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Частотный словарь (3-я тысяча)

◘ absorb, absorbent, absorbing, absorption, absorber/shock-absorber {sorbēre, to suck}
◘ abstract, abstracted, abstraction [adj. æbˈstrækt, ˈæb strækt; n. ˈæb strækt; v. æbˈstrækt ] {trahere, to draw; attract, contract, contract, distract, retract}
◘ abuse, disabuse, abusive {use}
◘ academy [əˈkædəmɪ]/ academe, academic, academician
◘ accelerate [ækˈsɛləˌreɪt], acceleration, accelerator {celerāre, to quicken}
◘ accomplish, accomplished, accomplishment, accomplice {plicāre, to fold}
◘ ace
◘ acid [ˈæsɪd], acidity
◘ acquire [əˈkwaɪə], acquisitive, acquisitions {quaerere, to seek, get}
◘ acre [ˈeɪkə]
◘ addict [n. ˈæd ɪkt; v. əˈdɪkt], addiction {dīcere, to adjudge}
◘ adore, adorable, adorer, adoration {ōrāre, to pray.}
◘ agony [ˈæɡənɪ], agonize, agonized, agonizing
◘ aha
◘ aisle [aɪl]
◘ alas
◘ album [ˈælbəm]
◘ alert [əˈlɜːt], alertness {illam, that}
◘ alibi [ˈælɪˌbaɪ]
◘ alien, alienate, alienist, alienation, alienable/inalienable, alienability/inalienability [ˈeɪljən; ˈeɪlɪən]
◘ allege, allegedly, allegation, allegiance {lītigāre, to sue; see litigate}
◘ allergy [ˈælədʒɪ], allergic
◘ alligator/gator
◘ almond [ˈɑ mənd, ˈæm ənd; spelling pron. ˈæl mənd]

◘ aluminium [əˈlu mə nəm]

◘ amateur [ˈæmətə; -tʃə; -ˌtjʊə; ˌæməˈtɜː], amateurish

◘ amber
◘ amble [ˈæmbəl], ambulance, ambulatory, ambulate/ preambulate
◘ analise [ˈænəˌlaɪz], analize analysis, analist, analytic (al)/ psychoanalytic(al)
◘ anchor [ˈæŋkə], anchorage
◘ ancient [ˈeɪnʃənt]
◘ ankle [ˈæŋkəl]
◘ anonym [ˈænənɪm], anonymous, anonimity
◘ antenna [ænˈtɛnə]
◘ anticipate [ænˈtɪsɪˌpeɪt], anticipation, anticipatory {capere, to take }

◘ appraise/ reappraise, appraisal/ reappraisal/ appraisement, appraiser {prize}
◘ apprehend [ˌæprɪˈhɛnd]/ misapprehend, apprehensive, apprehensively, apprehension/ misapprehension {prehendere, to grasp}

◘ apricot [ˈeɪprɪˌkɒt]
◘ apron [ˈeɪprən]
◘ appropriate/ inappropriate/misappropriate, appropriation/ misappropriation, appropriateness [adj. əˈproʊ pri ɪt; v. -ˌeɪt] {proprius, own}
◘ apt/ inept, aptitude, aptness, adapt, adaptable, adaptability, adaptation, adapter {apt}
◘ arc, arcade, arch, archer, archery
◘ architect, architecture {tektōn, builder}
◘ arrogate, arrogation, arrogant, arrogance
◘ arrow [ˈærəʊ]
◘ assail, assailant, assailable, assault {salīre, to jump}
◘ assemble/ disassemble/ reassemble, assembly/ reassembly, assemblage {simul, together}
◘ aster, astrology, astronaut, astronomy, astronomical, asteroid, asterisk, disaster, disastrous
◘ astonish, astonishing, astonishment {tonāre, to thunder}
◘ athlete [ˈæθliːt], athletic
◘ attic

◘ attorn, attorney [turn]
◘ auction [ˈɔːkʃən]
◘ avert, averse, aversion
◘ ax/axe

◘ babble, babbler
◘ bacon ['beɪkən]
◘ bail 1 {Latin bāiulāre, to carry a load.}; bail 2 {Latin bāiulāre, to carry a load}
◘ bait
◘ ban, banish, banishment; contraband
◘ banner
◘ barb, barber
◘ barbecue [ˈbɑːbɪˌkjuː]
◘ bargain ['bɑ:rgɪn], bargaining
◘ barge

color="darkgreen">◘ barrier
◘ bash, bashful, bashfulness, abash, unabashed
◘ bass [beɪs]/ contrabass/ baso, basson
◘ batter, battered [bat]
◘ bead, beady
◘ belly, bellyful [bell]
◘ benefit [ˈbɛnɪfɪt], beneficial, beneficiary, benefaction, benefactor, beneficent, beneficence; benign, benignity
◘ bias, biased, unbias(s)ed
◘ Bible, biblical, bibliography, bibliographic, bibliophil
◘ bid (bade, bid/bidden), biddable, bidding;
◘ bind/bound, binding, binder, bindery
◘ biology, antibiotic, biography/bio, autobiography
◘ birch
color="darkgreen">◘ biscuit
◘ bishop/ archbishop
◘ blare
◘ bleak, bleakness
◘ blend, blender
◘ bless, blessed, blessedness, blessing [bliss]
◘ blot/ blotch, blotter, bloch, blochy
◘ blouse
◘ bluff 1 {Dutch bluffen, to boast}; bluff 2 {Middle Low German blaff, broad}
◘ blur, blurry
◘ blush, blusher, blushing/ unblushing, blushful
◘ boast [bəʊst], boasting, boastful, boaster
◘ bold [bəʊld], bodly, boldness, boldness, embolden
◘ bonnet
◘ boom 1 {Middle English bomben, imitative of a loud noise}; boom 2 {Dutch boom tree, beam}
◘ boost, booster
◘ booze, boozy
◘ boulevard [ˈbuːlvɑː; -vɑːd]
◘ bouquet [boʊˈkeɪ, buˈkeɪ]
◘ brace, bracing; embrace, embrace
◘ bracelet [ˈbreɪslɪt]
◘ bracket
◘ brag, braggart, bragging, braggadocio
◘ brass, brassy, brazen, brazier
◘ brassiere [brə’zɪər, 'bræzɪər], bra
◘ breed, interbreed, breeding, breader
◘ brim, brimful
◘ brisk briskly
◘ broom
color="darkgreen">◘ bruise [bruːz]
◘ brute [bruːt], brutal, brutally, brutish, brutality, brutalize
◘ buckle, unbuckle; buckler
◘ bulb, bulbous
◘ bulge, bulgy, bulging
◘ bulk, bulky
◘ bum
◘ bun, buns, bunny
◘ bundle
◘ bunk/debunk, bunker
◘ burden, burdensome, overburden, unburden
◘ bureau [ˈbjʊərəʊ], bureaucracy, bureaucratic
◘ butcher, butchery
◘ butler

