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European butterflycommon blue
European butterflytwo-tailed pasha
(Cu) metallic chemical element; boiler; coin; police officer, `:Cu, coat with or cover with copper, of reddish-brown color, reddish-brown butterfly, reddish-brown metal, small coincopper
(French) section at the bottom of a French newspaper page set apart for criticism or literature or the like; short literary essay or article, part of European newspaper, something in feuilletonfeuilleton
(Louis-Joseph de) general of French armed forces in Canada (1756-59); last name, surname; name of several European and North American citiesMontcalm
15C N European intellectual movementNorthern Renaissance
16th-17th century European style (of art, music and architecture) which was characterized by elaborate ornamentationbaroque
19C European allianceHoly Alliance
a union of western European countries, established in 1960 to eliminate trade tariffs between member states (EFTA)European Free Trade Association
abduct somebody, abduction, act of physically forcing another person to have sexual intercourse; refuse of grapes left after the extraction of the juice in winemaking; European plant of the mustard family; despoiling, plundering, colza, force somebody ...rape
aconite, poisonous N European plant, poisonous plant with hooded blue flowers from which the drug aconite is producedmonkshood
adopting the characteristics of North American or European culture ideas and forms of governmentwesternization
advantageous position, be on a perch, branch; position, standing; safe place; type of spiny fish found in European and North American waters, freshwater fish, inspection frame, lay an item on a perch, peg to hang things, place for bird to sit, pole, pu...perch
advocate of European union, of European origin, of or pertaining to Europe, of the European Union, one of European origin, resident of Europe, somebody from EuropeEuropean
African rodent, European and Middle Eastern rodentmole rat
American kestrel, European and Asian hawk, N. American kestrelsparrow hawk
American or European custom, term used in the west, word or expression or practice peculiar to the west (especially USA)westernism
American who is of northern European heritage and belongs to the Protestant Church (considered to be the privileged class in the United States)WASP (White Anglo-Saxon Protestant)
American who is of northern European heritage and belongs to the Protestant Church (considered to be the privileged class in the United States), WASPWhite Anglo-Saxon Protestant
An index of foreign exchange consisting of about 10 European currencies, originally devised in 1979. See: EuroEuropean Currency Unit (E.C.U.)
ancestor of Indo-European languagesProto-Indo-European
ancient France, ancient region that included France and Belgium and other European countries, French person, native of Gaul; native of France, of Gaul; of France, somebody from GaulGaul
ancient Italian, branch of the Indo-European language familyItalic
animal of Latin American breed, being Latin American animal, Latin American of European descent, of Latin Americans of European descentcriollo
annual European song contesteurovision
any butterfly of the Morphidae family found in tropical America, blue tropical American butterflymorpho
any of a number of different European coinsfl. (Florin)
any of a number of different European coins, Florentine coin, gold or silver coin, old British coinflorin
any of a number of plants bearing clusters of small blue flowers, perennial European plantspeedwell
any of a number of winged insects of the order Lepidoptera having long slender bodies and four colorful wings; butterfly stroke (Swimming); person who is in constant pursuit of pleasurebutterfly
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