Kí Tự Đặc Biệt 2021 ❤️❤️❤️ Tạo Tên Game Đẹp Soshareit

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  • Ứng dụng Kí tự đặc biệt phiên bản năm 2021 cung cấp bởi SoShareIT ❤️❤️❤️ tạo chữ 𝑰𝑫𝑶𝑳 ✅, 𝑴𝒂̣̆𝒕 𝑸𝒖𝒚̉ ✅, 𝑻𝒓𝒂́𝒊 𝒕𝒂́𝒐 (🍏) trong Game cho nhân vật bằng những kí hiệu phù hợp. Cập nhật liên tục những kí tự đẹp mới cho những Game như Free Fire FF, Liên Quân, PUBG, FIFA.

    Tạo Tên Kí Tự Đặc Biệt

    Bạn chỉ cần nhập tên muốn đổi từ chữ thường sang kí tự đặc biệt vào khung bên dưới, có thể chỉnh tên đẹp bằng cách thêm kí hiệu bên trái, bên phải để chữ kí tự thêm sinh động.

    LOL ◎ FB ◎ Gunny ◎ Pubg ◎ Free Fire

    Khuyến cáo khi tạo tên game kí tự đặc biệt:

    • Nên tạo tên tối đa 12 kí tự bao gồm cả chữ và Kí hiệu đặc biệt.
    • Tránh dùng từ ngữ có dấu tiếng việt để không bị lỗi font chữ.

    Tên Game Kí Tự Đặc Biệt

    Bảng kí tự tự đặc biệt đầy đủ 2021

    Kí tự đặc biệt font chữ nghệ thuật

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    Kí tự chữ Trung Quốc

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    Kí tự chữ Thái Lan

    Là kiểu kí tự độc lạ đang được tìm kiếm thường xuyên, những kí tự Thái Lan (Thailand) có vẻ như đang tạo sự cuốn hút khác biệt rỏ ràng nhất cho người chơi game. Bạn có thể bôi đen từng kí tự và sao chép sử dụng nhiều lần để tạo tên theo ý thích.

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    Kí tự chữ Hàn Quốc

    Với kiểu kí tự tượng hình khác, những kí tự Hàn Quốc (Korea Unicode) lại có nét khác biệt là những kí tự hình tròn, hình vuông nhưng cũng rất ấn tượng khi tạo tên game, tên nhân vật.

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    Kí tự chữ Nhật Bản

    Tiếng Nhật Bản (Japan) được biết đến trong hệ thống từ ngữ Hiragana Katakana là những kí tự tượng hình với những đường nét mềm mại, uống cong và rất bắt mắt trong các tên game hiện nay. Bạn có thể bôi đen những kí tự tiếng Nhật này để tạo cho mình những tên nickname độc lạ.

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    Gợi ý 24 chữ cái to viết hoa, viết thường thông dụng nhất. Ví dụ SOSHAREIT hoặc soshareit

    A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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    Kí tự nhỏ trên đầu

    Danh sách 24 kí hiệu là chữ kí tự nhỏ trên đầu.

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    Kí tự chữ nhỏ trên đầu siêu độc đáo

    Khi bạn nhìn vào các loại ký tự chữ trên đầu sẽ cảm thấy lạ lẫm phải không nào? Nó có kiểu khác lạ với những loại ký tự chữ cái khác. Nhìn vào đó bạn sẽ cảm thấy khá khác với những loại ký tự trước. Trước đây ai nhìn vào cũng chú ý hơn và làm cho người cần quan tâm hơn.

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    Kí hiệu đặc biệt trong Word Excel Powerpoint

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    Những kí tự số chữ nhỏ xíu ở trên đầu và ở dưới và các kiểu số vòng tròn.

    Kí tự đặc biệt số nhỏ

    Số nhỏ trên đầu: ⁰ ¹ ² ³ ⁴ ⁵ ⁶ ⁷ ⁸ ⁹

    Số nhỏ bên dưới: ₀ ₁ ₂ ₃ ₄ ₅ ₆ ₇ ₈ ₉

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    Kí tự la mã: Ⅰ Ⅱ Ⅲ Ⅳ Ⅴ Ⅵ Ⅶ Ⅷ Ⅸ Ⅹ Ⅺ Ⅻ Ⅼ Ⅽ Ⅾ Ⅿ

    Số theo phần trăm: ½ ¼ ¾ ⅓ ⅔ ⅕ ⅖ ⅗ ⅘ ⅙ ⅚ ⅛ ⅜ ⅝ ⅞

    Kí tự đặc biệt năm sinh

    Bạn đã quá quen thuộc với những kí tự số theo cùng một kích thước và không có sự sáng tạo độc đáo thì đây chắc chắn là những gì bạn đang cần. Những kí tự năm sinh cho dân 9x đến 2k rất đẹp và dễ thương.

    • 1999 – ¹⁹⁹⁹ – ¹ᵏ⁹ – ₁₉₉₉ – ₁ₖ₉
    • 2000 – ²⁰⁰⁰ – ²ᵏ – ₂₀₀₀ – ₂ₖ
    • 2001 – ²⁰⁰¹ – ²ᵏ¹ – ₂₀₀₁ – ₂ₖ₁
    • 2002 – ²⁰⁰² – ²ᵏ² – ₂₀₀₂ – ₂ₖ₂
    • 2003 – ²⁰⁰³ – ²ᵏ³ – ₂₀₀₃ – ₂ₖ₃
    • 2004 – ²⁰⁰⁴ – ²ᵏ⁴ – ₂₀₀₄ – ₂ₖ₄
    • 2005 – ²⁰⁰⁵ – ²ᵏ⁵ – ₂₀₀₅ – ₂ₖ₅
    • 2006 – ²⁰⁰⁶ – ²ᵏ⁶ – ₂₀₀₆ – ₂ₖ₆
    • 2007 – ²⁰⁰⁷ – ²ᵏ⁷ – ₂₀₀₇ – ₂ₖ₇
    • 2008 – ²⁰⁰⁸ – ²ᵏ⁸ – ₂₀₀₈ – ₂ₖ₈
    • 2009 – ²⁰⁰⁹ – ²ᵏ⁹ – ₂₀₀₉ – ₂ₖ₉

    Kí tự đặc biệt dấu cách

    Kí tự đặc biệt dấu cách hay còn gọi là Kí tự đặc biệt khoảng trống hoăc kí tự ảo là kí tự không nhìn thấy được, tương tự như dấu cách bình thường nhưng bảng mã Unicode lại khác và được phép sử dụng trong một số Game như Free Fire, Pubg.

    Kí tự trái tim

    Một số kí tự trái tim nghiêng, kí tự trái tim nhỏ, kí tự đặc biệt trái tim đen, trái tim xanh, trái tim đỏ.

    ❥ ❣ ❦ ❧ ღ ɞ ♡ ❤ ❤️ 💚 💖

    Kí hiệu ngôi sao

    ✲ ⋆ ❅ ❇ ❈ ❖ ✫ ✪ ✩ ✬ ✮ ✭ ✯ ✰ ✹ ✸ ✷ ✶ ✵ ✳ ✱ ❊ ❉

    Kí tự hình bông hoa

    Một vài ý tưởng về kí hiệu bông hoa như bông hoa mai, bông hoa cúc, kí tự đặc biệt hoa anh đào dành cho mọi người có thể sáng tạo tên kí tự.

    ✾ ✽ ✼ ✠ ☆ ★ ✡ ✴ ✺ ☼ ☸ ❋ ✽ ✻ ❆ ۞ ۝ ❃ ❂ ✿ ❀ ❁

    Kí tự dấu tích, gạch chéo

    Danh sách những kí tự đặc biệt dấu tích, dấu x, dấu đầu dòng được thường dùng cho Facebook, Word

    * ‣ ⁃ ◘ ◦ ” ” ❞ ❝ ˇ ∛ ∜ ☐ ☑ ☒ ✓ ✔ ✗ ✘ ∨ √ ✓

    ✔ ✗ ✘ ✅ ☓ ∨ √ ✇ ☐ ❌ ☑ ☒ 〤 ✖ 〥 ❎

    Kí tự đặc biệt cỏ bốn lá

    Gợi ý cho bạn 2 kí hiệu cỏ bốn lá may mắn.

    ஐ ☘

    Kí tự đặc biệt cây dù nghiêng

    Gợi ý những cây dù nghiêng trong Game Free Fire, Game Pubg

    ☂ ⛱

    Kí tự đặc biệt Quả táo

    Kí tự đặc biệt Mặt Quỷ

    Có rất nhiều kiểu để sáng tạo ra những Kí tự đặc biệt Mặt quỷ khác nhau, mỗi một kiểu là sự thể hiện cảm xúc cho từng kí tự như ngầu khóc, giận hờn.

    1. ╰‿╯ Mặt quỷ ngầu
    2. ╰︿╯ Mặt quỷ buồn
    3. (╰_╯) Mặt quỷ tức giận
    4. ╰︹╯ Mặt quỷ tủi thân
    5. (◣_◢) Mặt quỷ điên
    6. ╰︵╯Mặt quỷ bỉm môi (chê bai)
    7. ╰ ༿ ༾╯ Mặt quỷ khóc
    8. ╰ ༿ ‿ ༾╯ Mặt quỷ cười
    9. o(︶︿︶)o Mặt quỷ hờn

    Một số kiểu ghép Kí tự Mặt quỷ thành tên nhân vật trong Game Free Fire như:

    ╰‿╯Tên của bạn ✿

    ╰︿╯Tên của bạn ❄

    ╰︵╯Biệt danh ❤

    ╰‿╯╰(╯ Biệt danh của bạn.

    Gợi ý 10 kí hiệu cờ vua thông dụng nhất.

    ♘ ♞ ♗ ♝♖ ♜ ♕ ♛ ♔ ♚

    Kí tự xúc xắc

    Trọn bộ kí hiệu xúc xắc.

    ⚀ ⚁ ⚂ ⚃ ⚄ ⚅

    Kí tự mũi tên

    ← ↑ → ↓ ↔ ↕ ↖ ↗ ↘ ↙ ↚ ↛ ↜ ↝ ↞ ↟

    ↠ ↡ ↢ ↣ ↤ ↥ ↦ ↧ ↨ ↩ ↪ ↫ ↬ ↭ ↮ ↯

    ⇰ ⇱ ⇲ ⇳ ⇴ ⇵ ⇶ ⇷ ⇸ ⇹ ⇺ ⇻ ⇼ ⇽ ⇾ ⇿

    ⇀ ⇁ ⇂ ⇃ ⇄ ⇅ ⇆ ⇇ ⇈ ⇉ ⇊ ⇋ ⇌ ⇍ ⇎ ⇏

    ⇐ ⇑ ⇒ ⇓ ⇔ ⇕ ⇖ ⇗ ⇘ ⇙ ⇚ ⇛ ⇜ ⇝ ⇞ ⇟

    ↰ ↱ ↲ ↳ ↴ ↵ ↶ ↷ ↸ ↹ ↺ ↻ ↼ ↽ ↾ ↿

    ⇠ ⇡ ⇢ ⇣ ⇤ ⇥ ⇦ ⇧ ⇨ ⇩ ⇪ ⇫ ⇬ ⇭ ⇮ ⇯

    Danh sách đầy đủ những kí hiệu về các đồng tiền hiện nay trên thế giới.

    ¤ € £ Ұ ₴ $ ₰ ¢ ₤ ¥ ₳ ₲ ₪ ₵ 元 ₣ ₱ ฿ ¤ ₡ ₮ ₭ ₩ 円 ₢ ₥ ₫ ₦ z ł ﷼ ₠ ₧ ₯ ₨ Kč र ƒ ₹

    Kí tự đặc biệt dấu xẹt

    Một vài kiểu kí tự dấu xẹt mới. Những dấu xẹt này có thể dùng làm dấu cách đẹp cho tên game của bạn.

    ۱ ۲ ۳ ۴

    Kí hiệu nam nữ

    Gợi ý 2 kí hiệu đặc biệt dành cho nam và nữ.

    웃 유

    Kí tự vương miện

    Gợi ý cho bạn những kí hiệu vương miện độc đáo.

    ♕ ♛ ♔ ♚

    Kí tự đặc biệt đầu lâu

    Gợi ý 1 kí hiệu đầu lâu rất ngầu.

    ☠️

    Kí tự đặc biệt nốt nhạc

    Gửi bạn những kí tự nốt nhạc Unicode được dùng nhiều trong word, facebook, audition ♩ ♪ ♫ ♬

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    ♩ ♪ ♫ ♬ ♭ ♮ ♯ 𝄪 𝄆 𝄇 𝄈 𝄐 𝄑 𝄒 𝆒 𝆓 𝄫 𝄞 𝄢 𝄡 ☊ ☋ ✦ ✧

    Kí tự đặc biệt hình súng

    Một vài kiểu mẫu kí tự hình súng gợi ý cho bạn. Bạn có thể dùng những kí hiệu này để đặt tên cho nhân vật trong Game Pubg, Game Free Fire.

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    Kí tự thánh giá

    Gợi ý cho bạn 4 kí hiệu thánh giá.

    ✝ ✞ ✟ ♱

    Các kí tự chữ cái đặc biệt

    Danh sách các chữ đặc biệt dùng để chuyển đổi từ chữ thường sang chữ đặc biệt trong bảng kí tự. Danh sách bảng này bao gồm các chữ a đến chữ z.

    ᶏ ᶐ Ⱥ a A ᴬ ᵃ ª ᶛ ᵆ ᵄ ᵅ ₐ ᴭ ầ ẫ ẩ ǎ å ǻ ä ǟ ã ȧ ᴂ ᴁắ ằ ẵ ẳ â ấ ᴀ Å ẚ ∆ ∀ α Λ ɐ ɑ ɒ á à ă ǡ ą ā ả ȁ ȃ ạ ặ ậ ḁ ǽ ǣ

    ᶀ ᵬ b Bɞ ɮ ʙ ҍ Ᏸ ℬ ᴮ ᵇ ᴯ ᴃ þ ß ƀ Ɓ Ƅ ɓ β ḃ ḅ ḇ

    ᶗ Ȼ ȼ c C ᴒ ᴖ ᵔ ᴗ ᵕ ᴄ Ç ć ĉ č ċ © ¢ € Ƈ ɕ ʗ ℂ Č ☪ ℭ ᶜ ᵓ ᶝ ᴐ ς ç ḉ

    ᶑ ᶁ ᵭ d D ᴰ ᵈ ᶞ ᴅ ȡ ᴆ dz Dz DZ dž Dž DŽ ∂ δ Ð đ Ɗ ɖ ɗ ð ď ḋ ḑ ḍ ḓ ḏ

    ᶒ ᶓ ᶔ ᶕ e E ᴱ ᵉ ᶟ ᴲ ᵊ ᵋ é è ĕ ê ế ề ễ ể ě Ə Ɛ Ǝ ε Σ Ƹ ƺ ɘ ə ξ э ҿ ཇ ℰ ℯ ミ € ع έ ɚ ë ẽ ė ᵌ ₑ ₔ ∊ ∈ ᴇ ᴈ Ξ ∃ ȩ ḝ ę ē ḗ ḕ ẻ ȅ ȇ ẹ ệ ḙ ḛ

    ᶘ ᶂ ᶋ ᵮ f F ᶠ ᶴ ff ffi ffl fi fl Ƒ ƒ ℱ ʄ ḟ

    ᶃ g G ᴳ ᵍ ᶢ Ɠ Ǥ ǥ ɠ ɡ ɢ ʛ ց Ꮆ ջ ❡ ǵ ğ ĝ ǧ ġ ģ ḡ

    h H ʰ ʱ ᴴ ᵸ ᶣ ħ ƕ Ƕ ɦ ɧ ʜ ђ Ᏺ ℋ ℌ サ Ҥ Ħ ℏ ĥ ȟ ḧ ḣ ḩ ḥ ḫ ẖ

    ᶖ i I ᴵ ᵢ ᶤ ᶥ ᶦ ᶧ ᴉ ᵎ ⁱ ϊ أ ར ¡ ɩ ij IJ ᵻ Ɨ ɨ ɪ í ì ĭ î ǐ ï ḯ ĩ į ī ỉ ȉ ȋ ị ḭ

    j J ᴶ ʲ ᴊ ᶨ ᶡ ℑ ʝ ز ჟ ĵ ǰ ȷ Ꮰ

    ᶄ k K ᴷ ᵏ ᴋ κ Ƙ ƙ ʞ ϗ ҡ ḱ ǩ ķ ḳ ḵ

    ᶅ Ƚ l Lɫ ɭ ʆ ʟ ᶪ ᶫ£ Ɩ ƪᏝ ℒ ℓ Ł ₤ ĺ ľ ļ ᴸ ˡ ᶩ ᴌ ȴ ŀ Ŀ lj Lj LJ 廴 ḷ ḹ ḽ ḻ

    ᶆ ᵯ ɱ ʍ ℳ ᴹ ᵐ ᶬ ᶭ ᴍ м Ɯ ɷ ḿ ṁm M ṃ

    ᶇ ᵰ n N ᶰ ή ᴻ ᵑ ᶮ ᶯ ᴎ ȵ nj ƞ ɲ ɳ ɴ Ϟ ℕ ϰ സ Ո ⁿ ᴺ ռ ♑ ń ǹ ň ñ ṅ Nj NJ ղ ท и η Ɲņ ṇ ṋ ṉ

    o O ᴼ ᵒ ᶱ ᴕ º ° ö © ⊙ σ ø ѻ ◯ ó ò ŏ ô ố ồ ő õ ṍ ṏ ȭ ȯ ȱ ǫ ǭ ō ṓ ṑ ỏ ȍ ȏ ỗ ổ ǒ ö ȫ ᶲ ᶿ ₒ ᴏ ᴑ ᴔ ᴓ Θ ᴽ ơ ớ ờ ỡ ở ợ ọ ộ ǿ

    ᶈ ᵽ ᵱ p P ᴾ ℙ ₱ ℘ ᵖ ᴘ ¶ ρ φ Þ þ Ƥ ƥ ƿ բ ք ṕ ṗ Ꭾ

    q Q ᵠ Ǫ ǫ ʠ ϥ ℚ ҩ Ҩ

    ᶉ ᵲ ᵳ r R ᴿ ʳ ʴ ʵ ʶ ᵣ ᴙ ᴚ ® Ʀ ɼ ɽ ɾ ʀ ʁ ℛ ℜ ℝ ℞ я Ř ŕ ř ṙ ŗ ȑ ȓ ṛ ṝ ṟ

    ᶊ ᵴ ȿ s S ₷ § ∫ Ƨ ƨ Iʂ ʃ ʅ ϛ ֆ ى Ꭶ ʂ Ş $ ی ˢ ᶳ ſ ẛ st ſtś ṥ ŝ š ṧ ṡ ş ṣ ṩ ș

    ᵵ ᵺ ᵼ Ⱦ t TՇ π ŧ Ŧ ƫ Ƭ ƭ Ʈ ǂ ʇ ʈ τ Ϯ ϯ ィ է ɬ ł ᵀ ᵗ ᶵ ᴛ ȶ ح ♈️ ζ ե Ť ť ẗ ṫ ţ ṭ ț ṱ ṯ

    ᶙ ᵾ ᵿ u U ᵁ ᵘ ᵤ ᶶ ᶷ ᶸ ᵙ ᴞ ᵫ ʮ ʯ ʉ ʊ ʋ υ ϋ և ú ù ŭ û ǖ ű ũ ṹ ų ū ṻ ủ ȕ ȗ ư ứ ừ ữ ử ǔ ᶹ ᴜ ᴝ ů ü ǘ ǜ ǚ ự ụ ṳ ṷ ṵ

    ᶌ v V ᵛ Ҩ ℣ ✓ ᵥ ᶺ ᴠ ϑ Ʋ ʋ ν Ѵ ѵ ҩ Ѷ ṽ ṿ

    w W ᵂ ʷ ᵚ ᴟ ᴡ ψ ŵ ẘ ẅ ω ϖ Ɯ ʍ Ѡ ѡ ཡ Ꮚ Ꮤ Ϣ ẃ ẁ ẇ ẉ

    ᶍ x X✘ メ ᵡ ᵪ × ˣ ₓ Ҳ ɤ χ ℵ 乂 ẍ ẋ

    y Y ʸ ˠ ϒŷ ẙ ÿ ỹ Ÿ Ƴ ƴ γ ʎ ʏ ¥ ɣ ყ ý ỳ ẏ ȳ ỷ ỵ

    ᶚ ᶎ ᵶ ᶻ ᶼ ᶽ Ƶ ƶ ɀ z Z ᴢ ᴣ ᴤ ʼn ζ ☡ ℤ ʓ ح ź ẑ ȥ ʐ ʑ Հ ᶾ ž ż ẓ ẕ ǯ

    Gợi ý: Mẹo nhỏ cho bạn nếu bạn muốn tìm những kí tự chữ cái tại chúng tôi bạn có thể nhập 1 kí tự ví dụ chữ “a” vào ô tạo tên, sau đó SoShareIT sẽ gợi ý ra cho bạn hơn 102 kí tự đẹp khác nhau.

    Ứng dụng Kí tự đặc biệt trên di động

    Hiện nay ứng dụng Kí Tự Đặc Biệt cung cấp bởi SoShareIT đã có mặt trên kho ứng dụng CH Play của Google và kho ứng dụng App Store của Apple. Bạn có thể cài đặt về máy để trải nghiệm dịch vụ tốt hơn như tốc độ nhanh hơn, ứng dụng đơn giản gồm các bước rất rỏ ràng dễ sử dụng.

    App Kí tự đặc biệt trên Android từ CH Play

    Đối với các dòng máy chạy hệ điều hành Android như Samsung, Oppo, Vivo, Huawei, HTC tại.

    App Kí tự đặc biệt trên IOS từ AppStore

    Đối với các dòng điện thoại là Iphone, Ipad với IOS 11 trở lên, bạn có thể cài đặt tại:

    Kí tự đặc biệt SoShareIT hỗ trợ cho các tựa game mới như: rise of kingdom, hago, rise of the kings, hoàng hậu cát tường, fo4 và nhiều tựa Game khác.

    Bảng xếp hạng Kí tự đặc biệt

    1. kí tự sharingan
    2. kí tự doraemon
    3. kí tự hago
    4. kí tự đẹp nhất thế giới

    Ứng dụng Kí tự đặc biệt cung cấp bởi SoShareIT ( Lê Thanh Sang) là một sản phẩm công nghệ trên nền tảng website và App mobile gồm Android và IOS giúp mọi người có thể chuyển đổi chữ thường sang chữ kí tự cũng như gợi ý toàn bộ những kí hiệu đặc biệt theo font chữ bảng mã Unicode.

    Những nội dung chính mà Ứng dụng Kí tự đặc biệt SoShareIT – Tạo tên Game và Kí hiệu miễn phí lập ra để phục vụ Cộng đồng như:

    • Tạo tên Game
    • Xem danh sách gợi ý tên Game hay
    • Tin tức mới về thứ hạng những Game đang thịnh hành như Free Fire, Pubg, LOL, Liên Quân.

    Đến với Ứng dụng Kí tự đặc biệt SoShareIT là sự lựa chọn đúng đắn nhất trong sự trải nghiệm cũng như tạo tên Game cho nhân vật yêu thích của bạn. Mục đích cao nhất của SoShareIT là cung cấp cho bạn những trải nghiệm người dùng tốt nhất, cách tối giản thao tác thực hiện, ứng dụng gọn nhẹ dễ sử dụng dù bạn đang trên máy tính hay điện thoại thông minh.

    Với ứng dụng công nghệ Client-Server và P2P để người dùng tạo tên Game cho nhân vật nhanh hơn, và giúp mọi người có thể lưu lại tên Game cũng như chia sẻ rộng rải đến bạn bè, các Game thủ với nhau.

    Bước 1: Các bạn vui lòng truy cập vào Google nếu chưa sử dụng qua SoShareIT bao giờ.

    Bước 2: Các bạn nhập vào từ khóa kí tự đặc biệt soshareit trên google hoặc truy cập thẳng vào website: https://soshareit.com/vi/ki-tu-dac-biet

    Bước 3: Hãy nhập tên của bạn vào như hình để ứng dụng SoShareIT tạo tên cho bạn.

    Bước 4: Bạn có thể nhập tùy thích tên của bạn, chọn kí tự bên trái, kí tự bên phải, sau đó nhấn Tạo Tên.

    Bước 5: Bạn vui lòng chờ khoảng 1 giây, để ứng dụng tạo tên của chúng tôi tạo và gợi ý cho bạn những tên hay.

    Bước 6: Ứng dụng tự động tạo cho bạn 5 mẫu tự động ngẫu nhiên, 5 mẫu là kí tự ngẫu nhiên đối xứng, và tất cả các kiểu chữ dựa vào kí tự trái, kí tự phải mà bạn đã chọn trước đó.

    Bước 7: Xem trước mẫu kí tự trên các game hàng đầu như Free Fire, Pubg, Liên Quân.

    Đia chỉ: 267B Ba Tơ, Phường 7, Quận 8, Thành Phố Hồ Chí Minh, Việt Nam, 700000

    Website: https://soshareit.com

    Email: [email protected]

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/soshareit.vi

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/soshareit1

    Linkedin: https://vn.linkedin.com/in/soshareit

    Group trao đổi: https://www.facebook.com/groups/469208917136602/

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  • Ứng dụng Kí tự đặc biệt 2021 cung cấp bởi SoShareIT ❤️❤️❤️ tạo chữ 𝑰𝑫𝑶𝑳 ✅, 𝑴𝒂̣̆𝒕 𝑸𝒖𝒚̉ ✅, 𝑻𝒓𝒂́𝒊 𝒕𝒂́𝒐 (🍏) trong Game cho nhân vật bằng những kí hiệu phù hợp. Cập nhật liên tục những kí tự đẹp mới cho những Game như Free Fire FF, Liên Quân, PUBG, FIFA, Gunny.

    Ứng Dụng Kí Tự Đặc Biệt

    Bạn chỉ cần nhập tên muốn đổi từ chữ thường sang kí tự đặc biệt vào khung bên dưới, có thể chỉnh tên đẹp bằng cách thêm kí hiệu bên trái, bên phải để chữ kí tự thêm sinh động.

    LOL ◎ FB ◎ Gunny ◎ Pubg ◎ Free Fire

    Khuyến cáo:

    • Nên tạo tên tối đa 12 kí tự bao gồm cả chữ và Kí hiệu đặc biệt.
    • Tránh dùng từ ngữ có dấu tiếng việt để không bị lỗi font chữ.

    Danh Sách Tên Game Kí Tự Đặc Biệt

    Danh sách Kí tự đặc biệt mới cập nhật

    Danh sách những Kí tự đặc biệt được cập nhật thường xuyên, có thể hiển thị trên các thiết bị di động như Android 10, IOS 14 và các hệ diều hành trên máy tính.

    Kí tự đặc biệt Mặt Quỷ

    Có rất nhiều kiểu để sáng tạo ra những Kí tự đặc biệt Mặt quỷ khác nhau, mỗi một kiểu là sự thể hiện cảm xúc cho từng kí tự như ngầu khóc, giận hờn.

    1. ╰‿╯ Mặt quỷ ngầu
    2. ╰︿╯ Mặt quỷ buồn
    3. (╰_╯) Mặt quỷ tức giận
    4. ╰︹╯ Mặt quỷ tủi thân
    5. (◣_◢) Mặt quỷ điên
    6. ╰︵╯Mặt quỷ bỉm môi (chê bai)
    7. ╰ ༿ ༾╯ Mặt quỷ khóc
    8. ╰ ༿ ‿ ༾╯ Mặt quỷ cười
    9. o(︶︿︶)o Mặt quỷ hờn

    Một số kiểu ghép Kí tự Mặt quỷ thành tên nhân vật trong Game Free Fire như:

    ╰‿╯Tên của bạn ✿

    ╰︿╯Tên của bạn ❄

    ╰︵╯Biệt danh ❤

    ╰‿╯╰(╯ Biệt danh của bạn.

    Kí tự đặc biệt Quả táo

    Kí tự Quả táo Iphone ( Sao chép)

    Kí tự đặc biệt dấu cách

    Kí tự đặc biệt dấu cách hay còn gọi là Kí tự đặc biệt khoảng trống hoăc kí tự ảo là kí tự không nhìn thấy được, tương tự như dấu cách bình thường nhưng bảng mã Unicode lại khác và được phép sử dụng trong một số Game như Free Fire, Pubg.

    Kí tự đặc biệt cây dù nghiêng

    Gợi ý những cây dù nghiêng trong Game Free Fire, Game Pubg

    Kí tự đặc biệt số

    Những kí tự số chữ nhỏ xíu ở trên đầu và ở dưới và các kiểu số vòng tròn.

    Kí tự đặc biệt số nhỏ

    Số nhỏ trên đầu: ⁰ ¹ ² ³ ⁴ ⁵ ⁶ ⁷ ⁸ ⁹

    Số nhỏ bên dưới: ₀ ₁ ₂ ₃ ₄ ₅ ₆ ₇ ₈ ₉

    Vòng tròn đen: ⓿ ❶ ❷ ❸ ❹ ❺ ❻ ❼ ❽ ❾ ❿ ➀ ➁ ➂ ➃ ➄ ➅ ➆ ➇ ➈ ➉ ➊ ➋ ➌ ➍ ➎ ➏ ➐ ➑ ➒ ➓

    Kí tự la mã: Ⅰ Ⅱ Ⅲ Ⅳ Ⅴ Ⅵ Ⅶ Ⅷ Ⅸ Ⅹ Ⅺ Ⅻ Ⅼ Ⅽ Ⅾ Ⅿ

    Số theo phần trăm: ½ ¼ ¾ ⅓ ⅔ ⅕ ⅖ ⅗ ⅘ ⅙ ⅚ ⅛ ⅜ ⅝ ⅞

    Kí tự đặc biệt chữ nhỏ

    Kí tự đặc biệt năm sinh

    Bạn đã quá quen thuộc với những kí tự số theo cùng một kích thước và không có sự sáng tạo độc đáo thì đây chắc chắn là những gì bạn đang cần. Những kí tự năm sinh cho dân 9x đến 2k rất đẹp và dễ thương.

    • 1999 – ¹⁹⁹⁹ – ¹ᵏ⁹ – ₁₉₉₉ – ₁ₖ₉
    • 2000 – ²⁰⁰⁰ – ²ᵏ – ₂₀₀₀ – ₂ₖ
    • 2001 – ²⁰⁰¹ – ²ᵏ¹ – ₂₀₀₁ – ₂ₖ₁
    • 2002 – ²⁰⁰² – ²ᵏ² – ₂₀₀₂ – ₂ₖ₂
    • 2003 – ²⁰⁰³ – ²ᵏ³ – ₂₀₀₃ – ₂ₖ₃
    • 2004 – ²⁰⁰⁴ – ²ᵏ⁴ – ₂₀₀₄ – ₂ₖ₄
    • 2005 – ²⁰⁰⁵ – ²ᵏ⁵ – ₂₀₀₅ – ₂ₖ₅
    • 2006 – ²⁰⁰⁶ – ²ᵏ⁶ – ₂₀₀₆ – ₂ₖ₆
    • 2007 – ²⁰⁰⁷ – ²ᵏ⁷ – ₂₀₀₇ – ₂ₖ₇
    • 2008 – ²⁰⁰⁸ – ²ᵏ⁸ – ₂₀₀₈ – ₂ₖ₈
    • 2009 – ²⁰⁰⁹ – ²ᵏ⁹ – ₂₀₀₉ – ₂ₖ₉

    Kí tự trái tim

    Một số kí tự trái tim nghiêng, kí tự trái tim nhỏ, kí tự đặc biệt trái tim đen, trái tim xanh, trái tim đỏ.

    ❥ ❣ ❦ ❧ ღ ɞ ♡ ❤ ❤️ 💚 💖

    Kí hiệu ngôi sao

    ✲ ⋆ ❅ ❇ ❈ ❖ ✫ ✪ ✩ ✬ ✮ ✭ ✯ ✰ ✹ ✸ ✷ ✶ ✵ ✳ ✱ ❊ ❉

    Kí tự hình bông hoa

    Một vài ý tưởng về kí hiệu bông hoa như bông hoa mai, bông hoa cúc, kí tự đặc biệt hoa anh đào dành cho mọi người có thể sáng tạo tên kí tự.

    ✾ ✽ ✼ ✠ ☆ ★ ✡ ✴ ✺ ☼ ☸ ❋ ✽ ✻ ❆ ۞ ۝ ❃ ❂ ✿ ❀ ❁

    Kí tự dấu tích, gạch chéo

    Danh sách những kí tự đặc biệt dấu tích, dấu x, dấu đầu dòng được thường dùng cho Facebook, Word

    Kí tự mũi tên

    ← ↑ → ↓ ↔ ↕ ↖ ↗ ↘ ↙ ↚ ↛ ↜ ↝ ↞ ↟

    ↠ ↡ ↢ ↣ ↤ ↥ ↦ ↧ ↨ ↩ ↪ ↫ ↬ ↭ ↮ ↯

    ⇰ ⇱ ⇲ ⇳ ⇴ ⇵ ⇶ ⇷ ⇸ ⇹ ⇺ ⇻ ⇼ ⇽ ⇾ ⇿

    ⇀ ⇁ ⇂ ⇃ ⇄ ⇅ ⇆ ⇇ ⇈ ⇉ ⇊ ⇋ ⇌ ⇍ ⇎ ⇏

    ⇐ ⇑ ⇒ ⇓ ⇔ ⇕ ⇖ ⇗ ⇘ ⇙ ⇚ ⇛ ⇜ ⇝ ⇞ ⇟

    ↰ ↱ ↲ ↳ ↴ ↵ ↶ ↷ ↸ ↹ ↺ ↻ ↼ ↽ ↾ ↿

    ⇠ ⇡ ⇢ ⇣ ⇤ ⇥ ⇦ ⇧ ⇨ ⇩ ⇪ ⇫ ⇬ ⇭ ⇮ ⇯

    Danh sách đầy đủ những kí hiệu về các đồng tiền hiện nay trên thế giới.

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    Kí tự đặc biệt dấu xẹt

    Một vài kiểu kí tự dấu xẹt mới. Những dấu xẹt này có thể dùng làm dấu cách đẹp cho tên game của bạn.

    Kí tự đặc biệt chữ to

    Gợi ý 24 chữ cái to viết hoa, viết thường thông dụng nhất. Ví dụ SOSHAREIT hoặc soshareit

    A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

    a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z

    Kí hiệu nam nữ

    Gợi ý 2 kí hiệu đặc biệt dành cho nam và nữ.

    Kí tự vương miện

    Gợi ý cho bạn những kí hiệu vương miện độc đáo.

    Kí tự đặc biệt đầu lâu

    Gợi ý 1 kí hiệu đầu lâu rất ngầu.

    ☠️

    Kí tự đặc biệt nhỏ trên đầu

    Danh sách 24 kí hiệu là chữ kí tự nhỏ trên đầu.

    ᵃ ᵇ ᶜ ᵈ ᵉ ᶠ ᵍ ʰ ᶦ ʲ ᵏ ˡ ᵐ ⁿ ᵒ ᵖ ᑫ ʳ ˢ ᵗ ᵘ ᵛ ʷ ˣ ʸ ᶻ ⁰ ¹ ² ³ ⁴ ⁵ ⁶ ⁷ ⁸ ⁹

    Kí tự đặc biệt nốt nhạc

    Gửi bạn những kí tự nốt nhạc Unicode được dùng nhiều trong word, facebook, audition ♩ ♪ ♫ ♬

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    Kí tự đặc biệt chữ Thái Lan

    Là kiểu kí tự độc lạ đang được tìm kiếm thường xuyên, những kí tự Thái Lan (Thailand) có vẻ như đang tạo sự cuốn hút khác biệt rỏ ràng nhất cho người chơi game. Bạn có thể bôi đen từng kí tự và sao chép sử dụng nhiều lần để tạo tên theo ý thích.

