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- Fairly good; considerable.
- General Telephone & Electric Corporation, a former American telephone company.
- A round, traditionally wooden container of lesser capacity than a barrel, often used to store beer.
- To store in a keg.
- A light breeze.
- A blood-sucking fly of the family Tabanidae; a gadfly, a horsefly.
- Any species of the genus Octodon, especially a small, caviomorph rodent native to Chile.
- Sediment in a liquid.
- By extension, the lowest and most worthless part of something.
- nervous, apprehensive
- creatively challenging; cutting edge; leading edge
- on the edge between acceptable and offensive; pushing the boundaries of good taste; risqué
- Having some of the forms, such as drapery or the like, too sharply defined.
- Cool by virtue of being tough, dark, or badass.
- Covered with or dipped in egg.
- Resembling eggs in some way.
- Of or relating to an egg or eggs
- A forge used for smelting tin.
- A playful or competitive activity.
- A playful activity that may be unstructured; an amusement or pastime.
- An activity described by a set of rules, especially for the purpose of entertainment, often competitive or having an explicit goal.
- A particular instance of playing a game; match.
- That which is gained, such as the stake in a game.
- The number of points necessary to win a game.
- In some games, a point awarded to the player whose cards add up to the largest sum.
- The equipment that enables such activity, particularly as packaged under a title.
- One's manner, style, or performance in playing a game.
- A video game.
- A field of gainful activity, as an industry or profession.
- Something that resembles a game with rules, despite not being designed.
- An exercise simulating warfare, whether computerized or involving human participants.
- Wild animals hunted for food.
- The ability to seduce someone, usually by strategy.
- A questionable or unethical practice in pursuit of a goal; a scheme.
- Willing to participate.
- That shows a tendency to continue to fight against another animal, despite being wounded, often severely.
- Persistent, especially in senses similar to the above.
- Injured, lame (of a limb).
- To gamble.
- To play video games and be a gamer.
- To exploit loopholes in a system or bureaucracy in a way which defeats or nullifies the spirit of the rules in effect, usually to obtain a result which otherwise would be unobtainable.
- To perform premeditated seduction strategy.
- To open the mouth wide, especially involuntarily, as in a yawn, anger, or surprise.
- To stare in wonder.
- To open wide; to display a gap.
- Of a cat: to open the passage to the vomeronasal organ, analogous to the flehming in other animals.
- An act of gaping; a yawn.
- A large opening.
- A disease in poultry caused by gapeworm in the windpipe, a symptom of which is frequent gaping.
- The width of an opening.
- The maximum opening of the mouth (of a bird, fish, etc.) when it is open.
- A carnival performer specializing in bizarre and unappetizing behavior.
- A person who is intensely interested in a particular field or hobby and often having limited or nonstandard social skills. Often used with an attributive noun.
- An expert in a technical field, particularly one having to do with computers.
- The subculture of geeks; an esoteric subject of interest that is marginal to the social mainstream; the philosophy, events, and physical artifacts of geeks.
- An unfashionable or socially undesirable person.
- To behave geekishly or in a socially awkward manner, especially when under the influence of drugs or other psycho-active substances, and exhibiting such marked characteristics as hyperactivity, repetitiveness, talkativeness, nervousness, irritability, or paranoia.
- A look.
- To look; to peep; to stare about intently.
- A lunatic.
- Gilding; gilt.
- A gelding.
- tribute; tax
- Money, especially that given as a gift on Hanukkah or used in games of dreidel.
- Chocolate candy in the shape of coins, usually wrapped in metallic foil, usually eaten on Hanukkah and often used for games of dreidel.
- A city in the province of Limburg, Belgium
- geography, mainly as a school subject
- A hypothetical electromagnetic or gravitational wave held together in a confined region by the gravitational attraction of its own field energy.
- Any of a group of geometric forms capable of being recognised as a component of a real object
- A firework that produces a fountain of sparks
- The Albanian language spoken in Northern Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and southern Serbia.
- To move, shift, provide something abstract or concrete to someone or something or somewhere.
- To transfer one's possession or holding of (something) to (someone).
- To make a present or gift of.
- To pledge.
- To provide (something) to (someone), to allow or afford.
- To cause (a sensation or feeling) to exist in.
- To carry out (a physical interaction) with (something).
- To pass (something) into (someone's) hand or the like.
- To cause (a disease or condition) in, or to transmit (a disease or condition) to.
- To estimate or predict (a duration or probability) for (something).
- To yield slightly when a force is applied.