◘ calculate/ miscalculate, calculated, calculating, calculation/ miscalculation, calculus, calculable/ incalculable
◘ calendar [ˈkælɪndə]
◘ calf 1 {Old English cealf, calf}, calve; calf 2 {Old Norse kalfi }
◘ camel
◘ canary
◘ cancer, cancerous
◘ candor, candid, candidate, candidacy, candidature
◘ cane
◘ cannon, cannonade
◘ capacious, capaciousness, capacity, capable/ incapable, capacitate/, incapacitate, capability/ incapability, capabilities, capable/capacity
◘ carbon, carbolic, bicarbonate
◘ carton [ˈkɑːtən], cartoon
◘ carve, carving
◘ casino [kəˈsiːnəʊ]
◘ catastrophe
◘ cattle
◘ cease, ceaseless, unceasing
◘ cede, proceed, proceeding, proceeds, procedure, procedere, precede, preceding, precedence, precedent, unprecedented, precede, concede, accede, recede, receding
◘ cement [sɪˈmɛnt]
◘ ceremony [ˈsɛrɪmənɪ], ceremonial, ceremonious/ unceremonious
◘ chalk [tʃɔːk]
◘ chamber/ antechamber
◘ charity, charitable/ uncharitable
◘ chart
◘ chat, chatty, chatter
◘ chauffeur
◘ choke, choky, choker
◘ chop, chopped, chopper, choppy
◘ chrome, chromatic, chromium
◘ chunk
◘ cite, citation, recite, recital, recitation, recitative
◘ clamp
◘ clang clanger clank
◘ clap 1, clapping, clapper {Old Norse klappa, to clap, pat}; clap 2 {Old French clapier, brothel}
◘ clash
◘ clasp/ enclasp
◘ clatter
◘ claw
◘ clay
◘ cleave [cleft], cleaver
◘ cliff
◘ climate ['klaɪmɪt], acclimatize, acclimatization [ə'klaɪməˌtaɪz]
◘ cling (clang, clung)
◘ clink
◘ clip 1, clipping, clippers, {Old Norse klippa to cut] clip 2/ paper clip {Middle English clippen, to clasp, embrace}
◘ clumsy [ˈklʌmzɪ], clumsily
◘ clutch
◘ coach
◘ coarse, coarsen coarseness
◘ code, encode/ decode
◘ coffin [ˈkɒfɪn], coffer [ˈkɒfə]
◘ coil, uncoil
◘ coincide, coincidence, coincindental {incidere, to occur.} {incident}
◘ collapse [kəˈlæps], collapsible [lapse]
◘ colleague [ˈkɒliːɡ] {lēgāre, to depute}
◘ collide, collision {laedere, to strike.]
◘ comma
◘ compart, compartment [part]
◘ compel, compelling, compulsive, compulsion, compulsory, compulsoriness
◘ compete, competitive, competitor, competition; competent/incompetent, competence/ incompetence {petere, to seek}
◘ complex, complexion, complexity {plectere, to plait}
◘ compliment, compliment, complimentary {plēre, to fill}
◘ compound 1 {Old French componre, compondre, to put together, from Latin compōnere; see component}, compound 2 {Alteration of Malay kampong, village}
◘ cоn 1 con 2
◘ conceive/preconceive, conceivable/inconceivable, conceivably, preconceived misconceive {capere, to take}
◘ concept, conception/ misconception/ preconception [ˈkɒnsɛpt] {capere, to take}
◘ concrete 1, concrete {Latin concrētus, past participle of concrēscere, to grow together, harden}; concrete 2/ferroconcrete [ˈkɒnkriːt] {Latin concrētus grown together, hardened, from concrēscere; see concrescence}
◘ conduct/safe-conduct/misconduct, conducted, conducive, conductor/ non-conductor/ semiconductor {duct}
◘ congress, congressional {gradī, to go}
◘ conquer, conqueror, conquest {quaerere, to seek}
◘ consent, consentient, consensus
◘ consist, consistent, consistently, consistency, inconsistent, incontinence/ inconsistency {sistere, to cause to stand}
◘ console 1consolidate consolidation,/consolidate/ {Latin com- + sōlārī, to comfort}; console 2, consolatory, consoler, consolation, disconsolate, inconsolable, inconsolability/ inconsolableness {French, perhaps short for consolider, to strengthen} {sōlārī, to comfort}
◘ conspire, conspiracy, conspirator, conspiratorial {spīrāre, to breathe}
◘ constant [ˈkɒnstənt]/inconstant, constantly, constancy/ inconstancy {stāre, to stand}
◘ constitute, constitution, constitutional, constitutionally, constituent, constituency {statuere to place]
◘ consume, consumption, consumptive, consumer
◘ contempt, contemptible, contemptuous {temnere, to despise}
◘ content 1 [ˈkɒntɛnt] {Middle English, from Medieval Latin contentum, neuter past participle of Latin continēre, to contain; see contain}; сontent 2 [kənˈtɛnt]/ malcontent/ discontent, contented, contentment, discontentment, discontented {Latin contentus contented, that is, having restrained desires, from continēre to restrain}
◘ contest [n. ˈkɒn tɛst; v. kənˈtɛst], contestable/incontestable, contestant, incontestability {testis, witness}
◘ contract/ subcontract, contractor; contract 2, contraction [n., adj., v. kənˈtrækt] {trahere, to draw; attract, abstract, contract, distract, retract}
◘ convene, convenience/inconvenience, convenient/ inconvenient, reconvene {venīre, to come}
◘ convent, conventual, convent, conventional, conventionality, unconventional {venīre, to come; convene}
◘ convict [v., adj. kənˈvɪkt; n. ˈkɒn vɪkt], conviction {convincere to prove guilty, convince}
◘ convince, convincing/unconvincing, convincingly, unconvinced {vincere, to conquer}
◘ cord, cordial, cordially, cordiality, concord, discord, discordance
◘ core
◘ corn 1 {Middle English, grain}, corned; corn 2, corny {Middle English corne, horn}
◘ corporal 1 {Old Italian caporale, from capo, head, from Latin caput;}, corporal 2, incorporeal, corporate/incorporate, corporative, corporation/incorporation, corps, corpulent, corpulence, corpuscle, corpuscular, corporate, corps, corpse {Middle English, Latin corporālis, from corpus, corpor-, body; see kwrep- in Indo-European roots} [ˈkɔːpərəl; -prəl]
◘ corrupt, corruption, corruptibility/incorrupibility, incorruptible {rumpere, to break; interrupt,erupt, disrupt, bankrupt, abrupt}
◘ costume
◘ cosy/ cozy
◘ cot 1 {Hindi khāṭ, bedstead, charpoy, from Prakrit khaṭṭā, from Sanskrit khaṭvā, perhaps of Dravidian origin and akin to Tamil and Malayalam kaṭṭil} cot 2 {Old English cot; related to Old Norse kot little hut, Middle Low German cot}, cottage
◘ couch
◘ council [ˈkaʊnsəl], councilor, counsel, counsellor
◘ cradle [ˈkreɪdəl]
◘ crane
◘ crank
◘ crap, crappy, craps
◘ crate
◘ creak, creaky
◘ crease
◘ creep, creeper, creepy, creeping, creepiness
◘ cricket 1 {Middle English criquer, to click, of imitative origin}; cricket 2 {Middle Dutch cricke, walking stick}
◘ cripple
◘ crisis [ˈkraɪsɪs]/ crises
◘ crisp, crispness, crisps
◘ critic, critical/overcritical/uncritical/ hypercritical, critically, criticaster, criticize, criticism, criticize, critique
◘ crocodile [ˈkrɒkəˌdaɪl]
◘ crown [kraʊn], corona, coronary, coronation,, coroner, coronet
◘ crook, crooked
◘ crop, cropper
◘ crouch
◘ crown
◘ crumb [krʌm]; crumble, crumbly
◘ crumple
◘ crunch, crunchy
◘ crust, encrust, crusty, crustiness
◘ crystal, crystallize, crystallization, criystalline
◘ cube, cubic, cubicle
◘ cucumber ['kju:ˌkʌmbər]
◘ cue 1 {French queue, tail, billiards cue}; cue 2 {probably from name of the letter q, used in an actor's script to represent Latin quando when}
◘ cuff
◘ curb
◘ curl, curly, curlers
◘ curve, curved, curvature
◘ cushion [ˈkʊʃən], cushy
◘ custody, custodian