    Ứng dụng Kí tự đặc biệt trên di động

    Hiện nay ứng dụng Kí Tự Đặc Biệt cung cấp bởi SoShareIT đã có mặt trên kho ứng dụng CH Play của Google và kho ứng dụng App Store của Apple. Bạn có thể cài đặt về máy để trải nghiệm dịch vụ tốt hơn như tốc độ nhanh hơn, ứng dụng đơn giản gồm các bước rất rỏ ràng dễ sử dụng.

    App Kí tự đặc biệt trên Android từ CH Play

    Đối với các dòng máy chạy hệ điều hành Android như Samsung, Oppo, Vivo, Huawei, HTC tại.

    App Kí tự đặc biệt trên IOS từ AppStore

    Đối với các dòng điện thoại là Iphone, Ipad với IOS 11 trở lên, bạn có thể cài đặt tại:

    Kí tự đặc biệt SoShareIT hỗ trợ cho các tựa game mới như: rise of kingdom, hago, rise of the kings, hoàng hậu cát tường, fo4 và nhiều tựa Game khác.

    Bảng xếp hạng Kí tự đặc biệt

    1. kí tự sharingan
    2. kí tự doraemon
    3. kí tự hago
    4. kí tự đẹp nhất thế giới
    5. kis tuwj ddepj

    Tạo tên hay nhận ngay kim cương Free Fire (FF)

    Danh sách nhận thẻ Garena ngày 18/10/2020 gồm:

    – K có tiền nạp game mà acc nghèo quá nên mik mới xin kc

    – Dạ em muốn mua trang phục do acc em cùi lắm.

    – vì ba mẹ tôi ko cho nạp

    Các bạn dùng chính email trên gửi xác nhận vào email:

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    Twitter: https://twitter.com/soshareit1

    Linkedin: https://vn.linkedin.com/in/soshareit

    Group trao đổi: https://www.facebook.com/groups/469208917136602/

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    Kí tự đặc biệt mặt quỷ

    Danh sách những kí tự mặt quỷ buồn, mặt quỷ cười, mặt quỷ khóc, mặt nguy hiểm. Hỗ trợ hiển thị tốt nhất trong game Free Fire.

    ╰‿╯☠️ ╰︿╯ (╰_╯) o(︶︿︶)o ╰︹╯(◣_◢) ╰︵╯╰ ༿ ༾╯╰ ༿ ‿ ༾╯

    Kí tự đặc biệt dấu cách (khoảng cách chữ)

    Đây là kí tự dấu cách dùng để tạo khoảng cách chữ. Hãy chạm vào ô trên và giữ lại để sao chép!

    Nếu bạn tạo tên dành cho Free Fire thì bạn không thể tạo dấu cách đặc biệt này. Hãy sử dụng dấu 丶để thay thế.

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    Những kí tự riêng lẻ giúp bạn có thể tạo thành những tên game theo sở thích, hãy bôi đen và sao chép để lấy ký tự.

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    ᶇ ᵰ n N ᶰ ή ᴻ ᵑ ᶮ ᶯ ᴎ ȵ nj ƞ ɲ ɳ ɴ Ϟ ℕ ϰ സ Ո ⁿ ᴺ ռ ♑ ń ǹ ň ñ ṅ Nj NJ ղ ท и η Ɲņ ṇ ṋ ṉ

    ᶈ ᵽ ᵱ p P ᴾ ℙ ₱ ℘ ᵖ ᴘ ¶ ρ φ Þ þ Ƥ ƥ ƿ բ ք ṕ ṗ Ꭾ

    ᶉ ᵲ ᵳ r R ᴿ ʳ ʴ ʵ ʶ ᵣ ᴙ ᴚ ® Ʀ ɼ ɽ ɾ ʀ ʁ ℛ ℜ ℝ ℞ я Ř ŕ ř ṙ ŗ ȑ ȓ ṛ ṝ ṟ

    ᵵ ᵺ ᵼ Ⱦ t TՇ π ŧ Ŧ ƫ Ƭ ƭ Ʈ ǂ ʇ ʈ τ Ϯ ϯ ィ է ɬ ł ᵀ ᵗ ᶵ ᴛ ȶ ح ♈️ ζ ե Ť ť ẗ ṫ ţ ṭ ț ṱ ṯ

    ᶌ v V ᵛ Ҩ ℣ ✓ ᵥ ᶺ ᴠ ϑ Ʋ ʋ ν Ѵ ѵ ҩ Ѷ ṽ ṿ

    ᶍ x X✘ メ ᵡ ᵪ × ˣ ₓ Ҳ ɤ χ ℵ 乂 ẍ ẋ

    ᶚ ᶎ ᵶ ᶻ ᶼ ᶽ Ƶ ƶ ɀ z Z ᴢ ᴣ ᴤ ʼn ζ ☡ ℤ ʓ ح ź ẑ ȥ ʐ ʑ Հ ᶾ ž ż ẓ ẕ ǯ

    Kí tự đặc biệt tiếng Nhật Bản

    Tiếng Nhật Bản (Japan) được biết đến trong hệ thống từ ngữ Hiragana Katakana là những kí tự tượng hình với những đường nét mềm mại, uống cong và rất bắt mắt trong các tên game hiện nay. Bạn có thể bôi đen những kí tự đặc biệt tiếng Nhật này để tạo cho mình những tên nickname độc lạ.

    ぁ あ ぃ い ぅ う ぇ え ぉ お か が き ぎ く ぐ け げ こ ご さ ざ し じ す ず せ ぜ そ ぞ た だ ち ぢ っ つ づ て で と ど な に ぬ ね の は ば ぱ ひ び ぴ ふ ぶ ぷ へ べ ぺ ほ ぼ ぽ ま み む め も ゃ や ゅ ゆ ょ よ ら り る れ ろ ゎ わ ゐ ゑ を ん ゔ ゕ ゖ ゚ ゛ ゜ ゝ ゞ ゟ ゠ ァ ア ィ イ ゥ ウ ェ エ ォ オ カ ガ キ ギ ク グ ケ ゲ コ ゴ サ ザ シ ジ ス ズ セ ゼ ソ ゾ タ ダ チ ヂ ッ ツ ヅ テ デ ト ド ナ ニ ヌ ネ ノ ハ バ パ ヒ ビ ピ フ ブ プ ヘ ベ ペ ホ ボ ポ マ ミ ム メ モ ャ ヤ ュ ユ ョ ヨ ラ リ ル レ ロ ヮ ワ ヰ ヱ ヲ ン ヴ ヵ ヶ ヷ ヸ ヹ ヺ ・ ー ヽ ヾ ヿ ㍐ ㍿

    Kí tự đặc biệt tiếng Hàn Quốc

    Với kiểu kí tự tượng hình khác, những kí tự đặc biệt Hàn Quốc (Korea Unicode) lại có nét khác biệt là những kí tự hình tròn, hình vuông nhưng cũng rất ấn tượng khi tạo tên game, tên nhân vật.

    ㄱ ㄲ ㄳ ㄴ ㄵ ㄶ ㄷ ㄸ ㄹ ㄺ ㄻ ㄼ ㄽ ㄾ ㄿ ㅀ ㅁ ㅂ ㅃ ㅄ ㅅ ㅆ ㅇ ㅈ ㅉ ㅊ ㅋ ㅌ ㅍ ㅎ ㅏ ㅐ ㅑ ㅒ ㅓ ㅔ ㅕ ㅖ ㅗ ㅘ ㅙ ㅚ ㅛ ㅜ ㅝ ㅞ ㅟ ㅠ ㅡ ㅢ ㅥ ㅦ ㅧ ㅨ ㅩ ㅪ ㅫ ㅬ ㅭ ㅮ ㅯ ㅰ ㅱ ㅲ ㅳ ㅴ ㅵ ㅶ ㅷ ㅸ ㅹ ㅺ ㅻ ㅼ ㅽ ㅾ ㅿ ㆀ ㆁ ㆂ ㆃ ㆄ ㆅ ㆆ ㆇ ㆈ ㆉ ㆊ

    Kí tự đặc biệt chữ Thái Lan

    Là kiểu kí tự độc lạ đang được tìm kiếm thường xuyên, những kí tự đặc biệt Thái Lan (Thailand) có vẻ như đang tạo sự cuốn hút khác biệt rỏ ràng nhất cho người chơi game. Bạn có thể bôi đen từng kí tự và sao chép sử dụng nhiều lần để tạo tên theo ý thích.

    ก ข ฃ ค ฅ ฆ ง จ ฉ ช ซ ฌ ญ ฎ ฏ ฐ ฑ ฒ ณ ด ต ถ ท ธ น บ ป ผ ฝ พ ฟ ภ ม ย ร ฤ ฤๅ ล ฦ ฦๅ ว ศ ษ ส ห ฬ อ ฮ ◌ะ ◌ั ◌า ◌ำา ◌ิ ◌ี ◌ึ ◌ื ◌ุ ◌ู ◌ฺ ◌ฺุ ◌ฺ เ◌ แ◌ โ◌ ใ◌ ไ◌ ◌็ ◌่ ◌้ ◌๊ ◌๋ ◌์ ◌ํ ◌๎ ◌็่ ◌๊่ ๐ ๑ ๒ ๓ ๔ ๕ ๖ ๗ ๘ ๙ ฿ ๐ ๑ ๒ ๓ ๔ ๕ ๖ ๗ ๘ ๙ ๆ ๏ ☸ ฯ ๚ ๛ ะ ั ็ ่ ้ ๊ ๋ ์ ํ ๎

    Kí tự đặc biệt Trung Quốc

    ㊊ ㊋ ㊌ ㊍ ㊎ ㊏ ㊐ ㊑ ㊒ ㊓ ㊔ ㊕ ㊖ ㊗ ㊘ ㊜ ㊝ ㊞ ㊟ ㊠ ㊡ ㊢ ㊣ ㊤ ㊥ ㊦ ㊧ ㊨ ㊩ ㊪ ㊫ ㊬ ㊭ ㊮ ㊯ ㊰ 中 国 驴 博 客 行的 一 是 在 不 了 有 和 人 这 中 大 为 上 个 国 我 以 要 他 时 来 用 们 生 到 作 地 于 出 就 分 对 成 会 可 主 发 年 动 同 工 也 能 下 过 子 说 产 种 面 而 方 后 多 定 行 学 法 所 民 得 经 十 三 之 进 着 等 部 度 家 电 力 里 如 水 化 高 自 二 理 起 小 物 现 实 加 量 都 两 体 制 机 当 使 点 从 业 本 去 把 性 好 应 开 它 合 还 因 由 其 些 然 前 外 天 政 四 日 那 社 义 事 平 形 与 关 各

    Kí tự đặc biệt là gì

    Những kí tự đặc biệt có thể sẽ được quy ước ra bằng bảng mã HTML, những Font tương ứng trên điện thoại hay máy tính tùy vào mục đích của người dùng.

    Theo đó, những kí tự này được ẩn đi, muốn sử dụng mọi người cần phải sử dụng những thủ thuật bấm tổ hợp phím mới xuất hiện được những kí hiệu đặc biệt.

    Bên cạnh đó, những kí tự đặc biệt còn là tất cả những icon do trên điện thoại di động hay máy tính tạo nên dựa theo font chữ do Unicode phát hành.

    Kí tự đẹp hiện nay được người chơi sử dụng rộng rãi, không phải mất thời gian gõ một dòng chữ dài để nói cho người chơi bên kia biết mình đang nghĩ gì. Chỉ cần mất khoảng vài giây sử dụng kí tự đặc biệt mọi người cũng có thể bày tỏ được cảm xúc riêng của mình.

    Tuy nhiên, Kí tự đặc biệt không phải bất kì ai cũng dễ dàng thao tác sử dụng, tốt nhất mỗi một người chơi cần phải dành ít thời gian để tìm hiểu về về những bước thực hiện.

    Cách tạo chữ kiểu đẹp bằng kí tự đặc biệt

    Bước 1: Các bạn vui lòng truy cập vào Google nếu chưa sử dụng qua SoShareIT bao giờ.

    Bước 2: Các bạn nhập vào từ khóa kí tự đặc biệt soshareit trên google hoặc truy cập thẳng vào website: https://soshareit.com/vi/ki-tu-dac-biet

    Bước 6: Ứng dụng tự động tạo cho bạn 5 mẫu tự động ngẫu nhiên, 5 mẫu là kí tự ngẫu nhiên đối xứng, và tất cả các kiểu chữ dựa vào kí tự trái, kí tự phải mà bạn đã chọn trước đó.

    Bước 7: Xem trước mẫu kí tự trên các game hàng đầu như Free Fire, Pubg, Liên Quân.

    Tải Kí Tự Đặc Biệt trên Ch Play Android và App Store IOS

    Hiện nay ứng dụng Kí Tự Đặc Biệt của SoShareIT đã có mặt trên kho ứng dụng CH Play của Google và kho ứng dụng App Store của Apple. Bạn có thể cài đặt về máy để trải nghiệm dịch vụ tốt hơn như tốc độ nhanh hơn, ứng dụng đơn giản gồm các bước rất rỏ ràng dễ sử dụng.

    Mời bạn cài đặt và sử dụng tại:

    Đối với các dòng máy chạy hệ điều hành Android như Samsung, Oppo, Vivo, Huawei, HTC tại.

    Đối với các dòng điện thoại là Iphone, Ipad với IOS 11 trở lên, bạn có thể cài đặt tại:

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  • macadamize

    to cover a road with small broken stones

    macarism

    a beatitude; taking pleasure in another’s joy

    macarize

    to declare to be happy or blessed

    macaroni

    nonsense; foolishness

    macaronic

    muddled or mixed-up

    macerate

    to steep or soak; to break up; to emaciate

    macerator

    a person who fasts and becomes emaciated

    machair

    low-lying sandy beach

    machairodont

    sabre-toothed

    machicolation

    space between corbels in a parapet

    machinule

    tool used by surveyors to obtain right angle

    macilent

    lean; excessively thin

    mackinaw

    heavy napped and felted wool cloth

    mackintosh

    lightweight rubberized waterproof cotton

    macon

    smoked salted mutton

    macrobiote

    long-lived organism

    macrocephalic

    having an abnormally large head

    macrocephalous

    having a large head

    macrocosm

    large and complex structure considered as a whole

    macrography

    viewing an object with the naked eye

    macrology

    much talk with little to say; redundancy; pleonasm

    macromancy

    pination using large objects

    macromania

    delusion that objects are larger than natural size

    macron

    straight line placed above vowel to indicate stress

    macrophobia

    fear of prolonged waiting

    macropicide

    killer of kangaroos

    macropodine

    of, like or pertaining to kangaroos

    macropterous

    having large wings or fins

    macroscian

    one with a long shadow; one who inhabits polar regions

    macrotone

    macron; straight line placed above vowel to indicate stress

    macrural

    having a long tail

    mactation

    killing or slaughter of a sacrificial victim

    macular

    spotted; patchy

    maculation

    the act of spotting or staining

    maculomancy

    pination using spots

    madapollam

    fine cotton cloth

    madarosis

    loss of eyelashes or eyebrows

    madder

    red dye made from brazil wood; a reddish or red-orange colour

    madefy

    to moisten or make wet

    maderization

    wine becoming rusty in colour and flat in taste

    madescent

    growing damp

    madoline

    vegetable slicer with adjustable blade

    madras

    fine plain-woven cotton or silk

    maenadic

    furious; bacchanalian

    maffick

    to celebrate exuberantly and boisterously

    magadis

    ancient bridged stringed instrument

    maggotorium

    place where maggots are bred for sale to fishers

    magianism

    teachings or philosophy of the magi

    magirics

    art of cookery

    magisterial

    in the manner of a teacher or magistrate

    magisterium

    teaching function of the Catholic church

    magistral

    of, like or pertaining to a master or teacher

    magistricide

    killer of one’s teacher

    magnality

    wonderful or great thing

    magnanerie

    art of raising silkworms

    magnetics

    study of magnetism

    magnetograph

    instrument for recording measurements of magnetic fields

    magnetometer

    instrument for measuring intensity of magnetic fields

    magneton

    unit of the quantized magnetic moment of a particle

    magnicaudate

    having a long tail

    magnificat

    canticle in praise of the Virgin Mary

    magniloquent

    speaking in a grand or pompous style

    magomancy

    pination by magic or sorcery

    magpiety

    garrulousness

    mahout

    one who rides or drives elephants

    maidan

    open plain; open space near a town

    maieutic

    bringing out latent thoughts; socratic

    maillot

    tights worn by a ballet dancer

    mainmast

    sailing ship’s principal mast

    mainour

    stolen goods discovered on thief

    mainpernor

    one who gives mainprise

    mainprise

    surety for the appearance of a prisoner at trial

    mainsail

    principal sail on a ship’s mainmast

    mainsheet

    rope by which mainsail is trimmed and secured

    mainstay

    stay that extends from the main-top to the foot of the foremast

    majolica

    elaborate glazed Italian pottery

    makaf

    hyphen used to join words in Hebrew texts

    malabathrum

    dried leaf used in ancient times to make perfumed ointments

    malacissation

    act of making soft or supple

    malacoid

    made of a soft or fleshy substance

    malacology

    study of molluscs

    malacophilous

    pollinated by snails

    malacophonous

    soft-voiced

    malagma

    emollient plaster

    malaguena

    Spanish dance performed by a couple, similar to the fandango

    malapert

    bold; forward; saucy

    malapropism

    misapplication of words without mispronunciation

    malar

    of, like or pertaining to the cheek

    malariology

    study of malaria

    malarkey

    humbug; nonsense

    malaxage

    softening of clay by kneading it

    malaxate

    to soften by kneading, rubbing or mixing with a liquid

    malbrouck

    arboreal monkey of West Africa

    malchus

    short cutting sword

    malefic

    doing mischief; producing evil

    malfeasance

    evil-doing; illegal activities

    malgrado

    notwithstanding

    maliferous

    harmful; unhealthy

    malinger

    to feign sickness in order to avoid duty or work

    malism

    the belief that the world is evil

    malleation

    hammering; a hammer-mark or dent

    malleiform

    shaped like a hammer

    mallophagous

    eating wool or fleece

    malloseismic

    suffering from frequent and severe earthquakes

    malm

    calcareous loam used in making brick

    malmsey

    sweet perfumed wine

    maltha

    thick mineral pitch

    maltster

    one who makes or deals in malt

    malvaceous

    of, like or pertaining to the mallow family of plants

    malversation

    corruption in office; corrupt administration; misconduct

    mambo

    Cuban ballroom dance resembling the rumba or cha-cha

    mamelon

    rounded hill or protuberance

    mammalogy

    study of mammals

    mammer

    to stammer; to waver; to be undecided

    mammetry

    idolatry; idols collectively

    mammiferous

    having breasts

    mammiform

    shaped like a breast

    mammiliform

    shaped like a nipple

    mammock

    scrap or shred; a broken piece

    mammogenic

    promoting growth of the milk glands

    mammon

    riches; the wealthy; the upper classes

    mammonism

    devotion to pursuit of wealth

    mammose

    shaped like a breast

    mammothrept

    spoiled child

    mamzer

    illegitimate child

    manal

    of, like or pertaining to the hand

    mancipation

    legal transfer by actual or symbolic sale

    manciple

    steward of a college or monastery; purveyor

    mandament

    command; order

    mandamus

    writ instructing that an action should be performed

    mandarism

    government with a large bureaucracy

    mandative

    of, like or pertaining to commands or leadership

    mandibuliform

    shaped like a mandible or jaw-bone

    mandorla

    oval panel containing a work of art; elliptical halo around holy person

    mandrel

    axle of a circular saw

    mandriarch

    founder or leader of a monastic order

    manducate

    to chew or eat

    mandylion

    loose outer garment worn over armour

    manège

    the art of horsemanship

    mangabey

    long-tailed tropical African monkey

    manganiferous

    bearing manganese

    mangonel

    medieval war engine for throwing stones

    manicate

    having a woolly growth that can be peeled off

    manicism

    left-handedness

    maniform

    having the shape of a hand

    maniple

    clerical vestment worn on the left arm

    manometer

    instrument for measuring pssure of a liquid or gas

    manqué

    having had unfulfilled ambition; failing to achieve expectation

    manrope

    rope used as a handrail on a ship

    mansionary

    residence; mansions

    mansuetude

    meekness; tameness; sweetness of temper

    mantelletta

    knee-length sleeveless garment worn by Catholic cardinals and bishops

    mantic

    of, like or pertaining to pination; prophetic; pinely inspired

    mantissa

    decimal part of logarithm

    mantology

    fortune-telling

    manubrial

    shaped like a handle

    manubrium

    any handle-like structure

    manuduction

    careful guidance; leading by hand

    manumission

    emancipation; freedom from slavery

    manurance

    cultivation

    manustupration

    masturbation

    manzello

    variant form of soprano saxophone

    mappemond

    map of the world

    maquette

    small model of something to be made on a larger scale

    maquis

    guerrilla resistance force

    marabout

    thin downy silk

    maraging

    process by which alloy is slowly cooled in the air

    marah

    bitterness; something bitter

    marasmus

    wasting away of the body; emaciation due to malnutrition

    marc

    refuse from winemaking

    marcella

    cotton or linen in twill weave

    marcescent

    withering without falling off

    marchpane

    old name for marzipan

    marcidity

    state of great leanness

    marcottage

    propagation of trees by stripping ring of bark and covering with moss

    margaritiferous

    pearl-bearing

    margaritomancy

    pination using pearls

    maricolous

    living in the sea

    mariculture

    cultivation of aquatic flora and fauna

    marigenous

    produced by or in the sea

    marigraph

    instrument for recording tide levels

    marimbaphone

    marimba with steel keys

    Mariolatry

    worship of the virgin mother

    Mariology

    study of the Virgin Mary

    maritage

    right of feudal lord to arrange marriages of vassals

    mariticide

    killing or killer of one’s husband

    maritodespotism

    ruthless domination by a husband

    marivaudage

    pciosity in literary style or expssion

    markhor

    reddish-grey central Asian wild goat

    marl

    clay used as fertilizer

    marline

    small rope wound about larger rope to keep it from fraying

    marmarosis

    conversion of limestone into marble

    marmoreal

    of or like marble

    marocain

    ribbed crepe fabric

    marquetry

    furniture inlaid with multicoloured wood, ivory, or metal

    marquisette

    sheer meshed cloth

    marrano

    Jew converted to Christianity to avoid persecution

    marry

    expssion of surprised agreement

    martello

    circular fort for coastal defence

    martext

    ignorant pacher

    martinet

    a strict disciplinarian; one who adheres to rules

    martingale

    lower stay of rope used to sustain strain of the forestays

    martingale

    strap between horse’s forelegs to keep its head down

    martlet

    heraldic repsentation of a bird without feet

    martyrium

    shrine erected in memory of a martyr

    martyrolatry

    excessive devotion to martyrs

    martyrology

    study of martyrs

    marver

    marble or iron slab on which molten glass is rolled

    mascaron

    grotesque face on a door-knocker

    maschalephidrosis

    massive sweating of the armpits

    mascle

    diamond-shaped plate or scale

    mascon

    concentration of dense mass beneath the moon’s surface

    maskirovka

    use of deception or camouflage as military stratagem

    masseter

    muscle used to move the lower jaw

    masterate

    degree or title of a master

    masticate

    to chew; to knead mechanically

    mastigophorous

    bearing a whip

    mastoid

    like a nipple or teat

    mastology

    study of mammals

    matachin

    Spanish ritualised sword-dance or battle dance

    matelassé

    having a quilted ornamentation; fabric with raised pattern as if quilted

    materialism

    belief that matter is the only extant substance

    materteral

    of or resembling an aunt

    mathemancy

    pination by counting

    mathematicaster

    minor or inferior mathematician

    mathematicism

    belief that everything is expssible in mathematical terms

    mathesis

    mental discipline; learning or wisdom

    matinal

    of, like or pertaining to the morning

    matins

    prayer service held in early morning hours

    matrass

    long-necked chemical flask

    matrical

    of, like or pertaining to a womb or a matrix

    matricular

    of, like or pertaining to a register

    matriherital

    of, like or pertaining to inheritance along the female line

    matriotism

    love for country or other institution when regarded as a mother

    matripotestal

    of, like or pertaining to the power of mothers

    matroclinic

    more like the mother than the father

    matryoshka

    Russian hollow wooden doll

    mattock

    pickaxe for loosening soil

    mattoid

    person on borderline between sanity and insanity

    maturescent

    becoming mature

    matutinal

    of, like or pertaining to the morning; happening early in the day

    matutolypea

    getting up on the wrong side of the bed

    maudlin

    tearfully sentimental

    maugre

    in spite of; notwithstanding

    maulstick

    stick used by painters to steady the hand

    maunder

    to grumble; to drivel; to mutter

    maundy

    custom of sovereign washing feet of poor or giving alms

    mavrodaphne

    sweet dark red Greek wine

    maxillary

    of, like or pertaining to a jaw

    maximalism

    uncompromising adherence to extreme demands

    maxixe

    Brazilian ballroom dance resembling the two-step

    maxwell

    unit of magnetic flux

    maya

    illusion; the world of phenomena

    mazarine

    rich blue or reddish-blue colour

    mazer

    hardwood drinking bowl

    mazocacothesis

    abnormal position of the placenta

    mazology

    mammalogy; study of mammals

    mazopathia

    any disease of the placenta

    mazurka

    Polish folk dance in moderate triple measure

    mazut

    petroleum residue after distillation

    mazy

    dizzy; confused; labyrinthine; convoluted

    mazzard

    wild sweet cherry

    mazzebah

    ancient Jewish sacred stone pillar

    mbalax

    West African popular music

    mbaqanga

    jazz-influenced southern African popular music style

    mbira

    African musical instrument made of a hollow resonator and metal vibrating strips

    meable

    easily penetrable

    meatus

    opening of a passage or canal

    mecate

    old Mexican measure of about one-tenth of an acre

    mechanism

    belief that life is explainable by mechanical forces

    mechanography

    mechanical reproduction of art

    mechanolatry

    worship of machines

    mechanomorphic

    having the form of a machine

    mecometer

    instrument for measuring length

    meconium

    first feces of a newborn child

    meconology

    study of or treatise concerning opium

    meconomancy

    pination using sleep

    meconophagist

    consumer of opium or heroin

    mediagenic

    able to psent a good image in the media

    medianic

    of, like or pertaining to spiritualists, mediums or prophets

    medicament

    externally applied curative treatment

    medicaster

    quack; charlatan

    meditabund

    absorbed in meditation

    medius

    the middle finger

    medullary

    consisting of or resembling marrow or pith

    medusiform

    resembling a jellyfish

    meedless

    undeserving; unrewarded

    meerkat

    small long-tailed African ground squirrel or mongoose

    megacerine

    extinct giant deer

    megachiropteran

    of, like or pertaining to fruit bats

    megalith

    large rough stone used as a monument

    megalography

    artistic depiction of legendary or significant events

    megameter

    instrument for determining longitude by observing stars

    megaprosopous

    having a large face

    megascope

    instrument for projecting an enlarged image

    megascopic

    visible to the naked eye

    megathermic

    surviving only in tropical climates

    megistotherm

    plant requiring very high temperatures

    megrim

    dizziness; migraine; low spirits

    mehari

    camel used for racing

    meiosis

    understatement of size or importance for rhetorical effect

    mekometer

    range-finder

    melalgia

    pain in the limbs

    melanic

    black; very dark

    melaniferous

    containing or bearing melanin

    melano

    abnormally dark person or animal

    melanochroic

    dark-skinned

    melasma

    dark patch of skin

    meldometer

    instrument for measuring melting points of substances

    meleagrine

    of, like or pertaining to turkeys

    melichrous

    having a honey-like colour

    meliorism

    the belief the world tends to become better

    meliphagous

    feeding upon honey

    melisma

    tune; melodic embellishment; ornamentation

    melismatic

    florid in melody

    melittology

    study of bees

    mellaginous

    of, like or pertaining to or resembling honey

    melliferous

    producing or forming honey

    mellification

    honey-making

    melliloquent

    speaking harmoniously or sweetly

    mellisonant

    sweet-sounding

    mellivorous

    honey-eating

    melodikon

    keyboard instrument that brings tuning forks in contact with rotating cone

    melologue

    recitation with musical accompaniment

    melomania

    craze for music

    melopepon

    any of various kinds of squash

    melopoeia

    composition of music

    melton

    strong and smooth heavy woollen cloth

    membral

    of, like or pertaining to the limbs rather than the trunk

    memoriter

    from memory; by heart

    menald

    speckled; spotted

    menarche

    first menstruation

    mendaciloquence

    lying speech

    mendacity

    insincerity; inclination to tell falsehoods

    mendicant

    member of impoverished religious order

    menisciform

    shaped like a crescent

    meniscus

    crescent-shaped object; concave lens

    menology

    register or calendar of saints’ days

    mensal

    of, like or pertaining to the dinner-table; monthly

    menstruum

    solvent used in the pparation of drugs

    mensuration

    measuring to find the dimensions of things

    mental

    of, like or pertaining to the chin

    mentalism

    belief that the world can be explained as aspect of the mind

    mentatiferous

    telepathic

    mentation

    thought; cogitation; cognition

    menticide

    reduction of mind by psychological pssure

    mentonniere

    armour covering the chin, neck, and lower part of the face

    mephitic

    foul-smelling

    meracious

    pure; unmixed

    mercedary

    pertaining to the giving or receiving of wages

    mercer

    dealer in small wares or textiles

    mercurial

    volatile; fluctuating

    merporous

    dung-eating

    merdurinous

    composed of urine and feces

    merengue

    Caribbean ballroom dance in which feet are frequently dragged

    mereology

    study of part-whole relationships

    meretricious

    of, like or pertaining to prostitution; superficially attractive but lacking value

    merino

    soft wool of the merino sheep; any soft merino-like wool or wool and cotton cloth

