429 shifts found

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0005 V to go, walk to find Accepted Open Show map
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venio invenio 245 Latin
0007 V to turn, rotate (intr.) to become Accepted Open Show map
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verto verto to spin 245 Latin
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verto werden to turn 169 German
0011 V to calculate, count to tell Accepted Open Show map
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ratio Rede count 169 German
0013 V to calculate, count to have opinion Accepted Open Show map
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ratio ratio count, calculation 245 Latin
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puto puto to calculate 245 Latin
0016 sweet (taste) lovely Accepted Open Show map
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dulcis dulcis sweet 245 Latin
0034 V to hear / to listen to obey Accepted Open Show map
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audire audire to listen, to hear 245 Latin
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auscultare auscultare to hear / to listen (esp. attentively) 245 Latin
0045 V to see/to look at to seem Accepted Open Show map
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video videor to see 245 Latin
0046 dog seal (animal) Accepted Open Show map
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canis canis marinus dog 245 Latin
0055 Adj sharp spicy Accepted Open Show map
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acer acer sharp (object) 245 Latin
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asper asper rugged, thorny 245 Latin
0057 N boy servant Accepted Open Show map
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puer puer child, baby; boy 245 Latin
0058 Adj right (vs. left) competent Accepted Open Show map
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dexter dexter right 245 Latin
0062 N summer year Accepted Open Show map
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aestas aestas summer 245 Latin
0063 N storm winter Accepted Open Show map
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hiems hiems windstorm, downpour 245 Latin
0065 N noon south Accepted Open Show map
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meridies meridies noon, midday 245 Latin
0067 Adj light (of colour) comprehensible Accepted Open Show map
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lucidus lucidus light, bright, shining 245 Latin
0068 Adv morning tomorrow Accepted Open Show map
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mane demain morning 159 French
0069 Adj hot recent Accepted Open Show map
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calidus (caldus) calidus (caldus) warm, hot 245 Latin
0073 Adj sweet (taste) fresh (of water) Accepted Open Show map
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dulcis aqua dulcis sweet 245 Latin
0079 to turn, rotate (tr.) to distort Accepted Open Show map
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perverto perverto to turn over 245 Latin
0086 Adj to call (somebody), to call for to cause Accepted Open Show map
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vocare provocare to call 245 Latin
0137 to suffer to endure Accepted Open Show map
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patior patior to suffer, to undergo 245 Latin
0184 Adj to sleep to copulate Accepted Open Show map
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cubo cubo to lie down or to be lying down, recline, to be in bed or on one's couch; to take one's rest, to sleep; to retire for the night 245 Latin
0192 sign, designation genitalia Accepted Open Show map
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testis testiculus that which constitues evidence of a fact, indicator 245 Latin
0242 V to grasp, seize to understand Accepted Open Show map
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capere capire to catch 161 Italian
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comprehendere comprendre to grasp 159 French
0259 to crawl snake Accepted Open Show map
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serpens serpent crawling 159 French
0265 to go down to begin New Open Show map
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accido accido to go down 245 Latin
0299 Adj naked, bare deprived of, lacking Accepted Open Show map
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nudus nudus naked 245 Latin
0342 to fall down to decrease drastically Accepted Open Show map
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cado cado to fall 245 Latin
0350 V to fence to defend New Open Show map
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saepio saepio 1) обносить забором, огораживать [Дворецкий 1996: 680] 245 Latin
0354 V to strew to pour Accepted Open Show map
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fundere fundere to scatter 245 Latin
0393 N arc rainbow Accepted Open Show map
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arcus arcus arc 245 Latin
0415 V to catch to hunt Accepted Open Show map
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capto cacciare various meanings related to catching 161 Italian
0421 N <vessel> pelvis Accepted Open Show map
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pelvis pelvis washing bowl 245 Latin
0425 N shoulder mountain slope New Open Show map
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umerus umerus upper part of the arm, shoulder 245 Latin
0443 N mother womb Accepted Open Show map
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mater matrix mother 245 Latin
0477 N mouth mouth (of a river) Accepted Open Show map
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os, oris os, oris mouth 245 Latin
0482 N mouth opening, hole Accepted Open Show map
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os os mouth 245 Latin
0490 N nose cape Accepted Open Show map
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nasus nasus nose 245 Latin
0504 N ear listener Accepted* Open Show map
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auris auris ear 245 Latin
0535 N elbow bend (of a river) Accepted Open Show map
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cubitus cubitus elbow 245 Latin
0548 Adj narrow, close difficult Accepted Open Show map
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angustia angustia gorge 245 Latin
0589 Adj <wooden object> fool Accepted Open Show map
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caudex caudex trunk (tree), stump, log 245 Latin
0597 N substance wood, timber New Open Show map
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materia madeira 117 Portuguese
0621 N centre loins Accepted Open Show map
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gremium gremium lap 245 Latin
0625 N noise rumour Accepted Open Show map
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rumor rumor subdued noise, rumble 245 Latin
0638 Adj empty in vain Accepted Open Show map
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vanum vanum empty 245 Latin
0647 N to play (intr.) joke Accepted Open Show map
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ludus ludus game 245 Latin
0667 breathing person New Open Show map
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anima anima act of manner of breathing 245 Latin
