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abichite

abichite

noun

  1. (mineralogy) Synonym of clinoclase

abrachia

abrachia

noun

  1. (medicine) The congenital absence of both arms

acalepha

acalepha

Proper noun

  1. A group of coelenterates including the jellyfish and sea nettles.

acalephe

acalephe

noun

  1. Alternative form of acaleph

acalephs

acalephs

noun

  1. plural of acaleph

acalypha

acalypha

noun

  1. Any of the genus Acalypha of flowering plants in the family Euphorbiaceae.

acanthad

acanthad

noun

  1. A plant that is a member of the family Acanthaceae.

acanthia

acanthin

acanthin

noun

  1. (zoology, dated) strontium sulfate, the main constituent of the skeletons of the Acantharea

acanthon

acanthus

acanthus

noun

  1. (architecture) An ornament resembling the foliage or leaves of Acanthus spinosus, used in the capitals of the Corinthian and composite orders.
  2. A member of the genus Acanthus of herbaceous prickly plants with toothed leaves, (family Acanthaceae, order Lamiales (formerly Scrophulariales)) found in the south of Europe, Asia Minor, and India.

accouche

accouche

verb

  1. (transitive) To aid in an accouchement.

accroach

accroach

verb

  1. (intransitive) To encroach.
  2. (transitive) To hook, or draw to oneself as with a hook.
  3. (transitive) To usurp, as jurisdiction or royal prerogatives.

acephala

acephali

acephali

noun

  1. (ecclesiastical history) Bishops and certain clergymen not under regular diocesan control.
  2. (ecclesiastical history) The Eutychians, a Christian sect in the year 482 without a leader. See http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/01100c.htm.
  3. A class of levelers in the time of King Henry I.
  4. A people reported by Herodotus and Josephus to have no heads or removable heads.
  5. plural of acephalus

achakzai

achamoth

achatina

achatour

achatour

noun

  1. (historical) A purveyor of provisions; a provedore. [14th–18th c.]

acheilia

acheilia

noun

  1. (pathology) A congenital absence of lips, liplessness

acheiria

acheiria

noun

  1. A loss of sense in one or both hands, or the inability to tell on which side of the body a stimulus has been applied
  2. The congenital absence of one or both hands

acheirus

achelous

achelous

Proper noun

  1. a river in western Greece
  2. Deity of water; later, patron deity of the Achelous River.

achenial

achenial

adj

  1. Pertaining to an achene.

achenium

achenium

noun

  1. (botany) achene

acherman

achernar

achesoun

acheweed

achieved

achieved

adj

  1. (of a goal or status) Having been reached, attained or accomplished.

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of achieve

achiever

achiever

noun

  1. One who achieves something.
  2. One who tends to succeed; a winner.

achieves

achieves

verb

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of achieve

achilary

achillea

achillea

noun

  1. Any of various plants of the genus Achillea

achilles

achilles

Proper noun

  1. semi-divine hero, son of Peleus and the nymph Thetis, prince and leader of the Myrmidons; great warrior of the Achaean (Greek) camp, killed in the Trojan War; central character of the Iliad.

achilous

achilous

adj

  1. (botany, anatomy) without a lip.

achimaas

achinese

achiness

achiness

noun

  1. The property of being achy.

achingly

achingly

adv

  1. In an aching manner; sorely.

achiotes

achiotes

noun

  1. plural of achiote

achirite

achirite

noun

  1. dioptase

achmetha

acholias

acholous

acholous

adj

  1. (medicine) Lacking bile.

achomawi

achomawi

Proper noun

  1. The native language spoken by the Pit River people of present-day California.

achordal

achordal

adj

  1. achordate

achorion

achroite

achroite

noun

  1. (mineralogy) A colourless form of tourmaline

achromat

achromat

noun

  1. (optics) A lens that imparts little color; a lens that is achromatic.

achromia

achromia

noun

  1. (medicine) Absence of pigmentation, especially in the skin or blood

achromic

achromic

adj

  1. (sciences) Uncoloured; not pigmented; lacking in colour.

