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- the absence of the lens of the eye.
- Exhibiting aphakia; lacking the lens of the eye.
- One who has aphakia.
- A piece of excavating equipment consisting of a digging bucket or scoop on the end of an articulated arm, drawn backwards to move earth.
- A multi-purpose tractor with a front-mounted loading bucket and a rear-mounted digging bucket.
- To excavate using such equipment.
- A protective cone-shaped hood with lappets for wrapping around the neck, used especially by Turks and Cossacks.
- A member of one of the historical aboriginal peoples of Canada.
- The extinct language of these people.
- To shake roughly or violently.
- To bestow thanks upon; to thank.
- To think about, to recollect.
- To think (something or somebody) or (followed by clause); to remind oneself, to consider, to reflect upon.
- To meditate, ponder; to consider.
- To determine, resolve.
- Given to reading; fond of study; better acquainted with books than with people; learned from books.
- Characterized by a method of expression generally found in books.
- Term of endearment for a young boy, or a young man.
- Term of endearment for any special male with whom one is familiar.
- Like a dandy; foppish; swellish.
- A city in Uzbekistan, founded in the 6th century
- A disc-like throwing weapon originally from India.
- An old Indian coin.
- A domestic spinning wheel, used mostly for spinning cotton
- Having a pattern of checks; checkered.
- Of syllables, having a coda.
- Of consonants, glottalized.
- One who checks something.
- The clerk who tallies cost of purchases and accepts payment.
- A playing piece in the game of checkers (British: draughts).
- To mark in a pattern of alternating light and dark positions, like a checkerboard.
- To develop markings in a pattern of alternating light and dark positions, like a checkerboard.
- The fruit of the wild service tree or chequer tree, syn.
- Having some specific type of cheek.
- A rubber ring that holds the bit high in the horse's mouth.
- A member of the Cheka.
- A Slavic guerrilla fighter in the Balkans.
- An ultra-nationalist Serb.
- A bird, Pipilo erythrophthalmus, the Eastern towhee.
- a Turkish tobacco pipe
- A traditional open-sided dwelling built by the Native Americans of Florida.
- A turn or kink in a rope.
- To chink or jingle
- To tinkle or cause to tinkle; produce a continued chinking sound
- A ringing sound of low volume
- A political purge in Russia.
- Tightly packed, especially with people.
- The process in which a person's airway becomes blocked, resulting in asphyxia in cases that are not treated promptly.
- The act of coughing when a foreign object (i.e. food, beverages) becomes lodged in a person's airway.
- A small or young domestic fowl; a chick.
- One who chucks; a thrower.
- A bowler who throws or chucks the ball rather than bowls it.
- A quiet laugh.
- To laugh quietly or inwardly.
- To communicate through chuckling.
- To make the sound of a chicken; to cluck.
- To call together, or call to follow, as a hen calls her chickens; to cluck.
- To fondle; to indulge or pamper.
- One of the six playing periods, each of 7½ minutes, of a game of polo.
- A game in which trinkets are set upon sticks, to be thrown at by the players; -- so called from an ancient popular sport which consisted in shying or throwing cudgels at live cocks.
- An object at which stones are flung.
- A loose and brightly colored African shirt.
- A small village and military encampment in the Indian-administered part of the disputed region of Jammu and Kashmir, near Aksai Chin and the
- A bird, the European goatsucker.
- An open horse-drawn carriage, especially in Russia.
- Characteristically resembling a duck; somewhat ducklike
- Any of several minor characters in the Old Testament, including the father of Samuel.
- name of Biblical origin.
- a village in Logan County, Illinois, USA.
- a city in Elkhart County, Indiana, USA.
- a city in Polk County, Iowa, USA.
- a city in Kansas, USA, and the county seat of Morton County.
- a town in Anderson County, Texas, USA.
- The horn of an elk
- A highly-branched coral ( supposed to resemble the horns of an elk
- A hook with an eye or ring attached.
- In the style of folk music
- The Old English runic alphabet
- Any of several birds of prey, principally in the genus, Accipiter.
- A two-wheeled cart used in Asia.
- Advocacy of a position when motivated by political allegiance, public relations interests, or for other reasons considered crass compared to personal conviction.
