þrombif* cau ac To clot, coagulate. [þromb* + f*]
þrombift* cau pa To clot, coagulate (from/by). [þromb* + ft*]
þul* abs ess sta At great distance from others. Remote, isolated, inaccessible. [Greek Thule]
þulum* chem m tg Thulium. [þul* + -um*]
þum* dis tg Thumb. [IE *teuə- > *tūm- > Germanic *thūmōn-]
þunar* act m itg Detonation. [IE *tón-r̥- > Germanic *thunaraz.]
þunarodj* card dis itg Day of (the god of) thunder, Thursday. [þunar* + dj*]
þunaror* gen act To thunder. [þunar* + r*]
þunarum* chem m tg Thorium. [þunar* + -um*]
þunarumat* m tg Thoron. [þunarum*+ -at*]
þur* inst dis tg Container of perfumery. Thurible, censer, incense burner, incensorium, incensory, sachet. [Latin t(h)ūs/t(h)ūr-]
þuril* dis tg Hole. Particularly one that arises naturally or has a functional purpose. Nostril. [IE *terə- > *tṛ(ə)- > Germanic *thur-ila-]
þuror* gen act To punch holes. [þur* + r*]
þuroraq* inst dis tg Holepuncher. [þur* + raq*]
þym* dis itg Soul. Heart, breast, bosom, inner man. [Greek θυμος (thymos)]
þyn* bio dis tg Genus Thunnus. Tuna. [Greek thýnnos]
þyr* spec dis tg Thyroid. [IE *dhur-? > Greek]
þyrs* abs dis tg ess sta 1. Arranged with a central stalk with branches or stems sprouting forth in any direction.
2. (of zoological organization) Torso.
3. (of botanical organization) Thyrse.
4. Thyrsus. [Greek thýrsos > Vulgar Latin *tursus]
þyrsard* dis tg Garment that covers the torso. Shirt. [þyrs* + -ard*]
þyrupos* rel ess sta m itg Hypothyroidism. [þyr* + -upos*]
þysan* dis tg Edge. Limit of interjacence. Verge, brink, brow, brim, margin, border, confine, skirt, rim, flange, side, mouth; jaws, chops, chaps, fauces; muzzle.
Decoration along edge: Fringe, flounce, frill, list, trimming, edging, skirting, hem, selvage or selvedge, welt; furbelow, valance; frame; exergue. [Greek thysanos "fringe"]
ʒæ* dis tg The letter ezh (Ʒ). [Consonant convention]
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