Reverse Dictionary: UND – UNDER


UNDAMAGED – ADJECTIVES
– undamaged; untarnished UNBRAIDED 1611 obs.
– undamaged; well, safe; unharmed O.K.;  OKAY 1839 colloq.


UNDAUNTED – ADJECTIVES
– undaunted UNABASED a1400 obs.
– undaunted, fearless IMPAVID 1857 rare
– undaunted, with unbroken spirit, unmoved, unaffected HALE-HEARTED 1875 Sc.


UNDECEIVE – VERBS
UNBEGUILE to undeceive …1601


UNDECIDED – ADJECTIVES
 AVOIRDUPOIS undecided; in doubt, wavering in one’s mind …1875 Eng. dial.
 AWVISH reluctant, undecided …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
 BETWEEN TWO MINDS in doubt or suspense; undecided …1862 Ireland & Sc.
 DACKER hesitating, uncertain, undecided; said of a person who can’t make up his mind, and to the weather when unsettled …1887 Sc.
 DEAD-SWEER undecided …1721 Sc.
 DILLY-DALLY undecided, shilly-shally …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
 DOUBLE-MINDED wavering or undecided in mind …1545
 HAFFLING hesitating, indecisive; prevaricating …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 HAFFLY hesitating, indecisive; prevaricating …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 HAIFTY-KAIFTY wavering, undecided …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 HAUFISH reluctant, undecided …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
 HAVERDEPAISE undecided; in doubt, wavering in one’s mind …1875 Eng. dial.
 HAWVISH undecided, indefinite …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
 HEFTY-KEFTY wavering, undecided …B1900 Eng. dial.
 HIGHTY-TIGHTY fussy, undecided …B1900 Eng. dial.
 IFFING-AND-OFFING; IFING-AND-OFFING in a state of indecision …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 IFING-AND-ANDING hesitating …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 IZEY-TIZEY uncertain, wavering, undecided …B1900 Eng. dial.
 MEEDLESS undecided, unable to make up one’s mind; heedless, without thought or plan …1703 Eng. dial.
 QUAVERY-MAVERY in an uncertain or precarious condition; undecided, and hesitating how to decide …1809 rare
 TITTY TODDY vacillating, undecided; silly, fussy, crotchety …1875 Eng. dial.
 UNABSOLVED unsettled, undecided …1721 obs.
 WAFFLING indecisive, hesitating, vacillating, shilly-shallying …1847 Sc.& Eng. dial.
 WAFFLY hesitating, undecided, vacillating; weak …1890 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 WHIFFLE-MINDED fickle; vacillating, undecided …1844 Amer. dial.
 WOBBLY uncertain, undecided; risky …1884 UK sl.
 YEA-NAY wavering, undecided; feeble in character …1902 Eng. dial.
 
UNDECIDED – NOUNS
 JEOPARDY an even chance; an undecided state of affairs; uncertainty; chance …c1374 obs.
 
UNDECIDED – NOUNS, PERSON
 FICKLE JOHNNY CROW one who does not know his own mind …Bk1892 W. Indian sl.
 SANNOCK a fanciful, dainty person; one who is slow and undecided, or namby-pamby …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– WAFFLE-BAGS one who hesitates or vacillates; a weak, undecided person …1889 Eng. dial.
 WAFFLER a weak, indecisive, vacillating person; one who hesitates; a ditherer; a laggard …1819 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– WAFFLES one who hesitates or vacillates; a trifling, undecided person; a loafer, an idle sauntering person …B1900 Eng. dial.
 
UNDECIDED – VERBS
 BELBEVAR to puzzle; to perplex; to be unable to decide …Bk1911 Sc.
 BE ON THE BALANCE to hesitate, to be undecided …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
 DICKER AROUND to waste time in indecision …1967 Amer. dial.
 HAFFLE AND CAFFLE to shilly-shally …1896 Eng. dial.
 HAFFLE-CAFFLE to falter, to vacillate, to act with indecision …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 HANG IN THE WIND to be or remain in dubious suspense; to be doubtful, undecided; to be irresolute, to vacillate …1555
 HIFFLE-HAFFLE to be undecided …B1900 Eng. dial.
 MAMMER to hesitate; to be undecided; to waver in determination …1350 Eng. dial.
 NIGNAY to trifle, to fuss about, to work without result; to hum and haw, to be undecided, to vacillate; to do what is useless; to show reluctance …1880 Sc.
 WAFFLE to waver, to be uncertain, undecided, or hesitant; to vacillate …1819 Sc.& N. Eng. dial.


UNDECLARED – ADJECTIVES
– undeclared, unmanifested UNAWNED c1200 obs.


UNDEFENSIBLE – ADJECTIVES
– undefensible, unreasonable UNFACEABLE Bk1905 Eng. dial.


UNDEFILED – ADJECTIVES
– undefiled UNDEETED;  UNDIGHTED 1859 Eng. dial.
– undefiled, pure, uncorrupted UNACCURSED;  UNACCURST a1674
– undefiled, unpolluted IMPOLLUTE 1382 obs.
– undefiled, unpolluted IMPOLLUTED 1548 obs.

UNDEFILED – NOUNS
– a being undefiled or unpolluted IMPOLLUTION 1611 obs. rare


UNDEMANDING – ADJECTIVES
– undemanding, easy; requiring little or no effort; later, involving little effort, but ample or disproportionate rewards CUSHY 1895 sl., orig. military usage
– undemanding, easy, ‘soft’ CANDY 1930s US sl.


UNDENIABLY – ADVERBS
– undeniably UNAGAINSAYABLY c1449 obs. rare


UNDEPENDABLE – ADJECTIVES
– not to be depended on; uncertain; unreliable; changeable; inconstant; capricious; fickle TICKLE a1300 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– undependable, changeable; treacherous TEPTIOUS 1876 Eng. dial.
– undependable; dishonest FLY-BY-NIGHT Bk2006 US sl.
– undependable, untrustworthy, criminal NO-ACCOUNT 1845 Amer. dial.
– undependable, untrustworthy, dishonest, evasive SHIFTY 1884 Amer. dial.

