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Етимологија 1

From Средњи Енглески word, from Стари Енглески word, from Proto-Germanic *wurdą, from Прото-индоевропски *wr̥dʰh₁om. Doublet of verb.

Именица

word (plural words)

Examples

The word inventory may be pronounced with four syllables (/ˈɪn.vən.tɔ.ɹɪ/) or only three (/ɪnˈvɛn.tɹɪ/).

The word island is six letters long; the s has never been pronounced but was added under the influence of isle.

The word about signed in American Sign Language.
  1. Lua грешка in Модул:senseid at line 12: attempt to index field 'wikibase' (a nil value).The smallest unit of language that has a particular meaning and can be expressed by itself; the smallest discrete, meaningful unit of language. (contrast morpheme.)
    • 1897, Ouida, “The New Woman”, in An Altruist and Four Essays, page 239:
      But every word, whether written or spoken, which urges the woman to antagonism against the man, every word which is written or spoken to try and make of her a hybrid, self-contained opponent of men, makes a rift in the lute to which the world looks for its sweetest music.
    • 1986, David Barrat, Media Sociology, →ISBN, page 112:
      The word, whether written or spoken, does not look like or sound like its meaning — it does not resemble its signified. We only connect the two because we have learnt the code — language. Without such knowledge, 'Maggie' would just be a meaningless pattern of shapes or sounds.
    • 2009, Jack Fitzgerald, Viva La Evolucin, →ISBN, page 233:
      Brian and Abby signed the word clothing, in which the thumbs brush down the chest as though something is hanging there. They both spoke the word clothing. Brian then signed the word for change, []
    • 2013 јун 14, Sam Leith, “Where the profound meets the profane”, in The Guardian Weekly, volume 189, number 1, page 37:
      Swearing doesn't just mean what we now understand by "dirty words". It is entwined, in social and linguistic history, with the other sort of swearing: vows and oaths. Consider for a moment the origins of almost any word we have for bad language – "profanity", "curses", "oaths" and "swearing" itself.
    1. The smallest discrete unit of spoken language with a particular meaning, composed of one or more phonemes and one or more morphemes
      • 1894, Alex. R. Mackwen, “The Samaritan Passover”, in Littell's Living Age, volume 1, number 6:
        Then all was silent save the voice of the high priest, whose words grew louder and louder, []
      • 1898, Winston Churchill, chapter 4, in The Celebrity:
        Mr. Cooke at once began a tirade against the residents of Asquith for permitting a sandy and generally disgraceful condition of the roads. So roundly did he vituperate the inn management in particular, and with such a loud flow of words, that I trembled lest he should be heard on the veranda.
    2. The smallest discrete unit of written language with a particular meaning, composed of one or more letters or symbols and one or more morphemes
      • c. 1599–1602, William Shakespeare, “The Tragedie of Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke”, in Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies: Published According to the True Originall Copies (First Folio), London: Printed by Isaac Iaggard, and Ed[ward] Blount, published 1623, OCLC 606515358, (please specify the act number in uppercase Roman numerals):
        , act 2, scene 2:
        Polonius: What do you read, my lord?
        Hamlet: Words, words, words.
      • 2003, Jan Furman, Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon: A Casebook, →ISBN, page 194:
        The name was a confused gift of love from her father, who could not read the word but picked it out of the Bible for its visual shape, []
      • 2009, Stanislas Dehaene, Reading in the Brain: The New Science of How We Read, →ISBN:
        Well-meaning academics even introduced spelling absurdities such as the “s” in the word “island,” a misguided Renaissance attempt to restore the etymology of the [unrelated] Latin word insula.
    3. A discrete, meaningful unit of language approved by an authority or native speaker (compare non-word).
      • 1896, Israel Zangwill, Without Prejudice, page 21:
        “Ain’t! How often am I to tell you ain’t ain’t a word?”
      • 1999, Linda Greenlaw, The Hungry Ocean, Hyperion, page 11:
        Fisherwoman isn’t even a word. It’s not in the dictionary.
  2. Something like such a unit of language:
    1. A sequence of letters, characters, or sounds, considered as a discrete entity, though it does not necessarily belong to a language or have a meaning
      • 1974, Thinking Goes to School: Piaget's Theory in Practice, →ISBN, page 183:
        In still another variation, the nonsense word is presented and the teacher asks, "What sound was in the beginning of the word?" "In the middle?" and so on. The child should always respond with the phoneme; he should not use letter labels.
      • 2003, How To Do Everything with Your Tablet PC, →ISBN, page 278:
