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3 V to find to have opinion Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to find, to discover to count εὑρίσκω
7 V to turn, rotate (intr.) to become Accepted Open Show map
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to turn back to transform μετατρέπω
μετατρέπω
8 V to know to know how, to be able Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to know, be acquainted with [+accusative = something] to know how to [+infinitive = do something] οἶδα
9 V to search, to look for to try, to attempt Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to seek, search after, look for to strive for, desire, wish ζητέω
16 sweet (taste) lovely Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek sweet friendly, affectionate γλυκύς
16 sweet (taste) lovely Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek sweet darling; pleasant η̒δύς
32 V to get, obtain to wait New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to get, to receive to wait (for) δέχομαι
33 V to get, obtain to hear New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to take, to accept, to receive to perceive, to hear δέχομαι
34 V to hear / to listen to obey Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to listen to obey ἀκούω
34 V to hear / to listen to obey Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to hear / to listen to obey ἀΐω
34 V to hear / to listen to obey Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to hear / to listen to obey ἀκροάομαι
34 V to hear / to listen to obey Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to hear, to give ear to, to attend to to obey κλύω
35 V to see/to look at to have opinion Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to look to contemplate, consider; to to judge of one thing by another θεωρέω
56 V to sting spicy New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek biting, stinging acrid δηκτικός
57 N boy servant Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek child, baby young slave παῖς
58 Adj right (vs. left) skilled Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek right clever, practic; efficient, δεξιός
61 Adj straight correct (adj.) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek straight correct ὀρθός
61 Adj straight correct (adj.) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek straight correct, fair εὐθύς
63 N storm winter Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek storm, stormy weather; misfortune winter χειμών
65 N noon south Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek noon, midday South μεσημβρία
67 Adj light, bright comprehensible Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek clean (snow), clear (air) clear εὐαγής
69 Adj hot recent Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek warm, hot, burning recent, fresh θερμός
71 N part fate Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek part, share lot, destiny, fate μοῖρα
71 N part fate Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek part, share destiny, fate, lot αἶσα
71 N part fate Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek part lot, fate μερίς
72 N flower colour Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek flower colour; the elect of ἄνθος
73 Adj sweet (taste) fresh (of water) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek sweet fresh, insipid γλυκύς
75 N morning spring (season) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek morning paddle ¡¼r
96 inflated proud Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to blow to boast φῡσάω
109 time opportunity Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek time (in general), high time opportunity καιρός
113 Adj to throw to leave Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to throw, to cast to leave ῥίπτω
134 shine (n.) fame Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek shining, glittering, bright splendid, brilliant φᾰεινός
146 shame genitalia Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek shame, disgrace genitals αἰδώς
186 neck back of the head New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek neck back of the head αὐχήν
193 heel (of a foot) edge New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek ankle end, edge, tip σφῠρόν
226 wide, broad flat (adj) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek wide, broad flat, level πλατύς
242 V to grasp, seize to understand Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to grasp, to embrace to grasp, to perceive καταλαμβάνω
242 V to grasp, seize to understand Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to touch, to grasp, to seize to reach with the mind, to attain to ἐφάπτω
299 Adj naked, bare deprived of, lacking Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek naked, bald lacking in smth ψῑλός
337 to beat, hit to be surprised Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to beat, to hit, to wound to strike deeply τύπτω
366 Adj heavy (of weight) difficult Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek heavy in weight difficult βᾰρύς
391 Adj good kind, good-hearted Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek usefull, good of its kind good, kindly (of a men) χρηστός
414 V to love to kiss Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to love to kiss φιλέω
418 N darkness black cloud New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek gloom, darkness cloud νέφος
420 Adj quick unexpected New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek quick, fast sudden τᾰχύς
426 Adv early morning Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek early in the morning πρωΐ
428 N melon (Cucumis melo) pumpkin New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek pumpkin melon σικύα
428 N melon (Cucumis melo) pumpkin New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek melon (Cucumis melo) bottle-gourd, Lagenaria vulgaris σικύα
443 N mother womb Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek mother womb μήτηρ
463 N eye bud (on a twig) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek eye bud ὀφθαλμός
477 N mouth mouth (of a river) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek mouth creek στόμα
478 N mouth face Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek mouth face στόμα
482 N mouth opening, hole Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek mouth hole, opening, slit στόμα
489 N mouth speech Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek mouth speech, utterance στόμα
515 N head peak of mountain Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek head mountain top *κράς (gen. κρᾱτός, κράᾰτος)
515 N head peak of mountain Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek head top, peak κάρᾱ
523 N lip edge Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek lip edge (e.g. vessel), brink, brim, rim, bank χεῖλος
