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From synhers...@apache.org
Subject [6/9] PORTED KStemmer and KStemFilter
Date Tue, 03 Dec 2013 21:41:09 GMT
http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/lucenenet/blob/1a18965e/src/contrib/Analyzers/En/KStemData4.cs
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+/*
+Copyright © 2003,
+Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval,
+University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
+All rights reserved.
+
+Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification,
+are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
+
+1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this
+list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+
+2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice,
+this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation
+and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
+
+3. The names "Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval" and
+"University of Massachusetts" must not be used to endorse or promote products
+derived from this software without prior written permission. To obtain
+permission, contact info@ciir.cs.umass.edu.
+
+THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AND OTHER CONTRIBUTORS
+"AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
+THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
+ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE
+LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
+CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE
+GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
+HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT
+LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
+OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
+SUCH DAMAGE.
+*/
+/* This is a C# version of Bob Krovetz' KStem.
+ *
+ * Ported from the Java version by Sergio Guzman-Lara.
+ * CIIR-UMass Amherst http://ciir.cs.umass.edu
+ */
+
+using System;
+
+namespace Lucene.Net.Analysis.En
+{
+
+    /** A list of words used by Kstem
+     */
+    internal class KStemData4
+    {
+        private KStemData4()
+        {
+        }
+
+        internal static readonly String[] data =
+            {
+                "granular", "granulate", "granule", "grape", "grapefruit",
+                "grapeshot", "grapevine", "graph", "graphic", "graphical",
+                "graphically", "graphite", "graphology", "grapnel", "grapple",
+                "grasp", "grasping", "grass", "grasshopper", "grassland",
+                "grassy", "grate", "grateful", "grater", "gratification",
+                "gratify", "gratifying", "grating", "gratis", "gratitude",
+                "gratuitous", "gratuity", "grave", "gravel", "gravelly",
+                "gravestone", "graveyard", "gravitate", "gravitation", "gravity",
+                "gravure", "gravy", "gray", "graybeard", "grayish",
+                "graze", "grease", "greasepaint", "greaseproof", "greaser",
+                "greasy", "great", "greatcoat", "greater", "greatly",
+                "grebe", "grecian", "greed", "greedy", "green",
+                "greenback", "greenery", "greenfly", "greengage", "greengrocer",
+                "greenhorn", "greenhouse", "greenish", "greenroom", "greens",
+                "greenwood", "greet", "greeting", "gregarious", "gremlin",
+                "grenade", "grenadier", "grenadine", "grew", "grey",
+                "greybeard", "greyhound", "greyish", "grid", "griddle",
+                "gridiron", "grief", "grievance", "grieve", "grievous",
+                "griffin", "grill", "grim", "grimace", "grime",
+                "grimy", "grin", "grind", "grinder", "grindstone",
+                "gringo", "grip", "gripe", "gripes", "gripping",
+                "grisly", "grist", "gristle", "grit", "grits",
+                "grizzle", "grizzled", "groan", "groat", "groats",
+                "grocer", "groceries", "grocery", "grog", "groggy",
+                "groin", "groom", "groove", "groover", "groovy",
+                "grope", "gropingly", "gross", "grotesque", "grotto",
+                "grotty", "grouch", "ground", "grounding", "groundless",
+                "groundnut", "grounds", "groundsel", "groundsheet", "groundsman",
+                "groundwork", "group", "groupie", "grouping", "grouse",
+                "grove", "grovel", "grow", "grower", "growl",
+                "grown", "growth", "groyne", "grub", "grubby",
+                "grudge", "grudging", "gruel", "grueling", "gruelling",
+                "gruesome", "gruff", "grumble", "grumbling", "grumpy",
+                "grundyism", "grunt", "gryphon", "guano", "guarantee",
+                "guarantor", "guaranty", "guard", "guarded", "guardhouse",
+                "guardian", "guardianship", "guardrail", "guardroom", "guardsman",
+                "guava", "gubernatorial", "gudgeon", "guerilla", "guerrilla",
+                "guess", "guesswork", "guest", "guesthouse", "guestroom",
+                "guffaw", "guidance", "guide", "guidelines", "guild",
+                "guilder", "guildhall", "guile", "guileless", "guillemot",
+                "guillotine", "guilt", "guilty", "guinea", "guipure",
+                "guise", "guitar", "gulch", "gulden", "gulf",
+                "gull", "gullet", "gulley", "gullible", "gully",
+                "gulp", "gum", "gumbo", "gumboil", "gumboot",
+                "gumdrop", "gummy", "gumption", "gun", "gunboat",
+                "gundog", "gunfire", "gunge", "gunman", "gunmetal",
+                "gunnel", "gunner", "gunnery", "gunnysack", "gunpoint",
+                "gunpowder", "gunrunner", "gunshot", "gunshy", "gunsmith",
+                "gunwale", "guppy", "gurgle", "guru", "gush",
+                "gusher", "gushing", "gushy", "gusset", "gust",
+                "gustatory", "gusto", "gusty", "gut", "gutless",
+                "guts", "gutsy", "gutter", "guttersnipe", "guttural",
+                "guv", "guvnor", "guy", "guzzle", "gym",
+                "gymkhana", "gymnasium", "gymnast", "gymnastic", "gymnastics",
+                "gymslip", "gynaecology", "gynecology", "gyp", "gypsum",
+                "gypsy", "gyrate", "gyration", "gyroscope", "gyves",
+                "haberdasher", "haberdashery", "habiliment", "habit", "habitable",
+                "habitat", "habitation", "habitual", "habituate", "hacienda",
+                "hack", "hackles", "hackney", "hackneyed", "hacksaw",
+                "hackwork", "had", "haddock", "hadji", "haft",
+                "hag", "haggard", "haggis", "haggle", "hagiography",
+                "haiku", "hail", "hailstone", "hailstorm", "hair",
+                "hairbrush", "haircut", "hairdo", "hairdresser", "hairgrip",
+                "hairless", "hairline", "hairnet", "hairpiece", "hairpin",
+                "hairspring", "hairy", "hajji", "hake", "halberd",
