355 shifts found

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5 V to go, walk to find Accepted Open Show map
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Latin venio invenio
7 V to turn, rotate (intr.) to become Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to spin to transform verto
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Latin
German
to turn to become verto werden
11 V to calculate, count to tell Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
German
count speech ratio Rede
13 V to calculate, count to have opinion Accepted Open Show map
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Latin count, calculation thought, reflection ratio
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Latin to calculate to have an opinion puto
16 sweet (taste) lovely Accepted Open Show map
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Latin sweet tender, nice dulcis
34 V to hear / to listen to obey Accepted Open Show map
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Latin listen, hear obey, pay attention to audire
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Latin to listen, to hear to obey audire
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Latin to hear / to listen (esp. attentively) to obey auscultare
41 V to taste to like New Open Show map
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Latin
Italian
gusto gustare
45 V to see/to look at to seem Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to see to seem video videor
46 dog seal (animal) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin dog sea calf canis canis marinus
55 Adj sharp spicy Accepted Open Show map
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Latin sharp (object) spicy (food) acer
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Latin rugged, thorny spicy, tart; sour asper
57 N boy servant Accepted Open Show map
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Latin child, baby; boy young servant, slave puer
58 Adj right (vs. left) skilled Accepted Open Show map
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Latin right dexterous, skilful dexter
62 N summer year Accepted Open Show map
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Latin summer year aestas
63 N storm winter Accepted Open Show map
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Latin windstorm, downpour winter (rainy season) hiems
65 N noon south Accepted Open Show map
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Latin noon, midday South meridies
67 Adj light, bright comprehensible Accepted Open Show map
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Latin light, bright, shining clear, evident, vivid lucidus
68 Adv morning tomorrow Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
French
morning tomorrow mane demain
69 Adj hot recent Accepted Open Show map
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Latin warm, hot fresh calidus (caldus)
73 Adj sweet (taste) fresh (of water) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin sweet sweet water dulcis aqua dulcis
86 Adj to call (somebody), to make respond to cause Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to call to cause vocare provocare
192 sign, designation genitalia Accepted Open Show map
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Latin that which constitues evidence of a fact, indicator a testicle testis testiculus
242 V to grasp, seize to understand Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
Italian
to catch to understand capere capire
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Latin
French
to grasp to understand comprehendere comprendre
259 to crawl snake Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
French
crawling snake serpens serpent
299 Adj naked, bare deprived of, lacking Accepted Open Show map
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Latin naked naked nudus
342 to fall down to decrease drastically Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to fall to go down cado
350 V to fence to defend New Open Show map
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Latin 1) обносить забором, огораживать [Дворецкий 1996: 680] 2) to protect, to guard, to enclose saepio
354 V to strew to pour Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to scatter to pour fundere
393 N arc rainbow Accepted Open Show map
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Latin arc rainbow arcus
415 V to catch to hunt Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
Italian
various meanings related to catching to hunt capto cacciare
421 N <vessel> pelvis Accepted Open Show map
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Latin washing bowl pelvis pelvis
443 N mother womb Accepted Open Show map
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Latin mother pregnant (animal) mater matrix
477 N mouth mouth (of a river) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin mouth creek os, oris
482 N mouth opening, hole Accepted Open Show map
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Latin mouth opening; entrance os
490 N nose cape Suspended Open Show map
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Latin nose cape, sand bank nasus
504 N ear listener New Open Show map
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Latin ear listener (poet.) auris
535 N elbow bend (of a river) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin elbow bend, curve cubitus
548 Adj narrow, close difficult Accepted Open Show map
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Latin gorge awkward situation, difficult sitation angustia
589 Adj <wooden object> fool Accepted Open Show map
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Latin trunk (tree), stump, log fool caudex
597 N substance wood, timber New Open Show map
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Latin
