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hyphenate
I. transitive verb (-ated; -ating) Date: circa 1889 to connect (as two words) or divide (as a word at the end of a line of print) with a hyphen • hyphenation noun II. noun ...
hyphenated
adjective Etymology: from the use of hyphenated words (as German-American) to designate foreign-born citizens of the United States Date: circa 1893 of, relating to, or being ...
hyphenation
noun see hyphenate I
hyphenless
adjective see hyphen I
hypn-
or hypno- combining form Etymology: French, from Late Latin, from Greek, from hypnos — more at somnolent 1. sleep 2. hypnotism
hypnagogic
also hypnogogic adjective Etymology: French hypnagogique, from Greek hypn- + -agōgos leading, inducing, from agein to lead — more at agent Date: 1886 of, relating to, or ...
hypno-
combining form see hypn-
hypnogogic
adjective see hypnagogic
hypnoid
or hypnoidal adjective Date: 1898 of or relating to sleep or hypnosis
hypnoidal
adjective see hypnoid
hypnopompic
adjective Etymology: hypn- + Greek pompē act of sending — more at pomp Date: circa 1901 associated with the semiconsciousness preceding waking
Hypnos
noun Etymology: Greek Date: 1892 the Greek god of sleep
hypnosis
noun (plural hypnoses) Etymology: New Latin Date: 1876 1. a trancelike state that resembles sleep but is induced by a person whose suggestions are readily accepted by the ...
hypnotherapist
noun see hypnotherapy
hypnotherapy
noun Date: 1897 1. treatment by hypnotism 2. psychotherapy that facilitates suggestion, reeducation, or analysis by hypnosis • hypnotherapist noun
hypnotic
I. adjective Etymology: French or Late Latin; French hypnotique, from Late Latin hypnoticus, from Greek hypnōtikos, from hypnoun to put to sleep, from hypnos Date: 1625 1. ...
hypnotically
adverb see hypnotic I
hypnotism
noun Date: 1842 1. the study or act of inducing hypnosis — compare mesmerism 2. hypnosis 1 • hypnotist noun
hypnotist
noun see hypnotism
hypnotizability
noun see hypnotize
hypnotizable
adjective see hypnotize
hypnotize
transitive verb (-tized; -tizing) Date: 1843 1. to induce hypnosis in 2. to dazzle or overcome by or as if by suggestion • hypnotizability noun • hypnotizable ...
hypo
I. noun (plural hypos) Date: 1711 hypochondria II. noun (plural hypos) Etymology: short for hyposulfite thiosulfate Date: 1855 sodium thiosulfate; also a solution of ...
hypo-
or hyp- prefix Etymology: Late Latin hypo-, hyp-, from Greek, from hypo — more at up 1. under ; beneath ; down 2. less than normal or normally 3. in a lower state ...
hypoallergenic
adjective Date: 1940 having little likelihood of causing an allergic response
hypoblast
noun Date: 1875 the endoderm of an embryo
hypocalcemia
noun Etymology: New Latin Date: 1925 a deficiency of calcium in the blood • hypocalcemic adjective
hypocalcemic
adjective see hypocalcemia
hypocaust
noun Etymology: Latin hypocaustum, from Greek hypokauston, from hypokaiein to light a fire under, from hypo- + kaiein to burn Date: 1678 an ancient Roman central heating ...
hypocenter
noun Date: 1905 1. the focus of an earthquake — compare epicenter 1 2. the point on the earth's surface directly below the center of a nuclear bomb explosion • ...
hypocentral
adjective see hypocenter
hypochlorite
noun Date: circa 1849 a salt or ester of hypochlorous acid
hypochlorous acid
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1841 an unstable strongly oxidizing but weak acid HClO obtained in solution along with hydrochloric acid by ...
hypochondria
noun Etymology: New Latin, from Late Latin, plural, upper abdomen (formerly regarded as the seat of hypochondria), from Greek, literally, the parts under the cartilage (of the ...
