Saturday, September 29, 2012

3-Letter Scrabble Words: Featuring Front and Back Hooks to 2-Letter Words

Front Hooks (arranged alphabetically by the 2-letter words appearing after the front hook)

BAA    to bleat (to utter the cry of a sheep) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
CAB    to take or drive a taxicab [v CABBED, CABBING, CABS]
DAB    to touch lightly [v DABBED, DABBING, DABS]
FAB     something created or constructed [n -S] / fabulous (almost unbelievable) [adj FABBER, FABBEST]
GAB    to chatter (to talk rapidly and trivially) [v GABBED, GABBING, GABS]
JAB     to poke sharply [v JABBED, JABBING, JABS]
KAB    an ancient Hebrew unit of measure [n -S]
LAB     a laboratory [n -S]
NAB    to capture or arrest [v NABBED, NABBING, NABS]
SAB     to sob (to cry with a convulsive catching of the breath) [v SABBED, SABBING, SABS]
TAB     to name or designate [v TABBED, TABBING, TABS]
WAB   a web [n -S]
BAD    very good [adj BADDER, BADDEST] / not good in any way [adj WORSE, WORST] / something that is bad [n -S]
CAD    an ungentlemanly man [n -S]
DAD    father [n -S]
FAD    a practice or interest that enjoys brief popularity [n -S]
GAD    to roam about restlessly [v GADDED, GADDING, GADS]
HAD    HAVE, to be in possession of [v]
LAD    a boy or youth [n -S] : LADDISH ~adj
MAD   insane (mentally unsound) [adj MADDER, MADDEST] / to madden (to make or become mad) [v MADDED, MADDING, MADS]
PAD    to line or stuff with soft material [v PADDED, PADDING, PADS]
RAD    to fear (to be afraid of) [v RADDED, RADDING, RADS]
SAD    unhappy (marked by joy) [adj SADDER, SADDEST]
TAD    a small boy (a male child (a young person)) [n -S]
WAD   to form into a wad (a small mass of soft material) [v WADDED, WADDING, WADS]
GAE    to go (to move along) [v GAED, GANE or GAEN, GAEING or GAUN, GAES]
HAE    to have (to be in possession of) [v HAED, HAEN, HAEING, HAES]
KAE    a bird resembling a crow [n -S]
MAE    more (a greater amount) [n -S]
NAE    no; not [adv]
SAE     so [adv]
TAE     to (in the direction of) [prep]
WAE   woe (tremendous grief) [n -S]
BAG    to put into a bag (a flexible container) [v BAGGED, BAGGING, BAGS]
DAG    a hanging end or shred [n -S]
FAG    to make weary by hard work [v FAGGED, FAGGING, FAGS]
GAG    to stop up the mouth [v GAGGED, GAGGING, GAGS]
HAG    to hack (to cut or chop roughly) [v HAGGED, HAGGING, HAGS]
JAG     to cut unevenly [v JAGGED, JAGGING, JAGS]
LAG    to stay or fall behind [v LAGGED, LAGGING, LAGS]
MAG   a magazine (a type of periodical publication) [n -S]
NAG    to find fault incessantly [v NAGGED, NAGGING, NAGS]
RAG    to scold (to rebuke harshly) [v RAGGED, RAGGING, RAGS]
SAG    to bend or sink downward from weight or pressure [v SAGGED, SAGGING, SAGS]
TAG    to provide with a tag (an identifying marker) [v TAGGED, TAGGING, TAGS]
WAG   to move briskly up and down or to and fro [v WAGGED, WAGGING, WAGS]
YAG    a synthetic garnet [n -S]
ZAG    to turn sharply [v ZAGGED, ZAGGING, ZAGS]
AAH    to exclaim in amazement, joy, or surprise [v -ED, -ING, -S]
BAH    an exclamation of disgust [interj]
DAH    a dash in Morse code [n -S]
HAH    ha (a sound of surprise) [n -S]
NAH    no [adv]
PAH    used as an exclamation of disgust [interj]
RAH    used to cheer on a team or player [interj]
YAH    used as an exclamation of disgust [interj]
RAI      a style of popular Algerian music [n -S]
AAL    an East Indian shrub [n -S]
BAL     a balmoral (a type of shoe (a covering for the foot)) [n -S]
DAL    a dish of lentils and spices in India [n -S]
GAL    a girl (a female child (a young person)) [n -S]
PAL     to associate as friends [v PALLED, PALLING, PALS]
SAL     salt [n -S]
BAM   to strike with a dull resounding noise [v BAMMED, BAMMING, BAMS]
CAM   a rotating or sliding piece of machinery [n -S]
DAM   to build a barrier to obstruct the flow of water [v DAMMED, DAMMING, DAMS]
GAM   to visit socially [v GAMMED, GAMMING, GAMS]
HAM   to overact (to act with exaggeration) [v HAMMED, HAMMING, HAMS]
JAM    to force together tightly [v JAMMED, JAMMING, JAMS] : JAMMABLE ~adj
LAM    to flee hastily [v LAMMED, LAMMING, LAMS]
NAM   NIM, to steal (to take without right or permission) [v]
PAM    the jack of clubs in certain card games [n -S]
RAM   to strike with great force [v RAMMED, RAMMING, RAMS]
TAM    a tight-fitting Scottish cap [n -S]
YAM   a plant having an edible root [n -S]
BAN    a monetary unit of Romania [n BANI] / to prohibit (to forbid by authority) [v BANNED, BANNING, BANS]
CAN    to put in a can (a cylindrical container) [v CANNED, CANNING, CANS]
DAN    a level of skill in martial arts [n -S]
FAN    to cool or refresh with a fan (a device for putting air into motion) [v FANNED, FANNING, FANS]
GAN    GIN, to begin (to start (to set out)) [v]
MAN   an adult human male [n MEN] / to supply with men [v MANNED, MANNING, MANS]
NAN   a round flat bread [n -S]
PAN    to criticize harshly [v PANNED, PANNING, PANS]
RAN    RUN, to move by rapid steps [v]
TAN    brown from the sun's rays [adj TANNER, TANNEST] / to convert hide into leather by soaking in chemicals [v TANNED, TANNING, TANS]
VAN    to transport in a van (a type of motor vehicle) [v VANNED, VANNING, VANS]
WAN   unnaturally pale [adj WANNER, WANNEST] / to become wan [v WANNED, WANNING, WANS]
BAR    to exclude (to shut out) [v BARRED, BARRING, BARS]
CAR    an automobile [n -S]
EAR     to form the fruiting head of a cereal [v -ED, -ING, -S]
FAR     at or to a great distance [adv FARTHER, FARTHEST or FURTHER, FURTHEST]
GAR    to cause or compel [v GARRED, GARRING, GARS]
JAR     to cause to shake [v JARRED, JARRING, JARS]
LAR     a tutelary god or spirit of an ancient Roman household [n -ES or -S]
MAR   to detract from the perfection or wholeness of [v MARRED, MARRING, MARS]
OAR    to propel with oars (long, broad-bladed poles) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
PAR     to shoot in a standard number of strokes in golf [v PARRED, PARRING, PARS]
TAR     to cover with tar (a black viscous liquid) [v TARRED, TARRING, TARS]
VAR    a unit of reactive power [n -S]
WAR   to engage in war (a state of open, armed conflict) [v WARRED, WARRING, WARS]
YAR    yare (nimble (agile (able to move quickly and easily))) [adj]
AAS    AA, rough, cindery lava [n]
BAS     BA, the eternal soul, in Egyptian mythology [n]
FAS     FA, the fourth tone of the diatonic musical scale [n]
GAS    to supply with gas (a substance capable of indefinite expansion) [v GASSED, GASSING, GASES or GASSES]
HAS    HAVE, to be in possession of [v]
KAS    a large cupboard (a cabinet (a piece of furniture with shelves and drawers)) [n KAS]
LAS     LA, the sixth tone of the diatonic musical scale [n]
MAS    MA, mother [n]
PAS     a dance step [n PAS]
RAS     an Ethiopian prince [n -ES]
TAS     TA, an expression of gratitude [n]
VAS    an anatomical duct [n VASA] : VASAL ~adj
WAS   BE, to have actuality [v]
ZAS     ZA, a pizza (an Italian open pie) [n]
BAT     to hit a baseball [v BATTED, BATTING, BATS]
CAT    to hoist an anchor to the cathead [v CATTED, CATTING, CATS]
EAT     to consume food [v ATE or ET, EATEN, EATING, EATS]
FAT     having an abundance of flesh [adj FATTER, FATTEST] / to make fat [v FATTED, FATTING, FATS]
GAT    a pistol [n -S]
HAT    to provide with a hat (a covering for the head) [v HATTED, HATTING, HATS]
KAT    an evergreen shrub [n -S]
LAT     a muscle of the back [n -S]
MAT    to pack down so as to form a dense mass [v MATTED, MATTING, MATS]
OAT    a cereal grass [n -S]
PAT     to touch lightly [v PATTED, PATTING, PATS]
QAT    kat (an evergreen shrub) [n -S]
RAT     to hunt rats (long-tailed rodents) [v RATTED, RATTING, RATS]
SAT     SIT, to rest on the buttocks [v]
TAT     to make tatting [v TATTED, TATTING, TATS]
VAT    to put into a vat (a large container for holding liquids) [v VATTED, VATTING, VATS]
WAT   wet (covered or saturated with a liquid) [adj WATTER, WATTEST] / a hare [n -S]
CAW   to utter the sound of a crow [v -ED, -ING, -S]
DAW   to dawn (to begin to grow light in the morning) [v DAWED, DAWEN, DAWING, DAWS]
HAW   to turn left [v -ED, -ING, -S]
JAW    to jabber (to talk rapidly) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
LAW   to take a complaint to court for settlement [v -ED, -ING, -S]
MAW  to mow (to cut down standing herbage) [v MAWED, MAWN, MAWING, MAWS]
NAW   no [adv]
PAW   to strike or scrape with a beating motion [v -ED, -ING, -S]
RAW   uncooked (to prepare food by heating) [adj RAWER, RAWEST] / a sore or irritated spot [n -S]
SAW   to cut or divide with a saw (a type of cutting tool) [v SAWED, SAWN, SAWING, SAWS]
TAW   to convert into white leather by the application of minerals [v -ED, -ING, -S]
VAW   vav (a Hebrew letter) [n -S]
WAW  vav (a Hebrew letter) [n -S]
YAW   to deviate from an intended course [v -ED, -ING, -S]
FAX    to transmit and reproduce by electronic means [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
LAX    not strict or stringent [adj LAXER, LAXEST] / a vowel articulated with relatively relaxed muscles [n -ES]
MAX   to reach the upper limit [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
PAX    a ceremonial embrace given to signify Christian love and unity [n -ES]
RAX    to stretch out [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
SAX    a saxophone [n -ES]
TAX    to place a tax (a charge imposed by authority for public purposes) on [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
