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What is an aludel?
What are some six letter words with 3rd letter U and 4th letter D and 5th letter E and 6th letter L?
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What actors and actresses appeared in Le sang de la vigne - 2011?
The cast of Le sang de la vigne - 2011 includes: Pierre Arditi as Benjamin Lebel Rachel Arditi as Margaux Lebel Rufus as Jounenaze Constantin Balsan as Vandel Elisabeth Barbazin as Mme Tarasco Julien Barbier as Fric Franck Beckmann as Le gendarme Philippe Beglia as Claude Nithard Jean Benguigui as Massip Marisa Berenson as Shirley Marc Bertolini as Jean Montcailloux Jeff Bigot as Lieutenant Barsac Arnaud Binard as Hugo Basler Nathalie Blanc as Gaby Alain Blazquez as Yvon Patrick Bouchitey as Baron de Castayrac Evelyne Bouix as Alice de Vonnelle Pierre Boulanger as Jonas Carlo Brandt as Jean Guillaume Ubayre Sophie Broustal as Viviane Olivia Brunaux as Murielle Granjon Gaspard Caens as Gabin Anne Caillon as Isabelle Bory Philippe Caulier as Alfred, le caviste Anne Cazenave as Masseuse Philippe Chaine as Lemoine Marc Citti as Bresse Muriel Coadou as Journaliste Roger Contebardo as Jeune chef Emilie de Preissac as Lucie Catherine Demaiffe as Mathilde Erick Deshors as Thomas Barrateau Arnaud Ducret as Cazeviel Marc Duret as Marco Ferri Olivier Dureuil as Policier accueil Julie Ferrier as Sybille Yves Ferry as Vincent Kreutzler Jacques Frantz as Philippe Nadaillac Rolland Gervet as Bergmann Isalinde Giovangigli as Elise Dufour Laurent Giroud as Policier interrogatoire Denis Grison as Patient asile Alexandre Hamidi as Virgile Chantal Joblon as Mme Max Pauline Kaufling as Laura Fabrice Larue as Didier Christem Christophe Laubion as Alain Boileau Santha Leng as Hiroshi Tanaka Bruno Lescou as Le capitaine Christophe Leve as Jeune commis Alexandra London as Jeanne Laville Christian Loustau as Le procureur Judith Magre as Mme Newman Ingrid Mareski as Fanny Yvon Martin as Fred Laurence Masliah as La naturopathe Myriam Moszko as Femme Librairie Sophie Mounicot as Emilia Claire Nebout as France Claire Nebout as France Pelletier Thierry Nenez as Macarie Moussa Oudjani as Toubib Xavier Pierre as Gendarme Julien Pillet as Jardinier Aristide Dominique Pinon as Milou Savin Christophe Querry as Chauvin Chantal Ravalec as Justine Alain Raymond as Paco Vasquez Aladin Reibel as Edgar Loewen Delphine Rich as Garance Aludel Beatrice Rosen as Victoire Didier Sauvegrain as Ferdinand Tenotier Anne Serra as Blandine Igor Skreblin as Youri Bernadette Truchot as Vieille dame journal Philippe Uchan as Commandant Lazare Alexandre Varga as Antoine Rinetti Nicolas Vaude as Baptiste Aludel Jacques Ville as Patron garage Herrade Von Meier as Elsa Kreutzler Vincent Winterhalter as Barbaroux
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What movie and television projects has Nicolas Vaude been in?
Nicolas Vaude has: Performed in "Travelling avant" in 1987. Played Jean-Patrick in "Navarro" in 1989. Played Christophe in "S.O.S. disparus" in 1990. Played Charlie in "Les amies de ma femme" in 1992. Played Lucien Leduc in "Jules Ferry" in 1993. Played Protestant in "La reine Margot" in 1994. Played Simon in "Un air si pur..." in 1997. Played Bruno Delors in "Les faux-fuyants" in 2000. Played Charles in "Madame De..." in 2001. Played Thierry Arpel in "Bon voyage" in 2003. Played Meynestrel in "Les Thibault" in 2003. Played Marc Farelle in "Diane, femme flic" in 2003. Played Laurent Maubrel in "Satan refuse du monde" in 2003. Played Paul Baudoin in "Le grand Charles" in 2006. Played Pazl Baudoin in "Le grand Charles" in 2006. Played Jean-Etienne in "Dialogue avec mon jardinier" in 2007. Played Valdo in "Le clan Pasquier" in 2007. Played Chevalier de la Luzerne in "John Adams" in 2008. Played Gauthier in "Largo Winch" in 2008. Played Henri de Montellier in "Elles et moi" in 2008. Played Gus in "La belle vie" in 2009. Played Antoine Grange in "Profilage" in 2009. Played Le cardinal de Retz in "La reine et le cardinal" in 2009. Played Gauthier in "Largo Winch II" in 2011. Played Baptiste Aludel in "Le sang de la vigne" in 2011. Played M. Brun in "Fanny" in 2013. Played M. Brun in "Marius" in 2013.
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What movie and television projects has Delphine Rich been in?
Delphine Rich has: Played Maryse in "Eurocops" in 1987. Played Catherine in "Funny Boy" in 1987. Played Sylvie Sorlin in "Tribunal" in 1989. Played Sybil Vickers in "Le masque" in 1989. Played Directrice Carita in "Lola Zipper" in 1991. Performed in "Becoming Colette" in 1991. Played La concierge in "Loulou Graffiti" in 1992. Played Sonia Sologdine in "The First Circle" in 1992. Performed in "Un vampire au paradis" in 1992. Played Isabelle Rocher in "Un commissario a Roma" in 1993. Played Mme de Verselle in "Taxi de nuit" in 1993. Played Suzanne Guidon de Repeygnac in "Priez pour nous" in 1994. Played Barbara Chapuis in "Les boeuf-carottes" in 1995. Performed in "Quatre pour un loyer" in 1995. Played Nicole Farrrail in "Tous les hommes sont menteurs" in 1996. Played Claire in "La bougeotte" in 1996. Played Florence Vernon in "Un petit grain de folie" in 1997. Played Catherine Beaujeu in "Venise est une femme" in 1998. Played Nadine Kersin in "Docteur Claire Bellac" in 2001. Played Elodie Chassagne in "Le parisien du village" in 2001. Played La juge in "Orages" in 2003. Played Lisette Arcan in "Tempo" in 2003. Played Arlette Chastaing in "Comme tout le monde" in 2006. Played Hildegarde in "Les amants de la dent blanche" in 2006. Played Madame de Rochant in "Tropiques amers" in 2007. Played Voice over in "Staline: Le tyran rouge" in 2007. Performed in "Tropiques amers" in 2007. Played Claude Pompidou in "Adieu De Gaulle adieu" in 2009. Played Garance Aludel in "Le sang de la vigne" in 2011. Played La pharmacienne in "Les jeux des nuages et de la pluie" in 2013.
What are some six letter words with 5th letter E and 6th letter L?
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 191 words with the pattern ----EL. That is, six letter words with 5th letter E and 6th letter L. In alphabetical order, they are: aludel atweel awheel barbel barrel battel beigel bethel boatel bordel borrel buffel bulbel bummel burhel burrel bushel cancel cannel carcel carpel carrel cartel carvel cautel chapel chisel compel corbel cormel cornel crenel crewel cudgel curpel damsel darnel deckel defuel dentel devvel diesel dispel djebel donzel dorsel dossel dottel drazel drivel drupel duffel eassel enamel fannel fardel farfel fennel ferrel flotel flugel fodgel funnel gennel ghazel ginnel girnel gospel gravel grovel gunnel gunsel hallel hansel harmel hassel haysel hirsel hostel housel hummel isabel isohel keffel kennel kernel kissel kittel knawel kummel lappel laurel lingel lintel lionel listel mangel mantel marcel martel marvel meazel missel morsel muchel mussel mutuel nickel nochel norsel orchel oxymel parcel parrel passel pastel pencel pensel pentel petrel pommel propel pummel pussel puzzel rammel rancel ransel ranzel rappel refeel refuel reheel ridgel rondel ronnel runnel russel samiel sardel saurel scamel seckel seidel sequel shekel sheqel shewel shovel simnel snivel solgel sorrel spinel stipel streel swivel tarcel tarsel tassel teasel teazel teckel tercel thivel thowel tinsel tolsel torsel tramel travel trowel tunnel umbrel unreel unseel vakeel varvel vennel verrel vervel vessel wadmel wannel wastel weanel weasel woosel worrel wurzel zingel
What are some six letter words with 1st letter A and 5th letter E?
