Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
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Adib Fricke
The Word Company

(E?)(L?) http://adibfricke.com/?show=The-Word-Company

Protonyms and Units Consisting of Words, 1994-2004


(E?)(L?) http://adibfricke.com/?show=archive

Texts and Materials

On words, The Word Company, and the word works by Adib Fricke | Texte in deutsch

Word Vistas - Adib Fricke, 2010 - Notes on my work with words and texts

Texte und Materialien

Über Wörter, The Word Company und die Wortarbeiten von Adib Fricke | Texts in English


Erstellt: 2012-04

archive
Synoptical view of German and English words having the same etymology.

(E?)(L1) http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=Etymology%20AND%20mediatype%3Atexts


(E?)(L?) http://openlibrary.org/books/OL7181970M/Select_treatises_of_Martin_Luther_in_the_original_German


(E?)(L?) http://www.archive.org/stream/selecttreatiseso00luthrich#page/n0/mode/2up

Select treatises of Martin Luther in the original German, with philological notes, and an essay on German and English etymology; - Luther, Martin, 1483-1546

Table of Contents


Erstellt: 2011-08

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blogspot.de
Words Worth

(E?)(L?) http://wordsworthonline.blogspot.de/

I look for words that strike me as somehow curious, odd, or puzzling; more sophisticated than colloquial; and seemingly expressive of more meaning and nuance than I have thus far been able to attach to them. These words tend to appear in Time, Newsweek, The New York Times, the New Yorker. Once I've got a word that has piqued my interest, I launch into perusals of my dictionaries and specialty word books, as well as of language sites on the grid, looking for adventures, adventures that lead to discoveries, discoveries which I then share with you in my postings. I hope you will enjoy the time you spend reading my adventures — J.C.H.

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Erstellt: 2014-07

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catchword (W3)

Im Englischen "schlagen" die Wörter nicht sondern "fangen". Das Wort "catchword" (= "Schlagwort") ist auf dem besten Weg zum "eye-catcher" = "Blickfang".

(E?)(L?) http://dictionary.reference.com/


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hippopotomonstrosesquipedalian (W3)

Das engl. "hippopotomonstrosesquipedalian" bedeutet "ein sehr langes Wort betreffend".

(E?)(L?) https://www.allwords.com/word-hippopotomonstrosesquipedalianism.html

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"hippopotomonstrosesquipedalian", an extension of "sesquipedalian" with "monstrum" "monster" and a truncated, misspelled form of "hippopotamus", intended to exaggerate the length of the word itself and the idea of the size of the words being feared; combined with phobia. The word consists of 35 letters.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.islandnet.com/~egbird/dict/h.htm


(E?)(L?) http://www.neologisms.us/

extrasuperhippopotomonstrosesquipedalianism


(E1)(L1) http://www.wordsmith.org/awad/archives.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.wordsmith.org/awad/archives/0494


(E?)(L?) http://www.wordsmith.org/awad/archives/0597


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kind of (W3)

Engl. "kind of" = dt. "etwas", "ziemlich", "irgendwie" (engl. "somewhat"), dt. "mehr oder weniger", "ungefähr" (engl. "more or less") sollen seit dem Jahr 1775 nachweisbar sein. Google findet jedoch schon Nachweise um das Jahr 1520.

Im Jahr 1775 soll auch "Columbia" als Bezeichnung für die heutigen "United States of America" aufgetaucht sein.

(E?)(L?) http://web.archive.org/web/20080312160324/https://www.bartleby.com/68/20/3520.html
| kind of, a bit, rather, somewhat, sort of | kind of a, sort of a | some kind of

(E?)(L?) http://www.lib.ru/ENGLISH/american_idioms.txt


(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=kind of
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "kind of" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1520 auf.

Erstellt: 2012-03

kokogiak
Obscure English words

(E4)(L1) https://www.wordnik.com/words/Areopagus
Welcome to "Luciferous Logolepsy", a collection of over 9,000 obscure english words. Though the definition of an "english" word might seem to be straightforward, it is not. There exist so many adopted, derivative, archaic or abandoned words in what we loosely define as the "English Language", that a clear-cut definition seems impossible. For the purposes of this project though, words are included that may stretch any basic definitions. Particular attention has been paid to archaic words, as they tend to be more evocative - as if their very age lends additional meaning or overtones. Current personal favorites include "skirr", "epicaricacy" and "schizothemia".

The name of this project is also its description: "Luciferous" [adj. - "illuminating, literally and figuratively"] "Logolepsy" [n. - "an obsession with words"], in other words: 'an illuminating obsession with words'.

(E?)(L?) https://www.wordnik.com/lists/logolepsy

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aretalogy | argent | argil | argol, argal | Argus | argute | argyrocephalous | arietta | ariose | aristarch | aristarchian | aristology | aristophrenia | arithmocracy | arithmogram | armiferous | armiger | armillary | armipotent | armisonant, armisonous | arnica | aroint | arquebus(e), harquebus | | arrect | arrha | arrhenotoky | arrhizal | arrière-ban | arrière-pensée | arris | arriviste | arrogate | arrondissement | arsinotherium | arthralgia | arthrosis | articular | artuate | arum | arundinaceous | arvicoline | ascian | ascidian | aseismic | ashlar | asomatous | asparaginous | asperate | asperge | aspergil, aspergill(um) | aspergillus | asperity | aspermatism, aspermia | aspersorium | asperulous | asphalia | aspheterism | asphodel | aspidate | asportation | assecuration | assentaneous | assentation | asseverate | assibilate | assiduity | assoil(zie) | assuetude | assumpsit | assurgent | astasia | astatic | astatine | asteism | asteria | asterial | asteriated | asterism | asthenia | asthenophobe | asthenopia | asthenosphere | astomatal, astomous | astragal | astrakhan | astrict | astringe | astrogate | astrognosy | astrogony | astroid | astrolatry | astrolithology | astrophile, astrophil | astucious | astylar | asymptote | asyndetic | asyndeton | asynergy, asynergia | asyngamy | atactic | ataraxia | ataraxic | ataraxy, ataraxia | ataxaphasia | ataxy, ataxia | ateknia | atelectasis | ateliosis | atelophobe | athanasia | atheling | athermanous | atherogenic | atheroma | athetise | athetosis | athrepsia | athymy | atlantes | atmogenic | atmology | atmolysis | atmometer | atokous | atomy | atrabilarian | atrabilious | atrament | atresia | atrichia | atrous | attainder | attaint | attemper | attingent | attrahent | au fait | aubade | auctorial | audile | audiogenic | aularian | aulete | aulic | aurated | aureate, aureous | aureity | aureomycin | auric | auricle | auricomous | auricular | auriculate | auriferous | auriform | aurify | auriphrygia | aurist | aurous | aurulent | auscultate | auscultation | auslaut | autacoid | autarchia | autarchy | autecology | autoangelist | autocephalous | autochthon | autochthonous | autoclesis | autoecious | autogamy | autogenesis | autogenous | autognosis | autointoxication | autokinesis | autolatry | autological | automorphic | autonym | autophagy | autophobe | autophony | autophyte | autoplasty | autoschediasm | autoschediastic | autoskeleton | autostrada | autotelic | autothaumaturgist | autotheism | autotheist | autotomy | autotrophic | autotropic | autotype | auxanometer | auxesis | auxin | auxograph | auxology | auxotonic | avellaneous | avenaceous | avenous | aventurine | averruncate | avicide | avicular | aviculture | avifauna | avigation | avirulent | avolitional | avulsion | axenic | axifugal | axil | axilla | axiniform | axiology | axonometry | axunge | azofication | azoic | azote | azoth | azulejo | azygous | azym(e)


(E?)(L?) https://www.wordnik.com/lists/logolepsy

- B -"> | babag | babery | baccaceous | baccate | bacchante | bacciferous | bacteriotropic | bacteritic | baculus | badaud | badigeon | badinage | baffona | bagasse | baimaiden | balandra | balaniferous | balanism | balanoid | balata | balatron | balbriggan | balbuties | baldachin(o), baldakin, baldaquin | baldric(k) | balistarius | balistraria, ballistraria | balize | balladromic | balletomane | ballistite | ballottement | balneal | balneography | balneology | balneotherapy | balsamical | banausic | banderilla | banderol(e), bandrol | bandobast | bandog | bantling | baraesthesia | baragnosis | baragouin | barathea | barbastelle | barbate | barbel | barbet | barbette | barbican | barbigerous | barbitone | barbotine | barbule | barcarole, barcarolle | barghest | barkhan, barchan | barley-break | barognosis | barogram | barograph | barology | baroscope | barothermograph | barouche | baroxyton | barracoon | barratrous | barratry | bartizan | barycentre | baryecoia | baryphony, baryphonia | barysphere | baryta | barythymia | bascule | basial | basifugal | basilar | basipetal | basophobia | bastinado | bathic | bathmism | batholith, batholite | bathyal | bathybic | bathycolpian | bathylimnetic | bathymeter | bathyorographical | bathypelagic | bathyseism | bathysmal | bathysophical | batiste | batology | batophobia | batrachian | battels | batten | batter | battological | battology | battue | batture | baudekyn | bavardage | bayla | bdelloid | bdelygmia | beccafico | bechic | becket | bedizen | bee-bread | beele | beestings | beeswing | beguine | bel esprit | bel-étage | beldam | belemnite | belemnoid | belleric | bellicism | belliferous | belling | bellipotent | bellonion | bellote, ballote | belocolus | beloid | belomancy | belonoid | belvedere | ben trovato | bencher | bend sinister | benedick | benefic | benefice | beneficiate | benison | benthos | berceuse | bergamot | bergère | berkelium | bernicle | bersaglieri | bestiarian | betulin(ol) | bevatron | bezel | bezoar | bialate | bibacious | bibble | | bibitory | biblia abiblia | bibliobibuli | biblioclasm | bibliognost | bibliomancy | bibliopegy | bibliopoesy | bibliopole | bibliosoph | bibliotaph | bicameral | bicapitate | bice | bicephalous, bicephalic | bichord | bicipital | bickern | bicollateral | biconic | biconjugate | bicorn | bicrural | biddery, bidree | bident | biduous | bien aimé | bien aise | bienséance | bifacial | bifarious | bifer | bifid(ate) | bifilar | bigeminate | bigener | bigrid | bijugate, bijugous | bilboes | biliary | biliteral | billon | biloquist | biltong | bimanous, bimanal | bimarine | bimaxillary | bimensal | bimestrial | bimetallism | bimillenary | binate | bine | binnacle | binocle | binotic | binotonous | biocoenosis, biocenosis | biogen(e) | biogenesis | biogenous | biogeny | biogeography | biognosy, biognosis | biograph | biokinetics | biolinguistics | biologism | biolysis | biometrics, biometry | bionergy | biont | biophagous | biophilism | biorgan | bioscope | biosis | biostatics | biostratigraphy | biotaxy | biotelemetry | biotin | biotope | biotype | biparous | bipennate | bipropellant | biramose, biramous | bireme | biretta | bise | bisonant | bisontine | bisque | bissext | bistort | bistoury | bistre | bisulcate | biune, biunial | biunial | bivariate | biventral | biverbal | bivious | bivocal | blain | blanquette | blastogenesis | blende | blendling | blennoid | blennophobia | blenny | blepharal | bletonism | blissom | blowtop | blucher | blunge | boanthropy | boatel, botel | bobstay | bocage | bocking | bogie | bolar | bolection, bilection | bolide | bolometer | bolthead | bolus | bombardon | bombasine, bombazine | bombic | bombilate, bombinate | bombous | bombycine | bombé | bon ton | bona vacantia | bonasus, bonassus | bonbonnière | bonce | bonification | bonne | boracic | borasco, borasca, borasque | borborology | borborygm | borborygmite | borborygmus | bordereau | borracha | bort | bos in lingua | boscage, boskage | bosch | bosky | bosselated | botargo | botryoid(al) | bottine | bottomry | boucherize | boule | boules | bouleversement | boult, bolt | bouquetin | bourasque | bourdon | bourse | boustrophedon | bouts-rimés | bovrilise | bow-chaser | bowyer | boyau | bracciale | brachial | brachistocephalic, brachistocephalous | brachycatalectic | brachycephalic, brachycephalous | brachycerous | brachydactylous, brachydactylic | brachygraphy | brachylogy | brachymetropy, brachymetropia | brachypodous | brachypterous | brachyure | bract | bradycardia | bradykinin | brail | branchial, branchiac | brash | brassage | brassard | brattice | braxy | breccia | breedbate | bressummer | breviate | brevicaudate | brevifoliate | brewster | Briarean | bricole | bridewell | brigantine | brimborion | brocatel(lo) | brock | broderie | brogan | bromatology | bromidrosis | bromine | brontephobia, brontophobia | brontide | brontograph | brontology | brose | brotus | brouette | brucellosis | brucin(e), brucina | bruit | brumal | brumby, brumbie, brumbee | brume | brummagem | brunneous | brutum fulmen | bruxism | bruxomania | bryology | bubo | bubulin | buccal | buccan | buccate | buccinal | buccula | bufonite | bullace | bullate | bullion | bullish | buphthalmia | burbot | burette | burgee | burgensic | burin | burletta | burnettize | burrstone | bursa | buskin | butte | byssus | bywoner | béton | bête noire | bêtise |


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- C - | cabochon | cabotage | cabotin | cacaesthesia | cacation | cacemphaton | cacestogenous | cachaemia | cachalot | cache-sexe | cachexy, cachexia | cachinnate | cachinnation | cachou | cachucha | cacique | cacodoxical | cacodoxy | cacoepy | cacoethes | cacogastric | cacogen | cacogenics | cacography | cacology | caconym | cacophenism | cacophrenic | cacotechny | cacozelia | cacuminal | cadge | cadi | cadit quaestio | caducous | caecum | caenogenesis | caesaropapacy | caesious | caespitose, cespitose | cagamosis | caitiff | calamus | calascent | calcareous | calcariferous | calceiform | calcicole | calcimine | calcine | calcitonin | calcivorous | calcographer | calefacient | calelectricity | calender | calends | calenture | calepin | calescent | caliduct | caliginous | caligo | caliology | calipee | callipygian, callipygous | callisection | callisteia | callisthenics, calisthenics | callithumpian | callomania | calodemon, calodaemon | calomel | calotte | calque | caltrop | calumniate | calvarial | calvities | calyx | camarilla | cambism | cambium | camera lucida | cameralism | camerate(d) | camerlingo, camerlengo | camion | camisade, camisado | camlet | camorra | campaniform | campanology | campanulate, campanular, campanulous | campestral, campestrial | canaille | canaster | cancellate(d), cancellous | cancriform | cancrine | candent | candescent | canephorus | canescent | cang(ue) | canicular | canities | cannel | cannellate(d) | cannular, cannulate | canorous | cantabank | cantatory | cantatrice | cantharides | canthus | cantilena | cantor | capacitance | capias | capistrate | capitate | capitular | caporal | capote | capreolate | capric | caprifoliaceous | caprine, caprinic | capripede | caprylic | capsicum | captation | captious | caracole | caravanserai, caravansary | caravel, carvel | carbacidometer | carbasus | carbomycin | carcanet | cardophagus | careen | caricology | carillon | carinate | cariole, carriole | caritative | carmagnole | carminative | carminative | carnassial | carnelian | carneous | carnet | caronamide | carpel | carpitis | carpogenous | carpus | carrageen | carrel, carrell | carriwitchet | carron oil | carronade | cartogram | cartomancy | caruncle | caryatid | casease | casemate | casern(e) | cassation | cassideous | cassidony | cassiterite | castanean, castanian | castrametation | castrensian | castrophrenia | casualism | casuist | casuistry | casus belli | catabaptist | catabasis | catabolism | | | catachthonian, catachthonic | cataclasis | cataclasm | catacosmesis | catacoustic | catadioptric | catadromous | catafalque | catakinetic | catalectic | catalepsy | catallactic | catalysis | catamite | cataphasia | | catarolysis | catastaltic | catastasis | catchpole, catchpoll | catechu | catechumen | catena | cathedra | catholicon | catholyte | cation | catogenic | catoptric | cattalo | caudal | caul | cauline | causerie | cautery | cavatina | cavernicolous | cavicorn | cavil | cavo-relievo | cedilla | cedrate | ceilidh | ceilometer | celadon | celation | celature | celerity | celibatarian | celidography | cellulosic | celoscope | cembalo | cenacle | censer | cental | centesimal | centimetric | centrobaric | centuple | centuriate | cepaceous | cephalosporin, ceporin | cephalothorax | ceraceous | cerate | ceratoid | ceraunoscope | cere | cerebrotonic | ceriferous | cermet | cernuous | cerography | certiorari | cerumen | ceruse | cervical | cervine | | cesious | cetane | ceteris paribus | chaetophorous | chagrin | chaise | chalastic | chalcedony | chalcography | chalicosis | chalone | chalybeate | chamaecephalic | chambré | chamma | champerty | chancre | chantage | chapbook | chapelle ardente | charcuterie | charientism | charpoy | charqui | chasmogamy | chasmophilous | chatoyant | chaussure | chef-d'oeuvre | chela | chelonian | chemin-de-fer | chemokinesis | chemurgy | chermany | cherophobia | chersonese | cheval de bataille | cheval-de-frise | chevaline | chevelure | chevet | cheville | chevrette | chiasma | chiasmus | chignon | chiliad | chillum | chimera, chimaera | chine | chinoiserie | chionablepsia | chiragra | chiral | chirr | chirurgeon | chlamys | chloral | chloramphenicol | chlorochrous | chlorometer | chlorosis | choanoid | chokedamp | cholecyst | cholelithiasis | choli | choliamb | cholic | choller | chololith | chondral | choragus | chorditis | chorea | choreutic | choriamb | choric | chorion | choripetalous | chorograph | chorography | chose jugée | chrematistic | chrestomathy | chromaesthesia | chromatin | chromatism | chromatopathy | chromophilous, chromophilic | chromoptometer | chromotypography | chronogram | chronopher | chronophotography | chronoscope | chronostichon | chronothermometer | chronotropic | chrysanthous | chryselephantine | chrysocarpous | chrysochlorous | chrysochrous | chrysology | chrysophilist, chrysophilite | chrysopoetics | chrysoprase | chrystocrene | chthonian, chthonic | chthonic | churrus | chyle | chyme | chypre | cibation | cibophobia | ciborium | cicatrice, cicatrix | cicerone | cicisbeo | ciconine, ciconian | cigling | cilice | cillosis | cincture | cinemograph | cinenchymatous | cinerary | cinerial | cingulate | cinquain | cipolin | cippus | circinate | circumambient | circumcrescent | circumesophagal | circumferentor | circumfluent | circumforaneous | circumfulgent | circumfuse | circuminsular | circumjacent | circumlittoral | circummigrate | circumsolar | circumvallation | circumvolant | circumvolute | cirrate | cirrhosis | cirriped | cisalpine | cisvestitism | cithara | citreous | cittosis | cladistics | cladoptosis | clairaudient | clairsentient | clamant | clancular | clangour | claque | clastic | clathrate | claudent | claudicant | claustral | clavecin | claviature | clavicembalo | clavicytherium | claviger | clavis | clavus | cledonism | cleg | clem | cleocentric | clepsydra | clerestory | clerisy | cleromancy | clevis | clew | climacteric | clinamen | clinocephalic, clinocephalous | clinodromic | clinology | clinomania | clinometer | clinophobia | clinquant | clithridiate | cloaca | clonic | clou | clupeoid | clypeus | clysis | clysmian | clyster | cnemis | coadjuvant | coadunate | coagment | coapt(ate) | coarctate | cocciferous | coccus | cocotte | coctile | coddum | codon | coelialgia | coelom | coemption | coenaculous | coenaesthesis | coenotrope | coessential | coetaneous | coeval | cogitabund | cognomen | cognovit | cohibit | coign | coinstantaneous | colation | colchicum | coleopterous | colibri | coliform | collet | colletic | colligate | collimate | collocution | colloid | colloquy | collotype | colluctation | collutory | colluvial | colluvium | collyrium | colocynth | colophony | coloratura | colubrine | columbaceous | columniation | colure | colytic | comate | comatulid | comburent | comiferous | commatic | commensal | commensurable | commentitious | commination | comminatory | comminute | commissure | commonalty | commonition | commorant | commoratio | commorient | commère | comose | complanate | complect | completory | compossible | compotation | compote | comprador(e) | comprecation | comprobatio | compte rendu | compurgation | conarium | conation | concamerated | concatervate | concavo-convex | concertante | concettism | conchers | conchyliated | conciliabule | conciliar | concinnity | concinnous | conclamation | concolorate | concordia discors | concresce | concubitant | concupiscence | concupiscent | condign | conductitious | condyle | confelicity | conferva | confiteor | conflation | confute | congelation | congener | congenetic | congeries | conglobate | conglobulate | conglutinate | congé | conjunctiva | connate | connumerate | conoid | consanguinity | consectaneous | consecution | consenescence | consensus gentium fallacy | consentaneous | consentient | consignificant | consilient | conspecies | conspectus | conspue | conspurcate | constate | constringe | constructio ad sensum | constuprate | consuetude | contabescent | contango | conte | contect | contemn | contortuplicate | contra bonos mores | contra mundum | contra pacem | contrabass | contractile | contrahent | contrapuntal | contraremonstrant | contrectation | contubernal | contumacious | contumely | contuse | conurbation | convenances | conventicle | conventual | convexo-concave | copaiba | copal | coparcener | cophosis | copolymer | copremia | coprolalia | coprolite | coprology | coprophagy | coprophemia | coprophilia | coprostasis | coprozoic | copula | copyhold | coquillage | coracle | coram populo | corbel | corbiculate | cordate | coriaceous | coriander | corkage | cornea | cornemuse | corneous | corniche | cornute | coronach | coronagraph | coronoid | corposant | correption | corrie | corrigendum | corrivate | cortinate | cortisone | corundum | coruscate | corvine | corybant | corymb | coryphaeus | coryza | cosmesis | cosmocracy | cosmogenic | cosmogony | cosmorama | costal | costive | coteau | cothurnus | cotyledon | couchant | coulisse | couloir | countercaster | counterpoise | counterpole | coup d'essai | coup de plume | couvade | couveuse | couvre-feu | coverture | covin(e) | covinous | coxalgy, coxalgia | cozen | crambe repetita | crankle | crapulous | crasis | crassamentum | crassilingual | cratometer | craton | creancer | creatic | credence | cremnophobia | crenate | crenitic | crenulate | creophagous | crepehangar | crepitate | crepuscular | crescograph | cresset | cretify | cri de coeur | cri de guerre | cribriform | criminis | crimp | crinal | crinoid | crinose | criophore | crispate | cristate | criticaster | cromlech | crosier, crozier | crotaline | crounotherapy | croze | cru | cruciate | cruentation | cruorin | crural | crurophilous | cruse | crux criticorum | crymodinia | cryophorus | cryoscopy | cryptaesthesia | cryptal | cryptoclastic | cryptoclimate | cryptogam | cryptogenic | cryptophyte | cryptorchidism | cryptozoic | crystallomancy | crystic | crystograph | ctenoid | ctetology | cuculine | cucullate | cucurbit | cui bono | cuirass | culiciform | cullion | culm | cultrate | culverin | cumshaw | cumulose | cunabular | cunctation | cunctative | cunicular | cupel | cupreous | cupressineous | cupric | cupulate | curette | curiology | curlicism | currente calamo | curricle | cursorial | curtal | curtate | curtilage | curule | curvet | curvulate | cushat | custos morum | cutis anserina | cyaneous | cyanometer | cyanosis | cyathiform | cyclarthrosis | cyclazocine | cyclitis | cyclometer | cyclophoria | cycloplegia | cyclostyle | cyclothymia | cyclotomy | cyesis | cyesthes | cyllosis | cymbiform | cymograph | cynanche | cynanthropy | cynarctomachy | cynegetics | cynocephalous, cynocephalic | cynoid | cynophobia | cynosure | cyphonism | cyprian | cyprinoid | cypripareunia | cypseline | cytherean | cytitis |


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- D - | dacrygelosis | dacryops | dactylioglyph | dactylitis | dactylogram | dactyloid | dactylology | dactylomegaly | dactylonomy | dactyloscopy | daddock | daedal | daemon | damascene, damaskeen | damier | damnosa hereditas | damnum fatale | dapifer | darnel | dartre | dashpot | dasymeter | dasyphyllous | dasypoedes | dasypygal | dation | dauerschlaf | davit | dawk | de aequitate | de jure | de nouveau | de novo | de trop | dealate | dealbation | deambulatory | deasil | debellate | debenture | debouch | debridement | decad | decadescent | decadic | decalcomania | decalescence | decalvant | decameral | decapod | decarch | decarnate | decastich | decastyle | decatize | decemvir | decimestrial | declivity | decoct | decollate | decompensation | decorticate | decrepitate | decrescent | decretal | decrudescence | decubitus | decumbence, decumbency | decuple | decurrent | decurtate | decurve | decussate | dedition | defalcate | defeneration | defenestration | defervesce | defilade | definiendum | definiens | deflagrate | deflocculate | defluent | deglutinate | deglutition | degrugger | degust, degustate | dehiscent | Dei gratia | Dei judicium | deictic | deiparous | deipnosophist | deipotent | deja lu | dejecture | delation | delator | delectation | delectus | delendum | deligation | delignate | deliquesce | delirament | delitescent | deltiology | demegoric | demephitize | demersal | demesne | demi-monde | demit | demiurge | demivierge | demogenic | demonifuge | demophil(e) | demophobe | demulcent | demurrage | denary | dendrachate | dendral | dendrochronology | dendrograph | dendroid | dendrology | dendrophilous | denier | denticle | dentigerous | dentil | dentilingual | dentiloquist | dentinasal | dentiphone | denumeration | Deo volente | deobstruent | deontology | deoppilate | deordination | deorsumversion | deosculate | depascent | depeculation | dephlogisticate | depotentiate | depredate | depurate | deracinate | dermatoglyphics | dermatoid | dermatome | dermographia, dermographism | dermoid | dernier cri | desacralize | descant | descry | desiderate | desiderium | desidious | desinent(ial) | desipient | desition | desman | desmid | desmoid | desmology | despiteous | despumate | desquamate | desucration | detersion | detinue | detrude | detrusion | deuterium | deuteropathy | deutoplasm | devenustate | devoir | devorative | dextral | dextrocardia | dextrocular | dextrogyratory | dextrorotatory | dextrosinistral | dextroversion | diabrosis | diachronic | diachylon | diaclasis | diaconal | diacope | diactinic | diadem | diadermic | diadromous | diagraph | dialectic(s) | diallage | diallelus | dialogue des sourds | dialysis | diamesogamous | diandrous | dianoetic | diapason | diaplasis | diapnoic | diapositive | diapyesis | diarchy | diarthrosis | diaskeuasis | diastase | diastasis | diastomatic | diastrophe | diasyrm | diathermic | diathesis | diatyposis | dicacity | dicaeology | dicerous | dichaeologia | dichogamy | dicotyledon | dicrotic | dictum de dicto | didascalic, didascalar | didelphian | didicoy, diddicoy | didymous, didymate | diectasis | dieldrin | dielectric | dies faustus | diffinity | diffluent | diffugient | digastric | digenesis | digeny | dight | digitalis | digitate | digitigrade | digladiation | diglossia | diglot | digoneutic | digonous | digraph | dihedral | dilatory | dilogical | dilogy | diluent | dimerous | dimidiate | dimissory | dinic(al) | dioecious | dioestrum | dionym | dioristically | diorthosis | diotic | diphyletic | diphyodont | diplasiasmus | diplegia | diplocephalus | diploid | diplopia | dipnoous | dipody | dippoldism | dipsetic | dipsomania | dipsosis | dipterous | diptote | directoire | diremption | dirigent | dirigisme | diriment | disagio | discalced | discarnate | discept | discerp | discinct | disembogue | diseuse | disgeneric | disjecta membra | disjection | disomus | dispendious | dispermous | dissentaneous | dissepiment | dissilient | dissimulate | distich | distrain | distrait | dit | dithecal | ditheism | dithyramb | dithyrambic | ditokous | ditrichotomous | diuturnal | divagate | divaricate | diversivolent | diverticulum | divulse | dixi | dixit | dizen | do ut des | docimasy | docta ignorantia | dodecafid | dodecarch | dol | dolabrate, dolabriform | dolce far niente | dolent | dolichocephalic, dolichocephalous | dolichocercic | dolichocnemic | dolichofacial | dolichopodous | dolichoprosopic | dolioform | dolorific | dolorifuge | dolorimetry | dolus bonus | dolus malus | domatologist | dominie | dop | dormition | dormy, dormie | dorsiventral, dorsoventral | doryphorus, doryphoros | dos-à-dos | dosimetry | dossal | dosser | dotterel, dottrel | dottle, dottel | douane | doublette | douceur | doulocracy, dulocracy | doxastic | dracone | dragoman | dragonnade | dree | drepaniform | droit | dromic(al) | dromond | dromos | drosometer | droze | drugget | drumlin | drysalter | dubiety | Duecento | duenna | dulcify | dulia | dulosis | dumose, dumous | dunlin | dunnage | duramen | durance | durity | dvandva | dwaal | dwale | dwergmal | dyarchy | dygogram | dysaesthesia | dysarthrosis | dyschroa, dyschroia | dyschromatoptic | dyscrasia | dysergia | dyskinesia | dyslogia | dyslogy | dysmenorrhea | dyspepsia | dysphagic | dysphasia | dysphemia | dysphemism | dysphonia | dysphoria | dyspnea | dysteleology | dysthymia | dystocia | dégagé | démenti | dépaysé |