WAX   to coat with wax (a natural, heat-sensitive substance) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] : WAXABLE ~adj
ZAX    a tool for cutting roof slates [n -ES]
BAY    to howl (to cry like a dog) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
CAY    a small low island [n CAYS]
DAY    the time between sunrise and sunset [n DAYS]
FAY    to join closely [v -ED, -ING, -S]
GAY    merry (cheerful (full of spirits)) [adj GAYER, GAYEST] / a homosexual [n GAYS]
HAY    to convert into hay (grass, cut and dried for fodder) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
JAY     a corvine bird [n JAYS]
KAY    the letter K [n KAYS]
LAY    to deposit as a wager [v LAID or LAYED, LAYING, LAYS]
MAY   to gather flowers in the spring [v -ED, -ING, -S]
NAY    a negative vote [n NAYS]
PAY    to give money or something of value in exchange for goods or services [v PAID or PAYED, PAYING, PAYS]
RAY    to emit rays (narrow beams of light) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
SAY    to utter (to give audible expression to) [v SAID, SAYING
WAY   a method of doing something [n WAYS]
YAY    yea (an affirmative vote) [n YAYS]
ABA    a sleeveless garment worn by Arabs [n -S]
OBA    a hereditary chief in Benin and Nigeria [n -S]
OBE    obeah (a form of sorcery of African origin) [n -S]
OBI     obeah (a form of sorcery of African origin) [n -S]
ABO    an aborigine (an original inhabitant) -- an offensive term [n -S]
ABY    to pay the penalty for [v ABOUGHT, ABYING, ABYS]
ODE    a lyric poem [n -S]
ADO    bustling excitement [n ADOS]
UDO    a Japanese herb [n UDOS]
BED     to provide with a bed (a piece of furniture used for sleeping) [v BEDDED, BEDDING, BEDS]
FED     a federal agent [n -S]
GED    a food fish [n -S]
LED     LEAD, to cover with lead (a heavy metallic element) [v]
MED    medication [n -S]
PED     a natural soil aggregate [n -S]
RED     of the color of blood [adj REDDER, REDDEST] / to redd (to put in order) [v REDDED, REDDING, REDS]
TED     to spread for drying [v TEDDED, TEDDING, TEDS]
WED   to marry (to enter into marriage) [v WEDDED, WEDDING, WEDS]
ZED     the letter Z [n -S]
DEF     excellent [adj DEFFER, DEFFEST]
KEF     hemp smoked to produce euphoria [n -S]
REF     to referee (to supervise the play in certain sports) [v REFFED, REFFING, REFS]
FEH     peh (pe (a Hebrew letter)) [n -S]
HEH    a Hebrew letter [n -S]
PEH     pe (a Hebrew letter) [n -S]
YEH    yeah [adv]
BEL     a unit of power [n -S]
CEL     a sheet of celluloid used in animation [n -S]
DEL     an operator in differential calculus [n -S]
EEL     a snakelike fish [n -S]
GEL     to become like jelly [v GELLED, GELLING, GELS] : GELABLE ~adj
MEL    honey [n -S]
SEL     self (the total, essential, or particular being of one person) [n -S]
TEL     an ancient mound in the Middle East [n -S]
FEM    a passive homosexual [n -S]
GEM    to adorn with gems (precious stones) [v GEMMED, GEMMING, GEMS]
HEM    to provide with an edge [v HEMMED, HEMMING, HEMS]
MEM   a Hebrew letter [n -S]
REM    a quantity of ionizing radiation [n -S]
BEN    an inner room [n -S]
DEN    to live in a lair [v DENNED, DENNING, DENS]
FEN     a marsh (a tract of low, wet land) [n -S]
GEN    information obtained from study [n -S]
HEN    a female chicken [n -S]
KEN    to know (to have a true understanding of) [v KENNED, KENT, KENNING, KENS]
MEN   MON, man (an adult human male) [n]
PEN     to write with a pen (an instrument for writing with fluid ink) [v PENNED, PENNING, PENS]
SEN     a monetary unit of Japan [n SEN]
TEN     a number [n -S]
WEN   a benign tumor of the skin [n -S]
YEN    to yearn (to have a strong or deep desire) [v YENNED, YENNING, YENS]
FER     for (directed or sent to) [prep]
HER     the objective or possessive case of the pronoun she [pron]
PER     for each [prep]
SER     a unit of weight of India [n -S]
BES     beth (a Hebrew letter) [n BESES]
FES     FE, pe (a Hebrew letter) [n]
HES     HE, a male person (a human being) [n]
LES     lez (a lesbian -- an offensive term) [n LESES]
OES     OE, a whirlwind off the Faeroe islands [n]
PES     a foot or footlike part [n PEDES]
RES     a particular thing or matter [n RES]
YES     to give an affirmative reply to [v YESSED, YESSING, YESSES or YESES]
BET     to wager (to risk on an uncertain outcome) [v BET or BETTED, BETTING, BETS]
FET     to fetch (to go after and bring back) [v FETTED, FETTING, FETS]
GET     a divorce under Jewish law [n GITTIN] / to obtain or acquire [v GOT, GOTTEN, GETTING, GETS] : GETABLE, GETTABLE ~adj
HET     heth (a Hebrew letter) [n -S]
JET      to spurt forth in a stream [v JETTED, JETTING, JETS]
LET     to allow (to put no obstacle in the way of) [v LETTED or LET, LETTING, LETS]
MET    MEET, to come into the company or presence of [v]
NET     to catch in a net (a type of openwork fabric) [v NETTED, NETTING, NETS]
PET     to caress with the hand [v PETTED, PETTING, PETS]
RET     to soak in order to loosen the fiber from the woody tissue [v RETTED, RETTING, RETS]
SET     to put in a particular position [v SET, SETTING, SETS]
TET     teth (a Hebrew letter) [n -S]
VET     to treat animals medically [v VETTED, VETTING, VETS]
WET    covered or saturated with a liquid [adj WETTER, WETTEST] / to make wet [v WETTED, WETTING, WETS]
YET     up to now [adv]
DEX    a sulfate used as a central nervous system stimulant [n -ES]
HEX    to cast an evil spell upon [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
KEX    a dry, hollow stalk [n -ES]
LEX     law [n LEGES]
REX     an animal with a single wavy layer of hair [n -ES] / king [n REGES]
SEX     to determine the sex (the property by which organisms are classified according to reproductive functions) of [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
VEX    to annoy (to be troublesome to) [v VEXED or VEXT, VEXING, VEXES]
AGO    in the past [adv]
EGO    the conscious self [n EGOS]
AHA    used to express surprise, triumph, or derision [interj]
SHA    used to urge silence [interj]
WHA   who (what or which person or persons) [pron]
SHE     a female person (a human being) [n -S]
THE     used to specify or make particular [definite_article]
AHI     a marine food fish [n -S]
CHI     a Greek letter [n -S]
GHI     ghee (a kind of liquid butter made in India) [n -S]
KHI     chi (a Greek letter) [n -S]
PHI      a Greek letter [n -S]
OHM   a unit of electrical resistance [n -S] : OHMIC ~adj
MHO   a unit of electrical conductance [n MHOS]
OHO   used to express surprise or exultation [interj]
RHO    a Greek letter [n RHOS]
THO    though (despite the fact that) [conj]
WHO   what or which person or persons [pron]
AID     to help (to give assistance to) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
BID      to make a bid (an offer of a price) [v BADE, BIDDEN, BIDDING, BIDS]
DID     DO, to begin and carry through to completion [v]
FID      a square bar used as a support for a topmast [n -S]
GID     a disease of sheep [n -S]
HID     HIDE, to conceal (to keep from sight or discovery) [v]
KID     to tease (to make fun of) [v KIDDED, KIDDING, KIDS]
LID      to provide with a lid (a movable cover) [v LIDDED, LIDDING, LIDS]
MID     the middle [n -S]
RID      to free from something objectionable [v RID or RIDDED, RIDDING, RIDS]
VID     a video (a recording for playing on a television set) [n -S]
YID     a Jew -- an offensive term [n -S]
DIF      diff (a difference) [n -S]
KIF      kef (hemp smoked to produce euphoria) [n -S]
RIF      to dismiss from employment [v RIFFED, RIFFING, RIFS]
AIN     ayin (a Hebrew letter) [n -S]
BIN     to store in a large receptacle [v BINNED, BINNING, BINS]
DIN     to make a loud noise [v DINNED, DINNING, DINS]
FIN      to equip with fins (external paddle-like structures) [v FINNED, FINNING, FINS]
GIN     to begin (to start (to set out)) [v GAN, GUNNEN, GINNING, GINS] / to remove seeds from cotton [v GINNED, GINNING, GINS]
HIN     a Hebrew unit of liquid measure [n -S]
JIN      jinn (a supernatural being in Muslim mythology) [n -S]
KIN     a group of persons of common ancestry [n -S]
LIN      linn (a waterfall) [n -S]
PIN      to fasten with a pin (a slender, pointed piece of metal) [v PINNED, PINNING, PINS]
RIN     to run or melt [v RAN, RINNING, RINS]
SIN      to commit a sin (an offense against religious or moral law) [v SINNED, SINNING, SINS]
TIN      to coat with tin (a metallic element) [v TINNED, TINNING, TINS]
WIN    to winnow (to free grain from impurities) [v WINNED, WINNING, WINS] / to be victorious [v WON or WAN, WINNING, WINS]
YIN     the feminine passive principle in Chinese cosmology [n -S]
ZIN      a dry red wine [n -S]
AIS      AI, a three-toed sloth [n]
BIS      twice (two times) [adv]
CIS      having certain atoms on the same side of the molecule [adj]
DIS      to insult or criticize [v DISSED, DISSING, DISSES]
HIS      the possessive form of the pronoun he [pron]
KIS      KI, the vital force in Chinese thought [n]
LIS      LI, a Chinese unit of distance [n]
MIS     MI, the third tone of the diatonic musical scale [n]
PIS      PI, a Greek letter [n]
QIS      QI, the vital force that in Chinese thought is inherent in all things [n]
SIS      sister [n SISES or SISSES]
TIS      TI, the seventh tone of the diatonic musical scale [n]
VIS      force or power [n VIRES]
