The official currency of Thailand, equal to 100 satang.
(by extension) A substance or preparation in which something is immersed.
(historical units of measure) A former Hebrew unit of liquid volume (about 23 L or 6 gallons).
(real estate, informal) Clipping of bathroom.
A building or area where bathing occurs.
A tub or pool which is used for bathing: bathtub.
The act of bathing.
The body of liquid one bathes in.
(intransitive, informal, Commonwealth) To bathe (oneself); to have a bath.
(transitive, Commonwealth) To wash a person or animal in a bath.
The second letter of the Aramaic alphabet, 𐡁
The second letter of the Hebrew alphabet, ב
The second letter of the Syriac alphabet, ܒ
that is common in many ethnicities in India.
Traditionally among Brahmins, a Brahmin who has learned all the four Vedas.
(obsolete) Including all of (used with and).
Including both of (used with and).
Each of the two; one and the other; referring to two individuals or items.
Each of the two, or of the two kinds.
Clipping of catheter.
Clipping of cathode.
(medicine, transitive) To catheterize; to fit (someone) with a catheter.
(Britain, Australia, New Zealand, World War I military slang) A louse (small, parasitic insect).
(Internet) A chat room.
(countable, uncountable) Informal conversation.
(metonymically, typically with definite article, video games) The entirety of users in a chat room or a single member thereof.
(mining, local use) Mining waste from lead and zinc mines.
A conversation to stop an argument or settle a situation.
A small potato, such as is given to swine.
Alternative form of chaat
An exchange of text or voice messages in real time through a computer network, resembling a face-to-face conversation.
Any of several small Australian honeyeaters in the genus Epthianura.
Any of various small Old World passerine birds in the muscicapid tribe Saxicolini or subfamily Saxicolinae that feed on insects.
(transitive) To talk of; to discuss.
To be engaged in informal conversation.
To exchange text or voice messages in real time through a computer network, as if having a face-to-face conversation.
To talk more than a few words.
(MLE, slang) Clipping of chete (“knife”).
(India, China) A signed voucher or memorandum of a small debt, as for food and drinks at a club.
(US and Britain dated) A small sheet or scrap of paper with a hand-written note as a reminder or personal message.
(US, slang) A debt or favor owed in return for a prior loan or favor granted, especially a political favor.
(US, slang, euphemistic) Shit.
(gaming) A smaller cardboard counter generally used not to directly represent something but for another, more transient, purpose such as tracking or randomization.
(historical) A voucher or token coin used in payrolls under the truck system.
(obsolete) An excrescence on the body, as a wart or a pimple.
(pharmacology) A small sheet of paper on which is written a prescription to be filled; a scrip.
A child or babe; a young, small, or insignificant person or animal.
A pert or sassy young person, especially a young woman.
A small tool used in cleaving laths. Compare: froe.
The embryonic growing bud of a plant
(intransitive, Britain, dialect) To sprout; to shoot, as a seed or plant.
(transitive, Britain, dialect) To damage the outer layers of a seed such as Lupinus or Sophora to assist germination.
(transitive, Britain, dialect) To initiate sprouting of tubers, such as potatoes, by placing them in special environment, before planting into the soil.
(archaic) An expression of impatience.
A repeated short, low vocal sound made by guinea pigs, thought to express interest or curiosity.
(intransitive) To produce this sound.
Obsolete form of death.
(archaic) third-person singular simple present form of do
(Now chiefly dialectal) Easy; not hard or difficult.
(Now chiefly dialectal) Easily.
proper, real, genuine, true to type
Obsolete form of eddish.
(figuratively) To make a lasting impression.
To cut into a surface with an acid or other corrosive substance in order to make a pattern. Best known as a technique for creating printing plates, but also used for decoration on metal, and, in modern industry, to make circuit boards.
To engrave a surface.
To sketch; to delineate.
plural of ethos
plural of eth
(Caribbean) A steep ravine leading to the sea.
