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(fe) ban leli watu
at some point in the past, once upon a time
(fe) ban mara
on a certain occasion, once, once upon a time
(fe) ban xali watu
at some point in the future, eventually
(fe) dua mara
twice, two times
(fe) duli mara
at times, sometimes, occasionally, on occasion, from time to time, once in a while
(fe) hin noce
tonight
(fe) ner leya
in the near past, recently
(fe) ner or teli xaya
sooner or later, eventually
(fe) ner xaya
in the near future, soon
(fe) nunli din
nowadays
(fe) tiga mara
thrice
(fe) un mara
once, one time
-abil
which can (be), -able, -ible
-bimar
sick
-bol
ball
-cu
intransitive verb marker, become, get, turn (into)
-din
day
-do
in an inactive state of
-doku
document
-dom
building, place, room, site (with specific purpose)
-dukan
store
-ente
(inanimate) agent
-fil
inclined (to), prone (to), tending (to, towards)
-fobi
phobia
-fon
(n)
-phone, sound tool
-gi
causative, transitive marker, make, cause to be
-gon
-agon
-grafi
recording
-hole
sheath, holder
-ible
-ible, -able
-ina
-ine
-ismo
-ism
-ista
-ist
-itis
inflammation
-je
degree, level, measurement
-kal
-less, empty
-kamer
room
-kaxa
case, container
-kef
chief, head, boss, lead
-kolordo
shade of color
-krasi
(type of) government
-kumax
piece of cloth (for specific purpose)
-lari
collective group
-laye
worthy
-lexi
word
-li
relating to, of
-logi
specialty, science (of), philosophy (of), study (of), art (of)
-maso
meat
-medis
medical practice
-meter
measuring device, tool
-mo
adverb of degree and manner
-mon
element, unit (of a whole)
-mosem
season
-musi
which must
-ne
in an active state or process of
-osis
pathology
-pel
drive
-peldo
driven
-ple
-uble, -iple, -uple
-pul
full of, having, -ous
-sa
language, animal sounds
-sim
-like, -ish (added to nouns)
-su
possessive adjective marker
-tim
team, body
-tora
-ator, machine, device, apparatus, appliance
-tul
tool
-xey
thing, substance
-ya
abstract nouns
-yen
being (any animate being), (personified) object
-yum
ordinal number
Afgani
(n)
Afghanistan
Afganili
(t)
Afghan (relating to Afghanistan, its people, or their language)
Afganiyen
(n)
Afghan (a native or inhabitant of Afghanistan)
Afrika
(n)
Africa
Afrikali
(t)
African (relating to Africa and its people)
Afrikanse
(t)
Afrikaans (relating to the Afrikaner people, their way of life, or their language)
Afrikansesa
(n)
Afrikaans (language)
Afrikanseyen
(n)
Afrikaner
Afrikayen
(n)
African (a native or inhabitant of Africa)
Amara
(n)
Amhara region
Amarali
(t)
Amharan
Amarasa
(n)
Amharic (language)
Amarayen
(n)
Amharan (person)
Amerika
(n)
America
Amerikali
(t)
North-American, South-American, American (of or relating to the Americas)
Amerikayen
(n)
North American, South American
Andora
(n)
Andorra
Angola
(n)
Angola
Angolali
(t)
Angolan
Angolayen
(n)
Angolan
Antartiko
(n)
Antarctic (region or ocean)
Antigwa ji Barbuda
(n)
Antigua and Barbuda
Arabi
(n)
Arabia, Arabian Peninsula
Arabili
(t)
Arabian
Arabisa
(n)
Arabic (language)
Arabiyen
(n)
Arab
Argentina
(n)
Argentina
Argentinali
(t)
Argentine, Argentinian
Argentinayen
(n)
Argentine, Argentinian
Artiko
(n)
Arctic (region or ocean)
Asia
(n)
Asia
Asiali
(t)
Asian
Asiayen
(n)
Asian
Asperger
(n)
Asperger (name)
Atlantiko
(n)
Atlantic (Ocean)
Awstrali
(n)
Australia
Awstralia
(n)
Australia (continent), Sahul
Awstralili
(t)
Australian
Awstraliyen
(n)
Australian
Azerbayjan
(n)
Azerbaijan
Azerbayjanli
(t)
Azerbaijani
Azerbayjansa
(n)
Azerbaijani (language), Azeri (language), Azeri Turkic
Azerbayjanyen
(n)
Azerbaijani (person), Azeri (person)
Bahama
(n)
the Bahamas
Bahamayen
(n)
Bahamian (person)
Bahari Antartiko
(n)
Antarctic Ocean
Bahari Artiko
(n)
Arctic Ocean, (the) Arctic
Bahari Atlantiko
(n)
Atlantic Ocean, (the) Atlantic
Bahari Hindiko
(n)
Indian Ocean, Indic Ocean
Bahari Pacifiko
(n)
Pacific Ocean, (the) Pacific
Bahrayn
(n)
Bahrain
Bahraynyen
(n)
Bahraini (person)
Bangla
(n)
Bengal (region)
Bangladexa
(n)
Bangladesh
Banglali
(t)
Bengali
Banglasa
(n)
Bengali (language)
Banglayen
(n)
Bengali
Barati
(n)
India
Baratili
(t)
Indian
Baratiyen
(n)
Indian
Barbado
(n)
Barbados
Barbadoyen
(n)
Barbadian (person), Bajan (person)
Belarus
(n)
Belarus
Belarussa
(n)
Belarusian (language)
Belaw
(n)
Palau
Belgi
(n)
Belgium
Belgili
(t)
Belgian
Belgiyen
(n)
Belgian
Belize
(n)
Belize
Belizeyen
(n)
Belizean (person)
Benin
(n)
Benin
Beninyen
(n)
Beninese (person)
Bolivi
(n)
Bolivia
Boro
(t)
Boro, Bodo (ethnolinguistic group in India)
Borosa
(n)
Boro, Bodo (language)
Boroyen
(n)
Boro, Bodo (person)
Bosna ji Hertsegovina
(n)
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Botswana
(n)
Botswana
Brazavilkongo
(n)
Republic of the Congo
Brazil
(n)
Brazil
Brazilli
(t)
Brazilian
Brazilyen
(n)
Brazilian
Briti
(n)
United Kingdom, UK, Britain
Britili
(t)
British
Britiyen
(n)
Brit
Brunay
(n)
Brunei
Buda
Buddha
Budaismo
(n)
Buddhism
Budaista
(n)
Buddhist
Budu
(n)
Mercury (planet)
Bulgari
(n)
Bulgaria
Bulgarisa
(n)
Bulgarian (language)
Bulgariyen
(n)
Bulgarian (person)
Burkina
(n)
Burkina Faso
Cadi
(n)
Chad
Cadili
(t)
Chadian
Cadiyen
(n)
Chadian
Centroafrika
(n)
Central African Republic
Cernagora
(n)
Montenegro
Cernagorali
(t)
Montenegrin
Cernagorasa
(n)
Montenegrin (language)
Cernagorayen
(n)
Montenegrin (person)
Ceski
(n)
Czech Republic, Czechia
Ceskili
(t)
Czech
Ceskisa
(n)
Czech (language)
Ceskiyen
(n)
Czech
Cile
(n)
Chile
Cileli
(t)
Chilean
Cileyen
(n)
Chilean
Cungwo
(n)
China
Cungwoli
(t)
Chinese
Cungwoyen
(n)
Chinese
Dani
(n)
Denmark
Danisa
(n)
Danish (language)
Daniyen
(n)
Dane
Dawn
(n)
Down (name)
Daybriti
(n)
Great Britain
Divehi
(n)
Maldives
Divehisa
(n)
Dhivehi, Divehi, Maldivian (language)
Dogra
(t)
Dogra (ethnolinguistic group in India and Pakistan)
Dograsa
(n)
Dogri (language)
Dograyen
(n)
Dogra (person)
Dominika
(n)
Dominica
Dominikana
(n)
Dominican Republic
Dongutimor
(n)
East Timor, Timor-Leste
Doyci
(n)
Germany
Doycili
(t)
German
Doycisa
(n)
Geman (language)
Doyciyen
(n)
German
Druki
(n)
Bhutan
Drukili
(t)
Bhutanese
Drukisa
(n)
Dzongkha, Bhutanese (language)
Drukiyen
(n)
Bhutanese (person)
Dunya
(n)
Earth
Dunyayen
(n)
Earthling, world citizen, terrestrial being
Ekwador
(n)
Ecuador
Ekwadorli
(t)
Ecuadorian
Ekwadoryen
(n)
Ecuadorian
Ekwatoragine
(n)
Equatorial Guinea
Elini
(n)
Greece
Elinili
(t)
Greek
Elinisa
(n)
Greek (language)
Eliniyen
(n)
Greek
Engli
(n)
England
Englili
(t)
English
Englisa
(n)
English (language)
Engliyen
(n)
Englishman, Englishwoman
Eritra
(n)
Eritrea
Eslovaki
(n)
Slovakia
Eslovakili
(t)
Slovak, Slovakian
Eslovakisa
(n)
Slovak (language), Slovakian (language)
Eslovakiyen
(n)
Slovak (person), Slovakian (person)
Esloveni
(n)
Slovenia
Eslovenili
(t)
Slovene, Slovenian
Eslovenisa
(n)
Slovene, Slovenian (language)
Esloveniyen
(n)
Slovene, Slovenian (person)
Espani
(n)
Spain
Espanili
(t)
Spanish
Espanisa
(n)
Spanish (language)
Espaniyen
(n)
Spaniard
Esrilanka
(n)
Sri Lanka
Esrilankali
(t)
Sri Lankan
Esrilankayen
(n)
Sri Lankan
Esti
(n)
Estonia
Estisa
(n)
Estonian (language)
Estiyen
(n)
Estonian (person)
Ewropa
(n)
Europe
Ewropali
(t)
European
Ewropayen
(n)
European
Exkiperi
(n)
Albania
Exkiperisa
(n)
Albanian (language)
Exkiperiyen
(n)
Albanian (person)
Eyre
(n)
Ireland
Eyresa
(n)
Irish (language)
Eyreyen
(n)
Irish (person)
Fiji
(n)
Fiji
Fijili
(t)
Fijian
Fijisa
(n)
Fijian (language)
Fijiyen
(n)
Fijian (person)
Franse
(n)
France
Franseli
(t)
French
Fransesa
(n)
French (language)
Franseyen
(n)
Frenchman, Frenchwoman
Gabon
(n)
Gabon
Gambi
(n)
The Gambia
Gana
(n)
Ghana
Ganali
(t)
Ghanaian, Ghanan
Ganayen
(n)
Ghanaian, Ghanan
Germani
(t)
Germanic
Gine
(n)
Guinea
Ginebisaw
(n)
Guinea-Bissau
Globasa
(n)
Globasa
Grenada
(n)
Grenada
Grenadali
(t)
Grenadian
Grenadayen
(n)
Grenadian
Gujarati
(n)
Gujarat (state in India)
Gujaratili
(t)
Gujarati
Gujaratisa
(n)
Gujarati (language)
Gujaratiyen
(n)
Gujarati (person)
Guyana
(n)
Guyana
Gwatemala
(n)
Guatemala
Gwatemalali
(t)
Guatemalan
Gwatemalayen
(n)
Guatemalan
Halowin
(n)
Halloween
Hangu
(n)
Korea
Hanguli
(t)
Korean
Hangusa
(n)
Korean (language)
Hanguyen
(n)
Korean
Haya
(n)
Armenia
Hayasa
(n)
Armenian (language)
Hayayen
(n)
Armenian (person)
Hayti
(n)
Haiti
Haywo
(n)
Neptune (planet)
Hervatska
(n)
Croatia
Hindi
(t)
Hindi
Hindiismo
(n)
Hinduism
Hindiko
(n)
Indian Ocean, Indic Ocean
Hindisa
(n)
Hindi (language)
Hindiyen
(n)
Hindi-speaking Indian
Holocen
(n)
Holocene
Hondura
(n)
Honduras
Hondurali
(t)
Honduran
Hondurayen
(n)
Honduran (person)
Imarati
(n)
United Arab Emirates, Emirates
Indonesi
(n)
Indonesia
Indonesili
(t)
Indonesian
Indonesisa
(n)
Indonesian (language)
Indonesiyen
(n)
Indonesian
Iraki
(n)
Iraq
Irakili
(t)
Iraqi
Irakiyen
(n)
Iraqi
Iran
(n)
Iran
Iranli
(t)
Iranian
Iranyen
(n)
Iranian
Iris
(n)
Iris (mythology)
Islami
(t)
Islamic, Muslim
Islamiya
(n)
Islam
Islamiyen
(n)
Muslim
Islandi
(n)
Iceland
Islandisa
(n)
Icelandic (language)
Islandiyen
(n)
Icelander
Israel
(n)
Israel
Itali
(n)
Italy
Italili
(t)
Italian
Italisa
(n)
Italian (language)
Italiyen
(n)
Italian
Ityopi
(n)
Ethiopia
Ityopili
(t)
Ethiopian
Ityopiyen
(n)
Ethiopian
Ivri
(t)
Hebrew
Ivrisa
(n)
Hebrew (language)
Ivriyen
(n)
Hebrew (people)
Jameyka
(n)
Jamaica
Jazair
(n)
Algeria
Jazairli
(t)
Algerian
Jazairyen
(n)
Algerian
Jibuti
(n)
Djibouti
Kabuverdi
(n)
Cabo Verde
Kamerun
(n)
Cameroon
Kamerunli
(t)
Cameroonian
Kamerunyen
(n)
Cameroonian
Kampuci
(n)
Cambodia
Kampucili
(t)
Cambodian
Kampucisa
(n)
Khmer, Cambodian (language)
Kampuciyen
(n)
Khmer, Cambodian
Kanada
(n)
Canada
Kanadali
(t)
Canadian
Kanadayen
(n)
Canadian
Karnataka
(n)
Karnataka (state in India)
Karnatakali
(t)
(of) Karnataka
Karnatakasa
(n)
Kannada (language)
Karnatakayen
(n)
Kannadiga, Kannadati (person)
Katar
(n)
Qatar
Katarli
(t)
Qatari
Kataryen
(n)
Qatari (person)
Kaxmir
(n)
Kashmir (region in the Indian subcontinent)
Kaxmirli
(t)
Kashmiri
Kaxmirsa
(n)
Kashmiri (language), Koshur
Kaxmiryen
(n)
Kashmiri (person)
Kazaki
(n)
Kazakhstan
Kazakili
(t)
Kazakh
Kazakisa
(n)
Kazakh (language)
Kazakiyen
(n)
Kazakh (person)
Kenya
(n)
Kenya
Kerala
(n)
Kerala (state in India)
Keralali
(t)
(of) Kerala
Keralasa
(n)
Malayalam (language)
Keralayen
(n)
Malayali, Malayalee, Keralite (person)
Kinsasakongo
(n)
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Kipros
(n)
Cyprus
Kiprosli
(t)
