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byte a basic unit of information in computers. A byte is usually equal to eight binary digits or bits.
Cub Scout a member of the junior section of the Boy Scouts of America. Boys between ages eight and eleven can be Cub Scouts.
cup a unit of measure equal to eight fluid ounces or one half pint. (abbreviated: c) [1/5 definitions]
daddy-longlegs (used with a singular or plural verb) a small animal that resembles a spider. Daddy-longlegs are arachnids and have a small, rounded body with eight very long, thin legs.
eight being eight in number. [1/3 definitions]
eighth one of eight equal parts of a whole; 1/8. [1/3 definitions]
eighty the number that is equal to eight times ten; 80. [1/3 definitions]
elementary school a school for the first six to eight years of a child's education.
February the second month of the year. February usually has twenty-eight days, but it has twenty-nine days in a leap year.
Hanukkah a Jewish festival that runs for eight days in December in which a special candle is lit each night. Hanukkah celebrates the anniversary of the dedication of the temple at Jerusalem and the miracle of the lamp.
junior high school a school between elementary school and high school; middle school. Junior high school usually includes grades seven, eight, and nine.
octagon a flat closed figure with eight straight sides.
octo- a prefix that means "eight."
octopus a sea animal with a soft, rounded body and eight long tentacles. Octopuses are carnivores that eat crabs, lobsters, and other small sea animals. They are mollusks and are closely related to squids.
pawn2 one of the eight pieces in the game of chess. The pawn has the lowest value and is placed in the front rank at the beginning of a game. [1/2 definitions]
peck1 a unit of measurement of grains and other dry things. A peck is equal to eight quarts, one fourth of a bushel, or 8.81 liters. [1/2 definitions]
solar system our Sun, its eight planets and their moons, and all other bodies that travel around the Sun, or any system that includes a star and all of the matter which orbits that star, including planets and moons.
spider a small animal with eight legs and a body made up of two parts. Most spiders spin webs in which they nest and catch insects to eat. Spiders are related to mites, ticks, and scorpions.