Josh Regev

Melfwm-English Dictionary

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Introduction

This is a dictionary of Melfwm, a constructed language. Words are alphabetized as in English, except that - (representing the sound /ə̥/ or /ə/ in diphthongs) is also considered a letter, and it comes at the end of the alphabet after y.

Each word, including irregular forms, has its pronunciation indicated using the International Phonetic Alphabet.

A number of idiomatic phrases and collocations are listed. For consistency, combinations of verb and nouns are always listed with the verb; those of several nouns are listed with the first word in the phrase. In these entries, a tilde (~) stands for the head word.

Grammatical specifications

Parts of speech are indicated in italics for each Melfwm entry. The following abbreviations are used:

Verbs are further specified for what complement they take. The abbreviations listed below are used to indicat;e complement type (or lack thereof), and are placed in each verbal entry following the part of speech marker (v-).

When a word has certain irregular forms, they are noted:

Etymologies

Etymologies for some words are given in square brackets at the end of an entry. The following abbreviations are used:

a

abiag /ˈabja/ n. (pl. tanobia /taˈnobja/) frog

abwȇch /aˈbu.ɛχ/ v-t. light, start (Obj: fire)

acegc /aˈkɛnk/ d. (pl. tagcegc /tanˈkɛnk/) each (of)

achach /aˈχaχ/ a. drunk

ȃco /aˈko/ n. (def. ȃcoȃ /aˈko.a/, pl. gȏgco /onˈko/, def. pl. gȏgcoȃ /onˈko.a/) slab of stone, tablet

acoell /aˈko̯͡ɛɬ/ v-t. chew

adh /að/ n. neck

adhȃdh /ˈaðað/ v-t. 1. join together, put together, combine, attach; 2. share

afnosai /aɸˈnosa͡ɪ̯/ v-t. 1. heal, cure; 2. fix, repair; 3. clarify, correct [afnos- ‘get up’ + -ai]

afnoseb /aɸnoˈsɛb/ v-i. stand up, get up, rise, arise

afnot /aɸˈnot/ d. (pl. tafnot /taɸˈnot/) most

afw /aˈɸu/ n. soul

agcfodh /anˈkɸoð/ a. golden, gold [an- + cfodh ‘gold’]

aibes /ˈa͡ɪ̯bɛs/ n. food

ȃichant /a͡ɪ̯ˈχant/ n. walking, going

ailofin /a͡ɪ̯loˈɸin/ n-cl. (no sg.) nervous breakdown, mental collapse

airescoȇch /a͡ɪ̯rɛˈsko.ɛχ/ v-t. 1. stir, mix; 2. make a mess of

allinȏt /aˈɬinot/ n. (def. ll-ianȏt /ɬə̥ˈjanot/, pl. t-llenȏt /tə̥ˈɬɛnot/, def. pl. t-llioanȏt /tə̥ˈɬjɔnot/) hinge [allit ‘joint’ + -nȏt]

allit /aˈɬit/ n. (def. ll-iat /ɬə̥ˈjat/, pl. t-llet /tə̥ˈɬɛt/, def. pl. t-llioat /tə̥ˈɬjɔt/) 1. lump, ball, block; 2. joint; 3. knot; 4. wart

aloep /aˈlo̯͡ɛp/ v-t. burn, scald (S: liquid)

alot /aˈlot/ n. sun

alotȋc /aˈlotik/ v-t. shine on, illuminate, light up

alwt /aˈlut/ det. polar marker

amwr /aˈmur/ n. residue, sediment

anfadha /anˈɸaða/ a. silver, silvery [an- + fadha ‘silver’]

anp-shin /anpə̥ˈʃin/ a. 1. mucillagenous; 2. slippery [an- + p-shin ‘mucus’]

ȃnscuy /anˈskwi/ a. 1. unripe; 2. raw; 3. unfinished, not ready [rel. scuian ‘lack’]

antiodh /anˈtjoð/ n. (pl. teneftiodh /tɛnɛɸˈtjoð/) point, element of an argument or issue

an-asc /aˈnə͡a̯sk/ n. (pl. tant-asc /tanˈtə͡a̯sk/) surprise

aplwr /aˈplur/ n. clan

apȏȃt /aˈpo̯͡ɔt/ a. released, loose, at large, escaped

ar /ar/ c. and [conjoins subjects, or objects of a negative verb]

aralt /aˈralt/ n-cl. debris

areb /aˈrɛb/ v-t. tear up, rip up, shred

arwr /aˈrur/ a. fragrant, aromatic, strong-smelling

aryn /aˈrin/ n-cl. filth

as /as/ v-i. go, walk

ascoalc /aˈskɔlk/ n. (pl. noasc̾oalch /nɔˈsχɔlχ/) crow, raven

aseb /aˈsɛb/ v-s. imagine

asnachwn /asnaˈχun/ a. serious, real, actual, legitimate, authentic, genuine

asnofan /asnoˈɸan/ v-i., v-ab., v-al. travel, migrate [as ‘go’ + -nof]

asuedh /aˈswɛð/ n. procession, march [as ‘go’ + -uedh]

asyr /aˈsir/ a. 1. victim; 2. bereaved, bereft, devoid, lacking; ~ lentȃth unsure of what to say or do, at a loss, paralyzed by indecision

asyreb /asiˈrɛb/ v-t. 1. punish, take vengeance on; 2. repay, pay back, recompense, compensate

atgat /aˈtat/ adv. 1. towards, can indicate incomplete action; 2. without making much effort (with negative verb): cwt iuwmrȏȃp atgat celchw̑ ‘He didn't catch anything (and didn't really try)’

athy̑s /ˈaθis/ n. regret

atiw̑ /aˈti.u/ n. oak tree

atoentuc /aˈto̯͡ɛntuk/ n. (def. atoeth-ch /aˈto̯͡ɛθə̥χ/, pl. tagtoentuc /taχˈto̯͡ɛntuk/, def. pl. tagtoeth-ch /taχˈto̯͡ɛθə̥χ/) nail (finger, toe)

b

bachpwr /baχˈpur/ n. spoon, scoop

bain /ba͡ɪn/ n. 1. moniker; 2. catchphrase; 3. reputation, renown, fame, infamy

bascoach /baˈskɔχ/ n. cannibal

basinin /basiˈnin/ n-cl. (def. cl. basinigc /basiˈnink/, sg. basinȇgc /baˈsinɛnk/, def. sg. basicna /baˈsikna/) taxes, fines, tribute

basnet-shalch /basnɛtə̥ʃalχ/ v-i. act in an egregiously hypocritical way; act in a baffling, inappropriate way (especially regarding interpersonal relationships)

bechuyreb /bɛχwiˈrɛb/ v-i. be pointless, a waste, useless, in vain

bedh /bɛð/ n. (def. bwdh /buð/, pl. boedh /bo̯͡ɛð/, def. pl. bewdh /bɛˈuð/) scorpion

beltent /bɛlˈtɛnt/ n. tick

beluyr /bɛlˈwir/ n. spider

bescyan /bɛskiˈan/ v-i. whistle

besh /bɛʃ/ n. (def. b-shat /bə̥ˈʃat/) quince

besȏar /bɛˈso̯͡ar/ n. mushroom

besoentan /bɛso̯͡ɛnˈtan/ v-ab. geld, castrate

boalb /bɔlb/ n. flour

boasan /bɔˈsan/ n. be present, be here, be there

boasȃp /ˈbɔsap/ n-cl. (sg. boasȃgc /ˈbɔsank/) context, surroundings, environment, circumstances, frame of reference [rel. boas- ‘be present’]

bȏash /bo̯͡aʃ/ a. stupid, dumb

bochoer /boˈχo̯͡ɛr/ n. cart

bwy /ˈbu.i/ n. (def. bwu-ch /ˈbuwə̥χ/) mob

bwreb /buˈrɛb/ v-i. roar

bwriegc /burˈjɛnk/ n-cl. rush, reed

c

cadh /kað/ a. 1. thin, slim; 2. shallow; 3. worn, tattered; 4. weakened, weak

cafuyr /kaˈɸir/ n. rhubarb

caiadh /ka͡ɪ̯ˈað/ a. tattered, frayed, worn out [ext. cadh‘worn’]

caibent /ˈka͡ɪ̯bɛnt/ n. reign

caibiran /ka͡ɪ̯biˈran/ v-p. rule over, reign over (esp. conquered area or population, vassal)

caich /ka͡ɪ̯p/ n. plain looking, ordinary looking, homely [tr. caip ‘not much’ + -ach]

caify /ˈka͡ɪ̯ɸi/ n. lynx

caip /ka͡ɪ̯p/ n. not much, trifle, something trivial, unimportant

caireb /ˈka͡ɪ̯rɛb/ v-i. be unimportant, worthless, trivial, forgettable: caio ro ‘it's not important; it's nothing’ [caip + -reb]

caleb /kaˈlɛb/ v-t. speak, know (language)

calechan /kalɛˈχan/ v-t. cook, prepare, make (food)

caliȇb /ˈkaljɛb/ n. taint, impurity, corruption

calmwdhan /kalmuˈðan/ v-i. be lonely; v-ab. miss, long for

calno /ˈkalno/ a. 1. black; 2. burnt, charred

canat /kaˈnat/ n. (pl. cainat /ˈka͡ɪ̯nat/) miracle, wonder, marvel

canian /kaˈnjan/ v-ab. obey, listen to, comply with

cany-n /kaˈni͡ə̯n/ v-t. scold, reprimand, admonish, tell off [cani- ‘obey’ + -y-n]

capechȏȃlyn /kapɛˈχo̯͡ɔlin/ (also cafchȏȃlyn /kaɸˈχo̯͡ɔlin/) v-t., v-s. sabotage, wreck, ruin, destroy, disrupt, interrupt (Obj: something in progress)

capefen /kapɛˈɸɛn/ v-i. fail

carbw /karˈbu/ n. bounds, limitations, divisions [carmȇr ‘wall’ + -bw]

carmȇr /ˈkarmɛr/ n. wall (of building)

carmys /karˈmis/ n. city

carpesh /karˈpɛʃ/ n. horse (def. carpa-sh /karˈpa͡ə̯ʃ/)

catedh /kaˈtɛð/ n. emptiness

catet /kaˈtɛt/ a. 1. empty, vacant; 2. unused, spare, available; 3. untried, untested

catetȃch /kaˈtɛtaχ/ a. 1. available, free (person); 2. useful, helpful; 3. useless, lazy, layabout [catet ‘available’ + -ach]

cauin /kaˈwin/ n-cl. (no sg.) craze, mania, fit, hysteria

cays /kaˈis/ adv. often, frequently

ceb /kɛb/ adv. at all?, ever?

cebdhw̑ /ˈkɛbðu/ n. outfit, set of clothes

ceb-ran /kɛbə̥ˈran/ v-i. answer, reply, respond

cegcwyȇch /kɛnkuˈi.ɛχ/ v-t. insult, deride, curse

celchw̑ /ˈkɛlχu/ (also celch /kɛlχ/) n. (pl. ismagchl-ch /isˈmaχlə̥χ/) what? (irrealis; when possibilities are unknown)

celich /kɛˈliχ/ n. soup

cell /kɛɬ/ v-t. uproot, dig up, pull out (plant, tree, hair)

celleb /kɛˈɬɛb/ v-i. be born

celw /kɛˈlu/ n. style, design, pattern

cemac /kɛˈmak/ v-i. sneeze, blow one's nose; v-t.: ~ noapȏs sob noisily

cemaint /kɛˈma͡ɪ̯nt/ num. 256

cemfot /kɛmˈɸot/ adv. recklessly, carelessly, haphazardly

cen /kɛn/ pro. he

cenecuo̾ac /kɛˈnɛkwɔk/ a. 1. clean; 2. smooth, flat; 3. reliable, predictable, dependable, conscientious, earnest, honest, good

cenet /ˈkɛnɛt/ n. (pl. nwthiet /nuθˈjɛt/) port, harbor

cepȏsh /ˈkɛpoʃ/ n-cl. 1. coral; 2. lichen

cerec /kɛˈrɛk/ n. (pl. sacerch /saˈkɛrχ/) petal

cerfi /ˈkɛrɸi/ n. (pl. sagcerfi /sanˈkɛrɸi/) moment, minute

cermw̑ /ˈkɛrmu/ n. (def. cermȏat /kɛrˈmo̯͡at/, pl. isc̾ecȇr /isˈχɛkɛr/, def. pl. isc̾iat /isχiˈat/) donkey

ceropti /kɛˈropti/ n. perfume

cescuan /kɛˈskwan/ v-i. toil

cespoash /kɛsˈpɔʃ/ n. derivation, inference, conclusion, consequence

ceth-th1 /ˈkɛθə̥θ/ v-tr. draw liquid: carpesh uan sogch ceth-th 'milk a horse'

ceth-th2 /ˈkɛθə̥θ/ v-l. patrol

ceuȋp /ˈkɛwip/ n. (def. ceiip /kɛˈjip/, pl. tanceuȋp /tanˈkɛwip/, def. pl. tanceiip /tankɛˈjip/) messenger

cfasnyshan /kɸasniˈʃan/ v-i. vary, be inconsistent, fluctuate; v-p. give way to (e.g. season, empire)

cfay /ˈkɸa.i/ n. (def. cfag-ch /kɸa͡ə̯χ/) back (of body)

cfa-nwn /ˈkɸa͡ə̯nun/ a. holy, sacred

cfeb /kɸɛb/ v-t. 1. tap; 2. nibble

cfesib /kɸɛˈsib/ n. (def. cfesinbat /kɸɛsinˈbat/, pl. llechiesȋb /ɬɛˈχjɛsib/, def. pl. sagchiesib /ˌsaχjɛˈsib/ or sagchiesinbat /saˌχjɛsinˈbat/) wasp

cfoar /kɸɔr/ n. (pl. tecf-r /ˈtɛkfə̥r/) which, which one?

cfoaȏs /kɸɔr/ n. (pl. tecf-s /ˈtɛkfə̥r/) which kind, what kind?

cfoash /kɸɔʃ/ v-i. snap one's fingers

cfodh /kɸoð/ n. gold

cfon /kɸon/ n. (pl. acaint /aˈka͡ɪ̯nt/) rock, stone

cfopal /kɸoˈpal/ n. discord, disagreement, strife, tension

cfuys /ˈkɸu.is/ n. runt

cfyso /ˈkɸiso/ n. net

cf-asnaf /ˈkɸə͡a̯snaɸ/ n. heart attack

ch /χ/ pro. you (sg.)

chalchi /ˈχalχi/ n. (pl. chali-ch /ˈχaljə̥χ/) chief, warlord

challen /χaˈɬɛn/ v-t. steal

charfa /ˈχarɸa/ a. striped

charfuȃf /χarˈɸu͡a̯ɸ/ a. cross-hatched, plaid [ext. charfa ‘s̵triped’]

chebȃn /ˈχɛban/ v-i., v-ab., v-al. fall

chemant /χɛˈmant/ n. 1. standing, quality, character, position; 2. skill, talent; 3. use, function, role

chemoeoan /ˌχɛmo̯͡ɛˈɔn/ n. agate

chemuȏch /χɛˈmu͡o̯χ/ v-t. drink (alcohol)

cheran /χɛˈran/ v-t. forgive

cherb /χɛrb/ n-cl. (def. cl. soarb-ch /ˈsɔrbə̥χ/, no sg.) fangs

chesan /χɛˈsan/ v-i. 1. stand; 2. be upright, vertical; 3. be steep; v-s. be a certain way, be such that

cheshuonshath /χɛʃwonˈʃaθ/ n. nickname, moniker, epithet

chesnofan /χɛsnoˈɸan/ v-t. 1. set upright, stand up; 2. reverse, undo

chidhynan /χiðiˈnan/ v-t. twist; v-p. wrap around, coil around

chidhynȏt /χiˈðinot/ n. tendril [chidhyn- + -not]

choa /χɔ/ n. (def. choal /χɔl/) place, area, space, spot [tr. cholo̾al]

choagc /χɔnk/ n. bear

choalcholan /χɔlχoˈlan/ v-i. snore, snort

choaluin /χɔlˈwin/ n-cl. (no sg.) siege

choanofan /χɔnoˈɸan/ v-l. be located at

chȏauȋsh /ˈχo̯͡awiʃ/ adv. how then? (contrastive) [fom + -auȋsh]

choef /χo̯͡ɛɸ/ num. zero

choel-sh /ˈχo̯͡ɛlə̥ʃ/ a. old

chui /χwi/ d. other, else: noayst chui ‘something else’

chuoch /χwoχ/ n. (pl. sachuoach /saˈχwɔχ/) segment, section, part (fruit, brain, heart)

chwgcan /χunˈkan/ v-t. do something quickly, rapidly, hurry with; v-i. be startled, surprised

chwgcnofan /χunknoˈɸan/ v-t. 1. hurry, rush (Obj: person); 2. shove, push; 3. startle, surprise [chwgc- ‘hurry’ + -nof]

chwloachan /χulɔˈχan/ v-t. 1. stab, pierce, puncture; 2. intrude, interrupt, get in the way, obstruct; v-i. change course, change one's mind

chwlow̑ /χuˈlo.u/ n. sharp point

chwrmw̑sai /χurmuˈsa͡ɪ̯/ a. inscrutable, frustrating, enigmatic, unintelligible, unreadable

ch-bainan /χə̥ba͡ɪ̯ˈnan/ v-i. carry out a spell, magic, charm

ch-besh /χə̥ˈbɛʃ/ adv. sneakily, slinking, creeping, skulking

ch-lchwreb /χə̥lχuˈrɛb/ v-t. ambush

ch-lelot /χə̥lɛˈlot/ adv. a little, a bit, somewhat

ciano /ˈkjano/ a. stoic, unmoved, reserved, dispassionate

ciar /kjar/ v-i. trickle, drizzle, drip, bubble up, tear up

cinacan /kinaˈkan/ v-t. drop or drape gently

cinet-f /kiˈnɛtə̥ɸ/ adv. in an elegant, refined, dignified, careful way

cint-at /kinˈtə͡a̯t/ v-t. 1. handle delicately, be gentle to; 2. speak delicately, courteously, politely to

ciȏas /kjo̯͡as/ v-i. go, walk back and forth; v-t. cross paths with, run into [old. cueas]

cirmieb /kirmiˈɛb/ v-i. bleed

cithuȏs /kiˈθu͡o̯s/ n. glove, mitten [cithw ‘hand’ + -ȏs]

cithw /kiˈθu/ n. 1. hand; 2. handful; 3. grip, hold, grasp

ciwf /kjuɸ/ n. nose, snout

ciwshoadh /kjuˈʃɔð/ n. elephant [ciwf ‘nose’ + shoadh ‘tail’]

clam-sh /ˈklamə̥ʃ/ v-s. plot, scheme, plan

clantiet /klanˈtjɛt/ v-i., v-t. clear out an area

clantiw̑ /ˈklantju/ n. cleared area

clel /klɛl/ n. insult, jab, taunt, dig

clesh-t /ˈklɛʃə̥t/ n. (def. cl-shait /klə̥ˈʃa͡ɪ̯t/, pl. llechlesh-t /ɬɛˈχlɛʃə̥t/, def. pl. llechl-shait /ɬɛχlə̥ˈʃa͡ɪ̯t/) hit, blow, slap, smack

cleuyan /klɛwiˈan/ v-t., v-s. strengthen, increase, amplify, enhance

clewdhinan /klɛ.uðiˈnan/ v-i. show off

clinac /kliˈnak/ v-i. fly

clob /klob/ a. 1. heavy; 2. extravagant, luxurious; 3. sigificant, weighty, serious; ~ plyedhw̑ deep-voiced, low-pitched

clof /kloɸ/ n. deceit, deception

clofan /kloˈɸan/ v-t. deceive, delude, fool, mislead

closhwb /kloˈʃub/ v-t. 1. put out of reach; 2. block off

clwliur /klulˈjur/ n. butterfly

clwliurȏan /kluljuˈro̯͡an/ n. moth [clwliur ‘butterfly + rȏan ‘at night’]

clwpontan /kɔˈχan/ v-t.try to learn or understand

cl-at /klə͡a̯t/ v-t. engrave

coachan /kɔˈχan/ v-t. eat

cȏȃl /ko̯͡ɔl/ adv. at least, even: cem y cȏȃl iellwnoedhw ‘he didn't even thank me’

coala /ˈkɔla/ n. 1. door; 2. lid, cover

cȏantuash /ˈko̯͡antwaʃ/ n. gate

cȏarmȏar /ˈko̯͡armo̯͡ar/ or /ko̯͡arˈmo̯͡ar/ n-cl. purrs, purring: sefȏalb io marto cȏarmȏar ‘the cat is purring’

cobeb /koˈbɛb/ v-al. complain about

codhe̾ /ˈkoðɛwɛ/ n-cl. wood grain

coember /ˈko̯͡ɛmbɛr/ n. (sg. cemielc /kɛˈmjɛlk/) egg

coem-areb /ko̯͡ɛˈməa̯rɛb/ v-i., v-t. lay egg(s) [coember ‘egg’ + -reb]

coesnelor /ko̯͡ɛsnɛˈlor/ n. tent

coesneuȋc /ko̯͡ɛsˈnɛwik/ v-t. shelter, cover

coesnuȏnot /ko̯͡ɛsˈnu͡o̯not/ n. (def. coesnunot /ko̯͡ɛsnuˈnot/) 1. shell; 2. cocoon

coetwn /ˈko̯͡ɛtun/ n. beautiful, pretty, handsome, good-looking

cogcȇs /ˈkonkɛs/ a. charming, appealing, lovely, pleasant, delightful

collai /ˈkoɬa͡ɪ̯/ v-t. mediate between, make peace between, reconcile [coll- ‘reconcile’ + -ai]

collan /koˈɬan/ v-t. reconcile oneself to, give in to

collnofan /koɬnoˈɸan/ v-t. 1. placate, appease, pacify; 2. reassure, relax, calm, assure, comfort, console [coll- ‘make peace’ + -nof]

coltwloeian /kolˌtulo̯͡ɛˈjan/ v-t. embroider

comwr /koˈmur/ n-cl. (sg. comoarȇgc /koˈmɔrɛnk/) lips

conateb /konaˈtɛb/ v-t. shake, flap

conoc /koˈnok/ n. (def. cwogc /kuˈonk/) year

consȏch /ˈkonsoχ/ i. come in, enter, welcome

copot /koˈpot/ n. seriousness

coschȏagch /kosˈχo̯͡aχ/ n. west [old. cosfȏagch]

cosh /koʃ/ n-cl. (def. cl. coash-ch /ˈkɔʃə̥χ/, sg. coeshȇgc /ˈko̯͡ɛʃɛnk/, def. sg. coshecna /koˈʃɛkna/) whiskers (of animal)

cosht /koʃt/ n. (no def., no pl.) truth

coshtai /koʃˈta͡ɪ̯/ v-i. speak truthfully, honestly, accurately [cosht ‘truth’ + -ai]

cuȃthaipan /ku͡a̯θa̯͡ɪˈpan/ v-i. perform an antic, stunt, trick, shenanigan [cuȃthan ‘play’ + -aip]

cuȃthan /ku͡a̯ˈθan/ v-i. play

cuȃthoadh /ku͡a̯ˈθɔð/ n. playfulness

cuȃto /ˈku͡a̯to/ n-cl. (def. cl. cuȃta /ˈku͡a̯ta/, no sg.) parents

cuecegcwyȇch /kwɛˌkɛnkuˈi.ɛχ/ v-i., v-t. insult, curse one another

cuecollan /kwɛkoˈɬan/ v-i., v-t. reconcile with, make peace with, come to an agreement with [cue- + coll- ‘give in to’]