◘ dagger
◘ damp, dampen, dampish, damper, dampness
◘ dart
◘ dash, dashed, dashing
◘ daze, dazed, dazzle, dazzle/bedazzle, dazzlingly, dazzling
◘ debate [dɪˈbeɪt], debate, debatable, debater {battre, to beat}
◘ decade {deka, ten}
◘ deceive, deceivable deceit, deceitful, deceitfully {capere, to seize
◘ deck 1, deck/ bedeck {Middle English dekke, roof}; deck 2 {Dutch dekken, to cover};
◘ décor [ˈdeɪkɔː], decorate, decoration, decorative, decoratively, decorativeness, decorator, décor, decorum/indecorum, decorous/ indecorous, redecorate redecoration
◘ decrease, decreasingly {crēscere, to grow}
◘ dedicate, dedication, dedicatory {dicāre, to proclaim}
◘ deer
◘ defeat, defeatism, defeatist, undefeated {facere, to do; feat}
◘ deft, deftness
◘ defy, defiant, defiance {fier, to trust}
◘ delay, delayed {laier, to leave}
◘ deliberate, deliberately, deliberation, deliberative [adj. dɪˈlɪb ər ɪt; v. -əˌreɪt] {lībrāre, to balance}
◘ demon [ˈdiːmən]
◘ den
◘ dent 1 {Middle English dente, variant of dint}; dent 2, dental, dentist, denture, dentifrice tooth. {French; see dentist}
◘ depute, deputy, deputation, deputize [dəˈpju:t] {putāre, to ponder}
◘ descend/condescend, descendant, descent, condescending, condescension [dɪˈsɛnd] {scandere, to climb}
◘ despise, despite, despicable, despicably {specere, to look}
◘ dessert [dɪˈzɜːt] {servir, to serve}
◘ destine [ˈdɛstɪn]/predestine, destiny, destination/predestination, predestinate, predestined {stināre, stāre, to stand}
◘ detach, detached, detachment, semidetached [attach]
◘ detain, detention, detainee {tenēre, to hold}
◘ devastate, devastated, devastating, devastatingly, devastation [waste] {vāstāre, to lay waste; waste}
◘ devote, devoted, devotee, devotion {dēvovēre to vow; vote}
◘ dew, dewy
◘ diary [ˈdaɪərɪ]
◘ dick
◘ diet 1 dietary, dietic, dietics, dietician, diet 2
◘ dignity/indignity, dignify, dignified, dignity, dignitary, undignified, indignant, indignantly, indignation
◘ dim, dimly, dimness
◘ dime
◘ dip, dipper
◘ diploma, diplomacy, diplomat, diplomatic/ undiplomatic
◘ disk/disc, diskette
◘ disciple, discipleship, disciplinary, discipline, undisciplined {cipere, capere, to take}
◘ discreet/indiscreet, discreeteness, discretion/ indiscretion {cernere, to perceive}

◘ dismiss, dismissal {mittere, to send}
◘ display [play] {plicāre, to fold; play}
◘ distinguish, distinguishable/ indistinguishable, distinguished/ undistinguished, distinguishing {cernere, to perceive}
◘ district {stringere, to draw tight}
◘ ditch
◘ dizzy, dizzily, dizziness, dizzyingly
◘ dodge dodger
◘ dome, domestic, domesticate, domestication, domesticity, undomesticated, domicile, domiciliary {domus, house}
◘ dominance/predominance dominate/predominate, domination, domineer, domineering, dominion, predominantly, dominant/predominant, domain {dominus, lord}
◘ doom, foredoom, foredoomed
◘ dope, dopey, dopiness
◘ dose, overdose, dosage, dosed
◘ dot
◘ dough [dəʊ]
◘ dove 1 [dʌv] dove 2 [dəʊv] dove 2 A past tense of dive.
◘ drain, drainage
◘ drape, drapery
◘ dread, dreadful, dreadfulness [drɛd]
◘ drill 1, drilling; {Obsolete Dutch drillen, to bore} drill 2 {Middle English drille, sip.} 3 {Middle High German drilich, threefold, fabric woven with three threads} 4 {West African word; compare mandrill}
◘ dude
◘ duke, dukedom, archduke, duchess, duchy, ducal
◘ dye, double-dyed
◘ earnest [earn]
◘ efficient, efficiency, efficacious, inefficient, inefficiency, inefficacy, coefficient коэффициент
◘ eh [eɪ]
◘ elegant, elegance
◘ embassy ambassador
◘ emerald
◘ emphasis emphasize emphatic emphatically overemphasize
◘ environ, environment {viron, circle}
◘ errand
◘ essence, essential/ inessential, essentially, essentialness [ˈɛsəns] {esse, to be}
◘ esteem/ self-esteem, estimable
◘ et cetera/ etc [ɪt ˈsɛtrə]
◘ eternal, eternally, eternity, etern(al)ize
◘ exaggerate [ɪɡˈzædʒəˌreɪt], exaggerated, exaggeration {aggerāre, to pile up}
◘ exclaim [claim] {clāmāre, to call} {claim}
◘ exclude [ɪkˈskluːd], excluding, exclusive, exclusively, exclusion [include] {claudere, to shut; include}
◘ exhaust, exhausted, exhausting, exhaustive, exhaustiveness, exhaustion, inexhaustible [ɪɡˈzɔːst] {haurīre, to draw}
◘ exotic
◘ expand,expandability, expanse, expansive, expansively, expansible, expansion pandere, to spread;
◘ explore, exploratory, exploration, explorer{plōrāre, to cry out}

◘ fable, fabulist, fabled, fabulous
◘ fancy, fancied, fanciful, fancier/ pigeon-fancier
◘ fascinate, fascinating, fascination
◘ feather [ˈfɛðə], feathery
◘ federal/ fed, federal, federation, confederate, confederate
◘ fee
◘ ferry, car-ferry
◘ fetch, fetching,
◘ fiancé/ fiancée [fɪˈɒnseɪ]
◘ fiction, fictional, fictitious, fictitiousness, fictive
◘ fiddle, fiddler, fiddling
◘ fierce [fɪəs], fiercely, fierceness
◘ filth, filthy, filthiness
◘ flag 1, unflagging; {flap and fag in obsolete sense “flap”} flag 2 {Middle English flagge } flag 3 [See flag 1] 4 {Middle English flagge piece of sod}
◘ flank, outflank
◘ flavor [ˈfleɪvə], flavorful, flavoring, flavorless
◘ flaw, flawed, flawless
◘ flee/fled
◘ flick, flick
◘ flicker
◘ fling
◘ flip, flipper
◘ flop, floppy
◘ flour, floury
◘ flush 1 {perhaps extended senses of flush3] [Probably from flush, to dart out.}; flush 2 {probably from flush in the sense: spring out} 3 [3 flusshen, perhaps of imitative origin] flush 4 {in poker and similar games: a hand containing only one suit, Latin fluxus flux}
◘ flutter, fluttery
◘ foam
◘ fond, fondness, fondle
◘ forge, reforge, forger, forgery
◘ foul [faʊl], filthy
◘ frantic
◘ freak, freakish
◘ frigid, frigidity, refrigerate, fridge
◘ frustrate [frʌˈstreɪt], frustrated, frustration
◘ fry 1 {Latin frīgere to roast, fry}, fried; fry 2 {froyer, to rub, spawn, from Latin fricāre, to rub}
◘ fumble, fumbler
◘ fund, fundament, fundamentals, fundamental, fundamentally
◘ fur, furry, furrier
◘ furnish, unfurnished, furnishings, furniture
◘ fuss, fussy, fusser, fussiness
◘ fuzz, fuzzy

