semithick etymology

English word semithick comes from English thick, English semi- (Half. Partial, incomplete. Somewhat, rather, quasi-.)

Detailed word origin of semithick

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
thick English (eng) (UK, dated) troublesome; unreasonable. (informal) Friendly or intimate.. (informal) Stupid.. (slang, mostly, of women) Curvy and voluptuous, and especially having large hips.. Abounding in number.. Deep, intense, or profound.. Densely crowded or packed.. Difficult to understand, or poorly articulated.. Having a viscous consistency.. Heavy in build; thickset.. Impenetrable to sight.. [...]
semi- English (eng) Half. Partial, incomplete. Somewhat, rather, quasi-.
semithick English (eng) Neither thin nor very thick; of limited thickness.

Words with the same origin as semithick

Descendants of semi-
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