+                "halcyon", "hale", "half", "halfback", "halfpence",
+                "halfpenny", "halfpennyworth", "halftone", "halfway", "halibut",
+                "halitosis", "hall", "halleluja", "halliard", "hallmark",
+                "hallo", "hallow", "hallstand", "hallucinate", "hallucination",
+                "hallucinatory", "hallucinogenic", "hallway", "halma", "halo",
+                "halt", "halter", "halterneck", "halting", "halve",
+                "halves", "halyard", "ham", "hamadryad", "hamburger",
+                "hamlet", "hammer", "hammock", "hamper", "hamster",
+                "hamstring", "hand", "handbag", "handball", "handbarrow",
+                "handbill", "handbook", "handbrake", "handcart", "handclap",
+                "handcuff", "handcuffs", "handful", "handgun", "handhold",
+                "handicap", "handicraft", "handiwork", "handkerchief", "handle",
+                "handlebars", "handler", "handloom", "handmade", "handmaiden",
+                "handout", "handpick", "handrail", "handshake", "handsome",
+                "handstand", "handwork", "handwriting", "handwritten", "handy",
+                "handyman", "hang", "hangar", "hangdog", "hanger",
+                "hanging", "hangings", "hangman", "hangnail", "hangout",
+                "hangover", "hangup", "hank", "hanker", "hankering",
+                "hankie", "hanky", "hansard", "hansom", "hap",
+                "haphazard", "hapless", "haply", "happen", "happening",
+                "happily", "happiness", "happy", "harangue", "harass",
+                "harassment", "harbinger", "harbor", "harbour", "hard",
+                "hardback", "hardboard", "hardbound", "harden", "hardheaded",
+                "hardihood", "hardiness", "hardly", "hardness", "hardship",
+                "hardtop", "hardware", "hardwearing", "hardwood", "hardy",
+                "hare", "harebell", "harebrained", "harelip", "harem",
+                "haricot", "hark", "harlequin", "harlequinade", "harlot",
+                "harm", "harmless", "harmonic", "harmonica", "harmonise",
+                "harmonium", "harmonize", "harmony", "harness", "harp",
+                "harpoon", "harpsichord", "harpy", "harquebus", "harridan",
+                "harrier", "harrow", "harrowing", "harry", "harsh",
+                "hart", "hartal", "hartebeest", "harvest", "harvester",
+                "has", "hash", "hashish", "hasp", "hassle",
+                "hassock", "hast", "haste", "hasten", "hasty",
+                "hat", "hatband", "hatch", "hatchback", "hatchery",
+                "hatchet", "hatching", "hatchway", "hate", "hateful",
+                "hath", "hatless", "hatpin", "hatred", "hatter",
+                "hauberk", "haughty", "haul", "haulage", "haulier",
+                "haulm", "haunch", "haunt", "haunting", "hautbois",
+                "hautboy", "hauteur", "havana", "have", "haven",
+                "haver", "haversack", "haves", "havoc", "haw",
+                "hawk", "hawker", "hawser", "hawthorn", "hay",
+                "haycock", "hayfork", "haymaker", "haystack", "haywire",
+                "hazard", "hazardous", "haze", "hazel", "hazy",
+                "head", "headache", "headband", "headboard", "headcheese",
+                "headdress", "header", "headfirst", "headgear", "headhunter",
+                "heading", "headland", "headless", "headlight", "headline",
+                "headlong", "headman", "headmaster", "headphone", "headpiece",
+                "headquarters", "headrest", "headroom", "headset", "headship",
+                "headshrinker", "headstall", "headstone", "headstrong", "headway",
+                "headwind", "headword", "heady", "heal", "health",
+                "healthful", "healthy", "heap", "hear", "hearer",
+                "hearing", "hearken", "hearsay", "hearse", "heart",
+                "heartache", "heartbeat", "heartbreak", "heartbreaking", "heartbroken",
+                "heartburn", "hearten", "heartening", "heartfelt", "hearth",
+                "hearthrug", "heartily", "heartless", "heartrending", "heartsease",
+                "heartsick", "heartstrings", "heartthrob", "heartwarming", "heartwood",
+                "hearty", "heat", "heated", "heater", "heath",
+                "heathen", "heather", "heating", "heatstroke", "heave",
+                "heaven", "heavenly", "heavenwards", "heavy", "heavyhearted",
+                "heavyweight", "hebdomadal", "hebraic", "hebrew", "hecatomb",
+                "heck", "heckle", "hectare", "hectic", "hector",
+                "hedge", "hedgehog", "hedgehop", "hedgerow", "hedonism",
+                "heed", "heel", "heelball", "hefty", "hegemony",
+                "hegira", "heifer", "height", "heighten", "heinous",
+                "heir", "heiress", "heirloom", "hejira", "held",
+                "helicopter", "heliograph", "heliotrope", "heliport", "helium",
+                "hell", "hellcat", "hellene", "hellenic", "hellenistic",
+                "hellish", "hellishly", "hello", "helm", "helmet",
+                "helmeted", "helmsman", "helot", "help", "helpful",
+                "helping", "helpless", "helpmate", "helve", "hem",
+                "hemisphere", "hemline", "hemlock", "hemoglobin", "hemophilia",
+                "hemophiliac", "hemorrhage", "hemorrhoid", "hemp", "hempen",
+                "hemstitch", "hen", "henbane", "hence", "henceforth",
+                "henchman", "henna", "hennaed", "henpecked", "hepatitis",
+                "heptagon", "her", "herald", "heraldic", "heraldry",
+                "herb", "herbaceous", "herbage", "herbal", "herbalist",
+                "herbivorous", "herculean", "herd", "herdsman", "here",
+                "hereabouts", "hereafter", "hereby", "hereditament", "hereditary",
+                "heredity", "herein", "hereinafter", "hereof", "heresy",
+                "heretic", "hereto", "heretofore", "hereunder", "hereupon",
+                "herewith", "heritable", "heritage", "hermaphrodite", "hermetic",
+                "hermit", "hermitage", "hernia", "hero", "heroic",
+                "heroics", "heroin", "heroism", "heron", "heronry",
+                "herpes", "herr", "herring", "herringbone", "hers",
+                "herself", "hertz", "hesitancy", "hesitant", "hesitate",
+                "hesitation", "hesperus", "hessian", "heterodox", "heterodoxy",
+                "heterogeneous", "heterosexual", "heuristic", "heuristics", "hew",
+                "hewer", "hex", "hexagon", "hexagram", "hexameter",
+                "hey", "heyday", "hiatus", "hibernate", "hibiscus",
+                "hiccough", "hiccup", "hick", "hickory", "hide",
+                "hideaway", "hidebound", "hideous", "hiding", "hie",
+                "hierarchy", "hieroglyph", "hieroglyphics", "high", "highball",
