Scrabble 3-Letter Words

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COX coxswain.
COZ cousin
CWM cirque
EFF efficiency.
GIE give
AAH (used as an exclamation expressing surprise, delight, joy, etc.)
AAL - Function: abbreviation - anterior axillary line
AAS American Academy of Sciences.
ABA - a coarse, felted fabric woven of camel's or goat's hair.
ABO an Aborigine.
ABY - to endure; continue. - Archaic. to pay the penalty of.
ADO busy activity; bustle; fuss.
ADZ an axlike tool,
AFF preposition, adverb - Scot. - off.
AFT at, close to, or toward the stern or tail:
AGA (in Muslim countries) - 1.a title of honor, implying respect for age. - 2.a general.
AIN adjective – Scot - own.
AIS a three-toed sloth,
AIT - a small island, esp. in a river.
ALA - a wing. - a winglike part, process, or expansion, as of a bone, shell, seed, or stem.
ALB - a linen vestment with narrow sleaves, worn chiefly by priests,
ALS Lou Gehrig's disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
ALT High
AMA - a Japanese diver, usually a woman, who tends underwater oyster beds used in the cultivation of pearls.
AMU Atomic Mass Unit
ANE adjective, noun, pronoun - Chiefly Scot. - one.
ARB noun - an arbitrager.
ARS advanced record system. 2. - Agricultural Research Service.
ATT 1. attached. 2. attention. 3. attorney.
AVE interjection - 1. hail; welcome. 2. farewell; good-bye.
AVO noun, plural a·vos. a money of account of Macao, the 100th part of a pataca.
AWA –adverb Scot. away.
AWN a bristlelike appendage of a plant, esp. on the glumes of grasses. AXE
AYS –adverb, noun - pl of aye.
AZO - Chemistry. - containing the azo group. - denoting the presence of nitrogen,
BAA to make the sound of a sheep; bleat.
BAL Balmoral (def. 2). - an ankle-high shoe, laced in front
BAP a soft, flattish bread roll.
BAS Bachelor of Applied Science.
BEL a unit of power ratio, equal to 10 decibels.
BEY a provincial governor in the Ottoman Empire.
BIS again (used interjectionally as an enthusiastic call for the repetition of a musical performance).
BIZ business:
BOS Basic Operating System.
BOT the larva of a botfly.
BRR (used to express sensations of cold).
BUR - a rough, prickly case around the seeds of certain plants, as the chestnut or burdock.
BYS The position of one who draws no opponent for a round in a tournament and so advances to the next round.
CAM a disk or cylinder having an irregular form such that its motion, usually rotary, gives to a part or parts in contact with it a specific rocking or reciprocating motion
CAW 1. the harsh, grating cry of the crow, raven, etc.
CAY a small low island; key.
CEE the letter C.
CEL a transparent celluloid sheet
CEP an edible mushroom, Boletus edulis, that grows wild under pine or other evergreen trees: prized for its flavor.
CHI the twenty-second letter of the Greek alphabet (X, χ).
CIS a prefix occurring in loanwords from Latin meaning “on the near side of” (cisalpine)
COL a pass or depression in a mountain range or ridge.
COO - to utter or imitate the soft, murmuring sound characteristic of doves.
COR (in prescriptions) the heart.
COS romaine.
DAG one of a series of decorative scallops or foliations along the edge of a garment, cloth, etc.
DAH an echoic word, the referent of which is a tone interval approximately three times the length of the dot, used to designate the dash of Morse code, International Morse code, etc.
DAK transportation by relays of people or horses, esp. in the East Indies. 2. mail delivered by such transportation.
DAL East Indian Cookery. - a sauce made from lentils and spices, usually served with rice.
DAP to bounce or skip, as on the surface of a body of water:
DAW jackdaw. - 2. Obsolete. simpleton; fool.
DEB Informal. a debutante.
DEE- a metal loop attached to tack, for fastening gear: to hang wire cutters from a dee on a saddle.
