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Category:Languages of Hawaii
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This is the root topical category for Hawaiian Pidgin words.

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The etymology of Hawaiian Pidgin words and terms.

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akamai
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da kine
p
pilau
w
walaʻau
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hala
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bufo
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da kine
dakine
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da kine
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1 Hawaiian Pidgin
1.1 Alternative forms
1.2 Adjective
1.3 Noun
1.3.1 Usage notes



[edit] Hawaiian Pidgin

[edit] Alternative forms
da'kine
dakine

[edit] Adjective
da kine

good, best

[edit] Noun
da kine

that; it; that thing.

[edit] Usage notes
In Hawaiian pidgin, da kine is used generally to mean almost anything, particularly when referring to a thing whose name is not known or whose name does not come immediately to mind.

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dakine
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[edit] Hawaiian Pidgin

[edit] Noun
dakine

Alternative spelling of da kine.
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bufo
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1 Esperanto
1.1 Etymology
1.2 Noun
2 Hawaiian Pidgin
2.1 Etymology
2.2 Noun
3 Latin
3.1 Noun
3.1.1 Inflection



[edit] Esperanto

[edit] Etymology
From Latin būfo "toad"


[edit] Noun
bufo (plural bufoj, accusative singular bufon, accusative plural bufojn)

toad.

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[edit] Hawaiian Pidgin

[edit] Etymology
From English Bufo marinus, the "cane toad" < Latin būfo "toad"


[edit] Noun
bufo (plural bufos)

toad, frog

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[edit] Latin

[edit] Noun
būfo (genitive būfōnis); m, second declension

a toad
vocative singular of būfo.

[edit] Inflection
Third declension (3).

Number Singular Plural
nominative būfo būfōnēs
genitive būfōnis būfōnum
dative būfōnī būfōnibus
accusative būfōnem būfōnēs
ablative būfōne būfōnibus
vocative būfo būfōnēs

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walaʻau
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Neologisms are newly acknowledged terms. Although they typically have not been in circulation widely or for a long time, neologisms must be attested for full articles to be included in the main dictionary space. Protologisms, which are unattested, may only be inluded in Wiktionary:List of protologisms.

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Double Jeopardy
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Earthican
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Judica Sunday
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Mexifornication
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Pharmageddon
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RINO
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Transwiki:Bucky bits
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choad
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factify
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ingenuitive
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jasm
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knobology
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lolicon
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manimal
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nang
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of's
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preso
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randominity
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smell-o-meter
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techno-erotic
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tsunameter
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va-jay-jay
w
webumentary
whatth
wikiholic
y
your guys's


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Category:Nonstandard
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English term considered improper, incorrect, or commonly misused, especially in formal English. See also: Category:Illiterate.


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Happy Christmas
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Xians
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balla
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jist
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manumation
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nerve
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paparazzi
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randominity
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veel
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weepie
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Category:Regional English
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The English spoken in different regions of the world, this includes dialects of English in England (e.g. Northern English dialect, Geordie, etc.) and other countries (Australia, US, Canada, Jamaica etc.).


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Scots language - Western Germanic language spoken in Scotland closely related to English.
Languages of the United Kingdom - including English, Old English, and other others.
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This category contains words with an alpha privative, the prefix a- (or an- when prefixing a root which begins with a vowel) found in some English words of Greek derivation. It expresses negation or absence. The prefix has cognates in other Indo-European languages, including in- in Latin and un- in English.

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a-
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Contents [hide]
1 English
1.1 Pronunciation
1.2 Etymology 1
1.2.1 Prefix
1.3 Etymology 2
1.3.1 Prefix
1.4 Etymology 3
1.4.1 Prefix
1.5 Etymology 4
1.5.1 Prefix
1.6 Etymology 5
1.6.1 Prefix
2 Old English
2.1 Etymology
2.2 Pronunciation
2.3 Prefix



[edit] English

[edit] Pronunciation
IPA: /ə/ (sense 5 also in stressed form /ei/)


[edit] Etymology 1
Old English ā-, originally ar-. Cognate with German er-.


[edit] Prefix
a- (no longer productive)

forming verbs with the sense away, from, out, e.g. arise, await

[edit] Etymology 2
A proclitic form of a (preposition).


[edit] Prefix
a- (no longer productive)

in, on

[edit] Etymology 3
Middle English variant form of y-, from Old English ġe-.