        I wrote a nonsense word, "umbalooie," in the Input Panel's Writing Pad. Input Panel converted it to "cembalos" and displayed it in the Text Preview pane.
      • 2006, Scribal Habits and Theological Influences in the Apocalypse, →ISBN, page 141:
        Here the scribe has dropped the με from καθημενος, thereby creating the nonsense word καθηνος.
      • 2013, The Cognitive Neuropsychology of Language, →ISBN, page 91:
        If M. V. has sustained impairment to a phonological output process common to reading and repetition, we might anticipate that her mispronunciations will partially reflect the underlying phonemic form of the nonsense word.
    2. (телеграфија) A unit of text equivalent to five characters and one space. [from 19th c.]
    3. (computing) A fixed-size group of bits handled as a unit by a machine (on many 16-bit machines, 16 bits or two bytes). [from 20th c.]
    4. (computer science) A finite string that is not a command or operator. [from 20th or 21st c.]
    5. (group theory) A group element, expressed as a product of group elements.
  3. The fact or act of speaking, as opposed to taking action. [from 9th c.]
    • 1811, Jane Austen, Sense and Sensibility:
      [] she believed them still so very much attached to each other, that they could not be too sedulously divided in word and deed on every occasion.
    • 2004 септембар 8, Richard Williams, The Guardian:
      As they fell apart against Austria, England badly needed someone capable of leading by word and example.
  4. (now rare outside certain phrases) Something that someone said; a comment, utterance; speech. [from 10th c.]
    • 1611, Bible, Authorized Version, Matthew XXVI.75:
      And Peter remembered the word of Jesus, which said unto him, Before the cock crow, thou shalt deny me thrice.
    • (Can we date this quote?), Alfred Tennyson, (Please provide the book title or journal name):
      She said; but at the happy word "he lives", / My father stooped, re-fathered, o'er my wound.
    • (Can we date this quote?), Charles Dickens, (Please provide the book title or journal name):
      There is only one other point on which I offer a word of remark.
    • 1945 април 1, Sebastian Haffner, The Observer:
      "The Kaiser laid down his arms at a quarter to twelve. In me, however, they have an opponent who ceases fighting only at five minutes past twelve," said Hitler some time ago. He has never spoken a truer word.
    • 2011, David Bellos, Is That a Fish in Your Ear?, Penguin_year_published=2012, page 126:
      Despite appearances to the contrary [...] dragomans stuck rigidly to their brief, which was not to translate the Sultan's words, but his word.
    • 2011, John Lehew (senior), The Encouragement of Peter, →ISBN, page 108:
      In what sense is God's Word living? No other word, whether written or spoken, has the power that the Bible has to change lives.
  5. (obsolete outside certain phrases) A watchword or rallying cry, a verbal signal (even when consisting of multiple words).
    • 1592, William Shakespeare, Richard III:
      Our ancient word of courage, fair Saint George, inspire us with the spleen of fiery dragons!
    • (Can we date this quote?), John Fletcher and William Rowley, The Maid in the Mill, published 1647, scene 3:
      I have the word : sentinel, do thou stand; []
  6. (obsolete) A proverb or motto.
    • 1499, John Skelton, The Bowge of Court:
      Among all other was wrytten in her trone / In golde letters, this worde, whiche I dyde rede: / Garder le fortune que est mauelz et bone.
    • 1599, Ben Jonson, Every Man out of His Humour:
      Let the word be 'Not without mustard'. Your crest is very rare, sir.
    • 1646, Joseph Hall, The Balm of Gilead:
      The old word is, 'What the eye views not, the heart rues not.'
  7. News; tidings (used without an article). [from 10th c.]
    Have you had any word from John yet?
  8. An order; a request or instruction; an expression of will. [from 10th c.]
    He sent word that we should strike camp before winter.
    Don't fire till I give the word
    Their mother's word was law.
  9. A promise; an oath or guarantee. [from 10th c.]
    I give you my word that I will be there on time.
    Synonym: promise
  10. A brief discussion or conversation. [from 15th c.]
    Can I have a word with you?
  11. (in the plural) See words.
    There had been words between him and the secretary about the outcome of the meeting.
  12. (theology, sometimes Word) Communication from God; the message of the Christian gospel; the Bible, Scripture. [from 10th c.]
    Her parents had lived in Botswana, spreading the word among the tribespeople.
    Synonyms: word of God, Bible
  13. (theology, sometimes Word) Logos, Christ. [from 8th c.]
    • 1526, William Tyndale, trans. Bible, John I:
      And that worde was made flesshe, and dwelt amonge vs, and we sawe the glory off yt, as the glory off the only begotten sonne off the father, which worde was full of grace, and verite.
    Synonyms: God, Logos
Корисне белешке

