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— English words —
  • era n. A time period of indeterminate length, generally more than one year.
  • era n. (Geology) A geochronologic unit of tens to hundreds of millions of years; a subdivision of an eon, and…
  • ERA n. (Baseball) Initialism of earned run average, a baseball statistic.
  • ERA n. (Electronics) Initialism of electrically reconfigurable array.
  • ERA n. (UK, military) Initialism of Engine room artificer., a Royal Navy position.
  • ERA n. (Military) Initialism of explosive reactive armor.
  • ERA prop.n. (US) Initialism of Equal Rights Amendment.
  • ERA prop.n. (EU, railways) Initialism of European Railway Agency (called today the European Union Agency for Railways).
— Foreign words, define in English —
  • Asturian - Catalan
    • era n. Era (time period).
  • Azerbaijani - Interlingua - Polish - Serbo-croatian - Swedish
  • Basque
    • era n. Manner.
    • -era suff. Used to form names of languages from toponyms.
    • -era suff. Used to form dimension nouns from adjectives.
    • -era suff. Place.
    • -era suff. Used to a nouns representing the property corresponding to a verb; -tion, -ing.
    • -era suff. Way of.
    • -era suff. Allomorphic post-consonantal form of -ra (allative inanimate singular suffix).
  • Catalan
    • era n. Small section of arable land destined for cultivation.
    • era v. First-person singular imperfect indicative form of ser.
    • era v. Third-person singular imperfect indicative form of ser.
    • -era suff. Used to form nouns meaning the location or object where something is usually found.
    • -era suff. Used to form nouns meaning a plant which is cultivated to produce something.
    • -era suff. Used to form nouns meaning the purpose of something or an object used for that purpose.
    • -era suff. Used to form nouns and adjectives referring to an inhabitant of somewhere.
    • -era suff. Used to form nouns and adjectives referring to engaging in a profession.
    • -era suff. Used to form nouns and adjectives referring to being prone to some activity or characteristic.
    • -era suff. Used to form nouns meaning the desire to undertake some task.
  • Chuukese
    • era v. (Intransitive) to say.
  • Czech
  • Emilian
    • éra v. First-person singular imperfect indicative of èser.
  • Esperanto
    • era adj. Adjective form of ero (“bit, piece”).
  • Estonian
    • era- pref. Private, not of the government.
    • era- pref. Civil, not of the military.
  • Fala
    • era v. First-person singular imperfect indicative of sel (“to be”).
    • era v. Third-person singular imperfect indicative of sel (“to be”).
  • Finnish
    • erä n. Batch (quantity of anything produced at one operation).
    • erä n. Lot (separate portion; a number of things taken collectively).
    • erä n. Short for maksuerä (“instalment, partial payment”).
    • erä n. (Accounting) Short for tilierä (“item, entry”).
    • erä n. (Sports) a subdivision of game time (can be a time-limited part of a match between two parties or, where…
    • erä n. (Rare, hunting) game, catch.
    • erä n. (Archaic) wilderness, especially one that is good hunting ground.
  • Galician
    • era v. First/third-person singular imperfect indicative of ser.
  • Hungarian
    • éra n. Era, age, epoch.
  • Interlingua
    • era v. Optional irregular past tense form of esser ("to be").
    • -era suff. Female equivalent of -ero.
  • Ladino
    • era v. First-person singular imperfect indicative of ser.
    • era v. Third-person singular imperfect indicative of ser.
  • Luganda
    • era conj. And then (only used for occurrences in chronological order).
  • Norman
    • éra v. (Guernsey) third-person singular future of aver.
  • Norwegian nynorsk
    • era v. (Archaic or dialectal) plural present of vera.
    • -era suff. Alternative form of -ere.
  • Occitan
    • era art. Feminine singular of eth.
    • era pron. (Gascon) she.
    • èra v. Third-person singular imperfect indicative of èsser.
  • Old church slavonic
    • ега adv. Alternative form of егда.
  • Old dutch
    • era n. Dignity.
  • Old dutch - Old high german - Old saxon
  • Old high german
    • era n. Respect.
  • Old high german - Old saxon
  • Old saxon
  • Old tupi
  • Polish
    • erą n. Instrumental singular of era.
  • Rade
    • êra n. Young girl.
    • êra adj. Young (of girl).
  • Rapa nui
  • Romanian
    • era v. Third-person singular imperfect indicative of fi: he/she was (being).
    • era n. Definite nominative/accusative singular of eră.
    • eră n. Age, era.
  • Rwanda-rundi
    • era v. Be white.
    • era v. Be pure, be innocent.
    • era v. Be holy.
    • era v. Be ripe.
  • Sicilian
    • -era suff. Feminine singular of -eru.
    • -era suff. Indicates a place or object where something can be found, kept or done.
    • -era suff. Forms names of certain plants or trees from the name of their fruit.
  • Swedish
    • era pron. Your, yours (multiple owners of more than one object).
    • era pron. You (only in this use:).
    • -era suff. -ate, -ize; make a verb from a noun, similar to Swedish -a; used on loan-words with French -er and German -ieren.
  • Tagalog
    • -era suff. Forms female occupations and other agent nouns from nouns.
  • Tause
— English words, defined in German —
  • era S. Ära, Epoche, Zeitalter.
  • era S. Zeitraum.
  • ERA Abk. Eisenbahnverkehr: Abkürzung für "European Railway Agency" (heute European Union Agency for Railways).
— English words, defined in Dutch —
  • era n. Tijdperk.
  • era n. Tijdvak.
  • era n. Periode.
— English words, defined in French —
  • era n. Ère.
  • ERA n. (Armement) Abréviation de explosive reactive armour ou explosive reactive armor : blindage réactif explosif.
  • ERA n. (Baseball) Abréviation de earned run average : moyenne de points mérités.
— English word, defined in Spanish —
  • era s. Era.
— English words, defined in Portuguese —
  • era s. Era, período indeterminado de tempo, geralmente superior a um ano.
  • era s. (Geologia) era.
— English words, defined in Italian —
  • era s. Era.
  • era s. Epoca.
— In Dutch —
  • era n. Een bijzonder lange tijd.
  • era n. (Geologie) een geologisch tijdperk dat deel is van een eon…
— In Spanish —
  • era s. Periodo geológico de larga duración.
  • era s. Lugar de labranza donde se extendían las mieses para trillar y limpiar.
  • era v. Tercera persona del singular (ella, él, ello; usted, 2.ª…
  • era v. Segunda persona del singular (tú) del imperativo afirmativo de erar.
  • era v. Primera persona del singular (yo) del pretérito imperfecto…
  • era v. Tercera persona del singular (ella, él, ello; usted, 2.ª…
  • Era s. Apellido.
  • erá v. Segunda persona del singular (vos) del imperativo afirmativo de erar.
  • -era suf. Forma sustantivos femeninos con el significado de "lugar…
  • -era suf. Indica un ser vegetal que produce lo indicado por la base.
  • -era suf. Indica un estado físico o discapacidad.
  • -era suf. Indica una acción repetida o insistente.
  • -era suf. Forma del femenino de -ero.
— In Portuguese —
  • era s. Época, período.
  • era s. (Geologia) parte de um éon, que é subdividida em períodos.
  • era v. Primeira pessoa do singular do pretérito imperfeito do indicativo…
  • era v. Terceira pessoa do singular do pretérito imperfeito do indicativo…
— In Italian —
  • era s. (Storia) conteggio degli anni a partire da una data specifica.
  • era s. (Per estensione) periodo storico contraddistinto da eventi…
  • era s. (Fisica) (geologia) periodo di tempo formato da numerosi…
  • era s. Periodo di tempo molto ampio che, per quanto inizialmente…
  • era s. (Senso figurato) insieme di eventi caratterizzati enfaticamente.
  • era v. Terza persona singolare dell’imperfetto indicativo di essere.
264 English words from 81 English definitions