524 N chest (body part) mountain slope Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek chest hill μαστός
536 N horn peak of mountain Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek horn mountain top κέρας
545 V to pay to revenge Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to pay to revenge τίνω
563 N man person Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek man person φώς
597 N substance wood, timber New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek timber substance ὕλη
601 N wood, timber forest Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek timber forest ὕλη
602 N firewood wood, timber New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek wood timber ὕλη
617 N sky palate Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek sky palate οὐρανός
625 N noise rumour Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek noise, buzz rumours ἠχώ
638 Adj empty in vain Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek empty vain κενός
645 V to castrate, geld to take out New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek castrated person, eunuch species of dates without stones εὐνοῦχος
646 V to play (intr.) dance (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to play to dance παίζω
649 N hand/arm side (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek arm, hand side, direction χείρ
668 girl pupil (anat.) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek girl, maiden pupil (of the eye) κόρη
678 strength power, authority Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to be strong, powerful to have power σθένω
692 V to beat, hit to kill Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to beat, to hit to strike to death, to kill θείνω
692 V to beat, hit to kill Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to beat, to hit to kill κόπτω
693 V to beat, hit to break (tr.) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to beat, to hit to break, to crush κόπτω
695 V to beat, hit to win Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to beat, to hit to defeat πλήσσω
715 Adj big elder Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek big, large adult μέγας
739 V to lead to govern, control, rule Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to lead, to conduct to command, to rule, to lead ἄγω
740 V to lead to cause Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to lead, to conduct to become the cause ἄγω
746 V to see/to look at to understand Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek ὁράω
752 V to carry to endure Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to carry to stand, to bear ὀχέω
752 V to carry to endure Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to carry to bear, to stand φέρω
756 V to sit to inhabit, live Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to sit to be, to dwell, to live κάθεμαι
757 V to go astray to err, be wrong Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek wandering fallacy πλάνη
758 V to fill (tr.) to carry out Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to fill to realize ἐκ-πίμπλημι
758 V to fill (tr.) to carry out Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to fill to fulfil, to realize πληρόω
766 Adj brilliant, glaring white Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek shining, glistening white λευκός
769 Adj brilliant, glaring glad Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to polish to amuse, to please γανόω
769 Adj brilliant, glaring glad Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to laugh to shine, to beam, to glitter γελάω
770 V to wet, moisten to dye Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to plunge, to immerse to dip into dye > to dye βάπτω
771 V to throw to accuse, blame Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to throw to accuse, to calumniate ballo
775 V to cut (tr.) to decide Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to cut up, to cleave to solve a problem διαιρέω
785 to press down to oppress Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to press, to jam, to squeeze, to compress to depress, to torment θλίβω
785 to press down to oppress Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to press, to tighten to oppress πιέζω
786 to breathe wind Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek act of breathing, sb’s breath wind pneuma
790 flat (adj) simple Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek flat, smooth simple, easy afeles
794 Adj dry lean Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek dry, withered thin, lean ἰσχνός
796 to carry pregnant Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to carry fruit of the womb (lit. burden) φέρω
815 white poplar (Populus alba) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek white poplar (Populus alba) λευκός
831 <weapon> war Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek shield battle ἀσπίς
831 <weapon> war Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek spear fight, battle, war δόρυ
845 V to be at war to swear, curse, abuse one another Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek fight, battle quarrel, argument, ἔρις
845 V to be at war to swear, curse, abuse one another Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to fight to argue, to bicker δηριάω
845 V to be at war to swear, curse, abuse one another Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to be in war to argue, to quarrel πολεμέω
845 V to be at war to swear, curse, abuse one another Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to fight to argue, to quarrel μάρναμαι
845 V to be at war to swear, curse, abuse one another Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to be at war, to fight to argue, to quarrel μάχομαι
849 Adj heavy (of weight) important Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek heaviness, weight weight, significance, merit βάρος
855 V to feed to bring up Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to feed to bring up τρέφω
856 N moon month Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek moon moon (poet.) σελήνη
865 Adj blunt stupid Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek blunt stupid κωφός
878 N cattle property, possessions Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek cattle movables πρόβατον
886 N bile, gall anger Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek bile irritation, anger χολή
887 Adj sharp acute (of sound) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek sharp, sharp pointed argute, screaming (cry) πικρός
888 N back (body part) mountain ridge, edge Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek back ridge of a hill or mountain ῥάχις
898 N cheek jaw Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek cheek jaw σιαγών
898 N cheek jaw Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek cheek chin, jaw, beard γενειάς