    merism

    rhetorical device of contrasting two parts of a whole

    meristic

    pided into parts or segments

    meritocracy

    government by the meritorious

    merlon

    narrow wall in battlement between embrasures

    merocracy

    government by a part of the citizenry

    merogenesis

    segmentation

    meromorphic

    fractional

    meronym

    word whose relation to another is a part to the whole

    meropia

    partial blindness

    mersion

    dipping; as in baptism

    mesail

    movable visor of a helmet

    mésalliance

    unsuitable marriage

    mesic

    adapted to life with a moderate supply of moisture

    mesnalty

    feudal estate

    mesochroic

    having skin colour intermediate between light and dark

    mesocracy

    government by the middle classes

    mesotherm

    plant living only in moderate climates

    mesozeugma

    placement of a word referring to two different clauses between them

    mesquin

    mean; ungracious

    messaline

    soft lightweight silk with a satin weave

    messianism

    belief in a single messiah or saviour

    messuage

    house with land and auxiliary buildings

    metabasis

    transition; transfer; in rhetoric, movement from one topic to another

    metabiosis

    reliance of an organism on another for environment

    metachronism

    an error of dating an event too late

    metachrosis

    ability of animals to change colour

    metage

    official weighing of goods; charge for such weighing

    metagnostic

    incomphensible; beyond understanding

    metagraphy

    transliteration

    metagrobolize

    to mystify; to puzzle out

    metalepsis

    metonymy of a double or indirect kind

    metalliferous

    bearing metal

    metallogenic

    metal occurring as an ore as opposed to in rocks

    metallogeny

    study of the origin and distribution of metal deposits

    metallography

    study of the structure and constitution of metals

    metallophone

    instrument like the xylophone but with metal bars

    metallurgy

    study of alloying and treating metals

    metameric

    of, like or pertaining to serial pision or segmentation of body

    metanalysis

    incorrect placement of ‘n’ at start of word following a nindefinite article

    metanoia

    repentance; fundamental change in character

    metanomen

    metaphorical name

    metaphony

    umlaut; change in vöwel sound due to nearby consonant

    metaphrase

    turning of prose into verse or vice versa

    metaphrast

    one who produces a metaphrase

    metaphysics

    study of principles of nature and thought

    metaphysis

    change in form; metamorphosis

    metaplasm

    alteration in spelling of a word by adding, removing, or transposing letters

    metapolitics

    study of politics in theory or abstract

    metapsychology

    study of nature of the mind

    metastasis

    removal from one place to another; rapid transition in argument

    metasthenic

    having strong haunches or hindquarters

    metastrophe

    mutual exchange

    metathesis

    transposition of sounds or letters of a word

    métayage

    system of agricultural labour with share of produce as wages

    metempirical

    beyond the scope of knowledge

    metempsychosis

    passing of soul after death into another body

    metemptosis

    omission of day from calendar to correct lunar calendar

    metensomatosis

    movement of soul into new body before or after death

    meteorism

    abdominal cramps and swelling due to flatulence

    meteoritics

    the study of meteors

    meteorograph

    instrument recording a variety of meteorological observations

    meteorography

    written description of weather

    meteoromancy

    pination by studying meteors

    methanometer

    instrument for detecting psence of methane

    metheglin

    mead; honey ale

    methinks

    I believe; I think

    methomania

    morbid craving for alcohol

    métier

    profession, occupation, calling or business

    metonymy

    figurative use of word to name an attribute of its subject

    metope

    front, forehead or frontal surface

    metopic

    of, like or pertaining to the forehead

    metopomancy

    pination using the forehead or face

    metoposcopy

    fortune-telling or judgement of character by the lines of the forehead

    metrics

    study of versification

    metrocracy

    government by mothers or women; matriarchy

    metrology

    science of weights and measures

    metromania

    insatiable desire for writing verse

    metronymy

    system of naming after the mother’s or female line

    metrophobia

    fear of poetry

    metropolitan

    archbishop holding authority over other bishops

    meuse

    space through which animal track passes

    mew

    to shed, moult or change

    mezzotint

    method of copper engraving with even gradation of tones

    mho

    unit of electrical conductance

    miasma

    foul vapours from rotting matter; unwholesome air

    micaceous

    consisting of or made of mica

    micrander

    dwarf male plant

    microanatomy

    study of microscopic tissues

    microbarograph

    instrument for recording minute changes in atmospheric pssure

    microbiology

    study of microscopic organisms

    microcalorimeter

    instrument for measuring tiny quantities of heat

    microcephalic

    having a very small head

    microclimatology

    study of local climates

    micrograph

    instrument used to write on a very small scale

    micrography

    description of objects observed under a microscope

    microlith

    very small stone tool

    micrology

    study or discussion of trivialities

    micromancy

    pination using small objects

    micromania

    pathological self-depcation or belief that one is very small

    micrometer

    instrument for measuring very small distances

    microminiaturization

    extreme miniaturization used in making electronic components

    micronometer

    instrument for measuring short periods of time

    micropalaeontology

    study of microscopic fossils

    microphagous

    feeding on small creatures or plants

    microphyllous

    having small leaves

    microphytology

    study of very small plant life

    micropodal

    having extremely small feet

    micropsia

    disease causing objects to appear smaller than actual size

    micropyle

    microscopic orifice

    microscopy

    study of minute objects

    microseismograph

    instrument for recording small or distant earthquakes

    microseismometer

    instrument for measuring small or distant earthquakes

    microsomatous

    having a small body

    microtome

    instrument used to cut very small sections of something

    micrurgy

    dissection under magnification or under a microscope

    micturition

    the act of urinating

    mida

    larva of the bean-fly

    midlenting

    custom of giving gifts to parents on mid-Lent Sunday

    mignon

    small and dainty

    migraineur

    one who suffers from migraines

    mil

    unit of 1/1000 inch used for measuring thickness of wire

    mileometer

    instrument for recording distance travelled in miles

    miliary

    like or concerning millet seeds

    militaster

    soldier without skill or ability

    milleflori

    glassware made of coloured rods embedded in clear glass

    millenarianism

    belief that an ideal society will be produced in the near future

    millesimal

    thousandth; consisting of thousandth parts

    milliad

    millennium; period of a thousand years

    milliammeter

    instrument for recording very small electrical currents

    millionocracy

    government by millionaires

    millocracy

    government by mill owners

    milquetoast

    very timid; unassertive person

    milvine

    of, like or pertaining to kites and similar birds

    mimesis

    rhetorical imitation of another’s words or mannerisms

    mimetic

    imitative; of, like or pertaining to mimicry

    mimography

    written repsentation of signs

    minacious

    threatening

    minargent

    alloy of copper, silver and aluminum

    minauderie

    display of affectation

    mineralography

    study and description of minerals

    mineralogy

    study of minerals

    miniaceous

    colour of reddish lead

    miniate

    to decorate with rubrics; to illuminate a manuscript

    miniaturist

    one who paints miniature pictures

    minify

    to diminish, in appearance or reality

    minim

    unit of liquid volume equal to 1/480 fluid ounces

    minimifidian

    having the smallest possible degree of faith

    minimism

    inclination to reduce a dogma to the least possible

    minium

    vermilion; red lead

    miniver

    ermine in winter coat; ermine or squirrel fur

    minnesinger

    medieval troubadour or poet

    minster

    church associated with a monastery

    minuend

    number from which another is to be subtracted

    minuet

    slow and stately Baroque dance in 3/4 time

    minutious

    paying undue attention to minutiae

    miosis

    abnormal contraction of the pupil of the eye

    miothermic

    of, like or pertaining to temperature conditions of the psent day

    mirabiliary

    miracle worker

    mirador

    belvedere or watchtower; architectural feature with good view

    mirific

    wonder-working; marvellous

    misacceptation

    misinterptation

    misaunter

    misbeseem

    to be unsuited or unsuitable to

    miscegene

    person of mixed racial heritage

    miscellanarian

    writer of miscellanies

    misericord

    ledge in church to lean against while standing; forgiveness or mercy

    misfeasance

    doing of a lawful act in a wrongful manner

    mislight

    to lead astray by a light

    misocainea

    hatred of new ideas

    misocapnic

    hating tobacco or its smoke

    misoclere

    one who hates the clergy

    misogallic

    hating France or the French

    misology

    hatred of reason or knowledge

    misoneism

    hatred of novelty

    misopaedia

    hatred of children

    misosophy

    hatred of knowledge or wisdom

    misotheism

    hatred of God or deities

    misprise

    to scorn; to slight; to undervalue

    misprision

    mistake; overlooking of a crime of another

    missal

    book containing complete service for mass

    mistigris

    variation of poker where blank card can have any value

    misyoke

    to yoke or marry unsuitably

    miter

    high headdress worn by bishop or archbishop

    mithridate

    antidote to poison

    mithridatism

    immunity to poison by taking increasingly large doses

    miticide

    agent which kills mites

    mitogenic

    causing cell pision

    mitrailleur

    machine-gunner

    mitrate

    shaped like a mitre or bonnet

    mitriform

    mitre-shaped

    mittimus

    warrant granted for sending a charged person to jail

    mixotrophic

    combining different modes of nutrition

    mizmaze

    labyrinth; bewilderment

    mizzen

    three-masted vessel; aft sail of such a vessel

    mizzenmast

    mast aft or next aft of the mainmast in a ship

    mizzle

    to rain in small drops

    mnemon

    unit of memory, largely hypothetical

    mnemonist

    one from whose memory nothing is erased

    mnemotechny

    system for improving memory

    mnesic

    of, like or pertaining to memory

    mobilism

    belief that nothing is fixed

    mobocracy

    government by mobs or crowds

    mockado

    inferior quality woollen fabric

    modalism

    belief that the Father, Son and Holy Spirit are three modes of a single entity

    modillion

    ornamental bracket under Corinthian or other column

    modish

    fashionable; stylish

    modiste

    a maker or seller of fashionable dresses and hats

    modius

    cylindrical headdress of the gods

    modulo

    taking into account

    modulus

    number leaving same remainder when pided into two others

    mofette

    volcanic opening in the earth emitting carbon dioxide

    mofussil

    provincial; rural

    mogadore

    ribbed silk used in making neckties

    mogigraphia

    writing only with difficulty

    mogigraphy

    cramped writing; writer’s cramp

    mogilalia

    speaking only with difficulty

    mohair

    fabric made from silky hair of angora goats

    moineau

    small flat bastion that protects fortification when being built

    moiré

    watered appearance on cloth or metal

    moirologist

    mourner for hire

    molariform

    shaped like a molar

    molendinar

    of, like or pertaining to a mill or miller

    moleskin

    heavy durable cotton

    molimen

    great effort, especially in performing natural functions

    molimo

    wooden trumpet used by Mbuti pygmies

    molinary

    of, like or pertaining to mills or grinding

    molinology

    study of mills and milling

    mollipilose

    downy; soft; having soft plumage

    mollities

    softness; softening

    mollitious

    luxurious; sensuous

    molluscicide

    killing of mollusks

    mollycoddle

    an effeminate man

    molo

    two or three-stringed lute of West Africa

    molochize

    to sacrifice

    molossus

    verse foot of three long syllables

    molybdosis

    lead poisoning

    momentaneous

    momentary; instantaneous

    momilogy

    study of mummies

    mon

    Japanese family crest

    monachise

    to cause to become a monk

    monachism

    monasticism

    monadism

    theory that there exist ultimate units of being

    monandry

    marriage to only one man at a time

    monanthous

    having only a single flower

    monaxial

    having only one axis

    mondain

    worldly; fashionable; such a person

    monepic

    comprising only one word or single-word sentences

    monergism

    theory that the Holy Spirit alone can act

    moneyocracy

    government by the monied classes

    mongery

    trafficking or marketing, especially in discreditable ways

    moniliform

    monism

    belief that all things can be placed in one category

    monition

    caution; warning

    monitory

    letter containing a warning

    monkery

    monks in general; monasticism; behaviour of monks

    monoblepsia

    colour-blindness for all but one colour

    monocarpic

    producing fruit only once

    monocerous

    having only one horn

    monochord

    musical instrument having only one string

    monochroic

    of one colour

    monochromasy

    complete colour-blindness

    monochronic

    contemporaneous

    monocracy

    government by one inpidual

    monoculture

    growing of one agricultural crop only

    monoculus

    one-eyed person

    monodrama

    one-man show; play having only one actor

    monody

    mournful ode or poem performed by a single mourner

    monoecious

    having both male and female reproductive organs

    monogenesis

    origin of offspring from identical parent

    monogoneutic

    having only a single brood or litter

    monogony

    asexual reproduction

    monoideism

    obsession or fixation on a single idea or thought

    monolatry

    worship of one god without excluding belief in others

    monoliteral

    comprising only one letter

    monolith

    large single stone in form of monument, obelisk or column

    monology

    habit of offering soliloquies or monologues

    monomachy

    single combat; a duel

    monomania

    abnormal obsession with a single thought or idea

    monomorphic

    having only one form

    monoousian

    having the same substance

    monophagous

    feeding on only one type of food

    monophobia

    fear of being alone

    monophylletic

    derived from common ancestry or parentage

    monophysitism

    belief that Christ was primarily pine but in human form

    monopode

    one-footed person with foot large enough to be a sunshade

    monopolylogue

    dramatic work in which one actor plays many roles

    monopsony

    case of only one buyer for products of several sellers

    monopsychism

    belief that inpiduals have a single eternal soul

    monopteron

    circular temple with one ring of columns

    monoptote

    word with one form for all cases; indeclinable noun

    monorhyme

    series of lines all rhyming together

    monoschemic

    having the same metrical pattern throughout

    monostichous

    in one line; in one row

    monostrophe

    poem in which all stanzas share an identical structure

    monostylar

    consisting of a single shaft

    monosy

    separation of parts normally fused

    monotheism

    belief in only one God

    monotheletism

    belief that Christ had only one will

    monothelious

    polyandrous

    monotroch

    wheelbarrow

    monoxylon

    canoe made from one log

    monstrance

    vessel used to expose the Eucharist

    monstricide

    killing of a monster

    montane

    mountainous; mountain-dwelling

    montant

    vertical member in panelling or framing

    montgolfier

    balloon using fire for propulsion

    monticolous

    mountain-dwelling

    montiform

    shaped like a mountain

    montre

    visible pipes of an organ

    monture

    mounting, setting or frame

    mooncalf

    false conception or fleshy mass in the womb

    moonraker

    topmost sail of a ship, above the skyscraper

    moorlog

    deposit of decayed woody material under a marsh

    moot

    meeting; gathering; meeting-hall

    mopsical

    short-sighted

    moquette

    thick piled fabric used in upholstery and carpeting

    mor

    humus layer formed by slow decomposition in acidic soil

    morassic

    of, like or pertaining to a morass

    morbidezza

    an extreme delicacy and softness

    morbiferous

    disease-bringing

    morbilliform

    like or resembling measles

    morcellate

    to pide into small portions

    mordacious

    given to biting; biting in quality

    mordant

    biting; caustic; incisive; corrosive

    mordent

    rapidly alternating a tone with one half-tone lower; reverse trill

    moreen

    stout corded wool or cotton

    morel

    dark-coloured horse; blackish colour

    moresco

    a Moorish dance or morris-dance

    morgan

    unit of inferred distance between genes on a chromosome

    morganatic

    of, like or pertaining to a marriage between those of unequal rank

    morganise

    to secretly do away with

    morgen

    unit of land area slightly more than two acres

    morgue

    haughtiness; arrogance

    moriform

    shaped like a mulberry

    morigeration

    deferential behaviour

    morigerous

    obsequious or deferent

    morion

    open helmet without visor

    morioplasty

    restoration of lost parts of the body

    morkin

    animal that has died by accident

    morling

    sheep dead from disease; its wool

    morne

    dismal; gloomy; sombre

    morosis

    pathological feeble-mindedness

    morosophy

    foolish ptence of wisdom

    morphallaxis

    regeneration in a changed form

    morphean

    of, like or pertaining to dreams

    morphinomania

    habitual craving or desire for morphine

    morphogenesis

    origin or development of a body part or organ

    morphography

    scientific description of external form

    morphology

    study of forms and the development of structures

    morphometry

    measurement of form or shape

    morphonomy

    laws governing biological morphology

    morphotic

    of, like or pertaining to formation or development

    morris

    vigorous English dance performed by costumed men

    morro

    rounded hill or headland

    morsal

    of, like or pertaining to the cutting edge of a knife

    morsitation

    act of biting or gnawing

    mortalism

    belief that the soul is mortal

    mortiferous

    death-bringing; fatal

    mortise

    hole or recess made in wood to receive a tenon

    mortmain

    restrictive influence of the past on the psent

    moschate

    having a musky odour

    moschiferous

    producing musk

    moslings

    thin strips taken off when dressing skins

    motable

    constantly moving

    motatory

    continually moving

    motiferous

    conveying motion

    motile

    capable of moving spontaneously as a whole

    motograph

    old telegraph or telephone receiver

    moton

    armour for the armpit

    motte

    artificial mound upon which a castle is built

    mottle

    to variegate blotchily

    moucharaby

    projecting latticed window

    mouillé

    sounded in a liquid manner; palatized

    moulin

    shaft in a glacier caused by water running down a crack

    moulinet

    machine for bending a crossbow

    mountenance

    amount; distance

    mournival

    set of four things

    mousseline

    fine sheer fabric

    mousseline

    very fine glassware

    mouton

    sheepskin processed to look like the fur of another animal

    movent

    moving; capable of causing motion

    moyenant

    by means of; on condition that

    mozzetta

    short cape with ornamental hood worn by Catholic plates

    mucedinous

    mouldy; mildewy

    muchity

    great size or bulk

    muciferous

    conveying or secreting mucus

    mucilage

    any sticky substance

    mucivorous

    feeding on plant juices

    mucopurulent

    of mucus and pus

    mucorrhoea

    discharge of mucus

    mucronate

    terminating in a sharp point

    mucrone

    stiff sharp point forming an abrupt end

    mucroniform

    like, having or resembling a sharp point

    muffineer

    dish for keeping muffins hot

    mugient

    bellowing; braying

    mugwump

    one who is neutral politically

    mulciberian

    of, like or pertaining to metalworking

    mulct

    to swindle; to obtain by fraud

    mulctuary

    punishable by a fine

    muliebrile

    womanly; feminine

    mulism

    obstinate quirk or habit

    mull

    soft fine sheer cotton or silk fabric

    mull

    to moisten leather to make it more supple

    muller

    flat heavy stone or iron pulverizing tool

    mullet

    five-pointed star in heraldry; ridiculous hairstyle

    mulligrubs

    a despondent or ill-tempered mood

    mullion

    upright pision between window panes

    mullock

    waste earth or rock from a mine

    mullock

    nonsense; rubbish

    mulm

    organic sediment at bottom of an aquarium

    mulse

    boiled wine with honey

    multanimous

    having a many-sided mind

    multarticulate

    many-jointed

    multeity

    manifoldness; very great numerousness

    multicapitate

    many-headed

    multicipital

    many-headed

    multifarious

    having great persity; manifold

    multifid

    having many pisions

    multiflorous

    many-flowered

    multilocation

    appearance in many places simultaneously

    multiloculate

    many-chambered

    multiloquence

    talkativeness; use of many words

    multiparous

    having given birth to multiple children

    multiplicative

    indicating repetition or augmentation

    multipotent

    having the power to do many things

    multiscience

    knowledge of many things

    multisonant

    producing many or very loud sounds

    multisulcate

    many-furrowed

    multitarian

    having many forms but one central essence

    multivious

    leading in many directions; offering many different paths

    multivocal

    having many meanings

    multivolent

    having several differing opinions; disagreeing

    multivoltine

    having several broods in one season

    multure

    fee for grinding grain

    mumbo-jumbo

    obscure nonsense

    mumpsimus

    view stubbornly held even when shown to be wrong

    mundificative

    a cleansing or purifying medicine

    mundify

    to cleanse; to purify; to heal

    mundungus

    foul-smelling tobacco

    mungo

    shoddy cloth made from shredding old or waste woven material

    munificence

    magnificent liberality in giving

    muniment

    means of defence; record fortifying or proving a claim

    munting

    vertical framing piece between door panels

    muntjac

    small tusked East Asian deer

    muonium

    positively-charged muon attached to an electron

    murage

    tax for the upkeep of walls

    murally

    by means of walls; on or from a wall

    murcous

    having the thumb cut off

    murdrum

    killing of a human being in a secret manner

    murenger

    official in charge of ensuring city walls are repaired

    muriated

    pickled; pserved

    muricate

    rough or warty with sharp points

    muricide

    killing or killer of mice or rats

    muriform

    resembling a mouse or rat

    murine

    of, like or pertaining to mice and rats

    muriphobia

    fear of mice

    murrain

    epidemic or plague affecting livestock

    murre

    white-breasted North Atlantic seabird

    murrhine

    clear glassware containing pieces of coloured glass

    musal

    of, like or pertaining to poetry or the Muses

    muscariform

    shaped like a brush

    muscicapine

    of, like or pertaining to flycatchers and related birds

    muscicide

    substance for killing flies

    muscid

    of, like or pertaining to house-flies

    muscoid

    of, like or pertaining to mosses; moss-like

    muscology

    the study of mosses

    museography

    description of the contents of a museum

    museology

    the study of museums

    musicaster

    a mediocre musician

    musicography

    art of writing music

    muslin

    plain-woven fine cotton

    musomania

    obsession with music

    musrol

    nose-band of a bridle

    mussitation

    murmuring; grumbling

    mustelid

    otters, badgers and weasels

    musteline

    of, like or pertaining to weasels, martens and badgers

    musterdevillers

    archaic mixed grey woollen cloth

    mutagenesis

    origin or induction of mutation

    mutative

    indicating a change of place or state

    mutchkin

    old unit of liquid measurement equal to 3/4 of an imperial pint

    mutic

    lacking normal defensive parts or organs

    mutivity

    tendency to alter

    mutualism

    belief in mutual dependence of society and the inpidual

    mvule

    kind of African tree like a mulberry; hard wood of that tree

    myasthenia

    muscular weakness or debility

    mycetism

    fungus poisoning

    mycology

    study of funguses

    mycophagous

    eating fungus

    mycosis

    disease due to the growth of a fungus

    mycteric

    of, like or pertaining to the nostrils

    mycterism

    sneering; rhetorical sarcasm or irony

    mydriasis

    morbid dilatation of the pupil of the eye

    myelic

    of, like or pertaining to the spinal cord

    myogenic

    having a muscular origin

    myograph

    instrument for recording muscular contractions

    myography

    description of the muscles

    myology

    study of muscles

    myomancy

    pination from the movements of mice

    myosis

    excessive contraction of the pupil of the eye

    myoxine

    of, like or pertaining to dormice

    myriacanthous

    having many prickles

    myriadth

    being a one-ten-thousandth part of a whole

    myriarchy

    government by ten thousand inpiduals

    myringoscope

    instrument for viewing the eardrum

    myriorama

    picture consisting of many interchangeable parts

    myristicivorous

    feeding upon nutmegs

    myrmecology

    study of ants

    myrmecophagid

    of, like or pertaining to anteaters

    myrmecophagous

    feeding on ants

    myrmecophilous

    having a symbiotic relationship with ants

    myrmicine

    of, like or pertaining to ants

    myrmidon

    follower; hireling; mercenary

    myropologist

    one who sells perfume

    mysophobia

    fear of contamination or dirt

    mystacial

    having a mustache-like stripe

    mystagogical

    of, like or pertaining to religious ritual initiation

    mysteriosophy

    system of knowledge concerning secrets and mysteries

    mythoclast

    destroyer of myths

    mythogenesis

    origin of myths

    mythography

    descriptive study or repsentation of myths

    mythomania

    lying or exaggerating to an abnormal extent

    mythopoeic

    giving rise to myths

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  • pabulous

    of, like or pertaining to nourishment

    pabulum

    food; provender; nourishment

    pacable

    able to be appeased; willing to forgive

    pace

    contrary to the opinion of; in respectful disagreement with

    pachydermia

    elephantiasis

    pachyglossal

    thick-tongued

    pachymeter

    instrument for measuring small thicknesses

    paciferous

    peace-bringing

    pacificate

    to give peace to

    pactolian

    like or having golden-hued sands

    padella

    shallow dish of fat with a wick used in illuminations

    padrone

    innkeeper; employer

    padronism

    system of obtaining labour through employment agents

    paean

    song of thanksgiving

    paedarchy

    government by children

    paedobaptism

    doctrine of infant baptism

    paedocracy

    government by children; paedarchy

    paedogenesis

    reproduction by an infant or larval organism

    paedology

    study of children

    paedonymic

    name taken from one’s child

    paedophage

    eater of children

    paedophilia

    abnormal love or sexual attraction for children

    paedophobia

    fear of children; fear of dolls

    paedotrophy

    art of rearing children

    paginal

    of, like or pertaining to pages or pagination

    pagophagia

    eating trays of ice to help offset iron deficiency

    paideutic

    educational method or theory

    paidonosology

    study of children’s diseases; pediatrics

    pais

    people from whom a jury is drawn

    paisley

    soft wool fabric with ornamental pattern

    paizogony

    necking; love-play

    palaceous

    spade-shaped

    palaeoanthropology

    study of early humans

    palaeobiology

    study of fossil plants and animals

    palaeoclimatology

    study of ancient climates

    palaeogaea

    the Old World as a biological region

    palaeogeography

    study of ancient geography

    palaeography

    study of ancient writing or inscriptions

    palaeolimnology

    study of ancient fish or lakes

    palaeopedology

    study of early soils

    palaeophile

    antiquarian

    palaeosophy

    ancient learning or thought

    palaeotypography

    early typography

    palaestra

    wrestling school; gymnasium

    palaetiology

    application of principles of causation to past events

    palafitte

    phistoric lake dwelling

    palamate

    having webbed feet

    palanquin

    light litter for one passenger

    palatine

    having royal authority over a region

    palative

    pleasing to the taste or to the palate

    palatography

    recording position of tongue against hard palate during speech

    palaver

    to talk profusely or idly

    paleaceous

    chaffy; like or resembling chaff

    paleobotany

    study of ancient plants

    paleo-osteology

    study of ancient bones

    paletot

    loose overcoat

    palette

    small plate covering the armpit joint in a suit of armour

    palewise

    (of heraldic charges) oriented vertically

    palfrey

    riding horse, especially one for a lady

    palification

    the act of strengthening with stakes

    paliform

    shaped like a stake

    palilalia

    disorder characterized by rapid repetition of words

    palillogy

    repetition of a word or word or phrase

    palimbacchius

    metrical foot of two long and one short syllable

    palimpsest

    manuscript or paper that is erased and then written over

    palingenesis

    new birth; reincarnation; second creation

    palingman

    seller of fish or eels

    palinode

    poem in which earlier thoughts or feelings are retracted

    palinola

    compulsive repetition of an act until it is perfect

    palinspastic

    showing geological formations of an area as they existed in the past

    palisade

    fence of stakes used for defensive purposes

    pall

    covering cloth laid upon Communion chalice

    palladian

    of, like or pertaining to wisdom or learning

    pallasethesia

    sense of vibration

    pallescent

    turning pale

    palliament

    white robe or gown

    palliasse

    straw mattress

    palliate

    to ease with out curing; to extenuate

    pallium

    white woollen band symbolising archbishop’s authority

    pallograph

    instrument measuring ship’s vibration

    palmar

    of, like or pertaining to the palm

    palmary

    principal; meritorious

    palpebral

    of, like or pertaining to the eyelid

    palter

    to trifle in talk; to use trickery; to equivocate

    paltock

    short coat or doublet worn under armour

    paltripolitan

    term of scorn applied to city-dwellers or urban life

    paludal

    of, like or pertaining to marshes; marshy; malarial

    paludicolous

    growing in marshes; marsh-dwelling

    paludism

    marsh fever; malaria

    paludose

    marshy; living in marshes

    palynology

    study of pollen

    palzogony

    love-play; foreplay

    pam

    card game in which jack of club has highest value

    pamphysicism

    doctrine that material nature is the source of all things

    pampiniform

    like a tendril

    panaceist

    believer in panaceas

    panaesthesia

    totality of perception; general awareness

    panaesthetism

    theory that consciousness may inhere generally in matter

    panarchy

    universal rule or dominion

    panary

    of, like or pertaining to bread; bread store

    panatella

    long; thin cigar

    panchion

    coarse earthenware pan

    pancosmism

    theory that the material universe is all that exists

    pancratic

    excelling all round in athletics or accomplishments

    pancyclopaedic

    encyclopaedic

    pandect

    treatise covering the whole of a subject

    pandemian

    vulgar; sensual

    pandemic

    universal; affecting majority of people in a region

    pandemonism

    worship of spirits dwelling in all forms of nature

    pandiculation

    the act of stretching and yawning

    pandora

    musical instrument like a lute

    panduriform

    fiddle-shaped

    panegyric

    elaborate and poetic compliment; eulogy; laudation

    panegyricon

    collection of sermons for Orthodox church festivals

    panegyry

    grand assembly; religious festival

    paneity

    the state of being bread

    panentheism

    belief that world is part but not all of God’s being

    pangamy

    random or unrestricted mating

    pangeometry

    extension of geometry to more than three dimensions

    Panglossian

    overly optimistic

    pangolin

    scaly insectivorous mammal with elongated snout

    pangram

    sentence containing all the letters of the alphabet

    panharmonicon

    mechanical musical instrument operated by a cylinder

    panhygrous

    moist in all parts

    panification

    conversion into bread

    panivorous

    bread-eating

    panjandrum

    imaginary potentate of great power and self-importance

    panlogism

    belief that only that which is rational is truly real

    panmixia

    cessation of the influence of natural selection

    panmnesia

    belief that all mental impssions are stored in memory

    pannage

    food picked up by swine in woods; right to pasture swine

    panne

    heavy lustrous silk or rayon with waxy feel

    pannicle

    thin sheet-like vestment

    pannier

    provision-basket; basket carried over one’s back

    pannikin

    small metal cup

    pannychis

    all-night vigil in pparation for Orthodox church feast

    panomphaean

    all-oracular

    panophobia

    melancholia marked by groundless fears

    panoply

    complete suit of armour

    panoptic

    all-embracing; viewing all aspects

    panopticon

    prison where all inmates can be watched from one point

    panpharmacon

    universal remedy

    panplain

    flat area consisting of several joined floodplains

    panpsychism

    theory that all nature has a psychic side

    panpygoptosis

    shortness of the legs

    pansexualism

    theory that all thought derived from sexual instinct

    pansophy

    universal knowledge

    panspermatism

    belief in origin of life from extraterrestrial germs

    pantagamy

    universal bachelorhood; free love

    pantagruelian

    marked by extravagant and coarse satire

    pantaleon

    large dulcimer

    pantarchy

    government by all the people; world government

    pantechnicon

    receptacle holding many miscellaneous objects

    pantheism

    belief that the universe is God; belief in many gods

    pantisocracy

    government by all equally

    pantler

    officer in a household in charge of bread

    pantochronometer

    combined sundial and compass

    pantoglot

    speaker of all languages

    pantograph

    apparatus connecting streetcar to overhead wires

    pantograph

    instrument for copying drawing to a different scale

    pantography

    complete or general description of something

    pantology

    system of universal knowledge

    pantomnesia

    remembrance of everything ever learned

    pantomorphic

    taking on all shapes

    pantophagy

    omnivorousness

    pantophobia

    fear of everything

    pantopragmatic

    meddling in everybody’s business

    pantoscope

    panoramic camera

    pantosophy

    universal knowledge; pansophy

    panurgic

    good at all kinds of tasks

    panzoism

    belief that humans and animals share vital life energy

    paparchy

    government by the pope

    papaverous

    of, like or pertaining to poppies

    papeterie

    packaged fancy stationery; stationery-case

    papilionaceous

    of, like or pertaining to butterflies

    papilla

    nipple-like projection

    papilliferous

    bearing papillae

    papilliform

    nipple-shaped

    papillose

    having nipples or papillae

    pappus

    downy beginnings of a beard

    papn

    stone passing through a wall from face to face

    papulation

    the development of papillae or pimples

    papuliferous

    pimply; bearing or pertaining to pimples

    papyraceous

    like paper; papery

    papyrocracy

    government by newspapers or literature

    papyrography

    process of transferring a drawing on paper to a zinc plate

    papyrology

    study of paper

    papyrotamia

    manufacture of paper flowers

    parabasis

    parabiosis

    physical union of two embryos or organisms

    parablepsis

    false vision; oversight

    parabola

    rhetorical use of simile or metaphor

    parabolanus

    layman who tends the sick

    parabolaster

    a parabola of a higher degree

    paraboliform

    shaped like a parabola

    parabolist

    teller of parables

    paracentral

    situated near the centre

    parachronism

    repsentation of something as being newer than it is

    paraclete

    paracme

    decline; period following the zenith or acme

    paracoita

    female sexual partner

    paracoitus

    male sexual partner

    paracrostic

    poem whose initial letters reproduce its first verse

    paracusis

    disordered hearing

    paradiastole

    description of an unfavourable quality through a favourable synonym

    paradigma

    rhetorical comparison by resemblance to another thing

    paradisiacal

    suggestive of a place or state of perfect bliss

    parados

    earthworks defending against a rear attack

    paradoxography

    description of phenomena considered fantastic or wondrous

    paradoxology

    holding or maintaining paradoxes

    paradromic

    adjacent; side by side

    paraenesis

    paraesthesia

    tingling sensation on the skin

    parage

    high birth or rank; equality of birth or status

    paragenesis

    formation of minerals as a joined mass

    paragnosia

    misunderstanding

    paragnosis

    skill in matters immune to scientific investigation

    paragoge

    addition of a sound to end of word

    paragram

    play on words in which letters are changed

    paragraphia

    writing of different letters and words than intended

    paragraphy

    writing of paragraphs

    parakinesis

    production of movement of objects by a spiritualist

    paralalia

    abnormality of speech sounds

    paralipomenon

    thing left out; added in supplement

    paralipsis

    fixing attention on subject by ptending to neglect it

    parallax

    seeming change of object position due to observer moving

    parallelepiped

    solid p with each face a parallelogram

    parallelism

    belief that matter and mind don’t interact but relate

    paralogise

    to reason falsely

    paralogism

    false reasoning

    paramatta

    worsted and cotton blend

    paramedian

    near the middle line

    parament

    rich decoration, hanging or robe

    paramnesia

    abnormality of memory; inability to remember meaning of word

    paranatellon

    a star that rises at the same time as another star

    paranomasia

    rhetorical art of punning

    paranym

    euphemism; word whose meaning altered to conceal evasion

    paranymph

    one who solicits for another; best man or bridesmaid

    paraph

    flourish under one’s signature

    paraphasia

    disorder in which one word substituted for another

    paraphilia

    any abnormal sexual attraction

    paraphonia

    alteration of the voice; as at puberty

    paraphrast

    one who paraphrases

    paraphraxis

    inability to perform purposive movements properly

    parapraxis

    blunder; error; mistake

    parapsychology

    study of unexplained mental phenomena

    pararthria

    incoherence

    paraselene

    mock moon; bright patch on a lunar halo

    parasigmatism

    inability to pronounce the sound ‘s’

