Sample of disambiguated categories (>1 candidate)

Sample of disambiguated categories (>1 candidate)

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ActingactorEnglishnounSomeone who institutes a legal suit; a plaintiff or complainant.lawobsolete
ActingactorEnglishnounSomeone acting on behalf of someone else; a guardian.obsolete
ActingactorEnglishnounSomeone or something that takes part in some action; a doer, an agent.
ActingactorEnglishnounA person who acts a part in a theatrical play or (later) in film or television; a dramatic performer.
ActingactorEnglishnounAn advocate or proctor in civil courts or causes.Ancient-Rome obsolete
ActingactorEnglishnounThe subject performing the action of a verb.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
ActingactorEnglishnounThe entity that performs a role (in use case analysis).computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences software
AfghanistanpuštunsLatviannounPashtun, a member of the Pashtun peopledeclension-1 masculine
AfghanistanpuštunsLatviannounPashtun, relating to the Pashtun people, their language and culturedeclension-1 genitive masculine plural
AfterliferesurrectEnglishverbTo raise from the dead, to bring life back to.transitive
AfterliferesurrectEnglishverbTo rise from the dead; return to life.intransitive
AfterliferesurrectEnglishverbTo restore to a working state.transitive
AfterliferesurrectEnglishverbTo bring back to view or attention; reinstate.transitive
AgeܫܒܪܐClassical Syriacnountoddler, child, infant (under five years old)
AgeܫܒܪܐClassical Syriacnouncandlewick
AgeܫܒܪܐClassical Syriacnounharmal, Syrian ruebiology botany natural-sciences
AgeܫܒܪܐClassical Syriacnounwick made from harmalbroadly
AgricultureagribusinessEnglishnounBusiness (especially big business) connected to agriculture, either owning or operating large-scale farms, or catering to those who do.uncountable
AgricultureagribusinessEnglishnounA business or group of businesses engaged in agriculture, particularly if using modern farming techniques in the process.countable
AgricultureartiLithuanianadvnearby, close, around
AgricultureartiLithuanianprepnear, close towith-genitive
AgricultureartiLithuanianadjnominative feminine plural of artusfeminine form-of nominative plural
AgricultureartiLithuanianverbplough (use a plough to create furrows for planting)transitive with-accusative
AgriculturedongeMiddle EnglishnounDung or feces, especially of animals (used in medicine or fertiliser)uncountable
AgriculturedongeMiddle EnglishnounRubbish, garbage; items for disposal.uncountable
AgriculturedongeMiddle EnglishnounImmoral or sinful things.figuratively rare uncountable
AgriculturedongeMiddle EnglishnounThe depths of Hell.rare uncountable
AgricultureܢܝܪܐClassical Syriacnounyoke (for oxen)
AgricultureܢܝܪܐClassical Syriacnounbeam (of a loom)
AgricultureܢܝܪܐClassical Syriacnounweft, woof
AgricultureܢܝܪܐClassical Syriacnounservice, servitude, bondagefiguratively
AgricultureܢܝܪܐClassical Syriacnountie of a vine to its prop
AgricultureܢܝܪܐClassical Syriacnamestar in Ursa Minor, possibly Pherkad (Gamma Ursae Minoris)astronomy natural-sciences
Alcoholic beveragesalkoholIndonesiannounalcohol / Any of a class of organic compounds (such as ethanol) containing a hydroxyl functional group (-OH).chemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciences
Alcoholic beveragesalkoholIndonesiannounalcohol / Ethanol
Alcoholic beveragesalkoholIndonesiannounalcohol / Beverages containing ethanol, collectively.colloquial
AlgaealgologyEnglishnounThe branch of botany dealing with algae.uncountable
AlgaealgologyEnglishnounThe medical treatment of pain as practiced in Greece and Turkey.uncountable
AlkaloidsnicotineEnglishnounAn alkaloid (C₁₀H₁₄N₂), commonly occurring in the tobacco plant. In small doses it is a habit-forming stimulant; in larger doses it is toxic and is often used in insecticides.chemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciencesuncountable
AlkaloidsnicotineEnglishnounTobacco, cigarettesfiguratively uncountable
Amaranths and goosefootsтеріскенKazakhnounstye
Amaranths and goosefootsтеріскенKazakhnounwinterfat, Krascheninnikovia
AmbiguityhomonymEnglishnounA word that both sounds and is spelled the same as another word.human-sciences linguistics sciences semanticsstrict-sense
AmbiguityhomonymEnglishnounA word that sounds or is spelled the same as another word (but not necessarily both), technically called a homophone (same sound, different spelling) or a homograph (same spelling, different sound), or if both are the same, a homonym.broadly
AmbiguityhomonymEnglishnounA name for a taxon that is identical in spelling to another name that belongs to a different taxon.biology natural-sciences taxonomy
American Civil WarLincolniteEnglishnounA supporter of Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865), his policies, or Northern interests during the American Civil War.US historical
American Civil WarLincolniteEnglishnounA member or alumnus of Lincoln College, Oxford.informal
Anarchismanarcho-fascismEnglishnounAny philosophy holding both anarchist and fascist positions.government politicsuncountable
Anarchismanarcho-fascismEnglishnounNational-anarchism.government politicsspecifically uncountable
Anarchismphilosophical anarchistEnglishadjof, supporting, relating to, or advocating philosophical anarchismeconomics government politics science sciencesnot-comparable
Anarchismphilosophical anarchistEnglishnouna person who advocates philosophical anarchism.economics government politics science sciences
AnatomyadeeʼNavajonounantler, horn, tusk, antenna (of an animal)
AnatomyadeeʼNavajonounladle, dipper, spoon
AnatomyadeeʼNavajonounwild gourd (Cucurbita foetidissima)
AnatomyadeeʼNavajonounbottle gourd, calabash vine (Lagenaria siceraria)
AnatomyadeeʼNavajonoungourd (the dried and hardened shell of a gourd fruit)
AnatomyaxillaLatinnounlittle wingdeclension-1
AnatomyaxillaLatinnounaxilla, armpitdeclension-1
AnatomycataractMiddle Englishnouncataractmedicine sciences
AnatomycataractMiddle EnglishnounA gate guarding the entrance to Heaven.Christianity
AnatomyelbowEnglishnounThe joint between the upper arm and the forearm.anatomy medicine sciences
AnatomyelbowEnglishnounAny turn or bend like that of the elbow, in a wall, building, coastline, etc.; an angular or jointed part of any structure, such as the raised arm of a chair or sofa, or a short pipe fitting, turning at an angle or bent.broadly
AnatomyelbowEnglishnounA detective.US dated
AnatomyelbowEnglishnounPart of a basketball court located at the intersection of the free-throw line and the free-throw lane.ball-games basketball games hobbies lifestyle sports
AnatomyelbowEnglishnounA hit with the elbow.
AnatomyelbowEnglishnounTwo nearby crossings of a rope.
AnatomyelbowEnglishverbTo push with the elbow or elbows; to forge ahead using the elbows to assist.transitive
AnatomyelbowEnglishverbTo strike with the elbow.transitive
AnatomyelbowEnglishverbTo nudge, jostle or push.transitive
AnatomyelbowEnglishverbTo make someone quit or lose their job so that someone else can get it.transitive with "out" or "aside"
AnatomyngamuGamilaraaynounbreastmilk
AnatomyngamuGamilaraaynounbreast
AnatomyngamuGamilaraaynounmilk
AnatomyoperculumEnglishnounA covering flap in animals, such as a gill cover.biology natural-sciences zoology
AnatomyoperculumEnglishnounThe lidlike portion of a moss sporangium or of a fruit that detaches to allow the dispersal of spores or seeds.biology botany natural-sciences
AnatomyoperculumEnglishnounA gum flap covering (part of) a partially erupted tooth, usually a wisdom tooth.dentistry medicine sciences
AnatomyoperculumEnglishnounA structure which serves as a cover or lid.
AnatomyoperculumEnglishnounOne of several flaps of cerebral cortex covering the insula.anatomy medicine sciences
AnatomyshijaaʼNavajoverbthey lie somewhere, are located somewhere (profusion of small, visually difficult to count objects as sand, seeds or pebbles)
AnatomyshijaaʼNavajonounmy ear
AnatomyyvoryMiddle Englishnounivory
AnatomyyvoryMiddle EnglishadjMade of ivory
AnatomyȝerdeMiddle EnglishnounA bar or rod; a long, skinny piece of material: / A twig or shoot; a small branch or extension from a trunk.
AnatomyȝerdeMiddle EnglishnounA bar or rod; a long, skinny piece of material: / A crutch or staff; a bar used to support something.
AnatomyȝerdeMiddle EnglishnounA bar or rod; a long, skinny piece of material: / A baton; a bar used as a blunt weapon.
AnatomyȝerdeMiddle EnglishnounA bar or rod; a long, skinny piece of material: / A bar used to stop a joint from moving; a splint.
AnatomyȝerdeMiddle EnglishnounA bar or rod; a long, skinny piece of material: / A rod used to represent legitimacy, right, and might.
AnatomyȝerdeMiddle EnglishnounA bar or rod; a long, skinny piece of material: / A magical or mystical rod.rare
AnatomyȝerdeMiddle EnglishnounA bar or rod; a long, skinny piece of material: / A ruler totalling a yard.rare
AnatomyȝerdeMiddle EnglishnounOne's penis or phallus; the main sexual organ of a male.
AnatomyȝerdeMiddle EnglishnounA yard (unit of length consisting of three feet, often used for fabric)
AnatomyȝerdeMiddle EnglishnounA unit of area averaging approximately 30 acres; a virgate.
AnatomyȝerdeMiddle EnglishnounAn upright slab of wood which a sail is attached onto.
AnatomyȝerdeMiddle EnglishnounAn offspring or heir; one that descends from a lineage.
AnatomyȝerdeMiddle EnglishnounA line or column of smoke or mist.rare
AnatomyȝerdeMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of yerd (“land; property”)alt-of alternative
AnatomyмӯӈиMansinounegg
AnatomyмӯӈиMansinountesticle
AnatomyաճուկArmeniannoungroin (the fold or depression on either side of the body between the abdomen and the upper thigh)
AnatomyաճուկArmeniannounpubisdialectal
AnatomyաճուկArmeniannounpelvisdialectal
AnatomyաճուկArmeniannounthighdialectal
AnatomyأنفArabicnounnose
AnatomyأنفArabicverbfirst-person singular non-past active jussive of نَفَا (nafā)active first-person form-i form-of jussive non-past singular
AnatomyأنفArabicverbfirst-person singular non-past passive jussive of نَفَا (nafā)first-person form-i form-of jussive non-past passive singular
AnatomyأنفArabicverbfirst-person singular non-past passive jussive of نَفَى (nafā)first-person form-i form-of jussive non-past passive singular
AnatomyأنفArabicverbfirst-person singular non-past active jussive of نَفَى (nafā)active first-person form-i form-of jussive non-past singular
Ancient Near EastHieroglyphic LuwianEnglishnamea variant of the Luwian language, recorded in official and royal seals and a small number of monumental inscriptions, written in a hieroglyphic script known as Anatolian hieroglyphs
Ancient Near EastHieroglyphic LuwianEnglishadjof or pertaining to the Hieroglyphic Luwian languagenot-comparable
Ancient RomeDalmatiaEnglishnameA region of Croatia, on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea.
Ancient RomeDalmatiaEnglishnameA province of the Roman Empire.historical
AngerhatenMiddle EnglishverbTo feel negative emotions towards (something): / To feel dislike or hatred towards (someone).
AngerhatenMiddle EnglishverbTo feel negative emotions towards (something): / To hate (someone); to permanently dislike someone.
AngerhatenMiddle EnglishverbTo feel negative emotions towards (something): / To view (someone) as beneath oneself; to feel contemptuous towards someone.
AngerhatenMiddle EnglishverbTo feel negative emotions towards (something): / To dislike doing (something).rare
AngerhatenMiddle EnglishverbTo perform negative acts towards (something): / To attack, punish, or harass (someone).
AngerhatenMiddle EnglishverbTo perform negative acts towards (something): / To refuse or avoid (something); to shun, to scorn.
AngerhatenMiddle EnglishverbTo perform negative acts towards (something): / To ruin; to cause the destruction (of something).
AngerhatenMiddle EnglishverbTo perform negative acts towards (something): / To be inherently opposed to something.rare
AnglicanismdeaneryEnglishnounThe position held by a dean.
AnglicanismdeaneryEnglishnounThe house in which a dean lives.
AnglicanismdeaneryEnglishnounThe group of parishes for which a rural dean has responsibility.
Animal body partscockscombEnglishnounThe fleshy red crest of a rooster
Animal body partscockscombEnglishnounA red cap once worn by court jesters
Animal body partscockscombEnglishnounA yellow rattle, Rhinanthus minor (flowering plant native to Eurasia)
Animal body partscockscombEnglishnounAn annual garden plant (Celosia argentea var. cristata, syn. Celosia cristata), having showy red clusters of flowers
Animal body partscockscombEnglishnounA conceited dandyarchaic
Animal body partscockscombEnglishnounA serrated cleat once fitted to the yards of a square-rigged ship and used when the sail was being reefednautical transport
Animal soundsbrayEnglishverbOf an animal (now chiefly of animals related to the ass or donkey, and the camel): to make its cry.intransitive
Animal soundsbrayEnglishverbTo make a harsh, discordant sound like a donkey's bray.broadly intransitive
Animal soundsbrayEnglishverbTo make or utter (a shout, sound, etc.) discordantly, loudly, or in a harsh and grating manner.transitive
Animal soundsbrayEnglishnounThe cry of an animal, now chiefly that of animals related to the ass or donkey, or the camel.
Animal soundsbrayEnglishnounAny discordant, grating, or harsh sound.broadly
Animal soundsbrayEnglishverbTo crush or pound, especially using a pestle and mortar.archaic transitive
Animal soundsbrayEnglishverbTo hit (someone or something).Britain Yorkshire broadly transitive
AnimalsտզրուկOld Armeniannounleech
AnimalsտզրուկOld Armeniannounbloodsuckerfiguratively
Anthemideae tribe plantsröllekaSwedishnouncommon yarrowcommon-gender
Anthemideae tribe plantsröllekaSwedishnounany herb of the genus Achilleacommon-gender
Apiales order plantsdesert willowEnglishnounAny of several species of willow that grow in desert regions
Apiales order plantsdesert willowEnglishnounOther trees or shrubs that have willow-like leaves or weeping habit: / Chilopsis linearisUS
Apiales order plantsdesert willowEnglishnounOther trees or shrubs that have willow-like leaves or weeping habit: / Pittosporum angustifoliumAustralia
Apieae tribe plantsQueen Anne's laceEnglishnounA flowering plant, species Daucus carota, especially the flowering part of the plant.Canada US uncountable
Apieae tribe plantsQueen Anne's laceEnglishnounAmmi majus (false Queen Anne's lace), native to the Nile River Valley, with white lace-like flower clusters.uncountable
Apieae tribe plantsQueen Anne's laceEnglishnounAnthriscus sylvestris (cow parsley), a herbaceous biennial or short-lived perennial plant in the family Apiaceae.uncountable
Appearancebeauty sleepEnglishnounOriginally, sleep taken before midnight, on the belief that early sleep hours conduce to beauty and health; now (chiefly humorous), sleep at any time needed by one to stay beautiful; (countable) an instance of such sleep.idiomatic uncountable
Appearancebeauty sleepEnglishnounExtra sleep; also (generally), any sleep; (countable) an instance of this; an extra nap.humorous idiomatic uncountable
AppearanceornamentEnglishnounAn element of decoration; that which embellishes or adorns.countable uncountable
AppearanceornamentEnglishnounA Christmas tree decoration.countable uncountable
AppearanceornamentEnglishnounA musical flourish that is unnecessary to the overall melodic or harmonic line, but serves to decorate that line.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
AppearanceornamentEnglishnounThe articles used in church services.Christianitycountable in-plural uncountable
AppearanceornamentEnglishnounA characteristic that has a decorative function (typically in order to attract a mate)biology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
AppearanceornamentEnglishverbTo decorate.
AppearanceornamentEnglishverbTo add to.
AppearanceplainEnglishadjFlat, level.archaic regional
AppearanceplainEnglishadjSimple, unaltered. / Ordinary; lacking adornment or ornamentation; unembellished.
AppearanceplainEnglishadjSimple, unaltered. / Of just one colour; lacking a pattern.
AppearanceplainEnglishadjSimple, unaltered. / Simple in habits or qualities; unsophisticated, not exceptional, ordinary.
AppearanceplainEnglishadjSimple, unaltered. / Having only few ingredients, or no additional ingredients or seasonings; not elaborate, without toppings or extras.of food
AppearanceplainEnglishadjSimple, unaltered. / Containing no extended or nonprinting characters (especially in plain text).computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
AppearanceplainEnglishadjObvious. / Evident to one's senses or reason; manifest, clear, unmistakable.
AppearanceplainEnglishadjObvious. / Downright; total, unmistakable (as intensifier).
AppearanceplainEnglishadjOpen. / Honest and without deception; candid, open; blunt.
AppearanceplainEnglishadjOpen. / Clear; unencumbered; equal; fair.
AppearanceplainEnglishadjNot unusually beautiful; unattractive.
AppearanceplainEnglishadjNot a trump.card-games games
AppearanceplainEnglishadvSimply.colloquial not-comparable
AppearanceplainEnglishadvPlainly; distinctly.archaic not-comparable
AppearanceplainEnglishnounAn expanse of land with relatively low relief and few trees, especially a grassy expanse.
AppearanceplainEnglishnounA broad, flat expanse in general, as of water.
AppearanceplainEnglishnounSynonym of field in reference to a battlefield.archaic
AppearanceplainEnglishnounAlternative spelling of plane: a flat geometric field.alt-of alternative obsolete
AppearanceplainEnglishverbTo level; to raze; to make plain or even on the surface.obsolete transitive
AppearanceplainEnglishverbTo make plain or manifest; to explain.obsolete transitive
AppearanceplainEnglishnounA lamentation.poetic rare
AppearanceplainEnglishverbTo complain.obsolete reflexive
AppearanceplainEnglishverbTo lament, bewail.archaic intransitive poetic transitive
AppearanceplainEnglishadjFull, complete in number or extent.obsolete
AppearanceschaplyMiddle EnglishadjShapely, gorgeous; physically attractive.
AppearanceschaplyMiddle EnglishadjProperly-shaped; not deformed.medicine sciences
AppearanceschaplyMiddle EnglishadjFit, suitable; meeting requirements.
AppearanceschaplyMiddle EnglishadjPrepared or disposed (to do something; for something).
AppearancesharpEnglishadjTerminating in a point or edge, especially one that can cut easily; not dull, obtuse, or rounded.
AppearancesharpEnglishadjIntelligent.colloquial
AppearancesharpEnglishadjHigher than usual by one semitone (denoted by the symbol ♯ after the name of the note).entertainment lifestyle music
AppearancesharpEnglishadjHigher in pitch than required.entertainment lifestyle music
AppearancesharpEnglishadjHaving an intense, acrid flavour.
AppearancesharpEnglishadjSudden and intense.
AppearancesharpEnglishadjIllegal or dishonest.colloquial
AppearancesharpEnglishadjKeenly or unduly attentive to one's own interests; shrewd.colloquial
AppearancesharpEnglishadjExact, precise, accurate; keen.
AppearancesharpEnglishadjOffensive, critical, or acrimonious.
AppearancesharpEnglishadjStylish or attractive.colloquial
AppearancesharpEnglishadjObservant; alert; acute.
AppearancesharpEnglishadjForming a small angle; especially, forming an angle of less than ninety degrees.
AppearancesharpEnglishadjSteep; precipitous; abrupt.
AppearancesharpEnglishadjSaid of as extreme a value as possible.mathematics sciencesof a statement
AppearancesharpEnglishadjTactical; risky.board-games chess games
AppearancesharpEnglishadjPiercing; keen; severe; painful.
AppearancesharpEnglishadjEager or keen in pursuit; impatient for gratification.
AppearancesharpEnglishadjFierce; ardent; fiery; violent; impetuous.obsolete
AppearancesharpEnglishadjComposed of hard, angular grains; gritty.
AppearancesharpEnglishadjUttered in a whisper, or with the breath alone; aspirated; unvoiced.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciencesdated
AppearancesharpEnglishadjHungry.obsolete
AppearancesharpEnglishadvTo a point or edge; piercingly; eagerly; sharply.
AppearancesharpEnglishadvExactly.not-comparable
AppearancesharpEnglishadvIn a higher pitch than is correct or desirable.entertainment lifestyle music
AppearancesharpEnglishnounThe symbol ♯, placed after the name of a note in the key signature or before a note on the staff to indicate that the note is to be played one chromatic semitone higher.entertainment lifestyle music
AppearancesharpEnglishnounA note that is played one chromatic semitone higher than usual; denoted by the name of the note that is followed by the symbol ♯.entertainment lifestyle music
AppearancesharpEnglishnounA note that is sharp in a particular key.entertainment lifestyle music
AppearancesharpEnglishnounThe scale having a particular sharp note as its tonic.entertainment lifestyle music
AppearancesharpEnglishnounSomething that is sharp. / A hypodermic syringe.medicine sciencesplural-normally
AppearancesharpEnglishnounSomething that is sharp. / A scalpel or other edged instrument used in surgery.medicine sciencesdated plural-normally
AppearancesharpEnglishnounSomething that is sharp. / A sharp object; any item pointed enough to injure human skin.government healthcare human-sciences medicine psychiatry psychology sciencesplural-normally
AppearancesharpEnglishnounSomething that is sharp.plural-normally
AppearancesharpEnglishnounA dishonest person; a cheater.
AppearancesharpEnglishnounPart of a stream where the water runs very rapidly.
AppearancesharpEnglishnounA sewing needle with a very slender point, more pointed than a blunt or a between.
AppearancesharpEnglishnounFine particles of husk mixed with coarse particle of flour of cereals; middlings.in-plural
AppearancesharpEnglishnounAn expert.dated slang
AppearancesharpEnglishnounA sharpie (member of Australian gangs of the 1960s and 1970s).
AppearancesharpEnglishnounAlternative form of sharpie (“type of fishing boat”)alt-of alternative
AppearancesharpEnglishverbTo raise the pitch of a note half a step making a natural note a sharp.entertainment lifestyle music
AppearancesharpEnglishverbTo play tricks in bargaining; to act the sharper.
AppearancesharpEnglishverbTo sharpen.obsolete transitive
Arabic letter namesfeTurkishnounThe name of the Latin-script letter F.
Arabic letter namesfeTurkishnounLetter of the Arabic alphabet: ف
ArcheryfletcherEnglishnounOne who fletches or feathers arrows.
ArcheryfletcherEnglishnounA device to assist in fletching or feathering arrows.
ArcheryfletcherEnglishnounGenerally, a manufacturer of bows and arrows.
ArchitecturegoticOccitanadjGothic (pertaining to the Goths or to the Gothic language)masculine
ArchitecturegoticOccitanadjGothic (pertaining to the Gothic architecture or to Gothic art)masculine
ArchitecturegoticOccitanadjGothic (pertaining to the Middle Ages)masculine
ArchitecturegoticOccitanadjGothic (pertaining to a genre of horror fiction)masculine
ArchitecturegoticOccitanadjGothic (pertaining to the goth subculture)masculine
ArchitecturegoticOccitannounGothic (an example of Gothic architecture or of Gothic art)masculine
ArchitecturegoticOccitannounGothic (a style of architecture and art common in 12th to 16th century Europe)masculine uncountable
ArchitecturegoticOccitannounGothic (an extinct East Germanic language spoken by the Goths)masculine uncountable
ArchitectureporticusLatinnouncolonnade, arcadedeclension-4 feminine
ArchitectureporticusLatinnounportico, porchdeclension-4 feminine
ArchitecturerutaSwedishnounsquare, tile, box (as on a checkerboard)common-gender
ArchitecturerutaSwedishnounwindowpane (a piece of glass)common-gender
ArchitecturerutaSwedishnounpanel (single frame in a comic strip)common-gender
ArchitecturerutaSwedishnounlozenge (diamond-shaped heraldic charge)common-gender
ArchitecturerutaSwedishnounfoursquaregamescommon-gender
ArchitecturerutaSwedishnounrue (plant of the genus Ruta)common-gender
ArmorharamakiEnglishnounA piece of armor worn over the torso by samurai infantry, fastened by cords in the back.
ArmorharamakiEnglishnounA bellyband: a band of cloth worn around the abdomen to preserve stomach qi and boost circulation.fashion lifestyle
ArmortargetEnglishnounA butt or mark to shoot at, as for practice, or to test the accuracy of a firearm, or the force of a projectile.
ArmortargetEnglishnounA goal or objective.
ArmortargetEnglishnounAn object of criticism or ridicule.
ArmortargetEnglishnounA person, place, or thing that is frequently attacked, criticized, or ridiculed.
ArmortargetEnglishnounA kind of shield: / A kind of small shield or buckler, used as a defensive weapon in war.
ArmortargetEnglishnounA kind of shield: / A shield resembling the Roman scutum, larger than the modern buckler.obsolete
ArmortargetEnglishnounA kind of shield: / A bearing representing a buckler.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politics
ArmortargetEnglishnounThe pattern or arrangement of a series of hits made by a marksman on a butt or mark.hobbies lifestyle sports
ArmortargetEnglishnounThe sliding crosspiece, or vane, on a leveling staff.geography natural-sciences surveying
ArmortargetEnglishnounA conspicuous disk attached to a switch lever to show its position, or for use as a signal.rail-transport railways transport
ArmortargetEnglishnounthe number of runs that the side batting last needs to score in the final innings in order to winball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
ArmortargetEnglishnounThe tenor of a metaphor.human-sciences linguistics sciences
ArmortargetEnglishnounThe translated version of a document, or the language into which translation occurs.human-sciences linguistics sciences translation-studies
ArmortargetEnglishnounA person (or group of people) that a person or organization is trying to employ or to have as a customer, audience etc.
ArmortargetEnglishnounA thin cut; a slice; specifically, of lamb, a piece consisting of the neck and breast joints.UK dated
ArmortargetEnglishnounA tassel or pendant.Scotland obsolete
ArmortargetEnglishnounA shred; a tatter.Scotland obsolete
ArmortargetEnglishverbTo aim something, especially a weapon, at (a target).transitive
ArmortargetEnglishverbTo aim for as an audience or demographic.figuratively transitive
ArmortargetEnglishverbTo produce code suitable for.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
Artspray paintEnglishnounpaint applied in the form of a spray, especially from an aerosol can.countable uncountable
Artspray paintEnglishverbTo apply paint in the form of a spray, especially from an aerosol can.
ArtemisiasabsintheEnglishnounThe herb absinthium Artemisia absinthium (grande wormwood); essence of wormwood.countable uncountable
ArtemisiasabsintheEnglishnounBitterness; sorrow.countable figuratively uncountable
ArtemisiasabsintheEnglishnounA distilled, highly alcoholic, anise-flavored liquor originally made from grande wormwood, anise, and other herbs.countable uncountable
ArtemisiasabsintheEnglishnounA moderate yellow green. absinthe green: / A moderate yellow green.colorcountable uncountable
ArtemisiasabsintheEnglishnounA moderate yellow green. absinthe green: / absinthe greencolorcountable uncountable
ArtemisiasabsintheEnglishnounSagebrush.US countable uncountable
Artistic worksmosaicEnglishnounA piece of artwork created by placing colored squares (usually tiles) in a pattern so as to create a picture.countable uncountable
Artistic worksmosaicEnglishnounpixelization (method of censorship)countable uncountable
Artistic worksmosaicEnglishnounAn individual composed of two or more cell lines of different genetic or chromosomal constitution, but from the same zygote.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
Artistic worksmosaicEnglishnounAny of several viral diseases that cause mosaic-like patterns to appear on leaves.biology botany medicine natural-sciences pathology phytopathology sciencescountable uncountable
Artistic worksmosaicEnglishnounA composite picture made from overlapping photographs.countable uncountable
Artistic worksmosaicEnglishadjContaining cells of varying genetic constitution.not-comparable of an individual
Artistic worksmosaicEnglishverbTo arrange in a mosaic.transitive
ArtistsdadaistEnglishnounAlternative letter-case form of Dadaistalt-of
ArtistsdadaistEnglishadjAlternative letter-case form of Dadaistalt-of not-comparable
ArtistsmasterEnglishnounSomeone who has control over something or someone.
ArtistsmasterEnglishnounThe owner of an animal or slave.
ArtistsmasterEnglishnounThe captain of a merchant ship; a master mariner.nautical transport
ArtistsmasterEnglishnounA male head of a household.dated
ArtistsmasterEnglishnounSomeone who employs others.
ArtistsmasterEnglishnounAn expert at something.
ArtistsmasterEnglishnounA tradesman who is qualified to teach apprentices.
ArtistsmasterEnglishnounA male schoolteacher.dated
ArtistsmasterEnglishnounA skilled artist.
ArtistsmasterEnglishnounA man or a boy; mister. See Master.dated
ArtistsmasterEnglishnounA master's degree; a type of postgraduate degree, usually undertaken after a bachelor degree.
ArtistsmasterEnglishnounA person holding such a degree.
ArtistsmasterEnglishnounThe original of a document or of a recording.
ArtistsmasterEnglishnounThe primary wide shot of a scene, into which the closeups will be edited later.broadcasting film media television
ArtistsmasterEnglishnounA parajudicial officer (such as a referee, an auditor, an examiner, or an assessor) specially appointed to help a court with its proceedings.law
ArtistsmasterEnglishnounA device that is controlling other devices or is an authoritative source.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
ArtistsmasterEnglishnounA person holding an office of authority, especially the presiding officer.Freemasonry freemasonry lifestyle
ArtistsmasterEnglishnounA person holding a similar office in other civic societies.broadly
ArtistsmasterEnglishnounShort for master key.abbreviation alt-of
ArtistsmasterEnglishnounA male dominant.BDSM lifestyle sexuality
ArtistsmasterEnglishadjMasterful.not-comparable
ArtistsmasterEnglishadjMain, principal or predominant.not-comparable
ArtistsmasterEnglishadjHighly skilled.not-comparable
ArtistsmasterEnglishadjOriginal.not-comparable
ArtistsmasterEnglishverbTo be a master.intransitive
ArtistsmasterEnglishverbTo become the master of; to subject to one's will, control, or authority; to conquer; to overpower; to subdue.transitive
ArtistsmasterEnglishverbTo learn to a high degree of proficiency.transitive
ArtistsmasterEnglishverbTo own; to possess.obsolete transitive
ArtistsmasterEnglishverbTo make a master copy of.especially of a musical performance transitive
ArtistsmasterEnglishverbTo earn a Master's degree.intransitive usually with in
ArtistsmasterEnglishnounA vessel having a specified number of masts.nautical transportin-compounds
AsteroidsAeginaEnglishnameA nymph of the island that bears her name.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
AsteroidsAeginaEnglishname91 Aegina, a main belt asteroid.astronomy natural-sciences
AsteroidsAeginaEnglishnameAn island in Greece.
AsteroidsAriadneEnglishnameThe daughter of King Minos of Crete and his queen, Pasiphae.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek countable uncountable
AsteroidsAriadneEnglishnameA female given name from Ancient Greek.countable rare
AsteroidsAriadneEnglishname43 Ariadne, a main belt asteroid.astronomy natural-sciencescountable uncountable
AsteroidsDanaeEnglishnameThe mother of Perseus by Zeus.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
AsteroidsDanaeEnglishname61 Danaë, a main belt asteroid.astronomy natural-sciences
AsteroidsDanaeEnglishnameA female given name.
AsteroidsHesperiaEnglishnameLiterally "western land", a term poetically applied by Ancient Greeks to Italy and by Romans to the Iberian Peninsula and Western Africa.
AsteroidsHesperiaEnglishnameOne of the Hesperides.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
AsteroidsHesperiaEnglishname69 Hesperia, a main belt asteroid.astronomy natural-sciences
AsteroidsHesperiaEnglishnameA city in San Bernardino County, California, United States.
AsteroidsHesperiaEnglishnameA village in Newaygo County and Oceana County, Michigan, United States.
AsteroidsIsisEnglishnameAn ancient Egyptian goddess, the wife of Osiris and mother of Horus, worshiped as the ideal mother and wife and as the matron of nature and magic.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesEgyptian
AsteroidsIsisEnglishname42 Isis, a main belt asteroid.astronomy natural-sciences
AsteroidsIsisEnglishnameA female given name from Egyptian or Ancient Greekuncommon
AsteroidsIsisEnglishnameThe River Thames between its source and its confluence with the River Thame at Dorchester on Thames.UK
AsteroidsIsisEnglishnameAlternative letter-case form of ISISalt-of
AstrologyvertulesMiddle EnglishadjPowerless, ineffective (in an occultic or astrological context)rare
AstrologyvertulesMiddle EnglishadjImmoral; lacking a sense of ethics or morality.rare
AstronomylibotCebuanoadvaround
AstronomylibotCebuanoverbto go around
AstronomylibotCebuanoverbto orbit
AstronomyskálFaroesenounbowlfeminine
AstronomyskálFaroesenoundrinking glass, tumblerfeminine
AstronomyskálFaroesenounweighing scalefeminine
AstronomyskálFaroesenounLibrafeminine
AstronomyskálFaroeseintjcheers (after the meaning of skál as drinking glass)
AstronomyգունդOld Armeniannounspherical object, sphere, globe
AstronomyգունդOld Armeniannounarch of heaven, vault
AstronomyգունդOld Armeniannouncelestial body, heavenly body, orb
AstronomyգունդOld Armeniannounthe spherical section of the lamp into which the oil is poured
AstronomyգունդOld Armeniannounsounding line, plummet
AstronomyգունդOld Armeniannounwheel
AstronomyգունդOld Armeniannounhuman head
AstronomyգունդOld Armeniannoungroup, assemblage, troop (of bees, men, angels but especially of soldiers)
AstronomyգունդOld Armeniannounmilitary theme, military province
Australiafreedom rideEnglishnounIn the United States in the 1960s (chiefly 1961), any one of a number of trips taken by bus or other forms of transport through parts of the southern U.S., made by groups of civil rights activists demonstrating their opposition to racial prejudice and segregation.government politicsUS historical
Australiafreedom rideEnglishnounA similar excursion undertaken by protesters in Australia in 1965 in opposition to unfair discrimination against Indigenous Australians.government politicsAustralia broadly historical
Australiafreedom riderEnglishnounIn the United States during 1961, a civil rights activist who participated in one or more trips by bus or other forms of transport, known as freedom rides, through parts of the southern U.S. to demonstrate opposition to racial prejudice and segregation.government politicsUS historical
Australiafreedom riderEnglishnounA participant in a similar excursion undertaken by protesters in Australia in 1965 in opposition to unfair discrimination against Indigenous Australians.government politicsAustralia broadly historical
Australian rules footballLionsEnglishnameObsolete spelling of Lyon, the capital city of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France.alt-of obsolete
Australian rules footballLionsEnglishnameThe Sri Lanka national cricket team.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
Australian rules footballLionsEnglishnameSingapore national football teamSingapore
Australian rules footballLionsEnglishnameany sports team nicknamed the "Lions".hobbies lifestyle sports
AutomotivegarageEnglishnounA building (or section of a building) used to store a car or cars, tools and other miscellaneous items.countable uncountable
AutomotivegarageEnglishnounA place where cars are serviced and repaired.Commonwealth countable dated in US uncountable
AutomotivegarageEnglishnounA petrol filling station.Commonwealth countable uncountable
AutomotivegarageEnglishnounA shed for housing an airship or aeroplane or a launchable missile; a hangar.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
AutomotivegarageEnglishnounA side way or space in a canal to enable vessels to pass each other; a siding.countable uncountable
AutomotivegarageEnglishnounA type of guitar rock music, personified by amateur bands playing in the basement or garage; garage rock.entertainment lifestyle musicattributive countable uncountable
AutomotivegarageEnglishnounA type of electronic dance music related to house music, with warped and time-stretched sounds; UK garage.entertainment lifestyle musicBritain countable uncountable
AutomotivegarageEnglishverbTo store in a garage.
AviationhelicopterEnglishnounAn aircraft that is borne along by one or more sets of long rotating blades which allow it to hover, move in any direction including reverse, or land; and typically having a smaller set of blades on its tail to stabilize the aircraft.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
AviationhelicopterEnglishnounA powered troweling machine with spinning blades used to spread concrete.
AviationhelicopterEnglishnounThe winged fruit of certain trees, such as ash, elm, and maple.biology botany natural-sciences
AviationhelicopterEnglishnounA dragonfly; so named due to its resemblance to a helicopter (sense 1).biology natural-sciences zoologyslang
AviationhelicopterEnglishnounA whirling trick performed with devil sticks.
AviationhelicopterEnglishverbTo transport by helicopter.transitive
AviationhelicopterEnglishverbTo travel by helicopter.intransitive
AviationhelicopterEnglishverbTo rotate like a helicopter blade.
AviationhelicopterEnglishverbTo overprotect one's children, as a helicopter parent does.
Baby animalskidEnglishnounA young goat.
Baby animalskidEnglishnounOf a female goat, the state of being pregnant: in kid.
Baby animalskidEnglishnounKidskin.
Baby animalskidEnglishnounThe meat of a young goat.uncountable
Baby animalskidEnglishnounA young antelope.