UNDEPENDABLE – NOUNS, PERSON
– an undependable person WRONG NUMBER Bk1942 US sl.
– an undependable, unreliable, or inadequate person BROKEN STICK 1946 Amer. dial.
– an undependable, untrustworthy person LUOKAL-MEDIOCAL 1950s W. Indies


UNDER – ADVERBS
– more under UNDERMER Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– under UNDERLINGS Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– under, beneath (of actual position) ANUNDER B1900 Eng. dial.

UNDER – PREPOSITIONS
– under, below ABLOW 1894 Sc.
– under, underneath ABLOW 1768 Sc. & Eng. dial.


UNDERAGE – NOUNS, PERSON
– a girl under the legal age for copulation even with consent SAN QUENTIN JAIL-BAIT M20 US sl.
– a male under the age of legal consent as an object of sexual desire SAN QUENTIN BREAKFAST 1976 US sl.
– an underage girl; a girl under the legal age for copulation even with consent SAN QUENTIN QUAIL 1939 US sl.
– a young person, usually a girl, who is under the age of sexual consent BAIT 1995 sl.


UNDERBRUSH – NOUNS
– a place where underbrush, weeds, vines, and small trees grow together so that it’s nearly impossible to get through HARE TANGLE;  TANGLEFOOT 1966 Amer. dial.
– the underbrush HACKING 1975 Amer. dial.
– underbrush, weeds, unwanted vegetation FILTH c1900 Amer. dial.
– underwood UNDER-BRUSHINGS Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– underwood as distinguished from timber trees GADWOOD Bk1900 Eng. dial.


UNDERCOVER – NOUNS, PERSON
– a narcotics agent working undercover U-C MAN Bk1992 criminals’ sl.
– an undercover agent U.C. 1986 US sl.
– any undercover agent U-C MAN Bk1992 criminals’ & law enforcement sl. 


UNDERGARMENTS – see UNDERWEAR


UNDERGO, UNDERGOING – NOUNS
– an undergoing or enduring; anything endured UNDERGANGING Bk1905 Eng. dial.

UNDERGO etc. – VERBS
– to undergo, to endure UNDERGANG 1743 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– to undergo, to experience; to receive COP M19 sl.


UNDERGROUND – ADJECTIVES
CATACHTHONIAN underground, subterranean …1888
CATACHTHONIC underground, subterranean …1884
HYPOGEAL existing or growing beneath the surface of the ground; underground; subterranean …1686
HYPOGEAN existing or growing beneath the surface of the ground; underground …1852
SUB-TERRA subterranean; below the surface of the earth, underground …1841 rare
SUBTERRANE subterranean; below the surface of the earth, underground …1614 rare
SUBTERRANEAL underground …1592 obs.
SUBTERRANEOUS below the surface of the earth; underground …1607 rare
SUBTERRANY subterranean; underground …1626 obs. rare
SUBTERRENE subterranean; underground …1610
SUBTERRENEAN subterranean, underground …1670 obs. rare
SUBTERRESTRIAL subterranean, underground …1613 rare
SUBTERRESTRIAL of animate things: living or working underground …1615 obs.

UNDERGROUND – NOUNS
SUBTERRANE an underground cave, chamber, or dwelling …1774 rare
SUBTERRANEAN an underground cave, chamber, or dwelling …1797
SUBTERRANEITY the condition of being subterranean; a place or thing found underground …1686 obs. rare
SUBTERRANITY the condition of being subterranean; a place or thing found underground …1646 obs. or rare
SUBTERRENE an underground dwelling, etc. …1854
SUBTERRESTRIAL a creature living underground …1800

UNDERGROUND – NOUNS, PERSON
GROUNDHOG a person who customarily works underground, esp. a miner or caisson worker …1903 Amer. sl.
SANDHOG a tunnel construction worker; any underground worker …1877 US sl.
SAND-HOGGER a tunnel construction worker; any underground worker …1877 US sl. 


UNDERGROWN – ADJECTIVES
– undergrown, short, dumpy UNDERGROUND Bk1905 Eng. dial.

UNDERGROWN – NOUNS, PERSON
– an undergrown, small, neat person NACKET 1808 Sc.


