User:Matthias Buchmeier/nl-en-u

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überhaupt {adv} :: at all; anyway; in the first place
u {pron} [personal, second-person singular, subjective] :: you [polite]
u {pron} [personal, second-person singular, objective] :: you [polite]
u {pron} [personal, second-person singular, objective] :: thee [dialectal]
u {pron} [personal, second-person plural, subjective] :: you [polite]
u {pron} [personal, second-person plural, objective] :: you [polite]
u {pron} [reflexive pronoun, second-person singular] :: thyself [dialectal]
u {pron} [reflexive pronoun, second-person plural] :: yourselves [dialectal]
u {letter} :: The twenty-first letter of the Dutch alphabet
U {pron} [archaic] :: Second-person singular & plural, objective & subjective: you (polite)
U {letter} :: The twenty-first letter of the Dutch alphabet
Uden {prop} :: surname
ufo {m} :: UFO (all meanings)
Uganda {prop} {n} :: Uganda
uh {interj} :: er, uh
Uhlenbeck {prop} :: surname
uhm {interj} :: erm, um
ui {m} :: onion
uiensoep {f} :: onion soup
uier {m} :: udder
uikoepel {m} [architecture] :: onion dome
uil {m} [birds] :: owl, bird of the order Strigiformes
uil {m} [insects] :: noctuoid, owl moth
uil {m} [insects, dialectal] :: butterfly [generic term]
uil {m} [figuratively] :: idiot
uilenbal {m} :: pellet vomited by an owl
uilenbril {m} :: Mr. Magoo glasses
uilen naar Athene dragen {v} [idiom] :: to bring owls to Athens, to do pointless work
uilskuiken {n} [literally, rare] :: owlet, owl chick
uilskuiken {n} [derogatory] :: nincompoop, birdbrain
uit {adv} :: out, from the inside to the outside
uit {adv} :: out, off (to an extinguished or switched-off state)
uit {adv} :: over, finished, completely
uit {prep} :: out of, from
uit- {prefix} :: out-
uitademen {v} :: to breath out, exhale
uitademing {f} :: exhalation
uitbarsten {v} :: to burst out, erupt (such as a volcano or anger)
uitbarsting {f} :: eruption, outburst
uitbaten {v} :: to exploit
uitbater {m} :: manager
uitbeelden {v} :: to represent, portray
uitbeelding {f} :: portrayal
uitbesteden {v} :: to outsource
uitbetalen {v} :: to pay out
uitbetaling {f} :: payment
uitblazen {vt} :: To blow empty
uitblazen {vt} :: To blow out, extinguish by breathing or draft
uitblazen {vi} :: To take a breather, rest to recuperate
uitblijven {vi} :: to stay away, to fail to appear
uitblinken {v} :: to excel, to shine
uitbollen {v} :: to let a vehicle or bike roll, giving it no further power, until it stops
uitbollen {v} :: to unwind oneself near the end or finish of a task, job or event, taking it easy, doing no additional efforts
uitbotten {v} :: to sprout, to germinate
uitbouw {m} :: annex, extension to a building
uitbraak {f} {m} :: outbreak
uitbraak {f} {m} :: breakout, escape
uitbraaksel {n} :: vomit
uitbraken {v} :: to vomit
uitbraken {v} [figuratively] :: to spew out (curses)
uitbranden {v} :: to burn out
uitbreiden {v} :: to extend, to expand
uitbreiden {v} [figuratively] :: to escalate, to become more serious
uitbreiding {f} :: extension
uitbreken {v} :: break out
uitbrengen {v} :: to bring out - e.g. the vote
uitbrengen {v} :: to release - e.g. a record
uitbrengen {v} :: to utter - e.g. a word
uitbroeden {v} :: to hatch out
uitbuiken {vi} [colloquial] :: To take some time to relax after a good meal or between courses
uitbuiken {vi} [obsolete] :: To bulge out
uitbuikwandeling {f} [colloquial, Netherlands] :: A walk taken after a heavy meal
uitbuiten {v} :: to exploit, to take advantage of, to benefit abusively from
uitbuiting {f} :: exploitation
