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— English words —
  • un n. Alternative spelling of ’un.
  • Un prop.n. A surname.
  • UN prop.n. Initialism of United Nations.
  • 'un pron. (Colloquial) One (a thing).
  • 'un pron. (Colloquial, facetious or dialectal, Cornwall) One (a person).
  • un- pref. (Added to adjectives or past participles) not.
  • un- pref. (Added to nouns) absent; lacking; not; negative.
  • un- pref. (Added to nouns) contrary to or contrasted against traditional norms; unconventional; alternative.
  • un- pref. (Added to verbs to form verbs) do the opposite of, reverse (a specified action).
  • un- pref. (Added to nouns to form verbs) deprive of, release from, free from, remove from, extract from.
  • un- pref. (Rare) intensifying a verb that already suggests opposition or removal.
  • un- pref. Used to form temporary names of elements (such as unbiunium) whose existence has been predicted, and…
  • un- pref. Used to form large numbers as the first in the sequence.
  • -un- aff. (Chemistry) Used in the theoretical systematic names of undiscovered chemical elements, standing for…
  • U.N. prop.n. Alternative spelling of UN.
— International convention —
  • UN sym. (International standards) Exceptionally reserved ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code for United Nations.
  • μN sym. (Metrology) Symbol for micronewton, an SI unit of force equal to 10-6 newtons.
— Foreign words, define in English —
  • Ainu
    • un= pron. (Exclusive) us (first-person plural object pronoun).
  • Ancient greek
    • μή part. Not (used in clauses expressing will or thought).
    • μή part. (In warnings or statements of fear).
  • Aragonese - Asturian - Fala - Friulian - Galician - Ido - Interlingua - Ligurian - Louisiana creole - Manx - Middle french - Middle welsh - Occitan - Old french - Piedmontese - Romagnol
    • un num. One.
  • Aromanian
    • un art. (Indefinite article) a, an.
  • Asturian
    • ún pron. One (impersonal pronoun).
  • Azerbaijani
    • ün n. (Poetic) voice.
  • Azerbaijani - Karakalpak - Salar - Turkish - Turkmen - Uzbek
    • un n. Flour.
  • Binandere - Palikur
    • un n. Water.
  • Breton
    • un art. A/an.
  • Catalan
    • un art. An; the indefinite article.
    • un art. (In the plural) some.
    • un pron. One; indefinite pronoun.
  • Catalan - Welsh
    • un num. (Cardinal number) one.
  • Chamorro
    • un pron. Thou, you (singular).
  • Chamorro - Corsican - Friulian - Louisiana creole - Middle french - Mirandese - Romagnol - Sassarese
    • un art. A, an.
  • Chinese
    • un v. (Hong Kong Cantonese, colloquial) to understand.
  • Chuukese
    • un v. To drink.
    • -un suff. Of.
  • Cimbrian
    • un conj. (Luserna, 7) and.
  • Corsican
    • ùn adv. Not.
    • un' art. (Before a vowel) Apocopic form of una.
  • Dongxiang
    • un n. Alternative form of uwun (“winter”).
  • Drehu
    • un n. Snake.
  • Dutch low saxon - German low german - Hunsrik - Pennsylvania german - Saterland frisian
    • un conj. And.
  • Fala
    • un art. Masculine singular indefinite article; a.
  • Finnish
    • -un suff. Suffix variant for the illative singular: see -Vn.
  • Friulian
    • un pron. One.
  • Friulian - Ladin
    • un adj. One.
  • Galician
    • un art. (Indefinite) a, one.
  • Garifuna
  • Gothic
    • un- rom. Romanization of 𐌿𐌽-.
  • Greek
  • Guinea-bissau creole - Kabuverdianu - Papiamentu
    • un num. One (1).
  • Guinea-bissau creole - Kabuverdianu - Papiamentu - Romanian
    • un art. A, an (indefinite article).
  • Gun
    • un pron. I (first-person singular subject pronoun).
  • Hungarian
    • un v. (Transitive) to be bored of, to be fed up with, to be tired of.
    • ún. adj. Abbreviation of úgynevezett (“so-called”).
  • Icelandic
    • -un suff. Forms nouns from verbs (generally class 4 weak verbs) denoting the action or state described by the verb.
  • Indonesian
    • UN n. (Education) Initialism of ujian nasional.
    • UN n. (Education) Initialism of ujian negara.
  • Interlingua
    • un art. An, a.
  • Irish
    • 'un prep. Contraction of chun.
  • Japanese
    • un rom. Rōmaji transcription of うん.
    • ūn rom. Rōmaji transcription of ううん.
  • Kaingang
    • ũn pron. The one who.
    • ũn pron. The ones who.
  • Ladin
    • un n. One.
  • Ladino
    • un art. A (masculine singular).
  • Latvian
    • un conj. Additive conjunction used to link similar terms in a clause; and.
    • un conj. Used to link clauses within a sentence; and.
    • un conj. Used to link two independent clauses, indicating simultaneity, sequence, contrast, opposition, or comparison…
    • un conj. Used to introduce an independent clause, linking it to the preceding context.
  • Ligurian
    • un n. The number one.
    • un art. A, an (male).
    • un pron. Someone, a person.
  • Livonian
    • un interj. And.
  • Luxembourgish
    • un prep. On; at; to.
    • un- pref. Prefixed form of un (“at, on”).
  • Manx
    • un- pref. Uni-, mono-, one.
  • Ngarrindjeri
    • -un suff. Suffix denoting present tense.
