable obsolete uncountable
FoodsmashEnglishverbTo convert into a mash; to reduce to a soft pulpy state by beating or pressuretransitive
FoodsmashEnglishverbIn brewing, to convert (for example malt, or malt and meal) into the mash which makes wort.transitive
FoodsmashEnglishverbTo press down hard (on).intransitive transitive
FoodsmashEnglishverbTo press.Southern-US informal transitive
FoodsmashEnglishverbTo prepare a cup of tea in a teapot; to brew (tea).Northern-England UK transitive
FoodsmashEnglishverbTo act violently.archaic intransitive
FoodsmashEnglishverbTo press (a button) rapidly and repeatedly.games gaminginformal transitive
FoodsmashEnglishnounA mesh.obsolete
FoodsmashEnglishverbTo flirt, to make eyes, to make romantic advances.
FoodsmashEnglishnounAn infatuation, a crush, a fancy.obsolete
FoodsmashEnglishnounA dandy, a masher.obsolete
FoodsmashEnglishnounThe object of one’s affections (regardless of sex).obsolete
FoodsmashEnglishnounA gun.Multicultural-London-English countable slang
FoodsmashEnglishnounAlternative form of maash (“mung bean”)alt-of alternative
FoodsnasiDutchnounIndonesian-style processed rice (mainly about fried rice in general)masculine uncountable
FoodsnasiDutchnounIndonesian-style processed rice (mainly about fried rice in general) / nasi goreng: Indonesian fried rice (originally from Javanese cuisine)masculine uncountable
FoodssyrupEnglishnounAny thick liquid that has a high sugar content and which is added to or poured over food as a flavouring.countable uncountable
FoodssyrupEnglishnounAny viscous liquid.broadly countable uncountable
FoodssyrupEnglishnounAnything overly sweet or sentimental.countable figuratively uncountable
FoodssyrupEnglishnounA wig.Cockney countable slang uncountable
FoodssyrupEnglishverbTo convert or process into syrup.transitive
FoodssyrupEnglishverbTo add syrup to.transitive
FoodssyrupEnglishverbTo sabotage (a vehicle) by pouring syrup into the gas tank.transitive
FoodsÉierchenLuxembourgishnounkidney (as food)in-plural neuter
FoodsÉierchenLuxembourgishnounDiminutive of Ouer (“ear”)diminutive form-of neuter
Foodsపచ్చడిTelugunounchutney, hotchpotch.
Foodsపచ్చడిTelugunounsort of broth, or green sauce, made of vegetables, mixed with tamarind juice, salt, and chillies
Foodsపచ్చడిTelugunounbit or fragment
Foodsభోజ్యముTeluguadjedible, fit to eat, eatable.
Foodsభోజ్యముTelugunounfood
FoodsẹkaYorubanouncorn, maizeEkiti
FoodsẹkaYorubanounbranch, offshoot
FoodsẹkaYorubanoundepartment, unit, sectionbroadly
FoodsẹkaYorubanoundialecthuman-sciences linguistics sciencesbroadly
FoodsẹkaYorubanountype
FoodsẹkaYorubanounrecitation, (in particular) reciting a dirge
Football (soccer)vongurFaroesenounwing (birds, bats and insects)masculine
Football (soccer)vongurFaroesenounwing, aerofoil, airfoilmasculine
Football (soccer)vongurFaroesenounwing (of a building)masculine
Football (soccer)vongurFaroesenounouter forward (football, etc.)masculine
Football (soccer)vongurFaroesenounpart of the football field at the sidelinemasculine
FootwearbarefootEnglishadjWearing nothing on the feet.not-comparable
FootwearbarefootEnglishadjOf a vehicle on an icy road: not using snow chains.informal not-comparable
FootwearbarefootEnglishadjTransmitting without the use of an amplifier.not-comparable slang
FootwearbarefootEnglishadvWearing nothing on the feet.not-comparable
FootwearbarefootEnglishadvTransmitting without the use of an amplifier.not-comparable
FootweargumbootEnglishnounA type of boot made of rubber.Australia Britain New-Zealand countable uncountable
FootweargumbootEnglishnounA style of popular music traditionally associated with gold miners.South-Africa uncountable
FootweargumbootEnglishnounGeneric black tea.New-Zealand countable uncountable
FootweargumbootEnglishnounA chiton (kind of marine mollusc).countable uncountable
Footwearknee-highEnglishadjReaching to the height of a person's knees.not-comparable
Footwearknee-highEnglishadjVery youngbroadly not-comparable
Footwearknee-highEnglishnounA sock or stocking that reaches to the knees; chiefly, women's nylon stockings that end slightly above the knee and supported by garter belts.US plural-normally
FootwearstilettoEnglishnounA small, slender knife or dagger-like weapon intended for stabbing.
FootwearstilettoEnglishnounA rapier.
FootwearstilettoEnglishnounAn awl.
FootwearstilettoEnglishnounA woman's shoe with a tall, slender heel (called a stiletto heel).
FootwearstilettoEnglishnounA beard trimmed into a pointed form.historical obsolete
FootwearstilettoEnglishverbTo attack or kill with a stiletto (dagger).transitive
FootwearܦܢܬܐClassical Syriacnounopisthenar; instepanatomy medicine sciences
FootwearܦܢܬܐClassical Syriacnounvamp, instep
ForestswoldEnglishnounAn unforested or deforested plain, a grassland, a moor.archaic regional
ForestswoldEnglishnounA wood or forest, especially a wooded upland.obsolete
ForestswoldEnglishadjOld.Devon West-Country archaic dialectal
Forms of governmentaristocracyEnglishnounThe nobility, or the hereditary ruling class.countable uncountable
Forms of governmentaristocracyEnglishnounGovernment by such a class, or a state with such a governmentcountable uncountable
Forms of governmentaristocracyEnglishnounA class of people considered (not normally universally) superior to otherscountable uncountable
Forms of governmenttyrannyEnglishnounA government in which a single ruler (a tyrant) has absolute power; this system of government.countable uncountable
Forms of governmenttyrannyEnglishnounThe office or jurisdiction of an absolute ruler.countable uncountable
Forms of governmenttyrannyEnglishnounAbsolute power, or its use.countable uncountable
Forms of governmenttyrannyEnglishnounA system of government in which power is exercised on behalf of the ruler or ruling class, without regard to the wishes of the governed.countable uncountable
Forms of governmenttyrannyEnglishnounExtreme severity or rigour.countable uncountable
FourčetrinieksLatviannounfour, number four (digit or figure)declension-1 masculine
FourčetrinieksLatviannounfour (B, good, a school grade)declension-1 masculine
FourčetrinieksLatviannounsomething with the number four on itdeclension-1 masculine
FourčetrinieksLatviannounfour (people, animals, objects) together; a sports team consisting of four peopledeclension-1 masculine
FoxesموسڠMalaynouncivet (cat-like animal)
FoxesموسڠMalaynounfox (Vulpes vulpes)
FranceFrancophoneEnglishadjFrench-speaking.not-comparable
FranceFrancophoneEnglishnounA person who speaks French, especially as their mother tongue.
FruitsalunquaEnglishnounA twining plant, Marsdenia australis, native to Australia.
FruitsalunquaEnglishnounThe fruit of the alunqua; bush cucumber, bush banana.
FruitsbobbyEnglishnounA police officer.Australia Britain Ireland slang
FruitsbobbyEnglishnounA railway signaller.Australia Britain Ireland slang
FruitsbobbyEnglishnounA penis.Scotland slang
FruitsbobbyEnglishnounCocaine.Multicultural-London-English
FruitsbobbyEnglishnounA calf that is slaughtered in its first month, usually because it has no mother or because it is undersized or otherwise defective.
FruitsbobbyEnglishnounA banana that is extra small in size.
FruitsdamsonEnglishnounA subspecies of plum tree, Prunus domestica subsp. insititia, native to Eurasia.
FruitsdamsonEnglishnounThe edible fruit of this tree.
FruitsdamsonEnglishadjThe color of the fruit of this tree, a very deep purple.
FruitsguaranaEnglishnounA tree, Paullinia cupana, native to Venezuela and northern Brazil.
FruitsguaranaEnglishnounThe fruit from this tree.
FruitsguaranaEnglishnounAn edible paste prepared from the seeds of the tree, formed into round or oblong cakes.
FruitsmanaferrëAlbaniannounblackberryfeminine
FruitsmanaferrëAlbaniannounblackberry bushfeminine
FruitsplommeMiddle Englishnounplum
FruitsplommeMiddle Englishnounplum tree
FruitsਅਨਾਰPunjabinounpomegranate (fruit or tree)
FruitsਅਨਾਰPunjabinounfountain
FurniturebureauEnglishnounAn administrative unit of government; office.
FurniturebureauEnglishnounAn organization or office for collecting or providing information or news.
FurniturebureauEnglishnounAn office (room where clerical or professional duties are performed).
FurniturebureauEnglishnounA desk, usually with a cover and compartments that are located above the level of the writing surface rather than underneath, and often used for storing papers.Britain
FurniturebureauEnglishnounA chest of drawers for clothes.Northeastern US
FurnitureթախտArmeniannounthronedialectal
FurnitureթախտArmeniannounplank-bed
FurnitureթախտArmeniannounottoman, sofa, couch (without back or arms)
GaitssliderenMiddle EnglishverbTo skid or slip; to lose one's traction or balance.
GaitssliderenMiddle EnglishverbTo slide; to move down on a surface.
GaitssliderenMiddle EnglishverbTo grease; to cover with oil.rare
GaitssliderenMiddle EnglishverbTo drop; to shower.rare
GamespleyenMiddle EnglishverbTo entertain; to play or engage in recreation or sports: / To engage in a game or sport, especially for money.
GamespleyenMiddle EnglishverbTo entertain; to play or engage in recreation or sports: / To entertain oneself; to play or engage in recreation with oneself
GamespleyenMiddle EnglishverbTo entertain; to play or engage in recreation or sports: / To go on a holiday or a journey for the purpose of enjoyment.
GamespleyenMiddle EnglishverbTo entertain; to play or engage in recreation or sports: / To jump satisfactorily; bounce gleefully.
GamespleyenMiddle EnglishverbTo entertain; to play or engage in recreation or sports: / To copulate and/or engage in foreplay.
GamespleyenMiddle EnglishverbTo frolic or bounce around.
GamespleyenMiddle EnglishverbTo bet or wager something in a game.
GamespleyenMiddle EnglishverbTo engage in social behaviour; to make small-talk.
GamespleyenMiddle EnglishverbTo act in a certain manner; to act like (something or someone): / To imitate or deceive; to recast or recreate a past event.
GamespleyenMiddle EnglishverbTo act in a certain manner; to act like (something or someone): / To participate in a theatrical production.
GamespleyenMiddle EnglishverbTo play music; to sing and/or play an instrument.
GamespleyenMiddle EnglishverbTo plaw; to reach the boiling point.
GamespleyenMiddle EnglishverbTo provide entertainment, happiness or fun; to participate in a performance that is neither theatrical or musical.rare
GamespleyenMiddle EnglishverbTo work at; do something as one's job, career, or living.rare
GamespleyenMiddle EnglishverbTo support a legal plea or allegation.
GamespleyenMiddle EnglishverbTo produce proof or evidence for a plea.
GamestagEnglishnounA small label.
GamestagEnglishnounA children's chasing game in which one player (known as "it") attempts to touch another, who then becomes "it".uncountable
GamestagEnglishnounA skin tag, an excrescence of skin.
GamestagEnglishnounA type of cardboard.
GamestagEnglishnounGraffiti in the form of a stylized signature particular to the artist.
GamestagEnglishnounA dangling lock of sheep's wool, matted with dung; a dung tag.
GamestagEnglishnounAn attribution in narrated dialogue (eg, "he said") or attributed words (e.g. "he thought").authorship broadcasting communications film journalism literature media publishing television writinginformal
GamestagEnglishnounThe last line (or last two lines) of a song's chorus that is repeated to indicate the end of the song.entertainment lifestyle music
GamestagEnglishnounThe last scene of a TV program, often focusing on the program's subplot.broadcasting media television
GamestagEnglishnounA vehicle number plate; a medal bearing identification data (animals, soldiers).US
GamestagEnglishnounAn instance of touching the baserunner with the ball or the ball in a gloved hand to rule him "out."ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
GamestagEnglishnounA piece of markup representing an element in a markup language.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
GamestagEnglishnounA keyword, term, or phrase associated with or assigned to data, media, and/or information enabling keyword-based classification; often used to categorize content.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
GamestagEnglishnounAny slight appendage, as to an article of dress; something slight hanging loosely.
GamestagEnglishnounA metallic binding, tube, or point, at the end of a string, or lace, to stiffen it.
GamestagEnglishnounThe end, or catchword, of an actor's speech; cue.
GamestagEnglishnounSomething mean and paltry; the rabble.
GamestagEnglishnounA sheep in its first year.
GamestagEnglishnounAny short peptide sequence artificially attached to proteins mostly in order to help purify, solubilize or visualize these proteins.biochemistry biology chemistry microbiology natural-sciences physical-sciences
GamestagEnglishnounA person's name.slang
GamestagEnglishverbTo label (something).transitive
GamestagEnglishverbTo mark (something) with one's graffiti tag.transitive
GamestagEnglishverbTo remove dung tags from a sheep.transitive
GamestagEnglishverbTo hit the ball hard.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportscolloquial transitive
GamestagEnglishverbto have sex with someone (especially a man of a woman)slang transitive vulgar
GamestagEnglishverbTo put a runner out by touching them with the ball or the ball in a gloved hand.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
GamestagEnglishverbTo mark with a tag (metadata for classification).computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
GamestagEnglishverbTo attach the name of (a user) to a posted message so that they are linked from the post and possibly sent a notification.Internet transitive
GamestagEnglishverbTo follow closely, accompany, tag along.
GamestagEnglishverbTo catch and touch (a player in the game of tag).transitive
GamestagEnglishverbTo fit with, or as if with, a tag or tags.transitive
GamestagEnglishverbTo fasten; to attach.
GamestagEnglishnounA decoration drawn over some Hebrew letters in Jewish scrolls.
GemsamberEnglishnounAmbergris, the waxy product of the sperm whale.countable obsolete uncountable
GemsamberEnglishnounA hard, generally yellow to brown translucent or transparent fossil resin from extinct coniferous trees of the pine genus, used for jewellery, decoration and later dissolved as a binder in varnishes. One variety, blue amber, appears blue rather than yellow under direct sunlight.countable uncountable
GemsamberEnglishnounA yellow-orange colour.countable uncountable
GemsamberEnglishnounThe intermediate light in a set of three traffic lights, which when illuminated indicates that drivers should stop short of the intersection when safe to do so.Britain countable uncountable
GemsamberEnglishnounThe stop codon (nucleotide triplet) "UAG", or a mutant which has this stop codon at a premature place in its DNA sequence.biochemistry biology chemistry genetics medicine microbiology natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
GemsamberEnglishnounHesitance to proceed, or limited approval to proceed; an amber light.uncountable
GemsamberEnglishadjOf a brownish yellow colour, like that of most amber.
GemsamberEnglishverbTo perfume or flavour with ambergris.rare transitive
GemsamberEnglishverbTo preserve in amber.rare transitive
GemsamberEnglishverbTo cause to take on the yellow colour of amber.literary poetic rare transitive
GemsamberEnglishverbTo take on the yellow colour of amber.intransitive literary poetic rare
GemspearlEnglishnounA shelly concretion, usually rounded, and having a brilliant luster, with varying tints, found in the mantle, or between the mantle and shell, of certain bivalve mollusks, especially in the pearl oysters and river mussels, and sometimes in certain univalves. It is usually due to a secretion of shelly substance around some irritating foreign particle. Its substance is the same as nacre, or mother-of-pearl. Round lustrous pearls are used in jewellery.countable uncountable
GemspearlEnglishnounSomething precious.countable figuratively uncountable
GemspearlEnglishnounA capsule of gelatin or similar substance containing liquid for e.g. medicinal application.countable uncountable
GemspearlEnglishnounNacre, or mother-of-pearl.countable uncountable
GemspearlEnglishnounA whitish speck or film on the eye.countable uncountable
GemspearlEnglishnounA fish allied to the turbot; the brill.countable uncountable
GemspearlEnglishnounA light-colored tern.countable uncountable
GemspearlEnglishnounOne of the circle of tubercles which form the bur on a deer's antler.countable uncountable
GemspearlEnglishnounThe size of type between diamond and agate, standardized as 5-point.media printing publishing typographydated uncountable
GemspearlEnglishnounA fringe or border.countable uncountable
GemspearlEnglishnounA jewel or gem.countable obsolete uncountable
GemspearlEnglishnounA valuable little nugget of information; especially, an aphorism or tip that is operationally useful for decision-making.countable figuratively uncountable
GemspearlEnglishnounThe clitoris.countable euphemistic slang uncountable vulgar
GemspearlEnglishnounShort for pearl tapioca.abbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
GemspearlEnglishnounArgent, in blazoning by precious stones.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicscountable uncountable
GemspearlEnglishverbTo set or adorn with pearls, or with mother-of-pearl.figuratively sometimes transitive
GemspearlEnglishverbTo cause to resemble pearls in shape; to make into small round grains.transitive
GemspearlEnglishverbTo cause to resemble pearls in lustre or iridescence.transitive
GemspearlEnglishverbTo resemble pearl or pearls.intransitive
GemspearlEnglishverbTo hunt for pearlsintransitive
GemspearlEnglishverbTo sink the nose of one's surfboard into the water, often on takeoff.hobbies lifestyle sports surfingintransitive
GemspearlEnglishverbOf the nose of the surfboard: to sink in this manner.hobbies lifestyle sports surfingintransitive
GemsrubyMiddle EnglishnounA ruby (red precious stone)
GemsrubyMiddle EnglishnounA precious individual.figuratively
GemsrubyMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of robbenalt-of alternative
GemstopazEnglishnounA silicate mineral of aluminium and fluorine, usually tinted by impurities.uncountable usually
GemstopazEnglishnounAn often clear, yellowish-brown gemstone cut from this.uncountable usually
GemstopazEnglishnounA yellowish-brown color, like that of the gemstone.uncountable usually
GemstopazEnglishnounOr (gold or yellow), in blazoning by precious stones.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicsuncountable usually
GemstopazEnglishnounA black Catholic soldier in the British Army.British India historical uncountable usually
GemstopazEnglishnounEither of two species of very large hummingbirds in the genus Topaza.uncountable usually
GemstopazEnglishnounA ruby-topaz hummingbird, Chrysolampis mosquitus, the male of which has bright ruby feathers on the head and topaz on the throatuncountable usually
GemstopazEnglishadjOf a yellowish-brown color, like that of the gemstone.
