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— English words —
  • ae sym. Variant of æ.
  • AE prop.n. Initialism of American English.
  • AE prop.n. (US, military) USPS military code of Armed Forces – Europe.
  • AE prop.n. Armenian Era.
  • AE n. Initialism of active euthanasia.
  • æ sym. (Chiefly dated or linguistics) A ligature of vowels a and e.
  • Æ sym. (Chiefly dated or linguistics) A ligature of vowels A and E, called ash.
  • Æ sym. (Archaic) aevum; formerly used on gravestones to indicate the deceased’s age at time of death.
  • Æ prop.n. The pseudonym of the Irish writer George William Russell.
  • -ae suff. Plural of -a.
  • A&E prop.n. (Chiefly British English, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong) The accident and emergency (casualty) department…
  • A&E prop.n. Initialism of Arts and Entertainment.
  • suff. Archaic spelling of -ae.
  • a**e n. Censored spelling of arse.
  • a.e. adj. At the age of; aged.
  • a.e. adv. (Mathematics) Initialism of almost everywhere.
  • A␣&␣E prop.n. Alternative form of A&E.
— International convention —
  • ae sym. (International standards) ISO 639-1 language code for Avestan.
  • AE sym. (International standards) ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code for United Arab Emirates.
  • æ let. Ligature from the letters a and e.
  • æ sym. (IPA) near-open front unrounded vowel.
  • ǽ let. Æsc with an acute accent above itself.
  • ǣ let. A ligature from the letters a and e, with a macron.
  • ӕ let. A letter of the Cyrillic script.
  • Æ let. A ligature from the letters A and E.
  • Ǽ let. A ligature from the letters A and E, with an acute accent.
  • Ǣ let. A ligature from the letters A and E, with a macron.
  • .ae sym. The ccTLD for United Arab Emirates as assigned by the IANA.
— Foreign words, define in English —
  • 'are'are
  • Abinomn
    • ae n. Mother.
  • Adyghe
    • ае adj. Alternative form of ӏае.
  • Aore - Eastern ngad'a
    • ae n. Water.
  • Bislama
    • ae n. (Anatomy) eye.
  • Catalan
    • a/e n. Abbreviation of adreça electrònica.
  • Cherokee
  • Danish
    • ae v. To stroke, pat, caress.
    • æ let. Antepenultimate letter of the Danish alphabet.
    • æ art. (Dialectal) the (definite article).
    • Æ let. The antepenultimate letter of the Danish alphabet.
  • Ende - Li'o
    • ae n. Water (clear liquid H₂O).
  • Faroese
    • æ let. The twenty-eighth letter of the Faroese alphabet, written in the Latin script.
    • Æ let. The twenty-eighth letter of the Faroese alphabet, written in the Latin script.
  • Greek
    • άε interj. (Rare) Alternative form of άι.
    • άε interj. Alternative form of αϊ.
    • ΑΕ n. Initialism of Ανώνυμη Εταιρεία (“plc, Co. Ltd”).
    • αε. adj. Abbreviation of αρχαιοελληνικός: related to Ancient Greece and its people.
  • Hawaiian
    • aʻe n. Any of several native Hawaiian trees (Sapindus spp., Zanthoxylum spp.).
    • aʻe part. Up, upward, sideways.
    • aʻe part. Next, approaching.
    • aʻe prep. (Poetic) to; by Alternative form of e.
    • ʻae interj. Yes.
    • ʻae n. Sap or juice from plants.
    • ʻae n. Saliva.
    • ʻae n. A type of fern, Polypodium pellucidum.
    • ʻae v. (Intransitive) to rise (used of the tide).
    • ʻae v. (Stative) to be smooth, soft, mashed.
    • ʻae v. (Transitive) to say yes, consent.
    • ʻaʻe v. To step over, to get on top of.
    • ʻaʻe v. To trespass.
    • ʻaʻe v. To enter by stepping up.
    • ʻaʻe v. To raise (an object).
    • ʻaʻe v. To massage the back using the feet.
    • ʻaʻe v. To break a taboo.
    • ʻaʻe v. To violate a law.
    • ʻaʻe v. To counter sorcery.
    • ʻaʻe v. (Stative, figurative) oppressed.
  • Icelandic
    • æ let. The thirty-first letter of the Icelandic alphabet, written in the Latin script.
    • æ interj. Ah!, oh!
    • æ interj. Indicating annoyance.
    • æ interj. Indicating compassion; alas.
    • æ interj. Indicating affection; aww!
    • æ interj. Indicating pain; ouch!, ow!
    • æ adv. Always, forever.
    • Æ let. The twenty-eighth letter of the Icelandic alphabet, written in the Latin script.
  • Irish
    • ae n. (Anatomy) liver.
    • ae n. Alternative form of aoi (“metrical composition”).
  • Jutish
    • æ pron. (Fjolde) I (first-person singular pronoun).
  • Kala - Lote
    • ae n. Tree.
  • Khumi chin
    • ae n. Chicken.
  • Lavukaleve
    • ae v. (Intransitive) go up.
  • Laz
    • a-␣-e circ. Latin spelling of ა- -ე.
  • Ligurian
    • æ v. Second-person singular present indicative of avéi: you have (singular).
    • âe n. Plural of âa.
    • a-e cont. At the, to the (+ a feminine noun in the plural).
    • suff. Masculine plural of -òu.
    • suff. Feminine plural of -òu.
  • Maori - Rarotongan
  • Mbyá guaraní
    • ae part. Emphatic particle.
  • Middle english
    • æ n. A waterway; a stream or river.
  • Middle irish
  • Middle welsh
    • ae conj. Either … or.
  • Nheengatu
    • pron. (First-class) third-person singular personal pronoun (he, him, she, her, it).
  • Niuean
    • ae interj. Used to draw attention; hey!
    • ae interj. Expression of surprise; oh!
  • Norwegian nynorsk
    • æ pron. (Dialectal, Trøndelag, Northern Norway, Southern Norway) I (first-person singular personal pronoun).
  • Norwegian
    • æ let. Antepenultimate letter of the Norwegian alphabet, coming after Z and before Ø.
    • Æ let. The antepenultimate letter of the Norwegian alphabet.
  • Old danish
    • suff. Used to form verbs from nouns.
  • Old english
    • æ let. Letter of the Old English (Anglo-Saxon) alphabet, listed in 24th and final position by Byrhtferð (1011);…
    • æ n. Law.
    • æ n. Marriage.
    • æ n. Rite.
    • æ n. Alternative form of ēa: river, running water.
