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80 short excerpts of Wiktionnary (A collaborative project to produce a free-content dictionary.)

— English words —
  • bog n. (Originally Ireland and Scotland) An area of decayed vegetation (particularly sphagnum moss) which forms…
  • bog n. (Figuratively) Confusion, difficulty, or any other thing or place that impedes progress in the manner of such areas.
  • bog n. (Uncountable) The acidic soil of such areas, principally composed of peat; marshland, swampland.
  • bog n. (UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand, slang) A place to defecate: originally specifically a latrine…
  • bog n. (Australia and New Zealand, slang) An act or instance of defecation.
  • bog n. (US, dialect) A little elevated spot or clump of earth, roots, and grass, in a marsh or swamp.
  • bog v. (Transitive, now often with "down") To sink or submerge someone or something into bogland.
  • bog v. (Figuratively) To prevent or slow someone or something from making progress.
  • bog v. (Intransitive, now often with "down") To sink and stick in bogland.
  • bog v. (Figuratively) To be prevented or impeded from making progress, to become stuck.
  • bog v. (Intransitive, originally vulgar UK, now chiefly Australia) To defecate, to void one’s bowels.
  • bog v. (Transitive, originally vulgar UK, now chiefly Australia) To cover or spray with excrement.
  • bog v. (Transitive, Britain, informal) To make a mess of something.
  • bog n. (Obsolete) Alternative form of bug: a bugbear, monster, or terror.
  • bog adj. (Obsolete) Bold; boastful; proud.
  • bog n. (Obsolete) Puffery, boastfulness.
  • bog v. (Transitive, obsolete) To provoke, to bug.
  • bog v. (Euphemistic, slang, Britain, usually with "off") To go away.
  • BOG n. (Military) Initialism of boots on the ground.
— Foreign words, define in English —
  • Danish
    • bog n. Book.
    • bog n. Beechnut, beech mast.
    • bøg n. Beech (a tree of the genusFagus).
  • Hungarian
    • bog n. Knot.
    • bőg v. (Intransitive, of animals) to moo.
    • bőg v. (Intransitive, of humans, especially children) to cry.
    • bőg v. (Transitive) to boom (to exclaim with force, to shout).
  • Icelandic
    • bóg n. Indefinite accusative singular of bógur, indefinite dative singular of bógur.
  • Irish
    • bog adj. Soft (giving way under pressure).
    • bog adj. (Of physical condition) flabby.
    • bog adj. Soft (lacking strength or resolve).
    • bog adj. Soft (requiring little or no effort; easy).
    • bog adj. (Of sound, voice) soft, mellow, gentle.
    • bog adj. (Of weather) wet.
    • bog adj. (Of winter) mild, humid.
    • bog adj. Loose.
    • bog adj. Lukewarm.
    • bog n. Something soft.
    • bog n. (Anatomy, of ear) lobe.
    • bog v. Soften, become soft; (of pain) ease; (of milk) warm; (of weather) get milder; soften, move (someone’s heart).
    • bog v. Move, loosen; (of a cradle) rock.
    • bog- pref. Soft, mild.
    • bog- pref. Nearly.
    • bog- pref. Easy.
  • Kashubian
  • Lower sorbian - Serbo-croatian - Slovene
    • Bog prop.n. God.
  • Lower sorbian - Slavomolisano - Slovene
  • Norwegian bokmål
    • bøg n. (Slightly colloquial, sometimes derogatory) a male homosexual; gay, fag, queer, poof.
  • Norwegian bokmål - Swedish
    • bog n. Shoulder (of an animal).
  • Norwegian nynorsk
    • bog n. Shoulder, primarily of an animal.
    • bog n. (Dialectal) alternative form of bok.
  • Old english
    • bog n. A branch or bough of a tree.
    • bog n. The arm or shoulder.
  • Old norse
    • bóg n. Indefinite accusative singular of bógr.
  • Polish
    • bóg n. God (deity or supreme being).
    • bóg n. God, idol.
    • Bóg prop.n. God (single god of monotheism).
  • Scottish gaelic
    • bog adj. Soft.
    • bog adj. Wet, damp, moist.
  • Serbo-croatian
    • bog n. God, deity.
    • bog n. (Colloquial) idol, god.
  • Swedish
    • bog n. Bow (front of boat or ship).
    • bög n. (Slightly colloquial) a male homosexual; gay, fag, queer, poof.
    • bög n. (Slang) a (male) person with an obsession for something, märkesbög ("brand fag"), prylbög ("gadget fag").
    • bög n. (Slang) a prison informant; only in the compound golbög; snitch, rat.
  • Uzbek
— English words, defined in German —
  • bog S. Sumpf, Moor.
  • bog S. Umgangssprachlich: Klo, Scheißhaus.
— English words, defined in French —
  • bog n. Marais, tourbière.
  • bog n. (Construction) (Argot) (Royaume-Uni) (Irlande) (Australie) (Nouvelle-Zélande) Chiottes, toilettes, (pièce…
  • bog v. Embourber.
— English words, defined in Spanish —
  • bog s. Pantano, ciénega, ciénaga.
  • bog s. Lodazal.
  • bog v. Empantanar.
— English word, defined in Portuguese —
  • bog s. Paul (ecossistema lacunar formado por uma zona úmida).
— English words, defined in Italian —
  • bog s. Pantano, palude, acquitrino.
  • bog s. Gabinetto, latrina, cesso.
  • bog s. Impantanare, impantanarsi.
— In German —
  • bog V. 1. Person Singular Indikativ Präteritum des Verbs biegen.
  • bog V. 3. Person Singular Indikativ Präteritum des Verbs biegen.
— In French —
  • bog n.m. (Cartes à jouer) Jeu de cartes qui se joue avec un carton…
225 English words from 65 English definitions