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- E - | eagre, eager | ebeneous | ebriection | ebriose | ebrious | eburnean, eburneous | ecbatic | ecbolic | ecchymosis | ecclesiarch | ecclesiolatry | ecclesiology | eccoprotic | eccrinology | ecdemic | ecdemomania | ecdysis | echinulate | echolalia | echometer | echopraxia | eclipsis | ecmnesia | ecophobia | ecphonesis | ectasis | ecthlipsis | ecthyma | ectobatic | ectocranial | ectoderm | ectogenesis | ectomorph | ectoparasite | ectorhinal | ectozoon | ectype | ecumenical | edacious | edaphic | edea | edentate | edipol | educe | edulcorate | eesome | efferent | effictio | effiguration | efflation | effleurage | effloresce | effodient | effulgent | egest | eidetic | eidolon | eirenic, irenic | eirenicon | eisegesis | ekistics | elaeometer | elaterid | elaterium | elaterometer | eldritch | elecampane | electret | electrolier | electromerism | electromotive | electrophorus | electropositive | electrotype | electuary | eleemosynary | elegiac | eleutheromania | elide | eluant, eluent | elucubrate | elumbated | elute | eluvium | elydoric | elytron, elytrum | emarcid | emarginate | emblic | embolalia | embonpoint | embouchement | embow | embracery | embranchment | embrangle | embrasure | embrocation | embulalia | emenctae naris | emiction | emmenagogue | emmenology | emmetropia | emolument | empaestic, empaistic | empasm | empennage | emphractic | emphysema | emphyteusis | empleomania | emporeutic, emporetic | empressement | empressé | emption | empyema | emulgent | emunctory | en clair | enallage | enantiomorph | enantiosis | enarthrosis | enate | encaenia | encaustic | enceinte | encephalon | enchiridion | enchorial | enchylema | enclitic | encomic | encomium | endeictic | endermic | endiablee | endocardium | endogamy | endogeny | endophagy | endophasia | endophyte | endosmosis | endothermy | energumen | enervate | enfleurage | engastration | engrail | enissophobia | enjambement | ennead | enneaeteric | enneagon | enneahedron | enneatic | enosiophobia | enphytotic | ensate, ensiform | ensynopticity | entablement | entelechy | enteric | entheomania | enthetic | enthymeme | entify | entitative | entomophagous | entophyte | entopic | entoptic | entozoon | entre nous | entrechat | entrepôt | entresol | enuresis | enzootic | eo ipso | eoan | eonism | eosophobia | epact | epagoge | epanadiplosis | epanalepsis | epanodos | epanorthosis | epeiric | epeirogeny | epenthesis | epenthis | epergne | epexegetic | ephebic | ephectic | ephelis | ephemeromorph | ephemeron | ephod | ephor | epicaricacy | epicedium | epicene | epichorial | epicolic | epicrisis | epicritic | epideictic | epideictic(al) | epidiascope | epididymis | epigamic | epigastrium | epigeal, epigean, epigeous | epigenesis | epigenous | epigone, epigon | epigones | epilate | epilegomenon | epimorphic | epimyth | epinician | epipastic | epiphenomenon | epiphora | epiphoric | epiphysis | epiplexis | epiplexis | epiploce | epipolism | epipterous | episcopicide | episematic | epispastic | epistaxis | epistemophilia | epistrophe | epitasis | epithymetic | epitimesis | epitonic | epitrope | epizeuxis | epizeuxis | epizoon | epizootic | epopee | epopt | epos | epulary | epulosis | equilibrist | equiparent | equipoise | equipollent | equiponderate | equitation | equivoque | equivorous | erectarine | eremic | eremite | eremology | ereption | erethism | ergograph | ergoism | ergosterol | ericaceous | erigible | erinaceous | eriometer | eriophyllous | eristic | erogenesis | erotesis | erotographomania | erotology | erotomania | errabund | errhine | erubescent | eruca | eructation | erumpent | erysipelas | erythema | erythraean, erythrean | escalier | eschar | eschrolalia | escritoire | esculent | esemplastic | esodic | esotropia | espalier | espièglerie | esprit de l'escalier | essorant | estivate | estop | estrapade | estreat | esurient | etat present | etesian | ethmoid | etiolate | etui | euchology | eucrasy, eucrasia | eudaemonia | eudemon | eudiaphoresis | eudiometer | eudipleural | eugenesis | euhemerism | eumenorrhea | eumerism | eumoirous | eumorphous | euneirophrenia | eunomy | eupathy | eupatrid | eupeptic | euphelicia | euphenics | euphrasy | euphuism | euphuistic | eupnea | eupraxia | euripus | eustatic | eusystolism | eutaxy | eutectic | euthenics | euthermic | euthymia | eutony | eutrophy | eutropic | evaginate | evection | eventerate | eventration | evulgate | evulsion | ex concesso | ex professo | exallotriote | exanthema | exarch | exarticulate | exaugurate | excalation | excaudate | exclave | excogitate | excrescent | excrescent | excursus | exeat | execrate | execration | exemplum | exenterate | exequatur | exercitor | exergasia | exergue | exheredate | exigent | exiguous | eximious | exocentric | exocrine | exoculate | exodontia | exodromy | exogamy | exogenous | exopathic | exophagy | exophthalmic | exoptable | exordium | exosculate | exoteric | exotropia | expatiate | expergefacient | expergefaction | expiscate | explaterate | explicandum | expromissor | expugnable | exsanguine | exscind | exsert | exsibilate | exsiccate | exstrophy | exsuccous | exsufflate | extirpate | extramundane | extramural | extravasate | extrorse | exuviae | eyot | éloge |


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- F - | fabaceous | fabiform | fabulist | facies | facinorous | facon de parler | factice | factitious | facula | facundity | fadaise | faex | fagaceous | faience | faineant | falcate | falchion | faldstool | falsidical | famicide | fanfaronade | fanion | farctate | farcy | fard | fardel | farina | farobank | farouche | farrago | farrier | farrow | fasces | fascia | fascicle | fascine | fasti | fastigate | fastuous | fata morgana | fatidic | fatiferous | fatwa | faucial | fauteuil | faux naif | faveolate | favonian | favus | feazings | febricant | febricula | febrifuge | febrile | februation | fecit | feculent | fefnicute | felicific | feliform | fellness | felloe | felo de se | felon | feme | femicide | feneration | feracious | feretory | feria | feriation | ferine | ferity | ferruginous | ferule | fervescent | | fescue | fess, fesse | | festination | festucine | fetial | fetor | fettle | fewterer | fiacre | fibrin | fibroma | fichu | ficiform | fictile | fideism | fideism | fidicinal | fidimplicitary | figuline | figurant | figurate | filar | filature | filicide | filiciform | filiferous | filiopietistic | filipendulous | filoselle | fils | fimble | fimbrial | fimetarious | fimetic | finial | firman | fissilingual | fitch | fizgig | flabellate | flagitate | flagitious | flambeau | flamen | flammeous | flaneur | flatulopetic | flavedo | fleer | flense, flench | fleurette | flews | flexanimous | floccify | floccilation | floccose | flocculate | floriated, floreated | florilegium | floruit | fluminous, fluminose | focillate | fodient | Foehn | foiter | foliaceous | folie a' deux | foliferous | foliolate | fomes | fons et origo | fontinal | foramen | foraneous | forcipate | fordo | forfex | forficate | forisfamiliate | formication | forslug | fossa | fossarian | fossick | fossorial | fother | foudroyant | foveate, foveated | fraenum, frenum | framis | frampold | franion | freemartin | fremescent | fremitus | fretum | frigoric | fringilline | frisette | frisket | frit | fritillary | frondesce | frontogenesis | frottage | frotteur | froward | fructuous | frumenty | frustraneous | fucatory | fucus | fugacious | fugleman | fulgent | fulgurant | fuliginous | fuliguline | fullams | fulmar | fulminate | fulsome | fulvous | fumacious | fumatory | funambulist | fundiform | fundus | funest | fungible | funicular | furacious | furcate, furcal | furcula, furculum | furibund | furmety | furor loquendi | furor scribendi | furore | furuncle | fusarole | fuscous | fusee | fusiform | fussock | fustian | fustigate | fusuma | fuzee | fyrdung |


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- G - | gabelle | gaberlunzie | gabion | gadoid | gadroon | gaduin | galactophagist | galanty | galea | galeanthropy | galericulate | galilee | galimatias | galingale | galleass | galliard | galliardise | gallimaufry | gallinaceous | gallionic | gallipot | galloway | galumptious | galvanic | gambier | gambrel | gambrinous | gamelotte | gamic | gamogenesis | gamophobia | ganch | gandoura, gandurah | gangue | ganister | ganoid | ganoin | ganosis | gapeseed | garboil | garderobe | garganey | garniture | gasconade | gaskin | gasogene, gazogene | gastriloquist | gastrolater | gault | gavage | gazophylacium | geal | geck | geest | Geflugelte Worte | Gegenschein | gelasin | gelastic | gelid | gelogenic | geloscopy | gemebund | gemel | geminate | gemmule | genarch | genesic | genethliac(al) | genethliacon | genetotrophic | genetous | genetrix | genicon | geniculate | genome | gens | gentilitial | geochrony | geocyclic | geodynamic | geognosy | geogony | geoid | geomancy | geophagous | geophilous | geophyte | geopolitics | georama | georgic | geoscopy | geoselenic | geostrophic | geotaxis, geotaxy | geotechnics | gephyrophobia | gerascophobia | geratic | gerendum | german | geromorphism | gharry | giaour | gibus | gid | giddhom | gigot | gilravage | ginglymus | girandole | girasole | girning | glabrous | gladiate | glair | glandiform | glaucescent | glaucous | glebe | gledge | gleet | glenoid | glirine | globigerina | globulicide | glochidiate, glochideous | glomerate | glomerule | glomerulus | glossal | glossolalia | glucagon | glume | gluside | glutition | glycaemia | glyptic | gnathal, gnathic | gnathonic | gnomic | gnomon | gnotobiosis | gobemouche | godemiche | godet | gomphosis | gonalgia | gonfalon | gonion | gonitis | gonoblast | gormandize | gorsedd | gracile | gradatim | gradin | gradine | gradus | graip | grallatory, grallatorial | graminaceous | grammalogue | grammaticaster | grammatolatry | grandgousier | grandisonant | grangerize | granulocyte | grapholagnia | graphometer | graphospasm | grapnel | grassation | graticulate | gratis dictum | gratuitous | gratulant | gravamen | gravedo | graveolent | gravid | gravific | greave | greaves | gregarian | gremial | gressorial, gressorious | grike | grilse | grisaille | griseous | grisette | grivoiserie | groak | grobianism | gromatic | groyne | gruine | grume | gryllid | guaiacum | guddle | guepard(e) | guerdon | gug | gugusse | guilloche | guimbard | guipure | gules | gulosity | gumbotil | gunge | gurgitate | gustation | gutta | gutturotetany | gyascutus | gymnophobia | gynaecocracy | gynaecology | gynaecomania | gynaecomorphous | gynandromorph | gynecoid | gyniatrics | gynics | gynoecium | gyrinid | gyrograph | gyromagnetic | gyromancy | gyrostatics | gyrovagues | gyve |


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- H - | habiliments | habromania | hachure | hadeharia | hagiarchy | hagiarchy | hagiolatry | hagiology | hagioscope | Hakenkreuz | halation | halfpace | halibios | halieutics | halitus | hallel | hallucal | hallux | haloid | halotic | hamadryad | hamal | hamartiology | hamartithia | hamartophobia | hamate | hanaper | hapax legomenon | hapaxanthous | haplography | haploid | haplology, haplolaly | haplotype | haptodysphoria | harageous | harengiform | hariolate | harmattan | harpagon, harpago | harpaxophobia | harpocratic | hartal | hartshorn | | haslet | haslock | hastate | hatchment | hauberk | haulm | haustellum | haut monde | haute école | havelock | havildar | haysel | hebdomad | hebdomadal | hebephrenia | hebesphalmology | hebetate | hebetic | hebetude | hecatomb | hecatontarchy | hecceity | hectic | hectograph | hederaceous | helcology | heliacal | heliofugal | heliology | heliophilous | heliophobia | heliophyte | heliosis | heliostat | heliotaxis | hellebore | helminth | helminthophobia | helobious | heloma | helotomy | helve | hemagogue | hemarthrosis | hematencephalon | hematherm | hematic | hematobic | hematocele | hematocryal | hematonic | hematopoiesis | hematorrhoea | hematuria | hemeralopia | hemeraphonia | hemerology, hemerologium | hemialgia | hemiptera | hemitery, hemiteria | hemogastric | hemolysis | hemophthalmia | hemoptysis | hemospasia | hendecagon | hendiadys | henism | henotic | heortology | hepatic | hephaestic, hephaestian | heptad | heptameride | heptarch | heptasyllable | hepteris | hereditament | heresiarch | heresy | heriot | herisson | heritor | hermeneutic | Herrenvolk | hesperian | hesternal | hesternopothia | hesychastic | heterism | heterize | heterochiral | heterochromatic | heterochthonous | heteroclite | heterodyne | heteroepy | heterography | heterolateral | heterologous | heteromorphic | heteroousia | heteropathy | heterophemy | heterophoria | heterosis | heterotaxis | heterotelic | heterotopia | heterotrichosis | heterotropia | hexad | hexapod | hexarchy | hexeris | hibernacle | hic jacet | hidalgo | hidrosis | hiemal | hieracosphinx | hieratic | hierocracy | hierofastidia | hierogram | hierography | hieromachy | hierurgy | | hippiater | hippocrepiform | hippoid | hippology | hippophagous | hippophile | hippotomy | hircarra(h) | hircine | hircismus | hirrient | hirsutorufous | hirudinean | hirundine | hispid | histology | hodiernal | hodometry | holagogue | holarctic | holism | holm | holmgang | holobaptist | holocrine | holocryptic | holophote | holophrase | holophrasis | holophytic | holoplexia | holosteric | holotype | holozoic | hominal | homocentric(al) | homochiral | homodyne | homoeochronous | homoeophony | homoeoteleutic | homograph | homoiousia | homolateral | homologate | homologous | homomerous, homomeral | homoousia | homophylic | homotaxis | homozygote | horal | horapthia | horme | hornbook | horography | horologe | horrent | horripilation | horrisonant | horrisonous | hospitate | humectant | humicubation | hustings | hyaline | hydatid | hydracid | hydragogue | hydrargiric | hydremia | hydriotaphia | hydrogenic | hydrognosy | hydromancy | hydron | hydrophanous | hydrophid | hydrophyte | hydropic(al) | hydropot | hydrotaxis | hydrotechny | hydrothorax | hydrotic | hydrotimetry | hyetal | hygrophanous | hygrophilous | hygrophthalmic | hygrothermal | hyle | hylomorphism | hylopathism | hylophagous | hylotheism | hylotomous | hylozoism | hymenopterous | hyoid | hyoscine | hypaesthesia | hypaethral | hypalgesia | hypengyophobia | hyperacusis, hyperacusia | hyperaemia | hyperaesthesia | hyperalgesia | hyperaphia | hyperbaton | hyperborean | hyperbulia | hypercathexis | hyperdulic | hypergamy | hypergolic | hyperhedonia | hyperkinesia, hyperkinesis | hypermeter | hypermetropia | hyperopia | hyperosmia | hyperphysical | hyperpnea | hypertrichosis | hypertrophy | hyphema, hyphaemia | hypheresis | hypnagogic | hypnesthesis | hypnoid | hypnopedia | hypnopompic | hypobole | hypobulia | hypocathexis | hypocaust | hypochondrium | hypocorisma | hypodynamia | hypogastric | hypogeal | hypogene | hypogeous | hypoglottis | hypolimnion | hypometropia | hyponasty | hyponychial | hypophobia | hypophonic, hypophonous | hypophrenia | hypophysis | hypopnea | hyposmia | hypostasis | hyposthenia | hypostrophe | hyposynergia | hypothecate | hypotrichosis | hypotyposis | hypsiloid | hypsography | hyssop | hysteresis | hysterogen(ic) | hysteroid | hysteron proteron | hysteropathy |


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- I - | iamatology | iatric(al) | iatromisia | ichnite | ichnogram | ichnography | ichnology | ichor | ichthus, ichthys | ichthyomancy | iconolagny | icteric | ictus | ideate | idee fixe | idem per idem | idem sonans | ideogeny | ideogram, ideograph | ideopraxist | idioblast | idiochromatic | idiocrasy, idiocrasis | idioelectric(al) | idioglossia | idiograph | idiolalia | idiolalla | idiomorphic, idiomorphous | idiopathy | idioplasm | idiospasm | idiothermous, idiothermic | idioticon | idolothyte | idolum | idoneous | ignavia | ignavy, ignavia | ignis fatuus | ignoratio elenchi | ignoscency | ignotum per ignotius | ileum | ilium | illachrymable | illaqueate | illation | illeism | illicitator | illinition | illocutionary | illutation | illuvium | imago | imbat | imbonity | imbreviate | imbricate | imbrue | imbrute | immanent | immarcescible | immeability | immerd | immerge | imminution | immorigerous | immortelle | immund | immunoassay | immure | impacable | impactite | impanation | imparity | impasto | impavid | impeccant | impecunious | impennate | imperator | imperdible | imperscriptible | impetigo | impetrate | impignorate | impinguate | impostumate, imposthumate | imprecate | improcreant | improlificate | impropriate | impudicity | in camera | in esse | in invidiam | in malam partem | in media res | in posse | inamorato | inaniloquent | inanition | incalescent | incanous | incardinate | incarnadine | inconcinnity | incondite | inconnu | incrassate | increpation | incretion | incroyable | incruental | inculcate | inculpate | incunabula | incuse | indaba | indagate | Index Librorum Prohibitorum | indictum sit | indite | indoles | induciae | indue | indumentum | indurate | indurated | ineluctable | inenerrable | inerm(ous) | inexpugnable | inexsuperable | infandous | infandous | infarct | inferiae | infeudation | inficete | inflorescence | infracaninophile | infract | infucation | infumate(d) | infundibular, infundibulate | infuscate(d) | infusoria | ingannation | ingeminate | ingle | ingler | ingluvies | ingluvious | ingravescent | ingravidate | inguinal | ingurgitate | ingustable | inhere | inhume | iniquitous | innascible | innoxious | inopinate | inosculate | inquiline | inquinate | insalubrious | insapory | inscenation | insolate | insouciance | instauration | insufflate | insulse | insusurration | intarsia | intellection | intemerate | intempestive | intenerate | intension | inter alia | inter se | interamnian | intercalary | intercalation | intercardinal | interciliary | intercolline | intercosmic | intercostal | interdigitate | interfenestral | interfluvial | intergern | interjacent | interlunar | internecion | internuncio | interoceptor | interosculate | interpellate | interpellation | intersilient | intertessellation | intertonic | intertrigo | intima | intorsion | intra-vitam | intrados | intravasation | introit | introjection | intromit | introrse | inula | inunct | inusitate | invaginate | inveterate | invination | inviscate | invita minerva | involucre | involute | invultuation | iodoform | ipse dixit | ipsedixitism | ipseity | ipsism | ipsissima verba | iracund | irade | irascent | iridic | iridology | irisation | iritis | irredenta | irrefragable | irremeable | irreptitious | irrumation | irrupt | isagoge | isagogic | isallobar | isanemone | isarithm | ischialgia | ischidrosis | ischium | isinglass | isobath | isocheim | isochronous | isochroous | isoclinal | isocracy | isocryme | isodiabatic | isodynamic | isogenesis | isogeotherm | isogloss | isogonal | isography | isohel | isohyet | isokeraunic | isomer | isonomy | isonym | isopiestic | isopleth | isopolity | isopsephic | isopycnic | isorropic | isoseismal | isostasy | isothere | isotron | ithyphallic | ixiodic | izles | izzard |


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- J - | jabot | jacinth | jaconet | jactancy | jactitation | jaculation | jaculative | jagannath | jalousie | jambolan | jampan | janiceps | Janiform | jannock | jaspé | jecoral | jejunator | jennet | jentacular | jeofail | jeremiad | jerque | jess | jeunesse dorée | jobation | jocoserious | jointure | jongleur | jorum | jugal | jugate | jugular | jugulate | jumelle | jumentous | juncaceous | jural | jurisconsult | jus | jus et norma loquendi | jussive | juvenescent | juvenilia | jyngine |


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- K - | kaddish | kairin | kakemono | kakidrosis | kakistocracy | kakorrhaphiophobia | kalokagathia | kalon | kalopsia | kampong | | kaon | karaka | karakul | karimption | karyokinesis | kashruth | katabasis | kathakali | katharometer | kathenotheism | katowse | kauri | keckle | keddah | kedge | kedogenous | keelivine | keelson | kef | kelim | keloid | kelt | kenophobia | kerasine | keratogenic | keraunograph | keraunophobia | keraunoscopia | kerdomeletia | kerlerap | kermes | kerogen | kerygma | kerygmatic | ketch | ketone | khamsin, khamseen | khoja(h) | kia ora | kibe | kickshaw | kieselguhr | kieselguhr | kilderkin | kinesalgia | kinin | kino | kippage | kitmegur | kitthoge | klepht | klong | kloof | knissomancy | knout | knuller | knur | koftgari | kohl | kokum | kompology | koniology | kopje | kopophobia | korfball | kosmokrator | kourbash | krasis | kreatophagia | kris | kukri | kumiss | kwistgoed | kymatology | kymatology | kymograph | kyphosis | kyphotic |


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- L - | labanotation | labefact, labefy | labefy | labellate | labidophorous | labile | labiodental | lacertilian | laches | lachrymal | laciniate | lacis | laconicum | lactarium | lactate | lacteal | lactescent | lactivorous | lacuna | lacuscular | lacustrine | ladrone | laevoduction | lagan | lagena | lagnosis | lagophthalmus, lagopthalmos | lagotic | laic | lallation | lallophobia | lalochezia | laloplegia | lama | lambent | lambert | lambrequin | lamella | lamia | lamiaceous | lamina | lammergeier | lampadedromy | lampadomancy | lamprophony | lampyrid | lanameter | lanceolate | lancinate | landau | landes | languescent | languet(te) | laniary | lanugo | lapactic | lapicide | lapidate | lapideous | lapillus | lappaceous | lappet | lapsus calami | lapsus linguae | larboard | lares | larine | larithmics | larmoyant | lascar | lasher | lassipedes | lasslorn | latebricole | lateen | laterigrade | laterite | lateroversion | latescent | laticostate | latitidinarian | latitudinarian | latitudinous | latrant | latticinio | laureate | laurence | lavage | laxation | layette | lazar | lazarole | lecanomancy | lecheur | lecithal | lectern | lectionary | lectual | leggiadrous | leguleian | leguminous | leiotrichous | leister | lemma | lemnaceous | lemures | lenitive | lenocinant | lentic | lentiginous | lentigo | lentitude | lentoid | leodicean | leontiasis | lepidopterous | lepidosis | leporid | leptocephalous | leptochroous | leptodactylous | leptologia | leptophyllous | leptorrhine | lestobiosis | Lethe | lethiforous | lethologica | lethonomia | leucocyte | leucoma | leucomelanous, leucomelanic | leucopenia | leucophyllous | leucopoiesis | leucotomy | leucous | levant | levator | levigate | levirate | levisomnous | lewisite | lex | lexiphanic | lexiphanicism | liaise | libanophorous | libeccio, libecchio | liberticide | librate | libriform | licentiate | licit | lictor | lidar | lienal | lientery | lierne | ligate | ligneous | ligule | limacine | limation | limbate | limbus | limen | limes | limicolous | liminal | limitrophe | limivorous | limn | limnetic | limoniad | limophoitos | limosis | limuloid | linaceous | linctus | linden | lineaments | linguiform | liparoid | lipogram | lipography | lipoid | lipothymy, lipothymia | lippitude | lipsanographer | liquate | liquescent | lissotrichous | literation | lithiasis | lithochromy | lithoclase | lithogenesis | lithoid(al) | litmus | litotes | littoral | liturate | livedo | lixiviate | lobate | lobule | locative | locellus | lochetic | lockrums | locomobile | locoum, lokoum | loculus | locum tenens | locus classicus | locus communis | loganamnosis | logodaedaly | logogogue | logogram, logograph | logolepsy | logolept | logomachy | logometer | logomisia | logopedia | loimic | longanimity | longe | longeron | longinquity | longueur | loppett | loquitur | lordosis | lore | lorgnette | loricate | lotic | lotophagous | louche | lovertine | loxodograph | loxophthalmus | loxotic | lubricity | lucarne | lucent | lucernal | luciferous | lucriferous | lucripetous | luctation | luctiferous | lucubrate | lucubration | luculent | lucus a non lucendo | ludibrious | ludibundness | ludicropathetic | ludification | lues | Luftmensch | lugehovey | lumbrical | lumbricine | lunate | lunette | lunistice | lunula, lunule | lupanar | lupanariam | lupulin | lurdan(e) | lurgulary | lusory | lustration | lustrine | lusus naturae | lutaceous | lutarious | luteous | lutose | lutrine | lutulent | luxate | lyddite | Lydian | lygophilia | lymacatexis | lyncean | lypemania | lypophrenia | lypothymia | lysimeter | lysis | lyssa | lyssophobia | lyterian | lythcoop |