hypochondriac
I. adjective Etymology: French hypochondriaque, from Greek hypochondriakos, from hypochondria Date: 1599 1. hypochondriacal 2. of, relating to, or being the two regions of ...
hypochondriacal
adjective Date: 1665 affected or produced by hypochondria • hypochondriacally adverb
hypochondriacally
adverb see hypochondriacal
hypochondriasis
noun (plural hypochondriases) Etymology: New Latin Date: 1766 morbid concern about one's health especially when accompanied by delusions of physical disease
hypochromic
adjective Date: 1924 marked by or being red blood cells with deficient hemoglobin
hypocorism
noun Etymology: Late Latin hypocorisma, from Greek hypokorisma, from hypokorizesthai to call by pet names, from hypo- + korizesthai to caress, from koros boy, korē girl Date: ...
hypocoristic
adjective see hypocorism
hypocoristical
adjective see hypocorism
hypocoristically
adverb see hypocorism
hypocotyl
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary hypo- + cotyledon Date: 1880 the part of the axis of a plant embryo or seedling below the cotyledon
hypocrisy
noun (plural -sies) Etymology: Middle English ypocrisie, from Anglo-French, from Late Latin hypocrisis, from Greek hypokrisis act of playing a part on the stage, hypocrisy, from ...
hypocrite
noun Etymology: Middle English ypocrite, from Anglo-French, from Late Latin hypocrita, from Greek hypokritēs actor, hypocrite, from hypokrinesthai Date: 13th century 1. a ...
hypocritical
adjective Date: 1561 characterized by hypocrisy; also being a hypocrite • hypocritically adverb
hypocritically
adverb see hypocritical
hypocycloid
noun Date: 1843 a curve traced by a point on the circumference of a circle rolling internally on the circumference of a fixed circle
hypodermal
adjective Date: 1854 1. of or relating to a hypodermis 2. lying beneath an outer skin or epidermis
hypodermic
I. adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1863 1. adapted for use in or administered by injection beneath the skin 2. of or relating to the parts ...
hypodermic injection
noun Date: 1868 an injection made into the subcutaneous tissues
hypodermic needle
noun Date: circa 1909 1. needle 1c(1) 2. a hypodermic syringe complete with needle
hypodermic syringe
noun Date: 1893 a small syringe used with a hollow needle for injection of material into or beneath the skin
hypodermically
adverb see hypodermic I
hypodermis
noun Etymology: New Latin Date: circa 1866 1. the tissue immediately beneath the epidermis of a plant especially when modified to serve as a supporting and protecting layer ...
hypodiploid
adjective Date: 1962 having slightly fewer than the diploid number of chromosomes • hypodiploidy noun
hypodiploidy
noun see hypodiploid
hypoeutectoid
adjective Date: 1911 containing less of the minor component than is contained in the eutectoid
hypogastric
adjective Etymology: French hypogastrique, from hypogastre hypogastric region, from Greek hypogastrion, from hypo- + gastr-, gastēr belly — more at gastric Date: circa 1656 ...
hypogeal
or hypogean or hypogeous adjective Etymology: Late Latin hypogeus subterranean, from Greek hypogaios, from hypo- + gaia earth Date: 1686 1. growing or living below the ...
hypogean
adjective see hypogeal
hypogene
adjective Etymology: hypo- + Greek -genēs born, produced — more at -gen Date: 1831 formed, crystallized, or lying at depths below the earth's surface ; plutonic — used ...
hypogeous
adjective see hypogeal
hypogeum
noun (plural hypogea) Etymology: Latin, from Greek hypogaion, from neuter of hypogaios Date: circa 1706 the subterranean part of an ancient building; also an ancient ...
hypoglossal
adjective Date: 1831 of or relating to the hypoglossal nerves
hypoglossal nerve
noun Date: 1831 either of the 12th and final pair of cranial nerves which are motor nerves arising from the medulla oblongata and supplying muscles of the tongue in higher ...