UNDERHAND, UNDERHANDED, UNDERHANDEDLY – ADJECTIVES
 BACKANAHAN untrustworthy, underhanded …1996 Belize
 BACK-DOOR mean, stealthy, underhand, devious, cunning, untrustworthy …Bk1898 N. Ireland
 BACK-HANDED underhanded, deceitful …1893 Eng. dial.
 BALD-HEADED deliberately deceptive, underhand …L19 African-American sl.
 CHICKEN underhanded, sneaky; thoughtless or inconsiderate …20C Amer. sl.
 CLANCULARIOUS private, secret; unknown; clandestine, underhand …1656 obs.
– CLANCULARY secret, private; clandestine, underhand …1563 obs.
 DERN of persons: secret in purpose or action; reseved, close; hence, underhand, sly, crafty …a1000 obs.
 HANKY-SPANKY underhanded …B1900 Amer.
 HIDLINGS hidden, secret, underhand, clandestine …L18 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
 HOOKY-CROOKY an underhand act or practice …1830
 LEER looking askance; oblique, indirect; sly, underhand …1629 obs.
 LEFT-HANDED characterized by underhand dealings …1694 obs.
 LERE looking askance; oblique, indirect; sly, underhand …1629 obs.
 ORGANIZED acquired illicitly, by underhand methods …1920s sl., orig. military
 SHNIDE;  SNIDE false, counterfeit, sham, bogus, phony, fake; hence, mean, contemptible, underhand …1859 UK
 SINISTROUS underhand; dishonest; corrupt …1600 obs.
 SINISTRUOUS dishonest, doing wrong; underhand …1582-8 Sc. obs. rare
 SNEAKY underhanded or secretive …1833
 SNIDEY false, counterfeit, sham, bogus; hence, mean, contemptible, underhand …1859 UK
 TRICKSY inclined to swindle or cheat; deceitful, underhanded …1766
 UNDER-CREEPING underhand, sly, sneaking …1863 Eng. dial.
 UNDERMINDED sly, deceptive, double-faced; underhand, mean, treacherous …1902 Eng. & Amer. dial.
 UNDERNEAN deceitful, treacherous, underhand …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 
UNDERHAND etc. – ADVERBS
 BEHIND HAND in secret, in an underhand way …Bk1905 Sc.
 SINISTROUSLY corruptly; by underhand means …1817
 UNDER THE WIND secretly, by underhand means …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 UNDER-THUMB secretly; in an underhand manner …1824 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 
UNDERHAND etc. – NOUNS
 ANKY-PRANKY trickery, underhand dealing, shuffling …1886 Eng. dial.
 BACK-HANDER an underhand comment …M19 sl.
 BACKSPANG an underhand trick, esp. a retreat from a bargain …1892 Sc. & N. Ireland
 BONNET a thing or person used to put a good face on underhand proceedings …E19 arch. sl.
 BOUT-GATE a roundabout way; an underhand means; a deceitful course …Bk1911 Sc.
 DEAL an underhand or secret transaction; a trade of questionable legality; a mutually beneficial commercial or political arrangement …1881 US sl.
 FAST ONE a trick intended to deceive or defraud; any scheme seen as immoral, corrupt, or underhand …1923 US sl.
 FUNNIES deceitful or underhand practices …L19 sl.
 FUNNY BUSINESS deceitful or underhand practices …1891 sl.
 FUNNY STUFF deceitful or underhand practices …L19 sl.
 FUNNY WORK deceitful or underhand practices …L19 sl.
 HANKY-PANKY jugglery, legerdemain; trickery, double dealing, underhand dealing; dishonest or corrupt activity; deceit …1841 sl.
 HENKY-PENKY trickery, underhand dealing, shuffling …1886 Eng. dial.
 LOW ROAD a method, manner, etc., that is underhand, unscrupulous, or otherwise contemptible
 MAFFLE concealment, underhand work …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 MAFFLEMENT concealment, underhand work …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 MONKEY BUSINESS foolishness; also, underhand actions or trickery; misbehaviour …1883 Amer. sl.
 MONKEY CAPERS monkey business …1846 Amer. sl.
 MONKEY PLAY foolishness; also, underhand actions or trickery; misbehaviour …1953 Amer. sl.
 MONKEY WORK mischievous or underhanded activity, monkey business …1898 Amer. dial.
 NIGGER IN THE BARREL an underhand concealed fact, factor, or motive; something suspicious …1967 Amer. dial., derogatory
 NIGGER IN THE FENCE an underhand or  concealed fact, factor, or motive; something suspicious …1847 Amer. dial., derogatory
 NIGGER IN THE WOODPILE an underhand or  concealed fact, factor, or motive; something suspicious …1846 Amer. dial., derogatory
 PACK a private or clandestine arrangement, pact, or compact; a secret or underhand design agreed upon by two or more persons; a plot, conspiracy, intrigue …1571 obs.
 PUT-UP JOB something pre-arranged in an underhanded way …1838 Brit. sl.
 QUAINTISE cunning, craft, underhand dealing …a1300 obs.
 SMART STUFF tricky, underhanded activity …1940s African-American sl.
 STROKE an underhanded trick …1970 Brit. sl.
 UNDER-CREEPING slyness, underhand ways …1893 Eng. dial.
 
UNDERHAND etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
 BONNET a person used to put a good face on underhand proceedings …E19 arch. sl.
 MOUDIEWARP an underhand person; a sneak, a plotter, a spy …1832 Sc.
 MOUDIEWORT an underhand person; a sneak, a plotter, a spy …1832 Sc.
 MOULDWARP an underhand person; a sneak, a plotter, a spy …1832 Sc.
 RAT-FACE a sly, underhanded person …20C Amer. sl.
 SCODGY a mean, underhand fellow; a suspicious-looking person …1824 Sc.
 SNAKE IN THE GRASS a term of contempt; a sneaky, despised, underhanded person; a lurking danger …17C colloq.
 UNDERDEALER an underhand dealer or agent …1682 obs.
 WASP a person stinging and under-handed …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
 
UNDERHAND etc. – PHRASES
 WE HAD ONE BUT THE WHEEL CAME OFF used to indicate that the speaker has not understood the subject of a conversation …1910s
 
UNDERHAND etc. – VERBS
 BRIGUE to intrigue; to solicit by underhand means …Sc.
 CHISEL to obtain by begging or underhanded means …1927 Amer. sl.
 CHIZZLE to obtain by begging or underhanded means …1927 Amer. sl.
 FIGHT AT THE LEG to do something underhand or unsporting in order to gain an advantage …1785 obs.
 GAME OFF to act deceitfully, to manipulate; to get an advantage over someone by underhand means …1960s sl., orig. US
 GAME ON to act deceitfully, to manipulate; to get an advantage over someone by underhand means …1960s sl., orig. US
 HONEY-FUGGLE to dupe, deceive, cheat, swindle; to act in an underhand manner in order to deceive …1829 Amer. dial.
 OIL to cheat; to act in an underhand way; to obtain unfairly; to evade …L19 sl.
 OIL to move quietly, stealthily, or in an underhand, surreptitious manner …1920s sl.
 PACK to enter into a private arrangement; to agree in a secret or underhand design; to plot, to conspire, to scheme, to intrigue …a1529 obs.
 PACK OR PEEL WITH A PERSON to trade unfairly, to have unlawful or underhand dealings with him …1757 Sc.
 SCHLENTER to obtain by underhand means …1970s S. Afr. sl.
 SHARK to steal, to pilfer, or obtain by underhand or cheating means …1613 arch.
 SKELM to do something in an underhand way …20C S. Afr. criminals’ sl.
 SMOU(T)CH to cheat; to engage in devious or underhanded activities, to finagle …1840 Amer. dial.
 SMOUGE to cheat; to engage in devious or underhanded activities, to finagle …1855 Amer. dial.


UNDERLING – NOUNS, PERSON
– an underling; a child; a small person; a dwarf MUNCHKIN 1950s sl.
– any despised underling or subordinate STOOGE 1910s sl., orig. US


UNDERMINE, UNDERMINED – ADJECTIVES
– undermined; buried YDOLVE 1340 obs.

UNDERMINE etc. – VERBS
– to undermine UNDER-GRUB Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– to undermine UNDERMIND 1788 Amer. dial.
– to undermine someone’s efforts; to spoil a situation or a circumstance QUEER A PITCH 1875 UK sl.
– to undermine, to harm SPIKE L19 sl.