cuecoshtai /kwɛˈkoʃta͡ɪ̯/ v-i. speak truthfully, honestly, accurately to one another, admit the truth to one another [cue- + cosht ‘truth’ + -ai]

cuecuȃthan /kwɛku͡a̯ˈθan/ v-i., v-t. play with, play together

cuedhedh /kwɛˈðɛð/ v-i., v-t. marry

cuefocuan /kwɛɸoˈkwan/ v-i., v-t. trade with, trade [cue- + focu-]

cuelaireb /kwɛˈla͡ɪ̯rɛb/ v-loc. converge, make contact with one another, touch, meet [cue- + lair- ‘make contact’]

cuelemp /kwɛlɛmp/ v-i. be angry at each other

cueletan /kwɛlɛˈtan/ v-t. feel, sense, taste

cuellwr /kwɛˈɬur/ v-t. gossip to, with

cueluedh /kwɛlˈwɛð/ v-t. feeling, emotion, sensation, taste, flavor [tr. cuelet- ‘feel, sense, taste’ + -uedh]

cuemwscan /kwɛmuˈskan/ v-t. captivate, rivet, enthrall, spellbind [cue- + mwscan ’tie up’]

cuemyshwshan /kwɛmiʃuˈʃan/ v-i., v-t. experience mutual affection

cuenpȏan /kwɛnˈpo̯͡an/ v-i., v-t. make up with, reconcile with, resolve differences with one another

cuepȏȃth /kwɛˈpo̯͡ɔθ/ n. combined capacity, space, room, volume of two or more areas [cue- + pȏȃth ‘capacity, space’]

cueplu /ˈkwɛplu/ n. 1. shared edge, boundary, border; 2. space between two or more things [cue- + rel. ploȇr ‘edge’]

cuepwleseb /kwɛpulɛˈsɛb/ v-t., v-s. wish, hope for (something for one's own benefit)

cueroenyn /kwɛˈro̯͡ɛnin/ v-i. give gifts to one another [rel. roent ‘token’]

cueromyn /ˌkwɛroˈmin/ v-t. bribe [cue- + romyn ‘flatter’]

cuer-ponbw /ˌkwɛrə̥ponˈbw/ n. mutual understanding from observation, deep understanding [cue- + r-pon ‘eye’ + -bw]

cuesceleb /kwɛskɛˈlɛb/ v-al. mutually appreciate, admire, respect

cuesegcloshwb /kwɛˌsɛnkloˈʃub/ n. enclosure, pen, corral [cue- + segcloshwb ’barrier’]

cuesynanshan /kwɛsinanˈʃan/ v-i., v-t. be at enmity, feud with, begrudge one another

cuetfian /ˌkwɛtɸiˈan/ v-i. act to one's own detriment, hurt oneself, be a certain way to a fault [cue- + etfi- ‘throw’]

cuetrafan /ˌkwɛtraˈɸan/ v-i. fall out with one another [cue- + etraf- ‘withdraw’]

cuetythan /kwɛtiˈθan/ v-i., v-t. greet one another [cue- + etyth- ‘greet’]

cuewrpontet /kwɛ.urponˈtɛt/ v-t. console, comfort [cue- + wr ? + ponti ‘peace’]

cueyshnieuychan /kwɛ.iʃni.ɛwiˈχan/ v-t. please, satisfy

cuf /kuɸ/ n. corpse (of person)

cufȏs /ˈkuɸos/ n. flesh, muscle (of person)

cunwpwllet /kunupuˈɬɛt/ v-i. roll over

cuoap /kwɔp/ n. (pl. posuoap /poˈswɔp/) candle

cuocelcan /kwoˌkɛlˈkan/ v-i. think or believe alike, be of the same opinion, agree [cue- + ocelc- ‘think’]

cuoplwn /kwoˈplun/ v. 1. succeed, win; 2. function, work

cuoscan /kwoˈskan/ v-t. mix together, combine [cue- + osc- ‘scatter’]

cuoscȏs /ˈkwoskos/ n. mixture, combination [cue- + osc- ‘scatter’ + -ȏs]

cuysh-almet /kwiʃə͡a̯lˈmɛt/ v-i., v-t. kiss each other [cue- + ysh-alm- ‘kiss’]

cwlcȏap /kulˈko̯͡ap/ n. 1. post, pillar, column, baluster, beam; 2. frame

cwlinsh /kuˈlinʃ/ a. sour

cwly-reb /kuˈli͡ə̯rɛb/ v-al. 1. find something sour; 2. be reluctant to do something, be begrudging when doing something

cwuamp /kuˈwamp/ n-cl. shoe

cyȇs /ˈki.ɛs/ n-cl. barley

cylab /kiˈlab/ n. well

cynt /kint/ v-t. 1. feed; 2. pass, hand to

cyplo /ˈkiplo/ n. thyme

c-ab /kə͡a̯b/ n. oil

c-lac /kə̥ˈlak/ n. pond

c-lcob /kə̥lˈkob/ n-cl. (sg. c-lcogc /kə̥lˈkonk/) rabbit

c-riwrb /kə̥riˈurb/ n-cl. (no sg.) sieve

c-tafash /kə̥taˈɸaʃ/ a., adv. on the skin

c-thwch /kə̥ˈθuχ/ n. feeling of dependency, need for someone [rel. cithw ‘grasp’]

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dhacuoshȏc /ðaˈkwo.ʃok/ n-cl. ribs

dham /ðam/ a. low, low-lying (land)

dhascan /ðaˈskan/ v-ab., v-s. forget, miss, overlook, neglect (to do something)

dhe /ðɛ/ c. (dh’ /ð/ before /ɛ/) and [conjoins verb phrases, or direct objects of an affirmative verb]

dhebo̾ach /ˈðɛbɔχ/ n. bruise

dhegc /ðɛnk/ n. radish

dher /ðɛr/ v-t. thresh

dhesh /ðɛʃ/ n. house

dheshtarin /ðɛʃtaˈrin/ n-cl. (no sg.) embarrassment, humiliation, mortification

dhesht-r /ˈðɛʃtə̥r/ v-t., v-s. think about, ponder; n. thought, pondering

dhesht-rai /ðɛʃtə̥ˈra͡ɪ̯/ v-t. interest, make one think, be worth thinking about

dhesht-rioan /ðɛʃtə̥rˈjɔn/ n. dream [dhesht-r ‘thought’ + ioan ‘sleep’]

dhim /ðim/ n-cl. ashes

dhimoadh /ðiˈmɔð/ n. feeling of finality, hopelessness

dhoabab /ðɔˈbab/ n. cloud

dhoabeb /ðɔˈbɛb/ v-t. 1. stack, pile up; 2. put together, assemble

dhoabebwr /ðɔbɛˈbur/ n. mortar [dhoabeb ‘stack’ + -wr]

dhoabȏs /ˈðɔbos/ n. fog, mist [tr. dhoababȏs < dhoabab ‘cloud’ + -ȏs]

dhoabafash /ðɔbaˈɸaʃ/ a., adv. lofty, high up

dhoacwȇch /ðɔˈku.ɛχ/ v-i. shoot up, grow up quickly (esp. plants)

dhoacwl /ðɔˈkul/ n. window

dhoan /ðɔn/ v-al. 1. put, place; 2. pour; v-p. spread

dhoauȏt /ˈðɔwot/ adv. 1. how high, how tall?; 2. where (in the sky, on the ceiling, etc.); 3. where?, up to where? (vertical dimension)

dhodh /ðoð/ n. moon

dhodhlintan /ðoðlinˈtan/ v-i. ring

dhoeluet /ðo̯͡ɛlˈwɛt/ v-t. be named, be called

dhoeluot /ˈðo̯͡ɛlwot/ n. what name? what is it called?

dhoelw̑ /ˈðo̯͡ɛlu/ n. name, word, what something is called

dhonȏaman /ðono̯͡aˈman/ v-i. be hungry

dhwba /ˈðuba/ n. slurry

dhwl /ðul/ n. (pl. dhwchwl /ðuˈχul/) planet

dhwmintian /ðumintiˈan/ v-t. sacrifice

dhwnoeglech /ðuˈno̯͡ɛlɛχ/ v-s. 1. struggle to/with, strain, exert oneself; 2. be off the mark

dhwnoȇglin /ðuno̯͡ɛˈlin/ n-cl. (no sg.) accent: lef nirythiwn focuo dhwnoȇglin ‘she speaks with an accent’

dhychoenyfan /ðiχo̯͡ɛniˈɸan/ v-ab. crave

dhyedh /ðiˈɛð/ n. base, foundation, platform

dhym /ðim/ v-t. sew, stitch

dhy-scech /ˈði͡ə̯skɛχ/ n. totality, entirety; adv. generally, in general, usually

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ebalet /ɛbaˈlɛt/ v-t. chop down, cut down, fell (tree)

ebas /ɛˈbas/ n. friend

ebasȇt /ɛˈbasɛt/ n. 1. friend of a friend; 2. mutual friend [ebas ‘friend’ + -ȇt]

ebasoadh /ɛbaˈsɔð/ n. responsiblity, obligation, duty (particularly mutual, toward a friend) [ebas + -oadh]

ebeien /ɛbɛˈjɛn/ v-t. 1. defend, protect; 2. guard, watch; 3. maintain, look after, keep in good condition

ebeioadh /ɛbɛˈjɔð/ n. feeling of being alert, defensive, en guard [ebei- + -oadh]

eblan /ɛˈblan/ v-t. establish, institute, initiate, build, set up

ebȏȃl /ɛˈbo̯͡ɔl/ n. outside

echoasy /ɛˈχɔsi/ n. where?, where exactly? (specific, finer scaled; rhetorical, when one expects to see something but doesn't)

echpaltan /ˌɛχpalˈtan/ v-i. 1. step across, step over; 2. reach across, reach over; 3. span, bridge [ec- + palt- ˈstep’]

echuedhan /ɛχwɛˈðan/ v-i. 1. frown, scowl; 2. concentrate, think hard

echuent /ɛˈχwɛnt/ a. 1. tight, stuck; 2. difficult, hard

echuenpaluach /ɛˌχwɛnpalˈwaχ/ a. ugly [echuent ’difficult’ + palu- ‘look at’ + -ach]

ecioar /ɛˈkjɔr/ n. belt

eclair /ɛˈkla͡ɪ̯r/ n. bridge

ecllynȏaran /ɛkɬino̯͡aˈran/ v-t. swim across [ec- + llynȏar- ‘swim’]

ecnanan /ɛknaˈnan/ v-t. tempt

ecȏȃb /ɛˈko̯͡ɔb/ n. platform, stage, stand

ecȏȃgc /ɛˈko̯͡ɔnk/ n. crown

ecȏatic /ɛˈko̯͡atik/ n. crazy person, insane person, nut

ecȏȃy /ɛˈko̯͡ɔ.i/ adv. (pl. sogcȏȃy /sonˈko̯͡ɔ.i/) passionately, with gusto, fervidly

ecȗash /ˈɛkwaʃ/ n. (pl. sacȗash /ˈsakwaʃ/) man, guy

ecuat /ɛˈkwat/ n. (pl. sagcuat /sanˈkwat/) monkey

ecyr /ɛˈkir/ n. flute

edhan /ɛˈðan/ v-al. make, build, create; v-ab. use, utilize

efan /ɛˈɸan/ v-t. arrest, detain

efloenan /ɛɸlo̯͡ɛˈnan/ v-i. sneer; v-ab. deride, scorn, laugh at, have contempt for

eflopan /ɛɸloˈpan/ v-t. praise, flatter

efnegcȏȃsh /ɛɸnɛnˈko̯͡ɔʃ/ v-i. smile

efwlan /ɛɸuˈlan/ v-i. rejoice, celebrate

egc /ɛnk/ num. one

egclwch /ɛnkiˈluχ/ n. happiness, joy

egcȏan /ɛnˈko̯͡an/ v-ab. react, respond to

egcylan /ɛnkiˈlan/ v-ab. be happy about

egthyn /ɛˈθin/ n. (pl. llegchyn /ɬɛˈχin/) coward

egy /i/ i. well...

eib /ɛˈib/ v-i. darken, become dark

elisti /ɛˈlisti/ n. (pl. sa-listi /sa͡ə̯ˈlisti/) witch

elistiȇt /ɛˈlistjɛt/ n. (pl. sa-listiȇt /sa͡ə̯ˈlistjɛt/) bewitched person [elisti ‘witch’ + -ȇt]

ellaireb /ɛɬa͡ɪ̯ˈrɛb/ v-t. worship

ellais /ɛˈɬa͡ɪ̯s/ v-t. apportion, give out, divide up, hand out, parcel out, distribute

ellaisnot /ɛˈɬa͡ɪ̯s/ v-t. 1. portion, section, allotment, lot; 2. inheritance

ellaiswr /ɛɬa͡ɪ̯ˈsur/ n. a part of something that wasn't wanted, rejected portion, remnants, leftover

eller /ɛˈɬɛr/ a. new, different, other

ellereb /ɛɬɛˈrɛb/ v-i. be lost (S: person)

ellerys /ɛɬɛˈris/ adv. for the first time

ellit /ɛˈɬit/ n. chain

elmȏt /ˈɛlmot/ n. wrath, fury, rage

eloas /ɛˈlɔs/ n. (def. eloal /ɛˈlɔl/) 1. decoy; 2. costume

elof-st /ɛˈloɸə̥st/ n-cl. (def. cl. eloost-s /ɛloˈostə̥s/, no sg.) siblings

elȗr /ˈɛlur/ n. completeness, fullness, entirety, pervasiveness, spread

eluy̑ch /ˈɛlwiχ/ adv. in a deep voice

el-̑ach /ˈɛlə͡a̯χ/ a. jack of all trades, renaissance man

elwchan /ɛluˈχan/ v-t. change into, turn into transform into, become

emelb /ɛˈmɛlb/ n. poison

emeluoreb /ɛˌmɛlwoˈrɛb/ v-i. succumb to poison [emelb ˈpoison’ + -reb]

emigcan /ɛminˈkan/ v-i. 1. be rough, uneven; 2. be hoarse, raspy; 3. be poorly done; 4. be sloppy, messy

enab /ɛˈnab/ v-i. 1. hiccup; 2. stutter; 3. limp, stagger; 4. sputter

enchȏatogc /ɛnˈχo̯͡atonk/ n. lightning

enoet /ɛˈno̯͡ɛt/ n. (pl. wnoet /uˈno̯͡ɛt/) piece of clothing, clothes

enoȇtlor /ɛno̯͡ɛtˈlor/ n. (pl. wnoȇtlor /ɛno̯͡ɛtˈlor/) cape

enyb /ɛˈnib/ a. wild, unruly, unpredictable, untamed

epai /ˈɛpa͡ɪ̯/ v-t. cremate

epȏȃnen /ɛpo̯͡ɔˈnɛn/ v-i. 1. be short (height); 2. slouch; 3. be young

epȏantac /ɛˈpo̯͡antak/ v-i. appear, show up, come

epyscan /ɛpiˈskan/ v-t. torment, hound, harrass, oppress

ep-t /ˈɛpə̥t/ v-t. lie about, falsify, misrepresent

erbȇt /ˈɛrbɛt/ n. spouse

erwr /ɛˈrur/ n-cl. yowls, wails

esabyr /ɛsaˈbir/ n. bark (of tree)

esagb /ɛˈsab/ n. apricot

esc /ɛsk/ n. full moon

escaidhan /ɛska͡ɪ̯ˈðan/ v-i. prance, skip

esceb /ɛˈskɛb/ v-i. shine (moon)

esceth /ɛˈskɛθ/ n. perch, platform

esc̾il /ɛsˈχil/ n. soil, dirt, earth, land

esc̾iluo̾ac /ɛsˈχilwɔk/ a. good soil, having good soil [esc̾il ‘soil’ + -uo̾ac]

escȏab /ɛskoˈab/ v-t. hate, detest, despise, disdain

escoadh /ɛˈskɔð/ v-t. prune (tree)

escob /ɛˈskob/ n. scoundrel, villain

escueth /ɛˈskwɛθ/ n. (pl. poscuedh /poˈskwɛð/) snail

eshcalech /ɛʃkaˈlɛχ/ n. good impression

eshc-f /ˈɛʃkə̥ɸ/ adv. maybe, possibly

eshc-fot /ɛʃkə̥ˈɸot/ adv. how likely?

eshel /ɛˈʃɛl/ n. arrow

eshigcuȇt /ɛˈʃinkwɛt/ n. prisoner of war, captive [eshigcw̑ ‘war’ + -ȇt]

eshigcuoadh /ɛˌʃinˈkwɔð/ n. feeling of hotheadedness, irritability, wanting to get into a fight [eshigcw̑ ‘war’ + -oadh]

eshigcw̑ /ɛˈʃinku/ n. war

eshnaich /ɛʃˈna͡ɪ̯χ/ adv. all the time, always

eshnemet /ɛʃnɛˈmɛt/ n., adv. everywhere

eshneptet /ɛʃnɛpˈtɛt/ n., adv. every part of, everywhere (on something, someone)

eshnoa /ˈɛʃnɔ/ adv. completely, entirely, at all

eshnoachan /ɛʃnɔˈχan/ v-t. take everything, hog; v-i. 1. be common, widespread; 2. be famous, well-known; 3. be understood, assumed, go without saying

eshnoachoch /ɛʃnɔˈχoχ/ adv. every/each time, occurence, instance

eshnoafan /ɛʃnɔˈɸan/ n. everyone

eshnoasygch /ɛʃnɔˈsiχ/ n. everything said

eshnoch /ɛʃˈnoχ/ n. everything

eslȏc /ˈɛslok/ n. (pl. poesl-c /ˈpo̯͡ɛslə̥k/) who? (irrealis; when possibilities are unknown)

eslosh /ɛsˈloʃ/ n. (def. esloash-ch /ɛsˈlɔʃə̥χ/) 1. chest; 2. vertical surface, face

eswtan /ɛsuˈtan/ v-i. burp

esyll /ɛˈsiɬ/ n. argument, debate, disagreement (pl. lloesyll /ˈɬo̯͡ɛsiɬ/)

esyn /ɛˈsin/ n. brief rainstorm

esy-reb /ɛˈsi͡ə̯rɛb/ v-i. 1. be arguable, debatable, contentious, divisive; 2. be undecided, unresolved, undetermined [esyll ˈargument’ + -reb]

es-chȇgc /ˈɛsə̥χɛnk/ n. (def. esech /ɛˈsɛχ/, pl. noes-chnȃ /ˈno̯͡ɛsə̥χna/ or noesc̾ecna /no̯͡ɛsˈχɛkna/, def. pl. noes-ch /ˈno̯͡ɛsə̥χ/) wolf

etfian /ɛtɸiˈan/ v-t. 1. throw, hurl; 2. change, replace; v-s. plan, intend

etfwch /ɛtˈɸuχ/ n. unsteadiness, feeling that one is going to fall

etoe /ˈɛto̯͡ɛ/ n. (def. etoȇ /ɛˈto.ɛ/) box

etoetwmant /ɛˌto̯͡ɛtuˈmant/ n. coffin

etosc /ɛˈtosk/ n. (pl. sagtosc /saˈtosk/) son

etrafan /ɛtraˈɸan/ v-i. 1. sink; 2. drown; 3. retreat, withdraw, pull back, go away; 4. fade; 5. set (S: sun)

etref /ɛt ˈrɛɸ/ n. 1. sinking; 2. drowning; 3. retreat, withdrawal, pullback; 4. sorrow, regret; 5. fading; 6. sunset

etroiȃdh /ɛˈtrojað/ n. wreck, ruin, wreckage

etroiȇch /ɛˈtrojɛχ/ v-i. get wrecked, get destroyed, crash

etrw /ɛˈtru/ a. bald, clean-shaven

etys /ɛˈtis/ n-cl. (sg. esygc /ɛˈsink/) grapes

etythan /ɛtiˈθan/ v-t. greet, welcome

euoab /ɛˈwɔb/ n. 1. arm; 2. branch; pre. 1. across from; 2. just within reach

euoareb /ɛwɔˈrɛb/ v-i. 1. put out one's arm or hand, reach out; 2. branch out [euoab ‘arm, branch’ + -reb]

eys /is/ a. 1. wicked, tyrannical, ruthless; 2. unhinged, over the top, manic

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fadha /ˈɸaða/ a. silver

fan /ɸan/ n. (pl. noaf-nt /ˈnɔɸə̥nt/) who?

fanȏaneb /ɸano̯͡aˈnɛb/ v-i. shrink, reduce, dwindle

fanot /ɸaˈnot/ adv. because of whom?, for whom?

fanwn-t /ɸaˈnunə̥t/ i. who did this?, who's to blame? [ext. fanot ‘because of whom’]

faȏs /ˈɸa.os/ n-cl. 1. air; 2. weather [foȃ + -ȏs]

fashagc /ɸaˈʃank/ n. mosquito

felfȏan /ɸɛlˈɸo̯͡an/ v-l. reside, live (in a place)

feloa /ˈɸɛlɔ/ n. (pl. llefeloa /ɬɛˈɸɛlɔ/) mouse

fen /ɸɛn/ n. bed

ferairo /ɸɛˈra͡ɪ̯ro/ a. main, principal, primary, prime, usual

ferȇn /ˈɸɛrɛn/ v-i., v-t. sing

feroaptan /ɸɛrɔpˈtan/ v-i. swerve, dodge

fes /ɸɛs/ n. jar

figcedh /ɸinˈkɛð/ n. burrow, tunnel, passageway [tr. fin- + igcedh ‘cave’]

figcynt /ɸinˈkint/ v-t. feed (regularly) [fin- + cynt ‘feed’]

finacoell /ɸinaˈko̯͡ɛɬ/ v-t. chew (without swallowing) [fin- + acoell ‘chew’]

findhesh /ɸinˈðɛʃ/ n. village [fin- + dhesh- ‘house’]

finent /ɸiˈnɛnt/ n. relevance, significance, importance, gravity, weight: scai’o finent ‘it's irrelevant’

finetrafan /ɸinɛtraˈɸan/ v-i. dive, jump into water [fin- + etraf- ‘sink’]

finfelfȏan /ɸinɸɛlˈɸo̯͡an/ v-l. settle, colonize [fin- + felfȏ- ‘live’]

finief /ɸiˈnjɛɸ/ n. mistake, screwup, blunder

finmerȏan /ɸinmɛˈro̯͡an/ v-t. 1. recount clearly, detail; 2. instruct, direct [fin- + mero- ‘tell’]

finmeroedh /ɸinmɛˈro̯͡ɛð/ n. instruction, direction, plan, method [fin- + meroedh ‘tell’]

finonoan /ɸinoˈnɔn/ v-t. write [fin- + onoan ‘demonstrate, point at’]

finot /ɸiˈnot/ i. is this wrong?, am I wrong?, that's wrong

finshoalch /ɸinˈʃɔlχ/ v-i. hide [fin- + shoalch ‘vanish’]

finsnirnofan /ɸinsnirnoˈɸan/ v-al. water, irrigate

finworu-t /ˌɸinuˈorwə̥t/ n-cl. (no sg.) garbage pile, dump [fin- + woru-t ‘garbage’]

fliseu /ɸliˈsɛw/ n. lace, drawstring

floanteb /ɸlɔnˈtɛb/ v-t. indulge, accede to

foȃ /ˈɸo.a/ n-cl. wind

fȏadhen /ɸo̯͡aˈðɛn/ v-i. 1. blink; 2. twitch; 3. flicker

fȏȃn /ɸo̯͡ɔn/ n. (def. foagc /ɸɔnk/, pl. woan /uˈɔn/, def. pl. woagc /uˈɔnk/ or uoan-ch /ˈwɔnə̥χ/) boy

foaran /ɸɔˈran/ v-s. know

fȏarnoc /ˈɸo̯͡arnok/ v-t. 1. break, crack, fracture, snap, rupture, burst; 2. ruin, disable

foayst /ɸɔˈist/ n. blanket

foch /ɸoχ/ n. happening, occurance, time, instance

focuan /ɸoˈkwan/ v-t. 1. give; 2. show, display, demonstrate; 3. have (body part): cen focuo mwsc ratwman ‘he has twelve fingers’ (Obj: quality, emotion)

focȗos /ˈɸokwos/ n. character, mien, bearing, aura, disposition [focu- ‘display’ + -ȏs]

fom /ɸom/ v-i. how?

