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- to A Gift For Life, a site of untaken petnames compiled for your use. All the names are checked for availability every day (so there's no obligation to let me know when you use one). I hope you find what you're looking for. Thanks for visiting. ~Weapon

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  • Names last checked: 16th April, 2014, at 12:15 am NST
  • Total names listed: 3,723
  • Total names used: 24,012

Today's News

16th Apr: (-7 names) (+56 names) The new names are all Multilingual RWs. =]

Notices

Lutari Day is coming up on the 19th April. This is the only day of the year when you can make a Lutari in Create a Neopet - assuming they are released for creation. They were released the last three years, for certain (read more here). Aside from pondering their history there is no way of knowing for sure whether they will be released this year or not. We can only hope. [C=]

Fantasy (574)



Ackad
AK-ad

Afilil
AF-il-il

Aflein
AF-lein

Ajmaro
aj-MAR-o

Alnko
ALN-ko

Alsall
AL-sal

Apiob
(contributed by Greg_simon)

Aryary
ar-ee-AR-ee

Atumij
(contributed by Foblin)

Ayarry
AY-a-ry

Azaeer
az-AE-eer

Azzem
AZ-em

Azzim
AZ-im


Bajjon
BAJ-on

Baldei
BAL-dei

Barazon
BA-ra-zon

Bardern
BAR-dern

Beiel
(contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Bhteo
(contributed by Azuhi1)

Bilinal
BIL-i-nal

Birfon
BIR-fon

Birond
BIR-ond

Birston
BIR-ston

Bohand
BO-and

Boronos
BO-ro-nos

Brelna
BREL-na

Bremoun
BREE-moun

Brohun
BRO-un

Buoun
BUE-oun

Buovu
bu-O-vu

Buwith
BUE-ith

Byaeer
by-AE-eer


Carazoy
CA-ra-zoy

Cavernicle
(contributed by Foblin)

Cellodony
sel-O-do-nee

Ceovo
KEE-o-vo

Ceruone
CE-ru-one

Chaharo
cha-HAR-o

Chamdri
CHAM-dri

Chamdry
CHAM-dry

Corvise
COR-vise

Cuovu
cu-O-vu

Cworlir
(contributed by Foblin)


Daelur
DAE-lur

Dalchan
DAL-chan

Daldai
DAL-dai

Dapec
(contributed by Greg_simon)

Dareyar
DAR-ey-ar

Deborro
de-BOR-o

Deiel
(contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Derston
DER-ston

Diridion
di-RID-i-on

Dizlis
DIZ-lis

Doutha
DOUTH-a

Drilnor
DRIL-nor

Duovu
du-O-vu

Duwith
DUE-ith

Dwinnar
DWIN-ar

Dyllom
DYL-om


Eajay
EE-a-jay

Ealdai
EE-al-dai

Ebblay
EB-lay

Ebbleson
EB-el-son

Eddaer
e-DAE-er

Edkik
ED-kik

Edwode
ED-wode

Eelund
EE-lund

Ekorly
EE-kor-lee

Elbamor
El-ba-mor

Elchac
EL-chak

Elmarl
EL-marl

Elnnm
elnm

Emabe
(contributed by Greg_simon)

Enwun
EN-wun

Erbarn
ER-barn

Erbren
ER-bren

Ereson
E-re-son

Estiman
(contributed by Foblin)

Eubertay
(contributed by Chevrolette__xx)

Eybold
EY-bold

Eyeeru
ey-EER-u


Faorr
FAE-or

Fehew
FEE-hew

Feial
(contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Feiel
(contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Feorr
FEE-or

Ferroul
FE-roul

Firhat
FIR-hat

Firston
FIR-ston

Fluffintton
(contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Foirun
FOI-run

Frendai
FREN-dai

Frennai
FREN-ai

Frumplush
(contributed by Foblin)

Fuovu
fu-O-vu

Furmein
FUR-mein

Fyaeer
fy-AE-er

Fyrrid
FY-rid


Galdai
GAL-dai

Galdei
GAL-dei

Gantab
GAN-tab

Gareg
(contributed by Greg_simon)

Garhalm
GAR-halm

Gaunde
gaund

Gawad
(contributed by Foblin)

Gejay
GEE-jay

Gejetsky
(contributed by Chevrolette__xx)

Geldai
GEL-dai

Geldei
GEL-dei

Gemlyna
gem-LY-na

Gentoph
GENT-oph

Geylio
GEY-li-o

Gieado
(contributed by Emohairx)

Ginds
ginds

Gintlin
GINT-lin

Gladdan
GLAD-an

Glintlin
GLINT-lin

Goesa
(contributed by Greg_simon)

Golln
goln

Gonathor
GON-a-thor

Gorston
GOR-ston

Grayand
GRAY-and

Greyand
GREY-and

Gronra
GRON-ra

Gulln
guln

Guovu
gu-O-vu

Gurston
GUR-ston


Hadeg
(contributed by Greg_simon)

Hahera
ha-HER-a

Hahew
HA-hew

Haikamaij
(contributed by Gigilio779)

Halloro
hal-OR-o

Halrus
HAL-rus

Halrut
HAL-rut

Halvine
HAL-vine

Harihal
HA-ri-hal

Harsba
HARS-ba

Hayair
HAY-air

Hazhan
HAZ-han

Heial
(contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Heiel
(contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Helorro
he-LOR-o

Herolly
HE-ro-lee

Heyyon
HEY-on

Hibarn
HI-barn

Hijay
HI-jay

Hilbir
HIL-bir

Hioga
(contributed by Greg_simon)

Hirgard
HIR-gard

Hodeg
(contributed by Greg_simon)

Hofad
(contributed by Greg_simon)

Hofed
(contributed by Greg_simon)

Hofid
(contributed by Greg_simon)

Hotre
(contributed by Greg_simon)

Huorr
HUE-or

Huovu
hu-O-vu

Hyhar
HY-har

Hyrrias
HY-ri-as


Ialaba
ie-AL-a-ba

Ialdei
i-AL-dei

Iaoll
ie-AE-ol

Iarrey
IE-a-rey

Ibock
IE-bok

Iejay
IE-jay

Ieldei
IEL-dei

Iheere
ie-HEER

Iherrin
IE-er-in

Ildock
IL-dok

Iliono
il-i-OE-no

Illaer
il-AE-er

Ilmim
IL-mim

Ilroi
IL-roi

Ilworth
IL-worth

Imaeer
im-ae-EER

Imlario
im-LAR-i-o

Imrem
IM-rem

Imrum
IM-rum

Iojay
IE-o-jay

Iollio
ie-OE-li-oe

Irazoy
I-ra-zoy

Ireeir
IRE-eir

Irihon
i-RIE-on

Irrard
IR-ard

Irrno
IR-no

Iscayer
is-CAY-er

Ishell
i-SHEL

Iskinar
is-KI-nar

Iskiner
is-KI-ner

Isurro
i-SUR-o

Ivlir
IV-lir

Ivoror
IE-vo-ror

Izzene
IZ-ene


Jafnanil
(contributed by Iloveband555)

Jaheha
ja-HEE-ha

Jakzak
JAK-zak

Jaldai
JAL-dai

Jalibor
JAL-i-bor

Jansil
JAN-sil

Jarbry
JAR-bry

Jarrim
JA-rim

Jayabal
JAY-a-bal

Jayvar
JAY-var

Jedlay
JED-lay

Jenlon
JEN-lon

Jerbry
JER-bry

Jeyirn
JEY-irn

Jimaer
jim-AE-er

Jimling
JIM-ling

Jirston
JIR-ston

Jobrian
JO-bri-an

Jodlir
JOD-lir

Juovu
ju-O-vu

Jorwis
JOR-wis

Jurbry
JUR-bry

Juslig
(contributed by Foblin)

Juvorn
JUE-vorn

Jyanya
jy-AN-ya

Jyown
JY-own


Kamds
kamds

Karhew
KAR-hew

Karowon
KA-ro-won

Kazkach
KAZ-kach

Kellervoy
(contributed by Chevrolette__xx)

Kenquin
KEN-kwin

Kentoning
(contributed by Chevrolette__xx)

Kerston
KER-ston

Kikrer
KIK-rer

Kinilinik
(contributed by 9000potatoz)

Kirazoy
KI-ra-zoy

Kluchomp
(contributed by Foblin)

Knighfors
(contributed by Catqueen96_8)

Korpike
KOR-piek

Korston
KOR-ston

Kubble
KUB-al


Lahrun
LAH-run

Lalarry
LAL-a-ree

Laldai
LAL-dai

Lalibor
LAL-i-bor

Lalkar
LAL-kar

Landren
LAN-dren

Laorry
lae-OR-ee

Larazoy
LA-ra-zoy

Larchal
LARCH-al

Larsbin
LARS-bin

Larshor
LAR-shor

Laylorn
LAY-lorn

Lemeers
le-MEERS

Lerston
LER-ston

Leybor
LEY-bor

Lineero
lin-EER-o

Lorston
LOR-ston

Losthin
LOS-thin

Lundoon
LUN-doon

Luquest
LUE-kwest

Lyeorm
LIE-ee-orm (contributed by Niarulz)


Mabed
(contributed by Greg_simon)

Madbri
MAD-bri

Madged
madged

Madrig
MAD-rig

Maebor
MAE-bor

Maharal
ma-HAR-al

Maharala
ma-HAR-a-la

Malkims
MAL-kims

Meffriot
(contributed by Chevrolette__xx)

Mehray
MEH-ray

Menalnu
(contributed by Niarulz)

Merston
MER-ston

Meull
meul

Meulla
MEU-la

Miomakin
my-oh-MAKE-in

Moifen
MOI-fen

Moslil
MOS-lil

Mourik
MOUR-ik

Munpe
(contributed by Greg_simon)

Muovu
mu-O-vu

Mythilma
myth-IL-ma


Narason
NA-ra-son

Narston
NAR-ston

Nashras
NASH-ras

Nathwit
NATH-wit

Nedred
NED-red

Neefor
NEE-for

Nenlon
NEN-lon

Neylorn
NEY-lorn

Niffre
NIF-er

Nifrid
NIF-rid

Nilsb
nilsb

Nilylo
ni-LY-lo

Nolray
NOL-ray

Nomirro
nom-IR-o

Norioon
NOR-i-oon

Noroon
nor-OON

Nurass
NUR-as

Nuroon
NUR-oon

Nyneer
NY-neer

Nyvey
NY-vey


Oanyar
o-AN-yar

Odemor
OE-de-mor

Odrem
OE-drem

Ofaon
o-FAE-on

Ogyle
OE-gile

Oklan
OK-lan

Olhanda
ol-HAN-da

Olrois
OL-rois

Omdrid
OM-drid

Omlind
OM-lind

Omlond
OM-lond

Omlund
OM-lund

Ondrar
ON-drar

Ondrara
on-DRAR-a

Ongorium
(contributed by Foblin)

Oroson
OR-o-son

Oudraf
(contributed by Chevrolette__xx)

Ozzem
OZ-em


Palqin
PAL-kin

Parston
PAR-ston

Paurial
PAU-ri-al

Peggison
PEG-i-son

Pelwon
PEL-won

Peremony
pe-REM-o-nee

Peronil
PE-ro-nil

Peronile
PE-ro-nile

Piripor
PI-ri-por

Podbri
POD-bri

Poirifi
POI-ri-fi

Poraloe
(contributed by Judah__warlegos)

Prolorre
(contributed by Judah_warlegos)

Pudfen
PUD-fen

Pudfon
PUD-fon

Puovu
pu-O-vu

Pyrosh
PY-rosh


Qalber
KAL-ber

Qaldai
KAL-dai

Qaldei
KAL-dei

Qalgwin
KAL-gwin

Qalibor
KAL-i-bor

Qalzay
KAL-zay

Qaridge
KAR-idge

Qarston
KAR-ston

Qeboro
ke-BO-ro

Qecue
(contributed by Farsky)

Qeerel
KEER-el

Qehew
KEE-hew

Qehey
ke-HEY

Qeldai
KEL-dai

Qeldei
KEL-dei

Qeond
KEE-ond

Qerston
KER-ston

Qihay
KI-hay

Qihey
KI-hey

Qoand
KOE-and

Qohew
KOE-hew

Qohry
KOE-ree

Qojay
KO-jay

Qonny
KON-ee

Qorao
KOR-ae-o

Qossan
KO-san

Qoved
(contributed by Farsky)

Quarston
KWAR-ston

Querston
KWER-ston

Quintaik
uin-tike (contributed by Iluvanniethedog)

Quyone
KWY-one

Qwivik
KWIV-ik

Qybrin
KY-brin

Qyrro
KY-ro


Radbrig
RAD-brig

Ragonne
RAE-gon

Raholo
ra-HOE-lo

Randish
RAND-ish

Rarston
RAR-ston

Refferin
Ruh-fear-en (contributed by Aileisel)

Refrif
REF-rif

Rehew
REE-hew

Rehhan
REE-han

Rillb
rilb

Rimeel
rim-EEL

Rivong
(contributed by Foblin)

Robinab
rob-in-AB

Rurston
RUR-ston


Saltoy
SAL-toy

Sammad
SAM-ad

Samnan
SAM-nan

Sarston
SAR-ston

Sayson
SAY-son

Seeray
SEE-ray

Sesht
sesht

Shadnor
SHAD-nor

Sherrid
SHER-id

Shloink
(contributed by Foblin)

Shuone
SHU-one

Sismin
SIS-min

Slelloin
(contributed by Loveaccomplished)

Slylah
SLY-lah

Sorston
SOR-ston

Stavost
STAV-ost

Stenlai
STEN-lai

Sumeeru
sum-EER-u

Suovu
su-O-vu

Suruss
SUR-us

Syfle
SY-fel

Syhary
sy-HAR-ee

Symaer
sy-MAE-er


Tajoru
ta-JOR-ue

Tamarro
tam-AR-o

Tanbuo
TAN-bue-oe

Tattlemin
TAT-el-min

Teefey
TEE-fey

Teerel
TEER-el

Teldei
TEL-dei

Tennb
tenb

Teridak
TE-ri-dak

Texibird
(contributed by Catqueen96_8)

Tilomofifi
(contributed by Invisible_sadness)

Tirjay
TIR-jay

Tivlim
(contributed by Foblin)

Tomlind
TOM-lind

Torfar
TOR-far

Trolanda
(contributed by Chevrolette__xx)

Tufley
TUF-ley

Tuovu
tu-O-vu

Turll
turl

Tyrston
TYR-ston


Ualaba
you-AL-a-ba

Ualdai
you-AL-dai

Ualde
YOU-ald

Ualdei
you-AL-dei

Ualun
YOU-a-lun

Uaoll
you-AE-ol

Ubard
YOU-bard

Uburr
YOU-bur

Uffun
YOU-fun

Ufley
UF-ley

Uhark
YOU-hark

Ulbro
UL-bro

Uldai
UL-dai

Uldei
UL-dei

Ulibor
YOU-li-bor

Ullilo
you-LIE-lo

Ulokio
you-LO-ki-o

Ulwins
UL-wins

Unamo
YOU-na-mo

Unble
UN-bel

Unitson
(contributed by Chevrolette__xx)

Unnal
UN-al

Unorth
YOU-north

Uofuo
you-oe-FUE-oe

Uquis
YOU-kwis

Uralska
your-AL-ska (contributed by Niarulz)

Urbro
UR-bro

Urgard
UR-gard

Urhart
UR-hart

Urrard
YOUR-ard

Urraz
YOUR-az

Urriad
YOUR-i-ad

Urwile
YOUR-wile

Uvolan
(contributed by Karapin)

Uyalir
YOU-a-lir

Uyaya
you-AY-a

Uyonn
YOU-on

Uzoyil
(contributed by Foblin)


Vandreer
VAN-dreer

Varrey
(contributed by Ninetendogamecube)

Varston
VAR-ston

Vasushree
(contributed by Guddi6)

Vayanor
VAY-a-nor

Velchab
VEL-chab (contributed by Niarulz)

Velylo
ve-LY-lo

Vijay
VIE-jay

Vilders
VIL-ders

Virkir
VIR-kir

Virston
VIR-ston

Vistocan
(contributed by Niarulz)

Vitterd
(contributed by Contagions)

Vocerry
VO-ce-ree

Voskay
VOS-kay

Vrimno
VRIM-no

Vuovu
vu-O-vu

Vybold
VY-bold


Wahan
WA-han

Waldai
WAL-dai

Walhine
WAL-hine

Walibor
WAL-i-bor

Wallod
(contributed by xBerber)

Wandameer
WAN-da-meer

Waoll
WAE-ol

Wardrun
WAR-drun

Wariay
WAR-i-ae

Waull
waul

Welaut
(contributed by Farsky)

Weldai
WEL-dai

Weldei
WEL-dei

Werrios
WER-i-os

Werston
WER-ston

Wesevern
(contributed by Guddi6)

Wialil
WIE-a-lil

Wilikiri
wil-i-KI-ri

Wilinor
WIL-i-nor

Wirgn
(contributed by Farsky)

Wivkin
WIV-kin

Wollm
wolm

Wonnel
WON-el

Wowin
WOW-in

Woygin
(contributed by Jessieluff)

Woyoli
(contributed by Foblin)

Wumrik
(contributed by Robyn8s)

Wuorr
WUE-or

Wuovu
wu-O-vu

Wurston
WUR-ston

Wyaliro
wy-a-LIR-o

Wyelm
WY-elm

Wyjay
WY-jay

Wymenith
(contributed by Guddi6)


Xafkin
ZAF-kin

Xakart
ZAK-art

Xalickan
(contributed by Chevrolette__xx)

Xallyle
za-LILE

Xankad
ZAN-kad

Xarfew
ZAR-few

Xarlle
zarl

Xarston
ZAR-ston

Xaully
ZAU-lee

Xebda
ZEB-da

Xeldei
ZEL-dei

Xifkin
ZIF-kin

Xihail
ZI-hail

Xileer
ZIE-leer

Xilorro
ZIL-o-ro

Xorston
ZOR-ston

Xuovu
zu-O-vu

Xyall
XY-al

Xyllao
ZIE-lae-oe

Xylond
ZIE-lond


Yaeer
yae-EER

Yaerro
YAE-ro

Yalibor
YAL-i-bor

Yaliros
ya-LI-ros

Yaosir
yae-OE-sir

Yarbora
yar-BOR-a

Yarston
YAR-ston

Ybros
EE-bros

Yecstan
(contributed by Chevrolette__xx)

Yeerr
yeer

Yefimo
ye-FIE-mo (contributed by Niarulz)

Yejay
YE-jay

Yeldai
YEL-dai

Yeldei
YEL-dei

Yerrs
yers

Yihail
YI-hail

Yihal
YIE-al

Yiloria
yi-LOR-i-a

Yirston
YIR-ston

Ylayla
i-LAY-la

Ynfio
YN-fi-oe

Ynwin
IN-win

Yoheer
YO-heer

Yomunk
(contributed by Foblin)

Yoohan
YOO-han

Yorren
YOR-en

Yshirl
y-SHIRL

Ython
EE-thon

Yuovu
yu-O-vu

Yvdio
IV-di-oe (contributed by Niarulz)


Zacjac
ZAK-jac

Zakadwin
za-KAD-win

Zarang
(contributed by Foblin)

Zariazarian
zah-ree-ah-ZAH-ree-an

Zarston
ZAR-ston

Zazaf
ZAZ-af

Zeejan
ZEE-jan

Zeejaz
ZEE-jaz

Zihail
ZI-hail

Zinash
ZI-nash

Zohew
ZOE-hew

Zojon
ZO-jon

Zorston
ZOR-ston

Zounly
ZOUN-lee

Zourru
ZOU-ru

Zuflagar
(contributed by Guddi6)

Zuovu
zu-O-vu

Zyannd
ZY-and

Zyharry
ZY-ha-ree

Zymorn
ZY-morn

Combinations (573)



Ageyear
age + year

Alleyblade
alley + blade

Alleydark
alley + dark

Amblemind
amble + mind

Andahardboiledegg
and + a + hard + boiled + egg (Discworld reference)

Appleaf
apple + leaf

Applesprig
apple + sprig

Arrowbrow
arrow + brow

Arrowfletch
arrow + fletch


Barbwing
barb + wing

Barkblight
bark + blight

Barksnarl
bark + snarl

Benwise
ben + wise

Bidelong
bide + long

Birchplace
birch + place (contributed by Bethanym145)

Bitefrost
bite + frost

Blacklyrobin
blackly + robin

Blightfrost
blight + frost

Bluewall
blue + wall

Boldbolt
bold + bolt

Boldsure
bold + sure

Borrowtime
borrow + time

Braverun
brave + run

Brightbrow
bright + brow

Brinedeep
brine + deep

Brinesurf
brine + surf

Browhigh
brow + high

Budleaf
bud + leaf

Burblestream
burble + stream

Burnedmeltwater
burned + meltwater

Burningwick
burning + wick (contributed by Gere)

Burrowden
burrow + den


Catchthief
catch + thief

Catchwin
catch + win

Childward
child + ward

Chinwart
chin + wart

Cloakguard
cloak + guard

Cloudveil
cloud + veil

Crookhunch
crook + hunch

Crookrogue
crook + rogue

Crookthief
crook + thief

Crystalguard
crystal + guard

Cursesmith
curse + smith


Dancepaw
dance + paw

Dankwood
dank + wood

Dapplebark
dapple + bark

Darkcloak
dark + cloak

Darkhall
dark + hall

Darkmaker
dark + maker

Darkmere
dark + mere

Darkmyth
dark + myth

Dashleap
dash + leap

Daymorn
day + morn

Deepdark
deep + dark

Deepdrum
deep + drum

Doubteye
doubt + eye

Doubtword
doubt + word

DriftingFog
drifting + fog (contributed by Gere)

Drumsdeep
drums + deep

Dunmoanin
done + moaning, a play on 'Dunroamin', a popular name for homes

Dustbrow
dust + brow

Dustgrime
dust + grime

Dusthem
dust + hem

Dustwall
dust + wall

Dwarfsmith
dwarf + smith


Earthrim
earth + rim (contributed by Foblin)

Eastfield
east + field

Eastmoor
east + moor

Ebbwave
ebb + wave

Edgerun
edge + run

Ehwell
eh + well

Eighthday
eighth + day

Eightkeys
eight + keys (contributed by Gere)

Everghost
ever + ghost


Fangbark
fang + bark

Farhigh
far + high

Farnear
far + near

Fatalflaw
fatal + flaw

Faycaptor
fay + captor

Feignfriend
feign + friend

Fellfoe
fell + foe

Fernreed
fern + reed

Fifthday
fifth + day

Filchthief
filch + thief

Finebrow
fine + brow

Finewick
fine + wick

Finfoam
fin + foam

Firethought
fire + thought

Firmstand
firm + stand

Flameflute
flame + flute

Flamequick
flame + quick

Flamesail
flame + sail

Fledgefeather
fledge + feather

Fleefear
flee + fear

Fleetleap
fleet + leap

Fleetmind
fleet + mind

Fletchwing
fletch + wing

Flightcraft
flight + craft

Flightheight
flight + height

Floatsoul
float + soul

Flukewin
fluke + win

Flychild
fly + child

Flyfeather
fly + feather

Flyspark
fly + spark

Foamfin
foam + fin

Foamtail
foam + tail

Foamwind
foam + wind

Fogwick
fog + wick

Fogwise
fog + wise

Foilplan
foil + plan

Fontfamily
font + family

Fontmaking
font + making

Fordlock
ford + lock

Forgetruth
forge + truth

ForgottenCandle
forgotten + candle (contributed by Gere)

ForgottenClock
forgotten + clock (contributed by Gere)

Fortunesmith
fortune + smith

Fourdays
four + days

Fourkeys
four + keys (contributed by Gere)

Fourthday
fourth + day

Frailhand
frail + hand

Fraycloak
fray + cloak

Frillwing
frill + wing

Frostleap
frost + leap

Frostrime
frost + rime

Frostsmith
frost + smith

Froststem
frost + stem

Frownbrow
frown + brow

Furlfeather
furl + feather

Furygaze
fury + gaze


Gaspworthy
gasp + worthy

Gembrow
gem + brow

GentHat
gent + hat (contributed by Chibideamonx3)

Glaregaze
glare + gaze

Glideflight
glide + flight

Glidewind
glide + wind

Glisteningkey
glistening + key (contributed by Gere)

Goldguard
gold + guard

Graykeep
gray + keep

Graysteed
gray + steed

Grayworth
gray + worth

Greatblueyonder
great + blue + yonder (contributed by Sax0ph0ne6)

Greenlyred
greenly + red

Greybrow
grey + brow

Greyface
grey + face

Greywall
grey + wall

Grimlaugh
grim + laugh

Gringrime
grin + grime

Grinwise
grin + wise

Grinwit
grin + wit

Gritsoul
grit + soul

Growlpaw
growl + paw

Growlstir
growl + stir (contributed by Guddi6)

Growltaker
growl + taker (contributed by Guddi6)

