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— English words —
  • ad n. Abbreviation of advertisement.
  • ad n. Abbreviation of advertising.
  • ad n. Abbreviation of advertiser.
  • ad n. (Tennis) advantage.
  • ad n. (Debating) advantage.
  • ad prep. To, toward.
  • Ad n. (Virology) Abbreviation of adenovirus.
  • AD adv. (Often punctuated) Initialism of anno Domini (borrowed from Latin); in the year of our Lord.
  • AD n. (Film) Initialism of assistant director.
  • AD n. (Military) Initialism of air defence or air defense.
  • AD n. (Pharmacology) Initialism of antidepressant.
  • AD n. (US, Navy) Initialism of auxiliary destroyer (a naval tender, a destroyer tender that tends to destroyers).
  • AD n. (Uncountable, pathology) Initialism of Alzheimer’s disease.
  • AD n. (Aviation) Initialism of airworthiness directive.
  • AD n. (Business) Initialism of anti-dumping.
  • AD n. (Television) Abbreviation of audio description.
  • AD prop.n. Abu Dhabi.
  • 'ad v. (Britain, dialectal or slang) Alternative form of had.
  • -ad suff. A unit or set (especially of a specified number).
  • -ad suff. (Medicine, anatomy) toward.
  • ad- pref. (No longer productive) near, at.
  • ad- pref. (No longer productive) toward, to, tendency, or addition.
  • ad. n. Abbreviation of adaptation.
  • ad. n. Abbreviation of adapter.
  • ad. n. Abbreviation of archdiocese.
  • ad. n. (Grammar, also spelt adv(.)) Abbreviation of adverb.
  • ad. n. (Also spelt ad) Abbreviation of advertisement.
  • ad. v. Abbreviation of adapt.
  • ad. v. Abbreviation of adapted.
  • ad. v. (Imperative, medicine, in prescriptions, also spelt add.) Abbreviation of addantur.
  • ad. v. (Imperative, medicine, in prescriptions, also spelt add.) Abbreviation of adde.
  • A.D. adv. Alternative form of AD; abbreviation of anno Domini.
  • A.␣D. adv. Alternative form of AD.
— International convention —
  • Ad prop.n. (Virology) adenovirus; Abbreviation of Adenoviridae.
  • AD sym. (International standards) ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code for Andorra.
  • .ad sym. The ccTLD for Andorra as assigned by the IANA.
— Foreign words, define in English —
  • Azerbaijani
    • ad n. Name, first name.
    • ad n. (Grammar) noun.
  • Blagar
    • ad n. Fire.
  • Catalan
  • Cherokee
  • Czech
    • ad. adv. Abbreviation of a další: etc.
  • Danish
    • ad prep. By.
    • ad prep. At.
    • ad interj. Ew, bleah.
    • åd v. Past tense of æde.
  • East central german
    • Ad prop.n. (Erzgebirgisch) a diminutive of the male given name André.
  • Esperanto
    • -ad- suff. (Verbal suffix) -adi notable duration of an action.
    • -ad- suff. (Nominal suffix with verbal root) -ado noun of an action.
    • -ad- suff. (Nominal suffix with nominal root) -ado simple action of the verb without connotation of duration.
  • Hungarian
    • ad v. (Transitive) to give (to someone -nak/-nek; optionally as something -ul/-ül).
    • ad v. (Transitive) to throw, organize, hold, give (a party/celebration/dinner, especially in honour of someone).
    • ad v. (Transitive, arithmetic) Synonym of hozzáad (“to add”) (used with -hoz/-hez/-höz).
    • ad v. (Often in the third person plural, with no subject) to broadcast (some programme on TV or the radio).
    • ad v. (Slang, construed with definite conjugation and often null object) Synonym of tetszik (“to appeal to someone”).
    • ád v. (Transitive, archaic, poetic or dialectal) Alternative form of ad (“to give”).
    • -ad suff. (Possessive suffix) your (second-person singular informal, single possession).
    • -ad suff. (Fraction-forming suffix) Appended to a cardinal number to form a fraction.