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 222 words with the pattern A---E-. That is, six letter words with 1st letter A and 5th letter E. In alphabetical order, they are: abased abaser abases abated abater abates abcees abeles abided abider abides aboded abodes aboves abused abuser abuses acater acates accrew achier acider ackees acknew aculei acumen acuter acutes adages adawed addeem addies addled addles adobes adored adorer adores aeried aerier aeries aesces aether affeer affied affies affret afreet agapes agates agaves agazed agenes aggies agiler agoges agones agreed agrees aidmen aiglet aigret airier airmen airned airted aisled aisles aizles akatea akenes alated alates alayed aleyed aleyes alined aliner alines aliped alkies allees allied allies almner alpeen althea aludel alures amated amates amazed amazes ambeer ambled ambler ambles amened amices amides amines amises amoles amoret amoved amoves ampler amulet amused amuser amuses anadem ancles aneled aneles angled angler angles animes anises ankled ankles anklet anodes anoles answer anteed anthem anther antler antres anuses apemen apexes apices apnoea apodes apogee apozem apples applet appley arames arched archei archer arches arcked arcsec aredes arenes aretes argled argles argued arguer argues arider ariled arisen arises armies armlet arsier artier arties ashier ashkey ashler ashmen asides asleep atabeg atabek atokes atoned atoner atones atweel atween auklet aulder aunter auspex autoed avaled avales avider avised avises avized avizes avocet avoset avowed avower avoyer avyzed avyzes awaked awaken awakes awarer awayes awheel awnier awoken axemen axised axises axites axones axseed ayries azalea azides azines azoles azoted azotes azures azymes
What 6 letter words 4th letter d and 5th letter e?
abided, abider, abides, aboded, abodes, aludel, amides, anadem, anodes, arider, asides, aulder, azides, badder, balded, balder, banded, bander, barded, bardes, beaded, beader, bedded, bedder, bended, bendee, bender, bidden, bidder, binder, birded, birder, bladed, blader, blades, bolder, bonded, bonder, bordel, border, bredes, brides, budded, budder, burden, carded, carder, caudex, cheder, chided, chider, chides, cinder, codded, codder, colder, corded, corder, cruder, crudes, curded, dander, deaden, deader, deeded, diadem, diodes, dodder, elided, elides, elodea, eluded, eluder, eludes, emydes, epodes, eroded, erodes, etudes, evaded, evader, evades, exuded, exudes, farded, fardel, feeder, fended, fender, feuded, finder, fodder, folded, folder, fonded, fonder, forded, funded, funder, gadded, gadder, gander, garden, gelded, gelder, gender, geodes, gilded, gilder, girded, girder, glades, gledes, glided, glider, glides, goaded, godded, golden, golder, graded, grader, grades, grided, grides, guided, guider, guides, gulden, handed, hander, harden, harder, headed, header, heeded, heeder, herded, herder, heydey, hidden, hinder, hodden, hoiden, holden, holder, hooded, horded, hordes, hoyden, ibidem, imides, irades, irides, judder, kidded, kidder, kinder, ladder, landed, lander, larded, larder, lauded, lauder, leaded, leaden, leader, lender, leudes, lewder, lidded, lieder, linden, loaded, loader, loided, lorded, louden, louder, madded, madden, madder, maiden, melded, melder, mended, mender, midden, milded, milden, milder, mildew, minded, minder, molded, molder, mondes, mudded, mudder, murder, needed, needer, nodded, nodder, oxides, padded, padder, pander, pardee, pended, pinder, podded, polder, ponded, ponder, powder, prided, prides, prudes, radded, raided, raider, reader, redded, redden, redder, reeded, rended, render, ridded, ridden, ridder, rinded, roadeo, rodded, rondel, rudder, sadden, sadder, sanded, sander, seeded, seeder, seidel, sended, sender, shaded, shader, shades, slider, slides, snider, sodded, sodden, solder, sonder, sondes, spaded, spader, spades, spider, spodes, stades, subdeb, sudden, sueded, suedes, sunder, sundew, swedes, syndet, tandem, tedded, tedder, tended, tender, tildes, tinder, traded, trader, trades, tsades, vended, vendee, vender, voided, voider, wadded, wadder, wander, warded, warden, warder, wedded, wedder, weeded, weeder, welded, welder, wended, widder, wilded, wilder, winded, winder, woaded, wonder, wooded, wooden, worded, yarded, yarder, yonder, zander 315 words found.
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What words can you make with the letters p a r r l e l h e d h u?
2-letter words ad, ae, ah, al, ar, da, de, eh, el, er, ha, he, la, pa, pe, re, uh, up 3-letter words ale, all, alp, ape, are, dah, dal, dap, dee, del, due, dup, ear, eau, edh, eel, eld, ell, era, ere, err, had, hae, hah, hap, heh, hep, her, hue, huh, hup, lad, lap, lar, lea, led, lee, leu, pad, pah, pal, par, pea, ped, pee, peh, per, pud, pul, pur, rad, rah, rap, red, ree, rep, rue, urd 4-letter words alee, aped, aper, auld, dahl, dale, dare, deal, dear, deep, deer, dele, dell, dere, dhal, dree, dual, duel, dull, dupe, dura, dure, durr, earl, epha, hade, haed, hale, hall, hard, hare, harl, harp, haul, head, heal, heap, hear, heed, heel, held, hell, help, herd, here, herl, hued, hula, hull, hurl, lade, lard, laud, lead, leal, leap, lear, leer, lehr, leud, lude, lure, pale, pall, pard, pare, parr, peal, pear, peel, peer, pele, plea, pled, prau, pree, pula, pule, pull, pure, purl, purr, rale, rape, rare, read, real, reap, rear, rede, reed, reel, rhea, rude, rued, ruer, rule, urea 5-letter words ahull, alder, aleph, darer, drape, drear, drupe, duper, duple, dural, durra, eared, elder, elude, ephah, erred, haled, haler, hared, heard, heder, lader, ladle, lapel, laree, lehua, leper, lured, lurer, padle, padre, paled, paler, pared, parer, pareu, parle, pearl, pedal, perdu, perea, plead, prahu, preed, prude, puled, puler, purda, puree, purer, ralph, raped, raper, raphe, rared, repel, ruder, ruled, ruler, rupee, rural, urare, ureal 6-letter words adhere, allude, allure, aludel, aulder, dealer, dearer, draper, dueler, duller, eluder, haleru, harder, harped, harper, hauled, hauler, header, healed, healer, heaped, hearer, helled, heller, helped, helper, herald, herder, hulled, huller, hurdle, hurled, hurler, hurrah, ladler, larder, larrup, lauder, laurel, leader, leaped, leaper, palled, pardee, parled, parred, parrel, parure, pealed, pedlar, pedler, perdue, pleura, plural, pulled, puller, purdah, pureed, purled, purred, reader, realer, reaped, reaper, reared, redear, rehear, repeal, repled, reread, rhaphe, upheld, uprear 7-letter words adherer, allured, allurer, dueller, ephedra, hurdler, lapeled, pearled, pearler, perdure, pleader, pleurae, pleural, prelude, ralphed, reheard, replead, ruderal 8-letter words hurrahed, larruped, laureled, preluder, upreared 333 words found.
What are some words that start with A and end with L?