[edit] Prefix
a- (not productive)

representing the Anglo-Saxon intensifying prefix, sometimes with little change in meaning, e.g. aware

[edit] Etymology 4
Anglo-French a-, from Old French e-, from Latin ex-.


[edit] Prefix
a- (no longer productive)

forming words with the sense of wholly, out, e.g. abash

[edit] Etymology 5
Ancient Greek ἀ- (ἀν- before a vowel).


[edit] Prefix
a-

forming words denoting absence or lack, e.g. abyss, amoral

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[edit] Old English

[edit] Etymology
From an earlier form ar-, from Germanic: cognate with German er-.


[edit] Pronunciation
IPA: /a:/


[edit] Prefix
ā-

forming words with the sense from, away, off, out, e.g. āniman
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acalculiac
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1.1 Etymology
1.2 Pronunciation
1.3 Noun
1.4 Related terms
1.5 See also



[edit] English

[edit] Etymology
From acalculia + -ac


[edit] Pronunciation
IPA: /ˌeɪkælˈkjulɪək/

[edit] Noun
Singular
acalculiac
Plural
acalculiacs


acalculiac (plural acalculiacs)

One who is unable to perform basic mathematical skills, often as a medical condition

[edit] Related terms
acalculia

[edit] See also
agrammatist
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Categories: English nouns | Psychiatry | Words with alpha privatives


achilous
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1.1 Pronunciation
1.2 Etymology
1.3 Adjective
1.4 See also



[edit] English

[edit] Pronunciation
/ˌeɪˈkaɪləs/

[edit] Etymology
Greek ἀ- (a-, without) + χεῖλος (chīlos, lip).


[edit] Adjective
achilous

(botany, anatomy) without a lip.

[edit] See also
chichiface
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achromatic
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1.1 Etymology
1.2 Adjective
1.3 Related terms
1.4 Translations



[edit] English

[edit] Etymology
Greek colorless; privative + color: compare French achromatique


[edit] Adjective
(optics) Free from color; transmitting light without color-related distortion.
Containing components such as achromatic lenses and prisms, designed to prevent color-related distortion.
(biology) Uncolored; not absorbing color from a fluid; -- said of tissue
(music) Having only the diatonic notes of the scale; not modified by accidentals.
Being achromatic in subject: "The lecture was achromatic, the speaker used politics to suppress the weight of his/her subject."

[edit] Related terms
achromaticity
achromatism
achromatic lens
achromatic prism
chromatic

[edit] Translations
Chinese: 消色差的(1,2); 非染色性的(3)
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agnosia
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1.1 Pronunciation
1.2 Noun
2 Italian
2.1 Noun



[edit] English

[edit] Pronunciation
Audio (US)help, file

[edit] Noun
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agnosia

The inability to recognize objects by use of the senses.

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[edit] Italian

[edit] Noun
agnosia f

agnosia
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agnostic
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Agnostic
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1 English
1.1 Etymology
1.2 Pronunciation
1.3 Noun
1.3.1 Translations
1.4 Adjective
1.4.1 Translations
1.4.2 Related terms
1.5 See also



[edit] English

[edit] Etymology
First attested in 1870; coined by Thomas Huxley. Either from Ancient Greek ἄγνωστος (agnōstos) "ignorant" or a- + gnostic. Deriving (either way) from Ancient Greek ἀ- (a-) "not" + γιγνώσκω (gignōskō) "I know".


[edit] Pronunciation
(RP) IPA: /ægˈnɒstɪk/
(US) IPA: /ægˈnɑːstɪk/
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Rhymes: -ɒstɪk

[edit] Noun
Singular
agnostic
Plural
agnostics


agnostic (plural agnostics)

A person who holds to a form of agnosticism, especially uncertainty of the existence of a deity.

[edit] Translations
one who holds to a form of agnosticism.[Show]
Finnish: agnostikko
German: Agnostiker m., Agnostikerin f.
Polish: agnostyk m.
Portuguese: agnóstico m., agnóstica f.



[edit] Adjective
agnostic (comparative more agnostic, superlative most agnostic)

Positive
agnostic
Comparative
more agnostic
Superlative
most agnostic


Of or relating to agnosticism or its adherents.
His agnostic viewpoint is summarized in his book.
Doubtful or uncertain about the existence or demonstrability of God or other deity.
She left the church when she became agnostic.
(computing) A software component (or other entity) that is unaware or noncommittal regarding the specific nature of the components with which it interacts; polymorphic; modular; pluggable
The socket communications layer is agnostic with regards to its underlying transport mechanism -- it is “transport-agnostic”.