    • Æ let. Uppercase version of æ, letter of the Old English (Anglo-Saxon) alphabet, listed in 24th and final position…
    • æ- pref. Without, lacking (usually forms nouns or adjectives).
  • Old french
    • n. Alternative form of eé (“age”).
  • Old norse
    • æ adv. Ever, eternally, at any time.
    • æ v. Inflection of æja…
  • Old swedish
    • æ let. A letter of the Old Swedish alphabet, written in the Latin script.
  • Old tupi
    • a'e pron. He, she, it (third person singular).
    • a'e pron. They (third person plural).
    • a’e n. An alternative spelling of a’e.
  • Ossetian
    • ӕ let. The second letter of the Ossetian alphabet, written in the Cyrillic script.
    • Ӕ let. The second letter of the Ossetian alphabet, written in the Cyrillic script.
  • Pará arára
    • ae n. A wasp.
  • Polish
    • ą-ę adj. (Colloquial, idiomatic, chiefly predicative) la-di-da; posh, snobbish, hoity-toity.
  • Sardinian
    • ae n. (Logudorese) bird (in general), especially eagles or other birds of prey.
  • Scots
    • ae num. One.
    • ae pron. One (of the two).
    • ae pron. One, someone (indefinite).
    • ae adj. One, the same.
    • ae adv. Only.
    • ae adv. About, approximately.
    • ae adv. (Poetic) Emphasises a superlative.
    • a'e num. Alternative form of ae.
  • Scottish gaelic
    • AE prop.n. EU (European Union).
  • Seneca
  • Teanu
    • -ae v. To dig, hollow out.
  • West makian
    • ae v. (Intransitive) to laugh.
  • Wolio
    • ae n. Foot, leg.
  • Zhuang
    • ae Used for adult men.
    • ae v. To cough.
— English word, defined in German —
  • AE Abk. American English — „amerikanisches Englisch“ [1a] US-amerikanisches Englisch [1b] nordamerikanisches Englisch.
— English word, defined in Dutch —
  • ae bijv. Één.
— English words, defined in French —
  • Ae n.prop. (Géographie) Village d’Écosse situé dans le district de Dumfries and Galloway.
  • æ let. (Désuet) Æ (ligature).
  • A&E n. (Médecine) Urgences, salle des urgences.
— English words, defined in Italian —
  • A&E acro. (Chirurgia) Accident & Emergency.
  • A&E acro. Activation & Evaluation.
  • A&E acro. Actual and Necessary Expenses.
  • A&E acro. Airframe and Engine.
  • A&E acro. Allocation & Engineering.
  • A&E acro. Ammunition and Explosives.
  • A&E acro. Analysis & Evaluation.
  • A&E acro. Appropriation & Expense.
  • A&E acro. Architect & Engineer.
  • A&E acro. Architecture and Engineering.
  • A&E acro. Armament & Electronics.
  • A&E acro. Arts and Entertainment Network.
— In German —
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für Astronomische Einheit.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für Amerikanisches Englisch, die englischen US-Dialekte.
  • AE Abk. Betriebswirtschaft, Abkürzung für : Auftragseingang, eine…
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für Umlaut des Buchstabens Ä.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für Transliteration des Buchstabens Æ.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für AE-Provision, Agenturprovision.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für Adobe After Effects.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für Aeneon.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für Alkoholembryopathie.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für Allerhöchster Erlass, Allerhöchste Entscheidung.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für Anwendungsentwicklung.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für Appendektomie.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für Aufenthaltsermittlung, Personenfahndung in Deutschland.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für Aufwandsentschädigung, Vergütung.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für Ausfuhrerklärung.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für Austria Email AG.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für L’Année épigraphique, epigrafische Publikation.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für Automatic Exposure, Belichtungsautomatik.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für Chevrolet AE, Automodell.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für Renault AE, Lastwagenmodell.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für elektrophile Addition.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für Air Ceylon, sri-lankische Fluggesellschaft.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für Iceland Express, isländische Fluggesellschaft.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für Mandarin Airlines, taiwanesische Fluggesellschaft.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für Vereinigte Arabische Emirate.
  • AE Abk. Abkürzung: für verwaltungsgerichtliches Aktenzeichen für…
  • AE Abk. Deutschland: Kraftfahrzeugkennzeichen für Vogtlandkreis, Auerbach/Vogtl.
  • AE Abk. Kfz-Kennzeichen, Griechenland: Lasithi, freigehalten.
  • AE Abk. Kfz-Kennzeichen, Großbritannien: Peterborough.
  • AE Abk. Kfz-Kennzeichen, Niederlande: Oldtimer-Pkw.
  • AE Abk. Kfz-Kennzeichen, Norwegen: Fredrikstad.
  • AE Abk. Kfz-Kennzeichen, Ukraine: Oblast Dnipropetrowsk.
  • ae. Abk. Altenglisch.
— In Dutch —
  • Ae eig. Naam voor verschillende wateren in Noord-Nederland.
  • AE eig. Schrijfwijze voor Ae, naam van verschillende wateren in Noord-Nederland.
  • Æ eig. Schrijfwijze voor Ae, naam van verschillende wateren in Noord-Nederland.
— In French —
  • Ae n.prop. (Géographie) Village d’Écosse situé dans le district…
  • æ let.m. Ligature orthographique des lettres minuscules a et e. E dans l’a.
  • Æ let.m. Ligature orthographique des lettres capitales A et E. E dans l’a.
  • -æ suff. (Variation diaéthique) Marqueur du neutre.
342 English words from 133 English definitions