uitbundig {adj} :: overwhelming
uitbundig {adj} :: exuberant, energetic
uitbundigheid {f} :: exuberance (enthusiasm, abundance)
uitdagen {v} :: to challenge
uitdagend {adj} :: daring, dashing
uitdaging {f} :: challenge
uit de doeken doen {v} :: to explain, to reveal, to outline
uit de duim zuigen {v} [idiomatic] :: to think of something, to make up out of thin air, to invent (false stories, figures, etc.), to pull out of one's ass (fabricate a claim with no factual basis or evidence)
uit de kast komen {v} :: to come out of the closet
uit de kluiten gewassen {phrase} :: strapping
uitdelen {v} :: to deal out, to distribute, to share
uitdelen {v} [mathematics] :: to divide out
uitdelgen {v} :: to amortize (US), amortise (UK)
uit den boze {prep} :: strongly disallowed, out of bounds, out of the question, completely wrong
uitdenken {v} :: to conceive (a plan)
uitdenken {v} :: to invent, think outside the box
uit den ouden doosch {prep} [humorous, archaising, neologism] :: deliberate misspelling of uit de oude doos
uit de oude doos {prep} [idiom] :: from times of old, old school
uit de war {adj} :: disentangled
uitdijen {v} :: to expand
uitdoen {v} :: to take off (clothes)
uitdoen {v} :: to turn off (a switch)
uitdossen {vt} :: To dress up, costume fancifully
uitdossen {vt} [figuratively] :: To ornate, dote etc
uitdossen {vr} :: To wear fanciful costume
uitdoven {v} :: to extinguish
uitdr. {abbr} [lexicographic] :: uitdrukking
uitdragen {v} :: to disseminate
uitdrijven {vt} :: to expel, to drive out
uitdrijven {vit} :: to secrete, to discharge
uitdrijven {vit} [medicine] :: to remove from or leave the womb or birth canal
uitdrijving {f} :: expulsion
uitdrogen {vi} :: to dehydrate
uitdrogen {vt} :: to dehydrate
uitdroging {f} :: dehydration
uitdrukkelijk {adv} :: expressly
uitdrukken {v} :: to express
uitdrukkend {adj} :: expressive
uitdrukking {f} :: expression
uitdunnen {v} :: to weed out, to cull
uiteen {adv} :: apart (note: 'uiteen' is the adverbial component of a separable verb)
uiteenlopen {v} :: to diverge
uiteenlopend {adj} :: various, varied
uiteenvallen {v} :: to disintegrate
uiteinde {n} :: tip, extremity
uiteinde {n} :: New Year's Eve, year's end
uiteindelijk {adj} :: eventual
uiteindelijk {adj} :: final
uiteindelijk {adv} :: in the end; eventually
uit elkaar {adv} :: apart, in pieces, asunder
uit elkaar {adj} :: split up
uit elkaar {adj} :: separated
uit elkaar {adj} [of a relationship] :: broken up
uiten {v} :: to utter, express
uit-en-te-na {adv} :: comprehensively, thoroughly
uit-en-ter-na {adv} :: alternative form of uit-en-te-na
uiteraard {adv} :: of course
uiterlijk {n} :: appearance
uiterlijk {adj} :: external
uiterlijk {adv} :: latest; at latest; no later than
uitermate {adv} :: extremely
uiterst {adj} :: extreme, utmost
uiterst {adv} :: extremely
uiterste {n} :: extreme, outermost, limit
uitflappen {v} :: to blurt out without thinking
uitgaan {v} :: to go out
uitgaan {v} :: to turn off
uitgaan {v} :: to expire, to break up (of a relationship)
uitgaan van {v} :: to assume, to reason from
uitgang {m} :: exit, outgang
uitgang {m} [electronics] :: output
uitgang {m} [linguistics] :: ending, termination
uitgangspunt {n} :: standpoint
uitgave {f} :: edition - e.g. of a book
uitgave {f} :: release - e.g. of an album
uitgave {f} :: expense (monetary)
uitgebracht {adj} :: released
uitgebreid {adj} :: vast, spacious
uitgebreid {adj} :: comprehensive, extensive
uitgebreid {adj} :: copious
uitgebreid {adv} :: extensively
uitgedoofde vulkaan {m} :: extinct volcano
uitgelaten {adj} :: exuberant, ebullient, elated