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- M - | maar | macarism | macarize | macaronic | macedoine | macerate | machairodont | machicolation | machinule | macilent | mackle | maconochie | macradenous | macrencephalic, macrencephalous | macrobian | macrocephalous | macrocyte | macrodont | macrograph | macrology | macromania | macromastic | macrometer | macrophallic | macrophobia | macropsia, macropsy | macropterous | macroscian | macroseism | macrosmatic | macrosomatous | macrotia | macrotome | macrotous | macrural | mactation | macula | maculate | macule | madarosis | madefy | madescent | madrasah | madrepore | maenad | magirics | magistrand | magnanerie | magnetohydrodynamic | magneton | magniloquence | magniloquent | maidan | maieutic | maigre | mainour | majolica | majuscule | mal de mer | mala fide | malacia | malacissation | malacodermous | malagma | malaise | malar | malax | malediction | malefaction | malefic(ent) | maliferous | malinger | malism | malison | malleiform | malley | malneirophrenia | malnoia | malvaceous | malvasia | malversation | mammilla | mammock | mammothrept | mancinism | manciple | mandament | mandamus | mandorla | mandragora | mandrel | mandriarch | manducate | manes | manet | mangold | mangonize | mangosteen | mania-a-potu | maniaphobia | manicate | manichord | maniform | manikin | maniple | manipulandum | manometer | mansuetude | mantelet | mantic | mantilla | mantissa | mantistic | mantology | mantra | manubiary | manubrial | manuduction | manumission | manumit | manustupration | manège | maquillage | marasca | marasmic | marasmus | marcasite | marcescent | marcor | mare clausum | maremma | margaritaceous | margrave | maricolous | Mariolater | maritodespotism | marline | marlinspike, marlinespike | marlish | marlock | marmarize | marmoreal | marque | marrano | marron | marsupium | martello tower | martinet | martingale | martlet | maschalephidrosis | mascle | masseter | massotherapy | mastigophobia | mastigophoric | mastitis | mastoid | mataeology | mataeotechny | materfamilias | materia | mathesis | matin | matrass, mattrass | matriclinous | matriherital | matripotestal | mattock | mattoid | maturate | maturescent | matutinal | matutolagnia | matutolypea | maulstick | maumetry | maund | maunder | maundy | mauvais | mavis | maximalism | mazomancy | mazophilous | meable | meacock | meatus | mechanolater | mechanomorphism | mechlin | mecometer | meconium | meconology | meconophagism | medianic | mediastinum | medicaster | megacephalic | megacephalous | megachiropteran | megadont | megalocyte | megalonisus | megalophobia | megalophonous | megalophthalmus | megalops | megameter | megapod | megaprosopous | megapterine | megascope | megaseism | megatherium | megatherm | megrim | mehari | meiosis | mekometer | melaena | melalgia | melampodium | melasma | meldometer | meleagrine | melic | meliceris, melicera | melichrous | melinite | meliorism | meliphagous | melisma | melissophobia | melitaemia, melithaemia | melittology | melituria | mellaginous | mellifluent, mellifluous | melliloquence | melologue | melomaniac | melongena | melophonic | memento mori | memoriter | menacme | menald | menarche | menceful | mendaciloquence | mendacious | Mendelian | mendicant | menhir | menology | menorrhagia | mens rea | mensal | menstruum | mensual | mentation | menticide | mentimutation | mentulate | mepacrine | mephitic | mephitis | meracious | meraculous | meralgia | mercaptan | merdivorous | merisis | merism | merlon | merogenesis | mesencephalon | mesentery | mesial | mesic | mesocardia | mesocephalic | mesochroic | mesode | mesodont | mesognathism | mesology | mesoprosopic | mesotherm | messuage | metabasis | metabiosis | metacarpus | metachemistry | metachromatism | metachronism | metachrosis | metage | metagnomy | metagnostic | metagraphy | metagrobolize | metalepsis | metallogeny | metameric | metanoia | metaphony | metaphrase | metaplasia | metaplasm | metapolitics | metasomatosis | metastasis | metasthenic | metastrophe | metatarsus | metathesis | metazoa | metempiric | metempsychosis | metemptosis | metensomatosis | metol | metonymy | metopic | metoposcopy | metritis | metrology | metromania | metronymic | meuse | mezzo-relievo | mi-carême | micrander | microcephalic, microcephalous | microcephalous | microdont | microlipet | micrology | micromania | microphagous | microphyllous | micropodal, micropodous | micropsia | micropterous | micropyle | microseism | microsomatous | microstomatous, microstomous | microtherm | microtia | micrurgy | micturition | midden | migniard | miles gloriosus | miliaria | militate | millesimal | milliad | milliary | millipore | mimesis | mimography | minatory | minauderie | miniaceous | miniate | minify | minikin | minimifidian | minimus | minium | miniver | minnesinger | minuend | miosis, myosis | miothermic | mirabile dictu | mirador | mirepoix | mirific(al) | misandry | misapodysis | misarchist | misdemeanant | mise en scène | miserabile dictu | miserotia | misocainia | misocanpnist | misocapnic | misodoctakleidist | misogallic | misogamy | misology | misoneism | misopedia | misopolemical | misoscopist | misosophy | misotheism | misotramontanism | misoxeny | misprision | mistigris | mistral | mithridatism | mitraille | mitral | mittimus | mneme | mnesic | mockado | modena | mogadore | mogigraphia | mogigraphia, mogigraphy | moho | molimen | moliminous | molinary | mollescent | moloch | molossus | molysmophobia | Momus | monachal | monad | monandry | monanthous | monarticular | monatomic | monepic | moniliform | monism | monition | monoblepsia, monoblepsis | monocarpic | monoceros | monochord | monochronic | monocline | monocoque | monocotyledon | monocracy | monocular | monodont | monodrama | monodromic | monody | monodynamic | monoecious | monogenesis | monoglot | monogoneutic | monogony | monoideism | monolatry | monolingual | monoliteral | monology | monomachy | monomania | monometallism | monomial | monomorphic | monoousian | monophagous | monophobia | monophonous | monophthalmus | monophthong | monophyletic | monoplasmatic | monoplegia | monopode | monopolylogue | monopsony | monopsychism | monopteros | monoptic(al) | monoptote | monopyrenous | monorchid | monoschemic | monosemy | monospermous, monospermal | monothelious | monotic | monotocous | monotreme | monotrophic | monozygotic | monstrance | monticle | mopus | moquette | mora | morbilli | morbus | morcellate | mordacious | mordant | mordent | morel | morganatic | morganize | moriform | morigerous | morology | morphogenesis, morphogeny | morphography | morphometry | morphonomy | morphosis | morro | morsal | morse | mortmain | mortorio | moschate | mot juste | mot propre | motatorious | motatory, motarious | motet | motitation | motorium | motricity | moucharaby | mouchard | moue | mouflon, moufflon | mournival | mousseline | moutonnée | moxa | mucedine | muchacha | mucid | muciferous | mucivore | muckna | mucocele | mucronate | muculent | mugient | mugiloid | mulct | muliebrile | mulierose | mullid | mulse | multeity | multifid | multigravida | multilinguist | multiliteral | multilocation | multiloquent | multipara | multiplicand | multipotent | multisonous | multitarian | multivious | multivocal | multivolent | multivoltine | multum in parvo | multure | mumchance | mummer | mump | mumpsimus | mumsy | mundify | mundivagant | muniments | munjeet | murage | murex | muriate | muricate | murine | murrain | murrhine | musaceous | musal | musang | musard | muscae volitantes | muscari | muscarine | muscicide | muscid | muscology | muscovado | musteline | musth | mutatis mutandis | mutic | mutive | myalgia | myalism | mycelium | mycetism | mycoderma | mycoid | mycology | mycophagous | mycteric | mycterism | mydriatic | myectopy, myectopia | myelic | myentasis | myiasis | myograph | myoid | myology | myositis | myothermic | myotonia, myotonus, myotony | myoxine | myringa | myristicaceous | myrmecoid | myrmidon | myrtaceous | mysophobia | mystacial | mystagogue | mysticete | mythoclast | mythomania | mytilid | myxoedema | myxoid | mésalliance |


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- N - | naevus | nagana | naiad | nanism | nannander | nanocephalous | nantle | naology | napellus | napery | napiform | naprapathy | narceine | narcohypnia | narcoma | narcotherapy | narcous | nard | narghile | narial, naric | narthex | nasicorn | nasillate | nasute | natable | natant | natation | nates | natricine | natura naturans | naturopathy | naufragous | naumachy, naumachia | naupathia | nauplius | navarch | navarin | navicert | navicular | neanic | neanilagnia | neanimorphism | nebulaphobia | nebulochaotic | necessitarian | necrogenic, necrogenous | necrolatry | necrology | necromimesis | necromorphous | necrophagous | necrophobia | necrotomy | necrotype | nectopod | necyomancy | nefandous | nefast | negatron | negus | nek | nekton | nelipot | nemaline | nematoceran | nemophilous | nemoral | nenuphar | neoblastic | neolatry | neologism | neomenia | neomnesia | neomorphic | neonate | neonomian | neophilia | neophrastic | neoplasm | neorama | neossology | neoteny | neoteric | nepenthe | nephalism | nepheligenous | nephology | nephrectomy | nephria | nephrite | nephritis | nephroid | nepionic | nepotation | nereid | neritic | Neronian, Neronic | nerval | nescient | nescient | nesiote | nestitherapy | netsuke | nettling | neurasthenia | neurergic | neuric | neurilemma | neurine | neurogram | neuroleptic | neurolysis | neuroma | neuromimesis | neuropterous | neurypnology | neuston | newel | nexus | niblick | niccolic, niccolous | nicolo, niccolo | nicotian | nictitate | nidatory | nidorous | niello | nigrescent | nihil ad rem | nihil obstat | nikhedonia | nimiety | nimious | nimptopsical | nippitatum | nisus | nitid | nitre | nival | nivellate | niveous | nix | nizam | nobiliary | nocent | | noctidiurnal | noctiflorous | noctiluca | noctivagant | noctivagation | noctovision | noctuid | nocturia | nocuous | nodus | noegenesis | noesis | noggin | nogging | nolition | nomial | nomic | nominalism | nomism | nomocracy | nomogenist | nomography | nomology | nomothetic | non est disputandum | non possumus | nonage | nonan | nonfeasance | nonparous | nonsuit | noology | nopal | nordcaper | normocyte | nosism | nosocomial | nosology | nostology | nostopathy | nostrificate | nostrification | notabilia | notacanthous | notal | notandum | nothosaur | nothosonomia | nothous | notochord | notornis | noumenon | nous | novenary | novercal | novolescence | noxal | noyade | nubia | nubilate | nubilous | nucal | nucha | nuciferous | nuclide | nudicaudate | nudis verbis | nudiustertian | nugacious | nugatory | nullibist | nullifidian | nulliparous | numbles | numen | nummamorous | nummary | nummular(y) | nuncio | nuncupate | nundinal | nunting | nuque | nutation | nutrice | nychthemer(on) | nychthemeron | nyctalopia | nyctophobia | nycturia | nylghau, nylghai | nymphitis | nympholepsy | nystagmus | névé |


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- O - | obambulate | obbligato | obdormition | obdurate | obeisance | obelize | obelus | obganiate | obiter dictum | objicient | objurgate | objurgation | oblate | oblatrate | oblectation | oblocution | obloquy | obnubilation | obreption | obreption | obrogate | obscurantism | obscurum per obscurius | obsecrate | obsecrations | obsidional, obsidionary | obsolagnium | obstipation | obstriction | obstrobogulous | obstruent | obtenebrate | obtest | obtrude | obtruncate | obtund | obturate | obumbrate | obvallate | obvention | obvert | obvolute | occamy | occiput | ocellus | oche | ochlesis | ochlocracy | ocracy | octactinal | octad | octamerous | octameter | octant | octapla | octapody | octarchy | octastich | octateuch | octavo | octennial | octodecimo | octonary | octoploid, octaploid | octosyllable | octroi | ocular | odium | odium aestheticum | odium scholasticum | odium theologicum | odograph | odorivector | oecist | oeil-de-boeuf | oeillade | officinal | ogdoad | ogee | ogham, ogam | ogive | oikofugic | oikonisus | olamic | oleaster | olecranon | oleic | olent | oleograph | oleometer | oleraceous | olet lucernam | olid | oligochronometer | oligocythaemia | oligodontous | oligodynamic | oligomycin | oligophagous | oligophrenia | oligopoly | oligosyllable | olisbos | olitory | olivet | ollapod | omasum | ombibulous | ombrology | omentum | omneity | omnicompetent | omnilegent | omodynia | omophagy, omophagia | omoplate | omphalomancy | omphalos | omphaloskepsis | onager | onanism | ondatra | ondograph | ondoyant | oneirataxia | oneiric | oneirocritic | oniochalasia | oniomania | onomancy | onomasiology | onomastic | onomatomania | onomatophobia | onomatopoeia | ontogeny, ontogenesis | onychia, onychitis | onyxis | oogamete | ooid(al) | oolite | oology | oometer | ooscope | oosperm | ootheca | opeidoscope | operculum | operon | ophelimity | ophiasis | ophic | ophicleide | ophidian | ophthalmia | ophthalmophobia | opiparous | opisometer | opisthenar | opopanax | oppidan | oppilate | oppilations | oppugn | oppugnant | opsablepria | opsablepsia | opsimath | opsonin | optative | optogram | opuscule | orache | oracular | orant | orarian | oratio obliqua | oratio recta | orbicular | orbific | orchesis | orchidaceous | orchidectomy | orchitis | ore rotundo | oread | orectic | orfe | organum, organon | orgulous | oriel | oriflamme | oriform | orismology | orison | orlop | ormolu | ornis | orobathymetric | orogeny, orogenesis | orograph | orology | orotund | orphic | orphrey | orpiment | orpine | orrery | orris | orthodromy, orthodromics | orthoepy | orthogenesis | orthognathism | orthograde | orthometopic | orthopnoea | orthopraxy | orthopsychiatry | orthopterous | orthoptic | orthosis | orthostatic | orthotonus | orthotropism | ortolan | orts | oryctognosy | oryzivorous | os | oscine | oscitance, oscitancy | osculate | osmatic | osophy | osphresis | osseous | ossuary | osteal | ostiary | ostinato | ostiole | ostreiform | otacoustic | otalgia | otiant | otic | otiose | oubliette | outrecuidance | outrooper | overweening | ovicide | oviduct | ovine | oviparous | ovopyriform | ovoviviparous | oxalidaceous | oxhoft | oxyacanthous | oxyopia | oxythymous | oxytone | ozocerite | ozostomia |


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- P - | pacable | pachycephalic | paciferin | padrone | paduasoy | pageism | pagophagia | pagurian | paideia | paideutics | paizogony | palaestra, palestra | palamate | palanquin | paleaceous | paleomnesia | paletot | palfrey | palilogy | palingenesis | palinoia | palladian | pallaesthesia | palletron | palliasse | pallium | pallograph | palmary | palmiped | palmus | palpate | palpebra | palpebrate | palpi | palter | paltripolitan | paludal | palynology | pampiniform | panarchy | panarthritis | panary | pancosmism | pancratic | pandects | pandemoniac | pandiculation | panegyric | paneity | panentheism | pangamy | pangenesis | pangram | pangrammatist | panicle | panification | panjandrum | panmixy, panmixia | panmnesia | pannage | pannicular | pannose | pannychous | panoptic(al) | panorpid | panpsychism | pansexualism | pansophism | pantagamy | pantagruelian | pantarchy | pantisocracy | pantochronometer | pantoglot | pantograph | pantology | pantometer | pantomorphic | pantophobia | pantothenic | pantropic | panurgic | panzootic | paparchy | papaveraceous | paphian | papilionaceous | papilla | pappus | papule | parabiosis | parablepsy, parablepsia | paracentesis | paracentral | parachronism | paraclete | paracme | paracoita | paracoitus | paracusia, paracusis | paradiastole | parados | paradromic | paraenesis | paraenetic | paraesthesia | paragenesis | parageusia | paragoge | paragon | paragraphia | parakinesis, parakinesia | paralalia | paralanguage | paraldehyde | paralepsis | paralexia | paralipomena | paralipophobia | paralogism | paramagnetic | paramatta | paramedian | paramenia | paramnesia | paranephric | parang | paranymph | paraparesis | paraph | paraphasia | paraphrase | paraphrenia | paraplegia | parapraxis | parapsychology | paraquat | pararthria | paraselene | parasigmatism | parasynthesis | parataxis | parathyroid | paratonic | paratyphoid | paravane | paravent | parcener | pardine | paregoric | parenchyma | parentelic | parenteral | parerethesis | parergon | paresis | pareunia | parget | parhelion | pari mutuel | paries | parine | parisology | paristhmion | parisyllabic | parkin | parnel | paroemia | paromology | paronomasia | paronym | parorexia | parosmia | parotic | parous | parousia | paroxysm | paroxytone | parr | parrhesia | partheniad | parthenolatry | parton | parure | parvanimity | parvenu | parvipotent | parvis | parviscient | parvule | paschal | pascual | pasigraphy | pasilaly | pasque-flower | pasquinade | passacaglia | passado | passalorynchite | passe partout | passementerie | passepartout | passible | passometer | passé | pastern | pasticcio | pastose | patavinity | patera | pateriform | paternoster | patharmosis | pathic | pathocryptia | pathodixia | pathodontia | pathognomic, pathognomonic | pathognomy | pathomimesis | pathy | patriolatry | patristic | patrix | patroclinous, patriclinous | patronymic | patten | patulous | pauca verba | pauciloquent | pauciloquy | pavid | paviour | pavonated | pawky | pawl | paynim | peccable | peccatophobia | peccavi | pectinate | pectinous | peculate | peculation | pecuniary | pedate | pedetentous | pedialgia | pedicel | pedicular | pediform | pediment | peduncle | peen | peerl | peignoir | peine | peirastic | pejorate | pelage | pelargic | pelerine | pelisse | pellagra | pellicle | pellitory | pelma | pelmatogram | pelology | pelota | pelotherapy | peltast | penates | pendente lite | penelopize | peneplain | penetralia | penetrometer | penicillate | penna | pennate | pennon | penology | penotherapy | pensile | pentachord | pentad | pentadactyl | pentadecagon | pentaglot | pentahedron | pentalogy | pentalpha | pentamerous | pentapody | pentapolis | pentapopemptic | pentarch | pentastich | pentasyllable | pentheraphobia | pentimento | penult | penurious | peotomy | peplos | peplum | pepsin | peracute | percale | percheron | perciform | percurrent | percuss | percutaneous | perdu | perduellion | peregrinate | perendinate | perfidy | perfrication | perfuse | pergameneous | perhiemate | perianth | periapt | pericardium | perichareia | periclitate | pericope | pericranium | peridot | perilune | perioeci | periosteal | periotic | peripety, peripetia, peripeteia | periphrasis | periphrastic | periplus | peripteral | periscian | perissotomist | peristalith | peristeronic | peristrephic | peristyle | perityphlic | perlaceous | perlite | perlustrate | permalloy | pernancy | pernine | pernoctation | pernor | peroneal | peroral | perorate | perry | persiennes | persiflage | personalia | personalty | pertinacity | peruke | pervicacious | pervious | pervulgate | pessary | | petard | pethidine | petiole | petitio principii | petricolous | petrogenesis | pettitoes | petto | petulcous | phacometer | phaeton | phagedaena | phagocyte | phagomania | phalacrespia | phalacrosis | phalanger | phalarope | phallation | phanerogam | phaneromania | phantasmagoria | pharisaical | pharmacodynamic | pharos | phatic | phellem | phenakistoscope | phenogenesis | philalethe | philauty | philematology | philematophobe | philippic | phillumenist | philocalist | philocaly | philocubist | philodemic | philodox | philogastric | philogynist | philomel | philometrist | philophobia | philopolemic | philopornist | philoprogenitive | philosophastering | philotheism | philoxenist | philter | phlebology | phlegmagogue | phloem | phlogiston | phocine | phoenicopter, phenicopter | phon | phonal | phonogram | phonology | phonometry | phonophorous | phonotype | phorometry | phosgene | phot | photic | photoautotrophic | photobathic | photochemistry | photochromism | photocoagulation | photofission | photogravure | photogyric | photokinesis | photolithography | photolysis | photometer | photonasty | photonosus | photophile | photopia | photoscope | photosphere | phototaxis | photothermic | phototonus | phototropism | phr. - 'by one's own motion'; of own initiative. proprio vigore, 'by (its) own force'; independently. | phr. - 'few words'. paucis verbis, 'in few words'. | phratry | phreatic | phrenic | phrontifugic | phrontistery | phthiriasis | phthisis | phycology | phylactery | phylactic | phylliform | phylloxera | phyma | physagogue | physagogue | physiocracy | physiolatry | physitheism | physiurgic | phytivorous | phytogamy | phytotron | pia mater | piacular | pibroch | pica | picador | picaro | piceous | piciform | pickerel | picot | picric acid | pidan | piddock | pied-à-terre | Pierian | pierid | pietism | pietà | piezochemistry | pignorate | pilaster | pileus | piliferous | piloerection | pilose | pilular | pinaceous | pinaster | pinchbeck | Pindaric | pineal | pinguefy | pinguescent | pink | pinnate | pintle | pip emma | piperaceous | pipit | pipkin | pique | pis aller | piscary | pisiform | pismire | pithecoid | pithiatism | pityriasis | pizzle | placet | placoid | plage | plagiograph | plagiotropic | planarian | plangent | planimeter | planipennate | planistethic | planography | planomania | plantigrade | plasmapheresis | plastron | plataleiform | platycephaly | plebicolist | plectrum | pledget | pleiobar | pleionosis | plenary | pleniloquence | plenilunar | plenipotentiary | plenum | pleochroic | pleonasm | pleonastic | pleonectic | pleonexia | plethora | pleura | pleurodynia | pleuronectid | plexus | plicate | pliofilm | pliothermic | plosive | plumbeous | plumbum | plumose | pluperfect | plurilateral | plutonic | plutonomy | pluvial | pneuma | pnigophobia | poaceous | pochard | pococurante | pocosin | poculiform | podagra | podalic | podesta | podex | podobromhidrosis | poecilonymy | poetaster | pogoniasis | poiesis | poikilothermic | poikilothymia | poilu | poimenics | poise | polarimeter | polder | poliomyelitis | poliosis | pollard | pollex | poltophagy | poltroon | polyamide | polyarchy | polychaete | polychotomy | polychrest | polychrestic | polychrome | polycythaemia | polydactyl | polydemic | polydipsia | polyeidic | polyelectrolyte | polygenesis | polyhidrosis | polyhistor | polylith | polylogy | polymath | polymythy | polyonymy | polyopia | polyphagia | polypharmacy | polyphony | polyphyletic | polyploid | polypnea | polypod | polypragmatist | polypsychic | polypus | polyseme | polystachious | polystichous | polystomatous | polystyle | polysyndeton | polysynthetic | polythalamous | polytocous | polytomous | polyuria | polyvalent | pomace | pomelo | pomiculture | pone | ponerology | pongee | pons | pontage | pood | popliteal | porism | porogamy | porraceous | porrect | porrigo | portreeve | posology | posset | postament | postcibal | postconnubial | poste restante | postern | postexilic | postiche | postil | postilion, postillion | postjacent | postmundane | postprandial | postrorse | posttonic | postvocalic | potamic | potation | pou sto | poult | poundal | praedial, predial | prandial | pratincolous | praxinoscope | praxis | preadamic | preagonal | preantepenultimate | prebend | precative, precatory | precentor | preciation | precisian | precocial | preconize | predella | preexilian, preexilic | prelapsarian | prelect | premiate | premorse | premundane | prenarial | prepense | prepollent | prepotent | preprandial | prepuce | prerupt | presbycousis | prescind | presentient | presidial | presimian | prest | preterist | preterist | preterite | preterlabent | pretermit | pretone | prevenient | prevernal | prevocalic | prevoyant | priapean | prie-dieu | primavera | primipara | primogeniture | princeps | princox | privative | privity | proairesis, proaeresis | probity | probouleutic | procacious | procatalectic | procathedral | proceleusmatic | procellous | procephalic | prochronism | procidence | proclinate | proclitic | procryptic | proctalgia | procumbent | procès-verbal | proditorious | prodrome | proem | proemptosis | proethnic | profluent | progamic | progenitive | prognathism | projicient | prolapse, prolapsus | prolate | prolegomena | prolepsis | prolicide | proligerous | prolix | prolocutor | prolusion | promuscis | prone | pronograde | pronominal | pronovalence | propaedeutic | propinquity | propitiate | proplasm | propolis | proprio motu | proprioceptor | proptosis | propugnation | proreption | prorogue | proscenium | proscribe | proselyte | prosenchyma | prosilient | prosody | prosonomasia | prosophobia | prosopic | prosopolepsy | prosopopy | prostyle | protandry | protanopia | protasis | protensive | proteogenous | proteranthous | prothalamion, prothalamium | prothesis | prothorax | protocanonical | protogenic | protograph | protogyny | protolithic | protomartyr | protomorphic | protonotary, prothonotary | protopathic | protophyte | prototrophic | protreptic | protrusile | provection | proveditor | provedore, providore | proxenete | pruinose | prurigo | pruritus | psaltery | psammophyte | psaphonic | psellism | psephology | pseudaesthesia | pseudandry | pseudaposematic | pseudautochiria | pseudepigrapha | pseudoblepsia | pseudocarp | pseudochromaesthesia | pseudochronism | pseudocyesis | pseudodox | pseudograph | pseudogyny | pseudohermaphroditism | pseudologist | pseudology | pseudomnesia | pseudomonas | pseudomorph | pseudophonia | pseudopodium | pseudopsia | pseudoscope | pseudovum | psilanthropy | psilology | psilosis | psilosopher | psithurism | psittaceous | psittacistic | psoas | psora | psoriasis | psorophthalmia | psoroptic | psychaesthesia | psychagogic | psychalgia | psychasthenia | psychoanalysis | psychodynamic | psychogalvanic | psychogenesis | psychogram | psycholepsy | psychomachy | psychometer | psychometrics | psychomorphism | psychomotor | psychopannychism | psychophysics | psychopomp | psychoprophylaxis | psychorrhagy | psychosophy | psychotaxis | psychotechnology | psychotheism | psychotoxic | psychotropic | psychrometer | psychrophile | psychrophobia | psychrophyte | psychurgy | ptarmic | pteridium | pterocarpous | pterography | pteropid | pteropod | pterospermous | pterygium | pterygoid | pterygote | pterylosis | ptilosis | ptisan | ptochocracy | ptomaine | ptosis | ptyalin | puberulent | pudency | puerperal | puisne | puissant | pulicine | pullulate | pulmogastric | pulmometry | pulque | pulsatile | pulsimeter | pultaceous | pultun, pultan | pulvillus | punaluan | puncheon | punctilio | punctulate | pundigrion | puniceous | punnet | pupillage | purfle | puriform | purl | purlicue | purlieus | purpresture | purpura | purpureal, purpureous | pursuivant | pursy | purulent | putamen | putid | puttee | putti | pyarthrosis | pycnometer | pyelitis | pyemia | pygal | pygophilous | pyic | pylorus | pyoderma | pyoid | pyranometer | pyrethrum | pyretic | pyrgeometer | pyrgoidal | pyrheliometer | pyridine | pyriform | pyroelectricity | pyrogen | pyrognomic | pyrography | pyrolagnia | pyrolatry | pyroligneous | pyrology | pyrolysis | pyromachy | pyromancy | pyrometer | pyrophanous | pyrophobia | pyrophorus | pyroscope | pyrosis | pyrostat | pyrrhotism | pythogenic | pyx | pétrissage |


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- Q - | quadra | quadragintesimal | quadral | quadrant | quadrat | quadrate | quadrel | quadrennial | quadrimum | quadripartite | quadrisect | quadrivial | quadrivoltine | quadrual | quadrumanous | quaestor | quaestuary | quaintise | quale | quant | quantulum | quaquaversal | quarender, quarenden | quartan | quarto | quatercentenary | quatrefoil | quattrocento | quebracho | qued | quenelle | quenouille | quercetum | querimony | quern | querulent | question extraordinaire | qui vive | quidam | quiddity | quidnunc | quiescent | quietism | quietus | quillet | quinary | quincentenary | quindecagon | quinquagenarian | Quinquagesima | quinquennial | quinsy | quintain | quintal | quintan | quintant | quintic | quipu | quire | quirt | quisguous | quisling | quisquillian | quitrent | quo vadis | quod erat demonstrandum | quodlibet | quoin | quondam |