◘ gag
◘ gage 1/mortgage, engage/ disengage, engaged, engagement/ disengagement, engaging {Old French gage, of Germanic origin}; gage 2, gauge {US a variant spelling (esp in technical senses) of gauge}
◘ gallery [ˈɡælərɪ]
◘ garlic [ˈɡɑːlɪk]
◘ gasp
◘ gay, gaiety
◘ gaze
◘ gear [ɡɪə]
◘ gee 1 { origin uncertain}; gee 2 {euphemism for Jesus} 3 [German, abbr. for grand (a thousand dollars)} [dʒiː]
◘ ghost, ghostly, aghast, ghastly [ɡəʊst]
◘ giant [ˈdʒaɪənt]
◘ giggle
◘ gin
◘ ginger, ginger, gingerly
◘ glare
◘ gleam
◘ glide, gliding, glider
◘ glimpse
◘ glint
◘ glisten
◘ glitter
◘ globe, global, globally, globular, globule
◘ gloom, gloomy, gloominess, glum, glumness
◘ golf
◘ goof, goofy
◘ gorge, gorgeous
◘ gossip, gossipy
◘ gown [ɡaʊn]
◘ grain, ingrain, ingrained, grainy
◘ grant
◘ grasp, grasping
◘ grease [n. gris; v. gris, griz], greasy
◘ grill, grilled, grilling
◘ grim, grimly
◘ grimace
◘ grind/ground, grinding, grinder
◘ grocer, grocery
◘ groom
◘ grope
◘ grumble, grumbler
◘ grunt
◘ guise/ disguise, undisguised
◘ gulp
◘ gum 1, gummy {Latin gummi} gum 2 {Old English gōma, palate, jaw}
◘ gust 1, gusty, gustatory, gusto, gustatory {Old Norse gustr; related to gjōsa to gush; see geyser} gust 2 {Middle English guste gustus; see gusto}
◘ gut, gutsy, gutless
◘ gutter

◘ hack 1, hacking {Old English tōhaccian} hack 2, hackney {short for hackney} {хакер}
◘ hail 1 {Greek kakhlēx pebble}, hail 2 {Middle English heilen, healthy}
◘ halt [hɔːlt]
◘ ham, hammy
◘ hamper 1 {Old English hamm enclosure}; hamper 2 {Old French hanepier, a case for holding goblets, from hanap, goblet, of Germanic origin}
◘ harass, harassment . . .
◘ harsh, harshly, harshness
◘ harvest, harvester [ˈhɑːvɪst]
◘ haste, hasty, hasten, hastily, posthaste
◘ haul, haulage, haulier, overhaul
◘ hay
◘ hearse, rehearse, rehearsal, unrehearsed
◘ heave
◘ hedge
◘ heir/ heiress, inherit/disinherit, inheritance/disingeritance, inheritable
◘ helmet
◘ herd
◘ hideous, hideously, hideousness
◘ hilarious, hilariously, hilarity, exhilarate, exhilarating, exhilaration
◘ hitch
◘ hoarse [hɔːs], hoarsness
◘ hollow [ˈhɒləʊ], hollowness
◘ holster
◘ honk
◘ hoof [hooves]
◘ hose; hose, hosiery
◘ hostile [ˈhɒstaɪl], hostility
◘ hound
◘ huddle
◘ hum
◘ humble, humbleness
◘ hunch
◘ hurl [hε:rl]
◘ hurricane [ˈhʌrɪkən; -keɪn]
◘ hush, hush-hush
◘ hut
◘ hypocrisy hypocrite hypocritical
◘ hysteria [hɪˈstɪərɪə], hysterics, hysterical

◘ ignite, ignition, igneous
◘ impact, impaction [n. ˈɪm pækt; v. ɪmˈpækt] {pangere, to fasten}
◘ empire, emperor/ empress [ˈɛmpaɪə] imperative, imperious, imperial, imperialistic, imperialism, imperialist [empire] [ɪmˈpɛrətɪv]
◘ incline inclined inclination disincline disinclined disinclination clīnāre, to lean;
◘ industry, industrial, industrialist, industrialize, industrialization, industrious
◘ influence, influential
◘ initiate, initiative, initiation, initiator, initial, initially {īre, to go}
◘ inquire/enquire, inquisitive, inquisition {quaerere, to seek}
◘ insert [v. ɪnˈsɜrt; n. ˈɪn sɜrt]; insertion, inserted {serere, to join}
◘ inspire, inspired, inspiration, uninspired {spīrāre, to breathe}
◘ instinct, instinctive, instinctively {stinguere, to prick}
◘ interfere, interference/noninterference, interfering {ferir, strike}
◘ interrogate, interrogation, interrogative, interrogator, interrogatory, interrogatory {rogāre, to ask}
◘ intimate [ˈɪntɪmɪt] [ˈɪntɪˌmeɪt], intimation, intimacy
◘ intrude, intrusion, intrusive, intruder {trūdere, to thrust}
◘ invade, invasion, invader {vādere, to go}
◘ invest, investment, investor, reinvest {vestīre, to clothe} {vest}
◘ itch, itchy
◘ item, itemize, itemization
◘ ivory [ˈaɪvərɪ; -vrɪ]
◘ ivy [ˈaɪvɪ]

◘ jab
◘ jack, hijack, hijacker, hijacking
◘ janitor
◘ jug
◘ junction, disjunctive, conjunctive, conjunctive, conjunction
◘ keen, keenly
◘ kidney
◘ kit, toolkit
◘ knight, knighthood
◘ knuckle [ˈnʌkəl]

◘ label
◘ lace, interlace/ unlace/enlace
◘ lad
◘ ladder
◘ lamb [læm], lambkin
◘ lame, lameness
◘ Landscape/seascape
◘ lane
◘ lap 1, overlap, overlap {Middle English lappe, lappet, lap}; lap 2[Old Saxon lappo fold, skirt]
lap 2 {Middle English lappen} {Middle English lappen to fold, wrap}
◘ lash, lashing
◘ latch
◘ launch, launching
◘ launder, laundry, laundress, launderette
◘ league 1 {Old Italian legare, to bind}; leage 2 {Latin leuga, a measure of distance}
◘ leash, unleash
◘ ledge
◘ leisure, leisured, leisurely, leisureliness
◘ lens
◘ lever, leverage
◘ liable, liability
◘ limp
◘ linger, lingering
◘ lingerie [ˈlænʒərɪ]
◘ litter
◘ liver, liverish
◘ lizard [ˈlɪzəd]
◘ loaf 1 [ləʊf] {Greek klībanos, krībanos, earthen vessel for baking, tandoor.} {Latin libum cake}; loaf 2, loafer {back formation from loafer}
◘ loan [ləʊn]
◘ lobby
◘ log, backlog, waterlogged
◘ loop, loopy
◘ lounge
◘ louse [laʊs] [lice], lousy, lousiness
◘ loyal/disloyal, loyalty/disloyalty
◘ lump, lumpy, lumping, lumpish
◘ lust, lustful, lustfulness, lusty, lustiness

