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AAANT
== ANATA s == 5309 (Sanskrit) the Buddhist belief in the impermanance of self-ANATMAN
AAATT
== a TAATA s == 8923 (East Africa) father
AABBD
== DABBA s == 11557 (Hindi) in Indian cookery a round metal box used 2transport hot food
AABBY
== YABBA s == 12061 a methamphetamine a stimulant drug
AABCH
== BACHA s == 11094 (Hinglish) in India a young child-BACHCHA
AABHM
== s HAMBA == 11095 (South Africa) go away
AABIR
== BRAAI s == 3091 (South Africa) 2grill/roast meat over open coals
AABKN
== BANAK s == 10127 (Honduran) a Central American tree
AABKR
== BAKRA s == 10128 (Caribbean) a white person esp from Britain
== KABAR s == 10129 a heavy pole thrown as a feat of strength
AABRR
== BARRA st == 8525 (Australian slang) short 4BARRAMUNDI an Australian fish
AABY
== YABA == 4328 yet another bloody acronym
AAC
== CAA s == 757 call (Scots) CAAED CAAING CAAS
AACC
== by ACCA s == 5148 (Australian slang) an academic-ACKER
== CACA os == 5149 excrement
AACCS
== by ACCAS == 11560 ACCA (Australian slang) an academic-ACKER
== CACAS == 11561 CACA excrement
AACDE
== CAAED == 3504 CAA call (Scots) CAAED CAAING CAAS
AACDU
== CAUDA del == 8037 the area behind an animal's anus
AACI
== ACAI s == 1649 a berry of the Brazilian rainforests
AACIS
== ACAIS == 4734 ACAI a berry of the Brazilian rainforests
AACKY
== YACKA s == 11718 the black boy a tall plant with a tall stem &thick leaves-YACCA
AACM
== CAMA ns == 4329 a cross between a camel &a llama
AACS
== CAAS == 3296 CAA call (Scots) CAAED CAAING CAAS
== CASA s == 3297 a dwelling (the place where 1lives)
AACSV
== CAVAS s == 9816 CAVA a special Spanish wine used 4toasts
AACSW
== WAACS == 9817 WAAC a member of the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps
AACV
== CAVA s == 4332 a special Spanish wine used 4toasts
AACW
== WAAC s == 4333 a member of the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps
AADDH
== DADAH s == 10719 (Australian slang) illegal drugs
AADHN
== ADHAN s == 6561 the Muslim call 2prayer-AZAN
AADHW
== DAWAH s == 9819 (Arabic) the practice of educating non-believers about the practice of Islam
AADLW
== DWAAL s == 8042 (South Africa) a state of befuddlement
AADNY
== DAYAN s == 6568 (Hebrew) a senior rabbi pl DAYANS/DAYANIM
AAEHK
== HAKEA s == 7849 an Australian shrub
AAEKN
== KANAE == 3686 (Maori) grey mullet pl KANAE No -S
AAEMR
== ARAME s == 2058 edible seaweed
== MAARE == 2059 MAAR a volcanic crater often forming a lake
== MARAE s == 2060 a Maori meeting-place
AAEOZ
== ZOAEA es == 2476 a larval stage of crabs pl ZOAEAE/ZOAEAS-ZOEA
AAF
== FAA ns == 758 2fall (Scots) pr p FAAING pr t FAAS pa p FAAN pa t FELL
AAFJ
== JAFA s == 4862 a person from Auckland New Zealand (offensive - just another f**ing Aucklander) cf RONZER
AAFJS
== JAFAS == 10875 JAFA a person from Auckland New Zealand (offensive - just another f**ing Aucklander) cf RONZER
AAFN
== FAAN == 2571 FAA 2fall (Scots) pr p FAAING pr t FAAS pa p FAAN pa t FELL
AAFS
== FAAS == 3300 FAA 2fall (Scots) pr p FAAING pr t FAAS pa p FAAN pa t FELL
AAGGW
== WAGGA s == 11500 (Australian) a blanket/bed covering made out of sacks stitched together
AAGI
== st AIGA s == 1174 an extended family (Samoa)-AINGA
AAGIN
== AGAIN == 2024 once more-AGEN
== k AINGA s == 2025 an extended family (Samoa)-AIGA
AAGIS
== st AIGAS == 3469 AIGA an extended family (Samoa)-AINGA
== SAIGA s == 3470 a small antelope (a ruminant mammal)
AAGJ
== JAGA s == 4535 2guard (Indonesia)
AAGJS
== JAGAS == 10261 JAGA 2guard (Indonesia)
AAGPR
== APGAR == 7480 as in APGAR score a system 4determining the condition of an infant at birth No -S
AAHHT
== HATHA == 11056 (Sanskrit) as in hatha yoga a form of yoga
AAHLT
== LATAH s == 6578 a psychological condition observed esp in Malaysian cultures in which an individual after experiencing a shock becomes anxious &suggestible often imitating the actions of another person
AAHOR
== AROHA s == 3647 (Maori) love compassion
AAHRT
== ARHAT s == 4919 a Buddhist who has attained nirvana-LOHAN
== RATHA s == 4920 (Hindi) a four-wheeled carriage drawn by horses/bullocks
AAHTW
== WHATA s == 8722 a building on stilts/a raised platform 4storing provisions
AAIKK
== KAIAK s == 11679 2travel in a kayak (light canoe)-KAYAK
== KAIKA is == 11680 (New Zealand) the South Island dialect word 4KAINGA a Maori village-KAIK
AAIKS
== SAKAI s == 6769 (Malay) a Malaysian aborigine
== SAKIA s == 6770 an Eastern water wheel-SAKIEH SAKIYEH
AAIKT
== AKITA s == 5022 (Japanese) a large powerfully built breed of Japanese dog
== KIAAT s == 5023 (Afrikaans) a tropical African leguminous tree
AAIMT
== MATAI s == 3099 (Maori) a coniferous evergreen tree of New Zealand aka black pine
AAIRT
== AARTI s == 545 the daily ritual of the lamps on the Ganges-ARTI
== l ATRIA l == 546 ATRIUM a central courtyard
== RAITA s == 547 an Indian vegetable dish
== RIATA s == 548 a lasso-REATA
== TAIRA s == 549 a weasel
== TIARA s == 550 a jewelled headpiece
AAIST
== SATAI s == 1205 marinated meat barbecued on skewers-SATAY
AAITW
== AWAIT s == 3103 2wait for
== TAWAI s == 3104 (Maori) a New Zealand beech-TAWHAI
AAJP
== JAAP s == 4864 an ignorant fool (South African)
AAJPS
== JAAPS == 10881 JAAP an ignorant fool (South African)
AAK
== hktw AKA == 961 a New Zealand vine
AAKL
== KAAL == 4028 naked (without clothes)
AAKLS
== LAKSA s == 9413 (Malay) rice noodles served in curry/hot soup
AAKMS
== KAMAS == 10885 KAMA earthly desire
== SMAAK s == 10886 (South Africa) 2like/love
AAKSW
== KAWAS == 10889 KAWA protocol (Maori)
== WAKAS == 10890 WAKA a Japanese 31-syllable poem
AAKUW
== KAWAU == 10891 (Maori) the black shag
AAKW
== KAWA su == 4869 protocol (Maori)
== WAKA s == 4870 a Japanese 31-syllable poem
AALM
== ht ALMA hs == 3302 an Egyptian girl who sings &dances professionally-ALMAH ALME ALMEH
== AMLA s == 3303 an Indian tree
== lu LAMA s == 3304 a Buddhist monk
== MALA mrsx == 3305 a string of 108 prayer beads (yoga)
AALMM
== MALAM s == 11564 a Muslim scholar used as title-MALLAM
AALMS
== ht ALMAS == 8046 ALMA an Egyptian girl who sings &dances professionally-ALMAH ALME ALMEH
== AMLAS == 8047 AMLA an Indian tree
== lu LAMAS == 8048 LAMA a Buddhist monk
== MALAS == 8049 MALA a string of 108 prayer beads (yoga)
AALMW
== MALWA s == 9839 (Rutooro) a Ugandan drink brewed from millet
AALP
== j ALAP as == 3306 the introductory section of a raga-ALAAP ALAPA
== PAAL s == 3307 a pale a post driven into the ground
AALPS
== j ALAPS == 8051 ALAP the introductory section of a raga-ALAAP ALAPA
== PAALS == 8052 PAAL a pale a post driven into the ground
== PALAS == 8053 the dhak tree
== PLAAS == 8054 (Afrikaans) a farm
== SALPA es == 8055 a free-swimming small marine animal-SALP SALPIAN SALPID
AALST
== ATLAS == 4120 a column in the form of a man
== TAALS == 4121 TAAL the Afrikaans language
== TALAS == 4122 TALA a traditional rhythmic pattern in Indian music
AALT
== TAAL s == 1414 the Afrikaans language
== TALA kqrs == 1415 a traditional rhythmic pattern in Indian music
AAMMN
== AMMAN s == 11059 a district magistrate-AMTMAN
== g NAMMA == 11060 as in namma hole an Australian term 4a natural well in rock-GNAMMA
AAMPU
== MAPAU == 9843 (Maori) a small New Zealand tree with reddish bark
AAMSS
== c AMASS == 10725 2accumulate
== ASSAM s == 10726 (Malay) in Malaysia tamarind as used in cooking
== MASAS == 10727 MASA a Mexican dough
== MASSA s == 10728 master
== SAMAS == 10729 SAMA a Japanese title
AAMTU
== AMAUT s == 6601 (Inuit) a hood on a woman's parka 4carrying a child-AMOWT
AANNU
== NANUA == 6385 (Maori) a New Zealand sea fish-MOKI
AAOTW
== AWATO == 3649 (Maori) a wormlike fungus-AWHATO AWHETO AWETO
AAPR
== ARPA s == 2581 a top level internet domain
== PARA es == 2582 a monetary unit of Yugoslavia
AAPRR
== PARRA ls == 8531 (Australian slang) a tourist/non-resident on a beach
AAPRS
== ARPAS == 6604 ARPA a top level internet domain
== PARAS == 6605 PARA a monetary unit of Yugoslavia
AAPSZ
== SPAZA == 10894 (South Africa) as in spaza shop a small shop in a township No -S
AARSY
== RAYAS == 6610 RAYA a non-Muslim inhabitant of Turkey-RAYAH RAIA
== YAARS == 6611 YAAR friend (India)
AARY
== RAYA hs == 2586 a non-Muslim inhabitant of Turkey-RAYAH RAIA
== YAAR s == 2587 friend (India)
AASTU
== ATUAS == 4125 ATUA the spirit of an ancestor (Polynesia)
AASWW
== WAWAS == 11569 WAWA 2speak (Chinook 19C)
AATU
== ATUA s == 1420 the spirit of an ancestor (Polynesia)
AAU
== p AUA == 383 yellow-eye mullet (Maori)
AAWW
== WAWA s == 5153 2speak (Chinook 19C)
ABBDE
== cdgjnst ABBED == 9220 displaying well-developed abdominal muscles
ABBIM
== BAMBI s == 11233 (colloquial) a born again middle aged biker
ABBO
== BOAB s == 4568 a tropical tree with a swollen trunk-BAOBAB
== BOBA cks == 4569 a skin disease yaws-BUBA
ABBOS
== BOABS == 10401 BOAB a tropical tree with a swollen trunk-BAOBAB
== BOBAS == 10402 BOBA a skin disease yaws-BUBA
ABBRY
== BARBY == 11728 a barbecue-BARBIE
ABDHN
== BANDH s == 8277 (Hindi) in India a general strike-BUNDH
ABDLY
== BADLY == 9553 in a bad way
== BALDY == 9554 a bald person
== BLADY == 9555 as in blady grass a coarse Australian grass
ABDOR
== ABORD s == 3183 2accost (to approach &speak to)
== BARDO s == 3184 in Buddhism a stage between death &rebirth
== a BOARD s == 3185 2supply food &lodging 4a fee
== a BROAD s == 3186 an expansion of a river, wide.
== DOBRA s == 3187 a former gold coin of Portugal.