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- R - | rabiator | raceme | rach(e) | rachis | rachitis | radectomy | radio-heliograph | radiodontia | radiogenic | radiogoniometer | radiolucent | radiomicrometer | radionuclide | radiopaque | radiopraxis | radioscope | radiosonde | radome | radula | raisonné | rale | ramage | ramellose | ramex | ramiferous | ramify | ramoneur | ramulus | ramus | rana | ranarium | randan | rangiferine | ranine | rantallion | rantipole | ranula | ranunculaceous | rapacious | rapine | rapparee | rappee | rapport | rapprochement | raptorial, raptatorial, raptatory | raptus | rasorial | ratafia | ratihabition | ratite | ratline | ratten | rattoon | rauwolfia | ravelin | ravissant | rebarbative | rebec(k) | reboantic | recalesce | recension | receptary | recherché | recidivism | recitative | reclinate | recoct | recondite | recreant | recrement | recrudesce | rectalgia | rectigrade | rectirostral | rectiserial | recto | rectopathic | rectrices | rectrix | rectum | rectus | recubation | recumbentibus | recusant | redan | redargution | redhibition | redintegrate | redivivus | reeve | refection | reflet | refluent | refocillate | refragable | refulgent | regardant | regelation | regius | reglementation | regnal | reify | reis | reive | rejectamenta | relict | religate | reliquary | reliquiae | relucent | remiform | remigrate | remontado | remplissage | remugient | renable | renascible | rencontre | renifleur | reniform | renitent | rennet | renography | rentes | renvoi | repetend | replevin | repoussé | reptant | requiescat | reredos | res gestae | rescript | resect | reserpine | resile | resipiscent | resorb | responsions | resupinate | resupination | rete | reticulate | retine | retinoid | retortion | retroact | retrocede | retrochoir | retroject | retromancy | retrometer | retromingent | retromorphosis | retrorse | retrostalsis | retroussé | retuse | reus | revalescent | revalorize | revanche | revehent | revenant | revers | revetment | revirescent | reviviscent | revolute | rhabdomancy | rhabdomyoma | rhabdophobia | rhadamanthine | Rhadamanthus | rhaebosis | rhamphoid | rhema | rheology | rhexis | rhigosis | rhinal | rhipidate | rhizanthous | rhizocarpous | rhizogenic | rhizoid | rhodocyte | rhonchisonant | rhonchus | rhopalism | rhotacism | rhumb | rhyparography | rhysimeter | rhytiscopia | ria | riant | rictus | rideau | ridel, riddel | ridibund | riffler | rigescent | rima | rime | rinderpest | riparian | riprap | risible | risorial | ritornel(le), ritornello | rivière | rivose | rixation | riziform | roak | roble | roborant | roborean | roc | rocaille | roche moutonnée | rodomontade | roi | roil | roinek | roinous | roitelet | rolley | romal | roman a clef | romaunt | rood | roric | rorqual | rorulent | rosarium | Roscius | roseola | | rosorial | rostel(lum) | rosular, rosulate | rota | rotifer | rotograph | rotula | roulade | roundel | roué | rubedinous | rubefacient | rubescent | rubiaceous | rubican | rubific | rubiginous | rubineous, rubious | rubor | rubric | ructation | rudesby | rudiment | rufescent | rufous | rumal | rumen | runcible | runcinate | runnel | rupestrian | rupicoline, rupicolous | ruridecanal | rusticate | rutidosis | rutilant | rynchosporous | Réaumur | réchauffé | réclame | rémoulade | réseau |


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- S - | sabbatarian | sabot | sabretache | sabulous | saburra | saccade | saccadic | saccate | sacciferous | saccular | sacerdotal | sacerdotophrenia | sackbut | sacral | sacrarium | sacring | saeculum | saffian | saggar, sagger | sagittal | sal volatile | salacious | salchow | salep | saleratus | salic | salicaceous | salient | saliferous | salmagundi | salmi | salopettes | salsify | saltant | saltigrade | saltire | saluki | salvific(al) | salwar | samara | sambuca | samisen | samite | samlet | samogon | samovar | samphire | samshu | sanative | sanbenito | sanctus | sang-froid | sangaree | sanguinary | sanguisugent | sanhedrin | sanies | saphena | sapid | sapidity | saponaceous | sapor | sapota | saprodontia | saprogenic | sapropel | saprophagous | saprophyte | saprostomous | saprozoic | saraband(e) | sarafan | sarangousty | sarcenet | sarcoid | sarcoptid | sarcotic | sarcous | sard | sardanapalian | sardonic | sardonyx | sarmassation | sarmassophobe | saros | sarrusophone | sarsen | satisdation | satisdiction | satispassion | saturnine | sauterelle | sautoir | savarin | saxatile | scaberulous | scacchic | scagliola | scaldabanco | scalpriform | scandaroon | scandent | scansion | scansorial | scantling | scaphion | scaphism | scaphoid | scapiform | scapula | scaramouch | scarcement | scarious | scarlatina | scaturient | scaurie | scazon | scelalgia | scend | scenography | schapska | schediasm | schematograph | schesis | schiller | schipperke | schistosome | schizocarp | schizothemia | schlemiel, schlemihl | schlenter | schlicker | schlieren | schoenabatist | schoenobatic | scholium | schorl | scialytic | sciamachy | sciamachy | sciapodous | scibile | scientia | scintilla | sciolism | sciolist | sciomancy | sciophilous | scioptic | sciotheism | scirrhus | scissel | scissile | scissure, scissura | sciurine | sclera | scleroderma | sclerogenous | scobiform | scolecophagous | scolex | scoliometer | scolion | scollardical | scolopaceous | scombriform | scopa | scopodromic | scopolagnia | scopolamine | scopula | scorbutic | scoria | scorpioid | scortation | scotodinia | scrannel | scriniary | scriptorium | scriptory | scripturient | scrivello | scrivener | scrobiculate | scrofula | scullion | scumble | scunner | scutal | scyphate | sebastomania | secant | secco | secern | secodont | secque | secretaire | secretum | sectile | sectorial | secund | secundipara | secundogeniture | securiform | sedent | sederunt | sedilia | sedulous | seeksorrow | seicento | seiche | seigneur | seisin | seity | sejant | sejugate | selachian | selenian | selliform | selum | semasiology | sematic | semelincident | sememe | semibreve | semic | semiography | semioviparous | semiquote | sempiternal | senary | senectitude | senescent | seneschal | senicide | sennet | sennight | sennit | senocular | sensillum | sensorium | sententia | sentisection | sepal | sepicolous | sept | septal | septan | septate | septave | septemfluous | septemplicate | septemvir | septenary | septenary | septendecimal | septentrional | septicemia | septilateral | septimal | septimanal | septisyllable | septum | sepulchre | sepulture | sequacious | sequela | sere | serein | serein | sericate | serif | serific | serment | sermocination | sermuncle | serology | serositis | serotine | serotinous | serous | serpette | serpiginous | serpivolant | serpolet | serried | serriferous | serrulate | serrurerie | sertule | sesquialteral | sesquicentennial | sesquiduplicate | sesquipedalian | sesquiquartal | sesquiseptimal | sesquitertian | sessile | sestet | sestina | seta | seton | setose | settecento | setula | severy | sexadecimal | sexagenarian | Sexagesima | sexenary | sexipara | sextain | sextan | sextern | sextodecimo | sextumvirate | sforzando | sfumato | sgraffito | shabrack | shaconian | shad | shaddock | shadoof, shaduf | shagreen | shake | shale | shallop | shama | shandrydan | shard | shardborn | shawm | sheading | shearling | shearwater | shebeen | Shelta | Sheol | sherd | shibah | shikar | shirr | shoat | shrievalty | shrive | shroff | sial | sialagogic | sib | sibyllilne | sicarian | sicarian | siccation | sicchasia | sicchosism | siccimeter | sice | sideration | sidereal | siderography | sideromancy | sideroscope | siffilate | siffilate | siffleur | sigil | sigla | sigmatron | sigmoid | signate | silentiary | silenus | sillograph | sillometer | silvics | sima | simioid | simony | simoom | simous | simulacrum | sinal | sinapise | sinciput | sindon | sinecure | singultus | sinter | sinuate | sinus | siphonogam | sippet | sirdar | sirenian | sirenic | siriasis | siskin | sitology | sitringee | sittine | sitzkrieg | sizar | sjambok | skald | skat | skeet | skeg | skelic | skep | skerry | skewbald | skiascope | skijoring | skinnum | skippet | skirr | skive | skoal | skoptsy | skybald | slatch | sleave | sleekit | slew | slubber | slumgullion | smalt | smalto | smatchet | smectic | smegma | smew | smift | smithsonite | snaffle | snell | snickersnee | sniggle | snoff | snood | snye | soboles | sociogenetic | socius | sockdolager | socle | sodality | soffit | soigné | solanaceous | solano | solaristics | solatium | solecism | soleiform | solenitis | solfatara | solidary | solidungular | solidus | solifidian | solifidium | soliform | soliped | soliterraneous | solivagant | solmisate | solonist | solus | somascope | somnifacient | somniloquacious | somnolent | sonant | sonation | sonde | soniferous | sonorescent | sophiology | sophism | sophomania | sophrosyne | sopor | soral | sorbefacient | sorbile | sordes | sordino | soricid | sorites | sorner | sororal | sorosis | sortes | sortilege | sortition | sorus | soterial | sottise | soubrette | souchong | soutane | sovkhoz | spadassin | spadiceous | spado | spadonism | spallation | spanaemia | spandrel | spaneria | spanogyny | spanopnoea | sparadrap | spargosis | sparid | spatchcock | spathe | spatiate | spatilomancy | spatiotemporal | spatrify | spavin | spawling | specie | speculum | spelaean, spelean | spelter | speluncar | spermaceti | spermatic | spermologer | spermology | spermophile | sphacel | sphagnum | sphenic | sphingal | sphingid | sphragistic | sphygmic | spicate | spiflicate, spifflicate | spiloma | spinaceous | spindrift | spinel | spinescent | spinthariscope | spintherism | spiracle | spirant | spirochaete | spirulate | splanchnic | spodium | spodogenous | spokeshave | spoliation | spondyl | sponsion | sponson | spontoon | sporangium | sporulate | Sprachgefühl | sprag | spraints | springal | springe | spritzer | sprue | spruit | spumescent | spurcidical | sputum | squab | squadrism | squaliform | squamaceous | squatinid | squeg | squill | squinancy | squinch | stabile | stactometer | stadiometer | stagiary | stagmometer | stagnicolous | stalagmometer | stanchion | stanhope | stannary | stapes | stasivalence | statant | statics | statocyst | statolith | stator | statoscope | staurolatry | stavesacre | stearin | steatite | steatopygous | steeve | stegnosis | stegophilist | stele | stemma | stenocardia | stenometer | stenopaic | stenosis | stentor | stercoraceous | stercoricolous | sterculius | stereobate | stereochemistry | stereognosis | stereography | stereometry | stereomonoscope | stereopsis | stereostatic | stereotomy | sternson | sternum | sternutation | sterol | stertor | stertorous | stethometer | sthenia | sthenobulia | stibial | stibnite | stich | stilliform | stipe | stipule | stirious | stirpiculture | stithy | stoa | stochastic | stoichiology | stolon | stoma | stomachous | stope | stopple | storge | storiate | storiology | stoup | stovaine | strabismus | stramineous | stramonium | strappado | stratigraphy | stratocracy | strepitous | strepor | strepsis | stria | strickle | stridor | striga | strigil | strigilation | strigine | striola | strobic | strobile | stroboscope | strombuliform | struma | struthian | stucco | stultify | stupefacient | stupeous | stupration | stupulose | sturnine | stygiophobia | stylite | stylobate | stylograph | stylometer | styptic | suaviation | subacid | subacute | subaerial | subagitation | subahdar | subalary | subalpine | subangular | subarid | subarrhation | subastral | subaudition | subboreal | subdecimal | subderisorious | subdititious | subdolous | subduplicate | subereous | subfluvial | subfocal | subfusc | subinfeudate | subintelligitur | subitaneous | subjacent | sublate | sublethal | sublineation | sublunary | subluxation | submaxillary | submerse | submiliary | subminimal | submontane | submultiple | subnubilar | suboctuple | subquintuple | subreptary | subrident | subsannation | subsextuple | subsolar | substantive | substaquilate | substituent | subsultus | subtend | subtopia | subtrahend | subtrist | subturbary | subulate | subungual | suburbicarian | subvention | subvocal | succedaneum | succent | succiniferous | succise | succorrhoea | succory | succursal | succus | succuss | suctorial | sudamen | sudarium | sudatory | sudd | sudiform | sudor | sufflaminate | sufflation | suffrutescent | sugent | suggilate | sui generis | suilline | suint | sulcate | sullage | sulpha-drugs | sulphate | sulphonal | sulphurate | summa | summand | sumpter | sumptuary | superannuate | superciliary | supercrescent | supererogate | superfetate | superficies | superheterodyne | superhumeral | superincumbent | superinduce | superjacent | superlunary | supermaxillary | supernaculum | supernal | supernatant | supernumerary | superphosphate | superscribe | supersensible | supersolid | superstratum | superterranean | supervacaneous | supervene | supinate | supinovalent | suppalpation | suppedaneum | | supraliminal | supraorbital | surah | sural | surcease | surcingle | surculose | surd | surma | surmullet | surnominal | surrebutter | surrejoinder | suscept | suscitate | suspercollate | suspire | sustentation | susurrate | sutler | suttee | suzerain | swage | swale | swallett | swipple | sybotic | syconium | sycosis | syllepsis | sylph | sylva | symbiosis | symbolofideism | symphily | symphoric | symphysis | symploce | symptosis | synactic | synaeresis | synaesthesia | synallagmatic | synaloepha | synanthesis | synarchy | synartesis | synastry | syncategorematic | synchoresis | synchroscope | synchysis | synclastic | syncline | syncrasy | syncretism | syndactyl | syndetic | syndic | synechiology | synechthry | synecology | synectics | synergetic | synesis | synethnic | syngamy | syngenesis | synizesis | synkinesis | synoecious | synoptophore | synorthographic | synovia | syntagma | syntectic | synteresis | syntexis | synthermal | syntony | sypher | syringadenous | syrinx | syrt | systatic | szopelka | sève | sérac |


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- T - | tachydidaxy | tachyphylaxis | tachypnea | tachytelic | talionic | tamarisk | tanquam | taphephobia | tappon | tardigrade | tarhood | tatami | tathagatagarbha | tattogey | tauromachian | tautegorical | tautoousious | tedium vitae | teknonymy | telestich | temulance | tendentious | tenebrific | tenesmic | tentiginous | teratology | tergiversation | terrarium | testa | testudineous | tetricity | thalassophobia | thanatism | thaumaturgic | theanthropism | thebaine | thelymachy | thelyphthoric | thermoduric | thersitical | thesicle | thibble | thob | thrasonical | threpterophilia | thrion | thylacine | tiki | tilbury | tilde | timbal | timbre | timbrel | timocracy | timonism | tinction | tinea | tintinnabulate | tiqueur | tirailleur | tiro | tisane | Titan | tithe | Titian | titivate | titrate | tittup | titubant | tmesis | toadstone | toccata | tocology | tocsin | toddick | toga praetexta | toga virilis | toison | tombac | tombolo | tomentose, tomentous | tomography | tonant | tondo | tonetics | tonitruous | tonka | tonneau | tonometer | tonsorial | tontine | tonus | toparch | tophaceous | toponym | topophobia | toque | torchon | torcular | toreutic | torii | tormentum | tormina | torose | torpid | torque | torsade | torticollis | tortile | tortious | torulose, torulous | torvous | totara | totem | touché | tourbillion | tourmaline | tourniquet | tournure | toxemia | toxoid | toxophily | trabeate(d) | trabecula | trachoma | trachycarpous | tractile | tractive | traduce | tragopan | tragus | tralatition | tralatitiously | trammel | tramontane | transalpine | transcalent | transducer | transect | transfluent | transforation | transgenic | transhume | transilient | transilluminate | transire | translunary | transmarine | transmigrate | transpadane | transpicuous | transpontine | transrhenane | transubstantiate | transude | transumptive | transuranic | transverbate | transverberate | transvest | transvolation | trapezium | traulism | traumatology | trave | trecento | trechometer | treen | trefoil | tregetour | trematode | trenchant | trente et quarante | trepan | trepang | trephine | tresayle | tressilate | triagonal | triarch | tribade | tribology | tribuloid | tricenary | tricephalous | trichiasis | trichinosis | trichotomy | trichromatic | tricipital | triclinic | tricorn | tricot | tridactyl | tridiurnal | triennial | trieteric | trifarious | trifid | triforium | trifurcate | trigamy | trigeminal | trigeneric | triglot | triglyph | trigonal | trigonous | trigraph | trihedron | trihoral | trijugate | trilabiate | trilateral | trilemma | trilinear | trilingual | triliteral | trilith(on) | trilocular | trimacular, trimaculate | trimensual | trimerous | trimeter | trimorph | trin | tringoid | trinoctial | trinomial | trioecious | triolet | tripara | tripartite | tripedal | triphibian | triphthong | triphyllous | triplegia | triplopia | tripsis | triptote | triptych | triquetra | trireme | triskelion | trismus | tristachyous | triste | tristich | tristiloquy | trisulcate | trisyllable | tritanopia | tritheism | triticism | triticoid | tritium | triton | triturate | triumvir | triune | trivirgate | troche | trochilic | trochlea | trochocephalic | trompe-l'oeil | tronc | trope | trophic | tropism | tropology | tropometer | tropopause | tropophilous | trotyl | trouvaille | trucidation | trumeau | trunnion | truttaceous | tryma | trypsin | tsiology | tubercle | tubicinate | tubicolous | tubicorn(ous) | tubulure | tucket | tucuma | tuism | tumbrel | tumid | tumulus | tunicate | tup | turbellarian | turbid | turbinate | turpitude | turrical | twibil | tychism | tympanum | typhlitis | typhlology | typography | typology | typtology | tyrannicide | tyremesis | tyroma |


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- U - | uberous | ubiety | ubiquity | udometer | uhlan | ukase | uliginose, uliginous | ulitis | ullage | uloid | ulotrichous | ultimogeniture | ultracrepidarian | ultrafidian | ultramarine | ultramontane | ultramundane | ultrasonic | ultroneous | umbel | umbo | umiak | unasinous | uncate | uncial | unciform | unco | undecagon | undecennial | undecimal | underfong | undine | ungual | unguiculate | unguinous | ungulate | unicameral | unicity | unidextral | unifilar | unifoliate | unigenesis | unigenital | unilingual | uniliteral | uninominal | unipara | uniparous | uniped | unipotent | unireme | unisonous | unitarian | univalent | univocal | univoltine | univorous | uraemia | uraeus | uranism | uranography | uranolatry | uranology | uranometry | uranoscopy | urbacity | urbarial | urceus | ure | uredinous | uredo | urgrund | uric | uropygium | ursine | urticaceous | usance | user | usine | usitative | usquebaugh | ustulate | usufruct | uti possidetis | utraquist | utricle | utriform | uvula | uxorial | uxorious |


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- V - | vade mecum | vadose | vagile | vaginate | vaginismus | vagitus | vale | valency | valetudinarian | valetudinarianism | valgus | vallate | vallecular | valorise | valorization | vaniloquence | vapulate | varec | varicose | varietal | varietist | variola | variole | variometer | variorum | varistor | varix | varus | vas | vasoconstriction | vastate | vastation | vaticinate | vecordious | vection | vedette | vegetal | velamen | velar | velitation | velleity | vellicate | vellum | velocious | velocipede | velum | velutinous | venatic(al) | venation | vendue | venenation | venenose | venereology | venery | venesect | venial | venireman | venous | ventage | venter | ventiduct | ventoseness | ventral | ventricumbent | ventripotent | venule | veracious | verbigerate | verbigeration | verbile | verbophobia | verboten | verd-antique | verecund | vergiform | veridic(al) | veriloquent | verjuice | vermeil | vermian | vernal | vernalagnia | vernalize | vernicose | vernier | vernissage | veronal | verricule | verruca | versant | versicle | versicolor | verst | verticil | vertiginous | vesicle | vespal | vespertine | vespiary | vesta | vestiary | vesticate | vesuvian | vetanda | vetitive | vexillary | viaggiatory | viands | viatic(al) | vibrissa | viburnum | vicarial | vicegerent | vicenary | vicinage | vicissitude | vicissitudinary | victoria | victual | vicuna | viduage | vigentennial | vigesimal | vigesimation | vignette | vilify | vilipend | villar | villein | villus | vimen | vinaceous | vincular | vindemiate | vinous | viparious | virelay | virescent | virgal | virgule | viridescent | virilescence | virose | vis major | visard | viscerotonic | viscid | visile | vitalism | vitascope | vitative | vitellus | vitiate | viticula | viticulture | vitiligo | vitilitigate | vitrail | vitreous | vittate | vituline | vituperate | vivandière | vivarium | viverrine | vives | viveur | vivify | viviparous | vivisepulture | vocable | vocalic | volant | volar | volary | volation | volent | volitate | volitient | volitorial | volplane | volte-face | volucrine | voluptuary | volute | vomer | vomitory | vomituration | vomiturition | voussoir | vrouw | vulcanology | vulgarian | vulgarism | vulgate | vulgus | vulpicide | vulva |


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- W - | waddy | wadi | wagon-lit | wain | waldgrave | wanion | wapentake | wapiti | wappenshaw | warison | weasand | Weltanschauung | Weltschmerz | Wergild | wether | wharfinger | whin | whisternefet | whitlow | widdershins | widgeon | wimble | wimple | windage | witan | witenagemot | withe | withernam | withhold | withy | wittol | witzelsucht | wolfram | wort | wroth | wynd |


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- X - | xanthic | xanthochroism | xanthoma | xanthopsia | xanthous | xebec | xenagogue | xenagogy | xenapistia | xenial | xenodocheionology | xenoepist | xenogamy | xenomancy | xerarch | xerasia | xeroderma | xeronisus | xerophilous | xerophobous | xerophthalmia | xerophyte | xerosis | xerostoma | xerotic | xertz | xiphoid | xylem | xylograph | xyloid | xylophobia | xyresic | xystus |


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- Y - | yamen | yammer | yarborough | yardang | yare | yashmak | yataghan | yawl | yaws | yclept | ydromancy | yean | yestreen | yom | ypsiliform |


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- Z - | zamindar | zatetic | zeigarnik | zenana | zenography | zeta | zetetic | zeugma | zibeline, zibelline | Zigeuner | zingaro | zircon | zither | zizith | zoanthropy | zocle | zoea | zoetic | zoic | zoilism | Zollverein | zomotherapy | zonesthesia | zooerastia | zoogamy | zooid | zoolite, zoolith | zoometry | zoonic | zoopery | zoophile | zoophorus, zophorus | zoophyte | zooscopy | zootechny, zootechnics | zootomy | zootrophy | zouave | zwitterion | zygal | zygomancy | zygophyte | zygote | zymase | zymogenic | zymology | zymolysis | zymoplastic | zymosis | zymotic |


kwicfinder.com
British National Corpus

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The British National Corpus and this site

The British National Corpus (BNC) is a carefully-selected collection of 4124 contemporary written and spoken English texts, primarily from the United Kingdom. The corpus totals over 100 million words and covers a representative range of domains, genres and registers. The entire corpus has been analyzed and marked up with part of speech (POS) tags. Provenance and other attributes are carefully documented for each text. "What is the BNC?" provides a succinct overview of the corpus; for an exhaustive description, consult the British National Corpus Users Reference Guide. Chapter 1 of Guy Aston and Lou Burnard's BNC Handbook includes an informative survey of possible uses of corpora in general and of the BNC in particular. Additional useful information and resources (including various frequency lists with more refined POS tagging) are found on the companion website for Word Frequencies in Written and Spoken English based on the British National Corpus by Geoffrey Leech, Paul Rayson and Andrew Wilson. The introduction includes a very readable discussion of how the corpus was tokenized and tagged.
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Erstellt: 2014-12

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lancs.ac.uk
Word Frequency lists

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Here we provide plain text versions of the frequency lists contained in WFWSE. These are raw unedited frequency lists produced by our software and do not contain the many additional notes supplied in the book itself. The lists are tab delimited plain text so can be imported into your prefered spreadsheet format. For the main lists we provide a key to the columns. More details on the process undertaken in the preparation of the lists can be found in the introduction to the book. These lists show dispersion ranging between 0 and 1 rather than 0 and 100 as in the book. We multiplied the value by 100 and rounded to zero decimal places in the book for reasons of space. Log likelihood values are shown here to one decimal place rather than zero as in the book.

Please note, all frequencies are per million words. There are some extra notes explaining the dummy values (:, @, and %) in the lemmatised lists.

CHAPTER 1: Frequencies in the Whole Corpus (Spoken and Written English) complete lists without frequency cut-offs: unix compressed 5.3Mb or WinZip compressed 4.4Mb CHAPTER 2: Spoken and Written English CHAPTER 3: Two Main Varieties of Spoken English Compared CHAPTER 4: Two Main Varieties of Written English Compared CHAPTER 5: Rank Frequency Lists of Words within Word Classes (Parts of Speech) in the whole corpus CHAPTER 6: Frequency Lists of Grammatical Word Classes (based on the Sampler Corpus)


Erstellt: 2014-12

learnersdictionary.com
3,000 Core Vocabulary Words

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Our editors have identified 3,000 English words that are most important for Learners to know. Study this list to improve your vocabulary.

