Sample of disambiguated categories (>1 candidate)

Sample of disambiguated categories (>1 candidate)

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AbrahamismThượng ĐếVietnamesenameShangdihuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesChinese
AbrahamismThượng ĐếVietnamesenameEllipsis of Ngọc Hoàng Thượng Đế (“the Jade Emperor”).abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
AbrahamismThượng ĐếVietnamesenameSynonym of Chúa (“Lord; God”)broadly
Actinide series chemical elementsFmTranslingualsymbolfermium.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
Actinide series chemical elementsFmTranslingualsymbolF minor.entertainment lifestyle music
AfghanistanafgánHungarianadjAfghan (of, from, or pertaining to Afghanistan)not-comparable
AfghanistanafgánHungariannounAfghan (a person from Afghanistan or of Afghan descent)
AgepełnoletniaPolishnounfemale equivalent of pełnoletni (“adult”)feminine form-of noun-from-verb
AgepełnoletniaPolishadjfeminine nominative/vocative singular of pełnoletnifeminine form-of nominative singular vocative
AgricultureřumTarifitnounstrawplural
AgricultureřumTarifitnounhayplural
AgricultureторBulgariannounmanure (singular only)
AgricultureторBulgariannounfertiliser
AlchemyspiceMiddle Englishnounspices (powders used to flavour meals or dishes): / Spices as used as scents or to enhance the smell of something.
AlchemyspiceMiddle Englishnounspices (powders used to flavour meals or dishes): / Spices as used in medicinal preparations; by extension, medicine in general.
AlchemyspiceMiddle Englishnounspices (powders used to flavour meals or dishes): / Spices as used in alchemical preparations.
AlchemyspiceMiddle EnglishnounA variety, sort, or kind of something: / A distinct kind of creature; a species.
AlchemyspiceMiddle EnglishnounA variety, sort, or kind of something: / A type of disease or affliction.
AlchemyspiceMiddle EnglishnounA variety, sort, or kind of something: / A type of sinful behaviour or action; an action or behaviour in general.
AlchemyspiceMiddle EnglishnounA variety, sort, or kind of something: / A part, especially of a discipline or line of study.
AlchemyspiceMiddle EnglishnounA seeming or presence; the way something looks from the outside: / The perception of something using any sense or innate ability.human-sciences philosophy sciences
AlchemyspiceMiddle EnglishnounA seeming or presence; the way something looks from the outside: / The communion wafer when transubstantiated.Christianity
AlchemyspiceMiddle EnglishnounA seeming or presence; the way something looks from the outside: / An appearance or image (either mental or real)rare
AlchemyspiceMiddle EnglishnounA meal (usually sweet) incorporating spices.
AlchemyspiceMiddle EnglishnounA plant which spices are made from.
AlchemyspiceMiddle EnglishnounA complimentary appellation.rare
Alcoholic beveragesalakTagalognounalcoholic beverage; liquor
Alcoholic beveragesalakTagalognounalcohol
Alcoholic beveragesalakTagalognounwine
Alcoholic beveragesbirraItaliannounbeerfeminine
Alcoholic beveragesbirraItaliannounbeer, glass of beerfeminine
Alcoholic beveragesjabłecznikPolishnounapple pieinanimate masculine
Alcoholic beveragesjabłecznikPolishnouncider (alcoholic beverage)inanimate masculine
Alcoholic beveragesjabłecznikPolishnounagrimony (plant of the genus Agrimonia)inanimate masculine rare
Alcoholic beveragespomaceEnglishnounSynonym of cider, a soft or hard drink made from apples.countable obsolete rare uncountable
Alcoholic beveragespomaceEnglishnounThe pulp remaining from a substance pressed to extract its oil or juice, particularly / Such residue in the process of cider making.countable uncountable
Alcoholic beveragespomaceEnglishnounThe pulp remaining from a substance pressed to extract its oil or juice, particularly / Such residue (especially fish scrap and castor cake) used as fertilizer.countable historical uncommon uncountable
Alcoholic beveragespomaceEnglishnounThe pulp remaining from a substance pressed to extract its oil or juice, particularly / Such residue in the process of winemaking.countable uncountable
Alcoholic beveragespomaceEnglishnounSynonym of pulp: any mashed substance.UK archaic countable regional uncountable
Alcoholic beveragespomaceEnglishnounThe mass of apples created during cider making before the juice is pressed out.countable uncommon uncountable
Alcoholic beveragespomaceEnglishnounSheep offal.countable obsolete uncountable
Alliumscreamh-gàrraidhScottish Gaelicnounleekmasculine
Alliumscreamh-gàrraidhScottish Gaelicnounchivesmasculine
AlphabetsDeseretEnglishnameA state, proposed in 1849 and never recognized, which would have included most of Utah and Nevada and parts of other states.historical
AlphabetsDeseretEnglishnameThe state of Utah itself, especially the Salt Lake Valley and environs.poetic
AlphabetsDeseretEnglishnameA script, invented in Utah, conceived of as a radical reform and replacement of the Latin script, intended for writing English phonetically. Example: the word seven in Deseret is 𐑅𐐯𐑂𐐮𐑌.
Amusement ridesmontagnes russesFrenchnounrollercoaster (amusement ride)feminine plural plural-only
Amusement ridesmontagnes russesFrenchnounrollercoaster (any situation in which there are ups and downs or violent changes; hectic situation)feminine plural plural-only
AnatomycosCatalannounbody (physical structure of a human or animal)masculine
AnatomycosCatalannounbody, corpsemasculine
AnatomycucaPortuguesenounheadfamiliar feminine
AnatomycucaPortuguesenounStreuselkuchen (a cake of German origin made of yeast dough covered with sweet crumb topping)South-Brazil feminine
AnatomycucaPortuguesenouna skilled cook or chefhumorous masculine
AnatomytuhodCebuanonounthe knee; the joint or the region of the joint in the middle part of the leg between the thigh and the shank
AnatomytuhodCebuanoverbto hit with the knee
AnatomyvitCatalannounpenismasculine
AnatomyvitCatalannouna whip or baton made from a bull's penismasculine
AnatomyvitCatalannounVine shoot, tendrilarchaic masculine
AnatomyκύβιτονAncient Greeknounelbow; cubit
AnatomyκύβιτονAncient Greeknounpoint of the elbow
AnatomyбыдзыAdyghenounbreast
AnatomyбыдзыAdyghenounteat
AnatomyбыдзыAdyghenounbosom
AnatomyKunigamicharactergrade-1-kanji kanji no-gloss
AnatomyKunigaminounmouth
AnatomyKunigaminounlanguage
AnatomyKunigaminoundialect
AnatomyKunigaminounspeech
Anatomy尾巴Chinesenountail
Anatomy尾巴Chinesenountail-like part
Ancient GreeceanaximenoSpanishadjAnaximeneanhuman-sciences philosophy sciences
Ancient GreeceanaximenoSpanishnounAnaximeneanhuman-sciences philosophy sciencesmasculine
Ancient RomeGallo-RomanEnglishnounA Romanized Gaul, i.e. a Gaulish person who adopted or adapted the culture, language etc. of the Roman Empire following the establishment of Roman rule in the region of Gaul.historical
Ancient RomeGallo-RomanEnglishadjPertaining to the period of Roman rule in Gaul, 50 BC–486 AD.
Ancient RomeGallo-RomanEnglishadjPertaining to the Gallo-Romans.
Ancient RomekonsulasLithuaniannounconsul (official residing in major foreign towns to represent and protect the interests of the merchants and citizens of their country)
Ancient RomekonsulasLithuaniannounconsul (either of the two heads of government and state of the Roman Republic or the equivalent nominal post under the Roman and Byzantine Empires)historical
Ancient RomekonsulasLithuaniannounconsul (any of the three heads of government and state of France between 1799 and 1804)historical
Anemoneae tribe plantslove vineEnglishnounAny of various Cassytha species alleged to have aphrodisiac properties.
Anemoneae tribe plantslove vineEnglishnounClematis virginiana, virgin's bower a North American ornamental vine.
Anemoneae tribe plantslove vineEnglishnounAny of various Cuscuta species confused with Cassytha.
Anemoneae tribe plantslove vineEnglishnounIpomoea lobata, a Brazilian vine related to morning glory.
Animal body partscorazzaItaliannouncuirass, breastplatefeminine
Animal body partscorazzaItaliannouncarapacefeminine
Animal body partscorazzaItaliannounarmour/armorfeminine
Animal body partscorazzaItalianverbinflection of corazzare: / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
Animal body partscorazzaItalianverbinflection of corazzare: / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
Animal soundsβρίμηAncient Greeknounstrength, might, power
Animal soundsβρίμηAncient Greeknounbellowing, roaring
Animal soundsβρίμηAncient Greeknounthreat, menace
Animal soundsβρίμηAncient Greeknounwomanly vice
AnimalsbiesseWalloonnounanimalfeminine
AnimalsbiesseWalloonadjstupidfeminine masculine
AnimalscandarNorthern Kurdishadjalive
AnimalscandarNorthern Kurdishadjliving
AnimalscandarNorthern Kurdishnounanimal
AnimalsjevodilVolapüknounlittle horse (horsy)
AnimalsjevodilVolapüknounpony
Animals올히Jejunounthe current year; this year
Animals올히Jejunounduck
AnimationanimaciónSpanishnounanimationfeminine
AnimationanimaciónSpanishnounjauntiness; livelinessfeminine
AnimationanimaciónSpanishnouncheerleadingfeminine
AntelopespuikkijaFinnishnounduiker (antelope of the subfamily Cephalophinae, found in South Africa)biology natural-sciences zoology
AntelopespuikkijaFinnishnounforest duiker (antelope of the genus Cephalophus within that family)
Anuranshorned toadEnglishnounSynonym of horned frog
Anuranshorned toadEnglishnounA South American frog of the genus Ceratophrys
Apiales order plantsparasol treeEnglishnounPolyscias kikuyuensis, a plant in the Araliaceae family, endemic to Kenya.
Apiales order plantsparasol treeEnglishnounFirmiana simplex, a plant in the Malvaceae family, native to Asia.
AppearancefettGermanadjfat
AppearancefettGermanadjrich, containing a lot of fat
AppearancefettGermanadjboldmedia publishing typography
AppearancefettGermanadjawesome, phatcolloquial
AppearancefettGermanadjdrunkAustria colloquial
Apple Inc.蘋果Chinesenounapple (fruit) (Classifier: 個/个; 隻/只; 顆/颗)
Apple Inc.蘋果ChinesenounShort for 蘋果手機/苹果手机 (Píngguǒ shǒujī, “iPhone”). (Classifier: 部 m c; 臺/台 m)abbreviation alt-of
Apple Inc.蘋果ChinesenameApple Inc.
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).
ArachnidsܩܪܕܐClassical Syriacnountick (Ixodes ricinus and others)
ArachnidsܩܪܕܐClassical Syriacnouncastor oil plant (Ricinus communis)
ArachnidsܩܪܕܐClassical Syriacnouncastor bean
Aramaic cardinal numbersאלפאAramaicnounship, boat, galley
Aramaic cardinal numbersאלפאAramaicnounGreek letter Αuncountable
Aramaic cardinal numbersאלפאAramaicnumthousand
ArchaeologysouterrainFrenchadjunderground
ArchaeologysouterrainFrenchnoununderground passage, tunnelmasculine
Architectural elementssoffittoItaliannounceiling; soffitmasculine
Architectural elementssoffittoItaliannounroof (overhanging rock wall)masculine
Architectural elementsدروازهPersiannoungateIran
Architectural elementsدروازهPersiannoundoorDari
Argentiniform fishspookfishEnglishnounA fish, the barreleye.
Argentiniform fishspookfishEnglishnounAny of several species of chimaera
ArthropodsarthropodanEnglishadjOf, or relating to, arthropods.biology natural-sciences zoologynot-comparable
ArthropodsarthropodanEnglishnounAn arthropod.biology natural-sciences zoology
Artificial languagesklingonFinnishnounKlingon, Klingonese (fictional language)
Artificial languagesklingonFinnishnounA Klingon (fictional character)
ArtilleryпушкарьRussiannouncannoneer (15th–17th century artilleryman)historical
ArtilleryпушкарьRussiannouncannon founder, cannon makerhistorical
Astereae tribe plantssnakeweedEnglishnounAny of various not closely related plants reputed to cure snakebite.uncountable usually
Astereae tribe plantssnakeweedEnglishnounAny of genus Gutierrezia of poisonous American plants; matchweed.uncountable usually
Astereae tribe plantssnakeweedEnglishnounBistorta officinalis (common bistort).uncountable usually
AstrobiologyxenologyEnglishnounThe study of alien life.literature media publishing science-fictionuncountable
AstrobiologyxenologyEnglishnounHomology from horizontal gene transfer.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciencesuncountable
Astrology朱雀JapanesenameVermilion Bird, one of the Four Symbols in the Chinese constellations
Astrology朱雀JapanesenameVermilion Bird
Astrology朱雀JapanesenameVermilion Bird
Astrology朱雀JapanesenameVermilion Bird
Astrology朱雀JapanesenameVermilion Bird
Astrology朱雀JapanesenameVermilion Bird
AstronomyCaronteGaliciannameCharon (moon of Pluto)masculine
AstronomyCaronteGaliciannameCharon (mythical ferryman of the dead)masculine
AstronomystarfallEnglishnounA great number of stars descending downward within outer space or the atmosphere; a meteor shower.astrology climatology human-sciences meteorology mysticism natural-sciences philosophy sciencescountable rare uncountable
AstronomystarfallEnglishnounThe act of landing on a star.literature media publishing science-fictioncountable uncountable
AstronomystarfallEnglishnounDark night; the time when stars become visible.uncountable
AstronomystarfallEnglishnounThe time when a shooting star or meteor shower occurs.uncountable
Astronomyഉപഗ്രഹംMalayalamnounsatellite; a body orbiting a larger one / natural satellite, including moon
Astronomyഉപഗ്രഹംMalayalamnounsatellite; a body orbiting a larger one / artificial satellite
AstrophysicsastrofizykaPolishnounastrophysicsnatural-sciences physical-sciences physicsfeminine
AstrophysicsastrofizykaPolishnoungenitive/accusative singular of astrofizykaccusative form-of genitive singular
Atheriniform fishksiężycówkaPolishnounmoonshine (illicit homemade liquor)colloquial feminine humorous
Atheriniform fishksiężycówkaPolishnounMexican grunion (Leuresthes tenuis)feminine
Atheriniform fishksiężycówkaPolishnouna type of accordioncolloquial feminine
AthletesboxerRomaniannounboxer (participant in a boxing match)masculine
AthletesboxerRomaniannounboxer (breed of dog)masculine
Atmospheric phenomenazamiećPolishnounwind-borne snow, dust, or sandfeminine
Atmospheric phenomenazamiećPolishverbsecond-person singular imperative of zamieśćform-of imperative second-person singular
Atmospheric phenomenaмаглаMacedoniannounfogclimatology meteorology natural-sciences
Atmospheric phenomenaмаглаMacedoniannounmist, hazeclimatology meteorology natural-sciences
AustraliaausztrálHungarianadjAustralian (of, or relating to Australia and its people)not-comparable
AustraliaausztrálHungariannounAustralian (person)
AustriavienésSpanishadjViennese (from or connected with Vienna)
AustriavienésSpanishnounViennese (inhabitant or resident of Vienna)masculine
AutomobilesRolls-RoyceEnglishnameAny of several British companies that make motor cars, aero engines, etc.
AutomobilesRolls-RoyceEnglishnounA car made by this manufacturer.
AutomobilesRolls-RoyceEnglishnounAnything that is the best of its type; the best quality product possible.British informal
BabiesbeşikTurkishnouncradle (oscillating bed for a baby)
BabiesbeşikTurkishnounnutmegball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sports
Baby animalscoltMiddle EnglishnounA juvenile equid or camel; a colt.
Baby animalscoltMiddle EnglishnounA human child.derogatory rare
Baby animalsjongDutchadjyoung
Baby animalsjongDutchadjnew
Baby animalsjongDutchnounA young: a young being, especially an immature animal.neuter
Baby animalsjongDutchverbinflection of jongen: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / first-person singular present indicativefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
Baby animalsjongDutchverbinflection of jongen: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / imperativeform-of imperative
Baby animalspinkyEnglishadjPinkish.
Baby animalspinkyEnglishnounMethylated spirits mixed with red wine or Condy's crystals.Australia historical slang uncountable
Baby animalspinkyEnglishnounA baby mouse, especially when used as food for a snake, etc.countable uncountable
Baby animalspinkyEnglishnounA white person.countable ethnic offensive slang slur uncountable
Baby animalspinkyEnglishnounThe Australasian snapper or pink snapper (Chrysophrys auratus).Australia countable informal uncountable
Baby animalspinkyEnglishnounA kind of fishing schooner of New England.countable historical uncountable
Baby animalspinkyEnglishnounThe smallest finger or toe of a hand or foot.Australia Canada Scotland US informal
Baby animalspinkyEnglishadjwinking
Baby animalspoussinFrenchnounchick (a young chicken)masculine
Baby animalspoussinFrenchnounsweetheart, darling (used to address a young boy, or to address a man one is in a romantic relationship with)endearing masculine
Baby animalsżurawikPolishnounDiminutive of żuraw; small, young crane (bird)animal-not-person diminutive form-of masculine
Baby animalsżurawikPolishnounDiminutive of żuraw; small crane (machinery)diminutive form-of inanimate masculine
BabyloniaBabilonyaTagalognameBabylonhistorical
BabyloniaBabilonyaTagalognameBabyloniahistorical
BarnaclesarneiroGaliciannounacorn barnacle (Semibalanus balanoides)masculine
BarnaclesarneiroGaliciannounsandy placemasculine
BarnaclesarneiroGaliciannounsievemasculine
BeddingduvetEnglishnounA quilt or usually flat cloth bag with a filling (traditionally down) and usually an additional washable cover, used instead of blankets; often called a comforter or quilt, especially in US English.British Canada New-Zealand
BeddingduvetEnglishnounShort for duvet cover.US abbreviation alt-of
BeddingشبريةEgyptian Arabicnouncamel-litter, cacoletobsolete
BeddingشبريةEgyptian Arabicnounbedsteadobsolete
BeddingفرشةSouth Levantine Arabicnounmattress
BeddingفرشةSouth Levantine Arabicnounbed
BeetlesescaravelhoPortuguesenounbeetle (insect)masculine
BeetlesescaravelhoPortuguesenounscarabmasculine
BeetlesжучокRussiannoundiminutive of жук (žuk) (small) beetle, bug (insect)animate diminutive form-of
BeetlesжучокRussiannounhome-made electrical fuseinanimate
BeetlesжучокRussiannounbug, wiretap (an electronic intercept device)inanimate
BelarusbiałoruszczyznaPolishnounBelarusian (language)feminine
BelarusbiałoruszczyznaPolishnounBelarusiannessfeminine
BerriesшиповникRussiannoundog rose, dogrose (Rosa canina)
BerriesшиповникRussiannounrosehip
BeveragessipEnglishnounA small mouthful of drink
BeveragessipEnglishnounAn event at which people drink alcohol in small, usually sub-intoxicating amounts.
BeveragessipEnglishverbTo drink slowly, small mouthfuls at a time.transitive
BeveragessipEnglishverbTo drink a small quantity.intransitive
BeveragessipEnglishverbTo taste the liquor of; to drink out of.
BeveragessipEnglishverbAlternative form of seepScotland US alt-of alternative dated
BeveragessipEnglishverbTo consume slowly.figuratively
BeveragesyauponEnglishnounThe yaupon holly, Ilex vomitoria, an evergreen holly shrub with white flowers and red or yellow berries, found in the south-eastern United States.countable uncountable
BeveragesyauponEnglishnounA tea-like drink, "black drink", brewed from the leaves of this holly (or, sometimes, Ilex cassine).countable uncountable
Bibleபுலம்பல்Tamilnamethe Book of Lamentations
Bibleபுலம்பல்Tamilnounlamentation, whining, babbling
Bibleபுலம்பல்Tamilnouna mournful song; elegycommunications journalism literature media poetry publishing writing
Biblical charactersJāzepsLatviannameJoseph (Biblical figure)masculine
Biblical charactersJāzepsLatviannamea male given namemasculine
Biblical charactersThaddäusGermannameThaddaeus (Biblical figure)
Biblical charactersThaddäusGermannamea male given name of rare usage
BirdsabelleiroGaliciannounbeekeepermasculine
BirdsabelleiroGaliciannounEuropean bee-eater (Merops apiaster)masculine
BirdsabelleiroGaliciannounwasp nestmasculine
BirdsespátulaSpanishnounspatula, (UK) fish slice, turner, pancake turner, kitchen turner, cooking turner, (US) flipper (kitchen utensil)feminine
BirdsespátulaSpanishnounscraper, wall scraper, wallpaper scraper, putty knife (a hand tool to scrape or a hand tool with a flexible blade to apply putty)feminine
BirdsespátulaSpanishnounsqueegee (a short-handled tool, especially as used on car windshields and home windows)feminine
BirdsespátulaSpanishnounspoonbillfeminine
BirdsξεφτέριGreeknounEurasian sparrowhawk (Accipiter nisus)
BirdsξεφτέριGreeknounbright spark, quickwitted, intelligentfiguratively
BirdsกระจอกThainoun(นก~) sparrow.biology natural-sciences zoology
BirdsกระจอกThainoun(แมว~) a type of cat with an entirely black body, yellow eyes, and grey or white hair around the mouth or nose, traditionally believed to bring good luck.archaic
BirdsกระจอกThainounnail, as fingernail, toenail, claw, talon, etc.archaic poetic
BirdsกระจอกThaiverbto limp; to hobble.archaic
BirdsกระจอกThaiadjlame; crippled; disabled.archaic
BirdsกระจอกThaiadjinferior; poor; low.derogatory offensive slang
BirdsกระจอกThaiadjinferior; insignificant; good for nothing.derogatory offensive slang
BirdsბატიMingreliannoungoose
BirdsბატიMingreliannounthe young of animals, usually a buffalo baby
Birds鷯哥Chinesenounhill myna (Gracula)
Birds鷯哥Chinesenounmyna (Acridotheres)dialectal
Birds of preyacvilăRomaniannouneaglefeminine
Birds of preyacvilăRomaniannounA seal or coat of arms featuring an eaglegovernment heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicsfeminine
Birds of preyndunduKikuyunounsecret talk, secret agreementclass-9
Birds of preyndunduKikuyunounowlclass-10 class-9
Bivalvessliogán maraIrishnounscallopmasculine
Bivalvessliogán maraIrishnounseashellmasculine
BluesсинийRussianadjdeep blue
BluesсинийRussianadjindigo
BluesсинийRussianadjdead (sense transferred from the bluish color of a dead person's face)colloquial figuratively
BluesсинийRussianadjdrunken, drunk (also acts as noun)colloquial figuratively
BluesсинийRussianadjbeing a thief belonging to the Russian mafia (from the blue color of the tattoos that cover his body)slang
Bodies of waterlumEnglishnounA chimney; also, the top part of a chimney.Northern-England Scotland
Bodies of waterlumEnglishnounA chimney; also, the top part of a chimney. / A ventilating chimney over the shaft of a mine.business miningNorthern-England Scotland specifically
Bodies of waterlumEnglishnounA grove or wood; also, a woody valley.Northern-England Scotland dialectal
Bodies of waterlumEnglishnounA deep pool, especially one in a riverbed.Northern-England Scotland dialectal
Bodies of waterбухтаRussiannounbay, inlet, cove
Bodies of waterбухтаRussiannouncoil (of rope, wire, etc.)
Bodies of waterسمندرUrdunounsea, ocean
Bodies of waterسمندرUrdunounvast; boundless; limitless (entity, land etc.)figuratively
BodyenfeblenMiddle EnglishverbTo cause to become feeble or weakened; to enfeeble
BodyenfeblenMiddle EnglishverbTo become feeble or weakened.rare
BodylibeleSwazinounbreast
BodylibeleSwazinounsorghum
BodyvoetMiddle Dutchnounfoot (bottom of the leg)masculine
BodyvoetMiddle Dutchnounpaw (foot of an animal)masculine
BodyvoetMiddle Dutchnounfoot, bottom part, basemasculine
BodyvoetMiddle Dutchnounfoot, leg, supportmasculine
BodyvoetMiddle Dutchnounfoot (unit of measure)masculine
Body partsbachorzaPolishnounmuddy valley, marsh, wetland, swampfeminine
Body partsbachorzaPolishnounintestinesfeminine regional
Body partsbachorzaPolishnoungenitive singular of bachorzform-of genitive inanimate masculine singular
Body partsbarbăRomaniannounbeardfeminine
Body partsbarbăRomaniannounchinfeminine
Body partsحشفةArabicnountip / cay, cliff, rock, and other geological formations
Body partsحشفةArabicnountip / ulcer
Body partsحشفةArabicnountip / stubble
Body partsحشفةArabicnountip / glans / Ellipsis of حَشَفَة الْقَضِيب (ḥašafat al-qaḍīb, “glans penis”).anatomy medicine sciencesabbreviation alt-of ellipsis
Body partsحشفةArabicnountip / glans / Ellipsis of حَشَفَة البَظْر (ḥašafat al-baẓr, “clitoral glans”).anatomy medicine sciencesabbreviation alt-of ellipsis
Body partsحشفةArabicnounsingulative of حَشَف (ḥašaf)form-of singulative
BooksβοήθημαGreeknounhelp (usually financial), subsidy, handout
BooksβοήθημαGreeknounvade mecum, reference book
Books of the BibleSamuelaHawaiiannameSamuel (in old versions of the Bible).biblical lifestyle religion
Books of the BibleSamuelaHawaiiannamea male given name originating from the Bible, of 19th century usage
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
Boroughs in EnglandHounslowEnglishnameA town in western Greater London, England.
Boroughs in EnglandHounslowEnglishnameA London borough of Greater London.
Boroughs in EnglandHounslowEnglishnameA surname.
Boroughs in EnglandRichmond upon ThamesEnglishnameThe full name of Richmond in south-west London, England, also known as Richmond on Thames.
Boroughs in EnglandRichmond upon ThamesEnglishnameA London borough of Greater London.
BotanybotaniqueFrenchadjof botany; botanicalrelational
BotanybotaniqueFrenchnounbotany (branch of biology concerned with the scientific study of plants)feminine
BreadsbaguetteFrenchnounstick, rod, any long thin objectfeminine
BreadsbaguetteFrenchnounbaguette, French stickfood lifestylefeminine
BreadsbaguetteFrenchnounchopstickfeminine
BreadsbaguetteFrenchnoundrumstick; (conductor's) batonentertainment lifestyle musicfeminine
BreadsbaguetteFrenchnounwandfeminine
BreadsbaguetteFrenchnoungun-stick, rod for stuffing the gun with ammunitionengineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponryfeminine
BreadsbaguetteFrenchnounthe barrel of a gunLouisiana feminine
BreadsbiscuitEnglishnounA small, flat, baked good which is either hard and crisp or else soft but firm; a cookie.Australia Canada Ireland New-Zealand UK countable rare sometimes uncountable
BreadsbiscuitEnglishnounA small, usually soft and flaky bread, generally made with baking soda, which is similar in texture to a scone but which is usually not sweet.Canada US countable rare uncountable
BreadsbiscuitEnglishnounA cracker.Philippines UK countable uncountable
BreadsbiscuitEnglishnounThe "bread" formerly supplied to naval ships, which was made with very little water, kneaded into flat cakes, and slowly baked, and which often became infested with weevils.nautical transportcountable uncountable
BreadsbiscuitEnglishnounA form of unglazed earthenware.countable uncountable
BreadsbiscuitEnglishnounA light brown colour.countable uncountable
BreadsbiscuitEnglishnounA thin oval wafer of wood or other material inserted into mating slots on pieces of material to be joined to provide gluing surface and strength in shear.arts business carpentry construction crafts hobbies lifestyle manufacturing woodworkingcountable uncountable
BreadsbiscuitEnglishnounA plastic card bearing the codes for authorizing a nuclear attack.US countable slang uncountable
BreadsbiscuitEnglishnounA handgun, especially a revolver.US countable slang uncountable
BreadsbiscuitEnglishnounA puck (hockey puck).hobbies ice-hockey lifestyle skating sportscountable uncountable
BreadsbiscuitEnglishnounThe head.countable slang uncountable
BreadskolačSerbo-Croatiannouncake
BreadskolačSerbo-Croatiannounpastry
BreadskolačSerbo-Croatiannountraditional Serbian bread
BridgesмостRussiannounbridge
BridgesмостRussiannounbridge (a prosthesis replacing one or several adjacent teeth)dentistry medicine sciences
BridgesмостRussiannounaxle
BridgesмостRussiannounbackbenddance dancing gymnastics hobbies lifestyle sports
BroadcastingkênhVietnamesenouncanal; waterway
BroadcastingkênhVietnamesenounchannelbusiness communication communications engineering geography natural-sciences physical-sciences technology
BroadcastingkênhVietnameseverbto slightly raise one end or side of a heavy object
BroadcastingkênhVietnameseadjnot even; warped; shaky; unsteady
BrownstinalabanTagalogverbcomplete aspect of talaban
BrownstinalabanTagalogadjtawny-coloredobsolete
BrownstinalabanTagalognountawny colorobsolete
Brownsœil-de-perdrixEnglishnounA small, round figure; a decorative dot.art arts
Brownsœil-de-perdrixEnglishadjCharacterized by, or decorated with, small round spots or rings.art artsnot-comparable
Brownsœil-de-perdrixEnglishadjHaving a brownish-red colour; used especially of light-coloured red wine.not-comparable
Buckthorn family plantsسدرArabicverbto be dazzled, to be blinded, to have vision blocked
Buckthorn family plantsسدرArabicverbto be careless, to be regardless, to be reckless
Buckthorn family plantsسدرArabicnounverbal noun of سَدِرَ (sadira) (form I)form-of noun-from-verb
Buckthorn family plantsسدرArabicnounbuckthorn, trees of the genus Ziziphuscollective
BuddhismmāramatangaMaorinounclarity
BuddhismmāramatangaMaorinounenlightenment
Buddhism坊主JapanesenounA Buddhist monk
Buddhism坊主JapanesenounA bald head, bald person
Buddhism坊主JapanesenounA young boy; kid; kiddo; sonnyslang
BuildingskuźniaPolishnounforge, smithery, smithy (workshop in which metals are shaped by heating and hammering them)feminine
BuildingskuźniaPolishnounblacksmith's shopfeminine
BuildingskuźniaPolishnouninstitution, school, etc., where specialists in a particular field are trainedfeminine figuratively literary
BuildingsmakasiiniFinnishnounstoreroom, warehouse
BuildingsmakasiiniFinnishnounSynonym of patruunalipas (“ammunition magazine”)
BuildingsrotundaPolishnounrotunda (round building, often with a dome)architecturefeminine
BuildingsrotundaPolishnounrotunda (Gothic typeface based on a 13th-C. rounded script)media publishing typographyfeminine
Buildings and structurestableMiddle EnglishnounA table (furniture with a level surface): / The top of a table (flat surface of a table for use)
Buildings and structurestableMiddle EnglishnounA table (furniture with a level surface): / A location where one's soul receives nutrition.figuratively
Buildings and structurestableMiddle EnglishnounA table (furniture with a level surface): / A serving or portion of food.figuratively
Buildings and structurestableMiddle EnglishnounA level writing surface: / A tablet, especially a portable one for writing on.
Buildings and structurestableMiddle EnglishnounA level writing surface: / An inscribed memorial, dedication, message, or other text; a sign or monument.
Buildings and structurestableMiddle EnglishnounA level writing surface: / The physical Ten Commandments handed down from heaven.biblical lifestyle religion
Buildings and structurestableMiddle EnglishnounAny (relatively) level surface: / A wooden pole or board (especially behind an altar).
Buildings and structurestableMiddle EnglishnounAny (relatively) level surface: / The board of a board game (often divided in two).
Buildings and structurestableMiddle EnglishnounAny (relatively) level surface: / A level, floor or storey (of a building)
Buildings and structurestableMiddle EnglishnounAny (relatively) level surface: / Such a surface used for painting.
Buildings and structurestableMiddle EnglishnounAny (relatively) level surface: / A flat piece of arable land.rare
Buildings and structurestableMiddle EnglishnounAny (relatively) level surface: / A portion of the hand surrounded by palm lines.rare
Buildings and structurestableMiddle EnglishnounA glossary or almanac; a reference work or chart of data.
Buildings and structurestableMiddle EnglishnounA board game similar to backgammon.
Buildings and structurestableMiddle EnglishnounA flat bone or fused set of bones.rare
BurialtumbaSpanishnoungrave, tombfeminine
BurialtumbaSpanishverbinflection of tumbar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
BurialtumbaSpanishverbinflection of tumbar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
BurialлежанкаRussiannounsleeping ledge above a Russian chimney stove
BurialлежанкаRussiannounsleeping place or couchcolloquial
BurialлежанкаRussiannounniche in the stone wall of a crypt, where the deceased is placeddated
BurialܩܒܘܪܐClassical Syriacnounburial, burying
BurialܩܒܘܪܐClassical Syriacnountomb, sepulcher/sepulchre, burial place
BurialܩܒܘܪܐClassical Syriacnoungravedigger, sexton
BurialܩܒܘܪܐClassical Syriacnouncorpse-bearer
BurialܩܒܘܪܐClassical Syriacnounundertaker
Buttercup family plants황련KoreannounChinese goldthread (Coptis chinensis)
Buttercup family plants황련Koreannounthe rhizome of the Chinese goldthreadmedicine sciencesChinese traditional
ButtonskickEnglishverbTo strike or hit with the foot or other extremity of the leg.transitive
ButtonskickEnglishverbTo make a sharp jerking movement of the leg, as to strike something.intransitive
ButtonskickEnglishverbTo direct to a particular place by a blow with the foot or leg.transitive
ButtonskickEnglishverbTo eject summarily.
