Quale – a quality or property as perceived or experienced by a person; a subjective experience; a property (such as redness) considered apart from things having the property; a property as it is experienced as distinct from any source it might have in a physical object; a quality, as whiteness, loudness, etc., abstracted as an independent, universal essence from a thing.
Lamb – a young sheep, especially one that is less than one year old or without permanent teeth; the young of various animals (such as the smaller antelopes) other than sheep; the flesh of a young sheep used as meat; give birth to lambs; a gentle or weak person; dear; encourage someone to squander their money, especially on alcohol.
Cedi – basic monetary unit of Ghana, equal to 100 pesewas.
Haft – the handle of a tool, especially a knife, axe, or spear; to furnish with a haft or handle; set in a haft.
Quire – four sheets of paper or parchment folded to form eight leaves, as in medieval manuscripts; a section of printed leaves in proper sequence after folding; gathering; any collection of leaves one within another in a manuscript or book; 25 (formerly 24) sheets of paper; one twentieth of a ream; choir.
Deuterogamy – a second marriage, after the death of the first husband or wife; digamy; secondary pairing of sexual cells or nuclei that replaces direct copulation in many fungi, algae, and higher plants.
Paranymph – bridesmaid or groomsman.