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X  () X, the twenty-fourth letter of the English alphabet, ...
X rays  (n. pl.) Alt. of X-rays ...
X-ray tube  () A vacuum tube suitable for producing Rontgen rays. ...
X-rays  (n. pl.) The Rontgen rays; -- so called by ...
Xanthamide  (n.) An amido derivative of xanthic acid obtained as ...
Xanthate  (n.) A salt of xanthic; a xanthogenate. ...
Xanthelasma  (n.) See Xanthoma. ...
Xanthian  (a.) Of or pertaining to Xanthus, an ancient town ...
Xanthic  (a.) Tending toward a yellow color, or to one ...
Xanthic  (a.) Possessing, imparting, or producing a yellow color; as, ...
Xanthic  (a.) Of or pertaining to xanthic acid, or its ...
Xanthic  (a.) Of or pertaining to xanthin. ...
Xanthide  (n.) A compound or derivative of xanthogen. ...
Xanthidia  (pl. ) of Xanthidium ...
Xanthidium  (n.) A genus of minute unicellular algae of the ...
Xanthin  (n.) A crystalline nitrogenous body closely related to both ...
Xanthin  (n.) A yellow insoluble coloring matter extracted from yellow ...
Xanthin  (n.) One of the gaseous or volatile decomposition products ...
Xanthin  () A white microcrystalline nitrogenous compound, C5H4O2N4, present in ...
Xanthine  () Alt. of Xanthin ...
Xanthinine  (n.) A complex nitrogenous substance related to urea and ...
Xanthium  (n.) A genus of composite plants in which the ...
Xantho-  () A combining form from Gr. xanqo`s yellow; as ...
Xanthocarpous  (a.) Having yellow fruit. ...
Xanthochroi  (n. pl.) A division of the Caucasian races, comprising ...
Xanthochroic  (a.) Having a yellowish or fair complexion; of or ...
Xanthochroid  (a.) Having a yellowish or fair complexion. ...
Xanthochroid  (n.) A person having xanthochroid traits. ...
Xanthochroism  (n.) Abnormal coloration of feathers in which yellow replaces ...
Xanthodontous  (a.) Having yellow teeth. ...
Xanthogen  (n.) The hypothetical radical supposed to be characteristic of ...
Xanthogen  (n.) Persulphocyanogen. ...
Xanthogenate  (n.) A salt of xanthic acid. ...
Xanthogenic  (a.) Producing a yellow color or compound; xanthic. ...
Xanthoma  (n.) A skin disease marked by the development or ...
Xanthomatous  (a.) Of or pertaining to xanthoma. ...
Xanthomelanous  (a.) Of or pertaining to the lighter division of ...
Xanthophane  (n.) The yellow pigment present in the inner segments ...
Xanthophyll  (n.) A yellow coloring matter found in yellow autumn ...
Xanthopous  (a.) Having a yellow stipe, or stem. ...
Xanthoproteic  (a.) Pertaining to, or derived from, xanthoprotein; showing the ...
Xanthoprotein  (n.) A yellow acid substance formed by the action ...
Xanthopuccine  (n.) One of three alkaloids found in the root ...
Xanthorhamnin  (n.) A glucoside extracted from Persian berries as a ...
Xanthorhiza  (n.) A genus of shrubby ranunculaceous plants of North ...
Xanthorhoea  (n.) A genus of endogenous plants, native to Australia, ...
Xanthose  (n.) An orange-yellow substance found in pigment spots of ...
Xanthosis  (n.) The yellow discoloration often observed in cancerous tumors. ...
Xanthospermous  (a.) Having yellow seeds. ...
Xanthous  (a.) Yellow; specifically (Ethnol.), of or pertaining to those ...
Xanthoxylene  (n.) A liquid hydrocarbon of the terpene series extracted ...
Xanthoxylum  (n.) A genus of prickly shrubs or small trees, ...
Xebec  (n.) A small three-masted vessel, with projecting bow stern ...
