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— English words —
  • us pron. (Personal) Me and at least one other person; the objective case of we.
  • us pron. (Commonwealth, colloquial, chiefly with give) Me.
  • us pron. (Northern England) Our.
  • us pron. (Geordie) Me (in all contexts).
  • us det. The speakers/writers, or the speaker/writer and at least one other person.
  • us sym. Alternative spelling of µs: microsecond.
  • us n. (Rare) Alternative form of u’s.
  • Us n. Plural of U.
  • US prop.n. Initialism of United States.
  • US n. (Psychology) Initialism of unconditioned stimulus.
  • US adj. Abbreviation of undersize.
  • US adj. Abbreviation of unserviceable.
  • US prop.n. Initialism of Upper Sorbian.
  • U$ n. (Slang) United States dollar.
  • U$ n. (Title) U$ band.
  • u's n. Plural of u (“the letter u”).
  • u/s adj. Abbreviation of unserviceable; also U/S.
  • u/s n. (Acting) Abbreviation of understudy.
  • u/s n. (Medicine) Abbreviation of ultrasound; also U/S, US.
  • U's n. Plural of U.
  • U's n. Plural of the letter u.
  • U/S adj. Abbreviation of unserviceable; also u/s.
  • U/S n. (Medicine) Abbreviation of ultrasound; also u/s, US.
  • U.S. prop.n. (Chiefly US) Alternative form of US.
  • U.S. adj. Alternative form of US.
  • U.␣S. prop.n. Alternative form of US.
  • U.␣S. adj. Alternative form of US.
— International convention —
  • US sym. (International standards) ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code for United States.
  • sym. (Computing) Used as a visual representation of the control character "unit separator".
  • μs sym. (Metrology) Symbol for microsecond, an SI unit of time equal to 10-6 seconds.
  • μS sym. (Metrology) Symbol for microsiemens, an SI unit of electrical conductance equal to 10-6 siemens.
  • -us suff. (Taxonomy) Used to form taxonomic names.
  • .us n. The ccTLD for United States as assigned by the IANA.
— Foreign words, define in English —
  • Azerbaijani
    • -uş suff. Postconsonantal form of -iş after the vowels O / U.
    • -üş suff. Postconsonantal form of -iş after the vowels Ö / Ü.
  • Catalan
    • us pron. You (plural, direct or indirect object).
    • us pron. Contraction of vos.
    • ús n. Use.
  • Czech
    • -uš n. (Archaic) a suffix which indicates masculine (rarely feminine) gender, now predominantly in homemade name forms.
  • Esperanto
    • -us suff. Ending of the conditional in verbs.
  • Estonian
    • -us suff. Derives nouns from verbs.
    • -us suff. Derives nouns from adjectives.
  • Fala
    • us art. (Lagarteiru, Valverdeñu) Masculine plural definite article; the.
    • us pron. (Lagarteiru, Valverdeñu) Third person plural masculine accusative pronoun; them.
    • us art. (Lagarteiru) Masculine singular indefinite article; some.
  • Finnish
    • -us suff. Forms nouns from verbs, describing an action or event.
    • -us suff. Forms nouns, indicating resemblance or association.
    • -us suff. Short form of the suffix -uus, used where the stem of the root adjective ends in a vowel.
    • us. adv. Abbreviation of usein (“often”).
  • Gothic
    • us rom. Romanization of 𐌿𐍃.
    • us- rom. Romanization of 𐌿𐍃-.
  • Hungarian
    • -us suff. (Diminutive suffix) Added to a proper noun or other nouns to create a diminutive noun.
    • -us suff. A distinguishable foreign word ending in nouns. It cannot be considered as an independent Hungarian suffix.
  • Indonesian
    • U.S. prop.n. Initialism of Uni Soviet.
  • Ingrian
    • -us suff. Forms nouns denoting resemblance.
    • -us suff. Alternative form of -uus.
  • Irish
    • ús n. (Commerce) interest.
  • Kaqchikel
    • üs n. Mosquito.
  • Lithuanian
    • ŪS prop.n. Initialism of Ūkininkų Sąjunga (“Farmer’s Association”).
    • -us suff. Adjectival suffix, applied to verbal and nominal roots to denote a disposal or tendency towards something.
    • -us suff. Masculine nominal singular ending for u-stem nouns and adjectives.
    • -us suff. Used to form accusative plurals of masculine a- and u-stem nouns.
    • -us suff. Used to form accusative plurals of masculine a-stem adjectives.
    • -us suff. Used to form the past adverbial (padalyvis) participle.
  • Livvi
    • -us suff. Used to form action nouns from verbs; -ion.
  • Middle english
    • us pron. First-person plural accusative pronoun: us.
    • us pron. (Reflexive) ourselves.
    • us pron. (Reciprocal) each other.
    • -us suff. Alternative form of -ous.
  • Middle low german
    • us pron. (Personal pronoun, dative, accusative) Alternative form of uns.
    • us pron. (Possesive pronoun) Alternative form of uns.
  • Middle welsh
    • -us suff. -ous, full of, prone to; used to form adjectives from nouns.
  • Norman
    • us n. Door.
  • North frisian
    • üs pron. Us (second personal pronoun plural objective).
    • üs pron. Our, ours (second personal pronoun plural possessive).
  • Northern sami
    • -us suff. Forms nouns from verbs, indicating something that is to have the verb’s action performed on it.
    • -us suff. Forms nouns from verbs, indicating something that results from having the verb’s action performed.
  • O'odham
  • Old english
    • us pron. Accusative/dative of wē: (to) us.
  • Old french
    • us n. Tradition or custom.
    • -us suff. -ous, used for forming adjectives.
  • Old frisian
    • us pron. Accusative/dative of wī.
  • Old irish
    • -us suff. Alternative form of -as.
    • -us suff. Her (object pronoun), it (in reference to a feminine noun).
    • -us suff. Them.
  • Old occitan
    • ·us pron. Enclitic form of vos.
  • Polish
    • -us suff. Derogatory suffix.
    • -us suff. Demonym suffix.
    • -uś suff. Masculine diminutive noun suffix.
  • Romanian
    • interj. Used for chasing away birds.
    • -uș suff. Diminutive suffix (e.g. țigan (“Gypsy”) + -uș → țigănuș (“little Gypsy”)).
  • Salar
  • Serbo-croatian
    • us n. Fishbone.
  • Serbo-croatian - Slovene
  • Turkish
    • us n. Mind.
    • us n. Reason.
    • us n. Intelligence.
    • üs n. Base, foundation.
    • üs n. (Military) base.
    • üs n. (Mathematics) exponent, power.
    • -uş suff. Post-consonantal form of -iş after the vowels O / U.
    • -üş suff. Post-consonantal form of -iş after the vowels Ö / Ü.
  • Tz'utujil
    • us n. Fly (insect).
  • Volapük
    • us adv. There.
  • Welsh
    • -us suff. Adjectival suffix often indicating a characteristic, propensity or abundance.
  • West frisian
    • us pron. Object of wy.
    • ús det. Our (first-person plural possessive determiner).
    • ús det. My (when referring to family members).
    • ús pron. Object of wy.
— English words, defined in German —
  • us Pron. Uns.
  • us Pron. Umgangssprachlich: wir.
  • U.S. Abk. Die Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika.
  • U.S. Abk. Die Vereinigten Staaten betreffend, den Vereinigten Staaten zugehörig.
  • U.S. Abk. Die Bundesebene der (föderal gegliederten) Vereinigten Staaten betreffend, dem Bund zugehörig.
— English word, defined in Dutch —
  • us voorn. Ons.
— English words, defined in French —
  • us pron. Nous.
  • US n.prop. US, États-Unis.
  • US n.prop. (Nom épithète) Des États-Unis. Américain.
  • -us suff. Suffixe des substantifs.
  • u’s n. Pluriel de u.
  • U’s n. Pluriel de U.
— English word, defined in Spanish —
  • us pron. Nosotros.
— English word, defined in Portuguese —
  • us pron. Nos.
— English words, defined in Italian —
  • us pron. Complemento oggetto di we, ci.
  • us pron. Componente di complemento della 1ª persona plurale.
  • US acro. United States : Stati Uniti.
— In German —
  • Us V. Nominativ Plural des Substantivs U.
  • Us V. Genitiv Singular des Substantivs U.
  • Us V. Genitiv Plural des Substantivs U.
  • Us V. Dativ Plural des Substantivs U.
  • Us V. Akkusativ Plural des Substantivs U.
  • US Abk. Ultraschall.
  • US Abk. Unfallschaden.
  • US Abk. Meist in Zusammensetzung: United States.
  • US Abk. Unterhaltssicherung.
  • US Abk. Verhaltensbiologie: unkonditionierter Stimulus.
  • US Abk. Technik: Unterspannung/Unterspannungsentwicklung.
  • US- in Zusammensetzungen mit anderen Wörtern: die USA betreffend…
— In Dutch —
  • u's n. Meervoud van het zelfstandig naamwoord u.
  • U's n. Meervoud van het zelfstandig naamwoord U.
— In French —
  • us n.m. (Jurisprudence) Usages, coutumes, habitudes.
  • Us n.prop.f. (Géographie) Commune française, située dans le département…
  • US adj. (Anglicisme) (Style négligé) Qui se rapporte aux États-Unis.
— In Portuguese —
  • us s. Plural de u.
261 English words from 110 English definitions