Guardward
guard + ward

Gustbreeze
gust + breeze

Gustdust
gust + dust

Gustspark
gust + spark

Gustwind
gust + wind


Hangdark
hang + dark

Hardwork
hard + work

Harkhorn
hark + horn

Hasteflight
haste + flight

Hasteride
haste + ride

Hatblack
hat + black

Hatfeather
hat + feather

Hatsmith
hat + smith

Hawkair
hawk + air

Hazelwand
hazel + wand

Hearthflame
hearth + flame

Heartproud
heart + proud

Heartrune
heart + rune

Heartscribe
heart + scribe

Heartsnatch
heart + snatch

Heartward
heart + ward

Hereshore
here + shore

Herocape
hero + cape

Hidwit
hid + wit

Hillclimb
hill + climb

Hillgreen
hill + green

Hillwise
hill + wise

Hollowbone
hollow + bone

Holtride
holt + ride

Hopebrow
hope + brow

Houndhunt
hound + hunt

Howlgust
howl + gust

Howlstorm
howl + storm

Humwing
hum + wing

Hunchwing
hunch + wing

Hungryhaunt
hungry + haunt

Huntwing
hunt + wing

Hurrywind
hurry + wind

Hushtear
hush + tear

Husksoul
husk + soul


Iceblight
ice + blight

Icebringer
ice + bringer

Idlehands
idle + hands

Illbode
ill + bode

Illdoubt
ill + doubt

Illhand
ill + hand


Jellysmith
jelly + smith

Joroger
jolly + roger (contributed by Niarulz)

Justkin
just + kin

Justkind
just + kind

Justlight
just + light

Justsword
just + sword

Justwise
just + wise

Justwit
just + wit


Kidchild
kid + child

Kidwit
kid + wit

Kinwise
kin + wise

Kipnap
kip + nap

Kipwit
kip + wit

Knighthope
knight + hope


Lacehem
lace + hem

Lackmind
lack + mind

Ladybrow
lady + brow

Lanceblade
lance + blade

Lancewand
lance + wand

Lancewing
lance + wing

Larklaugh
lark + laugh

Larknest
lark + nest

Laughmoon
laugh + moon

Lawfulevil
lawful + evil

Leafsmith
leaf + smith

Leapsplash
leap + splash

Lieclaw
lie + claw

Lietongue
lie + tongue

Liewise
lie + wise

Lightbrow
light + brow

Lightcloak
light + cloak

Lightcomb
light + comb (contributed by Pureopal)

Lightdim
light + dim

Liltsong
lilt + song

Lineheight
line + height

Litforth
lit + forth

Locksoul
lock + soul

Longcloak
long + cloak

Lostbound
lost + bound

Lostchild
lost + child

Lostwill
lost + will

Lostwitch
lost + witch

Lucklaugh
luck + laugh

Lunarbrow
lunar + brow

Lunarsmith
lunar + smith

Lurewink
lure + wink

Luteplayer
lute + player


Magebrow
mage + brow

Magelord
mage + lord

Mapchart
map + chart

Marchdrum
march + drum

Mendsoul
mend + soul

Merepond
mere + pond

Merrymock
merry + mock

Merryquester
merry + quester

Mileshoes
mile + shoes

Mistmere
mist + mere

Moanbore
moan + bore

Moanwind
moan + wind

Mockscorn
mock + scorn

Mocksky
mock + sky

Mocksong
mock + song

Mockstorm
mock + storm

Moldheart
mold + heart

Moodgaze
mood + gaze

Moonapple
moon + apple

Moonmere
moon + mere

Moonswell
moon + swell

Moontooth
moon + tooth

Mossloam
moss + loam

Mosstwig
moss + twig

Mostingenious
most + ingenious

Mostneopian
most + neopian

Muddlemind
muddle + mind

Mudmind
mud + mind

Murkmist
murk + mist

Mystarglobe
my + star + globe

Mythmere
myth + mere

Mythsmith
myth + smith


Neonbrow
neon + brow

Neutralevil
neutral + evil

Neutralgood
neutral + good

Newhouse
new + house

Nightfriend
night + friend

Nightmock
night + mock

Northmoor
north + moor


Oddsnends
odds + and + ends

Oldwise
old + wise

Ornatekey
ornate + key (contributed by Gere)


Paddleoar
paddle + oar

Painteye
paint + eye

Pebbleskim
pebble + skim

Phonyfake
phony + fake (contributed by Grantauy)

Pinewand
pine + wand

Planbee
plan + bee

Poemsmith
poem + smith

Polishedkey
polished + key (contributed by Gere)

Positionabsolute
position + absolute

Prettyrthnu
prettier + than + you (contributed by Justheretokilltime)

Preyofbird
prey + of + bird

Pridewell
pride + well

Putpaid
put + paid


Quartzsmith
quartz + smith


Ragesmith
rage + smith

Ranwise
ran + wise

Ratblind
rat + blind

Readwise
read + wise

Redhilt
red + hilt

Redlygreen
redly + green

Redsheath
red + sheath

Redworth
red + worth

Reedfin
reed + fin

Reedwise
reed + wise

Riddledream
riddle + dream

Riddlescar
riddle + scar

Rideforth
ride + forth

Ridgewind
ridge + wind

Rightjust
right + just

Rightsure
right + sure

Rigrope
rig + rope

Riverwhile
river + while

Roadhome
road + home

Roadridge
road + ridge

Roasteye
roast + eye

Roastgold
roast + gold

Roasttime
roast + time

Robinabobbing
robin + a-bobbing

Rotstone
rot + stone

Ruinwall
ruin + wall

Rumbledeep
rumble + deep

Runebrow
rune + brow

Runecave
rune + cave

Runfear
run + fear

Runthief
run + thief

Rushrun
rush + run

Rusthelm
rust + helm

Rustrain
rust + rain

Rustroar
rust + roar

Rusttooth
rust + tooth

Rustwand
rust + wand


Sailblack
sail + black

Sailbold
sail + bold

Sailsky
sail + sky (contributed by Rs_rbn)

Sandfield
sand + field

Santasecret
santa + secret (contributed by Green_wizardco)

Sapphirebrow
sapphire + brow

Scarcheek
scar + cheek

Scarrune
scar + rune

Scribesoul
scribe + soul

Scribewrit
scribe + writ

Scriptscribe
script + scribe

Scuttlepaw
scuttle + paw

Searsong
sear + song

Seekquest
seek + quest

Seeksong
seek + song

Seeyoulater
see + you + later

Sevenkeys
seven + keys (contributed by Gere)

Shadefriend
shade + friend

Shadetread
shade + tread

Sheathclaw
sheath + claw

Sheenblade
sheen + blade

Shiverlaugh
shiver + laugh

Sighheart
sigh + heart

Sightguard
sight + guard

Silkencloak
silken + cloak

Silverhem
silver + hem

Silvernose
silver + nose

Silverspy
silver + spy

Simplisticseer
simplistic + seer (contributed by Catqueen96_8)

Sinkbite
sink + bite

Skitterpaw
skitter + paw

Sleepingseed
sleeping + seed

Slickmind
slick + mind

Slidecatch
slide + catch

Slinksneak
slink + sneak

Slitsmile
slit + smile

Smileslime
smile + slime

Smilesmith
smile + smith

Smiletruth
smile + truth

Smilewit
smile + wit

Smitebrow
smite + brow

Smugsmile
smug + smile

Snarlbite
snarl + bite

Snarlweed
snarl + weed

Sneerthief
sneer + thief

Sniffbone
sniff + bone

Snotyoghurt
snot + yoghurt (contributed by Ashleywhatever)

Snowsleep
snow + sleep

Soarlark
soar + lark

Sodark
so + dark

Softslither
soft + slither

Somehope
some + hope

Songcave
song + cave

Songlady
song + lady

Songsigher
song + sigher

Songthroat
song + throat

Songtune
song + tune

Soundbake
sound + bake

Soundhorn
sound + horn

Southmoor
south + moor

Southride
south + ride

Southwise
south + wise

Sparkwand
spark + wand

Sparrowdance
sparrow + dance

Spearglance
spear + glance

Sprigblossom
sprig + blossom

Sprigflower
sprig + flower

Sprigleaf
sprig + leaf

Sprigthorn
sprig + thorn

Standwell
stand + well

Sparkflit
spark + flit

Spinwind
spin + wind

Spitooth
spit + tooth

Stealthdart
stealth + dart

Stealthstep
stealth + step

Steelkeep
steel + keep

Steelsmith
steel + smith

Steelsong
steel + song

Steersky
steer + sky

Steerward
steer + ward

Steerwheel
steer + wheel

Stepquick
step + quick

Stewbrain
stew + brain

Stitchfur
stitch + fur

Stitchsoul
stitch + soul

Stonehall
stone + hall

Stoutlock
stout + lock

Straykin
stray + kin

Strayway
stray + way

Strideroad
stride + road

Stumblethief
stumble + thief

Surebrow
sure + brow

Surepike
sure + pike

Sureward
sure + ward

Swiftcaller
swift + caller (contributed by Guddi6)

Swiftshot
swift + shot

Swiftskip
swift + skip

Swiftswum
swift + swum

Swingsinger
swing + singer


Tailbarb
tail + barb

Talebard
tale + bard

Talesmith
tale + smith

Talesoul
tale + soul

Taletongue
tale + tongue

Talonthorn
talon + thorn

Tearsvjoy
tears + of + joy (contributed by Happydance124)

Teasetail
tease + tail

Tendays
ten + days

Tenthday
tenth + day

Thawheart
thaw + heart

Thawsnow
thaw + snow

Thiefclaw
thief + claw

Thiefcloak
thief + cloak

Thiefdark
thief + dark

Thiefgold
thief + gold

Thiefnight
thief + night

Thiefsly
thief + sly

Thiefwill
thief + will

Thiefwise
thief + wise

Thistlebur
thistle + bur

Thornbur
thorn + bur

Thornsnarl
thorn + snarl

Thornthistle
thorn + thistle

Threekeys
three + keys (contributed by Gere)

Threewands
three + wands

Thrumdrum
thrum + drum

Thrushknock
thrush + knock

Thudheart
thud + heart

Tiltsky
tilt + sky

Timenutcake
time + nutcake

Torchsky
torch + sky

Tornsky
torn + sky

Travelboot
travel + boot

Travelpath
travel + path

Tremblepaw
tremble + paw

Trickgrin
trick + grin

Triedntrue
tried + and + true

Tripwind
trip + wind

Truechild
true + child

Trueface
true + face

Truegrin
true + grin

Truespeak
true + speak

Truthbrow
truth + brow

Truthsmith
truth + smith

Truthtongue
truth + tongue

Tunegrass
tune + grass

Turnwheel
turn + wheel

Twicewise
twice + wise

Twinebur
twine + bur

Twitchear
twitch + ear

Twokeys
two + keys (contributed by Gere)


Vaineye
vain + eye

Valesleep
vale + sleep

Venomsmith
venom + smith

Vicestorm
vice + storm


Wagewar
wage + war

Waltztail
waltz + tail

Wanderwhither
wander + whither

Wandsmith
wand + smith

Wandspark
wand + spark

Wanesun
wane + sun

Wanewill
wane + will

Wardcloak
ward + cloak

Wardhand
ward + hand

Warpword
warp + word

Wartchin
wart + chin

Waterroad
water + road

Weakwill
weak + will

Websmith
web + smith

Webweave
web + weave

Wellbeard
well + beard

Wendvale
wend + vale

Weresaur
were- + saur

Wereworm
were- + worm

Whilewell
while + well

Whimheart
whim + heart

Whimwit
whim + wit

Whipsword
whip + sword

Whisplight
whisp + light

Whistlegrass
whistle + grass

Whistleton
whistle + town

Whistletooth
whistle + tooth

Whitecloak
white + cloak

Whitehilt
white + hilt

Whitelyrobin
whitely + robin

Whitewithout
white + without

Whitherwander
whither + wander

Whittlebone
whittle + bone

Whittleclaw
whittle + claw

Whurlwing
whurl + wing

Whywhen
why + when

Wicksmith
wick + smith

Wickstorm
wick + storm

Wickturn
wick + turn

Wickwisp
wick + wisp

Wilewit
wile + wit

Wiltwillow
wilt + willow

Windblownruffian
windblown + ruffian (contributed by Sax0ph0ne6)

Windbrow
wind + brow

Windridge
wind + ridge

Windwest
wind + west

Wingbrow
wing + brow

Wingleaf
wing + leaf

Wingscales
wing + scales

Wingshone
wing + shone (contributed by Pureopal)

Wingwake
wing + wake

Winksure
wink + sure

Winmore
win + more

Winwit
win + wit

Wiseart
wise + art

Wisecloak
wise + cloak

Wisehat
wise + hat

Wiseright
wise + right

Wiserune
wise + rune

Wisewitch
wise + witch

Wishbrow
wish + brow

Wishfly
wish + fly

Wispfog
wisp + fog

Witchcloak
witch + cloak

Witchfriend
witch + friend

Witchlady
witch + lady

Witchward
witch + ward

Witchwart
witch + wart

Witherhand
wither + hand

Witwhisker
wit + whisker

Witword
wit + word

Woodtorch
wood + torch

Woolsmith
wool + smith

Wordstone
word + stone

Wrongtruth
wrong + truth


Yeahright
yeah + right

Yearpast
year + past

Yesrly
yes + really

Incorrections(546)

Key: adj = adjective | adv = adverb | n = noun | v = verb



0ldly
Misspelling: Oldly, spelled with a zero

3lephante
Misspelling: Elephante, spelled with a three

3lton
Misspelling: Elton (name), spelled with a three

3mery
Misspelling: Emery (name), spelled with a three

3rik
Misspelling: Erik (name), spelled with a three

4bigail
Misspelling: Abigail (name), spelled with a four

4ble
Misspelling: Able, spelled with a four

4dele
Misspelling: Adele (name), spelled with a four

4lba
Misspelling: Alba (name), spelled with a four

4lec
Misspelling: Alec (name), spelled with a four

4lly
Misspelling: Ally (name), spelled with a four

4rts
Misspelling: Arts, spelled with a four

4rty
Misspelling: Arty, spelled with a four

4zure
Misspelling: Azure, spelled with a four

5ans
Misspelling: Sans, spelled with a five

5eer
Misspelling: Seer, spelled with a five

5ing
Misspelling: Sing, spelled with a five

5orrow
Misspelling: Sorrow, spelled with a five


Absurdotty
Misspelling: Absurdity

Aksent
Misspelling: Accent

Aliked
Nonce word: v. Made alike (to something)

Allike
Misspelling: Alike

Alw_ys
Missing letter: Always

Anagr_m
Missing letter: Anagram

Angrili
Misspelling: Angrily

Angsteh
Misspelling: Angsty

Antibarbifying
Nonce word: An invented term from the game S.M.E.L.T. (contributed by Foblin)

Apopletic
Misspelling: Apoplectic (contributed by Sweet_carolina)

Archli
Misspelling: Archly

Artfle
Misspelling: Artful

Assassn
Misspelling: Assassin

Aurophonic
Nonce word: An invented term from the game S.M.E.L.T. (contributed by Foblin)


Balefull
Misspelling: Baleful

Bannd
Misspelling: Banned or Band

Bcalm
Misspelling: Becalm

Bekalm
Misspelling: Becalm

Berefte
Misspelling: Bereft

Bfit
Misspelling: Befit

Bfriend
Misspelling: Befriend

Bfriended
Misspelling: Befriended

Bholdn
Misspelling: Beholden

Bitesome
Nonce word: adj. Inclined to bite

Bizns
Misspelling: Business

Bl0ke
Misspelling: Bloke, spelled with a zero

Bl1p
Misspelling: Blip, spelled with a one

Blindnes
Misspelling: Blindness

Blurrb
Misspelling: Blurb

Boldnes
Misspelling: Boldness

Bookmarke
Misspelling: Bookmark

Borrn
Misspelling: Born

Boyling
Nonce word: n. A small boy

Boysenbry
Misspelling: Boysenberry

Bquest
Misspelling: Bequest

Braaaains
Misspelling: Brains

Braain
Misspelling: Brain

Brainlet
Nonce word: n. A small or young brain

Brawnful
Nonce word: adj. Having great strength; brawny

Brushward
Misspelling: Brushwood

Bspoke
Misspelling: Bespoke


Cacopheny
Misspelling: Cacophony (contributed by Sweet_carolina)

Candlewright
Nonce word: n. A maker of candles

Catacooms
Misspelling: Catacombs

Chattrs
Misspelling: Chatters

Cheatly
Nonce word: adv. In the manner of a cheat

Childlet
Nonce word: n. A small or young child

Chooze
Misspelling: Choose

Chronometrograph
Nonce word: An invented term from the game S.M.E.L.T. (contributed by Foblin)

Ckare
Misspelling: Care

Cl1ck
Misspelling: Click, spelled with a one

Cleverli
Misspelling: Cleverly

Cloudbry
Misspelling: Cloudberry

Codi_g
Missing letter: Coding

Coldley
Misspelling: Coldly

Cookd
Misspelling: Cooked

Couard
Misspelling: Coward

Cowerd
Misspelling: Coward

Crackd
Misspelling: Cracked

Craftsmn
Misspelling: Craftsman

Creatcha
Misspelling: Creature

Crewmn
Misspelling: Crewman

Crookd
Misspelling: Crooked

Crysome
Nonce word: adj. Inclined to cry

CSSly
Nonce word: adv. In the manner of CSS

Curlikue
Misspelling: Curlicue


D0dge
Misspelling: Dodge, spelled with a zero

D1p
Misspelling: Dip, spelled with a one

Danceling
Nonce word: n. (diminutive) A small or inexperienced dancer

Danksome
Nonce word: adj. Dank

Darkn_ss
Missing letter: Darkness

Decohration
Misspelling: Decoration

Decride
Misspelling: Decried

Deductn
Misspelling: Deduction

Def4ce
Misspelling: Deface, spelled with a four

Defectiv
Misspelling: Defective

Defekts
Misspelling: Defects

Denizenz
Misspelling: Denizens

Depilator
Nonce word: An invented term from the game S.M.E.L.T. (contributed by Foblin)

Dfied
Misspelling: Defied

Diabolikl
Misspelling: Diabolical

Dimenzion
Misspelling: Dimension

Doctaw
Misspelling: Doctor

Doctrr
Misspelling: Doctor

Dogsheep
Misspelling: Sheepdog

Doooms
Misspelling: Dooms

Dovetale
Misspelling: Dovetail

Downsideup
Nonce word: adj. Upsidedown

Driftward
Misspelling: Driftwood

Druidling
Nonce word: n. A young or inexperienced druid

Drumly
Nonce word: adv. In the manner of a drum

Dubeous
Misspelling: Dubious

Dwarvez
Misspelling: Dwarves


Ehverdine
Misspelling: Everdeen (name) (contributed by Gremlin_007)

Ehzabelle
Misspelling: Isabelle (name) (contributed by Gremlin_007)

Ekstrar
Misspelling: Extra

Electrifide
Misspelling: Electrified

Emploid
Misspelling: Employed

Enejetik
Misspelling: Energetic (contributed by Loveaccomplished)

Errrant
Misspelling: Errant

Errrors
Misspelling: Errors

Everdiene
Misspelling: Everdeen (name) (contributed by Gremlin_007)

Existful
Nonce word: adj. Full of existence


F1b
Misspelling: Fib (a lie), spelled with a one

Failyor
Misspelling: Failure

Fairface
Nonce word: n. One who is fair of face

Fairylet
Nonce word: n. A small or young fairy

Falseful
Nonce word: adj. False

Falsifide
Mispelling: Falsified

Fampires
Misspelling: Vampires

Fandoom
Misspelling: Fandom

Fankless
Misspelling: Thankless

Fasheon
Misspelling: Fashion

Faulteh
Misspelling: Faulty

Featurr
Misspelling: Feature

Ffairies
Misspelling: Fairies

Ffib
Misspelling: Fib (a lie)

Ffie
Misspelling: Fie (used to express distaste, disgust or outrage)

Ffilch
Misspelling: Filch

Ffinch
Misspelling: Finch

Ffir
Misspelling: Fir

Fflit
Misspelling: flit

Ffoh
Misspelling: Foh (an exclamation of abhorrence or contempt)

Ffoto
Misspelling: Photo

Ffrendli
Misspelling: Friendly

Ffur
Misspelling: Fur

Fihter
Misspelling: Fighter

Filmd
Misspelling: Filmed

Fishde
Misspelling: Fished

Fishreman
Misspelling: Fisherman

Flamewright
Nonce word: n. A maker of flames

Flippent
Misspelling: Flippant

Flunnk
Misspelling: Flunk

Fogd
Misspelling: Fogged

Folklaw
Misspelling: Folklore

Follly
Misspelling: Folly

Foremind
Nonce word: n. Forebrain

Forestd
Misspelling: Forested

Forestlore
Nonce word: n. The knowledge or study of the forest

Forev_r
Missing letter: Forever

Forgotn
Misspelling: Forgotten

Forthwrong
Nonce word: adj. Opposite of forthright

Fortifide
Misspelling: Fortified

Fotographic
Misspelling: Photographic

Foundr
Misspelling: Founder

Frownless
Nonce word: adj. Without a frown

Frownsome
Nonce word: adj. Inclined to frown

Fulsely
Misspelling: Falsely

Funguys
Misspelling: Fungi

Fusde
Misspelling: Fused

Fussd
Misspelling: Fussed

Fyntystyc
Misspelling: Fantastic


Galesome
Nonce word: adj. Tending to blow a gale

Gearulated
Nonce word: An invented term from the game S.M.E.L.T. (contributed by Foblin)

Gearwright
Nonce word: n. A maker of gears

Gerrms
Misspelling: Germs

Glahr
Misspelling: Glare (contributed by Go_fred_the_monkey)

Glazedly
Nonce word: adv. In a glazed manner

Glorifide
Misspelling: Glorified

Goodde
Misspelling: Good

Goodns
Misspelling: Goodness

Goosebry
Misspelling: Gooseberry

Griftr
Misspelling: Grifter

Gybberish
Misspelling: Gibberish (contributed by Keyial)


Halmonee
Misspelling: Harmony

Halowyen
Misspelling: Halloween (contributed by Go_fred_the_monkey)

Hapnstance
Misspelling: Happenstance

Hartts
Misspelling: Hearts

Heartwright
Nonce word: n. A maker of hearts

Heroly
Nonce word: adv. In the manner of a hero

Hiftory
Misspelling: History

Highwai
Misspelling: Highway

Hiltly
Nonce word: adv. In the manner of a hilt

Hindmind
Nonce word: n. Hindbrain

Hooever
Misspelling: Whoever

Horne
Misspelling: Horn

Hownds
Misspelling: Hounds

Humoros
Misspelling: Humorous

Humoury
Nonce word: adj. Humorous


Identifide
Misspelling: Identified

Idlesome
Nonce word: adj. Tending to idle

Idlle
Misspelling: Idle

Imagin_
Missing letter: Imagine

Imitatiun
Misspelling: Imitation

Immens
Misspelling: Immense

Impossibl
Misspelling: Impossible

Impresd
Misspelling: Impressed

Impressd
Misspelling: Impressed

Ineligant
Misspelling: Inelegant

Inkredibel
Misspelling: Incredible (contributed by Loveaccomplished)

Innovatori
Misspelling: Innovatory

Inruly
Misspelling: Unruly

Insafe
Misspelling: Unsafe

Insineration
Misspelling: Incineration

Inslaved
Misspelling: Enslaved

Insnair
Misspelling: Insnare

Investigaters
Misspelling: Investigators misspelled

Inwise
Misspelling: Unwise

Inzecte
Misspelling: Insect

Izabbell
Misspelling: Isabelle (name) (contributed by Gremlin_7)

Izabbelle
Misspelling: Isabelle (name) (contributed by Gremlin_007)


Jackdau
Misspelling: Jackdaw

Jakcpot
Misspelling: Jackpot

Jentlemen
Misspelling: Gentlemen

Jestable
Nonce word: adj. Able or suitable to be jested about

Jestment
Nonce word: n. Jesting

Jestrrs
Misspelling: Jesters

Junebry
Misspelling: Juneberry

Justifide
Misspelling: Justified

Justley
Misspelling: Justly


K0ol
Misspelling: Cool, spelled with a zero

Kantrip
Misspelling: Cantrip

Kapitann
Misspelling: Captain (contributed by Niarulz)

Karefulie
Misspelling: Carefully (contributed by Pureopal)

Karvery
Misspelling: Carvery

Kingboat
Nonce word: n. Kingship

Kingfishr
Misspelling: Kingfisher

Klicking
Misspelling: Clicking

Klikks
Misspelling: Clicks

Knation
Misspelling: Nation

Knomes
Misspelling: Gnomes

Knothing
Misspelling: Nothing

Konjuror
Misspelling: Conjurer

Korseir
Misspelling: Corsair

Kwester
Misspelling: Quester

Kwestion
Misspelling: Question

Kyubical
Misspelling: Cubical (contributed by Iosnmitica)


