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— English words —
  • sin n. (Theology) A violation of God’s will or religious law.
  • sin n. Sinfulness, depravity, iniquity.
  • sin n. A misdeed or wrong.
  • sin n. A sin offering; a sacrifice for sin.
  • sin n. An embodiment of sin; a very wicked person.
  • sin n. A flaw or mistake.
  • sin v. (Intransitive, theology) To commit a sin.
  • sin n. A letter of the Hebrew alphabet; שׂ.
  • sin n. A letter of the Arabic alphabet; س.
  • sin n. Alternative form of sinh (“tube skirt”).
  • Sin prop.n. (Akkadian, Assyrian and Babylonian mythology) The god of the moon.
  • SIN prop.n. Abbreviation of Sinaloa, A state of Mexico.
  • SIN n. (Canada) Initialism of social insurance number, an identification number issued by the government of Canada.
— International convention —
  • sin sym. (Mathematics) The trigonometric function sine.
  • sin sym. (International standards) ISO 639-2 & ISO 639-3 language code for Sinhala.
  • SIN prop.n. (Sports) Abbreviation of Singapore.
— Foreign words, define in English —
  • Afar
    • sin pron. Ye, you.
    • sin det. Your (second person plural).
  • Afrikaans
    • sin n. Meaning, sense.
    • sin n. Sentence.
    • sin n. Sense (means of perceiving reality).
    • sin n. Sense, comprehension.
    • sin n. Desire.
    • sin part. Misspelling of s’n.
  • Aromanian
  • Asturian
    • sin prep. Alternative form of ensin.
  • Azerbaijani
    • şin n. Shin (the letter).
  • Azerbaijani - Turkmen
  • Breton - Cornish
  • Cebuano
    • sin n. Zinc.
    • sin n. Galvanized iron sheet.
  • Crimean tatar
    • şıñ n. (Northern Crimea) ditty.
  • Czech
  • Danish
    • sin pron. (Reflexive possessive) third-person sg pronoun, meaning his/her/its (own).
  • Eastern maninkakan
    • sín n. Breast.
    • sín v. To face, be opposite.
  • Esperanto
    • sin pron. Accusativeof si.
    • ŝin pron. Her.
  • Faroese
    • sín pron. Reflexive pronoun, genitive third-person of seg.
    • sín pron. His, her, its, their; the third person possessive pronoun.
  • Finnish
    • šin n. Shin (twenty-first letter of the Hebrew and Phoenician scripts and the Northwest Semitic abjad).
    • -sin suff. Forms certain nouns, particularly those describing tools or implements.
  • Fon - Gun - Menien
  • Gun
    • sin part. Comes after a noun to indicate that this noun possesses that which follows, much like English ’s.
  • Hausa
    • sin n. Sin (letter of the Arabic alphabet).
    • Sin prop.n. China (a country in Asia).
  • Hungarian
    • sín n. Rail.
    • sín n. Superessive singular of sí.
  • Hunsrik
    • sin v. (Auxiliary) forms the perfect tense of most intransitive verbs.
  • Hunsrik - Middle low german
  • Icelandic
    • sin n. Sinew, tendon.
    • sín pron. Genitive of sig.
    • sín det. Feminine nominative singular of sinn, neuter nominative plural of sinn, neuter accusative plural of sinn.
  • Irish
    • sín v. To stretch, extend.
    • sín v. To pass (transfer from one person to another, hand over).
    • sín v. To lengthen.
    • sín n. Sign.
    • sín n. (Archaic, dialectal) dative singular of síon.
    • Sín prop.n. China.
    • sin- pref. Syn-.
    • Sín- pref. Sino-.
  • Irish - Middle irish - Scottish gaelic
    • sin det. (Used with the definite article) that.
    • sin pron. That.
  • Iu mien
  • Kabyle
  • Kalasha
    • ṣiŋ n. Horn (of an animal).
  • Ladino - Old spanish
    • sin prep. Without.
  • Livonian
    • sin pron. Genitive singular of sinā.
  • Middle dutch
    • sin n. Direction.
    • sin n. Attention.
    • sin n. Sense, intellect, reason.
    • sin n. Feeling, emotion.
    • sin n. Sense, perception.
    • sin n. Meaning.
  • Middle english
    • sin conj. Alternative form of sithen.
    • sin n. Alternative form of synne.
  • Middle high german
    • sin v. To be, become.
    • sin det. Its.
    • sin det. One’s.
  • Middle high german - Saterland frisian
  • Middle low german
    • sin pron. (Personal pronoun, third person, in the singular, masculine, genitive) of his.
    • sin pron. (Personal pronoun, third person, in the singular, neuter, genitive) of it.
    • sin pron. (Possessive, third person, in the singular, masculine) his.
    • sin pron. (Possessive, third person, neuter, masculine) its.
  • Miskito
    • sin adv. Also, too.
  • Navajo
  • North frisian
    • sin pron. Inflected form of san.
    • sin pron. Its.
  • Northern kurdish
  • Northern sami
    • sin pron. Accusative/genitive of sii.
  • Norwegian bokmål
    • sin det. (Reflexive) her / his / its / their.
