Lexicon: partaking – pass

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partaking, verbal n. [see partake, v.]

Receiving; accepting; experiencing the essence of; [fig.] having communion with.

particle (-s), n. [L. particula.] (webplay: gold, immortal, powers, silver, whole).

  1. Grain of sand; tiny pebble; minute portion of rock; atom.
  2. Basic element; [fig.] fundamental substance of the soul.

parting, n. [see part, v.] (webplay: accepteth, building, claim, commerce, day, denomination, depart, design, farewell, friendly, given, go, hands, immortal, judgment, mentioned, moon, mount, nature, night, play, soul, stock, stood, sun, understanding).

  1. Letting go; giving up; act of relinquishing.
  2. Leave-taking; good-bye; [fig.] death; separation of the body and spirit; departure of the soul from the mortal world.
  3. Grief at departure; sorrow caused by leave-taking.
  4. Farewell; departure; moment of separation.
  5. Period of separation; absence from each other.

parting, verbal adj. [see part, v.] (webplay: day, declining, given, gold, sun).

  1. Departing; declining; dying; fading; setting.
  2. Final; last; immediately preceding departure.

partition (-s), n. [Fr. < L. partīre, to part.] (webplay: betwixt, sand partition).

  1. Barrier; obstruction; boundary; dividing wall.
  2. Wave; [fig.] wall of a tomb.

partly, adv. [see part, adv.] (webplay: judgment, kiss, look, side).

In some degree; some of the way; a little.

partridge, n. [ME pertrich < L. perdix < Gk πἑρδίκ.]

Small bird; quail.

party (parties), n. [ME < Fr. < L. partīre, to part.] (webplay: company, contract, design, flower, man, opposition, part, persons, separates).

  1. Witness; bystander; observer; onlooker; spectator.
  2. Participant; concerned person; one involved.
  3. Creature; being; individual.
  4. Actor; character.
  5. Company of friends; group of guests; host of angels.
  6. Litigant; opposing side in a dispute; participant in a lawsuit.
  7. Holiday; gathering; festival.

pass, n. [ME paas < Fr. pas < L. passus, step, pace, track.] (webplay: air, company, die, foot, God, meteor, north, passing fair, planets, suffering).

  1. Narrow passage; difficult road; steep, rocky path.
  2. Uncommon case; unusual circumstance; extreme condition; drastic instance.

pass (-ed, -es, -ing, past), v. [Fr. pass-er, see pass, n.] (webplay: air, allow, approve, assembled, attempt, away, bear, between, beyond, bird, book, bounds, bring, carriage, clause, clouds, cold, color, come, company, conduct, continuing, convenient, cross, dark, day, decay, depart, die, disappear, earth, eloquence, ended, entrance, escape, event, extreme, extremity, eye, fit, flag, flower, foot, forms, fraudulently, future, go, God, grace, guest, hall, heart, help, hinderance, holding, horseback, hour, house, idleness, journeys, king, lamb, land, license, life, light, limit, lost, man, manner, mention, miles, mind, mountain, narrow, near, neglected, night, notice, offer, open, out of reach, overlook, owner, pass away, passing fair, passing strange, past cure or help, paying, permission, place, pomp, prayers, present, proceed, providential, push, reach, ready, reply, residence, river, road, rope, run, sailing, seas, season, sentence, shame, ship, side, sight, sleep, south, spent, spring, step, stood, sun, time, town, travel, trick, try, votes, wait, walk, waste, water, wine).

  1. Go by; move near and beyond.
  2. Move; proceed; travel.
  3. Move on; cross over a boundary; make a transition beyond what is known.
  4. Die; transcend mortality; depart from mortal existence; move to another state of being.
  5. Encounter; experience; come in contact with.
  6. Disappear; vanish; depart.
  7. Overcome; surmount.
  8. Expire; elapse.
  9. Surpass; exceed.
  10. Be mistaken; be wrongly considered.
  11. Spend; live through; while away.
  12. Grow; sprout; bloom; blossom; develop; push upward.
  13. Give; hand; bestow; confer.
  14. Move through [a crowd.]
  15. Happen; occur; come; approach; draw near.
  16. Make it through successfully; be allowed to proceed; be approved by a judge in a trial.
  17. Phrase. “In passing”: while moving by; nonchalantly.
  18. Phrase. “Pass away”: die; come to an end; vanish.
  19. Phrase. “Pass by”: go past; move near and beyond.
  20. Phrase. “Pass on”: proceed; continue; leave.
  21. Phrase. "Pass out of": delete from; remove from; take away from.