In English and other languages with a tradition of space-delimited writing, it is customary to treat "word" as referring to any sequence of characters delimited by spaces. However, this is not applicable to languages such as Chinese and Japanese, which are normally written without spaces, or to languages such as Vietnamese, which are written with a space between each syllable.

In computing, the size (length) of a word, while being fixed in a particular machine or processor family design, can be different in different designs, for many reasons. See Word (computing) for a full explanation.

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Глагол

word (third-person singular simple present words, present participle wording, simple past and past participle worded)

  1. (transitive) To say or write (something) using particular words; to phrase (something).
    I’m not sure how to word this letter to the council.
    Synonyms: express, phrase, put into words, state
  2. (transitive, obsolete) To flatter with words, to cajole.
    • 1607, William Shakespeare, Anthony and Cleopatra, act 5, scene 2:
      He words me, girls, he words me, that I should not / be noble to myself.
  3. (transitive) To ply or overpower with words.
    • 1621 новембар 30, James Howell, letter to Francis Bacon, from Turin:
      [] if one were to be worded to death, Italian is the fittest Language [for that task]
    • 1829 април 1, “Webster's Dictionary”, in The North American Review, volume 28, page 438:
      [] if a man were to be worded to death, or stoned to death by words, the High-Dutch were the fittest [language for that task].
  4. (transitive, rare) To conjure with a word.
    • c. 1645–1715, Robert South, Sermon on Psalm XXXIX. 9:
      Against him [] who could word heaven and earth out of nothing, and can when he pleases word them into nothing again.
    • 1994, “Liminal Postmodernisms”, in Postmodern Studies, volume 8, page 162:
      "Postcolonialism" might well be another linguistic construct, desperately begging for a referent that will never show up, simply because it never existed on its own and was literally worded into existence by the very term that pretends to be born from it.
    • 2013, Carla Mae Streeter, Foundations of Spirituality: The Human and the Holy, →ISBN, page 92:
      The being of each person is worded into existence in the Word, []
  5. (intransitive, archaic) To speak, to use words; to converse, to discourse.
    • 1818, John Keats, Hyperion:
      Thus wording timidly among the fierce: / 'O Father, I am here the simplest voice, [] '
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Interjection