L0on
Misspelling: Loon, spelled with a zero

L1ed
Misspelling: Lied, spelled with a one

Lafftr
Misspelling: Laughter

Laughtre
Misspelling: Laughter

Launchd
Misspelling: Launched

Liesome
Nonce word: adj. Inclined to lie

Lifeliness
Misspelling: Liveliness

Lifeling
Nonce word: n. A person or creature born of life

Liquifide
Misspelling: Liquified

Lossment
Nonce word: Bereavement

Lupelet
Nonce word: n. A small or young Lupe


M0at
Misspelling: Moat, spelled with a zero

M1le
Misspelling: Mile, spelled with a one

M1nd
Misspelling: Mind, spelled with a one

M1sspell
Misspelling: Misspell, spelled with a one

M4te
Misspelling: Mate, spelled with a four

Maddmn
Misspelling: Madman

Madnd
Misspelling: Maddened

Mageful
Nonce word: adj. Like a mage

Magikcs
Misspelling: Magicks

Magikd
Misspelling: Magicked

Majefty
Misspelling: Majesty

Majicean
Misspelling: Magician

Manuoscillating
Nonce word: An invented term from the game S.M.E.L.T. (contributed by Foblin)

Mble
Misspelling: Mumble

Mechanostropic
Nonce word: An invented term from the game S.M.E.L.T. (contributed by Foblin)

Meddlr
Misspelling: Meddler

Meeck
Misspelling: Meek

Meekful
Nonce word: adj. Tending to be meek

Meekh
Misspelling: Meek

Membrains
Misspelling: Membranes

Mercenry
Misspelling: Mercenary

Merrilessment
Nonce word: n. The state of being without merriment

Mildful
Nonce word: adj. Tending to be mild

Minerz
Misspelling: Miners

Mmuffin
Misspelling: Muffin

Mockd
Misspelling: Mocked

Modifide
Misspelling: Modified

Mortifide
Misspelling: Mortified

Mournd
Misspelling: Mourned

Multilenticular
Nonce word: An invented term from the game S.M.E.L.T. (contributed by Foblin)

Mummifide
Misspelling: Mummified

Murkh
Misspelling: Murk


N1cky
Misspelling: Nicky (name), spelled with a one

N3ver
Misspelling: Never, spelled with a three

Ndear
Misspelling: Endear

Neeedle
Misspelling: Needle

Neop_t
Missing letter: Neopet

Newzpaper
Misspelling: Newspaper

Nihtfall
Misspelling: Nightfall

Nnerry
Misspelling: Merry

Nnind
Misspelling: Mind

Nnunch
Misspelling: Munch

Nortikal
Misspelling: Nautical

Notifide
Misspelling: Notified

Nways
Misspelling: Anyways


Obligd
Misspelling: Obliged

Oflline
Misspelling: Offline

Oldlee
Misspelling: Oldly

Orffan
Misspelling: Orphan

Outlett
Misspelling: Outlet

Owletts
Misspelling: Owlets

Owllets
Misspelling: Owlets

Owlling
Misspelling: Owling


Palsome
Nonce word: adj. Tending to be pally

Pennilopie
Misspelling: Penelope (name) (contributed by Gremlin_007)

Peregrein
Misspelling: Peregrine (name)

Perilful
Nonce word: adj. Full of peril; dangerous

Perills
Misspelling: Perils

Petrifide
Misspelling: Petrified

Pinkks
Misspelling: Pinks

Pllott
Misspelling: Plot

Poifon
Misspelling: Poison

Ppink
Misspelling: Pink

Prefixd
Misspelling: Prefixed

Prisonr
Misspelling: Prisoner

Profeffor
Misspelling: Professor

Profpect
Misspelling: Prospect

Prowdly
Misspelling: Proudly

Publsh
Misspelling: Publish

Puddld
Misspelling: Puddled


Qingly
Misspelling: Kingly

Qlimb
Misspelling: Climb

Qrocodile
Misspelling: Crocodile

Qualifide
Misspelling: Qualified

Queenboat
Nonce word: n. Queenship

Questless
Nonce word: adj. Without a quest; lacking a quest

Qwoth
Misspelling: Quoth


R1de
Misspelling: Ride, spelled with a one

Raendrop
Misspelling: Raindrop

Rangerlike
Nonce word: adj. In the manner of a ranger

Ranndm
Misspelling: Random

Rantts
Misspelling: Rants

Rationd
Misspelling: Rationed

Reachr
Misspelling: Reacher

Readr
Misspelling: Reader

Reasond
Misspelling: Reasoned

Reddes
Misspelling: Reds

Retributn
Misspelling: Retribution

Reveiws
Misspelling: Reviews

Rivverse
Misspelling: Reverse (contributed by Loveaccomplished)

Robbrey
Misspelling: Robbery

Roiel
Misspelling: Royal

Roollir
Misspelling: Ruler (contributed by Grantauy)


Sagelet
Nonce word: n. A small or young sage

Sailaw
Misspelling: Sailor

Saucerer
Misspelling: Sorcerer

Sbarrow
Misspelling: Sparrow

Sbotlight
Misspelling: Spotlight

Sc0ot
Misspelling: Scoot, spelled with a zero

Sc0ts
Misspelling: Scots, spelled with a zero

Scareless
Nonce word: adj. Fearless

Sceyle
Misspelling: Scale (contributed by Go_fred_the_monkey)

Scrufd
Misspelling: Scruffed

Sculptur
Misspelling: Sculpture

Scuttlesome
Nonce word: adj. Tending to scuttle

Seasikc
Misspelling: Seasick

Seebirds
Misspelling: Seabirds

Seerlore
Nonce word: n. The knowledge or study of seers

Selebrations
Misspelling: Celebrations

Selfsam
Misspelling: Selfsame

Sh0t
Misspelling: Shot, spelled with a zero

Sh1ne
Misspelling: Shine, spelled with a one

Sh4m
Misspelling: Sham, spelled with a four

Sheeppdog
Misspelling: Sheepdog

Shoemakor
Misspelling: Shoemaker

Shortlive
Nonce word: v. To live a short life; to be shortlived

Shurely
Misspelling: Surely

Sideload
Nonce word: v. To transfer a file sideways

Sighsome
Nonce word: adj. Inclined to sigh

Siklee
Misspelling: Sickly

Simplifide
Misspelling: Simplified

Siteweb
Misspelling: Website

Sityscape
Misspelling: Cityscape

Skarce
Misspelling: Scarce

Skateboreder
Misspelling: Skateboarder

Skathing
Misspelling: Scathing

Skoffer
Misspelling: Scoffer

Skoobido
Misspelling: Scooby Doo (contributed by Go_fred_the_monkey)

Skoolgirl
Misspelling: Schoolgirl

Skools
Misspelling: Schools

Skrahpi
Misspelling: Scrappy (contributed by Go_fred_the_monkey)

Skrapper
Misspelling: Scrapper

Skuffed
Misspelling: Scuffed

Slidness
Nonce word: n. Slidiness; slipperiness

Slybie
Nonce word: n. One who is sly

Smirkeh
Misspelling: Smirky

Smithhs
Misspelling: Smiths

Smylly
Misspelling: Smiley

Snadch
Misspelling: Snatch

Snatchr
Misspelling: Snatcher

Snidch
Misspelling: Snitch

Snideful
Nonce word: adj. Snide, derisive, deceitful

Snnakes
Misspelling: Snakes

Snorrs
Misspelling: Snores

Somewun
Misspelling: Someone

Somthing
Misspelling: Something

Songwright
Nonce word: n. A maker of songs

Sonitometer
Nonce word: An invented term from the game S.M.E.L.T. (contributed by Foblin)

Soph1e
Misspelling: Sophie (name), spelled with a one

Soulfulli
Misspelling: Soulfully

Sp1der
Misspelling: Spider, spelled with a one

Spellkastor
Misspelling: Spellcaster

Spellwright
Nonce word: n. A maker of spells

Spidrr
Misspelling: Spider

Sprigling
Nonce word: n. A young or small person

Spysome
Nonce word: adj. Spy-like

Ssafe
Misspelling: Safe

Sself
Misspelling: Self

Ssidness
Nonce word: n. The state of being Sid

Ssouth
Misspelling: South

Starecrow
Misspelling: Scarecrow

Stonewright
Nonce word: n. A maker of or with stone

Streetwize
Misspelling: Streetwise

Struckawe
Misspelling: Awestruck

Stupefide
Misspelling: Stupefied

Subterfuje
Misspelling: Subterfuge

Sumthings
Misspelling: Somethings

Sungful
Nonce word: adj. Tending to have been sung

Superpowr
Misspelling: Superpower

Sureline
Misspelling: Shoreline

Surfr
Misspelling: Surfer

Swordkraft
Misspelling: Swordcraft

Swordsmn
Misspelling: Swordsman

Swymmer
Misspelling: Swimming


T0on
Misspelling: Toon, spelled with a zero

T1de
Misspelling: Tide, spelled with a one

Talewright
Nonce word: n. A maker of tales

Talkful
Nonce word: adj. Full of talk; talkative

Teachr
Misspelling: Teacher

Teethly
Nonce word: adj. Toothy

Telectroscopic
Nonce word: An invented term from the game S.M.E.L.T. (contributed by Foblin)

Tellly
Misspelling: Telly

Tempoflecting
Nonce word: An invented term from the game S.M.E.L.T. (contributed by Foblin)

Tenff
Misspelling: Tenth

Tereble
Misspelling: Terrible

Terebly
Misspelling: Terribly

Terrifide
Misspelling: Terrified

Thancks
Misspelling: Thanks

Thieff
Misspelling: Thief

Thieffs
Misspelling: Thieves

Thieflet
Nonce word: n. A small or young thief

Thiefsome
Nonce word: adj. Thief-like

Thievesome
Nonce word: adj. Inclined to thieve

Thirtenth
Misspelling: Thirteenth

Thirti
Misspelling: Thirty

Threwing
Misspelling: Throwing

Thurzdey
Misspelling: Thursday (contributed by Go_fred_the_monkey)

Thwartd
Misspelling: Thwarted

Tidelore
Nonce word: n. The knowledge or study of the tide

Torchh
Misspelling: Torch

Townly
Nonce word: adv. In the manner of a town

Trackd
Misspelling: Tracked

Trackor
Misspelling: Tracker

Trainnee
Misspelling: Trainee (contributed by Kestriae)

Trappd
Misspelling: Trapped

Traytors
Misspelling: Traitors

Trespas
Misspelling: Trespass

Trespasse
Misspelling: Trespass

Trialz
Misspelling: Trials

Trihb
Misspelling: Tribe

Trikcs
Misspelling: Tricks

Trllly
Misspelling: Truly (contributed by Lightnsoundshow)

Trnn
Misspelling: Turn(contributed by The_art_pad)

Trustworthi
Misspelling: Trustworthy (contributed by Go_fred_the_monkey)

Truthlore
Nonce word: n. The knowledge or study of truth

Tuzeday
Misspelling: Tuesday (contributed by Go_fred_the_monkey)

Twellf
Misspelling: Twelfth

Twinbry
Misspelling: Twinberry

Typi_g
Missing letter: Typing


Unaptitude
Misspelling: Inaptitude

Undefensible
Misspelling: Indefensible

Unexpert
Misspelling: Inexpert

Unfog
Nonce word: v. To remove the moisture or fog from; to defog

Unfri
Misspelling: Unfree

Unhingd
Misspelling: Unhinged

Unifide
Misspelling: Unified

Unlucki
Misspelling: Unlucky

Unmusic
Nonce word: adj. That which is not music


Vaforite
Misspelling: Favorite

Vashions
Misspelling: Fashions

Verbly
Nonce word: adv. In the manner of a verb

Verevolf
Misspelling: Werewolf

Verssed
Misspelling: Versed

Villainlike
Nonce word: adj. Resembling or characteristic of a villain

Vizibility
Misspelling: Visibility

Vizitor
Misspelling: Visitor


W0rry
Misspelling: Worry, spelled with a zero

W1le
Misspelling: Wile, spelled with a one

W1ll
Misspelling: Will, spelled with a one

W1lliam
Misspelling: William (name), spelled with a one

W1nk
Misspelling: Wink, spelled with a one

Walksleep
Misspelling: Sleepwalk

Wandrer
Misspelling: Wanderer

Wandwright
Nonce word: n. A maker of wands

Warrt
Misspelling: Wart

Watchd
Misspelling: Watched

Weakk
Misspelling: Weak

Webbd
Misspelling: Webbed

Webcomik
Misspelling: Webcomic

Weblore
Nonce word: n. The knowledge or study of the web, or of webs

Websights
Misspelling: Websites

Weeknds
Misspelling: Weekends

Weerde
Misspelling: Weird

Weerdness
Misspelling: Weirdness

Welcoom
Misspelling: Welcome

Werewilf
Misspelling: Werewolf

Wh1m
Misspelling: Whim, spelled with a one

Wharff
Misspelling: Wharf

Whinj
Misspelling: Whinge

Whistls
Misspelling: Whistles

Wiisps
Misspelling: Wisps

Wilez
Misspelling: Wiles

Willt
Misspelling: Wilt

Wimsikul
Misspelling: Whimsical (contributed by Go_fred_the_monkey)

Winksome
Nonce word: adj. Tending to wink

Wisedoom
Misspelling: Wisdom

Wisesome
Nonce word: adj. Tending to be wise

Wittili
Misspelling: Wittily

Wittnee
Misspelling: Whitney (name) (contributed by Gremlin_007)

Wizardhazel
Misspelling: Witchhazel

Wizardlet
Nonce word: n. A small or young wizard

Wizeli
Misspelling: Wisely

Wolfbry
Misspelling: Wolfberry

Wondrrful
Misspelling: Wonderful

Woolln
Misspelling: Woolen

Wordd
Misspelling: Word

Wordly
Nonce word: adv. In the manner of words

Worldley
Misspelling: Worldly

Worncare
Misspelling: Careworn

Worthwile
Misspelling: Worthwhile

Writerling
Nonce word: n. (diminutive) A young or inexperienced writer

Wurthy
Misspelling: Worthy


Youngsta
Misspelling: Youngster


Zeriously
Misspelling: Seriously

Zkunk
Misspelling: Skunk

Znowfall
Misspelling: Snowfall

Zpace
Misspelling: Space

Zpecials
Misspelling: Specials

Ztealthy
Misspelling: Stealthy

Zunrays
Misspelling: Sunrays

Multilingual RW(596)

Please be aware that I don't read or speak any of the languages used here - I use online dictionaries to find these names. I apologise for any mistakes.

I'm always open to suggestions as to which languages to try next.

Key: adj = adjective | adv = adverb | n = noun | v = verb



Achwayi
Chamicuro for (adj.) Sluggish

Afundu
Aromanian for (adj.) Deep

Agjatoi
Karelian for (adj.) Endless

Amebiano
Spanish for (adj.) Amoebic

Amizants
Latvian for (adj.) Amusing, funny, entertaining

Amorfs
Latvian for (adj.) Amorphous

Antarktisks
Latvian for (adj.) Antarctic (relating to, or typical of, Antarctica)

Aoute
Guernésiais for (adj.) 1. Other, 2. Another

Aratse
Aromanian for (adj.) Cold

Arktilline
Karelian for (adj.) Arctic

Arktisks
Latvian for (adj.) Arctic (relating to, or typical of, the Arctic)

Aroshu
Aromanian for (adj.) Red

Arvoine
Karelian for (adj.) Worth

Atuarpoq
Greenlandic for (v.) To read

Avtograf
Crimean Tatar for (n.) Autograph

Ayukpa
Chickasaw for 1. (v.) To be happy, 2. (adj.) Happy


Badinilud
Volapük for (n.) Suspicion

Bafaxa
Mapudungun for (n.) Toad

Bagaf
Volapük for (n.) Paragraph

Bajloz
Albanian for (n.) Giant

Balbatar
Cimbrian for (adj.) Stammering

Baldaken
Esperanto for (n.) Canopy

Bamende
Mandarin for (n.) Doorkeeper

Banalny
Polish for (adj.) Banal

Banchieru
Corsican for (n.) Banker

Banorem
Volapük for (n.) Panorama

Barrikada
Crimean Tatar for (n.) Barricade

Batalyon
Crimean Tatar for (n.) Battalion

Bediener
Dutch for (n.) Operator

Beklimmer
Dutch for (n.) Climber

Bewfv
Mapudungun for (n.) River

Bidiek
Bau Bidayuh for (n.) Porcupine

Biedik
Volapük for (n.) Bitter taste

Bienadomil
Volapük for (n.) Beehive

Biolinero
Aragonese for (n.) Violinist

Blindat
Catalan for (adj.) Armoured

Blondeado
Ladino for (adj.) Fair-haired

Bolestan
Serbo-Croation for (adj.) Sick, ill

Boscurd
Dalmatian for (n.) Liar

Bouan
Guernésiais for (adj.) Good

Brandgulur
Faroese for (adj.) Orange

Branzain
Dalmatian for (n.) Sea bass

Brigdiligur
Faroese for (adj.) Variable, mutable

Broadel
Breton for (adj.) National

Browsyon
Cornish for (n.) Crumbs

Bualp
Dalmatian for (n.) Fox

Buarca
Dalmatian for (n.) Boat, ship

Buasc
Dalmatian for (n.) Wood

Bubulcus
Latin for (n.) Ploughman

Bufafenzi
Mandarin for (n.) Lawless person

Busuioc
Romanian for (n.) Basil (plant)


Caontent
Guernésiais for (adj.) Pleased

Capilocu
Corsican for (n.) Capital

Carnoit
Dalmatian for (n.) Viper

Cemiterios
Portuguese for (n.) Graveyards, cemeteries (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Chalaka
Cahuilla for (n.) Horned lizard

Chekivel
Cahuilla for (n.) Diapers

Chokma
Chickasaw for 1. (adj.) Good, 2. (adv.) Well, 3. (interjection) Hello

Chymbla
Cornish for (n.) Chimney

Cicoluota
Dalmatian for (n.) Chocolate

Circitor
Latin for (n.) Patrol

Coamichin
Classical Nahuatl for (n.) Eel (contributed by Foblin)

Comovida
Portuguese for (adj., f.) Moved (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Componente
Portuguese for (n.) Component (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Comuns
Portuguese for (n.) Commons (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Conceitos
Portuguese for (n.) Concepts (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Conselhos
Portuguese for (n.) Advice, councels (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Consequencia
Portuguese for (n.) Fate, consequence (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Consolavel
Portuguese for (adj.) Consolable (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Conspiracao
Portuguese for (n.) Conspiracy (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Construida
Portuguese for (v., f.) Constructed, build (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Construido
Portuguese for (v., m.) Constructed, build (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Continuu
Romanian for (adj.) Continuous

Conulaf
Mapudungun for (n.) Pigeon

Convenible
Spanish for (adj.) Suitable, right

Conversivel
Portuguese for (adj.) Conversible (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Conversas
Portuguese for (n.) Conversations (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Costelas
Portuguese for (n., f.) Ribs (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Cotschen
Romansch for (adj.) Red

Couvaert
Guernésiais for (adj.) Overcast

Cunnosce
Corsican for (v.) To know


Dangeraeux
Guernésiais for (adj.) Dangerous

Dedikado
Ladino for (adj.) Dedicated

Depentaur
Dalmatian for (n.) Painter

Dermun
Dalmatian for (n.) 1. Wood, 2. Bark

Desafilado
Spanish for (adj.) (of an edge) Dull

Despreciativo
Spanish for (adj.) 1. Scornful, 2. Derogatory

Devezh
Breton for (n.) 1. Day, 2. Daytime

Dictionarium
Latin for (n.) Dictionary

Difamatorio
Spanish for (adj.) Defamatory

Diletante
Spanish for (n.) Dilettante

Dilleachd
Scottish Gaelic for (n.) Orphan

Djulete
Walloon for (n.) July

Djusse
Walloon for (adj.) Correct

Djusta
Ladino for (adj.) Correct, exact

Djusto
Ladino for (adj.) Correct, exact

Doktoro
Esperanto, Ido and Novial for (n.) Doctor

Domalan
Crimean Tatar for (n.) Truffle

Doofheid
Dutch for (n.) Deafness

Dotuar
Dalmatian for (n.) Doctor, medic

Douarek
Breton for (adj.) 1. Earthy, 2. Earthly

Dourek
Breton for (adj.) 1. Watery, aquatic, hydrated, 2. Humid

Douryar
Breton for (n.) Moorhen

Dowrgy
Cornish for (n.) Otter

Dregns
Latvian for (adj.) (weather) Cold and humid

Drenek
Cornish for (adj.) Thorny

Duilleag
Scottish Gaelic for (n.) 1. Leaf, 2. Page

Dultse
Aromanian for (adj.) Sweet

Dumetum
Latin for (n.) Thicket

Dyezena
Ladino for (adj.) Quantity of ten, tenth

Dyskador
Cornish for (n.) A male teacher

Dyskadores
Cornish for (n.) A female teacher

Dzeltains
Latvian for (adj.) Yellow


Eaxlegespann
Old English for (n.) Crosspiece, crossbar

Ebeulez
Breton for (n.) Filly

Eccav
Crimean Tatar for (n.) Satirist

Ecelent
Friulian for (adj.) Excellent

Ecdat
Crimean Tatar for (n.) Ancestor

Einfaldur
Faroese for (adj.) Simple

Elifbe
Crimean Tatar for (n.) Alphabet

Endjunto
Ladino for (adj.) Together

Enezour
Breton for (n.) Islander

Enkantado
Ladino for (adj.) Astonished

Eoforlic
Old English for (n.) (poetic) Boar image, figurine of a boar

Eontr
Breton (n.) Uncle

Eosaurio
Spanish for (n.) Eosaurus (contributed by Foblin)

Eqaluk
Greenlandic for (n.) Trout

Eredmeny
Hungarian for (n.) Result, outcome

Erneq
Greenlandic for (n.) Son

Escorchar
Aragonese for (v.) To skin

Etajate
Romanian for (adj.) Placed in vertical columns (contributed by Fasty1245)


Facain
Dalmatian for (n.) Porter

Famalja
Dalmatian for (n.) Family

Familh
Breton for (n.) Family

Fanyiyuan
Mandarin for (n.) Interpreter

Fastaide
Dalmatian for (n.) Nuisance, inconvenience, bother, annoyance, tiresomeness

Fataica
Dalmatian for (n.) Effort, hard work, fatigue, difficulty

Feixingshu
Mandarin for (n.) Airmanship

Ferbint
Friulian for (adj.) 1. Piquant, 2. Fiery, hot, 3. Fervid, keen, 4. Biting

Ferraghju
Corsican for (n.) February

Ffrengig
Welsh for (adj.) French, pertaining to France

Fistulator
Latin for (n.) Piper

Fjarur
Faroese for (adj.) Far, distant

Flavgriza
Esperanto for (n.) Beige

Flojere
Albanian for (n.) Flute

Folcstede
Old English for (n.) (poetic) Public place, meeting-place

Foldbuend
Old English for (n.) One who lives on the land; and earth-dweller, a man

Folositor
Romanian for (adj.) Useful

Formidabil
Romanian for (adj.) Formidable

Framgang
Swedish for (n.) (an individual piece of) Progress; a success

Frumsceaft
Old English for (n.) 1. Creation (abstract concept or created thing), 2. Origin, original place or state

Frutro
Dalmatian for (n.) Brother

Fuart
Friulian for (adj.) 1. Strong, tough, 2. Loud

Funigel
Romanian for (n.) Gossamer


Gaforre
Albanian for (n.) 1. Crab, 2. (astrology) One born under the sign of Cancer

Galbin
Aromanian for (adj.) Yellow

Geardagas
Old English for (n.) Olden days, days of yore

Geatwa
Old English for (n.) 1. Equipment, 2. Trappings

Gegncwide
Old English for (n.) Answer, reply

Gejoel
Dutch for (n.) Outcry, clamour

Geldstuk
Dutch for (n.) Coin (a piece of currency)

Geriadur
Breton for (n.) Dictionary

Gerlyver
Cornish for (n.) Dictionary

Gesieltan
Old English for (v.) To salt

Gesweostor
Old English for (n.) Sisters

Ghjacciu
Corsican for (n.) Ice cream

Ghjovi
Corsican for (n.) Thursday

Ghjugnu
Corsican for (n.) June

Giardinu
Corsican for (n.) Garden

Gigantisks
Latvian for (adj.) Gigantic, enormous, huge

Girogot
Bau Bidayuh for (n.) Silverfish

Girongan
Bau Bidayuh for (n.) Rainbow

Glacjalny
Polish for (adj.) Glacial

Gnasen
Cornish for (n.) Trait

Gopraer
Breton for (n.) 1. Mercenary, 2. (by exension) Employee

Gouelan
Breton for (n.) Seagull

Goulenn
Breton for (n.) Question

Grangou
Haitian Creole for 1. (n.) Hunger, 2. (adj.) Hungry

Granxa
Galician for (n.) Farm

Grezns
Latvian for (adj.) Splendid, luxurious, rich

Grisenc
Catalan for (adj.) Greyish

Gumcynn
Old English for (n.) (poetic) 1. Mankind, 2. Race, nation

Gundul
Indonesian for (adj.) Bald (having no hair)