Words that start with A and end with L: aal. aasvogel. abacterial. abapical. abaxial. abbatial. abdominal. aberrational. abettal. abigail. abiological. abnormal. aboil. abomasal. aboral. aboriginal. abseil. abstractional. abuttal. abysmal. abyssal. academical. acaricidal. acaudal. accentual. accessional. accessorial. accidental. accommodational. accrual. acculturational. accusal. acetal. acetoxyl. acetyl. achenial. acidophil. acoustical. acquisitional. acquittal. acromial. acropetal. acrosomal. acrostical. actinal. actual. actuarial. acyl. adagial. adaptational. adaxial. additional. adenohypophyseal. adenohypophysial. adenoidal. adenoviral. adenyl. adhesional. adjectival. adjustmental. admiral. adnexal. adrenal. adrenocortical. adumbral. adventitial. adverbial. adversarial. advertorial. aecial. aecidial. aerial. aerobiological. aerodynamical. aerofoil. aerogel. aeromedical. aeronautical. aeronomical. aerosol. aesthetical. aestival. affectional. affinal. affixal. affixial. afoul. agential. aggregational. agitational. agnail. agonal. agrestal. agrichemical. agricultural. agrochemical. ahistorical. ahull. aidful. ail. aimful. ainsell. airfoil. airmail. al. al. anyl. albinal. alchemical. alchemistical. alcohol. aldol. algal. algicidal. algological. alkaloidal. alkyl. all. allegorical. allheal. allodial. allopurinol. alluvial. allyl. alodial. alogical. alphabetical. alphanumerical. alphyl. altitudinal. altricial. aludel. amatol. ambassadorial. ambisexual. ambrosial. ambul. acral. amidol. ammonal. ammoniacal. amobarbital. amoral. amphitheatrical. amphoral. ampul. amygdaloidal. amyl. anagogical. anagrammatical. anal. analogical. analytical. anarchical. anatomical. ancestral. anconal. anconeal. anecdotal. anecdotical. anethol. aneurysmal. angel. angelical. anginal. anil. animal. annal. anneal. annexational. annual. annul. anodal. antechapel. antenatal. antennal. antenuptial. antheral. antheridial. anthill. anthological. anthropical. anthropological. antialcohol. antibacterial. anticholesterol. anticl. assical. anticlerical. anticlimactical. anticlinal. anticolonial. anticommercial. anticonventional. anticultural. antidiarrheal. antidotal. antieducational. antifungal. antihierarchical. antihistorical. antihomosexual. antiliberal. antilogical. antimal. arial. antimetaphysical. antimicrobial. antimonarchical. antimonial. antimusical. antinational. antinatural. antinodal. antinovel. antipapal. antiparallel. antipersonnel. antiphonal. antipill. antipodal. antipolitical. antiradical. antirational. antiroll. antisentimental. antisexual. antisocial. antitechnological. antitheoretical. antithetical. antitraditional. antitumoral. antiviral. antral. anural. anvil. aortal. apartmental. aphrodisiacal. apical. apicultural. apneal. apnoeal. apocalyptical. apocryphal. apodal. apogeal. apolitical. apologal. apophyseal. apostil. apothecial. appal. appall. apparel. apparitional. appeal. appel. appositional. appraisal. approval. apsidal. apteral. aptitudinal. aquacultural. aquarial. arbitral. arbitrational. arboreal. arboricultural. archaeal. archaeological. archangel. archducal. archegonial. archeological. archesporial. archetypal. archetypical. archidiaconal. archiepiscopal. archil. architectural. archival. areal. argal. argental. argil. argol. argyll. ariel. aril. arithmetical. armful. armigeral. armorial. armsful. arousal. arrayal. arrhizal. arrival. arsenal. arsenical. artal. artel. arterial. artful. artifactual. artificial. artiodactyl. artisanal. arval. aryl. ascensional. ascetical. asexual. ashfall. asocial. aspectual. aspherical. asphodel. aspirational. assail. associational. assoil. assonantal. asternal. asteroidal. astragal. astral. astrological. astronautical. astronomical. astrophysical. aswirl. asymmetrical. atabal. atemporal. atheistical. atheoretical. atl. atl. atoll. atomical. atonal. atrial. attentional. attitudinal. attributional. attritional. atypical. auctorial. audial. audiological. audiovisual. augural. aural. auroral. austral. autarchical. autarkical. autecological. authorial. autobiographical. autocratical. autosomal. autumnal. avail. aventail. avifaunal. avocational. avowal. awful. awhirl. awl. awol. axal. axel. axial. axil. axiological. axisymmetrical. axolotl. axonal. axonemal. azimuthal. azonal.
Asked in Scrabble
What words starting with the letter A has the letter l?
2-letter words al 3-letter words aal, ala, alb, ale, all, alp, als, alt 4-letter words aals, alae, alan, alar, alas, alba, albs, alec, alee, alef, ales, alfa, alga, alif, alit, alky, alls, ally, alma, alme, alms, aloe, alow, alps, also, alto, alts, alum 5-letter words aalii, alack, alamo, aland, alane, alang, alans, alant, alarm, alary, alate, albas, album, alcid, alder, aldol, alecs, alefs, aleph, alert, alfas, algae, algal, algas, algid, algin, algor, algum, alias, alibi, alien, alifs, align, alike, aline, alist, alive, aliya, alkyd, alkyl, allay, alley, allod, allot, allow, alloy, allyl, almah, almas, almeh, almes, almud, almug, aloes, aloft, aloha, aloin, alone, along, aloof, aloud, alpha, altar, alter, altho, altos, alula, alums, alway 6-letter words aaliis, alamos, alands, alanin, alants, alanyl, alarms, alarum, alaska, alated, alates, albata, albedo, albeit, albino, albite, albums, alcade, alcaic, alcids, alcove, alders, aldols, aldose, aldrin, alegar, alephs, alerts, alevin, alexia, alexin, alfaki, algins, algoid, algors, algums, alibis, alible, alidad, aliens, alight, aligns, alined, aliner, alines, aliped, aliyah, aliyas, aliyos, aliyot, alkali, alkane, alkene, alkies, alkine, alkoxy, alkyds, alkyls, alkyne, allays, allege, allele, alleys, allied, allies, allium, allods, allots, allows, alloys, allude, allure, allyls, almahs, almehs, almner, almond, almost, almuce, almude, almuds, almugs, alnico, alodia, alohas, aloins, alpaca, alphas, alphyl, alpine, alsike, altars, alters, althea, aludel, alulae, alular, alumin, alumna, alumni, alvine, always 7-letter words alameda, alamode, alanine, alanins, alanyls, alarmed, alarums, alaskas, alastor, alation, albatas, albedos, albinal, albinic, albinos, albites, albitic, albizia, albumen, albumin, alcades, alcaics, alcaide, alcalde, alcayde, alcazar, alchemy, alchymy, alcohol, alcoved, alcoves, aldoses, aldrins, alegars, alembic, alencon, alerted, alerter, alertly, aleuron, alevins, alewife, alexias, alexine, alexins, alfakis, alfalfa, alfaqui, alforja, algebra, aliases, alibied, alibies, alidade, alidads, aliened, alienee, aliener, alienly, alienor, aliform, alights, aligned, aligner, aliment, alimony, aliners, alining, alipeds, aliquot, aliunde, aliyahs, alkalic, alkalin, alkalis, alkanes, alkanet, alkenes, alkines, alkylic, alkynes, allayed, allayer, alleged, alleger, alleges, allegro, alleles, allelic, allergy, allheal, allicin, alliums, allobar, allodia, allonge, allonym, allover, allowed, alloxan, alloyed, allseed, alluded, alludes, allured, allurer, allures, alluvia, allying, allylic, almanac, almemar, almners, almonds, almoner, almonry, almsman, almsmen, almuces, almudes, alodial, alodium, aloetic, aloofly, alpacas, alphorn, alphyls, alpines, already, alright, alsikes, altered, alterer, althaea, altheas, althorn, altoist, aludels, alumina, alumine, alumins, alumnae, alumnus, alunite, alveoli, alyssum 8-letter words alacrity, alamedas, alamodes, alanines, alarming, alarmism, alarmist, alarumed, alastors, alations, albacore, albedoes, albicore, albinism, albizias, albizzia, albumens, albumins, albumose, alburnum, alcahest, alcaides, alcaldes, alcaydes, alcazars, alchemic, alcidine, alcohols, aldehyde, alderfly, alderman, aldermen, aldolase, aleatory, alehouse, alembics, alencons, alertest, alerting, aleurone, aleurons, alewives, alexines, alfalfas, alfaquin, alfaquis, alforjas, alfresco, algaroba, algebras, algerine, algicide, algidity, alginate, algology, algorism, alibiing, alidades, alienage, alienate, alienees, alieners, aliening, alienism, alienist, alienors, alighted, aligners, aligning, aliments, aliquant, aliquots, alizarin, alkahest, alkalies, alkalify, alkaline, alkalise, alkalize, alkaloid, alkanets, alkylate, allanite, allayers, allaying, allegers, alleging, allegory, allegros, allelism, alleluia, allergen, allergic, allergin, alleyway, allheals, alliable, alliance, allicins, allobars, allocate, allodial, allodium, allogamy, allonges, allonyms, allopath, allotted, allottee, allotter, allotype, allotypy, allovers, allowing, alloxans, alloying, allseeds, allspice, alluding, allurers, alluring, allusion, allusive, alluvial, alluvion, alluvium, almagest, almanacs, almemars, almighty, almoners, alnicoes, alogical, alopecia, alopecic, alphabet, alphorns, alphosis, alpinely, alpinism, alpinist, alterant, alterers, altering, althaeas, althorns, although, altitude, altoists, altruism, altruist, aluminas, alumines, aluminic, aluminum, alumroot, alunites, alveolar, alveolus, alyssums
What are some six letter words for A?
aahing, aaliis, aarrgh, abacas, abacus, abakas, abamps, abased, abaser, abases, abasia, abated, abater, abates, abatis, abator, abayas, abbacy, abbess, abbeys, abbots, abduce, abduct, abeles, abhors, abided, abider, abides, abject, abjure, ablate, ablaut, ablaze, ablest, ablins, abloom, ablush, abmhos, aboard, aboded, abodes, abohms, abolla, abomas, aboral, aborts, abound, aboves, abrade, abroad, abrupt, abseil, absent, absorb, absurd, abulia, abulic, abused, abuser, abuses, abvolt, abwatt, abying, abysms, acacia, acajou, acarid, acarus, accede, accent, accept, access, accord, accost, accrue, accuse, acedia, acetal, acetic, acetin, acetum, acetyl, achene, achier, aching, acidic, acidly, acinar, acinic, acinus, ackees, acnode, acorns, acquit, across, acting, actins, action, active, actors, actual, acuate, acuity, aculei, acumen, acuter, acutes, adages, adagio, adapts, addend, adders, addict, adding, addled, addles, adduce, adduct, adeems, adenyl, adepts, adhere, adieus, adieux, adipic, 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Who are some unrecognized inventors?