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a (indefinite article) | abandon (verb) | ability (noun) | able (adjective) | about (preposition) | about (adverb) | above (adverb) | above (preposition) | abroad (adverb) | absence (noun) | absent (adjective) | absolute (adjective) | abstract | abstract (adjective) | abuse (verb) | abuse (noun) | abusive | academic (adjective) | accept (verb) | acceptable (adjective) | acceptance | access (verb) | access (noun) | accident (noun) | accompany (verb) | according+to (preposition) | account (verb) | account (noun) | accountant | accurate (adjective) | accuse | ache (noun) | ache | achieve (verb) | acquire (verb) | acquit | across (adverb) | across (preposition) | act (verb) | act (noun) | action (noun) | active | activity (noun) | actor | actress | actual (adjective) | actually (adverb) | adapt (verb) | add (verb) | addition (noun) | additional (adjective) | address (noun) | address (verb) | adequate (adjective) | adjourn | adjust (verb) | administration (noun) | admiration | admire (verb) | admission (noun) | admit (verb) | adopt (verb) | adoption | adult (noun) | adult (adjective) | advance (noun) | advance (verb) | advantage (noun) | adventure (noun) | adventurous | advertise (verb) | advertisement (noun) | advice | advise (verb) | affair (noun) | affect (verb) | affection | affectionate | afford (verb) | afraid (adjective) | after (adverb) | after (conjunction) | after (preposition) | afternoon | again (adverb) | against (preposition) | age (noun) | age (verb) | agency (noun) | agent (noun) | aggravation | aggressive | ago | agree (verb) | agreement (noun) | agriculture | ahead (adverb) | aid (verb) | aid (noun) | aim (noun) | aim (verb) | air | air traffic controller | airplane (noun) | airport (noun) | aisle | alarm (verb) | alarm (noun) | alert (noun) | alert (adjective) | alert (verb) | alibi | alimony | alive (adjective) | all (adverb) | all (pronoun) | all (adjective) | all right (adverb) | all right (adjective) | allergy | allow (verb) | allowance (noun) | almost (adverb) | alone (adverb) | alone (adjective) | along (adverb) | along (preposition) | alphabet (noun) | already | also (adverb) | alter (verb) | alternative (noun) | alternative (adjective) | although (conjunction) | altogether (adverb) | always | amateur | amaze (verb) | ambition (noun) | ambitious | among (preposition) | amount (verb) | amount (noun) | an (indefinite article) | analogy | analysis (noun) | analyze (verb) | and (conjunction) | anger (verb) | anger | anger | angle (noun) | angry (adjective) | anguish | animal (noun) | ankle | announce (verb) | annoy (verb) | annoying | annual (adjective) | annually | another (pronoun) | another (adjective) | answer (verb) | answer (noun) | antihistamine | anxiety | anxious | any (adjective) | any (pronoun) | any (adverb) | anybody (pronoun) | anyone (pronoun) | anything (pronoun) | anyway (adverb) | anywhere (adverb) | apart (adverb) | apartment (noun) | apologize (verb) | apology (noun) | apparent (adjective) | apparently (adverb) | appeal (noun) | appeal (verb) | appear (verb) | appearance (noun) | appetite | apple (noun) | application | apply | appoint (verb) | appreciate | approach (noun) | approach (verb) | appropriate (adjective) | approval (noun) | approve (verb) | approximate (adjective) | approximate (verb) | April (noun) | apt (adjective) | aquifer | arch | arch (verb) | architect | area (noun) | arena | argue (verb) | argument (noun) | arm (verb) | arm (noun) | arm | armpit | army (noun) | around (adverb) | around (preposition) | arrange (verb) | arrangement (noun) | arrest (verb) | arrest (noun) | arrest (verb) | arrival | arrive (verb) | arrow (noun) | art (noun) | article (noun) | artificial (adjective) | artist | artistic | as (conjunction) | as (preposition) | as (adverb) | ashamed (adjective) | aside (adverb) | ask (verb) | asleep (adjective) | aspirin | assignment | assist (verb) | assistant (noun) | associate (verb) | associate's degree | assume (verb) | assure (verb) | at (preposition) | athlete (noun) | athletic | atmosphere | attach (verb) | attack (noun) | attack (verb) | attempt (verb) | attempt (noun) | attend (verb) | attention | attitude (noun) | attorney | attorney | attract (verb) | attraction | attractive (adjective) | audience | August (noun) | aunt | author (noun) | authority (noun) | automatic (adjective) | automobile (noun) | autumn | available (adjective) | avenue (noun) | average (noun) | average (adjective) | avoid (verb) | awake (adjective) | awake (verb) | award (verb) | award (noun) | aware (adjective) | away (adverb) | away (adjective) |


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baby (noun) | bachelor's degree | back (adjective) | back (adverb) | back (noun) | back (verb) | backboard | backhand | backward (adverb) | backward (adjective) | bacterium (noun) | bad (adjective) | badly (adverb) | bag (noun) | baggage | baggage (noun) | bake (verb) | balance (verb) | balance (noun) | ball (noun) | band (noun) | bandage | bandage | bang (verb) | bank (noun) | banker | bankrupt (verb) | bankrupt | bankrupt (adjective) | bankruptcy | bar (noun) | barber | bare (adjective) | bark (verb) | bark (noun) | barn (noun) | barometer | barrier (noun) | bartender | base (noun) | base (verb) | baseball (noun) | baseball | basic (adjective) | basically (adverb) | basis (noun) | basket (noun) | basketball | bath (noun) | bathe (verb) | bathroom (noun) | batter (baseball) | battery (noun) | battle (noun) | be (verb) | beach (noun) | beak (noun) | bean (noun) | bear (verb) | beard | beat (noun) | beat (verb) | beautiful (adjective) | beauty (noun) | because (conjunction) | become (verb) | bed (noun) | beef (noun) | before (conjunction) | before (preposition) | before | beg (verb) | begin (verb) | beginning (noun) | behalf (noun) | behave (verb) | behavior (noun) | behind (preposition) | behind (adverb) | belief (noun) | believe (verb) | bell (noun) | belong (verb) | below (adverb) | below (preposition) | belt (noun) | bench (noun) | bend (noun) | bend (verb) | beneath (preposition) | beneath (adverb) | benefit | beside (preposition) | besides (adverb) | besides (preposition) | best (adjective) | best (noun) | best (adverb) | bet (verb) | bet (noun) | better (adjective) | better (adverb) | between (preposition) | beyond (preposition) | beyond (adverb) | bible (noun) | bibliography | bicycle (noun) | bid (noun) | bid (verb) | big (adjective) | bill (noun) | bill (verb) | bind (verb) | biodegradable | biodiversity | biology (noun) | bird (noun) | birth (noun) | bit (noun) | bite (noun) | bite (verb) | bitter (adjective) | black (adjective) | black (noun) | blade (noun) | blame (verb) | blame (noun) | blank (noun) | blank (adjective) | blanket (noun) | bleed (verb) | blend (verb) | blind (verb) | blind (adjective) | blizzard | block (noun) | block (verb) | blond (noun) | blond (adjective) | blood | blow (verb) | blow (noun) | blue (noun) | blue (adjective) | board (verb) | board (verb) | board (noun) | boarding pass | boast (verb) | boat (noun) | body (noun) | boil (verb) | bold (adjective) | bomb (noun) | bomb (verb) | bond (noun) | bond (verb) | bone | bonus | book (noun) | bookkeeper | boot (noun) | border (verb) | border (noun) | bore (verb) | boredom | born (adjective) | borrow (verb) | boss | boss (verb) | bossy | both (pronoun) | both (conjunction) | both (adjective) | bother (verb) | bother (noun) | bottle (noun) | bottom (noun) | bounce (verb) | bound (adjective) | boundary (noun) | bow (noun) | bow (verb) | bowl (noun) | box (noun) | boy (noun) | brace (verb) | brace (noun) | brain (noun) | branch (noun) | brand (noun) | brave | bread (noun) | break (noun) | break (verb) | breakfast (noun) | breast | breath (noun) | breathe (verb) | breed (noun) | breed (verb) | breezy | bribe (noun) | bribe (verb) | bride (noun) | bridge (noun) | bridge (verb) | brief | brief (adjective) | bright (adjective) | brilliant (adjective) | broken | bronchitis | brother | brother-in-law | bruise | bruise | budget | builder | bulkhead | businessman | businessperson | businesswoman | butcher |


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cage (noun) | cake (noun) | calculate (verb) | calculation (noun) | calendar (noun) | calf | call (verb) | call (noun) | calm | camera (noun) | camp (verb) | camp (noun) | campaign (noun) | campus | can (noun) | can (verb) | cancel (verb) | cancer (noun) | candidate (noun) | candy (noun) | cap (noun) | capable (adjective) | capacity (noun) | capital | capital (adjective) | captain (noun) | capture (verb) | car (noun) | carbon dioxide | carbon monoxide | carcinogen | card (noun) | care (noun) | care (verb) | career | careful (adjective) | careless (adjective) | carpenter | carpet (noun) | carrot (noun) | carry (verb) | carry-on (noun) | carry-on (adjective) | case | cash | cashier | cast (verb) | cast | castle (noun) | cat (noun) | catalog (noun) | catch (verb) | catch (noun) | catcher (baseball) | category (noun) | cattle (noun) | cause (noun) | cause (verb) | caution | cautious | cave (noun) | cease (verb) | ceiling (noun) | celebrate (verb) | celebration (noun) | cell (noun) | cent (noun) | center (verb) | center (noun) | central (adjective) | century | ceremony (noun) | certain (adjective) | certainly (adverb) | certainty | chain (noun) | chain (verb) | chair (noun) | challenge (noun) | challenge (verb) | chamber (noun) | champion | championship | chance (noun) | change (verb) | change (noun) | channel (noun) | chaos | chapter (noun) | character (noun) | characteristic (adjective) | characteristic (noun) | charge (verb) | charge (noun) | charity (noun) | charm (noun) | charm (verb) | charming | chart (noun) | chart (verb) | chase (verb) | chase (noun) | chat (verb) | chat (noun) | cheap (adverb) | cheap (adjective) | cheat (verb) | check (verb) | check (noun) | cheek | cheerful | cheese (noun) | chef | chemical (noun) | chemical (adjective) | chemistry (noun) | chest | chew (verb) | chicken (noun) | chief (noun) | chief (adjective) | child (noun) | childhood (noun) | children | chilly | chin | chip (noun) | chocolate (noun) | choice (noun) | choke (verb) | choose (verb) | chop (verb) | Christmas (noun) | church (noun) | circle (noun) | circumstance (noun) | citation | citizen (noun) | city (noun) | civil (adjective) | claim (verb) | clap (noun) | clap (verb) | clarify | class (noun) | classic (noun) | classic (adjective) | classify (verb) | clause (noun) | clay (noun) | clean (adjective) | clean (verb) | clear (verb) | clear | clerk (noun) | clever (adjective) | click (verb) | click (noun) | cliff (noun) | climate (noun) | climate | climb (verb) | clinic | clock (noun) | close (adjective) | close (adverb) | close (verb) | closet (noun) | cloth (noun) | clothes (noun) | clothing | cloud (noun) | cloud (verb) | cloudy | club (noun) | coach (verb) | coach | coach (noun) | coach | coal (noun) | coal | coast (verb) | coast (noun) | coat (verb) | coat (noun) | cockpit | code (noun) | coffee (noun) | coherent | coin (noun) | cold | cold (adjective) | cold front | collapse (noun) | collapse (verb) | collar (noun) | collect (verb) | collection (noun) | college (noun) | color (noun) | color (verb) | column (noun) | comb (verb) | comb (noun) | combination (noun) | combine (verb) | come (verb) | comedy (noun) | comfort (verb) | comfort (noun) | comfortable (adjective) | command (verb) | command (noun) | comment (verb) | comment (noun) | commercial (adjective) | commission (noun) | commit (verb) | committee (noun) | common (adjective) | common-law | communicate (verb) | communication (noun) | community (noun) | community college | commute | commute | company (noun) | compare | comparison (noun) | compassion | compete (verb) | competition | competitive | complain (verb) | complaint (noun) | complete (adjective) | complete (verb) | completion (noun) | complex (adjective) | complicate (verb) | complicated (adjective) | component (noun) | compose (verb) | composition (noun) | compost (noun) | compost (verb) | compound (noun) | comprehensive (adjective) | compulsive | computer (noun) | concentrate (verb) | concentration (noun) | concept (noun) | concern (noun) | concern (verb) | concert (noun) | conclude (verb) | conclusion | concrete (adjective) | concrete (noun) | condition (noun) | conduct (verb) | conduct (noun) | conference (noun) | confidence | confident | confine (verb) | confirm (verb) | conflict (verb) | conflict (noun) | confuse (verb) | confusion | congress (noun) | conjunction (noun) | connect (verb) | connection (noun) | connection | conscience (noun) | conscious (adjective) | consent (verb) | consent (noun) | conservation | conservationist | conservative (noun) | conservative | consider (verb) | considerable (adjective) | consideration (noun) | consist (verb) | consistent (adjective) | constant (adjective) | constantly | constitution (noun) | construct (verb) | construction (noun) | consult (verb) | consumer | consumer goods | contact (noun) | contact (verb) | contagious | contain (verb) | container (noun) | contaminant | contamination | contemporary (adjective) | content (noun) | contentment | contest (noun) | context (noun) | continent (noun) | continually | continue (verb) | continuous (adjective) | continuously | contract | contrast (noun) | contrast | contribute (verb) | contribution (noun) | control (verb) | control (noun) | convenient (adjective) | conversation (noun) | convert (verb) | convince (verb) | cook (verb) | cook (noun) | cookie (noun) | cool (adjective) | cooperate (verb) | cooperation (noun) | cope (verb) | copy (noun) | copy (verb) | copyright (verb) | copyright (noun) | core (noun) | core (adjective) | corn (noun) | corner (noun) | corporate (adjective) | corporation (noun) | correct (verb) | correct (adjective) | correspond (verb) | cost | cost | cottage (noun) | cotton (noun) | cough | cough (verb) | could (verb) | council (noun) | count (noun) | count (verb) | country (noun) | couple (noun) | courage | ? courage | courageous | course | court | cousin | cover (verb) | cover (noun) | cover letter | cow (noun) | cowardly | crack (verb) | crack (noun) | craft (noun) | crash | crash | crazy (adjective) | cream (noun) | create (verb) | creative | creature (noun) | credit | credit (verb) | credit | crew (noun) | crime (noun) | criminal (adjective) | criminal (noun) | crisis (noun) | crisp (adjective) | cruel | crutch | curiosity | currency | custody | customs (plural noun) | cut | cynical |


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DA | dad | daily (adjective) | daily | dam (noun) | damage (noun) | damage (verb) | damages (plural) | damp (adjective) | dance (noun) | dance (verb) | danger (noun) | dangerous (adjective) | dare (noun) | dare (verb) | dark (noun) | dark (adjective) | data (noun) | date (noun) | date (verb) | daughter | dawn | day | dead (adjective) | deaf (adjective) | deal (verb) | deal (noun) | deal (noun) | dear (adjective) | death (noun) | death sentence | debate (noun) | debate (verb) | debt | decade | decay (verb) | decay (noun) | decide (verb) | decision (noun) | decisive | declare | declare (verb) | decline (verb) | decline (noun) | decongestant | decorate (verb) | decoration (noun) | decorative (adjective) | decrease (verb) | decrease (noun) | deep (adjective) | deep (adverb) | defeat | defeat (verb) | defend | defendant | defense | defense | defiance | deficit | define (verb) | definite (adjective) | definition (noun) | deforestation | degree | delay (noun) | delay (verb) | deliberate (adjective) | delicate (adjective) | delicious (adjective) | delight | delight (verb) | deliver (verb) | demand (noun) | demand (verb) | democracy (noun) | demonstrate (verb) | dental hygienist | dentist | deny (verb) | department (noun) | departure | depend (verb) | dependence | deposit | deposit | depress (verb) | depression | depression | depth (noun) | derive (verb) | describe (verb) | description (noun) | desert (noun) | desert (verb) | deserve (verb) | design (verb) | design (noun) | designer | desire | desire (verb) | desk (noun) | desperate (adjective) | despite (preposition) | destroy (verb) | destruction (noun) | detail (noun) | determine (verb) | determined | develop (verb) | developer | development (noun) | device (noun) | devote (verb) | diamond (noun) | diarrhea | diary (noun) | dictionary (noun) | die (verb) | diet (noun) | dietician | difference (noun) | different (adjective) | difficult (adjective) | difficulty (noun) | dig (verb) | dimension (noun) | dinner (noun) | dip (noun) | dip (verb) | direct (verb) | direct | direction (noun) | director (noun) | dirt | dirty (adjective) | disagree (verb) | disagreement (noun) | disappear (verb) | disappoint (verb) | disappointment | disapproval (noun) | disapprove (verb) | disaster (noun) | disc (noun) | discipline (noun) | discover (verb) | discovery (noun) | discuss (verb) | discussion (noun) | disease (noun) | disgust (verb) | disgust (noun) | dish (noun) | dishonest (adjective) | dislike | dislike (verb) | dismay | dismiss (verb) | display (verb) | display (noun) | disposable | dispute (verb) | dispute (noun) | disrespect (noun) | dissolve (verb) | distance (noun) | distant (adjective) | distinct (adjective) | distinguish (verb) | distress | distribute (verb) | distribution (noun) | district (noun) | district attorney | distrust (verb) | disturb (verb) | dive (verb) | dive (noun) | diversity | ? divide (noun) | divide (verb) | division (noun) | divorce (noun) | divorce (verb) | dizzy | do (verb) | do (verb) | doctor | document | dog (noun) | doll (noun) | dollar (noun) | domestic (adjective) | dominant (adjective) | dominate (verb) | domineering | door (noun) | dorm | dot (noun) | double (noun) | double (adjective) | double (verb) | double (adverb) | doubles (tennis) | doubt (noun) | doubt (verb) | down (adverb) | down (adjective) | down (preposition) | draft | dribble (verb, basketball) | dugout | dusk | duty-free |


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? e-mail (noun) | e-mail (verb) | each (pronoun) | each (adjective) | eager (adjective) | ear (noun) | earlier | earlobe | early (adjective) | early | earn (verb) | earth (noun) | ease (noun) | ease (verb) | east (noun) | east (adverb) | east (adjective) | easy (adverb) | easy (adjective) | easygoing | eat (verb) | ecology | economic (adjective) | economics | economist | economy | ecosystem | edge (noun) | edit | edition (noun) | editor | educate (verb) | education (noun) | effect (noun) | effective (adjective) | efficient (adjective) | effort (noun) | egg (noun) | either (pronoun) | either (conjunction) | either (adjective) | elastic (adjective) | elbow | elect (verb) | election (noun) | electric (adjective) | electrician | electricity (noun) | electronic (adjective) | element (noun) | else (adjective) | else (adverb) | elsewhere (adverb) | embarrass (verb) | embarrassment | emerge (verb) | emergency (noun) | emission | emotion (noun) | emotional | emphasis (noun) | emphasize (verb) | empire (noun) | employ (verb) | employee | employer | employment (noun) | empty (verb) | empty (adjective) | enable (verb) | encounter (verb) | encourage (verb) | end (verb) | end (noun) | endangered | enemy (noun) | energy | energy (noun) | engage (verb) | engaged (adjective) | engine (noun) | engineer | English (noun) | English (adjective) | enjoy (verb) | enjoyment (noun) | enormous (adjective) | enough (adjective) | enough (pronoun) | enough (adverb) | enroll | ensure (verb) | enter (verb) | entertain (verb) | entertainment (noun) | enthusiasm | enthusiastic | entire (adjective) | entrance (noun) | entry (noun) | envelope (noun) | environment (noun) | environment | environmentalist | envy | envy (verb) | equal (noun) | equal (adjective) | equal (verb) | equipment | equivalent (adjective) | equivalent (noun) | erase (verb) | erosion | error (noun) | escape (verb) | escape (noun) | especially (adverb) | essay | essential (adjective) | establish (verb) | estate (noun) | estimate (verb) | estimate (noun) | ethnic (adjective) | evaluate (verb) | even (verb) | even (adjective) | even (adverb) | evening | event (noun) | eventually | ever | every (adjective) | every day | everybody (pronoun) | everyday (adjective) | everyone (pronoun) | everything (pronoun) | everywhere (adverb) | evidence | evident (adjective) | evil (adjective) | evil (noun) | ex | exact (adjective) | exactly (adverb) | exaggerate (verb) | exam | examination (noun) | examine (verb) | example (noun) | exceed (verb) | excellent (adjective) | except (conjunction) | except (preposition) | exception (noun) | excess (noun) | excess (adjective) | exchange (noun) | exchange (verb) | excite (verb) | excitement | exclude (verb) | excuse (verb) | excuse (noun) | executive (noun) | executive (adjective) | exercise (noun) | exercise (verb) | extinct | extinction | extroverted | eyebrow | eyelash | eyelid |


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? fabric (noun) | face (verb) | face | fact (noun) | factor (noun) | factory (noun) | faculty | fail | failure (noun) | faint (adjective) | faint (verb) | fair (adjective) | fair (noun) | faith (noun) | fake (adjective) | fake (verb) | fake (noun) | fall (verb) | fall | false (adjective) | fame (noun) | familiar (adjective) | family (adjective) | family (noun) | famous (adjective) | fan | fan (noun) | fancy (adjective) | far (adjective) | far (adverb) | farm (noun) | farmer | fashion (noun) | fast (adjective) | fast (adverb) | fasten (verb) | fat (noun) | fat (adjective) | fate (noun) | father | father-in-law | fault (noun) | favor (verb) | favor (noun) | favorite (adjective) | favorite (noun) | fear | fear (verb) | fearful | feather (noun) | feature (verb) | feature (noun) | federal (adjective) | fee (noun) | feed (verb) | feel (verb) | feel (noun) | feeling (noun) | fellow (noun) | felon | felony | female (adjective) | female (noun) | fence (noun) | festival (noun) | fever | few (adjective) | few (pronoun) | fiancé | ? fiancée | fiber (noun) | field (noun) | field goal | fierce (adjective) | fight (noun) | fight (verb) | figure (noun) | figure (verb) | fill (verb) | film (noun) | filmmaker | final (adjective) | finally | finance | finance (verb) | financial (adjective) | financial aid | find (verb) | fine (verb) | fine (adjective) | ? fine (noun) | fine (adverb) | finger | finish (verb) | finish line | fire | fire (noun) | firm (adjective) | firm (noun) | first (adjective) | first (pronoun) | first (noun) | first | first aid | first class (noun) | fiscal | fish (noun) | fisherman | fit (adjective) | fit (verb) | fix (verb) | flag (noun) | flame (noun) | flash (verb) | flash (noun) | flat (adjective) | flavor (noun) | flavor (verb) | flesh (noun) | flexible (adjective) | ? flextime | flight (noun) | flight attendant | flight attendant | flight deck | float (verb) | flood (verb) | flood (noun) | floor (noun) | flour (noun) | flow (noun) | flow (verb) | flower (noun) | flower (verb) | flu | fluid (noun) | fluid (adjective) | flurries | fly (verb) | focus (verb) | focus (noun) | fog | fold (noun) | fold (verb) | football | footnote | forearm | forecast | forecast | forehand | forehead | forever | formerly | fossil fuel | frank | fraternity | fraud | free throw | frequently | friendly | frustration | full-time | fun | funny | furniture | fury |


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gain (noun) | gain (verb) | gallon (noun) | game (noun) | gap (noun) | garage (noun) | garbage | garden (noun) | gas (noun) | gate (noun) | gate | gather (verb) | gay (adjective) | gear (noun) | gender (noun) | gene (noun) | general (adjective) | generally (adverb) | generate (verb) | generation (noun) | generosity | generous | gentle | gentleman (noun) | genuine (adjective) | geography (noun) | geothermal | get (verb) | giant (noun) | giant (adjective) | gift (noun) | girl (noun) | give (verb) | glad (adjective) | glass (noun) | global | global warming | global warming | glory (noun) | glove (noun) | glow (noun) | glow (verb) | glue (noun) | glue (verb) | go (verb) | goal | goal (noun) | goal line | goalkeeper | goalpost | god (noun) | gold (noun) | golden (adjective) | good (noun) | good (adjective) | goodbye (interjection) | govern (verb) | government (noun) | governor (noun) | GPA | grab (verb) | graceful (adjective) | grade (noun) | gradual (adjective) | graduate | graduate | grain (noun) | grammar (noun) | grand (adjective) | grand slam | grandchild | granddaughter (noun) | granddaughter | grandfather | grandmother | grandparent | grandson | grant (verb) | grant (noun) | grass (noun) | grateful (adjective) | grave (noun) | gravity (noun) | gray (adjective) | gray (noun) | great (adjective) | greed | greedy | green (noun) | green (adjective) | green (adjective) | greenhouse effect | greet (verb) | gregarious | grief | grind (verb) | grocery (noun) | groom (noun) | groove (noun) | ground (noun) | groundwater | group (noun) | grow (verb) | guarantee (verb) | guarantee (noun) | guard (noun) | guard (verb) | guardian | guess (verb) | guess (noun) | guest (noun) | guide (noun) | guilt | guilty | gullible | gum | gun (noun) | gust | guy (noun) |


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? habit (noun) | habitat | hail | hair (noun) | half (adjective) | half (noun) | half (adverb) | half (pronoun) | half time | hammer (noun) | hand (noun) | hand (verb) | handle (verb) | handle (noun) | handsome (adjective) | handwriting (noun) | hang (verb) | happen (verb) | happy | harbor (noun) | hard (adverb) | hard (adjective) | hardly (adverb) | hardware (noun) | harm (verb) | harm (noun) | harsh (adjective) | harvest (noun) | hat (noun) | hat trick | hatch (verb) | hatch (noun) | hate | hate (verb) | hatred | have (verb) | hazy | he (pronoun) | head (noun) | head (verb) | headache | heal (verb) | health (noun) | healthy (adjective) | hear (verb) | hearing (noun) | heart (noun) | heat | heat (verb) | heaven (noun) | heavy (adjective) | heel | height (noun) | hell (noun) | hello (noun) | help (verb) | help (noun) | helpful (adjective) | hence (adverb) | her (adjective) | her (pronoun) | herbicide | here (adverb) | hero (noun) | hers (pronoun) | herself (pronoun) | hesitate (verb) | hide (verb) | high (adverb) | high (adjective) | high-pressure | highlight (noun) | highlight (verb) | highway (noun) | hill (noun) | him (pronoun) | himself (pronoun) | hint (verb) | hint (noun) | hip | hire (verb) | hire (noun) | his (adjective) | his (pronoun) | historical (adjective) | history (noun) | hit (noun) | hit (verb) | hives | hobby (noun) | hockey | hold (verb) | hold (noun) | hole (noun) | holiday (noun) | hollow (adjective) | holy (adjective) | home (noun) | home (adverb) | home plate (baseball) | home run (baseball) | homework | honest | honesty (noun) | honor (verb) | honor (noun) | hook (noun) | hook (verb) | hop (verb) | hop (noun) | hope | hope (verb) | hopeful (adjective) | horizontal (adjective) | horn (noun) | horror | horse (noun) | hose (noun) | hospital (noun) | host (noun) | host (verb) | hostility | hot (adjective) | hotel (noun) | hour | hourly | house (noun) | household (noun) | housework | how (adverb) | how (conjunction) | however (conjunction) | however (adverb) | hug (verb) | huge (adjective) | humid | humidity | hurricane | husband |


(E?)(L?) http://www.learnersdictionary.com/3000-words/alpha/i

? I (pronoun) | ice (noun) | idea (noun) | ideal (noun) | ideal (adjective) | identical (adjective) | identification (noun) | identify (verb) | identity (noun) | if (conjunction) | ignore (verb) | ill (adjective) | ill (adverb) | illegal | illness (noun) | illustrate (verb) | image (noun) | imaginary (adjective) | imagination (noun) | imaginative | imagine (verb) | imitate (verb) | immediate (adjective) | immigrant (noun) | immoral (adjective) | impact (noun) | impatience | impatient | import (noun) | import (verb) | importance (noun) | important (adjective) | impossible (adjective) | impress (verb) | impression (noun) | impressive (adjective) | improve (verb) | improvement (noun) | impulsive | in (preposition) | in (adverb) | inch (noun) | incident (noun) | include (verb) | income (noun) | increase (verb) | increase (noun) | indeed (adverb) | independence (noun) | independent | index (noun) | index finger | indicate (verb) | indict | indictment | indigestion | individual (noun) | individual (adjective) | industrial (adjective) | industry (noun) | inevitable (adjective) | infant (noun) | infect (verb) | infection | infield (baseball) | inflation | influence (verb) | influence (noun) | influenza | inform (verb) | informal (adjective) | information | infrequently | ingredient (noun) | initial (noun) | initial (adjective) | initiative (noun) | injection | injure (verb) | injury | ink (noun) | inmate | inner (adjective) | inning (baseball) | innocent (adjective) | insect (noun) | insert (verb) | inside (noun) | inside (adverb) | inside (adjective) | inside (preposition) | insist (verb) | inspect (verb) | install (verb) | instance (noun) | instant | instant (adjective) | instead (adverb) | institute (noun) | institution (noun) | instruction (noun) | instructor | instrument (noun) | insult (verb) | insult (noun) | insurance (noun) | intellectual property | intelligence (noun) | intelligent | intend (verb) | intense (adjective) | intention (noun) | interest (verb) | interest | interested (adjective) | interesting (adjective) | interior (adjective) | interior (noun) | interjection (noun) | internal (adjective) | international | Internet (noun) | interpret (verb) | interrupt (verb) | interval (noun) | interview (verb) | interview (noun) | interview | into (preposition) | introduce (verb) | introduction | introverted | invade (verb) | invent (verb) | invention (noun) | invest | investigate (verb) | investment | itinerary |


(E?)(L?) http://www.learnersdictionary.com/3000-words/alpha/j

jacket (noun) | jail (noun) | jam (verb) | jar (noun) | jaw | jealous (adjective) | jealousy | jelly (noun) | jet (noun) | jet engine | jet lag | jewel (noun) | jeweler | jewelry | job | join (verb) | joint (noun) | joint (adjective) | joke (verb) | joke (noun) | journal (noun) | journey (noun) | joy | judge | judge | judge (verb) | judgment (noun) | juice (noun) | | jump (verb) | jump (noun) | jump shot (basketball) | junior (noun) | junior (adjective) | jurisdiction | juror | jury | just (adverb) | just (adjective) | justice |


(E?)(L?) http://www.learnersdictionary.com/3000-words/alpha/k

keen (adjective) | keep (verb) | key (noun) | key (adjective) | kick (verb) | kick (noun) | kickoff | kid (noun) | kill (verb) | kind (adjective) | kind (noun) | kindness | king (noun) | kingdom (noun) | kiss (verb) | kiss (noun) | kitchen (noun) | knee | kneel (verb) | knife (noun) | knit (verb) | knock (verb) | knock (noun) | knot (noun) | know (verb) | knowledge (noun) | knuckle |