uitgespaarde flexie {f} [grammar] :: A type of inflection where a phrase is not completely inflected, often only involving inflection of the head
uitgestorven {adj} :: extinct
uitgeven {v} :: to spend
uitgeven {v} :: to publish
uitgever {m} :: publisher
uitgeverij {f} :: publisher, especially a publishing house or publishing company
uitgewekene {mf} :: someone who has emigrated; emigrant
uitgewogen {adj} :: balanced
uitgifte {f} :: emission (of stocks or stamps)
uitglijden {v} :: to slip (to lose one's traction)
uitgooien {v} :: to remove (from a premises), throw out (general)
uitgooien {v} :: to cast (throw a fishing line or net into the water)
uitgraven {v} :: to excavate
uitgroeien {v} :: to develop, grow larger
uitgroeisel {n} :: outgrowth
uitgummen {vt} :: to erase, to remove text with an eraser
uithalen {vi} :: to lash out, strike out
uithalen {vt} :: to pull out, draw out
uithalen {vt} :: to do (something remarkable)
uithalen {vt} :: to speak, to say (especially in the southern part of the Netherlands)
uitham {m} :: headland
uitham {m} :: protrusion, extension
uithangen {vt} :: to hang out
uithangen {vt} :: to act like, to behave like
uitheems {adj} :: foreign, allochthonous
uit het hoofd {adv} [idiomatic] :: by heart
uit het lood {adv} :: not plumb; not straight, not at a right angle
uit het lood geslagen {adj} :: upset, disturbed (emotionally)
uit het lood geslagen {adj} :: (feeling) defeated, desperate, hopeless
uit het lood slaan {v} [idiomatic] :: to upset or disturb emotionally
uit het oog, uit het hart {proverb} :: out of sight, out of mind (literally: out of the eye, out of the heart)
uithoek {m} :: backwater, distant, lonely and poorly accessible place
uithollen {v} :: to hollow out
uithouden {v} :: to endure
uithoudingsvermogen {n} :: endurance
uithouwen {v} :: to hew out
uithuwelijken {v} :: to marry, give away as husband or wife
uithuwen {v} :: alternative form of uithuwelijken
uiting {f} :: expression, utterance
uitje {noun} :: excursion, day trip
uit je neus staan te eten {v} [idiomatic] :: to slack, to idle
uitkeren {v} :: to pay out, to disburse
uitkering {f} :: benefit, subsidy
uitkering {f} :: payment
uitkiezen {v} :: to select
uitkijken {vt} :: to watch (something) until the end
uitkijken {vi} :: to look out, to watch out, to be vigilant
uitkijken {vt} [with "naar"] :: to look forward to
uitklappen {v} :: to fold out
uitkleden {vt} :: To undress, divest
uitkleden {vr} :: to undress oneself; to strip
uitkomen {vt} :: to be able to figure out or find a solution for
uitkomen {vi} :: to come out right, to fit together, to be solvable, to have a result or solution
uitkomen {vi} :: to be fitting, to be (in-)convenient
uitkomen {vi} :: to hatch
uitkomen {vi} :: to come true
uitkomen {vi} [Judaism] :: to become Jewish
uitkomst {f} :: result
uitkomst {f} :: a convenience
uitkuren {v} :: (~ op) to take it out on
uitlaat {m} :: exhaust, system through which burned gases, steam etc. are vented or otherwise discharged; especially used for a car exhaust
uitlaat {m} :: any outlet, to relieve pressure, literally and figuratively
uitlachen {vt} :: to ridicule, poke fun at
uitlachen {vi} :: to finish laughing
uitladen {v} :: to load out, to unload
uitland {n} :: the whole of foreign countries
uitlander {m} [historic] :: foreign settler in South Africa
uitlander {m} [archaic] :: foreigner
uitlaten {v} :: To release, notably:
uitlaten {v} :: To liberate, set free
uitlaten {v} [figuratively] :: To unleash (an ogre etc.)
uitlaten {v} :: To walk, air (a pet, prisoner...)