- The use of hacks (ingenious but inelegant techniques).
- A marine fish, Melanogrammus aeglefinus, of the North Atlantic, important as a food fish.
- Resembling a hag or some aspect of one; hideous, cronelike.
- Chinese maritime customs
- A small city in Minnesota, USA
- A swinging couch or bed, usually made of netting or canvas about six feet wide, suspended by clews or cords at the ends.
- A piece of land thickly wooded, and usually covered with bushes and vines.
- to lie in a hammock
- (of a cloth) to hang in a way that resembles a hammock
- to make something be wrapped tight, like in a hammock
- The act of harking back; a reversion or return.
- derived from the given name
- A Jewish surname derived from the equivalent of English Ezekiel.
- name transferred from the surnames.
- A general-purpose purely functional programming language with support for recursive functions and pattern matching.
- A city in Texas, USA
- A dense clump of grass or vegetation; a tussock.
- A cushion used primarily in churches for kneeling on while praying.
- A thick cushion used as a seat; an ottoman or pouffe.
- Resembling a hat.
- A coat of mail; especially, the long coat of mail of the European Middle Ages, as contrasted with the habergeon, which is shorter and sometimes sleeveless.
- Any dandelion-like flower of the genera and in the family Asteraceae.
- Supportive of warlike foreign policy; bellicose; inclined toward military action.
- Favouring increasing interest rates; inclined towards increasing interest rates.
- A tool used for moving hay; a pitchfork.
- A freestanding vertical drying-rack for animal fodder.
- A rake for collecting hay; especially, a large rake drawn by a horse or horses.
- To listen; to attend or give heed to what is uttered; to hear with attention, obedience, or compliance.
- To hear by listening.
- To hear with attention; to regard.
- To enquire; to seek information.
- Any of the poisonous umbelliferous plants, of the genera
- Conium, either Conium maculatum or
- Cicuta, water hemlock plant.
- The poison obtained from these Conium and Cicuta plants.
- Any of several coniferous trees, of the genus Tsuga, that grow in North America; the wood of such trees.
- Resembling a hen.
- A village in Illinois.
- A town in South Dakota.
- Resembling or characteristic of a hick, or unsophisticated rural person.
- a city in Kentucky, USA
- Of or pertaining to the hickory tree or its wood.
- Any of various deciduous hardwood trees of the genus Carya or
- The wood of these trees.
- Tricky and/or humorous behaviour.
- Resembling a hip (joint of the body) or some aspect of one.
- a large village in District, Essex, England,
- an inner city area in Birmingham, England.
- an unincorporated community in Texas, USA.
- unincorporated communities in and Virginia, USA.
- a village in the town of Ontario, Canada.
- A type of cornbread or cornmeal cake, made of water and salt. It was originally baked before the fire or in the ashes on a type of iron pan called a hoe (not a gardening hoe!) now it is fried in cooking oil in a skillet.
- Resembling a hoe or some aspect of one.
- A sharp steep-sided ridge formed by the erosion of tilting strata
- A hogframe.
- A Viking grave marker taking the form of a recumbent monument, generally with a curved (hogbacked) ridge and outwardly curved sides.
- Resembling a hog or some aspect of one; piglike.
- Leather tanned from a hog's skin.
- An archaeological culture that existed from the 1st to 15th century BCE in the desert of present day Arizona.
- a home rule municipality in Colorado, USA, and the county seat of Named after Holyoke in Massachusetts.
- a city in Massachusetts, USA, named after
- A sound that honks.
- Having a bad smell.
- The penalized action of using one's stick to restrain an opponent.
- someone who uses a hook
- A hemp sack used for holding hops.
- A coarse, loosely-woven clothing fabric.
- A plant, possibly burdock.
- Large and bulky.
- Tall and heavily built.
- A kind of sloping embankment used as a coastal defence.
- A small part of a sail lowered in a gale to keep the ship’s head to the sea.
- A small hill; a hillock; a knoll.
- A ridge or hill of ice in an ice field.
- A running footman; a messenger.
- A town in Maryland.
- A meeting of neighbours or friends to assist in husking maize.
- Resembling a hut.
