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— English words —
  • et conj. (obsolete except in fixed phrases) and.
  • et v. (colloquial or dialectal) simple past tense and past participle of eat.
  • Et n. (chemistry) Abbreviation of ethyl. (-C₂H₅).
  • ET n. (uncountable) Initialism of Eastern Time (-5 hours to GMT).
  • ET n. (countable) Initialism of extraterrestrial.
  • ET n. (music, countable) Initialism of escape tone.
  • ET n. (music, uncountable) Initialism of electron tunneling.
  • ET n. (travel, aviation) electronic ticket.
  • ET n. (travel, aviation, reservation system) end transaction, end of transaction (with transaction meaning…
  • -et suff. Used to form diminutives, loosely construed.
— Translinguals —
  • et init. (airlines) Ethiopian Airlines’ IATA airline designator.
  • et init. (climate) Tundra climate’s Köppen climate classification.
  • et init. (Internet) .et, the country code top level domain (ccTLD) for Ethiopia.
  • et init. (ISO) Estonian language’s ISO 639 code.
  • et init. (ISO) Ethiopia’s ISO 3166-1 country code.
  • ET sym. (metrology) Symbol for the exatesla, an SI unit of magnetic flux density equal to 1018 teslas.
  • ET sym. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Ethiopia.
  • .et abbr. The ccTLD for Ethiopia as assigned by the IANA.
— Foreign words, define in English —
  • Albanian
    • et n. thirst.
  • Ancient greek
    • ἔτ' adv. Apocopic form of ἔτι (éti).
  • Catalan
    • et pron. you, thee (singular, direct or indirect object).
    • -et suff. Suffix indicating diminution or affection.
  • Chuukese
    • et num. (serial counting) one.
  • Coptic
    • ⲉⲧ- adj. (Bohairic) who, that, which.
  • Danish
    • et art. a, an.
    • ét num. neuter singular of en.
    • ét pron. neuter singular of en.
    • -et suff. Forms past participles of some verbs, like -t.
    • -et suff. Forms the definite singular of most neuter nouns.
    • -et suff. Forms adjectives from nouns with the sense of "like [noun]"; -esque.
    • -et suff. Forms adjectives from nouns with the sense of "having [noun], being equipped with [noun]".
  • Emilian
    • et pron. you (singular).
    • -et pron. (enclitic, after a consonant) Alternative form of et.
    • -et pron. (enclitic, after a consonant) Alternative form of te.
  • Esperanto
    • -et- suff. denotes diminution of degree.
  • Estonian
    • et conj. that.
  • Faroese
    • et v. singular imperative of eta.
  • Finnish
    • et v. The second-person singular form of the negation verb. The English translations include do not/don’t…
    • et conj. (subordinating, colloquial) That.
  • Hungarian
    • ét n. (archaic) food.
    • -et suff. (noun suffix) Added to a verb to form a noun, expressing the result of the action.
    • -et suff. Added to an occupation ending in -ész to form a collective noun.
    • -et suff. (accusative suffix) Used to form the accusative case.
    • -et suff. (causative suffix) Added to a verb (or extremely rarely to a noun) to form a verb with a meaning…
  • Ido
    • -et- suff. suffix forming a diminutive or indicating a smaller degree or qualitative change; also used as…
  • Ingrian
    • et v. second-person singular present of ei.
  • Kazakh
  • Luxembourgish
    • et pron. Reduced form of of hatt (“she, her; it”).
  • Middle dutch
    • et pron. Alternative form of het.
  • Middle english
    • -et suff. Forms diminutive nouns from nouns; in some words, it has lost its original meaning.
  • Middle french - Old french
    • -et suff. Used to form a diminutive, masculine noun.
  • Middle french - Old french - Walloon
    • et conj. and.
  • Middle low german
    • et pron. Alternative form of it.
  • Norman
    • et conj. (Jersey) and.
    • et n. (Jersey) ampersand.
    • êt n. (France) east.
    • êt' v. (Jersey) to be.
  • Northern sami
    • -et suff. Forms momentane verbs.
  • Norwegian bokmål
    • et art. a, an (the two English language indefinite articles; Old English had three genders: masculine…
    • et v. imperative of ete.
  • Norwegian nynorsk
    • et v. present tense of eta and ete.
    • et v. imperative of eta and ete.
  • Novial
    • et conj. (coordinating) both ... and.
  • Old english
    • -et suff. suffix forming nouns from verbs, adjectives, and other nouns (sometimes causes i-mutation).
  • Old french
    • -et suff. (12th century and before) Alternative form of -é (suffix used to form past participles of regular -er verbs).
  • Old irish
    • ét n. jealousy; envy, emulation.
    • ét n. enthusiasm, zeal.
    • ét n. verbal noun of ad·cota.
  • Pipil
    • et n. bean.
  • Romanian
    • -et suff. Used with plant or tree names to form names of orchards, woods, forests, or groves.
    • -et suff. (unproductive) Used to form nouns derived from the action of some verbs.
    • -eț suff. used to form adjectives from nouns or verbs denoting propensity or likeness, being inclined toward…
    • -eț suff. used to form nouns relating to another noun or action (e.g. drum (“road”) > drumeț (“voyager…
    • -eț suff. used to form diminutives of some nouns (e.g. pod (“bridge”) > podeț (“footbridge”)).
  • Saterland frisian
    • et pron. it.
  • Swedish
    • -et suff. Suffix for definite form singular of neuter nouns, especially if they end with consonant or a stressed vowel.
    • -et suff. Suffix for the neuter form of past participles of verbs belonging to the fourth declension (strong…
  • Tok pisin
    • et num. eight.
  • Turkish - Uzbek
    • et n. meat.
  • Uzbek
    • et n. flesh.
  • Veps
    • et v. second-person plural present of ei.
  • Vietnamese
    • ét adj. (only in compounds) very few, very little.
  • Volapük
    • -et suff. Used to indicate a consequential or concrete example.
— English words, define in German —
  • et  V. Präteritum (simple past) des Verbs eat.
  • et  v. Partizip Perfekt (past participle) des Verbs eat.
— English words, define in French —
  • ET  n.prop. HE, heure de l’Est d’Amérique du Nord.
  • ET  n. ET, extra-terrestre.
— English word, define in Spanish —
  • et  v. Pasado simple y pasado participio del verbo eat (comer).
— In German —
  • ET  Abk. Elektrotechnik, Elektrotechniker/Elektrotechnikerin.
  • ET  Abk. elektrischer Triebwagen.
  • ET  Abk. Ersatzteil.
  • ET  Abk. Einzelteil.
  • ET  Abk. Einpresstiefe.
  • ET  Abk. ISO-3166: Äthiopien.
— In Dutch —
  • et  w. enkelvoud tegenwoordige tijd van etten #gebiedende wijs van etten.
— In Latin —
  • et  con. (sensus proprius) X et Y — X Y-que.
  • et  con. et X et Y — X et Y ambo.
— In French —
  • et  conj. Concatène plusieurs concepts dans une même relation. Plusieurs…
  • et  conj. (Logique) Indique une simultanéité de caractéristiques…
  • et  conj. À la suite de quoi, après quoi. Note : Énonce l’induction…
  • et  conj. Il est quelquefois emphatique, au commencement des phrases.
  • et  conj. A souvent le sens de mais.
  • et  n.m. Nom de la lettre additionnelle de l’alphabet latin Ꝫ (minuscule…
  • ET  n. (France) Extraterrestre.
  • ET  n.m. (Logique) Et logique, conjonction. ∧.
  • ET  n.m. (Informatique) Conjonction au niveau du bit.
  • -et  suff. Suffixe qui sert à former le diminutif de substantifs…
  • -et  suff. Terminaison de la troisième personne du singulier de certains…
— In Spanish —
  • et  conj. Grafía alternativa de y.
  • et  s. Tipografía. Nombre del signo &.
— In Portuguese —
  • ET  s. extraterrestre.
  • et-  pref. (Química⚠) designa uma cadeia ou radical de carbonos composta…
— In Italian —
  • et  s. variante di e (medioevale/poetico).
258 English words from 83 English definitions