DEL - (in names of Spanish derivation) a contraction of de and the article el: Estanislao del Campo.
DEV development.
DEX Dextroamphetamine.
DEY the title of the governor of Algiers before the French conquest in 1830.
DIB to fish by letting the bait bob lightly on the water.
DIS female deity, esp. one promoting fertility:
DIT an echoic word, the referent of which is a click or brief tone interval, used to designate the dot of Morse code, International Morse code, etc.
DOC - doctor. - doctor.
DOL a unit for measuring the intensity of pain.
DOM a title of a monk in the Benedictine, Carthusian, Cistercian, and certain other monastic orders.
DOR - a common European dung beetle, Geotrupes stercorarius.
DOS d(isk) o(perating) s(ystem)
DOW - .to thrive; prosper; do well.
DUI driving under the influence
DUN - dull, grayish brown
DUP duplicate.
EAU Fr. for "water," in various combinations such as eau de vie "brandy" (1748), lit. "water of life;" eau de toilette (1907).
EBB the flowing back of the tide as the water returns to the sea (opposed to flood, flow).
ECU the shield carried by a mounted man-at-arms in the Middle Ages.
EDH - a letter in the form of a crossed d, written đ or ð, used in Old English writing to represent both voiced and unvoiced th and in modern Icelandic and in phonetic alphabets to represent voiced th.
EFS exchange of futures for swaps
EFT a newt, esp. the eastern newt,
ELD age
ELL an extension usually at right angles to one end of a building.
ELS pl. el - elevated railroad.
EME friend - scot
EMF electromagnetic field.
EMS emergency medical service.
ENG the symbol, ŋ, that, in the International Phonetic Alphabet and in the pronunciation alphabets of some dictionaries, represents the voiced velar nasal consonant indicated in this dictionary by (ng), as in the pronunciations of cling (kling) and clink (klingk).
ENS Metaphysics. - an existing or real thing; an entity.
ERE before
ERG physics - the centimeter-gram-second unit of work or energy, equal to the work done by a force of one dyne when its point of application moves through a distance of one centimeter in the direction of the force; 10−7 joule.
ERN an adjective suffix occurring with names of directions: northern; southern.
ERS ervil. - a vetch, Vicia ervilia, grown in Europe for forage.
ESS the letter S, s.
ETA the seventh letter of the Greek alphabet (H, η).
ETH a letter in the form of a crossed d, written đ or ð, used in Old English writing to represent both voiced and unvoiced th and in modern Icelandic and in phonetic alphabets to represent voiced th.
FAS pl. fa - the syllable used for the fourth tone of a diatonic scale
FAY a fairy.
FEH an expression of disgust, disapproval, displeasure
FEM a woman.
FEN low land covered wholly or partially with water; boggy land; a marsh.
FER preposition, conjunction - Informal. for.
FET Banking. federal estate tax.
FEU - A free and gratuitous right to lands made to one for service to be performed by him; a tenure where the vassal, in place of military services, makes a return in grain or in money
FEY supernatural; unreal; enchanted:
FID a stout bar of wood or metal placed across a lower spar so as to support a higher one.
FIL a coin and monetary unit of Bahrain, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, and the People's Democratic Republic of Yemen, the 100th part of a dinar.
FIZ bubbles
FLU - influenza.
FOB a small pocket just below the waistline in trousers for a watch, keys, change, etc. Compare watch pocket
FOH (used to express contempt or disgust.)
FON a member of a people living mainly in Benin.
FOU drunk, full
FOY a farewell gift, feast, or drink. - faith.
FUB - to cheat someone by substituting something spurious or inferior;
FUD a fuddy-duddy.
FUG stale air, esp. the humid, warm, ill-smelling air of a crowded room, kitchen, etc.
GAR Also called garfish, garpike. any predaceous freshwater fish
GAT a pistol or revolver
GED general equivalency diploma.
MIM primly modest or demure.