GenitaliacocksicleEnglishnounA cold or frozen penis.slang vulgar
GenitaliacocksicleEnglishnounA penis.slang vulgar
Genitaliaman-meatEnglishnounHuman flesh consumed as meat.uncountable
Genitaliaman-meatEnglishnounAn attractive, sexually-enticing man, or a group of such men.slang uncountable
Genitaliaman-meatEnglishnounA man's penis.slang uncountable vulgar
GenitaliaramrodEnglishnounDevice used with muzzleloaders to push the projectile up against the propellant.engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponry
GenitaliaramrodEnglishnounRanch or trail foreman, usually the first or second person in charge. The person responsible for getting the work done.
GenitaliaramrodEnglishnounAn erect penis.slang
GenitaliaramrodEnglishverbTo force.transitive
GenitaliatailEnglishnounThe caudal appendage of an animal that is attached to its posterior and near the anus.anatomy medicine sciences
GenitaliatailEnglishnounAn object or part of an object resembling a tail in shape, such as the thongs on a cat-o'-nine-tails.
GenitaliatailEnglishnounThe back, last, lower, or inferior part of anything.
GenitaliatailEnglishnounThe feathers attached to the pygostyle of a bird.
GenitaliatailEnglishnounThe tail-end of an object, e.g. the rear of an aircraft's fuselage, containing the tailfin.
GenitaliatailEnglishnounThe rear structure of an aircraft, the empennage.
GenitaliatailEnglishnounThe visible stream of dust and gases blown from a comet by the solar wind.astronomy natural-sciences
GenitaliatailEnglishnounThe latter part of a time period or event, or (collectively) persons or objects represented in this part.
GenitaliatailEnglishnounThe part of a distribution most distant from the mode; as, a long tail.mathematics sciences statistics
GenitaliatailEnglishnounOne who surreptitiously follows another.
GenitaliatailEnglishnounThe lower order of batsmen in the batting order, usually specialist bowlers.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
GenitaliatailEnglishnounThe lower loop of the letters in the Roman alphabet, as in g, q or y.media publishing typography
GenitaliatailEnglishnounThe side of a coin not bearing the head; normally the side on which the monetary value of the coin is indicated; the reverse.in-plural
GenitaliatailEnglishnounAll the last terms of a sequence, from some term on.mathematics sciences
GenitaliatailEnglishnounThe buttocks or backside.US colloquial
GenitaliatailEnglishnounThe penis of a person or animal.slang
GenitaliatailEnglishnounSexual intercourse.slang uncountable
GenitaliatailEnglishnounThe stern; the back of the kayak.
GenitaliatailEnglishnounA train or company of attendants; a retinue.
GenitaliatailEnglishnounThe distal tendon of a muscle.anatomy medicine sciences
GenitaliatailEnglishnounA filamentous projection on the tornal section of each hind wing of certain butterflies.biology entomology natural-sciences
GenitaliatailEnglishnounA downy or feathery appendage of certain achens, formed of the permanent elongated style.
GenitaliatailEnglishnounA portion of an incision, at its beginning or end, which does not go through the whole thickness of the skin, and is more painful than a complete incision; called also tailing.medicine sciences surgery
GenitaliatailEnglishnounOne of the strips at the end of a bandage formed by splitting the bandage one or more times.
GenitaliatailEnglishnounA rope spliced to the strap of a block, by which it may be lashed to anything.nautical transport
GenitaliatailEnglishnounThe part of a note which runs perpendicularly upward or downward from the head; the stem.entertainment lifestyle music
GenitaliatailEnglishnounA tailing.business mining
GenitaliatailEnglishnounThe bottom or lower portion of a member or part such as a slate or tile.architecture
GenitaliatailEnglishnounA tailcoat.colloquial dated
GenitaliatailEnglishnounSynonym of pigtail (“a short length of twisted electrical wire”)business electrical electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
GenitaliatailEnglishverbTo follow and observe surreptitiously.transitive
GenitaliatailEnglishverbTo hold by the end; said of a timber when it rests upon a wall or other support; with in or intoarchitecture
GenitaliatailEnglishverbTo swing with the stern in a certain direction; said of a vessel at anchor.nautical transport
GenitaliatailEnglishverbTo follow or hang to, like a tail; to be attached closely to, as that which can not be evaded.
GenitaliatailEnglishverbTo pull or draw by the tail.
GenitaliatailEnglishadjLimited; abridged; reduced; curtailed.law
GenitaliatailEnglishnounLimitation of inheritance to certain heirs.law
Geographyaxis of rotationEnglishnounThe axis about which any body rotates.
Geographyaxis of rotationEnglishnounThe line joining the North Pole and South Pole about which the Earth rotates daily.
GeographyܢܚܠܐClassical Syriacnountorrent
GeographyܢܚܠܐClassical Syriacnounriver, stream, wadi, gully
GeographyܢܚܠܐClassical Syriacnoungorge, valley
GeographyܢܚܠܐClassical Syriacnounsifter
GeographyܢܚܠܐClassical Syriacnounsiftinguncountable
GeographyܢܚܠܐClassical Syriacnounsuperstitious choosing of timesuncountable
GeologyokhạtaChoctawnounsea
GeologyokhạtaChoctawnounlake
GeologyokhạtaChoctawnounbay
GeologyokhạtaChoctawnoungulf
GermanyWest GermanyEnglishnameThe Federal Republic of Germany, distinguished from the German Democratic Republic ("East Germany").historical
GermanyWest GermanyEnglishnameThe former areas of the Republic during that time, distinguished from the former East German areas.since 1990
GermanyWest GermanyEnglishnameCollectively, the British-, French-, and American-occupied zones of Germany, distinguished from the Soviet-occupied zone.historical uncommon
GodDemiurgeEnglishnameThe subordinate being that fashions the perceptible world in the light of eternal ideas.
GodDemiurgeEnglishnameA prideful, inferior being that creates the material world; frequently identified with the creator God of the Hebrew Bible.Gnosticism lifestyle religion
GodsDianaEnglishnameThe daughter of Latona and Jupiter, and twin sister of Apollo; the goddess of the hunt, associated wild animals and the forest or wilderness, and an emblem of chastity; the Roman counterpart of Artemis.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesRoman
GodsDianaEnglishname78 Diana, a main belt asteroid.astronomy natural-sciences
GodsDianaEnglishnameA female given name from Latin.
GodsDianaEnglishnounA Diana monkey.
GodsⲅⲏCopticnameGaia, the greek goddess of the Earth.Sahidic
GodsⲅⲏCopticnameEarth.Sahidic
GodsⲅⲏCopticnamelandSahidic
GodsⲑⲱⲧⲑCopticnameThoth, the Egyptian god of knowledge, writing, magic, and the moon.Bohairic Sahidic
GodsⲑⲱⲧⲑCopticnameJanuary.Bohairic Sahidic
Gossamer-winged butterfliesopalEnglishnounA mineral consisting, like quartz, of silica, but inferior to quartz in hardness and specific gravity, of the chemical formula SiO₂·nH₂O.chemistry geography geology mineralogy natural-sciences physical-sciences
Gossamer-winged butterfliesopalEnglishnounA mineral consisting, like quartz, of silica, but inferior to quartz in hardness and specific gravity, of the chemical formula SiO₂·nH₂O. / A precious gem, an iridescent gemstone found in the opal-silica mineral substrate (potch)chemistry gemology geography geology jewelry lifestyle mineralogy natural-sciences physical-sciences
Gossamer-winged butterfliesopalEnglishnounA colloquial name used in molecular biology referring to a particular stop codon sequence, "UGA."biochemistry biology chemistry genetics medicine microbiology natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
Gossamer-winged butterfliesopalEnglishnounAny of various lycaenid butterflies of the genus Nesolycaena.
Gourd family plantsmanrootEnglishnounA flowering plant in the gourd family (Cucurbitaceae), genus Marah, native to western North America.
Gourd family plantsmanrootEnglishnounAny of two species of morning glory / Ipomoea leptophylla
Gourd family plantsmanrootEnglishnounAny of two species of morning glory / Ipomoea pandurata
GrainsσῖτοςAncient Greeknoungrain, corn (in the British sense, encompassing wheat and barley, the cereal grains used by the ancient Greeks)
GrainsσῖτοςAncient Greeknoungrains and lentils
GrainsσῖτοςAncient Greeknounbread (as opposed to meat)
GrainsσῖτοςAncient Greeknounfood (as opposed to drink)
GrammarfallFaroesenounfall, dropneuter
GrammarfallFaroesenouncase (linguistics)neuter
GrassesmaarianheinäFinnishnounany plant of the genus Hierochloe
GrassesmaarianheinäFinnishnounthe genus Hierochloein-plural
GreeceAnthemusLatinnameA town of Macedonia situated south-east of Thessalonicadeclension-3
GreeceAnthemusLatinnameA town in Mesopotamiadeclension-3
GreeceAnthemusLatinnameA river of Colchisdeclension-3
GreeceIcarianEnglishadjOf or relating to the mythological Icarus.
GreeceIcarianEnglishadjRelating to Icarianism.
GreeceIcarianEnglishadjComing from the island of Icaria.
GreeceIcarianEnglishnounA follower of Icarianism.
GreeceIcarianEnglishnounA person from the island of Icaria.
GreenspatinaEnglishnounA paten, flat type of dish.countable uncountable
GreenspatinaEnglishnounThe colour or incrustation which age and wear give to (mainly metallic) objects; especially, the green rust which covers works of art such as ancient bronzes, coins and medals.countable uncountable
GreenspatinaEnglishnounA green colour, tinted with grey, like that of bronze patina.colorcountable uncountable
GreenspatinaEnglishnounA gloss or superficial layer.countable figuratively uncountable
GreenspatinaEnglishadjOf a green colour, tinted with grey, like that of bronze patina.not-comparable
GreensverdantEnglishadjGreen in colour.
GreensverdantEnglishadjAbundant in verdure; lush with vegetation.
GreensverdantEnglishadjFresh.
GreensverdantEnglishadjInexperienced.
Greensపచ్చనిTeluguadjgreen
Greensపచ్చనిTeluguadjyellow
Greetingswell metEnglishintjA greeting.lifestyle paganism religionarchaic
Greetingswell metEnglishadjWelcome, greeted.archaic not-comparable
Greetingswell metEnglishadjGreeted by a person of high respect or social status.not-comparable
Greetingswell metEnglishadjUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see well, met.not-comparable
GreetingsողջույնArmeniannoungreeting, salutation
GreetingsողջույնArmenianintjhello!, hi!
Greys灰色Japanesenoungray (color), an ashen color
Greys灰色Japanesenounsad, pessimistic, gloomy
Greys灰色Japanesenounarousing doubt or suspicion of dishonesty or criminal activity
Greys灰色Japanesenoungray (color)
Gums and resinspezOld Spanishnounpitch, tarfeminine uncountable usually
Gums and resinspezOld Spanishnounfishmasculine
HairbebangedEnglishadjHaving or sporting bangs.
HairbebangedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of bebangform-of participle past
HairbeehiveEnglishnounAn enclosed structure in which some species of honey bees (genus Apis) live and raise their young.
HairbeehiveEnglishnounA man-made structure in which bees are kept for their honey.
HairbeehiveEnglishnounAny place full of activity, or in which people are very busy.figuratively
HairbeehiveEnglishnounA women's hairstyle, popular in the 1960s, in which long hair is styled into a hive-shaped form on top of the head and usually held in place with lacquer.
HairbeehiveEnglishnounA particular style of hat.
HairbeehiveEnglishnounA type of anti-personnel ammunition round containing flechettes, and characterised by the buzzing sound made as they fly through the air.
HairbeehiveEnglishnounAlternative form of BeehiveNew-Zealand alt-of alternative nonstandard
HairbeehiveEnglishnounIn Conway's Game of Life, a particular still life pattern with a rounded appearance.cellular-automata computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
HairbeehiveEnglishverbTo fill (a place) with busy activity.rare transitive
HairbeehiveEnglishverbTo style ones hair in a hive-shaped or bouffant form.rare transitive
HairhackleEnglishnounAn instrument with steel pins used to comb out flax or hemp.
HairhackleEnglishnounOne of the long, narrow feathers on the neck of birds, most noticeable on the rooster.in-plural usually
HairhackleEnglishnounA feather used to make a fishing lure or a fishing lure incorporating a feather.fishing hobbies lifestyle
HairhackleEnglishnounBy extension (because the hackles of a rooster are lifted when it is angry), the hair on the nape of the neck in dogs and other animals; also used figuratively for humans.in-plural usually
HairhackleEnglishnounA type of jagged crack extending inwards from the broken surface of a fractured material.
HairhackleEnglishnounA plate with rows of pointed needles used to blend or straighten hair.
HairhackleEnglishnounA feather plume on some soldier's uniforms, especially the hat or helmet.
HairhackleEnglishnounAny flimsy substance unspun, such as raw silk.
HairhackleEnglishverbTo dress (flax or hemp) with a hackle; to prepare fibres of flax or hemp for spinning.
HairhackleEnglishverbTo separate, as the coarse part of flax or hemp from the fine, by drawing it through the teeth of a hackle or hatchel.transitive
HairhackleEnglishverbTo tear asunder; to break into pieces.archaic transitive
HairhairinessEnglishnounThe characteristic of being hairy.countable uncountable
HairhairinessEnglishnounA characteristic of yarn: the proportion of fibre ends that stick out and are not embedded in the yarn body.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences technicalcountable uncountable
HairhairyEnglishadjHaving a lot of hair on the body.of a person
HairhairyEnglishadjHaving a lot of fur.of an animal
HairhairyEnglishadjHaving hair growing from it.of a body part other than the head
HairhairyEnglishadjDifficult, complex, intricate, or intimidating.informal
HairhairyEnglishadjCausing anxiety or fright; terrifying, scary.informal
Hairjelly rollEnglishnounA cylindrical cake containing jelly (jam).US
Hairjelly rollEnglishnounAn overweight person.derogatory slang
Hairjelly rollEnglishnounThe female genitalia, sexual intercourse, or a lover.US broadly slang
Hairjelly rollEnglishnouna male hairstyle, common in the 1950s USA, a roll of greased hair longitudinally aligned front to back at the middle of the head
Hairjelly rollEnglishnounAn options position consisting of two calls and two puts, which can be seen as a combination of synthetic long and short positions with different expiries, or a combination of a put time spread and a call time spread.business finance
Hairlanding stripEnglishnounA runway for aircraft, especially one which is auxiliary or temporary.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
Hairlanding stripEnglishnounA cultivated pubic hair pattern in which much of the pubic hair is removed, leaving only a central vertical line or rectangle.idiomatic
HairshampooerEnglishnounA machine for shampooing carpets.
HairshampooerEnglishnounA person (such as a hairdresser) who washes hair.
HairshornEnglishverbpast participle of shearform-of participle past
HairshornEnglishadjOf a sheep, etc., having been shorn.not-comparable
HairshornEnglishadjOf a person, having had a haircut.not-comparable
HairspiraLatinnounA thing that is coiled, twisted, or wound.declension-1
HairspiraLatinnounA coil, twist.declension-1
HairspiraLatinnounThe base of a column.declension-1
HairspiraLatinnounA kind of cake; a twist.declension-1
HairspiraLatinnounA coil of rope.declension-1
HairspiraLatinnounA braid of hair.declension-1
HairspiraLatinnounA pretzeldeclension-1
HairvilnaLatviannoungenitive singular of vilnsdialectal form-of genitive masculine singular
HairvilnaLatviannounwool (the hair of certain animals (especially sheep)declension-4 feminine
HairvilnaLatviannounwool (something made of this animal hair: yarn, fabric, clothes)declension-4 feminine
HairweaveEnglishverbTo form something by passing lengths or strands of material over and under one another.
HairweaveEnglishverbTo spin a cocoon or a web.
HairweaveEnglishverbTo unite by close connection or intermixture.
HairweaveEnglishverbTo compose creatively and intricately; to fabricate.
HairweaveEnglishnounA type or way of weaving.
HairweaveEnglishnounHuman or artificial hair worn to alter one's appearance, either to supplement or to cover the natural hair.cosmetics lifestyle
HairweaveEnglishverbTo move by turning and twisting.intransitive
HairweaveEnglishverbTo make (a path or way) by winding in and out or from side to side.transitive
HairweaveEnglishverbTo move the head back and forth in a stereotyped pattern, typically as a symptom of stress.intransitive of an animal
Hakka iteration marksChinesecharactertwo
Hakka iteration marksChinesecharactersecond
Hakka iteration marksChinesecharactersecondary, vice-obsolete
Hakka iteration marksChinesecharacteragain, once moreobsolete
Hakka iteration marksChinesecharactertwo-fold, doubleobsolete
Hakka iteration marksChinesecharacterfold, timesobsolete
Hakka iteration marksChinesecharacterdifferent; other, elseobsolete
Hakka iteration marksChinesecharacterAn iteration mark denoting the repetition of the previous hanzi; often written at a smaller size when used for this purpose.dated informal
Hakka iteration marksChinesecharacterShort for "twenty, two hundred or two thousand" after hundreds, thousands and ten thousands.abbreviation alt-of
Hakka iteration marksChinesecharacterShort for "twenty cents".abbreviation alt-of
Hakka iteration marksChinesecharacterstupid, dumb; silly, thick, lacking mental agility (often in a cute way)Mandarin dialectal
Hakka iteration marksChinesecharacterto obtain a level two in a subject in DSE (exam) (usually implies failing the subject)Cantonese Hong-Kong
Hakka iteration marksChinesecharacterAlternative form of 貳/贰 (èr); usually limited to the simplified scriptClassical-Chinese alt-of alternative
Haresmountain hareEnglishnounA Eurasian species of hare, Lepus timidus, found mainly in tundra regions.
Haresmountain hareEnglishnounAny of various hares found in mountainous country, especially the snowshoe hare, Lepus americanus, and the white-tailed jackrabbit (Lepus townsendi).Canada US
Hawaiian ordinal numberslimaHawaiiannumfive
Hawaiian ordinal numberslimaHawaiiannumfifth
Hawaiian ordinal numberslimaHawaiiannounhand (part of the body)anatomy medicine sciences
Heads of statedronningNorwegian Bokmålnounqueen (a female monarch)feminine masculine
Heads of statedronningNorwegian Bokmålnounqueen (the wife or widow of a king)feminine masculine
Heads of statedronningNorwegian Bokmålnounqueen (a person who is leading in a certain area)feminine figuratively masculine
Heads of statedronningNorwegian Bokmålnounqueen (the reproductive female in social insect species)biology entomology natural-sciences zoologyfeminine masculine
Heads of statedronningNorwegian Bokmålnounqueenboard-games chess gamesfeminine masculine
HeadwearcalashEnglishnounAlternative form of calèche (“type of carriage with low wheels”)alt-of alternative historical
HeadwearcalashEnglishnounA silk and whalebone hood worn by ladies to shade the face.historical
HeadweartressourMiddle Englishnounheaddress, hairnet
HeadweartressourMiddle Englishnounborder near the edge of a shieldgovernment heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politics
HeadweartressourMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of tresour (“treasure”)alt-of alternative
HeadwearܣܘܕܪܐClassical Syriacnouncloth, towel, shroud, linen, handkerchief
HeadwearܣܘܕܪܐClassical Syriacnounscarf
HeadwearܣܘܕܪܐClassical Syriacnounturban
HeadwearܣܘܕܪܐClassical Syriacnountiara
Heraldic chargesmurSwedishnouna (usually free-standing) wall built of overlapping bricks or stones or cement or the likecommon-gender
Heraldic chargesmurSwedishnouna (usually free-standing) wall built of overlapping bricks or stones or cement or the like / a wall (defensive structure surrounding a city, castle, etc.)common-gender
Heraldic chargesmurSwedishnounthe type of material such a wall is made of, usually brick (including when not making up a free-standing wall)common-gender uncountable
Heraldic chargesmurSwedishnouna wallball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sportscommon-gender
Heraldic chargessparreSwedishnouna raftercommon-gender
Heraldic chargessparreSwedishnouna chevrongovernment heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicscommon-gender
HeraldrygripeMiddle EnglishnounGripping or grabbing; taking with the hand.