[edit] Translations
of or relating to agnosticism[Show]
Finnish: agnostinen
French: agnostique
German: agnostisch
Portuguese: agnóstico



[edit] Related terms
agnosticism
gnostic
ignosticism

[edit] See also
atheist
sceptic (Mainly UK & Commonwealth), skeptic (Mainly US)
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agonic
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[edit] English

[edit] Etymology
Greek a- (without) + gōniā (angle)


[edit] Pronunciation
Rhymes: -ɒnɪk

[edit] Adjective
agonic

Lacking an angle

[edit] Derived terms
agonic line
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agrammatism
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1.2 Etymology
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1.4 Related terms
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[edit] English

[edit] Pronunciation

[edit] Etymology
English; prefix a- + Greek; γράμμα―letter + English; suffix -ism


[edit] Noun
agrammatism

the inability to form sentences by virtue of a brain disorder

[edit] Related terms
agrammatist
grammar
grammatical

[edit] See also
acalculia
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agrammatist
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[edit] English

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[edit] Etymology
English; prefix a- + Greek; γράμμα―letter + English; suffix -ist


[edit] Noun
agrammatist

one suffering from agrammatism

[edit] See also
acalculiac
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amnesia
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1.3.4 Related terms



[edit] English

[edit] Etymology
Modified Latin, from Greek ἀμνησία 'forgetfulness'.


[edit] Pronunciation
(Canada) IPAc: /ˌæmˈniʒə/ Audio (CA synth)?, file
Rhymes: -iːʒə

[edit] Noun
Singular
amnesia
Plural
amnesias


amnesia (plural amnesias)

(pathology) Loss of memory; forgetfulness.

[edit] Translations
loss of memory[Show]
German: Amnesie f.
Polish: amnezja f.
Portuguese: amnésia f.



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Ido: amnezio
Telugu: మతిమరపు (matimarapu)

[edit] Derived terms
amnesiac
amnesic
amnestic
anterograde amnesia
retrograde amnesia



[edit] Related terms
amnesty
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amnesty
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From Latin amnestia, < Greek ?, ‘a forgetting’, < ? ‘forgotten, forgetful’; 'a priv. + ? ‘to remember’: compare with French amnistie, earlier amnestie. See Mean, v.

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IPA: /ˈæm.nɪ.sti/

[edit] Noun
Singular
amnesty
Plural
uncountable


amnesty (uncountable)

Forgetfulness; cessation of remembrance of wrong; oblivion.
An act of the sovereign power granting oblivion, or a general pardon, for a past offense, as to subjects concerned in an insurrection.

[edit] Related terms
Amnesty International

[edit] Translations
forgetfulness[Show]
Dutch: amnestie (nl) f.
Polish: amnestia (pl) f.
Portuguese: anistia f.


act of the sovereign power[Show]
Danish: amnesti
Dutch: amnestie (nl) f.
German: Amnestie f.
Latvian amnestija
Portuguese: anistia f.
Russian: амнистия f.



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Slovene: amnezija
Spanish: amnistía


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anaerobic
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[edit] Etymology
From French anaérobie.


[edit] Adjective
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anaerobic

Without oxygen; especially of an environment or organism.
Of, or relating to an anaerobe

[edit] Antonyms
aerobic

[edit] Translations
without oxygen[Show]
Spanish:anaeróbico m., anaeróbica f.


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anemic
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[edit] English

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anaemic
anæmic

[edit] Pronunciation
WEAE IPA: /ʌˈni.mɪk/
Rhymes: -iːmɪk

[edit] Adjective
anemic (comparative more anemic, superlative most anemic)

Positive
anemic
Comparative
more anemic
Superlative
most anemic


Of or pertaining to anemia.
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anoxia
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anoxia

(pathology) A condition in which tissues are severely or totally deprived of oxygen, severe hypoxia.

[edit] Derived terms
anoxic

[edit] See also
asphyxia
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anoxic
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anoxic

suffering from a reduced supply of oxygen
lacking oxygen

[edit] Related terms
anoxia
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apatheism
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Apatheism

[edit] Etymology
Neologism coined in 2003 as a blend of apathy (see article for full etymology) and theism (from Greek θεός (Theós) "god").