Baby animalskidEnglishnounA child (usually), teenager, or young adult; a juvenile.informal
Baby animalskidEnglishnounA person whose childhood took place in a particular time period or area.informal
Baby animalskidEnglishnounOne's son or daughter, regardless of age.informal
Baby animalskidEnglishnounUsed as a form of address for a child, teenager or young adult.in the vocative
Baby animalskidEnglishnounAn inexperienced person or one in a junior position.colloquial
Baby animalskidEnglishnounA deception; an act of kidding somebody.dated
Baby animalskidEnglishnounA small wooden mess tub in which sailors received their food.nautical transport
Baby animalskidEnglishnounsemen, ejaculate.plural-normally slang vulgar
Baby animalskidEnglishverbTo make a fool of (someone).colloquial transitive
Baby animalskidEnglishverbTo dupe or deceive (someone).colloquial transitive
Baby animalskidEnglishverbTo make a joke with (someone).colloquial transitive
Baby animalskidEnglishverbOf a goat, to give birth.intransitive
Baby animalskidEnglishverbTo joke.colloquial intransitive
Baby animalskidEnglishnounA fagot; a bundle of heath and furze.
Baby animalsowletEnglishnounDiminutive of owldiminutive form-of
Baby animalsowletEnglishnounA young owl; owling.
Baby animalsowletEnglishnounOne of a species of small owls, such as Athene noctua.
Baby animalsowletEnglishnounAn owlet moth.
BagsmidjeväskaSwedishnouna fanny pack, a bum bag, a waist bagcommon-gender
BagsmidjeväskaSwedishnouna money beltcommon-gender
Ball gamespickleballEnglishnounA racquet sport, played with solid paddles and a perforated ball, which combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis.uncountable
Ball gamespickleballEnglishnounThe ball used in the sport of pickleball.countable
BathingstortbadDutchnounshower (for bathing)Southern neuter regional
BathingstortbadDutchnouna flush of waterneuter
BathingstortbadDutchnoundisillusionfiguratively neuter
BeddingshukaSwahiliverbto descend; disembark
BeddingshukaSwahiliverbto be depressed; be humiliated, be humbled
BeddingshukaSwahilinounsash, loincloth (length of cloth used as clothing)class-10 class-5 class-6 class-9
BeddingshukaSwahilinounbedsheetclass-10 class-5 class-6 class-9
Beerhalf and halfEnglishadjIn equal parts; halfnot-comparable
Beerhalf and halfEnglishadvIn two equal parts.not-comparable
Beerhalf and halfEnglishnounA mixture of two things, generally in about equal proportions. / A mixture of cream and milk often used in coffee, defined by the US Food and Drug Administration to contain between 10.5% and 18% milk fat.US countable uncountable
Beerhalf and halfEnglishnounA mixture of two things, generally in about equal proportions. / A mixture of two alcoholic beverages, most frequently those brewed from malt, such as porter and ale or mild and bitter beers, in about equal parts; also used for equal parts of an alcoholic beverage and water.countable uncountable
Beerhalf and halfEnglishnounA mixture of two things, generally in about equal proportions. / A pizza with two different sets of toppings, one on each half.countable uncountable
Beerhalf and halfEnglishnounA mixture of two things, generally in about equal proportions. / A person of mixed race or with dual nationality.countable uncountable
Beerhalf and halfEnglishnounA mixture of two things, generally in about equal proportions. / A combination of both rice and chips as an accompaniment to a curry, as opposed to one or the other.Ireland UK countable uncountable
Beerhalf and halfEnglishnounA mixture of two things, generally in about equal proportions. / A combination of beer and ale (or similar alcoholic drinks) in equal quantities.UK countable uncountable
Beerhalf and halfEnglishnounA mixture of two things, generally in about equal proportions. / Both oral sex and vaginal sex performed in sequence by a prostitutecountable slang uncountable
Beerhalf and halfEnglishnounA mixture of two things, generally in about equal proportions. / A mixture of half lemonade and half iced tea.US countable uncountable
Beerhalf and halfEnglishnounA mixture of two things, generally in about equal proportions. / A cup of coffee with the equivalent of half a packet of sugar and half a creamer of cream.Canada Western countable uncountable
BeersleeveEnglishnounThe part of a garment that covers the arm.
BeersleeveEnglishnounA (usually tubular) covering or lining to protect a piece of machinery etc.
BeersleeveEnglishnounA protective jacket or case, especially for a record, containing art and information about the contents; also the analogous leaflet found in a packaged CD.
BeersleeveEnglishnounA tattoo covering the whole arm.
BeersleeveEnglishnounA narrow channel of water.
BeersleeveEnglishnounSleave; untwisted thread.
BeersleeveEnglishnounA serving of beer smaller than a pint, typically measuring between 12 and 16 ounces.British-Columbia
BeersleeveEnglishnounA long, cylindrical plastic bag of cookies or crackers.US
BeersleeveEnglishnounA double tube of copper into which the ends of bare wires are pushed so that when the tube is twisted an electrical connection is made. The joint thus made is called a McIntire joint.business electrical electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
BeersleeveEnglishverbTo fit and attach a sleeve to an upper garment (e.g. to a shirt, blouse, sweater, jacket, coat, etc.) or to a folder.transitive
BeersleeveEnglishverbTo hide something up one's sleeve.
BerriesblackberryEnglishnounA fruit-bearing shrub of the aggregate species Rubus fruticosus and some hybrids.
BerriesblackberryEnglishnounThe soft fruit borne by this shrub, formed of a black (when ripe) cluster of drupelets.
BerriesblackberryEnglishnounThe blackcurrant.UK dialectal
BerriesblackberryEnglishverbTo gather or forage for blackberries.
BhutanBhutaneseEnglishnounA person from Bhutan or of Bhutanese descent.
BhutanBhutaneseEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to Bhutan, the Bhutanese people.
BhutanBhutaneseEnglishnameDzongkha, the national language of Bhutan.
Bhutanभोटान्तSanskritnameThe country of Bhutan
Bhutanभोटान्तSanskritnameat the end of Tibet.
Biblical charactersAbigailEnglishnameThe wife of Nabal and later of David in the Old Testament.
Biblical charactersAbigailEnglishnameA female given name from Hebrew, used since the 16th century, and currently quite popular.
Biblical charactersDanielFinnishnameDaniel (biblical book and prophet)
Biblical charactersDanielFinnishnamea male given name from Biblical Hebrew
Biblical charactersEliahNorwegiannameElijah (biblical character)
Biblical charactersEliahNorwegiannamea male given name, more common in the form Elias
Biblical charactersIbrahimMalaynameAbraham; Ibrahim (prophet)
Biblical charactersIbrahimMalaynameAbraham; a male given name from Hebrew
Biblical charactersLeaEstoniannameLeah (biblical character).
Biblical charactersLeaEstoniannamea female given name of biblical origin
Biblical charactersMarthaDanishnameMartha (biblical figure)
Biblical charactersMarthaDanishnamea female given name
Biblical charactersMiķelisLatviannameMichael (Biblical figure)masculine
Biblical charactersMiķelisLatviannamea male given namemasculine
Biblical charactersTamāraLatviannameTamar (Biblical figure)feminine
Biblical charactersTamāraLatviannamea female given namefeminine
Biblical charactersTamāraLatviannameA transliteration of the Russian female given name Тама́ра (Tamára).feminine
Biblical charactersZipporahEnglishnameThe wife of Moses. (biblical character)
Biblical charactersZipporahEnglishnameA female given name from Hebrew of biblical origin.
Biblical charactersישועAramaicnamea male given name, Yeshu or Jeshu, equivalent to Biblical Hebrew יֵשׁוּעַ (Yēšúa), Hebrew יֵשׁוּ (Yēšū), Koine Greek Ἰησοῦς (Iēsoûs), Latin Iēsūs, or English Joshua or Jesus
Biblical charactersישועAramaicnameJoshua, a Biblical characterbiblical lifestyle religion
Biblical charactersישועAramaicnameJesus, a Biblical characterChristianity
BiologyblastocoelomateEnglishadjSynonym of pseudocoelomate
BiologyblastocoelomateEnglishnounSynonym of pseudocoelomate
BiologymutaatioFinnishnounmutation (any change or alteration)rare
BiologymutaatioFinnishnounmutation (any heritable change of the base-pair sequence of genetic material)biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciences
BiologymutaatioFinnishnounmutation (alteration a particular sound of a word)human-sciences linguistics sciences
BirdsaqisseqGreenlandicnounptarmigan
BirdsaqisseqGreenlandicnounrock ptarmigan (Lagopus muta)
BirdsaquilaLatinnouneagledeclension-1 feminine
BirdsaquilaLatinnounthe standard (of an eagle) carried by a Roman legiondeclension-1 feminine
BirdsaquilaLatinnounthe astronomical constellation Aquiladeclension-1 feminine
BirdsaquilaLatinadjinflection of aquilus: / nominative/vocative feminine singularfeminine nominative singular vocative
BirdsaquilaLatinadjinflection of aquilus: / nominative/accusative/vocative neuter pluralaccusative neuter nominative plural vocative
BirdsaquilaLatinadjablative feminine singular of aquilusablative feminine form-of singular
BirdsclimberEnglishnounSomeone or something that climbs (such as a mountain climber). / A plant such as a vine that climbs upwards as it grows by attaching itself to some support.biology botany natural-sciences
BirdsclimberEnglishnounSomeone or something that climbs (such as a mountain climber). / A cyclist who specializes in riding especially well on steep hills or roads.
BirdsclimberEnglishnounSomeone or something that climbs (such as a mountain climber). / A person who is constantly trying to get ahead socially.derogatory figuratively
BirdsclimberEnglishnounSomeone or something that climbs (such as a mountain climber). / A bird that climbs, such as a parrot or woodpecker; specifically (archaic), a bird having two toes pointing forward, and two pointing backward, formerly regarded as being from the order Scansores or Zygodactyli (now obsolete as the birds formerly in this order have been reclassified into different orders); a zygodactyl.biology natural-sciences ornithology
BirdsclimberEnglishnounSomething that is used for climbing. / Any structure on a playground designed to be climbed on.Canada
BirdsclimberEnglishnounSomething that is used for climbing. / Synonym of climbing iron (“a kind of crampon attached to the shoe to aid with climbing”)climbing hobbies lifestyle sports
BirdsclimberEnglishverbTo ascend or mount with effort; to clamber, to climb.intransitive obsolete
BirdsliputtajaFinnishnounflagger, flagman (one who uses a flag or signal)
BirdsliputtajaFinnishnounparotia (any of the passerine birds of the genus Parotia)biology natural-sciences zoology
BirdsܒܛܐClassical Syriacnounduck, drake
BirdsܒܛܐClassical Syriacnounspark from red-hot coal or iron
BirdsJapanesecharacterExtended shinjitai form of 鷗: seagullHyōgai extended form-of kanji shinjitai uncommon
BirdsJapanesenouncommon gull (Larus canus)
BirdsJapanesenouna seagull (any seabird of the family Laridae)broadly
BirdsJapanesenamea female given name
BirdsJapanesenamea surname
Birds of preybramiinihaukkaFinnishnounbrahminy kite; red-backed sea-eagle (Australia), Haliastur indus (large kite found in Indian subcontinent, SE Asia and Australia)
Birds of preybramiinihaukkaFinnishnounThe genus Haliastur.biology natural-sciences taxonomyin-plural
Birds of preymarsh harrierEnglishnounA raptor in species Circus aeruginosus, which inhabits swampy ground.
Birds of preymarsh harrierEnglishnounAny member of the raptor genus Circus of similar appearance and habit to Circus aeruginosus. / A African marsh harrier (Circus ranivorus)
Birds of preymarsh harrierEnglishnounAny member of the raptor genus Circus of similar appearance and habit to Circus aeruginosus. / A western marsh harrier (Circus aeruginosus)
Birds of preymarsh harrierEnglishnounAny member of the raptor genus Circus of similar appearance and habit to Circus aeruginosus. / A eastern marsh harrier (Circus spilonotus),
Birds of preymarsh harrierEnglishnounAny member of the raptor genus Circus of similar appearance and habit to Circus aeruginosus. / A Papuan harrier (Circus spilonotus spilothorax or Circus spilothorax),
Birds of preymarsh harrierEnglishnounAny member of the raptor genus Circus of similar appearance and habit to Circus aeruginosus. / A swamp harrier (Circus approximans)
Birds of preymarsh harrierEnglishnounAny member of the raptor genus Circus of similar appearance and habit to Circus aeruginosus. / A Reunion harrier (Circus maillardi maillardi or Circus maillardi)
Birds of preymarsh harrierEnglishnounAny member of the raptor genus Circus of similar appearance and habit to Circus aeruginosus. / A Madagascar marsh harrier (Circus maillardi macrosceles or Circus macrosceles).
Birds of preyతోచిగాడుTelugunounA bird of prey.
Birds of preyతోచిగాడుTelugunounA male hawk.
Birth controldingerEnglishnounA bell or chime.
Birth controldingerEnglishnounThe suspended clapper of a bell.
Birth controldingerEnglishnounOne who rings a bell.
Birth controldingerEnglishnounA home run.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
Birth controldingerEnglishnounThe penis.Canada US slang
Birth controldingerEnglishnounSomething outstanding or exceptional, a humdinger.US slang
Birth controldingerEnglishnounA condom.Australian slang
Birth controldingerEnglishnounThe buttocks, the anus.Australian slang
Birth controldingerEnglishnounA catapult, a shanghai.Australian slang
Birth controldingerEnglishnounAn unregistered car.Multicultural-London-English slang
BivalvesskimmerEnglishnounA device that skims. / A sieve-like, slotted spoon.
BivalvesskimmerEnglishnounA device that skims. / A device for removing organic matter from an aquarium.
BivalvesskimmerEnglishnounA device that skims. / A device used to read and record the magnetic code from a credit card for later fraudulent use.
BivalvesskimmerEnglishnounA person who skims.
BivalvesskimmerEnglishnounAny of three species of bird in the genus Rynchops of the family Laridae, that feed by skimming the surface of water bodies with their bills in flight.
BivalvesskimmerEnglishnounAny of several large bivalve shells, sometimes used for skimming milk, such as the sea clam (Spisula solidissima) and large scallops.
BivalvesskimmerEnglishnounA ballet flat shoe.
BivalvesskimmerEnglishnounA loose-fitting one-piece dress, similar to a shift but with slightly more fitting.
BivalvesskimmerEnglishnounAny of the dragonflies in the family Libellulidae.biology entomology natural-sciences
BivalvesskimmerEnglishnounA sailor in the surface forces, as opposed to a submariner.government military naval navy politics war
BivalvesskimmerEnglishnounA surface ship.government military naval navy politics war
BivalvesskimmerEnglishnounA small, fast-moving spacecraft.literature media publishing science-fiction
BivalvesskimmerEnglishverbTo shimmer.
BivalvesskimmerEnglishverbTo move quickly, to flutter.
Black holeswormholeEnglishnounA hole burrowed by a worm.
Black holeswormholeEnglishnounA hypothetical shortcut between two points in spacetime, permitting faster-than-light travel and sometimes time travel.
Black holeswormholeEnglishnounA 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
Black holeswormholeEnglishverbTo make porous or permeable through the formation of small holes or tunnels.transitive
Bodies of waterfirthEnglishnounAn arm or inlet of the sea; a river estuary.
Bodies of waterfirthEnglishnounAlternative form of frith (“a forest used for hunting; a (small) wood; wooded country; land covered mainly by brushwood”)Northern-England Scotland alt-of alternative
Bodies of waterکولPersiannounditch
Bodies of waterکولPersiannounpond
Bodies of waterکولPersiannounreservoir
Bodies of waterکولPersiannounlake
Bodies of waterکولPersiannounshoulder
Bodies of waterکولPersiannounback
Bodily fluidscumEnglishprepUsed in indicating a thing or person which has two or more roles, functions, or natures, or a which has changed from one to another.
Bodily fluidscumEnglishnounSemen.colloquial uncountable vulgar
Bodily fluidscumEnglishnounFemale ejaculatory discharge.colloquial uncountable vulgar
Bodily fluidscumEnglishnounAn ejaculation.colloquial uncountable vulgar
Bodily fluidscumEnglishverbTo have an orgasm, to feel the sensation of an orgasm.slang vulgar
Bodily fluidscumEnglishverbTo ejaculate.slang vulgar
Bodily fluidscumEnglishverbEye dialect spelling of come (“move from further to nearer; arrive”).alt-of pronunciation-spelling
Bodily fluidscumEnglishadjClipping of cumulative.abbreviation alt-of clipping not-comparable
Bodily fluidscumEnglishnounAbbreviation of cubic metre.abbreviation alt-of uncountable
Bodily fluidsnanahMalaynounpus (fluid found in regions of infection)
Bodily fluidsnanahMalayverbto fester (become septic or rotten)
Bodily fluidsnettingEnglishnounSomething that acts as, or looks like, a net.countable uncountable
Bodily fluidsnettingEnglishnounUrine.UK dialectal obsolete uncountable
Bodily fluidsnettingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of netform-of gerund participle present
Bodily fluidsলালাBengalinoundrool, saliva
Bodily fluidsলালাBengaliverbto drool
BodynuskiinjukwMunseenounmy eye
BodynuskiinjukwMunseenounmy face
Body partsancleMiddle EnglishnounThe ankle or the anklebone.
Body partsancleMiddle EnglishnounAny joint (analogous to the ankle).
Body partsauricleEnglishnounAny appendage in the shape of an ear or earlobe.biology natural-sciences
Body partsauricleEnglishnounAny appendage in the shape of an ear or earlobe. / The outer ear or pinna.anatomy biology medicine natural-sciences sciences
Body partsauricleEnglishnounSynonym of atrium.anatomy medicine sciences
Body partsauricleEnglishnounSynonym of atrium. / An anterior ear-shaped appendage of the left or right atrium of the human heart.anatomy medicine sciences
Body partsmaxatlClassical Nahuatlnouncrotch
Body partsmaxatlClassical Nahuatlnounbifurcation
Body partsउदरHindinounabdomen
Body partsउदरHindinounbelly
Body partsउदरHindinounstomach
BodybuildingSchwarzeneggerEnglishnameA surname from German; used specifically of Arnold Schwarzenegger (b. 1947), an Austrian-American businessman and governor of California, known especially for his success as a professional bodybuilder and action film actor.
BodybuildingSchwarzeneggerEnglishnounAn exceptionally muscular bodybuilder.
BodybuildingcalfEnglishnounA young cow or bull.
BodybuildingcalfEnglishnounLeather made of the skin of the calf; especially, a fine, light-coloured leather used in bookbinding.
BodybuildingcalfEnglishnounA young deer, elephant, seal, whale or giraffe (also used of some other animals).
BodybuildingcalfEnglishnounA chunk of ice broken from a larger glacier, ice shelf, or iceberg.
BodybuildingcalfEnglishnounA small island, near a larger island.
BodybuildingcalfEnglishnounA cabless railroad engine.
BodybuildingcalfEnglishnounAn awkward or silly boy or young man; any silly person; a dolt.dated informal
BodybuildingcalfEnglishnounThe back of the leg below the knee.anatomy medicine sciences
BodybuildingcalfEnglishnounThe muscle in the back of the leg below the knee.
BooksCCEEnglishnameInitialism of Collins COBUILD English Language Dictionary.human-sciences lexicography linguistics sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
BooksCCEEnglishnounInitialism of character and citizenship education.educationSingapore abbreviation alt-of initialism uncountable
BooksCCEEnglishnounAcronym of clubbing, cyanosis, or edema, used to describe the hands and feet of patients.medicine sciencesabbreviation acronym alt-of in the negative uncountable
BooksCCEEnglishnounInitialism of computer and communication engineering.abbreviation alt-of initialism uncountable
BooksCCEEnglishnounInitialism of computer and communications engineering.abbreviation alt-of initialism uncountable
BooksχρηστομάθειαAncient Greeknoundesire for learning
BooksχρηστομάθειαAncient Greeknouna book containing a summary of useful knowledge or select passages, a vade mecum
Books of the BibleJonahEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew.
Books of the BibleJonahEnglishnameA minor prophet who was cast into the sea and swallowed by a great fish.biblical lifestyle religion
Books of the BibleJonahEnglishnameA book of the Old Testament and the Hebrew Tanakh.
Books of the BibleJonahEnglishnameThe 10th sura (chapter) of the Qur'an.
Books of the BibleJonahEnglishnounA person who brings a ship bad luck.nautical transportslang
Books of the BibleJonahEnglishnounAny person or object which is deemed to cause bad luck; a jinx.broadly slang
Books of the BibleLucasDutchnameLuke (book of the Bible)masculine
Books of the BibleLucasDutchnameLuke (traditional name of the author of the Gospel of Luke)biblical lifestyle religionmasculine
Books of the BibleLucasDutchnamea male given name from Ancient Greekmasculine
Borage family plantsconsoundEnglishnounAny of several healing plants of the genera Symphytum, Consolida, Ajuga, Bellis, etc., especially comfrey.biology botany natural-sciencesobsolete
Borage family plantsconsoundEnglishverbAlternative form of confound: to damnalt-of alternative archaic no-present-participle rare
BotanymoreMiddle Englishdetmore
BotanymoreMiddle Englishnounroot (of a plant)
BotanymoreMiddle Englishnounroot, (of a hair, tooth, or tongue)rare
BotanymoreMiddle Englishnounsource, rootfiguratively rare
BotanyпӱнчӧEastern Marinounpine (Pinus)
BotanyпӱнчӧEastern Marinounpine forest
BramblesblackberryEnglishnounA fruit-bearing shrub of the aggregate species Rubus fruticosus and some hybrids.
BramblesblackberryEnglishnounThe soft fruit borne by this shrub, formed of a black (when ripe) cluster of drupelets.
BramblesblackberryEnglishnounThe blackcurrant.UK dialectal
BramblesblackberryEnglishverbTo gather or forage for blackberries.
Brass instrumentscornetEnglishnounA musical instrument of the brass family, slightly smaller than a trumpet, usually in the musical key of B-flat.
Brass instrumentscornetEnglishnounA piece of paper twisted to be used as a container.
Brass instrumentscornetEnglishnounA pastry shell to be filled with ice-cream, hence (UK, dated) an ice cream cone.
Brass instrumentscornetEnglishnounA troop of cavalry; so called from its being accompanied by a cornet player.obsolete
Brass instrumentscornetEnglishnounA kind of organ stop.
Brass instrumentscornetEnglishnounThe white headdress worn by the Sisters of Charity.
Brass instrumentscornetEnglishnounThe standard flown by a cavalry troop.obsolete
Brass instrumentscornetEnglishnounThe fifth commissioned officer in a cavalry troop, who carried the colours (equivalent to the ensign in infantry).historical
BrassicasrapeseedEnglishnounThe seed of the rape plant, Brassica napus, used widely for animal feed and vegetable oil.uncountable usually
BrassicasrapeseedEnglishnounThe rape plant itself.uncountable usually
Breadsbutter-hamEnglishnounA slice of buttered bread.obsolete
Breadsbutter-hamEnglishnounOne of two strips of trim on either side of a cloak.archaic
Breadsbutter-hamEnglishnouna person who is overly ostentatious in their dress or actions.North Yorkshire
Bridgesdroichead tógálaIrishnoundrawbridgemasculine
Bridgesdroichead tógálaIrishnounlift bridgemasculine
Brownsmummy brownEnglishnounA brown pigment originally prepared from the ground-up remains of Egyptian animal or human mummies mixed with bitumen, etc.historical uncountable usually
Brownsmummy brownEnglishnounThe colour of this pigment, a variable brown intermediate between raw umber and burnt umber.uncountable usually
BrownspunaruskeaFinnishadjreddish brown, maroon, chestnut
BrownspunaruskeaFinnishnounreddish brown, maroon, chestnut (color)
Buckthorn family plantsgreenheartEnglishnounA type of tree (Chlorocardium rodiei) native to Guyana.countable uncountable
Buckthorn family plantsgreenheartEnglishnounTimber from the greenheart tree.countable uncountable
Buckthorn family plantsgreenheartEnglishnounA type of shrub (Colubrina arborescens) native to Florida and the Caribbean.countable uncountable
Buckwheat family plantsbrankEnglishnounA metal bridle formerly used as a torture device to hold the head of a scold and restrain the tongue.plural-normally
Buckwheat family plantsbrankEnglishnounA sort of bridle with wooden side pieces.Scotland UK dialectal obsolete plural-normally
Buckwheat family plantsbrankEnglishverbTo put someone in the branks.
Buckwheat family plantsbrankEnglishverbTo hold up and toss the head; applied to horses as spurning the bit.Scotland UK dialectal
Buckwheat family plantsbrankEnglishverbTo prance; to caper.Scotland
Buckwheat family plantsbrankEnglishnounBuckwheat.UK dialectal uncountable
Buddhas仏陀Japanesenamethe BuddhaBuddhism lifestyle religion
Buddhas仏陀Japanesenouna BuddhaBuddhism lifestyle religion
BuildingsneddyEnglishnounA donkey or ass.
BuildingsneddyEnglishnounA horse, especially a racehorse.Australia UK slang
BuildingsneddyEnglishnounThe horse races.Australia in-plural slang with-definite-article
BuildingsneddyEnglishnounHorsepower.Australia colloquial plural-normally slang
BuildingsneddyEnglishnounAn idiot; a stupid or contemptible person.
BuildingsneddyEnglishnounAlternative form of netty: an outhouse; a lavatory; a toilet.Tyneside alt-of alternative obsolete
BuildingsprautkeTocharian Bnounenclosuremasculine
BuildingsprautkeTocharian Bnounprison, jailmasculine
Buildingssugar shackEnglishnounA building where sap from a sugarbush is boiled down to make maple syrup.
Buildingssugar shackEnglishnounA sugar bush (a forest or orchard of maples).rare
BuildingsτράπεζαGreeknounbankbusiness finance
BuildingsτράπεζαGreeknounceremonial table
Buildings and structuresmartyriumEnglishnounA tomb or other edifice erected in homage to a martyr.
Buildings and structuresmartyriumEnglishnounConfirming something by referring to one's own experience.rhetoric
Buildings and structuresprautkeTocharian Bnounenclosuremasculine
Buildings and structuresprautkeTocharian Bnounprison, jailmasculine
Buildings and structuresshielingEnglishnounAn area of summer pasture used for cattle, sheep etc.
Buildings and structuresshielingEnglishnounA shepherd's hut or shack.
Buildings and structurestheaterMiddle EnglishnounA theatre open to the sky; an amphitheatre.
Buildings and structurestheaterMiddle EnglishnounAny stage which plays and performances take place at.
Buildings and structurestheaterMiddle EnglishnounA whorehouse.rare
Caesalpinia subfamily plantsmoraEnglishnounA delay in bringing a claim.lawScottish
Caesalpinia subfamily plantsmoraEnglishnounA unit used to measure lines and stanzas of poetry.communications journalism literature media poetry publishing writing
Caesalpinia subfamily plantsmoraEnglishnounA unit of syllable weight used in phonology, by which stress, foot structure, or timing of utterance is determined in some languages (e.g. Japanese).human-sciences linguistics phonology sciences
Caesalpinia subfamily plantsmoraEnglishnounAny tree of the genus Mora of large South American trees.biology botany natural-sciences
Caesalpinia subfamily plantsmoraEnglishnounThe common mora (Mora moro).
Caesalpinia subfamily plantsmoraEnglishnounAlternative form of morra (finger-counting game)alt-of alternative uncountable
Caesalpinia subfamily plantsmoraEnglishnounAn ancient Spartan military unit of about a sixth of the Spartan army, typically composed of hoplites.government military politics warhistorical
Cakes and pastriesdonitsiFinnishnoundoughnut (deep-fried toroidal piece of dough or batter, especially when glazed)
Cakes and pastriesdonitsiFinnishnounbobble (elasticated band used for securing hair, especially a voluminous one)
Cakes and pastriesdonitsiFinnishnoundoughnut (spare tire that is smaller than the regular one)informal
Calendarde LunCornishadvon MondayStandard-Cornish
Calendarde LunCornishnameMondayStandard-Cornish masculine
CalendarferieMiddle EnglishnounA place where a ferry crosses.
CalendarferieMiddle EnglishnounA ferry.rare
CalendarferieMiddle EnglishnounA weekday; a day of the working week.
CalendarferieMiddle EnglishnounA feria; a day that isn't a festival.
CalendarweekendEnglishnounThe break in the working week, usually two days including the traditional holy or sabbath day. Thus in western countries, Saturday and Sunday.
CalendarweekendEnglishverbTo spend the weekend.
CalendarweekendEnglishadjOf, relating to or for the weekend.not-comparable
CalendarweekendEnglishadjOccurring at the weekend.not-comparable
CanadaCanadian FrenchEnglishnounFrench Canadians, collectively.plural plural-only
CanadaCanadian FrenchEnglishadjFrench Canadian.
CanadaCanadian FrenchEnglishnameThe French language as spoken by francophones in Canada.
CanadaCeanadachIrishadjCanadiannot-comparable
CanadaCeanadachIrishnounCanadianmasculine
Card gamesventtiFinnishnountwenty-one, vingt-et-un, pontoon (card game)
Card gamesventtiFinnishnounreaching 21 in the aforementioned game
Card gamesventtiFinnishnountwenty-one (the number 21)colloquial
Card gamesventtiFinnishadjtired, exhaustedcolloquial figuratively
Carnation family plantssweet williamEnglishnounA flowering plant, Dianthus barbatus, in the family Caryophyllaceae, native to the mountains of southern Europe from the Pyrenees east to the Carpathians and the Balkans.uncountable usually
Carnation family plantssweet williamEnglishnounVarious dogfish, especially when sold as food.uncountable usually
CarriageswhiskeyEnglishnounA liquor distilled from the fermented mash of grain (as rye, corn, or barley).England Ireland US countable uncountable
CarriageswhiskeyEnglishnounA drink of whiskey.England Ireland US countable uncountable
CarriageswhiskeyEnglishnounA light gig or carriage; a tim-whiskey.countable historical uncountable
CarriageswhiskeyEnglishnounAlternative letter-case form of Whiskey from the NATO/ICAO Phonetic Alphabet.alt-of countable uncountable
Caryophyllales order plantsgargetEnglishnounAn inflammation on a cow's or sheep's udder; synonym of mastitis.
Caryophyllales order plantsgargetEnglishnounA distemper in pigs accompanied by staggering and loss of appetite.
Caryophyllales order plantsgargetEnglishnounPokeweed.
CatsstumpieEnglishnounA Manx cat with a short stump of a tail.
CatsstumpieEnglishnounThe honey fungus.
CattlebangtailEnglishnounThe tail of a horse or cow, allowed to grow out and then trimmed horizontally so as to form a tassel; a horse or cow having such a tail.
CattlebangtailEnglishnounA racehorse.US
CattlebangtailEnglishnounA prostitute.slang
CattlebangtailEnglishnounAn envelope with a perforated flap on which promotional material is printed; the flap on such an envelope.business marketing
CattlebangtailEnglishverbTo shear off the hair horizontally at the end of a cow or horse's tail.
Cattle𒄞Sumeriannounbull, ox
Cattle𒄞Sumeriannouncattle
Cattle𒄞Sumeriannouncalf
Cattle𒄞Sumeriannounlion
Celery family plantsdropwortEnglishnounA perennial herb, Filipendula vulgaris, closely related to meadowsweet.
Celery family plantsdropwortEnglishnounAny plant of genus Oenanthe.
Celery family plantsdropwortEnglishnounAny plant of genus Oxypolis.
Celery family plantskerfillIcelandicnoungarden chervil (Anthriscus cerefolium)masculine
Celery family plantskerfillIcelandicnounchervil (spice)masculine
CervidselkEnglishnounAny of various large species of deer such as the red deer, moose or wapiti (see usage notes). / Any of the subspecies of the moose (Alces alces, alternatively named Eurasian elk to avoid confusion with the wapiti), that occurs only in Europe and Asia.
CervidselkEnglishnounAny of various large species of deer such as the red deer, moose or wapiti (see usage notes). / Any moose (Alces alces), the largest member of the deer family.Commonwealth Europe
CervidselkEnglishnounAny of various large species of deer such as the red deer, moose or wapiti (see usage notes). / common wapiti (Cervus canadensis), the second largest member of the deer family, once thought to be a subspecies of red deer.Canada US
CervidselkEnglishnounAny of various large species of deer such as the red deer, moose or wapiti (see usage notes). / Sambar (Cervus unicolor).British India
CervidselkEnglishnounAlternative form of elke (the common swan (Cygnus cygnus, syn. Cygnus ferus))alt-of alternative obsolete
Chemical elementsbéésh łichíiʼiiNavajonouncopper
Chemical elementsbéésh łichíiʼiiNavajonounbronze
Chemical elementsdisprosiumLimburgishnoundysprosiumneuter uncountable
Chemical elementsdisprosiumLimburgishnounA part of dysprosiumneuter
Chemical elementsאבראAramaicnounleaduncountable
Chemical elementsאבראAramaicnounfeather
ChemistryhäkäFinnishnounfumes rich in carbon monoxide caused by partial or incomplete combustion
ChemistryhäkäFinnishnouncarbon monoxidespecifically
ChemistryhäkäFinnishnounfumes, smoke, fog, hazearchaic
ChemistryhäkäFinnishnounanger, hatredarchaic dialectal
Chinese matched pairs《 》ChinesepunctEncloses titles of books.punctuation
Chinese matched pairs《 》ChinesepunctEncloses a text expressing something that is complained to be so "skilled" of the doer that can be written into a book named so. And derivedly, encloses a thing said by one which is thought to be ridiculous.Internet punctuation
ChristianityAdventistEnglishnounOne who believes in the Second Advent (usually known as the Second Coming) of Jesus; an advocate of Adventism.
ChristianityAdventistEnglishnounA member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.short-form
ChristianityAdventistEnglishadjRelating to believers in the Second Advent of Jesus; relating to Adventism.
ChristianityAdventistEnglishadjRelating to Seventh-day Adventism / the Seventh-day Adventist Church.short-form
ChristianitycompounderEnglishnounA person who compounds (mixes ingredients, and tests the result)
ChristianitycompounderEnglishnounOne who attempts to bring persons or parties to terms of agreement, or to accomplish ends by compromises.
ChristianitycompounderEnglishnounOne who compounds a debt, obligation, or crime.
ChristianitycompounderEnglishnounOne at a university who pays extraordinary fees for the degree he is to take.UK archaic
ChristianitycompounderEnglishnounA Jacobite who favoured the restoration of James II, on condition of a general amnesty and of guarantees for the security of the civil and ecclesiastical constitution of the realm.UK historical
ChristianitydiakenDutchnoundeacon, person involved in an ecclesiastical lay office for social affairs and charityChristianity Protestantismmasculine
ChristianitydiakenDutchnoundeacon, male in an unordained clerical office qualified for parish workCatholicism Christianity Roman-Catholicismmasculine
ChristianitymetanoiaEnglishnounA fundamental change of mind.countable uncountable
ChristianitymetanoiaEnglishnounA spiritual or religious conversion.countable in particular uncountable
ChristianitymetanoiaEnglishnounA fundamental change in the human personality.human-sciences psychology sciencescountable uncountable
ChristianitymetanoiaEnglishnounA device used to retract a statement just made, and then state it in a better way.countable rhetoric uncountable
ChristmasjuletidNorwegian BokmålnounChristmas timefeminine masculine
ChristmasjuletidNorwegian BokmålnounYuletidedated feminine masculine
CichlidstigerfishEnglishnounAny of a number of species of fish with stripes on their bodies, otherwise fearsome appearance, or aggressive predatory behavior, including, among others: / Any fish in the genus Hydrocynus of characins.Africa
CichlidstigerfishEnglishnounAny of a number of species of fish with stripes on their bodies, otherwise fearsome appearance, or aggressive predatory behavior, including, among others: / A cichlid of species Rhamphochromis longiceps, native to the Lake Malawi basin.Africa East
CichlidstigerfishEnglishnounAny of a number of species of fish with stripes on their bodies, otherwise fearsome appearance, or aggressive predatory behavior, including, among others: / The jarbua terapon and related species in the family Terapontidae.
CichlidstigerfishEnglishnounAny of a number of species of fish with stripes on their bodies, otherwise fearsome appearance, or aggressive predatory behavior, including, among others: / Any fish in the percoid genus Datnioides.
CichlidstigerfishEnglishnounAny of a number of species of fish with stripes on their bodies, otherwise fearsome appearance, or aggressive predatory behavior, including, among others: / Any barracuda.
CichlidstigerfishEnglishnounAny of a number of species of fish with stripes on their bodies, otherwise fearsome appearance, or aggressive predatory behavior, including, among others: / Any of the family Pimelodidae of catfishes.Guyana
CichlidstigerfishEnglishnounAny of a number of species of fish with stripes on their bodies, otherwise fearsome appearance, or aggressive predatory behavior, including, among others: / Any of the species Hoplias malabaricus and related characins in the family Erythrinidae.
CichlidstigerfishEnglishnounAny of a number of species of fish with stripes on their bodies, otherwise fearsome appearance, or aggressive predatory behavior, including, among others: / Any of the genus Pterois of east Asian lionfishes.
CichlidstigerfishEnglishnounA sea cucumber of the Indian Ocean (Bohadschia atra).
CircuscircusEnglishnounA traveling company of performers that may include acrobats, clowns, trained animals, and other novelty acts, that gives shows usually in a circular tent.
CircuscircusEnglishnounA round open space in a town or city where multiple streets meet.
