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  • From Old French thym, from Latin thymum, from Ancient Greek θύμον (thúmon). IPA(key): /taɪm/ Rhymes: -aɪm Homophone: time thyme (plural thymes) Any plant
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  • mother-of-thyme (uncountable) Thymus praecox, a variety of thyme. Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster’s Dictionary
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  • Wikipedia has an article on: ajwain Wikipedia ajouan ajowan ajowain ajwan From Hindi अजवाइन (ajvāin) ajwain (plural ajwains) A plant in the family
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  • (Classical) IPA(key): /tʰyˈme.li.kus/, [tʰʏˈmɛ.lɪ.kʊs] thymelicus (feminine thymelica, neuter thymelicum); first/second declension theatrical thymele
    269 bytes (47 words) - 21:19, 19 July 2016
  • From Ancient Greek θύμον (thúmon), via German Thymian. timian n (genitive singular timians, uncountable) thyme (plant and herb) Norwegian Wikipedia
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  • thymion From Ancient Greek θύμιον (thúmion). (Classical) IPA(key): /ˈtʰy.mi.um/, [ˈtʰʏ.mi.ũ] thymium n (genitive thymiī); second declension (pathology)
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  • thymy thyme +‎ -y thymey (comparative thymier, superlative thymiest) Resembling or characteristic of the herb thyme; having the aroma or flavour of thyme
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  • non- +‎ myasthenic nonmyasthenic (not comparable) Not myasthenic. 2015 May 12, Ory Wiesel et al., “Ataxia induced by a thymic neuroblastoma in the
    561 bytes (59 words) - 21:28, 14 March 2017
  • See also: Anacharis From Ancient Greek ἀνά (aná, “up”) + χάρις (kháris, “grace”). anacharis (uncountable) (obsolete) A freshwater weed of the frog's-bit
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  • See also: china and čhína Wikipedia has an article on: History of China Wikipedia Wikipedia has an article on: People's Republic of China Wikipedia
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  • See also: Basil and BASIL (Received Pronunciation, Canada, Australia) IPA(key): /ˈbæz.əl/ Rhymes: -æzəl (Canada, US) IPA(key): /ˈbeɪz.əl/ Rhymes:
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  • thymum accusative singular of thymus Borrowing from Ancient Greek θύμον (thúmon). (Classical) IPA(key): /ˈtʰy.mum/, [ˈtʰʏ.mũ] thymum n (genitive thymī);
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  • See also: Time, timé, and tìme Wikipedia has an article on: time Wikipedia tyme (obsolete) From Middle English time, tyme, from Old English tīma
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  • sex on a stick (uncountable) (slang) A very sexually attractive person or persons. 1996, Ken Follett, Third Twin [1] She put in her favorite nose jewel
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  • Wikipedia has an article on: shred Wikipedia (UK, US) IPA(key): /ʃɹɛd/ Rhymes: -ɛd From Middle English shrede, shred, from Old English scrēad, scrēade
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  • See also: Wild Wikipedia has articles on: wild Wikipedia From Middle English, from Old English wilde, from Proto-Germanic *wilþijaz. Compare West
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  • opsoclonus (uncountable) (pathology) Rapid, uncontrolled eye movement 2015 May 12, Ory Wiesel et al., “Ataxia induced by a thymic neuroblastoma in the
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  • See also: Lemon Wikipedia has an article on: Lemon (fruit and tree) Wikipedia Wikipedia has an article on: Lemon (color) Wikipedia Wikispecies
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  • Wikipedia has an article on: gender Wikipedia (grammar: grammatical gender): g. (abbreviation) (Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): /ˈdʒɛndə/ (US) IPA(key):
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  • mythe (plural mythes) Obsolete form of myth. Grote But another class of mythes, more popular and more captivating, grew up under the hands of the poets
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