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Lettris is a curious tetris-clone game where all the bricks have the same square shape but different content. Each square carries a letter. To make squares disappear and save space for other squares you have to assemble English words (left, right, up, down) from the falling squares.
Boggle gives you 3 minutes to find as many words (3 letters or more) as you can in a grid of 16 letters. You can also try the grid of 16 letters. Letters must be adjacent and longer words score better. See if you can get into the grid Hall of Fame !
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time — tíminn - fleetly, swiftly — snögglega - durably, enduringly, firmly, lastingly, staunchly, steadily, strongly, tightly - annually, each year, every year, once a year, year, yearly — árlega - apace, chop-chop, quickly, rapidly, speedily, swiftly — með hraði, snögglega - forever, for ever, for good, permanently — varanlega - provisionally, temporarily — til bráðabirgða - Tues, Tuesday — þriðjudagur - endlessly, interminably - sluggishly — silalega - enduringly - all the time, ceaselessly, continuously, endlessly, incessantly, the whole time, unceasingly, unendingly — án afláts, látlaust, sífellt, sleitulaust - age, eld, geezerhood, old age, years — elli, gamals aldur - continuous, uninterrupted — órofinn, samfelldur - contemporary, present-day — nútíma- - outdated, out-of-date, superannuated - obsolescent, obsolete - early — fyrir tímann, of snemma - matutinal - middle — mið-, miðju- - belated, late, overdue — áliðinn, fyrrverandi, seinn, seint, síðla - posthumous - drawn-out, extended, lengthy, long, long-drawn-out, prolonged, protracted — langdreginn, langur, Öreigar allra landa, sameinist! - close, close-knit, closely-knit, durable, firm, hardwearing, hard-wearing, lasting, long-lasting, long-lived, longwearing, staunch, strong, tight, tightly-knit — varanlegur - endless, eternal, interminable — endalaus, óendanlegur - brief, short — skammur, stuttur - fleeting, fugitive, momentaneous, momentary, non-fast, not fast to light, short-lived — augnabliks- - lasting, permanent — sem er til frambúðar, varanlegur - abiding, enduring, imperishable, permanent - ageless, eternal, everlasting, perpetual, timeless, unceasing, unending — ævarandi, eilífur, endalaus, látlaus, sífelldur - impermanent, temporary - ephemeral, fleeting, fugacious, passing, short-lived, transient, transitory - evanescent - annual, yearly — árleg, árlegt, árlegur, árs-, árvisst - hebdomadal, hebdomadary, weekly — vikulega - interval of time, period, period of time, run, stretch, stretch of time, time period, time span, tract — skeið, tímabil, tími - contemporary world, modern times, modern world, present times - past, past times, yesteryear - history — mannkynssaga, sagnfræði - future, futurity, hereafter, time to come — framtíð - time — stund, tímapunktur, tími - day — dagur - continuum - history - clock time, time — klukkan - continuance, duration, take the stand — sá tími sem e-ð stendur yfir, tímalengd, varanleiki - time scale, time scale factor - week, working week, workweek — vinnuvika - calendar week, week — vika, vinnuvika - day - life, lifespan, life span, lifetime, life-time — ævi, lífstíð - life - life - millenary, millenium, millennium — þúsund ár - past, the past — áður fyrr, fortíð - life expectancy — lífslíkur - death, last — banamein, dauði - afterlife, beyond, great beyond, hereafter, kingdom come, life to come, next world, otherworld - age, eld - babyhood, early childhood, infancy - puberty, pubescence — gelgjuskeið, kynþroski - 1920s, twenties — þriðji áratugurinn, þrítugsaldur - 1930s, thirties — fjórði áratugurinn - 1940s, forties - 1950s, fifties — sjötti áratugurinn - 1960s, sixties — sjöundi áratugur - 1970s, seventies — áttundi áratugur - 1980s, eighties — níræðisaldur, níundi áratugurinn - 1880s, eighties — níræðisaldur, níundi áratugurinn - 1990s, nineties — tíundi áratugurinn - 1890s, nineties — tíræðisaldur, tíundi áratugurinn - voting age - day — sólarhringur - Inauguration Day, January 20 - bissextile day, February 29, leap day - festival - Dominicus, Lord's Day, Sun, Sunday — sunnudagur - Mon, Monday — mánudagur - Midweek, Wed, Wednesday — miðvikudagur - Th, Thursday — fimmtudagur - Fri, Friday — föstudagur - Sabbatum, Sat, Saturday — laugardagur - Sabbath — hvíldardagur, sabbatsdagur - day, daylight, daytime — að degi til, dagtími, sólarhringur - dawn, forenoon, morn, morning, morning time — morgunn - high noon, midday, noon, noonday, noontide, twelve