CircuscircusEnglishnounA spectacle; a noisy fuss; a chaotic and/or crowded place.figuratively
CircuscircusEnglishnounIn the ancient Roman Empire, a building for chariot racing.historical
CircuscircusEnglishnounA code name for bomber attacks with fighter escorts in the day time. The attacks were against short-range targets with the intention of occupying enemy fighters and keeping their fighter units in the area concerned.government military politics war
CircuscircusEnglishnounCircuit; space; enclosure.obsolete
CircuscircusEnglishverbTo take part in a circus; or to be displayed as if in a circus
CitiesStratusLatinnamethe capital of Acarnania, situated on the right bank of the river Achelousdeclension-2 feminine singular
CitiesStratusLatinnameA river in Hyrcania, mentioned by Plinydeclension-2 feminine singular
CitiesԹիֆլիսArmeniannameTiflishistorical
CitiesԹիֆլիսArmeniannameTbilisicolloquial
CitiesἌντανδροςAncient GreeknameAntandrus (a city)
CitiesἌντανδροςAncient Greeknamea male given name, equivalent to English Antander
Citrus subfamily plantsvinrutaSwedishnouncommon rue, (Ruta graveolens)common-gender
Citrus subfamily plantsvinrutaSwedishnounrue, any plant of the genus Rutacommon-gender
Classical studieskraterDutchnounmeteoric craterastronomy natural-sciencesmasculine
Classical studieskraterDutchnounvolcanic cratergeography geology natural-sciencesmasculine
Classical studieskraterDutchnouncrater caused by an explosionmasculine
Classical studieskraterDutchnounkrater (Ancient Greek vessel)archaeology history human-sciences sciencesmasculine
ClothingA-lineEnglishadjHaving a silhouette that replicates the letter A by flaring out from the top, like a funnel, narrow and fitted at the neck and shoulders, skimming the hips and widening toward the bottom, with little or no shaping or seaming at the waist.not-comparable
ClothingA-lineEnglishnounAny article of clothing with a narrow mid-section and a flared bottom.
ClothingbecollaredEnglishadjwearing a collar, or describing a shirt with a collarnot-comparable
ClothingbecollaredEnglishadjwearing a shirt, and thus of an upper classbroadly not-comparable
ClothingdapperEnglishadjNeat, trim.
ClothingdapperEnglishadjStylishly dressed, neatly dressed, spiffy.
ClothingdapperEnglishadjQuick; little and active.
ClothingdressNorwegian Bokmålnouna suit (either formal wear, or leisure or sports wear)business clothing fashion lifestyle manufacturing textilesmasculine
ClothingdressNorwegian Bokmålverbimperative of dresseform-of imperative
ClothingdrānaLatviannounfabric (cloth, material made of fibers)declension-4 feminine
ClothingdrānaLatviannounpiece of cloth, handkerchiefdeclension-4 feminine
ClothingdrānaLatviannounclothes, garmentsdeclension-4 feminine plural
ClothingdòrnanScottish GaelicnounDiminutive of dòrndiminutive form-of masculine
ClothingdòrnanScottish Gaelicnounsmall fistmasculine
ClothingdòrnanScottish Gaelicnounsmall handfulmasculine
ClothingdòrnanScottish Gaelicnounpart of an oar grasped in the hand in rowingmasculine
ClothingdòrnanScottish Gaelicnounhandful of lintmasculine
ClothingdòrnanScottish Gaelicnounmittenmasculine
ClothingdòrnanScottish Gaelicnounhandful of corn cut with one stroke of the reaping-hookmasculine
ClothingdòrnanScottish Gaelicnounsheaf of barleymasculine
ClothingdòrnanScottish Gaelicnounsmall rope with eyelets in each end which goes round the head-post in a byre and to which the neck-rope of a cow is tied, the end being reeved through the eyeletsLewis masculine
ClothingdòrnanScottish Gaelicnounsmall bundlemasculine
ClothingdòrnanScottish Gaelicnounthe part of a tether between the swivel and the animalmasculine
Clothingfull dressEnglishnounClothing worn on formal occasions.uncountable
Clothingfull dressEnglishadjRequiring a full-scale operation with attention to every minute detail.not-comparable
ClothinggarterEnglishnounA band worn around the leg to hold up a sock or stocking.
ClothinggarterEnglishnounA bendlet.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politics
ClothinggarterEnglishverbto fasten with a garter
ClothinghoodieEnglishnounA sweatshirt with an integral hood and, sometimes, a large kangaroo pocket at the front.
ClothinghoodieEnglishnounA young person wearing such a sweatshirt, usually a male, stereotypically associated with antisocial behaviour.Britain derogatory often slang
ClothinghoodieEnglishnounforeskinslang
ClothinghoodieEnglishnounThe hooded crow, Corvus cornix.
ClothinghuiviFinnishnounheadscarf (piece of cloth worn over the head)
ClothinghuiviFinnishnounneckerchief, necker (type of neckwear, consisting of a rolled piece of cloth and often a woggle)
ClothinghuiviFinnishnounscarf
ClothingkleedDutchnounclothneuter
ClothingkleedDutchnounlong cloth garment, notably: / formal robeBelgium neuter
ClothingkleedDutchnounlong cloth garment, notably: / female dressBelgium neuter
ClothingkleedDutchnounrug, matneuter
ClothingkleedDutchnounplumagebiology natural-sciences ornithologyneuter
ClothingkleedDutchverbinflection of kleden: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / first-person singular present indicativefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
ClothingkleedDutchverbinflection of kleden: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / imperativeform-of imperative
ClothingosanScottish Gaelicnounleg (of trousers)masculine
ClothingosanScottish Gaelicnounstocking, hosemasculine
ClothingpeekabooEnglishnounA game for a small child in which one covers one's face, then suddenly reveals it, saying "Boo!" or "Peekaboo!".gamesuncountable
ClothingpeekabooEnglishadjWith holes, slits or transparent fabric to reveal what is normally hidden.not-comparable of clothing
ClothingpeekabooEnglishadjBeing or using a style of boxing with the hands kept close to the face to defend it.boxing government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports warnot-comparable
ClothingpeekabooEnglishverbTo peep out.intransitive
ClothingpeekabooEnglishintjBoo (when showing oneself unexpectedly).
ClothingropMiddle EnglishnounA cord or string: / A rope; a strong intertwined cord.
ClothingropMiddle EnglishnounA cord or string: / A ship's line.nautical transport
ClothingropMiddle EnglishnounA cord or string: / A Franciscan corded belt.rare
ClothingropMiddle EnglishnounA noose; a loop of rope.
ClothingropMiddle EnglishnounAn intestine; a gut.plural-normally
ClothingropMiddle EnglishnounA call; a cry.Early-Middle-English rare
ClothingtuxedoEnglishnounA typically black formal jacket worn by men.
ClothingtuxedoEnglishnounThe entire suit complementing and including this jacket.
ClothingtuxedoEnglishnounEllipsis of tuxedo cat.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
Clothingwash-and-wearEnglishadjThat requires no ironing after being washed and dried.not-comparable of clothing
Clothingwash-and-wearEnglishadjNot requiring styling or special tools; able to be washed and naturally air-dried.not-comparable of a hairstyle
ClothingwristerEnglishnounA wrist shot, a shot made primarily with a wrist motionhobbies ice-hockey lifestyle skating sports
ClothingwristerEnglishnounA knitted wrist coveringUS dated
ClothingܥܙܪܘܪܐClassical Syriacnounswathe, band
ClothingܥܙܪܘܪܐClassical Syriacnounswaddling clothesin-plural
ClothingܥܡܪܐClassical Syriacnounwool
ClothingܥܡܪܐClassical Syriacnounmonastic garment
ClothingܥܡܪܐClassical Syriacnounpith
ClothingܥܡܪܐClassical Syriacnouninhabiting, dwellinguncountable
CnidariansstingerEnglishnounA pointed portion of an insect or arachnid used for attack.
CnidariansstingerEnglishnounAnything that is used to sting, as a means of attack.
CnidariansstingerEnglishnounAnything, such as an insult, that stings mentally or psychologically.
CnidariansstingerEnglishnounA cocktail of brandy and crème de menthe.
CnidariansstingerEnglishnounA portable bed of nails to puncture car tires, used by police and military forces.
CnidariansstingerEnglishnounA minor neurological injury of the spine characterized by a shooting or stinging pain down one arm, followed by numbness and weakness.
CnidariansstingerEnglishnounA station identifier on television or radio played between shows.
CnidariansstingerEnglishnounA scene shown on films or television shows after the credits.
CnidariansstingerEnglishnounA nonlethal grenade using rubber instead of shrapnel, more commonly called a sting grenade.slang
CnidariansstingerEnglishnounA short musical phrase or chord used non-diegetically to dramatic or emphatic effect.
CnidariansstingerEnglishnounA final note played at the end of a military march.slang
CnidariansstingerEnglishnounAn extension cord.broadcasting film media televisionslang
CnidariansstingerEnglishnounA stinging nettle.West-Country slang
CnidariansstingerEnglishnounChironex fleckeri, an extremely venomous Australian box jellyfish.
CnidariansstingerEnglishnounAn improvised heating element used to boil or heat water in prison.slang
CoffeeurnEnglishnounA vase with a footed base.
CoffeeurnEnglishnounA metal vessel for serving tea or coffee.
CoffeeurnEnglishnounA vessel for the ashes or cremains of a deceased person.
CoffeeurnEnglishnounAny place of burial; the grave.figuratively
CoffeeurnEnglishnounA measure of capacity for liquids, containing about three gallons and a half, wine measure. It was half the amphora, and four times the congius.Roman historical
CoffeeurnEnglishnounA hollow body shaped like an urn, in which the spores of mosses are contained; a spore case; a theca.biology botany natural-sciences
CoffeeurnEnglishverbTo place in an urn.transitive
CoinsscuteEnglishnounA horny, chitinous, or bony external plate or scale, as on the shell of a turtle or the skin of crocodiles.biology natural-sciences zoology
CoinsscuteEnglishnounA proneural gene, often associated with achaete, that is required for the formation of many larval and adult sense organsbiology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciences
CoinsscuteEnglishnounA small shield.obsolete
CoinsscuteEnglishnounAn old French gold coin.historical
CollectivescavalryEnglishnounThe military arm of service that fights while riding horses.government military politics waruncountable
CollectivescavalryEnglishnounAn individual unit of the cavalry arm of service.government military politics warcountable
CollectivescavalryEnglishnounThe branch of the military transported by fast light vehicles, also known as mechanized cavalry.government military politics warcountable
CollectivescavalryEnglishnounSource of rescue, especially in an emergency.countable figuratively uncountable
CollectiveschoirEnglishnounA group of people who sing together; a company of people who are trained to sing together.
CollectiveschoirEnglishnounThe part of a church where the choir assembles for song.architecture
CollectiveschoirEnglishnounOne of the nine ranks or orders of angels.angelology lifestyle religion theologyChristian
CollectiveschoirEnglishnounSet of strings (one per note) for a harpsichord.
CollectiveschoirEnglishverbTo sing in concert.intransitive
CollectivesclassEnglishnounA group, collection, category or set sharing characteristics or attributes.countable
CollectivesclassEnglishnounA social grouping, based on job, wealth, etc. In Britain, society is commonly split into three main classes: upper class, middle class and working class.human-sciences sciences social-science sociologycountable
CollectivesclassEnglishnounThe division of society into classes.uncountable
CollectivesclassEnglishnounAdmirable behavior; elegance.uncountable
CollectivesclassEnglishnounA group of students in a regularly scheduled meeting with a teacher.educationcountable uncountable
CollectivesclassEnglishnounA series of lessons covering a single subject.countable uncountable
CollectivesclassEnglishnounA group of students who commenced or completed their education during a particular year. A school class.countable
CollectivesclassEnglishnounA category of seats in an airplane, train or other means of mass transportation.countable
CollectivesclassEnglishnounA rank in the classification of organisms, below phylum and above order; a taxon of that rank.biology natural-sciences taxonomycountable
CollectivesclassEnglishnounBest of its kind.countable uncountable
CollectivesclassEnglishnounA grouping of data values in an interval, often used for computation of a frequency distribution.mathematics sciences statisticscountable uncountable
CollectivesclassEnglishnounA collection of sets definable by a shared property.mathematics sciences set-theorycountable uncountable
CollectivesclassEnglishnounA group of people subject to be conscripted in the same military draft, or more narrowly those persons actually conscripted in a particular draft.government military politics warcountable uncountable
CollectivesclassEnglishnounA set of objects having the same behavior (but typically differing in state), or a template defining such a set in terms of its common properties, functions, etc.countable
CollectivesclassEnglishnounOne of the sections into which a Methodist church or congregation is divided, supervised by a class leader.countable uncountable
CollectivesclassEnglishverbTo assign to a class; to classify.transitive
CollectivesclassEnglishverbTo be grouped or classed.intransitive
CollectivesclassEnglishverbTo divide into classes, as students; to form into, or place in, a class or classes.transitive
CollectivesclassEnglishadjgreat; fabulousIreland Tyneside not-comparable slang
ColorsbovuSwaziconjredrelative
ColorsbovuSwazinounpus
ColorscanusLatinadjwhiteadjective declension-1 declension-2
ColorscanusLatinadjhoaryadjective declension-1 declension-2
ColorscanusLatinadjfrothyadjective declension-1 declension-2 of water
ColorscanusLatinadjgrayadjective declension-1 declension-2 of hair
ColorscokelatIndonesiannounchocolate (food made from ground roasted cocoa beans)countable
ColorscokelatIndonesiannounbrown (color)uncountable
ColorseejoWaujanounsoot
ColorseejoWaujanounsooty color, dusky, charcoal gray, nearly black
ColorslotongMalaynounlutung: any of a group of Old World monkeys making up the genus Trachypithecus
ColorslotongMalaynounsurili: a small Old World monkey of the genus Presbytis
ColorslotongMalayadjblack (absorbing all light)
ColorsmarigoldEnglishnounAny of the Old World plants, of the genus Calendula, with orange, yellow or reddish flowers.
ColorsmarigoldEnglishnounAny of the New World plants, of the genus Tagetes, with orange, yellow or reddish flowers.
ColorsmarigoldEnglishnounA million pounds sterling.UK obsolete slang
ColorsmarigoldEnglishnounAlternative form of Marigold (rubber glove for cleaning)alt-of alternative
ColorsmarigoldEnglishadjHaving the color of marigolds, a bright yellowish-orange hue.
ColorsniveusLatinadjsnow, snowy, snowclad, snow-coveredadjective declension-1 declension-2 relational
ColorsniveusLatinadjsnow-whiteadjective declension-1 declension-2
ColorsokraFinnishadjochre (having a yellow-orange colour)
ColorsokraFinnishnounochre (pigment)
ColorsokraFinnishnounochre (color)
ColorsokraFinnishnounokra, Abelmoschus esculentus
ColorsLouisiana CreoleadjAlternative form of vèr (“green; unripe; fresh; inexperienced”)alt-of alternative
ColorsLouisiana CreolenounAlternative form of vèr (“glass; drinking glass”)alt-of alternative
ColorsկապուտակOld Armenianadjblue; sky-blue, light blue; navy-blue; having the blue color of the hyacinth lily
ColorsկապուտակOld Armenianadjlivid
ColorsկապուտակOld Armenianadjreddish, blackberry-colored, violet
ColorsկապուտակOld Armeniannounblue matter, blue dyed wool, flower
ColorsկապուտակOld Armeniannounblue mineral, from which a blue dye is produced
ColorsկապուտակOld Armeniannounhyacinth (gem)
Colorsబభ్రువుTeluguadjRuddy, tawny, red, iron grey, like the colour of the ichneumon.
Colorsబభ్రువుTeluguadjBrown.
Colorsబభ్రువుTeluguadjYellowish green.
Colorsబభ్రువుTelugunounA brown cow.
Colubrid snakesmudsnakeEnglishnounA snak of species Farancia abacura of non-venomous semi-aquatic colubrid snakes endemic to the southeastern United States.
Colubrid snakesmudsnakeEnglishnounA Indo-Australian water snake, bockadam, of family Homalopsidae.
ComedyjokotLatvianverbto joke, to jest, to make fun of something (to say or do something in order to amuse, to cause laughter)intransitive
ComedyjokotLatvianverbto joke (to say or do something not meant to be taken seriously)intransitive
ComedyjokotLatvianverbto joke, to play (to act recklessly, imprudently)intransitive
Communicationget acrossEnglishverbTo cross; to move from one side (of something) to the other, literally or figuratively.intransitive transitive
Communicationget acrossEnglishverbTo make an idea evident; to successfully explain a thought or feeling; put over.transitive
CommunicationweyvenMiddle EnglishverbTo decide not to engage in or with something; to ignore one's right to do something: / To refuse to perform a task or job or take on a duty.
CommunicationweyvenMiddle EnglishverbTo decide not to engage in or with something; to ignore one's right to do something: / To waive, renounce or reject something; to give up or go without. (e.g. a cause, a luxury, or a plot of land)
CommunicationweyvenMiddle EnglishverbTo decide not to engage in or with something; to ignore one's right to do something: / To abscond; to sign out or relieve oneself.
CommunicationweyvenMiddle EnglishverbTo avoid or to resist engaging in something: / To withstand attack or tempting; to remain unbroken or resistant.
CommunicationweyvenMiddle EnglishverbTo avoid or to resist engaging in something: / To escape from something; to elude or remain unfindable.
CommunicationweyvenMiddle EnglishverbTo block; to prevent: / To dismiss; to send away or drive away.
CommunicationweyvenMiddle EnglishverbTo block; to prevent: / To eliminate, to get rid of or purge.
CommunicationweyvenMiddle EnglishverbTo block; to prevent: / To deem illegal; to declare someone to be a criminal.
CommunicationweyvenMiddle EnglishverbTo block; to prevent: / To distract; to stop from entering.
CommunicationweyvenMiddle EnglishverbTo facilitate the passage of something to someone.
CommunicationweyvenMiddle EnglishverbTo surrender; to admit or acknowledge defeat.
CommunicationweyvenMiddle EnglishverbTo shake, waver or totter; to move to and fro: / To dangle; to sway to and fro while suspended.
CommunicationweyvenMiddle EnglishverbTo shake, waver or totter; to move to and fro: / To move about; to travel aimlessly or erratically.
CommunicationweyvenMiddle EnglishverbTo shake, waver or totter; to move to and fro: / To be easily convinced to change course; to be uncertain.figuratively rare
CommunicationweyvenMiddle EnglishverbTo cause to shake, waver or totter; to push around: / To open, to lift up.rare
CommunicationweyvenMiddle EnglishverbTo cause to shake, waver or totter; to push around: / To make oneself distracted.figuratively rare
Compass pointsపూర్వముTeluguadjfirst, former, prior, preceding, initial, before, in front of: old, ancient.
Compass pointsపూర్వముTeluguadjeast, eastern.
CompilationkääntäjäFinnishnountranslator
CompilationkääntäjäFinnishnouncompilercomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
Computer graphicspixelatedEnglishadjOf an image, visibly made of discrete pixels.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
Computer graphicspixelatedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of pixelateform-of participle past
ComputingDréckerLuxembourgishnounprinter (person)masculine
ComputingDréckerLuxembourgishnounprinter, printing machinemasculine
ComputinginternetCebuanonouninternet / any set of computer networks that communicate using the Internet Protocol
ComputinginternetCebuanonouninternet / the Internet, the largest global internet
ComputinginternetCebuanonouninternet / an internet connection, internet connectivity, access to the internet
ConifersdamarEnglishnounA large tree of the order Coniferae, indigenous to the East Indies and Australasia, now genus Agathis.countable uncountable
ConifersdamarEnglishnounA clear to yellow resin, obtained in Malaya from trees of the genera Shorea (family Dipterocarpaceae) and Symplocos (family Symplocaceae), used in varnishes and inkscountable uncountable
ConifersdamarEnglishnounAny of various hard resins, obtained especially from evergreen trees, notably of the genera Agathis (family Araucariaceae) and Hopea (family Dipterocarpaceae), native to southeast Asia, also used in varnishes and lacquers.countable uncountable
ConifersromerilloEnglishnounAny of several plants found in Latin America, often with foliage resembling rosemary leaves. / Podocarpus spp. (plum pines, yellowwoods), including
ConifersromerilloEnglishnounAny of several plants found in Latin America, often with foliage resembling rosemary leaves. / Podocarpus spp. (plum pines, yellowwoods), including / Podocarpus glomeratus, of equatorial montane rainforests of South America.
ConifersromerilloEnglishnounAny of several plants found in Latin America, often with foliage resembling rosemary leaves. / Abies guatemalensis (Guatemalan fir)
ConifersromerilloEnglishnounAny of several plants found in Latin America, often with foliage resembling rosemary leaves. / Asclepias linaria (pineneedle milkweed)
ConifersromerilloEnglishnounAny of several plants found in Latin America, often with foliage resembling rosemary leaves. / Baccharis sarothroides (desert broom)
ConifersromerilloEnglishnounAny of several plants found in Latin America, often with foliage resembling rosemary leaves. / Bidens alba (beggar's ticks)
ConifersromerilloEnglishnounAny of several plants found in Latin America, often with foliage resembling rosemary leaves. / Suaeda nigra (bush seepweed, Mojave sea-blite)
Conspiracy theoriesbirtherEnglishnounOne who gives birth.rare
Conspiracy theoriesbirtherEnglishnounA believer in the conspiracy theory that Barack Obama, 44th president of the United States (2009–2017), was not born in that country, and therefore ineligible for the presidency under the United States Constitution (Article II, Section 1).government politicsUS derogatory slang
Conspiracy theoriesbirtherEnglishnounMore generally, anyone who questions the eligibility of a candidate for office based on their citizenship status.government politicsUS derogatory slang
Conspiracy theoriesbirtherEnglishverbTo question the eligibility of a candidate for office or the location of one's birth.government politicsUS derogatory slang
ContainersSeint GraalMiddle EnglishnameThe Holy Grail; Sangrail.
ContainersSeint GraalMiddle EnglishnameThe book of the Grail.rare
ContainersatoobaanOjibwenouna large container for liquidanimate
ContainersatoobaanOjibwenountrough, vatanimate
ContainersatoobaanOjibwenountankanimate
ContainersatoobaanOjibwenounsinkanimate
ContainersatoobaanOjibwenounradiatoranimate
ContainersatoobaanOjibwenouna large container for liquidinanimate
ContainersatoobaanOjibwenountrough, vatinanimate
ContainersatoobaanOjibwenountankinanimate
ContainersatoobaanOjibwenounsinkinanimate
ContainersatoobaanOjibwenounradiatorinanimate
CookingmasakMalayverbto cook (prepare (food) for eating)transitive
CookingmasakMalayverbto boil, to seethe (of water)transitive
CookingmasakMalayadjcooked
CookingmasakMalayadjripe
Cookware and bakewarechunguSwahilinounearthenware pot, used for cooking riceclass-7 class-8
Cookware and bakewarechunguSwahilinounantclass-7 class-8
Cookware and bakewarechunguSwahiliadjbitterdeclinable
Cornales order plantsassegaiEnglishnounA slim hardwood spear or javelin with an iron tip, especially those used by Bantu peoples of Southern Africa.
Cornales order plantsassegaiEnglishnounThe tree species Curtisia dentata, the wood of which is traditionally used to make assegais.
Cornales order plantsassegaiEnglishverbTo spear with an assegai.
CosmeticsschminkdoosDutchnounbox for face paintfeminine
CosmeticsschminkdoosDutchnounwoman who tends to excessively wear make-upBrabant feminine
Counties of EnglandNorthumberlandEnglishnameThe most northerly county of England bordered by County Durham, Cumbria, Tyne and Wear, Scotland and the North Sea.
Counties of EnglandNorthumberlandEnglishnameA unitary authority in England which includes all of the traditional county except the area around Newcastle upon Tyne.
Counties of EnglandNorthumberlandEnglishnameAn English dukedom.
Countries in EuropeBritioEsperantonamethe United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, including Scotland and Wales
Countries in EuropeBritioEsperantonameGreat Britain
Countries in EuropeĪrijaLatviannameIreland (a large island in Europe, one of the British Isles)declension-4 feminine
Countries in EuropeĪrijaLatviannameIreland (a country and state on the island of the same name)declension-4 feminine
Creationismneo-creationistEnglishadjOf or concerning the movement of neo-creationism.
Creationismneo-creationistEnglishnounA proponent of neo-creationism.
Cricketon the upEnglishprep_phraseRising; becoming greater in number or magnitude.idiomatic
Cricketon the upEnglishprep_phraseWhile the ball is rising.hobbies lifestyle sports
CrimecounterfeitEnglishadjFalse, especially of money; intended to deceive or carry appearance of being genuine.not-comparable
CrimecounterfeitEnglishadjInauthentic.not-comparable
CrimecounterfeitEnglishadjAssuming the appearance of something; deceitful; hypocritical.not-comparable
CrimecounterfeitEnglishnounA non-genuine article; a fake.
CrimecounterfeitEnglishnounOne who counterfeits; a counterfeiter.
CrimecounterfeitEnglishnounThat which resembles another thing; a likeness; a portrait; a counterpart.obsolete
CrimecounterfeitEnglishnounAn impostor; a cheat.obsolete
CrimecounterfeitEnglishverbTo falsely produce what appears to be official or valid; to produce a forged copy of.transitive
CrimecounterfeitEnglishverbTo produce a faithful copy of.obsolete transitive
CrimecounterfeitEnglishverbTo feign; to mimic.obsolete transitive
CrimecounterfeitEnglishverbOf a turn or river card, to invalidate a player's hand by making a better hand on the board.card-games pokertransitive
CrimecrucifierMiddle EnglishnounOne who crucifies.Late-Middle-English
CrimecrucifierMiddle EnglishnounAn enemy of Christianity.Late-Middle-English figuratively
CrimetransgressourMiddle EnglishnounA sinner; an evildoer.Late-Middle-English
CrimetransgressourMiddle EnglishnounA criminal; a lawbreaker.Late-Middle-English
CrimeქურდიGeorgiannounthief
CrimeქურდიGeorgiannounSynonym of კანონიერი ქურდი (ḳanonieri kurdi)informal slang
CroakerssciaenoidEnglishadjOf or relating to the Sciaenidae, a family of marine fishes.biology natural-sciences zoologynot-comparable
CroakerssciaenoidEnglishnounAny of the Sciaenidae, a family of marine fishes.biology natural-sciences zoology
Cultureqwa'isneatCahuillanounsign, painting
Cultureqwa'isneatCahuillanounletter, writing
CurlingcurlerEnglishnounOne of a set of small cylindrical tubes used to curl hair.
CurlingcurlerEnglishnounA sportsman who plays curling.
CurlingcurlerEnglishnounA pass or a shot of the ball which swerves.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sports
CurrenciesshekelEnglishnounA currency unit of both ancient and modern Israel.
CurrenciesshekelEnglishnounMoney.slang
CurrenciesshekelEnglishnounAn ancient unit of weight equivalent to one-fiftieth of a mina.historical
CurrenciesペンスJapanesenounpenny, pence (various national currency and value)
CurrenciesペンスJapanesenameA transliteration of the English surname Pence
CyberneticscyberneticEnglishadjOf or relating to cybernetics—the mathematical study of communication and control in living organisms or machines.
CyberneticscyberneticEnglishadjOf or relating to computers and internet.
CytologycytologistEnglishnounA scientist who studies the physical characteristics of chromosomes.
CytologycytologistEnglishnounA biologist who studies cells.
Dairy productssoycheeseEnglishnounSynonym of tofucountable uncountable
Dairy productssoycheeseEnglishnounAny cheese-like product incorporating both soy and milk.countable uncountable
DanceကBurmesecharacterKa, the first letter of the Burmese alphabet, called ကကြီး (ka.kri:) in Burmese.letter
DanceကBurmeseconjif
DanceကBurmeseparticleindicates the subject of the sentence, a topic marker
DanceကBurmesepostpin, on (in reference to a point in time in the past)
DanceကBurmesepostpfrom (in reference to a place)
DanceကBurmeseverbto dance
DanceကBurmesenounfishused in compounds
DancesdaggeringEnglishnounA stab from, or as if from, a dagger.countable uncountable
DancesdaggeringEnglishnounA type of dance associated with dancehall, where dancers simulate dry sex to the musical beat.countable uncountable
DancesdaggeringEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of daggerform-of gerund participle present
DancesdiscoEnglishnounClipping of discotheque, a nightclub for dancing.abbreviation alt-of clipping countable
DancesdiscoEnglishnounA genre of dance music that was popular in the 1970s, characterized by elements of soul music with a strong Latin-American beat and often accompanied by pulsating lights.entertainment lifestyle musicuncountable
DancesdiscoEnglishverbTo dance disco-style dances.intransitive
DancesdiscoEnglishverbTo go to discotheques.intransitive
DancesdiscoEnglishnoundiscovery (pre-trial phase in which evidence is gathered)lawUS informal
DancesdiscoEnglishnoundiscovery (materials revealed to the opposing party during the pre-trial phase in which evidence is gathered)lawUS informal
DanceshulaEnglishnounA form of chant and dance, which was developed in the Hawaiian Islands by the Polynesians who originally settled there.
DanceshulaEnglishverbTo dance the hula.intransitive
Dayall-dayEnglishadjLasting throughout the whole day.not-comparable
Dayall-dayEnglishadjAvailable throughout the whole day.not-comparable
Days of the weeksondaRomanschnounSaturdayRumantsch-Grischun Surmiran Sursilvan Sutsilvan Vallander feminine
Days of the weeksondaRomanschadvon Saturday
Days of the weekשבתHebrewnounShabbat, Sabbath; weekly day of rest
Days of the weekשבתHebrewnounSaturday
Days of the weekשבתHebrewnounweek (Mishnaic Hebrew)archaic
Days of the weekשבתHebrewverbto stop working, to restconstruction-pa'al
Days of the weekשבתHebrewverbto go on strikeconstruction-pa'al
Days of the weekשבתHebrewverbbare infinitive (infinitive construct or gerund) of יָשַׁב (yasháv)
DeathcluichScottish Gaelicnounplay, game, pastime, sportmasculine
DeathcluichScottish Gaelicnounfuneral games, funeral rites, solemnitiesmasculine
DeathcluichScottish Gaelicnounbattlemasculine
DeathcluichScottish Gaelicnounvacationmasculine
DeathcluichScottish Gaelicnounflirtingmasculine
DeathcluichScottish Gaelicnoungamingmasculine
DeathcluichScottish Gaelicnounperformanceentertainment lifestyle theatermasculine
DeathcluichScottish Gaelicnounverbal noun of cluichform-of masculine noun-from-verb
DeathcluichScottish Gaelicverbplay
DeathdeathEnglishnounThe cessation of life and all associated processes; the end of an organism's existence as an entity independent from its environment and its return to an inert, nonliving state.countable uncountable
DeathdeathEnglishnounThe cessation of life and all associated processes; the end of an organism's existence as an entity independent from its environment and its return to an inert, nonliving state. / Execution (in the judicial sense).countable uncountable
DeathdeathEnglishnounThe personification of death as a (usually male) hooded figure with a scythe; the Grim Reaper.capitalized countable often uncountable
DeathdeathEnglishnounThe collapse or end of something.countable uncountable
DeathdeathEnglishnounThe collapse or end of something. / A cause of great stress, exhaustion, embarrassment, or another negative condition (for someone).countable especially figuratively followed by of-phrase uncountable
DeathdeathEnglishnounSpiritual lifelessness.countable figuratively uncountable
Deathdo inEnglishverbTo kill or end.colloquial transitive
Deathdo inEnglishverbTo exhaust, to tire out.colloquial transitive
Deathdo inEnglishverbTo damage or injure.colloquial transitive
DeathmoriorLatinverbto dieconjugation-3 deponent iō-variant
DeathmoriorLatinverbto decay, witherconjugation-3 deponent iō-variant
DeathterminallyEnglishadvIn a terminal manner.
DeathterminallyEnglishadvLeading to death; lasting until death.
DeathterminallyEnglishadvTo the target.government military politics warof missile guidance
DeathterminallyEnglishadvLocated at the end.
DeathzoocideEnglishnounThe systematic or targeted killing of animals.
DeathzoocideEnglishnounAny substance intended to kill animals.
Death💀TranslingualsymbolDeath.
Death💀TranslingualsymbolDying of laughter, especially in response to dark humour.Internet excessive
Death💀TranslingualsymbolConveying shock or secondhand embarrassment.Internet
DemonymsBelizeanEnglishnounA person from Belize or of Belizean descent.
DemonymsBelizeanEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to Belize, or the Belizean people.not-comparable
DemonymsBosnianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Bosnian people or their culture and language.
DemonymsBosnianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Bosniahistorical
DemonymsBosnianEnglishadjPertaining to Bosniaksnonstandard
DemonymsBosnianEnglishnounA person from Bosnia and Herzegovina or of Bosnian descent.countable
DemonymsBosnianEnglishnounThe standardized variety of Serbo-Croatian, a South Slavic language, spoken primarily by Bosniaks in Bosnia and Herzegovina.uncountable
DemonymsBosnianEnglishnounSerbo-Croatian in general, as spoken in Bosnia.countable historical uncountable
DemonymsBosnianEnglishnounA Bosniak.countable nonstandard uncountable
DemonymsManilenyoTagalogadjManileño
DemonymsManilenyoTagalognounManileño
DemonymsManilenyoTagalognounThe de facto dialect of Tagalog spoken in Manila, used as the standard for the Filipino language.
DemonymsRumelianEnglishadjOf or from Rumelia.
DemonymsRumelianEnglishnounA native or inhabitant of Rumelia.
DemonymsRumelianEnglishnameA dialect of Turkish spoken in Rumelia.
DemonymsRusianEnglishadjrelated to the Rus (people)not-comparable
DemonymsRusianEnglishadjfrom or related to the medieval state of Kievan Rusnot-comparable
DemonymsRusianEnglishnameOld East Slavic.
DemonymsSumatranEnglishadjFrom, or pertaining to, the island of Sumatranot-comparable
DemonymsSumatranEnglishnounSomeone from Sumatra
DemonymsWestphalianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Westphalia region or its people and culture.not-comparable
DemonymsWestphalianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Westphalian Low German.human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable
DemonymsWestphalianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Peace of Westphalia of 1648 which established a new system of political order in Central Europe, based on the concept of co-existing sovereign states.government politicsnot-comparable
DemonymsWestphalianEnglishnounSomeone from Westphalia
DemonymsWestphalianEnglishnounOne of the major dialect groups of West Low German spoken in Westphalia.
DemonymsWestphalianEnglishnounA European phase of the upper Carboniferous period.geography geology natural-sciencesuncountable
DemonymsWestphalianEnglishnounA warmblood horse bred in the Westphalia region.
DemonymsgrieķisLatviannounGreek, a man born in Greece; also, an Ancient Greek, a man born in Ancient Greece (synonym: sengrieķis)declension-2 masculine
DemonymsgrieķisLatviannounGreek; pertaining to Greece and its people; also, pertaining to Ancient Greece and its peopledeclension-2 genitive masculine plural
DemonymsitālisLatviannounItalic; a member of the ancient Italic peoples of primitive Italydeclension-2 masculine
DemonymsitālisLatviannounItalian (i.e., a man born in Italy)declension-2 masculine
DemonymsitālisLatviannounItalian; pertaining to Italy and its peopledeclension-2 genitive masculine plural
DemonymsķīnietisLatviannouna Chinese man, a man from China or of Chinese descentdeclension-2 masculine
DemonymsķīnietisLatviannounChinese, pertaining to China and its peopledeclension-2 genitive masculine plural
Designer dogsspoodleEnglishnounA utensil midway between a spoon and a ladle, typically used for covering a pizza base with sauce.
Designer dogsspoodleEnglishnounSynonym of cockapoo (“cross between an American cocker spaniel and a miniature poodle”)
DessertsdoucetMiddle EnglishadjSweet-tasting, sugary.Late-Middle-English rare
DessertsdoucetMiddle EnglishadjNice-tasting, tasty or delicious.Late-Middle-English rare
DessertsdoucetMiddle EnglishadjMelodious, harmonious.Late-Middle-English rare
DessertsdoucetMiddle EnglishadjNice, friendly, kind.Late-Middle-English rare
DessertsdoucetMiddle EnglishnounA sort of dessert.Late-Middle-English rare
DessertsdoucetMiddle EnglishnounA sort of musical instrument.Late-Middle-English rare
Devanagari letter namesहकारSanskritnounThe name of the Devanagari letter ह (ha).
Devanagari letter namesहकारSanskritnounthe sound of the ह letter, /ɦɐ/
DiplomacyfrithMiddle EnglishnounA state of general peace or tranquility.uncountable
DiplomacyfrithMiddle EnglishnounTraditional or customary law.rare uncountable
DiplomacyfrithMiddle Englishnounroyal forest or wood
DiplomacyfrithMiddle Englishnounforested wild
DiplomacyfrithMiddle Englishnounforest clearing
DiplomacyfrithMiddle Englishnounfenced landLate-Middle-English rare
DiplomacyfrithMiddle Englishnounhedging (as a fence)Late-Middle-English rare
DirectivesapplicationEnglishnounThe act of applying or laying on, in a literal sensecountable uncountable
DirectivesapplicationEnglishnounThe substance applied.countable uncountable
DirectivesapplicationEnglishnounThe act of applying as a means; the employment of means to accomplish an end; specific use.countable uncountable
DirectivesapplicationEnglishnounThe act of directing or referring something to a particular case, to discover or illustrate agreement or disagreement, fitness, or correspondence.countable uncountable
DirectivesapplicationEnglishnounA computer program or the set of software that the end user perceives as a single entity as a tool for a well-defined purpose. (Also called: application program; application software.)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
DirectivesapplicationEnglishnounA verbal or written request for assistance or employment or admission to a school, course or similar.countable uncountable
DirectivesapplicationEnglishnounA petition, entreaty, or other request, with the adposition for denoting the subject matter.lawcountable uncountable
DirectivesapplicationEnglishnounThe act of requesting, claiming, or petitioning something.countable uncountable
DirectivesapplicationEnglishnounDiligence; close thought or attention.countable uncountable
DirectivesapplicationEnglishnounA kind of needlework; appliqué.countable uncountable
DirectivesapplicationEnglishnounThe substitution of a specific value for the parameter in the abstraction, in lambda calculus.computing computing-theory engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
DirectivesapplicationEnglishnounCompliance.countable obsolete uncountable
DirectivescompasMiddle EnglishnounGuile, craft or an instance of it; the use of skill or sleight-of hand.
