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Lied (n.): A lay; a German song. It differs from the French chanson, and the Italian canzone, all three being national.

Mouille (a.): Applied to certain consonants having a "liquid" or softened sound; e.g., in French, l or ll and gn (like the lli in million and ni in minion); in Italian, gl and gn; in Spanish, ll and ; in Portuguese, lh and nh.

Close (v. t.): Uttered with a relatively contracted opening of the mouth, as certain sounds of e and o in French, Italian, and German; -- opposed to open.

Romanic (n.): Of or pertaining to any or all of the various languages which, during the Middle Ages, sprung out of the old Roman, or popular form of Latin, as the Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Provencal, etc.

-esque (): A suffix of certain words from the French, Italian, and Spanish. It denotes manner or style; like; as, arabesque, after the manner of the Arabs.

Romance (n.): The languages, or rather the several dialects, which were originally forms of popular or vulgar Latin, and have now developed into Italian. Spanish, French, etc. (called the Romanic languages).

Auxiliary (sing.): A verb which helps to form the voices, modes, and tenses of other verbs; -- called, also, an auxiliary verb; as, have, be, may, can, do, must, shall, and will, in English; etre and avoir, in French; avere and essere, in Italian; estar and haber, in Spanish.

Dago (n.): A nickname given to a person of Spanish (or, by extension, Portuguese or Italian) descent.

Signior (n.): Sir; Mr. The English form and pronunciation for the Italian Signor and the Spanish Seor.

Gailliarde (n.): A lively French and Italian dance.

Lira (n.): An Italian coin equivalent in value to the French franc.

Ra- (): A prefix, from the Latin re and ad combined, coming to us through the French and Italian. See Re-, and Ad-.

Passacaglio (n.): An old Italian or Spanish dance tune, in slow three-four measure, with divisions on a ground bass, resembling a chaconne.

Labial (a.): Modified, as a vowel, by contraction of the lip opening, as / (f/d), / (/ld), etc., and as eu and u in French, and o, u in German. See Guide to Pronunciation, // 11, 178.

Graf (n.): A German title of nobility, equivalent to earl in English, or count in French. See Earl.

Digitain (n.): Any one of several extracts of foxglove (Digitalis), as the "French extract," the "German extract," etc., which differ among themselves in composition and properties.

Yager (n.): In the German army, one belonging to a body of light infantry armed with rifles, resembling the chasseur of the French army.

Albata (n.): A white metallic alloy; which is made into spoons, forks, teapots, etc. British plate or German silver. See German silver, under German.

Plattdeutsch (n.): The modern dialects spoken in the north of Germany, taken collectively; modern Low German. See Low German, under German.

Italianate (v. t.): To render Italian, or conformable to Italian customs; to Italianize.

Creole (n.): One born of European parents in the American colonies of France or Spain or in the States which were once such colonies, esp. a person of French or Spanish descent, who is a native inhabitant of Louisiana, or one of the States adjoining, bordering on the Gulf of of Mexico.

Italianize (v. i.): To play the Italian; to speak Italian.

-art (): The termination of many English words; as, coward, reynard, drunkard, mostly from the French, in which language this ending is of German origin, being orig. the same word as English hard. It usually has the sense of one who has to a high or excessive degree the quality expressed by the root; as, braggart, sluggard.

Gallicism (n.): A mode of speech peculiar to the French; a French idiom; also, in general, a French mode or custom.

Real (n.): A small Spanish silver coin; also, a denomination of money of account, formerly the unit of the Spanish monetary system.

Piaster (n.): A silver coin of Spain and various other countries. See Peso. The Spanish piaster (commonly called peso, or peso duro) is of about the value of the American dollar. The Italian piaster, or scudo, was worth from 80 to 100 cents. The Turkish and Egyptian piasters are now worth about four and a half cents.

Cid (n.): Chief or commander; in Spanish literature, a title of Ruy Diaz, Count of Bivar, a champion of Christianity and of the old Spanish royalty, in the 11th century.

Flota (n.): A fleet; especially, a /eet of Spanish ships which formerly sailed every year from Cadiz to Vera Cruz, in Mexico, to transport to Spain the production of Spanish America.

People (n.): Persons, generally; an indefinite number of men and women; folks; population, or part of population; as, country people; -- sometimes used as an indefinite subject or verb, like on in French, and man in German; as, people in adversity.

Accent (n.): Modulation of the voice in speaking; manner of speaking or pronouncing; peculiar or characteristic modification of the voice; tone; as, a foreign accent; a French or a German accent.

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Meaning of FIGS

FIGS means: French, Italian, German, Spanish

Meaning of wop

wop means: n Used as a disparaging term for a person of Italian birth or descent. [Italian dialectal guappo, thug, from Spanishguapo, handsome, dashing, braggart, bully, from French dialectal wape, rogue, from Latin vappa, flat wine, scoundrel.]

Meaning of Damage

Damage means: A Spanish, Italian or Portuguese person

Meaning of volt-face

volt-face means: n pron “volt-fass”, because it comes from French about-turn: In the end they made a complete volt-face and offered us the thing for a grand. The French comes in turn from the Italian “voltafaccia” meaning “turn face”.

Meaning of dago

dago means: n Used as a disparaging term for an Italian, Spaniard, or Portuguese. [Alteration of Spanish Diego, a given name]

Meaning of French

French means: n Coarse or vulgar language: Pardon my French.french tr.v. frenched, frenching, frenches 1. To give a French kiss to. 2. To perform oral sex on.

Meaning of Spanish Main

Spanish Main means: The Spanish Main was the mainland coast of the Spanish Empire around the Caribbean, a region initially called "Spanish America." It included Florida, Mexico, Central America and the north coast of South America. In time it became a general term for the seaways around the Spanish possessions in the Caribbean.