- To collapse under pressure or force.
- To provide, as, a service or a broadcast.
- To lead (onto or into).
- To provide a view of.
- To exhibit as a product or result; to produce; to yield.
- To cause; to make; used with the infinitive.
- To allow or admit by way of supposition.
- To attribute; to assign; to adjudge.
- To communicate or announce (advice, tidings, etc.); to pronounce or utter (an opinion, a judgment, a shout, etc.).
- To grant power or permission to; to allow.
- To devote or apply (oneself).
- To become soft or moist.
- To shed tears; to weep.
- To have a misgiving.
- To be going on, to be occurring
- The amount of bending that something undergoes when a force is applied to it.
- To glance.
- A look or glance.
- A type of hydric soil, sticky, greenish-blue-grey in colour and low in oxygen.
- To be converted into this kind of soil.
- To squint; to look obliquely; to overlook things.
- A hard gelatin made by boiling bones and hides, used in solution as an adhesive; or any sticky adhesive substance.
- To join or attach something using glue.
- To cause something to adhere closely to; to follow attentively.
- An English and Scottish male given name, diminutive of Gregory or Gregor (and sometimes derived from the surname Greig)
- A program which selects lines in a file which match a given pattern.
- To use a program such as grep to search in a file.
- By extension, to search anything (perhaps a paper document by eye).
- A multicellular aggregate of amoeba.
- A kind of group used in horticultural nomenclature, applied to the progeny of an artificial cross from specified parents.
- The throat; the gullet.
- A roundlet of the sanguine tincture, which is blazoned without mention of the tincture.
- To change tack with the wind crossing behind the boat. (Mostly used of boats and other small sailing craft — the corresponding manoeuver in a sailing ship is to wear.)
- To shift a fore-and-aft sail suddenly and forcefully from one side to the other, while sailing before the wind. (also jibe.)
- To sneer (see gibe.)
- gybe at: to hesitate, vacillate, or balk when faced with a proposal, plan, or course of action. (Obsolete)
- The act of gybing.
- A sudden shift of a sail's angle, or a sudden change in the direction that a boat is sailing.
- A sudden change in direction or approach; vacillation.
- A sneer. (see gibe.)
- Fermented wort used for making vinegar.
- The primary reproductive female caste of social insects (especially ants, wasps, and bees), those destined to become queens.
- fool; clumsy, awkward person
- long-legged person
- silly girl
- a swirling vortex
- a circular current, especially a large-scale ocean current
- A circular motion, or a circle described by a moving body; a turn or revolution; a circuit.
- to whirl
- A shackle or fetter, especially for the leg.
- to shackle, fetter, chain
- Very large.
- Distinctly interesting, significant, important, likeable, well regarded.
- viscous streaks left on the inside of the glass when certain wines are swirled around before tasting
- To lie; to tell lies.
- A double curve in the shape of an elongated S; an object of that shape
- A pointed arch made from two ogees
- An inflection point.
- The malar or cheekbone prominence transitioning into the mid-cheek hollow.
- The bubble-shaped chamber of a pot still that connects the swan neck to the pot and allows distillate to expand, condense, and fall back into the pot.
- A city in Burma near Rangoon.
- Low-grade or commercial-grade marijuana.
- A fin-like structure to the rear of the keel of a vessel that supports the rudder and protects a propeller.
- A similar construction on a boat that acts as a keel.
- A fin that serves to stabilize a surfboard.
- A sort of wild plum.
- A kind of oat.
- A surfer; a person who leads a surfing lifestyle.
- A sheep in its second year or before its first shearing.
- The wool from such a sheep.
- A person who breaks open safes; a burglar.
- An old saying which has obtained credit by long use
- An old saying which has been overused or considered a cliché; a trite maxim
- The goddess/personification of good health and the glow of health, one of the daughters of Asclepius.
- Short for one of the main belt asteroids.
- A high tide in which the water rises to a given level, recedes, and then rises again.
- A low tide in which the water recedes to a given level, rises, and then recedes again.
- In ancient Roman construction, an earthwork; a mound; a raised work.
- Having the faculty of quick motion in the limbs; apt or ready to move; nimble;
- Characterised by quick motion
- Of or relating to a technique for iterative and incremental development of software involving collaboration between teams.
- The cover at the tip of a shoelace, to prevent it from fraying.
- A catkin.
- Wrong in the sense of awry, askew, amiss, or distorted.
- Wrong; askew.
- In ancient Greek music, tempo or pace; rhythmical movement.