UNDERNEATH – ADJECTIVES
– placed underneath SUBDITITIOUS 1657 obs. rare
– underneath SUBDITITIOUS 1896 Eng. dial.

UNDERNEATH – ADVERBS
– underneath UNDERNEAN 1896 Eng. dial.

UNDERNEATH – PREPOSITIONS
– underneath ANUNDER 1768 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– underneath UNDERNEAN 1896 Eng. dial.

UNDERNEATH – NOUNS
a position underneath, a placing below SUBTERPOSITION 1833 rare

UNDERNEATH – VERBS
– to place underneath SUBTERPOSE 1894 rare


UNDERNOURISHED – NOUNS, PERSON
– an undernourished puny, feeble person WAMBLIN 1825 Sc. 


UNDERPRIVILEGED – ADJECTIVES
– underprivileged UNDERLY 1991 Amer. dial.


UNDERSIZED – ADJECTIVES
 ACAMY diminutive, undersized, infirm …1845 Sc.
DEARY small, minute, little, undersized, puny …1691 Eng. dial.
DEARY LITTLE small, minute, little, undersized, puny …1790 Eng. dial.  
DINKY small; undersized …Bk2006 US sl.
MANIKIN;  MANNIKIN dwarf, pygmy, diminutive, undersized, puny …1840
MINIKIN small, delicate; neat; effeminate; puny, undersized …Bk1903 Eng. dial.  
TEUNY weak, sickly, undersized …1887 Eng. dial.
UNDERHANDED short, undersized, poorly developed …1856 Eng. dial.

UNDERSIZED – NOUNS
SCRADYIN anything stunted or undersized …1924 Sc. 

UNDERSIZED – NOUNS, PERSON
DURGAN;  DURGEN an undersized person or animal; a dwarf; a little, thickset person …1706 Eng. dial.
GHOST a sickly, thin, or undersized person; a term of contempt …1805 Sc. obs.
JACK SPRAT an undersized man or boy; a dwarf; a very small man …c1570
MANNIE an undersized or little man; a term of contempt; a term of endearment for a small boy …L17 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– MINIFER a child undersized for its age …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
NESTOR an undersized boy …Bk1902 Winchester College usage
WALLIDRAGGLE;  WALLYDRAGGLE a thin, ill-grown, undersized person or animal …1736 Sc. 


UNDERSTAND, UNDERSTANDABLE, UNDERSTANDING, UNDERSTOOD – ADJECTIVES
 BRIGHT easy to perceive or understand; clear, evident ….a1200
 CLEAR AS VODKA very understandable; often used sarcastically …Bk2006 US sl.
 DARK hard to understand; obscure in meaning …c1320
 FAMILIAR homely, plain; hence, easily understood …1529 obs.
 INTERPRETATE interpreted, understood …1526 obs. rare
 NOWHERE incapable of understanding …1950s Amer. sl.
 PERCEIVANT perceiving, observant, observing, understanding …c1400 obs. rare
 SACKY imbecile, deficient in understanding …1854 Eng. dial.
 ZACKY imbecile, deficient in understanding …1854 Eng. dial.
 UNACUTE lacking understanding …1775
 UNBESOTTED able to understand, wise …1875
 
UNDERSTAND etc. – ADVERBS
 RENABLE fluently, easily to be understood …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
 SKILLWISELY reasonably; rationally; with understanding …a1300 obs.
 
UNDERSTAND etc. – INTERJECTIONS/PHRASES
 BEYOND ONE’S DEPTH beyond the range of one’s competence or understanding
 COMPY? do you understand? …1947 US
 DO YOU DIG ME? do you understand? …World War II Amer. sl.
 DO YOU OLIVER? do you understand? …L18 rhyming sl. (Oliver Cromwell on ‘tumble’ to understand)
 DO YOU SAVVY? do you understand …L18
 I HEAR YOU an emphatic way of saying I understand, ‘yes’ …1930s sl.
 ILL TO FOLLOW difficult to understand …Bk1905 Sc.
 IT BEATS ME I don’t understand …1882 sl.
 JENNY SASS PASS I do not understand; (French ‘je ne sais pas’) …Amer. World War I sl.
 JENNY’S PA I do not understand; (French ‘je ne sais pas’) …Amer. World War I sl.
 MESSAGE RECEIVED I understand what you’re getting at – there’s no need to go on about it …1940s colloq.
 MESSAGE RECEIVED LOUD AND CLEAR I understand what you’re getting at – there’s no need to go on about it …1940s colloq.
 OUT OF ONE’S DEPTH beyond the range of one’s competence or understanding
 SAVVY? do you understand …L18
 YOU LOST ME I don’t understand what you’ve said …1962 sl.
 
UNDERSTAND etc. – NOUNS
 CLOSED BOOK a thing of which one has no understanding
 FANG mental grasp, understanding; the ‘hang’ of a thing …1951 Sc.
 GUMPTION common sense; good judgement; understanding, intellect …1815 Amer. dial.
 HAYSTACK AGREEMENT a secret understanding …1928 Amer. dial.
 HEAD-PIECE the head, as seat of the intellect; brain, understanding, intellect …1588
 INTELLECTUALS. intellect, understanding, mental capacity …1714 Sc.
 I-WIT knowledge; understanding; wits, senses …c888 obs.
 KENNING understanding, power of apprehension …1874 Sc.
 KNOWLEDGE the faculty of understanding or knowing; intelligence, intellect …a1387 obs.
 KNOWLEDGING the condition or faculty of knowing; understanding, cognizance, notice, recognition, acquaintance; knowledge …c1225 obs.
 PERCEIT perception, understanding, comprehension …1399 obs. rare
 RECKONING comprehension, understanding, knowledge …1891 Eng. dial.
 SABBE;  SABBY;  SABE understanding, intelligence, awareness …L18
 SAPIENCE wisdom, understanding …a1300
 SAVEY;  SAVVEY;  SAVVY understanding, intelligence, awareness …L18
 SAVV understanding, intelligence, awareness …L18
 SCAVEY understanding, intelligence, awareness …L18
 SCOLLE the skull, the head; the brain; understanding, ability …Bk1904 Sc.
 SKILL knowledge or understanding of something …1587 arch.
 SUBINTELLECTION the act of supplying in thought …1624
 
UNDERSTAND etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
 HARD NUT TO CRACK, A a person who is difficult to convince, understand, or know …Aust. sl.
 