- Octopuses, squids and cuttles.
- A small portable container, often made of horn, used to carry ink.
- Pedantic, obscurely scholarly.
- The writing of polemical letters or articles.
- The capital city of Udmurtia, Russia
- A native or inhabitant of the American state of Kansas.
- Someone associated with the University of Kansas, for example as a student, alum, or sports team member, or as a fan.
- Like a jerk (obnoxious person).
- A vaguely ancestral anthropomorphic spirit being, associated with clouds and rain or personifying the power in the sun, the earth or corn (among other things).
- A wooden doll, as might be given to a child, which represents such a being.
- A masked dancer who represents such a being in a ceremonial dance or masked ceremony.
- A Jewish prayer recited during services, and when mourning the death of a close relative.
- a marine fish found around the southeastern coast of Australia and New Zealand, having a dark bluish-green body with indistinct rows of spots forming narrow irregular bands on the upper sides.
- A city located on the Maui island in Hawaii, United States.
- A sort of covered basket used as a pannier or saddle on the back of a camel.
- A South American bird with a long, slender, horn-like ornament on its head and two sharp spurs on each wing, the horned screamer, Anhima cornuta.
- a small city in Hancock County, Iowa, USA
- a river in West Virginia, USA, which flows into the Ohio River.
- an unincorporated community in Wood County, West Virginia.
- an originally proposed (and rejected) name for the state of West Virginia.
- A small, agile chevrotain of the genus
- The capital of the province of Sindh, Pakistan, situated along the Arabian Sea. It is the largest city in Pakistan.
- A city in Xinjiang, China.
- Kashgar Prefecture.
- The Jewish dietary laws, stating which foods are fit to eat (kosher).
- name, a spelling variant of Catherine.
- A city/village in North Dakota.
- name, originally used in Scotland, popular in all English-speaking countries in the 20th century.
- The dialect of Modern English spoken in Kent.
- A dialect of Old English that was spoken in the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Kent.
- Of or relating to Kent or its inhabitants.
- clownish; boorish
- A traditional Jewish prenuptial agreement that outlines the rights and responsibilities of the groom in relation to the bride.
- The hole in a lock where the key is inserted and turns.
- Any small opening resembling the hole for a key in shape or function.
- A circle cut out of a garment as a decorative effect, typically at the front or back neckline of a dress.
- A hole or excavation in beams intended to be joined together, to receive the key that fastens them.
- A mortise for a key or cotter.
- A transient column of vapor or plasma formed when using high energy beams, such as lasers, for welding or cutting.
- A welding method in which a hole forms in the surface immediately ahead of the puddle in the direction of welding. The hole is filled as the weld progresses.
- The free-throw lane together with the circle surrounding the free-throw line; key.
- To strike a target after wobbling in flight so that the long axis of the bullet does not follow the line of flight; typically due to insufficient spin resulting from the rifling in the barrel.
- A coarse homespun cotton cloth from India.
- A hot wind in Egypt which blows (for about 50 days) from the desert, bringing with it sand.
- A region or place ruled by a khan.
- A kind of dagger used in certain Arabian countries.
- definition the hereditary monarch of Egypt from 1805-1914, nominally ruling as a viceroy of the Sultan of Turkey.
- A derivative of chromone and furan with lipophilic and vasodilatory properties, found in the plant Ammi visnaga.
- A port city on the Dnieper in Ukraine, administrative centre of Kherson province.
- Kherson province (oblast), in southern Ukraine.
- The robe or mantle worn by Muslim dervishes.
- Transliteration of a male given name of Persian origin.
- A talk or sermon delivered in mosques before the Friday prayer, or at other special occasions.
- A blessing recited over wine or grape juice in commemoration of the sanctity of the Shabbat or other Jewish holy day.
- relation or connection by blood, marriage or adoption
- relation or connection by nature or character
- A member of a nomadic Turkic tribal confederation that overran the Eurasian steppe in mid-11th century.
- of or relating to the Kipchak people or their language
- the Turkic language of the Kipchak people
- Having the nature of kitsch.
- Any member of a Native American tribe formerly living along the Klamath River in California and Oregon.
- The language of this tribe (also known as Klamath-Modoc).