Cypriot
Kiprosyen
(n)
Cypriot (person)
Kirgizi
(n)
Kyrgyzstan
Kirgizisa
(n)
Kyrgyz (language)
Kirgiziyen
(n)
Kyrgyz (person)
Kiribati
(n)
Kiribati
Kiribatisa
(n)
Gilbertese (language)
Kolombi
(n)
Colombia
Kolombili
(t)
Colombian
Kolombiyen
(n)
Colombian (person)
Komori
(n)
Comoros
Komorili
(t)
Comorian
Komorisa
(n)
Comorian (language)
Komoriyen
(n)
Comorian (person)
Konkan
(n)
Konkan (western coastal region in India)
Konkanli
(t)
Konkani
Konkansa
(n)
Konkani (language)
Konkanyen
(n)
Konkani (person)
Kostarika
(n)
Costa Rica
Kostarikali
(t)
Costa Rican
Kostarikayen
(n)
Costa Rican (person)
Kotivwar
(n)
Côte d'Ivoire, Ivory Coast
Kristoismo
(n)
Christianity
Kristoista
(n)
Christian
Kuba
(n)
Cuba
Kuweyti
(n)
Kuwait
Latin
(t)
Latin
Latinsa
(n)
Latin (language)
Latinyen
(n)
Latina, Latino, Latin person
Latvi
(n)
Latvia
Latvisa
(n)
Latvian (language)
Latviyen
(n)
Latvian (person)
Lawi
(n)
Laos
Lawisa
(n)
Lao (language)
Lesutu
(n)
Lesotho
Liberi
(n)
Liberia
Libi
(n)
Libya
Libili
(t)
Libyan
Libiyen
(n)
Libyan (person)
Lihtenstayn
(n)
Liechtenstein
Lihtenstaynli
(t)
Liechtensteinian
Lihtenstaynyen
(n)
Liechtensteiner
Lubanon
(n)
Lebanon
Lubanonyen
(n)
Lebanese (person)
Luna
Earth's moon
Lutsemburgi
(n)
Luxembourg
Lutsemburgili
(t)
Luxembourgish, Luxembourgian
Lutsemburgisa
(n)
Luxembourgish (language)
Lutsemburgiyen
(n)
Luxembourger
Lyetuva
(n)
Lithuania
Lyetuvali
(t)
Lithuanian
Lyetuvasa
(n)
Lithuanian (language)
Lyetuvayen
(n)
Lithuanian (person)
Madagaskar
(n)
Madagascar
Magribi
(n)
Morocco
Magribili
(t)
Moroccan
Magribiyen
(n)
Moroccan
Magyar
(n)
Hungary
Magyarli
(t)
Hungarian
Magyarsa
(n)
Hungarian (language)
Magyaryen
(n)
Hungarian (person)
Maharaxtra
(n)
Maharashtra (state in India)
Maharaxtrali
(t)
Marathi
Maharaxtrasa
(n)
Marathi (language)
Maharaxtrayen
(n)
Marathi (person)
Majeli
(n)
Marshall Islands
Majelisa
(n)
Marshallese (language)
Makedoni
(n)
Macedonia
Makedonili
(t)
Macedonian
Makedonisa
(n)
Macedonian (language)
Makedoniyen
(n)
Macedonian (person)
Malawi
(n)
Malawi
Malawiyen
(n)
Malawian (person)
Malaysi
(n)
Malaysia
Malaysili
(t)
Malaysian
Malaysisa
(t)
Malaysian (language)
Malaysiyen
(n)
Malaysian (person)
Mali
(n)
Mali
Maliyen
(n)
Malian (person)
Malta
(n)
Malta
Maltasa
(n)
Maltese (language)
Maltayen
(n)
Maltese (person)
Manipur
(n)
Manipur (state in India)
Manipurli
(t)
Manipuri
Manipursa
(n)
Meitei, Manipuri, Meitheilon, Kathe (language)
Manipuryen
(n)
Meitei, Manipuri (person)
Marihi
(n)
Mars (planet)
Masri
(n)
Egypt
Masrili
(t)
Egyptian
Masrisa
(n)
Egyptian (language)
Masriyen
(n)
Egyptian
Mawris
(n)
Mauritius
Mawrisli
(t)
Mauritian
Mawrisyen
(n)
Mauritian (person)
Mexiko
(n)
Mexico
Mexikoli
(t)
Mexican
Mexikoyen
(n)
Mexican (person)
Mikronesi
(n)
Micronesia
Mingwan
(n)
Pluto (dwarf planet)
Mitila
(n)
Mithila, Tirhut, Tirabhukti (geographical and cultural region of the Indian subcontinent)
Mitilali
(t)
(of) Mithila
Mitilasa
(n)
Maithili (language)
Mitilayen
(n)
Maithil, Tirhutiya, Videha, Mithilawasi (person)
Moldova
(n)
Moldova
Moldovali
(t)
Moldovan
Moldovayen
(n)
Moldovan (person)
Monako
(n)
Monaco
Monakoyen
(n)
Monégasque, Monacan (people)
Mongoli
(n)
Mongolia
Mongolisa
(n)
Mongolian (language)
Mongoliyen
(n)
Mongolian (person)
Mozambiki
(n)
Mozambique
Muritani
(n)
Mauritania
Muxtari
(n)
Jupiter (planet)
Myanma
(n)
Myanmar
Myanmasa
(n)
Burmese (language)
Namibi
(n)
Namibia
Namibili
(t)
Namibian
Namibiyen
(n)
Namibian (person)
Narciso
(n)
Narcissus (name)
Natzi
(t)
Nazi
Natziismo
(n)
Nazism
Natziista
(n)
Nazi
Nauru
(n)
Nauru
Naurusa
(n)
Nauruan (language)
Nayjeri
(n)
Nigeria
Nayjerili
(t)
Nigerian
Nayjeriyen
(n)
Nigerian
Nederi
(n)
Netherlands
Nederili
(t)
Dutch
Nederisa
(n)
Dutch (language)
Nederiyen
(n)
Dutch
Neozelandi
(n)
New Zealand
Nepal
(n)
Nepal
Nijer
(n)
Niger
Nikaragwa
(n)
Nicaragua
Nipon
(n)
Japan
Niponsa
(n)
Japanese (language)
Norge
(n)
Norway
Norgesa
(n)
Norwegian (language)
Norgeyen
(n)
Norwegian (person)
Ohom
(n)
Assam (state in India)
Ohomli
(t)
Assamese
Ohomsa
(n)
Assamese (language)
Ohomyen
(n)
Assamese (person)
Oman
(n)
Oman
Orisa
(n)
Odisha, Orissa (state in India)
Orisali
(t)
(of) Odisha, (of) Orissa
Orisasa
(n)
Odia, Oriya
Orisayen
(n)
Odia, Oriya
Osteri
(n)
Austria
Osteriyen
(n)
Austrian (person)
Ozbeki
(n)
Uzbekistan
Ozbekili
(t)
Uzbek
Ozbekisa
(n)
Uzbek (language)
Ozbekiyen
(n)
Uzbek
Pacifiko
(n)
Pacific, Pacific Ocean
Paki
(n)
Pakistan
Pakili
(t)
Pakistani
Pakiyen
(n)
Pakistani (person)
Palestin
(n)
State of Palestine, Palestine
Panama
(n)
Panama
Panjabi
(n)
Punjab (region in South Asia)
Panjabili
(t)
Punjabi
Panjabisa
(n)
Punjabi (language)
Panjabiyen
(n)
Punjabi (person)
Papwa Neogini
(n)
Papua New Guinea
Paragway
(n)
Paraguay
Paragwayyen
(n)
Paraguayan (person)
Parsi
(n)
Persia
Parsili
(t)
Persian
Parsisa
(n)
Farsi, Persian (language)
Parsiyen
(n)
Persian
Peru
(n)
Peru
Peruli
(t)
Peruvian
Peruyen
(n)
Peruvian
Pilipina
(n)
Philippines
Pilipinali
(t)
Filipino
Pilipinasa
(n)
Filipino (language)
Pilipinayen
(n)
Filipino (person)
Polska
(n)
Poland
Polskali
(t)
Polish
Polskasa
(n)
Polish
Polskayen
(n)
Pole
Portugal
(n)
Portugal
Portugalsa
(n)
Portuguese (language)
Portugalyen
(n)
Portuguese (person)
Putunhwa
(n)
Mandarin (language)
Rumani
(n)
Romania
Rumanili
(t)
Romanian
Rumanisa
(n)
Romanian (language)
Rumaniyen
(n)
Romanian (person)
Rundi
(n)
Burundi
Rusi
(n)
Russia
Rusili
(t)
Russian
Rusisa
(n)
Russian (language)
Rusiyen
(n)
Russian (person)
Rwanda
(n)
Rwanda
Sakartwelo
(n)
Georgia (country)
Sakartwelosa
(n)
Georgian (language)
Sakartweloyen
(n)
Georgian (person)
Salomoni
(n)
Solomon Islands
Salvadori
(n)
El Salvador
Samoa
(n)
Samoa
Samoali
(t)
Samoan
Samoasa
(n)
Samoan (language)
Samoayen
(n)
Samoan (person)
San Kristofer ji Nevis
(n)
Saint Kitts and Nevis
San Lusia
(n)
Saint Lucia
San Marino
(n)
San Marino
San Tome ji Prinsipe
(n)
São Tomé and Príncipe
San Vinsent ji Grenadin
(n)
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Sanskritam
(n)
Sanskrit (language)
Santari
(n)
Santal, Santali (language)
Santo Biskopodom
(n)
Holy See
Santo Papa
(n)
pope
Sawdi
(n)
Saudi Arabia
Sawdili
(t)
Saudi, Saudi Arabian
Sawdiyen
(n)
Saudi, Saudi Arabian
Senegal
(n)
Senegal
Senegalli
(t)
Senegalese
Senegalyen
(n)
Senegalese (person)
Serbi
(n)
Serbia
Serbisa
(n)
Serbian (language)
Serbiyen
(n)
Serbian (person), Serb
Seycel
(n)
Seychelles
Sindi
(n)
Sindh (province in Pakistan)
Sindili
(t)
Sindhi
Sindisa
(n)
Sindhi (language)
Sindiyen
(n)
Sindhi (person)
Singapura
(n)
Singapore
Sinhala
(t)
Sinhalese, Singhalese
Sinhalasa
(n)
Sinhala, Sinhalese, Singhalese (language)
Sola
(n)
Sol, Sun (in our planetary system)
Somali
(n)
Somalia
Somalisa
(n)
Somali (language)
Sovyeti
(t)
Soviet
Sudan
(n)
Sudan
Sudeafrika
(n)
South Africa
Sudeafrikali
(t)
South African
Sudeafrikayen
(n)
South African
Sudehangu
(n)
South Korea
Sudesudan
(n)
South Sudan
Suri
(n)
Syria
Surinam
(n)
Suriname
Swahili
(t)
Swahili
Swahilisa
(n)
Swahili (language)
Swahiliyen
(n)
Swahili (person)
Swatini
(n)
Eswatini
Sweri
(n)
Sweden
Swerili
(t)
Swedish
Swerisa
(n)
Swedish (language)
Sweriyen
(n)
Swede
Switze
(n)
Switzerland
Switzeli
(t)
Swiss
Switzeyen
(n)
Swiss
Swomi
(n)
Finland
Swomili
(t)
Finnish
Swomisa
(n)
Finnish (language)
Swomiyen
(n)
Finn
Syeraleon
(n)
Sierra Leone
Tamil
(n)
Tamil Nadu (state in India)
Tamilli
(t)
Tamil
Tamilsa
(n)
Tamil (language)
Tamilyen
(n)
Tamil (person)
Tanzani
(n)
Tanzania
Tay
(n)
Thailand
Tayli
(t)
Thai
Taysa
(n)
Thai (language)
Taywan
(n)
Taiwan
Tayyen
(n)
Thai
Telugu
(t)
Telugu
Telugusa
(n)
Telugu (language)
Teluguyen
(n)
Telugu (people)
Tenwo
(n)
Uranus (planet)
Tobago
(n)
Tobago
Togo
(n)
Togo
Tojiki
(n)
Tajikistan
Tojikili
(t)
Tajik, Tajikistani
Tojikisa
(n)
Tajik (language), Tajiki
Tojikiyen
(n)
Tajik (person)
Tonga
(n)
Tonga
Tongali
(t)
Tongan
Tongasa
(n)
Tongan (language)
Tongayen
(n)
Tongan (person)
Trinidad
(n)
Trinidad
Trinidad ji Tobago
(n)
Trinidad and Tobago
Tunisi
(n)
Tunisia
Turki
(n)
Turkey, Türkiye
Turkili
(t)
Turkish
Turkisa
(n)
Turkish (language)
Turkiyen
(n)
Turk
Turkmeni
(n)
Turkmenistan
Turkmenili
(t)
Turkmen
Turkmenisa
(n)
Turkmen (language)
Turkmeniyen
(n)
Turkmen (person)
Tuvalu
(n)
Tuvalu
Tuvaluli
(t)
Tuvaluan
Tuvalusa
(n)
Tuvaluan (language)
Tuvaluyen
(n)
Tuvaluan (person)
Uganda
(n)
Uganda
Ugandali
(t)
Ugandan
Ugandayen
(n)
Ugandan
Ukraina
(n)
Ukraine
Ukrainali
(t)
Ukrainian
Ukrainasa
(n)
Ukrainian (language)
Ukrainayen
(n)
Ukrainian (person)
Urdu
(n)
Urdu (language)
Urdun
(n)
Jordan
Urugway
(n)
Uruguay
Usa
(n)
United States (of America), U.S.A., USA
Usali
(t)
American (of or relating to the USA)
Usayen
(n)
American (person from the USA)
Utarahangu
(n)
North Korea
Utaramakedoni
(n)
North Macedonia
Vanwatu
(n)
Vanuatu
Venezwela
(n)
Venezuela
Venezwelali
(t)
Venezuelan
Venezwelayen
(n)
Venezuelan
Vyetnam
(n)
Vietnam
Vyetnamli
(t)
Vietnamese
Vyetnamsa
(n)
Vietnamese (language)
Vyetnamyen
(n)
Vietnamese
Xani
(n)
Saturn (planet)
Xatan
Satan
Yehudi
(t)
Jewish
Yehudiismo
(n)
Judaism
Yehudiyen
(n)
Jew
Yemen
(n)
Yemen
Zambi
(n)
Zambia
Zambili
(t)
Zambian
Zambiyen
(n)
Zambian
Zimbabwe
(n)
Zimbabwe
Zimbabweli
(t)
Zimbabwean
Zimbabweyen
(n)
Zimbabwean
Zuhura
(n)
Venus (planet)
a
(il)
ah (denotes surprise or wonder)
abakus
(n)
abacus
abece
alphabet, ABCs; alphabetize
abil
able, capable, capably ; be able, can
abilya
(n)
ability, capacity, capability
abone
subscription; subscribe
abruto
(t)
abrupt, abruptly, sudden, suddenly, all of a sudden
abrutoya
(n)
suddenness, abruptness
absorbi
absorption; absorb
abyasa
rehearsal, practice; practice, rehearse
acidi
(n)
acid
acum
sneeze; sneeze
acumgi
make sneeze, cause to sneeze
adabu
(n)
politeness
adabupul
(t)
polite, politely
adasi
(n)
lentil
adate
adaptation; adapt
adhesi
adhesion; adhere, stick
adil
(t)
fair, fairly, just, justly
adilya
(n)
fairness, justice
admiral
(n)
admiral
adola
(n)
muscle
adopsi
adoption; adopt
adrenalin
(n)
adrenaline, epinephrine
adresu
address; address (mail)
adresulari
(n)
directory
afarin
applause; applaud, clap; well done, good job, bravo
afatu
(n)
disaster, catastrophe, calamity
agil
(t)
agile
agilya
(n)
agility
aham
comprehension, understanding; understand, comprehend; I see, understood
ahamible
(t)
understandable, comprehensible, intelligible; understandably, comprehensibly, intelligibly
ajabu
