The following 62 words ending in ‘axy.’ However, many are no longer used in modern English. The Merriam-Webster dictionary, too, doesn’t recognize a few of these words. Therefore, we have given those without definition.
Calmness untroubled by mental or emotional disquiet.
A malignant edema of sheep that involves gastrointestinal invasion by a spore-forming bacterium of the genus clostridium (c. septicum), produces an enterotoxemia characterized by staggering, convulsions, coma, and death, and is common in iceland, scotland, and norway.
The arrangement or pattern of bristles on an arthropod (as a mosquito, mite, or larva); the study of chaetotaxy.
The minimum time required for excitation of a structure (such as a neuron) by a constant electric current of twice the threshold voltage.
The growth on a crystalline substrate of a crystalline substance that mimics the orientation of the substrate.
Good order or management.
Any of a genus (linum of the family linaceae, the flax family) of herbs; especially : a slender erect annual (l. usitatissimum) with blue flowers commonly cultivated for its bast fiber and seed; the fiber of the flax plant especially when prepared for spinning.
Milky way galaxy —used with the; any of the very large groups of stars and associated matter that are found throughout the universe; an assemblage of brilliant or notable persons or things.
The suppression of a complete whorl of leaves or sporophylls.
The entire system of galaxies : universe.
The correction of physical deformities by means of mechanical appliances.
The arrangement of leaves on a stem and in relation to one another; the study of phyllotaxis and of the laws that govern it.
Development of more than the normal number of parts (as bracts in a flower or inflorescence).
A cloud of gas believed to be the precursor to a galaxy.
An aggregation of great numbers of galaxies : a large cluster of galaxies.
Made of, abounding in, or covered with wax : waxen; resembling wax: such as; readily shaped or molded.
The following words also end in axy; however, we couldn’t find definitions of these words from the Merriam-Webster dictionary.