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— English words —
  • art n. (Uncountable) The conscious production or arrangement of sounds, colours, forms, movements, or other…
  • art n. (Uncountable) The creative and emotional expression of mental imagery, such as visual, auditory, social, etc.
  • art n. (Countable) Skillful creative activity, usually with an aesthetic focus.
  • art n. (Uncountable) The study and the product of these processes.
  • art n. (Uncountable) Aesthetic value.
  • art n. (Uncountable) Artwork.
  • art n. (Countable) A field or category of art, such as painting, sculpture, music, ballet, or literature.
  • art n. (Countable) A nonscientific branch of learning; one of the liberal arts.
  • art n. (Countable) Skill that is attained by study, practice, or observation.
  • art n. (Uncountable, dated) Contrivance, scheming, manipulation.
  • art v. (Archaic) second-person singular simple present form of be.
  • Art prop.n. A diminutive of the male given name Arthur, from the Celtic languages.
  • ART n. Abbreviation of assisted reproductive technology.
  • ART n. Abbreviation of Androgen Replacement Therapy.
  • ART n. Abbreviation of Active Release Technique.
  • ART n. Abbreviation of Adaptive resonance theory.
  • ART n. Abbreviation of Algebraic Reconstruction Technique.
  • ART n. Abbreviation of Alternative Risk Transfer.
  • ART n. Abbreviation of acoustic resonance technology.
  • ART n. Abbreviation of anti-retroviral therapy.
  • 'art n. Pronunciation spelling of heart.
  • art. n. (Law, grammar) Abbreviation of article.
— International convention —
  • art sym. (International standards) ISO 639-2 & ISO 639-5 language code for artificial languages.
— Foreign words, define in English —
  • Albanian - Cornish - Middle french - Occitan
  • Catalan
    • art n. Art (something pleasing to the mind).
    • art n. Fishing net.
  • Crimean tatar - Turkish
  • Danish
  • Danish - Swedish
    • art n. Species.
  • Hungarian
    • árt v. (Intransitive) to harm, hurt someone, to be bad or harmful to someone (with -nak/-nek).
    • árt v. (Reflexively, as ártja magát, with definite conjugation) -ba/-be: to meddle in, interfere in, dabble…
  • Indonesian
    • ART n. Initialism of anggaran rumah tangga.
    • ART n. Initialism of asisten rumah tangga.
  • Irish
  • Latvian
    • art v. To plow (to prepare (land) for sowing by using a plow).
  • Maltese
    • art n. Earth (our planet).
    • art n. Land, ground, soil.
    • art n. Homeland.
  • Manx
    • Art prop.n. A male given name, equivalent to English Arthur.
  • Middle english
    • art v. Second-person singular present indicative of been.
    • art n. A member of the seven medieval liberal arts (the trivium and quadrivium).
    • art n. The seven medieval liberal arts as a group; the trivium and quadrivium combined.
    • art n. The foundational knowledge and activities of a field or subject (either academic or trade).
    • art n. Applied or practical knowledge; the execution or realisation of knowledge.
    • art n. Guile, craft or an instance of it; the use of deception or sleight-of hand.
    • art n. Competency, skill; one’s aptitude or ability in a given area or at a given task.
    • art n. A set of rules or guidelines for conducting oneself; a code of conduct.
    • art n. (Rare) Knowledge, information; the set of things which one has learned about (through formal study).
    • art n. (Rare) Rhetoric; skill in oration, argument, speech, or speaking.
    • art n. (Rare) Human behaviour or action (as opposed to natural happenings).
    • art n. (Northern ME) district, locality.
    • -art suff. Alternative form of -ard.
  • Norwegian bokmål - Norwegian nynorsk
    • art n. Character, nature, kind.
    • art n. (Biology) a species.
  • Old french
    • art n. Art (skill; practice; method).
    • -art suff. Used to form nouns or adjectives, often with pejorative meanings.
  • Old irish
  • Old norse
    • art adj. Strong neuter nominative/accusative singular of argr.
  • Romanian
    • art. n. Abbreviation of articol (“article”).
  • Swedish
    • ärt n. (Botany) Any species in the Fabacea family.
    • ärt n. Plant of such a species, usually pea shrub.
    • ärt n. (Rare, dated) a pea (seed) from such a species.
  • Tocharian a
    • ārt n. Care, attention.
    • ārt- v. To praise, love, be pleased with.
    • ārt- v. To acknowledge (possibly).
    • ārt- v. To rejoice in.
  • Tocharian b
    • ārt- v. Alternative form of ārtt- (“to praise, love, be pleased with”).
  • Turkish
    • art adj. Hind, rear.
    • art n. The other side.
  • Walloon
— English word, defined in German —
  • art S. Kunst.
— English words, defined in Dutch —
  • art n. Kunst.
  • art w. (Arch.) tweede persoon enkelvoud tegenwoordige tijd van to be.
— English words, defined in French —
  • art n. Art.
  • art n. (Spécialement) Dessin.
  • art v. (Archaïsme) Deuxième personne du singulier du présent de l’indicatif de be ; es.
— English word, defined in Spanish —
  • art s. Arte.
— English word, defined in Portuguese —
  • art s. Arte.
— English words, defined in Italian —
  • art s. (Arte) arte.
  • art v. (Antico) seconda persona singolare del presente indicativo di be.
— In German —
  • art V. 2. Person Singular Imperativ Präsens Aktiv des Verbs arten.
  • art V. 1. Person Singular Indikativ Präsens Aktiv des Verbs arten.
  • art V. 1. Person Singular Konjunktiv I Präsens Aktiv des Verbs arten.
  • art V. 3. Person Singular Konjunktiv I Präsens Aktiv des Verbs arten.
  • Art S. Allgemein: eine Gruppe aus einer Gesamtheit, die sich durch…
  • Art S. Allgemein im Sinne von: Eigenschaft, Eigenart.
  • Art S. Biologie: (allgemein) eine niedrige Kategorie im System der Lebewesen.
  • Art S. Biologie: die Grundeinheit der biologischen Systematik, der…
  • Art S. Männlicher Vorname.
  • ART Abk. Physik: Allgemeine Relativitätstheorie.
  • ART Abk. Deutschland: Kraftfahrzeugkennzeichen für Artern, Kyffhäuserkreis.
  • Art. Abk. Artikel.
— In Dutch —
  • art n. Kunst.
  • art w. Tweede persoon enkelvoud tegenwoordige tijd van arren.
  • art w. Derde persoon enkelvoud tegenwoordige tijd van arren.
  • art w. (Verouderd) gebiedende wijs meervoud van arren.
— In French —
  • art n.m. Méthode pour faire un ouvrage, pour exécuter ou opérer…
  • art n.m. (Au pluriel) Sans épithète, arts tant libéraux que mécaniques.
  • art n.m. Ensemble des œuvres exécutées à une même époque et ayant…
  • art n.m. (Par extension) Talent, habileté.
  • art n.m. Titre de certains ouvrages qui renferment des préceptes…
  • art n.m. Reproduction par la main de l’homme ou la représentation…
  • art n.m. Artifice.
  • art n.m. (Au pluriel) (Vieilli) Se disait dans les universités…
  • Art prén.m. Prénom masculin.
  • art. n. Article.
— In Spanish —
  • art. abr. Abreviatura de artículo.
259 English words from 71 English definitions