Portuguese
materia madeira
621 N centre loins Accepted Open Show map
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Latin lap centre gremium
625 N noise rumour Accepted Open Show map
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Latin subdued noise, rumble rumour, gossip rumor
638 Adj empty in vain Accepted Open Show map
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Latin empty vain vanum
647 N to play (intr.) joke Accepted Open Show map
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Latin game amusement ludus
667 breathing person Suspended Open Show map
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Latin act of manner of breathing being, creature, person anima
677 tailor's thimble foxglove (Digitalis L.) New Open Show map
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Latin thimble finger flower, digitalis digitale digitalis
678 strength power, authority Accepted Open Show map
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Latin force, might political power, influence potentia
692 V to beat, hit to kill Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to beat, hit to kill caedo
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Latin to beat, to hit, to push to slaughter, to kill, to decapitate ferire
732 N circle knee Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
Spanish
the wheel of a vehicle knee rota rodilla
739 V to lead to govern, control, rule Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to lead, to conduct to head ducere
741 N branch, twig tribe Accepted Open Show map
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Latin branch branch (kinship) ramus
743 V to weigh (intr.) to think Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
French
to weight (objects) to think pendere penser
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Latin to weight to judge, to value ponderare
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Latin to balance to think over, to reflect librare
744 N tongue (body part) speech Accepted Open Show map
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Latin tongue language (speech) lingua
748 N road manner, way Accepted Open Show map
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Latin road, way means via
749 V to blow to breathe Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to blow (of wind) to breathe spiro
757 V to go astray to err, be wrong Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to lose one's way, to get lost to be wrong erro
758 V to fill (tr.) to carry out Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to fill to fulfil, to finish compleo
759 V to turn, rotate (intr.) to feel dizzy Accepted Open Show map
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Latin spinning, going round dizziness vertigo
775 V to cut (tr.) to decide Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to cut, to chop off to decide decido
786 to breathe wind Accepted Open Show map
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Latin breath wind spiritus
798 taste mind (n.) New Open Show map
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Latin to have taste (food) to be intelligent, wise sapio
828 to hold (in hands) to contain Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to take, to get to hold capio
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Latin to hold to contain teneo contineo
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Latin to grasp to maintain, to have comprehendo
846 to fall down to strike (of lightning) New Open Show map
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Latin to fall to strike (lightning) cado
848 Adv evening yesterday Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
Portuguese
at night yesterday ad noctem ontem
849 Adj heavy (of weight) important Accepted Open Show map
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Latin heavy important gravis
851 Adj heavy (of weight) pregnant Accepted Open Show map
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Latin heavy pregnant gravis gravida
855 V to feed to bring up Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to breast feed to bring up, to take care noutrire
869 N hot fever Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to heat fever fovere febris
878 N cattle property, possessions Accepted Open Show map
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Latin cattle possessions, wealth pecus pecunia
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Latin
Breton
golden coin; later - money, possessions cattle solidus saout
887 Adj sharp acute (of sound) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin sharp sharp, argute acer
888 N back (body part) mountain ridge, edge Accepted Open Show map
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Latin back range dorsum
892 Adj deep high (size) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin deep high altus
898 N cheek jaw Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
Italian
jaw cheek maxilla mascella
905 Adj left clumsy Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
Spanish
mraningless, absurd left (hand); awkward absurdus zurdo
913 V to make scratches to draw, paint Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to draw, to engrave to write scribo
926 N barley sty (on the eye) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin barley purulent inflammation fo an oil bag hordeum hordeolum
930 N case, event case (grammar) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin fall, episode case casus
933 N man husband Accepted Open Show map
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Latin man husband vir
934 V to fall down to happen Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to fall to happen, to befall cado
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Latin to fall to happen accido
942 Adj meaningless left New Open Show map