◘ magnify, magnification, magnificent, magnificence; magnanimous, magnanimity, magnitude
◘ majesty, majestical, majestic
◘ malice [ˈmælɪs], malicious, malign, malignant, malignity
◘ mania [ˈmeɪnɪə]/ megalomania, maniac, maniacal, manic
◘ manual, manually
◘ maple [ˈmeɪpəl]
◘ marine, mariner, ultramarine submarine
◘ marvel [ˈmɑːvəl], marvelous
◘ massage, masseur/ masseuse [mass] [ˈmæsɑːʒ; -sɑːdʒ]
◘ mathematics/ math
◘ mature/ immature/ premature, mature, prematurely, maturity/ immaturity, maturation [məˈtjʊə; -ˈtʃʊə]
◘ mayor
◘ medal, medalist, medallion
◘ melon [ˈmɛlən]
◘ melt, melting, molten
◘ menace
◘ merchant [ˈmɜːtʃənt], merchandise, mercantile, mercantilism
◘ merry, merrily, merriment; mirth, mirthful, mirthless
◘ mild, mildly, mildness
◘ mill
◘ mission, missionary
◘ moan, bemoan, moaner
◘ mob, mobbish, mobbishly, mobster
◘ modest [ˈmɒdɪst]/ immodest, modesty/ immodesty
◘ moist, moistly, moistness, moisten, moisture
◘ monitor [ˈmɒnɪtə], monitoring
◘ monk, monkhood
◘ monster, monstrosity, monstrous, demonstrate, demonstration, demonstrative/undemonstrative, demonstrator, demonstrable, demonstrably, remonstrate, remonstrance, demonstrate, demonstration, demonstrative/ undemonstrative, demonstrator, demonstrable, demonstrably [ˈmɒnstə]
◘ moral/ amoral/ immoral, moral, morally, morale, moralist, moralistic, morality/ immorality, moralize, demoralize, amorous, demoralization [ˈmɒrəl]
◘ moron [ˈmɔːrɒn], moronic
◘ mourn, mourner, mourning, mournful

◘ mug 1 {Perhaps of Scandinavian origin}; mug 2 {Probably from mug; possibly in allusion to mugs decorated with grotesque faces}, muggy;
◘ multiply, multiple, multiplication
◘ mumble
◘ mush, mushy
◘ mute, muted, muteness, immutable
◘ mutter
◘ mutual [ˈmjuːtʃʊəl], mutually
◘ muzzle

◘ naive [naɪˈiːv], naivete, naivety
◘ nap 1 {Middle English nappen, to doze}; kidnap; nap 2, nappy, napkin; {obsolete French nape, tablecloth} nap 3 {To pour or put a sauce or gravy over a cooked dish in a thin, even layer: "a stuffed veal chop napped with an elegant Port sauce" Jay Jacobs}. {French napper, cover} 4 [Short for napoleon.],
◘ narrate, narration, narrative, narrator
◘ naught, naughty, naughtiness
◘ navy [ˈneɪvɪ], navigate, navigate/circumnavigate, navigator, navigable/unnavigable, navigation

◘ negotiate, negotiation, negotiable, negotiator, negotiable
◘ neigh
◘ neuter [ˈnjuːtrəl], neutral, neutral, neutrality, neutralize, neutralization, neutron
◘ nightmare, nightmarish [mare]
◘ noble/ ignoble, nobility, ennoble, ennoblement
◘ nuclear [ˈnjuːklɪə]/ thermonuclear, nucleus, nuke
◘ nuisance
◘ numb [nʌm], numbness
◘ oar [ɔː]
◘ oath [əʊθ]
◘ oblige/ disoblige, obliging/ disobliging, obligatory, obligate,obligation [əˈblaɪdʒ] {ligare, bind}
◘ obsess [əbˈsɛs], obsession, obsessive {sedēre, to sit}
◘ ocular, monocle, binoculars
◘ omelet [te] [ˈɒm lɪt, ˈɒm ə-]
◘ omen, ominous, abominate, abomination, abominable
◘ opt, adopt, option, adoption, optional, adoptive
◘ orange [ˈɒrɪndʒ], orangeade
◘ orchestra [ˈɔːkɪstrə], orchestral, orchestrate
◘ orchid [ˈɔːkɪd]
◘ orphan [ˈɔːfən], orphanage, orphanhood
◘ ostrich [ˈɒstrɪtʃ]
◘ ouch [aʊtʃ]
◘ oven [ˈʌvən]
◘ owl [aʊl], owlish
◘ oxygen [ˈɒksɪdʒən], peroxide, oxidant, oxide, dioxide, oxidation, oxidize, oxidization
◘ oyster

