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Non-standard Plural Forms ()
Foreign and Irregular Plurals in CSW
by David Sutton
**** Now amended for CSW15 ****
This document attempts to list all singular nouns in CSW (the official Scrabble word list) that have nine
letters or fewer and that have irregular plurals; those plurals are shown together with a brief definition.
Ten-letter singular nouns are included where they yield a nine-letter plural.
By 'irregular plural' is meant a plural that is not formed according to the usual rules of English
orthography, i.e. in one of the following ways:
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by the addition of –S, as in CATS
by the addition of –ES, where the word ends in s, x, z, ch or sh, as in PRINCESSES, BOXES,
QUARTZES, BEECHES, SASHES. Note that in the case of ch this applies only where ch has
the soft sound, not the hard sound as in EPOCH or LOCH, where a simple S is added
by the addition of –ES plus change of a terminal –Y to I, as in LAUNDRIES
For completeness I have also included the following categories of word:
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words that do not change at all in the plural; these are denoted by a dash in the second column.
Note that I have excluded 'collective' nouns that are normally used in the singular but which do
have an –S form e.g. one would normally speak of a herd of twenty BISON, but BISONS does
exist and might be used when speaking of different individuals. This is unlike MOOSE, where
there is no MOOSES*
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words ending in –O that take a plural in –OES rather than, or in addition to, –OS
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words ending in –I that take a plural in –IES rather than, or in addition to, –IS
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words ending in –S or -Z that double the S or Z
It should be noted that a great many of these nouns with irregular plurals also have regular plurals.
These are not explicitly shown but their existence is denote by an asterisk in column 3. Thus
ABDOMEN can be assumed to have the regular plural ABDOMENS as well as the explicitly given
ABDOMINA, COLOSSUS can be assumed to yield COLOSSUSES as well as the explicitly given
COLOSSI, ALBEDO can be assumed to yield ALBEDOS as well as the explicitly given ALBEDOES,
and COMBI can be assumed to yield COMBIS as well as the explicitly given COMBIES.
There are a large number of plural nouns that have no singular e.g. DOGDAYS, DOLDRUMS. These
are not included here as they are covered in my previous work 'Plurals and apparent plurals with no
singulars', also available from the ABSP Words page.
I will be glad to hear of any errors of omission or commission.
Version History:
1.0 20/1/2010 First issue
1.1 22/1/2010 Added LILANGENI; added PRODROME; added a number of 8 and 9 letter words
ending in A that take an –ATA plural
1.2 27/1/2010 Added COMEDO, MYRMIDON, THEW, TUFOLI, UMBO
1.3 2/2/2010 Added CALVARIUM, CINERARIUM, XENIUM.
2.0 17/2/2012 Updated to reflect changes due to CSW12
2.1 15/9/2012 Amended to correct some minor errors; also added INGLUVIES and DISCOBOLOS
Singular
Plural
Definition
aardwolf
abacus
abdomen
abductor
aardwolves
abaci
abdomina
abductores
abiosis
aboideau
aboiteau
abolla
abomasum
abomasus
abscissa
acantha
acanthus
acariasis
acarus
accused
acervulus
acetabulum
acetum
achaenium
achenium
acicula
acidosis
acinus
acromion
acroterium
actinia
aculeus
addendum
adenoma
adenosis
adiaphoron
adieu
adiposis
adman
adwoman
adytum
aecidium
aecium
aedes
aerobium
aerobus
aerotaxis
aesc
abioses
aboideaux
aboiteaux
abollae
abomasa
abomasi
abscissae
acanthae
acanthi
acariases
acari
acervuli
acetabula
aceta
achaenia
achenia
aciculae
acidoses
acini
acromia
acroteria
actiniae
aculei
addenda
adenomata
adenoses
adiaphora
adieux
adiposes
admen
adwomen
adyta
aecidia
aecia
aerobia
aerobusses
aerotaxes
aesces
a hyena-like African mammal, aka earthwolf
a counting device using beads
in mammals, the part between diaphragm and pelvis
a muscle that abducts (ABDUCTORES); one who abducts
(ABDUCTORS)
absence of life
a tide gate
a tide gate
a Roman military cloak
the fourth stomach of a ruminant
the fourth stomach of a ruminant
the horizontal distance from a fixed line to a point
a thorn, a prickle
a genus of herbaceous prickly plants
an irritating itching insect infestation
a mite
a person accused
the spore-producing organ of certain fungi
a cuplike hollow on the hipbone to receive the thighbone
vinegar
a small one-seeded fruit of plant; naked seed
a small one-seeded fruit
a needle-like part or process
the presence of acids in the blood beyond normal levels
a berry which grows in clusters
the outer extremity of the shoulder blade
a pedestal or ornament at the angle of a pediment
a sea-anemone
a goad or sting
something to be added
a usually non-lethal tumour of a gland
abnormal growth of glandular tissue
a tenet or belief on which a theological system is indifferent
a farewell
obesity
one who works in advertising
a female worker in the advertising industry
the sacred part of a temple or church
a cup-shaped fructification in rust fungi
a cup-shaped fructification in rust fungi
(Greek) a genus of mosquito
an aerobe
an airbus
movement towards or from oxygen
an Old English rune used for ae
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aesthesis
afterlife
agape
aestheses
afterlives
agapae agapai
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agenesis
aggada
aggadah
agnomen
agon
ageneses
aggadot
aggadoth
agnomina
agones
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agora
agora
aguna
alkali
agorae
agorot agoroth
agunot
agunoth
agrapha
aidmen
aidoi
airbusses
airmen
airwomen
akineses
alae
alalagmoi
albarelli
albedoes
alberghi
aldermen
alewives
alfereces
algae
algeses
aliyos aliyot
aliyoth
alkalies
alkalosis
alkaloses
allantois
allodium
alluvium
almsman
almswoman
alodium
alula
alumna
alumnus
alveolus
amaurosis
ambo
ambulacrum
allantoides
allodia
alluvia
almsmen
almswomen
alodia
alulae
alumnae
alumni
alveoli
amauroses
ambones
ambulacra
agraphon
aidman
aidos
airbus
airman
airwoman
akinesis
ala
alalagmos
albarello
albedo
albergo
alderman
alewife
alferez
alga
algesis
aliyah
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the ability to receive sense impressions
life after death
a love feast practiced by early Christians in connection with
the Last Supper
absence or imperfect development of a bodily part
the homiletic part of the Jewish scripture
the homiletic part of the Jewish scripture
an additional name; a surname
the dramatic conflict between the chief characters in a literary
work
in ancient Athens, the market-place where debates were held
a monetary unit of Israel
(Hebrew) a woman whose husband has abandoned her but
fails to provide an official divorce
a saying of Jesus not found in the canonical gospels
a corpsman
shame, modesty
an aeroplane that provides the equivalent of a bus service
an aviator
a female aviator
the loss of the power of voluntary movement
an outgrowth on a fruit
a war-cry
a cylindrical jar used to hold drugs
the proportion of radiation reflected from a surface
an inn
a member of a municipal legislative body
a fish of the herring family
(Arabic) a standard-bearer
a seaweed
the sensation of pain
the immigration of Jews to Israel
a substance which, dissolved in water, forms a solution
containing hydroxyl ions and with a pH of more than 7.
an illness in which the tissues of the body become too
alkaline
a sac-like fetal membrane forming part of the placenta
an estate held in absolute ownership, without superior
river deposits, such as silt, sand and mud
a person supported by alms
a woman who receives alms
property under absolute ownership; freehold
three feathers springing from the base of the primaries
a female alumnus
an ex-student
a cell in a honeycomb
partial or total blindness, without apparent change in the eye
an early Christian raised reading-desk or pulpit
a row of tube feet of an echinoderm
ambuscado
ameba
amebiasis
ameiosis
amentum
amicus
amitosis
amnion
amoeba
amoretto
amorino
amphioxus
amphora
ampulla
amygdala
anabasis
anabiosis
anaclisis
anacrusis
anaerobium
analemma
analogon
analysis
anamnesis
anaptyxis
ambuscadoes
amebae
amebiases
ameioses
amenta
amici
amitoses
amnia
amoebae
amoretti
amorini
amphioxi
amphorae
ampullae
amygdalae
anabases
anabioses
anaclises
anacruses
anaerobia
analemmata
analoga
analyses
anamneses
anaptyxes
anastasis
anathema
anchorman
ancile
ancilla
ancon
andantino
androecium
anecdote
anecdysis
anemosis
anestrum
anestrus
angioma
anidrosis
animato
animus
ankylosis
anlage
annulus
anoesis
anoestrum
anoestrus
anastases
anathemata
anchormen
ancilia
ancillae
ancones
andantini
androecia
anecdota
anecdyses
anemoses
anestra
anestri
angiomata
anidroses
animati
animi
ankyloses
anlagen
annuli
anoeses
anoestra
anoestri
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an ambuscade
an amoeba
infection of the colon by amoebae
non-pairing of the chromosomes in meiosis
a catkin
a legal expert witness
direct cell division, without mitosis
the innermost membrane enveloping the embryo
a protozoon of ever-changing shape
a cherub
a cupid
a fishlike creature
a vessel for holding oil
a vessel for holy oil or wine for coronations or rituals
any almond-shaped formation in body, eg the tonsil
an expedition or an advance, especially a military one
a return to life after apparent death
the state of being anaclitic
one or more unstressed notes preceding the first bar line
an organism that does not require air for respiration
the figure-8 on a map showing the sun's seasonal course
that which is analogous to some other thing
the separation of a whole into its parts
a preliminary case history of a medical or psychiatric patient
the insertion of a vowel between two consonants for ease of
pronunciation
in Byzantine art, the harrowing of hell; resurrection
the formal act or formula of consigning to damnation
a person in a studio who links up with outside camera units
the sacred shield of the Romans
an assistant
the elbow
a movement rather quicker than andante
the male organs (stamens) of a flower taken collectively
a short narrative of an incident of private life
a period between moults in arthropods
the separation of rings in the growth of timber due to wind
a period of sexual inactivity between periods of oestrus
a period of sexual inactivity between periods of oestrus
a tumour due to dilated blood vessels
absence of sweating
a musical passage to be played in a lively fashion
a usually prejudiced and often spiteful or malevolent ill will
the joining together of bones or hard parts; resulting stiffness
the first discernible rudiment of an organ
a ring, spec a partial veil round the stalk in some agarics
consciousness with sensation but without thought
a period of sexual inactivity between periods of oestrus
a period of sexual inactivity between periods of oestrus
ansa
anta
ansae
antae
antefixa
antenna
anthelion
anthelix
anthemion
anthesis
anthodium
anthrax
antihelix
antihero
antiman
antipasto
antiserum
antitragus
antlia
antrum
anuresis
aorta
apeman
apex
aphelion
apheresis
aphesis
aphis
aphtha
apiculus
apneusis
apoapsis
apocryphon
apodosis
apologia
apomixis
apophasis
antefixae
antennae
anthelia
anthelices
anthemia
antheses
anthodia
anthraces
antihelices
antiheroes
antimen
antipasti
antisera
antitragi
antliae
antra
anureses
aortae
apemen
apices
aphelia
aphereses
apheses
aphides
aphthae
apiculi
apneuses
apoapsides
apocrypha
apodoses
apologiae
apomixes
apophases
apophysis
apoptosis
apothecium
appalto
appendix
apsis
apophyses
apoptoses
apothecia
appalti
appendices
apsides
apterium
aqua
aquarium
arbor
arboretum
apteria
aquae
aquaria
arbores
arboreta
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part of Saturn's rings
a square pilaster at either side of a doorway (ANTAE); a kind
of tapir (ANTAS)
an ornament at the end of a classical building
either of a pair of sensory appendages on the heads of insects
a luminous ring seen on a cloud opposite the sun
the curved elevation of the cartilage of the ear
a flat cluster of leaves or flowers as an ornament in art
the time when a flower becomes sexually functional
the inflorescence of a compound flower
a disease of cattle
the curved elevation of the cartilage of the ear
a character with qualities opposite to those of the hero
a homosexual man
a hors d'oeuvre, an appetizer
a serum containing antibodies
a prominence on the lower posterior portion of the ear
a suctorial proboscis
a cavity, esp leading into the nose
inability to urinate
the main artery into the heart
any of several extinct primates
a summit or peak
the point when the earth is farthest from the sun
the omission of a letter or syllable at the beginning of a word
the loss of unaccented vowel at beginning of word
a plant-louse
a roundish pearl-colored specks or flakes in the mouth
a short sharp point in which an organ may end
protracted gasping inhalations followed by short inhalations
the high point in an orbit
a hidden or secret thing
the main clause in a conditional sentence
an apology, usu in literary form
non-sexual reproduction
the rhetorical device of emphasizing a fact, by pretending to
deny it
a projecting part of an organism, especially of bone
the natural self-destruction of cells in a growing organism
an open cup-shaped fruiting body borne by many lichens
a contract or monopoly
something added on
the point at which a heavenly body is most or least distant
from centre of attraction
a bare patch on a bird's skin
water
an artificial pond or tank
a tree
a collection of trees
archaeus
archeus
arco
area
areola
argulus
argumentum
arillus
arioso
arista
armful
armilla
arroz
arteritis
arthritis
arthrosis
artsman
as
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ascaris
ascesis
ascidium
ascites
ascogonium
ascus
asepsis
ashman
askesis
askos
aspidium
aspirata
astragalus
asylum
asynapsis
asyndeton
atheroma
athetesis
athetosis
atlas
archaei
archei
archi
areae
areolae
arguli
argumenta
arilli
ariosi
aristae
armsful
armillae
arroces
arteritides
arthritides
arthroses
artsmen
aesir
asar
asses
ascarides
asceses
ascidia
ascogonia
asci
asepses
ashmen
askeses
askoi
aspidia
aspiratae
astragali
asyla
asynapses
asyndeta
atheromata
atheteses
athetoses
atlantes
atmolysis
atrium
att
attackman
auditorium
aulos
aura
aureola
atmolyses
atria
attackmen
auditoria
auloi
aurae
aureolae
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the Paracelsian vital principle or force
the Paracelsian vital principle or force
the bow of a strinbged instrument
a part of the cortex
a small circular area
a fish louse
logical argument, proof
a exterior covering, forming a false coat to a seed
a musical direction: in the melodious manner of an aria
an awn
as much as can be carried in the arms
a bracelet
rice
inflammation of an artery or arteries
inflammation of the joints
a degenerative, non-inflammatory, disease of the joints
one who studies arts subjects
a Norse god
a kame or esker
a Roman coin
any nematode worm of the parasitic genus ascaris
the practice of self-discipline
a pitcher-shaped organ or appendage of a plant
dropsy of the abdomen
the female reproductive structure of fungi
a spore sac
freedom from sepsis or blood-poisoning
one who collects rubbish
the practice of self-discipline
an ancient Greek jar
a shield-fern
a type of plosive
an ankle-bone; a rounded beading or moulding on column
a place of refuge
a failure of the pairing of chromosomes in meiosis
the omission of conjunctions
a type of cyst
the rejection of a passage as spurious
nervous twitching of digits and extremities
a book of maps (ATLASES); a figure of a man serving as a
column in a building (ATLANTES)
a method of separating gases of different densities
a square hall lighted from above
a Laotian monetary unit
a soldier or sportsman with attacking role
the part of a theatre occupied by the audience
an ancient Greek wind instrument
a supposed subtle emanation from living things
a crown or increment to the ordinary blessedness of heaven
aureus
auricula
auris
aurora
auspex
autolysis
autobahn
automan
automaton
auxesis
avgas
aviatrix
avifauna
avocado
axeman
axilla
axolemma
axis
aurei
auriculae
aures
aurorae
auspices
autolyses
autobahnen
automen
automata
auxeses
avgasses
aviatrices
avifaunae
avocadoes
axemen
axillae
axolemmata
axes
axman
baal
bacca
bacchius
bacco
bacillus
bacterium
axmen
baalim
baccae
bacchii
baccoes
bacilli
bacteria
baculum
badman
bagful
bagman
bailsman
balista
ballabile
ballista
bambino
ban
bandeau
bandsman
bandyman
banjo
banksman
barachois
barbasco
bargeman
bargoose
barman
barricado
barrico
bacula
badmen
bagsful
bagmen
bailsmen
balistae
ballabili
ballistae
bambini
bani
bandeaux
bandsmen
bandymen
banjoes
banksmen
barbascoes
bargemen
bargeese
barmen
barricadoes
barricoes
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a gold coin of ancient Rome
a species of Primula
the ear
a luminous atmospheric phenomenon
(Lat.) a soothsayer of ancient Rome
the breaking down of tissue by the action of its own enzymes
a motorway
an automobile maker
a machine that imitates the movement of a living creature
an ordering of thoughts in order of ascending importance
aviation gasoline
a female aviator
the birdlife of a region
a rough-skinned pear-shaped edible fruit of a tropical tree
one who wields an axe
an armpit
the membrane that encloses the axons of a nerve cell
the imaginary straight line about which a body such as the
earth rotates (AXES); a kind of deer (AXISES)
one who wields an axe
a false god
a berry
a metrical foot composed of one short syllable and two long
tobacco
any rod-shaped bacterium
a type of micro-organism; BACTERIA also a singular with
plural BACTERIAS
the penis bone in some mammals
an outlaw
the contents of a bag
one who carries a bag for someone; a commercial traveller
a person who gives bail for another
a Roman military engine in the form of a crossbow
part of a ballet danced by the whole corps de ballet
a Roman military engine
(Italian) a child
a Romanian monetary unit (BANI); a prohibition (BANS)
a narrow band or fillet; a part of a head-dress
a member of a band of musicians
in India, one who drives a bandy, a kind of carriage
a stringed musical instrument
an overseer at a pit-mouth
a shalow lagoon formed by a sandbar
a S. American plant
a man who manages a barge, or one of the crew of a barge
a kind of wild goose
a male bartender
a barricade
a small cask
basaltes
baseman
basho
basidium
basilica
basis
basso
bateau
batman
batsman
batswoman
batteau
batwoman
bayman
beadman
beadsman
beau
bedeman
bedesman
bedu
beef
beefalo
behalf
bellman
beltman
bema
bendy
berceau
bhat
bhaji
basemen
basidia
basilicae
bases
bassi
bateaux
batmen
batsmen
batswomen
batteaux
batwomen
baymen
beadmen
beadsmen
beaux
bedemen
bedesmen
beeves
beefaloes
behalves
bellmen
beltmen
bemata
bendys
berceaux
bhajia
bialy
biennium
bifidum
biga
bigfoot
bijou
bilbo
billman
bimbo
bingo
binman
biogas
biolysis
birdlife
birdman
birlieman
birr
biscotto
bialys
biennia
bifidum
bigae
bigfeet
bijoux
bilboes
billmen
bimboes
bingoes
binmen
biogasses
biolyses
birdmen
birliemen
birrotch
biscotti
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unglazed stoneware
a fielding position in baseball
(Japanese) in sumo wrestling, a tournament
a spore-bearing structure produced by a basidiomycete
a large hall with double colonnades and a semicircular apse
the foundation, or that on which a thing rests
in music, the bass or lowest part
a boat; esp a flat-bottomed boat used on the Canadian lakes
an officer's personal servant
one who bats
a female person who wields the bat at cricket
a boat; esp a flat-bottomed boat used on the Canadian lakes
an officer's female personal attendant
a person who works about a bay
a monk or almoner who prays for a benefactor
a monk or almoner who prays for a benefactor
a dandy
a monk or almoner who prays for a benefactor
a monk or almoner who prays for a benefactor
a tent-dwelling nomadic Arab
the meat of the cow (BEEFS); a steer or cow (BEEVES)
a cross between a cow and a buffalo
interest, support, or benefit
a watchman who patrols city streets calling out the hour
the member of a lifesaving team who swims out to the rescue
a synagogue platform
another name for okra
a cradle, a covered walk
the basic monetary unit of Thailand
in Indian cookery, an appetizer consisting of vegetables
cooked in batter
an onion roll; note also BIALIES
a period of two years
a bacterium often added to yogurt
a two-horse chariot
a large hairy humanlike creature
a trinket, a jewel
a rapier
one who uses, or is armed with, a bill or hooked ax
an attractive but dim young woman
a lottery-type game
a refuse disposal man
any gas produced biologically e.g. methane by cows
the destruction of life
birds collectively
a fowler or birdcatcher
a byrlaw-man
a monetary unit of Ethiopia; BIRRS is valid as a verb form
a small Italian biscuit
bisectrix
bivium
biz
blaes
blaise
blaize
blastema
blastoma
blastula
blowby
bluecurls
bluesman
boardman
boatman
boatsman
bodyman
bogeyman
bogman
bogyman
boletus
bonamano
bondman
bondsman
bondwoman
bongo
bonito
boogerman
boogeyman
boogieman
boogyman
booklouse
bookman
bookshelf
borax
botargo
bothrium
bothyman
bousouki
bouzouki
bowman
boyau
bozzetto
braccio
brachah
brachium
brakeman
brakesman
branchia
bravo
bisectrices
bivia
bizzes
blastemata
blastomata
blastulae
blowbys
bluesmen
boardmen
boatmen
boatsmen
bodymen
bogeymen
bogmen
bogymen
boleti
bonamani
bondmen
bondsmen
bondwomen
bongoes
bonitoes
boogermen
boogeymen
boogiemen
boogymen
booklice
bookmen
bookshelves
boraces
botargoes
bothria
bothymen
bousoukia
bouzoukia
bowmen
boyaux
bozzetti
braccia
brachot
brachia
brakemen
brakesmen
branchiae
bravoes
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the bisector of the angle between the optic axes of a crystal
in echinoderms the two rays enclosing the madreporite
(Sl.) business; BIZES exists as the plural of BIZE
a kind of clay, livid or red in colour
a kind of clay, livid or red in colour
a kind of clay, livid or red in colour
the structureless, protoplasmic tissue of the embryo
a type of cyst
a hollow sphere of cells formed by a fertilized ovum
a leakage of exhaust gases
a North American plant
one who plays the blues
a board member
one who operates a boat
one who operates a boat
one who repairs automobile bodywork
a goblin, a bugbear, an object of special dread
the body of a person found preserved in a peat bog
a goblin, a bugbear, an object of special dread
a genus of fungi
(Italian) a tip
a man slave,or one bound to service without wages
a man slave, or one bound to service without wages
a woman who is a slave, or in bondage
a kind of antelope
a large fish of the mackerel family
a goblin, a bugbear, an object of special dread
a goblin, a bugbear, an object of special dread
a goblin, a bugbear, an object of special dread
a bogeyman
an insect that eats books
a scholar, a student
a shelf for books
a hydrated sodium borate
a relish made of mullet or tunny roe
a groove on a tapeworm
one who lives in a bothy
a Greek long-necked lute
a Greek long-necked lute
an archer
a communication trench
a small sketch of a projected sculpture
an old Italian measure of length
(Hebrew) a blessing
the upper arm
a man in charge of a brake or brakes
a pithead winch operator
a gill, a respiratory organ for breathing the air in water
a thug, a hired assassin
bravura
bregma
brideman
bridesman
brinkman
bris
bravure
bregmata
bridemen
bridesmen
brinkmen
brisses
broadleaf
bronchium
bronchus
brother
brucella
bubkes
bubo
bucko
bucktooth
buffa
buffalo
buffo
bulla
bullosa
bunde
bupkes
bupkes
bupkus
bureau
bursa
bus
bushelman
bushman
bushwoman
busman
buttinski
buttyman
buzuki
by
byreman
byrewoman
byssus
cabaletta
cabas
cabman
cactus
cacumen
cadeau
caduceus
caecum
caesura
cafetorium
broadleaves
bronchia
bronchi
brethren
brucellae
buboes
buckoes
buckteeth
buffe
buffaloes
buffi
bullae
bureaux
bursae
busses
bushelmen
bushmen
bushwomen
busmen
buttinskies
buttymen
buzukia
bys
byremen
byrewomen
byssi
cabalette
cabmen
cacti
cacumina
cadeaux
caducei
caeca
caesurae
cafetoria
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spirit and dash in execution
the junction of the coronal and sagittal sutures of the skull
a male equivalent of a bridesmaid
a male equivalent of a bridesmaid
a person who practises brinkmanship
a Jewish circumcision rite; BRISES is valid as the plural of
BRISE
(a tree) having broad leaves
a middle-sized bronchial tube
one of the subdivisions of the trachea or windpipe
a male sibling
a bacteria
(Yiddish) a very small amount
a plague boil
a swaggerer, a domineering bully
any tooth that juts out
a comic actress
any of several wild Asiatic oxen of the genus Bubalus
a comic actor
a round seal attached to a papal bull
a genetic skin disorder
a German federation or league
(Yiddish) a very small amount
(Yiddish) a very small amount
(Yiddish) a very small amount
a writing-desk with drawers for papers etc
any sac or saclike cavity
a road vehicle for transporting many passengers
a tailor's assistant for repairing garments
a settler or traveller in the bush
a woman living in the African or Australian bush
a bus operator
a person given to butting in, a troublesome meddler
a chum, comrade esp in a coalmine
a Greek long necked lute
a pass in certain card games
a man who tends cattle
a woman who tends cattle
a filamentous tuft by which molluscs attach themselves
a kind of operatic song
(Fr.) a woman's work-basket.