WIS     to know -- WIS and WIST are the only accepted forms of this verb; it cannot be conjugated further [v past tense WIST]
XIS      XI, a Greek letter [n]
AIT      a small island [n -S]
BIT      to restrain (to hold back from action) [v BITTED, BITTING, BITS]
DIT      a dot in Morse code [n -S]
FIT      healthy (having good health) [adj FITTER, FITTEST] / to bring to a required form and size [v FITTED, FITTING, FITS]
GIT      to get (to obtain or acquire) [v GITTED, GITTING, GITS]
HIT      to strike forcibly [v HIT, HITTING, HITS]
KIT      to equip (to provide with whatever is needed) [v KITTED, KITTING, KITS]
LIT      the litas (a former monetary unit of Lithuania) [n -S]
NIT      the egg of a parasitic insect [n -S]
PIT      to mark with cavities or depressions [v PITTED, PITTING, PITS]
SIT      to rest on the buttocks [v SAT, SAT or SITTEN, SITTING, SITS]
TIT      a small bird [n -S]
WIT     intelligence [n -S] / to know (to have a true understanding of) [v WIST, WITING or WITTING
ZIT      a pimple (an inflamed swelling of the skin) [n -S]
OKA   a Turkish unit of weight [n -S]
SKA    a popular music of Jamaica [n -S]
SKI      to travel on skis (long, narrow strips of wood or metal) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ALA    a wing or winglike part [n ALAE]
AMA   amah (an Oriental nurse) [n -S]
EME    an uncle (the brother of one's father or mother) [n -S]
AMI     a friend [n -S]
HMM  used to express thoughtful consideration [interj]
UMM  um (used to indicate hesitation) [interj]
AMU   a unit of mass [n -S]
EMU    a large, flightless bird [n -S]
ANA    a collection of miscellaneous information about a particular subject [n -S]
ANE    one (a number) [n -S]
ONE    a number [n -S]
ONO   a large mackerel (a marine food fish) [n ONOS]
GNU    a large antelope (a ruminant mammal) [n -S]
BOD    a body [n -S]
COD    to fool (to deceive (to mislead by falsehood)) [v CODDED, CODDING, CODS]
GOD    to treat as a god (a supernatural being) [v GODDED, GODDING, GODS]
HOD    a portable trough [n -S]
MOD   one who wears boldly stylish clothes [n -S]
NOD   to briefly lower the head forward [v NODDED, NODDING, NODS]
POD    to produce seed vessels [v PODDED, PODDING, PODS]
ROD    to provide with a rod (a straight, slender piece of wood, metal, or other material) [v RODDED, RODDING, RODS]
SOD    to cover with sod (turf) [v SODDED, SODDING, SODS]
TOD    a British unit of weight [n -S]
YOD    a Hebrew letter [n -S]
DOE    a female deer (a ruminant mammal) [n -S]
FOE     an enemy (one that is antagonistic toward another) [n -S]
HOE    to use a hoe (a gardening tool) [v HOED, HOEING, HOES]
JOE     a fellow [n -S]
ROE    the mass of eggs within a female fish [n -S]
TOE     to touch with the toe (one of the terminal members of the foot) [v TOED, TOEING, TOES]
VOE    a small bay, creek, or inlet [n -S]
WOE   tremendous grief [n -S]
FOH    faugh (used to express disgust) [interj]
NOH   the classical drama of Japan [n NOH]
OOH   to exclaim in amazement, joy, or surprise [v -ED, -ING, -S]
POH    used to express disgust [interj]
KOI     a large and colorful fish [n -S]
POI      a Hawaiian food [n -S]
DOM   a title given to certain monks [n -S]
MOM  mother [n -S]
NOM   a name [n -S]
POM   an English immigrant to Australia or New Zealand -- an offensive term [n -S]
ROM   a Gypsy man or boy [n -S]
SOM   a monetary unit of Kyrgyzstan [n SOMS]
TOM   to be a black person eager to win the approval of white people -- an offensive term [v TOMMED, TOMMING, TOMS]
YOM   day (the time between sunrise and sunset) [n YOMIM]
CON   to study carefully [v CONNED, CONNING, CONS]
DON   to put on [v DONNED, DONNING, DONS]
EON    an indefinitely long period of time [n -S]
FON    foehn (a warm, dry wind) [n -S]
HON   a honeybun (a sweetheart) [n -S]
ION     an electrically charged atom [n -S]
MON   man (an adult human male) [n MEN]
SON    a male child (a young person) [n -S]
TON    a unit of weight [n -S]
WON  to dwell (to reside (to dwell permanently or continuously)) [v WONNED, WONNING, WONS]
YON   yonder (over there) [adv]
BOP    to hit or strike [v BOPPED, BOPPING, BOPS]
COP    to steal (to take without right or permission) [v COPPED, COPPING, COPS]
FOP     to deceive (to mislead by falsehood) [v FOPPED, FOPPING, FOPS]
HOP    to move by jumping on one foot [v HOPPED, HOPPING, HOPS]
KOP    a hill [n -S]
LOP     to cut off branches or twigs from [v LOPPED, LOPPING, LOPS]
MOP   to wipe with a mop (an implement for cleaning floors) [v MOPPED, MOPPING, MOPS]
POP     to make a sharp, explosive sound [v POPPED, POPPING, POPS]
SOP     to dip or soak in a liquid [v SOPPED, SOPPING, SOPS]
TOP     to cut off the top (the highest part, point, or surface) of [v TOPPED, TOPPING, TOPS]
WOP   an Italian -- an offensive term [n -S]
COR    an ancient unit of measure [n -S]
DOR    a black European beetle [n -S]
FOR    directed or sent to [prep]
GOR    used as a mild oath [interj]
KOR    a Hebrew unit of measure [n -S]
MOR   a forest humus [n -S]
NOR    and not [conj]
TOR    a high, craggy hill [n -S]
BOS    BO, a pal [n]
COS    a variety of lettuce [n -ES]
DOS    DO, the first tone of the diatonic musical scale [n]
GOS    GO, a Japanese board game [n]
HOS    HO, a prostitute -- usually taken to be offensive [n]
KOS    a land measure in India [n KOS]
MOS   MO, a moment (a brief period of time) [n]
NOS    NO, a negative reply [n]
SOS     SO, sol (the fifth tone of the diatonic musical scale) [n]
WOS   WO, woe (tremendous grief) [n]
BOW   to bend forward [v -ED, -ING, -S]
COW   a farm animal [n -S or KINE] / to intimidate [v -ED, -ING, -S]
DOW   to prosper (to be successful or fortunate) [v DOWED or DOUGHT, DOWING, DOWS]
HOW   a method of doing something [n -S]
JOW    to ring or toll (a bell) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
LOW   having relatively little upward extension [adj LOWER, LOWEST] / to utter the sound characteristic of cattle [v -ED, -ING, -S]
MOW  to cut down standing herbage [v MOWED, MOWN, MOWING, MOWS]
NOW  the present time [n -S]
POW   an explosive sound [n -S]
ROW   to propel by means of oars [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ROWABLE ~adj
SOW   to scatter over land for growth, as seed [v SOWED, SOWN, SOWING, SOWS] : SOWABLE ~adj
TOW   to pull by means of a rope or chain [v -ED, -ING, -S] : TOWABLE ~adj
VOW   to make a vow (a solemn promise) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
WOW  to excite to enthusiastic approval [v -ED, -ING, -S]
YOW   to yowl (to utter a loud, long, mournful cry) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
BOX    to put in a box (a rectangular container) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
COX    to coxswain (to steer a racing rowboat) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
FOX    to outwit (to get the better of by superior cleverness) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
GOX    gaseous oxygen [n -ES]
LOX    to supply with lox (liquid oxygen) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
POX    to infect with syphilis [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
SOX    SOCK, a knitted or woven covering for the foot [n]
VOX    voice [n VOCES]
BOY    a male child (a young person) [n BOYS]
COY    shy (timid (lacking courage or self-confidence)) [adj COYER, COYEST] / to caress (to touch lovingly) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
FOY    a farewell feast or gift [n FOYS]
GOY    a non-Jewish person -- an offensive term [n GOYS or GOYIM] : GOYISH ~adj
HOY    a heavy barge or scow [n HOYS]
JOY     to rejoice (to feel joyful) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
SOY    the soybean (the seed of a cultivated Asian herb) [n SOYS]
TOY    to amuse oneself as if with a toy (a child's plaything) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
SPA     a mineral spring [n -S]
APE     to mimic (to imitate closely) [v APED, APING, APES]
OPE     to open (to cause to become open) [v OPED, OPING, OPES]
ARE     a unit of surface measure [n -S]
ERE     previous to; before [prep]
IRE      to anger (to make angry (feeling anger)) [v IRED, IRING, IRES]
ORE    a mineral or rock containing a valuable metal [n -S]
ASH    to convert into ash (the residue of a substance that has been burned) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
PSI      a Greek letter [n -S]
ETA     a Greek letter [n -S]
UTA    any of a genus of large lizards [n -S]
DUH    used to indicate that something just stated is too obvious [interj]
HUH    used to express surprise [interj]
BUM   of little value; worthless [adj BUMMER, BUMMEST] / to live idly [v BUMMED, BUMMING, BUMS]
CUM   together with [prep]
GUM   to smear, seal, or clog with gum (a sticky, viscid substance) [v GUMMED, GUMMING, GUMS]
HUM   to sing without opening the lips or saying words [v HUMMED, HUMMING, HUMS]
LUM    a chimney (a flue (an enclosed passageway for directing a current)) [n -S]
MUM  to act in a disguise [v MUMMED, MUMMING, MUMS]
RUM   odd (unusual (not usual)) [adj RUMMER, RUMMEST] / an alcoholic liquor [n -S]
SUM    to add into one total [v SUMMED, SUMMING, SUMS]
VUM   used to express surprise [interj]
YUM   used to express pleasurable satisfaction [interj]
BUN    a small bread roll [n -S]
DUN    of a dull brown color [adj DUNNER, DUNNEST] / to make demands upon for payment of a debt [v DUNNED, DUNNING, DUNS]
