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- That which is not in accord with dharma, i.e. wrong, immorality, and wickedness.
- soprano or, possibly, virgin
- The ancient search for a universal panacea, and of the philosopher's stone, that eventually developed into chemistry.
- The causing of any sort of mysterious sudden transmutation.
- Any elaborate transformation process or algorithm.
- Cupboard, cabinet or chest of drawers.
- Relating to a Berber caliphate in 12th century Morocco
- Somewhat like alum.
- A large shrub or small tree found in and around water in the African tropics, formerly used to make rafts due to its extremely lightweight wood.
- A raft made from bundles of the stems of this plant.
- A in Colorado
- A town in Maine
- A town in Massachusetts.
- A village in Nebraska
- A town in New Hampshire
- A town and suburb in New York
- A town in Nova Scotia
- A city in Ohio
- A township municipality in Quebec
- A city in Texas
- A town in Victoria, Australia
- A town in Virginia
- A village in Wisconsin
- A type of aphasia in which the ability to speak is lost.
- Of, relating to, or afflicted with aphemia.
- The perpendicular distance from the center of a circle to a chord of the same circle.
- The distance from the center of a regular polygon perpendicular to one of its sides (a special case of the above).
- Feeling shame or guilt.
- Any of the four stages of Hindu spiritual life
- Belief that no deities exist (sometimes including rejection of other religious beliefs).
- Rejection of belief that any deities exist (with or without a belief that no deities exist).
- Absence of belief that any deities exist (including absence of the concept of deities).
- Absence of belief in a particular deity, pantheon, or religious doctrine (notwithstanding belief in other deities).
- The absence of emotion; morbid impassivity.
- The absence of the thymus gland or the suppression of its secretion, also called athymism.
- That lacks a thymus gland
- An arc of the horizon intercepted between the meridian of the place and a vertical circle passing through the center of any object
- The quadrant of an azimuth circle.
- A rogue, ruffian or miscreant.
- Relating to bathmism.
- To charm; fascinate; hold by a charm or spell.
- To mouth the praises of (a person); talk grandiloquently; declaim.
- derived from any of several places.
- Jeremy Bentham, English philosopher and social reformer.
- To compose rhymes about; celebrate in rhyme; make poetry about someone.
- To lampoon.
- To shame; put to shame; make shameful.
- To take hold of or mark with the thumbs; soil or mark with frequent thumbing.
- a cantilever that consists of two active layers: piezoelectric and metal.
- A massive, unlayered, mound-shape body in discordant relationship to the surrounding layered facies which drape over it; thus either a reef or a bank (after Asquith, 1979, p.73).
- A mass of rock constructed from the remains of marine organisms such as coral or algae
- A chemical element (symbol Bi) with an atomic number of 83.
- A single atom of this element.
- A small flaw which spoils the appearance of something, a stain, a spot.
- A moral defect; a character flaw.
- To spoil the appearance of.
- To tarnish (reputation, character, etc.); to defame.
- Related or belonging to a certain family of abugidas used to write many languages of South and Southeast Asia, descended from the
- A village in Buckinghamshire and partly in Slough, Berkshire, England.
- A town in Essex, England; see Burnham-on-Crouch.
- A seaside town in Somerset, England; see Burnham-on-Sea.
- A white transparent waxy crystalline isoprenoid ketone, 1,7,7-trimethylbicyclo[2.2.1]heptan-2-one, with a strong pungent odour, used in pharmacy.
- An inflammatory nodule at the bite site of the reduviid bug which transmits Chagas disease.
- A disc-like throwing weapon originally from India.
- An old Indian coin.
- A signal sounded on a drum or trumpet inviting a parley.
- an obtuse-angled relief or cut at an edge added for a finished appearance and to break sharp edges
- to cut off the edge or corner of something; to bevel
- to cut a groove in something; to flute
- An evergreen shrub native to California, in the botanical family Rosaceae
- an evergreen shrub, found in the southwestern United States
- an evergreen shrub native to California,
- A short-horned goat antelope native to mountainous terrain in southern Europe;
- Soft pliable leather originally made from the skin of chamois (nowadays the hides of deer, sheep, and other species of goat are alternatively used).
