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AAGP

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There are 16 six-letter words containing 2A, G and P

AGAPAE-agapae n. plural of agape.
AGAPAI-Sorry, definition not available.
AGAPES-Sorry, definition not available.
AIRGAP-airgap n. A gap where there is a vacuum (not actually air), used to reduce power consumption in microelectronics.
airgap n. Alternative spelling of air gap.
air gap n. (networking, computer security) A network security measure that consists of ensuring that a secure computer.
GRAMPA-grampa n. (informal) grandfather.
GRAPPA-grappa n. (uncountable) An Italian grape-based spirit of between 80 and 100 proof, made from the distillation of.
grappa n. (countable) A variety or serving of grappa.
PADANG-Sorry, definition not available.
PADNAG-padnag n. An ambling nag.
PAGANS-pagans n. plural of pagan.
PAGODA-pagoda n. An Asian religious building, especially a multistory Buddhist tower, erected as a shrine or temple.
pagoda n. An ornamental structure, of that design, erected in a park or garden.
pagoda n. (historical) A unit of currency, a coin made of gold or half gold, issued by various dynasties in medieval.
PALAGI-palagi n. (Western Polynesia, New Zealand) A white person; a Caucasian.
PANGAS-pangas n. plural of panga.
PARAGE-parage n. (archaic) Lineage, parentage; rank, especially as high or noble.
parage n. A feudal institution that recognizes equality of rights and status between two rulers, and equality in.
PARANG-parang n. A short, heavy, straight-edged knife used in Malaysia and Indonesia as a tool and weapon.
parang n. A style of music originating from Trinidad and Tobago, strongly influenced by Venezuelan music.
PAVAGE-pavage n. Alternative form of paviage.
PLAGAL-plagal adj. (music) Designating a mode lying a perfect fourth below the authentic form.
plagal adj. (music) Designating a cadence in which the subdominant chord precedes the tonic.

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