Gunorta
1. Turkmen for (n.) South, 2. Azeri for (n.) Noon, midday

Gustul
Volapük for (n.) August (month)

Gwadgi
Breton for (n.) Bloodhound

Gwezh
Breton for (n.) (literary) Time, instance

Gwibes
Cornish for (n.) Gnats, midges

Gwiver
Cornish for (n.) Wire

Gwlascor
Cornish for (n.) Kingdom

Gwragh
Cornish for (n.) 1. Old woman, 2. Witch

Gwyrdh
Cornish for (adj.) Green

Gwythi
Cornish for (n.) (anatomy) Veins


Hacendoso
Spanish for (adj.) Industrious

Handboei
Dutch for (n.) Handcuff

Hangkong
Mandarin for (n.) Aviation

Headfod
Old English for (n.) Headland

Heahstede
Old English for (n.) (poetic) High, or important, place; promontory

Heahweg
Old English for (n.) Highway, road between towns

Heregrima
Old English for (n.) (poetic) Battle-mask, helmet

Herumetto
Japanese for (n.) A helmet

Himitta
Chickasaw for (adj.) New

Hleorberg
Old English for (n.) Cheek-guard (on a helmet)

Hostelero
Spanish for 1. (adj.) Of or pertaining to an inn, 2. (n.) Innkeeper

Hringedstefna
Old English for (n.) (poetic) Curve-prowed ship, ringed vessel

Hronfisc
Old English for (n.) Whale

Hropan
Old English for (v.) To call

Hunwet
Cahuilla for (n.) Bear

Hvassur
Faroese for (adj.) Sharp

Hweg
Cornish for (adj.) 1. Sweet, 2. Gentle, kind, pleasant, 3. Dear (in letters)

Hwyrft
Old English for (n.) 1. Revolution, turning, circuit, orbit, 2. Movement, motion, course


Icviye
Crimean Tatar for (n.) Satire

Iebalts
Latvian for (adj.) Partially white; having white or light spots

Iemelns
Latvian for (adj.) Blackish; with black tones

Iertare
Romanian for (n.) 1. Forgiveness, pardon, 2. Excuse

Ieruds
Latvian for (adj.) a little reddish yellow; brownish yellow with a tone of red

Iesarkans
Latvian for (adj.) Reddish; light red; a little red

Iesirms
Latvian for (adj.) (of hair, beard, etc.) A little gray; graying; grayish

Iezilgans
Latvian for (adj.) Bluish; a little blue; with bluish tones

Iezils
Latvian for (adj.) Bluish; a little blue; with bluish tones

Ikinngut
Greenlandic for (n.) Friend

Imilhlha
Chickasaw for (adj.) 1. Afraid, 2. Wild

Inconsolavel
Portuguese for (adj.) Inconsolable (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Injustificable
Spanish for (adj.) Unjustifiable

Interesants
Latvian for (adj.) Interesting

Izcils
Latvian for (adj.) 1. (of people) Great, excellent, outstanding, 2. Great, excellent, outstanding


Jankurna
Martuthunira for (n.) Emu

Jarrkurti
Martuthunira for (n.) Three

Jaunlaiku
Latvian for (adj.) Modern, recent (typical of the current time period)

Jautrs
Latvian for (adj.) Cheerful, merry; quick, playful; funny; joyful

Jianzhushi
Mandarin for (n.) Architect

Jishuyuan
Mandarin for (n.) Technician

Jonkvil
Esperanto for (n.) Jonquil

Juarbol
Dalmatian for (n.) Tree

Juorukello
Finnish for (n.) 1. Telltale, 2. Gossip

Justificable
Spanish for (adj.) Justifiable

Juwayu
Martuthunira for (n.) Hand

Juwayumarta
Martuthunira for (n.) Doctor


Kafeidian
Mandarin for (n.) Cafe

Kalavaas
Cahuilla for (n.) Pumpkin

Kalnains
Latvian for (adj.) (of places) Mountainous, hilly

Kamalawa
Chamicuro for (adj.) White

Kapabl
Esperanto for (adj.) Capable

Kaputil
Cahuilla for (n.) A small, round basket

Kariofilo
Esperanto for (n.) Clove

Kashtakulu
Chamicuro for (adj.) Stubborn

Kaskaha
Choctaw for 1. (n.) Sourness; acidity, 2. (adj.) Sour, acid, 3. (v.) To sour

Kastanjebrun
Swedish for (adj.) Auburn

Kattarhali
Old Norse for (n.) A cat's tail

Kavaayu
Cahuilla for (n.) Horse

Kawkunill
Cahuilla for (n.) Pocket, purse

Kechish
Cahuilla for (n.) A species of lizard

Kelawat
Cahuilla for (n.) Wood, tree

Keliedik
Volapük for (adj.) 1. Sympathetic, 2. Compassionate

Keurmerk
Dutch for (n.) Seal of approval

Keyish
Cahuilla for (n.) A sore

Kienyeji
Swahili for (adj.) Traditional

Kilhog
Breton for (n.) Rooster

Kleinbaas
Afrikaans for (n.) Little master

Kobmol
Cornish for (n.) Clouds

Kolporti
Esperanto for (v.) Hawk, peddle

Komediya
Crimean Tatar for (n.) Comedy

Komfortabls
Latvian for (adj.) Comfortable, convenient

Komisks
Latvian for (adj.) Comical, humorous, funny

Koninkryk
Afrikaans for (n.) Kingdom

Konstgjord
Swedish for (adj.) Artificial

Kontralt
Esperanto for (n.) Contralto

Kosewa
Chamicuro for (adj.) Black

Kosuong
Bau Bidayuh for (n.) Dog

Koumoul
Breton for (n.) Clouds

Kukupil
Cahuilla for (n.) A sleepy person, sleepyhead

Kulkutauti
Finnish for (n.) Epidemic, plague

Kupanill
Cahuilla for (n.) A kind of woodpecker


Landbuend
Old English for (n.) Land-dweller, native

Landfruma
Old English for (n.) (poetic) Ruler of the land, king

Landsmann
German for (n.) Fellow country-man

Laouen
Breton for 1. (adj.) Happy, 2. (adv.) Willingly, gladly

Lapang
Indonesian for (adj.) 1. Wide, 2. Spacious

Lasowi
Kashubian for (adj.) 1. Woodsy, 2. Outdoorsy

Lebreiro
Galician for (n.) Hound, hunting dog

Lempinimi
Finnish for (n.) Nickname; familiar, invented given name

Leseesel
Norwegian for (n.) Reading donkey (contributed by Fasty1245)

Lezenn
Breton for (n.) Law

Liegik
Volapük for (adj.) Rich

Lietains
Latvian for (adj.) Rainy

Llevadero
Spanish for (adj.) 1. Tolerable, 2. Entertaining

Ludimagister
Latin for (n.) Schoolmaster

Lugliu
Corsican for (n.) July


Maalluvaa
Sinhala for (n.) Fish

Machewa
Chamicuro for 1. (n.) Forest, 2. (adj.) Bad

Machil
Cahuilla for (n.) Tick, flea

Maghju
Corsican for (n.) May

Mamluki
Swahili for (adj.) Mercenary (motivated by private gain)

Manatsa
Chamicuro for (adj.) Blind

Manisall
Cahuilla for (n.) A small kind of scorpion

Mantan
Indonesian for (adj.) Former (previous)

Marmeleiro
Galician for (n.) Quince tree

Maxayill
Cahuilla for (n.) The mourning dove

Mayxal
Cahuilla for (n.) A kind of small lizard

Mazalozo
Ladino for (adj.) Happy

Mchoyo
Swahili for (adj.) Selfish

Meizhouren
Mandarin for (n.) American; the people of the continents of North and South America

Melkinill
Cahuilla for (n.) Music

Melkinipi
Cahuilla for (n.) Musical instrument

Mensaxeiro
Galician for (n.) Messenger

Merkurdie
Novial for (n.) Wednesday

Meshared
Ladino for (n.) Servant

Miegains
Latvian for (adj.) Sleepy, slow

Mielipaha
Finnish for (n.) Dismay (contributed by Pitke)

Miriep
Bau Bidayuh for (adj.) Hungry

Mocador
Catalan and Occitan for (n.) Handkerchief

Mocassim
Portuguese for (n.) Moccasin (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Modernizar
Spanish for (v.) To modernize

Modgehygd
Old English for (n.) (poetic) Thought, intention

Modrs
Latvian for (adj.) 1. Vigilant, watchful, alert, 2. Active, busy, lively)

Moltrein
Afrikaans for (n.) Subway

Monarhiya
Crimean Tatar for (n.) Monarchy

Moralny
Polish for (adj.) Moral

Morhogh
Cornish for (n.) Dolphin, porpoise

Moryonen
Cornish for (n.) Ant

Muallim
Crimean Tatar for (n.) Teacher

Muasca
Dalmatian for (n.) Fly (insect)

Muced
Romanian for (adj.) Moldy, musty

Muhulill
Cahuilla for (n.) Mosquito

Mundgripe
Old English for (n.) (poetic) Grasp, hand-grip

Mundrs
Latvian for (adj.) Lively, vibrant, energetic, alert

Muntagnard
Romansch for (adj.) Mountain-dwelling

Mushat
Aromanian for (adj.) 1. Beautiful, 2. Handsome

Myrgh
Cornish for (n.) 1. Daughter, 2. Girl


Nachhut
German for (n.) Rearguard

Nadejny
Czech for (adj.) Promising, hopeful

Nawishmal
Cahuilla for (n.) Girl

Naxaluvel
Cahuilla for (n.) Old man

Nayxal
Cahuilla for (n.) A kind of large lizard

Neahbuend
Old English for (n.) Neighbour

Neahgebur
Old English for (n.) Neighbour

Necinstit
Romanian for (adj.) Dishonest

Neergang
Dutch for (n.) Downfall

Nespodrs
Latvian for (adj.) Dull, lackluster (not shiny)

Nishlluvel
Cahuilla for (n.) Old woman

Nitedik
Volapük for (adj.) Interesting

Nittaki
Chickasaw for (adj.) Early in the morning

Njirlu
Aromanian for (adj.) Blue

Nobiembre
Aragonese for (n.) November

Notstand
German for (n) (state of) Emergency; urgent need

Novanm
Haitian Creole for (n.) November

Noyabr
Crimean Tatar for (n.) November

Nuvembre
Corsican (n.) November


Oavbruten
Swedish for (adj.) Continuous

Objetor
Spanish for (n.) Objector

Obraznic
Romanian for (adj.) 1. Arrogant, cheeky, 2. Disrespectful

Obriga
Galician for (n.) Obligation

Obsequens
Latin for (adj.) Amenable

Ogromny
Polish for (adj.) Immense, huge

Oighre
Scottish Gaelic for (n.) Heir, inheritor

Ojituerto
Spanish for (adj.) Cross-eyed

Omroep
Dutch for (n.) Broadcaster

Onbruik
Dutch for (n.) Disuse

Ondank
Dutch for (n.) Ingratitude, lack of gratitude

Orixinal
Galician for (n.) Original

Orkestro
Esperanto for (n.) Orchestra

Osmijeh
Serbo-Croation for (n.) Smile

Osuop
Bau Bidayuh for (n.) Lung

Oxhea
Walloon for (n.) (anatomy) Bone


Paayish
Cahuilla for (n.) Morning, dawn, daybreak

Pakarwa
Mapudungun for (n.) Frog

Palaura
Dalmatian for (n.) Word

Pamamall
Cahuilla for (n.) A blind canyon

Panadeiro
Galician for (n.) Baker

Panatteru
Corsican for (n.) Baker

Parraguesa
Galician for (n.) Mantis

Pasakains
Latvian for (adj.) 1. Fantastic (as in fairy tales), 2. Fabulous

Paserain
Dalmatian for (n.) Bird

Pasivat
Cahuilla for (n.) Knife, sword

Pasukat
Cahuilla for (n.) Horse

Pedrazo
Galician for (n.) Hailstone

Pengren
Mandarin for (n.) Cookery

Perlahan
Indonesian for 1. (adj.) Slow (in motion), 2. (adv.) Slowly

Peshkado
Ladino for (n.) Fish

Pexegueiro
Galician for (n.) Peach tree

Pexhon
Walloon for (n.) Fish

Picapeixe
Galician for (n.) Kingfisher (bird)

Pigrities
Latin for (n.) Laziness, indolence

Pinvidik
Breton for (adj.) Rich, wealthy

Pirungang
Bau Bidayuh for (n.) Mosquito

Plappern
German for (v.) Babble

Pleidik
Volapük for (adj.) Proud

Plemienny
Polish for (adj.) Tribal

Pluaja
Dalmatian for (n.) Rain

Podobny
Polish for (adj.) Similar; alike

Poledne
Czech for (n.) Midday, noon

Poludnie
Polish for (n.) 1. Noon, midday, 2. South

Popierius
Lithuanian for (n.) Paper

Porhel
Cornish for (n.) Pig

Porhellik
Cornish for (n.) Piglet (baby pig)

Prednik
Slovene for (n.) Ancestor

Prescindible
Spanish for (adj.) Expendable; dispensable

Propekulo
Esperanto for (n.) Scapegoat

Pulmish
Cahuilla for (n.) Nighthawk

Puruot
Bau Bidayuh for (adj.) Fat

Pympbys
Cornish for (n.) Starfish


Qajoq
Greenlandic for (n.) Soup

Qapqan
Crimean Tatar for (n.) Trap

Qarsoq
Greenlandic for (n.) Arrow

Qarsut
Greenlandic for (n.) Arrow

Qawish
Cahuilla for (n.) Rock, mountain

Qellaka
Cahuilla for (n.) Cold (illness)

Qichill
Cahuilla for (n.) Money

Qimmeq
Greenlandic for (n.) Dog

Qinnut
Greenlandic for (n.) Bean

Qoyan
Crimean Tatar for (n.) Rabbit

Quanbu
Mandarin for (adj.) Entire; whole

Quanqiu
Mandarin for (n.) The whole world


Radiogolf
Dutch for (n.) Radio wave

Rantsoen
Dutch for (n.) Ration

Rasains
Latvian for (adj.) Dewy (covered with dew)

Rasaun
Dalmatian for (n.) Reason

Ratuga
Occitan for (n.) Mouse

Rauds
Latvian for (adj.) Brownish red; reddish; red-haired

Reconocido
Spanish for (adj.) Recognised

Redekunde
Dutch for (n.) Rhetoric

Redingot
Esperanto for (n.) Frock-coat

Redzams
Latvian for (adj.) Visible, apparent, obvious

Refrakti
Esperanto for (v.) Refract

Reloxeiro
Galician for (n.) Watchmaker

Remarka
Crimean Tatar for (n.) Remark

Renovador
Spanish for (adj.) Renewing, describing renewal

Reordberend
Old English for (n.) 'Voice-bearer', person

Repagula
Latin for (n.) Bolts, bars

Repraesentatio
Latin for (n.) Representation

Rezistanco
Esperanto for (n.) Resistance

Ribuoh
Bau Bidayuh for (n.) Eagle

Riimukirjain
Finnish for (n.) Rune

Rijbaan
Dutch for (n.) Carriageway

Rijdier
Dutch for (n.) A riding-animal or mount, a domesticated animal used to carry a rider on its back, as opposed to pets, draught animals and wild animals

Rimota
Bau Bidayuh for (n.) Leech

Rimoung
Bau Bidayuh for (n.) 1. Panther, 2. Tiger

Ritarillinen
Finnish for (adj.) Chivalrous, gallant

Rondaina
Dalmatian for (n.) Swallow (bird)

Rondreis
Dutch for (n.) Tour

Ruangao
Mandarin for (n.) Ointment

Rubinowy
Polish for (adj.) 1. Of or relating to ruby, 2. Ruby colour

Rudhvelyn
Cornish for (adj.) Orange

Ruwheid
Dutch for (n.) Roughness, crudity


Saeur
Guernésiais for (adj.) Sure, certain

Salns
Latvian for (adj.) (typically of horse hair) Roan-coloured

Saltimbanqui
Spanish for (n.) Acrobat (contributed by Foblin)

Sammartinu
Corsican for (n.) Snail

Sarratura
Corsican for (n.) Lock

Saturdie
Novial for (n.) Saturday

Saulains
Latvian for (adj.) Sunny

Saxamal
Cahuilla for (n.) A kind of willow

Saxat
Cahuilla for (n.) Willow

Schinos
Aromanian for (adj.) Spiny, thorny

Schnippisch
German for (adj.) Snappish, uppish

Searuhabbend
Old English for (n.) (poetic) Armed warrior

Serbestlik
Crimean Tatar for (n.) Freedom, liberty

Shirjianh
Mandarin for (n.) Practice

Shizhong
Mandarin for (n.) Clock

Shobbokoli
Chickasaw for (adj.) Gray

Sierpint
Walloon for (n.) Snake

Sigebeam
Old English for (n.) (poetic) Tree of victory

Sikawet
Cahuilla for (n.) The Western gray squirrel

Sikonang
Bau Bidayuh for (n.) Egg yolk

Singulto
Spanish for (n.) Hiccup (contributed by Foblin)

Sivdad
Ladino for (n.) City

Sivuyal
Cahuilla for (n.) Worm

Skeudenn
Breton for (n.) Image

Skllav
Albanian for (n.) Slave

Skomm
Faroese for (n.) Shame, dishonour

Skromny
Polish for (adj.) Modest (not bragging)

Skuizh
Breton for (adj.) Tired

Slepens
Latvian for (adj.) Secret

Smalr
Old Norse for (adj.) Small

Smeortan
Old English for (v.) To hurt

Sniegains
Latvian for (adj.) Snowy

Solaqay
Crimean Tatar for (adj.) Left-handed

Sombreja
Dalmatian for (n.) Shade

Sononeka
Swahili for (adj.) Distressed (anxious or uneasy)

Spalvains
Latvian for (adj.) Furry

Spechju
Corsican for (n.) Mirror

Speelfilm
Dutch for (n.) Live-action film

Spennande
Norwegian Nynorsk for (adj.) Exciting, thrilling

Speredek
Breton for (adj.) Intelligent, clever

Speredel
Breton for (adj.) Spiritual

Spernek
Cornish for (adj.) Thorny

Spyrysyon
Cornish for (n.) 1. Spirits, 2. Fairies

Stanfah
Old English for (adj.) Worked with stones; paved

Stiefzoon
Dutch for (n.) Stepson

Strewian
Old English for (v.) To strew

Strijdlied
Dutch for (n.) Anthem

Studan
Volapük for (n.) Student

Stulbs
Latvian for (adj.) Stupid, dumb

Suchju
Corsican for (n.) Juice

Sumienny
Polish for (adj.) Conscientious

Sundwudu
Old English for (n.) Ship

Sunhamanill
Cahuilla for (n.) Shame

Suyill
Cahuilla for (n.) Scorpion

Sweostor
Old English for (n.) Sister

Szarawy
Polish for (adj.) Grayish


Tadig
Breton for (n.) Dad, daddy

Tamawet
Cahuilla for (n.) Mockingbird

Tangibilis
Latin for (adj.) Touchable, tangible

Tanweyth
Cornish for (n.) Fireworks

Tarfr
Old Norse for (n.) Bull

Tautisks
Latvian for (adj.) Popular, folk, folksy

Tavasill
Cahuilla for (n.) A kind of oak

Tavuq
Crimean Tatar for (n.) Chicken

Tawval
Cahuilla for (n.) Thunder

Tchant
Walloon for (n.) Song

Teatralny
Polish for (adj.) 1. Theatrical, pertaining to theatres, 2. Theatrical, exaggerated

Tegenek
Crimean Tatar for (n.) Thorn, thorny plant

Tekluvel
Cahuilla for (n.) 1. Noon, 2. Midnight

Tekvet
Cahuilla for (n.) A kind of hawk

Teqwel
Cahuilla for (n.) Skunk

Thaliman
Martuthunira for (n.) Horseman

Tilishka
Chamicuro for (adj.) All

Timmiaq
Greenlandic for (n.) Bird

Tinuod
Cebuano for (adv.) 1. Indeed, 2. Really, (adj.) 1. Real, true, 2. Genuine

Tipisks
Latvian for (adj.) Typical

Tiwill
Cahuilla for (n.) A kind of small mushroom that grows under trees

Tlantli
Classical Nahuatl for (n.) Tooth; teeth

Toekoms
Afrikaans for (n.) Future

Tokbakali
Chickasaw for (adj.) 1. Pale, 2. Faded

Toksisks
Latvian for (adj.) Toxic, poisonous

Tonyuom
Bau Bidayuh for (n.) Clam (mollusc)

Traxectoria
Galician for (n.) Trajectory

Tuchill
Cahuilla for (n.) Hummingbird

Tukmiyat
Cahuilla for (n.) Night

Turvallinen
Finnish for (adj.) Safe


Uarno
Dalmatian for (n.) Ash tree, ash

Uceira
Galician for (n.) Heath, heathland

Uitjie
Afrikaans for (n.) Small on ion

Ukioq
Greenlandic for (n.) 1. Winter, 2. Year

Ulloq
Greenlandic for (n.) Day

Ullumi
Greenlandic and Inuktitut for (n.) Today

Ulubiony
Polish for (adj.) Favourite

Ummona
Chickasaw for (adj.) First

Unrhyw
Welsh for (adj.) Any

Usnje
Slovene for (n.) Leather

Utains
Latvian for (adj.) Lousy, infested with lice

Uudne
Estonian for (adj.) New


Vaderstad
Dutch for (n.) Hometown

Vaert
Guernésiais for (adj.) green

Vanligur
Faroese for (adj.) Ordinary

Veardi
Aromanian for (adj.) Green

Vechju
Corsican for (adj.) Old

Veluntad
Ladino for (n.) Will

Veratod
Volapük for (n.) Truth

Vinaligur
Faroese for (adj.) Friendly

Vuarb
Dalmatian or Fruilian for (adj.) Blind


Waibian
Mandarin for (n.) Outside; exterior

Waibiao
Mandarin for (n.) Appearance

Wayweh
Mapudungun for (n.) Southern wind

Wecgan
Old English for (v.) To move, agitate, drive hither and thither

Wegjagen
German for (v.) To chase away, to drive away

Wehvy
Mapudungun for (n.) Friend

Welzijn
Dutch for (n.) Well-being

Wenmang
Mandarin for (n.) Illiteracy

Weodian
Old English for (v.) To weed

Wewnish
Cahuilla for (n.) Rain

Wirife
Mapudungun for (n.) Writer

Woguo
Mandarin for (n.) Our country

Woroldar
Old English for (n.) Worldy honour

Wrencan
Old English for (v.) To twist


Xafkem
Mapudungun for (n.) Autumn, fall

Xemelgo
Galician for (n.) Twin

Xiaofeizhe
Mandarin for (n.) Consumer

Xingdong
Mandarin for (n.) Action

Xinlangchao
Mandarin for (n.) New wave; new trend

Xograr
Galician for (n.) Minstrel, troubadour

Xudianchi
Mandarin for (n.) Automobile; motor car


Yanmaipian
Mandarin for (n.) Oatmeal

Yaokong
Mandarin for (n. & v.) Remote control

Yaoqiu
Mandarin for (n. & v.) Demand; request

Yeewa
Chamicuro for (adj.) Difficult

Yemanren
Mandarin for (n.) Barbarian

Yibanren
Mandarin for (n.) People in general

Yinyuedui
Mandarin for (n.) Orchestra

Yiriny
Martuthunira for (n.) Mosquito

Ymbsittend
Old English for (n.) (poetic) Neighbouring people, those living nearby

Ymissur
Faroese for (adj.) Different

Yuanzhu
Mandarin for 1. (n.) Support; aid; assistance, 2. (v.) Support; aid; assist

Yulal
Cahuilla for (n.) A kind of mushroom that grows on oaks


Zacetek
Slovene for (n.) Beginning

Zamerny
Czech for (adj.) Intentional

Zeltains
Latvian for (adj.) Golden

Zemisks
Latvian for (adj.) Lowly, base, mean, vile, despicable

Zeruzeru
Swahili for (adj.) Albino

Zhanchang
Mandarin for (n.) Battlefield

Zhanlan
Mandarin for (n.) Exhibition

Zhenglun
Mandarin for (n.) Argument

Zilgans
Latvian for (adj.) Bluish; with a tone of blue

Ziytin
Crimean Tatar for (n.) Olive

English RW(587)

Key: adj = adjective | adv = adverb | n = noun | v = verb



Acidophilic
adj. Easily stained by acid dyes; thriving in acid environment

Amoebaeum
n. (poetry) A poem in which persons are represented as speaking alternately

Anthropochory
n. (biology) The dispersal of seeds, spores, or fruit by humans

Asseverate
v. To declare earnestly, seriously, or positively; to affirm

Auntdom
n. The state of being an aunt


Balconied
adj. That has a balcony attached

Ballastage
A toll paid for the privilege of taking up ballast in a port or harbour

Ballyfatten
A variety of apple

Balneography
n. A description on baths

Barochory
n. (biology) The dispersal of seeds, spores, or fruit by gravity alone

Behaviorwise
adj. With respect to behavior

Biddability
adj. 1. The quality of being biddable, 2. The extent to which something or someone is biddable

