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Rx abbreviation of "recipe" (Latin); prescription, a directive written by a doctor for the preparation and use of a medicine to treat a designated patient.
-ry variant of -ery.
rye1 a widely cultivated grass, of which the seeds are used for cereal, flour, and other grain products. [4 definitions]
rye2 a Gypsy man.
rye bread bread made entirely or partly with rye flour, often with caraway seeds added.
ryegrass any of several grasses native to Europe and Asia and cultivated in the United States for lawns, pastures, and forage.
-s1 used to form the third person sing. present tense of all regular and most irregular verbs.
-s2 used to form the regular plural of most nouns.
-'s2 used to form the possessive of most singular nouns, some plural nouns not ending in "s," some pronouns, and various noun phrases.
-'s3 shortened form of "is". [3 definitions]
-'s1 shortened form of "us".
S1 abbreviation of "south."
S2 symbol of the chemical element sulfur.
S3 abbreviation of "small."
s the nineteenth letter of the English alphabet. [4 definitions]
S.A. abbreviation of "société anonyme" (French), or "sociedad anonima" (Spanish), or "societa anonima" (Italian); corporation.
sabadilla a tropical American plant of the lily family, with poisonous seeds that are used in insecticides.
Sabbatarian one who observes the Sabbath on Saturday, as Jews and certain Christians. [3 definitions]
Sabbath the day of rest and worship observed by Jews and certain Christians on Saturday, the seventh day of the week. [2 definitions]
Sabbatical (l.c.) used or intended as a period of rest, as a periodic leave of absence. [3 definitions]
sabbatical leave for teachers and some others, a year or half year of freedom from ordinary duties, granted periodically with full or partial salary.