HeraldrygripeMiddle EnglishnounA small group or collection of things.rare
HeraldrygripeMiddle EnglishnounAn assault or attack.rare
HeraldrygripeMiddle EnglishnounA twinge; a sharp pain.rare
HeraldrygripeMiddle EnglishnounA griffin (mythological beast; also in heraldry).
HeraldrygripeMiddle EnglishnounA vulture (compare modern English griffon vulture).
HeraldrygripeMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of gripenalt-of alternative
HerbsFrench parsleyEnglishnoungarden chervil (Anthriscus cerefolium)uncountable
HerbsFrench parsleyEnglishnouncurly parsley (Petroselinum crispum)uncountable
HerbsFrench parsleyEnglishnounflat-leafed parsley, more commonly Italian parsley (Petroselinum crispum var. neapolitanum)uncommon uncountable
HerbstillEstoniannoundill (herb)
HerbstillEstoniannounpenisslang
HerbsռեհանArmeniannounOcimum
HerbsռեհանArmeniannounOcimum / basil, Ocimum basilicum
HeronscrabeaterEnglishnounThe cobia or sergeant fish, Rachycentron canadum.
HeronscrabeaterEnglishnounA small heron, Ixobrychus minutus.
HeronscrabeaterEnglishnounAn Antarctic seal (Lobodon carcinophagus) that feeds on krill.
Hidesbuffalo-skinEnglishadjMade from buffalo leather or hide.not-comparable
Hidesbuffalo-skinEnglishnounLeather made from buffalo hide.uncountable
Hidesbuffalo-skinEnglishnounThe hide, whether tanned or not, of one buffalo.countable
Hidesbuffalo-skinEnglishnounAn article of clothing manufactured from buffalo-skin. Often constructed in the plural.countable
Hindu deitiesపరమేశ్వరుడుTelugunounThe Supreme Being or Lord.Hinduism
Hindu deitiesపరమేశ్వరుడుTelugunounOne of the names of Siva.
Historical and traditional regionsBadenEnglishnameBaden-Baden, a spa town in Germany. / Its former margravate, electorate, grand duchy, and republic.historical
Historical and traditional regionsBadenEnglishnameBaden-Baden, a spa town in Germany. / Its present area of Baden-Württemberg, a German state.historical
Historical and traditional regionsBadenEnglishnameA spa town in Austria.
Historical and traditional regionsBadenEnglishnameA spa town in Austria. / The surrounding district it governs.
Historical and traditional regionsBadenEnglishnameA spa town in Aargau canton, Switzerland. / Its former county and canton.historical
Historical and traditional regionsBadenEnglishnameA spa town in Aargau canton, Switzerland. / The surrounding district it governs.
Historical and traditional regionsBadenEnglishnameOther towns in France, Germany, Canada, the Ukraine, and the United States.
Historical eventsSommeEnglishnameOne of the départements of Picardy, now Hauts-de-France, France. Capital: Amiens.
Historical eventsSommeEnglishnameA river in northern France.
Historical eventsSommeEnglishnameA major battle of the First World War in 1916 in this area.history human-sciences scienceswith The
Historical periodsVictorianEnglishadjOf or relating to the reign of Queen Victoria from 1837 to 1901, or that period.
Historical periodsVictorianEnglishadjOf or relating to the culture or social conditions of that period. / In a situation of poverty and social injustice; Dickensian.
Historical periodsVictorianEnglishadjOf or relating to the culture or social conditions of that period. / Of the style of architecture or furnishings of that period.architecture
Historical periodsVictorianEnglishadjOf or displaying the (supposed) ideals or standards of morality of that period; conservative; also, old-fashioned, out-of-date.figuratively
Historical periodsVictorianEnglishnounA person born in or living in the Victorian period, or exhibiting characteristics of that period.
Historical periodsVictorianEnglishnounAn item of furniture from that period.
Historical periodsVictorianEnglishnounA house built in the Victorian architectural style.architectureUS
Historical periodsVictorianEnglishadjOf, or native or relating to, the state of Victoria in Australia.not-comparable
Historical periodsVictorianEnglishnounA person from the state of Victoria in Australia.
Historical periodsVictorianEnglishadjOf, or native or relating to, the city of Victoria, the capital of British Columbia, Canada.Canada not-comparable
Historical periodsVictorianEnglishnounA person from the city of Victoria, the capital of British Columbia, Canada.Canada
History of ChinaMandate of HeavenEnglishnameThe philosophical construct that is the basis of the authority of the Son of Heaven.
History of ChinaMandate of HeavenEnglishnounAny such mandate or blessing.
History of ChinaMandate of HeavenEnglishnounThe Chinese philosophical concept of the circumstances under which a ruler is allowed to rule. Good rulers would be allowed to rule with the Mandate of heaven, and despotic, unjust rulers would have the Mandate revoked by disasters or revolution.
History of the United KingdomEdwardianEnglishadjOf the period in British history from circa 1901 to 1910, when Edward VII ruled the British Empire.
History of the United KingdomEdwardianEnglishnounA person from the Edwardian era.
HolidaysCandlemasEnglishnounThe festival in the Christian year celebrated on February 2nd. It commemorates the purification of the Virgin Mary and the presentation of the infant Jesus in the Temple.
HolidaysCandlemasEnglishnounA quarter day in Scotland.
Hordeeae tribe grassesquickenEnglishverbSenses relating to life or states of activity. / To put (someone or something) in a state of activity or vigour comparable to life; to excite, to rouse.transitive
Hordeeae tribe grassesquickenEnglishverbSenses relating to life or states of activity. / To inspire or stimulate (an action, a feeling, etc.).transitive
Hordeeae tribe grassesquickenEnglishverbSenses relating to life or states of activity. / To stimulate or assist the fermentation of (an alcoholic beverage, dough, etc.).transitive
Hordeeae tribe grassesquickenEnglishverbSenses relating to life or states of activity. / To give life to (someone or something never alive or once dead); to animate, to resurrect, to revive.also figuratively literary transitive
Hordeeae tribe grassesquickenEnglishverbSenses relating to life or states of activity. / To make or help (something) to burn.archaic transitive
Hordeeae tribe grassesquickenEnglishverbSenses relating to life or states of activity. / To make (a drug, liquor, etc.) more effective or stimulating.obsolete transitive
Hordeeae tribe grassesquickenEnglishverbSenses relating to life or states of activity. / Of a pregnant woman: to be in the state of reaching the stage of pregnancy at which the movements of the foetus are first felt.obsolete transitive
Hordeeae tribe grassesquickenEnglishverbSenses relating to life or states of activity. / To take on a state of activity or vigour comparable to life; to be excited or roused.intransitive
Hordeeae tribe grassesquickenEnglishverbSenses relating to life or states of activity. / To grow bright; to brighten.intransitive
Hordeeae tribe grassesquickenEnglishverbSenses relating to life or states of activity. / Of an alcoholic beverage, dough, etc.: to ferment.intransitive
Hordeeae tribe grassesquickenEnglishverbSenses relating to life or states of activity. / Of a pregnant woman: to first feel the movements of the foetus, or reach the stage of pregnancy at which this takes place; of a foetus: to begin to move.also figuratively intransitive
Hordeeae tribe grassesquickenEnglishverbSenses relating to life or states of activity. / To give life; to make alive.also figuratively intransitive literary
Hordeeae tribe grassesquickenEnglishverbSenses relating to life or states of activity. / To come back to life, to receive life.also figuratively intransitive literary
Hordeeae tribe grassesquickenEnglishverbSenses relating to life or states of activity. / To inspire or stimulate.intransitive rare
Hordeeae tribe grassesquickenEnglishverbSenses relating to speed. / To make (something) quicker or faster; to hasten, speed up.transitive
Hordeeae tribe grassesquickenEnglishverbSenses relating to speed. / (construction, nautical (shipbuilding), archaic) To shorten the radius of (a curve); to make (a curve) sharper, or (an incline) steeper. / To shorten the radius of (a curve); to make (a curve) sharper, or (an incline) steeper.business construction manufacturingarchaic transitive
Hordeeae tribe grassesquickenEnglishverbSenses relating to speed. / To become quicker or faster.intransitive
Hordeeae tribe grassesquickenEnglishverbTo apply quicksilver (mercury) to (something); to combine (something) with quicksilver; to quicksilver.rare transitive
Hordeeae tribe grassesquickenEnglishnounIn full quicken tree: the European rowan, rowan, or mountain ash (Sorbus aucuparia).Ireland Northern-England
Hordeeae tribe grassesquickenEnglishnoun(chiefly Midlands (northern), Northern England, Northern Ireland, Scotland) Synonym of couch grass (“a species of grass, Elymus repens”); also (chiefly in the plural), the underground rhizomes of this, and sometimes other grasses. / Synonym of couch grass (“a species of grass, Elymus repens”); also (chiefly in the plural), the underground rhizomes of this, and sometimes other grasses.Northern-England Northern-Ireland Scotland countable uncountable
Hordeeae tribe grasseswitchgrassEnglishnounAny of several grasses, of the genus Panicum, often found as a weed.uncountable usually
Hordeeae tribe grasseswitchgrassEnglishnouncouch grass (a European grass that spreads rapidly, Elymus repens)uncountable usually
HorsesføljeNorwegian Nynorsknouna fillyfeminine
HorsesføljeNorwegian Nynorskverbe-infinitive form of følja
Horseshors herMiddle Englishnounhorsehair (horses' hair)uncountable
Horseshors herMiddle EnglishnounAn individual horse hair.uncountable
HorsesפֿערדYiddishnounhorse
HorsesפֿערדYiddishnounfool, imbecile
HorticulturegardynMiddle Englishnoungarden (park focused around plants)
HorticulturegardynMiddle EnglishnounOne's inner soul.figuratively
HorticulturegardynMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of gardeinalt-of alternative
HouseholdlavendrieMiddle EnglishnounA part of a manor or a facility for washing clothes; a laundry.
HouseholdlavendrieMiddle EnglishnounThe action of washing or cleaning clothes; laundering.rare
HouseholdserjauntMiddle EnglishnounA servant or attendant at a noble household: / One who serves a religious cause.broadly
HouseholdserjauntMiddle EnglishnounA servant or attendant at a noble household: / The chief officer of a household department.
HouseholdserjauntMiddle EnglishnounAn infantryman, especially a squire.
HouseholdserjauntMiddle EnglishnounA law enforcement officer charged with apprehending and ordering summons.
HouseholdserjauntMiddle EnglishnounA legal sergeant; a serjeant-at-law.
HuntingvenisounMiddle EnglishnounOne's quarry or prey; the animal that one is hunting, especially deer.
HuntingvenisounMiddle EnglishnounThe meat of game, especially venison.
HygienedirtyEnglishadjUnclean; covered with or containing unpleasant substances such as dirt or grime.
HygienedirtyEnglishadjThat makes one unclean; corrupting, infecting.
HygienedirtyEnglishadjMorally unclean; obscene or indecent, especially sexually.
HygienedirtyEnglishadjDishonourable; violating accepted standards or rules.
HygienedirtyEnglishadjCorrupt, illegal, or improper.
HygienedirtyEnglishadjOut of tune.
HygienedirtyEnglishadjOf color, discolored by impurities.
HygienedirtyEnglishadjContaining data needing to be written back to memory or disk.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
HygienedirtyEnglishadjCarrying illegal drugs among one's possessions or inside of one's bloodstream.slang
HygienedirtyEnglishadjUsed as an intensifier, especially in conjunction with "great".informal
HygienedirtyEnglishadjSleety; gusty; stormy.
HygienedirtyEnglishadjOf an alcoholic beverage, especially a cocktail or mixed drink: served with the juice of olives.slang
HygienedirtyEnglishadjOf food, indulgent in an unhealthy way.
HygienedirtyEnglishadjSpreading harmful radiation over a wide area.
HygienedirtyEnglishadjHaving the undercarriage or flaps in the down position.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
HygienedirtyEnglishadvIn a dirty manner.
HygienedirtyEnglishverbTo make (something) dirty.transitive
HygienedirtyEnglishverbTo stain or tarnish (somebody) with dishonor.transitive
HygienedirtyEnglishverbTo debase by distorting the real nature of (something).transitive
HygienedirtyEnglishverbTo become soiled.intransitive
HygienegrimyEnglishadjStained or covered with grime.
HygienegrimyEnglishadjFrom the urban musical genre called grime.entertainment lifestyle music
HygienegrimyEnglishadjMorally corrupt, malicious, vile, or selfish; base or dirty; rotten.slang
Iguanoid lizardsleguaanEnglishnounAn iguana.
Iguanoid lizardsleguaanEnglishnounAny of the monitor lizards
IndividualsAaronEnglishnameThe elder brother of Moses in the Book of the Exodus, and in the Quran.
IndividualsAaronEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew.
IndividualsAaronEnglishnameA surname transferred from the given name.
IndividualsAaronEnglishnounThe leader of a group of thieves.archaic
IndividualsAdaNorwegian NynorsknameAdah (Biblical figure)feminine
IndividualsAdaNorwegian Nynorsknamea female given name, equivalent to English Adafeminine
IndividualsAsaEnglishnameAsa of Judah, the third king of Judah mentioned in the Books of Kings who succeeded his father Abijah; the father of King Jehoshaphat. (Matthew calls him "Asaph" in Matthew 1:7.)biblical lifestyle religioncountable uncountable
IndividualsAsaEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew first used by Puritans.countable uncountable
IndividualsAsaEnglishnameAlternative form of Aasax (“language”)alt-of alternative
IndividualsDanielDanishnameDanielbiblical lifestyle religion
IndividualsDanielDanishnameDaniel (book of the Bible)
IndividualsDanielDanishnamea male given name from Hebrew, equivalent to English Daniel
IndividualsDaniëlDutchnameDaniel (biblical prophet)masculine
IndividualsDaniëlDutchnameThe book Daniel, named after the prophetmasculine
IndividualsDaniëlDutchnamea male given namemasculine
IndividualsEsterEstoniannameEsther (biblical character)
IndividualsEsterEstoniannamethe book of Esther
IndividualsEsterEstoniannamea female given name from Hebrew of biblical origin
IndividualsKanaanFinnishnameCanaan (biblical character)
IndividualsKanaanFinnishnameCanaan (region)
IndividualsLennonEnglishnameA surname from Irish, notably of John Lennon (1940–1980), one of the Beatles.
IndividualsLennonEnglishnameA male given name transferred from the surname, of modern usage.
IndividualsLennonEnglishnameA commune in Finistère department, Brittany, France.
IndividualsLennonEnglishnameA village in Venice Township, Shiawassee County and Clayton Township, Genesee County, Michigan, United States.
IndividualsPaulusEstoniannamePaul (biblical character).
IndividualsPaulusEstoniannamea male given name, rare in this form
IndividualsPhrynichusLatinnameAn Athenian generaldeclension-2 masculine singular
IndividualsPhrynichusLatinnameAn Athenian literary, disciple of Thespisdeclension-2 masculine singular
IndividualsRubenNorwegiannameReuben (biblical character).
IndividualsRubenNorwegiannamea male given name from Hebrew
IndividualsShelleyEnglishnamePercy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822), a Romantic poet.
IndividualsShelleyEnglishnameA habitational surname from Old English.
IndividualsShelleyEnglishnameA male given name transferred from the surname, of mostly before 1930 usage.
IndividualsShelleyEnglishnameA female given name transferred from the surname, of 1930s and later usage, also explained as a variant of Shirley or Michelle.
IndividualsShelleyEnglishnameA number of places: / A village in Ongar parish, Epping Forest district, Essex, England (OS grid ref TL5404).
IndividualsShelleyEnglishnameA number of places: / A small village and civil parish in Babergh district, Suffolk, England (OS grid ref TM0338).
IndividualsShelleyEnglishnameA number of places: / A village in Kirkburton parish, Kirklees borough, West Yorkshire, England (OS grid ref SE2011).
IndividualsShelleyEnglishnameA number of places: / A city in Bingham County, Idaho, United States.
IndividualsShelleyEnglishnameA number of places: / A community north-east of Prince George, British Columbia, Canada.
IndividualsShelleyEnglishnameA number of places: / A locality and former town in the Shire of Towong, north-east Victoria, Australia.
IndividualsShelleyEnglishnameA number of places: / A suburb of Perth, in the City of Canning, Western Australia.
IndividualsTuringEnglishnameA surname of Germanic origin.
IndividualsTuringEnglishnameAlan Turing (1912–1954), a British logician and early computer scientist.
IndividualsTuringEnglishnameA programming language.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
IndividualsЯҡупBashkirnamea male given name from Arabic
IndividualsЯҡупBashkirnameYaqub, a prophet in Islam; equivalent to JacobIslam lifestyle religion
IndividualsⲟⲛⲟⲣⲓⲟⲥCopticnamea male given name from Latin
IndividualsⲟⲛⲟⲣⲓⲟⲥCopticnameIn particular, the name of a roman emperor.
InsectsbruchusLatinnouna kind of wingless locust or grasshopper as in: / a kind of wingless locust or grasshopper as indeclension-2
InsectsbruchusLatinnouna bean weevilNew-Latin declension-2
InsectsnymfeNorwegian Bokmålnouna nymphhuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesfeminine masculine
InsectsnymfeNorwegian Bokmålnouna nymph (beautiful young woman)broadly feminine masculine
InsectsnymfeNorwegian Bokmålnouna nymph (larva of certain insects)biology entomology natural-sciencesfeminine masculine
InsectsnymphEnglishnounAny female nature spirit associated with water, forests, grotto, wind, etc.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek Roman
InsectsnymphEnglishnounA young girl, especially one who is attractive, beautiful or graceful.
InsectsnymphEnglishnounThe larva of certain insects.biology entomology natural-sciences
InsectsnymphEnglishnounAny of various butterflies of the family Nymphalidae.biology entomology natural-sciences
InsectsperhonenFinnishnouninsect of the order Lepidoptera; butterfly, moth or skipper.