0677 tailor's thimble foxglove (Digitalis L.) Accepted Open Show map
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digitale digitalis thimble 245 Latin
0678 strength power, authority Accepted Open Show map
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potentia potentia force, might 245 Latin
0692 V to beat, hit to kill Accepted Open Show map
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caedo caedo to beat, hit 245 Latin
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ferire ferire to beat, to hit, to push 245 Latin
0732 N circle knee Accepted Open Show map
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rota rodilla the wheel of a vehicle 158 Spanish
0739 V to lead to govern, control, rule Accepted Open Show map
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ducere ducere to lead, to conduct 245 Latin
0741 N branch, twig tribe Accepted Open Show map
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ramus ramus branch 245 Latin
0743 V to weigh (intr.) to think Accepted Open Show map
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pendere penser to weight (objects) 159 French
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ponderare ponderare to weight 245 Latin
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librare librare to balance 245 Latin
0744 N tongue (body part) speech Accepted Open Show map
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lingua lingua tongue 245 Latin
0748 N road manner, way Accepted Open Show map
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via via road, way 245 Latin
0749 V to blow to breathe Accepted Open Show map
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spiro spiro to blow (of wind) 245 Latin
0757 V to lose one's way to err, be wrong Accepted Open Show map
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erro erro to lose one's way, to get lost 245 Latin
0758 V to fill (tr.) to carry out Accepted Open Show map
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compleo compleo to fill 245 Latin
0759 V to turn, rotate (intr.) to feel dizzy Accepted Open Show map
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vertigo vertigo spinning, going round 245 Latin
0775 V to cut (tr.) to decide Accepted Open Show map
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decido decido to cut, to chop off 245 Latin
0786 to breathe wind Accepted Open Show map
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spiritus spiritus breath 245 Latin
0798 taste mind (n.) Accepted* Open Show map
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sapio sapio to have taste (food) 245 Latin
0812 wax yellow Accepted Open Show map
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cera cereus wax 245 Latin
0822 worm red Accepted Open Show map
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vermiculus vermeil little worm (→ the scarlet worm, Vulg. Exod. 35, 25; cf. Hier. Ep. 64, 19) 226 Old French
0824 saffron (Crocus sativus) yellow Accepted Open Show map
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crocum groc saffron (Crocus sativus) 312 Catalan
0828 to hold (in hands) to contain Accepted Open Show map
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capio capio to take, to get 245 Latin
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teneo contineo to hold 245 Latin
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comprehendo comprehendo to grasp 245 Latin
0846 to fall down to strike (of lightning) Accepted Open Show map
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cado, cadere cado, cadere to fall over, to be felled, to fall to earth 245 Latin
0848 Adv evening yesterday Accepted Open Show map
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ad noctem ontem at night 117 Portuguese
0849 Adj heavy (of weight) important Accepted Open Show map
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gravis gravis heavy 245 Latin
0851 Adj heavy (of weight) pregnant Accepted Open Show map
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gravis gravida heavy 245 Latin
0855 V to feed to bring up Accepted Open Show map
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noutrire noutrire to breast feed 245 Latin
0869 N hot fever Accepted Open Show map
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fovere febris to heat 245 Latin
0878 N cattle property, possessions Accepted Open Show map
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pecus pecunia cattle 245 Latin
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solidus saout golden coin; later - money, possessions 209 Breton
0887 Adj sharp acute (of sound) Accepted Open Show map
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acer acer sharp 245 Latin
0888 N back (body part) mountain ridge, edge Accepted Open Show map
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dorsum dorsum back 245 Latin
0892 Adj deep tall Accepted Open Show map
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altus altus deep 245 Latin
0898 N cheek jaw Accepted Open Show map
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maxilla mascella jaw 161 Italian
0905 Adj left clumsy Accepted Open Show map
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absurdus zurdo mraningless, absurd 158 Spanish
0913 V to make scratches to draw, paint Accepted Open Show map
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scribo scribo to draw, to engrave 245 Latin
0926 N barley sty (on the eye) Accepted Open Show map
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hordeum hordeolum barley 245 Latin
0930 N to fall down case (grammar) Accepted Open Show map
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casus casus fall, episode 245 Latin
0933 N man husband Accepted Open Show map
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vir vir man 245 Latin
0934 V to fall down to happen Accepted Open Show map
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cado cado to fall 245 Latin
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accido accido to fall 245 Latin
0942 Adj meaningless left New Open Show map
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absurdus zurdo senseless, meaningless 158 Spanish
0943 V to take to buy Accepted Open Show map
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accaptare acheter to catch, to seize 159 French
0945 N sharp point mountain New Open Show map
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acies atta sharpness 256
0947 N acorn date (Phoenix dactylifera) Accepted Open Show map
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glans glans acorn 245 Latin
0953 V to see/to look at to hear / to listen Accepted Open Show map
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video video to see 245 Latin
0958 N mouse muscle Accepted Open Show map
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mus musculus mouse 245 Latin
0967 V to stand to cost Accepted Open Show map
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stare constare to stand 245 Latin
0969 V to strain to intend New Open Show map
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intendere intentio to draw on, to strain 245 Latin
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intendere entender to draw on, to strain 158 Spanish
0970 V to strain to understand Single Open Show map
