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caret

caret
[kar-it]

noun a mark () made in written or printed matter to show the place where something is to be inserted. Use caret in a Sentence See images of caret Search caret on the Web Origin: 170010; < Latin caret (there) is lacking or wanting, 3rd person singular present indicative of carre to be without Can be confused: carat, caret, carrot, karat. World English Dictionary caret (krt) n a symbol () used to indicate the place in written or printed matter at which something is to be inserted [C17: from Latin, literally: there is missing, from carre to lack]

osculate
osculate
Show Spelled [os-kyuh-leyt] verb (used without object) 1. to come into close contact or union. Show IPA verb, -lated, -lating.

2. Geometry . (of a curve) to touch another curve or another part of the same curve so as to have the same tangent and curvature at the point of contact. . Terjemahan Gratis Terjemahan Inggris-Indonesia online untuk teks dan halaman web Ad www.citcat.com verb (used with object) 3. to bring into close contact or union. 4. Geometry . (of a curve) to touch (another curve or another part of the same curve) in osculation. 5. to kiss.

-stan
Word Origin & History -stan "country," source of place names such as Afghanistan, Pakistan , etc., from Pers. -stan "country," from Indo-Iranian *stanam "place," lit. "where one stands," from PIE *sta-no- , from base *sta- "to stand" (see stet).

pneumonoultramicroscopicsilico volcanoconiosis
sis, nyoo-] noun Show Spelled[noo-muh-noh-uhl-truh-mahy-kruh-skop-ik-sil-i-koh-vol-key-noh-koh-nee-ohShow IPA

an obscure term ostensibly referring to a lung disease caused by silica dust, sometimes cited as one of the longest words in the English language.

Word Origin & History pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis "A facetious word alleged to mean 'a lung disease caused by the inhalation of very fine silica dust' but occurring chiefly as an instance of a very long word." [OED]

hypocorism
Show Spelled[hahy-pok-uh-riz-uh m, hi-] noun 1. a pet name. 2. the practice of using a pet name. 3. the use of forms of speech imitative of baby talk, especially by an adult. Show IPA

Did you know: You look for a Web page and it says "Error 404 Not Found." What do the numbers mean? World English Dictionary 404 (ff) n slang a stupid or ineffectual person

[C21: from the World Wide Web error message `404 Not Found']
Slang Dictionary

four-oh-four definition and 404

1. phr.
the answer to your question is unknown; the location you seek is unknown. (From the internet message: Error - 404 that is received when the internet cannot find the address you are seeking.) Q: Where's the kitchen? A: 404. You'll have to find it yourself. :

tine
Show Spelled[tahyn] noun a sharp, projecting point or prong, as of a fork. Show IPA

Also, especially British , tyne.

Origin: before 900; late Middle English tyne, Middle English tind, Old English; cognate with Old High German zint, Old Norse tindr Related forms tined, adjective World English Dictionary tine (tan) n 1. a slender prong, esp of a fork 2. any of the sharp terminal branches of a deer's antler

[Old English tind; related to Old Norse tindr, Old High German zint ]

tined adj

Did you know: Is there a word for the individual prongs of a fork ?