UNDERSTAND etc. – VERBS
 ACE IN to understand …Amer. sl.
 BE JERRY TO to understand or realize the meaning of something …1908 US sl.
 BEKNOW to admit one’s knowledge of; to acknowledge, to confess; to know, to understand …c1325 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
 BIC to understand …1980 US military in Vietnam usage
 BOOT to understand …Bk1947 Amer. sl.
 BOTTLE TOP to catch, gain, or understand something …1974 UK rhyming sl. on ‘cop’
 CAPISH to understand, to comprehend …1965 Amer. dial.
 CARVE SOMEONE’S KNOB to make someone understand …1953 US sl.
 CATCH ON to understand or realize the meaning of something …1884 sl., orig. US
 CATCH ON TO to understand or realize the meaning of something …1884 sl., orig. US
 CATCH THE DRIFT to understand; to follow the direction of a discussion, argument, etc. …1821
 CATCH THE WIND OF THE WORD to quickly understand the meaning of what is said, to catch on …B1900 Irish
 CLICK to suddenly understand …1939 sl.
 CLOCK THE ACTION to understand …Bk1947 Amer. sl.
 CLUTCH to understand …Bk1947 Amer. sl.
 COLLAR to understand …Bk1947 Amer. sl.
 COLLAR THE JIVE to understand …Bk1947 Amer. sl.
 COME A TUMBLE to detect something; to understand something …1992 UK rhyming sl. for ‘rumble’
 COP to understand, to ‘get’ …1940s African-American sl.
 COTTON ON to understand or realize the meaning of something …1929 sl.
 COTTON ON TO to understand or realize the meaning of something …1922 colloq.
 DEAL THE BANK to settle a dispute; to come to an understanding …B1900 Sc.  
 DIG to regard favourably; to like, to understand, to appreciate; to approve of; to enjoy …1939 orig. US
 DIG THE JIVE to understand …Bk1947 Amer. sl.
 DING IN TO SOMEONE to repeat till understood, to force into the understanding …1790 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 DROP TO IT to understand or realize the meaning of something …1819 sl.
 EARWIG to understand …1910s rhyming sl. for ‘twig’
 EDZACT to reason out; also, to understand fully …1928 Amer. dial.
 FACULTY to understand, to comprehend …1934 Amer. dial.
 FAG-END to have only a partial or muddled understanding of something that has been said …c1955 sl.
 FAIL to fail to understand, to be unable to understand …1980s US students’ sl.
 FASTEN ON to come to a binding understanding or agreement …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
 FATHOM to get to the bottom of; to thoroughly understand …1625
 FEEL to understand someone …Bk2006 US sl.
 FERSTEH to understand …1950 Amer. dial.
 GET to understand or realize the meaning of something …1907 sl.
 GET A HANDLE ON SOMETHING to acquire the means of understanding or of forming an opinion about something …1972 sl., orig. US
 GET NEXT TO to understand or realize the meaning of something …1896 US sl.
 GET ONE’S ARMS AROUND to gain control of, be able to manage a difficult talk, situation, etc.; to fully understand and deal with a complex issue or problem …1966 colloq.
 GET THE DRIFT to understand; to follow the direction of a discussion, argument, etc. …1949
 GET THE PICTURE to understand, to grasp a situation …1938 sl.
 GET WISE to understand or realize the meaning of something …1896 sl., orig. US
 GET WISE TO to understand or realize the meaning of something …1896 sl., orig. US
 GET WITH IT to understand …1950s Amer. sl.
 GET YOUR ARMS AROUND to grasp the meaning of …1989 US sl.
 HACK to understand …1970s US sl.
 HARKEN to hear with attention, to give ear to a thing; to listen to; to heed; to understand, to learn by hearing …c1000 now poetic
 HAVE to understand, to comprehend; to have a knowledge of …1893 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 HAVE GUTS IN ONE’S BRAIN(S) to have a solid understanding; to be genuinely intelligent; to have sense …c1660 colloq.
 HAVE IT COVERED to understand a person and accept their position …1950s sl., orig. African-American
 HAVE ONE’S NUMBER to understand a person’s real motives, character, etc. …1853 sl.
 HAVE SOMEONE TAPED to completely understand someone …1914 sl.
 HEAR to understand …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– HEARKEN to hear with attention, to give ear to a thing; to listen to; to heed; to understand, to learn by hearing …c1000 now poetic
 HITCH ON to understand …1885 Amer. sl.
 INSENSE to cause to understand; to explain, to inform; to enlighten …1804 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 INSENSE to understand …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
 INTAKE to understand, to comprehend, to ‘take in’ …1886 Eng. dial.
 I-WITE to understand, to know, to get to know, to learn …c900 obs.
 JERRY to understand or realize the meaning of something …1894 sl., chiefly Aust. & NZ
 KEN to know, to understand, to perceive a fact, etc.; to be aware of …a1300 now chiefly Sc.
 KNOW (ALL) THE ANGLES to have a comprehensive knowledge of something; to understand the subtleties …1807
 KNOW THE SCORE to understand, to grasp the essentials of the present situation …1938 sl.
 LATCH to understand …1938 US sl.
 LATCH ON to understand or realize the meaning of something …Bk1947 sl.
 LATCH ON TO to understand or realize the meaning of something …1962 sl.
 LATCH THE JIVE to understand …Bk1947 Amer. sl.
 MAKE NEITHER END-LANG NOR SIDE OF to make nothing of, to not understand or comprehend …1875 Eng. dial.
 MAKE NEITHER END NOR SIDE OF to make nothing of, to fail to understand …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
 MAKE NEITHER MANE NOR TAIL OF A THING to make neither head nor tail of it; to not understand …1894 Sc.
 MARK SOMEONE’S CARD to realize, to see and understand …1960s sl.
 NOUS to understand or learn …M19 sl.
 OLIVER (CROMWELL) to understand …L19 rhyming sl. for ‘tumble’
 ONFANG to take with the mind; to conceive or understand in a particular way …c1200 obs.
 READ to understand, to perceive, to comprehend fully; to estimate truly …1867 Eng. dial.
 READ LIKE A BOOK to understand one’s thoughts, motives, etc….1844 sl.
 RIDDLE to explain, to solve, to understand …1870 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 SABE to understand, to be aware of …L18
 SAVEE;  SAVEY;  SAVEZ;  SAVVEY;  SAVVY to understand or realize the meaning of something …1785 sl.
 SCAVEY to understand, to be aware of …L18
 SIGHT to understand …1980 Bahamas
 SKILL to understand, to comprehend …a1500 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
 SUBINTELLECT to supply in thought; to understand …1811-31 rare
 SUSS to understand or realize the meaning of something …1966 Brit. sl.
 SUSS OUT to understand or realize the meaning of something …1966 Brit. sl.
 TAKE to understand …1838 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
 TAKE A DROP TO to realize, to understand …L19 sl.
 TAKE A JERRY TO to understand or realize the meaning of something …1919 Aust. & NZ sl.
 TAKE IN to understand …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 TIPPLE to appreciate; to understand; to work out …1990s sl.
 TUMBLE TO to grasp the meaning or hidden implications of an idea, circumstance, etc. …1846 sl.
 TUMBLE TO THE RACKET to understand; to perceive; to comprehend; to get accustomed to a thing …1883 Eng. dial.
 TWIG to understand or realize the meaning of something …1815 sl.
– UMBLE-CUM-STUMBLE to thoroughly understand, to detect, to suspect …1866
 UNDERCOMESTUMBLE to understand; generally used facetiously …1897 Eng. dial.
 UNDERCUMESTUMBLE to understand …M19 sl.
 UNDERCUMFUND to understand …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 UNDERCUMSTAND. to understand …1836 Eng. dial.
 UNDERCUMSTUMBLE to understand; generally used facetiously …1897 Eng. dial.
 UNDERDIG to understand fully …2000s African-American sl.
 UNDERFIND to perceive, to understand …c1200 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
 UNDERSTUMBLE to understand …M19 sl.
 VIOLET CRUMBLE to understand …1990s Aust. rhyming sl. for ‘tumble’
 WISE UP to understand or realize the meaning of something …1919 sl., orig. & chiefly US
 WISE UP TO to understand or realize the meaning of something …1919 sl., orig. & chiefly US
 WRAP UP to thoroughly understand …World War II Aust. Air Force usage