Xeme  (n.) An Arctic fork-tailed gull (Xema Sabinii). ...
Xenelasia  (n.) A Spartan institution which prohibited strangers from residing ...
Xenia  (pl. ) of Xenium ...
Xenium  (n.) A present given to a guest or stranger, ...
Xenodochium  (n.) A house for the reception of strangers. ...
Xenodochium  (n.) In the Middle Ages, a room in a ...
Xenodochy  (n.) Reception of strangers; hospitality. ...
Xenogamy  (n.) Cross fertilization. ...
Xenogenesis  (n.) Same as Heterogenesis. ...
Xenogenesis  (n.) The fancied production of an organism of one ...
Xenogenetic  (a.) Of or pertaining to xenogenesis; as, the xenogenetic ...
Xenomania  (n.) A mania for, or an inordinate attachment to, ...
Xenomi  (n. pl.) A suborder of soft-rayed fresh-water fishes of ...
Xenon  (n.) A very heavy, inert gaseous element occurring in ...
Xenopterygii  (n. pl.) A suborder of fishes including Gobiesox and ...
Xenotime  (n.) A native phosphate of yttrium occurring in yellowish-brown ...
Xenurine  (n.) A cabassou. ...
Xenyl  (n.) The radical characteristic of xenylic compounds. ...
Xenylic  (a.) Pertaining to, derived from, designating, certain amido compounds ...
Xeraphim  (n.) An old money of account in Bombay, equal ...
Xeres  (n.) Sherry. See Sherry. ...
Xerif  (n.) A shereef. ...
Xeriff  (n.) A gold coin formerly current in Egypt and ...
Xeroderma  (n.) Ichthyosis. ...
Xeroderma  (n.) A skin disease characterized by the presence of ...
Xeronate  (n.) A salt of xeronic acid. ...
Xeronic  (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, an acid, C8H12O4, related ...
Xerophagy  (n.) Among the primitive Christians, the living on a ...
Xerophilous  (a.) Drought-loving; able withstand the absence or lack of ...
Xerophthalmia  (n.) An abnormal dryness of the eyeball produced usually ...
Xerophthalmy  (n.) Xerophthalmia. ...
Xiphias  (n.) A genus of fishes comprising the common swordfish. ...
Xiphias  (n.) The constellation Dorado. ...
Xiphias  (n.) A comet shaped like a sword ...
Xiphidium  (n.) A genus of plants of the order Haemodraceae, ...
Xiphioid  (a.) Of, pertaining to, or resembling, a cetacean of ...
Xiphiplastra  (pl. ) of Xiphiplastron ...
Xiphiplastron  (n.) The posterior, or fourth, lateral plate in the ...
Xiphisterna  (pl. ) of Xiphisternum ...
Xiphisternum  (n.) The posterior segment, or extremity, of the sternum; ...
Xiphisternum  (n.) The xiphiplastron. ...
Xiphius  (n.) A genus of cetaceans having a long, pointed, ...
Xiphodon  (n.) An extinct genus of artiodactylous mammals found in ...
Xiphoid  (a.) Like a sword; ensiform. ...
Xiphoid  (a.) Of or pertaining to the xiphoid process; xiphoidian. ...
Xiphoidian  (a.) Xiphoid. ...
Xiphophyllous  (a.) Having sword-shaped leaves. ...
Xiphosura  (n. pl.) See Xiphura. ...
Xiphura  (n. pl.) Same as Limuloidea. Called also Xiphosura. ...
XP  () The first two letters of the Greek word ...
Xylamide  (n.) An acid amide derivative of xylic acid, obtained ...
Xylan  (n.) A gummy substance of the pentosan class, present ...
Xylanthrax  (n.) Wood coal, or charcoal; -- so called in ...
Xylate  (n.) A salt of xylic acid. ...
Xylem  (n.) That portion of a fibrovascular bundle which has ...
Xylene  (n.) Any of a group of three metameric hydrocarbons ...
Xylenol  (n.) Any one of six metameric phenol derivatives of ...