[edit] Noun
Singular
apatheism
Plural
uncountable


apatheism (uncountable)

apathy towards the existence of God; belief that the question of the existence of God is unimportant

[edit] Related terms
apatheist
atheism
atheist
atheophobia
agnostic
agnosticism
ignosticism

[edit] Translations
Polish: apateizm
Spanish: apateísmo

[edit] References
Jonathan Rauch, "Let It Be", The Atlantic Monthly, May 2003
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apathetic
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[edit] Etymology
See Apathy.


[edit] Pronunciation
IPA: WEAE /æp.əˈθɛt.ɪk/


[edit] Adjective
apathetic (comparative more apathetic, superlative most apathetic)

Positive
apathetic
Comparative
more apathetic
Superlative
most apathetic


Void of feeling; not susceptible of deep emotion; passionless; indifferent.
Can also refers to Apatheism, a portmanteau expression of atheism and apathy, also known as pragmatic or practical atheism, a subset of atheism (when atheism is defined as lack of belief in deities, rather than specific disbelief in deities). An apatheist is someone who is not interested in accepting or denying any claims that God, or any other supernatural being, exists or does not exist. In other words, an apatheist is someone who considers the question of the existence of God as neither meaningful nor relevant to human affairs.
Refers Apatheism (a portmanteau of atheism and apathy), also known as pragmatic or practical atheism, is a subset of atheism (when atheism is defined as lack of belief in deities, rather than specific disbelief in deities). An apatheist is someone who is not interested in accepting or denying any claims that God, or any other supernatural being, exists or does not exist. In other words, an apatheist is someone who considers the question of the existence of God as neither meaningful nor relevant to human affairs.


[edit] See also
apathetical

[edit] Translations
void of feeling[Show]
Albanian: apatik
Dutch: apathisch
Russian: апатичный m.
Spanish: apatía f.
Swedish: apatisk



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“apathetic” in the Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, G & C. Merriam, 1913.
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apathy
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From French apathie, from Latin apathīa, from Ancient Greek ἀπάθεια (apatheia) "impassibility, insensibility, freedom from emotion", from ἀπαθής (apathes) "not suffering or having suffered, without experience of", from ἀπαθέω (apatheō) "to be free from suffering", from ἀ- (a-) "not" + πάθος (pathos) "anything that befalls one, an incident, emotion, passion".


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apathy (uncountable)

Complete lack of emotion or motivation about a person, activity, or object; depression; lack of interest or enthusiasm; disinterest.

[edit] Synonyms
pathetic
hopeless
disinterested

[edit] Derived terms
apathetic

[edit] Translations
Hebrew: אָפַּתְיָה (apatia) f.
Polish: apatia
Spanish: desidia
Serbian: apatija
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aphasia
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a*pha"si*a
ә*feI"ʒә

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Singular
aphasia
Plural
uncountable


aphasia (uncountable)

(pathology) A partial or total loss of language skills due to brain damage. Usually, damage to the left perisylvian region, including Broca's area and Wernike's area, causes aphasia.

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Estonian: afaasia
Greek: αφασία (el) f.
Interlingua: aphasia
Portuguese: afasia f.
Spanish: afasia f.

[edit] Derived terms
aphasiac
aphasic

[edit] Related terms
monophasia
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aphesis
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From Greek άφεσις (letting go) < Greek από (from) + ιέναι (send).


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IPA: /ˈæfəsɪs/

[edit] Noun
Singular
aphesis
Plural
apheses


aphesis (plural apheses)

The loss of the initial unstressed vowel of a word.
The word "leet" is derived from "élite" by aphesis.

[edit] Antonyms
prothesis

[edit] Related terms
aphetic

[edit] Translations
loss of the initial unstressed vowel of a word[Show]
French: aphérèse f.
German: Aphärese f.
Italan: aferesi
Interlingua: apherese
Japanese: 語頭母音消失 (gotō-boin shōshitsu)
Polish: afereza f.


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aphetic
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IPA: /əˈfɛtɪk/

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aphetic (comparative more aphetic, superlative most aphetic)

Positive
aphetic
Comparative
more aphetic
Superlative
most aphetic


(linguistics) Of, relating to, or formed by aphesis.
"'Pon" is an aphetic form of "upon".
Of or relating to the apheta; life-giving.
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aphetism
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Greek to let go.


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aphetism

The aphetised form of a word. i.e. A word which has dropped its initial vowel or syllble. For example, see squire.

[edit] Related terms
aphesis
aphetic
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aphyllous
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19th Century, from New Latin, from Greek, A + phullon (leaf).