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Latin
Spanish
senseless, meaningless left (hand); awkward absurdus zurdo
943 V to take to buy Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
French
to catch, to seize to buy accaptare acheter
945 N sharp point mountain Suspended Open Show map
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Latin
sharpness spike, blade; mountain range crest acies atta
947 N acorn date (Phoenix dactylifera) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin acorn drupe, stone fruit glans
953 V to see/to look at to hear Accepted Open Show map
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Latin I see I feel, I hear video
958 N mouse muscle Accepted Open Show map
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Latin mouse muscle mus musculus
967 V to stand to cost Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to stand to cost stare constare
969 V to strain to intend Suspended Open Show map
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Latin to draw on, to strain intention intendere intentio
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Latin
Spanish
to draw on, to strain to intend intendere entender
973 V to stand up to revolt, rebel Suspended Open Show map
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Latin to stand up to rebel (against smn) insurgo
975 V to fall down to die, pass away Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to fall to perish, to die cado
977 N <vessel> head Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
French
pot head testa tête
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Latin
Lithuanian
dim. From caucus 'cup' skull caucula kaukolė
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Latin bowl for sacrifices head capis caput
980 V to move quickly to flow Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to run to flow curro
981 V to hope to wait Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
Spanish
to hope to wait spero esperar
982 V to speak to show (tr.) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
Ancient Greek
to speak to show dico δείκνυμι
983 V to slow, linger to inhabit, live Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
French
to delay, to linger to live, to dwell demoror demeurer
995 V to blossom to succeed Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to blossom to prosper, to be strong, rich, powerful floreo
999 N key (of a door) clavicle Suspended Open Show map
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Latin key collar bone clavis clavicula
1004 N mat whore Accepted Open Show map
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Latin skin whore (male or female) scortum
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Latin
Spanish
skin, leather whore pellis pelleja
1005 N head chief (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
French
head chief caput chef
1011 V to press down to print Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
English
to press to print premere print
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Latin
French
to press to print premere imprimer
1043 V to drag to steal Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to draw, to pull to carry away, to take away, to rob trahere
1051 N mind (n.) memory Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
Gothic
intellect, mind, sense memory mens gamunds
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Latin thought; consciousness memory memoria
1062 N dog whore Accepted Open Show map
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Latin she-wolf prostitute lupa
1065 V to bind to oblige Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to tie to bind obligare
1069 V to see/to look at to know Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
Icelandic
to see to know videre vita
1074 V to be born people, nation Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to be born tribe, people nascor natio
1086 girl doll Accepted Open Show map
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Latin girl doll, puppet pupa
1087 V to untie, unbind to solve (a problem) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to untie to solve solvo
1089 V to want to ask, inquire New Open Show map
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Spanish
to want quaero querer
1097 Adj heavy (of weight) to a great extent New Open Show map
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Latin heavy high degree gravis
1113 N taste inclination to smth Accepted Open Show map
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Latin taste inclination to smth gustis
1120 N mask larva Accepted Open Show map
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Latin mask maggot (biol.) larva
1122 Adj near close (of relations) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin next to (preposition) friend am- amicus
1132 V to fall down to flow into Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to fall to fall flowing into (river) cado
1147 N fox (Vulpes vulpes) cunning person Accepted Open Show map
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Latin fox cunning fox vulpes vulpio
1150 Adj low (location) bad (ethically) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin low mean humilis
1153 V to want to hunt Accepted Open Show map
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Latin I solicit for I am hunting uenor
1164 N to suffer to work Accepted Open Show map
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Latin work distress, suffering, pain, disease labor
1166 V>N to chew bit (part of horse harness) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to grind, to gnash (teeth) bar bit frendere freni
1167 V to tremble to fear Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to tremble, to be feverish to be afraid pavitare
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Latin