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intendo, intendere intendo, intendere to strain 44 Medieval Latin
0973 V to stand up to revolt, rebel Accepted Open Show map
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insurgo insurgo to stand up 245 Latin
0975 V to fall down to die Accepted Open Show map
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cado cado to fall 245 Latin
0977 N <vessel> head Accepted Open Show map
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testa tête pot 159 French
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caucula kaukolė dim. From caucus 'cup' 126 Lithuanian
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capis caput bowl for sacrifices 245 Latin
0980 V to move quickly to flow Accepted Open Show map
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curro curro to run 245 Latin
0981 V to hope to wait Accepted Open Show map
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spero esperar to hope 158 Spanish
0982 V to speak to show (tr.) Accepted Open Show map
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dico δείκνυμι to speak 116 Ancient Greek
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dico indico to speak 245 Latin
0983 V to slow, linger to inhabit, live Accepted Open Show map
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demoror demeurer to delay, to linger 159 French
0988 V to thrust (into) to practice witchcraft Accepted Open Show map
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dēfīgo, dēfīgere dēfīgo, dēfīgere to fix by thrusting down into something, to stick (a weapon in someone) 245 Latin
0995 V to blossom to succeed Accepted Open Show map
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floreo floreo to blossom 245 Latin
0999 N key (of a door) clavicle New Open Show map
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clavis clavicula key 245 Latin
1004 N mat whore Accepted Open Show map
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scortum scortum skin 245 Latin
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pellis pelleja skin, leather 158 Spanish
1005 N head boss Accepted Open Show map
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caput chef head 159 French
1011 V to press down to print Accepted Open Show map
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premere print to press 153 English
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premere imprimer to press 159 French
1040 V to spring, jump to dance Accepted Open Show map
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salio, salire salto, saltare to spring, leap 245 Latin
1043 V to drag to steal Accepted Open Show map
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trahere trahere to draw, to pull 245 Latin
1051 N mind (n.) memory Accepted Open Show map
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mens gamunds intellect, mind, sense 228 Gothic
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memoria memoria thought; consciousness 245 Latin
1062 N dog whore Accepted Open Show map
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lupa lupa she-wolf 245 Latin
1065 V to bind to oblige Accepted Open Show map
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obligare obligare to tie 245 Latin
1069 V to see/to look at to know Accepted Open Show map
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videre vita to see 252 Icelandic
1074 V to be born people, nation Accepted Open Show map
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nascor natio to be born 245 Latin
1086 girl doll Accepted Open Show map
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pupa pupa girl 245 Latin
1087 V to untie, unbind to solve (a problem) Accepted Open Show map
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solvo solvo to untie 245 Latin
1089 V to want to ask, inquire Accepted Open Show map
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quaero querer to ask, inquire 158 Spanish
1097 Adj heavy (of weight) very Accepted Open Show map
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gravis gravis heavy 245 Latin
1113 N taste inclination to smth Accepted Open Show map
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gustis gustis taste 245 Latin
1120 N mask larva Accepted Open Show map
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larva larva mask 245 Latin
1122 Adj near close (of relations) Accepted Open Show map
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am- amicus next to (preposition) 245 Latin
1132 V to fall down to flow into Accepted Open Show map
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cado cado to fall 245 Latin
1139 Adj wild, untamed wild (of a person) New Open Show map
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agrestis agrestis not tamed or domesticated (of animals) 245 Latin
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ferus ferus undomesticated, not tame, wild 245 Latin
1147 N fox (Vulpes vulpes) cunning person Accepted Open Show map
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vulpes vulpio fox 245 Latin
1150 Adj low (location) bad (ethically) Accepted Open Show map
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humilis humilis low 245 Latin
1153 V to want to hunt Accepted Open Show map
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uenor uenor I solicit for 245 Latin
1164 N to suffer to work Accepted Open Show map
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labor labor work 245 Latin
1166 V>N to chew bit (part of horse harness) Accepted Open Show map
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frendere freni to grind, to gnash (teeth) 245 Latin
1167 V to tremble to fear Accepted Open Show map
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pavitare pavitare to tremble, to be feverish 245 Latin
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tremere craindre to tremble 159 French
1170 Adj>N bearded man man Single Open Show map
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barbatus bărbat bearded 139 Romanian
1171 N heart location of emotions Accepted Open Show map
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cor cor heart 245 Latin
1173 N height (of a person) age Accepted Open Show map
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altus Alter high, tall 169 German
1175 V to cut (tr.) to calculate, count Accepted Open Show map
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puto puto to mow 245 Latin
1176 V to see/to look at to envy Accepted Open Show map
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videre invidia to see 245 Latin
1184 N wing flank (military) Accepted Open Show map
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ala ala wing 245 Latin
1186 Adj long (size) long (period of time) Accepted Open Show map
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longus longus having (great) linear extent, long 245 Latin
1194 N <fruit> tonsil Accepted Open Show map
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glans glande acorn 159 French
1197 N tick (Acarina) castor bean (Ricinus communis) Accepted Open Show map
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ricinus ricinus a species of mite 245 Latin
1203 N nail (body part) hoof Accepted Open Show map
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unguis unguis nail, claw 245 Latin
1206 N hand/arm branch, twig Accepted Open Show map