uitlaten {v} :: To lengthen, notably a garment
uitlaten {v} :: To abstain from some (usually undesirable) action
uitlaten {vr} :: To express oneself
uitlaten {v} [obsolete] :: To publish
uitlating {f} :: utterance, that which is said
uitleg {m} :: explanation
uitleggen {v} :: to explain
uitleggen {v} :: to interpret
uitlekken {v} :: to leak out
uitlekken {v} [figuratively] :: to divulge (a secret), to reveal
uitlekken {v} [Southern Dutch] :: to lick something clean
uitlenen {v} :: to lend out
uitleveren {v} :: to extradite
uitlezen {v} :: to read through, to read completely to the end
uitlezen {v} :: to read out (e.g. a device)
uitlezing {f} :: reading, readout
uitlichten {vt} :: to lift
uitlichten {vt} :: to select, to focus on
uitlichten {vt} [information science, of data carriers] :: to read out
uitlichten {vt} :: to lighten, to cover in light
uitloggen {v} :: to log out
uitlokken {v} :: to provoke
uitlopen {v} :: to walk out
uitlopen {v} :: to originate, to arise
uitlopen {v} :: to sprout, to stem
uitlopen {v} :: to turn out, to end
uitlopen {v} :: to take more time than planned
uitloper {m} :: offshoot
uitloven {v} :: to offer
uitmaken {vi} :: to matter (only in third-person singular)
uitmaken {vi} :: to break up a relationship
uitmonden {v} :: (said of a river) to drain
uitmonden {v} [figuratively] :: to result in, to have as a result
uitneembaar {adj} :: dismountable, removable
uitnemen {v} :: to remove, to take out
uitnemend {adj} :: excellent, outstanding
uitnodigen {v} :: To invite
uitnodiging {f} :: The act of inviting; solicitation; the requesting of a person's company; as, an invitation to a party, to a dinner, or to visit a friend
uitnodiging {f} :: A document written or printed, or spoken words, conveying the message by which one is invited
uitoefenen {v} :: to exert
uitpakken {v} :: to unpack, unload things from a package
uitpakken {v} :: to turn out, to end up
uitpluizen {v} :: to investigate, to explore, to get to the bottom of
uitprinten {vt} [Netherlands] :: to print (out)
uitprobeersel {n} :: pilot, draft, first attempt, thing used as a tryout
uitproberen {v} :: to try out
uitproduct {n} :: cross product, vector product; external product, wedge product
uitpuilen {v} :: to pooch out
uitputten {v} :: to exhaust, to use up completely, to empty out (a resource)
uitputten {v} :: to exhaust, to drain (a person, physically or mentally)
uitputting {f} :: exhaustion
uitrazen {v} :: to finish raging, to die down, subside
uitreiken {v} :: to hand out, to distribute
uitreiken {v} :: to award
uitrekenen {noun} :: to compute, to calculate, to reckon, to cipher, to count, to do the math, to work out
uitrekken {vit} :: and to stretch out
uitrichten {v} :: to do, perform
uitrijden {v} :: to ride or drive out of something
uitrijden {v} :: to spread while driving
uitroeien {v} :: to root out, to exterminate
uitroep {m} :: an exclamation
uitroepen {v} :: to cry out
uitroepen {v} :: to proclaim
uitroepteken {n} :: a exclamation mark (!)
uitrollen {vit} :: to roll out, to unroll
uitruil {m} :: swap, exchange, mutual transfer of people, animals or goods
uitrukken {vt} :: to pull out, tear out
uitrukken {vi} :: to deploy, to roll out
uitrusten {vi} :: to rest
uitrusten {vt} :: to equip
uitrusting {f} :: equipment
uitschakelen {v} :: to switch off, to turn off, to disable (to put a device out of action or deactivate a function of an electronic device)
uitschakelen {v} :: to disable, to eliminate (in a contest or battle)
uitscheiden {v} :: to secrete
uitscheiden {v} :: to cease, stop
uitschelden {v} :: to use offensive language to someone; to insult, revile, abuse, scold, ... someone
uitschieten {v} :: to shoot out
uitschieten {v} :: to eject, to throw (out)
uitschieten {v} [especially of plants] :: to grow rapidly
uitschieten {v} [clothing] :: to take off quickly
uitschieten {v} [figuratively] :: to be extraordinary, to excel beyond the average
uitschieter {m} :: an outstanding achiever, someone who stands out from the average crowd
uitschijnen {v} :: To imply, to let know (Flemish) or to illuminate something