(E?)(L?) http://www.learnersdictionary.com/3000-words/alpha/l

label (verb) | label (noun) | labor (noun) | labor (verb) | laboratory (noun) | lack (noun) | lack (verb) | ladder (noun) | lady (noun) | lake (noun) | lamp (noun) | land (noun) | land (verb) | landfill | landing | landlord | lane (noun) | language (noun) | large (adjective) | last (adjective) | last (verb) | last | last (pronoun) | late | late (adjective) | lately | later | latter (adjective) | laugh (noun) | laugh (verb) | launch (verb) | launch (noun) | lavatory | law (noun) | lawyer | lawyer | lay (verb) | lay up (basketball) | layer (noun) | layoff | lazy | lead (verb) | lead (noun) | leader (noun) | leaf (noun) | league | league (noun) | leak (noun) | leak (verb) | lean (verb) | learn (verb) | least (adjective) | least (noun) | least (adverb) | leather (noun) | leave (verb) | lecture | left (adjective) | left (adverb) | left (noun) | leg | leg (noun) | legal | lemon (noun) | lend (verb) | length (noun) | less (adverb) | less (adjective) | less (pronoun) | lesson (noun) | let (verb) | letter (noun) | level (verb) | level (noun) | level (adjective) | liberal (adjective) | liberal (noun) | liberty (noun) | library (noun) | license (noun) | lid (noun) | lie (verb) | lie (noun) | lie (verb) | life (noun) | life sentence | lift (verb) | lift (noun) | light (adjective) | light (verb) | light (adjective) | light (noun) | lightning | like (preposition) | like (verb) | like (conjunction) | likely (adjective) | limit (noun) | limit (verb) | line (verb) | line (noun) | link (verb) | link (noun) | lip | liquid (noun) | liquid (adjective) | list (verb) | list (noun) | listen (verb) | literary (adjective) | literature (noun) | litigate | little (pronoun) | little (adjective) | little (adverb) | live (adjective) | live (verb) | live (adverb) | load (verb) | load (noun) | loaf (noun) | loan | loan | local (adjective) | locate (verb) | location (noun) | lock (verb) | lock (noun) | locker room | logic (noun) | logical (adjective) | loneliness | lonely (adjective) | long (adverb) | long (adjective) | longing | look (verb) | loose (adjective) | lord (noun) | lose (verb) | loss | lost (adjective) | lot (noun) | loud (adjective) | love (verb) | love | lovely (adjective) | low (adjective) | low (adverb) | lower (adjective) | lower (verb) | loyal | luck | lucky (adjective) | luggage | luggage | lump (noun) | lunch (noun) | lung (noun) | lust |


(E?)(L?) http://www.learnersdictionary.com/3000-words/alpha/m

machine (noun) | mad (adjective) | magazine (noun) | magic (adjective) | magic (noun) | mail | mail (verb) | main (adjective) | maintain (verb) | major | major (adjective) | majority (noun) | make (verb) | male (noun) | male (adjective) | malice | man (noun) | manage (verb) | management (noun) | manager | manner (noun) | manufacture (verb) | many (adjective) | many (pronoun) | map (noun) | march (verb) | march (noun) | margin (noun) | mark (verb) | mark (noun) | market | marriage (noun) | marry (verb) | mass (noun) | master (noun) | master's degree | match (verb) | match (noun) | mate (noun) | material (noun) | mathematics (noun) | matriculate | matter (noun) | matter (verb) | maximum (noun) | maximum (adjective) | may (verb) | maybe (adverb) | mayor (noun) | me (pronoun) | meal (noun) | mean (verb) | mean | meaning (noun) | means (noun) | meanwhile (adverb) | measure (noun) | measure (verb) | measurement (noun) | meat (noun) | mechanic | mechanical (adjective) | mechanism (noun) | media (noun) | mediation | medical (adjective) | medication | medicine (noun) | medium (adjective) | medium (noun) | meet (verb) | meeting (noun) | melt (verb) | member (noun) | membership (noun) | memory (noun) | mental (adjective) | mention (verb) | menu (noun) | mercy (noun) | mere (adjective) | merely (adverb) | merry (adjective) | mess (noun) | message (noun) | metal (noun) | metaphor | meter (noun) | methane | method (noun) | middle (adjective) | middle (noun) | midnight | might (verb) | mild (adjective) | mile (noun) | military (noun) | military (adjective) | milk (noun) | mill (noun) | mind (verb) | mind (noun) | mine (pronoun) | mine (noun) | mineral (noun) | minimum (noun) | minimum (adjective) | minimum wage | minister (noun) | minor (adjective) | minority (noun) | minute (noun) | minute | miracle (noun) | mirror (noun) | misery | miss (verb) | miss (noun) | mission (noun) | mistake (noun) | mistake (verb) | mix (noun) | mix (verb) | mixture (noun) | mobile (adjective) | mode (noun) | model (noun) | moderate (adjective) | modern (adjective) | modest | mom | moment | money (noun) | monitor (verb) | monitor (noun) | month | monthly | mood (noun) | moody | moon (noun) | moral (adjective) | more (pronoun) | more (adverb) | more (adjective) | morning | most (pronoun) | most (adjective) | most (adverb) | most (noun) | mostly (adverb) | mother | mother-in-law | motion (noun) | motor (noun) | mount (verb) | mountain (noun) | mouse (noun) | mouth | move (verb) | move (noun) | movement (noun) | movie (noun) | much (adjective) | much (pronoun) | much (adverb) | mud (noun) | muggy | multiply (verb) | murder (verb) | murder (noun) | muscle | museum (noun) | music (noun) | musical (adjective) | musician | must (verb) | mustache | mutual (adjective) | my (adjective) | myself (pronoun) | mysterious (adjective) | mystery (noun) |


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nail (verb) | nail | naked (adjective) | name (noun) | name (verb) | narrow (adjective) | nation (noun) | national (adjective) | native (adjective) | native (noun) | natural (adjective) | naturally (adverb) | nature (noun) | nausea | navy (noun) | near (adjective) | near (preposition) | near (adverb) | nearby (adjective) | nearly (adverb) | neat (adjective) | necessary (adjective) | neck | need (noun) | need (verb) | needle (noun) | negative (adjective) | negligence | negligent | neighbor (noun) | neighborhood (noun) | neither (pronoun) | neither (adjective) | nephew | nerve (noun) | nervous | nest (noun) | net (noun) | network (noun) | neutral (adjective) | never (adverb) | nevertheless (adverb) | new (adjective) | newly (adverb) | news | newspaper (noun) | next (adjective) | next | next (pronoun) | nice | niece | night (noun) | night | no (adjective) | no (adverb) | no one (pronoun) | nobody (pronoun) | noise (noun) | noisy (adjective) | none (pronoun) | noon | nor (conjunction) | normal (adjective) | normally | nostril | notary public | notebook | notes | now | nuclear energy | nurse | nutritionist |


(E?)(L?) http://www.learnersdictionary.com/3000-words/alpha/o

o'clock (adverb) | oath | obey (verb) | object (noun) | object (verb) | objection (noun) | objective (adjective) | objective (noun) | observation (noun) | observe (verb) | obsessive | obtain (verb) | obvious (adjective) | occasion (noun) | occasionally | occupation (noun) | occupy (verb) | occur (verb) | ocean (noun) | October (noun) | odd (adjective) | odor (noun) | of (preposition) | off (adverb) | off (preposition) | offend (verb) | offense (noun) | offense (noun [sense 3]) | offensive (adjective) | offer (verb) | offer (noun) | office (noun) | officer (noun) | official (adjective) | often | oh (interjection) | oil (noun) | OK (adjective) | OK (adverb) | old (adjective) | old-fashioned (adjective) | on (adjective) | on (preposition) | on (adverb) | once (adverb) | once (noun) | one (adjective) | one (noun) | one (pronoun) | one-way | oneself (pronoun) | only (adverb) | only (adjective) | onto (preposition) | open (verb) | open (noun) | open (adjective) | opening (noun) | operate (verb) | operation (noun) | opinion (noun) | opponent | opponent (noun) | opportunity (noun) | oppose (verb) | opposite (noun) | opposite (adverb) | opposite (preposition) | opposite (adjective) | opposition (noun) | optician | optimism | optimistic | option (noun) | or (conjunction) | orange (noun) | order (verb) | order (noun) | ordinary (adjective) | organ (noun) | organic | organization (noun) | organize (verb) | origin (noun) | original (adjective) | original (noun) | originally (adverb) | other (pronoun) | other (adjective) | otherwise (adverb) | ought (verb) | ounce (noun) | our (adjective) | ours (pronoun) | ourselves (pronoun) | out (adverb) | outcome (noun) | outdoors (adverb) | outdoors (noun) | outfield | outgoing | overbook | overcast | oxygen mask | ozone layer |


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? p.m. (abbreviation) | pace (noun) | pack (verb) | pack (noun) | package (noun) | pad (noun) | page (noun) | pain | painful | paint (verb) | paint (noun) | painter | painting (noun) | pair (noun) | pale (adjective) | palm | pan (noun) | panel (noun) | panic | pants (noun) | paper (noun) | parade (noun) | paragraph | parallel (adjective) | paraphrase | paraphrase | parent | park (verb) | park (noun) | parliament (noun) | part (noun) | part-time | participate (verb) | particle (noun) | particular (adjective) | partly (adverb) | partner | party (noun) | pass | passage (noun) | passenger (noun) | passion (noun) | passport | past (noun) | past (adverb) | past (preposition) | past (adjective) | paste (noun) | pat (verb) | patch (noun) | patent (noun) | patent (verb) | path (noun) | patience | patience | patient (noun) | patient | pattern (noun) | pause (verb) | pause | pay (noun) | pay (verb) | payment (noun) | peace (noun) | peaceful (adjective) | peak (noun) | peel (noun) | peel (verb) | pen (noun) | pen (noun) | penalty | penalty (noun) | pencil (noun) | penis | penny (noun) | people (noun) | pepper (noun) | per (preposition) | percent (noun) | perfect (adjective) | perform (verb) | performance (noun) | performer (noun) | perfume (noun) | perhaps (adverb) | period (noun) | permanent (adjective) | permission | permit (verb) | persistent | person (noun) | personal (adjective) | personality (noun) | personally (adverb) | persuade (verb) | pessimism | pessimistic | pest (noun) | pesticide | pet (noun) | petal (noun) | petroleum | pharmacist | phase | PhD | philosophy (noun) | phone (noun) | phone (verb) | photograph (noun) | photograph (verb) | photographer | photography (noun) | phrase (noun) | physical (adjective) | physician | physician's assistant | physics (noun) | piano (noun) | pick (verb) | picture (noun) | piece (noun) | pig (noun) | pile (verb) | pile (noun) | pill (noun) | pilot | pilot (noun) | pin (verb) | pin (noun) | pink (noun) | pink (adjective) | pinkie | pipe (noun) | pitch (noun) | pitch (verb) | | pity | place (noun) | place (verb) | plain (adjective) | plan (noun) | plan (verb) | planet (noun) | plant (noun) | plant (verb) | plastic (adjective) | plastic (noun) | plate (noun) | platform (noun) | play (verb) | play (noun) | player (noun) | plea | plea bargaining | pleasant (adjective) | please (adverb) | please (verb) | pleasure | plenty (pronoun) | plot (noun) | plumber | plus (preposition) | plus (noun) | plus (adjective) | pocket (noun) | poem (noun) | poetry (noun) | point (verb) | point (noun) | poison (verb) | poison (noun) | poisonous (adjective) | pole (noun) | pole (noun) | police (noun) | police officer | policy (noun) | polish (verb) | polish (noun) | polite (adjective) | political (adjective) | politician | politics (noun) | pollutant | pollution | pollution | pollution | pompous | pond (noun) | pool (noun) | poor (adjective) | pop (verb) | popular (adjective) | population (noun) | port (noun) | portion (noun) | pose (verb) | pose (noun) | position (noun) | positive (adjective) | possess (verb) | possession (noun) | possibility (noun) | possible (adjective) | possibly (adverb) | post (noun) | post (noun) | post (verb) | post (noun) | postage (noun) | postgraduate | pot (noun) | potato (noun) | potential (noun) | potential (adjective) | pound (noun) | pour | poverty (noun) | power (noun) | power of attorney | powerful (adjective) | practical | practice (verb) | practice (noun) | praise (verb) | praise (noun) | pray (verb) | prayer (noun) | precipitation | precise | predict (verb) | prefer (verb) | preference (noun) | pregnant (adjective) | prejudice (verb) | prejudice (noun) | premise (noun) | preparation (noun) | prepare (verb) | preposition (noun) | prerequisite | prescribe | prescription | preseason | presence (noun) | present (noun) | present (verb) | present (noun) | present (adjective) | preserve (verb) | president (noun) | press (verb) | press (noun) | pressure (noun) | pretend (verb) | pretty (adjective) | pretty (adverb) | prevent (verb) | previous (adjective) | previously | price (noun) | pride | priest (noun) | primary (adjective) | prime minister (noun) | prince (noun) | princess (noun) | principal (adjective) | principle (noun) | print (verb) | print (noun) | prior (adjective) | prison | prisoner | private (adjective) | privilege (noun) | prize (noun) | pro (noun) | probable (adjective) | probably (adverb) | probation | probation officer | problem (noun) | procedure (noun) | proceed (verb) | professor | professor | profit | profit | programmer | progress | promotion | propeller | property | prosecute | prosecutor | psychologist | puck (hockey) | pupil |


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qualification (noun) | qualify (verb) | quality (noun) | quantity (noun) | quarter (noun) | quarterback | quarterly | queen (noun) | question (verb) | question (noun) | quick (adverb) | quick (adjective) | quiet (adjective) | quit (verb) | quite (adverb) | quiz | quotation | quote (noun) | quote (verb) |


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race (verb) | race (noun) | race (noun) | racial (adjective) | radiation | radical (adjective) | radio (noun) | rage | rail (noun) | railroad (noun) | rain | rain | rain forest | raise (verb) | raise | range (noun) | rank (noun) | rank (verb) | rapid (adjective) | rare (adjective) | rarely | rash | rate (noun) | rate (verb) | rather (adverb) | ratio (noun) | rational | raw (adjective) | reach (verb) | react (verb) | reaction (noun) | read (verb) | reader (noun) | reading (noun) | ready (adjective) | real (adjective) | realistic (adjective) | reality (noun) | realize (verb) | really (adverb) | rear (noun) | rear (adjective) | reason (noun) | reasonable (adjective) | reasonably (adverb) | recall (verb) | receive (verb) | recent (adjective) | recently | reception (noun) | receptionist | recession | recognition (noun) | recognize (verb) | recommend (verb) | record (verb) | record (noun) | recover (verb) | recreational | recycle | red (adjective) | red (noun) | reduce (verb) | reduction (noun) | refer (verb) | referee | reference | reflect (verb) | reform (noun) | reform (verb) | refrigerator (noun) | refuse (verb) | regard (noun) | region (noun) | register | register (noun) | regret (noun) | regret (verb) | regular (adjective) | regulation (noun) | reject (verb) | relate (verb) | relation (noun) | relationship (noun) | relative (adjective) | relative (noun) | relax (verb) | release (verb) | release (noun) | relevant (adjective) | red (adjective) | red (noun) | reduce (verb) | reduction (noun) | refer (verb) | referee | reference | reflect (verb) | reform (noun) | reform (verb) | refrigerator (noun) | refuse (verb) | regard (noun) | region (noun) | register | register (noun) | regret (noun) | regret (verb) | regular (adjective) | regulation (noun) | reject (verb) | relate (verb) | relation (noun) | relationship (noun) | relative (adjective) | relative (noun) | relax (verb) | release (verb) | release (noun) | relevant (adjective) | reliable | relief | relief (noun) | relieve (verb) | religion (noun) | religious (adjective) | rely (verb) | remain (verb) | remark (noun) | remarkable (adjective) | remember (verb) | remind (verb) | remove (verb) | renewable | rent (noun) | rent (verb) | repair (noun) | repair (verb) | repeat (verb) | replace (verb) | reply (noun) | reply (verb) | report (verb) | report (noun) | represent (verb) | representative (noun) | representative (adjective) | reproduce (verb) | republic (noun) | reputation (noun) | request (verb) | request (noun) | require (verb) | requirement (noun) | rescue (verb) | rescue (noun) | research | research | research | research | reserve (verb) | reserve (noun) | reserved | resident (noun) | resign (verb) | resist (verb) | resistance (noun) | resolve (verb) | resource (noun) | respect (noun) | respect (verb) | respond (verb) | response (noun) | responsibility (noun) | responsible (adjective) | rest (verb) | rest (noun) | rest (noun) | restaurant (noun) | restore (verb) | restraining order | restrict (verb) | result (noun) | result (verb) | retain (verb) | retire (verb) | retirement (noun) | return (verb) | return (noun) | reveal (verb) | reverse (noun) | reverse (adjective) | reverse (verb) | review (verb) | review (noun) | revise (verb) | revision (noun) | revolution (noun) | reward (noun) | reward (verb) | room and board | roommate | round trip | runway | ruthless | resume |


(E?)(L?) http://www.learnersdictionary.com/3000-words/alpha/s

? sacrifice (noun) | sacrifice (verb) | sad (adjective) | sadness | safe (adjective) | safety (noun) | sail (noun) | sail (verb) | sake (noun) | salad (noun) | salary | sale (noun) | salesman | salesperson | saleswoman | salt (noun) | same (pronoun) | same (adjective) | sample (noun) | sand (noun) | sandwich (noun) | sarcastic | satisfaction | satisfy (verb) | sauce (noun) | save (verb) | savings | say (verb) | scale (noun) | scalp | scare (noun) | scare (verb) | scene (noun) | scenery | schedule (verb) | schedule (noun) | scheme (noun) | school (noun) | science (noun) | scientific (adjective) | scientist (noun) | scissors (noun) | scope | score (verb) | score (noun) | score (noun) | score (verb) | scoreboard | scorn | scratch (verb) | scratch (noun) | scream (noun) | scream (verb) | screen (noun) | screw (noun) | screw (verb) | sea (noun) | seal (verb) | seal (noun) | search (noun) | search (verb) | season (noun) | seat (noun) | seat belt | second (noun) | second (adverb) | second | second (adjective) | secondary (adjective) | secret (adjective) | secret (noun) | secretary | secretive | section (noun) | secure (adjective) | security | security (noun) | see (verb) | seed (noun) | seek (verb) | seem (verb) | seize (verb) | seldom | select (verb) | selection (noun) | self (noun) | self-centered | selfish | sell (verb) | semester | semi-annually | semifinal | senate (noun) | send (verb) | senior (adjective) | senior (noun) | sense (verb) | sense (noun) | sensible | sensitive | sentence (noun) | sentence (verb) | separate (verb) | separate (adjective) | separation (noun) | series (noun) | serious | servant (noun) | serve (verb) | serve | service (noun) | session (noun) | set (verb) | settle (verb) | several (adjective) | severe (adjective) | sew (verb) | sexual (adjective) | shade (noun) | shadow (noun) | shake (verb) | shake (noun) | shall (verb) | shallow (adjective) | shame | shape (verb) | shape (noun) | share (verb) | share (noun) | sharp (adjective) | shave (verb) | she (pronoun) | sheep (noun) | sheet (noun) | shelf (noun) | shell (noun) | shelter (verb) | shelter (noun) | shift (noun) | shift (verb) | shin | shine (verb) | shine (noun) | ship (verb) | ship (noun) | shirt (noun) | shock (noun) | shock (verb) | shoe (noun) | shoot (verb) | shop (verb) | shop (noun) | shore (noun) | short (adjective) | shot | should (verb) | shoulder | shout (noun) | shout (verb) | show (noun) | show (verb) | shower | shut (verb) | shy | sick (adjective) | sick leave | side (noun) | sideburns | sight (noun) | sign (noun) | sign (verb) | signal (verb) | signal (noun) | signature (noun) | significant (adjective) | silence (noun) | silent (adjective) | silk (noun) | silly (adjective) | silver (adjective) | silver (noun) | similar (adjective) | simple (adjective) | sin (noun) | since (adverb) | since (preposition) | since (conjunction) | sincere | sing (verb) | singer | single (adjective) | singles (tennis) | sink (verb) | sir (noun) | sister | sister-in-law | sit (verb) | site (noun) | situation (noun) | size (noun) | skill (noun) | skin (noun) | skirt (noun) | sky (noun) | slang | slap (verb) | slap (noun) | sleep (verb) | sleep (noun) | sleeve (noun) | slice (noun) | slice (verb) | slide (verb) | slight (adjective) | slip (verb) | slip (noun) | slope (noun) | slope (verb) | slow (adjective) | small (adjective) | smart (adjective) | smell (verb) | smell (noun) | smile (noun) | smile (verb) | smog | smog | smoke (verb) | smoke | smooth (adjective) | smooth (verb) | snake (noun) | sneeze | snow | snow | so (pronoun) | so (adverb) | so (conjunction) | so-called (adjective) | soap (noun) | soccer | soccer | sociable | social (adjective) | society (noun) | sock (noun) | soft (adjective) | software | soil (noun) | solar | soldier (noun) | solid (adjective) | solution (noun) | solve (verb) | some (adjective) | some (pronoun) | somebody (pronoun) | somehow (adverb) | someone (pronoun) | something (pronoun) | sometimes | somewhat (adverb) | somewhere (adverb) | son | song (noun) | soon | sore | sore | sorority | sorrow | sorry (adjective) | sort (noun) | sort (verb) | soul (noun) | sound (noun) | sound (verb) | soup (noun) | sour (adjective) | source | south (noun) | south (adjective) | south (adverb) | southern (adjective) | space (noun) | spare (verb) | spare (noun) | spare (adjective) | speak (verb) | speaker (noun) | special (adjective) | specific (adjective) | specify (verb) | spectator sport | speech (noun) | speed (noun) | spell (verb) | spend (verb) | spending | spice (noun) | spicy (adjective) | spill (verb) | spin (verb) | spirit (noun) | spiritual (adjective) | spite (noun) | splint | split (noun) | split (verb) | spoil (verb) | spoon (noun) | sport (noun) | sportmanship | sportscaster | spot (noun) | sprain | spray (verb) | spray (noun) | spread (verb) | spring | spring break | square (noun) | square (adjective) | squeeze (verb) | stable (noun) | stable (adjective) | stadium | staff (noun) | stage (noun) | stair (noun) | stamp (noun) | stamp (verb) | stand (noun) | stand (verb) | standard (adjective) | standard (noun) | standby (adjective) | star (noun) | stare (noun) | stare (verb) | start (verb) | start (noun) | state (noun) | state (verb) | statement (noun) | station (noun) | statue (noun) | status (noun) | statute | stay (verb) | steady (adjective) | steal (verb) | steam (noun) | steel (noun) | steep (adjective) | steer (verb) | stem (noun) | step (verb) | step (noun) | stepfather | stepmother | stick (noun) | stick (verb) | sticky (adjective) | stiff (adjective) | still (adjective) | still | sting (verb) | sting (noun) | stir (verb) | stitch (noun) | stitch (verb) | stock | stock (noun) | stock market | stomach | stone (noun) | stop (noun) | stop (verb) | stopover | storage (noun) | store (verb) | store (noun) | storm | story (noun) | stove (noun) | straight (adjective) | straight (adverb) | strain (noun) | strange (adjective) | stranger (noun) | strap (noun) | strategy (noun) | stream (noun) | street (noun) | strength (noun) | strengthen (verb) | stress (noun) | stress (verb) | stretch (verb) | strict (adjective) | strike (verb) | strike (noun) | strike (noun [meaning 4]) | string (noun) | strip (noun) | stripe (noun) | stroke (verb) | stroke (noun) | strong (adjective) | structure | struggle (verb) | struggle (noun) | stubborn | student (noun) | study (noun) | study (verb) | stuff | stupid (adjective) | style | subject (noun) | submit (verb) | substance (noun) | substantial (adjective) | substitute (verb) | substitute (noun) | succeed (verb) | success (noun) | successful (adjective) | such (pronoun) | such (adverb) | such (adjective) | suck (verb) | sudden (adjective) | sue | suffer (verb) | sufficient (adjective) | sugar (noun) | suggest (verb) | suggestion (noun) | suit (verb) | suit (noun) | suitable (adjective) | sum (verb) | sum (noun) | summary | summer | sunny | sunshine | superficial | support | surgeon | sustainable | syllabus | sympathy |


(E?)(L?) http://www.learnersdictionary.com/3000-words/alpha/t

table (noun) | tactful | tactless | tail (noun) | take (verb) | takeoff | talent (noun) | talk (verb) | talk (noun) | tall (adjective) | tank (noun) | tap (noun) | tap (verb) | tape (noun) | target (noun) | task (noun) | taste (verb) | taste (noun) | tax | tax | taxi (verb) | tea (noun) | teach (verb) | teacher | team (noun) | teammate | tear (verb) | tear (noun) | technical (adjective) | technique (noun) | ? technology (noun) | telephone (noun) | television (noun) | tell (verb) | temper (noun) | temperature | temple (noun) | temporary (adjective) | tempt (verb) | tenant | tend (verb) | tendency (noun) | tendon | tennis court | tense (adjective) | tension (noun) | tent (noun) | term (noun) | terrible (adjective) | territory (noun) | terror | test (verb) | test (noun) | testify | testimony | text (noun) | textbook | texture (noun) | than (preposition) | than (conjunction) | thank (verb) | thanks (noun) | that (adverb) | that (pronoun) | that (conjunction) | that (pronoun) | that (adjective) | the (definite article) | theater (noun) | their (adjective) | them (pronoun) | theme | themselves (pronoun) | then | theory (noun) | therapist | there (interjection) | there (noun) | there (adverb) | there (adjective) | therefore (adverb) | thermometer | these (geographical name) | thesis | they (pronoun) | thick (adjective) | thief (noun) | thigh | thin (adjective) | thing (noun) | think (verb) | thirsty (adjective) | this (adverb) | this (adjective) | this (pronoun) | thorough (adjective) | though (conjunction) | though (adverb) | thought (noun) | thoughtful | thread (noun) | threat (noun) | threaten (verb) | throat | through (adverb) | through (preposition) | throughout (preposition) | throw (noun) | throw (verb) | thumb | thunder | thunder | thunderstorm | thus (adverb) | ticket (noun) | tide (noun) | tie (verb) | tie (noun) | tie (noun [meaning 4]) | tight (adjective) | tilt (verb) | tilt (noun) | time (noun) | time-out | tin (noun) | tiny (adjective) | | tire (verb) | tire (noun) | tired (adjective) | title (noun) | to (preposition) | today (adverb) | today (noun) | toe (noun) | together (adverb) | toilet (noun) | tomorrow (adverb) | tomorrow (noun) | tone (noun) | tongue | tonight (noun) | tonight (adverb) | too (adverb) | tool (noun) | tooth | top (adjective) | top (noun) | topic | tornado | total (adjective) | total (noun) | touch (verb) | touch (noun) | touchdown | tough (adjective) | tour (noun) | tournament | toward (preposition) | towel (noun) | tower (noun) | town (noun) | toxic | toxic waste | toy (noun) | trace (verb) | track (noun) | track and field | trade | trade | tradition (noun) | traditional (adjective) | traffic | trail (verb) | trail (noun) | train (noun) | trainer | training | transcript | transfer (noun) | transfer (verb) | transform (verb) | transition | translate (verb) | translation (noun) | translator | translator | transparent (adjective) | transport (noun) | transport (verb) | transportation (noun) | trap (verb) | trap (noun) | trash (noun) | travel (noun) | travel | travel (verb) | treasure (noun) | treat (verb) | treatment (noun) | tree (noun) | trend (noun) | trial | triangle (noun) | tribe (noun) | trick (verb) | trick (noun) | trimester | trip (verb) | trip (noun) | troop (noun) | trophy | tropical (adjective) | trouble (noun) | tuition | turbulence |


(E?)(L?) http://www.learnersdictionary.com/3000-words/alpha/u

ugly (adjective) | umbrella (noun) | umpire | unable (adjective) | uncle | under (adverb) | under (preposition) | underdog | undergo (verb) | undergraduate | underground (adjective) | underneath (adverb) | underneath (preposition) | understand (verb) | understanding (noun) | undertake (verb) | undertaker | undo (verb) | unemployed (adjective) | unemployment (noun) | unfortunate (adjective) | unfortunately (adverb) | unhappiness | unhappy (adjective) | uniform (noun) | uniform (adjective) | union (noun) | unique (adjective) | unit (noun) | unite (verb) | universal (adjective) | universe (noun) | university | unknown (adjective) | unless (conjunction) | unlike (adjective) | unlike (preposition) | unlikely (adjective) | until (preposition) | until (conjunction) | unusual (adjective) | up (preposition) | up (adjective) | up (adverb) | upon (preposition) | upper (adjective) | upset (adjective) | upset (verb) | upstairs (noun) | upstairs (adjective) | upstairs (adverb) | upward (adverb) | upward (adjective) | urban (adjective) | urge (noun) | urge (verb) | urgent (adjective) | us (pronoun) | use (noun) | use (verb) | useful (adjective) | user (noun) | usual (adjective) | usually |