(t)
strange, strangely, weird, weirdly, odd, oddly, peculiar, pecularly
ajabuxey
(n)
peculiarity, oddity
ajabuya
(n)
strangeness, weirdness, oddness, peculiarity
ajabuyen
(n)
oddball, weirdo, crank, strange person
akademi
(n)
academy
akere
(n)
acre
akne
(n)
acne
aknemon
(n)
pustule, pimple, zit
akonto
(n)
account
akran
(n)
scorpion, Scorpiones
akrobati
(n)
acrobatics
akrobatiyen
(n)
acrobat
akse
(n)
axis
aksento
(n)
accent (sociolinguistics)
aksyon
action, activity; act, take action, behave
aksyonfil
(t)
active, actively, energetic, energetically
akxu
(n)
vice (moral)
albatros
(n)
albatross
alegori
(n)
allegory
alergi
(n)
allergy
alergili
(t)
allergic (caused by or relating to an allergy)
alergipul
(t)
allergic
alga
(n)
alga, algae
algoritma
(n)
algorithm
aligator
(n)
alligator
alim
instruction, teaching; teach, instruct
alimible
(t)
teacheable, amenable to instruction
alimli
(t)
instructional
alimlogi
(n)
pedagogy
alimlogili
(t)
pedagogic
alimne
(t)
instructive
alimxey
(n)
teaching, teachings
alimyen
(n)
teacher, instructor
aljebra
(n)
algebra
alkali
(n)
alkali
alkimi
(n)
alchemy
alkoba
(n)
alcove, recess, niche
alkohol
alcohol; alcoholize
almari
(n)
cabinet, cupboard
almasi
(n)
diamond
alo
other, another, different [see Correlatives]
alo kom
different from, differ from
alo-
other, different
alocu
change; change, become different, get changed
alodexa
(n)
abroad, foreign country
alodexali
(t)
foreign
aloe
(n)
aloe (vera)
aloete
(pn)
some other ones
alogi
change; alter, (cause to) change, make different
aloijen
disagreement; disagree
alojensifil
(t)
heterosexual
alokrasi
(n)
revolution (regime change)
alokwanti
(t)
a different quantity of, a different amount of
aloloka
(m)
elsewhere, somewhere else
alomaner
(m)
by another manner, by a different manner, in another manner, in a different manner
alomo
(m)
to a different degree
alonumer
(d)
a different number of
aloopsyon
(n)
alternative
alooto
(pn)
some other things
alopul
(t)
a different kind of, (in) another way, (in) a different way
alopul kom
(l)
unlike
aloseba
(m)
for another reason, for a different reason
alosu
(t)
somebody else's, someone else's
alote
(pn)
somebody else, someone else
aloto
(pn)
something else, another thing, a different thing
alowatu
(m)
at a different time, at another time
aloy
(n)
alloy
aloya
difference; differ, vary
aloyagi
distinction, differentiation; differentiate, distinguish
aloyagiible
(t)
distinguishable
alpaka
(n)
alpaca, Lama pacos
alucina
hallucination; hallucinate
aluminyum
(n)
aluminum, aluminium
am
(par)
imperative verb marker
amaro
(t)
bitter (taste)
amber
(n)
ambergris
ambisi
ambition; aspire (to)
ameba
(n)
amoeba
amen
(il)
amen
amerikyum
(n)
americium
ametisto
(n)
amethyst
amiku
(t)
deep, deeply, profound, profoundly
amikucu
deepen, become deep, become deeper
amikugi
deepen, make deep, make deeper
amikuje
(n)
depth
amino
(n)
amino, amine
amiru
commandment; command, order
amirufil
(t)
commanding, bossy, authorative
amiruli
(t)
imperative
amirupel
control
amonyako
(n)
ammonia
amperi
(n)
ampere, amp
ampula
(n)
ampoule, ampule, ampul
amusa
amusement, entertainment, fun; amuse, entertain
amusacu
fun; have fun
amusane
(t)
amusing, amusingly, entertaining, fun
amusaparke
(n)
amusement park
amusaxey
(n)
pastime
amusayen
(n)
entertainer
anakonda
(n)
anaconda, Eunectes
analisi
analysis; analyze
analisifil
(t)
analytical; analytically
analisili
(t)
analytic, analytical; analytically
analisiyen
(n)
analyst
ananas
(n)
pineapple
ananassui
(n)
pineappleade
anar
(n)
pomegranate
anco
(n)
reef
ancovi
(n)
anchovy, Engraulidae
anda
walk
andayen
(n)
walker
andesita
(n)
andesite
andin
(t)
stable, firm
anedota
anecdote
angam
(n)
limb
anima
animation, anime, cartoon; animate
anjen
(t)
safe, safely, secure, securely
anjengi
secure, save
anjengili
(t)
safety (of safety)
anjenkaxa
(n)
safe, safebox
anjenya
(n)
safety, security
anjil
(n)
gospel, divine message
anjilyen
(n)
angel
ankara
anchor
ansya
(n)
anxiety, worry
ansyafil
(t)
anxiety-prone, worrisome
ansyapul
(t)
anxious
antelope
(n)
antelope
antena
(n)
antenna (device), aerial
anti
(p)
against, versus
anti-
anti-
antiaksyon
counteraction; counteract
antidokya
antidote
antijento
fight against
antili
(t)
opposing; opposingly
antimonyum
(n)
antimony
antipul
(t)
contrary; contrarily
antivirusli
(t)
antiviral
antiya
opposition, objection; be against, oppose, counter, object (to), mind
antiyen
(n)
adversary, opponent
antru
(n)
intestine, bowel, guts
anwi
consolation, solace; comfort, console
anxi
implication, hint; imply, allude (to), hint (at), insinuate
aorta
(n)
aorta
apartamen
(n)
apartment, flat
apartamenlari
(n)
(apartment) complex
aplika
application; apply (bring or put into operation or practical use), be applicable (to)
aplikaible
(t)
applicable, appliable; applicably, appliably
aprikoti
(n)
apricot
aproba
approval; approve (of)
aprobado
(t)
approved
arcivo
archive; archivize
ardwazi
(n)
slate
are
(n)
pastor (male or female)
aresto
arrest; arrest, apprehend, take into custody
arestoamiru
(n)
(arrest) warrant
arestokamer
(n)
(prison) cell
argon
(n)
argon
arkitetur
(n)
architecture
arkiteturli
(t)
architectural
arkiteturyen
(n)
architect
arko
(n)
arc, arch, bow
armoni
(n)
harmony
armonipul
(t)
harmonious
arpa
(n)
harp
arpun
harpoon
arseniko
(n)
arsenic
arte
(n)
art
artedom
(n)
(art) studio
artefil
(t)
artistic (tendency towards art), artistically
arteli
(t)
art, artistic (relating to art), artistically
artexey
(n)
work of art
arteyen
(n)
artist
articoku
(n)
artichoke
artikel
(n)
article (grammar)
artro
(n)
joint
artroitis
(n)
arthritis
artroitisli
(t)
arthritic
asalu
(n)
honey
asan
(t)
easy, easily
asanxey
(n)
convenience
asanya
(n)
ease
asel
origin, source; originate
aselli
(t)
original (first, initial), originally, native, natively
aselpul
(t)
original; originally
asfalto
(n)
asphalt
asif
regret; regret, be sorry (about); sorry
asifpul
(t)
regretful; regretfully
asifpulya
(n)
regretfulness
askeri
(n)
army, infantry, troop
askerilari
(n)
infantry
askeritim
(n)
army
askeriyen
(n)
soldier
asman
(n)
sky
asmankolordo
(t)
sky blue
asosya
association; associate
asosyado
(t)
associated
asosyatim
(n)
association
aspini
(n)
pin
astama
(n)
asthma
astatin
(n)
astatine
astrato
(t)
abstract, abstractly
asuransu
(n)
insurance
ata
coming; come
atake
attack, charge
atakefil
(t)
aggressive
atakeyen
(n)
attacker
atex
fire; burn (be on fire, be consumed by fire, destroy with fire), light (with fire)
atexdom
(n)
fireplace
atexmon
(n)
flame
atinyum
(n)
actinium
ativo
(t)
active, actively
ativocu
become active
ativogi
(n)
activation; activate
atleti
(n)
athletics
atletiyen
(n)
athlete
atmosfer
(n)
atmosphere
ato
act, performance; act, play a role
atomu
(n)
atom
atomuli
(t)
atomic
atopupe
(n)
puppet, marionette
atoya
(n)
acting
atoyen
(n)
actor, actress
atre
parent
atreli
(t)
parental, parenting
atreya
(n)
parenthood, paternity
aventur
adventure
avokato
(n)
avocado
aw-
away
awbujo
kidnapping; kidnap, carry off, run away with
awcu
disappearance; disappear
awcudo
(t)
disappeared
awcudu
deprivation; take away, deprive (of)
awcudunenible
(t)
unalienable
awdio
(n)
audio
awfley
fly away
awglu
drink up
awidi
leave, go away, depart
awizin
relinquish, yield, give up, surrender
awjeti
elimination, deletion; throw out, throw away, eliminate, delete, discard
awmafu
pardon, let off the hook
awnormali
(t)
abnormal, abnormally
awpawbu
run away, flee
awpel
drive away
awresta
abandonment; abandon
awsenti
(t)
absent, away, gone
awsentiya
(n)
absence
awtenti
(t)
authentic, authentically, genuine, genuinely
awtentiya
(n)
authenticity
awti
(t)
autistic
awtiya
(n)
autism
awtiyen
(n)
autistic person
awto-
auto-, automatic
awtomati
(t)
automatic, automatically
awtorita
authority; authorize
awtoritafil
(t)
authoritarian; authoritarianly
awtoritaya
(n)
authorization
awvelosicu
hurry away, hurry off
awyam
eat up, eat away
awyao
biting away; bite away
awyongu
expenditure; spend, expend
axam
(n)
evening
axamli
(t)
evening (of the evening)
axamyam
dinner; eat dinner, have dinner
axke
tear (eye)
axolotle
(n)
axolotl
ay
(il)
ouch, ah (denotes pain or fear)
aya
(n)
letter a
ayay
scream, shout (in pain or fear); scream, yell, shout
ayna
mirror; mirror, reflect
aynaya
(n)
reflection (of light)
aynestaynyum
(n)
einsteinium
ayse
(n)
ice
aysejabal
(n)
iceberg
aysekrimu
(n)
ice cream
aysemon
(n)
piece of ice
aysepul
(t)
icy
azizu
(t)
dear, dearly
azizuyen
(n)
darling, beloved
babun
(n)
baboon, Papio
babur
(n)
tiger, Panthera tigris
bacilus
(n)
bacillus
badam
(n)
almond
badamgluxey
(n)
almond milk
bagala
(n)
mule, Equus mulus
bage
(artificially divided) part, portion, piece, section; cut (up), portion, allocate
bageli
(t)
(in) part
bagor
fence
bahari
(n)
sea, ocean
baharilogi
(n)
oceanography
bahariyen
(n)
sailor
bakugamon
(n)
backgammon
bala
(t)
strong, strongly
balagi
strengthen, make strong
balangu
(n)
grasshopper, locust, Caelifera
balaxey
(n)
(a) strength
balaya
(n)
strength
balde
(n)
bucket
balem
(n)
spear, lance
balena
(n)
whale, Cetacea
baleto
(n)
ballet
balgam
(n)
phlegm
balkon
(n)
balcony
balon
(n)
balloon
baluta
(n)
oak
bambu
(n)
bamboo
bamya
(n)
okra
ban
(d)
some, certain [see Correlatives]
banana
(n)
banana
bananadrevo
(n)
banana tree
bandera
(n)
flag, banner
banete
(pn)
some of them
banka
jar, can, tin
banko
bank
bankofil
(t)
frugal, thrifty
bankoyen
(n)
banker
bankwanti
(d)
some amount (of), some quantify (of), some, a bit (of)
banloka
(m)
somewhere
banmaner
(m)
somehow, by a certain manner, by some manner, in a certain manner, in some manner
banmo
(m)
to some degree, to a certain degree, somewhat, (a) bit, (a) little bit
bannumer
(d)
some number (of), a certain number (of), some, several, various, (a) few
banoto
(pn)
some things
banpul
(t)
some kind (of), a certain kind (of), in some way, in a certain way
banseba
(m)
for some reason, for a certain reason
bansu
(t)
somebody's, someone's
bante
(pn)
somebody, someone
banto
(pn)
something
banwatu
(m)
sometime (in the past or future), once upon a time, at some point (in time), eventually
banyo
bath; bathe
banyokamer
(n)
bathroom
banyokumax
(n)
towel
bao
(n)
bag
baraka
blessing; bless
barbekyu
barbecue, grill
bardi
cold; chill, make cold, cool (down), get cold, become cold
bardimosem
(n)