+                "highborn", "highboy", "highbrow", "higher", "highfalutin",
+                "highland", "highlander", "highlands", "highlight", "highly",
+                "highness", "highpitched", "highroad", "highway", "highwayman",
+                "hijack", "hike", "hilarious", "hilarity", "hill",
+                "hillbilly", "hillock", "hillside", "hilly", "hilt",
+                "him", "himself", "hind", "hinder", "hindmost",
+                "hindquarters", "hindrance", "hindsight", "hindu", "hinduism",
+                "hinge", "hint", "hinterland", "hip", "hipbath",
+                "hippie", "hippodrome", "hippopotamus", "hippy", "hipster",
+                "hire", "hireling", "hirsute", "his", "hiss",
+                "hist", "histamine", "histology", "historian", "historic",
+                "historical", "history", "histrionic", "histrionics", "hit",
+                "hitch", "hitchhike", "hither", "hitherto", "hive",
+                "hives", "hms", "hoard", "hoarding", "hoarfrost",
+                "hoarse", "hoary", "hoax", "hob", "hobble",
+                "hobbledehoy", "hobby", "hobbyhorse", "hobgoblin", "hobnail",
+                "hobnob", "hobo", "hock", "hockey", "hod",
+                "hodgepodge", "hoe", "hog", "hoggish", "hogmanay",
+                "hogshead", "hogwash", "hoist", "hold", "holdall",
+                "holder", "holding", "holdover", "holdup", "hole",
+                "holiday", "holidaymaker", "holiness", "holler", "hollow",
+                "holly", "hollyhock", "hollywood", "holocaust", "holograph",
+                "holstein", "holster", "holy", "homage", "homburg",
+                "home", "homecoming", "homegrown", "homeland", "homelike",
+                "homely", "homemade", "homeopath", "homeopathy", "homeric",
+                "homesick", "homespun", "homestead", "hometown", "homeward",
+                "homewards", "homework", "homey", "homicidal", "homicide",
+                "homiletic", "homiletics", "homily", "homing", "hominy",
+                "homoeopath", "homoeopathy", "homogeneous", "homogenise", "homogenize",
+                "homograph", "homonym", "homophone", "homosexual", "homy",
+                "hone", "honest", "honestly", "honesty", "honey",
+                "honeybee", "honeycomb", "honeycombed", "honeydew", "honeyed",
+                "honeymoon", "honeysuckle", "honk", "honkie", "honky",
+                "honor", "honorable", "honorarium", "honorary", "honorific",
+                "honors", "honour", "honourable", "honours", "hooch",
+                "hood", "hooded", "hoodlum", "hoodoo", "hoodwink",
+                "hooey", "hoof", "hook", "hookah", "hooked",
+                "hooker", "hookey", "hookup", "hookworm", "hooky",
+                "hooligan", "hoop", "hooray", "hoot", "hooter",
+                "hoover", "hooves", "hop", "hope", "hopeful",
+                "hopefully", "hopeless", "hopper", "hopscotch", "horde",
+                "horizon", "horizontal", "hormone", "horn", "hornbeam",
+                "hornbill", "horned", "hornet", "hornpipe", "horny",
+                "horology", "horoscope", "horrendous", "horrible", "horrid",
+                "horrific", "horrify", "horror", "horrors", "horse",
+                "horseback", "horsebox", "horseflesh", "horsefly", "horsehair",
+                "horselaugh", "horseman", "horsemanship", "horsemeat", "horseplay",
+                "horsepower", "horseracing", "horseradish", "horseshit", "horseshoe",
+                "horsewhip", "horsewoman", "horsy", "hortative", "horticulture",
+                "hosanna", "hose", "hosier", "hosiery", "hospice",
+                "hospitable", "hospital", "hospitalise", "hospitality", "hospitalize",
+                "host", "hostage", "hostel", "hosteler", "hosteller",
+                "hostelry", "hostess", "hostile", "hostilities", "hostility",
+                "hostler", "hot", "hotbed", "hotchpotch", "hotel",
+                "hotelier", "hotfoot", "hothead", "hothouse", "hotly",
+                "hotplate", "hotpot", "hottentot", "hound", "hour",
+                "hourglass", "houri", "hourly", "house", "houseboat",
+                "housebound", "houseboy", "housebreaker", "housebroken", "housecoat",
+                "housecraft", "housedog", "housefather", "housefly", "houseful",
+                "household", "householder", "housekeeper", "housekeeping", "housemaid",
+                "houseman", "housemaster", "housemother", "houseroom", "housetops",
+                "housewarming", "housewife", "housewifery", "housework", "housing",
+                "hove", "hovel", "hover", "hovercraft", "how",
+                "howdah", "howdy", "however", "howitzer", "howl",
+                "howler", "howling", "howsoever", "hoyden", "hrh",
+                "hub", "hubbub", "hubby", "hubcap", "hubris",
+                "huckaback", "huckleberry", "huckster", "huddle", "hue",
+                "huff", "huffish", "huffy", "hug", "huge",
+                "hugely", "huguenot", "huh", "hula", "hulk",
+                "hulking", "hull", "hullabaloo", "hullo", "hum",
+                "human", "humane", "humanise", "humanism", "humanitarian",
+                "humanitarianism", "humanities", "humanity", "humanize", "humankind",
+                "humanly", "humble", "humbug", "humdinger", "humdrum",
+                "humerus", "humid", "humidify", "humidity", "humidor",
+                "humiliate", "humility", "hummingbird", "hummock", "humor",
+                "humorist", "humorous", "humour", "hump", "humpback",
+                "humph", "humus", "hun", "hunch", "hunchback",
+                "hundred", "hundredweight", "hung", "hunger", "hungry",
+                "hunk", "hunkers", "hunt", "hunter", "hunting",
+                "huntress", "huntsman", "hurdle", "hurl", "hurling",
+                "hurray", "hurricane", "hurried", "hurry", "hurt",
+                "hurtful", "hurtle", "husband", "husbandman", "husbandry",
+                "hush", "husk", "husky", "hussar", "hussy",
+                "hustings", "hustle", "hustler", "hut", "hutch",
+                "hutment", "huzza", "huzzah", "hyacinth", "hyaena",
+                "hybrid", "hybridise", "hybridize", "hydra", "hydrangea",
+                "hydrant", "hydrate", "hydraulic", "hydraulics", "hydrocarbon",
+                "hydroelectric", "hydrofoil", "hydrogen", "hydrophobia", "hydroplane",
+                "hydroponics", "hydrotherapy", "hyena", "hygiene", "hygienic",
+                "hymen", "hymeneal", "hymn", "hymnal", "hyperbola",
+                "hyperbole", "hyperbolic", "hypercritical", "hypermarket", "hypersensitive",
+                "hyphen", "hyphenate", "hypnosis", "hypnotise", "hypnotism",
+                "hypnotist", "hypnotize", "hypo", "hypochondria", "hypochondriac",
+                "hypocrisy", "hypocrite", "hypodermic", "hypotenuse", "hypothermia",