FUN    providing enjoyment [adj FUNNER, FUNNEST] / to act playfully [v FUNNED, FUNNING, FUNS]
GUN    to shoot with a gun (a portable firearm) [v GUNNED, GUNNING, GUNS]
HUN    a barbarous, destructive person [n -S]
JUN     a coin of North Korea [n JUN]
MUN   man; fellow [n -S]
NUN   a woman belonging to a religious order [n -S]
PUN    to make a pun (a play on words) [v PUNNED, PUNNING, PUNS]
RUN    to move by rapid steps [v RAN, RUNNING, RUNS]
SUN    to expose to the sun (the star around which the earth revolves) [v SUNNED, SUNNING, SUNS]
TUN    to store in a large cask [v TUNNED, TUNNING, TUNS]
CUP    to place in a cup (a small, open container) [v CUPPED, CUPPING, CUPS]
DUP    to open (to cause to become open) [v DUPPED, DUPPING, DUPS]
HUP    used to mark a marching cadence [interj]
PUP     to give birth to puppies [v PUPPED, PUPPING, PUPS]
SUP     to eat supper [v SUPPED, SUPPING, SUPS]
TUP     to copulate with a ewe [v TUPPED, TUPPING, TUPS]
YUP    yuppie (a young professional person working in a city) [n -S]
BUS     to transport by bus (a large motor vehicle) [v BUSED, BUSING, BUSES or BUSSED, BUSSING, BUSSES]
JUS      a legal right [n JURA]
MUS    MU, a Greek letter [n]
NUS    NU, a Greek letter [n]
PUS     a viscous fluid formed in infected tissue [n -ES]
BUT     a flatfish (any of an order of marine fishes) [n -S]
CUT    to divide into parts with a sharp-edged instrument [v CUT, CUTTING, CUTS]
GUT    to remove the guts (intestines) of [v GUTTED, GUTTING, GUTS]
HUT    to live in a hut (a simple shelter) [v HUTTED, HUTTING, HUTS]
JUT      to protrude (to extend beyond the main portion) [v JUTTED, JUTTING, JUTS]
MUT    mutt (a mongrel dog) [n -S]
NUT    to gather nuts (hard-shelled dry fruits) [v NUTTED, NUTTING, NUTS]
OUT    to be revealed [v -ED, -ING, -S]
PUT     to place in a particular position [v PUT, PUTTING, PUTS]
RUT     to make ruts (grooves) in [v RUTTED, RUTTING, RUTS]
TUT     to utter an exclamation of impatience [v TUTTED, TUTTING, TUTS]
AWE   to inspire with awe (reverential fear) [v AWED, AWING or AWEING, AWES]
EWE    a female sheep (a ruminant mammal) [n -S]
OWE   to be under obligation to pay or repay [v OWED, OWING, OWES]
TWO   a number [n TWOS]
PYA    a copper coin of Burma [n -S]
RYA    a Scandinavian handwoven rug [n -S]
AYE    an affirmative vote [n -S]
BYE     a side issue [n -S]
DYE    to treat with a dye (a coloring matter) [v DYED, DYEING, DYES]
EYE     the organ of sight [n EYES, EYEN or EYNE] / to watch closely [v EYED, EYING or EYEING, EYES] : EYEABLE ~adj
KYE    a private Korean-American banking club [n -S]
LYE     a solution used in making soap [n -S]
PYE     a book of ecclesiastical rules in the pre-Reformation English church [n -S]
RYE     a cereal grass [n -S]
TYE     a chain on a ship [n -S]
WYE   the letter Y [n -S]


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AAH  to exclaim in amazement, joy, or surprise [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AAL  an East Indian shrub [n -S]
AAS  AA, rough, cindery lava [n]
ABA  a sleeveless garment worn by Arabs [n -S]
ABO  an aborigine (an original inhabitant) -- an offensive term [n -S]
ABS  AB, an abdominal muscle [n]
ABY  to pay the penalty for [v ABOUGHT, ABYING, ABYS]
ADD  to combine or join so as to bring about an increase [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ADDABLE ~adj
ADO  bustling excitement [n ADOS]
ADS  AD, an advertisement [n]
ADZ  to shape (wood) with an adz (a cutting tool) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
AGA  a high-ranking Turkish military officer [n -S]
AGE  to grow old [v AGED, AGING or AGEING, AGES]
AGO  in the past [adv]
AGS  AG, agriculture [n]
AHA  used to express surprise, triumph, or derision [interj]
AHI  a marine food fish [n -S]
AHS  AH, aah (to exclaim in amazement, joy, or surprise) [v]
AID  to help (to give assistance to) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AIL  to cause pain or discomfort to [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AIM  to direct toward a specified object or goal [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AIN  ayin (a Hebrew letter) [n -S]
AIR  early (near the beginning of a period of time or a series of events) [adv AIRER, AIREST] / to expose to the air (the mixture of gases that surrounds the earth) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AIS  AI, a three-toed sloth [n]
AIT  a small island [n -S]
ALA  a wing or winglike part [n ALAE]
ALB  a long-sleeved vestment [n -S]
ALE  an alcoholic beverage [n -S]
ALL  everything that one has [n -S]
ALP  a high mountain [n -S]
ALS  AL, an East Indian tree [n]
ALT  a high-pitched musical note [n -S]
AMA  amah (an Oriental nurse) [n -S]
AMI  a friend [n -S]
AMP  to amplify (to make larger or more powerful) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AMU  a unit of mass [n -S]
ANA  a collection of miscellaneous information about a particular subject [n -S]
AND  an added condition or stipulation [n -S]
ANE  one (a number) [n -S]
ANI  a tropical American bird [n -S]
ANT  a small insect (any of a class of small invertebrate animals) [n -S]
ANY  one, no matter which [adj]
ARB  a type of stock trader [n -S]
ARC  to move in a curved course [v ARCED, ARCING, ARCS or ARCKED, ARCKING, ARCS]
ARE  a unit of surface measure [n -S]
ARF  a barking sound [n -S]
ARK  a large boat [n -S]
ARM  to supply with weapons [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ARS  AR, the letter R [n]
ART  an esthetically pleasing and meaningful arrangement of elements [n -S]
ASH  to convert into ash (the residue of a substance that has been burned) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
ASK  to put a question to [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ASP  a venomous snake [n -S]
ASS  a hoofed mammal [n -ES]
ATE  blind impulse or reckless ambition that drives one to ruin [n -S]
ATT  a monetary unit of Laos [n ATT]
AWA  away (from a certain place) [adv]
AWE  to inspire with awe (reverential fear) [v AWED, AWING or AWEING, AWES]
AWL  a pointed tool for making small holes [n -S]
AWN  a bristlelike appendage of certain grasses [n -S] : AWNED, AWNLESS, AWNY ~adj
AXE  to ax (to work on with an ax (a type of cutting tool)) [v AXED, AXING, AXES]
AYE  an affirmative vote [n -S]
AYS  AY, aye (an affirmative vote) [n]
BAA  to bleat (to utter the cry of a sheep) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
BAD  very good [adj BADDER, BADDEST] / not good in any way [adj WORSE, WORST] / something that is bad [n -S]
BAG  to put into a bag (a flexible container) [v BAGGED, BAGGING, BAGS]
BAH  an exclamation of disgust [interj]
BAL  a balmoral (a type of shoe (a covering for the foot)) [n -S]
BAM  to strike with a dull resounding noise [v BAMMED, BAMMING, BAMS]
BAN  a monetary unit of Romania [n BANI] / to prohibit (to forbid by authority) [v BANNED, BANNING, BANS]
BAP  a small bun or roll [n -S]
BAR  to exclude (to shut out) [v BARRED, BARRING, BARS]
BAS  BA, the eternal soul, in Egyptian mythology [n]
BAT  to hit a baseball [v BATTED, BATTING, BATS]
BAY  to howl (to cry like a dog) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
BED  to provide with a bed (a piece of furniture used for sleeping) [v BEDDED, BEDDING, BEDS]
BEE  a winged insect [n -S]
BEG  to plead (to ask for earnestly) [v BEGGED, BEGGING, BEGS]
BEL  a unit of power [n -S]
BEN  an inner room [n -S]
BES  beth (a Hebrew letter) [n BESES]
BET  to wager (to risk on an uncertain outcome) [v BET or BETTED, BETTING, BETS]
BEY  a Turkish ruler [n BEYS]
BIB  to tipple (to drink alcoholic beverages) [v BIBBED, BIBBING, BIBS]
BID  to make a bid (an offer of a price) [v BADE, BIDDEN, BIDDING, BIDS]
BIG  of considerable size [adj BIGGER, BIGGEST] / an individual or organization of importance [n -S]
BIN  to store in a large receptacle [v BINNED, BINNING, BINS]
BIO  a biography [n BIOS]
BIS  twice (two times) [adv]
BIT  to restrain (to hold back from action) [v BITTED, BITTING, BITS]
BIZ  business (an occupation, profession, or trade) [n BIZZES]
BOA  a large snake [n -S]
BOB  to move up and down [v BOBBED, BOBBING, BOBS]
BOD  a body [n -S]
BOG  to impede (to obstruct the progress of) [v BOGGED, BOGGING, BOGS]
BOO  to cry "boo" [v -ED, -ING, -S]
BOP  to hit or strike [v BOPPED, BOPPING, BOPS]
BOS  BO, a pal [n]
BOT  the larva of a botfly [n -S]
BOW  to bend forward [v -ED, -ING, -S]
BOX  to put in a box (a rectangular container) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
BOY  a male child (a young person) [n BOYS]
BYE  a side issue [n -S]
BYS  BY, a pass in certain card games [n]
DEB  a debutante [n -S]
DEE  the letter D [n -S]
DEF  excellent [adj DEFFER, DEFFEST]
DEL  an operator in differential calculus [n -S]
DEN  to live in a lair [v DENNED, DENNING, DENS]
DEV  deva (a Hindu god) [n -S]
DEW  to wet with dew (condensed moisture) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
DEX  a sulfate used as a central nervous system stimulant [n -ES]
DEY  a former North African ruler [n DEYS]
DOC  doctor [n -S]
DOE  a female deer (a ruminant mammal) [n -S]
DOG  to follow after like a dog (a domesticated, carnivorous mammal) [v DOGGED, DOGGING, DOGS]
DOL  a unit of pain intensity [n -S]
DOM  a title given to certain monks [n -S]
DON  to put on [v DONNED, DONNING, DONS]
DOR  a black European beetle [n -S]