fomoedh /ɸoˈmo̯͡ɛð/ n. way [fom ‘how?’ + -uedh]; ~ nuȏt-c grammar

fon /ɸon/ n-cl. nostrils

font /ɸont/ n. (def. fȏant /ˈɸo̯͡ant/, pl. llefont /ɬɛˈɸont/, def. pl. llefȏant /ɬɛˈɸo̯͡ant/) spear

foth /ɸoθ/ n. (def. foth-ch /ˈɸoθə̥χ/) work, labor, toil

fwafesan /ɸuˌaɸɛˈsan/ v-i. laugh

fwaf-uyȃch /ɸuˌaɸə̥ˈwi.aχ/ a. funny, comical (person)

fwaf-uy-n /ɸuˌaɸə̥ˈwi͡ə̯n/ v-i. be funny, joke, be kidding

fwcoatet /ɸukɔˈtɛt/ v-i. lag behind, straggle

fwrwshin /ɸuruˈʃin/ n-cl. (no sg.) 1. dread, trepidation, terror, anxiety; 2. trembling, shaking, tremors, shivering, shuddering

fwt /ɸut/ n. trellis

fwwet /ɸuˈu.ɛt/ n. (no pl.) best friend, blood brother [rel. afw ‘soul’ + -ȇt]

fwwnuedh /ɸu.unˈwɛð/ n. blood brother ceremony [rel. afw ‘soul’ + uedh]

fwwp /ɸuˈup/ n. principle, value

fyaifioac /ɸiˈa͡ɪ̯ɸjɔk/ a. straightforward, systematic, orderly, well-organized, well-arranged [ext. fyf ‘simple’ + -io̾ac]

fyf /ɸiɸ/ a. simple, uncomplicated, crude

fyfy̑n /ˈɸiɸin/ v-t. build something crudely, simply, throw together; v-ab. treat or relate to something in a simple, ignorant way

f-abat /ˈɸə͡a̯bat/ a. 1. invalid, inappropriate, improper; 2. cancelled, annulled

f-ary /ˈɸə͡a̯ri/ v-i. hiss

g

gys /is/ i. 1. no; 2. stop it, desist

i

iabadhan /jabaˈðan/ v-t. sever, disconnect, cleave, rend, sunder

iabedh /jaˈbɛð/ n. severing, disconnect, rift, sundering, disconnect

iachel /jaˈχɛl/ n. (def. iach-al /jaˈχə͡a̯l/, pl. tafiachel /taɸjaˈχɛl/, def. pl. tafiach-al /taɸjaˈχə͡a̯l/) 1. land; 2. (pl.) world

iadhi /ˈjaði/ n. wasteland, desert

iafie /ˈjaɸjɛ/ n. treasure

iagch /jaχ/ n. food storage structure

iamai /ˈjama͡ɪ̯/ n. (pl. noaioamai /nɔˈjɔma͡ɪ̯/) ghost

iapte /ˈjaptɛ/ n. (def. iapt-ch /ˈjaptə̥χ/, pl. tagnapte /taˈnaptɛ/, def. tagnapt-ch /taˈnaptə̥χ/) mountain

iapte̾ /ˈjaptɛwɛ/ n-cl. foothills

iarieb /jarˈjɛb/ n. (def. iariwe /jarˈju.ɛ/, pl. tarshwlwsh /tarʃuˈluʃ/, def. pl. tarshwlwe /tarʃuˈlu.ɛ/) month

iascolen /jaskoˈlɛn/ v-p. feel, experience, express, portray; ~ cfon be stubborn

iasyc /jaˈsik/ adv. (pl. segiasyc /sɛnjaˈsik/) quite, noticeably, significantly

iblif /iˈbliɸ/ n. (def. iblic /iˈblik/, pl. sablaf /saˈblaɸ/, def. pl. sablic /saˈblik/ or sablac /saˈblak/) cane, staff

icasat /ikaˈsat/ v-ab. 1. flee, escape; 2. spill, drip, leak, overflow; 3. drool, slobber: shel llollȏs’em icasiȃc ‘the dog was drooling’

iceshan /ikɛˈʃan/ v-p. suffer

iceshmy /iˈkɛʃmi/ n. indigestion, stomachache

ichail /iˈχa͡ɪ̯l/ n. (def. ichael /iχaˈɛl/, pl. thail /θa͡ɪ̯l/, def. thael /θaˈɛl/) idiot, imbecile, fool, boor, dolt, moron

ichoelbw /iχo̯͡ɛlˈbu/ n. generosity, hospitality, inclination toward sharing, magnanimity

ichlenȏt /iχˈlɛnot/ n. stinger

ichlich /iχˈliχ/ a. dark, murky [old. chlich]

ici /ˈiki/ n. (def. ecig /ɛˈki/, pl. saigci /ˈsa͡ɪ̯nki/, def. pl siacig /sjaˈki/ or siagcig /sjanˈki/) nun

iciac /iˈkjak/ n. melon

icnuȃ /ikˈnu͡a̯/ n. beard

icnuȃe̾ /ikˈnu͡a̯wɛ/ n-cl. stubble

icnyn /ikˈnin/ n. (def. icny-ch /ikˈni.ə̥χ/) pickaxe

icȏall /iˈko̯͡aɬ/ n. chicken

icoenoat /iˈko̯͡ɛnɔt/ n. starfish

icroac /iˈkrɔk/ n. transformation, great shift, renewal, changeover

ic-shoadh /ikə̥ˈʃɔð/ n. feeling of suffering, pain, anguish

idhe /ˈiðɛ/ n. king

idhȏt /ˈiðot/ a. warm

iebeiȃs /jɛˈbɛjas/ n. (pl. saibeiȃs /sa͡ɪ̯ˈbɛjas/) image, carving, drawing of person or animal [ext. iebes ‘body’]

iebes /jɛˈbɛs/ n. (pl. saibes /ˈsa͡ɪ̯bɛs/) body

ielc /jɛlk/ n. (def. ilic /iˈlik/, pl. wc̾log /uχˈlo/, def. pl. wc̾logc /uχˈlonk/) demon

ielȇsai /jɛlɛˈsa͡ɪ̯/ a. impossible, implausible

iempȃsh /ˈjɛmpaʃ/ adv. tomorrow

iempashbw /ˌjɛmpaʃˈbu/ n. prudence, thinking ahead [iempȃsh ‘tomorrow’ + -bw]

iempoenoach /jɛmˈpo̯͡ɛnɔχ/ adv. every day (iempȃsh ‘tomorrow’ + ueno̾ach ‘yesterday’)

ierachan /jɛraˈχan/ v-i. mash, blend

iertet /jɛrˈtɛt/ v-t. leverage, make use of, take advantage of

ieswcht /jɛˈsuχt/ a. wonderful, msarvelous

ieth /jɛθ/ num. three

iethoadh /jɛˈθɔð/ n. feeling of wholeness, balance, completion

iethwshan /jɛθuˈʃan/ v-al. lie in wait for, stalk

ifalan /iɸaˈlan/ v-t. stop, cease (Obj: activity); v-p. use up, finish, exhaust

ifniesh /iɸniˈɛʃ/ n. (pl. tafniesh /taɸniˈɛʃ/) question

ifȏȃf-smigc /iɸo̯͡ɔɸə̥sˈmink/ a. colorful, multicolored, variegated

ifoary /iˈɸɔri/ n. peony

ifȏashan /iɸo̯͡aˈʃan/ v-i. 1. be generous, giving, sharing; 2. act excessively, overdo

ifsyb /iɸˈsib/ n. (pl. bafsyb /baɸˈsib/) violet (Viola odorata)

igac /iˈak/ i. (pl. igoc /iˈok/) shoo!, expression of surprise and/or annoyance when swatting or pushing something/someone away

igcamican /inkamiˈkan/ v-t. plant

igcedh /inˈkɛð/ n. (pl. wgcedh /unˈkɛð/) cave

igcescuan /inkɛˈskwan/ v-t. plow, work soil [in- + cescu- ‘toil’]

igcoala /inˈkɔla/ n. (pl. wgcoala /unˈkɔla/) trapdoor [in- + coala ‘door’]

iiat /iˈjat/ adv. among others: lef’o cell iiat noello: ‘she's one of the ones digging up onions’

iiesc /iˈjɛsk/ adv. how much?, how many?

iiescȏs /iˈjɛskos/ n. dose, dosage [iiesc ‘how much’ + -ȏs]

ilch /ilχ/ v-t. expel, push out

ilecla /iˈlɛkla/ n. trace, sign, tracks, footprints, indicator

ileyfan /ilɛ.iˈɸan/ v-i. rage, be turbulent, stormy, choppy, tempestuous, violent (S: water, sky, cloud, weather)

illish /iˈɬiʃ/ v-i. crack

illo /ˈiɬo/ n. (pl. noello /ˈno̯͡ɛɬo/) onion

ilmwch /ilˈmuχ/ n. long process

ilnȏt /ˈilnot/ n. (def. ilent /iˈlɛnt/, pl. toelnot /ˈto̯͡ɛlnot/, def. pl. toȇlent /to̯͡ɛˈlɛnt/) cloth, piece of cloth, fabric, rag

ilnȏthy /ˌilnoˈθi/ n. (def. ilȇnthy /iˌlɛnˈθi/ or ilnethy /ˌilnɛˈθi/, pl. toelnȏthy /ˌto̯͡ɛlnoˈθi/, def. pl. toelȇnthy /to̯͡ɛˌlɛnˈθi/ or toelnȇthy /ˌto̯͡ɛlnɛˈθi/) rug, carpet [ilnȏt ‘cloth’ + thy ‘floor’]

ilodhcoala /iˌloðˈkɔla/ n. entranceway, foyer [ilot- + coala ‘door’]

ilofen /iloˈɸɛn/ adv. (pl. seglofen /sɛloˈɸɛn/) 1. trying, attempting; 2. as guess

ilotȃichant /iˌlota͡ɪ̯ˈχant/ n. trail, path [ilot- + ȃichant ‘walking’]

iloteshigcw̑ /iˌlotɛˈʃinku/ n. battlefield, battleground [ilot- + eshigcw̑ ‘war’]

ilotigcedh /iˌlotinˈkɛð/ n. underground [ilot- + igcedh ‘cave’]

ilotinoat /iˌlotiˈnɔt/ n. graveyard, cemetery [ilot- + inoat- ‘bury’]

ilotinwnȏȃmp /iˌlotinuˈno̯͡ɔmp/ n. sky, heavens [ilot- + nwnȏȃmp ‘sky’]

ilotinwp /iˌlotiˈnup/ n. someplace ahead, forward

ilotȋthy /iˌlotiˈθi/ n. bottom of the sea [ilot- + thy ‘bottom’]

ilotlȏȃc /ilotˈlo̯͡ɔk/ n. forest, woods [ilot- + lȏȃc ‘tree’]

ilwm /iˈlum/ v-i. 1. close one's eyes; 2. be lethargic; 3. be inattentive

ilycant /iliˈkant/ v-al. start, begin

ilycioagc /iliˈkjɔnk/ n. prefix

ilwdh /iˈluð/ n. (pl. sȃil-adh /sa͡ɪ̯ˈlə͡a̯ð/) jewel, gem

ilwly /iˈluli/ a. taboo, forbidden

imbel /imˈbɛl/ n. (pl. sambel /sambɛl/) ceremonial procession out of village

imȏȃchbw /imo̯͡ɔχˈbu/ n. universal principle, quality of being amazing, surprising, dazzling

imoachuin /imɔχˈwin/ n-cl. (no sg.) wonder, amazement, bedazzlement

impaltan /impalˈtan/ v-i. crawl [in- + palt- ‘walk’]

imposuan /impoˈswan/ v-i. prostrate oneself [in- + posw ‘face’]

indhesht-r /inˈðɛʃtə̥r/ v-i., v-t. write (at length, exploring a topic; not merely recording facts) [in- + dhesht-r ‘think’]

indhwf /inˈðuɸ/ v-p. flood [in- + thwf ‘rain’]

ineb /iˈnɛb/ v-i. go away, go off, leave (destination unknown to speaker)

inetfian /inɛtɸiˈan/ v-t. throw to the ground [in- + etfi- ‘throw’]

inetrafan /inɛtraˈɸan/ v-i. sink all the way to the bottom [in- + etraf- ‘sink’]

inlwnan /inluˈnan/ v-t. slither

inoash /iˈnɔʃ/ adv. ever, sometime, never

inoatan /inɔˈtan/ v-t. bury

inoec /iˈno̯͡ɛk/ a. ugly

inorai /iˈnora͡ɪ̯/ v-i. lie down [in- + orai- ‘be tall’]

inoscan /inoˈskan/ v-t. smear, spread, wipe [in- + osc- ‘spread, disperse’]

inshoalch /inˈʃɔlχ/ v-al. be absorbed into [in- + shoalch ‘vanish’]

inswpan /insuˈpan/ v-i. create shade, cast a shadow [in- + iswp ‘shadow’]

ins-arȏan /inˈsə͡a̯ro̯͡an/ n. (pl. llensa’rȏan /ɬɛnˈsə͡a̯ro̯͡an/) bat [? + rȏȃn ‘at night’]

intel-t /inˈtɛlə̥t/ n. (pl. rwntel-t /runˈtɛlə̥t/) valley

intethȗon /inˈtɛθwon/ v-i. run

intwcha /inˈtuχa/ n-cl. (sg. intwgc /inˈtunk/) rat

intweb /intuˈɛb/ v-i. misstep; v-p. trip over

intypan /intiˈpan/ v-t. push into the ground

inuncw̑ /iˈnunku/ n. 1. straggler; 2. someone slow; 3. someone mentally slow

inwreb /inuˈrɛb/ v-i. speak rudely, disrespectfully, roughly

iny /ˈini/ n. strength, force, power

inynint /iniˈnint/ n. (pl. tenynint /tɛniˈnint/) 1. confusion, befuddlement; 2. disorder, disarray

ioan /jɔn/ n. sleep: cen siab ioan ‘he's sleeping’

ioar /jɔr/ n. strip, strap, band

ioarochan /jɔroˈχan/ v-i. fall apart, break up, disintegrate

ioaych /jɔˈiχ/ n. (pl. wiach /uˈjaχ/) broth

ioȇf /ˈjo.ɛɸ/ v-i., v-al., v-s. dissemble, pretend to be, put on airs, bluff

iofsw̑ /ˈjoɸ.su/ n. disguise

iogchach /joˈχaχ/ a. slippery [obs. iogch ‘ice’ + -ach]

iomȏat /joˈmo̯͡at/ adv. while awake in between periods of sleep at night

iplas /iˈplas/ n. fever

iplw /iˈplu/ n. imitation, copy

iplwtan /ipluˈtan/ v-t. imitate, copy

iposc /iˈposk/ n. lower jaw, chin

iposcȇt /iˈposkɛt/ n. upper jaw

iptetot /iptɛˈtot/ n. (pl. toeftetot /to̯͡ɛɸtɛˈtot/) which part?, which side?

ipwp-l /iˈpupə̥l/ n. story, legend, myth

irich /iˈriχ/ (also irichan /iriˈχan/) v-t. be cruel to

irierachan /irˌjɛraˈχan/ v-t. blend

irȏȃp /iˈro̯͡ɔp/ v-t. get, hit, catch, kill

irw /iˈru/ n. plow

iry /ˈiri/ n. chickpea

iscȃsh /ˈiskaʃ/ (also isc̾ȃsh /ˈisχaʃ/) n. older brother

iscianȃp /iˈskjanap/ n-cl. (no sg.) hive

iscȏȃmp /iˈsko̯͡ɔmp/ n. 1. great urgency, desperation; 2. utmost, maximal, sheer, all-out, ultimate, greatest

isc̾yȃch /isˈχi.aχ/ a. friendly, affable, warm, congenial, chummy, pleasant, nice

isham /iˈʃam/ n. (def. imshalc /imˈʃalk/, pl. tafiesham /taɸjɛˈʃam/, def. pl. tafiemshalc /taɸjɛmˈʃalk/) buddy, pal, chum, friend

ishascȇch /iˈʃaskɛχ/ v-i. be specious, misleading, superficial, deceptive

ishmacta /iˈʃmakta/ v-t. kill (Obj: insect, pest)

isloeui /isˈlo̯͡ɛwi/ n. (def. isloau-ch /isˈlɔwə̥χ/, pl. tafiesham /taɸjɛˈʃam/, def. pl. tafiemshalc /taɸjɛmˈʃalk/) quail

ismynt /isˈmint/ a. hideous, repulsive, revolting, disgusting, horrible, horrifying, horrific

ismyntȃch /isˈmintaχ/ a. unfriendly, cold, antagonistic, antisocial, inhospitable, misanthropic

ismynteb /isminˈtɛb/ v-t. horrify, repulse, disgust

ismy-reb /isˈmi͡ə̯rɛb/ v-ab. have contempt for, scorn

isna /ˈisna/ n. (pl. uesna /ˈwɛsna/, def. pl. wsnac /usˈnak/) ear

isnir /isˈnir/ n. (pl. t-shnir /tə̥ˈʃnir/) river

isniran /isniˈran/ v-i. 1. flow, pour; 2. slip, slide

isnirauȋsh /isniˈrawiʃ/ n. (pl. t-shnirauȋsh /tə̥ʃniˈrawiʃ/) 1. constriction, narrowing; 2. funnel [isnir- ‘flow’ + -auȋsh]

isnirnofan /isnirnoˈɸan/ v-t. spill [isnir- ‘flow’ + -nof]

isnoch /isˈnoχ/ n. (pl. t-shnoch /tə̥ˈʃnoχ/) 1. guest, visitor, stranger; 2. something present only temporarily, fleeting, transient

isnoeshet /isno̯͡ɛˈʃɛt/ v-i. cover one’s ears [isna ‘ear’ + -oeshet]

isnwc /isˈnuk/ n. (def. isnoac /isˈnɔk/, pl. tegciadh /tɛnˈkjað/, def. pl. tegciedh /tɛnˈkjɛð/) thief

isnyn /isˈnin/ v-i. 1. be sleepy, drowsy; 2. rock, sway

isny-not /isˈni͡ə̯not/ n. (pl. t-shny-not /tə̥ˈʃni͡ə̯not/) wave (in water) [isnyn + -nȏt ‘rock, sway’]

isn-st /ˈisnə̥st/ n-cl. (def. cl. isn-ast-s /isˈnə͡a̯stə̥s/, no sg.) brothers

ispafan /ispaˈɸan/ v-i. cross, ford

ispotȃp /isˈpotap/ n-cl. (no sg.) recipe

ispwn /isˈpun/ d. only, sole, alone

iswp /iˈsup/ n. (def. ishwf-ch /iˈʃuɸə̥χ/) shadow

itcan /itˈkan/ v-t. to make someone fed up with, sick of; be gross, tiresome, contemptible to

itco /ˈitko/ a. brown, gray

itegcwlch /itɛnˈkulχ/ n-cl. (sg. itegthw /iˌtɛˈθu/) hail: itegcwlch thwfia ‘it's hailing’

ith /iθ/ n. hook, clasp, handle (curved), knob

ithenpaluach /ɛˌχwɛnpalˈwaχ/ a. 1. vague, unclear, blurry; 2. distracting, confusing, throwing off [ithon ’smolder’ + palu- ‘look at’ + -ach]

ithioac /iθˈjɔk/ n. (pl. wthioac /uθˈjɔk/) forest, woods

ithon /iˈθon/ v-i. smolder, glow, burn

itȏan /iˈto̯͡an/ v-t. 1. betray, double-cross (politically), renege; 2. surprise, be unexpected

itoeshuash /iˈto̯͡ɛʃwaʃ/ n-cl. bark, barking

itrawt /itraˈut/ n. acorn

itreby̑s /iˈtrɛbis/ v-t. wash, clean (Obj: clothing)

itryoa /iˈtri.ɔ/ r. different, unlike

iwdh /iˈuð/ i. listen up!, hark!

