enm unicorne
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno unicorne Source: English Wiktionary
xno finir (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr finir Source: French Wiktionary
ga cunta
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno conte Source: English Wiktionary
ga táilliúir
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno tailour Source: English Wiktionary
xno pleisant
― FormOf ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno plesant (a) Source: French Wiktionary
enm mysterie
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno misterie Source: English Wiktionary
ga caisleán
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno castel Source: English Wiktionary
enm flask
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno flascon Source: English Wiktionary
enm vesselment
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno vesselment Source: English Wiktionary
xno en
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr en Source: French Wiktionary
en oyster
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno oistre Source: English Wiktionary
en plain
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno pleyn Source: English Wiktionary
xno nurrir (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr nourrir Source: French Wiktionary
ceb kolektor
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno collectour Source: English Wiktionary
en vine
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno vigne Source: English Wiktionary
xno cumbatre (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr combattre Source: French Wiktionary
xno brocher (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr inciter Source: French Wiktionary
enm chere
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno chere Source: English Wiktionary
enm beaute
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno beauté Source: English Wiktionary
en advance
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno avauncer Source: English Wiktionary
xno manovrer (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr construire Source: French Wiktionary
xno ymage (n)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno image Source: French Wiktionary
en reprove
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno reprover Source: English Wiktionary
enm parde
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno pardi Source: English Wiktionary
en armor
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno armure Source: English Wiktionary
en dismay
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno desmaiier Source: English Wiktionary
xno gekes
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr jusqu’ à Source: French Wiktionary
xno cunsentir (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr consentir Source: French Wiktionary
enm reysynge
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno reysin Source: English Wiktionary
fr prouver
― FormOf ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno pruver (v) Source: French Wiktionary
xno fors
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr hormis Source: French Wiktionary
xno tucher (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr toucher Source: French Wiktionary
enm venym
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno venim Source: English Wiktionary
xno primes (r)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr premier Source: French Wiktionary
xno unefoiz (r)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr fois Source: French Wiktionary
xno escondire (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr refuser Source: French Wiktionary
en treatise
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno tretiz Source: English Wiktionary
ga cuntar
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno fro Source: English Wiktionary
en relent
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno relentir Source: English Wiktionary
en patent
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno lettre patente Source: English Wiktionary
ga cabáiste
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno caboche Source: English Wiktionary
en waive
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno weyver Source: English Wiktionary
enm surete
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno seurté Source: English Wiktionary
en religion
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno religiun Source: English Wiktionary
enm gardeyn
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno guardein Source: English Wiktionary
en osprey
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno ospriet Source: English Wiktionary
xno vespree (n)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno vespre Source: French Wiktionary
en peise
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno peiser Source: English Wiktionary
ga peirsil
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno peresil Source: English Wiktionary
enm caboche
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno caboche Source: English Wiktionary
xno camel (n)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr chameau Source: French Wiktionary
en conversion
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno conversion Source: English Wiktionary
xno druerie (n)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr amour Source: French Wiktionary
xno compleint (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno compleindre Source: French Wiktionary
xno derumpre (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr rompre Source: French Wiktionary
en fig
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno figue Source: English Wiktionary
en salamander
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno salamandre Source: English Wiktionary
xno enhauncer (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr améliorer Source: French Wiktionary
fr couper
― FormOf ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno colper (v) Source: French Wiktionary
xno rumpre (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr rompre Source: French Wiktionary
xno cumander (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr commander Source: French Wiktionary
ga ospidéal
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno ospitel Source: English Wiktionary
en dolor
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno dolour Source: English Wiktionary
xno unefoiz (r)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr une Source: French Wiktionary
xno asez (r)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr assez Source: French Wiktionary
en allegiance
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno lege Source: English Wiktionary
en venomous
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno venimus Source: English Wiktionary
enm reall
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno reial Source: English Wiktionary
enm harneys
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno harneis Source: English Wiktionary
la guttera
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno guttere Source: English Wiktionary
xno nului (n)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr personne Source: French Wiktionary
enm qwayle
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno quaille Source: English Wiktionary
en coriander
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno coriandre Source: English Wiktionary
xno entreduner (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr mutuellement Source: French Wiktionary
ga artaire
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno artaire Source: English Wiktionary
enm veyne
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno veine Source: English Wiktionary
en pardie
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno pardi Source: English Wiktionary
en cony
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno conis Source: English Wiktionary
en expense
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno expense Source: English Wiktionary
en person
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno parsone Source: English Wiktionary
xno acorder (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr céder Source: French Wiktionary
xno volentiers (r)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr volontiers Source: French Wiktionary
xno hume (n)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr homme Source: French Wiktionary
xno chevalier (n)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr chevalier Source: French Wiktionary
xno egle (n)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr aigle Source: French Wiktionary
xno ke
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr que Source: French Wiktionary
en purport
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno purporter Source: English Wiktionary
xno juster (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr essayer Source: French Wiktionary
xno sole (a)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr unique Source: French Wiktionary
enm myschevous
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno meschevous Source: English Wiktionary
xno lungement (r)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr depuis Source: French Wiktionary
en pullet
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno pullet Source: English Wiktionary
xno esloignier (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr séparer Source: French Wiktionary
xno grece (n)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr graisse Source: French Wiktionary
en peridot
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno peridou Source: English Wiktionary
en chervil
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno chervele Source: English Wiktionary
enm harnes
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno harneis Source: English Wiktionary
xno parfunt (a)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fr profond Source: French Wiktionary
en heron
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno heiron Source: English Wiktionary
fr oublier
― FormOf ⟶
Weight: 1.0
xno ublier (v) Source: French Wiktionary