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brachium brachium arm from the elbow to the hand 245 Latin
1211 V to feel thirsty to want Accepted Open Show map
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sitio sitio to feel thirsty 245 Latin
1311 N magpie (Pica pica) talkative person Accepted Open Show map
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pica pica magpie 245 Latin
1319 to fall down to set (of heavenly bodies) Accepted Open Show map
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occido occido to fall 245 Latin
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cado cado to fall 245 Latin
1330 V>N to burn (tr.) nettle (Urtica) Accepted Open Show map
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uro, urere urtica to burn 245 Latin
1335 Adj powerless furious Accepted Open Show map
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impotens impotens weak, strenghtless 245 Latin
1336 V>N to plough draught animal Suspended Open Show map
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arare armentum to plough 245 Latin
1337 N attack (n.) attack of disease Accepted Open Show map
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insultus insultus attack 245 Latin
1341 Adj naked, bare poor Accepted Open Show map
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nudus nudus naked 245 Latin
1367 Adj weak stupid Accepted Open Show map
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debilis débile weak, feeble 159 French
1369 N step, pace <unit of length> Accepted Open Show map
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passus passus step, pace, stride 245 Latin
1370 N elbow <unit of length> Accepted Open Show map
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ulna ulna lower part of the arm, elbow 245 Latin
1372 N stick (n.) <unit of length> Accepted Open Show map
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pertica pertica perch, pole, stick 245 Latin
1374 N <thorny plant> goldfinch (Carduelis) Accepted Open Show map
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carduus carduelis thistle 245 Latin
1384 V>N to break (tr.) buckthorn (Frangula) New Open Show map
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frango, frangere frangula to break 245 Latin
1388 N nettle (Urtica) nettle-rash Accepted Open Show map
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urtica urticaria nettle 245 Latin
1391 V to sing to glorify Accepted Open Show map
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cano, canere cano, canere to sing 245 Latin
1398 N cat catnip (Nepeta cataria) Accepted Open Show map
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catarius cataire feline 159 French
1401 V to lose to be defeated Accepted Open Show map
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perdo perdo to lose 245 Latin
1405 V to conjure to charm, to delight Accepted Open Show map
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fascinare fasciner to bewitch 159 French
1411 Adj low (location) meek Accepted Open Show map
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humilis humilis low 245 Latin
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humilis humble low, close to the ground 159 French
1431 white honest Accepted Open Show map
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candidus candidus white 245 Latin
1432 Adj trough river-bed Accepted Open Show map
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alveus alveus trough 245 Latin
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calix cauce cup, chalice; cooking pot 158 Spanish
1437 to see/to look at to act according to Accepted Open Show map
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observo observo to watch, to keep an eye on, to observe, to give attention to 245 Latin
1457 Adj bow (weapon) rainbow Accepted Open Show map
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arcus arcus bow 245 Latin
1575 grandchild nephew Accepted Open Show map
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nepotem nepotem grandchild 245 Latin
1585 Adj manufacturer, producer commodity, goods Accepted Open Show map
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Unitas unitaz manufacturer name 157 Russian
1626 short (size) brief Accepted Open Show map
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brevis brevis short 245 Latin
1643 soul butterfly Accepted Open Show map
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anima animulus, animula soul 245 Latin
1646 bone stone (of a fruit) Accepted Open Show map
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os os bone 245 Latin
1647 breathing soul Accepted Open Show map
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spirare spiritus to blow, to breathe 245 Latin
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anima anima breath 245 Latin
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anima âme breathing 159 French
1665 food meat Accepted Open Show map
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vivenda viande food 159 French
1669 beard barbel New Open Show map
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barba barbus beard 245 Latin
1673 bitter bitterling Accepted Open Show map
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amarus amarus bitter 245 Latin
1683 monarch goldcrest Accepted Open Show map
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rex regulus king 245 Latin
1690 to grasp, seize to light, to kindle (the fire) New Open Show map
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apprehendere a aprinde to grasp, to catch 139 Romanian
1692 to fall down to fall (of rain, snow) Accepted Open Show map
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cado cado to fall 245 Latin
1696 to live food Accepted Open Show map
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vivere victualia to live 245 Latin
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vivere biad to live 229 Old Irish
1700 to live animal Accepted Open Show map
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vita vită жизнь 139 Romanian
1701 breathing animal Accepted Open Show map
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anima animal, -ālis breath 245 Latin
1706 wood-louse pig (Sus scrofa) New Open Show map
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porcellus porcellio pig 245 Latin
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cutiones cochino wood lice (pl) 158 Spanish
1713 snake eel (Anguilla anguilla) Accepted Open Show map
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anguis anguilla snake 245 Latin
1760 part body part Accepted* Open Show map
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membrum membrum part 245 Latin
1773 Adj can, to be able strong Accepted Open Show map
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valeo valeo to be in power, to be able 245 Latin
1793 man brave Accepted Open Show map
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vir virtus man 245 Latin
1800 tail penis Accepted Open Show map
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cauda cauda tail 245 Latin
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penis penis a tail 245 Latin
1804 Adj to be awake to guard Accepted* Open Show map
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vigilo vigilia to be awake, vigilant 245 Latin
1808 moon insane Accepted Open Show map
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luna lunaticus moon 245 Latin