(India) A burning-ghat.
(India) A descending path or stairway to a river; a ford or landing-place.
(India) A mountain pass.
(India) A mountain range.
Relating to goth music or people.
(countable) A person who is part of the goth subculture.
(uncountable) A punk-derived subculture of people who predominantly dress in black, associated with mournful music and attitudes.
(uncountable, music) A style of punk rock influenced by glam rock; gothic rock.
(Internet slang, emphatic) hate
(Northern English dialect) A piece of mountain pasture to which a farm animal has become hefted.
The handle of a tool or weapon.
(transitive) To fit a handle to (a tool or weapon); to grip by the handle
(archaic) Lame, limping.
(dated) Lameness; a limp.
(rail transport) A minor railway station (usually unstaffed) in the United Kingdom.
A cessation, either temporary or permanent.
(intransitive) To be lame, faulty, or defective, as in connection with ideas, or in measure, or in versification.
(intransitive) To limp; move with a limping gait.
(intransitive) To stand in doubt whether to proceed, or what to do; hesitate; be uncertain; linger; delay; mammer.
(intransitive) To stop either temporarily or permanently.
(intransitive) To stop marching.
(transitive) To bring to a stop.
(transitive) To cause to discontinue.
Pronunciation spelling of hadn’t.
(Scotland, US, colloquial, chiefly African-American Vernacular) Alternative form of haunt, haint (“ghost”)
A male deer, especially the male of the red deer after his fifth year.
A male red deer or one of related species.
Obsolete spelling of heart
(archaic) second-person singular simple present form of have
(informal, originally African-American Vernacular) Used in a phrasal verb: hate on.
(intransitive) To experience hatred.
(transitive) To dislike intensely or greatly.
(archaic) third-person singular simple present form of have
plural of hat
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hat
Obsolete form of hat.
(obsolete) Having high standards or quality.
(countable) A hot spell.
(countable) A preliminary race, used to determine the participants in a final race
(countable) A violent action unintermitted; a single effort.
(countable) One cycle of bringing metal to maximum temperature and working it until it is too cool to work further.
(countable, baseball) A fastball.
(countable, by extension) A stage in a competition, not necessarily a sporting one; a round.
(countable, fandom slang) In omegaverse fiction, a cyclical period in which omegas experience an intense, sometimes irresistible biological urge to mate.
(uncountable) A condition where a mammal is aroused sexually or where it is especially fertile and therefore eager to mate; oestrus.
(uncountable) A period of intensity, particularly of emotion.
(uncountable) An attribute of a spice that causes a burning sensation in the mouth.
(uncountable) An undesirable amount of attention.
(uncountable) Heating system; a system that raises the temperature of a room or building.
(uncountable) The condition or quality of being hot.
(uncountable) The output of a heating system.
(uncountable) Thermal energy.
(uncountable, slang) One or more firearms.
(uncountable, slang) The police.
(intransitive) To become hotter.
(transitive) To cause an increase in temperature of (an object or space); to cause to become hot (often with "up").
(transitive, figurative) To excite ardour in; to rouse to action; to excite to excess; to inflame, as the passions.
(transitive, figurative) To excite or make hot by action or emotion; to make feverish.
(transitive, slang) To arouse, to excite (sexually).
(Northern England) A piece of mountain pasture to which a farm animal has become hefted (accustomed).
(US, dated, colloquial) The greater part or bulk of anything.
(West of Ireland) Poor condition in sheep caused by mineral deficiency.
(figurative) Influence; importance.
A number of sheets of paper fastened together, as for a notebook.
A part of a serial publication.
An animal that has become hefted thus.
Heaviness, the feel of weight; heftiness.
The act or effort of heaving; violent strain or exertion.
(obsolete) past participle of heave
(transitive) To lift up; especially, to lift something heavy.
(transitive) To test the weight of something by lifting it.
(transitive, Northern England and Scotland) To make (a farm animal, especially a flock of sheep) accustomed and attached to an area of mountain pasture.
