List of ‘EAF’ Ending Words

This is a list of words that end in ‘eaf.’ A few words that end in ‘eaf’ are no longer used in our current literature; therefore, you may not find the definition of those words in the dictionary.

Arrowleaf

Arrowhead.

Bloodleaf

Any of several plants of the family amaranthaceae having colored foliage; especially : a member of either of two genera (iresine and aerva) including several that are used as ornamental and bedding plants.

Broadleaf

Having broad leaves; specifically : having leaves that are not needles; composed of broad-leaved plants.

Capsheaf

The top sheaf of a shock or stack of grain; the crowning point : most extreme instance : dominant element : climax, acme.

Cloverleaf

Resembling a clover leaf in shape.

Coffeeleaf

Shinleaf.

Copperleaf

A plant of the genus acalypha (especially a. virginica).

Copper-leaf

A plant of the genus acalypha (especially a. virginica).

Cordleaf

Any plant of the family restionaceae; especially : a plant of the genus restio.

Currant-leaf

Miterwort.

Cut-leaf

Having leaves that are more than normally divided.

Dead-leaf

Feuille morte.

Deaf

Having total or partial hearing loss; also : of or relating to people who have total or partial hearing loss; unwilling to hear or listen : not to be persuaded.

Disleaf

To remove the leaves from : strip of leaves.

Dollarleaf

False wintergreen; a prostrate round-leafed tick trefoil (desmodium rotundifolium).

Doubleleaf

A plant of the genus listera; especially : twayblade.

Drop-leaf

A hinged leaf on the side or end of a table that can be folded down.

Endleaf

Endpaper.

Fernleaf

A delicate red alga (callithamnion gracillimum) with finely divided thallus; a disease of tomatoes caused by the cucumber mosaic virus and characterized by mottling and fernlike narrowing of the leaves.

Fig-leaf

The leaf of a fig tree; something that conceals or camouflages usually inadequately or dishonestly.

Five-leaf

Cinquefoil.

Flannelleaf

A mullein (verbascum thapsus).

Flyleaf

One of the free endpapers of a book.

Fly-leaf

One of the free endpapers of a book.

Gold-leaf

An extremely thin sheet of gold that is used especially for gilding.

Gray-leaf

Gray speck.

Heaf

A piece of ground used as a sheep pasture.

Heartleaf

Any of several wild gingers that have distinctly cordate leaves and are usually included in the genus asarum but are sometimes segregated in a separate genus.

Hoodsheaf

Capsheaf.

Interleaf

Interleave.

Jellyleaf

Queensland hemp.

Laceleaf

Lattice plant.

Lace-leaf

Lattice plant.

Lanternleaf

Creeping crowfoot.

Latticeleaf

A plant of the genus aponogeton; especially : a plant (a. fenestralis) of madagascar.

Lattice-leaf

A plant of the genus aponogeton; especially : a plant (a. fenestralis) of madagascar.

Lawnleaf

Dichondra.

Leaf

A lateral outgrowth from a plant stem that is typically a flattened expanded variably shaped greenish organ, constitutes a unit of the foliage, and functions primarily in food manufacture by photosynthesis.

Leatherleaf

A temperate-zone bog shrub (chamaedaphne calyculata) of the heath family with leathery evergreen leaves and small white cylindrical flowers.

Lifeleaf

Air plant.

Littleleaf

Any of various plant disorders characterized by small and often chlorotic and distorted foliage.

Liverleaf

Hepatica.

Longleaf

Longleaf pine.

Looseleaf

Having leaves secured in book form in a cover whose spine may be opened for adding, arranging, or removing leaves; of, relating to, or used with a loose-leaf binding.

Loose-leaf

Having leaves secured in book form in a cover whose spine may be opened for adding, arranging, or removing leaves; of, relating to, or used with a loose-leaf binding.

Mottle-leaf

A zinc deficiency disease of citrus plants characterized by a partial chlorosis, reduced size of leaves and fruits, and stunting; a virus disease of cherry characterized by chlorotic mottling, puckering, distortion, and wrinkling of the leaves.

Netleaf

A common rattlesnake plantain (goodyera pubescens).

Overleaf

On the other side of a leaf (as of a book).

Quiverleaf

Aspen; especially : american aspen.

Red-leaf

Any of several plant diseases characterized by reddening of the foliage.

Roll-leaf

Gold or foil laid on thin glazed paper and put up in rolls for feeding out mechanically in a stamping press.

Rose-leaf

A moderate pink that is yellower and darker than arbutus pink and deeper than hydrangea pink.

Saddleleaf

Tulip tree.

Satinleaf

Caimitillo.

Seedleaf

Cotyledon.

Sheaf

A quantity of the stalks and ears of a cereal grass or sometimes other plant material bound together; something resembling a sheaf of grain; a large amount or number.

Shinleaf

Any of several wintergreens (especially pyrola elliptica) with lustrous evergreen basal leaves and racemose white or pinkish flowers.

Silverleaf

Very thin silver foil.

Single-leaf

PiƱon.

Sleek-leaf

Sand myrtle.

Stickleaf

Any of several rough-leaved herbs of the genus mentzelia.

Stone-deaf

Totally deaf.

Sweetleaf

A small tree (symplocos tinctoria) of southern u.s. with herbage and bark that yield a yellow dye.

Thousand-leaf

Yarrow.

Tone-deaf

Relatively insensitive to differences in musical pitch; having or showing an obtuse insensitivity or lack of perception particularly in matters of public sentiment, opinion, or taste.

Trumpetleaf

Trumpet.

Trumpet-leaf

Trumpet.

Twinleaf

An american perennial herb (jeffersonia diphylla) with leaves of two leaflets and simple naked one-flowered scapes.

Twin-leaf

An american perennial herb (jeffersonia diphylla) with leaves of two leaflets and simple naked one-flowered scapes.

Underleaf

The underside of a leaf; amphigastrium.

Unleaf

To strip of leaves.

Velvetleaf

Any of various plants that have soft velvety leaves: such as; a tropical vine (cissampelos pareira) with roots that constitute the false pareira of commerce; indian mallow.

Waterleaf

Any of a genus (hydrophyllum of the family hydrophyllaceae, the waterleaf family) of perennial or biennial north american woodland herbs with lobed or pinnate toothed leaves and cymes of bell-shaped flowers.

White-leaf

White poplar; tragacanth consisting of thin translucent pieces of horny texture.

Word-deaf

Auditory aphasia.

The following words also end in eaf; however, we couldn’t find definitions of these words from the Merriam-Webster dictionary.

AgleafBedeaf
BeleafBirchleaf
CambricleafCercis-leaf
Death-deafEaten-leaf
EnleafFanleaf
FeafFeatherleaf
FineleafFingerleaf
FlagleafFour-leaf
FrogleafGingerleaf
GreenleafHalf-deaf
HollyleafHundred-leaf
IceleafJoyleaf
Laurel-leafLetterleaf
Myriad-leafNeaf
Nerve-deafNondeaf
One-leafOrangeleaf
Orange-leafPan-leaf
Parcel-deafPatchleaf
PennyleafQuasi-deaf
SageleafSage-leaf
SaucerleafSelf-deaf
SemideafShell-leaf
Short-leafSnakeleaf
SpiritleafTea-leaf
ThickleafThree-leaf
Tomato-leafTwo-leaf
UndeafUnsheaf
Waberan-leafWabert-leaf
WitchleafWoodleaf
World-deaf