French
to tremble to be afraid tremere craindre
1170 Adj>N bearded man man Suspended Open Show map
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Latin
Romanian
bearded man barbatus bărbat
1171 N heart location of emotions Accepted Open Show map
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Latin heart heart (the seat of emotion) cor
1173 N height (of a person) age Accepted Open Show map
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German
high, tall age altus Alter
1175 V to cut (tr.) to calculate, count Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to mow to calculate puto
1176 V to see/to look at to envy Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to see envy videre invidia
1184 N wing flank (military) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin wing wing (milit.) ala
1186 Adj long (size) long (period of time) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin long long longus
1194 N <fruit> tonsil Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
French
acorn tonsil glans glande
1197 N tick (Acarina) castor bean (Ricinus communis) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin a species of mite castor ricinus
1203 N nail (body part) hoof Accepted Open Show map
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Latin nail, claw hoof unguis
1206 N hand/arm branch, twig Accepted Open Show map
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Latin arm from the elbow to the hand branch brachium
1211 V to feel thirsty to want Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to feel thirsty to desire, long for sitio
1311 N magpie (Pica pica) talkative person Accepted Open Show map
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Latin magpie chatterbox (f.) pica
1319 to fall down to set (of heavenly bodies) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to fall to go under (sun) occido
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Latin to fall to go under (sun) cado
1330 V>N to burn (tr.) nettle (Urtica) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to burn nettle uro, urere urtica
1335 Adj powerless furious Accepted Open Show map
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Latin weak, strenghtless furious impotens
1336 V>N to plough draught animal Suspended Open Show map
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Latin to plough draught animals arare armentum
1337 N attack (n.) attack of disease Accepted Open Show map
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Latin attack fit, attack (disease) insultus
1341 Adj naked, bare poor Accepted Open Show map
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Latin naked poor nudus
1367 Adj weak stupid Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
French
weak, feeble stupid debilis débile
1369 N step, pace <unit of length> New Open Show map
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Latin step length unit passus
1370 N elbow <unit of length> Accepted Open Show map
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Latin lower part of the arm, elbow cubit (=length unit) ulna
1372 N stick (n.) <unit of length> Accepted Open Show map
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Latin perch, pole, stick length unit (5 feet) pertica
1374 N <thorny plant> goldfinch (Carduelis) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin thistle goldfinch carduus carduelis
1384 V>N to break (tr.) buckthorn (Frangula) New Open Show map
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Latin to break buckthorn frango, frangere frangula
1388 N nettle (Urtica) nettle-rash Accepted Open Show map
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Latin nettle hives urtica urticaria
1391 V to sing to glorify Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to sing to sing, to glorify cano, canere
1398 N cat catnip (Nepeta cataria) Accepted Open Show map
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French
feline Nepeta cataria catarius cataire
1401 V to lose to be defeated Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to lose to be defeated perdo
1405 V to practise witchcraft to charm, to delight Accepted Open Show map
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French
to bewitch to charm, to captivate fascinare fasciner
1411 Adj low (location) meek Accepted Open Show map
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Latin low humble, obedient humilis
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French
low, close to the ground humble humilis humble
1431 white honest New Open Show map
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Latin white honest candidus
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Latin white honest candidus
1432 Adj <vessel> river-bed New Open Show map
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Latin trough river bed alveus
1457 Adj bow (weapon) rainbow New Open Show map
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Latin bow rainbow arcus
1575 grandchild nephew Accepted Open Show map
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Latin grandchild nephew nepotem
1585 Adj manufacturer, producer commodity, goods Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
Russian
manufacturer name toilet bowl Unitas unitaz
1626 short (size) brief Accepted Open Show map
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Latin short brief, short brevis
1643 soul butterfly Accepted Open Show map
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Latin soul night butterfly anima animulus, animula
1646 bone stone (of a fruit) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin bone stone (fruit) os
1647 breathing soul Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to blow, to breathe spirit spirare spiritus
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Latin breath soul anima