(obsolete) To take away, carry off, apprehend.
(obsolete) To take hold of, to grasp.
(obsolete, transitive) To clear; to go beyond.
(obsolete) Command, injunction.
The eighth letter of many Semitic alphabets (Phoenician, Aramaic, Hebrew, Syriac, Arabic and others).
plural of het
(obsolete or dialectal) Highest.
The base of the penis.
The handle of a sword, consisting of grip, guard, and pommel, designed to facilitate use of the blade and afford protection to the hand.
(transitive) To insert (a bodily extremity) as far as it can go into a sexual orifice so that it is impeded by the wider base to which it is attached (finger until palm, penis until pelvis).
(transitive) To provide with a hilt.
(computing) Information in a computer-based font that suggests how the outlines of the font's glyphs should be distorted in order to produce, at specific sizes, a visually appealing pixel-based rendering; an instance of hinting.
(databases) An instruction to the database engine as to how a query should be executed, for example whether to use an index or not.
(obsolete) An opportunity; occasion; fit time.
A small, barely detectable amount.
An implicit suggestion that avoids a direct statement.
(intransitive) To imply without a direct statement; to provide a clue.
(transitive) To bring to mind by a slight mention or remote allusion; to suggest in an indirect manner.
(transitive) To develop and add hints to a font.
(dated) An injunction to be silent and/or to pay attention to what is being said or can be heard.
(dated) An utterance used to discreetly attract someone's attention.
(dated) An instance of an exclamation attracting attention or injunction to be silent.
Abbreviation of history.
(US) Pronunciation spelling of hoist.
(dialectal) Alternative form of its
plural of hit
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hit
(archaic) To play the fool; to behave thoughtlessly and frivolously.
(obsolete) To leap; to caper; to romp noisily.
Pronunciation spelling of hurt.
A small piece of woodland or a woody hill; a copse.
The lair of an animal, especially of an otter.
(slang) A fun event or person. (See hootenanny)
A derisive cry or shout.
A small particle; a whit or jot.
The cry of an owl.
To assail with contemptuous cries or shouts; to follow with derisive shouts.
To cry out or shout in contempt.
To make the cry of an owl, a hoo.
To sound the horn of a vehicle
(Christianity) The consecrated bread of the Eucharist.
(computing, Internet) Any computer attached to a network.
(ecology) A cell or organism which harbors another organism or biological entity, usually a parasite.
(evolution, genetics) An organism bearing certain genetic material, with respect to its cells.
A large number of items; a large inventory.
A moderator or master of ceremonies for a performance.
A multitude of people arrayed as an army; used also in religious senses, as: Heavenly host (of angels)
A paid male companion offering conversation and in some cases sex, as in certain types of bar in Japan.
A person or organization responsible for running an event.
One that provides a facility for an event.
One which receives or entertains a guest, socially, commercially, or officially.
(computing, Internet) To run software made available to a remote user or process.
(obsolete, intransitive) To lodge at an inn.
To perform the role of a host.
(obsolete) To promise.
(obsolete, intransitive) To be called, be named.
(obsolete, transitive) To call, name.
(transitive, dialectal or obsolete) To command; to enjoin.
(slang) A condition of physical attraction toward (for) someone.
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hot
(Rhodesia, slang, ethnic slur) A black African.
for someone who lived high, or on a hill.
A city in Kansas.
A community in New Brunswick, Canada.
A hunting expedition.
A pack of hunting dogs.
An organization devoted to hunting, or the people belonging to it.
The act of hunting.
(bell-ringing, intransitive) To shift up and down in order regularly.
(bell-ringing, transitive) To move or shift the order of (a bell) in a regular course of changes.
(engineering, intransitive) To be in a state of instability of movement or forced oscillation, as a governor which has a large movement of the balls for small change of load, an arc-lamp clutch mechanism which moves rapidly up and down with variations of current, etc.; also, to seesaw, as a pair of alternators working in parallel.