DOS  DO, the first tone of the diatonic musical scale [n]
DOT  to cover with dots (tiny round marks) [v DOTTED, DOTTING, DOTS]
DOW  to prosper (to be successful or fortunate) [v DOWED or DOUGHT, DOWING, DOWS]
EDH  an Old English letter [n -S]
EDS  ED, education [n]
EFF  ef (the letter F) [n -S]
EFS  EF, the letter F [n]
EFT  a newt (a small salamander) [n -S]
ELD  old age [n -S]
ELF  a small, often mischievous fairy [n ELVES] : ELFLIKE ~adj
ELK  a large deer (a ruminant mammal) [n -S]
ELL  the letter L [n -S]
ELM  a deciduous tree [n -S]
ELS  EL, an elevated railroad or train [n]
EME  an uncle (the brother of one's father or mother) [n -S]
EMS  EM, the letter M [n]
EMU  a large, flightless bird [n -S]
END  to terminate [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ENG  a phonetic symbol [n -S]
ENS  an entity (something that has a real existence) [n ENTIA]
ERA  an epoch (a particular period of time) [n -S]
ERE  previous to; before [prep]
ERG  a unit of work or energy [n -S]
ERN  erne (a sea eagle) [n -S]
ERR  to make a mistake [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ERRABLE ~adj
ERS  ervil (a European vetch) [n -ES]
ESS  the letter S [n -ES]
ETA  a Greek letter [n -S]
ETH  edh (an Old English letter) [n -S]
FAB  something created or constructed [n -S] / fabulous (almost unbelievable) [adj FABBER, FABBEST]
FAD  a practice or interest that enjoys brief popularity [n -S]
FAG  to make weary by hard work [v FAGGED, FAGGING, FAGS]
FAN  to cool or refresh with a fan (a device for putting air into motion) [v FANNED, FANNING, FANS]
FAR  at or to a great distance [adv FARTHER, FARTHEST or FURTHER, FURTHEST]
FAS  FA, the fourth tone of the diatonic musical scale [n]
FAT  having an abundance of flesh [adj FATTER, FATTEST] / to make fat [v FATTED, FATTING, FATS]
FAX  to transmit and reproduce by electronic means [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
FAY  to join closely [v -ED, -ING, -S]
FED  a federal agent [n -S]
FEE  to pay a fee (a fixed charge) to [v FEED, FEEING, FEES]
FEH  peh (pe (a Hebrew letter)) [n -S]
FEM  a passive homosexual [n -S]
FEN  a marsh (a tract of low, wet land) [n -S]
FER  for (directed or sent to) [prep]
FES  FE, pe (a Hebrew letter) [n]
FET  to fetch (to go after and bring back) [v FETTED, FETTING, FETS]
FEU  to grant land to under Scottish feudal law [v -ED, -ING, -S]
FEW  amounting to or consisting of a small number [adj FEWER, FEWEST]
FEY  crazy (insane (mentally unsound)) [adj FEYER, FEYEST] : FEYLY ~adv
FEZ  a brimless cap worn by men in the Near East [n FEZES or FEZZES] : FEZZED, FEZZY ~adj
GOA  an Asian gazelle [n -S]
GOB  to fill a mine pit with waste material [v GOBBED, GOBBING, GOBS]
GOD  to treat as a god (a supernatural being) [v GODDED, GODDING, GODS]
GOO  a sticky or viscid substance [n GOOS]
GOR  used as a mild oath [interj]
GOS  GO, a Japanese board game [n]
GOT  GET, to obtain or acquire [v]
GOX  gaseous oxygen [n -ES]
GOY  a non-Jewish person -- an offensive term [n GOYS or GOYIM] : GOYISH ~adj
HAD  HAVE, to be in possession of [v]
HAE  to have (to be in possession of) [v HAED, HAEN, HAEING, HAES]
HAG  to hack (to cut or chop roughly) [v HAGGED, HAGGING, HAGS]
HAH  ha (a sound of surprise) [n -S]
HAJ  hadj (a pilgrimage to Mecca) [n -ES]
HAM  to overact (to act with exaggeration) [v HAMMED, HAMMING, HAMS]
HAO  a monetary unit of Vietnam [n HAO]
HAP  to happen (to occur (to take place)) [v HAPPED, HAPPING, HAPS]
HAS  HAVE, to be in possession of [v]
HAT  to provide with a hat (a covering for the head) [v HATTED, HATTING, HATS]
HAW  to turn left [v -ED, -ING, -S]
HAY  to convert into hay (grass, cut and dried for fodder) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
HEH  a Hebrew letter [n -S]
HEM  to provide with an edge [v HEMMED, HEMMING, HEMS]
HEN  a female chicken [n -S]
HEP  hip (aware of the most current styles and trends) [adj HEPPER, HEPPEST]
HER  the objective or possessive case of the pronoun she [pron]
HES  HE, a male person (a human being) [n]
HET  heth (a Hebrew letter) [n -S]
HEW  to cut with an ax [v HEWED, HEWN, HEWING, HEWS] : HEWABLE ~adj
HEX  to cast an evil spell upon [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
HEY  used to attract attention [interj]
HIC  used to represent a hiccup [interj]
HID  HIDE, to conceal (to keep from sight or discovery) [v]
HIE  to hurry (to move swiftly) [v HIED, HIEING or HYING, HIES]
HIM  a male (an individual that begets young by fertilizing the female) [n -S]
HIN  a Hebrew unit of liquid measure [n -S]
HIP  aware of the most current styles and trends [adj HIPPER, HIPPEST] / to build a type of roof [v HIPPED, HIPPING, HIPS]
HIS  the possessive form of the pronoun he [pron]
HIT  to strike forcibly [v HIT, HITTING, HITS]
HMM  used to express thoughtful consideration [interj]
HOB  to furnish with hobnails [v HOBBED, HOBBING, HOBS]
HOD  a portable trough [n -S]
HOE  to use a hoe (a gardening tool) [v HOED, HOEING, HOES]
HOG  to take more than one's share [v HOGGED, HOGGING, HOGS]
HON  a honeybun (a sweetheart) [n -S]
HOP  to move by jumping on one foot [v HOPPED, HOPPING, HOPS]
HOS  HO, a prostitute -- usually taken to be offensive [n]
HOT  having a high temperature [adj HOTTER, HOTTEST] / to heat (to make hot) [v HOTTED, HOTTING, HOTS]
HOW  a method of doing something [n -S]
HOY  a heavy barge or scow [n HOYS]
IDS  ID, a part of the psyche [n]
IFF  if and only if [conj]
IFS  IF, a possibility [n]
INK  to mark with ink (a colored fluid used for writing) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
INN  to put up at an inn (a public lodging house) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
INS  IN, to harvest (to gather a crop) [v]
ISM  a distinctive theory or doctrine [n -S]
ITS  the possessive form of the pronoun it [pron]
JOB  to work by the piece [v JOBBED, JOBBING, JOBS]
JOE  a fellow [n -S]
JOG  to run at a slow, steady pace [v JOGGED, JOGGING, JOGS]
JOT  to write down quickly [v JOTTED, JOTTING, JOTS]
JOW  to ring or toll (a bell) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
JOY  to rejoice (to feel joyful) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
KAB  an ancient Hebrew unit of measure [n -S]
KAE  a bird resembling a crow [n -S]
KAF  kaph (a Hebrew letter) [n -S]
KAS  a large cupboard (a cabinet (a piece of furniture with shelves and drawers)) [n KAS]
KAT  an evergreen shrub [n -S]
KAY  the letter K [n KAYS]
KID  to tease (to make fun of) [v KIDDED, KIDDING, KIDS]
KIF  kef (hemp smoked to produce euphoria) [n -S]
KIN  a group of persons of common ancestry [n -S]
KIP  to sleep (to be in a natural, periodic state of rest) [v KIPPED, KIPPING, KIPS]
KIR  an alcoholic beverage [n -S]
KIS  KI, the vital force in Chinese thought [n]
KIT  to equip (to provide with whatever is needed) [v KITTED, KITTING, KITS]
LAB  a laboratory [n -S]
LAC  a resinous substance secreted by certain insects [n -S]
LAD  a boy or youth [n -S] : LADDISH ~adj
LAG  to stay or fall behind [v LAGGED, LAGGING, LAGS]
LAM  to flee hastily [v LAMMED, LAMMING, LAMS]
LAP  to fold over or around something [v LAPPED, LAPPING, LAPS]
LAR  a tutelary god or spirit of an ancient Roman household [n -ES or -S]
LAS  LA, the sixth tone of the diatonic musical scale [n]
LAT  a muscle of the back [n -S]
LAV  a lavatory (a room equipped with washing and toilet facilities) [n -S]
LAW  to take a complaint to court for settlement [v -ED, -ING, -S]
LAX  not strict or stringent [adj LAXER, LAXEST] / a vowel articulated with relatively relaxed muscles [n -ES]
LAY  to deposit as a wager [v LAID or LAYED, LAYING, LAYS]
LIB  liberation [n -S]
LID  to provide with a lid (a movable cover) [v LIDDED, LIDDING, LIDS]
LIE  to be in or get into a horizontal position [v LAY, LAIN, LYING, LIES] / to speak falsely [v LIED, LYING, LIES]
LIN  linn (a waterfall) [n -S]
LIP  to touch with the lips (the folds of flesh around the mouth) [v LIPPED, LIPPING, LIPS]
LIS  LI, a Chinese unit of distance [n]
LIT  the litas (a former monetary unit of Lithuania) [n -S]
LOB  to throw or hit in a high arc [v LOBBED, LOBBING, LOBS]
LOG  to cut down trees for timber [v LOGGED, LOGGING, LOGS]
LOO  to subject to a forfeit at loo (a card game) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
LOP  to cut off branches or twigs from [v LOPPED, LOPPING, LOPS]
LOT  to distribute proportionately [v LOTTED, LOTTING, LOTS]
LOW  having relatively little upward extension [adj LOWER, LOWEST] / to utter the sound characteristic of cattle [v -ED, -ING, -S]
LOX  to supply with lox (liquid oxygen) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
MAC  a raincoat (a waterproof coat) [n -S]
MAD  insane (mentally unsound) [adj MADDER, MADDEST] / to madden (to make or become mad) [v MADDED, MADDING, MADS]
MAE  more (a greater amount) [n -S]
MAG  a magazine (a type of periodical publication) [n -S]
MAN  an adult human male [n MEN] / to supply with men [v MANNED, MANNING, MANS]
MAP  to delineate on a map (a representation of a region) [v MAPPED, MAPPING, MAPS]
MAR  to detract from the perfection or wholeness of [v MARRED, MARRING, MARS]
MAS  MA, mother [n]
MAT  to pack down so as to form a dense mass [v MATTED, MATTING, MATS]
MAW  to mow (to cut down standing herbage) [v MAWED, MAWN, MAWING, MAWS]
MAX  to reach the upper limit [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
