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cislunar lying between the earth and the moon's orbit; on this side of the moon.
Cistercian a member of an order of monks and nuns who follow the Benedictine rule.
cistern a tank or other receptacle for catching and storing water, esp. rainwater.
cistron in biology, the smallest strand of DNA needed for the synthesis of one polypeptide; gene.
citadel a fortress built on a high place in or near a city. [2 definitions]
citation the act of citing or quoting, or the passage or source so cited. [3 definitions]
cite to refer to (a source) in writing or speaking. [5 definitions]
cithara a large lyrelike musical instrument of ancient Greece.
cither see cittern.
citified having or taking the manners, dress, speech, customs, or the like of a person living in a large city.
citify to accustom to city life; cause to adopt urban manners and styles.
citizen a person belonging by birth or naturalization to a political and geographic entity, esp. a nation. (Cf. alien). [2 definitions]
citizenry citizens collectively, considered as an entity.
citizen's arrest a legal arrest by a citizen, rather than an officer of the law, as permitted by common or written law.
citizens band a series of short wave frequencies set aside by the federal government for private use; CB.
citizenship the state of being a citizen. [2 definitions]
citrate in chemistry, a salt or ester of citric acid.
citric of or derived from citrus fruits.
citric acid an acid derived from the juice of the lime, lemon, or pineapple or from the fermentation of sugars, often used as a flavoring.
citriculture the cultivation of citrus fruits.
citrine a lemon yellow color. [2 definitions]