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Latin
French
breathing soul anima âme
1665 food meat Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
French
food meat vivenda viande
1669 beard barbel New Open Show map
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Latin beard barbel fish (barbus barbus) barba barbus
1673 bitter bitterling Accepted Open Show map
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Latin bitter bitterling amarus
1683 <governor> goldcrest Accepted Open Show map
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Latin king kinglet rex regulus
1690 to grasp, seize to light, to kindle New Open Show map
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Latin
Romanian
to grasp, to catch to light (fire), to switch on light apprehendere a aprinde
1692 to fall down to fall (of rain, snow) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to fall to fall (snow, rain) cado
1696 to live food Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to live food vivere victualia
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Latin
Old Irish
to live food vivere biad
1700 to live animal Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
Romanian
жизнь cattle (mostly cows) vita vită
1701 breathing animal Accepted Open Show map
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Latin breath animal anima animal, -ālis
1706 wood-louse pig (Sus scrofa) New Open Show map
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Latin pig wood louse porcellus porcellio
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Latin
Spanish
wood lice (pl) pig cutiones cochino
1713 snake eel (Anguilla anguilla) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin snake eel anguis anguilla
1760 part body part New Open Show map
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Latin part body part membrum
1773 Adj can, to be able strong Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to be in power, to be able to be strong valeo
1793 man brave Accepted Open Show map
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Latin man virility, courage vir virtus
1800 tail penis Accepted Open Show map
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Latin tail penis cauda
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Latin a tail the male sexual organ, penis penis
1804 Adj to be awake to guard New Open Show map
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Latin to be awake, vigilant guard vigilo vigilia
1808 moon mad New Open Show map
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Latin moon sleep-walker, epileptic, madman luna lunaticus
1816 Adj to hang to depend Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
French
to hang to depend dependere dépendre
1861 heavy (of weight) low (of voice) New Open Show map
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Latin heavy low pitched, rich, hollow gravis
1866 Adj moon menstruation Accepted Open Show map
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Latin monthly; one month long menstrual flux menstruus menstrua
1868 Adj road Milky Way Accepted Open Show map
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Latin road Milky Way via via lactea
1980 ship, vessel to sail Suspended Open Show map
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Latin boat to go by boat navis navigare
1992 field battle New Open Show map
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Latin
Old English
field battle campus camp
2043 thick fat (adj.)(of a person) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin thick, fat fat, obese crassus
2044 thick dense, thick (liquid) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin thick, fat thick (liquid) crassus
2068 to rise (of heavenly bodies) east New Open Show map
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Latin dawn, sunrise east oriens
2072 fruit child Suspended Open Show map
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Latin fruit foetus fructus
2108 Adj amber electricity Accepted Open Show map
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Latin amber electric electricus
2120 to come to happen Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to come to happen advenio
2136 Adj to speak to foretell New Open Show map
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Latin foretell, advise, give notice dicere prædicere
2155 <foreigner> giant Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
Bulgarian
residents of Latium, late romans giants latini
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Latin
Old East Slavic
a tribe that lived in the Black Sea region. It was conquered by the Goths in the II century giant spali исполинъ
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Latin
Ukrainian
a west slavonic tribe giant Veletabi велет, велетень
2173 lung medusa, jellyfish New Open Show map
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Latin lung a lung-like marine creature, app. a kind of jellyfish pulmo, -onis
2174 to fear to respect Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to fear, to be afraid to respect, to honour vereror, -ēri
2202 cauldron cannon (weapon) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
Dutch
mortar mortar mortarium mortier
2205 Adj child sucker (botany) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin that which is born, an offspring (usu. of beasts, occ. of human beings), the young (of an animal), the children (of a parent), the young born at one time, brood, litter; the young while still in the womb an offshoot, branch, sucker, sapling, etc., produced by a plant fetus
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Latin
Old Welsh
plant children planta plant
2260 Adj to fall down to coincide Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to fall to fall (on a date), to coincide cado
2308 Adj to hang to weigh (intr.) New Open Show map