GEN general, - a combining form meaning “that which produces,” used in the formation of compound words: endogen; hydrogen
GEY considerably; very.
GIB (in carpentry or ironwork) a heavy metal strap for fastening two members together.
GID a disease of cattle and esp. of sheep in which the brain or spinal cord is infested with larvae of the dog tapeworm, Multiceps multiceps, producing staggers.
GIP gyp - swindle
GIT - a foolish or contemptible person.
GOA a gazelle, Procapra picticaudata, of the Tibetan plateau.
GOB a mass or lump.
GOR (used as an exclamation of surprise or disbelief.)
GOX gaseous oxygen.
GUL a large octagonal design derived from the shape of a rose, a motif on Oriental rugs.
GUV term of address used to a man, esp. by a younger man, boy, employee, or social inferior.
HAE have
HAH interjection - ha
HAJ A pilgrimage to Mecca during Dhu'l Hijja, made as an objective of the religious life of a Muslim.
HAO an aluminum coin and monetary unit of Vietnam, the tenth part of a dong.
HAP one's luck or lot.
HAW to utter a sound representing a hesitation or pause in speech.
HEH the fifth letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
HEP hip
HES contraction of he is.
HET made warm or hot ('het' is a dialectal variant of 'heated'); "a heated swimming pool"; "wiped his heated-up face with a large bandana"; "he was all het up and sweaty"
HIE to hasten; speed; go in haste.
HIN an ancient Hebrew unit of liquid measure equal to about one and one half gallons (5.7 liters).
HOB peg, a projection or shelf at the back or side of a fireplace, used for keeping food warm., hobgoblin or elf
HOD a portable trough for carrying mortar, bricks, etc., fixed crosswise on top of a pole and carried on the shoulder.
HON informal - honey
HOY a heavy barge used in harbors
HYP hypochondria.
ICH a disease of tropical fishes, characterized by small, white nodules on the fins, skin, and eyes, caused by a ciliate protozoan,
IDS pl. id - the part of the psyche, residing in the unconscious, that is the source of instinctive impulses that seek satisfaction in accordance with the pleasure principle and are modified by the ego and the superego before they are given overt expression.
IFF if and only if.
JAG a sharp projection on an edge or surface.
JAY any of several noisy, vivacious birds of the crow family,
JEE exclamation - gee
JEU a game
JIB any of various triangular sails set forward of a forestaysail or fore-topmast staysail
JIN Islamic Mythology.- jinn.
JOE coffee, regular guy
JOW the ringing, tolling, or sound of a bell.
JUN a monetary unit of North Korea, the hundredth part of a won.
JUS juice; gravy
KAB an ancient Hebrew measure equal to about two quarts.
KAF the twenty-second letter of the Arabic alphabet, representing a velar stop consonant sound.
KAS (in the Netherlands and in Dutch colonies) a large cabinet of the 17th and 18th centuries, having two doors and often a number of drawers at the bottom, and usually having an elaborately painted or carved decoration with a heavy cornice.
KAT an evergreen shrub, Catha edulis, of Arabia and Africa, the leaves of which are used as a narcotic when chewed or made into a beverage.
KAY a female or male given name: from a Greek word meaning “rejoice.” – the letter “k”
KEA a large, greenish New Zealand parrot, Nestor notabilis.
KEF a state of drowsy contentment, esp. from the use of a narcotic. Also, keef. a substance, esp. a smoking preparation of hemp leaves, used to produce this state
KEN knowledge, understanding, or cognizance; mental perception:
KEX the dry, usually hollow stem or stalk of various plants, esp. of large plants belonging to the parsley family, as cow parsnip or wild chervil
KHI The 22nd letter of the Greek alphabet.
KIF a state of drowsy contentment, esp. from the use of a narcotic.
KIP the hide of a young or small beast.
KIR an apéritif of white wine or sometimes champagne (Kir Royale) flavored with cassis.
KOA a Hawaiian acacia, Acacia koa, of the legume family, characterized by spreading branches and gray bark.