Abbreviation abundance accusative Acting action action␣nouns Added Adjectival adjective adjectives adverbial after all alpha also Alternative and applied Archaic article assigned association a-stem at␣least away band base birds cannot case ccTLD character characteristic chasing chiefly code colloquial Commerce Commonwealth Computing conditional conductance considered consonantal contexts Contraction control control␣character country country␣code create custom dative definite definite␣article Demonym denote denoting Derives Derogatory describing determiner diminutive direct disposal distinguishable dollar Door each each␣other electrical electrical␣conductance Enclitic ending ending␣in ends ends␣in England equal event exponent family family␣members Farmer feminine first first␣person first-person␣plural Fishbone fly for foreign form forming forms foundation from full gender Geordie give Gypsy have having Her homemade Hungarian IANA in␣all indefinite indefinite␣article independent indicates indicating indirect indirect␣object Initialism in␣reference␣to insect Intelligence interest International ion ISO least letter little Louse masculine Mathematics Medicine members Metrology microsecond microsiemens Military Mind Mosquito name names nominal Northern noun nouns now nus object objective objective␣case object␣pronoun often one on␣it other Our ours ourselves ous participle past performed person personal personal␣pronoun plural plurals possessive possessive␣determiner Post Postconsonantal power predominantly prone prone␣to pronoun propensity proper proper␣noun Psychology Rare rarely Reason Reciprocal reference referring Reflexive representation resemblance results Romanization root roots second seconds separator Short Short␣form siemens singular Slang some something Sorbian Soviet speaker speakers spelling standards States stem stimulus suffix Symbol taxonomic Taxonomy tendency that that␣is the them There Third Third␣person Three time Title towards Tradition Tree ultrasound unconditioned undersize understudy Uni unit United United␣States uns unserviceable Upper Upper␣Sorbian Use used used␣to u-stem uus verb verbal verbs visual vowel vowels when where which with wood word writer writers You