A Vitaly Mikhaylovich Abalakov, (1906-1986), Russia - camming devices, Abalakov thread (or V-thread) gearless ice climbing anchor. Hovannes Adamian, (1879-1932), Armenia/Russia - tricolor principle of the color television Robert Adler, (1913-2007), Austria/United States - wireless remote control Turhan Alçelik (c. 2006), Turkey - non-glaring headlamp Rostislav Alexeyev, (1916-1980) , Russia - Ekranoplan. Mary Anderson, (1866-1953), United States - windshield wiper blade Nicolas Appert, (1749-1841), France - canning (airtight food preservation) Archimedes, (c. 287-212 BC), Greece - Archimedes' screw Ami Argand, (1750-1803), France - Argand lamp Edwin H. Armstrong,(1890-1954), U.S. - FM radio William George Armstrong, (1810-1900), UK - hydraulic crane Neil Arnott, (1788-1874), UK - waterbed Lev Artsimovich, (1909-1973), Russia - Tokamak Al-Ashraf, (fl. 1282-1296), Yemen - dry compass Joseph Aspdin, (1788-1855), England - Portland cement John Vincent Atanasoff, (1903-1995), United States - modern programmable computer  B Charles Babbage, (1791-1871), UK - analytical engine (semi-automatic computer) Roger Bacon, (1214-1292), England - magnifying glass Leo Baekeland, (1863-1944), Belgian-American - Velox photographic paper and Bakelite Ralph H. Baer, (1922-), German born American - video game console Abd al-Latif al-Baghdadi, (1162-1231), Iraq/Egypt - ventilator John Logie Baird, (1888-1946), Scotland - an electromechanical television Ibn al-Baitar, (d. 1248), Islamic Spain - three hundred drugs and foods, cancer therapy, pharmacotherapy, Hindiba, pharmacopoeia Abi Bakr of Isfahan, (c. 1235), Persia - mechanical geared astrolabe with lunisolar calendar analog computer Donat Banki, (1859-1922), Hungary - inventor of the carburetor John Bardeen, (1908-1991), U.S. - co-inventor of the transistor Anthony R. Barringer Canadian - American - INPUT (Induced Pulse Transient) airborne electromagnetic system Earl W. Bascom, (1906-1995), Canada and United States - side-delivery rodeo chute, hornless rodeo saddle, rodeo bareback rigging, rodeo chaps Ibn Bassal, (fl. 1038-1075), Islamic Spain - flywheel, flywheel-driven noria, flywheel-driven saqiya chain pump Muhammad ibn Jābir al-Harrānī al-Battānī (Albatenius), (853-929), Syria/Turkey - observation tube Eugen Baumann, (1846-1896), Germany - PVC Trevor Baylis, (1937-), UK - a wind-up radio Francis Beaufort, (1774-1857), France - Beaufort scale Arnold O. Beckman, (1900-2004), U.S. - pH meter Ulugh Beg, 1394-1449, |Persia - Fakhri sextant, mural sextant Alexander Graham Bell, (1847-1922), Canada, Scotland, and U.S. - telephone Karl Benz, (1844-1929), Germany - the petrol-powered automobile Emile Berliner, (1851-1929), Germany and U.S. - the disc record gramophone Tim Berners-Lee, (1955-), UK - with Robert Cailliau, the World Wide Web Abu Mansoor Nizar al-Aziz Billah, (955-996), Egypt - airmail, homing pigeon Bi Sheng (Chinese: 畢昇), (ca. 990-1051), China - clay movable type printing Laszlo Biro, (1899-1985), Hungary - modern ballpoint pen Clarence Birdseye, (1886-1956), U.S. - frozen food process Abū Rayhān al-Bīrūnī, (973-1048), Persia - mechanical geared lunisolar calendar analog computer, fixed-wired knowledge processing machine, conical measure, laboratory flask, Orthographical astrolabe, hodometer, pycnometer J. Stuart Blackton, (1875-1941), U.S. - stop-motion film Otto Blathy (1860-1939), Hungary - co-inventor of the transformer, wattmeter, alternating current (AC) and turbogenerator Katharine B. Blodgett, (1898-1979), UK - nonreflective glass Nils Bohlin, (1920-2002), Sweden - the three-point seat belt Joseph-Armand Bombardier, (1907-1964), Canada - snowmobile Jagdish Chandra Bose, (1858 -1937), India - Crescograph Robert W. Bower, (1936-), U.S. - self-aligned-gate MOSFET Seth Boyden, (1788-1870), U.S. - nail-making machine Walter Houser Brattain, (1902-1987), U.S. - co-inventor of the transistor Louis Braille, (1809-1852), France - the Braille writing system Karl Ferdinand Braun, (1850-1918), Germany - cathode-ray tube oscilloscope Harry Brearley, (1871-1948), UK - stainless steel Sergey Brin, (1973-), Russia/U.S. - with Larry Page invented Google web search engine Rachel Fuller Brown, (1898-1980), U.S., Nystatin, the world's first antifungal antibiotic John Moses Browning, (1855-1926), U.S. - automatic handgun Maria Christina Bruhn, (1732-1802) Edwin Beard Budding, (1795-1846), UK - lawnmower Corliss Orville Burandt, U.S. - Variable valve timing  C Robert Cailliau, (1947 -), Belgium - with Tim Berners-Lee, the World Wide Web C`ai Lun, 蔡倫 (50 AD - 121), China - paper Marvin Camras, (1916 - 1995), U.S. - magnetic recording Chester Carlson, (1906 - 1968), U.S. - Xerography Wallace Carothers, (1896 - 1937), U.S. - Nylon Hezarfen Ahmet Celebi, (fl. 1630-1632), long-distance flight, artificial wings Lagari Hasan Çelebi, (fl. 1633-1640), Turkey - manned rocket, artificially-powered aircraft, rocket aircraft Joseph Constantine Carpue, (1764 - 1846), France - rhinoplastic surgery George Cayley, (1773 - 1857), (UK) - glider, tension-spoke wheels, Caterpillar track Roxey Ann Caplin, (1793 - 1888) - Corsets Adriano Cavalcanti, (1971 -), Australia - hardware architecture for nanorobots Dennis Charter,   (1952 -), Australia - secure electronic payment system for internet PaySafe Adrian Chernoff, (1971 -), U.S. - GM Autonomy, GM Hy-wire, Rubber Bandits Evgeniy Chertovsky, Russia - Pressure suit Niels Christensen (1865 - 1952), U.S. - O-ring Samuel Hunter Christie, (1784 - 1865), UK - Wheatstone bridge Juan de la Cierva, (1895 - 1936), Spain - the autogyro Alexandru Ciurcu, (1854 - 1922), Romania - Reaction engine Georges Claude, (1870 - 1960), France - neon lamp Henri Coandă, (1886 - 1972), Romania - Jet engine Josephine Cochrane, (1839 - 1913), U.S. - dishwasher Christopher Cockerell, (1910 - 1999), UK - Hovercraft Aeneas Coffey, (1780 - 1852), Ireland - heat exchanger, Coffey still Samuel Colt, (1814 - 1862), U.S. - Revolver George Constantinescu, (1881 - 1965), Romania - Interrupter gear Lloyd Groff Copeman, (1865 - 1956), U.S. - Electric stove Cornelis Corneliszoon, (1550 - 1607), The Netherlands - sawmill Jacques Cousteau, (1910 - 1997), France - co-inventor of the aqualung and the Nikonos underwater camera Thomas Crapper, (1836 - 1910), England - plumber. Bartolomeo Cristofori, (1655 - 1731), Italy - piano János Csonka, (1852 - 1939), Hungary - co-inventor of carburetor Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot, (1725 - 1804), France - first steam-powered road vehicle William Cumberland Cruikshank, (1745 - 1800), UK - chlorinated water William Cullen, (1710 - 1790), UK - first artificial refrigerator Glenn Curtiss, (1878 - 1930), U.S. - ailerons  D Gustaf Dalén, (1869-1937), Sweden - AGA cooker; Dalén light; Agamassan Salvino D'Armate, (?