KOB an African antelope, Kobus kob, related to the puku and the lechwe
KOI any of various colorful cultivated forms of the common carp, Cyprinus carpio, apparently originating in Japan and other parts of eastern temperate Asia.
KOP a hill
KOR a Hebrew unit of capacity equal to ten baths in liquid measure or ten ephahs in dry measure.
KOS pl. KO - knockouts
LAC a resinous substance deposited on the twigs of various trees in southern Asia by the female of the lac insect: used in the manufacture of varnishes, sealing wax, etc., and in the production of a red coloring matter. Compare shellac
LAR Zoology. white-handed gibbon.
LAS pl. la - the syllable used for the sixth tone of a diatonic scale.
LAT latissimus dorsi.
LAV lavatory
LEA a tract of open ground, esp. grassland; meadow.
LED past tense of lead
LEE protective shelter: The lee of the rock gave us some protection against the storm.
LEI a wreath of flowers, leaves, etc., for the neck or head.
LEU a coin and monetary unit of Romania, equal to 100 bani.
LEV a coin and monetary unit of Bulgaria, equal to 100 stotinki. - leviticus
LEY a tract of open ground, esp. grassland; meadow.
LEZ lesbian
LIB iberation, library
LEX law
LIN a waterfall or torrent of rushing water in a river or stream.
LIS pl. li - the solmization syllable used for the semitone between the sixth and seventh degrees of a scale.
LUM cannabis from Colombia. (The lum is based on the misspelling Columbia.)
LUV love
LUX - a unit of illumination, equivalent to 0.0929 foot-candle and equal to the illumination produced by luminous flux of one lumen falling perpendicularly on a surface one meter square. Symbol: lx
MAE scot. - more
MAS pl. ma - mothers
MED medical
MEL honey
MEM the thirteenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
MET past tense of meet
MHO the SI unit of electrical conductance, equal to the reciprocal of the ohm and replacing the equivalent MKS unit (mho). Abbreviation: S
MIB a playing marble, esp. one that is not used as a shooter.
MIL (used formerly in pharmaceutical prescriptions) a milliliter.
MIR a village commune of peasant farmers in prerevolutionary Russia.
MIS a prefix applied to various parts of speech, meaning “ill,” “mistaken,” “wrong,” “wrongly,” “incorrectly,” or simply negating: mistrial; misprint; mistrust. - the syllable used for the third tone of a diatonic scale.
MOA any of several flightless birds of the family Dinornithidae, of New Zealand, related to the kiwis but resembling the ostrich: extinct since about the end of the 18th century.
MOC moccasin
MOG to move on, depart, or decamp (usually fol. by off or on).
MOL the molecular weight of a substance expressed in grams; gram molecule
MON scot - man
MOR middle-of-the-road
MOS months. - metal oxide semiconductor.
MOT a pithy or witty remark; bon mot.
MUM silent; not saying a word:
MUN municipality
MUS museum - pl. mu - the 12th letter of the Greek alphabet
MUT an em dash
ONS pl. on - Cricket. the on side.
NAN naan. Indian bread
NEB a bill or beak, as of a bird.
NEE born (placed after the name of a married woman to introduce her maiden name): Madame de Staël, nee Necker.
NIB the point of a pen, or either of its divisions.
NIM to steal or pilfer.
NOB Slang. the head.
NOG any beverage made with beaten eggs, usually with alcoholic liquor; eggnog.
NOH classic drama of Japan, developed chiefly in the 14th century, employing verse, prose, choral song, and dance in highly conventionalized formal and thematic patterns derived from religious sources and folk myths.
NOS no pl.
NTH being the last in a series of infinitely decreasing or increasing values, amounts,
NUB the point, gist, or heart of something. - knob
NUS nu the 13th letter of the Greek alphabet (Ν, ν). pl.
OBE Order of the British Empire.
OBI a long, broad sash tied about the waist over a Japanese kimono.