one who drives a cab
a succulent plant of the family Cactaceae
a top or point
a present
a Greek or Roman herald's wand
any structure that ends in a bag or sac
a pause in a poem or a song
a room designed for use as both cafe and auditorium
cajon
calamanco
calamus
calathos
calathus
calcaneum
calcaneus
calcar
calculus
cajones
calamancoes
calami
calathi
calathi
calcanea
calcanei
calcaria
calculi
caldarium
calf
calico
caligo
calix
callais
calvarium
calx
calyculus
calypso
calyx
calzone
camaieu
cambium
camera
caldaria
calves
calicoes
caligoes
calices
callaides
calvaria
calces
calyculi
calypsoes
calyces
calzoni
camaieux
cambia
camerae
cameraman
camisado
cameramen
camisadoes
campagna
campanile
campo
candyman
canful
cannula
canoeman
cantharis
cantharus
canthus
canula
canzone
capitano
capitellum
capitulum
capo
capriccio
caput
carcinoma
campagne
campanili
campi
candymen
cansful
cannulae
canoemen
cantharides
canthari
canthi
canulae
canzoni
capitani
capitella
capitula
capi
capricci
capita
carcinomata
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a steep canyon
a glossy woolen stuff, plain, striped, or checked
a quill or reed used as a pen
a vase-shaped Ancient Greek basket, carried on the head
a vase-shaped Ancient Greek basket, carried on the head
one of the bones of the tarsus
one of the bones of the tarsus
a spur-like projection; a furnace or oven for annealing
a stone-like concretion that forms in certain vessels of the
body (CALCULI); a branch of mathematics
(CALCULUSES)
a hot room in a Roman bath-house
a young cow (CALVES); the skin of a calf, calfskin (CALFS)
a plain white cotton cloth
dimness or obscurity of sight
(Lat.) a cup; esp. an ecclesiastical chalice
a green stone bead ornament from the early bronze age
the upper skull
the substance of a metal or mineral left after strong heating
a cuplike structure
a West Indian ballad dealing with topical events
the outer covering of a flower
a folded over pizza
a cameo
soft tissue found in trees
a judge's private camera (CAMERAE); a device for taking
photographs (CAMERAS)
one who works with a camera
a shirt worn by soldiers over their uniform, in order to be
able to recognize one another in a night attack
an open tract of country; especially the Campagna di Roma
a freestanding bell tower on church property
an area of open grassland in S America
a drug-pusher
the contents of a can
a narrow tube for removing fluid from bodily cavities
a canoeist
a kind of beetle
a large two-handled drinking-cup
the angle between the eyelids at the corner of the eye
a narrow tube for removing fluid from bodily cavities
a song resembling a madrigal but less strict
a head-man
the capitulum of the humerus
a type of inflorescence in which there are many florets
the head of a branch of the Mafia
a kind of free composition in music
the head
a cancer
cardia
carex
cargoose
carina
caritas
carman
carolus
carpale
carpus
caryatid
caryopsis
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caseman
casino
castellum
castrato
casus
catabasis
catafalco
catalexis
catalo
catalysis
cardiae
carices
cargeese
carinae
caritates
carmen
caroli
carpalia
carpi
caryatides
caryopses
caryopsides
casemen
casini
castella
castrati
catabases
catafalcoes
catalexes
cataloes
catalyses
catena
catharsis
cathedra
cathexis
cattalo
cattleman
cauda
caudex
cauf
cauliculus
caulis
causa
cavatina
caveman
cavetto
cecum
cella
cellarman
cello
celom
cembalo
cementum
cens
catenae
catharses
cathedrae
cathexes
cattaloes
cattlemen
caudae
caudices
cauves
cauliculi
caules
causae
cavatine
cavemen
cavetti
ceca
cellae
cellarmen
celli
celomata
cembali
cementa
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the heart
a genus of plants, the sedges
the crested grebe
a keel-shaped ridge on a bird's breast
love, charity
a carter
an obsolete English gold coin
a bone of the wrist
the part between the forearm and the metacarpus
(Greek) a draped female figure supporting an entablature
a one-seeded indehiscent fruit having the pericarp fused to
the seed-coat, as in wheat and maize
a compositor
a gambling establishment
a small Roman fort
a male singer castrated in boyhood
an event; an occurrence; a combination of circumstances
the decline of a disease in a population
a temporary tomb used in funerals and processions
the condition of lacking one syllable in the last foot
a cross between domestic cattle and N American bison
alteration in speed of chemical reaction due to introduction
of a substance which remains unchanged
a chain or connected series of things
a natural or artificial purgation
the chair or throne of office of a bishop or other high official
the investment of emotional energy in a thought or idea
a cross between domestic cattle and N. American bison
one who raises cattle
the area behind an animal's anus
the stem of a tree, esp. a stem without a branch, as of a palm
a coal-miner's basket
a stem supporting the volutes in the Corinthian capital
a stem which bears leaves, and may bear flowers
a (legal) cause
a short operatic air
a cave dweller
a concave moulding
the blind gut
the inner chamber of a classical temple
a person responsible for a cellar
a stringed musical instrument
a fluid-filled cavity within the body of an animal
a harpsichord
the hard tissue covering the roots of the teeth
(Fr.) a nominal annual payment given to the owner of an
estate or property in recognition of his or her title
the monetary unit of Lithuania
a copper coin of Italy and Spain equivalent to a centime
centesis
cento
centrum
centu
centumvir
centeses
centones
centra
centumviri
cercaria
cercus
cerebellum
cerebrum
cervelas
cervix
cestos
cestus
cesura
chablis
chaco
chador
chaeta
chainman
chairman
chalah
chalaza
chalazion
challah
cercariae
cerci
cerebella
cerebra
cervices
cestoi
cesti
cesurae
chacoes
chadri
chaetae
chainmen
chairmen
chalot chaloth
chalazae
chalazia
challot
challoth
chalutzim
chamoix
chamoix
chapeaux
chapmen
charismata
charmonia
charwomen
chateaux
chazanim
chazzanim
chazzenim
chechakoes
chadarim
chedarim
cheechakoes
cheechalkoes
chelae
chalutz
chamois
chamois
chapeau
chapman
charisma
charmonium
charwoman
chassis
chateau
chazan
chazzan
chazzen
chechako
cheder
cheechako
cheechalko
chela
cherub
chessman
cherubim
cherubims
chessmen
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a surgical puncture, usually for diagnostic purposes
a poem manufactured from passages of other poems
the major part of a vertebra
a Lithuanian monetary unit
in Rome, one of a court of about one hundred judges chosen
to try civil suits
the larval form of a trematode worm
a tail-like appendage
the lower posterior part of the brain
the front and larger part of the brain
a type of French sausage, seasoned with garlic
(Lat.) the neck of the womb
a girdle in classical mythology, esp that of Aphrodite
a girdle in classical mythology, esp that of Aphrodite
a pause in a poem or a song
(Fr.) a white wine made near Chablis, a town in France.
the hat usually worn by members of a marching band
the large veil worn by Muslim women
a stiff bristle characteristic of annelids
an assistant to a surveyor
one who presides; CHAIRMANS is valid as verb form
braided egg bread for Shabbat and holidays
the base of the ovule
a swollen, inflamed sebaceous gland in the eyelid
braided egg bread for Shabbat and holidays
an early immigrant to Israel, who worked the first kibbutzim
a deerlike animal found in the Alps
a goatlike antelope found in the alps
a hat
a peddler
a personal quality of leadership arousing popular loyalty
a particle containing an antiquark and a charm quark
a woman hired to clean rooms in offices or houses
(Fr.) the structural framework of a motor car
a castle
a cantor in a synagogue
a cantor in a synagogue
a cantor in a synagogue
a tenderfoot
a religious lesson, or the place where it is held
a tenderfoot
a tenderfoot
the claw of an arthropod (CHELAE); a Buddhist disciple
(CHELAS)
a lower order of angel; CHERUBIM is also used as a singular
with pl CHERUBIMS
one of the pieces used in chess
chiao
chiarezza
chiasma
chiasmus
chiarezze
chiasmata
chiasmi
child
chinaman
children
chirren childer
chinamen
chinese
chivari
chiz
chloasma
chlorosis
choana
choirman
chondroma
chondrus
choragus
chorda
choregus
choreman
choriambus
chorion
chorisis
chou
chrismon
chromidium
chrysalis
chumash
chivaries
chizzes
chloasmata
chloroses
choanae
choirmen
chondromata
chondri
choragi
chordae
choregi
choremen
choriambi
choria
chorises
choux
chrisma
chromidia
chrysalides
chumashim
chuppah
chuppot
chuppoth
churchmen
ciabatte
ciboria
cicadae
cicale
cicatrices
ciceroni
cicisbei
cilia
cimices
cineraria
cingula
cippi
cirrhoses
cirri
churchman
chylde
ciabatta
ciborium
cicada
cicala
cicatrix
cicerone
cicisbeo
cilium
cimex
cinerarium
cingulum
cippus
cirrhosis
cirrus
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purity, clarity
a commissure; especially the union of the optic nerves
the inversion of order of corresponding elements of two
parallel phrases
an offspring; CHILDS is valid as a verb. CHIRREN and
CHILDER are dialect
a ball bowled by a left-handed bowler to a right-handed
batsman that spins from off to leg
a Chinese meal
a cacophonous mock-serenade performed for a wedding
(Sl.) a cheat, a swizz
a type of cutaneous affection
a wasting disease typically affecting young women
a funnel-shaped opening
one who sings in a choir
a benign cartilaginous growth
a cartilage
the leader of the chorus in ancient Greek drama
any stringlike structure in the body
the financial backer in ancient Greece, usually of a play
a menial worker
a metrical foot comprising a trochee and an iambus
the outer foetal envelope
multiplication of parts by branching or splitting
a cabbage, a cream bun
a Christian monogram
an algal cell in a lichen
a pupa enclosed in a firm case or cocoon
(Hebrew) a printed book containing one of the Five Books
of Moses. Note also CHUMASHES
(Hebrew) a wedding canopy. Note also CHUPPAHS
a clergyman or ecclesiastic
a youth of gentle birth, esp in ballads
Italian bread made with olive oil
a freestanding canopy to cover an altar
an insect like a grasshopper
a cicada
the scar of a healed wound, burn, etc
a guide escorting tourists, sightseers
a professed gallant of a married woman
a hair-like lash borne by a cell
(Lat.) a bed-bug
a place to receive the ashes of the dead
a girdle or girdle-like structure
a small column used to mark a burial location
a disease of the liver caused by alcoholism
a type of cloud
cisco
cisterna
clansman
clarino
claro
classman
claustrum
clausula
clavis
clavus
cleavers
clergyman
clinoaxis
clitellum
clitoris
clivers
cloaca
clubfoot
clubman
clubwoman
clypeus
cnemis
cnida
coachman
coagulum
coalman
cobloaf
coccidium
coccus
coccyx
cochlea
cockleman
cocksman
codex
coenobium
coenurus
cognomen
colby
colchicum
collegium
colliculus
colloquium
colluvies
colluvium
collyrium
coloboma
colobus
colonus
colorman
ciscoes
cisternae
clansmen
clarini
claroes
classmen
claustra
clausulae
claves
clavi
clergymen
clinoaxes
clitella
clitorides
cloacae
clubfeet
clubmen
clubwomen
clypei
cnemides
cnidae
coachmen
coagula
coalmen
cobloaves
coccidia
cocci
coccyges
cochleae
cocklemen
cocksmen
codices
coenobia
coenuri
cognomina
colbys
colchica
collegia
colliculi
colloquia
colluvia
collyria
colobomata
colobi
coloni
colormen
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a N. American lake fish
a sac or space containing e.g. cerebrospinal fluid
a member of a clan
a reed stop in an organ
a light-coloured, mild cigar
one who has gained honours of a certain class at Oxford
a thin lamina of gray matter in the brain of man
a short clause in Latin prose
a key; hence a clue or aid in solving problems
a horny thickening of skin
goose-grass
one who works for the church
in crystallography, the clinodiagonal
in annelids, a swelling of the body towards the head
a small erectile part of the female genitals
goose-grass
a sewer
a deformed foot
a male member of a club
a female member of a club
the frontal plate of the head of an insect
the shin or tibia
one of the peculiar stinging cells found in Coelenterata
one who drives a coach or carriage
a coagulated mass esp of blood
one who delivers coal
a rounded loaf
a parasitic protozoan of the order Coccidia
one of the separable carpels of a dry fruit
the tailbone
an appendage of the labyrinth of the internal ear
a cockle fisherman
a man reputed to be extremely virile
(Lat.) a book; a manuscript
a religious community; a colony of unicellular organisms
the larval stage of a tapeworm
a family name
a type of cheese; note also COLBIES
a genus of plants including the meadow saffron
a college of cardinals
a small prominence, as on the surface of the optic lobe
a conference, a seminar
accumulated filth; foul discharge
a mixture of rock fragments
an eye-salve or eyewash
a fissure of the eye or eyelid
a genus of monkey
a freeborn serf
a sportscaster
colossus
colourman
coma
colossi
colourmen
comae
comatula
combi
comedo
comma
comatulae
combies
comedones
commata
commando
compas
compendium
compluvium
conarium
conatus
concentus
conceptus
concerto
concetto
conch
concha
concours
condo
condor
conductus
condyloma
conferva
confetto
congius
congo
conidium
coniosis
conman
consortium
contadina
contadino
contagium
continuum
contorno
contralto
conus
conwoman
copula
corallum
coranto
coremium
corf
corium
cormidium
commandoes
compendia
compluvia
conaria
concepti
concerti
concetti
conches
conchae
condoes
condores
conducti
condylomata
confervae
confetti
congii
congoes
conidia
conioses
conmen
consortia
contadine
contadini
contagia
continua
contorni
contralti
coni
conwomen
copulae
coralla
corantoes
coremia
corves
coria
cormidia
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a person or organization of gigantic power and influence
a person who prepares or sells paints
a spherical cloud of material surrounding the head of a comet
(COMAE); an unconscious state (COMAS)
a crinoid of the genus Antedon and related genera
a device having more than one function
a blackhead
a fragment of a few words or feet in ancient prosody
(COMMATA); a punctuation mark (COMMAS)
a specialist assault soldier
a rhythm in flamenco
an assortment, a varied collection
a space left unroofed over the court of a Roman dwelling
the pineal gland
a natural impulse or tendency
a harmony or concord of voices
the products of conception
a type of musical composition
an ingenious expression, a witticism
a kind of shell; CONCHS is used if pronounced CONK
the plain semidome of an apse
(Fr.) a competition, a contest
(short for) condominium
a coin of Chile (CONDORES); a bird (CONDORS)
a style of metrical Latin song of the 12th and 13th century
a wart-like growth in private parts
any of a large group of simple freshwater green algae
a bonbon
an ancient unit of liquid measure
a kind of black Chinese tea
a reproductive cell in fungi
an infection caused by dust inhalation
a confidence trickster
an association formed for commercial purposes
a (female) Italian peasant
an Italian peasant
contagious matter
a continuous extent
a contour, an outline of a figure
the part sung by the highest male or lowest female voices
a type of ventricle in mammals
a female confidence trickster
a word which unites the subject and predicate
the coral or skeleton of a zoophyte
a rapid, lively dance
an organ of certain fungi
a coal-miner's basket
a leather armour
an aggregation of polyps in a colonial marine hydrozoan
cornea
cornerman
corneae
cornermen
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corniculum
corno
cornu
cornetti
cornicula
corni
cornua
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corps
corpsman
corpus
cortex
cortile
coryphaeus
cosmesis
costa
coteau
cothurnus
cotta
cotyle
coulis
couranto
couteau
cowlstaff
cowman
coxa
coxitis
coz
cracksman
craftsman
cragsman
crambo
cranium
crasis
credendum
creepmouse
crescendo
crewman
cribellum
crimen
crisis
crissum
crista
criterion
crocus
croquis
crotalum
crowfoot
coronae
corpsmen
corpora
cortices
cortili
coryphaei
cosmeses
costae
coteaux
cothurni
cottae
cotylae
courantoes
couteaux
cowlstaves
cowmen
coxae
coxitides
cozzes
cracksmen
craftsmen
cragsmen
cramboes
crania
crases
credenda
creepmice
crescendi
crewmen
cribella
crimina
crises
crissa
cristae
criteria
croci
crotala
crowfeet
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a transparent hard material protecting the eyeball
the man at the end of the row in a negro-minstrel
performance
an old woodwind instrument
a small hornlike part or process
the French horn
a horn-shaped process on the thyroid cartilage or certain
bones; CORNUS is valid as a noun in its own right
a small circle of light sometimes seen round the sun
a military formation consisting of two or more divisions
an enlisted man trained in first aid
a body eg of literary works
the outer layer of certain organs, esp. of the brain
an enclosed courtyard
the leader of a chorus
preservation of bodily beauty, especially of face
a rib of an animal or a human being
uplands; higher ground of a region
a buskin
a short surplice
an ancient Greek drinking-cup
(Fr.) a thin puree of fish, fowl, fruit or vegetables
an old dance with a gliding step
a knife; a dagger
a staff on which a vessel is supported between two persons
one who looks after cows
the first joint of the leg of an insect or crustacean
inflammation of hip
(Arch.) cousin; COZES exists from COZE
a safe-breaker
one who has a craft
a person skilled in rock-climbing
a rhyming game; doggerel
the skull
the melding of two vowels into a diphthong
a thing to be believed
a tickling game played with small children
with a gradual increase in loudness
a member of a crew
a sieve-like spinning organ of certain spiders
crime, as in crimen falsi, the crime of perjury
a crucial turning point
on a bird, feathers covering the underside of the tail
a ridge or fold resembling a crest
a means or standard of judging
a kind of flower
(Fr.) an outline or rough sketch
a clapper or castanet used in ancient religious rites
a flowering plant
crowsfoot
cruor
crus
crusado
crusta
crowsfeet
cruores
crura
crusadoes
crustae
crux
cruzado
ctenidium
cubiculum
cubitus
culex
culpa
culmen
cultus
cumulus
cuneus
cupful
cupman
cupula
curia
curriculum
cursus
cuspis
cuticula
cuz
cyanosis
cyathium
cyathus
cyclops
cruces
cruzadoes
ctenidia
cubicula
cubiti
culices
culpae
culmina
culti
cumuli
cunei
cupsful
cupmen
cupulae
curiae
curricula
cursi
cuspides
cuticulae
cuzzes
cyanoses
cyathia
cyathi
cyclopes
cyclosis
cyesis
cylix
cyma
cymatium
cymbalo
cymbidium
cynomolgus
cypris
cypsela
cystitis
cytisus
cytolysis
cytotaxis
dactylus
dado
dago
daimon
cycloses
cyeses
cylices cylikes
cymae
cymatia
cymbaloes
cymbidia
cynomolgi
cyprides
cypselae
cystitides
cytisi
cytolyses
cytotaxes
dactyli
dadoes
dagoes
daimones
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a wrinkle at the side of the eye
(Lat.) a mass of coagulated blood; a blood-clot
a part of the leg
an old Portugese monetary unit
a piece prepared for inlaying; a hard coating > CRUSTAE;
CRUSTAS is the plural in the sense of the drink
the nub, the crucial point
the former monetary unit of Brazil
a comb-like respiratory gill of molluscs
a cubicle
an old measure of length
a genus of insects, including the mosquito
fault, blame
the top ridge of a bird's bill
a religious rite, a cult
a type of cloud
a small wedge-shaped structure in the cortex
the contents of a full cup
a boon companion
a cup-shaped anatomical structure
a papal court and its officials
a program of educational resources etc
an elongated prehistoric earthwork
a point e.g. the horn of the moon
the outer hard covering of an insect
(Obs.) cousin
a heart condition causing blueness of surface of body
the characteristic inflorescence of the spurges
an ancient Greek or Roman filling or measuring cup
a genus of crustaceans (CYCLOPS); a one-eyed monster
(CYCLOPES)
circulation
pregnancy
a shallow two-handled drinking-cup
an ogee moulding of the cornice
the topmost molding of a cornice
the dulcimer
a family of orchids
a type of macaque
any member of the cypris genus of ostracod crustaceans
the fruit of members of the daisy family
inflammation of the urinary tract
a plant of the broom genus
the dissolution of cells
movement of cells due to external stimulus
a leg joint of certain insects
a skirting-board
a Spaniard
an inward spirit, genius
dairyman
dalesman
darcy
databus
datum
dayan
daysman
deadman
deathsman
decahedron
decemvir
decennium
decidua
decubitus
dedans
dedendum
deer
definiens
degras
deixis
delf
delirium
delphinium
deltoideus
demos
denar
denarius
dentalium
deskman
desperado
detritus
deus
diaeresis
diagnosis
dialysis
diaphysis
diapyesis
diastema
diastasis
diathesis
diatretum
diazeuxis
diazo
dairymen
dalesmen
darcys
databusses
data
dayanim
daysmen
deadmen
deathsmen
decahedra
decemviri
decennia
deciduae
decubiti
dedenda
definientia
deixes
delves
deliria
delphinia
deltoidei
demoi
denari
denarii
dentalia
deskmen
desperadoes
dei di
diaereses
diagnoses
dialyses
diaphyses
diapyeses
diastemata
diastases
diatheses
diatreta
diazeuxes
diazoes
dibbuk
dibbukim
dibbukkim
dichasia
dictatrices
dicta
dichasium
dictatrix
dictum
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one who works in a dairy
one who lives in the dales
unit of rock permeability; note also DARCIES
a path for transferring data
a given fact
a senior rabbi
an umpire or arbiter; a mediator
a metal plate driven into snow for use as a belaying point
an executioner
a solid figure or body inclosed by ten plane surfaces
one of a body of ten magistrates in ancient Rome
a period of ten years
the inner layer of the wall of the uterus
posture in bed
(Fr.) the body of spectators at a court tennis match
the root of a gear tooth
a ruminant mammal; DEERS is unusual
(Lat.) a word or words used in a dictionary definition
a fat obtained from sheepskins
the use of words relating to the time and place of utterance
pottery made at the city of Delft in Holland
the state of being delirious
a garden flower
the deltoid muscle
the people
a monetary unit of Macedonia
a Roman coin
a genus of marine mollusks
one who works at a desk
a desperate fellow, an outlaw
waste or debris
a god
the separation or resolution of one syllable into two
the identification of a disease by means of its symptoms
separation by diffusion through a membranous partition
the shaft of a long bone
release or discharge of pus
the separation of two parts of a bone without fracture
the separation of two parts of a bone without fracture
a predisposition to a particular disease or condition
a predisposition to a particular disease or condition
the separation of two tetrachords by a whole tone
a compound of two nitrogen atoms and a hydrocarbon
radical
a dead person's soul inhabiting a living person
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a flower cluster
a female dictator
a saying
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dido
die
diegesis
dieresis
diesis
digenesis
dihedron
dildo
diluvium
dimbo
diminuendo
dingo
diploma
diplosis
diplozoon
dipsas
dipteros
directrix
discobolus
discobolos
discus
distaff
diuresis
djinni
doblon
dochmius
dodo
doggerman
dogma
dogman
didoes
dice
diegeses
diereses
dieses
digeneses
dihedra
dildoes
diluvia
dimboes
diminuendoes
dingoes
diplomata
diploses
diplozoa
dipsades
dipteroi
directrices
discoboli
disci
distaves
diureses
djinn ginn jinn
doblones
dochmii
dodoes
doggermen
dogmata
dogmen
dogtooth
dolichurus
dolium
dolos
domatium
domino
doomsman
doorman
doorsman
doorwoman
dormouse
dorsum
dosa
drachma
dogteeth
dolichuri
dolia
dolosse
domatia
dominoes
doomsmen
doormen
doorsmen
doorwomen
dormice
dorsa
dosai
drachmae
drachmai
draftsmen
dragomen
dragsmen
draftsman
dragoman
dragsman
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an antic, a caper
a stamp for metal; DICE also treated as singular: DICES
(in an oration) the narration of the facts
the separation or resolution of one syllable into two
in printing, a double dagger
the ability to alternate sexual and asexual reproduction
a figure with two sides or surfaces
an object serving as an erect penis substitute
a deposit of superficial loam, sand, gravel, stones, etc
a stupid person
a piece of music in a gradually diminishing manner
the Australian wild dog
a certificate
a method of chromosome formation
a kind of flatworm
a snake whose bite was believed to cause intense thirst
a building with a double peristyle or colonnade
a female director
a discus thrower
a discus thrower
a heavy thick-centred disc or plate thrown in athletic sports
the stick that holds the bunch of flax or wool in spinning
free excretion of urine
one of a class of spirits in Muslim theology
a former gold coin of Spain
a foot of five syllables
an extinct bird of Madagascar
a sailor belonging to a dogger
a settled opinion, a principle or belief
a person who directs the operation of a crane while riding on
the object being lifted
a canine tooth
a dactylic hexameter with a redundant syllable at the end
a Roman earthenware jar for grain, oil etc
the knucklebone of a sheep used by diviners
a plant structure that harbours mites
a garment worn to cover the head and shoulders
a judge; an umpire
a porter, a doorkeeper
a porter, a doorkeeper
a female doorman
any member of the Myoxidae, a family of rodents
the back
an Indian pancake
a Greek monetary unit
a person whose profession is to make drawings or plans
an interpreter or guide in Eastern countries
the driver of a drag or coach
drawknife
drayman
dromos
drongo
dry
dryad
duce
duello
duetto
dulosis
dumka
drawknives
draymen
dromoi
drongoes
drys
dryades
duci
duelli
duetti
duloses
dumky
duo
duodenum
duomo
dupondius
dustman
dutchman
duumvir
dux
dwarf
dybbuk
dui
duodena
duomi
dupondii
dustmen
dutchmen
duumviri
duces
dwarves
dybbukim
dybbukkim
ealdormen
earthmen
earthwolves
eaux
ecclesiae
eccrises
ecdyses
echidnae
echini
echoes
ecstases
ectases
ecthymata
ectozoa
eddoes
edemata
editrices
effluvia
eidola
eide
eightsmen
eikones
eisegeses
ekphrases
elenchi
elves
ealdorman
earthman