MAY  to gather flowers in the spring [v -ED, -ING, -S] / used as an auxiliary to express permission [v present 2d person sing. MAY, MAYEST, or MAYST, past tense MIGHT]
MED  medication [n -S]
MEG  a megabyte (1,048,576 bytes) [n -S]
MEL  honey [n -S]
MEM  a Hebrew letter [n -S]
MEN  MON, man (an adult human male) [n]
MET  MEET, to come into the company or presence of [v]
MEW  to confine (to shut within an enclosure) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
MIB  a type of playing marble [n -S]
MIC  a microphone [n -S]
MID  the middle [n -S]
MIG  a type of playing marble [n -S]
MIL  a unit of length [n -S]
MIM  primly demure [adj]
MIR  a Russian peasant commune [n MIRS or MIRI]
MIS  MI, the third tone of the diatonic musical scale [n]
MIX  to put together into one mass [v MIXED or MIXT, MIXING, MIXES] : MIXABLE, MIXIBLE ~adj, MIXEDLY ~adv
MOA  an extinct flightless bird [n -S]
MOB  to crowd about [v MOBBED, MOBBING, MOBS]
MOC  a moccasin (a type of shoe (a covering for the foot)) [n -S]
MOD  one who wears boldly stylish clothes [n -S]
MOG  to move away [v MOGGED, MOGGING, MOGS]
MOL  mole (the quantity of a compound that has a weight equal to the compound's molecular weight) [n -S]
MOM  mother [n -S]
MON  man (an adult human male) [n MEN]
MOO  to make the deep, moaning sound of a cow [v -ED, -ING, -S]
MOP  to wipe with a mop (an implement for cleaning floors) [v MOPPED, MOPPING, MOPS]
MOR  a forest humus [n -S]
MOS  MO, a moment (a brief period of time) [n]
MOT  a witty saying [n -S]
MOW  to cut down standing herbage [v MOWED, MOWN, MOWING, MOWS]
MUD  to cover with mud (soft, wet earth) [v MUDDED, MUDDING, MUDS]
MUG  to assault with intent to rob [v MUGGED, MUGGING, MUGS]
MUM  to act in a disguise [v MUMMED, MUMMING, MUMS]
MUN  man; fellow [n -S]
MUS  MU, a Greek letter [n]
MUT  mutt (a mongrel dog) [n -S]
MYC  a gene that transforms a normal cell into a cancerous cell [n -S]
NAB  to capture or arrest [v NABBED, NABBING, NABS]
NAE  no; not [adv]
NAG  to find fault incessantly [v NAGGED, NAGGING, NAGS]
NAH  no [adv]
NAM  NIM, to steal (to take without right or permission) [v]
NAN  a round flat bread [n -S]
NAP  to sleep briefly [v NAPPED, NAPPING, NAPS]
NAW  no [adv]
NAY  a negative vote [n NAYS]
NEB  the beak of a bird [n -S]
NEE  born with the name of [adj]
NEG  a photographic negative [n -S]
NET  to catch in a net (a type of openwork fabric) [v NETTED, NETTING, NETS]
NEW  existing only a short time [adj NEWER, NEWEST] / something that is new [n -S]
NOB  a wealthy person [n -S]
NOD  to briefly lower the head forward [v NODDED, NODDING, NODS]
NOG  to fill in a space in a wall with bricks [v NOGGED, NOGGING, NOGS]
NOH  the classical drama of Japan [n NOH]
NOM  a name [n -S]
NOO  now [adv]
NOR  and not [conj]
NOS  NO, a negative reply [n]
NOT  in no way [adv]
NOW  the present time [n -S]
NUB  a protuberance or knob [n -S]
NUN  a woman belonging to a religious order [n -S]
NUS  NU, a Greek letter [n]
NUT  to gather nuts (hard-shelled dry fruits) [v NUTTED, NUTTING, NUTS]
ODA  a room in a harem [n -S]
ODD  unusual (not usual) [adj ODDER, ODDEST] / one that is odd [n -S]
ODE  a lyric poem [n -S]
ODS  OD, a hypothetical force of natural power [n]
OES  OE, a whirlwind off the Faeroe islands [n]
OFF  to go away [v -ED, -ING, -S]
OFT  often (frequently) [adv OFTER, OFTEST]
OHM  a unit of electrical resistance [n -S] : OHMIC ~adj
OHO  used to express surprise or exultation [interj]
OHS  OH, to exclaim in surprise, pain, or desire [v]
OIL  to supply with oil (a greasy liquid used for lubrication, fuel, or illumination) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
OMS  OM, a mantra used in contemplation of ultimate reality [n]
ONE  a number [n -S]
ONO  a large mackerel (a marine food fish) [n ONOS]
ONS  ON, the side of the wicket where a batsman stands in cricket [n]
OPE  to open (to cause to become open) [v OPED, OPING, OPES]
OPS  OP, a style of abstract art [n]
OPT  to choose (to take by preference) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ORA  OS, an orifice (a mouth or mouthlike opening) [n]
ORB  to form into a circle or sphere [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ORC  a marine mammal [n -S]
ORE  a mineral or rock containing a valuable metal [n -S]
ORS  OR, the heraldic color gold [n]
ORT  a scrap of food [n -S]
OSE  an esker (a narrow ridge of gravel and sand) [n -S]
OWE  to be under obligation to pay or repay [v OWED, OWING, OWES]
OWL  a nocturnal bird [n -S]
OWN  to have as a belonging [v -ED, -ING, -S] : OWNABLE ~adj
OXO  containing oxygen [adj]
OXY  containing oxygen [adj]
PAC  a shoe patterned after a moccasin [n -S]
PAD  to line or stuff with soft material [v PADDED, PADDING, PADS]
PAH  used as an exclamation of disgust [interj]
PAL  to associate as friends [v PALLED, PALLING, PALS]
PAM  the jack of clubs in certain card games [n -S]
PAN  to criticize harshly [v PANNED, PANNING, PANS]
PAP  a soft food for infants [n -S]
PAR  to shoot in a standard number of strokes in golf [v PARRED, PARRING, PARS]
PAS  a dance step [n PAS]
PAT  to touch lightly [v PATTED, PATTING, PATS]
PAW  to strike or scrape with a beating motion [v -ED, -ING, -S]
PAX  a ceremonial embrace given to signify Christian love and unity [n -ES]
PAY  to give money or something of value in exchange for goods or services [v PAID or PAYED, PAYING, PAYS]
PEA  the edible seed of an annual herb [n -S]
PEC  a chest muscle [n -S]
PED  a natural soil aggregate [n -S]
PEE  to urinate -- sometimes considered vulgar [v PEED, PEEING, PEES]
PEG  to fasten with a peg (a wooden pin) [v PEGGED, PEGGING, PEGS]
PEH  pe (a Hebrew letter) [n -S]
PEN  to write with a pen (an instrument for writing with fluid ink) [v PENNED, PENNING, PENS]
PEP  to fill with energy [v PEPPED, PEPPING, PEPS]
PER  for each [prep]
PES  a foot or footlike part [n PEDES]
PET  to caress with the hand [v PETTED, PETTING, PETS]
PEW  a bench for seating people in church [n -S]
PIA  a membrane of the brain [n -S]
PIC  a photograph [n -S]
PIE  to pi (to jumble or disorder) [v PIED, PIEING, PIES]
PIG  to bear pigs (cloven-hoofed mammals) [v PIGGED, PIGGING, PIGS]
PIN  to fasten with a pin (a slender, pointed piece of metal) [v PINNED, PINNING, PINS]
PIP  to break through the shell of an egg [v PIPPED, PIPPING, PIPS]
PIS  PI, a Greek letter [n]
PIT  to mark with cavities or depressions [v PITTED, PITTING, PITS]
PIU  more -- used as a musical direction [adv]
PIX  pyx (a container in which the eucharistic bread is kept) [n -ES]
QIS  QI, the vital force that in Chinese thought is inherent in all things [n]
REB  a Confederate soldier [n -S]
REC  recreation (refreshment of strength and spirits after work) [n -S]
RED  of the color of blood [adj REDDER, REDDEST] / to redd (to put in order) [v REDDED, REDDING, REDS]
REE  the female Eurasian sandpiper [n -S]
REF  to referee (to supervise the play in certain sports) [v REFFED, REFFING, REFS]
REG  a regulation [n -S]
REI  an erroneous English form for a former Portuguese coin [n -S]
REM  a quantity of ionizing radiation [n -S]
REP  to represent (to bring into the presence of someone) [v REPPED, REPPING, REPS]
RES  a particular thing or matter [n RES]
RET  to soak in order to loosen the fiber from the woody tissue [v RETTED, RETTING, RETS]
REV  to increase the speed of [v REVVED, REVVING, REVS]
REX  an animal with a single wavy layer of hair [n -ES] / king [n REGES]
SHA  used to urge silence [interj]
SHE  a female person (a human being) [n -S]
SHH  sh (used to urge silence) [interj]
SHY  timid (lacking courage or self-confidence) [adj SHIER, SHIEST or SHYER, SHYEST] / to move suddenly back or aside, as in fear [v SHIED, SHYING, SHIES]
SIB  a sibling (one having the same parents as another) [n -S]
SIC  to urge to attack [v SICCED, SICCING, SICS]
SIM  simulation [n -S]
SIN  to commit a sin (an offense against religious or moral law) [v SINNED, SINNING, SINS]
SIP  to drink in small quantities [v SIPPED, SIPPING, SIPS]
SIR  a respectful form of address used to a man [n -S]
SIS  sister [n SISES or SISSES]
SIT  to rest on the buttocks [v SAT, SAT or SITTEN, SITTING, SITS]
SIX  a number [n -ES]
SOB  to cry with a convulsive catching of the breath [v SOBBED, SOBBING, SOBS]
SOD  to cover with sod (turf) [v SODDED, SODDING, SODS]
SOL  the fifth tone of the diatonic musical scale [n -S]
SOM  a monetary unit of Kyrgyzstan [n SOMS]
SON  a male child (a young person) [n -S]
SOP  to dip or soak in a liquid [v SOPPED, SOPPING, SOPS]
SOS  SO, sol (the fifth tone of the diatonic musical scale) [n]
SOT  an habitual drunkard [n -S]
SOU  a former French coin [n -S]
SOW  to scatter over land for growth, as seed [v SOWED, SOWN, SOWING, SOWS] : SOWABLE ~adj
SOX  SOCK, a knitted or woven covering for the foot [n]
SOY  the soybean (the seed of a cultivated Asian herb) [n SOYS]
TAB  to name or designate [v TABBED, TABBING, TABS]
TAD  a small boy (a male child (a young person)) [n -S]
TAE  to (in the direction of) [prep]
TAG  to provide with a tag (an identifying marker) [v TAGGED, TAGGING, TAGS]
TAJ  a tall, conical cap worn in Muslim countries [n -ES]
TAM  a tight-fitting Scottish cap [n -S]
TAN  brown from the sun's rays [adj TANNER, TANNEST] / to convert hide into leather by soaking in chemicals [v TANNED, TANNING, TANS]
TAO  the path of virtuous conduct according to a Chinese philosophy [n -S]