899 N wing sail (n.) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek wing sail πτερόν
901 Adj light (of weight) simple Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek light (weight) easy ἐλαφρός
902 Adj short (size) low (size) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek short, not of great length, brief low βραχύς
906 Adj left impolite New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek left ignorant, stupid σκαιός
909 N left south New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek left southern ἕτερος
913 V to make scratches to draw, paint Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to scratch, to draw to write, to draw γράφω
920 V to be born to happen Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to be born to take place, to happen γίγνομαι
933 N man husband Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek man husband φώς
938 Adj fearful, dreadful very Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek scary extremely δεινῶς
946 Adj deep rich Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek deep rich βαθύς
947 N acorn date (Phoenix dactylifera) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek acorn date βάλανος
949 V to bite to grieve (tr.) Suspended Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to bite, to gnarl, to jab, to sting to torment, to worry, to annoy δάκνω
950 V to tame to kill Suspended Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to tame, to harness to strike to death, to kill δαμάω
951 N evening west Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek afternoon dawn, west δείλη
951 N evening west Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek evening west, western ἑσπέρα
952 N neck mountain ridge, edge New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek neck, throat mountain range δειρή
953 V to see/to look at to hear Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to look; to see, to notice to perceive, to hear δέρκομαι
954 Adj sharp angry Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek sharp (sword) angry δριμύς
955 N country, land people, nation Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek earth, land, region, district people δῆμος
956 V to sink into to set (of heavenly bodies) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to plunge, to go down to go under (sun, stars, moon) δύω
957 N affair battle Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek business, affair, thing, work, job battle ἔργον
958 N mouse muscle Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek mouse muscle μῦς
960 V to ask, beg to ask, inquire Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to ask to ask (to do smth, smth, for smn) ἐρωτάω
961 Adj other hostile New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek other, different hostile ἕτερος
962 Adj other left New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek other, different; one of the two left (hand, horn) ἕτερος
963 Adj good very Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek good fully, completely, enough εὖ
964 V to possess to be, exist Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to hold, to have, to posses to dwell, to populate ἔχω
967 V to stand to cost Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to put to cost καθίστημι
968 Adj bad evil (adj.) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek bad wicked, malicious, hostile κᾰκός
975 V to fall down to die, pass away Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek fall death πέσημα
980 V to move quickly to flow Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek
Modern Greek
to run ti run, to flow τρέχω
τρέχω
993 V to know to understand Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to know to understand γιγνώσκω
994 V to wave (of water) to worry, be agitated Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to boil; to seethe; to bubble; to be agtitated to worry ζέω
995 V to blossom to succeed Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to blossom to be abundant, lush θάλλω
995 V to blossom to succeed Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek covered with flowers prosperous εὐανθής
996 V to heat up to deceive Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to heat, to warm up to deceive, to cheat θάλπω
997 V to throw to run Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to throw, to cast to run, to rush ἰάπτω
999 N key (of a door) clavicle Suspended Open Show map
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Ancient Greek key collar bone κλείς
1004 N mat whore Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek horsecloth, saddle-cloth whore κασᾶς
1007 N sun day Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek sun day - the sun's day journey ἥλιος
1015 Adv backwards again Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek back again πάλιν
1022 N price honour Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek price, value respect τιμή
1025 N brain (cerebrum) marrow Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek brain marrow μυελός
1043 V to drag to steal Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to pull, to draw, to drag to kidnap ἕλκω
1057 N box, container coffin Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek box, chest coffin λάρναξ
1069 V to see/to look at to know Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to see, to look to be informed εἶδον (aor. 2, 1sg)
1075 V to shine to seem Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to shine to seem, to appear φαίνω
1077 Adj greasy fat (adj.)(of a person) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek fat fat πῖαρ
1077 Adj greasy fat (adj.)(of a person) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek fat plump, fat λῐπᾰρός
1077 Adj greasy fat (adj.)(of a person) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek fat, oily corpulent πῑμελώδης
1087 V to untie, unbind to solve (a problem) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek untie to solve (paradox) λύω
1088 N bride daughter-in-law Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek bride daughter in law (New Testament) νυμφή
1088 N bride daughter-in-law Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek bride daughter in law νυός
1102 Adj soft (adj.) tender (adj.) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek soft tender, kind, friendly; meek, quiet μᾰλᾰκός
1103 Adj thin (of an object) high-pitched (of sound) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek lean high pitched (voice) ἰσχνός
1104 V to finish to kill Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to finish, to complete to destroy ἀνύω
1116 V to bark (of a dog) to swear, curse, abuse one another Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to bark to grudge βαΰζω
1116 V to bark (of a dog) to swear, curse, abuse one another Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to bark to assault ὑλακτέω