winter
bardipul
(t)
cold
barinjen
(n)
eggplant, aubergine, brinjal
barix
rain
barixkalya
(n)
drought
barixmon
(n)
raindrop
barku
(n)
lightning
baru
(n)
bear, Ursidae
baryum
(n)
barium
basa
language; communicate via language
basafilyen
(n)
language enthusiast, language lover, linguaphile
basali
(t)
linguistic, linguistically
basalogi
(n)
linguistics
basalogiyen
(n)
linguist
basalto
(n)
basalt
basatayti
translation, interpretation; translate, interpret
basataytiyen
(n)
translator, interpretor
basi
basis, base, foundation; base
basibol
(n)
baseball
basidom
(n)
base
basikal
(t)
baseless, baselessly, without base
basili
(t)
basic, fundamental; basically, fundamentally
basketo
(n)
basket
basketobol
(n)
basketball
bason
(n)
bassoon
bateri
(n)
bacteria
batiza
baptism; baptise
bawe
defense; defend
bawekal
(t)
defenseless, defenceless, vulnerable
bawlu
violence; violate
bawlukrasi
(n)
tyranny
bawlukrasiyen
(n)
tyrant
bawlupul
(t)
violent, violently
bax
(p)
under, beneath, below
bax asman
outdoors, in the open air, open-air
bax-
under-, sub-, vice-
baxasmanli
(t)
outdoor, open-air
baxbaharili
(t)
underwater, submarine
baxcu
get under, go under
baxgeoli
(t)
subterranean
baxgi
put under
baxjungwi
(n)
ensign, second lieutenant
baxli
(t)
lower, underlying
baxoreitis
(n)
mumps, parotits
baxplasi
subject
baxpresidiyen
(n)
vice president
baxwoju
support (from below)
baxya
underneath; be under, be underneath
baxyen
(n)
subordinate
bayti
(n)
byte
baytu
(n)
house
bazar
(n)
market, bazaar
be-
passive voice marker
beadresuyen
(n)
addressee
bebe
(n)
baby
befobi
fear
begoyonyen
(n)
employee
beharemusi
(t)
indispensable
belaka
(n)
raft
belo
(n)
hair, fur
belomon
(n)
single hair, strand of hair, strand of fur
belopul
(t)
hairy, furry
beltu
(n)
belt
belu
(n)
bel (unit)
belubiyen
(n)
loved one
bembi
constipation; constipate
bemedisyen
(n)
patient
bendaji
bandage, dressing; bandage, dress
bendu
(n)
tape, band, strip, strap, ribbon
benji
(n)
essence (intrinsic quality)
benjili
(t)
essential, inherent; essentially, inherently
benki
(n)
bench
benti
(n)
calf
benzol
(n)
benzene, benzole
beokomusi
(t)
must-see
beri
(n)
berry
berilyum
(n)
beryllium
berkelyum
(n)
berkelium
bete
(n)
son, daughter, child, children
betekal
(t)
childless
beton
(n)
concrete (material)
betula
(n)
birch (tree)
bexin
(n)
jury
bexorfobi
get scared (of)
beygel
(n)
bagel
beykon
(n)
bacon
beyongupul
(t)
useful
beze
(n)
bee, Anthophila
bezedom
(n)
apiary
bezekaxa
(n)
beehive
bezelari
(n)
swarm of bees
bezeyen
(n)
beekeeper
biber
(n)
beaver, Castor
bibi
honk
bija
seed; sow
bijamosem
(n)
spring
bimar
(t)
sick, ill
bimarcu
get sick, fall ill
bimarfil
(t)
sickly
bimarya
(n)
illness, disease
bimaryen
(n)
patient, sick person
bimaryendom
(n)
hospital
binan
refuge, shelter; give refuge, shelter
binandom
(n)
asylum, refuge
binanyen
(n)
refugee
binde
binding; tie, bind, fasten (together)
bindetul
(n)
buckle
bio
(n)
life (organisms)
biologi
(n)
biology
biologiyen
(n)
biologist
bioyen
(n)
life form, living organism, being
bira
(n)
beer
biradom
(n)
bar, pub, tavern; brewery
biradomyen
(n)
bartender
biskiti
(n)
cookie, biscuit
biskopo
(n)
bishop
bismuto
(n)
bismuth
bisnes
(n)
business
bisnesyen
(n)
businessman, businesswoman
bistar
(n)
bed
bisteki
(n)
steak, beafsteak
biti
(n)
bit (unit of information)
bitu
(n)
beet
bla
chat
blakjaku
(n)
blackjack
blogu
blog
bloki
blocking, obstruction, prevention; block, obstruct, prevent, avoid
blokiible
(t)
blockable, avoidable, preventable
blokinenible
(t)
unblockable, unavoidable, unpreventable, inevitable
blue
(t)
blue
blusa
(n)
blouse
bobo
(t)
dumb, dumbly, stupid, stupidly, fool
boboya
(n)
stupidity
boboyen
(n)
idiot
bocan
compensation; compensate
bocanli
(t)
compensatory
bofun
(n)
storm
bohay
persecution; persecute
boksi
boxing; box (combat sport)
bol
(n)
ball
bomba
bomb
bombaya
(n)
bombing
bon
(t)
good, well, fine, positive
bon-
good, eu-
bonata
welcome; be welcome
bonatagi
welcome
bonaxam
(n)
good evening
bondin
(il)
good day
bongibe
donation; donate
bonglu
toast; (drink a) toast; cheers
boninsanli
(t)
humane; humanely
boninsansim
(t)
humane; humanely
bonjiwa
welfare; live well, be well
bonjotay
(n)
well-being
bonkonedo
(t)
familiar
bonlexi
(n)
euphemism
bonmorcu
(n)
euthanasia
bonnoce
(il)
good night
bonnuru
(il)
good day
bonsoba
(n)
good morning
bonturi
(il)
bon voyage
bonxanse
(n)
(good) luck
bonxansepul
(t)
fortunate, fortunately, lucky, luckily
bonya
(n)
goodness
bonyam
(il)
bon appetit
bonyen
(n)
good person, good guy
boron
(n)
boron
borsuke
(n)
badger
bortokal
(n)
orange (fruit)
bortokaljusu
(n)
orange juice
bortokalsui
(n)
orangeade
boryum
(n)
bohrium
bota
(n)
boot
botela
(n)
bottle
bowlin
bowling; bowl
boykoti
boycott
boyle
boil
boyletora
(n)
boiler
boyletul
(n)
kettle
bozi
(n)
goat, Capra hircus
bozisa
bleat
brandi
(n)
brandy
brawa
(n)
swamp, marsh
brayle
(n)
braille
breyki
brake(s); brake
brila
shine
brilapul
(t)
shiny, brilliant, brilliantly
broda
(n)
beard
brokoli
(n)
broccoli
bromin
(n)
bromine
bronki
(n)
bronchus, bronchial tube
bronze
(n)
bronze
bronzeli
(t)
(made of) bronze
broxa
brush
bruno
(t)
brown
bucun
supplement
bucunli
(t)
supplementary; supplementarily
bududin
(n)
Wednesday
bufeti
(n)
buffet
buhar
steam
bujeto
budget
bujo
capture, catch
bujotul
(n)
trap
buka
opening; open
bukado
(t)
open; openly
bukaxey
(n)
(an) opening
bulbula
bubble
bulevar
(n)
boulevard
bum
explosion, blast; explode, detonate
bumabil
(t)
explosive, explosively
bumabilxey
(n)
explosive
bumbi
secretion; secrete
bumfil
(t)
explosive, explosively
bumgitul
(n)
detonator
bunman
grudge, resentment, indignation, rancor; resent, hold a grudge (against)
bur
(t)
bad, badly, evil, negative
bur-
bad
burcu
worsen, get worse, become worse
burdava
(n)
narcotic
burdoyday
abuse
burdoydayfil
(t)
abusive
burdoydayne
(t)
abusive
burgi
worsen, make worse
burinsanli
(t)
inhuman, inhumane, inhumanely
burinsansim
(t)
inhuman, inhumane, inhumanely
burito
(n)
burrito
burjumun
(n)
curse, hex
burlexi
swearword; swear, curse
burnasacu
stink, stench, reek
burnini
(n)
brat
burpala
babble
burroya
nightmare; have a nightmare, have nightmares
bursolo
(t)
lonely, lonesome
bursoti
(n)
noise
burtyan
(n)
stain, blemish
burxanse
(n)
bad luck
burxansepul
(t)
unfortunate, unfortunately
burya
(n)
evil, badness
buryen
(n)
villain, bad person, bad guy
bus
(n)
bus
busdom
(n)
(bus) station
busula
(n)
compass
buter
butter
buterpul
(t)
buttery
butersim
(t)
buttery
buton
button
buzaku
saliva; salivate
bwaw
(n)
dog, Canidae
bwawdom
(n)
dog kennel, doghouse
bwawsa
bark
byen
(n)
edge
byuro
(n)
bureau, agency
cabuke
whip
cakal
(n)
jackal
cakare
(n)
vertigo, dizziness
cakix
hammer
cakmake
(n)
flint, flintstone
caku
(n)
chalk
calun
(n)
wheel
calunkursi
(n)
wheel chair
calyo
(n)
vehicle
calyoli
(t)
vehicular
canal
(n)
channel, canal
candru
(n)
moon
cane
comb
canfen
(n)
ingredient
care
(num)
four
caredes
(num)
forty
caredesyum
(t)
fortieth
caregon
(n)
quadrilateral
careple
(t)
quadruple, fourfold
careyum
(t)
fourth
carme
charm, enchantment; charm, enchant
carmedo
(t)
charmed, enchanted
carmene
(t)
charming, enchanting
carmepul
(t)
charming, enchanting
cati
(n)
chest (anatomy)
catimaso
(n)
breast (meat)
cawdar
(n)
rye
cay
(n)
tea
cebula
(n)
onion
cel
(p)
to, for (denotes destination/goal, intention to attain); -wards
cel bax
(p)
under ("under to")
cel comen
aside, to the side
cel ex
(p)
out ("out to")
cel fronta
(p)
forward, forwards, ahead
cel in
(p)
into
cel infer
(p)
down
cel kapi
to the top
cel na
(jm)
in order to
cel peda
to the bottom
cel per
(p)
onto
cel ruke
(p)
backward, backwards
cel super
(p)
up
cel-
to
cele
goal, target, purpose; aim (at), target
celidi
access, reach, attain
celidiible
(t)
reachable, attainable, accessible
celki
(l)
so that, in order for
celul
cell (biology)
celvoka
invoke, call forth
celvokaible
(t)
invocable, which may be invoked
cemento
(n)
cement
cen
(num)
(one) hundred
cengon
(n)
hectogon, hecatontagon, 100-gon
cengu
(n)
layer
cennyan
(n)
century
cenple
(t)
centuple, hundredfold
censu
(t)
mature, maturely
censucu
(become) mature
centi
(num)
1 × 10^-2, one hundredth of, percent of
centimetro
(n)
centimeter, centimetre
centro
center, centre
centroli
(t)
central, centrally
cenyum
(t)
hundredth
ceramika
(n)
ceramic
ceri
(n)
cherry
ceryum
(n)
cerium
cesyum
(n)
caesium
ci
(par)
denotes endearment or affection
cibo
(n)
fat
cibopul
(t)
fat
cidra
(n)
cider, apple wine
cilindro
(n)
cylinder
cilindroli
(t)
cylindrical
cimpanze
(n)
chimpanzee, Pan troglodytes
cincila
(n)
chinchilla
cindan
diagnosis; diagnose
cine
(n)
chin
cinju
(n)
pearl
cinon
(n)
intelligence
cinonpul
(t)
intelligent, smart; intelligently, smartly
cipen
deception, deceit; deceive, cheat (on somebody)
cipenkal
(t)
honest, honestly, sincere, sincerely, frank, frankly
cipenkalya
(n)
honesty, sincerity
cipenpul
(t)
dishonest
cipenpulya
(n)
dishonesty
cirkus
(n)
circus
cis
(p)
on this side of
ciscu
get on this side of, come to this side of
cisgi
put on this side of, bring on this side of
cisjensili
(t)
cisgender
cisli
(t)
of this side, cisgender
cisya
this side; be on this side (of)
cita
(n)
cheetah
cokolate
(n)
chocolate
cokolateli
(t)
(of) chocolate
colo
(t)
ugly
colo-
ugly
coloeskri
scribble
colosoti
(n)
noise
comen
(n)
side
conce
(n)
beak
cori
theft; steal
coriyen
(n)
thief
cosan
praise, compliment, admire
cosanlaye
(t)
commendable, laudable, praiseworthy
cosanyen
(n)
flatterer
cote
(t)
short, low
cotebahari
(n)
low tide
coteya
(n)
shortness
coteyen
(n)
short person
coxo
mockery, ridicule, derision; mock, ridicule, deride, scoff, sneer
cucu
(n)
nipple
cudu
acquisition, gain; obtain, acquire, take, get, gain
cuduible
(t)
available, obtainable
cufam
offense, offend
cufamdo
(t)
offended
cufamfil
(t)
offensive
cufampul
(t)
offensive
cugaku
(n)
antenna (biology), feeler
cuki
(n)
cycle
cukili
(t)
cyclical; cyclically
cundotu
collision; collide, impact, crash
curuko
bruise, contusion
cuyo
(t)
main, mainly, primary, primarily, principal, chief, chiefly
cuyoanjilyen
(n)
archangel
cuyoato
star (acting), be starring
cuyoato fal
(jm)
starring
cuyoatoyen
(n)
star (actor), protagonist
cuyodolo
(n)
main street
cuyoxaher
(n)
capital (city)
cuyoyam
(n)
main course, main dish
cuyoyawxe
(n)
master key
cwenton
(n)
tradition
cyan
(t)
cyan