DirectivescompasMiddle EnglishnounA scheme or plan, especially one formulated in secrecy or with malicious intent.
DirectivescompasMiddle EnglishnounA circular shape (i.e. a circle, curve or sphere) or a region bounded by one.
DirectivescompasMiddle EnglishnounThe boundary or totality of the margins or edges of a region or zone; that which surrounds.
DirectivescompasMiddle EnglishnounAn area, region or zone; space or coverage with fixed or demarcated boundaries.
DirectivescompasMiddle EnglishnounThe size, extent, or magnitude of something (usually in area or dimension)
DirectivescompasMiddle EnglishnounA compass (device or tool for drawing or demarcating a circle)
DirectivescompasMiddle EnglishnounThe appearance, visage or design of a piece of craftsmanship.rare
DirectivescompasMiddle EnglishadvFollowing a circle-shaped course or perimeter.rare
DirectivescompasMiddle EnglishadvHaving a specified circle-shaped course or perimeter.rare
DirectivesprincipleEnglishnounA fundamental assumption or guiding belief.
DirectivesprincipleEnglishnounA rule used to choose among solutions to a problem.
DirectivesprincipleEnglishnounMoral rule or aspect.
DirectivesprincipleEnglishnounA rule or law of nature, or the basic idea on how the laws of nature are applied.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
DirectivesprincipleEnglishnounA fundamental essence, particularly one producing a given quality.
DirectivesprincipleEnglishnounA fundamental essence, particularly one producing a given quality. / A chemical compound within plant or animal tissue that is characteristic of it and more or less peculiar to it, such that it defines the character of that tissue from a human viewpoint (as for example nicotine in tobacco).
DirectivesprincipleEnglishnounA source, or origin; that from which anything proceeds; fundamental substance or energy; primordial substance; ultimate element, or cause.
DirectivesprincipleEnglishnounAn original faculty or endowment.
DirectivesprincipleEnglishnounMisspelling of principal.alt-of misspelling
DirectivesprincipleEnglishnounA beginning.obsolete
DirectivesprincipleEnglishverbTo equip with principles; to establish, or fix, in certain principles; to impress with any tenet or rule of conduct.transitive
DirectivesschulenMiddle Englishverbto owe; to be indebted toauxiliary defective modal often transitive
DirectivesschulenMiddle Englishverbto be appropriate; to workauxiliary defective modal often transitive
DirectivesschulenMiddle EnglishverbExpresses permission: can, mayauxiliary defective modal often
DirectivesschulenMiddle EnglishverbExpresses possibility: might, mayauxiliary defective modal often
DirectivesschulenMiddle EnglishverbExpresses obligation or appropriateness: should, ought toauxiliary defective modal often
DirectivesschulenMiddle EnglishverbExpresses counsel or advice: should, ought toauxiliary defective modal often
DirectivesschulenMiddle EnglishverbExpresses command: must, shallauxiliary defective modal often
DirectivesschulenMiddle EnglishverbExpresses certitude: must, willauxiliary defective modal often
DirectivesschulenMiddle EnglishverbExpresses intent or prevision: going to, willauxiliary defective modal often
DirectivesschulenMiddle EnglishverbExpresses futurity: shall, willauxiliary defective modal often
DirectivesschulenMiddle EnglishverbExpresses contingency: will, wouldauxiliary defective modal often
DisabilitymuteEnglishadjNot having the power of speech; dumb.
DisabilitymuteEnglishadjSilent; not making a sound.
DisabilitymuteEnglishadjNot uttered; unpronounced; silent; also, produced by complete closure of the mouth organs which interrupt the passage of breath; said of certain letters.
DisabilitymuteEnglishadjNot giving a ringing sound when struck; said of a metal.
DisabilitymuteEnglishnounA stopped consonant; a stop.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciencesobsolete
DisabilitymuteEnglishnounAn actor who does not speak; a mime performer.entertainment lifestyle theaterobsolete
DisabilitymuteEnglishnounA person who does not have the power of speech.
DisabilitymuteEnglishnounA hired mourner at a funeral; an undertaker's assistant.
DisabilitymuteEnglishnounAn object for dulling the sound of an instrument, especially a brass instrument, or damper for pianoforte; a sordine.entertainment lifestyle music
DisabilitymuteEnglishnounAn electronic switch or control that mutes the sound.
DisabilitymuteEnglishnounA mute swan.
DisabilitymuteEnglishverbTo silence, to make quiet.transitive
DisabilitymuteEnglishverbTo turn off the sound of.transitive
DisabilitymuteEnglishverbOf a bird: to defecate.archaic
DisabilitymuteEnglishnounThe faeces of a hawk or falcon.
DisabilitymuteEnglishverbTo cast off; to moult.transitive
DiseasemaladieMiddle EnglishnounA malady, disease, or illness; that which makes one sick or ill.
DiseasemaladieMiddle EnglishnounDistress or anguish caused by love; the state of being lovesick.
DiseasemaladieMiddle EnglishnounIniquity, immorality, wickedness; that which is wrong or against nature.
DiseasemaladieMiddle EnglishnounA lesion or wounding; the result of being hurt or injured.rare
DiseasemaladieMiddle EnglishnounTorment or agony; the experience of being harmed mentally.rare
DiseasemaladieMiddle EnglishnounA disturbance or sickness of the mind or brain.rare
DiseasesparalyzeEnglishverbTo afflict with paralysis.transitive
DiseasesparalyzeEnglishverbTo render unable to move; to immobilize.transitive
DiseasesparalyzeEnglishverbTo render unable to function properly.transitive
DisneyDisneyEnglishnameA surname from Old French.
DisneyDisneyEnglishnameThe Walt Disney Company, named after Walt Disney.
DisneyDisneyEnglishnameAny of the theme parks and vacation resorts operated by Walt Disney Parks and Resorts.informal
DisneyDisneyEnglishnameA town in Mayes County, Oklahoma, United States, named after Wesley E. Disney.
Divine epithetsⲫⲟⲓⲃⲟⲥCopticnamePhoebus, an epithet of Apollo. Occasionally, used as the name of Apollo.
Divine epithetsⲫⲟⲓⲃⲟⲥCopticnamea male given name from Greek
Dragonflies and damselfliessyyskorentoFinnishnounany dragonfly of the genus Sympetrum
Dragonflies and damselfliessyyskorentoFinnishnounthe genus Sympetrumin-plural
DrinkingalcoholismEnglishnounA chronic disease caused by compulsive and uncontrollable consumption of alcoholic beverages, leading to addiction and deterioration in health and social functioning.uncountable usually
DrinkingalcoholismEnglishnounAcute alcohol poisoning.medicine pathology sciencesuncountable usually
DrinkingyvreOld Frenchadjdrunk (intoxicated due to alcohol)masculine
DrinkingyvreOld Frenchadjintoxicated (with love or emotion)figuratively masculine
DrinkingzomTurkishadjmatureslang
DrinkingzomTurkishadjextremely drunkslang
DrugsdepressantEnglishnounA pharmacological substance which decreases neuronal or physiological activity.medicine pharmacology sciencescountable uncountable
DrugsdepressantEnglishnounAn agent that inhibits the flotation of a mineral or minerals.business miningcountable uncountable
DrugsdepressantEnglishadjreducing functional or nervous activity.medicine pharmacology sciences
DrugsܣܡܐClassical Syriacnoundrug, medicine, remedy
DrugsܣܡܐClassical Syriacnounpoison
DrugsܣܡܐClassical Syriacnoundye, color/colour, pigment
EarwigsearwormEnglishnounA tune that keeps replaying in one's head or that one keeps thinking about, especially if unwanted.
EarwigsearwormEnglishnounShort for corn earworm (“larva of the moths Helicoverpa zea (syn. Heliothis zea) and Helicoverpa armigera, which are agricultural pests”).abbreviation alt-of
EarwigsearwormEnglishnounAn earwig (“insect of the order Dermaptera”).archaic
EconomicstirdzniecībaLatviannouncommerce, trade, business (area of the economy concerned with the movement of goods, intermediate between producers and consumers)declension-4 feminine
EconomicstirdzniecībaLatviannouncommerce, trade (the buying and selling, the acquisition and delivery, of goods)declension-4 feminine
EducationfoghlaimScottish Gaelicverblearn, educate, teach, discipline
EducationfoghlaimScottish Gaelicverbteach
EducationstagiaireDutchnountraineefeminine
EducationstagiaireDutchnouninternfeminine
EggstetasMalayverbto hatch (to emerge from an egg)intransitive
EggstetasMalayverbto unstitch; to rip out (the seams of a garment)business manufacturing sewing textilestransitive
Egyptian mythologysphinxEnglishnounA creature with the head of a person and the body of an animal (commonly a lion).human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciences
Egyptian mythologysphinxEnglishnounA person who keeps his/her thoughts and intentions secret; an enigmatic or impassive person.
Egyptian mythologysphinxEnglishnounA mandrill (Mandrillus sphinx), formerly classified as a baboon, and called sphinx baboon.dated
Egyptian mythologysphinxEnglishnounA sphinx moth.
Egyptian mythologysphinxEnglishnounA sphincter.rare
Egyptian mythologysphinxEnglishverbTo decorate with sphinxes.
Egyptian mythologysphinxEnglishverbTo adopt the posture of the Sphinx.
Egyptian mythologysphinxEnglishverbTo be inscrutable, often through silence.
Egyptian mythologysphinxEnglishverbTo behave in a manner characteristic of the Sphinx.
Egyptian mythologyϩⲱⲣCopticnameHorus, the Egyptian god of kingship and the skyBohairic Sahidic
Egyptian mythologyϩⲱⲣCopticnamea male given name
Egyptian mythologyϩⲱⲣCopticverbto milkAkhmimic Bohairic Sahidic
Egyptian mythologyⲁⲑⲱⲙCopticnameAtum, the Egyptian godBohairic Sahidic
Egyptian mythologyⲁⲑⲱⲙCopticnamea male given name from Egyptian
Electrical engineeringspark gapEnglishnounA gap, between two electrical terminals, across which sparks are generated.
Electrical engineeringspark gapEnglishnounSuch a gap as a component of an engine's ignition system, especially that between the electrodes of a spark plug.
ElephantsగవురుTelugunounA superior sort of elephant.
ElephantsగవురుTelugunounA certain musical instrument.
EmotionsangerMiddle EnglishnounGrief, painfulness, or discomfort; a feeling of pain or sadness.
EmotionsangerMiddle EnglishnounA trouble, affliction, or vexation; something that inflicts pain or hardship.
EmotionsangerMiddle EnglishnounAngriness, ire; the state of being angry, enraged, or wrathful.
EmotionsangerMiddle EnglishnounIndignation, spitefulness; the feeling of being wronged or treated unfairly.
EmotionsangerMiddle EnglishnounIrritableness; the state of being in a foul mood.rare
EmotionsangerMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of angrenalt-of alternative
EmotionsanoyMiddle Englishnounannoyance, irritation
EmotionsanoyMiddle Englishnounhardship, infliction
EmotionsdislikeEnglishnounAn attitude or a feeling of distaste or aversion.
EmotionsdislikeEnglishnounSomething that a person dislikes (has or feels aversion to).plural-normally
EmotionsdislikeEnglishnounAn individual vote showing disapproval of, or lack of support for, something posted on the Internet.Internet
EmotionsdislikeEnglishverbTo displease; to offend. In third-person only.obsolete transitive
EmotionsdislikeEnglishverbTo have a feeling of aversion or antipathy towards; not to like.transitive
EmotionsdislikeEnglishverbTo leave a vote to show disapproval of, or lack of support for, something posted on the Internet.Internet
EmotionsenthusiasmEnglishnounIntensity of feeling; excited interest or eagerness.countable uncountable
EmotionsenthusiasmEnglishnounSomething in which one is keenly interested.countable uncountable
EmotionsenthusiasmEnglishnounPossession by a god; divine inspiration or frenzy.countable historical obsolete uncountable
EmotionsfillenMiddle EnglishverbTo make or cause to be full; to fill: / To fill up; to make a container or cavity full.
EmotionsfillenMiddle EnglishverbTo make or cause to be full; to fill: / To supply, provide or cover with (often of people)
EmotionsfillenMiddle EnglishverbTo make or cause to be full; to fill: / To suffuse or instill; to cause to spread.
EmotionsfillenMiddle EnglishverbTo satisfy; to make happy or satiated: / To alleviate or cure; to remove a condition.
EmotionsfillenMiddle EnglishverbTo satisfy; to make happy or satiated: / To feed (sufficiently); to serve food.
EmotionsfillenMiddle EnglishverbTo do or execute (a task): / To satisfy a duty or prediction; to fulfil.
EmotionsfillenMiddle EnglishverbTo do or execute (a task): / To be fulfilling or satisfying.rare
EmotionsfillenMiddle EnglishverbTo be or become full of; to spread throughout.
EmotionsfillenMiddle EnglishverbTo pour beverages (wine, beer) into glasses.
EmotionsfillenMiddle EnglishverbTo pass; to become complete.of time rare
EmotionsfretfulEnglishadjIrritable, bad-tempered, grumpy or peevish.
EmotionsfretfulEnglishadjUnable to relax; fidgety or restless.
EmotionsgloomiesEnglishnounPreceded by the: gloom, despondency.informal plural plural-only
EmotionsgloomiesEnglishnounplural of gloomyform-of informal plural
EmotionsnarowlyMiddle EnglishadvWithin a narrow area; not allowing for much space.rare
EmotionsnarowlyMiddle EnglishadvStrictly, restrictively; without much laxness.rare
EmotionsnarowlyMiddle EnglishadvIn a spartan or unassuming way.rare
EmotionsweMiddle EnglishpronFirst-person plural pronoun: we
EmotionsweMiddle EnglishpronFirst-person plural accusative pronoun: us
EmotionsweMiddle Englishnounwoe, grief, sadnessuncountable
EnergypotentialEnglishnounA currently unrealized ability (with the most common adposition being to).countable uncountable
EnergypotentialEnglishnounThe gravitational potential: the radial (irrotational, static) component of a gravitational field, also known as the Newtonian potential or the gravitoelectric field.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
EnergypotentialEnglishnounThe work (energy) required to move a reference particle from a reference location to a specified location in the presence of a force field, for example to bring a unit positive electric charge from an infinite distance to a specified point against an electric field.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
EnergypotentialEnglishnounA verbal construction or form stating something is possible or probable.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
EnergypotentialEnglishadjExisting in possibility, not in actuality.not-comparable
EnergypotentialEnglishadjBeing potent; endowed with energy adequate to a resultarchaic not-comparable
EnergypotentialEnglishadjA potential field is an irrotational (static) field.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsnot-comparable
EnergypotentialEnglishadjA potential flow is an irrotational flow.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsnot-comparable
EnergypotentialEnglishadjReferring to a verbal construction of form stating something is possible or probable.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable
Energyविद्युत्Hindinounbrilliant, electric, lightning
Energyविद्युत्Hindinounenergy, electrical, electricity
EquestrianismjourneMiddle EnglishnounAn endeavour or enterprise; an attempt at something: / A journey; a travelling or trip.
EquestrianismjourneMiddle EnglishnounAn endeavour or enterprise; an attempt at something: / A military enterprise or operation.
EquestrianismjourneMiddle EnglishnounAn endeavour or enterprise; an attempt at something: / A battle, fight or conflict.
EquestrianismjourneMiddle EnglishnounAn endeavour or enterprise; an attempt at something: / The happenings of life.figuratively
EquestrianismjourneMiddle EnglishnounAn endeavour or enterprise; an attempt at something: / Mortality; the final event of one's life.figuratively
EquestrianismjourneMiddle EnglishnounThe happenings or accomplishments of a day: / A day of fighting, tilting, or jousting.
EquestrianismjourneMiddle EnglishnounThe happenings or accomplishments of a day: / The amount of work set or completed in a day.
EquestrianismjourneMiddle EnglishnounThe happenings or accomplishments of a day: / A day's worth of travel or voyaging.
EquestrianismjourneMiddle EnglishnounThe happenings or accomplishments of a day: / A unit of distance equalling a the distance covered in a day of travel (around 20 miles)
EquestrianismjourneMiddle EnglishnounThe happenings or accomplishments of a day: / The fruits or results of a day or its work.rare
EquestrianismjourneMiddle EnglishnounA day (period of 24 hours).
EquestrianismܦܪܫܐClassical Syriacnounhorseman
EquestrianismܦܪܫܐClassical Syriacnouncavalrygovernment military politics warin-plural
EquestrianismܦܪܫܐClassical Syriacnoundifference, separation
EquestrianismܦܪܫܐClassical Syriacnounselection
EquestrianismܦܪܫܐClassical Syriacnounoxgoad
EthicshoryMiddle EnglishadjDirty, foul, horry; lacking cleanliness.
EthicshoryMiddle EnglishadjIniquitous, malicious, immoral; against morality.
EthicshoryMiddle EnglishadjMuddy, mucky; of the earth or its ground.rare
EuagaricscriminiEnglishintjAlternative form of criminyalt-of alternative
EuagaricscriminiEnglishnounA dark brown edible mushroom, Agaricus bisporus, that has a rounded cap; called a portobello when mature
Eucalyptsblack ashEnglishnounFraxinus nigra, a species of ash tree native to much of eastern Canada and the northeastern United States.
Eucalyptsblack ashEnglishnounAcer negundo, a North American maple.
Eucalyptsblack ashEnglishnounEucalyptus sieberi, an Australian tree.
ExercisevingrinājumsLatviannounexercise (activity performed to improve one's physical condition, skills, abilities, etc.)declension-1 masculine
ExercisevingrinājumsLatviannounexercise (activity that helps acquire or develop specific physical or mental] skills)declension-1 masculine
ExercisevingrinājumsLatviannounexercise (every part of a set of specific activities, e.g., in a competition)declension-1 masculine
ExplosivesnukeEnglishnounA nuclear weapon.US colloquial
ExplosivesnukeEnglishnounSomething that destroys or negates, especially on a catastrophic scale.US broadly colloquial
ExplosivesnukeEnglishnounA nuclear power station.US colloquial
ExplosivesnukeEnglishnounA vessel such as a ship or submarine running on nuclear power.nautical transportUS colloquial
ExplosivesnukeEnglishnounA person (such as a sailor in a navy or a scientist) who works with nuclear weapons or nuclear power.US colloquial
ExplosivesnukeEnglishnounA cautionary flag placed on a release to label it as "bad" for some reason or another (e.g., being a dupe of a previous release or containing malware).US colloquial
ExplosivesnukeEnglishnounA microwave oven.US colloquial rare
ExplosivesnukeEnglishverbTo use a nuclear weapon on a target.US colloquial transitive
ExplosivesnukeEnglishverbTo destroy or erase completely.US colloquial figuratively transitive
ExplosivesnukeEnglishverbTo carry out a denial-of-service attack against (an IRC user).Internet broadly transitive
ExplosivesnukeEnglishverbTo expose to some form of radiation.US colloquial transitive
ExplosivesnukeEnglishverbTo cook in a microwave oven.US colloquial transitive
ExplosivesnukeEnglishverbTo flag a release as bad for some reason or another (for instance, due to being a duplicate of an earlier release or containing malware).transitive
ExplosivesnukeEnglishverbTo overanalyze or despair unduly over something.nautical transportUS colloquial transitive
ExplosivesnukeEnglishnounAlternative spelling of nuc (“nucleus colony of bees”)alt-of alternative
ExplosivesnukeEnglishnounAlternative form of nucha (“spinal cord; nape of the neck”)anatomy medicine sciencesalt-of alternative obsolete
ExplosivesnukeEnglishnounAlternative form of nook (“a corner of a piece of land; an angled piece of land, especially one extending into other land”)Northern-England alt-of alternative archaic
EyeeyedMiddle Englishadjeyed; having (a certain type of) eye.
EyeeyedMiddle EnglishadjHaving holes.of cheese rare
FabricscletheMiddle EnglishnounCloth; fabric, especially when used for covering wounds.
FabricscletheMiddle EnglishnounAn item of clothes; something to be worn.
FabricscletheMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of clethenalt-of alternative
FabricsfustaneumLatinnounA fabric ancestral to modern fustian.Medieval-Latin declension-2
FabricsfustaneumLatinnounA dress or petticoat.Medieval-Latin declension-2
FabricsgloriaEnglishnounA lightweight fabric used for umbrellas and dresses.countable uncountable
FabricsgloriaEnglishnounA doxology.lifestyle religioncountable
Facial expressionsbrindedEnglishadjEspecially of the fur or skin of animals: having a patchy or streaky pattern, usually brown or grey in colour; brindled.archaic dialectal
Facial expressionsbrindedEnglishadjFrowning, looking sour or angry.dialectal
Facial expressionsgloutEnglishnounA sulky look.obsolete
Facial expressionsgloutEnglishnounA stare.obsolete
Facial expressionsgloutEnglishverbTo sulk; to be sulky; to pout.obsolete
Facial expressionsgloutEnglishverbTo stare; to stare gloatingly.obsolete
FamilyabaIndonesiannounfather: a human male who begets a child.
FamilyabaIndonesiannounsignals in the form of knocking sounds on walls and so on which are usually heard before the death of a family member
FamilymakeSwedishnouna spouse, a husband, a married man (mostly referring to a specific relation)common-gender
FamilymakeSwedishnounsomething alikecommon-gender
FamilypaireOccitannounfathermasculine
FamilypaireOccitanverbfirst-person singular present subjunctive of pairarfirst-person form-of present singular subjunctive
FamilypaireOccitanverbthird-person singular present subjunctive of pairarform-of present singular subjunctive third-person
FamilytėvasLithuaniannounfather
FamilytėvasLithuaniannounparentsplural
FamilyинәйBashkirnounmotherBashkir Eastern
FamilyинәйBashkirnounan address to a woman older than the speaker's motherBashkir Southern Standard
FamilyնէրOld Armeniannounsister-in-law (husband’s brother’s wife)
FamilyնէրOld Armeniannounhusband’s the other wife
FamilyגיסHebrewnounbrother-in-law
FamilyגיסHebrewverbdefective spelling of גייסalt-of construction-pi'el misspelling
FamilyגיסHebrewverbdefective spelling of גויסalt-of construction-pu'al misspelling
FamilyخالهPersiannounmaternal aunt
FamilyخالهPersiannounAunt (title)
Fans (people)HarrieEnglishnameA male given name.
Fans (people)HarrieEnglishnounA fan of English singer, songwriter, and actor Harry Styles (born 1994).slang
FearappallEnglishverbTo fill with horror and/or indignation; to dismay.transitive
FearappallEnglishverbTo make pale; to blanch.obsolete transitive
FearappallEnglishverbTo weaken; to reduce in strengthobsolete transitive
FearappallEnglishverbTo grow faint; to become weak; to become dismayed or discouraged.intransitive obsolete
FearappallEnglishverbTo lose flavour or become stale.intransitive obsolete
FearcreepyEnglishadjMoving by creeping along.
FearcreepyEnglishadjProducing an uneasy fearful sensation, as of things crawling over one's skin.informal
FearcreepyEnglishadjCausing discomfort or repulsion due to strange or eccentric behaviour.informal
FearcreepyEnglishadjCausing discomfort through exhibiting sexually inappropriate behaviour.especially informal
FearcreepyEnglishadjFeeling an uneasy fearful sensation; creeped out.informal uncommon
FearπτήσσωAncient Greekverbto scare, alarm, terrify
FearπτήσσωAncient Greekverbto crouch or cower for fearintransitive
FearπτήσσωAncient Greekverbto crouchof men in ambush
Femalewomyn-born-womynEnglishnounAlternative form of woman-born-womanalt-of alternative
Femalewomyn-born-womynEnglishnounAlternative form of women-born-womenalt-of alternative
Female family membersmother-out-lawEnglishnounThe mother of one's boyfriend or girlfriend.
Female family membersmother-out-lawEnglishnounThe mother of any of one's friends.
Female family membersmother-out-lawEnglishnounThe mother of one's ex-spouse.
FernssulkasaniainenFinnishnounany fern of the genus Nephrolepis
FernssulkasaniainenFinnishnounthe genus Nephrolepisin-plural
FestivalscarnivalEnglishnounAny of a number of festivals held just before the beginning of Lent.
FestivalscarnivalEnglishnounA festive occasion marked by parades and sometimes special foods and other entertainment.
FestivalscarnivalEnglishnounA traveling amusement park, called a funfair in British English.US
FestivalscarnivalEnglishnounA context in which transgression or inversion of the social order is given temporary license. Derived from the work of Mikhail Bakhtin.human-sciences sciences social-science sociology
Fictional locationsfilmlandEnglishnounThe industry of films and filmmaking.uncountable
Fictional locationsfilmlandEnglishnounThe fictitious world where films are set.uncountable
FinancechekerMiddle EnglishnounA chessboard (checkerboard): / A chess set; chess equipment.
FinancechekerMiddle EnglishnounA chessboard (checkerboard): / A game played with a chessboard; chess, checkers.
FinancechekerMiddle EnglishnounAn accounting table (originally with a checkered tablecloth)
FinancechekerMiddle EnglishnounThe Exchequer (English fiscal department)broadly
FinancechekerMiddle EnglishnounA checkered pattern.
FinanceimprestEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of impressform-of obsolete participle past
FinanceimprestEnglishnounAn advance of funds, especially to a government service or employee.
FinanceimprestEnglishverbTo advance funds on loan.
Finnic mythologyAnnikkiFinnishnameA forest goddess in Finnish mythology.
Finnic mythologyAnnikkiFinnishnamea female given name
Finnish cardinal numberskuuFinnishnounthe moon (the Earth's moon)
Finnish cardinal numberskuuFinnishnounmoon, satellite (of a planet)astronomy natural-sciences
Finnish cardinal numberskuuFinnishnounmonth (see usage notes)
Finnish cardinal numberskuuFinnishnounanimal fat, fat, tallow, especially in reindeerdialectal
Finnish cardinal numberskuuFinnishnounThe name of the Latin-script letter Q.
Finnish cardinal numberskuuFinnishnounThe letter Q in the Finnish spelling alphabet.
Finnish cardinal numberskuuFinnishnumsixcolloquial
FireexcandescoLatinverbto kindleconjugation-3 no-supine
FireexcandescoLatinverbto catch fireconjugation-3 no-supine
FireçakmakTurkishnounlighter (fire-making device)
FireçakmakTurkishverbto knock in, to nail
FireçakmakTurkishverbto flash, to blink
FireçakmakTurkishverbto strike fire
FireçakmakTurkishverbto notice, to savvy, to understandinformal
FireçakmakTurkishverbto fuck (used with dative case)slang vulgar
FireפֿײַערYiddishnounfire
FireפֿײַערYiddishverbinflection of פֿײַערן (fayern): / first-person singular presentfirst-person present singular
FireפֿײַערYiddishverbinflection of פֿײַערן (fayern): / second-person singular imperativeimperative second-person singular
FirearmsAK-47EnglishnounThe Soviet-built 1947 Kalashnikov assault rifle or any similar rifle built to this design.
FirearmsAK-47EnglishnounA large South African sandwich; a kind of gatsby.
Firearmslong armEnglishnounA pole tool used for handling things too far away to reach.
Firearmslong armEnglishnounInfluence; far-reaching power.idiomatic
Firearmslong armEnglishnounA gun with a long barrel, such as a rifle or shotgun.
Firearmslong armEnglishnounA quilting machine that holds the fabric stationary on long rollers but allows the sewing mechanism to move around the surface of the fabric.
FirearmsshellEnglishnounA hard external covering of an animal. / The calcareous or chitinous external covering of mollusks, crustaceans, and some other invertebrates.
FirearmsshellEnglishnounA hard external covering of an animal. / Any mollusk having such a covering.broadly
FirearmsshellEnglishnounA hard external covering of an animal. / The exoskeleton or wing covers of certain insects.biology entomology natural-sciences
FirearmsshellEnglishnounA hard external covering of an animal. / The conjoined scutes that constitute the "shell" (carapace) of a tortoise or turtle.
FirearmsshellEnglishnounA hard external covering of an animal. / The overlapping hard plates comprising the armor covering the armadillo's body.
FirearmsshellEnglishnounThe hard calcareous covering of a bird egg.
FirearmsshellEnglishnounOne of the outer layers of skin of an onion.
FirearmsshellEnglishnounThe hard external covering of various plant seed forms. / The covering, or outside part, of a nut.biology botany natural-sciences
FirearmsshellEnglishnounThe hard external covering of various plant seed forms. / A pod containing the seeds of certain plants, such as the legume Phaseolus vulgaris.biology botany natural-sciences
FirearmsshellEnglishnounThe hard external covering of various plant seed forms. / Husks of cacao seeds, a decoction of which is sometimes used as a substitute or adulterant for cocoa and its products such as chocolate.biology botany natural-sciencesin-plural
FirearmsshellEnglishnounThe accreted mineral formed around a hollow geode.geography geology natural-sciences
FirearmsshellEnglishnounThe casing of a self-contained single-unit artillery projectile.engineering government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponry
FirearmsshellEnglishnounA hollow, usually spherical or cylindrical projectile fired from a siege mortar or a smoothbore cannon. It contains an explosive substance designed to be ignited by a fuse or by percussion at the target site so that it will burst and scatter at high velocity its contents and fragments. Formerly called a bomb.engineering government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponry
FirearmsshellEnglishnounThe cartridge of a breechloading firearm; a load; a bullet; a round.engineering government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponry
FirearmsshellEnglishnounAny slight hollow structure; a framework, or exterior structure, regarded as not complete or filled in, as the shell of a house.architecture
FirearmsshellEnglishnounA garment, usually worn by women, such as a shirt, blouse, or top, with short sleeves or no sleeves, that often fastens in the rear.
FirearmsshellEnglishnounA coarse or flimsy coffin; a thin interior coffin enclosed within a more substantial one.
FirearmsshellEnglishnounAn unmarked vehicle for carrying corpses from a crime scene.
FirearmsshellEnglishnounA string instrument, as a lyre, whose acoustical chamber is formed like a shell.entertainment lifestyle music
FirearmsshellEnglishnounThe body of a drum; the often wooden, often cylindrical acoustic chamber, with or without rims added for tuning and for attaching the drum head.entertainment lifestyle music
FirearmsshellEnglishnounAn engraved copper roller used in print works.
FirearmsshellEnglishnounThe thin coating of copper on an electrotype.
FirearmsshellEnglishnounThe watertight outer covering of the hull of a vessel, often made with planking or metal plating.nautical transport
FirearmsshellEnglishnounThe outer frame or case of a block within which the sheaves revolve.nautical transport
FirearmsshellEnglishnounA light boat whose frame is covered with thin wood, impermeable fabric, or water-proofed paper; a racing shell or dragon boat.nautical transport
FirearmsshellEnglishnounA set of atomic orbitals that have the same principal quantum number.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
FirearmsshellEnglishnounThe outward form independent of what is inside.figuratively
FirearmsshellEnglishnounThe empty outward form of someone or something.figuratively
FirearmsshellEnglishnounAn emaciated person.
FirearmsshellEnglishnounA psychological barrier to social interaction.
FirearmsshellEnglishnounAn operating system software user interface, whose primary purpose is to launch other programs and control their interactions; the user's command interpreter. Shell is a way to separate the internal complexity of the implementation of the command from the user. The internals can change while the user experience/interface remains the same.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
FirearmsshellEnglishnounA legal entity that has no operations.business
FirearmsshellEnglishnounA concave rough cast-iron tool in which a convex lens is ground to shape.
FirearmsshellEnglishnounA gouge bit or shell bit.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
FirearmsshellEnglishnounThe onset and coda of a syllable.human-sciences linguistics phonology sciences
FirearmsshellEnglishnounA person's ear.UK slang
FirearmsshellEnglishnounOne or more school grades within secondary education, at certain public schools.educationBritain
FirearmsshellEnglishnounIn formal debating, a set of proposed rules to be followed, with set penalties for violating them.
FirearmsshellEnglishverbTo remove the outer covering or shell of something.
FirearmsshellEnglishverbTo bombard, to fire projectiles at, especially with artillery.
FirearmsshellEnglishverbTo disburse or give up money, to pay. (Often used with out).informal
FirearmsshellEnglishverbTo fall off, as a shell, crust, etc.intransitive
FirearmsshellEnglishverbTo cast the shell, or exterior covering; to fall out of the pod or husk.intransitive
FirearmsshellEnglishverbTo switch to a shell or command line.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesintransitive
FirearmsshellEnglishverbTo form shallow, irregular cracks (in a coating).
FirearmsshellEnglishverbTo form a shelling.mathematics sciences topology
FirearmsshotshellEnglishnounA shotgun cartridge.countable
FirearmsshotshellEnglishnounHandgun and rifle cartridges loaded with lead shot canisters instead of bullets, intended for pest control.uncountable
FishFëschLuxembourgishnounfishmasculine
FishFëschLuxembourgishnounPisces (constellation and astrological sign)masculine
FishbudlatCebuanoadjhaving big eyes; having bulging or protruding eyesderogatory
FishbudlatCebuanonounsomeone with big eyesderogatory
FishbudlatCebuanonounthe striped monocle bream (Scolopsis lineata)
FishlaxSwedishnounsalmoncommon-gender
FishlaxSwedishnounA banknote with the nominal value 1000 SEK or the corresponding amount of money.common-gender slang
FishingJapanesecharacterkanji no-gloss
FishingJapanesenounanimal food, feed
FishingJapanesenounbait
FishingJapanesenounanimal food, feed
FishingJapanesenounbait
FivepentileEnglishnounAny of the four points that divide an ordered distribution into five parts, each containing a fifth (20%) of the population. Used commonly for income distributions.mathematics sciences statistics
FivepentileEnglishnounAny one of the five groups.mathematics sciences statistics
FivepentileEnglishnounObsolete form of pantile (“type of roof tile”).alt-of obsolete
Flagsblack flagEnglishnounAny flag that has a black, or predominantly black, color, (especially): / A flag with a black color, used as a symbol of anarchism.
Flagsblack flagEnglishnounAny flag that has a black, or predominantly black, color, (especially): / A racing flag with a black color, used in auto racing to summon a driver to the pits.
Flagsblack flagEnglishverbTo summon (a racing driver) to the pits by waving a black flag.transitive
FlowersperiwinkleEnglishnounAny of several evergreen plants of the genus Vinca with blue or white flowers.
FlowersperiwinkleEnglishnounSimilar plants of genus Catharanthus.
FlowersperiwinkleEnglishnounA color with bluish and purplish hues, somewhat light.
FlowersperiwinkleEnglishadjOf pale bluish purple colour.
FlowersperiwinkleEnglishnounA mollusk of family Littorinidae.
Flowersपद्मSanskritnounlotus
Flowersपद्मSanskritadjlotus-coloured
FlowersకుసుమముTelugunounA kind of grain.
FlowersకుసుమముTelugunounA flower in general.
FlowersకుసుమముTelugunounThe safflower.
FlowersకుసుమముTelugunounRose colour.
Food and drinkmynystrenMiddle EnglishverbTo give (out); to deliver: / To confer or grant; to give a privilege.
Food and drinkmynystrenMiddle EnglishverbTo give (out); to deliver: / To stock, provision or furnish; to provide with necessities.
Food and drinkmynystrenMiddle EnglishverbTo give (out); to deliver: / To serve or present food and drink (to a table).
Food and drinkmynystrenMiddle EnglishverbTo give (out); to deliver: / To administer (a sacrament or medicine)Christianity medicine sciences
Food and drinkmynystrenMiddle EnglishverbTo officiate a religious service or ceremony.
Food and drinkmynystrenMiddle EnglishverbTo proclaim or disseminate religious beliefs.
Food and drinkmynystrenMiddle EnglishverbTo supervise or administrate; to exercise governmental power.
Food and drinkmynystrenMiddle EnglishverbTo assist; to be useful or helpful (towards someone).
Food and drinkwarnestoreMiddle EnglishnounA stock of supplies and provisions for a fortress.