(E?)(L?) http://www.learnersdictionary.com/3000-words/alpha/v

? vacation | vagina | valley (noun) | valuable (adjective) | value (verb) | value | value (noun) | variation (noun) | variety (noun) | various (adjective) | vary (verb) | vast (adjective) | vegetable (noun) | vehicle (noun) | verb (noun) | verdict | version (noun) | very (adverb) | vessel (noun) | veterinarian | victim (noun) | victory (noun) | video (noun) | video (adjective) | videographer | view (verb) | view (noun) | village (noun) | violence (noun) | violent (adjective) | virtually (adverb) | virtue (noun) | virus | visa | visible (adjective) | vision (noun) | visit (verb) | visit (noun) | visitor (noun) | voice (noun) | volume (noun) | vomit | vote (verb) | vote (noun) |


(E?)(L?) http://www.learnersdictionary.com/3000-words/alpha/w

? wage (noun) | waist | wait (verb) | waiter | waiting room | waitress | wake (verb) | walk (noun) | walk (verb) | wall (noun) | wallet (noun) | wander (verb) | want (verb) | war (noun) | warm (verb) | warm (adjective) | warm front | warmth (noun) | warn (verb) | warning (noun) | wash (verb) | waste | waste (noun) | waste (verb) | watch (verb) | watch (noun) | water (noun) | wave (verb) | wave (noun) | wax (noun) | way (noun) | we (pronoun) | weak (adjective) | weakness (noun) | wealth (noun) | weapon (noun) | wear (verb) | weather (noun) | weave (verb) | web (noun) | Web+site (noun) | wedding (noun) | weed (noun) | | weekend | weekly | weekly (adjective) | weigh (verb) | weight (noun) | welcome (noun) | welcome (interjection) | welcome (adjective) | welcome (verb) | welfare (noun) | well (adjective) | well (adverb) | west (noun) | west (adverb) | west (adjective) | western (adjective) | wet (adjective) | wetland | what (pronoun) | what (adverb) | what (adjective) | whatever (pronoun) | whatever (adjective) | wheat (noun) | wheel (noun) | when (adverb) | when (conjunction) | where (conjunction) | where (adverb) | whether (conjunction) | which (pronoun) | which (adjective) | while (conjunction) | while (noun) | whisper (verb) | whisper (noun) | whistle (verb) | whistle (noun) | white (noun) | white (adjective) | who (pronoun) | whole (adjective) | whole (noun) | whom (pronoun) | whose (pronoun) | whose (adjective) | why (adverb) | why (conjunction) | wide (adjective) | widely (adverb) | widespread (adjective) | width (noun) | wife | wild (adjective) | wildlife | will | will (verb) | willing (adjective) | win (verb) | wind (noun) | wind (verb) | windchill | windmill | window (noun) | window seat | windy | wine (noun) | wing (noun) | wing | winner (noun) | winter | wipe (verb) | wire (noun) | wisdom (noun) | wise (adjective) | wish (noun) | wish (verb) | with (preposition) | withdraw (verb) | within (preposition) | without (preposition) | witness (verb) | witness (noun) | witness stand | witty | wolf (verb) | woman (noun) | wonder (verb) | wonder | wonderful (adjective) | wood (noun) | wooden (adjective) | wool (noun) | word (noun) | work (verb) | work (noun) | worker (noun) | world (noun) | worry (verb) | worry (noun) | worse (adjective) | worse (adverb) | worse (noun) | worship (verb) | worship (noun) | worst (adverb) | worst (adjective) | worst (noun) | worth (preposition) | worth (noun) | would (verb) | wound (verb) | wound | wrap (verb) | wrath | wreck (verb) | wreck (noun) | wrinkle (noun) | wrist | write (verb) | writer | writing (noun) | wrong (noun) | wrong (adjective) |


(E?)(L?) http://www.learnersdictionary.com/3000-words/alpha/x

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(E?)(L?) http://www.learnersdictionary.com/3000-words/alpha/y

yard (noun) | yawn (noun) | yawn (verb) | year | yearly | yell (verb) | yellow (adjective) | yellow (noun) | yes (adverb) | yesterday (noun) | yesterday | yet (conjunction) | yet | you (pronoun) | young (adjective) | your (adjective) | yours (pronoun) | yourself (pronoun) | youth (noun) |


(E?)(L?) http://www.learnersdictionary.com/3000-words/alpha/z

zero (noun) | zone (noun) | zoo (noun) |


Erstellt: 2015-10

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netspeak.org
Ein Wort ergibt das andere
Wort-Suchmaschine

(E?)(L?) http://www.netspeak.org/


(E?)(L?) http://www.netspeak.org/#examples
Soweit ich feststellen konnte funktioniert die Verwendung von "?" nicht. Mit "..." erhielt ich jedoch Ergebnisse.


Beispiele


Erstellt: 2015-07

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oed.com
Word stories

(E?)(L?) http://public.oed.com/aspects-of-english/word-stories/

As a historical dictionary, the OED shows how words can change and extend their meanings over time. Here we look at the stories behind some everyday words (old and new), along with some tales of word hunting. Aspects of English: as well as word stories, you can also explore the history of English, see how events and people shape the language, and discover some of the different ways in which English is used — now and in the past.


Erstellt: 2013-12

ojohaven
The Collective Nouns

(E?)(L?) http://www.ojohaven.com/collectives/

There are two varieties of collective noun listed here. When i receive a submission, i check all available sources for a reference. If i find one (in, for instance, a dictionary), i denote it here as a "submission". If i don't, i denote it a "suggestion". Feel free to submit a collective noun if you don't find it here. The goal is not (yet) to be comprehensive - merely entertaining.

This list is alphabetical by the collective noun. You'll note that there are multiple listings for a few types, for instance, "a hive of bees" and "a swarm of bees". These typically refer to terms that stem from different types of collection. In the example, "hive" is from the domicile of bees, and "swarm" is from a group of flying bees. This will be noted, and derivation given, where possible and confirmed. Please feel free to submit derivations (or even corrections!) for verification.


Erstellt: 2011-06

oneletterwords
One-Letter Words

(E?)(L?) http://www.oneletterwords.com/


(E?)(L?) http://www.oneletterwords.com/oneletter/

When the White Queen of Looking Glass fame bragged that she could read words of one letter, she beseeched Alice not to be discouraged, promising "You'll come to it in time." Indeed, the Queen's one letter word vocabulary was more comprehensive than one might first assume.

A word is any letter or group of letters which has meaning and is used as a unit of language.

So even though there are only twenty-six letters in the English alphabet, they stand for over seven hundred distinct units of meaning.

An abbreviation, on the other hand, is a letter used in place of a larger word. It is usually capitalized.

An abbreviation is not a word. Therefore, abbreviations in the Dictionary of One-Letter Words are clearly marked as such.
...


Erstellt: 2010-06

ox.ac.uk
British National Corpus - BNC

(E?)(L?) http://www.natcorp.ox.ac.uk/

The "British National Corpus" ("BNC") is a 100 million word collection of samples of written and spoken language from a wide range of sources, designed to represent a wide cross-section of British English, both spoken and written, from the late twentieth century.


Erstellt: 2014-12

oxforddictionaries
World of words

(E?)(L?) http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/page/worldofwords/world-of-words


(E?)(L?) http://oxforddictionaries.com/page/blog

World of words


(E?)(L?) http://oxforddictionaries.com/page/asktheexperts

Here you'll find answers to all those questions you've always wondered about, including:


(E?)(L?) http://oxforddictionaries.com/page/storydictionaries

The story of dictionaries


(E?)(L?) http://oxforddictionaries.com/page/asktheexpertdictionaries/questions-about-dictionaries

Questions about dictionaries Find out more about The Story of Dictionaries


(E?)(L?) http://oxforddictionaries.com/page/asktheexpertslanguage/questions-about-language

Questions about language


(E?)(L?) http://oxforddictionaries.com/page/asktheexpertswords/vocabulary-questions

Vocabulary questions


(E?)(L?) http://oxforddictionaries.com/page/asktheexpertssymbols/questions-about-symbols

Questions about symbols


(E?)(L?) http://oxforddictionaries.com/page/asktheexpertswordorigins/word-origins

Word origins


(E?)(L?) http://oxforddictionaries.com/page/asktheexpertsrandom/random-questions

Random questions


Erstellt: 2010-07

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pons
Online-Wörterbuch Pons
UK-DE, DE-UK
UK-FR, FR-UK
UK-PL, PL-UK
UK-SI, SI-UK
UK-ES, ES-UK

(E?)(L1) http://www.pons.de/


(E?)(L?) http://de.pons.eu/open_dict/cms/tools/fuer_ihre_webseite/


(E?)(L?) http://www.pons.eu/


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takeourword
Etymological Theory
How words are created

(E1)(L1) http://www.takeourword.com/theory.html


twitter.com - OW
OxfordWords - Language matters

(E?)(L?) https://www.twitter.com/OxfordWords

Oxford University Press, publisher of Oxford Dictionaries, brings you news and insights from today’s world of words.


Erstellt: 2017-04

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usingenglish
Check a Word's Grammar and Usage

(E?)(L?) http://www.usingenglish.com/resources/wordcheck/

Our database contains information about 100,033 different words. You can check a word's grammar and usage simply by typing a word in the box below. Less common words may not be in the database, but we provide helpful links to enable you research the word further. Type a word in the search box above to research its definition.

Browse Word Lists
Browse our collection of word lists which allow you to examine words more closely. Provides descriptions of words alongside dictionary definitions and a list of related words.


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verbivore (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.verbivore.com/
Richard Lederer's Verbovore
the web site woven for wordaholics, logolepts, and verbivores.
"Carnivores" eat meat; "herbivores" eat plants and vegetables; "verbivores" devour words.

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wikipedia.org
List of English words of Brittonic origin

(E?)(L?) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_English_words_of_Brittonic_origin

The number of English words known to be derived from the Brittonic language is remarkably small. In fact, as far as can be ascertained it is lower than the number of words of Gaulish origin found in the English language, which arrived through Norman French. However, this is to be expected, given the socio-historical relationship between Old English and Brittonic; the influence of the Brittonic language on English has been extremely limited. However, it is possible that many British words have been obscured by their close similarity to Germanic words which are perceived to offer a more likely etymology (e.g. "belly": considered to be from OE "bylg", but could easily be from AB "*belga"), and also that some of them have been misidentified as Gaulish via French, which are simply unattested until after the Norman invasion.

Other sources of Celtic words in English

This list does not include words of Celtic origin definitely borrowed into English from other languages/later forms of Brittonic, namely:

List

'Conservative scholarship recognises fewer than ten' Brittonic loan-words in English. This list includes all the putatively Brittonic loan-words listed in key surveys, to which a range of suggestions for Brittonic etymologies for words attested only in Old English could be added, principally from the work of Andrew Breeze.[7] Oxford English Dictionary etymologies are included to indicate the view of this authoritative (but not necessarily definitive) source, distinguishing between the first, second, and third editions.




Erstellt: 2017-11

Word, Wort, *wer-, *were-, *wre-, *w-dho-, *wer-dho-, *wer-yo-, *wre-tor-, *wre-m (W3)

Ein "Wort", engl. "Word" ist eine bedeutungstragende Spracheinheit, bestehend aus einem oder mehreren Tönen oder ihrer schriftlichen Wiedergabe.

Das engl. "Word" und natürlich auch das dt. "Wort" gehen auf ein postuliertes ide. "*wer-", "*were-", "*wre-" = "sprechen" und weiter auf ide. "*w-dho-" = "word" zurück. Über germ. "*wurdam" wurde es zu "word" und "Wort".

Über das ide. "*wer-dho-" ist "word" verwandt mit "verb", "verve", "adverb", "proverb", und natürlich dem zugrunde liegenden lat. "verbum" = "word".

Aus dem verwandten ide. "*wer-yo-" = "Ironie" entstand griech. "eirein" = "sagen", "sprechen".

Aus der Variante ide. "*wre-tor-" entstandt der griech. "rhetor" und damit dt., engl. "Rhetor", "öffentlicher Sprecher".

Aus der Variante ide. "*wre-m" entstandt der griech. "rhema" = "word", "Rede", "Aussage". Und die "Rede" dürfte demnach ja auch auf diese indoeuropäische Wurzel zurück gehen.

Unter anderem ist "Word" ist auch die Bezeichnung für ein Schreibprogramm.

Und in der Computerei bezeichnet "word" auch die kleinste adressierbare Einheit.

word: A fundamental unit of storage in a computer. The size of a word in a particular computer architecture is one of its chief distinguishing characteristics.

The size of a word is usually the same as the width of the computer's {data bus} so it is possible to read or write a word in a single operation.

"Word": Ein Satz von Bits (normalerweise 16 oder 32), der eine einzelne Speicherposition belegt und der vom Computer als eine Informationseinheit behandelt wird.

(E6)(L1) http://www.anglizismenindex.de/


(E1)(L1) http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://www.bartleby.com/61/roots/IE574.html


(E?)(L?) http://mizian.com.ne.kr/englishwiz/library/names/etymology_of_last_names.htm

"Word" is an English (and German) place name for the man who lived near the thicket. Or near a winding brook. Or the man who inhabited an open place in a village. Or the man who had an ancestor named "Werdo", which was a pet form of the name "Werdmann" or "Werdheri". In the case of the latter, it's a Patronymic name.


Zu diesem engl. "Word" passt der dt. "Wördemann" als Bezeichnung für einen Bewohner eines mnd. "wort" = "erhöhtes und eingehegtes Grundstück" und das altengl. "wirth" = "befestigte Siedlung". Diese mnd. "wort" steckt vermutlich auch in Ortsnamen wie "Wörde" in Nordrhein-Westfalen und "Wöhrden" in Schleswig-Holstein und Niedersachsen (allerdings ohne Gewähr, da ich keinen Hinweis dazu gefunden habe).

Der "Wördeman" gehört also zur Familie der "Werder-Wörter".

(E?)(L?) http://www.hope.edu/academic/english/gruenler/newterms.htm
Hier wird ein als "Grußwort" benutztes "word" vorgestellt, das anscheinend aus der Musikszene bzw. neueren Jugendkultur erwachsen ist. Es wird anscheind im Sinne von "Sag mir mal ein Wort" = "Was gibts Neues?" benutzt.


word n. A question asked to another person in greeting them. This is to ask someone what the word is on how they are and what they are doing. As a person walks past they may be greeted with, "Word!" This derives from "word" as information or news. "Word up" is a common phrase used with this definition to ask what is happening with someone else. Often used in alternative and rap music.


(E?)(L?) http://www-306.ibm.com/software/globalization/terminology/index.jsp




(E?)(L?) http://dictionary.reference.com/
word | wordage | word association test | word blindness | wordbook | word deafness | Worde, Wynkyn de | word for word | word-hoard | wording | wordless | wordmonger | word of mouth | word order | wordplay | word processing | word processor | wordsmith | word square | Wordsworth, William | wordy

(E?)(L?) http://www.sil.org/linguistics/GlossaryOfLinguisticTerms/WhatIsAWord.htm

A "word" is a unit which is a constituent at the phrase level and above. It is sometimes identifiable according to such criteria as being the minimal possible unit in a reply, having features such as:
A word is sometimes placed, in a hierarchy of grammatical constituents, above the morpheme level and below the phrase level.

Here are some kinds of words:


(E?)(L?) https://whatis.techtarget.com/definitionsAlpha/0,289930,sid9_alpW,00.html




(E?)(L?) http://searchcio-midmarket.techtarget.com/sDefinition/0,,sid183_gci498438,00.html

In computer architecture, a word is a unit of data of a defined bit length that can be addressed and moved between storage and the computer processor. Usually, the defined bit length of a word is equivalent to the width of the computer's data bus so that a word can be moved in a single operation from storage to a processor register.

For any computer architecture with an eight-bit byte, the word will be some multiple of eight bits. In IBM's evolutionary System/360 architecture, a word is 32 bits, or four continguous eight-bit bytes. In Intel's PC processor architecture, a word is 16 bits, or two contiguous eight-bit bytes.
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(E?)(L?) http://linguistik.uni-regensburg.de:8080/lido/Lido

Linguistic Documentation
Terminological und bibliographical database

Subordinates more ... Superordinates Definition:
A word is a grammatical unit that enjoys a moderate degree of autonomy. I.e. while its parts tend to occupy fixed (morphological) positions, to be welded phonologically, to contract well-defined paradigmatic relations, all this is true to a lesser extent for the word itself and to an even lesser extent for the syntagm.
The cognitive counterpart of a word in general is a mental representation.

Designation Standard Language


(E?)(L1) https://www.webopedia.com/TERM/W/word2.html

word Last modified: Wednesday, September 19, 2001


woxikon.co.uk
Lexikon und Wörterbuch
Dictionary and synonyms database

(E?)(L?) http://www.woxikon.co.uk/

Woxikon, the free online dictionary. Lookup translations, synonyms, abbreviations and conjugations. Woxikon started out as a mere dictionary but evolved into a large lexicon of translations, synonyms, rhymes, abbreviations and much more.

Woxikon is a multilingual dictionary and lexicon of translations, synonyms and abbreviations. The online translator can translate between German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Swedish, Russian, Polish, Finnish, Norwegian and Turkish, and it may be used free of charge. It is continually being expanded.

Moreover, Woxikon offers conjugation tables and explanatory notes on grammar. We recommend their use as a supplement to the dictionary.

Woxikon offers foreign-language enthusiasts a wealth of possibilities for developing and improving their language skills.


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Bücher zur Kategorie:

Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
UK Vereinigtes Königreich Großbritannien und Nordirland, Reino Unido de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda del Norte, Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du Nord, Regno Unito di Gran Bretagna e Irlanda del Nord, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Wörterbuch, Diccionario, Dictionnaire, Vocabolario, Dictionary

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Ayto, John
Word Origins
The Secret Histories of English Words From A to Z

Broschiert: 554 Seiten
Verlag: A & C Black; Auflage: 2nd (17. Oktober 2005)
Sprache: Englisch


Synopsis
The average contemporary English speaker knows 50,000 words. Yet stripped down to its origins, this apparently huge vocabulary is in reality much smaller, derived from Latin, French and the Germanic languages. It is estimated that every year, 800 neologisms are added to the English language: acronyms (nimby), blended words (motel), and those taken from foreign languages (savoir-faire). Laid out in an A-Z format with detailed cross references, and written in a style that is both authoritative and accessible, Word Origins is a valuable historical guide to the English language.


B

Bryson, Bill (Autor)
Troublesome Words

Taschenbuch: 256 Seiten
Verlag: Penguin (1. Oktober 2009)
Sprache: Englisch


Kurzbeschreibung
What is the difference between "mean" and "median", "blatant" and "flagrant", "flout" and "flaunt"? Is it "whodunnit" or "whodunit"? Do you know? Are you sure? With "Troublesome Words", journalist and bestselling travel-writer Bill Bryson gives us a clear, concise and entertaining guide to the problems of English usage and spelling that has been an indispensable companion to those who work with the written word for over twenty years. So if you want to discover whether you should care about split infinitives, are cursed with an uncontrollable outbreak of commas or were wondering if that newsreader was right to say 'an historic day', this superb book is the place to find out.


Erstellt: 2010-06

C

Conley, Craig (Autor)
One-Letter Words, a Dictionary

Gebundene Ausgabe: 272 Seiten
Verlag: HarperCollins (1. November 2005)
Sprache: Englisch


Merriam-Webster, move over! Until now, no English dictionary ever found the fun or the fascination in revealing the meanings of letters. "One-Letter Words, A Dictionary" illuminates the more than 800 surprising definitions associated with each letter in the English alphabet. For instance, Conley uncovers 69 different definitions for the letter X, the most versatile and printed letter in the English language. Using facts, figures, quotations, and etymologies, the author provides a complete and enjoyable understanding of the one-letter word. With the letter B, Conley teaches us that its many different meanings span multiple subjects including science - B denotes a blood type and also is a symbol for the element Boron on the Periodic table - and history - in the Middle Ages, B was branded on a blasphemer's forehead. With the letter A, he reminds us that A is not only a bra size, but also a musical note. This book is the essential desk companion, gift, or reference volume for a vast array of readers, puzzle lovers, teachers, students, librarians, or armchair linguists. Once they pick it up they'll never be able to put it down.


(E?)(L?) http://www.oneletterwords.com/


(E?)(L?) http://www.oneletterwords.com/oneletter/

When the White Queen of Looking Glass fame bragged that she could read words of one letter, she beseeched Alice not to be discouraged, promising "You'll come to it in time." Indeed, the Queen's one letter word vocabulary was more comprehensive than one might first assume.

A word is any letter or group of letters which has meaning and is used as a unit of language.

So even though there are only twenty-six letters in the English alphabet, they stand for over seven hundred distinct units of meaning.

An abbreviation, on the other hand, is a letter used in place of a larger word. It is usually capitalized.

An abbreviation is not a word. Therefore, abbreviations in the Dictionary of One-Letter Words are clearly marked as such.
...


Erstellt: 2010-06

Cresswell, Julia (Autor)
Insect That Stole Butter?

Gebundene Ausgabe: 502 Seiten
Verlag: Oxford University Press; Auflage: 2 (22. Oktober 2009)
Sprache: Englisch


Kurzbeschreibung
Readership: Suitable for language enthusiasts and language students, or any adult or young person interested in words and their development; academic libraries; dictionary compilers. An accessible, lively A-Z of over 3,000 words and their origins, drawn from Oxford's unrivalled dictionary research and language monitoring. Ideal for language lovers and students alike, The Insect That Stole Butter? relates the fascinating stories behind many of our most curious words and expressions.

Suitable for language enthusiasts and language students, or any adult or young person interested in words and their development; academic libraries; dictionary compilers.

Über den Autor
Julia Cresswell hat in Oxford studiert und ist eine anerkannte Mittelalterforscherin und Sprachwissenschaftlerin. Als Autorin hat sie neben wissenschaftlichen Büchern bereits mehrere populäre Bücher geschrieben, unter anderem Namensbücher aus bestimmten Kulturkreisen (Irland, Schottland) oder ein Lexikon zur Bedeutung von Ortsnamen.


Erstellt: 2011-11

Crystal, David (Autor)
The Story of English in 100 Words

Taschenbuch: 320 Seiten
Verlag: Profile Books (5. Juli 2012)
Sprache: Englisch

Gebundene Ausgabe: 208 Seiten
Verlag: St Martins Pr (27. März 2012)
Sprache: Englisch


Kurzbeschreibung
This title is an eye-opening tour of the English language through the ages. Featuring Latinate and Celtic words, weasel words and nonce-words, ancient word ("loaf") to cutting edge ("twittersphere") and spanning the indispensable words that shape our tongue ("and", "what") to the more fanciful ("fopdoodle"), Crystal takes us along the winding byways of language via the rude, the obscure and the downright surprising. In this unique new history of the world's most ubiquitous language, linguistics expert David Crystal draws on words that best illustrate the huge variety of sources influences and events that have helped to shape our vernacular since the first definitively English word was written down in the fifth century ("roe", in case you are wondering).


Erstellt: 2012-06

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The Online Dictionary of Language Terminology (ODLT): Crystal, David

Erstellt: 2012-06

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Duden - OGwbE
Duden - Oxford - Großwörterbuch Englisch
Oxford Großwörterbuch Englisch - CD-ROM

(Office-Bibliothek) CD-ROM (WIN/MAC OS X/LINUX)
von Bibliographisches Institut

Sprache: Deutsch, Englisch
Gebundene Ausgabe - 1725 Seiten - Bibliographisches Institut, Mannheim
Erscheinungsdatum: September 2005
Auflage: 3., überarb. u. aktualis. Aufl.


Die umfassende Darstellung des relevanten deutschen und englischen Wortschatzes mit zahlreichen Anwendungsbeispielen, idiomatischen Wendungen und Redensarten. Rund 300 000 Stichwörter und Wendungen und ca. 470 000 Übersetzungen. Mit wertvollen Zusatzinformationen zu Wortgebrauch und Grammatik sowie thematischen Wortlisten und Grafiken.ISBN 3-411-06449-8

39.95 € [D] | 73.00 SFr | 41.40 € [A]

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Elster, Charles Harrington (Autor)
There's a Word for It
A Grandiloquent Guide to Life

Taschenbuch: 272 Seiten
Verlag: Pocket; Auflage: Revised & Updat. (5. Juli 2005)
Sprache: Englisch


If you are a logophile with cacoëthes scribendi, but your stomach simply wambles when you can't find the perfect word, perendinate no more. Logogogue Charles Harrington Elster, clearly an aristophren, has a cure for logolepts in this compendium of grandisonant scholasms, which are both aureate and inkhorn. If fear of altiloquence gives you graphospasm or makes you spartle, don't croosle. Just remember: sophrosyne is recommended. (Translation: If you are a word lover with an incurable itch to write, but your stomach simply rumbles when you can't find the perfect word, delay no more. Word leader Charles Harrington Elster, clearly a person with a superior intellect, has a cure for people who have seizures about words in this compendium of great-sounding learned words, which are both florid and pedantic. If fear of pomposity gives you writer's cramp or makes you flail about, don't whimper. Just remember: wise moderation is recommended.)


Erstellt: 2011-06

Elster, Charles Harrington
What in the Word?
Wordplay, Word Lore, And Answers to the Peskiest Questions About Language

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2005. 304 Seiten 20 cm
Kartoniert/Broschiert
Sprache : Englisch

Are you so sure about "assure", "ensure", and "insure"? Can you determine whether a "knob of butter" is equivalent to a "lump" or a "pat" or a "scosh"? Can you say which word in the English language has the most definitions, or who put the "H" in Jesus H. Christ? If you can't, be assured that Charles Harrington Elster, author of several well-loved works on language, can - and does in his latest book, a delightfully designed compendium of the most common, interesting, and entertaining conundrums in our language. Drawing upon esoteric sources and his own inimitable expertise, Elster uses a lively question-and-answer format to cover a variety of topics-word and phrase origins, slang, style, usage, punctuation, and pronunciation. Every chapter features original brainteasers, challenging puzzles, and a trove of literary trivia.


Erstellt: 2014-10

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Forsyth, Mark (Autor)
The Etymologicon
A Circular Stroll Through the Hidden Connections of the English Language

Gebundene Ausgabe: 252 Seiten
Verlag: Icon Books (3. November 2011)
Sprache: Englisch


Kurzbeschreibung
The Etymologicon springs from Mark Forsyth's Inky Fool blog on the strange connections between words. It's an occasionally ribald, frequently witty and unerringly erudite guided tour of the secret labyrinth that lurks beneath the English language, taking in monks and monkeys, film buffs and buffaloes, and explaining precisely what the Rolling Stones have to do with gardening.


Erstellt: 2012-06

Freeman, Morton S.
The Story Behind the Words

Taschenbuch: 294 Seiten
Verlag: ISI P, US (Mai 1989)
Sprache: Englisch


From Publishers Weekly
For inveterate browsers who can't look up one entry in an encyclopedia without becoming immersed in others, this new book from word-maven Freeman (A Treasury for Word Lovers) will provide hours of informative pleasure. His format is straightforward, discussing the etymologies or, often, the possible though unconfirmed lineages of selected words from abracadabra to zenith. But as he delves into biography, literature, languages and social history to explain how the words and their meanings have changed through time, one avenue or aside inevitably leads to another. A single entry may proceed logically from vanilla to chocolate to cocoa to coconut; metaphorically, from candidate to ambition; or, surreally, from maroon to cimarron to chestnut. Bet you can't read just one.


Funk, Charles Earle
2107 Curious Word Origins, Sayings & Expressions
From White Elephants to Song Dance

Charles Earle Funk, Tom Funk (Illustrator)
Gebundene Ausgabe: 992 Seiten
Verlag: Galahad Books (August 2005)
Sprache: Englisch


Synopsis
This fascinating reference includes four previously published best-selling titles:

Why do people "take 40 winks" and not 50...or 60, or 70? Did someone literally "let the cat out of the bag" at one point in time? Has anyone actually "gone on a wild goose chase"? Find out the answers to these questions and many more in this enormous collection, comprised of four bestselling titles: A Hog on Ice, Thereby Hangs a Tale, Heavens to Betsy! and Horsefeathers and Other Curious Words. Dr. Funk, editor-in-chief of the Funk & Wagnalls Standard Dictionary Series, reveals the sometimes surprising, often amusing, and always fascinating roots of more than 2,000 vernacular words and expressions. From "kangaroo court" to "one-horse town", from "face the music" to "hocus-pocus," it's an entertaining linguistic journey.


