Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|a poem or puzzle in which the first (or last) letters of each line spell a word or sentence.
|a popular mathematical puzzle in which numbers are replaced by letters forming words.
|something (as a puzzle) that demands mental effort and acuity for its solution.
|(Lat.) a riddle, esp one whose answer is a play on words.
|a type of puzzle in which a square with blank spaces is to be filled with letters.
|a designer or afficionado of crossword puzzles.
|(Greek) a riddle, a puzzle.
|a kind of logic puzzle, resembling a mathematical crossword.
|a riddle in which a word is found from other words' letters.
|like a logogriph, a riddle in which a word is found from other words' letters.
|(Obs.) a puzzle; (verb) to puzzle.
|the domain of puzzles; puzzles, collectively.
|(Lat.) a representation of syllables or words by means of pictures or symbols; also, a riddle made up of such pictures or symbols.
|one who poses riddles.
|a solver, as of puzzles.
|a type of puzzle in which numbers must be entered into a square grid in such a way that no number is repeated in any row, column or internal square.
|a Chinese geometrical puzzle consisting of a square cut into seven pieces which can be combined to make various shapes.
|to work out the obscured meaning of.
|one who unriddles.
|a type of word puzzle.