earthwolf
eau
ecclesia
eccrisis
ecdysis
echidna
echinus
echo
ecstasis
ectasis
ecthyma
ectozoon
eddo
edema
editrix
effluvium
eidolon
eidos
eightsman
eikon
eisegesis
ekphrasis
elenchus
elf
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a carpentry tool
the driver of a dray, esp a brewer's driver
a Greek race-course; an entrance or subterranean passage
idiot
a political right-winger; DRIES is valid as a verb form
a wood-nymph
a leader
a duel, duelling
a composition for two
slavery practiced by animals, especially ants
(Czech) a musical piece alternating between lively and
sorrowful moods
two people considered a pair for a specific reason
the first portion of the small intestine
a cathedral
a Roman coin
a trashman
something used to hide structural defects
one of two men sharing same office
a leader
a very small person
a dead person's soul inhabiting a living person
a chief magistrate in Anglo-Saxon England
an inhabitant of earth
a hyena-like African mammal, aka aardwolf
water
the public legislative assembly of the Athenians
expulsion of waste matter
the act of molting or shedding an outer cuticular layer
a kind of anteater
a carved molding just below the abacus of a Doric capital
a reflected sound
ecstasy
the lengthening of a syllable from short to long
a type of cutaneous eruption
a parasite on the body of an animal
an African tuber
a swelling produced by the accumulation of fluid
a female editor
an invisible emanation; an offensive exhalation or smell
a phantom, an image
an essence
one of a crew or team of eight
a (religious) icon
the interpretation of a text by reading into it one's own ideas
a description of a work of art as rhetorical exercise
refutation; esp one in syllogistic form
a fairly-like being; ELFS is valid as a verb form
ellipsis
ellipses
eluvium
elytrum
emacs
emblema
embolus
emerita
eluvia
elytra
emacsen
emblemata
emboli
emeritae
emeritus
emesis
emlets
emphasis
emphlysis
emporium
emptysis
empyema
empyesis
encephalon
enclisis
encomium
endameba
endamoeba
endeixis
endleaf
endomixis
endosteum
endozoon
endysis
enema
enigma
enosis
ens
entameba
entasis
enteritis
enteron
entozoon
entremes
entremets
enuresis
ephebos
ephebus
ephelis
ephemera
ephemeris
ephor
epibiosis
emeriti
emeses
emphases
emphlyses
emporia
emptyses
empyemata
empyeses
encephala
enclises
encomia
endamebae
endamoebae
endeixes
endleaves
endomixes
endostea
endozoa
endyses
enemata
enigmata
enoses
entia
entamebae
entases
enteritides
entera
entozoa
enureses
epheboi
ephebi
ephelides
ephemerae
ephemerides
ephori
epibioses
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a figure of syntax by which a word or words are left out and
merely implied
an accumulation of rock debris
one of the anterior pair of wings in beetles
a powerful computer program for editing text
a carved or mounted ornament in relief
a clot obstructing a blood vessel
a (female) person retired with an honorary title from an
office
a (male) person retired with an honorary title from an office
the act of vomiting
as in blood-drop emlets, a Chilean flower
special significance imparted to something
a vesicular eruption
a shop, esp one that sells unusual or fancy goods
the spitting up of blood
a collection of blood or pus in some cavity of the body
an eruption of pustules
the brain
the state of being an enclitic
glowing and warmly enthusiastic praise
a parasitic amoeba
a parasitic amoeba
an indication
an endpaper
in protozoa, a nuclear reorganization without conjugation
the internal periosteum
an internal parasite
the formation of new layers of integument after ecdysis
a fluid injected into the rectum
a riddle, a puzzle
political union, esp. that proposed between greece and cyprus
an entity
an amoeba that causes amoebic dysentery
a swelling on columns to counteract an illusion of concavity
inflammation of the intestines
a body-cavity in coelenterates
an intestinal worm
edible pastry sculpture served between main courses
edible pastry sculpture served between main courses
uncontrollable urination
a young adult Greek
a young adult Greek
a freckle or mole
an insect of the mayfly genus
a table of the positions of celestial bodies at different times
one of a body of five magistrates in ancient Sparta
any relationship between two organisms where one grows on
the other but is not parasitic
epicalyx
epicanthus
epicardium
epicedium
epicentrum
epiclesis
epicranium
epicrisis
epifauna
epigonus
epilimnion
epimysium
epinaos
epineurium
epiphysis
epistasis
epistaxis
episternum
epitasis
epitaxis
epitheca
epithelium
epithema
epithesis
epizeuxis
epizoon
epulis
epyllion
equisetum
eremurus
erf
erg
eringo
erotesis
erratum
eruv
epicalyces
epicanthi
epicardia
epicedia
epicentra
epicleses
epicrania
epicrises
epifaunae
epigoni
epilimnia
epimysia
epinaoi
epineuria
epiphyses
epistases
epistaxes
episterna
epitases
epitaxes
epithecae
epithelia
epithemata
epitheses
epizeuxes
epizoa
epulides
epyllia
equiseta
eremuri
erven
areg
eringoes
eroteses
errata
eruvim eruvin
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eryngo
escalado
escapado
esophagus
esthesis
ethnos
etymon
eucalyptus
eulogia
euripus
everyman
excerptum
eryngoes
escaladoes
escapadoes
esophagi
estheses
ethne
etyma
eucalypti
eulogiae
euripi
everymen
excerpta
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bracts close to and resembling the calyx
a fold of skin over the inner canthus of the eye
the outer surface of the heart
an epicede, a funeral ode
the focus of an earthquake
the act of calling on the holy spirit to consecrate the eucharist
the collection of structures covering the cranium
a secondary crisis occurring in the course of a disease
the class of animals that inhabit river and sea beds
an inferior imitator of a creative thinker or artist
the upper, warm layer of water in a lake
a fibrous sheet enclosing a muscle
a rear vestibule
the connective tissue framework and sheath of a nerve
any portion of a bone having its own centre of ossification
an interaction of genes that are not alleles
bleeding from the nose
a median bone connected with the sternum
the part of the play developing the main action
part of a play in which the main action develops
the outer layer of the cell wall of a diatom
the outer skin and cover for most internal organs
a group of water-secreting cells in some leaves
the addition of one or more letters to a word
the immediate repetition of a word for emphasis
a parasitic invertebrate
a hard tumor developed from the gums
a poem with some resemblance to an epic but shorter
a horsetail
a flower, the foxtail lily
a small garden plot
an area of shifting sands (AREG); a unit of work (ERGS)
sea holly
a rhetorical question
an error; ERRATA can also be a singular: ERRATAS
an area within which certain activities forbidden to Orthodox
Jews on the Sabbath are permitted
a plant of the genus Eryngium, sea holly
the scaling of walls of a fortress by ladders
an escaped evil-doer; an escapade
the portion of the gut which connects pharynx and stomach
the ability to receive sense impressions
a group of people sharing a common culture
an earlier word form
a large Australian tree
a blessing; holy bread
an arm of the sea with strong currents
the hero of an old morality play, representing mankind
an excerpt
exciseman
executrix
exedra
exegesis
exemplum
exhedra
exies
exodos
exordium
exosmosis
exosporium
exostosis
extremum
exuvium
eyetooth
eyrir
fabliau
faceman
facia
facies
factum
facula
fagotto
falaj
falcula
falx
famulus
fandango
farmwife
farrago
fasces
fascia
fasciculus
fascio
fascis
fascismo
fascista
fatso
fauces
fauna
faunula
fecula
fedayee
fehm
feis
fellah
fellatrix
fellowman
excisemen
executrices
exedrae
exegeses
exempla
exhedrae
exodoi
exordia
exosmoses
exosporia
exostoses
extrema
exuvia
eyeteeth
aurar
fabliaux
facemen
faciae
facta
faculae
fagotti
aflaj
falculae
falces
famuli
fandangoes
farmwives
farragoes
fasciae
fasciculi
fasci
fasces
fascismi
fascisti
fatsoes
faunae
faunulae
feculae
fedayeen
fehme
feiseanna
fellaheen
fellahin
fellatrices
fellowmen
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an officer charged with collecting excise duty
a woman exercising the functions of an executor
a semicircular bench beside an episcopal throne
an explanation or critical interpretation of a text
a short story or anecdote with a moral
a semicircular bench beside an episcopal throne
(Scots) a fit, e g of hysterics or the ague
a concluding dramatic scene
a beginning or introduction to a composition
osmosis outwards, i.e. away from the solution
the outermost layer of spores of certain bacilli
any protuberance of a bone which is not natural
a maximum or minimum of a mathematical function
the moulted covering of an animal
one of the canine teeth directly under or next to the eye
a monetary unit of Iceland
one of the metrical tales of the Trouveres
a worker at the coal-face
a nameplate or sign above shop
(Lat.) facial expression as a symptom; general aspect
a statement of the facts of a case being considered
an unusually bright spot on the sun's surface
the bassoon
a water-channel
a curved and sharp-pointed claw
the sickle-shaped fold of the dura mater in the brain
an assistant, especially to a magician or a scholar
a lively Spanish dance
a farmer's spouse
a confused collection, a mixture
(Lat.) a bundle of rods with an axe, symbolising authority
a band of color
a little bundle; a fascicle
an organized political group or club
a bundle of rods with an axe used to symbolise authority
the form of government in Italy from 1922-1943
fascist, the Fascist party
a fat person
the narrow passage from the mouth to the pharynx
the animal life of a region
the fauna of a small single environment
a fine flour usually extracted from potatoes
an Arab commando, esp one in the conflict against Israel
a mediaeval German court
an Irish legal assembly
a peasant esp in Egypt
a female who commits fellatio
a human being like oneself
feminie
femur
fenestra
fenks
fenman
feria
fermata
ferryman
ferula
fetialis
fez
fianchetto
fiasco
fibrilla
fibroma
fibrosis
fibula
fico
fieldmouse
fieldsman
filaria
filius
filopodium
filum
fimbria
finks
finnesko
finnsko
finsko
fioritura
fireman
firewoman
fisherfolk
fisherman
fishwife
fistula
flabellum
flagellum
flagman
flagstaff
flambeau
flamen
flamingo
flatfoot
flocculus
floccus
flora
florula
femora
fenestrae
fenmen
feriae
fermate
ferrymen
ferulae
fetiales
fezzes
fianchettoes
fianchetti
fiascoes fiaschi
fibrillae
fibromata
fibroses
fibulae
ficoes
fieldmice
fieldsmen
filariae
filii
filopodia
fila
fimbriae
fioriture
firemen
firewomen
fishermen
fishwives
fistulae
flabella
flagella
flagmen
flagstaves
flambeaux
flamines
flamingoes
flatfeet
flocculi
flocci
florae
florulae
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women collectively
the thigh-bone
a translucent spot eg on an insect's wing
the refuse of whale blubber, used as a manure
one native to the fens of East Anglia
a weekday of the church calendar with no feast
a pause in music
one who operates a ferry
an instrument used to punish children
a kind of priest in ancient Rome
a red brimless cap of wool or felt
in chess, the development of bishop on the N2 diagonal
a complete failure > FIASCOES); a wine bottle > FIASCHI
a minute thread of fiber
a tumour consisting mainly of fibrous tissue
inflammation of the nerve fibres
a bone of the leg; a brooch in the shape of a safety pin
a worthless trifle
a mouse which lives in woodland
a fielder (cricket or baseball)
a parasitic worm
(Latin) a son
a threadlike pseudopodium consisting of ectoplasm
a threadlike anatomical structure
a fringe, or fringed border
the refuse of whale blubber, used as a manure
(Norwegian) a reindeer-skin boot with the hair on
(Norwegian) a reindeer-skin boot with the hair on
(Norwegian) a reindeer-skin boot with the hair on
a florid embellishment introduced into a melody
a man whose business is to extinguish fires in towns
a female firefighter
people who fish especially for a living
one who catches fish
a woman who sells fish
an abnormal duct to the body surface or to another cavity
a fan carried by the pope
a whip, a whip-like organ
one who makes signals with a flag
a pole for displaying a flag
a flaming torch
a priest of a Roman deity
a long-legged tropical bird
a policeman; FLATFOOTS is valid as a verb form
a small flock, tuft or flake
the tuft of hair terminating the tail of mammals
the plant life of a region
the flora of a single small environment
flugelman
fluorosis
flyby
flyleaf
flyman
focus
foederatus
foeman
fogman
foilsman
folium
folklife
follis
fomes
fonticulus
footman
foramen
forceps
forefoot
forehoof
foreman
foretooth
forewoman
forgeman
forkful
formula
fornix
forum
forza
forzando
forzato
fossa
flugelmen
fluoroses
flybys
flyleaves
flymen
foci
foederati
foemen
fogmen
foilsmen
folia
folklives
folles
fomites
fonticuli
footmen
foramina
forcipes
forefeet
forehooves
foremen
foreteeth
forewomen
forgemen
forksful
formulae
fornices
fora
forze
forzandi
forzati
fossae
fossula
fovea
foveola
fractus
fraenum
franglais
frate
fraudsman
freedman
freeman
freewoman
frenulum
frenum
fresco
freshman
fricando
fossulae
foveae
foveolae
fracti
fraena
frati
fraudsmen
freedmen
freemen
freewomen
frenula
frena
frescoes
freshmen
fricandoes
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the lead soldier for a company
an abnormal condition due to excess fluoride
a flight at low altitude or close range
a blank leaf at the beginning or end of a book
the driver of a fly
a point at which rays or waves (of light, heat etc) converge
a conquered enemy of Rome
an enemy in war
a person who sets railway fog-signals
a fencer
a leaf, lamina or lamella
the traditions and activities of a certain population
a coin of ancient Rome
(Lat.) a substance capable of carrying infection
the depression just over the top of the breastbone
a soldier who marches and fights on foot
a small opening, perforation, or orifice
a pair of pincers, usually held in one hand
one of the front feet of a quadruped
the hoof of a forefoot
the first or chief man
a front tooth
a woman overseer
a skilled smith
the contents of a fork
a prescribed or set form
(Lat.) a structure resembling an arch e.g. in the brain
a marketplace; a place for discussion
force
a musical direction
with sudden emphasis
the depression in which the nostril is located (FOSSAE); a
Madagascan animal (FOSSAS)
a small depression or groove
a depression or pit
a small depression
a ragged cloud
a connecting fold of membrane
(Fr.) a mixture of French and English
a friar, a mendicant Franciscan
a person involved in criminal fraud
a man who has been a slave and has been freed
one not a slave or vassal
a woman who is free or enjoys liberty
a small stiff hair on the hindwings of some insects
a ligament restraining the motion of a part of the body
painting on fresh, moist plaster
a newcomer; a fresher
a ragout or fricassee of veal
fris
-
frogman
frontman
frustum
frutex
fucus
fugleman
fulcrum
fumado
fumatorium
fumetto
fumulus
fundus
fungo
fungus
funiculus
funnyman
furca
furcula
fusarium
fusuma
gadman
gadsman
gagman
gaijin
galea
gambado
gambo
gamesman
gammadion
gammation
ganglion
gangsman
garageman
garda
gas
gasman
gasthaus
gastritis
gastrula
gateau
gateman
gavelman
gazabo
gazebo
gecko
gelsemium
gemma
frogmen
frontmen
frusta
frutices
fuci
fuglemen
fulcra
fumadoes
fumatoria
fumetti
fumuli
fundi
fungoes
fungi
funiculi
funnymen
furcae
furculae
fusaria
gadmen
gadsmen
gagmen
galeae
gambadoes
gamboes
gamesmen
gammadia
gammatia
ganglia
gangsmen
garagemen
gardai
gasses
gasmen
gasthauser
gastritides
gastrulae
gateaux
gatemen
gavelmen
gazaboes
gazeboes
geckoes
gelsemia
gemmae
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the quick dance movement of a Hungarian csardas; FRISES
exists as the plural of FRISE
a person equipped for extended underwater swimming
one who fronts e.g. a show
the part of a solid formed by cutting off the top
a plant having a woody, durable stem, but less than a tree
a genus of seaweed
the lead soldier for a company
the prop or support on which a lever pivots
a salted and smoked fish, as the pilchard
a place for smoking or fumigation
a cartoon or comic strip
a thin cloud
the inner surface farthest from the opening (as in the eye)
a fly ball hit to a fielder for practice in baseball
any of a division of organisms including mushrooms
the umbilical cord
a comedian
any forklike structure esp in insects
the jointed clavicles of a bird, the wishbone
a type of fungus
a Japanese sliding door
a person who drives horses at the plough
a person who drives horses at the plough
one who writes jokes
a Japanese term for a foreigner
a helmet-shaped structure
a prance, caper
a Welsh farm cart
a player of games
a figure comprised of capital gammas
a figure comprised of capital gammas
a nerve centre, a collection of cells
the foreman of a gang
one who works at a garage
an Irish policeman
a state of matter
one who works with gas
a small German hotel
inflammation of the stomach
an embryo at the stage in which it forms a two-layered cup
a cake
a gate keeper
a tenant holding land in gavelkind
a fellow
a summer-house
any lizard of the family Geckonidae
a genus of climbing plants
a bud from which a new plant can grow
gemman
generale
genesis
genetrix
genitrix
genius
genizah
gentleman
genu
genus
geognosis
geotaxis
germen
gesso
gestalt
get
ghetto
giga
gigman
gildsman
gingiva
gingko
ginglymus
ginkgo
ginzo
gippo
glabella
glacis
gladiolus
glassman
gleba
gleeman
glioma
gliosis
glissando
globus
glochidium
glomerulus
glomus
glossa
glottis
glutaeus
gluteus
gnome
gnosis
go
goadsman
gobbo
gemmen
generalia
geneses
genetrices
genitrices
genii
genizot
genizoth
gentlemen
genua
genera
geognoses
geotaxes
germina
gessoes
gestalten
gittin
ghettoes
gighe
gigmen
gildsmen
gingivae
gingkoes
ginglymi
ginkgoes
ginzoes
gippoes
glabellae
gladioli
glassmen
glebae
gleemen
gliomata
glioses
glissandi
globi
glochidia
glomeruli
glomera
glossae
glottides
glutaei
glutei
gnomae
gnoses
goes
goadsmen
gobbi
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a gentleman
general principles
the act of producing, or giving birth or origin to anything
(Lat.) a mother; a female ancestor
(Lat.) a mother; a female ancestor
a tutelary spirit (GENII); a very clever person (GENIUSES)
a room adjoining a synagogue used to store old or damaged
books
a man of good birth or high social standing
the knee; GENUS is valid as a separate singular noun
a taxonomic group of lower rank than a family
knowledge of the earth
the response of an organism to gravity
a germ, shoot
plaster of Paris used in painting
a shape or pattern
a divorce by Jewish law; GETS is of course valid as a verb
the Jews' quarter in a city
a lively Italian dance
a man who drives or keeps a gig
a member of a gild
the fleshy tissue that surrounds the teeth
a kind of tree
a joint that permits movement in one plane only
a kind of tree
a person of Italian descent
a gypsy
the space between the eyebrows, just above the nose
(Fr.) a gentle slope in fortification
a lilylike plant
a maker or seller of glass
a spore-bearing mass of some fungi
an itinerant minstrel or musician
a tumour of the neuroglia in the brain
excessive growth of fibrous tissues in the neuroglia
a gliding effect
any spherelike structure
the larva of a freshwater mussel
a bunch of looped capillary blood vessels in the kidney
a small body consisting of blood-vessels and associated tissue
the tongue
the opening from the pharynx into the larynx or trachea
the muscle of the buttock
any of the three large muscles of the buttocks
a pithy saying (GNOMAE); a folklore creature (GNOMES)
knowledge; especially spiritual
a turn at something (GOES); a Japanese board game (GOS)
a man who uses a goad
a hunchback
gobo
gomphosis
gonidium
gonion
gonium
gonococcus
goodby
goodman
goodwife
goose
gopik
gorgoneion
gospoda
gospodin
gourami
gownman
gownsman
goy
gracilis
gradino
graffito
grantsman
granuloma
granum
grapelouse
gravamen
gravida
greebo
gripman
groomsman
grosz
grotto
groundman
grouse
gruppetto
guacharo
guardsman
gudeman
gudewife
guildsman
gules
gumma
gummosis
gunman
gusto
gutta
goboes
gomphoses
gonidia
gonia
gonia
gonococci
goodbys
goodmen
goodwives
geese
gorgoneia
gouramies
gownmen
gownsmen
goyim
graciles
gradini
graffiti
grantsmen
granulomata
grana
grapelice
gravamina
gravidae
greeboes
gripmen
groomsmen
grosze groszy
grottoes
groundmen
gruppetti
guacharoes
guardsmen
gudemen
gudewives
guildsmen
gummata
gummoses
gunmen
gustoes
guttae
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gymnasia
gymnasien
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a device used to protect a camera lens from light
the growth of teeth into the bone cavity
an algal cell in a lichen
the point of the angle on either side of the jaw
an immature reproductive cell
the bacterium that causes gonorrhoea
a remark or gesture on parting
master of the house
a mistress of the house
a kind of bird
a monetary unit of Azerbaijan
a mask carved in imitation of a Gorgon's head
a Russian title of address, equivalent to Mr
a Russian title of address, equivalent to Mr
a very large East Indian freshwater fish
one whose professional habit is a gown
one whose professional habit is a gown
(Yiddish) a Gentile
a thigh muscle
a step or raised shelf, as above a sideboard or altar
also used as a singular; or verb
a specialist in the art of obtaining grants for research
a localized collection of granulation tissue
a part of a plant chloroplast
an insect of the genus Phylloxera
the material part of a complaint
a pregnant woman
an unkempt young man
a cable car operator
the attendant on a bridegroom
a Polish monetary unit, 1/100 of a zloty
a cavern
one who takes care of a (sports) ground
a game bird like a partridge; GROUSES is valid as a verb
a turn
a nocturnal bird of South America and Trinidad, aka oilbird
a soldier of the Guards
a goodman
(Scots) a goodwife
one who belongs to a guild
in heraldry, the colour red
a syphilitic tumour
patches of gum on fruit trees resulting from e.g. frost
one who is armed with a gun
zest
a small, drop-like ornament on a Doric entablature
(GUTTAE); a milky latex (GUTTAS)
a place for gymnastics (GYMNASIUMS); a continental
school (GYMNASIEN)
gynaeceum
gynaecium
gynecium
gynoecium
gyrus
hachis
hackman
haematoma
haeres
haftara
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halakhah
haler
half
halfen
halflife
halfpence
halier
haliotis
halitosis
hallah
hallux
halutz
hammerman
hamulus
handful
handstaff
handyman
hangman
hangul
haphtara
haplosis
hardman
haruspex
gynaecea
gynaecia
gynecia
gynoecia
gyri
hackmen
haematomata
haeredes
haftarot
haftaroth
haftaros
haftorot
haftaroth
haggadot
haggadoth
haika
halachot
halachoth
halakhot
halakoth
halakhoth
haleru
halves
halflives
halierov
haliotes
halitoses
halloth
halluces
halutzim
hammermen
hamuli
handsful
handstaves
handymen
hangmen
haphtarot
haploses
hardmen
haruspices
hatful
haubois
hausfrau
haustellum
hatsful
hausfrauen
haustella
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haftarah
haftorah
haggada
haggada
haik
halacha
halakha
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the women's apartments in a household
the women's apartments in a household
the pistil of a flower
the female organs of a flower, taken collectively
a convoluted ridge between two grooves
(Fr.) a hash, a mess
the driver of a hack or carriage for public hire
a swelling composed of blood effused into tissues
(Lat.) an heir
a Biblical selection
a Biblical selection
a Biblical selection
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a story, anecdote, or legend in the Talmud
a story, anecdote, or legend in the Talmud
an Arab outer garment
the general term for the Hebrew oral or traditional law
the legal component of the Jewish oral tradition
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the legal component of the Jewish oral tradition
a Czech monetary unit
one of two equal parts (HALVES); a half-pint (HALFS)
(Spenser) half
the time for half a sample of radioactive material to decay
coins worth half a penny
a former monetary unit of Slovakia
a kind of seashell
bad breath
a kind of Jewish bread
the big toe; the hind toe of birds
an Israeli agriculturist
a man who operates a hammer
a small hook or hook-like process on a bone
the contents of a hand
a staff-like handle eg of a flail
a man who does odd jobs
an executioner
an alphabetic script for Korean
a Biblical selection
the halving of the chromosome number
a tough, ruthless man
(Lat.) a person who inspected the entrails of sacrificial
victims in order to foretell the future
the contents of a hat
(Fr.) a large kind of strawberry
(Fr.) a large kind of strawberry
the sucking organ or proboscis of an insect or crustacean
haustorium
hautbois
hazan
hazzan
headman
headscarf
headsman
heder
hegumenos
helibus
heliman
heliopsis
heliosis
helix
helleri
hello
helmsman
hematoma
hematosis
hematozoon
hemelytron
hemolysis
hemihedron
henchman
henry
hepatica
hepatitis
hepatoma
herbarium
herdman
herdsman
heres
heretrix
heritrix
herma
hernia
hero
herpes
hetaera
hetaira
heterosis
hetman
hexahedron
hidrosis
highman
hillfolk
hillo
hilum
haustoria
hazanim
hazzanim
headmen
headscarves
headsmen
hadarim
hedarim
hegumenoi
helibusses
helimen
heliopses
helioses
helices
helleries
helloes
helmsmen
hematomata
hematoses
hematozoa
hemelytra
hemolyses
hemihedra
henchmen
henrys
hepaticae
hepatitides
hepatomata
herbaria
herdmen
herdsmen
heredes
heretrices
heritrices
hermae hermai
herniae
heroes
hetaerae
hetairai
heteroses
hetmen
hexahedra
hidroses
highmen
hilloes
hila
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one of the suckerlike rootlets of such plants as ivy
(Fr.) a large kind of strawberry
a cantor in a synagogue
a cantor in a synagogue
a foreman
a scarf worn over the head
an executioner
a Jewish school
the head of a monastery
a helicopter bus
a member of a helicopter crew
a genus of herbaceous plants in the daisy family
exposure to the sun; sunburn
(Greek) a screw-shaped coil
a tropical fish.
