|ADIPSIA||-||adipsia n. (medicine) Absence of thirst.|
|AIRSHIP||-||airship n. A lighter-than-air aircraft that can be propelled forward through the air as well as steered.|
airship n. (informal) Any aircraft.
airship v. To transport goods by aircraft.
|ASPIDIA||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|ASPIRIN||-||aspirin n. (uncountable, pharmacology) An analgesic drug, acetylsalicylic acid.|
aspirin n. (countable) A tablet containing this substance.
Aspirin p.n. (pharmacology) A marketed variety of acetylsalicylic acid.
|DIAPIRS||-||diapirs n. plural of diapir.|
|DIAPSID||-||diapsid n. (zoology) Any of very many reptiles, of the subclass Diapsida, that have a pair of openings in the skull.|
|EPISCIA||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|IMPAIRS||-||impairs v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of impair.|
|PACHISI||-||pachisi n. An ancient Indian board game in which players, throwing dice, shells, etc. to determine the distance of.|
|PAINIMS||-||painims n. plural of painim.|
|PAKIHIS||-||pakihis n. plural of pakihi.|
|PIANISM||-||pianism n. (music) One's way of playing the piano.|
|PIANIST||-||pianist n. A person who plays the piano, particularly with skill or as part of an orchestra.|
pianist n. (WWII) A spy using radio or wireless telegraphy to keep in touch with headquarters during the Second World.
|PIARIST||-||Piarist n. A member of the Order of Poor Clerics Regular of the Mother of God of the Pious Schools, a Catholic educational.|
|PISCINA||-||piscina n. A drained basin near a church's altar for the disposal of water from liturgical ablutions.|
|SILPHIA||-||silphia n. plural of silphium.|
|SIMPAIS||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|SINOPIA||-||sinopia n. A reddish-brown ochre-like pigment, derived from sinople, used in traditional oil painting and as the.|
sinopia n. The rough sketch (executed in sinopia) which underlies a fresco.
|WAPITIS||-||wapitis n. plural of wapiti.|