◘ paddle
◘ pajama [s]/ pyjama
◘ pale 1, pale/ impale, paling, palisade {Latin pālus stake; compare pole}; pale 2, pallor, pallid {Latin pallēre, to be pale}
◘ panel, paneled, panellist
◘ pant
◘ paradise [ˈpærəˌdaɪs]
◘ paste, pastry, pasty
◘ pat 1, patter {From Middle English, a blow, perhaps of imitative origin}; pat 2 {orig. adverbial use of pat, as in obsolete to hit pat to strike accurately}
◘ patch
◘ path
◘ pathetic [pəˈθɛtɪk]/ sympathetic/unsympathetic]/ apathetic, pathetically/sympathetically, sympathy/ empathy/apathy/antipathy, sympathize, sympathizer
◘ patrol [pəˈtrəʊl]
◘ pattern [ˈpætən]
◘ pave, paved/ unpaved, paving, pavement
◘ pea
◘ peach
◘ pearl [pɜːl], pearly
◘ peasant ['pezənt]
◘ peck, peckish
◘ peculiar [pɪˈkjuːlɪə], peculiarity
◘ peel, peelings
◘ peer 1, peerage, peerless {Low German piren, to search closely, Middle English probably alteration of apperen, to appear; see appear}; peer 2 {Old French per, equal}
◘ peg тем забавнее смотреть
◘ penal, penalty, penance
◘ penguin [ˈpɛŋɡwɪn]
◘ penny, pence, penniless
◘ persist, persistent, persistence {sistere, to stand}
◘ persuade, persuasive, persuasively, persuasiveness, persuasion [pəˈsweɪd] {suādēre, to urge}
◘ pet 1 {Scottish Gaelic peata, tame animal {from Old Irish}, pet 2, petulant, petulance {orig. uncertain; compare pettish}
◘ philosophy, philosophical, philosopher, philosophize, philosopher
◘ piano, pianist [pɪˈænəʊ]
◘ pickle, pickled
◘ pier
◘ pierce, piercing [pɪəs]
◘ pillar, caterpillar
◘ pinch
◘ pine 1, pineal {Latin pīnus pine}; pine 2 {Latin poena, penalty}
◘ piss
◘ pistol [ˈpɪstəl]
◘ pit 1 {Latin puteus well, pit}, pit 2 {Dutch: kernel; compare pith }
◘ pitch 1, pitchy {Old English pic}; pitch 2, pitcher, pitching {Middle English picchen to thrust, pierce, set up a tent, array, throw}
◘ pizza
◘ plaint, plaintive, plaintiff
◘ plaster, plasterer, plastic, plastic, plasticine
◘ plea, plead, pleading, pleading
◘ plot; plot
◘ plug, unplug
◘ plunge, plunger
◘ poke, poker
◘ polish, polished/ unpolished
◘ pond
◘ pop 1, poppy; {Short for popular.} pop 2 {Middle English poppen, a blow, stroke, of imitative origin.} 3 n. Informal Father. {Short for papa}
◘ pork
◘ possess/ prepossess/ dispossess, unprepossessing, prepossessing, possession/ prepossession/ dispossession, possessive, possessor [pəˈzɛs] {sedēre, to sit}
◘ postpone, postponement [pəʊstˈpəʊn; pəˈspəʊn] {pōnere, to put}
◘ poverty, impoverish, impoverishment
◘ preach, preacher, preachify
◘ precious/ semiprecious, preciousness, preciousity [price] [ˈprɛʃəs]
◘ precise, imprecise, precisely, preciseness, precision/ imprecision [prɪˈsaɪs] {caedere, to cut}
◘ pregnant, pregnancy, impregnate, impregnation, impregnable, impregnate, impregnation {gnascī, to be born}
◘ preliminary, prelim [prɪˈlɪmɪnərɪ] {līmen, threshold}
◘ preserve, preservation {servāre, to preserve; conserve, preserve, reserve, observe}
◘ presume, presumably, presumptive, presumption, presumptuous, presumtousness [prɪˈzjuːm] {sūmere, to take}
◘ prick, prickle
◘ prior 1 {Middle English priour}; prior 2 {Old French prior}, prior to, priority
◘ proceed, proceeding, proceeds, procedure
◘ profit, proficient, proficiently, profitable/ unprofitable, profiteer, proficiency [ˈprɒfɪt] {facere, to make}
◘ prominent, prominence, promontory {minēre, to jut}
◘ prompt; prompt; impromptu
◘ pronounce, pronounced, pronunciation, pronouncement, unpronounceable, mispronunciation
◘ prop 1, turboprop {Old High German pfropfo shoot} prop 2 {Short for property.} 3 {Mechanical Engineering an informal word for propeller}
◘ prosecute, prosecution, prosecutor {sequī, to follow}
◘ prospect, prospective, prospector, prospectus {specere, to look at; spectāre, to look at; spectator, expect, inspect, respect, retrospect, suspect, aspect}
◘ proximal, proximate, proximity, approximate [adj. əˈprɒk sə mɪt; v. -ˌmeɪt], approximate, approximation {proximus, nearest}
◘ puff, puffy
◘ pulse, pulsate, pulsar; impulse, impulsive, impulsion [pʌls]
◘ pump 1, pumping {Middle Dutch pumpe pipe, probably from Spanish bomba, of imitative origin}; pump 2 {orig. uncertain}
◘ puppet, puppeteer [ˈpʌpɪt]
◘ purchase, purchaser [ˈpɜːtʃɪs] {chacier, to chase; chase}
◘ pursue, pursuer, pursuance, pursuit
◘ quake
◘ quake
◘ queer [kjuː]
◘ queue
◘ quiver
◘ quiz, quizzical

◘ rack
◘ rag, ragged
◘ rake 1 {Old Norse raka to scrape, rake}; rake 2, rakish [Short for rakehell.] 3 { of uncertain origin; perhaps related to German ragen to project}
◘ ranch, rancher
◘ random, randomly [ˈrændəm]
◘ ransom [ˈrænsəm]
◘ rap
◘ rape 1 {Latin rapere, to seize}; rape 2 {Latin rāpa} rape 3 {French râpe, grape stalk, pomace}; see rasp.]
◘ rattle, rattling
◘ raw
◘ recipe, recipient, receipt
◘ reckon, reckoning [ˈrɛkən]
◘ reel, newsreel
◘ relief, relieve, unrelieved, relevant/irrelevant, relevance/irrelevance, relevantly, irrelevancy [rɪˈliːf] {levāre, to raise}
◘ reluctant, reluctance {luctārī, to struggle}
◘ remote, remotely, remoteness {movēre, to move; remote}
◘ repute reputable reputation reputed reputedly disrepute disreputable putāre, to think over;
◘ resent, resentful, resentment [rɪˈzɛnt] {sentir, to feel}
◘ reside, resident/non-resident, residential, residence [rɪˈzaɪd] {sedēre, to sit}
◘ resign, resigned, resignation {sign} {signāre to seal; sign}
◘ resist, resistance, resistant, resister, irresistible, unresisting {sistere, to place}
◘ restrict, restriction, restrictive, unrestricted {stringere, to draw tight}
◘ resume, resumtion [rɪˈzjuːm] {sūmere, to take}
◘ retain, retainer {tenēre, to hold}
◘ retard [rɪˈtɑrd; ˈri tɑrd], retarded, retardation, retardo {tardāre, to delay}
◘ retire, retired, retirement, retiring {tirer, to draw} {tier}
◘ reveal, revealing, revelation {vēlāre, to cover}
◘ reverse, reverse, reversal, reversible/irreversible, irreversibility, revert, reversion {vertere, to turn; convert,advert, avert, divert, verse, pervert, advertise,converse, universe, adverse, averse, diverse, perverse,divorce}
◘ revolve, revolver, revolution/ counter-revolution, revolutionary/ pre-revolutionary; revolt, revolting {volvere, to roll}
◘ rhyme, rhymer/rhymester [raɪm]
◘ ribbon [ˈrɪbən]
◘ rigid, rigidly, rigidity, rigor, rigorous [ˈrɪdʒɪd]
◘ rim
◘ rip, ripping, ripper
◘ ripple
◘ roar, uproar, roaring, uproarious [rɔː]
◘ roast, roasted, roaster [rəʊst]
◘ robe, enrobe/ disrobe
◘ rocket [ˈrɒkɪt]
◘ rod
◘ role
◘ rot, rotten, rotter, rottenness
◘ route, en route, routine
◘ royal, royally, viceroy
◘ rumble
◘ rupt, rupture, interrupt, interruption, uninterrupted, abrupt, abruptly, abruptness, erupt, eruption; disrupt, disruptive, disruption; bankrupt [ˈrʌptʃə]
◘ rust, rustless, rusty, rustiness
◘ rustle, rustler [ˈrʌsəl]
◘ ruthless, ruthlessness
◘ rye [raɪ]