uitschot {n} :: dregs of society; scum
uitschrijven {v} :: to disqualify, invalidate (e.g. membership)
uitschrijven {v} :: to completely write down (e.g. a lesson, a passage of text)
uitschrijven {v} :: to write out (a cheque)
uitschrijven {v} :: to call out (a meeting), summon
uitschrijven {v} :: to give one the opportunity to participate in
uitschuiver {m} :: gaffe
uitslaan {v} [sports] :: to overplay, hit the ball out
uitslaan {v} :: to punch, stamp
uitslaan {v} :: to turn (a certain colour or texture)
uitslag {m} :: result (e.g. sporting or exam)
uitslag {m} :: outcome (of a decision)
uitslag {m} [symptom] :: rash
uitslapen {v} :: to sleep in
uitslijpen {v} :: to grind away
uitsloven {v} :: work out, exercise
uitsloven {v} :: try to impress by performing some activity
uitsluiten {v} :: to exclude
uitsluiten {v} :: to preclude
uitsluitend {adj} :: exclusive
uitsluiting {f} :: exclusion
uitsluitsel {n} :: definite answer
uitsluitsel {n} :: exclusion
uitsmijter {m} [Netherlands] :: bouncer
uitsmijter {m} :: Dish consisting of fried eggs, which have been fried together with ham and cheese
uitsmijter {m} [theatre, music, writing] :: finale, end, conclusion [of a work or performance]
uitsparen {v} :: to save (e.g. money); spare
uitsparen {v} :: to leave a hole or space
uitsparing {f} :: recess, opening, hole
uitspoelen {v} :: to rinse out
uitspraak {f} :: pronunciation
uitspraak {f} :: sentence, verdict
uitspraak {f} :: assertion
uitspraakwoordenboek {n} :: pronunciation dictionary
uitspreken {v} :: to pronounce
uitspreken {v} :: to announce
uitspreken {vr} :: to speak out
uitspreking {f} :: to articulate something with words; articulation
uitspugen {v} :: spit out
uitstaan {v} :: to endure, tolerate
uitstaan {v} [money] :: to be outstanding, to be owing
uitstaand {adj} [money] :: outstanding, owing
uitstapje {n} :: excursion, outing
uitstappen {v} :: to get off (a vehicle or a vessel)
uitstappen {v} [colloquial] :: to die
uitsteken {v} :: to stick out, stand out, protrude
uitstekend {adj} :: outstanding, excellent
uitstel {n} :: delay, deferment
uitstel is geen afstel {idiom} :: postponement doesn't mean definitive cancellation
uitstellen {v} :: to postpone, defer, delay
uitsterven {v} :: to die out, become extinguished
uitstoot {m} :: emission
uitstorten {v} :: to pour out, to effuse
uitstorten {v} [figuratively] :: to confess, to make known
uitstoten {v} :: to expel
uitstoten {v} :: to discharge
uitstoten {v} :: to burst out (a shout, a scream, a cry)
uitstralen {v} :: to radiate
uitstraling {f} :: eradiation
uitstraling {f} :: aura
uitstrekken {v} :: to stretch out, to extend
uittikken {v} :: to tap out
uittikken {v} :: to eliminate from a game by tagging
uittocht {m} :: exodus
Uittocht {prop} {m} :: The Exodus; the departure of Hebrew slaves from Egypt
uittrekken {v} :: to take off (clothes)
uittrekken {v} :: to pull out (of), eg. a tooth
uittreksel {n} :: abstract, extract: abridgment of text
uitvaardigen {v} :: to promulgate
uitvaart {f} :: internment, funeral
uitval {m} :: loss, (the act of) falling out
uitval {m} :: dropout
uitval {m} :: malfunction, disruption
uitval {m} :: sudden rage of anger, outburst
uitvallen {v} [literally] :: to fall out (such as hair)
uitvallen {v} :: to drop out (of a competition)
uitvallen {v} :: to stop functioning, to become out of order
uitvallen {v} [military] :: to sally from a besieged position
uitvallen {v} :: to turn out, result in
uitvechten {vt} :: to reach a solution or an end through fighting; to fight it out
uitvergroten {v} :: to enlarge
uitverkoop {m} :: sale (a period of reduced prices)
uitverkopen {v} :: to sell out
uitvinden {v} :: to invent
uitvinden {v} :: to find out
uitvinder {m} :: inventor
uitvinding {f} :: invention
uitvinken {v} :: to uncheck
uitvloeien {v} :: to spread out, emanate
uitvloeien {v} :: to feather, creep, slowly flow out of the intended boundaries
uitvloeisel {n} :: result, outcome
uitvlucht {f} :: an excuse (explanation designed to avoid or alleviate guilt or negative judgement)
uitvoer {m} [computing, data] :: output [of information, data, etc.]