Meaning of German helmet

German helmet means: Noun. The head of the penis, from its physical shape being vaguely similar to that of a German soldier's headwear.

Meaning of DE 

DE  means: (abrv.) Deutsch The German word for German.

Meaning of french/french loaf

french/french loaf means: four pounds, most likely from the second half of the 1900s, cockney rhyming slang for rofe (french loaf

Meaning of BOCHE

BOCHE means: Boche is British slang for a German. Boche is French slang for a rascal.

Meaning of nigger

nigger means: n Used as a disparaging term for a Black person. [Alteration of dialectal neger, black person, from French negre, from Spanish negro.]

Meaning of GERMAN BANDS

GERMAN BANDS means: German bands is London Cockney rhyming slang for hands.

Meaning of GERMAN FLUTES

GERMAN FLUTES means: German flutes is London Cockney rhyming slang for boots.

Meaning of Buccaneer

Buccaneer means: (1) The buccaneers were pirates who attacked Spanish and French shipping in the Caribbean Sea during the late 17th century. (2) buccaneers were pig hunters on the Caribbean islands of Hispaniola and Tortuga

Meaning of Buccaneer

Buccaneer means: 1. One who dries and smokes flesh on a boucan after the manner of the Indians. The name was first ‘given to the French hunters of St. Domingo, who prepared the flesh of the wild oxen and boars in this way. (from 1661, at least). 2. A name given to piratical rovers who formerly infested the Spanish coasts in America. (from 1690, at least)

Meaning of FRENCH LESSONS

FRENCH LESSONS means: French lessons is slang for fellatio. The term is used as discrete advertising by British prostitutes who offer 'French Lessons'.

Meaning of GUINEA

GUINEA means: Guinea is derogatory American slang for an Italian or a person of Italian descent.

Meaning of Totty

Totty means: If a chap is out looking for totty, he is looking for a nice girl to chat up. There is an Italian football player called Totti - which is pronounced the same. It's really funny hearing the commentators when he gets the ball saying "it's Totty for Italy". It sounds like some beautiful Italian girlies have invaded the pitch.

Meaning of Totty

Totty means: - If a chap is out looking for totty, he is looking for a nice girl to chat up. There is an Italian football player called Totti - which is pronounced the same. It's really funny hearing the commentators when he gets the ball saying "it's Totty for Italy". It sounds like some beautiful Italian girlies have invaded the pitch.

Meaning of Lied

Lied means: A lay; a German song. It differs from the French chanson, and the Italian canzone, all three being national.

Meaning of Mouille

Mouille means: Applied to certain consonants having a "liquid" or softened sound; e.g., in French, l or ll and gn (like the lli in million and ni in minion); in Italian, gl and gn; in Spanish, ll and ; in Portuguese, lh and nh.

Meaning of Close

Close means: Uttered with a relatively contracted opening of the mouth, as certain sounds of e and o in French, Italian, and German; -- opposed to open.

Meaning of Romanic

Romanic means: Of or pertaining to any or all of the various languages which, during the Middle Ages, sprung out of the old Roman, or popular form of Latin, as the Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Provencal, etc.

Meaning of -esque

-esque means: A suffix of certain words from the French, Italian, and Spanish. It denotes manner or style; like; as, arabesque, after the manner of the Arabs.

Meaning of Romance

Romance means: The languages, or rather the several dialects, which were originally forms of popular or vulgar Latin, and have now developed into Italian. Spanish, French, etc. (called the Romanic languages).

Meaning of Auxiliary

Auxiliary means: A verb which helps to form the voices, modes, and tenses of other verbs; -- called, also, an auxiliary verb; as, have, be, may, can, do, must, shall, and will, in English; etre and avoir, in French; avere and essere, in Italian; estar and haber, in Spanish.

Meaning of Dago

Dago means: A nickname given to a person of Spanish (or, by extension, Portuguese or Italian) descent.

Meaning of Signior

Signior means: Sir; Mr. The English form and pronunciation for the Italian Signor and the Spanish Seor.

Meaning of Gailliarde

Gailliarde means: A lively French and Italian dance.

Meaning of Lira

Lira means: An Italian coin equivalent in value to the French franc.

Meaning of Ra-

Ra- means: A prefix, from the Latin re and ad combined, coming to us through the French and Italian. See Re-, and Ad-.

Meaning of Passacaglio

Passacaglio means: An old Italian or Spanish dance tune, in slow three-four measure, with divisions on a ground bass, resembling a chaconne.

Meaning of Labial

Labial means: Modified, as a vowel, by contraction of the lip opening, as / (f/d), / (/ld), etc., and as eu and u in French, and o, u in German. See Guide to Pronunciation, // 11, 178.

Meaning of Graf

Graf means: A German title of nobility, equivalent to earl in English, or count in French. See Earl.

Dictionary words and meanings

Meaning of Barbarities

Barbarities means: of Barbarity

Meaning of Infiltered

Infiltered means: of Infilter

Meaning of Paroxytone

Paroxytone means: A word having an acute accent on the penultimate syllable.

Meaning of Shovelnose

Shovelnose means: A Pacific Ocean shark (Hexanchus corinus).

Meaning of Spur

Spur means: To put spurs on; as, a spurred boot.

Slang words and meanings

Meaning of Ta

Ta means: We said "ta" as kids in Liverpool for years before we even knew it was short for thanks.

Meaning of B.F.E.

B.F.E. means: Acronym for "Butt-Fuck Egypt". Used to denote a location considered to be at a great distance. Foe example, "The parking lot was full, so my car is all the way out in B.F.E." Used and understood extensively.

Meaning of scaredy-cat

scaredy-cat means: Coward.

Meaning of man oil

man oil means: Semen or any fluid secreted at orgasm.

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