achroous

achroous

adj

  1. Colorless; achromatic.

achylous

achylous

adj

  1. (physiology) Without chyle

achymous

achymous

adj

  1. (physiology) Without chyme.

acidhead

acidhead

noun

  1. (slang, derogatory) A person who uses the hallucinogenic drug LSD.

ackworth

acolhuan

acrolith

acrolith

noun

  1. (historical) An ancient Greek wooden statue furnished with a rupestral head and limbs.

acronych

actorish

actorish

adj

  1. Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of an actor or theatrical acting; like an actor.

acushnet

adelphic

adelphic

adj

  1. Describing a form of polyandry in which a woman is married to two or more brothers
  2. fraternal

aetheric

aetheric

adj

  1. Alternative spelling of etheric

affiches

affiches

noun

  1. plural of affiche

verb

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of affiche

agalloch

agalloch

noun

  1. The soft, aromatic, resinous wood of Aquilaria malaccensis (formerly Aquilaria agallocha).

agnathic

agnathic

Adjective

  1. Jawless.
  2. Afflicted by or characteristic of agnathia.

agraphic

agraphic

adj

  1. (medicine) Affected with or pertaining to agraphia.

aircheck

aircheck

noun

  1. (broadcasting) A demonstration recording, often intended to show off the talent of an announcer to a prospective employer.

aircoach

aircoach

noun

  1. (aviation) An airliner offering relatively cheap but cramped passenger flights.

akhmimic

akiachak

alabarch

alabarch

noun

  1. The title of the governor or chief magistrate of the Jews in Alexandria under the Ptolemies and Roman emperors.

albahaca

alberich

albrecht

alcahest

alcahest

noun

  1. Alternative form of alkahest

alchemic

alchemic

adj

  1. alchemical.

alchuine

alcithoe

alcohate

alcohate

Noun

  1. alcoholate

alcohols

alcohols

noun

  1. plural of alcohol

alebench

alebench

noun

  1. (historical) A bench at the front of an alehouse or inn where drinkers can sit.

aleichem

alhacena

alichino

alicoche

alicoche

noun

  1. Any of various plants of the genus Echinocereus.

alphecca

alphecca

Proper noun

  1. a binary star in the constellation Corona Borealis, about 75 light years away

alphenic

alphenic

noun

  1. (rare) White barley sugar

altschin

alytarch

alytarch

noun

  1. An official responsible for maintaining order at the ancient Olympic Games.

amahuaca

amchitka

amicheme

amimeche

amorphic

amorphic

adj

  1. (genetics, of a mutation) Causing a complete loss of gene function.
  2. Having no defined shape, lacking form; amorphous.

amphoric

amphoric

adj

  1. (chiefly historical) Of or related to an amphora, either as a large vessel or a Roman unit of liquid measure.
  2. (medicine) Produced by or indicating a hollow cavity in the lungs, giving a sound like that produced by blowing into an empty decanter.

anacanth

anarchal

anarchal

adj

  1. (archaic) lawless; anarchic

anarchic

anarchic

adj

  1. (somewhat pejorative) Free-spirited; not bound by the rigors or expectations of society.
  2. Chaotic, without law or order.
  3. Relating to, supporting, or likely to cause anarchy.

anasitch

anchiale

anchinoe

anchises

anchises

Proper noun

  1. A mythical Trojan elder in the Iliad and the Aeneid, father of Aeneas.

anchored

anchored

adj

  1. (heraldry) Having the extremities turned back, like the flukes of an anchor. (Compare sarcelly, moline.)