◘ sack 1 {Latin saccus bag}; sack 2 {from French phrase mettre à sac, literally: to put loot in a sack} sack 3 {French vin sec dry wine, from Latin siccus dry}
◘ sacrifice, sacrifice, sacred, sacrificial, sacrament, sacristy, sacrosanct [ˈsækrɪˌfaɪs]
◘ saddle, saddle/ unsaddle
◘ saint, sainthood, saintness
◘ sample, sampling, sampler 1, sampler 2
◘ sane/insane, sanity/ insanity, sanitary/ insanitary, sanitarium, sanitation
◘ sarcasm, sarcastic [ˈsɑːkæzəm]
◘ sauce, saucy, saucer [sɔːs]
◘ savage, savage, savageness [ˈsævɪdʒ]
◘ scale 1, scale, scaly {Old French escale, husk, shell}; scale 2 {Middle English, from Latin scālae, ladder}; scale 3 {Middle English, bowl, balance, from Old Norse skāl}
◘ scan, scanner
◘ scar 1 {Greek eskhara, hearth, scab caused by burning}; scar 2, scaur {Old Norse sker, low reef}
◘ scarce, scarcely, scarcity [skɛəs]
◘ scarf
◘ scatter
◘ scent, scented
◘ scheme/schema, schematize, schematic, scheming, schematic, schemer [skiːm]
◘ scoop
◘ scope, scope, telescope/ microscope
◘ scorn, scornful
◘ scoundrel [ˈskaʊndrəl]
◘ scowl
◘ scramble, scrambler
◘ scrap 1, scrappy {Middle English, from Old Norse skrap, trifles, pieces}; scrap 2, scrappy, scrapper {Perhaps variant of scrape.}
◘ screech, screechy
◘ scrub 1 scrub, scrubber {Middle English shrubben, scrobben, to currycomb a horse, rub oneself}; scrub 2 {Middle English, variant of shrub; see shrub 1}
◘ sculpt, sculpture, sculptural, sculpted
◘ scum
◘ scurry
◘ seal 1 {Latin sigillum, diminutive of signum, sign, seal}; seal 2, unseal {Old Irish selige tortoise}
◘ seam, seamy, seamless
◘ seed, seedy, seedless, seedling
◘ seize, seizure, seizable [siːz]
◘ select, selective, selection
◘ semblance, dissemble, dissembling, dissembling, resemble [rɪ'zembəl], resemblance {sembler, to look like}
◘ senate, senator, senatorial [ˈsɛnɪt]
◘ sentiment, presentiment, sentimental, sentimentality [sense]
◘ sequel, sequent, consequent/inconsequent/ subsequent, inconsequently/ consequently/ subsequently, sequence/ consequence/ inconsequence, sequential, inconsequential, consecutive, consecutively [ˈsiːkwəl]
◘ session
◘ severe, severity, persevere, persevering, perseverance [sɪˈvɪə]
◘ shabby, shabbiness
◘ shaft
◘ shallow, shallowly, shallowness, shallows, shallowness [ˈʃæləʊ]
◘ shatter, shattering
◘ shed 1 {Middle English sheden, to separate}; shed 2, shedding {Alteration of Middle English shadde shade}
◘ sheer
◘ shelter
◘ shh
◘ shield [ʃiːld]
◘ shiver 1, shivery {chevelen to chatter, from Old English]; shiver 2 {Middle English shiveren,, splinter}
◘ shock, shocker, shocking
◘ shove, shovel [ʃʌv]
◘ shred
◘ shrew, shrewd, shrewdness
◘ shriek [ʃriːk]
◘ shrill
◘ shrink, shrinkage, unshrinkable, non-shrink
◘ shrug
◘ shudder
◘ shuffle/ reshuffle
◘ simultaneous, simultaneously, simultaneity [ˌsɪməlˈteɪnɪəs; US ˌsaɪməlˈteɪnɪəs]
◘ sip
◘ skeleton, skeletal [ˈskɛlɪtən]
◘ sketch, sketch, sketching, sketchy
◘ skull
◘ slack, slacks, slacken, slacker
◘ slash
◘ sled, sledge, sleigh
◘ slice, slicer
◘ slick, slickly, slickness, slicker
◘ slim, slimming
◘ slit
◘ slope, sloping
◘ slot
◘ slug, sluggard, sluggish, sluggishness
◘ smack 1, smacking {Middle Dutch smacken, probably of imitative origin}; smack 2 {Icelandic smekkr a taste} smack 3 {Dutch smak, of unknown origin} smack 4 {a slang word for heroin: perhaps from Yiddish schmeck }
◘ smear [smɪə]
◘ snail
◘ snarl
◘ snatch
◘ sneak, sneaking, sneaky, sneakers [sniːk]
◘ sneer, sneering [snɪə]
◘ sneeze
◘ sniff, sniffy, sniffle
◘ snore
◘ snort, snorter
◘ soak, soaking [səʊk]
◘ sob
◘ soda [ˈsəʊdə]
◘ soil 1 {Latin solum, soil}; soil 2, soiled [Middle English soilen, from Old French souiller
} soil [Origin unknown.]
◘ sole 1, insole {Latin solum, bottom, sole of the foot.}; sole 2, solo, soloist, soliloquize, soliloquy, solitaire, solitary, solitude; desolate, desolate, desolation {Old French soule, from Latin sōlus alone}; sole 3, solely {Latin solea, sandal, flatfish [from its shape}
◘ solemn [ˈsɒləm], solemnly, solemnness, solemnity
◘ soup [suːp] { supper}
◘ sour [ˈsaʊə], sourness
◘ spade
◘ sparrow ['spæroʊ]
◘ spear [spɪə]
◘ speculate, speculation/spec, speculative, speculator [ˈspɛkjʊˌleɪt]
◘ spell 1/ misspell, spelling/misspelling, misspelt {Middle English spellen, to read letter by letter}; spell 2 {Old English spell speech]; spell 3 {From Middle English spelen, to spare}
◘ spice, spicy
◘ spill/ overspill, spillage
◘ spine, spineless, spiny, spinal
◘ spit 1 {German spützen to spit}; spit 2, spittle, spittoon {Old English spitu }
◘ splash
◘ splendid, splendor, splendiferous; resplended [ˈsplɛndɪd]
◘ spoil, spoilage, spoiler, spoliation, despoil, unspoiled
◘ spot, spotted, spotty, spotless
◘ sprawl
◘ spray 1 {Middle Dutch sprayen}; spray 2 {Old Norse sprek brittle wood}
◘ sprint, sprinter
◘ squad [skwɒd], squadron
◘ squat [skwɒt]
◘ squeak, squeaky, squeaker
◘ squeal, squealer [squeak]
◘ squint
◘ stab
◘ stack
◘ stain
◘ stalk 1 {Middle English, probably diminutive of stale, upright of a ladder, post, handle}; stalk 2 {Old English stealcian}
◘ stall, install, installation, installment
◘ standard [ˈstændəd], standard, standardize, substandard, standartization
◘ starve, starvation, starveling
◘ steak [steɪk]
◘ steep 1; steep 2
◘ steer, steering [stɪə]
◘ stem 1 {Old Norse stamn stem3}; stem 2 {German stemmen to prop; see stammer}
◘ stern 1 {Greek stereos hard}; stern 2/astern {Old Norse stjōrn steering Middle English sterne}
◘ stew, steward, stewardess
◘ stink, stinking, stinker
◘ stir, stirring, astir
◘ stool
◘ stove [stəʊv]
◘ strangle, strangulate, strangulation
◘ strap
◘ straw
◘ stray, astray
◘ streak, streaky, streaker
◘ stress, stressful, unstressed
◘ stride, stride, astride, bestride
◘ stripe, striped, stripy
◘ stubborn, stubbornness …
◘ stumble
◘ stun, stunning
◘ stutter stutterer
◘ sue [sjuː; suː], pursue, pursuer, pursuance, pursuit, pursuant
◘ suite
◘ supply/ oversupply, supply, supplier, supplement, supplement, supplementary [səˈplaɪ]
◘ surf, surfing
◘ surgeon, surgery, surgical [ˈsɜːdʒən]
◘ survey, surveying, surveyor, surveillance [n. ˈsɜr veɪ, sərˈveɪ] {vidēre, to look}
◘ suspend, suspended, suspenders, suspense, suspension [depend] {pendere, to hang; depend}
◘ swan [swɒn]
◘ sway
◘ swell, swelling, swollen
◘ swirl
◘ sword [sɔːd]
◘ symbol [ˈsɪmbəl], symbolic [al], symbolism, symbolize
◘ system, systematic, systematization, unsystematic

