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advised up-to-date, as on plans or developments; informed. [1/2 definitions]
amusement park an outdoor place offering games, rides on merry-go-rounds and roller coasters, and the like, and refreshments.
Anglo-Saxon of, pertaining to, or characteristic of Anglo-Saxons or their language, culture, or the like. [1/5 definitions]
archiblast the outer layer of an embryo in a very early, two-layered stage of development. [1/2 definitions]
Armenian the Indo-European language of Armenia. [1/3 definitions]
Aryan a person belonging to or claiming to be a descendant of the prehistoric peoples who spoke the hypothetical parent language of Indo-Europeans. [1/4 definitions]
au courant in the current (French); knowledgeable about current events or other matters of the moment; up-to-date.
AV abbreviation of "audio-visual," having both sound and a picture, as does film.
Bactrian camel a two-humped camel that is native to central Asia and that is stockier and hairier than an Arabian camel. (Cf. dromedary.)
Baltic of, designating, or pertaining to a group of Indo-European languages that includes Lithuanian and Old Prussian. [1/2 definitions]
bee fly any of several two-winged flies that resemble bees and that feed on pollen and nectar.
bicentenary a two-hundred-year anniversary; bicentennial. [1/2 definitions]
bicentennial pertaining to a two-hundred-year anniversary. [2/4 definitions]
biennial a plant with a two-year life cycle. [1/5 definitions]
bikini a very brief, two-piece bathing suit for women, or underpants cut like the bottom half of this bathing suit.
biped a two-footed animal. [2 definitions]
biting midge any of several tiny two-winged biting insects, similar to gnats, that attack in swarms.
Boston cream pie a two-layer cake with a custard filling and chocolate icing.
breadthwise in the side-to-side direction.
brig a two-masted sailing vessel with square-rigged sails. [1/2 definitions]
brigantine a two-masted sailing vessel with square-rigged sails on the front mast and a fore-and-aft mainsail.