noon, twelve o'clock — hádegi, mið-/hádegi, miðdegi - eve, even, evening, eventide — kvöld - prime time - dark, night, nighttime, night-time — að nóttu, næturtími - night — kvöld - night - night - midnight, twelve, twelve midnight — miðnætti - bedtime — háttatími - aurora, break of day, break of the day, cockcrow, dawn, dawning, daybreak, daylight, dayspring, first light, morning, red morning sky, rising, sunrise, sunup — dagrenning, dagur, sólarupprás - crepuscle, crepuscule, dusk, evenfall, fall, gloam, gloaming, nightfall, twilight — húm, rökkur - hebdomad, week — virkir dagar - fortnight, two weeks — fjórtán dagar, hálfur mánuður, tvær vikur - crack of doom, Day of Judgement, Day of Judgment, day of reckoning, Doomsday, end of the world, eschaton, Judgement Day, Judgment Day, Last Day, Last Judgement, Last Judgment - distance — fjarski - pointing, timekeeping - deadline — eindagi, skilafrestur, tímamörk - Walpurgis Night - December 31, New Year's Eve — gamlárskvöld - January 1, new year, New Year's, New Year's Day — nýársdagur - Martin Luther King Day, Martin Luther King Jr's Birthday - January 19, Lee's Birthday, Robert E Lee's Birthday, Robert E Lee Day - Hogmanay - Tet, tubal embryo transfer - All-hallown summer, Indian summer, Old Wives' summer, Saint-Luke's summer, Saint Martin's summer, Saint-Martin's summer - February 2, Groundhog Day - February 12, Lincoln's Birthday - February 14, Saint Valentine's Day, St Valentine's Day, Valentine's Day, Valentine Day - February 22, Washington's Birthday - March 2, Texas Independence Day - March 17, Saint Patrick's Day, St Patrick's Day - All Fools' day, April Fools', April Fools' day - April 14, Pan American Day - First of May, May 1, May Day — 1. maí - Mother's Day, Mothering Sunday - Armed Forces Day - Decoration Day, Memorial Day - Davis' Birthday, Jefferson Davis' Birthday, June 3 - Flag Day, June 14 - Father's Day - Fourth of July, Independence Day, July 4 - Citizenship Day, September 17 - Columbus Day, Discovery Day, October 12 - October 24, United Nations Day - Allhallows Eve, Hallowe'en, Halloween - Christmas Eve, Dec 24 — aðfangadagskvöld, aðfangadagur, aðfangadagur jóla - legal holiday, national holiday, public holiday - bank holiday, feastday, holiday — bankafrídagur, frídagur - Commonwealth Day, Empire day, May 24 - Dominion Day, July 1 - 14 July, Bastille Day - Armistice Day, November 11, Veterans' Day, Veterans Day - Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving Day — ìakkargjörðardagur - year - 366 days, bissextile, bissextile year, intercalary year, leap year — hlaupár - calendar year, civil year - astronomical year, equinoctial year, solar year, tropical year - date, twelvemonth, year, yr — árzzz - year — ár - quarter — önn - day - calendar month, month - mid-April - June 23, Midsummer Eve, Midsummer Night, St John's Eve, St John's Night - limitation - term — afmarkað tímabil - hour, time of day — afgreiðslutími, klukkustund, klukkutími, tiltekin stund, tími dags - hour — afgreiðslutími, tiltekin stund, tími dags - happy hour - peak hour, rush hour — aðalumferðartími - season, time of year — árstíð - autumn, fall - summer, summertime — sumar - canicular days, canicule, dog days - season — tímabil, vertíð - age, long time, years — öld, tímabil - eternity, infinity — eilífð, hið eilífa líf, óendanleiki, óratími - flash, instant, juncture, minute, moment, point, second, tick — að svo komnu máli, andartak, andrá, á þeirri stundu, augabragð, mínúta, nákvæmt augnablik, stund, tímamót, undir eins - time — tækifæri - occasion — tækifæri, tilefni - bit, minute, mo, moment, second — mínúta - blink of an eye, flash, heartbeat, instant, jiffy, New York minute, split second, trice, twinkling, wink — augnablik, sekúndubrot - generation - anniversary, birthday, day of remembrance, jubilee — afmæli - jubilee — afmælishátíð, fagnaðarhátíð - wedding anniversary - time immemorial, time out of mind - beginning, commencement, first, get-go, kickoff, offset, onset, outset, showtime, start, starting time — byrjun, upphaf - end, ending, finish — endalok, endir, lok, niðurlag - limit, terminal point, terminus ad quem — takmörk - interval, time interval - slot, time slot — dagskrártími - time - break, em dash, intermission, interruption, interval, pause, suspension — hlé, millibil - delay, hold, postponement, time lag, wait — frestun - caretaker government, interim government, interregnum - half life, half-life — helmingunartími - cycle, rhythm, round - phase, phase angle - duty period, shift, work shift — vakt[Domaine]-