  • Norwegian bokmål - Norwegian nynorsk
    • sin det. Indicating possession; ’s, of.
  • Norwegian nynorsk
    • sin det. (Reflexive) her/his/its/their.
  • Nzadi
  • Old dutch
    • sin det. His, its, hers.
  • Old english
    • sin pron. (Rare, chiefly dialectal, reflexive possessive pronoun) his; her; its; their.
    • sin- pref. Ever-, continual, perpetual.
    • sin- pref. (Poetic) huge, immense; very.
  • Old high german
  • Old high german - Old saxon
    • sin- pref. Ever-, eternal-.
  • Old irish
    • sin det. That, those (used after the noun, which is preceded by the definite article).
    • sin pron. That (as a direct object, used together with a clitic pronoun).
    • sín n. Weather.
  • Old norse
    • sin n. Cord, tendon, sinew; nerve.
    • sín det. Feminine nominative singular of sínn, neuter nominative/accusative plural of sínn.
  • Old saxon
    • sin det. (Dialectal, reflexive possessive pronoun) his, its.
    • sin v. To be (more at wesan).
  • Picard
    • sin pron. His, hers or its.
  • Romanian
    • sin n. (Dated, regional) son of (in patronymics).
    • și-n cont. Contraction of și + în.
  • Scottish gaelic
  • Serbo-croatian
    • sin n. Sin (letter of various Semitic abjads).
  • Serbo-croatian - Slovene
  • Swedish
    • sin n. Dryness, the state of having run dry.
    • sin pron. His (own), her (own), its (own), their (own). (Reflexive possessive third person pronoun).
  • Tagalog
    • Sin prop.n. A surname from Min Nan, most associated with former Archbishop of Manila, Jaime Sin.
  • Tatar
    • sin pron. You (singular), thou.
    • sın n. Idol.
  • Tocharian a - Tocharian b
    • si-n- v. To despair, be depressed.
  • Turkish
    • sin n. (Dated) grave, burial place.
    • sin n. Letter of the Arabic alphabet: س.
    • şın n. Letter of the Arabic alphabet: ش.
    • -sin suff. Suffix of verb "to be" for subject "you" (informal).
    • -sin suff. Suffix forming third-person singular imperative.
    • -sın suff. Suffix of verb "to be" for subject "you" (informal).
  • Vietnamese
    • sin n. (Trigonometry) sine.
  • Welsh
    • sin n. Scene (social environment).
    • sin n. (Trigonometry, mathematics) sine.
    • sin n. (Obsolete) sign.
    • sin n. (Obsolete) symbol.
    • sin n. (Obsolete) emblem.
    • sîn n. Misspelling of sin (“scene”).
  • West frisian
    • sin n. Sentence (syntactic unit containing a subject and a predicate).
    • sin n. Sense (means of experiencing the external world).
    • sin n. Meaning, sense, significance.
    • sin n. Mood.
    • sin n. Opinion, view.
  • Yakan
  • Yoruba
    • sin v. (Transitive) to worship a deity; to revere.
    • sin v. (Transitive) to serve.
    • sin v. (Transitive) to domesticate an animal or plant.
    • sin v. (Transitive) to give a girl away in marriage.
    • sin v. (Transitive) to accompany or escort someone; to keep company of someone; to guide.
    • sin v. (Transitive) to serve, to work for someone.
    • sin v. (Transitive) to demand something from someone to recover it.
    • sin v. (Transitive) to bury in soil.
    • sin v. (Transitive) to lie hidden, to remain secret.
    • sin v. (Transitive, usually with gbẹ́rẹ́) to incise the body (usually in the process of traditional rituals).
    • sin v. (Intransitive) to sneeze.
    • sin v. (Intransitive) to string or piece things together.
    • sin v. (Intransitive) to crack a nut (to reach the inner seed or kernel).
  • Zaiwa
  • Zhuang
    • sin n. The eighth of the ten heavenly stems.
  • ǃkung
— English words, defined in German —
  • sin S. Religion: Sünde.
  • sin V. Religion: sündigen.
— English words, defined in Dutch —
  • sin n. Zonde.
  • sin w. Zondigen.
— English words, defined in French —
  • sin n. Péché, faute.
  • sin v. Pécher, commettre une faute.
— English word, defined in Spanish —
  • sin s. Pecado.
— English words, defined in Portuguese —
  • sin s. Pecado.
  • sin v. Pecar.
— English word, defined in Italian —
  • sin s. Peccato.
— In German —
  • sin Abk. Mathematik: Sinus.
— In French —
  • sin n.m. Variante de chine (vingt-et-unième lettre de l’alphabet…
  • sīn n.m. Nom de la douzième lettre de l’alphabet arabe : (\s\ Isolée…
  • šīn n.m. Nom de la treizième lettre de l’alphabet arabe (\ʃ\ Isolée…
— In Spanish —
  • sin prep. Indica la ausencia, carencia o falta de algo.
  • sin prep. Indica exclusión.
  • sin prep. Indica negación delante de un verbo en infinitivo, equivalente…
  • sin- pref. Indica unión.
— In Portuguese —
  • sin- pref. Igual.
  • sin- pref. Recíproco, mútuo.
344 English words from 158 English definitions

