dentella

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[denˈteʎa]

1. feminine noun Lace (decorative cloth).

Etymology: From dent plus derivative suffix -ell and feminine suffix -a, little tooth. Cf. French dentelle.

discell

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[diʃˈkeʎ]

1. masculine noun Saucer.

Etymology: From disc plus derivative suffix -ell.

disc

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[diʃk]

1. masculine noun Dish, plate.

2. masculine noun Disk.

3. masculine noun Record (of music).

Etymology: From Latin discus.

defensa

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[deˈfensa]

1. feminine noun Defence.

Etymology: From Latin defensa.

dolorăre

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[doˈloɾəɾe]

1. intransitive verb To hurt.

Etymology: From dolor plus derivative suffix -re.

dolor

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[doˈloɾ]

1. masculine noun Pain.

Etymology: From Latin dolor.

disdeitòs

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[diʃdei̯ˈtos]

1. adjective That has lost at least one finger (but not the rest of the hand).

Etymology: From derivative prefix dis-, plus deit, plus derivative suffix -òs.

disbraçòs

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[diʃbɾaˈsos]

1. adjective One-armed.

Etymology: From derivative prefix dis-, plus braç, plus derivative suffix -òs.

dismanòs

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[diʃmaˈnos]

1. adjective One-handed.

Etymology: From derivative prefix dis-, plus , plus derivative suffix -òs.

disjambosiza

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[disjamboˈsiza]

1. feminine noun Lameness.

Etymology: From disjambòs plus derivative suffix -iza.