to greet with hello
one that steers a ship
a swelling composed of blood effused into tissues
the conversion of venous into arterial blood
a protozoan that is parasitic in the blood
an insect forewing thickened at base, membranous at apex
destruction of red blood corpuscles
a solid hemihedrally derived
an unscrupulous supporter
unit of electrical inductance; note also HENRIES
a flower, aka liverwort
inflammation of the liver
a tumour of the liver
a collection of preserved plants and herbs
a herdsman
one who looks after a herd
(Lat.) an heir
(Lat.) a heiress
a heiress
a head of Hermes on a square stone post
a rupture
a brave man (HEROES); a kind of sandwich (HEROS)
(Lat.) a skin disease
a paramour
a paramour; prostitute; concubine
the increased size and vigor attributable to hybridization
a Cossack headman
a solid body of six sides or faces
perspiration, especially excessive
a loaded die
people living among the hills
hello
a mark where a seed was attached to its stalk
hilus
himation
hindfoot
hitman
hoactzin
hoastman
hoatzin
hodman
hoistman
holohedron
homeosis
homo
homoeosis
homolysis
homotaxis
homunculus
honorarium
hoodman
hoof
hordeolum
hormesis
hili
himatia
hindfeet
hitmen
hoactzines
hoastmen
hoatzines
hodmen
hoistmen
holohedra
homeoses
homines
homoeoses
homolyses
homotaxes
homunculi
honoraria
hoodmen
hooves
hordeola
hormeses
horologium
horseman
hose
hoseman
hospitium
hotelman
houseman
housewife
humerus
huntsman
huppah
horologia
horsemen
hosen
hosemen
hospitia
hotelmen
housemen
housewives
humeri
huntsmen
huppot
huppoth
hurricanoes
huswives
hydrae
hydriae
hydromata
hygromata
hymenia
hypanthia
hyphae
hypinoses
hypnoses
hypogaea
hypogea
hurricano
huswife
hwan
hydra
hydria
hydroma
hygroma
hymenium
hypanthium
hypha
hypinosis
hypnosis
hypogaeum
hypogeum
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an indentation in the surface of an organ
a Greek garment
a rear foot
a hired assassin
(Nahuatl) a South American bird
a member of an old merchant guild in Newcastle
(Nahuatl) a South American bird
a man who carries a hod
a person who works a hoist
a kind of geometrical form
the assumption of the character of another whorl or somite
(Lat.) man generically
the assumption of the character of another whorl or somite
decomposition into two uncharged atoms or radicals
coincidence in order of organic succession but not in time
a little man; a manikin
a voluntary fee paid esp to a professional person
the person blindfolded in the game called hoodman-blind
the hard covering of animal's foot
a sty of the eyelid
a phenomenon whereby substances that are toxic in large
doses have a beneficial effect when absorbed in very small
doses
a horologe; a southern constellation
one who rides a horse
a tube for liquids > HOSES; socks > HOSEN
a fireman who directs the stream of water
a hospice
a hotelier
a house physician or house surgeon
a woman who looks after a house and has no paid job
the bone of the brachium, or upper part of the arm
a hunter
(Hebrew) a wedding canopy
a hurricane
a housewife
a monetary unit of S. Korea
a freshwater hydrozoon of the genus Hydra
a large Greek water-vase
a swelling in the soft tissue that occurs over a joint
a swelling in the soft tissue that occurs over a joint
the spore-bearing surface of certain fungi
a fruit consisting of a receptacle enlarged below the calyx
threadlike elements forming the mycelium of a fungus
a diminution in the amount of fibrin present in the blood
an artificially induced state of relaxation
an underground chamber
the underground part of building
hypotaxis
iambus
ibadah
ibex
iceman
icon
ideatum
idolum
ignaro
ignoramus
ileitis
ileum
ilex
ilium
illuvium
hypotaxes
iambi
ibadat
ibices
icemen
icones
ideata
idola
ignaroes
ignorami
ileitides
ilea
ilices
ilia
illuvia
imago
imbrex
imagoes
imagines
imbrices
impatiens
imperium
impetigo
impi
impluvium
impresario
inamorato
incavo
incubus
incus
index
indicium
imperia
impetigines
impies
impluvia
impresari
inamorati
incavi
incubi
incudes
indices
indicia
indigo
individuum
indumentum
indusium
inertia
infauna
infimum
infula
ingluvies
ingo
inion
inkosi
innings
inoculum
inro
inselberg
indigoes
individua
indumenta
indusia
inertiae
infaunae
infima
infulae
ingoes
inia
amakosi
inocula
inselberge
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a subordinate relationship of clauses with conjunctions
a metrical foot
in Islam, service, worship
a wild mountain-goat
a jewel thief
an object of worship
objective reality with which ideas are supposed to correspond
a mental image
an ignorant person
an ignorant person
inflammation of the ileum
the lowest part of the small intestine
the holm oak
the anterior or superior bone of the pelvis
material removed from the soil layer by rainwater and
deposited in a lower layer
(Lat.) an idealized mental image of a person; an insect in its
final, adult, sexually mature, and typically winged state
(Lat.) in Roman buildings, one of a series of usu. curved tiles
fitting over flat tiles
(Lat.) a genus of plants
empire
(Lat.) a skin disease
a regiment of Zulu warriors.
in Roman dwellings, a cistern or tank
the manager of an opera company etc
a beloved
the incised part of an intaglio
an evil spirit that lies on women in their sleep
an anvil-shaped bone in the ear
a summary, a guide
an indicating mark or sign; INDICIA also used as a singular
with plural INDICIAS
a dark blue powder used as a vat dye
an indivisible entity; an individual person
a total body covering of hair, fur or feathers
the protective cover of insect's wing
the tendency of a body to resist acceleration
the class of animals inhabiting ocean and river beds
the greatest lower bound
a sort of fillet worn among the ancient Romans
a bird’s crop
entry into or taking on a new tenancy
the external occipital protuberance
a traditional leader of a Zulu clan
a team's or individual batsman's turn at batting in cricket, etc
material used for inoculation
(Japanese) a small container for pills and medicines
an isolated mountain or hill
insigne
insignia
insula
intaglio
interleaf
interrex
intima
inukshuk
inuksuk
involucrum
iris
ironman
ironwoman
ischium
isleman
islesman
isodicon
isodomon
isodomum
isthmus
ixodiasis
jackknife
jackman
jambeau
insulae
intagli
interleaves
interreges
intimae
inukshuit
inuksuit
involucra
irides
ironmen
ironwomen
ischia
islemen
islesmen
isodica
isodoma
isodoma
isthmi
ixodiases
jackknives
jackmen
jambeaux
jambeux
janskys
jarsful
jarkmen
jazzmen
jejuna
jeux
jalabib
jingkoes
jingoes
jizzes
jugsful
jugula
juga
juncoes
junkmen
jurymen
jurywomen
jura
kabloonat
kaddishim
kalewives
kapeek
jansky
jarful
jarkman
jazzman
jejunum
jesus
jeu
jilbab
jingko
jingo
jiz
jugful
jugulum
jugum
jun
junco
junkman
juryman
jurywoman
jus
kabloona
kaddish
kalewife
kapeyka
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a badge of office; INSIGNIA also used as a singular with
plural INSIGNIAS
a block of buildings, an apartment house
a figure engraved into a gem or another substance
a leaf inserted between other leaves
one who rules during an interregnum; a regent
the inner lining of an organ or vessel
a stone used by Inuit people to mark a location
a stone used by Inuit people to mark a location
an enveloping sheath or envelope
part of the eye (IRIDES); a flower (IRISES)
a man who takes part in extended triathlons
a woman who takes part in extended triathlons
a pelvic bone
an islander, esp of the Hebrides
an islander, esp of the Hebrides
a short anthem in the Greek church
masonry of uniform blocks in course of equal heights
masonry of uniform blocks in course of equal heights
a narrow neck of land joining two land masses
a disease caused by or transmitted by ticks
a large clasp knife; JACKKNIFES is valid as a verb form
a soldier wearing a jack
armour worn on the legs
in astronomy, the unit of strength of radio-emission
the contents of a jar
a vagabond who fabricates counterfeit passes, licenses etc
a jazz musician
the middle division of the small intestine
a size of paper in France
a game
a long robe worn by Muslim women
a kind of tree
a chauvinistic, sabre-rattling patriot
a wig
the contents of a jug
the front part of the neck
a pair of leaflets in a pinnate leaf
a coin of North Korea
a kind of bird
a dealer in junk
one who serves on a jury
a woman who serves on a jury
a legal right
Inuit word for a non-Inuit
a Jewish prayer recited daily and by mourners
a female vegetable vendor
a monetary unit of Belarus
katabasis
katharsis
katsina
kayo
kazachok
kazatski
keelman
kennelman
kenosis
katabases
katharses
katsinam
kayoes
kazachki
kazatskies
keelmen
kennelmen
kenoses
keratoma
keratitis
keratosis
kerchief
kerygma
ketosis
ketubah
keratomata
keratitides
keratoses
kerchieves
kerygmata
ketoses
ketubot
ketuboth
khazenim
kibbutzim
kiddoes
kielbasi
kielbasy
kineses
kinsmen
kinswomen
kirkmen
klezmorim
kloochmen
klootchmen
knaidlach
kneidlach
knives
knifemen
kohanim
kohlrabies
kolhozy
kolinskies
kolkhosy
kolkhozy
kolkozy
koories
korai
korun
koruny
kouroi
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khazen
kibbutz
kiddo
kielbasa
kinesis
kinsman
kinswoman
kirkman
klezmer
kloochman
klootchman
knaidel
knife
knifeman
kohen
kohlrabi
kolhoz
kolinski
kolkhos
kolkhoz
kolkoz
kongoni
koori
kore
koruna
koruna
kouros
kreplach
kreplech
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a going down; a military retreat
a purging
a doll representing rain-bearing Hopi ancestors
a knock-out
a Russian folk dance
a Russian folk dance.
one employed in managing a Newcastle keel
one employed in looking after dogs
the relinquishment of the form of God by Jesus in becoming
man
a skin disease
inflammation of the cornea
excessive growth of horny tissue of skin
a cloth or scarf used to cover the head
the apostolic proclamation of salvation through Jesus Christ
the presence of excess of ketone in body
a contract that states the obligation in Jewish marriages
a cantor in a synagogue
in Israel, an agricultural settlement
a kid, child
a smoked sausage
movement, change of position, esp. under stimulus
a male relative
a female relative
a clergyman or officer in a kirk
a style of Yiddish music
an Indian woman, wife or squaw
an Indian woman, wife or squaw
in Jewish cooking, a dumpling
a tool for cutting; KNIFES is valid as a verb form
one who uses a knife as a weapon
a member of the Jewish priestly class, descended from Aaron
a variety of cabbage
a collective or co-operative farm in the former USSR
(Russian) a kind of Northern Eurasian mink.
a collective or co-operative farm in the former USSR
a collective or co-operative farm in the former USSR
a collective or co-operative farm in the former USSR
(Swahili) an E African hartebeest
(Aborig.) a young Aborigine girl.
an archaic statue of a draped maiden
a Czech monetary unit
a Czech monetary unit
a statue of a nude male
(Yiddish) small dough dumplings usu served in soup
(Yiddish) small dough dumplings usu served in soup
krona
kronor kronur
krone
kroon
krummholz
krypsis
kueh
kulak
kuna
kurtosis
kuvasz
kylix
kyllosis
kyphosis
labarum
labellum
labium
labrum
lacinia
lacuna
lacunar
lamella
lamia
lamina
landman
landsman
lapillus
lapis
lapsus
lar
larnax
larva
larynx
lat
kronen kroner
krooni
krypses
kulaki
kune
kurtoses
kuvaszok
kylices kylikes
kylloses
kyphoses
labara
labella
labia
labra
laciniae
lacunae
lacunaria
lamellae
lamiae
laminae
landmen
landsleit
landsmen
lapilli
lapides
lares
larnakes
larvae
larynges
lati latu
latex
latigo
latticino
laura
lavabo
lawman
layman
laywoman
lazo
lazzarone
lazzo
leadman
leadsman
latices
latigoes
latticini
laurae
lavaboes
lawmen
laymen
laywomen
lazoes
lazzaroni
lazzi
leadmen
leadsmen
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an Icelandic monetary unit (KRONUR); a Swedish monetary
unit (KRONOR)
a Norwegian monetary unit
an Estonian monetary unit
stunted forest typical of the timberline
the doctrine that christ secretly exercised divine powers
(Malay) any cake of Malay, Chinese or Indian origin
a rich Russian peasant
the standard monetary unit of Croatia
the degree of sharpness of peak of a distribution curve
a large dog with a white coat
(Greek) a shallow two-handled Greek drinking cup
club foot
inward curvature of the spine
an ecclesiastical banner bearing Christ's monogram
the lower petal of an orchidaceous flower
a lip, or liplike organ
a lip or edge, as of a basin
a long narrow lobe in a leaf
a gap, a hiatus
a sunken panel or coffer in a ceiling
a thin plate or layer
a mythical monster with snake's body and woman's head
a thin plate or scale
a man who lives or serves on land
a fellow Jew from the same town in Eastern Europe
a small stone ejected by volcanic eruption
a stone, as in set phrases such as lapis philosophicus
a slip eg of the tongue
a household god in ancient Rome
a terracotta chest of ancient Greece
an immature free-living form of many animals
the upper part of the windpipe
a former monetary unit of Latvia (LATI, LATU); a latrine
(LATS)
the milky juice of some plants
a strap for tightening a cinch
an opaque white glass used in threads to decorate clear glass
a group of recluse's cells
a ceremony in which a priest washes his hands
a law-enforcement officer
a member of the laity
a female member of the laity
a lasso
a homeless idler of Naples
a piece of farce or comic dialogue
one who leads a dance
the man who heaves the lead
leaf
lebkuchen
lecythus
legman
leiomyoma
lek
leaves
lecythi
legmen
leiomyomata
leku
lekythos
lekythus
lemma
lemniscus
lengthman
lenis
lensman
lentigo
lento
lepton
lekythoi
lekythi
lemmata
lemnisci
lengthmen
lenes
lensmen
lentigines
lenti
lepta
letterman
leu
leucosis
leud
leukosis
lev
levator
lew
lex
lex
lexicon
lez
liber
libra
libretto
lied
liegeman
life
lettermen
leucoses
leudes
leukoses
leva levas
levatores
leva
leges
leges
lexica
lezzes
libri
librae
libretti
lieder
liegemen
lives
liftman
ligula
likuta
lilangeni
limax
limbus
limen
limes
limosis
limulus
lineman
linesman
liftmen
ligulae
makuta
emalingeni
limaces
limbi
limina
limites
limoses
limuli
linemen
linesmen
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an organ of vascular plants; LEAFS is valid as a verb form
a biscuit containing honey and spices
a narrow-necked Greek flask
one who runs errands for another
a fibrous tumour
the monetary unit of Albania (LEKU); a black grouse display
place (LEKS)
an oil jar used in ancient Greece
an oil jar used in ancient Greece
in lexicography, a word considered as a headword
a band of fibres, esp nerve fibres
a person whose job it is to maintain a length of railway line
a sound with little or no aspiration
a cameraman
(Lat.) a freckle or freckle-like condition
a slow movement
a modern Greek coin, 1/100th of a drachma (LEPTA); a
subatomic particle (LEPTONS)
an athlete who has earned a letter in a school sport
a unit of Romanian currency
leukaemia
a feudal vassal
leukaemia
a Bulgarian monetary unit
(Lat.) a muscle raising limb or part
a Bulgarian monetary unit
law
(Lat.) law
a word-book
(Short for) lesbian
a book of public records
a Roman pound
the text of an opera
(German) a song
a vassal, a subject
the quality that distinguishes animals and plants from
inanimate matter (LIVES); a type of painting (LIFES)
a person whose job it is to operate a lift
a tongue-like part or organ
a monetary unit of Zaire
the standard monetary unit of Swaziland
a slug
a distinctive border
a threshold
(Lat.) an ancient Roman fortified boundary
abnormally ravenous appetite
a horseshoe crab
a person who attends to the lines on a railway
an official who helps the referee or umpire in various sports
lingo
lingua
lingula
linkman
linksman
lipa
lipolysis
lipoma
lira
lingoes
linguae
lingulae
linkmen
linksmen
lipe
lipolyses
lipomata
lire liri lirot
liroth
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lis
litas
literato
lithiasis
litotes
lis lisses
litai litu
literati
lithiases
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liverleaf
liveryman
lixivium
loaf
lobulus
lobus
lockman
locksman
locoman
loculus
locus
locusta
lodesman
lodicula
loftsman
liverleaves
liverymen
lixivia
loaves
lobuli
lobi
lockmen
locksmen
locomen
loculi
loca loci
locustae
lodesmen
lodiculae
loftsmen
loggia
logion
logos
loiasis
loipe
loma
loggie
logia
logoi
loiases
loipen
lomata
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lomentum
longleaf
loof
lordosis
lorica
loti
louis
louse
lowlife
lomenta
longleaves
looves
lordoses
loricae
maloti
lice
lowlives
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a tongue
a tongue-like process or part
an attendant carrying a link (torch) to light the way
a golfer
a monetary unit of Croatia
the disintegration of fat
a tumor consisting of fat or adipose tissue
an Italian unit of currency (LIRE); a Maltese unit of currency
(LIRI); a former monetary unit of Israel (LIORT or
LIROTH)
a fleur-de-lis
a former monetary unit of Lithuania
a learned man, one acquainted with letters
the formation of stony concretions or calculi in the body
the expression of an affirmative by the negative of the
contrary
a woodland plant
one who wears a livery, as a servant
a solution of alkaline salts extracted from wood ashes
a shaped mass of bread; LOAFS is valid as a verb form
a small lobe or lobe-like structure
a lobe
a lock-keeper; a public executioner
a turnkey; a lock-keeper
a worker on a locomotive
any of a number of small cavities separated by septa
a place, a locality
the spikelet or flower cluster of grasses
a pilot
one of the membranous scales next to the stamens in grasses
a person who reproduces in actual size a draughtsman's
design
a covered open arcade
one of the sayings of Jesus not recorded in the Gospels
a rational principle of Greek philosophy
a tropical disease
a cross-country ski-run
a membranous fringe in animals (LOMATA); a flat-topped
hill (LOMAS)
a pod that breaks in pieces at constrictions between the seeds
an evergreen tree
(Scots) the palm of the hand
convex curvature of the spine
a leather corslet
a monetary unit of Lesotho
(Fr.) a former gold coin of France
a wingless parasitic insect; LOUSES is valid as a verb form
riff-raff
luach
lucumo
lumberman
lumbricus
lumbus
luchot luchot
lucomones
lumbermen
lumbrici
lumbi
lumen
lunula
lustrum
luteum
lux
luz
lyceum
lymphoma
lyolysis
lysis
lytta
maar
macaroni
maccaroni
macchia
machzor
macula
madame
madarosis
madman
madwoman
maenad
maestro
mafioso
magma
magnifico
magsman
magus
mahzor
mailman
malleolus
malleus
malpighia
maltman
mambo
mamilla
mamma
mammatus
mammilla
mammitis
mamzer
man
mango
lumina
lunulae
lustra
lutea
luces
luzzes
lycea
lymphomata
lyolyses
lyses
lyttae
maare
macaronies
maccaronies
macchie
machzorim
maculae
mesdames
madaroses
madmen
madwomen
maenades
maestri
mafiosi
magmata
magnificoes
magsmen
magi
mahzorim
mailmen
malleoli
mallei
maltmen
mamboes
mamillae
mammae
mammati
mammillae
mammitides
mamzerim
men
mangoes
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a Jewish calendar showing dates of festivals and the Sabbath
an Etruscan priest or prince
someone employed in the felling, sawing etc of timber
a genus of annelids including the common earthworm
the part of the lower back and sides between the pelvis and
the ribs
a unit of luminous flux
a Bronze Age crescent necklace
a period of five years
a hormone-secreting body
a unit of illumination
a supposedly indestructible bone
a school of philosophical instruction
a tumour of the lymph glands
the formation of an acid and a base from a salt with a solvent
the disintegration or destruction of cells
a small ligament in a dog's tongue
a volcanic crater without a cone, usually filled by a lake
(Ital.) a form of pasta.
