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— English words —
  • sen n. A unit of Japanese currency, worth one hundredth of a yen.
  • sen n. A coin of this value.
  • sen n. (Yorkshire, East Midlands) self.
  • sen n. A unit of Indonesian currency, worth one hundredth of a rupiah.
  • sen n. A unit of Malaysian currency, worth one hundredth of a ringgit.
  • sen n. A coin of this value.
  • sen n. A unit of length equal 20 wa, 40 meters.
  • Sen n. Alternative form of Sen.
  • Sen prop.n. (Obsolete) Alternative spelling of Zen.
  • Sen prop.n. A surname from Bengali.
  • Sen prop.n. A surname from Khmer.
  • SEN n. (UK, education) Initialism of special educational needs.
  • Sen. prop.n. (Uncountable, law) Abbreviation of Senegal.
  • Sen. prop.n. (Countable, law) Abbreviation of Senator.
— International convention —
  • SEN sym. (International standards) ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 country code for Senegal.
— Foreign words, define in English —
  • Abenaki
    • sen n. Stone, rock.
  • Basque
  • Crimean tatar
    • sen pron. You.
    • şeñ adj. Cheerful, happy.
  • Czech
    • sen n. Genitive plural of seno (“hay”).
  • Czech - Old czech - Polish - Slovak
  • Danish
    • sen adj. Late (proximate in time).
    • sen adj. Belated, tardy.
    • sen adj. Slow.
    • -sen suff. (Not productive) -son; Forms patronymic surnames.
  • Esperanto
    • sen- pref. Without, -less.
  • Esperanto - Galician
    • sen prep. Without.
  • Finnish
    • sen pron. Genitive/accusative singular of se.
  • Friulian
    • sen n. (Anatomy) bosom, breast.
    • sen n. Want, need, desire.
  • Galician
    • sen n. (Archaic) judgement.
    • sen n. (Anatomy) temple.
    • sen n. (Usually in the plural) fly maggots and eggs deposited in meat or food.
  • Gun
  • Ido
    • sen prep. Without (not having).
    • sen- pref. -less, without, free from.
  • Indonesian
    • sen n. Nonstandard form of sein.
  • Indonesian - Malay - Tok pisin
  • Ingrian
    • sen adv. (+ min) Establishes a correlation between multiple comparatives in a sentence; ..., the ...
    • sen pron. Accusative singular of se.
    • sen pron. (Nonstandard) genitive singular of se.
    • sen det. Accusative singular of se.
    • sen det. (Nonstandard) genitive singular of se.
  • Japanese
    • sen rom. Rōmaji transcription of せん.
  • Jingpho
    • sen n. Hundred thousand.
  • Kabuverdianu
    • sen num. Hundred (100).
  • Kalasha
  • Ladin
    • śën adv. (Gherdëina) now (at this moment, right now).
    • śën adv. (Gherdëina) now (unstressed and expletive, used for minor emphasis).
  • Lashi
    • sen num. Hundred thousand (100,000).
  • Latgalian
    • seņ adv. Long ago.
    • seņ adv. For a long time.
  • Latvian
    • sen adv. Long ago, for a long time; adverbial form of sens.
  • Lele
  • Louisiana creole
    • sen num. Hundred.
  • Malay
  • Mandarin
    • sen rom. Nonstandard spelling of sēn.
    • sen rom. Nonstandard spelling of sěn.
    • sěn rom. Hanyu Pinyin reading of 𩕌.
    • sēn rom. Hanyu Pinyin reading of 曑.
    • sēn rom. Hanyu Pinyin reading of 森.
    • sēn rom. Hanyu Pinyin reading of 椮.
    • sēn rom. Hanyu Pinyin reading of 槮.
    • sēn rom. Hanyu Pinyin reading of 滰.
    • sēn rom. Hanyu Pinyin reading of 甧.
    • sēn rom. Hanyu Pinyin reading of 穼.
    • sēn rom. Hanyu Pinyin reading of 篸.
    • sēn rom. Hanyu Pinyin reading of 蔘.
    • sēn rom. Hanyu Pinyin reading of 襂.
    • ŝén rom. Rare spelling of shén.
    • ŝèn rom. Rare spelling of shèn.
    • sèŋ rom. Rare spelling of sèng.
    • ŝěn rom. Rare spelling of shěn.
    • ŝēn rom. Rare spelling of shēn.
    • sēŋ rom. Rare spelling of sēng.
    • ŝéŋ rom. Rare spelling of shéng.
    • ŝèŋ rom. Rare spelling of shèng.
    • ŝěŋ rom. Rare spelling of shěng.
    • ŝēŋ rom. Rare spelling of shēng.
  • Middle low german
    • -sen suff. -son; a suffix used to form patronymic surnames.
  • Nga la
  • Norwegian bokmål - Swedish
  • Norwegian nynorsk
    • sen n. Sinew, tendon.
    • sen n. A Japanese sen.
  • Norwegian
  • Nung
  • Old french
    • sen n. Alternative form of sens.
  • Old irish
    • sen adj. Old.
    • sén n. A sign, omen, portent.
    • sén n. A favourable sign, a blessing, good luck, success.
    • sén v. Second-person singular imperative of sénaid.
    • sén v. Third-person singular preterite conjunct of sénaid.
  • Old occitan
    • sen n. Direction; orientation.
    • sen n. Sense; ability to reason.
  • Oroqen
  • Papiamentu
  • Polish
  • Romani
    • sen v. Second-person plural or formal singular present indicative of si.
  • Romanian
    • sen n. Sen (Japanese currency).
  • Romansch
    • sen adv. (Sutsilvan, Surmiran) up, upward, upwards.
  • Swedish
    • sen adv. Pronunciation spelling of sedan.
  • Tok pisin
  • Turkish
    • sen pron. You (singular, informal), thou.
    • Sen prop.n. Seine (river).
    • şen adj. Happy, cheerful, gay.
    • şen adj. (Of a place) well-populated and prosperous, flourishing, thriving.
    • Şen prop.n. A female given name.
    • Şen prop.n. A male given name.
    • Şen prop.n. A surname.
  • Turkmen
    • sen pron. (Personal) you (singular, informal).
  • Uyghur
    • sen n. Latin (ULY) transcription of سەن.
  • Veps
  • Vietnamese
    • sen n. Lotus.
    • sen n. A maidservant.
    • sen n. (Slang, humorous) Owner of cat or dog.
    • sên n. Slug.
    • sên n. Chain (of a vehicle).
    • sến n. Name for a number of plant species.
    • sến adj. Overly romantic; old-fashionedly romantic; cheesy, sappy.
  • Welsh
    • sen v. Contraction of basen.
    • -sen suff. (Colloquial) verb suffix for the first-person plural conditional.
    • -sen suff. (Colloquial) verb suffix for the third-person plural conditional.
  • Westrobothnian
  • Yoruba
    • sẹn v. (Ìjẹ̀bú) to sneeze.
    • sẹn v. (Ìjẹ̀bú) to be long.
    • sẹn v. (Ìjẹ̀bú) to crack palm nuts.
    • sẹn v. (Ìjẹ̀bú) to worship.
    • sẹn v. (Ìjẹ̀bú) to domesticate.
— In German —
  • Sen S. Währung in Japan, 100 Sen = 1 Yen.
  • Sen S. Währung in Indonesien, 100 Sen = 1 Rupiah.
  • Sen S. Währung in Kambodscha , 100 Sen = 1 Riel.
  • Sen S. Währung in Malaysia, 100 Sen = 1 Ringgit.
  • sen. Abk. Senior.
— In Dutch —
  • s'en n. Meervoud van het zelfstandig naamwoord s.
— In French —
  • sen n.m. Centième partie du yen. Aujourd’hui utilisé seulement pour…
  • sen n.m. (Indonésie) Centième partie de la rupiah.
  • sen n.m. (Malaisie) Centième partie du ringgit.
  • sen n.m. (Cambodge) Centième partie du riel.
— In Italian —
  • sen acro. (Matematica) (geometria) (fisica) abbreviazione di seno.
238 English words from 131 English definitions