-?), Italy - credited for inventing eyeglasses in 1284 Jacob Davis, (1868-1908), U.S. - riveted jeans Edmund Davy, (1785-1857), Ireland - acetylene Humphry Davy, (1778-1829), UK - Davy miners lamp Joseph Day, (1855-1946), UK - the crankcase-compression two-stroke engine Lee DeForest, (1873-1961), U.S. - triode Miksa Deri (1854-1938), Hungary - co-inventor of an improved closed-core transformer James Dewar, (1842-1923), UK - Thermos flask William Kennedy Laurie Dickson, (1860-1935), UK - motion picture camera Philip Diehl, (1847-1913), U.S. - Ceiling fan, electric sewing machine Rudolf Diesel, (1858-1913), Germany - Diesel engine Taqi al-Din, (1526-1585), Syria/Egypt/Turkey - steam turbine, smoke jack, six-cylinder 'Monobloc' suction pump, mechanical alarm clock, spring-powered pocket watch measured in minutes, spring-powered astronomical clock measured in minutes and seconds, framed sextant Al-Dinawari, (828-896), Persia - more than a hundred plant drugs William H. Dobelle, (1943-2004), United States - first functioning artificial eye Bryan Donkin, (1768-1855), UK - print industry composition roller Hub van Doorne, (1900-1979), Netherlands, Variomatic continuously variable transmission Anastase Dragomir, (1896-1966), Romania - Ejection seat Karl Drais, (1785-1851), Germany - dandy horse (Draisine) Cornelius Drebbel, (1572-1633), The Netherlands - first navigable submarine Richard Drew, (1899-1980), U.S. - Masking tape John Boyd Dunlop, (1840-1921) UK - first practical pneumatic tyre James Dyson, (1947- ) UK - Dual Cyclone bagless vacuum cleaner, incorporating the principles of cyclonic separation.  E George Eastman, (1854-1932), U.S. - roll film Thomas Edison, (1847-1931), U.S. - phonograph, commercially practical light bulb, motion picture projector, stock ticker, etc Willem Einthoven, (1860-1927), The Netherlands - the electrocardiogram Rune Elmqvist, (1857-1924), Sweden - implantable pacemaker Douglas Engelbart, (1925-), U.S. - the computer mouse  John Ericsson, (1803-1889), Sweden - the two screw-propeller Lars Magnus Ericsson, (1846-1926), Sweden - the handheld micro telephone Ole Evinrude, (1877-1934), Norway - outboard motor  F Samuel Face, (1923-2001), U.S. - concrete flatness/levelness technology; Lightning Switch Michael Faraday, (1791-1867), England - electric transformer Johann Maria Farina, (1685-1766), Germany; Eau de Cologne Philo Farnsworth, (1906-1971), U.S. - electronic television Muhammad al-Fazari, (d. 796/806), Iraq or Persia - brass astrolabe Svyatoslav Fyodorov, (1927-2000), Russia - radial keratotomy James Fergason, (1934-), U.S. - improved liquid crystal display Enrico Fermi, (1901-1954), Italy - nuclear reactor Humberto Fernández Morán, (1924-1999), Venezuela - Diamond scalpel, Ultra microtome Reginald Fessenden, (1866-1932), Canada - two-way radio Adolf Eugen Fick, (1829-1901), Germany - contact lens Fatima al-Fihri, (c. 859), Tunisia/Morocco - university Abbas Ibn Firnas (Armen Firman), (810-887), Islamic Spain - eye glasses, parachute, hang glider, artificial wings, controlled flight, watch, fused quartz and silica glass, artificial thunder and lightning, metronome Artur Fischer, (1919-) Germany - fasteners including fischertechnik. Gerhard Fischer, Germany/U.S. - hand-held metal detector Alexander Fleming, (1881-1955), Scotland - penicillin John Ambrose Fleming, (1848-1945), England - vacuum diode Sandford Fleming, (1827-1915), Canada - Universal Standard Time Tommy Flowers, (1905-1998), England - Colossus an early electronic computer. Jean Bernard Léon Foucault, (1819-1868), France - Foucault pendulum, gyroscope, eddy current Benoît Fourneyron, (1802-1867), France - water turbine John Fowler, (1826-1864), England - steam-driven ploughing engine Benjamin Franklin, (1706-1790), U.S. - the pointed lightning rod conductor, bifocal glasses, the Franklin stove, the glass harmonica Augustin-Jean Fresnel, (1788-1827), France - Fresnel lens William Friese-Greene, (1855-1921), England - cinematography Buckminster Fuller, (1895-1983), U.S. - geodesic dome  G Dennis Gabor, (1900-1979), Hungary - holography Boris Borisovich Galitzine, (1862-1916), Russia - Electromagnetic seismograph. Elmer R. Gates, (1859-1923), USA - foam fire extinguisher, electric loom mechanisms, magnetic & diamagnetic separators, educational toy ("box & blocks") Richard J. Gatling, (1818-1903), U.S. - wheat drill, first successful machine gun Hans Wilhelm Geiger, (1882-1945), Germany - Geiger counter Henri Giffard, (1825-1882), France - powered airship, injector Heinrich Göbel, (1818-1893), Germany - first functional incandescent lamp Leonid Gobyato, (1875-1915), Russia - first modern man-portable mortar Robert Goddard, (1882-1945), U.S. - liquid fuel rocket Peter Carl Goldmark, (1906-1977), Hungary - vinyl record (LP), CBS color television Charles Goodyear, (1800-1860), U.S. - vulcanization of rubber Gordon Gould, (1920-2005), U.S. - co-inventor of laser Richard Hall Gower, (1768-1833), England - ship's hull and rigging Bette Nesmith Graham, (1924-1980), U.S. - Liquid Paper James Henry Greathead, (1844-1896), South Africa - tunnel boring machine, tunnelling shield technique Chester Greenwood, (1858-1937), U.S. - thermal earmuffs James Gregory, (1638-1675), Scotland - Gregorian telescope William Robert Grove, (1811-1896), Wales - fuel cell Otto von Guericke, (1602-1686), Germany - vacuum pump, manometer, dasymeter Hakan Gürsu, (c. 2007), Turkey - Volitan Johann Gutenberg, (c. 1390s-1468), Germany - movable type printing press Samuel Guthrie, (1782-1848), U.S. - discovered chloroform  H John Hadley, (1682-1744), England - Octant Waldemar Haffkine, (1860-1930), Russia/Switzerland - first anti-cholera and anti-plague vaccines Tracy Hall, (1919-2008 ), U.S. - synthetic diamond Christopher Hansteen, (1783-1873), Norway - discovery of terrestrial magnetism James Hargreaves, (1720-1778), England - spinning jenny John Harrison, (1693-1776), England - marine chronometer Victor Hasselblad, (1906-1978), Sweden - invented the 6 x 6 cm single-lens reflex camera Ibn al-Haytham (Alhazen), (965-1039), Iraq - camera obscura, pinhole camera, magnifying glass, concave and convex mirrors, spherical mirror Robert A. Heinlein, (1907-1988), U.S. - waterbed Jozef Karol Hell, (1713-1789), Slovakia - the water pillar Rudolf Hell, (1901-2002), Germany - the Hellschreiber Joseph Henry, (1797-1878), Scotland/U.S. - electromagnetic relay Heron, (c. 10-70), Roman Egypt - aeolipile Heinrich Hertz, (1857-1894), Germany - radio telegraphy, electromagnetic radiation George de Hevesy, (1885-1966), Hungary - radioactive tracer Rowland Hill, (1795-1879), UK - postage stamp Felix Hoffmann (Bayer), (1868-1949), Germany - Aspirin Herman Hollerith, (1860-1929), U.S. - recording data on a machine readable medium, tabulator, punched cards Nick Holonyak, (1928- ), U.S. - LED (Light Emitting Diode) Robert Hooke, (1635-1703), England - balance wheel, iris diaphragm Erna Schneider Hoover, (1926-), U.S. - computerized telephone switching system Frank Hornby, (1863-1936), England - invented Meccano Coenraad Johannes van Houten, (1801-1887), Netherlands - cocoa powder, cacao butter, chocolate milk Elias Howe, (1819-1867), U.S. - sewing machine Muhammad Husayn, (fl. 1600s), Persia - cartographic Qibla indicator with sundial and compass Christiaan Huygens, (1629-1695), Netherlands - pendulum clock John Wesley Hyatt, (1837-1920), U.S. - celluloid manufacturing  I Ibn Yunus, (950-1009), Egypt - pendulum Sumio Iijima, (1939- ), Japan - nanotubes Gavriil Ilizarov, (1921-1992), Russia - Ilizarov apparatus and distraction osteogenesis. János Irinyi, (1817-1895), Hungary - noiseless match  J Jabir ibn Aflah (Geber), (c. 1100-1150), Islamic Spain - portable celestial globe Jabir ibn Hayyan (Geber), (c. 721-815), Yemen/Persia - pure