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— English words —
  • ed n. edition.
  • ed n. editor.
  • ed n. education (uncountable).
  • ed n. Education. Often used in set phrases such as phys ed, driver’s ed, special ed, etc.
  • Ed prop.n. A diminutive of Edward, Edgar, Edwin, or other male given names beginning with Ed-.
  • ED n. Initialism of erectile dysfunction.
  • ED n. Initialism of emergency department.
  • ED n. Initialism of elimination diet.
  • ED abbr. (films, television) ending theme; end title sequence.
  • -ed suff. Used to form past tenses of (regular) verbs. In linguistics, it is used for the base form of any…
  • -ed suff. Used to form past participles of (regular) verbs. See -en and -t for variants.
  • -ed suff. Used to form adjectives from nouns, in the sense of having the object represented by the noun.
  • -ed suff. As an extension of the above, when used along with an adjective preceding the noun, describes…
  • ed- pref. (obsolete, no longer productive) A prefix of Old English origin meaning "again", "back", "anew"…
  • ed. adj. Abbreviation of edited or edited by.
  • ed. adj. Abbreviation of educated.
  • ed. n. Abbreviation of education.
  • ed. n. Abbreviation of edition.
  • ed. n. (plural eds.) Abbreviation of editor.
  • Ed. prop.n. Abbreviation of Edinburgh.
  • Ed. n. (titular) Abbreviation of Editor.
  • -èd suff. (poetic) Alternative spelling of -ed, indicating that the last syllable is fully enunciated.
  • E.D. abbr. (law) Eastern District, used in case citations to identify courts, particularly United States…
— Foreign words, define in English —
  • Aromanian
    • ed n. kid (goat).
  • Breton
    • -ed suff. Suffix denoting plural of certain nouns.
  • Chinese
    • ED n. (chiefly ACG) ending theme, end title sequence.
  • Danish
    • ed n. oath (solemn pledge).
  • Elfdalian
  • Esperanto
    • -ed- suff. (zoology) member of taxonomic family.
  • Haitian creole
  • Hungarian
    • -ed suff. (possessive suffix) your (second-person singular, single possession).
    • -ed suff. (personal suffix) Used to form the second-person singular present tense of verbs (indicative mood…
    • -ed suff. (fraction suffix) Added to an cardinal number to form a fraction.
    • -ed suff. (frequentative suffix) Added to a stem to form a verb to indicate repetitive action. No longer productive.
  • Icelandic
    • n. The name of the Latin-script letter Ð/ð.
  • Ido
    • -ed suff. contents of, -ful.
    • -ed- suff. contents of.
    • -ed- suff. -ful.
  • Ido - Volapük
    • ed conj. and.
  • Japanese
    • ED n. (entertainment) ending theme, end title sequence.
  • Latvian
    • ēd v. 2nd person singular present indicative form of ēst.
    • ēd v. 3rd person singular present indicative form of ēst.
    • ēd v. 3rd person plural present indicative form of ēst.
    • ēd v. 2nd person singular imperative form of ēst.
    • ēd v. (with the particle lai) 3rd person singular imperative form of ēst.
    • ēd v. (with the particle lai) 3rd person plural imperative form of ēst.
  • Middle english
    • -ed suff. Alternative form of -hede.
  • Norwegian bokmål
    • ed n. an oath.
  • Old english
    • -ed suff. formed into the likeness of, made into, shaped like, having the qualities of.
    • ed- pref. forming words with sense of "anew" or "again"; "against", "backwards".
    • ed- pref. turning.
  • Old irish
    • ed pron. it.
    • ed n. space, distance, interval.
    • ed n. extent, length.
    • -ed suff. slender form of -ad.
  • Old saxon
    • n. Alternative spelling of eth.
    • ed- pref. forming words with sense of "against", "backwards".
  • Swedish
    • ed n. oath.
    • ed n. An isthmus; a strip of land between two bodies of water.
    • ed n. A portage; a route used for carrying boats between two waterways.
    • e.d. adv. Abbreviation of eller dylikt (“or other similar items, terms”).
  • Torres strait creole
    • ed n. head.
  • Veps
    • ed v. second-person singular present of ei.
  • Vilamovian
  • Welsh
    • -ed suff. Forms an equative of an adjective of one or two syllables.
    • -ed suff. Used to form the ordinal forms of five and six.
    • -ed suff. Used to form verbal nouns.
— English words, define in Latin —
  • ED  abb. Department of Education.
  • ED  abb. electrical damage.
  • ED  abb. ending sive ending theme.
  • ED  abb. (pathology) erectile dysfunction.
  • ED  abb. extensive disease.
  • ED  abb. Eastern Department.
  • ED  abb. election district.
  • ED  abb. emergency department.
  • ED  abb. ex dividend.
  • ED  abb. executive director.
  • ed.  abb. edited; edited by.
  • ed.  abb. edition (pl. eds., editions) — editio (ed.).
  • ed.  abb. editor (pl. eds., editors).
  • ed.  abb. education.
— English words, define in French —
  • -ed  suff. Suffixe flexionnel pour former le prétérit des verbes réguliers.
  • -ed  suff. (Grammaire) Suffixe flexionnel théorique pour former la forme sous-jacente du prétérit de n’importe…
  • -ed  suff. Suffixe flexionnel pour former le participe passé des verbes réguliers.
  • -ed  suff. Suffixe adjectival signifiant un attribut. À, avec. Note : Ajouté toujours à la forme du singulier.
— English words, define in Spanish —
  • -ed  suf. Sufijo con el que se forman el tiempo pasado y el participio pasado a partir de un verbo.
  • -ed  suf. Sufijo con el que se forman adjetivos a partir de un sustantivo.
— English words, define in Italian —
  • -ed  suff. usato per formare il participio passato di un verbo regolare, -ato, -uto, -ito.
  • -ed  suff. usato per formare il passato semplice di un verbo regolare.
  • -ed  suff. usato per cambiare un nome in aggettivo, -ato, -uto, -ito.
— In German —
  • ed.  Abk. ediert.
  • Ed.  Abk. Edition, Ausgabe.
  • Ed.  Abk. Editor.
— In Dutch —
  • Ed  eig. (mannelijke naam) jongensnaam.
  • e.d.  afk. (afkorting) en dergelijke(n), dit betekent dat de gegeven…
— In Latin —
  • ed.  abb. editio.
  • ed.  abb. edidit (pl. edd., ediderunt).
— In French —
  • ed  n.m. Nom de la lettre ð (minuscule) ou Ð (capitale) utilisées…
  • ED  n.m. (Éducation) Exercices dirigés.
  • éd.  n.m. Éditeur, ou édition.
  • éd.  n.f. Éditrice.
  • éd.  n.f. Édition.
— In Italian —
  • ed  conj. derivata da "e", a cui viene aggiunta la "d" per rendere…
224 English words from 67 English definitions