uitvoer {m} [economics] :: export
uitvoer {m} :: execution (of a task or plan)
uitvoerbaar {adj} :: practicable (capable of being accomplished; feasible)
uitvoerder {m} :: performer, mostly used in the performing of building projects, foreman
uitvoerder {m} :: exporter
uitvoeren {v} :: to execute, carry out; perform
uitvoeren {v} :: to output
uitvoeren {v} :: to export
uitvoerend {adj} :: executive
uitvoerende macht {f} :: executive (branch of government which is responsible for enforcing laws and judicial decisions)
uitvoergewas {n} :: cash crop
uitvoerig {adv} :: extensively
uitvoering {f} :: execution
uitvoering {f} :: performance
uitvreter {m} :: sponger, deadbeat
uitwaaien {v} :: to take a refreshing break outdoors in windy weather
uitwaaieren {v} :: to fan out, to spread out
uitwaarts {adv} :: outwards
uitweg {m} [literally] :: An exit
uitweg {m} [figuratively] :: A way out
uitwendig {adj} :: external
uitwerken {v} :: to effect, put in place
uitwerken {v} :: to elaborate, expand
uitwerking {f} :: effect, consequence
uitwerking {f} :: elaboration
uitwerpen {v} :: to cast, to throw out
uitwerpen {v} [figuratively] :: to reject
uitwerpsel {n} :: excrement
uitwijken {v} :: to divert oneself
uitwijken {v} :: to emigrate
uitwijking {f} :: emigration
uitwijzen {v} :: to point out, indicate
uitwijzen {v} :: to prove, demonstrate
uitwijzen {v} :: to expel, exile, extradite
uitwisselen {v} :: to exchange
uitwisseling {f} :: exchange
uitwisselingsstudent {m} :: exchange student
uitwringen {v} :: wring (to squeeze or twist tightly so that liquid is forced out)
uitzaaiing {f} :: metastasis
uitzege {f} :: away win
uitzendbureau {n} :: employment agency
uitzenden {v} :: To send out, to deploy
uitzenden {v} :: To broadcast
uitzending {f} [broadcasting] :: Broadcast, also programme or episode
uitzending {f} [military] :: The act of sending someone somewhere (for a significant period of time)
uitzetten {vi} :: to expand
uitzetten {vt} :: to turn off, switch off
uitzetten {vt} :: to release into the wild
uitzetten {vt} :: to expel, to expatriate
uitzicht {n} :: outlook (panorama)
uitzicht {n} :: outlook (expectation for the future)
uitzichtloos {adj} :: hopeless
uitzichtloos {adj} [medicine] :: without any reasonable expectations for any improvement in a medical condition
uitzien {v} :: (er ~) to look, to seem, to appear
uitzoeken {v} :: to pick out, to choose, to select
uitzoeken {v} :: to sort out, to organise
uitzoeken {v} :: to get to the bottom of, to investigate
uitzonderen {v} :: to exclude, except
uitzondering {f} :: exception
uitzonderlijk {adj} :: exceptional
uitzonderlijkheid {f} :: exceptionality
uitzoomen {v} :: to zoom out
uitzweten {v} :: to sweat out, to exude
uitzweten {v} [figuratively] :: to deal with (e.g a problem), to take responsibility for
uk {m} [Netherlands] :: small child, animal etc
ulaan {m} :: uhlan, lightly armed lancer (horseman armed with a lance, used for exploring and skirmishing roles)
ulk {m} [Northern Netherlands, dialectal] :: European polecat, Mustela putorius
ulle {pron} [Brabantian] :: alternative form of ului
ultiem {adj} :: ultimate
ultimatum {n} :: ultimatum
ultramarijn {n} :: ultramarine (pigment or color)
ultramarijn {adj} :: ultramarine (color)
ului {pron} :: Second-person plural personal pronoun (objective); you
ululeren {v} :: to ululate
-um {suffix} :: Denotes singular grammatical number of words of Latin origins
Umbrië {prop} {n} :: Umbria
unaniem {adj} :: unanimous
unbibium {n} :: unbibium
unbihexium {n} :: unbihexium
unbinilium {n} :: unbinilium
unbipentium {n} :: unbipentium
unbiquadium {n} :: unbiquadium
unbitrium {n} :: unbitrium
unbiunium {n} :: unbiunium
