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

— English words —
  • hand n. The part of the fore limb below the forearm or wrist in a human, and the corresponding part in many other animals.
  • hand n. That which resembles, or to some extent performs the office of, a human hand.
  • hand n. In linear measurement.
  • hand n. A side; part, camp; direction, either right or left.
  • hand n. Power of performance; means of execution; ability; skill; dexterity.
  • hand n. An agent; a servant, or manual laborer, especially in compounds; a workman, trained or competent…
  • hand n. An instance of helping.
  • hand n. Handwriting; style of penmanship.
  • hand n. A person’s autograph or signature.
  • hand n. Personal possession; ownership.
  • hand n. (usually in the plural, hands) Management, domain, control.
  • hand n. That which is, or may be, held in a hand at once.
  • hand n. Applause.
  • hand n. (historical) A Native American gambling game, involving guessing the whereabouts of bits of ivory…
  • hand n. (firearms) The small part of a gunstock near the lock, which is grasped by the hand in taking aim.
  • hand n. A whole rhizome of ginger.
  • hand n. The feel of a fabric; the impression or quality of the fabric as judged qualitatively by the sense of touch.
  • hand n. (archaic) Actual performance; deed; act; workmanship; agency; hence, manner of performance.
  • hand n. (archaic) Agency in transmission from one person to another.
  • hand n. (obsolete) Rate; price.
  • hand v. (transitive) To give, pass, or transmit with the hand, literally or figuratively.
  • hand v. (transitive) To lead, guide, or assist with the hand; to conduct.
  • hand v. (transitive, obsolete) To manage.
  • hand v. (transitive, obsolete) To seize; to lay hands on.
  • hand v. (transitive, rare) To pledge by the hand; to handfast.
  • hand v. (transitive, nautical, said of a sail) To furl.
  • hand v. (intransitive, obsolete) To cooperate.
  • Hand prop.n. A surname.
  • HAND phr. Initialism of have a nice day.
— Foreign words, define in English —
  • Afrikaans - Old english - Old frisian - Old saxon - Old swedish
  • Central franconian
    • Hand n. (many dialects) hand.
  • Danish
    • hand pron. Obsolete spelling of han (“he”).
    • hånd n. (anatomy) hand.
  • Estonian - Ludian - Veps
  • Low german - Luxembourgish - Pennsylvania german
  • Middle english
    • hand n. Alternative form of hond (“hand”).
  • Norwegian bokmål
    • hand n. (anatomy) a hand.
    • hånd n. (anatomy) a hand.
    • hånd- pref. hånd when used as the first part of compound words.
  • Norwegian bokmål - Norwegian nynorsk
    • hand- pref. hand when used as the first part of compound words.
  • Norwegian nynorsk - Swedish
    • hand n. (anatomy) hand.
  • Old swedish
  • Pennsylvania german
    • Hand n. handwriting.
  • Swedish
    • hand n. (card games) hand; the set of cards held by a player.
    • hand. n. (lexicography) trade and business terminology; Abbreviation of handelsterm.
— English words, define in German —
  • hand  S. Körperteil: die Hand.
  • hand  S. Kartenspiel: ein Kartenspieler.
  • hand  S. Uhr: Zeiger.
  • hand  S. Arbeit: Arbeitskraft, speziell auch bei der Marine.
— English words, define in Dutch —
  • hand  n. (anatomie) hand.
  • hand  w. overhandigen.
  • hand  w. reiken.
— English words, define in Latin —
  • hand  n.subs. manus (-ūs, fem.) || √.
  • hand  v. Dare manu.
— English words, define in French —
  • hand  n. (Anatomie) Main.
  • hand  n. (Horlogerie) Aiguille.
  • hand  n. (Poker) Main.
  • hand  n. Coup de main.
  • hand  v. Donner, passer (de main à main, ou parfois au sens figuré).
  • hand  v. Mener, guider (par la main).
  • hand  v. (Marine) Ferler.
— English words, define in Spanish —
  • hand  s. Anatomía. Mano.
  • hand  s. Ayudante.
  • hand  s. Persona con destreza en algo.
  • hand  v. Pasar o entregar de mano en mano.
  • hand  v. Ayudar, asistir.
  • hand  adj. Que esta hecho a mano.
  • hand  adj. Perteneciente o relacionado con la mano.
— English words, define in Portuguese —
  • hand  s. (Anatomia) mão.
  • hand  s. (Zoologia) pata dianteira.
  • hand  s. ponteiro (em relógio).
  • hand  v. entregar, passar, dar.
— English words, define in Italian —
  • hand  s. (anatomia) mano.
  • hand  s. manuale.
  • hand  s. lancetta.
  • hand  s. scrittura.
— In German —
  • Hand  S. Anatomie: Greiforgan bei Menschen und Affen.
  • Hand  S. Fachsprache, sonst veraltet: Handschrift.
  • Hand  S. Fußball, Sport: kurz für Handspiel.
  • Hand  S. Kartenspiel: die in der Hand[1] gehaltenen Karten, insbesondere…
  • Hand  S. Seite (die rechte oder linke).
— In Dutch —
  • hand  n. (anatomie) uiterste deel van de arm, voorbij de pols.
  • hand  w. eerste persoon enkelvoud tegenwoordige tijd van handen.
  • hand  w. gebiedende wijs van handen.
  • hand  w. (bij inversie) tweede persoon enkelvoud tegenwoordige tijd van handen.
— In French —
  • hand  n.m. (Familier) Handball.
174 English words from 47 English definitions

