CARID – The term carina refers to the fibrous tissue, hair and hair follicles in the inner ear that produce sounds.
CARINA – The word carina means “the ears”.
CARINA (fibrous tissue) – A fibrous material that forms the inner layer of the ear.
CARINE – A term for a fibrous covering that covers the outer layer of a ear.
CERAMINOS – Cervical cartilage.
CARNIVALE – An earring or a necklace made from carnauba wax.
CERA – The Latin name for the fruit.
CAUCUS – A toothpick or toothbrush.
CECILICIS – An oil or wax used to soften skin.
CHEATER – A tool that takes a small object and squeezes it hard.
CHEST – The outermost part of the skull, the front of the neck, between the ears.
CHICKEN – A meaty, meaty bird.
CHILDREN’S CHEESE – Cheese made from cow’s milk and may contain eggs.
CHILLER – The cooling liquid used to dry foods.
CHIPPOINTS – Small metal plates used to measure the volume of a liquid or a powder.
CHOPPED – Cut off a piece of meat or other food, usually by cutting it in half.
CHOOSING A CHIPPER – Using a chopstick or fork to slice a piece, especially if the cutting is done at an angle.
CHOOSE YOUR SENSOR – A set of sensors or devices that are used to help detect objects and other sounds.
CHOOSH – To pick up something with your fingers or teeth.
COUPLE – A pair of eyes.
CLAWED OR CUTENESS – A physical condition in which two or more parts of the body work together in an intricate pattern to accomplish a task.
CLOSEUP – A close-up of a picture or a drawing.
CLOACHE – A large metal object that is used to hold food.
COVENANT – A protective covering that protects a structure from the elements.
COLLABORATE – To cooperate in a partnership or to do something together.
COOLING – The heating or cooling of water or an object by the burning of an incandescent lamp.
COOMERATIC – The temperature of water that is below the boiling point.
COOPERATIVE – A cooperative act between two or a group of people to solve problems or to overcome a problem.
CONDUCTIVE – Having control over a process, whether by using it yourself or by using a group or by working with others.
COSTA – A cup of coffee.
CORRECTIONAL – A doctor who can correct mistakes made by patients or a medical technician who can repair damage to a damaged object.
CORONET – The innermost layer of bone, the outermost layer being cartilage, or bone.
CORRUPTION – A medical condition caused by an imbalance of minerals in the body.
COUNTER – An employee of a pharmacy who dispenses medications, prescriptions or medical supplies.
CURRENT – A person who is in a state of health and has a current physical condition.
COLDER – Cold.
CRANK – A small metal cylinder, usually the head of a drill.
CROCHET – A ceramic tool used to make tools or other objects.
CROSS – A band of metal wire attached to a wire strip or to a chain.
CROWDING – A gathering place.
CRYSTAL – The substance of a metal alloy or a substance containing aluminum.
CULTURE – A society or culture.
CUSTOMER SERVICE – A professional who is hired by another to perform a service for them.
CYNTHETIC – A substance that is a combination of metals and other substances.
DAD – A young child.
DEALER – Another person who performs a task for another person.
DAIRY – Milk.
DELTA – A solid or liquid substance, usually derived from animal or vegetable matter.
DEEP – Deep, or deep-sea, water.
DEFINITION – The definition of a term used in the physical world.
DEVELOPMENT – The process of developing something new.
DEVOLVER – A vehicle used to propel an object through space.
DIALOGUE – A conversation between two people.
DISTORTED – Dense or heavy.
DIFFICULTY – Difficulty.
DIPLE – Two or more pieces.
DIRT – A material used in making wooden tools, tools for making pipes, and other tools.
DOCK – The area between two ships, such as a ship’s port and the island where the ship is anchored.
DRINKING – Drinking water from the ocean.
DRIVE – A vessel or vehicle used by the public to transport goods.
DROWNING – Complete loss of water.
DRUG – Any chemical substance, often derived from natural