InsectsperhonenFinnishnounbutterfly, butterfly stroke (swimming technique)hobbies lifestyle sports
InsectsperhonenFinnishnounmedallion, medaillon (cut of meat or fish resembling a medallion)cooking food lifestyle
Insectssəmsəmay'əSaanichnounbumblebee
Insectssəmsəmay'əSaanichnounwasp
InsectsکرمPersiannounworm
InsectsکرمPersiannounwormcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
InsectsکرمPersiannouncream (dairy product)
InsectsکرمPersiannounlotion
InsectsکرمPersiannounbounty
InsectsکرمPersiannoungenerosity
InsectsکرمPersiannounmagnificence
InsectsکرمPersiannamea male given name
InsectsکرمPersiannounRare form of کلم (kalam).form-of rare
InsectsکرمPersiannoungrape, vinerare
InsurancetermEnglishnounThat which limits the extent of anything; limit, extremity, bound, boundary, terminus.
InsurancetermEnglishnounA chronological limitation or restriction, a limited timespan.
InsurancetermEnglishnounAny of the binding conditions or promises in a legal contract.
InsurancetermEnglishnounSpecifically, the conditions in a legal contract that specify the price and also how and when payment must be made.
InsurancetermEnglishnounA point, line, or superficies that limits.geometry mathematics sciencesarchaic
InsurancetermEnglishnounA word or phrase (e.g., noun phrase, verb phrase, open compound), especially one from a specialised area of knowledge; a name for a concept.
InsurancetermEnglishnounRelations among people.
InsurancetermEnglishnounPart of a year, especially one of the divisions of an academic year.
InsurancetermEnglishnounDuration of officeholding, or its limit; period in office of fixed length. / The time during which legal courts are open.
InsurancetermEnglishnounDuration of officeholding, or its limit; period in office of fixed length. / Certain days on which rent is paid.
InsurancetermEnglishnounDuration of officeholding, or its limit; period in office of fixed length.
InsurancetermEnglishnounWith respect to a pregnancy, the period during which birth usually happens (approximately 40 weeks from conception).
InsurancetermEnglishnounThe maximum period during which the patent can be maintained into force.of a patent
InsurancetermEnglishnounA menstrual period.archaic
InsurancetermEnglishnounAny value (variable or constant) or expression separated from another term by a space or an appropriate character, in an overall expression or table.mathematics sciences
InsurancetermEnglishnounThe subject or the predicate of a proposition; one of the three component parts of a syllogism, each one of which is used twice.human-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciences
InsurancetermEnglishnounAn essential dignity in which unequal segments of every astrological sign have internal rulerships which affect the power and integrity of each planet in a natal chart.astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
InsurancetermEnglishnounA statue of the upper body, sometimes without the arms, ending in a pillar or pedestal.art arts
InsurancetermEnglishnounA piece of carved work placed under each end of the taffrail.nautical transport
InsurancetermEnglishverbTo phrase a certain way; to name or call.
InsurancetermEnglishadjBorn or delivered at term.medicine sciencescolloquial not-comparable
InsurancetermEnglishnounA computer program that emulates a physical terminal.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesinformal
InsurancetermEnglishverbTo terminate one's employmentintransitive transitive
InsurancetermEnglishnounOne whose employment has been terminated
IranAlamutEnglishnameA castle in Iran and the most famous stronghold of the Nizari Ismailis, also known as the Assassins.
IranAlamutEnglishnameA region in the modern-day Qazvin province of Iran in which the castle is located; Rudbar-i Alamut (Rudbar of Alamut)
IranAlamutEnglishnameA period in the history of the Nizari Ismailism beginning from the capture of the castle in 1090 AD until its capitulation to the Mongols in 1256 AD.
IslamફિરદોસGujaratinounHeaven
IslamફિરદોસGujaratinounFirdaus, the highest layer of paradise
IslamફિરદોસGujaratinamea unisex given name, Firdaus, Firdous, or Firdaws, from Arabic
IslandsPhilaeLatinnamea small island in the Nile situated near Syenedeclension-1 feminine plural
IslandsPhilaeLatinnamea city near this islanddeclension-1 feminine plural
IslandsĪrijaLatviannameIreland (a large island in Europe, one of the British Isles)declension-4 feminine
IslandsĪrijaLatviannameIreland (a country and state on the island of the same name)declension-4 feminine
IslandsモシㇼAinunouncountry, land
IslandsモシㇼAinunounisland
IslandsモシㇼAinunounworld
Japanese numeral symbolsJapanesecharacterportentgrade-4-kanji kanji
Japanese numeral symbolsJapanesecharactertrillion, 10¹²grade-4-kanji kanji
Japanese numeral symbolsJapanesecharactersigngrade-4-kanji kanji
Japanese numeral symbolsJapanesecharacteromengrade-4-kanji kanji
Japanese numeral symbolsJapanesecharactersymptomsgrade-4-kanji kanji
Japanese numeral symbolsJapanesenumtrillion (million million), 10¹²
JewelryענקHebrewnoungiant
JewelryענקHebrewnounnecklace
JewelryענקHebrewnoungiant, gigantic, hugeas a modifier
JudaismJudaicaEnglishnounArtifacts pertaining to the Jews, their culture or their religion, particularly ritual objects.uncountable
JudaismJudaicaEnglishadjPertaining to the Jews, their culture or their religion.not-comparable
JudaismnotarikonEnglishnounA cabalistic method of deriving a phrase from a word, using the letters of the word as initial letters of words in the sentence.
JudaismnotarikonEnglishnounA cabalistic method of creating a word from initial, middle and final letters (in any combination) of words in a phrase.
Kentucky, USAfirst classEnglishadjBelonging to the best or top group in a system of classification.not-comparable
Kentucky, USAfirst classEnglishadjOf, or relating to the most luxurious and expensive class of accommodation on a train, ship, hotel, etc.not-comparable
Kentucky, USAfirst classEnglishadjOf, or relating to a class of mail to be delivered before second class.not-comparable
Kentucky, USAfirst classEnglishadjGreat, very enjoyable.India UK not-comparable
Kentucky, USAfirst classEnglishadjOf or relating to a first class match.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsnot-comparable
Kentucky, USAfirst classEnglishadjOf or relating to a treatment like that for a first-class object.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencesnot-comparable
Kentucky, USAfirst classEnglishnounpremier rank.
Kentucky, USAfirst classEnglishnounthe third year of primary school, following after the junior and senior infant levels.Ireland
Kentucky, USAfirst classEnglishnounOne of two classes of city government in the U.S. state of Kentucky, in which cities elect a mayor and aldermen.US
LGBTpoofEnglishintjOnomatopoeia indicating a small explosion with a cloud of smoke; as caused by a deflating object, or a magical disappearance.
LGBTpoofEnglishverbTo vanish or disappear.
LGBTpoofEnglishverbTo break wind; to fart.intransitive
LGBTpoofEnglishnounThe product of flatulence, or the sound of breaking wind.
LGBTpoofEnglishnounA male homosexual, especially one who is effeminate.Australia Ireland New-Zealand UK colloquial derogatory
Ladin cardinal numberscincantenuefLadinadjfifty-nine
Ladin cardinal numberscincantenuefLadinnounfifty-ninemasculine uncountable
LakesKivuEnglishnameA lake between the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Rwanda.
LakesKivuEnglishnameThe region bordering this lake.
Lamioideae subfamily plantsironwortEnglishnounA herb of several species in the genus Sideritis, formerly believed to heal sword cuts.uncountable usually
Lamioideae subfamily plantsironwortEnglishnounGaleopsis ladanum, red hemp-nettle.uncountable usually
LandformsdepnesseMiddle EnglishnounA watery body or large concentration of water; the ocean.
LandformsdepnesseMiddle EnglishnounA location or locale of depth; especially the sea floor.
LandformsdepnesseMiddle EnglishnounThe lower or inside part of something; the interior of something.
LandformsdepnesseMiddle Englishnoundepth; deepness (the amount by which something is below the surface)
LandformsdepnesseMiddle Englishnoundepth; deepness (the amount by which something reaches below the surface)
LandformsdepnesseMiddle Englishnoundepth (the third dimension, after height and width)
LandformsdepnesseMiddle EnglishnounSagacity; sagaciousness; the quality of being wise.rare
LandformsdepnesseMiddle EnglishnounDireness; the quality of being of serious importEarly-Middle-English rare
LandformsdepnesseMiddle EnglishnounMagnitude; quantity.rare
LandformsdepnesseMiddle EnglishnounAn unknown or hidden piece of knowledge.rare
LandformslandEnglishnounThe part of Earth which is not covered by oceans or other bodies of water.countable uncountable
LandformslandEnglishnounReal estate or landed property; a partitioned and measurable area which is owned and acquired and on which buildings and structures can be built and erected.countable uncountable
LandformslandEnglishnounA country or region.countable uncountable
LandformslandEnglishnounA person's country of origin and/or homeplace; homeland.countable uncountable
LandformslandEnglishnounThe soil, in respect to its nature or quality for farming.countable uncountable
LandformslandEnglishnounrealm, domain.countable in-compounds often uncountable
LandformslandEnglishnounThe ground left unploughed between furrows; any of several portions into which a field is divided for ploughing.agriculture business lifestylecountable uncountable
LandformslandEnglishnounA shock or fright.Ireland colloquial countable uncountable
LandformslandEnglishnounA conducting area on a board or chip which can be used for connecting wires.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
LandformslandEnglishnounOn a compact disc or similar recording medium, an area of the medium which does not have pits.countable uncountable
LandformslandEnglishnounThe non-airline portion of an itinerary. Hotel, tours, cruises, etc.lifestyle tourism transport travelcountable uncountable
LandformslandEnglishnounThe ground or floor.countable obsolete uncountable
LandformslandEnglishnounThe lap of the strakes in a clinker-built boat; the lap of plates in an iron vessel; called also landing.nautical transportcountable uncountable
LandformslandEnglishnounIn any surface prepared with indentations, perforations, or grooves, that part of the surface which is not so treated, such as the level part of a millstone between the furrows.countable uncountable
LandformslandEnglishnounIn any surface prepared with indentations, perforations, or grooves, that part of the surface which is not so treated, such as the level part of a millstone between the furrows. / The space between the rifling grooves in a gun.ballistics engineering government military natural-sciences physical-sciences physics politics tools war weaponrycountable uncountable
LandformslandEnglishnounA group of dwellings or tenements under one roof and having a common entry.Scotland countable historical uncountable
LandformslandEnglishverbTo descend to a surface, especially from the air.intransitive
LandformslandEnglishverbTo alight, to descend from a vehicle.dated
LandformslandEnglishverbTo come into rest.intransitive
LandformslandEnglishverbTo arrive on land, especially a shore or dock, from a body of water.intransitive
LandformslandEnglishverbTo bring to land.transitive
LandformslandEnglishverbTo capture or arrest.informal transitive
LandformslandEnglishverbTo acquire; to secure.transitive
LandformslandEnglishverbTo succeed in having sexual relations with; to scoreslang transitive
LandformslandEnglishverb(of a blow) To deliver.transitive
LandformslandEnglishverb(of a punch) To connectintransitive
LandformslandEnglishverbTo go down well with an audience.intransitive
LandformslandEnglishnounlant; urineuncountable
LandformsկիրճArmeniannounnarrow pass, defile
LandformsկիրճArmeniannoungorge, ravine
LandformsאגםHebrewnounlake, pool
LandformsאגםHebrewnounswamp, marsh
LandformsאגםHebrewnounreed, bulrush
LanguagesAtlanteanEnglishnounAn inhabitant of the mythical island of Atlantis.
LanguagesAtlanteanEnglishnounA pillar or statue in the form of an architectural atlas.
LanguagesAtlanteanEnglishadjOf or like the Greek titan Atlas, who carries the heavens on his shoulders, as in Atlantean strengthnot-comparable
LanguagesAtlanteanEnglishadjOf the celestial spheres carried by Atlasfiguratively not-comparable
LanguagesAtlanteanEnglishadjOf an architectural atlas or atlantid, or reminiscent of such: atlantean figuresnot-comparable
LanguagesAtlanteanEnglishadjOf the mythical island of Atlantis, its people, or its civilization.not-comparable
LanguagesAtlanteanEnglishadjflooded or submerged, especially in case of a natural disaster, reminiscent of the way Atlantis sank into the oceanfiguratively not-comparable
LanguagesAtlanteanEnglishadjof Saturn's moon Atlasnot-comparable
LanguagesAtlanteanEnglishnameThe language supposedly spoken by the inhabitants of Atlantis.
LanguagesAtlanteanEnglishnameA constructed language invented for the 2001 animated film Atlantis: The Lost Empire.
LanguagesBetsimisarakaEnglishnounA large ethnic group of Madagascar.plural plural-only
LanguagesBetsimisarakaEnglishnameThe language of these people.
LanguagesBetsimisarakaEnglishnameThe region in eastern Madagascar inhabited by these people.
LanguagesGraecumLatinadjinflection of Graecus: / nominative neuter singularneuter nominative singular
LanguagesGraecumLatinadjinflection of Graecus: / accusative masculine/neuter singularaccusative masculine neuter singular
LanguagesGraecumLatinnounGreek languageLate-Latin declension-2 neuter
LanguagesHebreeuwsDutchnameHebrew (Semitic language, official language of Israel)neuter
LanguagesHebreeuwsDutchadjHebrew
LanguagesKapingamarangiEnglishnameAn atoll in the Pacific Ocean.
LanguagesKapingamarangiEnglishnameThe Austronesian language spoken in the Federated States of Micronesia, especially by the inhabitants of Kapingamarangi.
LanguagesKapingamarangiEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Kapingamarangi atoll or the Kapingamarangi language.
LanguagesKaramojongEnglishnameA Nilo-Saharan language of Uganda.human-sciences linguistics sciences
LanguagesKaramojongEnglishnameAn ethnic group living mainly in northeastern Uganda.
LanguagesLemnianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the island of Lemnos.
LanguagesLemnianEnglishnounAn inhabitant of Lemnos.
LanguagesLemnianEnglishnameAn extinct language, related to Etruscan, that was spoken in the Aegean and is attested in a stele found on Lemnos.
LanguagesLezghianEnglishnameA language spoken by the Lezgin people who live in southern Dagestan and northern Azerbaijan.
LanguagesLezghianEnglishnounA person who belongs to this group.
LanguagesMalabareseEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to, Malabar.
LanguagesMalabareseEnglishnameThe predominant language spoken in Malabar, also known as Malayalam.
LanguagesMiyakoEnglishnameA group of islands in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. It lies a few hundred kilometres east of Taipei, Taiwan.
LanguagesMiyakoEnglishnameThe Miyako language of the island, one of several Ryūkyūan languages.
LanguagesMiyakoEnglishnameA city in Iwate Prefecture, Japan. The city was founded in February of 1941.
LanguagesMiyakoEnglishnameA Japanese female given name from Japanese
LanguagesMiyakoEnglishnameA surname from Japanese.
LanguagesMonguorEnglishnounA member of a Mongolic people, one of the officially recognized ethnic groups in China.
LanguagesMonguorEnglishnameTheir Shirongolic language.
LanguagesOld BulgarianEnglishnameOld Church Slavonic.
LanguagesOld BulgarianEnglishnameThe Bulgarian recension of Old Church Slavonic (9th–11th century).
LanguagesOnondagaEnglishnounA member of a Native American tribe originally inhabiting Onondaga County, New York.
LanguagesOnondagaEnglishnameThe language of the Onondaga people.
LanguagesOnondagaEnglishnameAn ancient village of the Onondaga people in what is now in upstate New York that served as the capital of the Iroquois Confederacy.
LanguagesOnondagaEnglishnameA town in Onondaga County, New York, United States.
LanguagesPolishEnglishadjOf, from or native to Poland, or relating to the Polish language.not-comparable
LanguagesPolishEnglishnounThe language spoken in Poland.uncountable
LanguagesPolishEnglishnounA breed of chickens with a large crest of feathers.uncountable
LanguagesSchotsDutchadjScottish
LanguagesSchotsDutchnameScots (British language)neuter
LanguagesSkidiEnglishnounA member of a band of Pawnee people who, in historical times, lived mainly along the Platte River, and now live in the Pawnee Nation, in Oklahoma.
LanguagesSkidiEnglishnameTheir language.
LanguagesalbanskNorwegian NynorskadjAlbanian (of or pertaining to Albania)
LanguagesalbanskNorwegian NynorsknounAlbanian (the language)masculine uncountable
LanguagesanishinaabemowinOjibwenounany First Nations/Native American language
LanguagesanishinaabemowinOjibwenounthe Anishinaabe language (group), which includes Algonquin, Odawa, Ojibwe, Potawatomi and Saulteaux
LanguagesbretoniFinnishnounThe Breton language.
LanguagesbretoniFinnishnounBrittany, a French breed of dog
LanguagesfransktFaroesenounFrench (language)neuter
LanguagesfransktFaroeseadjinflection of franskur: / neuter singular nominativeneuter nominative singular
LanguagesfransktFaroeseadjinflection of franskur: / neuter singular accusativeaccusative neuter singular
LanguagesmaltesiskDanishadjPertaining to Malta, the Maltese people, culture, or language.
LanguagesmaltesiskDanishnounThe Maltese language.
LanguagesserbokroatiskNorwegian BokmåladjSerbo-Croatian (relating to the language, and to Serbs and Croats)
LanguagesserbokroatiskNorwegian BokmålnounSerbo-Croatian (language)masculine neuter
LanguagesլեհերենArmeniannounPolish (language)
LanguagesլեհերենArmenianadvin Polish
LanguagesլեհերենArmenianadjPolish (of or pertaining to the language)
LanguagesجعزيةArabicadjfeminine singular of جِعِزِيّ (jiʕiziyy, “Ge'ez”)feminine form-of singular
LanguagesجعزيةArabicnounGe'ez languagedefinite usually
Languages𑆑𑆳𑆯𑆶𑆫𑇀Kashmirinamethe Kashmiri language
Languages𑆑𑆳𑆯𑆶𑆫𑇀KashmiriadjKashmiri, related to or originating from Kashmir
Latin nomina gentiliaMetiliusLatinnamea 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 gentiliaMetiliusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Publius Metilius Nepos, a Roman senatordeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaMetiliusLatinadjof or pertaining to the gens Metilia.adjective declension-1 declension-2
Latin nomina gentiliaNigidiusLatinnamea 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 gentiliaNigidiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Publius Nigidius Figulus, a Roman praetordeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaPomponiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Titus Pomponius Atticus, a Roman editor and patron of lettersdeclension-2
Latin nomina gentiliaPomponiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Pomponius Mela, a Roman geographerdeclension-2
Latin nomina gentiliaSosiusLatinnamea 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 gentiliaSosiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Quintus Sosius Senecio, a Roman consuldeclension-2 masculine singular
LaundrylabhananCebuanoadjunwashed; needs washing; needs to be washed
LaundrylabhananCebuanonounlaundry; that which needs to be laundered
LawanswereMiddle EnglishnounA response to a query or questioning; an answering.