33 English words from 35 foreign definitions

Amerika aux Bund Commune dans dem den département der des die habitudes het Jurisprudence négligé Nom Nos Nous Ons persona Plural Singular States Stati Stimulus Style Unis United United␣States Uns USA Usages van

1 foreign word from 110 English definitions


53 foreign words from 35 foreign definitions

Akkusativ Américain anderen Anglicisme betreffend Bundesebene complemento Componente coutumes Dativ della épithète États États-Unis föderal française gegliederten Genitiv Géographie Meervoud Meist mit naamwoord Nom␣épithète Nominativ Nosotros oggetto plurale Pluriel Qui rapporte située Staaten Stati␣Uniti substantifs Substantivs Suffixe Technik Ultraschall Umgangssprachlich Unfallschaden Uniti Vereinigten Vereinigten␣Staaten Verhaltensbiologie von wir Wörtern zelfstandig zelfstandig␣naamwoord zugehörig Zusammensetzung Zusammensetzungen

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

USA U.S.A. U.␣S.␣A. USB USC U.S.C. USD us'd use USF ush USH Usk USN USO USP usr USs USS US$ us's U.S.S. ust UST usu Usu usu. USV USW USAC USAF Usan USAN USAR USAs USAT USB-C USBs USCA USCC USCF USCG USCP USCT U.S.C.T. U.␣S.␣C.␣T. USDA USDs used usee +626 words

25396 times in the middle (New words found by adding letters in front and at the end of the word.)

AUSA A.U.S.A. aush Aust Busa bush Bush busk Busk Buso buss Buss bust busy CuSe cush Cush cusk cusp cuss cust Cust Cust. duse dush dusk dust Dust fusa fuse FUSF fuss fust Guse gush gust Gust Gusu HuSA Huse hush husi Husi husk Husk huso huss Hust iust JUSE +25346 words

12635 prefixes (New words found by adding one or more letters in front of the word.)

Aus AUs AU$ a.u.s A.U.'s bus 'bus bus. Bus. cus CUs DUs EUS FUs Gus Hus HUs HUS IUs jus JUs jus' lus Lus LUs mus Mus Mmu's mus' nus NUS ous -ous pus PUs PUS Qus Rus RUS Rus' Rus. R␣Us sus SUs Sus. uus UUs Vus VUs +12585 words

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


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

Asu ASU Aus AUs AU$ a.u.s A.U.'s bus 'bus bus. Bus. CSU cus CUs DSU DUs ESU EUS FUs GSU Gus Hsu H Hus HUs HUS isu ISU IUs jus JUs jus' KSU LSU lus Lus LUs MSU mus Mus Mmu's mus' nus NUS OSU ous -ous psu PSU +139 words

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

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

UAs UAS UBs UBS uCs UCs UCS μCs UDS 'uds ues UEs ugs uhs UHS UIs uls ULs Uls. ums UMs UMS μms uns UNS 'uns U&Os ups UPs UPS μPs urs URs USs USS US$ us's U.S.S. uts UTs uus UUs UWs

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