  • Norman
    • un art. A / an (masculine indefinite article).
    • un num. (Jersey) one.
  • Occitan
    • un art. A, an (masculine singular indefinite article).
  • Old armenian
    • ևղ n. Alternative form of իւղ.
  • Old english
    • un- pref. Negation or absence of: un-, non- (added to nouns and adjectives).
    • un- pref. Bad (added to nouns to denote a pejorative sense; compare mis-, mal-).
    • un- pref. Forms verbs from verbs, with an opposite or reversive sense.
  • Old french
    • un art. A, an (masculine oblique singular indefinite article).
    • un art. A, an (masculine nominative plural indefinite article).
  • Old high german
    • un- pref. Un-; prefix of negation, absence or contrariness.
  • Old norse
    • -un suff. (Deverbative suffix) Used to derive nouns from class 2 weak verbs.
  • Old portuguese
    • un art. Alternative form of ũu.
  • Polish
    • cont. Contraction of u niego.
    • -un suff. Forms masculine nouns.
  • Romanian
    • -un- aff. (Chemistry) -un-.
  • Romansch
    • ün art. (Puter, Vallader) a, an.
    • ün num. (Puter, Vallader) one.
  • Serbo-croatian
    • un num. (Chakavian) one (1).
    • -un- interf. (Chemistry) -un-.
  • Sicilian
    • un art. (Indefinite) a, an.
  • Slovene
    • un det. (Regional) that.
  • Sumerian
    • un rom. Romanization of 𒌦 (un).
  • Tagalog
    • un pron. (Colloquial, text messaging, slang) Alternative form of iyon.
  • Tatar
    • un num. Ten.
  • Turkish
    • ün n. Reputation, fame.
    • ün n. (Somewhat dated) voice, sound.
    • Ün prop.n. A male given name.
    • -un suff. An epenthetic variant of -n, agglutinated after a syllable which ends in a consonant and contains a…
    • -un suff. Variant of -nun, agglutinated after a syllable which ends in a consonant and contains a rounded back vowel.
    • -ün suff. Second-person singular possessive suffix denoting singular possession in words ending in a consonant.
    • -ün suff. Genitive case suffix for the nouns which end in a consonant.
  • Venetian
    • un art. Masculine singular indefinite article; a, an.
  • Vietnamese
    • ùn v. To pile up; to heap up; to accumulate.
  • Volapük
    • -ün suff. Used to form the superlative form of adjectives.
  • Welsh
    • un adj. Only, sole.
    • un n. One, individual.
    • un n. Each (by extension of ’one’).
  • West frisian
    • ûn- pref. Used to form nouns denoting a lack of the prefixed noun; un-.
    • ûn- pref. Used to form adjectives meaning the lack of the characteristic of the suffixed adjective; un-.
  • Yoruba
    • un pron. Him, her, it (third-person singular non-honorific object pronoun following a monosyllabic verb with a high-tone /ũ/).
    • un pron. Him, her, it (third-person singular non-honorific object pronoun following a monosyllabic verb with…
— English word, defined in German —
  • UN Abk. United Nations (Vereinten Nationen).
— English words, defined in French —
  • UN n.prop. ONU.
  • un- préf. Préfixe marquant l’opposé du mot préfixé : in-.
— English word, defined in Spanish —
  • un- pref. Se usa para formar los opuestos de algunas palabras: "in-", "im-", "i-".
— English word, defined in Portuguese —
  • UN sig. ONU.
— English word, defined in Italian —
  • UN acro. United Nations.
— In German —
  • UN Abk. Abkürzung für englisch United Nations, kurz für United…
  • un- Präf. In Zusammensetzungen, bei Adjektiven und adjektivisch…
  • un- Präf. In Zusammensetzungen, bei Substantiven: Negation, etwas…
  • un- Präf. In Zusammensetzungen, bei Substantiven als Augmentativpräfix…
  • un- Präf. In Zusammensetzungen, bei Substantiven: ungünstig und negativ belegt.
— In French —
  • un adj. (Antéposé) Marque l’unité, le fait qu’une personne ou une…
  • un adj. (Familier) S’emploie familièrement pour indiquer un très…
  • un adj. (Postposé) Ordinal pour premier.
  • un adj. Qui est seul, unique, qui n’admet point de pluralité.
  • un adj. Où règne l’unité, dont les parties sont liées entre elles…
  • un art. Déterminant placé devant un nom représentant un objet animé…
  • un art. Tout.
  • un art. Devant un nom propre, sert à annoncer qu’on désignera un…
  • un pron. Une personne ou une chose parmi plusieurs autres.
  • un n.m. Le nombre 1.
  • un n.m. Chiffre utilisé dans la numérotation décimale écrit 1.
  • un n.m. (Par métonymie) Une chose portant le numéro 1.
  • un- préf. (Chimie) Préfixe représentant le chiffre 1 lors de la…
— In Spanish —
  • un art. Artículo indeterminado masculino singular.
  • un adj. Apócope de uno.
  • un adj. Algún (apócope de alguno, indicando indeterminación).
— In Italian —
  • un art. Articolo indeterminativo: indica una persona, un animale…
  • un art. Si usa anche per indicare una categoria o una specie.
  • un art. Si usa anche per indicare un appartenente ad una specie…
  • un art. Si usa anche per indicare una persona, un animale o una…
  • un art. Si usa anche per indicare una persona, un animale o una cosa tra tante.
  • un' art. Forma elisa di una.
292 English words from 120 English definitions