Abbreviation ability about academic accusative acknowledge acoustic action Active activities activity Adaptive adjectives aesthetic Algebraic Alternative amp and Androgen anti Any Applied aptitude Archaic ard area argument arrangement art Arthur article artificial artificial␣languages arts Artwork as␣opposed␣to assisted attained attention auditory Back bad ballet Bear been behaviour Biology Botany branch Care category Celtic Character code code␣of␣conduct colours combined Competency conduct conducting conjugation conscious Contrivance Countable craft creative dabble dated deception definite diminutive district Earth either emotional English equivalent etc execution expression family field Fishing Fishing␣net focus for form formal forms foundational from given given␣name grammar ground group guidelines Guile hand happenings harm harmful has heart Hind Homeland Human hurt imagery indicative information Initialism instance interfere International Intransitive ISO kind knowledge land language language␣code languages Law learned learning liberal liberal␣arts literature locality love male manipulation meanings meddle medieval member mental method mind movements music nak name natural nature nek net neuter nominative nonscientific Northern nouns observation of␣a often one oneself opposed oration other other␣side our painting pea pejorative person planet Plant pleased pleasing plow possibly practical practice praise prepare present present␣indicative processes product production Pronunciation Pronunciation␣spelling quadrivium Rare realisation rear Reconstruction Reflexively rejoice Release Replacement reproductive resonance retroviral Rhetoric Risk rules scheming sculpture second second␣person second-person␣singular seed set seven shrub side simple simple␣present singular skill Skillful sleight sleight␣of␣hand social soil someone something sounds sowing speaking species speech spelling standards Stone Strong study subject such such␣as task Technique technology that that␣is the theory therapy these things through to␣the trade Transfer trivium Uncountable use Used Used␣to using usually value visual which which␣one with