+                "hypothesis", "hypothetical", "hysterectomy", "hysteria", "hysterical",
+                "hysterics", "iamb", "iberian", "ibex", "ibidem",
+                "ibis", "icbm", "ice", "iceberg", "icebound",
+                "icebox", "icebreaker", "icefall", "icehouse", "iceman",
+                "icicle", "icing", "icon", "iconoclast", "icy",
+                "idea", "ideal", "idealise", "idealism", "idealist",
+                "idealize", "ideally", "idem", "identical", "identification",
+                "identify", "identikit", "identity", "ideogram", "ideology",
+                "ides", "idiocy", "idiom", "idiomatic", "idiosyncrasy",
+                "idiot", "idle", "idol", "idolater", "idolatrous",
+                "idolatry", "idolise", "idolize", "idyl", "idyll",
+                "igloo", "igneous", "ignite", "ignition", "ignoble",
+                "ignominious", "ignominy", "ignoramus", "ignorance", "ignorant",
+                "ignore", "iguana", "ikon", "ilex", "ilk",
+                "ill", "illegal", "illegality", "illegible", "illegitimate",
+                "illiberal", "illicit", "illimitable", "illiterate", "illness",
+                "illogical", "illuminate", "illuminating", "illumination", "illuminations",
+                "illusion", "illusionist", "illusory", "illustrate", "illustration",
+                "illustrative", "illustrator", "illustrious", "image", "imagery",
+                "imaginable", "imaginary", "imagination", "imaginative", "imagine",
+                "imam", "imbalance", "imbecile", "imbecility", "imbed",
+                "imbibe", "imbroglio", "imbue", "imitate", "imitation",
+                "imitative", "imitator", "immaculate", "immanence", "immanent",
+                "immaterial", "immature", "immeasurable", "immediacy", "immediate",
+                "immediately", "immemorial", "immense", "immensely", "immensity",
+                "immerse", "immersion", "immigrant", "immigrate", "imminence",
+                "imminent", "immobile", "immobilise", "immobilize", "immoderate",
+                "immodest", "immolate", "immoral", "immorality", "immortal",
+                "immortalise", "immortality", "immortalize", "immovable", "immune",
+                "immunise", "immunize", "immure", "immutable", "imp",
+                "impact", "impacted", "impair", "impala", "impale",
+                "impalpable", "impanel", "impart", "impartial", "impassable",
+                "impasse", "impassioned", "impassive", "impatience", "impatient",
+                "impeach", "impeccable", "impecunious", "impedance", "impede",
+                "impediment", "impedimenta", "impel", "impending", "impenetrable",
+                "impenitent", "imperative", "imperceptible", "imperfect", "imperial",
+                "imperialism", "imperialist", "imperialistic", "imperil", "imperious",
+                "imperishable", "impermanent", "impermeable", "impersonal", "impersonate",
+                "impertinent", "imperturbable", "impervious", "impetigo", "impetuous",
+                "impetus", "impiety", "impinge", "impious", "impish",
+                "implacable", "implant", "implement", "implicate", "implication",
+                "implicit", "implore", "implosion", "imply", "impolite",
+                "impolitic", "imponderable", "import", "importance", "important",
+                "importation", "importunate", "importune", "impose", "imposing",
+                "imposition", "impossible", "impostor", "imposture", "impotent",
+                "impound", "impoverish", "impracticable", "impractical", "imprecation",
+                "impregnable", "impregnate", "impresario", "impress", "impression",
+                "impressionable", "impressionism", "impressionist", "impressionistic", "impressive",
+                "imprimatur", "imprint", "imprison", "improbability", "improbable",
+                "impromptu", "improper", "impropriety", "improve", "improvement",
+                "improvident", "improvise", "imprudent", "impudent", "impugn",
+                "impulse", "impulsion", "impulsive", "impunity", "impure",
+                "impurity", "imputation", "impute", "inability", "inaccessible",
+                "inaccurate", "inaction", "inactive", "inadequacy", "inadequate",
+                "inadmissible", "inadvertent", "inalienable", "inamorata", "inane",
+                "inanimate", "inanition", "inanity", "inapplicable", "inappropriate",
+                "inapt", "inaptitude", "inarticulate", "inartistic", "inattention",
+                "inattentive", "inaudible", "inaugural", "inaugurate", "inauspicious",
+                "inboard", "inborn", "inbound", "inbred", "inbreeding",
+                "inc", "incalculable", "incandescent", "incantation", "incapable",
+                "incapacitate", "incapacity", "incarcerate", "incarnate", "incarnation",
+                "incautious", "incendiarism", "incendiary", "incense", "incentive",
+                "inception", "incertitude", "incessant", "incest", "incestuous",
+                "inch", "inchoate", "incidence", "incident", "incidental",
+                "incidentally", "incidentals", "incinerate", "incinerator", "incipience",
+                "incipient", "incise", "incision", "incisive", "incisor",
+                "incite", "incivility", "inclement", "inclination", "incline",
+                "inclined", "inclose", "inclosure", "include", "included",
+                "including", "inclusion", "inclusive", "incognito", "incoherent",
+                "incombustible", "income", "incoming", "incommensurable", "incommensurate",
+                "incommode", "incommodious", "incommunicable", "incommunicado", "incommunicative",
+                "incomparable", "incompatible", "incompetence", "incompetent", "incomplete",
+                "incomprehensible", "incomprehensibly", "incomprehension", "inconceivable", "inconclusive",
+                "incongruity", "incongruous", "inconsequent", "inconsequential", "inconsiderable",
+                "inconsiderate", "inconsistent", "inconsolable", "inconspicuous", "inconstant",
+                "incontestable", "incontinent", "incontrovertible", "inconvenience", "inconvenient",
+                "incorporate", "incorporated", "incorporeal", "incorrect", "incorrigible",
+                "incorruptible", "increase", "increasingly", "incredible", "incredulity",
+                "incredulous", "increment", "incriminate", "incrust", "incrustation",
+                "incubate", "incubation", "incubator", "incubus", "inculcate",
+                "inculpate", "incumbency", "incumbent", "incur", "incurable",
+                "incurious", "incursion", "incurved", "indebted", "indecent",
+                "indecipherable", "indecision", "indecisive", "indecorous", "indecorum",
+                "indeed", "indefatigable", "indefensible", "indefinable", "indefinite",