Funk, Charles Earle
Heavens to Betsy & Other Curious Sayings

Taschenbuch: 224 Seiten
Verlag: HarperCollins Publishers; Auflage: Reprint (November 2002)
Sprache: Englisch


He's as mad as a hatter!

Whether it's like a bump on a log or a bat out of hell, these expressions have been around forever, but we've never really known why ... until now! Finally Dr. Funk explains more than 400 droll, colorful, and sometimes pungent expressions of everyday speech. Derived from classical sources, historic events, famous literature, frontier humor, and the frailties of humankind, each of these sayings has an interesting story behind its origin.

If you've ever wondered why when you're in a hurry you are told to hold your horses, wonder no more!

About the Author
Charles Earle Funk was editor in chief of the Funk & Wagnalls Standard Dictionary Series. He wrote several other books on word and phrase origins, including Horsefeathers, Heavens to Betsy!, and Thereby Hangs a Tale.


Funk, Charles Earle
Thereby Hangs a Tale
Stories of Curious Word Origins

Taschenbuch: 320 Seiten
Verlag: HarperResource; Auflage: Reprint (Januar 2005)
Sprache: Englisch


The Greek root of school means leisure.
A language where hearse and rehearse have the same root and the word dunce comes from a great philosopher, English has hundreds of every day words that originated or acquired their meaning in unusual ways. Dictionaries don't have the space to tell us all the mysteries, but now Dr. Funk, with humor and insight, tells us the strange and intriguing stories of hundreds of words and how they came to be a part of our language.

About the Author
Charles Earle Funk was editor in chief of the Funk & Wagnalls Standard Dictionary Series. He wrote several other books on word and phrase origins, including Horsefeathers, Heavens to Betsy!, and Thereby Hangs a Tale.


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Garg, Anu (Autor)
The Dord, the Diglot, and an Avocado or Two
The Hidden Lives and Strange Origins of Common and Not-So-Common Words

Taschenbuch: 192 Seiten
Verlag: Plume (30. Oktober 2007)
Sprache: Englisch

The founder of Wordsmith.org explores the fascinating origins and history behind more than three hundred words, names, terms, and phrases, including the etymology of such items as deipnosophist, philomath, illeist, accismus, petrichor, and more


Kurzbeschreibung
From the creator of the popular A.Word.A.Day e-mail newsletter
A collection of some of the most interesting stories and fascinating origins behind more than 300 words, names, and terms by the founder of WordSmith.org.

Did you know:
There’s a word for the pleasant smell that accompanies the first rain after a dry spell? Petrichor, combining petros (Greek for stone) and ichor (the fluid that flows in the veins of Greek gods).

An illeist is one who refers to oneself in the third person.

There’s a word for feigning lack of interest in something while actually desiring it: accismus.

For any aspiring deipnosophist (a good conversationalist at meals) or devoted Philomath (a lover of learning), this anthology of entertaining etymology is an ideal way to have fun while getting smarter.


Erstellt: 2011-06

Garrison, Webb B.
Casual Lex
An Informal Assemblage of Why We Say What We Say

Taschenbuch: 256 Seiten
Verlag: Nelson/Word Pub Group (1. Mai 2005)
Sprache: Englisch

Garrison, Webb B.
What's in a Word
Fascinating Stories of More Than 350 Everyday Words and Phrases

Verlag: Rutledge Hill Press (Juni 2000)
248 Seiten
Taschenbuch
Sprache: Englisch

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Published by Thomas Nelson on Jun 12, 2000
256 pages

About the book

Here is a fascinating and humorous encyclopedia of more than three hundredwords and phrases and how they have taken on new meanings over time. It is aninformative reference book for the whole family. What's in a Word? is asequel to Garrison's popular Why You Say It. Indexed.


Garrison, Webb B. (Autor)
Why You Say It
The Fascinating Stories Behind Over 600 Everyday Words and Phrases

Taschenbuch: 368 Seiten
Verlag: Nelson/Word Pub Group; Auflage: Reprint (16. März 2010)
Sprache: Englisch


Synopsis
This fascinating collection of anecdotes about words and phrases explains that a "bikini" was named after a Pacific island where the atomic bomb was tested because men who first saw it reacted as if it were an atom bomb - and that a person who "knows the ropes" is experienced like a sailor who mastered the complex tangle of ropes on a ship. The book contains stories behind over 600 everyday words and phrases such as ... "Shindig" - A veteran square dance caller will tell you that "bruised shins" result from the swigging feet of beginning dancers. A dance that leaves telltale marks on the lower legs of participants is a "shindig". "Alibi" - The word is taken straight from Latin and means "elsewhere". The perfect "alibi" is to prove one was "elsewhere" when the deed was done. And many more...


Erstellt: 2010-06

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Hitchings, Henry
The Secret Life of Words
How English became English

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2009. 448 Seiten 198 mm
Kartoniert/Broschiert
Sprache : Englisch

Journey into the history of English and discover how words have been absorbed into our language to make it what it is today


Erstellt: 2014-10

Hodgson, Charles
Global Wording
The Fascinating Story of the Evolution of English

Audio CD
Publisher: Renaissance Press; 1st edition edition (May 27 2008)
Language: English


Global Wording traces the development of our language using easily recognizable milestones such as Beowulf, William the Conqueror, Chaucer and Shakespeare. Rather than relying on scores of dates and boring facts, Hodgson instead punctuates his story with anecdotes about why these characters were so memorable, as well as interesting details on how we know what we know and the conditions of life over the years as they affected the growth of our language.


Horne, Alex
Word Watching
How to Break into the Dictionary

Taschenbuch: 288 Seiten
Verlag: Virgin Books (16. Februar 2010)
Sprache: Englisch


Kurzbeschreibung
The Oxford English Dictionary required Alex Horne to prove that his made-up words were being widely used before it would insert them into its venerable publication. Find out if any of Alex’s words make it into the OED in this delightful and entertaining book.

Über den Autor
Alex Horne co-created, writes and co-hosts the new comedy quiz We Need Answers airing soon on BBC4. He is widely renowned among critics, comics and audiences as a thoughtful and original stand-up, writer and solo performer and has many TV and radio credits under his belt. Alex's first book Birdwatchingwatching was published by Virgin Books in January 2009.


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Erstellt: 2010-02

Howard, Godfrey (Author)
Good English Guide
English Usage in the 1990s

Hardcover: 432 pages
Publisher: Macmillan (April 23, 1993)

The alphabetic reference book contains much of interest to word users.

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Jackson, Howard
Words, Meaning And Vocabulary
An Introduction to Modern English Lexicology

Taschenbuch: 224 Seiten
Verlag: Continuum International Publishing Group - Academi (31. Dezember 2001)
Sprache: Englisch

Jones, Paul (Autor)
Haggard Hawks and Paltry Poltroons


Erscheinungstermin: 17. Oktober 2013

Kurzbeschreibung

What do the following ten words all have in common - "haggard", "mews", "codger", "arouse", "musket", "poltroon", "gorge", "allure", "pounce" and "turn-tail"? All fairly familiar and straightforward words, after a little digging into their histories it turns out that all of them derive from falconry: the adjective "haggard" described an adult falcon captured from the wild; "mews" were the enclosures hawks were kept in whilst moulting; "codger" is thought to come from 'cadger', the member of a hunting party who carried the birds' perches, and so on. This, essentially, is what Ten Words is all about - the book collects together hundreds of the most intriguing, surprising and little known histories and etymologies of a whole host of English words. From ancient place names to unusual languages, and obscure professions to military slang, this is a fascinating treasure trove of linguistic facts.

Produktinformation

Gebundene Ausgabe: 288 Seiten
Verlag: Constable & Robinson (17. Oktober 2013)
Sprache: Englisch
ISBN-10: 147210806X
ISBN-13: 978-1472108067
Größe und/oder Gewicht: 20 x 13,8 x 2,6 cm

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Paul Jones previously authored The British Isles: A Trivia Gazetteer, a book on the origins of British place names. He is a journalist, magazine publisher and is currently studying at the Royal School of Music.


(E?)(L?) @HaggardHawks

Twitter account, @HaggardHawks


Erstellt: 2014-07

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Kacirk, Jeffrey
Altered English
Surprising Meanings of Familiar Words

Gebundene Ausgabe: 240 Seiten
Verlag: Pomegranate Communications Inc, US (31. Januar 2002)
Sprache: Englisch

Knowles, Elizabeth (Autor)
How to Read a Word

Gebundene Ausgabe: 191 Seiten
Verlag: Oxford University Press (28. Oktober 2010)
Sprache: Englisch


Kurzbeschreibung
Have you ever wondered how you can find out more about a word: Where did it come from? How has its meaning altered? How can it be pronounced? What is its relationship to other words? Language is not fixed, but is an evolutionary process: words develop and change, in meaning, association, and pronunciation, as well as in many other ways. Exploring the routes taken by the words we choose to investigate leads us on fascinating journeys. How to Read a Word, written by the noted lexicographer Elizabeth Knowles, shows us how we might delve into the origins, associations, and evolution of words, and is primarily concerned with the following two points: what questions can be asked about a word? And how can they be answered? Utilising the unrivalled resources and the language-monitoring programs of the Oxford English Dictionary, the book leads you through the various stages of investigation into the myriad aspects of individual words, from etymology to date of first use and regional distribution, and from spelling and pronunciation to shifts in meaning. Supported by many examples of investigation into specific words, and featuring a full index, a wide selection of useful online resources, and reams of useful tips for avoiding common pitfalls, it is both a thought-provoking and practical handbook, providing readers with the essential tools to confidently interrogate the words by which they are surrounded. How to Read a Word is the perfect gift for anyone who is fascinated by the development and intricacies of the English language.

Über den Autor
Elizabeth Knowles is a historical lexicographer who previously worked on the Shorter Oxford English Dictionary. Her editorial credits include the 7th edition of the Oxford Dictionary of Quotations, What They Didn't Say: A Book of Misquotations, and the Little Oxford Dictionary of Proverbs.


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How to Read a Word
First Edition
Elizabeth Knowles
208 pages | 196x129mm
978-0-19-957489-6 | Hardback | 28 October 2010
Price: £12.99

Chapter-based guide that surveys the many questions we can ask about the words we encounter every day
Explores a rich range of online resources in pursuing the answers to such questions
Engagingly written in an accessible style, with many useful tips and practical advice on avoiding common pitfalls
Covers word use, origins, spellings, meanings, and collocations
Support material includes a fascinating account of the history of the English language, and an overview of dictionary history
A full index and glossary are included, as well as word lists and panels and lists to expand on specific examples
Utilizes the unrivalled resources and language monitoring programs behind Oxford Dictionaries


Readership: The general reader who is interested in words, and who would like to explore their history, origins, and development with more confidence. Readers of books such as Balderdash and Piffle and Damp Squid. Students of English language and literature.




Erstellt: 2012-11

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Langenscheidt - e-Ewb
Langenscheidt - e-Euro-Wörterbuch
Englisch

Langenscheidt e-Euro-Wörterbuch Englisch 4.0
System: Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Medium: CD-ROM
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 2003


Produktbeschreibung des Herstellers

Langenscheidts beliebtes Euro-Wörterbuch auf CD-ROM jetzt mit völlig neu entwickelter Software des e-Wörterbuchs und neu bearbeitetem Inhalt. Die Software, die die Reihen "PC-Bibliothek" und "Pop-up" zusammenführt und viele Extras aufweist, bietet den höchsten Stand der Technik zum günstigen Preis. FEATURES: - Aktueller Wortschatz mit insgesamt rund 50.000 Stichwörtern und Wendungen - Rund 15.000 englische Stichwörter in bester Qualität vertont, von Muttersprachlern gesprochen - Vielfältige Suchmöglichkeiten mit neuer Schnellsuche: Erkennen von Mehrwortbegriffen, Wendungen und insgesamt über einer Million von gebeugten Wortformen, die für die richtige Übersetzung auf das Stichwort zurückgeführt werden, z. B. lud ... ein > einladen > invite - Komfortables Nachschlagen aus anderen Programmen mithilfe der preisgekrönten Pop-up-Funktion: per Mausklick auf einen Begriff in den Windows-Programmen oder im Internet wird der passende Wörterbucheintrag in einer Sprechblase angezeigt - Kostenlose Online-Aktualisierung der Wörterbuchinhalte per Download aus dem Internet - Neu gestaltete Benutzeroberfläche mit optimalem Bedienungskomfort - Mit den älteren Titeln der Reihe PC-Bibliothek kombinierbar.

Produktbeschreibungen
Wörterbuch auf CD-ROM mit rund 50.000 Stichwörtern und Wendungen, 15.000 englischen Stichwörtern, vielfältige Suchmöglichkeiten. Für Windows 98, SE, ME, NT, 2000 und XP., Hersteller: HMH Hamburger Medien Haus, Marke: Langenscheidt


Langenscheidt - e-Gwb
Langenscheidt - e-Gross-Wörterbuch
Collins - Englisch

Langenscheidt Collins e-Großwörterbuch Englisch
System: Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Medium: CD-ROM
Erscheinungsdatum: Oktober 2004

Langenscheidt - e-Gwb
Langenscheidt - e-Gross-Wörterbuch
Muret-Sanders Englisch

Muret Sanders e-Großwörterbuch Deutsch - Englisch. Langenscheidt. CD-ROM.
System: Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Medium: CD-ROM
Erscheinungsdatum: April 2004

Langenscheidt - e-Hwb
Langenscheidt - e-Hand-Wörterbuch
Englisch-Deutsch / Deutsch-Englisch
UK-DE / DE-UK

Langenscheidt e-Handwörterbuch Englisch 5.0. CD-ROM für Windows 95,98,2000,XP
System: Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Medium: CD-ROM
Erscheinungsdatum: Oktober 2005


Produktbeschreibung des Herstellers
Die neue Dimension elektronischer Wörterbücher für Profis: das Langenscheidt Handwörterbuch Englisch in der völlig neu entwickelten Software-Reihe der e-Wörterbücher.
Wörterbuchinhalt mit insgesamt rund 245.000 Stichwörtern und Wendungen sowie zahlreichen Neuwörtern.
Vielfältige Suchoptionen mit neuer Schnellsuche: Erkennen von Mehrwortbegriffen und Wendungen sowie Zugriff auf über eine Million Wortformen - im Englischen und im Deutschen! -, die für die richtige Übersetzung auf ihre Grundform zurückgeführt werden,z.B. lud ... ein - einladen - invite
Komfortables Nachschlagen aus anderen Programmen mithilfe der preisgekrönten Pop-up-Funktion
Wortschatz-Aktualisierung per Download aus dem Internet
Sprachausgabe in Top-Qualität - von Muttersprachlern gesprochen - zu rund 15.000 englischen Stichwörtern (britisches und amerikanisches Englisch)
Für alle PC-Nutzer, die ein großes Wörterbuch für Englisch auf dem neuesten Stand der Technik suchen


Langenscheidt - e-Twb
Langenscheidt - e-Taschen-Wörterbuch
Englisch-Deutsch / Deutsch-Englisch
UK-DE / DE-UK

Version 4.0. Langenscheidt. CD-ROM für Windows 95/98/NT4.0/2000/XP.
System: Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Medium: CD-ROM
Erscheinungsdatum: Mai 2002


Über das Produkt
n mit neuer Schnellsuche: Erkennen von Mehrwortbegriffen, Wendungen und hunderttausenden von flektierten Wortformen - im Englischen und im Deutschen! -, die für die richtige Übersetzung auf ihre Grundform zurückgeführt werden (z.B. lud ... ein einladen invite)õKomfortables Nachschlagen aus anderen Programmen mithilfe der preisgekrönten Pop-up-FunktionõAktueller Inhalt der jüngsten Neubearbeitung des Taschenwörterbuches Englisch mit insgesamt rund 120.000 Stichwörtern und WendungenõTop-Sprachausgabe zu rund 15.000 englischen Stichwörtern (britisches und amerikanisches Englisch)õFür alle Computerbenutzer, die ein Standardwörterbuch für Englisch mit leistungsstarker Software suchenõENDõõ

Produktbeschreibungen
CD-ROM für Windows 95/98/NT4.0/2000/XP. Englisch-Deutsch/Deutsch-Englisch. Rund 120.000 Stichwörter und Wendungen. Zugriff auf hunderttausende von Wortformen. Wortschatz-Aktualisierung über das Internet. Erschienen 05.2002.


Langenscheidt - Twb
Langenscheidt - Taschenwörterbuch
Englisch-Deutsch / Deutsch-Englisch
DE-UK / UK-DE

Langenscheidt Taschenwörterbuch
1.408 Seiten

Englisch Englisch-Deutsch /Deutsch-Englisch
Hrsg. von der Langenscheidt-Redaktion
1440 S., rund 120.000 Stichw. u. Wendungen.
Extra: Langenscheidt Verb-Fix Englisch (3 vierseitige Schiebetafeln) Gebunden
Preis: 22,90 Euro

Langenscheidt - Uwb
Langenscheidt - Universal-Wörterbuch
Englisch
DE-UK / UK-DE

Gebundene Ausgabe: 672 Seiten
Verlag: Langenscheidt, Mchn. (1. Februar 2008)
Sprache: Deutsch, Englisch


Kurzbeschreibung Das neu bearbeitete Universal-Wörterbuch Englisch, herausgegeben vom Langenscheidt Fremdsprachenverlag beinhaltet über 36.000 Stichwörter und Wendungen mit klaren Bedeutungsdifferenzierungen und zahlreichen Anwendungsbeispielen. Neben dem allgemeinen Wortschatz gibt es viele Einträge aus den Bereichen Reise, Freizeit, Gastronomie, Sport und Fitness. Komplett neu ist der große Extrateil mit vielen Reisetipps von A - Z. Außerdem umfasst das Wörterbuch Informationen zu Zahlen, Speisekarten und einen Mini-Dolmetscher für wichtige Sprechsituationen. Mit den blauen Stichwörtern ist eine sehr schnelle Orientierung möglich. Zum schnellen Nachschlagen auf Reisen und für den fremdsprachlichen Anfangsunterricht.


Liberman, Anatoly
Word Origins... and How We Know Them
Etymology for Everyone

Taschenbuch: 336 Seiten
Verlag: Oxford Univ Pr (30. April 2009)
Sprache: Englisch


Synopsis
Word Origins is the only guide to the science and process of etymology for the layperson. This funny, charming, and conversational book not only tells the known origins of hundreds of words, but also shows how their origins were determined. Liberman, an internationally acclaimed etymologist, takes the reader by the hand and explains the many ways that English words can be made, and the many ways in which etymologists try to unearth the origins of words. Part history, part how-to, and completely entertaining, Word Origins invites readers behind the scenes to watch an etymologist at work.


Gebundene Ausgabe: 288 Seiten
Verlag: Oxford University Press (März 2005)
Sprache: Englisch


Synopsis
"Millions of people want to know the origin of the words they use. Word columns in daily newspapers and numerous books attempt to satisfy their curiosity. Word histories are usually digested like pills: the user is interested in getting well, not in the chemistry of the prescribed medication. Those who send letters to the Editor also want a straight answer without bothering about how "editors" come by their knowledge. Therefore, they fail to realize that etymologies are seldom definitive and that the science of etymology is intensely interesting. Perhaps if someone explained to them that, compared to the drama of words, Hamlet is a light farce, they might develop a more informed attitude toward philological research and become students of historical linguistics rather than gullible consumers of journalists' pap." This is how Anatoly Liberman begins Etymology for Everyone, the only guide to the science and process of etymology for the layperson. This funny, charming, and conversational book not only tells the known origins of hundreds of words, but also shows how their origins were determined. Liberman, a world-renowned etymologist, takes the reader by the hand and explains the many ways that English words can be made, and the many ways in which etymologists try to unearth the origins of words. Part history, part how-to, and completely entertaining, Etymology for Everyone invites readers behind the scenes to watch an etymologist at work.


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McKee, Richard
The Clan of the Flapdragon and other Adventures in Etymology
by B.M.W. Schrapnel, PhD

Gebundene Ausgabe: 224 Seiten
Verlag: University of Alabama Press (November 1997)
Sprache: Englisch


With the advent of B. M. W. Schrapnel, Ph.D., it seems that etymology has found its P. D. Q. Bach. Just as Peter Schickele - "discoverer" of several manuscripts of P. D. Q. Bach, last child of the prolific Johann Sebastian - lampoons baroque music and its performance with P. D. Q.'s schleptets and serenudes, so does Richard McKee, creator of B. M. W., parody Safirean language mavens, and nearly everyone else. The essays in "The Clan of the Flapdragon" and their accompanying "letters from readers," which originally appeared in the literary magazine Oasis, are dense, satiric, and at times quite academic. Does the "Bop 'Til You Drop" bumpersticker on a late-model Lincoln advocate that you dance all night, jazz it up till the wee hours, or "fornicate until you faint"? If poon is a type of East Indian tree and tang is (a) a Chinese dynasty; (b) the small end of a knife; or (c) a verb meaning "to ring loudly," then "how in the bloody hell poontang is synonymous with sexual intercourse ... beats the poop out of me!" In "What to Buy Your Wordmonger," Schrapnel recommends a specific Shakespeare edition: "It is a 1937 edition, but you know the Bard. He has not written a word lately." The same essay advises that "if noxious sedatives are your bent, there is The Bridges of Madison County (still) and its author's relapse, Slow Waltz in Cedar Bend." And in a speech to the International Society for Unbelievably Preposterous Prose, Schrapnel tells writers hoping to be published that "if you are unbelievably lucky and somehow drop your manuscript on the right desk at the right time ... well, think of all of those postage stamps as lottery tickets."

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The pseudonymous critic featured in this book satirizes a variety of subjects in and out of academe. It includes lampoons on writing, language, and literature in a spoof of contemporary culture.


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Poole, Steven
A Word for Every Day of the Year

(E?)(L?) https://www.quercusbooks.co.uk/titles/steven-poole-3/a-word-for-every-day-of-the-year/9781787478596/

A weird and wonderful word and its meaning for every day of the year.

Who knew that to "dringle" is to "waste time in a lazy lingering manner"? Or that a sudden happy ending could be termed a "eucotastrophe"? Looking for an alternative word to "bullshit"? Then try "taradiddle".

A Word for Every Day of the Year is a fascinating collection of 366 words and their definitions, perfect for anyone who loves the richness of the English language, its diversity and wants to expand their vocabulary. Each day offers a rare and remarkable word with its history and definition and occasionally a challenge to include it in our lives.


Erstellt: 2021-07

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Rawson, Hugh
Wicked Words
A Treasury of Curses, Insults, Put-Downs, and Other Formerly Unprintable Terms from Anglo-Saxon Times to the Present

(E?)(L?) http://english.360elib.com/datu/P/EM383725.pdf

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Very few animal names have not been used as epithets at one time or another. From general terms such as "beast", "brute", and "animal" itself, to such specifics as "coon", "crab", "hog", "jackass", "jellyfish", "rattlesnake", "skunk", "wolf", and "worm", the effect is to deny the target his or her humanity. Birds are particularly popular in the lexicon of animal derogation, especially as insults for the human female, a. k. a. "chicken", "goose", "hen", "cjuail", and, of course, "bird", as well as for anyone who is lacking in brains, i.e., "as dumb as a dodo", "as crazy as a coot", "cuckoo", or a "dupe" (from de huppe, the hoopoe, an Old World bird). Other prominent representatives of the animal kingdom in this category of insult include: the horse (the female harridan, jade, and nag all have equine origins),- various types of dog, e.g., "bitch", "cur", "mongrel", "mutt" (which actually comes from "mutton"), and puppy-, such insects and vermin as the "drone", "flea", "fly", "louse", "maggot", and "termite" (the last being an especially popular American metaphor for their Vietnamese opponents during the long war in that country),- and other primates, including "ape", "baboon", "gorilla", and "monkey". Only rarely does the traffic go the other way, with derogatory human terms being applied to animals. "Parasite" is one such. To the ancient Greeks, the term denoted a professional diner-out—one who paid for his meals by flattering his host, biologists didn't begin using parasite until the eighteenth century.

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(E?)(L?) http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/611649.Wicked_Words

The author of Crown's "A Dictionary of Euphemisms and Other Doubletalk" has fun at the other end of the language spectrum in this witty, anecdote-filled guide to the many impolite, insulting, and just plain "bad" words with which the English language is blessed. Line drawings.

Paperback, 448 pages
Published September 1st 1992 by Three Rivers Press (first published September 1st 1989)
ISBN 0517590891 (ISBN13: 9780517590898)
Edition Language: English


(E?)(L?) http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/004485484


(E?)(L?) http://articles.latimes.com/1990-02-18/books/bk-1728_1_word-watchers-quotes-meanings

Two books about words, the first a little on the scholarly side but fascinating, especially for word buffs; the second intended for those who read and run, who do crosswords on the bus and who enjoy a flurry of light verse.


Erstellt: 2016-02

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Smith, Chrysti M.
Verbivore's Feast: A Banquet of Word & Phrase Origins


What led to the expression "let the cat out of the bag"? Why do we call blondes "towheads"? For Pete's sake, what is a fangle? In this humorous and engaging collection of word origins and histories, the famed host of the "Chrysti the Wordsmith" series (heard on Yellowstone Public Radio, Montana Public Radio, Montana State University's KGLT-FM, and Armed Forces Radio and Television Service) shares the stories behind the words. This irresistible medley is a must for word lovers everywhere.


Erstellt: 2014-08

Steinmetz, Sol
Kipfer, Barbara Ann (Autor)
The Life of Language
The Fascinating Ways Words are Born, Live & Die

Taschenbuch: 400 Seiten
Verlag: Random House Reference (11. Juli 2006)
Sprache: Englisch


Kurzbeschreibung
If time travelers from the nineteenth century dropped in on us, our strange vocabulary would shock them just as much as our TVs, cars, and computers. Society changes, and so does its word stock. The Life of Language reveals how pop culture, business, technology, and other forces of globalization expand and enrich the English language, forming thousands of new words every year. In this fascinating and jargon-free guide, lexicographers Kipfer and Steinmetz reconstruct the births of thousands of words, including infantries, poz, mobs, Soho, dinks, choo choos, frankenfoods, LOL, narcs and perps.


Stockwell, Robert
Minkova, Donka
English Words - History and Structure

Paperback: 234 pages
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 2nd edition (April 20, 2009)
Language: English


Synopsis
English Words: History and Structure is concerned primarily with the learned vocabulary of English, the words borrowed from the classical languages. It surveys the historical events that define the layers of vocabulary in English, introduces some of the basic principles of linguistic analysis, and is a helpful manual for vocabulary discernment and enrichment. Exercises accompanying each chapter and further readings on recent loans and the legal and medical vocabulary of English will be available online in the near future. * Introduces students to some basic linguistic terms needed for the discussion of phonological and morphological changes accompanying word formation * Designed to lead students to a finer appreciation of their language and greater ability to recognize relationships between words and discriminate between meanings * An informative appendix discusses the history and usefulness of the best known British and American dictionaries * Online readings and exercises to deepen and strengthen knowledge acquired in the classroom


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Tulloch, Alexander (Autor)
Word Routes
Journeys Through Etymology

Taschenbuch: 205 Seiten
Verlag: Peter Owen Ltd (9. Dezember 2004)
Sprache: Englisch


Synopsis
Why aren't bald eagles bald? Why are gnomes in fact enormous? What connects Russian bears with videos? The answers can all be found in the history of the words themselves, and in Word Routes Alexander Tulloch gives us the fascinating stories behind more than five hundred of them. Language sleuth (meaning 'one who follows a path') Tulloch traces the routes of more than five hundred English words through time and across the globe. He shows us the surprising, amusing twists, turns and encounters between words on their long journeys into modern English. For instance the Keres, Greek goddesses of destruction who haunted Homeric battlefields dressed in blood-soaked robes, would probably be a little miffed to learn that the only decay with which they are today synonymous is tooth decay, or caries. Neither a straightforward dictionary of etymology nor a linear history of language, Word Routes an entertaining alphabetical guide to the stories behind many everyday words. It is an ideal book for journalists, teachers, historians or simply anyone who is interested in the fascinating story of the English language.


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