1117 N root (of a plant) basis Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek root foundation, base, source, origin ῥίζα
1118 N nail (body part) claw Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek nail claw ὄνυξ
1119 N coal anthrax Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek
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coal anthrax ἄνθραξ
anthrax
1122 Adj near close (of relations) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek close, near neighbour πλησίος
1123 V to soil, make dirty to disgrace, dishonor Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to soil to stain, to blemish (fig.) μιαίνω
1138 V to bridle to subjugate Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to control a horse with a bridle to bridle, to restrain (fig.) χαλιναγωγέω
1139 Adj wild, untamed wild (of a person) Suspended Open Show map
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Ancient Greek wild uncontrollable, rude ἄγριος
1140 Adj square (of a town) vulgar Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek sqaure vulgar ἀγορά
1141 N nettle (Urtica) medusa, jellyfish Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek nettle jelly fish (species) ἀκαλήφη
1141 N nettle (Urtica) medusa, jellyfish Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek nettle "sea nettle" (a specie of jelly fish with prey capturing thread) κνίδη
1142 V to hear rumour Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek hearing rumour ἀκοή
1144 Adj calm dead (adj.) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek happy, blessed to leave μᾰκάριος
1145 Adj cold (adj.) indifferent Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek cold indifferent, impassible ψυχρός
1147 N fox (Vulpes vulpes) cunning person Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek fox cunning fox κίνᾰδος
1147 N fox (Vulpes vulpes) cunning person Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek fox cunning fox ἀλώπηξ
1152 N mortal person Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek mortal person θνητός
1154 N salt sea New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek (м. р.) соль sea (f.) ἅλς
1156 N people, nation army Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek people, population army λαός
1163 V to work to plough Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to work to cultivate land, to plough ἐργάζομαι
1164 N suffering work (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to suffer, to be sick, to be in distress to work till one drops κάμνω
1164 N suffering work (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to suffer, to be in distress to work, to be busy πονέω
1167 V to tremble to fear Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek
Modern Greek
to tremble, to quiver, to shiver to be afraid φρίσσω
φρίσσω
1167 V to tremble to fear Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to tremble to be afraid τρέμω
1168 V to speak to give orders Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek
Old English
to speak to order ἔπω
ἔπω
1168 V to speak to give orders Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to speak to order αὐδάω
1168 V to speak to give orders Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to speak to order εἴρω
1168 V to speak to give orders Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to speak to order, to prescribe λέγω
1169 V to give to let Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to give to permit δίδωμι
1171 N heart location of emotions Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek heart heart (the seat of emotion and will) καρδία
1173 N height (of a person) age Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek ἡλικία
1186 Adj long (size) long (period of time) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek long long δολῐχός
1186 Adj long (size) long (period of time) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek long long μακρός
1186 Adj long (size) long (period of time) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek long long τᾰνᾰός
1190 N goat <clothes> New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek she goat goat skin cloak αἶξ
1198 V to water, to give water to water (plants) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to give to drink, to water to moisten, to irrigate ἄρδω
1203 N nail (body part) hoof Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek nail, claw hoof ὄνυξ
1206 N hand/arm branch, twig Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek fig. arm branch (mostly broken) κλάδος
1211 V to feel thirsty to want Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to feel thirsty to long for, to desire dipsao
1216 Adj liquid (adj.) flexible New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek liquid, thin flexible ὑδρός
1224 hill tomb New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek grave-mound (Homer, Heredotus, tragedians ) tomb (Pindar, Aeschylus) τύμβος
1226 to beat, hit wound (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to beat, to hit to wound κόπτω
1226 to beat, hit wound (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to beat, to hit to wound τύπτω
1233 Adj rich numerous New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek rich abundant πλούσιος
1237 sharp bitter New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek sharp, sharp pointed bitter, bitter salty πικρός
1238 sharp unpleasant Suspended Open Show map
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Ancient Greek sharp, sharp pointed onerous, unpleasant πικρός
1270 Adj part bread New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek
Modern Greek
piece bread ψυμίον
ψυμί
1303 V to pull to slow, linger Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to pull, to draw, to drag to linger ἕλκω
1310 V to press down to restrain, control one’s feelings Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to press to restrain πιέζω
1321 N <fruit> swelling (on skin) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek fig бородавка на веке σῦκον
1326 V to hide (tr.) to bury Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to hide, to conceal, to shelter to bury κρύπτω
1327 V to flow to shed hair (of animals) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to flow to come out (hair) ῥέω
1333 N hare (Lepus) coward Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek hare timid, fearful πτώξ
1335 Adj powerless furious Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek weak unrestrained, uncurb ἀκρατής
1337 N attack (n.) attack of disease Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek λῆψις
1340 N hair hair (of animals) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek hair fleece, wool θρίξ
1342 N feather fin Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek small feather fin πτερύγιον