da
(pn)
(relative pronoun) he, she, it, they
dabihu
sacrifice, offering; sacrifice
dabihuli
(t)
sacrificial
dadal
achievement, accomplishment; reach, achieve, accomplish
dadalible
(t)
attainable, achievable, accessible
dadu
(n)
die, dice
dahabu
(n)
gold
dahabukolordo
(t)
gold, golden (color)
dahabuli
(t)
golden, (of) gold
dahun
(n)
leaf, sheet
daif
(t)
weak, weakly
daifxey
(n)
(a) weakness
daifya
(n)
weakness
daju
(t)
approximate, approximately, around, about, rough, roughly
dajuya
approximation, estimate; approximate, estimate
dalu
shield
dalutul
(n)
shield
dama
(n)
checkers, draughts
dambi
sin
dambipul
(t)
sinful
dambo
(t)
thin, thinly
damboyen
(n)
thin person
damu
blood
damuli burtyan
bloodstain
danglan
(n)
(praying) mantis
danse
dance
dansedom
(n)
dance studio, dance club
dansekamer
(n)
ballroom, dance room
danseyen
(n)
dancer
danyam
(n)
grain, cereal, corn
dao
path, way; travel
daoismo
(n)
Taoism
daoista
(n)
Taoist
daoya
(n)
trip
daoyen
(n)
traveler
daraje
(n)
degree, grade, level
darajeli
(t)
gradual, gradually
darbe
strike, blow; hit, strike, beat
darcini
(n)
cinnamon
dari
(n)
digit (finger or toe)
darmestatyum
(n)
darmstadtium
darsu
(n)
lesson, class
darsukamer
(n)
classroom
darsulari
(n)
course, class
data
(n)
datum, data
datasayfa
(n)
spreadsheet
dava
(n)
drug
davadukan
(n)
pharmacy, drugstore, chemist
day
(t)
big, large, great, major, greatly
day-
big, large, much, loud
dayajabu
(t)
bizarre
dayatre
(n)
grandparent
daybahari
(n)
ocean
daybala
(t)
mighty
daybardipul
(t)
freezing
daybarix
downpour; pour, be pouring
daybawlupul
(t)
brutal, brutally
daybaytu
(n)
mansion
daybon
(t)
excellent, great, awesome, fantastic
daybur
(t)
awful, terrible, evil
daycolo
(t)
hideous, hideously
dayday
(t)
enormous, enormously, gigantic, gigantically, huge, hugely
daydaymo
(m)
extremely
daydenkwanti
(t)
so much
daydenmo
(m)
so, such, how
daydenmo multi
so many, so much
daydennumer
(t)
so many
daydolo
(n)
road, highway, freeway
daygeo
(n)
continent
dayhazuni
(t)
inconsolable
dayhox
(t)
ecstatic, blissful
dayhoxya
(n)
ecstacy, bliss
dayible
(t)
probable, probably, likely
dayje
(n)
size
daykabaca
(n)
pumpkin
daykano
(n)
trunk (tree)
daykarar
determine, be determined to
daykargux
(n)
hare
daykotor
(t)
filthy
daykotorya
(n)
filth
daykowa
(n)
might
daykwanti
(n)
abundance
daykwantipul
(t)
abundant, plentiful
daylama
(t)
ancient
daylil
(t)
tiny
dayloga
exclaim, cry (out)
daylubi
adoration; adore
daylubilaye
(t)
adorable
daymama
(n)
grandma, nanna, nana
daymatre
(n)
grandmother
daymeli
(t)
gorgeous
daymo
(m)
greatly, very, really, highly
daymuhim
(t)
essential, crucial, critical, imperative, gravely important, greatly important, (of) grave importance, (of) great importance
daynakun
claw
dayneo
(t)
brand new
daypala
yell, scream, shout
daypamtul
(n)
cannon
daypanda
(n)
panda, giant panda, panda bear, Ailuropoda
daypapa
(n)
grandpa, granddad, gramps
daypatre
(n)
grandfather
daypawbu
sprint
daypeti
beg
daypetra
(n)
boulder
dayra
(n)
circle
dayrapul
(t)
circular, round
daysoksu
(n)
stocking
daysoti
(n)
noise, loud sound, bang
daytermopul
(t)
hot, scorching
dayvento
gust
daywatumon
(n)
era, epoch
dayxaher
(n)
metropolis
dayxerafu
(n)
glory
dayya
(n)
bigness, largeness, greatness
de
(p)
of, belonging (to), (equivalent to) -'s (genitive case)
debate
debate; debate
debatemon
argument, point; argue
deci
(num)
1 × 10^-1, one tenth of
decibelu
(n)
decibel, dB
decimetro
(n)
decimeter, decimetre
deha
(n)
village
deklara
declaration, statement; declare, state, claim
deklaradoku
(n)
declaration (official document), manifesto
dekora
decoration, ornament; decorate
deleza
slide, glide, slip
deli
(t)
belonging
deliryum
(n)
delirium
delusi
delusion
demo
(n)
(the) public, (a) people, peoples, population
demoje
(n)
population (size)
demokrasi
(n)
democracy
demokrasili
(t)
democratic
demoli
(t)
public, publicly
demoni
(n)
demon
den
(d)
that, those, the [see Correlatives]
denete
(pn)
those ones
denkwanti
(d)
that amount of, that quantity of, that much of
denloka
(m)
there
denloka hu
(m)
subordinate clause: where, wherever
denlokali
(t)
local, locally
denmaner
(m)
like that, like so, by that manner, in that manner
denmaner hu
(l)
like, in the way that
denmo
(m)
as, to that degree, that
denmo multi
(t)
so many, so much
denmo... kom...
(m)
as... as...
dennumer
(d)
that number of, that many
denoto
(pn)
those (things), those ones
denpul
(t)
like that, like so, (in) that way, thus, such
denpul kom
(l)
as, such as, like
denseba
(m)
for that reason
denseba hu
(m)
subordinate clause: why, how come
densu
that one's
denta
(n)
tooth
dentabroxa
(n)
toothbrush
dentakrema
(n)
toothpaste
dentali
(t)
dental
dentamedis
(n)
dentistry
dentamedisyen
(n)
dentist
dente
(pn)
that, that one, that being, that person
dento
(pn)
that, that one, that thing
denwatu
(m)
then (at that time)
denwatu hu
(l)
subordinate clause: when, whenever
denya
identity; identify
departamen
(n)
department
depresi
depression; depress
des
(num)
ten
des care
(num)
fourteen
des dua
(num)
twelve
des lima
(num)
fifteen
des nue
(num)
nineteen
des oco
(num)
eighteen
des sabe
(num)
seventeen
des sisa
(num)
sixteen
des tiga
(num)
thirteen
des un
(num)
eleven
descaregon
(n)
tetradecagon, tetrakaidecagon, 14-gon
descareple
(t)
quattuordecuple, fourteenfold
descareyum
(t)
fourteenth
desduagon
(n)
dodecagon, 12-gon
desduaple
(t)
duodecuple, twelvefold
desduayum
(t)
twelveth
deslimagon
(n)
pentadecagon, pentakaidecagon, 15-gon
deslimaple
(t)
quindecuple, fifteenfold
deslimayum
(t)
fifteenth
desnuegon
(n)
enneadecagon, enneakaidecagon, nonadecagon, 19-gon
desnueple
(t)
novemdecuple, nineteenfold
desnueyum
(t)
nineteenth
desnyan
(n)
decade
desocogon
(n)
octadecagon, octakaidecagon, 18-gon
desocople
(t)
octodecuple, eighteenfold
desocoyum
(t)
eighteenth
desple
(t)
decuple, tenfold
dessabegon
(n)
heptadecagon, 17-gon
dessabeple
(t)
septendecuple, seventeenfold
dessabeyum
(t)
seventeenth
dessisagon
(n)
hexadecagon, hexakaidecagon, 16-gon
dessisaple
(t)
sexdecuple, sixteenfold
dessisayum
(t)
sixteenth
destigagon
(n)
tridecagon, triskaidecagon, 13-gon
destigaple
(t)
tredecuple, thirteenfold
destigayum
(t)
thirteenth
destrui
destruction; destroy
destruifil
(t)
destructive, destructively
desungon
(n)
undecagon, hendecagon, endecagon, 11-gon
desunple
(t)
undecuple, hendecuple, elevenfold
desunyum
(t)
eleventh
desyum
(t)
tenth
detale
detail
dexa
(n)
country
dexabyen
(n)
border
dexakef
(n)
head of state, prime minister
dexayen
(n)
citizen
deya
belong (to)
deylyu
convection; convect
deysi
(n)
daisy, Leucanthemum
di
(par)
(optional) proper noun marker
digita
(n)
digit
digitali
(t)
digital, digitally
dildo
(n)
dildo
din
(n)
day
dinamita
(n)
dynamite
dingya
definition, determination; define, determine
dini
(n)
religion
dinidom
(n)
church, temple
dinifil
(t)
religious, religiously inclined
dinili
(t)
religious (of or relating to religion)
dinosor
(n)
dinosaur
diplomasi
(n)
diplomacy
diplomasiyen
(n)
diplomat
dis-
dis-
disbage
division, partition; divide (up), share (out), portion (out)
disbija
dissemination; disseminate
discu
dispersion; disperse, spread
diseno
design
disenoyen
(n)
designer
disgi
dispersion; disperse, spread
disgibe
distribute
dishadya
share
disko
(n)
disc, disk
diskrimina
discrimination; discriminate (against)
diskusi
discussion; discuss
disordenu
confusion, disorder; confuse, disorder, disarrange
disprosyum
(n)
dysprosium
distrito
(n)
district
divar
(n)
wall
dixan
(n)
floor
doduku
(n)
morality
dodukuli
(t)
moral (of or relating to morality)
dodukupul
(t)
moral
doku
(n)
document, file
dokujem
monopoly; monopolize
dokya
poison, venom
dokyapul
(t)
poisonous, toxic
dolar
(n)
dollar
dolfin
(n)
dolphin
dolo
(n)
street, road
dom
(n)
place
domaku
(n)
artery
domeni
(n)
domain, field (of study, knowledge)
donatu
(n)
doughnut, donut
dongu
(n)
east
donguli
(t)
eastern
dongwi
agreement, accord, deal, consent; agree (to a suggestion, etc.), consent
dongwigi
convince, persuade
donji
(n)
pupil (anatomy)
donmen
alliance; ally (become allied with)
donmenyen
(n)
ally
dopamin
(n)
dopamine
doste
(n)
friend
doste ci
(n)
buddy, pal
dostecu
become friends
dostefil
(t)
friendly (“friend-prone”)
dostesim
(t)
friendly (“friend-like”)
dosteya
(n)
friendship
dotor
(n)
doctor (PhD), physician
doxo
reading; read
doxoabil
(t)
literate
doxoabilya
(n)
literacy
doxodo
(t)
read
doxoible
(t)
legible
doxokamer
(n)
reading room
doxolaye
(t)
worth reading, readworthy
doxonenabil
(t)
illiterate
doxonenible
(t)
illegible
doxoyen
(n)
reader
doyan
(t)
diverse, diversely, various, variously
doyanya
(n)
diversity, variety
doyday
treatment; treat
dragon
(n)
dragon
dragonfruta
(n)
dragon fruit, pitaya
drama
(n)
drama
drevo
(n)
tree
drevolari
(n)
forest, woods
drumu
(n)
drum (music)
du-
continuous (aspect), habitual (aspect), gerund
dua
(num)
two
dua giga
(num)
two billion
dua kilo
(num)
two thousand
dua mega
(num)
two million
dua tera
(num)
two trillion
dua-
bi-
duabasali
(t)
bilingual
duabasayen
(n)
bilingual speaker
duabioyen
(n)
amphibian
duacalun
(n)
bicycle
duacen
(num)
two hundred
duades
(num)
twenty
duadesgon
(n)
icosagon, 20-gon
duadesple
(t)
vigintuple, twentyfold
duadesyum
(t)
twentieth
duagon
(n)
digon
duajensifil
(t)
bisexual
duajensifilya
(n)
bisexuality
duaple
(t)
double, twofold
duaxey
(n)
duo, couple, pair
duayen
(n)
duo, couple, pair
duayum
(t)
second, secondly
dubnyum
(n)
dubnium
dubomba
(n)
bombing
dudan
smoke, fume; smoke
dudoxo
(n)
reading (act of)
dukan
(n)
store, shop
duke
(n)
duke, duchess
dumbu
(n)
posterior, buttocks, butt, hindquarters, heinie, bottom, pygo-
dumbumon
(n)
butt cheek
duna
(n)
dune
dupul
(m)
continuative aspect
dur
(p)
during, for
dur moywatu
forever
dur na
while (+ -ing)
dur total
throughout
dur-
during
dure
duration; last, continue, go on
dureabil
(t)
durable
duregi
continue, keep (on), maintain
durepul
(t)
continuous, continuously
durki
(l)
while
duxe
shower
dwarfu
(n)
dwarf (mythology)
dwer
(n)
door
dyabetes
(n)
diabetes
dyabol
(n)
devil
dyabolli
(t)
diabolical, diabolically
dyabolsim
(t)
diabolic, diabolical, diabolically, devilish
dyer
(t)
late
dyerya
(n)
lateness, tardiness
dyeta
diet; (follow a) diet
dyetalogiyen
(n)
dietitian
dyex
(n)
plate, dish
dyorita
(n)
diorite
dyuca
investigation; investigate