- The traditional colour of chamois leather.
- An absorbent cloth used for cleaning and polishing, formerly made of chamois leather.
- A type of Asian tree with fragrant blossoms,
- one who champs or bites
- A power or authority, generally of a spiritual nature, believed to be a freely given gift by the grace of God.
- Bewitched; under a magic spell (cast by a charm).
- impressed by the pleasantness of something
- Having nonzero charm.
- A charming person; one who charms or seduces; a smoothie.
- An enchanter or magician.
- Of or like a chasm.
- Having gaps or a chasm.
- A port and town on the Medway river in Kent, England; the home of the Royal dockyard.
- Any of several other places of the same name:
- a town in Virginia, USA
- An English habitational surname from the place name.
- Collectively, all chefs.
- The state of being a chef.
- A person who specializes in the science of chemistry, especially at a professional level.
- A pharmacist.
- A pharmacy.
- An alchemist.
- an unincorporated CDP in McHenry County, Illinois, USA.
- a town in Chemung County, New York, USA, named after the Chemung River.
- an unincorporated community in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, USA.
- a river in New York State.
- A subdivision of currency, equal to one hundredth of a Bhutanese ngultrum
- A crossing of two nerves, ligaments etc.
- The contact point between the two chromatids of a chromosome during meiosis.
- A conical pipe used for smoking marijuana, usually made of fired clay, porcelain, soapstone, glass or more rarely, wood and 100-150 mm long and 25-35 mm wide at the mouth.
- An instance of chiming; a sound that chimes.
- A short cloak caught up on the shoulder, worn by hunters, soldiers, and horsemen in Ancient Greece.
- One who, or that which, chomps.
- A tooth.
- A white cloth, anointed with chrism, or a white mantle thrown over a child when baptized or christened.
- A child that died within a month after its baptism; so called from the chrisom cloth used as a shroud for it.
- of, relating to, or containing chromium, especially in oxidation state 3
- One of the Chromidae, a family of freshwater fishes abundant in the tropical parts of America and Africa.
- The divalent radical CrO2: or cation CrO22+
- Any book of the Pentateuch.
- The Pentateuch collectively.
- A native American tribe of southern California.
- The language of the tribe.
- To peck at or nibble.
- Any of a family of serine proteases present in mast cells
- Of or pertaining to chyme.
- A gratuity or tip as thanks for a service
- To give or make a present to.
- A former country in Africa, located in present-day Benin.
- stun, stupefy
- bruise the surface of an apple or other fruit by a knock
- injure, damage, generally used as an expletive
- Characterised by noxious vapours; misty, smoky.
- Moderately damp or moist.
- To free from a charm; to disenchant.
- A small village and military encampment in the Indian-administered part of the disputed region of Jammu and Kashmir, near Aksai Chin and the
- Either of a pair of dimorphous substances
- To deprive of a helmet.
- A small mop used for washing dishes.
- The currency of Greece from ancient times until 2001, with the symbol ₯, since replaced by the euro.
- A coin worth one drachma.
- An Ancient Greek weight of about 66.5 grains.
- A later Greek weight equal to a gram.
- Stupid, dull.
- Sad, melancholy.
- The practice of creating words or language by imitating sounds from the environment.
- An ulcerative pyoderma of the skin, caused by bacteria.
- according to; in a way that is conformable to
- Identification with or understanding of the thoughts, feelings, or emotional state of another person.
- A paranormal ability to psychically read another person's emotions.
- fixed; settled; fastened
- To affect with a rheum.
- The moral of a story.
- Any external topical application to the body, except ointments and plasters; a poultice, lotion, etc.
- Resembling a sieve.
- Relating to, or in the region of, the ethmoid bone.
- The ethmoid bone.
- a town in Worcestershire, England.
- a town and borough in Hampshire, England
- a town in western Surrey, England.