1816 Adj to hang to depend Accepted Open Show map
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dependere dépendre to hang 159 French
1861 heavy (of weight) bass, low-pitched voice New Open Show map
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gravis gravis heavy 245 Latin
1866 Adj moon menstruation Accepted Open Show map
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menstruus menstrua monthly; one month long 245 Latin
1868 Adj road Milky Way Accepted Open Show map
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via via lactea road 245 Latin
1960 soldier pawn (in chess) Accepted Open Show map
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pedes pedes soldier 245 Latin
1980 ship, vessel to sail Suspended Open Show map
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navis navigare boat 245 Latin
1992 field battle Accepted* Open Show map
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campus camp field 114 Old English
2029 to stand up to be resurrected Accepted Open Show map
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surgere resurrectio to rise 245 Latin
2043 thick fat (adj.)(of a person) Accepted Open Show map
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crassus crassus thick, fat 245 Latin
2044 thick dense, thick (liquid) Accepted Open Show map
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crassus crassus thick, fat 245 Latin
2068 to rise (of heavenly bodies) east Accepted* Open Show map
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oriens oriens dawn, sunrise 245 Latin
2072 fruit child Accepted* Open Show map
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fructus fructus fruit 245 Latin
2108 Adj amber electricity Accepted Open Show map
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electricus electricus amber 245 Latin
2120 to come to happen Accepted Open Show map
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advenio advenio to come 245 Latin
2136 Adj to speak to foresee New Open Show map
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dicere prædicere 245 Latin
2150 Adj to swim to fly New Open Show map
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no, nare / nato, natare no, nare / nato, natare to swim; (of things) to be carried on the surface of water, float; also of ships and of their passengers 245 Latin
2155 <foreigner> giant Accepted Open Show map
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latini latini residents of Latium, late romans 110 Bulgarian
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spali исполинъ a tribe that lived in the Black Sea region. It was conquered by the Goths in the II century 160 Old East Slavic
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Veletabi велет, велетень a west slavonic tribe 138 Ukrainian
2173 lung medusa, jellyfish New Open Show map
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pulmo, -onis pulmo, -onis lung 245 Latin
2174 to fear to respect Accepted Open Show map
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vereror, -ēri vereror, -ēri to fear, to be afraid 245 Latin
2202 cauldron cannon (weapon) Accepted Open Show map
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mortarium mortier mortar 255 Dutch
2205 Adj child sucker (botany) Accepted Open Show map
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fetus fetus 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 245 Latin
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planta plant plant 448 Old Welsh
2239 Adj full drunk New Open Show map
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ebrius ebrius (poet) full 245 Latin
2260 Adj to fall down to coincide Accepted Open Show map
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cado cado to fall 245 Latin
2308 Adj to hang to weigh (intr.) New Open Show map
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pendo pondus to hang 245 Latin
2313 to answer to be responsible for Accepted Open Show map
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responsus responsable answer 159 French
2335 cavity, hollow sinus (math.) Accepted Open Show map
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sinus sinus изогнутость, кривизна, пазуха, залив, карман 245 Latin
2357 father parents Accepted Open Show map
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pater patres father 245 Latin
2359 to give birth parents Accepted Open Show map
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parere parentes bear, beget 245 Latin
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gignere genitor beget 245 Latin
2366 fire inflammation Accepted Open Show map
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ignis ignis fire 245 Latin
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flamma inflammatio flame, fire 245 Latin
2373 winter year Accepted Open Show map
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hiems hiems winter 245 Latin
2393 to beat, hit to be at war Accepted Open Show map
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pugnare pugnare to pummel 245 Latin
2397 to greet to kiss Accepted Open Show map
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salutare a săruta to greet 139 Romanian
2400 earth person Accepted Open Show map
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humus homo 245 Latin
2407 pigeon (Columba) maize New Open Show map
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columba colomboć pigeon 101 Montenegrin
2411 Adj arc bow (weapon) Accepted Open Show map
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arcus arcus arc 245 Latin
2418 beech oak New Open Show map
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fagus φηγός beech 114 Old English
2465 tree spear New Open Show map
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trabs trabs tree-trunk 245 Latin
2467 <tree> spear Accepted Open Show map
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cornus cornus cornel 245 Latin
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abies abies fur tree 245 Latin
2472 to sit ambush Accepted Open Show map
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sedere insidiae to sit 245 Latin
2478 cheek shield New Open Show map
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buccula bocler cheek 226 Old French
2480 firm, solid fortress Accepted Open Show map
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fortis fortelece hard, firm, solid, strong 226 Old French
2492 <name of person> monarch Accepted Open Show map
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Caesar Kaisar Gaius Julius Caesar 228 Gothic
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Caesar Caesar cognomen in the Julian gens, esp. that of C. Julius Caesar (102-44 B.C.), inherited as a cognomen by Octavian and by succeeding emperors 245 Latin
2522 resin; pitch, tar hell Accepted* Open Show map
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picula пькълъ resin 235 Church Slavonic
2524 to live to plough Accepted* Open Show map
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colo, colere colo, colere to dwell, to live, to populate 245 Latin
2525 to dig to bury Accepted Open Show map
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fodio, fodere bedu, best to dig 140 Latvian
2539 yellow green Accepted Open Show map
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galbinus gjelbër greenish-yellow 345 Albanian