Abbreviation abjad abjads accompany accusative after Akkadian alphabet Also Alternative amp and animal another Arabic Arabic␣alphabet Archaic Archbishop article Asia associated Assyrian Attention Auxiliary away Babylonian become Blue body Breast burial bury Canada certain chiefly China clitic code Comes Comes␣after commit company comprehension containing continual Contraction Cord country crack Crimea Dated dative definite definite␣article deity demand depravity depressed describing Desire despair dialectal direct Direction direct␣object ditty domesticate dry Dryness eighth emblem embodiment emotion English environment escort eternal Ever experiencing extend external external␣world face Feeling Feminine first flaw follows for form former forming forms for␣someone from function Galvanized genitive girl give god government grave guide Hall hand hand␣over having heavenly heavenly␣stems Hebrew her hers hidden his Horn huge identification Idol immense imperative implements incise indicate Indicating Inflected informal iniquity Initialism inner insurance intellect Intention International in␣the␣process in␣the␣process␣of intransitive intransitive␣verbs iron ISO issued its Jaime keep keep␣company kernel language language␣code law lengthen letter lie like Louse Manila marriage masculine mathematics meaning means Mexico Min Mind Min␣Nan misdeed Misspelling mistake Money Mood moon more most much mythology Nan nerve Net neuter nominative Northern Northwest noun nouns number nut object Obsolete of␣an offering one Opinion opposite over own particularly pass patronymics perceiving perception perfect perfect␣tense perpetual person Personal Personal␣pronoun Phoenician piece place plant plural Poetic possesses possession possessive possessive␣pronoun preceded predicate process pronoun Rail Rare reach reality reason recover reflexive reflexive␣possessive Reflexive␣pronoun regional religious remain revere rituals run run␣dry sacrifice san scene scripts second second␣person secret See seed seg Semitic sense Sentence serve sheet Shin sig sign significance sin Sinaloa sine sinew Sinfulness Singapore singular sinh Sinhala Sino- sithen skirt sneeze social social␣insurance social␣insurance␣number soil someone something son Song Spirit Sports standards state stems stretch string subject Suffix Superessive surname symbol Syn- synne syntactic ten tendon tense that the their theology things third third␣person third-person␣singular this those thou Thought tire together together␣with too tools traditional transfer Transitive trigonometric trigonometric␣function Trigonometry tube twenty twenty-first Two Tyre unit used usually various verb verbs very view violation Water Weather which wicked will with Without work world worship wrong you Your Zinc