    parasitaster

    a mean or sorry parasite

    parasiticide

    killing of parasites

    parastatal

    indirectly controlled by the state

    parastatic

    of, like or pertaining to protective mimicry of animals

    parasuicide

    harmful act appearing to be an attempt at suicide

    parasynesis

    corruption of forms of words

    parasynthesis

    derivation of words using hyphenated compounds

    parataxis

    organization of clauses without connectives

    parathesis

    apposition; compounding of words without change

    paratonic

    arresting growth

    paravail

    inferior; lowest; of least account

    paravane

    device used to cut underwater cables

    paravant

    in front; first; beforehand

    parbuckle

    sling made by wrapping both ends of rope around object

    parciloquy

    laconic speech

    parclose

    railing in church enclosing altar, chapel or tomb

    pardie

    mild oath; certainly or truly

    pardine

    of, like or pertaining to leopards

    pardoner

    one who raises money for religious works by selling indulgences

    parecbasis

    rhetorical digression or deviation from expected topic

    paregmenon

    repetition of a word or its cognates in a series of words

    paregoric

    soothing; lessening pain

    parembole

    insertion of something related to the subject into a phrase

    paremptosis

    insertion of something related to the subject into a phrase

    parentalia

    feasts or rites in memory of deceased parents

    parentelic

    related by blood

    parenticide

    killing or killer of one’s parents

    parergon

    work undertaken in addition to one’s employment

    pareschatology

    doctrine dealing with matters after death but before the end of the world

    paresis

    omission of an element from a word

    parfay

    by my faith; verily

    parfleche

    dried buffalo skin

    parget

    to plaster over; to cover with ornamental plasterwork

    parhelion

    halo-like light seen in sky opposite the sun

    pari passu

    side by side; equally

    paribuntal

    fine straw used to make hats

    parietal

    of a wall or walls, especially anatomical walls

    parietals

    school rules regarding inter-gender contact

    parine

    of, like or pertaining to titmouses

    parison

    lump of glass before it is moulded into its final shape

    parison

    even balance of elements in a sentence

    parisyllabic

    having the same number of syllables in all forms

    parity

    condition or fact of having born children

    parlous

    full of danger or risk

    parnel

    mistress or concubine of a priest; harlot

    parochial

    local; confined to one region

    parodinia

    difficult childbirth

    paroemia

    proverb or adage used in argumentation

    paroemiographer

    writer of proverbs

    paroemiography

    writing of proverbs; a treatise of proverbs

    paroemiology

    study of proverbs

    paromoeon

    alliteration

    paromoion

    starting statement with several words starting with the same letter

    paromologia

    partial admission of opponent’s argument to strengthen one’s final position

    paromology

    concession of opponent’s point to strengthen one’s own point

    paronomasia

    play on words; punning

    paronym

    word from same root or having same sound as another

    parorexia

    desire to eat strange foods

    parotic

    near or adjacent to the ear

    parous

    bearing or having borne offspring

    parousia

    second coming of Christ

    parousiamania

    obsession with the second coming of Christ

    paroxysm

    fit of passion; laughter; coughing; sudden violent action

    paroxytone

    having an acute accent on the next to last syllable

    parquet

    floor-covering of fitted wooden blocks

    parrel

    band by which a yard is fastened to a mast

    parrhesia

    parricide

    killing of parent or close relative

    parse

    to describe a word fully in terms of classification

    parsonarchy

    government by parsons

    parterre

    pit of a theatre

    parthenian

    of, like or pertaining to virgins

    parthenogenesis

    reproduction by a virgin or by means of an unfertilized egg

    parthenolatry

    worship of the Virgin Mary

    parthenology

    study of virgins

    parthophobia

    fear of virgins

    partible

    that may be pided up or parted

    particularism

    belief that only a few are chosen for salvation

    partitive

    indicating a part of a larger whole

    partocracy

    government by a single unopposed political party

    parturition

    the act of giving birth

    parure

    a set of ornaments or jewels

    parvanimity

    smallness of mind

    parvenu

    one suddenly risen to wealth without great social rank

    parvipotent

    having little power

    parvis

    enclosed space at the front of a church

    parviscient

    having little knowledge

    pascual

    growing on land used for grazing; of, like or pertaining to pastures

    paseo

    leisurely stroll; march of bullfighters into arena

    pasguard

    armour for left arm and elbow to protect from lance strike while jousting

    pashmina

    fine goat’s wool fabric used for making shawls

    pasigraphy

    a system of universal ideographic writing

    paso-doble

    quick Spanish one-step dance

    pasquinade

    to lampoon; a lampoon

    passacaglia

    slow solemn Italian or Spanish dance

    passade

    motion of horse to and fro over ground in dressage

    passalorynchite

    one who takes a religious vow of silence

    passant

    heraldic animal depicted walking

    passement

    passepied

    Breton dance resembling a quick minuet

    passerine

    of, like or pertaining to sparrows

    passible

    susceptible to or capable of suffering or of feeling

    passim

    everywhere; dispersedly

    passimeter

    instrument for issuing automatic tickets

    passiuncle

    minor or lesser passion

    passivate

    to coat metal with oxides to protect from corrosion

    passulate

    to dry grapes

    passus

    section of a poem or story

    pastern

    rope, strap or chain used to tie horse by its leg

    pastiche

    medley, composed from different sources; imitative work

    pastille

    small cone of charcoal burned as incense

    pastose

    painted thickly

    pastourelle

    medieval poem between knight and shepherdess

    patagium

    wing-membrane of flying mammal

    pataphysics

    the science of imaginary solutions

    patation

    act of drinking

    patavinity

    provincialism; dialectal term

    patefaction

    disclosure; opening; manifestation

    patelliform

    shaped like a saucer or kneecap

    paten

    plate; metal disk used to hold Communion bread

    pateriform

    saucer-shaped

    pathic

    passive; a passive subject

    pathogenesis

    causation or production of disease

    pathognomic

    indicative of a specific disease

    pathography

    life history used to trace a disease or disorder

    pathomania

    moral insanity

    pathophobia

    fear of disease

    pathopoeia

    excitation of passion by rhetoric or poetry

    patible

    capable of suffering or being acted on; passible

    patibulary

    of, like or pertaining to the gallows

    patibulate

    to execute by hanging

    patina

    film or surface that forms on surface of metal or wood

    patination

    formation of a film on copper from exposure

    patrial

    of, like or pertaining to one’s native land

    patrimony

    inheritance from father or ancestors

    patriolatry

    excessive devotion or worship of one’s native country

    patroclinous

    having inherited paternal characteristics

    patrology

    study of early Christianity

    patronym

    name derived from father’s name

    patroon

    captain of a ship; coxswain of a longboat

    patruity

    degree of relationship of paternal uncle

    patte

    narrow band keeping a belt or sash in its place

    patten

    wooden shoe; clog; base of a pillar

    patulous

    spading; wide-spading; open

    pauciloquent

    of few words; speaking little

    pauldron

    shoulder-plate of suit of armour

    paulopast

    just finished or past

    pavage

    charge for paving streets

    pavane

    stately English Renaissance court dance

    pavé

    setting of jewellery with stones close together

    pavior

    one who lays down paving stones

    pavis

    shield for the entire body

    pavonated

    peacock-blue

    pavonian

    of, like or pertaining to peacocks

    pavonine

    of, like or pertaining to peacocks

    pax

    tablet decorated with sacred p and kissed by participants in mass

    paxillose

    resembling a small stake

    paysagist

    painter of landscapes

    peatary

    region, bog or moor covered with peat

    peau-de-soie

    soft, heavy closely-woven silk

    peavey

    lumberman’s spiked and hooked lever

    peccadillo

    a slight offense or sin

    peccancy

    sinfulness; transgression

    peccary

    tropical New World piglike mammal

    peccavi

    admission of sin or guilt

    peck

    unit of dry measure equal to 8 quarts

    pectinal

    of a comb; comb-like

    pectination

    comb-like structure

    pectineal

    of the pubic bone

    pectiniform

    shaped like a comb

    pectize

    to congeal; to cause to set

    pectoral

    armour for the breast of a person or horse

    pectoriloquy

    sound of patient’s voice as heard through stethoscope

    pecudiculture

    rearing of cattle

    peculation

    embezzlement

    peculium

    private property; especially when given by father to son

    pecuniary

    of, like or pertaining to money; consisting of money

    ped

    naturally formed mass or aggregate of soil

    pedagogics

    study of teaching

    pedagoguery

    schoolmastering; teaching

    pedalian

    of, like or pertaining to the foot or to metrical feet

    pedaneous

    going on foot; pedestrian; of lowly or petty standing

    pedantocracy

    government by pedants or strict rule-bound scholars

    pedary

    of, like or pertaining to walking or feet

    pedate

    footed; having feet; like a foot

    pederasty

    anal intercourse between a man and a boy

    pedetentous

    proceeding slowly

    pedicel

    stalk of an animal organ

    pedicle

    bony protrusion of the skull from which an antler grows

    pedicular

    of, like or pertaining to lice

    pediculicide

    killing of lice

    pediculophobia

    fear of lice

    pediform

    shaped like a foot

    pedigerous

    having or bearing feet

    pedimanous

    having feet shaped like hands

    pediment

    triangular structure crowning front of a Greek building

    pedipulate

    to work or knead with the feet

    pedography

    description of soil types

    pedological

    of, like or pertaining to soils

    pedology

    study of soils

    pedomancy

    pination by examining the soles of the feet

    pedometer

    instrument for measuring distance travelled on foot

    peduncle

    stem or stalk of a flower

    pegamoid

    artificial leather

    pegomancy

    pination by springs or fountains

    peignoir

    woman’s dressing-gown

    peirameter

    instrument measuring resistance of road surfaces to wheel movement

    peirastic

    experimental; tentative

    peise

    weight; burden; load

    pejorate

    to worsen; to depciate

    pejorism

    severe pessimism

    pelage

    animal’s coat of hair or wool

    pelagic

    oceanic; inhabiting or carried out in the deep sea

    pelargic

    of, like or pertaining to storks

    pelatast

    ancient Greek shield-bearing soldier

    pelecoid

    shaped like a hatchet; a hatchet-shaped geometrical p

    pelerine

    woman’s fur cape

    pelisse

    fur-lined or fur garment

    pelitic

    composed of fine sediment

    pellate

    to pide; to separate

    pellicle

    thin skin or film

    pellicule

    thin diaphanous fabric

    pellucid

    completely clear; transparent

    pelmatogram

    footprint

    pelmet

    fringe or valance for hiding a curtain rod

    peloid

    mud or other semi-solid medium used in baths

    pelotherapy

    treatment by mud baths

    peltastiform

    shield-shaped

    peltiferous

    bearing a shield

    peltry

    skins of animals with the fur on them

    pelviform

    basin-shaped

    pelvigraphy

    examination of the pelvis

    pelvimeter

    instrument for measuring the pelvis

    pembroke

    small four-legged table with hinged flaps

    pemphigus

    skin condition characterized by watery boils on the body

    penacute

    having an acute accent on the penultimate syllable; paroxytone

    penanggalan

    female vampire of Malay mythology

    penannular

    in the form of an almost complete ring

    penates

    household gods of a Roman family

    pencilliform

    paintbrush-shaped

    pendeloque

    drop pendant

    pendent

    hanging; drooping; dangling

    pendicle

    pendant, dependency or appendage

    pendular

    of, like or pertaining to a pendulum

    penduline

    building a pendulous nest

    pendulograph

    curve repsenting combination of musical sounds

    penecontemporaneous

    of geological processes occurring immediately after deposition

    penectomy

    surgical removal of the penis

    penelopize

    to create work as an excuse to deter suitors

    peneplain

    land worn down by denudation to almost be a plain

    penes

    in the possession of

    penetralia

    inmost parts of a building or temple; innermost secrets

    penetrometer

    instrument for measuring firmness or consistency of substances

    penial

    of, like or pertaining to the penis

    penicillate

    having small tufts or bristles

    pennaceous

    featherlike

    pennate

    winged; feathered

    penniferous

    bearing feathers

    penniform

    feather-shaped

    pennyweight

    unit of troy weight equal to 24 grains

    penology

    study of crime and punishment

    pensile

    hanging; suspended; overhanging

    pensum

    task; school imposition

    pentad

    set of five things

    pentagamist

    person who has or has had five spouses

    pentalogy

    state of being in five parts

    pentamerous

    having five parts or members

    pentapolis

    alliance of five cities

    pentarchy

    government by five inpiduals

    pentateuch

    the first five books of the Old Testament

    pentheraphobia

    fear or hatred of one’s mother-in-law

    pentimento

    revealing of part of a painting beneath a newer one

    penury

    destitution; poverty

    peotillomania

    abnormal compulsion for pulling on the penis

    peotomy

    surgical removal of the penis

    per

    through; according to; by means or agency of

    peracute

    very sharp or violent; very acute

    peragrate

    to travel over or through

    percale

    closely woven lightweight cloth

    percaline

    glossy lightweight cotton

    perceptionalism

    belief that humans perceive things as they truly are

    percheron

    dappled cart horse

    percipient

    perceiving; observant; perceptive

    percoct

    well-cooked; overdone

    percurrent

    running through the whole length

    percutaneous

    done or applied through the skin

    percutient

    striking or having the power to strike; percussive

    perdicine

    of, like or pertaining to partridges

    perdricide

    killer of partridges

    perdure

    to endure over a period of time

    peregrination

    journey, especially on foot or to a foreign country

    peregrinity

    foreignness; outlandishness

    perennate

    to live perennially; to survive from season to season

    perequitate

    to ride through on horseback

    perfectibilian

    believer in the perfectibility of mankind

    perfectibilism

    doctrine that humans capable of becoming perfect

    perfectionism

    doctrine that moral perfection constitutes the highest value

    perfervid

    very fervid; ardent; eager

    perficient

    effectual; actually achieving a result

    perfuse

    to pour or diffuse through or over

    pergameneous

    like or resembling parchment

    pergola

    arched framework for climbing plants

    periaster

    point in orbit of a body in which it is nearest to a specified star

    peribolos

    pcinct; enclosing wall of a pcinct

    pericentral

    surrounding a centre or central body

    periclinal

    sloping downwards in all directions from a point

    periclitate

    to endanger; to jeopardise

    pericope

    an excerpt or passage read during religious services

    periegesis

    description in the manner of a tour; journey through

    periergia

    use of elevated style to discuss a trivial matter

    periodontics

    study of gums

    perioeci

    inpiduals living at same latitude on opposite sides of earth

    periotic

    around the ear

    peripatetic

    wandering about; itinerant

    peripetia

    sudden change of fortune

    periphrasis

    circumlocution; round-about expssion

    periplus

    a voyage or trip around something

    peripteral

    having a row of columns on every side

    periscian

    person living inside the polar circle

    perispomenon

    having a circumflex accent on the final syllable

    perissology

    verbiage; pleonasm

    perissosyllabic

    having an additional syllable

    perissotomist

    knife-happy surgeon

    peristalith

    ancient stone circle

    peristeronic

    of, like or pertaining to pigeons

    peristerophily

    pigeon-collecting

    peristrephic

    moving round; revolving; rotatory

    peristyle

    range of columns around a building or courtyard

    peritectic

    in the state between solid and liquid; melting

    periwinkle

    a bluish or azure colour; a plant with bluish flowers

    perlative

    indicating movement through or across

    perliginous

    producing pearls

    perlocution

    effect produced when a particular word is uttered

    perlustrate

    to traverse and inspect carefully

    permeameter

    instrument for measuring permeability

    pernicious

    destructive; ruinous; fatal

    pernoctate

    to pass the night in vigil or prayer

    pernor

    one who takes or receives

    peroral

    through the mouth

    perorate

    to speak grandiosely or grandiloquently

    peroration

    lengthy part of speech; especially a conclusion

    perpend

    to weigh in the mind; to consider carefully

    perpilocutionist

    one who speaks through his hat

    perron

    raised platform or terrace at an entrance door

    perscrutation

    thorough search

    perse

    dark blue or bluish-grey; cloth of such a colour

    perseity

    independent existence

    perseverate

    to repeat an action continually or habitually

    persiennes

    outside shutters with movable slats

    persiflage

    banter; flippancy; idle chatter

    personalia

    personal details, possessions or stories

    personalism

    doctrine that humans possess spiritual freedom

    personalty

    personal belongings and property

    perspectography

    theory of drawing according to rules of perspective

    perspicacious

    clear-minded; astute; perceptive

    perspicuous

    easily understood; clearly expssed

    perstringe

    to constrain; to touch on; to censure

    pertinacity

    quality of holding unyieldingly to a position

    pertuse

    punched; pierced; slit

    pertussis

    whooping cough

    perulate

    scaly; having scaled skin

    pervicacious

    very obstinate

    pervigilium

    night vigil

    pervious

    permeable; penetrable

    pessary

    suppository inserted into the vagina

    pessimal

    least favourable

    pessimum

    point at which any condition is least favourable

    pessomancy

    pination using pebbles

    pestiferous

    bringing plague or pestilence

    pestology

    science of pests

    petaliferous

    bearing petals

    petaurist

    flying phalanger

    petcock

    valve for draining condensed steam from engine cylinders

    petrary

    contrivance for hurling stones

    petrean

    of, like or pertaining to or made of rock

    petrel

    long-winged seabird with hooked bill

    petrichor

    pleasant smell accompanying the first rain after a dry spell

    petricolous

    living in or near rocks

    petrissage

    massage by longitudinal rubbing and lateral squeezing

    petrogenesis

    formation or development of rocks

    petroleous

    containing or rich in petroleum

    petroliferous

    bearing petroleum

    petrology

    study of rocks

    petrophilous

    living on or thriving in rocky areas

    pettifogger

    a lawyer given to underhanded tactics

    pettitoes

    pigs’ feet as food

    petulcous

    butting like a ram

    petuncle

    small scallop

    pewfellow

    one who occupies the same pew as another

    pexity

    roughness of the nap of cloth

    peytral

    armour for a horse’s breast

    phacochoerine

    of, like or pertaining to warthogs

    phacometer

    instrument for measuring lenses

    phaeton

    open four-wheeled carriage

    phagomania

    excessive desire for food or eating

    phagophobia

    fear of eating

    phakic

    (of an eye) having a crystalline lens

    phalanstery

    dwelling of a communal group or phalanx of inpiduals

    phalarope

    migratory shorebird with lobed feet

    phallephoric

    carrying the penis

    phallic

    of, pertaining to or resembling a penis

    phallocracy

    government by men

    phallocrat

    one who assumes the naturality of male dominance

    phaneromania

    habit of biting one’s nails

    phanerosis

    act or process of becoming visible

    phanic

    visible; obvious

    phanopoeia

    visual imagery in poetry

    phantasmatography

    scientific description of rainbows and other lumnious atmospheric phenomena

    phaometer

    old instrument for measuring light intensity

    pharisaic

    hypocritical

    pharmacognosy

    study of drugs of animal and plant origin

    pharmacology

    study of drugs

    pharmacomania

    abnormal obsession with trying drugs

    pharmacometer

    instrument for measuring drugs

    pharmacopolist

    drug-seller; pharmacist; apothecary

    pharology

    study of lighthouses

    pharos

    lighthouse or beacon

    pharyngography

    description of the pharynx

    pharyngology

    study of the throat

    pharyngoscope

    instrument for inspecting the pharynx

    phassachate

    lead-coloured agate

    phatic

    using speech for social reasons or to communicate feelings

    phelloplastic

    a model in cork

    phememe

    smallest possible linguistic unit

    phemic

    of, like or pertaining to speech

    phenakistoscope

    early cinematograph in which ps are viewed through a slit

    phenetic

    of, like or pertaining to classification by phenotype

    phengite

    bright and beautiful kind of alabaster

    phengophobia

    fear of daylight

    phenogenesis

    origin of racial groups

    phenology

    study of organisms as affected by climate

    phenomenalism

    belief that phenomena are the only realities

    phenomenology

    study of phenomena

    pheon

    the barbed head of a dart or arrow in heraldry

    pheretrer

    keeper of a shrine

    phialiform

    saucer-shaped

    phialine

    resembling a phial

    philalethist

    lover of truth

    philately

    study of postage stamps

    philematology

    the act or study of kissing

    philematophobe

    one who dislikes kissing

    philhippic

    loving or admiring horses

    philippic

    speech or writing full of bitter condemnation

    philistine

    materialistic in outlook; uncultured

    phillumeny

    collecting of matchbox labels

    philocaly

    love of beauty

    philodemic

    fond of commoners or the lower classes

    philodox

    one who loves his own opinions; dogmatic person

    philogyny

    love of women

    philologaster

    petty or contemptible philologist

    philology

    study of ancient texts; historical linguistics

    philomath

    lover of learning

    philomelian

    of, like or pertaining to nightingales

    philonoist

    one who seeks knowledge

    philopornist

    lover of prostitutes

    philoprogenitive

    of, like or pertaining to instinctive love for offspring

    philosophaster

    amateur or superficial philosopher

    philosophicide

    one who kills or wishes to kill philosophers or philosophy

    philosophocracy

    government by philosophers

    philosophuncule

    petty or minor philosopher

    philotechnical

    devoted to the arts

    philotherianism

    love of animals

    philoxenia

    hospitality

    philter

    love-potion or charm; a drug to produce some magical effect

    phimosis

    inability to retract the ppuce of the penis

    phlebography

    description or examination of a vein

    phlebology

    study of the veins and their diseases

    phlebotomy

    blood-letting

    phlegmatic

    of a calm; unexcitable disposition

    phlogiston

    nonexistent principle of flammability inherent in matter

    phlogogenetic

    causing inflamation

    phocine

    of, like or pertaining to seals

    phocomelia

    having limbs like a seal’s flippers

    phoeniceous

    bright scarlet-red colour

    phoenicopter

    flamingo

    pholidosis

    arrangement of scales, as in fish and reptiles

    phon

    unit of loudness of sound as heard by listeners

    phonascus

    person who maintains rhythm in church choir

    phonasthenia

    weakness of voice

    phonation

    production of vocal sound

    phonautograph

    instrument for recording sound vibrations

    phonendoscope

    device which amplifies small sounds

    phonesis

    production of speech sounds

    phoniatrics

    study and correction of speech defects

    phonography

    recording of sound by means of a phonograph

    phonomania

    pathological tendency to murder

    phonometer

    instrument for measuring sound levels

    phonophobia

    fear of noise or of speaking aloud

    phonophorous

    transmitting sound waves

    phonus-bolonus

    exaggerated trickery or nonsense

    phorminx

    seven-stringed Greek lyre

    phorometer

    instrument used to correct abnormalities in eye muscles

    phoropter

    device with several lenses used to test eyesight

    phosphene

    light seen when the eyeball is pssed

    phossy

    caused by phosphorus

    photaesthesia

    sense of vision

    photic

    light-giving; sensitive to light; penetrated by light

    photism

    illusory vision of light

    photobiology

    study of effects of light on organisms

    photodromy

    motion towards light

    photoglyph

    photographic engraving

    photogyric

    turning towards light

    photolysis

    disintegration resulting from exposure to radiation

    photomania

    pathological desire for light

    photometer

    instrument for measuring light intensity

    photon

    unit of brightness of light as received at the retina

    photophile

    organism loving or thriving in light

    photophilous

    pferring or thriving in lighted conditions

    photophobia

    fear of light

    photophygous

    avoiding or disliking light

    photopia

    vision in bright light

    photopolarimeter

    instrument for measuring intensity and polarization of reflected light

    photopsia

    appearance of light flashes due to retinal irritation

    photosphere

    region of space lit by the sun

    phototachometer

    instrument for measuring the speed of light

    phototaxis

    growth or movement determined by light

    phototelegraph

    instrument for transmitting drawings telegraphically

    phototonus

    sensitivity to light

    phraseography

    repsentation of whole phrases with inpidual signs or symbols

    phraseology

    study of phrases

    phreatic

    of, like or pertaining to underground water supplying or wells

    phrenesis

    delirium; frenzy

    phrenic

    of or near the midriff

    phrenography

    observation and description of mental phenomena

    phrenology

    study of bumps on the head

    phrontistery

    a thinking-place; place for study

    phthartic

    deadly; destructive

    phthirophagous

    lice-eating

    phthisiotherapeutics

    medical treatment of tuberculosis

    phthongal

    of, pertaining to, or consisting of a sound; vocalized

    phthongometer

    instrument measuring intensity of vowel sounds

    phugoid

    of, like or pertaining to the longitudinal stability of aircraft

    phycology

    study of algae and seaweeds

    phygogalactic

    halting milk production

    phylactic

    defending against disease

    phylarchy

    government by a specific class or tribe

    phyle

    pision of the people of a state into local clans

    phylliform

    shaped like a leaf

    phyllomancy

    pination using leaves or tea leaves

    phyllomania

    excessive or abnormal production of leaves

    phyllophagous

    leaf-eating

    phyllophorous

    leafy; bearing or having leaves

    phylogenesis

    origin and history of a species’ evolution

    physagogue

    substance causing flatulence

    physicalism

    belief that all phenomena reducible to verifiable assertions

    physiocracy

    government according to natural laws or principles

    physiognomancy

    pination by studying the face

    physiognomy

    general appearance of anything, especially the face

    physiography

    description of landforms or natural features of the environment

    physiolatry

    nature-worship

    physiologus

    work containing descriptions of animals; a bestiary

    physiophilosophy

    system of knowledge concerning principles of natural history

    physiosophy

    assumption of knowledge of nature

    physitheism

    attribution of physical form and attributes to deities

    physiurgic

    due to natural causes

    phytivorous

    feeding on plants

    phytogenesis

    origin and development of plants

    phytogenic

    derived from plants

    phytography

    description or treatise on plants

    phytology

    study of plants; botany

    phytomania

    obsession with collecting plants

    phytopathology

    study of diseases of plants

    phytophilous

    fond of plants

    phytosophy

    knowledge of plants

    piacular

    expiatory; atrociously bad

    pianette

    small upright piano

    pibcorn

    old Welsh instrument like a hornpipe

    pibroch

    piece of music for bagpipe

    pica

    craving to eat dust

    picamar

    bitter oily liquid obtained from tar

    picaresque

    of, like or pertaining or pertaining to rogues or roguish behaviour

    picaroon

    person who lives by his or her wits; rogue or scoundrel

    picayune

    five-cent-piece or other coin of little value

    piceous

    like pitch; inflammable; reddish black

    pichi

    small dark Argentinian armadillo

    pichiciego

    small South American armadillo

    piciform

    of the form or shape of a woodpecker

    piciform

    of the nature of or resembling pitch

    picine

    of, like or pertaining to woodpeckers

    pickelhaube

    spiked helmet

    pickery

    petty theft under Scottish law

    picksome

    particular; picky

    pickthank

    sycophant; flatterer

    picot

    loop in an ornamental edging; raised knot in embroidery

    pictography

    repsentation of ideas by means of pictures

    piebald

    of an animal, consisting of two or more colours

    pied

    variegated; of various colours

    piedroit

    square pillar attached to wall, lacking both base and capital

    pierage

    fee paid for use of a pier

    pieta

    repsentation of Virgin Mary with dead Christ across her knees

    pietism

    unquestioning or dogmatic religious devotion

    piezometer

    instrument for measuring pssure or compssibility

    piggin

    small pail or bowl made of staves and hoops

    pigmentocracy

    government by those of one skin colour

    pignorate

    to give or take in pledge or pawn

    pigwash

    rubbish; nonsense

    pika

    rabbit-like mountain-dwelling mammal with rounded ears

    pilaster

    square column partially embedded in a wall

    pilch

    fur or wool outergarment; rug laid over saddle

    pilcrow

    paragraph-mark

    pile

    upside-down wedge at an acute angle on a coat of arms

    pileated

    cap-shaped; crested; capped

    pileiform

    shaped like an umbrella

    pileum

    top of a bird’s head

    pileus

    umbrella-shaped portion of a mushroom

    poor wretch; self-pitying person

    piliferous

    bearing or growing hair

    piliform

    shaped like hair

    pillion

    light pillow or saddle for a woman rider

    pilliwinks

    torture instrument for crushing fingers

    pillory

    wooden frame with holes for head and hands used as punishment

    pilose

    having scattered soft or moderately stiff hairs

    piment

    spiced sweetened wine

    pinacotheca

    picture-gallery

    pinafore

    loose protective garment worn over a dress

    pinchbeck

    cheap copper and zinc alloy; spurious or trashy

    pinder

    one who impounds cattle

    pineal

    shaped like a pine-cone

    pinetum

    collection or plantation of pine trees

    pingo

    cone-shaped mound with ice core

    pinguefy

    to become or make fat or greasy; to make rich

    pinion

    small wheel with teeth

    pinion

    wing; last joint of a wing; outermost flight feather

    pinnace

    small vessel with oars and sails

    pinnate

    shaped like a feather

    pinniped

    seals, walruses, and other such sea mammals

    pintle

    bolt or pin on which something turns, as a hinge

    pipe

    pipistrelle

    small reddish-brown bat

    piqué

    stiff durable corded fabric of cotton, rayon or silk

    piscary

    the right of fishing; a fishing pond

    piscatology

    study of fishes

    piscatorial

    of, like or pertaining to fishing or fishers

    piscicapturist

    fisherman

    piscicide

    substance that kills fish

    piscifauna

    fish life of an area

    pisciform

    shaped like a fish

    piscina

    basin set in wall of church to drain away ceremonial water

    piscine

    of, like or pertaining to fish

    piscivorous

    fish-eating

    pisiform

    shaped like a pea

    pismire

    an ant; something or someone insignificant

    pismirism

    hoarding of small or insignificant things

    pisteology

    science or study of faith

    pistiology

    doctrine concerning faith

    pistolography

    instantaneous photography

    pistology

    branch of theology concerned with faith

    pitchometer

    instrument for measuring angles of ship’s propeller blades

    piteous

    arousing or deserving pity

    pixilated

    bemused; bewildered; intoxicated

    pizzle

    bull’s penis used as instrument of punishment by flogging

    placage

    covering of walls with thin marble slabs or with plaster

    placard

    thick metal reinforced plate of armour for back or breast

    placee

    investor who is sold shares by private placement

    placentiform

    cake-shaped

    placentigerous

    bearing a placenta

    placentography

    examination or imagery of the placenta

    placentophagy

    eating of the placenta

    placet

    vote of assent in a governing body

    placitum

    decision of a court or an assembly

    placket

    opening in a skirt or shirt for a pocket

    placoid

    plate-like; having plate-like scales

    plafond

    decorated ceiling

    plagate

    marked with a streak or streaks

    plage

    fashionable beach

    plagiary

    one who plagiarises

    plagium

    the crime of kidnapping

    plainstones

    flagstone side-pavement of a street

    planation

    making level

    planchet

    blank metal disc to be stamped as a coin

    planchette

    board or similar tool used in interpting spirit messages

    planetesimal

    of, like or pertaining to asteroids or similar tiny celestial bodies

    planetic

    erring; erratic

    planetogeny

    theory of the origin of planets

    planetography

    description or treatise on the planets

    planetolatry

    worship of the planets

    planetology

    study of planets

    plangency

    resonance; noisiness

    plangent

    deep or loud sounding

    planigraph

    instrument for copying drawings at a different scale

    planigraphy

    drawing of ground plans

    planiloquent

    speaking plainly

    planimeter

    instrument for measuring area of plane ps

    planipennate

    having flat; broad wings

    planish

    to polish; to flatten

    planisphere

    sphere projected onto a plane; map of the heavens

    planity

    the quality of being plane

    plankwise

    in the manner or direction of a plank

    planography

    cartography

    planomania

    abnormal desire to wander and disobey social norms

    planster

    petty or poor planner

    plantar

    of, like or pertaining to the sole of the foot

    plantigrade

    walking fully on the soles of the feet

    plantivorous

    plant-eating

    plantocracy

    government by plantation owners

    plapper

    to make sounds with the lips

    plashy

    full of pools or puddles; marshy or boggy

    plasmophagous

    consuming plasma

    plastography

    art of forging handwriting

    plastron

    fencer’s padded breast-shield; steel breastplate worn under hauberk

    plataleiform

    spoonbilled; of the shape of a spoonbill

    platband

    flat molding that exceeds its projection; fillet between column’s flutings

    plateasm

    broad speech; talking with the mouth open too wide

    platilla

    fine white linen

    platiniferous

    bearing platinum

    platitude

    commonplace or trite remark made as if it were important

    platitudinarian

    one who utters platitudes

    platometer

    instrument for measuring area; planimeter

    platten

    to flatten into a plate or sheet

    platypodia

    flat-footedness

    platypussary

    building or pen where platypuses are kept

    platysma

    broad sheet of muscle in the neck

    plauditory

    issuing enthusiastic approval or applause

    plaustral

    of, like or pertaining to a wagon

    playa

    basin which becomes a shallow lake after heavy rainfall

    pleach

    to intertwine the branches of

    pleasance

    pleasure; enjoyment; complaisance

    plebania

    mother-church having authority over several local churches

    plebeian

    of the common people or vulgar classes

    plebification

    making something vulgar or plebeian

    plebiscitarism

    principle or practice of using plebiscites

    plectile

    woven or plaited

    plectrum

    pick for stringed instruments

    pledget

    wad of cotton or lint used to dress a wound

    plegometer

    instrument for measuring the strength of a blow

    pleiomery

    condition of having more than the normal number

    pleiomorphy

    occurrence of several distinct stages in the life cycle of an organism

    plemyrameter

    instrument for measuring variations in water level

    plenary

    full; entire; complete; absolute; unqualified

    plenicorn

    having solid horns (as a deer)