[edit] Adjective
aphyllous (comparative more aphyllous, superlative most aphyllous)

Positive
aphyllous
Comparative
more aphyllous
Superlative
most aphyllous


(botany) Having no leaves.
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arrhythmia
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arrhythmia (uncountable)

An irregular heartbeat.

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Finnish: rytmihäiriö
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asbestos
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[edit] Noun
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Asbestos
asbestos

Either of several fibrous mineral forms of magnesium silicate, used for fireproofing, electrical insulation, building materials, brake linings, and chemical filters; The small fibres can cause cancer when lodged in the lungs

[edit] Derived terms
asbestosis

[edit] Adjective
asbestos

Of, or relating to asbestos.

[edit] Translations
Dutch: asbest
Estonian: asbest
Finnish: asbesti
French: amiante
Greek: αμίαντος
Italian: amianto
Japanese: 石綿 (いしわた, ishiwata) (せきめん, sekimen), アスベスト(asubesuto)
Swedish: asbest c.



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Asbestos Reference
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asbestosis
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asbestosis (plural: asbestoses)

(pathology) A chronic, inflammatory lung disease caused by long-term, heavy exposure to asbestos.

[edit] See also
mesothelioma
pneumoconiosis
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asphyxia
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New Latin, from Greek asphuxi, stopping of the pulse : a-, not; see a-1 + sphuxis, heartbeat (from sphuzein, sphug-, to throb).


[edit] Noun
asphyxia

(pathology) A condition in which an extreme decrease in the concentration of oxygen in the body accompanied by an increase in the concentration of carbon dioxide leads to loss of consciousness or death. Asphyxia can be induced by choking, drowning, electric shock, injury, or the inhalation of non-toxic (or toxic) gases.

[edit] Synonyms
suffocation
anoxia

[edit] Translations
Albanian: asfiksi
Finnish: asfyksia, hapenpuute, tukehtuminen

[edit] Derived terms
asphyxial
asphyxiant
asphyxiate
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asphyxophilia
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From Greek a-, "not" + sphuxis, "heartbeat" (from sphuzein, sphug-, "to throb") + φιλια (philia), love or friendship.


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asphyxophilia

Literally, the love of asphyxia. A sexual practice, generally not terminal (and even then probably only accidentally), of arranging to produce asphyxia at the moment of orgasm. The practice may have originated from the observation, described in a novel by the Marquis de Sade, that hanged males sometimes achieve erection and even ejaculation before dying.
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atheist
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From French athéiste < Ancient Greek ἄθεος (atheos) "godless, denying the gods" < ἀ- (a-) "without" + θεός (theos) "god".


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IPA: /ˈeɪθiɪst/
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Hyphenation: a·the·ist

[edit] Noun
Singular
atheist
Plural
atheists


atheist (plural atheists)

A person who does not believe that deities exist.

[edit] Translations
Albanian: ateist
Catalan: ateu m. atea f.
Chinese:
Mandarin: trad. 無神論者, simpl. 无神论者 (wúshénlùnzhě)
Estonian: ateist
Finnish: ateisti
French: athée m and f
German: Atheist m.; Atheistin f.
Greek: άθεος (el) m. (átheos) m., αθεϊστής (el) m. (atheïstís)
Hungarian: ateista
Italian: ateo m., ateista m and f
Japanese: 無神論者 (むしんろんじゃ)
Kurdish: کافر
Latin: atheos
Polish: ateista m., ateistka f.
Portuguese: ateu m. atéia f.
Romanian: ateu m. atee f.
Slovene: ateist m., ateistka f.
Spanish: ateo m., atea f.



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agnostic
agnosticism
atheism
atheistic
atheophobia
belief
deist
deity
monotheist
pandeist
pantheist
polytheist
theist


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atonic
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Rhymes: -ɒnɪk

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atonic

Referring to a syllable or sound that is spoken without accent or stress.
(pathology) Lacking muscle tone.

[edit] Derived terms
atonicity
atony
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Index:English
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This is the English index. It is a list that should contain all words of this language, sorted alphabetically (or by a similar ordering system). See Wiktionary:List of languages for a list of languages that should have the same kind of index. See Index:All languages for a list of already existing indexes. More topics and pages about this language may be found at Category:English language.