- Melodic motion upward or downward by successive scale-steps: same as ductus in medieval music.
- A rigorous training regimen for Spartan men in preparation for army service.
- form; a tidal bore.
- A palm tree (Arenga pinnata, syn. which yields sago, wine, and fibres for ropes.
- A priming tube connecting the charge chamber with the gallery, or place where the slow match is applied.
- to refer to or treat like a dog; to follow like a dog, harass, torment; bully
- to become or behave as a dog
- To envelop in fog.
- To confuse; mystify.
- An element of a lineage, especially of a lineage given in the Bible
- To adorn (as if) with gems
- To cause; to produce.
- To father; to sire; to produce (a child).
- To happen to; befall.
- To exalt to the dignity of a god; to deify.
- A living creature.
- The state or fact of existence, consciousness, or life, or something in such a state.
- That which has actuality (materially or in concept).
- One's basic nature, or the qualities thereof; essence or personality.
- An abode; a cottage.
- Given that; since.
- To furnish with a tag; deck with tags.
- To furnish or cover with a wig; put a wig on.
- A short period of excessive consumption, especially of excessive alcohol consumption.
- A rapid and excessive consumption of food.
- To engage in a short period of excessive consumption, especially of excessive alcohol consumption.
- The Devil.
- A ghost, goblin, or other hostile supernatural creature.
- A bugbear: any terrifying thing.
- One of two sets of wheels under a locomotive or railcar; the structure with axles and wheels under a locomotive, railcar, or semi.
- A bog-standard (representative) specimen taken from the center of production.
- A standard of performance set up as a mark to be aimed at in competition.
- An unidentified aircraft, especially as observed as a spot on a radar screen and suspected to be hostile.
- of: a known hostile aircraft.
- A score of one over par on a hole.
- a piece of mucus in or removed from the nostril.
- To make a bogey.
- A railway carriage.
- A toy similar to a violin bow, consisting of a wooden stick with notches along one or more sides or edges to produce a rattly noise when kratzed (stroked) against a hard edge, lip of container etc.
- various hostile supernatural creatures, especially a ghost.
- of: the wheels under a locomotive, railcar, or semi.
- an unknown or hostile aircraft.
- a booger.
- a score of one over par on a hole.
- a cigarette.
- To bulge or swell out.
- To cause to leak.
- A circular frame on which cadgers carry hawks for sale.
- To beg.
- To obtain something by wit or guile; to convince people to do something they might not normally do.
- To carry hawks and other birds of prey.
- To carry, as a burden.
- To hawk or peddle, as fish, poultry, etc.
- To intrude or live on another meanly; to beg.
- A basketball player.
- A person who drives an automobile, particularly for commuting.
- wary, careful, shrewd.
- Uncommunicative; unwilling or hesitant to give information, reticent.
- To remove from a bag.
- To pull down the trousers quickly without consent of, as a prank.
- To search for and eliminate malfunctioning elements or errors in something, especially a computer program or machinery.
- To remove a hidden electronic surveillance device from (somewhere).
- To remove insects from (somewhere), especially
- The action, or a session, of reviewing source code to find and eliminate errors.
- To remove the moisture or fog from.
- To make intelligible; to free from confusion.
- To condescend; to do despite a perceived affront to one's dignity.
- To condescend to give; to do something.
- To esteem worthy; to consider worth notice.
- name borrowed from Spanish.
- A mournful poem or piece of music composed or performed as a memorial to a dead person.
- A motherless calf in a range herd of cattle; a calf separated from its cow.
- (collectively) The sediment settled at the bottom of a liquid; the lees in a container of unfiltered wine.
- The worst and lowest part of something.
- A city in Minnesota, US.
- That has a sharp planar surface.
- Having an edging of a certain material, color, and so on.
- A tool that is used to trim the edges of a lawn.
- To excrete from the body.
- Any moth of the family Lasiocampidae.
- a town in north Surrey, England.
- Any of various wading birds of the genera Egretta or Ardea that includes herons, many of which are white or buff, and several of which develop fine plumes during the breeding season.
- A plume or tuft of feathers worn as a part of a headdress, or anything imitating such an ornament; an aigrette.
- The flying feathery or hairy crown of seeds or achenes, such as the down of the thistle.
- The crab-eating macaque (Macaca fascicularis)
- country in North Africa. Official name: Arab Republic of Egypt.
- A civilization based around the river Nile, on its lower reaches nearer the Mediterranean.
- The digit/figure 8.
- Any of the four cards in a normal deck with the value eight.