ButtonskickEnglishverbTo forcibly remove a participant from an online activity.Internet intransitive
ButtonskickEnglishverbTo overcome (a bothersome or difficult issue or obstacle); to free oneself of (a problem).slang transitive
ButtonskickEnglishverbTo move or push suddenly and violently.
ButtonskickEnglishverbTo recoil; to push by recoiling.
ButtonskickEnglishverbTo attack (a piece) in order to force it to move.board-games chess gamestransitive
ButtonskickEnglishverbTo accelerate quickly with a few pedal strokes in an effort to break away from other riders.cycling hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive
ButtonskickEnglishverbTo show opposition or resistance.intransitive
ButtonskickEnglishverbTo work a press by impact of the foot on a treadle.media printing publishinghistorical
ButtonskickEnglishverbTo reset (a watchdog timer).computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
ButtonskickEnglishverbTo reproach oneself for making a mistake or missing an opportunity.informal reflexive
ButtonskickEnglishnounA hit or strike with the leg, foot or knee.
ButtonskickEnglishnounThe action of swinging a foot or leg.
ButtonskickEnglishnounSomething that tickles the fancy; something fun or amusing; a pleasure; a thrill.colloquial
ButtonskickEnglishnounThe removal of a person from an online activity.Internet
ButtonskickEnglishnounAny bucking motion of an object that lacks legs or feet.figuratively
ButtonskickEnglishnounA pungent or spicy flavour; piquancy.countable uncountable
ButtonskickEnglishnounA stimulation provided by an intoxicating substance.
ButtonskickEnglishnounA pass played by kicking with the foot.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sports
ButtonskickEnglishnounThe distance traveled by kicking the ball.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sports
ButtonskickEnglishnounThe recoil of a gun.
ButtonskickEnglishnounA pocket.informal
ButtonskickEnglishnounAn increase in speed in the final part of a running race.
ButtonskickEnglishnounSynonym of kicker (“backlight positioned at an angle”)broadcasting film media television
ButtonskickEnglishnounSixpence.British colloquial dated historical
ButtonskickEnglishnounA shoe.colloquial
ButtonskickEnglishverbTo die.intransitive
ButtonskickEnglishverbTo be emphatically excellent.intransitive slang
CalciumcalcineEnglishverbTo heat (a substance) to remove its impurities and refine it.alchemy pseudosciencehistorical transitive
CalciumcalcineEnglishverbTo heat (a substance) without melting in order to drive off water, etc., and to oxidize or reduce it; specifically, to decompose (carbonates) into oxides, and, especially, to heat (limestone) to form quicklime.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesphysical transitive
CalciumcalcineEnglishverbTo heat (something) to dry and sterilize it.broadly transitive
CalciumcalcineEnglishverbTo purify or refine (something).figuratively transitive
CalciumcalcineEnglishverbTo burn up (something) completely; to incinerate; hence, to destroy (something).figuratively transitive
CalciumcalcineEnglishverbOf a substance: to undergo heating so as to oxidize it.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesintransitive physical
CalciumcalcineEnglishnounSomething calcined; also, material left over after burning or roasting.
Calendarnaszej eryPolishadvin the Common Eraidiomatic not-comparable
Calendarnaszej eryPolishnoungenitive singular of nasza erafeminine form-of genitive singular
CanadaCeanadachIrishadjCanadiannot-comparable
CanadaCeanadachIrishnounCanadianmasculine
CanidscoyoteSpanishnouncoyote (canine)masculine
CanidscoyoteSpanishnouncoyote (smuggler of illegal immigrants)Mexico masculine
CanidscoyoteSpanishnounfixer, middlemanMexico masculine
CanidscoyoteSpanishnouna person of mixed Native American and mestizo descentmasculine obsolete
Capital punishmentexecutieDutchnounexecution (act, process or manner of putting something into practice)feminine
Capital punishmentexecutieDutchnounexecution (act of fulfilling a death sentence or killing under summary law)feminine
Capital punishmentonthoofdenDutchverbTo behead, decapitate, notably as capital punishmenttransitive
Capital punishmentonthoofdenDutchverbTo remove the leadership, the brains etc. (from ...)figuratively transitive
Card gamescanetCatalannounDiminutive of ca (“dog”)diminutive form-of masculine
Card gamescanetCatalannouna five-cent coinmasculine obsolete
Card gamescanetCatalannouna betting card gamemasculine
Card gamescanetCatalannouna mug for beer with a capacity of one litermasculine
Card gamescanetCatalannouna round earthenware jug for liquor, especially ginmasculine
Card gamessekopIndonesiannounshovel: A hand tool with a handle, used for moving portions of material such as earth, snow, and grain from one place to another, with some forms also used for digging.
Card gamessekopIndonesiannounspade: a playing card marked with the symbol ♠.card-games games
Card gamessesoEsperantonounsixsome (group of six)
Card gamessesoEsperantonounthe digit or figure six
Card gamesपंजाNepalinoungloves
Card gamesपंजाNepalinounclaw, paw
Card gamesपंजाNepalinouna fivecard-games games
Card gamesपंजाNepalinounAlternative form of पन्जा [panjā].alt-of alternative
Cardamineae tribe plantsyellowcressEnglishnounRorippa palustris, a flowering plant in the mustard family.uncountable usually
Cardamineae tribe plantsyellowcressEnglishnounAny other plant in the genus Rorippa.uncountable usually
Carnation family plantsἀλθαίαAncient Greeknounmarshmallow (Althaea officinalis)
Carnation family plantsἀλθαίαAncient Greeknountree mallow (Malva arborea)
Carnation family plantsἀλθαίαAncient Greeknouncatchfly (Silene gallica)
CarriagescalècheDutchnounlight, four-wheeled, horse-drawn open carriage with a low wheelbase and a large distance between front and rear axlesfeminine
CarriagescalècheDutchnounwide bonnetfeminine historical
CattlenahırTurkishnounherd of various animalsdialectal
CattlenahırTurkishnounherd of cattledialectal
CattleцелкаRussiannounvirginvulgar
CattleцелкаRussiannounheifervulgar
CattleцелкаRussiannouncherry (virginity or hymen)vulgar
Cattle犢子Chinesenouncalf
Cattle犢子ChinesenounAn intensifier after certain verbs.Mandarin Northeastern
CaviomorphschilendeguFinnishnounBridges' degu, Octodon bridgesi (small rodent in the family Octodontidae found in southern Argentina and Chile)
CaviomorphschilendeguFinnishnounmoon-toothed degu, Octodon lunatus
Celery family plantsقنةArabicnounany Ferula plant, as well as the gum of such a plant (galbanum)
Celery family plantsقنةArabicnounpeak, summit
CephalopodssepiaEnglishnounA dark brown pigment made from the secretions of the cuttlefish.countable uncountable
CephalopodssepiaEnglishnounA dark, slightly reddish, brown colour.countable uncountable
CephalopodssepiaEnglishnounA sepia-coloured drawing or photograph.broadly countable
CephalopodssepiaEnglishnounThe cuttlefish.archaic countable
CephalopodssepiaEnglishadjOf a dark reddish-brown colour.
CeramicsفخارArabicnounpottery, earthenware
CeramicsفخارArabicnounpotter, crockerrare
CetaceansllamhidyddWelshnounporpoisemasculine
CetaceansllamhidyddWelshnoundancermasculine obsolete
CetaceansllamhidyddWelshnounleaper, jumpermasculine obsolete
CetaceansorcaLatinnounorc, orca (kind of whale)declension-1 feminine
CetaceansorcaLatinnounbutt, tun (large-bellied vessel)declension-1 feminine
ChairsتختOttoman Turkishnounany raised structure used for sitting or reclining on, such as a bench, sofa or bier, but especially: / any raised structure used for sitting or reclining on, such as a bench, sofa or bier, but especially
ChairsتختOttoman Turkishnounany raised structure used for sitting or reclining on, such as a bench, sofa or bier, but especially: / throne, an impressive seat used by a monarch
Chechen RepublicczeczeńskiPolishadjChechen (of or pertaining to the Chechen people or their language)not-comparable relational
Chechen RepublicczeczeńskiPolishadjChechnyan, of Chechnya (of or pertaining to the Chechen Republic)not-comparable relational
Chechen RepublicczeczeńskiPolishnounChechen (Northeast Caucasian language)inanimate masculine
CheesespolenguinhoPortuguesenounprocessed cheeseBrazil masculine
CheesespolenguinhoPortuguesenounsmegmaBrazil broadly colloquial masculine vulgar
Chemical elementswęglowiecPolishnouncollier (ship)inanimate masculine
Chemical elementswęglowiecPolishnouncarbon group element; group 14 elementinanimate masculine
ChemistryalkoholiFinnishnounalcohol (organic compound containing a hydroxyl functional group)chemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciences
ChemistryalkoholiFinnishnounalcohol (intoxicating beverage that contains ethanol)
ChemistryalkoholiFinnishnounalcoholicin-compounds
ChemistrykimikoTagalogadjchemical
ChemistrykimikoTagalognounchemist
ChesstopAzerbaijaninounball
ChesstopAzerbaijaninouncannon
ChesstopAzerbaijaninounrookboard-games chess games
ChesstopAzerbaijaninounroll (of paper or cloth)
ChesstopAzerbaijaninounpile, stack
ChesstopAzerbaijaninounbale, pack
ChessсарбазKazakhnounsoldier, warrior
ChessсарбазKazakhnounpawnboard-games chess games
ChessKoreannouna phone, most commonly a cell phone
ChessKoreannouna pawnboard-games chess games
ChickensUgisCebuanonamea name for a chicken, especially a white one
ChickensUgisCebuanonamea nickname for a fair-skinned person
ChildrenmaluchPolishnounkid, childanimal-not-person endearing masculine
ChildrenmaluchPolishnouna Fiat 126p caranimal-not-person colloquial masculine
Chinese mythologyTemple of HeavenEnglishnameA religious complex in southeastern Beijing, formerly important to Chinese imperial rituals; the present-day park surrounding and preserving the site.
Chinese mythologyTemple of HeavenEnglishnameThe Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests, the largest building in the complex, commonly confused as its focus.proscribed
ChordatespòrcoLiguriannounpig (Sus scrofa)masculine
ChordatespòrcoLiguriannounpork (edible meat)masculine uncountable
ChristianityCaitliceachIrishadjCatholic
ChristianityCaitliceachIrishnounCatholicmasculine
ChristianityJhesusMiddle EnglishnameJesus (Christ)
ChristianityJhesusMiddle EnglishnameChristianity
ChristianitySânmedruRomaniannameSaint Demetriuscommon dated
ChristianitySânmedruRomaniannameChristian holiday of Saint Demetrius on the 26th of October
ChristianitybunyaganCebuanoverbto baptise; to christen
ChristianitybunyaganCebuanoverbto name
ChristianitybunyaganCebuanoverbto submit oneself or someone to baptism
ChristianitybunyaganCebuanoverbto devirginizeslang
ChristianitybunyaganCebuanoverbto use for the first timecolloquial
ChristianitybunyaganCebuanoverbto dirty a person's new shoes by stepping on itcolloquial
ChristianitycruzeiroPortuguesenouncalvary (a type of monumental public Christian cross, sometimes encased in an open shrine)masculine
ChristianitycruzeiroPortuguesenouncrossing (the volume formed by the intersection of chancel, nave and transepts in a cruciform church; often with a tower or cupola over it)architecturemasculine
ChristianitycruzeiroPortuguesenouncruise (a sea or lake voyage, especially one taken for pleasure)masculine
ChristianitycruzeiroPortuguesenouncruise ship, cruiser (a passenger ship used for pleasure voyages, where the voyage itself and the ship's amenities are considered an essential part of the experience)masculine
ChristianitycruzeiroPortuguesenouncruiser (a class of fast warships of medium tonnage, having a long cruising range but less armour and firepower than a battleship)archaic masculine
ChristianitycruzeiroPortuguesenouncruzeiro (obsolete Brazilian currency)masculine
ChristianityfrereMiddle EnglishnounA male associate or companion
ChristianityfrereMiddle Englishnounfriar (male member of a mendicant order)
ChristianityfrereMiddle Englishnounfriary (religious institute for friars)
ChristianityfrereMiddle Englishnounmonk (male member of a monastic order)rare
ChristianityՎարդավառArmeniannameVardavar (an Armenian festival)
ChristianityՎարդավառArmeniannamea male given name
Christianityहबक्क़ूक़HindinameBook of Habakkukbiblical lifestyle religion
Christianityहबक्क़ूक़HindinameHabakkuk (Biblical figure)
ChristianityጥምቀትAmharicnounbaptism
ChristianityጥምቀትAmharicnounTimkat (the Ethiopian Orthodox celebration of Epiphany)
Christmasmidnight massEnglishnounA mass held at midnight.countable uncountable
Christmasmidnight massEnglishnounA mass held at midnight. / A Roman Catholic religious service that marks the beginning of Christmas Day.countable uncountable
ChristmasłańcuszekPolishnounDiminutive of łańcuchdiminutive form-of inanimate masculine
ChristmasłańcuszekPolishnounchain (warp threads of a web)business manufacturing textiles weavinginanimate masculine
ChristmasłańcuszekPolishnounchain letterinanimate masculine
Christmasعيد الميلادArabicnounChristmas (Christian holiday)
Christmasعيد الميلادArabicnounthe birthday (definite form of عِيد مِيلَاد (ʕīd mīlād))
Cicadasblack princeEnglishnounA butterfly of species Rohana parisatis, family Nymphalidae, of Indomalaya.
Cicadasblack princeEnglishnounA black form of the cicada Psaltoda plaga, of eastern Australia.
CichlidsgloryaCebuanonounthat quality in a person or thing which secures general praise or honour
CichlidsgloryaCebuanonounworship or praise
CichlidsgloryaCebuanonounthe blackchin tilapia (Sarotherodon melanotheron)
CitiesΑδριανούποληGreeknameHadrianopolis, Αdrianopolis, Edirne (the name for various centres of population)
CitiesΑδριανούποληGreeknameEdirne (a province of Turkey)
Cities in TurkeyΜαγνησίαAncient GreeknameMagnesia, Thessaly, Greece
Cities in TurkeyΜαγνησίαAncient GreeknameMagnesia in Asia Minor; Manisa, Turkey
Cleaning簸箕Chinesenounwinnowing basket (often made of wicker or bamboo)
Cleaning簸箕Chinesenoundustpan
Cleaning簸箕Chinesenounloop fingerprint
ClothingWAHMEnglishnounInitialism of work-at-home mom.abbreviation alt-of initialism
ClothingWAHMEnglishnounA diaper made (sewn) by a work-at-home mom, especially a reusable cloth diaper.Internet UK
ClothingantrekkNorwegian Nynorsknounattire, apparel, dress (clothing, not a garment)neuter
ClothingantrekkNorwegian Nynorsknounan outfit (clothing)neuter
ClothingbónaIrishnouncollarmasculine
ClothingbónaIrishnounlapelmasculine
ClothingbónaIrishnouncuff (of sleeve)masculine
ClothingbónaIrishnounAlternative form of póna (“(cattle-)pound”)alt-of alternative masculine
ClothingclothenMiddle EnglishverbTo clothe; to put clothing on (oneself, another).intransitive reflexive transitive
ClothingclothenMiddle EnglishverbTo furnish with clothes.reflexive transitive
ClothingclothenMiddle EnglishverbTo enclose or surround.transitive
ClothingclothenMiddle EnglishverbTo secrete or hide; to stash away.transitive
ClothingclothenMiddle EnglishverbTo disguise oneself; to hide one's nature.transitive
ClothingclothenMiddle EnglishverbTo gain a trait; to immerse in an abstract quantity.reflexive
ClothingclothenMiddle EnglishverbTo decorate or ornament.intransitive transitive
ClothingclothenMiddle EnglishverbTo be furnished with clothes.intransitive rare
ClothingclothenMiddle EnglishverbTo use or utilise.rare transitive
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo pull, move or draw away: / To unsheathe or pull out a weapon or arrow.
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo pull, move or draw away: / To rip or pull out; to forcibly remove by pulling or tugging.
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo pull, move or draw away: / To draw breath; to breathe or respire.
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo pull, move or draw away: / To doff; to remove an article of clothing.
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo pull, move or draw away: / To disembowel or gut.cooking food lifestyle
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo pull, move or draw away: / To extract blood from (someone)medicine sciences
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw, push, or impel towards (oneself); to attract: / To extract; to draw out (moisture or liquid)
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw, push, or impel towards (oneself); to attract: / To lead or bring (something); to take with oneself.
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw, push, or impel towards (oneself); to attract: / To put, take, or position somewhere.
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw, push, or impel towards (oneself); to attract: / To support or influence; to exert power over
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw, push, or impel towards (oneself); to attract: / To effect a condition or state; to make (into).
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw, push, or impel towards (oneself); to attract: / To acquire; to gain or receive.
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw, push, or impel towards (oneself); to attract: / To drag behind as punishment.
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw, push, or impel towards (oneself); to attract: / To lead through a sieve.cooking food lifestyle
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw, push, or impel towards (oneself); to attract: / To make a move; to move a piece.board-games chess games
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo go to; to become closer or nearer to: / To travel or journey: to go physically towards.
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo go to; to become closer or nearer to: / To follow, imitate; to be influenced by.
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo go to; to become closer or nearer to: / To become or go toward, to turn into.
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo go to; to become closer or nearer to: / To support or influence; to exert power over.
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo go to; to become closer or nearer to: / To turn to for aid or assistance.
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw out; to spread out or extend: / To prolong; to extend in time.
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw out; to spread out or extend: / To spread as to cover or blanket.rare
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw out; to spread out or extend: / To defer or procrastinate; to put off.
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo make or create; to cause to come about: / To author; to make a literary work.
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo make or create; to cause to come about: / To mix or blend into a paste.cooking food lifestyle
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo make or create; to cause to come about: / To draw or sketch; to make a drawing
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo draw straws or lots.
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo pull apart; to tear to bits (especially with down)
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo add; to perform addition.mathematics sciences
ClothingdrawenMiddle EnglishverbTo come to; to add up to.mathematics sciences
ClothingpilchaSpanishnounlow-quality clothesArgentina Bolivia Paraguay feminine
ClothingpilchaSpanishnounhigh-quality clothesArgentina Peru Uruguay colloquial feminine
ClothingpilchaSpanishnouneach element of the riding tack, such as a stirrup or saddleArgentina Bolivia Uruguay feminine
ClothingrobeEnglishnounA long loose outer garment, often signifying honorary stature.
ClothingrobeEnglishnounThe skin of an animal, especially the bison, dressed with the fur on, and used as a wrap.US
ClothingrobeEnglishnounA wardrobe, especially one built into a bedroom.
ClothingrobeEnglishnounThe largest and strongest tobacco leaves.
ClothingrobeEnglishverbTo clothe; to dress.transitive
ClothingrobeEnglishverbTo put on official vestments.intransitive
ClothingspallinaItaliannounepaulettefeminine
ClothingspallinaItaliannounstrap (of underclothes)feminine
ClothingspallinaItaliannounsuspender, shoulderfeminine
ClothingvešSerbo-Croatiannounclothes, especially underwear
ClothingvešSerbo-Croatiannounlaundry
ClothingvešSerbo-Croatiannounwashing
ClothingանձրևանոցArmeniannounraincoat
ClothingանձրևանոցArmeniannounumbrella (for rain)
ClothingկամարOld Armeniannoungirdle
ClothingկամարOld Armeniannounarc, arch, vault; porch
CnidariansméduseFrenchnounjellyfishfeminine
CnidariansméduseFrenchverbinflection of méduser: / first/third-person singular present indicative/subjunctivefirst-person form-of indicative present singular subjunctive third-person
CnidariansméduseFrenchverbinflection of méduser: / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
CoffeearabicaEnglishnounA species of coffee plant, Coffea arabica, native to Ethiopia.uncountable usually
CoffeearabicaEnglishnounThe bean of this plant.uncountable usually
CoffeearabicaEnglishnounCoffee made from these coffee beans.uncountable usually
CoinsmonedaSpanishnouncoin (piece of currency in the shape of a disc)feminine
CoinsmonedaSpanishnouncurrency (money)feminine
CollectivescolonyEnglishnounAn area under the political control of another country and typically occupied by settlers (colonists) from it, or by their descendants.
CollectivescolonyEnglishnounA group of people who settle such an area and maintain ties to their native country, and (later) their descendants.
CollectivescolonyEnglishnounA group of people, of one nationality, ethnic group, or language, residing in a different country, city, or area; the area such people occupy.
CollectivescolonyEnglishnounA group of people with similar interests, occupations, or characteristics, living in a particular area; the area such people occupy.
CollectivescolonyEnglishnounA group of organisms of same or different species living together in close association.biology natural-sciences
CollectivescolonyEnglishnounA group of bacteria, fungi or other cells cultured together, especially from a single cell.
CollectivescolonyEnglishnounAn apartment complex or neighborhood.India
CollectivescolonyEnglishnounA local group of Beaver Scouts.
CollectivescolonyEnglishnounA potential new chapter of a fraternity or sorority awaiting official recognition from their headquarters.
CollectivesentourageEnglishnounA retinue of attendants, associates or followers.
CollectivesentourageEnglishnounA binary relation in a uniform space which generalises the notion of two points being no farther apart than a given fixed distance; a uniform neighbourhood.mathematics sciences topology
CollectivesentourageEnglishnounDecorations, such as people, vehicles, or trees, appearing on an architectural sketch or rendering to make the site look more lively.architecture
CollectivesmanifestacjaPolishnounrally, demonstration (mass public event of political nature)government politicsfeminine
CollectivesmanifestacjaPolishnoundemonstration (expression of one's feelings by outward signs)feminine
CollectivesmarriageEnglishnounThe state of being married.countable uncountable
CollectivesmarriageEnglishnounA union of two or more people that creates a family tie and carries legal, social, and/or religious rights and responsibilities. / The union of only two people, to the exclusion of all others.countable sometimes specifically uncountable
CollectivesmarriageEnglishnounA union of two or more people that creates a family tie and carries legal, social, and/or religious rights and responsibilities. / The union of two people of opposite sex, to the exclusion of all others.countable often specifically uncountable
CollectivesmarriageEnglishnounA union of two or more people that creates a family tie and carries legal, social, and/or religious rights and responsibilities.countable uncountable
CollectivesmarriageEnglishnounA wedding; a ceremony in which people wed.countable uncountable
CollectivesmarriageEnglishnounA close union.countable figuratively uncountable
CollectivesmarriageEnglishnounA joining of two parts.countable uncountable
CollectivesmarriageEnglishnounA king and a queen, when held as a hand in some versions of poker or melded in pinochle.card-games gamescountable uncountable
CollectivesmarriageEnglishnounIn solitaire or patience games, the placing a card of the same suit on the next one above or below it in value.card-games gamescountable uncountable
CollectivesmarriageEnglishnounA homosexual relationship between male prisoners.countable slang uncountable
ColorsdalaongonCebuanonounthe color saffron
ColorsdalaongonCebuanoadjof the colour saffron
ColorskaloVlax RomaniadjblackBanatiski-Gurbet Gurbet Kalderaš Lovara Macedonian-Džambazi Sremski-Gurbet
ColorskaloVlax Romaniadjswarthy, dark(-skinned)Gurbet Macedonian-Džambazi
ColorskaloVlax Romaniadj(sun-)tannedGurbet Macedonian-Džambazi
ColorskaloVlax Romaniadjbad, evilGurbet Macedonian-Džambazi
ColorskaloVlax Romaniadjunlucky, ominous, ill-omened, fatalGurbet Macedonian-Džambazi
ColorskaloVlax Romaniadjfatal, mortal, deadly, malignant (e.g. disease, illness)Gurbet Macedonian-Džambazi
ColorskaloVlax RomaninounpolicemanGurbet Kalderaš masculine
ColorskaloVlax Romaninounchimney sweepGurbet masculine
ColorskaloVlax RomaninounBlack, AfricanGurbet masculine
ColorskaloVlax RomaninounSwarthy, Dark (Romani nickname)Gurbet masculine
ColorskaloVlax RomaninounkidneyGurbet masculine
ColorskaloVlax RomaninountrainGurbet masculine
ColorskaloVlax Romaninouna dark-skinned manKalderaš masculine
ColorsnsunduZuluconjdark brownrelative
ColorsnsunduZuluconjblack (skin colour)relative
ColorsأرجوانArabicnounredbud (Cercis)
ColorsأرجوانArabicnounamethyst
ColorsأرجوانArabicnounthe colour purple
ColumbidsgołąbkaPolishnounDiminutive of gołębicadiminutive feminine form-of
ColumbidsgołąbkaPolishnouna young female pigeon; a young female dovefeminine
ColumbidsgołąbkaPolishnounwoman with a gentle dispositionendearing feminine
ColumbidsgołąbkaPolishnoungenitive/accusative singular of gołąbekaccusative animal-not-person form-of genitive masculine singular
CommunicationžalacSerbo-Croatiannounstinger (of an insect such as a bee or wasp)
CommunicationžalacSerbo-Croatiannounbarb, biting remark
CommunicationžalacSerbo-Croatiannounthe tip of the snake's tongue
CommunismdekomunizowaćPolishverbto decommunizegovernment politicsimperfective transitive
CommunismdekomunizowaćPolishverbto be decommunizedgovernment politicsimperfective reflexive
CommunismeurocomunistaItalianadjEurocommunist
CommunismeurocomunistaItaliannounEurocommunistby-personal-gender feminine masculine
Compositesdinosaur plantEnglishnounAnastatica, a plant native to deserts of North Africa.
Compositesdinosaur plantEnglishnounPallenis hierochuntica, a sunflower native to the Mediterranean.
Compositesdinosaur plantEnglishnounSelaginella lepidophylla, a plant native to North America.
Computing個性化Chineseadjpersonalized; customized; individualized
Computing個性化Chinesenounpersonalization; customization; individualization
ConifersjagłaPolishnounpapilla resulting from trachomamedicine pathology sciencesfeminine
ConifersjagłaPolishnounmillet groatsarchaic feminine
ConifersjagłaPolishnounpine (coniferous tree of the genus Pinus)feminine regional
ConservatismTrump derangement syndromeEnglishnounIrrationally negative reactions to the actions and policies of US President Donald Trump.colloquial derogatory uncountable
ConservatismTrump derangement syndromeEnglishnounIrrationally rabid support for former US President Donald Trump.colloquial derogatory uncountable
ConstellationsAunsLatviannamethe constellation of Aries; astronomical abbreviation: Ariastronomy natural-sciencesdeclension-2 masculine
ConstellationsAunsLatviannameAries (zodiac sign); astrological symbol: ♈)astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciencesdeclension-2 masculine
ConstellationsHorologiumEnglishnameSynonym of Tower of the Winds, a monument in ancient Athens that included a clepsydra and multiple prominent sundials.historical
ConstellationsHorologiumEnglishnameSynonym of Solarium, a monument in ancient Rome whose obelisk was once believed to have acted as a sundial gnomon.historical
ConstellationsHorologiumEnglishnameA constellation of the southern sky, said to resemble a pendulum clock. It lies between the constellations Fornax and Dorado.astronomy natural-sciences
ConstellationsHorologiumEnglishnameAlternative letter-case form of horologium, the book of hours in the Eastern Orthodox and Catholic churches.Christianityalt-of
Constellations in the zodiacAlakdanTagalognounScorpius (constellation)astronomy natural-sciences
Constellations in the zodiacAlakdanTagalognounScorpio (zodiac sign)astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
ContainersbandoleraCatalannounfemale equivalent of bandolerfeminine form-of
ContainersbandoleraCatalannouncrossbelt (belt worn diagonally across the upper body), bandolierfeminine
ContainersbandoleraCatalannounmessenger bag, courier bagfeminine
ContainersgarafaShonanounbottleManyika especially
ContainersgarafaShonanounpiece of glass used to scrape
ContainerskmtEgyptiannameEgypt, the Nile Valley
ContainerskmtEgyptiannamethe Egyptians
ContainerskmtEgyptiannouna type of jar
ContainerskwietnikPolishnounplantstandinanimate masculine
ContainerskwietnikPolishnounflowerbed or flower gardeninanimate masculine
ContainerskwietnikPolishnounflowerpotinanimate masculine
ContainerskwietnikPolishnoungoldenrod crab spider (Misumena vatia)animal-not-person masculine
ContainersskálIcelandicnounbowlfeminine
ContainersskálIcelandicnounthe act of performing a toastfeminine
ContainersskálIcelandicnounbrevecommunications journalism literature media orthography publishing writingfeminine
ContainersskálIcelandicintjcheers!
ContainerssoapboxEnglishnounA crate for packing soap.literally
ContainerssoapboxEnglishnounAny physical or media platform which gives prominence to the person on it and the views they espouse.figuratively
ContainerssoapboxEnglishnounA talk about one's pet topic (or the topic itself), especially when only tangentially relevant to an ongoing discussion.figuratively
ContainerssoapboxEnglishnounA soapbox car.
ContainerssoapboxEnglishverbTo give a speech from (or as if from) a soapbox.
ContainerswiraPitjantjatjaranouncup
ContainerswiraPitjantjatjaranoundigging scoop
ContainersτρύβλιονAncient Greeknouncup, bowl
ContainersτρύβλιονAncient Greeknounkind of measure used in medical prescriptions
ContainersܣܠܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnounbasket
ContainersܣܠܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnounshopping basket
CookingflawmenMiddle EnglishverbTo produce or release flames; to flame or be alight.
CookingflawmenMiddle EnglishverbTo produce or release bright light; to glimmer or sheen.
CookingflawmenMiddle EnglishverbTo stoke or incite feelings or beliefs; to motivate.
CookingflawmenMiddle EnglishverbTo coat food in a basting, rub, or glaze.rare
CookingflawmenMiddle EnglishverbTo emit, release, or produce sparkling or embers.rare
CookingflawmenMiddle EnglishverbTo emit or release a smell, scent, or stench.rare
CookingflawmenMiddle EnglishverbTo release light or brightness onto someone.lifestyle religion theologyrare
CookingkaucheLimburgishverbto cook, to prepare food (chiefly hot food for lunch or supper)intransitive
CookingkaucheLimburgishverbto boil / (to reach the boiling point)intransitive
CookingkaucheLimburgishverbto boil / (to heat a liquid until it boils)transitive
CookingkaucheLimburgishverbto boil / (to prepare something in such a liquid)transitive
Countries in AsiaAi LaoVietnamesenameLaosobsolete
Countries in AsiaAi LaoVietnamesenameAilao, an ancient state in modern-day Yunnan province (of China) and Burmahistorical
Countries in AsiaViệtVietnamesenamea male given name from Chinese
Countries in AsiaViệtVietnamesenameYue, a state in ancient Chinahistory human-sciences sciences
Countries in AsiaViệtVietnamesenameVietnamin-compounds
Countries in AsiaViệtVietnameseadjof Yue originhistory human-sciences sciences
Countries in AsiaViệtVietnameseadjVietichuman-sciences linguistics sciences
Countries in AsiaViệtVietnameseadjnationally or culturally Vietnamese
Countries in AsiaViệtVietnameseadjSynonym of Kinh (“ethnically Vietnamese”)rare
Countries in AsiaViệtVietnamesenameGuangdong and Guangxi, also known as Yuerare
CrabskrabbeDanishnouncrabcommon-gender
CrabskrabbeDanishverbto move awkwardly; to stumble, lumber
CrabskrabbeDanishverbto move like a crab
CrimebandyterkaPolishnounbanditrycolloquial feminine
CrimebandyterkaPolishnounbandits in generalcollective colloquial feminine
CrimebandytkaPolishnounfemale equivalent of bandyta (“bandit, highwayman”)feminine form-of
CrimebandytkaPolishnounfemale equivalent of bandyta (“thug”) (someone with an intimidating and unseemly appearance and mannerisms)colloquial derogatory feminine form-of
CrimegraffitoEnglishnounAn informal inscription, as by a worker or vandal.
CrimegraffitoEnglishnounA single instance of graffiti in the art/vandalism sense.rare
CrimerepetundaLatinnounrecovery (of money)declension-1 feminine
CrimerepetundaLatinnounextortiondeclension-1 feminine in-plural
CrimesonsLatinadjguiltydeclension-3 one-termination
CrimesonsLatinadjcriminaldeclension-3 one-termination
CrimesonsLatinnouncriminaldeclension-3
Crimeswag bagEnglishnounA bag used to carry stolen goods.
Crimeswag bagEnglishnounA bag containing free gifts or promotional material.
