n. A sound, or combination of sounds, used in any language as the sign of a conception, or of a conception together with its grammatical relations; the smallest bit of human language forming a grammatical part of speech; a vocable; a term.n. The letter or letters or other characters, written or printed, which represent such a vocable: as, a word misprinted.n. Speech; talk; discourse; conversation: commonly in the plural.n. Saying; remark; expression: as, a word of comfort or sympathy; a word of reproach.n. A symbol of thought, as distinguished from thought itself; sound as opposed to sense.n. Intelligence; information; tidings; report: without an article, and used only as a singular: as, to send word of one's arrival.n. An expression of will or decision; an injunction; command; order.n. A password; a watchword; a war-cry; a signal, or term of recognition, even when consisting of several words.n. A brief or pithy remark or saying; a proverb; a motto.n. Affirmation; promise; obligation; good faith; a term or phrase implying or containing an assertion, declaration, assurance, or the like, which involves the faith or honor of the utterer of it: with a possessive: as, I pledge you my word; on my word, sir.n. Utterances or terms interchanged expressive of anger, contention, or reproach: in the plural, and often qualified by high, hot, hard, sharp, or the like.n. In theology:n. [capitalized] The Son of God; God as manifested to man: same as Logos.n. [cap. or lowercase] The Holy Scripture, or a part of Scripture: as, the Word of God, or God's Word.n. Hot, angry, or reproachful words. See def. 11, and the quotation there from Tennyson.n. =Syn.1. Phrase, etc. See term.To express in words; phrase.To ply with or overpower by words; talk.To flatter; cajole.To make or unmake by a word or command.To speak; talk; converse; discourse.n. An erroneous form of ord.