    • -ad suff. (Verb-forming suffix) Appended to a stem to form a verb.
    • -ad suff. (Settlement suffix) Suffix in names of settlements.
  • Icelandic
    • conj. That.
    • part. To (infinitive particle).
    • prep. (With dative) to, towards.
  • Ido
    • ad prep. To (movement, tendency or position).
    • ad prep. Dative: indirect object.
    • ad prep. To (object of action, thought, desire).
    • ad prep. To (comparison or relation).
    • ad prep. Proportion; total.
    • ad- pref. To (indicating that to which there is movement, tendency or position, with or without arrival).
  • Indonesian
    • AD n. Initialism of angkatan darat.
    • AD n. Initialism of anggaran dasar.
    • AD n. Initialism of anno Domini.
    • a.d. n. Abbreviation of atas dasar.
  • Irish
    • ad cont. (Colloquial, dialectal) Contraction of do do (“to/for your sg”).
    • ad cont. (Colloquial, dialectal) Contraction of i do (“in your sg”).
    • 'ad pron. Galway form of agat.
  • Livonian
    • äd v. Second person singular present form of the negation verb.
  • Lushootseed
    • ad- pref. Your (singular).
  • Manx
    • ad pron. Third person plural pronoun; they, them.
  • Meriam
    • ad n. Story.
  • Middle irish
    • ád n. Good luck, prosperity, success.
  • Moore
    • ãd- n. Related to stars or astronomy.
  • Norwegian bokmål
    • AD phr. Initialism of anno Domini (“Anno Domini”).
    • a.D. phr. Alternative spelling of AD.
  • Norwegian nynorsk
    • -ad suff. (Archaic, nonstandard) Used to form past participle form of many weak verbs.
  • Old english
    • ad n. Funeral pyre.
    • n. Alternative spelling of āþ.
  • Old french
    • ad prep. Alternative form of a (to; towards).
    • ad v. Alternative form of a; third-person singular present indicative of avoir.
  • Old irish
    • -ad suff. Suffix forming verbal nouns.
    • -ad suff. Suffix forming the third-person singular imperative form.
    • -ad suff. Suffix forming the third-person singular imperfect indicative form.
    • -ad suff. Suffix forming the third-person singular past subjunctive form.
    • -ad suff. Suffix forming the third-person singular conditional form of reduplicated and ē-future stems.
    • -ad suff. Suffix forming the singular passive conjunct preterite form of s-preterite stems.
    • ad- pref. To, towards.
    • ad- pref. In many compounds, it has a purely intensive sense.
    • ad- pref. Augment infix used instead of ro- on verbs whose first prefix is com- and the stressed syllable starts…
  • Parauk
    • ád adj. Too salty.
  • Pumpokol
    • ad pron. I (first-person subjective singular).
  • Romanian
    • ad n. Obsolete form of iad.
  • Salar
    • ad n. Name.
  • Sassarese
    • ad prep. Alternative form of a, found before a vowel.
  • Scots
    • A'd cont. Contraction of A haed (“I had”): I’d.
  • Scottish gaelic
    • ad n. Hat.
  • Serbo-croatian
    • -ad suff. Suffix appended to words to create a feminine noun, usually a collective noun.
  • Sumerian
    • ad rom. Romanization of 𒀜 (ad).
  • Swedish
    • AD prop.n. Abbreviation of Arbetsdomstolen (“Labour Court”). (the Swedish Labour Court)
    • AD n. A combination of vitamin A and D, given to children (in 2008 replaced by only vitamin D).
    • AD n. Initialism of art director.
    • AD n. (Soccer) Initialism of assisterande domare (“assistant referee”).
    • -ad suff. -ed, used to form adjectives from nouns, in the sense of having the object represented by the noun.
    • -ad suff. Suffix forming past participle.
  • Tausug
    • ad n. Fence.
    • ad n. Wall.
  • Turkish
    • ad n. Name, first name, last name.
    • ad n. Noun.
    • ad n. Reputation, fame, name, repute.
  • Veps
    • ad n. Hell, underworld.
  • Vilamovian