- Of, relating to, or characteristic of films, movies, or the film industry; cinematic.
- To move heavily and clumsily.
- Intelligent, perceptive.
- A cotton fabric made from dyed and white yarn woven in checks
- A town in South Dakota, US.
- resembling a gnome; gnomelike
- An English habitational surname from a place in Norfolk whose name means grassy homestead.
- A sneaker or rubber overshoe.
- A detective.
- To act as a detective.
- The capital city of North Holland, Netherlands.
- A magical plant, said to be good against enchantments.
- Holiness; sanctity; sacred honour.
- A sanctuary; lands held of a religious foundation.
- Something regarded as sacred; a holy relic.
- Hooked, or set with hooks; hamate.
- A city/village in North Dakota.
- The bone at the center of a ham
- A ham; an eager or inferior performer
- A certain type of dance that involves making noise with the body, especially by slapping parts of the body with one's hands
- Four consecutive strikes.
- To dance the hambone.
- One of the component states of Germany according to the current administrative division of the nation.
- A city in Germany.
- A city in Arkansas, USA
- A Hamburg chicken.
- The provincial capital of South Hamgyong in North Korea, the country's 2nd-largest city and 3rd-largest port.
- A group of heteromorph ammonites of the Turrilitaceae superfamily, alive during the Cretaceous.
- of or pertaining to the Hamites or to the Hamitic languages
- A group of languages spoken in Egypt and neighbouring countries
- 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
- derived from several different Norman given names (related to Henry and Norwegian Amund).
- name transferred from the surname.
- A number of places named after persons with the surname, including:
- a neighbourhood in Fresno, California, USA
- a village in Illinois, USA.
- a city in Indiana, USA.
- an unincorporated community in Kansas, USA.
- a city in Louisiana, USA.
- a small town in Maine, USA.
- a small "city" in Minnesota, USA.
- an in Montana, USA.
- a town in New York State, USA.
- a neighbourhood in Warrenton, Oregon, USA.
- a town and village in Wisconsin, USA.
- a settlement in South Australia.
- A Hammond organ.
- A brief prayer recited before consuming bread.
- A town in Maine
- A town and county in Massachusetts
- A town in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
- A settlement in New Zealand
- A city in North Dakota
- A township municipality in Quebec, Canada
- Any of several places in England and Scotland, derived from Saxon words meaning farm by the bend of a river, including:
- A suburb in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, England, originally in Middlesex.
- from the placenames.
- A small city in Arkansas, USA
- A town in Connecticut.
- A city in Florida.
- A city in Georgia in the United States.
- A village in Illinois.
- A city in Iowa
- A small city in Minnesota.
- A hamlet in Missouri.
- A village in Nebraska.
- A town in New Brunswick, Canada.
- A town in New Hampshire.
- A borough in New Jersey.
- A town in New York.
- A community in Nova Scotia.
- A community in Prince Edward Island.
- A town in Queensland, Australia.
- A town in South Carolina, and the county seat of Named after
- A city in Virginia.
- Hooked; hooklike; hamate.
- A hook, or hooklike process.
- A hooked barbicel of a feather.
- An arm suitable for one hand.
- An executioner responsible for hanging criminals.
- A guessing game where one has to guess the word an opponent is thinking of by guessing one letter at a time, and involving the gradual drawing of a stick figure hanging from the gallows.
- A man who is particularly tough or muscular
- A rugby player
- of a kind likely to be damaging; injurious
- A fluorescent harmala alkaloid belonging to the carboline family of compounds, found in harmal and certain other plants.
- A governor or prefect appointed by the Spartans in the cities they subjugated.
- of Dutch and Low German origin.
- An expression of disdain, disbelief, protest, or dismissal; a huff, grunt, or snort.
- To dislike, protest, or dismiss.
- A dominating leader, or force.
- The head of a monastery of the Eastern Orthodox Church or Eastern Catholic Churches.
- An inheritance or succession.
- A region of Afghanistan, now specifically the name of an administrative province of the country and of the river running through it.
