An open space between cultivated fields through which cattle are driven, and where the cows are sometimes milked; also, a lane.
Belonging to the place or country by birth
We are a knitwear fashion house of colour, energy, and pure obsession for the craft.
A female given name.
"Laugh," in Spanish
An islet, especially in a river
A group of birds consisting of the kingfishers
Having trouble breathing
Middle English forms of city.
A Crowding of Arctic Animals at Holes in the Sea Ice.
One who forms or holds an opinion.
The state of different areas or groups being joined together to form a single country or organization.
A small, soft, red fruit that you can eat raw in salads or cooked as a vegetable.
A Philippine name of the nuts of the pilaui-tree, Canarium Luzonicum. They are nearly triangular in cross-section and are pointed at each end. The oily kernel has an almond-like flavor and is eaten by the natives.
The obsolete of to plunge.
Any of various types of Russian and former Soviet fighter aircraft
A small genus of showy North American perennial grasses having ample panicles of 2-edged spikelets of which the lowermost glumes are empty and including several that are valued as sand stabilizers
"C'era ___ volta..." (Italian fairy tale starter)
What students and employees enjoy during Thanksgiving
To disgrace greatly
Instrument used to measure specific gravity in urine, now largely replaced by the dipstick method.
Act like a peacock
Keeping a quiet steady attitude or pace.
A male escort at a wedding. (obsolete)
White, earthy powder used for optical glass
A simple shelter usually in a field for cattle or hay.
"An ___ of Darkness" (travelogue of India by V.S. Naipaul)
One in a superior position in life.
About 14 gallons in Budapest
2,800-mile river in Siberia.
A hard opaque red glass made by the ancients
A genus of East Indian woody vines (family Menispermaceae) having dioecious flowers and very numerous stamens.
"Hey ___" (Steely Dan hit)
Bulge in a trunk
"It's their ___"
The state or feeling of being disturbed or agitated.
"Everything's Coming Up Roses" musical
"Ali" actress Gaye
Worthy or deserving of chastisement.
Something rotten or repulsive
Center for Innovation in Territory, Urbanism, and Architecture
If you drink it, especially by taking small amounts.
Artist of a sort.
If something becomes less interesting or less enjoyable after a period of time.
One of three primal qualities or elements of matter according to Sankhya philosophy
A preservative of teeth (6)
Like an owl
"Monkey see, monkey do"
"Hard Hearted Hannah (The ___ of Savannah)"
Captured, in old poems
A plot of cultivated land, in India.
A Scot and northern English dialect word for a fox.