    • ād n. Soil.
    • ād n. The ground.
    • Ād prop.n. Earth (third planet from the Sun).
  • Volapük
    • ad prep. For, in order to, to.
  • Walloon
  • Welsh
    • ad v. Soft mutation of gad.
    • -ad suff. Show the action of a verb or its result.
    • -ad suff. Suffix indicating an agent noun: -er, -or.
    • -ad suff. Person who comes from somewhere or is classed by something, -ian, -ist.
    • ad- pref. Again, back, re-.
    • ad- pref. Affirmative prefix, emphasises prefixed word.
  • Westrobothnian
    • åd n. Female eider.
  • Yapese
    • -ad suff. Plural (3 or more) pronoun marker.
  • Yola
    • ad v. Simple past tense of ha (“have”).
    • ad prep. Alternative form of adh.
— English words, defined in German —
  • AD Abk. A.D.
  • AD Abk. Kalender: Abkürzung für anno Domini, Jahreszahl „nach Christi Geburt“.
— English word, defined in Dutch —
  • ad n. Advertentie.
— English words, defined in Latin —
  • ad n.subs. Proscriptio, praeconium.
  • AD abb. Anno Domini; in the year of the/our Lord — anno Domini sive post Christum natum (P. Chr. n.).
  • AD abb. Active duty.
  • AD abb. Athletic director.
  • AD abb. Average deviation.
  • AD abb. (Mil.) air defence.
  • AD abb. Air-dried.
  • AD abb. Alzheimer’s disease.
  • AD abb. Average deviation.
  • AD abb. Art director.
  • AD abb. Assembly district.
  • AD abb. Assistant director.
  • AD abb. After date.
  • AD abb. Ante diem; before the day.
  • AD abb. Autograph document.
— English words, defined in French —
  • ad n. (Informel) Pub, publicité, annonce, réclame.
  • AD adj. Apr. J.-C. On doit placer ce mot devant l’année, mais il est commun aujourd’hui de le placer après…
— English words, defined in Portuguese —
  • ad prep. Para, em.
  • ad s. (Propaganda) anúncio, propaganda.
  • ad s. (Tênis) vantagem.
— English words, defined in Italian —
  • ad s. Pubblicità, annuncio pubblicitario.
  • A&D acro. Accounting and Disbursing System.
  • A&D acro. Acquisition & Development.
  • A&D acro. Acquisitions and Disposals.
  • A&D acro. Admission & Disposition.
  • A&D acro. (Industria) Aerospace and Defense.
  • A&D acro. Alcohol & Drugs.
  • A&D acro. (Romanzo) Angels and Demons.
  • A&D acro. Architecture and Design.
  • A&D acro. Archive and Dissemination.
  • A&D acro. Armed & Dangerous.
  • A&D acro. Assumptions and Definitions.
  • A&D acro. Automation & Drives.
— In German —
  • AD S. Arbeitsgemeinschaft Druckbehälter.
  • ad- Präf. Vorangestelltes Wortbildungselement in Fremdwörtern aus…
  • a.D. Abk. Außer Dienst.
  • a␣d. Abk. A dato.
  • a.␣d. Abk. Bei Ortsnamen: an der.
  • a.␣D. Abk. A. d. D.
  • a.␣D. Abk. Auf Dienstleistung.
  • a.␣D. Abk. Außer Dienst.
  • a.␣D. Abk. Auch: an der Donau.
  • A.␣D. Abk. AD, A.D., a. D.
  • A.␣D. Abk. Anno Domini.
— In Dutch —
  • ad voorz. Bij, tot, met, tegen.
  • ad voorz. (Jiddisch-Hebreeuws) tot (alleen in de onderstaande uitdrukkingen).
  • Ad eig. (Mannelijke naam) een jongensnaam.
  • Ad eig. (Afkorting), (verkorting) de afkorting voor jongensnamen…
  • AD eig. (Afkorting), (initiaalwoord) de afkorting voor Algemeen…
  • ad- Ter vorming van woorden met de betekenis van het voorzetsel…
— In Latin —
  • ad praep. √ Appropinquans, adveniens (rem), et esse in loco prope…
— In French —
  • Ad n.m. Alfred.
  • AD sym. (Marine) Code du quartier d’immatriculation d’Audierne.
  • AD n.m. (Réseaux informatiques) Active Directory.
  • ad- préf. Variante de a-.
— In Spanish —
  • -ad suf. Terminación verbal para segunda persona del plural (vosotros)…
— In Portuguese —
  • ad- pref. Com, junto de.
— In Italian —
  • ad prep. Forma eufonica di a.
  • ad- pref. Intensivo.
352 English words from 134 English definitions