iwfalnȏa̾ch /juˈɸalno̯͡aχ/ a. 1. snide, sneering, nasty, haughty, holier-than-thou; 2. shrill, grating

iwfalnȏan /juɸalˈno̯͡an/ v-l. scrape, scratch noisily

iwfef-p /juˈɸɛɸə̥p/ n. vinegar

iwgcuarwn /junkwaˈrun/ n. salamander

iwno̾ap /ˈjunɔp/ n. festival, holiday

iwn-f /ˈjunə̥ɸ/ n. snack

iwpai /ˈjupa͡ɪ̯/ adv. too late

iwpontan /juponˈtan/ v-i. 1. stutter, stammer, slur, speak with an accent; 2. sound strange; v-p. drown out, speak over

iwpontoadh /juponˈtɔð/ n. feeling of being inarticulate, unable to express onself [iwpont- ‘stammer’ + -oadh]

iwteb /juˈtɛb/ v-i. defend oneself, resist, fight back

iwun /jun/ n. (def. iwuen /juˈwɛn/) 1. muck, mire; 2. clay

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lache /ˈlaχɛ/ n. phlegm

laireb /ˈla͡ɪ̯rɛb/ v-loc. hit, make contact with

laleb /laˈlɛb/ v-i. live, be alive; v-ab. survive

lalpoa /ˈlalpɔ/ n. life (period of time)

lalt /lalt/ n. life

lash /laʃ/ c. resulting in

lec-s /ˈlɛkə̥s/ i. look at this though, compare, contrast it to this

leclweret /ˌlɛklu.ɛˈrɛt/ v-t. be in the background, be constant, be present

ledh’cemaint /ˌlɛðkɛˈma͡ɪ̯nt/ num. 128

lef /lɛɸ/ pro. she

lelchlich /lɛlχˈliχ/ a. irritable, surly, disgruntled, grumpy, grumbling [lel- + old. chlich ‘dark’]

lelfȏarnoc /lɛlˈɸo̯͡arnok/ a., n. 1. broken, cracked, fractured, snapped, ruptured, burst; 2. ruined, disabled; 3. dilapidated, worn, run-down, decrepit, derelict, rickety; 4. no good, useless, worthless [lel- + fȏarnoc ‘break, ruin’]

lelfȏa̾shach /lɛlɸo̯͡aˈʃaχ/ a. 1. generous, magnanimous; 2. excessive [lel- + ifȏash- ‘be generous; act excessively’ + -ach]

lelfw-th /lɛlˈɸu.ə̥θ/ a. spotted, speckled

lelllwrnȃch /lɛlˈɬurnaχ/ (also leliwrnȃch /lɛlˈjurnaχ/) a. 1. weak, not strong, feeble, frail; 2. weak-willed, noncommittal, indecisive, passive [lel- + llwrn- ‘give up, let alone’ + -ach]

lelmoantȏc /lɛlˈmɔntok/ a. flavorful, rich [lel- + moantȏc ‘herb’]

lelplyedhuoadh /lɛlpliɛˈðwɔð/ n. feeling of wanting to talk, socialize [lel- + plyedhw̑ ‘mouth’ + -oadh]

lelplyedhw̑ /lɛlpliˈɛðu/ a. talkative, garrulous, loquacious [lel- + plyedhw̑ ‘mouth’]

lelsuir /lɛlˈswir/ a. hairy [lel- + suiȓ ‘hair’]

lelsyb /lɛlˈsib/ a. 1. laden with fruit; 2. weighed down, burdened; 3. fertile, fruitful, productive [lel- + syb ‘fruit’]

leltalet /lɛltaˈlɛt/ a. having many children [lel- + talet ‘baby’]

leltogt /lɛlˈtot/ a. rotten, decayed [lel- + togt- ‘rot’]

lelwth /lɛˈluθ/ n. clover

lemp /lɛmp/ v-i. be angry

lentȃth /ˈlɛntaθ/ n. 1. range, reach, span, extent, territory, view, field of vision; 2. plan, prospects, outcome

lerymwn /lɛriˈmun/ n. craving

lȇsai /lɛˈsa͡ɪ̯/ a. possible, plausible

let /lɛt/ d. half

letich /lɛˈtiχ/ n. middle; pre. between

leuunt /lɛˈwunt/ n. cup, mug (short)

liatyep /li.atiˈɛp/ n. (pl. maroetyep /maro̯͡ɛtiˈɛp/) hyena

lilwm /liˈlum/ n. bottle, flask

limansw̑ /liˈmansu/ n. knife

limes /liˈmɛs/ a. short (length)

limesan /limɛˈsan/ v-s. manage to, bring oneself to, set someone to, get someone to

limesȇch /liˈmɛsɛχ/ v-t. 1. shorten, cut; 2. scrunch, squeeze, pucker, tighten; 3. dilute, water down, adulterate, weaken

liuegc /liˈwɛnk/ n-cl. seaweed

llais /ɬa͡ɪ̯s/ n. smoke

llaisan /ɬa͡ɪ̯ˈsan/ v-i. 1. cough; 2. smoke [emit smoke due to burning]

llaisauȋsh /ɬa͡ɪ̯ˈsawiʃ/ n. chimney [llais ‘smoke’ + -auȋsh]

llaisuonpw̑ /ɬa͡ɪ̯ˈswonpu/ n. epiglottis

llantwmysc /ˌɬantuˈmisk/ n. journey, trip

llan-sh /ˈɬanə̥ʃ/ n. flock, herd (domesticated)

llefȏȃsh /ɬɛˈɸo̯͡ɔʃ/ adv. 1. as a rant, tirade; 2. as an avalanche, torrent, hail

llefoȇr /ɬɛˈɸo.ɛr/ n-cl. damage

llefoerauȋsh /ɬɛɸo̯͡ɛˈrawiʃ/ n. patch, fix, repair [llefoȇr ‘damage’ + -auȋsh]

llenecholl /ɬɛnɛˈχoɬ/ n. carrot

llenȏatuash /ɬɛˈno̯͡atwaʃ/ n-cl. pandemonium, chaos, tumult, panic

llen-sab /ɬɛnə̥ˈsab/ n-cl. (no sg.) boredom

llif /ɬiɸ/ d. (pl. t-llif /tə̥ˈɬiɸ/) all

llif-shyr /ɬiɸə̥ˈʃir/ n-cl. atrocities, barbarities, villainies, crimes

llin /ɬin/ a. good

lloab /ɬɔb/ n. pouch, purse

llȏamu /ˈɬo̯͡amu/ d. for example

lloash /ɬɔʃ/ n. love

lloashan /ɬɔˈʃan/ v-t. love

lloashe /ˈɬɔʃɛ/ c. (pl. t-lloashe /tə̥ˈɬɔʃɛ/) but, however, though

lloeloel /ˈɬo̯͡ɛlo̯ɛl/ or /ɬo̯͡ɛˈlo̯ɛl/ n. conch shell

lloenpwresh /ɬo̯͡ɛnpuˈrɛʃ/ n.: thy ~ troubling, disturbing

lloer-bw /ɬurˈnɛn/ n. non-interference, acceptance [llwrn- ’leave be’ + -bw]

llolaich-t /ɬoˈla͡ɪ̯χə̥t/ n. foolish idea

lloll /ɬoɬ/ n. tongue

llololoch /ɬoloˈloχ/ a. fluffy, puffy, puffed up

llollȏs /ˈɬoɬos/ n. saliva, spit

lloreb /ɬoˈrɛb/ v-al. 1. lick; 2. sip [lloll ‘tongue’ + -reb]

llosa /ˈɬosa/ a. 1. white; 2. albino

lloscan /ɬoˈskan/ v-i. roll

llosh-p /ˈɬoʃə̥p/ n. throat, esophagus

llugcwiwc /ɬunkuˈjuk/ v-i. wave

llunasy̑ /ˈɬunasi/ n. (pl. sallnasy̑ /ˈsaɬnasi/) sea

llwgcwn /ɬunˈkun/ n. basin, bowl

llwgcwnio̾ac /ɬunˈkunjɔk/ n. vase

llwnoedhan /ɬuno̯͡ɛˈðan/ v-t. thank

llwnoedhoadh /ɬuno̯͡ɛˈðɔð/ n. gratitude, appreciation

llwnshec /ɬunʃɛk/ n. gratitude, appreciation

llwrnen /ɬurˈnɛn/ v-ab. 1. put down, take off, remove; 2. give up, renounce; v-al. spare, leave be, let alone

llwsman /ɬusˈman/ v-t., v-s. suggest, recommend, propose

llwsmoth /ɬusˈmoθ/ n. suggestion, recommendation, proposal, idea

llyb /ɬib/ n-cl. (sg. llwȇgc /ˈɬu.ɛnk/) weeds

llyll /ɬiɬ/ n. (pl. nwlley̑ll /nuˈɬɛ.iɬ/) bay

llynȏaran /ɬino̯͡aˈran/ v-i. swim

llynȏarnot /ɬiˈno̯͡arnot/ n. fin [llynȏar- ‘swim’ + -nȏt]

llyntan /ɬinˈtan/ v-i. vomit, throw up

llys-acuoac /ɬiˈsə͡a̯kwɔk/ n. bracelet

lȏȃc /lo̯͡ɔk/ n. (pl. ilȏȃc /iˈlo̯͡ɔk/) tree

lȏȃdh /lo̯͡ɔð/ v-t. knead

loal /lɔl/ n. (def. loal-ch /ˈlɔlə̥χ/, pl. loauoal /lɔˈwɔl/, def. pl. loauoal-ch /lɔˈwɔlə̥χ/) guard

lochua /ˈloχwa/ a. red

loent /lo̯͡ɛnt/ a. next

logc /lonk/ n. shield

loiem /loˈjɛm/ n. crop

loltan /lolˈtan/ v-t. 1. close, shut; 2. fold up, roll up; 3. extinguish, put out; 4. fill up; v-i. 1. stop, cut it out; 2. give up; v-p. cover, enclose

lolw /loˈlu/ n. (pl. t-shibȇt /tə̥ˈʃibɛt/) slave

lol-t /ˈlolə̥t/ a. specific, particular, personal, private

lont /lont/ v-ab. refuse

luiwth /luθ/ n. (pl. luiyth /luˈiθ/) ramification, secondary effect [ext. lwth ‘effect’]

lurpaish /lurˈpa͡ɪ̯ʃ/ n. (def. lurpaiesh /lurpa͡ɪ̯ˈɛʃ/, pl. noasloarpȃish /nɔsˈlɔrpa͡ɪ̯ʃ/, def. pl. noasloarpaiesh /nɔslɔrpa͡ɪ̯ˈɛʃ/) buffoon, clown, fool

lwch /luχ/ n. kindness

lwgȇch /ˈlu.ɛχ/ v-i. go around in a circle

lwlnw̑ /ˈlulnu/ v-t. weave

lwnodh /luˈnoð/ n. 1. circle, ring; 2. dome

lwnwntoth /lununˈtoθ/ n. skink [lwnwr ‘snake’ + tantoth ‘legs’]

lwnwr /luˈnur/ n. (pl. taflwnwr /taɸluˈnur/) snake

lwnwchleb /lunuχˈlɛb/ n. viper

lwra /ˈlura/ pre. for

lwran /luˈran/ v-al. 1. want, desire; 2. mean

lwrant /luˈran/ n. 1. want, desire; 2. goal, motive, motivation, incentive, reason; 3. meaning, definition

lwrot /luˈrot/ n. which? how? what? (to clarify what intention); d. whichever, however, whatever

lwshit /luˈʃit/ n. tower

lwt /lut/ num. seven

lwth /luθ/ n. (pl. liyth /liθ/) 1. result, product, outcome; 2. relevance, importance

lwwluedh /lu.ulˈwɛð/ n. marriage ceremony [rel. lwlnw̑ ‘weave’ + uedh]

lyethwt /li.ɛˈθut/ n. 1. filling, stuffing, innards, insides; 2. insulation

lym /lim/ n. younger brother

lymwm /liˈmum/ n. youngest brother [ext. lym ‘younger brother’]

lyn /lin/ v-t. stop (Obj: someone); v-i. stumble, lose balance

lys /lis/ n. depression, shallow or sunken place; ~ tagnapte valley

l-asc /lə͡a̯sk/ n. (pl. wl-sh /uˈlə̥ʃ/) pot

l-ascos /ˈlə͡a̯skos/ n-cl. clay suitable for pottery [l-asc ‘pot’ + -ȏs]

m

machfȇch /ˈmaχɸɛχ/ v-ab. be fascinated by, be enthralled by, be obsessed with

machfwn /maχˈɸun/ n. prophet

machw /maˈχu/ n. wake, trail; pre. behind, after, following

machwȇch /maˈχu.ɛχ/ v-al. follow, track

magc /mank/ n-cl. weapons, weaponry

main /ma͡ɪ̯n/ n-cl. (sg. maigȇgc /ˈma͡ɪ̯.ɛnk/) garlic

maran /maˈran/ v-t., v-s. 1. say; 2. make a sound (S: animal, person): shel io marto itoeshuash ‘the dog is barking’

marbielithen /marˌbjɛliˈθɛn/ v-i. chatter

maremw /marɛˈmu/ n. 1. waiting; 2. lasting, living; 3. time; ~ iny persistence, determination, courage; ~ faȏs season

maremwch /marɛˈmuχ/ n. era, age

marmai /ˈmarma͡ɪ̯/ a. green

marmwadh /marmuˈað/ v-al. wait for, anticipate; v-p. 1. last, live out; 2. be long-term, chronic, protacted, lifelong

marnonan /marnoˈnan/ v-p. nag, pester, push

maruedh /marˈwɛð/ n. word [mar- ‘say’ + -uedh]

mar-mwbw /ˌmarə̥muˈbu/ n. unchangingness, immutability, eternality [maremw ‘last’ + -bw]

ma-nchiwr /ma͡ə̯nχiˈur/ a. dangerous, threatening, foreboding

ma-nchiwrȃp /ma͡ə̯nχiˈuraθ/ n-cl. (sg. ma-nchiwrȃgc /ma͡ə̯nχiˈurank/) troubles, problems, concerns, dangers

ma-nchiwroadh /ma͡ə̯nχi.uˈrɔð/ n. feeling of being troubled, precouppied or weighed down with problems [ma-nchiwrȃp + -oadh]

mecerw̑ /mɛˈkɛru/ n. ravine, gorge, canyon

mechailan /mɛχaɪ̯ˈlan/ v-t. demean, ridicule, act condescendingly to

mecȏantan /mɛko̯͡anˈtan/ v-i. remember (used mainly as imperative)

meieren /mɛjɛˈrɛn/ v-t. 1. caress, pet; 2. comb

mel /mɛl/ n. person

melceb /mɛlˈkɛb/ v-t. hit, bump into

melfwm /ˈmɛlɸɛm/ n. Melfwm language

melfwntan /mɛlɸɛnˈtan/ v-i. speak Melfwm

melier /mɛlˈjɛr/ n-cl. (no sg.) spiral, swirl

melȏashan /mɛlo̯͡aˈʃan/ v-t. touch, be touching (involuntary); v-i. make sense, be reasonable, be logical

melȏashoagc /mɛlo̯͡aˈʃɔnk/ n. rationale, vindication, proof, justification

meloet /mɛˈlo̯͡ɛt/ n. (pl. llemeloȇt /ɬɛˈmɛlo̯͡ɛt/) brick

mema /ˈmɛma/ n-cl. (sg. memȇgc /ˈmɛmɛnk/) bubble

memetan /mɛmɛˈtan/ v-t. have (long-term)

mepo̾at /ˈmɛpɔt/ n. butter

merac /mɛˈrak/ a. 1. slow; 2. thick (consistency), viscous; 3. crowded, dense; 4. concentrated, in the form of syrup or molasses

merar /mɛˈrar/ adv. recently, previously, earlier

merarȏan /mɛraˈro̯͡an/ adv. last night, one of the last few nights [merar ‘earlier’ + rȏan ‘at night’]

mera-p /mɛˈra͡ə̯p/ num. sixteen

merceb /mɛrˈkɛb/ v-i. 1. thicken; 2. solidify, congeal, clot [tr. meraceb]

mercenȏt /mɛrˈkɛnot/ n. 1. scab, clot; 2. callus [merceb ‘thicken' + -nȏt]

merchuylin /mɛrχwiˈlin/ see merchuylwn

merchuylwn /mɛrχwiˈlun/ or merchuylin /mɛrχwiˈlin/ n-cl. (no sg.) suffering, agony

merellais /ˌmɛrɛˈɬa͡ɪ̯s/ n. 1. something split up, apportioned, parceled out; 2. something given away [mer- + ellais ‘apportion’]

merfach /mɛrˈɸaχ/ a. hard to understand, unintelligible, incoherent [merfȃp ’swamp’ + -ach]

merfaluach /ˌmɛrɸalˈwaχ/ a. indistinct, hard to make out [merfach ’incoherent’ + palu- ’see’ + -ach]

merfȃp /ˈmɛrɸap/ n-cl. (no sg.) swamp

merfȏs /ˈmɛrɸos/ n-cl. mud [merfȃp ‘swamp’ + ȏs]

meriswp /mɛriˈsup/ a. 1. dark, dim; 2. obscured, hidden [mer- + iswp ‘shadow’]

mermarmwadh /mɛrmarmuˈað/ a. anticipated, hoped for, at long last [mer- + marmwadh ‘anticipate’]

mermȇsh /ˈmɛrmɛʃ/ n-cl. (sg. mermȇgc /ˈmɛrmɛnk/) fire

mermw̑ /ˈmɛrmu/ n. ceremonial scarf

mermwsc /mɛrˈmusk/ n. bundle, bale [mer- + mwsc- ‘bundle’]

mermyst /mɛrˈmist/ n. cooked food, prepared food

merpesh-ch /mɛrˈpɛʃə̥χ/ a. just picked, fresh [mer- + pesh-ch- ‘pick’]

mystot /misˈtot/ n. (pl. poemystot /po̯͡ɛmisˈtot/) what/which food? [rel. mermyst ‘prepared food’]

merȏan /mɛˈro̯͡an/ v-t. tell

meroareb /mɛrɔˈrɛb/ v-i. 1. move slowly; 2. be tired; 3. mumble, mutter, speak indistinctly [merac + -reb]

meroedh /mɛˈro̯͡ɛð/ n. telling

merplwsan /mɛrpluˈsan/ v-i. be cared for, taken care of, nurtured; 2. be protected, defended; 3. be safe, secure [mer- + plws ‘take care of, nurture’]

merplwsoadh /mɛrpluˈsɔð/ n. 1. feeling of safety, security; 2. feeling of being nurtured, cared for [mer- + plws ‘take care of, nurture’ + -oadh]

mersamwgcwȇch /ˌmɛrsamunˈku.ɛχ/ v-i. 1. be dizzy; 2. be overwhelmed, upended; 3. be dizzy (figuratively), giddy, woozy, weak in the knees, dazzled; 4. be hungover, have a hangover [mer- + samwgcwi ‘tornado’]

mersoarpontet /mɛrˌsɔrponˈtɛt/ v-i. be discontented, disgruntled, irritated, upset [mer- + soarpontet ‘unresolved’ < soar- + ponti ‘peace’]

mert-gt /ˈmɛrtə̥χt/ i. 1. what pity, what a shame; 2. it's hopeless

meryfan /mɛriˈɸan/ v-i. be fortunate, lucky (generally in life) [mer- + yf ‘gift’]

meshchwi /mɛʃˈχu.i/ a. acceptable, ok

meshlys /mɛʃˈlis/ a. perfect

methit /mɛˈθit/ n. (pl. lloethȋt /ɬo̯͡ɛˈθit/) bird

metoȇr /mɛˈto.ɛr/ n-cl. 1. power, authority; 2. mastery, proficiency

metot /mɛˈtot/ n. (pl. sametot /samɛˈtot/) where?

meuȋth /ˈmɛwiθ/ n. stamen

mianwscuȇsh /mjaˈnuskwɛʃ/ n. (def. mian-scuesh /mjanə̥ˈskwɛʃ/, pl. llenienscuȇsh /ɬɛˈnjɛnskwɛʃ/, def. pl. llenien-scuesh /ɬɛˌnjɛnə̥ˈskwɛʃ/) bean

mias /mjas/ v-i. burst out, burst up

mintȏan /minˈto̯͡an/ v-i. be sweet (taste)

mintȏs /ˈmintos/ n. honey

mintuir /minˈtwir/ a. sweet (taste)

mintuȏreb /minˈtu͡o̯rɛb/ v-al. find something sweet (taste)

mire /ˈmirɛ/ n. amount, quantity, volume

miret /miˈrɛt/ v-i. increase, multiply

miscoemp /miˈsko̯͡ɛmp/ n. brook, stream

moach /mɔχ/ n. queen

mȏant /mo̯͡ant/ n. grandmother

moanplorouywr /ˌmɔnploˌrowiˈur/ n. poison hemlock [moantȏc ‘herb’ + plorouywr ‘vertigo’]

moantȏc /ˈmɔntok/ n-cl. herb

moelydh /ˈmo̯͡ɛlið/ n. mankind, humanity

moon /moˈon/ n. (def. moogch /moˈoχ/, pl. marmoon /marmoˈon/, def. pl. marmoogch /marmoˈoχ/) pistachio

mulwr /muˈlur/ n. (pl. samlwr /samˈlur/) chair, seat

mwchoelychoadh /muχo̯͡ɛliˈχɔð/ n. feeling of fuming, seething, smoldering

mwfian /muˈɸjan/ v-i. float

mwfnȏt /ˈmuɸnot/ n. raft

mwllan /muˈɬan/ v-t. 1. soak, steep, let sit; 2. dissolve

mwn /mun/ n. beauty, grace, dignity

mwp /mup/ n. (pl. mwiwp /muˈjup/) invader

mwplet /muˈplɛt/ v-t. halve, cut in half, split in half

mwpoar /muˈpɔr/ v-p. invade

mwr1 /mur/ n. 1. squandering, profligacy, waste; 2. reckless use, carelessness, negligence

mwr2 /mur/ i. what?, well? (prompting someone to say something)

mwroadh /muˈrɔð/ n. feeling of not knowing what to say, speechlessness [mwr ‘what?’ + -oadh]

mwrwch /muˈruχ/ n. (def. mwruȏch /muˈru͡o̯χ/) cake

mwrwsc̾ach /murusˈχaχ/ a. contemptible, reprehensible, shameful, wicked, heinous

mwsc /musk/ n. finger

mwscan /muˈskan/ v-t. tie together, tie up, bundle, bind; v-al. 1. pick at, scratch, rub; 2. pluck out

mydhw̑ /ˈmiðu/ n. family

myriwn /mirˈjun/ v-t. excite

mysti /ˈmisti/ n. cook, chef

mystio̾ac /ˈmistjɔk/ a. good cook [mysti ‘cook’ + -uo̾ac]

m-sha-ch /mə̥ˈʃa͡ə̯χ/ n-cl. horrors, horrifying things, terrors; i. the horror!, horrible!, how horrifying!

n

naib-r /ˈna͡ɪ̯bə̥r/ n. monastery

nainet /na͡ɪ̯ˈnɛt/ v-t. carve

nai-sigc /na͡ɪ̯.ə̥ˈsink/ n.convent

naptyn /napˈtin/ n. (pl. noaftyn /nɔɸˈtin/) 1. part, section, piece; 2. element, aspect; ~ focȗos characteristic, quality, aspect (of appearance or manner); ~ posw facial characteristic

naptynȏt /napˈtinot/ n. (pl. noaftynȏt /nɔɸˈtinot/) spot, blotch, discoloration, blemish, drop, dot, bit

natiet /naˈtjɛt/ n. (def. natiec /naˈtjɛk/) storm

nebwt /nɛˈbut/ v-i. rage, be furious

negcȏagc /nɛnˈko̯͡ank/ n. (pl. tantegcȏagc /tanˌtɛnˈko̯͡ank/) bead

nelfie /ˈnɛlɸjɛ/ n. grandfather

neloagcuo̾ac /nɛˈlɔnkwɔk/ a. edible, useful (plant) [old. nelogc ‘plant’ + -uo̾ac with assimilation of /o/ to /ɔ/]

nemoȇrwr /nɛmo̯͡ɛˈrur/ a. astringent [ext. nemwr ‘bitter’]

nemuȏreb /nɛˈmu͡o̯rɛb/ v-al. 1. find something bitter; 2. dislike (Obj: food) [nemwr ‘bitter’ -reb]

nemwr /nɛˈmur/ a. bitter (taste)

nena /ˈnɛna/ n. head; pre. on

nenoac /nɛˈnɔk/ n. blindfold

nentwchan /nɛntuˈχan/ v-i. 1. move (body); 2. behave, act, do (in a certain manner); v-t. handle, manage, deal with, cope with, relate to, treat

nescashȗat /nɛˈskaʃwat/ n. (pl. tantescashȗat /tantɛˈskaʃwat/) pillow

neshoshuȋsh /nɛˈʃoʃwiʃ/ n. (pl. tanteshoshuȋsh /tantɛˈʃoʃwiʃ/) reversal, turnabout, about-face, upheaval

neshwmet /nɛʃuˈmɛt/ v-t. turn over, flip over, turn around 180 degrees

netfi /ˈnɛtɸi/ n. 1. end; 2. last one; 3. limit, border

niaran /njaˈran/ n. tar, pitch, bitumen

nicwnan /nikuˈnan/ v-i. pray

niorȇsh /ˈnjorɛʃ/ n. shoulder

nipes /niˈpɛs/ pro. it

nirfoeran /niɸo͡ɛ̯ˈran/ v-t. carry (Obj: person)

nirythan /niriˈθan/ v-i. converse, speak, talk

nish-ceb /niʃə̥ˈkɛb/ v-t. spy on, watch unseen (as when hunting), surveil, observe

noachw̑m /ˈnɔχum/ n-cl. (def. cl. noachiam /nɔχˈjam/ or noach-am /nɔχˈə͡a̯m/, sg. tochim /toˈχim/, def. sg. tochecna /toˈχɛkna/) seeds

nȏall /no̯͡aɬ/ n-cl. straw, thatch

noant /nɔnt/ v-al. look for, search for, seek

noanti-bw /nɔntjə̥ˈbu/ n. 1. inquisitiveness, curiosity; 2. eagerness, enthusiasm, ardor, spirit of adventure, zest for life [noant ‘seek’ + -bw]

noantoadh /nɔntˈɔð/ n. enthusiasm [noant ‘seek’ + -oadh]

noantoedhai /nɔnˈto̯͡ɛða͡ɪ̯/ v-t. 1. encourage, goad, push; 2. cheer up [noant ‘seek’ + -oadh + -ai]