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viridis verdhë green 345 Albanian
2545 Adj low (location) contemptible Accepted Open Show map
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humilis humilis low 245 Latin
2579 Adj to arrange into a line poetry Accepted* Open Show map
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versus versus furrow, row, line 245 Latin
2603 to stand to stop (intr.) Accepted* Open Show map
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consisto consisto to stand 245 Latin
2605 to stand to help, aid Accepted Open Show map
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sto assisto to stand 245 Latin
2606 to put to establish, found Accepted Open Show map
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statuere statuere to put 245 Latin
2622 stone, rock to calculate, count Accepted Open Show map
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calculus calculare pebble 245 Latin
2625 Adj to mix, stir to spoil Accepted* Open Show map
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turbo turbo 245 Latin
2627 door on the outside Accepted Open Show map
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foris foris door 245 Latin
2628 door foreign Accepted Open Show map
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foris foraneus door 245 Latin
2632 to thrust (into) to sting Accepted Open Show map
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pungo, -ere pungo, -ere to jab 245 Latin
2633 to promise to answer New Open Show map
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spondeo, -ere respondeo, -ere to take an oath 245 Latin
2646 to unwind to develop Accepted Open Show map
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evolvo, -ere evolvere unwrap 161 Italian
2647 <vessel> ship, vessel Accepted Open Show map
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alveus alveus trough 245 Latin
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linter linter trough 245 Latin
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vascellum vascellum small vase or urn 245 Latin
2651 Adj to feel hunger to want Accepted Open Show map
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esurio esurio to be hungry 245 Latin
2673 Adj head money Accepted Open Show map
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caput caput head 245 Latin
2679 <animal> fool Accepted Open Show map
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cuculus cuculus cuckoo 245 Latin
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mulus mulus mule 245 Latin
2683 light (of colour) loud Accepted Open Show map
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clarus clarus clear in colour 245 Latin
2702 shell spoon Accepted Open Show map
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coc(h)lea coc(h)leare snail, snail-shell 245 Latin
2703 to lick spoon New Open Show map
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lingere ligula, lingula to lick 245 Latin
2706 to go up dough New Open Show map
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allevatum aluat risen 139 Romanian
2707 table; desk meal (process) New Open Show map
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mensa mensa table 245 Latin
2714 liver location of emotions Accepted Open Show map
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jecur jecur liver 245 Latin
2715 back (body part) surface New Open Show map
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dorsum dorsum back 245 Latin
2731 board, plank table; desk New Open Show map
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tabula tavola plate, tablet 161 Italian
2734 affair commerce, business Accepted Open Show map
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negotium negotium occupation, job 245 Latin
2759 horseman, rider of high rank Accepted Open Show map
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eques eques horseman 245 Latin
2770 sizing tool rule, regulations Accepted Open Show map
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regula regula straight piece of wood, ruler; measuringrod 245 Latin
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norma norma a square, employed by carpenters, masons, etc., for making right angles 245 Latin
2771 to be born birthmark Accepted Open Show map
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gigno, -ere naevus to give birth to 245 Latin
2776 bird sign, designation Accepted* Open Show map
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avis avis bird 245 Latin
2783 Adj to move, to shift, to transfer to translate Accepted Open Show map
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translatus translate translated 153 English
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traduco, -ere traduco, -ere to transfer, to move 245 Latin
2804 Adj gold money Accepted Open Show map
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aurum öre gold 135 Swedish
2816 bald skull New Open Show map
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calvus calva bald 245 Latin
2820 head ear, spike (of a grain plant) Accepted Open Show map
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capitulum cabelh small head 80 Occitan
2855 to grow up young man Accepted* Open Show map
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adolesco adulescens to grow 245 Latin
2870 long (size) far away Accepted Open Show map
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longus loin long 159 French
2881 Adj thick big Accepted Open Show map
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crassus krass fat, rough 169 German
2882 little, small minute Accepted* Open Show map
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minutus minute small 159 French
2921 <animal> instrument, tool Accepted* Open Show map
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onager onager wild donkey 245 Latin
2948 sharp passionate Accepted Open Show map
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acer acer sharp 245 Latin
2988 owner woman New Open Show map
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dominus donna the master of a household, estate, or other property, owner, proprietor 161 Italian
2990 Adj numerous long (size) New Open Show map
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largus largo 1) Munificent, generous, bountiful, lavish; 2) Furnished liberally, plentiful, bounteous, unstinted, copious 158 Spanish
2991 Adj numerous wide, broad New Open Show map
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largus largo 1) Munificent, generous, bountiful, lavish; 2) Furnished liberally, plentiful, bounteous, unstinted, copious 161 Italian
2992 slow (adj.) dense, thick (liquid) New Open Show map
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spissus spissus (of progress, etc.) Laborious, sluggish, slow 245 Latin
2995 stick (n.) trunk (of a tree) New Open Show map
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fustis fût a stick, rod 159 French
2996 work (n.) grain, seed Single Open Show map
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labor llavor work, labour, toil 312 Catalan
2997 Adj throat mouth New Open Show map
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gula gură the throat with its passages 139 Romanian
3014 to chew to eat New Open Show map
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manduco manduco to chew, masticate 245 Latin