== DORBA s == 3188 a fool-DORB
ABDSU
== BAUDS == 7750 BAUD a unit of signalling speed
== BUDAS == 7751 BUDA an insulting term 4an old man (India)
== DAUBS == 7752 DAUB 2smear (to spread with something oily/sticky)
ABDU
== BAUD s == 3053 a unit of signalling speed
== BUDA s == 3054 an insulting term 4an old man (India)
== DAUB esy == 3055 2smear (to spread with something oily/sticky)
ABEGI
== BAGIE s == 1208 (Northumbrian dialect) a turnip
== BIGAE == 1209 BIGA a two horse chariot
ABEHS
== SAHEB s == 5462 a term of respect in colonial India-SAHIB
ABELR
== cf ABLER == 1396 ABLE having sufficient strength/power
== BALER s == 1397 1that bales (to form into tightly compressed bundles)
== BELAR s == 1398 an Australian tree-BELAH
== BLAER == 1399 BLAE blackish blue
== BLARE ds == 1400 2sound loudly
== BLEAR sy == 1401 2dim (to reduce the light of)
ABENY
== BEANY == 3957 a small cap-BEANIE
ABETY
== BEATY == 3963 of music having a marked beat
ABFS
== FABS == 4060 FAB something fabricated
ABGH
== BAGH s == 4576 garden (India)
ABGHS
== BAGHS == 10352 BAGH garden (India)
ABHIJ
== BHAJI s == 10388 in Indian cookery an appetizer-BHAJEE BHAGEE
== HIJAB s == 10389 a Muslim woman's face covering
ABHNU
== BHUNA s == 8284 (Urdu) an Indian sauce
ABHSU
== HABUS == 9561 HABU a poisonous snake
== SUBAH s == 9562 a province of India-SUBA
== SUBHA s == 9563 (Arabic) a string of beads used in meditation &prayer
ABHT
== BAHT s == 3466 the monetary unit of Thailand-BHAT
== BATH es == 3467 a receptacle 4bathing
== BHAT == 3468 a unit of Thai currency-BAHT
ABILT
== BALTI s == 2622 (Urdu) a spicy Indian dish
ABIMS
== BIMAS == 6850 BIMA a platform in a synagogue-BEMA BIMAH
== IAMBS == 6851 IAMB a type of metrical foot-IAMBIC IAMBUS
== SIMBA s == 6852 (Swahili) a lion
ABINQ
== NIQAB s == 7074 (Arabic) a type of veil worn by some Muslim women that is made of lightweight opaque fabric &leaves only the eyes uncovered
ABIR
== ABRI mns == 809 a bomb shelter
== RABI cds == 810 the spring grain harvest
== RIBA s == 811 the charging of interest forbidden by Islam
ABIRS
== ABRIS == 2628 ABRI a bomb shelter
== a RABIS == 2629 RABI the spring grain harvest
== RIBAS == 2630 RIBA the charging of interest forbidden by Islam
== SABIR s == 2631 a French-based pidgin language
ABIST
== ABSIT s == 2634 an overnight pass from college
== BAITS == 2635 BAIT 2set a trap
== BASTI s == 2636 (India) a slum-BUSTI BUSTEE
== TABIS == 2637 TABI a sock (a covering 4the foot)
ABKR
== BARK sy == 4246 2cry like a dog
== BRAK esy == 4247 a breed of dog
== KBAR s == 4248 a unit of atmospheric pressure
== KRAB s == 4249 a steel link used in mountaineering-KARABINER SNAPLINK
ABKRS
== BARKS == 9862 BARK 2cry like a dog
== BRAKS == 9863 BRAK a breed of dog
== KBARS == 9864 KBAR a unit of atmospheric pressure
== KRABS == 9865 KRAB a steel link used in mountaineering-KARABINER SNAPLINK
ABLNU
== BALUN s == 6050 a device 4coupling two electrical circuits
ABLRT
== BLART s == 4430 2shout loudly &harshly
ABMUY
== MAUBY == 10960 a frothy beverage-MOBBIE MOBBY
ABNOR
== BARON gsy == 1933 a title of low rank
== BORNA == 1934 s in borna disease a type of viral disease No -S
ABORR
== h ARBOR s == 5417 a shady garden shelter, a tree-ARBOUR.
== BARRO w == 5418 (Australian slang) embarrassing
ABOS
== ABOS == 1807 ABO an aborigine
== BOAS t == 1808 BOA a large snake
== bs OBAS == 1809 OBA a West African ruler
== SOBA s == 1810 noodles made from buckwheat (Japanese)
ABRRY
== BARRY == 10080 (Australian slang) an embarrassing mistake pl BARRIES rhyming slang a Barry Crocker a shocker, (Glasgow slang) terrific-BARRIE
ABRST
== BRAST s == 4439 2break open violently-BURST BRUST
== BRATS == 4440 BRAT a badly behaved child
== TRABS == 4441 (Liverpool dialect) sports footwear training shoes
ABRSW
== BAWRS == 8297 BAWR a Scots word 4a joke-BAUR
== BRAWS == 8298 fine clothes
== WARBS == 8299 WARB a dirty/insignificant person
ABRW
== BAWR s == 3472 a Scots word 4a joke-BAUR
== BRAW lns == 3473 splendid (magnificent)
== WARB sy == 3474 a dirty/insignificant person
ACCIR
== CIRCA r == 8988 about
== CRAIC s == 8989 (Irish) pleasant conversation
ACCKY
== CACKY == 12401 of/like excrement
ACDHO
== CHADO rs == 7294 a Japanese tea ceremony-CHANOYO SADO CHANOYU
ACDHY
== DAYCH == 10961 (English dialect) 2thatch
ACDK
== DACK s == 4743 2pull someone's trousers off as a joke
ACDKR
== DRACK == 9868 unattractive (said of a woman)-DRAC
ACDKS
== DACKS == 10758 DACK 2pull someone's trousers off as a joke
ACDOR
== DRACO == 3203 as in draco lizard a flying lizard
ACDR
== CARD isy == 2205 2provide with a stiff piece of paper
== DRAC ko == 2206 unattractive (said of a woman)-DRACK
ACEKL
== ALECK s == 7516 an irritatingly oversmart person
ACEKR
== bdhjlprstwy ACKER s == 5787 (Australian slang) an academic-ACCA
== CRAKE ds == 5788 2boast (to brag (to boast (to brag)))
== s CREAK sy == 5789 2squeak (to make a sharp high-pitched sound)
ACEMS
== ACMES == 5501 ACME the highest point
== CAMES e == 5502 CAME a leaden window rod
== EMACS == 5503 a powerful computer program 4editing text
== MACES == 5504 MACE 2attack with a clublike weapon
ACFRU
== FURCA el == 8307 Any forklike structure esp in insects
ACG
== s CAG esy == 827 short 4cagoule a light anorak
ACGS
== s CAGS == 3587 CAG short 4cagoule a light anorak
== SCAG s == 3588 heroin (an addictive narcotic)
ACHIM
== MACHI == 9104 (Hinglish) as in machi chips fish &chips
ACHKW
== CHAWK s == 12074 (Cornish dialect) a jackdaw
== WHACK osy == 12075 2strike sharply
ACHLU
== LAUCH s == 9577 2laugh (to express mirth by explosive inarticulate sounds) LEUGHEN LAUCHING LAUCHS].
== LUACH == 9578 (Judaism) an inscribed tablet of Commandments pl LUCHOT/LUCHOTH
ACHNU
== NAUCH == 8312 a dancing exhibition in India-NAUTCH
== NUCHA el == 8313 the nape of the neck
ACHSV
== s CHAVS == 10968 CHAV an uncultured youth eg Vicky Pollard in Little Britain
== SCHAV s == 10969 a chilled soup
ACHUV
== VAUCH == 10973 (Devonshire dialect) 2move quickly
ACHV
== s CHAV es == 4930 an uncultured youth eg Vicky Pollard in Little Britain
ACLO
== ALCO s == 1812 an alcoholic-ALKO
== CALO s == 1813 a Spanish argot used by Chicano youths
== COAL asy == 1814 2supply with a carbon fuel
== COLA s == 1815 a carbonated beverage-KOLA
== LOCA l == 1816 a place
ACLOS
== ALCOS == 4942 ALCO an alcoholic-ALKO
== CALOS == 4943 CALO a Spanish argot used by Chicano youths
== COALS == 4944 COAL 2supply with a carbon fuel
== COLAS == 4945 COLA a carbonated beverage-KOLA
ACMO
== CAMO s == 2919 camouflage
== COMA els == 2920 a tuft of silky hairs
ACNPU
== PUCAN s == 8327 (Irish) a traditional Connemara open sailing boat
== UNCAP es == 8328 2remove the cap from
ACORS
== ORCAS == 3210 ORCA a marine mammal-ORC
== OSCAR s == 3211 (Australian slang) cash money rhyming slang Oscar Ashe
ACORY
== ORACY == 5702 skill in oral communication
== YARCO s == 5703 (Australian slang) a young working-class person who wears casual sports clothes
ACRSY
== s CRAYS == 8338 CRAY crayfish (a crustacean)
== SCARY == 8339 frightening-SCAREY
== SCRAY es == 8340 the tern-SCRAYE
ACRY
== s CRAY s == 3492 crayfish (a crustacean)
== o RACY == 3493 speedy (swift (speedy (swift)))
ACZ
== CAZ == 1137 casual
ADDEL
== dfprsw ADDLE ds == 4654 2confuse (to perplex (to puzzle (to perplex)))
== DALED hs == 4655 the fourth letter of the Hebrew alphabet-DALETH DALEDH
== DEDAL == 4656 inventive-DAEDAL DAEDALIC DEDALIAN
== b LADED == 4657 LADE 2load with cargo-LADEN
ADDY
== bcdfpw ADDY == 4655 an email address (slang)
== DYAD s == 4656 a pair of units
ADEKO
== bs OAKED == 2326 (of wine) stored 4a time in oak barrels before bottling
ADENP
== NAPED == 1487 NAPE 2drop napalm upon
== s PANED == 1488 PANE 2insert panels in
ADERS
== fp ARSED == 429 ARSE as in "to arse about" 2muck around
== DARES == 430 DARE 2venture boldly (pa t DARED DURST)-DARRE DAUR
== DEARS == 431 DEAR a loved one
== bhy EARDS == 432 EARD 2bury-YIRD
== e RASED == 433 RASE 2demolish-RAZE
== abdot READS == 434 READ 2look at &understand written matter
== SARED == 435 SAR 2savour (to taste/smell with pleasure)
ADGNY
== GANDY == 7098 s in gandy dancer a railway track maintenance worker
ADHNU
== HUDNA s == 6083 (Arabic) in Islam a truce/ceasefire 4an agreed duration
ADHO
== ODAH s == 1820 a room in a harem-ODA
ADIKU
== ADUKI s == 6301 (Japanese) a kind of bean-ADSUKI ADZUKI AZUKI
ADIMN
== ADMIN s == 2656 administration
== MANDI rs == 2657 (Hindi) a big market
ADINN
== DINNA == 2585 (Scots) do not (no inflections)
ADKKU
== DUKKA hs == 12200 a mix of ground nuts &spices used as a dip-DUKKAH
ADKSU
== DUKAS == 9251 DUKA a shop (East Africa)
ADKU
== DUKA s == 3981 a shop (East Africa)
ADLOW
== WALDO s == 4953 a gadget 4manipulating objects remotel/WALDOES
== WOALD s == 4954 yellow pigment
ADMR
== DRAM as == 2227 2tipple (to drink alcoholic beverages)
== MARD y == 2228 MAR 2spoil (to mar (to spoil (to mar)))
ADMRY
== MARDY == 8345 2behave like a spoilt child
ADNNY
== DANNY == 8175 the hand-DONNY
ADNS
== bfhlprsw ANDS == 1266 AND something added
== DANS == 1267 DAN a tub
== NADS == 1268 testicles (a male reproductive gland-TESTIS)
== SAND sy == 1269 2cover with a loose granular rock material