- A light, narrow rowing boat, especially one used in competitive rowing, steered by a cox, in which eight rowers each have two oars.
- A race in which such craft participate.
- An island in a river; an ait.
- eldest; firstborn
- entailed; belonging to the eldest son
- The act or process of adding.
- That which is added.
- A supplementary piece of timber used to lengthen another.
- A mournful or plaintive poem; a funeral song; a poem of lamentation.
- To lengthen out; to prolong.
- To put away; to separate; to keep off.
- potential energy; negative value of the force function
- Work, measured in terms of the quantity of heat to which it is equivalent.
- A task or function of a creature.
- Any fungus in the genus Claviceps which are parasitic on grasses.
- The sclerotium (wintering stage) of certain fungi in the genus Claviceps, appearing as a deformed grain in certain cereals and grasses infected by the fungi.
- To be suitable ( or something).
- To agree, to get along (
- To get on well; to cope, to thrive.
- To eat together.
- To move with a gait between a jog and a trot.
- Irish potato bread; a flat farl, griddle-baked, often served fried.
- A wool pack, traditionally made of jute, now often synthetic.
- A small loaf or bun made with left-over dough.
- A gait of horses between a jog and a trot.
- To make a false copy or version of; to counterfeit.
- To imagine; to invent; to pretend.
- To make an action as if doing one thing, but actually doing another, for example to trick an opponent.
- To hide or conceal.
- To fidget; jostle or shake.
- A shake; fiddle or similar agitation.
- A dull old fellow; a person behind the times, over-conservative, or slow – usually preceded by old.
- A pocket handkerchief
- To manoeuvre; to move around.
- A fungus.
- A fool or simpleton.
- A person who plays any kind of game.
- A person whose hobby is video games.
- A person who games the system.
- Having the smell, taste and texture of consumed game (meat).
- Plucky, spirited or gritty
- Risque, sordid or sexually suggestive
- Thief, rascal, scoundrel.
- One who gapes; a starer.
- Any of several species of burrowing clams.
- The comber, a fish of the species
- The fish
- A fit of yawning.
- A disease of young poultry and other birds, caused by a parasitic nematode worm in the windpipe.
- Capable of being switched on and off (normally by means of a signal).
- Have a gate or other restricted access.
- A thin fabric with a loose, open weave.
- A similar bleached cotton fabric used as a surgical dressing.
- A thin woven metal or plastic mesh.
- Wire gauze, used as fence.
- Mist or haze
- To apply a dressing of gauze
- To mist
- Usury; interest on money.
- A wooden mallet, used by a courtroom judge (not UK), or by a committee chairman, struck against a sounding block to quieten those present, or by an auctioneer to accept the highest bid at auction.
- The legal system as a whole (not UK).
- A mason's setting maul.
- To use a gavel.
- A small heap of grain, not tied up into a bundle.
- A gable.
- An old Venetian coin.
- In Anglo-Saxon law, the owner of an allotment or yard-land, usually consisting of 30 acres; a villein.
- Resembling or characteristic of a geek.
- Very cold; icy or frosty.
- Full of gems; bright; glittering.
- spruce; smart
- A (legislative or judicial) assembly in Anglo-Saxon England.
- Any assembly.
- A succulent berry with a thick rind, the fruit of plants in the genus
- A person from the suburbs (usually hipsters, punk rockers, or hippies) that moves to a low income urban area. Someone who gentrifies. gentrification.
- A nodule of stone having a cavity lined with mineral or crystal matter on the inside wall.
- A diminutive of the male given name Geoffrey.
- The shape that the surface of the oceans of the Earth would take under the influence of the Earth's gravity and rotation alone, extending also through the continents, disregarding other factors such as winds and tides; that is, a surface of constant gravitational potential at zero elevation.
- An ancient Hebrew unit of weight and currency equal to one twentieth of a shekel.
- name occasionally used in English, mostly around 1900.
- That carries germs.
- A diminutive of the female given name Geraldine, also used as a formal given name.
- A diminutive of the male given names Gerald and Gerard.
- A diminutive of the female given name Geraldine.
- Capital city of the province of East Flanders, Belgium.
- One who utters gibes.
- an Irish dance, derived from the jig, used in the Partita form (Baroque Period).
- A sleeveless jacket similar to a waistcoat.
- Something that is easily obtained.
- A tap-in putt, usually a couple inches from the cup.
- One who gives; a donor or contributor.
- An intense, blinding light.
- Showy brilliance; gaudiness.
- An angry or fierce stare.
