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3-Letter Scrabble Words: Front Hooks to 2-Letter Words

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BAA
to bleat (to utter the cry of a sheep) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
FAB
something created or constructed [n -S] / fabulous (almost unbelievable) [adj FABBER, FABBEST]
KAB
an ancient Hebrew unit of measure [n -S]
SAB
to sob (to cry with a convulsive catching of the breath) [v SABBED, SABBING, SABS]
WAB
a web [n -S]
GAD
to roam about restlessly [v GADDED, GADDING, GADS]
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]
DAG
a hanging end or shred [n -S]
FAG
to make weary by hard work [v FAGGED, FAGGING, FAGS]
JAG
to cut unevenly [v JAGGED, JAGGING, JAGS]
MAG
a magazine (a type of periodical publication) [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]
SAL
salt [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]
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]
TAM
a tight-fitting Scottish cap [n -S]
DAN
a level of skill in martial arts [n -S]
GAN
GIN, to begin (to start (to set out)) [v]
NAN
a round flat bread [n -S]
GAR
to cause or compel [v GARRED, GARRING, GARS]
LAR
a tutelary god or spirit of an ancient Roman household [n -ES or -S]
VAR
a unit of reactive power [n -S]
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]
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]
GAT
a pistol [n -S]
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]
QAT
kat (an evergreen shrub) [n -S]
TAT
to make tatting [v TATTED, TATTING, TATS]
WAT
wet (covered or saturated with a liquid) [adj WATTER, WATTEST] / a hare [n -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]
MAW
to mow (to cut down standing herbage) [v MAWED, MAWN, MAWING, MAWS]
NAW
no [adv]
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]
RAX
to stretch out [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
SAX
a saxophone [n -ES]
ZAX
a tool for cutting roof slates [n -ES]
CAY
a small low island [n CAYS]
FAY
to join closely [v -ED, -ING, -S]
JAY
a corvine bird [n JAYS]
KAY
the letter K [n KAYS]
NAY
a negative vote [n NAYS]
RAY
to emit rays (narrow beams of light) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
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]
UDO
a Japanese herb [n UDOS]
GED
a food fish [n -S]
PED
a natural soil aggregate [n -S]
TED
to spread for drying [v TEDDED, TEDDING, TEDS]
ZED
the letter Z [n -S]
DEF
excellent [adj DEFFER, DEFFEST]
KEF
hemp smoked to produce euphoria [n -S]
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]
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]
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]
KEN
to know (to have a true understanding of) [v KENNED, KENT, KENNING, KENS]
SEN
a monetary unit of Japan [n SEN]
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]
FET
to fetch (to go after and bring back) [v FETTED, FETTING, FETS]
HET
heth (a Hebrew letter) [n -S]
RET
to soak in order to loosen the fiber from the woody tissue [v RETTED, RETTING, RETS]
TET
teth (a Hebrew letter) [n -S]
DEX
a sulfate used as a central nervous system stimulant [n -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]
VEX
to annoy (to be troublesome to) [v VEXED or VEXT, VEXING, VEXES]
AHA
used to express surprise, triumph, or derision [interj]
SHA
used to urge silence [interj]
WHA
who (what or which person or persons) [pron]
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]
FID
a square bar used as a support for a topmast [n -S]
GID
a disease of sheep [n -S]
MID
the middle [n -S]
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]
DIN
to make a loud noise [v DINNED, DINNING, DINS]
HIN
a Hebrew unit of liquid measure [n -S]
JIN
jinn (a supernatural being in Muslim mythology) [n -S]
LIN
linn (a waterfall) [n -S]
RIN
to run or melt [v RAN, RINNING, RINS]
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]
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]
DIT
a dot in Morse code [n -S]
GIT
to get (to obtain or acquire) [v GITTED, GITTING, GITS]
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]
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]
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]
HOD
a portable trough [n -S]
MOD
one who wears boldly stylish clothes [n -S]
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]
JOE
a fellow [n -S]
VOE
a small bay, creek, or inlet [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]
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]
FON
foehn (a warm, dry wind) [n -S]
ION
an electrically charged atom [n -S]
MON
man (an adult human male) [n MEN]
YON
yonder (over there) [adv]
FOP
to deceive (to mislead by falsehood) [v FOPPED, FOPPING, FOPS]
KOP
a hill [n -S]
MOP
to wipe with a mop (an implement for cleaning floors) [v MOPPED, MOPPING, MOPS]
SOP
to dip or soak in a liquid [v SOPPED, SOPPING, SOPS]
WOP
an Italian -- an offensive term [n -S]
COR
an ancient unit of measure [n -S]
DOR
a black European beetle [n -S]
GOR
used as a mild oath [interj]
KOR
a Hebrew unit of measure [n -S]
MOR
a forest humus [n -S]
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]
DOW
to prosper (to be successful or fortunate) [v DOWED or DOUGHT, DOWING, DOWS]
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]
SOW
to scatter over land for growth, as seed [v SOWED, SOWN, SOWING, SOWS] : SOWABLE ~adj
YOW
to yowl (to utter a loud, long, mournful cry) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
COX
to coxswain (to steer a racing rowboat) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
GOX
gaseous oxygen [n -ES]
LOX
to supply with lox (liquid oxygen) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
SOX
SOCK, a knitted or woven covering for the foot [n]
VOX
voice [n VOCES]
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]
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]
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]
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]
TUN
to store in a large cask [v TUNNED, TUNNING, TUNS]
DUP
to open (to cause to become open) [v DUPPED, DUPPING, DUPS]
HUP
used to mark a marching cadence [interj]
SUP
to eat supper [v SUPPED, SUPPING, SUPS]
TUP
to copulate with a ewe [v TUPPED, TUPPING, TUPS]
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]
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]
TUT
to utter an exclamation of impatience [v TUTTED, TUTTING, TUTS]
PYA
a copper coin of Burma [n -S]
RYA
a Scandinavian handwoven rug [n -S]
AYE
an affirmative vote [n -S]
KYE
a private Korean-American banking club [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]
YAG
a synthetic garnet [n -S]
NIT
the egg of a parasitic insect [n -S]
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