We have listed all the clues in our database that match your search. There will also be a list of synonyms for your answer. Synonyms have been arranged according to the number of characters so that they are easy to find. Look for clues, synonyms, words, anagrams or if you already have a few letters, enter the letters here with a question mark or period instead of unknown letters (z.B. “cros. rd” or “he?p”) If your word has anagrams, these are also listed with a definition of the word, if we have one. Today, a beadle is a small officer in a parish who serves as a guide and watches over order during divine services, a meaning that the Word has had since the late sixteenth century. Forms of Middle English like budel, beodel, bidell (derived from the old býdel) were taken from the beginning of the 14th. The 1st century was gradually replaced by the French bedel; the modern orthographic pearl dates from the early seventeenth century. Subitize is a useful word in psychology, regardless of the clumsiness of his education. The first part of the word, subit-, comes from the late Latin verb subitāre “suddenly and unexpectedly come” (a derivative of the adjective subitus “suddenly, suddenly”). The well-known, fully naturalized suffix – ize (“rendern, faire; convert to; Subject to reservation; etc”) comes by the end of Latin – izāre from Greek – ízein.
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