- Of, pertaining to, affecting or containing blood
- Hemoglobin with iron in ferric state.
- The articulation of two bars in triple time as if they were three bars in duple time.
- 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.
- A pear cultivar
- borrowed from
- A city in Missouri, USA
- The qualities characteristic of a hero, such as courage, bravery, fortitude, unselfishness, etc.; the display of such qualities.
- An oligomer having six subunits.
- a large village and a port in Lancashire, England.
- a city in Kentucky, USA
- A man of rank, especially a high rank; a superior.
- A loaded die that yields high numbers.
- The second-largest island of Estonia.
- Hiiu County in Estonia.
- A town in Massachusetts, USA
- The Hobbesian philosophical system.
- The lifestyle or practices of hobos; vagrancy.
- An archaeological culture that existed from the 1st to 15th century BCE in the desert of present day Arizona.
- One who pays feudal homage, hence a vassal.
- A shell bounded by two similar ellipsoids having a constant ratio of axes .
- Resembling or relating to the epic poetry of Homer.
- Epic, heroic, fit to be immortalized in poetry by Homer.
- Any member of the Homeridae.
- Any primate of the taxonomic family Hominidae. All the great apes (chimpanzees, gorillas, orangutans and humans).
- Of the Hominidae
- Pertaining to the belief established in the fourth century as a middle ground between the homoousian and homoiousian positions, contending merely that the Father is ‘like’ the Son.
- Someone who subscribes to this belief.
- homosexual sexual intercourse
- a gangster; a hired thug
- a rough or violent youth
- The blindfolded player in the game of hoodman-blind, or blind man's buff.
- someone who uses a hook
- a market town in West Sussex, England.
- A firefighter who carries and directs the hose.
- An adhesive that is applied in a liquid molten form but sets into a solid form as it cools.
- Characterised or marked by hugging
- name, rare in English.
- (usually qualifying a first-person pronoun) Grateful for the support of others, touched; honored, flattered.
- Overcome with humility; in awe of the strength of another or one's own weakness
- One who humbles.
- A physical restraint that clamps around the base of the scrotum and prevents straightening of the legs.
- Lacking variety or excitement; dull; boring.
- The quality of lacking variety or excitement;
- Of, pertaining to, or near the humerus or shoulder
- A container designed to keep its contents at a constant humidity; especially such a box for storing cigars.
- The sound of something that hums; a hum.
- A small hill; a hillock; a knoll.
- A ridge or hill of ice in an ice field.
- Of or relating to the body fluids or humours.
- Having a particular disposition or mood. See good humor, bad humor, ill humor.
- A hump or mound.
- Sexual intercourse.
- An encampment of huts
- a discrete, fluid-filled sac that can form on the joints of dogs or other animals in response to repeated pressure.
- The writing, composing, or singing of hymns or psalms.
- The hymns of a particular church or of a particular time.
- The presence of blood in the anterior chamber of the eye
- To hinder, impede, or prevent.
- To bring a legal proceeding against a public official.
- To charge with impropriety; to discredit; to call into question.
- To demonstrate in court that a testimony under oath contradicts another testimony from the same person, usually one taken during deposition.
- The state of being an imp.
- Of or pertaining to inhumanity and the indifferently cruel, sadistic or barbaric behavior it brings.
- The lowest of the three bones that make up each side of the pelvis.
- The eldest son of Abraham and his wife's handmaiden Hagar who were cast out after the birth of Isaac; traditionally the ancestor of the Arabs via the Ishmaelites.
- A line indicating constant relative humidity.
- Relating to an (anatomical) isthmus
- A narrow strip of land, bordered on both sides by water, and connecting two larger landmasses.
- Any such narrow part connecting two larger structures.
- An edge in a graph whose deletion increases the number of connected components of the graph.
- The father of Virgin Mary in apocryphal gospels.
- name, always rare in English.
- 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 hot wind in Egypt which blows (for about 50 days) from the desert, bringing with it sand.
- 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.
- 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.