1343 N wing fin Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek wing fin πτέρυξ
1350 V to go away to die, pass away Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to leave to die οἴχομαι
1361 V to change (tr.) to change clothes Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to exchange (amth for amth) to change clothes (med.) μεταμφτιάζω
1368 N foot <unit of length> Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek foot length unit = 308.3 mm πούς
1370 N elbow <unit of length> Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek forearm a length unit πῆχυς
1374 N <thorny plant> goldfinch (Carduelis) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek thorn young goldfinch ἄκανθα
1380 V to untie, unbind to set free Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek untie to set free λύω
1390 V to boil (intr.) to ferment, yeast Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek boil, seethe, of water ferment ζέω
1391 V to sing to glorify Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to sing to glorify in songs, to praise ὑμνέω
1391 V to sing to glorify Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to sing to sing, to glorify μέλπω
1391 V to sing to glorify Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to sing to sing, to praise μελίζω
1391 V to sing to glorify Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to sing to sing, to glorify ἀείδω, стяж. ᾆδω
1391 V to sing to glorify Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to sing to sing, to glorify ῥαψῳδέω
1394 N donkey fool Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek baggage donkey fool κανθήλιος
1405 V to practise witchcraft to charm, to delight Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to spell, to bewitch to charm, to seduce, to attract (fig.) θέλγω
1406 N wind anemone (Anemone) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek wind sea flower ἄνεμως
1421 N root (of a plant) origin (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek root kindred, origin ῥίζα
1425 witness martyr Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek witness martyr μάρτυς
1449 Adj camel ostrich Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek camel ostrich κάμηλος
1455 to call (somebody), to make respond to name Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to call, to summon to call, to name κᾰλέω
1460 to lie (posture) to be situated Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to lie to be somewhere κεῖμαι
1478 Adj black bad Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek black ominous, bad μέλᾱς
1486 tail handle, gripe Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek tail handle κέρκος
1511 to love friend Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to love friend, fellow φιλέω
1601 Adj shadow phantom, ghost Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek shadow ghost σκιά
1629 long (size) high (size) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek long high τᾰνᾰός
1632 V to flow to run Suspended Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to flow to rush ῥέω
1643 soul butterfly Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek soul moth ψυχή
1647 breathing soul Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek breath soul psūkhē
1683 <governor> goldcrest Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek sovereign, lord kinglet (Aristotle) τύραννος
1690 to grasp, seize to light, to kindle New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek fasten, grasp, seize light, kindle ἅπτω
1695 to push to induce Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to push to prompt, to impel προωθέω
1700 to live animal Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to live animal ζῶ
1724 sharp quick Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek sharp quick, fast ὀξύς
1729 Adj cucumber pumpkin New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek cucumber pumpkin σίκυος
1745 root (of a plant) mountain foot New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek root foot (mountain) ῥίζα
1776 Adj female calf girl Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek heifer girl πόρις
1800 tail penis Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek tail membrum virile κέρκος
1808 moon mad New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek moon to be a sleepwalker; to have attacks or to be mentally ill σελήνη
1829 wing side (n.) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek wing side πτερόν
1838 Adj free of charge in vain Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek gratuitious, undeserved vain μέλεος
1853 Adj to breathe to rest Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to blow, to breathe to give rest, refreshment ψύχω
1854 to sway to worry, be agitated Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to rock, to wobble, to fluctuate to worry σαλεύω
1861 heavy (of weight) low (of voice) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek heavy low pitched (sound, voice) βᾰρύς
1907 black sad Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek gloom, darkness gloom ζόφος
1914 empty stupid New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek empty stupid κενός
1975 to think to care for, look after New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to think to take care φροντίζω
1978 to row (with oars) to fly New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek ἐρρέσσω
1986 Adj greasy fertile (soil) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek fat fertility (field) πῖαρ
2004 sharp pungent (odour) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek sharp, sharp pointed acrid (smoke) πικρός
2045 Adj messenger angel Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek ambassador angel ἄγγελος
2053 to light, to kindle to induce Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek kindling inciting ὑπόθυψις
2062 end aim, goal Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek end, limit aim, objective τέκμᾰρ
2062 end aim, goal Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek end aim, objective τέλος
2068 to rise (of heavenly bodies) east New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek dawn, sunrise east ἕως
2072 fruit child Suspended Open Show map
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Ancient Greek fruit child καρπός
2081 bread food Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek bread food σιτίον
2112 drone (n.) idler, loafer Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek drone parasite κηφήν
2134 to break (tr.) to infringe Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to smash, to break, to grind to break (tradition etc.) θρύπτω
2155 <foreigner> giant Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek
Georgian
Cimmerian giant, hero Κιμμέριοι
gmiri
2155 <foreigner> giant Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek
Bulgarian
the Greeks giants ἕλληνες
elini
2158 dew sundew (Drosera) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek
Latin
dewy sundew δροσερός
drosera
2161 to beat, hit to attack Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to hit, to beat, to flog to attack κρούω
2194 sharp severe Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek sharp, sharp pointed severe, cruel (e.g. Law) πικρός
2212 foot mountain foot Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek foot foot of a hill πούς
2212 foot mountain foot Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek ankle foot (mountain) σφῠρόν
2251 to speak to have opinion Suspended Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to speak to think, to believe φημί
2251 to speak to have opinion Suspended Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to speak to think φάσκω
2256 Adj navel centre Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek belly button center, focus ὀμφαλός
2359 to deliver (a child) parents Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to give birth to parents γεννάω
2359 to deliver (a child) parents Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to give birth to parents τίκτω
2366 fire inflammation Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek fire inflammation φλέγμα
2403 summer harvest New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek summer harvest θέρος
2408 goat oats New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek she goat a kind of wild oats αἴξ
2422 oak pole New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek oak beam, bar, pole δρῦς
2423 beech ash (tree) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek
Old Norse
beech ash tree ὀξύα
askr
2424 pine-tree spruce (Picea) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek
Old Norse
pine tree fir tree πεύκη
fiohta
2464 tree club New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek tree club ξύλον
2465 tree spear New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek tree spear δόρυ
2467 <tree> spear Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek beech shaft ὀξύη
2467 <tree> spear Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek cornel spear made of cornelian cherry κράνεια
2472 to sit ambush, embuscade Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek seat ambush ἕδρα
2541 big great Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek big, large great μέγας
2547 fat (adj.)(of a person) rich Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek fat, thick rich πίων
2547 fat (adj.)(of a person) rich Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek corpulent, fat rich λῐπᾰρός
2579 Adj to arrange into a line poetry New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek row, line poem, verse στίχος
2592 army war New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek army, troops military campaign στόλος
2627 door on the outside Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek door outside θύρα
2628 door foreign New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek door foreign θύρα
2630 field wild, untamed New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek field wild ἀγρός
2638 smoke pride Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek smoke arrogance τῦφος
2647 <vessel> ship, vessel Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek trough boat σκάφη
2651 Adj to feel hunger to want Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to be hungry to desire, to long for peinao
2656 to hang sword New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to be hanging sword ἀείρομαι
2657 to hew to lose consciousness New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to split to faint συγκόπτω
2672 plant (biol.) (gun)powder Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek
Byzantine Greek
plant gunpowder βοτάνη
βοτάνη
2673 Adj head money Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek head money, capital κεφαλή
2679 <animal> fool Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek thunderbird fool, dupe κέπφος
2684 <weapon> army Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek spear army δόρυ
2696 shapeless ugly, unpleasant Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek shapeless, amorphous ugly ἄμορφος
2700 rope, string, cord, lashing <unit of length> Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek (тростниковая) веревка, бечева, канат Egyptian length unit = 30 stadia, i.e. About 5.5 km σχοῖνος
2701 ram battering-ram Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek ram battering ram κρῑός
2705 to mix, stir dough New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to mix, to knead, to pommel dough φυράω
2707 table; desk meal (process) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek table meal τράπεζα
2708 <furniture> <office> Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek
Modern Greek
table bank τράπεζα
τράπεζα
2709 barley bread New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek barley dough μᾶζα
2714 liver location of emotions Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek liver the seat of passions, anger, fear etc. ἧπαρ
2718 storehouse; depo shop Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek
Latin
warehouse, storage drugstore, chemist's shop ἀποθήκη
apotheke
2718 storehouse; depo shop Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek
Occitan
warehouse, storage shop ἀποθήκη
botiga, botica
2729 green glaucoma New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek azure glaucoma γλαυκός
2734 affair commerce, business Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek work, job, occupation trade ἀσχολία
2734 affair commerce, business Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek business, affair, thing trade πρᾶξις
2758 heavy (of weight) strong New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek heavy strong, mighty βᾰρύς
2770 sizing tool rule, regulations Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek rod, ruler norm, rule κανών
2770 sizing tool rule, regulations Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek plummet, plumb line rule, norm, establishment στάθμη
2776 bird omen New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek bird sign ὄρνις
2778 hand/arm power, authority New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek arm, hand power χείρ
2791 Adj chameleon hypocrite, dissembler New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek chameleon social chameleon χαμαιλέων
2796 Adj light (n.) vision Suspended Open Show map
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Ancient Greek light eye φῶς
2814 black cloud multitude, great number New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek cloud abundance νέφος
2848 big high (size) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek big, large high μέγας