word

  1. (slang, African American Vernacular) Truth, indeed, that is the truth! The shortened form of the statement "My word is my bond."
    "Yo, that movie was epic!" / "Word?" ("You speak the truth?") / "Word." ("I speak the truth.")
  2. (slang, emphatic, stereotypically, African American Vernacular) An abbreviated form of word up; a statement of the acknowledgment of fact with a hint of nonchalant approval.
    • 2004, Shannon Holmes, Never Go Home Again: A Novel, page 218:
      " [] Know what I'm sayin'?" / "Word!" the other man strongly agreed. "Let's do this — "
    • 2007, Gabe Rotter, Duck Duck Wally: A Novel, page 105:
      " [] Not bad at all, man. Worth da wait, dawg. Word." / "You liked it?" I asked dumbly, stoned still, and feeling victorious. / "Yeah, man," said Oral B. "Word up. [] "
    • 2007, Relentless Aaron, The Last Kingpin, page 34:
      " [] I mean, I don't blame you... Word! [] "

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Етимологија 2

Variant of worth (to become, turn into, grow, get), from Средњи Енглески worthen, from Стари Енглески weorþan (to turn into, become, grow), from Proto-Germanic *werþaną (to turn, turn into, become). Више на worth (verb).

Глагол

word

  1. Alternative form of worth (to become).

Анаграми


Африкански

Етимологија

From Холандски worden, from Middle Dutch werden, from Old Dutch werthan, from Proto-Germanic *werþaną.

Глагол

word (present word, present participle wordende, past participle geword)

  1. to become; to get (to change one’s state)
    Ek het ryk geword.
    I became rich.
    Ek word ryk.
    I am becoming rich.
    Sy word beter.
    She is getting better.
  2. Forms the present passive voice when followed by a past participle
    Die kat word gevoer.
    The cat is being fed.

Корисне белешке

  • The verb has an archaic preterite werd: Die kat werd gevoer. (“The cat was fed.”) In contemporary Afrikaans the perfect is used instead: Die kat is gevoer.

Холандски

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Глагол

word

  1. first-person singular present indicative of worden
  2. imperative of worden

Old English

Alternative forms

Etymology

From Proto-Germanic *wurdą.

Pronunciation

Noun

word n (nominative plural word)

  1. word
  2. speech, utterance, statement
  3. (grammar) verb
  4. news, information, rumour
  5. command, request

Declension

Derived terms

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Old Saxon

Etymology

From Proto-Germanic *wurdą.

Pronunciation

Noun

word n

  1. word

Declension



word (енглески)


Слогови: word,  мн. words


Изговор:

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Морфолошке варијације:

word, множина: words


Значења:

реч

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ВикицитатиСвето Јеванђеље по Јовану, Глава 1

1. У почетку беше Реч, и Реч беше у Бога, и Бог беше Реч.

[[|Приче 8:30]], [[|Иса. 9:6]], [[|Зах. 13:7]], [[|Филиб. 2:6]], [[|Откр. 19:13]]

ВикицитатиМатеј, глава 26

75. И опомену се Петар речи Исусове што му је рекао: Док петао не запева три пута ћеш ме се одрећи. И изашавши напоље плака горко.

[[{{{2}}}|2 Сам. 12:13]], [[{{{3}}}|Зах. 12:10]], [[{{{4}}}|2 Кор. 7:10]], [[{{{5}}}|Гал. 6:1]]