(Ital.) a form of pasta
maquis, a dense growth of small trees and shrubs
a Hebrew holiday-ritual prayer book
a spot, as on the skin, or on the surface of the sun
an address to a married woman
loss of eyelashes or eyebrows
a man who is insane
a woman who is insane
a woman participant in orgiastic Dionysian rites
a master performer
a member of a mafia
molten or partially molten rock material
the chief magistrate at Venice
a conman, a street swindler
a magician
a Hebrew holiday-ritual prayer book
one who delivers mail
a projection at the distal end of a leg bone at the ankle joint
the outermost of the three small auditory bones
a tropical shrub
a man whose occupation is to make malt
a Cuban ballroom dance resembling the rumba or cha-cha
the nipple of the mammary gland
the milk gland, the breast (MAMMAE); mother (MAMMAS)
a type of cloud
the nipple of the mammary gland
inflammation of the breast
an illegitimate child; a despicable person
an adult human male
a tropical fruit
mano
manteau
mantis
manto
manubrium
maquis
marchen
marchese
marchman
mare
maremma
markka
markman
marksman
marsupium
martyrium
mas
mashgiach
mashgiah
mashman
mastitis
matachin
mathesis
matrix
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mausoleum
maxilla
maximum
mazaedium
meatloaf
meatman
mechitza
media
manoes
manteaux
mantes
mantoes
manubria
marchesi
marchmen
maria
maremme
markkaa
markmen
marksmen
marsupia
martyria
mashgichim
mashgihim
mashmen
mastitides
matachini
matheses
matrices
matzot
matzoth
mausolea
maxillae
maxima
mazaedia
meatloaves
meatmen
mechitzot
mediae
mediatrix
medius
medulla
medusa
megaron
megillah
meiofauna
meiosis
melamed
melanoma
melanosis
melastome
melisma
memento
mediatrices
medii
medullae
medusae
megara
megilloth
meioses
melamdim
melanomata
melanoses
melismata
mementoes
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a king of clam
a woman's cloak or mantle
any of various predatory insects of the family Mantidae
a woman's loose gown
the upper part of the breastbone
(Fr.) a guerrilla resistance force
a story or fable, a folk-tale
an Italian nobleman
a person living in the marches between e.g. England or Wales
a sea on the Moon (MARIA); a female horse (MARES)
a marsh, a miasma
the standard monetary unit of Finland
a marksman
an expert shot
the pouch in which marsupials carry their young
a shrine erected in memory of a martyr
a house or home in the south of France
(Hebrew) a person who ensures adherence to kosher rules
(Hebrew) a person who ensures adherence to kosher rules
a worker in a brewery who helps to make the mash
inflammation of the breast or a milk gland
a masked sword-dancer
mental discipline; learning or wisdom
the womb; that in which anything is embedded
a cake of unleavened bread eaten by the Jews at the feast of
the Passover
a large tomb
the bone of either the upper or the under jaw
the largest amount
the fruiting body of lichens
a loaf-shaped roll of meat
a seller of butcher's meat
a screen in a synagogue separating men and women
a voiced consonantal stop (MEDIAE); a channel of
communication (MEDIAS)
a female mediator
the middle finger
marrow; pith
a kind of jellyfish
the central hall of an ancient Greek, esp Mycenaean, house
a scroll containing a book of the Old Testament
animals less than 1 mm and larger than 01 mm across
a two-stage type of cell division
a teacher in a Jewish school
a kind of tumour
the morbid deposition of black matter
a tropical flowering plant
a melody, a melodic ornamentation
something that serves to warn or remind; a souvenir
memorandum
meninx
meniscus
mensa
mensch
menshen
menstruum
mentum
meresman
merisis
merman
merryman
mesenteron
meshugaas
messman
mesteso
mestino
mestizo
metabasis
metacarpus
metapelet
metasoma
metatarsus
metazoon
methysis
metis
metope
mezuzah
miasma
micella
microbus
microlux
micron
middleman
midlife
midrash
midwife
mikron
mikvah
mikveh
milieu
milium
milkman
millennium
memoranda
meninges
menisci
mensae
menschen
menstrua
menta
meresmen
merises
mermen
merrymen
mesentera
meshugaasen
meshugasen
messmen
mestesoes
mestinoes
mestizoes
metabases
metacarpi
metaplot
metasomata
metatarsi
metazoa
methyses
metis
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mezuzot
mezuzoth
miasmata
micellae
microbusses
microluces
micra
middlemen
midlives
midrashim
midrashot
midrashoth
midwives
mikra
mikvoth
mikvos mikvot
milieux
milia
milkmen
millennia
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a note to help the memory
the membrane enclosing brain and spinal cord
the curved upper surface of a column of liquid in a tube
the grinding surface of a tooth
a person of integrity and honor
a Chinese door god
a solvent, esp one used in the preparation of drugs
the chin
an officer who ascertains meres or boundaries
growth by cell division
a male of the mermaid kind
a zany, a jester
the mid-gut
(Yiddish) madness, foolishness
a serviceman who works in a dining facility
one of mixed, esp Spanish and American-Indian parentage
one of mixed, esp Spanish and American-Indian parentage
one of mixed, esp Spanish and American-Indian parentage
a transition, e.g. from one subject or point to another
the hand or foot between carpus and phalanges
a woman acting as a foster-mother to children on a kibbutz
the posterior part of an arachnid's abdomen
the skeleton of the lower limb between tarsus and phalanges
any animal more complex than a unicellular protozoan
drunkenness
the (male) offspring of a white person and an American
Indian; METISSES is valid as the plural of METISSE
a square space between triglyphs in a Doric frieze
a parchment affixed to the doorposts in Jewish houses
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foul vapours from rotting matter; unwholesome air
a group of molecular chains, a structural unit of colloids
a minibus
a millionth of a lux
a micrometre
an intermediary, esp between producer and consumer
the middle of one's life, as in midlife crisis
the segment of the rabbinic oral tradition that interprets or
expounds the Bible
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a woman who delivers children; MIDWIFES is valid as verb
a micrometre
a place for ritual bathing by Orthodox Jews
a place for ritual bathing by Orthodox Jews
a social environment
a hard mass caused by the blockage of a sebaceous gland
a man who sells or delivers milk
a period of one thousand years
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millihenry
millilux
mimesis
mimosa
mina
minibus
minimum
minuteman
minutia
minyan
miosis
mir
millihenrys
milliluces
mimeses
mimosae
minae
minibusses
minima
minutemen
minutiae
minyanim
mioses
miri
miracidium
mirepoix
mirligoes
mishegaas
mishegoss
missa
mitosis
mitsvah
mitzvah
miz
moai
mobsman
mockado
modello
modicum
modiolus
modius
modulus
miracidia
meshugaasen
missae
mitoses
mitsvoth
mitzvoth
mizzes
mobsmen
mockadoes
modelli
modica
modioli
modii
moduli
modus
mohel
moira
mojo
molluscum
molossus
moly
momento
momentum
modi
mohalim
mohelim
moirai
mojoes
mollusca
molossi
molys
momentoes
momenta
momus
momzer
monas
moner
momi
momzerim
monades
monera
moneyman
moneymen
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a thousandth of a henry
a thousandth of a lux
imitation, especially in literature and art or by an animal
a flowering shrub with thorns
a Greek coin
a small autobus
the smallest amount
a militiaman ready to march at a moment's notice
a minute particular or detail
(Hebrew) a quorum of 10 required for certain prayers
excessive contraction of the pupil of the eye
a Russian farming community (MIRI); an Eastern ruler
(MIRS)
the ciliated first-stage larva of a trematode
(Fr.) a garnish made of diced carrots, onions and celery
(Scots) dizziness
(Yiddish) madness, foolishness
(Yiddish) madness, foolishness
the service or sacrifice of the Mass
an elaborate process of cell-division
a Jewish commandment
a Jewish commandment
(Short for) misery
any of the gigantic stone statues of Easter Island
a member of an organised criminal gang
an inferior quality woollen fabric
an artist's detailed sketch or model for a larger work
a small quantity
the central column in the osseous cochlea of the ear
a cylindrical headdress of the gods
a number leaving the same remainder when divided into two
others
the terms of a conveyance
(Hebrew) a ritual circumciser
fate
magic
a viral skin infection
a verse foot of three long syllables
molybdenum (but molies for the herb)
memento
the quantity of motion in a body measured by the product of
mass and velocity
a satirist, a critic
an illegitimate child; a despicable person
a monad
Ernst Hackel's name for a hypothetical simplest protozoan
on which his theory of evolution is based
one who deals with money
mongo
mongoose
monilia
monopodium
monopteron
monosis
monsieur
mooncalf
moorman
moose
mootman
mora
moratorium
morceau
morisco
morphosis
mortarman
morula
mosasaurus
moshav
mosquito
motorman
motoscafo
motto
mouse
moz
mozetta
mozzetta
mucosa
mulatto
mungo
murex
musca
muscleman
muskox
mutandum
myasis
mycelium
mycetoma
mycosis
mydriasis
myelitis
myeloma
myiasis
myocardium
myoma
myosis
myrmidon
mongoes
mongeese
moniliae
monopodia
monoptera
monoses
messieurs
mooncalves
moormen
mootmen
morae
moratoria
morceaux
moriscoes
morphoses
mortarmen
morulae
mosasauri
moshavim
mosquitoes
motormen
motoscafi
mottoes
mice
mozzes
mozette
mozzette
mucosae
mulattoes
mungoes
murexes
muscae
musclemen
muskoxen
mutanda
myases
mycelia
mycetomata
mycoses
mydriases
myelitides
myelites
myelomata
myiases
myocardia
myomata
myoses
myrmidones
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the waste produced in a woollen mill; low quality wool
an Indian animal of the civet family
a kind of fungus
a stem involved in monopodial growth
a circular temple with one ring of columns
separation of parts usually fused
a Frenchman
a simpleton, a blockhead
an inhabitant of a moor
a large deer
one who argued moot cases in the inns of court
a unit of metrical time in prosody
a legal authorization to a debtor to postpone payment
a bit, a morsel
a morris dance
the order or mode of development of an organ or part
a person firing a mortar
a cluster of cells formed by division of a fertilized ovum
a gigantic Cretaceous fossil pythonomorph reptile
a settlement like a kibbutz, but with more private property
any dipterous insect of the family Culicidae
a man who controls a motor
a motorboat
a maxim adopted as a rule of conduct
a small rodent; MOUSES is valid as a verb
a type of curse; MOZES is valid as a verb form
a short cape with a hood worn by Catholic prelates
a short cape with ornamental hood worn by Catholic prelates
a mucous membrane
the offspring of a black person and a European
the waste produced in a woollen mill; low quality wool
(Lat.) a genus of shellfish, yielding a purple dye
a genus of dipterous insects, including the common house fly
a man of extravagant physical development
a large bovid of arctic regions
a thing which is to be changed
a disease due to flies' larvae in the body
the white threads from which a fungus is developed
a type of fungus infection
a disease due to the growth of a fungus
morbid dilatation of the pupil of the eye
inflammation of the spinal marrow or its membranes
a tumour of the bone marrow
a disease due to flies' larvae in the body
the main substance of the muscular wall of the heart
a tumor consisting of muscular tissue
excessive contraction of the pupil of the eye
a faithful follower
mythos
mythus
myxameba
myxamoeba
myxoma
nachas
naevus
naiad
naos
narcissus
narcoma
narcosis
naris
natatorium
natis
natura
nauplius
nautilus
nebula
necropolis
necrosis
negro
mythoi
mythi
myxamebae
myxamoebae
myxomata
naevi
naiades
naoi
narcissi
narcomata
narcoses
nares
natatoria
nates
naturae
nauplii
nautili
nebulae
necropoli
necropoleis
necropoles
necroses
negroes
nelies
nelis
nemesis
neocortex
nephridium
nephritis
nephrosis
nereid
nereis
neuritis
neuroma
neurosis
neurula
nevus
newsman
newswoman
ngwee
nidamentum
nidus
niello
nightlife
nimbus
nineholes
nisus
nemeses
neocortices
nephridia
nephritides
nephroses
nereides
nereides
neuritides
neuromata
neuroses
neurulae
nevi
newsmen
newswomen
nidamenta
nidi
nielli
nightlives
nimbi
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myth, mythology
myth, mythology
a cell produced by a spore
a cell produced by a spore
a tumor made up of a gelatinous tissue
(Yiddish) pride in another's accomplishments
a birthmark
a water-nymph
the inner cell of a temple
a genus of bulbous spring-flowering plants
a coma caused by the intake of narcotic drugs
drowsiness or unconsciousness produced by a narcotic
a nostril
an indoor swimming-pool
a buttock
nature
a larval form in crustaceans
a cephalopod of southern seas
a hazy area in the night sky representing a cluster of stars
a cemetery or burial place
death of part of the living body, e.g. from gangrene
a member of any of the dark-skinned peoples of Africa or a
person racially descended from one of them
a winter pear
a winter pear
retributive justice
the back of the cortex
a simple excretory organ of many invertebrates
an inflammation of the kidneys
degenerative lesions of the renal tubules
a sea nymph (NEREIDES); a marine worm (NEREIDS)
a sea nymph, one of the daughters of Nereus
inflammation of the nerves
a tumor developed on, or connected with, a nerve
nervous activity distinguished from mental activity
a stage in embryonic development
a birthmark
a news reporter
a female newsman
(Bantu) a Zambian monetary unit
an egg-capsule
a nest or breeding-place
a black alloy used to fill engraved designs on metal
life that goes on at night
a halo; a type of cloud
a game involving a ball and nine holes in the ground
a mental or physical effort to attain an end, a striving
nix
no
nobleman
nodus
noesis
nogaku
noh
nomen
nomos
noncrisis
nones
nonetto
nonhero
nonlife
nonman
nonself
nostos
notandum
notitia
notturno
notum
noumenon
nouveau
nova
novella
novena
noyau
nubecula
nucellus
nucha
nucleolus
nucleus
numen
nunatak
nuraghe
nympha
nymphaeum
oaf
oarsman
oarswoman
oasis
obbligato
obelus
oblast
obligato
obolus
occiput
oceanarium
nixe
noes
noblemen
nodi
noeses
nomina
nomoi
noncrises
nonetti
nonheroes
nonlives
nonmen
nonselves
nostoi
notanda
notitiae
notturni
nota
noumena
nouveaux
novae
novellae
novelle
novenae
noyaux
nubeculae
nucelli
nuchae
nucleoli
nuclei
numina
nunataker
nuraghi
nymphae
nymphaea
oaves
oarsmen
oarswomen
oases
obbligati
obeli
oblasti
obligati
oboli
occipita
oceanaria
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a water-sprite
a word of negation
a noble
a knotty point, difficulty
intellectual activity; purely intellectual perception
a traditional Japanese style of drama
a traditional Japanese style of drama
a name
a province or department
something that is not a crisis
a prayer service held at 3 p m
a composition for nine instruments
one who is not a hero
the absence of life
one who is not a man
(Something) not connected with the self
a poem describing a return or return journey
something to be specially noted or observed
an account, a list; spec a register or list of ecclesiastical sees
a nocturne
the dorsal aspect of the thorax in insects
an object implied by intuition rather than evidence
something new
an exploding star
a Roman emperor's decree (NOVELLAE); a short novel
(NOVELLE or NOVELLAS)
a series of Catholic church services held over nine days
an almond-flavoured liqueur
a cloudy formation in urine
the tissues within a plant's ovule containing the embryo sac
the nape of the neck
a little nucleus
the central part or thing around which others are grouped
a local or presiding divinity
a point of rock appearing above the surface of land ice
a Sardinian round tower
a fold of the vulva
a temple, sanctuary or grotto of the nymphs
a lout; an idiot
a person who rows a boat
a woman who rows
a fertile spot in a desert
an accompaniment by solo instrument other than piano
a dagger sign used in referring to footnotes
a political subdivision of a republic in the former USSR
a passage not to be left out
a small coin
the back of skull
an enclosed part of the sea in which dolphins etc are kept
oceanid
ocellus
ochrea
ocrea
octahedron
octohedron
octonarius
octopod
octopus
onager
oceanides
ocelli
ochreae
ocreae
octahedra
octohedra
octonarii
octopodes
octopi
octopodes
oculi
oddsmen
odea
odontomata
oedemata
oesophagi
oidia
oilmen
oldwives
olea
olpae
omasa
ombudsmen
omenta
ommatea
ommatidia
omnibusses
omophoria
omphali
omphaloi
onagri
oncolysis
oncomouse
oncostman
oogenesis
oogonium
ootheca
operculum
opponens
optimum
opus
opusculum
orarium
oratrix
orchesis
ordo
organum
orleans
oncolyses
oncomice
oncostmen
oogeneses
oogonia
oothecae
opercula
optima
opera
opuscula
oraria
oratrices
orcheses
ordines
organa
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oculus
oddsman
odeum
odontoma
oedema
oesophagus
oidium
oilman
oldwife
oleum
olpe
omasum
ombudsman
omentum
ommateum
ommatidium
omnibus
omophorion
omphalos
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(Greek) an ocean nymph
a small simple eye found in many invertebrates
a scarious sheath round a stem
a sheath of stipules enclosing the leafstalks of certain plants
a solid bounded by eight faces
a solid bounded by eight faces
in prosody, a line having eight feet
an eight-legged creature
a cephalopod; OCTOPI is 'wrong' according to Chambers
but valid; OCTOPODES is archaic
in architecture, any eye-like feature, especially a window
an umpire or arbiter
a building for the performance of music
a tumour arising in connection with the teeth
a pathological accumulation of fluid in tissue spaces
the portion of gut which connects pharynx and stomach
a thin-walled fungal spore
one who works in the oil industry
a kind of duck
fuming sulphuric acid
a Greek jug
the third of the four stomachs of a ruminant
one representing the public
a free fold of the peritoneum
a compound eye
one of the single eyes forming a compound eyes
a large public road vehicle for carrying numerous passengers
an Eastern bishop's vestment like the pallium
central point, navel
a military engine for throwing great stones (ONAGRI); a
kind of wild ass (ONAGERS)
the destruction of tumours
a mouse bred for cancer treatment research
a mine worker paid by the day
the enlargement of an oogonium that produces an ovum
the female reproductive organ in fungi or seaweed
a case containing the eggs of some insects
a lid-like gill flap or horny shell cover in snails
a muscle of the thumb
the best possibility
a work, esp. an artistic or literary work
a minor work
a deacon's stole
a woman plaintiff, or complainant, in equity pleading
the art of dancing in Greek chorus
an annual religious calendar showing the office for each day
a method of philosophical investigation
a variety of plum
ornis
orraman
orthoaxis
orthosis
os
os
osculum
osmeterium
osmosis
osteitis
osteoma
osteosis
ostinato
ostium
ostosis
ostracon
ostrakon
otitis
ou
ourself
ovaritis
overman
oversman
ovolo
ovotestis
ovum
ox
oxymoron
ornithes
orramen
orthoaxes
orthoses
ora ossa
osar
oscula
osmeteria
osmoses
osteitides
osteomata
osteoses
ostinati
ostia
ostoses
ostraca
ostraka
otitides
ouens
ourselves
ovaritides
overmen
oversmen
ovoli
ovotestes
ova
oxen
oxymora
oysterman
paceman
packman
pactum
paderero
padre
padrone
paenula
paesano
pailful
pais
paisa
palais
palama
palazzo
palea
palestra
palla
palladium
oystermen
pacemen
packmen
pacta
padereroes
padri
padroni
paenulae
paesani
pailsful
paise
palamae
palazzi
paleae
palestrae
pallae
palladia
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the birds collectively of a region; its avifauna
a man who does odd jobs
in crystallography, the orthodiagonal
a device which supports or corrects deformities
a bone
an esker
the excretory organ of a sponge
a forked process behind the head of certain caterpillars
diffusion of liquids through a semi-permeable membrane
inflammation of the bone
a tumor composed mainly of bone; a tumor of a bone
the formation of bone
a short melody or phrase constantly repeated
the mouth of a river
bone formation, ossification
a shard of limestone or pottery used as a writing tablet
a shard of limestone or pottery used as a writing tablet
inflammation of the ear
a man, a bloke
myself -- used in formal or regal contexts
inflammation of the ovaries
a supervisor in mining
an overseer; a superintendent
a moulding with the rounded part a quarter circle
an organ which produces both ova and spermatozoa
an egg
a bovine animal > OXEN); a clumsy person > OXES
apparent paradox achieved by the juxtaposition of words
which seem to contradict one another
one who gathers or breeds oysters
a fast bowler
one who bears a pack; a peddler
a pact
a former short piece of chambered ordnance
an army chaplain
an innkeeper; an employer
a Roman travelling cloak
a fellow countryman
the contents of a pail
(Arch.) the people from whom a jury is drawn
a Bangladeshi coin
(Fr.) a palace
a membrane extending between the toes of a bird
an Italian palace, often one converted into a museum
the membranous inner bract of a grass flower
a wrestling school
an oblong rectangular piece of cloth, worn by Roman ladies
a safeguard > PALLADIA; a chemical element >
PALLADIUMS
pallium
palmetto
palpebra
palpus
pancratium
pandanus
panettone
panino
panjandrum
panmixis
pantihose
pantryman
pantyhose
paolo
paparazzo
papilla
papilloma
pappus
papula
papyrus
parabasis
parabola
paracusis
parador
parabema
paralysis
paramecium
parament
parapodium
parashah
parataxis
pallia
palmettoes
palpebrae
palpi
pancratia
pandani
panettoni
panini
panjandra
panmixes
pantrymen
paoli
paparazzi
papillae
papillomata
pappi
papulae
papyri
parabases
parabolae
paracuses
paradores
parabemata
paralyses
paramecia
paramenta
parapodia
parashot
parashoth
parashioth
parataxes
parazoon
parenesis
parergon
paresis
pargo
parhelion
parodos
parotis
parulis
paruresis
parazoa
pareneses
parerga
pareses
pargoes
parhelia
parodoi
parotides
parulides
parureses
pas
passado
passerby
passman
passadoes
passersby
passmen
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a white woollen vestment worn by the Pope
any of various usu small and sometimes stemless fan palms
the eyelid
a sense organ attached to mouth-parts of certain insects
an athletic contest involving both boxing and wrestling
a kind of palm tree
a kind of spiced cake
a kind of sandwich
a powerful personage or pretentious official
random mating within a breeding population
tights worn by women or children with ordinary dress
one who looks after a pantry
tights worn by women or children with ordinary dress
an obsolete papal silver coin
a photographer who pursues celebrities
a nipple-like projection
a tumor formed by hypertrophy of the papillae of the skin
a downy tuft on plant seed
a pimple
a parchment made from reeds
a speech in Greek drama where chorus addresses audience
a kind of curve
disordered hearing
a type of tourist accommodation in Spain
in Byzantine architecture, a chapel walled off from the bema
the state of being unable to move
a genus of tiny animals including the slipper animalcule
a rich decoration, hanging or robe
a muscular lateral appendage occurring in polychaete worms
a passage in Jewish literature
the juxtaposition of clauses or phrases without the use of
coordinating or subordinating conjunctions
a sponge
an exhortation
a piece of work in addition to one's principal employment
a partial form of paralysis
a kind of fish
a halo-like light seen in sky opposite the sun
an ode sung in ancient Greek drama
the parotid gland, near the ear
a small suppurating inflamed spot on the gum, aka gumboil
a type of phobia in which the sufferer is unable to urinate in
the presence of others
(Fr.) a step; PASES exists as a plural of PASE
a forward thrust in fencing
one who passes by
one who passes for a degree, without honors
pasticcio
pastorale
patagium