accusative acidic act A␣little alternative Anatomy and animal animals any area areas arm Australia away become beech beech␣mast Beechnut being boastful boastfulness boat bogland bok Bold Book boom boots boots␣on␣the␣ground bough Bow bowels branch brand Britain bug bugbear chiefly children clump colloquial composed compound condition Confusion cover cradle cry damp dative decayed defecate defecation deity derogatory dialect Dialectal difficulty down ear earth ease easy effort elevated especially Euphemistic exclaim excrement fag Figuratively flabby for force form forms from front gadget Garden gay gentle get giving giving␣way go␣away god grass ground heart homosexual humans humid idol impeded impedes indefinite informal informant Initialism instance into Intransitive Ireland Knot lacking latrine little lobe Loose loosen Lukewarm make making male manner marsh marshland mast mellow mess mild milder Military milk moist monotheism monster moo moss move Nearly New New␣Zealand now obsession obsolete of␣a of␣an off often one only on␣the on␣the␣ground originally or␣something other pain particularly peat person physical place poof pressure prevent prevented primarily principally prison progress proud provoke Puffery queer rat requiring resolve rock roots Scotland ship shoulder shout single singular sink slang Slightly slow snitch soft soften soil someone something sometimes sound specifically sphagnum spot spray stick strength stuck submerge such supreme supreme␣being swamp swampland terror that the thing To␣go Transitive tree Uncountable under usually vegetation voice void vulgar warm way weather wet which winter with Zealand

16 English words from 15 foreign definitions

Argot cartes carton Construction des lacunar Marais Moor Pantano Paul Person Singular toilettes Uni Verbs zona

1 foreign word from 65 English definitions


37 foreign words from 15 foreign definitions

acquitrino Australie avec biegen Cartes␣à␣jouer cesso Chiottes ciénaga ecossistema Embourber Empantanar formado Gabinetto Indikativ Irlande Jeu Jeu␣de␣cartes joue jouer Klo latrina Lodazal Nouvelle Nouvelle-Zélande palude pièce por Präteritum qui Royaume Royaume-Uni Scheißhaus Sumpf tourbière uma Umgangssprachlich Zélande

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

Boge Bogo BOGO bogs bogy bogan Bogan Bogar Boger Boges bogey Bogey boggo Boggs boggy bogie bog␣in bogle Bogle bogof BOGOF bogon Bogor Bogos Bogra bogue Bogue bogus Bogus Bogacz bogadi Bogale bogans Bogans Bogard Bogars bogart Bogart Bogdan Bogden Bogers Bogert bogeys Boggan bogged bogger Boggio Boggis boggle Boggus +248 words

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

iboga mboga embogs mbogas tabogs tubogs unbogs abogado camboge embogue gamboge mud␣bogs the␣bogs tobogan tobogin unboggy abogados abogenin ABO␣group Arbogast Cambogia carbogen embogged embogued embogues gamboges gambogic ibogaine non-bogie peatbogs peat␣bogs rebogied Robogate taboggan tarbogan tobogans toboggan toboggin tobogins unbogged Arbogasts calibogus Cambogian carbogene Chiriboga de-bogging embogging emboguing gambogian hoboglyph +191 words

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

embog tabog tubog unbog Dazbog Dažbog mud␣bog Dadzbóg Dazhbog Malubog peatbog peat␣bog spag␣bog Stribog Dazhdbog raised␣bog blanket␣bog chicken␣bog

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


One anagram (New word found by changing the order of the letters.)


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

Bago bego big␣O biog biog. blog Blog Boge Bogo BOGO bogs bogy bong Bong boog borg Borg boyg brog Egbo GBBO Gebo GLBO glob gobi Gobi gobo gobs goby go-by go␣by goob grob Grob Igbo LGBO

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

bg Bg. bo Bo BO B.O. Gb GB G♭ go Go GO g'ô -go- G.O. ob Ob OB ob- ob. Ob. og Og OG 'og O&G O.G.

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

AOG bag bbg BBG BCG beg Beg BFG big BIG boa Boa bob Bob BOB BoC BOCC bod Bod BOD Boe BoE BOE BOF boh BOH boi Boi BOI BOJ bok Bok bol Bol. BoM BOM Bon BONn boo Boo bop Bop BOP BOQ bor Bor BOR Bor. bos BOS Bos. bot BOT 'bot -bot bo't bow Bow box Box boy BOY Boz BRG BSG BTG bug Bug cog COG dog Dog DOG EOG fog FOG gog Gog hog jog log -log mog nog Nog pog POG rog Rog sog SOG tog UOG vog wog Wog WoG WOG zog Zog ZOG

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

bg Bg. bo Bo BO B.O. og Og OG 'og O&G O.G.

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

biog biog. blog Blog bong Bong boog borg Borg boyg brog

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