3015 to taste to know Accepted Open Show map
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sapio sapio to taste 245 Latin
3018 wing armpit New Open Show map
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ala ala wing 245 Latin
3043 Adj dark (adj.) fearful, dreadful Single Open Show map
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ater atrox black, dark-coloured 245 Latin
3052 Adj to grow numb stupid New Open Show map
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stupeo stupidus to be or become physically powerless, numb, paralysed, or sim.; be deprived of one's faculties 245 Latin
3064 to kiss to copulate New Open Show map
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basio baiser to kiss 159 French
3071 <orthopteran> <bird> Accepted Open Show map
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locusta locustella locust 245 Latin
3073 bile, gall poison Accepted Open Show map
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fel fel bile 245 Latin
3081 single-eyed squint-eyed New Open Show map
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luscus luscus one-eyed 245 Latin
3082 fireplace fire Accepted* Open Show map
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focus focus fireplace 245 Latin
3083 enemy war New Open Show map
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hostis hostis enemy 245 Latin
3084 weather bad weather New Open Show map
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tempeatas tempesta weather 161 Italian
3087 to change money to change (tr.) New Open Show map
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cambiare cambiare to change 245 Latin
3088 to kill to sink (tr.) New Open Show map
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necare noyer to kill 159 French
3089 spring (season) summer New Open Show map
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ver vară spring 139 Romanian
3090 swamp forest New Open Show map
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paludem pădure swamp, marsh 139 Romanian
3091 look (n.) face New Open Show map
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visus vis look, gaze 226 Old French
3092 beak face New Open Show map
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rostrum rostro beak 158 Spanish
3095 hot necessary New Open Show map
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calere chaut to be hot 226 Old French
3112 fruit result, outcome Accepted Open Show map
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fructus fructus fruit 245 Latin
3125 rural vulgar Accepted Open Show map
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rusticus rusticus rural 245 Latin
3126 urban cultivated New Open Show map
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civitas civilitas city, town 245 Latin
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urbanitas urbanitas urban life (mainly Roman) 245 Latin
3140 bitter yellow Single Open Show map
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amarus amarillo bitter 158 Spanish
3143 clasp, buckle fibula (anat.) New Open Show map
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fibula fibula pin, buckle 245 Latin
3154 <foreigner> rooster New Open Show map
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gallus gallus gall 245 Latin
3166 Adj to sing rooster Accepted Open Show map
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cano hana to sing 228 Gothic
3211 foot/leg plantain (Plantago) New Open Show map
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planta plantago foot, sole 245 Latin
3221 Adj lord god Accepted Open Show map
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dominus dominus 245 Latin
3231 spindle spindle (Euonymus) Accepted Open Show map
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fusus fusain spindle 159 French
3282 Adj <measure of weight> <money> Accepted Open Show map
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as as 245 Latin
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uncia uncia 245 Latin
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siliqua siliqua 245 Latin
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libra lira weight unit 161 Italian
3287 yoke yoke (figuratively) Accepted Open Show map
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iugum iugum a yoke by which a plough, chariot or sim. is drawn 245 Latin
3292 <numeral> <military rank> Accepted Open Show map
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centum centurio, ōnis hundred 245 Latin
3299 belly to be angry New Open Show map
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stomachus stomachari stomach 245 Latin
3341 omen monster New Open Show map
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monstrum monstrum sign 245 Latin
3358 to sing to conjure Accepted Open Show map
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canto, cantare canto, cantare to sing 245 Latin
3425 empty naked, bare Accepted Open Show map
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nudus nudus empty 245 Latin
3445 Adj alone only, just Accepted Open Show map
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solus solus alone 245 Latin
3451 Adj naked, bare only, just Accepted* Open Show map
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nudus nudum naked 245 Latin
3452 naked, bare insolent Single* Open Show map
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nudus nudus naked 245 Latin
3485 to hang to be suspended Accepted* Open Show map
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pendeo pendeo to hang (intr.) 245 Latin
3503 Adj to see/to look at to visit Accepted Open Show map
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videre visitare to see, notice, observe 245 Latin
3556 Adj heart mind (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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cor cor heart 245 Latin
3574 lap vagina Accepted Open Show map
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gremium gremium a person's lap or bosom (esp. as the place in which a child, etc., is held) 245 Latin
3580 foot/leg stem (of a plant) Accepted Open Show map
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pes, pedis pes, pedis a foot of man or beast 245 Latin
3590 father boss Accepted Open Show map
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pater pater father 245 Latin
3596 tongue (body part) cape Accepted* Open Show map
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lingua lingua tongue 245 Latin
3602 day today Accepted* Open Show map
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dies hodie day 245 Latin
3606 Adj womb inside New Open Show map
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uter vnutri womb 157 Russian
3619 strong healthy Accepted* Open Show map
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validus validus strong 245 Latin
3685 to untie, unbind to explain Accepted Open Show map
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absolvo absolvo untie 245 Latin
3745 Adj eyelid eyelash Accepted* Open Show map
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cilium cilium eyelid 245 Latin
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palpebra parpèlha eyelid 80 Occitan
3753 Adj breathing smell Accepted Open Show map
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spiritus spiritus breath 245 Latin
