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Word Matrix: Thauma

Thauma Word Matrix

<thauma>
“wonder, astonishment, thing to look at, miracle,” from Greek thauma (genitive thaumatos), literally “a thing to look at,” from root of theater

Words Sums

Thauma
Thauma + s = thaumas
Thauma + Trope = thaumatrope
Thauma + Trope + s = thaumatropes
Thauma + Vore = thaumavore
Thauma + Vore + s = thaumavores
Thauma + Vore + ous = thaumavorous
Ne + o + Thauma = neothauma
Ne + o + Thauma + s = neothaumas

Definitions

thauma: wonder, astonishment, thing to look at, miracle
-s: forming plural of nouns

ne: new
-o-: connecting vowel
-ous: characterized by, of the nature of
trope: thing that spins
vore: eat, consume

thauma: wonder, miracle
thaumas: plural of thauma
thaumatrope: (noun) toy made of a card with an image on each side in which the images combine when twirled
thaumatropes: plural of thaumatrope
thaumavore: (noun) animal or lifeform that feeds off of magic or magical energy as the main part of its diet
thaumavores: plural of thaumavore
thaumavorous: (adjective) of or relating to thaumavores
neothauma: species of freshwater snail with a gill and an operculum, an aquatic gastropod mollusc in the family Viviparidae
neothaumas: plural of neothauma

Relatives

thaumatic
thaumatin
thaumatins
thaumaturge
thaumaturges
thaumaturgy
thaumaturgies
thaumaturgist
thaumaturgists
thaumaturgus
thaumaturguses
thaumaturgi
thaumaturgic
thaumaturgics
thaumaturgical
thaumatology
thaumatologist
thaumatogeny
thaumatograph
thaumatography
thaumatographic
thaumatolatry

See also Word Matrix: Thaumate.

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