ADOS
== dfs ADOS == 760 ADO fuss
== cs ODAS == 761 ODA a room in a harem-ODAH
== SADO s == 762 a Japanese tea ceremony-CHADO CHANOYO CHANOYU
== SODA s == 763 a type of chemical compound
ADOSS
== SADOS == 6485 SADO a Japanese tea ceremony-CHADO CHANOYO CHANOYU
== SODAS == 6486 SODA a type of chemical compound
ADSS
== SADS == 3844 SAD 2express sadness
ADSY
== a DAYS == 3088 DAY the time between sunrise &sunset
== d YADS == 3089 YAD a stick with a small pointing hand at the tip used 2follow text in the Torah
ADY
== DAY s == 640 the time between sunrise &sunset
== d YAD s == 641 a stick with a small pointing hand at the tip used 2follow text in the Torah
AEERR
== ARERE == 1097 backward-AREAR
== RAREE == 1098 as in raree show a street show/carnival No -S
AEERS
== lt EASER s == 299 1who eases (to free from pain/trouble)
== ERASE drs == 300 2efface/rub out
== SAREE s == 301 an outer garment worn by Hindu women-SARI
== SEARE dr == 302 withered dry
AEF

AFINT
== FAE == 118 from (Scots)

== FAINT sy ==
== FITNA s == 1289 a state of trouble/chaos
AEFPR
== FRAPE == 3993 (Dial) tightly bound
AEHKU
== KEHUA s == 7540 (Maori) a ghost/spirit
AEHOV
== HOVEA s == 2603 an Australian shrub with purple flowers
AEHRU
== ARUHE == 1541 (Maori) the edible root of a New Zealand fern No -S
AEHW
== WHAE == 2041 (Scots) who-WHA
AEIJX
== JAXIE s == 6288 the posterior-JAXY JACKSIE JACKSY
AEIN
== dfrs AINE e == 1 elder (masculine form)
== EINA == 2 ouch (South African)
AEINS
== ANISE s == 30 a North African plant
== ISNAE == 31 is not (no inflections-ISNA
== SAINE d == 32 2say (Spencer)-SAYNE
AEJKY
== JAKEY s == 10843 (Scots) a homeless alcoholic
AEKKM
== MEKKA s == 11951 a place visited by many people-MECCA
AEKMR
== KERMA s == 5800 a term in physics relating 2kinetic energy
== MAKER s == 5801 1who makes (to create (to bring into being))
AEKMS
== KAMES == 7552 KAME a ridge of gravel/sand left by a glacier-KAIM
== KASME == 7553 (Hinglish) I swear
== MAKES == 7554 MAKE 2create (to bring into being)
== SAMEK hs == 7555 a Hebrew letter-SAMECH SAMEKH
AELNR
== LEARN st == 112 2be informed
== NERAL s == 113 the trans-isomer of CITRAL
== RENAL == 114 pertaining 2the kidneys
AELSV
== cgjnr AVELS == 2946 AVEL a mourner of nearest blood relations (Jewish)-OVEL
== cs LAVES == 2947 LAVE 2wash (to cleanse in liquid)
== SALVE drs == 2948 2soothe (to calm/comfort)
== SELVA s == 2949 a tropical rain forest
== SLAVE drsy == 2950 2work like a drudge
== a VALES == 2951 VALE a valley (a depression of the earth's surface)
== VALSE ds == 2952 2waltz (to dance in three-four time)
== VEALS == 2953 VEAL 2kill &prepare a calf 4food
AELV
== cfgjnr AVEL s == 910 a mourner of nearest blood relations (Jewish)-OVEL
== cs LAVE drs == 911 2wash (to cleanse in liquid)
== LEVA == 912 LEV a monetary unit of Bulgaria
== a VALE st == 913 a valley (a depression of the earth's surface)
== u VEAL esy == 914 2kill &prepare a calf 4food
== VELA r == 915 a thin membranous covering/partition-VELAMEN
AELZZ
== LEZZA s == 11227 a lesbian-LEZ LEZZ LEZZIE LEZZY
AEMOV
== AMOVE ds == 2604 2remove (to transfer 2another place)
== VOEMA s == 2605 (South Africa) vigour
AEMYZ
== AZYME s == 9510 unleavened bread-AZYM
== MAZEY == 9511 dizzy (giddy (dizzy (giddy)))
AENN
== i NANE == 533 none (Scots)
AENW
== ANEW == 442 afresh (anew (afresh (anew)))
== WANE dsy == 443 2decrease in size
== WEAN s == 444 2take off mother's milk
== WENA == 445 you (Zulu)
AEOPR
== p OPERA s == 349 a form of musical drama
== PAREO s == 350 a Polynesian skirt-PAREU
== PORAE == 351 (Maori) a large edible seafish of New Zealand waters-PARAE
AEOPT
== POTAE s == 352 (Maori) a hat
AEPPR
== PAPER sy == 7913 2cover with a thin sheet material made of cellulose pulp
== f RAPPE delnrs == 7914 a Canadian dish of grated potatoes &pork/chicken
AEPRV
== PAREV e == 4027 made without meat/milk-PAREVE PARVE
== PARVE == 4028 made without meat/milk-PAREV PAREVE
== PAVER s == 4029 1that paves-PAVIOR PAVIOUR
AERRV
== bcg RAVER s == 3717 1who raves (to utter wildly/incoherently)
== VERRA == 3718 (Scots) very
AERSS
== cfmp ARSES == 2789 ARSE the buttocks
== bcepu RASES == 2790 RASE 2demolish-RAZE
== w RASSE s == 2791 a small civet (a catlike mammal)
== SASER s == 2792 a device 4amplifying ultrasound
== SEARS == 2793 SEAR 2burn the surface of
AERSY
== ck ARSEY == 1656 aggressive irritable-ARSY ARSIER ARSIEST
== f AYRES == 1657 AYRE an air such as a song/tune
== EYRAS == 1658 EYRA a wild cat
== RESAY s == 1659 2say again
== SAYER s == 1660 1who says (to utter (to give voice to))
== YEARS == 1661 YEAR three hundred &sixty five days
AERWZ
== WAREZ == 5816 illegally copied computer software which has had its protection codes de-activated
AESSZ
== ASSEZ == 8805 as part of a musical direction fairly eg assez lent: fairly slowly
== SAZES == 8806 SAZ a stringed instrument of the Middle East
AESX
== flmprstwz AXES == 1793 AX 2chop with a cutting tool
== SAXE s == 1794 as in saxe blue
AEU
== AUE == 36 of astonishment (Maori)
== b EAU sx == 37 a river/water
AEY
== b AYE s == 127 an affirmative vote-AY
== YAE == 128 (Scots) one-AE
== YEA dhnrs == 129 an affirmative vote-YAY
AFHSU
== HAUFS == 9611 HAUF (Scots) half
AFHU
== HAUF s == 4112 (Scots) half
AFINT
== FAINT sy == 1288 2lose consciousness
AFIRT
== AFRIT s == 1290 an evil spirit in Arabic mythology-AFREET
== FRATI == 1291 a Franciscan friar
== IFTAR s == 1292 (Arabic) a meal eaten by Muslims 2break their fast after sunset during Ramadan
AFL
== ch ALF as == 642 an Australian yobbo
AFLS
== ch ALFS == 3091 ALF an Australian yobbo
AFORZ
== FORZA == 7687 (musical term) force power strength
AFRU
== FAUR d == 2250 far (Scots)
== FRAU ds == 2251 a married woman
AFST
== FAST is == 2252 2abstain from eating
== FATS o == 2253 FAT 2make plump (somewhat fat).
== SAFT == 2254 soft (Scots)
AFSTU
== FAUTS == 6123 FAUT 2fault (Scots)
== TUFAS == 6124 TUFA a porous limestone-TOPH TOPHE
AFTU
== FAUT s == 2255 2fault (Scots)
== TUFA s == 2256 a porous limestone-TOPH TOPHE
AGGGO
== GOGGA s == 11930 (South Africa) an insect a creepy-crawly
AGGIW
== WIGGA s == 10003 (derogatory) a white youth who adopts black youth culture-WIGGER
AGGMU
== MUGGA rs == 11367 an Australian eucalyptus-known as red ironbark
AGHIN
== ar AHING == 3761 AH 2make a sound of delight
== ANIGH t == 3762 nigh
== HANGI s == 3763 (Maori) an open air cooking pit-UMU
AGIIT
== ATIGI s == 2029 (Inuit) a kind of PARKA worn in Canada
AGILU
== UGALI s == 2776 (Swahili) an African type of stiff porridge
AGINR
== AGRIN == 704 in the state of grinning
== GARNI == 705 garnished
== GRAIN esy == 706 2form into small particles
== RANGI s == 707 (Maori) sky
AGINT
== GIANT s == 708 a person/thing of great size
== NGATI s == 709 (Maori) a tribe/clan
== TANGI es == 710 a Maori funeral
AGIR
== GAIR s == 383 a triangular piece (of cloth/land)
== GARI s == 384 pickled ginger served with sushi
== t RAGI s == 385 an East Indian cereal grass-RAGEE RAGGEE RAGGY
AGIRS
== GAIRS == 1380 GAIR a triangular piece (of cloth/land)
== GARIS h == 1381 GARI pickled ginger served with sushi
== RAGIS == 1382 RAGI an East Indian cereal grass-RAGEE RAGGEE RAGGY
AGIST
== AGIST s == 1383 2feed &board livestock 4a fee
== GAITS == 1384 GAIT 2train a horse 2move in a certain way
== STAIG s == 1385 a colt (a young male horse)
== s TAIGS == 1386 TAIG a catholic (derogatory) Northern Ireland
AGIT
== GAIT st == 386 2train a horse 2move in a certain way
== s TAIG as == 387 a catholic (derogatory) Northern Ireland
AGLOO
== AGLOO s == 4577 a hole in the ice through which a seal breathes-AGLU
AGLOV
== GALVO s == 5928 an instrument 4measuring electric current
AGLSU
== AGLUS == 6372 AGLU a hole in the ice through which a seal breathes-AGLOO
== GULAS == 6373 GULA the gullet (the throat)
== GUSLA rs == 6374 a musical instrument-GUSLE GUSLI
AGLU
== AGLU s == 2471 a hole in the ice through which a seal breathes-AGLOO
== GULA grs == 2472 the gullet (the throat)
AGMNO
== AMONG == 4252 in the midst of-EMONG EMONGES
== MANGO s == 4253 an edible fruit
== NGOMA s == 4254 (Swahili) a type of drum
AGMNU
== MUNGA s == 7112 (New Zealand) an army canteen
AGNOS
== w AGONS == 2083 AGON conflict between the main characters in a Greek play
== SANGO s == 2084 a sandwich-SANGER
AGNS
== GANS == 1610 GAN 2go GANNED GANNING GANS nir pa t of GIN (to begin)
== ks NAGS == 1611 NAG 2find fault incessantly
== SANG ahos == 1612 a Chinese organ played by mouth
== SNAG s == 1613 2catch on a hidden obstacle
AGNSU
== GUANS == 4711 GUAN a large bird
== SUGAN s == 4712 (Irish) a straw rope
AGOR
== a GORA ls == 592 a white male (India/Pakistan)
AGORS
== a GORAS == 2086 GORA a white male (India/Pakistan)
== SARGO s == 2087 a fish
AGRSV
== GRAVS == 7127 GRAV acceleration unit 1g = 98 m per sec per sec
AGRV
== GRAV esy == 2836 acceleration unit 1g = 98 m per sec per sec
AGSV
== VAGS == 3605 VAG 2arrest someone 4vagrancy
AGSY
== GAYS == 3608 GAY a homosexual
== SAGY == 3609 flavoured with sage
== YAGS == 3610 YAG acronym 4yttrium aluminium garnet a synthetic gemstone
AGV
== VAG is == 833 2arrest someone 4vagrancy
AGY
== GAY s == 835 a homosexual, merry (cheerful (in good spirits)).