Crime再犯Chineseverbto violate again; to intrude again
Crime再犯Chineseverbto make a mistake again
Crime再犯Chineseverbto reoffendlaw
Crime再犯Chineseverbto get sick again; to relapsemedicine sciences
Crime再犯Chinesenounrepeat offender; recidivistlaw
CroakersyellowfinEnglishnounAny of various fish with yellow fins. / especially, yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares, in family Scombridae)
CroakersyellowfinEnglishnounAny of various fish with yellow fins. / yellowfin bream, any of several species in family Sparidae
CroakersyellowfinEnglishnounAny of various fish with yellow fins. / yellowfin croaker (Umbrina roncador, in family Sciaenidae)
CroakersyellowfinEnglishnounAny of various fish with yellow fins. / yellowfin cutthroat trout (†Oncorhynchus clarkii macdonaldi, in the family Salmonidae)
CroakersyellowfinEnglishnounAny of various fish with yellow fins. / yellowfin fairy wrasse (Cirrhilabrus flavidorsalis, in family Labridae)
CroakersyellowfinEnglishnounAny of various fish with yellow fins. / yellowfin grouper (Mycteroperca venenosa, in family Serranidae)
CroakersyellowfinEnglishnounAny of various fish with yellow fins. / yellowfin madtom (Noturus flavipinnis, in family Ictaluridae)
CroakersyellowfinEnglishnounAny of various fish with yellow fins. / yellow-fin perchlet (Ambassis elongatus, in family Ambassidae)
CroakersyellowfinEnglishnounAny of various fish with yellow fins. / yellowfin pike (Dinolestes lewini, in family Dinolestidae)
CroakersyellowfinEnglishnounAny of various fish with yellow fins. / yellowfin sea bream, any of several species in family Sparidae
CroakersyellowfinEnglishnounAny of various fish with yellow fins. / yellowfin sole (Limanda aspera)
CroakersyellowfinEnglishnounAny of various fish with yellow fins. / yellowfin surgeon (Acanthurus xanthopterus, in family Acanthuridae)
CroakersyellowfinEnglishnounAny of various fish with yellow fins. / yellowfin whiting (Sillago schomburgkii, in family Sillaginidae)
Crucifersdinosaur plantEnglishnounAnastatica, a plant native to deserts of North Africa.
Crucifersdinosaur plantEnglishnounPallenis hierochuntica, a sunflower native to the Mediterranean.
Crucifersdinosaur plantEnglishnounSelaginella lepidophylla, a plant native to North America.
CrustaceansbuktotCebuanoadjhunchbacked
CrustaceansbuktotCebuanonouna hunchback
CrustaceansbuktotCebuanonounthe horn-nosed boxfish (Ostracion rhinorhynchos)
CrustaceansbuktotCebuanonounthe Indian threadfish (Alectis indica)
CrustaceansbuktotCebuanonounthe green tiger prawn (Penaeus semisulcatus)
Cryptocurrencypre-mineEnglishadjBefore the opening of a mine in a region.biology ecology natural-sciencesnot-comparable
Cryptocurrencypre-mineEnglishverbTo mine units of a cryptocurrency before its official launch.
CuckoosgowkEnglishnounA cuckoo.Northern-England Scotland
CuckoosgowkEnglishnounA fool.
CuckoosgowkEnglishverbTo make foolish; to stupefy.
CuckoosgowkEnglishnounAn apple core.Geordie
CuckoosgowkEnglishnounThe central part of any thing; pith; core.Geordie obsolete
CuckoosgowkEnglishnounThe hard centre of a boil or sore.dialectal
CuckoosgowkEnglishnounThe yolk of an egg.dialectal
CuckoosgowkEnglishnounThe inner part of a haystack.dialectal
CuckoosgowkEnglishverbTo strain; vomit.dialectal
CurrencieskopeckFrenchnounkopekmasculine
CurrencieskopeckFrenchnouna wooden nickel or brass farthing, an iotafiguratively masculine
CurrenciesჯენჭარერიLaznounmoney
CurrenciesჯენჭარერიLaznounlira
CutlerydiavWhite Hmongnouna spoon or spoon-like object; a scooped utensil for eating or serving
CutlerydiavWhite Hmongclassifierclassifier for spoonfuls
Cuts of meathoughMiddle EnglishnounThe heel (rear of a foot)
Cuts of meathoughMiddle EnglishnounThe hough (bend of the knee)
Cuts of meathoughMiddle EnglishnounThe hock or its meat.
Cuts of meathoughMiddle Englishnounpromontory, cliff
Dancesslow danceEnglishnounA kind of slow, swaying dance performed by couples, often with the lead partner holding their hands against the sides of the following partner's hips or waist while the follower drapes their hands on the leader's shoulders.
Dancesslow danceEnglishverbTo perform a slow dance.intransitive
Days of the week七曜Japanesenounthe seven luminaries (sun, moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn)
Days of the week七曜Japanesenounthe seven days of the week
Days of the week금요Koreannameplanet Venusarchaic
Days of the week금요KoreannameFriday
DeathcielFrenchnounskymasculine
DeathcielFrenchnounheavenmasculine
DeathcielFrenchnouncanopy (of a bed, etc.)masculine
DeathcielFrenchintjheavens!
DeathmorþOld Englishnounmurderneuter
DeathmorþOld Englishnoundeath, crimeneuter poetic
Deathpull the plugEnglishverbTo unplug or cut power to a machine.intransitive
Deathpull the plugEnglishverbTo turn off life support.informal intransitive
Deathpull the plugEnglishverbTo cease to support; to halt.informal transitive with-on
Deathpull the plugEnglishverbTo cease production or publication.informal intransitive
DeathquellenMiddle EnglishverbTo kill or slay; to inflict death upon someone.
DeathquellenMiddle EnglishverbTo quell or suppress; to end afflictions or threats.
DeathquellenMiddle EnglishverbTo verbally insult or demean.rare
DeathquellenMiddle EnglishverbTo ruin, to lay waste to.rare
DeathtrupiarniaPolishnounmortuary, morguefeminine
DeathtrupiarniaPolishnounold people's home, retirement home (nursing home for the elderly)colloquial derogatory feminine
DemocracydemocraciaSpanishnoundemocracy (rule by the people)feminine uncountable
DemocracydemocraciaSpanishnoundemocracy (government under the rule of its people)governmentcountable feminine
DemonymsArtésienFrenchnounresident or native of Artoismasculine
DemonymsArtésienFrenchnounresident or native of Artaixmasculine
DemonymsAtlantianEnglishadjAlternative form of Atlanteanalt-of alternative not-comparable
DemonymsAtlantianEnglishnounAlternative form of Atlanteanalt-of alternative
DemonymsAtlantianEnglishadjAlternative form of Atlantanalt-of alternative not-comparable
DemonymsAtlantianEnglishnounAlternative form of Atlantanalt-of alternative
DemonymsCzechianEnglishadjCzech.archaic
DemonymsCzechianEnglishnounA Czech.archaic
DemonymsDortmunderEnglishnounA person from Dortmund, Germany.
DemonymsDortmunderEnglishnounA kind of pale lager beer.
DemonymsEspoonianEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to Espoonot-comparable
DemonymsEspoonianEnglishnounSomeone from Espoo.
DemonymsKrefelderGermannouna native or inhabitant of Krefeldmasculine strong
DemonymsKrefelderGermanadjof Krefeldindeclinable no-predicative-form relational
DemonymsQuebecerEnglishnounA native or inhabitant of the Canadian province of Quebec.
DemonymsQuebecerEnglishnounA native or inhabitant of Quebec City, in the province of Quebec.
DemonymsSlavachIrishadjSlavic, Slavonicnot-comparable
DemonymsSlavachIrishnounSlavmasculine
DemonymsTurkmenEnglishnounA person from Turkmenistan or of Turkmen descent.countable
DemonymsTurkmenEnglishnounA Turkic language of the Turkmen spoken mostly in Turkmenistan.uncountable
DemonymsTurkmenEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to Turkmenistan, the Turkmen people or the Turkmen language.not-comparable
DemonymsTurkmenEnglishnounplural of Turkmanform-of plural proscribed
DemonymsWalloonEnglishnameThe Romance language commonly spoken until the middle of the 20th century in parts of southern Belgium and northern France (around Givet).
DemonymsWalloonEnglishnounAn inhabitant of Wallonia, of Belgian nationality, nowadays generally French-speaking, but also possibly German-speaking.
DemonymsWalloonEnglishnounAn inhabitant of the region of southern Belgium and northern France (around Givet), usually of Belgian nationality.
DemonymsWalloonEnglishadjReferring to the French-speaking people of southern Belgium and parts of northern France.not-comparable
DemonymsWalloonEnglishadjReferring to the Romance language spoken by this people.not-comparable
DemonymsaltoaragonésSpanishadjHigh Aragonrelational
DemonymsaltoaragonésSpanishnounAragonese (language)masculine uncountable
DemonymsbahianoSpanishadjof or from Bay Islands
DemonymsbahianoSpanishnounsomeone from Bay Islandsmasculine
DemonymsbaracaldésSpanishadjfrom Barakaldo
DemonymsbaracaldésSpanishnounsomeone from Barakaldomasculine
DemonymsbernésSpanishadjBernese
DemonymsbernésSpanishnounBernesemasculine
DemonymscheyenésSpanishadjCheyenne (of or relating to the indigenous Cheyenne people)
DemonymscheyenésSpanishadjof Cheyenne; Cheyenneite (of or relating to Cheyenne, Wyoming)relational
DemonymscheyenésSpanishnounCheyenne (a member or descendant of the indigenous Cheyenne people)masculine
DemonymscheyenésSpanishnounCheyenneite (native or resident of Cheyenne, Wyoming)masculine
DemonymsmanicaragüenseSpanishadjof Manicaragua, Cubafeminine masculine relational
DemonymsmanicaragüenseSpanishnounsomeone from Manicaraguaby-personal-gender feminine masculine
DemonymsmonfortinoSpanishadjof Monforterelational
DemonymsmonfortinoSpanishnounsomeone from Monfortemasculine
DemonymsmoqueguanoSpanishadjof Moqueguarelational
DemonymsmoqueguanoSpanishnounsomeone from Moqueguamasculine
DemonymsneoleonésSpanishadjof, from or relating to Nuevo León
DemonymsneoleonésSpanishnounnative or inhabitant of Nuevo Leónmasculine
DemonymsolotenseSpanishadjof or from Olotfeminine masculine
DemonymsolotenseSpanishnounsomeone from Olotby-personal-gender feminine masculine
DemonymspascuenseSpanishadjPascuensefeminine masculine
DemonymspascuenseSpanishnounPascuenseby-personal-gender feminine masculine
DemonymspascuenseSpanishnounPascuense (language)masculine uncountable
DemonymstamaulipecoSpanishadjof Tamaulipas (a state of Mexico)relational
DemonymstamaulipecoSpanishnounSomeone from the state of Tamaulipasmasculine
DemonymstarlaqueñoSpanishadjof Tarlacrelational
DemonymstarlaqueñoSpanishnounresident of Tarlac, a province of the Philippinesmasculine
DemonymstresarroyenseSpanishadjof or from Tres Arroyos Partidofeminine masculine
DemonymstresarroyenseSpanishnounsomeone from Tres Arroyos Partidoby-personal-gender feminine masculine
DemonymsказакKyrgyzadjKazakh (pertaining to the Kazakh people or the Kazakh language)
DemonymsказакKyrgyznounKazakh (by ethnicity)
DemonymsкытайKyrgyzadjChinese
DemonymsкытайKyrgyznounChinese (by ethnicity)
DemonymsأرضيArabicadjearthly, terrestrial
DemonymsأرضيArabicadjEarthling
DemonymsأرضيArabicnounTerran, Earthling, inhabitant of the Earth
DemonymsأرضيArabicverbfirst-person singular non-past active indicative of أَرْضَى (ʔarḍā)active first-person form-iv form-of indicative non-past singular
DemonymsأرضيArabicverbfirst-person singular non-past active subjunctive of أَرْضَى (ʔarḍā)active first-person form-iv form-of non-past singular subjunctive
DemonymsأرضيArabicverbthird-person masculine singular past passive of أَرْضَى (ʔarḍā)form-iv form-of masculine passive past singular third-person
DemonymsأرضيArabicverbsecond-person feminine singular active imperative of أَرْضَى (ʔarḍā)active feminine form-iv form-of imperative second-person singular
DessertscrunchEnglishverbTo crush something, especially food, with a noisy crackling sound.
DessertscrunchEnglishverbTo be crushed with a noisy crackling sound.
DessertscrunchEnglishverbTo calculate or otherwise process (e.g. to crunch numbers: to perform mathematical calculations). Presumably from the sound made by mechanical calculators.slang
DessertscrunchEnglishverbTo grind or press with violence and noise.
DessertscrunchEnglishverbTo emit a grinding or crunching noise.
DessertscrunchEnglishverbTo cause the gears to emit a crunching sound by releasing the clutch before the gears are properly synchronised.automotive transport vehiclestransitive
DessertscrunchEnglishverbTo compress (data) using a particular algorithm, so that it can be restored by decrunching.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
DessertscrunchEnglishverbTo make employees work overtime in order to meet a deadline in the development of a project.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwareslang transitive
DessertscrunchEnglishnounA noisy crackling sound; the sound usually associated with crunching.
DessertscrunchEnglishnounA critical moment or event.
DessertscrunchEnglishnounA problem that leads to a crisis.
DessertscrunchEnglishnounA form of abdominal exercise, based on a sit-up but in which the lower back remains in contact with the floor.exercise hobbies lifestyle sports
DessertscrunchEnglishnounThe overtime work required to catch up and finish a project, usually in the final weeks of development before release.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwareslang
DessertscrunchEnglishnounA dessert consisting of a crunchy topping with fruit underneath.
DessertscrunchEnglishnounThe symbol #.US
DessertscrunchEnglishnounA small piece created by crushing; a piece of material with a friable or crunchy texture.cooking food lifestyle
DessertscrunchEnglishnounA shortage.slang
DessertsflaunMiddle EnglishnounA sweet cake with a filling inside it.
DessertsflaunMiddle EnglishnounA hotcake or pancake.
Devanagari letter namesककारSanskritnounThe name of the Devanagari letter क (ka).
Devanagari letter namesककारSanskritnounthe sound of the क letter, /kɐ/
Diacritical marksmøneNorwegian Nynorsknouna ridge (highest point on a roof)neuter
Diacritical marksmøneNorwegian Nynorsknouna circumflexneuter
DialectsAnagoYorubanounA subgroup of the Yoruba people mainly living in the town of Kétu in the Republic of Benin and southwest Yorubaland
DialectsAnagoYorubanounThe Ànàgó dialect spoken by the Ànàgó people of Kétu
DirectionsלמעלהHebrewadvup, upward
DirectionsלמעלהHebrewadvup there, above, upstairs
DirectionsלמעלהHebrewadvabove, aforementioned (referring to text that came before)scholarly sciences
DirectionsלמעלהHebrewadvin heaven
DirectionsלמעלהHebrewadvmore than, over (a certain number)
DisabilityܡܥܘܩܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicadjdisabled, handicapped
DisabilityܡܥܘܩܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnoundisabled, handicapped person
DiseasesKriibsLuxembourgishnouncrayfishmasculine
DiseasesKriibsLuxembourgishnouncancer (disease)masculine uncountable
DiseasesKriibsLuxembourgishnounCancer (astrology sign)masculine uncountable
DogscagnolinoItaliannounDiminutive of cane: little dog, doggy, doggiediminutive form-of masculine
DogscagnolinoItaliannounpuppymasculine
DogscagnolinoItaliannoundog paddle, doggy paddlehobbies lifestyle sports swimmingmasculine singular singular-only
DogsspanielEnglishnounAny of various small to medium-sized breeds of gun dog having a broad muzzle, long, wavy fur and long ears that hang at the side of the head, bred for flushing and retrieving game.
DogsspanielEnglishnounA cringing, fawning person.
DogsspanielEnglishverbTo follow loyally or obsequiously, like a spaniel.
DrinkingaangeschotenDutchadjtipsy, squiffy
DrinkingaangeschotenDutchverbpast participle of aanschietenform-of participle past
Dutch cardinal numbershonderdDutchnumhundred
Dutch cardinal numbershonderdDutchnouna count of hundredneuter
Dutch cardinal numbershonderdDutchintjgreat, perfect, all rightSuriname slang
Economicsprice gougingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of price gougeform-of gerund participle present
Economicsprice gougingEnglishnounThe act of or an instance of charging services or pricing goods at unreasonably high prices.business economics science sciencesuncountable usually
EconomicsttamanTarifitnounpricemasculine
EconomicsttamanTarifitnounworth, valuemasculine
EconomicsгосподарськийUkrainianadjlandlord's, master's, owner's, proprietor's
EconomicsгосподарськийUkrainianadjeconomic (pertaining to an economy)
EconomicsгосподарськийUkrainianadjhousehold (attributive)
EconomicsгосподарськийUkrainianadjbusiness (attributive)
EconomicsгосподарськийUkrainianadjefficient at managing a household
EducationnôùkaKashubiannounscience (systematic method of verifying knowledge)feminine
EducationnôùkaKashubiannounteaching (act of educating)feminine
EducationnôùkaKashubiannounlearning (act of acquiring knowledge)feminine
EducationnôùkaKashubiannounsermonChristianityfeminine
EducationnôùkaKashubiannounlesson (something learned or to be learned)feminine
EducationდასვენებაGeorgiannounverbal noun of დაისვენებს (daisvenebs)form-of noun-from-verb
EducationდასვენებაGeorgiannounverbal noun of დაასვენებს (daasvenebs)form-of noun-from-verb
EducationდასვენებაGeorgiannounverbal noun of დაესვენება (daesveneba)form-of noun-from-verb
EducationდასვენებაGeorgiannounrest, relaxation, unburdening, recuperation, repose, recharging, recreation
EducationდასვენებაGeorgiannouna pause, a break
EducationდასვენებაGeorgiannountime off, vacation
EducationდასვენებაGeorgiannouna break for schoolchildren between lessons
EducationドクターJapanesenoundoctor (person with a doctorate degree)
EducationドクターJapanesenoundoctor (medical professional)
EggsписанкаUkrainiannounEaster egg, usually a painted and/or decorated one
EggsписанкаUkrainiannounbeautiful, nice thingfiguratively
EggsписанкаUkrainiannounpretty girl or womanfiguratively
ElectricitydelithiationEnglishnounThe removal of lithium from an electrode of a lithium-ion batterynatural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
ElectricitydelithiationEnglishnounThe removal of lithium from a compoundchemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
Electron tubeslampkaPolishnounDiminutive of lampadiminutive feminine form-of
Electron tubeslampkaPolishnounwine glassfeminine
Electron tubeslampkaPolishnoundiode (electronic device that allows current to flow in one direction only; used chiefly as a rectifier)business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics technologyfeminine
EmotionshevysumMiddle EnglishadjDifficult to bear or accomplish; burdensome.
EmotionshevysumMiddle EnglishadjBurdened with woe or sorrow; sad, troubled.
EmotionshevysumMiddle EnglishadjConducive to or causing annoyance, anger or grief; vexatious.
EmotionsnarweMiddle EnglishadjNarrow, skinny; lacking width.
EmotionsnarweMiddle EnglishadjLittle; diminutive in or lacking size.
EmotionsnarweMiddle EnglishadjTight, constricting; not allowing for much space.
EmotionsnarweMiddle EnglishadjUnassuming, modest, simple.rare
EmotionsnarweMiddle EnglishadjSevere, rigorous, unforgiving.Early-Middle-English rare
EmotionsnarweMiddle EnglishadvTightly; in a confined or restrictive way.
EmotionsnarweMiddle EnglishadvFirmly; in a well-secured or well-attached way.
EmotionsnarweMiddle EnglishadvClose, near; without allowing for much space.
EmotionsnarweMiddle EnglishadvUncomfortably; in a threadbare or poor way.
EmotionsnarweMiddle EnglishadvJudiciously, attentively, with care, attention and heed.
EmotionsnarweMiddle EnglishadvReadily, enthusiastically; with much purpose and dedication.
EmotionsnarweMiddle EnglishadvCompactly, crowdedly; in a packed or non-diffuse way.rare
EmotionsnarweMiddle EnglishadvIn an accurate or meticulous way.rare
EmotionsnarweMiddle EnglishadvClingily; in a possessive manner.rare
EmotionsnarweMiddle EnglishadvStrictly, unforgivingly.rare
EmotionsnarweMiddle EnglishadvSadly; sorrowfully.rare
EmotionsnarweMiddle EnglishnounSomething narrow or constrictive.rare
EmotionspassionEnglishnounA true desire sustained or prolonged.countable uncountable
EmotionspassionEnglishnounAny great, strong, powerful emotion, especially romantic love or extreme hate.countable uncountable
EmotionspassionEnglishnounFervor, determination.countable uncountable
EmotionspassionEnglishnounAn object of passionate or romantic love or strong romantic interest.countable uncountable
EmotionspassionEnglishnounSexual intercourse, especially when very emotional.countable uncountable
EmotionspassionEnglishnounThe suffering of Jesus leading up to and during his crucifixion.Christianitycapitalized countable uncountable usually
EmotionspassionEnglishnounA display, musical composition, or play meant to commemorate the suffering of Jesus.countable uncountable
EmotionspassionEnglishnounSuffering or enduring of imposed or inflicted pain; any suffering or distress.countable obsolete uncountable
EmotionspassionEnglishnounThe state of being acted upon; subjection to an external agent or influence; a passive conditioncountable obsolete uncountable
EmotionspassionEnglishnounThe capacity of being affected by external agents; susceptibility of impressions from external agents.countable obsolete uncountable
EmotionspassionEnglishnounAn innate attribute, property, or quality of a thing.countable obsolete uncountable
EmotionspassionEnglishnounDisorder of the mind; madness.countable obsolete uncountable
EmotionspassionEnglishverbTo suffer pain or sorrow; to experience a passion; to be extremely agitated.obsolete
EmotionspassionEnglishverbTo give a passionate character to.transitive
EmotionsrewthfullyMiddle Englishadvsadly, sorrily, distressingly
EmotionsrewthfullyMiddle Englishadvfeebly, piteously
EmotionsrewthfullyMiddle Englishadvthankfully, fortunately
EmotionssimpatizanteSpanishadjsympathetic tofeminine masculine
EmotionssimpatizanteSpanishnounsympathizerby-personal-gender feminine masculine
EmotionsskrępowaniePolishnounverbal noun of skrępowaćform-of neuter noun-from-verb
EmotionsskrępowaniePolishnounself-consciousness, discomfort, shyness, abashmentneuter
EmotionsvihaFinnishnounanger, fury, rage, wrath, ire
EmotionsvihaFinnishnounhate, hatred, hostility, ire
EmotionsvihaFinnishnounwar (period of military hostilities or occupation; present in a small number of non-obsolete historical terms, e.g. isoviha, vanha viha, pikkuviha)obsolete
EmotionsChinesecharacterto be sick of; to be tired of; to be fed up with
EmotionsChinesecharacterto mind; to dislike; to be dissatisfied ofCantonese transitive
EmotionsChinesecharacterhatred; enmity; resentment; grudgein-compounds literary
EmotionsChinesecharacterto doubt; to suspectin-compounds literary
EmotionsChinesecharactersuspicion (the state of being suspected)in-compounds literary
EmotionsChinesecharacterto be similar to; to be about the same as; to approximatein-compounds literary
EmotionsChinesecharacterto guess; to surmise; to conjecturein-compounds literary
Emotions毛躁Chineseadjshort-tempered; irritable
Emotions毛躁Chineseadjrash and careless
Emotions陰沉Chineseadjdark; poorly lit; unilluminated
Emotions陰沉Chineseadjovercast; gloomy
Emotions陰沉Chineseadjgloomy; somber; depressed
EnergyкуйаасYakutadjhot, sultry
EnergyкуйаасYakutnounheat
EnglandtoneladaPortuguesenounmetric ton, a unit of mass equal to 1000 kgfeminine
EnglandtoneladaPortuguesenounBritish or American ton, a unit of mass equal to 20 hundredweight, 2,240 or 2,000 poundsfeminine
EnglandtoneladaPortuguesenountonelada, a traditional unit of mass, usually equivalent to 793 kgfeminine historical
EnglandtoneladaPortuguesenouncaskful, a notional unit of mass indicating the full contents of any tun, cask, &c.feminine
English female given namesShayEnglishnameA surname from Irish.
English female given namesShayEnglishnameA unisex given name transferred from the surname.
English female given namesShayEnglishnameA diminutive of the male given name Seamus.
English minced oathsgee whizEnglishintjAn expression of surprise, enthusiasm, or annoyance: wow or so what?US dated
English minced oathsgee whizEnglishadjVery good, impressive.informal
English numeral symbolsIEnglishpronThe speaker or writer, referred to as the grammatical subject, of a sentence.first-person personal pronoun singular subjective
English numeral symbolsIEnglishpronThe speaker or writer, referred to as the grammatical object, of a sentence.first-person nonstandard personal pronoun singular subjective
English numeral symbolsIEnglishnounThe ego.countable uncountable
English numeral symbolsIEnglishcharacterThe ninth letter of the English alphabet, called i and written in the Latin script.letter uppercase
English numeral symbolsIEnglishnumThe ordinal number ninth, derived from this letter of the English alphabet, called i and written in the Latin script.alt-of ordinal uppercase
English numeral symbolsIEnglishnounInterstate.US countable uncountable
English numeral symbolsIEnglishnounAbbreviation of instrumental case.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
English numeral symbolsIEnglishnounAbbreviation of instruction.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
English numeral symbolsIEnglishintjObsolete spelling of aye.alt-of obsolete
English unisex given namesJossEnglishnameA diminutive of the female given name Jocelyn.
English unisex given namesJossEnglishnameA diminutive of the male given name Joseph.
English unisex given namesJossEnglishnameA surname.
English unisex given namesJossEnglishverbTo invalidate a fan theory or original element of a fanwork through the introduction of new canon or retconning.lifestyleslang transitive
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA biblical city, the location of the Ark of the Covenant.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA unisex given name from Hebrew.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town in DeKalb County, Alabama.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Marengo County, Alabama.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Illinois Township, Pope County, Arkansas.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A historical district in Springdale, Arkansas.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A former village in Brevard County, Florida.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A minor city in Harris County, Georgia.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A village in St. Clair County, Illinois.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Cass Township, Sullivan County, Indiana.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Calloway County, Kentucky.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A ghost town in Issaquena County, Mississippi.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A borough in Cumberland County, New Jersey.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A census-designated place in Harrison Township, Montgomery County, Ohio.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A village in Richland County, Ohio.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A census-designated place in West Manchester Township, York County, Pennsylvania.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A census-designated place in Sumter County, South Carolina.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Hardin County, Tennessee, location of the Battle of Shiloh.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Gregg County, Texas.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A ghost town in Houston County, Texas.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Waller County, Texas.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Bath County, Virginia.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in King George County, Virginia.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Pulaski County, Virginia.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Stafford County, Virginia.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Hampshire County, West Virginia.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Raleigh County, West Virginia.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Tyler County, West Virginia.
English unisex given namesShilohEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A number of townships in the United States, listed under Shiloh Township.
English unisex given namesTeganEnglishnameA female given name from Welsh.
English unisex given namesTeganEnglishnameA male given name from Irish. Alternative form of Teagan.
English unisex given namesTeganEnglishnameA surname.
EntomologycapollCatalannounbudbiology botany natural-sciencesmasculine
EntomologycapollCatalannounstem (of a fruit)biology botany natural-sciencesmasculine
EntomologycapollCatalannounhuskmasculine
EntomologycapollCatalannouncocoon (silky protective case spun by insects)masculine
EquidsjennyEnglishnounA device for spinning thread from fiber onto multiple spindles (also called spinning jenny).
EquidsjennyEnglishnounA female creature of certain kinds: / a female donkey
EquidsjennyEnglishnounA female creature of certain kinds: / a female wren
EquidsjennyEnglishnounA female creature of certain kinds: / a female crab.Australia
EquidsjennyEnglishnounA catmill.
EquidsjennyEnglishnounIn billiards and similar games, a powerful follow shot with plenty of topspin.
EquidsjennyEnglishverbTo wind finished lace onto cards ready for sale.
Ericales order plantstouch-me-notEnglishnounAny of several (not closely related) plants which react when touched. / The jewelweed, Impatiens noli-tangere, Impatiens capensis, Impatiens parviflora.countable uncountable
Ericales order plantstouch-me-notEnglishnounAny of several (not closely related) plants which react when touched. / The sensitive plant (Mimosa pudica).countable uncountable
Ericales order plantstouch-me-notEnglishnounAny of several (not closely related) plants which react when touched. / The squirting cucumber (Ecballium elaterium).countable uncountable
Ericales order plantstouch-me-notEnglishnounLupus.archaic countable uncountable
Ericales order plantsčajovníkCzechnountea plantinanimate masculine
Ericales order plantsčajovníkCzechnounteapotinanimate masculine rare
Ericales order plantsčajovníkCzechnounteamaker (person who prepares and serves tea in a teahouse)animate masculine
Ethnicity紅毛Chinesenounred hair (on animals)
Ethnicity紅毛Chinesenounred-haired person; (by extension) Caucasian person; white person; ang mohHokkien Malaysia Singapore Taiwan Teochew derogatory
EuropeDuchishMiddle EnglishadjGerman, Dutch, Teutonic, Germanic
EuropeDuchishMiddle EnglishnounGerman, Dutch (languages)
EuropeDuchishMiddle EnglishnounGermanic, Teutonic (languages)
ExplosivesbombeFrenchnounbomb (a device filled with explosives)feminine
ExplosivesbombeFrenchnounaerosol (either the substance or the container)feminine
ExplosivesbombeFrenchnouna hottie, a bombshellcolloquial feminine
ExplosivesbombeFrenchnounglobular glass vessel; demijohn, carboyfeminine
ExplosivesbombeFrenchnounbombe glacée, a frozen dessert consisting of two or more kinds of ice cream, often with a light, frothy center made of eggs and sugar, frozen in a melon-shaped moldfeminine
ExplosivesbombeFrenchnounEllipsis of bombe météorologique or bombe météo or bombe cyclonique.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis feminine
Extinct languagesprussianoItalianadjPrussian
Extinct languagesprussianoItaliannounPrussianmasculine
Extinct languagesprussianoItaliannounOld Prussian languageinvariable masculine
Extinct languagestocarioSpanishadjTocharian
Extinct languagestocarioSpanishnounTocharianmasculine
Extinct languagestocarioSpanishnounTocharian (language)masculine uncountable
FabricssedaCatalannounsilkfeminine
FabricssedaCatalannounsilken threadfeminine
FabricssedaCatalanverbinflection of sedar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
FabricssedaCatalanverbinflection of sedar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
FaceisilevuZulunounchin
FaceisilevuZulunounbeard
FaceχείλοςGreeknounlip (of the mouth)
FaceχείλοςGreeknounlip, edge
FaceχείλοςGreeknounlabia (of the vulva)anatomy medicine sciencesplural-normally
Fairy tale charactersŚnieżkaPolishnameSněžka (a mountain in the Giant Mountains and Sudetes, Czech Republic and Poland)feminine
Fairy tale charactersŚnieżkaPolishnameSnow White (fairy tale)feminine
Fairy tale charactersŚnieżkaPolishnameSnow White (the main character in this story)feminine
FamilyadelphogamyEnglishnounA form of polyandry where a woman is married to two or more brothers.uncountable
FamilyadelphogamyEnglishnounMarriage between a brother and a sister.uncountable
FamilyamaThaonounfather
FamilyamaThaonounpaternal uncle
FamilybubuTok Pisinnoungrandparent
FamilybubuTok Pisinnounany elderly relative
FamilycompadreGaliciannoungodfather of one’s child; father of one’s godchildmasculine
FamilycompadreGaliciannounfather of one's child's spouse; co-father-in-lawmasculine
FamilycompadreGaliciannouna close friend; compadrefamiliar masculine
FamilykallElfdaliannounman (male human)masculine
FamilykallElfdaliannounhusbandmasculine
FamilymbesëAlbaniannounniecefeminine
FamilymbesëAlbaniannoungranddaughterfeminine
Family membersfamiliarSpanishadjfamilial, familyfeminine masculine
Family membersfamiliarSpanishadjclose, familiarfeminine masculine
Family membersfamiliarSpanishadjdaily, plainfeminine masculine
Family membersfamiliarSpanishnounrelative, family membermasculine
Family memberswaiñüjüYe'kwananounmale cross-cousin (of a man)possessed-form
Family memberswaiñüjüYe'kwananounterm of address for a brother-in-law (of a man)possessed-form
FantasyRitterGermannounknightmasculine strong
FantasyRitterGermannamea surname originating as an occupationfeminine masculine proper-noun surname
FarewellsadiósSpanishintjgoodbye, farewell
FarewellsadiósSpanishnounfarewell; goodbyemasculine
FarewellshoorooEnglishintjHooray.
FarewellshoorooEnglishintjGoodbye.Australia colloquial
FarewellshoorooEnglishverbTo give a cheer of "hooroo".
FashionDisneyboundingEnglishnounIncorporating Disney-themed elements in one's fashion.lifestyleslang uncountable
FashionDisneyboundingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of Disneyboundform-of gerund participle present
Faster-than-light travelwormholeEnglishnounA hole burrowed by a worm.