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48 English words from 36 foreign definitions

adjectival à␣la con damage dat department des director disease district dit dividend dysfunction Eastern edited edition editions editor editors eds education election electrical emergency emergency␣department ending erectile erectile␣dysfunction ex␣dividend executive Exercices extensive forme former lettre minuscule naam Nom nome Note passé pathology per pour que semplice sous theme

61 foreign words from 36 foreign definitions

adjetivos afkorting aggettivo aggiunta Ajouté a␣partir␣de -ato ato attribut Ausgabe avec betekent cambiare capitale cui de␣la dergelijke derivata dirigés ediert Éditeur édition Éditrice Éducation Exercices␣dirigés flexionnel forman formare gegeven Grammaire importe -ito jacente jongensnaam participe participe␣passé participio participio␣pasado participio␣passato partir pasado passato prétérit regolare réguliers rendere signifiant singulier sive sous-jacente Suffixe Sufijo sustantivo théorique tiempo toujours usato utilisées verbes verbo viene

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

Eda EDA Edb. EDC Edd EDD edd. Ed.D. Ede EDG edh EDI EDK EDL Edm EDM Edo EDO EDP EDR eds EDs EDS eds. EDT edu Edam E-day EDCs Edda eddo EDDs eddy Eddy eden Eden EDES EDFA edge Edge EDGE edgy edhs Edie edit edit. E.D.␣Ky. E.D.␣La. E.D.␣Mo. EDMs EDMS +660 words

23986 times in the middle (New words found by adding letters in front and at the end of the word.)

AEDs AEDT bede Bedi bedo beds Beds BEDs CEDA cede cedi cedr- Fed'n feds FEDs gedd geds hede heds IEDs Jedi keds KEDs Leda LEDC lede Ledo LEDs MEDA MEDC Mede Medo- meds NEDC Nedd neds peda pedi Pedi pedo pedo- peds Reda redd Redd rede redo reds Reds Seda +23936 words

40544 prefixes (New words found by adding one or more letters in front of the word.)

AED bed BED B.Ed. CED ded fed Fed FED Fed. f***ed ged Ged GED hed HED he'd IED Jed ked KED led LED med Med MEd Med. ned Ned NED OED ped PED QED Q.E.D. red Red RED -red sed SED ted Ted TED VED wed Wed we'd Wed. yed ye'd +40493 words

5 anagrams (New words found by changing the order of the letter.)

de dE De DE de-

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

ade Ade -ade AED BDE bed BED B.Ed. CDE CED DAE DBE DCE DDE DEA deb Deb DEB Deb. dec Dec DEC dec- dec. Dec. ded dee Dee def DEF Def. deg dEG DEG deg. Dej dek del Del Del. dem Dem DEM dem. Dem. den Den DEN Den. deo +158 words

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

ad AD 'ad -ad ad- ad. A.D. bd Bd BD b/d bd. Bd. cD CD C.D. dd DD D&D D.D. ea Ea EA ea. EB E EC ec. E.C. ee EE 'ee -ee E&E ef EF eg EG e.g. eh eH EH -eh E.H. EI EJ el El EL -el em Em EM 'em em- en EN -en en- Eo EO eo- E&O ep EP ep. eq EQ Eq. er ER 'er -er er. -'er es Es ES -es e's E's 'e's et Et ET -et EU eu- eV EV E.V. ew EW ex -ex ex- ex. ey -ey EZ Ez. (+63 words)

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

'ead EBD ECD Edd EDD edd. Ed.D. egd EGD eid Eid EID 'eid 'Eid eld 'eld end End -end end- EOD EPD erd ERD ESD Esd. ETD Exd.

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