OCA a wood sorrel, Oxalis tuberosa, of the Andes, cultivated in South America for its edible tubers.
ODS pl. od - a hypothetical force formerly held to pervade all nature and to manifest itself in magnetism, mesmerism, chemical action, etc.
OES pl. of o - the fifteenth letter of the English alphabet, a vowel.
OHM the SI unit of electrical resistance, defined to be the electrical resistance between two points of a conductor when a constant potential difference applied between these points produces in this conductor a current of one ampere. The resistance in ohms is numerically equal to the magnitude of the potential difference. Symbol: Ω
OHO (used as an exclamation to express surprise, taunting, exultation, etc.)
OHS pl. oh - (used as an expression of surprise, pain, disapprobation, etc.)
OKA a unit of weight in Turkey and neighboring countries, equal to about 23/4 pounds (1.25 kilograms).
OKE OK; all right.
OLE - (used as a shout of approval, triumph, or encouragement).
OMS pl. om - a mantric word thought to be a complete expression of Brahman and interpreted as having three sounds representing Brahma or creation, Vishnu or preservation, and Siva or destruction, or as consisting of the same three sounds, representing waking, dreams, and deep sleep, along with the following silence, which is fulfillment.
OOH (used to express amazement, satisfaction, excitement, etc.)
OOT out of town.
OPE open.
OPS the ancient Roman goddess of plenty, and the wife of Saturn and mother of Jupiter: identified with the Greek goddess Rhea.
ORA pl. or os – bone.
ORS pl. or - the tincture, or metal, gold: represented either by gold or by yellow.
ORT a scrap or morsel of food left at a meal.
OSE a suffix occurring in adjectives borrowed from Latin, meaning “full of,” “abounding in,” “given to,” “like”:
OUD a musical instrument of the Middle East and northern Africa belonging to the lute family.
OVA pl. of ovum. - egg
OXO proper name of a brand of beef extract, 1899, British - oxygen
OXY a combining form meaning “sharp,” “acute,” “keen,” “pointed,” “acid,” used in the formation of compound words: oxycephalic; oxygen; oxymoron.
SEC - (of wines) dry; not sweet.
SEG Society of Exploration Geophysicists
ROC - a bird of enormous size and strength.
SEI sei whale. - baleen
SEL self - scot
VIS strength; force; power.
PAC pack
PAH (used as an exclamation of disgust or disbelief.)
PAM the jack of clubs, esp. in a form of loo in which it is the best trump.
PAP soft food for infants or invalids, as bread soaked in water or milk. - an idea, talk, book, or the like, lacking substance or real value.
PAS a step or series of steps in ballet.
PAX a period in history marked by the absence of major wars, usually imposed by a predominant nation.
PEC pectoral muscles.
PED pedestrian
PEH the 17th letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
PEP lively spirits or energy; vigor; animation.
PES a foot or footlike part.
PHI the 21st letter of the Greek alphabet (Φ,φ).
PIA The pia mater. - n. The fine vascular membrane that closely envelops the brain and spinal cord under the arachnoid and the dura mater.
PIC movie
PIS pl. pi - the 16th letter of the Greek alphabet (II, π).
PIU music - more: più allegro.
PIX the box or vessel in which the reserved Eucharist or Host is kept.
POH Poh\, interj. An exclamation expressing contempt or disgust; bah !
POI a Hawaiian dish made of the root of the taro baked, pounded, moistened, and fermented.
POL a politician, esp. one experienced in making political deals, exchanging political favors, etc.
POM Usually Disparaging. - a British person, esp. one who is a recent immigrant.
PUD - pudding.
PUL a coin and monetary unit of Afghanistan, the 100th part of an afghani.
PUR purr.
PYA an aluminum coin of Burma, the 100th part of a kyat.
PYE (in England before the Reformation) a book of ecclesiastical rules for finding the particulars of the service for the day.
PYX the box or vessel in which the reserved Eucharist or Host is kept.