== YAG is == 836 acronym 4yttrium aluminium garnet a synthetic gemstone
AHHO
== HOHA == 4571 peevish (irritable)
AHI
== AHI s == 227 a Hawaiian fish (yellowfin tuna/bigeye)
AHIIS
== SHIAI s == 4745 (Japanese) a judo contest
AHIKZ
== KHAZI s == 11237 a lavatory-KAZI CARSEY KARZY KARSY KARSEY
AHILT
== LAITH == 2682 loath (unwilling-LOTH)
== LATHI s == 2683 an Indian stick/bamboo &iron
== THALI s == 2684 (Hindi) a meal consisting of several small meat/vegetable dishes accompanied by rice bread etc &sometimes by a starter/a sweet
AHIM
== MIHA == 2774 an unopened fern frond
AHINS
== c HAINS == 2685 HAIN 2save (to rescue from danger injury/loss)
== NASHI s == 2686 (Japanese) an Asian pear
AHINU
== HINAU == 2687 (Maori) a New Zealand tree
AHIRU
== RAHUI s == 2690 (Maori) a Maori prohibition
AHIS
== AHIS == 1491 AHI a Hawaiian fish (yellowfin tuna/bigeye)
AHKO
== HOKA == 3825 Maori name 4red cod
== KOHA s == 3826 a gift/donation when visiting a marae
AHKOS
== KOHAS == 9070 KOHA a gift/donation when visiting a marae
== SHAKO s == 9071 a type of military hat-SHACKO
== SOKAH s == 9072 Calypso music
AHKU
== HAKU s == 4760 the kingfish (Maori)
AHLNO
== HALON s == 3242 a chemical used in fire extinguishers
== LOHAN s == 3243 (Sanskrit) a Buddhist who has attained nirvana-ARHAT
AHMO
== HOMA s == 2925 a sacred plant of the ancient Persians-HOM
AHMOS
== HOMAS == 7314 HOMA a sacred plant of the ancient Persians-HOM
AHMOU
== MOHUA == 7315 (Maori) a small New Zealand bird with yellow head &breast
AHMTU
== MUTHA s == 8367 (slang) a motherfucker
AHNO
== NOAH s == 1100 a shark (Australian rhyming slang - Noah's ark)
AHNOS
== NOAHS == 3248 NOAH a shark (Australian rhyming slang - Noah's ark)
AHOTU
== TAHOU s == 3256 (Maori) a greenish-coloured tropical songbird aka SILVEREYE
AHPSU
== HAPUS == 9628 HAPU a Maori subtribe (a subdivision of an iwi)
== PUHAS == 9629 PUHA sow thistle (Maori)
AHPU
== HAPU s == 4129 a Maori subtribe (a subdivision of an iwi)
== PUHA s == 4130 sow thistle (Maori)
AHRUU
== AHURU == 9447 (Maori) a small pink cod of SW Pacific waters-AHURUHURU
AHTTU
== TUATH s == 8178 a people (Irish history)
AIIKR
== ARIKI == 5024 (Maori) the first-born male/female of a notable family
AIJ
== JAI l == 384 onward 2victory (Indian)
AIKK
== KAIK as == 5139 (New Zealand) the South Island dialect word 4KAINGA a Maori village-KAIKA
== KAKI s == 5140 a Japanese tree
AIKKS
== KAIKS == 11608 KAIK (New Zealand) the South Island dialect word 4KAINGA a Maori village-KAIKA
== KAKIS == 11609 KAKI a Japanese tree
AIKM
== KAIM s == 3575 a ridge of gravel/sand left by a glacier-KAME
== KAMI ks == 3576 a sacred power/force
== s MAIK os == 3577 a halfpenny-MECK
== MAKI s == 3578 a small segment cut from a long roll of cold rice &various other ingredients wrapped in a sheet of seaweed in Japanese cuisine
AIKMS
== KAIMS == 8590 KAIM a ridge of gravel/sand left by a glacier-KAME
== KAMIS == 8591 a South Asian loose tunic
== s MAIKS == 8592 MAIK a halfpenny-MECK
== MAKIS == 8593 MAKI a small segment cut from a long roll of cold rice &various other ingredients wrapped in a sheet of seaweed in Japanese cuisine
== SMAIK s == 8594 a rascal (a rogue/scamp)
AIKN
== lt AKIN g == 1577 related by blood
== IKAN s == 1578 fish as an ingredient of Malaysian cooking
== KAIN gs == 1579 a tax paid in produce/livestock-KANE
== KINA s == 1580 cinchona bark from which quinine is derived-KINAKINA
== NAIK s == 1581 an Indian corporal
AIKNS
== IKANS == 4614 IKAN fish as an ingredient of Malaysian cooking
== KAINS == 4615 KAIN a tax paid in produce/livestock-KANE
== KINAS e == 4616 KINA cinchona bark from which quinine is derived-KINAKINA
== KISAN s == 4617 a peasant of India
== NAIKS == 4618 NAIK an Indian corporal
AIKPU
== PIKAU s == 8598 (Maori) a rucksack
AIKST
== IKATS == 4623 IKAT Indonesian weaving using tie-dyed yarns
== KATIS == 4624 KATI an Asian unit of weight-CATTY KATTI
== SITKA == 4625 as in sitka spruce a tall North American spruce tree No -S
== TAKIS == 4626 TAKI a wild horse-TAKHI
== TIKAS == 4627 TIKA a red forehead mark on a Hindu woman-TILAK TIKKA
AIKSU
== KUIAS == 6309 KUIA an elderly Maori woman
AIKU
== KUIA s == 2443 an elderly Maori woman
AILLZ
== ZILLA hs == 9731 an administrative district in British India-ZILA ZILLAH
AILOP
== APIOL s == 1906 an organic substance
== PAOLI == 1907 an obsolete papal coin-PAUL
== PILAO s == 1908 a dish made from seasoned rice &meat-PILAU PILAFF PILAF PILAW PILOW PILLAU PULAO
AILP
== LIPA == 1496 Croatian monetary unit
== s PAIL s == 1497 a watertight cylindrical container
== s PIAL == 1498 pertaining 2a pia (a membrane of the brain)
== PILA foruw == 1499 PILUM a heavy javelin
AILS
== bfhjkmnprstvw AILS == 663 AIL 2be indisposed
== ag LIAS == 664 early Jurassic rocks LIASES
== SAIL s == 665 2be pushed in a boat by the wind
== SIAL s == 666 a type of rock formation
AIMO
== MOAI == 544 a huge carved figure on Easter Island
AIMRR
== MARRI s == 5126 (Aborig) a eucalyptus of West Australia with coloured flowers
AIMRU
== MAURI s == 2721 (Maori) the soul
AINS
== cfghkmprstw AINS == 249 AIN a Hebrew letter
== mr ANIS e == 250 ANI a tropical American bird
== ISNA e == 251 is not (no inflections)-ISNAE
== SAIN est == 252 2make the sign of the cross on-SANE
AINST
== m ANTIS == 388 ANTI 1who is opposed 2anything
== NATIS == 389 (Latin) a buttock
== SAINT s == 390 2hail as a person of exceptional holiness
== i SATIN gsy == 391 2make smooth like satin material
== STAIN s == 392 2discolour
== s TAINS == 393 TAIN a thin plate
AIORX
== IXORA s == 2006 a flowering plant
== ORIXA s == 2007 a Yoruba deity-ORISHA
AIRST
== AIRTS == 395 AIRT 2direct (to control/conduct the affairs of)
== ap ARTIS t == 396 ARTI the daily ritual of the lamps on the Ganges-AARTI
== ASTIR == 397 on the move
== kt RAITS == 398 RAIT 2expose 2moisture
== SITAR s == 399 an Indian lute-SITTAR
== STAIR s == 400 a series of steps
== STRIA e == 401 a thin groove stripe/streak
== TARSI a == 402 TARSUS a part of the foot
== TIARS == 403 TIAR a tiara (a jewelled headpiece)
AIRT
== AIRT hs == 49 2direct (to control/conduct the affairs of)
== ap ARTI cs == 50 the daily ritual of the lamps on the Ganges-AARTI
== kt RAIT as == 51 2expose 2moisture
== TIAR as == 52 a tiara (a jewelled headpiece)
AISW
== WAIS t == 1513 WAI water (New Zealand Hawaii)
AIUWX
== WUXIA s == 8604 (Chinese) a genre of Chinese fiction involving the adventures of sword-wielding heroes
AIW
== WAI dflnrst == 232 water (New Zealand Hawaii)
AJKOR
== ROJAK s == 9289 (Malay) a salad dish served in chilli sauce
AJNNY
== JANNY == 11029 (colloquial) a janitor
AJPR
== JARP s == 4261 2tap an egg against another until 1breaks an Easter competition
AJPRS
== JARPS == 9893 JARP 2tap an egg against another until 1breaks an Easter competition
AJXY
== JAXY == 5344 the posterior-JAXIE JACKSIE JACKSY
AKK
== KAK ais == 1281 shit (South African)
AKKOW
== WOKKA == 12168 (Australian) as in wokka board a piece of fibreboard used as a musical instrument
AKKS
== KAKS == 5387 KAK shit (South African)
AKLO
== ALKO s == 2750 an alcoholic-ALCO
== KOLA s == 2751 a carbonated beverage-COLA
AKLOS
== ALKOS == 6828 ALKO an alcoholic-ALCO
== KOLAS == 6829 KOLA a carbonated beverage-COLA
== SKOAL s == 6830 2down a drink in 1gulp-SKOL
AKLP
== KLAP s == 4769 2slap (South African slang)
AKLPS
== KLAPS == 10776 KLAP 2slap (South African slang)
AKLSU
== KULAS == 9254 KULA ceremonial gift exchange between W Pacific islands
AKLU
== KULA kns == 3983 ceremonial gift exchange between W Pacific islands
AKNOT
== TONKA == 3473 (Tupi) as in tonka bean a tall leguminous African tree with fragrant black almond-shaped seeds No -S
AKNU
== KUNA == 3196 Croatian monetary unit = 100 lipa
AKOP
== KOAP s == 3830 sexual intercourse (vulgar Papua)
AKOPS
== KOAPS == 9079 KOAP sexual intercourse (vulgar Papua)
AKOR
== KARO o == 1917 a New Zealand shrub
== KORA ist == 1918 an African musical instrument like the harp
== k OKRA s == 1919 a tall annual herb
AKORU
== KOURA == 5163 (Maori) a New Zealand freshwater crayfish
AKPU
== PUKA == 4776 a broad leafed plant of New Zealand-PAPAUMA KAPUKA
AKRR
== RARK s == 4229 2reprimand (New Zealand)
AKRRS
== RARKS == 9700 RARK 2reprimand (New Zealand)
AKRSY
== KARSY == 9911 a lavatory-KHAZI KAZI CARSEY KARZY KARSEY
== KYARS == 9912 KYAR a fibre obtained from coconut husks-COIR
== SARKY == 9913 sarcastic
== YARKS == 9914 YARK 2wrench violently
AKRUU
== KAURU == 10733 (Maori) the edible stem of the cabbage tree
AKRY
== KYAR s == 4268 a fibre obtained from coconut husks-COIR
== YARK s == 4269 2wrench violently
AKSTU
== KUTAS == 7940 KUTA male dog (India)
AKTU
== KUTA s == 3205 male dog (India)
ALLO
== hm OLLA sv == 2553 a wide-mouthed pot/jar
ALMU
== ALUM s == 3102 a chemical compound
== LUMA s == 3103 a unit of currency of Armenia
== MAUL s == 3104 2batter/maltreat
ALOPU
== PULAO s == 4973 a dish made from seasoned rice &meat-PILAO PILAU PILAFF PILAF PILAW PILOW PILLAU
ALPTU
== TULPA s == 6150 (Tibetan) a being/object created by willpower &visualization techniques
ALRST
== SLART s == 2299 (Northern English dialect) 2spill SLARTING SLARTED
ALRY
== ARYL s == 2273 a univalent radical
== LYRA == 2274 part of phrase LYRA VIOL an old musical instrument of the lute family (no plural)
== RYAL s == 2275 a royal person
ALTU
== LATU == 1288 LAT a former monetary unit of Latvia
AMMSY
== SAMMY == 12019 an Indian fruit &vegetable seller who goes from house 2house
AMNU
== MAUN d == 2280 must (cannot be conjugated)
== NAMU == 2281 a New Zealand sandfly
AMOQR
== QORMA s == 7696 (India) a mild curry-KORMA
AMOSU
== dl OUMAS == 4977 OUMA grandmother (Afrikaans)
AMOTW
== AMOWT s == 5714 (Inuit) a hood on a woman's parka 4carrying a child-AMAUT
AMOU
== dl OUMA s == 1840 grandmother (Afrikaans)
AMPYY
== YAMPY == 12284 (Midlands slang) a lower class uneducated person
AMRSU
== gl ARUMS == 6158 ARUM a lily (a flowering plant)
== MURAS == 6159 MURA a Japanese village
== MUSAR s == 6160 (Yiddish) Rabbinic literature concerned with ethics right conduct etc
== RAMUS == 6161 a branch-like part of a structure
== RUSMA s == 6162 a depilatory
AMSS
== a MASS aey == 4664 2assemble as a body
== SAMS == 4665 SAM 2gather (to bring together in 1place/group)
ANORT
== v ORANT s == 202 a worshipping figure in ancient Roman art
== ROTAN s == 203 a climbing plant with long thin stems-RATAN RATTAN
== TORAN as == 204 an arched gateway-TORANA
== TRONA s == 205 a mineral
ANSTU
== ASTUN s == 2302 2astonish (to amaze/shock-ASTONE ASTONY)
== dghjnstv AUNTS == 2303 AUNT the sister of a mother/father
== SAUNT s == 2304 2make a saint of
== STAUN s == 2305 (Scots) 2stand STAUNS STAUNING STOOD
== TUANS == 2306 TUAN a marsupial
== TUNAS == 2307 TUNA a marine food fish
AOP
== cg APO ds == 300 a type of protein (apolipoprotein)
== POA s == 301 a type of plant
AOPPR
== APPRO s == 9291 (colloquial) approval
AOPRS
== ASPRO s == 3291 (Australian slang) an associate professor
== PRAOS == 3292 PRAO a swift Malaysian sailing vessel-PRAU PRAHU PROA
== PROAS == 3293 PROA a swift Malaysian sailing vessel-PRAU PRAHU PRAO
== PSORA s == 3294 an itch scabies
== SAPOR s == 3295 flavour-SAPOUR
== SOPRA == 3296 above
AOPRU
== RAUPO == 3297 (Maori) the New Zealand bulrush
AOPS
== cg APOS == 1841 APO a type of protein (apolipoprotein)
== APSO s == 1842 a breed of dog the Lhasa apso (a terrier)
== POAS == 1843 POA a type of plant
== SOAP sy == 1844 2treat with a cleansing agent