Bikeathon
n. A charity event in which participants cycle a long distance


Cabinetmaking
n. The art of the cabinetmaker

Calcariform
adj. Spur-shaped

Cameralism
n. Economic theory in which public revenue is sole measure of national prosperity

Canalised
v. Converted into a canal

Canalization
v. The conversion of a river or other waterway to a canal

Carbacidometer
n. - instrument measuring quantity of carbon dioxide in the air

Caricology
n. Study of sedges

Chatathon
n. (slang, rare) A long period of chatting

Circummure
v. To surround with, or as if with, a wall

Claimants
n. Ones who claim; ones who make claims

Collectability
n. The quality of being worthy or suitable for collecting

Compiland
n. (computing) A file or other single unit of program source code undergoing or intended to undergo compilation

Conventioneer
n. A person attending a convention

Conventiongoer
n. A person attending a convention

Cortically
adv. With respect to, or via, the cortex

Cosignatory
n. Any of several people who sign a document together (especially a treaty)

Countenanced
v. Tolerated, supported, sanctioned

Countryfy
v. To make rural or rustic


Dacelike
adj. Resembling or characteristic of a dace, a type of fish

Dactylomegaly
n. Abnormal largeness of fingers and toes

Dambulatory
n. An ambulatory; adj. wandering

Dampproof
adj. Resistant to the effects of damp

Dancegoing
adj. Habitually attending a dance or dance performance

Decimestrial
adj. Consisting of or lasting ten months

Deskfast
n. Breakfast eaten at work, particularly while sitting at a desk

Distribuend
n. That which is distributed

Doorknock
n. (Australian) A campaign of going from house to house knocking on doors, such as for a charity appeal

Dooryard
n. The yard near the front or back door of a house

Dropmeal
adv. (archaic) (1) One drop at a time, drop by drop, (2) By drops or small portions

Dropwise
adv. In drops; one drop at a time

Dustfree
adj. Free of dust

Dustsheets
n. Large sheets which are draped over furniture as protection from dust


Eatathon
n. (1) A charity event in which participants eat as much as possible, (2) (slang) A large feast or pigout

Eddying
v. Present participle of eddy

Elaterometer
n. Instrument measuring pressure of gas

Embarcadere
n. (rare) Pier, wharf

Empeopled
adj. (obsolete) Populated; established as a population

Emplotment
n. (historiography) The assembly of a series of historical events into a narrative with a plot

Epibiont
n. (biology) Any organism that lives on the surface (of a lake etc, or another organism)

Errorfree
adj. Free from errors


Faultfind
v. To find fault (with something)

Filamented
adj. Of or relating to a filament; having filaments; filamentous

Filibusterism
n. 1. (dated) Piracy, freebooting; the waging of unauthorised war, 2. (US) The practice of forcefully and unauthorisedly acquiring control of foreign land

Filmwise
adj. (of condensation) Into a film, rather than in drops (dropwise)

Footstools
n. Low stools for supporting the feet while seated

Forecabin
n. A cabin in the forward part of a vessel

Forespin
n. A rotational motion, especially that given to a ball, in which the upper surface spins in the direction of motion; topspin

Formicary
n. An ant colony; a pile of earth built by ants in which they nest

Formwork
n. A temporary mould, made from planks, into which concrete is poured

Fortypenny
adj. Having a value or cost of forty pence

Freeminer
n. (UK) A man who has earned the right to work his own mine in the Forest of Dean


Gabbroic
adj. Of, pertaining to, or containing gabbro, coarsely crystalline igneous rock

Gainand
adj. (chiefly UK dialectal) Appropriate; becoming; fit; suitable; convenient

Gaincome
1. (v.) To come back; return, 2. (n.) A return; a coming back or again

Galericulate
adj. Covered with a hat

Galoshed
adj. Wearing galoshes

Gamesome
adj. Full of sport; playful

Ganglike
adj. Resembling a gang

Gaolkeeper
n. One who keeps a jail; a jailer

Gasometer
n. Any of various instruments used to measure the flow of gas through pipelines

Gatewise
adv. Arranged to resemble a gate

Geddock
n. (UK dialectal, Scotland) A small staff or goad

Gerburg
A variety of pear

Giantdom
n. The realm or state of giants

Gigalitre
n. A unit of volume equivalent to one billion litres

Gleecraft
n. Music; the art of music

Glockenapfel
A variety of apple

Gnomology
n. (obsolete) A collection of, or a treatise on, maxims, grave sentences, or reflections

Gnoseology
n. The scientific or philosophical study of knowledge

Gonfanon
n. A standard or ensign, consisting of a pole with a crosspiece from which a banner is suspended

Gormandise
v. To eat good food, especially in excess

Grouplet
n. A small group


Hairbreadth
n. The width of a hair, a very short distance or a very small amount

Hammocked
adj. (1) Ensconced in a hammock, (2) (television) Scheduled between two other programmes, by hammocking

Handbarrow
n. A frame, supported by poles, used for carrying things

Handcycle
n. A land vehicle resembling a bicycle or tricycle but powered by the arms rather than the legs

Haplography
n. Accidental omission of letters, words or lines in copying

Harengiform
adj. Shaped like a herring

Harobig
A variety of pear

Heapmeal
adv. In heaps, or heap by heap; in large quantities or numbers

Hebdomadal
adj. Once every seven days; weekly

Hecatontarchy
n. Government by 100 persons

Heronry
n. A breeding woodland for herons

Hikeathon
A charity event in which participants go hiking

Hillcraft
n. The skills related to outdoor survival in a hilly habitat

Hillwalking
n. (UK) A pastime of walking in hilly countryside

Hoggerel
n. A sheep of the second year

Housebuilding
n. The building of houses

Hundredthly
adv. (rare) In the hundredth place

Hydrochory
n. (botany) The dispersal of seeds, spores, or fruit by water

Hypotension
n. The disease or disorder of abnormally low blood pressure

Hypsometry
The measurement of elevation relative to sea level


Icteroid
adj. Marked by jaundice, or having the appearance of that disease

Identarian
adj. Of or pertaining to the formation of identity

Importunacy
n. (1) The quality of being importunate, (2) Constant demanding and pressure; importunity

Infinityfold
adj. (rare) By a multiple of infinity; by infinity times as much or as many

Insultathon
n. A vigorous, lengthy exchange of insults

Interarrival
adj. Between successive arrivals

Intraocularly
adv. Inside or within the eye

Inurement
n. Custom, habituation; normal practice


Jackstaff
n. A short staff at a ship's bow, on which a jack is hoisted

Jackstone
n. A jack; one of the playing pieces in the game of jacks

Jargonesque
adj. Characteristic of jargon

Jejunator
n. One who fasts

Jelutong
n. A Malaysian tree with pale lightweight timber

Jerseyed
adj. Dressed in a jersey

Jewelfish
n. A scarlet and green tropical freshwater cichlid fish

Jinriksha
n. A two-wheeled carriage pulled along by a person; a rickshaw

Jobmaker
n. A company which creates job

Jobwork
n. Work paid for according to the amount produced

Jokiness
n. The state or condition of being joky or jocular

Jovicentric
adj. (astronomy) Revolving around the planet Jupiter; appearing as viewed from Jupiter

Judiciously
adv. With good judgement or sense

Jumpathon
n. (informal) A charity fundraising event involving jumping (typically trampolining or skydiving)

Jumpcuts
n. (film or television) Abrupt transitions from one scene to another

Jumpseed
n. A trailside plant that bears adhesive seeds

Juncaceous
adj. Pertaining to or like a rush; belonging to rush family of plants


Kikuyugrass
n. A tropical grass

Kinematically
adv. 1. In a kinematic manner, 2. With regard to kinematics

Knitathon
n. A charity event in which participants knit


Labidophorous
adj. With a pair of pincer-like organs

Lacuscular
adj. Pertaining to pools

Laevoduction
n. Movement leftwards

Lagophthalmus
n. Condition of incomplete closure of eye

Lampadedromy
n. Foot race with lighted torches, especially relay race in which torch is passed on

Lanameter
n. Mechanical means of determining quality of wool

Lancepesade
n. (1) A grade within the rank of private, either assigned as assistants to corporals or performed the duties of corporals themselves, (2) A grade within the rank of corporal; also called lance corporals

Landplane
n. An aircraft that is designed to take off from, and land on land (rather than water or snow)

Leechdom
n. A medicine; remedy

Lemonlike
adj. Resembling a lemon

Lengthman
n. (dated) A person employed to maintain a section of road or railway

Liftshaft
n. The vertical shaft in a building used to permit the movement of an elevator from floor to floor

Limaceous
adj. Characteristic of slugs (of the family Limacidae)

Longimanous
adj. Having long hands

Loungecore
n. (music) Easy listening music

Lowermost
adj. Lowest


Macrencephalic
adj. Having large brain pan

Macrencephalous
adj. Having large brain pan

Macrognathic
adj. Long-jawed

Makedom
n. Form; figure; shape; similitude; constitution

Malingerers
n. Persons who malinger

Mantelpieces
n. Shelves that are affixed to the wall above fireplaces

Mantelshelf
n. A shelf that is affixed to the wall above a fireplace

Mawmenny
n. (obsolete) A dish eaten in medieval England, made with beef or poultry broth and thickened porridge-like brawn

Meadsweet
n. Meadowsweet

Megafarm
n. A very large, factory-style farm

Microindustry
n. A very small, specialized industry

Mightand
(obsolete) 1. (adj.) Being mighty or capable (of); mighty; powerful; able, 2. (n.) One who is mighty

Millstreams
n. Waters that run through millraces to power mills

Minicanal
n. A small canal

Misbefallen
v. Of an unfortunate event, having happened to (someone)

Misseeming
adj. (literary, now rare) Unseemly, unbecoming

Monosemous
adj. (linguistics) Having only one meaning or interpretation

Montanous
adj. (obsolete) Mountainous

Monthlong
adj. Which lasts a month, or approximately so

Motorsailer
n. (nautical) A vessel (usually a pleasure craft) that has been designed for both sailing and motor operation

Mouldily
adv. In a mouldy way

Mouldwarp
n. (archaic) A mole (animal)

Mudguards
n. Covers over the wheels of vehicles, or flaps behind the wheels, which protect them from water and mud

Multistrategy
adj. Following or employing multiple strategies

Mycobiont
n. The fungus that is a component of a lichen


Nannygai
n. The red-fish of Australia

Nanoantenna
n. A nanoscale antenna-like structure for sending and transmitting electromagnetic waves

Narrowboat
n. (Brit) A canal boat less than 7 ft wide and 70 ft long and steered with a tiller rather than a wheel

Naseberry
n. The sapodilla fruit

Natlang
n. A natural language, one that arose without intentional design

Necessitarian
n. (philosophy) Fatalist

Neckcloth
n. A cravat

Needlecord
n. (Brit) Fine-ribbed corduroy fabric

Needlelace
n. Lace made by hand using a needle rather than bobbins

Needwise
adv. By or because of necessity; according to need; by need

Neighborless
n. Without neighbors

Neighbourless
n. Without neighbours

Nematoceran
adj.,n. (insect) Belonging to the suborder of flies including mosquitoes

Nervation
n. (botany) The arrangement of nerves in a leaf

Nervelessly
adv. In a nerveless manner

Nettlerash
n. Urticaria

Newbuilding
n. (nautical) The construction of a new ship

Newmown
adj. That has recently been mown

Newsagents
n. (Brit) Persons or shops selling newspapers, magazines, confectionery, etc.

Newsvendor
n. (Brit) A newspaper seller

Newsworthiness
n. The characteristic of being worthy of news

Nighwatch
n. (1) A watch kept on some premises, or on a town, by guards during the night, (2) The guards on such a watch

Nomadicity
n. The quality of being nomadic

Nondescriptly
adv. In a way lacking distinctive or interesting features or characteristics

Nonhistory
n. That which is not history

Nonleaded
adj. Unleaded

Nonresister
n. One who offers no resistance

Nonsenior
adj. Not senior; lacking seniority

Nonsensed
v. Made nonsense of

Nonsensicality
n. (1) The state or condition of being nonsensical, (2) A nonsensical belief, remark, etc.

Nonskid
adj. Having a surface designed to prevent or reduce skidding; not able to skid or be skidded upon

Nosebag
n. (Brit) A strong canvas or leather bag containing fodder, hung from a horse's head

Noticeboards
n. Boards hung on walls on which notices and announcements are posted

Nourishingly
adv. In a way that provides nourishment or food

Novelese
n. (derogatory) A style supposedly characteristic of inferior novels

Numbfish
n. An electric ray

NWbN
abbr. (compass) Northwest by north


Onhanger
n. That which, or one who, hangs on to, relies on, or is dependent upon another; a dependant

Opination
n. The state or process of opining (expressing an opinion)

Orcharder
n. One who owns or operates an orchard

Orchardist
n. One who owns or operates an orchard

Orebody
n. A mass or region of ore

Ortygan
n. (zoology) One of several species of East Indian birds of the genera Ortygis and Hemipodius, resembling quails

Outboxes
n. Boxes containing mail that either has been sent out or is to be sent out


Pagemeal
adv. One page at a time; page by page

Painsworthy
adj. Worth the pains or care bestowed

Paintathon
n. An event where volunteers come together to paint

Palagonite
n. (mineralogy) A material similar to basalt formed by the action of water on volcanic ash

Panarthritis
n. Arthritis of all joints of body, or of whole of one joint

Panelling
n. The panels with which a surface (especially an indoor wall) is covered, considered collectively

Pannicular
adj. Pertaining to or like a sheet or thin layer

Paradegoer
n. A person attending a parade

Parrock
n. (UK, dialect) An inclosure; a park; a croft, or small field; a paddock

Pathobiont
n. Any pathological (disease-causing) organism

Pedestrianise
v. To restrict access to a street to pedestrians only

Pedestrianized
v. Restricted to pedestrian access only

Peerdom
n. Peers as a group; peerage

Pennoned
adj. Set with one or more pennons (of a pole, spear, mast, etc.)

Peripheries
n. The outside boundaries, parts or surfaces of something

Perturbative
adj. Of, pertaining to, or causing perturbation

Petrogenic
adj. Of or pertaining to the formation of rock

Philanthropists
n. (1) A person who loves mankind (the human race) in general, (2) A very generous person or institution

Phrasemaker
n. A crafter of phrases; one who pens bombast or rhetoric

Pilferproof
adj. Designed to prevent pilfering (thieving), especially of a container

Pitchpole
v. (of a boat) To capsize end over end, as in heavy surf

Playathon
n. (informal) An extended period of playing

Pleasedness
n. The quality or state of being pleased

Ploughwise
adj. Moving, like a plough on a field, alternately from left to right and from right to left

Polygonate
adj. Having many angles; hence characteristic of a polygon; polygonal

Poormouth
v. To pretend to be poor

Postathon
n. (slang) A period in which many messages are posted (as to an Internet newsgroup or forum)

Postdeadline
adj. After a deadline

Potamology
n. The study of rivers

Poynard
(obsolete spelling of) poniard: n. A dagger typically having a slender square or triangular blade

Predictivity
n. The condition of being predictive

Prepossessingly
adv. In a prepossessing manner

Prerogatively
adv. In the manner of having a hereditary or official right or privilege

Pressrooms
n. (US) Rooms in public buildings where press conferences are given

Prevocalic
adj. Immediately preceding a vowel or vowel sound

Profitwise
adv. In terms of profit

Prologomenon
n. A critical or discursive introduction to a book

Prolongment
n. The act of prolonging, or the state of being prolonged

Propfan
n. A modified turbofan engine with the propeller outside the engine duct of an aircraft

Psycholeptic
n. Any medication that produces a calming effect

Punningly
adv. In a punning manner; so as to form a pun

Pupilage
n. (1) The condition of being a pupil, (2) The period during which one is a pupil

Purloinment
n. The act of purloining; theft

Pursestring
n. A cord or string, the middle of which is enclosed in the hem of the opening of a soft purse or sack, that, when pulled, closes the purse


Quaffable
adj. (informal) Easy to drink

Quagmires
n. (1) Soft boggy areas of land that give way underfoot, (2) Awkward, complex or hazardous situations

Qualitied
adj. (rare) Endowed with (usually specified) qualities; especially, having good qualities

Quarriable
adj. Capable of being quarried

Quarterage
n. (archaic) A sum paid or received quarterly

Quartermasters
n. Regimental officers responsible for administering barracks, laying out camp and looking after supplies

Quartern
n. (archaic) A quarter of a pint

Quayage
n. (1) A system of quays, (2) A charge for use of a quay

Queencraft
n. Craft or skill in policy on the part of a queen

Queensware
n. A type of fine, cream-coloured Wedgwood pottery

Quernstone
n. Either of the two circular stones forming a queen (a hand mill), found at prehistoric sites from the Neolithic and later

Questlike
adj. Resembling or characteristic of a quest

Quibblingly
adv. In a critical or objective manner

Quiescently
adv. In an inactive or dormant manner

Quietened
v. Quieted

Quillwort
n. A plant related to the clubmosses, with a dense rosette of long slender leaves

Quirister
n. 1. A singer in a choir, 2. A director or leader of a choral group

Quizzicality
n. The state or condition of being quizzical


Racegoing
adj. Attending horse races

Radgepacket
n. (Geordie) Someone prone to extreme outbursts of bad temper

Radiferous
adj. Containing radium

Raftered
adj. Having rafters

Ragstone
n. A hard, coarse sedimentary rock that can be broken into thick slabs

Rampantly
adv. In a rampant manner (flourishing or spreading unchecked, unrestrained)

Rancorously
adv. In a bitter or resentful manner

Rangebound
adj. (of stocks and shares) Having a price constrained to lie between certain upper and lower limits

Rapcore
n. A genre of metal music, incorporating loud guitar riffs mixed with rapping, loud almost-screaming singing and rapid drumming

Rapporteur
n. A person who is appointed by an organisation to report on the proceedings of its meetings

Raptorially
adv. In a predatory manner (usually in reference to birds or other animals)

Rarefaction
n. Reduction in the density of something, especially air or gas

Ratline
n. (nautical) Any of the cross ropes between the shrouds, which form a net like ropework, allowing sailors to climb up towards the top of the mast

Readerdom
n. The realm, sphere, influence, or body of readers; readers collectively

Readvertise
v. To advertise again

Reascend
v. Ascend again or to a former position

Rebalance
v. Restore the correct balance to; balance again or differently

Recantation
n. The act of recanting (taking back an opinion or belief) or something recanted

Recipience
n. The ability to receive; receptivity

Recipiency
n. The ability to receive; receptivity

Reclothed
v. Dressed again, especially in different clothes

Recoat
v. Apply another coat of paint, varnish, etc. to (something)

Recommendatory
adj. Of or pertaining to a recommendation

Reconcilement
n. The fact of being restored to cordial relations with each other; settling differences, making peace; reconciliation

Reconsign
v. To consign again or differently

Recrimination
n. An accusation in response to one from someone else

Recriminative
adj. (archaic) Involving or of the nature of mutual or counter accusations

Redecorate
v. Apply paint or wallpaper in (a room or building) again, typically differently

Redgauntlet
n. A variety of strawberry

Redoubtable
adj. (often humorous, of a peron) Formidable, especially as an opponent

Reedbuck
n. An African antelope with a distinctive whistling call and high bouncing jumps

Reefpoint
n. (sailing) Each of several short pieces of rope attached to a sail to secure it when reefed

Regardfully
adv. In a regardful manner; respectfully

Regenerative
adj. Tending to or characterized by regeneration

Rehearser
n. Someone who rehearses

Reheel
v. Fit (a shoe) with a new heel

Relievedly
adv. In a manner showing relief

Remould
v. Change the appearance, structure or character of

Repopulate
v. Introduce a population into (a previously occupied area or country)

Reprehend
v. Reprimand

Requisitely
adv. In a requisite way; necessarily

Requisitioner
n. One who, or that which, requisitions

Requisitionist
n. One who makes or signs a requisition

Rescindable
adj. Able to be rescinded

Resembler
n. A person who resembles another

Resizeable
adj. (computing) That which can be resized

Resolutive
adj. (formal or archaic) Having the power or ability to dissolve or dispel something

Resourcefully
adv. In a resourceful manner

Respondence
n. (1) (obsolete) Response, answer, (2) (rare) Correspondence, agreement

Restiveness
n. The characteristic of being restive

Restitutive
adj. Of or pertaining to restitution; tending to restore to a previous state

Restoratively
adv. In a restorative manner

Resultantly
adv. As a result; because of this

Resultative
adj. (grammar) Expressing, indicating, or relating to the outcome of an action

Retaliative
adj. Relating to or part of a retaliation

Retaliatory
adj. Relating to or part of a retaliation

Rethought
v. Considered or assessed (something) again

Retributory
adj. Of or relating to retribution; of the nature of retribution; involving retribution or repayment

Reupdate
v. To update again

Revengefully
adv. In a vengeful or vindictive manner

Reverential
adj. Of the nature of, due to, or characterised by reverence

Revocatory
adj. Of or pertaining to revocation; tending to revoke or recall

Rewarewa
n. A tall red-flowered tree native to New Zealand, which yields decorative timber used for cabinetmaking

Rewirable
adj. Able to be wired again

Rewrought
adj. Wrought again

Rhatany
n. An astringent extract of the root of a South American shrub, used in medicine

Rhynchosaur
n. A tusked herbivorous reptile of the Triassic period

Ribwort
n. A Eurasian plantain with ribbed leaves and a rounded flower spike

Ricketiness
n. The state or condition of being rickety

Riddlingly
adv. In the form of a riddle

Ridership
n. The number of passengers using a particular form of public transport

Rigorously
adv. In a rigorous manner

Ringwork
n. (archaeology) The circular entrenchment of a minor medieval castle, expecially a fortified Norman manor

Riverkeepers
n. Persons responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of rivers

Roadblocks
n. Barriers or barricades on roads, especially ones set up by authorities to stop and examine traffic

Robotkind
n. Robots collectively, regarded as a species

Rockathon
n. (slang) A prolonged session of playing or listening to rock music

Rockfalls
n. Avalanches of loose rocks

Ronquil
n. A slender bottom-dwelling fish that lives in cold coastal waters of the North Pacific

Roofscape
n. A scene or view of roofs, especially when considered in terms of its aesthetic appeal

Rootstock
n. (agriculture) A healthy plant that is used as the base for grafting a scion

Ropeloft
n. A building for storing and repairing of nets, ropes and ships rigging

Ropemanship
n. Skill in climbing with ropes

Rorqual
n. Any whale with longitudinal skin folds running from below the mouth to the navel

Rosemaling
n. The art, originating in Norway, of painting wooden furniture and objects with flower motifs

Rottenstone
n. Decomposed siliceous limestone used as a powder or paste for polishing metals

Rotundly
adv. In a rotund way

Roughcast
1. (n.) Plaster of lime, cement and gravel, used on outside walls, 2. (adj.) (of a person) Lacking refinement

Roundsman
n. A worker who makes rounds, especially in order to deliver goods

Roundwood
n. Timber which is left as small logs, not sawn into planks or chopped for fuel, typically taken from near the tops of trees and used as furniture

Rouseabout
n. An unskilled labourer or odd jobber on a farm, especially in a shearing shed

Routinary
adj. Involving, or pertaining to, routine; customary

Routinism
n. (archaic) The prevalence or domination of routine

Rowhouse
n. (US) One of a row of houses situated side by side and sharing a common wall

Rubblework
n. A form of masonry made of large stones loosely thrown together and then optionally grouted

Rubiginous
adj. (technical or literary) Rust-coloured

Rudaceous
adj. (geology) Composed of fragments of relatively large side

Ruffianage
n. Ruffians collectively; a body of ruffians

Ruinously
adv. In a way that will cause ruin

Ruminative
adj. Causing rumination or prone to it; thoughtful

Runathon
n. A charity event in which participants run a long distance

Runlets
n. Small streams

Rusticate
v. (1) (UK) To suspend or expel from a college or university, (2) To construct in a manner so as to produce jagged or heavily textured surfaces, (3) To go to reside in the country; to become rustic

Rustproof
adj. Not susceptible to corrosion by rust


Saberlike
adj. Resembling a saber

Sabrelike
adj. Resembling a sabre

Salamandriform
adj. Having the shape of a salamander

Salivatory
adj. Associated with or accompanied by salivation

Sarchimor
A variety of coffee

Scabbardfish
n. An elongated marine fish with heavy jaws and large teeth

Scabland
n. (geography) High, flat land of igneous rock, with thin soil and deep channels formed by glaciers or glacial floods

Scablands
n. (geography) High, flat lands of igneous rock, with thin soil and deep channels formed by glaciers or glacial floods

Scabling
n. A fragment or chip of stone

Scabrosity
n. (rare) Roughness

Scaffoldage
n. The amount of scaffolding needed or supplied for a specific installation

Scaffolder
n. One who raises and dismantles scaffolding

Scarefire
n. (1) An alarm of fire, (2) A house-burning; conflagration

Scathand
adj. (UK dialectal, chiefly Scotland) Harmful; scathing

Schoolfellow
n. Person who attends same school as yourself

Schoolmasters
n. Persons in charge of schools

Schoolship
n. A training ship

Schoolwise
1. (adj.) By or in terms of school, 2. (adv.) By or in terms of school