QAT an evergreen shrub, Catha edulis, of Arabia and Africa, the leaves of which are used as a narcotic when chewed or made into a beverage.
QUA as; as being; in the character or capacity of:
RAH (used as an exclamation of encouragement to a player or team.)
RAJ (in India) rule, esp. the British rule prior to 1947.
RAS pl. ra - the 10th letter of the Arabic alphabet.
RAX to stretch oneself, as after sleeping.
REB rebel - a Confederate soldier.
REE an overseer or superintendent of workers, tenants, or an estate.
REG regent
REI riendly, one who maintained true allegiance to king David (1 Kings 1:8) when Adonijah rebelled.
REM rapid eye movement
RES an object or thing; matter.
RET to soak in water or expose to moisture, as flax or hemp, to facilitate the removal of the fiber from the woody tissue by partial rotting.
REV a revolution (in an engine or the like).
RHO the 17th letter of the Greek alphabet (P, ρ).
RIA a long, narrow inlet of a river that gradually decreases in depth from mouth to head.
RIF a melodic phrase, often constantly repeated, forming an accompaniment or part of an accompaniment for a soloist.
RIN a money of account of Japan, the thousandth part of a yen or the tenth part of a sen.
ROM computer memory in which program instructions, operating procedures, or other data are permanently stored, generally on electronic chips during manufacture, and that ordinarily cannot be changed by the user.
SAB sabbath
SAC a baglike structure in an animal, plant, or fungus, as one containing fluid.
SAE self-addressed envelope.
SAL pharmacology - salt.
SEN a money of account of Japan, the 100th part of a yen, now used only in certain quotations, as on foreign exchange.
SER a unit of weight in India, varying in value but usually 1/40 of a maund: the government ser is divided into 80 tolas of 180 English grains and equals nearly 2 pounds 1 ounce avoirdupois (950 grams).
SHA - sidereal hour angle.
SIB sibling - related by blood; akin.
SIM similar
SOT a drunkard.
SOU (formerly) either of two bronze coins of France, equal to 5 centimes and 10 centimes.
SRI a respectful title of address prefixed to a man's name in India; Mr.
SUQ (esp. in the Arab countries) the market, esp. the traditional bazaar.
SYN synonym - a prefix occurring in loanwords from Greek, having the same function as co- (synthesis; synoptic); used, with the meaning “with,” “together,” in the formation of compound words (synsepalous) or “synthetic” in such compounds (syngas).
TAE scot - to.
TAJ A tall conical cap worn by Muslims as a headdress of distinction.
TAM tam-o'-shanter. - a cap of Scottish origin, usually made of wool, having a round, flat top that projects all around the head and has a pompon at its center.
TAS pl. ta - the third letter of the Arabic alphabet.
TAT the act or process of making a kind of knotted lace of cotton or linen thread with a shuttle.
TAU the 19th letter of the Greek alphabet (T, τ).
TAV the 23rd letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
TAW a choice or fancy marble used as a shooter.
TEE t-shirt
TEG animal husbandry - a two-year-old sheep that has not been shorn.
TEL telegram
TET the Vietnamese New Year celebration, occurring during the first seven days of the first month of the lunar calendar.
TEL telegram
TEW 1. To prepare by beating or working, as leather or hemp; to taw.
THO an informal, simplified spelling of though.
THY the possessive case of thou (used as an attributive adjective before a noun beginning with a consonant sound): thy table.
TIS a contraction of it is.
TOD an English unit of weight, chiefly for wool, commonly equal to 28 pounds (12.7 kilograms) but varying locally.
TOG - a coat.
TOM the male of various animals, as the turkey.
TOR a rocky pinnacle; a peak of a bare or rocky mountain or hill.
TSK (used, often in quick repetition, as an exclamation of contempt, disdain, impatience, etc.)
TUI parson bird - a black New Zealand honey eater, Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae, having a patch of white feathers on each side of the throat, sometimes tamed as a pet.