ВикицитатиПсалам 39


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1000 Most Common Words in English - Numbers 1 - 250 - Vocabulary for ESL EFL TEFL TOEFL TESL English Learners
... 48 an ... 96 down
1 the ... each 49 97 side
of 2 50 she 98 been
Rank Word Rank Word Rank |Word
48 an 96 down
1 the 49 each 97 side
2 of 50 she 98 been
3 to 51 which 99 now
4 and 52 do 100 find
5 a 53 their 101 any
6 in 54 time 102 new
7 is 55 if 103 work
8 it 56 will 104 part
9 you 57 way 105 ake
10 that 58 about 106 get
11 he 59 many 107 place
12 was 60 then 108 made
13 for 61 them 109 live
14 on 62 write 110 where
15 are 63 would 111 after
16 with 64 like 112 back
17 as 65 so 113 little
18 I 66 these 114 only
19 his 67 her 115 round
20 they 68 long 116 man
21 be 69 make 117 year
22 at 70 thing 118 came
23 one 71 see 119 show
24 have 72 him 120 every
25 this 73 two 121 good
26 from 74 has 122 me
27 or 75 look 123 give
28 had 76 more 124 our
29 by 77 day 125 under
30 hot 78 could 126 name
31 word 79 go 127 very
32 but 80 come 128 through
33 what 81 did 129 ust
34 some 82 number 130 orm
35 we 83 sound 131 sentence
36 can 84 no 132 great
37 out 85 most 133 think
38 other 86 people 134 say
39 were 87 my 135 help
40 all 88 over 136 low
41 there 89 know 137 line
42 when 90 water 138 differ
43 up 91 than 139 turn
44 use 92 call 140 cause
45 your 93 first 141 much
46 how 94 who 142 mean
47 said 95 may 143 before
Rank Word Rank Word Rank |Word
144 move 194 mother 244 press
145 right 195 world 245 close
146 boy 196 near 246 night
147 old 197 build 247 real
148 too 198 self 248 life
149 same 199 earth 249 few
150 tell 200 father 250 north
151 does 201 head
152 set 202 stand
153 three 203 own
154 want 204 page
155 air 205 should
156 well 206 country
157 also 207 found
158 play 208 answer
159 small 209 school
160 end 210 grow
161 put 211 study
162 home 212 still
163 read 213 learn
164 hand 214 plant
165 port 215 cover
166 large 216 food
167 spell 217 sun
168 add 218 four
169 even 219 between
170 land 220 state
171 here 221 keep
172 must 222 eye
173 big 223 never
174 high 224 last
175 such 225 let
176 follow 226 thought
177 act 227 city
178 why 228 tree
179 ask 229 cross
180 men 230 farm
181 change 231 hard
182 went 232 start
183 light 233 might
184 kind 234 story
185 off 235 saw
186 need 236 far
187 house 237 sea
188 picture 238 draw
189 try 239 left
190 us 240 late
191 again 241 run
192 animal 242 don't
193 point 243 while
1000 Most Common Words in English - Numbers 251 - 500 - Vocabulary for ESL EFL TEFL TOEFL TESL English Learners
Rank Word Rank Word Rank Word
251 open 297 color 343 told
252 seem 298 face 344 knew
253 together299 wood 345 pass
254 next 300 main 346 since
255 white 301 enough 347 top
256 children302 plain 348 whole
257 begin 303 girl 349 king
258 got 304 usual 350 space
259 walk 305 young 351 heard
260 example 306 ready 352 best
261 ease 307 above 353 hour
262 paper 308 ever 354 better
263 group 309 red 355 true
264 always 310 list 356 during
265 music 311 though 357 hundred
266 those 312 feel 358 five
267 both 313 talk 359 remember
268 mark 314 bird 360 step
269 often 315 soon 361 early
270 letter 316 body 362 hold
271 until 317 dog 363 west
272 mile 318 family 364 ground
273 river 319 direct 365 interest
274 car 320 pose 366 reach
275 feet 321 leave 367 fast
276 care 322 song 368 verb
277 second 323 measure 369 sing
278 book 324 door 370 listen
279 carry 325 product 371 six
280 took 326 black 372 table
281 science 327 short 373 travel
282 eat 328 numeral 374 less
283 room 329 class 375 morning
284 friend 330 wind 376 ten
285 began 331 question 377 simple
286 idea 332 happen 378 several
287 fish 333 complete 379 vowel
288 mountain 334 ship 380 toward
289 stop 335 area 381 war
290 once 336 half 382 lay
291 base 337 rock 383 against
292 hear 338 order 384 pattern
293 horse 339 fire 385 slow
294 cut 340 south 386 center
295 sure 341 problem 387 love
296 watch 342 piece 388 person
Rank Word Rank Word Rank Word
389 money 440 free 491 snow
390 serve 441 minute 492 tire
391 appear 442 strong 493 bring
392 road 443 special 494 yes
393 map 444 mind 495 distant
394 rain 445 behind 496 fill
395 rule 446 clear 497 east
396 govern 447 tail 498 paint
397 pull 448 produce 499 language
398 cold 449 fact 500 among
399 notice 450 street
400 voice 451 inch
401 unit 452 multiply
402 power 453 nothing
403 town 454 course
404 fine 455 stay
405 certain 456 wheel
406 fly 457 full
407 fall 458 force
408 lead 459 blue
409 cry 460 object
410 dark 461 decide
411 machine 462 surface
412 note 463 deep
413 wait 464 moon
414 plan 465 island
415 figure 466 foot
416 star 467 system
417 box 468 busy
418 noun 469 test
419 field 470 record
420 rest 471 boat
421 correct 472 common
422 able 473 gold
423 pound 474 possible
424 done 475 plane
425 beauty 476 stead
426 drive 477 dry
427 stood 478 wonder
428 contain 479 laugh
429 front 480 thousand
430 teach 481 ago
431 week 482 ran
432 final 483 check
433 gave 484 game
434 green 485 shape
435 oh 486 equate
436 quick 487 hot
437 develop 488 miss
438 ocean 489 brought
439 warm 490 heat