AOPSS
== APSOS == 8676 APSO a breed of dog the Lhasa apso (a terrier)
== PSOAS == 8677 a muscle of the pelvic region
== SOAPS == 8678 SOAP 2treat with a cleansing agent
AOPSU
== OUPAS == 4978 OUPA grandfather (Afrikaans)
AOPU
== OUPA s == 1845 grandfather (Afrikaans)
AOTTU
== TATOU s == 3082 an armadillo
APP
== y APP s == 1250 an application computer program
== PAP aes == 1251 2feed with soft mash
APPS
== y APPS == 5127 APP an application computer program
== PAPS == 5128 PAP 2feed with soft mash
APSTU
== PATUS == 6169 PATU a Maori club
== SPUTA == 6170 SPUTUM saliva (a fluid secreted by the glands of the mouth)
== STUPA s == 6171 a Buddhist shrine
== TAPUS == 6172 TAPU 2forbid the use of
APSV
== PAVS == 4160 PAV short form of pavlova a sweet meringue
APTU
== PATU s == 2316 a Maori club
== TAPU s == 2317 2forbid the use of
== UPTA k == 2318 (Australian slang) of poor quality-UPTER
APV
== PAV es == 1008 short form of pavlova a sweet meringue
ARSY
== k ARSY == 2322 lucky (having good fortune)
== bcdfgpt RAYS == 2323 RAY 2emit a narrow beam of light
== RYAS == 2324 RYA a Scandinavian handwoven rug
ASSV
== SAVS == 4670 SAV short 4saveloy as in 'battered sav'
ASV
== SAV es == 667 short 4saveloy as in 'battered sav'
== aku VAS aet == 668 an anatomical duct
ASZ
== SAZ == 913 a stringed instrument of the Middle East
== ZAS == 914 ZA pizza (slang)
BBDOU
== DUBBO s == 11670 (Australian slang) a stupid person
BBGOY
== GOBBY == 12221 (colloquial) loudmouthed
BBLOO
== BOBOL s == 11814 2commit a type of fraud carried out by 1with access 2public funds
BBRU
== BURB s == 5291 suburb (slang)
BBUU
== BUBU s == 5435 a long flowing garment worn in Mali-BUBU
BCERU
== CUBER s == 7178 1that cubes (to raise 2the 3rd power (math))
BCHI
== CHIB s == 4944 2stab (to pierce with a pointed weapon)
BCHIS
== CHIBS == 11001 CHIB 2stab (to pierce with a pointed weapon)
BDDEU
== DEBUD s == 9749 2disbud (to remove buds from)
BDDEY
== BYDED == 11067 BYDE 2bide (Chaucer)
BDEE
== BEDE lsw == 2063 a prayer (a devout petition 2a deity)
== DEBE ls == 2064 a large tin (Swahili)
BDEES
== BEDES == 5352 BEDE a prayer (a devout petition 2a deity)
== DEBES == 5353 DEBE a large tin (Swahili)
BDEIL
== BIELD sy == 2967 2shelter (to provide cover/protection)
== BILED == 2968 BILE 2boil (Scots)
BDEIR
== a BIDER s == 1672 1who waits (to remain in readiness)
== BREID s == 1673 bread
== BRIDE ds == 1674 2act the bride
== p REBID s == 1675 2bid again
BDENU
== BUNDE d == 4772 BUND a German federation/league
== s UNBED s == 4773 2rouse (to disturb/awaken)
BDERS
== BREDS == 4774 BRED someone living in a remote part of Australia
BDESY
== BYDES == 8738 BYDE 2bide (Chaucer)
BDEY
== BYDE ds == 3637 2bide (Chaucer)
BDHNU
== BUNDH s == 10642 (Hindi) in India a general strike-BANDH
BDII
== BIDI s == 3318 (Hindi) a hand rolled cigarette-BEEDI
BDISU
== BUDIS == 7791 BUDI an insulting term 4an old woman (India)
BDIU
== BUDI s == 3128 an insulting term 4an old woman (India)
BDNUY
== BUNDY == 10643 2clock on/clock off work
BDOOR
== BOORD es == 7405 an old spelling of BOARD
== BROOD sy == 7406 2ponder gloomily
== DOBRO s == 7407 a type of acoustic guitar with a metal resonator built into the body
== DROOB s == 7408 (Australian slang) a pathetic person
BDOR
== a BORD es == 2605 an old spelling of BOARD
== BROD s == 2606 2prod (to jab (to poke sharply))
== DORB as == 2607 a fool-DORBA
BDORS
== a BORDS == 6661 BORD an old spelling of BOARD
== BRODS == 6662 BROD 2prod (to jab (to poke sharply))
== DORBS == 6663 DORB a fool-DORBA
BEEF
== BEEF sy == 3239 2grumble (to mutter in discontent)
== FEEB s == 3240 a dimwit (a dunce (a stupid person))
BEEJM
== d JEMBE s == 10857 (Swahili) a hoe
BEFOU
== BOEUF == 5965 as in boeuf bourguignon a casserole of beef herbs etc cooked in red wine
BEHOW
== HOWBE == 8511 yet
BEIMO
== BIOME s == 2606 an ecological community
== MOBIE s == 2607 a mobile phone-MOBE MOBY
BEIOW
== BOWIE == 2608 s in bowie knife a type of hunting knife
BEIR
== BIER s == 476 a coffin stand
== BREI ds == 477 (South Africa) 2pronounce r sound at the back of the throat pa t BREID pr t BREIING-BREY
== BRIE frs == 478 the eyebrow-BREE BROO
BEIRS
== BIERS == 1684 BIER a coffin stand
== BIRSE s == 1685 a bristle
== BREIS t == 1686 BREI (South Africa) 2pronounce r sound at the back of the throat pa t BREID pr t BREIING-BREY
== BRIES == 1687 BRIE the eyebrow-BREE BROO
== BRISE s == 1688 a ballet movement
== bt RIBES == 1689 a flowering shrub
BEIST
== BESIT s == 1690 2besiege (to attack &surround-SIEGE)
== BESTI rs == 1691 (Hinglish) in India shame
== BITES == 1692 BITE 2seize with the teeth
BEIVY
== VIBEY == 8090 lively vibrant
BEKOR
== BERKO == 6451 (Australian slang) berserk
== BROKE dnrs == 6452 2act as a stockbroker-BROKER
BELMU
== BLUME ds == 8740 2blossom (to flourish &prosper)
== UMBEL s == 8741 a type of flower cluster
== bfhjmrt UMBLE s == 8742 as in umble pie a pie made from the heart entrails etc of a deer
BELRT
== BLERT s == 3111 (colloquial) a foolish person
BEMO
== MOBE s == 2151 a mobile phone-MOBY MOBIE
BEMOS
== BESOM s == 5970 2sweep (to clean with a broom)
== MEBOS == 5971 dried apricots
== MOBES == 5972 MOBE a mobile phone-MOBY MOBIE
BEMRU
== BRUME s == 7185 fog
== cdln UMBER sy == 7186 2colour with a brown pigment
== UMBRE ls == 7187 an African bird
BEOP
== BOEP s == 2152 a big belly (South African)
BEOPS
== BOEPS == 5973 BOEP a big belly (South African)
BEOST
== BESOT s == 2122 2stupefy (to dull the senses of)
== BOETS == 2123 BOET a brother/a buddy (South African)
BEOT
== BOET s == 602 a brother/a buddy (South African)
BEOY
== OBEY s == 2153 2do as 1is told
== YEBO == 2154 yes
BEPU
== PUBE s == 3642 a pubic hair
BERSY
== BREYS == 7190 BREY (South Africa) 2pronounce r sound at the back of the throat-BREI
== BYRES == 7191 BYRE a cow shed
BERY
== BREY s == 2858 (South Africa) 2pronounce r sound at the back of the throat-BREI
== BYRE s == 2859 a cow shed
BES
== o BES t == 484 the second letter of the Hebrew alphabet-BETH
BFFIO
== BIFFO s == 11398 (Australian slang) fighting/aggressive behaviour
BFIR
== FRIB s == 3534 heavy wool removed in woolclassing
BFIRS
== FRIBS == 8426 FRIB heavy wool removed in woolclassing
BFOOY
== BOOFY == 11405 uscular &strong but stupid
BFOSY
== BOYFS == 11158 BOYF boyfriend
BFOY
== BOYF s == 4978 boyfriend
BGIIL
== GIBLI s == 8972 a hot desert wind-GHIBLI
BGILN
== a BLING s == 7130 flashy (gaudy (tastelessly showy))
BGILO
== GLOBI n == 5933 GLOBUS any spherelike structure
BGIN
== BING eosy == 2838 2go (to move along)
BGLO
== BLOG s == 3850 a personal online journal
== GLOB eisy == 3851 a rounded mass
BGOOY
== BOOGY == 10926 2dance 2rock music-BOOGIE BOOGEY
== GOOBY == 10927 (New Zealand) spittle
BHLU
== BUHL s == 5035 a style of furniture decoration-BUHLWORK
BHOO
== BOHO s == 4614 a bohemian (an unconventional person)
== BOOH s == 4615 2show disapproval by making this sound-BOO
== HOBO s == 4616 2live like a tramp
BHRU
== BUHR s == 4709 a heavy stone
BIILR
== LIBRI == 6618 LIBER a book of public records
BIKR
== BIRK s == 4274 birch wood
== BRIK s == 4275 a Tunisian filled pastry
BIKRS
== BIRKS == 9924 BIRK birch wood
== BRIKS == 9925 BRIK a Tunisian filled pastry
== BRISK sy == 9926 2make lively (full of energy)
BIKRU
== KRUBI s == 9927 a tropical plant-KRUBUT
BIKRY
== KIRBY == 11131 as in kirby grip a kind of hair grip
BILNY
== BLINY == 8427 a small buckwheat pancake-BLINI
BIO
== BIO gs == 304 short form of biography
== BOI ls == 305 a boyish looking lesbian
== l OBI ast == 306 2bewitch with obia-OBEAH
BIOR
== BIRO s == 1123 a ballpoint pen
== BRIO s == 1124 liveliness
BIOS
== BIOS == 1850 BIO short form of biography
== BOIS == 1851 BOI a boyish looking lesbian
== OBIS == 1852 OBI 2bewitch with obia-OBEAH
BIOTU
== BITOU == 3309 as in bitou bush a sprawling woody South African shrub
== w OUBIT s == 3310 a hairy caterpillar-WOUBIT OOBIT
BIOZZ
== BIZZO s == 12169 (Australian slang) irrelevant talk
BIST
== BIST == 2350 BE 2exist (to have actual being 2live)
== o BITS y == 2351 BIT 2restrain (to hold back)
BISTU
== BUIST s == 6189 2brand livestock
== BUSTI cs == 6190 (India) a slum-BASTI BUSTEE
BIYZZ
== BIZZY == 12435 a policeman
BKNOU
== BUNKO s == 10223 2swindle (to cheat (to defraud (to swindle)))
== KONBU s == 10224 a type of seaweed used 2flavour stock-KOMBU
BKOR
== BORK s == 4502 2denigrate a job applicant 4partisan reasons
BKOSY
== BOSKY == 11765 woody (resembling wood-WOODIE)
== KYBOS h == 11766 KYBO temporary lavatory (keep your bowels open) - scout slang
BKOY
== KYBO s == 5234 temporary lavatory (keep your bowels open) - scout slang
BMOR
== BORM s == 3713 2smear with paint/oil
BMORS
== BORMS == 8812 BORM 2smear with paint/oil
BMOY
== MOBY == 4980 a mobile phone-MOBE MOBIE
BNOU
== BOUN ds == 2612 2prepare-BOWNE
BOORS
== BOORS == 7412 BOOR a rude person
== BROOS e == 7413 BROO the eyebrow-BREE BRIE
== SORBO == 7414 as in sorbo rubber a spongy form of rubber No -S
BOSYY
== BOYSY == 12091 suited 2or typical of boys/young man
BRSU
== BRUS hkt == 3916 BRU buddy pal-BRO
== BURS aet == 3917 BUR 2remove a rough edge from
== dg RUBS == 3918 RUB 2apply friction to
== bc URBS == 3919 URB an urban area
BRU
== BRU stx == 917 buddy pal-BRO
== BUR abdgklnprsy == 918 2remove a rough edge from
== dg RUB esy == 919 2apply friction to
== bc URB s == 920 an urban area
BRUX
== BRUX == 5081 2grind teeth together
CCELY
== CYCLE drs == 11827 2ride a bicycle
== LECCY == 11828 (colloquial) electricity
CCHTW
== CWTCH == 12381 (Welsh) 2hide 2cuddle up-COOTCH CWTCHES CWTCHING CWTCHED
CCIMU
== MUCIC == 12030 s in mucic acid a colourless crystalline solid carboxylic acid
CCOY
== OCCY == 5366 in the phrase all over the occy all over the place
CDIOR
== DORIC == 3311 rustic
CDOO
== DOCO s == 3788 a documentary
CDOOS
== DOCOS == 8935 DOCO a documentary
CDOSY
== SCODY == 10026 (New Zealand) unkempt dirty
CEHLP
== CHELP s == 10421 (Northern English dialect) 2speak out of turn 2twitter CHELPING CHELPED
CEHS
== SECH s == 3648 hyperbolic secant (math)
CEHSS
== CHESS == 11069 a weed
== SECHS == 11070 SECH hyperbolic secant (math)
CEIKL
== CLEIK s == 7576 a kind of golf club
== fmnprst ICKLE r == 7577 (colloquial) little
CEINU
== CUNEI == 1707 CUNEUS part of the cerebral cortex
CEKM
== MECK s == 5006 a halfpenny-MAIK
CEKMS
== MECKS == 11245 MECK a halfpenny-MAIK
CELOU
== LEUCO == 3574 as in leuco base a colourless compound formed by reducing a dye
CEMR
== CREM es == 2866 a crematorium
== MERC hsy == 2867 a mercenary
CEMRS
== CREMS == 7206 CREM a crematorium
== MERCS == 7207 MERC a mercenary
CEO
== ds ECO ds == 147 ecology (an environmental science)
CEOOZ
== COOZE s == 8733 (colloquial) Italian-American taboo slang word 4the female genitals
CEOS
== COSE cdsty == 1192 2make oneself cosy
== d ECOS == 1193 ECO ecology (an environmental science)
== SECO == 1194 dry (of wine)
CEST
== SECT s == 1674 a group of people united by common beliefs
== TECS == 1675 TEC detective
CET
== TEC hs == 245 detective
CGHO
== CHOG s == 4698 the core of a piece of fruit a stubby penis
CGHOS
== CHOGS == 10611 CHOG the core of a piece of fruit a stubby penis
CGOR
== s CROG s == 3019 2ride as a passenger on a bicycle
CGORS
== s CROGS == 7709 CROG 2ride as a passenger on a bicycle
== SCROG s == 7710 a disease of the lymph glands
CHIM
== MICH et == 4945 2play truant-MICHE MITCH
CHIMS
== MISCH == 11012 as in misch metal an alloy of cerium &other rare earth metals used esp as a flint in cigarette lighters