34 English words from 37 foreign definitions

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1 foreign word from 71 English definitions


93 foreign words from 37 foreign definitions

Abreviatura Aktiv allgemein Allgemeine Antico Archaïsme arren arte arten Artern artículo Artikel aus ayant Biologie biologischen certains dans␣les Derde Derde␣persoon Deuxième Deuxième␣personne disait durch Eigenart Eigenschaft eine einer enkelvoud épithète époque exécutées exécuter für gebiedende gebiedende␣wijs Gesamtheit Grundeinheit Gruppe habileté homme Imperativ indicatif indicativo Indikativ Kategorie Konjunktiv Konjunktiv␣I Kunst Lebewesen libéraux main␣de␣l’homme Männlicher mécaniques meervoud même Méthode niedrige opérer ouvrage ouvrages Par␣extension personne persoon Physik pluriel Präsens préceptes Prénom présent presente qui Relativitätstheorie renferment représentation seconda seconda␣persona singolare singulier Spécialement Systematik tant tegenwoordige␣tijd tijd tweede tweede␣persoon une universités Verouderd Vieilli von Vorname wijs

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

Arta Art.D. arte- Arth arts Arts ARTS arts. arty Arty Artz artab artal ARTCC artel arter Arter Artex artha Artha arthr- Arths artic Artie Artin Artio artly artoi artos artsy Artux artaba artabe artabs artanh ARTCCs artels artere arteri- Arters artery artfag artful art␣gum arthas arthen art␣hoe Arthog arthra arthro- +852 words

8580 times in the middle (New words found by adding letters in front and at the end of the word.)

aarti Barta barth Barth Barto Barts Barty Bartz Carta carte Carte carto- carts Carts CARTs carty Carty Darth darts Darts DARTs darty Darty earth Earth 'earts farts FARTs farty garth Garth Harte harth Harth Harti Hartl harts Harts HARTs Hartt Harty Hartz IARTK karts Kartu LARTs Marta MARTA Marte Marth +8530 words

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

A.A.R.T. Bart BART cart Cart CART dart Dart DArT DART 'eart fart FART gart hart Hart HART kart LART mart Mart Mart. oart part part. sart tart Tart UART vart wart abart Ahart apart blart boart chart clart Ewart HAART heart Heart op␣art peart Peart quart scart SCART shart skart +872 words

2 words-in-word RTL (Words found written from right to left, inside the word. Minimum size 3 letters.)

tra TRA

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

ATR rat Rat RAT 'rat RTA tar Tar TAR tra TRA

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

A.A.R.T. ADRT AETR airt aort- aret Arlt arn't ar'n't ARRT Arta Art.D. arte- Arth arts Arts ARTS arts. atar Ater -ator ATRA Atri Bart BART brat BRAT cart Cart CART crat -crat C-rat dart Dart DArT DART drat DTRA 'eart fart FART frat FRTA gart grat GRAT hart Hart HART +99 words

33 anagrams found minus a letter (New words formed with all the letters from the word minus a letter.)

ar AR -ar ar- Ar. A&R A/R A.R. A␣&␣R A.␣&␣R. at AT 'at at- A-T A/T ra Ra RA rt RT R/T ta Ta TA T&A T/A T.A. tr TR tr. Tr. T.␣R.

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

AAT abt ABT abt. act Act ACT act. Act. A.C.T. A.␣C.␣T. ADT aet AET aet. æt. a.e.t. aft AFT aft- aht ait AIT alt Alt ALT alt- alt. Alt. amt AMT amt. ant Ant ANT -ant an't ant- ant. Ant. a'n't AOT apt Apt APT ap't apt. ara Ara ARA arb ARB Arb. arc Arc ARC arc- ard Ard ARD 'ard -ard are Are ARE Åre A.R.E. arf ARF 'arf arg ARG Arg. Ari ARI ark Ark Ark. arm Arm ARM Arm. Arn aro ARO arp Arp ARP arr ARR arr. ars ARs ARS ARV ARW ary Ary -ary ast Ast AST -ast as't (+36 words)

19 lipograms (New words found when removing only one letter.)

ar AR -ar ar- Ar. A&R A/R A.R. A␣&␣R A.␣&␣R. at AT 'at at- A-T A/T rt RT R/T

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

A.A.R.T. ADRT airt aort- aret Arlt arn't ar'n't ARRT AVRT

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