abbreviation Abu Abu␣Dhabi action adapt adaptation adapted adapter add adde addition adenovirus adjectives ado adv advantage adverb advertisement advertiser advertising Affirmative Again agent agent␣noun air airworthiness alpha also Alternative Alzheimer anatomy and Andorra Andre anno␣Domini anti antidepressant appeal appended archaic archdiocese ard arithmetic arrival art art␣director assigned assistant assistant␣referee astronomy atas audio audio␣description Augment auxiliary Aviation back before bleah borrowed Britain broadcast Business cardinal cardinal␣number ccTLD celebration children classed code collective collective␣noun Colloquial com- combination comes comes␣from comparison compounds conditional conjugation conjunct connotation construed Contraction country country␣code Court create dals dative Debating defence defense definite description desire destroyer destroyers dialectal diminutive dinner directive director disease do␣do Domini dumping duration Earth eider emphasises especially etc fame Female feminine Fence Film Fire first first␣name first␣person for form forming found fraction from Funeral future gad Galway give given given␣name given␣to Good Good␣luck Grammar ground had has Hat have having Hell hez hold honour -ian IANA imperative imperfect imperfect␣indicative indicating indicative indirect indirect␣object infinitive infix informal in␣honour␣of Initialism in␣order in␣order␣to instead instead␣of intensive International ISO ist its Labour last last␣name Latin longer Lord luck male many marker medicine Military more movement mutation nak name names naval Navy near negation nek No␣longer nominal nonstandard notable noun nouns null null␣object number object Obsolete of␣a of␣an often only on␣TV optionally order organize our participle particle party passive past past␣participle past␣tense pathology person Pharmacology planet plural poetic position possession Possessive Possessive␣suffix prefix prefixed prescriptions present present␣indicative preterite productive programme pronoun Proportion prosperity punctuated purely pyre radio reduplicated referee Related relation replaced represented Reputation repute result Romanization root salty second second␣person second-person␣singular sense set Settlement settlements Show simple Simple␣past single singular slang Soccer Soft Soft␣mutation Soil some someone something somewhere specified spelling spelt standards stars starts stem stems Story stressed subject subjective subjunctive success suffix Sun Swedish syllable Synonym Television tendency tender tends Tennis tense that the them there there␣is these they third third␣person third-person␣singular This thought throw Too total toward towards Transitive Uncountable underworld unit used used␣to usually verb verbal verbal␣nouns verbs Virology vitamin vitamin␣A vitamin␣D vowel Wall weak weak␣verbs which who whose with without word words year year␣of␣our␣Lord your

