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The word side is in the Wiktionary

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

— English words —
  • side n. A bounding straight edge of a two-dimensional shape.
  • side n. A flat surface of a three-dimensional object; a face.
  • side n. One half (Left or right, top or bottom, front or back, etc.) of something or someone.
  • side n. A region in a specified position with respect to something.
  • side n. The portion of the human torso usually covered by the arms when they are not raised; the areas on the…
  • side n. One surface of a sheet of paper (Used instead of "page", which can mean one or both surfaces.).
  • side n. One possible aspect of a concept, person, or thing.
  • side n. One set of competitors in a game.
  • side n. (UK, Australia, Ireland) A sports team.
  • side n. A group of morris dancers who perform together.
  • side n. A group having a particular allegiance in a conflict or competition.
  • side n. (Music) A recorded piece of music; a record, especially in jazz.
  • side n. (Sports, billiards, snooker, pool) Sidespin; english.
  • side n. (Britain, Australia, Ireland, dated) A television channel, usually as opposed to the one currently being…
  • side n. (US, colloquial) A dish that accompanies the main course; a side dish.
  • side n. A line of descent traced through a particular parent, as distinguished from that traced through another.
  • side n. (Baseball) The batters faced in an inning by a particular pitcher.
  • side n. (Slang, dated, uncountable) An unjustified air of self-importance.
  • side n. (Drama) A written monologue or part of a scene to be read by an actor at an audition.
  • side n. (LGBT, slang) A man who prefers not to engage in anal sex during same-sex sexual activity.
  • side n. (Mathematics, obsolete) A root.
  • side adj. Being on the left or right, or toward the left or right; lateral.
  • side adj. Indirect; oblique; incidental.
  • side v. (Intransitive) To ally oneself, be in an alliance, usually with "with" or rarely "in with".
  • side v. To lean on one side.
  • side v. (Transitive, obsolete) To be or stand at the side of; to be on the side toward.
  • side v. (Transitive, obsolete) To suit; to pair; to match.
  • side v. (Transitive, shipbuilding) To work (a timber or rib) to a certain thickness by trimming the sides.
  • side v. (Transitive) To furnish with a siding.
  • side v. (Transitive, cooking) To provide with, as a side or accompaniment.
  • side adj. (UK archaic, dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) Wide; large; long, pendulous, hanging low, trailing; far-reaching.
  • side adj. (Scotland) Far; distant.
  • side adv. (UK dialectal) Widely; wide; far.
  • side v. To clear, tidy or sort.
  • Side prop.n. (Geography, historical) An ancient city on a small peninsula on the Mediterranean coast of Anatolia…
  • Side prop.n. (Geography) Its ruins, located beside the village of Selimiye in Turkey’s Antalya province.
  • -side suff. Forms adjectives describing position next to or alongside an object.
  • -side suff. Forms adjectives and adverbs describing position in relation to a dividing line or other separation.
  • -side suff. Forms nouns describing the area alongside or around an object.
  • -side suff. (Chiefly UK) Forms proper nouns naming the conurbation around a river.
— Foreign words, define in English —
  • Danish - West frisian
  • Estonian
    • side n. Bond, binding.
    • side n. Relationship, tie.
    • side n. Communication (especially one achieved through technology).
    • side n. Signal (especially in radio).
    • side n. Communications (as a field).
    • side n. (Colloquial) post office.
  • Estonian - Finnish
  • Finnish
    • side n. Bond.
    • side n. Sanitary towel.
    • side n. (Anatomy) ligament.
  • Mandarin
    • sìde rom. Hanyu Pinyin reading of 似的.
    • sīdé rom. Hanyu Pinyin reading of 私德.
  • Manx
    • side n. Arrow, bolt, shaft.
  • Middle english
    • side n. Alternative form of seed (“seed”).
  • Middle english - Norwegian bokmål - Old english - West frisian
  • Middle irish
    • side n. Fairy hill or mound.
  • Norwegian bokmål
    • side n. (Of a case) aspect.
    • side n. (On animal) flank.
  • Norwegian bokmål - Norwegian nynorsk
    • side n. A page (e.g. in a book).
  • Norwegian nynorsk
    • side n. A side (various, though not all senses).
    • side adj. Definite singular of sid.
    • side adj. Plural of sid.
  • Old english
  • Old irish
    • side pron. Inflection of suide…
  • Scottish gaelic
  • Serbo-croatian
    • siđe v. Third-person singular present of sići, second/third-person singular aorist past of sići.
  • Ternate
    • side n. A sail.
    • side v. (Intransitive) to sail.
— English words, defined in German —
  • side S. Seite eines Objektes.
  • side S. Hang (eines Hügels).
— English word, defined in Dutch —
  • side n. Kant, zijde.
— English words, defined in French —
  • side adj. De côté, accessoire.
  • side n. Côté.
  • side n. Face.
  • side n. Page.
  • side n. Équipe.
  • side v. Être du côté de (quelqu’un).
— English words, defined in Spanish —
  • side s. Lado.
  • side s. Cara, faz, faceta.
  • side s. Costado.
  • side s. Parte, bando, facción.
  • side s. Ladera.
  • side s. Apecto, punto de vista.
  • side s. Página, carilla.
  • side s. Equipo deportivo.
  • side s. Deporte (billar). Efecto.
  • side s. Gastronomía. Acompañamiento, guarnición.
  • side adj. Secundario, colateral.
  • side v. Alinearse, tomar partido.
  • side v. Estar junto a algo.
  • side v. Colocar lados o laterales.
— English word, defined in Portuguese —
  • side s. Lado.
— English words, defined in Italian —
  • side s. (Matematica) (geometria) lato.
  • side s. Faccia di una medaglia.
  • side s. (Araldica) fianco: porzione di uno scudo, larga non più di un sesto del totale, delimitata da una linea…
309 English words from 70 English definitions