UNDERTAKE, UNDERTAKING – NOUNS
ADVENTRY an adventure; an enterprise or undertaking …a1616 obs. rare
BEGINNING an undertaking …1481 obs.

UNDERTAKE etc. – PHRASES
EVERY KNIFE OF HIS’N HAS A GOLDEN HAFT everything he undertakes turns out well … Bk1905 Eng. dial.

UNDERTAKE etc. – VERBS
ATTACK to undertake …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
BITE OFF MORE THAN ONE CAN CHEW to undertake too much, to be too ambitious …1878 orig. US
CHEW to undertake and carry through a job, etc. …1967 Amer. dial.
FANG to promise, to resolve, to undertake …c1175 obs.
HAVE TWO HARES AFOOT to undertake too many things …1658-9 obs.
ONFANG to undertake …971 obs.
RAP AT A VENTURE to embark upon an undertaking; to do it expeditiously …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
RUN AFTER TWO HARES to undertake too many things …17C
TAKE THROUGH HANDS to undertake …Bk1905 Eng. dial.


UNDERTAKER – ADJECTIVES
IN COLD STORAGE on the undertaker’s slab …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
ON ICE on the undertaker’s slab …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
ON THE COOLING BOARD on the undertaker’s slab …Bk1942 Amer. sl.

UNDERTAKER – NOUNS
BLACK WORK undertakers’ work …1859
 COLD COOKSHOP an undertaker’s premises …c1830 sl.
 COLD COOK’S SHOP an undertaker’s premises …c1830 sl.

UNDERTAKER – NOUNS, PERSON
BEREAVEMENT COUNSELLOR an undertaker …Bk1998
BLACK COAT an undertaker …1939 US sl.
BLACK MAN a funeral director, an undertaker …1927 Eng. dial.
BLACK MASTER a funeral furnisher, an undertaker …1823 Eng. dial.
BLACK WORKER an undertaker …Bk1891 sl.
 CARRION-HUNTER an undertaker …L18 Brit. sl.
 COLD COOK an undertaker …1720s sl.
DEATH-HUNTER an undertaker …L18 sl.
GHOUL an undertaker …1900 US sl.
GLOOMER an undertaker …1963 S. Afr. sl.
MORTICIAN a person who arranges funerals; an undertaker …1895 orig. & chiefly Amer.

UNDERTAKER – VERBS
DO A JOB to perform the job of undertaker …19C Brit. euphemism


UNDERTONE – ADJECTIVES
– spoken in an undertone, or a soft, gentle voice SUMMISS a1734 obs. rare


UNDERVALUE – VERBS
– to undervalue UNDER-RECKON Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– to undervalue, to depreciate, to disparage NITHER 1866 Sc. 
– to undervalue, to disparage, to depreciate DECLINE 1509 obs.
– to undervalue, to dispraise, to slight; to malign, to calumniate LACK 1715 Sc. & Eng. dial.