hypoglycemia
noun Etymology: New Latin Date: circa 1894 abnormal decrease of sugar in the blood • hypoglycemic adjective or noun
hypoglycemic
adjective or noun see hypoglycemia
hypogynous
adjective Date: 1821 1. of a floral organ inserted upon the receptacle or axis below the gynoecium and free from it 2. having hypogynous floral organs • hypogyny noun
hypogyny
noun see hypogynous
hypokalemia
noun Etymology: New Latin, from hypo- + kalium potassium (from kali alkali, from Arabic qily saltwort) + -emia Date: 1949 a deficiency of potassium in the blood • ...
hypokalemic
adjective see hypokalemia
hypolimnion
noun (plural hypolimnia) Etymology: New Latin, from hypo- + Greek limnion, diminutive of limnē lake — more at limnetic Date: 1910 the part of a lake below the thermocline ...
hypomagnesemia
noun Etymology: New Latin, from hypo- + magnesium + -emia Date: 1933 deficiency of magnesium in the blood
hypomania
noun Etymology: New Latin Date: 1882 a mild mania especially when part of bipolar disorder • hypomanic adjective
hypomanic
adjective see hypomania
hypoparathyroidism
noun Date: 1910 deficiency of parathyroid hormone in the body; also the resultant abnormal state marked by low serum calcium and a tendency to chronic tetany
hypopharynx
noun Etymology: New Latin Date: 1826 1. an appendage or thickened fold on the floor of the mouth of many insects that resembles a tongue 2. the laryngeal part of the ...
hypophyseal
also hypophysial adjective Etymology: irregular from New Latin hypophysis Date: 1882 of or relating to the hypophysis
hypophysectomize
transitive verb (-mized; -mizing) Date: 1910 to remove the pituitary gland from
hypophysectomy
noun (plural -mies) Date: 1909 surgical removal of the pituitary gland
hypophysial
adjective see hypophyseal
hypophysis
noun (plural hypophyses) Etymology: New Latin, from Greek, attachment underneath, from hypophyein to grow beneath, from hypo- + phyein to grow, produce — more at be Date: ...
hypopituitarism
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1909 deficient production of growth hormones by the pituitary gland • hypopituitary adjective
hypopituitary
adjective see hypopituitarism
hypoplasia
noun Etymology: New Latin Date: 1889 a condition of arrested development in which an organ or part remains below the normal size or in an immature state • hypoplastic ...
hypoplastic
adjective see hypoplasia
hypoploid
adjective Date: 1930 having a chromosome number slightly less than an exact multiple of the monoploid number • hypoploid noun
hyposensitization
noun Date: 1922 the state or process of being reduced in sensitivity especially to an allergen ; desensitization • hyposensitize transitive verb
hyposensitize
transitive verb see hyposensitization
hypospadias
noun Etymology: New Latin, from Greek, man with hypospadias, from hypo- + -spadias, from -spad-, -spas something torn, from span to tear, pluck off Date: circa 1855 an ...
hypostasis
noun (plural hypostases) Etymology: Late Latin, substance, sediment, from Greek, support, foundation, substance, sediment, from hyphistasthai to stand under, support, from hypo- ...
hypostatic
adjective see hypostasis
hypostatically
adverb see hypostasis
hypostatization
noun see hypostatize
hypostatize
transitive verb (-tized; -tizing) Etymology: Greek hypostatos substantially existing, from hyphistasthai Date: 1829 to attribute real identity to (a concept) • ...
hypostome
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary hypo- + -stome (from Greek stoma mouth) — more at stomach Date: circa 1862 any of several structures associated with the ...
hypostyle
adjective Etymology: Greek hypostylos, from hypo- + stylos pillar — more at steer Date: 1831 having the roof resting on rows of columns • hypostyle noun
hypotactic
adjective Etymology: Greek hypotaktikos, from hypotassein Date: 1896 of or relating to hypotaxis
hypotaxis
noun Etymology: New Latin, from Greek, subjection, from hypotassein to arrange under, from hypo- + tassein to arrange Date: 1883 syntactic subordination (as by a ...