    pleniloquence

    excessive talking; fullness of speech

    plenilunar

    of, like or pertaining to the full moon

    plenipotence

    absolute power

    plenitude

    fullness; completeness; abundance; sufficiency

    plenum

    space completely filled with matter

    pleochroic

    displaying different colours when seen from different directions

    pleonasm

    redundancy; use of more words than necessary

    pleonectic

    greedy; covetous

    pleonexia

    greed; avarice

    pleroma

    fullness; abundance

    plerophory

    full conviction

    plethysmograph

    instrument for measuring change in body part size due to blood flow

    plethysmography

    measurement of variation in blood pssure

    pleurotropous

    laterally flattened

    plexiform

    shaped like a network

    plexure

    network; web; interweaving

    plicated

    folded fanwise; pleated

    plication

    the act of folding

    plimsoll

    rubber-soled canvas shoe

    plinth

    rectangular base of column or pedestal

    pliofilm

    thin waterproof transparent sheet used for packaging

    pliothermic

    of, like or pertaining to periods of above-average temperatures

    plissé

    fabric with puckered finish

    ploce

    repetition of word in more expssive sense for emphasis

    plodge

    to trudge through anything in which the feet sink

    plosion

    release of breath after consonant

    plousiocracy

    government by the wealthy; plutocracy

    plumassier

    worker in feathers; feather-seller

    plumbeous

    leaden; lead-coloured

    plumbiferous

    bearing or yielding lead

    plumbism

    lead poisoning

    plumbless

    incapable of being sounded

    plumeopicean

    of tar and feathers

    plumiped

    having feathered feet

    pluralism

    belief that reality consists of several kinds or entities

    plurennial

    lasting or surviving many years

    pluriarc

    West African stringed instrument like a zither

    pluriliteral

    of more than three letters

    plurinominal

    having more than one name

    pluriparous

    giving birth to multiple young in a single birth

    pluripsence

    psence in multiple places at one time

    pluriserial

    in several rows

    plutarchy

    government by the wealthy; plutocracy

    plutocracy

    government by the wealthy

    plutography

    description of the lives of the wealthy

    plutolatry

    worship of wealth

    plutology

    political economy; study of wealth

    plutomania

    mania for money

    pluton

    mass of rock solidified under earth’s surface

    plutonic

    of volcanic or deep origin

    pluvial

    floor-length open-fronted ecclesiastical garment

    pluviograph

    self-registering rain gauge

    pluviometer

    rain-meter

    pneometer

    instrument that measures respiration

    pneumatics

    study of mechanics of gases

    pneumatographer

    one who receives and writes spirit messages

    pneumatography

    description or treatise about spiritual beings

    pneumatolith

    stone in the lung

    pneumatology

    science of spiritual phenomena or beings

    pneumatomachy

    denial of the pinity of the Holy Ghost

    pneumatometer

    instrument for measuring quantity of air breathed

    pneumatomorphic

    like a spirit

    pneumatophany

    appearance of a spirit; especially the Holy Ghost

    pneumatophilosophy

    philosophy of spirits or the spirit world

    pneumatophony

    sound caused by a ghost or spirit

    pneumatosis

    psence of gas in the body

    pneumograph

    instrument for measuring and recording respiration

    pneumography

    description of the lungs

    pnyx

    ancient Athenian place of assembly

    poaceous

    of, like or pertaining or pertaining to grass

    pochette

    pocket notecase or wallet

    pochoir

    manual colour stencilling onto a printed illustration

    pococurante

    uninterested; indifferent; nonchalant; apathetic

    poculation

    drinking of alcoholic beverages

    poculent

    fit for drinking

    podalic

    of, like or pertaining to feet

    podiatry

    study and treatment of disorders of the foot; chiropody

    podiform

    shaped like a pod

    podobromhydrosis

    smelly feet

    podocarp

    stalk that bears the fruit of a plant

    podology

    study of the feet

    podoscaph

    pedalled boat; canoe-shaped float attached to feet for walking on water

    podzol

    acidic soil with ash-like subsurface layer

    poecilomere

    part of an animal’s body where colour variations first appear

    poecilonym

    synonym; one of a variety of names for a thing

    poephagous

    eating grass or herbs; herbivorous

    poetaster

    petty poet; writer of contemptible verses

    poetolatry

    worship of poets

    poetomachia

    contest or quarrel among poets

    pogamoggan

    wooden club with iron or stone piece on end, used by Indians

    pogoniasis

    excessive growth of beard

    pogonip

    dense fog of suspended ice particles

    pogonology

    book or treatise on beards

    pogonophile

    one who loves beards

    pogonophobia

    fear of beards

    pogonotrophy

    growing of a beard

    pogrom

    organized massacre

    poikilothermic

    cold-blooded

    pointel

    sharp instrument

    pointillism

    use of separate dots of pure colour rather than blends

    poise

    unit of viscosity of liquids

    poitrel

    armour for a horse’s breast

    pokerish

    causing terror; uncanny

    polacca

    stately Polish dance; polonaise

    polarchy

    government by many people; polyarchy

    polarimeter

    instrument for measuring polarised light

    polariscope

    instrument for detecting polarized light

    polder

    piece of low-lying reclaimed land

    poldermitton

    curved reinforced armour for the right arm

    pole

    unit of area equal to a square rod

    polemarch

    ancient Greek military and civil officer

    polemic

    controversial discussion or attack

    polemology

    study of war

    polemomania

    mania for war

    polemoscope

    telescope with angled mirrors for seeing over walls or around corners

    poleyn

    piece of armour for the knee

    policeocracy

    government by police

    policlinic

    outpatient department of hospital

    poliorcectic

    of, like or pertaining to siegecraft or besiegement

    poliosis

    pmature graying of the hair

    politicaster

    petty politician

    politicide

    killing of people because of their political beliefs

    politicomania

    mania for politics

    polkamania

    craze for polka dancing

    pollarchy

    government by the multitude or a mob; ochlocracy

    pollard

    tree having the whole crown cut off

    pollicitation

    promise; especially one not yet accepted

    polliniferous

    bearing pollen

    pollinigerous

    pollen-bearing

    pollyanna

    one who is naively optimistic

    polonaise

    stately Polish dance of moderate tempo

    poltophagy

    prolonged chewing of food

    poltroon

    craven; cowardly

    polverine

    glass-makers’ potash

    polyacoustic

    amplifying sounds

    polyarchy

    government by many people

    polychotomy

    pision into many parts

    polychrest

    thing or medicine useful in many ways

    polycracy

    government by many rulers; polyarchy

    polydemic

    native to several countries

    polydipsia

    abnormal thirst

    polyergic

    having many functions

    polyethnic

    consisting of or derived from many races or ethnicities

    polygenesis

    theory that humans derived from many separate origins

    polygenous

    of multiple origin or composition

    polygoneutic

    having several broods in each season

    polygraphy

    copious or productive writing

    polyhidrosis

    excessive perspiration

    polyhistor

    person of exceptionally broad knowledge

    polylemma

    argument forcing choice between contradictory statements

    polylith

    phistoric monument consisting of many stones

    polyloquent

    speaking much; loquacious

    polymania

    mania affecting several different mental faculties

    polymath

    person possessing knowledge of many subjects

    polymicrian

    compssed into a very small space

    polymythy

    use of multiple plots in a single story

    polynesic

    in multiple separate locations

    polynia

    open water amid sea ice

    polyommatous

    having many eyes

    polyonym

    name consisting of several words

    polyopia

    multiple vision

    polyphagous

    eating many types of food

    polypharmacy

    treatment with many medicines

    polyphiloprogenitive

    very fertile; very imaginative

    polyphloisbic

    loud-roaring

    polyphloisboisterous

    noisy

    polyphone

    many-stringed instrument like a lute

    polyphyletic

    descending from more than one original type

    polypnea

    rapid breathing

    polypod

    many-legged animal

    polypragmatist

    busybody

    polypsychic

    having several souls

    polypsychism

    belief that one person may have multiple souls

    polyptoton

    repetition of word in same sentence with multiple inflectional endings

    polysemant

    word with many meanings

    polystachious

    having many spikes

    polystichous

    arranged in many rows

    polystomatous

    having many mouths

    polystyle

    building having many columns

    polysyllabilingual

    relating to polysyllabic languages

    polysyllogism

    series of syllogisms where each is basis for next

    polysyndeton

    rhetorical device of repeating conjunction for emphasis

    polythalamous

    having many chambers

    polytheism

    belief in multiple deities

    polytocous

    producing many or several at a birth

    pomace

    crushed apples for cider-making

    pomaceous

    of, like or pertaining to or consisting of apples

    pomade

    ointment for the hair

    pomander

    ball of perfumes

    pomiculture

    growing of fruit

    pomiferous

    bearing apples

    pomiform

    shaped like an apple

    pomoerium

    open space around a town within the walls

    pomology

    study of fruit-growing

    ponderation

    weighing or weighing up

    pone

    card player on dealer’s right responsible for cutting cards

    ponerology

    theological doctrine of wickedness or evil

    pongee

    thin soft fabric woven from raw silk

    pontage

    toll paid on bridges; tax for repairing bridges

    pontifice

    bridge-work; a bridge

    pontist

    bridge builder

    poodle

    coarsely looped or nubby fabric

    poop

    enclosed structure at stern of ship above main deck

    popinjay

    conceited person

    popjoy

    to amuse oneself

    poplin

    corded woven silk and worsted

    popliteal

    of, like or pertaining to the back of the knee

    popocracy

    government by populists

    popple

    to flow tumblingly; to heave choppily

    poppycock

    humbug; nonsense

    poppyhead

    raised ornament on top of upright end of seats in churches

    populicide

    killing of the population of an area or nation

    poral

    of, like or pertaining to pores

    porbeagle

    shark with a pointed snout

    porcellanous

    resembling porcelain

    porcine

    of, like or pertaining to pigs; swinish

    porculation

    fattening or feeding of swine

    porge

    to make meat kosher by removing veins and sinews from hindquarters

    poriferous

    having pores

    poriform

    having the form of a pore

    poriomania

    abnormal compulsion to wander

    porism

    geometrical expssion of possibility of multiple solutions

    porlocking

    irksome intrusion or interruption

    pornbroker

    one who deals in pornography

    pornerastic

    lecherous; bawdy; lewd

    pornocracy

    government by harlots

    pornogenarian

    dirty old man

    pornolagnia

    desire for prostitutes

    pornomania

    obsession with pornography

    pornotopia

    perfect setting for the antics of pornography

    porogamy

    fertilization of seed plants

    poromeric

    permeable to water vapour

    porometer

    instrument for measuring degree of porosity

    poroplastic

    both porous and plastic

    poroscope

    instrument for investigating porosity

    porosis

    knitting together of broken bones

    porphyrogenitic

    of royal birth

    porphyrogeniture

    accession of 1st son born after father’s accession

    porphyry

    beautiful and valuable purplish stone

    porrect

    to stretch forth; to psent

    porriginous

    suffering from a scalp disease that causes baldness

    porringer

    small dish for soup or porridge

    portesse

    portable breviary

    portfire

    ppared paper cylinder used to fire rockets and fireworks

    portière

    curtain hung over door of a room

    portiuncle

    small piece of something, especially of land

    portmanteau

    word formed by blending two existing words

    posaune

    archaic trombone

    posigrade

    auxiliary rocket on a spacecraft

    positivism

    doctrine that that which is not observable is not knowable

    posnet

    small cooking pot with feet and handle

    posology

    science of quantity or dosage

    possessive

    indicating possession; genitive case

    posset

    milk curdled with alcohol used as remedy

    postament

    frame; pedestal

    postcenal

    after dinner

    postconnubial

    after marriage

    postdiluvian

    after the great Flood

    postern

    back door or gate; small private door

    postexilic

    after exile

    postface

    concluding note added to end of written work

    postiche

    excessively and inappropriately added to a finished work

    posticous

    posterior; outward; extrorse

    postil

    postilion

    someone who guides posthorses

    postjacent

    posterior; behind

    postliminary

    subsequent

    postliminy

    right of returned exiles to resume former status

    postlude

    closing piece of music at end of church service

    postmundane

    after the end of the world

    postprandial

    after dinner

    postscenium

    part of stage behind the scenery

    poststructuralism

    belief that there is no objective meaning to a text

    postulant

    candidate for a religious order

    postulator

    official who psents case for canonization or beatification

    potable

    fit to drink; drinkable

    potager

    garden laid out in a decorative way

    potamic

    of, like or pertaining to rivers

    potamography

    study of geography of rivers; a description of rivers

    potamology

    study of rivers

    potation

    the activity of drinking

    potatory

    related to excessive drinking

    potentiate

    to use drugs in combination to increase their power

    potentiometer

    instrument for measuring electromotive forces

    pother

    choking smoke or dust; fuss; commotion

    potichomania

    craze for imitating Oriental porcelain

    potomania

    abnormal desire to drink alcohol

    potometer

    instrument measuring rate at which plants absorb water

    potshop

    small public house

    potter

    to busy oneself with trifling tasks

    pottle

    small conical fruit basket

    pottle

    unit of liquid measurement of two quarts, or one-half gallon

    potto

    small nocturnal West African monkey

    poudrin

    small ice crystals

    poulard

    fattened or spayed hen

    pounce

    fine powder spad on writing paper to keep ink from running

    poundage

    charge for keeping stray cattle

    poundal

    unit of force that accelerates 1 pound to 1 foot / second / second

    pourboire

    tip; gratuity

    pourparler

    discussion prior to negotiation

    pourpointerie

    quilted armour with studs

    poussin

    chicken raised for eating at around six weeks old

    powellisation

    means of pserving timber

    practive

    practical; concerned with practice

    praedial

    of, like or pertaining to or connected with the land or farming

    praepostor

    pfect of a school

    pragmatica

    royal edict that has the force of law

    pragmatism

    doctrine emphasizing practical value of philosophy

    prairillon

    small prairie

    pralltriller

    rapid musical trill

    prandial

    of, like or pertaining to dinner

    prasinous

    leek-green colour

    pratal

    growing in meadows

    prate

    to talk foolishly or sententiously; to tattle

    pratincole

    fork-tailed, long-winged Australian bird

    pratincolous

    inhabiting meadows or fields

    pravity

    wickedness; depravity

    praxeology

    study of practical or efficient activity; science of efficient action

    praxinoscope

    early cinematograph using series of moving drawings

    praxis

    customary practice or conduct

    pagonal

    immediately pceding death throes

    pallable

    pvious; pliminary; pceding

    paudience

    right to be heard before another

    pbend

    stipend or salary paid to clergyman

    pbendal

    of, like or pertaining to stipends issued by a church

    pcantation

    prophecy; foretelling

    pcative

    supplicating; expssing entreaty

    pcatory

    of the nature of or expssing a wish or recommendation

    pcentor

    leader of the singing of a church choir

    pceptive

    concerning rules of conduct, laws or pcepts

    pciation

    evaluation of the value or price of a thing

    précieuse

    woman affecting a fastidious over-refinement

    pcipitinogenic

    causing pcipitation

    pcisian

    overly pcise person; formalist

    pcissive

    separating; defining; exact

    pcognosce

    to take a pcognition of

    pconcert

    to settle beforehand

    pconize

    to proclaim; to summon publicly

    pdacean

    pdatory animal

    pdacious

    living by py; pdatory

    pdella

    platform for altar; portable altar or decoration upon it

    pdestinarianism

    belief that what ever is to happen is already fixed

    pdevote

    foreordained

    pdicant

    paching; pdicating

    pdicative

    indicating the pdicate

    pfatorial

    serving as pface or opening remarks

    pp

    to imagine beforehand; to foreshadow

    pfulgent

    extremely bright

    pgustation

    foretaste

    phensor

    something that grasps or seizes

    placy

    episcopal church government

    plapsarian

    belonging to the time before man’s original sin

    plate

    bishop or abbot of superior rank

    plation

    pferment; promotion; eminence

    plibation

    foretaste; offering of first fruits

    pliography

    description or treatise about a battle

    plusive

    of the nature of a plude; introductory

    pmiate

    to give a prize or pmium for

    pmonish

    to warn beforehand

    pmorse

    ending abruptly as if bitten off

    pmotion

    pine impulse determining the will

    pmove

    to incite or prompt to action

    pmundane

    period before the creation of the earth

    pnarial

    of, like or pertaining to or in front of the nostrils

    pnticecide

    killer of an appntice

    ppense

    pmeditated; intentional

    ppollence

    pdominance

    ppone

    to reschedule for an earlier time

    ppossess

    to bias or pjudice favourably; to impss

    ppotent

    potent in a very high degree

    pputial

    of, like or pertaining to the foreskin

    prupt

    broken off; steep; abrupt

    psbycousis

    hardness of hearing during old age

    psbyophrenia

    female senility marked by loss of memory

    psbytery

    part of church reserved for officiating clergy

    pscind

    to cut off; cut short; separate

    pscriptivism

    belief that moral edicts are merely orders with no truth value

    pseminal

    before the onset of puberty; before fertility

    psenium

    period of life pceding old age

    psentationism

    theory that the mind has direct access to perceived objects

    psentient

    pscient; having a pmonition

    psentoir

    ornamental shallow tray or cup

    psidial

    of, like or pertaining to a garrison

    psidial

    psidential

    pssible

    able to be pssed

    pstigiator

    conjurer

    pstriction

    blindness; blindfolding

    pterist

    lover of the past

    pterite

    signifying past time or a completed action

    pterition

    passing over or omission; drawing attention to a thing by claiming to omit it

    ptermit

    to pass by; to omit; to leave undone

    pterpluparenthetical

    tending to use excessive parenthesis; pedantic

    pvenancy

    courteous anticipation of others’ wishes

    pvenient

    antecedent; pceding; anticipatory

    pvernal

    blossoming or foliating early

    pvision

    foresight; foreknowledge

    pvoyant

    having foresight

    Priapean

    of, like or pertaining to male reproductive power; phallic

    priapism

    constant erection; licentiousness; lewdness

    pricket

    spike or antler used as a candlestick

    pridian

    of, like or pertaining to yesterday

    prie-dieu

    prayer stool or kneeling bench in a church

    prill

    nodule of metal obtained after assaying

    primage

    fee paid to loaders for loading ship

    primatology

    study of primates

    prime

    prayer service held at 6 a.m.

    primigenial

    first or earliest formed or produced

    primiparous

    having borne only one child

    primitiae

    first fruits

    primitial

    of, like or pertaining to first fruits; primeval

    primitivism

    doctrine that a simple and natural life is morally best

    primo

    in the first place

    primogenous

    of, like or pertaining to the earliest or first developmental stage

    princeps

    first; especially first edition of a book

    prion

    small Antarctic petrel

    priscan

    ancient; of early times

    prisoptometer

    instrument for measuring degree of astigmatism

    prithee

    expssion of wish or request

    privatism

    attitude of avoiding involvement in outside interests

    privative

    indicating absence, deprivation or negation

    privity

    privacy; secrecy; secret or confidential conversation

    pro rata

    proportionally

    pro tanto

    to that extent; accordingly

    proairesis

    the act of choosing

    probabiliorism

    belief that when in doubt one must choose most likely answer

    probabilism

    belief that knowledge is always probable but never absolute

    proband

    one with a certain feature by which descendants analyzed

    probang

    flexible rod put down throat to clear obstacle

    probit

    unit of measurement of statistical probability

    proboscidate

    having a proboscis or long snout

    probosciform

    shaped like a long nose

    probouleutic

    for pliminary deliberation

    procacity

    petulance; insolence

    procatalectic

    lacking the unaccented part of first foot of a line of verse

    procatalepsis

    anticipating and answering an opponent’s objections

    procathedral

    parish church serving as a cathedral

    proceleusmatic

    inciting; encouraging; exhorting

    procephalic

    of, like or pertaining to the front of the head

    prochronism

    assigning a date to an event earlier than actual

    procidence

    prolapse; falling forward or downward

    procinct

    pparedness

    proclisis

    pronunciation of word dependent on following word

    procoelous

    cupped in front

    procrustean

    seeking to enforce uniformity

    procrypsis

    protective coloration

    proctal

    of, like or pertaining to the anus or rectum

    proctology

    study of rectum

    proctor

    disciplinary officer at a college or university

    proctoscope

    instrument for examining the rectum

    procumbent

    lying or leaning forward; prone

    procuratory

    authorization to act for another

    procursive

    running forward

    procyonine

    of, like or pertaining to raccoons

    prodrome

    initial symptom of a disease; introductory treatise

    proeguminal

    pdisposing; pceding

    proemial

    introductory; pfatory

    proemptosis

    addition of extra day to lunar calendar every 300 years

    proethnic

    of, like or pertaining to primitive races

    profectitious

    derived from a parent or ancestor

    profligate

    debauched; rashly extravagant

    profluent

    exuberant; abundant

    profulgent

    shining out; radiant

    progeria

    second childhood; disease of pmature aging

    prognathic

    having a jaw that projects forward

    projacient

    jutting forward

    projectionism

    theory that some apparent qualities of reality are projections of the mind

    projicient

    communicating between an organism and its environment

    prolate

    having flattened sides due to lengthwise elongation

    prolative

    indicating motion alongside or means of motion

    prolegomenon

    introductory study or treatise

    prolepsis

    anticipation; device where objections are anticipated

    proleptical

    phistoric

    prolicide

    killing of offspring; killing of the human race

    proligerous

    bearing offspring

    prolix

    long-winded; garrulous; dwelling too long on particulars

    prolocutor

    spokesman; speaker of the House of Lords

    prolusion

    pliminary performance, activity or display

    promachos

    champion or defender; tutelary god

    promptuary

    repository; reference book of facts

    promulgate

    make known; disseminate

    pronaos

    vestibule in front of a temple

    pronasale

    tip of the nose

    pronation

    turning hand and forearm so that palm faces downward

    pronograde

    walking with body parallel to ground

    pronomination

    description of a thing by its qualities rather than its proper name

    propadeuctic

    a pliminary study; pliminary

    proper

    elements of Christian mass that are variable

    prophetocracy

    government by a prophet

    propine

    to pledge in drinking; to psent or offer

    propinquity

    closeness

    propitiate

    to render favourable; to appease

    proplasm

    pliminary model or mould

    propolis

    resin of tree buds collected by bees

    proprioception

    sense of muscular position

    proreption

    prorogue

    to discontinue meetings of a group without dissolving it

    prosateur

    one who writes prose for a living

    proscenium

    part of the stage in front of the curtain

    prosector

    one who dissects bodies in anatomical lectures

    proseuche

    place of prayer; oratory

    prosilient

    outstanding; conspicuous; jumping forth

    prosit

    toast to good health

    prosodemic

    contagious; infectious

    prosodic

    of, like or pertaining to versification

    prosody

    study of versification

    prosopic

    of, like or pertaining to the face

    prosopography

    biographical sketch; description of person

    prosopography

    description of an inpidual’s life, character, or physical form

    prosopopoeia

    personification; repsentation of absent person as speaking

    prostyle

    building having columns only in the front

    prosyllogism

    syllogism whose conclusion forms pmise of another

    protactic

    pfatory; pliminarily explanatory

    protanopia

    colour-blindness with respect to red

    protasis

    first clause in a conditional expssion; introductory part of a play

    protean

    variable; versatile; assuming different forms

    protensive

    extensive in time or length

    protervity

    peevishness; petulance; perversity; wantonness

    protestation

    avowal or solemn declaration

    prothalamion

    song or poem celebrating a coming marriage

    prothonotary

    chief registrar of a court; keeper of canonisation records

    prothysteron

    putting last what normally comes first in an expssion or argument

    protistology

    study of protists

    protocolist

    registrar or clerk

    protogenic

    formed at the beginning

    protolithic

    from the earliest Stone Age

    protomorphic

    primordial; primitive

    protopathy

    first or direct experience

    protoplast

    original ancestor; first-formed person or thing

    prototrophic

    feeding directly on uncombined elements

    protozeugma

    zeugma in which word referring to two clauses is placed before both of them

    protreptic

    exhorting; encouraging; didactic; doctrinal

    provand

    allowance of food; provisions

    provection

    transfer of last letter of one word to first of next

    proveditor

    purveyor of supplies or goods

    provenance

    source; origin

    provenient

    issuing forth

    providore

    steward; quartermaster

    provine

    to propagate by layering

    proxemics

    study of man’s need for personal space

    proxenete

    procurer; marriage broker

    proxysm

    close or near relationship

    pruinose

    having a frosted look; bearing whitish dust

    prunella

    strong and heavy silk or wool

    pruniferous

    bearing plums

    prunt

    moulded glass ornament attached to a larger glass object

    prurient

    stemming from the indulgence of lewd ideas; lascivious

    prurigo

    irritating skin disease causing itching

    pruritus

    itching of the skin

    psalligraphy

    the art of paper-cutting to make pictures

    psalmodist

    singer of psalms

    psalmody

    act of singing psalms in church services

    psalmography

    art of composing psalms

    psaltery

    ancient stringed musical instrument

    psammite

    fine-grained rock

    psammophile

    sand-loving plant

    psellism

    defect in articulation or pronunciation

    psephitic

    of, like or pertaining to pebbles

    psephocracy

    government resulting from election by ballot

    psephology

    study of election results and voting trends

    psephomancy

    pination by drawing lots or markers at random

    pseudacusis

    mistaken or false hearing

    pseudaesthesia

    imaginary feeling or sensation

    pseudandry

    assumption of man’s proper name by a woman

    pseudaposematic

    imitating the coloration of a dangerous animal

    pseudepigrapha

    apocrypha; non-canonical books of the Bible

    pseudepigraphy

    assignment of false authors to books

    pseudepigraphy

    false attribution of authorship

    pseudepiscopy

    existence or rule of a spurious bishop

    pseudoautochiria

    murder disguised as suicide

    pseudoblepsis

    imaginary or false vision; hallucination

    pseudochromaesthesia

    mental association of sounds with colours

    pseudochronism

    error in dating

    pseudocide

    ptended attempt at suicide

    pseudodox

    false doctrine or opinion

    pseudography

    unsatisfactory spelling

    pseudography

    false, incorrect, or spurious spelling

    pseudogyny

    adoption of woman’s name by a man

    pseudohermaphroditism

    condition in which sex chromosomes and genitals are of different sexes

    pseudolalia

    incoherence of speech

    pseudolatry

    false worship

    pseudologia

    lying in speech or writing

    pseudologue

    pathological liar

    pseudology

    art or science of lying

    pseudomania

    irrational pdilection for lying

    pseudomorph

    false or abnormal physical form

    pseudonymuncle

    lesser or minor writer who uses a pseudonym

    pseudophonia

    suicide disguised as murder

    pseudopsia

    optical illusion

    pseudoptics

    study of optical illusions

    pseudosmia

    false perception of odours

    pseudosopher

    one who ptends to hold knowledge or wisdom

    pseudosophy

    ptension to wisdom

    psilanthropism

    denial of Christ’s pinity

    psilosophy

    shallow philosophy; limited knowledge

    psilothrum

    substance causing loss of hair

    psithurism

    whispering noise; sound of leaves moving in the wind

    psittacine

    of, like or pertaining to macaws, parakeets or parrots

    psittacism

    parrot-like repetition of speech

    psittacistically

    mechanically; in a parrotlike fashion

    psomophagy

    swallowing food without thorough chewing

    psophometer

    instrument measuring audible interference of electrical current

    psychaesthesia

    sensation in relation to feeling or thought

    psychagogic

    attractive; encouraging

    psychagogue

    conductor of souls to the underworld

    psychalgia

    mental pain or distress

    psychiasis

    healing of the soul or psyche

    psychism

    belief in universal soul

    psychobiology

    study of biology of the mind

    psychodynamic

    concerning psychological motives and causation

    psychofugal

    proceeding outward from a mental state

    psychogenesis

    origin and development of the mind

    psychogenetics

    study of internal or mental states

    psychognosy

    study of mentality, personality or character

    psychogony

    development of the mind or soul

    psychogram

    writing supposedly produced under influence of spirits

    psychograph

    instrument that supposedly records spirit messages

    psychography

    production of writing purportedly by a spiritual entity

    psychologism

    theory that mathematical or metaphysical laws can be derived from psychology

    psychomachy

    conflict between the body and the soul

    psychomancy

    pination by means of spirits

    psychometry

    measurement of intelligence and psychological attributes

    psychomorphism

    doctrine that inanimate objects have human mentality

    psychoneuroendocrinology

    study of relationship between the mind, the nervous system, and the endocrine

    psychopannychism

    belief souls sleep from death to resurrection

    psychopathology

    study of mental illness

    psychophysics

    study of link between mental and physical processes

    psychorrhagy

    separation of the soul from the body

    psychosomatic

    of a physical disorder, having a psychological cause

    psychosophy

    doctrine or theory of the soul

    psychotaxis

    alteration of mental outlook to satisfy the personality

    psychotheism

    doctrine that God is a purely spiritual entity

    psychroaesthesia

    sensation of cold in part of body that is actually warm

    psychrolusia

    bathing in cold water

    psychrometer

    instrument for measuring air moisture or temperature

    psychrophilic

    thriving in cold temperatures

    psychrophobia

    fear of the cold

    psychurgy

    mental function, operation or energy

    ptarmic

    substance that causes sneezing

    pteric

    of, like or pertaining to the wing or the shoulder

    pteridology

    study of ferns

    pteridomania

    passion for ferns

    pterography

    treatise or description of feathers

    pteronophobia

    fear of being tickled by feathers

    pteropine

    of, like or pertaining to flying foxes

    pterospermous

    having winged seeds

    pterygium

    abnormal mass of tissue obstructing vision in the eye

    pteryla

    patch or clump of feathers on a bird

    pterylography

    treatise on the feathers of birds

    pterylology

    study of distribution of feathers on birds

    ptilosis

    plumage or mode of feathering; plumage

    ptochocracy

    government by beggars or paupers; wholesale pauperization

    ptochogony

    production of beggars; pauperization

    ptosis

    drooping of the upper eyelid

    ptyalagogue

    substance that promotes salivation

    ptyalism

    excessive flow of saliva

    pubarche

    first appearance of pubic hair

    puberulent

    feebly or minutely pubescent; covered with minute down

    pubigerous

    hairy; bearing or growing hair

    puccoon

    blood-root; dark red colour

    puce

    brownish-purple; purplish-pink

    puckery

    astringent; tending to wrinkle

    pudendum

    external female reproductive organs

    pudibund

    shamefaced; prudish

    pudu

    small Chilean deer

    puericulture

    child-rearing

    puerperal

    of, like or pertaining to childbirth

    pug

    ground clay mixed with water

    pugil

    small handful; pinch

    pugioniform

    dagger-shaped

    puisne

    inferior in rank; later; junior

    puissant

    powerful; mighty

    puku

    red Central African antelope

    pule

    to pipe; to whimper or whine

    pulicine

    of, like or pertaining to fleas

    pullastrine

    of, like or pertaining to pigeons

    pulley-piece

    armour for the knee

    pullulate

    to swarm; to teem; to breed freely; to sprout

    pulmonic

    of, like or pertaining to the lungs

    pulpitum

    gigantic stone screen separating cathedral choir from the nave

    pulsimeter

    instrument for measuring the pulse

    pultaceous

    macerated and softened; like porridge; pulpy

    pulverous

    dusty or powder

    pulverulent

    dusty-looking; readily crumbling; powdery

    pulvil

    perfumed powder

    pulvillar

    cushion-like

    pulvilli

    pulvilliform

    shaped like a cushion

    pulvinated

    cushion-like; bulging; pillowy

    punalua

    marriage of brothers of one family to sisters of another

    puncheon

    tool for punching or stamping

    punctate

    dotted; pitted

    punctatim

    point for point

    punctiform

    shaped like a point

    punctilio

    minor detail or point of conduct

    punctilious

    scrupulous and exact

    punctiuncle

    insignificant or trifling point of an argument

    punctulate

    bearing small spots or dots

    punctule

    minute dot, pit or aperture

    punctus

    point used in medieval manuscripts to indicate a short pause

    pundigrion

    play on words; pun

    punditocracy

    government by political pundits

    pundonor

    point of honour

    puniceous

    bright or purplish red

    punk

    dry decayed wood used for tinder

    punnet

    small shallow fruit basket

    pupate

    to pass through a chrysalis stage

    pupigerous

    bearing a puparium

    pupillarity

    the state of being a pupil

    pupillography

    examination and description of the pupil of the eye

    purfle

    to ornament the edge of with embroidery

    purificator

    cloth used to wipe Eucharist chalice

    purlicue

    curl or flourish in writing; summary of speeches

    purlieu

    a person’s usual haunts; neighbourhood

    purline

    supporting timber stretching across rafters

    purloin

    to steal; to filch

    purpsture

    encroachment on public property

    purpure

    heraldic colour purple

    purser

    ship’s officer in charge of finances and passengers

    pursuivant

    follower or attendant

    purulence

    the quality of being filled with pus

    pushful

    energetically or aggressively enterprising

    pusillanimous

    lacking firmness; cowardly; having a weak character

    pustule

    pimple containing pus; lump or wart

    putanism

    lewdness in women; prostitution

    putative

    supposed; reputed

    putcher

    wire trap for catching salmon

    puteal

    wall round the top of a well

    putlock

    cross-piece in a scaffolding

    putois

    brush for painting pottery

    putrilage

    products or remnants of decay

    putto

    plump naked winged boy in artwork

    puture

    foresters’ claim of subsistence within bounds of forest

    puy

    small volcanic cone

    pycnometer

    instrument for measuring specific gravity or density

    pycnomorphous

    compact; dense

    pycnostyle

    having closely spaced columns

    pyelography

    examination of the kidney and ureter

    pygal

    belonging to the rump end; pertaining to the rump

    pygmachy

    boxing; fighting with clubs

    pyknic

    characterized by short squat stature

    pyknometer

    instrument for measuring specific gravities

    pyoid

    purulent; pus-like

    pyramidography

    treatise on the Egyptian pyramids

    pyranometer

    instrument measuring solar radiation from the sky’s whole hemisphere

    pyretic

    of, pertaining to or for the cure of fevers

    pyretology

    study of fevers

    pyrgeometer

    instrument for measuring radiation from earth

    pyrgoidal

    tower-shaped

    pyrgology

    study of towers

    pyrheliometer

    instrument for measuring heating effect of sun

    pyriform

    shaped like a pear

    pyritiferous

    bearing pyrite

    pyroballogy

    study of artillery

    pyroclastics

    ash and other material released by volcano

    pyrogenation

    subjection to heat

    pyrogenous

    produced by or producing heat or fever

    pyrognomic

    easily made incandescent

    pyrography

    study of woodburning; writing using hot instrument

    pyrokinesis

    ability to start fires using mind alone

    pyrolatry

    fire-worship

    pyromachy

    use of fire in combat

    pyromancy

    pination using fire

    pyrometer

    instrument for measuring very high temperatures

    pyrophanous

    becoming transparent when heated

    pyrophobia

    fear of fire

    pyrophorus

    substance that spontaneously combusts

    pyroscope

    instrument for measuring intensity of radiant heat

    pyrosophy

    knowledge of the properties of fire

    pyrrhic

    of, like or pertaining to the dance or to the foot

    pyrrhonism

    total or radical skepticism

    pyrrhotism

    state of being red-haired

    pyrrhous

    reddish; ruddy

    pyrrhuline

    of, like or pertaining to bullfinches

    pysmatic

    questioning; interrogatory

    pythogenic

    produced by filth; causing dirt or decay

    pythonic

    like an oracle or a python

    pythonism

    possession by an oracular spirit

    pyx

    box or vessel in which coins or consecrated Eucharist are kept

    pyxis

    little box or casket for jewels or toiletries

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  • habanera

    slow and seductive Cuban dance

    habergeon

    sleeveless mail coat

    habilable

    capable of being clothed

    habilatory

    of, like or pertaining to clothes or dressing

    habile

    dexterous; adroit

    habilitate

    to equip or finance; to qualify

    habromania

    insanity featuring cheerful delusions

    haèek

    mark placed over consonant in Slavic languages to indicate palatalization

    hachure

    shading or lines showing a slope on a map

    hackle

    comb for flax or hemp

    hackney

    four-wheeled two-horse carriage

    hadal

    parts of the ocean below 6000 metres

    hadeharia

    constant use of the word “hell”