unciaal {f} :: uncial letter, late classical and early medieval style of letter
unciaal {f} :: uncial script
undercover {adj} :: undercover
undercover {adv} :: undercover (in a covert fashion, not using one's real identity)
understatement {n} :: understatement
uni {adj} :: plain, monocoloured
unicum {n} :: unicum
unie {f} :: union
uniek {adj} :: unique
uniek {adv} :: uniquely
uniform {n} :: Uniform; a distinctive outfit
uniform {adj} :: Uniform
unitariër {m} [chiefly Christianity] :: Unitarian
unitarisch {adj} [chiefly Christianity, religion] :: unitarian
unitarisme {n} [Christianity] :: Unitarianism
unitarisme {n} [Belgium, politics] :: centralism, up to the point of a unitary state
universeel {adj} :: universal
universitair {adj} [used attributively] :: university ; academic
universiteit {f} :: university, (university) college [US]
universiteitsstad {f} :: university town, university city
universum {n} :: universe
unster {m} :: steelyard (balance, scale)
unster {m} :: spring balance
ununennium {n} :: ununennium
ununhexium {n} :: ununhexium
ununoctium {n} :: ununoctium
ununpentium {n} :: ununpentium
ununquadium {n} :: ununquadium
ununseptium {n} :: ununseptium
ununtrium {n} :: ununtrium
updaten {v} :: to update
upgraden {v} :: to upgrade
uploaden {v} [Internet] :: To upload
uraan {n} :: A (rare) purism for uranium, a very radioactive element
uraan {n} :: The material uranium
uranium {n} :: uranium
uraniumerts {n} :: uranium ore (e.g. uraninite)
Uranus {prop} {m} :: Uranus (planet)
Urdu {prop} {n} :: Urdu (language)
uren {adv} :: for hours, for a long time
urenlang {adv} :: for hours (on end), (for) a long time
urilift {m} :: urinal contained in an elevator, allowing the operator to limit access
urine {f} :: urine
urineren {v} :: to urinate (to pass urine from the body)
urinezuur {n} :: uric acid
urinezuur {adj} [dated] :: Pertaining to uric acid
urinoir {n} :: urinal
Urk {prop} :: Urk (village)
Urk {prop} :: Urk (municipality)
urn {f} :: funerary urn
urn {f} :: any other footed vase
urne {f} :: alternative form of urn
urnenmuur {m} :: columbarium, urn wall
uroloog {m} :: urologist
Ursel {prop} :: surname
Uruguay {prop} {n} :: Uruguay
urushiol {n} [organic chemistry] :: urushiol
USSR {prop} :: initialism of Unie van Socialistische Sovjetrepublieken
usurpator {m} :: usurper
utilisme {n} :: utilitarianism
Uto-Azteeks {adj} :: Uto-Aztecan
utopie {f} :: Utopia, imaginary society in perfect harmony
utopie {f} :: utopia, unattainable ideal
utopie {f} :: illusion, delusion
utopisch {adj} :: utopian
Utrecht {prop} {n} :: Utrecht (province)
Utrecht {prop} {n} :: Utrecht (city/and/capital)
Utrecht {prop} {n} :: Utrecht (municipality)
Utrechtenaar {m} :: inhabitant of Utrecht
Utrechtenaar {m} [chiefly obsolete] :: homosexual
Utrechter {m} :: inhabitant of Utrecht
UU {initialism} :: Utrecht University
uur {n} :: an hour, a period of time
uur {n} :: the hour, the time of day
uur {n} :: o'clock
-uur {suffix} :: -ure
uurglas {n} :: hourglass
uurrooster {n} :: A roster, timetable spelling out who does/have what activity when
uurwerk {n} :: timekeeping mechanism, or a device with such a mechanism, such as:
uurwerk {n} :: clock
uurwerk {n} :: watch
Uuskuub {noun} [archaic] :: Skopje
uw {determiner} :: Second-person singular and plural; your
Uw {determiner} [archaic] :: Second-person singular & plural: your (polite)
uwe edelheid {pron} [obsolete] :: Formal 2nd person pronoun. Literally means "your gentlehood" or "your nobility"
Uwe Majesteit {pron} :: Your Majesty
uwer {pron} :: yours
uw wens is mijn bevel {phrase} :: your wish is my command
uyt {adv} :: obsolete spelling of uit
uzelf {pron} [reflexive pronoun] :: yourself