LawanswereMiddle EnglishnounThe answer for a problem or challenge; a solving.
LawanswereMiddle EnglishnounA decision or response coming from a deity or divinity.
LawanswereMiddle EnglishnounA legal defence or the privilege of being able to mount one.
LawanswereMiddle EnglishnounA reply to a point; a counterpoint or countering.rare
LawanswereMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of answerenalt-of alternative
LawebidensiyaBikol Centralnounevidence
LawebidensiyaBikol Centralnounproof
Lawmixtum imperiumLatinnounThe delegable authority of a judge to execute penalties, primarily in civil cases.Ancient-Rome declension-2 neuter
Lawmixtum imperiumLatinnounThe authority of lower magistrates, especially over private matters; a subsidiary form of authority dependent on the higher merum imperium.Medieval-Latin declension-2 neuter
LawquaestioLatinnounproblemdeclension-3
LawquaestioLatinnounseekingdeclension-3
LawquaestioLatinnouninquiry, investigation, questioning, questiondeclension-3
LawquaestioLatinnouninquisitiondeclension-3
Law裁判Japanesenountrial
Law裁判Japanesenouncourt
Leaf warblersuunilintuFinnishnounwillow warbler, Phylloscopus trochilus
Leaf warblersuunilintuFinnishnounleaf warbler, chiffchaff (bird of the genus Phylloscopus)
Leftismpolitically correctEnglishadjPossessing or conforming to the correct political positions; following the official policies of the government or a political party.government politics
Leftismpolitically correctEnglishadjRespectful of marginalized ethnic groups, genders, etc.idiomatic
Leftismpolitically correctEnglishadjOverly sensitive to giving offense on the grounds of race, sex, etc.derogatory idiomatic
Leftismpolitically correctEnglishadjStereotypically left-wing; possessing or conforming to stereotypical left-wing social views.government politicsderogatory idiomatic
Leftismpolitically correctEnglishverbTo modify in a way that is considered more respectful to minorities.transitive
Leftismpolitically correctEnglishverbTo modify in a way that conforms more to the official position of a government or political party.transitive
LichensքարաքոսOld Armeniannounlichen
LichensքարաքոսOld Armeniannounmorpheamedicine pathology sciences
LinguisticskifupiSwahilinounan abbreviationclass-7 class-8
LinguisticskifupiSwahiliadjKi class inflected form of -fupi.
LiquidsdelugeEnglishnounA great flood or rain.
LiquidsdelugeEnglishnounAn overwhelming amount of something; anything that overwhelms or causes great destruction.
LiquidsdelugeEnglishnounA system for flooding or drenching a space, container, or area with water in an emergency to prevent or extinguish a fire.firefighting government
LiquidsdelugeEnglishverbTo flood with water.transitive
LiquidsdelugeEnglishverbTo overwhelm.transitive
LiquidsmannaNorwegian Nynorsknounmannabiblical lifestyle religionmasculine
LiquidsmannaNorwegian Nynorsknouna sweetish tree sap, especially of the manna ashmasculine
LiquidsmannaNorwegian Nynorskverbto man
LizardsverkleurmannetjieAfrikaansnounchameleon
LizardsverkleurmannetjieAfrikaansnounchameleon, person with inconstant behaviorperson
LogicbalighoTagalogadjabsurd; ridiculous
LogicbalighoTagalognounparadox
Logical fallaciesbeg the questionEnglishverbTo engage in the logical fallacy of begging the question (petitio principii).human-sciences law logic mathematics philosophy sciences
Logical fallaciesbeg the questionEnglishverbTo sidestep or fail to address a question.
Logical fallaciesbeg the questionEnglishverbTo raise or prompt a question.proscribed sometimes
LondonBig BenEnglishnameThe hour bell in the Elizabeth Tower (formerly known as the Clock Tower), adjacent to the Houses of Parliament in Westminster, London, United Kingdom.
LondonBig BenEnglishnameThe clock tower itself.metonymically
LondonHeathEnglishnameA surname.
LondonHeathEnglishnameA male given name
LondonHeathEnglishnameA number of places in the United Kingdom: / A village in Heath and Holmewood parish, North East Derbyshire district, Derbyshire, England (OS grid ref SK4466).
LondonHeathEnglishnameA number of places in the United Kingdom: / A hamlet in Leintwardine parish, Herefordshire, England (OS grid ref SO3876).
LondonHeathEnglishnameA number of places in the United Kingdom: / A hamlet in Abdon and Heath parish, Shropshire, England (OS grid ref SO5585).
LondonHeathEnglishnameA number of places in the United Kingdom: / A suburb of Stourbridge, Metropolitan Borough of Dudley, West Midlands, England (OS grid ref SO8983).
LondonHeathEnglishnameA number of places in the United Kingdom: / A small village in Warmfield cum Heath parish, City of Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England (OS grid ref SE3520).
LondonHeathEnglishnameA number of places in the United Kingdom: / A suburb and ward in the City of Cardiff, Wales (OS grid ref ST1780).
LondonHeathEnglishnameA number of places in the United Kingdom: / Hampstead Heath, a park in London.with the definite article
LondonHeathEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town in Covington County, Alabama.
LondonHeathEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An extinct town in Perry Township, Tippecanoe County, Indiana.
LondonHeathEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town in Franklin County, Massachusetts
LondonHeathEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A township in Allegan County, Michigan.
LondonHeathEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Fergus County, Montana.
LondonHeathEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A city in Licking County, Ohio.
LondonHeathEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A township in Jefferson County, Pennsylvania.
LondonHeathEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A city in Rockwall County and Kaufman County, Texas.
LoveaffectusLatinnounaffection, mood, emotion, feelingdeclension-4 masculine
LoveaffectusLatinnounaffection, fondness, compassion, sympathy, lovedeclension-4 masculine
LoveaffectusLatinverbendowed with, possessed ofdeclension-1 declension-2 form-of participle passive perfect
LoveaffectusLatinverbinfluenced, (having been) affecteddeclension-1 declension-2 form-of participle passive perfect
LoveaffectusLatinverbimpaired, (having been) weakeneddeclension-1 declension-2 form-of participle passive perfect
LoveenamoredEnglishadjIn love, amorous.
LoveenamoredEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of enamorform-of participle past
LoveعشقArabicnounverbal noun of عَشِقَ (ʕašiqa) (form I)form-of noun-from-verb
LoveعشقArabicnounliking with desire(lust), being in love; romantic love (particularly when very strong)
LoveعشقArabicnounpassion
LoveعشقArabicverbto fall in love; to love excessively; to adore
LoveعشقArabicverbto join
LoveعشقArabicverbto connect
LoveमदनSanskritadjintoxicating; maddening
LoveमदनSanskritadjdelighting; exhilarating
LoveमदनSanskritnounpassion; love (of sexual nature)
MacaquesmungaEnglishnounThe bonnet monkey.obsolete
MacaquesmungaEnglishnounFoodAustralia New-Zealand dated slang uncountable
MachinescraneMiddle Englishnouncrane (bird)
MachinescraneMiddle Englishnouncrane (machine)
MachinescraneMiddle Englishnouncranium
MacropodseuroEnglishnounThe currency unit of the European Monetary Union. Symbol: €
MacropodseuroEnglishnounA coin with a face value of one euro.
MacropodseuroEnglishnounAbbreviation of European in any sense.abbreviation alt-of
MacropodseuroEnglishnounMacropus robustus, a wallaroo (macropod species).
MacropodskangarooEnglishnounA member of the Macropodidae family of large marsupials with strong hind legs for hopping, native to Australia.
MacropodskangarooEnglishnounA hooded jacket with a front pocket, usually of fleece material, a kangaroo jacket.Canada attributive
MacropodskangarooEnglishverbTo practice kangaroo care on an infant; to hold a premature infant against the skin.
MacropodskangarooEnglishverbTo hunt kangaroo.intransitive
MacropodskangarooEnglishverbTo move like a kangaroo.intransitive
MacropodskangarooEnglishadjOf or relating to Australia.not-comparable
MacropodskangarooEnglishadjCharacterized by rapidly jumping prices in securities markets or by belief that the prices are unstable in contrast to bear and bull markets.business financenot-comparable
MacropodsmacropodineEnglishadjOf, or pertaining to, the kangaroos and wallabiesnot-comparable
MacropodsmacropodineEnglishnounAny marsupial of the subfamily Macropodinae
Madder family plantskahvikkiFinnishnounany plant of the genus Psychotria
Madder family plantskahvikkiFinnishnounthe genus Psychotriain-plural
Madder family plantsquinineEnglishnounAn alkaloid with the chemical formula C₂₀H₂₄N₂O₂ originally derived from cinchona bark (from plants of the genus Cinchona) used to treat malaria and as an ingredient of tonic water, which presents as a bitter colourless powder; also, a drug containing quinine or a chemical compound derived from it.medicine pharmacology sciencescountable uncountable
Madder family plantsquinineEnglishverbTo treat (someone) with quinine.archaic transitive
MahabharataAmbaEnglishnameName of the eldest daughter of the king of Kasi in the epic Mahabharata.Hinduism
MahabharataAmbaEnglishnameA female given name from Sanskrit
MalegromeMiddle EnglishnounA male child of any age (ranging from infancy to the start of adulthood).
MalegromeMiddle EnglishnounOne's assistant or servant; an underling, especially one in the homes of the nobility.
MalegromeMiddle EnglishnounA male person, especially a commoner or one who isn't noble-born.
MalewerMiddle Englishnouna man, a husband
MalewerMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of werealt-of alternative
MalewerMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of werre (“war”)alt-of alternative
Male animalsmanEnglishnounAn adult male human.
Male animalsmanEnglishnounAll human males collectively: mankind.collective
Male animalsmanEnglishnounA human, a person regardless of gender or sex, usually an adult. (See usage notes.)
Male animalsmanEnglishnounAll humans collectively: mankind, humankind, humanity. (Sometimes capitalized as Man.)collective
Male animalsmanEnglishnounA member of the genus Homo, especially of the species Homo sapiens.anthropology archaeology biology history human-sciences natural-sciences paleontology sciences
Male animalsmanEnglishnounA male person, usually an adult; a (generally adult male) sentient being, whether human, supernatural, elf, alien, etc.
Male animalsmanEnglishnounAn adult male who has, to an eminent degree, qualities considered masculine, such as strength, integrity, and devotion to family; a mensch.
Male animalsmanEnglishnounManliness; the quality or state of being manly.obsolete uncommon uncountable
Male animalsmanEnglishnounA husband.
Male animalsmanEnglishnounA male lover; a boyfriend.
Male animalsmanEnglishnounA male enthusiast or devotee; a male who is very fond of or devoted to a specified kind of thing. (Used as the last element of a compound.)
Male animalsmanEnglishnounA person, usually male, who has duties or skills associated with a specified thing. (Used as the last element of a compound.)
Male animalsmanEnglishnounA person, usually male, who can fulfill one's requirements with regard to a specified matter.
Male animalsmanEnglishnounA male who belongs to a particular group: an employee, a student or alumnus, a representative, etc.
Male animalsmanEnglishnounAn adult male servant.
Male animalsmanEnglishnounA vassal; a subject.historical
Male animalsmanEnglishnounA piece or token used in board games such as backgammon.
Male animalsmanEnglishnounA term of familiar address often implying on the part of the speaker some degree of authority, impatience, or haste.
Male animalsmanEnglishnounA friendly term of address usually reserved for other adult males.
Male animalsmanEnglishnounA player on whom another is playing, with the intent of limiting their attacking impact.hobbies lifestyle sports
Male animalsmanEnglishadjOnly used in man enoughnot-comparable
Male animalsmanEnglishintjUsed to place emphasis upon something or someone; sometimes, but not always, when actually addressing a man.
Male animalsmanEnglishpronUsed to refer to oneself or one's group: I, we; construed in the third person.Multicultural-London-English personal pronoun slang
Male animalsmanEnglishpronYou; construed in the third person.Multicultural-London-English personal pronoun slang
Male animalsmanEnglishpronAny person, oneMulticultural-London-English indefinite personal pronoun slang
Male animalsmanEnglishverbTo supply (something) with staff or crew (of either sex).transitive
Male animalsmanEnglishverbTo take up position in order to operate (something).transitive
Male animalsmanEnglishverbTo brace (oneself), to fortify or steel (oneself) in a manly way. (Compare man up.)dated possibly reflexive
Male animalsmanEnglishverbTo wait on, attend to or escort.obsolete transitive
Male animalsmanEnglishverbTo accustom (a raptor or other type of bird) to the presence of people.falconry hobbies hunting lifestyleobsolete transitive
Male animalsmanEnglishnameA command used to display help pages in Unix and Unix-like operating systems.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
Male animalsporcusLatinnouna piglet, a young pigdeclension-2 masculine
Male animalsporcusLatinnouna pig, hogbroadly declension-2 masculine
Male animalsporcusLatinnounShort for porcus marīnus (“sea-hog, mereswine, porpoise”).abbreviation alt-of declension-2 masculine
Male animalsporcusLatinnounglutton, pigdeclension-2 derogatory masculine
Male animalsporcusLatinnounfemale genitaliadeclension-2 masculine
Male family membersuncleyEnglishadjCharacteristic of an uncle; avuncular
Male family membersuncleyEnglishnounFamiliar or endearing form of uncle
Male family membersनप्तृSanskritnoungrandson
Male family membersनप्तृSanskritnoungreat-grandson
Malvales order plantsgampiEnglishnounA Japanese shrub of the genus Wikstroemia, some species of which have been used for making paper in Japan, including: / Wikstroemia albiflora (miyama ganpi).
Malvales order plantsgampiEnglishnounA Japanese shrub of the genus Wikstroemia, some species of which have been used for making paper in Japan, including: / Wikstroemia canescens, a south Asian plant
Malvales order plantsgampiEnglishnounA Japanese shrub of the genus Wikstroemia, some species of which have been used for making paper in Japan, including: / Wikstroemia ganpi (ko ganpi)
Malvales order plantsgampiEnglishnounA Japanese shrub of the genus Wikstroemia, some species of which have been used for making paper in Japan, including: / Wikstroemia kudoi (shakunan-ganpi), endemic to Kyushu (Yakushima)
Malvales order plantsgampiEnglishnounA Japanese shrub of the genus Wikstroemia, some species of which have been used for making paper in Japan, including: / Wikstroemia pauciflora (sakura ganpi)
Malvales order plantsgampiEnglishnounA Japanese shrub of the genus Wikstroemia, some species of which have been used for making paper in Japan, including: / Wikstroemia pseudoretusa (munin-aoganpi), endemic to the Ogasawara Islands
Malvales order plantsgampiEnglishnounA Japanese shrub of the genus Wikstroemia, some species of which have been used for making paper in Japan, including: / Wikstroemia retusa (ao ganpi)
Malvales order plantsgampiEnglishnounA Japanese shrub of the genus Wikstroemia, some species of which have been used for making paper in Japan, including: / Wikstroemia sikokiana (ganpi) (syn. Diplomorpha sikokiana) (ki ganpi)
Malvales order plantsgampiEnglishnounA Japanese shrub of the genus Wikstroemia, some species of which have been used for making paper in Japan, including: / Wikstroemia trichotoma
MammalstupaiMalaynounsquirrel (mammal of the order Rodentia)
MammalstupaiMalaynountree shrew (mammal of the order Scandentia)
Mammals獅子JapanesenounSynonym of ライオン (raion, “lion”) (big cat Panthera leo)
Mammals獅子Japanesenounthe Buddha, a Buddhabroadly from the notion of lions being "kings"
Mammals獅子Japanesenounshort for 獅子舞 (shishimai), a traditional Chinese lion danceabbreviation alt-of
Mammals獅子Japanesenounshort for 獅子頭 (shishigashira), the lion mask traditionally worn for the lion danceabbreviation alt-of
Mammals獅子Japanesenounshort for 除夜の獅子 (joya no shishi, “New Year's lion”), a person dressed in costume as for a lion dance who goes door to door begging on New Year's Eveabbreviation alt-of
Mammals獅子Japanesenouna guardian statue commonly found outside temples and shrines, often with a komainu statue, the tradition for which is said to have come over from the Korean peninsula
Mammals獅子Japanesenamethe name of the lion dance 囃子 (hayashi, “musical accompaniment”) in various noh and kabuki plays
Mammals獅子Japanesenamethe first piece of music played in a 伎楽 (gigaku) performance (more commonly spelled 師子)
ManagementtoimitusjohtajaFinnishnounmanaging director, executive director
ManagementtoimitusjohtajaFinnishnounchief executive officer, CEO (in large companies)
MarriageexogamyEnglishnounmarriage to a person belonging to a tribe or group other than one's own as required by custom or lawcountable uncountable
MarriageexogamyEnglishnounthe fusion of two unrelated gametesbiology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
Marriageเข้าหอThaiverbto engage in consummation.idiomatic intransitive of a married couple
Marriageเข้าหอThaiverbto move into a dormitory.idiomatic intransitive of a resident
Massageమర్దనముTelugunounRubbing, handling, grinding, pounding.
Massageమర్దనముTelugunounThe action of rubbing someone's body, to help the person relax - massage
MathematicsmathEnglishnounClipping of mathematics.Canada Philippines US abbreviation alt-of clipping informal uncountable
MathematicsmathEnglishnounArithmetic calculations; (see do the math).Canada Philippines US informal uncountable
MathematicsmathEnglishnounA math course or class.Canada Philippines US countable informal
MathematicsmathEnglishverbto perform mathematical calculations or mathematical analysis; to do mathcolloquial informal
MathematicsmathEnglishverbTo add up, compute; (by extension) to make sense.slang
MathematicsmathEnglishnounA mowing; what is gathered from mowing.
MathematicsmathEnglishnounClipping of matha.Hinduism Jainism abbreviation alt-of clipping
MathematicspiSlovenenounpi (Greek letter)
MathematicspiSlovenenounpi (mathematical constant)
Measuring instrumentsbarometerSwedishnouna barometerclimatology meteorology natural-sciencescommon-gender
Measuring instrumentsbarometerSwedishnouna barometer (something used as a gauge or indicator)broadly common-gender figuratively
MeatslambFaroesenounlamb (both the animal and meat)neuter
MeatslambFaroesenounkid (baby goat)neuter
MeatslambFaroesenounseven of the chosen cards (trump seven)neuter
MechanicscentripetalEnglishadjDirected or moving towards a centre.not-comparable
MechanicscentripetalEnglishadjOf, relating to, or operated by centripetal force.not-comparable
MechanicscentripetalEnglishadjDirected towards the central nervous system; afferent.anatomy medicine neuroanatomy neurology neuroscience sciencesnot-comparable of a nerve impulse
MediajournalismEnglishnounThe activity or profession of being a journalist.uncountable usually
MediajournalismEnglishnounThe aggregating, writing, editing, and presenting of news or news articles for widespread distribution, typically in electronic publications and broadcast news media, for the purpose of informing the audience.uncountable usually
MediajournalismEnglishnounThe style of writing characteristic of material in periodical print publications and broadcast news media, consisting of direct presentation of facts or events with an attempt to minimize analysis or interpretation.uncountable usually
MedicineaudiologyEnglishnounThe study of the auditory and vestibular systems, and associated disordersuncountable usually
MedicineaudiologyEnglishnounAn allied health profession pertaining to the assessment and rehabilitation of hearing and balance disorders.uncountable usually
MedicineמרשםHebrewnounA recipe.