Food and drinkwarnestoreMiddle EnglishnounFood, nutriments, nourishment.specifically
Food and drinkwarnestoreMiddle EnglishnounPeople defending a fortress.rare
Food and drinkwarnestoreMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of warnestorenalt-of alternative
Food and drinkמילכיקYiddishadjmilky
Food and drinkמילכיקYiddishadjcontaining dairyof food
FoodschiliEnglishnounThe pungent, spicy fresh or dried fruit of any of several cultivated varieties of capsicum peppers, used in cooking.countable
FoodschiliEnglishnounPowdered chili pepper, used as a spice or flavouring in cooking.uncountable
FoodschiliEnglishnounA spicy stew of chicken or paneer, capsicum and onion, eaten as an appetizer.Chinese-cuisine Indian-Chinese-cuisinecountable uncountable
FoodschiliEnglishnounA dish made with chili peppers and other ingredients, such as beans and beef.US uncountable
FoodschiliEnglishnounCincinnati chili.Cincinnati uncountable
FoodscuuramFulanounmilk or porridge diluted with water
FoodscuuramFulanounmilk that one drinks in the evening
Foodsfransk kebabSwedishnounkebab related to Francecommon-gender literally
Foodsfransk kebabSwedishnounA fast food dish consisting of kebab served in a baguette, together with lettuce, tomato, onion and other condiments such as kebabsås (“kebab sauce”) or vitlökssås (“garlic sauce”).common-gender
FoodsimmigaqGreenlandicnounsausage
FoodsimmigaqGreenlandicnounfilled area
FoodskvarkkiFinnishnounquarknatural-sciences physical-sciences physics
FoodskvarkkiFinnishnounSynonym of rahkadialectal
FoodsyuulGamilaraaynounfood
FoodsyuulGamilaraaynounvegetable food, bush tucker
Foods핫도그Koreannounhot dog
Foods핫도그Koreannouncorn dog
FootwearfloaterEnglishnounOne who or that which floats in a liquid or gas. / A small suet dumpling put into soup
FootwearfloaterEnglishnounOne who or that which floats in a liquid or gas. / A pie floater.Australia
FootwearfloaterEnglishnounOne who or that which floats in a liquid or gas. / A corpse floating in a body of water.law-enforcement policejargon
FootwearfloaterEnglishnounOne who or that which floats in a liquid or gas. / A piece of faeces that floats.vulgar
FootwearfloaterEnglishnounOne who or that which floats in a liquid or gas. / Early layup taken by a player moving towards the rim where, upon release, the ball floats in the air over the top of a defender before dropping softly into the hoop.ball-games basketball games hobbies lifestyle sports
FootwearfloaterEnglishnounA person without a lasting affiliation, role, or position normally expected. / An employee of a company who does not have fixed tasks to do but fills in wherever needed, usually when someone else is away.
FootwearfloaterEnglishnounA person without a lasting affiliation, role, or position normally expected. / A player not affiliated with a team.hobbies lifestyle sports
FootwearfloaterEnglishnounA person without a lasting affiliation, role, or position normally expected. / A voter who shifts from party to party, especially one whose vote can be purchased.government politics
FootwearfloaterEnglishnounA person without a lasting affiliation, role, or position normally expected. / A person, such as a delegate to a convention or a member of a legislature, who represents an irregular constituency, such as one formed by a union of the voters of two counties neither of which has a number sufficient to be allowed a (or an extra) representative of its own.government politicsUS
FootwearfloaterEnglishnounA person without a lasting affiliation, role, or position normally expected. / One who votes illegally in various polling places or election districts, either under false registration made by himself or under the name of some properly registered person who has not already voted.government politicsUS
FootwearfloaterEnglishnounA person without a lasting affiliation, role, or position normally expected. / An "extra" male at a dinner party, or a young friend of the hostess, whose assignment is to entertain the female guests.
FootwearfloaterEnglishnounA person without a lasting affiliation, role, or position normally expected. / Someone who attaches themselves to a group of people, much to the dismay of that group, and repeatedly shows up to participate in group activities despite attempts to get rid of, or “flush,” said individual.broadly slang
FootwearfloaterEnglishnounA threadlike speck in the visual field that seems to move, possibly caused by degeneration of the vitreous humour.medicine ophthalmology sciences
FootwearfloaterEnglishnounA policy covering property at more than one location or which may be in transit.business insurance
FootwearfloaterEnglishnounA floating rate bond.business finance
FootwearfloaterEnglishnounA maneuver in which a surfer transitions above the unbroken face of the wave onto the lip, or on top of the breaking section of the wave.hobbies lifestyle sports surfing
FootwearfloaterEnglishnounA coin which does not spin when thrown in the air.
FootwearfloaterEnglishnounA book circulated between prisoners that is not part of the official prison library.slang
FootwearfloaterEnglishnounA waterproof sandal.India
FootwearfloaterEnglishnounA river mussel of genus Anodonta.
FootwearfloaterEnglishnounA misstep; a faux pas.slang
FootwearNavajonounfoot, feet
FootwearNavajonounshoe
FootwearplimsollEnglishnounA rubber-soled lace-up canvas shoe for sports or onboard ships; a precursor of trainers.Britain
FootwearplimsollEnglishnounThe plimsoll symbol ⦵ (or o) that is used as a superscript in the notation of thermodynamics to indicate an arbitrarily chosen non-zero reference point.
Forms of governmentaristocratieDutchnounaristocracy (nobility, or the hereditary ruling class.)feminine
Forms of governmentaristocratieDutchnounaristocracy (government by an aristocratic class)feminine
Forms of governmentaristocratieDutchnounaristocracy, nobility (upper crust, top people)feminine figuratively
Forms of governmentmyriarchyEnglishnounA government of 10,000 people.obsolete rare
Forms of governmentmyriarchyEnglishnounA regiment of 10,000 soldiers, especially (historical) a Mongolian toman.government military politics war
Forms of governmentmyriarchyEnglishnounAn area controlled by a Mongolian myriarch and theoretically comprising 10,000 households.historical
FowlsriikinkukkoFinnishnounpeafowl (bird of the genus Pavo)
FowlsriikinkukkoFinnishnounpeacock (male of peafowl)
Foxesred foxEnglishnounA common species of fox, Vulpes vulpes native to North America, Asia, Europe and North Africa; small, with reddish fur, but larger than the arctic fox.countable
Foxesred foxEnglishnounCertain varieties of species of genus Celosia, such as of Celosia argentea.capitalized uncountable usually
FruitsbacoveDutchnounbananaSuriname common-gender
FruitsbacoveDutchnounplantaincommon-gender obsolete
FruitshibiCebuanonoundried shrimp
FruitshibiCebuanonounthe June plum (Spondias dulcis)
FruitshibiCebuanonounthe fruit of this tree
FruitsorangequatEnglishnounA citrus tree, a cross between an orange and a kumquat / Citrus aurantium × Citrus japonica
FruitsorangequatEnglishnounA citrus tree, a cross between an orange and a kumquat / Citrus unshiu × (Fortunella japonica × Fortunella margarita)
FruitsorangequatEnglishnounThe fruit from this tree
FruitsoriYorubanounhead
FruitsoriYorubanountop, leader
FruitsoriYorubanounthe metaphysical concept of one's spiritual intuition, destiny, and consciousness, deified as a divinity, Orí.
FruitsoriYorubanounchapter
FruitsoriYorubanounshea butter, lard, butter
FruitsoriYorubanounmoisturiser
FruitsoriYorubanounblack plum (Vitex doniana)
FruitsoriYorubanounA type of Yoruba food made from cornflour, also known as ẹ̀kọEkiti
FruitstomaʼMecayapan Nahuatlnountomatillo
FruitstomaʼMecayapan Nahuatlnountomato
Fruits苹果Japanesenounapple (fruit)
Fruits苹果Japanesenounapple (fruit)
FungivinewEnglishnounMoldiness, mould.obsolete uncountable
FungivinewEnglishverbTo become musty or mouldy.obsolete
FurnituredavenportEnglishnounA large sofa, especially a formal one.US Western
FurnituredavenportEnglishnounA writing desk.
FurniturekneelerEnglishnounA person who kneels.
FurniturekneelerEnglishnounA hassock.
FurniturekneelerEnglishnounAn apparatus that permits the loading door of a bus to decrease in height in order to facilitate boarding of passengers that are seniors and physically disadvantaged
FurniturekneelerEnglishnounOn a gable-end, the stone (often decorated) at the base of the slope of the gable on either side.
FurniturelasanumLatinnounA cooking potdeclension-2 neuter
FurniturelasanumLatinnounA closestooldeclension-2 neuter
FurnitureschamelMiddle EnglishnounA footstool; a rest for one's feet.
FurnitureschamelMiddle EnglishnounA vendor's stool or table.
GamesshinnyEnglishverbTo climb in an awkward manner.
GamesshinnyEnglishnounAn informal game of pickup hockey played with minimal equipment: skates, sticks and a puck or ball.Canada uncountable
GamesshinnyEnglishnounStreet hockey.Canada uncountable
GamesshinnyEnglishnounHockey.Canada informal uncountable
GamesshinnyEnglishnounA hockey-like game played by American Indians.anthropology human-sciences sciencesUS uncountable
GamesshinnyEnglishnounMoonshine (illegal alcohol)uncountable
GardensgreenhouseEnglishnounA building used to grow plants, particularly one with large glass windows or plastic sheeting to trap heat from sunlight even in intemperate seasons or climates.
GardensgreenhouseEnglishnounThe glass of a plane's cockpit.government military politics warUK dated slang
GardensgreenhouseEnglishnounA structure that shields the operating table to protect against bacteria.medicine sciences
GardensgreenhouseEnglishnounA hot state in global climate.climatology natural-sciences
GardensgreenhouseEnglishverbTo place (plants) in a greenhouse.transitive
GardensgreenhouseEnglishverbTo nurture in order to promote growth.figuratively transitive
GemshaematitesLatinnounA kind of red iron-ore, haematitedeclension-1
GemshaematitesLatinnounA red-colored gemdeclension-1
GemsmargaritaLatinnounpearldeclension-1
GemsmargaritaLatinnouna term of endearmentdeclension-1
Genderfemale-to-maleEnglishadjUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see female, to, male.not-comparable
Genderfemale-to-maleEnglishadjTransitioning or having transitioned (in gender identity or presentation, physically, etc) from being female to being male.LGBT lifestyle sexualitynot-comparable
Genderfemale-to-maleEnglishadjThat changes a female end (usually a socket) of a connection into a male one (with pins, usually a plug).business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsnot-comparable of an adapter
Genderfemale-to-maleEnglishnounA female-to-male transsexual or transgender person; a trans man.
GenitaliacigarEnglishnounA cylinder of tobacco rolled and wrapped with an outer covering of tobacco leaves, intended to be smoked.
GenitaliacigarEnglishnounThe penis.slang
GenitaliawenisEnglishnounThe skin on the outside of the elbow.slang
GenitaliawenisEnglishnounThe penis.slang
GeographygërrellëAlbaniannounopen cave (created by water erosion, generally by a river)feminine
GeographygërrellëAlbaniannounsecluded place or hollow (nestled deep in cliffs, far from sunlight)feminine
GeographyܬܘܫܐClassical Syriacnounwasteland, desert, wilderness
GeographyܬܘܫܐClassical Syriacnounwandering
GeographyܬܘܫܐClassical Syriacnounerror
GeologyhamarFaroesenounrock face, stretch of cliff on a mountainsidemasculine
GeologyhamarFaroesenounhammermasculine
GeologymálmurFaroesenounoremasculine uncountable
GeologymálmurFaroesenounmetal and mineralsmasculine uncountable
GeologymálmurFaroesenounpersonality, temperamentmasculine uncountable
GeologymálmurFaroesenounmetalmasculine uncountable
GeologypursuavaFinnishverbpresent active participle of pursutaactive form-of participle present
GeologypursuavaFinnishadjextrusive, extruding
GeologyramalMalayverbto predict
GeologyramalMalaynounsand (finely ground rock)
GeorgiaCaucasusEnglishnameA mountain range in Eastern Europe between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, on territory of Russia, Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, which includes the ranges of Greater Caucasus and Lesser Caucasus.
GeorgiaCaucasusEnglishnameA geopolitical region in Eastern Europe, deriving its name from the aforementioned mountains.
GeorgiaთავისუფლებაGeorgiannounfreedom
GeorgiaთავისუფლებაGeorgiannameFreedom Square, Tbilisi
GermanyWest GermanyEnglishnameThe Federal Republic of Germany, distinguished from the German Democratic Republic ("East Germany").historical
GermanyWest GermanyEnglishnameThe former areas of the Republic during that time, distinguished from the former East German areas.since 1990
GermanyWest GermanyEnglishnameCollectively, the British-, French-, and American-occupied zones of Germany, distinguished from the Soviet-occupied zone.historical uncommon
Ginger family plantsgrains of paradiseEnglishnounThe seeds or seed capsules of Aframomum melegueta, used as a medicine and spice, especially as a substitute for black pepper and in flavoring alcoholic beverages.plural plural-normally
Ginger family plantsgrains of paradiseEnglishnounAframomum melegueta itself, a herbaceous perennial plant native to the swamps of the West African coast.plural plural-normally uncommon
Gnaphalieae tribe plantscudweedEnglishnounAny of many of species of flowering plants in family Asteraceae of several genera: / Gamochaeta, with species in North and South Americacountable uncountable
Gnaphalieae tribe plantscudweedEnglishnounAny of many of species of flowering plants in family Asteraceae of several genera: / Gnaphalium, with species in Eurasia and the Americascountable uncountable
Gnaphalieae tribe plantscudweedEnglishnounAny of many of species of flowering plants in family Asteraceae of several genera: / Pseudognaphalium, native to North Americacountable uncountable
Gnaphalieae tribe plantscudweedEnglishnounAny of many of species of flowering plants in family Asteraceae of several genera: / Filago, of Eurasia and North Americacountable uncountable
Gnaphalieae tribe plantscudweedEnglishnounAny of many of species of flowering plants in family Asteraceae of several genera: / Euchiton, native to Australasia and the Pacificcountable uncountable
Gnaphalieae tribe plantscudweedEnglishnounAny of many of species of flowering plants in family Asteraceae of several genera: / Helichrysum, occurring in Africa, Australasia and Eurasia.countable uncountable
Gnaphalieae tribe plantscudweedEnglishnounAntennaria dioicacountable uncountable
Gnaphalieae tribe plantscudweedEnglishnounCudbear, a fungus of species (Ochrolechia tartarea, syn. Lecanora tartarea)countable uncountable
Gnaphalieae tribe plantseverlastingEnglishadjLasting or enduring forever; existing or continuing without end
Gnaphalieae tribe plantseverlastingEnglishadjContinuing indefinitely, or during a long period; perpetual; sometimes used, colloquially, as a strong intensive.
Gnaphalieae tribe plantseverlastingEnglishadjExisting with infinite temporal duration (as opposed to existence outside of time).human-sciences philosophy sciences
Gnaphalieae tribe plantseverlastingEnglishadvExtremely.colloquial
Gnaphalieae tribe plantseverlastingEnglishnounAn everlasting flower.
Gnaphalieae tribe plantseverlastingEnglishnounA durable cloth fabric for shoes, etc.historical
Godpraise the LordEnglishintjPhrase used to thank God by Christians.
Godpraise the LordEnglishintjExpression of thankful happiness.
Godpraise the LordEnglishintjStereotypical exclamation used in mockery of Christianity.UK
GodsⲏⲣⲁⲕⲗⲁⲥCopticnameHeracles, a Greek mythological hero and later god of the gymnasium and athletes.Bohairic Sahidic
GodsⲏⲣⲁⲕⲗⲁⲥCopticnamea male given name from GreekBohairic Sahidic
GovernmentpolitikSwedishnounpoliticscommon-gender
GovernmentpolitikSwedishnounpolicycommon-gender
GrainsabirScotsverbTo thresh corn partially.Orkney
GrainsabirScotsnounA sheaf of grain half-threshed.Orkney
GrainsցորեանOld Armeniannounwheat
GrainsցորեանOld Armeniannouncorn, grainbroadly
GrassesnorsunheinäFinnishnounsilvergrass (any plant of the genus Miscanthus)
GrassesnorsunheinäFinnishnounthe genus Miscanthusin-plural
GreeceDiumLatinnameOne of the leading towns of Macedoniadeclension-2
GreeceDiumLatinnameA city in Actedeclension-2
Greek deitiesHecateEnglishnameThe powerful goddess, in Greek mythology, of magic, crossroads, fire, light, the moon, and the underworld. Her Roman counterpart is Trivia.
Greek deitiesHecateEnglishname100 Hekate, a main belt asteroid.astronomy natural-sciences
Greek letter namessanoEsperantonounhealthuncountable
Greek letter namessanoEsperantonounsan
Greek mythologyⲏⲣⲁⲕⲗⲁⲥCopticnameHeracles, a Greek mythological hero and later god of the gymnasium and athletes.Bohairic Sahidic
Greek mythologyⲏⲣⲁⲕⲗⲁⲥCopticnamea male given name from GreekBohairic Sahidic
GreetingsgreetingsEnglishnounplural of greetingform-of plural
GreetingsgreetingsEnglishintjHello.formal humorous sometimes
Greys鈍色Japanesenoundark gray (color)
Greys鈍色Japanesenoundark gray (color)
GullstarrockEnglishnouna young kittiwake.Northern Scotland
GullstarrockEnglishnounThe common guillemot.UK dialectal
GullstarrockEnglishnounThe common tern.UK dialectal
GullstrutSwedishnounAny of several species of large gulls.common-gender
GullstrutSwedishnounmouthcommon-gender slang
HairsaparoFinnishnounThe tail of a pig.
HairsaparoFinnishnounbunches, pigtail (hairstyle)
HairکچلPersianadjbald
HairکچلPersiannounclitorisanatomy medicine sciences
HeadwearDutch capEnglishnounA type of woman's cap with triangular turn back at each side. The style is particularly associated with Dutch traditional costume.
HeadwearDutch capEnglishnounAn intravaginal contraceptive device.
HeadwearsouthwesterEnglishnounA strong wind blowing from the southwest.
HeadwearsouthwesterEnglishnounA waterproof hat, often of oilskin and with a long brim at the back covering the neck, designed to repel wind and rain.
HeadwearsouthwesterEnglishnounA long raincoat, often worn at sea.
Healthcare occupationsmidwifeEnglishnounA person, usually a woman, who is trained to assist women in childbirth, but who is not a physician.
Healthcare occupationsmidwifeEnglishnounSomeone who assists in bringing about some result or project.figuratively rare
Healthcare occupationsmidwifeEnglishverbTo act as a midwife.transitive
Healthcare occupationsmidwifeEnglishverbTo facilitate the emergence of.figuratively transitive
HearingkurlsLatvianadjdeaf (not capable of hearing sounds)
HearingkurlsLatvianadjdeaf (who does not want to listen; disobedient)
Hearing竊聽Chineseverbto eavesdrop
Hearing竊聽Chineseverbto wiretap
Heather family plantsbriar-rootEnglishnounThe root of the briar (Erica arborea).countable uncountable
Heather family plantsbriar-rootEnglishnounThe wood of this root used to make tobacco pipes.countable uncountable
Heather family plantsheatherEnglishnounAn evergreen plant, Calluna vulgaris, with spiky leaves and small purple, pink, or white flowers.countable uncountable
Heather family plantsheatherEnglishnounA plant in the family Ericaceae.countable uncountable
Heather family plantsheatherEnglishnounVarious species of the genus Erica.countable uncountable
Heather family plantsheatherEnglishnounVarious species of the genus Cassiope.countable uncountable
Heather family plantsheatherEnglishnounA purple colour with a tint of pink and blue.countable uncountable
Heather family plantsheatherEnglishnounThe use of interwoven yarns of mixed colours to produce flecks.business manufacturing textilescountable uncountable
Heather family plantsheatherEnglishadjOf a purple colour with a tint of pink and blue.not-comparable
Hebrew letter namesצדיקYiddishnounA saintly or righteous person: tzadik.Judaism
Hebrew letter namesצדיקYiddishnounA title for a Hassidic rabbi: Tzadik.Judaism
Hebrew letter namesצדיקYiddishnountsade (eighteenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet)
Heliantheae tribe plantsbush sunflowerEnglishnounA shrubby perennial with yellow flowers, Simsia calva, native from New Mexico and Texas to Central and South America.US
Heliantheae tribe plantsbush sunflowerEnglishnounA drought-tolerant shrubby perennial with yellow flowers, native to California and neighboring Baja California, Encelia californica.California
Hemp family plantsrhyneEnglishnounA running waterway that links a ditch or stream to a river.
Hemp family plantsrhyneEnglishnounA kind of Russian hemp.uncountable
HerbscohoshEnglishnounA perennial American herb (Caulophyllum thalictroides), the rough rootstock of which is used in medicine.countable uncountable
HerbscohoshEnglishnounA smooth herb, Actaea racemosa, marketed for medicinal use.countable uncountable
HerbssorelMiddle Englishnounsorrel (Rumex acetosa)
HerbssorelMiddle Englishnounwood sorrel (Oxalis acetosella)
HerbssorelMiddle EnglishnounThe leaves of either of these plants
HerbssorelMiddle Englishadjsorrel (red-brown)of animals
HerbssorelMiddle EnglishnounA three-year-old male deer.rare
HerbsռեհանArmeniannounOcimum
HerbsռեհանArmeniannounOcimum / basil, Ocimum basilicum
HeronskasboCebuanonounthe nankeen night heron (Nycticorax caledonicus)
HeronskasboCebuanonounthe common silver-biddy (Gerres oyena)
HidesermineEnglishnounA weasel found in northern latitudes (Mustela erminea in Eurasia, Alaska, and the Arctic, Mustela haidarum in Haida Gwaii, Mustela richardsonii in the rest of North America); its dark brown fur turns white in winter, apart from the black tip of the tail.countable uncountable
HidesermineEnglishnounThe white fur of this animal, traditionally seen as a symbol of purity and used for judges' robes.countable uncountable
HidesermineEnglishnounThe office of a judge.broadly countable figuratively uncountable
HidesermineEnglishnounA white field with black spots.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicscountable uncountable
HidesermineEnglishnounAny of various moths, especially in the family Yponomeutidaecountable uncountable
HidesermineEnglishadjIn blazon, of the colour ermine (white with black spots).government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicsnot-comparable
HidesermineEnglishverbTo clothe with ermine.
Hindu deitiesJagannathEnglishnameThe name of Lord Krishna and Vishnu.
Hindu deitiesJagannathEnglishnameA male given name from Sanskrit used commonly in India.
Hindu deitiesमेघनादSanskritnoun‘cloud-noise’, thunder
Hindu deitiesमेघनादSanskritnamename of a son of Ravana in Ramayana
HinduismایشورUrdunounGod
HinduismایشورUrdunounlord
HinduismایشورUrdunounmaster
HinduismایشورUrdunounhusband
HinduismदेवRajasthaninoundeity
HinduismदेवRajasthaninoungod
HindutvaraitaEnglishnounA condiment made from seasoned yogurt used as a dip or sauce in the cuisine of southern Asia.countable uncountable
HindutvaraitaEnglishnounA Hindu who does not support Hindutva, a liberal Hindu, especially (highly derogatory) as considered a traitor to India or race traitor towards Indians.government politicsIndia Internet derogatory slang
Historical politiesBabyloniaEnglishnameThe realm of Babylon in ancient Mesopotamia (modern Iraq), the Babylonian Empire.historical
Historical politiesBabyloniaEnglishnameThe area of Babylon's empire, Mesopotamia itself.historical
Historical politiesRoman EmpireEnglishnameThe empire which succeeded the Roman Republic and existed between 27 B.C.E. and 476 C.E. in the west (and until 1453 C.E. in the east; see Byzantine Empire), encompassing territories stretching from Britain and Germany to Spain, North Africa and the Persian Gulf.historical
Historical politiesRoman EmpireEnglishnameThe Holy Roman Empire.archaic historical
HitvurmaqAzerbaijaniverbto hit, to pound, to beattransitive
HitvurmaqAzerbaijaniverbto shoottransitive
HitvurmaqAzerbaijaniverbto stabtransitive
HitvurmaqAzerbaijaniverbto multiplytransitive
HitvurmaqAzerbaijaniverbto apply (a color on a surface)transitive
HitvurmaqAzerbaijaniverbto drink alcoholintransitive slang transitive
HitvurmaqAzerbaijaniverbto fill a vehicle (with fuel).colloquial intransitive transitive used with dative
HitvurmaqAzerbaijaniverbOnly used in özünü vurmaq (“to pretend”)
HolidaysLammasEnglishnameA former festival held on 1st August celebrating the harvest.England
HolidaysLammasEnglishname1st August, a quarter day.Scotland
HolidaysLammasEnglishnameA modern pagan festival celebrated in early August celebrating the start of the grain harvest.lifestyle paganism religion
HolidaysX-DayEnglishname1 November 1945, the planned date for the Allied invasion of Kyushu in southwestern Japan in World War II (cancelled following Japan's unconditional surrender in September 1945).historical
HolidaysX-DayEnglishnameAn annual celebration in the Church of the SubGenius parody religion, falling on July 5 and commemorating the prophesied end of the world on that date in 1998, when alien beings from "Planet X" were to have invaded.
HolidaysX-DayEnglishnounSynonym of D-Day (“the date of any major event planned for the future”)
HorsesgiddyupEnglishintjMove on!, go faster!
HorsesgiddyupEnglishverbTo cause a horse or similar mount to speed up.
HorsesgiddyupEnglishverbTo start moving or move faster; to get a move on.broadly
HorsesうまJapanesenoun馬: horse
HorsesうまJapanesenoun午: The Horse, the seventh sign of the Chinese zodiac
HorticulturegardenerMiddle Englishnoungardener (one who tends a garden)
HorticulturegardenerMiddle EnglishnounA tender of one's heart.figuratively
Human behaviourcurteisMiddle EnglishadjAppropriate for a court; cultured, elegant, refined.
Human behaviourcurteisMiddle EnglishadjCourteous, charitable, kind.
Human behaviourcurteisMiddle EnglishadjShowing due deference; respectful, humble.
Human behaviourglorifienMiddle EnglishverbTo compliment, acclaim, or recognise someone
Human behaviourglorifienMiddle EnglishverbTo devote oneself to or to worship someone.
Human behaviourglorifienMiddle EnglishverbTo empower; to grant a quality or attribute.
Human behaviourglorifienMiddle EnglishverbTo brag, boast or engage in self-aggrandisement.
Human behaviourglorifienMiddle EnglishverbTo edify or improve; to make glorious.rare
Human behavioursmethenMiddle EnglishverbTo smoothen; to make smooth.
Human behavioursmethenMiddle EnglishverbTo palliate; to smooth over a wrong.
Human behavioursmethenMiddle EnglishverbTo become smooth or level.rare
HummingbirdswoodnymphEnglishnounA nymph residing in a forest, a dryad.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciences
HummingbirdswoodnymphEnglishnounA hummingbird of the genus Thalurania.
HuntingbeaveringEnglishnounHunting or trapping beaver.uncountable
HuntingbeaveringEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of beaverform-of gerund participle present
Hunting dogsthat dog won't huntEnglishphraseThat idea will not work; that is an inadequate explanation or proposition.US
Hunting dogsthat dog won't huntEnglishphrase7 February 1970, “Rusk advocated halt of bombing: LBJ says in interview”, in Sarasota Herald-Tribune, page 3A, column 1: On the [Arthur] Goldberg proposal to stop all the bombing, [Ellsworth] Bunker "came back strong and said, 'I just can't. That dog won't hunt. We just cannot get that over, it would just blow everything.'[…]" / 7 February 1970, “Rusk advocated halt of bombing: LBJ says in interview”, in Sarasota Herald-Tribune, page 3A, column 1
Hunting dogsthat dog won't huntEnglishphrase7 February 1970, “Rusk advocated halt of bombing: LBJ says in interview”, in Sarasota Herald-Tribune, page 3A, column 1: On the [Arthur] Goldberg proposal to stop all the bombing, [Ellsworth] Bunker "came back strong and said, 'I just can't. That dog won't hunt. We just cannot get that over, it would just blow everything.'[…]" / On the [Arthur] Goldberg proposal to stop all the bombing, [Ellsworth] Bunker "came back strong and said, 'I just can't. That dog won't hunt. We just cannot get that over, it would just blow everything.'[…]"
Hunting dogsthat dog won't huntEnglishphrase6 August 1987, Tom Wicker, “In the nation: That dog won't hunt”, in The New York Times, archived from the original on 2015-05-24: If, as is more likely, Mr. [Ronald] Reagan's plan is just a ploy to win votes for renewed military aid to the C.I.A.-organized and C.I.A.-controlled contras in Nicaragua, a Congress burned once too often should be able to see right through it. Either way, as Lyndon Johnson used to say of losing propositions, "That dog won't hunt." / 6 August 1987, Tom Wicker, “In the nation: That dog won't hunt”, in The New York Times, archived from the original on 2015-05-24
Hunting dogsthat dog won't huntEnglishphrase6 August 1987, Tom Wicker, “In the nation: That dog won't hunt”, in The New York Times, archived from the original on 2015-05-24: If, as is more likely, Mr. [Ronald] Reagan's plan is just a ploy to win votes for renewed military aid to the C.I.A.-organized and C.I.A.-controlled contras in Nicaragua, a Congress burned once too often should be able to see right through it. Either way, as Lyndon Johnson used to say of losing propositions, "That dog won't hunt." / If, as is more likely, Mr. [Ronald] Reagan's plan is just a ploy to win votes for renewed military aid to the C.I.A.-organized and C.I.A.-controlled contras in Nicaragua, a Congress burned once too often should be able to see right through it. Either way, as Lyndon Johnson used to say of losing propositions, "That dog won't hunt."
HydrologyjūrmalaLatviannounseaside, seashore, seacoast (coastal land bordering a sea or ocean)declension-4 feminine
HydrologyjūrmalaLatviannounseaside (region near the sea)declension-4 feminine
HyraxesdassSwedishnounan outhouse, a toilet; in particular used about toilets outdoorscolloquial neuter
HyraxesdassSwedishnouna hyrax, any species in the Hyracoidea ordercommon-gender
IndividualsAdamAlbaniannamea male given name, equivalent to English Adammasculine
IndividualsAdamAlbaniannameAdam (biblical figure)Christianity lifestyle religionmasculine
IndividualsAdamAlbaniannameAdem (“Adam”)Islam lifestyle religionmasculine
IndividualsAronSwedishnameAaron (biblical figure).common-gender
IndividualsAronSwedishnamea male given name from Hebrewcommon-gender
IndividualsH₂OEnglishnounWater as a chemical substance.uncountable
IndividualsH₂OEnglishnounHishammuddin Hussein Onn, Malaysian politician and son of Hussein Onn, third prime minister of Malaysia.government politicsInternet Malaysia humorous uncountable
IndividualsTuringEnglishnameA surname of Germanic origin.
IndividualsTuringEnglishnameAlan Turing (1912–1954), a British logician and early computer scientist.
IndividualsTuringEnglishnameA programming language.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
Indo-European studiesProto-Indo-EuropeanEnglishnameThe reconstructed ancestor language or protolanguage of the Indo-European family of languages, which includes most European, Iranian, and Indian languages.human-sciences linguistics sciencesuncountable
Indo-European studiesProto-Indo-EuropeanEnglishnounA person who spoke the Proto-Indo-European language.anthropology human-sciences sciencescountable
Indo-European studiesProto-Indo-EuropeanEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Proto-Indo-European language, or the people who spoke it.anthropology human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable
InsectsaayanYorubanouncockroach
InsectsaayanYorubanouneffort, perseverance
InsectsaayanYorubanounA tree that is regarded as sacred, it is known for being the tree where the Aláàfin of Ọ̀yọ́ Ṣàngó is said to have hanged himself, and later deified
InsectslokustoEsperantonoungrasshopper
InsectslokustoEsperantonounlocust
InsectsкүйеKazakhnounmoth
InsectsкүйеKazakhnounsoot
IslamMohammedanEnglishnounMuslim.
IslamMohammedanEnglishadjMuslim, Islamic.not-comparable
IslamMohammedanEnglishadjrelating to Mohammed.not-comparable
IslamsoudanMiddle EnglishnounA sultan (especially one of the rulers of major Muslim states in the Middle Ages).
IslamsoudanMiddle EnglishnounA Muslim soldier or noble.broadly
IslamismQuran BeltEnglishnameA region where conservative Muslim beliefs are a predominant part of the local culture.Islam lifestyle religion
IslamismQuran BeltEnglishnameKelantan and Terengganu, two states in Peninsular Malaysia that practice a stricter form of Islam.Malaysia specifically
IslandsMinorcaEnglishnameOne of the Balearic Islands of Spain.
IslandsMinorcaEnglishnameA breed of poultry.
IslandsSaarõmaaVõronameSaaremaa, the largest island of Estonia.
IslandsSaarõmaaVõronameSaare County in Estonia.
IslandsSaarõmaaVõronameSaaremaa, historical Estonian eldership.
IslandsThyridesLatinnameA promontory of Laconiadeclension-3
IslandsThyridesLatinnameAn island of the Ionian Sea mentioned by Plinydeclension-3
IslandsכפתורHebrewnounButton: fastener, as for clothes.
IslandsכפתורHebrewnounButton: mechanical device pushed by a finger.
IslandsכפתורHebrewnounbulb, knop, calyx (architectural term)Biblical-Hebrew
IslandsכפתורHebrewnameCaphtor, Crete, the homeland of the PhilistinesBiblical-Hebrew
IsopodsgribbleEnglishnounAny of various wood-boring marine crustaceans of the genus Limnoria, especially Limnoria lignorum, which cause damage to underwater wooden structures.
IsopodsgribbleEnglishadjTending to grumble; grumpy, irascible.
Japanese fictionnekomimiEnglishnounCat ears.fiction literature media publishingJapanese
Japanese fictionnekomimiEnglishnoun(by metonymy, coming from meronymy) A fictional character who has cat ears on an otherwise human body, and possibly other feline characteristics such as a tail.fiction literature media publishingJapanese
Japanese male given names八雲Japanesename八雲町: Yakumo (a town in Hokkaido prefecture, Japan)
Japanese male given names八雲Japanesenamea male given name
Japanese male given names八雲Japanesenamea surname
Koreavương đại phiVietnamesenounqueen mother, mother of a Korean king
Koreavương đại phiVietnamesenounqueen dowager, not mother of a Korean king, but widow of the previous king
LGBTmagladladTagalogverbto unfold; to unfurl
LGBTmagladladTagalogverbto come out of the closet; to reveal one's homosexualityslang
Lacertoid lizardsteiidEnglishadjOf or belonging to the Teiidae family of tropical American lizards.not-comparable
Lacertoid lizardsteiidEnglishnounAny lizard in the family Teiidae.
Ladin cardinal numberssetantesiesLadinadjseventy-six
Ladin cardinal numberssetantesiesLadinnounseventy-sixmasculine uncountable
Ladin cardinal numbersvintLadinadjtwenty
Ladin cardinal numbersvintLadinnountwentymasculine uncountable
LagomorphspikaFinnishnounpika
LagomorphspikaFinnishnounthe taxonomic family Ochotonidaein-plural
Lamioideae subfamily plantspeippiFinnishnoundeadnettle (plant of the genus Lamium)
Lamioideae subfamily plantspeippiFinnishnounthe genus Lamiumin-plural
Lamioideae subfamily plantspeippiFinnishnounfeinthobbies lifestyle sportsinformal
LandformstepeTurkishnounhill
LandformstepeTurkishnountop, peak
LandformstepeTurkishnounapex, vertex
LandformstepeTurkishnouncrest, crown
LanguagemirMeriamnounword
LanguagemirMeriamnounlanguage
LanguageلهجةArabicnoundialect
LanguageلهجةArabicnounmanner of speaking
LanguageلهجةArabicnounaccent
LanguagesDarlingEnglishnameAn English and Scottish surname transferred from the nickname, originally a nickname from darling.
LanguagesDarlingEnglishnameA major river of Queensland and New South Wales, Australia, named for Governor Ralph Darling.
LanguagesDarlingEnglishnameThe Australian aboriginal language Baagandji, spoken along this river in New South Wales.
LanguagesDarlingEnglishnameA small town in Western Cape province, South Africa.
LanguagesDarlingEnglishnameA census-designated place in Quitman County, Mississippi, United States.
LanguagesHindustaniEnglishadjRelated to India, varying historically from the entire Indian subcontinent to India north of the Deccan, especially the plains of the Ganges and Jumna.
LanguagesHindustaniEnglishnounA person from India, varying historically from the entire subcontinent to India north of the Deccan, especially the plains of the Ganges and Jumna.
LanguagesHindustaniEnglishnameThe language of which Hindi and Urdu are literary standards.
LanguagesHindustaniEnglishnameThe Delhi dialect of that language.
LanguagesJavaneseEnglishnounA person belonging to the Javanese people (one of the indigenous groups native to Java island).
LanguagesJavaneseEnglishnounA cat of a certain domestic cat breed.
LanguagesJavaneseEnglishnameAn indigenous language spoken by Javanese people.
LanguagesKakaduEnglishnounAlternative form of Gaagudjualt-of alternative plural plural-only
LanguagesKakaduEnglishnameAlternative form of Gaagudjualt-of alternative
LanguagesKiEnglishnameIn Sumerian mythology, the earth goddess and chief consort of the sky god, Anu.human-sciences lifestyle mysticism mythology philosophy religion sciences
LanguagesKiEnglishnameSynonym of Amto (“a Papuan language”).
LanguagesLuoravetlanEnglishnameChukotko-Kamchatkan language family
LanguagesLuoravetlanEnglishnameChukchi language of Chukotko-Kamchatkan family
LanguagesMaldivianEnglishnounA person from the Maldives or of Maldivian descent.countable
LanguagesMaldivianEnglishnounThe official language of the Maldives, also called Dhivehi or Divehi.uncountable
LanguagesMaldivianEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to the Maldives, the Maldivian people or the Maldivian language.not-comparable
LanguagesSafwaEnglishnounan indigenous people of Tanzaniaplural plural-only
LanguagesSafwaEnglishnamethe language of these people
LanguagesTurkanaEnglishnameA Nilo-Saharan language of Kenya.