1000 Most Common Words in English - Numbers 501 - 725 - Vocabulary for ESL EFL TEFL TOEFL TESL English Learners
Rank Word Rank Word Rank Word
501 grand 547 egg 592 bear
502 ball 548 ride 593 finish
503 yet 549 cell 594 happy
504 wave 550 believe 595 hope
505 drop 551 fraction 596 flower
506 heart 552 forest 597 clothe
507 am 553 sit 598 strange
508 present 554 race 599 gone
509 heavy 555 window 600 jump
510 dance 556 store 601 baby
511 engine 557 summer 602 eight
512 position558 train 603 village
513 arm 559 sleep 604 meet
514 wide 560 prove 605 root
515 sail 561 lone 606 buy
516 material562 leg 607 raise
517 size 563 exercise 608 solve
518 vary 564 wall 609 metal
519 settle 565 catch 610 whether
520 speak 566 mount 611 push
521 weight 567 wish 612 seven
522 general 568 sky 613 paragraph
523 ice 569 board 614 third
524 matter 570 joy 615 shall
525 circle 571 winter 616 held
526 pair 572 sat 617 hair
527 include 573 written 618 describe
528 divide 574 wild 619 cook
529 syllable575 t 620 floor
530 felt 576 kept 621 either
531 perhaps 577 glass 622 result
532 pick 578 grass 623 burn
533 sudden 579 cow 624 hill
534 count 580 job 625 safe
535 square 581 edge 626 cat
536 reason 582 sign 627 century
537 length 583 visit 628 consider
538 represent 584 past 629 type
539 art 585 soft 630 law
540 subject 586 fun 631 [bit]]
541 region 587 bright 632 coast
542 energy 588 gas 633 copy
543 hunt 589 weather 634 phrase
544 probable 590 month 635 silent
545 bed 591 million 636 tall

