NSA Dictionary Committee

OSPD4 New 2s and 3s

Here is a list of the new two- and three-letter words in the fourth edition of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

New Two-Letter Words and Their Inflections

FE, FES
n a Hebrew letter
KI, KIS
n the vital force in Chinese thought
OI
interj oy
QI, QIS
n the vital force that in Chinese thought is inherent in all things
ZA, ZAS
n a pizza

Other Entries Containing New Three-Letter Words

AG, AGS
n agriculture
AHI, AHIS
n a marine food fish
AH, AHS, AHED, AHING
v aah
APO, APOS
n a type of protein
APP, APPS
n a computer program for a major task
BES, BESES
n beth
CIG, CIGS
n a cigarette
CRU, CRUS
n a grade or class of wine
DAN, DANS
n a level or skill in martial arts
DEF, DEFFER, DEFFEST
n excellent
DIF, DIFS
n diff
DUH
interj used to indicate that something just stated is too obvious
ED, EDS
n education
EEK
interj used to express sudden fright
FAB, FABS
n sudden created or constructed
FAB, FABBER, FABBEST
adj fabulous
GO, GOS
n a Japanese board game
IGG, IGGS, IGGED, IGGING
v to ignore
KYE, KYES
n a private Korean-American banking club
MEG, MEGS
n a megabyte
MIC, MICS
n a microphone
MYC, MYCS
n a gene that transforms a normal cell into a cancerous cell
NEG, NEGS
n a photographic negative
OBA, OBAS
n a hereditary chief in Benin and Nigeria
ODA, ODAS
n a room in a harem
ONO, ONOS
n a large mackerel
PST
interj psst
RAI, RAIS
n a style of popular Algerian music
SOM, SOMS
n a monetary unit of Kyrgyzstan
SUK, SUKS
n souk
URP, URPS, URPED, URPING
v to vomit
UTE, UTES
n a utility vehicle
VID, VIDS
n a video
VUM
interj used to express surprise
YAG, YAGS
n a synthetic garnet
ZEP, ZEPS
n a long sandwich
ZUZ
n an ancient Hebrew silver coin
ZZZ
interj used to suggest the sound of snoring

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