- A call collision; the situation where an incoming call occurs at the same time as an outgoing call.
- A smooth, bright, glassy surface.
- A viscous, transparent substance; glair.
- To stare angrily.
- To shine brightly.
- To be bright and intense, or ostentatiously splendid.
- To shoot out, or emit, as a dazzling light.
- smooth and bright or translucent; glary
- The fleshy, spore-bearing inner mass of certain fungi.
- Relating to the glebe; turfy; cloddy; fertile; fruitful.
- A live coal, an ember.
- Any of several birds of prey, especially a kite, Milvus milvus.
- To glisten; to gleam.
- Stomach mucus, especially of a hawk.
- Any slimy, viscous substance.
- A urethral discharge, especially as a symptom of gonorrhoea.
- To flow in a thin, limpid humour; to ooze, as gleet.
- To flow slowly, as water.
- To move softly, smoothly, or effortlessly.
- To fly unpowered, as of an aircraft. Also relates to gliding birds and flying fish.
- To cause to glide.
- To pass with a glide, as the voice.
- The act of gliding.
- An attack or preparatory movement made by sliding down the opponent’s blade, keeping it in constant contact.
- A bird, the glede or kite.
- A kind of cap affixed to the base of the legs of furniture to prevent it from damaging the floor.
- One of the two prominences at the posterior extremity of the frog of a horse's foot.
- A hypersphere in 4-dimensional Euclidean space defined as the set of all points that are at a given distance from a given point, also called a 3-sphere.
- To look gloomy, morose, or sullen.
- An item of clothing other than a mitten, covering all or part of the hand and fingers, but allowing independent movement of the fingers.
- A baseball mitt.
- The ability to catch a hit ball.
- A condom.
- To catch the ball in a baseball mitt.
- To put a glove or gloves on.
- To touch a delivery with one's glove while the gloved hand is on the bat. Under the rules of cricket, the batsman is deemed to have hit the ball.
- A comment in the margin; explanatory note; gloss; commentary.
- (False) appearance.
- A specious show, a deceit.
- To extenuate, explain away, gloss over.
- To use flattering language.
- To smooth over; to palliate.
- To give a shine to (something or someone).
- Viscous and adhesive, as glue.
- a basal, membranous, outer sterile husk or bract in the flowers of grasses (Poaceae) and sedges (Cyperaceae)
- A drinking cup.
- A piece of fabric inserted into a garment along a seam or cut to lengthen the free edge, and to make a garment roomier and to add a wavy edge.
- A roller for guiding synthetic filaments during drawing.
- witchcraft, demonic magic, necromancy
- A worker who runs errands; an errand boy.
- A humanoid creature made from clay, animated by magic.
- A roundel purpure (purple circular spot).
- Second-largest city of Belarus.
- Someone (or something) doomed; a hopeless case.
- of or relating to goo
- soft, sticky and viscous
- a town in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England.
- Any of various grazing waterfowl of the family Anatidae, which have feathers and webbed feet and are capable of flying, swimming, and walking on land, and which are bigger than ducks.
- The flesh of the goose used as food.
- A silly person.
- A tailor's iron, heated in live coals or embers, used to press fabrics.
- A young woman or girlfriend.
- To sharply poke or pinch someone's buttocks. Derived from a goose's inclination to bite at a retreating intruder's hindquarters.
- To stimulate, to spur.
- To gently accelerate an automobile or machine, or give repeated small taps on the accelerator.
- Of private-hire taxi drivers, to pick up a passenger who has not pre-booked a cab. This is unauthorised under UK licensing conditions.
- Evergreen shrub, of the genus Ulex, having spiny leaves and yellow flowers.
- A peninsula in southern Wales.
- The act of grazing; a scratching or injuring lightly on passing.
- A light abrasion; a slight scratch.
- To feed or supply (cattle, sheep, etc.) with grass; to furnish pasture for.
- To feed on; to eat (growing herbage); to eat grass from (a pasture); to browse.
- To tend (cattle, etc.) while grazing.
- To rub or touch lightly the surface of (a thing) in passing.
- To cause a slight wound to; to scratch.
- To yield grass for grazing.
- A selfish or excessive desire for more than is needed or deserved, especially of money, wealth, food, or other possessions.
- To welcome in a friendly manner, either in person or through another means e.g. writing or over the phone/internet
- To arrive at or reach, or meet (talking of something which brings joy)
- To accost; to address.
- To meet and give salutations.
- To be perceived by (somebody).
- To weep; to cry.
- Mourning, weeping, lamentation.
