|one who speaks on behalf of another; mediator, arbitrator||interceder|
|(Archaic) umpire, arbiter; mediator||daysman|
|act as a referee, act as referee, make decisions or settle disputes between two parties; enforce the rules at a sports match, arbitrator, unbiased person who makes decisions and settles disputes; umpire, official who enforces game rules during sports c...||referee|
|act as an agent on behalf of a person or organization; symbolize, stand for; depict, represent, portray, act for another officially, act or speak for another, be equivalent of something, be present somewhere, depict somebody on stage, depict something ...||represent|
|act as go-between, being in between, chemical for further reactions, containing between 55 percent and 66 percent silica, intermediary, mediate, arbitrate, intervene, mediator, one who intervenes; something which exists between two stages (or points, t...||intermediate|
|act of speaking on behalf of another; mediation, arbitration, intervention, interceding, prayer or petition, trying to resolve conflict||intercession|
|act of speaking to oneself; dramatic or literary form in which the character speaks to himself or to the audience; speech made by one who is by himself, monologue, section in play, talking when alone||soliloquy|
|address, communication by speaking, particular way of speaking, rumor, speaking ability, speaking ability; something that is communicated orally, something that is spoken; dialogue, conversation; manner in which one speaks; dialect; study of oral commu...||speech|
|adviser, one who suggests; endorser, one who speaks well of||recommender|
|Afrikaans-speaking South African, native of South Africa with Dutch ancestry; one who speaks Afrikaans, of Afrikaans-speaking South Africans||Afrikaner|
|agent, one who acts on behalf of another person or organization (Slang)||rep. (representative)|
|ancient German, German speaker, member of an ancient Germanic people which inhabited northern Europe; member of a people that speaks a Germanic language (especially a German)||Teuton|
|ancient Greek reciter, enthusiastic person, one who speaks very enthusiastically; composer of rhapsody; reciter of rhapsody, rhapsode||rhapsodist|
|arbiter, arbitrator, negotiator trying to make peace||conciliator|
|arbitrator, judge; mediator, influential person or thing, somebody making judgment||arbiter|
|arbitrator, unbiased person who makes decisions and settles disputes; umpire, official who enforces game rules during sports competitions||ref. (referee)|
|arousing sexual feelings, erotic poem, poem which speaks of sexual love, marked by sexual desire, pertaining to sexual passion; arousing or stimulating sexual desire||erotic|
|ask somebody to settle dispute, mediate, act as a mediator in a dispute; serve as a judge, settle dispute between others||arbitrate|
|Athapaskan, family of Indian languages spoken by tribes in the western United States and southwestern Canada (includes Apache, Navajo, and Chipewyan), group of North American languages, member of an Indian tribe that speaks an Athabaskan language, spea...||Athabaskan|
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