- A county in southern Oregon.
- A former county in northern California.
- klootchman: woman, wife (especially if Native American).
- Having the characteristics of a knave; mischievous, roguish, waggish, rascally or impertinent
- A farming collective in the former Soviet Union.
- A jester or trickster in the Kachina religion of the Pueblo Indians of the southwestern USA, also called a sacred clown.
- A deity worshiped across many traditions of Hinduism. Krishna is often depicted as a young cowherd boy with a dark or blue complexion playing a flute (as in the Bhagavata Purana) or a youthful prince giving philosophical direction and guidance (as in the Bhagavad Gita) He is the divine speaker of the Bhagavad Gita and the eighth avatar of Vishnu.
- A river in southern India.
- A district in South Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
- name and a surname used in India.
- The Tocharian B language.
- A whip or strap about a yard in length.
- To beat with a kurbash.
- Indo-Iranian language of Kurdistan (In the Mesopotamia region, from the Zagros of mid-western Iran to the eastern extension of the chain of the Taurus Mountains).
- of, from, or pertaining to Kurdistan, the Kurdish people or the Kurdish language
- The spiritual process of focusing on one's shared connection with a loved one.
- A Greek island in the south-east Ionian Sea at the opening to the Aegean Sea.
- The Hindu goddess of wealth, the consort of Vishnu and married to Rama (in her incarnation as Sita) and Krishna (as Rukmini and Radha).
- name used in India.
- joky; mischievously high-spirited
- Resembling a leek, especially in colour.
- flat egg noodles in Yiddish cuisine
- a small city in Kansas, USA.
- A city in southern Ontario, suburb of Toronto.
- A large wild goat, found in the western Himalayas.
- Feeling sick, queasy.
- Sickening or insipid in taste or smell.
- Excessively or falsely sentimental; showing a sickly excess of sentiment.
- a former currency of Abyssinia.
- mock; counterfeit; sham
- Pertaining to, or resembling a monk or monasticism.
- Tending to self-denial; ascetic.
- A hook on a pole to pull down boughs for gathering nuts.
- A thief who steals by means of a hook.
- A bailiff who metaphorically hooks or seizes malefactors; a policeman; a constable.
- a small city in Nebraska, USA
- a city and a town in Wisconsin, USA; the city is the county seat of Winnebago County.
- Of or relating to a peak or peaks; belonging to a mountainous region.
- Having peaks; peaked.
- Having thin or sharp features, as from sickness; sickly; peaky.
- A suburb in the London Borough of Southwark, England.
- mildly hungry1860. John Camden Hotten. A dictionary of modern slang, cant, and vulgar words page 188.
- irritable; crotchety
- Of or pertaining to Peckham, a place in Southwark London.
- Native to Peckham.
- resembling pork
- An S-shaped iron hook used to suspend a cooking pot over a fire.
- A crooked stroke in writing; a scrawl.
- name. It is a common name mostly among Hindus, with some usage among Jains, Sikhs and recently Indic Christians. The name is encountered in variant forms in the Indian Union, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Mauritius, and other countries where Indic races (i.e., people of East Indian origin) live.
- mischievous; excessively playful.
- Reminiscent of the punk subculture.
- Slightly punk.
- A town in Russia
- The sister of Laban; Isaac's wife; the mother of Jacob and Esau.
- name, a less-common variant of Rebecca.
- To check again.
- The act of checking again; reverification.
- To think again about a problem.
- The act of thinking again about something.
- Like a rock; stony; hard; callous
- That has the characteristics of rock music.
- A person who follows a particular sadhana, or goal-directed spiritual practice.
- One of the six schools of classical Indian philosophy.
- Commodity that is shoddy or inferior.
- A person who is easily taken advantage of.
- The goddess of death, war, violence, plague, and medicine; one of the "Eyes / Daughters of Ra", the consort of Ptah; depicted as having the head of a lioness.
- A restraint fit over a human or animal appendage, such as a wrist, ankle or finger. Usually used in plural, to indicate a pair joined by a chain; a hobble.
- A U-shaped piece of metal secured with a pin or bolt across the opening, or a hinged metal loop secured with a quick-release locking pin mechanism.