dyucayen
(n)
investigator, detective
e
(il)
hmm, uh, um
efelidi
(n)
freckle
efeto
effect, impact; affect
efetobon
(t)
effective, effectively
egal
(t)
equal, equally, even, evenly
egaljacipul
(t)
equivalent
egalwajen
balance, equilibrium; balance
egalya
(n)
equality
egalyali
(t)
egalitarian
egalyayen
(n)
egalitarian
eger
(l)
if
eger no
(l)
if not, otherwise
eger si
(l)
if so
ehtiram
respect; respect
ehtiramfil
(t)
respectful
ejakula
ejaculation; ejaculate
ejakulaxey
(n)
semen, ejaculate
eko-
eco-
ekologi
(n)
ecology
ekonomi
(n)
economy
ekonomili
(t)
economic
ekonomilogi
(n)
economics
ekonomilogiyen
(n)
economist
ekosistema
(n)
ecosystem
ekrin
(n)
screen (TV, phone)
eksame
exam, test
ekwatora
(n)
equator
ekwatorali
(t)
equatorial
el
(p)
direct object marker (restricted use)
elasti
(t)
elastic
elefan
(n)
elephant
eletri
(n)
electricity
eletrili
(t)
electric, electrical, electrically
eletron
(n)
electron
eletroni
(t)
electronic
eletroniya
(n)
electronics
elfu
(n)
elf
elipse
(n)
ellipse
em
(il)
hmm, uh, um
emoji
(n)
emoji
emu
(n)
emu, Dromaius
enciklopedi
(n)
encyclopedia
encilada
(n)
enchilada
energi
(n)
energy
energikaxa
(n)
battery
energipul
(t)
energetic, energetically
enfasis
emphasis, stress, accent (phonology); emphasize, stress
enfasisdo
(t)
emphasized
enfasispul
(t)
emphatic, emphatically
enfeksi
infection; infect
engyan
nutrition, nourishment; nourish
engyanpul
(t)
nutritious
enketa
survey, questionnaire, inquiry; inquire
ente
(n)
(inanimate) agent
enzima
(n)
enzyme
epilepsi
(n)
epilepsy
erbyum
(n)
erbium
ergo
work, labor, job; work
ergodom
(n)
workplace, place of work
ergofil
(t)
diligent, diligently, hard-working
ergokal
(t)
unemployed
ergokalya
(n)
unemployment
ergoli asosyatim
(n)
union, labor union, trade union
ergomon
(n)
task
ergotim
(n)
staff, personnel, crew
ergoxey
(n)
job, employment, occupation
ergoyen
(n)
worker, employee
esey
(n)
essay
esfer
(n)
sphere
eskan
(digital) scan
eskandal
scandal; make a scandal
eskandyum
(n)
scandium
eskaso
(t)
scarce, scarcely, barely, hardly
eskasoya
(n)
shortage, scarcity, lack
eskela
(n)
scale
eskeleto
(n)
skeleton
eskeyti
skating; skate
eski
skiing; ski
eskirti
(n)
skirt
eskizofreni
(n)
schizophrenia
eskol
school; school, educate
eskoldo
(t)
educated, scholarly, erudite, learned
eskoldoku
(n)
diploma, degree
eskolkef
(n)
schoolmaster, principal, rector
eskolya
(n)
education
eskri
write
eskrido
(t)
written
eskritul
(n)
writing utensil
eskriyen
(n)
writer, author
eskultur
sculpture; sculpt
eskunku
(n)
skunk, Mephitidae
esloti
(n)
sloth, Folivora
eslovi
(t)
Slavic
espageti
(n)
spaghetti
esparago
(n)
asparagus
especifi
(t)
specific, specifically, particular, particularly
espesyal
(t)
special, especially, particular, particularly
espetrum
(n)
spectrum, range, gamut
espinaka
(n)
spinach
espiral
spiral, helix; twist
esponji
(n)
sponge
esportu
(n)
sport
esprey
spray, atomize, nebulize
espringu
(n)
spring (device)
esraru
insistence, persistence; insist, persist
establi
establish, determine, settle, set up, found
establido
(t)
established, set
estandar
standard, default; standardize
estano
(n)
tin
estare
(n)
star
estatisti
(n)
statistics
estato
(n)
state, province
estatus
(n)
status
estay
stand, be standing
estayli
(t)
vertical, vertically
estigma
(n)
stigma
estilo
(n)
style
estimula
stimulus, motivation; stimulate, motivate
esto
stop (come or bring to a stop), halt (come or bring to a halt), cease
estodo
(t)
stopped
estodom
(n)
(bus) stop
estovu
(n)
stove
estrategi
(n)
strategy
estres
stress; stress (out)
estrimi
(live)stream (internet)
estroberi
(n)
strawberry
estrontyum
(n)
strontium
estrutur
structure
estudi
study
estudiyen
(n)
student
etatu
obedience; obey
etatufil
(t)
obedient
ete
(pn)
they, them (animate, personified objects)
etesu
their
etesu ete
theirs (those beings belonging to those beings)
etesu oto
theirs (those things belonging to those beings)
etesu te
theirs (that being which belongs to those beings)
etesu to
theirs (that thing belonging to those beings)
etika
(n)
ethics
etiraf
confession; confess, admit
etno
(n)
ethnicity, ethnic group
etnotim
(n)
ethnic group, ethnicity
evolu
evolution, development; evolve, develop
evoluli teori
(n)
theory of evolution
ewkalitus
(n)
eucalyptus
ewreka
discovery, find, finding; discover, find
ewropyum
(n)
europium
ex
(p)
out, outside (of)
ex-
ex-, extra-, out
exbao
take out of bag
excu
get out
exdexagi
exile
exdunyayen
(n)
alien, extraterrestrial
exergocu
resignation; resign, quit
exergogi
fire, oust
exfon
(n)
speaker(s)
exgi
take out
exhawa
blow (air)
exidi
exit, leave, go out
exizin
release, let out
exjeksi
draw
exkludi
exclusion, omission; exclude, omit
exkopi
download
exku
(romantic) love, romance
exkungan
(n)
(outer) space
exkuyen
(n)
lover
exli
(t)
exterior, external
exnafasu
exhalation; exhale
exnasyonli
(t)
foreign
expel
expel
expesa
expense, expenditure; spend
exporta
export
exxaher
(n)
suburb
exya
(the) outside, exterior; be out (of), be outside (of)
eya
(n)
letter e
fabrika
manufacture
fabrikadom
(n)
factory, plant
fabula
(n)
fable
fadila
(n)
virtue
fahex
(t)
vulgar, crude, uncourth, obscene
fahuri
(t)
proud
fahuriya
(n)
pride
faksi
fax
faku
fuck, shag, (have) sex (vulgar)
fal
(p)
(done) by
fale
deed, act; do, does, make, perform
falelexi
(n)
verb
falezi
(n)
cliff
falso
(t)
FALSE
falsoxey
(n)
falsehood
falya
be (done) by
famil
(n)
family
familname
(n)
last name
familyen
(n)
relative, family member
fan
(n)
fan
fantasi
(n)
fantasy
fantasisim
(t)
fantastic, fantastically
faradi
(n)
farad
faraon
(n)
pharaoh
farina
(n)
flour
farxu
(n)
carpet
fase
(n)
phase, stage
fasi
(t)
fascist
fasidu
(t)
rotten
fasiismo
(n)
fascism
fasiista
(n)
fascist
fasul
(n)
bean
fatmin
invention; invent
fatmindoku
(n)
patent
fato
(n)
fact
fatoli
(t)
actual, actually, factual
fatura
(n)
invoice, bill, check
fayda
benefit (be helpful or useful to)
faylu
file
fe
(p)
at (time or place), in (time), for (for the first time, etc.), of (relating to, number, quantity, amount)
fe alo kaso
otherwise, or else
fe alo lexi
in other words
fe alo loga
in other words
fe aresto
under arrest, in custody
fe asel
originally
fe asif
regretfully, unfortunately
fe basi
basically, fundamentally
fe basi fe
on the basis of
fe baxya
underneath
fe benji
in essense, basically
fe bonxanse
luckily, fortunately
fe byen de
at the edge of
fe centro
in the center, in the middle
fe centro de
amid, in the middle of
fe comen
on the side
fe comen de
(p)
beside, next to
fe den kaso
in that case, then
fe espesyalya
in particular, particularly, especially
fe exkludi fe
excluding
fe exya
outside, without
fe exya de
outside of
fe fato
(m)
in fact, actually, de facto
fe fini
(m)
finally, eventually
fe folo
therefore, consequently, so, thus, then
fe folo ki
(l)
(such) that
fe folya
alongside, accordingly
fe fronta
in front, ahead
fe fronta de
(p)
in front of
fe gwaho
by the way
fe hataya
even so, however, nevertheless, nonetheless, in spite of that, yet
fe hataya fe
(p)
in spite of, despite
fe hataya ki
(l)
(even) though, although, despite the fact that
fe hin kaso
in this case
fe infer
(m)
(down) below, (down) under
fe inkludi fe
including
fe intrewatu
in the meantime, meanwhile
fe intreya
in between
fe inya
inside, within
fe inya de
within, inside of
fe jadin
supposedly
fe kapi
on top
fe kapi de
(p)
on top of
fe kaso fe
in case of
fe kolyo ki
considering that, whereas
fe kompara fe
(p)
in comparison with, compared to, versus
fe kompara ki
(l)
whereas
fe kosa fe
(p)
because of, due to
fe kosa ki
(l)
because, since
fe leja watu
lately
fe leya
in the past, prior
fe lutuf
please
fe maxusya
besides (phrase initial)
fe midiya
in the middle
fe midiya de
amid, in the middle of
fe minusya
except for that (phrase initial)
fe misal
for example, for instance
fe misu bage
for my part
fe misu ijen
in my opinion
fe moy kaso
in any case, at any rate, anyway, anyways
fe muka
across, face to face
fe muka de
across from
fe nunya
at present, presently, now
fe oko de
before, in the eyes of
fe okur fe
in case of, in the event of
fe onxala
hopefully
fe oposya
on the contrary
fe oposya de
(p)
opposite, contrary to, against (positioned)
fe peda
at the bottom
fe peda de
(p)
at the bottom of
fe perya
on top
fe porya
(in) exchange
fe preferi kom
rather than
fe ruke
in the back
fe ruke de
(p)
behind, in back of
fe sesu bage
for one's part
fe super
(m)
(up) above
fe tayti
instead
fe tayti fe
instead (of), in place of, rather (than)
fe tayti ki
(l)
instead of (+ sentence)
fe tema fe
with regards to
fe totalya
in total, in all
fe ultraya
beyond
fe xaya
in the future, afterwards, later (on)
fe xugwan
usually, typically
fe xukra
thankfully
federa
(n)
federation
federali
(t)
federal
fefu
(n)
lung
fefuitis
(n)
pneumonitis, pneumonia
feka
feces, shit; defecate, shit
fekali
(t)
fecal
fem
(t)
female, feminine
fem-
female
fembete
(n)
daughter
fembwaw
(n)
bitch, dam (female dog)
femdoste
(n)
girlfriend, lady friend, girl friend, female friend
femgami
(n)
wife
femgwafu
(n)
widow
femhirxa
(n)
hind, doe
femixu
(n)
woman
femkuzin
(n)
(female) cousin
femlilbete
(n)
granddaughter
femmeme
(n)
ewe
femmumu
(n)
cow
femnepoti
(n)
niece
femnini
(n)
girl
fempoemayen
(n)
poetess
femsenyor
(n)
lady, ma'am, Mrs.
femsim
(t)
effeminate
femsodar
(n)
sister
femte
(pn)
she
femteo
(n)
goddess
femtie
(n)
aunt
femuma
(n)
mare, female horse
femwangu
(n)
queen
femya
(n)
femininity
femyen
(n)
female, woman, lady, gal, girl
fenix
(n)
phoenix
fenjan
(n)
cup, mug
fenomen
(n)
phenomenon, phenomena
fereto
(n)
ferret, Mustela furo
fermenta
ferment
fermyum
(n)
fermium
ferne
(n)
fern
fetixi
fetish, fetishism; fetishize
feya
be (at), be located (in), be found (in), be situated (in)
fibra
(n)
(dietary) fiber
fida
(n)
silver
fidali
(t)
(of) silver, made of silver
figura
shape, figure; shape
fikir
thought; think
fikiryen
(n)
thinker
fiksa
fix, affix, attach
fikso
(n)
affix
fiksolexi
(n)
affixed word
fiksyon
fiction; make up, fabricate
fil
(t)
inclined (to), prone (to), tending (to, towards)
filamen
(n)
filament, fiber
filme
film, movie; film
filmedom
(n)
movie theater, cinema
filmetul
(n)
camera, movie camera, film camera
filtro
filter
filya
inclination, tendency; tend (to)
fin-
come to the end, arrive at the end
finfe
(p)
until (+ noun), to (xorfe... finfe...)