(transitive) To drive; to chase; with down, from, away, etc.
(transitive) To use or manage (dogs, horses, etc.) in hunting.
(transitive) To use or traverse in pursuit of game.
(transitive, intransitive) To find or search for an animal in the wild with the intention of killing the animal for its meat or for sport.
(transitive, intransitive) To try to find something; search (for).
Wounded, physically injured.
(archaic) A bodily injury causing pain; a wound or bruise.
(archaic) Injury; damage; detriment; harm
(engineering) A band on a trip-hammer helve, bearing the trunnions.
(heraldry) A roundel azure (blue circular spot).
An emotional or psychological humiliation or bad experience.
(intransitive) To be painful.
(transitive, intransitive) To cause (a person or animal) physical pain and/or injury.
(transitive, intransitive) To cause (somebody) emotional pain.
(transitive, intransitive) To damage, harm, impair, undermine, impede.
plural of hut
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hut
(obsolete, Scotland) insane or mad.
A constant teasing desire or want.
A sensation felt on an area of the skin that causes a person or animal to want to scratch said area.
(intransitive) To feel itchy; to feel a need to be scratched.
(intransitive) To have a constant, teasing urge; to feel strongly motivated; to want or desire something.
(transitive) To cause to feel an itch.
(transitive, colloquial) To scratch or rub so as to relieve an itch.
A shrub, Catha edulis, whose leaves are used as a mild stimulant when chewed or brewed as tea; also a drug produced from this plant.
(India, historical) A form of land tenure usually based around hereditary zamindars with proprietary rights.
(Northern England, Scotland, rural, countable) An acquaintance or a friend.
(archaic or obsolete, uncountable) Friends and acquaintances.
(geology, petrology) Microscopic, needle-like crystals, usually of plagioclase feldspar, in a glassy groundmass
A thin, narrow strip, fastened to the rafters, studs, or floor beams of a building, for the purpose of supporting a covering of tiles, plastering, etc.
to cover or line with laths
Abbreviation of length.
(Scotland) A segment of an orange, or similar fruit.
(UK dialectal) A gate; a gap in a fence.
(UK dialectal) A joint; a segment or symmetrical part or division.
(UK dialectal) A limb; any member of the body.
(sciences, informal) coccolith
(Britain) Alternative form of loath
(now historical) A measure of weight formerly used in Germany, the Netherlands and some other parts of Europe, equivalent to half of the local ounce.
The leatherback turtle.
(Hinduism, Jainism) Clipping of matha.
(countable, Canada, US, Philippines) A math course / class
(uncountable, Canada, US, Philippines) Arithmetic calculations; (see do the math).
(uncountable, Canada, US, Philippines) Clipping of mathematics.
A mowing; what is gathered from mowing.
(colloquial, informal) to perform mathematical calculations or mathematical analysis; to do math
(derogatory, Liverpudlian, Manchester) A tramp.
(informal) Methamphetamine, especially in the form of the crystalline hydrochloride.
A spiced mead, originally from Wales.
(dated) A liver spot, especially an irregular or feathery one.
(figurative) Anything that gradually and silently eats, consumes, or wastes any other thing.
A usually nocturnal insect of the order Lepidoptera, distinguished from butterflies by feather-like antennae.
Obsolete form of mote.
The plant Vigna aconitifolia, moth bean.
(intransitive) To hunt for moths.
(uncountable) Such stories as a genre.
A commonly-held but false belief, a common misconception; a fictitious or imaginary person or thing; a popular conception about a real person or event which exaggerates or idealizes reality.
A person or thing existing only in imagination, or whose actual existence is not verifiable.
A person or thing held in excessive or quasi-religious awe or admiration based on popular legend
A traditional story which embodies a belief regarding some fact or phenomenon of experience, and in which often the forces of nature and of the soul are personified; a sacred narrative regarding a god, a hero, the origin of the world or of a people, etc.
An invented story, theory, or concept.