hypotension
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1893 abnormally low blood pressure
hypotensive
I. adjective Date: 1904 1. characterized by or due to hypotension 2. causing low blood pressure or a lowering of blood pressure II. noun Date: 1941 a person with ...
hypotenuse
also hypothenuse noun Etymology: Latin hypotenusa, from Greek hypoteinousa, from feminine of hypoteinōn, present participle of hypoteinein to subtend, from hypo- + teinein to ...
hypothalamic
adjective Date: 1899 of or relating to the hypothalamus
hypothalamus
noun Etymology: New Latin Date: 1896 a basal part of the diencephalon that lies beneath the thalamus on each side, forms the floor of the third ventricle, and includes ...
hypothecate
I. transitive verb (-cated; -cating) Etymology: Medieval Latin hypothecare to pledge, from Late Latin hypotheca pledge, from Greek hypothēkē, from hypotithenai to put under, ...
hypothecation
noun see hypothecate I
hypothecator
noun see hypothecate I
hypothenuse
noun see hypotenuse
hypothermal
adjective Date: 1922 of or relating to a hydrothermal metalliferous ore vein deposited at high temperature
hypothermia
noun Etymology: New Latin Date: circa 1886 subnormal temperature of the body • hypothermic adjective
hypothermic
adjective see hypothermia
hypothesis
noun (plural hypotheses) Etymology: Greek, from hypotithenai to put under, suppose, from hypo- + tithenai to put — more at do Date: circa 1656 1. a. an assumption or ...
hypothesize
verb (-sized; -sizing) Date: 1738 intransitive verb to make a hypothesis transitive verb to adopt as a hypothesis
hypothetical
adjective Date: 1588 being or involving a hypothesis ; conjectural • hypothetical noun • hypothetically adverb
hypothetically
adverb see hypothetical
hypothetico-deductive
adjective Date: 1912 relating to, being, or making use of the method of proposing hypotheses and testing their acceptability or falsity by determining whether their logical ...
hypothyroid
adjective Date: 1909 of, relating to, or affected with hypothyroidism
hypothyroidism
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1905 deficient activity of the thyroid gland; also a resultant bodily condition characterized by lowered metabolic ...
hypotonia
noun Etymology: New Latin Date: circa 1886 the state of having hypotonic muscle tone
hypotonic
adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1895 1. having deficient tone or tension 2. having a lower osmotic pressure than a surrounding medium or a ...
hypotonicity
noun see hypotonic
hypoxanthine
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: circa 1857 a purine base C5H4N4O found in plant and animal tissues that yields xanthine on oxidation
hypoxemia
noun Etymology: New Latin Date: circa 1886 deficient oxygenation of the blood • hypoxemic adjective
hypoxemic
adjective see hypoxemia
hypoxia
noun Etymology: New Latin Date: 1941 a deficiency of oxygen reaching the tissues of the body • hypoxic adjective
hypoxic
adjective see hypoxia
Hypselantes
biographical name variant of Ypsilantis
hypsometer
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary, from Greek hypsos height (akin to Old English ūp up) + International Scientific Vocabulary -meter — more at up Date: ...
hypsometric
adjective Etymology: Greek hypsos Date: 1845 of, relating to, or indicating elevation (as on a map)
hyrax
noun Etymology: Greek hyrak-, hyrax shrew Date: 1832 any of a family (Procaviidae) of small ungulate mammals of Africa and the Middle East characterized by thickset body ...