finfe nunya
so far, until now
fini
end, conclusion; finish, end, finalize, (be) done (with), conclude
finido
(t)
finished, over
finikal
(t)
endless, eternal
finili
(t)
last, lastly, final, finally
finki
(l)
until (+ sentence)
finsabedin
(n)
weekend
finsen
end up being, turn out to be, prove
firaru
escape
firma
(n)
company, firm, corporation
fisika
(n)
physics
fisyo
(n)
physiology, bodily functioning
fixin
(n)
phishing
fleksi
bend, flex
fleksiabil
(t)
flexible
fleksiabilya
(n)
flexibility
fleksiible
(t)
bendable
fleksiibleya
(n)
flexibility
flerovyum
(n)
flerovyum
fley
flight; fly
fleyabil
(t)
able to fly, fledged
fleysinjabu
(n)
flying squirrel, Pteromyini
fleytora
(n)
airplane, aeroplane
fleytul
(n)
wing
flota
flotation; float
fluorin
(n)
fluorine
flura
flower; bloom, blossom
flurakabiji
(n)
cauliflower
flurali
(t)
floral
flutu
(n)
flute
fobi
fear; frighten, scare
fobido
(t)
frightened, scared
fobifil
(t)
fear-prone
fobine
(t)
scary, frightening, feared
fobipul
(t)
afraid, fearful
fokma
(n)
seal (animal)
fokus
focus, concentration; focus, concentrate
fol
(p)
according to, along, alongside (of), by, for (according to), the more/less
fol-
according to
folcu
get alongside (of)
folder
(n)
folder
folfatoli
(t)
objective, objectively
folgi
put alongside (of)
folijenli
(t)
subjective, subjectively
folki
(l)
the more, the less
folklor
(n)
folklore
folli
(t)
alongside
folnormali
(t)
normal, normally
folo
follow
foloyen
(n)
follower
folpasa
pass by
folya
be along
fon
(n)
-phone, sound tool
fono
(n)
speech sound
fori
(t)
immediate, immediately
fori xaki
as soon as (“immediately after”)
forke
(n)
fork
forma
form
formato
(n)
format
formu
form (document)
forum
(n)
forum
fosforo
(n)
phosphorus
fosil
(n)
fossil
foto
photo, photograph, picture; photograph, take pictures
fototul
(n)
camera
fransyum
(n)
francium
fron-
forward, forwards
frongi
promotion, advancement; promote, foster, further, advance
fronidi
advance, advancement; advance, proceed
fronkadam
progress
fronkumax
(n)
apron
fronpel
push forward
fronta
(n)
forehead, front
fruta
(n)
fruit
fubay
corruption; corrupt, become corrupt
fubaydo
(t)
corrupt, corrupted
fubu
(n)
abdomen, belly, gut
fukuza
(t)
complicated, complex
fukuzagi
complication; complicate
fukuzaxey
(n)
complication
fukuzaya
(n)
complexity
fuladi
(n)
steel
fumbun
(n)
rumor
funci
satire; satirize
funjin
(n)
rubella
funsu
(n)
fountain
funsyon
work, function, be in operating condition, run, operate
furaha
enjoyment, pleasure; enjoy, take pleasure (in)
furno
oven; bake
fustan
(n)
dress (garment)
futbol
(n)
American football
futi
(n)
foot (unit)
futru
(n)
mushroom
fyordo
(n)
fjord
gadibu
(t)
angry, angrily
gadibucu
get angry
gadibugi
anger, make angry
gadibuya
(n)
anger
gadolinyum
(n)
gadolinium
gaga
stutter, stammer
galaksi
(n)
galaxy
galaksili
(t)
galactic, galactically
galon
(n)
gallon
galyum
(n)
gallium
gambari
(n)
shrimp, prawn
gamel
(n)
camel
gami
(n)
spouse, husband, wife; v.ambi.p marry
gami-
-in-law, in-law
gamiatre
(n)
in-laws
gamibete
(n)
daughter-in-law, son-in-law
gamicu
wedding; get married, marry
gamido
(t)
married
gamiduayen
(n)
couple, spouses, husband and wife
gamigi
(cause to) marry
gamikal
(t)
single
gamikalyen
(n)
bachelor, bachelorette
gamisodar
(n)
brother-in-law, sister-in-law
gamiya
(n)
marriage, spousehood
gancaw
(n)
licorice, liquorice
ganci
perception, sense; perceive
gandum
(n)
wheat
ganjon
emotion, feeling, sentiment; feel
ganjoncu
feel (emotionally feel a particular way)
ganmoku
(n)
bush, shrub
gansa
(n)
goose
gante
(n)
glove
ganxopu
interference, intervention; interfere, intervene
ganzo
(n)
liver
ganzoitis
(n)
hepatitis
gao
(t)
tall, high
gaobahari
(n)
high tide
gaoje
(n)
height
gaoya
(n)
tallness
gapsipe
gossip
garaku
drown, sink
garanti
guarantee, warranty; guarantee
gardan
(n)
neck
gardi
protection; guard, protect
gardiyen
(n)
protector, guard
garebi
(n)
west
garebili
(t)
west, western
garu
scratch
gas
(n)
gas
gasolin
(n)
gasoline, gas, petrol
gawlu
(n)
throat
gawni
(n)
gown, robe
gazeta
(n)
newspaper
gebo
(n)
arm
geko
(n)
gecko
general
(n)
general (officer)
generasi
(n)
generation
geni
(n)
gene
geno
(n)
root
genolexi
(n)
root word
geo
(n)
land, ground
geografi
(n)
geography
geologi
(n)
geology
geometri
(n)
geometry
geomon
(n)
plot (of land), field
geotreme
(n)
earthquake
gepu
burp, belch, eructation
ger
(par)
would (conditional mood marker)
ger abil
could, would be able
ger preferi
(jm)
(would) rather
germanyum
(n)
germanium
gibatu
backbite, badmouth, slander, libel, calumny, defame
gibe
giving; give, grant, award
gida
guide
gidayen
(n)
guide
giga
(num)
billion, one billion
gigagon
(n)
gigagon, 1,000,000,000-gon
giganyan
(n)
gigayear
gile
(t)
wet
gimnasti
(n)
gymnastics
gimnastiyen
(n)
gymnast
gindu
(n)
longitude
gingiva
(n)
gums, gingiva
girbilo
sieve, strainer, colander, sifter, cribble, sile; sift, strain
girehe
knot
gitara
(n)
guitar
gitarayen
(n)
guitarist, guitar player
gitay
expectation, anticipation; expect, anticipate
glandu
(n)
gland, adeno-
glasu
(n)
glass (drinking), cup
globa
(n)
world
globabasa
(n)
world language, international language, worldlang
glu
drink
gluible
(t)
drinkable, potable
glunenible
(t)
undrinkable
gluten
(n)
gluten
gluxey
(n)
beverage, drink
godo
(t)
excessive, too much, too many
godojaldi
(t)
premature, prematurely
godomo
(m)
too (excessively)
gol
goal (soccer, football), score, touchdown; score
golfu
(n)
golf
golmon
(n)
point (scoring unit)
gongaw
announcement, proclamation; announce, proclaim
gongin
supply, provision; provide, supply
gono
(n)
angle, corner
gorila
(n)
gorilla
gowan
(n)
testicle, testis, testes, balls
goyon
employment, hiring; employ, hire
goyonyen
(n)
employer
goyu
pit, hole; dig, excavate
goyutul
(n)
shovel
goyuya
(n)
excavation
grafi
recording, record; record
grafiti
(n)
grafitti
grafito
(n)
graphite
grahana
(n)
eclipse
gramati
(n)
grammar
gramatili
(t)
grammatical
gramo
(n)
gram
graneda
(n)
grenade
granito
(n)
granite
gras
(n)
grass
grasgeo
(n)
grassland, meadow
grava
(n)
gravel
grey
(n)
gray (unit)
grupo
(n)
group
gubangu
(n)
beetle, Coleoptera
gubar
(n)
dust
gubarpul
(t)
dusty
gude
tickle
gufa
(n)
cave, cavern
guje
fracture (become fractured or cause to fracture)
gujedo
(t)
fractured
gulam
(n)
slave
gulamya
(n)
slavery
gulun
roll (get rolled or cause to roll)
gumbo
(n)
stick, rod, club, bar, stake
gungu
(n)
bow (weapon)
gupan
(n)
pelvis
guti
(n)
solid
guton
pain, ache; ache, hurt (feel or give pain)
guxi
(t)
obsolete, archaic, outdated, old-fashioned
guzruf
(n)
cartilage, gristle
gwaba
(n)
guava
gwafu
(n)
widow, widower
gwafuya
(n)
widowhood
gwaho
(n)
parenthesis, parentheses
gwakamole
(n)
guacamole
gwancan
(n)
plaza, (town) square
gwanxi
relationship; relate (to), concern, involve, have to do with
ha
(il)
ha (denotes surprise, laughter, etc.)
haberi
(n)
news
haberitim
(n)
press
haberiyen
(n)
journalist
hadidu
(n)
iron
hadu
(n)
cheek
hadya
gift, present; give as present
hafnyum
(n)
hafnium
haha
laugh, laughter; laugh
hahagi
make laugh, cause to laugh
hahagine
(t)
ridiculous
haja
necessity, need, want; need
hajado
(t)
needed, necessary
hajapul
(t)
needy
haji
(m)
still, yet
hajul
(t)
shy, bashful, timid, coy
haki
right; have the right (to)
hala
solution; solve
halapenyo
(n)
jalapeño
halazun
(n)
snail
haleluya
(n)
hallelujah
haliju
(n)
gulf
halke
(n)
ring
halu
(n)
circumstance
halulari
(n)
situation
hamaka
(n)
hammock
hambo
(n)
ham
hamburger
(n)
hamburger, burger
hamile
(t)
pregnant
hamilecu
get pregnant, become pregnant
hamileya
(n)
pregnancy
hamir
(n)
dough
hamuster
(n)
hamster, Cricetinae
hanjer
dagger; stab
hanman
(t)
slow, slowly
hanta
hand; handle, hold (with hands)
hantageno
(n)
wrist
hantapamtul
(n)
handgun, pistol
hantatul
(n)
handle
har
(p)
with (having)
har-
with (having)
harabu
ruin, waste, wreck, spoil; desolate, devastate
hardal
(n)
mustard
hare
have
haregi
provide with, cause to have, get
hareible
(t)
available
harepulya
(n)
wealth
hariri
(n)
silk
harita
map
haritalari
(n)
atlas
harizin
may, have permission (to)
harka
move, motion, movement; move
harkakal
(t)
still, motionless
harufi
letter (alphabet); spell
harufiya
(n)
spelling
harxaf
(n)
scale (of fish, reptile)
harya
be with (having)
haseda
envy
hasyum
(n)
hassium
hata
(m)
even, yet
hata un
(jm)
even one, a single
hatari
danger; endanger, put in danger, be in danger
hatarido
(t)
endangered
hataripul
(t)
dangerous
hataya
(n)
See fe hataya, fe hataya fe, fe hataya ki
haul
(n)
wolf, Canis lupus
haulsa
howl
havun
(n)
mortar (pounding vessel)
havungumbo
(n)
pestle
hawa
(n)
air
hawa-
aero-, air-
hawanavi
(n)
aircraft
hawanavidom
(n)
airport
hawanavitim
(n)
airline
hawanaviya
(n)
aeronautics
hawanaviyen
(n)
pilot, aeronaut
haxi
(n)
chopstick, chopsticks
hay
there is, there are
hayzi
menstruation, period; menstruate
hazam
digestion; digest
hazina
(n)
treasure
hazuni
(t)
sad, sadly
hazuniya
(n)
sadness
he
(par)
emphatic correlative particle, any, ever, at all [see Correlatives]
he alo
(d)
any other
he aloloka
(m)
anywhere else
he alosu
anybody else's, anyone else's
he alote
(pn)
anybody else, anyone else
he aloto
(pn)
any other thing, anything else
he ban
(d)
any
he bankwanti
(t)
any amount of, any quantity of
he banloka
(m)
anywhere, wherever
he banmo
(m)
to any degree
he banpul
(t)
any kind of, in any way
he bansu
anybody's, anyone's
he bante
(pn)
anybody, anyone, whoever
he banto
(pn)
anything, whichever
he banwatu
(m)
ever, whenever
he den
(d)
that specific
he dento
(pn)
specifically that thing
he hin
(d)
this specific
he hinto
(pn)
specifically this thing
he ke
(d)
whichever
he kete
(pn)
whoever, who ever
he keto
(pn)
whatever, what ever
he moy
(d)
every and any
he moyto
(pn)
everything and anything
he nil
(d)
no (... at all)
he nilto
(pn)
not any, not a single one
he sama
(d)
the same exact
he samato
(pn)
the same exact thing
hedro
(n)
geometric face, -hedron
hegemoni
hegemony
helmeto
(n)
helmet, casque
helyum
(n)
helium
henci
dedication; dedicate (publishing)
henri
(n)
henry (unit)
herba
(n)
herb
hero
(n)
hero, heroine
heroina
(n)
heroin
herzi
(n)
hertz
hesabu
count, calculation; count, calculate
hewan
(n)
animal
hewandom
(n)
zoo
hewandomyen
(n)
zookeeper
hewanlogi
(n)
zoology
hewanmedis
(n)
veterinary medicine
hewanmedisyen
(n)
veterinarian
hey
(il)
hey
hidrogen
(n)
hydrogen
hifazi
hold, keep, save, store, retain, maintain
hijera
migration; migrate
hikaye
story, narrative; narrate, relate, recount
hikayeyen
(n)
story teller, storyteller, narrator
hiku
hiccup, singultus
hilal
(n)
crescent (moon/shape)
hilu
(n)
heel
hin
(d)
this, these, the [see Correlatives]
hinete
(pn)
these ones
hinkwanti
(d)
this amount of, this quantity of, this much of
hinloka
(m)
here
hinlokali
(t)
local, locally
hinmaner
(m)
like this, like so, by this manner, in this manner, thus
hinmo
(m)
to this degree, this, yay, yea
hinnumer
(d)
this number of, this many of
hinoto
(pn)
these (things), these ones
hinpul
(t)
like this, like so, (in) this way, thus, such
hinseba
(m)
for this reason
hinsu
this one's
hinte
(pn)
this, this one, this being, this person
hinto
(pn)
this, this one, this thing
hinwatu
(m)
now (as opposed to “then")
hipopotam
(n)
hippo, hippopotamus
hipotesis
hypothesis; hypothesize
hipu
(n)
hip (anatomy)
hirxa
(n)
deer, Cervidae
hirxamaso
(n)
venison
hisi
(physical) feeling, sensation; feel
hisicu
feel (physically feel a particular way)
histori
(n)
history
historiyen
(n)
historian
hobi
(n)
hobby
hoki
(n)
hockey
hole
(n)
sheath, sleeve, shell, casing, holster, holder
holmyum
(n)
holmium
homa
(n)
fever
honcay
(n)
iris
hongu
hole, cavity; bore
hor
snore
hormona
(n)
hormone
hospital
(n)
hospital
hosu
(n)
lake
hotel
(n)
hotel
hox
(t)
happy, happily, joyful, joyfully
hoxcu
get happy, become happy, get glad, become glad
hoxinlyo
(n)
spice
hoxya
(n)
happiness, joy
hoy
(p)
toward, towards (in the direction of)
hoy-
toward, towards (in the direction of)
hoyo
direction, orientation; orient
hoyya
be toward, be towards
hu
(l)
modifying clause marker: who, which, that
hu da
(pn)
subordinate clause: who, whom, which, that
hu dasu
subordinate clause: whose, of whom, of which
hufax
(n)
bat (animal), Chiroptera
huhu
(n)
owl, Strigiformes
huhusa
hoot
hukimu
judgment; judge
hukimudom
(n)
courthouse, court (of law), tribunal
hukimutim
(n)
tribunal, court of law
hukimuyen
(n)
judge
humor
humor; joke
humorpul
(t)
humorous, humorously, funny
humorxey
(n)
joke
hunfun
excitement, arousal, stimulation, agitation; excite, arouse, stimulate, agitate
hura
(il)
hooray, hurrah, hoorah, yay, woo-hoo
hurma
(n)
date (fruit)
huru
(t)
free (with liberty)
hurugi
liberation, release; liberate, free, release
huruya
(n)
liberty, freedom
huruyen
(n)
freeman, freewoman, freedman, freedwoman, free person
hwam
yawn, oscitation; yawn, oscitate
hwandun
(n)
brass
hwanjin
(n)
environment, ambience, ambiance
hwegay
remorse; repent, feel remorse (for)
hwepi
avoidance, evasion; avoid, evade, dodge
hwese
(t)
gray, grey
hyanatu
treason, betrayal; betray, commit treason
hyara
(n)
cucumber
hyena
(n)
hyena
hyerarki
(n)
hierarchy
ibada
worship
ibadadom
(n)
church, temple, sanctuary, shrine
ibadayen
(n)
worshipper, worshiper
ibe
(n)
letter b
ible
(t)
possible, possibly, maybe, perhaps, might, potential, potentially
ibleya
(n)
possibility, likelihood, probability
ice
(n)
letter c
ide
(n)
letter d
ideal
(t)
ideal, ideally
idey
(n)
idea
idi
go
idol
idol; idolize
ife
(n)
letter f
ige
(n)
letter g
ihe
(n)
letter h
ihtilas
embezzlement; embezzle
ije
(n)
letter j
ijen
opinion, position; opine
iji
(m)
both (both... and...)