LanguagesTurkanaEnglishnounThe people who speak this language.plural plural-only
LanguagesVolscianEnglishadjOr, or relating to, the people or language of the Volsci.not-comparable
LanguagesVolscianEnglishnounAn inhabitant of Volsci, or a person of Volscian descent.
LanguagesVolscianEnglishnameAn Italic language formerly spoken by the Volsci and becoming extinct sometime after the 3rd century BC.
LanguagesalbanskNorwegian NynorskadjAlbanian (of or pertaining to Albania)
LanguagesalbanskNorwegian NynorsknounAlbanian (the language)masculine uncountable
LanguagesgoticOccitanadjGothic (pertaining to the Goths or to the Gothic language)masculine
LanguagesgoticOccitanadjGothic (pertaining to the Gothic architecture or to Gothic art)masculine
LanguagesgoticOccitanadjGothic (pertaining to the Middle Ages)masculine
LanguagesgoticOccitanadjGothic (pertaining to a genre of horror fiction)masculine
LanguagesgoticOccitanadjGothic (pertaining to the goth subculture)masculine
LanguagesgoticOccitannounGothic (an example of Gothic architecture or of Gothic art)masculine
LanguagesgoticOccitannounGothic (a style of architecture and art common in 12th to 16th century Europe)masculine uncountable
LanguagesgoticOccitannounGothic (an extinct East Germanic language spoken by the Goths)masculine uncountable
LanguageshantiFinnishnounKhanty (language)
LanguageshantiFinnishnounKhanty (person)
LanguagesitelmeeniFinnishnounItelmen (person)
LanguagesitelmeeniFinnishnounItelmen (language)
LanguagesmaoriFinnishnounA Maori (member of the indigenous people of New Zealand).
LanguagesmaoriFinnishnounThe Maori language.
LanguagesrumenskNorwegian NynorskadjRomanian (as above)
LanguagesrumenskNorwegian NynorsknounRomanian (the language)masculine uncountable
LanguagesukrainskaSwedishadjinflection of ukrainsk: ## definite singular ## plural / definite singulardefinite form-of singular
LanguagesukrainskaSwedishadjinflection of ukrainsk: ## definite singular ## plural / pluralform-of plural
LanguagesukrainskaSwedishnouna woman from Ukrainecommon-gender
LanguagesukrainskaSwedishnounthe Ukrainian languagecommon-gender uncountable
LanguagesբրետոներենArmeniannounBreton (language)
LanguagesբրետոներենArmenianadvin Breton
LanguagesբրետոներենArmenianadjBreton (of or pertaining to the language)
LanguagesտաջիկերենArmeniannounTajik (language)
LanguagesտաջիկերենArmenianadvin Tajik
LanguagesտաջիկերենArmenianadjTajik (of or pertaining to the language)
LanguagesبلغاريةArabicadjfeminine singular of بُلْغَارِيّ (bulḡāriyy, “Bulgarian”)feminine form-of singular
LanguagesبلغاريةArabicnounfemale equivalent of بُلْغَارِيّ (bulḡāriyy, “Bulgarian”): a Bulgarian womanfeminine form-of
LanguagesبلغاريةArabicnounthe Bulgarian languageuncountable
LanguagesفارسیPersianadjPersian, Persic
LanguagesفارسیPersiannounPersian (the language of modern Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan, and widely spoken in Uzbekistan).
LanguagesفارسیPersiannounPersian (the language of Ancient Persia).
LanguagesفارسیPersiannounPersian, main ethnic group of Iran.
LanguagesపారసీTelugunounThe Parsee language.
LanguagesపారసీTelugunounA Persian.
LanguagesపారసీTeluguadjPertaining to Persia.
Latin nomina gentiliaAbroniusLatinnameThe name of a Roman gens, famously held by: / The name of a Roman gens, famously held bydeclension-2
Latin nomina gentiliaAbroniusLatinnameThe name of a Roman gens, famously held by: / Abronius Silo (a poet of the Augustan age)declension-2
Latin nomina gentiliaAbroniusLatinadjof or pertaining to the gens Abroniaadjective declension-1 declension-2
Latin nomina gentiliaAebutiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held bydeclension-2
Latin nomina gentiliaAebutiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Titus Aebutius Elva, a Roman consuldeclension-2
Latin nomina gentiliaAebutiusLatinadjof or pertaining to the gens Aebutia.adjective declension-1 declension-2
Latin nomina gentiliaCaeliusLatinnamea Roman nomen, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Lucius Coelius Antipater, a Roman jurist and historiandeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaCaeliusLatinnamea Roman nomen, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Marcus Caelius Rufus, a Roman politician and oratordeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaCalventiusLatinnamea 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 gentiliaCalventiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Marcus Calventius Viator, a Roman comanderdeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaFeniusLatinnamea 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 gentiliaFeniusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Faenius Rufus, a Roman equesdeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaMessiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held bydeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaMessiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Arusianus Messius, a Roman grammariandeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaMunatiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held bydeclension-2
Latin nomina gentiliaMunatiusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Lucius Munatius Plancus, a Roman consuldeclension-2
Latin nomina gentiliaPatulciusLatinnamean epithet of Janus, because in time of war his temple stood opendeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaPatulciusLatinnamea 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 gentiliaPatulciusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name", famously held by: / Quīntus Patulcius, a person mentioned by Cicerodeclension-2 masculine singular
Latin nomina gentiliaTigelliusLatinnamea 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 gentiliaTigelliusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Tigellius, a Roman poetdeclension-2 masculine singular
LawhukumuSwahilinounjudgment, verdictclass-10 class-9
LawhukumuSwahiliverbto judge, to pass a judgment upon
LawlawfullyMiddle EnglishadvLawfully; in a way allowed by the law or legal system.
LawlawfullyMiddle EnglishadvIn a morally or religiously correct or approved way.
LawlawfullyMiddle EnglishadvIn an appropriate, justifiable or warrantable way.
LawlawfullyMiddle EnglishadvIn a way that remains true to one's superiors.rare
Lawsui generisEnglishadjIn a class of its own; one of a kind.lawnot-comparable
Lawsui generisEnglishadjBy itself; of its own.not-comparable rare
Lawsui generisEnglishnounA thing apart, an isolated specimen.proscribed
Leftismbleeding-heartEnglishnounAny of several species of bird in the genus Gallicolumba of the pigeon family, native to the Philippines, characterised by a red patch on the plumage of the breast.
Leftismbleeding-heartEnglishnounA person who is overly sympathetic to the plight of the underprivileged or exploited.
Leftismbleeding-heartEnglishadjOverly sympathetic to the plight of the underprivileged or exploited.
Legumeslady's fingerEnglishnounOkra; an edible capsules of Abelmoschus esculentus.India
Legumeslady's fingerEnglishnounKidney vetch (Anthyllis vulneraria).
Legumeslady's fingerEnglishnounA small cake of about the dimensions of a finger.
Legumeslady's fingerEnglishnounA long, slender variety of potato.
Legumeslady's fingerEnglishnounOne of the branchiae of the lobster.
LegumesmasmaloFinnishnounkidney vetch (Anthyllis vulneraria)
LegumesmasmaloFinnishnounany plant of the genus Anthyllis
LegumesmasmaloFinnishnounthe genus Anthyllisin-plural
Legumesrain treeEnglishnounA tropical American tree (Albizia saman) having bipinnate leaves, globose clusters of flowers with crimson stamens, and sweet-pulp pods eaten by cattle, also used as an ornamental.
Legumesrain treeEnglishnounPhilenoptera violacea (apple-leaf), native to Africa.
Legumesrain treeEnglishnounBrunfelsia spp.
Legumesrain treeEnglishnounGolden rain tree (Koelreuteria paniculata)
LegumestickseedEnglishnounA seed or fruit resembling a tick in shape, or in clinging to the skin or hair/fur.
LegumestickseedEnglishnounA plant producing such seed or fruit, such as those in the genera: / Bidens, beggarticks.
LegumestickseedEnglishnounA plant producing such seed or fruit, such as those in the genera: / Coreopsis, coreopsis
LegumestickseedEnglishnounA plant producing such seed or fruit, such as those in the genera: / Corispermum, bugseeds
LegumestickseedEnglishnounA plant producing such seed or fruit, such as those in the genera: / Desmodium, tick-trefoils
Leuciscine fishleuciscinEnglishadjOf or relating to the cyprinid tribe Leuciscinibiology ichthyology natural-sciences zoology
Leuciscine fishleuciscinEnglishnounAny fish in this tribebiology ichthyology natural-sciences zoology
LiceendaTooronounabdomen, belly
LiceendaTooronounstomach
LiceendaTooronounpregnancy
LiceendaTooronounfetus; embryo
LiceendaTooronounlouse
LightþestrenMiddle EnglishverbTo become dark or black; to lose its lightness.
LightþestrenMiddle EnglishverbTo make oneself non-visible.rare
Light sourceskilatIndonesiannounlightning: a flash of light produced by short-duration, high-voltage discharge of electricity within a cloud, between clouds, or between a cloud and the earth.literally
Light sourceskilatIndonesiannounshinyfiguratively
Light sourceskilatIndonesiannounsomething fastfiguratively
Light sourceskilatIndonesianadjlightning (extremely fast or sudden)
Light sourcestorcheMiddle EnglishnounA long candle
Light sourcestorcheMiddle EnglishnounA torch; a portable source of light
Light sourcestorcheMiddle EnglishnounA ray of lightfiguratively
LinguisticsнаречийEastern Marinoundialect
LinguisticsнаречийEastern Marinounadverb
Liquidschicken soupEnglishnounAny soup made with either pieces of chicken or chicken broth as its main ingredient, often thought to cure everyday illnesses such as the common cold.countable uncountable
Liquidschicken soupEnglishnounA cure for a wide variety of illnesses or other problems.countable figuratively uncountable
Liquidschicken soupEnglishnounA mixed-up mush.countable figuratively uncountable
Liquidschicken soupEnglishnounThe aqueous solution of nutrients used in the Viking lander biological experiments to detect microbial Martian life.biochemistry biology chemistry microbiology natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable historical slang uncountable
LiquidsevaporateEnglishverbto transition from a liquid state into a gaseous stateintransitive transitive
LiquidsevaporateEnglishverbto expel moisture from (usually by means of artificial heat), leaving the solid portiontransitive
LiquidsevaporateEnglishverbto give vent to; to dissipatefiguratively transitive
LiquidsevaporateEnglishverbto disappear; to escape or pass off without effectfiguratively intransitive
LiquidsflowEnglishnounMovement in people or things characterized with a continuous motion, involving either a non solid mass or a multitude.countable uncountable
LiquidsflowEnglishnounThe movement of a real or figurative fluid.countable uncountable
LiquidsflowEnglishnounA formalization of the idea of the motion of particles in a fluid, as a group action of the real numbers on a set.mathematics sciencescountable uncountable
LiquidsflowEnglishnounThe rising movement of the tide.countable uncountable
LiquidsflowEnglishnounSmoothness or continuity.countable uncountable
LiquidsflowEnglishnounThe amount of a fluid that moves or the rate of fluid movement.countable uncountable
LiquidsflowEnglishnounA flow pipe, carrying liquid away from a boiler or other central plant (compare with return pipe which returns fluid to central plant).countable uncountable
LiquidsflowEnglishnounA mental state characterized by concentration, focus and enjoyment of a given task.human-sciences psychology sciencescountable uncountable
LiquidsflowEnglishnounThe emission of blood during menstruation.countable uncountable
LiquidsflowEnglishnounThe ability to skilfully rap along to a beat.countable uncountable
LiquidsflowEnglishnounThe sequence of steps taken in a piece of software to perform some action.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwarecountable uncountable
LiquidsflowEnglishverbTo move as a fluid from one position to another.intransitive
LiquidsflowEnglishverbTo proceed; to issue forth.intransitive
LiquidsflowEnglishverbTo move or match smoothly, gracefully, or continuously.intransitive
LiquidsflowEnglishverbTo have or be in abundance; to abound, so as to run or flow over.intransitive
LiquidsflowEnglishverbTo hang loosely and wave.intransitive
LiquidsflowEnglishverbTo rise, as the tide; opposed to ebb.intransitive
LiquidsflowEnglishverbTo arrange (text in a wordprocessor, etc.) so that it wraps neatly into a designated space; to reflow.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
LiquidsflowEnglishverbTo allow (a liquid) to flow.transitive
LiquidsflowEnglishverbTo cover with water or other liquid; to overflow; to inundate; to flood.transitive
LiquidsflowEnglishverbTo cover with varnish.transitive
LiquidsflowEnglishverbTo discharge excessive blood from the uterus.intransitive
LiquidsflowEnglishnounA morass or marsh.Scotland
LiquidsgulchenMiddle EnglishverbTo gulch, gulp, or chug down.rare
LiquidsgulchenMiddle EnglishverbTo spew or gush; to issue out.rare
LiquidsstremMiddle EnglishnounA waterbody; a region of the world containing water: / A stream or river (flowing path of water)
LiquidsstremMiddle EnglishnounA waterbody; a region of the world containing water: / The movement of water; flowing or tides.
LiquidsstremMiddle EnglishnounA waterbody; a region of the world containing water: / A sea; a large, continuous body of water.
LiquidsstremMiddle EnglishnounA waterbody; a region of the world containing water: / The maritime possessions of a nation.rare
LiquidsstremMiddle EnglishnounA waterbody; a region of the world containing water: / Water as opposed to dry ground.rare
LiquidsstremMiddle EnglishnounA beam; a jet of light (usually from the sky)
LiquidsstremMiddle EnglishnounA jet (emission or spurting of liquid)
LiquidsstremMiddle EnglishnounA river's course; the path which a river takes.
LiquidsstremMiddle EnglishnounAn emission or issuing; something that comes out.rare
LiquidsstremMiddle EnglishnounThe overflowing of water.rare
LiquidsstremMiddle EnglishnounA standard; a flag indicating nationality.rare
Literary genresmommy pornEnglishnounA genre of mainstream erotic literature that primarily appeals to the sensibilities of mothers and housewives.informal neologism uncountable
Literary genresmommy pornEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see mommy, porn. (pornography featuring "mother" characters)uncountable
LiteraturebókFaroesenounbookfeminine
LiteraturebókFaroesenounbeech (tree and wood)feminine uncountable
LiteratureumsetingFaroesenountranslation (the act of translating)feminine
LiteratureumsetingFaroesenountranslation (a translated work)feminine
Logicad hominemEnglishnounShort for argumentum ad hominem: A fallacious objection to an argument or factual claim by appealing to a characteristic or belief of the person making the argument or claim, rather than by addressing the substance of the argument or producing evidence against the claim; an attempt to argue against an opponent's idea by discrediting the opponent themselves.abbreviation alt-of
Logicad hominemEnglishnounA personal attack.informal
Logicad hominemEnglishadjOf or relating to this kind of fallacious objection.not-comparable
Logicad hominemEnglishadvIn an ad hominem manner.not-comparable
Loveamabo teLatinphraseplease (asking for a favor)idiomatic
Loveamabo teLatinphraseUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see amābō, tē.
LovefancyEnglishnounThe imagination.
LovefancyEnglishnounAn image or representation of anything formed in the mind.
LovefancyEnglishnounAn opinion or notion formed without much reflection.
LovefancyEnglishnounA whim.
LovefancyEnglishnounLove or amorous attachment.
LovefancyEnglishnounThe object of inclination or liking.
LovefancyEnglishnounAny sport or hobby pursued by a group.
LovefancyEnglishnounThe enthusiasts of such a pursuit.
LovefancyEnglishnounA diamond with a distinctive colour.
LovefancyEnglishnounThat which pleases or entertains the taste or caprice without much use or value.
LovefancyEnglishnounA bite-sized sponge cake, with a layer of cream, covered in icing.
LovefancyEnglishnounA sort of love song or light impromptu ballad.obsolete
LovefancyEnglishnounIn the game of jacks, a style of play involving additional actions (contrasted with plainsies).
LovefancyEnglishnounA colored neckerchief worn at prizefights to show support for a contender.in-compounds obsolete slang
LovefancyEnglishadjDecorative, or featuring decorations, especially intricate or diverse ones.
LovefancyEnglishadjOf a superior grade.
LovefancyEnglishadjExecuted with skill.
LovefancyEnglishadjUnnecessarily complicated.colloquial
LovefancyEnglishadjExtravagant; above real value.obsolete
LovefancyEnglishadvIn a fancy manner; fancily.nonstandard not-comparable
LovefancyEnglishverbTo appreciate without jealousy or greed.formal
LovefancyEnglishverbWould like; have a desire for.Britain
LovefancyEnglishverbTo be sexually attracted to.Britain informal
LovefancyEnglishverbTo imagine, suppose.
LovefancyEnglishverbTo form a conception of; to portray in the mind.
LovefancyEnglishverbTo have a fancy for; to like; to be pleased with, particularly on account of external appearance or manners.
LovefancyEnglishverbTo breed (animals) as a hobby.transitive
LovelufestreOld Englishnounloverfeminine
LovelufestreOld Englishnouna sweetheartfeminine
Loveప్రియమైనTeluguadjloved or beloved.
Loveప్రియమైనTeluguadjdear - a formal way to start addressing somebody at the beginning of a letter, memo etc.
Lunar monthsเดือน ๒ThainounThe month of the flower-garland star (corresponding to Cancer), being the second month of the Thai lunar calendar.
Lunar monthsเดือน ๒ThainounThe month of the churning-stick star (corresponding to Libra), being the second month of the Hindu lunar calendar.
LutherierelicEnglishnounThat which remains; that which is left after loss or decay; a remaining portion.
LutherierelicEnglishnounSomething old and outdated, possibly kept for sentimental reasons.
LutherierelicEnglishnounA part of the body of a saint, or an ancient religious object, kept for veneration.lifestyle religion
LutherierelicEnglishverbTo cause (an object) to appear old or worn, to distress.of guitars often transitive uncommon
Madder family plantsnoniFinnishintjAlternative form of no niinalt-of alternative colloquial
Madder family plantsnoniFinnishnounnoni (Morinda citrifolia)
Madder family plantsnoniFinnishnounnoni (plant of the genus Morinda)
Madder family plantsnoniFinnishnounthe genus Morindain-plural
MaleandromimeticEnglishadjTransmasculine.lifestyle sexology sexualitydated nonstandard not-comparable rare
MaleandromimeticEnglishadjImitating the biological processes of a male organism.biology natural-sciencesdated nonstandard not-comparable rare
MaleandromimeticEnglishnounA transmasculine individual or trans man.lifestyle sexology sexualitydated nonstandard rare
Male animalsboomerEnglishnounAn adult male kangaroo.
Male animalsboomerEnglishnounSomething that makes a booming sound.
Male animalsboomerEnglishnounA transient worker who would move from boom town to boom town in search of temporary work.US
Male animalsboomerEnglishnounA device used to bind or tighten chain.
Male animalsboomerEnglishnounA nuclear ballistic missile submarine, SSBN.government military nautical politics transport warUS slang
Male animalsboomerEnglishnounA bittern (subfamily Botaurinae).UK
Male animalsboomerEnglishnounA red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus).Appalachia
Male animalsboomerEnglishnounA mountain beaver (Aplodontia rufa).
Male animalsboomerEnglishnounA player who prioritises economic development and securing resources (and therefore future production) over offence or defence.
Male animalsboomerEnglishnounAlternative letter-case form of Boomer (“Oklahoma settler”)US alt-of historical
Male animalsboomerEnglishnounEllipsis of baby boomer.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis informal
Male animalsboomerEnglishnounAn elderly person, regardless of generation.broadly derogatory slang sometimes
Male animalsboomerEnglishnounA person who is too old to be familiar with the use of recent technology.broadly derogatory slang sometimes
Male family memberscompaterLatinnoungodfather (in relation to godchild or fellow godparent or parent)Late-Latin declension-3 masculine
Male family memberscompaterLatinnouna male companion, buddydeclension-3 informal masculine
Male family membersfather-out-lawEnglishnounThe father of one's boyfriend or girlfriend.
Male family membersfather-out-lawEnglishnounThe father of any of one's friends.
Male family membersfather-out-lawEnglishnounThe father of one's ex-spouse.
Male family membersgranEnglishnounA grandmother.informal
Male family membersgranEnglishnounA grandfather.rare
Male peopleమామTelugunounmaternal uncle
Male peopleమామTelugunounfather-in-law
Malvales order plantsmansanitasCebuanonounthe calabur tree (Muntingia calabura)
Malvales order plantsmansanitasCebuanonounthe fruit of this tree
MalwarewormEnglishnounA generally tubular invertebrate of the annelid phylum; an earthworm.
MalwarewormEnglishnounMore loosely, any of various tubular invertebrates resembling annelids but not closely related to them, such as velvet worms, acorn worms, flatworms, or roundworms.
MalwarewormEnglishnounA type of wingless "dragon", especially a gigantic sea serpent or any kind of dragon.archaic
MalwarewormEnglishnounEither a mythical "dragon" (especially wingless), a gigantic sea serpent, or a creature that resembles a Mongolian death worm.fantasy literature media publishing science-fiction
MalwarewormEnglishnounA contemptible or devious being.
MalwarewormEnglishnounA self-replicating program that propagates through a network.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
MalwarewormEnglishnounA graphical representation of the total runs scored across a number of overs.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
MalwarewormEnglishnounAnything helical, especially the thread of a screw. / A spiral instrument or screw, often like a double corkscrew, used for drawing balls from firearms.
MalwarewormEnglishnounAnything helical, especially the thread of a screw. / The spiral wire of a corkscrew.
MalwarewormEnglishnounAnything helical, especially the thread of a screw. / A muscular band in the tongue of some animals, such as dogs; the lytta.anatomy medicine sciences
MalwarewormEnglishnounAnything helical, especially the thread of a screw. / The condensing tube of a still, often curved and wound to save space.
MalwarewormEnglishnounAnything helical, especially the thread of a screw. / A short revolving screw whose threads drive, or are driven by, a worm wheel or rack by gearing into its teeth.
MalwarewormEnglishnounAnything helical, especially the thread of a screw.
MalwarewormEnglishnounAny creeping or crawling animal, such as a snake, snail, or caterpillar.obsolete
MalwarewormEnglishnounAn internal tormentor; something that gnaws or afflicts one’s mind with remorse.figuratively
MalwarewormEnglishnounA strip of linked tiles sharing parallel edges in a tiling.mathematics sciences
MalwarewormEnglishnounThe lytta.anatomy medicine sciences
MalwarewormEnglishnounA dance, or dance move, in which the dancer lies on the floor and undulates the body horizontally thereby moving forwards.
MalwarewormEnglishverbTo make (one's way) with a crawling motion.transitive
MalwarewormEnglishverbTo move with one's body dragging the ground.intransitive
MalwarewormEnglishverbTo work one's way by artful or devious means.figuratively intransitive
MalwarewormEnglishverbTo work (one's way or oneself) (into) gradually or slowly; to insinuate.figuratively transitive
MalwarewormEnglishverbTo effect, remove, drive, draw, or the like, by slow and secret means.followed by out often
MalwarewormEnglishverbTo drag out of, to get information that someone is reluctant or unwilling to give (through artful or devious means or by pleading or asking repeatedly).figuratively in “worm out of” transitive
MalwarewormEnglishverbTo fill in the contlines of (a rope) before parcelling and serving.nautical transporttransitive
MalwarewormEnglishverbTo deworm (an animal).transitive
MalwarewormEnglishverbTo cut the worm, or lytta, from under the tongue of (a dog, etc.) for the purpose of checking a disposition to gnaw, and formerly supposed to guard against canine madness.transitive
MalwarewormEnglishverbTo clean by means of a worm; to draw a wad or cartridge from, as a firearm.transitive
MammalskhuchiQuechuaadjdirty, immoral
MammalskhuchiQuechuanounpig, swine, hog
MammalsবাদুলিAssamesenounbat
MammalsবাদুলিAssameseclassifierMale = -টো, female = -জনী.
MammalsⲉϩⲉCopticnounoxAkhmimic Bohairic Sahidic
MammalsⲉϩⲉCopticadvyes, indeedSahidic
Maplessugar shackEnglishnounA building where sap from a sugarbush is boiled down to make maple syrup.
Maplessugar shackEnglishnounA sugar bush (a forest or orchard of maples).rare
MarijuanahotboxEnglishnounA container maintained at elevated temperatures in order to heat or cook its contents.
MarijuanahotboxEnglishnounA container maintained at elevated temperatures in order to heat or cook its contents. / An oven.
MarijuanahotboxEnglishnounAn overheated shaft bearing.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
MarijuanahotboxEnglishnounAn overheated shaft bearing. / An overheated axle box, bearing and bearing enclosure.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences rail-transport railways transport
MarijuanahotboxEnglishnounA room or compartment that is kept artificially warm for some purpose. / A cold frame
MarijuanahotboxEnglishnounA room or compartment that is kept artificially warm for some purpose. / A box for hot composting.
MarijuanahotboxEnglishnounA room or compartment that is kept artificially warm for some purpose. / An incubator.
MarijuanahotboxEnglishnounA room or compartment that is kept artificially warm for some purpose.
MarijuanahotboxEnglishnounA room or house that becomes unbearably hot inside when the weather is hot.
MarijuanahotboxEnglishnounA small, hot, enclosure, used as a punishment for slaves or prisoners.
MarijuanahotboxEnglishnounA furnace or heat source for a building.
MarijuanahotboxEnglishnounA small, airtight space where people smoke marijuana in order to intensify the high.
MarijuanahotboxEnglishnounA gas manifold that diverts hot gasses into a heat exchanger.
MarijuanahotboxEnglishnounA soundproof box used to hold a camera in order to prevent the sound of its operation interfering with the recording of a film.
MarijuanahotboxEnglishnounA storage container for personal belongings of employees who are hot desking.
MarijuanahotboxEnglishnounA location where controversial ideas are discussed or practiced.
MarijuanahotboxEnglishnounA sexy woman.slang
MarijuanahotboxEnglishnounA context-sensitive dialog that duplicates many of the commands on the menu for users of the Maya Embedded Language.computing engineering graphical-user-interface mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
MarijuanahotboxEnglishverbTo smoke marijuana in a small confined area, such as the inside of a car, until it is full of smoke, thereby intensifying the drug's effects.slang
MarijuanahotboxEnglishverbTo put out a cigarette just before entering a vehicle, then expel smoke in the vehicle.slang
MarijuanahotboxEnglishverbTo smoke a cigarette vigorously and rapidly.slang
MarijuanaschwagEnglishnounLow-grade or commercial-grade marijuana.slang uncountable
MarijuanaschwagEnglishnounAlternative form of swag (“trinkets or promotional items given away at an event”).alt-of alternative slang uncountable
MarijuanaschwagEnglishadjinferior; low-gradeUS not-comparable slang
MarriagehoneymoonEnglishnounThe period of time immediately following a marriage.
MarriagehoneymoonEnglishnounA trip taken by a newly married couple during this period.
MarriagehoneymoonEnglishnounA period of goodwill at the beginning of a new term or relationship (e.g. towards a newly elected politician or in respect of a new business arrangement).
MarriagehoneymoonEnglishverbTo have a honeymoon (a trip taken by a couple after wedding).
MarriageܚܕܘܬܐClassical Syriacnounbride
MarriageܚܕܘܬܐClassical Syriacnounjoy, gladness, pleasure
MarriageܚܕܘܬܐClassical Syriacnounfeastsin-plural
MarriageܚܕܘܬܐClassical Syriacnounpit used for storing grain, underground granary; siloagriculture business lifestyle
MarriageܚܕܘܬܐClassical Syriacnounemphatic plural of ܚܕܝܐemphatic form-of plural
MathematicsJapanesecharactergrade-3-kanji kanji no-gloss
MathematicsJapanesenountype, style
MathematicsJapanesenouna formula or expressionmathematics sciences
MathematicsJapanesenounceremony, ritual, function
MathematicsJapanesesuffixceremonymorpheme
MathematicsJapanesesuffixformula, expressionmorpheme
MathematicsJapanesesuffixstylemorpheme
MealspietūsLithuaniannounlunch, dinner (midday meal)plural plural-only
MealspietūsLithuaniannounnoon, middayplural plural-only
MealspietūsLithuaniannounsouth (compass point)plural plural-only
MediameáinIrishadjinflection of meán: / vocative/genitive singular masculine
MediameáinIrishadjinflection of meán: / dative singular femininearchaic dative feminine singular
MediameáinIrishnouninflection of meán: / vocative/genitive singularmasculine plural
MediameáinIrishnouninflection of meán: / nominative/dative pluraldative masculine nominative plural
MediameáinIrishnounmediamasculine plural plural-only
MedicineproctologyEnglishnounThe branch of medicine dealing with the pathology of the colon, rectum, and anus.uncountable
MedicineproctologyEnglishnounThe branch of medicine dealing with the surgery of the colon, rectum, and anus.dated uncountable
MedicineproctologyEnglishnounColorectal surgery as a specialty inside proctology.medicine sciences surgeryuncountable
MedicineproctologyEnglishnounThe department or the building of the hospital or clinic.uncountable
MedicineэмдөөKyrgyzverbto heal, cure
MedicineэмдөөKyrgyzverbto vaccinate, to inoculate
MemoryreminiscenceEnglishnounAn act of remembering long-past experiences, especially positive or pleasant ones, often fondly.countable uncountable
MemoryreminiscenceEnglishnounA mental image thus remembered.countable uncountable
MetalsزرBaluchinoungold
MetalsزرBaluchinounmoney
MetrologybredeMiddle Englishnoun(Pieces of) roasted meat.collective
MetrologybredeMiddle EnglishnounA piece of roasted meat.specifically
MetrologybredeMiddle EnglishnounOne of thirty-two choice parts of a boar for roasting.hobbies hunting lifestyle
MetrologybredeMiddle Englishnounboard, slab
MetrologybredeMiddle Englishnountablet (small board with writing)
MetrologybredeMiddle Englishnounbreadth (measure of how wide something is): / A piece of fabric of standard width.uncountable
MetrologybredeMiddle Englishnounbreadth (measure of how wide something is): / A circle's diameter.geometry mathematics sciencesuncountable
MetrologybredeMiddle Englishnounextent (space to which something extends): / The total extent of a surface or object.uncountable
MetrologybredeMiddle Englishnounextent (space to which something extends): / The extent or totality of one's feelings.figuratively uncountable
MetrologybredeMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of bred (“bread”)alt-of alternative
MetrologybredeMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of breidalt-of alternative
MetrologybredeMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of brerdalt-of alternative
MetrologybredeMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of breden (“to grill”)alt-of alternative
MetrologybredeMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of breden (“to spread”)alt-of alternative
MetrologybredeMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of breden (“to breed”)alt-of alternative
MetrologybredeMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of breidenalt-of alternative
MicrosoftWSSEnglishnameInitialism of Web Security Service.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
MicrosoftWSSEnglishnameInitialism of Windows Search Service.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
MicrosoftWSSEnglishnameInitialism of Windows Server System.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
MicrosoftWSSEnglishnameWindows SharePoint Services, former name of Microsoft SharePoint Foundationcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
MicrosoftWSSEnglishnameInitialism of Windows Storage Server.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
MicrosoftWSSEnglishnameInitialism of Windows Sound System.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
MicrosoftWSSEnglishnameInitialism of WS-Security. (meaning Web Services Security)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
MicrosoftWSSEnglishnameInitialism of Wavelength Selective Switching.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsabbreviation alt-of initialism
MicrosoftWSSEnglishnounInitialism of Widescreen signaling.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsabbreviation alt-of initialism uncountable
Middle English ordinal numbersthousendMiddle EnglishnumA thousand; 1000.
Middle English ordinal numbersthousendMiddle EnglishnumA very large number; zillions.
Middle English ordinal numbersthousendMiddle EnglishadjA thousandth.
MilitaryshitcanEnglishnounA receptacle for holding excrement, especially the removable can on a latrine.vulgar
MilitaryshitcanEnglishnounA garbage can or wastepaper basket.vulgar
MilitaryshitcanEnglishnounA shoddy vehicle.vulgar
MilitaryshitcanEnglishverbAlternative form of shit-canalt-of alternative slang transitive vulgar
Military ranksrear admiralEnglishnounA naval officer below the rank of vice admiral, originally in charge of a fleet's rear formation.government military nautical politics transport war
Military ranksrear admiralEnglishnounA proctologist.slang
Military rankssepoyEnglishnounA native soldier of the East Indies, employed in the service of a European colonial power, notably the British India army (first under the British-chartered East India Company, later in the crown colony), but also France and Portugal.government military politics warhistorical
Military rankssepoyEnglishnounThe holder of an infantry enlisted rank equivalent to private in other countries.India Nepal Pakistan
Military rankswarrant officer class 1EnglishnounA warrant officer in the Australian Army, ranking above warrant officer class 2 and below regimental sergeant major.Australia
Military rankswarrant officer class 1EnglishnounA warrant officer in the British Army, Royal Marines, and Royal Navy, ranking above warrant officer class 2. In the army the rank held by a regimental sergeant major.Navy UK
Military unitsslyngeMiddle EnglishnounA sling (strap used to sling projectiles)
Military unitsslyngeMiddle EnglishnounA piece of fabric suspended between supports used to hold or carry something.
Military unitsslyngeMiddle EnglishnounSomething designed to ensnare.rare
Military unitsslyngeMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of slyngenalt-of alternative
Military vehiclesland battleshipEnglishnounAn armoured combat vehicle; a tank.government military politics wararchaic
Military vehiclesland battleshipEnglishnounA superheavy tank; a supertank.government military politics wararchaic
MindsubvenioLatinverbto support, assist, come to the aid of, rescueconjugation-4 impersonal in the passive
MindsubvenioLatinverbto come up, come to mind, occur toconjugation-4 impersonal in the passive
MineralsṣurrumAkkadiannounflint, obsidianBabylonian masculine
MineralsṣurrumAkkadiannounflint bladeBabylonian masculine
MintsmentholEnglishnounA cyclic monoterpene alcohol; the major component of the essential oil of peppermint; used in pharmaceutical preparations as an antitussive and antipruritic agent, as a nasal decongestant, and in menthol cigarettes.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
MintsmentholEnglishnounA menthol cigarette.countable uncountable
MoldovamoldāvsLatviannouna (male) Moldovan or Moldavian, a man from Moldovadeclension-1 masculine
MoldovamoldāvsLatviannounMoldovan, Moldavian; pertaining to Moldova and its peopledeclension-1 genitive masculine plural
MonasticismfraterEnglishnounA monk.
MonasticismfraterEnglishnounA frater house.
MonasticismfraterEnglishnounA comrade.
MonasticismJapanesecharacterkanji no-gloss
MonasticismJapanesenounnun
MonasticismJapanesenounwomanderogatory
MonasticismJapanesenameAmazon (Amazon.com Inc)Internet dated
MoneylickpennyEnglishnounSomething that devours or absorbs lots of money; something expensive.obsolete
MoneylickpennyEnglishnounA miserly person.
MoneylickpennyEnglishadjExpensive.obsolete
MoneyseteliFinnishnounbill (US); banknote, note (UK) (piece of paper money)
MoneyseteliFinnishnounpaper money (cash in the form of banknotes)in-plural
MoneyseteliFinnishnouncoupon (other piece of paper which has limited monetary value for example in buying a specified service or goods)in-compounds
MoneyseteliFinnishnounvoucher (coupon that can be exchanged for goods or services, used especially of public services)in-compounds
MoneyپولPersiannounmoneyIran
MoneyپولPersiannouncoin
MoneyپولPersiannouna coin of inferior valuearchaic
MonthsmánaðurFaroesenounlunar monthmasculine
MonthsmánaðurFaroesenounsolar monthmasculine
MonthsܐܝܠܘܠClassical SyriacnounSeptember
MonthsܐܝܠܘܠClassical SyriacnounElul
Months𐭱𐭲𐭥𐭩𐭥𐭥Middle PersiannameShahrewar, the third Amahraspand
Months𐭱𐭲𐭥𐭩𐭥𐭥Middle PersiannameShahrivar, the sixth month of the solar Iranian calendar
Months𐭱𐭲𐭥𐭩𐭥𐭥Middle Persiannamethe forth day of month
Motor racingF1EnglishnounEllipsis of F1 hybrid.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of ellipsis
Motor racingF1Englishnounhelp or advice (derived from the common usage of "F1" as the help key, during the DOS era of computing programs)dated slang
Murdercapital murderEnglishnounAn act of murder of a particular quality.countable uncountable
Murdercapital murderEnglishnounThe crime of murder of a particular quality.lawcountable uncountable
Murdercapital murderEnglishnounThe crime of murder of a particular quality. / The crime of (while over 18) knowingly causing the death of a law enforcement or judicial officer in the line of duty; or of another person (not including a fetus) before, after or during actual or attempted commission of kidnapping, sexual assault, burglary or certain other offenses, or after being sentenced to life imprisonment without parole, or by criminally soliciting a third person to cause the death or as a result of having been solicited by a third person.lawcountable uncountable
MushroomsherkkusieniFinnishnounbutton mushroom, table mushroom, cultivated mushroom, crimini, portobello (a mature brown specimen), champignon; Agaricus bisporus
MushroomsherkkusieniFinnishnounA mushroom of the genus Agaricus.
MushroomstuhkeloFinnishnounpuffball (mushroom in the genus Lycoperdon)
MushroomstuhkeloFinnishnounthe genus Lycoperdonin-plural
Musicbeat outEnglishverbTo sound a rhythm on a percussion instrument such as a drum.
Musicbeat outEnglishverbTo extinguish.
Musicbeat outEnglishverbTo defeat by a narrow margin.US
Musicbeat outEnglishverbTo work out fully.