+                "indefinitely", "indelible", "indelicate", "indemnification", "indemnify",
+                "indemnity", "indent", "indentation", "indenture", "independence",
+                "independent", "indescribable", "indestructible", "indeterminable", "indeterminate",
+                "index", "indian", "indicate", "indication", "indicative",
+                "indicator", "indices", "indict", "indictable", "indifferent",
+                "indigenous", "indigent", "indigestible", "indigestion", "indignant",
+                "indignation", "indignity", "indigo", "indirect", "indiscernible",
+                "indiscipline", "indiscreet", "indiscretion", "indiscriminate", "indispensable",
+                "indisposed", "indisposition", "indisputable", "indissoluble", "indistinct",
+                "indistinguishable", "individual", "individualise", "individualism", "individuality",
+                "individualize", "individually", "indivisible", "indocile", "indoctrinate",
+                "indolent", "indomitable", "indoor", "indoors", "indorse",
+                "indrawn", "indubitable", "induce", "inducement", "induct",
+                "induction", "inductive", "indue", "indulge", "indulgence",
+                "indulgent", "industrial", "industrialise", "industrialism", "industrialist",
+                "industrialize", "industrious", "industry", "inebriate", "inedible",
+                "ineducable", "ineffable", "ineffaceable", "ineffective", "ineffectual",
+                "inefficient", "inelastic", "inelegant", "ineligible", "ineluctable",
+                "inept", "ineptitude", "inequality", "inequitable", "inequity",
+                "ineradicable", "inert", "inertia", "inescapable", "inessential",
+                "inestimable", "inevitable", "inexact", "inexactitude", "inexcusable",
+                "inexhaustible", "inexorable", "inexpediency", "inexpedient", "inexpensive",
+                "inexperience", "inexperienced", "inexpert", "inexpiable", "inexplicable",
+                "inexplicably", "inexpressible", "inextinguishable", "inextricable", "infallible",
+                "infallibly", "infamous", "infamy", "infancy", "infant",
+                "infanticide", "infantile", "infantry", "infantryman", "infatuated",
+                "infatuation", "infect", "infection", "infectious", "infelicitous",
+                "infer", "inference", "inferential", "inferior", "infernal",
+                "inferno", "infertile", "infest", "infidel", "infidelity",
+                "infield", "infighting", "infiltrate", "infiltration", "infinite",
+                "infinitesimal", "infinitive", "infinitude", "infinity", "infirm",
+                "infirmary", "infirmity", "inflame", "inflamed", "inflammable",
+                "inflammation", "inflammatory", "inflatable", "inflate", "inflated",
+                "inflation", "inflationary", "inflect", "inflection", "inflexible",
+                "inflexion", "inflict", "infliction", "inflow", "influence",
+                "influential", "influenza", "influx", "info", "inform",
+                "informal", "informant", "information", "informative", "informed",
+                "informer", "infra", "infraction", "infrared", "infrastructure",
+                "infrequent", "infringe", "infuriate", "infuse", "infusion",
+                "ingathering", "ingenious", "ingenuity", "ingenuous", "ingest",
+                "inglenook", "inglorious", "ingoing", "ingot", "ingraft",
+                "ingrained", "ingratiate", "ingratiating", "ingratitude", "ingredient",
+                "ingress", "ingrown", "inhabit", "inhabitant", "inhale",
+                "inhaler", "inharmonious", "inhere", "inherent", "inherently",
+                "inherit", "inheritance", "inhibit", "inhibited", "inhibition",
+                "inhospitable", "inhuman", "inhumane", "inhumanity", "inimical",
+                "inimitable", "iniquitous", "iniquity", "initial", "initially",
+                "initiate", "initiation", "initiative", "inject", "injection",
+                "injudicious", "injunction", "injure", "injurious", "injury",
+                "injustice", "ink", "inkbottle", "inkling", "inkpad",
+                "inkstand", "inkwell", "inky", "inlaid", "inland",
+                "inlay", "inlet", "inmate", "inmost", "inn",
+                "innards", "innate", "inner", "inning", "innings",
+                "innkeeper", "innocent", "innocuous", "innovate", "innovation",
+                "innuendo", "innumerable", "inoculate", "inoffensive", "inoperable",
+                "inoperative", "inopportune", "inordinate", "inorganic", "input",
+                "inquest", "inquietude", "inquire", "inquiring", "inquiry",
+                "inquisition", "inquisitive", "inquisitor", "inquisitorial", "inroad",
+                "inrush", "insalubrious", "insane", "insanitary", "insanity",
+                "insatiable", "insatiate", "inscribe", "inscription", "inscrutable",
+                "insect", "insecticide", "insectivore", "insectivorous", "insecure",
+                "inseminate", "insemination", "insensate", "insensibility", "insensible",
+                "insensitive", "inseparable", "insert", "insertion", "inset",
+                "inshore", "inside", "insider", "insidious", "insight",
+                "insignia", "insignificant", "insincere", "insinuate", "insinuation",
+                "insipid", "insist", "insistence", "insistency", "insistent",
+                "insole", "insolent", "insoluble", "insolvable", "insolvent",
+                "insomnia", "insomniac", "insouciance", "inspect", "inspection",
+                "inspector", "inspectorate", "inspectorship", "inspiration", "inspire",
+                "inspired", "instability", "install", "installation", "installment",
+                "instalment", "instance", "instant", "instantaneous", "instantly",
+                "instead", "instep", "instigate", "instigation", "instil",
+                "instill", "instinct", "instinctive", "institute", "institution",
+                "instruct", "instruction", "instructive", "instructor", "instructress",
+                "instrument", "instrumental", "instrumentalist", "instrumentality", "instrumentation",
+                "insubordinate", "insubstantial", "insufferable", "insufficiency", "insufficient",
+                "insular", "insularity", "insulate", "insulation", "insulator",
+                "insulin", "insult", "insuperable", "insupportable", "insurance",
+                "insure", "insured", "insurer", "insurgent", "insurmountable",
+                "insurrection", "intact", "intaglio", "intake", "intangible",
+                "integer", "integral", "integrate", "integrated", "integrity",
+                "integument", "intellect", "intellectual", "intelligence", "intelligent",