Xyletic  (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, a complex acid related ...
Xylic  (a.) Pertaining to, derived from, or related to, xylene; ...
Xylidic  (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, either one of two ...
Xylidine  (n.) Any one of six metameric hydrocarbons, (CH3)2.C6H3.NH2, resembling ...
Xylindein  (n.) A green or blue pigment produced by Peziza ...
Xylite  (n.) A liquid hydrocarbon found in crude wood spirits. ...
Xylitone  (n.) A yellow oil having a geraniumlike odor, produced ...
Xylo-  () A combining form from Gr. xy`lon wood; as ...
Xylobalsamum  (n.) The dried twigs of a Syrian tree (Balsamodendron ...
Xylocarpous  (a.) Bearing fruit which becomes hard or woody. ...
Xylocopa  (n.) A genus of hymenopterous insects including the carpenter. ...
Xylogen  (n.) Nascent wood; wood cells in a forming state. ...
Xylogen  (n.) Lignin. ...
Xylograph  (n.) An engraving on wood, or the impression from ...
Xylographer  (n.) One who practices xylography. ...
Xylographic  (a.) Alt. of Xylographical ...
Xylographical  (a.) Of or pertaining to xylography, or wood engraving. ...
Xylography  (n.) The art of engraving on wood. ...
Xylography  (n.) The art of making prints from the natural ...
Xylography  (n.) A method pf printing in colors upon wood ...
Xyloid  (a.) Resembling wood; having the nature of wood. ...
Xyloidin  (n.) A substance resembling pyroxylin, obtained by the action ...
Xylol  (n.) Same as Xylene. ...
Xylology  (n.) The branch of dendrology treating of the gross ...
Xylonite  (n.) See Zylonite. ...
Xylophaga  (n.) A genus of marine bivalves which bore holes ...
Xylophagan  (n.) One of a tribe of beetles whose larvae ...
Xylophagan  (n.) Any species of Xylophaga. ...
Xylophagan  (n.) Any one of the Xylophagides. ...
Xylophagides  (n. pl.) A tribe or family of dipterous flies ...
Xylophagous  (a.) Eating, boring in, or destroying, wood; -- said ...
Xylophagous  (a.) Of or pertaining to the genus Xylophaga. ...
Xylophilan  (n.) One of a tribe of beetles (Xylophili) whose ...
Xylophilous  (a.) Of or pertaining to the xylophilans. ...
Xylophone  (n.) An instrument common among the Russians, Poles, and ...
Xylophone  (n.) An instrument to determine the vibrative properties of ...
Xyloplastic  (a.) Formed of wood pulp by molds; relating to ...
Xylopyrography  (n.) The art or practice of burning pictures on ...
Xyloquinone  (n.) Any one of a group of quinone compounds ...
Xylorcin  (n.) A derivative of xylene obtained as a white ...
Xylose  (n.) An unfermentable sugar of the pentose class, C5H10O5, ...
Xylostein  (n.) A glucoside found in the poisonous berries of ...
Xylotile  (n.) Same as Parkesine. ...
Xylotomist  (n.) One versed or engaged in xylotomy. ...
Xylotomous  (a.) Capable of boring or cutting wood; -- said ...
Xylotomy  (n.) Art of preparing sections (transverse, tangential, or radial) ...
Xylotrya  (n.) A genus of marine bivalves closely allied to ...
Xylyl  (n.) Any one of three metameric radicals which are ...
Xylylene  (n.) Any one of three metameric radicals, CH2.C6H4.CH2, derived ...
Xyridaceous  (a.) Of or pertaining to a natural order (Xyrideae) ...
Xyris  (n.) A genus of endogenous herbs with grassy leaves ...
Xyst  (n.) Alt. of Xystus ...
Xystarch  (n.) An office/ having the superintendence of the xyst. ...
Xyster  (n.) An instrument for scraping bones. ...
Xystus  (n.) A long and open portico, for athletic exercises, ...
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