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There are 15 eight-letter words containing A, E, M, N, O and Y

AERONOMY-aeronomy n. A branch of science that deals with the upper atmosphere of the Earth and the other planets with reference.
AMYLOGEN-amylogen n. The water-soluble part of granulose.
BOGEYMAN-bogeyman n. A menacing, ghost-like monster in children's stories.
bogeyman n. (by extension) Any make-believe threat, especially one used to intimidate or distract.
bogey man n. Alternative spelling of bogeyman.
ENDOGAMY-endogamy n. The practice of marrying or requiring to marry within one's own ethnic, religious, or social group.
endogamy n. (biology) the fusion of two related gametes.
GEOMANCY-geomancy n. A method of divination which interprets markings on the ground or how handfuls of dirt land when tossed.
HOGMENAY-Sorry, definition not available.
LAYWOMEN-laywomen n. plural of laywoman.
MONETARY-monetary adj. Of, pertaining to, or consisting of money.
MONEYBAG-moneybag n. Alternative spelling of money bag.
money bag n. A bag, normally with a drawstring, used for holding money.
money bag n. (in the plural) A wealthy person.
MONEYMAN-moneyman n. Someone tasked with handling money, often specifically a financier.
money man n. Someone who provides the financing for an endeavor.
OVERMANY-overmany pron. Too many.
ROMNEYAS-romneyas n. plural of romneya.
XENOGAMY-xenogamy n. (botany) The transfer of pollen from the anthers of one plant to the stigma of another; cross-pollination.
xenogamy n. Cross-cultural marriage.
YEOMANLY-yeomanly adj. Like a yeoman: stout and true.
yeomanly adj. Of or proper to the class of yeomen in British history.
yeomanly adv. Like a yeoman: stoutly and bravely.
YEOMANRY-yeomanry n. A class of small freeholders who cultivated their own land.
yeomanry n. A British volunteer cavalry force organized in 1761 for home defense and later incorporated into the Territorial.

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