Accounting accusative activity Adjective adjectives age Agency agent agent␣nouns allative Allomorphic Alternative Amendment and a␣number␣of anything arable Archaic armor array artificer ate at␣one aver average baseball Batch being between bit called can catch certain characteristic chronological Civil collectively consonantal corresponding cultivated cultivation Definite desire destined dialectal Dignity dimension done earned earned␣run earned␣run␣average electrically Electronics engaging Engine Engine␣room entry eon epoch Equal equivalent era ere especially eth European European␣Union explosive female Feminine First First␣person First-person␣singular for form Forms for␣that found French from fruit future game Gascon generally geochronologic Geology German girl Glory good government ground Guernsey he/she holy Honour hundreds hunting hunting␣ground imperfect imperfect␣indicative inanimate indeterminate Indicates indicative ing inhabitant Initialism innocent instalment Instrumental Intransitive irregular item -ize kept land languages length limited loan loan␣words location Lot make Manner match meaning military millions more multiple name names Navy nominative not not␣of noun nouns number object occupations occurrences of␣a of␣an one on␣loan only operation Optional order other owners part partial parties past past␣tense payment period person piece place plant plants plural portion position post present Private produce produced profession prone prone␣to property pure purpose quantity Railway railways Rare reactive reactive␣armor reconfigurable referring Renown representing Respect Rights ripe room Royal Royal␣Navy run say section separate ser she Short Short␣for similar singular Small some something somewhere Sports statistic subdivision suffix Swedish taken task tens tense than that that␣is the their then things third third␣person third-person␣singular this time time-limited time␣period tion today toponyms trees two undertake Union unit use used Used␣to usually vera verb was Water Way where which white wilderness with words year years You Young Your yours