100 English words from 62 foreign definitions

Accounting Acquisition Acquisitions Active Active␣duty Admission Aerospace After air Air-dried Alcohol Alfred Alzheimer amp and Angels anno␣Domini Ante Apr après Architecture Archive Armed Art Art␣director Assembly Assistant Assumptions Athletic Auch Auf Autograph Automation Average before Chr Code Com Dangerous date dato day defence Defense Definitions del Demons der Design Development deviation director Directory Disbursing disease Disposals Disposition Dissemination district document doit Domini dried Drives Drugs duty een esse est het hui in␣loco junto loco Lord Marine met Mil mot naam our para persona placer plural post propaganda Pub quartier réclame rem Réseaux System Ter the the␣day tot van verbal year

8 foreign words from 134 English definitions

adi -ado anno anti-dumping avoir domare Erzgebirgisch hoz

76 foreign words from 62 foreign definitions

Abkürzung Active␣Directory A.␣d.␣D. Advertentie afkorting Algemeen alleen année anno annonce annuncio anúncio Apr.␣J.-C. Arbeitsgemeinschaft Außer Audierne aujourd’hui aus Bei betekenis Bij Chr. Christi Christum commun devant Dienst Dienstleistung Donau Druckbehälter Forma Fremdwörtern für Geburt Hebreeuws il␣est immatriculation Industria informatiques Informel initiaalwoord Intensivo Jahreszahl Jiddisch jongensnaam jongensnamen Kalender mais nach onderstaande Ortsnamen post␣Christum post␣Christum␣natum prope Pubblicità pubblicitario publicité Réseaux␣informatiques Romanzo segunda segunda␣persona sive tegen Tênis Terminación uitdrukkingen vantagem Variante verkorting voor voorzetsel Vorangestelltes vorming vosotros woorden Wortbildungselement

3600 suffixes (New words found by adding one or more letters at the end of the word.)

Ada ADA A.D.A. A.␣D.␣A. ADB ADC add ADD add. AD&D ade Ade ADE -ade ADF ADH Adi adj adj. ADL ADM adm. Adm. ADN ado ADO ADP ADQ ADR ads Ads AdS ADs ADS ads. ad.'s ADT Adu ADU adv ADV adv. ADW adz ADAA adad Adad adah Adah Adai +3550 words

27143 times in the middle (New words found by adding letters in front and at the end of the word.)

AADA AADB AADC AADE Aadi aads AADs bade bads Bady Cada cade Cade -cade cadi CADM cadr CADR cads cady Cady dada Dada da␣da dade Dade dado Dado dads DADT Dadu Dady EADA E.A.D.A. E.␣A.␣D.␣A. Eade Eads EADs 'eads Eady fada FADD fade fado fads fady gada Gadd gade Gade +27093 words

3206 prefixes (New words found by adding one or more letters in front of the word.)

aad AAD bad cad CAD cad. dad Dad DAD EAD 'ead fad FAD gad Gad GAD had IAD -iad Jad JAD lad LAD mad Mad MAD nad NAD oad pad rad RAD rad. sad SAD tad Tad TAd TAD TA'd VAD wad WAD -wad yad y'ad ZAD AAAD Abad acad acad. Acad. +3154 words

6 anagrams (New words found by changing the order of the letters.)

da Da DA d@ D.A. D.␣A.

210 anagrams found with an extra letter (New words formed with all the letters from the word and an extra letter.)

aad AAD ABD abd. Abd. ACD Ada ADA A.D.A. A.␣D.␣A. ADB ADC add ADD add. AD&D ade Ade ADE -ade ADF ADH Adi adj adj. ADL ADM adm. Adm. ADN ado ADO ADP ADQ ADR ads Ads AdS ADs ADS ads. ad.'s ADT Adu ADU adv ADV adv. AED AfD +160 words

265 cousins (New words found by changing only one letter.)

aa Aa AA āā a'a a-a a/a a/A A-a A&A A/A a.a. A.A. A␣&␣A ab Ab AB A -ab ab- ab. A&B A/B a.b. A.B. ac Ac AC -ac a-c a/c ac- ac. A/C a.c. A.C. ae AE æ Æ -ae A&E -æ a**e a.e. A␣&␣E af AF ag Ag AG Ag. A-G A/G A.G. A.␣G. ah Ah AH A"H ai Ai AI A-I a.i. A.I. AJ Ak AK al Al AL Ål -al al- a.l. &␣al. am Am AM 'am Am. A&M a.m. A.M. a.␣m. A.␣M. A.␣&␣M. an An AN -an an' an- A/N a(n) ao aO Ao AO A&O a.o. (+162 words)

36 epenthesis (New words found when adding only one letter.)

aad AAD ABD abd. Abd. ACD add ADD add. AD&D AED AfD AHD aid AID AMD and AND -and and- AOD APD ard Ard ARD 'ard -ard ASD ATD aud Aud AUD aud. Au.D. AWD Azd

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