distillation, calcination, crystallization, filtration, liquefaction, purification, alembic, still, retort, mineral acids, nitric and sulfuric acids, uric and hydrochloric acids, aqua regia, alum, alkali, borax, pure sal ammoniac, lead carbonatic, arsenic, antimony, bismuth, pure mercury and sulfur, plated mail, artificial pearl and gemstone, lusterware Karl Jatho, (1873-1933), Germany - aeroplane Al-Jazari, (1136-1206), Iraq - crank-driven and hydropowered saqiya chain pump, crank-driven screw and screwpump, elephant clock, weight-driven clock, weight-driven pump, reciprocating piston suction pump, geared and hydropowered water supply system, programmable humanoid robots, robotics, hand washing automata, flush mechanism, lamination, static balancing, paper model, sand casting, molding sand, intermittency, linkage Ibn Al-Jazzar (Algizar), (c. 898-980), Tunisia - sexual dysfunction and erectile dysfunction treatment drugs György Jendrassik, (1898-1954), Hungary - turboprop Carl Edvard Johansson, (1864-1943), Sweden - Gauge blocks Johan Petter Johansson, (1853-1943), Sweden - the pipe wrench and the modern adjustable spanner Nancy Johnson, U.S. - American version of the hand cranked ice cream machine in (1843) Scott A. Jones, (1960-), U.S. - created one of the most successful versions of voicemail as well as ChaCha Search, a human-assisted internet search engine. Whitcomb Judson, (1836-1909), U.S. - zipper  K Mikhail Kalashnikov, (1919-), Russia - AK-47 and AK-74 assault rifles Dean Kamen, (1951-), U.S. - Invented the Segway HT scooter and the IBOT Mobility Device Heike Kamerlingh Onnes, (1853-1926), Netherlands - liquify helium Jamshīd al-Kāshī, (c. 1380-1429), Persia - plate of conjunctions, analog planetary computer Abu 'Abdullah Muhammad ibn Naser ibn Saghir ibn Khalid al-Kaysarani, (c. 1154), Syria - striking clock, clock tower John Harvey Kellogg, (1852-1943), cornflake breakfasts John George Kemeny, (1926-1992), Hungary - co-inventor of BASIC Alexander Kemurdzhian, (1921-2003), Russia - first space exploration rover (Lunokhod) Kerim Kerimov, (1917-2003), Azerbaijan and Russia - human spaceflight, space dock, space station Charles F. Kettering, (1876-1958), U.S. - invented automobile self-starter ignition, Freon ethyl gasoline and more Khalid, (fl. 800s), Ethiopia - coffee Fazlur Khan, (1929-1982), Bangladesh - structural systems for high-rise skyscrapers Al-Khazini, (fl. 1115-1130), Persia - hydrostatic balance Abu-Mahmud al-Khujandi, (c. 940-1000), Persia - astronomical sextant Muhammad ibn Mūsā al-Khwārizmī (Algoritmi), (c. 780-850), Persia - modern algebra, mural instrument, quadrant, horary quadrant, sine quadrant, Quadrans Vetus, shadow square Jack Kilby, (1923-2005), U.S. - patented the first integrated circuit Al-Kindi (Alkindus), (801-873), Iraq/Yemen - ethanol, pure distilled alcohol, cryptanalysis, frequency analysis Fritz Klatte, (1880-1934), Germany - vinyl chloride, forerunner to polyvinyl chloride Margaret E. Knight, (1838-1914), U.S. - machine that completely constructs box-bottom brown paper bags Ivan Knunyants, (1906-1990), Armenia/Russia - invented Nylon-6 Robert Koch, (1843-1910), Germany - method for culturing bacteria on solid media Willem Johan Kolff, (1911-2009), Netherlands - artificial kidney hemodialysis machine Rudolf Kompfner, (1909-1977), U.S. - Traveling-wave tube Sergey Korolyov, (1907-1966), Ukraine/Russia - invented R-7 rocket family, designed Sputniks (including first Earth-orbiting artificial satellite), supervised Vostok program (including first human spaceflight) Gleb Kotelnikov, (1872-1944), Russia - knapsack parachute Ivan Kulibin, (1735-1818), Russia - Elevator using screw mechanisms. Also invented an automobile that featured a flywheel, brake, gear box, and bearing. Igor Kurchatov, (1903-1960), Russia - first nuclear power plant, first nuclear reactors for submarines and surface ships Raymond Kurzweil, (1948-), Optical character recognition; flatbed scanner Stephanie Kwolek, (1923-), U.S. - Kevlar John Howard Kyan (1774-1850), Ireland - The process of Kyanization used for wood preservation  L René Laënnec, (1781-1826), France - stethoscope Lala Balhumal Lahuri, (c. 1842), Mughal India - seamless globe and celestial globe, lost-wax casting Georges Lakhovsky, (1869-1942), Russia - Multiple Wave Oscillator. Hedy Lamarr, (1913-2000), Austria and U.S. - Spread spectrum radio Edwin H. Land, (1909-1991), U.S. - Polaroid polarizing filters and the Land Camera Samuel P. Langley, (1834-1906), U.S. - bolometer Irving Langmuir, (1851-1957), U.S. - gas filled incandescent light bulb, hydrogen welding Lewis Latimer, (1848-1928), - worked with Thomas Edison and patented an improved lightbulb manufacturing process Gustav de Laval, (1845-1913), Sweden - invented the milk separator and the milking machine John Bennet Lawes, (1814-1900), England - superphosphate or chemical fertilizer Sergei Vasiljevich Lebedev, (1874-1934), Russia - synthetic rubber Tim Berners-Lee, (1955- ) England - World Wide Web Antoni van Leeuwenhoek, (1632-1723), Netherlands - development of the microscope Jean-Joseph Etienne Lenoir, (1822-1900), Belgium - internal combustion engine, motorboat R. G. LeTourneau, (1888-1969), U.S.- electric wheel, motor scraper, mobile oil drilling platform, bulldozer, cable control unit for scrapers Willard Frank Libby, (1908-1980), U.S. - radiocarbon dating Justus von Liebig, (1803-1873), Germany - nitrogen-based fertilizer Otto Lilienthal, (1848-1896), Germany - hang glider Frans Wilhelm Lindqvist, (1862-1931), Sweden - Kerosene stove operated by compressed air Hans Lippershey, (1570-1619), Netherlands - telescope William Howard Livens, (1889-1964), England - chemical warfare - Livens Projector. Alexander Lodygin, (1847-1923), Russia - Electrical filament, incandescent light bulb with tungsten filament. Oleg Losev, (1903-1942), Russia - Light-emitting diode. Archibald Low, (1882-1956), Britain - Pioneer of radio guidance systems Auguste and Louis Lumière, France - Cinématographe Ignacy Łukasiewicz, (1822-1882), Poland - modern kerosene lamp Giovanni Luppis, (1813-1875), Austrian Empire (ethnical Italian) - self-propelled torpedo Ali Kashmiri ibn Luqman, (fl. 1589-1590), Mughal India - seamless globe and celestial globe, lost-wax casting  M Ma Jun, (c. 200-265), China - South Pointing Chariot (see differential gear), mechanical puppet theater, chain pumps, improved silk looms Charles Macintosh, (1766-1843), Scotland - waterproof raincoat, life vest Sake Dean Mahomet, (c. 1759), India - shampoo Dmitri Dmitrievich Maksutov, (1896-1964), Russia - Maksutov telescope Al-Ma'mun, (786-833), Iraq - singing bird automata, terrestrial globe George William Manby, (1765-1854), England - Fire extinguisher Guglielmo Marconi, (1874-1937), Italy - radio telegraphy John Landis Mason, (1826-1902), U.S. - Mason jars Henry Maudslay, (1771-1831), England - screw-cutting lathe, bench micrometer Hiram Maxim, (1840-1916), USA born, England - First self-powered machine gun James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879) and Thomas Sutton Scotland - colour photography Ammar ibn Ali al-Mawsili, (9th century), Iraq - syringe, hypodermic needle, cataract extraction, injection, suction John McAdam, (1756-1836), Scotland - improved "macadam" road surface Elijah McCoy, (1843-1929), Canada - Displacement lubricator Hippolyte Mège-Mouriés, (1817-1880), France - margarine Dmitri Mendeleev, (1834-1907), Russia - Periodic table, pyrocollodion. Antonio Meucci, (1808-1889), Italy - telephone (prototype) Edouard Michelin, (1859-1940), France - pneumatic tyre Anthony Michell, (1870 - 1959), Australia - tilting pad thrust bearing, crankless engine Pavel Molchanov, (1893-1941), Russia - Radiosonde. Jules Montenier, (c. 1910), U.S. - modern anti-perspirant deodorant Montgolfier brothers, (1740-1810) and (1745-1799), France - hot-air balloon John J. Montgomery, (1858-1911), U.S. - heavier-than-air gliders Narcis Monturiol i Estarriol, (1819-1885), Spain - steam powered submarine Robert Moog, (1934-2005), U.S. - the Moog synthesizer Samuel Morey, (1762-1843), U.S. - internal combustion engine Garrett A. Morgan, (1877-1963), U.S. - inventor of the gas mask, and traffic signal. Samuel Morse, (1791-1872), U.S. - telegraph Ibn Khalaf al-Muradi, (fl. 1000s), Islamic Spain - geared mechanical clock, segmental gear, epicyclic gearing William Murdoch, (1754-1839), Scotland - Gas lighting Jozef Murgas, (1864-1929), Slovakia - inventor of the wireless telegraph (forerunner of the radio) Al-Muqaddasi, (c. 946-1000), Palestine - restaurant Banū Mūsā brothers, Muhammad (c. 800-873), Ahmad (803-873), Al-Hasan (810-873), Iraq - valve, float valve, feedback controller, automatic control, float chamber, mechanical trick devices, hurricane lamp, self-trimming and self-feeding lamp, gas mask, grab, clamshell grab, fail-safe system, mechanical musical instrument, automatic flute player, programmable machine Pieter van Musschenbroek, (1692-1761), Netherlands - Leyden jar, pyrometer  N Ibn al-Nafis, (1213-1288), Syria/Egypt - circulatory physiology, otolaryngology, theological novel, science fiction novel John Napier, (1550-1617), Scotland - logarithms James Naismith, (1861-1939), Canadian born, USA - invented basketball and American football helmet Yoshiro Nakamatsu, (b. 1928), Japan - floppy disk, "PyonPyon" spring shoes, digital watch, CinemaScope, armchair "Cerebrex", sauce pump, taxicab meter James Nasmyth, (1808-1890), Scotland - steam hammer Nebuchadrezzar II, (c. 630-562 BC), Iraq (Mesopotamia) - screw, screwpump John von Neumann, (1903-1957), Hungary - Von Neumann computer architecture Isaac Newton,(1642-1727), England - reflecting telescope (which reduces chromatic aberration) Joseph Nicephore Niépce, (1765-1833), France - photography Jun-Ichi Nishizawa, (1926-), Japan - Optical communication system, SIT/SITh (Static Induction Transistor/Thyristor), Laser diode, PIN diode Alfred Nobel, (1833-1896), Sweden - dynamite Carl Rickard Nyberg, (1858-1939), Sweden - the blowtorch  O Theophil Wilgodt Odhner, (1845-1903), Sweden - the Odhner Arithmometer, a mechanical calculator J. Robert Oppenheimer, (1904-1967), United States - Atomic bomb Hans Christian Ørsted, (1777-1851), Denmark - electromagnetism, aluminium Elisha Otis, (1811-1861), U.S. - passenger elevator with safety device William Oughtred, (1575-1660), England - slide rule  P Larry Page, (1973-), U.S. - with Sergey Brin invented Google web search engine Helge Palmcrantz, (1842-1880), Sweden - the multi-barrel, lever-actuated, machine gun Daniel David Palmer, (1845-1913), Canada - Chiropractic Luigi Palmieri, (1807-1896), Italy - seismometer Alexander Parkes, (1831-1890), England - celluloid Charles Algernon Parsons, (1854-1931), British - steam turbine Spede Pasanen, (1930-2001), Finland - The ski jumping sling Blaise Pascal, (1623-1662), France - barometer Les Paul, (1915-), U.S. - Multitrack recording Nicolae Paulescu, (1869 - 1931), Romania - Insulin Gustaf Erik Pasch, (1788-1862), Sweden - the safety match Arthur Paul Pedrick, England - chromatically selective cat flap and others John Pemberton, (1831-1888), U.S. - Coca-Cola Slavoljub Eduard Penkala, (1871-1922), Croatia - mechanical pencil Henry Perky, (1843-1906), U.S. - Shredded wheat Stephen Perry, England - rubber band Peter Petroff, (1919-2004), Bulgaria - digital wrist watch, heart monitor, weather instruments Fritz Pfleumer, (1881-1945), Germany - Magnetic Tape Arthur Pitney, (1871-1933), United States - Postage meter Joseph Plateau, (1801-1883), Belgium - phenakistiscope (stroboscope) Baltzar von Platen, (1898-1984), Sweden - refrigerator James Leonard Plimpton, U.S. - roller skates Petrache Poenaru, (1799 - 1875), Romania - Fountain pen Christopher Polhem, (1661-1751), Sweden - the modern padlock Ivan Polzunov, (1728-1766), Russia - first two-cylinder motor Olivia Poole, (1889-1975), U.S., - the Jolly Jumper baby harness Alexander Stepanovich Popov, (1859-1906), Russia - Lightning detector. George Pullman, (1831-1897), U.S. - Pullman sleep wagon Michael I. Pupin, (1858-1935), Serbia - pupinization (loading coils), tunable oscillator Tivadar Puskas, (1844-1893), Hungary - telephone exchange  R Mario Rabinowitz, (1936-), U.S. - solar concentrator with tracking micromirrors Hasan al-Rammah, (fl. 1270s), Syria - purified potassium nitrate, explosive gunpowder, torpedo Harun al-Rashid, (763-809), Iraq/Persia - public hospital, medical school Muhammad ibn Zakarīya Rāzi (Rhazes), (865-965), Persia - distillation and extraction methods, sulfuric acid and hydrochloric acid, soap, kerosene, kerosene lamp, chemotherapy, red lead, copper acetate, lead sulfide, zinc oxide, bismuth oxide, iron acetate, cinnabar, arsenic trioxide, sodium hydroxide, aludel, rose water, heated bath, funnel, sieve Karl von Reichenbach, (1788-1869), paraffin, creosote oil, phenol Ira Remsen, (1846-1927), U.S. - saccharin Ralf Reski, (* 1958), Germany - Moss Bioreactor 1998 Josef Ressel, (1793-1857), Czechoslovakia - ship propeller Charles Francis Richter, (1900-1985), U.S. - Richter magnitude scale Hyman George Rickover, (1900-1986), U.S. - Nuclear submarine John Roebuck, (1718-1794) England - lead chamber process for sulfuric acid synthesis Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, (1845-1923), Germany - the X-ray machine Ernő Rubik, (1944-), Hungary - Rubik's cube, Rubik's Magic and Rubik's Clock Ernst Ruska, (1906-1988), Germany - electron microscope  S Alexander Sablukov, (1783-1857), Russia - centrifugal fan Şerafeddin Sabuncuoğlu, (1385-1468), Turkey - illustrated surgical atlas Andrei Sakharov, (1921-1989), Russia - invented explosively pumped flux compression generator, developed tokamaks for controlled nuclear fusion Ibn Samh, (c. 1020), Middle East - mechanical geared astrolabe Ibn Sina (Avicenna), (973-1037), Persia - thermometer, thermoscope, steam distillation, essential oil, pharmacopoeia, clinical pharmacology, clinical trial, randomized controlled trial, quarantine, cancer surgery, cancer therapy, pharmacotherapy, phytotherapy, Hindiba, Taxus baccata L, calcium channel blocker Alberto Santos-Dumont, (1873-1932), Brazil - non-rigid airship and airplane Thomas Savery, (1650-1715), England - steam engine Adolphe Sax, (1814-1894), Belgium - saxophone Bela Schick, (1877-1967), Hungary - diphtheria test Christian Schnabel (1878-1936), German - simplistic food cutleries Kees A. Schouhamer Immink (1946- ), Netherlands - Major contributor to development of Compact Disc August Schrader, U.S. - Schrader valve for Pneumatic tire David Schwarz, (1852-1897), Croatia, - rigid ship, later called Zeppelin Marc Seguin, (1786-1875), France - wire-cable suspension bridge Sennacherib, (705-681 BC), Iraq (Mesopotamia) - screw pump Iwan Serrurier, (active 1920s), Netherlands/U.S. - inventor of the Moviola for film editing. Mark Serrurier, (190?