Musicbeat outEnglishverbTo make gold or silver leaf out of solid metal.
Musicbeat outEnglishverbTo bash a hole in.
Musicbeat outEnglishverbUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see beat, out.
MusicsyngyngMiddle EnglishnounSinging; recital of a song.
MusicsyngyngMiddle EnglishnounThe performance of the sacrament of Mass.
MusicsyngyngMiddle EnglishnounBirdsong; the noise of birds singing.
MusicsyngyngMiddle EnglishnounRecitation of chants.rare
MusicsyngyngMiddle EnglishnounThe sound of wine undergoing fermentation.rare
MusictimbreEnglishnounThe quality of a sound independent of its pitch and volume.countable uncountable
MusictimbreEnglishnounThe pitch of a sound as heard by the ear, described relative to its absolute pitch.countable uncountable
MusictimbreEnglishnounThe crest on a (helmet atop a) coat of arms.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicscountable uncommon uncountable
Musical genresdiscoEnglishnounClipping of discotheque, a nightclub for dancing.abbreviation alt-of clipping countable
Musical genresdiscoEnglishnounA genre of dance music that was popular in the 1970s, characterized by elements of soul music with a strong Latin-American beat and often accompanied by pulsating lights.entertainment lifestyle musicuncountable
Musical genresdiscoEnglishverbTo dance disco-style dances.intransitive
Musical genresdiscoEnglishverbTo go to discotheques.intransitive
Musical genresdiscoEnglishnoundiscovery (pre-trial phase in which evidence is gathered)lawUS informal
Musical genresdiscoEnglishnoundiscovery (materials revealed to the opposing party during the pre-trial phase in which evidence is gathered)lawUS informal
Musical instrumentsinstrumentMiddle EnglishnounA tool or device used for manipulation, especially for medical and scientific uses.
Musical instrumentsinstrumentMiddle EnglishnounA device used to produce music; a musical instrument.
Musical instrumentsinstrumentMiddle EnglishnounA piece of weaponry (such as a siege engine).
Musical instrumentsinstrumentMiddle EnglishnounA legal document, such as a contract, deed or will.
Musical instrumentsinstrumentMiddle EnglishnounThe means by which one reaches an end or effect.
Musical instrumentsinstrumentMiddle EnglishnounA body part that performs a certain function; an organ.
Musical instrumentsinstrumentMiddle EnglishnounThe human body as a whole.
Musical instrumentsinstrumentMiddle EnglishnounOne of the five senses.
Musical instrumentskomoHausanounmisshapen calabash
Musical instrumentskomoHausanounA large lute, generally played for hunters.
Musical instrumentsزخمهOttoman Turkishnounplectrum
Musical instrumentsزخمهOttoman Turkishnounbow (of a stringed instrument)
Mythological creaturesHydraEnglishnameA mythological serpent with many heads, slain by Hercules as one of his twelve labours.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
Mythological creaturesHydraEnglishnameA spring constellation of the northern sky, said to resemble a serpent. It lies just south of the zodiac and contains the star Alphard.astronomy natural-sciences
Mythological creaturesHydraEnglishnameOne of Pluto's moons.astronomy natural-sciences
Mythological creaturesHydraEnglishnameOne of the Saronic Islands in the Aegean Sea.
Mythological creaturesHydraEnglishnameA commune in Algiers Province, Algeria.geography natural-sciences
Mythological creaturesvilaSlovenenounvila (a type of female nature spirit in Slavic mythology)
Mythological creaturesvilaSlovenenounfairy
Mythological creaturesvilaSlovenenounvilla
Mythological creaturesܓܕܐClassical Syriacnounlot, fortune, luck, fate
Mythological creaturesܓܕܐClassical Syriacnounsuccess
Mythological creaturesܓܕܐClassical Syriacnounpowerwith ܒ-
Mythological creaturesܓܕܐClassical Syriacnoungod of fortune, genie
MythologyⲙⲟⲗⲟⲭCopticnamethe planet Mars.Bohairic
MythologyⲙⲟⲗⲟⲭCopticnamethe god Moloch.Bohairic
NationalitiesAzerbaijaniEnglishnounA person from Azerbaijan or of Azerbaijani descent.
NationalitiesAzerbaijaniEnglishnameThe language of Azerbaijan.
NationalitiesAzerbaijaniEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to Azerbaijan, the Azerbaijani people or the Azerbaijani language.not-comparable
NationalitiesKenyanEnglishnounA person from Kenya or of Kenyan descent.
NationalitiesKenyanEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to Kenya or the Kenyan people.not-comparable
NationalitiesOstarachIrishadjAustriannot-comparable
NationalitiesOstarachIrishnounAustrianmasculine
NationalitiesUkieEnglishnounA Ukrainian.colloquial
NationalitiesUkieEnglishadjUkrainian.colloquial
NationalitiesandorralainenFinnishadjAndorran
NationalitiesandorralainenFinnishnounAndorran
NationalitiesbhutanilainenFinnishadjBhutanese
NationalitiesbhutanilainenFinnishnounA Bhutanese person.
NationalitiesghanalainenFinnishnounGhanaian (person)
NationalitiesghanalainenFinnishadjGhanaian (of or pertaining to Ghana)
NationalitiesgjermaneAlbaniannoungerman (female person)
NationalitiesgjermaneAlbanianadjgermanfeminine
NationalitieskatarietisLatviannouna Qatari man, a man from Qatar or of Qatari descentdeclension-2 masculine
NationalitieskatarietisLatviannounQatari, pertaining to Qatar and its peopledeclension-2 genitive masculine plural
NationalitiesnederlandaEsperantoadjDutch (of or relating to the Netherlands, the Dutch people, or the Dutch language)
NationalitiesnederlandaEsperantoadjClipping of la nederlanda lingvo (“the Dutch language”).abbreviation alt-of clipping used with [Term?]
NationalitiesrumanuAsturianadjRomanian (of or pertaining to Romania)masculine singular
NationalitiesrumanuAsturiannouna Romanian (person)masculine singular
NationalitiesrumanuAsturiannounRomanian (language)masculine uncountable
NationalitiesפֿראַנצויזYiddishnounFrenchman (man of French birth or nationality)
NationalitiesפֿראַנצויזYiddishnouncockroach
NationalitiesरशियनMarathiadjRussian
NationalitiesरशियनMarathinounRussian person
NationalitiesरशियनMarathinameRussian (language)
NationalitiesఇటాలియనుTeluguadjOf or pertaining to Italy, its people or its language.
NationalitiesఇటాలియనుTelugunounAn inhabitant of Italy, or a person of Italian descent.
NationalitiesఇటాలియనుTelugunameItalian : The official language of Italy.
NatureдагъэAdyghenounvegetable oil
NatureдагъэAdyghenounpetroleum
NatureдагъэAdyghenounfat or oil from the body of an animal
NauticalbrightworkEnglishnounPolished metal fixtures, especially aboard a boat.uncountable usually
NauticalbrightworkEnglishnounThe varnished or oiled wood trim aboard a boat.uncountable usually
NauticalpaatEstoniannounboat, ship
NauticalpaatEstoniannounboat, ship / A small, open craft, usually for inshore riding and for competing in aquatic sports.
NauticalpaatEstoniannounprimrose, fawndialectal
NauticalpaatEstoniannounprimrose, fawn / A pale, faded shade of brown.dialectal
NauticalpëlhurëAlbaniannounwoven cloth, fabricfeminine
NauticalpëlhurëAlbaniannounsailfeminine
NauticalpëlhurëAlbaniannounspiderwebfeminine
NauticalpëlhurëAlbaniannounscreenfeminine figuratively
NauticalpëlhurëAlbaniannountall, ghostly white figure which blocks the path of night travelershuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesfeminine
NauticalridenMiddle EnglishverbTo ride on a mount; to move on an animal: / To ride to war; to utilise cavalry: / To lead or command on horseback; to serve at the head of a host.
NauticalridenMiddle EnglishverbTo ride on a mount; to move on an animal: / To ride to war; to utilise cavalry: / To pillage or loot while on horseback; to maraud or raid.
NauticalridenMiddle EnglishverbTo ride on a mount; to move on an animal: / To ride towards, on, or through a specific location.
NauticalridenMiddle EnglishverbTo ride on a mount; to move on an animal: / To joust or tilt; to participate in jousting.
NauticalridenMiddle EnglishverbTo ride on a mount; to move on an animal: / To ride in a parade; to march on horseback.
NauticalridenMiddle EnglishverbTo ride on a mount; to move on an animal: / To adventure on horseback.
NauticalridenMiddle EnglishverbTo use a vehicle or transport method other than a mount: / To leave; to journey or go on a trip.
NauticalridenMiddle EnglishverbTo use a vehicle or transport method other than a mount: / To ride in a wheeled vehicle or a palanquin.
NauticalridenMiddle EnglishverbTo use a vehicle or transport method other than a mount: / To voyage or travel by water; to be on a vessel.
NauticalridenMiddle EnglishverbTo mount or mate; to undergo coitus with.vulgar
NauticalridenMiddle EnglishverbTo float; to set sail or move.of a vessel
NauticalridenMiddle EnglishverbTo move, to slide towards.Late-Middle-English rare
NauticalridenMiddle EnglishverbTo sit on a stool or beam; to mount something as if it was a horse.Late-Middle-English rare
NauticalridenMiddle EnglishverbTo remain, to dwell.Late-Middle-English rare
NauticalridenMiddle EnglishverbTo undergo execution.Late-Middle-English rare
NauticalstrambareItalianverbto blow in different directions (of the wind) [auxiliary avere] / to blow in different directions (of the wind)intransitive
NauticalstrambareItalianverbto gybe, to tack downwind (of a small sailboat) [auxiliary avere] / to gybe, to tack downwind (of a small sailboat)intransitive
NauticalstrambareItalianverbto gybe, to shift forcefully from one side to the other (of a fore-and-aft sail or boom) [auxiliary avere] / to gybe, to shift forcefully from one side to the other (of a fore-and-aft sail or boom)intransitive
NavigationgyrocompassEnglishnounA north-seeking form of gyroscope used as a directional reference in navigation.
NavigationgyrocompassEnglishverbTo use a gyrocompass.
NetherlandsNīderlandeLatviannameNetherlands (The main constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, located primarily in Western Europe bordering Germany and Belgium) # Netherlands, Kingdom of the Netherlands (a country in Western Europe, consisting of four constituent countries: the Netherlands per se, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten) / Netherlands (The main constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, located primarily in Western Europe bordering Germany and Belgium)declension-5 feminine
NetherlandsNīderlandeLatviannameNetherlands (The main constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, located primarily in Western Europe bordering Germany and Belgium) # Netherlands, Kingdom of the Netherlands (a country in Western Europe, consisting of four constituent countries: the Netherlands per se, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten) / Netherlands, Kingdom of the Netherlands (a country in Western Europe, consisting of four constituent countries: the Netherlands per se, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten)declension-5 feminine
New World warblersbutterbuttEnglishnounThe yellow-rumped warbler (Setophaga coronata), a North American bird species with a conspicuous yellow rump.colloquial
New World warblersbutterbuttEnglishnounThe yellow-rumped thornbill (Acanthiza chrysorrhoa), an Australian bird species with a conspicuous yellow rump.Australia colloquial
New ZealandKiwiEnglishnounA New Zealander.informal
New ZealandKiwiEnglishadjof or from New Zealandinformal
NewsgroupsCOLAEnglishnounAcronym of cost of living adjustment.abbreviation acronym alt-of
NewsgroupsCOLAEnglishnamecomp.os.linux.advocacy (a Usenet newsgroup promoting the Linux operating system)abbreviation acronym
Nicknames of individualsA-RodEnglishnameAlex Rodriguez (baseball player)informal
Nicknames of individualsA-RodEnglishnameAaron Rodgers (NFL quarterback)informal
Nicknames of individualsA-RodEnglishnameAndy Roddick (tennis player)informal
NightshadesbanewortEnglishnounAtropa belladonna, deadly nightshade.uncountable
NightshadesbanewortEnglishnounRanunculus flammula, spearwortuncountable
NobilityGrimaldiEnglishnameA surname from Italian.
NobilityGrimaldiEnglishnameThe ruling house of Monaco.
NobilitymarquiseEnglishnounA marchioness, especially one who is French.historical
NobilitymarquiseEnglishnounA marquee.
NobilitymarquiseEnglishnounAn oval cut gemstone with pointed ends.jewelry lifestyle
NobilitymarquiseEnglishnounA canopy, usually of glass, set as a shelter over a door opening onto a terrace or pavement.architecture
NobilitymarquiseEnglishnounA style of parasol of the mid-19th century.historical
NobilitymarquiseEnglishnounA rich dessert made with dark chocolate, butter, sugar, cocoa powder, eggs, and cream.cooking food lifestyle
NobilitystileMiddle Englishnounstile (set of stairs over a bank or wall)
NobilitystileMiddle EnglishnounA rung or bar of a ladder.
NobilitystileMiddle EnglishnounA stylus, pen, or quill.
NobilitystileMiddle EnglishnounA written essay or monograph.
NobilitystileMiddle EnglishnounThe topic or theme of such an essay.
NobilitystileMiddle Englishnounstyle (the personal way something is written)
NobilitystileMiddle Englishnounstyle (the way one acts or presents oneself)
NobilitystileMiddle Englishnounstyle (the mode of reference towards someone with a title)
NobilitystileMiddle EnglishnounThe stem or stalk of a plant.rare
Norse mythologyVanirEnglishnameThe principal deities, as a group, of the Norse pantheon that represent chaos, fertility, and cultivation; opponents of the Æsir.
Norse mythologyVanirEnglishnameMembers of the Swedish royal family whose ancestry is traditionally traced to one of the Vanir deities.
NorwayOslovianEnglishnounA person from Oslo, the capital of Norway.
NorwayOslovianEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to Oslo, the capital of Norway.not-comparable
Nuclear warfareNFUEnglishnounInitialism of no first use. (of nuclear weapons)abbreviation alt-of initialism uncountable
Nuclear warfareNFUEnglishnounInitialism of New Foundations with urelements.mathematics sciences set-theoryabbreviation alt-of initialism uncountable
Numerical analysisapproximationEnglishnounThe act, process or result of approximating, as: / An imprecise solution or result that is adequate for a defined purpose.mathematics sciencescountable uncountable
Numerical analysisapproximationEnglishnounThe act, process or result of approximating, as: / The act of bringing together the edges of tissue to be sutured.medicine sciencescountable uncountable
Numerical analysisapproximationEnglishnounThe act, process or result of approximating, as: / The act of producing a near-simulation of the pronunciation of a foreign language for a loanword therefrom, or any given pronunciation resulting from that act.human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
Numerical analysisapproximationEnglishnounThe act, process or result of approximating, as: / The act, process or result of approximating, ascountable uncountable
NutsmacadamiaEnglishnounAn evergreen tree, of the genus Macadamia, native to Australia and cultivated in Hawaii.countable uncountable
NutsmacadamiaEnglishnounThe fruit of this tree; the macadamia nut.countable uncountable
NutsبەڕووCentral Kurdishnounacorn
NutsبەڕووCentral Kurdishnounoak tree
NutsپکانPashtonounpecan
NutsپکانPashtonounpecannutsin-plural
Nymphalid butterfliescommaEnglishnounThe punctuation mark ⟨,⟩ used to indicate a set of parts of a sentence or between elements of a list.media publishing typography
Nymphalid butterfliescommaEnglishnounA similar-looking subscript diacritical mark.media publishing typographyRomanian
Nymphalid butterfliescommaEnglishnounAny of various nymphalid butterflies of the genus Polygonia, having a comma-shaped white mark on the underwings, especially Polygonia c-album and Polygonia c-aureum of North Africa, Europe, and Asia.biology entomology natural-sciences
Nymphalid butterfliescommaEnglishnounA difference in the calculation of nearly identical intervals by different ways.entertainment lifestyle music
Nymphalid butterfliescommaEnglishnounA delimiting marker between items in a genetic sequence.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciences
Nymphalid butterfliescommaEnglishnounIn Ancient Greek rhetoric, a short clause, something less than a colon, originally denoted by comma marks. In antiquity it was defined as a combination of words having no more than eight syllables in all. It was later applied to longer phrases, e.g. the Johannine comma.rhetoric
Nymphalid butterfliescommaEnglishnounA brief interval.figuratively
Nymphalid butterfliescommaEnglishverbTo place a comma or commas within text; to follow, precede, or surround a portion of text with commas.rare transitive
Nymphalid butterfliesquestion markEnglishnounThe punctuation mark "?", used at the end of a sentence to indicate a question.media publishing typography
Nymphalid butterfliesquestion markEnglishnounA state of doubt or uncertainty.figuratively informal
Nymphalid butterfliesquestion markEnglishnounAn enigmatic, inscrutable, or mysterious person or thing; an enigma, a riddle.figuratively informal
Nymphalid butterfliesquestion markEnglishnounPolygonia interrogationis, a North American nymphalid butterfly with a silver mark on the underside of its hindwing resembling a question mark (sense 1).
Nymphalid butterfliesrajahEnglishnounA Hindu prince or ruler in India.
Nymphalid butterfliesrajahEnglishnounAny of various nymphalid butterflies of the genus Charaxes.
ObesityoinkerEnglishnounSomeone or something that oinks.
ObesityoinkerEnglishnounA pig: an animal of the genus Sus.slang
ObesityoinkerEnglishnounA pig: a fat person.derogatory slang
ObesityoinkerEnglishnounA pig: a dirty or slovenly person.derogatory slang
ObesityoinkerEnglishnounAn MCP; male chauvinist pig.derogatory slang
ObesityoinkerEnglishnounA pig: a glutton.derogatory slang
ObesityoinkerEnglishnounA pig: a police officer.derogatory slang
ObstetricsmidwifeEnglishnounA person, usually a woman, who is trained to assist women in childbirth, but who is not a physician.
ObstetricsmidwifeEnglishnounSomeone who assists in bringing about some result or project.figuratively rare
ObstetricsmidwifeEnglishverbTo act as a midwife.transitive
ObstetricsmidwifeEnglishverbTo facilitate the emergence of.figuratively transitive
ObstetricsplacentaEnglishnounAn organ in most mammals during gestation that supplies food and oxygen to the foetus and passes back waste. It is on the wall of the uterus and links to the foetus through the umbilical cord. It is expelled after birth.anatomy medicine sciences
ObstetricsplacentaEnglishnounIn flowering plants, the part of the ovary where ovules develop; in non-flowering plants where the spores develop.biology botany natural-sciences
OccupationschivalerieMiddle EnglishnounA retinue of knights or mounted soldiers.uncountable
OccupationschivalerieMiddle EnglishnounThose of noble status; nobles.uncountable
OccupationschivalerieMiddle EnglishnounThe state of being a knight; knighthood.uncountable
OccupationschivalerieMiddle EnglishnounWar, fighting, conflict: / Prowess at making war; bravery or military training.uncountable
OccupationschivalerieMiddle EnglishnounWar, fighting, conflict: / An exemplary martial deed or feat.uncountable
OccupationschivalerieMiddle EnglishnounChivalry; knightly values.uncountable
OccupationscookMiddle Englishnouncook, chef, restauranteur
OccupationscookMiddle Englishnounnourisher, nourishmentfiguratively
OccupationscounselorEnglishnounA professional who counsels people, especially on personal problems.US
OccupationscounselorEnglishnounA school counselor, often in a specialty such as careers, education, or health.educationUS
OccupationscounselorEnglishnounAn attorney.lawUS
OccupationscounselorEnglishnounA high ranking diplomat, usually just below an ambassador or minister.government politicsUS
OccupationscounselorEnglishnounA children’s supervisor, usually at camp.US
OccupationsmàlairScottish Gaelicnounbarterer, renter, cottagermasculine
OccupationsmàlairScottish Gaelicnounmerchantmasculine
OccupationspraeceptorLatinnounteacher, instructor, tutor, preceptordeclension-3 masculine
OccupationspraeceptorLatinnouncommander, rulerdeclension-3 masculine
OccupationsringmasterEnglishnounThe person who manages the performers in a circus ring.
OccupationsringmasterEnglishnounThe person who maintains a webring.Internet
OccupationsringmasterEnglishverbTo act as ringmaster.
OccupationsringmasterEnglishverbTo control (a group of people).figuratively
OccupationssubmarinerEnglishnounA member of the crew of a submarine.
OccupationssubmarinerEnglishnounA pitcher that throws with an underhand motion.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsUS
OccupationstemsilciTurkishnounenvoy
OccupationstemsilciTurkishnounagentbusiness finance trading
OccupationstiradorCebuanonounslingshot
OccupationstiradorCebuanonounslingbiblical lifestyle religion
OccupationstiradorCebuanonounshooter (someone who shoots something, especially with a gun)
OccupationstiradorCebuanonounhitman; contract killer
OccupationstiradorCebuanonoungunman
OccupationstiradorCebuanoverbto shoot something or someone with a slingshot or sling
OccupationstylmanMiddle EnglishnounAn agriculturalist; a cultivator (one who makes their living from agriculture)
OccupationstylmanMiddle EnglishnounSomeone who is employed at a farm; an agricultural labourer.
OccupationsծրագրավորողArmenianverbsubject participle of ծրագրավորել (cragravorel)form-of participle subjective
OccupationsծրագրավորողArmeniannounprogrammer, software developer
OccupationsמקצועHebrewnounoccupation, trade, vocation
OccupationsמקצועHebrewnounthe place where two faces of a polyhedron meet, an edgegeometry mathematics sciences
OccupationsرئيسArabicnounboss, chief, leader
OccupationsرئيسArabicnoundirector
OccupationsرئيسArabicnounheadmaster, principal
OccupationsرئيسArabicnounchairman
OccupationsرئيسArabicnoungovernor
OccupationsرئيسArabicnounpresident
OccupationsرئيسArabicnounmanager, superintendent
OccupationsرئيسArabicnounconductorentertainment lifestyle music
OccupationsرئيسArabicnouncaptaingovernment military politics war
OccupationsرئيسArabicadjmain, chief, leading
OccupationsمحافظArabicadjconservativegovernment politics
OccupationsمحافظArabicadjprotective; guarding
OccupationsمحافظArabicadjpreserving
OccupationsمحافظArabicadjpassive participle of حَافَظَ (ḥāfaẓa).form-of participle passive
OccupationsمحافظArabicnounplural of مِحْفَظَة (miḥfaẓa)form-of plural
OccupationsمخرجArabicnounexit, place of issue
OccupationsمخرجArabicnounoutlet, drainpipe
OccupationsمخرجArabicnounescape, loophole, excuse
OccupationsمخرجArabicnountime of exit
OccupationsمخرجArabicnounexpedient
OccupationsمخرجArabicnounorgan of voice
OccupationsمخرجArabicnounplace of articulationhuman-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
OccupationsمخرجArabicnouncathode
OccupationsمخرجArabicnoundenominatormathematics sciences
OccupationsمخرجArabicadjactive participle of أَخْرَجَ (ʔaḵraja)active form-of participle
OccupationsمخرجArabicnoundirectorbroadcasting entertainment film lifestyle media television theater
OccupationsمخرجArabicadjpassive participle of أَخْرَجَ (ʔaḵraja)form-of participle passive
OccupationsمخرجArabicadjactive participle of خَرَّجَ (ḵarraja)active form-of participle
OccupationsمخرجArabicadjpassive participle of خَرَّجَ (ḵarraja)form-of participle passive
Olive family plantsolive branchEnglishnounA branch of an olive tree offered as an emblem of peace.
Olive family plantsolive branchEnglishnounAny symbol of peace, or a peace offering to an adversary to show goodwill and in the hope of securing peace.figuratively
Olive family plantsolive branchEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: A branch of an olive tree.
Olive family plantsolive branchEnglishverbAlternative form of olive-branchalt-of alternative
OncologypinkwashEnglishverbTo cover in a coat of pink paint.
OncologypinkwashEnglishverbTo promote consumer goods and services using support of breast cancer-related charities.
OncologypinkwashEnglishverbTo tout the gay-friendliness of something in an attempt to downplay or soften aspects of it considered negative.LGBT lifestyle sexuality
OrganizationsAASEnglishnameInitialism of Australian Anthropological Society.anthropology human-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
OrganizationsAASEnglishnameInitialism of American Arachnological Society (a society of amateur and professional arachnologists)arachnology biology natural-sciences zoologyabbreviation alt-of initialism
OrganizationsAASEnglishnameInitialism of American Astronautical Society (an independent scientific and technical group in the United States)aerospace astronautics business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
OrganizationsAASEnglishnameInitialism of American Astronomical Society (a United States society of professional astronomers)astronomy natural-sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
OrganizationsAASEnglishnameInitialism of Australian Academy of Science (an independent, government-endorsed society with the aim of promoting science)sciencesAustralia abbreviation alt-of initialism
OrganizationsAASEnglishnameInitialism of All-America Selections (an organization that promotes development of new garden seed varieties)biotechnology engineering medicine natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
OrganizationsAASEnglishnameInitialism of Air Ambulance Service (a UK charity)health medicine sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
OrganizationsAASEnglishnameInitialism of Assyrian Aid Society.abbreviation alt-of initialism
OrganizationsAASEnglishnameInitialism of American Anti-Slavery Society.abbreviation alt-of initialism
OrganizationsAASEnglishnameInitialism of Ansar al-Sunna (or Jamaat Ansar al-Sunna, a militant group operating in Iraq)government politicsabbreviation alt-of initialism
OrganizationsAASEnglishnameInitialism of American Association of Suicidology (an American nonprofit suicide prevention organization)human-sciences medicine psychology sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
OrganizationsAASEnglishnameInitialism of Association for Academic Surgery.medicine sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
OrganizationsAASEnglishnameInitialism of Arnold Air Society (a professional honorary service organization for Air Force officer candidates)government military politics warabbreviation alt-of initialism
OrganizationsAASEnglishnameInitialism of Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsabbreviation alt-of initialism
OrganizationsAASEnglishnameInitialism of American Antiquarian Society (an American society and national research library)abbreviation alt-of initialism
OrganizationsAASEnglishnameInitialism of Association for Asian Studies.abbreviation alt-of initialism
OrganizationsAASEnglishnameInitialism of Assyrian Academic Society.abbreviation alt-of initialism
OrganizationsAASEnglishnameInitialism of African Academy of Sciences (an Africa-wide scientific organization)sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
OrganizationsAASEnglishnounInitialism of Advanced Automation System. (radar control of transoceanic air corridors)aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
OrganizationsAASEnglishnounInitialism of angle-angle-side triangular congruency.geometry mathematics sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
OrganizationsAASEnglishnounInitialism of anabolic–androgenic steroid.biochemistry biology chemistry microbiology natural-sciences physical-sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
OrganizationsschoolDutchnounA school, educational institution that provides education, whether combined with research or notfeminine
OrganizationsschoolDutchnounA thematic educational institute within a larger one, such as in a university for a single research field.feminine
OrganizationsschoolDutchnounAny organisation providing instruction.feminine
OrganizationsschoolDutchnounA movement or stylistic trend.feminine
OrganizationsschoolDutchnounA school, group of fish or other aquatic animals.feminine
OrganizationsschoolDutchverbsingular past indicative of schuilenform-of indicative past singular
OrganizationsschoolDutchverbinflection of scholen: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / first-person singular present indicativefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
OrganizationsschoolDutchverbinflection of scholen: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / imperativeform-of imperative
Oryzeae tribe grasseshukkariisiFinnishnounrice cutgrass (Leersia oryzoides)
Oryzeae tribe grasseshukkariisiFinnishnounany plant of the genus Leersia
Oryzeae tribe grasseshukkariisiFinnishnounthe genus Leersiain-plural
Osteoglossomorph fishabaEnglishnounA coarse, often striped, felted fabric from the Middle East, woven from goat or camel hair.countable uncountable
Osteoglossomorph fishabaEnglishnounA loose-fitting sleeveless garment, made from aba or silk, worn by Arabs.countable uncountable
Osteoglossomorph fishabaEnglishnounAn outer garment made of the above, very simple in form, worn by the Arabs of the desert. The illustration shows such an aba, made of two breadths of stuff sewed together to make an oblong about four by nine feet.countable uncountable
Osteoglossomorph fishabaEnglishnounSuch a garment that is specific to women.countable uncountable
Osteoglossomorph fishabaEnglishnounAn altazimuth used for astronomy on either land or water.
Osteoglossomorph fishabaEnglishnounThe electric fish Gymnarchus niloticus (frankfish, freshwater rat-tail, African knifefish), found in swamps, lakes and rivers in Africa.
Otocephalan fishmousefishEnglishnounThe sargassum fish, Histrio histrio.
Otocephalan fishmousefishEnglishnounGonorynchus gonorynchus, a kind of beaked salmon.
OvenbirdscastlebuilderEnglishnounSomeone who builds castles.
OvenbirdscastlebuilderEnglishnounSomeone who builds castles in the air; someone who has overly visionary aspirationsfiguratively
OvenbirdscastlebuilderEnglishnounSynallaxis albescens, a bird that constructs a spherical nest of sticks.
Oxalidales order plantsyogaEnglishnounAny of several Hindu or Buddhist disciplines aimed at training the consciousness for a state of perfect spiritual insight and tranquillity; especially a system of exercises practiced to promote control of the body and mind.countable uncountable
Oxalidales order plantsyogaEnglishnounThe tree Elaeocarpus joga.uncountable
PaganismhæthendomMiddle Englishnounheathenry, paganismrare
PaganismhæthendomMiddle EnglishnounPagan doctrine or habitsrare
PainpangEnglishnounA paroxysm of extreme physical pain or anguish; a feeling of sudden and transitory agony; a throe.in-plural often
PainpangEnglishnounA sudden sharp feeling of an emotional or mental nature, as of joy or sorrow.in-plural often
PainpangEnglishverbTo cause to have great pain or suffering; to torment, to torture.transitive
PainpangEnglishverbsimple past of pingform-of nonstandard past
Palm treescabbageEnglishnounAn edible plant (Brassica oleracea var. capitata) having a head of green leaves.countable uncountable
Palm treescabbageEnglishnounThe leaves of this plant eaten as a vegetable.uncountable
Palm treescabbageEnglishnounA person with severely reduced mental capacities due to brain damage.countable offensive
Palm treescabbageEnglishnounUsed as a term of endearment.countable uncountable
Palm treescabbageEnglishnounMoney.slang uncountable
Palm treescabbageEnglishnounMarijuana leaf, the part that is not smoked but from which cannabutter can be extracted.slang uncountable
Palm treescabbageEnglishnounThe terminal bud of certain palm trees, used for food.countable uncountable
Palm treescabbageEnglishnounThe cabbage palmetto (Sabal palmetto), a palm of the southeastern US coasts and nearby islands.countable uncountable
Palm treescabbageEnglishverbTo form a head like that of the cabbage.intransitive
Palm treescabbageEnglishverbTo do nothing; to idle; veg out.intransitive slang
Palm treescabbageEnglishnounScraps of cloth which are left after a garment has been cut out, which tailors traditionally kept.slang uncountable
Palm treescabbageEnglishverbTo embezzle or purloin; to pilfer, to steal.transitive
Paniceae tribe grasseselephant grassEnglishnounSynonym of Napier grass (Pennisetum purpureum)countable uncountable
Paniceae tribe grasseselephant grassEnglishnounMiscanthus spp. (silvergrasses), including Miscanthus sinensis (eulalia) and Miscanthus fuscuscountable uncountable
Paniceae tribe grasseselephant grassEnglishnounSaccharum ravennae (ravennagrass, ekra)countable uncountable
Paperrice paperEnglishnounA thin, fragile paper made from parts of the rice plant, used in artificial flowers and watercolour art.uncountable usually
Paperrice paperEnglishnounAny similar paper made from a plant other than rice, such as bamboo or mulberry.broadly uncountable usually
Paperrice paperEnglishnounEdible sheets of rice often used in Vietnamese cooking; bánh tráng.uncountable usually
Paper sizes12ºTranslingualnounAbbreviation of duodecimo, a page size (5"-5.5" x 7.125"-7.5")abbreviation alt-of
Paper sizes12ºTranslingualnounAbbreviation of duodecimo, a book size using duodecimo-sized pages.media printing publishingabbreviation alt-of
ParasitessuolisaivartajaFinnishnounany parasitic fly affecting the intestines
ParasitessuolisaivartajaFinnishnounhorse bot fly (Gasterophilus intestinalis)
PeopleCMCEnglishnounInitialism of Commandant of the Marine Corps.government military politics warUS abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
PeopleCMCEnglishnounInitialism of computer-mediated communication.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
PeopleCMCEnglishnounInitialism of complement mediated cytotoxicity.medicine sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
PeopleCMCEnglishnounInitialism of Central Military Commission.government military politics warChina abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
PeopleCMCEnglishnounInitialism of carboxymethylcellulose.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
PeopleCMCEnglishnounInitialism of command master chief petty officer.government military politics warUS abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
PeopleCMCEnglishnameInitialism of Calcutta Municipal Corporation.abbreviation alt-of initialism
PeopleacademicEnglishadjBelonging to the school or philosophy of Plato
PeopleacademicEnglishadjBelonging to an academy or other higher institution of learning, or a scholarly society or organization.
PeopleacademicEnglishadjIn particular: relating to literary, classical, or artistic studies like the humanities, rather than to technical or vocational studies like engineering or welding.
PeopleacademicEnglishadjHaving little practical use or value, as by being overly detailed and unengaging, or by being theoretical and speculative with no practical importance.
PeopleacademicEnglishadjHaving a love of or aptitude for learning.
PeopleacademicEnglishadjConforming to set rules and traditions; conventional; formalistic.art arts
PeopleacademicEnglishadjConforming to set rules and traditions; conventional; formalistic. / Subscribing to the architectural standards of Vitruvius.art arts
PeopleacademicEnglishadjSo scholarly as to be unaware of the outside world; lacking in worldliness; inexperienced in practical matters.
PeopleacademicEnglishnounA follower of Plato, a Platonist.capitalized usually
PeopleacademicEnglishnounA senior member of an academy, college, or university; a person who attends an academy; a person engaged in scholarly pursuits; one who is academic in practice.
PeopleacademicEnglishnounA member of the Academy; an academician.
PeopleacademicEnglishnounA student in a college.archaic
PeopleacademicEnglishnounAcademic dress; academicals.plural plural-only
PeopleacademicEnglishnounAcademic studies.plural plural-only
PeopleacharyaEnglishnounan individual who practices or is knowledgeable on any of the prevalent disciplines of customs, learning, rituals, arts, traditions, schools etc., especially one imparting them into pupils.historical rare
PeopleacharyaEnglishnouna scholar, practitioner, professional, specialist, disciplinarian imparting knowledge.historical rare
PeopleadvocateEnglishnounSomeone whose job is to speak for someone's case in a court of law; a counsel.
PeopleadvocateEnglishnounAnyone who argues the case of another; an intercessor.
PeopleadvocateEnglishnounA person who speaks in support of something, or someone.
PeopleadvocateEnglishnounA person who supports others to make their voices heard, or ideally for them to speak up for themselves.
PeopleadvocateEnglishverbTo plead in favour of; to defend by argument, before a tribunal or the public; to support, vindicate, or recommend publicly.transitive
PeopleadvocateEnglishverbTo encourage support for something.transitive
PeopleadvocateEnglishverbTo engage in advocacy.intransitive with for
PeopleadvocateEnglishverbTo appeal from an inferior court to the Court of Session.lawScotland
PeopleadvocateEnglishverbTo call a case before itself for decision.lawScotland in higher courts
PeopleanarchistEnglishnounOne who believes in or advocates the absence of hierarchy and authority in most forms (compare anarchism), especially one who works toward the realization of such.
PeopleanarchistEnglishnounOne who disregards laws and social norms as a form of rebellion against authority.
PeopleanarchistEnglishnounOne who promotes chaos and lawlessness.broadly
PeopleanarchistEnglishnounOne who resents outside control or influence on their life, in particular a government, and therefore desires the absence of political control.
PeopleanarchistEnglishadjRelating to anarchism or to anarchists; anarchistic.rare
PeopleapologistEnglishnounOne who makes an apology.
PeopleapologistEnglishnounOne who speaks or writes in defense of a faith, a cause, or an institution.
PeopleassassinEnglishnounA member of the Nizari Ismaili Muslim community of the Alamut Period.historical
PeopleassassinEnglishnounSomeone who intentionally kills a person, especially a professional who kills a public or political figure.
PeopleassassinEnglishnounAny ruthless killer.
PeopleassassinEnglishverbTo assassinate.nonstandard
Peoplebadge-coveEnglishnounA parish pensioner.archaic
Peoplebadge-coveEnglishnounA licensed (badged) beggar.obsolete
Peoplebadge-coveEnglishnounAn old person; a senior citizen.Polari
PeoplebaristaEnglishnounA person who prepares coffee in a coffee shop for customers.
PeoplebaristaEnglishverbTo work as a barista.
PeoplebeagleEnglishnounA small short-legged smooth-coated scenthound, often tricolored and sometimes used for hunting hares. Its friendly disposition makes it suitable as a family pet.
PeoplebeagleEnglishnounA person who snoops on others; a detective.
PeoplebeagleEnglishnounA bailiff.
PeoplebeagleEnglishnounA small kind of shark.
PeoplebeagleEnglishverbTo hunt with beagles.
PeoplebeagleEnglishverbTo search.
Peoplebien pensantEnglishadjRight-thinking, orthodox, conformist.
Peoplebien pensantEnglishnounA person who is bien pensant.
Peoplebien pensantEnglishnounSomeone who accepts and/or espouses a fashionable idea after it has been established and maintains it without a great amount of critical thought.