patella
patera
paterero
patina
patois
patrico
patrolman
pease
peatman
peccadillo
pecorino
peculium
pedalo
pederero
pedesis
pediculus
pedipalpus
pedrero
pelta
pelvis
pemphigus
penknife
penman
pence
pasticci
pastorali
patagia
patellae
paterae
patereroes
patinae
patricoes
patrolmen
peasen peason
peatmen
peccadilloes
pecorini
peculia
pedaloes
pedereroes
pedeses
pediculi
pedipalpi
pedreroes
peltae
pelves
pemphigi
penknives
penmen
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penicillus
penna
penni
pennill
pensione
pentathlum
pentito
penumbra
penwoman
peon
peplum
peraeon
pereion
pereon
periaktos
penicilli
pennae
pennia
penillion
pennillion
pensioni
pentathla
pentiti
penumbrae
penwomen
peones
pepla
peraea
pereia
perea
periaktoi
peribolos
peribolus
pericon
pericope
periboloi
periboli
pericones
pericopae
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a medley, a pastiche
a composition in a soft, rural style
a web of skin between forelimbs and hind-limbs
a kneecap
a round flat dish used in Roman sacrifices
a former short piece of chambered ordnance
a film or surface that forms on surface of metal or wood
(Fr.) a spoken regional dialect
a hedge-priest
a police officer on duty on a beat
peas; PEASES is valid as a verb form
a carter or seller of peat
a slight offense or sin
an Italian cheese made with sheep's milk
private property
a small pedal-propelled boat
a former short piece of chambered ordnance
Brownian movement
any member of the louse genus
the second paired appendage in Arachnida
a former short piece of chambered ordnance
a light shield
the bony cavity at the lower end of the trunk
the bony cavity at the lower end of the trunk
a small pocket-knife
a person skilled in writing
really a plural, but now colloquially used as a singular with
plural PENCE or PENCES
a pad for wounds
a feather, esp a large feather of the tail or wing
a Finnish monetary unit
a verse or stanza in Welsh poetry
a boarding-house
a pentathlon
in Italy, a Mafia criminal who has become a police informer
partial shade
a female person skilled in handwriting
a day-labourer, esp. in Spanish-speaking America
a short skirt-like section attached to the waistline of a dress
the thorax in Crustacea
the thorax in Crustacea
the thorax in Crustacea
in the ancient Greek theatre, a tall revolving prism at the side
of the stage, projecting a variety of backdrops
a precinct; an enclosing wall of a precinct
a precinct; an enclosing wall of a precinct
an Argentinan folk-dance
an excerpt or passage read during religious services
peridinium
peridium
perigonium
perihelion
perikaryon
perimysium
perineum
periosteum
peritoneum
peritus
pernio
perradius
persona
pertussis
pes
pessimum
petechia
peterman
petto
pfennig
phalanx
peridinia
peridia
perigonia
perihelia
perikarya
perimysia
perinea
periostea
peritonea
periti
perniones
perradii
personae
pertusses
pedes
pessima
petechiae
petermen
petti
pfennige
phalanges
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phantasma
pharynx
phalli
phantasmata
pharynges
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phelonion
phenomenon
phases
phelonia
phenomena
pheresis
philtrum
phimosis
phereses
philtra
phimoses
phiz
phlebitis
phoca
pholas
phorminx
phosphorus
phraseman
phrenesis
phrenitis
phthisis
phylaxis
phyle
phylesis
phyllodium
phizzes
phlebitides
phocae
phorminges
phosphori
phrasemen
phreneses
phrenitides
phthises
phylaxises
phylae
phyleses
phyllodia
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a genus of dinoflagellates
the envelope or coat of certain fungi
any organ inclosing the essential organs of a flower
the point when the earth is closest to the sun during its orbit
the cell body of a neuron containing the nucleus
the connective tissue sheath which surrounds a muscle
the part of the body between the genital organs and the anus
a tough fibrous membrane covering the surface of bones
the smooth membrane which lines the cavity of the abdomen
a theological consultant in the Roman Catholic church
a chilblain
the primary radius of a coelenterate
a character assumed by an author, performer, etc
whooping cough
the human foot
the point at which any condition is least favourable
a small red or purple spot on the skin
a safe-blower
the breast
a small copper coin of Germany, a hundredth of a mark
a formation of infantry in ancient Greece (PHALANXES); a
bone of the finger (PHALANGES)
the penis; a symbol of generation in primitive religions
a phantasm
in humans, the cavity situated behind the nose, mouth, and
larynx and connecting them with the oesophagus
a stage in growth or development
an Eastern vestment like a chasuble
anything directly apprehended by the senses;
PHENOMENA also used as a singular with plural
PHENOMENAS
a specialised form of blood donation
the vertical groove in the middle of the upper lip
a condition of the penis in which the prepuce can not be
drawn back so as to uncover the glans penis
physiognomy, face
inflammation of a vein
a genus of seals
a mollusc of the piddock genus of rock-boring molluscs
a kind of lyre used by the Greeks
an element
a user or maker of fine phrases
delirium; frenzy
inflammation of the brain, or of the meninges of the brain
a progressive wasting disease; spec. pulmonary tuberculosis
an inhibiting of infection by the body
an ancient Greek division of the people of a state into clans
the course of evolutionary development
a petiole dilated into the form of a blade
phylum
physis
phytosis
piano
phyla
physes
phytoses
piani
piazza
picador
piccadillo
pice
pickadillo
pieman
pierogi
piazze
picadores
piccadilloes
pickadilloes
piemen
pierogi
pierogies
pifferari
pignora
pikemen
pikestaves
pilae
pilei
pilotmen
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pitchman
pithos
pitman
pivotman
pizzicato
placebo
placeman
placenta
pilulae
pila
pineta
pingoes
pinkoes
pinnae
pinnulae
pinones
pintadoes
pintoes
pirogen
piroghi pirogi
pirogies
pirojki
pirozhki
piroshki
piscinae
pitchmen
pithoi
pitmen
pivotmen
pizzicati
placeboes
placemen
placentae
placitum
plaidman
plainsman
placita
plaidmen
plainsmen
pifferaro
pignus
pikeman
pikestaff
pila
pileus
pilotman
pilula
pilum
pinetum
pingo
pinko
pinna
pinnula
pinon
pintado
pinto
pirog
pirogi
pirozhok
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a main division of the animal or vegetable kingdom
the principle of growth or change in nature
the presence of vegetable parasites or disease caused by them
a musical instrumetn > PIANOS; a soft passage in music >
PIANI
in Italy, a public square
a mounted bull-fighter with a lance
a cut or vandyked edging
an Indian coin, 1/4 anna
a cut or vandyked edging
one who sells pies
(Russian) a small dumpling with a filling
a piffero player
property held as security for a debt
a soldier who uses a pike
the staff, or shaft, of a pike
a pillar-like anatomical structure
the umbrella-shaped portion of a mushroom
a railway employee who guides trains across a section of
single-track line
a small pill
a Roman javelin
a collection of pine-trees
a cone-shaped mound with an ice core
a person who is something of a socialist but hardly a red
a projecting feather
one of the small divisions of a decompound frond or leaf
an edible pine seed
a kind of petrel; the Cape guinea fowl
a piebald horse
(Russian) a pastry made with meat or cabbage filling
(Russian) a pastry made with meat or cabbage filling
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a basin set in wall of church to drain away ceremonial water
a street or market trader
a large Greek storage jar
a man who works in a pit
a soldier on whom a formation turns
a direction to violinists to pluck the string with the finger
a harmless substance given as medicine to humor a patient
one who holds or occupies a place
a round flat spongy vascular organ to which the foetus of
most mammals is attached by the umbilical cord
the decision of a court or assembly
a Highlander
a dweller in a plain, esp in N America
planta
plantsman
planula
plasmodium
plateau
plateful
plateman
platy
platypus
pleaseman
plectrum
pleiad
plenipo
plenum
pleura
plica
ploughman
plowman
plumula
pluteus
podium
poignado
poinado
pointman
pointsman
poisha
policeman
politico
pollex
pollinium
pollman
poltfoot
poly
polyanthus
polyhedron
polynya
polyparium
polyposis
polypus
polyzoon
pomato
ponceau
pongo
pontifex
popliteus
porosis
portico
portman
portolano
plantae
plantsmen
planulae
plasmodia
plateaux
platesful
platemen
platys
platypi
pleasemen
plectra
pleiades
plenipoes
plena
pleurae
plicae
ploughmen
plowmen
plumulae
plutei
podia
poignadoes
poinadoes
pointmen
pointsmen
policemen
politicoes
pollices
pollinia
pollmen
poltfeet
polys
polyanthi
polyhedra
polynyi
polyparia
polyposes
polypi
polyzoa
pomatoes
ponceaux
pongoes
pontifices
poplitei
poroses
porticoes
portmen
portolani
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the sole of the foot
a person who has great knowledge of gardening
a free-swimming larva of coelenterates etc
a naked mass of protoplasm with many nuclei
a flat highland
the contents of a plate
a man who has the care of silver plate in a hotel, club, etc
a small tropical fish; also PLATIES.
an egg-laying mammal
an officious fellow
a pick for stringed instruments
a group of seven illustrious persons
an envoy having full power
a space completely filled with matter
a membrane lining half of the thorax
a fold
a man who drives or guides horses in ploughing
a man who drives or guides horses in ploughing
a little feather or plume
a sea-urchin or brittle-star larva
a low wall, serving as a foundation, a substructure
a small dagger
a poniard
the soldier at the head of a patrol
a man who has charge of railroad points or switches
(Bengali) a Bangladeshi monetary unit
a man who is a member of a police force
a politician
(Lat.) the thumb
a coherent mass of pollen, as in most orchids
a student with a pass degree
a clubfoot
(short for) polytechnic college
the oxlip
a body or solid contained by many sides or planes
an area of open water in sea ice
the framework and base of a polyp colony, esp coral
the presence or development of polyps
a nasal polyp
one of the individual zooids forming a polyzoan
a tomato grafted on to a potato
a poppy-coloured red dye
any large ape
(Lat.) a high priest; a pontiff
a muscle in the leg
the knitting together of broken bones
a formal entrance to a classical temple etc
an inhabitant of a port, esp of one of the Cinque Ports
in the Middle Ages, a navigation manual
postcava
postman
postulatum
postwoman
potato
potman
praeludium
praenomen
praeses
praesidium
praxis
precava
precieux
precis
predella
prehallux
prelife
preludio
preman
premium
prenomen
prepollex
prepubis
prepupa
presa
prescutum
preses
presidium
pressman
presternum
priapus
priedieu
primo
primordium
principe
principium
privado
prizeman
proboscis
procambium
proclisis
proctitis
proctodeum
prodrome
prodromus
prognosis
prolepsis
postcavae
postmen
postulata
postwomen
potatoes
potmen
praeludia
praenomina
praesidia
praxes
precavae
predelle
prehalluces
prelives
preludi
premen
premia
prenomina
prepollices
prepubes
prepupae
prese
prescuta
presidia
pressmen
presterna
priapi
priedieux
primi
primordia
principi
principia
privadoes
prizemen
proboscides
procambia
proclises
proctitides
proctodea
prodromata
prodromi
prognoses
prolepses
promuscis
promusces
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the inferior vena cava
a mailman
a postulate
a female postman
a S. American plant widely grown in temperate regions
a pot companion
a prelude
the first name of an ancient Roman
(Scots) a president or chairman
a standing committee in the former Soviet Union
the exercise or practice of an art, science, or skill
the superior vena cava
(French) a man affecting a fastidious over-refinement
a concise summary; PRECISES is valid as a verb form
a platform for an altar; a portable altar or decoration upon it
an extra first toe on the preaxial side of the hallux
a life conceived of as lived before one's earthly life
a prelude
a hominid or manlike creature
a sum regularly paid for insurance
the first name of an ancient Roman
(Lat.) (in some animals) a rudimentary innermost finger
the animal hip bone
an insect in the stage of life before a pupa
a musical symbol
part of a thoracic segment of an insect
(Scots) a president or chairman
a standing committee in the former Soviet Union
one who works for the Press
the anterior segment of the sternum
a statue or image of the god Priapus
a low desk with a foot-piece for kneeling in prayer
the first or principal part in a duo
the first discernible rudiment
a prince
first principles, elements
a private friend; a confidant
the winner of a prize
an elongated organ, usually associated with the mouth
the young tissue of a fibrovascular bundle
the pronunciation of a word as a proclitic
inflammation of the rectum, aka rectitis
a part of the anus
an initial symptom of a disease
a prefatory work
a forecasting or forecast, esp of the course of a disease
a rhetorical device of weakening objections by anticipating
them
a proboscis, especially an insect's
pronaos
pronator
pronephros
pronotum
pronucleus
promuscides
pronaoi
pronatores
pronephra
pronota
pronuclei
propagulum
propman
propositus
proprium
propagula
propmen
propositi
propria
proptosis
propylaeum
propylon
proscenium
proseman
prosoma
prosternum
prostomium
protasis
proteus
prothallus
prothesis
prothorax
protonema
protozoon
proviso
pruta
prutah
prytaneum
psalterium
pseudaxis
psilosis
psoas
psoriasis
psychosis
pterion
pterygium
pteryla
ptilosis
ptosis
ptyxis
pudendum
puerpera
puerperium
pul
puli
pullus
proptoses
propylaea
propyla
proscenia
prosemen
prosomata
prosterna
prostomia
protases
protei
prothalli
protheses
prothoraces
protonemata
protozoa
provisoes
prutot
prutoth
prytanea
psalteria
pseudaxes
psiloses
psoae psoai
psoriases
psychoses
pteria
pterygia
pterylae
ptiloses
ptoses
ptyxes
pudenda
puerperae
puerperia
puli
pulik
pulli
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a vestibule in front of a temple
the forearm muscle that effects pronation
a primitive kidney that disappears in embryonic development
the back of an insect's prothorax
the nucleus of a germ-cell after meiosis and before
fertilization
a runner terminated by a germinating bud
a man in charge of stage properties
one to whom the family relationships of others are reckoned
an attribute not essential to a species but common and
peculiar to it
the forward displacement of an organ, particularly the eyeball
a vestibule before a building or leading into an inclosure
the porch, vestibule, or entrance of an edifice
the part of the stage in front of the curtain
a writer of prose
the anterior of the body of an animal, as of a cephalopod
the sternum of the prothorax of insects
that portion of the head of an annelid in front of the mouth
the first or introductory clause in a sentence
the olm, a blind, cave-dwelling amphibian
the gametophyte in ferns and related plants
the development of an extra sound at the start of a word
the first or anterior segment of the thorax in insects
a branched filament produced by a moss spore
a single celled animal
a provision or condition in a deed or other writing
an Israeli monetary unit
an Israeli monetary unit
the town hall of an ancient Greek city
the third stomach of ruminants
an axis made up of the basal portions of several branches
loss of hair
a muscle of the loin
the state of being affected with psora, a cutaneous disease
a serious mental disorder characterized by e.g. illusions
a suture in the skull
a vertebrate limb
a tract of skin bearing contour feathers in birds
plumage or mode of feathering
a drooping of the upper eyelid
the way in which an individual leaf is folded in a bud
the external female reproductive organs
a woman who has recently given birth
the condition immediately following childbirth
a coin of Afghanistan
a long-haired sheepdog
a chick or young bird
pulmo
pulvinus
punctum
pundonor
puntsman
pupa
puparium
purlieu
putamen
putois
putto
pycnidium
pycnosis
pulmones
pulvini
puncta
pundonores
puntsmen
pupae
puparia
purlieux
putamina
putti
pycnidia
pycnoses
pygidium
pyknosis
pylorus
pyosis
pyramidion
pyramis
pyrolysis
pyrosis
pysanka
pyxidium
pyxis
qindar
qintar
quadratus
quadriga
quadrivium
quaich
quale
quantum
quarryman
quartetto
quillman
quintetto
qwerty
rabato
rachilla
rachis
rachitis
raddleman
radiale
radioman
radius
radix
radula
raftman
pygidia
pyknoses
pylori
pyoses
pyramidia
pyramides
pyrolyses
pyroses
pysanky
pyxidia
pyxides
qindarka
qintarka
quadrati
quadrigae
quadrivia
quaichs
qualia
quanta
quarrymen
quartetti
quillmen
quintetti
qwertys
rabatoes
rachillae
rachides
rachitises
raddlemen
radialia
radiomen
radii
radices
radulae
raftmen
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a lung
a swelling at the base of a stalk or leaf or leaflet
a point or dot
a point of honor
one who operates a punt
an insect in the usu passive stage between larva and imago
the last larval skin of the pupa
a neighbourhood
a fruit stone; a membrane lining an eggshell
(Fr.) a brush for painting pottery
an artistic representation of a cherub
a roundish fructification formed by many species of fungi
the shrinkage of the stainable material of a nucleus into a
deeply staining knot, usu. a feature of cell degeneration
the posterior division of the body in trilobites
the shrinkage of the stainable material of a nucleus
the opening from the stomach into the intestine
the process through which pus is formed
the capstone of a pyramid or the top of an obelisk
(Shakesp.) a pyramid
decomposition due to heat
cardialgia, heartburn
a hand-painted Ukrainian Easter egg
a capsule that opens by a transverse circular split
a little box for jewels
a monetary unit of Albania
a monetary unit of Albania
a quadrangular muscle
a two-wheeled carriage drawn by four horses
a higher division of seven liberal arts studied in Middle Ages
(Gaelic) a drinking cup; here QUAICHES is the regular form
a quality or property of something
a minimum quantity
a quarry worker
a quartet, a composition for four voices
a clerk
a quintet
the usual keyboard layout; note also QWERTIES
a stiff collar
the axis of a grass spikelet
the spine or axis of a feather
inflammation of the spine; rickets
one who marks eg sheep with raddle
a wrist-bone in line with the radius
a radio operator
the shorter and thicker of the two arm bones
(Lat.) a root; a root-number or numerical base
a mollusc's tongue, that is studded with tiny teeth
one who works on the rafts
raftsman
ragman
railbus
railman
railwoman
ramentum
rampsman
ramulus
ranchman
ranunculus
ranzelman
raphe
raphis
rappen
rearmouse
rebato
rectrix
rectum
rectus
reddendum
reddleman
redia
reedman
reelman
referendum
reformado
refugium
regina
regma
regnum
regula
regulus
reinsman
rejon
relatum
raftsmen
ragmen
railbusses
railmen
railwomen
ramenta
rampsmen
ramuli
ranchmen
ranunculi
ranzelmen
raphae
raphides
rearmice
rebatoes
rectrices
recta
recti
reddenda
reddlemen
rediae
reedmen
reelmen
referenda
reformadoes
refugia
reginae
regmata
regna
regulae
reguli
reinsmen
rejones
relata
religieux
remex
renegado
repairman
replum
repoman
reptilium
reremouse
reseau
residuum
resinosis
responsum
rete
remiges
renegadoes
repairmen
repla
repomen
reptilia
reremice
reseaux
residua
resinoses
responsa
retia
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one who operates a raft
a man who collects, or deals in, rags
a lightweight railway bus
one who works on the railway
a female railway worker
thin brownish chaffy scales upon leaves or young shoots
one who makes a disturbance to cover the activities of others
a small branch
a person who ranches
a genus of flowers
an official who searches for stolen goods
a seam-like junction
a needle-like crystal occurring in plant cells
(German) a monetary unit of Switzerland
a bat
a stiff collar or support for a ruff
(Lat.) the quill feathers of a bird's tail
the last part of the large intestine
a straight muscle
a reserving clause in a lease
one who marks eg sheep with reddle
a form in the life cycle of the trematodes
one who plays a reed instrument
the member of a life-saving surf team who operates the reel
a national vote
a monk of a reformed order
an area that has retained earlier geographic conditions
a queen
a dry fruit formed of cells which break open when ripe
reign, dominion
in architecture, a fillet below a triptych
impure metal; an intermediate product in ore smelting
a skilled rider of horses
a lance used in bull-fighting
in logic, one of the objects between which a relationship
exists
(French) a (male) person bound by monastic vows
(Lat.) one of the large feathers of a bird's wing
a renegade
one whose job is to repair things
a partition in a fruit formed by ingrowth of the placentas
a person employed to repossess unpaid-for goods
a place where live reptiles are kept for show
a type of bat
a fine-meshed ground for lacework
a residue
an abnormal flow of resin
in rabbinical literature, a written response to a question
an anatomical mesh
retiarius
reticulum
retina
retinitis
retinula
revers
retiarii
reticula
retinae
retinitides
retinulae
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rex
reversi
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rhachis
rhaphe
rhaphis
rheotaxis
rhexis
rhinitis
rhinoceros
rhizobium
rhizoma
rhizopus
rhombos
rhombus
rhonchus
rhythmus
rhyton
ribes
ricercare
rifleman
rikishi
rilievo
rima
ringman
ripieno
rezzes
rhachides
rhaphae
rhaphides
rheotaxes
rhexes
rhinitides
rhinoceri
rhizobia
rhizomata
rhizopi
rhomboi
rhombi
rhonchi
rhythmi
rhyta
ricercari
riflemen
rilievi
rimae
ringmen
ripieni
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risorius
rispetto
riverman
roadman
roadsman
rodman
rodsman
rokkaku
rom
rondeau
rooibos
rosarium
rostellum
rostrum
risorii
rispetti
rivermen
roadmen
roadsmen
rodmen
rodsmen
roma
rondeaux
rosaria
rostella
rostra
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a gladiator armed with a net
the second stomach of ruminants
the light-sensitive layer of the eyeball
inflammation of the retina
a pigmented cell in some arthropod compound eyes
(Fr.) any part of a garment which is turned back; REVERSES
is valid from REVERSE
a back-handed sword-stroke
an animal with a single layer of hair (REXES); a king
(REGES)
(short for) reservation
the spine or axis of a feather; the spinal cord
a seam-like junction
a needle-like crystal occurring in plant cells
the movement of an organism in response to water
rupture of a blood-vessel
inflammation of the nose
a large heavy ungulate mammal of the perissodactyl family
a bacterium effecting nitrogen fixation in leguminous plants
a horizontal underground stem
common bread mold
a bull-roarer
an equilateral parallelogram
a whistling or snoring sound
rhythm
a drinking-cup
a genus of shrubs including gooseberries and currants
any of various old contrapuntal instrumental forms
a soldier armed with a rifle
(Japanese) a sumo wrestler
a relief, a work in relief
the passage in the glottis between the vocal cords
the ring finger
the body of instruments accompanying the concertino in
baroque concerto music
a facial muscle
a type of Italian folk-song with 8-line stanzas
one who works on the river
one who works making or repairing roads
one who works making or repairing roads
a person who carries or uses a rod
a person who carries or uses a rod
(Japanese) a fighting kite
a gypsy man
a lyrical French poetic form
tea prepared from the dried leaves of an African plant
a rose garden
a small beaklike process or extension of some part
a spike on prow of warship for ramming
rotator
rotl
rotula
rouleau
roundsman
routeman
roux
rubai
rubato
rubel
ruckman
ruddleman
ruga
rumen
russula
rype
saccos
sacculus
sacellum
sackful
sacrarium
sacrum
saddo
saeculum
safetyman
sagaman
sakkos
salaryman
salesman
salicetum
salix
salmis
salpa