-1988), U.S. - Serrurier truss for Optical telescopes Gerhard Sessler, (1931-), Germany - foil electret microphone, silicon microphone Alexander Procofieff de Seversky, 1894-1974, Russia/United States of America - Air-to-air refueling Ibn al-Shatir, (1304-1375), Syria - astrolabic clock, compendium instrument, polar-axis sundial, compass dial Shen Kuo, (1031-1095), China - improved gnomon, armillary sphere, clepsydra, and sighting tube Pavel Schilling, (1780-1836), Estonia/Russia - first electromagnetic telegraph Murasaki Shikibu, (c. 973-1025), - novel, psychological novel Fathullah Shirazi, (c. 1582), Mughal India - autocannon, multi-barrel gun Al-Sijzi, (c. 945-1020), Persia - heliocentric astrolabe William Bradford Shockley, (1910-1989), U.S. - co-inventor of transistor Henry Shrapnel, (1761-1842), England - Shrapnel shell ammunition Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor, (b. 1972), Malaysia - cell growth in outer space, crystallization of proteins and microbes in space Vladimir Shukhov, (1853-1939), Russia - Shukhov cracking process, thin-shell structure, tensile structure, built one of the first pipelines Augustus Siebe, (1788-1872), Germany/England - Inventor of the standard diving dress Werner von Siemens, (1816-1892), Germany - an electromechanical "dynamic" Sir William Siemens, (1823-1883), Germany - regenerative furnace Igor Sikorsky, (1889-1972), Russia/U.S. - helicopter Charles Simonyi, (1948-), Hungary - Hungarian notation Isaac Singer, (1811-1875), U.S. - sewing machine Elmer Ambrose Sperry, (1860-1930), U.S. - gyroscope-guided automatic pilot George Stephenson, (1781-1848), England - steam locomotive Simon Stevin, (1548-1620), Netherlands - land yacht Aurel Stodola, (1859-1942), Slovakia - gas turbines Reverend Dr Robert Stirling (1790-1878), Scotland - Stirling engine Levi Strauss, (1829-1902), U.S. - blue jeans John Stringfellow, (1799-1883), England - airplane Almon Strowger, (1839-1902), U.S. - automatic telephone exchange Su Song, (1020-1101), China - first chain drive Simon Sunatori, (1959-), Canada - inventor of MagneScribe and Magic Spicer Sushruta, (600 BC), Vedic India - inventor of Platic Surgery, Cataract Surgery, Rhinoplasty Joseph Swan, (1828-1914), England - Incandescent light bulb Percy Spencer, (1894-1970), U.S. - microwave oven Abd al-Rahman al-Sufi (Azophi), (903-986), Persia - timekeeping astrolabe, navigational astrolabe, surveying astrolabe Robert Swanson, (1905-1994), Canada - Invented and developed the first multi-chime air horn for use with diesel locomotives Leó Szilárd, (1898-1964), Hungary/U.S. - Co-developed the atomic bomb, patented the nuclear reactor, catalyst of the Manhattan Project  T Salih Tahtawi, (fl. 1659-1660), Mughal India - seamless globe and celestial globe, lost-wax casting Igor Tamm, (1895-1971), Russia - with Andrey Sakharov, developed first tokamak Mardi bin Ali al-Tarsusi, (c. 1187), Middle East - counterweight trebuchet, mangonel Bernard Tellegen, (1900-1990), Netherlands - pentode Edward Teller, (1908-2003), Hungary - hydrogen bomb Nikola Tesla, (1856-1943), Serbian-Croatian-American - Tesla Coil, induction motor, wireless communication Eric Tigerstedt, (1887-1925), Finland - triode vacuum tube Kalman Tihanyi, (1897-1947), Hungary - co-inventor of cathode ray tube and iconoscope Benjamin Chew Tilghman, (1821-1897), U.S. - sandblasting Tipu Sultan, (1750-1799), India - iron-cased and metal-cylinder rocket Alfred Traeger, (1895-1980), Australia - the pedal radio Franc Trkman, (1903-1978), Slovenia - electrical switches, accessories for opening windows Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, (1857-1935), Russia - spaceflight Mikhail Tsvet, (1872-1919), Russia - adsorption chromatography Ibn Tufail, (c. 1105-1185), Islamic Spain - philosophical novel Nasīr al-Dīn al-Tūsī, (1201-1274), Persia - observatory, research institute Sharaf al-Dīn al-Tūsī, (1135-1213), Persia - linear astrolabe  U Lewis Urry, (1927-2004), Canada - long-lasting alkaline battery  V Theophilus Van Kannel, (1841-1919), United States - revolving door (1888) Louis R. Vitullo, (1924?-2006), United States - developed the first sexual assault evidence kit Alessandro Volta, (1745-1827), Italy - battery Faust Vrančić, (1551-1617), Croatia - parachute  W Barnes Wallis, (1887-1979), England - bouncing bomb Robert Watson-Watt, (1892-1973), Scotland - microwave radar James Watt, (1736-1819), Scotland - improved Steam engine Thomas Wedgwood, (1771-1805), England - first (not permanent) photograph Jonas Wenström, (1855-1893), Sweden - three-phase electrical power George Westinghouse, (1846-1914), U.S. - Air brake (rail) Charles Wheatstone, (1802-1875), England - concertina, stereoscope, microphone, Playfair cipher Eli Whitney, (1765-1825), U.S. - the cotton gin Frank Whittle, (1907-1996), England - co-inventor of the jet engine Otto Wichterle, (1913-1989), Czechoslovakia - invented modern contact lenses Paul Winchell, (1922-2005), U.S. - the artificial heart A. Baldwin Wood, (1879-1956), U.S. - high volume pump Granville Woods, (1856-1910), U.S. - the Synchronous Multiplex Railway Telegraph Wright brothers, Orville (1871-1948) and Wilbur (1867-1912) - U.S. - powered airplane Arthur Wynne, (1862-1945), England - creator of crossword puzzle  Y Pavel Yablochkov, (1847-1894), Russia - Yablochkov candle. Hidetsugu Yagi, (1886-1976), Japan - Yagi antenna Khalid ibn Yazid, (635-704), Syria/Egypt - potassium nitrate Yi Xing, (683-727), China Arthur M. Young, (1905-1995), U.S. - the Bell Helicopter Muhammad Yunus, (b. 1940), Bangladesh - microcredit, microfinance Abu Yaqub Yusuf, (c. 1274), Morocco/Spain - siege cannon  Z Abu al-Qasim al-Zahrawi (Abulcasis), (936 - 1013), Islamic Spain - cosmetic dentistry, tooth bleaching, hair care, hair dye, solid lipstick, Hand cream and lotion, suntan lotion,[disambiguation needed] roll-on deodorant, epilepsy and seizure medications, nasal spray, topical cream, adhesive bandage and plaster, bone saw, catgut, cotton dressing and bandage, curette, retractor, sound, surgical spoon, surgical hook and rod, ligature Abū Ishāq Ibrāhīm al-Zarqālī (Arzachel), (1028-1087), Islamic Spain - almanac, equatorium, universal astrolabe Nikolay Zelinsky, (1861-1953), Russia - the first effective filtering coal gas mask in the world Zhang Heng, (78-139), China - invented the first hydraulic-powered armillary sphere Zheng He, (1371-1433), China - treasure ship Ziryab, (789-857), Iraq/Syria/Tunisia/Spain - bangs, beauty parlour, cosmetology school, chemical depilatory, toothpaste, under-arm deodorant, three-course meal Ibn Zuhr (Avenzoar), (1091-1161), Islamic Spain - general anaesthesia, general anaesthetic, oral anesthesia, inhalational anaesthetic, narcotic-soaked sponge, tracheotomy, parasitology, pharmacopoeia Konrad Zuse, (22. June 1910 - 18. December 1995), Germany - invented the first Computer (Z1, Z2, Z3, Z4) Vladimir Zworykin, (1889-1982), Russia/U.S. - Iconoscope, kinescope.
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What Muslim technologies influenced other civilizations?