MedicineמרשםHebrewnounA prescription.
MedicineמרשםHebrewnounA register.
Memeticsmemetic engineeringEnglishnounThe process of developing memes, through meme-splicing and memetic synthesis, with the intent of altering the behavior of others in society or humanity.uncountable
Memeticsmemetic engineeringEnglishnounThe process of creating and developing theories or ideologies based on an analytical study of societies, cultures, their ways of thinking and the evolution of their minds.uncountable
Menstruationcome onEnglishverbTo encounter, discover; to come upon.transitive
Menstruationcome onEnglishverbTo appear on a stage or in a performance.intransitive
Menstruationcome onEnglishverbTo be broadcast (through a device), or (of a broadcast) to begin playing.intransitive transitive
Menstruationcome onEnglishverbTo progress, to develop.intransitive
Menstruationcome onEnglishverbTo activate; to turn on.intransitive of an electric or electronic device
Menstruationcome onEnglishverbTo show sexual or relational interest through words or sometimes actions.idiomatic intransitive with to
Menstruationcome onEnglishverbTo get one's period, start menstruating.UK colloquial idiomatic intransitive
Menstruationcome onEnglishverbTo enter the playing field.hobbies lifestyle sportsof a substitute
Menstruationcome onEnglishverbElaboration of come (in the sense of move towards the speaker or other focus), emphasising motion or progress, or conveying a nuance of familiarity or encouragement.informal intransitive with adverbial words such as in
Menstruationcome onEnglishverbUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see come, on.
Menstruationcome onEnglishintjCome along with me; join me in going.
Menstruationcome onEnglishintjSynonym of let's go, a cheer or expression of support, encouragement, &c.
Menstruationcome onEnglishintjAn expression of disbelief.
Menstruationcome onEnglishintjAn expression of frustration, exasperation, or impatience; hurry up.
Menstruationcome onEnglishintjAn expression of defiance or as a challenge; approach; come at me.
Mercury (element)cinnabarEnglishnounA deep red mineral, mercuric sulfide, HgS; the principal ore of mercury; such ore used as the pigment vermilion.countable uncountable
Mercury (element)cinnabarEnglishnounA bright red colour tinted with orange.countable uncountable
Mercury (element)cinnabarEnglishnounA species of moth, Tyria jacobaeae, having red patches on its predominantly black wings.countable
Mercury (element)cinnabarEnglishnounThe Elixir of Life.countable in “Cinnabar Panacea” uncountable
Mercury (element)cinnabarEnglishadjOf a bright red colour tinted with orange.
Mercury (element)mercuryEnglishnounA metal. / A silvery-colored, toxic, metallic chemical element, liquid at room temperature, with atomic number 80 and symbol Hg.countable uncountable
Mercury (element)mercuryEnglishnounA metal. / One of the elemental principles formerly thought to be present in all metals.sciencescountable historical uncountable
Mercury (element)mercuryEnglishnounA metal. / Ambient pressure or temperature (from the use of mercury in barometers and thermometers).countable uncountable with-definite-article
Mercury (element)mercuryEnglishnounA metal. / Liveliness, volatility.countable obsolete uncountable
Mercury (element)mercuryEnglishnounAny of several types of plant. / An annual plant, annual mercury (Mercurialis annua), formerly grown for its medicinal properties; French mercury, herb mercury.countable uncountable
Mercury (element)mercuryEnglishnounAny of several types of plant. / Any plant of any species of the genus and the genus Mercurialis.countable uncountable
Mercury (element)mercuryEnglishnounAny of several types of plant. / A similar edible plant (Blitum bonus-henricus), otherwise known as English mercury or allgood.countable uncountable
Mercury (element)mercuryEnglishnounAny of several types of plant. / The poison oak or poison ivy.US countable regional uncountable
Metallurgycyanide processEnglishnounA method of extracting gold and silver from their ores with a solution of sodium cyanide.
Metallurgycyanide processEnglishnounA process of case-hardening iron or steel by immersing it in molten cyanide and then quenching in water or oil.
Metalsతామ్రముTelugunouncopper
Metalsతామ్రముTelugunounred color
Metalsతామ్రముTeluguadjred
MetalsJapanesecharacterkanji no-gloss
MetalsJapanesenounlead (chemical element)uncountable
MetalsJapaneseaffixlead (chemical element)
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvWell, amazingly, expertly; in a good or excellent way: / Fittingly, suitably; in a fitting way.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvWell, amazingly, expertly; in a good or excellent way: / Correctly, accurately; in an accurate way.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvWell, amazingly, expertly; in a good or excellent way: / Stoutly, boldly, bravely; with courageousness.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvWell, amazingly, expertly; in a good or excellent way: / In an easily discernible or understood manner.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvWell, amazingly, expertly; in a good or excellent way: / In a way suggesting acute discernment or reasoning.rare
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvWell, amazingly, expertly; in a good or excellent way: / With no challenge, struggle, or hardship.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvWell, amazingly, expertly; in a good or excellent way: / In a large quantity or amount; copiously or plenteously.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvWell, amazingly, expertly; in a good or excellent way: / Well, amazingly, expertly; in a good or excellent way
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvWith care, attention, or fastidiousness: / Mindfully; with care taken to others' wishes or beliefs.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvWith care, attention, or fastidiousness: / Painstakingly; with care taken to include or incorporate details.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvWith care, attention, or fastidiousness: / Cautiously; with care taken to avoid mistakes.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvIn a way that is appealing or pleasing to someone or some standard: / Traditionally; in the prescribed or proper way.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvIn a way that is appealing or pleasing to someone or some standard: / Virtuously, morally, religiously; according to morals.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvIn a way that is appealing or pleasing to someone or some standard: / Healthily; in a way displaying good health and condition.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvIn a way that is appealing or pleasing to someone or some standard: / Beautifully; in a way pleasing to senses or sensibilities.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvIn a way that is appealing or pleasing to someone or some standard: / Kindly, approvingly; in a way causing respect.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvTo or with a great extent or depth: extensively, comprehensively: / In an intensifying sense; highly, greatly, very.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvTo or with a great extent or depth: extensively, comprehensively: / In a superlative sense; incredibly, really, extremely.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvTo or with a great extent or depth: extensively, comprehensively: / Totally, entirely; in a way that encompasses everything
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvTo or with a great extent or depth: extensively, comprehensively: / With the right or required depth or efficacy; enough.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvTo or with a great extent or depth: extensively, comprehensively: / In a final or decisive manner; with finality.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvLuckily, fortuitously; with good luck or fortune.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvIn a rigid or secure way; stably or fixedly.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvFor a suitable or fitting reason or cause; appropriately.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvAs much as; to the specified extent, not smaller than.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvAround, about (a given quantity or measure)
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvProbably, maybe, potentially.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadvTruthfully, honestly; in a heartfelt way.rare
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadjLucky; experiencing good luck or fortune.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadjGood, worthy, commendable; of good quality or moral status.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadjWealthy, prosperous, accomplished; experiencing success.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadjPleased, happy, glad; experiencing happiness.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadjHealthy; experiencing good health and/or in good condition.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadjFine, acceptable, suitable, useable; having no problems.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishadjHaving good grooming or personal hygiene.rare
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishintjUsed to preface or begin a statement or situation.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishintjUsed to acknowledge or reply to a statement or situation.
MetrologywelMiddle EnglishintjUsed to indicate victory, realisation, or overcoming.
MexicoAztecEnglishnounA Mexica.
MexicoAztecEnglishnounA Nahua.
MexicoAztecEnglishnounA hybrid defensive back position combining aspects of the safety, nickelback and linebacker positions.American-football ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sports
MexicoAztecEnglishnameThe Nahuatl language.
MexicoAztecEnglishnameA city, the county seat of San Juan County, New Mexico, United States.
MexicoAztecEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Mexica people.
MexicoAztecEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Nahuas.
MexicoAztecEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Nahuatl language.
MilitarycompanyeMiddle EnglishnounA company, band, small group, or team of people; mainly in the following senses: / A army or multitude of angels; a band heavenly warriors.
MilitarycompanyeMiddle EnglishnounA company, band, small group, or team of people; mainly in the following senses: / A retinue, one's servants or hirelings.
MilitarycompanyeMiddle EnglishnounA company, band, small group, or team of people; mainly in the following senses: / A troop; a military force or concentration.
MilitarycompanyeMiddle EnglishnounA company, band, small group, or team of people; mainly in the following senses: / A guild; an organisation dedicated to the advancement of a profession.
MilitarycompanyeMiddle EnglishnounAn informal group of people; especially guests or visitors.
MilitarycompanyeMiddle Englishnounaccompaniment, company, companionship; having companions.
MilitarycompanyeMiddle Englishnouncamaraderie, friendliness.
MilitarycompanyeMiddle Englishnouncopulation; sexual activity or intercourse.
MilitarycompanyeMiddle EnglishnounA group or mass of animals.
MilitarycompanyeMiddle Englishnounlinkedness, connection, similarity, likeness
MilitarycompanyeMiddle EnglishnounA large quantity of objects or things.rare
MilitarydefileEnglishverbTo make (someone or something) physically dirty or unclean; to befoul, to soil.transitive
MilitarydefileEnglishverbTo make (someone or something) morally impure or unclean; to corrupt, to tarnish.transitive
MilitarydefileEnglishverbTo act inappropriately towards or vandalize (something sacred or special); to desecrate, to profane.transitive
MilitarydefileEnglishverbTo cause (something or someone) to become ritually unclean.lifestyle religiontransitive
MilitarydefileEnglishverbTo deprive (someone) of their sexual chastity or purity, often not consensually; to deflower, to rape.obsolete transitive
MilitarydefileEnglishverbTo dishonour (someone).obsolete transitive
MilitarydefileEnglishverbTo become dirty or unclean.intransitive obsolete
MilitarydefileEnglishverbTo cause uncleanliness; specifically, to pass feces; to defecate.intransitive obsolete
MilitarydefileEnglishverbTo march in a single file or line; to file.also archaic figuratively intransitive
MilitarydefileEnglishverbTo march across (a place) in files or lines.also figuratively obsolete transitive
MilitarydefileEnglishnounA narrow passage or way (originally (military), one which soldiers could only march through in a single file or line), especially a narrow gorge or pass between mountains.
MilitarydefileEnglishnounAn act of marching in files or lines.government military politics war
MilitarydefileEnglishnounA single file of soldiers; (by extension) any single file.government military politics war
MilitarydefileEnglishverbSynonym of defilade (“to fortify (something) as a protection from enfilading fire”)government military politics warrare transitive
MilitarydefileEnglishnounAn act of defilading a fortress or other place, or of raising the exterior works in order to protect the interior.government military politics warrare
MilitarypepleMiddle Englishnounpeople (multiple individuals)
MilitarypepleMiddle Englishnounpeople (a group or class of individuals)
MilitarypepleMiddle Englishnounsubjects (of a ruler), followers (of a doctrine)
MilitarypepleMiddle Englishnounnation, race, stock
MilitarypepleMiddle Englishnouncrowd, mass, gathering (of people)
MilitarypepleMiddle Englishnounarmy, retinue (group of armed people)
MilitarypepleMiddle Englishnouncommoners (as opposed to nobility or clergy)
MilitarypepleMiddle Englishnounhumankind, humanity; all people
Militarytechnical sergeantEnglishnounA non-commissioned officer ranking above staff sergeant and below master sergeant.Philippines
Militarytechnical sergeantEnglishnounVarious current and former ranks. See Wikipedia for details.US
Military unitsstafslyngeMiddle EnglishnounA staff sling; a sling mounted on a pole.
Military unitsstafslyngeMiddle EnglishnounA slinger armed with a staff sling.Late-Middle-English rare
Mindపిచ్చిTelugunounmadness, folly.
Mindపిచ్చిTeluguadjFruitless, vain.
Mindపిచ్చిTeluguadjFoolish, mad.
Mindపిచ్చిTeluguadjShort, deficient in measure.
Mindపిచ్చిTeluguadjWild, uncultivated.biology botany natural-sciences
MineralsgranātsLatviannounpomegranatedeclension-1 masculine
MineralsgranātsLatviannoungarnetdeclension-1 masculine
MineralsserpentineEnglishadjOf, pertaining to, or characteristic of snakes.
MineralsserpentineEnglishadjOf, or having attributes associated with, the serpent referred to in the book of Genesis in the Bible, such as craftiness or deceitfulness.
MineralsserpentineEnglishadjHaving the form or shape of a snake.
MineralsserpentineEnglishadjCurving in alternate directions; sinuous.
MineralsserpentineEnglishnounAny of several plants believed to cure snakebites.
MineralsserpentineEnglishnounAn early form of cannon, used in the 16th century.historical
MineralsserpentineEnglishnounA kind of firework.
MineralsserpentineEnglishnounA coiled distillation tube.
MineralsserpentineEnglishnounAny of several related cubic curves; anguineamathematics sciences
MineralsserpentineEnglishnounIn dressage, a winding walk across on the arena.equestrianism hobbies horses lifestyle pets sports
MineralsserpentineEnglishnounAny of several green/brown minerals consisting of magnesium and iron silicates that have similar layered crystal structure, whose appearance somewhat resembles a snake's skin.chemistry geography geology mineralogy natural-sciences physical-sciences
MineralsserpentineEnglishnounAn outcrop or region with soil and rock dominated by these minerals.geography geology natural-sciences
MineralsserpentineEnglishverbTo serpentize; to turn or bend; to meander.
MonasticismkeeillManxnounchurchfeminine
MonasticismkeeillManxnounplace of worshipfeminine
MonasticismkeeillManxnounoratoryfeminine
MonasticismkeeillManxnouncellfeminine
Moneymad moneyEnglishnounA sum of money, often relatively small in amount, kept in reserve to use for impulsive, frivolous purposes.idiomatic uncountable
Moneymad moneyEnglishnounA sum of money kept in reserve or to insulate oneself financially in the event of the sudden breakdown of a relationship in which one is economically dependent.idiomatic uncountable
MoneymaiksScotsnounplural of maikform-of plural
MoneymaiksScotsnounMoney.plural plural-only
MoneyshortchangeEnglishverbTo defraud (someone) by giving them less change than they should be given after a transaction.transitive
MoneyshortchangeEnglishverbTo deprive (someone) of something due; to treat unfairly; to cheat, deceive.broadly transitive
MoneyshortchangeEnglishverbTo make disadvantaged by design.
Moons of SaturnTethysEnglishnamePersonification of fertile waters, she was a Titan daughter of Uranus and Gaia, and with her brother Oceanus gave birth to all rivers and the Oceanids.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
Moons of SaturnTethysEnglishnameA large ocean which formerly lay between Eurasia and Africa.geography geology natural-sciences
Moons of SaturnTethysEnglishnameA large ocean which formerly lay between Eurasia and Africa. / The iteration of this oceanic basin during the Mesozoic, the most recent iteration.geography geology natural-sciences
Moons of SaturnTethysEnglishnameA moon of Saturn.astronomy natural-sciences
Moons of UranusMirandaEnglishnameA female given name from Latin.
Moons of UranusMirandaEnglishnameOne of the moons of Uranus.
Moons of UranusMirandaEnglishnameA census-designated place in Humboldt County, California, United States.
Moons of UranusMirandaEnglishnameA Miranda warninggovernment law-enforcement
Moons of UranusMirandaEnglishverbTo read (somebody) their rights on arrest as set out in Miranda v Arizona.transitive
MountainsAulonLatinnameA hill near Tarentum, famous for its wine.declension-3
MountainsAulonLatinnameA town in Elis district.declension-3
MurderkillEnglishverbTo put to death; to extinguish the life of.transitive
MurderkillEnglishverbTo render inoperative.transitive
MurderkillEnglishverbTo stop, cease, or render void; to terminate.figuratively transitive
MurderkillEnglishverbTo amaze, exceed, stun, or otherwise incapacitate.excessive figuratively transitive
MurderkillEnglishverbTo cause great pain, discomfort, or distress to; to hurt.excessive figuratively transitive
MurderkillEnglishverbTo produce feelings of dissatisfaction or revulsion in.figuratively transitive
MurderkillEnglishverbTo use up or to waste.transitive
MurderkillEnglishverbTo exert an overwhelming effect on.figuratively informal transitive
MurderkillEnglishverbTo overpower, overwhelm, or defeat.excessive figuratively transitive
MurderkillEnglishverbTo force a company out of business.transitive
MurderkillEnglishverbTo produce intense pain.excessive informal intransitive
MurderkillEnglishverbTo punish severely.excessive figuratively informal transitive
MurderkillEnglishverbTo strike (a ball, etc.) with such force and placement as to make a shot that is impossible to defend against, usually winning a point.hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
MurderkillEnglishverbTo cause (a ball, etc.) to be out of play, resulting in a stoppage of gameplay.hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
MurderkillEnglishverbTo succeed with an audience, especially in comedy.
MurderkillEnglishverbTo cause to assume the value zero.mathematics sciencesinformal transitive
MurderkillEnglishverbTo disconnect (a user) involuntarily from the network.IRC computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesInternet transitive
MurderkillEnglishverbTo deadmelt.engineering metallurgy natural-sciences physical-sciences
MurderkillEnglishverbTo sexually penetrate in a skillful way.slang
MurderkillEnglishverbTo exert oneself to an excessive degree.informal reflexive
MurderkillEnglishnounThe act of killing.
MurderkillEnglishnounSpecifically, the death blow.
MurderkillEnglishnounThe result of killing; that which has been killed.
MurderkillEnglishnounThe result of killing; that which has been killed. / An instance of killing; a score on the tally of enemy personnel or vehicles killed or destroyed.government military politics warcountable
MurderkillEnglishnounThe grounding of the ball on the opponent's court, winning the rally.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle sports volleyball
MurderkillEnglishnounA creek; a body of water; a channel or arm of the sea.New-York
MurderkillEnglishnounAlternative form of kilnalt-of alternative rare
MusicblowyngeMiddle EnglishnounBreathing, respiration (the movement of air in and out of the mouth).
MusicblowyngeMiddle EnglishnounThe blowing (of horns); sounding (of music).
MusicblowyngeMiddle EnglishnounThe blowing of a fire (to strengthen it).