+                "intelligentsia", "intelligible", "intemperate", "intend", "intended",
+                "intense", "intensifier", "intensify", "intensity", "intensive",
+                "intent", "intention", "intentional", "intentions", "inter",
+                "interact", "interaction", "interbreed", "intercalary", "intercalate",
+                "intercede", "intercept", "interceptor", "intercession", "interchange",
+                "interchangeable", "intercity", "intercollegiate", "intercom", "intercommunicate",
+                "intercommunion", "intercontinental", "intercourse", "interdenominational", "interdependent",
+                "interdict", "interest", "interested", "interesting", "interests",
+                "interface", "interfere", "interference", "interim", "interior",
+                "interject", "interjection", "interlace", "interlard", "interleave",
+                "interline", "interlinear", "interlink", "interlock", "interlocutor",
+                "interloper", "interlude", "intermarriage", "intermarry", "intermediary",
+                "intermediate", "interment", "intermezzo", "interminable", "intermingle",
+                "intermission", "intermittent", "intern", "internal", "internalise",
+                "internalize", "international", "internationale", "internationalise", "internationalism",
+                "internationalize", "interne", "internecine", "internee", "internment",
+                "interpellate", "interpenetrate", "interpersonal", "interplanetary", "interplay",
+                "interpol", "interpolate", "interpolation", "interpose", "interposition",
+                "interpret", "interpretation", "interpretative", "interpreter", "interracial",
+                "interregnum", "interrelate", "interrelation", "interrogate", "interrogative",
+                "interrogatory", "interrupt", "intersect", "intersection", "intersperse",
+                "interstate", "interstellar", "interstice", "intertribal", "intertwine",
+                "interurban", "interval", "intervene", "intervention", "interview",
+                "interweave", "intestate", "intestinal", "intestine", "intimacy",
+                "intimate", "intimidate", "intimidation", "into", "intolerable",
+                "intolerant", "intonation", "intone", "intoxicant", "intoxicate",
+                "intractable", "intramural", "intransigent", "intransitive", "intravenous",
+                "intrench", "intrepid", "intricacy", "intricate", "intrigue",
+                "intrinsic", "intro", "introduce", "introduction", "introductory",
+                "introit", "introspection", "introspective", "introvert", "introverted",
+                "intrude", "intruder", "intrusion", "intrusive", "intrust",
+                "intuit", "intuition", "intuitive", "intumescence", "inundate",
+                "inundation", "inure", "invade", "invalid", "invalidate",
+                "invalidism", "invaluable", "invariable", "invasion", "invective",
+                "inveigh", "inveigle", "invent", "invention", "inventive",
+                "inventor", "inventory", "inverse", "inversion", "invert",
+                "invertebrate", "invest", "investigate", "investiture", "investment",
+                "inveterate", "invidious", "invigilate", "invigorate", "invincible",
+                "inviolable", "inviolate", "invisible", "invitation", "invite",
+                "inviting", "invocation", "invoice", "invoke", "involuntary",
+                "involve", "involved", "invulnerable", "inward", "inwardness",
+                "inwards", "inwrought", "iodin", "iodine", "iodise",
+                "iodize", "ion", "ionic", "ionise", "ionize",
+                "ionosphere", "iota", "iou", "ipa", "ira",
+                "irascible", "irate", "ire", "iridescent", "iridium",
+                "irishman", "irk", "irksome", "iron", "ironclad",
+                "ironic", "ironically", "ironing", "ironmonger", "ironmongery",
+                "ironmould", "irons", "ironstone", "ironware", "ironwork",
+                "ironworks", "irony", "irradiate", "irrational", "irreconcilable",
+                "irrecoverable", "irredeemable", "irreducible", "irrefutable", "irregular",
+                "irregularity", "irrelevance", "irrelevant", "irreligious", "irremediable",
+                "irremovable", "irreparable", "irreplaceable", "irrepressible", "irreproachable",
+                "irresistible", "irresolute", "irresponsible", "irretrievable", "irreverent",
+                "irreversible", "irrevocable", "irrigate", "irritable", "irritant",
+                "irritate", "irritation", "irruption", "isinglass", "islam",
+                "island", "islander", "isle", "islet", "ism",
+                "isobar", "isolate", "isolated", "isolation", "isolationism",
+                "isotherm", "isotope", "israelite", "issue", "isthmus",
+                "ita", "italic", "italicise", "italicize", "italics",
+                "itch", "itchy", "item", "itemise", "itemize",
+                "iterate", "itinerant", "itinerary", "itn", "its",
+                "itself", "itv", "iud", "ivied", "ivory",
+                "ivy", "jab", "jabber", "jack", "jackal",
+                "jackanapes", "jackaroo", "jackass", "jackboot", "jackdaw",
+                "jackeroo", "jacket", "jackpot", "jackrabbit", "jacobean",
+                "jacobite", "jade", "jaded", "jaffa", "jag",
+                "jagged", "jaguar", "jail", "jailbird", "jailbreak",
+                "jailer", "jailor", "jalopy", "jam", "jamb",
+                "jamboree", "jammy", "jangle", "janissary", "janitor",
+                "january", "japan", "jape", "japonica", "jar",
+                "jargon", "jasmine", "jasper", "jaundice", "jaundiced",
+                "jaunt", "jaunty", "javelin", "jaw", "jawbone",
+                "jawbreaker", "jaws", "jay", "jaywalk", "jazz",
+                "jazzy", "jealous", "jealousy", "jeans", "jeep",
+                "jeer", "jehovah", "jejune", "jell", "jellied",
+                "jello", "jelly", "jellyfish", "jemmy", "jenny",
+                "jeopardise", "jeopardize", "jeopardy", "jerboa", "jeremiad",
+                "jerk", "jerkin", "jerky", "jeroboam", "jerry",
+                "jersey", "jest", "jester", "jesting", "jesuit",
+                "jesuitical", "jet", "jetsam", "jettison", "jetty",
+                "jew", "jewel", "jeweled", "jeweler", "jewelled",
+                "jeweller", "jewellery", "jewelry", "jewess", "jewish",
+                "jezebel", "jib", "jibe", "jiffy", "jig",
+                "jigger", "jiggered", "jiggle", "jigsaw", "jihad",
+                "jilt", "jiminy", "jimjams", "jimmy", "jingle",
+                "jingo", "jingoism", "jinks", "jinn", "jinrikisha",
+                "jinx", "jitney", "jitterbug", "jitters", "jiujitsu",
+                "jive", "jnr", "job", "jobber", "jobbery",