Scientists debunk the myth that gum stays in the human stomach for seven years.
A curse, a curse word.
A light, irreverent or insulting appeal to a deity or other entity.
A solemn pledge or promise that invokes a deity, a ruler, or another entity (not necessarily present) to attest the truth of a statement or sincerity of one's desire to fulfill a contract or promise.
A statement or promise which is strengthened (affirmed) by such a pledge.
(archaic) To pledge.
Alternative letter-case form of OTOH
(computing) A human-readable specification for a location within a hierarchical or tree-like structure, such as a file system or as part of a URL.
(graph theory) A sequence of vertices from one vertex to another using the arcs (edges). A path does not visit the same vertex more than once (unless it is a closed path, where only the first and the last vertex are the same).
(medicine, abbreviation) Pathology.
(paganism) A Pagan tradition, for example witchcraft, Wicca, druidism, Heathenry.
(rail transport) A slot available for allocation to a railway train over a given route in between other trains.
(topology) A continuous map f from the unit interval I=[0,1] to a topological space X.
A course taken.
A metaphorical course or route; progress.
A method or direction of proceeding.
A trail for the use of, or worn by, pedestrians.
(computing, intransitive) To navigate through a file system directory tree (to a desired file or folder).
(transitive) To make a path in, or on (something), or for (someone).
(slang, music) Rich in texture; prominent.
(slang, originally African-American Vernacular) Excellent; cool; very good.
(computing) Abbreviation of physical unit of information transfer.
A photometric unit of illuminance, or luminous flux through an area (symbol ph).
(informal) to photograph
A representation of the sound resembling the release of a blast of steam or exhaust gas; a representation of the sound of a fast but small puff of wind.
The sound made by a sudden release of steam or gas; the sound of a fast but small puff of wind.
The ordinal form of the number pi.
(anatomy) The spinal cord; the marrow.
(botany) The albedo of a citrus fruit.
(botany) The soft, spongy substance in the center of the stems of many plants and trees.
(figuratively) Power, strength, might.
(figuratively) The essential or vital part; force; energy; importance.
One divided by pi.
The spongy interior substance of a feather or horn.
(transitive) To extract the pith from (a plant stem or tree).
(transitive) To kill (especially cattle or laboratory animals) by cutting or piercing the spinal cord.
A god of creativity and craftsmen, sometimes also identified with gods of death and the birth of the sun.
Alternative form of rathe.
(historical) A walled enclosure, especially in Ireland; a ringfort built sometime between the Iron Age and the Viking Age.
A Burmese carriage of state.
(archaic) Sorrow for the misery of another; pity, compassion; mercy.
(now rare) Repentance; regret; remorse.
(obsolete) Something which causes regret or sorrow; a pitiful sight.
(obsolete) Sorrow; misery; distress.
(chiefly Maryland, Delaware) Synonym of shatter (“a pine needle”).
Alternative form of chott
simple past tense and past participle of shit
(vulgar, colloquial) Nasty; despicable.
(vulgar, colloquial) Of poor quality; worthless.
(vulgar) Expression of worry, failure, shock, etc., often at something seen for the first time or remembered immediately before using this term.
(vulgar) Used for mere emphasis; heck, hey.
(vulgar) Used to show displeasure or surprise.
(countable, colloquial, vulgar) The act of shitting.
(countable, uncountable, colloquial, vulgar) Solid excretory product evacuated from the bowels; feces.
(countable, vulgar, colloquial) A nasty, despicable person, used particularly of men.
(countable, vulgar, colloquial) The smallest amount of concern or consideration.
(uncountable, colloquial, vulgar, definite, US) (the shit) The best of its kind.
(uncountable, vulgar, colloquial) (in negations) Anything.
(uncountable, vulgar, colloquial) A problem or difficult situation.
(uncountable, vulgar, colloquial) A strong rebuke.
(uncountable, vulgar, colloquial) Any recreational drug, usually cannabis.