MusicblowyngeMiddle EnglishnounBlowing (the movement of wind or air).rare
MusicblowyngeMiddle EnglishnounThe process of working or refining metal.rare
MusicblowyngeMiddle EnglishnounInflammation or swelling of a body part.medicine sciencesrare
MusicblowyngeMiddle Englishverbpresent participle of blowen (“to blow”)form-of participle present
MusicblowyngeMiddle Englishnounblooming, blossoming (of flowers)
MusicերգահանArmeniannounsongwriter, lyricist
MusicերգահանArmeniannouncomposer (of music)
Musical genresĝangaloEsperantonounjungle
Musical genresĝangaloEsperantonounjungle, a genre of electronic music and a predecessor of drum and bassentertainment lifestyle musicneologism
MustelidsminkEnglishnounAny of various semi-aquatic, carnivorous mammals in the Mustelinae subfamily, similar to weasels, with dark fur, native to Europe and America, of which two species in different genera are extant: the American mink (Neovison vison) and the European mink (Mustela lutreola).
MustelidsminkEnglishnounThe fur or pelt of a mink, used to make apparel.
MustelidsminkEnglishnounAn article of clothing made of mink.
MustelidsminkEnglishnoun(plural minks) An individual with poor personal hygiene; a smelly person.Scotland derogatory slang
Myrtle family plantsstarflowerEnglishnounBorage (Borago officinalis), an annual herb, and its product, starflower oil (family Boraginaceae).
Myrtle family plantsstarflowerEnglishnounCalytrix, a shrub native to Australia (family Myrtaceae).
Myrtle family plantsstarflowerEnglishnounErinus alpinus, an alpine plant (family Plantaginaceae).
Myrtle family plantsstarflowerEnglishnounGrewia occidentalis (crossberry or lavender star flower, family Malvaceae).
Myrtle family plantsstarflowerEnglishnounIpheion, a genus of small bulbous perennials (family Amaryllidaceae).
Myrtle family plantsstarflowerEnglishnounOrbea variegata, a succulent from South Africa (family Apocynaceae).
Myrtle family plantsstarflowerEnglishnounOrnithogalum, a genus of perennial bulbous plants (family Asparagaceae), including: / Ornithogalum arabicum (star-of-Bethlehem)
Myrtle family plantsstarflowerEnglishnounOrnithogalum, a genus of perennial bulbous plants (family Asparagaceae), including: / Ornithogalum dubium (sun star or orange star)
Myrtle family plantsstarflowerEnglishnounOrnithogalum, a genus of perennial bulbous plants (family Asparagaceae), including: / Ornithogalum narbonense (pyramidal star-of-Bethlehem)
Myrtle family plantsstarflowerEnglishnounOrnithogalum, a genus of perennial bulbous plants (family Asparagaceae), including: / Ornithogalum nutans (drooping star-of-Bethlehem)
Myrtle family plantsstarflowerEnglishnounOrnithogalum, a genus of perennial bulbous plants (family Asparagaceae), including: / Ornithogalum pyrenaicum (Bath asparagus, Prussian asparagus,spiked star-of-Bethlehem).
Myrtle family plantsstarflowerEnglishnounOrnithogalum, a genus of perennial bulbous plants (family Asparagaceae), including: / Ornithogalum umbellatum (common star-of-Bethlehem).
Myrtle family plantsstarflowerEnglishnounAny of several annual herbs, of the genus Trientalis (sometimes Lysimachia, having white star-shaped leaves (family Primulaceae)) / Trientalis borealis, northern starflower
Myrtle family plantsstarflowerEnglishnounAny of several annual herbs, of the genus Trientalis (sometimes Lysimachia, having white star-shaped leaves (family Primulaceae)) / Trientalis europaea, European starflower or Arctic starflower
Myrtle family plantsstarflowerEnglishnounAny of several annual herbs, of the genus Trientalis (sometimes Lysimachia, having white star-shaped leaves (family Primulaceae)) / Trientalis latifolia, Pacific starflower.
MythologyⲙⲟⲗⲟⲭCopticnamethe planet Mars.Bohairic
MythologyⲙⲟⲗⲟⲭCopticnamethe god Moloch.Bohairic
NamibiaNamibianEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to Namibia, the Namibian people or the Namibian language.
NamibiaNamibianEnglishnounA person from Namibia or of Namibian descent.
Narratologyto be continuedEnglishphraseUsed at the end of an episode of a serial publication or program to indicate that the story continues in the next episode.broadcasting communications journalism literature media publishing television writing
Narratologyto be continuedEnglishphraseUsed to indicate that a story under discussion has not concluded, either in narration or in reality.colloquial
NationalismKemalistEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the ideology of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk; following the ideals of Kemalism, including separation of the new Turkish state from its Ottoman predecessor and the embracement of Western-style democracy and secularism.not-comparable
NationalismKemalistEnglishnounOne who follows the ideals of Kemalism.
NationalitiesBosnischDutchadjBosnian
NationalitiesBosnischDutchnameBosnian (the language)neuter
NationalitiesDietsDutchadjMiddle Dutch
NationalitiesDietsDutchadjDutcharchaic
NationalitiesDietsDutchadjGerman, continental West Germanic (often excluding Frisian)obsolete
NationalitiesDietsDutchnamethe Middle Dutch languageneuter
NationalitiesDietsDutchnamethe Dutch languagearchaic neuter
NationalitiesDietsDutchnamethe "German", or continental West Germanic languages (often excluding Frisian)neuter obsolete
NationalitiesEnglisherEnglishnounSynonym of Englishman: an English person.
NationalitiesEnglisherEnglishnounA non-Amish person.
NationalitiesEnglisherEnglishnounA person who translates works into English.
NationalitiesEnglisherEnglishadjcomparative form of English: more English.comparative form-of nonstandard
NationalitiesJaponeseEnglishadjMisspelling of Japanese.alt-of misspelling not-comparable
NationalitiesJaponeseEnglishnameMisspelling of Japanese.alt-of misspelling
NationalitiesKenyanEnglishnounA person from Kenya or of Kenyan descent.
NationalitiesKenyanEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to Kenya or the Kenyan people.not-comparable
NationalitiesKypraghManxadjCypriot
NationalitiesKypraghManxnounCypriotmasculine
NationalitiesMoldovanEnglishnounAn inhabitant of the Republic of Moldova.
NationalitiesMoldovanEnglishnameThe dialect of Romanian spoken in the Republic of Moldova, which may be written in either the Cyrillic or the Roman alphabet.
NationalitiesMoldovanEnglishnameThe Romanian language (a name used primarily in Moldova).
NationalitiesMoldovanEnglishnameA surname.
NationalitiesMoldovanEnglishadjRelating to the country of Moldova.not-comparable
NationalitiesMoldovanEnglishadjRelating to the Moldovan language.not-comparable
NationalitiesNorwegianEnglishnounA native of Norway.countable uncountable
NationalitiesNorwegianEnglishnounA kind of fishing boat on the Great Lakes of North America.countable uncountable
NationalitiesNorwegianEnglishnounThe language of Norway, which has two official forms (written standards): Bokmål and Nynorsk.uncountable
NationalitiesNorwegianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Norway (the country)
NationalitiesNorwegianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Norwegian people
NationalitiesNorwegianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Norwegian language
NationalitiesSoolynaghManxadjSwedish (in nationality): / Swedish (in nationality)
NationalitiesSoolynaghManxnounSwedemasculine
NationalitiesSpanishEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Spain.not-comparable
NationalitiesSpanishEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the people or culture of Spain.not-comparable
NationalitiesSpanishEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Spanish language.not-comparable
NationalitiesSpanishEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Hispanic people or their culture.Canada US informal nonstandard not-comparable
NationalitiesSpanishEnglishnameA Romance language primarily spoken in Spain and in the Americas.uncountable
NationalitiesSpanishEnglishnameA town in Ontario, Canadacountable uncountable
NationalitiesSpanishEnglishnounPeople of Spain, collectively.collective countable plural uncountable
NationalitiesSpanishEnglishnounSpanish cuisine; traditional Spanish food.uncountable
NationalitiesSpanishEnglishnounPeople of Hispanic origin; one whose first language is Spanish.US collective countable in-plural informal nonstandard uncountable
NationalitiesTuvaluanEnglishnounA person from Tuvalu or of Tuvaluan descent.
NationalitiesTuvaluanEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to Tuvalu, the Tuvaluan people or the Tuvaluan language.not-comparable
NationalitiesTuvaluanEnglishnameThe Polynesian language mostly spoken in Tuvalu.
NationalitiesbelizeläinenFinnishadjBelizean
NationalitiesbelizeläinenFinnishnounBelizean (person)
NationalitiesbhutanilainenFinnishadjBhutanese
NationalitiesbhutanilainenFinnishnounA Bhutanese person.
NationalitiesdominicalainenFinnishadjDominican (related to Dominica)
NationalitiesdominicalainenFinnishnounA Dominican person (from Dominica).
NationalitiesgrenadalainenFinnishadjGrenadian
NationalitiesgrenadalainenFinnishnounA Grenadian person.
NationalitiesshqyptareAlbanianadjAlbanianfeminine singular
NationalitiesshqyptareAlbanianadjfeminine singular of shqyptarfeminine form-of singular
NationalitiesshqyptareAlbaniannounAn Albanian (specifically a female Albanian)feminine
NationalitiessomaliFinnishnounA Somali.
NationalitiessomaliFinnishnounThe Somali language.
NationalitiesspānietisLatviannounSpaniard (i.e., a man born in Spain).declension-2 masculine
NationalitiesspānietisLatviannounSpanish; pertaining to Spain and its peopledeclension-2 genitive masculine plural
Nationalitiesজার্মানBengaliadjGerman
Nationalitiesজার্মানBengalinounGerman (person from Germany)
Nationalitiesজার্মানBengalinameGerman (language)
NationalitiesఇటాలియనుTeluguadjOf or pertaining to Italy, its people or its language.
NationalitiesఇటాలియనుTelugunounAn inhabitant of Italy, or a person of Italian descent.
NationalitiesఇటాలియనుTelugunameItalian : The official language of Italy.
NatureಕುಣಿKannadanounhole
NatureಕುಣಿKannadanounpit
NatureಕುಣಿKannadaverbdance
NauticalspryngMiddle EnglishnounThe emergence or flowing of water: / A spring or font; a natural fountain.
NauticalspryngMiddle EnglishnounThe emergence or flowing of water: / A tide (change in sea level caused by the moon).
NauticalspryngMiddle EnglishnounNew growth of plants or trees; a twig, shrub, or a mass of shrubs.
NauticalspryngMiddle EnglishnounA source or origin; that which something originates from.
NauticalspryngMiddle EnglishnounThe rise of the sun; sunrise, dawn.
NauticalspryngMiddle EnglishnounA leap, jump, or strike.
NauticalspryngMiddle EnglishnounThe growth or appearance of hair.rare
NauticalspryngMiddle EnglishnounA clock's spring or coil.rare
NauticalspryngMiddle EnglishnounA snare for trapping birds.rare
NauticalspryngMiddle EnglishnounThe season between winter and summer; spring.rare
NauticalspryngMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of spryngenalt-of alternative
Neckweardog collarEnglishnounA collar for a dog.
Neckweardog collarEnglishnounA clerical collar.informal
Neckweardog collarEnglishnounA close-fitting woman's necklace.
NewspapersAustralianEnglishnounA person from the country of Australia or of Australian descent.
NewspapersAustralianEnglishnounA person from the continent of Australia.
NewspapersAustralianEnglishnounA language of the country or continent of Australia; Australian (Australian English).
NewspapersAustralianEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to Australia, the Australian people or Australian languages.not-comparable
NewspapersAustralianEnglishadjUpside down.US humorous not-comparable
NewspapersAustralianEnglishnameThe Australian, an Australian newspaper.
NobilityHethumidEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Hethumids: an Armenian dynasty who ruled the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia as princes and kings.not-comparable
NobilityHethumidEnglishnounA member of the Hethumids.
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.
NobilitychildMiddle EnglishnounA baby, infant, toddler; a person in infancy.
NobilitychildMiddle EnglishnounA child, kid; a young person.
NobilitychildMiddle EnglishnounAn offspring, one of one's progeny.
NobilitychildMiddle EnglishnounA childish or stupid individual.
NobilitychildMiddle EnglishnounThe Christ child; Jesus as a child.
NobilitychildMiddle EnglishnounA member of a creed (usually with the religion in the genitive preposing it)figuratively
NobilitychildMiddle EnglishnounA young male, especially one employed as an hireling.
NobilitychildMiddle EnglishnounA young noble training to become a knight; a squire or childe.
NobilitychildMiddle EnglishnounThe young of animals or plants.
NobilitychildMiddle EnglishnounA material as a result or outcome.
NobilitylordlyngMiddle EnglishnounA noble or lord; a minor or petty ruler.
NobilitylordlyngMiddle EnglishnounA way a noble addresses inferiors or peers
NobilitylordlyngMiddle EnglishnounA way a writer addresses their audienceLate-Middle-English rare
Norse deitiesFriggaEnglishnameAlternative form of Friggalt-of alternative
Norse deitiesFriggaEnglishname77 Frigga, a main belt asteroid.astronomy natural-sciences
NorwayOsloiteEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to Oslo.not-comparable
NorwayOsloiteEnglishnounSomeone from Oslo.
Nuclear warfarearms raceEnglishnounA competition for military supremacy between two powers, especially for the most weapons and the best military technology.
Nuclear warfarearms raceEnglishnounAny similar competition that involves competing developments.figuratively
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounA hole in the ground.
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounAn area at a racetrack used for refueling and repairing the vehicles during a race.hobbies lifestyle motor-racing racing sports
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounA section of the marching band containing mallet percussion instruments and other large percussion instruments too large to march, such as the tam tam. Also, the area on the sidelines where these instruments are placed.entertainment lifestyle music
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounA mine.
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounA hole or trench in the ground, excavated according to grid coordinates, so that the provenance of any feature observed and any specimen or artifact revealed may be established by precise measurement.archaeology history human-sciences sciences
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounA trading pit.business finance trading
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounArmpit.colloquial
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounA luggage hold.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounA small surface hole or depression, a fossa.countable
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounThe indented mark left by a pustule, as in smallpox.
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounThe grave, underworld or Hell.
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounAn enclosed area into which gamecocks, dogs, and other animals are brought to fight, or where dogs are trained to kill rats.
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounFormerly, that part of a theatre, on the floor of the house, below the level of the stage and behind the orchestra; now, in England, commonly the part behind the stalls; in the United States, the parquet; also, the occupants of such a part of a theatre.
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounPart of a casino which typically holds tables for blackjack, craps, roulette, and other games.gambling games
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounOnly used in the pits.in-plural slang with the
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounA mosh pit.slang
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounThe center of the line.American-football ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sports
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounThe emergency department.
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounA bed.government military politics warUK slang
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounAn undesirable location, especially an unclean one.informal
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishverbTo make pits in; to mark with little hollows.transitive
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishverbTo put (an animal) into a pit for fighting.transitive
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishverbTo bring (something) into opposition with something else.transitive
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishverbTo return to the pits during a race for refuelling, tyre changes, repairs etc.hobbies lifestyle motor-racing racing sportsintransitive
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounA seed inside a fruit; a stone or pip inside a fruit.
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounA shell in a drupe containing a seed.
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounThe core of an implosion nuclear weapon, consisting of the fissile material and any neutron reflector or tamper bonded to it.government military politics war
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishverbTo remove the stone from a stone fruit or the shell from a drupe.transitive
Nuclear warfarepitEnglishnounA pit bull terrier.informal
Numbersअर्कSanskritnouna ray, flash of lightning
Numbersअर्कSanskritnounthe sun
Numbersअर्कSanskritnounthe number 'twelve'
Numbersअर्कSanskritnounSunday
Numbersअर्कSanskritnounfire
Numbersअर्कSanskritnouncrystal
Numbersअर्कSanskritnounthe penis
Numbersअर्कSanskritnounpraise, hymn, song
Numbersअर्कSanskritnounone who praises, a singer
Numbersअर्कSanskritnouna learned man
Numbersअर्कSanskritnoungiant milk weed, (gigantic) swallow-wort (Calotropis gigantea, syn. Asclepias gigantea)
Numbersअर्कSanskritnouncopper
NutsbladdernutEnglishnounAny of several species of large shrubs or small trees, of the genus Staphylea, in the family Staphyleaceae
NutsbladdernutEnglishnounDiospyros whyteana, a species of tree with edible fruit, native to Africa.
Nymphaeales order plantsnymphaeaEnglishnounOriginally, the European white water lily; later also, a species of the genus Nymphaea.biology botany natural-sciences
Nymphaeales order plantsnymphaeaEnglishnounplural of nymphaeumform-of plural
Nymphaeales order plantswocusEnglishnounA large yellow water lily (Nuphar polysepala) found in the northwestern United States.US regional
Nymphaeales order plantswocusEnglishnounThe seeds of this water lily, eaten by the Klamath and others.US regional
Nymphalid butterfliesvagrantEnglishnounA person who wanders from place to place; a nomad, a wanderer.dated
Nymphalid butterfliesvagrantEnglishnounA person without settled employment or habitation who usually supports himself or herself by begging or some dishonest means; a tramp, a vagabond.specifically
Nymphalid butterfliesvagrantEnglishnounVagrans egista, a widely distributed Asian butterfly of the family Nymphalidae.
Nymphalid butterfliesvagrantEnglishnounAn animal, typically a bird, found outside its species' usual range.biology natural-sciences ornithologyespecially
Nymphalid butterfliesvagrantEnglishadjWandering from place to place, particularly when without any settled employment or habitation.
Nymphalid butterfliesvagrantEnglishadjOf or pertaining to a vagabond or vagrant, or a person fond of wandering.
Nymphalid butterfliesvagrantEnglishadjMoving without a certain direction; roving, wandering; also, erratic, unsettled.figuratively
OakschenierEnglishnounAn area of scrub oak growing in an accumulation of alluvial soil in a stream, creek, bayou, marsh or river.Louisiana uncountable usually
OakschenierEnglishnounA beach ridge consisting of sand or crushed shells raised above mudflats forming part of a strand plain.uncountable usually
ObesityobeastEnglishnounA very obese or overweight person.derogatory slang
ObesityobeastEnglishnounA intelligent demonic influence or entity.lifestyle religion
OccupationsbaronOld Frenchnounlord, baron (title of nobility)
OccupationsbaronOld Frenchnounhusbandbroadly
OccupationscopilotEnglishnounA backup or assistant pilot of an aircraft.
OccupationscopilotEnglishnounAn assistant, especially one that uses artificial intelligence.
OccupationscopilotEnglishverbTo serve as relief or assistant pilot.