Scrollwise
adv. In the manner of a scroll

Seditionary
n. An inciter or promoter of sedition

Sergeantship
n. The qualities, role, or position of a sergeant

Sesquipedaliophobia
n. The fear of long words (contributed by Y2j_fannatic)

Sevensome
n. (rare) A group of seven persons or things

Shamanesque
adj. In the manner of a shaman

Shamateur
n. A sportsman who is officially an amateur but who makes money from playing, or who otherwise behaves as a professional

Shedhand
n. A labourer employed to do unskilled work in a shearing shed

Sheetsman
n. (nautical) One who controls the trim of the sails

Shelflife
n. The length of time a product (especially food) will last without deteriorating or without being sold

Shelfmark
n. A usually alphanumeric code indicating the physical location of a book within a library

Shelfware
n. A piece of software that has never been used at all since its creation

Sheltermate
n. A person with whom one shares a shelter

Shieldwise
adv. In the manner of a shield; as a protective barrier

Shipworms
n. Any of several wormlike marine mollusks (not true worms) of the family Teredinidae, that bore through the wooden hulls of ships and other woody material they find in the sea

Shoeblack
n. (dated, Brit) a person who cleans the shoes of passers-by for payment

Shopfloor
n. The area of a factory or workshop where the operatives work

Shopwalker
n. (UK) A retail store floor supervisor

Shortlists
n. Lists of selected candidates from which final choices are made

Shouldna
Contraction of should not have

Shouldnae
Contraction (Scottish) of should not

Shoutboxes
n. (Internet) Small message boards on webpages where visitors can leave a name and short message; tagboards

Shrthnd
abbr. Shorthand

Siblinghood
n. The state of being a sibling

Sidlingly
adv. With a sidling motion

Sightwise
adv. Pertaining to, concerning, or regarding sight or vision

Signalese
n. Words and abbreviations used by radio operators and other signalmen to clarify the letters that they were sending and receiving

Sitelet
n. A small website

Skateathon
n. A charity event in which participants skate a long distance

Skiathon
n. A skiing event held to raise money for charity

Skipathon
n. A charity event in which participants jump rope

Slablike
adj. Resembling a slab

Sloganeer
n. Someone who makes and spreads slogans

Slopewise
adv. In a sloping fashion; obliquely

Slowcore
n. A subgenre of indie and alternative rock music, characterized by downbeat melodies, slower tempos and minimalist arrangements

Slowmatch
n. A slow-burning fuse used to ignite a matchlock musket or fire a cannon

Sludgecore
n. A genre of music, sludge metal

Sluiceway
n. A man-made channel designed to redirect excess water

Smitheries
n. The places where smiths work

Snowfaces
n. Snow-covered mountain features

Snowlessness
n. Absence of snow

Southmost
adj. Furthest to the south; most southern

Spanwise
adj. Relating to the direction of a span

Spanworm
n. The larva of a moth of the family Geometridae

Spatterware
n. Traditional pottery decorated by spattering or sponging on colour

Spellathon
n. (chiefly Australia, New Zealand) A spelling bee held to raise money for charity

Spherometer
n. A device used to measure the curvature of a surface

Splittercore
n. (music) A subgenre of speedcore with aggressive themes and a particularly high BPM (beats per minute)

Spokewise
1. (adj.) Radial, like the spokes of a wheel, 2. (adv.) In a spokewise fashion

Spongeware
n. Traditional pottery decorated by spattering or sponging on colour

Sportfish
v. To fish for sport

Squarefree
adj. (mathematics) Not divisible by a nontrivial square

Squirearchy
n. The land-owning gentry

Starkrimson
n. A variety of pear

Stellocentric
adj. (astronomy) Centered on or measured from a star

Stepmeal
adv. One step at a time; step by step; gradually; by degrees

Sternmost
adj. Closest to the stern

Stevedores
n. Dockworkers involved in loading and unloading cargo

Stiffship
n. (nautical) Too much weight concentrated in the lower holds of a vessel, resulting in excessive stability

Stirrage
n. The act of stirring; stir; commotion

Streetful
n. As much as a street will hold

Strengthless
adj. 1. Being weak or powerless, lacking strength, 2. Having no special abilities or talents, lacking strengths

Strongboxes
n. Sturdy boxes, with locks, for keeping valuables in

Stylebooks
n. Manuals containing organizations' standardized usage conventions for how to write

Subaffluent
adj. Between the poverty line and affluence

Subchain
n. Any chain that branches off another

Subchunk
n. (computing) A chunk (block of data) forming part of a larger chunk

Subclan
n. A branch of a larger clan

Subempire
n. A lesser or secondary empire

Subentity
n. An entity that makes up part of a larger entity; a component

Subgoal
n. A lesser goal that forms part of a greater goal

Subhorizon
adj. Below a horizon

Subidentity
n. An identity that makes up part of a larger identity

Sublumic
adj. Slower-than-light; having a speed less than light

Subspecialty
n. A specialty within a specialty

Subtutor
n. An assistant tutor

Subversionary
adj. Promoting destruction

Suitcaseful
n. As much as a suitcase will hold

Sulphurwort
n. The meadow and woodland plant hog fennel

Surecrop
A variety of strawberry

SWbW
abbr. (compass) Southwest by west

Swinecote
n. (dated) Pigsty

Systyle
n. An arrangement of a colonnade where the space between columns is twice the diameter of each


Tarpaper
n. A heavy paper, coated with tar, used to waterproof walls and roofs

Tastewise
adv. In terms of taste

Tavernesque
adj. Reminiscent of a tavern

Taxwise
adv. In terms of taxation

Teacherage
n. 1. The office of a teacher, 2. The term of this office

Teamwise
adv. With regard to a team

Termitary
n. An anthill built and occupied by termites

Termwise
1. (adv.) By terms, term by term, 2. (adj.) Term by term

Thenceafter
(rare) After that time; thereafter

Thencefrom
adv. (obsolete) From that place; therefrom

Therefrom
adv. From that; from him, her, or it

Therewith
adv. 1. With this, that or those, 2. In addition to that; besides, moreover, 2. Thereupon, forthwith; with that being said or done

Thithermost
adj. (archaic) Of or pertaining to the most distant point from one's point of reference

Thresherman
n. (obsolete, agriculture) The operator of a mechanical thresher

Thrillcraft
n. (US) Any of various craft used in extreme sports

Thwartwise
adj. (archaic) Athwart; from side to side; across

Toforetime
adv. (obsolete) Previously, beforehand

Toilworn
adj. (literary) Exhausted by punishing physical labour

Tomelet
n. A small tome, or volume

Torchbearers
n. (1) Persons who carry torches, (2) (by extension) Leaders of campaigns, or those who give inspiration to others

Tortility
n. The quality or state of being tortile, twisted, or wreathed

Towpaths
n. paths alongside canals or rivers, originally for horses towing barges

Trackbed
n. The layer of stones beneath railway track

Tractioneer
n. (obsolete, agriculture) An operator of a farm tractor (steam tractor or gas tractor)

Trailered
v. Loaded on a trailer

Tramplike
adj. Resembling a tramp (vagrant) or some aspect of one

Translationary
adj. (1) Pertaining to the translation of language, (2) (geometry) Pertaining to the shifting of coordinate axes

Transposable
adj. Able to be transposed (in any sense)

Treehood
n. The state or essence of being a tree

Trelliswork
n. Work in the form of a trellis

Tribalesque
adj. Suggesting something tribal and primitive

Tridecagon
n. A polygon having thirteen sides and thirteen angles

Troopship
n. A ship used to transport military troops

Troutlet
n. A young trout

Tuitionary
adj. Of or pertaining to tuition

Turneresque
adj. Resembling the works or style of the English painter Joseph Turner

Twainesque
adj. Reminiscent of Mark Twain, American author and humorist, or his works

Twifold
adj. (archaic) Twofold

Twireason
n. (rare) A twofold or double reason


Ulodendron
n. Any of various trees known only as fossils from the Pennsylvanian period

Uncrewed
adj. Without a crew; unmanned

Undercount
v. To count to an insufficient degree

Undergrounded
v. To have routed electricity distribution cables underground

Underheard
adj. Having an insufficiently large listening audience; neglected or overlooked as a speaker or musician

Undisguisedly
adv. In an undisguised manner; openly

Unpremeditated
adj. Performed, but not planned or thought out in advance; extemporaneous, but not unintentional

Unsolvability
n. The property of not being able to be solved

Untrustworthily
adv. In an untrustworthy manner

Usercentric
adj. (computing) Having a focus on the user


Valerianic
adj. (chemistry) Pertaining to, or obtained from, valerian root

Verblike
adj. Resembling a verb, having characeteristics of a verb

Vexillation
n. A company of soldiers (especially in ancient Rome) grouped under the same flag

Vidding
n. (Internet) The creation of fanvids

Videocentric
adj. Based on the medium of video

Videowall
n. A bank of tiled videoscreens forming one large screen on a wall

Viewspaper
n. A newspaper that includes many opinion pieces

Vinnewed
adj. (archaic) Musty

Virgouleuse
A variety of pear

Vulturelike
adj. Resembling or characteristic of a vulture


Wagoner
n. One who drives a wagon

Waltsome
adj. (archaic, dialectal) Wallowish; loathsome

Wanspeed
n. (obsolete) Ill fortune

Warehoused
v. Stored, as in a warehouse

Warehouseful
n. As much as a warehouse can hold

Watchhouse
n. A small prison attached to a police station, usually used on a temporary basis

Watchmaking
n. The making (and repairing) of watches

Watchpocket
n. A small extra pocket (above the main pocket) on the right hand side of a waistcoat to house a pocket watch

Watchstanders
n. Persons who are on watch on a ship

Watchwords
n. (1) Prearranged replies to the challenges of a sentry or a guard; a words or signals by which friends can be known from enemies, (2) A word used as a motto, (3) A rallying cry

Wealsman
n. (archaic) A statesman

Wearisomely
adv. In a wearisome manner; tediously

Weathermost
adj. (nautical) Farthest to the windward side

Weekdaily
adj. (rare) Of, pertaining to, or occurring on weekdays; especially, occurring on every weekday

Weftage
n. (obsolete) Texture

Weldmesh
n. Type of wire mesh

Wellbore
n. An oil field term referring to the hole produced when drilling an oil or gas well

Wellpreserved
adj. (of an older person) Healthy and ageing gracefully

Whalecraft
n. The art and techniques of whaling

Whereness
n. (chiefly philosophy) Location or position

Whilemeal
adv. (archaic) By turns; by courses; at a time

Windshields
n. Transparent screens made of glass, located at the front and back of vehicles in front of the occupants to protect them from the wind and weather

Withspeak
v. To contradict; gainsay; go against; oppose; resist

Worcesterberry
n. 1. Ribes divaricatum, a North American gooseberry plant, 2. The black berry of this plant

Workarounds
n. Means of overcoming obstacles, especially obstacles consisting of laws, regulations, or constraints

Worktops
n. Surfaces designed for working upon, usually in a kitchen

Workword
n. (rare) The operative word, especially in a thought, phrase or idea

Worldkin
n. A diminutive or miniature world; microcosm

Wortcraft
n. (chiefly historical) (Knowledge of the) medical usage of worts, of herbal remedies (and related magic); herblore


Yachtsmanship
n. The ability or art of being adept at sailing a yacht

Yarringle
n. (obsolete) A historic instrument for winding yarn, no longer used

Yerself
pronoun. (Geordie) Yourself

Yobbery
n. (1) Yobbish behaviour, (2) An instance of yobbish behaviour

Yokelet
n. (US, archaic) A small farm, requiring only one yoke of oxen to till it

Yonderness
n. The state, quality, or condition of being yonder, distant, or removed; distance

Yukaghir
proper noun. A language family consisting of two closely related languages spoken in Siberia


Zebralike
adj. Resembling a zebra, especially in having contrasting stripes

Zitherlike
adj. Resembling a zither (musical instrument)

Zygenid
adj. (zoology) Any one of numerous species of moths of the family Zygaenidae, most of which are bright colored

Places of Earth (599)

I'm always open to suggestions as to which countries to try next.



Aalborg
A city in the North of Jutland, Denmark

Abbateggio
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Acciano
A comune in Abruzzo, Italy

Afabet
A town in Eritrea

Affiniam
A town in Senegal

Akabli
A town in Adrar Province, Algeria

Akakir
A village in Syria

Albertville
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Albidona
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Alfedena
A comune in Abruzzo, Italy

Aligider
A village in Eritrea

Allahabad
A city in India

Altidona
A comune in Marche, Italy

Altrincham
A town in Greater Manchester, England

Ampthill
A town in Bedfordshire, England

Ancarano
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Aoubellil
A municipality in Aïn Témouchent Province, Algeria

Aprelevka
A city in Russia

Aqarib
A village in Syria

Arakoon
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Arcevia
A comune in Marche, Italy

Archerwill
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Archville
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Ardentown
A village in Delaware, United States

Ardlethan
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Argeliers
A village in France

Arkadak
A city in Russia

Asbest
A city in Russia

Astrakhan
A city in Russia

Atammik
A settlement in central-western Greenland

Atkarsk
A city in Russia


Babatte
A village in Senegal

Bacounoun
A settlement in Senegal

Baerami
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Bafican
A settlement in Senegal

Balakhna
A city in Russia

Balakovo
A city in Russia

Balankine
A settlement in Senegal

Ballardvale
A village in Massachusetts, United States

Balranald
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Bamole
A settlement in Senegal

Baranlire
A settlement in Senegal

Barbouche
A town in Aïn Defla Province, Algeria

Barellan
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Barentu
A town in Eritrea

Bargny
A settlement in Senegal

Barodiya
A village in Rajasthan, India

Basingstoke
A town in Hampshire, England

Baudour
A village in Belgium

Bavegem
A village in Belgium

Bayanoun
A village in Syria

Beaminster
A town in Dorset, England

Beilul
A town in Eritrea

Bellante
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Belyov
A city in Russia

Bendeela
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Benzonia
A village in Michigan, United States

Berdsk
A city in Russia

Berikh
A town in Eritrea

Berrahal
A town in Annaba Province, Algeria

Berridale
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Berrima
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Beruwala
A town in Sri Lanka

Berzona
A village in Ticino, Switzerland

Bilbul
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Billimari
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Birdsedge
A village in West Yorkshire, England

Birrego
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Bjorkdale
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Bladworth
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Bleasdale
A village and civil parish in Lancashire, England

Bloudan
A village in Syria

Bodaibo
A city in Russia

Bodalla
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Bommen
A village in Thurgau, Switzerland

Bondsville
A village in Massachusetts, United States

Bonshaw
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Bookham
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Borrello
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Bouhinor
A settlement in Senegal

Bovalino
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Bowenfels
A town in New South Wales

Bowgreave
A village in Lancashire, England

Braefield
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Braggville
A village in Massachusetts, United States

Braslaw
A town in Belarus

Braunstone
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Bretherton
A small village and civil parish in Lancashire, England

Brinscall
A village in Lancashire, England

Brittoli
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Brudalen
A village in Akershus, Norway

Brushgrove
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Buarcos
A village in Portugal

Buhwil
A village in Thurgau, Switzerland

Buinsk
A city in Russia

Bundure
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Bunnan
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Burraboi
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Burscough
A village and civil parish in Lancashire, England

Butale
A village in Botswana

Buzuluk
A city in Russia


Caccior
A town in Graubünden, Switzerland

Caccuri
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Cackleshaw
A village in West Yorkshire, England

Caldarola
A comune in Marche, Italy

Caloveto
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Camuns
A village in Graubünden, Switzerland

Cansano
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Cantiano
A comune in Marche, Italy

Canwood
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Canzano
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Cariati
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Carsoli
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Castorano
A comune in Marche, Italy

Centerbrook
A village in Connecticut, United States

Cerisano
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Cessnock
A city in New South Wales, Australia

Chermoz
A city in Russia

Cherusti
A city in Russia

Chilaw
A town in Sri Lanka

Chudovo
A city in Russia

Clarenville
A city in Canada (contributed by Transatlanticisms)

Clearfield
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Cocullo
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Coleville
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Coombell
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Corfinio
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Corinaldo
A comune and town in Marche, Italy

Cortale
A comune in town in Calabria, Italy

Coubalan
A city in Senegal

Culcairn
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Cullerin
A town in New South Wales, Australia


Dalmeny
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Dalsroa
A village in Akershus, Norway

Dandrio
A settlement in Ticino, Switzerland

Darguina
A town in Béjaïa Province, Algeria

Davoli
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Daysdale
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Debarwa
A town in Eritrea

Dedovsk
A city in Russia

Deldoul
A commune in Adrar Province, Algeria

Diesbach
A village in Glarus, Switzerland

Differdange
A city in Luxembourg (contributed by Transatlanticisms)

Dilkoon
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Dinokwe
A village in Botswana

Djelfa
The capital city of Djelfa Province, Algeria

Djendel
A town in Aïn Delfa Province, Algeria

Dobryanka
A city in Russia

Dodsland
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Doizieux
A village in France

Dolinsk
A city in Russia

Domanico
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Donatyre
A village in Vaud, Switzerland

Drutsk
A town in Belarus

Dubuc
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Dukwi
A village in Botswana


Echternach
A city in Luxembourg (contributed by Transatlanticisms)

Elinkine
A town in Senegal

Elstow
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Emmaville
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Englefeld
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Ernfold
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Everbeek
A village in Belgium


Falerone
A comune and town in Marche, Italy

Faucigny
A village in France

Feiring
A village in Akershus, Norway

Feldbach
A village in Zurich, Switzerland

Fenstad
A village in Akershus, Norway

Feraoun
A town in Béjaïa Province, Algeria

Filandari
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Findlater
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Fiskars
A village in Finland

Fiumara
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Flateby
A village in Akershus, Norway

Flockton
A village in West Yorkshire, England

Fosston
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Foulum
A village in Central Jutland, Denmark

Foxground
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Francica
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Freamunde
A village in Portugal

Frinvillier
A village in Bern, Switzerland

Frogner
A village in Akershus, Norway

Fryanovo
A city in Russia

Fryazino
A city in Russia


Gamabuo
A village in Botswana

Gamberale
A comune and village in Abruzzo, Italy

Gangtok
State capital of Sikkim, in India

Ganmain
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Gaotang
A town in Fujian, China

Gaotou
A town in Fujian, China

Gedser
A town on the island of Falster, Denmark

Geraldton
A city in Western Australia, Australia

Gerogery
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Gerroa
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Giarsun
A town in Graubünden, Switzerland

Gierle
A village in Belgium

Giffone
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Gimcheon
A city in the North Gyeongsang Province of South Korea (contributed by Go_fred_the_monkey)

Gizhiga
A city in Russia

Gladmar
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Goariva
A village in France

Goodeve
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Gorodets
A city in Russia

Goshwe
A village in Botswana

Goudiry
A town in Senegal

Grayvoron
A city in Russia

Gresufes
A village in Portugal

Grevenmacher
A city in Luxembourg (contributed by Transatlanticisms)

Greverud
A village in Akershus, Norway

Gribbio
A village in Ticino, Switzerland

Grimentz
A village in Valais, Switzerland

Guardavalle
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Gubeikou
A town in Beijing, China

Gubkinsky
A city in Russia

Guerzim
A village in Béchar Province, Algeria

Guilmi
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Guyra
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Gwacheon
A city in the Gyeonggi-do Province of South Korea (contributed by Go_fred_the_monkey)


Hakadal
A village in Akershus, Norway

Halbrite
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Halfaya
A village in Syria

Halhal
A town in Eritrea

Hallendrup
A village in Aarhus, Denmark

Halshany
A village in Belarus

Hammamet
A town in Algiers Province, Algeria

Haradok
A town in Belarus

Harefield
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Hargraves
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Hartshead
A village in West Yorkshire, England

Harveng
A village in Belgium

Haslum
A village in Akershus, Norway

Hawarden
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Hazega
A village in Eritrea

Hazenmore
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Herskind
A village in Denmark

Heshan
A town in Fujian, China

Hillston
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Hirschau
A village in Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Hodgeville
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Hofwil
A village in Bern, Switzerland

Holroyd
A local goverment area in New South Wales, Australia

Hopefield
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Hresk
An urban settlement in Belarus

Hukeng
A town in Fujian, China

Hurdal
A village in Akershus, Norway

Hydeville
A village in Connecticut, United States


Ighiu
A commune in Alba County, Romania

Igloolik
An Inuit hamlet in northern Canada

Ihasalu
A village in Harju, Estonia

Ikoga
A village in Botswana

Ilansky
A city in Russia

Ilinsky
A city in Russia

Ilmandu
A village in Harju, Estonia

Ilmola
A village in Finland

Invermay
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Isenfluh
A hamlet in Bern, Switzerland

Islesford
A village in Maine, United States

Itanagar
State capital of Arunachal Pradesh, in India


Jacurso
A comune and village in Calabria, Italy

Jamraya
A village in Syria

Jessheim
A village in Akershus, Norway

Jingellic
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Jinning
An island in Fujian, China

Jiugong
A town in Beijing, China

Joaveski
A village in Harju, Estonia

Jokisuu
A village in Finland

Jonadi
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Joppolo
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Jormua
A village in Finland

Jungsund
A village in Finland

Juromenha
A town in Portugal


Kacgae
A village in Botswana

Kaduy
A city in Russia

Kallavere
A village in Harju, Estonia

Kalmunai
A city in Sri Lanka

Kalutara
A town in Sri Lanka

Kalyazin
A city in Russia

Kamikoani
A village in Akita, Japan

Kanakir
A village in Syria

Kanavere
A village in Harju, Estonia

Karabar
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Karabash
A city in Russia

Kareng
A village in Botswana

Kaudwane
A village in Botswana

Kavimba
A village in Botswana

Kedrovy
A city in Russia

Keelva
A village in Harju, Estonia

Kegalle
A large town in Sri Lanka

Kenebri
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Khabab
A village in Syria

Kiental
A village in Bern, Switzerland

Kihmla
A village in Harju, Estonia

Kineshma
A city in Russia

Kirdalu
A village in Harju, Estonia

Kirivalla
A village in Harju, Estonia

Kirkerud
A village in Akershus, Norway

Kivisuo
A village in Finland

Kizlyar
A city in Russia

Klintsy
A city in Russia

Kodinsk
A city in Russia

Koskue
A village in Finland

Kozelsk
A city in Russia

Kradolf
A village in Thurgau, Switzerland

Kraghave
A village in western Falster, Denmark

Kumanovo
A city in the north of the Republic of Macedonia

Kurkse
A village in Harju, Estonia

Kurtna
A village in Harju, Estonia

Kusans
A village in Finland

Kweneng
A village in Botswana

Kwinana
A local government area in Western Australia, Australia


Lakesland
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Lamitan
A city in the Philippines (contributed by Transatlanticisms)

Lanitza
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Lapedona
A comune in Marche, Italy

Largario
A village in Ticino, Switzerland

Laufenthal
A village in Bavaria, Germany

Leignon
A village in Belgium

Leirsund
A village in Akershus, Norway

Lemmaru
A village in Harju, Estonia

Leonbronn
A village in Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Lepakshi
A village in Andhra Pradesh, India

Lepiel
A town in Belarus

Lesnoy
A city in Russia

Lesoma
A village in Botswana

Lestock
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Lierfoss
A village in Akershus, Norway

Liftaya
A village in Syria

Likhvin
A city in Russia

Lintlaw
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Livezile
A commune in Alba County, Romania

Lucheng
A town in Beijing, China

Lucoli
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Lunuwila
A town in Sri Lanka

Lyskovo
A city in Russia

Lyuban
A city in Russia


Mabalane
A village in Botswana

Maboane
A village in Botswana

Macksville
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Macrorie
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Mahelma
A suburb of the city of Algier, Algeria

Maizidian
A subdistrict in Beijing, China

Makarava
A village in Belarus

Maleshe
A village in Botswana

Mallavere
A village in Harju, Estonia

Malolos
A city in the Philippines (contributed by Transatlanticisms)

Mamoudzou
The capital of Mayotte

Mandaluyong
A city in the Philippines (contributed by Transatlanticisms)

Mandaue
A city in the Philippines (contributed by Transatlanticisms)

Manniva
A village in Harju, Estonia

Marchihue
A city in Chile

Markinch
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Marinhais
A village in Portugal

Marolta
A village in Ticino, Switzerland

Marrar
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Marsoui
A village in Quebec, Canada

Marthadu
A village in Andhra Pradesh, India

Martofte
A village on the island of Funen, Denmark

Maryborough
A city in Queensland, Australia

Maryfield
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Mathoura
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Matnin
A village in Syria

Maubelo
A village in Botswana

Medstead
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Mendham
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Menzonio
A village in Ticino, Switzerland

Merriwa
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Mesicke
A village in the Kolonje district of Albania

Millwood
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Minnesund
A village in Akershus, Norway

Mirrool
A town in New South Wales, Australia

Mogobane
A village in Botswana

Mogome
A village in Botswana

Mokubilo
A village in Botswana

Molochio
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Momoen
A village in Akershus, Norway