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Latin to hang weight pendo pondus
2313 to answer to be responsible for New Open Show map
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Latin
French
to answer responsible respondere responsible
2335 cavity, hollow sinus (math.) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin изогнутость, кривизна, пазуха, залив, карман sinus
2359 to deliver (a child) parents Accepted Open Show map
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Latin bear, beget parents parere parentes
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Latin beget begetter, father gignere genitor
2366 fire inflammation Accepted Open Show map
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Latin fire high temperature, fever ignis
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Latin flame, fire inflammation (med.) flamma inflammatio
2373 winter year Accepted Open Show map
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Latin winter year hiems
2393 to beat, hit to be at war Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to pummel to fight pugnare
2397 to greet to kiss Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
Romanian
to greet to kiss salutare a săruta
2400 earth person New Open Show map
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Latin humus homo
2407 pigeon (Columba) maize New Open Show map
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Latin
Montenegrin
pigeon corn, maize columba colomboć
2411 Adj arc bow (weapon) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin arc bow arcus
2418 beech oak New Open Show map
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Latin
Old English
beech oak fagus φηγός
2467 <tree> spear Accepted Open Show map
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Latin cornel spear, dogwood dart cornus
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Latin fur tree spear abies
2472 to sit ambush, embuscade Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to sit ambush sedere insidiae
2478 cheek shield New Open Show map
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Latin
Old French
cheek shield buccula bocler
2480 firm, solid fortress Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
Old French
hard, firm, solid, strong strength fortis fortelece
2492 <name of person> <governor> Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
Gothic
emperor Caesar Kaisar
2522 resin; pitch, tar hell New Open Show map
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Latin
Church Slavonic
resin hell picula пькълъ
2524 to live to plough New Open Show map
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Latin to dwell, to live, to populate to work, to cultivate (land) colo, colere
2525 to dig to bury Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
Latvian
to dig to bury fodio, fodere bedu, best
2545 Adj low (location) contemptible Suspended Open Show map
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Latin low poor, ignoble humilis
2579 Adj to arrange into a line poetry New Open Show map
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Latin furrow, row, line verse, poem versus
2603 to stand to come to end, to ceise New Open Show map
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Latin to stand to stop consisto
2606 to put to establish, found Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to put to found statuere
2622 stone, rock to calculate, count New Open Show map
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Latin pebble 'cчитать' calculus calculare
2625 Adj to mix, stir to spoil New Open Show map
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Latin turbo
2627 door on the outside Accepted Open Show map
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Latin door outside, in the street foris
2628 door foreign New Open Show map
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Latin door foreign foris foraneus
2632 to thrust (into) to sting Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to jab to bite pungo, -ere
2633 to promise to answer New Open Show map
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Latin to take an oath to respond spondeo, -ere respondeo, -ere
2646 to unwind to develop Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
Italian
unwrap to develop evolvo, -ere evolvere
2647 <vessel> ship, vessel Accepted Open Show map
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Latin trough boat, canoe alveus
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Latin trough boat linter
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Latin small vase or urn a ship vascellum
2651 Adj to feel hunger to want Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to be hungry to want, desire, long for esurio
2673 Adj head money Accepted Open Show map
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Latin head capital caput
2679 <animal> fool Accepted Open Show map
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Latin cuckoo ninny, dupe cuculus
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Latin mule fool, blockhead mulus
2683 light, bright loud Accepted Open Show map
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Latin clear in colour clear in sound clarus
2702 snail spoon New Open Show map
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Latin snail small spoon, with a sharp tip, used for eating eggs and snails coc(h)lea coc(h)leare, coc(h)learium
2703 to lick spoon New Open Show map
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Latin to lick spoon lingere ligula, lingula
2706 to go up dough New Open Show map
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Latin
Romanian
risen dough allevatum aluat
2707 table; desk meal (process) New Open Show map
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Latin table meal mensa
2714 liver location of emotions Accepted Open Show map
