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augmentative tending or serving to augment. [3 definitions]
augmented made greater or enhanced.
au gratin coated or covered with bread crumbs, and sometimes butter or cheese, and baked until brown.
augur one who predicts the future or tries to obtain hidden knowledge by interpreting signs and omens, esp. an ancient Roman religious official with such a duty; soothsayer. [5 definitions]
augury the art or practice or an instance of predicting the future or obtaining hidden knowledge by interpreting omens. [2 definitions]
August the eighth month of the Gregorian calendar year, having thirty-one days.
august of great majesty or dignity; venerable.
Augustan of or relating to Augustus Caesar, to the period in which he reigned, or to the Latin literature of that period. [3 definitions]
au jus of meat, served in its own juices.
auk any of a group of web-footed, short-winged sea birds that live in colder parts of the Northern Hemisphere and are skilled at swimming and diving.
auklet any of several small auks of the northern Pacific coasts.
au lait made or served with milk.
auld lang syne (Scottish) times long past, esp. when remembered with nostalgia. [2 definitions]
au naturel in a natural or unadulterated state. [3 definitions]
aunt the sister of one's mother or father. [2 definitions]
auntie (informal) aunt.
au pair (French) of or pertaining to an arrangement in which one service or benefit is exchanged for another. [2 definitions]
aura the subtle emanation of a quality or condition of someone or something. [2 definitions]
aural1 of or relating to an aura.
aural2 of or relating to the ear or hearing.
aurar pl. of eyrir.