TUN a large cask for holding liquids, esp. wine, ale, or beer.
TWA two. (scot)
TYE A knot; a tie. [R.] See Tie.
UDO a plant, Aralia cordata, of the ginseng family, cultivated, esp. in Japan and China, for its edible shoots.
ULU a knife with a broad, nearly semicircular blade joined to a short haft at a right angle to the unsharpened side: a traditional tool of Eskimo women.
UMP slang - umpire.
UNS Symbol, Chemistry, Physics. unnilseptium.
UPS pl. up
URB urban area
URD a plant, Vigna mungo, of the legume family, widely cultivated in tropical Asia for its edible seeds and for forage.
UTA any of several iguanid lizards of the genus Uta, of the western U.S. and northern Mexico.
UTS pl. ut - the syllable once generally used for the first tone or keynote of a scale and sometimes for the tone C: now commonly superseded by do.
VAC vacuum cleaner.
VAR variable
VAS a vessel or duct.
VAU the sixth letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
VAV the sixth letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
VEE anything shaped like or suggesting a V.
VIA road
VIG vigorish
VIM lively or energetic spirit; enthusiasm; vitality.
VOE An inlet, bay, or creek; -- so called in the Orkney and Shetland Islands. --Jamieson.
VUG a small cavity in a rock or vein, often lined with crystals.
WAB scot -
WAB scot - web
WAN of an unnatural or sickly pallor; pallid; lacking color:
WAP whop – to strike forcibly
WAT a Buddhist temple or monastery in Thailand or Cambodia.
WAW the 27th letter of the Arabic alphabet
WEN benign encysted tumor of the skin, esp. on the scalp, containing sebaceous matter; a sebaceous cyst. – crowded urban district
WHA World Hockey Association
WIS to know.
WOG - any nonwhite, esp. a dark-skinned native of the Middle East or Southeast Asia.
WOO o seek the favor, affection, or love of, esp. with a view to marriage.
WOS pl. woe archaic
WOT – first and third pers. sing. of wit - to wit, that is to say; namely: It was the time of the vernal equinox, to wit, the beginning of spring.
WUD wood; mad.
WYE the letter Y, or something having a similar shape.
WYN One of the runes (?) adopted into the Anglo-Saxon, or Old English, alphabet. It had the value of modern English w, and was replaced from about a. d. 1280 at first by uu, later by w.
XIS XIS – pl. xi - the 14th letter of the Greek alphabet (Ξ, ξ).
YAR quick; agile; lively.
YAW to deviate temporarily from a straight course, as a ship.
YEN an aluminum coin and monetary unit of Japan, equal to 100 sen or 1000 rin. Symbol: ¥; Abbreviation: Y
YEW any of several evergreen, coniferous trees and shrubs of the genera Taxus and Torreya, constituting the family Taxaceae, of the Old World, North America, and Japan, having needlelike or scalelike foliage and seeds enclosed in a fleshy aril.
YID Slang: Disparaging and Offensive. - a Jew.
YIN Chinese philosophy – negative, dark and feminine
YOB a teenage lout or hooligan.
YOD the 10th letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
YOK a loud, hearty laugh.
YOM Hebrew word used in the names of various Jewish feast days; as, Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement; Yom Teruah (lit., day of shouting), the Feast of Trumpets.
YON yonder.
YOW (an exclamation or shout of pain, dismay, etc.)
YUK a loud, hearty laugh.
ZAG to move in one of the two directions followed in a zigzag course:
ZAX a hatchetlike tool for cutting and punching nail holes in roofing slate.
ZED the letter z
ZEE the letter z
ZEK (in the former U.S.S.R.) an inmate of a forced-labor camp.
ZIG to move in one of the two directions followed in a zigzag course:
ZIN - a low palm-tree, the south-eastern corner of the desert et-Tih, the wilderness of Paran, between the Gulf of Akabah and the head of the Wady Guraiyeh (Num. 13:21). To be distinguished from the wilderness of Sin (q.v.).