A␣and␣E Abbreviation About above accent accident accident␣and␣emergency active active␣euthanasia acute acute␣accent adjectives adult Æsc aevum affection after Again age aged alas almost almost␣everywhere alpha alphabet alternative Always American American␣English amp Anatomy Ancient Ancient␣Greece and Anglo Anglo-Saxon annoyance antepenultimate any any␣time approaching approximately Arab Arab␣Emirates Archaic Armed Armenian arse article Arts ash assigned attention ave Avestan aww back before bird birds birds␣of␣prey break British British␣English called caress casualty ccTLD Censored Chicken chiefly class clear code Colloquial coming coming␣after compassion composition consent cough counter country country␣code Crow Cyrillic Danish dated death deceased definite definite␣article department Dialectal dig draw draw␣attention eagles eighth Either electro emergency Emirates Emphasises Emphatic English enter Entertainment Era especially eternally Europe European European␣Union euthanasia Ever everywhere Expression eye Faroese feet feminine fern figurative final first First␣class first␣person first-person␣singular Foot for Forces forever form formerly forms from front general George get get␣on go␣up gravestones Greece have Hawaiian her hey him hoity-toity hollow hollow␣out Hong Hong␣Kong IANA Icelandic idiomatic indefinite indicate Indicating indicative Inflection in␣general Initialism International Intransitive IPA Irish ISO its itself juice Kong lacking la-di-da language language␣code Latin Latin␣script laugh law leg letter letters ligature linguistics liquid listed liver Logudorese Ltd macron Marriage Masculine mashed massage Mathematics men metrical military Mother native near New New␣Zealand Next Northern Northern␣Norway Norway Norwegian noun nouns object of␣a Old Old␣English Old␣Swedish One Only on␣top on␣top␣of open oppressed Ossetian other ouch out over pain particle pat people person personal personal␣pronoun plants plc plural Poetic Polypodium posh position predicative present present␣indicative prey pronoun pseudonym raise Rare related rise Rite river running running␣water Russell Saliva same Sap Saxon say say␣yes script second Second␣person Second-person␣singular several she sideways Singapore singular smooth snobbish soft someone sorcery Southern spelling standards Stative step step␣over stepping stepping␣up stream stroke superlative surprise Swedish taboo the the␣same They third third␣person third-person␣singular thirty thirty-first tide time top to␣the Transitive Tree trees trespass twenty twenty-eighth two type Union United United␣Arab␣Emirates unrounded unrounded␣vowel Uppercase upward used Used␣to using USPS usually Variant verbs version violate vowel vowels wasp water waterway William with Without writer written yes you Zanthoxylum Zealand