Hyrcania
geographical name province of ancient Persia on SE coast of Caspian NE of Media & NW of Parthia • Hyrcanian adjective
Hyrcanian
adjective see Hyrcania
hyson
noun Etymology: Chinese (Guangdong) héichēun, literally, bright spring Date: 1740 a Chinese green tea made from thinly rolled and twisted leaves
hyssop
noun Etymology: Middle English ysop, from Old English ysope, from Latin hyssopus, from Greek hyssōpos, of Semitic origin; akin to Hebrew ēzōbh hyssop Date: before 12th ...
hyster-
or hystero- combining form Etymology: French or Latin; French hystér-, from Latin hyster-, from Greek, from hystera womb
hysterectomized
adjective see hysterectomy
hysterectomy
noun (plural -mies) Date: circa 1886 surgical removal of the uterus • hysterectomized adjective
hysteresis
noun (plural hystereses) Etymology: New Latin, from Greek hysterēsis shortcoming, from hysterein to be late, fall short, from hysteros later — more at out Date: 1881 a ...
hysteretic
adjective see hysteresis
hysteria
noun Etymology: New Latin, from English hysteric, adjective, from Latin hystericus, from Greek hysterikos, from hystera womb; from the Greek notion that hysteria was peculiar ...
hysteric
I. noun see hysteria II. adjective see hysteria
hysterical
adjective see hysteria
hysterically
adverb see hysteria
hysterics
noun plural but singular or plural in construction Date: 1721 a fit of uncontrollable laughter or crying
hystero-
combining form see hyster-
hysteroid
adjective Date: circa 1855 resembling or tending toward hysteria
hysteron proteron
noun Etymology: Late Latin, from Greek, literally, (the) later earlier, (the) latter first Date: 1565 a figure of speech consisting of the reversal of a natural or rational ...
hysterosalpingogram
noun Date: 1971 a radiograph made by hysterosalpingography
hysterosalpingography
noun (plural -phies) Etymology: hyster- + Latin salping-, salpinx fallopian tube + English -graphy — more at salpingitis Date: 1941 examination of the uterus and fallopian ...
hysteroscope
noun Date: 1860 an endoscope used for hysteroscopy
hysteroscopic
adjective see hysteroscopy
hysteroscopy
noun (plural -pies) Date: 1928 visual examination of the cervix and interior of the uterus with an endoscope • hysteroscopic adjective
hysterotomy
noun (plural -mies) Etymology: New Latin hysterotomia, from hyster- + -tomia -tomy Date: 1801 surgical incision of the uterus; especially cesarean section
Hz
abbreviation hertz
I
I. pronoun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English ic; akin to Old High German ih I, Latin ego, Greek egō Date: before 12th century the one who is speaking or writing ...
i
I. noun (plural i's or is) Usage: often capitalized, often attributive Date: before 12th century 1. a. the 9th letter of the English alphabet b. a graphic ...
I beam
noun Date: circa 1889 an iron or steel beam that is I-shaped in cross section
I formation
noun Date: 1951 an offensive football formation in which the running backs line up in a line directly behind the quarterback — compare T formation
I'd
Date: circa 1592 I would ; I had ; I should
I'll
Date: 1566 I will ; I shall
I'm
Date: 1584 I am
I've
Date: 1586 I have
I-ch'ang
geographical name — see Yichang
I-pin
geographical name — see Yibin
I/O
abbreviation input/output
Ia
or IA abbreviation Iowa
IA
abbreviation see Ia
IAA
abbreviation indoleacetic acid
IAAF
abbreviation International Amateur Athletic Federation
IABA
abbreviation International Amateur Boxing Association
IAEA
abbreviation International Atomic Energy Agency
Iago
noun Date: circa 1605 the villain of Shakespeare's tragedy Othello
IALC
abbreviation instrument approach and landing chart
IAM
abbreviation International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers
iamb
or iambus noun (plural iambs or iambuses) Etymology: Latin iambus, from Greek iambos Date: 1586 a metrical foot consisting of one short syllable followed by one long syllable ...
iambic
adjective or noun see iamb
iambus
noun see iamb
IAP
abbreviation international airport
IAS
abbreviation indicated airspeed
Iasi
or Jassy geographical name city NE Romania population 330,195
IATA
abbreviation International Air Transport Association
iatrogenesis
noun see iatrogenic
iatrogenic
adjective Etymology: Greek iatros physician + English -genic Date: 1924 induced inadvertently by a physician or surgeon or by medical treatment or diagnostic procedures ...