Abbreviation ability accusative adverbial ago alpha Alternative Anatomy and a␣number␣of Archaic A␣thousand basen Bed Belated Bengali between blessing bosom breast cat Cent Chain cheerful cheesy code coin Colloquial comparatives conditional conjunct Contraction correlation Countable country country␣code crack currency deposited desire Direction dog domesticate Dream Ear East East␣Midlands education educational eggs Eight emphasis equal Establishes expletive favourable female first first␣person first-person␣plural flourishing fly food for form formal Forms free from Fungus gay genitive given given␣name good good␣luck Hanyu Hanyu␣Pinyin happy having hay humorous Hundred hundredth Hundred␣thousand imperative indicative Indonesian informal Initialism International in␣time ISO Japanese judgement Khmer Late Latin law length less long Long␣ago long␣time Lotus luck maggots maidservant Malaysian male meat meters Midlands min Mind minor moment Money multiple name Name␣for need needs Nonstandard not now number nuts Obsolete of␣a old old-fashionedly omen one orientation Overly Owner palm palm␣nuts patronymic person Personal Pinyin place plant plural populated portent present present␣indicative preterite productive Pronunciation Pronunciation␣spelling prosperous proximate Rare reading reason Red right right␣now ringgit river rock Rōmaji romantic rupiah sappy Second Second␣person Second-person␣plural Second-person␣singular sedan sein Seine self sen Senator Senegal sens Sense sentence she sign Sinew singular Slang Sleep Slow Slug sneeze son special species spelling standards Stone success suffix Surmiran surname surnames tardy temple tendon the third third␣person third-person␣plural Third-person␣singular this thou thousand thriving time tion transcription Uncountable unit unstressed upward upwards used used␣to Usually value vehicle verb Want well without worship worth yen Yorkshire you Zen