CHIMT
== MICHT s == 10300 (Scots) might power
== MITCH == 10301 2play truant-MICH MICHE
CHINT
== NICHT s == 6953 (Scots) night
CHIST
== CHITS == 8441 CHIT 2sprout (to begin 2grow)
== SICHT s == 8442 (Scots) 2sight
== STICH s == 8443 a line of poetry
CHKOT
== KOTCH == 11306 (South Africa) 2vomit KOTCHING KOTCHED
CHKOW
== CHOWK s == 12150 (Hindi) a marketplace
CHLY
== LYCH == 5302 a corpse-LICH
CIKNY
== NICKY == 11135 as in the phrase nicky nicky nine doors the game of knocking on a door &running away
CILRU
== CURLI == 6193 Curled hairlike processes on the E coli bacteria No -S
CIM
== e MIC aehkos == 1022 short 4microphone
CIMS
== MICS == 4193 MIC short 4microphone
CIORS
== COIRS == 3322 COIR a fibre obtained from coconut husks-KYAR
== CRIOS == 3323 (Irish) a multicoloured woollen belt traditionally worn by men in the Aran Islands
== SIROC s == 3324 a hot gusty wind
CIT
== CIT eosy == 446 not a gentleman
== eo TIC ehks == 447 a twitch
CJOU
== JUCO s == 4893 junior college
CKORY
== CORKY == 11308 like cork
== ROCKY == 11309 shaky/unsteady
CKOSW
== COWKS == 11775 COWK 2feel nauseous
== WOCKS == 11776 WOCK a pan used in Chinese cookery-WOK
CKOTY
== s TOCKY == 11310 muddy (covered with mud)
CKOUY
== YUCKO == 11778 (Australian slang) unpleasant
CKOW
== COWK s == 5239 2feel nauseous
== WOCK s == 5240 a pan used in Chinese cookery-WOK
CLOOR
== COLOR sy == 7421 2paint-COLOUR
== CROOL s == 7422 (Australian slang) 2spoil eg chances
CLTUY
== CULTY == 10670 intended 2appeal 2a small group of fashionable people
CMMO
== COMM aosy == 5369 a small wearable badge-shaped radio transmitter
CMMOS
== COMMS == 12101 COMM a small wearable badge-shaped radio transmitter
CMSY
== MYCS == 5307 MYC a cancer-causing gene
CMY
== MYC s == 1278 a cancer-causing gene
COPSW
== s COWPS == 11174 COWP 2overturn (to turn over)
== SCOWP s == 11175 2scamper (to run playfully about)
COPW
== s COWP s == 4985 2overturn (to turn over)
COSW
== s COWS == 4388 COW 2intimidate
== SCOW lps == 4389 2transport by flat-bottomed boat
COW
== s COW klpsy == 1051 2intimidate
DDHUU
== HUDUD s == 12251 (Arabic) a set of laws &punishments specifed in the Koran
DDNUY
== NUDDY == 11208 (Australian slang) state of nakedness (eg in the nuddy)
DEELY
== DEELY == 5368 as in deely boppers a hairband with two bobbing antennae-like projections
DEEX
== hsvwy EXED == 2905 EX 2cross out EXED EXES EXING
DEFFO
== DEFFO == 9522 (colloquial) definitely
== bcdg OFFED == 9523 OFF 2go away
DEFI
== DEFI s == 956 a challenge
== DEIF y == 957 deaf (Scots)
DEG
== DEG s == 312 2water plants (Yorkshire dialect) DEGGED DEGGING DEGS
== a GED s == 313 a food fish
DEGMO
== MODGE ds == 4686 (Dial) 2do shoddy work MODGING MODGED
DEGS
== DEGS == 1933 DEG 2water plants (Yorkshire dialect) DEGGED DEGGING DEGS
== GEDS == 1934 GED a food fish
DEHIS
== DESHI == 2985 (Hinglish) local authentic-DESI
== HEIDS == 2986 HEID a head
== c HIDES == 2987 HIDE 2conceal (to hide (to conceal (to hide)))
== SHIED == 2988 SHY 2move back suddenly in fear
== SIDHE == 2989 fairy people (Irish)-SIDH
DEIJ
== JEDI s == 1797 a follower of Jedi philosophy (Star Wars film)
DEIJS
== JEDIS == 5110 JEDI a follower of Jedi philosophy (Star Wars film)
DEIKY
== DIKEY == 7584 like a lesbian
== YIKED == 7585 YIKE 2squabble (to quarrel (to become involved in an unfriendly dispute))
DEIN
== DENI ms == 103 monetary unit of Macedonia
== DINE drs == 104 2eat dinner
== s NIDE ds == 105 2nest (to build a structure 4holding eggs)
== NIED == 106 NY 2approach (to come near to)
DEINS
== DENIS == 486 DENI monetary unit of Macedonia
== DINES == 487 DINE 2eat dinner
== s NIDES == 488 NIDE 2nest (to build a structure 4holding eggs)
== SDEIN s == 489 2disdain (to scorn (to treat with contempt))
== SINED == 490 SINE 2rinse (to cleanse with clear water)
== SNIDE drsy == 491 1who is mean
DEINT
== ber IDENT s == 151 a short visual image displayed between television programs that works as a logo 2locate the viewer 2the channel
== TEIND s == 152 2assess (to estimate (to calculate))
== TINED == 153 TINE 2lose-TYNE
DEIOW
== DOWIE r == 956 dull (mentally slow)
DEIPZ
== PIZED == 7587 PIZE (Yorkshire) 2strike somebody
DEIS
== DESI == 294 (Hinglish) local authentic-DESHI
== DIES == 295 DIE 2cut with a material shaping device
== abchnrstw IDES == 296 IDE a European freshwater fish
== a SIDE drs == 297 2support/agree with
DELO
== DELO s == 367 a delegate (Australian slang)
== DOLE ds == 368 2distribute in small portions
== g LODE ns == 369 a deposit of ore
DELOS
== DELOS == 1317 DELO a delegate (Australian slang)
== DOLES == 1318 DOLE 2distribute in small portions
== LODES == 1319 LODE a deposit of ore
== c LOSED == 1320 LOSE 2misplace/be deprived of
== SOLDE rs == 1321 remuneration-SOLD
== SOLED == 1322 SOLE 2replace the bottom of a shoe/boot
DELOU
== LOUED == 1323 LOU 2love (Scots) LOUED LOUING LOUS
DEMS
== MEDS == 2516 MED medication
DENOR
== DONER == 219 as in doner kebab grilled meat &salad served in pita bread
== DRONE drs == 220 2make a monotonous humming sound
== REDON es == 221 2don again
== RONDE ls == 222 a script printing type
DENPU
== PENDU == 4835 (Hinglish) culturally backward
== UPEND s == 4836 2turn upside down
DEOR
== DERO s == 161 a derelict (Australian slang)-DERRO
== DOER s == 162 1that does something
== a DORE e == 163 gilded
== cu REDO nsx == 164 2do something again
== et RODE dos == 165 2perform an evening flight
== ROED == 166 containing roe
DEORR
== DERRO s == 2042 a derelict (Australian slang)-DERO
== bc ORDER s == 2043 2give a command to
DEORS
== DEROS == 624 DERO a derelict (Australian slang)-DERRO
== DOERS == 625 DOER 1that does something
== DORSE lrs == 626 a small cod
== DOSER s == 627 1that doses (to give a measure of medicine to)
== cu REDOS == 628 REDO 2do something again
== RESOD s == 629 2put down new turf
== et RODES == 630 RODE 2perform an evening flight
== p ROSED == 631 ROSE 2make like a rose in colour/scent
== SORED == 632 SORE 2wound (to inflict an injury upon)
DERV
== DERV s == 1689 fuel 4a diesel engine road vehicle
== VERD == 1690 green in the phrase verd antique (marble)
DES
== bfgkmnprtwz EDS == 200 ED education
== u SED == 201 SAY 2utter (to give voice to)
DFFI
== DIFF s == 5135 short 4difference-DIF
DFI
== DIF fs == 684 short 4difference-DIFF
== FID os == 685 a square bar used 2support the topmast
DFIS
== DIFS == 3133 DIF short 4difference-DIFF
== FIDS == 3134 FID a square bar used 2support the topmast
DFO
== DOF f == 777 stupid (South African slang)
DGIMY
== MIDGY == 10366 full of midges
DHIS
== DISH y == 3136 2put into a concave vessel
== SIDH ae == 3137 fairy people (Irish)-SIDHE
DHOSW
== DHOWS == 10040 DHOW an Arabian sailing vessel
== SHOWD s == 10041 (Scots) 2rock 2&fro
DHU
== DUH == 1097 "That's obvious you moron!"
DIMP
== DIMP s == 4197 a cigarette butt
DIMPS
== DIMPS y == 9677 DIMP a cigarette butt
DIORS
== DORIS e == 1245 (slang) a woman
DIRUZ
== DURZI s == 7950 a Hindu tailor-DARZI
DKNOO
== DONKO s == 9107 (New Zealand) an informal tearoom in a factory
== KONDO s == 9108 in Uganda a thief/armed robber
DKOSU
== DOUKS == 9538 DOUK 2bathe-DOOK
== KUDOS == 9539 honour-KUDO
DKOU
== DOUK s == 4044 2bathe-DOOK
== KUDO s == 4045 honour-KUDOS
DLOOS
== DOLOS == 6802 a big spiky concrete block in the shape of a twisted H Many of these tangle well 2form a breakwater pl dolosse
== DOOLS == 6803 DOOL a goal (a point-scoring play in some games)
== SOLDO == 6804 a former coin of Italy
DLOWY
== DOWLY == 10044 (English dialect) dull low-spirited
DNNOY
== DONNY == 8611 the hand-DANNY
DNOO
== DOON a == 1948 (Scots) down-DOUN
DNOOUV
== VODOUN s == 14355 a primitive religion-VODUN VOUDON VOUDOUN VOODOO VODOU VAUDOO VAUDOUX VOUDOU
== VOUDON s == 14356 a primitive religion-VODUN VODOUN VOUDOUN VOODOO VODOU VAUDOO VAUDOUX VOUDOU
DNOU
== DOUN == 1439 (Scots) down-DOON
== UDON s == 1440 thick Japanese noodles
== UNDO == 1441 2bring 2ruin
DNRUY
== NURDY == 7827 socially inept-NERDY NURDISH NERDISH
DOOUV
== VODOU ns == 8950 a primitive religion-VODUN VOUDON VODOUN VOUDOUN
DOPS
== DOPS == 3365 DOP 2dip (to immerse briefly in a liquid)
== as PODS == 3366 POD 2produce seed coverings
== SPOD es == 3367 a boring studious person
DOPSS
== SPODS == 10816 SPOD a boring studious person
DOSY
== DOYS == 3371 DOY dear a loved 1(Scots)
== YODS == 3372 YOD a Hebrew letter a pa t of YEAD YEDE &YEED
DOY
== DOY s == 785 dear a loved 1(Scots)
== YOD ehs == 786 a Hebrew letter a pa t of YEAD YEDE &YEED
DRRUY
== DURRY == 10524 (colloquial) a cigarette
DSUUW
== WUDUS == 11702 WUDU ritual washing before daily prayer (Muslim)
DUUW
== WUDU s == 5219 ritual washing before daily prayer (Muslim)
EEFKS
== KEEFS == 9366 KEEF hemp smoked 2produce euphoria-KAIF KEF KIEF KIF
== SKEEF == 9367 (South Africa) at an oblique angle
EEFN
== FEEN s == 1332 a man (Irish)
EEFNS
== FEENS == 3858 FEEN a man (Irish)
EEFRS
== FEERS == 3859 FEER 2plough (to turn soil with a farm implement-PLOW)
== FERES t == 3860 FERE a companion
== FREES t == 3861 FREE 2set at liberty
== REEFS == 3862 REEF 2reduce the area of a sail
== SEFER == 3863 (Hebrew) any book of Hebrew religious literature
EEGNW
== NGWEE == 5016 a monetary unit of Zambia
== WENGE s == 5017 a type of tree found in central &West Africa
EEIJT
== EEJIT s == 2434 (colloquial) an idiot
EEIJW
== JEWIE s == 6640 jewfish (Australian slang)
EEKLR
== KEREL s == 5658 (Afrikaans) a chap/fellow
EEKNO
== KEENO s == 2749 a game of chance-KENO QUINO
EEKT
== s KEET s == 2116 a young guinea fowl
== KETE == 2117 a Maori basket woven from flax
== s TEEK == 2118 well (Indian)
EEM
== dfhlmst EME su == 357 an uncle
== s MEE dkrst == 358 a Malaysian noodle food
EEMS
== dfhlmst EMES == 2095 EME an uncle
== s MEES == 2096 MEE a Malaysian noodle food
== MESE ls == 2097 the middle string on the lyre
== SEEM s == 2098 2appear 2be
== SEME ens == 2099 a type of ornamental pattern
== SMEE ks == 2100 a duck
EERSV
== EREVS == 3928 EREV the day before a Jewish special day
== SERVE drs == 3929 2work for
== SEVER esy == 3930 2divide/cut into parts
== VEERS == 3931 VEER 2change direction
== a VERSE drst == 3932 2versify (to change from prose into metrical form)
EERV
== EREV s == 1364 the day before a Jewish special day
== bflns EVER ty == 1365 at all times
== VEER sy == 1366 2change direction
EESTX
== TEXES == 5675 TEX a unit of linear density of yarn 1 gm per kilometre
EFFM
== MEFF s == 5279 a scruffy tramp a metho drinker (Liverpool slang)
EFFMS
== MEFFS == 11832 MEFF a scruffy tramp a metho drinker (Liverpool slang)
EFG
== FEG s == 614 a segment of an orange (also FIG)
EFIIR
== FIRIE s == 2068 (Australian slang) a firefighter
EFILS
== FILES == 3012 FILE 2arrange in order 4future reference
== FLIES t == 3013 FLY 2move through the air
== LIEFS == 3014 LIEF beloved (a person who is much loved)
== LIFES == 3015 LIFE the state of functional activity
EFIOX
== FOXIE rs == 4641 (colloquial) a fox-terrier
EFIRS
== FIERS == 1769 FIER a companion-FERE FEARE FIERE PHEER PHEERE
== FIRES == 1770 FIRE 2ignite (to set on fire)
== FRIES == 1771 FRY 2cook in fat/oil
== FRISE es == 1772 a coarse woollen fabric
== p REIFS == 1773 REIF robbery (theft (the act of stealing))
== SERIF s == 1774 a line used 2finish the main stroke of a letter
EFLOX
== FLEXO rs == 8009 a method of rotary letterpress printing-FLEXOGRAPHY
EFLRY
== FERLY == 7229 a strange sight to wonder-FERLIE.