Faster-than-light travelwormholeEnglishnounA hypothetical shortcut between two points in spacetime, permitting faster-than-light travel and sometimes time travel.
Faster-than-light travelwormholeEnglishnounA location in a monitor program containing the address of a routine, allowing the user to substitute different functionality.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencesslang
Faster-than-light travelwormholeEnglishverbTo make porous or permeable through the formation of small holes or tunnels.transitive
FeartrwożnyPolishadjchicken-hearted, chicken-livered, nesh, pusillanimous, spooky, timorous
FeartrwożnyPolishadjdisquieting, disturbing, spooky, anxiety-provoking
FecesdroppingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of dropform-of gerund participle present
FecesdroppingEnglishnounSomething dropped; a droplet.
FecesdroppingEnglishnounA piece of animal excrement; dung.plural-normally
FecesdroppingEnglishnounThe act of something that drops or falls.
FecessantorumEnglishnounA frothy mixture of lubricant and fecal matter as an occasional byproduct of anal sex.lifestyle sex sexualityneologism slang uncountable
FecessantorumEnglishnounShit: rubbish, worthless matter, nonsense, bull.derogatory neologism slang uncountable
FemalebaibBavariannounwomanTimau neuter
FemalebaibBavariannounwifeTimau neuter
FemalebantiarnaIrishnounladyfeminine
FemalebantiarnaIrishnounpeer, peeressfeminine
FemalebantiarnaIrishnounsuzerainefeminine
FemalebilëAlbaniannoundaughterfeminine
FemalebilëAlbaniannoungirlfeminine
FemalebábIrishnounbabyfeminine
FemalebábIrishnounmaidenfeminine poetic
FemalehóraOld Norsenounwhore, harlotfeminine
FemalehóraOld Norseverbto commit adultery
Female王妃Chinesenounwife of a prince; princess consort
Female王妃Chinesenounconcubine of a king
Female animalsardiBasquenounsheepanimate
Female animalsardiBasquenouneweanimate
Female animalspurkeNorwegian Nynorsknouna sow (female pig)feminine
Female animalspurkeNorwegian Nynorskverbto snore loudlycolloquial intransitive
Female family membersmaternalEnglishadjOf or pertaining to a mother; having the characteristics of a mother; motherly.
Female family membersmaternalEnglishadjRelated through the mother, or her side of the family.
Female family membersmaternalEnglishadjDerived from the mother as opposed to the foetus during pregnancy.anatomy medicine sciences
Female family membersmaternalEnglishnounA mother.dated informal rare
Female family membersmaternalEnglishnounA person related through the mother, or her side of the family; a maternal relative.rare
Female family membersmorSwedishnounmothercommon-gender
Female family membersmorSwedishnounMoorcommon-gender
Female family membersmorsaSwedishnounmothercolloquial common-gender
Female family membersmorsaSwedishverbto greetcolloquial
Female family membersženaSerbo-Croatiannounwoman
Female family membersženaSerbo-Croatiannounwife
Female family membersбабаKomi-Zyriannounold woman
Female family membersбабаKomi-Zyriannounwife, wifey
Female family membersженаSerbo-Croatiannounwoman
Female family membersженаSerbo-Croatiannounwife
Female peopledrabarniRomaninounwitchfeminine
Female peopledrabarniRomaninounfemale readerfeminine
Female peopleempericeMiddle EnglishnounAn empress; a female ruler of an empire.
Female peopleempericeMiddle EnglishnounThe wife or partner of an empire's ruler.
Female peoplepastuszkaPolishnounfemale equivalent of pastuszekfeminine form-of
Female peoplepastuszkaPolishnoungenitive/accusative singular of pastuszekaccusative form-of genitive masculine person singular
Female peopleragazzonaItaliannouna large, tall or strapping girlfeminine
Female peopleragazzonaItaliannouna childish womanfeminine informal
Female peopleбарыняRussiannounlady, madam, boyar's wifehistorical
Female peopleбарыняRussiannounmadam, ma'am (a form of address to a noble woman or landlady)archaic
Female peopleдјевојкаSerbo-Croatiannoungirl, maiden
Female peopleдјевојкаSerbo-Croatiannoungirlfriend
Female peopleполіцейськаUkrainianadjfeminine nominative singular of поліце́йський (policéjsʹkyj)feminine form-of nominative singular
Female peopleполіцейськаUkrainiannounfemale equivalent of поліце́йський (policéjsʹkyj): policewomanfeminine form-of noun-from-verb
Female people雛菊Chinesenoundaisy (Bellis perennis)
Female people雛菊Chinesenoununderage female prostituteTaiwan figuratively
FeminismDworkinianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Ronald Dworkin (1931-2013), Jewish-American philosopher, jurist, and scholar of United States constitutional law.
FeminismDworkinianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Andrea Dworkin (1946-2005), American radical feminist and writer best known for her criticism of pornography.
FeminismDworkinianEnglishnounA supporter of Ronald Dworkin.
FencingsabreCatalannounsabremasculine
FencingsabreCatalannounthe silver scabbardfish (Lepidopus caudatus)masculine
FibersalgodãoPortuguesenouncotton (plant)masculine
FibersalgodãoPortuguesenounthe fibre extracted from the plantmasculine uncountable
FibersalgodãoPortuguesenounthe cloth made from the fibremasculine uncountable
Fictional characterscybercowboyEnglishnounA character who carries out contract work, especially of a legally dubious nature, in cyberspace.literature media publishing science-fiction
Fictional characterscybercowboyEnglishnounAn Internet user.informal
Fictional charactersdroidEnglishnounA robot, especially one made with some physical resemblance to a human (an android).
Fictional charactersdroidEnglishnounA person having the qualities of an android; one with few or no emotions or little personality, or who acts in an unthinking manner; a robot.US derogatory
FilmcoterFrenchverbto quote, listbusiness finance
FilmcoterFrenchverbto quote the market price of; to put odds on
FilmcoterFrenchverbto mark (UK), grade (US)
FilmcoterFrenchverbto rate (a film etc.)
FilmpelikulaBasquenounfilm (medium used to capture images)arts hobbies lifestyle photographyinanimate
FilmpelikulaBasquenounfilm, movie, motion pictureSouthern inanimate
FinancemediosSpanishadjmasculine plural of medioform-of masculine plural
FinancemediosSpanishnounplural of medioform-of masculine plural
FinancemediosSpanishnounmedia, mass media as a wholemasculine plural
FinancemediosSpanishnounmeans, personal financial resources, inclusive of property and incomemasculine plural
FinancemediosSpanishnountwins, people or animals born at the same time or any similarly similar pairmasculine plural
FinancemediosSpanishnounmedios, the central third of the bullringbullfighting entertainment lifestylemasculine plural
FinanceròssecCatalannountrain (of a garment)masculine
FinanceròssecCatalannounconsequence, after-effectsfiguratively masculine
FinanceròssecCatalannounremainder, balance (of a payment)figuratively masculine
FinancesharesEnglishnounplural of shareform-of plural
FinancesharesEnglishverbthird-person singular simple present indicative of shareform-of indicative present singular third-person
FinancethefMiddle Englishnounthief
FinancethefMiddle Englishnounhighwayman
FinancethefMiddle Englishnounpoacher
FinancethefMiddle Englishnoundefrauder
FinancethefMiddle Englishnounkidnapper
FinancethefMiddle Englishnounliar
FinancethefMiddle Englishnounfelon
FinancethefMiddle Englishnounusurer
FinancethefMiddle EnglishnounA malicious, evil, or wicked person.
FinancethefMiddle EnglishnounA person who enters conflict for loot or booty.
Finance公積金Chinesenounofficial reserves
Finance公積金Chinesenounaccumulated fund
Finance公積金Chinesenounsuperannuation
Finance公積金ChinesenounCentral Provident FundSingapore
FingersteacherEnglishnounA person who teaches, especially one employed in a school.
FingersteacherEnglishnounThe index finger; the forefinger.
FingersteacherEnglishnounAn indication; a lesson.
FingersteacherEnglishnounThe second highest office in the Aaronic priesthood, held by priesthood holders of at least the age of 14.Mormonism
FiresootMiddle Englishnounsootuncountable
FiresootMiddle EnglishadjAlternative form of swetealt-of alternative
Firearmsflash-ballEnglishnounA form of handgun that fires projectiles of rubber or similar material, used mainly by law enforcement officers for riot control.
Firearmsflash-ballEnglishnounThe projectile fired from this gun.
FirefightingbrannNorwegian Bokmålnounfiremasculine
FirefightingbrannNorwegian Bokmålnounconflagrationmasculine
FirefightingbrannNorwegian Bokmålnouninflammation, burning pain, fevermasculine
FirefightingbrannNorwegian Bokmålverbpast tense of brenne (intransitive verb)form-of nonstandard past
FishBücklingGermannounred herring (smoke-cured herring)masculine strong
FishBücklingGermannounbowmasculine strong
FishBücklingGermannounbootlicker; cowardmasculine strong
FishMinnLuxembourgishnounmine (excavation)feminine
FishMinnLuxembourgishnounmine (explosive device)feminine
FishMinnLuxembourgishnouncountenance, expressionfeminine
FishMinnLuxembourgishnounEuropean chub (Leuciscus cephalus, now Squalius cephalus)masculine
FishctenoideanEnglishadjRelating to the former group of fish Ctenoidei; ray-finned.archaic not-comparable
FishctenoideanEnglishnounAny member of the former group Ctenoidei; a ray-finned fish.archaic
FishtacamachínSpanishnouncatfishmasculine
FishtacamachínSpanishnounsnook (Centropomus spp.)masculine
FishánxelAsturiannounangel (messenger from a deity)masculine
FishánxelAsturiannounangelfishmasculine
FishingpescadaCatalannouncatch (total of fish caught at one time)feminine
FishingpescadaCatalanverbfeminine singular of pescatfeminine form-of participle singular
Flagshammer and sickleEnglishnounA depiction of a sickle crossed with a hammer, used as a symbol of communism and the Soviet Union.
Flagshammer and sickleEnglishnounSocialism or communism itself.metonymically
Flags黑旗Chinesenounblack flag
Flags黑旗Chinesenouna black banner used by the police: "Warning: Tear Smoke / 警告:催淚煙"Hong-Kong
FleassiphonapteranEnglishadjOf, pertaining to, or characteristic of the order Siphonaptera of fleas.not-comparable
FleassiphonapteranEnglishnounAny species of the order Siphonaptera, a flea.
FlowersEaster lilyEnglishnounLilium longiflorum, a species of flowering plant in the lily family associated with Easter.
FlowersEaster lilyEnglishnounAn emblem of the lily in the Irish colours of green, white, orange: used to commemorate the Easter rebellion of 1916.Ireland
FlowersTulipaaneAlemannic Germannountulip (Tulipa spp.)feminine
FlowersTulipaaneAlemannic Germannounfire lily (Lilium bulbiferum)feminine
Flowerspasse-fleurFrenchnouncommon hollyhock (Alcea rosea)feminine obsolete
Flowerspasse-fleurFrenchnounrose campion (Silene coronaria syn. Lychnis coronaria)feminine obsolete
FoghaarEnglishnounThick, cold, wet fog along the northeastern coast of Northern England and Scotland.Northern-England Scotland countable especially uncountable
FoghaarEnglishnounthe third month of the Punjabi calendar.countable uncountable
FolkloreagāgaTokelauannounsoul, spirit
FolkloreagāgaTokelauannounghost
Food and drinkventradaCatalannounlitter (animals born at the same time)feminine
Food and drinkventradaCatalannounindigestionfeminine
FoodsBücklingGermannounred herring (smoke-cured herring)masculine strong
FoodsBücklingGermannounbowmasculine strong
FoodsBücklingGermannounbootlicker; cowardmasculine strong
Foodsmashed potatoesEnglishnounplural of mashed potatoform-of plural
Foodsmashed potatoesEnglishnounA dish consisting of potatoes that have been boiled, mashed to a pulpy consistency, and mixed with such ingredients as butter or milk.in-plural uncountable
Foodsmashed potatoesEnglishnounPartially melted snow with a pulpy texture, making for slow skiing.hobbies lifestyle skiing sports
Foodsmashed potatoesEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see mash, potato.
FoodssglodionWelshnounchips, splinters, shavings (of wood, stone etc.)collective masculine not-mutable
FoodssglodionWelshnounchips, French fries (fried strips of potato of square or rectangular cross-section)collective masculine not-mutable
Football (soccer)elftalDutchnouna group of eleven, usually human beingsneuter
Football (soccer)elftalDutchnouna team of eleven (typically refers to a football team)hobbies lifestyle sportsneuter
FootweartacóCatalannounbinge, excessmasculine
FootweartacóCatalannounbeating, thrashingmasculine
FootweartacóCatalannounheel (of shoe)masculine
FootweartacóCatalannounwide-eyed flounder (Bothas podas)masculine
Forms of discriminationageismEnglishnounThe treating of a person or people, especially youth or seniors, differently from others based on assumptions, prejudices or/and stereotypes relating to their age.countable uncountable
Forms of discriminationageismEnglishnounBias against older adults (typically those in their sixties or older, but other times even younger if not even before middle-age).countable uncountable
Forms of discriminationageismEnglishnounBias, hatred, bigotry and prejudice against age differences in other people's relationships, whether romantic or platonic.countable uncountable
Fourfour-in-handEnglishnounA carriage drawn by four horses controlled by one driver.
Fourfour-in-handEnglishnounA slip knot with one end hanging in front of the other; a simple necktie.US
FowlsfaisanFrenchnounpheasant (a bird of family Phasianidae)masculine
FowlsfaisanFrenchnouncock pheasant (male pheasant)masculine
FowlskaxlanQ'eqchiadjSpanish
FowlskaxlanQ'eqchiadjmestizo
FowlskaxlanQ'eqchinounhen
FowlskohoutCzechnouncock, roosteranimate masculine
FowlskohoutCzechnountap, faucetinanimate masculine
FowlskohoutCzechnounhammerengineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponryinanimate masculine
FowlsفرArabicverbto flee, run away, run off, escape
FowlsفرArabicnounverbal noun of فَرَّ (farra) (form I)form-of noun-from-verb
FowlsفرArabicnounquail (Coturnix coturnix)collective
FowlsفرArabicverbsecond-person masculine singular active imperative of وَفَرَ (wafara)active form-i form-of imperative masculine second-person singular
Freshwater birdscraneMiddle Englishnouncrane (bird)
Freshwater birdscraneMiddle Englishnouncrane (machine)
Freshwater birdscraneMiddle Englishnouncranium
Freshwater birdslómurIcelandicnounred-throated diver (Gavia stellata)masculine
Freshwater birdslómurIcelandicnountraitormasculine
FriendshipcopFrenchnouna friend, a palinformal masculine
FriendshipcopFrenchnouncop (police officer)Canada informal masculine
FrogsEleutherodactylusTranslingualnameA taxonomic genus within the family Eleutherodactylidae – robber frogs.masculine
FrogsEleutherodactylusTranslingualnameA taxonomic subgenus within the genus Eleutherodactylus.masculine
FrogsfryEnglishverbA method of cooking food. / To cook (something) in hot fat.transitive
FrogsfryEnglishverbA method of cooking food. / To cook in hot fat.intransitive
FrogsfryEnglishverbA method of cooking food. / To simmer; to boil.obsolete
FrogsfryEnglishverbTo be affected by extreme heat or current. / To suffer because of too much heat.colloquial intransitive
FrogsfryEnglishverbTo be affected by extreme heat or current. / To execute, or be executed, by the electric chair.US intransitive slang transitive
FrogsfryEnglishverbTo be affected by extreme heat or current. / To destroy (something, usually electronic) with excessive heat, voltage, or current.informal transitive
FrogsfryEnglishnounA fried piece of cut potato.cooking food lifestyleCanada US plural-normally
FrogsfryEnglishnounA meal of fried sausages, bacon, eggs, etc.cooking food lifestyleBritish Ireland
FrogsfryEnglishnounThe liver of a lamb.cooking food lifestyleAustralia New-Zealand
FrogsfryEnglishnounA lamb or calf testicle.cooking food lifestyleUS plural-normally
FrogsfryEnglishnounA state of excitement.archaic colloquial
FrogsfryEnglishnounYoung fish; fishlings.uncountable
FrogsfryEnglishnounOffspring; progeny; children; brood.UK dialectal uncountable
FrogsfryEnglishnounA swarm, especially of something small.archaic uncountable
FrogsfryEnglishnounThe spawn of frogs.UK dialectal uncountable
FrogsfryEnglishnounA kind of sieve.
FrogsfryEnglishnounA drain.
FruitscherimoyaEnglishnounA subtropical tree, Annona cherimola, native to mountainous areas of South America.
FruitscherimoyaEnglishnounA conical fruit with white flesh from that tree.
FruitscireretaCatalannounDiminutive of cirera (“cherry”)diminutive feminine form-of
FruitscireretaCatalannounblack nightshadefeminine in-plural
FruitscitronFrenchnounlemonmasculine
FruitscitronFrenchnounlime (citrus)masculine
FruitscitronFrenchnounbrimstone (butterfly)masculine
FruitscitronFrenchnounnoggin (head)colloquial masculine
FruitscitronFrenchnounlemon (defective item)Quebec informal masculine
FruitscitronFrenchnounEast Asianethnic masculine offensive slang slur
FruitsfigeMiddle EnglishnounA fig tree (tree of the genus Ficus)
FruitsfigeMiddle EnglishnounA fig (fruit of a fig tree)
FruitsfigeMiddle EnglishnounA kind of boil or sore.rare
FruitskakiFinnishnounpersimmon
FruitskakiFinnishverbinflection of kakkia: ## present active indicative connegative ## second-person singular present imperative ## second-person singular present active imperative connegative / present active indicative connegativeactive connegative form-of indicative present
FruitskakiFinnishverbinflection of kakkia: ## present active indicative connegative ## second-person singular present imperative ## second-person singular present active imperative connegative / second-person singular present imperativeform-of imperative present second-person singular
FruitskakiFinnishverbinflection of kakkia: ## present active indicative connegative ## second-person singular present imperative ## second-person singular present active imperative connegative / second-person singular present active imperative connegativeactive connegative form-of imperative present second-person singular
Fruitsmamey sapoteEnglishnounA species of fruit-bearing tree native to southern Mexico and northern South America, Pouteria sapota.uncountable usually
Fruitsmamey sapoteEnglishnounThe fruit of this tree.uncountable usually
FruitsmamónSpanishadjsucking
FruitsmamónSpanishnounsucklingmasculine
FruitsmamónSpanishnounshoot (of a plant)biology botany natural-sciencesmasculine
FruitsmamónSpanishnounmamoncillo (tree and fruit), Spanish lime (Melicoccus bijugatus)masculine
FruitsmamónSpanishnounmama's boy, mommy's darling (person clinging to his mother)Chile derogatory masculine
FruitsmamónSpanishnounstupid person, dumbass, sucker, bastardMexico Spain derogatory masculine
FruitsmamónSpanishnounblowjobmasculine vulgar
FruitsmeasScottish Gaelicnounrespectmasculine
FruitsmeasScottish Gaelicnounfruitmasculine
FruitsmeasScottish Gaelicverbthink, reckon, consider
FruitsmeasScottish Gaelicverbrespect, esteem
FruitsmeasScottish Gaelicverbevaluate, assess
FruitsowocPolishnounfruit (part of plant)inanimate masculine
FruitsowocPolishnounfruit (food)inanimate masculine
FruitsowocPolishnounfruit (positive end result or reward of labour or effort)figuratively inanimate masculine
FruitspaarnaqGreenlandicnouncrowberry (the fruit)
FruitspaarnaqGreenlandicnounberry, fruit
FruitsελιάGreeknounolive
FruitsελιάGreeknounolive tree
FruitsελιάGreeknounmole, wart (skin blemish)
FruitsελιάGreeknounglandcolloquial
FruitsعنبUrdunoungrape (fruit)
FruitsعنبUrdunounblack nightshade (Solanum nigrum)
FruitsچغالهPersiannoununripe fruitrare
FruitsچغالهPersiannoununripe fruit / unripe almondrare
FruitsܝܠܕܐClassical Syriacnounbirth, childbirth, delivery, nativity
FruitsܝܠܕܐClassical Syriacnounbirthday
FruitsܝܠܕܐClassical Syriacnounhoroscopeastrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
FruitsܝܠܕܐClassical Syriacnounoffspring, brood
FruitsܝܠܕܐClassical Syriacnounchildren, descendantsin-plural
FruitsܝܠܕܐClassical Syriacnoundescent, generation
FruitsܝܠܕܐClassical Syriacnouninhabitant, resident
FruitsܝܠܕܐClassical Syriacnounproduce, fruit
FungikurkaPolishnounchanterelle (Cantharellus cibarius)feminine
FungikurkaPolishnounDiminutive of kura (“hen”)diminutive feminine form-of
FungikurkaPolishnoungenitive/accusative singular of kurekaccusative animal-not-person form-of genitive masculine singular
FungikurkaPolishnoungenitive singular of kurekform-of genitive inanimate masculine singular
FurniturecabeceraSpanishnounheadboard, bedheadfeminine
FurniturecabeceraSpanishnounhead (of company)feminine
FurniturecabeceraSpanishnounseat of governmentPhilippines feminine
FurniturecabeceraSpanishnounheadline, heading, topfeminine
FurniturecabeceraSpanishnounopening credits, intro, title sequencebroadcasting film media televisionfeminine
FurniturecabeceraSpanishnounheadwatersfeminine
FurniturecabeceraSpanishnounheadercomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences networking physical-sciences sciencesfeminine
GaitsboiteuxFrenchadjlame, limping
GaitsboiteuxFrenchadjwobbly, shaky
GaitsboiteuxFrenchadjembroidered on one side onlybusiness manufacturing textiles
GaitsboiteuxFrenchadjclumsy
GaitsboiteuxFrenchadjunstable
GaitsboiteuxFrenchnouncripple, lame personmasculine
GaitsspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo spring (burst forth, shoot out): / To issue or gush (water from a water source)
GaitsspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo spring (burst forth, shoot out): / To grow, sprout, or bear fruit or flowers.
GaitsspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo grow, emerge or develop: / To rise; to emerge or appear.broadly
GaitsspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo grow, emerge or develop: / To overflow or flood; to utterly envelop.broadly
GaitsspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo move with great speed or energy; to dash: / To spring (jump with great speed or energy).
GaitsspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo move with great speed or energy; to dash: / To shoot or spurt out; to emerge suddenly and quickly.
GaitsspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo move with great speed or energy; to dash: / To spring back; to return from a force.
GaitsspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo become or cause to become diffused; to spread. / To become or cause to become known or disseminated.
GaitsspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo become or cause to become diffused; to spread. / To establish or normalise; to become or make normal.
GaitsspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo become or cause to become diffused; to spread. / To sprinkle or asperse; to spread in small drops or bits.
GaitsspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo happen or occur; to come to be.
GaitsspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo break into pieces; to fall apart.
GaitsspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo skip a beat.rare
GaitsspryngenMiddle EnglishverbTo promote or honour; to make exalted.rare
GameschanchulloSpanishnounsleaze, scumcolloquial masculine
GameschanchulloSpanishnounsham, fishy business, funny stuffcolloquial masculine
GameschanchulloSpanishnounbackgammonmasculine
GamingrozegraćPolishverbto play out (to play a game to its conclusion)perfective transitive
GamingrozegraćPolishverbto finalize the matter, to wrap up (to finish off a task completely)perfective transitive
GamingrozegraćPolishverbto play a role in a specific waybroadcasting entertainment film lifestyle media television theaterperfective transitive
GamingrozegraćPolishverbto play a sport in a specific wayhobbies lifestyle sportsperfective transitive
GamingrozegraćPolishverbto play out (to occur in a certain manner)perfective reflexive
GamingrozegraćPolishverbto gain momentum in actingbroadcasting entertainment film lifestyle media television theaterperfective reflexive
GamingrozegraćPolishverbto gain momentum in a sporthobbies lifestyle sportsperfective reflexive
GenitaliatarseEnglishnounThe penis.archaic
GenitaliatarseEnglishnounThe tarsus (seven bones in the ankle).
GenitaliatarseEnglishnounA male falcon.falconry hobbies hunting lifestyle
GenitaliaノㇰAinunounegg
GenitaliaノㇰAinunountesticle
Gentianales order plantspoison nutEnglishnounnux vomica (tree)
Gentianales order plantspoison nutEnglishnounnux vomica (fruit)
GeographyਸੰਗਮPunjabinounconfluence, junction, conjunction, juncture, union, combination
GeographyਸੰਗਮPunjabinounmeeting, gathering
GeologykletturFaroesenounlarge stone, rock, cliffmasculine
GeologykletturFaroesenounklettarnir - the Faroe Islands (literally "the rocks")humorous masculine
GeometryelipsaCzechnounellipse (curve resulting from stretching a circle along a particular dimension)feminine
GeometryelipsaCzechnounellipsisgrammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesfeminine
Germanic paganismWiccatruEnglishnameA syncretic form of Asatru that incorporates Wiccan beliefs, practices, or elements.derogatory slang usually
Germanic paganismWiccatruEnglishnounA person who practices this form of Asatru.countable derogatory slang uncountable usually
GlasspyrexEnglishnounA kind of heat-resistant borosilicate glass, made by mixing a high concentration of boron oxides into the molten glass to reduce its thermal expansion coefficient.uncountable
GlasspyrexEnglishnounAny borosilicate glassbroadly uncountable
GlasspyrexEnglishnounAny glass capable of withstanding high temperatures, such as tempered glass suitable for cookingbroadly uncountable
GoatsNam DươngVietnamesenameSynonym of Ma Kết (“Capricorn”)astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
GoatsNam DươngVietnamesenameSynonym of Ma Kết (“Capricornus”)astronomy natural-sciences
GoatsNam DươngVietnamesenameSynonym of In-đô-nê-xi-a: Indonesiaobsolete
GoatsNam DươngVietnamesenameNanyang
Goatswild goatEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see wild, goat.
Goatswild goatEnglishnounCapra aegagrus, a species or goat believed ancestral to and including the domestic goat.
GodssḫmtEgyptiannamethe goddess Sekhmet, personification of overmastering power
GodssḫmtEgyptiannounpower, capability, especially capability to overpowerrare
GodssḫmtEgyptiannounfertility, capacity for procreationrare
GodssḫmtEgyptiannounepithet for fire
Gourd family plants胡瓜Japanesenouncucumber
Gourd family plants胡瓜Japanesenouncucumber
Gourd family plants胡瓜JapanesenouncucumberKagoshima
Gourd family plants胡瓜JapanesenouncucumberKagoshima
Gourd family plants胡瓜Japanesenouncucumberobsolete
Governmentوزیر اعظمUrdunounprime minister
Governmentوزیر اعظمUrdunoungrand vizierhistorical
GovernmentḫndwEgyptiannounthrone or other seat of a king or a god, including stools, litters, and seats in a boat
GovernmentḫndwEgyptiannounstairway
GrainskroupaCzechnounhulled grainfeminine
GrainskroupaCzechnounhailstonefeminine
GrainsحبSouth Levantine Arabicverbto love, to like
GrainsحبSouth Levantine Arabicverbto wantbroadly
GrainsحبSouth Levantine Arabicnounlove
GrainsحبSouth Levantine Arabicnounseeds, grains, berriescollective uncountable
GrainsخندريسArabicnounspelt, dinkel wheatobsolete
GrainsخندريسArabicnoungroats, gruelobsolete
GrainsخندريسArabicnounold wineobsolete
Grains炒米Chinesenounparched rice
Grains炒米Chinesenounmillet stir-fried in butter
Grape cultivarscorvinaEnglishnounAny of various fish, including Cilus gilberti, Larimichthys polyactis, and members of the genera Cynoscion and Isopisthus.
Grape cultivarscorvinaEnglishnounA red Italian grape variety, used in wines from Valpolicella and the wider region around the city of Verona.
Greek mythologyⲇⲓⲟⲙⲏⲧⲏⲥCopticnamea male given name from Greek, equivalent to English Diomedes
Greek mythologyⲇⲓⲟⲙⲏⲧⲏⲥCopticnamein particular, a mythological figure of the Iliad
Green algaezielenicePolishnounChlorophytafeminine plural
Green algaezielenicePolishnounnominative/accusative/vocative plural of zielenicaaccusative form-of nominative plural vocative
GreensCambridge blueEnglishnounA light, bright blue.countable uncountable
GreensCambridge blueEnglishnounA medium spring green colour used by sports teams from the University of Cambridge.countable uncountable
GreensCambridge blueEnglishadjOf a light bright blue color.not-comparable
Gregorian calendar monthsAbrilCebuanonameApril
Gregorian calendar monthsAbrilCebuanoverbto do something in April
Gregorian calendar monthsAbrilCebuanoverbto write April in something
Gregorian calendar monthsoyUzbeknounmonth
Gregorian calendar monthsoyUzbeknounmoon
Gregorian calendar monthsrokKashubiannounyear (calendar year)inanimate masculine
Gregorian calendar monthsrokKashubiannounyear (group of people belonging to the same calendar year of typically educational events)inanimate masculine
GreyscinzaPortugueseadjgreyfeminine masculine
GreyscinzaPortuguesenounash, ashesfeminine
GreyscinzaPortuguesenoungrey (colour)masculine
GrouseմայրեհավArmeniannoungrouse (bird of the subfamily Tetraoninae)
GrouseմայրեհավArmeniannoungrouse (bird of the subfamily Tetraoninae) / black grouse, Lyrurus tetrix
HairbrunuCorsicanadjdark brown
HairbrunuCorsicannounbrownmasculine
HairbrunuCorsicannounbrunetmasculine
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
HairlovelockEnglishnounA lock of hair that hangs down and is worn apart from the hair that remains.
HairlovelockEnglishnounA flowing lock of hair that is dressed apart from the hair that remains.
Hairrood TäkSaterland Frisiannounred fox (Vulpes vulpes)figuratively neuter
Hairrood TäkSaterland Frisiannounginger, redheadfiguratively neuter
Hairrood TäkSaterland FrisiannounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see rood, Täk.neuter
Hair colorskruczyPolishadjraven (of, pertaining to, or characteristic of ravens)not-comparable relational
Hair colorskruczyPolishadjraven (hair, plumage, or coat of an animal)not-comparable
Hair colorskruczyPolishadjominous, ill-bodingnot-comparable
HandballハンドボールJapanesenounhandball (team sport)
HandballハンドボールJapanesenouna handball (ball in team sport)
Hawaii, USA草裙舞Chinesenounhula (dance)
Hawaii, USA草裙舞Chinesenounthe act of attempting to have a raise in pay or a promotion, by implying jumping ship or quittingCantonese Hong-Kong
HeadweardiademeMiddle EnglishnounA diadem or tiara (royal crown)
HeadweardiademeMiddle EnglishnounA hat that resembles a diadem or tiara.
HeadweardiademeMiddle EnglishnounRulership, royal leadership.
HeadweardiademeMiddle EnglishnounA halo or nimbus worn by saints.rare
HeadweardiademeMiddle EnglishnounA diadem worn by the inhabitants of Heaven.rare
HeadwearJapanesecharacterHyōgai kanji no-gloss uncommon
HeadwearJapanesenounhairpiece
HealthBethleemMiddle EnglishnameBethlehem (a city in Palestine)
HealthBethleemMiddle EnglishnameBethlem Royal Hospitalrare
Healthcare occupationsclinicianEnglishnounAny healthcare practitioner working at the point of care, in clinical practice (e.g., physicians in clinical medicine, nurses in nursing practice, or allied health providers in practice).
Healthcare occupationsclinicianEnglishnounSomeone who conducts a clinic; an expert or skilled practitioner in a particular field, such as business or education. In this sense, a clinician is someone who provides practical advice or hands-on assistance to others in a specific area of expertise. For example, a business clinician might be an experienced consultant who helps companies improve their operations, while an education clinician might be a skilled teacher who provides professional development and support to other educators.US
Hemp family plantshackberryEnglishnounAny of several deciduous trees of the genus Celtis, widespread over the Northern Hemisphere, having small fruit.countable uncountable
Hemp family plantshackberryEnglishnounThe fruit of these plants.countable uncountable
Hemp family plantshackberryEnglishnounThe wood of these plants.uncountable
Hemp family plantshackberryEnglishnounPrunus padus, a species of cherry tree, of Eurasia, or its berry.countable uncountable
HidesVälLimburgishnounskin, hideneuter
HidesVälLimburgishnounepidermisneuter
HidesVälLimburgishnounfur, peltneuter
HidesVälLimburgishnounpeel (outer layer of a fruit)neuter
HidesVälLimburgishnounmembrane, e.g. forming on boiling milk.neuter
HidesbearskinEnglishnounThe pelt of a bear, especially when used as a rug.countable uncountable
HidesbearskinEnglishnounA tall ceremonial hat worn by members of some British regiments for ceremonial occasions; a busby.countable
HidesbearskinEnglishnounA coarse, shaggy, woollen cloth for overcoats.countable dated uncountable
HidesskórkaPolishnounDiminutive of skóradiminutive feminine form-of
HidesskórkaPolishnounskin, rind, peel, crustfeminine
HidesskórkaPolishnounhangnailfeminine
HidesskórkaPolishnounskin (alternate appearance for a model in a video game)video-gamesfeminine
Hindu deitiesธนบดีThainounrich person; wealthy person; capitalist; proprietor.formal
Hindu deitiesธนบดีThainamean epithet of the god Indra.Buddhism lifestyle religionHinduism
Hindu deitiesธนบดีThainamean epithet of the god Kubera.Buddhism lifestyle religionHinduism
HistoryOgiyanYorubanamethe legendary founder of the town of Ejigbo. He was deified as an orisha upon his demise, and is worshipped as the orisha of fertility and newly harvested yam. He is closely associated with purity and Ọbàtálá.