+                "jobbing", "jobless", "jockey", "jockstrap", "jocose",
+                "jocular", "jocund", "jodhpurs", "jog", "joggle",
+                "john", "johnny", "join", "joiner", "joinery",
+                "joint", "joist", "joke", "joker", "jollification",
+                "jollity", "jolly", "jolt", "jolty", "jonah",
+                "jonquil", "josh", "jostle", "jot", "jotter",
+                "jotting", "joule", "journal", "journalese", "journalism",
+                "journalist", "journey", "journeyman", "joust", "jove",
+                "jovial", "jowl", "joy", "joyful", "joyless",
+                "joyous", "joyride", "joystick", "jubilant", "jubilation",
+                "jubilee", "judaic", "judaism", "judder", "judge",
+                "judgement", "judgment", "judicature", "judicial", "judiciary",
+                "judicious", "judo", "jug", "juggernaut", "juggle",
+                "juice", "juicy", "jujitsu", "juju", "jujube",
+                "jukebox", "julep", "july", "jumble", "jumbo",
+                "jump", "jumper", "jumps", "jumpy", "junction",
+                "juncture", "june", "jungle", "junior", "juniper",
+                "junk", "junket", "junketing", "junkie", "junky",
+                "junoesque", "junta", "jupiter", "juridical", "jurisdiction",
+                "jurisprudence", "jurist", "juror", "jury", "juryman",
+                "just", "justice", "justifiable", "justification", "justified",
+                "justify", "jut", "jute", "juvenile", "juxtapose",
+                "juxtaposition", "kaffir", "kafir", "kaftan", "kail",
+                "kaiser", "kale", "kaleidoscope", "kaleidoscopic", "kalends",
+                "kampong", "kangaroo", "kaolin", "kapok", "kappa",
+                "kaput", "karat", "karate", "karma", "katydid",
+                "kayak", "kazoo", "kebab", "kebob", "kedgeree",
+                "keel", "keelhaul", "keen", "keep", "keeper",
+                "keeping", "keeps", "keepsake", "keg", "kelp",
+                "kelvin", "ken", "kennel", "kennels", "kepi",
+                "kept", "kerb", "kerchief", "kerfuffle", "kernel",
+                "kerosene", "kerosine", "kersey", "kestrel", "ketch",
+                "ketchup", "kettle", "kettledrum", "key", "keyboard",
+                "keyhole", "keyless", "keynote", "keypunch", "keystone",
+                "khaki", "khalif", "khalifate", "khan", "kibbutz",
+                "kibosh", "kick", "kickback", "kicker", "kickoff",
+                "kicks", "kid", "kiddie", "kiddy", "kidnap",
+                "kidney", "kike", "kill", "killer", "killing",
+                "killjoy", "kiln", "kilo", "kilogram", "kilogramme",
+                "kilohertz", "kiloliter", "kilolitre", "kilometer", "kilometre",
+                "kilowatt", "kilt", "kimono", "kin", "kind",
+                "kindergarten", "kindle", "kindling", "kindly", "kindness",
+                "kindred", "kine", "kinetic", "kinetics", "kinfolk",
+                "king", "kingcup", "kingdom", "kingfisher", "kingly",
+                "kingmaker", "kingpin", "kings", "kingship", "kink",
+                "kinky", "kinsfolk", "kinship", "kinsman", "kiosk",
+                "kip", "kipper", "kirk", "kirsch", "kirtle",
+                "kismet", "kiss", "kisser", "kit", "kitchen",
+                "kitchenette", "kite", "kitsch", "kitten", "kittenish",
+                "kittiwake", "kitty", "kiwi", "klaxon", "kleenex",
+                "kleptomania", "kleptomaniac", "knack", "knacker", "knackered",
+                "knapsack", "knave", "knavery", "knead", "knee",
+                "kneecap", "kneel", "knell", "knew", "knickerbockers",
+                "knickers", "knife", "knight", "knighthood", "knightly",
+                "knit", "knitter", "knitting", "knitwear", "knives",
+                "knob", "knobbly", "knobkerrie", "knock", "knockabout",
+                "knockdown", "knocker", "knockers", "knockout", "knoll",
+                "knot", "knothole", "knotty", "knout", "know",
+                "knowing", "knowingly", "knowledge", "knowledgeable", "known",
+                "knuckle", "koala", "kohl", "kohlrabi", "kookaburra",
+                "kopeck", "kopek", "kopje", "koppie", "koran",
+                "kosher", "kowtow", "kraal", "kremlin", "kris",
+                "krona", "krone", "kudos", "kukri", "kumis",
+                "kumquat", "kuomintang", "kurus", "kvass", "kwashiorkor",
+                "kwela", "laager", "lab", "label", "labial",
+                "labor", "laboratory", "laborer", "laborious", "labour",
+                "labourer", "labourite", "labrador", "laburnum", "labyrinth",
+                "lace", "lacerate", "laceration", "lachrymal", "lachrymose",
+                "lack", "lackadaisical", "lackey", "lacking", "lackluster",
+                "lacklustre", "laconic", "lacquer", "lacrosse", "lactation",
+                "lactic", "lactose", "lacuna", "lacy", "lad",
+                "ladder", "laddie", "laddy", "laden", "ladies",
+                "lading", "ladle", "lady", "ladybird", "ladylike",
+                "ladyship", "lag", "lager", "laggard", "lagging",
+                "lagoon", "laid", "lain", "lair", "laird",
+                "laity", "lake", "lam", "lama", "lamaism",
+                "lamasery", "lamb", "lambaste", "lambent", "lambkin",
+                "lamblike", "lambskin", "lame", "lament", "lamentable",
+                "lamentation", "laminate", "lamming", "lamp", "lampoon",
+                "lamppost", "lamprey", "lampshade", "lance", "lancer",
+                "lancers", "lancet", "land", "landau", "landed",
+                "landfall", "landing", "landlady", "landlocked", "landlord",
+                "landlubber", "landmark", "landmine", "lands", "landscape",
+                "landslide", "landslip", "landward", "landwards", "lane",
+                "language", "languid", "languish", "languor", "lank",
+                "lanky", "lanolin", "lantern", "lanternslide", "lanyard",
+                "lap", "lapdog", "lapel", "lapidary", "lapse",
+                "lapsed", "lapwing", "larboard", "larceny", "larch",
+                "lard", "larder", "large", "largely", "largess",
+                "largesse", "largo", "lariat", "lark", "larkspur",
+                "larrup", "larva", "laryngeal", "laryngitis", "laryngoscope",
+                "larynx", "lasagna", "lascivious", "laser", "lash",
+                "lashing", "lashings", "lass", "lasso", "last",
+                "lasting", "lastly", "lat", "latch", "latchkey",
+                "late", "latecomer", "lately", "latent", "lateral",
+                "latest", "latex", "lath", "lathe", "lather",
+                "latin", "latinise", "latinize", "latitude", "latitudes",
+                "latitudinal", "latitudinarian", "latrine", "latter", "latterly",
+                "lattice", "laud", "laudable", "laudanum", "laudatory",