3756 Adj breathing sigh New Open Show map
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spiritus spiritus act of manner of breathing 245 Latin
3771 Adj to hear / to listen fame Accepted* Open Show map
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clueo clueo to hear / to listen 245 Latin
3855 stranger, foreign to deprive New Open Show map
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alienus alienare stranger 245 Latin
3886 lot plot of land Accepted Open Show map
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sors sors lot 245 Latin
3906 child pupil (of an eye) Accepted Open Show map
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pupilla pupille little girl 159 French
3924 market square (of a town) Accepted Open Show map
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forum forum market 245 Latin
3926 word verb Accepted Open Show map
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verbum verbum word 245 Latin
3963 owl witch, sorceress New Open Show map
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strix strige a kind of owl, regarded as a bird of ill omen, sometimes as a vampire or evil spirit 161 Italian
3989 steam smell Accepted Open Show map
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nidor nidor vapor, steam, 245 Latin
4009 father father-in-law Accepted Open Show map
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pater pater father 245 Latin
4010 father ancestor Accepted Open Show map
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pater patres father 245 Latin
4014 father founder Accepted* Open Show map
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pater pater father 245 Latin
4022 father defender Accepted Open Show map
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pater pater father 245 Latin
4049 noise quarrel Accepted Open Show map
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convicium convicium angry noise, clamour, uproar; noisy importuning 245 Latin
4064 year harvest Accepted Open Show map
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messis messis the time of harvest, harvest-time; poet. transf. for a year 245 Latin
4073 to lie (posture) to copulate Accepted Open Show map
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cubo cubo to take one's rest, to sleep; to retire for the night 245 Latin
4074 next second (adj.) Single* Open Show map
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secundus secundus going alone with one, following; following in order, next 245 Latin
4105 red heading, title New Open Show map
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rubrica rubrica red ochre (as a pigment) 245 Latin
4108 green healthy Single Open Show map
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viridis viridis green 245 Latin
4159 to raise, lift (tr.) to take off Accepted* Open Show map
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levo levo to raise, lift (tr.) 245 Latin
4160 to take off to abolish Accepted Open Show map
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levo levo to take off 245 Latin
4162 to relieve to take off New Open Show map
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levo levo to relieve 245 Latin
4197 turnip (Brassica rapa var. rapa) tail New Open Show map
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rapum rabo turnip (Brassica rapa var. rapa) 158 Spanish
4225 whirlpool whirlwind New Open Show map
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vertex vertex swirling mass of water, whirlpool, eddy 245 Latin
4228 winter mist, fog Accepted Open Show map
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bruma broma winter 312 Catalan
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bruma bruma winter 117 Portuguese
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bruma brume winter 159 French
4229 winter hoar-frost Single Open Show map
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bruma brumă winter solstice, (by extension) winter 139 Romanian
4290 to stand to consist of Accepted Open Show map
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sto consisto to stand 245 Latin
4372 iron anchor New Open Show map
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ferrum ferro iron 158 Spanish
4373 letter (character) letter (text) Accepted Open Show map
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littera littera a letter, a written sign or mark signifying a sound 245 Latin
4375 to ask (for) to pray Accepted Open Show map
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precor, precari precor, precari to ask, beg, entreat, pray 245 Latin
4383 flute shinbone New Open Show map
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tibia tibia a musical instrument consisting of a tube with holes for strops, and a reeded mouthpiece, reed-pipe 245 Latin
4391 crane (Grus) lifting machine Accepted Open Show map
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grus grus crane 245 Latin
4478 spear sting (n.) New Open Show map
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dolo dolo a staff with a short sharp iron point; a pike, sword-stick; a small sword-cane, hidden dagger 245 Latin
4528 bud (of a flower) nipple (part of the breast) New Open Show map
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papilla papilla rose-bud 245 Latin
4582 doll pupa New Open Show map
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pupa pupa doll 245 Latin
4685 bottom caecum (intestinum) New Open Show map
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fundus fundulus bottom 245 Latin
4686 blind caecum (intestinum) New Open Show map
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caecus caecum blind 245 Latin
4745 honour salary New Open Show map
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honor honorarium honour 245 Latin
4848 body part member New Open Show map
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membrum membrum a limb, member of the body 245 Latin
4960 wing outbuilding New Open Show map
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ala ala wing 245 Latin
4961 to be busy, to act commerce, business New Open Show map
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negotium negotiatio activity, busyness 245 Latin
4986 sheath vagina New Open Show map
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vagina vagina sheath 245 Latin
4995 comb reed (in loom) New Open Show map
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pecten pecten comb (for a hair) 245 Latin
4997 ray spoke of wheel New Open Show map
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radius radius ray 245 Latin
5001 reed reed (in loom) New Open Show map
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arundo (harundo) arundo (harundo) reed, cane (taller than canna) 245 Latin
5008 shield coin New Open Show map
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scutum écu shield 159 French
5019 thus YES, <positive particle> New Open Show map
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sic sic thus 44 Medieval Latin
5053 to answer to correspond Accepted Open Show map
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respondeo respondeo to speak an answer to a question, replay 245 Latin
5124 state (condition) state (sovereign polity) New Open Show map
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status status state (condition) 245 Latin