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艾滋病
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艾滋病

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艾滋病 (traditional and simplified, Pinyin àizībìng)

(medicine) AIDS
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拜拜
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拜拜
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拜拜 (traditional and simplified, Pinyin bàibài)

(in Taiwan) religious festival in which offerings are made to a diety

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大拜拜

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拜拜 (traditional and simplified, Pinyin bàibài)

to worship a diety

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拜拜 (traditional and simplified, Pinyin bàibài)

(transliteration) bye bye

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trad. 再見, simpl. 再见

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Dr. Eye 7.0 Professional
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贝雷帽
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贝雷帽
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貝雷帽
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贝雷帽 (simplified, Pinyin bèiléimào, traditional 貝雷帽)

beret

贝雷帽
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扁帽

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贝司
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贝司
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貝司
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Pinyin: bèisī


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transliteration of the English word "bass"


[edit] Noun
bass (musical instrument, either double bass or electric bass guitar)
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博客
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博客
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Sound borrowing from English "blog"; from 博 ("abundant," "plentiful," "wide," "broad," "rich") + 客 ("guest," "visitor"). The term was coined in 2002 by Beijing technology writer Fang Xingdong.


[edit] Noun
博客 (traditional and simplified, Pinyin bókè)

blog

[edit] See also
部落格
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哈罗
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哈罗
traditional
哈囉
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transliteration of the English word "hello"

[edit] Interjection
哈罗 (simplified, Pinyin hāluó, traditional 哈囉)

hello

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汉堡
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汉堡
traditional
漢堡
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transliteration of the word Hamburg

[edit] Noun
汉堡 (simplified, Pinyin hànbǎo, traditional 漢堡)

hamburger
在肯基我从来都是二个辣汉堡,一杯大可。.
At Kentucky Fried Chicken, I have always ordered two spicy hamburgers, and one large coke.

[edit] Synonyms
汉堡包 (hamburger)

[edit] Proper noun
汉堡 (simplified, Pinyin Hànbǎo, traditional 漢堡)

Hamburg

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Google hits: .cn
Google hits: .tw
Chinese wikipedia Talk:汉堡包, a discussion about the use of 汉堡 vs. 汉堡包 to mean hamburger
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Category:zh-cn:English derivations
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a
艾滋病
b
拜拜
贝雷帽
贝司
b cont.
博客
h
哈罗
汉堡
嘿咻
j
吉他
k
可口可乐
m
麻吉
n
尼古丁
p
派对
乒乓


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嘿咻
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嘿咻
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From English hey show


[edit] Verb
嘿咻 (traditional and simplified, Pinyin hēixiū)

(slang) to have sex; to get it on; to go at it
2006: Yangzi Evening news editorial staff, 做爱时你们到底在想谁 (Who are you really thinking about when you make love?)
女人在街上看到帅哥,她们什么也不说,然后晚上和男朋友或老公嘿咻的时候就想到那个帅哥。 (simp.)
女人在街上看到帥哥,她們什麼也不說,然後晚上和男朋友或老公嘿咻的時候就想到那個帥哥。 (trad.)
A woman will see a hot guy on the street, not even exchange words, but will think about him later on that evening when she is getting it on with her boyfriend or husband.

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吉他
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transliteration of the English word guitar

[edit] Noun
吉他 (traditional and simplified, Pinyin jítā)

guitar

[edit] Related terms
古典吉他
trad. 電吉他, simpl. 电吉他
低音吉他
trad. 弗拉門戈吉他, simpl. 弗拉门戈吉他
滑音
trad. 按, simpl. 横按
打弦
琵音
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可口可乐
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可口可乐
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可口可樂

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transliteration of Coca-Cola
Literally: palatable and enjoyable


[edit] Noun
可口可乐 (simplified, Pinyin kěkǒukělè, traditional 可口可樂)

Coca-Cola™
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麻吉
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transliteration of the word "match"


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麻吉 (traditional and simplified, Pinyin májí)

a match; a wingman; a good friend

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Less than 2,000 hits may be an indicator that this term is not commonly used.
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尼古丁
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尼古丁

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transliteration of the English word nicotine

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尼古丁 (traditional and simplified, Pinyin nígǔdīng)

nicotine
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派对
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派对
traditional
派對
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from English party


[edit] Noun
派对 (simplified, Pinyin pàiduì, traditional 派對)

(a get together) party

[edit] Usage notes
Although written with Chinese characters, a pseudo-English pronunciation may be used when saying aloud. Example:

明天来我家吧,我们开一个派对
míngtiān lái wǒ jiā ba, wǒmen kāi yī gè party (IPA: 'pʰaːɚtʰi)
Why don't you come over to my house tomorrow, we'll have a party

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乒乓
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乒乓

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乒乓 (traditional and simplified, Pinyin pīngpang)

table tennis, ping pong
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