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Latin liver liver as the seat of passion jecur
2715 back (body part) surface New Open Show map
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Latin back surface dorsum
2731 board, plank table; desk New Open Show map
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Latin
Italian
plate, tablet table tabula tavola
2734 affair commerce, business Accepted Open Show map
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Latin occupation, job trade negotium
2759 horseman, rider of high rank Accepted Open Show map
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Latin horseman member of the equites eques
2770 sizing tool rule, regulations Accepted Open Show map
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Latin bar, ruler norm, rule regula
2771 to be born birthmark New Open Show map
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Latin to give birth to birthmark gigno, -ere naevus
2772 ship, vessel shuttle (weaving instrument) New Open Show map
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Latin small ship shuttle (loom) navicula
2776 bird omen New Open Show map
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Latin bird sign, mark avis
2783 Adj to move, to shift, to transfer to translate Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
English
translated to translate translatus translate
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Latin to transfer, to move to translate traduco, -ere
2804 Adj gold money Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
Swedish
gold oere aurum öre
2816 bald skull New Open Show map
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Latin bald skull calvus calva
2820 head ear, spike (of a grain plant) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
Occitan
small head corn head capitulum cabelh
2855 to grow up young man New Open Show map
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Latin to grow young, young man adolesco adulescens
2870 long (size) far away Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
French
long far longus loin
2881 Adj thick big Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
German
fat, rough huge, extreme, remarkable crassus krass
2882 little, small minute New Open Show map
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Latin
French
small minute minutus minute
2921 <animal> instrument, tool New Open Show map
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Latin wild donkey stone fougasse onager
2988 owner woman New Open Show map
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Latin
Italian
the master of a household, estate, or other property, owner, proprietor woman dominus donna
2990 Adj numerous long (size) New Open Show map
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Latin
Spanish
1) Munificent, generous, bountiful, lavish; 2) Furnished liberally, plentiful, bounteous, unstinted, copious long largus largo
2991 Adj numerous wide, broad New Open Show map
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Latin
Italian
1) Munificent, generous, bountiful, lavish; 2) Furnished liberally, plentiful, bounteous, unstinted, copious wide largus largo
2992 slow (adj.) dense, thick (liquid) New Open Show map
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Latin (of progress, etc.) Laborious, sluggish, slow (of substances) dense, solid, compact, (of liquids) thick, viscous spissus
2995 stick (n.) trunk (of a tree) New Open Show map
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Latin
French
a stick, rod Tronc d'arbre dans sa partie droite et dépourvue de branches fustis fût
2996 work (n.) grain, seed New Open Show map
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Latin
Catalan
work, labour, toil grain, seed labor llavor
2997 Adj throat mouth New Open Show map
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Latin
Romanian
the throat with its passages mouth gula gură
3014 to chew to eat New Open Show map
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Latin to chew, masticate to eat manduco
3015 to taste to know New Open Show map
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Latin to taste to be intelligent, show good sense, to know, understand sapio
3043 Adj dark (adj.) fearful, dreadful New Open Show map
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Latin black, dark-coloured terrible in appearance or aspect, frightful, dreadful ater atrox
3052 Adj to grow numb stupid New Open Show map
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Latin to be or become physically powerless, numb, paralysed, or sim.; be deprived of one's faculties foolish, dull-witted, brainless stupeo stupidus
3064 to kiss to copulate New Open Show map
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Latin
French
to kiss to fuck basio baiser
3071 <orthopteran> <bird> Accepted Open Show map
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Latin locust Pallas' Grasshopper Warbler locusta locustella
3073 bile, gall poison Accepted Open Show map
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Latin bile poison fel
3081 single-eyed squint-eyed New Open Show map
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Latin one-eyed squint eyed luscus
3082 fireplace fire New Open Show map
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Latin fireplace fire focus
3083 enemy war New Open Show map
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Latin enemy military campaign hostis
3084 weather bad weather New Open Show map
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Latin
Italian
weather storm tempeatas tempesta
3086 to pay to calm down New Open Show map
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Latin to pay to calm down, to silence pacare
3087 to change money to change (tr.) New Open Show map