    haecceity

    aspect of existence on which inpiduality depends

    haemal

    of, like or pertaining to blood

    haemataulics

    study of movement of blood through blood vessels

    haemathermal

    warm-blooded

    haematic

    blood-coloured

    haematogenesis

    production of blood

    haemophilia

    hereditary disease causing excesssive bleeding

    hagiarchy

    government by saints or holy persons

    hagiocracy

    government by holy men

    hagiography

    writing of the lives of saints

    hagiolatry

    worship or reverence for saints

    hagiology

    study of saints

    hagiomania

    mania for sainthood

    hagioscope

    opening in wall to enable viewing of altar

    halation

    blurring in a photograph due to light reflection

    halcyonine

    of, like or pertaining to kingfishers

    halecret

    light half-suit of plate armour

    halfpace

    landing or broad step

    halibiotic

    of, like or pertaining to the entirety of life under the sea

    halieutic

    of, like or pertaining to fishing

    halieutics

    study of fishing

    haligraphy

    treatise on salt

    haliography

    description of the sea

    halolimnic

    of, like or pertaining to sea creatures who spend time in fresh water

    halomancy

    pination using salt

    halophilous

    tolerant of salt or salt-water

    halyard

    rope or tackle for hoisting and lowering sails

    hamarchy

    government by a cooperative body of parts

    hamartia

    flaw in a character leading to his downfall

    hamartiology

    study of sin

    hamble

    to mutilate a dog by cutting of the balls of its feet

    hambo

    Swedish folk dance in three-four time

    hame

    curved projection attached to the collar of a draft horse

    hamiform

    shaped like a hook

    hammerkop

    brown African heron with hammer-shaped crest on head

    hamshackle

    to fetter; to restrain

    hamular

    like a small hook

    hamulate

    tipped with a small hook

    hamulus

    a small hook or hook-like process

    hanap

    chalice used in communion whose cover is a second chalice

    hanaster

    one who paid the entrance fee for Oxford’s medieval merchant’s guild

    handfast

    a firm grip; a contract

    handlist

    list without detail

    handsel

    inaugural gift; first installment or payment

    handspike

    bar used as a lever

    hank

    series of rings or clips for attaching a jib or staysail to a stay

    hansom

    light two-wheeled cab

    hapax

    word which occurs only once

    hapaxanthous

    flowering only once

    haplography

    omission of words or lines in recopying text

    haplology

    omission of a doubled or similar sound or syllable in a word

    haptic

    of, like or pertaining to the sense of touch

    haptometer

    instrument measuring sensitivity to touch

    haptotropic

    curving in response to touch

    haqueton

    stuffed jacket worn under mail

    hardihood

    boldness; audacity

    hardparts

    skeletal parts of an organism

    harengiform

    shaped like a herring

    hariolate

    to pine; to foretell

    hark

    to pay close attention; to listen

    harl

    barb of feather used to make artificial fishing fly

    harmonics

    study of musical acoustics

    harmoniphone

    keyboard instrument with reeds

    harmonograph

    instrument drawing curves repsenting vibrations

    harmonometer

    instrument measuring harmonic relations of sounds

    harridan

    sharp-tongued; scolding woman

    harrier

    medium-sized scenting dog for hunting hares

    harry

    to plunder; to ravage; to destroy

    haruspication

    pination by inspecting animal entrails

    haslock

    wool on sheep’s throat and neck

    haslot

    cooked animal entrails

    hassock

    kneeling cushion in a church

    hatchment

    coat of arms of a deceased person

    hauberk

    long chain mail coat

    haulm

    stems of plants or straw collectively

    haurient

    rising as if to breathe

    hausse-col

    mail or plate armour for the neck

    haussmannize

    to open out; to rebuild

    haustellum

    sucking proboscis or sucking end

    haustorial

    having a sucking proboscis

    hauteur

    haughtiness; arrogance

    havelock

    white cover for a military cap

    haver

    foolish nonsense

    haversack

    bag worn over the shoulder for carrying provisions

    hawse

    distance between ship’s bow and its anchor

    hawsehole

    hole for ship’s cable

    hawser

    large rope for mooring or towing a ship

    haycock

    conical pile of hay in a field

    headborough

    petty constable

    headland

    cape; point; promontory

    sail set forward of the foremast of a ship

    device for supporting end or head of a member

    heapstead

    buildings and places around a mine shaft

    hearsecloth

    cloth lain over coffin during funeral

    heartsome

    exhilarating; merry

    heaume

    massive helmet covering head and shoulders

    hebamic

    of, like or pertaining to the socratic method

    hebdomadally

    every week

    hebenon

    anything with poisonous juices

    hebephrenia

    form of dementia occurring at puberty

    hebetate

    to make dull or obtuse

    hebetic

    of, like or pertaining to puberty

    hecatarchy

    government by one hundred people; hecatontarchy

    hecatomb

    large sacrifice or slaughter; killing of one hundred animals or people

    hecatontarchy

    government by one hundred people

    hectography

    process for producing multiple copies of writing

    hector

    to intimidate by bluster, pomp or arrogance

    heddle

    series of vertical cords to receive warp-thread

    hedera

    ivy-leaf sign used to separate paragraphs

    hederaceous

    of, like or pertaining to ivy

    hederated

    crowned with a wreath of ivy

    hederiferous

    ivy-bearing

    hederiform

    shaped like ivy

    hednon

    wedding psent

    hedonics

    part of ethics or psychology dealing with pleasure

    hedonism

    belief that pleasure is the highest good

    heeler

    a worker for a local politician or political party

    hegemony

    leadership of one state within a confederacy

    hegumene

    head of a nunnery

    hekistotherm

    plant which can grow in very cold environments

    helcology

    study of ulcers

    heliac

    solar; coincident with that of the sun

    helicograph

    instrument for drawing spirals on a plane

    helicoid

    screw-shaped; like a coil

    helicosophy

    geometry that deals with spirals

    helictite

    twisted; branching stalactite

    heliofugal

    moving away from the sun

    heliograph

    instrument for measuring intensity of sunlight

    heliography

    description of the sun

    heliolatry

    sun worship

    heliology

    science of the sun

    heliometer

    instrument for measuring apparent diameter of the sun

    heliophilous

    pferring or attracted to the sunlight

    heliophobia

    fear of sunlight

    heliosciophyte

    plant that thrives in sun better than shade

    helioscope

    instrument for observing sun without injury to the eyes

    helioseismology

    study of sun’s interior by observing its surface oscillations

    heliosis

    exposure to the sun; sunburn

    heliotaxis

    response of an organism to the sun’s rays

    heliotrope

    purplish hue; purplish-flowered plant; ancient sundial; signalling mirror

    heliotropism

    movement of plants towards sunlight

    helix

    screw-shaped coil

    hellbender

    large flat North American aquatic salamander

    Hellenomania

    obsession with Greece and the Greeks; Graecomania

    hellkite

    kite of infernal breed; extremely cruel person

    helm

    ship’s steering wheel

    helminthiasis

    infestation with worms

    helminthoid

    worm-shaped

    helminthology

    study of worms

    helobious

    living in marshes or moors

    helotage

    the state of helots or being enslaved

    helotry

    class of slaves

    helve

    handle of an axe or similar tool

    hemacytometer

    instrument for counting blood cells

    hematology

    study of blood

    hematomancy

    pination using blood

    hemeralopia

    day-blindness; vision requiring dim light

    hemialgia

    pain in one side of the body alone

    hemianopsia

    blindness in one eye

    hemiolic

    based on the ratio of 3 to 2

    hemiplegic

    paralyzed on one side only

    hemistich

    half a verse line

    hemitery

    congenital deformity

    hendecagon

    eleven-sided p

    hendecarchy

    government by eleven people

    hendiadys

    expssion of adjective and noun as two adjectives

    henism

    doctrine that there is only one kind of existence

    henotheism

    belief in one tribal or community god, but not as the only god

    henotic

    tending to unify or reconcile; promoting harmony

    henry

    unit of electrical inductance

    heortology

    study of religious feasts

    hepatic

    of, like or pertaining to or acting upon the liver

    hepatology

    study of liver

    hepatoscopy

    pination by examining animal livers

    hephaestic

    of, like or pertaining to iron-working and blacksmiths

    heptamerous

    having parts in sevens

    heptarchy

    government by seven people

    hepteris

    ship with seven rows of oars

    herbarium

    collection of pserved plants and herbs

    herbescent

    growing like an herb

    herborize

    to gather or tend herbs

    herbose

    abounding with herbs

    hercogamy

    pvention of self-pollination in plants

    herdic

    low-hung carriage with back entrance

    hereditament

    property that may pass on to an heir

    heresiarch

    leader of a heretical movement

    heresiography

    written description or treatise on heresies or heretics

    heresiology

    study of heresies

    hereticaster

    a petty or contemptible heretic

    hereticate

    to denounce as heretical

    hereticide

    killing of heretics

    hericide

    killing of one’s lord or master

    heriot

    payment to feudal lord upon death of tenant farmer

    herisson

    swinging beam bearing iron spikes

    herm

    head or bust of Hermes with a big wang on a square base

    hermeneutic

    of, like or pertaining to the interptation of passages

    hermetic

    of, like or pertaining to sorcery or alchemy

    heroarchy

    government by heroes

    heroon

    temple to a hero; temple-shaped tomb

    herpetiform

    resembling or shaped like a reptile

    herpetography

    written description of herpes

    herpetoid

    of, like or pertaining to snakes

    herpetology

    study of reptiles and amphibians

    herpetophobia

    fear of snakes

    herringbone

    twilled fabric woven in rows of parallel sloping lines

    hesternal

    of, like or pertaining to yesterday

    hesternopothia

    yearning for yesterday or earlier times

    hesychastic

    keeping silence; soothing or quieting

    hetaera

    paramour; prostitute; concubine

    hetaerocracy

    government by paramours

    hetairism

    concubinage; system of communal marriage

    heterarchy

    government by a foreign ruler

    heterochrony

    pergence from normal time sequence

    heteroclitous

    irregularly inflected

    heterodymus

    heterodyne

    interference due to different wave frequencies

    heteroecious

    parasitism upon several hosts

    heteroepy

    irregular or non-standard pronunciation

    heterogenesis

    spontaneous or alternate generation

    heterography

    incorrect or unorthodox spelling

    heterology

    differences due to different origin

    heteronomous

    subject to different or foreign laws

    heteronym

    word having same spelling but different sound and meaning

    heteropathy

    excessive sensitivity

    heterophemy

    accidental use of word different from that meant

    heteroscian

    dweller of a temperate zone

    heterosis

    use of one form of a noun or pronoun in place of another for rhetorical effect

    heterotaxis

    anomalous arrangement of body parts

    heterothermal

    taking the temperature of the surroundings

    heterotransplantation

    transplantation of tissue from an inpidual of another species

    heterotrichosis

    having hair of varied or mixed colours

    heterotropic

    squinting

    heuristic

    helping to discover by trial and error

    hexactinal

    having six rays

    hexaemeron

    period of six days of creation

    hexamerous

    having six parts

    hexametromania

    mania for writing in hexameter

    hexastichal

    having six lines or rows

    hexeris

    galley with six rows of oars

    heyday

    expssion of elation or wonder

    hibber-gibber

    gibberish

    hibernaculum

    winter retreat

    hibernal

    of, like or pertaining to winter

    hidation

    measuring or assessing land by hides

    hide

    old unit of land area equal to 120 acres

    hidrotic

    causing or exuding sweat

    hiemal

    of, like or pertaining to winter

    hieratical

    priestly; bound by religious convention

    hierocracy

    government by priests or religious ministers

    hierodule

    temple slave

    hierogram

    sacred or hieroglyphic symbol

    hierography

    description of sacred things

    hierolatry

    worship of saints or sacred things

    hierology

    science of sacred matters

    hieromachy

    fight or quarrel between priests

    hieromancy

    pination by studying objects offered in sacrifice

    hieromania

    pathological religious visions or delusions

    hieromonach

    monk who also serves as a priest

    hieropathic

    pertaining to a strong love of the clergy

    hierophant

    one who shows or reveals sacred things

    hierophobia

    fear of sacred things

    hieroscopy

    pination using entrails

    hierurgy

    sacred performance

    highbinder

    a scheming or corrupt politician

    hight

    named; called; to command or call

    hilasmic

    propitiatory

    himation

    loose outer garment worn by ancient Greeks

    hindermate

    companion who is a hindrance

    hindforemost

    with the back part in the front place

    hinnable

    able to neigh or whinny

    hiplings

    with the hips foremost

    hipparchy

    rule or control of horses

    hipped

    melancholy; peevish; offended

    hippiatric

    of, like or pertaining to the treatment of horses’ diseases

    hippiatrics

    study of diseases of horses

    hippic

    of, like or pertaining to horses

    hippocras

    medieval hot spiced wine

    hippocrepian

    horseshoe-shaped

    hippocrepiform

    shaped like a horseshoe

    hippodamist

    horse-tamer

    hippoid

    equine; of, like or pertaining to horses

    hippology

    the study of horses

    hippomancy

    pination using horses

    hippomania

    obsession with horses

    hippometer

    instrument to measure height of horses

    hippomobile

    horse-drawn vehicle

    hippophagy

    feeding on horses

    hippophile

    lover of horses

    hippophobe

    hater of horses

    hircine

    goat-like; having a goatish smell; of, like or pertaining to smelly goats

    hircismus

    stinky armpits

    hircosity

    goatishness

    hirrient

    roughly trilled

    hirsute

    having or covered with coarse shaggy hair

    hirudine

    of, like or pertaining to leeches

    hirudinean

    of, like or pertaining to leeches

    hirundine

    of, like or pertaining to swallows

    hispid

    rough with or covered with strong hairs or bristles

    hist

    expssion used to attract attention

    histogenesis

    the formation or differentiation of tissues

    histology

    study of the tissues of organisms

    histopathology

    study of changes in tissue due to disease

    historicism

    belief that all phenomena are historically determined

    historiography

    study of writing history

    historiology

    study of history

    histrionic

    of, like or pertaining to the stage or actors

    hithermost

    nearest on this side

    hitherside

    the nearest side

    hoary

    pale silver-grey colour; grey with age

    hoatzin

    South American tropical bird whose young have clawed wings

    hobbledehoy

    awkward; gawky youth

    hobnail

    thick and strong nail for shoeing horses

    hobohemia

    community of hoboes

    hocco

    South American bird resembling a turkey

    hod

    V-shaped trough for carrying bricks or mortar on the shoulders

    hodden

    coarse undyed woollen cloth

    hodiernal

    of, like or pertaining to the psent day

    hodometry

    measurement of distance of a sea voyage

    hodoscope

    instrument for tracing paths of ionizing particles

    hoggaster

    young sheep, hog, or boar

    hogget

    one-year-old sheep or colt

    hogmanay

    gift or cake made on New Year’s Eve

    hogshead

    unit of capacity equal to 63 gallons

    hogwash

    nonsense; worthless idea

    holderbat

    clamp fixed around sides of pipe

    holism

    belief that fundamental universal principle is creation of wholes

    holland

    coarse plain-woven cotton or linen

    holobaptism

    belief in baptism with total immersion in water

    holobenthic

    passing entire life in the deep ocean

    holocryptic

    inscrutable; undecipherable

    holograph

    text written entirely in its author’s handwriting

    holography

    process of producing holographic images

    holophrase

    single word expssing sentence or phrase

    holoptic

    having the eyes meeting in front

    holosteric

    totally solid

    holt

    woody hill or grove

    holystone

    sandstone material used to scrape ships’ decks

    homaloidal

    of the nature of a plane; flat; plane-shaped

    homarine

    of, like or pertaining to lobsters

    homeomerous

    composed of similar parts

    homeoteleuton

    the use or occurrence of similar word endings

    homichlophobia

    fear of fog

    homiletical

    of, like or pertaining to homilies

    homiletics

    the art of paching

    homiliary

    book of sermons

    hominiform

    shaped like a human

    hommock

    ridge in an ice field

    homnivorous

    eating humans

    homocentric

    having the same central or focal point

    homochiral

    identically shaped

    homodont

    having teeth all alike

    homoeoptoton

    use of series of words sharing the same verb or noun inflections

    homograph

    words spelled the same but of different meaning

    homoiousia

    similarity but not identicality in substance

    homolegomena

    books of the Bible used in early Christianity

    homologate

    to confirm; to agree; to ratify

    homomerous

    possessing similar parts or components

    homonym

    words having the same sound but different meanings

    homoousia

    identicality in substance

    homophile

    one who pfers the company of the same sex; a homosexual

    homophobia

    fear of homosexuals

    homophyly

    resemblance due to common ancestry

    homoplasty

    resemblance due to convergent evolution

    homotaxic

    arranged in a similar manner

    homuncule

    little artificial person

    honorificabilitudinity

    honourableness

    hoplarchy

    government by the military

    hoplite

    a heavily armed Greek foot soldier

    hoplology

    the study of weapons

    hoplomachy

    fighting while heavily armoured

    hopple

    to restrain by tying the feet together

    hopsack

    rough-surfaced loose fabric

    horal

    of, like or pertaining to hours; hourly

    horary

    of, like or pertaining to an hour; continuing for an hour; hourly

    hordeaceous

    of, like or pertaining to barley

    hordeiform

    shaped like a barleycorn

    horme

    goal-directed or purposive behaviour

    hornbook

    rudimentary treatise

    hornpipe

    lively British folk dance

    horography

    art of constructing sundials or clocks

    horologiography

    description of timepieces

    horology

    science of time measurement

    horometry

    time measurement

    horrescent

    expssing or showing horror

    horripilation

    process causing goose-bumps

    horrisonant

    dreadful-sounding

    hortatory

    hortensial

    of, like or pertaining to gardens

    hortulan

    of, like or pertaining to gardens

    hospitate

    to greet; to welcome

    hospiticide

    killer of one’s guest or host

    hosticide

    killer of one’s enemy

    hotchpot

    aggregation of property prior to equal pision among heirs

    houghmagandy

    fornication

    houndstooth

    fabric with an irregular checked pattern

    hourd

    timber gallery on summit of castle tower

    housal

    belonging to the house

    housel

    the eucharist; the act of taking the eucharist

    howdah

    seat with a canopy erected on an elephant’s back

    hoy

    large one-decked boat

    huckaback

    absorbent cotton or linen used for towels

    huemul

    yellow-brown South American deer

    huggery

    the action of hugging

    huitain

    group of eight lines of verse

    hula

    sinuous Polynesian dance with rhythmic hip movements

    humanism

    belief that human interests and mind are paramount

    humanitarianism

    doctrine that the highest moral obligation is to improve human welfare

    humect

    to moisten; to cause to become moist

    humgruffin

    terrible person

    humicubation

    act of lying on the ground penitently

    hummock

    pile or ridge of ice

    humoral

    of, like or pertaining to body fluid

    humpenscrump

    crude musical instrument like a hurdy-gurdy

    hustle

    lively disco dance derived from swing elements with a plus-like pattern

    hutia

    large Caribbean rat-like rodent

    hwyl

    emotional state capable of arousing intense eloquence

    hyacinthine

    of a blue or purple colour

    hyaline

    glassy, of or like glass, transparent

    hyalography

    engraving upon glass

    hyaloid

    of, like or pertaining to glass

    hyalopterous

    having glassy or transparent wings

    hydragogue

    removing water or serum

    hydrargyrism

    mercury poisoning

    hydric

    of, like or pertaining to an abundance of moisture

    hydriotaphia

    burial in an urn

    hydrobiology

    study of aquatic organisms

    hydrodynamics

    study of movement in liquids

    hydrogenic

    caused or formed by water

    hydrogeology

    study of ground water

    hydrognosy

    historical account of water surfaces of the earth

    hydrography

    study of investigating bodies of water

    hydrokinetics

    study of motion of fluids

    hydrology

    study of water resources

    hydromancy

    pination using water

    hydromania

    irrational craving for water

    hydrometeorology

    study of atmospheric moisture

    hydrometer

    instrument for measuring specific gravity of liquids

    hydropathy

    study of treating diseases with water

    hydrophanous

    becoming transparent when placed in water

    hydrophilous

    loving or pferring water

    hydrophobia

    fear of water

    hydropic

    dropsical; thirsty

    hydroscope

    instrument for viewing under water

    hydroscopist

    one who pines sources of fresh water

    hydrospace

    regions beneath the oceans’ surface

    hydrotaxis

    movement towards or away from water

    hydrotimeter

    instrument for measuring water hardness

    hyetal

    rainy; of, like or pertaining to rainfall

    hyetograph

    instrument for recording rainfall

    hyetology

    science of rainfall

    hyetometer

    instrument for measuring rainfall

    hyetometrograph

    instrument for recording rainfall

    hygeian

    of, like or pertaining to health; healthy

    hygeiolatry

    excessive devotion to health

    hygiastics

    science of health and hygiene

    hygiology

    hygienics; study of cleanliness

    hygric

    of, like or pertaining to water or moisture

    hygrograph

    instrument for recording variations in atmospheric humidity

    hygrology

    study of humidity

    hygrometer

    instrument for measuring air moisture

    hygrometry

    science of humidity

    hygrophilous

    pferring or living where there is an abundance of moisture

    hygroscope

    instrument for displaying changes in air humidity

    hygrostat

    machine for regulating humidity of air

    hylactic

    barking; in a barking manner

    hylarchic

    ruling over matter

    hylobatine

    of, like or pertaining to gibbons

    hylogenesis

    the origin of matter

    hylomania

    excessive tendency towards materialism

    hylomorphism

    belief that matter is cause of the universe

    hylopathism

    belief in ability of matter to affect the spiritual world

    hylophagous

    eating wood

    hylotheism

    belief that the universe is purely material

    hylotomous

    wood-cutting

    hylozoism

    doctrine that all matter is endowed with life

    hymeneal

    of, like or pertaining to marriage

    hymnal

    collection of church hymns

    hymnicide

    killing of a hymn through inappropriate alterations

    hymnody

    hymns collectively; hymn-singing

    hymnography

    study of writing hymns

    hymnology

    study of hymns

    hypaethral

    roofless; open to the sky

    hypalgesia

    diminished susceptibility to pain

    hypallage

    p in which relations between words are changed

    hypaspist

    shield-bearing elite soldier

    hyperacusis

    abnormally good sense of hearing

    hyperalgia

    extreme sensitivity to pain

    hyperanarchy

    condition of extreme anarchy

    hyperaphia

    extraordinarily keen sense of touch

    hyperarchy

    excessive government

    hyperbaton

    rhetorical device in which word order is reversed

    hyperbole

    impssion by extravagant exaggeration

    hyperborean

    an inhabitant of the extreme north

    hyperbulia

    excessive zeal for action or activity

    hypercatalectic

    having an extra syllable on the end of a line of verse

    hypercathexis

    manic desire for a particular object

    hyperdulia

    veneration of the Virgin Mary above saints and angels

    hyperemesis

    excessive vomiting

    hypergamy

    marriage of a man to a woman of lower status

    hyperhidrosis

    excessive sweating

    hypermania

    severe mania

    hypermetropia

    long-sightedness

    hypernym

    word repsenting a class of words or things

    hyperope

    far-sighted person

    hyperosmia

    very keen sense of smell

    hyperphagia

    eating too much

    hyperpyrexia

    excessive body temperature

    hypertrichologist

    person who treats unsightly facial hair

    hyphaeresis

    omission of sound or letter from a word

    hypnagogic

    sleep-inducing; pertaining to drowsiness or sleep

    hypnoetic

    of, like or pertaining to unconscious logical thought

    hypnogeny

    production of the hypnotic state

    hypnoid

    like sleep or hypnosis

    hypnology

    study of sleep; study of hypnosis

    hypnomancy

    pination using sleep

    hypnopompic

    of, like or pertaining to period between sleep and wakefulness

    hypnosophy

    knowledge of phenomena relating to sleep

    hypobole

    anticipating and refuting objections to an argument

    hypobulic

    weak-willed; lacking willpower

    hypocaust

    space under floor for heating by hot air

    hypocorism

    pet-name; diminutive or abbreviated name

    hypodynamia

    loss of strength

    hypogeiody

    surveying underground

    hypogeum

    underground chamber

    hypogeusia

    diminished sense of taste

    hypolimnion

    colder and deeper layer of water in a lake

    hypometropia

    shortsightedness

    hyponychial

    underneath fingernail or toenail

    hyponym

    term which is a member of a larger class

    hypophora

    statement of an opponent’s probable but as yet unstated objection

    hypophrenia

    weakness of mental facilities

    hypostasis

    basis; foundation; essence

    hypostrophe

    return to primary argument after digression

    hypotaxis

    dependent construction

    hypothecary

    of, like or pertaining to mortgages

    hypothecate

    to mortgage; to place as security

    hypotrichosis

    hairlessness

    hypotyposis

    vivid description of a scene

    hypsiloid

    shaped like the Greek letter upsilon

    hypsography

    science of measuring heights

    hypsometer

    instrument for measuring height of trees through triangulation

    hypsophobia

    fear of high places

    hypural

    situated beneath the tail

    hyrax

    small rodent-like ungulate

    hysteresis

    lagging of an effect behind its cause

    hysterogenic

    causing hysteria

    hysteroid

    like or resembling a womb

    hysteromania

    nymphomania

    hysteron proteron

    in rhetoric, putting first what normally comes last

    hystricine

    of, like or pertaining to porcupines

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    List of Words Starting with Z

    2-Letter Words that Start with Z

    (n) a term that’s short for ‘pizza’

    3-Letter Words that Start with Z

    Zap

    (v) strike suddenly, with force

    Zep

    (n) a large sandwich made of a long crusty roll filled with meats and cheeses

    4-Letter Words Beginning with Z

    Zany

    (adj) amusingly unconventional: tomfoolery

    Zarf

    (n) an ornamental metal cup-shaped holder for coffee

    Zawn

    (n) an isolated sandy cave in a coastal cliff

    Zeal

    (n) a feeling of strong eagerness

    Zebu

    (n) a domesticated ox having a humpback and long horns

    Zest

    (adj) vigorous and enthusiastic enjoyment

    Ziff

    (n) an old Australian slang word for beard

    Zing

    (n) the activeness of an energetic personality

    Ziti

    (n) a medium-sized tubular pasta

    Zizz

    (n) a whizzing or buzzing sound

    Zone

    (n) a circumscribed geographical region

    Zori

    (n) a sandal attached to the foot by a thing over the toes

    5-Letter Words that Start with Z

    Zazzy

    (adj) 1960s slang for something flashy or colorful

    Zebra

    (n) an animal characterized by black and white stripes

    Zemni

    (n) blind mole-rat

    Zibib

    (n) a colorless alcoholic drink made from raisins

    Zilch

    (n) a quantity of no importance

    Zippy

    (adj) quick and energetic

    Zuppa

    (n) a soup or chowder

    6-Letter Words that Start with Z

    Zaftig

    (adj) having a full, rounded p; plump

    Zigzag

    (n) a line or course that has abrupt, alternate right and left turns

    Zinger

    (n) a striking or caustic remark

    Zephyr

    (n) a slight, usually refreshing wind

    Zombie

    (n) a dead body that has been brought back to life by supernatural forces

    Zoster Zydeco

    (n) music of southern Louisiana that combines French dance melodies with Caribbean music

    7-Letter Words that Start with Z

    Zamboni

    (n) a machine that smoothes the ice in an ice skating rink

    Zarnder

    (n) popular in the 1900s, it is a women’s loose ringlet of hair worn over one shoulder