12 English words from 11 foreign definitions

het hui Japan Malaysia pour riel ringgit rupiah Sen Senior van yen

2 foreign words from 131 English definitions

seno Sutsilvan

21 foreign words from 11 foreign definitions

abbreviazione Aujourd’hui Cambodge Centième de␣la fisica geometria Indonésie Indonesien Kambodscha Malaisie Matematica Meervoud naamwoord partie seno seulement utilisé Währung zelfstandig zelfstandig␣naamwoord

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

Sena send Send SEND sene Sene Seng Senj Senn sens Sens Sens. sent sent. senat sence sench SENCO sende sends senes Senes senet senex Seney Senft Senga sengi Sengs senie Senko senna Senna Senne Senni Senoi senor señor sense sensi Sensi sensy sente senti sents Sentz senvy senary senate Senate +820 words

3631 times in the middle (New words found by adding letters in front and at the end of the word.)

Tseng absent Ah␣Seng arseno- Asenid assent besend Dasent dosen't easens elsens Elsens Essene essent Ibsens insend Ipsens lesene lisena onsend onsens paseng pesens resend resene resent Risens Rosene Tsengs unsend unsent upsend upsent ursene Usenet wisens wisent absence absency absents absenty arsenal Arsenal arsenic Asenath Asencio Aseneth Asenids assents basened +3581 words

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

usen Assen basen Casen cosen Cosen easen Eisen elsen Elsen Essen fusen hosen Ibsen Ipsen Kasen mesen mysen Olsen onsen owsen pesen Posen Resen risen Risen rosen Rosen wisen arisen Bensen Boesen Boysen brasen Bunsen chosen Chosen Clasen closen coosen densen Dresen drusen Eussen falsen fausen Forsen Fossen Gassen Geisen +250 words

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


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

ens ENS Ens. ESN NES SNe

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

Anse bens Bens B&NES Cens dens eans eens EINs encs ends Ends engs Enns Enos ENSA ensi ENSO ents ENTs Enus eons EPNS eq'ns erns Esan esne ESNs ESPN fens Fens gens Gens GENs hens kens Kens lens Lens mens men's NAEs nase Nase NCSE NDEs NEAs nebs NECs neds Neds +86 words

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

en En EN -en en- es Es ES -es e's es- E's 'e's ne NE né nê ne. Ne. -ne- ns Ns NS 'ns n's N's N/S n.s. N.S. N.␣S. se SE -se se. Se. sn Sn SN S/N

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

ben Ben Cen CEN cen- den Den DEN Den. een -een e'en fen gen Gen GEN -gen /gen gen. Gen. hen Jen ken Ken Ken. Len men Men MEN -men nen Nen pen Pen PEN ren REN -ren san San SAn SAN -san SCN SDN sea Sea SEA Seb SEB sec SEC sec- sec. Sec. S.E.C. S.␣E.␣C. sed SED see See SEE seg SEH sei Sek SEL sem Sem SEM Seo SEO sep Sep SEP Sep. seq SEQ seq. &␣seq. ser SER ser. ses SEs SES -ses set Set SET se SEU sev sew sex sex- Sey. sez SEZ SFN (+35 words)

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

en En EN -en en- se SE -se se. Se. sn Sn SN S/N

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

sean Sean seen sein Senn SE␣SN sev'n sewn Shen sien sken Sten Suen syen

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