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of anchor

anchorer

anchorer

noun

  1. One who or that which anchors.

anchoret

anchoret

noun

  1. Alternative spelling of anchorite

anchusas

anchusas

noun

  1. plural of anchusa

anchusin

anchusin

noun

  1. (organic chemistry) A resinoid colouring matter obtained from alkanet root.

ancohuma

anechoic

anechoic

adj

  1. (acoustics) lacking echoes; that absorbs sound

anhistic

anhydric

anhydric

adj

  1. anhydrous

anorchia

anorchia

noun

  1. (medicine) An intersex condition of XY individuals where both testes are absent at birth.

anorchus

anorthic

anorthic

adj

  1. (crystallography) Having three unequal axes that intersect obliquely

antarchy

anthroic

apachism

apachite

apachite

noun

  1. (mineralogy) A monoclinic blue mineral containing copper, hydrogen, oxygen, and silicon.

aphacial

aphasiac

aphasiac

noun

  1. Alternative form of aphasic

aphasics

aphasics

noun

  1. plural of aphasic

aphicide

aphicide

noun

  1. (agriculture) Any pesticide intended to kill aphids

aphonics

aphonics

noun

  1. plural of aphonic

apocryph

apothece

approach

approach

noun

  1. (also figuratively) An act of drawing near in place or time; an advancing or coming near.
  2. (also figuratively) An avenue, passage, or way by which a building or place can be approached; an access.
  3. (archaic) An opportunity of drawing near; access.
  4. (aviation, also attributively) The way an aircraft comes in to land at an airport.
  5. (bowling) The area before the lane in which a bowler may stand or run up before bowling the ball.
  6. (climbing) A path taken to reach the climbing area, for example, from a car park, road, etc.
  7. (figuratively) A manner of making (a policy) or solving (a problem, etc.).
  8. (golf, tennis) Short for approach shot.
  9. A specific procedure used for approaching and landing at an airport.
  10. An act of coming near in character or value; an approximation.

verb

  1. (intransitive) To come or go near, in place or time; to move toward; to advance nearer; to draw nigh.
  2. (intransitive, golf, tennis) To play an approach shot.
  3. (transitive) To attempt to make (a policy) or solve (a problem).
  4. (transitive) To bring (something) near something else; to cause (something) to draw near.
  5. (transitive) To bring up or propose to (someone) an idea, question, request, etc.
  6. (transitive, also figuratively) To move toward (someone or something) in place, time, character, or value; to draw nearer to.
  7. (transitive, archaic, euphemistic) To have sexual intercourse with (someone).
  8. (transitive, intransitive, figuratively) Used intransitively, followed by to: to draw near (to someone or something); to make advances; to approximate or become almost equal.
  9. (transitive, military) To take approaches to (a place); to move towards (a place) by using covered roads, trenches, or other works.
  10. (transitive, rarely intransitive) Of an immovable object or a number of such objects: to be positioned as to (notionally) appear to be moving towards (a place).

apsychia

aptychus

aptychus

noun

  1. (paleontology) A hard calcareous plate forming part of the body of an ammonite.

arachide

arachnid

arachnid

noun

  1. Any of the eight-legged creatures, including spiders, mites, and scorpions, of the class Arachnida.

archaean

archaean

noun

  1. (biology) Any organism of the domain Archaea.

archaeol

archaeol

noun

  1. (organic chemistry) Di-O-phytanylglycerol, a double ether of sn-1-glycerol where positions 2 and 3 are bound to phytanyl residues.

archaeus

archaeus

noun

  1. Alternative form of archeus

archaise

archaise

verb

  1. Non-Oxford British English standard spelling of archaize.

archaism

archaism

noun

  1. An archaic word, style, etc.
  2. The adoption or imitation of archaic words or style.

archaist

archaist

noun

  1. A person who studies archaic things; an antiquary
  2. A person who uses archaisms in language

archaize

archaize

verb

  1. (intransitive) To speak, write, etc. in an archaic manner.
  2. (transitive) To give an archaic quality or character to; make archaic, to suggest the past.

archbald

archbanc

archband

archbold

archcape

archcity

archdean

archdean

noun

  1. A member of a discontinued Catholic ecclesiastical office, higher in rank than a dean.

archdolt

archduke

archduke

noun

  1. (history) The ruler of an archduchy, in particular the Archduchy of Austria.
  2. (history) The son or male-line grandson of an emperor of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

archduxe

archearl

archegay

archeion

archelon

archenia

archetto

archfire