== FLYER s == 7230 1that flies-FLIER.
== REFLY == 7231 2fly again
EFMMY
== FEMMY == 12213 markedly feminine in appearance
EFNU
== ENUF == 1702 enough used in texting
EFORX
== FOREX == 6459 short 4foreign exchange
EFORZ
== FORZE == 6460 FORZA (musical term) force power strength
== FROZE n == 6461 FREEZE 2turn into a solid by lowering the temperature pa p FROZEN
EFS
== knrt EFS == 502 EF the letter F
== FES st == 503 FE a Hebrew letter-PE PEH
EFSTY
== FESTY == 7241 (Australian slang) very bad
EGGIN
== GINGE rs == 5281 (colloquial) someone with ginger hair
EGIKL
== GLIKE s == 6259 a jest
== KLIEG == 6260 as in klieg light an intense carbon-arc light used 4illumination in producing films
EGN
== lm ENG s == 139 a phonetic symbol
== a GEN aestu == 140 information as in gen up 2brief GENNED GENNING GENS.
== NEG s == 141 a photographic negative
EGNNO
== ENNOG s == 2755 (Mersey dialect) a back alley
EGNNY
== GENNY == 8114 a large triangular sail-GENOA
EGNRZ
== GRENZ == 6285 as in grenz rays X-rays of long wavelength produced in a device when electrons are accelerated through == 25 kilovolts/less
EGNS
== lm ENGS == 1162 ENG a phonetic symbol
== GENS == 1163 a type of clan (a group of families)
== NEGS == 1164 NEG a photographic negative
EGORS
== ERGOS == 1143 ERGO a logical conclusion
== GOERS == 1144 GOER 1that goes (to move along)
== GORES == 1145 GORE 2pierce with a horn/tusk
== GORSE s == 1146 furze (a spiny shrub-WHIN)
== OGRES s == 1147 OGRE a monster (an extraordinary grotesque/gigantic animal)
== g REGOS == 1148 REGO motor registration-REGGO
== SOGER s == 1149 a soldier
EGOSV
== VEGOS == 4695 VEGO a vegetarian
EGOV
== VEGO s == 1595 a vegetarian
EGPSU
== SPEUG s == 7505 (Scots) a house sparrow-SPUG SPUGGY
EGRT
== GERT == 589 (English dialect) very big
EGRX
== GREX == 3160 a group of plants with a common hybrid ancestor
EHIS
== l EISH == 976 of surprise (South African)
== rs HIES == 977 HIE 2hurry (to move swiftly)
EHKU
== KUEH == 4470 a Malaysian Indian/Chinese cake
EHMOT
== METHO ds == 4395 (colloquial) methylated spirits
EHSS
== SESH == 4303 a session (a period of time spent on any 1activity)
== ai SHES == 4304 SHE a female person (a human being)
EIITY
== YITIE s == 2070 (Scots) the yellowhammer-YITE
EIJNN
== JINNE e == 5628 (Afrikaans) an exclamation expressive of surprise admiration shock etc-JIRRE
EIJRR
== JIRRE == 5629 (Afrikaans) an exclamation expressive of surprise admiration shock etc-JINNE
EIKOP
== POKIE rs == 4643 a poker machine
EIKOR
== KIORE == 1086 (Maori) a small brown rat native 2New Zealand
EIKPY
== s PIKEY s == 9517 derogatory word 4a gypsy/vagrant
EILLO
== cmt OLLIE s == 2032 a jump into the air in skateboarding
EILNT
== ELINT s == 158 the gathering of electronic intelligence
== ENLIT == 159 ENLIGHT 2shed light on
== INLET s == 160 2insert (to put in)
== l INTEL s == 161 military intelligence
== LENTI cl == 162 LENTO a slow musical movement
EILP
== cs LIPE == 980 LIPA Croatian monetary unit
== s PILE adirs == 981 2lay 1upon the other
== PLIE drs == 982 a movement in ballet
EIMPU
== PUMIE s == 5617 a pebble-PUMY
== y UMPIE s == 5618 (Australian) an umpire-UMPY
EIMTX
== MIXTE == 5846 denoting a type of bicycle frame No -S
EINO
== bm ONIE == 7 any (Scots)-ONY
EINRX
== NIXER s == 2002 (Australian slang) a spare-time job
EINSS
== NISSE s == 2807 a friendly goblin-NIS
== SENSI s == 2808 a teacher of Japanese martial arts-SENSEI
== SIENS == 2809 SIEN a child/descendant-SCION SIENT
== SINES == 2810 SINE 2rinse (to cleanse with clear water)
== SNIES == 2811 SNY a side channel of a river-SNYE
EIOZZ
== m OZZIE s == 9737 (Dial) a hospital
EISS
== SEIS em == 1603 SEI a large whale
== SIES == 1604 yech an expression of disgust (South Africa)-SIS
EJLOP
== POLJE s == 8014 (Serbo-Croat) a large elliptical depression in karst regions sometimes containing a marsh/lake
EJOS
== JOES == 1988 JOE a fellow
== SJOE == 1989 wow (S Africa)
EKKRY
== KERKY == 12166 stupid (mentally slow)
EKLTT
== KLETT s == 8792 a lightweight climbing boot-KLETTERSCHUH
EKLW
== KEWL == 4475 cool hip
== WELK est == 4476 2wither-WELKE
EKMPY
== KEMPY == 11921 of hair coarse Like kemp
EKNR
== KERN es == 1876 2be formed with a projecting typeface
== NERK as == 1877 a bothersome idiot
== RENK == 1878 horrible
EKNS
== s KENS == 2734 KEN 2know (to have a true understanding of)
== NEKS == 2735 NEK a mountain pass
== SKEN es == 2736 2squint (Scots)
EKNSS
== SKENS == 10105 SKEN 2squint (Scots)
EKNU
== KUNE == 2737 KUNA Croatian monetary unit = 100 lipa
== NEUK s == 2738 a corner
== NUKE ds == 2739 2attack with nuclear weapons
EKOR
== KERO s == 1252 a fuel oil-KEROSENE KEROSINE
== KORE s == 1253 an ancient Greek statue of a young woman
== bptw ROKE drs == 1254 2smoke (to emit a gas/vapour due 2burning)
EKORS
== KEROS == 3787 KERO a fuel oil-KEROSENE KEROSINE
== KORES == 3788 KORE an ancient Greek statue of a young woman
== bpt ROKES == 3789 ROKE 2smoke (to emit a gas/vapour due 2burning)
EKORY
== YOKER s == 6469 1who puts a yoke on
EKPSY
== KYPES == 11257 KYPE a hook on the lower jaw of a male salmon
== PESKY == 11258 annoying
EKPY
== KYPE s == 5011 a hook on the lower jaw of a male salmon
EKRTY
== TRYKE s == 7627 a tricycle-TRIKE
EKSST
== KESTS == 10108 KEST 2throw with force (pa t KEST)-CAST
== SEKTS == 10109 SEKT German wine
== SKETS == 10110 SKET 2splash (water)
EKST
== KEST s == 2743 2throw with force (pa t KEST)-CAST
== s KETS == 2744 KET carrion (dead &rotting flesh)
== SEKT s == 2745 German wine
== SKET s == 2746 2splash (water)
EKSY
== p ESKY == 4486 a container 4keeping drinks cool
== KEYS == 4487 KEY 2supply with a device 4unlocking locks
== KYES == 4488 KYE a Korean village fund which lends 4weddings funerals etc
== SYKE rs == 4489 a small stream-SIKE
== YESK s == 4490 2hiccup-YEX
ELLOR
== LOREL s == 3546 a scamp-LORRELL LOZELL
== ghlprst OLLER s == 3547 (Liverpool dialect) waste ground
ELOSV
== cg LOVES == 3624 LOVE 2feel great affection for
== hn OVELS == 3625 OVEL a mourner of nearest blood relations (Jewish)-AVEL
== SLOVE n == 3626 SLIVE 2slip (to slide suddenly &accidentally)
== SOLVE drs == 3627 2find the answer to
== VOLES == 3628 VOLE 2win all tricks in a card game
ELOV
== LEVO == 1218 turning towards the left-LAEVO
== cgs LOVE drsy == 1219 2feel great affection for
== hn OVEL s == 1220 a mourner of nearest blood relations (Jewish)-AVEL
== VOLE dst == 1221 2win all tricks in a card game
ELPSU
== PLUES == 6539 PLUE a beaver skin as a tradable item of value-PLEW PLU
== s PULES == 6540 PULE 2whine (to whimper (to cry plaintively))
== PULSE drs == 6541 2expand &contract rhythmically-PULSATE
== PUSLE dsy == 6542 2puzzle (to perplex (to puzzle (to perplex)))
== SPULE s == 6543 the shoulder
ELPTU
== LETUP s == 4875 an easing off
== TUPLE s == 4876 in mathematics a set of values
ELPU
== PLUE s == 2538 a beaver skin as a tradable item of value-PLEW PLU
== s PULE drs == 2539 2whine (to whimper (to cry plaintively))
ELPX
== PLEX == 4493 short form of multiplex
ELRSU
== a LURES == 2453 LURE 2entice (to lead astray)
== LUSER s == 2454 a user of a computer system as perceived by a technical support group
== b RULES == 2455 RULE 2control (to exercise authority over-CONTROUL)
EMMY
== fgj EMMY s == 5281 a TV award
EMO
== dm EMO s == 150 emotional punk rock
== MOE rs == 151 a wry face
EMOR
== MOER s == 621 2attack (South African slang)
== s MORE ls == 622 a greater amount
== cghv OMER s == 623 a Hebrew unit of dry measure
EMORS
== MOERS == 2231 MOER 2attack (South African slang)
== s MORES == 2232 the characteristic customs of a community
== MORSE ls == 2233 the fastening of a cope
== cghv OMERS == 2234 OMER a Hebrew unit of dry measure
== SMORE ds == 2235 2smother (to prevent from breathing)
EMOS
== dm EMOS == 1223 EMO emotional punk rock
== MOES == 1224 MOE a wry face
== MOSE dsy == 1225 2have glanders
== SOME == 1226 being an unspecified number/part
EMPR
== s PERM s == 2886 2permanent wave the hair
== PREM sy == 2887 a premature baby
EMPRS
== s PERMS == 7264 PERM 2permanent wave the hair
== PREMS == 7265 PREM a premature baby
== SPERM s == 7266 a male gamete (a mature reproductive cell)
EMPST
== t EMPTS == 7267 EMPT 2empty (to remove the contents of)
== TEMPS == 7268 TEMP 2be employed as a temporary worker
EMPT
== dknt EMPT sy == 2888 2empty (to remove the contents of)
== TEMP iost == 2889 2be employed as a temporary worker
EMZZ
== MEZZ eo == 5414 a mezzanine floor
ENOPS
== c OPENS == 2241 OPEN 2expose 2view
== PEONS == 2242 PEON an unskilled labourer
== PONES == 2243 PONE a corn bread
== SNOEP == 2244 (Afrikaans) tight-fisted
ENSTU
== SUENT == 1194 (dialect) smooth &evenly spread
== TUNES == 1195 TUNE 2adjust 2a proper pitch
== s UNSET s == 1196 2unsettle (to make unstable (not stable))
EOOSW
== WOOSE ls == 4594 a wimp-WUSS
EOPP
== PEPO s == 4037 a fruit having a fleshy interior &a hard rind-PEPONIDA PEPONIUM
== POEP s == 4038 a fart (South African)
== POPE s == 4039 the head of the Roman Catholic Church
EOPPS
== PEPOS == 9532 PEPO a fruit having a fleshy interior &a hard rind-PEPONIDA PEPONIUM
== POEPS == 9533 POEP a fart (South African)
== POPES == 9534 POPE the head of the Roman Catholic Church
EOR
== bcdfghklmprstwy ORE s == 18 rock containing a valuable metal-OWRE
== REO s == 19 language (te reo Maori is the Maori language)
== f ROE ds == 20 fish-eggs
EORS
== acdhkwz EROS e == 185 sexual desire
== bcfgklmprsty ORES == 186 ORE rock containing a valuable metal-OWRE
== REOS == 187 REO language (te reo Maori is the Maori language)
== f ROES == 188 ROE fish-eggs
== abep ROSE dst == 189 2make like a rose in colour/scent
== SORE delrsx == 190 2wound (to inflict an injury upon)
EORST
== ESTRO s == 246 enthusiasm
== p RESTO s == 247 (Australian slang) a restored antique vintage car etc