- A district in central London, England.
- The name of a London Borough within Greater London.
- Characteristic of a lamb; lamblike
- gentle; meek
- Shaped like a lump, lumpy, ill-defined in shape.
- Like lumps, lumpy, composed of unshaped or mismatched pieces.
- Like a lump, cloddish, dull, slow-witted.
- Without energy, lethargic.
- Awkward, inelegant.
- A Shakespeare play, about the Scottish royal family, or its main character.
- An 11th-century king of Scotland.
- A shrubland biota in Mediterranean countries, typically consisting of densely-growing evergreen shrubs.
- A type of calcareous sandy terrain formed mostly from seashells, found by the coast in areas of Scotland and Ireland.
- A type of saddle which covers from in front of the cattle's horns to behind the cantle.
- A prayerbook for the holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
- An Indo-Iranian language, spoken primarily in the Bihar state of India.
- Northwest Africa, the region of Africa north of the Sahara and west of the Nile. The lands of the Maghreb are generally considered to be the coastal plains of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, and western Libya.
- a small city in Kansas, USA.
- Islamic messianism regarding the coming of the Mahdi
- A follower of Mahdism.
- A historic gold coin formerly used in India.
- Muhammad, believed by medieval Europeans to be a demon or god that Muslims worshipped.
- A generic pagan god or idol believed by medieval Europeans to be worshipped by various villains such as
- The Devil.
- An endangered large-scaled carp of the family Cyprinidae, found in rivers and lakes of India, Malaysia, and Southern Asia generally, valued as a game fish.
- ephedra, when used in traditional Chinese medicine
- Resembling or characteristic of a maid; effeminate.
- A book of the Old Testament of Bible, and of the Tanakh.
- A minor prophet.
- name mostly used in Ireland as an anglicization of two Gaelic names.
- derived from the word for malthouse.
- Thomas Malthus, English demographer and political economist, who proposed the view that population growth always exceeds the growth of the necessary food supply.
- Any species of the extinct genus Mammuthus, of large, usually hairy, elephant-like mammals with long curved tusks and an inclined back, which became extinct with the last retreat of ice age glaciers during the late Pleistocene period, and are known from fossils, frozen carcasses, and Paleolithic cave paintings found in North America and Eurasia.
- A mastodon.
- Something very large of its kind.
- Comparable to a mammoth in its size; very large, huge, gigantic.
- A type of high-quality bread made from flour.
- A hole in the ground used to access the sewers or other underground vaults and installations.
- A hole providing access to the inside of a boiler.
- A man's anus, in a sexual context.
- The state of being man as a human being.
- The state of being a man, as distinguished from a child or a woman.
- The qualities ascribed to manliness; courage; bravery; resolve.
- The male genitalia.
- Men, considered as a group.
- An organized search for a criminal or enemy.
- Resembling or characteristic of a human being, in form or nature; human.
- Of a woman: resembling or characteristic of a man, masculine.
- Resembling or characteristic of a grown man (as opposed to a boy); mature, adult.
- Impertinent; assertive.cf. Richard Alsopp, Dictionary of Caribbean English Usage, University of the West Indies Press, 2003, mannish.
- Fond of men.
- A member of a Hindu people from Maharashtra.
- The language of this people.
- An inhabitant of a march (border country).
- A person who holds lands in such a region.
- One who marches; one who participates in a march.
- A subgroup of the Darood clan.
- A city in southern Ontario, suburb of Toronto.
- A large wild goat, found in the western Himalayas.
- The second-largest city of Iran, located in the Razavi Khorasan Province.
- The action of soaking malted barley etc., in order to convert starch into sugars as part of the brewing process.
- Preparing tea (in a teapot).
- A town in Massachusetts.
- The collection of marginal notes on the text of the Hebrew Scriptures, composed by rabbis of the school of Tiberias, in the 8th-9th centuries
- Something that matches.
- name of biblical origin.
- Matthew the Evangelist, one of the twelve Apostles. A publican or tax-collector at Capernaum and credited with the authorship of the Gospel of Matthew.