ikaw
dependence; depend (on), rely (on)
ikawkal
(t)
independent
ikawkalya
(n)
independence
ikawyen
(n)
(a) dependent (person)
ike
(n)
letter k
ikoni
(n)
(computer) icon
ikono
(n)
(religious) icon, (popular) icon
iksir
(n)
potion, elixir
ile
(n)
letter l
ilhamu
inspiration; inspire
ilusi
illusion; illude
imaje
image, picture; imagine
imajeya
(n)
imagination
imanu
belief; believe
imanuible
(t)
credible, credibly, believable, believably
imanunenible
(t)
incredible, incredibly, unbelievable, unbelievably
imanuyen
(n)
believer
ime
(n)
letter m
imi
(pn)
we, us
imi am
(jm)
let's
imisu
our
imisu ete
ours (those beings belonging to us)
imisu oto
ours (those things belonging to us)
imisu te
ours (that being belonging to us)
imisu to
ours (that thing belonging to us)
imperi
(n)
empire
in
(p)
in, inside of, within
in-
in-
inama
bow (down), reverence, curtsey
inbao
bag (put inside a bag)
inci
(n)
inch
incu
enter, get in
industri
(n)
industry
indyum
(n)
indium
ine
(n)
letter n
inergogi
hire
infarto
(n)
infarction, infarct
infer
(n)
short for infraya: inferiority, belowness
influenza
(n)
flu, influenza, grippe
infon
(n)
microphone
informe
information; inform
informeli
(t)
informational
informene
(t)
informative
informeyen
(n)
informant, informer
infra
(p)
below
infra-
infra-, hypo-, under-
infragi
oppression, subjugation; oppress, subdue, put below, lower
infraidi
descend, go down
infrajeti
throw down
infrali
(t)
inferior
infrapel
oppression, pushing down; push down, oppress
infrapelyen
(n)
oppressor
infraroso
(t)
infrared
infratermo
(n)
hypothermia
infraxanse
(n)
disadvantage
infraya
belowness, inferiority; be below
ingay
which should, which ought (to); should, ought (to)
ingi
enter, put in, insert
ingida
introduction; introduce
inhare
content; contain
inidi
entry; enter, access, go in
inididom
(n)
entrance
inidiible
(t)
accessible
inizin
admission, admittance, access; let in, allow in, admit
injeksi
injection, shot, jab; inject
injeneri
engineering; engineer
injeneriya
(n)
engineering
injeneriyen
(n)
engineer
injir
(n)
fig
inkludi
inclusion; include, involve, entail
inkopi
upload
inku
(n)
ink
inli
(t)
interior, internal
inlide
induction; induce
inmemori
memorization; memorize
innafasu
inhalation; inhale
inpesa
(n)
income
inplasi
put in, put inside, deposit, introduce
inplasidom
(n)
depository, depositary
inporta
import
insan
(n)
human (being), people
insanlari
(n)
humanity
insanli
(t)
human
insanlogi
(n)
anthropology
insanlogiyen
(n)
anthropologist
insulin
(n)
insulin
interes
interest
interesdo
(t)
(be) interested
interesne
(t)
interesting
interviu
interview
intihal
plagiarism; plagiarize
intikam
revenge, vengeance; take revenge (on)
intizar
wait; await, wait (for)
intona
intonation, inflection; intone, inflect
intre
(p)
between, among
intre aloto
among other things
intre-
inter-, between
intreaksyon
interaction; interact
intrediskusi
dialogue, dialog
intrelala
(n)
interlude
intreli
(t)
in-between, inbetween
intreloga
interjection; interject
intrelogalexi
(n)
interjection
intrenasyonli
(t)
international, internationally
intrepala
conversation; converse
intreya
in-betweenness; be between
inturan
burial; bury
invasi
invasion; invade
invita
invitation; invite
inxo
impress
inya
(n)
inside; be in, be inside, be inside of
inyo
quote, quotation, citation; quote, cite
ipe
(n)
letter p
ire
(n)
letter r
iridyum
(n)
iridium
irisplanta
(n)
iris (plant)
ironi
(n)
irony
irsal
send
irsalyen
(n)
sender
ise
(n)
letter s
ishal
diarrhea
istismar
exploit, take advantage (of)
istruksi
instructions; give instructions, instruct
istruksili
(t)
instructional, instructionally
istyare
(n)
metaphor, trope, figure of speech
isula
(n)
island
ite
(n)
letter t
iteham
accusation, charge; accuse, charge
itehamdo
(t)
charged, accused
iterbyum
(n)
ytterbium
itis
inflammation; inflame
itryum
(n)
yttrium
ituka
(n)
brick
ive
(n)
letter v
iwe
(n)
letter w
ixara
sign, signal, indication; signal, indicate, point (to), sign (language)
ixe
(n)
letter x
ixgalu
occupation; occupy
ixgaludo
(t)
busy, occupied, taken
ixgalukal
(t)
available, vacant, unoccupied
ixgalupul
(t)
busy
ixgaluyen
(n)
occupant
ixi
consciousness, awareness; be aware of, be conscious of
ixikal
(t)
unconscious, unconsciously
ixipul
(t)
conscious, aware
ixu
(n)
man, woman, adult
iya
(n)
letter i
iye
(n)
letter y
ize
(n)
letter z
izin
permission; allow, let, permit
ja
(par)
immediately adjacent
jabal
(n)
mountain
jaballari
(n)
mountain range
jabare
(n)
jaw
jaci
value, worth; be worth, have value
jacigi
appreciation, validation, recognition, acknowledgement; value, appreciate, validate, recognize, acknowledge
jacipul
(t)
valuable
jacipulxey
(n)
valuables
jadin
assumption; assume, suppose
jadindo
(t)
supposed, assumed
jage
(t)
awake
jagecu
awakening; awaken, wake up
jagegi
awaken, wake, wake up
jagwar
(n)
jaguar, Panthera onca
jahanom
(n)
hell
jaketa
(n)
jacket
jaku
(n)
knave, jack (playing cards)
jakulyeli
(t)
adrenal, suprarenal
jaldi
(t)
early
jale
(have) just
jaledin
(n)
yesterday
jaleli
(t)
last, (the) former, (the) most recent, most recently
jali
(t)
adjacent
jalo
(t)
yellow
jaluka
(n)
leech, Hirudinea
jame
(t)
frozen
jamegi
freeze
janatu
(n)
heaven
jandan
(t)
simple, simply
jandanya
(n)
simplicity
janela
(n)
window
jange
(n)
war
jangemon
(n)
battle
jangetim
(n)
military, armed forces
janin
(n)
fetus, embryo
janu
knee; kneel
jara
(n)
neighbor
jaradom
(n)
neighborhood
jarden
(n)
garden
jardenya
(n)
gardening
jaribi
experiment, trial; experiment, try (on), try (out)
jaror
(n)
drawer
jaru
broom; sweep
jasusi
espionage; spy (on)
jasusiyen
(n)
spy
jawabu
answer, reply, response; answer, reply, respond
jawgu
care; care (for), take care (of)
jawgudom
(n)
daycare, daycare center, daycare facility
jawgupul
(t)
careful, carefully
jawheri
(n)
jewel, gem
jawherilari
(n)
jewelry, jewellery
jaxa
(be) about (to)
jaxadin
(n)
tomorrow
jaxali
(t)
next, (the) following, (and) then
jaxne
celebration, observance; celebrate, observe
jaxnedin
(n)
holiday
jayeza
prize, award; award
jaymu
debt; owe
jazu
(n)
jazz
jebu
(n)
pocket
jeksi
inject, draw
jeksitul
(n)
syringe
jelatin
(n)
gelatine
jeni
suggestion, proposal, proposition; propose, suggest
jenmin
proof; prove
jenminmon
(n)
evidence
jensi
(n)
gender, sex
jensikal
(t)
agender, genderless
jensikwir
(t)
genderqueer
jento
battle, combat; fight
jentotul
weapon, arms; weaponize, arm
jeruhi
surgery, operation; operate (on)
jeruhikamer
(n)
operating room, operating theater
jeruhili
(t)
surgical
jeruhiyen
(n)
surgeon
jeti
throw
ji
(l)
and
ji max to
et cetera, etc.
ji pia
and also, as well as
jidi
(t)
serious, earnest
jidiya
(n)
seriousness, earnestness
jigam
intuition, (gut) feeling, hunch; intuit, intuitively know, feel
jijon
hit (target, etc.)
jileko
(n)
waistcoat, vest, gilet
jine
(n)
gin, genever, jenever
jingen
(n)
proverb, adage, byword, aphorism, saying
jingo
warning; warn
jinji
(t)
straight, direct, directly
jinsen
(n)
ginseng
jinsu
(n)
(pair of) jeans
jipu
(n)
jeep
jirafa
(n)
giraffe
jismu
(n)
body
jismuli
(t)
physical
jismulogi
(n)
anatomy
jivaki
(n)
mercury (element)
jiwa
life; live
jiwagrafi
(n)
biography
jiwajotay
(n)
standard of life, standard of living
jiwane
(t)
alive, living, live
jiwapul
(t)
live
jixi
knowledge; know, know how (to) [compare with: kone]
jixifil
(t)
curious, curiously
jixigi
notification, notice; let know, notify
jixipel
curiousity; wonder
jixipeldo
(t)
curious, curiously
jogay
(n)
handicap, disability, impediment, impairment, disorder
jojiki
(n)
tissue (biology), -histo
jongu
(n)
species
jotay
(n)
condition, state
jowey
(n)
surroundings, environment
joxu
enthusiasm, excitement, zeal; enthuse, excite
joxudo
(t)
excited, enthusiastic
joxufil
(t)
enthusiastic, cheerful
joxupul
(t)
enthusiastic, eager
jozi
(n)
nut (food)
jubin
(n)
cheese
judan
(n)
bullet
juhudi
effort; put forth effort (towards), strive (for)
jui
attention, acknowledge; pay attention (to)
juigi
point out
juilaye
(t)
remarkable, notable (worthy of attention)
juioko
observe, look, watch
juiore
listen (attentively)
juitim
(n)
audience, spectators
jujwe
chew
jul
(n)
joule
jula
(t)
apart, separate
julacu
separate (get separated)
julagi
separate
jularesta
avoid (stay apart from)
julaya
(n)
separation
jumbi
(t)
ready, prepared, set
jumhuri
(n)
republic
jumle
(n)
sentence (language)
jumlemon
(n)
phrase
jumun
spell, incantation; bewitch, cast a spell
jumunya
(n)
sorcery, witchcraft
jumunyen
(n)
sorcerer, witch
jungla
(n)
jungle
jungwi
(n)
lieutenant
juni
(t)
young
juni-
offspring, young
junibabur
(n)
(tiger) cub
junibaru
(n)
(bear) cub
junibwaw
(n)
puppy
junihirxa
(n)
fawn
junihuhu
(n)
owlet, owling
junikrabe
(n)
crablet
junikroa
(n)
tadpole, pollywog
junimeme
(n)
lamb
junimememaso
(n)
lamb (meat)
junimumu
(n)
calf
junimyaw
(n)
kitten
juninini
(n)
infant, toddler
junipiu
(n)
hatchling
junisinga
(n)
(lion) cub
juniswini
(n)
piglet
juniuma
(n)
foal
juniyen
(n)
young man/woman, gal/guy, teen to early 20s
junluku
gravity; gravitate
jurisdiksi
(n)
jurisdiction
jurisdiksili
(t)
jurisdictional
juruha
wound, injury; wound, injure
jusu
(n)
juice
juyuen
rescue, salvation; rescue, save
juzam
(n)
leprosy
jwan
turn
jyen
fry
kabaca
(n)
squash, gourd, pumpkin, Cucurbitaceae
kabel
(n)
cable
kabiji
(n)
cabbage
kabila
(n)
tribe
kaburi
(n)
grave, tomb
kabutar
(n)
dove, pigeon, Columbiformes
kacupa
(n)
turtle, Testudines
kadam
step; (take a) step, take steps
kadiba
lie, tell lies
kadibayen
(n)
liar
kadmyum
(n)
cadmium
kafas
cage
kafe
(n)
coffee
kafedom
(n)
café, coffeehouse, coffee shop
kafeina
(n)
caffeine
kafetora
(n)
coffee machine, coffee maker
kahruba
(n)
amber
kaka
poop, crap (non-vulgar)
kakao
(n)
cocoa
kaki
(n)
persimmon
kaku
vomit
kakutus
(n)
cactus
kal
(t)
empty
kalamar
(n)
squid, Decapodiformes
kalamu
(n)
pen
kalcita
(n)
calcite
kalcyum
(n)
calcium
kalendar
(n)
calendar
kalifornyum
(n)
californium
kalkulus
(n)
calculus
kalori
(n)
calorie
kalya
(n)
emptiness
kam
(l)
yes/no question particle, or, or whether
kama
(m)
whether
kameleon
(n)
chameleon
kamer
(n)
room, chamber
kamisa
(n)
shirt
kampani
(n)
campaign, movement
kampaniismo
(n)
activism
kampaniista
(n)
activist
kampi
camping; camp
kampidom
(n)
camp
kanabis
(n)
cannabis, marijuana
kanan
(t)
right
kanari
(n)
canary
kanca
(n)
glass (material)
kancer
(n)
cancer
kandela
(n)
candela
kandidato
(n)
candidate
kanguru
(n)
kangaroo