OccupationsfarmerEnglishnounSomeone or something that farms, as: / A person who works the land and/or who keeps livestock; anyone engaged in agriculture on a farm.agent
OccupationsfarmerEnglishnounSomeone or something that farms, as: / More specifically, a farm owner, as distinguished from a farmworker or farmhand as a hired employee thereof.Britain agent especially
OccupationsfarmerEnglishnounOne who takes taxes, customs, excise, or other duties, to collect for a certain rate per cent.historical
OccupationsfarmerEnglishnounThe lord of the field, or one who farms the lot and cope of the crown.business mininghistorical
OccupationsfarmerEnglishnounA regular person; someone who did not receive a prestigious scholarship.Singapore slang
OccupationsfarmerEnglishnounA baby farmer (operator of a rural orphanage).dated
OccupationsknaveMiddle Englishnounson, male child (offspring)
OccupationsknaveMiddle Englishnounboy, lad, male child or baby
OccupationsknaveMiddle Englishnounguy, bloke, man
OccupationsknaveMiddle Englishnounservant, hireling, menial
OccupationsknaveMiddle Englishnounpeasant, lowly individual
OccupationsknaveMiddle Englishnouninfantryman, soldier
OccupationsknaveMiddle Englishnounknave, caitiff, despicable individual
OccupationspandayBikol Centralnounswordmaker; blacksmith; craftsman
OccupationspandayBikol Centralnouncarpenterliterary
OccupationspandayBikol Centralnounelectricianliterary
OccupationspistorLatinnounpounder of far/spelt (a slave who grinds it into flour)declension-3
OccupationspistorLatinnounmiller and/or bakerdeclension-3 from ~2c. BC
OccupationssisäänostajaFinnishnounpurchasing agent
OccupationssisäänostajaFinnishnounbuyer
OccupationsحسابArabicnounverbal noun of حَسَبَ (ḥasaba) (form I)form-of noun-from-verb
OccupationsحسابArabicnounverbal noun of حَاسَبَ (ḥāsaba) (form III)form-of noun-from-verb
OccupationsحسابArabicnounaccount
OccupationsحسابArabicnouncalculation
OccupationsحسابArabicnounarithmetic
OccupationsحسابArabicnounbill (invoice in a restaurant, etc.)
OccupationsحسابArabicnounaccountant
OccupationsحسابArabicnouncalculator (person who calculates)
OccupationsحسابArabicnounarithmetician
OccupationsحسابArabicnounplural of حَاسِب (ḥāsib)form-of plural
OccupationsحسابArabicadjmasculine plural of حَاسِب (ḥāsib)form-of masculine plural
OccupationsخشابArabicnounwoodcutter
OccupationsخشابArabicnounwood seller
OccupationsملاحنUrdunounsailor's wife
OccupationsملاحنUrdunounboatman's wife
OccupationsملاحنUrdunounboat-woman
OccupationsوشاءArabicnounvendor of وَشْي (wašy) cloth
OccupationsوشاءArabicnounplural of وَشْي (wašy)form-of plural
Occupationsআখঞ্জীBengalinounUsed to address a learned person/teacherarchaic
Occupationsআখঞ্জীBengalinamea surname, Akhonji
OccupationsჭონიGeorgiannounhatter, hat-maker, milliner
OccupationsჭონიGeorgiannountailor
Odishaఓఢ్రముTelugunounOrissa
Odishaఓఢ్రముTelugunounThe Oriya language.
Ohio, USAOhianEnglishnounAlternative form of Ohioanalt-of alternative
Ohio, USAOhianEnglishadjAlternative form of Ohioanalt-of alternative
Olive family plantsred ashEnglishnounFraxinus pennsylvanica, a species of ash tree native to eastern and central North America.
Olive family plantsred ashEnglishnounForest natal-mahogany (Trichilia dregeana)
OrganizationsMarine CorpsEnglishnameThe United States Marine Corps; one of the major divisions of the US military.
OrganizationsMarine CorpsEnglishnounAlternative form of marine corpsalt-of alternative
OrganizationsinstitutionEnglishnounA custom or practice of a society or community.countable uncountable
OrganizationsinstitutionEnglishnounA long established and respected organization, particularly one involved with education, public service, or charity work.countable uncountable
OrganizationsinstitutionEnglishnounThe building or buildings which house such an organization.countable uncountable
OrganizationsinstitutionEnglishnounEllipsis of mental institution.abbreviation alt-of countable ellipsis informal uncountable
OrganizationsinstitutionEnglishnounAny long established and respected place or business.countable informal uncountable
OrganizationsinstitutionEnglishnounA person long established in a place, position, or field.countable informal uncountable
OrganizationsinstitutionEnglishnounThe act of instituting something.countable uncountable
OrganizationsinstitutionEnglishnounThe act by which a bishop commits a cure of souls to a priest.Christianitycountable uncountable
OrganizationsinstitutionEnglishnounThat which institutes or instructs, particularly a textbook or system of elements or rules.countable obsolete uncountable
OrganizationsⲥⲱⲟⲩϩCopticnoungathering, meeting placeAkhmimic Bohairic Fayyumic Lycopolitan Sahidic
OrganizationsⲥⲱⲟⲩϩCopticnouninstituteBohairic
Otariid seals바다사자Koreannounsea lion
Otariid seals바다사자Koreannounthe Japanese sea lion, Zalophus californianus japonicus
Otocephalan fishmousefishEnglishnounThe sargassum fish, Histrio histrio.
Otocephalan fishmousefishEnglishnounGonorynchus gonorynchus, a kind of beaked salmon.
PaingripeMiddle EnglishnounGripping or grabbing; taking with the hand.
PaingripeMiddle EnglishnounA small group or collection of things.rare
PaingripeMiddle EnglishnounAn assault or attack.rare
PaingripeMiddle EnglishnounA twinge; a sharp pain.rare
PaingripeMiddle EnglishnounA griffin (mythological beast; also in heraldry).
PaingripeMiddle EnglishnounA vulture (compare modern English griffon vulture).
PaingripeMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of gripenalt-of alternative
Painin a world of hurtEnglishprep_phraseSuffering pain.
Painin a world of hurtEnglishprep_phraseSynonym of in a world of trouble
PainsmerteDanishnounpaincommon-gender
PainsmerteDanishnounsufferingcommon-gender
PainsmerteDanishnoungriefcommon-gender
PainsmerteDanishverbpain
PainsmerteDanishverbgrieve
PainsmerteDanishverbache
PainsmärtaSwedishadjinflection of smärt: ## definite singular ## plural / definite singulardefinite form-of singular
PainsmärtaSwedishadjinflection of smärt: ## definite singular ## plural / pluralform-of plural
PainsmärtaSwedishnouna pain, an ache, a sufferingcommon-gender
PainsmärtaSwedishverbto hurt, to pain
PainzeerDutchadjsore, painful
PainzeerDutchadjpainful, grieving
PainzeerDutchadjhurtful
PainzeerDutchadjaffected by a painful skin syndrome
PainzeerDutchnounA physical pain, ache, hurtneuter
PainzeerDutchnoungrief, sufferingneuter
PainzeerDutchnounA sore spot; crust on a wound, boil etc.archaic neuter
PainzeerDutchnounA cause of physical pain, notably disease; discomfort, uneasinessarchaic neuter
PainzeerDutchnounA flaw, fault, sin, defectneuter obsolete
PainzeerDutchadvvery, to a high degree or intensity
PainzeerDutchadvsorely, painfully, notably in zeer doen (“to hurt”)literally
PaintingslantEnglishnounA slope; an incline, inclination.
PaintingslantEnglishnounA sloped surface or line.
PaintingslantEnglishnounA run: a heading driven diagonally between the dip and strike of a coal seam.business mining
PaintingslantEnglishnounSynonym of slash ⟨ / ⟩, particularly in its use to set off pronunciations from other text.media publishing typography
PaintingslantEnglishnounAn oblique movement or course.
PaintingslantEnglishnounA sloping surface in a culture medium.biology natural-sciences
PaintingslantEnglishnounA pan with a sloped bottom used for holding paintbrushes.
PaintingslantEnglishnounA depression on a palette with a sloping bottom for holding and mixing watercolours.
PaintingslantEnglishnounA palette or similar container with slants or sloping depressions.
PaintingslantEnglishnounA sarcastic remark; shade, an indirect mocking insult.US obsolete
PaintingslantEnglishnounAn opportunity, particularly to go somewhere.slang
PaintingslantEnglishnounA crime committed for the purpose of being apprehended and transported to a major settlement.Australia slang
PaintingslantEnglishnounA point of view, an angle.
PaintingslantEnglishnounA look, a glance.US
PaintingslantEnglishnounA person with slanting eyes, particularly an East Asian.US derogatory ethnic slur
PaintingslantEnglishverbTo lean, tilt or incline.intransitive transitive
PaintingslantEnglishverbTo bias or skew.transitive
PaintingslantEnglishverbTo lie or exaggerate.Scotland intransitive
PaintingslantEnglishadjSloping; oblique; slanted.
Paper sizeselephantEnglishnounA mammal of the order Proboscidea, having a trunk, and two large ivory tusks jutting from the upper jaw.countable uncountable
Paper sizeselephantEnglishnounAny member of the subfamily Elephantinae not also of the genera Mammuthus and Primelephas.countable in particular uncountable
Paper sizeselephantEnglishnounAnything huge and ponderous.countable figuratively uncountable
Paper sizeselephantEnglishnounSynonym of elephant papermedia printing publishingcountable uncountable
Paper sizeselephantEnglishnounused when counting to add length, so that each count takes about one secondBritain childish countable uncountable
Paper sizeselephantEnglishnounIvory.obsolete uncountable
Paper sizeselephantEnglishnounA xiangqi piece that is moved two points diagonally, may not jump over intervening pieces and may not cross the river.board-games games xiangqicountable uncountable
ParasiteslouseEnglishnounA small parasitic wingless insect of the order Psocodea.
ParasiteslouseEnglishnounA contemptible person; one who is deceitful or causes harm.colloquial dated not usually used in plural form
ParasiteslouseEnglishverbTo remove lice from; to delouse.
ParentspappieAfrikaansnounDiminutive of padiminutive form-of
ParentspappieAfrikaansnoundaddy, poppachildish
ParrotsamatsoniFinnishnounamazon
ParrotsamatsoniFinnishnounAmazon parrot (parrot of the genus Amazona)
ParrotscaiqueEnglishnounA small wooden trading vessel, brightly painted and rigged for sail, traditionally used for fishing and trawling.nautical transport
ParrotscaiqueEnglishnounAny of four (previously two) species of parrot in the genus Pionites.
ParrotspopinjayEnglishnounA parrot.
ParrotspopinjayEnglishnounA decorative image of a parrot on a tapestry, cloth etc.obsolete
ParrotspopinjayEnglishnounA vain, gaudy person; someone who is shallow or superficial.dated
ParrotspopinjayEnglishnounA target to shoot at, typically stuffed with feathers or plumage.archery government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports war
ParrotspopinjayEnglishnounThe green woodpecker, Picus viridis.UK
PedophiliaPizzagateEnglishnameA 2004 controversy around the alleged throwing of food (variously reported as pizza, soup, or coffee) at Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson by an unknown Arsenal player after a match between those two teams.hobbies lifestyle sportsUK slang
PedophiliaPizzagateEnglishnameA 2016 conspiracy theory claiming that John Podesta, Hillary Clinton's campaign manager, was involved in human trafficking, and alleging the existence of a secret child sex ring associated with the Comet Ping Pong restaurant in Washington, D.C.slang
PeninsulasChukotkaEnglishnameA peninsula in the northeastern extremity of Asia; Chukchi Peninsula
PeninsulasChukotkaEnglishnameClipping of Chukotka Autonomous Okrug.abbreviation alt-of clipping
PeninsulasChukotkaEnglishname2509 Chukotka, an asteroid.astronomy natural-sciences
PeopleEagleEnglishnameThe Apollo Lunar Module of Apollo 11.
PeopleEagleEnglishnameA surname transferred from the nickname, from the name of the bird as a byname. See eagle.
PeopleEagleEnglishnameAny of a number of rivers in the United States and Canada.
PeopleEagleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A city in Alaska.
PeopleEagleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town, the county seat of Eagle County, Colorado.
PeopleEagleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A city in Idaho.
PeopleEagleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A village in Michigan.
PeopleEagleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A village in Nebraska.
PeopleEagleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town in New York.
PeopleEagleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A village in Wisconsin.
PeopleEagleEnglishnameA village in Eagle and Swinethorpe parish, North Kesteven district, Lincolnshire, England (OS grid ref SK8767).
PeopleEagleEnglishnounAn Eagle Scout.
PeopleEagleEnglishnounAn advancement to the Eagle Scout rank.
PeopleFrancophileEnglishnounOne who loves France, the French people, or French culture.
PeopleFrancophileEnglishadjLoving France, the French people, or French culture.
PeopleLatynMiddle EnglishnameThe Latin language or speech/text in it.
PeopleLatynMiddle EnglishnameSpeech in general; what one says.
PeopleLatynMiddle EnglishnameA Roman; one who (natively) speaks Latin.
PeopleLatynMiddle EnglishnameA member of the Western church.rare
PeopleLatynMiddle EnglishadjRelating to the Latin language: / Latin-speaking; using Latin.
PeopleLatynMiddle EnglishadjRelating to the Latin language: / Written in or composed in Latin.rare
PeopleLatynMiddle EnglishadjRelating to the Romans.
PeoplePUAEnglishnounInitialism of pickup artist.lifestyle seduction-community sexualityabbreviation alt-of initialism
PeoplePUAEnglishnounInitialism of potentially unwanted application.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
PeoplePUAEnglishnounInitialism of Private Use Area (the ranges of Unicode code points reserved for private use).computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
PeopleScandinavophileEnglishnounSynonym of Scandinavianist (“A supporter of Scandinavianism”)historical
PeopleScandinavophileEnglishadjSynonym of Scandinavianist (“Pertaining to Scandinavianism”)historical not-comparable rare
PeopleWechslerGermannounchangerin-compounds masculine strong
PeopleWechslerGermannounEllipsis of Geldwechsler (“money changer”).abbreviation alt-of ellipsis masculine strong
PeopleWilmingtonianEnglishadjOf or relating to Wilmington, Delaware.
PeopleWilmingtonianEnglishnounA native or inhabitant of Wilmington, Delaware.
PeopleadultererEnglishnounOne who commits adultery: a spouse who has sex with a non-spouse
PeopleadultererEnglishnounA male adulterer specifically, opposite adulteress referring to female ones.
PeopleaoghaireScottish Gaelicnounherdsman, pastor, shepherdmasculine
PeopleaoghaireScottish Gaelicnounpastor (ecclesiastical)masculine
PeopleartisteEnglishnounA public performer, especially of song or dance.
PeopleartisteEnglishnounAny person with artistic skill, such as a hairdresser or a cook.
PeoplebairnEnglishnounA child or baby.Scotland
PeoplebairnEnglishverbTo make pregnant.Scotland transitive
PeopleblatherskiteEnglishnounA voluble purveyor of nonsense; a blusterer.countable uncountable
PeopleblatherskiteEnglishnounA worthless fellow; a deadbeat.countable uncountable
PeopleblatherskiteEnglishnounNonsense or blather; empty talk.countable uncountable
PeoplecavemanEnglishnounAn early human or closely related species, popularly held to reside in caves.
PeoplecavemanEnglishnounA person with backward, primitive behavior, opinions, or interests. / A brutish person, one who behaves in a rough, uncivilized way.derogatory figuratively informal
PeoplecavemanEnglishnounA person with backward, primitive behavior, opinions, or interests. / Someone, especially a man, who has regressive, old-fashioned attitudes, particularly with regard to women; someone opposed to change or modernity.derogatory figuratively informal
PeoplecavemanEnglishnounA person with backward, primitive behavior, opinions, or interests.derogatory figuratively informal
PeopleconferencierEnglishnounA person who organizes a conference, or is a leading member of one
PeopleconferencierEnglishnounA compère or master of ceremonies in a revue
PeopleconvertEnglishverbTo transform or change (something) into another form, substance, state, or product.transitive
PeopleconvertEnglishverbTo change (something) from one use, function, or purpose to another.transitive
PeopleconvertEnglishverbTo induce (someone) to adopt a particular religion, faith, ideology or belief (see also sense 11).transitive
PeopleconvertEnglishverbTo exchange for something of equal value.transitive
PeopleconvertEnglishverbTo express (a quantity) in alternative units.transitive
PeopleconvertEnglishverbTo express (a unit of measurement) in terms of another; to furnish a mathematical formula by which a quantity, expressed in the former unit, may be given in the latter.transitive
PeopleconvertEnglishverbTo appropriate wrongfully or unlawfully; to commit the common law tort of conversion.lawtransitive
PeopleconvertEnglishverbTo score extra points after (a try) by completing a conversion.ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle rugby sportsintransitive transitive
PeopleconvertEnglishverbTo score (especially a penalty kick).ball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sportsintransitive transitive
PeopleconvertEnglishverbTo score a spare.intransitive
PeopleconvertEnglishverbTo undergo a conversion of religion, faith or belief (see also sense 3).intransitive
PeopleconvertEnglishverbTo become converted.intransitive
PeopleconvertEnglishverbTo cause to turn; to turn.obsolete transitive
PeopleconvertEnglishverbTo change (one proposition) into another, so that what was the subject of the first becomes the predicate of the second.human-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciencestransitive
PeopleconvertEnglishverbTo turn into another language; to translate.obsolete transitive
PeopleconvertEnglishverbTo increase one's individual score, especially from 50 runs (a fifty) to 100 runs (a century), or from a century to a double or triple century.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
PeopleconvertEnglishverbTo perform the action that an online advertisement is intended to induce; to reach the point of conversion.business marketingintransitive
PeopleconvertEnglishverbTo transform a material or positional advantage into a win.board-games chess gamesintransitive transitive
PeopleconvertEnglishnounA person who has converted to a religion.
PeopleconvertEnglishnounA person who is now in favour of something that he or she previously opposed or disliked.
PeopleconvertEnglishnounAnyone who has converted from being one thing to being another.
PeopleconvertEnglishnounThe equivalent of a conversion in rugbyball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sportsCanadian
PeoplecourierEnglishnounA person who delivers messages.
PeoplecourierEnglishnounA company that delivers messages.
PeoplecourierEnglishnounA company that transports goods.
PeoplecourierEnglishnounA user who earns access to a topsite by uploading warez.Internet
PeoplecourierEnglishnounA person who looks after and guides tourists.
PeoplecourierEnglishverbTo deliver by courier.
PeoplecutieEnglishnounA cute person or animal.
PeoplecutieEnglishnounA clementine: a small, waxy-peeled orange hybrid cultivar that is easy to peel by hand.
PeoplecutieEnglishnounAny small mandarin orange variety such as a tangerine or a satsuma.broadly
PeopledocentEnglishadjInstructive; that teaches.
PeopledocentEnglishnounA teacher or lecturer at some universities (in central Europe, etc.)
PeopledocentEnglishnounA tour guide at a museum, art gallery, historical site, etc.US
PeopledrafterEnglishnounA person who prepares technical drawings and