festival and holiday celebrating the resurrection of Jesus
a long, usually slender piece of tallow or wax with an embedded wick that is burned to give light.
any old World plant or shrub belonging to the genus Lavandula, of the mint family
a mechanism or group of parts performing one function or serving one purpose in a complex machine
a special disposal of goods, as at reduced prices
the salt waters that cover the greater part of the earth's surface
a game in which two opposing teams of 11 players each defend goals at opposite ends of a field having goal posts at each end
the currency of any country held on deposit in Europe
the brandy distilled in and shipped from the legally delimited area surrounding the town of Cognac
the old historical neighborhood of Athens
an island in the Mediterranean between Sicily and Africa
a sheet of insulating material used for the mounting and interconnection of components in electronic equipment
the dried flower bud of a tropical tree, used whole or ground as a spice
an annual Christian festival in commemoration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ
a sweet, crystalline substance
a small metal instrument specially cut to fit into a lock and move its bolt
any of various composite plants the flowers of which have a yellow disk and white rays
a flat wire or plastic clip shaped so that it can hold sheets of paper between two of its loops
a portable computer, usually battery powered, small enough to rest on the users lap and having a screen that closes over the keyboard like a lid
a spicy or aromatic odor or fragrance.
a voyage or excursion, especially in a sailing vessel
a strong aniseed-flavoured spirit from Greece
the first meal of the day; morning meal
a white sheep or goat cheese popular in Greece
such a plant when valued for its medicinal properties, flavor, scent, or the like.
the annual festival of the Christian church commemorating the birth of Jesus
any tree or shrub belonging to the genus Ficus
the northern half of an island in the Spree river
also called vegetable gold. a crocus, Crocus sativus, having showy purple flowers.
any shrub or small tree belonging to the genus Corylus
any plant of the genus Piper
a small or inexpensive restaurant or coffee bar, serving light meals and refreshments
Greek savory pastry. It is filled with spinach, feta cheese, eggs, onions, and seasoning
any of a class of pungent or aromatic substances of vegetable origin
the aromatic inner bark of any of several East Indian trees belonging to the genus Cinnamonum
small cubes of plastic, ivory, bone, or wood, marked on each side with one to six spots
supposed to bring gifts to children on Christmas Eve
a clock with a bell or buzzer that can be set to sound at a particular time, as to awaken someone.
an oil expressed from the olive fruit, used in cooking, in salad dressings, in medicine, etc.
public celebration or parade combining some elements of a circus, masks, and a public street party
a Greek island in the S Aegean, in the Cyclades group
a drink consisting of an infusion of the roasted and ground or crushed seeds of the coffee tree
the starchy seeds or grain of an annual marsh grass, Oryza sativa
the fruit of this plant, which has a hard green rind and sweet watery reddish flesh
a device to compensate for defective vision
an individual cup-shaped quick bread made with wheat flour, cornmeal, or the like, and baked in a pan containing a series of cuplike forms
the capital of Italy, on the River Tiber
a day, usually the third Sunday in June, set aside in honor of fathers.
an instrument used in auscultation to convey sounds in the chest or other parts of the body to the ear of the examiner.
a type of podium is used to honour the top three competitors in events
Rich brioche-like breads are known by various Greek names that represent major holidays
a city in and the capital of Greece
a sheet of smooth, hard material, especially dark slate, used in schools, lecture rooms, etc., for writing or drawing on with chalk
a game in which clubs with wooden or metal heads are used to hit a small, white ball into a number of holes
a crystalline compound, sodium chloride, NaCl, occurring as a mineral, a constituent of seawater, etc
a beverage consisting of a decoction or infusion of the roasted ground or crushed seeds
a flat, open-faced baked pie of Italian origin, consisting of a thin layer of bread dough topped with spiced tomato sauce and cheese
an upright shaft or structure, of stone, brick, or other material
a game played by two teams of usually five players each on a rectangular court having a raised basket
a game for two persons played on a board having two tables or parts, each marked with 12 points, and with both players having 15 pieces that are moved in accordance with throws of the dice
the large plant family Leguminosae
a gymnastic apparatus consisting of two wooden or metal balls connected by a short bar serving as a handle, used as a weight for exercising
a portable or detachable lock with a pivoted or sliding shackle that can be passed through a link, ring, staple, or the like
any of a group of organic substances essential in small quantities to normal metabolism
a white, starchy pasta of Italian origin that is made in the form of long strings, boiled, and served with any of a variety of meat, tomato, or other sauces
an expanse of sand or pebbles along a shore
the roundish reproductive body produced by the female of certain animals
to go from one place to another, as by car, train, plane, or ship
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a soft solid or thick liquid containing medicaments or other specific ingredients, applied externally for a prophylactic, therapeutic, or cosmetic purpose
an art of sound in time that expresses ideas and emotions in significant forms through the elements of rhythm
Audio. a headset designed for use with a stereo system.
a covering for all or part of the face, worn to conceal one's identity
to look at, read, or examine for information
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a city in and the capital of Hungary, in the central part, on the Danube River
a block, usually of metal and generally square or hexagonal, perforated with a threaded hole so that it can be screwed down on a bolt to hold together objects through which the bolt passes.
celebrated on December 25 and now generally observed as a legal holiday and an occasion for exchanging gifts.