noapan /nɔˈpan/ v-i. cry; v-t. pity, feel sorry for

noapȏs /ˈnɔpos/ n-cl. tears (fluid) [noap- ‘cry’ + -ȏs]

noaptw /nɔpˈtu/ n. (pl. inȏap /iˈno̯͡ap/) 1. stick; 2. pole, bar

noarai /ˈnɔra͡ɪ̯/ v-t. 1. maintain, keep going, hold steady; 2. keep trying, practice

noaran /nɔˈran/ v-i., v-l. stay, remain, last, endure, be preserved

noatac /nɔˈtak/ n. ice

nȏatacet /no̯͡ataˈkɛt/ v-ab. 1. squint at; 2. be sensitive to, attuned to, aware of, cognizant of, mindful of

noati /ˈnɔti/ n. sprout, shoot

noatian /nɔtˈjan/ v-i. sprout

noayst /nɔˈist/ n. 1. thing, object; 2. something

nobesh /noˈbɛʃ/ n. curtain

nochobȃn /noˈχoban/ v-i. melt

nochysh /noˈχiʃ/ n. (pl. posc̾ysh /posˈχiʃ/) disaster, tragedy

nodhesh /noˈðɛʃ/ v-i. yawn

nodhodh /noˈðoð/ v-l. check an area thoroughly

noeltan /no̯͡ɛlˈtan/ v-al. find, find out, discover, realize

noeltedh /ˈno̯͡ɛltɛð/ n. finding, discovery, realization

noer /no̯͡ɛr/ n. (pl. tantoer /tanˈto̯͡ɛr/) horn

noer-syf /no̯͡ɛrə̥ˈsiɸ/ n. caraway seed

noethoath /ˈno̯͡ɛθɔθ/ n. 1. uniqueness, singularity; 2. solitude, loneliness (also noȇthoadh /no̯͡ɛˈθɔð/ in this sense)

noetyscauȋsh /no̯͡ɛtiˈskawiʃ/ n. medicine [noetysc- ‘be sick’ + -auȋsh]

noetyscet /no̯͡ɛtiˈskɛt/ v-i. be sick, be ill

noetyscȇt /no̯͡ɛˈtiskɛt/ n. sick person, ill person, patient [noetysc- ‘be sick’ + -ȇt]

nom /nom/ a. yellow/light green

nomw̑ /ˈnomu/ n. mother

nonesi /noˈnɛsi/ n. flaw, imperfection, defect, error

non-sbw /ˌnonə̥sˈbu/ n. imperfection (general idea) [nonesi ‘imperfection’ + -bw]

nonor /noˈnor/ n. railing, parapet, banister, balustrade

nonwll /noˈnuɬ/ n. gate

nop1 /nop/ v-t. 1. touch, feel (S: human or animal; voluntary); 2. consider, think about

nop2 /nop/ n. (pl. sanop /saˈnop/) slit, slot, crevice, crack, indentation, cleft

noploellan /noplo̯͡ɛˈɬan/ v-t. learn (Obj: language)

noruach /norˈwaχ/ a. 1. nervous, anxious, jumpy, restless, worried; 2. irritable, prickly; 3. upset, disturbed, bothered

noruesh /norˈwɛʃ/ c. (pl. santoruesh /santorˈwɛʃ/) or possibly, maybe

norunofan /norunoˈɸan/ v-t. move around hurriedly, rummage through

nosaify /noˈsa͡ɪ̯ɸi/ n. aquamarine

nosnif /nosˈniɸ/ n. (def. nosnief /nosniˈɛɸ/, pl. tefnosnif /tɛɸnosˈniɸ/, def. pl. tefnosnief /tɛɸnosniˈɛɸ/) jug

noth /noθ/ n. (pl. tantoth /tanˈtoθ/) 1. leg, foot; 2. root

nothoeshet /noθo̯͡ɛˈʃɛt/ v-t. 1. step on [noth ‘foot’ + -oesh]; 2. land on, alight on; 3. put on (Obj: shoe)

notob /noˈtob/ n-cl. (sg. notogc /noˈtonk/) pig

nuȏpot /ˈnu͡o̯pot n. sapphire

nuȏt-c /ˈnu͡o̯tə̥k/ n. language

nuȏt-cuo̾ac /ˈnu͡o̯tə̥kwɔk/ n. articulate, fluent, well-spoken, eloquent speech [nuȏt-c ‘language’ + -uo̾ac]

nupwr /nuˈpur/ n. (pl. sampwr /samˈpur/) woman

nwcnosh /nukˈnoʃ/ n-cl. urine

nwm /num/ n. dress, gown

nwmnach /numˈnaχ/ a. 1. smiling, cheerful, jovial, bubbly; 2. smug, self-contented, snobbish [tr. nwmwnach < nwmwn ‘smile’ + -ach]

nwmwn /nuˈmun/ v-i. smile, grin

nwnȏȃmp /nuˈno̯͡ɔmp/ n. sky

nwnoyn /ˌnunoˈin/ a. partial, slight, incomplete

nworeb /nu.oˈrɛb/ v-t. defile, violate, desecrate, sully

nwpan /nuˈpan/ v-ab. 1. pass, go past; 2. overshoot, overlap

nwsȏȃnteb /nuˈso̯͡ɔntɛb/ v-t. convince, persuade

nwwlb /nuˈulb/ a. fluffy, furry

nwyntuesoadh /nu.intwɛˈsɔð/ n-cl. (sg. nwyntuesoagc /nu.intwɛˈsɔnk/) moans, groans, howls

nyac-t /niˈakə̥t/ n. skin

nyanwt /ni.aˈnut/ v-t. be inclined to, in agreement with, amenable to, interested in

nyanwtauishan /ni.anutawiˈʃan/ v-t. 1. act against the interests of, impinge on or violate something of someone’s; 2. snub, affront [nyanwt ‘be inclined to’ + -auȋsh]

nycascan /nikaˈskan/ v-s. promise, pledge, commit

nychpi /ˈniχpi/ n. target

nycuan /niˈkwan/ v-t. 1. sound, make a sound, make a noise; 2. be loud

nycuedh /niˈkwɛð/ n. volume, loudness [nycw̑ ‘sound’ + -uedh]

nycw̑ /ˈniku/ v-al. sound

nyfalwl /niɸaˈlul/ a. 1. intense, intensive, acute, extreme, fervent, strong, sharp; 2. consuming, laborious, exhausting

nyfalwlȃp /niɸaˈlulap/ n-cl. (sg. nyfalwlȃgc /niɸaˈlulank/) pangs, spasms, throes, pounding

nyfan /niˈɸan/ v-t. 1. take, pick up; 2. swallow; 3. choose, select, pick, decide on; v-s. decide, choose, resolve

nynȏȃtesh /niˈno̯͡ɔtɛʃ/ n-cl. (no sg.) leprosy

nypo /ˈnipo/ n. pit, hole

nypoelc /niˈpo̯͡ɛlk/ n. cistern

nyponofan /niponoˈɸan/ v-t. empty, hollow out; v-l. clear out, raze, empty out, make a clearing

nypwr /niˈpur/ n. rim, edge [nypo ‘hole’ + -wr]

nysa /ˈnisa/ n. older sister

nysc /nisk/ num. six

o

oab /ɔb/ n. (def. oaba /ˈɔba/, pl. t-goab /tə̥ˈχɔb/, def. pl. t-goaba /tə̥ˈχɔba/) pair, couple

oabesh /ɔˈbɛʃ/ n. (def. oaba-sh /ɔˈba͡ə̯ʃ/, pl. nȏȃbesh /ˈno̯͡ɔbɛʃ/, def. pl. no̾a̾besh /no̯͡ɔˈbɛʃ/) sleeve

oach /ɔχ/ n. (def. achelch /aˈχɛlχ/, def. pl. tagchelch /taˈχɛlχ/) shovel

oadhambw /ɔðamˈbu/ n. willingness to go out one's way, dedicate time, sacrifice for someone else

oaguyl /ɔˈwil/ v-t. silence, quiet, shut up

ȏain /oˈa͡ɪ̯n/ n. (def. ȏaig-ch /oˈa͡ɪ̯.ə̥χ/, pl. lloȃin /ˈɬo.a͡ɪ̯n/, def. pl. llȏain /ɬoˈa͡ɪ̯n/) drum

oadhin /ɔˈðin/ n. (def. oadhec /ɔˈðɛk/, pl. soagdhin /ˈɬo.a͡ɪ̯n/, def. pl. soagdh-an /sɔˈðə͡a̯n/) kitten, puppy, cub

oalyp /ɔˈlip/ v-l. knock on, rap on, bang on

oant /ɔnt/ n. numbness (physical or emotional)

oanyc /ɔˈnik/ n-cl. pests, vermin

oas /ɔs/ a. narrow (room, space)

oaplieloas /ˌɔpli.ɛˈlɔs/ n. 1. greed, stinginess; 2. gluttony

oap-ach /ɔˈpə͡a̯χ/ n. garden

oaroȇr /ɔˈro.ɛr/ n-cl. thorn

oaroerach /ɔˈro̯͡ɛraχ/ a. 1. thorny, prickly; 2. disagreeable, unpleasant, irksome

oathoath /ɔˈθɔθ/ d. somewhere, wherever, anywhere

oauyr /ɔˈwir/ a. evil, immoral

obal /oˈbal/ n. (pl. lleual /ɬɛˈwal/) wrist

oblot /oˈblot/ v-t. swipe at, swat, slap, smack [rel. obal ˈwrist’]

obysith /obiˈsiθ/ n. (pl. noabysith /nɔbiˈsiθ/) necromancer [rel. siogith ‘necromancy’]

oc /ok/ d. this, that

ocelcan /oˌkɛlˈkan/ v-s. think, believe

ochȏa̾rmat /oχo̯͡arˈmat/ v-i. be dead tired, exhausted

odh /oð/ n. body and mind, being

oel /o̯͡ɛl/ d. certain, particular, specific

oetyscan /o̯͡ɛtiˈskan/ v-t. conquer, take over

ofalan /oɸaˈlan/ v-al., v-p. climb

cetri

ofalnȏt /oˈɸalnot/ n. ladder [ofal- ‘climb’ + -nȏt]

ofyfwrwsh /oɸjuruʃ/ n. dentist

ogc /onk/ n-cl. sheep

ogcȏs /ˈonkos/ n-cl. wool [ogc ‘sheep’ + -ȏs]

olȏȃt /oˈlo̯͡ɔt/ adv. during the day

olwf /oˈluɸ/ n. (pl. puȏlwf /ˈpu͡o̯luɸ/) daughter

omwgcan /omunˈkan/ v-l. 1. scratch, scrape; 2. shave

onal /oˈnal/ n. (pl. noantal /nɔnˈtal/) poem

onoan /oˈnɔn/ v-t. 1. demonstrate, explain, show; 2. describe; 3. point to, point at; 4. aim toward

onȏan /oˈno̯͡an/ n. (pl. yntȏan /inˈto̯͡an/) bone

onof /oˈnoɸ/ adv. frighteningly, scarily, ominously

ontomonan /ontomoˈnan/ v-i. paddle, row

opasiet /opaˈsjɛt/ v-i. 1. keep on going, go on, continue; 2. be long-winded

opeshan /opɛˈʃan/ v-t. smack, slap, hit, strike

opiab /oˈpjab/ v-i. whine

oplair /oˈpla͡ɪ̯r/ n. 1. coat; 2. peel, skin (fruit, vegetable)

oplȇm /ˈoplɛm/ n-cl. (no sg.) envy, jealousy

opȏȃgc /oˈpo̯͡ɔnk/ n. bell

opȏagcan /opo̯͡anˈkan/ v-i. 1. deepen; 2. gape, yawn, be wide open; 3. bellow, boom; 4. echo

opogcys /oponˈkis/ adv. deeply, profoundly

oponȃc /oˈponak/ a. 1. thick, wide, broad; 2. deep

oponacȃp /opoˈnakap/ n-cl. (sg. oponacȃgc /opoˈnakank/) depths, bottom, deep

opor1 /oˈpor/ a. false, wrong, incorrect

opor2 /oˈpor/ n. cinnamon

orai /ˈora͡ɪ̯/ v-i. be tall; v-ab. survive, outlast

orou-ascan /orowə͡a̯ˈskan/ v-t. dry (food)

ory̑s /ˈoris/ n. peacock

oscan /oˈskan/ v-t. spread, disperse, scatter, split up, disseminate, sow, diverge; v-al. visit, show up at, turn up at

oscanȏt /oˈskanot/ n. river delta

oscelȏan /oskɛˈlo̯͡an/ v-t. disappoint, let down

oscestat /oskɛsˈtat/ v-t. 1. take apart, disassemble, break down; 2. prune (tree, plant)

osc̾in /osˈχin/ n-cl. (no sg.) torture

osepel /osɛˈpɛl/ n. (def. os-p-al /osə̥ˈpə͡a̯l/) hammer, mallet

osnochwm /osnoˈχum/ adv. before sunrise

osont /oˈsont/ n. (pl. tansoant /tanˈsɔnt/) hat

otwsagcan /otusanˈkan/ v-t. translate, interpret

ot-al /oˈtə͡a̯l/ v-t. 1. put back, put away, return, replace; 2. stop, thwart, defeat, rout

p

pa /pa/ i. wow

padhian /paðˈjan/ v-t. separate

padhiwr /paðˈjur/ n. kind, type, class [padh- ‘separate’ + -wr]

pail /pa͡ɪ̯l/ n. snow

pair /pa͡ɪ̯r/ n. (def. pȃiref /pa͡ɪ̯ˈrɛɸ/) water [tr. pairȇf]

pȃirwr /pa͡ɪ̯ˈrur/ n. moisture [pair ‘water’ + -wr]

pairafash /pa͡ɪ̯raˈɸaʃ/ a., adv. underwater

palchwi /palˈχu.i/ n. vision, hallucination

palesan /palɛˈsan/ v-t. exterminate, annihilate, eradicate

paliem /palˈjɛm/ a. withered, shriveled

paliot /palˈjot/ a. (pl. poeliot /po̯͡ɛlˈjot/) what appearance? [old. palchiot]

palmwsc /palˈmusk/ n. spike, protrusion [pal- + mwsc ‘finger’]

palt /palt/ n. 1. step, pace, stride; 2. access, path, approach, passage, way in; pre. near, close to

paltan /palˈtan/ v-i. step

palteb /palˈtɛb/ v-t. 1. come close to, approach, near; 2. close in on, surround; 3. pressure, press, push

paltot /palˈtot/ adv. how far?, how close?, what distance?

paltuo̾ac /ˈpaltwɔk/ n. shortcut [palt ‘path’ + -uo̾ac]

paluan /palˈwan/ v-t. 1. see, look at; 2. meet

paluauȋsh /palˈwawiʃ/ n. eyelid [palu- ‘see’ + -auȋsh]

palȗos /ˈpalwos/ n. image, drawing [palu- ‘see’ + -ȏs]

paluosmaruedh /palˌwosmarˈwɛð/ n. 1. description, metaphor; 2. figure of speech, idiom, expression

paluys /palˈwis/ adv. obviously, clearly, flagrantly

palylit /paliˈlit/ n. 1. gradation, degree, stage; point; 2. nuance, subtlety

pan /pan/ v-t. change, alter, modify

panafiedh /panaˈɸjɛð/ n. ability, capability, capacity [panap ‘see’ + -uedh]

panap /paˈnap/ v-s. 1. can, be able to; 2. tolerate, accept

paneb /paˈnɛb/ adv. is it allowed?, is it permitted?

pareb /paˈrɛb/ v-t. buckle, cave in, collapse, crumple

parta /ˈparta/ v-t. cause to buckle, cave in, collapse, crumple; topple

pȃsai /paˈsa͡ɪ̯/ v-t. 1. hold, hold on to, carry; 2. catch (something thrown or dropped); 3. understand; 4. converge with, meet, join to (lines, sides, pieces); v-al. stare at

pasainot /paˈsa͡ɪ̯not/ n. point, corner [pasai ‘converge’ + -nȏt]

pasaios /paˈsa͡ɪ̯.os/ n. something held or carried, load, cargo, package, burden [pasai ‘carry’ + -ȏs]

pascoe /ˈpasko̯͡ɛ/ n. (def. pascoȇ /pasˈko.ɛ/) sinew, tendon

pashcesc /paʃˈkɛsk/ n. summit, peak, apex

pasho /ˈpaʃo/ a. blue

pauaiash /paˈwa͡ɪ̯.aʃ/ a. purple [ext. pasho ‘blue’]

peb /pɛb/ n. new moon

pechemuȏt /pɛχɛˈmu͡o̯t/ n. (pl. poechemuȏt /po̯͡ɛχɛˈmu͡o̯t/) what/which drink? [rel. chemuȏch ‘drink’]

pechlaleb /pɛχlaˈlɛb/ v-i. (pl. poechlaleb /po̯͡ɛχlaˈlɛb/) speak/use which language? [rel. caleb ‘speak (language)’]

pechoch /pɛˈχoχ/ adv. 1. which time?; 2. how many times? [pe- + foch ‘instance’]

pechystiet /pɛχisˈtjɛt/ v-i. be related in what way? (family relation) [pe- + pysti ‘relative’]

pedhoeluot /pɛˈðo̯͡ɛlwot/ n. what name? what would/should/will it called? (irrealis)

pelwsȏs /pɛˈlusos/ n. other side, reverse

pel-ansh /pɛˈlə͡a̯nʃ/ n-cl. (def. cl. p-alesh /pə͡a̯ˈlɛʃ/, sg. pel-agc /pɛˈlə͡a̯nk/, def. sg. p-alegc /pə͡a̯ˈlɛnk/) teeth; ~ r-alup baby teeth

pemarw̑ /pɛˈmaru/ n. what? (referring to something spoken)

pemydhw̑ /pɛˈmiðu/ n. which family?

penoenach /pɛno̯͡ɛˈnaχ/ a. clever, quick-witted, on the ball, bright, intelligent

penoenȃp /pɛno̯͡ɛˈnaχ/ n-cl. (no sg.) innovation, ingenuity, newness, cleverness

penoenet /pɛno̯͡ɛˈnɛt/ v-t. figure out, solve, resolve

penoetyscet /pɛno̯͡ɛtiˈskɛt/ v-i. 1. be sick?, be ill?, be hurt?; 2. be sick or hurt how?; 3. what's wrong with?

pentȋc /ˈpɛntik/ a. (pl. poentic /po̯͡ɛntik/) what kind of, like what, like who?

pentȏȃdh /pɛnˈto̯͡ɔð/ n. miasma, bad air

penwshan /pɛnuˈʃan/ v-i. 1. tumble, fall while hitting things along the way; 2. clamber up (using hands and feet, awkwardly)

peoant /pɛˈɔnt/ n. shame, disgrace (feeling, condition)

peoscan /pɛ.oˈskan/ v-s. to what extent?, how much? (how much one ground one should cover, or how many of something one should act on) [pe- + osc- ‘spread’]

pernofan /pɛrnoˈɸan/ v-t. strengthen, reinforce

pesanyman /pɛsaniˈman/ v-ab., v-s. what does someone remember about? [pe- + sanym- ‘remember’]

pesarboa /pɛˈsarbɔ/ adv. when? (in the future or present)

peshapw̑ /pɛˈʃapu/ n. (pl. poeshapw̑ /po̯͡ɛˈʃapu/) which (kind of) animal?

pesh-chan /pɛʃə̥ˈχan/ v-t. harvest, pick

pesh-chant /pɛʃə̥ˈχant/ n. harvest

pesh-chwr /pɛʃə̥ˈχur/ n-cl. scraps, mess, detritus [pesh-ch- ‘harvest’ + -wr]

pesoch /pɛˈsoχ/ n. (pl. poȇsoch /po̯͡ɛˈsoχ/) what?

pesochuȋsh /pɛˈsoχwiʃ/ n. (pl. poesochuȋsh /po̯͡ɛˈsoχwiʃ/) what then? (contrastive)

pesygchot /pɛsiˈχot/ a. saying what? (future or present)

pethiw̑ /pɛˈθi.u/ n. sadness, depression, gloom

petw /pɛˈtu/ adv. in the morning

pianan /pjaˈnan/ v-i. mature, grow up, ripen (S: plant, person)

pianȃth /ˈpjanaθ/ n. maturity, ripeness, readiness [pian- ‘mature’ + -ȃth]

pioapwn /pjɔˈpun/ n. (pl. pioapwiwn /pjɔpuˈjun/) desert

plab /plab/ n. band, party, group of people

plashw̑ /ˈplaʃu/ c. so, then, therefore

plash-plashw̑ /plaʃə̥ˈplaʃu/ c. so, then (when the second part is very unexpected and does not seem to follow)

plechoellan /plɛχo̯͡ɛˈɬan/ v-t. eat, drink, swallow reluctantly or by force

plefoeshegch /plɛˈɸo̯͡ɛʃɛχ/ n. ground pomegranate seeds and pulp (spice) [plefoey ‘sumac’ + shegch ’pomegranate’]

plefoey /plɛˈɸo̯͡ɛ.i/ n. sumac berry

plemier-t /plɛˈmjɛrə̥t/ n. (pl. ple-m-ch /plɛ͡ə̯m/) about what?, which subject, topic, issue?

plemi-r /ˈplɛmjə̥r/ n. (pl. ple-m /plɛ͡ə̯m/) subject, topic, issue, focus, matter at hand

plent /plɛnt/ n. 1. extension, addition; 2. reinforcement

plepwn /plɛˈpun/ v-t. put on a string or line or hook (beads, clothing)

pleren /plɛˈrɛn/ v-t. validate, affirm, confirm

plescoay /plɛˈskɔ.i/ n. (def. plescoa-ch /plɛsˈkɔ.ə̥χ/, pl. noaplescuy /nɔˈplɛskwi/, def. pl. noaplescu-ch /nɔˈplɛskwə̥χ/) lizard

pletuȃsh /plɛˈtu͡a̯ʃ/ n. (pl. noapletȗsh /nɔˈplɛtuʃ/) store, reserve, supply, stock, cache

pletwch /plɛˈtuχ/ v-t. 1. store, reserve, save, keep for later; 2. lock up, tie up

pliw̑n /ˈpli.un/ v-t. get, receive

ploaiwn /plɔˈjun/ n-cl. grievances, slights, causes for resentment, offenses [rel. ploar- ‘resent’]

ploalt /plɔlt/ n., a. unfortunate, miserable, poor thing, pitiful

ploaret /plɔˈrɛt/ v-ab. resent, feel spiteful, feel bitter toward, feel sore at

ploas /plɔs/ n. (pl. noaplw̑s /ˈnɔplus/) bee

ploeloefan /plo̯͡ɛlo̯͡ɛˈɸan/ v-ab. emerge, surface, come out of, come up from [rel. ploȇr ‘at the edge’]

ploȇr /ˈplo.ɛr/ adv. on or at the edge, tip, boundary, border

ploeth-st /ˈplo̯͡ɛθə̥st/ n-cl. (def. cl. plwnost-s /pluˈnostə̥s/, no sg.) sisters

ploiwr /plorˈɸat/ n. 1. buffer, gap; 2. no man's land [obs. ploe ‘edge’ + -wr]

plorfagt /plorˈɸat/ n. horizon, edge of the world [obs. ploe ‘edge’ + obs. fagt ‘land’]

plorouy /ploˈrowi/ v-i. 1. turn; 2. spin, rotate

plorouywr /ploˌrowiˈur/ n. dizziness, vertigo

plos /plos/ n. wick

plot /plot/ i. great, wonderful

plouyȏs /ploˈwi.os/ n. direction, orientation [tr. plorouy ‘turn’+ -ȏs]

pluȃ /plu͡a̯/ n. day

pluan /pluˈan/ v-t. 1. trim, clip, remove unwanted parts, clean up; 2. cut hair or nails

pluȏreb /ˈplu͡o̯rɛb/ v-al. mourn, grieve for, bewail, lament, pine for; v-i. sob, weep [plwp ‘dirge’ + -reb]

pluys /pluˈis/ adv. hardly, barely, as little as possible, the bare minimum

plwchrescan /ˌpluχrɛˈskan/ v-t. say incorrectly, misinform

plwdh /pluð/ adv. which part?, where? (on the body): wlb ch plwdh? ‘where are you hurting? / where does it hurt?’