- The Gospel of St. Matthew, the first book of the New Testament of the Bible. Traditionally the first of the four gospels, a book attributed to Matthew the Evangelist.
- A girl, especially, a large awkward girl.
- Feeling sick, queasy.
- Sickening or insipid in taste or smell.
- Excessively or falsely sentimental; showing a sickly excess of sentiment.
- A common American minnow (
- maybe, perhaps, possibly, perchance
- A city in northern Illinois.
- A city/town in Kentucky.
- A city/village in North Dakota.
- A city/town in Kansas.
- An Irish surname derived from the Gaelic patronymic Mac Mhathúna in the Native Irish Language; sometimes transliterated as Matthews.
- name, a pseudo-Irish spelling of the Welsh Megan.
- form of (city in Belgium)
- A kind of lace made at, or originating in, Mechelen.
- name, a rare modern spelling variant of Megan.
- a former currency of Abyssinia.
- A Tibeto-Burman language spoken in the southeastern Himalayan state of Manipur in India.
- A city of ancient Egypt.
- The largest city in the state of Tennessee
- The name of several towns or cities in the US.
- a small city in Missouri
- a city in Texas
- A holy candelabrum with seven branches used in the Temple of Jerusalem.
- A candelabrum with nine branches used in Jewish worship on Hanukkah.
- A radical derived from menthol.
- In Middle Ages England, a fine paid to a lord on a daughter's marriage, in recompense for the loss of a worker.
- One of the captives in the Bible who came out of the fiery furnace unharmed.
- The act by which something meshes or interlocks.
- Any binary compound of the methyl radical and an electropositive element, especially a metal
- The tervalent functional group, -CH=, having one single bond and one double bond.
- One of the Alkyonides.
- A small satellite of Saturn.
- A piece of parchment inscribed with Pentateuchal texts and attached in a case to the doorpost of a house, in accordance with Jewish law, that says that “the Jews must remember the Tenth Plague and the blood on the doorposts.”
- hiding; skulking; cowardly
- A Rabbinic commentary on a text from the Hebrew Scripture.
- The Rabbinic technique or tradition of such exegesis.
- Pertaining to the middle of a ship or a boat.
- The middle of a ship or a boat.
- Mighty; competent; capable; strong; powerful.
- Substantial; weighty; of import.
- Able; able to occur; possible.
- dairy, containing anything derived from milk
- designated for use with dairy products or having been contaminated by dairy products
- To misbehave or misconduct (oneself); do wrong.
- To hear wrongly.
- To misunderstand.
- A slip inlay style of ceramic pottery adopted from Korea, probably in the 16th century.
- Badly or wrongly shod.
- prim and prudish
- name transferred back from the surname.
- A Roman god, cult figure of the 2nd-to-4th-century Roman mystery religion known as the "Mysteries of Mithras" (now colloquially Mithraism)
- Any of the 613 commandments of Jewish law
- An act of kindness, a good deed.
- Of, or relating to Jews of Middle Eastern origin, and their traditions, customs, and rituals.
- A Mizrahi Jew.
- like a mob, characteristic of a mob
- A large leather flap that covers the saddle tree.
- An astringent gum-resin obtained from Bombax ceiba.
- mock; counterfeit; sham
- name: spelling of
- Of or characterized by an avoidance of laws against usury by a pair of sales between a lender and a borrower (or their agents), where the first purchase is made on credit and an immediate repurchase is made in cash, the difference in prices amounting to the interest of the loan.
- An indigenous people of New England who, at the time of European contact, formed a unit with the Pequot, but later became separate.
- The language of this people; Mohegan-Pequot.
- A member of this people.
- An indigenous people of New England; the Mahicans.
- The Mohegan people.
- A member of this tribe; a Mahican.
- A Mohegan.
- A hairstyle where both sides are shaved, with the hair in the centre kept long and made to stand on end: a Mohawk.
- to bother or harass
- To toil; to labour.
- To perplex; to confuse.