51 English words from 39 foreign definitions

Agency armor armour average base Baseball blindage che con dat data deel del dell earned earned␣run earned␣run␣average een ello eon Epoche era estado European European␣Union explosive for Indica las Lugar para parte per periodo persona points produce que Railway Railways reactive reactive␣armor reactive␣armour run ser singular superior tempo Union van vegetal

4 foreign words from 81 English definitions

ero esser -ieren sel

108 foreign words from 39 foreign definitions

Abkürzung Abréviation acción afirmativo ampio anni ano Apellido Ära Armement bijzonder blindage␣réactif caratterizzati conteggio contraddistinto degli discapacidad donde duración Eisenbahnverkehr ella enfaticamente éon Época erar Ère ero essere estensione eventi explosif extendían femenino femeninos figurato Fisica físico Forma formato für geologia geológico Geologie geologisch geralmente heute imperativo imperfecto imperfeito imperfetto indeterminado indicado indicativo inizialmente insieme insistente labranza lange larga limpiar lugar mérités mieses molto moyenne numerosi Per␣estensione Periode período períodos pessoa por pretérito pretérito␣imperfecto pretérito␣imperfeito Primeira Primeira␣pessoa Primera Primera␣persona quanto réactif repetida Segunda Segunda␣persona Senso Senso␣figurato significado singolare specifica Storia storico subdividida sustantivos Terceira Terceira␣pessoa Tercera Tercera␣persona Terza Terza␣persona tijd tijdperk Tijdvak trillar una usted vos Zeitalter Zeitraum

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

ERAA eras ERAs ERAAs Eramo erase Erath Erato Erazo Eramos erased eraser erases erasin Eraskh Erazos Eramosa era␣name erasers erasest eraseth erasing erasion erasive Erasmus erastai erastes erastin Erastus erasure erathem eradiate era␣names eranthin erasable erasably erasings erasions Erasmian Erasmine Erastian erasures erathems eradiated eradiates eradicant eradicate eraillure erasables erasement +50 words

12605 times in the middle (New words found by adding letters in front and at the end of the word.)

æras Beran Berat beray ceras Ceras CERAs derat deray feral Feras gerah Geras heras Herat Keram kerat- Merak meral Meraz Nérac Nerad neral perai Perai Perak Peral Peras reran re-ran serac sérac serai seral Terah terai Teran teras veras aerate Averas berain Berans Berard berate berays Caerau cerago Cerami cerata +12555 words

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

æra Cera CERA Fera FERA Gera hera Hera Kera KERA Nera Pera sera Sera SERA Tera tera- vera Vera Avera Azera Ciera Ghera jeera Khera Kiera Liera Loera Luera Miera Mwera neera ne'er␣a onera opera Riera Spera Thera Viera zeera Abdera Adzera Ajmera Aptera Atsera Atzera Butera camera Camera &␣cetera +424 words

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

are Are ARE Åre A.R.E.

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

Aer aer- aër- are Are ARE Åre A.R.E. ear EAR 'ear Rae rea Rea REA

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

Aare Aber acer acre Acre æra aero aero- aëro- ager Ager Ahre aire Aire -aire aker Akre amer. Amer. aper area ared areg Arel Arem areo- ares Ares AREs arie Arie Arne arré arse ARSE bare Bare Baré bear Bear brae Brea caer care Care -care Cera CERA Crea dare Dare DARE +103 words

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

ae AE æ Æ -ae A&E -æ a**e a.e. A␣&␣E ar AR -ar ar- Ar. A&R A/R A.R. A␣&␣R A.␣&␣R. ea Ea EA ea. er ER 'er -er er. E-R -'er E.R. E.␣R. ra Ra RA re Re RE Ré 're re- r.e.

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

ara Ara ARA bra CRA Dra DRA EAA eba ECA Eda EDA EEA EFA Ega EGA EIA eka- Ela ELA E-la ema EMA EPA Erb 'erb Erc ERC erd ERD ere Ere 'ere erf erg ERG -erg- Eri. erk erm ERM ern Ern -ern ERP err Err. ers ERs ERS -ers ert ERT ERU ERV erw ERW -ery e'ry esa Esa ESA E(S/A) eta ETA EUA eva Eva EVA eva' exa- fra Fra FRA Gra HRA Ira IRA JRA kra Kra KRA LRA MRA NRA ora Ora PRA QRA SRA Sra. tra TRA URA WRA

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

ea Ea EA ea. er ER 'er -er er. E-R -'er E.R. E.␣R. ra Ra RA

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

Eora ERAA Erma erna eRNA Ersa eyra Ezra

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