plwdhi /ˈpluði/ n. owl

plwioarȃs /pluˈjɔras/ n. youngest sister [plwruȃras < ext. plwrȃs]

plwnshan /plunˈʃan/ v-ab. know of, be aware of, have have seen or witnessed

plwp /plup/ n. dirge, lamentation

plwrȃs /ˈpluras/ n. younger sister

plwsan /pluˈsan/ v-t. care for, take care of, nurture

plwshwn /pluˈʃun/ n. challenge, dare

plwsoadh /pluˈsɔð/ n. feeling of wanting to care for, take care of

plwtachan /plutaˈχan/ v-i. reconsider, rethink

plwth /pluθ/ n. lack, void, absence, loss

plwtuȃt /pluˈtu͡a̯t/ n. marrow

plww /pluˈu/ n. (no def., no pl.) splendor, glory, majesty

plwwgiot /ˌplu.uχˈjot/ n. according to the king/queen

plyedhuan /pli.ɛðˈwan/ v-i. open one's mouth

plyedhuȇt /pliˈɛðwɛt/ n. someone who sounds very similar to someone else [plyedhw̑ ‘voice’ + -ȇt]

plyedhw̑ /pliˈɛðu/ n. (pl. taflyedhw̑ /taɸliˈɛðu/) 1. mouth; 2. voice

plynont /pliˈnont/ n. expanse, vast area

plyr /plir/ a. round, rounded

plyseret /plisɛˈrɛt/ v-t. 1. investigate, study, reconnoiter; 2. check over, review, evaulate; 3. check up on

poalwsh /pɔˈluʃ/ n. 1. bar for hanging things; 2. shelf

poam /pɔm/ part. (poan /pɔn/ before /t s ʃ/) that, who, which

poanidh /pɔˈnið/ n. (pl. poaiwdh /pɔˈjuð/ or tanpoaiwdh /tanpɔˈjuð/) walnut

pȏant-p /ˈpo̯͡antə̥p/ num. 64

poanwr /pɔˈnur/ n. dung, manure, feces of animal

poaȏs /ˈpɔ.os/ n. (def. posc /posk/, pl. clagmot /klaˈmot/, def. pl. clagcha /ˈklaχa/ or clagch-ch /ˈklaχə̥χ/) carcass (of animal)

pȏȃp /po̯͡ɔp/ n. (pl. pwt /put/) basket

pȏarso /ˈpo̯͡arso/ n. (def. pȏarswf /po̯͡arˈsuɸ/) anchor

pȏarsofan /po̯͡arsoˈɸan/ v-i., v-t. weigh down, hold back, hold up, impede progress

poashy /ˈpɔʃi/ n. crocodile

pȏatan /po̯͡aˈtan/ v-i. 1. work together, cooperate; 2. get along well

pȏȃth /po̯͡ɔθ/ n. capacity, space, room, volume

pochoech /poˈχo̯͡ɛχ/ adv. nowadays

pochonsyw /poχonsiˈu/ a., adv. distant, far

pochrith /poˈχriθ/ n. (def. pochoer-th /poˈχo̯͡ɛrə̥θ/, no pl.) great hunter (esp. of large game)

poelair /po̯͡ɛˈla͡ɪ̯r/ a. convergent, likely to meet, closing in, approaching, incoming [poer- (? + cue-)+ lair- ‘make contact’]

poemp /po̯͡ɛmp/ n. mask

poeracrych /po̯͡ɛrakˈriχ/ a. 1. badly frostbitten; 2. possibly in need of amputation [poer- + racrych ‘cut off’]

poȇrar /po̯͡ɛˈrar/ a. 1. likely to be included, roped in, brought along [poer- + ar ‘and’]

poerathy̑s /po̯͡ɛˈraθis/ a. likely to be regretted [poer- + athy̑s ‘regret’]

poerindhwf /po̯͡ɛrinˈðuɸ/ a. prone to flooding [poer- + in- + thwf ‘rain’]

poerishascȇch /po̯͡ɛriˈʃaskɛχ/ a. gullible, naive, easily won over [poer- + ishascȇch ‘be misleading, deceptive’]

poerismynt /po̯͡ɛrisˈmint/ a. squeamish, easily disgusted, delicate [poer- + ismynt ‘repulsive’]

poeromȏar /po̯͡ɛroˈmo̯͡ar/ a. subpar, expendable, forgettable, disposable [poer- + romȏar- ’abandon; forget’]

poeropesh /po̯͡ɛroˈpɛʃ/ a. punchable, asking for a slap, unlikable, obnoxious, smug [poer- + opesh- ’smack’]

poertogt /po̯͡ɛrˈtot/ a. 1. about to spoil; 2. past its/one's prime, on borrowed time [poer- + togt- ’rot’]

poerycreb /po̯͡ɛriˈkrɛb/ a. likely to reoccur or continue [poer- + ycreb ’again, still’]

poeshyn /ˈpo̯͡ɛʃin/ n. 1. forehead; 2. front, fore, forefront; 3. promontory, bluff

poet /po̯͡ɛt/ adv. at dawn

poeten /po̯͡ɛˈtɛn/ v-i. shine; v-ab. reflect;

poloelt /poˈlo̯͡ɛlt/ n. perspective, viewpoint, standpoint

poloscan1 /poloˈskan/ v-i. sit; v-v. be diligent, persistent, do something regularly; v-s. follow, stick with, adhere to: cem polosfi t-llem finmerȏafi ‘he adhered to what she instructed’; v-l. stay with; v-ab. rest from

poloscan2 /poloˈskan/ v-t. wrap, encase, coat

polosnȏt /poˈlosnot/ n. saddle [polosc- ‘sit’ + -nȏt]

pomuȏnt-p /poˈmu͡o̯ntə̥p/ n. bladder

pon /pon/ n. (pl. poaioan /pɔˈjɔn/) jackal

ponash /poˈnaʃ/ n-cl. (sg. p-scoshȇgc /pə̥ˈskoʃɛnk/, def. sg. p-sc̾eshna /pə̥ˈsχɛʃna/) wing

ponic /poˈnik/ n. (pl. poaioac /pɔˈjɔk/) lion [pos. pon ‘jackal’ + icnuȃ ‘beard’]

ponot /poˈnot/ n. eagle

ponti /ˈponti/ n. serenity, tranquility, peace

pontiach /ponˈtjaχ/ a. relaxed, relaxing, peaceful, serene [ponti ‘peace’ + -ach]

pontiȇt /ˈpontjɛt/ n. close friend, best friend [ponti ‘peace’ + -ȇt]

posop /poˈsop/ n. 1. descendant, scion; 2. heir, inheritor; 3. survivor

posw /poˈsu/ n. (pl. ipȏas /iˈpo̯͡as/) face; pre. in front of, before

poswȇt /poˈsu.ɛt/ n. someone who looks very similar to someone else [posw ‘face’ + -ȇt]

posy̑noch /ˈposinoχ/ adv. (pl. senposy̑noch /sɛnˈposinoχ/) sideways, perpendicular

poth /poθ/ n. nap: cen poth ‘he's taking a nap’

pouosc /poˈwosk/ n. secret

puȃnw̑ /ˈpu͡a̯nu/ n. exception, counterexample

puȃsyb /ˈpu͡a̯sib/ n. (pl. tanpuȃshyb /tanˈpu͡a̯ʃib/) fruit tree

puȃsys /ˈpu͡a̯sis/ adv. (pl. wfuȃsys /uˈɸu͡a̯sis/ or uȃsys /ˈu͡a̯sis/) 1. desperately, wistfully; 2. pleading, imploring, begging [rel. pwleseb ‘wish’]

puchlw /puχˈlu/ n. crab

punesȏc /puˈnɛsok/ n. lunch

punoch-t /puˈnoχə̥t/ a. how big?, how much? [rel. puȏch ‘big’]

puȏch /pu͡o̯χ/ a. (pl. tarpuȏch /tarˈpu͡o̯χ/ or tarbuch /ˈtarbuχ/) big, large, great [tr. punȏch]

puȏreb1 /ˈpu͡o̯rɛb/ v-i. grow larger [puȏch ‘large’ + -reb]

puȏreb2 /ˈpu͡o̯rɛb/ v-i. be lined up, in a row; v-al. be shaped like, arranged as [(tan)pwth ‘line, shape’ + -reb]

puȏsnodh /ˈpu͡o̯snoð/ n. slice, section

purthoȃth /purˈθo.aθ/ n-cl. (no sg.) plague

purwmwn /puruˈmun/ adv. fiddling with, tweaking, adjusting

pw /pu/ d. (pl. noapw̑ /ˈnɔpu/) some (of)

pwcen /puˈkɛn/ v-al. 1. list, enumerate; 2. count; 3. go through one at a time

pwcuwntȗc /puˈkwuntuk/ n. scale (of fish or reptile)

pwleseb /pulɛˈsɛb/ v-t., v-s. wish, hope for (for another's benefit)

pwlo /ˈpulo/ a. long, lengthy

pwloȇch /puˈlo.ɛχ/ v-t. 1. lengthen, add onto, expand; 2. stretch, stretch out, pull

pwl-sot /pulə̥ˈsot/ adv. how should...? [pwles- + -ot]

pwnchery̑ /ˈpunχɛri/ n-cl. (no sg.) vine

pwnief /puˈnjɛɸ/ n. ceiling

pwrchelb /purˈχɛlb/ n. army

pwril /puˈril/ n. (def. pwielc /puˈjɛlk/) key

pwsh /puʃ/ num. two

pwshyrȃn /puˈʃiran/ v-i. be how old?

pwsmwsh /pusˈmuʃ/ a. far, distant

pwsmwshȃp /pusˈmuʃap/ n-cl. (sg. pwsmwshȃgc /pusˈmuʃank/) distance, furthest reaches, outskirts

pwsnwran /pusnuˈran/ v-t. 1. analyze, evaluate, interpret; 2. debate, argue over

pwsuan /puˈswan/ v-t. hide

pwth /puθ/ n. 1. distance, span, length, width; 2. line; 3. (pl.) shape, form, structure, arrangement

pwthuan /puˈθwan/ v-i. why? (irrealis) [pe- + wthu- ‘why?']

pys /pis/ n. mint

pysti /ˈpisti/ n. relative

pystiȇt /ˈpistjɛt/ n. 1. relative of a relative; 2. mutual relative [pysti ‘relative’ + -ȇt]

p-ach /pə͡a̯χ/ n. cold, chill

p-an /pə͡a̯n/ a. cold

p-anwnen /pə͡a̯nuˈnɛn/ v-t. surprise

p-ashach /ˈpə͡a̯ʃaχ/ a. blind

p-creo̾at /pə̥ˈkrɛ.ɔt/ adv. how much longer is something possible?, how many more times is something possible? [pe- + ycreo̾at]

p-llac /pə̥ˈɬak/ n. radish

p-llacuo̾ac /pə̥ˈɬakwɔk/ n. beet [p-llac ‘radish’ + -uo̾ac]

p-shin /pə̥ˈʃin/ n. mucus

p-snoachbw /pə̥snɔχˈbu/ n. everything being in its right place/orientation [rel. p-snofont ‘where exactly’ + -bw]

p-snofont /pə̥snoˈɸont/ adv. which way? which direction? where exactly? (how to arrange objects)

p-sych /pə̥ˈsiχ/ n. number

p-uys /pə̥ˈwis/ adv. partially, partly, somewhat

p-uyscet /pə̥wiˈskɛt/ v-i. sigh

p-uys-t /pə̥ˈwisə̥t/ adv. how little? (amount) [old. puysot, influenced by punoch-t]

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rabagchy /raˈbaχi/ n-cl. small griddle cakes

racrych /rakˈriχ/ v-t. cut off (Obj: head, limb)

rafinent /raɸiˈnɛnt/ n. value, worth, importance [ra- + finent ‘relevance’]

ragc1 /rank/ num. nine

ragc2 /rank/ n. (pl. saragc /saˈrank/) color

ragcȃp /ˈrankap/ n-cl. (no sg.): ~ pair rainbow

ragcnȏt /ˈranknot/ n. (pl. saragcnȏt /saˈranknot/) paint [ragc2 ‘color’ + -nȏt]

rain /ra͡ɪ̯n/ n. (def. raiga /ˈra͡ɪ̯.a/, pl. syrain, /siˈra͡ɪ̯n/, def. pl. syraiga /siˈra͡ɪ̯.a/) smell, odor, scent

raith /ra͡ɪ̯θ/ num. eleven

ranoar /raˈnɔr/ a. rigid, stiff, hard, firm, inflexible

ranwȃn /raˈnu.an/ v-t. offer, present

ranysc /raˈnisk/ num. fourteen

rap /rap/ a. small, little

raper /raˈpɛr/ a. strong, mighty [ra- + obs. per ‘strength’]

raplob /raˈplob/ a. agreeable, congenial, sympathetic

raplwt /raˈplut/ num. fifteen

rapwsh /raˈpuʃ/ num. ten

raret /raˈrɛt/ v-t. 1. bring; 2. pull, drag; thy ~ 1. present; 2. accompanying; 3. taut, tight; 4. straight

rarot /raˈrot/ v-t. with whom?

ras /ras/ adv. never

rashot /raʃot/ a. unquestionable, uncontested, clear, obvious [ra- + shot ‘true’]

rash-uegc /raʃə̥ˈwɛnk/ n-cl. swans

raslish /rasˈliʃ/ n. fit, tantrum

rasry /ˈrasri/ num. thirteen

raswleb /rasuˈlɛb/ v-i. 1. be cowardly, lily-livered; 2. be uneasy, doubtful, suspicious, have a foreboding

rathosh /raˈθoʃ/ a. childish [ra- + thosh ‘child’]

rathoth /raˈθoθ/ a. biting, vicious, exact, clever (insult, stragegy, act) [ra- + obs. thoth ‘burning’]

rathy /ˈraθi/ n. very bottom, lowest level

ratwman /ratuˈman/ num. twelve

rawn /raˈun/ adv. inadvertently, accidentally, without noticing

rayp /raˈip/ a. nice, kind

ra-p /ra͡ə̯p/ num. eight

rebeb /rɛˈbɛb/ v-i. scream, yell, yelp, cry, exclaim

refȏai /ˈrɛɸo̯͡a͡ɪ̯/ v-i. vomit, throw up

refwȇch /rɛˈɸu.ɛχ/ v-i. spray, sprinkle, spatter, splatter

relb /rɛlb/ n-cl. (def. cl. relua /ˈrɛlwa/ or relu-ch /ˈrɛlwə̥χ/, sg. relw̑ /ˈrɛlu/, def. sg. rel-ch /ˈrɛlə̥χ/) water lily

remwsc /rɛˈmusk/ v-i. 1. protrude, stick out, just out stick up; 2. be defiant, rebelious, stubborn, difficult; 3. be outrageous, glaring, flagrant, unashamed, audacious, unabashed; v-t. sting, bite (if venomous)

rem-sh /ˈrɛmə̥ʃ/ n. quarrel, squabble, fight

reoa /ˈrɛ.ɔ/ n. braid

repoeresh /rɛˈpo̯͡ɛrɛʃ/ n. caterpillar

reshoshab /rɛʃoˈʃab/ n. rarity, something unusual

reso /ˈrɛso/ n. dough

reth /rɛθ/ n. bile, gall

rew̑ /ˈrɛ.u/ n. (def. ref /rɛɸ/) feather

rewgc /rɛˈunk/ n. experiment, test, trial, try

rifw /riˈɸu/ n. force, coercion

rint /rint/ n-cl. (sg. riȇgc /ˈri.ɛnk/) goats

rir /rir/ n. (pl. noarer /nɔˈrɛr/) bag, sack

risar /riˈsar/ n-cl. mistake, error

risareb /risaˈrɛb/ v-i., v-s. make a mistake, error do something mistakenly; v-al. mess up

rish /riʃ/ n. (pl. noarish /nɔˈriʃ/) nest

rit /rit/ n. essence, quality, property, air, substance, form

ro /ro/ pro. one, someone

roam-t /ˈrɔmə̥t/ d. (pl. t-roam-t /tə̥ˈrɔmə̥t/) here, in front of one, witin sight, current

roan /rɔn/ n. ring (jewelry)

rȏan /ro̯͡an/ adv. at night

rȏanach /ˈro̯͡anaχ/ a. 1. clandestine, secret, secretive, surreptitious; 2. subconscious, unconscious, tacit

rȏȃp /ro̯͡ɔp/ n. (pl. lleroo̾ap /ɬɛˈro.ɔp/) duck

roapoain /rɔpɔˈin/ n. (no sg.) lingering unease or distrust following conflict and reconciliation

roar /rɔr/ v-t. injure, wound, hurt

rȏas /ro̯͡as/ n. hut, shack

roemagc /ˈro̯͡ɛmank/ n. (pl. c-allmagc /ˈkə͡a̯ɬmank/) sword

roent /ro̯͡ɛnt/ n. (def. roen-ch /ˈro̯͡ɛnə̥χ/, pl. reioent /rɛˈjo̯͡ɛnt/, def. pl. ruȏn-ch /ˈru͡o̯nə̥χ/) symbol, token, symbolic gift or payment

romȏan /roˈmo̯͡an/ v-t. call, summon, yell to

romȏaran /romo̯͡aˈran/ v-ab. 1. leave behind, abandon, ditch; 2. forget

romyn /roˈmin/ v-t. pander to, suck up to, flatter

roshan1 /roˈʃan/ v-al. approach, come to (Obj: person) (with question or proposal)

roshan2 /roˈʃan/ v-t. condense

roshȏȃp /roˈʃo̯͡ɔp/ n. (pl. r-shuȃf-ch /rə̥ˈʃu͡a̯ɸə̥χ/) thumb

rouan /roˈwan/ n. club, cudgel

ruapwi /rwaˈpu.i/ n. amethyst

ruay /ˈrwa.i/ ?. like, similar to

ruefoap /rwɛˈfɔp/ n. (def. ruefoa-ch /rwɛˈfɔ.ə̥χ/) diamond

ruelwi /rwɛˈlu.i/ n. octopus

rueroȃt /rwɛˈro.at/ adv. now

ruesh /rwɛʃ/ n. what emotion, feeling, state?

ruȏmo /ˈru͡o̯mu/ a. very ugly, grotesque

rwchan /ruˈχan/ v-t. send, dispatch, delegate, appoint (Obj: person)

rwfȏȃdh-th /ruˈɸo̯͡ɔðə̥θ/ n. (no def., no pl.) integrity, sincerity

rwm /rum/ a. 1. crooked, off; 2. misaligned; 3. wrong size

rwmȇsh /ˈrumɛʃ/ n-cl. (def. cl. rwmaisc /ruˈma͡ɪ̯sk/, sg. rwmegc /ruˈmɛnk/, def. sg. rwmesh /ruˈmɛʃ/) elaboration, explanation, details

rwmȏar /ruˈmo̯͡ar/ n-cl. (no def. cl., sg. san-sh /ˈsanə̥ʃ/, def. sg. sani-ch /ˈsanjə̥χ/) enemy

rwmȏarach /ruˈmo̯͡araχ/ a. opposing, hostile, antagonistic [rwmȏar + -ach]

rwmoniat /rumoˈnjat/ v-i. jump, leap; v-l. jump, leap (across)

rwmposh /rumˈpoʃ/ v-ab. lose, misplace; v-i. 1. be different, be an exception; 2. be out of place, jarring, unexpected, uncharacteristic, unlikely; v-t. disagree with, differ from, oppose, dissent

rwn /run/ n. something true, correct, accurate

rwnoadh /ruˈnɔð/ n. mental state when being truthful and honest

rwnpoa /ˈrunpɔ/ n-cl. (no sg.) treaty, pact

rwnȏȃ /ˈruno̯͡ɔ/ n. (pl. llwnȏȃ /ˈɬuno̯͡ɔ/) furrow, ditch, trench

rwrȇsh /ˈrurɛʃ/ n. (pl. wrȇsh /ˈurɛʃ/) elbow

rwroeshet /ruro̯͡ɛˈʃɛt/ v-t. bend, flex, crease [rwr- ‘elbow’ + -oesh]

rwrwy /ˈru.i/ n. most authentic truth or expression [rwn ‘truth’ + rwy ‘drunk’]

rwshwl /ruˈʃul/ a. 1. deformed, malformed, disfigured; 2. strange, weird, odd

rww /ruˈu/ n. (no def., no pl.) 1. befuddlement, perplexity; 2. daze, stupefaction; 3. something being amiss

rwwai /ruˈu.a͡ɪ̯/ v-t. wallop, clobber, trounce, crush, overwhelm with force

rwwgiȏt /ruˈuχjot/ i. too strange to be true, unbelievable, preposterous

rwy /ˈru.i/ n. (def. rwu-ch /ˈruwə̥χ/, no pl.) drunk, drunkard, sot [pos. rel. rww ‘daze’]

rwynȏȃ /ruˈino̯͡ɔ/ a. oily

rwynȏȃy /ru.iˈno̯͡ɔ.i/ n-cl. fritters [rwynȏȃy‘oily’]

ryfnief /riɸniˈɛɸ/ n. (pl. tagnyfief /taχniˈɸjɛɸ/) lettuce

ryp /rip/ n-cl. (sg. ryfȇgc /ˈriɸɛnk/) star

rypiȇt /ˈripjɛt/ n. other star in constellation

ryp-l /ripə̥l/ n. (def. rypol /riˈpol/) clam

ryw /riˈu/ n. north

r-alup /ˈrə͡a̯lup/ a. 1. away, gone; 2. lost, missing; 3. used up, finished

r-am /rə͡a̯m/ n. lymph, pus, bodily fluid

r-amnot /ˈrə͡a̯mnot/ n. blister [r-am ‘lymph’ + -not]

r-pon /rə̥ˈpon/ n. (pl. r-an /rə͡a̯n/) eye; pre. within sight of

r-ponbw /rə̥ponˈbw/ n. understanding from observation [r-pon ‘eye’ + -bw]

r-ponochuishan /rə̥ponoχwiˈʃan/ v-t. parody, mock [r-ponof- ‘observe’ + -uȋsh]

r-ponofan /rə̥ponoˈɸan/ v-t. observe, watch, pay attention to [r-pon ‘eye’ + -nof]

r-sh /rə̥ʃ/ i. shh, shush, hush, quiet

r-shet /rə̥ˈʃɛt/ n. 1. a more talkative companion of a shy person; 2. spokesperson [r-sh ‘shush’ + -ȇt]