HistoryOgiyanYorubanamethe title of the traditional ruler of the town of Èjìgbò.
History임진왜란KoreannameThe Japanese invasion of Korea from 1592 to 1598, one of the largest wars of the sixteenth centurySouth-Korea historical
History임진왜란KoreannameMore specifically, the first phase of this war that began with a major Japanese offensive in 1592South-Korea historical
Home appliancespiecuchPolishnouna cold-sensitive, warmth-seeking personcolloquial masculine person
Home appliancespiecuchPolishnouna lazy, comfort-seeking homebodycolloquial masculine person
Home appliancespiecuchPolishnounovendialectal inanimate masculine
Home appliancespiecuchPolishnouna species of pigeonanimal-not-person dialectal masculine
Home appliancesкотлонBulgariannouncooktop, stovetop, hob (base for placing pots or pans on a cooking stove)
Home appliancesкотлонBulgariannounhotplate
Hominids能人Chinesenounable or capable person
Hominids能人ChinesenounHomo habilisanthropology biology history human-sciences natural-sciences paleontology sciences
Horse colorsclaybankEnglishnounA dun-coloured horse.
Horse colorsclaybankEnglishnounDun; brownish-yellow.
Horse tacksedulkaLatviannoungenitive singular of sedulksdialectal form-of genitive masculine singular
Horse tacksedulkaLatviannounharness saddle (part of a harness, placed on a horse's back to hold a shaft)declension-4 feminine
Horsefliesdeer flyEnglishnounA louse fly, a species in the family Hippoboscidae (Lipoptena cervi), parasites of elk, deer and other bovine animals, sucking blood and laying eggs in the fur of the host animals, found in Eurasia.
Horsefliesdeer flyEnglishnounA gold- or green-eyed horsefly of the genus Chrysops in the family Tabanidae; pests to cattle, horses and humans, feeding on their blood.
Horsesmột con ngựa đau, cả tàu bỏ cỏVietnamesephrasewhen a single horse falls ill, the whole stable stops eating
Horsesmột con ngựa đau, cả tàu bỏ cỏVietnamesephrasewhen one of us falls, it affects all of usfiguratively
HorsesгнідийUkrainianadjchestnut (of a horse)
HorsesгнідийUkrainiannounchestnut-colored horse
HotelspensionnaireFrenchnounboarder; lodgerby-personal-gender feminine masculine
HotelspensionnaireFrenchnounpensionerby-personal-gender feminine masculine
HotelspensionnaireFrenchnounboarder (someone in a boarding school)by-personal-gender feminine masculine
Human behaviourMephistophelesEnglishnameThe Devil to whom Faust sold his soul in the legend.
Human behaviourMephistophelesEnglishnounA fiendish person, especially one who tricks someone into following a destructive or disastrous course of action; a tempter.
Human behaviourin flagrante delictoEnglishadvIn the act of committing a misdeed.not-comparable
Human behaviourin flagrante delictoEnglishadvWhile performing sexual activity.not-comparable
HummingbirdssunbeamEnglishnounA visible, narrow, and intense (relative to ambient light) ray of sunlight.
HummingbirdssunbeamEnglishnounAn item of cutlery or crockery laid out on a table, but not used, and which can be returned to the drawer without being washed.Australia colloquial dated
HummingbirdssunbeamEnglishnounAny of various lycaenid butterflies of the genus Curetis.
HummingbirdssunbeamEnglishnounAny hummingbird of the genus Aglaeactis.
HummingbirdssunbeamEnglishnounSynonym of sunshine (“ironic form of address to an inferior or troublemaker”)UK
HundredquintalPortuguesenounyard (land with vegetable garden, next to a house)masculine
HundredquintalPortuguesenounsmall farmmasculine
HundredquintalPortuguesenouncourtyardmasculine
HundredquintalPortuguesenounquintal, a nonstandard unit of mass equal to 100 kgmasculine
HundredquintalPortuguesenounquintal, Portuguese hundredweight, a traditional unit of mass usually equivalent to 58.7 kghistorical masculine
HuntinggamecraftEnglishnounSkill in the strategy and tactics of playing a game or games, as opposed to the physical skills of strength, dexterity, accuracy, etc.uncountable
HuntinggamecraftEnglishnounArtistry in the organization and elements used to design a game or storyline.uncountable
HuntinggamecraftEnglishnounSkill and knowledge about hunting and managing game.uncountable
HuntinggamecraftEnglishnounA type of dominance competition practiced by werewolves that focuses on cleverness, wit, and cunning.fantasyuncountable
HuntingĉasadoEsperantonounhunt
HuntingĉasadoEsperantonounhunting (chasing and killing animals for sport or to get food)
HygienebroomEnglishnounA domestic utensil with fibers bound together at the end of a long handle, used for sweeping.countable
HygienebroomEnglishnounAn implement with which players sweep the ice to make a stone travel further and curl less; a sweeper.ball-games curling games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable
HygienebroomEnglishnounAny of several yellow-flowered shrubs of the family Fabaceae, with long, stiff, thin branches and small or few leaves used for the domestic utensil. / especially, of the tribe Genisteae, including genera Cytisus, Genista, and Spartiumcountable uncountable
HygienebroomEnglishnounAny of several yellow-flowered shrubs of the family Fabaceae, with long, stiff, thin branches and small or few leaves used for the domestic utensil. / of plants not closely related to those of tribe Genisteae.countable uncountable
HygienebroomEnglishnounAny of several yellow-flowered shrubs of the family Fabaceae, with long, stiff, thin branches and small or few leaves used for the domestic utensil.countable uncountable
HygienebroomEnglishnounA shotgun.countable rare slang uncountable
HygienebroomEnglishverbTo sweep with a broom.intransitive transitive
HygienebroomEnglishverbTo improve the embedding of a membrane by using a broom or squeegee to smooth it out and ensure contact with the adhesive under the membrane.business construction manufacturing roofing
HygienebroomEnglishverbto get rid of someone, like firing an employee or breaking up with a girlfriend, to sweep another out of one's lifefiguratively
HygienebroomEnglishverbAlternative form of bream (“to clean a ship's bottom”)nautical transportalt-of alternative
HygienebroomEnglishintjAlternative form of brrm (“sound of a car engine”)alt-of alternative
Ice creamstracciatellaEnglishnounan Italian soup made by dribbling a mixture of Parmesan cheese and beaten egg into hot brothcountable uncountable
Ice creamstracciatellaEnglishnouna type of Italian milk-based ice cream with chocolate shavingscountable uncountable
IndividualsMariaItaliannamea female given name, equivalent to English Maryfeminine
IndividualsMariaItaliannameMary; Miriam (biblical figures)feminine
IndividualsMariaItaliannouncannabis, marijuanafeminine informal invariable
IndividualsTryphenaEnglishnameAn early Christian woman mentioned in the Bible.
IndividualsTryphenaEnglishnameA female given name from Ancient Greek of biblical origin.rare
IndividualsalbrechtMiddle Dutchnouna male given namemasculine
IndividualsalbrechtMiddle DutchnounAlbertus Magnusmasculine
InsectsburbuqeAlbaniannounladybugfeminine
InsectsburbuqeAlbaniannounbudfeminine
InsectsladillaSpanishnouncrab lousefeminine
InsectsladillaSpanishadjannoying, pain in the assVenezuela feminine masculine mildly slang vulgar
Insectspiyawa namoYanomamönounCyanocorax violaceus
Insectspiyawa namoYanomamönountwig ant, an ant of the genus Pseudomyrmex
InsectsꦮꦁꦮꦸꦁJavanesenounstag-beetle
InsectsꦮꦁꦮꦸꦁJavaneseadjempty
IslamইজতেমাBengalinounassemblage; convention
IslamইজতেমাBengalinounthe Bishwa Ijtema (an annual Islamic gathering in Bangladesh)
IslandsSugbuCebuanonameCebu City (the capital of Cebu)
IslandsSugbuCebuanonamethe island of Cebu
IslandsSugbuCebuanonamethe province of Cebu
IslandsSugbuCebuanonamethe Rajahnate of Cebuhistorical
Italian minced oathsaccipicchiaItalianintjEuphemistic form of accidenti!; darn!euphemistic form-of
Italian minced oathsaccipicchiaItalianintjwow
ItalyVenetiaanDutchnounA Venetian, an inhabitant or native of Venice.masculine
ItalyVenetiaanDutchnamea surnamemasculine
ItalybèllosCimbriannounItalian (person from Italy)Sette-Comuni masculine
ItalybèllosCimbriannounItalian (language)Sette-Comuni neuter
ItalybèllosCimbrianadjItalian (of, from or relating to Italy)Sette-Comuni not-comparable
Jackfishold wifeEnglishnounAn old woman, later especially one who tells old wives' tales.
Jackfishold wifeEnglishnounAny of various marine fishes : / the alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus)
Jackfishold wifeEnglishnounAny of various marine fishes : / A species of perciform fish endemic to the temperate coastal waters of Australia (Enoplosus armatus)
Jackfishold wifeEnglishnounAny of various marine fishes : / Balistes vetula (Queen triggerfish)
Jackfishold wifeEnglishnounAny of various marine fishes : / Certain spot-tail porgies (Diplodus ascensionis, Diplodus helenae)
Jackfishold wifeEnglishnounAny of various marine fishes : / Spondyliosoma cantharus (black seabream)
Jackfishold wifeEnglishnounAny of various marine fishes : / Trachinotus goodei (great pompano)
Jackfishold wifeEnglishnounAny of various marine fishes : / A wrasse
Jackfishold wifeEnglishnounAny of various marine fishes : / Any of various marine fishes
Jackfishold wifeEnglishnounThe long-tailed duck, Clangula hyemalis.Canada US archaic
Jackfishold wifeEnglishnounA chimney cap to prevent smoking.Scotland
Japanese fictionJapanesesymbolThe number 9 enclosed in a circle, used in enumerating lists.
Japanese fictionJapanesenounThe Touhou character Cirno, known affectionately as an idiot.lifestyleslang
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
JudaismТораRussiannounTorahuncountable
JudaismТораRussiannameaccusative singular of Тор (Tor)accusative form-of singular
JudaismמזוזהHebrewnounA doorpost, a doorjamb: either of the upright posts on either side of a door, which together support a lintel.
JudaismמזוזהHebrewnounA mezuzah: a small scroll containing seven verses from the book of Deuteronomy, which are placed in the upper part of the right-hand doorpost at the entrance to a Jewish home.
JugglingmouthstickEnglishnounA rodlike prop used by jugglers, held between the teeth and primarily used for balancing objects on.
JugglingmouthstickEnglishnounA device allowing a paralysed person to perform various activities using only the mouth.
KachinasKomantsiHopinounA Comanche person.
KachinasKomantsiHopinounA type of Hopi dancer who impersonates a Comanche.
KachinasKomantsiHopinameA kachina.
KaohsiungLujhuEnglishnameA district of Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
KaohsiungLujhuEnglishnameAlternative form of Luzhu (Taoyuan, Taiwan)alt-of alternative
Kitchenwarepotato masherEnglishnounA utensil used to mash potatoes.
Kitchenwarepotato masherEnglishnounA type of stick hand grenade resembling such a utensil.government military politics warslang
KitchenwareraminoItaliannouna copper jug used to transport hot watermasculine
KitchenwareraminoItaliannounmilk skimmermasculine regional
KitchenwareraminoItaliannounrummycard-games gamesmasculine uncountable usually
KitchenwareraminoItalianverbinflection of ramare: / third-person plural present subjunctiveform-of plural present subjunctive third-person
KitchenwareraminoItalianverbinflection of ramare: / third-person plural imperativeform-of imperative plural third-person
KnotsbagaCatalannounubac (shady side of a mountain)feminine
KnotsbagaCatalannouna shady forestfeminine
KnotsbagaCatalannounloopfeminine
KnotsbagaCatalannounringfeminine
LGBThomocultureEnglishnounA form of human eugenics based on promoting desirable qualities rather than eliminating undesirable ones.dated uncountable
LGBThomocultureEnglishnounThe subculture of homosexual people.uncountable
LakesAvernusLatinnameAvernus (lake in Southern Italy)declension-2 masculine singular
LakesAvernusLatinnameThe underworlddeclension-2 masculine singular
LakesΟρεστιάδαGreeknameOrestiada (large town in Evros in Greece)
LakesΟρεστιάδαGreeknameOrestiada (lake in Kastoria in Greece)
Lamiales order plantstūskaLatviannounedemamedicine pathology sciencesdeclension-4 feminine
Lamiales order plantstūskaLatviannounVeronica beccabungadeclension-4 feminine
LandformsfouCatalannouna narrow covearchaic masculine
LandformsfouCatalannouna narrow passage, a ravinemasculine
LandformsfouCatalanverbthird-person singular preterite indicative of serform-of indicative preterite singular third-person
LandformsfouCatalanverbthird-person singular preterite indicative of ésserform-of indicative preterite singular third-person
LandformsmoreneDutchnounmoraine, deposit of rocks formed by a glacierfeminine
LandformsmoreneDutchnounglacially formed landscapefeminine
LandformsresifHaitian Creolenounreef
LandformsresifHaitian Creolenounobstaclefiguratively
LandformsруслоBulgariannounchannel, duct, trough
LandformsруслоBulgariannouncourse of flowbroadly
LandformsतीरSanskritnounbeach, shore
LandformsतीरSanskritnounbank of a water body
LandformsतीरSanskritnounthe brim of a vessel
LandformsतीरSanskritnountin
LandformsतीरSanskritnouna kind of arrow
LandformsJapanesecharacterkanji no-gloss
LandformsJapaneseaffixcliff
LandformsJapanesenounsteep bank, cliff
LandformsJapanesenounsteep slope or incline; collapsed part of a levee or embankmentarchaic obsolete possibly
LandformsJapanesenouna steep area on a mountainside, a cliffarchaic obsolete possibly
LandformsJapanesenamea surname
LanguagesDolganEnglishnounA Turkic people, who inhabit the Taymyria region in the Krasnoyarsk Krai (Красноя́рский край) in Russia.plural plural-only
LanguagesDolganEnglishnameThe language of these people.
LanguagesDolganEnglishnameA surname.
LanguagesEstonjanMalteseadjEstonian
LanguagesEstonjanMaltesenounEstonian (person)masculine
LanguagesEstonjanMaltesenounEstonian (language)
LanguagesHakkaEnglishadjOf or relating to the Hakka (Kejia, 客家 (kèjiā)), an ethnic group of the Han Chinese.not-comparable
LanguagesHakkaEnglishnounA person of Hakka descent.
LanguagesHakkaEnglishnameA Chinese language mainly spoken in the south-eastern part of mainland China (Fujian, Jiangxi, Guangdong and Guangxi), Taiwan, Hong Kong, and by the Chinese minorities in Southeast Asia.
LanguagesMocovíEnglishnounAn indigenous people of the Gran Chaco region of South America.plural plural-only
LanguagesMocovíEnglishnameTheir Guaicuruan language.
LanguagesSeraEnglishnameA language spoken in Papua New Guinea.
LanguagesSeraEnglishnameA female given name from Hebrew, of occasional usage.
LanguagesTangutEnglishnounA Qiangic people of mediaeval northern China.plural plural-only
LanguagesTangutEnglishnounA member of the Tangut people.
LanguagesTangutEnglishnameTheir Tibeto-Burman language.
LanguagesTangutEnglishnameThe logographic script uniquely used to write their language.
LanguagesTangutEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Tangut people, language or script.not-comparable usually
LanguagesTuvaluanEnglishnounA person from Tuvalu or of Tuvaluan descent.
LanguagesTuvaluanEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to Tuvalu, the Tuvaluan people or the Tuvaluan language.not-comparable
LanguagesTuvaluanEnglishnameThe Polynesian language mostly spoken in Tuvalu.
LanguagesassiriCatalanadjAssyrian
LanguagesassiriCatalannounAssyrian (speaker of ancient or modern Assyrian)masculine
LanguagesassiriCatalannounAssyrian (language)masculine uncountable
LanguagesasturianoSpanishadjAsturian
LanguagesasturianoSpanishnounAsturianmasculine
LanguagesasturianoSpanishnounAsturian (language)masculine uncountable
LanguagesfraunceisOld FrenchnounAlternative form of françoisalt-of alternative
LanguagesfraunceisOld FrenchadjAlternative form of françoisalt-of alternative masculine
LanguagesfrixioGalicianadjPhrygian
LanguagesfrixioGaliciannounPhrygian (native or inhabitant of Phrygia)masculine
LanguagesfrixioGaliciannounPhrygian (language)masculine uncountable
LanguagesmaltesiskDanishadjPertaining to Malta, the Maltese people, culture, or language.
LanguagesmaltesiskDanishnounThe Maltese language.
LanguagesnederlandskNorwegian Nynorskadjof the Netherlands; Dutchrelational
LanguagesnederlandskNorwegian NynorsknounDutch (language)masculine uncountable
LanguagesvarhaiskantasuomiFinnishnounThe early Proto-Finnic language.
LanguagesvarhaiskantasuomiFinnishnounThe Proto-Finno-Samic language.
LanguagesαλβανικάGreeknounAlbanian (the language of Albania and its people)
LanguagesαλβανικάGreekadjNominative, accusative and vocative neuter plural form of αλβανικός (alvanikós).
LanguagesмолдавскийRussianadjMoldavian
LanguagesмолдавскийRussiannounMoldavian (language)uncountable
LanguagesчешкиBulgarianadjCzech
LanguagesчешкиBulgariannounCzech (language)uncountable
LanguagesরংপুরীBengaliadjOf or pertaining to Rangpur.
LanguagesরংপুরীBengalinounRangpuri (native or resident of Rangpur)
LanguagesরংপুরীBengalinounRangpuri (language)
LanguagesഅരമായMalayalamnameAramaic language
LanguagesഅരമായMalayalamadjAramaic
LanguagesシサㇺAinunouna Japanese person
LanguagesシサㇺAinunounforeigner, non-Ainu
LanguagesシサㇺAinunameJapan
LanguagesシサㇺAinunameJapanese language
Latin nomina gentiliaCremutiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held bydeclension-2
Latin nomina gentiliaCremutiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Aulus Cremutius Cordus, a Roman historiandeclension-2
Latin nomina gentiliaIalliusLatinnamea 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 gentiliaIalliusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Marcus Iallius Bassus, a Roman senator and generaldeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaVarisidiusLatinnamea 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 gentiliaVarisidiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Marcus Varisidius, a Roman equesdeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin ordinal numbersvicesimusLatinnumtwentiethdeclension-1 declension-2 numeral
Latin ordinal numbersvicesimusLatinnumone-twentiethdeclension-1 declension-2 numeral
LaundrycoladaSpanishnounlaundry, washing (washed clothes)feminine
LaundrycoladaSpanishnounlaundry, washing (dirty clothes)feminine
LaundrycoladaSpanishnounlava flowfeminine
LaundrycoladaSpanishadjfeminine singular of coladofeminine form-of singular
LaundrycoladaSpanishverbfeminine singular of coladofeminine form-of participle singular
LaundrydryerEnglishnounOne who, or that which, dries; a desiccative.
LaundrydryerEnglishnounA household appliance that removes the water from clothing by accelerating evaporation, usually though heat and a tumbling motion.
LaundrydryerEnglishnounAn electric hair dryer.
LaundrydryerEnglishnounAny other device or facility, household or industrial, designed to remove water or humidity.
LaundrydryerEnglishnounA catalyst used to promote the drying of paints and varnishes by oxidative crosslinking.
LaundrydryerEnglishadjcomparative form of dry: more dryUS comparative form-of
LawdligheScottish Gaelicnounlaw, ordinancefeminine
LawdligheScottish Gaelicnoundutyfeminine
LawdligheScottish Gaelicnoundue, title, rightfeminine
LawdligheScottish Gaelicnountribute, customfeminine
LawdligheScottish Gaelicnounperquisitefeminine
LawdligheScottish Gaelicnounpropertyfeminine
LeadersруководствоRussiannounguidance, instruction, direction
LeadersруководствоRussiannounleadership (a group of leaders)
LeadersруководствоRussiannountextbook, guide
LeatherworkingrawhideEnglishnounUntanned hide.countable uncountable
LeatherworkingrawhideEnglishnounA whip made from twisted untanned leather.countable
LeatherworkingrawhideEnglishverbTo clear (a pump) of sediment by starting and stopping it repeatedly.transitive
LeatherworkingrawhideEnglishverbTo beat with a rawhide whip.transitive
LegumesjudíaSpanishnoungreen beanSpain feminine
LegumesjudíaSpanishnounbean, bean seedSpain feminine
LegumesjudíaSpanishnounbean plantSpain feminine
LegumesjudíaSpanishnounfemale equivalent of judío; Jewish womanfeminine form-of
LegumesjudíaSpanishadjfeminine singular of judíofeminine form-of singular
LeptonselectronEnglishnounThe subatomic particle having a negative charge and orbiting the nucleus; the flow of electrons in a conductor constitutes electricity.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
LeptonselectronEnglishnounAlloys of magnesium and other metals, like aluminum or zinc, that were manufactured by the German company Chemische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesobsolete
LichensleproseEnglishadjSynonym of leprous, afflicted with leprosy.medicine sciences
LichensleproseEnglishadjSynonym of scaly or lepidote, particularly describing lichens with a granular or powdery thallus.biology botany natural-sciences
LightshadowEnglishnounA dark image projected onto a surface where light (or other radiation) is blocked by the shade of an object.countable uncountable
LightshadowEnglishnounRelative darkness, especially as caused by the interruption of light; gloom; obscurity.countable uncountable
LightshadowEnglishnounAn area protected by an obstacle (likened to an object blocking out sunlight).countable uncountable
LightshadowEnglishnounA reflected image, as in a mirror or in water.countable obsolete poetic uncountable
LightshadowEnglishnounThat which looms as though a shadow.countable figuratively uncountable
LightshadowEnglishnounA small degree; a shade.countable uncountable
LightshadowEnglishnounAn imperfect and faint representation.countable uncountable
LightshadowEnglishnounA trainee, assigned to work with an experienced officer.government law-enforcementUK countable uncountable
LightshadowEnglishnounOne who secretly or furtively follows another.countable uncountable
LightshadowEnglishnounAn inseparable companion.countable uncountable
LightshadowEnglishnounA drop shadow effect applied to lettering in word processors etc.media publishing typographycountable uncountable
LightshadowEnglishnounAn influence, especially a pervasive or a negative one.countable uncountable
LightshadowEnglishnounA spirit; a ghost; a shade.countable uncountable
LightshadowEnglishnounAn uninvited guest accompanying one who was invited.Latinism countable obsolete uncountable
LightshadowEnglishnounAn unconscious aspect of the personality.countable uncountable
LightshadowEnglishverbTo shade, cloud, or darken.transitive
LightshadowEnglishverbTo block light or radio transmission from.transitive
LightshadowEnglishverbTo secretly or discreetly track or follow another, to keep under surveillance.
LightshadowEnglishverbTo represent faintly and imperfectly.transitive
LightshadowEnglishverbTo hide; to conceal.transitive
LightshadowEnglishverbTo accompany (a professional) during the working day, so as to learn about an occupation one intends to take up.transitive
LightshadowEnglishverbTo make (an identifier, usually a variable) inaccessible by declaring another of the same name within the scope of the first.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencestransitive
LightshadowEnglishverbTo apply the shadowing process to (the contents of ROM).computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
LightshadowEnglishadjUnofficial, informal, unauthorized, but acting as though it were.
LightshadowEnglishadjHaving power or influence, but not widely known or recognized.
LightshadowEnglishadjActing in a leadership role before being formally recognized.government politics
LightshadowEnglishadjPart of, or related to, the opposition in government.government politicsAustralia
LightзракMacedoniannouna ray, beam
LightзракMacedoniannounvision, sight, eyesightregional
Light sourcesaplikaPolishnouna mounted candlestick with a metal disc or mirror attachedarchitecturefeminine
Light sourcesaplikaPolishnounappliqueart artsfeminine
Lily family plantsalcatrazSpanishnoungannet (bird)masculine
Lily family plantsalcatrazSpanishnounroll of paper, paper cone, cornetmasculine
Lily family plantsalcatrazSpanishnounarum (Arum spp.)masculine
Lily family plantsalcatrazSpanishnounlilymasculine
Lily family plantsalcatrazSpanishnouncalla lilyMexico masculine
Limenitidine butterfliessailorEnglishnounA person in the business of navigating ships or other vessels
Limenitidine butterfliessailorEnglishnounSomeone knowledgeable in the practical management of ships.
Limenitidine butterfliessailorEnglishnounA member of the crew of a vessel; a mariner; a common seaman.
Limenitidine butterfliessailorEnglishnounA person who sails sailing boats as a sport or recreation.
Limenitidine butterfliessailorEnglishnounAny of various nymphalid butterflies of the genera Neptis, Pseudoneptis and Phaedyma, having white markings on a dark base and commonly flying by gliding.
Linguistic morphologyқосымшаKazakhadjadditive
Linguistic morphologyқосымшаKazakhnounaddition
Linguistic morphologyқосымшаKazakhnounaffix
Linguistic morphologyқосымшаKazakhnounapplication, appcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
LinguisticslingüisticaOccitannounlinguisticsfeminine
LinguisticslingüisticaOccitanadjfeminine singular of lingüisticfeminine form-of singular
LiquidsconcentratedEnglishadjNot dilute; having a high concentration.
LiquidsconcentratedEnglishadjIntense; directed towards a specific location.
LiquidsconcentratedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of concentrateform-of participle past
LiquidsdieselPolishnoundiesel (fuel)automotive transport vehiclesinanimate masculine
LiquidsdieselPolishnoundiesel (vehicle)automotive transport vehiclesinanimate masculine
LiquidsnurtPolishnouncurrent (the part of a liquid that moves continuously in a certain direction)inanimate masculine
LiquidsnurtPolishnouncurrent, trend (tendency)inanimate masculine
LiquidsnurtPolishnouncourse (of events)inanimate masculine
LiquidsnurtPolishnounschool (group of people who belong to a certain ideology)inanimate masculine
LiquidsquenchenMiddle EnglishverbTo quench (put out; eliminate)
LiquidsquenchenMiddle EnglishverbTo spray or douse with water or another liquid.
LiquidsquenchenMiddle EnglishverbTo alleviate; to restrain.
LiquidsquenchenMiddle EnglishverbTo quench (fulfil one's desire)
LiquidsquenchenMiddle EnglishverbTo modify mercury to make it usable in recipes.medicine sciences
LiquidsstifMiddle EnglishadjStiff, firm, hard; difficult to move or manipulate.
LiquidsstifMiddle EnglishadjStrong, fixed, hardy well-built; constructed as to last.
LiquidsstifMiddle EnglishadjHaving strong resolve; unyielding or strong-minded.
LiquidsstifMiddle EnglishadjDaring, audacious, valiant, boastful.
LiquidsstifMiddle EnglishadjHaving great strength, might or ability; mightful.
LiquidsstifMiddle EnglishadjHaving great force or potence; forceful.
LiquidsstifMiddle EnglishadjBloody, injurious, wounding; causing injury or challenge.
LiquidsstifMiddle EnglishadjRunny; having a high viscosity.rare
LiquidsstifMiddle EnglishadjRough; not smooth to the touch.rare
LiquidsstifMiddle EnglishadvStiffly, firmly, unmoveably; in a way that is difficult to move or manipulate.
LiquidsstifMiddle EnglishadvWith strong resolve; unyieldingly or strong-mindedly.
LiquidsstifMiddle EnglishadvBloodily, injuriously, woundingly; in a way causing injury or challenge.
LiquidsstifMiddle EnglishadvDaringly, bravely, forcefully, totally.rare
LiteratureEji OgbeYorubanameThe principal sign of the Ifa divination system.
LiteratureEji OgbeYorubanameThe first and most important chapter of the Odù Ifá, it is the first of sixteen chapters in the Ogbè category (àpólà), and the first of the ojú odù
LiteratureOgbeturaYorubanameThe twenty-eighth sign of the Ifa divination system, it is one of the signs of the ọmọ odù; the 240 minor signs
LiteratureOgbeturaYorubanameThe twenty-eighth chapter of the Odù Ifá corpus. It is one of the sixteen chapters in the Ogbè category (àpólà) and one of the 240 minor chapters, or àmúlù of the Odù Ifá.
LiteratureOgbeturaYorubanameThe spirit associated with this chapter
LondonJubileeEnglishnameA London Underground line which runs between Stratford in East London and Stanmore in northwest London, via the London Docklands, South Bank, and West End.rail-transport railways transport
LondonJubileeEnglishnounAlternative letter-case form of jubilee (“(Jewish history) special year of emancipation supposed to be observed every fifty years; (Roman Catholicism) special year in which plenary indulgences and remission from sin can be granted”)alt-of
Louisiana, USALouisianianEnglishadjFrom, or pertaining to, the state of Louisiana in the United States of America.not-comparable
Louisiana, USALouisianianEnglishnounSomeone from, or pertaining to, Louisiana.
LoveFreundschaftGermannounfriendshipfeminine
LoveFreundschaftGermannounrelations, relativesfeminine
LovemīlētLatvianverbto love, to feel love for (to desire a romantic relation with someone, to be romantically attracted to someone)transitive
LovemīlētLatvianverbto love, to feel love for (to have strong positive, non-romantic feelings for someone)transitive
MachinesclutchEnglishverbTo seize, as though with claws.
MachinesclutchEnglishverbTo grip or grasp tightly.
MachinesclutchEnglishverbTo win despite being the only remaining player on one's team, against several opponents.video-games
MachinesclutchEnglishverbTo unexpectedly or luckily succeed in a difficult activity.video-gamesbroadly
MachinesclutchEnglishnounThe claw of a predatory animal or bird.
MachinesclutchEnglishnounA grip, especially one seen as rapacious or evil.broadly
MachinesclutchEnglishnounA device to interrupt power transmission, commonly used to separate the engine and gearbox in a car.
MachinesclutchEnglishnounThe pedal in a car that disengages power and torque transmission from the engine (through the drivetrain) to the drive wheels.
MachinesclutchEnglishnounAny device for gripping an object, as at the end of a chain or tackle.
MachinesclutchEnglishnounA fastener that attaches to the back of a tack pin to secure an accessory to clothing. (See Clutch (pin fastener).)
MachinesclutchEnglishnounA small handbag or purse with no straps or handle.
MachinesclutchEnglishnounAn important or critical situation.US
MachinesclutchEnglishnounA difficult maneuver.