73 English words from 57 foreign definitions

Accident Activation Actual Addition Adobe After Air Airframe Airlines Allocation American American␣English Ammunition amp Analysis and Appropriation Architect Architecture Armament Arts Auerbach Austria Automatic Ceylon Chevrolet dans des Deutschland die district Dumfries Dumfries␣and␣Galloway Effects Electronics Email Emergency Emirate Engine Engineer Engineering English Entertainment Evaluation Expense Expenses Explosives Exposure Express Galloway Iceland Lasithi lettres ligature Mandarin minuscules naam Necessary Nederland Network Noord Oblast Oldtimer Peterborough Provision Renault salle Transliteration Ukraine Umlaut van Variation Village

1 foreign word from 133 English definitions


60 foreign words from 57 foreign definitions

Abkürzung Aktenzeichen Altenglisch amerikanisches Année Appendektomie Arabische Astronomische Astronomische␣Einheit Auerbach/Vogtl. Auftragseingang Aufwandsentschädigung Automodell Betriebswirtschaft Buchstabens capitales Chirurgia Désuet diaéthique Dialekte Écosse Één eine Einheit Englisch englischen Entscheidung épigraphique Erlass Fluggesellschaft freigehalten für Géographie Griechenland Großbritannien isländische Kennzeichen Kfz Kfz-Kennzeichen Marqueur Médecine neutre Niederlande nordamerikanisches Norwegen orthographique Pkw Publikation Schrijfwijze situé sri-lankische taiwanesische urgences US-amerikanisches Vereinigte Vergütung verschillende voor wateren wateren␣in

1377 suffixes (New words found by adding one or more letters at the end of the word.)

AEA aeb AEB AEC AED AEF A.E.F. A.␣E.␣F. ael AEM AEO Aer aer- aër- aes AES a**es aet AET aet. æt. a.e.t. AEV AEW AEAP Aedo AEDs AEDT AEFI Aeka aels AEMs AEMT AEOI aeon æon æra aero aero- aëro- aery AESA aesc æsc AEST Aeta AETR AETs aett AETX +1327 words

7037 times in the middle (New words found by adding letters in front and at the end of the word.)

AAed baed Baek bael baes Baez Cael Caen caer Daet EAEU faer faes FAEs faex Gaea Gæa Gael haem haem- hæm- Haen HAES haet IAEA Jael Jaen Jn kaen kaep LAEs LαEs MAEs Maez NAEI NAEs OAer Paek Paes Paet Paez Páez raeb Rael Rl Saed SAEs Saez TAED tael +6987 words

1495 prefixes (New words found by adding one or more letters in front of the word.)

AAE bae Bae BAe BAE CAE DAE fae FAE GAE hae HAE Jae Lae LAE LαE Mae MAE NAE Pae PAE Rae SAE UAE U.A.E. vae VAE wae WAE yae AAAE alae alæ amae BAAE boæ brae Chae Emae GRAE mnae MSAE prae- præ- RHAe spae SSAE TFAE uvae uvæ +1445 words

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

ea Ea EA ea.

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

AAE abe Abe ABE Abé ace Ace ACE ade Ade ADE -ade AEA aeb AEB AEC AED AEF A.E.F. A.␣E.␣F. ael AEM AEO Aer aer- aër- aes AES a**es aet AET aet. æt. a.e.t. AEV AEW AFE age AGE agé %age -age AJE ake Ake ale Ale AmE AME ANE -ane +150 words

270 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. ad Ad AD 'ad -ad ad- ad. A.D. A.␣D. 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. (+168 words)

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

AAE abe Abe ABE Abé ace Ace ACE ade Ade ADE -ade AFE age AGE agé %age -age AJE ake Ake ale Ale AmE AME ANE -ane AoE AOE ape are Are ARE Åre A.R.E. ase ASE -ase ate Até Atë -ate ave 'ave ave. Ave. awe Awe axe Axe aye Aye AYE

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