- A restraint on one's action, activity, or progress.
- A fetter-like band worn as an ornament.
- A link for connecting railroad cars; a drawlink or draglink.
- To restrain using shackles; to place in shackles.
- By extension, to render immobile or incapable; to inhibit the progress or abilities of someone or something.
- A movement that shakes.
- A billon of gold and copper that can be treated to form a dark indigo patina resembling lacquer.
- name used commonly in India.
- Having a shank.
- Affected with disease of the shank or footstalk
- One who lives by trickery; a conman.
- drunk, drunkard
- A type of small wooden boat
- A hunter or tracker, especially in the Indian subcontinent.
- One who shirks a duty or responsibility.
- One who is lazy.
- A member of the Japanese warrior gentry or middle class, formerly called
- surprised, startled, confused, or taken aback.
- One who or that which shocks or startles.
- A device for giving electric shocks.
- A particular hand gesture with a sexual connotation.
- Sexual act related to the shocker hand gesture: two in the pink, one in the stink.
- Inclined to shriek, or characterised by shrieks.
- Characteristic of a shrink (psychologist).
- Someone who shucks oysters, clams, corn (maize), walnuts, etc.
- Someone who shucks or removes something.
- A device that shucks produce, such as a corn shucker.
- Somewhat sick, but not seriously so.
- A revealed, monotheistic religion originating in northern India, in the 16th century, through Guru Nanak and his successors.
- Roughly or hastily laid out; intended for later refinement.
- Resembling a comedy sketch, of sketch quality.
- Of questionable or doubtful quality.
- Suspected of taking part in illicit or dishonorable dealings.
- Disturbing or unnerving, often in such a way that others may suspect them of intending physical or sexual harm or harassment.
- An hook imagined to be suspended in midair.
- An overhead winch.
- A helicopter that lifts and transports heavy objects suspended by a heavy cable.
- A deep two-handled wine cup of Ancient Greece.
- Having the qualities or characteristics of a snake; snaky.
- A large, state-owned farm in the Soviet Union.
- The capital city of Abkhazia, a disputed region on the Black Sea coast.
- spelling of (language)
- spelling of (someone from Tadzhikistan)
- To make thicker (in the sense of wider).
- To make thicker (in the sense of more viscous).
- To become thicker (in the sense of wider).
- To become thicker (in the sense of more viscous).
- To strengthen; to confirm.
- To make more frequent.
- A dense, but generally small, growth of shrubs, bushes or small trees; a copse.
- A dense aggregation of other things, concrete or abstract.
- The collection of many small linked files created when a document is saved in HTML format by some word processors and web site creation software.
- One who spends time thinking, contemplating or meditating.
- An intellectual, such as a philosopher or theologian.
- The official language of Turkey and Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
- Of, from, or pertaining to Turkey, the Turkish people or the Turkish language.
- An underground chamber in which to keep cool during the heat of the day.
- To remove a checkmark.
- To remove a previously checked-in passenger from the check-in system, allowing changes to the ticket.
- To clear (something choked) by removing the blockage.
- Lack or absence of thanks or thankfulness; thanklessness; unthankfulness; ill-will.
- Harm; injury; misfortune.
- To recant; unsay, as what has been said by way of acknowledgement.
- To undo or withcall one's thankfulness; negate, cancel, or revoke one's thanks.
- To undo the process of thinking.
- Tired; fatigued.
- Intoxicated on drugs.
- One who, or something which, whacks.
- Anything large; a whopper.
- Having whelks; whelky.
- That part of the beard which grows upon the sides of the face, usually of the male, or upon the chin, or upon both.
- A hair of the beard.
- One of the long, projecting hairs growing at the sides of the mouth of a cat, or other animal.
- The (very small) distance between two things.
- Spreaders from the bows to spread the bowsprit shrouds.
- A graphic element that shows the maxima and minima in a box plot.
- One who, or that which, whisks, or moves with a quick, sweeping motion.
- A small that forms on metal.
- A basket; especially, a straw provender basket.
- A small lathe for turning wooden pins.
- A shallow drinking bowl.
- A village in Hampshire, England.
- A veil worn by Muslim women to cover parts of the face when they are in public.