UNDERWATER – NOUNS
– the underwater realms HYDROSPACE 1964


UNDERWEAR, UNDERGARMENTS – NOUNS
 ABC’S underwear …1949 US sl.
 ALABAMA WOOL cotton clothing, esp. underwear …1958 Amer. dial.
 ALANS knickers …1960s Brit. rhyming sl. (Alan Whickers)
 ALAN WHICKERS knickers …1960s Brit. rhyming sl.
 ALL-OVERS long underwear …1926 Amer. dial.
 ARTICLES breeches, trousers; a suit of clothes;  possibly also underwear …1780 cant
 ATOMIC WEDGIE an instance of pulling someone’s underpants up very tightly from the rear, so that the cloth is pulled between the victim’s buttocks; a severe wedgie …Bk2006 US sl.
 ATWOOD a ‘wedgie’ in one’s underwear …20C Can. teen & high school sl.
 BALL-LAP a man’s underwear flap …17C Eng. dial.
 BALLS UP a man’s underwear flap …17C Eng. dial.
 BALL UP a man’s underwear flap; the front or flap of the breeches …17C Eng. & Amer. dial.
 BEEVEEDEES underwear; men’s underwear …Bk2006 US sl.
 BLANKET DRAWERS long handled underwear about of the same itchiness and same thickness as a horse blanket …1958 Amer. logging usage
 BOOBADS ads for bras and other female undergarments …Bk1998 sl.
 BODY LINEN underclothing …a1883 Amer. dial.
 BRITCHES underwear …1908 Amer. dial.
 BULLY-WOOLLIES long underwear …1965 Amer. dial.
 BVDs underwear, esp. long underwear …1920s Amer. sl.
 CACKERSARNIE the condition that exists when someone pulls your trousers or underpants forcefully upward, forming a wedge between buttock cheeks; the act of putting someone in that position …1980s UK sl., chiefly schoolboys’ usage
 CACKS knickers …1980s sl.
 CAM a camisole or underbodice …20C sl.
 CAMI;  CAMMY a camisole or underbodice …20C sl.
 CAMI-KNICKS an undergarment that combines camisole and knickers …1930s sl.
 CHAT-BAGS underwear …1910s Aust. sl.
 CHECKING pulling down another’s outerwear boxer shorts from behind as a surprise …20C teen & high school sl.
 CHUDDIES underpants …1996 UK sl.
 CLOUT a woman’s underclothes …19C Brit.
 DACKS;  DAKS a pair of underpants …20C Aust. sl.
 DAINTIES women’s panties, knickers …1972 euphemism
 DO AND DARE underpants; any underclothing …20C rhyming sl. for ‘underwear’
 EARLY DOORS underpants, woman’s underpants …L19 Brit. rhyming sl. for ‘drawers’
 EDDIE GRUNDIES underwear …2002 UK sl.
 FALSIE;  FALSY a brassiere padded to give the appearance of large breasts …1943 Amer. sl.
 FAULDINGS the nether garments; ‘that part of dress with involves the posteriors” …1832 Sc. obs.
 FIG LEAF men’s very brief underwear …1966 Amer. dial.
 FISHBITE the act of lifting a person (from behind) by the belt, belt buckles, top of the underwear, the seat of the pants; a wedgie …1988 Amer. dial.
 FLOPPER-STOPPER a brassiere …20C Aust. sl.
 FRILLERY women’s underclothing …c1888 colloq.
 FRILLIES women’s underclothing …c1870 colloq.
 G a G-string …2000s US sl.
 GANDIES underwear …1970 US sl.
 GAY DECEIVERS a padded bra or a pair of breast pads worn to give the appearance of large breasts …1942 Amer. sl.
 GOURD HANDLES men’s long underwear …1965 Amer. dial.
 GRUTS underpants …1998 NZ sl.
 GUSSIES women’s lace panties …1954 sl.
 HAM-BAGS women’s underpants …19C Brit. colloq.
 HAMMOCK FOR TWO a brassiere …20C US sl.
 HANDLEBARS men’s long underwear …1967 Amer. dial.
 HEN-SKINS lightweight underwear …1957 Amer. logging usage
 INSIDE-CLOTHES underclothing …1897 Sc.
 JEBERDEES men’s undershorts …1965-70 Amer. dial.
 KAKS;  KECKS;  KEKS;  KEX knickers, underpants …1960s sl.
 LIFTER a wedgie in one’s underwear …1991 Amer. dial.
 LINEN underwear …19C
 LONG-BARREL UNDERWEAR men’s long underwear …1969 Amer. dial.
 LONG DRAWERS long underwear, long johns …1965 Amer. dial.
 LONG DRAWS long underwear, long johns …1965 Amer. dial.
 LONG-HANDLED DRAWERS long underwear, long johns …1965 Amer. dial.
 LONG-HANDLED UNDERWEAR long underwear, long johns …1950 Amer. dial.
 LONG-HANDLES long underwear, long johns …1943 Amer. dial.
 LONG-HANDLE UNDERWEAR long underwear, long johns …1945 Amer. dial.
 LONG-HORNED UNDERWEAR long underwear, long johns …1950 Amer. dial.
 LONGHORNS long underwear, long johns …1966 Amer. dial.
 LONGIES long underwear, long johns …1950 Amer. dial.
 LONG JEANS long underwear, long johns …1965 Amer. dial.
 LONG JOHNS underpants with long legs …1943 sl.
 LONG-LEG DRAWERS long underwear, long johns …1965 Amer. dial.
 LONG LEGS long underwear; long johns …1969 Amer. dial.
 LONGS men’s long underwear …1969 Amer. dial.
 MAGGIE MOORES underpants …E20 Aust. rhyming sl. for ‘drawers’
 MAGGIES women’s underpants …20C Aust. rhyming sl. for ‘drawers (Maggie Moores)
 MARVIN the act of reaching into another person’s belt, and either grabbing the underwear or the belt and lifting the person off the ground …1989 Amer. dial.
 MELVIN the act of reaching into another person’s belt, and either grabbing the underwear or the belt and lifting the person off the ground; a wedgie …1989 Amer. dial.
 MOLLIES men’s long underwear …1966 Amer. dial.
 MONTEZUMAS bloomers …20C rhyming sl.
 NEATHIE-SET female underwear …E20 Brit. sl.
 NETHER GARMENTS underwear …19C euphemism
 NIXIES a female undergarment with a cut-out crotch permitting vaginal sex while otherwise clothed …1978 US sl.
 NUT-CHOKERS men’s underpants …1971 Aust. sl.
 PANTER underwear …1940s sl.
 PANTEYS women’s or children’s underpants …19C colloq.
 PANTIES women’s or children’s underpants …19C colloq.
– PANTIES the underwear worn by a prison homosexual …1970s US prison & homosexual sl.
 PASSION-KILLERS sturdy, practical, and unromantic ladies’ knickers; orig. those issued to female service personnel …1943 sl.
 POPPY SHOW an inadvertent display of one’s underclothes, orig. those made of red or brown flannel …L19 sl.
 PULL-ONS women’s underpants of the type that pull on and need no tying …20C Brit. & US colloq.
 RAMMIES knickers …1950s sl.
 RED JEANS long underwear, long johns …1965 Amer. dial.
 SCANTIES very brief underpants, esp. for women …1920s sl., orig. US
 SCANTING tugging the victim’s underwear upwards, in order to give them a painful shock …1990s UK juvenile sl.
 SCANTS underwear …1970s UK juvenile sl.
 SCIVVIES underwear …1945 Amer. sl.
 SCOOTER TRACKS faecal stains in underwear …1989 US sl.
 SELDOM SEE underwear …1920s US sl.
 SHIMMY a woman’s under garment; a chemise …1903 Amer. dial.
 SHIMMY-SHIRT a woman’s under garment; a chemise …1926 Amer. dial.
 SHIMMY-TAIL a woman’s under garment; a chemise …1909 Amer. dial.
 SHIMNEY a woman’s under garment; a chemise …1858 Amer. dial.
 SHORT HANDLES. men’s short underwear …1968 Amer. dial.
 SILKIES silk female underwear …1986 US sl.
 SKIDDIES underpants …1995 UK sl.
– SKIDDIES faecal marks in underwear …1999 UK sl.
 SKID MARKS faecal stains on one’s underwear …1930s sl.
 SKIDS underpants …1996 UK sl.
 SKIMPIES women’s short underwear …1965 Amer. dial.
 SKIVIES;  SKIVVIES underwear; originally applied to an undershirt or vest …1918 US sl.
 SMALLS underwear …1943 Brit. sl.
 SNOW underwear; linen hanging on washlines drying …E19 tramps’ sl.
 SNOW-BIRDING stealing washing, usually women’s underwear from clothes-lines …1970s Aust. & NZ sl.
 SNOW-DROPPING the stealing of washing, usually women’s underwear, from unguarded clothes-lines …M19 Aust./UK/criminal sl.
 SNUGGIES women’s underwear …1970s US college sl.
 SOLDIER ANTS underpants …1992 UK rhyming sl.
 SOLDIERS underpants …1992 UK rhyming sl. (soldier ants) 
 TACO the act of lifting a person (from behind) by the belt, belt buckles, top of the underwear, or the seat of the pants …1989 Amer. dial.
 TIT-BAG a brassiere …20C sl.
 TIT-HAMMOCK a brassiere …E20 Brit. sl.
 TROLLEYS;  TROLLIES women’s underpants …1934 Brit. sl., chiefly schoolgirls’ usage
 U.B.S. underwear, usually female (UnderBodies) …1970s US students’ sl.
 UNCLE MELVIN the act of reaching into another person’s belt, and either grabbing the underwear or the belt and lifting the person off the ground …1989 Amer. dial.
 UNDERBODY an undergarment for a woman or child …1863 Amer. dial.
 UNDERCHUNDERS underpants …1966 Aust. sl.
 UNDERCRACKERS underpants …1997 UK sl.
 UNDERDAKS underpants …1966 Aust. sl.
 UNDERDUNGERS underpants …1981 NZ sl.
 UNDERFUG an undervest;  also, underpants …1924 Brit. public schools’ sl.
 UNDERFUGS underpants …1910s sl.
 UNDERGARMENTS underwear; the clothing worn next to the skin …M19 sl.
 UNDERS underpants …20C US sl.
 UNDERTHINGS women’s underwear, esp. underpants …M20 euphemism
 UNDIES women’s underpants …1906 sl.
 UNHINTABLES women’s underwear …20C US sl.
 UNIONALLS long underwear …1967 Amer. dial.
 UNIONHALLS long underwear …1967 Amer. dial.
 UNIONS long underwear …1909 Amer. dial.
 UNMENTIONABLES women’s underpants …E20 US sl.
 UNUTTERABLES women’s underwear …20C US sl.
 UNWHISPERABLES women’s undergarments …20C US sl.
 U-TROU men’s underpants …20C US sl.
 U-WEAR men’s underpants …20C US sl.
 WHEREABOUTS ‘wear-abouts’; men’s underpants …E20 Aust. sl.
 WILMA a prank involving the abrupt and rough yanking upwards of someone’s belt loop, belt buckle, underwear top, or seat of the pants so that the victim’s underwear becomes wedged between the buttocks; a wedgie …1989 Amer. dial.
 WINTER WOOLLIES warm underwear (not necessarily made of wool) …1926 sl.
 WOOLIES;  WOOLLIES long woollen underwear …1930 Amer. dial.
 
