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From Middle English sculle ( “ a type of oar ” ) , Unknown This etymology is incomplete. You can help Wiktionary by elaborating on the origins of this term. Noun [ edit ] scull ( plural sculls ) A single oar mounted at the stern of a boat and moved from side to side to propel

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Noun [ edit ] holdoff ( plural holdoffs ) A fixture or attachment intended to prevent direct contact between two objects. The ladder holdoff enabled him to clean the gutters easily without the ladder's weight damaging them. A delay or forebearance . There was a three-month holdoff

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hív ( transitive ) to call ( to request, summon, or beckon ) ( transitive ) to call ( to contact by telephone ) Hívom a rendőrséget. ― I'm calling the police. ( transitive ) to call ( to name or refer to ) Hogy hívnak ? ( informal ) ― What's your name? (literally

wiktionary.org | 2018/3/11 13:43:03

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From Middle English rubben . Cognate with Saterland Frisian rubje ( “ to rub, scrape ” ) , German Low German rubben ( “ to rub ” ) , Low German rubblig ( “ rough, uneven ” ) , Dutch robben , rubben ( “ to rub smooth; scrape; scrub ” ) , Danish rubbe ( “ to rub,

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From Middle English foul , from Old English fūl ( “ foul, unclean, impure, vile, corrupt, rotten, guilty ” ) , from Proto-Germanic *fūlaz ( “ foul, rotten ” ) , from Proto-Indo-European *puH- ( “ to rot ” ) . Cognate with Dutch vuil ( “ foul ” ) , German faul (

wiktionary.org | 2018/8/29 18:21:48

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IPA ( key ) : /ˈkɒntækt/ , /kənˈtækt/ Audio (US) ( file ) Rhymes: -ækt Noun [ edit ] contact ( countable and uncountable , plural contacts ) The act of touching physically; being in close association. 1935 , George Goodchild , chapter 1, in Death on the Centre Court : She mixed

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Khoikhoi, while "Bushman" carried no derogatory connotations, so that experts who had been in actual contact with the group recommended the continued use of "Bushmen" (Henry Harpending). By the 2000s, it was reported that San had mostly lost its derogatory connotations in South Africa and

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From Middle English bonet , from Middle French bonet (Modern French bonnet ), from Old French bonet ( “ material from which hats are made ” ) , from Frankish *bunni ( “ that which is bound ” ) , from Proto-Germanic *bundiją ( “ bundle ” ) , from Proto-Indo-European

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that's when she called asking if we can have a sexual type of relationship. ( informal ) To contact again at a later time. 2006 , Sexton Classford, The Reading: What You Knew You Didn't Know , ISBN 0595401139 , page 30: Holla back when you get outta church. just got ya message

wiktionary.org | 2017/12/3 5:32:06

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oculus sinister ” ) .; ( the left eye from the patient's point of view ) ( in eyeglass and contact lens prescriptions ) Related terms [ edit ] ( eyewear ) : O.D. Anagrams [ edit ] S&O , SO , So , So. , s.o. , s/o , so Latin [ edit ] Noun [ edit ] O.S. ( Can we verify

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