- derived from Gregory and Gregor.
- name, a pet form of Gregory, or transferred from the surname.
- A pig, especially a young pig, or its meat; sometimes specifically, a breed of wild pig or boar native to Scotland, now extinct.
- to act as a trainspotter; to partake in the activity or hobby of trainspotting.
- A gree; a step.
- To pierce (something) with a weapon; to wound, to stab.
- To travel something, of a weapon or sharp object.
- To produce a grinding or scraping sound.
- Suffering, hardship.
- Pain of mind arising from misfortune, significant personal loss, misconduct of oneself or others, etc.; sorrow; sadness.
- Cause or instance of sorrow or pain; that which afflicts or distresses; trial.
- To deliberately harass and annoy or cause grief to other players of a game in order to interfere with their enjoyment of it; especially, to do this as one’s primary activity in the game.
- A deep cleft formed in limestone surfaces due to water erosion; providing a unique habitat for plants
- To make a grab (to, towards, at or upon something).
- To seize, grasp.
- To complain; to whine.
- To suffer griping pains.
- To tend to come up into the wind, as a ship which, when sailing close-hauled, requires constant labour at the helm.
- To pinch; to distress. Specifically, to cause pinching and spasmodic pain to the bowels of, as by the effects of certain purgative or indigestible substances.
- A complaint, often a petty or trivial one.
- A wire rope, often used on davits and other life raft launching systems.
- grasp; clutch; grip
- That which is grasped; a handle; a grip.
- A device for grasping or holding anything; a brake to stop a wheel.
- Oppression; cruel exaction; affliction; pinching distress.
- Pinching and spasmodic pain in the intestines.
- The piece of timber that terminates the keel at the fore end; the forefoot.
- The compass or sharpness of a ship's stern under the water, having a tendency to make her keep a good wind.
- An assemblage of ropes, dead-eyes, and hocks, fastened to ringbolts in the deck, to secure the boats when hoisted.
- A vulture, Gyps fulvus; the griffin.
- A thin, watery porridge, formerly fed to the poor
- To exhaust; use up; disable.
- A thick semisolid
- A clot (of blood)
- To reach a partly (or totally) unqualified conclusion.
- To solve by a correct conjecture; to conjecture rightly.
- to suppose (introducing a proposition of uncertain plausibility).
- To think, conclude, or decide (without a connotation of uncertainty). Usually in first person: "I guess".
- To hit upon or reproduce by memory.
- A prediction about the outcome of something, typically made without factual evidence or support.
- Astuteness often marked by a certain sense of cunning or artful deception.
- Deceptiveness, deceit, fraud, duplicity, dishonesty.
- to deceive, to beguile
- To swallow up.
- A whirlpool.
- A single-stringed lute-like stringed instrument with a bowl-shaped body, held vertically in the lap and played a bow, originating among the Slavic peoples in the Balkans, especially in the Dinarides region.
- Fitted with or attached to a guy.
- Fitted to serve as a guy.
- Pertaining to or like a hedge.
- Indecisive, hesitant, noncommittal, unwilling to take a side.
- notably borne by the German philosopher
- A steep crag or cliff, especially one with overhanging sides
- A glen with steep, overhanging sides
- A steep excavation, especially a coal pit
- derived from a diminutive of the given name Roger.
- In Hellenistic astrology, the planet with the greatest essential dignity in five important natal chart positions: the degree of the Sun; the degree of the Moon; the Ascendant; the Lot of Fortune; and the prenatal syzygy (that is, New Moon or Full Moon, whichever most closely preceded the birth).
- A small anchor used for warping a vessel; definition.
- A glutton.
- To warp (a vessel) by carrying out a kedge in a boat, dropping it overboard, and hauling the vessel up to it.
- To move with the help of a kedge, as described above.
- Any of several intense arc lamps used in cinematography
- A shelf on which articles may be laid; also, that which resembles such a shelf in form or use, as a projecting ridge or part, or a molding or edge in joinery.
- A shelf, ridge, or reef, of rocks.
- A layer or stratum.
- A lode; a limited mass of rock bearing valuable mineral.
- A (door or window) lintel.
- A cornice.
- A piece of timber to support the deck, placed athwartship between beams.
- A lege; a legend.
- Abounding in ledges; consisting of a ledge or reef.
- Having long, attractive legs; long-legged.
- Exposing the bare or pantyhose-clad legs, especially the thighs.
- Taller or longer than usual.
- of Chinese origin.
- An animal born to a male lion and a tigress.
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