Monbrunn
A village in Bavaria, Germany

Mondavio
A comune in Marche, Italy

Mondolfo
A comune in Marche, Italy

Monniaz
A village in Jussy, Switzerland

Monong
A village in Botswana

Monsano
A comune in Marche, Italy

Montauro
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Montazzoli
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Montefino
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Monwane
A village in Botswana

Mookane
A village in Botswana

Morchansk
A city in Russia

Morgins
A village in Valais, Switzerland

Morrovalle
A comune in Marche, Italy

Mortlach
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Moscufo
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Mozdok
A city in Russia

Muccia
A comune in Marche, Italy

Muntinlupa
A city in the Philippines (contributed by Transatlanticisms)


Nallamada
A village in Andhra Pradesh, India

Narach
A village in Belarus

Nedlands
A local government area in the suburbs of Perth in Western Australia, Australia

Neidingen
A village in Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Nerdrum
A village in Akershus, Norway

Neskollen
A village in Akershus, Norway

Neufvilles
A village in Belgium

Nevyansk
A city in Russia

Ngerulmud
The capital city of Palau

Niomoune
A village in Senegal

Nocciano
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Nordlunde
A village on the island of Lolland, Denmark

Nummela
A village in Finland


Oakenshaw
A village in West Yorkshire, England

Obourg
A village in Belgium

Oboyan
A city in Russia

Offida
A comune in Marche, Italy

Oksval
A village in Akershus, Norway

Olivadi
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Omdurman
The largest city in Sudan

Onsrud
A village in Akershus, Norway

Oufrane
A village in in Adrar Province, Algeria

Ottergem
A village in Belgium

Ovifat
A village in Belgium


Padanaram
A village in Massachusetts, United States

Pagadian
A city in the Philippines (contributed by Transatlanticisms)

Pagig
A village in Graubünden, Switzerland

Palizzi
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Paludi
A comune and village in Calabria, Italy

Parbold
A village and civil parish in Lancashire, England

Pawcatuck
A village in Connecticut, United States

Pazzano
A comune and village in Calabria, Italy

Perano
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Picciano
A comune and village in Abruzzo, Italy

Pinehurst
A village in Massachusetts, United States

Pioraco
A comune in Marche, Italy

Pleasantdale
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Porras
A village in Finland

Portmoos
A neighbourhood in Bern, Switzerland


Qarmas
A village in Syria

Qurfays
A village in Syria


Radisele
A village in Botswana

Rahayta
A town in Eritrea

Rahbat
A town in Batna Province, Algeria

Rakkeby
A village on the island of Mors, Denmark

Randvere
A village in Harju, Estonia

Ratyan
A village in Syria

Relizane
The capital city of Relizane Province, Algeria

Ricadi
A town in Calabria, Italy

Riddlesden
A village in West Yorkshire, England

Riverhurst
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Rizziconi
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Robelela
A village in Botswana

Roccaraso
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Roholte
A village in Region Zealand, Denmark

Rosarno
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Rosciano
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Rossano
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Rothbury
A village in Michigan, United States

Rudnya
A city in Russia

Rufisque
A city in Senegal

Rumelange
A city in Luxembourg (contributed by Transatlanticisms)

Ruonala
A village in Finland

Ruthilda
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Ruzhany
A town in Belarus


Salekhard
The capital of Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug (Yamalia), Russia, located on the Arctic Circle

Sandviken
A city in Sweden (contributed by Transatlanticisms)

Sanjiazi
A village in China

Sanjurge
A village in Portugal

Sankuyo
A village in Botswana

Saoula
A suburb of the city of Algiers, Algeria

Sarmada
A village in Syria

Sarnano
A comune in Marche, Italy

Savelli
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Scerni
A town in Abruzzo, Italy

Schimatari
A city in the southeast in the Viotia prefecture in Greece

Schoolcraft
A village in Michigan, United States

Scido
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Sefophe
A village in Botswana

Semboyo
A village in Botswana

Senafe
A town in Eritrea

Senneville
A village in Quebec, Canada

Sepako
A village in Botswana

Sergach
A city in Russia

Seronga
A village in Botswana

Sesung
A village in Botswana

Shamsin
A village in Syria

Shancheng
A town in Fujian, China

Shangba
A village in China

Shayrat
A village in Syria

Shoalhaven
A local government area and river in New South Wales, Australia

Sinjwan
A village in Syria

Skiphelle
A village in Akershus, Norway

Skotbu
A village in Akershus, Norway

Smedsby
A village in Finland

Smerillo
A comune in Marche, Italy

Smolyan
A town in southern Bulgaria

Socodor
A commune in Arad County, Romania

Sohodol
A commune in Alba County, Romania

Sojwe
A village in Botswana

Solalinden
A village in Bavaria, Germany

Somesville
A village in Maine, United States

Soodla
A village in Harju, Estonia

Souhane
A town in Blida Province, Algeria

Soverato
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Spoltore
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Springport
A village in Michigan, United States

Staffolo
A comune in Marche, Italy

Stenseby
A village on the island of Bornholm, Denmark

Stockbridge
A village in Michigan, United States

Strandby
A town in Denmark

Suifenhe
A city in Heilongjiang province, China

Sulmona
A comune and city in Abruzzo, Italy

Surlej
A village in Graubünden, Switzerland

Suzemka
A city in Russia

Svestad
A village in Akershus, Norway


Tabayama
A village in Yamanashi, Japan

Tadimarri
A village in Andhra Pradesh, India

Tadmaya
A village in Aïn Témouchent Province, Algeria

Taftville
A village in Connecticut, United States

Taguig
A city in the Philippines (contributed by Transatlanticisms)

Taldom
A city in Russia

Tamzoura
A municipality in Aïn Témouchent Province, Algeria

Tanakal
A village in Andhra Pradesh, India

Tanauan
A city in the Philippines (contributed by Transatlanticisms)

Tanohata
A village in Iwate, Japan

Tapurla
A village in Harju, Estonia

Tatarsk
A city in Russia

Tatnuck
A village in Massachusetts, United States

Tavanasa
A village in Graubünden, Switzerland

Tavoleto
A comune in Marche, Italy

Tegernau
A village in Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Thabala
A village in Botswana

Thiaroye
A town in Senegal

Tilatou
A town in Batna Province, Algeria

Timokten
A town and commune in Adrar Province, Algeria

Tiriolo
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Tivouane
A town in Senegal

Tobolsk
A city in Russia

Togrenda
A village in Akershus, Norway

Toowoomba
A city in Queensland, Australia

Toromoja
A village in Botswana

Torrebruna
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Tossicia
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Trasacco
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Treglio
A municipality and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Tremseh
A village in Syria

Treytorrens
A village in Vaud, Switzerland

Trockau
A town in Bavaria, Germany

Tsabit
A town and commune in Adrar Province, Algeria

Tshane
A village in Botswana

Tuguegarao
A city in the Philippines (contributed by Transatlanticisms)

Turcot
A village in Quebec, Canada

Turenki
A village in Finland

Turinsk
A city in Russia

Turmanin
A village in Syria

Tuurala
A village in Finland

Tyrsted
A village in Jutland, Denmark


Uerikon
A village in St. Gallen, Switzerland

Uiwang
A city in the Gyeonggi Province of South Korea (contributed by Go_fred_the_monkey)

Urbania
A comune in Marche, Italy


Vahastu
A village in Harju, Estonia

Vallentuna
A city in Sweden (contributed by Transatlanticisms)

Varberg
A city in Sweden (contributed by Transatlanticisms)

Vavuniya
A city in Sri Lanka

Vazzano
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Veregin
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Vibank
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Vilama
A village in Harju, Estonia

Vilivalla
A village in Harju, Estonia

Villigen
A municipality in Aargau, Switzerland

Vissoie
A village in Valais, Switzerland

Vitebsk
A city in Belarus

Vittorito
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Voranava
A town in Belarus

Vowchyn
A village in Belarus


Waltrams
A village in Bavaria, Germany

Wanghe
A town in Anhui, China

Wangtang
A village in China

Wanliu
A town in Beijing, China

Warnant
A village in Belgium

Wauregan
A village in Connecticut, United States

Weardley
A village in West Yorkshire, England

Welwyn
A village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Wittenwil
A village and former municipality in Thurgau, Switzerland

Wooldale
A village in West Yorkshire, England

Wuqiu
A town in Fujian, China


Xhumo
A village in Botswana

Xiazhai
A town in Fujian, China

Xincun
A town in Anhui, China


Yalesville
A village in Connecticut, United States

Yanyuan
A subdistrict in Beijing, China

Yellanur
A village in Andhra Pradesh, India

Yongshun
A town in Beijing, China

Yunling
A town in Fujian, China


Zamalkal
A village in Syria

Zaraisk
A city in Russia

Zarinsk
A city in Russia

Zavosse
A village in Belarus

Zeddine
A town in Aïn Delfa Province, Algeria

Zerhamra
A village in Béchar Province, Algeria

Zezikon
A village and former municipality in Thurgau, Switzerland

Zhelaizhai
A village in China

Zhizdra
A city in Russia

Zhujiayu
A village in China

Ziadiyah
A village in Syria

Species-Specific (304)

  1. Pea Chia Names (5)
  2. Cybunny Names (89)
  3. Jetsam Names (81)
  4. Chomby Names (22)
  5. Dinosaur Names (107)

Pea Chia Names



Peaday
(contributed by Fissyhit)

Peasoux
(contributed by Bootstrapboula)

Peatable
(contributed by Fissyhit)

Peatentious
(contributed by Fissyhit)

Unpeable
(contributed by Fissyhit)

Cybunny Names



Bunndown
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneach
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneaf
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneak
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneale
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneao
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnease
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneash
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneast
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneaster
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneat
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneata
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneate
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneck
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneeb
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneec
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneel
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneem
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneen
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneeq
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneese
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneesh
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneeth
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneg
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnegg
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneic
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneig
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneik
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneill
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneim
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneitta
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneity
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneiw
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneix
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnent
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnep
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneq
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnert
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnese
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnesh
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnetty
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnev
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneyd
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneyk
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneyl
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)


Bunneyle
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneyo
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneyque
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneysa
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunneyu
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunniech
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnieck
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnieg
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunniegg
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnieli
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnienn
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnient
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunniep
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunniert
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunniesh
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnietty
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunniety
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunniev
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnilli
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnillie
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnist
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnock
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnod
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnode
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnof
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnole
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnoll
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnony
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnort
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnoss
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnota
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnote
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnott
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnoty
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnoue
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnybrush
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnycharm
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnyck
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnydown
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnyeared
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Bunnyst
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

CybunnyDown
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Flopsybunnies
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Neobunnies
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Jetsam Names



Fangfins
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Finfangs
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkech
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkele
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkeli
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkelli
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkelline
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkello
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkelo
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkeloni
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkena
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkenn
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkent
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkesa
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkessa
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkesse
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharketine
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkeu
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkev
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkib
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkich
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkiea
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkief
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkiek
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkiel
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkiele
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkiell
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkielly
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkiena
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkienn
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkient
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkiep
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkiert
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkiery
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkiese
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkiesh
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkiess
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkiessa
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkiesse
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkieta
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)


Sharkiete
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkiett
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkietta
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkiety
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkiev
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkiew
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkif
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkik
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkily
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkinn
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkiq
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkique
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkirt
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkise
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkishly
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkissa
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkisse
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkitta
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkitte
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkoa
(contributed by Rainbow_daydreamer)

Sharkob
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Sharkod
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Sharkoel
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Sharkoff
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Sharkole
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Sharkolla
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Sharkolle
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Sharkolly
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Sharkony
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Sharkord
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Sharkort
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Sharkose
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Sharkosh
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Sharkoss
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Sharkosse
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Sharkote
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Sharkott
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Sharkotte
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Sauraq
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Sauraty
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Saurech
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SaurEgg
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Saurej
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Saurellie
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Saurelly
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Saurely
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Saurep
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Saureq
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Saurery
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Sauresa
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Sauresh
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Sauresse
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Sauressy
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Saurest
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Sauresy
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Saureth
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Sauretine
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Saurettine
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Sauretty
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Saurety
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Saurew
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Saurful
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Saurfulness
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Saurib
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Saurich
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Saurick
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Saurif
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Saurig
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Saurillie
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Saurilly
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Saurissie
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Saurissy
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Saurite
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Sauritte
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Sauriu
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Sauriz
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Saurlike
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Saurness
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Saurof
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Sauroff
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Sauroil
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Saurola
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Saurole
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Sauroll
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Saurolla
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Saurolle
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Saurollie
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Saurolly
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Sauroly
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Sauroop
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Sauroq
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Sauroque
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Saurosse
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Saurossy
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Saurost
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Saurosy
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Saurota
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Saurote
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Saurott
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Saurotte
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Sauroty
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Sauroy
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Sauruf
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Sauruff
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Saurug
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Saurula
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16th April



Achwayi
Chamicuro for (adj.) Sluggish

Afundu
Aromanian for (adj.) Deep

Agjatoi
Karelian for (adj.) Endless

Aoute
Guernésiais for (adj.) 1. Other, 2. Another

Aratse
Aromanian for (adj.) Cold

Arktilline
Karelian for (adj.) Arctic

Aroshu
Aromanian for (adj.) Red

Arvoine
Karelian for (adj.) Worth

Ayukpa
Chickasaw for 1. (v.) To be happy, 2. (adj.) Happy

Balbatar
Cimbrian for (adj.) Stammering

Bouan
Guernésiais for (adj.) Good

Broadel
Breton for (adj.) National

Caontent
Guernésiais for (adj.) Pleased

Chokma
Chickasaw for 1. (adj.) Good, 2. (adv.) Well, 3. (interjection) Hello

Couvaert
Guernésiais for (adj.) Overcast

Dangeraeux
Guernésiais for (adj.) Dangerous

Douarek
Breton for (adj.) 1. Earthy, 2. Earthly

Dourek
Breton for (adj.) 1. Watery, aquatic, hydrated, 2. Humid

Drenek
Cornish for (adj.) Thorny

Dultse
Aromanian for (adj.) Sweet

Ecelent
Friulian for (adj.) Excellent

Ferbint
Friulian for (adj.) 1. Piquant, 2. Fiery, hot, 3. Fervid, keen, 4. Biting

Fuart
Friulian for (adj.) 1. Strong, tough, 2. Loud

Galbin
Aromanian for (adj.) Yellow

Gwyrdh
Cornish for (adj.) Green

Himitta
Chickasaw for (adj.) New

Hweg
Cornish for (adj.) 1. Sweet, 2. Gentle, kind, pleasant, 3. Dear (in letters)

Imilhlha
Chickasaw for (adj.) 1. Afraid, 2. Wild

Kamalawa
Chamicuro for (adj.) White

Kashtakulu
Chamicuro for (adj.) Stubborn

Kaskaha
Choctaw for 1. (n.) Sourness; acidity, 2. (adj.) Sour, acid, 3. (v.) To sour

Kosewa
Chamicuro for (adj.) Black

Laouen
Breton for 1. (adj.) Happy, 2. (adv.) Willingly, gladly

Lasowi
Kashubian for (adj.) 1. Woodsy, 2. Outdoorsy

Machewa
Chamicuro for 1. (n.) Forest, 2. (adj.) Bad

Manatsa
Chamicuro for (adj.) Blind

Mushat
Aromanian for (adj.) 1. Beautiful, 2. Handsome

Nittaki
Chickasaw for (adj.) Early in the morning

Njirlu
Aromanian for (adj.) Blue

Pinvidik
Breton for (adj.) Rich, wealthy

Rudhvelyn
Cornish for (adj.) Orange

Saeur
Guernésiais for (adj.) Sure, certain

Schinos
Aromanian for (adj.) Spiny, thorny

Shobbokoli
Chickasaw for (adj.) Gray

Skuizh
Breton for (adj.) Tired

Speredek
Breton for (adj.) Intelligent, clever

Speredel
Breton for (adj.) Spiritual

Spernek
Cornish for (adj.) Thorny

Tilishka
Chamicuro for (adj.) All

Tinuod
Cebuano for (adv.) 1. Indeed, 2. Really, (adj.) 1. Real, true, 2. Genuine

Tokbakali
Chickasaw for (adj.) 1. Pale, 2. Faded

Ummona
Chickasaw for (adj.) First

Vaert
Guernésiais for (adj.) green

Veardi
Aromanian for (adj.) Green

Vuarb
Dalmatian or Fruilian for (adj.) Blind

Yeewa
Chamicuro for (adj.) Difficult

13th April



Abbateggio
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Acciano
A comune in Abruzzo, Italy

Albidona
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Alfedena
A comune in Abruzzo, Italy

Altidona
A comune in Marche, Italy

Ancarano
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Andali
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Arcevia
A comune in Marche, Italy

Bellante
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Borrello
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Bovalino
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Brittoli
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Caccuri
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Caldarola
A comune in Marche, Italy

Caloveto
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Cansano
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Cantiano
A comune in Marche, Italy

Canzano
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Cariati
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Carsoli
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Castorano
A comune in Marche, Italy

Cellara
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Cerisano
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Cocullo
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Corfinio
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Corinaldo
A comune and town in Marche, Italy

Cortale
A comune in town in Calabria, Italy

Davoli
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Domanico
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Falerone
A comune and town in Marche, Italy

Filandari
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Fiumara
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Francica
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Furci
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Gamberale
A comune and village in Abruzzo, Italy

Giffone
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Guardavalle
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Guilmi
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Jacurso
A comune and village in Calabria, Italy

Jonadi
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Joppolo
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Lapedona
A comune in Marche, Italy

Lucoli
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Molochio
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Mondavio
A comune in Marche, Italy

Mondolfo
A comune in Marche, Italy

Monsano
A comune in Marche, Italy

Montauro
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Montazzoli
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Montefino
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Morrovalle
A comune in Marche, Italy

Moscufo
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Muccia
A comune in Marche, Italy

Nocciano
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Offida
A comune in Marche, Italy

Olivadi
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Osimo
A comune and town in Marche, Italy

Palizzi
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Paludi
A comune and village in Calabria, Italy

Pazzano
A comune and village in Calabria, Italy

Perano
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Picciano
A comune and village in Abruzzo, Italy

Pioraco
A comune in Marche, Italy

Ricadi
A town in Calabria, Italy

Rizziconi
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Roccaraso
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Rosarno
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Rosciano
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Rossano
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Sarnano
A comune in Marche, Italy

Savelli
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Scerni
A town in Abruzzo, Italy

Scido
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Smerillo
A comune in Marche, Italy

Soverato
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Spoltore
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Staffolo
A comune in Marche, Italy

Sulmona
A comune and city in Abruzzo, Italy

Tavoleto
A comune in Marche, Italy

Tiriolo
A comune and town in Calabria, Italy

Torrebruna
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Tossicia
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Trasacco
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Treglio
A municipality and town in Abruzzo, Italy

Urbania
A comune in Marche, Italy

Vazzano
A comune in Calabria, Italy

Vittorito
A comune and town in Abruzzo, Italy

11th April



Alrois
AL-rois

Arazon
A-ra-zon

Ayarry
AY-a-ry

Barazon
BA-ra-zon

Birston
BIR-ston

Buovu
bu-O-vu

Carazoy
CA-ra-zoy

Cirston
CIR-ston

Cuovu
cu-O-vu

Derston
DER-ston

Dorston
DOR-ston

Duovu
du-O-vu

Ereson
E-re-son

Firston
FIR-ston

Fuovu
fu-O-vu

Garston
GAR-ston

Gorston
GOR-ston

Guovu
gu-O-vu

Gurston
GUR-ston

Harason
HA-ra-son

Huovu
hu-O-vu

Ilroi
IL-roi

Irazoy
I-ra-zoy

Izzene
IZ-ene

Jenlon
JEN-lon

Jirston
JIR-ston

Juovu
ju-O-vu

Karazon
KA-ra-zon

Kerston
KER-ston

Kirazoy
KI-ra-zoy

Korston
KOR-ston

Larazoy
LA-ra-zoy

Lerston
LER-ston

Lorston
LOR-ston

Luovu
lu-O-vu

Merston
MER-ston

Muovu
mu-O-vu

Narason
NA-ra-son

Narston
NAR-ston

Nenlon
NEN-lon

Olrois
OL-rois

Oroson
OR-o-son

Parston
PAR-ston

Puovu
pu-O-vu

Qarston
KAR-ston

Qerston
KER-ston

Quarston
KWAR-ston

Querston
KWER-ston

Rarston
RAR-ston

Rurston
RUR-ston

Sarston
SAR-ston

Sorston
SOR-ston

Suovu
su-O-vu

Syfle
SY-fel

Tufley
TUF-ley

Tuovu
tu-O-vu

Tyrston
TYR-ston

Ufley
UF-ley

Varston
VAR-ston

Virkir
VIR-kir

Virkira
vir-KI-ra

Virston
VIR-ston

Vuovu
vu-O-vu

Werston
WER-ston

Wuovu
wu-O-vu

Wurston
WUR-ston

Wyelm
WY-elm

Xarston
ZAR-ston

Xileer
ZIE-leer

Xorston
ZOR-ston

Xuovu
zu-O-vu

Yarston
YAR-ston

Yirston
YIR-ston

Yorren
YOR-en

Yuovu
yu-O-vu

Zarston
ZAR-ston

Zorston
ZOR-ston

Zuovu
zu-O-vu

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Cabinetmaking
n. The art of the cabinetmaker

Heronry
n. A breeding woodland for herons

Recipience
n. The ability to receive; receptivity

Recipiency
n. The ability to receive; receptivity

Reclothed
v. Dressed again, especially in different clothes

Recoat
v. Apply another coat of paint, varnish, etc. to (something)

Recommendatory
adj. Of or pertaining to a recommendation

Reconcilement
n. The fact of being restored to cordial relations with each other; settling differences, making peace; reconciliation

Reconsign
v. To consign again or differently

Recrimination
n. An accusation in response to one from someone else

Recriminative
adj. (archaic) Involving or of the nature of mutual or counter accusations

Redecorate
v. Apply paint or wallpaper in (a room or building) again, typically differently

Redoubtable
adj. (often humorous, of a peron) Formidable, especially as an opponent

Reedbuck
n. An African antelope with a distinctive whistling call and high bouncing jumps

Reefpoint
n. (sailing) Each of several short pieces of rope attached to a sail to secure it when reefed

Regardfully
adv. In a regardful manner; respectfully

Regenerative
adj. Tending to or characterized by regeneration

Rehearser
n. Someone who rehearses

Reheel
v. Fit (a shoe) with a new heel

Remould
v. Change the appearance, structure or character of

Repopulate
v. Introduce a population into (a previously occupied area or country)

Reprehend
v. Reprimand

Reproof
n. An remark of blame or disapproval

Requisitely
adv. In a requisite way; necessarily

Requisitioner
n. One who, or that which, requisitions

Requisitionist
n. One who makes or signs a requisition

Rescindable
adj. Able to be rescinded

Resembler
n. A person who resembles another

Resolutive
adj. (formal or archaic) Having the power or ability to dissolve or dispel something

Resourcefully
adv. In a resourceful manner

Respondence
n. (1) (obsolete) Response, answer, (2) (rare) Correspondence, agreement

Restiveness
n. The characteristic of being restive

Restitutive
adj. Of or pertaining to restitution; tending to restore to a previous state

Restoratively
adv. In a restorative manner

Resultative
adj. (grammar) Expressing, indicating, or relating to the outcome of an action

Retaliative
adj. Relating to or part of a retaliation

Retaliatory
adj. Relating to or part of a retaliation

Rethought
v. Considered or assessed (something) again

Retributory
adj. Of or relating to retribution; of the nature of retribution; involving retribution or repayment

Retype
v. Type (text) again on a typewriter or computer, especially to correct errors

Revengefully
adv. In a vengeful or vindictive manner

Reverential
adj. Of the nature of, due to, or characterised by reverence

Revocatory
adj. Of or pertaining to revocation; tending to revoke or recall

Rewarewa
n. A tall red-flowered tree native to New Zealand, which yields decorative timber used for cabinetmaking

Rewirable
adj. Able to be wired again

Rhatany
n. An astringent extract of the root of a South American shrub, used in medicine

Rhynchosaur
n. A tusked herbivorous reptile of the Triassic period

Ribwort
n. A Eurasian plantain with ribbed leaves and a rounded flower spike

Ricketiness
n. The state or condition of being rickety

Riddlingly
adv. In the form of a riddle

Ridership
n. The number of passengers using a particular form of public transport

Rigorously
adv. In a rigorous manner

Ringwork
n. (archaeology) The circular entrenchment of a minor medieval castle, expecially a fortified Norman manor

Roadblocks
n. Barriers or barricades on roads, especially ones set up by authorities to stop and examine traffic

Rockfalls
n. Avalanches of loose rocks

Ronquil
n. A slender bottom-dwelling fish that lives in cold coastal waters of the North Pacific

Roofscape
n. A scene or view of roofs, especially when considered in terms of its aesthetic appeal

Ropemanship
n. Skill in climbing with ropes

Rorqual
n. Any whale with longitudinal skin folds running from below the mouth to the navel

