6-letter words containing c, h

  • -archy — government; rule
  • -chore — (in botany) indicating a plant distributed by a certain means
  • -holic — indicating a person having an abnormal desire for or dependence on
  • -machy — struggle or contest
  • -watch — indicating a regular television programme or newspaper feature on the topic specified
  • 68hc11 — Motorola 68HC11
  • aachen — a city and spa in W Germany, in North Rhine-Westphalia: the northern capital of Charlemagne's empire. Pop: 256 605 (2003 est)
  • achaea — a department of Greece, in the N Peloponnese. Capital: Patras. Pop: 318 928 (2001). Area: 3209 sq km (1239 sq miles)
  • achage — pain, a state of aching
  • achebe — Chinua. 1930–2013, Nigerian novelist. His works include Things Fall Apart (1958), A Man of the People (1966), and Anthills of the Savannah (1987)
  • achene — a dry one-seeded indehiscent fruit with the seed distinct from the fruit wall. It may be smooth, as in the buttercup, or feathery, as in clematis
  • achest — Archaic second-person singular form of ache.
  • achill — an island off the coast of NW Ireland. 14 miles (23 km) long; 11 miles (18 km) wide.
  • aching — causing physical pain or distress: treatment for an aching back.
  • achish — the king of the Philistine city of Gath, who twice gave refuge to David. I Sam. 21:10–15.
  • achkan — a type of man's coat, knee-length or longer and long-sleeved, worn in South Asia, traditionally by the Muslim and Sikh aristocracy of Northern India
  • achsah — the daughter of Caleb who was promised in marriage to the conqueror of the city of Debir. Josh. 15:16–19; Judges 1:12–15.
  • ad hoc — An ad hoc activity or organization is done or formed only because a situation has made it necessary and is not planned in advance.
  • anarch — an instigator or personification of anarchy
  • anchal — Lb Nepal any administrative zone of Nepal.
  • anchor — An anchor is a heavy hooked object that is dropped from a boat into the water at the end of a chain in order to make the boat stay in one place.
  • anchos — Plural form of ancho.
  • apache — a member of a North American Indian people, formerly nomadic and warlike, inhabiting the southwestern US and N Mexico
  • archbp — archbishop
  • archd. — archdeacon
  • arched — An arched roof, window, or doorway is curved at the top.
  • archer — An archer is someone who shoots arrows using a bow.
  • arches — Obsolete. a person who is preeminent; a chief.
  • archet — Lb musical instruments violin box.
  • archi- — chief, first
  • archieArchibald Lee ("Archie") 1913–1998, U.S. boxer.
  • archil — orchil
  • archly — in an arch manner; pertly and mischievously
  • archon — (in ancient Athens) one of the nine chief magistrates
  • arcsch — (mathematics) The area hyperbolic cosecant function, i.e., the inverse hyperbolic cosecant function.
  • areach — to reach
  • ascham — Roger. ?1515–68, English humanist writer and classical scholar: tutor to Queen Elizabeth I
  • ashcan — a large can for ashes and trash
  • attach — If you attach something to an object, you join it or fasten it to the object.
  • auroch — Alternative spelling of aurochs.
  • avouch — to vouch for; guarantee
  • awatch — watching or looking out for
  • bached — Simple past tense and past participle of bach.
  • balche — (among the Yucatec Maya) a drink made from the bark of a leguminous tree, Lonchocarpus violaceus, which is soaked in honey and water and fermented.
  • baluch — Baluchi.
  • baruch — a disciple of Jeremiah (Jeremiah 32–36)
  • bauchi — a state of N Nigeria; tin mining. Capital: Bauchi. Pop: 4 676 465 (2006). Area: 45 837 sq km (17 698 sq miles)
  • beachy — covered with gentle sandy slopes
  • bechar — a city in NW Algeria: an oasis. Pop: 149 000 (2005 est)
  • bechet — Sidney (Joseph). 1897–1959, US jazz soprano saxophonist and clarinettist

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