Peoplebundle of energyEnglishnounOne who is especially lively, continually active, or industrious.idiomatic
Peoplebundle of energyEnglishnounThe energy associated with being lively, continually active, or industrious.idiomatic
PeoplecoistrilEnglishnounAn inferior groom or lad employed by an esquire to carry the knight's arms and other necessaries; a coistrel.obsolete
PeoplecoistrilEnglishnounA mean, paltry fellow; a coward.obsolete
PeoplecompositorEnglishnounA person who sets type; a typesetter.
PeoplecompositorEnglishnounOne who, or that which, composes or sets in order.
PeoplecompositorEnglishnounA system that puts images together in a buffer (such as individual windows on a desktop) to generate a final display image.computer-graphics computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
PeopledelivererEnglishnounOne who delivers.
PeopledelivererEnglishnounOne who brings deliverance.
PeopledoomistEnglishnounA person with a gloomy, pessimistic attitude about the future.
PeopledoomistEnglishadjGloomy, pessimistic about the future.
PeopleearnerEnglishnounOne who earns money.
PeopleearnerEnglishnounA profitable product or scheme; something that brings in good money.Australia Britain
PeopleemceeEnglishnounAlternative form of MC in its senses as / Master of ceremonies.
PeopleemceeEnglishnounAlternative form of MC in its senses as / A rapper.entertainment lifestyle music
PeopleemceeEnglishverbTo act as the master of ceremonies (for).intransitive transitive
PeopleemceeEnglishverbTo rap as part of a hip-hop performance.entertainment lifestyle musicintransitive
PeopleevidentialistEnglishadjOf or supporting evidentialism, the doctrine that evidence is of primary importance in questions of beliefhuman-sciences philosophy sciences
PeopleevidentialistEnglishnounOne who supports or argues for evidentialismhuman-sciences philosophy sciences
PeopleexpressivistEnglishadjPertaining to or advocating expressivism, the doctrine that the primary function of moral sentences and sensation sentences (like "I am in pain") is to express an evaluative attitude, rather than stating a factethics human-sciences philosophy sciencesnot-comparable
PeopleexpressivistEnglishnounAn advocate of expressivismethics human-sciences philosophy sciences
PeopleextrovertEnglishnounAn extroverted person: one who is outgoing, sociable, and concerned with outer affairs.human-sciences psychology sciencesinformal
PeopleextrovertEnglishadjAlternative form of extroverted: outgoing.human-sciences psychology sciencesalt-of alternative informal
PeopleextrovertEnglishverbTo turn or thrust outwards.transitive
PeoplefactfinderEnglishnounOne who finds facts.
PeoplefactfinderEnglishnounIn a legal proceeding, the person or persons given the task of weighing all evidence presented and determining the facts of the case in light of that evidence; the jury, or where there is no jury, the judge.law
PeoplefeminastyEnglishadjSynonym of feministderogatory not-comparable
PeoplefeminastyEnglishnounSynonym of feministderogatory
PeoplefilOld Frenchnounson (male child)
PeoplefilOld Frenchnounthread (fine strand of material)
PeoplefillenMiddle EnglishverbTo make or cause to be full; to fill: / To fill up; to make a container or cavity full.
PeoplefillenMiddle EnglishverbTo make or cause to be full; to fill: / To supply, provide or cover with (often of people)
PeoplefillenMiddle EnglishverbTo make or cause to be full; to fill: / To suffuse or instill; to cause to spread.
PeoplefillenMiddle EnglishverbTo satisfy; to make happy or satiated: / To alleviate or cure; to remove a condition.
PeoplefillenMiddle EnglishverbTo satisfy; to make happy or satiated: / To feed (sufficiently); to serve food.
PeoplefillenMiddle EnglishverbTo do or execute (a task): / To satisfy a duty or prediction; to fulfil.
PeoplefillenMiddle EnglishverbTo do or execute (a task): / To be fulfilling or satisfying.rare
PeoplefillenMiddle EnglishverbTo be or become full of; to spread throughout.
PeoplefillenMiddle EnglishverbTo pour beverages (wine, beer) into glasses.
PeoplefillenMiddle EnglishverbTo pass; to become complete.of time rare
PeoplefletcherEnglishnounOne who fletches or feathers arrows.
PeoplefletcherEnglishnounA device to assist in fletching or feathering arrows.
PeoplefletcherEnglishnounGenerally, a manufacturer of bows and arrows.
PeoplegadEnglishintjAn exclamation roughly equivalent to by God, goodness gracious, for goodness' sake.
PeoplegadEnglishverbTo move from one location to another in an apparently random and frivolous manner.intransitive
PeoplegadEnglishverbTo run with the tail in the air, bent over the back, usually in an attempt to escape the warble fly.of cattle
PeoplegadEnglishnounOne who roams about idly; a gadabout.
PeoplegadEnglishnounA greedy and/or stupid person.Northern-England Scotland derogatory
PeoplegadEnglishnounA goad, a sharp-pointed rod for driving cattle, horses, etc, or one with a whip or thong on the end for the same purpose.UK US dialectal especially
PeoplegadEnglishnounA rod or stick, such as a fishing rod or a measuring rod.UK US dialectal
PeoplegadEnglishnounA pointed metal tool for breaking or chiselling rock.business miningespecially
PeoplegadEnglishnounA metal bar.obsolete
PeoplegadEnglishnounAn indeterminate measure of metal produced by a furnace, sometimes equivalent to a bloom weighing around 100 pounds.engineering metallurgy natural-sciences physical-sciencesdated
PeoplegadEnglishnounA spike on a gauntlet; a gadling.
PeoplegawkEnglishnounA cuckoo.
PeoplegawkEnglishnounA fool; a simpleton; a stupid or clumsy person.
PeoplegawkEnglishverbTo stare or gape stupidly.
PeoplegawkEnglishverbTo stare conspicuously.
PeoplegawkEnglishverbTo suck.colloquial vulgar
PeoplegeniusEnglishnounSomeone possessing extraordinary intelligence or skill; especially somebody who has demonstrated this by a creative or original work in science, music, art etc.countable
PeoplegeniusEnglishnounExtraordinary mental capacity.uncountable
PeoplegeniusEnglishnounInspiration, a mental leap, an extraordinary creative process.uncountable
PeoplegeniusEnglishnounThe tutelary deity or spirit of a place or person.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesRoman also countable figuratively
PeoplegeniusEnglishadjIngenious, brilliant, very clever, or original.informal
PeoplehamerMiddle EnglishnounA hammer (tool for pressing nails inwards).
PeoplehamerMiddle EnglishnounA fierce individual; one with strong convictions or great force.figuratively
PeoplehamerMiddle EnglishnounA doorknocker.rare
PeoplehatereMiddle Englishnounhater
PeoplehatereMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of hateralt-of alternative
PeoplehospitelerMiddle EnglishnounA member of the Knights Hospitallers.
PeoplehospitelerMiddle EnglishnounAn administrator or supervisor of lodgings.Late-Middle-English
PeoplehospitelerMiddle EnglishnounA person who displays hospitality.Late-Middle-English rare
PeoplehydrocephalicEnglishadjhydrocephalous
PeoplehydrocephalicEnglishnounA person who has hydrocephalus.
PeopleidealizerEnglishnounA person who idealizes.
PeopleidealizerEnglishnounFor a ring R and an ideal m of R, the set of all u ∈ Frac(R) such that um ⊂ m, where Frac(R) is the fraction field of R.algebra mathematics sciences
PeopleinterposicionMiddle EnglishnounMovement between two things or objects.rare
PeopleinterposicionMiddle EnglishnounAn intervention diminishing the force of legislation.rare
PeopleinterposicionMiddle EnglishnounA neutral negotiator between two opposing parties.rare
PeopleinvigilatorEnglishnounA person who supervises students during an examination; a proctorAustralia Canada Hong-Kong India Ireland Malaysia New-Zealand Singapore South-Africa UK
PeopleinvigilatorEnglishnounA person who supervises a gallery at a museum.Ireland UK archaic
PeoplekaikkitietäväFinnishadjOmniscient.not-comparable
PeoplekaikkitietäväFinnishnounA know-it-all.
PeoplekristittyFinnishnounA Christian.
PeoplekristittyFinnishadjChristian
PeopleloselEnglishnounA worthless or despicable person, scoundrel.archaic
PeopleloselEnglishadjWorthless; wasteful.
PeopleluterEnglishnounOne who applies lute.
PeopleluterEnglishnounA musician who plays a lute.
PeoplemasonEnglishnounA bricklayer, one whose occupation is to build with stone or brick
PeoplemasonEnglishnounOne who prepares stone for building purposes.
PeoplemasonEnglishnounA member of the fraternity of Freemasons. See Freemason.
PeoplemasonEnglishverbTo build stonework or brickwork about, under, in, over, etc.; to construct by masonsnormally with a preposition transitive
PeoplemetallurgistEnglishnounA person who works in metal (the type of material).dated
PeoplemetallurgistEnglishnounA person skilled in metallurgy.
Peoplemother henEnglishnounA female chicken who bears eggs or chicks.literally
Peoplemother henEnglishnounAn outspoken and overprotective woman or person dealing with others' affairs; especially, an assertive matriarch.idiomatic
Peoplemother henEnglishverbAlternative form of mother-henalt-of alternative
PeoplemusherEnglishnounOne who operates a dogsled, traditionally using the verbal command “mush”.
PeoplemusherEnglishnounOne who travels by dogsled.
PeoplemusherEnglishnounOne who races in a dogsled in a race.
PeopleneuhymnaghManxadjintestatelaw
PeopleneuhymnaghManxnounintestate personlawmasculine
Peoplepiece of workEnglishnounA product or manufactured article, especially an item of art or craft.
Peoplepiece of workEnglishnounA person who has a strong and unusual personality, especially one with seriously unpleasant character flaws (e.g. a nasty piece of work). (This sense came about due to Hamlet’s monologue (see sense 1 above)).derogatory idiomatic often
PeoplepredatorEnglishnounAny animal or other organism that hunts and kills other non-plant organisms (their prey), primarily for food.
PeoplepredatorEnglishnounSomeone who attacks and plunders for gain.
PeoplepredatorEnglishnounA sexual predator.
PeoplepreschoolerEnglishnounA child who has not yet attended school.
PeoplepreschoolerEnglishnounA child who is educated at preschool.
PeoplepuristEnglishadjOf or pertaining to purism.
PeoplepuristEnglishnounAn advocate of purism.
PeoplesesquipedalianEnglishnounA long word.
PeoplesesquipedalianEnglishnounA person who uses long words.
PeoplesesquipedalianEnglishadjLong; polysyllabic.of a word or words
PeoplesesquipedalianEnglishadjPertaining to or given to the use of overly long words.
PeopleshopperEnglishnounA person who shops.
PeopleshopperEnglishnounA free local newspaper containing advertisements for local shops etc; sometimes includes discount coupons.
PeopleshopperEnglishnounA kind of bicycle suited to riding short distances.
PeopleshopperEnglishnounA plastic shopping bag.Pakistan
PeoplesocialiteEnglishnounA person (often a woman) of social prominence, considered to be an influential figure.
PeoplesocialiteEnglishnounA person who goes to fashionable parties and is often written about in the newspapers, etc.
PeoplesplitterEnglishnounA person or a thing that splits.
PeoplesplitterEnglishnounA wedge used to cut logs down the middle.
PeoplesplitterEnglishnounA quarry worker who splits slate into sheets.
PeoplesplitterEnglishnounA scientist in one of various fields who prefers to split categories such as species or dialects up into smaller groups.colloquial
PeoplesplitterEnglishnounA split-finger fastball.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
PeoplesplitterEnglishnounA draggable vertical or horizontal bar used to adjust the relative sizes of two adjacent windows.computing engineering graphical-user-interface mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
PeoplesplitterEnglishnounA wheaten cake split and buttered when hot.US
PeoplesplitterEnglishnounOne who splits hairs in argument, etc.
PeoplesplitterEnglishnounA device with two electrical plugs that plugs into an electrical outlet, effectively converting the electrical outlet into two; socket converter.
Peoplestick in the mudEnglishnounA person unwilling to participate in activities; a curmudgeon or party pooper.derogatory idiomatic
Peoplestick in the mudEnglishnounMore generally, one who is slow, old-fashioned, or unprogressive; an old fogey.derogatory idiomatic
PeopleswererMiddle EnglishnounOne who uses or employs profanity or swearwords.
PeopleswererMiddle EnglishnounOne who makes an oral binding statement; an oath-taker.
PeopleswererMiddle EnglishnounOne who makes people swear oaths.rare
PeopleswererMiddle EnglishnounOne who sits on a jury.rare
PeopletecuaniClassical NahuatlnounA wild or dangerous animal.animate
PeopletecuaniClassical NahuatlnounA cruel person.animate
Peopletruck driverEnglishnounA person employed to drive a truck, especially a tractor-trailer or other large industrial truck.Australia Canada New-Zealand US
Peopletruck driverEnglishnounA freestyle skiing aerialist move involving grabbing the front end of one's skis on a jump in a pike position, similar to holding the large steering wheel of a big truck.hobbies lifestyle skiing sports
Peopletruck driverEnglishnounA freestyle BMX move involving turning the bicycle handlebar 360-degrees, akin to spinning the steering wheel of a big truck to turn.cycling hobbies lifestyle sports
PeoplevegetarianEnglishnounA person who does not eat animal flesh, or, in some cases, use any animal products.
PeoplevegetarianEnglishnounAn animal that eats only plants; a herbivore.
PeoplevegetarianEnglishadjOf or relating to the type of diet eaten by vegetarians (in all senses).
PeoplevegetarianEnglishadjWithout meat.
PeoplevegetarianEnglishadjOf a product normally made with meat, having non-meat substitutes in place of meat.
PeoplevegetarianEnglishadjThat does not eat meat.
PeoplevotaryEnglishadjConsecrated by a vow or promise; consequent on a vow; devoted; promised.
PeoplevotaryEnglishnounA person, such as a monk or nun, who lives a religious life according to vows they have made.
PeoplevotaryEnglishnounA devotee of a particular religion or cult.
PeoplevotaryEnglishnounA devout or zealous worshipper.
PeoplevotaryEnglishnounSomeone who is devoted to a particular pursuit etc.broadly
PeoplevotaryEnglishnounA loyal supporter or devoted admirer of a person or institution.
PeopleυποκριτήςGreeknounactorentertainment lifestyle theater
PeopleυποκριτήςGreeknounhypocrite, dissembler
People木頭人Chinesenounone who stares blankly, in a trance; one who is slow in understanding; blockhead
People木頭人Chinesenounperson in a vegetative state; human vegetable; cabbageThailand
Perching birdsbabblerEnglishnounSomeone who babbles.
Perching birdsbabblerEnglishnounAny of several passerine birds, of the families Timaliidae and Paradoxornithidae (both found in Asia, Africa) and Pomatostomidae (found in Australia).
Perching birdsbabblerEnglishnounA hound who is too noisy on finding a good scent.dated
Percoid fishbulganCebuanonouna bigeye; any fish in the taxonomic family Priacanthidae, which have large eyes
Percoid fishbulganCebuanonouna barramundi (Lates calcarifer)
Percoid fishkasboCebuanonounthe nankeen night heron (Nycticorax caledonicus)
Percoid fishkasboCebuanonounthe common silver-biddy (Gerres oyena)
Percoid fishskipjackEnglishnounAny of several not closely related fish. / Several of the genus Euthynnus resembling tuna: / Several of the genus Euthynnus resembling tuna
Percoid fishskipjackEnglishnounAny of several not closely related fish. / A skipjack tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis)
Percoid fishskipjackEnglishnounAny of several not closely related fish. / A common bluefish (Pomatomus saltatrix)
Percoid fishskipjackEnglishnounAny of several not closely related fish. / An alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus)
Percoid fishskipjackEnglishnounAny of several not closely related fish. / A bonito (Sarda spp. etc.)
Percoid fishskipjackEnglishnounAny of several not closely related fish. / A butterfish
Percoid fishskipjackEnglishnounAny of several not closely related fish. / A cutlass fish (Trichiuridae spp.)
Percoid fishskipjackEnglishnounAny of several not closely related fish. / A jurel (Caranx or Trachurus)
Percoid fishskipjackEnglishnounAny of several not closely related fish. / A leatherjacket, leatherjack (genus Oligoplites)
Percoid fishskipjackEnglishnounAny of several not closely related fish. / A runner (Elagatis pinnulatis)
Percoid fishskipjackEnglishnounAny of several not closely related fish. / A saurel (Trachurus spp.)
Percoid fishskipjackEnglishnounAny of several not closely related fish. / A saury (Scomberesocidae spp.)
Percoid fishskipjackEnglishnounAny of several not closely related fish. / A threadfish (Alectis spp.)
Percoid fishskipjackEnglishnounAn upstart.obsolete
Percoid fishskipjackEnglishnounAn elaterid; a click beetle.
Percoid fishskipjackEnglishnounA shallow sailboat with a rectilinear or V-shaped cross section.
Percussion instrumentsjawboneEnglishnounThe bone of the lower jaw; the mandible.countable
Percussion instrumentsjawboneEnglishnounAny of the bones in the lower or upper jaw.countable
Percussion instrumentsjawboneEnglishnounA shaken musical instrument (an idiophone) made from the jawbone of an animal and shaken such that the teeth vibrate in their sockets to produce sound.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable plural singular
Percussion instrumentsjawboneEnglishnounCredit.archaic slang uncountable
Percussion instrumentsjawboneEnglishverbTo talk persistently in an attempt to persuade somebody to cooperate.
Pezizales order fungihare's earEnglishnounA traditional artificial fly imitating an aquatic insect larva, used in fly fishing.fishing hobbies lifestyle
Pezizales order fungihare's earEnglishnounAny of various plants in the genus Bupleurum.
Pezizales order fungihare's earEnglishnounThe fungus Otidea onotica.
PhoeniciaCarthaginianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Carthage.not-comparable
PhoeniciaCarthaginianEnglishnounA native or inhabitant of Carthage.
Piescustard pieEnglishnounA pie made from an uncooked custard mixture added to an uncooked or partially cooked crust and then baked as a whole.
Piescustard pieEnglishnounA prop used in slapstick, consisting of an open pie filled with custard or cream (or, more often nowadays, simply a paper plate covered with shaving foam or a similar substance) that is pushed into another person's face.
PigmentspigmentMiddle EnglishnounA spice or a blend of them.
PigmentspigmentMiddle EnglishnounA red pigment.
PigsporcinusLatinadjpig, swine, hogadjective declension-1 declension-2 relational
PigsporcinusLatinadjporcineadjective declension-1 declension-2
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA coarse mediaeval coat of defence, especially one made of leather.
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA man. / A name applied to a hypothetical or typical man.capitalized
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA man. / A man, a fellow; a typical man; men in general.US countable
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA man. / A sailor.colloquial
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA man. / A policeman or detective; (Australia) a military policeman.slang
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA man. / A manual laborer.archaic
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA man. / A lumberjack.Canada US colloquial
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA man. / A sepoy.India historical slang
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A device for turning a spit; a smokejack or roasting jack.
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / Each of a series of blocks in a harpsichord or the earlier virginal, communicating the action of the key to the quill; sometime also, a hopper in a modern piano.
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A support for wood being sawn; a sawhorse or sawbuck.obsolete
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A device used to hold a boot by the heel, to assist in removing the boot.
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A mechanical device used to raise and (temporarily) support a heavy object, now especially to lift one side of a motor vehicle when (e.g.) changing a tyre.
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / Any of various levers for raising or lowering the sinkers which push the loops down on the needles in a knitting machine or stocking frame.
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A wedge for separating rocks rent by blasting.business miningarchaic
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A grating device used to separate and guide the threads in a warping machine; a heck box.obsolete
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A machine for twisting the sliver as it leaves a carding machine, in the preparation of yarn.obsolete
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A switch for a jack plug, a jackknife switch; (more generally) a socket used to connect a device to a circuit, network etc.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A pitcher or other vessel for holding liquid, especially alcoholic drink; a black-jack.historical regional
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / The lowest court card in a deck of standard playing cards, ranking between the 10 and queen, with an image of a knave or pageboy on it.card-games games
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A small, typically white, ball used as the target ball in bowls; a jack-ball.
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A small ship's flag used as a signal or identifying device; a small flag flown at the bow of the vessel.nautical transport
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A measure of liquid corresponding to a quarter of a pint.UK archaic historical regional
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A fake coin designed to look like a sovereign.obsolete slang
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A jack crosstree.nautical transportarchaic historical
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A small, six-pointed playing piece used in the game of jacks.games
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A torch or other light used in hunting to attract or dazzle game at night.US
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / Money.US slang
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A strong alcoholic liquor, especially home-distilled or illicit.Canada US
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / Nothing, jack shit.colloquial euphemistic
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / The eleventh batsman to come to the crease in an innings.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsslang
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A smooth often ovoid large gravel or small cobble in a natural water course.slang
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / A pike, especially when young.
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / A male ass, especially when kept for breeding.US
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / Any of the marine fish in the family Carangidae.
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / A jackrabbit.US
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / A large California rockfish, the bocaccio, Sebastes paucispinis.
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / Mangifera caesia, related to the mango tree.
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / Plant in the genus Arisaema, also known as Jack-in-the-pulpit, and capitalized Jack.colloquial
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / Spadix of a plant (also capitalized Jack).colloquial
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / Plant of the genus Emex, also considered synonymous to Rumex, if not then containing two species lesser jack and little jack for Emex spinosa syn. Rumex spinosus, Australian English three-corner jack and prickly jack for Emex australis syn. Rumex hypogaeus.
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishverbTo physically raise using a jack.transitive
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishverbTo raise or increase.transitive
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishverbTo increase the potency of an alcoholic beverage similarly to distillation by chilling it to below the freezing point of water, removing the water ice crystals that form, and leaving the still-liquid alcoholic portion.
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishverbTo steal (something), typically an automobile; to rob (someone).colloquial transitive
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishverbTo dance by moving the torso forward and backward in a rippling motion.intransitive
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishverbTo jack off, to masturbate.colloquial vulgar
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishadjTired, disillusioned; fed up (with).Australia
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounThe edible fruit of the Asian tree (Artocarpus heterophyllus); also the tree itself.
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounThe related tree Mangifera caesia.
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishnounA home run.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsslang
Pikes (fish)jackEnglishverbTo hit (the ball) hard; especially, to hit (the ball) out of the field, producing a home run.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsslang transitive
PinballknockerEnglishnounA device, usually hinged with a striking plate, used for knocking on a door.
PinballknockerEnglishnounA person who knocks.
PinballknockerEnglishnounA critic; one who disparages.
PinballknockerEnglishnounA person who knocks (denigrates) something.derogatory informal
PinballknockerEnglishnounA woman's breast.plural-normally slang
PinballknockerEnglishnounA dwarf, goblin, or sprite imagined to dwell in mines and to indicate the presence of ore by knocking.archaic in South Wales
PinballknockerEnglishnounA mechanical device in a pinball table that produces a loud percussive noise.
PinballknockerEnglishnounA person who is strikingly handsome or otherwise admirable; a stunner.dated slang
PinballknockerEnglishnounA large cockroach, especially Blaberus giganteus, of semitropical America, which is able to produce a loud knocking sound.
PinballknockerEnglishnounA large, boulder-shaped outcrop of bedrock in an otherwise low-lying landscape, chiefly associated with a mélange.geography geology natural-sciences
PinballknockerEnglishnounOne who defaults on payment of a wager.slang
PinnipedsodobenineEnglishadjOf, or pertaining to, a walrus.not-comparable
PinnipedsodobenineEnglishnounAny walrus (genus Odobenus).
PinnipedsrobDutchnounseal, any member of the family Phocidaemasculine
PinnipedsrobDutchnounrabbitBelgium feminine
Places in DenmarkOdenseEnglishnameOdense, the largest city in Region of Southern Denmark (Region Syddanmark) and third-largest city in Denmark.
Places in DenmarkOdenseEnglishnameOdense Municipality (Odense Kommune), the municipality of which the city of Odense is administrative centre.
Places in Nouvelle-AquitaineRochefortEnglishnameA surname from French.
Places in Nouvelle-AquitaineRochefortEnglishnameA commune of Charente-Maritime, Poitou-Charentes, region of New Aquitaine, France.
Places in Nouvelle-AquitaineRochefortEnglishnameA municipality of the district of Boudry, canton of Neuchâtel, Switzerland.
Places in Primorsky KraiTumenEnglishnameA river forming part of the border between Jilin, China and North Korea, and the border between Rasŏn, North Korea and Khasansky district, Primorsky Krai, Russia.
Places in Primorsky KraiTumenEnglishnameA county-level city in Yanbian, Jilin, China
Places in SwedenÖlandEnglishnameThe second-largest island of Sweden.
Places in SwedenÖlandEnglishnamea province (landskap) in Sweden
PlanetsPhebeMiddle EnglishnameThe Greek Titan and goddess of the Moon; Phoebe.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciences
PlanetsPhebeMiddle EnglishnameThe celestial body closest to the Earth, considered to be a planet in the Ptolemic system as well as the boundary between the Earth and the heavens; the Moon.astronomy natural-sciencescapitalized sometimes
Planetsపక్షచరుడుTelugunounmoon.
Planetsపక్షచరుడుTelugunounpartisan follower.
Planetsబృహస్పతిTelugunameBrihaspati: The name of the priest of the Gods.Hinduism
Planetsబృహస్పతిTelugunameThe planet of Jupiter.astronomy natural-sciences
Plant diseaseskolerogaEnglishnounAny of several plant diseases, with distinct causal organisms, including / A disease of palm trees such as areca palms and of many other commercially important plants caused by the oomycete Phytophthora palmivora.
Plant diseaseskolerogaEnglishnounAny of several plant diseases, with distinct causal organisms, including / Diseases of coffee, citrus, and persimmon caused by the fungus Ceratobasidium noxium
PlantsduillagManxnounleaffeminine
PlantsduillagManxnounsheet (of paper)feminine
PlantsduillagManxnounpamphletfeminine
PlantsliriOccitannounyellow flag, yellow irismasculine
PlantsliriOccitannounlilymasculine
PlantsuhiMaorinounyam (Dioscorea)
PlantsuhiMaorinouna chisel-like tool used to puncture Maori tattoos (moko)
PlantsyebeWalloonnoungrassfeminine
PlantsyebeWalloonnounpasture, prairiefeminine
PoetryगौरSanskritadjwhite, yellowish, reddish, pale redin comp. or ifc. g. कडारादि
PoetryगौरSanskritadjshining, brilliant, clean, beautiful
PoetryगौरSanskritnounwhite, yellowish (the colour)
PoetryगौरSanskritnoungaur, a kind of buffalo (Bos gaurus, often classed with the गवय)
PoetryगौरSanskritnounwhite mustard (the seed of which is used as a weight, = 3 राज-सर्षपs)
PoetryगौरSanskritnounGrislea tomentosa (धव) L.
PoetryगौरSanskritnouna species of rice
PoetryगौरSanskritnounthe moon
PoetryगौरSanskritnounthe planet Jupiterastronomy natural-sciences
PoetryगौरSanskritnounname of the नाग शेष
PoetryगौरSanskritnounname of चैतन्य (compare -चन्द्र)
PoetryगौरSanskritnounname of a योग teacher (son of शुक and पीवरी)
PoetryगौरSanskritnounname of a family (compare °रात्रेय)in-plural
PoetryगौरSanskritnounwhite mustard
PoetryगौरSanskritnounname of a potherb
PoetryगौरSanskritnounsaffron (compare कनक-)
PoetryगौरSanskritnounthe filament of a lotus
PoetryगौरSanskritnoungold
PoetryगौरSanskritnounorpiment
PoetryगौरSanskritnoun= गौरिका
PoetryगौरSanskritnounthe earth
PoetryगौरSanskritnounred chalk
PoetryगौरSanskritnouna yellow pigment or dye (गो-रोचना, ‘orpiment’)
PoetryगौरSanskritnounturmeric (रजनी)
PoetryगौरSanskritnounname of several other plants (प्रियंगु, मञ्जिष्ठा, श्वेत-दूर्वा, मल्लिका, तुलसी, सुवर्ण-कदली, आकाश-मांसी)
PoetryगौरSanskritnounname of several metres (one of 4×12 syllables; another of 4×13 syllables; another of 4×26 long syllables)
PoetryगौरSanskritnouna kind of measureentertainment lifestyle music
PoetryगौरSanskritnounname of a रागिणी
PoetryगौरSanskritnoun‘brilliant Goddess’, शिव's wife पार्वतीHinduism
PoetryगौरSanskritnounname of वरुण's wife
PoetryगौरSanskritnounname of a विद्या-देवी
PoetryगौरSanskritnounname of शाक्य-मुनि's mother
PoetryगौरSanskritnounname of the wife of वि-रजस् and mother of सु-धामन्
PoetryगौरSanskritnounname of several other women
PoetryगौरSanskritnounname of several rivers (one originally the wife of प्रसेन-जित् or युवनाश्व, changed by his curse into the river बाहु-दा.); ([compare Lat. gilvus?])
Politicsreligious rightEnglishnounRight-wing, religious (especially Christian) political movements characterized by their support of socially conservative policies.US uncountable
Politicsreligious rightEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: The right for someone to practice their religion.countable uncountable
PornographyscudEnglishadjNaked.Scotland slang
PornographyscudEnglishverbTo race along swiftly (especially used of clouds).intransitive
PornographyscudEnglishverbTo run, or be driven, before a high wind with no sails set.nautical transportintransitive transitive
PornographyscudEnglishverbTo hit or slap.Northumbria
PornographyscudEnglishverbTo speed.Northumbria
PornographyscudEnglishverbTo skim flat stones so they skip along the water.Northumbria
PornographyscudEnglishnounThe act of scudding.countable uncountable
PornographyscudEnglishnounClouds or rain driven by the wind.countable uncountable
PornographyscudEnglishnounA loose formation of small ragged cloud fragments (or fog) not attached to a larger higher cloud layer.uncountable
PornographyscudEnglishnounA gust of wind.countable uncountable
PornographyscudEnglishnounA scab on a wound.countable uncountable
PornographyscudEnglishnounA small flight of larks, or other birds, less than a flock.countable uncountable
PornographyscudEnglishnounAny swimming amphipod.countable uncountable
PornographyscudEnglishnounA swift runner.countable uncountable
PornographyscudEnglishnounA form of garden hoe.countable uncountable
PornographyscudEnglishnounA slap; a sharp stroke.countable uncountable
PornographyscudEnglishnounPornography.Scotland slang uncountable
PornographyscudEnglishnounThe drink Irn-Bru.Scotland slang uncountable
PrintingtryckareSwedishnouna printer (profession)common-gender
PrintingtryckareSwedishnouna slow dance where couples tightly embrace each othercommon-gender
Provinces of the NetherlandsFrieslandDutchnameFriesland, a province of the Netherlands.neuter
Provinces of the NetherlandsFrieslandDutchnameA hamlet in Montferland, Gelderland, Netherlands.neuter
Prunus genus plantssweet cherryEnglishnounPrunus avium
Prunus genus plantssweet cherryEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see sweet, cherry.
PseudosciencegraphologyEnglishnounThe study of handwriting, especially as a means of analyzing a person's character.uncountable usually
PseudosciencegraphologyEnglishnounA system of handwriting.uncountable usually
PseudoscienceracialismEnglishnounTribalism, nationalism.Britain countable dated uncountable
PseudoscienceracialismEnglishnounThe belief that humans can be categorized as belonging to distinct races, each race being characterized by fixed and heritable traits.countable uncountable
PseudoscienceracialismEnglishnounRacism, the belief in the existence of different races and the belief that some races are superior to other races; policies or practices which promote the dominance of one or more races over other races.countable uncountable
PseudosciencesenticsEnglishnounThe study of waveforms of touch, emotion, and music.uncountable
PseudosciencesenticsEnglishnounCommon affective patterns associated with natural language concepts exploited for tasks such as emotion recognition from text/speech or sentiment analysis.uncountable
Punctuation markscommaEnglishnounThe punctuation mark ⟨,⟩ used to indicate a set of parts of a sentence or between elements of a list.media publishing typography
Punctuation markscommaEnglishnounA similar-looking subscript diacritical mark.media publishing typographyRomanian
Punctuation markscommaEnglishnounAny of various nymphalid butterflies of the genus Polygonia, having a comma-shaped white mark on the underwings, especially Polygonia c-album and Polygonia c-aureum of North Africa, Europe, and Asia.biology entomology natural-sciences
Punctuation markscommaEnglishnounA difference in the calculation of nearly identical intervals by different ways.entertainment lifestyle music
Punctuation markscommaEnglishnounA delimiting marker between items in a genetic sequence.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciences
Punctuation markscommaEnglishnounIn Ancient Greek rhetoric, a short clause, something less than a colon, originally denoted by comma marks. In antiquity it was defined as a combination of words having no more than eight syllables in all. It was later applied to longer phrases, e.g. the Johannine comma.rhetoric
Punctuation markscommaEnglishnounA brief interval.figuratively
Punctuation markscommaEnglishverbTo place a comma or commas within text; to follow, precede, or surround a portion of text with commas.rare transitive
RacismethnicismEnglishnounAn emphasis upon ethnic identity.countable uncountable
RacismethnicismEnglishnounPrejudice based on ethnic origin.countable uncountable
RacismethnicismEnglishnounheathenism; pagan superstition.countable obsolete uncountable
Rail transportationsignal boxEnglishnounA building, typically adjacent to or spanning a railway line, from where signals, points and (sometimes) level crossings are controlled.
Rail transportationsignal boxEnglishnounThe alarm-box of a police or fire-alarm system.
Rail transportationtunnelbaneNorwegian Nynorsknoununderground, or underground railway (usually UK)feminine
Rail transportationtunnelbaneNorwegian Nynorsknounsubway (usually US)feminine
Rail transportationtunnelbaneNorwegian Nynorsknounmetro (in some cities)feminine
RamayanaभरतSanskritnounactor, dancer, tumbler
RamayanaभरतSanskritnameBharata, name of a celebrated hero and monarch of India (son of Duṣyanta and Śakuntalā)historical
RamayanaभरतSanskritnamename of a son of Daśaratha, younger brother of Rāma in RāmāyaṇaHinduism
RamayanaभरतSanskritnamename of a son of Ṛṣabha, brother of BāhubalīJainism
Recreational drugscrackheadEnglishnounA person who is addicted to or regularly uses crack cocaine.derogatory slang
Recreational drugscrackheadEnglishnounSomeone whose thinking makes no sense; a fool or an idiot.US derogatory slang
Recreational drugsdopeEnglishnounAny viscous liquid or paste, such as a lubricant, used in preparing a surface.uncountable
Recreational drugsdopeEnglishnounAn absorbent material used to hold a liquid.uncountable
Recreational drugsdopeEnglishnounAny varnish used to coat a part, such as an airplane wing or a hot-air balloon in order to waterproof, strengthen, etc.aeronautics aerospace business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesuncountable
Recreational drugsdopeEnglishnounAny of various recreational substances: / An opiate, now particularly heroin.countable slang uncountable
Recreational drugsdopeEnglishnounAny of various recreational substances: / Marijuana.countable slang uncountable
Recreational drugsdopeEnglishnounAny of various recreational substances: / Any of various recreational substancesslang uncountable
Recreational drugsdopeEnglishnounInformation, usually from an inside source, originally in horse racing and other sports.slang uncountable
Recreational drugsdopeEnglishnounBallistic data on previously fired rounds, used to calculate the required hold over a target.engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponryuncountable
Recreational drugsdopeEnglishnounA stupid person.countable slang
Recreational drugsdopeEnglishnounDessert topping.US countable uncountable
Recreational drugsdopeEnglishnounA soft drink. Otherwise known as soda or pop.Appalachia countable uncountable
Recreational drugsdopeEnglishverbTo affect with drugs.slang transitive
Recreational drugsdopeEnglishverbTo treat with dope (lubricant, etc.).transitive
Recreational drugsdopeEnglishverbTo add a dopant such as arsenic to (a pure semiconductor such as silicon).business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicstransitive
Recreational drugsdopeEnglishverbTo use drugs; especially, to use prohibited performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) in sporting competitions.hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive
Recreational drugsdopeEnglishverbTo judge or guess; to predict the result of.dated slang transitive
Recreational drugsdopeEnglishadjAmazing; cool.slang
Recreational drugsempathyEnglishnounIdentification with or understanding of the thoughts, feelings, or emotional state of another person.countable uncountable
Recreational drugsempathyEnglishnounThe capacity to understand another person's point of view or the result of such understanding.countable uncountable
Recreational drugsempathyEnglishnounA paranormal ability to psychically read another person's emotions.literature media parapsychology pseudoscience publishing science-fictioncountable uncountable
Recreational drugsempathyEnglishnounMDMA.countable obsolete slang uncountable
RedspaprikaEnglishnounPowdered spice made from dried and ground fruits of sweet pepper (bell pepper) or chili pepper (cultivars of Capsicum annuum), or mixtures of these (used especially in Hungarian cooking).uncountable
RedspaprikaEnglishnounA variety of the spice.countable
RedspaprikaEnglishnounA dried but not yet ground fruit of sweet pepper (bell pepper) or chili pepper sold for use as a spice.countable rare
RedspaprikaEnglishnounA bright reddish orange colour resembling that of the ground spice.countable uncountable
RedspaprikaEnglishadjOf a bright reddish orange colour, like that of the dried paprika.