Rank Word Rank Word Rank Word

546 brother 686 poor 736 brown
637 sand 687 lot 737 wear
638 soil 688 t 738 garden
639 roll 689 bottom] 739 equal
640 temperature 690 key 740 sent
641 finger 691 iron 741 choose
642 industry 692 single 742 fell
643 value 693 stick 743 fit
644 fight 694 flat 744 flow
645 lie 695 twenty 745 fair
646 beat 696 skin 746 bank
647 excite 697 smile 747 collect
648 natural 698 crease 748 save
649 view 699 hole 749 control
650 sense 700 trade 750 decimal
651 ear 701 melody
652 else 702 trip
653 quite 703 office
654 broke 704 receive
655 case 705 row
656 middle 706 mouth
657 kill 707 exact
658 son 708 symbol
659 lake 709 die
660 moment 710 least
661 scale 711 trouble
662 loud 712 shout
663 spring 713 except
664 observe 714 wrote
665 child 715 seed
666 straight 716 tone
667 consonant 717 join
668 nation 718 suggest
669 dictionary 719 clean
670 milk 720 break
671 speed 721 lady
672 method 722 yard
673 organ 723 rise
674 pay 724 bad
675 age 725 blow
676 section 726 oil
677 dress 727 blood
678 cloud 728 touch
679 surprise729 grew
680 quiet 730 cent
681 stone 731 mix
682 tiny 732 team
683 climb 733 wire
684 cool 734 cost
685 design 735 lost
1000 Most Common Words in English - Numbers 726 - 1000 - Vocabulary for ESL EFL TEFL TOEFL TESL English Learners
Rank Word Rank Word Rank Word
751 gentle 797 thick 842 print
752 woman 798 soldier 843 dead
753 captain 799 process 844 spot
754 practice 800 operate 845 desert
755 separate 801 guess 846 suit
756 difficult 802 necessary 847 current
757 doctor 803 sharp 848 lift
758 please 804 wing 840 rose
759 protect 805 create 850 continue
760 noon 806 neighbor 851 block
761 whose 807 wash 852 chart
762 locate 808 bat 853 hat
763 ring 809 rather 854 sell
764 character 810 crowd 855 success
765 insect 811 corn 856 company
766 caught 812 compare 857 subtract
767 period 813 poem 858 event
768 indicate 814 string 859 particular
769 radio 815 bell 860 deal
770 spoke 816 depend 961 swim
771 atom 817 meat 862 term
772 human 818 rub 863 opposite
773 history 819 tube 864 wife
774 effect 820 famous 865 shoe
775 electric 921 dollar 866 shoulder
776 expect 822 stream 867 spread
777 crop 823 fear 868 arrange
778 modern 284 sight 869 camp
779 element 825 thin 870 invent
780 hit 826 triangle 871 cotton
781 student 827 planet 872 born
782 corner 828 hurry 873 determine
783 party 829 chief 874 quart
784 supply 930 colony 875 nine
785 bone 831 clock 876 truck
786 rail 832 mine 877 noise
787 imagine 833 tie 878 level
788 provide 834 enter 879 chance
789 agree 835 major 880 gather
790 thus 836 fresh 881 shop
791 capital 837 search 882 stretch
792 won't 838 send 883 throw
793 chair 839 yellow 884 shine
794 danger 840 gun 885 property
795 fruit 841 allow 886 column


Rank Word Rank Word Rank Word
796 rich 937 win 988 speech
887 molecule 938 dream 989 nature
888 select 939 evening 990 range
889 wrong 940 condition 991 steam
890 gray 941 feed 992 motion
891 repeat 942 tool 993 path
892 require 943 total 994 liquid
893 broad 944 basic 995 log
894 prepare 945 smell 996 meant
895 salt 946 valley 997 quotient
896 nose 947 nor 998 teeth
897 plural 948 double 999 shell
898 anger 949 seat 1000 neck
899 claim 950 arrive
900 continent 951 master
901 oxygen 952 track
902 sugar 953 parent
903 death 954 shore
904 pretty 955 division
905 skill 956 sheet
906 women 957 substance
907 season 958 favor
908 solution 959 connect
909 magnet 960 post
910 silver 961 spend
911 thank 962 chord
912 branch 963 fat
913 match 964 glad
914 suffix 965 original
915 especial 966 share
916 fig 967 station
917 afraid 968 dad
918 huge 969 bread
919 sister 970 charge
920 steel 971 proper
921 discuss 972 bar
922 forward 973 offer
923 similar 974 segment
924 guide 975 slave
925 experience 976 duck
926 score 977 instant
927 apple 978 market
928 bought 979 degree
929 led 980 populate
930 pitch 981 chick
931 coat 982 dear
932 mass 983 enemy
933 card 984 reply
934 band 985 drink
935 rope 986 occur
936 slip 987 support