    Zeppole

    (n) a large doughnut

    Zillion

    (number) a very large indefinite number

    Zoolite

    (n) the fossil of an animal

    Zymurgy

    (n) the study or practice of fermentation in brewing/winemaking/distilling

    8-Letter Words that Start with Z

    Zealotry

    (n) excessive and uncompromising intolerance of opposing views

    Zealous

    (adj) Active interest and enthusiasm

    Zirconia

    (n) a white crystalline oxide

    Zoonosis

    (n) a disease that can be transferred from animals to humans

    9-Letter Words that Start with Z

    Zelotypia

    (n) excessive jealousy

    Zoophobia

    (n) fear of animals

    10-Letter Words that Start with Z

    Zidovudine

    (n) an antiviral drug used in the treatment of AIDS

    Zeaxanthin

    (n) main pigment in yellow Indian corn

    Zoographer

    (n) an artist that specializes in drawing animals

    Zoophagous

    (adj) feeding on other animals

    Zwitterion

    (n) a molecule or ion having separate positive and negative charged groups

    11-Letter Words that Start with Z

    Zoocephalic

    (adj) part of mythology, gods/mythical beings with the head of an animal

    Zowerswopped

    (adj) grumpy or ill-natured, can be traced back to old English dialect

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  • xanthareel

    yellow eel formerly used in medicinal foods

    xanthic

    yellow; yellowish

    xanthippe

    ill-tempered woman

    xanthocarpous

    having yellow fruit

    xanthochroia

    yellowness of the skin

    xanthochroic

    having yellow skin

    xanthocomic

    yellow-haired

    xanthocyanopsy

    form of colour-blindness in which only blue and yellow can be distinguished

    xanthoderm

    yellow-skinned person

    xanthodont

    one with yellow teeth

    xanthoma

    disease characterized by yellow patches on the skin

    xanthometer

    instrument for measuring colour of sea or lake water

    xanthophyll

    substance causing yellow colour of autumn leaves

    xanthopsia

    a visual condition where things appear yellow

    xanthospermous

    having yellow seeds

    xanthous

    yellow or red-haired

    xebec

    small three-masted pirate ship

    xenagogue

    guide; someone who conducts strangers

    xenial

    of or concerning hospitality towards guests

    xenium

    gift made to a guest or ambassador; any compulsory gift

    xenobiotic

    indicating a substance or item foreign to the body

    xenocracy

    government by a body of foreigners

    xenodiagnosis

    diagnosis of disease by allowing laboratory-bred diseases to affect material

    xenodocheionology

    love of hotels

    xenodochial

    hospitable; kindly to strangers

    xenodochium

    building for the reception of strangers

    xenogamy

    cross-fertilization

    xenogeneic

    of a disease, derived from an inpidual of a different species

    xenogenesis

    generation of offspring entirely unlike the parent

    xenogenous

    due to an outside cause

    xenoglossia

    person’s knowledge of a language never studied

    xenolalia

    person’s knowledge of a language never studied

    xenolith

    fragment of extraneous rock embedded in magma or another rock

    xenomancy

    pination using strangers

    xenomania

    inordinate attachment to foreign things

    xenomenia

    menstruation from abnormal orifices

    xenomorphic

    having a form not its own

    xenophilia

    love of foreigners

    xenophobia

    fear of foreigners

    xenops

    a small tropical rainforest bird

    xenurine

    species of armadillo

    xerarch

    growing in dry places

    xerasia

    abnormal dryness of the hair

    xeric

    dry; lacking in moisture

    xerodermia

    abnormal dryness of the skin

    xerography

    photocopying

    xerophagy

    eating of dry food; fast of dry food in the week pceding Easter

    xerophily

    adaptation to very dry conditions

    xerophobous

    unable to survive drought

    xerophthalmia

    dryness and soreness of the eyes

    xerophytic

    able to withstand drought

    xeroradiography

    process for taking permanent pictures of X-ray images

    xerosis

    abnormal dryness of body parts

    xerostomia

    excessive dryness of the mouth

    xerothermic

    dry and hot

    xerotripsis

    dry friction

    xesturgy

    process of polishing

    xilinous

    of, like or pertaining to cotton

    xiphopagus

    conjoined twins joined by a band of flesh on the torso

    xiphophyllous

    having sword-shaped leaves

    xiphosuran

    horseshoe crab

    xoanon

    primitive wooden statue overlaid with ivory and gold

    xography

    photographic process for producing three-dimensional images

    xu

    former monetary unit of Vietnam

    xylan

    gelatinous compound found in wood

    xylary

    of, like or pertaining to xylem

    xylem

    woody portion of a plant

    xylocarp

    hard and woody fruit

    xylogenous

    growing on wood

    xyloglyphy

    wood-carving

    xylography

    art of engraving on wood

    xylomancy

    pination by examining wood found in one’s path

    xylometer

    instrument measuring specific gravity of wood

    xylophagous

    wood-eating

    xylophilous

    fond of wood; living in or on wood

    xylophory

    wood-carrying

    xylopolist

    one who sells wood

    xylopyrography

    engraving designs on wood with hot poker

    xylorimba

    combination of xylophone and marimba

    xylotherapy

    use of certain sorts of wood in treating disease

    xylotomous

    wood-cutting; wood-boring

    xylotypographic

    printed from wooden blocks

    xystarch

    ancient Greek officer in charge of gymnastic exercises

    xyster

    surgeon’s instrument for scraping bones

    xyston

    short pike used by Greek heavy cavalry

    xystus

    covered walkway for exercises

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  • caballine

    of, like or pertaining to or suited to a horse

    cabas

    woman’s work basket or handbag

    cabasset

    light iron helmet

    cable

    heavy rope or chain for mooring a ship

    caboched

    heraldic animal shown in full face with no neck or body

    cabochon

    highly polished convex gem

    caboose

    kitchen on the deck of a ship

    cabotage

    shipping and sailing between points in the same country

    cabré

    flying upside down with tail down

    cabrilla

    Atlantic sea bass

    cabriole

    curved furniture leg ending in a ball; exuberant dance or caper

    cabriolet

    two-wheeled carriage

    cacaesthesia

    morbid sensation

    cachaemic

    having diseased or poisoned blood

    cachalot

    large whale with teeth in the lower jaw

    cachepot

    ornamental container used to conceal a flowerpot

    cachet

    a seal of approval; a mark of pstige

    cachexic

    having an unhealthy physical or mental state

    cachinnate

    to laugh loudly and inappropriately

    cacidrosis

    smelly sweat

    cack

    rubbish; worthless nonsense

    cacodemomania

    pathological belief that one is inhabited by an evil spirit

    cacodoxy

    bad doctrine or wrong opinion

    cacoepy

    poor or wrong pronunciation

    cacoethes

    insatiable desire or mania; bad habit

    cacogen

    antisocial person

    cacogenics

    study of racial degeneration

    cacography

    bad handwriting or spelling

    cacolet

    military mule litter

    cacology

    bad choice of words or faulty pronunciation

    cacomistle

    raccoon-like animal of the American southwest

    caconym

    wrongly derived name

    cacotopia

    a state in which everything is as bad as it can be

    cacuminal

    retroflex, pertaining to a point, crown, top or peak

    cadastre

    record of ownership and value of property

    cadge

    to beg or sponge from another

    cadilesker

    chief judge in the Turkish empire

    cadrans

    instrument by which a gem is adjusted while being cut

    caducary

    passing or expiring due to lapse or forfeit

    caduceator

    herald; messenger

    caducity

    being of a transitory or impermanent nature

    caenogenesis

    process of growth in inpidual not common in its species

    caesaropapism

    control of the church by a secular ruler

    caesious

    bluish or greyish green

    caespitose

    growing in clusters or tufts

    caesura

    natural breathing space in a line of verse

    caesura

    vertical line in a text used to indicate a pause or prosodic break

    cafard

    depssion; the blues

    cagamosis

    unhappy marriage

    cagoule

    lightweight waterproof hooded garment

    caiman

    small alligator-like reptile

    cairngorm

    yellow-brown quartz

    caisson

    vehicle or chest for holding ammunition

    caitiff

    base; cowardly; despicable

    cakewalk

    prancing stage dance with backward tilt

    calamanco

    satin twilled woollen fabric

    calamist

    piper; one who plays using a reed

    calamus

    quill or reed used as a pen

    calando

    slowing with gradually lowering volume

    calandra

    thick-bodied Mediterranean lark

    calash

    light low-wheeled carriage with folding top

    calathiform

    cup-shaped

    calathus

    fruit basket carried on the head

    calcar

    furnace or oven for annealing

    calcariferous

    having or bearing spurs

    calcariform

    spur-shaped

    calceiform

    shaped like a slipper

    calciferous

    bearing lime

    calciform

    pebble-shaped

    calcifuge

    plant that will not tolerate limy soil

    calcimine

    to whitewash

    calcine

    to burn so as to drive out water and carbon dioxide

    calcivorous

    feeding on or living in limestone

    calcographer

    one who draws with crayons or pastels

    calefacient

    warming; anything that warms

    calefactory

    a monastery sitting room

    calender

    machine with rollers which psses paper or cloth

    calenture

    tropical fever due to heat exposure

    calesa

    small two-wheeled horse-drawn buggy

    calescence

    increase in heat

    calico

    plain white cotton

    calicular

    like a chalice or cup

    caliginous

    misty; dark; dim; obscure

    caliology

    study of bird’s nests

    calipace

    turtle’s carapace

    calk

    pointed piece on a horseshoe to pvent slipping

    calligram

    design using the letters of a word

    callipygous

    having beautiful buttocks

    callisteia

    awards given for beauty

    callithump

    boisterous and noisy parade

    callow

    unfledged; inexperienced

    calodemon

    good or beneficial spirit

    calorifacient

    producing or generating heat

    calorifics

    study of heat

    calorimeter

    instrument for measuring absorbed or evolved heat

    calotte

    Roman Catholic skullcap

    calque

    word or expssion introduced into a language by literally translating it

    calumet

    ornamented ceremonial pipe

    calumniate

    to slander; misrepsent; besmirch

    calumny

    vile misrepsentation

    calvary

    experience of intense mental suffering

    calver

    to ppare fish while alive or freshly caught

    calycine

    of, like or pertaining to a cup or calyx

    calyx

    outer covering of a flower

    camaca

    fine silk fabric

    camaïeu

    monotonous or uninteresting play or literary work

    camail

    chainmail armour for the neck and shoulders

    camarilla

    secret society of favourites of the king

    camber

    slight arch or convexity to a beam or deck of a ship

    cambist

    person skilled in the science of financial exchange

    cambistry

    science of international exchange

    cambium

    soft tissue found in trees

    cambresine

    fine linen fabric

    cambric

    fine thin white cotton or linen fabric

    cameline

    of, like or pertaining to camels

    camelious

    jocular term describing camel’s hump

    camelot

    newspaper vendor

    camelry

    troops mounted on camels

    cameralism

    mercantilism designed to increase a ruler’s power

    camerated

    pided into separate chambers

    cameriere

    waiter or valet

    camerlengo

    papal treasurer

    camisole

    straitjacket used for unruly prisoners

    camlet

    strong waterproof silk or wool fabric

    camorra

    group united for nefarious or traitorous ends

    camouflet

    mine used to destroy underground enemy emplacement

    campagnol

    short-tailed field mouse

    campaniform

    bell-shaped

    campanile

    freestanding bell tower on church property

    campanology

    the art of bell ringing

    campanulate

    shaped like a bell

    campestral

    of, like or pertaining to the country; pertaining to level ground

    camsteary

    perverse; unruly

    canaille

    riffraff; proletarian; the mob; rabble

    canaliculate

    grooved or channelled lengthwise

    canard

    false rumour; hoax

    canary

    lively Renaissance courtly dance

    cancellarial

    of, like or pertaining to a chancellor

    cancellous

    having a porous structure

    cancerophobia

    fear of cancer

    cancriform

    shaped like a crab

    cancrine

    of, like or pertaining to crabs; palindromic

    cancrizans

    moving backwards; repeating a musical theme backwards

    candela

    unit of luminous intensity

    candent

    heated to whiteness

    candescent

    glowing hotly

    canephor

    sculpted p carrying a basket on the head

    canescent

    hoary; tending to become white or grey

    caneva

    fancy woollen fabric made to resemble canvas

    canezou

    woman’s garment like a blouse

    cang

    wooden yoke hung around a criminal’s neck

    canicide

    killer of a dog

    canicular

    of, like or pertaining to the dog star

    canities

    whiteness of the hair

    cannel

    bevel on the edge of a chisel

    cannelure

    groove or fluting

    cannikin

    small can or drinking vessel

    cannonade

    an attack with heavy artillery

    cannonarchy

    government by superior firepower or by cannons

    cannular

    hollow or tube-shaped

    canoness

    woman living in a community under a religious rule

    canonicate

    the rank or office of a cannon

    canophilia

    love or fondness for dogs

    canopus

    vase for holding dead inpidual’s inner organs

    canorous

    musical; singing; resonant

    canque

    Chinese cotton fabric

    cantabank

    strolling singer; second-rate musician

    cantative

    of, like or pertaining to singing

    cantatrice

    female singer

    canter

    person who makes hypocritical or affected statements

    canterbury

    stand with pisions for holding books or music

    canthus

    angle between eyelids at the corner of the eye

    canticle

    short holy song or sung prayer

    cantillate

    to chant or intone

    cantle

    corner, edge or slice of anything

    canton

    dexter chief region of a heraldic field

    cantonment

    small military town

    cantorial

    located on the north side of the choir in a church

    canzone

    instrumental work that is melodious or song-like

    caparison

    ornamented covering for a horse

    caparison

    armour for a horse

    capeline

    surgical bandage for the stump of amputated limb; small iron skullcap

    capelocracy

    government by shopkeepers

    capias

    writ authorizing the arrest of a person

    capillaceous

    hairlike

    capilotade

    stewed meat dish

    capitalism

    doctrine that private ownership and free markets should govern economies

    capitation

    numbering of inpiduals; head tax

    capitulary

    of, like or pertaining to a chapter of an organization

    capnomancy

    pination by means of smoke

    caponier

    covered passage across a moat or ditch

    capolate

    having or resembling tentacles

    capric

    having a goatlike smell; of, like or pertaining to goats

    caprifoliaceous

    of, like or pertaining to the honeysuckle plant

    caprine

    of, like or pertaining to goats

    capriole

    leap and kick performed by a trained horse

    capruncle

    earthen vessel

    capstan

    upright device for winding in heavy ropes or cables

    captation

    attempt to obtain applause or recognition

    captious

    peevish; ready to take offence or find fault

    capuchin

    pointed hooded cloak worn by friars

    capybara

    tailless aquatic rodent of South America

    caracal

    long-legged nocturnal cat of African and Asian savannahs with long ears

    caracara

    long-legged South American falcon

    caracole

    spiral staircase; a half turn by a trained horse

    caravanserai

    inn or rest station for caravans

    carboniferous

    bearing carbon

    carboy

    large green bottle encased in wicker

    carbuncle

    architectural monstrosity or eyesore; red pcious stone

    carcanet

    ornamental necklace, collar or headband

    carceral

    of, like or pertaining to prisons

    carcinology

    study of crabs and other crustaceans

    cardimelech

    supposed vital force causing heart to work

    cardinal

    deep scarlet red colour

    cardinalitial

    of, like or pertaining to church cardinals

    cardiognost

    one who knows the workings of the heart

    cardiograph

    instrument for recording movements of the heart

    cardophagus

    donkey; something that eats thistles

    careen

    to turn a ship on its side in order to clean or repair it

    caret

    mark used to note an omission

    carfax

    carferal

    compound of carbon, iron and aluminum

    caricology

    study of sedges

    caricous

    of, like or pertaining to figs

    carillon

    set of bells of different sizes

    carinated

    shaped like the prow or keel of a ship

    cariniform

    keel-shaped

    carioca

    variation of the samba

    cariogenic

    causing dental cavities

    cariole

    light open carriage

    carious

    of, like or pertaining to dental cavities; decayed

    caritative

    generous; charitable

    caritive

    indicating lack of something

    carking

    imposing great hardship or strain

    carminative

    expelling, causing or relieving flatulence

    carnaptious

    bad-tempered; cantankerous

    carnassial

    specially adapted for eating flesh

    carneous

    fleshy; flesh-coloured; like or pertaining to flesh

    carnet

    customs or other permit; book of coupons

    carniferous

    bearing flesh; fleshy

    carnification

    conversion into flesh

    carnificial

    of, like or pertaining to butchers or executioners

    carnificine

    place of execution; office of the executioner

    carnose

    fleshy; of or like flesh

    caroche

    stately carriage used on ceremonial occasions

    carpal

    of, like or pertaining to the wrist

    carphology

    fitful plucking movements as in delirium

    carpogenous

    producing or bearing fruit

    carpology

    study of fruit

    carpophagous

    fruit-eating

    carriwitchet

    a quip or quibble; a pun; a conundrum

    carronade

    short and light maritime cannon

    cartiliginous

    like or composed of cartilage

    cartomancy

    telling fortunes using playing cards

    cartophily

    the hobby of collecting cigarette cards

    cartouche

    oval- or scroll-shaped ornamentation on monument or tomb

    cartulary

    keeper of monastic records

    carucate

    as much land as a team of oxen ploughs in a season

    caruncle

    any fleshy growth on the body

    caryatid

    column shaped like female p

    cascabel

    part behind the base-ring of a cannon

    caschrom

    spade with bent handle for tilling soil

    casefy

    to become or make cheese-like

    casemate

    bombproof chamber or armored compartment

    casern

    barrack or billet for soldiers

    cashmere

    soft twilled fabric made of fine goat’s wool

    cashmerette

    soft imitation of cashmere

    casquet

    light open-faced helmet

    casquetel

    light steel helmet with no visor

    cassation

    annulment; overthrow of legal decision

    cassideous

    helmet-shaped

    cassimere

    closely woven twilled cloth of fine wool

    cassock

    close-fitting ankle-length clergyman’s garment

    cassowary

    large flightless Melanesian bird

    castaneous

    chestnut-coloured

    castellan

    governor of castle or fortification

    castellar

    of, like or pertaining to a castle

    castellated

    having battlements or turrets

    castophrenia

    belief that one’s thoughts are being stolen

    castory

    brown colour; brown dye derived from beaver pelts

    castral

    of or belonging to the camp

    castrametation

    the art of designing a camp

    casualism

    the belief that chance governs all things

    casuistry

    plausible but flawed moral reasoning

    catabaptism

    belief in the wrongness of infant baptism

    catabasis

    the decline of a disease in a population

    catachresis

    incorrect usage of a word

    catachthonian

    underground; subterranean

    cataclasm

    disruption; breaking down

    catacoustics

    science of echoes or reflected sounds

    catadioptric

    employing both reflection and refraction of light

    catadromous

    migrating from fresh to salt water to spawn

    catafalque

    temporary tomb used in funerals and processions

    catalactic

    of, like or pertaining to exchange

    catalactics

    science of commercial exchange

    catalectic

    incomplete; missing final syllable

    catamite

    boy kept for homosexual purposes

    catamount

    any wild species of mountain lion or large cat

    catapedamania

    obsession with jumping from high places

    cataphract

    suit of mail; soldier in full armour; armoured ship

    cataphysical

    unnatural

    cataplasm

    plaster or poultice

    cataplexy

    condition feigning death used by animals

    catarolysis

    letting off steam by cursing

    catarrhine

    of, like or pertaining to Old World Monkeys

    catasta

    scaffold or stage for torture or selling slaves

    catastaltic

    astringent

    catastasis

    introductory part of speech where narrator introduces subject

    catastasis

    part of drama with highest action; climax

    catastrophism

    belief in rapid geological and biological change

    catchpole

    constable; sheriff’s officer

    catechectics

    the art of teaching by question and answer

    catechumen

    one undergoing instruction prior to conversion to Christianity

    catena

    series, chain or sequence

    catenarian

    of, like or pertaining to chains

    catenate

    to connect as in or by a chain

    cateran

    a Scottish military irregular or brigand

    cathead

    projection near the bow of a ship to which anchor is secured

    cathedra

    chair or throne of office for a bishop or other high official

    cathetometer

    instrument for measuring short vertical distances

    cathexis

    investment of emotional energy in a thought or idea

    cathisma

    short hymn used as response

    cathisophobia

    fear of sitting

    catholicon

    cure-all; panacea

    catholicos

    primate of Armenian or Nestorian church

    catogenic

    formed from above

    catoptric

    of, like or pertaining to reflection or reflected light

    catoptromancy

    pination by examining mirror placed underwater

    caudal

    of, like or pertaining to the tail

    caudiform

    tail-like; tail-shaped

    caudle

    warm drink given to the sick

    caul

    net or similar covering for the head; afterbirth

    cauliform

    shaped like or resembling a stem

    cauligenous

    originating on the stem of a plant

    caulotaxy

    disposition and location of branches on a stem

    cauponate

    to engage in questionable trade for the sake of gain

    causative

    indicating causation by

    causerie

    chat or gossip; short and informal essay

    causidical

    of, like or pertaining to those who plead legal cases

    causimancy

    pination by means of fire

    cautelous

    treacherous; cunning; wily; cautious

    cavaquinho

    four-stringed Brazilian ukulele

    cavatina

    short operatic air

    cavernicolous

    cave-dwelling

    caverniloquy

    cavernous voice of a patient heard over a patient’s lung cavity

    cavernulous

    full of small cavities or holes

    cavesson

    noseband for a horse

    cavicorn

    hollow-horned

    cavil

    to raise trivial and frivolous objections

    cebocephalic

    having a head shaped like a monkey’s

    cecils

    minced meat made into balls and fried

    cecutiency

    a tendency toward blindness

    cedilla

    mark placed under letter c to indicate pronunciation as s

    ceilometer

    instrument for measuring height of cloud ceiling above earth

    celadon

    pale green; pale green glazed pottery

    celesta

    keyboard instrument with hammers that strike on steel plates

    celidography

    descriptions of markings on the sun, a planet or moon

    cella

    inner chamber of a classical temple

    cellarer

    monastery official in charge of provisions

    cellaret

    case or drawer for holding wine bottles

    celliferous

    bearing cells

    celluliferous

    bearing little cells

    celt

    phistoric bevelled-edge axe

    celtuce

    lettuce with an edible stalk

    cementatory

    having the quality of binding or uniting firmly

    cementum

    hard tissue covering roots of teeth

    cenacle

    meeting or dining room; group with common interests

    cenacle

    room where the Last Supper was eaten

    cenatory

    of, like or pertaining to supper

    cendal

    silk fabric resembling taffeta

    ceneromancy

    pination using ashes

    cenobite

    monk; member of religious group

    cenoby

    monastery or convent

    cenophobia

    fear of empty spaces

    cenote

    deep natural well

    censer

    vessel for burning incense in religious rituals

    centesimal

    counting or counted by hundreds or hundredths

    centiloquy

    work consisting of one hundred aphorisms, attributed to Ptolemy

    centner

    old unit of weight equal to about 110 pounds

    cento

    patchwork composition; collection of short quotations

    centrobaric

    of, like or pertaining to the centre of gravity

    cep

    brown edible mushroom

    cepaceous

    smelling or tasting of garlic or onion

    cephalate

    having a head

    cephaligation

    placing of major organs and bodily functions in the head

    cephalonomancy

    pination by boiling an ass head

    cephalophore

    decapitated saint depicted with head tucked under arm

    cephalopod

    creature with tentacles or limbs attached to head

    cepivorous

    onion-eating

    ceraceous

    resembling wax

    ceramography

    historical description of types of pottery

    cerated

    covered with wax

    ceratoid

    shaped like a horn; horny

    ceraunograph

    instrument for recording thunder and lightning

    ceraunomancy

    pination using thunderbolts

    ceraunoscopy

    pination using lightning

    cerberic

    vigilant; dragon-like; like Cerberus

    cercopithecan

    of, like or pertaining to long-tailed monkeys

    cercus

    tail-like appendage

    cerebration

    unconscious action of the brain

    cerements

    clothes placed on a deceased inpidual

    cerge

    large wax candle burned before the altar

    ceriferous

    producing wax

    cerise

    bright reddish-pink

    cernuous

    drooping or hanging

    cerography

    writing or printing on plates spad with wax

    ceromancy

    pination by means of wax drippings

    ceroscopy

    pination using wax

    certes

    in truth; certainly

    cerulean

    sky-blue; dark blue

    ceruminiferous

    bearing or yielding ear wax

    cervelat

    short bassoon-like instrument

    cervelat

    smoked pork sausage

    cervelliere

    steel cap worn under a great helm

    cervicide

    killing of a deer

    cervicorn

    branching like antlers

    cervine

    of, pertaining to or resembling deer, elk or moose

    cervisial

    of, like or pertaining or pertaining to beer

    cespitous

    composed of or resembling turf

    cessionary

    someone to which something is ceded

    cetacean

    type of aquatic mammal, including whales and dolphins

    cete

    collective name for a group of badgers

    ceticide

    killing of whales and other cetaceans

    cetology

    study of whales and dolphins

    cevesaile

    ornamental corner of a coat

    chaconne

    Spanish baroque dance in triple time

    chad

    bits of paper punched out of paper tape or cards

    chaetiferous

    bearing bristles; bristly

    chaetophorous

    in need of a shave

    chaffer

    to bargain or haggle

    chain

    unit of length equal to 22 yards

    chaise

    light open carriage for one or two people

    chalcography

    the art of engraving on copper or brass

    chalcotriptics

    art of taking rubbings from ornamental brasses

    chaldron

    old unit of dry volume equal to between 32 and 72 bushels

    challis

    soft lightweight silk, wool or cotton fabric

    chalypsography

    art of engraving on steel

    chambranle

    decoration around a door frame or fireplace

    chambray

    lightweight fabric with coloured warp and white filling

    chambré

    wine kept at room temperature

    chamfer

    to channel or make furrows upon; to bevel

    chamfrain

    piece of leather to protect a war horse’s face

    chamois

    cotton fabric made in imitation of chamois leather

    chamois

    goatlike antelope of mountainous regions of Europe

    champaign

    level countryside or plain

    champerty

    illegal contract to finance a lawsuit for a percentage fee

    chancel

    part of church containing altar and seats for choir

    chancery

    church office dealing with legal matters and archives

    chandelle

    sharp upward turn in aviation

    chantage

    blackmail to pvent exposure of scandalous facts

    chanter

    part of bagpipes on which the melody is played

    chantry

    chapel or altar built for prayers for its benefactor’s soul

    chaology

    the study of chaos or chaos theory

    chaomancy

    pination by examining phenomena of the air

    chapbook

    small independently produced popular book

    chaplet

    chaptalize

    to add extra sugar to wine to raise alcohol content

    charabanc

    open tourist coach

    characterology

    study of development of character

    charientism

    expssion of an unpleasant thing in an agreeable manner; euphemism

    charivari

    cacophonous mock-serenade performed for wedding

    chark

    to burn wood to charcoal

    Charleston

    fast-paced 1920s dance characterized by energetic kicking

    charmante

    silk fabric with a crepe back

    charmeuse

    soft and satiny silk fabric

    charnel

    room where corpses are placed

    charnel

    hinge of a helmet for the visor

    charpie

    shredded lint used to dress wounds

    charterhouse

    Carthusian monastic building

    chartreuse

    yellow-green colour

    chary

    discreetly cautious or sparing

    chasmogamy

    opening of a flower in order to be fertilized

    chasmophile

    lover of nooks and crannies

    chasmophilous

    fond of nooks, crevices and crannies

    chasseur

    hunter; liveried hotel attendant

    chasuble

    sleeveless ecclesiastical garment

    chatelaine

    female castle owner, manager or caretaker

    chatelaine

    ring attached to belt for carrying keys

    chaton

    setting or stone of a finger-ring

    chatoyant

    with a changing lustre; iridescent

    chauffer

    small furnace

    chausses

    mail coverings for the lower legs and feet

    chaussures

    general name for boots and shoes; footwear

    cheiloplasty

    plastic surgery on the lip

    cheiloproclitic

    attracted to lips

    cheliferous

    bearing pincers or claws

    cheliform

    shaped like a pincer

    chelonian

    of, like or pertaining to tortoises or turtles

    chenille

    velvety silk, wool or cotton fabric with protruding pile

    chernozem

    black earth typically found in cool grassland climates

    chevalet

    bridge of a stringed instrument

    chevaster

    double bandage for supporting chin in case of broken jaw

    chevelure

    nebulous part of a comet

    cheverel

    soft; flexible kidskin leather

    chevet

    east end of a church

    cheville

    unnecessary word used to extend line of verse

    cheviot

    coarse heavy plain or twilled wool or worsted

    chevisance

    resource; achievement; gain

    chevrotain

    small deer-like mammal

    chevrotain

    small cloven-footed deerlike animal of southeast Asia

    chiaroscuro

    juxtaposition of light and shade in artwork or literature

    chiasmus

    contrast by parallelism in reverse order

    chicanery

    clever but misleading talk; deception

    chiffon

    sheer silk fabric

    chiffonier

    chest of drawers

    chignon

    knot or roll of hair worn at the back of the head

    chilgoza

    edible pine seed

    chiliahedron

    one-thousand sided solid p

    chiliarchy

    government by one thousand people

    chiliasm

    belief that Jesus will reign on Earth for a thousand years

    chiliastic

    millenarian

    chiliomb

    sacrifice of one thousand animals

    chilopod

    multi-legged insect

    chimere

    loose sleeveless robes worn by Anglican bishops

    chimerical

    imaginary; fanciful

    chiminage

    toll paid for going through a forest

    chinamania

    obsession with collecting china

    chine

    backbone and adjoining flesh of an animal

    chine

    the intersection of the middle and sides of a boat

    chino

    strong twilled cotton cloth

    chintz

    glazed printed cotton fabric

    chionablepsia

    snow blindness

    chiral

    of, like or pertaining to the hand or handedness

    chirality

    chemical property of structural handedness

    chirm

    collective term for goldfinches

    chirocosmetics

    beautifying the hands; art of manicure

    chirocracy

    government by physical force

    chirognomy

    pination by studying the hands

    chirograph

    written or signed document

    chirography

    study of handwriting or penmanship

    chirogymnast

    finger exercise machine for pianists

    chirology

    study of the hands

    chiromancy

    pination by means of palmistry

    chironomy

    gesticulation or mime

    chiropody

    medical science of feet

    chiropractic

    treatment of disorders of the locomotor system and spinal column

    chiropterophilous

    pollinated or frequented by bats

    chirosophy

    knowledge of palm-reading

    chirospasm

    writer’s cramp

    chirotony

    election by a show of hands

    chiru

    straight-horned Tibetan antelope

    chital

    Indian spotted deer

    chitarrone

    long double-necked lute

    chlamydate

    having a mantle or hood

    chlamys

    horseman’s loose cloak

    chlorochrous

    green-coloured

    chlorometer

    instrument for measuring amount of chlorine in a solution

    choanoid

    shaped like a funnel

    chock

    metal casting with curved arms for passing ropes for mooring ship

    choga

    loose Afghan dressing-gown

    cholelithiasis

    production of gall stones

    choliamb

    verse with an iambus in the fifth place and a spondee in the sixth

    cholic

    of, like or pertaining to bile

    chômage

    work stoppage or slump

    chondrogenesis

    production of cartilage

    chondroid

    like or resembling cartilage

    choragus

    leader of a choir or organizer of musical festivals

    chordee

    painful, downward-curving erection of the penis

    choreomania

    dancing mania or frenzy

    chorepiscopal

    of, like or pertaining to an early local bishop

    choreutic

    of, like or pertaining to a chorus

    chorisis

    multiplication of parts by branching or splitting

    chorizont

    one who disputes identity of authorship

    chorographer

    one who maps or describes a region

    chorography

    written work or treatise on a region or district

    chorology

    science of the geographic description of anything

    chorometry

    land surveying

    chouse

    to cheat; to swindle

    chrematistic

    of, like or pertaining to the pursuit of wealth or to business

    chrematistics

    the study of wealth; political economy

    chrematophobia

    fear of money

    chreotechnics

    useful or practical trades or arts

    chrestomathic

    of, like or pertaining to useful knowledge

    chrestomathy

    anthology of passages used in learning languages

    chrism

    consecrated or holy oil

    chrismation

    sacrament of baptism in Eastern churches

    chrismatory

    vessel for holding holy oil

    chrisom

    white robe put on newly baptised child

    chrisomalis

    the loser who wrote this damn list

    Christolatry

    worship of Christ

    christophany

    appearance of Christ to men

    chromatism

    psence of abnormal coloration

    chromatocracy

    government by rulers of a particular skin colour

    chromatograph

    instrument for performing chromatographic separations

    chromatoptometer

    instrument measuring eyes’ sensitivity to colour

    chromolithography

    art of printing in colour using stone

    chromophilous

    staining easily

    chromoxylography

    art of printing in colour using wood

    chronobiology

    study of biological rhythms

    chronogram

    inscription whose letters form a Roman numeral date

    chronograph

    instrument for recording the moment of an event

    chronography

    writing or written work describing chronological events

    chronomancy

    pination by means of time

    chronopher

    electrical instrument for transmitting time signals

    chronoscope

    instrument for measuring very short time intervals

    chronostichon

    chronogrammatic line or stanza

    chronosynchronicity

    psentation of all stages of a person’s life in a single piece of art

    chryselephantine

    inlaid with gold and ivory

    chrysoaristocracy

    government by the wealthy; plutocracy

    chrysochlorous

    greenish-gold

    chrysocracy

    government by the wealthy; plutocracy

    chrysography

    writing in gold or silver letters

    chrysology

    study of pcious metals

    chrysophilist

    gold-lover

    chrysopoetics

    transmutation of substances into gold

    chrystocrene

    rock formation resembling glacier

    chthonian

    of, like or pertaining to the earth or the underworld

    chthonography

    written description of soils

    chthonophagia

    eating dirt

    chuckwalla

    herbivorous desert-dwelling lizard

    churching

    church ceremony given to women after childbirth

    churchism

    devotion to church rules over religious pcepts

    chyle

    milky fluid secreted into blood by small intestine

    chyliferous

    bearing chyle

    chyme

    partially digested food

    chymiferous

    bearing chyme

    chyp

    mixture of resins used in making perfume

    cibarious

    of, like or pertaining to food; useful for food

    cibation

    taking food; feeding

    cibophobia

    fear of or distaste for food

    ciborium

    freestanding canopy to cover altar; vessel for holding eucharistic bread

    cicatrization

    scarification; production of marks upon

    cicerone

    guide; tour guide

    cicisbeo

    male companion of a married woman

    ciconine

    of, like or pertaining to storks

    cilice

    haircloth shirt worn as penance

    cillosis

    spasm or twitch in the upper eyelid

    cimelia

    treasures in storage

    cimeliarch

    church vestry or treasury

    cimicide

    substance used to kill bed-bugs

    cimier

    crest of helmet; removable heraldic device or favour of courtly love

    cincture

    to gird or surround; belt worn around ecclesiastical vestment

    cineast

    one who takes artistic interest in motion pictures

    cinerarium

    container for cremated ashes

    cinerary

    of, like or pertaining to ashes

    cinerious

    ashen; ash-grey

    cingular

    shaped like a girdle or ring

    cingulum

    girdle or girdle-like structure; priest’s belt

    cinnabar

    red crystalline mercuric sulfide pigment; deep red or scarlet colour

    cinque-pace

    lively medieval dance with five steps

    ciplinarian

    one who teaches disorder

    cipolin

    white marble streaked with green

    cippus

    small column used to mark burial location

    circadian

    occurring every 24 hours

    circinate

    ring-shaped; rolled inwards; spiralling

    circuity

    motion in a roundabout course

    circumambagious

    roundabout in speech

    circumambient

    going round about; encompassing

    circumaviate

    to fly around

    circumbendibus

    a roundabout way or expssion

    circumcrescent

    growing around; above or over

    circumduct

    to cause to revolve around an imaginary axis

    circumflex

    accent mark placed above vowel to indicate sound change

    circumforaneous

    wandering about as from market to market

    circumforentor

    surveyor’s instrument used to measure angles

    circumfulgent

    shining about or around

    circumfuse

    to pour around or about

    circumincession

    the reciprocal existence of three parts of the Trinity in each other

    circumjacent

    bordering on every side

    circumlittoral

    around or near the shore

    circumpose

    to place around

    circumvallate

    to surround with a rampart or fortification

    circumvolution

    anything winding or sinuous

    cire

    fabric with a glazed finish

    cirrate

    having tendrils

    cirriped

    barnacle or other parasitic crustacean

    ciselure

    the art of chasing metal

    cismarine

    on this or the near side of the ocean

    cismontane

    on this or the near side of the mountains

    cispontine

    on this or the near side of a bridge

    cist

    tomb consisting of stone chest covered with stone slabs

    cisvestism

    wearing strange or inappropriate clothes

    cithara

    ancient Greek musical instrument like a lyre

    citigrade

    moving quickly

    citreous

    lemon-coloured; lemony

    citrine

    dark greenish-yellow

    cittosis

    abnormal desire for strange foods

    civet

    long-tailed catlike carnivorous mammal with musk glands

    cladistics

    taxonomic theory distinguishing by common ancestor

    cladogenesis

    origin and evolution as if branching from common ancestor

    cladoptosis

    annual shedding of twigs and branches

    cladose

    branching; branched

    clamant

    loud; insistent; urgent

    clangor

    loud ringing noise or clang

    claptrap

    showy language designed to gain praise; nonsense

    claque

    group of hired applauders or sycophants

    clarence

    four-wheeled carriage

    clarigate

    to declare war formally

    classis

    a group; governing body of Reformed churches

    clastic

    able to be disassembled into its component parts

    clatfart

    idle chatter; nonsense

    clathrate

    shaped like a net or lattice

    clathrose

    marked with latticed lines or grooves

    claudent

    closing; ending; confining

    claudication

    limpness; cramp-like pain

    claustral

    cloistral; secluded; narrow-minded

    claustration

    the act of shutting in a cloister

    claustrophobia

    fear of closed spaces

    clavichord

    old keyboard stringed instrument

    clavicylinder

    square keyboard instrument whose sound produced from a glass cylinder

    clavicymbal

    old name for a harpsichord

    claviform

    in the shape of a club

    clavigerous

    club-bearing

    clavigerous

    keeping keys

    claviole

    keyed string instrument

    clavis

    key; glossary; index; legend

    cledonism

    circumlocution used to avoid speaking unlucky words

    cleidomancy

    pination using keys

    cleithral

    completely roofed over

    clepsydra

    instrument which measures time by trickling water

    clerestory

    upper storey of a church; windows near the roof of a building

    clerihew

    jingle summing up person’s life in two couplets

    clerisy

    scholars and educated people as a class

    cleromancy

    pination using dice

    cleronomy

    inheritance

    clevis

    U-shaped fastener with pin used to close the open end

    clew

    corner of sail with hole to attach ropes

    clientage

    the whole number of one’s clients

    climacophobia

    fear of falling down stairs

    climacteric

    critical time in a person’s life; any critical turning point

    climatarchic

    psiding over a climate or region of the earth

    climatography

    description of the climate of a region

    clinamen

    inclination; bias; pjudice

    clinkstone

    type of igneous rock that rings when struck

    clinology

    study of aging or inpidual decline after maturity

    clinomania

    excessive desire to stay in bed

    clinometer

    instrument used to measure slopes and elevations

    clinophilia

    passion for beds

    clinophobia

    fear of staying in bed

    clinquant

    tinselly; glittering

    cliometrics

    the application of statistics in economic history

    clitellum

    raised band encircling an earthworm’s body

    clithridiate

    shaped like a keyhole

    clitter

    to make a shrill rattling noise

    cloaca

    sewer; toilet; cesspool of moral filth

    clochard

    tramp; vagrant; hobo

    cloison

    partition; piding band

    clonic

    spasmodic; occasional; irregular

    cloque

    fabric with an embossed design

    cloture

    means of ending legislative debate

    clou

    main point of interest; dominant idea

    clough

    ravine; trench; gully

    clove

    old weight of seven to ten pounds for wool or cheese

    clowder

    collective term for cats

    clupeoid

    like or resembling a herring

    clypeate

    shaped like a buckler

    clysmian

    of, like or pertaining to or caused by flood

    cnemial

    of, like, or pertaining to the tibia (shin-bone)

