salt (uncountable and countable; plural: salts)

  1. A compound formed from the reaction of an acid with a base, where a positive ion replaces a hydrogen of the acid.
  2. General term for sodium chloride (NaCl) (also common salt).
  3. A marsh (also salt-marsh)
  4. (slang): A sailor (also old salt).
  5. (cryptography): additional bytes inserted into a term to increase randomness and obscure algorithm either before or after a step of encryption.

4 letters in word "salt": A L S T.

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Words found within salt:

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