MachinesclutchEnglishadjPerforming or tending to perform well in difficult, high-pressure situations.Canada US
MachinesclutchEnglishnounA brood of chickens or a sitting of eggs.collective
MachinesclutchEnglishnounA group or bunch (of people or things).collective
MachinesclutchEnglishverbTo hatch.transitive
MachinesmoldingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of moldform-of gerund participle present
MachinesmoldingEnglishnounThe act or process of shaping in or on a mold, or of making molds; the art or occupation of a molder.US countable uncountable
MachinesmoldingEnglishnounAnything cast in a mold, or which appears to be so, as grooved or ornamental bars of wood or metal.US countable uncountable
MachinesmoldingEnglishnounA plane, or curved, narrow surface, either sunk or projecting, used for decoration by means of the lights and shades upon its surface and to conceal joints, especially between unlike materials.architectureUS countable uncountable
MachinesmoldingEnglishnounA planing machine for making moldings.US countable uncountable
MachinesmoldingEnglishnounA machine to assist in making molds for castings.US countable uncountable
MachinesmoldingEnglishnounA mill for shaping timber.US countable uncountable
MachinesmoldingEnglishnounA kind of sand containing clay, used in making molds.US countable uncountable
Magicகாட்சிTamilnounsight, view
Magicகாட்சிTamilnounappearance, form
Magicகாட்சிTamilnounscenery
Magicகாட்சிTamilnounvision, clairvoyance
Magicகாட்சிTamilnoundoctrine, scripture
MaleFranzoseGermannounFrenchman (person of French birth or nationality)masculine weak
MaleFranzoseGermannounA French carmasculine weak
MaleFranzoseGermannounmonkey wrenchcolloquial masculine weak
Male孝子Chinesenounfilial son
Male孝子Chinesenounson in mourning
Male孝子Chinesenoununfilial sonironic slang
Male孝子Chinesenounlackey; stanInternet derogatory often
Male childrenłobuziakPolishnounDiminutive of łobuz (“scoundrel”)diminutive form-of masculine person
Male childrenłobuziakPolishnounDiminutive of łobuz (“scamp”)diminutive form-of masculine person
Male family membersbabaMarshallesenounfather
Male family membersbabaMarshallesenoundaddy
Male family membersgeneroItaliannounson-in-lawmasculine
Male family membersgeneroItalianverbfirst-person singular present indicative of generarefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
Male family membersnepotRomaniannoungrandsonmasculine
Male family membersnepotRomaniannounnephewmasculine
Male family membersnepotRomaniannoundescendantmasculine
Male family membersмужBelarusiannounhusband
Male family membersмужBelarusiannounmandated
Male family membersਪਰਾਹੁਣਾPunjabinounguest, visitor
Male family membersਪਰਾਹੁਣਾPunjabinounson-in-lawdialectal
Male family membersਪਰਾਹੁਣਾPunjabinounhusbanddialectal
Male family membersბაბაLaznounfather
Male family membersბაბაLaznounleg of a chair
Male peoplechujPolishnoundick, cock, prick, penisanimal-not-person masculine vulgar
Male peoplechujPolishnounnothing, zilch, fuck allanimal-not-person masculine vulgar
Male peoplechujPolishnouna stupid or evil personanimal-not-person masculine vulgar
Male peoplechujPolishnounany personanimal-not-person masculine vulgar
Male peoplechujPolishnoundick, fucker, bastard; term of abuse for menmasculine offensive person vulgar
Male peoplefiutPolishnounprick, dick, cock, penisanimal-not-person masculine vulgar
Male peoplefiutPolishnounprick, dick (unpleasant man)animal-not-person masculine vulgar
Male peoplefiutPolishintjused to describe a situation where something has quickly ended or passed awaydated
Male peopleinformatorPolishnouninformant, informermasculine person
Male peopleinformatorPolishnounprospectus, brochureinanimate masculine
Male peoplekochanyPolishnounloved one, loveendearing masculine noun-from-verb person
Male peoplekochanyPolishnounpatronizing term of address for someone irritatingmasculine noun-from-verb person sarcastic
Male peoplekochanyPolishverbpassive adjectival participle of kochaćadjectival form-of participle passive
Male peoplenadawcaPolishnounsendermasculine person
Male peoplenadawcaPolishnounbroadcastermasculine person
Male peopleniemyPolishadjmute, dumb (unable to speak)not-comparable
Male peopleniemyPolishadjsilent, soundlesshuman-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciencesnot-comparable
Male peopleniemyPolishnounmute personmasculine noun-from-verb person
Male peoplepaLouisiana Creolenounstep, (a) pace, (a) footstep
Male peoplepaLouisiana Creolenounfather, (a) dad
Male peoplepaLouisiana CreoleadvMost common adverb of negation in Louisiana Creole, typically translating into English as not, don't, doesn't, etc.
Male peoplepešakSerbo-Croatiannounpawnboard-games chess games
Male peoplepešakSerbo-Croatiannounpedestrian
Male peoplepešakSerbo-Croatiannouninfantry soldiergovernment military politics war
Male peopleskrzydłowyPolishnounwingman (pilot partner)masculine person
Male peopleskrzydłowyPolishnounwingman (friend that assists in a pickup, e.g. flirting)masculine person slang
Male peopleskrzydłowyPolishnounwinger; a player that plays on the side of the pitchhobbies lifestyle sportsmasculine person
Male peopleskrzydłowyPolishadjwingnot-comparable relational
Male peopleskrzydłowyPolishadjflankgovernment military politics warnot-comparable relational
Male peopleskrzydłowyPolishadjon the side of the pitchhobbies lifestyle sportsnot-comparable
Male peopleszeregowyPolishadjin seriesnot-comparable
Male peopleszeregowyPolishnounprivate (lowest rank in the army)masculine noun-from-verb person
Male peopleszeregowyPolishnounprivate (lowest rank in the army) / private (soldier of this rank)masculine noun-from-verb person
Male peopleżniwiarzPolishnounreapermasculine person
Male peopleżniwiarzPolishnounharvester (male person who gathers the harvest)masculine person
Male peopleпереводчикRussiannountranslator
Male peopleпереводчикRussiannouninterpreter
Malpighiales order plantsJapanesecharacterthe violetJinmeiyō kanji
Malpighiales order plantsJapanesenouna flowering plant of the family Violaceae
Malpighiales order plantsJapanesenouna viola (any of several flowering plants of the genus Viola)
Malpighiales order plantsJapanesenouna Viola mandshurica
Malpighiales order plantsJapanesenamea female given name
Malvales order plantsἄχνηAncient Greeknounanything that comes off the surface / foam, froth of the sea or of the river
Malvales order plantsἄχνηAncient Greeknounanything that comes off the surface / froth of wine
Malvales order plantsἄχνηAncient Greeknounanything that comes off the surface / exudation
Malvales order plantsἄχνηAncient Greeknounanything that comes off the surface / dew
Malvales order plantsἄχνηAncient Greeknounanything that comes off the surface / stone in the urinemedicine sciences
Malvales order plantsἄχνηAncient Greeknounanything that comes off the surface / chaff
Malvales order plantsἄχνηAncient Greeknounanything that comes off the surface / embers that form the smoke
Malvales order plantsἄχνηAncient Greeknounanything that comes off the surface / metal dust, filing
Malvales order plantsἄχνηAncient Greeknounanything that comes off the surface / fluff on plants and fruits
Malvales order plantsἄχνηAncient Greeknounanything that comes off the surface / finespun fabrics
Malvales order plantsἄχνηAncient Greeknounanything that comes off the surface / flakes, shreds used for lint
Malvales order plantsἄχνηAncient Greeknounanything that comes off the surface / morsel, the least bit
Malvales order plantsἄχνηAncient Greeknounanything that comes off the surface / flax-leaved daphne (Daphne gnidium)
MammalscalfMiddle Englishnouncalf (cow that has not fully matured)
MammalscalfMiddle EnglishnounA representation of a calf; something that looks like a calf.
MammalscalfMiddle Englishnounfawn (deer that has not fully matured)
MammalscalfMiddle EnglishnounVeal; the meat of calves.rare
MammalscalfMiddle Englishnouncalf (part of the leg).
MammalsمیشPersiannounsheeparchaic
MammalsمیشPersiannounewe
MarriagebetrothEnglishverbTo promise to give in marriage.
MarriagebetrothEnglishverbTo promise to take (as a future spouse); to plight one's troth to.
Marriagefare il gran passoItalianverbto make a big step or an important decision
Marriagefare il gran passoItalianverbto get marriedhumorous
Marriagefare il gran passoItalianverbto dieeuphemistic rare
Marriage下堂Chineseverbto exit a palace building or other similar structurearchaic
Marriage下堂Chineseverbto be divorced by her husbandarchaic
Marriage下堂Chineseverbto finish classHakka Jin Mandarin Min Northern dialectal
Martial artsSamboEnglishnounA black person, especially one who is accommodating or servile towards whites; an Uncle Tom.derogatory
Martial artsSamboEnglishnounA person of three quarters African descent and one quarter Caucasian descent.obsolete offensive
Martial artsSamboEnglishnameA nickname from the given name Samuel.
Martial artsSamboEnglishnameA nickname from the given name Samantha.
MasonrypointingEnglishnounThe action of the verb to point.countable uncountable
MasonrypointingEnglishnounThe filling of joints in brickwork or masonry with mortar.countable uncountable
MasonrypointingEnglishnounMortar that has been placed between bricks to fill the gap.collective countable proscribed singular sometimes uncountable usually
MasonrypointingEnglishnounThe act or art of punctuating; punctuation.countable uncountable
MasonrypointingEnglishnounThe rubbing off of the point of the wheat grain in the first process of high milling.countable uncountable
MasonrypointingEnglishnounThe act or process of measuring, at the various distances from the surface of a block of marble, the surface of a future piece of statuary; also, a process used in cutting the statue from the artist's model.art artscountable uncountable
MasonrypointingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of pointform-of gerund participle present
MaterialsoczeretPolishnounbulrush, clubrush, tule (any sedge of the genus Schoenoplectus)inanimate masculine
MaterialsoczeretPolishnounbulrush, clubrush, tule (hollow stem of these plants used as a material for making furniture and mats)inanimate masculine
MaterialsoczeretPolishnouncane brake, reed bed (reed thickets)biology ecology natural-sciencesinanimate masculine plural-normally
MathematicsapotemaPolishnounapothem (the perpendicular distance from the center of a circle to a chord of the same circle)geometry mathematics sciencesfeminine
MathematicsapotemaPolishnounapothem (the distance from the center of a regular polygon perpendicular to one of its sides (a special case of the above))geometry mathematics sciencesfeminine
MathematicsrimcræftigaOld Englishnounmathematician
MathematicsrimcræftigaOld Englishnounsomeone skilled at math
MattermętyPolishnounsmall particles that reduce the transparency of a liquid or cause it to become turbid; scum; dregs; sedimentsplural
MattermętyPolishnoundregs (of society), riffraff, rabbleplural
MealsdobrotaCzechnoungoodness (of people)feminine
MealsdobrotaCzechnoungood mealfeminine in-plural often
MealsśniadaniePolishnounverbal noun of śniadaćform-of neuter noun-from-verb uncountable
MealsśniadaniePolishnounbreakfast (first meal of the day)countable neuter
MeatsinyamaZulunounmeat, flesh
MeatsinyamaZulunounskin (of a human)
MeatskasimTagalognounpork shoulder
MeatskasimTagalognounsour taste of food that is about to become spoiled
Medical equipmentpleisterDutchnounplaster, sticking plaster, band-aidfeminine
Medical equipmentpleisterDutchnounplaster (lime mixture)neuter uncountable
Medical equipmentpleisterDutchverbinflection of pleisteren: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / first-person singular present indicativefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
Medical equipmentpleisterDutchverbinflection of pleisteren: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / imperativeform-of imperative
Medical signs and symptomsподутинаBulgariannounswelling
Medical signs and symptomsподутинаBulgariannounedema, tumefaction (both as a result of injury or as a medical sign for some disease)
MedicinehemofílicoSpanishadjhaemophilic
MedicinehemofílicoSpanishnounhaemophiliacmasculine
MedicinematuratifMiddle Englishnounsuppurative (medicine causing discharging of pus)medicine sciences
MedicinematuratifMiddle EnglishadjCausing discharging of pus.medicine sciences
MedicinematuratifMiddle EnglishadjCurrently discharging pus; suppurative.medicine sciencesrare
MedicinepūšļotājsLatviannounmedicasterdeclension-1 masculine
MedicinepūšļotājsLatviannounmedicine mandeclension-1 masculine
Medicine開方Chineseverbto extract a rootarithmeticverb-object
Medicine開方Chineseverbto write a prescriptionverb-object
Medicine開方Chinesenamea minion of Duke Huan of Qi, sometimes identified as Duke Wen of Wei
MelanesiapapuanoSpanishadjPapua New Guinean (of or relating to Papua New Guinea)
MelanesiapapuanoSpanishnounPapua New Guinean (native or resident of Papua New Guinea)masculine
MetalsbééshNavajonounflint
MetalsbééshNavajonouniron
MetalsbééshNavajonounmetal
MetalsbééshNavajonounknife, blade, bayonet
MetalsbééshNavajonounbadge
MetalsbééshNavajonounapparatus
MetalsbééshNavajonouncensus number, numeric codebroadly
MetalssudrabsLatviannounsilver (precious metal; chemical element, with atomic number 47.)declension-1 masculine
MetalssudrabsLatviannounpure, clear, cleanadjectival declension-1 genitive masculine
MexicoonzaSpanishnounEnglish or American ounce (a unit of mass equivalent to 28.35 g or 31.1 g)feminine
MexicoonzaSpanishnounClipping of onza líquida, the English or American fluid ounce (a unit of liquid volume equivalent to 28.4 or 29.6 mL)abbreviation alt-of clipping feminine
MexicoonzaSpanishnounonza, Spanish ounce (a traditional unit of mass equivalent to about 28.76 g)feminine historical
MexicoonzaSpanishnounounce (any large wild feline)dated feminine
MexicoonzaSpanishnounSynonym of leopardo de las nievesfeminine
MexicoonzaSpanishnounonza (a cryptid feline in Mexican folklore)Mexico feminine
MicrosoftGatesianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Henry Louis Gates (born 1950), American critic and scholar, or his theories or writings.
MicrosoftGatesianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Bill Gates (born 1955), American businessman and co-founder of Microsoft Corporation.
MilitaryD-dagenNorwegian BokmålnameD-Day (the 6 June 1944, the date during World War II when the Allies invaded western Europe.)historical
MilitaryD-dagenNorwegian Bokmålnoundefinite singular of D-dagdefinite form-of masculine singular
Military ranks步兵Chinesenouninfantry; infantryman; foot soldier
Military ranks步兵Chinesenoununcensored pornographyslang
Military ranks步兵Chinesenounfood courier delivering on foot (instead of using motorcycles or bicycles)Hong-Kong
MilkդալArmeniannouncolostrum, beestings
MilkդալArmeniannouna food made of cooked colostrum
MineralsגירHebrewnounlime, calcite; chalkuncountable
MineralsגירHebrewnouna piece (stick) of chalkcountable
MineralsגירHebrewverbdefective spelling of גיירalt-of construction-pi'el misspelling
MonarchybrenhinesWelshnounqueen, monarch, sovereignfeminine
MonarchybrenhinesWelshnounqueenboard-games chess gamesfeminine
MonarchybrenhinesWelshnounqueencard-games gamesfeminine
MonarchykuninkaallinenFinnishadjroyal
MonarchykuninkaallinenFinnishnouna royal person
MonarchyleroojMarshallesenouna daughter of a queen
MonarchyleroojMarshallesenouna high chieftess
MonarchyleroojMarshallesenouna queen
MonarchyreignEnglishnounThe exercise of sovereign power.
MonarchyreignEnglishnounThe period during which a monarch rules.
MonarchyreignEnglishnounThe territory or sphere over which a kingdom; empire; realm; dominion, etc. is ruled.
MonarchyreignEnglishverbTo exercise sovereign power, to rule as a monarch.intransitive
MonarchyreignEnglishverbTo reign over (a country)nonstandard rare transitive
MonarchyreignEnglishverbTo be the winner of the most recent iteration of a competition.
MonarchyreignEnglishverbTo be a dominant quality of a place or situation; to prevail, predominate, rule.
Monarchyวังหน้าThainounofficial residence of an heir to the throne.historical
Monarchyวังหน้าThainounheir to the throne.colloquial historical sometimes
MoneygredyMiddle EnglishadjEnvious, greedy; lusting after wealth or lucre; displaying avarice or greed.
MoneygredyMiddle EnglishadjVoracious, insatiable, tending to overeat or excessively eat (used of people and beasts)
MoneygredyMiddle EnglishadjOverexcited; excessively eager or willing; displaying impulsiveness.
MoneygredyMiddle EnglishadjStarving, hungry; requiring or necessitating nutrition.rare
MoneypaureOccitanadjpoor (lacking resources)Provençal masculine
MoneypaureOccitanadjpoor (wretched; miserable)Provençal masculine
MoneypaureOccitannounpoor personProvençal masculine
MoneyเหรียญThainouncoin.
MoneyเหรียญThainoundollar.dated
MoneyเหรียญThainounmedal.
MoneyเหรียญThaiclassifierClassifier for coins, dollars, medals, etc.
MonotremesbunningEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of bunform-of gerund participle present
MonotremesbunningEnglishnounThe echidna.
MonthsmesiacSlovaknouna moon, a satellite of a planetinanimate masculine
MonthsmesiacSlovaknouna monthinanimate masculine
MoonsมาThainounmoon.poetic
MoonsมาThaiverbto move or come (towards the speaker's direction); to arrive.
MoonsมาThaiadvused to indicate motion towards the speaker's direction.
MoonsมาThaiadvused to indicate motion that still continues or that continues up to a certain point of time.
Moons of JupiterEuropaSwedishnameEurope, the westernmost part of the Eurasian continent, north of Africa and west of Asianeuter
Moons of JupiterEuropaSwedishnameEuropa (goddess)common-gender
Moons of JupiterEuropaSwedishnameEuropa, a moon of Jupitercommon-gender
Moons of PlutoCharonTurkishnameAlternative spelling of Haronhuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek alt-of alternative
Moons of PlutoCharonTurkishnameCharonastronomy natural-sciences
MotorcyclesinteryorCebuanoadjinterior; within any limits, enclosure, or substance; inside
MotorcyclesinteryorCebuanonounthe inside of a building, container, cavern, or other enclosed structure
MotorcyclesinteryorCebuanonounthe inner tube; the tire interior
Municipalities of ItalyTainoEnglishnounA member of a group of pre-Columbian indigenous inhabitants of the Bahamas, Greater Antilles, and some of the Lesser Antilles.
Municipalities of ItalyTainoEnglishnameTheir Arawakan language, now extinct.
Municipalities of ItalyTainoEnglishnameA municipality in Lombardy, Italy.
MurderdescendreFrenchverbto go downintransitive
MurderdescendreFrenchverbto descendintransitive transitive
MurderdescendreFrenchverbto put down; disparagetransitive
MurderdescendreFrenchverbto kill (someone)slang transitive
MurderdescendreFrenchverbto stay (in a hotel or other temporary lodging)intransitive
Muridswater ratEnglishnounAny of various aquatic or semi-aquatic rodents from Florida and southern Georgia, especially Neofiber alleni; the muskrat.US
Muridswater ratEnglishnounA water mouse, especially, the rakali, Hydromys chrysogaster.Australia
Muridswater ratEnglishnounA European water vole (Arvicola amphibius, formerly Arvicola terrestris).informal
Muridswater ratEnglishnounA petty thief or waterfront ruffian.US slang
Muridswater ratEnglishnounA person fond of water sports.slang
Muridswater ratEnglishnounA member of the water police.Australia slang
MuscicapidsrubythroatEnglishnounAny of several species of birds, the males having a brilliant patch of metallic red on the throat. / A ruby-throated hummingbird (Archilochus colubris).
MuscicapidsrubythroatEnglishnounAny of several species of birds, the males having a brilliant patch of metallic red on the throat. / A Siberian rubythroat (Calliope calliope) or white-tailed rubythroat (Calliope pectoralis),of genus Calliope (syn. Luscinia).
MuscicapidsrubythroatEnglishnounAny of several species of birds, the males having a brilliant patch of metallic red on the throat. / A ruby-throated bulbul (Rubigula dispar, syn. Pycnonotus dispar).
MusicgeantraíIrishnounlight, joyful musicfeminine
MusicgeantraíIrishnouncomedic musicfeminine literary
MusicبلوزPersiannounblouse
MusicبلوزPersiannounblues (music)
MustelidsgillEnglishnounA breathing organ of fish and other aquatic animals.
MustelidsgillEnglishnounA gill slit or gill cover.
MustelidsgillEnglishnounOne of the radial folds on the underside of the cap of a mushroom, the surface of which bears the spore-producing organs.biology mycology natural-sciences
MustelidsgillEnglishnounThe fleshy flap that hangs below the beak of a fowl; a wattle.
MustelidsgillEnglishnounThe flesh under or about the chin; a wattle.figuratively
MustelidsgillEnglishnounOne of the combs of closely ranged steel pins which divide the ribbons of flax fiber or wool into fewer parallel filaments.hobbies lifestyle spinning sports
MustelidsgillEnglishverbTo remove the gills from a fish as part of gutting and cleaning it.
MustelidsgillEnglishverbTo catch (a fish) in a gillnet.transitive
MustelidsgillEnglishverbTo be or become entangled in a gillnet.intransitive
MustelidsgillEnglishnounA drink measure for spirits and wine, approximately a quarter of a pint, but varying regionally.
MustelidsgillEnglishnounA measuring jug holding a quarter or half a pint.British archaic
MustelidsgillEnglishnounA unit of measure equal to 4 US fluid ounces (half a cup, a quarter of a US pint), approximately 118 milliliters.US dated
MustelidsgillEnglishnounrivuletBritish
MustelidsgillEnglishnounravineBritish
MustelidsgillEnglishnouna two-wheeled frame for transporting timber
MustelidsgillEnglishnouna female ferret
MustelidsgillEnglishnouna promiscuous woman; harlot, wantonobsolete
MustelidsgillEnglishnouna prostituteobsolete
MustelidsgillEnglishverbTo act as a prostitute.obsolete
Myrtales order plantslila de las IndiasSpanishnounazedarachfeminine
Myrtales order plantslila de las IndiasSpanishnouncrape myrtlefeminine
Myrtle family plantscaryophyllusLatinadjResembling or associated with clove.biology botany natural-sciencesNew-Latin adjective declension-1 declension-2
Myrtle family plantscaryophyllusLatinadjResembling or associated with the clove pink.biology botany natural-sciencesNew-Latin adjective declension-1 declension-2
Named roadsPall MallEnglishnameA fashionable street in Westminster, leading from Trafalgar Square, via the Haymarket, to St James; it is the home of many select gentlemen's clubs.
Named roadsPall MallEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Fentress County, Tennessee, United States, named after Pall Mall in London.
Named roadsPall MallEnglishnameA thoroughfare in Bendigo, Victoria.
Named roadsPall MallEnglishnounA cigarette of the British Pall Mall brand.
NamesKoreannounfoxtail millet (Setaria italica)
NamesKoreansuffixdynasty, imperial courtmorpheme
NamesKoreannumtrillion (million million)
NamesKoreannameJo or Chosurname
Narratology主人公Chinesenounprotagonist (main character)
Narratology主人公Chinesenounhost (person who receives or entertains other people as guests)honorific literary
NationalitiesKyrgyzstaniEnglishadjOf or relating to Kyrgyzstan.
NationalitiesKyrgyzstaniEnglishnounA native or inhabitant of Kyrgyzstan.
NationalitiesKyrgyzstaniEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Kyrgyzstan, its people and culturenot-comparable
NationalitiesPortugeseDutchnounA Portuguese woman.feminine
NationalitiesPortugeseDutchadjinflection of Portugees: ## masculine/feminine singular attributive ## definite neuter singular attributive ## plural attributive / masculine/feminine singular attributiveattributive feminine form-of masculine singular
NationalitiesPortugeseDutchadjinflection of Portugees: ## masculine/feminine singular attributive ## definite neuter singular attributive ## plural attributive / definite neuter singular attributiveattributive definite form-of neuter singular
NationalitiesPortugeseDutchadjinflection of Portugees: ## masculine/feminine singular attributive ## definite neuter singular attributive ## plural attributive / plural attributiveattributive form-of plural
NationalitiesaariFinnishnoun100 square metres, are
NationalitiesaariFinnishnounan Aari
NationalitiesaariFinnishnounthe Aari language
NationalitiescroatăRomanianadjnominative feminine singular of croatfeminine form-of nominative singular
NationalitiescroatăRomaniannouna Croat womanfeminine
NationalitiescroatăRomaniannounCroatian (language)feminine uncountable
NationalitiesescocêsPortugueseadjScottish (of or relating to Scotland)not-comparable
NationalitiesescocêsPortugueseadjtartan (of cloth and clothing: having a pattern of coloured stripes that intersect at right angles)not-comparable
NationalitiesescocêsPortuguesenounScot; Scotsman (someone from Scotland)masculine
NationalitiesescocêsPortuguesenameScottish (ambiguous term for any of a number of languages spoken in Scotland)masculine
NationalitiesliberianoGalicianadjLiberian
NationalitiesliberianoGaliciannounLiberianmasculine
NationalitiesrusAzerbaijaninouna Russian (person)
NationalitiesrusAzerbaijaniadjRussian (of, from, or pertaining to Russia)
Nationalitiessul-coreanoPortugueseadjSouth Korean (of or relating to South Korea)
Nationalitiessul-coreanoPortuguesenounSouth Korean (person from South Korea)masculine
NationalitiesСловенкаSerbo-CroatiannounSlovenian, Slovene (female)Bosnia Croatia Serbia
NationalitiesСловенкаSerbo-CroatiannounSlav (female)Serbia
Native American tribesChoctawEnglishnameAn aboriginal peoples native to the area currently known as Mississippi, in the United States, with a sizable displaced population in Oklahoma
Native American tribesChoctawEnglishnameThe language of the Choctaw tribe.
Native American tribesChoctawEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Bolivar County, Mississippi.
Native American tribesChoctawEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Neshoba County, Mississippi.
Native American tribesChoctawEnglishnameA city in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma; suburb of Oklahoma City.
Native American tribesChoctawEnglishnameEllipsis of Choctaw County.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
Native American tribesChoctawEnglishadjRelating to the Choctaw tribe or its language.not-comparable
Native American tribesChoctawEnglishnounA person of Choctaw heritage.
Native American tribesChoctawEnglishnounA Choctaw turn.hobbies lifestyle skating sports
Native American tribesTlingitEnglishnounA member of an Indian people from the coastal regions of Alaska and British Columbia.
Native American tribesTlingitEnglishnamethe language of these people
Native American tribesTlingitEnglishadjof, or relating to these people or their languagenot-comparable
NauticaldrekiFaroesenoundragonmasculine
NauticaldrekiFaroesenounshipmasculine
NauticalباشOttoman Turkishnounhead
NauticalباشOttoman Turkishnounchief, master, leader, head
NauticalباشOttoman Turkishnounprow, bow, foreship
Nautical occupationspraedoLatinnounrobber, thiefdeclension-3
Nautical occupationspraedoLatinnounpiratedeclension-3
Nautical occupationspraedoLatinnouncriminaldeclension-3
Nautical occupationspraedoLatinverbAlternative form of praedoralt-of alternative conjugation-1
NetherlandsamsterdamensePortuguesenounAmsterdamer (person from Amsterdam)by-personal-gender feminine masculine
NetherlandsamsterdamensePortugueseadjAmsterdamese (of or relating to Amsterdam)feminine masculine
NightshadeslilekCzechnounplant of the genus Solanuminanimate masculine
NightshadeslilekCzechnounaubergine, eggplantinanimate masculine
NobilitypendefigWelshnounchief, leadermasculine
NobilitypendefigWelshnounkingmasculine
NobilitypendefigWelshnounprincemasculine
NobilitypendefigWelshnounnobleman, patricianmasculine
NobilityսեպուհArmeniannounsepuh (a title of Armenian nobility)
NobilityսեպուհArmenianadjmain, primary
Nobility乙姫JapanesenameOtohime, princess of Ryūgū Castle in the tale of Urashima Tarō
Nobility乙姫Japanesenounyounger princessobsolete
NorwaynorvégiaiHungarianadjNorwegian (of, from, or relating to Norway, its people or language)not-comparable
NorwaynorvégiaiHungariannounNorwegian (a native of Norway)
Nutspine nutEnglishnounThe edible seed of any of several species of evergreen pine, especially Pinus pinea, Pinus cembra, and Pinus cembroides.countable uncountable
Nutspine nutEnglishnounThe flavor that results from mixing pineapple and coconut.South-Africa uncountable
Nuts橄欖ChinesenounChinese olive (Canarium album)
Nuts橄欖ChinesenounEuropean olive (Olea europaea)
Nuts橄欖ChineseverbAlternative form of 幹爛/干烂 (“to ruin”)Internet Mainland-China alt-of alternative vulgar
OccultčarSerbo-Croatiannouncharm, allure
OccultčarSerbo-Croatiannounspell, magic
OccupationsbourreauFrenchnountorturermasculine
OccupationsbourreauFrenchnounexecutioner, hangman (the person)masculine
OccupationsbourreauFrenchnounindividual who lives extravagantlymasculine
OccupationsespyEnglishverbTo find out or observe (someone or something, especially if not easy to see) by spying or looking; to catch sight of; to see; to spot.transitive
OccupationsespyEnglishverbTo see (someone or something) without foreplanning or unexpectedly.transitive
OccupationsespyEnglishverbTo observe (someone or something) as a spy; also, to examine or observe (someone or something) carefully; or to look out or watch for.obsolete transitive
OccupationsespyEnglishverbTo become aware of (a fact, information, etc.).obsolete transitive
OccupationsespyEnglishverbTo observe as a spy, to spy; also, to examine or observe carefully; or to look out or watch.archaic intransitive
OccupationsespyEnglishnounAn act of finding out or observing by spying or looking; an espial or espying.countable obsolete uncountable
OccupationsespyEnglishnounA scout or spy.countable obsolete uncountable
OccupationsespyEnglishnounThe act or process of learning secret information through clandestine means; espionage.obsolete uncountable
OccupationsfejvadászHungariannounheadhunter (savage who hunts and beheads humans)historical
OccupationsfejvadászHungariannounheadhunter (recruiter involved in executive search)business
OccupationsfollatoreItaliannounfuller (person)masculine
OccupationsfollatoreItaliannountreader (of grapes)masculine
OccupationsgeilleagraíIrishnouneconomistmasculine
OccupationsgeilleagraíIrishadjgenitive singular feminine of geilleagrachfeminine form-of genitive singular
OccupationshlasatelCzechnounnewsreaderanimate masculine
OccupationshlasatelCzechnounproponent, exponent, apostleanimate masculine
OccupationslèighScottish Gaelicnoundoctor, surgeon, physicianmasculine
OccupationslèighScottish Gaelicnounmedicinemasculine
OccupationslèighScottish Gaelicnoungenitive singular of lioghform-of genitive singular
OccupationspiesPolishnoundog (Canis lupus familiaris)animal-not-person masculine
OccupationspiesPolishnoundog (any member of the family Canidae, including domestic dogs, wolves, coyotes, jackals, foxes, and their relatives (extant and extinct); canid)animal-not-person masculine
OccupationspiesPolishnounmale fox or badgerhobbies hunting lifestyleanimal-not-person masculine
OccupationspiesPolishnounplace where strings of a violin are connectedentertainment lifestyle musicanimal-not-person masculine obsolete
OccupationspiesPolishnounwooden peg with a blade with one end sharply cut, used to collect pulpanimal-not-person masculine obsolete
OccupationspiesPolishnounharbor seal (Phoca vitulina)Middle Polish animal-not-person masculine
OccupationspiesPolishnouncop, policemangovernment law-enforcementderogatory slang
OccupationspiesPolishnoundog (someone contemptible)colloquial derogatory
OccupationspiesPolishnounsomeone greedyderogatory obsolete
OccupationsrancheroEnglishnouna ranch or rancho workerUS
OccupationsrancheroEnglishnounA ranch or rancho ownerUS
OccupationssagalCatalannounshepherd boymasculine
OccupationssagalCatalannounboy, youthmasculine
OccupationssaltairScottish GaelicnounpsalterChristianityfeminine
OccupationssaltairScottish GaelicnounpsalteryChristianityfeminine
OccupationssaltairScottish Gaelicnounchroniclefeminine
OccupationssaltairScottish Gaelicnounsaltmongerfeminine
OccupationsteológusHungariannountheologian, theologist (one who is skilled, professes or practices of what relates with God)
OccupationsteológusHungariannounstudent of divinity (one who studies theology)
OccupationsvoilierFrenchnounsailboat (a boat propelled by sails)nautical transportmasculine
OccupationsvoilierFrenchnounsailfishbiology natural-sciences zoologymasculine
OccupationsvoilierFrenchnounsailmaker (profession)masculine
OccupationsвидзысьKomi-Zyrianadjpresent participle of видзны (vidźny)form-of participle present
OccupationsвидзысьKomi-Zyriannounguard, watchman
OccupationsփիլիսոփայOld Armeniannounphilosopher
OccupationsփիլիսոփայOld Armeniannounchorister, singer
OccupationsجوالArabicnounwho roams about much / wanderer, tourist
OccupationsجوالArabicnounwho roams about much / hawker, peddler, itinerant merchant
OccupationsجوالArabicnounwho roams about much / ranger, rifleman
OccupationsجوالArabicnounmobile phone
OccupationsجوالArabicadjambulatory, itinerant
OccupationsجوالArabicadjmobile, portable
OccupationsجوالArabicnounsack, such as to store grain or potatoesdialectal
OccupationsچورباجیOttoman Turkishnounsoup vendorliterally
OccupationsچورباجیOttoman Turkishnounofficial title for a colonel of the Janissariesgovernment military politics war
OccupationsچورباجیOttoman Turkishnounofficial receiver and entertainer of guests in a villagerare
OccupationsچورباجیOttoman Turkishnounconventional title applied Christian members of the rural elite, heads of villages and rich peasants in the Ottoman Empire
OccupationsọdẹIgalanounhunter
OccupationsọdẹIgalanounhunting
OccupationsọdẹIgalanounAlternative form of ọ̀dẹ̀hẹ̀ (“esteemed elder”)alt-of alternative
OccupationsⲟⲩⲟⲉⲓⲉCopticnounhusbandman, cultivatorSahidic
OccupationsⲟⲩⲟⲉⲓⲉCopticnounfarmer, peasant, fellahSahidic
Occupations商人Chinesenounmerchant; businessperson
Occupations商人Chinesenounperson of the Shang dynasty
Occupations垃圾佬Chinesenoun(male) garbage collectorCantonese
Occupations垃圾佬Chinesenouna person who is very keen to buy cheap, used computer parts (or other electronic devices)Internet humorous slang
OctopusesdevilfishEnglishnounAny of several not closely related marine animals: / The octopus.dated
OctopusesdevilfishEnglishnounAny of several not closely related marine animals: / The giant squid or kraken.dated
OctopusesdevilfishEnglishnounAny of several not closely related marine animals: / The gray whale, Eschrichtius robustus.dated
OctopusesdevilfishEnglishnounAny of several not closely related marine animals: / The piranha.dated
OctopusesdevilfishEnglishnounAny of several not closely related marine animals: / The anglerfish, Lophius piscatorius.dated
OctopusesdevilfishEnglishnounAny of several not closely related marine animals: / The suckermouth catfish, Hypostomus plecostomus (translating Spanish pez diablo).dated
OctopusesdevilfishEnglishnounAny of several not closely related marine animals: / The manta ray; any ray in the genus Mobula.dated
OctopusesdevilfishEnglishnounAny of several not closely related marine animals: / The manta ray; any ray in the genus Mobula. / The devil ray, Mobula mobular.dated specifically
OctopusesdevilfishEnglishnounAny of several not closely related marine animals: / Certain fish in the genus Paraplesiops; see blue devilfish, Bleeker's devilfish.dated
OmansultanEnglishnounThe holder of a secular office, formally subordinate to, but de facto the power behind the throne of, the caliph.countable historical uncountable
OmansultanEnglishnounA hereditary ruler in various Muslim states (sultanate), varying from petty principalities (as in Yemen), often vassal of a greater ruler, to independent realms, such as Oman, Brunei, Morocco (until 1956) or an empire such as the Turkish Ottoman Empire.countable uncountable
OmansultanEnglishnounA variant of solitaire, played with two decks of cards.card-games gamesuncountable
OmansultanEnglishnounA breed of chicken originating in Turkey, kept primarily in gardens for ornamental reasons. See: sultan (chicken)countable uncountable
OneоднорічнийUkrainianadjone-year (attributive) (having a duration of one year)
OneоднорічнийUkrainianadjone-year-old, year-old (attributive), one year old, a year old (predicative) (having an age of one year)
OneоднорічнийUkrainianadjannualbiology botany natural-sciences
OneChinesecharacterfaithful; committedClassical
OneChinesecharacterone, variant of 一business finance financial
OnomasticsksywaPolishnounnickname, aliascolloquial feminine
OnomasticsksywaPolishnounprison jargoncolloquial feminine
OrganizationsNASBAEnglishnounInitialism of nucleic acid sequence-based amplification: a transcription-based isothermal nucleic acid amplification technique.biochemistry biology chemistry microbiology natural-sciences physical-sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
OrganizationsNASBAEnglishnameInitialism of National Association of State Boards of Accountancy.US abbreviation alt-of initialism
OrgansméhHungariannounbee
OrgansméhHungariannounwomb, uterus
OrthodoxyправославьнъOld Church Slavonicadjorthodoxlifestyle religion
OrthodoxyправославьнъOld Church SlavonicadjOrthodoxChristianity
OwlsਉੱਲੂPunjabinounowl
OwlsਉੱਲੂPunjabinounfoolslang
PaintingdathadóirIrishnouncoloristmasculine
PaintingdathadóirIrishnoundyermasculine
PaintingdathadóirIrishnounpaintermasculine
ParasitesعلقةArabicnounleechsingulative
ParasitesعلقةArabicnounportion of bloodsingulative
ParasitesعلقةArabicnounportion of thick or clotted bloodsingulative
ParksTuileriesEnglishnameA palace in Paris, France which was built in the 16th century and destroyed by fire in 1871.