TAP  to strike gently [v TAPPED, TAPPING, TAPS]
TAR  to cover with tar (a black viscous liquid) [v TARRED, TARRING, TARS]
TAS  TA, an expression of gratitude [n]
TAT  to make tatting [v TATTED, TATTING, TATS]
TAU  a Greek letter [n -S]
TAV  a Hebrew letter [n -S]
TAW  to convert into white leather by the application of minerals [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TAX  to place a tax (a charge imposed by authority for public purposes) on [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
TIC  to have an involuntary muscle contraction [v TICCED, TICCING, TICS]
TIE  to fasten with a cord or rope [v TIED, TYING or TIEING, TIES]
TIL  the sesame plant [n -S]
TIN  to coat with tin (a metallic element) [v TINNED, TINNING, TINS]
TIP  to tilt (to cause to slant) [v TIPPED, TIPPING, TIPS]
TIS  TI, the seventh tone of the diatonic musical scale [n]
TIT  a small bird [n -S]
TOD  a British unit of weight [n -S]
TOE  to touch with the toe (one of the terminal members of the foot) [v TOED, TOEING, TOES]
TOG  to clothe (to provide with clothing) [v TOGGED, TOGGING, TOGS]
TOM  to be a black person eager to win the approval of white people -- an offensive term [v TOMMED, TOMMING, TOMS]
TON  a unit of weight [n -S]
TOO  in addition [adv]
TOP  to cut off the top (the highest part, point, or surface) of [v TOPPED, TOPPING, TOPS]
TOR  a high, craggy hill [n -S]
TOT  to total (to ascertain the entire amount of) [v TOTTED, TOTTING, TOTS]
TOW  to pull by means of a rope or chain [v -ED, -ING, -S] : TOWABLE ~adj
TOY  to amuse oneself as if with a toy (a child's plaything) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
UMM  um (used to indicate hesitation) [interj]
UMP  to umpire (to act as umpire (a person appointed to rule on the plays in a game)) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
UNS  UN, one [pron]
UPO  upon (on) [prep]
UPS  UP, to raise (to move to a higher position) [v]
USE  to put into service [v USED, USING, USES]
UTA  any of a genus of large lizards [n -S]
UTE  a utility vehicle [n -S]
UTS  UT, the musical tone C in the French solmization system now replaced by do [n]
WEB  to provide with a web (an interlaced fabric or structure) [v WEBBED, WEBBING, WEBS]
WED  to marry (to enter into marriage) [v WEDDED, WEDDING, WEDS]
WEE  very small [adj WEER, WEEST] / a short time [n -S]
WEN  a benign tumor of the skin [n -S]
WET  covered or saturated with a liquid [adj WETTER, WETTEST] / to make wet [v WETTED, WETTING, WETS]
WOE  tremendous grief [n -S]
WOG  a person of color, especially a person from northern Africa or western or southern Asia -- an offensive term [n -S]
WOK  a cooking utensil [n -S]
WON  to dwell (to reside (to dwell permanently or continuously)) [v WONNED, WONNING, WONS]
WOO  to seek the affection of [v -ED, -ING, -S]
WOP  an Italian -- an offensive term [n -S]
WOS  WO, woe (tremendous grief) [n]
WOT  to know (to have a true understanding of) [v WOTTED, WOTTING, WOTS]
WOW  to excite to enthusiastic approval [v -ED, -ING, -S]
XIS  XI, a Greek letter [n]
YAG  a synthetic garnet [n -S]
YAH  used as an exclamation of disgust [interj]
YAK  to chatter (to talk rapidly and trivially) [v YAKKED, YAKKING, YAKS]
YAM  a plant having an edible root [n -S]
YAP  to bark shrilly [v YAPPED, YAPPING, YAPS]
YAR  yare (nimble (agile (able to move quickly and easily))) [adj]
YAW  to deviate from an intended course [v -ED, -ING, -S]
YAY  yea (an affirmative vote) [n YAYS]
YEA  an affirmative vote [n -S]
YEH  yeah [adv]
YEN  to yearn (to have a strong or deep desire) [v YENNED, YENNING, YENS]
YEP  an affirmative reply [n -S]
YES  to give an affirmative reply to [v YESSED, YESSING, YESSES or YESES]
YET  up to now [adv]
YEW  an evergreen tree or shrub [n -S]
YOB  a hooligan (a hoodlum (a thug (a brutal ruffian or assassin))) [n -S]
YOD  a Hebrew letter [n -S]
YOK  a boisterous laugh [n -S]
YOM  day (the time between sunrise and sunset) [n YOMIM]
YON  yonder (over there) [adv]
YOU  something identified with the person addressed [n -S]
YOW  to yowl (to utter a loud, long, mournful cry) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ZAG  to turn sharply [v ZAGGED, ZAGGING, ZAGS]
ZAP  to kill or destroy instantaneously [v ZAPPED, ZAPPING, ZAPS]
ZAS  ZA, a pizza (an Italian open pie) [n]
ZAX  a tool for cutting roof slates [n -ES]
 
  
*NOTE - XU a monetary unit of Vietnam [n XU] - is the only 2-letter word in Scrabble to have no front or back hooks

and for your viewing pleasure, here are the non-hook 3-letter words:

ACE    to score a point against in a single stroke [v ACED, ACING, ACES]
ACT    to do something [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AFF    off [adv]
AFT    toward the stern [adv]
APO    a type of protein (a nitrogenous organic compound) [n APOS]
APP    a computer program for a major task [n -S]
APT    suitable (appropriate) [adj APTER, APTEST]
AUK    a diving seabird [n -S]
AVA    at all [adv]
AVE    an expression of greeting or farewell [n -S]
AVO    a monetary unit of Macao [n AVOS]
AZO    containing nitrogen [adj]
BRA    a brassiere [n -S]
BRO    a brother (a male sibling (one having the same parents as another)) [n BROS]
BRR    brrr (used to indicate that one feels cold) [interj]
BUB    young fellow [n -S]
BUD    to put forth buds (undeveloped plant parts) [v BUDDED, BUDDING, BUDS]
BUG    to annoy (to be troublesome to) [v BUGGED, BUGGING, BUGS]
BUR    to burr (to remove a rough edge from) [v BURRED, BURRING, BURS]
BUY    to purchase (to acquire by the payment of money) [v BOUGHT, BUYING, BUYS] : BUYABLE ~adj
CAP    to provide with a cap (a type of head covering) [v CAPPED, CAPPING, CAPS]
CEE    the letter C [n -S]
CEP    cepe (a large mushroom) [n -S]
CIG    a cigarette [n -S]
COB    a corncob (the woody core of an ear of corn) [n -S]
COG    to cheat at dice [v COGGED, COGGING, COGS]
COL    a depression between two mountains [n -S]
COO    to make the sound of a dove [v COOED, COOING, COOS]
COT    a light, narrow bed [n -S]
COZ    a cousin (a child of one's aunt or uncle) [n COZES or COZZES]
CRU    a grade or class of wine [n -S]
CRY    to weep (to express sorrow by shedding tears) [v CRIED, CRYING, CRIES] : CRYINGLY ~adv
CUB    the young of certain animals [n -S]
CUD    a portion of food to be chewed again [n -S]
CUE    to give a signal to an actor [v CUED, CUING or CUEING, CUES]
CUR    a mongrel dog [n -S]
CWM    a cirque (a deep, steep-walled basin on a mountain) [n -S]
DAK    transportation by relays of men and horses [n -S]
DAP    to dip lightly or quickly into water [v DAPPED, DAPPING, DAPS]
DIB    to fish by letting the bait bob lightly on the water [v DIBBED, DIBBING, DIBS]
DIE    to cut with a die (a device for shaping material) [v DIED, DIEING, DIES] / to cease living [v DIED, DYING, DIES]
DIG    to break up, turn over, or remove earth [v DUG or DIGGED, DIGGING, DIGS]
DIM    obscure (dark or indistinct) [adj DIMMER, DIMMEST] / to make dim [v DIMMED, DIMMING, DIMS]
DIP    to immerse briefly into a liquid [v DIPPED or DIPT, DIPPING, DIPS]
DRY    having no moisture [adj DRIER, DRIEST or DRYER, DRYEST] / a prohibitionist [n DRYS] / to make dry [v DRIED, DRYING, DRIES] : DRYABLE ~adj
DUB    to confer knighthood on [v DUBBED, DUBBING, DUBS]
DUD    a bomb that fails to explode [n -S]
DUE    something that is owed [n -S]
DUG    the teat or udder of a female mammal [n -S]
DUI    DUO, an instrumental duet [n]
DUO    an instrumental duet [n DUOS or DUI]
EAU    water [n EAUX]
EBB    to recede (to move back or away) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ECU    an old French coin [n -S]
EEK    used to express sudden fright [interj]
EGG    to incite or urge [v -ED, -ING, -S]
EKE    to supplement with great effort [v EKED, EKING, EKES]
EVE    evening (the latter part of the day and early part of the night) [n -S]
FIB    to tell a trivial lie [v FIBBED, FIBBING, FIBS]
FIE    used to express disapproval [interj]
FIG    to adorn (to add something to for the purpose of making more attractive) [v FIGGED, FIGGING, FIGS]
FIL    a coin of Iraq and Jordan [n -S]
FIR    an evergreen tree [n -S]
FIX    to repair (to restore to good condition) [v FIXED or FIXT, FIXING, FIXES] : FIXABLE ~adj
FIZ    a hissing or sputtering sound [n FIZZES]
FLU    a virus disease [n -S]
FLY    clever (mentally keen) [adj FLIER, FLIEST] / to move through the air [v FLEW, FLOWN, FLYING, FLIES] / to hit a ball high into the air in baseball [v FLIED, FLYING, FLIES]
FOB    to deceive (to mislead by falsehood) [v FOBBED, FOBBING, FOBS]
FOG    to cover with fog (condensed water vapor near the earth's surface) [v FOGGED, FOGGING, FOGS]
FOU    drunk (intoxicated) [adj]
FRO    away (from a certain place) [adv]
FRY    to cook over direct heat in hot fat or oil [v FRIED, FRYING, FRIES] : FRYABLE ~adj
FUB    to fob (to deceive (to mislead by falsehood)) [v FUBBED, FUBBING, FUBS]
FUD    an old-fashioned person [n -S]
FUG    to make stuffy and odorous [v FUGGED, FUGGING, FUGS]
FUR    to cover with fur (a dressed animal pelt) [v FURRED, FURRING, FURS]
GAP    to make an opening in [v GAPPED, GAPPING, GAPS]
GEE    to turn to the right [v GEED, GEEING, GEES]
GEY    very [adv]
GIB    to fasten with a wedge of wood or metal [v GIBBED, GIBBING, GIBS]
GIE    to give (to transfer freely to another's possession) [v GIED, GIEN, GIEING, GIES]