accompanies accompaniment achieved activity actor adjectives adverbs A␣flat air all allegiance alliance ally alongside Alternative anal anal␣sex Anatolia Anatomy ancient and animal another Antalya aorist archaic are area areas arms around Arrow as␣opposed␣to aspect audition Australia back Bandage Baseball batters being beside billiards binding bolt Bond book both bottom bounding Britain can case certain channel Chiefly city clear coast colloquial Communication Communications competition competitors concept conflict conurbation cooking course covered currently dancers dated Definite descent describing dialectal dimensional dish distant distinguished dividing dividing␣line Drama during edge engage England english especially etc face faced Fairy far far-reaching field flank flat form Forms from front furnish game Geography group half hanging hanging␣low Hanyu Hanyu␣Pinyin having hill historical human importance incidental Indirect Inflection inning in␣relation␣to instead instead␣of Intransitive Ireland Its jazz large lateral lean lean␣on left LGBT ligament line located long low main main␣course man match Mathematics mean Mediterranean monologue morris morris␣dancers mound music naming next next␣to Northern not nouns object oblique obsolete of␣a office one One␣half oneself one␣side on␣the on␣the␣side opposed other page pair paper parent part particular past pendulous peninsula perform person piece Pinyin pitcher Plural pool portion position possible post post␣office prefers present proper proper␣nouns provide province radio raised rarely reaching read reading record recorded region relation Relationship respect rib right river root ruins sail same same␣sex Sanitary Sanitary␣towel scene Scotland second seed self self-importance senses separation set sex sexual shaft shape sheet sheet␣of␣paper shipbuilding sic sid side side␣dish sides Sidespin siding Signal Silk singular slang small snooker someone something sort specified sports stand straight straight␣edge suit surface surfaces team technology television television␣channel that the the␣one they thickness thing third third␣person third-person␣singular though three three-dimensional through tidy tie timber together top torso to␣the toward towel traced trailing Transitive trimming Turkey two two-dimensional uncountable unjustified Used usually various village Weather when which who wide Widely with with␣respect with␣respect␣to work written

18 English words from 27 foreign definitions

algo bando Cara del Équipe Face Hang junto Kant Ladera linea non Page Parte partido punto scudo vista

1 foreign word from 70 English definitions


45 foreign words from 27 foreign definitions

accessoire Acompañamiento Alinearse Araldica billar Colocar Costado côté delimitata Deporte deportivo Efecto eines Equipo Estar Être Faccia facción faceta faz fianco Gastronomía geometria guarnición Hügels Lado lados larga laterales lato Matematica medaglia Objektes Página più porzione punto␣de␣vista Secundario Seite sesto tomar totale una uno zijde

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

Side␣A Side␣B sided sider sides 'sides Side␣X sidey Sidey sideal Sidell sidely sidero- siders sidearm side␣arm sideart sidebag side␣bag sidebar side␣bet sidebox sideboy sidecap side␣cap sidecar sidecut side-eye side␣eye Sidells sidelot sideman sidemen Sidener side␣out sidepod side␣pot sideral Siderio Sideris Sidetan sideway sideache sidearms side␣arms sidebags side␣bags sideband sidebang sidebars +571 words

1247 times in the middle (New words found by adding letters in front and at the end of the word.)

asides A-sides B-sider B-sides absides apsides besides B-siders cesides insider insides onsides resided resider resides unsided upsides airsides Assidean assident bedsides biosides buy␣sides cabsides caesides consider daysides depsides farsides Garsides Hasidean insidely inside␣of insiders insidery lapsided leesides lobsided lopsided lop-sided low-sided lowsides low␣sides offsider offsides off␣sides onesided one-sided outsided outsider +1197 words

1387 prefixes (New words found by adding one or more letters in front of the word.)

aside A-side B-side apside Ayside beside ceside enside inside no␣side onside on-side on␣side reside upside airside Arnside barside bayside Bebside bedside bioside Bogside bowside buy␣side cabside caeside carside damside dayside Deeside depside dryside farside Garside labside leeside legside leg␣side lowside low␣side obeside offside off-side off␣side one␣side Ormside outside Outside preside +1337 words

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

ide Ide IDE -ide sid Sid SID sid'

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

dis dIs Dis DIs DIS 'dis dis- EDI Edis

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

deis desi Desi dies Dies Dise Edis eids Eids EIDs ESDI ides Ides IDEs IEDs SEID sied

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

aides aside A-side Bedis bides B-side cedis daies Daise deies deism Deism Deiss deist Deist deïst delis demis denis Denis Desai deshi desid Desir desis Desis -desis dices Dices diebs Diels Diems Dieps diers diest diets diëts dikes dimes dines Dines diose DIPSe Dises disme dites dives Dives dries ECDIS +69 words

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

DEI des dEs Des DEs DES des- die dis dIs Dis DIs DIS 'dis dis- DSE DSI EDI eds Eds EDs EDS eds. eid Eid EID 'eid 'Eid Eis EIs EIS ESD Esd. ESI ide Ide IDE -ide ids IDs IDS I-Ds I.D.s IED -ied ies -ies ISD Ise ISE -ise I'se SDE SDI sed SED sei sid Sid SID sid' sie -sie

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

aide bide -cide EIDE FIDE hide Lide nide Nide pide ride sade ṣā sede Sibe sice sida SIDD SIDs SIDS sike sile Sile Sime sine SINE sipe Sipe sire sise site siue sixe size tide -tide -uide vide vidê wide -wide

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

ide Ide IDE -ide SDE sid Sid SID sid' sie -sie

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

saide shide Shide sidhe Sidhe sidle Sidle Sinde slide snide spide Suide

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