◘ tack tacky
◘ tag
◘ tailor, tailor, tailored [tail]
◘ tan, tanned, tanning
◘ tangle, entangle, entanglement, untangle, disentangle, disentanglement
◘ task
◘ tattoo [tæˈtuː]
◘ teen, teens, teeny [-weeny]
◘ temple 1 {Latin tempus time,}; temple 2, template {Latin tempus temple of the head}
◘ tempo [ˈtɛmpəʊ], temporal, temporarily, temporary/ temp/ contemporary, temporize, contemporaneity
◘ tempt, tempting, temptation, tempter, temptress
◘ tense 1 {Latin tēnsus, past participle of tendere, to stretch}; tense 2; tensile, tension/ hypertension, tenseness {Middle English tens, time}
◘ tent
◘ testify, testy, testiness, detestable, detestation/ attest, untested; testament, testimony, testimonial
◘ therapy [ˈθɛrəpɪ]
/physiotherapy/hypnotherapy, therapeutic [al], therapist/hypnotherapist
◘ thigh [θaɪ]
◘ thrill, thriller, thrilling
◘ thrust, thrusting
◘ thug, thuggery
◘ tick 1 [Middle English tik, light tap.]; tick 2, tick; ticking {Middle Irish dega stag beetle} tick 3 {Middle English tikke,, ziecha tick, pillowcase}
◘ tickle, tickle, ticklish, ticklishness [tick – obsolete sense]
◘ tile, tiled
◘ timid [ˈtɪmɪd], timidly, timidity, timorous, intimidate
◘ tin, tinned, tinny
◘ tiny/teeny [ˈtaɪnɪ]
◘ tissue
◘ tobacco [təˈbækəʊ], tobacconist
◘ tolerate [ˈtɒləˌreɪt], tolerable/intolerable, tolerably, toleration, tolerant/ intolerant, intorlerance
◘ tract, traction, tractive, tractor, intractable, intractability; distract, distraction; detract, detraction, detractor; subtract, protract, protractor, extract, extraction, extractive [attract, contract, abstract, contract, retract]
◘ traitor, traitorous [trait]
◘ transfer [v. trænsˈfɜr, ˈtræns fər; n. ˈtræns fər], transfer, transferable, transference {ferre, to carry}
◘ tread [trɛd], downtrodden, treadle, treadle
◘ treat, treatment, treaty, maltreat, maltreatment, mistreat, mistreatment, entreat, entreaty
◘ tremendous [trɪˈmɛndəs], tremendously
◘ trial/ mistrial/ retrial
◘ tribe, tribal
◘ tribute, tributary, contribute, contribution, attribute, distribute/redistribute, distribution/ redistribution, distributive, distributor
◘ trigger, hair-trigger
◘ trim, trimmer, trimming
◘ trio, triode, Trinity, trillion, trilogy, triple, triplet, triplicate, tripod, triumvirate
◘ trout
◘ truck 1 [Greek trokhos, wheel).} truck 2 {Old French troquer to barter}
◘ trump 1 [Alteration of triumph.]; trump 2/trumpet [Middle English trompe, from Old French; see trumpet.]
◘ trunk, trunks
◘ tub, tubby
◘ tuck
◘ tug, tug-of-war
◘ tumble, tumbler
◘ tune, attune, tuner, tuning, tuneful
◘ tunnel [ˈtʌnəl]
◘ turkey
◘ tuxedo/tux
◘ twitch

◘ uh [ʌh]
◘ ultimate, ultimately, ultimatum
◘ urban, urbanize, urbanization; suburb, suburban
◘ usher, usherette
◘ utter 1, utterly {Middle Low German uter, outer, comparative of ūt, out;} utter 2, untterance {Middle English, from Old English ūtera, outer}
◘ vain, vainly
◘ valid/ invalid, validate/ invalidate, validation/ invalidation, validity/ invalidity
◘ van 1 {Short for caravan.}/caravan/guard’s van; van 2 {Short for vanguard.}/vanguard
◘ vast, vastly
◘ vault ]1 {vɔːlt {Latin volūtus, past participle of volvere, to roll}, pole vaulting; vault 2, vaulted {Latin volvere, to turn, roll}
◘ vein, intravenous
◘ venge, vengeful, vengeance, revenge, revenge, revengeful
◘ vent, ventilate, ventilation, ventilator
◘ advent, adventure/ misadventure, adventitious, adventurous, adventuress/adventurist, adventurism; venture, venture, venturesome; circumvent [ˈædvɛnt; -vənt] {venīre, to come}
◘ verb, verbal, verbalize, verbiage, verbose, verbatim, verbatim, proverb, proverbial, adverb
◘ verse, versed, versification, version, versatile, versatility
◘ versus
◘ vest, vested, vestment
◘ via
Уу devious, deviously, deviousness
◘ vigour, vigorous, vigorously, invigorate, invigorating
◘ viol, viola, violin, violinist, violoncellist, violoncello
◘ violet [ˈvaɪəlɪt]
◘ virtue, virtuous, virtual, virtually, virtuoso, virtuosity
◘ virus ['vaɪrəs], virulent, virulence, viral ['vaɪrəl]
◘ vital [ˈvaɪtəl], vitality, vitalize, vitally, evitalize, vitamin
◘ volcano [vɒl'keɪnoʊ], volcanic
◘ volunteer [ˌvɒlənˈtɪə], volunteer, voluntary/ involuntary, volition, voluntarily
◘ vomit
◘ vow, disavow, disavowal
◘ vulnerable [ˈvʌlnərəbəl]/invulnerable, vulnerability/ invulnerabiltiy

◘ wage; wager
◘ wail, bewail
◘ ward [wɔːd], warden, warder, reward/ award, award, rewarding/ unrewarding
◘ warrant [ˈwɒrənt], warranty, warrantor, unwarranted
◘ wasp waspish waspishness
◘ wax 1/, waxed, waxen [Old Church Slavonic voskŭ, Lithuanian vãškas]; wax 2 [Gothic wahsjan; akin to waist]
◘ weary, wearing, weariness, wearisome [ˈwɪərɪ]
◘ weave/ interweave, weaving, weaver
◘ weed, weed, weeding, weedy
◘ whelm, overwhelm, overwhelming
◘ whimper
◘ whine, whiner
◘ whir(r) whirl, whirling
◘ whore [hɔː]
◘ wicked [ˈwɪkɪd] [witch]
◘ wig, wigging
◘ worm
◘ worship, worshipful, worshipper [worth + -ship]
◘ wreck, wreckage, shipwreck, shipwrecked
◘ wrench
◘ wrest; wrestle [ˈrɛsəl], wrestler, wrestling
◘ wrinkle [ˈrɪŋkəl], wrinkled

◘ yank to pull, jerk, or move with a sharp movement; tug

◘ zip/ unzip, zipper
◘ zone, zonal
◘ zoology, zoological, zoologist, zoo
◘ zoom