Abbreviation accusative accusative␣case action Added adjectives affection after airline airlines alpha also Alternative ampersand and another Apocopic archaic articles assigned aviation bean before being belonging Bohairic both bridge case causative causes ccTLD century change chemistry classification climate code collective collective␣noun colloquial compounds concrete consequential consonant construed coordinating countable counting country country␣code declension definite degree denotes denoting density derived designator dialectal diminution diminutive diminutives direct domain don drum east Eastern Eastern␣Time eat eight electron electronic emulation enclitic end ending end␣of English enthusiasm envy equal equipped escape escape␣tone especially -esque Estonian eta Ethiopia Ethiopian ethyl example except expressing extraterrestrial extremely few fixed flesh flux flux␣density food footbridge for forests form forming Forms fourth France from genders GMT groves had has hatt having her het hours IANA IATA imperative i-mutation inclined include indefinite indefinite␣articles indicate indicating indirect indirect␣object Initialism Internet ISO its jealousy Jersey language letter level like likeness little loosely lost magnetic magnetic␣flux magnetic␣flux␣density masculine meaning meat metrology momentane most music mutation names negation neuter not noun nouns object obsolete occupation Old Old␣English one only orchards original other participle participles past past␣participle past␣participles past␣tense person phrases plant plural pod present present␣tense propensity qualitative rarely Reduced regular relating reservation result road second second-person second␣person second-person␣plural second-person␣singular sense serial she simple simple␣past singular smaller some sometimes stressed strong subordinating suffix Symbol system tense teslas that the thee they thirst three ticket Time tone top to␣the toward transaction translations travel tree Tundra tunneling two uncountable unit unproductive used used␣to verb verbal verbal␣noun verbs very vowel voyager which who with woods words you zeal