Abbreviation absence absent accumulate action added Additive adjective adjectives after against agglutinated alpha already alternative and Apocopic article back back␣vowel Bad be␣bored been Before bored by␣extension called Cantonese Cardinal Cardinal␣number case Chakavian characteristic chemical chemical␣elements Chemistry class clause clauses code colloquial compare comparison conjunction consonant contains context Contraction contrariness contrary contrary␣to contrast contrasted Cornwall country country␣code dated denote denoting deprive derive described Deverbative dialectal drink Each Education elements end end␣in ending ending␣in ends ends␣in epenthetic equal Exceptionally Exclusive existence expressing extension extract facetious fame fear fed fed␣up first first␣person first-person␣plural first-person␣singular Flour following for force form Forms free from generally Genitive Genitive␣case given given␣name has heap heap␣up her high Him Hong Hong␣Kong honorific illative impersonal indefinite indefinite␣article indefinite␣pronoun independent independent␣clause independent␣clauses indicating individual Initialism intensifying International introduce ISO Jersey Kong lack lacking large link linking Luserna mal- male masculine meaning messaging Metrology mis- mono- monosyllabic name names Nations negara negation negative newtons nominative non- norms not noun nouns number number␣one numbers nun object object␣pronoun oblique one ones Only opposite opposition participles past past␣participles pejorative person pile pile␣up plural Poetic possession possessive possessive␣suffix preceding predicted prefix prefixed present present␣tense pronoun Puter Rare Regional release removal remove Reputation reserved reverse reversive Rōmaji Romanization rounded Second Second␣person Second-person␣singular see sense sentence sequence similar simultaneity singular slang Snake so-called sole some Someone Somewhat sound specified spelling standards standing standing␣for state statements subject subject␣pronoun such such␣as suffix suffixed suggests superlative surname syllable Symbol systematic systematic␣names temporary Ten tense terms text text␣messaging that the The␣one The␣ones theoretical thing third third␣person third-person␣singular Thou thought tired tone to␣the traditional transcription Transitive two unbiunium unconventional understand undiscovered Uni- unit United United␣Nations used used␣to variant verb verbs voice vowel warnings Water weak weak␣verbs which who whose will winter with within words you