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Latin to change to change cambiare
3088 to kill to sink (tr.) New Open Show map
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Latin
French
to kill to sink necare noyer
3089 spring (season) summer New Open Show map
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Latin
Romanian
spring summer ver vară
3090 swamp forest New Open Show map
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Latin
Romanian
swamp, marsh forest paludem pădure
3091 look (n.) face New Open Show map
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Latin
Old French
look, gaze face visus vis
3092 beak face New Open Show map
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Latin
Spanish
beak face rostrum rostro
3093 unhappy leprous New Open Show map
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Latin
Old French
unhappy leprous misellus mesel
3095 hot necessary New Open Show map
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Latin
Old French
to be hot necessary calere chaut
3112 fruit result, outcome Accepted Open Show map
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Latin fruit result fructus
3125 rural vulgar Accepted Open Show map
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Latin rural clumsy, awkward, rude rusticus
3126 urban cultivated New Open Show map
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Latin city, town courtesy, amiability civitas civilitas
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Latin urban life (mainly Roman) culture, education, breeding, good manners, urbanitas
3140 bitter yellow New Open Show map
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Latin
Spanish
bitter yellow amarus amarillo
3143 clasp, buckle fibula (anat.) New Open Show map
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Latin pin, buckle calf bone (anat.) fibula
3154 <foreigner> rooster New Open Show map
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Latin gall cock gallus
3166 Adj to sing rooster Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
Gothic
to sing cock cano hana
3211 foot/leg plantain (Plantago) New Open Show map
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Latin foot, sole ribwort planta plantago
3221 Adj lord god Accepted Open Show map
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Latin dominus
3231 spindle spindle (Euonymus) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin
French
spindle spindle wood fusus fusain
3282 Adj <measure of weight> <money> Accepted Open Show map
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Latin uncia
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Latin siliqua
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Latin
Italian
weight unit money unit libra lira
3287 yoke yoke (figuratively) Accepted Open Show map
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Latin a yoke by which a plough, chariot or sim. is drawn (in fig. context) a yoke of bondage, subjection or sim. iugum
3292 <numeral> <military rank> Accepted Open Show map
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Latin hundred military rank centum centurio, ōnis
3299 belly to be angry New Open Show map
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Latin stomach to be angry, annoyed stomachus stomachari
3341 sign, omen monster New Open Show map
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Latin sign monster monstrum
3358 to sing to practise witchcraft New Open Show map
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Latin to sing to conjure canto, cantare
3425 empty naked, bare Accepted Open Show map
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Latin empty naked nudus
3445 Adj alone only, just Accepted Open Show map
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Latin alone only, just solus
3451 Adj naked, bare only, just New Open Show map
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Latin naked only nudus nudum
3452 naked, bare bold, insolent New Open Show map
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Latin naked insolent nudus
3485 to hang to be suspended New Open Show map
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Latin to hang (intr.) to be interrupted (action) pendeo
3503 Adj to see/to look at to visit Accepted Open Show map
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Latin to see, notice, observe to go to see, come to inspect videre visitare
3574 loins genitalia New Open Show map
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Latin lap vagina gremium
3596 tongue (body part) cape New Open Show map
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Latin tongue cape lingua
3602 day today New Open Show map
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Latin day today dies hodie
3606 Adj womb inside New Open Show map
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Latin
Russian
womb inside uter vnutri
3619 strong healthy New Open Show map
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Latin strong healthy validus
3685 to untie, unbind to explain Accepted Open Show map
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Latin untie to explain absolvo
3745 Adj eyelid eyelash New Open Show map
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Latin eyelid eyelash cilium
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Latin
Occitan
eyelid eyelash palpebra parpèlha
3753 Adj breathing smell New Open Show map
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Latin breath smell spiritus
3756 Adj breathing sigh New Open Show map
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Latin act of manner of breathing sigh spiritus
3771 Adj to hear / to listen fame New Open Show map
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Latin to hear / to listen to have a reputation, to pass for; to be reputed clueo
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