38 English words from 30 foreign definitions

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4 foreign words from 83 English definitions

cota esque exatesla Köppen

83 foreign words from 30 foreign definitions

additionnelle À␣la␣suite À␣la␣suite␣de À␣la␣suite␣de␣quoi alphabet␣latin alternativa Amérique Amérique␣du␣Nord après␣quoi Äthiopien au␣niveau cadeia caractéristiques carbonos certains composta Concatène conjonction de␣la de␣quoi designa diminutif Einzelteil elektrischer Elektrotechnik Elektrotechniker Elektrotechnikerin emphatique enkelvoud Énonce Ersatzteil Et␣logique extra-terrestre extraterrestre gebiedende gebiedende␣wijs Grafía heure Indique Informatique latin logique mais medioevale même niveau Nombre Nord. participio Partizip Partizip␣Perfekt pasado Perfekt personne plusieurs poetico Präteritum proprius quelquefois qui Química quoi sensus sert signo simultanéité singulier souvent substantifs Suffixe tegenwoordige␣tijd Terminaison terrestre tijd Tipografía Triebwagen troisième troisième␣personne uma une variante verbo wijs

1250 suffixes (New words found by adding one or more letters at the end of the word.)

eta ETA etc ETC etc. ETD ETF eth Eth ETH -eth eth- Eth. ETI ETL ETs ETS ETT ETU ETV ety -ety ETag e-tag et␣al et.␣al et␣al. Etan etas ETBF etch ETCS etem ETFE ETFs ethe ethn- etho- eths etic -etic ETLA etna Etna ETNO EtOH Eton ETSI Etta -ette +1200 words

46931 times in the middle (New words found by adding letters in front and at the end of the word.)

Aeta aett beta Beta bete beth Beth bets Bets Betz CETA cete CETI Ceto CETP deth feta fete fête feti feto- fets FETs geta gets gett Getz heta heth Heth hets IETF -iety jete jeté jets Jets Jett keta keto keto- kets Kets Ketu Leto lets LETS let's lett Lett +46881 words

3812 prefixes (New words found by adding one or more letters in front of the word.)

aet AET æt. a.e.t. bet Bet BET bet. CET Det DET det. Det. EET fet FET get het HET jet Jet ket Ket let -let met Met MET net Net .NET pet PET Pet. ret Ret. set Set seṭ tet Tet TET vet Vet. wet yet abet acet- anet aret +3762 words

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

te TE

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

aet AET æt. a.e.t. ate AAtë -ate bet Bet BET bet. BTE CET CTE Det DET det. Det. DTE eat ECT ect. EDT EET eft EFT EIT elt ELT EMT ent ENT -ent EOT ept EPT ert ERT est Est EST -est est. Est. eta ETA etc ETC etc. +129 words

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

at AT 'at at- A-T A/T bt Bt BT CT Ct. c**t DT ea Ea EA ea. EB E EC ec. E.C. ed Ed ED -ed ed- ed. Ed. -èd E.D. 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 EU eu- eV EV E.V. ew EW ex -ex ex- ex. ey -ey EZ Ez. ft Ft FT ft. Ft. FT% fF.T. (+70 words)

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

eat ECT ect. EDT EET eft EFT EIT elt ELT EMT ent ENT -ent EOT ept EPT ert ERT est Est EST -est est. Est. ETT EVT ewt ext ext.


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