+                "laugh", "laughable", "laughingstock", "laughter", "launch",
+                "launder", "launderette", "laundress", "laundry", "laureate",
+                "laurel", "laurels", "lava", "lavatory", "lave",
+                "lavender", "lavish", "law", "lawful", "lawless",
+                "lawn", "lawsuit", "lawyer", "lax", "laxative",
+                "laxity", "lay", "layabout", "layer", "layette",
+                "layman", "layout", "laze", "lazy", "lbw",
+                "lcm", "lea", "leach", "lead", "leaden",
+                "leader", "leadership", "leading", "leads", "leaf",
+                "leafage", "leafed", "leaflet", "leafy", "league",
+                "leak", "leakage", "leaky", "lean", "leaning",
+                "leap", "leapfrog", "learn", "learned", "learner",
+                "learning", "lease", "leasehold", "leash", "least",
+                "leastways", "leather", "leatherette", "leathery", "leave",
+                "leaved", "leaven", "leavening", "leaves", "leavings",
+                "lech", "lecher", "lecherous", "lechery", "lectern",
+                "lecture", "lecturer", "lectureship", "led", "ledge",
+                "ledger", "lee", "leech", "leek", "leer",
+                "leery", "lees", "leeward", "leeway", "left",
+                "leftist", "leftovers", "leftward", "leftwards", "leg",
+                "legacy", "legal", "legalise", "legality", "legalize",
+                "legate", "legatee", "legation", "legato", "legend",
+                "legendary", "leger", "legerdemain", "legged", "leggings",
+                "leggy", "legible", "legion", "legionary", "legislate",
+                "legislation", "legislative", "legislator", "legislature", "legit",
+                "legitimate", "legitimatise", "legitimatize", "legroom", "legume",
+                "leguminous", "lei", "leisure", "leisured", "leisurely",
+                "leitmotif", "leitmotive", "lemming", "lemon", "lemonade",
+                "lemur", "lend", "length", "lengthen", "lengthways",
+                "lengthy", "lenience", "lenient", "lenity", "lens",
+                "lent", "lentil", "lento", "leo", "leonine",
+                "leopard", "leotard", "leper", "leprechaun", "leprosy",
+                "lesbian", "lesion", "less", "lessee", "lessen",
+                "lesser", "lesson", "lessor", "lest", "let",
+                "letdown", "lethal", "lethargy", "letraset", "letter",
+                "letterbox", "lettered", "letterhead", "lettering", "letterpress",
+                "letters", "letting", "lettuce", "letup", "leucocyte",
+                "leucotomy", "leukaemia", "leukemia", "leukocyte", "levee",
+                "level", "leveler", "leveller", "lever", "leverage",
+                "leveret", "leviathan", "levitate", "levity", "levodopa",
+                "levy", "lewd", "lexical", "lexicographer", "lexicography",
+                "lexicon", "lexis", "liability", "liable", "liaise",
+                "liaison", "liana", "liar", "lib", "libation",
+                "libel", "libellous", "libelous", "liberal", "liberalise",
+                "liberalism", "liberality", "liberalize", "liberally", "liberate",
+                "liberated", "liberation", "libertarian", "liberties", "libertine",
+                "liberty", "libidinous", "libido", "libra", "librarian",
+                "library", "librettist", "libretto", "lice", "licence",
+                "licenced", "license", "licensed", "licensee", "licentiate",
+                "licentious", "lichen", "licit", "lick", "licking",
+                "licorice", "lid", "lido", "lie", "lieder",
+                "lief", "liege", "lien", "lieu", "lieutenant",
+                "life", "lifeblood", "lifeboat", "lifeguard", "lifeless",
+                "lifelike", "lifeline", "lifelong", "lifer", "lifetime",
+                "lift", "liftboy", "ligament", "ligature", "light",
+                "lighten", "lighter", "lighterage", "lighthouse", "lighting",
+                "lightly", "lightness", "lightning", "lights", "lightship",
+                "lightweight", "ligneous", "lignite", "likable", "like",
+                "likeable", "likelihood", "likely", "liken", "likeness",
+                "likes", "likewise", "liking", "lilac", "lilliputian",
+                "lilo", "lilt", "lily", "limb", "limber",
+                "limbo", "lime", "limeade", "limejuice", "limekiln",
+                "limelight", "limerick", "limestone", "limey", "limit",
+                "limitation", "limited", "limiting", "limitless", "limn",
+                "limousine", "limp", "limpet", "limpid", "limy",
+                "linchpin", "linctus", "linden", "line", "lineage",
+                "lineal", "lineament", "linear", "lineman", "linen",
+                "lineout", "liner", "linertrain", "lines", "lineshooter",
+                "linesman", "lineup", "ling", "linger", "lingerie",
+                "lingering", "lingo", "lingual", "linguist", "linguistic",
+                "linguistics", "liniment", "lining", "link", "linkage",
+                "linkman", "links", "linkup", "linnet", "linocut",
+                "linoleum", "linotype", "linseed", "lint", "lintel",
+                "lion", "lionize", "lip", "lipid", "lipstick",
+                "liquefaction", "liquefy", "liquescent", "liqueur", "liquid",
+                "liquidate", "liquidation", "liquidator", "liquidity", "liquidize",
+                "liquidizer", "liquor", "liquorice", "lira", "lisle",
+                "lisp", "lissom", "lissome", "list", "listen",
+                "listenable", "listener", "listless", "lists", "lit",
+                "litany", "litchi", "liter", "literacy", "literal",
+                "literally", "literary", "literate", "literati", "literature",
+                "lithe", "lithium", "lithograph", "lithographic", "lithography",
+                "litigant", "litigate", "litigation", "litigious", "litmus",
+                "litotes", "litre", "litter", "litterateur", "litterbin",
+                "litterlout", "little", "littoral", "liturgical", "liturgy",
+                "livable", "live", "liveable", "livelihood", "livelong",
+                "lively", "liven", "liver", "liveried", "liverish",
+                "livery", "liveryman", "lives", "livestock", "livid",
+                "living", "lizard", "llama", "load", "loaded",
+                "loadstar", "loadstone", "loaf", "loafsugar", "loam",
+                "loan", "loanword", "loath", "loathe", "loathing",
+                "loathsome", "loaves", "lob", "lobby", "lobed",
+                "lobotomy", "lobster", "lobsterpot", "local", "locale",
+                "localise", "localism", "locality", "localize", "locally",
+                "locate", "located", "location", "loch", "loci",
+            };
+    }
+}


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