UNDERWEAR, UNDERGARMENTS – NOUNS, PERSON
 BATTLESHIP a girl who wears a corset …1926 US sl.
 
UNDERWEAR, UNDERGARMENTS – PHRASES
 FATHER LOVES YOU BEST used to warn a woman that her slip is showing …1950 Amer. dial.
 THERE’S A LETTER IN THE POST OFFICE used to indicate that there is a hole in one’s trousers or that one’s underwear is showing …1855 Amer. dial.
 YOU LIKE YOUR FATHER BEST used to warn a woman that her slip is showing …1965 Amer. dial.
 YOUR FATHER IS THINKING OF YOU used to warn a woman that her slip is showing …1965 Amer. dial.
 YOUR FATHER LIKES YOU BETTER THAN YOUR MOTHER used to warn a woman that her slip is showing …1965 Amer. dial.
 
UNDERWEAR, UNDERGARMENTS – VERBS
 FREEBALL of a male: to wear no underwear under one’s outer clothing …Bk2006 US sl.
 TAKE DOWN SOMEONE’S PARTICULARS of a man: to remove a woman’s underwear …1920s sl.


UNDERWOOD – ADJECTIVES
– abounding in underwood; stunted, thorny; having rough, stunted branches or bushes SCROGGY 1789 Sc. & Eng. dial.

UNDERWOOD – NOUNS
– a thick, dense growth of underwood, etc. through which it is difficult to push a way THRUTCH 1872 Eng. dial.
– underwood, brushwood SCRILE 1898 Eng. dial.
– underwood, ‘scrub’; a stunted or crooked tree, shrub, or branch; a stump of a tree-trunk SCROG 1677 Sc. & Eng. dial.


UNDERWORLD – NOUNS
– the underworld THE SUBTERRENE c1873