8 English words from 20 foreign definitions

algo alphabet chine Indica lettre Nom Religion Sinus

4 foreign words from 158 English definitions

sii sina sinn Sino

36 foreign words from 20 foreign definitions

alphabet␣arabe arabe ausencia carencia commettre de␣la delante douzième equivalente exclusión falta faute Igual infinitivo Isolée Mathematik mútuo negación Pecado Pecar Peccato Péché Pécher Recíproco Sünde sündigen treizième une unième unión Variante verbo vingt vingt␣et␣unième Zonde Zondigen

1177 suffixes (New words found by adding one or more letters at the end of the word.)

Sina sinc Sind sine SINE sing Sing sing. Sing. s****ing sinh Sini Sinj sink Sink sino- Sino- sins Sint Sinai Sinay since sinch Sinde Sindh Sindi Sindt Sindy Siner sines SINEs sinew singe Singh sings Sinha sinhs Sinic sinik Sinim Sinke Sinko sinks Sinks sinkt sinky Sinla sinne sinny Sinop +1127 words

8080 times in the middle (New words found by adding letters in front and at the end of the word.)

asine ASINs BSing b******sing FSing isint Osino OSINT tsine U.S.␣Inc using aksing arsine arsing arsinh asines Atsina basing basins BBSing besing bosino busine busing casing casini casino cesing cosine cosing dosing DoSing easing elsins eosine eosins epsins Ersine essing FISINT -fosine fusing Fusing gising GPSing hosing Hsinwu Hsinyi Isinya Jusino +8030 words

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

ASIN as␣in ISIN -osin Tsin as␣sin basin Basin Cosin elsin eosin epsin Jasin losin' lysin misin nisin opsin resin rosin Rosin sasin unsin ursin Ursin Ya-Sin amusin' arcsin asks␣in -azosin Bassin bats␣in bawsin beds␣in Bhasin bogs␣in bussin bussin' buys␣in Cassin chasin' closin' coosin cousin Cousin cursin' cussin' cuts␣in damsin Dassin +907 words

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

nis NIS Niš

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

ins Ins INS in's ins. Ins. nis NIS Niš NSI

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

anis Anis ANSI ASIN as␣in bins Bins CINs dins Dins DNIs EINs ensi fins FINs gins Gins hins Hins hisn his'n IDNs IGNs INDs ings Ings inks INMs inns INNs Insp INSs inst inst. Inst. ions Ions Isan ISBN ISDN ISIN ISNA ison Ison ISSN jins JNIs JSNI kins -kins k'ins +93 words

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

in IN -in i'n in- in. -in' is Is IS I$ 'is i's is- is. I's ni Ni NI N.I. ns Ns NS 'ns n's N's N/S n.s. N.S. N.␣S. si Si SI Si. S.I. S.␣I. sn Sn SN S/N

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

Ain AIN ain' bin Bin bin- CIN -cin din Din EIN -ein fin Fin FIN fin. Fin. f***in' gin Gin hin Hin jin Jin kin Kin -kin k'in -kin- lin Lin -lin lin. Lin. min Min MIN min. nin Nin NIN pin PIN qin Qin rin san San SAn SAN -san SCN SDN sen Sen SEN Sen. SFN Sia SIA sib SIB sic SIC sid Sid SID sid' sie -sie Sif sig Sig SIG SIJ sil Sil SIL sim Sim SIM sip SIP sir Sir SIR Sir. sis SIs SIS -sis sit Sit SIT Siu SIU SIV six Six Sln. (+32 words)

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

in IN -in i'n in- in. -in' si Si SI Si. S.I. S.␣I. sn Sn SN S/N

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

sain Sain sein shin Shin Sian sien sign sion Sion -sion skin spin sq␣in sq.␣in.

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