5 letter words starting with con

Looking for a clue for todays Wordle or another Word game? Look no further! We got you covered. We got quite a few plausible five letter words starting with con.

  • CONCH
  • CONDO
  • CONED
  • CONES
  • CONEX
  • CONEY
  • CONFS
  • CONGA
  • CONGE
  • CONGO
  • CONIA
  • CONIC
  • CONIN
  • CONKS
  • CONKY
  • CONNE
  • CONNS
  • CONTE
  • CONTO
  • CONUS
  • CONVO

Sometimes the solution is an uncommon word, then It’s time to learn something new. Here’s the definition of a few of these words:

Definition of coney

coney (noun)

  1. A rabbit, especially the European rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus (formerly known as Lepus cuniculus).
  2. Rabbit fur.
  3. Locally for other rabbit-like or hyrax-like animals, such as the Cape hyrax (das, dassie) or the pika (Ochotona princeps, formerly Lagomys princeps).
  4. A simpleton; one who may be taken in by a cony-catcher.
  5. An edible West Indian fish, a grouper given in different sources as: Epinephelus apua, the hind of Bermuda; nigger-fish, Epinephelus punctatus; Cephalopholis fulva.
  6. Several species of tropical west Atlantic groupers of family Epinephelidae, such as the mutton hamlet, graysby, Cuban coney, and rooster hind.
  7. The burbot.
  8. A woman; a sweetheart.

Definition of conge

conge (noun)

  1. An ancient Roman unit of volume in liquid measure consisting of six sextarii or one-eighth amphora (about 118 fluid ounces).
  2. An ancient Roman unit of weight under Vespasian equal to the weight of a congius of water.

conge (noun)

  1. A curvature found on the top or bottom of certain columns.

conge (noun)

  1. Leave, formal permission for some action, :
  2. Formal dismissal; any dismissal; (originally & particularly humorously ironic) abrupt dismissal without ceremony.
  3. Formal leavetaking; any farewell.
  4. A fee paid to make another go away, alms to a persistent beggar.
  5. A bow, curtsey, or other gesture made at departure but (later) including at greeting or in obeissance or respect.

conge (verb)

  1. To give congee, (particularly)
  2. To take congee: to leave ceremoniously.
  3. To make a congee: to bow, curtsey, etc., (particularly dialectal) while leaving; to make obeissance, show respect, or defer to someone or something.