== g ROSET sy == 248 2rosin (to treat with a brittle resin-ROSET)
== ROTES == 249 ROTE learning by repetition-ROATE
== STORE drsy == 250 2put away 4future use
== s TORES == 251 TORE a large convex moulding-TORUS
== TORSE ls == 252 a wreath of twisted silks
EORSW
== hp OWRES == 2269 OWRE rock containing a valuable metal-ORE
== RESOW ns == 2270 2sow again
== SEROW s == 2271 an Asian antelope
== SOWER s == 2272 1that sows (to scatter seeds 4a crop)
== SWORE == 2273 SWEAR 2utter a solemn oath
== WEROS == 2274 WERO a ritual challenge issued 2a visitor 2a marae (Maori)
== WORSE dnrst == 2275 2defeat-WORST
EORW
== bcdlmprstv OWER == 640 over
== hp OWRE s == 641 rock containing a valuable metal-ORE
== WERO s == 642 a ritual challenge issued 2a visitor 2a marae (Maori)
== s WORE == 643 WEAR 2be dressed in clothing
EOSV
== EVOS == 1233 EVO evening (Australian slang)
== VOES == 1234 VOE a small bay creek/inlet
EOV
== l EVO es == 153 evening (Australian slang)
== e VOE s == 154 a small bay creek/inlet
EOX
== EXO n == 320 excellent (Australian slang)
EPPR
== PERP s == 4564 a perpetrator (slang)
== PREP s == 4565 2attend a preparatory school
== REPP s == 4566 a cross-ribbed fabric
EPRSU
== s PUERS == 4896 PUER 2tan leather with dog faeces
== PURES t == 4897 PURE 2refine (to free from impurities)
== PURSE drsw == 4898 2pucker (to gather into small wrinkles/folds)
== SPRUE s == 4899 a tropical disease
== SPUER s == 4900 1who spues
== SUPER bs == 4901 2reinforce with a thin cotton mesh as a book
EPRTU
== ERUPT s == 3165 2break out/through
== UPTER == 3166 (Australian slang) of poor quality-UPTA
EPSZ
== ZEPS == 4495 ZEP a long zeppelin shaped sandwich
EPZ
== ZEP s == 1085 a long zeppelin shaped sandwich
ERSSU
== cdu RUSES == 6443 RUSE a deception
== RUSSE lt == 6444 as in charlotte russe a cold dessert made from whipped cream custard etc surrounded by sponge fingers
== SUERS == 6445 SUER 1that sues (to institute legal proceedings against)
== u SURES t == 6446 SURE 2be security for
== lm USERS == 6447 USER 1that uses (to put into service)
ERSUV
== ERUVS == 4905 ERUV a designated region where Jewish religious rules are relaxed
ERUV
== ERUV s == 1763 a designated region where Jewish religious rules are relaxed
ETX
== TEX t == 535 a unit of linear density of yarn 1 gm per kilometre
FFII
== FIFI == 5154 as in fifi hook a mountaineering hook
FFIK
== s KIFF == 5406 excellent (South African slang)
FGLUY
== FUGLY == 11577 an offensive word 4very ugly FUGLIER FUGLIEST
== GULFY == 11578 full of whirlpools
FIKLU
== KULFI s == 10794 an Indian dessert made by freezing milk which has been concentrated by boiling away some of the water in it &flavoured with nuts &cardamom seeds
FIKU
== KUFI s == 4799 a cap worn by Muslim men
FILM
== FILM isy == 4199 2make a motion picture
== FLIM ps == 4200 a five pound note
FILMS
== FILMS == 9680 FILM 2make a motion picture
== FLIMS y == 9681 FLIM a five pound note
FILR
== FLIR st == 2369 forward looking infrared radar
FIPS
== SPIF fs == 4202 a postage stamp perforated 2identify theft by employees-PERFIN
FIPSS
== SPIFS == 11485 SPIF a postage stamp perforated 2identify theft by employees-PERFIN
FIPU
== PFUI == 4203 phooey (used as an exclamation of disgust/contempt)
FIS
== dkr IFS == 694 IF a condition
== SIF t == 695 disgusting (syphilitic) (S African slang)
FKSSY
== SKYFS == 12410 SKYF 2smoke (South African)
FKSY
== SKYF s == 5396 2smoke (South African)
FMOO
== MOFO s == 4625 motherfucker (obscene insult)
FMOOS
== MOFOS == 10485 MOFO motherfucker (obscene insult)
FOOY
== bgprw OOFY == 4628 expensive ostentatious
== YOOF s == 4629 a youth (a young person)
FORS
== a FROS ht == 2657 FRO a hairstyle
== ORFS == 2658 ORF a viral infection of sheep
FOSW
== SOWF fs == 4406 2whistle softly-SOWFF
== WOFS == 4407 WOF a nobody a fool (a waste of flesh)
FOW
== WOF s == 1055 a nobody a fool (a waste of flesh)
GGHUY
== s HUGGY == 12313 ensitive &caring
GGI
== GIG as == 1123 2catch fish with a pronged spear
== bmr IGG s == 1124 2ignore (slang) IGGED IGGING IGGS
GGIS
== GIGS == 4612 GIG 2catch fish with a pronged spear
== bmr IGGS == 4613 IGG 2ignore (slang) IGGED IGGING IGGS
GGNU
== GUNG ey == 4976 part of phrase gung ho enthusiastically involved
GGOO
== GOGO s == 4955 a discotheque
== GOOG s == 4956 an egg
GGOOS
== GOGOS == 11054 GOGO a discotheque
== GOOGS == 11055 GOOG an egg
GHOT
== GOTH s == 3022 someone into gothic music/fashion
GINOT
== l INGOT s == 988 2shape into a convenient form 4storage
== TIGON s == 989 the offspring of a male tiger &a female lion-TIGLON
== TOING s == 990 as in toing &froing
GIOR
== GIRO ns == 596 a European mechanism 4transfer of funds
== GORI s == 597 a white female (India/Pakistan)
GIORS
== GIROS == 2096 GIRO a European mechanism 4transfer of funds
== GORIS == 2097 GORI a white female (India/Pakistan)
GJNO
== JONG s == 3977 friend (Afrikaans)
GJNOS
== JONGS == 9209 JONG friend (Afrikaans)
GKOR
== GROK s == 3979 2understand deeply by intuition
GMNSU
== MUNGS == 9797 MUNG 2process data (computing)
GMNU
== MUNG aos == 4322 2process data (computing)
GNOR
== pw RONG == 1239 RING 2give forth a clear resonant sound
GNOSW
== GNOWS == 7730 GNOW West Australian aboriginal name 4Mallee fowl
== GOWNS == 7731 GOWN 2dress in a gown (a long loose outer garment)
GNOW
== GNOW s == 3026 West Australian aboriginal name 4Mallee fowl
== GOWN s == 3027 2dress in a gown (a long loose outer garment)
GOORY
== GOORY == 8508 (New Zealand) a mongrel an extinct native dog-GOORIE KURI
GORTU
== GROUT sy == 3643 2fill a crack with thin mortar
== TRUGO s == 3644 (Australian) a game similar 2croquet
GOSS
== GOSS e == 4498 2spit (to throw out saliva from the mouth)
== SOGS == 4499 SOG 2soak (to saturate in liquid)
GPSSU
== SPUGS == 11918 SPUG (Scots) a house sparrow-SPUGGY SPEUG
GPSU
== GUPS == 4832 GUP gossip
== s PUGS == 4833 PUG 2fill in with clay/mortar
== SPUG s == 4834 (Scots) a house sparrow-SPUGGY SPEUG
HHISS
== SHISH a == 12217 (Turkish) as in shish kebab a dish of meat &vegetables threaded on 2skewers &grilled
HHSUU
== HUHUS == 12393 HUHU a hairy New Zealand beetle
HHUU
== HUHU s == 5436 a hairy New Zealand beetle
HIIKO
== HIKOI s == 9248 (Maori) 2take part in a protest march HIKOIS HIKOIING HIKOIED
HIIM
== MIHI s == 4342 2greet with a Maori greeting
HIIMS
== IMSHI == 9856 go away-IMSHY
== MIHIS == 9857 MIHI 2greet with a Maori greeting
HIIO
== HIOI s == 1973 a New Zealand mint plant
HIIOS
== HIOIS == 5305 HIOI a New Zealand mint plant
HIMS
== sw HIMS == 4204 HIM a male (a member of the male sex)
== SHIM s == 4205 2adjust by using a thin strip of metal/wood
HINS
== cstw HINS == 2381 HIN a Hebrew unit of liquid measure
== HISN == 2382 his (the possessive form of the pronoun HE)
== k NISH == 2383 nothing (no-thing)
== SHIN esy == 2384 2climb by gripping with the hands &legs-SHINNY
== SINH s == 2385 a hyperbolic function of an angle
HIOR
== HORI s == 1138 a Maori (derogatory term)
HIORS
== HORIS == 3340 HORI a Maori (derogatory term)
== ROSHI s == 3341 (Japanese) a teacher of Zen Buddhism
HIOSS
== SHISO s == 8682 (Japanese) an Asian plant with aromatic leaves that are used in cooking
HIOW
== WHIO == 2938 New Zealand mountain duck
HIRSU
== SHIUR == 6221 (Hebrew) a lesson esp 1in which a passage of the Talmud is studied together by a group of people
HISTW
== SWITH e == 8471 quickly-SWITHE SWITHLY
== WHIST s == 8472 2hush (to quiet (to silence (to make quiet)))
== WHITS == 8473 WHIT a particle (a very small piece/part)
== WISHT == 8474 2keep silent-WHISHT WHIST
== WITHS == 8475 WITH a partition between chimney flues
HLNOO
== HOLON s == 7437 an autonomous self-reliant unit esp in manufacturing
HMO
== w HOM aeosy == 1057 a sacred plant of the ancient Persians-HOMA
== MHO s == 1058 a unit of electrical conductance
== OHM s == 1059 a unit of electrical resistance
HMOS
== HOMS == 4413 HOM a sacred plant of the ancient Persians-HOMA
== MHOS == 4414 MHO a unit of electrical conductance
== MOSH == 4415 2dance frantically 2rock music
== OHMS == 4416 OHM a unit of electrical resistance
== SHMO == 4417 a stupid person-SCHMO SCHMOCK SCHMOE
HOOPS
== w HOOPS == 10496 HOOP 2fasten with a circular band of metal
== POOHS == 10497 POOH 2express contempt for
== POSHO s == 10498 (Swahili) corn meal
HOTTY
== HOTTY == 10347 a hot-water bottle a sexually attractive person-HOTTIE
HPUW
== WHUP s == 5315 2defeat totally
IIST
== v ISIT == 1432 is it? (South Africa)
IIW
== k IWI s == 765 a large Maori tribe (sometimes the whole Maori nation)
IJKO
== KOJI s == 4573 a Japanese fungus which breaks down soy beans into soy sauce
IJVY
== JIVY == 5202 lively (full of energy)
IKKL
== KLIK s == 5388 a kilometer-KLICK
IKNOS
== e IKONS == 5177 IKON a symbol/image-ICON
== KINOS == 5178 KINO a gum resin
== NKOSI s == 5179 (South Africa) term of address 2a superior
== b OINKS == 5180 OINK 2grunt like a hog
IKOS
== KOIS == 2760 KOI a large colourful fish
== h OIKS == 2761 OIK a boor (a rude person)
== SKIO s == 2762 a hut
IKS
== s KIS hst == 934 KI (Chinese) a life force-QI
== SIK ae == 935 excellent (Australian texting slang)
== SKI dmnopst == 936 2travel on narrow strips of wood
IKSTU
== KUTIS == 7959 KUTI female dog (India)
IKTU
== KUTI s == 3233 female dog (India)
ILLPU
== PULLI == 10593 PULLUS a chick/young bird
ILMP
== bf LIMP as == 4212 2walk lamely lacking rigidity.
== PLIM s == 4213 2swell (to increase in size/volume)
ILNUX
== LINUX == 7960 a nonproprietary computer operating system 4personal computers
ILOP
== LIPO s == 1865 liposuction
ILOPS
== LIPOS == 5000 LIPO liposuction
== POLIS h == 5001 an ancient Greek city-state
== SPOIL st == 5002 2mar (to spoil (to mar (to spoil)))
IMNPS
== NIMPS == 8479 (Liverpool dialect) easy
IMOR
== MIRO == 1141 a tall New Zealand tree
IMOST