ParksTuileriesEnglishnameA public park and garden built on the site of the former palace.
PathologypebrinaCatalannounchili pepperCatalonia North feminine
PathologypebrinaCatalannounpébrine (disease of silkworms)feminine
PeacePax SinicaEnglishnameAll or any of various periods of general peace in East Asia occasioned by a hegemonic dynasty in China, particularly / The general peace under the Han dynasty.historical
PeacePax SinicaEnglishnameAll or any of various periods of general peace in East Asia occasioned by a hegemonic dynasty in China, particularly / The general peace under the Tang dynasty.historical
PeacePax SinicaEnglishnameAll or any of various periods of general peace in East Asia occasioned by a hegemonic dynasty in China, particularly / Synonym of Pax Mongolica, the general peace under the Yuan dynasty.historical
PeacePax SinicaEnglishnameAll or any of various periods of general peace in East Asia occasioned by a hegemonic dynasty in China, particularly / The general peace under the Ming dynasty.historical
PeacePax SinicaEnglishnameAll or any of various periods of general peace in East Asia occasioned by a hegemonic dynasty in China, particularly / The general peace under the Qing dynasty.historical
PeacePax SinicaEnglishnameA hypothetical period of future international peace based on submission to prospective Chinese dominance over international affairs.
Peacegałązka oliwnaPolishnounolive branch (any symbol of peace, or a peace offering to an adversary to show goodwill and in the hope of securing peace)feminine idiomatic literary
Peacegałązka oliwnaPolishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see gałązka, oliwny.feminine
PeopleBoomerEnglishnameA surname.
PeopleBoomerEnglishnounA member of a 19th century movement which campaigned for the opening of "Unassigned Lands" within the Indian Territory (now Oklahoma) for settlement.US historical
PeopleBoomerEnglishnounRare form of boomer (“baby boomer”).form-of rare
PeopleRSMEnglishnounInitialism of regimental sergeant major.government military politics warabbreviation alt-of initialism
PeopleRSMEnglishnounInitialism of regional sales manager.businessabbreviation alt-of initialism
PeopleasocialeItalianadjasocial, withdrawn
PeopleasocialeItalianadjantisocial
PeopleasocialeItaliannounan asocial personby-personal-gender feminine masculine
PeopleattackerEnglishnounSomeone who attacks.
PeopleattackerEnglishnounOne of the players on a team in football (soccer) in the row nearest to the opposing team's goal, who are therefore principally responsible for scoring goals.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sports
PeoplebaibBavariannounwomanTimau neuter
PeoplebaibBavariannounwifeTimau neuter
PeoplebărbatRomaniannounman (an adult male)masculine
PeoplebărbatRomanianadjcourageousmasculine neuter
Peoplechief of staffEnglishnounThe senior officer of any of several services of the armed forces of several nations.government military politics war
Peoplechief of staffEnglishnounThe head of any of several political departments in several nations.government politics
PeoplecommieEnglishnounA communist; a person with communist sympathies; a supposed communist infiltrator.derogatory slang
PeoplecommieEnglishnounSynonym of anticapitalistbroadly derogatory slang
PeoplecommieEnglishadjCommunist.derogatory not-comparable slang
PeoplecommieEnglishnounA Holden Commodore.Australia colloquial
PeoplecommieEnglishnounA commercial vehicle.army government military politics warcolloquial
PeoplecumaOld Englishnounguestmasculine
PeoplecumaOld Englishnounstrangermasculine
PeopledispenserEnglishnounSomething or someone that dispenses things. / An object used to dispense other items.
PeopledispenserEnglishnounSomething or someone that dispenses things. / A person who makes up prescriptions, such as an optician or pharmacist.
PeopledispenserEnglishnounSomething or someone that dispenses things.
PeopledàimheachScottish Gaelicadjhaving many relations or friends
PeopledàimheachScottish Gaelicadjrelated
PeopledàimheachScottish Gaelicadjrelativehuman-sciences linguistics sciences
PeopledàimheachScottish Gaelicadjgenial, friendly
PeopledàimheachScottish Gaelicadjdevoted
PeopledàimheachScottish Gaelicnounblood relation, relative, friendmasculine
PeopledàimheachScottish Gaelicnounassociate, companionmasculine
PeopledàimheachScottish Gaelicnounguestmasculine
PeopledàimheachScottish Gaelicnounstrangermasculine
PeoplefoxEnglishnounA red fox, small carnivore (Vulpes vulpes), related to dogs and wolves, with red or silver fur and a bushy tail.
PeoplefoxEnglishnounAny of numerous species of small wild canids resembling the red fox. In the taxonomy they form the tribe Vulpini within the family Canidae, consisting of nine genera (see the Wikipedia article on the fox).
PeoplefoxEnglishnounThe fur of a fox.
PeoplefoxEnglishnounA fox terrier.
PeoplefoxEnglishnounThe gemmeous dragonet, a fish, Callionymus lyra, so called from its yellow color.
PeoplefoxEnglishnounA cunning person.figuratively slang
PeoplefoxEnglishnounA physically attractive man or woman.figuratively slang
PeoplefoxEnglishnounA person with reddish brown hair, usually a woman.figuratively slang
PeoplefoxEnglishnounA small strand of rope made by twisting several rope-yarns together. Used for seizings, mats, sennits, and gaskets.nautical transport
PeoplefoxEnglishnounA wedge driven into the split end of a bolt to tighten it.engineering mechanical-engineering mechanics natural-sciences physical-sciences
PeoplefoxEnglishnounA hidden radio transmitter, finding which is the goal of radiosport.
PeoplefoxEnglishnounThe fourteenth Lenormand card.cartomancy human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
PeoplefoxEnglishnounA sword; so called from the stamp of a fox on the blade, or perhaps of a wolf taken for a fox.obsolete
PeoplefoxEnglishnounAir-to-air weapon launched.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics war
PeoplefoxEnglishverbTo trick, fool or outwit (someone) by cunning or ingenuity.transitive
PeoplefoxEnglishverbTo confuse or baffle (someone).transitive
PeoplefoxEnglishverbTo act slyly or craftily.intransitive
PeoplefoxEnglishverbTo discolour paper. Fox marks are spots on paper caused by humidity. (See foxing.)intransitive
PeoplefoxEnglishverbTo make sour, as beer, by causing it to ferment.transitive
PeoplefoxEnglishverbTo turn sour; said of beer, etc., when it sours in fermenting.intransitive
PeoplefoxEnglishverbTo intoxicate; to stupefy with drink.transitive
PeoplefoxEnglishverbTo repair (boots) with new front upper leather, or to piece the upper fronts of.transitive
PeoplegospelerEnglishnounA person who preaches from the Gospels
PeoplegospelerEnglishnounA singer of gospel musicentertainment lifestyle music
PeoplegospelerEnglishnounA Protestant or evangelical Christian.Early Modern obsolete
PeoplehocicónSpanishnounbigmouth (who talks too much or says things which should not be said)Chile Mexico colloquial masculine
PeoplehocicónSpanishnouninformer, tattlermasculine
PeoplehocicónSpanishnounfoul-mouthed, profaneMexico colloquial masculine
PeoplehostieEnglishnounthe consecrated bread or wafer of the Eucharist, host.Catholicism Christianityobsolete
PeoplehostieEnglishnounAn air hostess.Australia informal
PeoplekonfituraPolishnounconfiture (preserve or jam of candied fruit)feminine
PeoplekonfituraPolishnounjar of confiturefeminine
PeoplekonfituraPolishnouninformant, informer, snitchcolloquial derogatory feminine
PeoplelokomotywaPolishnounlocomotive (self-propelled vehicle that runs on rails)rail-transport railways transportfeminine
PeoplelokomotywaPolishnounleader (one having authority)feminine figuratively
PeoplemarihuaneroSpanishadjpothead, stonerCuba Dominican-Republic Ecuador El-Salvador Venezuela
PeoplemarihuaneroSpanishnounweedhead, pothead, stonerCuba Dominican-Republic Ecuador El-Salvador Venezuela masculine
PeoplemeniñoGaliciannounbabymasculine
PeoplemeniñoGaliciannouninfant; kid;masculine
PeoplemeniñoGaliciannounboymasculine
PeoplemeniñoGaliciannounchildrenin-plural masculine
PeoplemeniñoGaliciannounlittle fingermasculine
PeoplemuistRomaniannouncocksucker, faggotderogatory masculine vulgar
PeoplemuistRomaniannounasshole, jerk, dick, bastardderogatory masculine vulgar
Peoplene'er-do-wellEnglishnounA person without a means of support; an idle, worthless person; a loafer; a person who is ineffectual, unsuccessful, or completely lacking in merit; a good-for-nothing.
Peoplene'er-do-wellEnglishnounA person who is up to no good; a rogue.
Peoplene'er-do-wellEnglishadjShowing the characteristics of a ne'er-do-well: indolent, worthless, or roguish.
PeoplenormotensiveEnglishadjHaving normal tension.
PeoplenormotensiveEnglishadjHaving normal blood pressure.cardiology medicine sciences
PeoplenormotensiveEnglishnounA person who has normal blood pressure.
PeopleposseEnglishnounA group or company of people, originally especially one having hostile intent; a throng, a crowd.
PeopleposseEnglishnounA group of people summoned to help law enforcement.historical
PeopleposseEnglishnounA search party.US
PeopleposseEnglishnounA criminal gang.Jamaica US slang
PeopleposseEnglishnounA group of (especially young) people seen as constituting a peer group or band of associates; a gang, a group of friends.colloquial
PeoplestormtrooperEnglishnounA soldier trained in special infiltration tactics.
PeoplestormtrooperEnglishnounA member of the Sturmabteilung, a Nazi street militia.
PeopletwangerEnglishnounOne who twangs something.
PeopletwangerEnglishnounA stringed instrument, especially a guitarinformal
PeoplezespółPolishnounteam (group of people involved in the same work)inanimate masculine
PeoplezespółPolishnounteam (group of people involved in the same work) / band (group of musicians who perform together as an ensemble)inanimate masculine
PeoplezespółPolishnouncomplex (assemblage of related things creating a whole)inanimate masculine
PeoplezespółPolishnoununit, set (part of a device or several connected devices composed of smaller elements that perform a specific function in the operation of the whole)engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences technologyinanimate masculine
PeoplezespółPolishnounsyndrome (recognizable pattern of signs, symptoms and/or behaviours, especially of a disease or medical or psychological condition)medicine pathology sciencesinanimate masculine
PeoplezespółPolishnounnetwork; community; system (plant community with a specific structure and species composition, characterized by specific ecological properties)biology botany natural-sciencesinanimate masculine
PeoplezespółPolishnounjoining, uniting; joint, link, connectioninanimate masculine obsolete
PeopleчервякRussiannounwormcolloquial
PeopleчервякRussiannounmaggotcolloquial
PeopleчервякRussiannounmiserable, insignificant person, wormcolloquial figuratively
PeopleчервякRussiannounworm screwengineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
PeopleسربازPersiannounsoldier
PeopleسربازPersiannounpawnboard-games chess games
PeopleسربازPersiannameSarbaz (a city and county of Sistan and Baluchestan, Iran)
Peopleคอมมิวนิสต์Thainouncommunist
Peopleคอมมิวนิสต์Thaiadjcommunist
People流人Chinesenounrefugeeliterary
People流人Chinesenounexile (a person living in exile)literary
People流人Chinesenounloafer; wastrelliterary
PeopleJapanesecharactergrade-1-kanji kanji no-gloss
PeopleJapanesenouna king, especially one who is not East Asian or was East Asian in pre-imperial times; in China and Vietnam, generally a king before Qin Shi Huangdi who invented the title 皇帝 (kōtei, “huangdi; emperor”); in Korea, one of the many kings before the Korean Empire which was modeled after Japan's; in Japan, one of the rulers before Emperor Jinmu
PeopleJapanesenounan East Asian queen regnant
PeopleJapanesenouna nobility title for a Chinese or Vietnamese prince, bestowed on one of the 皇帝 (kōtei, “huangdi; emperor”)'s adult sons, brothers, or nephews, especially as a coming-of-age title, generally comes with an estate ("principality"); compare 皇子 (ōji, “imperial princes”, especially pre-adult ones) and 公 (kō, “dukes”, an alternative used by certain dynasties)
PeopleJapanesenouna Japanese prince's son (such princes include 親王 (shinnō) or 王 (ō) themselves)
PeopleJapaneseaffixking
PeopleJapanesenounan ancient Korean kingarchaic
People賤民Chinesenounperson of the lowest social statushistorical
People賤民ChinesenounDalit (a member of the lowest caste in the traditional Indian caste system)
People道人ChinesenounTaoist priest; Taoist devoteehonorific
People道人ChinesenounBuddhist monk without a government certificateBuddhism lifestyle religionarchaic historical
PeopleOki-No-Erabucharactergrade-2-kanji kanji no-gloss
PeopleOki-No-Erabunounhead
PeopleOki-No-Erabunounan intelligent person
People남녀Koreannounman and woman
People남녀Koreannounmen and women generally
Perching birdsananakyodCebuanonouna Philippine pied fantail (Rhipidura nigritorquis)
Perching birdsananakyodCebuanonounany fantailbroadly
Percoid fishangelfishEnglishnounA freshwater fish, tropical cichlids of the genus Pterophyllum.
Percoid fishangelfishEnglishnounA marine fish of the family Pomacanthidae, common on shallow tropical reefs.
Percussion instrumentswobble boardEnglishnounAn item of exercising equipment which challenges the sportsman to balance his weight on it as it could tilt in any direction.
Percussion instrumentswobble boardEnglishnounA musical instrument consisting of a flat board which is held in the hands and shaken so that the board flexes in order to produce a rhythmic "whoop-whoop" noise.
PersonalityhasardeuxFrenchadjrisky, hazardous
PersonalityhasardeuxFrenchadjrisk-taking; daring
PersonalityorneryEnglishadjDisagreeable, stubborn, and troublesome to deal with; cantankerous.Appalachia especially informal
PersonalityorneryEnglishadjTroublesome to deal with in a good way; mischievous, prankish, teasing.Southern-US humorous informal
PersonalityorneryEnglishadjOrdinary, commonplace; hence, inferior, plain-looking, unpleasant.obsolete
PersonalitypragmaticEnglishadjPractical, concerned with making decisions and actions that are useful in practice, not just theory.
PersonalitypragmaticEnglishadjPhilosophical; dealing with causes, reasons, and effects, rather than with details and circumstances; said of literature.
PersonalitypragmaticEnglishadjInterfering in the affairs of others; officious; meddlesome.
PersonalitypragmaticEnglishnounA man of business.
PersonalitypragmaticEnglishnounA busybody.
PersonalitypragmaticEnglishnounA public decree.
Personalityپوست‌کلفتPersianadjresilient (able to withstand disease and difficult conditions)
Personalityپوست‌کلفتPersianadjthick-skinned (not easily offended)
Phaseoleae tribe plantsشوشArabicverbto muddle, confuse, jumbletransitive
Phaseoleae tribe plantsشوشArabicnounErythrina abyssinica
PhilippinespinoySpanishnouna Filipino; a citizen or local inhabitant of the Philippines and those descending from such, especially a malePhilippines by-personal-gender feminine informal masculine
PhilippinespinoySpanishadjof the Philippines or its people, language, and culturePhilippines feminine informal masculine relational
PhonologylabializzarsiItalianverbreflexive of labializzareform-of intransitive reflexive
PhonologylabializzarsiItalianverbto become labializedintransitive
PhotographyobjektivCzechnouncamera lensinanimate masculine
PhotographyobjektivCzechnounoblique caseinanimate masculine
Pierid butterfliespainted JezebelEnglishnounA Jezebel; an evil, scheming, shameless or immoral woman, especially one who uses physical attractiveness to evil ends.derogatory obsolete
Pierid butterfliespainted JezebelEnglishnounDelias hyparete, a species of butterfly of the family Pieridae.
PinksblushEnglishnounAn act of blushing; a pink or red glow on the face caused by embarrassment, shame, modesty, etc.countable uncountable
PinksblushEnglishnounA glow; a flush of colour, especially pink or red.countable uncountable
PinksblushEnglishnounFeeling or appearance of optimism.countable figuratively uncountable
PinksblushEnglishnounA sort of makeup, frequently a powder, used to redden the cheeks.countable uncountable
PinksblushEnglishnounA color between pink and cream.countable uncountable
PinksblushEnglishnounA pale pink wine made by removing the dark grape skins at the required point during fermentation.US countable uncountable
PinksblushEnglishverbTo become red in the face (and sometimes experience an associated feeling of warmth), especially due to shyness, shame, excitement, or embarrassment.intransitive
PinksblushEnglishverbTo be ashamed or embarrassed (to do something).figuratively intransitive
PinksblushEnglishverbTo become red.intransitive
PinksblushEnglishverbTo suffuse with a blush; to redden; to make rosy.transitive
PinksblushEnglishverbTo change skin color in the face (to a particular shade).copulative
PinksblushEnglishverbTo express or make known by blushing.transitive
PinksblushEnglishverbTo have a warm and delicate colour, like some roses and other flowers.intransitive
PinksblushEnglishverbTo glance with the eye, cast a glance.intransitive obsolete
PinksblushEnglishverbOf dope or varnish: to develop an undesirable white precipitate on the surface, due to being applied in humid conditions.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesintransitive
PinksblushEnglishnounThe collective noun for a group of boys.
PlacesmestoSlovenenounplace, location
PlacesmestoSlovenenountown (settlement)
Places in ChinaHan RiverEnglishnameA major river in South Korea that flows through Seoul.
Places in ChinaHan RiverEnglishnameA tributary of the Yangtse flowing through Shaanxi and Hubei, China, with its river mouth in Wuhan
Places of worshipbaptistryEnglishnounA designated space within a church, or a separate room or building associated with a church, where a baptismal font is located, and consequently, where the sacrament of Christian baptism (via aspersion or affusion) is performed.Christianity
Places of worshipbaptistryEnglishnounAn indoor pool used for baptism by immersion.
Planets of the Solar SystemMerkurCzechnameMercury (Roman god)human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesRoman animate masculine
Planets of the Solar SystemMerkurCzechnameMercury, the first planet in the Solar Systemastronomy natural-sciencesinanimate masculine
Planets of the Solar SystemNeiptiúnIrishnameNeptunehuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesRoman masculine
Planets of the Solar SystemNeiptiúnIrishnameNeptune (planet)masculine
Planets of the Solar SystemВенераBulgariannameVenus (planet)
Planets of the Solar SystemВенераBulgariannameVenushuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesRoman
PlantsbabakaMalagasynouneffusion, abundant flow
PlantsbabakaMalagasynounpumpkinTankarana
PlantscanísOccitannounAntirrhinum majus (common snapdragon)masculine
PlantscanísOccitannounHyoscyamus niger (black henbane)masculine
PlantsfelgaGaliciannounfernfeminine
PlantsfelgaGaliciannoungroup of fernsfeminine
PlantsfelgaGaliciannoununderbrushfeminine
PlantsjonkMiddle EnglishnounAn old cable or rope.nautical transportrare
PlantsjonkMiddle EnglishnounA rush (plant of the family Juncaceae)rare
PlantsjonkMiddle EnglishnounA rush basket.rare
PlantsmpesaChichewanoungrapevine, grape plantclass-3
PlantsmpesaChichewanounany vineclass-3
PlantsogunYorubanounwar, battle (physical or mental)
PlantsogunYorubanouna black mangrove tree (Avicennia africana)
PlantsogunYorubanumtwenty
PlantsogunYorubanumtwenty / twentieth
PlantsogunYorubanounheritage, inheritance, legacy
PlantsсемечкоRussiannounDiminutive of се́мя (sémja): seeddiminutive form-of
PlantsсемечкоRussiannounsunflower seedsplural-normally
PlantsсемечкоRussiannounchild's play, something very easy to doplural-normally
PlantsאבטיחHebrewnounsome species of fruit similar to the modern watermelon or melonbiblical lifestyle religion
PlantsאבטיחHebrewnounwatermelon (fruit of the species Citrullus lanatus)
PlantsאבטיחHebrewnounwatermelon (plant of the species Citrullus lanatus)
PlantsאבטיחHebrewverbFirst-person singular future (prefix conjugation) of הִבְטִיחַ (hivtíakh): I will promise.
PoetryversiculusLatinnounshort verse, single line (of prose or poetry)declension-2 masculine
PoetryversiculusLatinnounhumble lines, unpretentious versesdeclension-2 in-plural masculine
PoliticsمۇختارUyghuradjautonomous, self-governing
PoliticsمۇختارUyghuradjfree, liberal
PoliticsمۇختارUyghurnamea male given name
PolygonsoctagonEnglishnounA polygon with eight sides and eight angles.geometry mathematics sciencesalso attributive
PolygonsoctagonEnglishnounOften in the form Octagon: the arena for mixed martial arts.government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports war
PolymernanotubeEnglishnounShortening of carbon nanotube; A carbon molecule, in the shape of a tube, having a fullerene structure and a diameter of about 1 or 2 nanometers.
PolymernanotubeEnglishnounany nanotech tubular structure with a characteristic diameter measured in a few nanometres, such as titanium nanotubes
PoppiesalkanetEnglishnounAlkanna tinctoria, a plant whose root is used as a red dye.countable uncountable
PoppiesalkanetEnglishnounThe 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
PoppiesalkanetEnglishnounOther plants of the genus Alkanna.countable uncountable
PoppiesalkanetEnglishnounAnchusa officinalis (common bugloss), a similar plant.countable uncountable
PoppiesalkanetEnglishnounAnchusa ochroleuca (yellow alkanet).countable uncountable
PoppiesalkanetEnglishnounAnchusa barrelieri (false alkanet).countable uncountable
PoppiesalkanetEnglishnounLithospermum arvense (bastard alkanet or field gromwell).countable uncountable
PoppiesalkanetEnglishnounPentaglottis sempervirens (green alkanet), a blue-flowered plant with evergreen leaves.countable uncountable
PoppiesalkanetEnglishnounPuccoon (Sanguinaria canadensis).countable uncountable
PortugalgaienseSpanishadjof Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugalfeminine masculine relational
PortugalgaienseSpanishnounnative or resident of Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugalby-personal-gender feminine masculine
PoultryprzepióreczkaPolishnounDiminutive of przepiórkadiminutive feminine form-of
PoultryprzepióreczkaPolishnounbush quail (any bird of the genus Perdicula)feminine
PregnancyピルJapanesenounpill
PregnancyピルJapanesenounoral contraceptive pill
PresentpresentlyEnglishadvImmediately, at once; quickly.British rare
PresentpresentlyEnglishadvBefore long; soon.
PresentpresentlyEnglishadvAt present; now; currently.proscribed rare
PresentpresentlyEnglishadvWith actual presence; in actuality.obsolete
ProcyonidskinkajouFrenchnounkinkajoumasculine
ProcyonidskinkajouFrenchnounwolverinemasculine obsolete
Prunus genus plantsmandleCzechnounalmondfeminine
Prunus genus plantsmandleCzechnountonsil (lymphatic tissue)feminine
Pseudoscience風水Chinesenounwind and water; wind and rainliterally
Pseudoscience風水Chinesenounfeng shui (a Chinese system of geomancy)
Pseudoscience風水ChinesenountombHakka Min Southern
Pseudoscience風水Chinesenountyphoon
PsychologydéfoulementFrenchnouncatharsismasculine
PsychologydéfoulementFrenchnoununwindingmasculine
PublishingweblicationEnglishnounThe act of publishing on the World Wide Web; a publication on the web.countable uncountable
PublishingweblicationEnglishnounA platform for publication on the WWWcountable uncountable
PublishingweblicationEnglishnounA computer application served on the World Wide Web.neologism
Punctuation marks斜槓Chinesenounslash (punctuation)
Punctuation marks斜槓Chinesenounslash career (a person who makes multiple income streams simultaneously from different careers)informal
QuebecQuébécoisEnglishnounA native or inhabitant of the province or city of Quebec.
QuebecQuébécoisEnglishnameThe Quebec variety of French.
QuebecQuébécoisEnglishadjOf or relating to Quebec, its people, or its variety of French.
Rail transportationܪܡܘܙܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnounsemaphore, signal (equipment used for visual signalling)
Rail transportationܪܡܘܙܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnountraffic signal, traffic light (signalling device positioned at a road intersection)
Rail transportationܪܡܘܙܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnounindicator, turn signal
Recreational drugscocainomaneItalianadjcocaine-addicted
Recreational drugscocainomaneItaliannouncocaine addict, cokeheadby-personal-gender feminine masculine
RedshelakanpunainenFinnishadjscarlet
RedshelakanpunainenFinnishnounscarlet (color)
RedsruĝiEsperantoverbto be red in color, to have a red hue red: / to be red in color, to have a red hueintransitive
RedsruĝiEsperantoverbto be red in color, to have a red hue red: / redintransitive
RedsწითელიGeorgianadjred
RedsწითელიGeorgianadjcommunistfiguratively historical
Reference worksLexikonGermannounreference book; a book, usually alphabetically ordered, in which definitions and facts can be looked up, such as an encyclopaedia, dictionary, etc.neuter strong
Reference worksLexikonGermannouna lexicon, in other words the vocabulary of a language, field, or individual person.neuter strong
Regions of EuropeBắc ÂuVietnamesenameNorthern Europe
Regions of EuropeBắc ÂuVietnameseadjNorthern European
Regions of EuropeBắc ÂuVietnameseadjNorse; Nordic
ReligionPanginoonTagalognamethe Lord; GodChristianity
ReligionPanginoonTagalognameterm of address for a lord or master, one of the members of the maginoo ruling class or nobility of the precolonial polities of the Philippines, especially one with many slaves and other valuable property like houses and boats.historical
ReligionpandeístaPortuguesenounpandeistby-personal-gender feminine masculine
ReligionpandeístaPortugueseadjpandeisticalfeminine masculine
ReligionpăgânRomanianadjpagan, heathenmasculine neuter
ReligionpăgânRomanianadjMuslim or Turkisharchaic historical masculine neuter
ReligionpăgânRomaniannounpagan, heathenmasculine
ReligionpăgânRomaniannouncruel or wicked personmasculine
ReligionsermonyngeMiddle EnglishnounTalking or speaking, especially with conviction and surety.uncountable
ReligionsermonyngeMiddle EnglishnounProselytizing or evangelising; spreading of religion.uncountable
ReligionღორმოთიLaznounsupernatural being in the ancient beliefs of the Laz, god
ReligionღორმოთიLaznameGod in monotheistic religions, Allah
RestaurantsمطعمArabicnounrestaurant
RestaurantsمطعمArabicnounfood
Rivers in AustraliaTorrensEnglishnameA surname from Catalan.countable uncountable
Rivers in AustraliaTorrensEnglishnameA river that flows through Adelaide, South Australia, named after Robert Torrens.countable uncountable
Rivers in AustraliaTorrensEnglishnameA salt lake in central South Australia.countable uncountable
Road transportlonghaulingEnglishnounThe act of travelling long distances.uncountable
Road transportlonghaulingEnglishnounThe act of a taxicab driver taking a passenger on a long detour to the destination without consent in order to drive up the fare.uncountable
Road transportlonghaulingEnglishnounThe act of transporting goods over long distances.uncountable
Road transportlonghaulingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of longhaul.form-of gerund participle present
Road transportrodoviárioPortugueseadjhighwaynot-comparable relational
Road transportrodoviárioPortugueseadjroad transportnot-comparable relational
RoadsLandstraßeGermannounstate roadfeminine
RoadsLandstraßeGermannouncountry road, rural roadfeminine
RoadsgościniecPolishnounwide rural roadinanimate masculine
RoadsgościniecPolishnoungift brought back from one's travels; souvenirinanimate masculine
RoadsgościniecPolishnouninn, tavernarchaic inanimate masculine
RoadsrotondeDutchnounA roundabout (road junction at which traffic streams circularly around a central island).feminine
RoadsrotondeDutchnounA rotunda.dated feminine
RoadsrotondeDutchnounA sleeveless coat worn by women.feminine obsolete
Roman EmpireHadrianusLatinnamename of the Roman Emperor Hadriandeclension-2
Roman EmpireHadrianusLatinnamea male given name, equivalent to English Hadriandeclension-2
Roman deitieslariItaliannounhousehold godsinvariable masculine
Roman deitieslariItaliannounhousehold deitiesinvariable masculine
Romantic orientationsalloromanticEnglishadjExperiencing romantic attraction.not-comparable
Romantic orientationsalloromanticEnglishnounSomeone who experiences romantic attraction.
RoomsakademikPolishnoundormitory (building which houses students)inanimate masculine
RoomsakademikPolishnoundormitory (room which houses students)inanimate masculine
RoomsakademikPolishnounacademic, member of an academy (member of an institution or building for the study of higher learning)masculine person
RoomsakademikPolishnounacademic, member of an academy (scientist at an academy)masculine person
RoomsakademikPolishnounacademic, member of an academy (student)literary masculine person
RoomsakademikPolishnounacademic, member of an academy (member of an academy's sport club)literary masculine person
RoomsakademikPolishnounacademic, member of an academy (person representing academic or traditional ideals)art artsmasculine person
RoomsakademikPolishnounacademy professormasculine obsolete person
RoomsakademikPolishnounacademic (follower of Plato)Middle Polish masculine person
RoomsakademikPolishnoungenitive plural of akademikafeminine form-of genitive plural
Roomshall of mirrorsEnglishnounA carnival attraction with curved mirrors (funhouse mirrors) that distort the viewer's appearance.
Roomshall of mirrorsEnglishnounA situation confusing for its false appearances, especially when they are compounded upon one another.figuratively
Roomshall of mirrorsEnglishnounA glitch in some three-dimensional games where a missing texture prevents part of the scene from being rendered correctly, causing a trail of previously rendered frames to appear instead.video-gamesuncountable
Roomslittle boys' roomEnglishnounSynonym of men's room: a public lavatory intended for use by men.euphemistic informal
Roomslittle boys' roomEnglishnounA room belonging to or used by little boys, particularly their bedroom.