2866 left bad luck New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek left ominous, negative σκαιός
2871 Adj thick thick (of a growth, hair) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek thick (fabric) густой (о деревьях, кустарнике, волосах) πυκνός
2873 low (location) low (size) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek low short, low χθᾰμᾰλός
2956 sweat resin; pitch, tar New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek sweat exudation of trees, gum, resin ἱδρώς
2964 dense, thick (liquid) dark (adj.) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek thick (substance) dark βαθύς
2965 deep dark (adj.) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek deep dark (colour) βαθύς
3065 to marry to copulate New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek
Modern Greek
marry, i.e. take to wife, of the man to fuck γαμέω
γαμώ
3073 bile, gall poison Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek bile poison χολή
3074 bowel string (of a musical instrument) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek intestine string χορδή
3075 light (n.) sun New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek light sun φῶς
3076 lip beak New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek lip beak χεῖλος
3077 seed (n.) freckle Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek lens freckle φακός
3078 grass spring (season) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek grass spring, summer (=year) πόα
3079 melancholy, depression love New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek melancholy, yearning love, passion πόθος
3080 <animal> cunning person Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek monkey, ape (Babrios) flatterer, sycophant (Pindar) πίθων
3100 leaf flower New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek leaf flower πέταλον
3112 fruit result, outcome Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek fruit result καρπός
3133 to saw to bite New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to saw to bite πρίω
3134 to saw to vex, exasperate New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to saw to annoy, to infuriate πρίω
3135 wing feather New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek wing feather πτερόν
3136 feather arrow New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek feather feathered arrow πτερόν
3137 wing oar New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek wing paddle πτέρυξ
3138 thick hard, solid New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek толстый (о ткани) крепкий, твердый (нпр., о кости) πυκνός
3139 to throw to chase away New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to throw, to cast to drive (out) ῥίπτω
3142 to turn, rotate (intr.) to pass (of time) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to turn to pass by (time) τρέπω
3143 clasp, buckle fibula (anat.) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek pin, hairpin, clasp calf bone περόνη
3154 <foreigner> rooster New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek Persian cock Περσικός
3154 <foreigner> rooster New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek resident of Media cock Μῆδος
3159 to bend, bow (intr.) to obey New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to bend, to incline to obey ὑποκύπτω
3210 black priest (Christianity) Suspended Open Show map
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Ancient Greek
Byzantine Greek
black clad monk μελᾰνείμων
μελᾰνείμων
3221 Adj lord god Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek ruler, sovereign, lord, master, head god κύριος
3282 Adj <measure of weight> <money> Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek μνᾶ
3282 Adj <measure of weight> <money> Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek weight unit currency unit τάλαντον
3282 Adj <measure of weight> <money> Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek weight unit = 4.366 г coin = 6 obols δραχμή
3287 yoke yoke (figuratively) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek yoke yoke, burden (fig.) ζῠγόν
3292 <numeral> <military rank> Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek fifty chief of a fifty person detachment πεντήκοντα
3306 to grasp, seize to steal Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to grasp to kidnap, to rob ἁρπάζω
3313 ten thousand multitude, great number Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek ten thousand plenty μυριάς
3317 <dish> disorder, mess Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek a drink of wine with grated cheese, cereal and roots medley κυκεών
3319 brilliant, glaring loud New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek shining, glittering, bright clear, loud φᾰεινός
3320 to speak to promise New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to speak to promise φάσκω
3333 to boil (intr.) to worry, be agitated New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to boil to worry ζέω
3334 cold (adj.) in vain New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek cold imaginary, groundless ψυχρός
3335 hand/arm group of men New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek hand handful (of people), group, detachment χείρ
3336 hand/arm strength New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek hand force χείρ
3337 greasy cream (of milk) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek fat cream πῖαρ
3338 sharp sorrowful New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek sharp, sharp pointed deplorable, grievous πικρός
3339 shuttle (weaving instrument) geometrid New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek spindle, sguttle geometer, geometrid πηνίον
3340 left west New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek left western σκαιός
3341 sign, omen monster New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek a miraculous sign monster τέρᾰς
3342 exchange peace New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek exchange reconciliation συναλλᾰγή
3348 sun east New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek sun east, dawn ἥλιος
3349 morning day New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek dawn, sunrise day ἕως
3350 darkness west New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek gloom, darkness dawn, west ζόφος
3351 muscle strength New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek muscle force, power ἴς
3352 to bend to subjugate New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to bow, to bend to subdue κάμπτω
3353 to adorn, decorate to clean New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to decorate to clean καλλύνω
3354 to adorn, decorate to boast New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to decorate med. хвастаться, гордиться καλλύνω