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sachpe /ˈsaχpɛ/ n. (pl. noasachpe /nɔˈsaχpɛ/) cliff

saf /saɸ/ part. yet, already, still, only (indicates anxiety related to time); 2. indicates anxiety, caution; 2. indicates cautious helpfulness

sagbacet /saχbaˈkɛt/ v-t. trust, rely on

sagchuoalch /saˈχwɔlχ/ adv. 1. grandly, lavishly, with a lot of fuss; torentially (referring to rain); 2. suddenly; 3. outrageously, egregiously, flagrantly

saiasȇsh /sa͡ɪ̯ˈasɛʃ/ n. thunder [tr. iasaiasȇsh]

saib /sa͡ɪ̯b/ adv. (pl. ysaib /iˈsa͡ɪ̯b/) with one's eyes closed, blindly [rel. soabech ‘shut one's eyes’]

saich /sa͡ɪ̯χ/ adv. when? (in the past)

saimaran /sa͡ɪ̯maˈran/ v-t. intimidate, threaten

sainan1 /sa͡ɪ̯ˈnan/ v-i. open, unfold, spread apart, splay, extend, spread out; v-s. provoke, bring out, cause (emotion, action)

sainan2 /sa͡ɪ̯ˈnan/ v-i. be naive, unaware, un-self-aware, unsophisticated; v-s. allow, let, permit, consent to

saintach /ˈsa͡ɪ̯ntaχ/ a. hypocritical

sairag /ˈsa͡ɪ̯ra/ n. black salt

saiuap /ˈsa͡ɪ̯wap/ n-cl. (sg. saiuagc /ˈsa͡ɪ̯wank/) irregular words [grammatical]

salmoet /salˈmo̯͡ɛt/ v-t. like, enjoy

samel /saˈmɛl/ n. roof

samwgcwi /samunˈku.i/ n. tornado

sanoach-s /saˈnɔχə̥s/ n-pl. (no sg.) multiple ones

sanpe /ˈsanpɛ/ n. (def. sȃnpoe /sanˈpo̯͡ɛ/, pl. s-cholȏsh /sə̥ˈχoloʃ/, def. pl. s-chlosh /sə̥ˈχloʃ/) vegetable

sanuerin /sanwɛˈrin/ n-cl. (no sg.) state of being dazzled, temporarily blinded, hypnotized, delirious, shocked, stupefied, ecstatic

sanyman /saniˈman/ v-ab., v-s. remember, reminisce about, recall

sanymanchoech /saniˌmanˈχo̯͡ɛχ/ adv. in the past, olden days, ancient times

sapta /ˈsapta/ v-t. 1. smash; 2. attack, harm

saptat /sapˈtat/ n. 1. smashing; 2. attack, harm

saptwr /sapˈtur/ n-cl. shards, broken pieces, fragments [sapta- ‘smash’ + -wr]

saptwre̾ /sapˈturɛwɛ/ n-cl. crumbs, little shards, little broken pieces, little fragments

sargceb /sarˈkɛb/ n. what color? [rel. ragc ‘color’]

sarmedhian /sarmɛðˈjan/ v-s. demand, order, command

saroer /saˈro̯͡ɛr/ n-cl. disease

sarwsh /saˈruʃ/ n. 1. paste, glue; 2. sludge, muck, goo

sasob /saˈsob/ n. wisdom

scachuoar /skaˈχwɔr/ n. (pl. noascachu-r /nɔˈskaχwə̥r/) then which, which one? [old. scacfoar]

scalch /skalχ/ n-cl. brush, scrub (plants)

scanash-t /skaˈnaʃə̥t/ n. (def. sc-nash-at /skə̥naˈʃə͡a̯t/, def. wsc-nash /uskə̥ˈnaʃ/, def. wsc-n-ash /uskə̥ˈnə͡a̯ʃ/) web

scana-reb /skaˈna͡ə̯rɛb/ v-t. get caught, snagged, stuck, trapped, tangled in [scanash-t ‘web’ + -reb]

scaniot /skanˈjot/ n. (pl. noascani-t /nɔˈskanjə̥t/) 1. who? (who is responsible or culpable); 2. then who? (contrastive)

scanofan /skanoˈɸan/ v-t. teach (to do something), train

scant /skant/ n. expert, master

scantach /skanˈtaχ/ a. 1. expert, knowledgeable, skilled; 2. reliable, dependable, resourceful [scant ‘expert’ + -ach]

scantys /skanˈtis/ adv. expertly, skillfully, flawlessly, masterfully

sceleb /skɛˈlɛb/ v-al. appreciate, admire, respect

scelt /skɛlt/ n. cause, reason, deservedness, justification

sceltot /skɛlˈtot/ adv. for what reason?, why?, with what justification?

sceltwr /skɛlˈtur/ n. fate, destiny, outcome

scel-p /ˈskɛlə̥p/ n. someone respected, honorable, dignified

scen /skɛn/ n. claw

scenan /skɛˈnan/ v-t. 1. snatch, grab; 2. steal, usurp; 3. take up, fill (Obj: area)

scenoo̾at /skɛˈno.ɔt/ n. (def. scenȏȃt /skɛˈno̯͡ɔt/, pl. sasnoo̾at /sasˈno.ɔt/, def. pl. sasnȏȃt /sasˈno̯͡ɔt/) hoof

scescȏam /skɛˈsko̯͡am/ n-cl. lice

scethw̑ /ˈskɛθu/ n. quartz

sciedh /skjɛð/ n. 1. group, collection, gathering, assemblage, division, set

sciedhai /ˈskjɛða͡ɪ̯/ v-t. 1. gather, collect, assemble; 2. allocate, designate, set aside; 3. reject, put aside, cast off, sideline, marginalize; 4. shun

sciedhen /skjɛˈðɛn/ v-ab. avoid, stay away from

sciefan /skjɛˈɸan/ v-t. 1. have (short term, or in a certain circumstance, or for a certain purpose): sciefe osepel lluech poam’aiedh ‘I have a hammer you can use’; 2. know, be familiar with, be acquainted with; 3. distract

sciot /skjot/ adv. like this?, this way?

sciotauȋsh /skjoˈtawiʃ/ adv. like this then?, this way then? (contrastive) [sciot + -auȋsh]

sciwreb /skjuˈrɛb/ v-i. 1. act on one's own, by oneself, independently; 2. strongly, forcefully, really; 3. be alone [sciwt ‘self’ + -reb]

sciwt /skjut/ d. same, own, self, common, shared

sciwtȃch /ˈskjutaχ/ a. 1. egotistical, self-centered, selfish; 2. unreliable, untrustworthy, fickle

sciwtauȋsh /skjuˈtawiʃ/ n. reflection [sciwt ‘self’ + -auȋsh]

sciwtȇt /ˈskjutɛt/ n. identical twin [sciwt ‘self’ + -ȇt]

sciwtoadh /skjuˈtɔð/ n. sense of self, independence, feeling of autonomy

sciww /skjuˈu/ n. (no def., no pl.) immortality

scȏait /skoˈa͡ɪ̯t/ n. (def. scȏait-ch /skoˈa͡ɪ̯tə̥χ/, pl. llescoaȋt /ɬɛˈskɔ.it/, def. pl. llescoait /ɬɛskɔˈit/) 1. hill; 2. ramp

scoalb /skɔlb/ n. what else?, what next?; i. what else? what next?, continue, and then what?

scoalbȃth /ˈskɔlbaθ/ n. sequence, order, procedure, steps, process, way, system [scoalb ‘what next?’ + -ȃth]

scoaluin /skɔlˈwin/ n-cl. (no sg.) compulsion, obsession

scoan /skɔn/ n. (pl. noascoan /nɔˈskɔn/ or /ˈnɔskɔn/) 1. pile, accumulation, stack; 2. mass, hump, lump

scoanwr /skɔˈnur/ n-cl. 1. remainder, rest, leftover; 2. spillage, spillover; 3. something unimportant, nonessential, incidental, accidental, chance [scoan ‘pile’ + -wr]

scoarȇb /ˈskɔrɛb/ v-i., v-al. be one's turn, be one's time, have one's chance; 2. be faced with choice, decision; v-t. be responsible, be accountable for, be in charge of [scoalb ‘what next?’ + -reb]

scochai /ˈskoχa͡ɪ̯/ v-i. shake, tremble

scochaiuosh /skoˈχa͡ɪ̯woʃ/ n. earthquake

scof /skoɸ/ n.(def. scoef /sko̯͡ɛɸ/) herd, flock, pack (undomesticated animals)

scoiec /skoˈjɛk/ a. dirty, lewd, obscene

scoll /skoɬ/ n. (pl. noasc-ll /ˈnɔskə̥ɬ/) 1. example, illustration, instance; 2. member, one (of)

scolluo̾ac /ˈskoɬwɔk/ n. 1. good example, good illustration, typical instance; 2. epitome, prototype, exemplar [scoll ‘example’ + -uo̾ac]

sconfiat /skonɸiˈat/ adv. (pl. sagscainf-t /saˈska͡ɪ̯nɸə̥t/) 1. slowly; 2. gently, delicately; 3. late

scorai /ˈskora͡ɪ̯/ v-i. curse, swear; v-t.1. blaspheme, profane, desecrate; 2. slander, malign, denounce

scugciwch /skunˈkjuχ/ adv. 1. mildly, lightly, a little, with a small effect; 2. loosely (e.g. weaving), in a relaxed way, in a ramshackle way [rel. scwch ‘meddle’]

scuian /skwiˈan/ v-ab. 1. lack, be without; 2. miss, miss out on

scwch /skuχ/ v-t. nitpick, kibitz, pester, meddle [rel. scugciwch ‘mildly’]

scwf /skuɸ/ adv. 1. in the traditional way, authentically, according to custom; 2. properly, accurately, carefully [rel. scwr ‘tradition’]

scwr /skur/ n-cl. tradition

scwtunȏt /skuˈtunot/ n. handle [scwtwn ‘hold’ + -nȏt]

scwtwn /skuˈtun/ v-t. 1. hold, wield, grip, bear (Obj: tool, weapon); 2. control, limit; 3. be wrapped around (vine); 4. hold on tight to; 5. bother, hound, annoy, plague

scwtwnai /skuˈtuna͡ɪ̯/ v-t. 1. tighten; 2. improve, boost, tighten up, polish; 3. perfect, finish off [scwtwn ‘hold on tight’ + -ai]

scyb /skib/ n. (pl. sciiyb /skiˈjib/) camel

scyeso /skiˈɛso/ n. (def. scaiswf /ska͡ɪ̯ˈsuɸ/) crest (e.g. ornamental feathers on bird’s head)

scyl /skil/ n. 1. flatness, evenness; 2. equivalence, balance, fairness; ~ maruedh honesty, accuracy

scylȋsh /ˈskiliʃ/ n. (pl. noascyl /nɔˈskil/) gesture, motion, indication, body language

scy-ch /ski͡ə̯χ/ n. nudnik, pest, nuisance, brat

scy-reb /ˈski͡ə̯rɛb/ v-i. gather, assemble, convene, get together; v-ab. rebel, revolt against [sciedh + -reb]

sc-aieb /ˈskə͡a̯jɛb/ v-i. 1. be dry; 2. be thirsty

sc-aiidh /ˈskə͡a̯jið/ n. 1. dryness; 2. thirst

sc-chyrochwyn /skə̥χiroχuˈin/ v-t. wiggle, shimmy

secoascȏa /sɛˈkɔsko̯͡a/ adv. enough

secoay /sɛˈkɔ.i/ n. (def. secoa-ch /sɛˈkɔ.ə̥χ/, pl. t-shecoay /tə̥ʃɛˈkɔ.i/, def. pl. t-shecoa-ch /tə̥ʃɛˈkɔ.ə̥χ/) 1. fold, crease; 2. wrinkle

sec-ri /sɛkə̥ˈri/ num. five

sefoab /sɛˈɸɔb/ n. (pl. noasefo̾ab /nɔˈsɛɸɔb/) domestic cat

segcloshwb /sɛnkloˈʃub/ n. barrier, barricade, fence, protective wall [sen- + closhwb ’block off’]

segdhbw /sɛðˈbu/ n. certainty, sureness, absoluteness [rel. segtell ‘be certain’ + -bw]

segshirȃp /sɛˈʃirap/ n-cl. (sg. segshirȃgc /sɛˈʃirank/) ironies, paradoxes

segtell /sɛˈtɛɬ/ v-i. be certain, sure

selȃch /ˈsɛlaχ/ n. (def. selȏach /sɛˈlo̯͡aχ/, pl. salȏch /ˈsalɛχ/, def. pl. saloȃch /saˈlo̯͡aχ/) 1. bit, drop, speck, fleck; 2. pupil (eye)

selwfan /sɛluˈɸan/ v-i. disregard, ignore, forget about

sel-chwr /sɛlə̥ˈχur/ n. iris (eye) [selȃch ‘pupil’ + -wr]

sembȇr /ˈsɛmbɛr/ n-cl. (sg. soerȇgc /ˈso̯͡ɛrɛnk/) organs, entrails, viscera

semoap /sɛˈmɔp/ n. gust of wind

senbatan /sɛnbaˈtan/ v-t. 1. lift, raise, pick up; 2. help, assist, aid; 3. deliver (Obj: baby) ~ esc̾il dig

senba-not /sɛnˈba͡ə̯not/ n. tool, apparatus, device [senbat- ‘assist’ + -nȏt]

senelpȏagytȇt /sɛˈnɛlpo̯͡aˈitɛt/ n. Sngõlpowhetet language

senoap /sɛˈnɔp/ n. toe

sentoelwreb /sɛnˌto̯͡ɛluˈrɛb/ v-i. be wet

serdhenȋc /sɛrˈðɛnik/ n. pine tree

seseshet /sɛsɛˈʃɛt/ v-i. spit

setoetuan /sɛto̯͡ɛˈtwan/ v-i., v-al. become ready, get ready, prepare for

sh /ʃ/ (also shyp /ʃip/) i. be careful, watch out

shachai /ˈʃaχa͡ɪ̯/ n. place in order or hierarchy, rank, position, level, step

shagc /ʃank/ n. treachery, betrayal of trust, duplicity

shagcȃch /ˈʃankaχ/ (also shagc̾ȃch /ˈʃaχaχ/) n. treacherous, duplicitous, backstabbing, disloyal, double-crossing

shaill /ʃa͡ɪ̯ɬ/ a. 1. loose, slack; 2. undone, untied; 3. broken up; 4. easy

shȃilly-n /ʃa͡ɪ̯ˈɬi͡ə̯n/ v-t. 1. loosen; 2. undo, untie; 3. break up (earth); 4. comb; 5. make easier, ease [shaill ‘loose’ + -y-n]

shapat /ʃaˈpat/ n. (pl. noashapwt /nɔʃaˈput/) animal

shebesh /ʃɛˈbɛʃ/ v-t. sow

shegcescw̑ /ʃɛnˈkɛsku/ n. farmer [she- + igcescu- ‘plow, work soil’ < cescu- ‘toil’]

shegch /ʃɛχ/ n. (def shegich /ʃɛˈiχ/) pomegranate

shegshir /ʃɛˈʃir/ a. 1. backwards, upside down, reversed, inside-out; 2. ironic, paradoxical, twisted, contrary, perverse

shegshirach /ʃɛʃiˈraχ/ a. always doing the wrong thing, always making mistakes, always making wrong decisions, incompetent [shegshir ‘reversed' + -ach]

shel /ʃɛl/ n. dog [poss. tr. shelelsuir ‘mammal’]

shelach /ʃɛˈlaχ/ a. clingy, fawning, sycophantic, devoted, loyal [shel ‘dog’ + -ach]

shelelsuir /ʃɛlɛlˈswir/ n. mammal [she- + lel- + suir ‘hair, fur’]

sheloadh /ʃɛˈlɔð/ n. feeling of devotion, loyalty [shelach ‘devoted’ + -oadh]

shelt /ʃɛlt/ v-i. feel remorseful, guilty, contrite

shelpair /ʃɛlˈp air/ n. otter [shel ‘dog’ + pair ‘water’]

shepal /ʃɛˈpal/ n. (def. sh-p-al /ʃə̥ˈpə͡a̯l/, pl. poshal /poˈʃal/, def. pl. p-sh-al /pə̥ˈʃə͡a̯l/) girl

shepȏantac /ʃɛˈpo̯͡antak/ n. 1. newcomer; 2. visitor, guest [she- + epȏantac ’appear, show up’]

shepwrchelb /ʃɛpurˈχɛlb/ wn. soldier [she- + pwrchelb ‘army’]

sherab /ʃɛˈrab/ n-cl. (sg. sherash /ʃɛˈraʃ/) fly

sheshan /ʃɛˈʃan/ v-t. do, perform, carry out, fulfill

sheshȃp /ˈʃɛʃap/ n-cl. activity, business, work, bustle, labor

sheshȇt /ˈʃɛʃɛt/ n. 1. partner, co-worker; 2. buddy, pal [shesh- ‘do’ + -ȇt]

sheshoagcw̑ /ʃɛˈʃɔnku/ n. student [she- + shoagcu- ‘learn’]

shesyplash /ʃɛsiˈplaʃ/ n. tortoise [she- + syplash- obs. ‘be slow’]

shes-foab /sɛsə̥ˈɸɔb/ n. wildcat

shȇthog /ʃɛˈθo/ n. (def. shethogc /ʃɛˈθonk/) vulture [she- + rel. thoguin- ‘bandit’]

sheysht /ʃɛˈiʃt/ n. hunter [she- + ysht- ‘hunt’]

shim /ʃim/ n. side; pre. next to

shirȇc /ˈʃirɛk/ n. insect

shoadh /ʃɔð/ n. 1. tail; 2. runner (plant part)

shoadhȏc /ˈʃɔðok/ n. occurence, incidence, incident, time

shoadhuo̾ac /ˈʃɔðwɔk/ n. something opportune, well-timed, auspicious [tr. shoadhȏc ‘occurence, time’ + -uo̾ac]

shoagcuan /ʃɔnˈkwan/ v-t. learn, study

shoalch /ʃɔlχ/ v-i. fade away, vanish, dissipate, disappear; n. eclipse

shoal-chbw /ˌʃɔlə̥χˈbu/ n. impermanence [shoalch ‘fade away’ + -bw]

shoaroab /ʃɔˈrɔb/ n-cl. (no sg.) waterfall

shȏȃt /ʃo̯͡ɔt/ n. (pl. sashȏȃt /saˈʃo̯͡ɔt/) law, rule

shocȃsh /ˈʃokaʃ/ n-cl. grain

shoereb /ˈʃo̯͡ɛrɛb/ v-al. believe, trust

shomysh /ʃoˈmiʃ/ n. bond, connection, attachment

shoshtach /ʃoʃˈtaχ/ a. 1. fragile, delicate, breakable (object); 2. sensitive, easily hurt (person)

shoshtan /ʃoʃˈtan/ v-i. be soft, supple, mushy

shot /ʃot/ a. true, right, correct, accurate

shotȇs /ˈʃotɛs/ a. unsettling, creepy, disturbing, eerie

shouwl /ʃoˈwul/ n. leek

shulchuf /ʃulˈχuɸ/ n. mummy [rel. cuf ‘corpse’]

shwnȏachrescan /ʃuˌno̯͡aχrɛˈskan/ v-t. debone, fillet

shwnofiedh /ʃunoˈɸjɛð/ n. habit [shwnop ‘repeat’ + -uedh]

shwnopan /ʃunoˈpan/ v-i., v-al. return, go back, come back; v-i. heal, recover, get better; v-v. repeat, do again

shwsh /ʃuʃ/ n. pad (on animal's foot)

shwtan /ʃuˈtan/ v-t. 1. catch, trap; 2. find, locate (something that was lost)

shwth /ʃuθ/ a. wise, smart, intelligent

shwthuedh /ʃuˈθwɛð/ n. 1. speech, address; 2. opinion, take, vote, proposal, suggestion [shwth ‘wise’ + -uedh]

shydhȃch /ˈʃiðaχ/ a. curious, inquisitive

sh-tot /ʃə̥ˈtot/ adv. really?, indeed?

sieboas /sjɛˈbɔs/ n. reality [sie- + boas- ‘be present’]

sieb-l /ˈsjɛbə̥l/ n. inspiration, ultimate cause [sie- + ebl- ‘initiate’]

siec /sjɛk/ n. nobody, no one

sielot /sjɛˈlot/ n. east [sie- + alot ‘sun’]

sielt /sjɛlt/ a. 1. fat; 2. robust, resilient; 3. reinforced, bolstered, strengthened, fortified

sieno /ˈsjɛno/ n. (def. sienw /sjɛˈnu/, pl. tafien /taˈɸjɛn/, def. pl. tafiwn /taˈɸjun/) father

sieshoadhȏc /sjɛˈʃɔðok/ n. time when something occurs [sie- + shoadhȏc ‘occurrence’]

sieshoadhuo̾ac /sjɛˈʃɔðwɔk/ n. appropriate time [sie- + shoadhȏc ‘occurrence’ + -uo̾ac]

sifchan /siɸˈχan/ v-i., v-l. 1. happen, occur; 2. be fulfilled, realized

sigcashȏan /sinkaˈʃo̯͡an/ v-t. 1. focus on, concentrate on; 2. devote onself to, focus exclusively on; 3. specialize in

sigcoab /sinˈkɔb/ a. ragged, disheveled, unkempt (person)

silnw /silˈnu/ n. 1. heart; 2. inside, interior, middle

sinyr /siˈnir/ d. less than half

siogith /sjoˈiθ/ n. necromancy

siot /sjot/ v-i. collapse, faint

siul /sjul/ v-v. 1. might, may; 2. like; 3. prefer

sȏab /soˈab/ v-i. redo, do over, do again, repeat

soabȇch /ˈsɔbɛχ/ v-i. shut one's eyes; v-t. swallow, scarf down; v-ab. ignore

soadhith /sɔˈðiθ/ n. (pl. tasnoadh /tasˈnɔð/) rope

soaman /sɔˈman/ v-t. hear

soant /sɔnt/ v-s. expect, trust, count on

soarcheroadh /sɔrχɛˈbɔð/ n. grudge [soar- + cher- ‘forgive’ + -oadh]

soareloas /sɔrɛˈlɔs/ n. (def. soareloal /sɔrɛˈlɔl/) someone sharp, perceptive, who doesn't fall for tricks [soar- + eloas ‘decoy’]

soaritȏan /sɔriˈto̯͡an/ v-t. stand by, refuse to betray despite pressure [soar- + itȏan ‘betray’]

soarmelȏashan /sɔrmɛlo̯͡aˈʃan/ v-i. be illogical, inscrutable, unreasonable, poorly thought out [soar- + melȏash- ‘make sense’

soarpontiach /sɔrˈpontjaχ/ a. 1. unresolved, unsettled, incomplete, off; 2. haunting, irksome, troubling, nagging [soar- + ponti ‘peace’ + -ach]

soarwnwntan /sɔrununˈtan/ v-i. cling to life, linger, refuse to die [soar- + wnwntan ‘die’]

sȏath /so̯͡aθ/ n. disease among livestock

sodh /soð/ n. cut, scratch, slash

soedhechy̑ /ˈso̯͡ɛðɛχi/ n. fit, appropriateness, match

soell /so̯͡ɛɬ/ n. ocean

soembe /ˈso̯͡ɛmbɛ/ n. beak

soenpyȇc /so̯͡ɛnˈpi.ɛk/ a. memorable, remarkable, recognizable

soenpysh /ˈso̯͡ɛnpiʃ/ v-ab. 1. recognize, recall; 2. be used to

sogch /soχ/ n. milk

soin /soˈin/ n-cl. fun, pleasure

somȃc /ˈsomak/ n. heat, warmth

somach /soˈmaχ/ a. hot

somacnofan /soˌmaknoˈɸan/ v-t. 1. heat; 2. bake [somac ‘hot’ + -nof]

somfen /somˈɸɛn/ adv. soon, quickly

somonshach /somonˈʃaχ/ a. indecisive, slow, hesitant

somonshan /somonˈʃan/ v-i. be indecisive, deliberate, think over, mull over

somperchan /sompɛrˈχan/ v-s. admit

sonȇs /ˈsonɛs/ n. (def. soniȇch /ˈsonjɛχ/) wood

sonogdheb /soˌnoˈðɛb/ v-i., v-ab. be tainted, contaminated, polluted by

sontimoc /sontiˈmok/ n. intestines

soptes /sopˈtɛs/ n. (def. sopt-as /sopˈtə͡a̯s/, pl. ruȏptes /ˈru͡o̯ptɛs/, def. pl. ruȏpt-as /ru͡o̯pˈtə͡a̯s/) deer

suifoan /swiˈɸɔn/ v-t. push, press

suir /swir/ n-cl. hair, fur

swlureb /suluˈrɛb/ v-i. cringe

swlwfin /suluˈɸin/ n-cl. (no sg.) panic, terror, fear, fright, rage, hysteria

swnchw̑m /ˈsunχum/ n. (def. s-choem /sə̥ˈχo̯͡ɛm/, pl. sanchw̑m /ˈsanχum/, def. pl. sachoem /saˈχo̯͡ɛm/) flower

syapoeshet /si.apo̯͡ɛˈʃɛt/ v-t. patch, fill in [syapw ‘rip’ + -oesh]

syapw /si.aˈpu/ n. crack, break, tear, rip

syb /sib/ n. (pl. t-shyb /tə̥ˈʃib/) fruit

sybȏashai /siˈbo̯͡aʃa͡ɪ̯/ v-t. catch one's interest

sybȏasheb /siˈbo̯͡aʃɛb/ v-i. wander, roam; v-s. have a notion, whim, fancy, conceit, thought, idea; have it occur to one

sybȏȃuet /sibo̯͡ɔˈwɛt/ v-i. do what?; v-t. do what with/to

sydh /sið/ v-t. grind, crush

sydhnȏt /ˈsiðnot/ n. pestle

sygch /siχ/ n. (def. synoch /siˈnoχ/, pl. saiogch /ˈsa͡ɪ̯.oχ/, def. pl. syogch /siˈoχ/) sound, noise; saiogch merac lots of noise, racket, din, cacophony

sygchot /siˈχot/ a. saying what? (past)

syloll /siˈloɬ/ n. cucumber

symylt /siˈmilt/ n. snow leopard

syn /sin/ v-t. give a gift to

synan /siˈnan/ v-t. remove, take out, extract, draw out

synoadh /siˈnɔð/ n. lust

syȏareb /siˈo̯͡arɛb/ v-i. be torn up, ripped up, mutilated

syplashach /siplaˈʃaχ/ adj. 1. slow, sluggish; 2. procastinating, delaying, lazy [syplash- ‘delay’ + -ach]

syplashan /siplaˈʃan/ v-al. delay, put off, postpone

syplwtachan /siplutaˈχan/ v-i. think about what?; v-t., v-s. what does what think about ...?