Rooms𐌺𐌴𐌻𐌹𐌺𐌽Gothicnountower
Rooms𐌺𐌴𐌻𐌹𐌺𐌽Gothicnounupper room
Rosales order plantsсикамораRussiannounsycamore (Platanus occidentalis and Acer pseudoplatanus)
Rosales order plantsсикамораRussiannounwater elm (Planera aquatica)
Rosales order plantsсикамораRussiannoungenitive singular of сикамо́р (sikamór)form-of genitive singular
Rosales order plantsဖျောက်ဆိပ်BurmesenounIndian elm, jungle cork tree (Holoptelea integrifolia); yields light yellowish-grey coloured timber.
Rosales order plantsဖျောက်ဆိပ်BurmesenounPleiadesastronomy natural-sciences
Rose family plantsavensEnglishnounA plant of the genus Geum, especially Geum urbanum, or herb bennet.
Rose family plantsavensEnglishnounA plant of the genus Dryas.
Rue family plantsবেলBengalinounbael fruit, bel, Bengal quince, wood apple (Aegle marmelos)
Rue family plantsবেলBengalinounbell
Rue family plantsবেলBengalinounbail
Rue family plantsবেলBengalinouncreeper
RusheshæraIcelandicnoungrey hairfeminine
RusheshæraIcelandicnouncoarse woolfeminine
RusheshæraIcelandicnouna blanket or other cloth made from a coarse material, such as horsehairfeminine
RusheshæraIcelandicnounwoodrush (genus Luzula)biology botany natural-sciencesfeminine
RusheshæraIcelandicnountroll womanfeminine poetic
SalamanderscaudatanEnglishnounAny amphibian of the order Caudata; the salamandersbiology natural-sciences zoology
SalamanderscaudatanEnglishadjOf or pertaining to these animals
SalmonidsrockfishEnglishnounAny of a large number of different species of fish, which dwell among rocks, specifically: / A fish in the family Sebastidae, marine fishes that inhabit oceans around the worldcountable uncountable
SalmonidsrockfishEnglishnounAny of a large number of different species of fish, which dwell among rocks, specifically: / A fish in the family Sebastidae, marine fishes that inhabit oceans around the world / Sebastes, mainly of the North Pacificcountable uncountable
SalmonidsrockfishEnglishnounAny of a large number of different species of fish, which dwell among rocks, specifically: / Acanthoclinus, a genus of fish from New Zealandcountable uncountable
SalmonidsrockfishEnglishnounAny of a large number of different species of fish, which dwell among rocks, specifically: / Scyliorhinus stellaris (nursehound), a shark known as rock salmon when used in cuisinecountable uncountable
SalmonidsrockfishEnglishnounAny of a large number of different species of fish, which dwell among rocks, specifically: / Hexagrammos, a genus of greenling from the North Pacificcountable uncountable
SalmonidsrockfishEnglishnounAny of a large number of different species of fish, which dwell among rocks, specifically: / Hypoplectrodes, a genus of fish in the family Serranidaecountable uncountable
SalmonidsrockfishEnglishnounAny of a large number of different species of fish, which dwell among rocks, specifically: / Salvelinus, a genus of fish in the salmon familycountable uncountable
SalmonidsrockfishEnglishnounAny of a large number of different species of fish, which dwell among rocks, specifically: / A stonefishes (genus Synanceia), venomous fishes from the Indo-Pacificcountable uncountable
SalmonidsrockfishEnglishnounAny of a large number of different species of fish, which dwell among rocks, specifically: / A striped bass (Morone saxatilis), a species of fish from North Americacountable uncountable
SalmonidsrockfishEnglishnounAny of a large number of different species of fish, which dwell among rocks, specifically: / Certain groupers, in the subfamily Epinephelinaecountable uncountable
SalmonidsrockfishEnglishnounAny of a large number of different species of fish, which dwell among rocks, specifically: / Certain fish of genus Scorpaena, such as Madeira rockfish (Scorpaena maderensis), a common Mediterranean speciescountable uncountable
SalmonidsrockfishEnglishnounAny of a large number of different species of fish, which dwell among rocks, specifically: / Myliobatis goodei (southern eagle ray)countable uncountable
SalmonidsrockfishEnglishnounAny of a large number of different species of fish, which dwell among rocks, specifically: / A logperch (Percina caprodes), also known as common logperch or log perchcountable uncountable
SalmonidsrockfishEnglishnounAny of a large number of different species of fish, which dwell among rocks, specifically: / A long-spined bullhead (Taurulus bubalis)countable uncountable
SalmonidsrockfishEnglishnounA black person who does not know how to swim.US countable derogatory ethnic slang slur uncountable
SchoolsTAFEEnglishnounInitialism of technical and further education.Australia abbreviation alt-of initialism uncountable
SchoolsTAFEEnglishnounA college offering courses in technical and vocational education.Australia countable
SciencesakustikaLatviannounacoustics (branch of physics that studies sounds and their properties)declension-4 feminine
SciencesakustikaLatviannounacoustics (sound diffusion and audibility in a given place)declension-4 feminine
Sciences科技Chinesenounscience and technology
Sciences科技Chinesenounjuice; 'roid (anabolic steroid for bodybuilding)Mainland-China slang
Sciences科技Chinesenounmedical aesthetics treatmentMainland-China slang
SeafoodnavajaSpanishnounrazorfeminine
SeafoodnavajaSpanishnounpocketknife, penknife, jackknifefeminine
SeafoodnavajaSpanishnounrazor shell, razor clam (edible clam of genus Ensis)feminine
SeafoodnavajaSpanishnounfemale equivalent of navajofeminine form-of
SeafoodnavajaSpanishadjfeminine singular of navajofeminine form-of singular
Seasoningsน้ำตาลThainounpalmyra palm juice.
Seasoningsน้ำตาลThainouna traditional intoxicating beverage made from palmyra palm juice fermented with barks of certain plants, as เคี่ยม (kîiam), ตะเคียน (dtà-kiian), or มะเกลือ.
Seasoningsน้ำตาลThainounany intoxicating beverage made from palm juice, as palm wine, toddy, etc.broadly
Seasoningsน้ำตาลThainounsugar made from palmyra palm juice: palm sugar.archaic
Seasoningsน้ำตาลThainounsugar (of any kind).
Seasoningsน้ำตาลThainounpalm sugar like colour: brown.
SebastidsuerNorwegian Nynorsknounrose fish; Sebastes norvegicusmasculine
SebastidsuerNorwegian Nynorsknounfish of the genus Sebastesmasculine
SemanticsmetonymyEnglishnounThe use of a single characteristic or part of an object, concept or phenomenon to identify the entire object, concept, phenomenon or a related object.countable rhetoric uncountable
SemanticsmetonymyEnglishnounA metonym.countable
SemanticssemànticaCatalannounsemanticsfeminine uncountable
SemanticssemànticaCatalanadjfeminine singular of semànticfeminine form-of singular
Serranidsrock bassEnglishnounA rock bass of the genus Ambloplites, especially of the species Ambloplites rupestris and Ambloplites constellatus.
Serranidsrock bassEnglishnounA spotted grouper (Epinephelus analogus)
Serranidsrock bassEnglishnounA starry grouper (Epinephelus labriformis)
Serranidsrock bassEnglishnounA rivulated mutton hamlet (Alphestes multiguttatus)
SewingstikkenDutchverbto choke, suffocateintransitive
SewingstikkenDutchverbto suffocate, to cause problems with breathingarchaic transitive
SewingstikkenDutchverbto teem [+ van (with)] (to have an abundance of)impersonal
SewingstikkenDutchverbto stitch
SexfivesomeEnglishnounA group of five people or things.
SexfivesomeEnglishnounAn orgy (group sex) consisting of five people.
SexfivesomeEnglishadjBy fives; with fivearchaic not-comparable
SexflourMiddle EnglishnounA flower (often representing impermanence or beauty)
SexflourMiddle EnglishnounA depiction or likeness of a flower.
SexflourMiddle EnglishnounSuccess or achievement in a contest; victoriousness.
SexflourMiddle EnglishnounA virtue or benefit; something desirable.
SexflourMiddle EnglishnounThat which is unparalleled; the top or most superior.
SexflourMiddle EnglishnounFlour (i.e. the best part of a grain)
SexflourMiddle EnglishnounA powder; especially one which is white like flour.
SexflourMiddle EnglishnounAn exemplar or example of a trait or behaviour.
SexflourMiddle EnglishnounA woman's menstruation/period.
SexflourMiddle EnglishnounVirginhood; sexual abstinence.rare
SexflourMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of floralt-of alternative
SexfornicationEnglishnounSexual intercourse by people who are not married to each other, or which is considered illicit in another way.law lifestyle religioncountable uncountable
SexfornicationEnglishnounSexual intercourse in general; sex.colloquial countable uncountable
SexfrottageEnglishverbTo rub, especially to rub onto one surface placed upon another surface that is textured, in order to create a mottled or patterned area on the first surface.
SexfrottageEnglishverbTo rub parts of the body against those of another person for sexual stimulation.lifestyle sexology sexuality
SexfrottageEnglishnounA method of making an image by placing a piece of paper against an object and then rubbing over it, usually with a pencil or charcoal.art artsuncountable
SexfrottageEnglishnounAn image so made.art artscountable
SexfrottageEnglishnounThe practice of rubbing parts of the body against those of another person for sexual stimulation.lifestyle sexology sexualityuncountable
SexgriegoSpanishadjGreek (from or native to Greece)
SexgriegoSpanishadjGreek (pertaining to Greece)
SexgriegoSpanishnouna Greekmasculine
SexgriegoSpanishnounanal sexmasculine slang vulgar
SexgriegoSpanishnounGreek (language)masculine uncountable
SexgriegoSpanishnounan unintelligible languagecolloquial masculine uncountable
SexincelEnglishnounA member of an online subculture of people (mostly men) who define themselves as unable to find a romantic or sexual partner despite desiring one.countable uncountable
SexincelEnglishnounAn individual who is not sexually active despite having such a desire.countable rare uncountable
SexincelEnglishnoun"Involuntary celibacy": the state of being not sexually active despite wishing to be.lifestyle seduction-community sexualityinformal uncountable
SexincelEnglishadjNot having sexual relations despite wishing to.lifestyle seduction-community sexualitynot-comparable
SexpucelleFrenchnounmaiden; virginfeminine
SexpucelleFrenchnounmetal regulation badge worn on the chest with insignia indicating the formation to which it belongsgovernment military politics warfeminine
SexsekssLatviannounsex, gender (the two groups in which most living beings can be divided, according to their role in the reproductive process)declension-1 masculine
SexsekssLatviannounsex (sexual intercourse, sexual activity)declension-1 masculine singular usually
Sextextual harassmentEnglishnounSexual harassment in writing.uncountable
Sextextual harassmentEnglishnounAggressive, distorting literary or textual criticism.uncountable
Sextextual harassmentEnglishnounSexual harassment by means of explicit text messages.uncountable
SextoolEnglishnounAny mechanical device meant to ease or do a task.
SextoolEnglishnounAny piece of equipment used in a profession, e.g. a craftman's tools.
SextoolEnglishnounSomething to perform an operation; an instrument; a means.
SextoolEnglishnounA piece of software used to develop software or hardware, or to perform low-level operations.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
SextoolEnglishnounA person or group which is used or controlled, usually unwittingly, by another person or group.
SextoolEnglishnounAn obnoxious or uptight person.broadly derogatory slang vulgar
SextoolEnglishnounA particular skill pertaining to baseball (such as hitting, running, etc.).ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
SextoolEnglishnounA penis, notably with a sexual or erotic connotation.informal vulgar
SextoolEnglishnounA gun.Canada Multicultural-London-English US slang
SextoolEnglishverbTo work on or shape with tools, e.g., hand-tooled leather.transitive
SextoolEnglishverbTo equip with tools.transitive
SextoolEnglishverbTo work very hard.intransitive
SextoolEnglishverbTo put down another person (possibly in a subtle, hidden way), and in that way to use him or her to meet a goal.slang transitive
SextoolEnglishverbTo intentionally attack the ball so that it deflects off a blocker out of bounds.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle sports volleyballtransitive
SextoolEnglishverbTo drive (a coach or other vehicle).UK dated slang transitive
SextoolEnglishverbTo carry or convey in a coach or other vehicle.UK dated slang transitive
SextoolEnglishverbTo travel in a vehicle; to ride or drive.intransitive slang
SexनिरोधMarathinounrestraint, confinement
SexनिरोधMarathinouncondom
SexあなほりJapanesenoundigging a hole; hole-digging
SexあなほりJapanesenounanal sexslang vulgar
ShapesroscaSpanishnoundoughnut, bagelfeminine
ShapesroscaSpanishnoundoughnut-shaped objectfeminine
ShapesroscaSpanishnounscrew threadfeminine
ShapesroscaSpanishnounspin (rotation of the ball as it flies through the air; sideways movement of the ball as it bounces)ball-games games handball hobbies lifestyle sportsfeminine
ShapesroscaSpanishnouncurl (arc-shaped trajectory of the ball through the air)ball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sportsfeminine
ShapesroscaSpanishnounpopcornCanary-Islands Eastern feminine
ShapesroscaSpanishnounAn influential and exclusive group of individuals who form a tightly knit circle; an elite.government politicsArgentina Colombia Panama Venezuela feminine informal
ShapesroscaSpanishverbinflection of roscar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
ShapesroscaSpanishverbinflection of roscar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
SilenceszünetHungariannounpause, break (temporary stop, rest or cease in activity)
SilenceszünetHungariannounrecess (short time off in between school classes, during court trials and parliamentary meetings)
SilenceszünetHungariannounintermission (break between two parts of a performance, such as at a concert or play)
SilenceszünetHungariannounvacation, break (period during which schools, theaters or other institutions are closed)
SilenceszünetHungariannounrest (pause of a specified length in a piece of music)entertainment lifestyle music
SilenceszünetHungariannounpause (button whose functions are pausing and resuming an electrical appliance)
SixsešiLatviannumsix (the cipher, the cardinal number six)
SixsešiLatviannumsix (an amount equal to six)
SixsešiLatviannumsix o'clock (a moment in time; six hours after midnight, or after noon)
SizegarstkaPolishnounDiminutive of garść.diminutive feminine form-of
SizegarstkaPolishnounhandful (a small number)feminine
SkeletonesqueletoPortuguesenounskeleton (bones of an organism)anatomy medicine sciencesmasculine
SkeletonesqueletoPortuguesenounskeleton (undead)fiction literature media publishingmasculine
SkeletonesqueletoPortuguesenouna very thin personderogatory figuratively masculine
SkeletonesqueletoPortuguesenounframe; frameworkmasculine
SkeletontrapezoidEnglishnounA (convex) quadrilateral with two (non-adjacent) parallel sides.geometry mathematics sciencesCanada US
SkeletontrapezoidEnglishnounA convex quadrilateral with no sides parallel.geometry mathematics sciencesAustralia British New-Zealand
SkeletontrapezoidEnglishnounThe trapezoid bone of the wrist.anatomy medicine sciences
Skiingsnow bunnyEnglishnounAn inexperienced, usually female skier.Canada US slang
Skiingsnow bunnyEnglishnounA young, attractive, female skier; a sexually active young woman attracted to the promiscuous après-ski way of life.Canada US slang
Skiingsnow bunnyEnglishnounA sexually attractive white woman.slang
Skiingsnow bunnyEnglishnounA white woman who pursues sexual relationships with black men.derogatory ethnic slang slur sometimes
Skiingsnow bunnyEnglishnounA woman who uses cocaine.slang
Skin皮膚Chinesenounskin; dermis
Skin皮膚Chinesenounskincomputing engineering graphical-user-interface mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
Skin皮膚Chinesenounskin (alternative outfit for a game character)video-games
Sleepflake outEnglishverbTo fall asleep from exhaustion.informal intransitive
Sleepflake outEnglishverbTo flake or be flaky: to prove unreliable; to abandon or desert.informal intransitive
SmellolfactoryEnglishadjConcerning the sense of smell.not-comparable relational
SmellolfactoryEnglishnounEllipsis of olfactory organ.anatomy biology medicine natural-sciences sciences zoology zootomyabbreviation alt-of ellipsis
SmellolfactoryEnglishnounThe sense of smell.in-plural
SmellعطرPersiannounperfume
SmellعطرPersiannounodour
SmellعطرPersiannounscent
SmokingთუთუნიLaznountobacco
SmokingთუთუნიLaznouncigarette
SoricomorphserdEnglishnounAlternative form of earthalt-of alternative dialectal rare
SoricomorphserdEnglishnounThe common European shrew (Sorex vulgaris); the shrewmouse or erd shrew.biology natural-sciences zoology
SoundsonanceEnglishnounA sound; a tune.countable obsolete uncountable
SoundsonanceEnglishnounThe quality or state of being sonant.countable obsolete uncountable
SoundтауышBashkirnounvoice
SoundтауышBashkirnounsound; noise
SoundтауышBashkirnounvote
SoundsgrumblingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of grumbleform-of gerund participle present
SoundsgrumblingEnglishnouncomplaining
SoundsgrumblingEnglishnounrumbling
SoundskřápCzechintjbang, crash, the sound of a strong impact and breaking
SoundskřápCzechnounshabby or worn-out footwearinanimate masculine
SoundskřápCzechnounpiece of junkinanimate masculine
SoundskřápCzechnounchatter, natterinanimate masculine
SoundskřápCzechnounlazy person, idler, loaferanimate informal masculine
SoupskapłonPolishnouncapon (a cockerel which has been gelded and fattened for the table)animal-not-person masculine
SoupskapłonPolishnountype of soupanimal-not-person masculine obsolete
Soupstil-ogCebuanonouna dish using a smalltooth emperor as a main ingredient, often served to a sick person much like chicken soup
Soupstil-ogCebuanoverbto prepare such dish
South Levantine Arabic cardinal numbersألفEgyptian Arabicnumthousand
SpearspikaPolishnounpike (long spear)feminine
SpearspikaPolishnoungenitive singular of pikform-of genitive inanimate masculine singular
SpearspikaPolishnounaccusative singular of pik (a spade in card games)accusative colloquial form-of inanimate masculine nonstandard singular
SpearspikaPolishverbthird-person singular present of pikaćform-of present singular third-person
Spicesज़ीराHindinouncumin
Spicesज़ीराHindinouncaraway
Spices and herbsSchnittlauchGermannoun(Allium schoenoprasum)collective masculine strong
Spices and herbsSchnittlauchGermannounchive (herb)collective masculine strong
SportsequipoGaliciannounteammasculine
SportsequipoGaliciannounsupplies, provisionsmasculine
SportsfutóHungarianverbpresent participle of futform-of participle present
SportsfutóHungarianadjrunningnot-comparable
SportsfutóHungarianadjmomentary, hasty, superficialnot-comparable
SportsfutóHungariannounrunner (somebody who runs)
SportsfutóHungariannounbishopboard-games chess games
Spurgescoral plantEnglishnounAny of several flowering plants: / Balanophora coralliformis in the family Balanophoraceae
Spurgescoral plantEnglishnounAny of several flowering plants: / Berberidopsis corallina in the family Berberidopsidaceae
Spurgescoral plantEnglishnounAny of several flowering plants: / Jatropha multifida in the spurge family, Euphorbiaceae
Spurgescoral plantEnglishnounAny of several flowering plants: / Russelia equisetiformis in the plantain family, Plantaginaceae
StatisticsestadísticoSpanishadjstatistic
StatisticsestadísticoSpanishnounstatisticianmasculine
Stone fruitsтеренUkrainiannounsloe, blackthorn (Prunus spinosa)
Stone fruitsтеренUkrainiannounland, territory
String instrumentshuyềnVietnamesenouna stringarchaic
String instrumentshuyềnVietnameseadjblackusually
Suckers (fish)sailfishEnglishnounA fish of the genus Istiophorus, having a characteristic sail-like fin on its back.
Suckers (fish)sailfishEnglishnounThe basking shark (Cetorhinus maximus).
Suckers (fish)sailfishEnglishnounThe quillback (Carpiodes cyprinus).
SugarsشكرOttoman Turkishnounsugar, sucrose obtained by various plants, such as the sugar cane or the sugar beet
SugarsشكرOttoman Turkishnounsugar-plum, comfit, a round or oval piece of candy made of boiled sugar
SugarsشكرOttoman Turkishnounthankfulness, gratitude, gratefulness, the state of being thankful
SurgeryFRCSEnglishnounInitialism of Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons.abbreviation alt-of initialism
SurgeryFRCSEnglishnounInitialism of Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons.abbreviation alt-of initialism
SwordslightsaberEnglishnounA sword having a blade made of a powerful beam of light or energy.literature media publishing science-fiction
SwordslightsaberEnglishnounA real-world toy, prop, or device fashioned after the fictional lightsaber.
Systemsmetric systemEnglishnounThe system of units developed in France in the 1790s and now used worldwide.
Systemsmetric systemEnglishnounThe modern version of that system, Système International d'Unités (International System of Units), or SI that is based on the base units of the meter/metre, the kilogram, the second, the ampere, the kelvin, the mole, and the candela.
Systemsmetric systemEnglishnounAny variant of that system that was not codified as SI, such as cgs.
Tagalog ordinal numbersikalabing-isaTagalogadjeleventh
Tagalog ordinal numbersikalabing-isaTagalognouneleventh place
Tagalog ordinal numbersikalabing-isaTagalognouneleventh placer
Tagalog ordinal numbersikalabing-isaTagalognouneleventh (of the month)
Tagalog ordinal numbersikalabing-isaTagalognouneleven o'clockformal
TalkingveltalenhetNorwegian Bokmålnouneloquencefeminine masculine
TalkingveltalenhetNorwegian Bokmålnounrhetoricfeminine masculine
TastepepperyEnglishadjResembling or characteristic of pepper, especially in having a spicy taste.
TastepepperyEnglishadjHaving a fiery temperament.figuratively
TastesmakPolishnounthe sense of tasteinanimate masculine
TastesmakPolishnouna particular taste; a flavourinanimate masculine
TaxationmagbubuhisCebuanonouna person who is subject to, liable for, or pays tax as opposed to a nontaxpayer who is neither the subject nor the object of revenue laws
TaxationmagbubuhisCebuanonounall of the people, collectively, in a population who pay tax (especially used in the context of the government financing something using the tax revenue)
TelecommunicationsemissoraCatalanadjfeminine singular of emissorfeminine form-of singular
TelecommunicationsemissoraCatalannounstation (broadcasting entity)feminine
TemperatureжегаBulgariannounsweltering heat
TemperatureжегаBulgariannounsultriness (weather condition)
Tennessee, USAサンタフェJapanesenameSanta Fe
Tennessee, USAサンタフェJapanesenameSanta Fé (a municipality of Paraná, Brazil)
TermitesisopterEnglishnounA line on a graph or diagram showing places of equal visual acuity
TermitesisopterEnglishnounAny termite of the infraorder Isoptera
TetraodontiformssclerodermEnglishnounAlternative form of scleroderma.medicine pathology sciencesalt-of alternative
TetraodontiformssclerodermEnglishnounOne of a tribe of plectognath fishes (Sclerodermi) having the skin covered with hard scales, or plates, such as the cowfish and trunkfish.biology natural-sciences zoologyobsolete
TetraodontiformssclerodermEnglishnounOne of the Sclerodermata; a madrepore.biology natural-sciences zoologyobsolete
TetraodontiformssclerodermEnglishnounA hardened or bony integument of various animals.
TextilesfelpaItaliannounplush, fleecebusiness manufacturing textilesfeminine
TextilesfelpaItaliannounsweatshirtfeminine
TextilesfelpaItalianverbinflection of felpare: / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
TextilesfelpaItalianverbinflection of felpare: / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
TextilesChinesecharacterkapok (tree, fiber)
TextilesChinesecharactercotton (tree, fiber)
TextilesChinesecharactercotton-like material
TextilesChinesecharactera surname: Mian
Textual divisionبندArabicnounclause, term, article, paragraph (in a legal instrument)
Textual divisionبندArabicnounitem, unit (legal objects being subject to a certain legal or economical treatment)
Textual divisionبندArabicnounpoint, issue (in a verbal exposition)
Textual divisionبندArabicnounbanner, flag, standard
ThinkingsapiensLatinverbdiscerning, wise, judiciousactive declension-3 form-of one-termination participle present
ThinkingsapiensLatinverbdiscreetactive declension-3 form-of one-termination participle present
ThinkingsapiensLatinverba wise man, sage, philosopheractive declension-3 form-of masculine one-termination participle present substantive
ThinkingsuponerSpanishverbto suppose, to surmise, to assume, to guess, to imagine, to figure, to say, to take it
ThinkingsuponerSpanishverbto presume, to expect
ThinkingsuponerSpanishverbto comprise, make up
ThinkingsuponerSpanishverbto pose (e.g. a risk, a threat, a danger)
ThinkingsuponerSpanishverbto mean, to imply, to represent
ThinkingsuponerSpanishverbto involve, to entail
ThinkingsuponerSpanishverbto hypothesize
ThinkingsuponerSpanishverbto assume (without a specified subject)reflexive
ThinkingsuponerSpanishverbto be assumedreflexive
ThinkingsuponerSpanishverbto be meant, to be supposedreflexive
ThinkingглазRussiannouneye
ThinkingглазRussiannouneyesight
ThinkingглазRussiannounview, opinion
ThistlesobriüllsCatalannouncaltrop (weapon)historical invariable masculine
ThistlesobriüllsCatalannounred starthistle (Centaurea calcitrapa)in-plural invariable masculine
ThistlesobriüllsCatalannounpuncture vine or caltrop (Tribulus terrestris)in-plural invariable masculine
ThrushesrossignolFrenchnounnightingalemasculine
ThrushesrossignolFrenchnounpicklock, skeleton keymasculine
ThrushesrossignolFrenchnounpiece of junkcolloquial masculine
TimechronologicallyEnglishadvIn a chronological manner; with reference to time.manner
TimechronologicallyEnglishadvIn sequence according to time.sequence
TimemwongoSwahilinounliar, cheatclass-1 class-2
TimemwongoSwahilinoundecadeclass-3 class-4
TimemwongoSwahilinoungroup of ten of somethingclass-3 class-4
TimepastEnglishnounThe period of time that has already happened, in contrast to the present and the future.
TimepastEnglishnounThe past tense.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
TimepastEnglishadjHaving already happened; in the past; finished.
TimepastEnglishadjFollowing expressions of time to indicate how long ago something happened; ago.
TimepastEnglishadjOf a period of time: having just gone by; previous.
TimepastEnglishadjOf a tense, expressing action that has already happened or a previously-existing state.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
TimepastEnglishadvIn a direction that passes.
TimepastEnglishprepBeyond in place or quantity
TimepastEnglishprepAny number of minutes after the last hourtime
TimepastEnglishprepNo longer capable of.
TimepastEnglishprepHaving recovered or moved on from (a traumatic experience, etc.).
TimepastEnglishprepPassing by, especially without stopping or being delayed.
TimepastEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of passform-of obsolete participle past
TimepreplanetaryEnglishadjBefore the existence or formation of planets.not-comparable
TimepreplanetaryEnglishadjRelating to a stage in the life of a red giant star or its preplanetary nebula during the star's final stages of lifenot-comparable
TimesegundoTagalognounsecond (unit of time)
TimesegundoTagalognounsecond place
TimesegundoTagalognounEllipsis of segundo almuwerso: midmorning snack; second breakfastabbreviation alt-of ellipsis
TimesegundoTagalogadjsecond; in second place
TimeтӧлысьKomi-Zyriannounmoon
TimeтӧлысьKomi-Zyriannounmonth
TimeтӧлысьKomi-Zyriannounelative singular of тӧв (töv, “wind”)elative form-of singular
TimeтӧлысьKomi-Zyriannounelative singular of тӧв (töv, “winter”)elative form-of singular
TimeդարArmeniannouncentury, 100 years
TimeդարArmeniannounage, epoch
TimeդարArmeniannounhill, hillock, knoll
TimeܫܘܦܪܐClassical Syriacnounbeauty
TimeܫܘܦܪܐClassical Syriacnounfairness, grace, elegance
TimeܫܘܦܪܐClassical Syriacnounglory
TimeܫܘܦܪܐClassical Syriacnounfavor/favour, good deed, virtue
TimeܫܘܦܪܐClassical Syriacnounbest part
TimeܫܘܦܪܐClassical Syriacnoundawn
Time平時Chineseadvnormally; usually; ordinarily
Time平時Chineseadvduring peacetime
Time年歲Chinesenounage (of a person)
Time年歲Chinesenounlong period of time
Time年歲Chinesenounage; era; period
Time年歲Chinesenounyear's harvest
TinlataTagalognouncan; tin can
TinlataTagalognountin (metal)
TinlataTagalognouncan of kerosene
TinlataTagalogadjmade of tin
TinlataTagalognounsoftness; tenderness (of meat, etc.)
TinlataTagalognounweakness; flabbiness; lack of firmness
Tissues組織Chineseverbto organize; to arrange
Tissues組織Chineseverbto spin and weave fabricClassical
Tissues組織Chineseverbto compose poetryClassical
Tissues組織Chinesenounorganization (group of people with a purpose) (Classifier: 個/个 m)
Tissues組織Chinesenountissue (Classifier: 個/个 m)biology natural-sciences
Titlesไอ้Thainounused as a title for a male animal.
Titlesไอ้Thainounused as a term of address to or title for a male commoner.archaic derogatory offensive
Titlesไอ้Thainounused as a term of address to or title for a man.derogatory offensive vulgar
Titlesไอ้Thainounused as a familiar or affectionate term of address to or title for anyone.slang vulgar
Titlesไอ้Thainounused as a term of address to or title for anyone or anything; used as a prefix by way of emphasisslang vulgar
ToastssantéFrenchnounhealthfeminine
ToastssantéFrenchintjcheers! (as said when drinking)
Toasts乾杯Chineseverbto toast; to drink a toast
Toasts乾杯Chineseintjcheers!; bottoms up!colloquial
ToolscharrueFrenchnounploughagriculture business lifestylefeminine
ToolscharrueFrenchnounsnow plow (US), snow plough (UK)Quebec feminine
ToolsdrukhCimbriannounimprint, impressionSette-Comuni masculine
ToolsdrukhCimbriannounpress (print media)Sette-Comuni masculine
ToolsdrukhCimbriannounpress (for foods)Sette-Comuni masculine
ToolsdrukhCimbriannounconstipationSette-Comuni masculine
ToolsharjaIngriannounmane
ToolsharjaIngriannouncomb, crest
ToolsharjaIngriannounbrush (instrument)
ToolsjehlaCzechnounneedle, sewing needlefeminine
ToolsjehlaCzechnounneedle, phonograph needlefeminine
ToolsmolaItaliannounmillstonefeminine
ToolsmolaItaliannoungrindstonefeminine
ToolsmolaItaliannounhoningfeminine
ToolsmolaItaliannounwater mill; especially one of the mills once found adjacent Isola Tiberinafeminine historical
ToolsmolaItaliannounangle grinder, disc grinder, side grinder (power tool with a perpendicular abrasive disc)colloquial feminine
ToolsmolaItaliannounbench grindercolloquial feminine
ToolsmolaItalianverbinflection of molare: / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
ToolsmolaItalianverbinflection of molare: / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
ToolsmoldboardEnglishnounA curved piece of metal on a plow or bulldozer that clears the free dirt from the blade.
ToolsmoldboardEnglishnounA follow board.
ToolspestoneItaliannounpounder (tool)masculine
ToolspestoneItaliannountreading, tramplingmasculine
ToolspáčidloCzechnouncrowbarneuter
ToolspáčidloCzechnounjemmy, jimmyneuter
ToolsrakielPolishnoundoctor blade, squeegee (printing tool)media printing publishinginanimate masculine
ToolsrakielPolishnoundoctor blade (tool used to press film or other similar materials onto something and to remove irregularities from their surface)inanimate masculine
ToolsтёркаRussiannoungrater
ToolsтёркаRussiannounfloat (trowel for smoothing plaster)
ToolsтёркаRussiannounhuller (machine for extracting seeds from the heads of clover, flax, etc.)agriculture business lifestyle
ToolsтёркаRussiannounradulabiology natural-sciences zoology
ToolsтёркаRussiannounsquabbleslang
ToolsدگنكOttoman Turkishnounstick, wand, cane, an elongated piece of wood, typically put to some use
ToolsدگنكOttoman Turkishnounferule, a ruler-shaped instrument, generally used to slap children on the hand
ToolsدگنكOttoman Turkishnounbastinado, a blow with a cudgel or stick, or a beating with sticks
ToolsদূরবিনBengalinounbinoculars
ToolsদূরবিনBengalinountelescope
Toolsค้อนThainounhammer: beating tool.
Toolsค้อนThainounsimilar object, as mallet, gavel, etc.
Toolsค้อนThaiverbto give a side glance or to look askance, especially as a sign of disapproval or discontent; to express disapproval or discontent by such means.
ToyspupaPolishnounbum, rear, buttocksanatomy medicine scienceschildish euphemistic feminine
ToyspupaPolishnoundoll, puppetfeminine obsolete
Translingual punctuation marks`lcub`TranslingualpunctUsed to add a comment to the left of and encompassing one or more lines, or to indicate that items to the right are subdivisions of the item on the left. Compare }.
Translingual punctuation marks`lcub`TranslingualpunctUsed in { }.
Translingual punctuation marks`lcub`TranslingualpunctUsed to start an array literal in mathematics.
TravelfareMiddle EnglishnounA journey, course, or travel.uncountable
TravelfareMiddle EnglishnounA group on a journey.uncountable