salpinx
sambo
sanatorium
sanctum
sandman
sanitarium
sanitorium
santims
santimu
sapego
saphena
sarcina
sarcoma
sargasso
sarmentum
rotatores
artal
rotulae
rouleaux
roundsmen
routemen
rubaiyat
rubati
rubli
ruckmen
ruddlemen
rugae
rumina
russulae
ryper
saccoi
sacculi
sacella
sacksful
sacraria
sacra
saddoes
saecula
safetymen
sagamen
sakkoi
salarymen
salesmen
saliceta
salices
salpae
salpinges
samboes
sanatoria
sancta
sandmen
sanitaria
sanitoria
santimi
sapegoes
saphenae
sarcinae
sarcomata
sargassa
sargassoes
sarmenta
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a muscle which partially rotates or turns some part on its axis
a unit of weight in some Middle Eastern countries
the kneecap
a roll of coins, wrapped in paper
a person who goes round esp one sent by a shopkeeper
a shopkeeper's roundsman
a thickening made of equal quantities of butter and flour
a Persian verse-form
a musical piece in modified or distorted rhythm
a currency unit of Belarus
a person who plays in the ruck
a person who digs or deals in ruddle
an anatomical fold
the first of the four stomachs of a ruminant
any fungus of the genus Russula
ptarmigan
an Eastern bishop's vestment
a little sac; esp a part of the membranous labyrinth of the ear
an unroofed space consecrated to a divinity
the contents of a sack
a sanctuary or sacristy (room housing sacred vessels)
part of the vertebral column
an unsociable person
an astronomical or geological age
a type of defensive player in American football
a narrator of Icelandic or Norwegian sagas
an Eastern bishop's vestment
in Japan, an office worker
a man who sells merchandise
a thicket or plantation of willows
(Lat.) a genus of trees or shrubs including the willow
(Fr.) a ragout of roast game
a genus of oceanic tunicates
the tube leading from the middle ear to the pharynx
a colloquial appellation for a negro
a hospital, especially for tuberculosis
a sacred place
a mythical being that brings sleep
a health station or retreat; a sanatorium
a hospital, especially for tuberculosis
a Latvian coin
a former coin of Latvia
a dry, scaly eruption on the skin
one of two main superficial veins of leg
a type of bacterium
a tumour of connective tissue
a genus of alga including gulfweed
a long whiplike runner, leafless except at the tip
sartorius
sastruga
sau
sawtooth
saxman
saz
sbirro
scala
scaldino
scalenus
scampi
scapula
scapus
scarabaeus
scarf
scarpetto
sceat
sceatt
schema
scherzo
schliere
schnecke
schnoz
scholium
schoolman
schul
scirrhus
sclera
scleroma
sclerosis
sclerotium
scolex
scolion
scoliosis
scoopful
scop
scopa
scopula
scoria
scotoma
scrotum
scudo
scungile
scungille
scutellum
scutum
scybalum
scyphus
sartorii
sastrugi
sawteeth
saxmen
sazzes
sbirri
scalae
scaldini
scaleni
scampies
scapulae
scapi
scarabaei
scarves
scarpetti
sceattas
sceattas
schemata
scherzi
schlieren
schnecken
schnozzes
scholia
schoolmen
schuln
scirrhi
sclerae
scleromata
scleroses
sclerotia
scoleces
scolices
scolia
scolioses
scoopsful
scopas
scopae
scopulae
scoriae
scotomata
scrota
scudi
scungili
scungilli
scutella
scuta
scybala
scyphi
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the muscle that bends the knee
long parallel ridges of snow that form on windy plains
a Vietnamese coin
one of a set of teeth resembling a saw, as on certain sharks
one who plays the saxophone
a stringed instrument of North Africa
an Italian police officer
a machine for reducing dislocations of the humerus
an Italian earthenware brazier
one of the paired muscles in the neck
crustaceans of the genus Nephrops
the shoulder-blade
the shaft of a column or feather
any of various kinds of lamellicorn beetle
a piece of material worn about the neck
a climbing shoes with hemp sole
a small silver or gold coin of Anglo-Saxon times
a small silver or gold coin of Anglo-Saxon times
an outline or image applicable to a general conception
in music, a lively busy movement in triple time
a visible streak of different density in a fluid or rock
a sweet bread roll, containing nuts and cinnamon
(Yiddish) nose
an annotation to an argument written in a margin
a philosopher or theologian of medieval scholasticism
a synagogue
a hard swelling
the outer membrane of the eyeball
an abnormally hard patch of bodily tissue
hardening; morbid hardening, e.g. of arteries
a hardened body formed by certain fungi
the head of a tapeworm
a short drinking song of ancient Greece
a lateral curvature of the spine
the contents of a scoop
an Anglo-Saxon bard
a brush-like tuft on back legs or abdomen of bees
a brush-like tuft of hairs on legs of some spiders
dross or slag from metal-smelting
dizziness with headache and impairment of vision
the bag of skin that contains the testicles
a coin formerly current in various Italian States
conch used as food
conch used as food
the fructification of certain lichens
a hard exoskeletal plate
a lump or mass of hard faeces in the intestine
a drinking vessel used in ancient Greece
scytheman
seaman
seaquarium
seawife
seawoman
secondo
seculum
seder
sedes
sedile
seedman
seedsman
sefer
segno
selectman
selenosis
self
sella
semantron
scythemen
seamen
seaquaria
seawives
seawomen
secondi
secula
sedarim
sedilia
seedmen
seedsmen
sifrei
segni
selectmen
selenoses
selves
sellae
semantra
semeion
semen
semidwarf
semihobo
seminoma
semiosis
semeia
semina
semidwarves
semihoboes
seminomata
semioses
semuncia
sen
senarius
senhor
senor
senryu
sensilla
sensorium
sensum
sente
senti
separatum
sepsis
septarium
septennium
septum
sequela
sequestrum
seraph
semunciae
senarii
senhores
senores
sensillae
sensoria
sensa
licente lisente
separata
sepses
septaria
septennia
septa
sequelae
sequestra
seraphin
seraphins
seraphim
seraphims
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one who uses a scythe
a sailor
an oceanarium
a kind of fish, the European wrasse
a woman serving at sea
the second part in a concerted piece
an astronomical or geological age
a Jewish Pesach ceremonial meal
(Lat.) a seat
a seat in a church for the officiating clergy
a dealer in seeds
a dealer in seeds
any book of Hebrew religious literature
a notational sign in music
one of a board of town officers in the New England States
selenium poisoning
one's own person; SELFS is valid as a verb form
a saddle-shaped area in the sphenoid bone
a wooden or metal bar struck with a mallet, used instead of a
bell in Orthodox churches
in ancient prosody, one of the two divisions of a foot
seed
a plant that is half dwarf
a person having some of the characteristics of a hobo
a malignant tumour of the testicle
a process in which something functions as a sign to an
organism
a Roman coin, one twenty-fourth part of a Roman pound
a Japanese monetary unit; SENS exists as old form of since
a verse of six iambs
(Spanish) Mr
(Spanish) Mr
a 3-line Japanese poem
a simple sense organ
the seat of sensation
a sense datum
a monetary unit of Lesotho
a former monetary unit of Tanzania
a separate offprint
the state of being septic
a mineral nodule with cracks filled with another mineral
a period of seven years
a partition which divides up a region
a condition resulting from a previous disease or injury
a portion of dead bone, as in necrosis
a kind of angel; SERAPHIM and SERAPHIN are also used
as singular with plural SERAPHIMS and SERAPHINS
series
serosa
serpigo
serpula
serra
serratus
serum
sestertium
sestertius
seta
sextarius
sforzando
sforzato
sgraffito
shacko
shako
shammas
shammash
shammes
shammos
shamois
shamos
shantyman
shareman
sharesman
sharif
shearman
sheep
sheepman
shegetz
shekel
sheqel
shero
shigella
shilingi
shindy
shinleaf
shipman
shireman
shiur
shmo
shochet
shoe
shofar
shojo
shophar
shopman
serosae
serpigoes
serpigines
serpulae
serrae
serrati
sera
sestertia
sestertii
setae
sextarii
sforzandi
sforzati
sgraffiti
shackoes
shakoes
shammasim
shammashim
shammosim
shammosim
shamosim
shantymen
sharemen
sharesmen
ashraf
shearmen
sheepmen
shkotzim
shekalim
shekelim
sheqalim
sheroes
shigellae
shindys
shinleaves
shipmen
shiremen
shiurim
shmoes
shochetim
shoon
shofroth
shophroth
shopmen
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an arrangement of one after another
a serous membrane
a dry, scaly eruption on the skin; especially, a ringworm
a tubicolous annelid, esp one of the genus Serpula
a serrated organ, structure, or edge
a muscle of the thorax
a watery liquid, esp that which separates from blood
a Roman money of account equal to 1000 sesterces
a Roman coin or denomination of money
a bristle
an ancient Roman unit of liquid measure
a direction to play a passage with special emphasis
a direction to play a passage with special emphasis
scratching the surface of pottery to reveal a different colour
the hat usually worn by members of a marching band
the hat usually worn by members of a marching band
the sexton in a synagogue
the sexton in a synagogue
the sexton in a synagogue
the sexton in a synagogue
a chamois
the sexton in a synagogue
the solo singer in shanties
a fisherman who shares profits with the owner
a fisherman who shares profits with the owner
a descendant of Mohammed through his daughter Fatima
one whose occupation is to shear cloth
a ruminant mammal
one who tends sheep
a Jewish boy not observing traditional Jewish behaviour
the standard unit of currency of Israel
an ancient unit of weight
a female hero
a rod-shaped bacterium that causes bacillary dysentery
a monetary unit of Tanzania
an uproar; note also SHINDIES
a perennial herb
a sailor; a skipper
a sheriff
a lesson, esp one in which a passage of the Talmud is studied
a stupid person
a slaughterer who slaughters in the kosher manner
an item of footwear; SHOON is archaic
a trumpet used in Jewish ceremonies
Japanese manga for girls
a ram's horn used in Jewish religious ceremonies
one who owns or operates a small store
shoreman
shoresman
showman
shrewmouse
shtetl
shul
siciliana
sickleman
siddur
sideman
siderosis
sidesman
sightsman
sigisbeo
siglos
signalman
signior
signore
signorina
signorino
silenus
silicosis
silicula
siliqua
silphium
silva
simplex
simulacrum
sinciput
sinfonia
sinopia
siriasis
sistrum
situla
skeo
skio
skiwear
skolion
skyman
skyphos
smalto
snowman
sockman
socman
sokaiya
sokeman
solarium
solatium
soldado
shoremen
shoresmen
showmen
shrewmice
shtetlach
shuln
siciliane
sicklemen
siddurim
sidemen
sideroses
sidesmen
sightsmen
sigisbei
sigloi
signalmen
signiori
signori
signorine
signorini
sileni
silicoses
siliculae
siliquae
silphia
silvae
simplices
simulacra
sincipita
sinfonie
sinopie
siriases
sistra
situlae
skeoes
skioes
skolia
skymen
skyphoi
smalti
snowmen
sockmen
socmen
sokemen
solaria
solatia
soldadoes
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one who dwells on or by the whore
one who dwells on or by the shore
a person who exhibits, or owns, a show
a shrew
a Jewish village
a synagogue
a Sicilian dance
one who uses a sickle; a reaper
a Jewish prayer book
a member of a band who does occasional solo passages
a sort of pneumonia occuring in iron workers
an assistant to the churchwardens of a parish or church
one who reads or performs music readily at first sight
a professed gallant of a married woman
an ancient Persian coin
a person who operates railway signals
sir
gentleman
(Italian) Miss
a young man, young gentleman
a satyr-like woodland god
a lung disease caused by inhaling silica dust
a kind of seed vessel
a type of dry fruit
a plant used by the Greeks as a foodstuff and in medicine
the assemblage of trees in a region
a figure with a minimum number of vertices
a likeness; a semblance
the forehead
a symphony; a symphony orchestra
a preparatory drawing for a fresco
sunstroke, esp. in children
a kind of rattle
a vessel resembling a bucket in shape
a shed, a hut
a shed, a hut
relating to clothes for skiing
a short drinking song of ancient Greece
a paratrooper
a drinking vessel used in ancient Greece
coloured glass used in mosaics
a figure of a person that is made of snow
one who holds lands or tenements by socage
one who holds lands or tenements by socage
(Japanese) a corporate racketeer
one who holds lands or tenements by socage
a sun-room
a solace or compensation
a soldier
soldo
soleus
solfeggio
solidus
solo
som
soma
sonarman
sonatina
songman
sopranino
soprano
sordino
soredium
sorites
soldi
solei
solfeggi
solidi
soli
somy
somata
sonarmen
sonatine
songmen
sopranini
soprani
sordini
soredia
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sorosis
soroses
sortes
sorus
sostenuto
soundman
sovkhoz
spaceman
spademan
spadesman
spadix
spado
spaeman
spaewife
spatlese
sori
sostenuti
soundmen
sovkhozy
spacemen
spademen
spadesmen
spadices
spadoes
spadones
spaemen
spaewives
spatlesen
spaz
spearman
species
spectrum
speculum
spermarium
spermatium
sphinx
spazzes
spearmen
spectra
specula
spermaria
spermatia
sphinges
spica
spicula
spiderman
spina
spinone
spinula
spiraculum
spicae
spiculae
spidermen
spinae
spinoni
spinulae
spiracula
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an Italian coin
a broad flat muscle in the calf of the leg, that flexes the foot
a singing exercise using the syllable do, re, mi, fa, so, la, ti
a Roman gold coin
a performance by one person
the standard monetary unit of Kyrgyzstan
the whole axial portion of an animal
a person who operates sonar equipment
a short sonata
a singer, a member of a choir
an instrument higher than the corresponding soprano
the highest singing voice
a mute or damper
a small vegetative reproduction body in lichen
a string of statements where the end of one is the subject of
the next
a kind of fruit in which many flowers are united, as in a
pineapple
divination by chance opening of the Bible, Homer, Virgil etc
a cluster of sporangia
a piece played in a sustained or drawn out manner
a member of a film crew whose job it is to record sound
a Soviet state-owned farm
an astronaut
a worker with the spade
a worker with the spade
(Lat.) a flower-spike covered by large leaf, as of arum plant
a castrated or impotent person or animal
one who prophesies
(Scots) a wise woman
a sweet wine made from grapes harvested after the main
vintage
a clumsy, foolish person
one who wields a spear
a population of individuals which can interbreed
any range of radiations in order of wavelength
a coloured patch on a bird's wing
the male germ gland
one of the spermatozoids in the conceptacles of certain fungi
any of several Egyptian stone figures of a creature with a
human or animal head and a lion's body
a kind of bandage
a spicule, prickle, or splinter
a construction worker etc employed on high buildings
as in spina bifida
as in Italian spinone, a wiry-coated gun dog
a small spine
a spiracle
spirillum
spirula
spirulina
splayfoot
splenium
splenius
spoilsman
spokesman
spondulix
spoonful
sporangium
sporidium
sporozoon
sportsman
sputum
squama
squawman
squilla
stableman
staccato
staff
staffman
stalko
stallman
stamnos
stanzo
stapedius
stapes
starets
stasimon
stasis
statesman
stearsman
steatosis
steelman
steersman
stegnosis
stela
stemma
stenosis
sterigma
sternum
sticcado
sticcato
sticharion
sticheron
stichidium
stichos
stickman
spirilla
spirulae
spirulinae
splayfeet
splenia
splenii
spoilsmen
spokesmen
spoonsful
sporangia
sporidia
sporozoa
sportsmen
sputa
squamae
squawmen
squillae
stablemen
staccati
staves
staffmen
stalkoes
stallmen
stamnoi
stanzoes
stapedii
stapedes
startsy
stasima
stases
statesmen
stearsmen
steatoses
steelmen
steersmen
stegnoses
stelae stelai
stemmata
stenoses
sterigmata
sterna
sticcadoes
sticcatoes
sticharia
stichera
stichidia
stichoi
stickmen
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a spirally twisted, aerobic bacterium
a genus of cephalopods
any filamentous cyanobacterium of the genus Spirulina
a foot that is abnormally flattened and spread out
a surgical bandage
a neck muscle
one who serves a cause or a party for a share of the spoils
a person who speaks for another, or for others
(US slang) cash, money
the contents of a spoon
a chamber in which spores are produced through meiosis
a secondary spore in certain kinds of minute fungi
any parasitic protozoan of the class Sporozoa
a man who engages in sport
matter spat out
a scale
a white man with a Native American wife
a kind of mantis shrimp
someone who works at a stable
a musical passage marked by short, clear-cut playing of notes
a pole carried in the hand
a person who holds the staff when a survey is being made
a gentleman without fortune or occupation
one who keeps a stall for the sale of merchandise
an ancient Greek short-necked jar
a stanza
the muscle of the stapes bone inside the ear
the stirrup-shaped bone of the ear
an Eastern Orthodox spiritual advisor
in Greek tragedy, a song of the chorus
cessation, arrest e.g. of growth
a person who takes an important part in governing the state
a steersman
adiposity
a worker in steel
the person who steers a vessel
constipation
an upright stone slab
a diagram representing the interrelationships between texts
narrowing of an orifice
a slender projection of the basidium of some fungi
the breastbone
an instrument like a xylophone
an instrument like a xylophone
a vestment like an alb worn by Orthodox priests
a short hymn
a branch producing tetraspores, in red seaweeds
a stichometric line of a manuscript; a verse
one who supervises the play at a dice table
stigma
stillman
stimulus
stipes
stoa
stoccado
stockman
stoma
stomium
stomodaeum
stigmata
stillmen
stimuli
stipites
stoae stoai
stoccadoes
stockmen
stomata
stomia
stomodaea
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stomodeum
stomodea
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storeman
stornello
stotin
stotinka
stratum
stratus
strelitz
stretta
stretto
stria
striatum
striga
strobila
strobilus
stroma
strongman
strophulus
struma
stucco
stuntman
stylus
subcortex
subcosta
subcutis
subecho
subgenus
subimago
subindex
storemen
stornelli
stotinov
stotinki
strata
strati
strelitzi
strette
stretti
striae
striata
strigae
strobilae
strobili
stromata
strongmen
strophuli
strumae
stuccoes
stuntmen
styli
subcortices
subcostae
subcutes
subechoes
subgenera
subimagoes
subindices
subman
submatrix
submentum
subnucleus
subphylum
subschema
subsellium
submen
submatrices
submenta
subnuclei
subphyla
subschemata
subsellia
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the tip of the female part of the flower
one who operates a distillery
an agency that spurs something or someone to action
(Lat.) a stalk, esp. of the fruiting body of a fungus
a covered walk with colonnade(s)
a thrust
a man in charge of livestock
one of the apertures between the cells in serous membranes
part of the sporangium of ferns that releases the spores
in embryology, the invagination that forms part of the
digestive tract
in embryology, the invagination that forms part of the
digestive tract
a storekeeper
an Italian folk verse form
a monetary unit of Slovenia, one hundredth of a tolar
a Bulgarian monetary unit
a layer e.g. of sedimentary rock
a low-lying cloud resembling a horizontal fog bank
a soldier of the ancient Muscovite guard
the crowding of answer upon subject near the end of a fugue
the crowding of answer upon subject near the end of a fugue
a streak, a furrow
the corpus striatum
the flute of a column
a stack of immature larval jellyfish
a fir cone or similar fruit
the connective tissue or supporting framework of an organ
a person who performs feats of strength, in a circus etc
a skin inflammation found primarily on small children
scrofula or a scrofulous tumour
a kind of plaster for exteriors of buildings
a man who substitutes for an actor in dangerous feats
an instrument for writing
a part of the cortex
the subcostal nervure or vein of an insect's wing
a layer of connective tissue beneath the dermis
an inferior echo
a taxonomic grouping ranking next below a genus
a stage in the development of certain insects
a number or mark placed opposite the lower part of a letter
or symbol to distinguish the symbol
a creature like a man
part of a matrix
the basal part of the lower lip in insects
a secondary nucleus
the taxonomic division below a phylum
part of a schema
one of the stalls of the lower range where there are two
substratum
subtaxon
succah
substrata
subtaxa
succot succoth
succes
succos
succuba
succubus
succus
sudamen
sudarium
sudatorium
sugarloaf
sukkah
sukkos
sulcus
sum
summa
sundrops
superhero
superman
superwife
suppeago
supremum
surculus
surfman
swagman
swagsman
sweetman
swine
swingby
succubae
succubi
succi
sudamina
sudaria
sudatoria
sugarloaves
sukkot
sukkoth
sulci
sumy
summae
superheroes
supermen
superwives
suppeagoes
suprema
surculi
surfmen
swagmen
swagsmen
sweetmen
swingbys
swingman
switchman
swiz
swordman
swordsman
syconium
sycosis
syllabus
syllepsis
sylva
symbiosis
symphysis
sympodium
symposium
symptosis
swingmen
switchmen
swizzes
swordmen
swordsmen
syconia
sycoses
syllabi
syllepses
sylvae
symbioses
symphyses
sympodia
symposia
symptoses
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ranges
that which underlies something
a subdivision of a taxon
a hut or shelter roofed with branches, used by Jews as a
temporary living accommodation during Sukkoth
(Fr.) success
(Hebrew) a Jewish religious festival of thanksgiving
a female demon or fiend
a demon assuming female form to have intercourse with men
juice, any fluid secretion from a plant or animal
a whitish vesicle due to the retention of sweat
a cloth for wiping away sweat
a sweat room in a bath
a loaf or hard mass of refined sugar
a hut or shelter roofed with branches, used by Jews as a
temporary living accommodation during Sukkoth
(Hebrew) a Jewish religious festival of thanksgiving
a groove, a furrow
the monetary unit of Uzbekistan (SUMY); a total (SUMS)
a comprehensive treatise
an American evening primrose that opens at sunset
any of various comic-book heroes with supernormal powers
a hypothetical superior man
an exceptional wife who runs a home and has a job
a dry, scaly eruption on the skin
in maths, a maximum bound
a sucker
one who serves in a surfboat in the life-saving service
a man who seeks work while travelling carrying his swag
a swagman; a burglar's accomplice who carries the plunder
in the Caribbean, a man kept by a woman
a pig; SWINES is rare
the passing of a spacecraft near a planet to use its
gravitational pull
a basketball player who can play guard or forward
a pointsman
a swindle; (verb) to deceive
a swordsman
one who wields a sword
a form of fruit with ovaries on an enlarged receptacle
an inflammation of the hair follicles
a prescribed course of study
a type of syntactical construction
the trees of a region; a treatise on trees
a relationship of mutually beneficial or dependence
the union or growing together of bones
a stem involved in sympodial growth
a conference; a collection of views on one topic
emaciation
synandrium
synangium
synapsis
synaxarion
synaxis
synchysis
syncytium
syndesis
synedrion
synedrium
syneresis
synesis
syngas
synizesis
synkaryon
synodsman
synopsis
syntagma
synthesis
synthronus
synura
syphiloma
syrinx
syrtis
tableau
tableful
tabula
tacksman
taenia
taeniasis
tagma
taiglach
talea
talesman
talipes
tallis
tallit
tallith
tallyho
tallyman
talpa
talus
synandria
synangia
synapses
synaxaria
synaxes
synchyses
syncytia
syndeses
synedria
synedria
synereses
syneses
syngasses
synizeses
synkarya
synodsmen
synopses
syntagmata
syntheses
synthroni
synurae
syphilomata
syringes
syrtes
tableaux
tablesful
tabulae
tacksmen
taeniae
taeniases
tagmata
taleae
talesmen
tallisim tallises
tallitot tallitoth
tallithim
taleysim
tallithes
taleysim
tallaisim
tallyhoes
tallymen
talpae
tali
tambala
tamis
matambala
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a mass of united stamens
a cluster of sporangia fused in development
the pairing of chromosomes of paternal and maternal origin
a lection containing an account of a saint's life
in the early church, meeting for worship, esp. the eucharist