GIG    to catch fish with a pronged spear [v GIGGED, GIGGING, GIGS]
GIP    to gyp (to swindle (to take money or property from by fraudulent means)) [v GIPPED, GIPPING, GIPS]
GUL    a design in oriental carpets [n -S]
GUV    a governor (one that governs (to rule or direct)) [n -S]
GUY    to ridicule (to make fun of) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
GYM    a room for athletic activities [n -S]
GYP    to swindle (to take money or property from by fraudulent means) [v GYPPED, GYPPING, GYPS]
HUB    the center of a wheel [n -S]
HUE    color [n -S] : HUED, HUELESS ~adj
HUG    to clasp tightly in the arms [v HUGGED, HUGGING, HUGS]
HYP    hypochondria [n -S]
ICE    to cover with ice (frozen water) [v ICED, ICING, ICES]
ICH    a disease of certain fishes [n ICHS]
ICK    used to express disgust [interj]
ICY    covered with ice [adj ICIER, ICIEST]
IGG    to ignore (to refuse to notice) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ILK    a class or kind [n -S]
ILL    an evil (something that is evil) [n -S] / not well [adj ILLER, ILLEST]
IMP    to graft feathers onto a bird's wing [v -ED, -ING, -S]
IRK    to annoy or weary [v -ED, -ING, -S]
IVY    a climbing vine [n IVIES] : IVYLIKE ~adj
JEE    to gee (to turn to the right) [v JEED, JEEING, JEES]
JEU    a game [n JEUX]
JEW    to bargain with -- usually taken to be offensive [v -ED, -ING, -S]
JIB    to refuse to proceed further [v JIBBED, JIBBING, JIBS]
JIG    to bob (to move up and down) [v JIGGED, JIGGING, JIGS]
JUG    to put into a jug (a large, deep container with a narrow mouth and a handle) [v JUGGED, JUGGING, JUGS]
KEA    a parrot [n -S]
KEG    to store in a keg (a small barrel) [v KEGGED, KEGGING, KEGS]
KEP    to catch (to capture after pursuit) [v KEPPED, KEPPEN or KIPPEN, KEPPING, KEPS]
KEY    to provide with a key (a device used to turn the bolt in a lock) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
KOA    a timber tree [n -S]
KOB    a reddish brown antelope [n -S]
KUE    the letter Q [n -S]
LEA    a meadow (a tract of grassland) [n -S]
LEE    shelter from the wind [n -S]
LEG    to move with the legs (appendages that serve as a means of support and locomotion) [v LEGGED, LEGGING, LEGS]
LEI    a wreath of flowers [n -S]
LEK    a monetary unit of Albania [n LEKS or LEKE or LEKU] / to assemble for competitive displays during the mating season [v LEKKED, LEKKING, LEKS]
LEU    a monetary unit of Romania [n LEI]
LEV    a monetary unit of Bulgaria [n LEVA]
LEY    lea (a meadow (a tract of grassland)) [n LEYS]
LEZ    a lesbian -- an offensive term [n LEZZES]
LUG    to carry or pull with effort [v LUGGED, LUGGING, LUGS]
LUV    a sweetheart [n -S]
LUX    a unit of illumination [n LUXES or LUCES]
NIB    to provide with a penpoint [v NIBBED, NIBBING, NIBS]
NIL    nothing (the absence of all quantity or magnitude) [n -S]
NIM    to steal (to take without right or permission) [v NAM or NIMMED, NIMMING, NIMS]
NIP    to pinch (to squeeze between two edges or surfaces) [v NIPPED, NIPPING, NIPS]
NIX    a water sprite [n NIXES or NIXE] / to veto (to forbid or prevent authoritatively) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
NTH    pertaining to an indefinitely large ordinal number [adj]
OAF    a clumsy, stupid person [n OAFS or OAVES] : OAFISH ~adj, OAFISHLY ~adv
OAK    a hardwood tree or shrub [n -S] : OAKEN, OAKLIKE ~adj
OCA    a South American herb [n -S]
OKE    oka (a Turkish unit of weight) [n -S]
OLD    living or existing for a relatively long time [adj OLDER, OLDEST or ELDER, ELDEST] / an individual of a specified age [n -S]
OLE    a shout of approval [n -S]
OOT    out [n -S]
OUD    a stringed instrument of northern Africa [n -S]
OUR    a possessive form of the pronoun we [pron]
OVA    OVUM, the female reproductive cell of animals [n]
PHT    used as an expression of mild anger or annoyance [interj]
PLY    to supply with or offer repeatedly [v PLIED, PLYING, PLIES] : PLYINGLY ~adv
POL    a politician [n -S]
POO    to defecate -- usually considered vulgar [v -ED, -ING, -S]
POT    to put in a pot (a round, fairly deep container) [v POTTED, POTTING, POTS]
PRO    an argument or vote in favor of something [n PROS]
PRY    to inquire impertinently into private matters [v PRIED, PRYING, PRIES] : PRYINGLY ~adv
PST    psst (used to attract someone's attention) [interj]
PUB    a tavern (a place where liquor is sold to be drunk on the premises) [n -S]
PUD    pudding (a thick, soft dessert) [n -S]
PUG    to fill in with clay or mortar [v PUGGED, PUGGING, PUGS]
PUL    a coin of Afghanistan [n PULS or PULI]
PUR    to purr (to utter a low, vibrant sound) [v PURRED, PURRING, PURS]
PYX    a container in which the eucharistic bread is kept [n -ES]
QUA    in the capacity of [adv]
RAJ    dominion; sovereignty [n -ES]
RAP    to strike sharply [v RAPPED, RAPPING, RAPS]
RIA    a long, narrow inlet [n -S]
RIB    to poke fun at [v RIBBED, RIBBING, RIBS]
RIG    to put in proper condition for use [v RIGGED, RIGGING, RIGS]
RIM    to provide with a rim (an outer edge) [v RIMMED, RIMMING, RIMS]
RIP    to tear or cut apart roughly [v RIPPED, RIPPING, RIPS]
ROB    to take property from illegally [v ROBBED, ROBBING, ROBS]
ROC    a legendary bird of prey [n -S]
ROT    to decompose [v ROTTED, ROTTING, ROTS]
RUB    to move along the surface of a body with pressure [v RUBBED, RUBBING, RUBS]
RUE    to feel sorrow or remorse for [v RUED, RUING, RUES]
RUG    to tear roughly [v RUGGED, RUGGING, RUGS]
SAC    a pouchlike structure in an animal or plant [n -S]
SAP    to deplete or weaken gradually [v SAPPED, SAPPING, SAPS]
SAU    xu (a monetary unit of Vietnam) [n SAU]
SEA    the ocean (the vast body of salt water that covers most of the earth's surface) [n -S]
SEC    secant (a trigonometric function of an angle) [n -S]
SEE    to perceive with the eyes [v SAW, SEEN, SEEING, SEES] : SEEABLE ~adj
SEG    one who advocates racial segregation [n -S]
SEI    a rorqual (a large whale) [n -S]
SEW    to mend or fasten with a needle and thread [v SEWED, SEWN, SEWING, SEWS] : SEWABLE ~adj
SKY    to hit or throw toward the sky (the upper atmosphere) [v SKIED or SKYED, SKYING, SKIES]
SLY    crafty (skillful in deceiving) [adj SLIER, SLIEST or SLYER, SLYEST] : SLYLY ~adv
SPY    to watch secretly [v SPIED, SPYING, SPIES]
SRI    mister; sir -- used as a Hindu title of respect [n -S]
STY    to keep in a pigpen [v STIED or STYED, STYING, STIES]
SUB    to act as a substitute [v SUBBED, SUBBING, SUBS]
SUE    to institute legal proceedings against [v SUED, SUING, SUES]
SUK    souk (a marketplace in northern Africa and the Middle East) [n -S]
SUQ    souk (a marketplace in northern Africa and the Middle East) [n -S]
SYN    syne (since (from then until now)) [adv]
TEA    a beverage made by infusing dried leaves in boiling water [n -S]
TEE    to place a golf ball on a small peg [v TEED, TEEING, TEES]
TEG    a yearling sheep [n -S]
TEW    to work hard [v -ED, -ING, -S]
THY    a possessive form of the pronoun thou [pron]
TRY    to attempt (to make an effort to do or accomplish) [v TRIED, TRYING, TRIES]
TSK    to utter an exclamation of annoyance [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TUB    to wash in a tub (a round, open vessel) [v TUBBED, TUBBING, TUBS]
TUG    to pull with force [v TUGGED, TUGGING, TUGS]
TUI    a bird of New Zealand [n -S]
TUX    a tuxedo (a man's semiformal dinner coat) [n -ES]
TWA    two (a number) [n -S]
UGH    the sound of a cough or grunt [n -S]
UKE    ukelele (ukulele (a small guitar-like instrument)) [n -S]
ULU    an Eskimo knife [n -S]
URB    an urban area [n -S]
URD    an annual bean grown in India [n -S]
URN    a type of vase (a rounded, decorative container) [n -S] : URNLIKE ~adj
URP    to vomit (to eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
VAC    a vacuum cleaner [n -S]
VAU    vav (a Hebrew letter) [n -S]
VAV    a Hebrew letter [n -S]
VEE    the letter V [n -S]
VEG    to spend time idly [v VEGGED, VEGGING, VEGES]
VIA    by way of [prep]
VIE    to strive for superiority [v VIED, VYING, VIES]
VIG    a vigorish (a charge paid to a bookie on a bet) [n -S]
VIM    energy (the capacity for vigorous activity) [n -S]
VUG    a small cavity in a rock or lode [n -S]
WAP    to wrap (to enclose in something wound or folded about) [v WAPPED, WAPPING, WAPS]
WHY    the reason or cause of something [n WHYS]
WIG    to provide with a wig (an artificial covering of hair for the head) [v WIGGED, WIGGING, WIGS]
WIZ    a very clever or skillful person [n WIZZES or WIZES]
WRY    contorted [adj WRIER, WRIEST, WRYER, WRYEST] : WRYLY ~adv / to contort (to twist out of shape) [v WRIED, WRYING, WRIES]
WUD    insane (mentally unsound) [adj]
WYN    wynn (the rune for W) [n -S]
YIP    to yelp (to utter a sharp, shrill cry) [v YIPPED, YIPPING, YIPS]
YUK    to laugh loudly [v YUKKED, YUKKING, YUKS]
ZEE    the letter Z [n -S]
ZEK    an inmate in a Soviet labor camp [n -S]
ZEP    a long sandwich [n -S]
ZIG    to turn sharply [v ZIGGED, ZIGGING, ZIGS]
ZIP    to move with speed and vigor [v ZIPPED, ZIPPING, ZIPS]
ZOA    ZOON, the whole product of one fertilized egg [n]
ZOO    a place where animals are kept for public exhibition [n ZOOS]
ZUZ    an ancient Hebrew silver coin [n ZUZIM]
ZZZ    used to suggest the sound of snoring [interj]
 

Words are from the Official Club and Tournament Word List (OWL2) 2006 

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