3355 head face New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek head top κάρηνον
3355 head face New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek head face κάρᾱ
3356 to go down to give up, stop doing New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to descend to stop καταβαίνω
3357 to go down to humble, to abase New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to descend to himiliate καταβαίνω
3358 to sing to practise witchcraft New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to hum, to sing to conjure κατᾴδω
3359 to beat, hit to bite New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to beat, to hit to bite (snake) κόπτω
3360 horn branch (of a river) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek horn armlet κέρας
3361 horn flank (military) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek horn flank, wing κέρας
3362 to hear to know New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to hear to know κλύω
3363 to go away to fall down New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to withdraw, to leave to capsize, to fall λιάζομαι
3364 shield left New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek shield to the left ἀσπίς
3365 spear sword New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek spear sword ἔγχος
3366 spear arrow New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek spear arrow ἔγχος
3367 brave bold, insolent Suspended Open Show map
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Ancient Greek courageous, brave impudent ἴτης
3367 brave bold, insolent Suspended Open Show map
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Ancient Greek brave, courageous impudent θαρσᾰλέος
3367 brave bold, insolent Suspended Open Show map
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Ancient Greek bold, courageous shameless, impudent ἀναιδής
3367 brave bold, insolent Suspended Open Show map
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Ancient Greek courageous, brave impudent θρᾰσύς
3368 neck ravine New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek neck gorge, ravine, mountain passage αὐχήν
3369 neck strait New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek neck strait αὐχήν
3370 to gamble to risk New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to play dice to risk, to set on stake κῠβεύω
3371 to pull to govern, control, rule New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to pull to rule τᾰνύω
3372 soft (adj.) quiet (vs. loud) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek soft quiet μᾰλᾰκός
3373 soft (adj.) not strong (of liquid or smell) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek soft light, weak μᾰλᾰκός
3374 soft (adj.) lenient New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek soft complacent μᾰλᾰκός
3375 soft (adj.) coward New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek soft timid, coward μᾰλᾰκός
3376 big strong New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek big, large strong, mighty μέγας
3377 big proud New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek big, large arrogant μέγας
3378 mother queen (bee) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek mother queen (bee) μήτηρ
3379 black cloud sad New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek cloud gloom νέφος
3380 night bat (Microchiroptera) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek night bat νύξ, νυκτός
3381 hand/arm domestic (animal) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek hand domestic, tame χείρ
3382 sweat work (n.) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek sweat, perspiration hard work ἱδρώς
3383 new strange New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek new strange, surprising καινός
3384 cold (adj.) fearful, dreadful New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek cold fearful κρυερός
3385 circle eye New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek mole eye κύκλος
3386 circle year New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek mole year κύκλος
3387 to play (a musical instrument) to practise witchcraft New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to play on the flute to charm by flute-playing (also metaphorical) καταυλέω
3388 to pull to torture New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to stretch, draw tight to rack, torture κατατείνω
3392 Adj mouth precipice, abyss Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek mouth abyss στόμα
3394 to eat hell New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to gape, to open wide the primordial state of existence;he nether abyss, infinite darkness, joined with Ἔρεβος (in afterworld) χαίνω
3397 mouth completion New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek mouth end, outcome στόμα
3408 throat neck (of bottle etc.) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek throat neck (vessel λάγῡνος) βρόχθος
3408 throat neck (of bottle etc.) Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek throat, gullet neck of a bottle (κύτος) λαιμός
3503 Adj to see/to look at to visit Accepted Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to look to visit ἐπισκοπέω
3512 to wait to remain, stay New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to wait to remain, to stay μένω
3569 jaw blade New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek jaw edge of an axe γένυς
3569 jaw blade New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek
jaw point, edge γνάθος
γνάθος
3575 Adj chest (body part) womb New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek bosom, lap womb kolpos
3597 to be ashamed to respect New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to be ashamed to stand in awe of, fear αἰδέομαι
3619 strong healthy New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek strong healthy σφοδρός
3627 to sit to be situated New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to sit to be somewhere, to dwell θακέω
3711 V to raise, lift (tr.) to discover game animals or birds (hunting) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to raise, lift (tr.) to discover game animals or birds (hunting) ἀνίστημι
3726 Adj to raise, lift (tr.) to move away New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to raise, lift (tr.) to move away αἴρω
3727 V to raise, lift (tr.) to remove, eliminate New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek to raise, lift (tr.) to remove, eliminate αἴρω
3753 Adj breathing smell New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek act of breathing, sb’s breath smell, scent pneuma
3754 Adj breathing mind (n.) New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek breath seat of intelligence, mind psūkhē
3755 Adj breathing life New Open Show map
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Ancient Greek breath sb's life psūkhē
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