Abbreviation ability act Actual agency agent aim Alternative American anatomy and animals another Applause archaic assist at␣once autograph behalf below bits business camp card card␣games cards competent compound compounds compound␣words conduct control cooperate corresponding day deed dexterity dialects direction domain either especially execution extent fabric feel figuratively firearms first fore forearm form from furl gambling game games ginger give grasped guessing guide gunstock han hand handfast hand␣in hands handwriting have have␣a␣nice␣day held helping hence historical human impression Initialism instance intransitive involving ivory judged kind laborer lay lay␣hands␣on lead left lexicography limb linear literally lock manage Management manner manual manual␣laborer many may may␣be means measurement Native Native␣American nautical near nice obsolete of␣a office once one other ownership part pass penmanship performance performs person Personal player pledge plural possession Power price qualitatively quality rare Rate resembles rhizome right said sail seize sense servant set side signature skill small some sort spelling style surname tail taking terminology That the to␣some␣extent touch trade trained transitive transmission transmit used usually when whereabouts which whole with words workman workmanship wrist

32 English words from 41 foreign definitions

Aiguille algo arm con Coup Coup␣de␣main dar Dare deel der destreza die Donner fem guider hand Handball main mano manus Marine Menschen par passer Persona Poker pols Que sens Sport und van

1 foreign word from 47 English definitions


76 foreign words from 41 foreign definitions

Affen a␣mano Anatomía anatomia anatomie Arbeit Arbeitskraft asistir auch au␣sens␣figuré Ayudante Ayudar bei bij de␣main eerste eerste␣persoon ein enkelvoud entregar esta Fachsprache Familier Ferler figuré Fußball für gebiedende gebiedende␣wijs gehaltenen handen Handschrift Handspiel hecho Horlogerie insbesondere inversie Karten Kartenspiel Kartenspieler Körperteil kurz linke main␣à␣main manuale mão Mener oder overhandigen parfois Pasar passar pata persoon Perteneciente ponteiro rechte reiken relacionado relógio scrittura Seite sens␣figuré sonst speziell tegenwoordige␣tijd tijd tweede tweede␣persoon Uhr uiterste veraltet voorbij wijs Zeiger Zoologia

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

hande handi hands handy Handy Handan handax hand␣ax handed hander handes handin' hand␣in handis handle handly hand␣on handsy handvo handarm handaxe hand␣axe handbag handbra handcar handegg hand-egg handers handest handeth hand␣fan handfed handful hand␣gel handgun handier handies handily handing handish handism handjar handjob hand␣job handled handler Handler handles Handley handlin' +676 words

1056 times in the middle (New words found by adding letters in front and at the end of the word.)

bhands Chanda Chands Ghandi jhandi khanda shanda Shands shandy Chandas chandid chandoo Chandra chandry jhandis khandas khandvi Khandwa rhandir shandry thandai unhands unhandy uphands all␣hands axhandle Bachands behandle Bhandari chandids chandler Chandler Chandpur Chandran cowhands dab␣hands god␣hands God␣hands gunhands ham␣hands hot␣hands khandvis no-hander old␣hands rehandle rhandirs Richanda Shandean shandies shandite +1006 words

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

bhand Chand shand Shand at␣hand behand by␣hand in␣hand ithand onhand on-hand on␣hand to␣hand unhand uphand Bachand cowhand dab␣hand god␣hand God␣hand gunhand hot␣hand offhand off-hand old␣hand top␣hand backhand back-hand barehand bare␣hand beer␣hand book␣hand clawhand clubhand cool␣hand deckhand dockhand farmhand farm␣hand forehand Forehand freehand free-hand free␣hand gimp␣hand gladhand glad-hand glad␣hand gulkhand hard␣hand +171 words

6 words-in-word (Words found as is inside the word. Minimum size 3 letters.)

and AND -and and- han Han

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

dna DNA nah Nah.

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

dahn Dahn Danh hDNA NADH

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

adhan ahind bandh bhand Chand Dahan Dahns Danhs Dinah Dohan Haden hadna hadn't had␣on hande handi hands handy Handy hang'd Haydn hcdna hcDNA honda Honda hudna NADPH shand Shand shdna shDNA

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

ADH ADN AHD ahn and AND -and and- dah dan Dan DAN Dan. DHA dna DNA D.N.H. had han Han HDA HNA HND nad NAD nah Nah. NDA NHD

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

band *band cand dand fand Fand haad hadd haid Haid Haná Hane hang Hang hank Hank Hann Hano Hans HANS hant ha'nt han't ha'n't Hany hard Hard hend hind Hond. kand land Land -land mand nand NAND rand Rand RAND sand wand XAND Zand

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

and AND -and and- had han Han HND

One epenthesis (New word found when adding only one letter.)


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