39 English words from 33 foreign definitions

als animé categoria chiffre chose dans dont entre est fait indica les Marque mot Nations Negation nom objet ONU Ordinal palabras Par para parties per persona point pour premier propre singular specie tante Tout tra und unique United United␣Nations

6 foreign words from 120 English definitions

has␣been micronewton mis niego una Vallader

85 foreign words from 33 foreign definitions

Abkürzung Adjektiven adjektivisch admet Algún algunas alguno anche animale annoncer Antéposé apócope appartenente Articolo Artículo Artículo␣indeterminado autres bei belegt Chimie cosa décimale de␣la désignera Déterminant devant écrit elisa elles emploie englisch etwas Familier familièrement Forma Forma␣elisa formar für indeterminación indeterminado indicando indicare indiquer kurz liées lors lors␣de los marquant masculino métonymie Nationen negativ nombre nom␣propre numéro numérotation opposé opuestos parmi personne placé pluralité plusieurs portant Postposé préfixé qui règne représentant sert seul sont Substantiven très una une ungünstig unité uno usa utilisé Vereinten Vereinten␣Nationen Zusammensetzungen

25078 suffixes (New words found by adding one or more letters at the end of the word.)

Una UNA unc UNC und unf Ung UNG unh uni uni- unk. Uno UNO uns UNS 'uns UN*X Unac unai unal Unas UNAs unau unca unce UNCF unch unch. unci unco uncs unct un UNDG UNDM undo UNDP unds undy Undy UNEP unga UNGA ungh Ungs Unif. unio UNIP unis +25028 words

31171 times in the middle (New words found by adding letters in front and at the end of the word.)

aune Aung aunt Buna bund Bund bung bunk Bunk bunn Bunn BuNo buns Buns bunt Bunt Cuna cund Cung cuns cunt cuny Cuny CUNY Duna Düna Dunc Dund dune Düne dung Dung dunk Dunk Dunn duns Duns DUNs dunt dun't duny Euna func fund fung Fung -fung- Funj funk funs +31121 words

1010 prefixes (New words found by adding one or more letters in front of the word.)

bun Bun BUN cun dun Dun DUN fun gun Gun hun Hun jun Jun Jun. kun Kun -kun lun LUN mun Mun MUN Mun. nun Nun Nun. !'O!uŋ pun Pun run sun Sun Sun. tun Tun xun Yun zun abun Abun ahun Alun Amun Aoun Arun asun Baun boun Byun +960 words

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

nu Nu NU

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

Anu ANU añu bun Bun BUN cun DNU dun Dun DUN FNU fun gnu GNU gun Gun hun Hun jun Jun Jun. kun Kun -kun LNU lun LUN mun Mun MUN Mun. nau Nau neu Neu NEU NFU Ngu Niu NLU nmu nou NPU NTU nub nuc NUC nug nuh +53 words

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

an An AN -an an' an- A/N a(n) bn Bn BN bn. Bn. B.N. CN c'n C/N d—n en En EN -en en- fn Fn FN f.n. gn GN HN Hn. in IN -in i'n in- in. -in' Jn ln LN ln. l.n. mn Mn MN nn Nn NN nn. N.N. on ON -on on- ON. pn PN P/N rn RN R.N. sn Sn SN S/N tn Tn TN uA UA U/A UB uc uC UC μC u/c U&C UD 'ud u'd UE ug Ug UG uh UI /uj uK UK U.K. ul Ul UL um UM 'um -um um- (+40 words)

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


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