6 letter word starting with we

Words Parts of Speech Meaning/Definition/Similar Words
weaken verb t. To make weak; to lessen the strength of; to deprive of strength; to debilitate; to enfeeble; to enervate; as, to weaken the body or the mind; to weaken the hands of a magistrate; to weaken the force of an objection or an argument., To reduce in quality, strength, or spirit; as, to weaken tea; to weaken any solution or decoction., To become weak or weaker; to lose strength, spirit, or determination; to become less positive or resolute; as, the patient weakened; the witness weakened on cross-examination.
weakly adverb In a weak manner; with little strength or vigor; feebly., Not strong of constitution; infirm; feeble; as, a weakly woman; a man of a weakly constitution.
wealth noun Weal; welfare; prosperity; good., Large possessions; a comparative abundance of things which are objects of human desire; esp., abundance of worldly estate; affluence; opulence; riches.
weaned imp. & past participle of Wean
weanel noun A weanling.
weapon noun An instrument of offensive of defensive combat; something to fight with; anything used, or designed to be used, in destroying, defeating, or injuring an enemy, as a gun, a sword, etc., Fig.: The means or instrument with which one contends against another; as, argument was his only weapon., A thorn, prickle, or sting with which many plants are furnished.
weared imp. & past participle of Wear
wearer noun One who wears or carries as appendant to the body; as, the wearer of a cloak, a sword, a crown, a shackle, etc., That which wastes or diminishes.
weasel noun Any one of various species of small carnivores belonging to the genus Putorius, as the ermine and ferret. They have a slender, elongated body, and are noted for the quickness of their movements and for their bloodthirsty habit in destroying poultry, rats, etc. The ermine and some other species are brown in summer, and turn white in winter; others are brown at all seasons.
weaser noun The American merganser; — called also weaser sheldrake.
weaved imp. & past participle of Weave
weaver noun One who weaves, or whose occupation is to weave., A weaver bird., An aquatic beetle of the genus Gyrinus. See Whirling.
weazen adjective Thin; sharp; withered; wizened; as, a weazen face.
webbed imp. & past participle of Web, Provided with a web., Having the toes united by a membrane, or web; as, the webbed feet of aquatic fowls.
webber noun One who forms webs; a weaver; a webster.
webeye noun See Web, n., 8.
wedded imp. of Wed, of Wed, Joined in wedlock; married., Of or pertaining to wedlock, or marriage.
wedder noun See Wether.
wedged imp. & past participle of Wedge
weeded imp. & past participle of Weed
weeder noun One who, or that which, weeds, or frees from anything noxious.
weekly adjective Of or pertaining to a week, or week days; as, weekly labor., Coming, happening, or done once a week; hebdomadary; as, a weekly payment; a weekly gazette., A publication issued once in seven days, or appearing once a week., Once a week; by hebdomadal periods; as, each performs service weekly.
weeper noun One who weeps; esp., one who sheds tears., A white band or border worn on the sleeve as a badge of mourning., The capuchin. See Capuchin, 3 (a).
weesel noun See Weasel.
weever noun Any one of several species of edible marine fishes belonging to the genus Trachinus, of the family Trachinidae. They have a broad spinose head, with the eyes looking upward. The long dorsal fin is supported by numerous strong, sharp spines which cause painful wounds.
weevil noun Any one of numerous species of snout beetles, or Rhynchophora, in which the head is elongated and usually curved downward. Many of the species are very injurious to cultivated plants. The larvae of some of the species live in nuts, fruit, and grain by eating out the interior, as the plum weevil, or curculio, the nut weevils, and the grain weevil (see under Plum, Nut, and Grain). The larvae of other species bore under the bark and into the pith of trees and various other plants, as the pine weevils (see under Pine). See also Pea weevil, Rice weevil, Seed weevil, under Pea, Rice, and Seed.
weezel noun See Weasel.
weight verb t. The quality of being heavy; that property of bodies by which they tend toward the center of the earth; the effect of gravitative force, especially when expressed in certain units or standards, as pounds, grams, etc., The quantity of heaviness; comparative tendency to the center of the earth; the quantity of matter as estimated by the balance, or expressed numerically with reference to some standard unit; as, a mass of stone having the weight of five hundred pounds., Hence, pressure; burden; as, the weight of care or business., Importance; power; influence; efficacy; consequence; moment; impressiveness; as, a consideration of vast weight., A scale, or graduated standard, of heaviness; a mode of estimating weight; as, avoirdupois weight; troy weight; apothecaries’ weight., A ponderous mass; something heavy; as, a clock weight; a paper weight., A definite mass of iron, lead, brass, or other metal, to be used for ascertaining the weight of other bodies; as, an ounce weight., The resistance against which a machine acts, as opposed to the power which moves it., To load with a weight or weights; to load down; to make heavy; to attach weights to; as, to weight a horse or a jockey at a race; to weight a whip handle., To assign a weight to; to express by a number the probable accuracy of, as an observation. See Weight of observations, under Weight.
wekeen noun The meadow pipit.
welded imp. & past participle of Weld
welder noun One who welds, or unites pieces of iron, etc., by welding., One who welds, or wields., A manager; an actual occupant.
welked imp. & past participle of Welk, See Whelked.
welkin noun The visible regions of the air; the vault of heaven; the sky.
welled imp. & past participle of Well
wellat noun The king parrakeet See under King.
welted imp. & past participle of Welt
welter verb i. To roll, as the body of an animal; to tumble about, especially in anything foul or defiling; to wallow., To rise and fall, as waves; to tumble over, as billows., To wither; to wilt., Of, pertaining to, or designating, the most heavily weighted race in a meeting; as, a welter race; the welter stakes., That in which any person or thing welters, or wallows; filth; mire; slough., A rising or falling, as of waves; as, the welter of the billows; the welter of a tempest.
wended imp. & past participle of Wend
wendic adjective Alt. of Wendish, The language of the Wends.
wennel noun See Weanel.
wenona noun A sand snake (Charina plumbea) of Western North America, of the family Erycidae.
werche verb t. & i. To work.
werrey verb t. To warray.
wesand noun See Weasand.
wetted of Wet
wether noun A castrated ram.
wezand noun See Weasand.