a confused arrangement of words in a sentence
a mass of protoplasm with many nuclei but no clear cells
synapsis
a Sanhedrin, a Jewish council
a Sanhedrin, a Jewish council
the running together of vowels into a diphthong
a type of grammatical construction
a mixture of hydrogen and carbon monoxide
a stage of meiosis in some species
the nucleus of a fertilized egg
a member of a synod
a general view; a summary
a type of syntactic unit
a putting together
the seat of a bishop and his presbyters, behind the altar
any of a genus of protozoa
a syphilitic tumour
the vocal organ of birds
(Milton) a patch or area of quicksand
a picture or vivid pictorial impression
the contents of a table
a table; a tablet
one who holds a tack or lease from another
a narrow band or hair-ribbon worn in Greece
infestation with tapeworms
any of the distinct regions of the body in arthropods
a Jewish confectionery
a recurring rhythmic pattern in mediaeval motets
a bystander chosen to make up a deficiency in a jury
(Lat.) club foot
the traditional prayer shawl worn by Jewish men
the traditional prayer shawl worn by Jewish men
the traditional prayer shawl worn by Jewish men
a hunting cry
a person who keeps a tallyshop
a mole or similar mark on the body
the ankle bone (TALI); debris at the base of a slope
(TALUSES)
a monetary unit of Malawi
(Fr.) a strainer; a glazed woollen or mixed fabric
tapetum
tapis
tapsman
tarsus
tartufo
taxi
taxis
taximan
taxman
taxon
taxus
tazza
teargas
tectrix
tectum
tefillah
tegmen
tegmentum
tegula
tegumen
teiglach
tela
teleman
telesis
telium
telly
telos
telotaxis
temblor
temenos
tempo
tenaculum
tendenz
tenia
teniasis
tenne
tenorino
tenorman
tentaculum
tentorium
tenuis
tenuto
tephillah
tepidarium
teraph
tapeta
tapsmen
tarsi
tartufi
taxies
taxes
taximen
taxmen
taxa
tazze
teargasses
tectrices
tecta
tefillin
tegmina
tegmenta
tegulae
tegumina
telae
telemen
teleses
telia
tellys
teloi
telotaxes
temblores
temene
tempi
tenacula
tendenzen
teniae
teniases
tennesi
tenorini
tenormen
tentacula
tentoria
tenues
tenuti
tephillin
tepidaria
teraphim
teras
teratoma
terebra
terata
teratomata
terebrae
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a reflective layer of the choroid in the eyes of many animals
(Fr.) a tapestry; formerly, the cover of a council table
a servant in overall charge of others
the part of the leg between the knee and the foot
a kind of chocolate dessert
a motor-car for hire
movement of an organism in response to a stimulus
a taxi driver
one who administers taxes
a taxonomical unit of classification
an evergreen shrub
a cup with saucer-shaped bowl on a pedestal
a gas that blinds temporarily by provoking tears
(Lat.) one of the coverts of a bird's wing
a roof-like body structure, esp a part of the midbrain
a Jewish phylactery
the inner covering of a seed
a bud-scale
a tile
the inner covering of a seed
a Jewish confectionery
a web-like structure
a naval officer
making use of natural or social processes for a goal
a cluster of rust spores
a television set; note also TELLIES
an ultimate end
a taxis by which an organism orients itself
(Spanish) an earthquake or earth tremor
a place dedicated to a god; a sacred precinct
speed at which music for a dance etc
a surgical hook or forceps
tendency, esp in musical composition
a ribbon or fillet
pinworm infestation
a monetary unit of Turkmenistan
a high tenor
one who plays the tenor saxophone
a tentacle
a fold of the dura mater
an unaspirated voiceless stop consonant, such as k, p or t
a sustained note or chord
a Jewish phylactery
a warm room between hot and cold rooms of a Roman bath
a household god; TERAPHIM also singular with plural
TERAPHIMS
a monstrosity
a tumor sometimes found in newborn children
a genus of marine gastropods having a long, tapering spire
teredo
teres
tergum
terminus
terra
terrarium
terts
terzetto
tessella
tessera
tessitura
testa
testatrix
testis
thalamus
thallus
theca
thelf
thema
theotokos
thesaurus
thesis
thew
thickleaf
thicko
thief
thirdsman
thlipsis
tholos
tholus
thorax
thrombus
thylosis
thymoma
thymus
thyrsus
tibia
tibialis
tidesman
tifoso
tillerman
timberman
timpano
timpanum
tinman
tipstaff
tirewoman
tiro
titman
teredines
teretes
terga
termini
terrae
terraria
terzetti
tessellae
tesserae
tessiture
testae
testatrices
testes
thalami
thalli
thecae
thelves
themata
theotokoi
thesauri
theses
thewes
thickleaves
thickoes
thieves
thirdsmen
thlipses
tholoi
tholi
thoraces
thrombi
thyloses
thymomata
thymi
thyrsi
tibiae
tibiales
tidesmen
tifosi
tillermen
timbermen
timpani
timpana
tinmen
tipstaves
tirewomen
tiroes
titmen
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a genus of bivalve mollusks which bore into wood
either of two muscles of the shoulder-blade
an insect's upper or dorsal surface, esp of a body segment
an end
the earth
a vivarium for small land animals
(Short for) tetrachlorethylene*, a chemical
a composition in three voice parts
a square block of marble, glass, tile, etc
a small piece of stone, glass or tile used in mosaic
the ordinary range of pitch of a voice or vocal music
the hard external covering of a seed
a (female) person who leaves a valid will at death
a testicle
a mass of nervous matter on the third ventricle of the brain
a plant body not differentiated into leaf, stem and root
a receptacle, a sheath, a cell
(Spenser) the elf
a theme
a title given to the Virgin Mary as the bearer of God
a storehouse of knowledge; a dictionary of synonyms
a proposition laid down or stated
muscle; THEWES is obsolete
any of various succulent plants of the genus Crassula
a stupid person
one that steals
a mediator
constriction; compression
a round building, dome, cupola
a round building; dome; cupola
in insects, the body region between head and abdomen
a blood clot
an ingrowth from a neighbouring cell into a vessel
a tumour of the thymus
a ductless gland in the neck, producing white blood cells
the wand of Bacchus, a staff wreathed with ivy
the part of the leg above the knee
a muscle of the leg
a customhouse officer
a fan or devotee of some sport
one who operates a TILLER
a man employed in placing supports of timber in a mine
a small drum
a tympanum
a worker in tin
a staff tipped with metal; an officer who carries it
a lady's maid
a novice
the smallest pig etc of a litter
titmouse
titulus
titmice
tituli
tmesis
tmeses
tobacco
toccata
toga
tolar
tollman
tomatillo
tomato
tomentum
tomium
tondino
tondo
tongman
tonneau
toolman
tooth
tobaccoes
toccate
togae
tolarjev tolarji
tollmen
tomatilloes
tomatoes
tomenta
tomia
tondini
tondi
tongmen
tonneaux
toolmen
teeth
tophus
topman
topos
topsman
torah
torii
tormentum
tornado
torpedo
torso
torte
tortrix
torula
torulosis
torulus
torus
tournedos
townsman
toxicosis
toyman
toywoman
trachea
trackman
tractrix
tradesman
traditor
tophi
topmen
topoi
topsmen
torot toroth
tormenta
tornadoes
torpedoes
torsi
torten
tortrices
torulae
toruloses
toruli
tori
townsmen
toxicoses
toymen
toywomen
tracheae
trackmen
tractrices
tradesmen
traditores
tragus
tragi
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one of various small birds of the tit genus
in crucifixion, a sign attached to the top of the cross on
which wase written the condemned man's name
the separation of the parts of a word by insertion of another
word e.g. dis-blooming-graceful
any American solanaceous plant of the genus Nicotiana
a brilliant, quick, fantasia-like musical composition
a Roman garment
the standard monetary unit of Slovenia
one who receives or collects tolls
a plant of the nightshade family
a S American plant related to the potato
a downy nap covering the leaves or stems of some plants
the cutting edge of a bird's bill
a small tondo, a circular painting
a circular painting or relief carving
member of a Chinese tong
the rear extension of body of car
a man who works with tools or in a toolroom
one of the bonelike structures embedded in the jawbones;
TOOTHS is valid as a verb form
a gouty deposit
a seaman positioned in the topgallants
a stock theme or topic
the chief drover of those who drive a herd of cattle
the entire body of Jewish law and learning
a Shinto temple gateway
a siege catapult
a violent storm over a limited area, with whirling winds
a self-propelled submarine missile
the trunk of the body
a kind of rich cake
a tortricid moth, esp. of the genus Tortrix; a leaf-roller moth
a yeast-like micro-organism
an infection by a member of the torula genus
the socket of an insect's antenna
a large convex moulding
(Fr.) a thick round beef fillet
one who lives in a town
a pathological condition caused by a poison or toxin
one who deals in toys
one who deals in toys
an internal tube through which air is taken for respiration
a platelayer
a type of mathematical curve
one who makes a living from trade
an early Christian who surrendered sacred books and vessels
or betrayed fellow-Christians in times of persecution
the little flap of cartilage over the hole in one's ear
trainman
trapezium
trapezius
trashman
trattoria
trauma
treponema
trewsman
tribesman
trichina
trichosis
triclinium
triennium
triens
triforium
trigeminus
trihedron
trilby
trillo
tripman
tripsis
tripudium
triquetra
trainmen
trapezia
trapezii
trashmen
trattorie
traumata
treponemata
trewsmen
tribesmen
trichinae
trichoses
triclinia
triennia
trientes
triforia
trigemini
trihedra
trilbys
trilloes
tripmen
tripses
tripudia
triquetrae
triskelion
triumvir
trochilus
trochlea
trochus
tromino
tropaeolum
troparion
truchman
truckman
trueman
trumeau
tryma
tsaddik
tsaddiq
tsooris
tsores
tsoris
tsorris
tsouris
tuba
triskelia
triumviri
trochili
trochleae
trochi
trominoes
tropaeola
troparia
truchmen
truckmen
truemen
trumeaux
trymata
tsaddikim
tsaddiqim
tubae
tuberculum
tufoli
tumulus
tubercula
tumuli
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a railroad employee
a quadrilateral with two parallel sides
a muscle of the back
a dustman
an Italian restaurant
a wound, an injury
a kind of bacterium
a wearer of trews
a male member of a tribe
a small, slender nematoid worm
arrangement, distribution or disorder of hair
a couch for reclining at meals, usually in three parts
a period of three years
(Lat.) a coin of ancient Rome
a gallery or arcade over an aisle
the trigeminal nerve
a figure having three sides
a soft felt hat; note also TRILBIES
a rapid alternation of two notes a tone or semitone apart
a man who works on a trip
pulverization; shampooing; massage
an ancient Roman religious dance in triple time
a symmetrical triangular ornament formed of three interlaced
arcs or lobes
a pattern of three curved branches
a member of a triumvirate, a ruling body of three
a genus of humming birds
a pulley-like structure of shoulder, thigh, or orbit of eye
a genus of gastropods, the top-shells
a three-sided shape made of identical squares edge to edge
a genus of S American trailing plants
in the Greek Church, a stanza or short hymn
an interpreter
one who does business in the way of barter or exchange
an honest man
a piece of wall or pillar between two openings
a kind of nut-like fruit, such as walnut
in Judaism, a Hasidic leader, or person of great piety
in Judaism, a Hasidic leader, or person of great piety
(Yiddish) grief, woe
(Yiddish) grief, woe
(Yiddish) grief, woe
(Yiddish) grief, woe
(Yiddish) grief, woe
an ancient trumpet (TUBAE); a modern instrument
(TUBAS)
a tubercle
a large macaroni shell
a mound of earth over a grave
tunica
turf
tunicae
turves
turfman
turquois
tussis
tutman
tutrix
tuxedo
tyiyn
tylosis
tympano
tympanum
tyro
tzaddik
tzaddiq
ulex
ulna
ulnare
ulosis
ulpan
ultimatum
umbilicus
umbo
umbra
umbraculum
umbrello
uncia
uncinus
unco
uncus
undead
underleaf
underman
underself
unfreeman
unguentum
unguis
ungula
unicum
urachus
uraeus
uraniscus
urceolus
uredinium
uredium
uredo
uredosorus
uresis
turfmen
tusses
tutmen
tutrices
tuxedoes
tyloses
tympani
tympana
tyroes tyrones
tzaddikim
tzaddiqim
ulices
ulnae
ulnaria
uloses
ulpanim
ultimata
umbilici
umbones
umbrae
umbracula
umbrelloes
unciae
uncini
uncoes
unci
underleaves
undermen
underselves
unfreemen
unguenta
ungues
ungulae
unica
urachi
uraei
uranisci
urceoli
uredinia
uredia
uredines
uredosori
ureses
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an enclosing membrane or layer of tissue
a surface layer of earth containing a dense growth of grass
and its roots; TURFS is valid as verb
someone devoted to horse-racing
a hydrous phosphate of alumina
a cough
one who does piecework
(Obs.) a female tutor
a dinner jacket
a monetary unit of Kyrgyzstan
an ingrowth from a neighbouring cell into a vessel
a kettledrum
the membrane in the ear
a novice or beginner
in Judaism, a Hasidic leader, or person of great piety
in Judaism, a Hasidic leader, or person of great piety
any plant of the gorse genus
a bone in the forearm
the bone of the carpus opposite the ulna
the formation of a scar
a Hebrew-language course, esp in Israel
final terms; a last offer or demand
the navel
the central boss of a shield
a shadow
an umbrella or umbrella-like structure
an umbrella
a coin of ancient Rome
a hooklet, a marginal tooth of a mollusc's radula
a stranger, a piece of news
a hook or hooklike process or structure
a vampire
in liverworts, any of the leaves on the underside
an inferior man
the subconscious self
someone who does not have the freedom of a corporation
an ointment
a claw or nail
a hoof, claw, or talon
a unique specimen
a fibrous tissue extending from the bladder to the umbilicus
an Egyptian symbol of kingship
the roof of the mouth
a pitcher-shaped sheath or structure
a sorus or pustule in which urediniospores are formed
a sorus or pustule in which urediniospores are formed
(Lat.) any of various rust fungi
a pustule producing and containing uredospores
urination
urethra
uropygium
urosis
ursa
urtext
uterus
utriculus
uva
uvula
vacuum
vagina
vaginosis
vaginula
vagus
valvula
vanman
vaporetto
varicosis
varix
vas
vasculum
vatman
vaudoux
veduta
vedutista
vehm
velamen
velarium
velours
velum
vena
venireman
vermis
verruca
vers
verseman
vertebra
vertex
vertigo
vesica
vesicula
vestibulum
vestigium
vestryman
vetturino
vexillum
via
viaticum
urethrae
uropygia
uroses
ursae
urtexte
uteri
utriculi
uvae
uvulae
vacua
vaginae
vaginoses
vaginulae
vagi
valvulae
vanmen
vaporetti
varicoses
varices
vasa
vascula
vatmen
vedute
vedutisti
vehme
velamina
velaria
vela
venae
veniremen
vermes
verrucae
versemen
vertebrae
vertices
vertigoes
vertigines
vesicae
vesiculae
vestibula
vestigia
vestrymen
vetturini
vexilla
viae
viatica
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the canal by which the urine is conducted from the bladder
the prominence at the posterior extremity of a bird's body
disease of the urinary organs
a female bear
an original text
the womb
a little sac, or bag; a utricle
a grape or grape-like berry
the fleshy outgrowth at the back of the soft palate
an empty space
a sheath; part of the female genitalia
a bacterial vaginal infection
a little sheath
the tenth cranial nerve
a little valve
one who drives a man
a motor-boat serving as a canal bus in Venice
any condition characterized by distention of the veins
(Lat.) a varicose swelling; ridge on surface of e.g. snail's shell
a tube or duct; VASES is of course valid from vase
a botanist's collecting case
an official responsible for collecting VAT
West Indian black magic
a panoramic view of a town
a painter of vedute, panoramic views of towns
a mediaeval German court
the outer covering of aerial roots of certain orchids
an awning over an auditorium
(Fr.) a woollen stuff with velvet-like pile
a veil or integument
a vein
a person summoned by venire as a prospective juror
a wormlike structure; esp. the median part of the cerebellum
a plantar wart
(Fr.) verse; VERSES is valid from VERSE
one who writes verses, an inferior poet
a component of the vertebral column
(Lat.) a point, as of an angle or polygon
a sensation of whirling motion
a bladder, esp a urinary bladder
a small blister; a bladder-like or rounded cavity
a cavity in certain bryozoans
a trace, a vestige
a member of a vestry
one who lets or drives a VETTURA
a flag or standard; the vane of a feather
way, road
Holy Communion administered to dying person
viator
vibex
vibraculum
vibriosis
vibrissa
videndum
viliaco
viliago
villa
villiaco
villagio
villiago
villus
vimen
vinculum
virago
virga
virosis
virtuosa
virtuoso
vis
viscus
vita
vitellus
viticetum
vitrail
vitta
vivarium
vola
volcano
volkslied
volva
volvulus
vomica
vomitorium
vorago
vortex
viatores
vibices
vibracula
vibrioses
vibrissae
videnda
viliacoes
viliagoes
villae
villiacoes
villagioes
villiagoes
villi
vimina
vincula
viragoes
virgae
viroses
virtuose
virtuosi
vires
viscera
vitae
vitelli
viticeta
vitraux
vittae
vivaria
volae
volcanoes
volkslieder
volvae
volvuli
vomicae
vomitoria
voragoes
vortices
vox
vulsella
vulsellum
vulva
wacko
wakeman
waldo
warman
warwolf
washerman
washwoman
voces
vulsellae
vulsella
vulvae
wackoes
wakemen
waldoes
warmen
warwolves
washermen
washwomen
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traveller; wayfarer
(Lat.) a streak due to extravasation of blood
one of the spinelike of certain bryozoans
infection with vibrionic bacteria
a sensitive whisker on animal's face
a thing to be seen
a coward
a coward
a country house or farmhouse with subsidiary buildings
a coward
a coward
a coward
soft velvety hair or fur
a long flexible shoot of a plant
a horizontal line placed above a part of an equation
a loud overbearing woman, a termagant
a trail of water droplets
a disease caused by a virus
a female VIRTUOSO
a person who has special knowledge or skill in a fine art
(Lat.) force
one of the organs in the great cavities of the body
life
the yolk of an egg
a plantation of vines
stained glass
a leather strap on a soldier's suit of armour
an artificial enclosure for keeping live animals
the hollow of the hand or foot
a centre of eruption of subterranean matter
a popular song, or national air
a saclike envelope of certain fungi
a spasmodic contraction of the intestines, causing colic
an abscess cavity in the lungs
an opening in a large building by which a crowd is let out
a gulf
(Lat.) a whirling motion of a liquid, gas or fire forming a
cavity in the centre
(Lat.) voice
a forceps with toothed or clawed blades
a forceps with toothed or clawed blades
the external genital of a female animal
a crazy person
a watchman
a gadget for manipulating objects remotely
a warrior
a mediaeval siege engine
a man who washes clothes, esp for others
a washerwoman
wasserman
watchman
waterbus
waterman
wealsman
webfoot
weighman
weirdo
wendigo
werewolf
werwolf
whacko
whaleman
wharf
wheelman
wheelsman
wherryman
whiz
why
widowman
wife
wassermen
watchmen
waterbusses
watermen
wealsmen
webfeet
weighmen
weirdoes
wendigoes
werewolves
werwolves
whackoes
whalemen
wharves
wheelmen
wheelsmen
wherrymen
whizzes
whys
widowmen
wives
winchman
windigo
wingman
wino
wireman
wisewoman
wiz
wolf
woman
woodlouse
woodman
woodmouse
woodsman
woolman
workman
workwoman
worryguts
xanthoma
xenium
winchmen
windigoes
wingmen
winoes
wiremen
wisewomen
wizzes
wolves
women
woodlice
woodmen
woodmice
woodsmen
woolmen
workmen
workwomen
xanthomata
xenia
xeransis
xeroma
xerosis
xerostoma
xerotes
xiphopagus
xoanon
xeranses
xeromata
xeroses
xerostomata
xiphopagi
xoana
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a man-shaped sea monster
a man employed to stand guard
a lightweight railway bus
a boatman or ferryman
a statesman; a politician
a foot the toes of which are connected by a membrane
one whose occupation is in weighing goods
a strange person
a mythical monster
a mythical being able to change from a person to a wolf
a mythical being able to change from a person to a wolf
a person who is whacko
a whaler
a landing stage, built esp along the shore
a steersman
a steersman
a man employed in a wherry
a very skilful person
the reason or cause of something
a widower
a woman to whom a man is married; WIFES is valid as a
verb form
someone who operates a winch
a mythical monster
an aviator who flies next to another
an alcoholic
a journalist working for a telegraphic news agency
a witch or seeress
a very skilful person
a predatory canine mammal; WOLFS is valid as a verb form
a female
any small isopod crustacean of the suborder Oniscoidea
one who works in a wood
a mouse living in woodland
one who lives or works in the woods
one who deals in wool
a male worker
a female workman
(Coll.) someone who worries a lot
a drying up
a gift made to a guest or ambassador; XENIA is also a
singular with plural XENIAS
a drying up
a type of skin disease
abnormal dryness of body parts
dryness of the mouth
abnormal dryness of the skin
a set of Siamese twins joined by the xiphoid cartilage
a primitive statue
xu
xyloma
xystos
xystus
yachtman
yachtsman
yakuza
yardman
yarraman
yaws
yeggman
yeoman
yersinia
yeshiva
yobbo
yom
yourself
zaddick
zaddik
zaibatsu
zakouska
zakuska
zampone
zastruga
zecchino
zelatrix
zemstvo
zeppole
zero
zingano
zingara
zingaro
zloty
zoaea
zoarium
zoea
zoecium
zona
zonula
zoocytium
zooea
zooecium
zooglea
zoogloea
zoon
zoonosis
zoophorus
xylomata
xystoi
xysti
yachtmen
yachtsmen
yardmen
yarramen
yeggmen
yeomen
yersiniae
yeshivot
yeshivoth
yobboes
yomim
yourselves
zaddikim
zaddikim
zakouski
zakuski
zamponi
zastrugi
zecchini
zelatrices
zemstva
zeppoli
zeroes
zingani
zingare
zingari
zlote zlotych
zlotys
zoaeae
zoaria
zoeae
zoecia
zonae
zonulae
zoocytia
zooeae
zooecia
zoogleae
zoogloeae
zoa
zoonoses
zoophori
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a Vietnamese monetary unit
a spore-producing body in fungi
a long covered portico used by ancient Greek athletes
a long covered portico used by ancient Greek athletes
one who sails a yacht
one who sails a yacht
a Japanese gangster
a person in charge of a farmyard
a horse
a contagious skin disease resembling syphilis
a safecracker
a member of a class of small farmers
a bacterium
a school for the study of the Jewish scripture, the Talmud
a hoodlum
Hebrew day
a form of the 2d person pronoun
in Judaism, a Hasidic leader, or person of extraordinary piety
in Judaism, a Hasidic leader, or person of extraordinary piety
(Japanese) a powerful, family-controlled Japanese combine
a hors d'oeuvre
a Russian hors d'oeuvre
a stuffed pigs' trotter sausage
long parallel ridges of snow that form on windy plains
a former Italian gold coin
(Lat.) a nun who keeps watch on the younger nuns
an elected local administrative council in Czarist Russia
an Italian fritter
the symbol for nothing
a gypsy
a female gypsy
a gypsy
a Polish monetary unit; note also ZLOTIES
a larval stage in certain crustaceans
the zooids of a polyzoan colony
a larval stage in certain crustaceans
the body wall of marine animal
a zone
a small zone
the tubular sheath of certain social infusorians
a larval stage in certain crustaceans
one of the cells which inclose the feeling zooids of Bryozoa
a mass of bacteria derived from swollen cell walls
a mass of bacteria derived from swollen cell walls
a unified individual creature
a disease of animals which can be transmitted to humans
a sculptured relief frieze with a pattern of men or animals
zoothecium
zucchetto
zuffolo
zufolo
zuz
zygantrum
zygocactus
zygoma
zygon
zygosis
zymolysis
zymosis
zoothecia
zucchetti
zuffoli
zufoli
zuzim zuzzim
zygantra
zygocacti
zygomata
zyga
zygoses
zymolyses
zymoses
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the tubular sheath of certain infusorians
a round skullcap worn by Catholic clergy to indicate rank
a small flute used to train songbirds
a small flute used to train songbirds
an ancient Palestinian coin
an additional vertebral articulation in snakes and lizards
a genus of Brazilian cactus
the jugal, malar or cheek bone
a fissure in the brain
the union of two gametes
the action of enzymes
fermentation

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