iatrogenically
adverb see iatrogenic
IAU
abbreviation 1. International Association of Universities 2. International Astronomical Union
IB
abbreviation 1. in bond 2. incendiary bomb
Ibadan
geographical name city SW Nigeria NNE of Lagos population 1,263,000
Ibáñez
biographical name Vicente Blasco — see blasco ibanez
Iberia
geographical name 1. ancient Spain 2. Iberian Peninsula 3. ancient region S of the Caucasus W of Colchis in modern Republic of Georgia
Iberian
I. noun Etymology: Iberia, ancient region of the Caucasus Date: 1601 a member of one or more peoples anciently inhabiting the Caucasus in Asia between the Black and Caspian ...
Iberian Peninsula
geographical name peninsula SW Europe between the Mediterranean & the Atlantic occupied by Spain & Portugal
Iberville
biographical name Sieur d' 1661-1706 Pierre Le Moyne French-Canadian explorer & founder of Louisiana
ibex
noun (plural ibex or ibexes) Etymology: Latin Date: 1607 any of several wild goats (genus Capra, especially C. ibex) living chiefly in high mountain areas of the Old World ...
Ibicuí
geographical name river S Brazil in Rio Grande do Sul flowing W into Uruguay River
ibid
abbreviation ibidem
ibidem
adverb Etymology: Latin Date: circa 1771 in the same place
ibis
noun (plural ibis or ibises) Etymology: Middle English, from Latin, from Greek, from Egyptian hbw Date: 14th century any of various chiefly tropical or subtropical wading ...
Ibiza
geographical name island Spain in the Balearics SW of Majorca area about 220 square miles (570 square kilometers)
Ibizan hound
noun Etymology: Ibiza Island Date: 1960 any of a breed of slender medium-sized hunting dogs developed in the Balearic Islands with a short and smooth or a wirehaired coat
Ibn Sa‘ūd
biographical name circa 1880-1953 king of Saudi Arabia (1932-53)
Ibn Zuhr
Latin Avenzoar or Abumeron biographical name circa 1090-1162 Muslim physician
Ibn-Khaldūn
biographical name 1332-1406 Arab historian
Ibn-Rushd
biographical name — see averroes
Ibo
or Igbo noun (plural Ibo or Ibos or Igbo or Igbos) Etymology: Ibo Igbo the Ibo language Date: 1732 1. a member of a people of the area around the lower Niger in Africa 2. ...
Ibrāhīm Pasha
biographical name 1789-1848 Egyptian general & viceroy
IBRD
abbreviation International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
IBS
abbreviation irritable bowel syndrome
Ibsen
biographical name Henrik 1828-1906 Norwegian poet & dramatist • Ibsenian or Ibsenesque adjective
Ibsenesque
adjective see Ibsen
Ibsenian
adjective see Ibsen
Ibsenism
noun Date: 1890 1. dramatic invention or construction characteristic of Ibsen 2. championship of Ibsen's plays and ideas • Ibsenite noun or adjective
Ibsenite
noun or adjective see Ibsenism
ibuprofen
noun Etymology: is- + butyl + propionic acid + -fen (alteration of phenyl) Date: 1967 a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug C13H18O2 used to relieve pain and fever
IC
I. noun Date: 1947 immediate constituent II. noun Date: 1966 integrated circuit
ICA
abbreviation International Cooperative Alliance
Içá
geographical name — see Putumayo
ICAO
abbreviation International Civil Aviation Organization
Icaria
geographical name — see Ikaria • Icarian adjective or noun
Icarian
I. adjective see Icarus II. adjective or noun see Icaria
Icarus
noun Etymology: Latin, from Greek Ikaros Date: 14th century the son of Daedalus who to escape imprisonment flies by means of artificial wings but falls into the sea and ...