    cnicnode

    point where tangents form a cone of the second order

    cnidarian

    of, like, or pertaining to invertebrates such as jellyfish and anemones

    coacervate

    to heap; to cause to mass together

    coadjument

    mutual assistance

    coadjutor

    bishop assisting a diocesan bishop and having the right of succession

    coadunate

    to unite; to combine

    coagment

    to join or cement together

    coalize

    to bring into coalition

    coaming

    raised edge around ship’s hatches to keep water out

    coaptation

    joining or fitting together

    coarctation

    constriction

    cobaltiferous

    bearing cobalt

    coburg

    thin single-twilled worsted fabric with cotton or silk

    cocarde

    emblem on airplane’s wing indicating its nationality

    cocciferous

    bearing or yielding berries

    cochlear

    anything spiral-shaped; twisted spirally

    cockalorum

    boastful and self-important person

    cockamamie

    ridiculous; incredible

    cocker

    to pamper; to indulge

    cocket

    official shipping seal; customs clearance form

    cockloft

    small room just under the roof

    cockshy

    object of criticism or ridicule

    cocotte

    prostitute; a flirt or tease

    coctile

    baked; hardened by fire

    codicil

    supplement to a will

    codicology

    study of manuscripts

    codon

    mouth of a trumpet or bell

    codswallop

    something utterly senseless; nonsense

    coehorn

    small mortar for throwing grenades

    coelacanth

    lobe-finned fish long thought to be extinct

    coeliac

    of, like or pertaining to the abdomen

    coelom

    body cavity; abdomen

    coemption

    purchase of the entire supply of a commodity

    coenaculous

    fond of dining; relishing food; especially suppers

    coenaesthesis

    sensation

    coercimeter

    instrument for measuring coercive force

    coetaneous

    of the same age; coeval

    coeval

    of the same length of time; having the same duration

    cofferdam

    coffle

    gang of slaves tied together

    coffret

    small coffer; psentation box

    cog

    single-masted, square-sailed ship with raised stern

    cogent

    convincing; compelling

    cogitabund

    meditative; engaged in deep thought

    cohyponym

    word which is one of multiple hyponyms of another word

    coinstantaneous

    simultaneous; at the same time

    col

    depssion or pass in a mountain range

    coleopterology

    study of beetles and weevils

    coliform

    resembling or shaped like a sieve

    collectanea

    collection of passages; miscellany

    collectic

    adhesive; sticky

    collectivism

    doctrine of communal control of means of production

    collegialism

    theory that church is independent from the state

    colliform

    shaped like or resembling a neck

    colligation

    bringing or binding together; conjunction

    collimation

    making parallel; adjusting to put into line

    colliquation

    the process of melting or wasting away

    collocation

    the placing of things together

    collogue

    to converse confidentially; to conspire with

    colloquy

    speaking together; mutual discourse

    colluctation

    strife; opposition

    colluvies

    accumulated filth; foul discharge

    collyrium

    eye lotion or ointment

    colobus

    long-tailed African monkey

    colocolo

    wild South American cat

    colonnade

    row of evenly spaced column or trees

    colonoscope

    instrument for viewing the colon

    colophon

    publisher’s emblem or inscription in a book

    colorimeter

    instrument for measuring and determining color

    colostrum

    mother’s first milk

    colporteur

    peddler of religious tracts and books

    colposcope

    instrument for viewing the neck of the uterus

    colubriform

    shaped like a snake

    colubrine

    like a snake; cunning; of, like or pertaining to snakes

    columbaceous

    of, like or pertaining to doves or pigeons

    columbarium

    a structure of vaults lined with recesses

    columbine

    of or like a dove; dove-coloured

    columella

    fleshy part of nose that separates nostrils

    colure

    celestial circle that intersects another at the poles

    colytic

    restraining; pventative

    comb

    ridge atop a helmet

    comburent

    burning; causing combustion

    comburivorous

    consuming by fire

    comedogenic

    comephorous

    bearing or having hair; hairy

    cometography

    scientific description of comets

    cometology

    study of comets

    comitative

    indicating accompaniment

    comitatus

    band of warriors who escort a prince; a county or shire

    comity

    courteousness; civility

    commatic

    pided into short lines; pided with commas

    commination

    threatening; denunciation

    comminute

    to reduce or break into minute particles

    commis

    assistant; deputy; appntice

    commissure

    joint; joining surface

    commonalty

    common people; the general populace

    commonefaction

    act of reminding or admonishing

    commonition

    warning; cautioning

    commonitive

    serving as a reminder

    commorant

    resident of an institution

    commorient

    dying together

    commove

    to excite; to put into motion; to disturb

    comose

    having tufts of hair; tufted; hairy

    compaginate

    to join; to connect

    companionway

    stairs from upper deck of ship to lower deck

    compaternity

    spiritual relationship between child’s parents and godparents

    compeer

    one who is equal in rank; a companion

    compellation

    the act of addressing someone

    compellative

    indicating address or appellation; vocative

    compendious

    concise but comphensive

    comper

    one who habitually enters many competitions

    comperendinate

    to delay or defer

    compital

    complaisant

    wishing to please others; obliging

    complect

    to embrace; to interweave

    complicant

    overlapping

    compline

    prayer service held just before bedtime

    complot

    to plot or conspire

    comport

    a dish with a stemmed base for serving desserts

    compossible

    possible in coexistence with something else

    compotation

    an act of carousing in company

    compcation

    prayer meeting

    compunction

    regret; remorse

    compurgation

    clearing an accused person by means of oaths

    compusion

    wrinkling one’s face

    comstockery

    censorship of lewd and salacious material

    conation

    mental effort towards a goal, desire, purpose

    conative

    of, like or pertaining to purposeful action or desire

    conatus

    a natural impulse or tendency

    concameration

    vaulting

    concelebrate

    to jointly recite the canon of the Eucharist in unison with others

    concent

    a harmony or concord of sounds or voices

    conceptualism

    theory that universal truths exist as mental concepts

    concertina

    accordion-like instrument with two sets of keys

    concetto

    ingenious expssion; witticism

    conchiferous

    bearing a shell

    conchiform

    shaped like a shell

    conchology

    study of shells

    conchomancy

    pination using shells

    conchyliferous

    bearing a shell

    conciliabule

    secret meeting of conspirators

    concinnity

    harmony; congruity; elegance

    concipient

    conceiving

    concision

    schism; separation; pision

    conclamation

    a shout of many voices together

    concolorate

    having the same colour on both sides

    concomitant

    accompanying

    concordat

    agreement between the pope and a secular government

    concresce

    to grow together; coalesce

    concrew

    to grow together

    concubitant

    of a suitable age for marriage

    concupiscence

    strong desire, appetite or lust

    condign

    well-deserved; fitting; appropriate

    confabulate

    to chat; to invent past experiences

    confelicitous

    taking pleasure in others’ happiness

    conferva

    green algae that floats on surface of stagnant water

    confirmand

    candidate for religious confirmation

    confiteor

    prayer of confession of sins

    conflate

    blend or fuse together

    conformative

    indicating resemblance; similative

    confute

    to disprove or overcome through argument

    congee

    permission to depart; dismissal; discharge

    congelation

    act of freezing something into a solid state

    congener

    something of the same kind or nature

    congeries

    aggregation; collection

    congiary

    gift distributed amongst the people or soldiers

    conglobate

    shaped like a small ball or globe

    conglobe

    to gather together into a globe or round mass

    conglutinate

    to glue or join together

    coniaker

    coin counterfeiter

    coniferous

    bearing cones

    conification

    making conical or pyramidal in shape

    connate

    congenitally or firmly united

    connubial

    of, like or pertaining to marriage

    connumerate

    to count together

    consciuncle

    pedantic or hair-splitting conscience

    consectary

    deduction; conclusion or corollary; consequent

    consecution

    logical sequence or progression of an argument

    consenescence

    state of general decay

    consentaneous

    accordant or agreeable; consistent

    consentient

    unanimous; of one accord

    consequentialism

    doctrine that morality of actions is determined by their consequences

    consilience

    concurrence; coincidence

    consilient

    having common inferences drawn from different pmises

    consistory

    a solemn assembly or council; a church tribunal

    consociate

    to ally or associate

    conspecies

    different species that are part of the same genus

    conspectus

    comphensive survey; synopsis; summary

    conspue

    to despise; to abhor; to loathe

    conspurcation

    defilement

    constative

    capable of being true or false

    constellate

    to cluster; to compel by stellar influence

    constringe

    to draw together; to cause to contract or shrink

    constructivism

    belief that knowledge and reality do not have an objective value

    consuetude

    custom; familiarity

    consuetudinary

    book of customs, traditions and principles

    consultor

    contabescent

    wasting away; atrophied

    contect

    to cover or overlay

    contemn

    to despise or scorn

    contemnor

    one found guilty of contempt of court

    contemper

    to blend together; to adapt

    contenement

    property necessary to maintain one’s station

    contesseration

    forming a union by breaking a tablet as token

    contextualism

    doctrine that context is essential to establishing meaning

    contignation

    joining together of timber

    contline

    space between casks or strands of rope

    contorniate

    having a groove around the edge

    contorno

    contour or outline

    contractile

    having the power or property of contracting

    contradistinguish

    to distinguish by contrasting qualities

    contrahent

    a contracting party

    contrail

    condensation trail

    contranatant

    swimming upstream

    contraplex

    having messages passing both ways simultaneously

    contraposition

    opposition; contrast

    contrariant

    opposed or acting contrary to; one who is opposed to something

    contraterrene

    opposite in character to earthly or terrestrial

    contravallation

    fortification built around besieged place

    contredanse

    folk dance in which two lines of couples face each other

    contretemps

    embarrassing occurrence; mishap

    contriturate

    to pulverize

    contubernal

    living together in the same tent; cohabiting

    contumacious

    stubborn; obstinate; opposing lawful authority

    contumely

    insolence; a scornful insult

    contumulation

    lying in the same tomb as another

    conurbation

    city surrounded by many urban areas

    conure

    tropical parrot-like bird of Central and South America

    convenances

    what is suitable or proper; the required proprieties

    conventicle

    secret or illegal church assembly

    convicinity

    neighbourhood

    convolve

    to roll together

    copacetic

    very satisfactory; fine

    coparcenary

    joint heirship or ownership

    coprolalia

    pathological use of obscene language

    coprolith

    ball of hardened feces

    coprology

    study of pornography

    copromania

    obsession with feces

    coprophagous

    eating feces

    coprophemia

    obscene language

    coprophilia

    abnormal love or fondness for feces

    coprostatis

    constipation

    copyhold

    land tenure dependent on will of the lord of the manor

    coquelicot

    brilliant red; poppy red

    coquicide

    killing of a cook

    coquillage

    shell-like decoration

    coracoid

    shaped like a crow’s beak

    coralliferous

    bearing coral

    coralligenous

    producing coral

    coram

    in the psence of; before

    corban

    offering to God in fulfilment of a vow

    corbeau

    blackish green

    corbeil

    basket filled with earth used as a missile

    corbel

    bracket or projection from the face of a wall

    corbiculate

    like a small basket

    cordage

    ropes in the rigging of a ship

    cordiform

    heart-shaped

    cordovan

    soft goatskin leather

    corf

    miner’s basket, trolley or wagon

    coriaceous

    having a leathery appearance; consisting, of, like or pertaining to leather

    corm

    swollen subterranean part of a stem

    cornet

    military rank of horn-bearer or standard-bearer

    cornice

    moulding at the junction of ceiling and walls

    corniculate

    horn-shaped; horned

    cornific

    producing or forming horns

    corniform

    shaped like a horn

    coronach

    funeral dirge

    coronagraph

    instrument for viewing the corona of the sun

    coronoid

    shaped like a beak

    corpocracy

    government by corporate bureaucrats

    corporal

    white cloth on which Communion bread and wine are placed

    corposant

    St. Elmo’s fire or similar electrical discharge

    corrade

    to wear away through the action of loose solids

    correption

    shortening in pronunciation

    corrigendum

    something which requires correction

    corrivate

    to cause to flow together

    corrody

    right of lord to demand free lodging from vassal

    corsetier

    corset maker

    corslet

    armour for the torso

    cortege

    train of attendants; procession

    cortinate

    like a cobweb

    coruscate

    to sparkle; to throw off flashes of light

    corvette

    highly manoeuvrable armed escort ship

    corviform

    shaped like a crow

    corvine

    crow-like; of, like or pertaining to crows or ravens

    corybantic

    wildly excited; frenzied

    coryphaeus

    spokesman; leader of a chorus

    coscinomancy

    pination using a sieve and a pair of shears

    cosher

    to live on dependents

    cosmarchy

    rulership over the entire world, esp. by the devil

    cosmetology

    study of cosmetics

    cosmism

    belief that the cosmos is a self-existing whole

    cosmocrat

    ruler of the world

    cosmogenic

    produced by interaction of cosmic rays with earth’s surface

    cosmogony

    theory of the origin of the universe

    cosmography

    description of the universe or cosmos

    cosmolatry

    worship of the world

    cosmoplastic

    moulding or shaping the universe

    cosmorama

    a view of different parts of the world

    cosmosophy

    knowledge of the cosmos

    cosmotellurian

    of, like or pertaining to both heaven and earth

    cosmotheism

    the belief that identifies God with the cosmos

    cosset

    to fondle or pamper

    costal

    of, like or pertaining to the ribs

    costive

    affected with or causing constipation

    coteau

    uplands; higher ground of a region

    cotehardie

    medieval long close-fitting garment with tight sleeves

    coterie

    a social or literary circle

    cothurnal

    of, like or pertaining to tragedy

    coticular

    of, like or pertaining to whetstones

    cotillion

    elaborate ballroom dance with frequent changes of partner

    cotquean

    man who does women’s work

    cotta

    short surplice worn over a cassock

    cottar

    medieval peasant inhabiting a cottage

    cottonocracy

    government by those involved in the cotton trade

    cotyliform

    disc-shaped with a raised rim

    couchant

    in heraldry, an animal lying on its belly with head lifted

    couchee

    evening reception

    coulée

    steep and dry gully

    coulombmeter

    instrument for measuring electric charge

    coulometer

    instrument measuring amount of substance released in electrolysis

    coulrophobia

    fear of clowns

    coulter

    iron cutter in front of a ploughshare

    countenance

    approve of; condone; encourage

    counterblast

    a defiant pronouncement or denunciation

    counterfoil

    part of ticket or cheque retained by giver

    countermand

    to revoke an order by a contrary order

    counterphobic

    seeking out situation that is feared

    counterscarp

    narrow earth band on the outer wall of a defensive ditch

    coupe

    four-wheeled closed horse-drawn carriage

    courante

    quick Italian baroque dance involving running steps

    couter

    armor for the elbow

    couvade

    symptoms of pgnancy suffered by the father

    couveuse

    incubator for babies

    cowcat

    person whose function is to occupy space

    coxcomb

    foolishly vain or conceited man

    coypu

    large aquatic South American rodent

    cozen

    to coax or deceive by trickery

    crackjaw

    hard to pronounce

    crambo

    game in which rhyme must be found for given word

    crampon

    boot-spike for rock and ice climbing

    craniometer

    instrument for measuring the skull

    crapehanger

    pessimist

    crapulent

    physically ill through overeating or overdrinking

    craquelure

    fine cracking that appears in old paintings

    crash

    coarse drapery and towelling fabric

    crasis

    blending; melding two vowels into a diphthong

    crassilingual

    having a thick tongue

    crassitude

    state of being coarse, gross or crass

    crateriform

    cup-shaped

    cratometer

    instrument for measuring power of magnification

    creancer

    guardian or mentor

    creant

    creating; formative

    creatic

    of, like or pertaining to flesh

    creatophagous

    carnivorous; flesh-eating

    credal

    of, like or pertaining to a creed

    credence

    small table for holding sacred vessels

    credenda

    things to be believed

    credenza

    credence table or shelf; a sideboard

    credo

    concise statement of doctrine; section of Mass followed by offertory

    cremaillere

    zigzag line of fortification

    cremaster

    muscle by which the testicles are suspended

    cremnophobia

    fear of cliffs and pcipices

    crenel

    open space on a parapet used for launching projectiles at enemies

    crenellated

    notched; having battlements

    crenitic

    of, like or pertaining to mineral springs

    creophagous

    flesh-eating; carnivorous

    crepance

    sore on a horse’s hind ankle-joint

    crepe

    light crinkled fabric

    crepehanger

    pessimist; gloomy person

    crepitate

    to crackle; to snap; to rattle

    crepon

    heavy crepe fabric with lengthwise crinkles

    crepuscular

    of, like or pertaining to twilight

    crescive

    growing; increasing

    crescograph

    instrument for measuring the growth of plants

    cresset

    iron basket for burning oil to provide light

    cretaceous

    of or resembling chalk; of a whitish colour

    cretify

    to change into calcium or lime; to fossilize

    cretonne

    heavy cotton or linen cloth

    crewel

    fine worsted yarn used in tapestry

    criant

    garish; discordantly coloured

    cribble

    to decorate wood or metal with small dots or punctures

    cribriform

    shaped like a sieve

    cribrous

    perforated or punctured like a sieve

    criminogenic

    causing crime

    criminology

    study of crime; criminals

    crinal

    of or related to the hair

    crinet

    armour for the top and sides of a horse’s neck

    cringle

    loop at corner of sail to which a line is attached

    crinoline

    stiff flax or cotton fabric

    criophore

    sculpture of a man carrying a ram

    crista

    ridge or fold resembling a crest

    crithomancy

    pination by strewing meal over sacrifices

    criticaster

    inferior or petty critic

    critomancy

    pination using viands and cakes

    croceate

    saffron-coloured

    croche

    knob at top of a deer’s horn

    cromlech

    phistoric stone circle

    cromnyomancy

    pination using onions

    croquinole

    curling of one’s hair with curling iron

    crosier

    pastoral staff or crook held by bishop or abbot

    crosslet

    small cross with crossed arms used as heraldic bearing

    crosstrees

    horizontal crosspieces at a masthead used to support ship’s mast

    crotal

    small spherical bell

    crotaline

    of, like or pertaining to rattlesnakes

    crotchet

    square bracket

    croze

    groove in the staves of a cask

    crubeen

    term for pig’s feet as food

    cruciferous

    bearing a cross

    cruciform

    cross-shaped

    cruentation

    leaking or oozing of blood from dead body

    cruet

    vessel used in religious ceremonies, especially to hold the Eucharist

    cruive

    pen or sty for animals

    crupper

    strap of saddle that passes beneath horse’s tail; armour for horse’s flanks

    crural

    of or belonging to the leg

    cruset

    goldsmith’s crucible

    crwth

    Welsh six-stringed instrument played with a bow

    cryobiology

    study of life under cold conditions

    cryometer

    instrument for measuring low temperatures

    cryoscope

    instrument for determining freezing points of substances

    cryptadia

    things to be kept hidden

    cryptaesthetic

    of, like or pertaining to supranormal perception

    cryptarchy

    secret rulership

    cryptodynamic

    having secret or hidden power

    cryptogenic

    of unknown origin

    cryptotype

    an implicit and specific rule of language use

    cryptous

    of, like or pertaining to crypts

    crystallogenesis

    production of crystals

    crystallography

    study and classification of crystals

    crystallomancy

    pination by means of clear objects

    crystalomancy

    pination using a crystal globe

    ctetology

    study of the inheritance of acquired characteristics

    cubation

    act of lying down or reclining

    cubica

    fine unglazed fabric resembling shalloon

    cubiform

    shaped like a cube

    cubomancy

    pination by throwing dice

    cuculine

    of, like or pertaining to cuckoos

    cucullate

    hooded; hood-shaped

    cucumiform

    cucumber-shaped

    cucurbit

    chemical vessel used in a still or alembic

    cucurbitaceous

    of, like or pertaining to gourds

    cuddy

    right of a lord to entertainment from a tenant

    cuirass

    leather or metal armour consisting of a breastplate and backplate

    cuisse

    armour for the front of the thighs

    culet

    flat back or base of a gemstone

    culet

    armour plates for the body below the waist

    culiciform

    like or resembling a mosquito

    culicino

    mark left on a tablecloth by a wet glass

    cullet

    waste glass which is melted into new objects

    cullion

    mean or base person; rascal

    culm

    stem of grass or sedge

    culmiferous

    bearing coal-dust

    cultch

    flooring of an oyster-bed; rubbish

    cultriform

    knife-shaped

    cultus

    religious ritual; a cult

    culverin

    lightweight, portal, long-barrelled cannon

    culvertage

    degradation of a peasant to the position of serf

    cumbent

    lying down; reclining

    cumuliform

    shaped like a heap

    cumulose

    containing or consisting of small heaps

    cunctation

    delay; procrastination

    cuneiform

    shaped like a wedge

    cuniculous

    full of holes and tunnels; full of rabbits

    cupel

    goldsmith’s vessel for assaying metal

    cupola

    spherical vault or concave ceiling

    cupriferous

    bearing copper

    cupulate

    of, like or pertaining to a cup; cup-shaped

    cupuliferous

    bearing cupules

    curate

    assistant to a parish priest

    curette

    instrument for scraping sides of body cavities

    curia

    papal court and its officials

    curie

    unit of radioactive decay and intensity

    curiology

    picture-writing

    curiosa

    pornographic books

    curlew

    long-legged migratory bird with downward-curving bill

    curmurring

    rumbling or flatulent sound

    curricle

    two-wheeled open carriage

    currycomb

    metal comb used to groom horses

    cursorial

    used in walking or running

    curtal

    short; abbreviated; curtailed

    curtal

    kind of archaic bassoon

    curtate

    shortened; short

    curtilage

    court or field attached to a dwelling

    curule

    of high authority

    curvicaudate

    having a curvy tail

    cusec

    unit of liquid flow equal to one cubic foot per second

    cusk

    large Atlantic fish like the cod

    custos

    guardian, custodian or keeper, especially of convents or monasteries

    custrel

    attendant to a knight; a knave

    cutaneous

    of or related to the skin

    cuvette

    shallow dish for holding liquids

    cyanogenesis

    production of cyanide

    cyanometer

    instrument for measuring blueness of the sky or ocean

    cyathiform

    shaped like a cup

    cybernate

    to control by means of a computer

    cyberphobia

    fear of computers

    cyclas

    garment, longer at back than in front, worn over armour

    cyclograph

    instrument for describing arcs of circles without compasses

    cyclolith

    stone circle

    cyclometer

    instrument for measuring revolutions of a wheel

    cyclophoria

    squint due to weakness in the eye muscles

    cyclostyle

    device for making multiple copies of written text

    cyesolagnia

    sexual attraction to pgnant women

    cylix

    shallow cup with long stem

    cyllosis

    congenital physical deformity

    cymaphen

    telephone receiver

    cymar

    loose light robe worn by women

    cymbiform

    shaped like a boat

    cymograph

    instrument for tracing the outline of mouldings

    cymometer

    instrument for measuring frequency of electrical waves

    cymophanous

    opalescent; having a wavy or floating light

    cymotrichous

    wavy-haired

    cynanthropy

    pathological belief that one is a dog

    cynartomachy

    bear-baiting using dogs

    cynegetic

    of or related to hunting

    cynoclept

    one who steals dogs

    cynography

    writing or treatise on dogs

    cynolatry

    worship of dogs

    cynology

    scientific study of dogs

    cynomorphic

    pertaining to a dog’s viewpoint

    cynophilist

    one who loves dogs

    cynophobia

    fear of dogs

    cynosure

    anything that attracts attention; object of interest

    cyphonism

    use of pillorying as punishment

    cypss

    silk or cotton gauze fabric, usually black

    cyprian

    lewd woman; prostitute

    cyprinoid

    of, like or pertaining to carp

    cypseline

    of, like or pertaining to swifts

    cyrenaic

    adherent of doctrine that pleasure is ultimate goal

    cystolith

    calcium carbonate that masses in cell wall of some plants

    cystoscope

    instrument for examining the bladder

    cytheromania

    nymphomania

    cytogenesis

    formation of cells

    cytology

    study of living cells

    cytometer

    instrument for counting cells

    czardas

    Hungarian dance that increases in speed

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    raffia fabric of Madagascar

    rabbet

    groove cut to receive an edge

    rabble

    device for stirring molten iron in a furnace

    Rabelaisian

    coarsely hilarious

    rabic

    of, like or pertaining to rabies

    racemation

    cluster or bundle of grapes or any other thing

    raceme

    central stem with flowers on small stalks

    racemiferous

    bearing clusters or bunches

    rach

    dog that hunts by scent

    rachidian

    of or concerning the spine

    rachiometer

    instrument for measuring the spine

    rachis

    spine or axis of a feather; the spinal cord

    rachitogenic

    causing rickets

    raciology

    study of racial differences

    rackrent

    excessive rent

    racloir

    scraper used by early hominids

    raconteur

    teller of anecdotes

    radappertization

    treatment of food with ionizing radiation to kill bacteria

    radarscope

    instrument for detecting radar signals

    raddle

    flexible rod used to make hurdles or fences

    raddle

    red ochre used to make marks

    radicated

    rooted; established

    radicivorous

    eating roots

    radicle

    rootlike organ or part

    radicolous

    living on roots

    radiesthesia

    sensitivity to radiation from any source

    radiogenic

    produced by radioactive disintegration

    radiogoniometer

    instrument for finding direction through radio signals

    radiography

    use of X-rays or other radiation to make images

    radiology

    study of X-rays and their medical applications

    radiometeorograph

    instrument for measuring atmospheric conditions at high altitude

    radiometer

    instrument measuring radiation energy

    radioscope

    instrument for viewing objects using X-rays

    radiosonde

    radio transmitter in balloon used to gather weather data

    radix

    root; root-number or numerical base; root word or stem

    radular

    coarse; scraping; raspy

    raduliform

    like a rasp or file

    rafale

    burst of artillery in quick rounds

    raffish

    disreputable; vulgar

    ragabash

    idle worthless fellow

    raglan

    having sleeves going all the way to the neck

    ragmatical

    wild; ill-behaved

    raguly

    in heraldry, having short alternating projections and depssions

    railophone

    telephone installed in a train

    raisonneur

    person in a play or book embodying author’s viewpoint

    rake

    the inclination of a mast or another part of a ship

    rameal

    of, like or pertaining to branches

    ramellose

    having small branches

    ramentum

    chaffy scale on plants

    ramie

    strong lustrous fabric resembling linen or silk

    ramiferous

    bearing branches

    ramiform

    branching; shaped like branches

    rampallion

    scoundrel; villain

    rampant

    heraldic animal portrayed on its hind legs

    rampick

    dead tree or tree decayed at top

    ramuliferous

    bearing small branches

    ramus

    branch of anything

    ranarium

    place where frogs are kept

    rancelman

    local constable or law officer in Orkney and Shetland

    rancescent

    becoming rancid

    rand

    border; edge; margin

    randan

    uproar; din; riotous conduct

    randem

    with three horses in single file

    rangiferine

    of, like or pertaining to or like reindeer

    ranine

    of, like or pertaining to or like frogs

    ranivorous

    eating frogs

    rannygazoo

    foolish nonsense

    rantipole

    wild; disorderly

    rantize

    to sprinkle with water during baptism

    ranunculaceous

    of, like or pertaining to buttercups

    raploch

    coarse undyed woollen cloth

    rappel

    call to arms by the beating of a drum

    rapprochement

    establishment of or state of cordial relations

    raptorial

    pdacious; of, like or pertaining to a bird of py

    raptus

    trance; rapture; seizure

    rarissima

    extremely rare books

    raschel

    light loosely kitted cloth

    rash

    smooth silk or worsted fabric

    rasophore

    lowest rank of Greek Orthodox monk

    rasorial

    scraping the ground for food

    raster

    pattern of parallel lines or grid used in certain scanning devices

    rasure

    act of scraping; erasure; obliteration

    rataplan

    drumming sound

    ratel

    honey-eating Old World badger

    ratemeter

    instrument for measuring counting rate of electronic counters

    rath

    phistoric hill fort

    rathe

    quick; early; eager

    raticide

    substance or person who kills rats

    ratihabition

    ratification

    ratiné

    rough bulky plain-woven fabric

    ratiocinate

    to reason or argue logically

    rationalism

    belief that reason is the fundamental source of knowledge

    ratite

    of, like or pertaining to flightless birds

    ratline

    small rope forming a rung of a rope ladder on a ship

    ratten

    to practise sabotage against

    ravanastron

    ancient Hindu stringed instrument played with a bow

    ravelin

    detached work with two embankments

    razzmatazz

    meaningless talk; hype; nonsense

    realism

    doctrine that objects of cognition are real

    rebarbative

    repellent; repulsive

    rebatement

    abatement; reduction; discount

    rebec

    medieval musical instrument like a mandolin or viol

    reboant

    marked by reverberation; resounding

    rebullition

    act of boiling up or effervescing

    rebus

    picture puzzle repsenting a word

    recadency

    relapsing; falling back

    recalesce

    to display again a state of glowing heat

    recaption

    reprisal; taking back that which is unlawfully obtained

    recense

    to revise critically

    recept

    idea or imaged formed by repeated similar perceptions

    receptacular

    serving as a receptacle

    recherché

    carefully chosen, rare or exotic

    recipism

    habit of relapsing into crime

    recipiangle

    old instrument with two arms used for measuring angles

    reciprocornous

    having horns that turn backward and then forward

    recision

    cutting back; rescinding

    récit

    solo part for voice or instrument; narrative tale

    reckling

    smallest or weakest of a litter

    réclame

    art or practice by which publicity or notoriety is secured

    reclinate

    bent down or back

    recoct

    to cook again; to concoct; to improvise

    recondite

    out of the way; little known

    recreant

    craven; false; apostate

    recrement

    waste; dross; secretion that is reabsorbed; excess matter

    recriminate

    to charge one’s accuser

    recrudescence

    a resurgence after a period of abatement

    rectalgia

    pain in the butt

    recte

    correctly; which should be

    rectigrade

    moving in a straight line

    rectiserial

    in vertical ranks

    rectitudinous

    manifesting overly obvious moral correctness

    recto

    front side of a bookleaf; on the front

    rectrix

    quill feathers of a bird’s tail

    recumbent

    reclining; lying comfortably

    recure

    to cure; to heal; to bring back to health

    recusant

    one who refuses to attend Catholic church services; nonconformist

    redact

    to edit; work into shape; to frame

    redan

    field fortification with two parapets meeting at an angle

    redargue

    to refute; to confute

    reddendum

    reserving clause in a lease

    rede

    redhibition

    return of defective product and cancellation of sale

    redintegrate

    to make whole again; to restore

    repivus

    resuscitated; come to life again

    redolent

    fragrant; smelling of; suggestive of

    redoubt

    rough and temporary fortification

    redoubtable

    formidable; valiant

    redound

    recoil back on; make contribution for own benefit

    redshort

    brittle at red-heat

    reductionism

    belief that complex phenomena are reducible to simple ones

    reduit

    inner fortified retreat for a garrison

    reebok

    small South African antelope

    reedbuck

    antelope frequenting reeds

    reef

    to reduce area of a sail by rolling or folding part of it

    reel

    lively dance of the Scottish Highlands

    reeve

    to pass a rope through a ring

    refection

    refreshment or relief; a meal

    refectory

    dining-hall of a monastery or other institution

    refel

    to refute; to disprove; to confute

    reflation

    increase in amount of economic activity and spending

    reflectography

    method of revealing hidden drawing lines beneath painting

    reflectometer

    instrument for measuring reflectance of radiant energy

    reflet

    iridescent or metallic lustre

    reflexology

    study of reflexes

    refluent

    flowing back; ebbing; tidal

    reflux

    an ebb; boiling using a condenser to avoid liquid loss

    refocillate

    to refresh; to cherish

    refractometer

    instrument measuring refraction of light

    refractory

    unruly; unmanageable; perverse; obstinate

    refrangible

    that may be refracted

    refringency

    refractivity

    refugium

    area that has retained earlier geographic conditions

    refulgent

    casting a flood of light; radiant; beaming

    regal

    a small portable organ

    regalism

    doctrine of the monarch’s supmacy in church affairs

    regardant

    in profile and looking to the rear

    regelation

    freezing together again

    reginal

    of, like or pertaining to a queen

    régisseur

    stage manager; director; manager

    reglementation

    regulation

    reglet

    strip for spacing between lines in printing

    regolith

    layer of loose rock overlaying solid rock

    regorge

    to disgorge; to regurgitate

    regrate

    to buy and sell again in or near the same market

    regreet

    to exchange greetings

    regula

    rule of a religious order

    regulus

    impure metal; intermediate product in ore smelting

    reinfund

    to flow in again

    rejectamenta

    refuse; excrement

    rejoinder

    sharp and clever answer

    relâche

    relaxation; rest; no performance

    relationism

    doctrine that relations between entities (space, time) are themselves entities

    relative

    indicating relation or a ppositional object

    relativism

    doctrine that knowledge and truth are relative to contexts

    reliabilism

    theory that justified belief is reached by reliable cognitive processes

    relict

    left behind; surviving

    reliction

    recession of sea leaving bare land

    religate

    to tie together; to restrain

    reliquary

    a small box or shrine used to hold relics

    relucent

    reflecting; shining

    relume

    to light or light up again

    remanent

    a remainder; a remnant

    remanet

    postponed case or parliamentary bill

    remeant

    returning; coming back

    remex

    quill feather of a bird’s wing

    remittitur

    act of sending case from appellate court back to trial court

    remonstrate

    to protest; to expostulate

    remontant

    flowering more than once per season

    remotion

    separation; removal; removal of a person from an office

    remuant

    restless; fidgety

    remueur

    person who turns the bottles in wine-making

    renal

    of, like or pertaining to the kidneys

    renascent

    coming into renewed life or vitality

    rencounter

    chance meeting; encounter; casual combat

    reniform

    shaped like a kidney

    renitent

    resistant; reluctant; recalcitrant

    renography

    radiographic examination of the kidneys

    renverse

    to reverse; to upset

    rep

    plain-woven fabric with crosswise ribs

    repetend

    ps, words, notes or numbers that are repeated

    repine

    to feel or expss discontent or dejection

    replevin

    repossession of stolen goods pending outcome of lawsuit

    repository

    side altar in Catholic church

    repoussé

    raised in relief by hammering from behind or within

    repsentamen

    the product of repsentation

    repsentationalism

    doctrine that ideas rather than external objects are basis of knowledge

    reprobate

    rephensible or immoral person

    reprography

    reproduction of graphic or typeset material

    reptant

    creeping; crawling

    reptation

    act of squirming along a smooth-walled narrow passage

    repugn

    to fight against; to oppose

    repunit

    number consisting of two or more identical integers

    requiem

    lament or mass for the dead

    requiescat

    prayer for the dead

    requital

    act of payment in return; repayment; vengeance

    rerebrace

    armour for the upper arm

    reredos

    screen behind altar

    rescript

    answer of pope or emperor to any legal question; edict or decree

    réseau

    network of lines used in star photographs

    resection

    cutting away a part of; especially the end

    resile

    to recoil; to rebound; to draw back from a position

    resiniferous

    bearing resin

    resinography

    study or description of resins

    resipiscence

    recognition of error; change to better frame of mind

    resistentialism

    humorous theory that inanimate objects display malice towards humans

    resofincular

    resembling a wire hanger

    resorb

    to absorb back; to reabsorb

    respirometer

    instrument for measuring and studying respiration

    respondentia

    loan on ship’s cargo payable on safe arrival

    responsory

    set of responses sung or said after liturgical reading

    restiform

    shaped like a cord

    resupine

    lying on the back

    ret

    to expose to moisture; to soak; to soften by soaking

    retable

    shelf or ornamental setting for panels behind an altar

    rete

    network or net; stylized star-map of an astrolabe

    retiary

    of nets; using nets as a weapon; catching insects in webs

    reticella

    old Venetian lace-like fabric

    reticello

    reticle

    set of intersecting wires used to facilitate accurate observations

    reticular

    of, like or pertaining to nets; intricate

    reticulate

    pide or be pided into a network

    reticule

    small woven lady’s handbag

    reticulose

    of the nature of a network

    retiform

    shaped like a net

    retinaculum

    connecting band; means of retention

    retinise

    to read mechanically by sight alone

    retinoscope

    instrument for measuring and viewing the retina

    retiracy

    seclusion; enough to retire on

    retorse

    bent backwards

    retrahent

    drawing back

    retral

    at or toward the rear

    retree

    slightly damaged paper

    retrenchment

    cutting down on; reduction in amount of

    retrocede

    to move back; to cede back; to grant back

    retrochoir

    space in choir behind high altar

    retrocognition

    extrasensory knowledge of past events

    retrograde

    moving or directed backwards; degenerating; inverse

    retrogress

    backward movement; degeneration

    retroject

    to throw backwards

    retromancy

    pination by looking over one’s shoulder

    retromingent

    urinating rearwards

    retromorphosis

    change for the worse

    retronym

    new name as modification of older term used alone

    retrophilia

    love of things of the past

    retropulsion

    pushing backwards

    retrorse

    turned back or downward

    retroussé

    turned up; especially of the nose

    rev

    to run an engine before bringing it into use

    revalescent

    convalescent

    revalorize

    to give new value to; to restore value of currency

    revanche

    revenge; policy directed towards recovery of territory

    revehent

    carrying back

    revendicate

    to make formal claim to; to try to retrieve lost goods

    revers

    any part of a garment which is turned back

    revest

    reinstate; reinvest

    revet

    to face with masonry

    revetment

    retaining wall

    revie

    to stake more than an opponent has proposed on

    revirescent

    growing young or strong again

    revolute

    rolled back at the edges

    rhabdology

    knowledge or learning concerning pining rods or numbering rods

    rhabdomancy

    pination using a rod or stick

    rhadamanthine

    like a stern judge

    rhaebosis

    curvature; bandiness

    rhagades

    small fissures or chaps on the skin

    rhamphoid

    hooked beak shaped

    rhapsodomancy

    pination by opening works of poetry at random

    rhathymia

    personality factor leading to optimism and cheerfulness

    rheid

    substance that flows viscously when below its melting point

    rhematic

    of words or verbs; forming a word or words

    rheme

    speech element that expsses an idea

    rheography

    measurement of blood flow

    rheology

    science of the deformation or flow of matter

    rheometer

    instrument that measures current

    rheophile

    living or thriving in running water

    rheostat

    instrument for measuring electric resistance

    rheotaxis

    direction of movement by water

    rheotropism

    change in orientation or location of an organism due to running water

    rhetoricaster

    petty rhetorician

    rheum

    watery discharge from eyes and nose

    rheumatology

    study of rheumatism

    rhexis

    rupture of a blood-vessel

    rhigosis

    sensation of cold; ability to feel cold

    rhinal

    of, like or pertaining to the nose

    rhinocerial

    very heavy; of or like a rhinoceros

    rhinocerotic

    of, like or pertaining to the rhinoceros

    rhinogenous

    deriving from the nose

    rhinology

    study of the nose

    rhinoscope

    instrument for examining the nose

    rhinotillexomania

    compulsive nose picking

    rhizic

    of the root of an equation

    rhizogenic

    producing or growing roots

    rhizome

    root-like stalk or stem of a plant

    rhizophagous

    root-eating

    rhizophilous

    growing or thriving on or near roots

    rhochrematics

    science of inventory management and the movement of products

    rhodopsin

    visual purple

    rhomboid

    shaped like a parallelogram

    rhonchial

    of, like or pertaining to snoring

    rhonchisonant

    making a snorting or snoring noise

    rhopalic

    having each word one syllable longer than that before

    rhopography

    painting in still life

    rhotacism

    excessive or incorrect pronunciation of the letter “r”

    rhubarb

    nonsense; actors’ nonsense background chatter

    rhynchodont

    having a toothed beak

    rhyparography

    genre or still-life pictures of sordid subjects

    rhypophagy

    eating filth

    rhysimeter

    instrument for measuring speed of current or watercraft

    rhythmometer

    instrument for measuring speed of rhythms

    rhytidectomy

    wrinkle-removing operation

    rhyton

    drinking cup with hole in the point to drink by

    ria

    normal drowned valley; long wide creek

    ribibe

    an old crone, past the age of sexual attractiveness

    rictal

    of the gape; of the corner of the mouth

    rictus

    gaping mouth; orifice

    riddle-me-ree

    nonsense language

    rideau

    ridge or mound of earth used for defense

    rident

    laughing or smiling radiantly; beaming

    ridgeling

    half-castrated animal

    ridibund

    easily moved to laughter

    ridotto

    social gathering with music and dancing

    rifacimento

    recasting of a literary or musical work

    riffler

    small file with curved ends used in woodworking

    rigadoon

    lively Baroque period dance

    rigescent

    becoming numb or stiff

    rigidulous

    somewhat stiff

    rillet

    small brook or stream

    rillmark

    marking produced by water running down a bank or beach

    rimiform

    having a long furrow

    rimose

    full of chinks; covered with cracks

    rindle

    small watercourse

    rinkomania

    obsession with skating

    riometer

    instrument for measuring absorbed cosmic radio waves

    riparian

    of or inhabiting a riverbank; a riverside inhabitant

    ripienist

    supplementary instrumentalist

    ripieno

    supplementary or reinforcing music

    ripple

    toothed tool for removing seeds from flax or hemp

    riqq

    Middle Eastern tambourine

    risorgimento

    revival; rebirth

    risorial

    of, like or pertaining to or causing laughter

    ritornel

    short instrumental plude or interlude in opera

    rittmaster

    captain of a troop of horse

    rivel

    to shrivel; to shrink

    rivulation

    irregular marks of colour

    rivulose

    marked with winding and haphazard lines

    riziform

    shaped like a grain of rice

    roach

    curved cut in edge of sail for pventing chafing

    light carriage

    roband

    piece of yarn used to fasten a sail to a spar

    robinet

    ancient light cannon

    roborant

    strengthening drug or tonic

    roborate

    to strengthen; to corroborate

    roborean

    strong; like an oak

    roc

    enormous legendary Arabian bird

    rocaille

    artificial rockwork or similar ornament

    roche

    rock or cliff; a rocky height

    rochet

    surplice-like vestment of a bishop or abbot

    rockaway

    light four-wheeled carriage with fixed top and open sides

    rodenticide

    killing of rodents

    rodomontade

    bluster; boasting; bragging speech

    roentgen

    unit of x-radiation or gamma radiation

    roentgenography

    imagery or examination using X-rays

    rogation

    asking or supplication, especially in an ecclesiastical sense

    rogatory

    asking for the intervention of a foreign court in examining a witness

    exuberant jollity; to frolic gaily

    romal

    handkerchief or headcloth; silk or cotton fabric

    rondeau

    poem of thirteen lines

    rondure

    gracefully rounded curvature

    rood

    cross or crucifix at entrance to church chancel

    rood

    old unit of land area equal to 1/4 acre

    roodge

    to push or lift with effort

    rooirhebok

    reddish South African antelope

    rookery

    state of confusion

    roorback

    defamatory falsehood published for political effect

    roriferous

    producing or bearing dew

    rorqual

    large whale with dorsal fin

    roseaceous

    of the rose family; roselike

    roseate

    resembling a rose; overly optimistic

    rosella

    bright-coloured Australian parakeet

    rosette

    knot or radiating loops of ribbon concentrically arranged

    rosin

    resin applied to bows for stringed instruments

    rosmarine

    mythical walrus-like sea animal that feeds on dew

    rostel

    small beak or similar outgrowth

    rostelliform

    shaped like a small beak

    rostrum

    platform for public speaking; conductor’s dais

    rostrum

    spike on prow of warship for ramming

    rotameter

    instrument consisting of glass tube with free float for measuring liquid flow

    rotameter

    old instrument for measuring length of curved lines

    rotiferous

    bearing rotifers

    rotocracy

    government by those who control rotten boroughs

    rotograph

    photograph made by laying negative on sensitive paper

    rottack

    rubbish; nonsense

    rotundate

    rounded off; orbicular

    roué

    man devoted to life of pleasure; rake

    roulade

    melodic embellishment sung to one syllable

    rounce

    handle for moving carriage on hand printing pss

    rounceval

    a large, boisterous woman; a mannish woman; a lesbian

    roundel

    anything circular; circle; disc; ring-dance

    roundel

    round metal disc used to protect joints of armour

    roundelay

    song with a refrain

    rowel

    small; spiked wheel on a spur

    rowen

    second mowing of grass in the same season; aftermath

    rowlock

    contrivance serving as a fulcrum for an oar

    royal

    small sail on royal mast just above topgallant sail

    rua

    Maori pit for storing root vegetables

    ruana

    South American cape or poncho

    rubaboo

    pemmican broth

    rubashka

    Russian peasant shirt

    rubefaction

    reddening

    rubescent

    growing red; blushing

    rubican

    of a horse, black or red with flecks of white

    rubiginous

    rusty-coloured

    rubor

    redness of body part due to excess blood

    rubricate

    to mark in red; to fix like a ritual

    rubricist

    one who adheres closely to liturgical rules

    ruche

    frill of lace or other material

    ructation

    the act of belching

    ruction

    disturbance; uproar

    ruddock

    European robin

    rudenture

    architectural moulding in the shape of a rope

    ruderal

    growing in wasteland or among rubbish

    ruderary

    of or relating to rubbish

    ruderate

    to fill or cover with small pebbles

    rudicle

    small spatula or spoon

    rudstay

    strap over horse’s back to which a wagon can be attached

    ruelle

    space between bed and wall

    rufescent

    inclining to redness

    ruffianize

    to behave violently or brutally

    rufous

    reddish or brownish-red

    rug

    coarse woollen cloth

    rugelach

    crescent-shaped Jewish pastry

    rugible

    capable of roaring

    rugine

    surgeon’s scraping instrument

    rugous

    wrinkled; covered with sunken lines

    rugulous

    having small wrinkles

    ruiniferous

    bearing many ruins

    ruiniform

    having the form or appearance of ruins

    rulley

    flat four-wheeled wagon for carrying goods

    rumbustious

    boisterous

    rumfustian

    hot alcoholic drink made from rum and various spices

    rummer

    large drinking-glass

    runagate

    fugitive; vagabond

    runcation

    action of weeding

    runcinate

    having irregular saw-toothed pisions

    rundale

    system of holding land in single detached pieces

    rundlet

    old liquid measure equal to about 15 gallons

    runology

    study of runes

    rupestrian

    composed of rock; inscribed on rock

    rupicaprine

    of, like or pertaining to chamoises

    rupicoline

    rock-dwelling

    ruptile

    easily breakable

    ruridecanal

    concerning a rural dean and his jurisdiction

    rurigenous

    living or born in the country

    rushlight

    a type of candle dipped in grease

    russel

    ribbed cotton and wool

    russet

    coarse homespun cloth

    Russophile

    one who admires Russia or the Russians

    Russophobia

    fear of Russia or Russians

    rusticate

    to send into the country; to banish to rural areas

    rusticity

    rustic manner; simplicity; rudeness

    ruth

    pity; remorse; sorrow

    rutherford

    unit of radioactive decay equal to 1 million disintegrations per second

    ruthful

    piteous; sorrowful

    rutilant

    shining; glowing ruddily

    rya

    colourful Scandinavian knotted-pile rug

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