Rosemaling
n. The art, originating in Norway, of painting wooden furniture and objects with flower motifs

Rottenstone
n. Decomposed siliceous limestone used as a powder or paste for polishing metals

Roughcast
1. (n.) Plaster of lime, cement and gravel, used on outside walls, 2. (adj.) (of a person) Lacking refinement

Roundsman
n. A worker who makes rounds, especially in order to deliver goods

Roundwood
n. Timber which is left as small logs, not sawn into planks or chopped for fuel, typically taken from near the tops of trees and used as furniture

Rouseabout
n. An unskilled labourer or odd jobber on a farm, especially in a shearing shed

Routinism
n. (archaic) The prevalence or domination of routine

Rubiginous
adj. (technical or literary) Rust-coloured

Rudaceous
adj. (geology) Composed of fragments of relatively large side

Ruinously
adv. In a way that will cause ruin

Ruminative
adj. Causing rumination or prone to it; thoughtful

Runlets
n. Small streams

Rusticate
v. (1) (UK) To suspend or expel from a college or university, (2) To construct in a manner so as to produce jagged or heavily textured surfaces, (3) To go to reside in the country; to become rustic

Rustproof
adj. Not susceptible to corrosion by rust

Scabland
n. (US, geography) High, flat land of igneous rock, with thin soil and deep channels formed by glaciers or glacial floods

Scabling
n. A fragment or chip of stone

Scarefire
n. (1) An alarm of fire, (2) A house-burning; conflagration

14th April



Catchthief
catch + thief

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Misbefallen
v. Of an unfortunate event, having happened to (someone)

Nighwatch
n. (1) A watch kept on some premises, or on a town, by guards during the night, (2) The guards on such a watch

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Peaday
(contributed by Fissyhit)

Peatable
(contributed by Fissyhit)

Peatentious
(contributed by Fissyhit)

Unpeable
(contributed by Fissyhit)

12th April



Appleaf
apple + leaf

Applesprig
apple + sprig

Arrowfletch
arrow + fletch

Barbwing
barb + wing

Blightfrost
blight + frost

Braverun
brave + run

Brinedeep
brine + deep

Brinesurf
brine + surf

Brineswell
brine + swell

Catchwin
catch + win

Cloudveil
cloud + veil

Crookhunch
crook + hunch

Crookrogue
crook + rogue

Crookthief
crook + thief

Darkhall
dark + hall

Darkmere
dark + mere

Darkmyth
dark + myth

Filchthief
filch + thief

Finewick
fine + wick

Fledgefeather
fledge + feather

Fletchwing
fletch + wing

Frostrime
frost + rime

Harkhorn
hark + horn

Hearthflame
hearth + flame

Heartmelting
heart + melting (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Heartscribe
heart + scribe

Hunchwing
hunch + wing

Iceblight
ice + blight

Merepond
mere + pond

Mistmere
mist + mere

Moonapple
moon + apple

Moonmere
moon + mere

Moonswell
moon + swell

Moontooth
moon + tooth

Murkmist
murk + mist

Mythmere
myth + mere

Ridgewind
ridge + wind

Rotstone
rot + stone

Scribesoul
scribe + soul

Scribewrit
scribe + writ

Sprigblossom
sprig + blossom

Sprigflower
sprig + flower

Sprigleaf
sprig + leaf

Sprigthorn
sprig + thorn

Tallheart
tall + heart

Thawheart
thaw + heart

Thawsnow
thaw + snow

Thiefclaw
thief + claw

Tornsky
torn + sky

Windridge
wind + ridge

Wingscales
wing + scales

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Candlewright
Nonce word: n. A maker of candles

Crookd
Misspelling: Crooked

Curlikue
Misspelling: Curlicue

Dubeous
Misspelling: Dubious

Flamewright
Nonce word: n. A maker of flames

Gearwright
Nonce word: n. A maker of gears

Heartwright
Nonce word: n. A maker of hearts

Skarce
Misspelling: Scarce

Skoffer
Misspelling: Scoffer

Skoolgirl
Misspelling: Schoolgirl

Skools
Misspelling: Schools

Skrapper
Misspelling: Scrapper

Skuffed
Misspelling: Scuffed

Songwright
Nonce word: n. A maker of songs

Spellwright
Nonce word: n. A maker of spells

Sprigling
Nonce word: n. A young or small person

Stonewright
Nonce word: n. A maker of or with stone

Swymmer
Misspelling: Swimming

Talewright
Nonce word: n. A maker of tales

Wandwright
Nonce word: n. A maker of wands

Willt
Misspelling: Wilt

Youngsta
Misspelling: Youngster

10th April



Beiel
(contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Cafie
(contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Ceial
(contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Cifie
(contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Ciwie
(contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Cuily
(contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Deiel
(contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Feial
(contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Feiel
(contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Fluffintton
(contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Heial
(contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Heiel
(contributed by Gabi100pitty)

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Cemiterios
Portuguese for (n.) Graveyards, cemeteries (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Circense
Portuguese for (adj.) Relating to the circus (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Comovida
Portuguese for (adj., f.) Moved (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Componente
Portuguese for (n.) Component (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Comuns
Portuguese for (n.) Commons (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Conceitos
Portuguese for (n.) Concepts (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Conselhos
Portuguese for (n.) Advice, councels (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Consequencia
Portuguese for (n.) Fate, consequence (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Consolavel
Portuguese for (adj.) Consolable (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Conspiracao
Portuguese for (n.) Conspiracy (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Construida
Portuguese for (v., f.) Constructed, build (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Construido
Portuguese for (v., m.) Constructed, build (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Conversivel
Portuguese for (adj.) Conversible (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Conversas
Portuguese for (n.) Conversations (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Costelas
Portuguese for (n., f.) Ribs (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Cranios
Portuguese for (n.) Skulls (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Desesperos
Portuguese for (v.) Despairs (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Inconsolavel
Portuguese for (adj.) Inconsolable (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Mocassim
Portuguese for (n.) Moccasin (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Predestinada
Portuguese for (v., f.) Predestined (contributed by Gabi100pitty)

Save A Name

You can reserve up to five names that you plan to use at some point in the future (e.g. to create on a specific day, perhaps) but do not want to use immediately. All this means is that I will remove your chosen names from A Gift For Life, thus lowering the chances of them being used by someone else.

To save a name, simply neomail me the name(s) you would like to reserve.

I return unused names to the site after two years.

More Name Sites

The status of these sites is up-to-date as of 2nd Apr, '14.

I would like to list all sites of untaken petnames. Please do neomail me to have your site listed here, or to let me know of one. Thanks!

Status Key:

  • Blue: Last updated within two months.
  • Red: Last updated within six months.
  • Green: Last updated outside of six months.
  • Yellow: Last update unknown.

Limited Edition Neopets

Limited Edition (abbreviated to LE) is the term applied to nine species of Neopet that are not permanently available for creation in Create-a-Neopet. They are often (yet not always) released for creation in limited numbers on one day of the year, e.g. Poogles may be released on 19th September.

Tonu, Chomby, Lutari, Cybunny, Hissi, Koi, Kiko, Poogle and Jetsam are all Limited Edition. Draiks and Krawk are also not available in Create-a-Pet, but they are distinguished with the term Restricted. Draiks and Krawk are not released on their Pet Days (Draiks were released in the year they were first introduced and also accidentally in 2009, but not otherwise). They must be obtained through other means, such as hatching a Draik Eggs or taking a Krawk petpet to the Fungus Cave. Grundo are also unavailable through Create-a-Pet but they are permanently available from the Space Adoption Agency (although it says 'adoption' you are in fact creating a new Grundo).

All of the Neopets mentioned above can also be obtained by the use of Morphing or Transmogrification potions, though due to the species' Limited nature some of these potions can be expensive. Sometimes creating one on their Pet Day is a preferred option.

So, how does the release work? Firstly, although a Limited Edition pet is usually released on their Pet Day, it is not guaranteed. Below you will find an incomplete history of LE releases. The green plus signs link to entries of my blog where I go into more detail such as when the release started and how long it went on for.

Typically, the Neopet will be released in small batches throughout the day, though this doesn't always begin promptly after midnight (sometimes there is a wait of hours). Sometimes these batches will be often and large enough that the available total will build up and the species will appear to be continually available, making it easy to create one, while other times they may run out in between batches. If this happens then you could try refreshing Create-a-Pet periodically and/or try checking the Help Chat or another board for alerts that people might post when the species becomes available again. At the other extreme, sometimes the batches build up so much that the species remains available for an additional 24 hours after their official Day.


Tonu Day (21st Feb)

As well as becoming available on their day, Tonu are also released in smaller numbers most days of the year, at random times. The times may coincide with the Giant Omelette being gone, but this is not certain.

  • 2014: 10,000+ released +
  • 2013: 20,000+ released +
  • 2012: 36,000 released +
  • 2011: none

Chomby Day (22nd March)

  • 2014: 20,000+ released +
  • 2013: 20,000+ released +
  • 2012: 26,000 released +
  • 2011: 30,000 released +
  • 2010: ??? released +
  • 2009: ??? released

Lutari Day (19th April)

  • 2013: 20,000 released +
  • 2012: 20,000 released +
  • 2011: 14,000 released +
  • 2010: none
  • 2009: ??? released

Cybunny Day (27th April)

  • 2013: 25,000 released +
  • 2012: 26,000 released +
  • 2011: 20,000 released +
  • 2010: ??? released +
  • 2009: ??? released

Hissi Day (4th May)

  • 2013: 10,000+ released +
  • 2012: 20,000 released +
  • 2011: 19,000 released +
  • 2010: 30,000 released +
  • 2009: ??? released

Koi Day (25th May)

  • 2013: 5,000+ released +
  • 2012: 7,000+ released +
  • 2011: 20,000 released +
  • 2010: 17,000 released +
  • 2009: ??? released

Kiko Day (17th July)

  • 2013: 5,000+ released +
  • 2012: 7,000+ released +
  • 2011: 20,000 released
  • 2010: ??? released
  • 2009: ??? released

Poogle Day (19th September)

  • 2013: 15,000+ released +
  • 2012: 11,000+ released +
  • 2011: 44,000 released +
  • 2010: 20,000 released +
  • 2009: ??? released

Jetsam Day (16th October)

  • 2013: 15,000+ released +
  • 2012: 10,000 released +
  • 2011: 16,000 released +
  • 2010: 35,000 released +

Species Popularity

Neopets's official Pet Popularity page is very interesting, but it has been tracking species popularity for so long that the numbers are massively accumulative; older species have a huge headstart on newer species. Plus it only counts Neopets created through the Create-a-Pet page, discluding the alternate methods such as Morphing and Transmogrification Potions, Draik Eggs and Krawk petpets. So I wanted to know: How accurate is it really?

In June, 2013, a total of 405 petnames were used from A Gift For Life and I recorded the species of each. I delayed my recording by 24-48 hours from the name's creation, to allow time for people to use those alternate methods and achieve the species they really want. Below are the results, ordered first alphabetically and then by popularity descending.

News & Updates

16th Apr: (-7 names) (+56 names) The new names are all Multilingual RWs. =]

15th Apr: (-10 names) One of those ten names was the 24,000th name to be used from AGFL! C:

14th Apr: (-13 names) (+7 names) Today's names are a mixture. They include some Pea-themed contributions from Fissyhit. C:

13th Apr: (-7 names) (+87 names) More new names~ These are Places in Italy. C:

12th Apr: (-10 names) (+73 names) Today's new names are half Combinations and half Incorrections. C:

11th Apr: (-8 names) (+154 names) Today's new names are half Fantasy and half English RW. I'm going to be doing quite a bit of name-making in the run up to what I call the 'busy season' for name sites: Lutari Day 19th Apr, Cybunny Day 27th Apr, Hissi Day 4th May, Koi Day 25th May.

10th Apr: (-5 names) (+34 names) The new names are contributions from Gabi100pitty. C:

9th Apr: (-8 names)

8th Apr: (-6 names) My pet Agiftforlife (a.k.a. 'Life') - on whose petpage AGFL resides - has a new look and a new customisation. The design is based on this site: New lives and new stories begin here, plus it looks like Life is checking the list of names for us. C;

7th Apr: (-11 names) Sorry about the very late update today. If you can believe it I've come down with another cold! All of a week after the last one. Dx

6th Apr: (-8 names) AGFL is now listed at Strategy, a new directory.

5th Apr: (-8 names)

4th Apr: (-10 names)

3rd Apr: (-8 names) (+61 names) Sixty-one new Fantasy names. C: Plus I checked the More Name Sites.

2nd Apr: (-7 names) All those 'foster' pets we saw yesterday are now back in the Pound. Why not do something different today and adopt instead of creating?

1st Apr: (-8 names) Watch out for pranks today. C: In the month of March, 286 names were taken from AGFL and 157 were added. That's unusually uneven, isn't it? Still, I added more in February.

31st Mar: (-8 names) My updates are now back to being at around 12:15 instead of 01:15, as the clocks where I live have gone forward an hour.

30th Mar: (-16 names) AGFL is up-to-date now. C=

29th Mar: I'm sorry I haven't checked the names since the 27th. I've got a cold/flu and really don't feel up to it. I'm sure I'll be back soon though. =]

27th Mar: (-9 names)

26th Mar: (-1 names)

25th Mar: (-7 names) (+62 names) I wrote a summary of Chomby Day over on my blog. There were 20,000 Chombies released for creation, only about 4,700 of which were created. =]

24th Mar: (-25 names)

23rd Mar: (-56 names) (+35 names) If you missed the Chombies yesterday check the Create a Neopet page; they are likely to remain available throughout today as well. C:

22nd Mar: (-6 names) Happy Chomby Day! Good luck if you're after one. I'm down on the Help Chat bumping the untaken names topic today. Come say hi? =]

21st Mar: (-4 names) Chomby Day tomorrow. =D

20th Mar: (-6 names)

19th Mar: (-9 names)

18th Mar: (-13 names)

17th Mar: (-10 names) AGFL is now affiliated with Sobriquet. C:

16th Mar: (-3 names) I've updated the status of the More Name Sites, and also added Sobriquet to the list. =D

15th Mar: (-14 names)

14th Mar: (-5 names) (+48 names) The new names are mostly Fantasy, with a few Combinations. C=

13th Mar: (-5 names) I'll be adding some new Fantasy names soonish... Just not sure when yet, bit busy.

12th Mar: (-3 names)

11th Mar: (-4 names)

10th Mar: (-5 names) My updates will appear to be a little later than usual for a couple of weeks, due to the clock change for Daylight Saving Time.

9th Mar: (-11 names)

8th Mar: (-4 names)

7th Mar: (-8 names) (+12 names) The new names are Combinations. =]

6th Mar: (-8 names)

5th Mar: (-11 names)

4th Mar: (-13 names) AGFL is now affiliated with Brooke's Untaken Names. C=

3rd Mar: (-9 names) The More Name Sites have been checked and updated. =]

2nd Mar: (-5 names)

1st Mar: (-6 names) In the month of February, 229 names were used from AGFL and 287 new ones were added.

28th Feb: (-6 names) (+33 names) The new names are English Real Words, all beginning with the letter N. =]

27th Feb: (-8 names)

26th Feb: (-2 names)

25th Feb: (-10 names)

24th Feb: (-9 names) (+44 names) The new names are mostly Fantasy names. =]

23rd Feb: (-22 names)

22nd Feb: (-7 names)

21st Feb: (-2 names) Happy Tonu Day! Good luck if you plan on creating one. ^-^ I'm afraid I've decided against making my usual untaken names topic on the Help Chat today, as the Tonu Day release receives so little interest (because they're available most days of the year as well as today).

20th Feb: (-5 names) Tonu Day tomorrow. =]

19th Feb: (-4 names) Only four? Slow day yesterday? C;

18th Feb: (-7 names) (+79 names) The new names are all Fantasy. Sorry they're a bit formulaic. n.n; I'll do a more varied batch next time.

17th Feb: (-9 names)

16th Feb: (-10 names) The More Name Sites status is now up-to-date. =]

15th Feb: (-10 names)

14th Feb: (-7 names)

13th Feb: (-11 names) (+51 names) The new names include 1 Combination, 22 Incorrections and 28 English Real Words. =]

12th Feb: (-9 names)

11th Feb: (-6 names)

10th Feb: (-7 names)

9th Feb: (-13 names) (+28 names) Here's some more Fantasy names. C:

8th Feb: (-4 names) (+32 names) Today's new names are Fantasy and a few Incorrections.

7th Feb: (-7 names) (+15 names) Here's a few English Real Words from the R section of my dictionary. =]

6th Feb: (-2 names) I'll be adding some new names soon, either tomorrow or the day after.

5th Feb: (-22 names) The names are now up-to-date! Sorry for the delay. Everything's sorted now. C:

4th Feb: I'm sorry I haven't checked the names today. I've just changed to a new computer and am still sorting out my files and getting things working. I'll update again with a name check as soon as I can. C:

3rd Feb: (-13 names)

2nd Feb: (-11 names) (+5 names) The new names are Fantasy contributions from Azuhi1. C= Plus I've updated the statuses of the More Name Sites and also added a few new ones.

1st Feb: (-8 names) In January, 314 names were taken and 202 were added. C=

31st Jan: (-10 names) (+46 names) The new names are Latvian adjectives. C:

30th Jan: (-8 names)

29th Jan: (-7 names)

28th Jan: (-8 names)

27th Jan: (-13 names) (+35 names) More contributions from Greg_simon! ^-^

26th Jan: (-12 names) AGFL has a new affiliate: Enchanted. It's an untaken names site, so it is also listed in the More Name Sites section. C=

25th Jan: (-8 names) (+50 names) The new names are Fantasy names and were all contributed by Greg_simon! =D

24th Jan: (-7 names)

23rd Jan: (-8 names)

22nd Jan: (-9 names)

21st Jan: (-11 names)

20th Jan: (-9 names)

19th Jan: (-4 names)

18th Jan: (-25 names) Hi, I'm sorry I didn't update yesterday. I had a cold and was feeling quite rough. Much better today though. C=

16th Jan: (-6 names) (+31 names) The new names are mostly Fantasy names. Plus I've checked over the More Name Sites. [C=]

15th Jan: (-5 names)

14th Jan: (-7 names)

13th Jan: (-11 names)

12th Jan: (-8 names)

11th Jan: (-9 names)

10th Jan: (-9 names)

9th Jan: (-12 names)

8th Jan: (-17 names) (+36 names) The new names are mostly Fantasy, plus a few Incorrections. C:

7th Jan: (-13 names)

6th Jan: (-9 names)

5th Jan: (-14 names)

4th Jan: (-15 names)

3rd Jan: (-15 names) (+4 names) Just a small handful of names. One Combination and three English RWs.

2nd Jan: (-18 names) I've checked the status of the More Name Sites this morning. =]

1st Jan: (-9 names) (+27 names) Happy New Year! The new names are some lovely fantasy names contributed by Ninetendogamecube. In the month of December: 340 names were taken and 442 were added. In 2013: 4,709 names were taken and 5,628 were added. C=

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Contributors

Here are all the wonderful people who have contributed untaken names over the years. This list also includes players of the Name Chain game, which is now archived.

If you fancy contributing a name or two, then... Thank you!


84Sapphire84
9000potatoz
_234
_Druscilla_kitty
_Mandynha_dumaw_
_Nell_is_the_best_
_Shadowfur_
A_gogo
Abductee
Abithya
Aileisel
Airberrious
Airxia
Allamericangirl
Ambitiouswolf
Anabelle_28
Anarchyalchemy
Aniaroks
Animalcracker28
Animalhaven
Annamaroulaki
Apogeeofdelerium
Appleish
Aqua_fountain
Arende
Armyangel1996
Ashleyh_2008
Ashleywhatever
Ashnbuzz
Atebit
Atlantis_kid99
Audiostrike
Avawang731
Avicide
Azarte
Azuhi1
Azulur
Balloonology
Bearygirl14
Beautifullysublime
Beladon
Belleriviere
Bethanym145
Betrayals
Bigpapabb
Bluerose711
Bluushi
Bookie_cookie2
Bookworm593
Booski501
Bootstrapboula
Bransongirl
Briavel
Bridget9993
Briek_4u
Brown_rat
Cameron_and_aspen
Candykitty205
Captain_kode
Cardcaptor_sakura_25
Carnivals
Cassie142000
Cassmay23
Catqueen96_8
Cheezie_10
Chevrolette__xx
Cheynichole
Chibideamonx3
Chinesechami
Chinesekoi22
Chiwawa55
Chloe9722
Chocolate16
Cinfyna
Cixties
Claideb
Cloudglitzer
Computerscreen111
Contagions
Cookiegirl007
Cougcat
Crispycheesypizza
Curren_disaster
Cutecats893
Cutienandz2
Dandancancan
Darkenedsoul91
Decalis
Dejawins
Devil_chick94
Dhullu
Dragi55
Ebaker922
Eiclipse
Elaine_fairy12
Eliza20065
Emmaloerick
Emohairx
Encrypted_sanity
Estellise_heuraussin
Evanec
Farsky
Fasty1245
Feathertailluv
Fissyhit
Flawlessly
Floop695
Foblin
Froggysrule_98
Fundamenta
Fuzilio
Gabi100pitty
Galadreal
Galaxee
Gbcats
Geestelijk
Gere
Ghostcheat
Gigilio779
Go_fred_the_monkey
Gracie34577
Green_wizardco
Greg_simon
Gremlin_007
Grey_faerie_3
Groovy_2nky
Guddi6

Happydance124
Hess98
Heudiheu
Iloveband555
Ilovesnoopy10
Infiniteus
Ink_hearted_goddess
Inksplot
Interl
Invisible_sadness
Iosnmitica
Ipod_music_love
J3llyr0xs
Jandarules12
Janna1012
Jessieluff
Johnny_____depp
Jrwacmaster
Judah__warlegos
Judena
Junkdrive
Justheretokilltime
Karanta_
Karapin
Katiedarby_1991
Kauvera
Keshala
Kestriae
Keyial
Kiev_cool
Kittygirl1317
Lacent
Laurapet131
Lawduckie
Levarakas
Levipuppy
Lieutenant_octopus
Lightning_lollipop
Lightnsoundshow
Lil_ncs
Littleadopter0327
Lolamartinez1
Lolrockstars
Lone_gungirl
Lonniemil07
Love2522
Loveaccomplished
Loveshugochara
Lucie_super_star
Lucyweb
Luigi_koopa
Lyra_blazingstar
Lzmena
Ma_trojas
Macaww
Madeincanadagrl
Magicalbreeze
Makota_sohma
Mar_mar_013
Marykate987654321
Mayas_campaign
Meeposaur
Megan_n_chance
Meghugp2
Meltro321
Meriem_0o
Michelle_l94
Michellesteward
Mightyfish
Milliekinz
Mkguerrero
Momotoshirou
Mophey
Morana_death
Movie138music
Mrsanta1231234
Mudkip3535
Muzic_moi
My_neos_are_cuter_1
N30
Nefarity
Neobutterfly282
Neochip99
Neogirlwholovesitall
Newmoon653
Niarulz
Nice_fairy
Nightopal
Ninetendogamecube
Ninijib
Nirette
Nuclear_onyx
O9bacutee
Oloklijihuhy
Ooooco
Oravay

Pinkadopter
Pinktwirlz
Piramyth
Pitke
Pittyprettypup
Plushie_wolf
Polish_girl_123
Pomico
Potterllama
Puhley
Pureopal
Purplekatluver
Purplepolkadotty
Quilavasid
Rachuul
Radiant_glow
Rainbow_daydreamer
Rainbowriver32
Raining_shadow
Randomsilliness
Raven666732
Risces
Rivalette
Road_kills
Robyn8s
Rs_rbn
Rukia_kun16
Runningmachine01
Samantha39390
Sapphire_blu2
Sassygirlygirl3792
Sax0ph0ne6
Scifye
Scm804
Shenkuuwarrior2
Shinning123
Shravopa
Silvermadness
Skyed_angel
Smart_and_sassy
Snazzied
Sonnybob
Sorceries
Sozzle1992
Sparklstar
Spriteshock
Standingside
Star_empyre
Starlites
Starting_over99988
Sweet_carolina
Sydneyluvschikorita
Tadiepurr
Tamedtanizard
Techno_chic25
The_art_pad
The_foster_mother
The_lovely_plum
The_pokemon_fanatic
The_red_kougras
Tina_belle
Tiniest_princess
Tinkerbell_q13
Tiptoeboo
Toastychloe
Torib1016
Transatlanticisms
Transcendere
Trypticon
Tsukimae
Twinkiesnuffynoah
Umbra
Uniquecat
Vanessa_anson9798
Vegetablel
Wanderlustre
Warriorcat_nutfur
Water14melon
Wednesday793
Werewolf15670
Whiteouthorizon
Winnieallstar
Wolf04
Wolflurks
x_Stormflower_x
xmxSummer4955
xx_Anvi_xx
xxLeopardxx
Y2j_fannatic
Yaruuna813
Yuivixpop
Zapchu
Zappus
Zbryant
Zeus_da_moose

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