ICBM
noun (plural ICBM's or ICBMs) Date: 1955 an intercontinental ballistic missile
ICC
abbreviation 1. International Chamber of Commerce 2. Interstate Commerce Commission
Ice
abbreviation Iceland
ICE
abbreviation 1. internal combustion engine 2. International Cultural Exchange
ice
I. noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English is, from Old English īs; akin to Old High German īs ice, Avestan isu- icy Date: before 12th century 1. a. ...
ice age
noun Date: 1855 1. a time of widespread glaciation 2. capitalized I&A the Pleistocene glacial epoch
ice ax
noun Date: 1820 a combination pick and adze with a spiked handle that is used in mountain climbing
ice bag
noun Date: 1868 a waterproof bag to hold ice for local application of cold to the body
ice cap
noun Date: circa 1860 1. an ice bag shaped to the head 2. a cover of perennial ice and snow; specifically a glacier forming on an extensive area of relatively level land ...
ice cream
noun Date: 1744 a sweet flavored frozen food containing cream or butterfat and usually eggs
ice dancing
noun Date: 1925 a sport in which ice-skating pairs perform to music routines similar to ballroom dances
ice field
noun Date: 1694 1. an extensive sheet of sea ice 2. ice cap 2
ice floe
noun Date: 1819 a usually large flat free mass of floating sea ice
ice fog
noun Date: 1856 a fog composed of ice particles
ice hockey
noun Date: 1883 a game played on an ice rink by two teams of six players on skates whose object is to drive a puck into the opponents' goal with a hockey stick
ice milk
noun Date: 1947 a sweetened frozen food made of skim milk
ice pack
noun Date: 1853 an expanse of pack ice
ice pick
noun Date: circa 1877 a hand tool ending in a spike for chipping ice
ice plant
noun Date: 1753 any of various usually succulent herbs (as of the genera Carpobrotus, Delosperma, and Mesembryanthemum) of the carpetweed family used especially as bedding ...
ice point
noun Date: 1903 the freezing point of water of 0° Celsius or 273.15 kelvins at standard atmospheric pressure
ice sheet
noun Date: 1873 ice cap 2
ice show
noun Date: 1948 an entertainment consisting of various exhibitions by ice-skaters usually with musical accompaniment
ice skate
noun Date: 1897 a shoe with a metal runner attached for ice-skating
ice storm
noun Date: 1876 a storm in which falling rain freezes on contact
ice water
noun Date: 1722 chilled or iced water especially served as a beverage
ice wine
noun Date: 1967 eiswein
ice-cold
adjective Date: before 12th century extremely cold
ice-cream
adjective Date: 1890 of a color similar to that of vanilla ice cream
ice-cream chair
noun Etymology: from its use in ice cream parlors Date: 1949 a small armless chair with a circular seat for use at a table (as at a café)
ice-cream cone
noun Date: 1909 a thin crisp edible cone for holding ice cream; also one filled with ice cream
ice-out
noun Date: 1951 the disappearance of ice from the surface of a body of water (as a lake) as a result of thawing
ice-skate
intransitive verb Date: circa 1948 to skate on ice • ice-skater noun
ice-skater
noun see ice-skate
iceberg
noun Etymology: probably part translation of Danish or Norwegian isberg, from is ice + berg mountain Date: 1820 1. a large floating mass of ice detached from a glacier 2. ...
iceberg lettuce
noun Date: 1893 any of various crisp light green lettuces that when mature have the leaves arranged in a compact head
iceblink
noun Date: 1817 a glare in the sky over an ice field
iceboat
noun Date: 1768 a skeleton boat or frame on runners propelled on ice usually by sails
iceboater
noun see iceboating
iceboating
noun Date: 1879 the sport of sailing in iceboats • iceboater noun
icebound
adjective Date: 1641 surrounded, obstructed, or covered by ice
icebox
noun Date: 1846 refrigerator
icebreaker
noun Date: 1875 1. a ship equipped (as with a reinforced bow) to make and maintain a channel through ice 2. something that breaks the ice on a project or occasion; ...
icefall
noun Date: 1817 1. a frozen waterfall 2. the mass of usually jagged blocks into which a glacier may break when it moves down a steep declivity

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