What is the best meaning of the word link?
To Unite ,A unit in the connected series
If it's an Arabic word, it means Continue, Link or Connect.
The word pit best describes it.
The Latin word meaning Best is Optimús.
Link Join association
meaning the best
The meaning of the word majong is "sparrow". The complete history can be found at the link below.
The word has no meaning in English but there is an eponymous webpage. See link.
The dictionary meaning is the same as the denotative meaning.
Archaios is not an English word, it is Greek. Here is what the Related Link (below) has to say about it: "Our word 'archaic' derives from the Greek archaios, meaning simply 'old' or 'ancient.'"
Son of righteousness. See the Related Link.
Canada is St. Lawrence Iroquoian word, meaning village or settlement. Please see the related link below for more information:
cuba,, The 12th century English word was adopted from the French word 'clamer' meaning to call or claim. This was in turn adopted from Latin 'clamare' meaning to shout and 'calare' meaning to announce solemnly. There is also a link to the Greek word 'kaleo' also meaning to call or claim.
There are many translations of the word partner. See the lower half of link below.
Tulali is not an English word that can be translated into a German word. Do you mean tulagi? See link below.
Sai is an old marathi word for the word sakhi or saheli, meaning best friend. :)
The word "barn" is from Old English. It is from a word meaning "barley house." Please see the related link below.
See related question. There is a link that explains the origins of this ugly word.
Hot and Humid .
The word "vinegar" is from Old French. It comes from a word meaning "wine." Please see the related link below.
Reportedly coined in the 1560s, the English word sprint, meaning "to dart, spring" derives from the Old Norse word spretta, meaning "to jump up". See related link for more information:
It is from the Greek word heros, meaning "demi-god". See the related link below for more information .
You can follow the link, below, to teach yourself more about the labels used in the interface for Microsoft Word.
A set can best be defined as a collection of items.
dravyolbanam ద్రవ్యోల్బణం means 'inflation'. see related link
According to Word Tutor, the word "pithecan" means "Of, relating to, or resembling apes." For more information, see the Related Link.
The word parachute comes from the French word para (such as in parasol) and chute (meaning fall). See the related link for more information.
i think is functional
Man's best friend
The English word reef originates with the Old Norse word rif, meaning rib or ridge. See link below:
As a given name or as a surname, I find no listing. However- the English word "bazaar" derives from a Persian word meaning "market", and from the Middle Persian word meaning "place of prices". Wikipedia link listed below-
This word can indicate a token, a word, a figure, or any of several other meanings, so please see the Related Link listed below:
lunar is the origin The origin of the word moon comes from the latin word luna, meaning moon. See the related link for more information.
When a word or phrase implies a meaning that's opposite its literal meaning. "Apex"
Irony or sarcasm. Verbal irony
It isnt a real word but it is what the girl in the attached link calls "the border between my world and yours" She is a little girl with schizophrenia.
My best guess is "stirred".
Best translation would be "at home"
Based on the information in this passage, what is the most likely meaning of the underlined word?
The word "davenport" comes from a place name in Cheshire. It was first used as a word meaning "couch" in 1897. Please see the related link below.
The word peace evolved through time from the Latin word, pacem. Pacem meaning a treaty, or absence from war. See the related link for more.
The word "organelle" is from Modern Latin, from 1909. It came from the Latin word "organum," meaning "instrument, organ." Please see the related link below.
The word "razor" is from Old French, from a word meaning "to scrape, shave." It is from the late 13th century. Please see the related link below.
"To earn, deserve, acquire, gain" is the meaning as the word derives from the Latin language. Please access the related link below for more information:
If you are referring to Sella (صلة) meaning "link" or "connection", it is pronounced "sill-la".
Whole-heartedness is a meaning of the word 'devotion'. That also is a good synonym. Perhaps the next best meaning and synonym may be found in the word 'ardor'.
The word benevolent was derived from the latin word volens.
You should repeat the same word in a sentence when that word has the best meaning for the rest of the sentence.
Personally, I like to click on the Related Link listed below for a proper definition of the word "hesitant'.