syrȏab /siˈro̯͡ab/ v-p. wear

sytoȏs /siˈto.os/ n. cage, box with lock

sytuȏsnot /siˈtu͡o̯snot/ n. lock [sytoȏs + -nȏt]

sy-not /ˈsi͡ə̯not/ n. layer [syn ‘remove’ + -nȏt]

s-ab /sə͡a̯b/ n. (def. s-am-ch /ˈsə͡a̯mə̥χ/, pl. t-sh-ab /tə̥ˈʃə͡a̯b/, def. pl. t-sh-am-ch /tə̥ˈʃə͡a̯mə̥χ/) pearl

s-agc /sə͡a̯nk/ n. chief

s-at /sə͡a̯t/ adv. never

s-few̑r /sə̥ˈfɛ.ur/ n. den, lair

s-gchoat /sə̥ˈχɔt/ adv. 1. again?; 2. try again? attempt again?; 3. try?, make an effort? [rel. s-noagch ‘only once’]

s-noagch /sə̯ˈnɔχ/ adv. 1. only once; 2. actually, really

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tabrin /taˈbrin/ n-cl. (no sg.) confusion, frustration: iascole tabrin ‘I'm frustrated/confused’

tafent /taˈɸɛnt/ n. shrug

tȃfy /taˈɸi/ d. much, many, a lot of

tafyreb /taɸiˈrɛb/ v-i. 1. be busy, be doing many things; 2. be bustling, noisy, full of activity

taf-s /ˈtaɸə̥s/ a. light (weight); ~ plyedhw̑ high-voiced, high-pitched

tagton /taˈton/ n. (def. t-gtoen /tə̥ˈto̯͡ɛn/, pl. tagthȏath /taˈθo̯͡aθ/, def. pl. t-gthoeth-ch /tə̥ˈθo̯͡ɛθə̥χ/) spice

taint /ta͡ɪ̯nt/ n. (pl. taiant /ta͡ɪ̯ˈant/) table

talet /taˈlɛt/ n. baby

talnofan /talnoˈɸan/ v-i. give birth

tana /ˈtana/ n. (pl. tafnana /taɸˈnana/) material, ingredient, component

tanch /tanχ/ pro. you (pl.)

taneb /taˈnɛb/ v-i. choke

tanialan /ˌtanjaˈlan/ pre. around, surrounding

tanialanȇch /ˌtanjaˈlanɛχ/ v-ab. 1. surround, go around, walk around, circle, encircle; 2. be on the outskirts of, be just outside; v-p. wind around, twisted around; v-t. 1. tease, taunt; 2. tempt, rile up, arouse

tanialanofan /ˌtanjaˌlanoˈɸan/ v-t. place around something/someone, surround with

tansan /tanˈsan/ pre. far from, distant from

tansanȇch /tanˈsanɛχ/ v-ab. be far from, keep distance from, keep away from

tansanofan /tansanoˈɸan/ v-t. keep away, distance from something/someone

tansh /tanʃ/ n. top; pre. above, over

tanshw̑ /tanʃ/ n. 1. the best; 2. favorite

tany /ˈtani/ pro. we

targcarwb /tarkaˈrub/ n. wine

tarpont /tarˈpont/ v-t. pertain to, refer to, mean

tarw /taˈru/ pro. indefinite plural (ones, people)

tebesc̾ach /tɛˌbɛsˈχaχ/ a. quarrelsome, belligerent, hotheaded

teb-th /ˈtɛbə̥θ/ n. n. (pl. noath-b /ˈnɔθə̥b/) which (particular) animal?

tecuuȏn /tɛˈkwu͡o̯n/ n. spine

tefm-r /ˈtɛɸmə̥r/ n. torch

tefolȏan /tɛɸoˈlo̯͡an/ v-s. instruct, tell

tefyfodh /tɛɸjoð/ n. decomposition, disintegration, entropy, decay

tegchet /tɛˈχɛt/ n. ankle

tel /tɛl/ c. where

telc /tɛlk/ n. (pl. noathelch /nɔˈθɛlχ/) 1. advantage, edge, benefit; 2. improvement, innovation, advancement, progress, development

telȇsh /ˈtɛlɛʃ/ n. (def. teli-ch /ˈtɛljə̥χ/) task, chore, job

telimet /tɛliˈmɛt/ v-i. 1. breathe; 2. inflate, swell, rise (dough); 3. boil; v-al. blow on

telogc /tɛˈlonk/ n. plant [bf. from irregular plural tantelogc < sg. nelogc]

telsoo̾ash /tɛlˈso.ɔʃ/ n. (def. telsȏȃsh /tɛlˈso̯͡ɔʃ/) brain

telwnt /tɛˈlunt/ n-cl. (sg. teligc /tɛˈlink/) ants

ten /tɛn/ pro. they (m.)

temnoan /tɛmˈnɔn/ v-t. fertilize, spread fertilizer on

teninȃn /tɛˈninan/ v-t. 1. knock down, knock over, fell; 2. throw off, rip off, tear off

tensh /tɛnʃ/ n. leopard

tent /tɛnt/ n-cl. blood

tentach /tɛnˈtaχ/ a. 1. vicious, violent, bloodthirsty; 2. determined, uncompromising, unforgiving [tent ‘blood’ + -ach]

teny /ˈtɛni/ n. road

teuant /tɛˈwant/ n-cl. haze, opacity, cloudiness

teurwt /tɛˈwrut/ n. plum

thac /θak/ n. step, stair

thaf /θaɸ/ n. (pl. af) older person, elder

thaill /θa͡ɪ̯ɬ/ n. (def. thaiill /θaˈjiɬ/) worm

thashet /θaˈʃɛt/ v-t. fool, trick, cheat, swindle

theb /θɛb/ n. oar, paddle

thel /θɛl/ n. light

thelaipan /θɛla͡ɪ̯ˈpan/ v-i. wake up, awake

thele̾ /ˈθɛlɛwɛ/ n. rays of light, spots of light

thenȇsh /ˈθɛnɛʃ/ n. comb

then-̑af /ˈθɛnə͡a̯ɸ/ n. eyebrow

thib1 /θib/ n-cl. (sg. thiuȇgc /ˈθiwɛnk/) leaf

thib2 /θib/ n. (def. thwu-ch /ˈθuwə̥χ/, pl. dhwwb /ðuˈub/, def. pl. dhwwu-ch /ðuˈuwə̥χ/) army division

thoagch /θɔχ/ n. (def. thwgch /θuχ/, pl. wth-gchy /uθə̥ˈχi/, def. pl. wth-gchwgch /uθə̥ˈχuχ/) 1. call, cry (of an animal); 2. shriek, screech (of a person)

thȏasac /ˈθo̯͡asak/ n. incursion, breach, intrusion

thoguin /θoˈwin/ n. (def. thogui-an /θoˈjə͡a̯n/) bandit (who robs wayfarers)

thoȏs /ˈθo.os/ n-cl. dull pain in head or stomach, headache, stomachache

thosh /θoʃ/ n. (def. thosc /θosk/, pl. theuȇsh /ˈθɛwɛʃ/, def. pl. thuesh /θwɛʃ/) child, kid

thuachoadh /θwaˈχɔð/ n. (pl. tandhuochoadh /tanðwoˈχɔð/) feeling of shame [thuȃt + -oadh]

thuȃt /θu͡a̯t/ n. (pl. tandhuȏth /tanˈðu͡o̯θ/) guilty party, perpetrator

thuȃtach /ˈθu͡a̯taχ/ a. 1. untrustworthy; 2. delinquent

thuefon /θwɛˈɸon/ n. attention, attention to detail, dedication

thwf /θuɸ/ v-i. 1. rain; 2. fall out, fall off, drop off (hair, petal)

thwfwr /θuˈɸur/ n. puddle, pool

thwll /θuɬ/ n. (pl. sathwiwll /saθuˈjuɬ/) fox

thwscob /θuˈskob/ n. water channel

thy /θi/ n. 1. bottom; 2. ground, floor; a. low; pre. under

thyt /θit/ n-cl. (sg. thysȇgc /ˈθisɛnk/) fish

thywscȗash /θiˈuskwaʃ/ n. stomach

th-alan /θə͡a̯ˈlan/ v-t. drink

th-alnot /ˈθə͡a̯lnot/ n. cup

th-ralwn /θə̥raˈlun/ n. Thralanian language

th-thwȇch /θə̥ˈθu.ɛχ/ v-t. burn, incinerate [old. thoth]

tienac /tjɛˈnak/ n. foam, froth

tiiel-c /tiˈjɛlə̥k/ n. (pl. tiielc-ch /tiˈjɛlkəχk/) something worth trying, something promising [ext. telc ‘improvement’]

tioat-sh /ˈtjɔtə̥ʃ/ n. callousness, unfeelingness, coldness, selfishness, self-centeredness

toaȏgc /ˈtɔ.onk/ n. (no pl.) large out-of-control fire, blaze, inferno

toashȏat /tɔˈʃo̯͡at/ v-t. choke, strangle

tȏȃth /to̯͡ɔθ/ n. (pl. yntȏȃth /inˈto̯͡ɔθ/) stake, peg

toechan /to̯͡ɛˈχan/ v-i. croak, ribbit

toeltuedh /to̯͡ɛlˈtwɛð/ n. birth, delivery [talet + uedh]

toelwl-p /to̯͡ɛˈlulə̥p/ n. (def. twluȏf-ch /tuˈlu͡o̯ɸə̥χ/, pl. santoelwl-p /santo̯͡ɛˈlulə̥p/, def. pl. tantȏaluȏf-ch /tanto̯͡aˈlu͡o̯ɸə̥χ/) spring (water source)

toet /to̯͡ɛt/ n. stem, stalk

tofotin /toɸoˈtin/ n-cl. (no sg.) trauma, shock

tognȏt /ˈtonot/ n. mold, fungus

togteb /toˈtɛb/ v-i. rot, decay

toleth /toˈlɛθ/ v-t. need, require

toteb /toˈtɛb/ v-p. 1. mold, fashion, shape (Obj: material); 2. manipulate, control, influence (Obj: person)

totegc /toˈtɛnk/ n. orphan

tothys /toˈθis/ adv. at the right time, in time, just in time, soon enough

triat-sy̑ /triˈatə̥si/ n-cl. (no sg.) mountains, mountainous region

tuliwl /tulˈjul/ n-cl. (sg. tuliwgc /tulˈjunk/) fleas

tuol /twol/ i., adv. how can it be?, what happened?, how is it that ...?: tuol nochysh ro? ‘how did this disaster [occur]?’; tuol lal yllw? ‘how can I live?’

tuȏth /tu͡oθ̯/ n. (def. teth /tɛθ/) meat, flesh (of animal)

tw /tu/ n. here

twftwmant /ˌtuɸtuˈmant/ n. (def. toeft-mȇnt /ˈto̯͡ɛɸtə̥mɛnt/) cellar

twfwlb /tuˈɸulb/ n. wound [twp ‘area’ + wlb ‘be in pain’]

twlb /tulb/ v-t. block, obstruct, stop up

twlwȇch /tuˈlu.ɛχ/ v-t. 1. cling to, stick to, grip (physically, esp. plant); 2. associate with, fraternize with, cling to, hang around (person or place) [twlwl]

twlwl /tuˈlul/ n-cl. something clingy, sticky, gripping (esp. part of plant)

twman /tuˈman/ num. four

twnaran /tunaˈran/ v-t. kill, slay, murder

twnarant /tunaˈrant/ n. killing, slaying, murders

twp /tup/ n. 1. room (in building); 2. gathering area

twpws /tuˈpus/ v-t. forget (information, event)

twran /tuˈran/ n. layabout

twys /tuˈis/ adv. infrequently, rarely, seldom

tyf /tiɸ/ n-cl. tiles

tynthw /tinˈθu/ n. (pl. tygcwlch /tinˈkulχ/) strand, fiber

t-arny /ˈtə͡a̯rni/ n. doubt

t-llef /tə̥ˈɬɛɸ/ pro. they (f.)

t-ni /tə̥ˈni/ pro. they (n.)

t-n-al /tə̥ˈnə͡a̯l/ v-i. be intriguing, be mysterious

t-rach /tə̥ˈraχ/ n. babbling, nonsense, chatter

t-yn /tə̥ˈin/ n. string, thread

u

uagshe /ˈwaʃɛ/ n. (def. uagsh-ch /ˈwaʃə̥χ/, no pl.) kid, child (affectionate) [tr. uagshyash ’yak’]

uagshyash /waʃiˈaʃ/ n. (def. uagshysh-ch /waˈʃiʃə̥χ/, pl. posuagshyash /poswaʃiˈaʃ/, def. pl. posuagshysh-ch /poswaˈʃiʃə̥χ/) yak

uain /wa͡ɪ̯n/ n-cl. (sg. uaigȇgc /ˈwa͡ɪ̯.ɛnk/) grass

uaint /wa͡ɪ̯nt/ n-cl. (sg. utiȇgc /ˈutjɛnk/) blood (for consumption)

uaiscuȃshan /wa͡ɪ̯sku͡a̯ˈʃan/ v-t. eject, evict, throw out, get rid of (person)

uaishep /ˈwa͡ɪ̯ʃɛp/ n-cl. (sg. uaieshȇgc /wa͡ɪ̯ˈɛʃɛnk/) fat

ualpwregc /walpuˈrɛnk/ n. (no pl.) paralysis

ualue /ˈwalwɛ/ n. firstborn

uampach /wamˈpaχ/ a. gets things done, finishes things [uamp- ‘finish’ + -ach]

uampan /wamˈpan/ v-t. 1. finish, conclude; 2. take care of, deal with, resolve; 3. fill; ~ netf-ch completely finish, finish every last thing

uan /wan/ v-i. go, walk (S: animal); v-t. do something with, take and ..., use

uashelwrȇn /waʃɛˈlurɛn/ v-t., v-s. 1. deny, dismiss; 2. prevent, thwart, frustrate

ua-mȃc /ˈwa͡ə̯mak/ v-p. adapt to, adjust to

uei /ˈwɛ.i/ n. (def. uy-ch /wi͡ə̯χ/, pl. rwi /ˈru.i/, def. pl. rw-ch /ˈru.ə̥χ/) nut

uelullet /wɛluˈɬɛt/ v-i. migrate (seasonally)

uemalluȃntet /wɛmaɬu͡a̯nˈtɛt/ v-ab. 1. inhale, breath in; 2. suck up, suction; 3. slurp noisily

uemp /wamˈpan/ det. each, every individual

ueniȇc /ˈwɛnjɛk/ n. beer

ueno̾ach /ˈwɛnɔχ/ adv. yesterday

uetuȃm-c /wɛˈtu͡a̯mə̥k/ n. (def. itoamwgc /ito̯͡aˈmunk/, pl. tanfagt /tanˈɸat/, def. pl. tanfagch-ch /tanˈɸaχə̥χ/) 1. island; 2. enclave

untȃgc /ˈuntank/ n. (sg. ucantȃgc /uˈkantank/) gazelle

uoapȃp /ˈwɔpap/ n-cl. (no sg.) meeting, gathering, assembly

uogcmy /ˈwonkmi/ n. (def. uoagchm-ch /ˈwɔχmə̥χ/) plate, dish

uoliscan /woliˈskan/ v-i. swoon

uoloadh /woˈlɔð/ n. (also uoaloadh /wɔˈlɔð/) feeling of loss, grief

uolop /woˈlop/ n. castle, fortress

uoshuesh /woˈʃwɛʃ/ n. (def. uoshuuȏch /woˈʃwu͡o̯χ/) skull

usc̾yt /usˈχit/ v-t. select the best from

uwgcauansh /wunkaˈwanʃ/ n. pants

uwmonȇsh /wuˈmonɛʃ/ n. (def. uwmoni-ch /wuˈmonjə̥χ/) knee

uwn /wun/ adv. always

uws-achuogc /wuˈsə͡a̯χwonk/ n. liver

uylt /wilt/ n-cl. battlements

uyn /win/ n. east

uyshydh /wiˈʃið/ v-t. lure, entice, attract

u-af /wə͡a̯ɸ/ n. itch

w

w /u/ n. there

wblec /uˈblɛk/ n. instigator, ringleader

wdh /uð/ c. when

wdhcwl /uðˈkul/ adv. at twilight

wgcoachan /unkɔˈχan/ v-t. 1. scavenge; 2. loot [wn- ‘dead’ + coach- ‘eat’]

wlb /ulb/ v-i, v-t. be in pain, be hurting from

wlil /uˈlil/ n. (def. wlielc /ulˈjɛlk/) mine

wlor /uˈlor/ adv. enjoy

wmaset /umaˈsɛt/ v-i. be terrified

wnan /uˈnan/ v-i. die

wnant /uˈnant/ n. death

wnantach /unanˈtaχ/ a. 1. sickly; 2. moribund, on one's deathbed

wnwntan /ununˈtan/ v-i. be dead

woru-t /uˈorwə̥t/ n-cl. (sg. ygceu-t /inˈkɛwə̥t/) garbage, refuse, leftover, remainder, trash

woru-twr /uˌorwə̥ˈtur/ n. stench, stink, smell of refuse [woru-t ‘refuse’ + -wr]

wponechȏgc /upoˈnɛχonk/ n. health

wpwȃll /uˈpu.aɬ/ n. moss

wpwllȏȃc /upuˈɬo̯͡ɔk/ a. bubbly, fizzy, carbonated, sparkling

wpwnch /uˈpunχ/ n-cl. sand

wr /ur/ n. (def. wer-ch /uˈɛrə̥χ/, pl. saogwr /sɔˈur/, def. pl. soagwr-ch /sɔˈurə̥χ/) rose

wrmȇsh /ˈurmɛʃ/ n-cl. (sg. wrmȇgc /ˈurmɛnk/) ember

wrpontai /urˈponta͡ɪ̯/ v-t. work out, sort out, iron out, resolve [wr ? + ponti ‘peace’ + -ai]

wrwt /uˈrut/ v-i. crumble, collapse, fall apart

wsepioagc /usɛˈpjɔnk/ n. suffix

wshȏashan /uʃo̯͡aˈʃan/ v-s. request, ask (that someone do something)

wshȏch /ˈmɛʃoχ/ a. bland

wshwr /uˈʃur/ n. song

wshwrȏs /uˈʃuros/ n. music [wshwr ‘song’ + -ȏs]

wth /uθ/ n. from where? what origin?

wthuan /uˈθwan/ v-i. why?

wthuedh /uˈθwɛð/ n. reason, cause, source, origin [wthu- ‘why?’ + -uedh] ‘why’]

y

y /i/ pro. I

yaplap /i.aˈplap/ v-i. dance

yb /ib/ n-cl. (def. cl. yȃb /ˈi.ab/ or -ab /ə͡a̯b/, sg. ygc /ink/, def. sg. ygcecna /inˈkɛkna/) options, choices, possibilities

yciw̑ /ˈikju/ n. beginning, onset, start

ycreb /iˈkrɛb/ adv. again, still

ycreo̾at /iˈkrɛ.ɔt/ adv. how much longer?, how many more times?

yf /iɸ/ n. (def. yȃf /ˈi.aɸ/ or -af /ə͡a̯ɸ/) gift, present

yfyfan /iɸiˈɸan/ v-t. dye, color

ylwiȃch /iˈlujaχ/ a. deaf

ylwniab /ilunˈjab/ n. (def. yciogch /iˈkjoχ/ or yc̾iogch /iˈχjoχ/, pl. iwliuib /juljuˈib/, def. pl. iwlio-ch /julˈjo.ə̥χ/) apple

ylwt /iˈlut/ v-t. inspect, measure, check, scrutinize

ymȏatet /imo̯͡aˈtɛt/ v-i. ferment

ymwll /iˈmuɬ/ a. saintly, upstanding, irreproachable, virtuous

ymwn /iˈmun/ n. forgetfulness, absentmindedness, senility

yn /in/ n. (def. i-an /jə͡a̯n/, pl. sain /sa͡ɪ̯n/, def. pl. saiyn /saˈjin/) hawk

ynecan /inɛˈkan/ v-t. 1. bite, bite into; 2. pinch

ynoet /iˈno̯͡ɛt/ n. comfort, contentment, relaxation, calmness

ynoetach /iˈno̯͡ɛtaχ/ a. laid-back, content, relaxed, calm [ynoet ‘contentment’ + -ach]

ypl-p /ˈiplə̥p/ n-cl. (def. cl. yplof-ch /iˈploɸə̥χ/, sg. scaipl-p /ˈska͡ɪ̯plə̥p/, def. sg. scieflof-ch /skjɛ̯ɸˈloɸə̥χ/) salt

yry /ˈiri/ adv. contrary to expectations, unexpectedly, actually, end up, turn out

yryth /iˈriθ/ adv. (pl. soenyth /so̯͡ɛˈniθ/) differently, another way, something else, something different

ys1 /is/ part. negative

ys2 /is/ n. south

ysc /isk/ n. (pl. noaysc /nɔˈisk/) boat, ship

yser /iˈsɛr/ n. (def. ysielc /iˈsjɛlk/) iron

ysha-t /iˈʃa͡ə̯t/ a. quiet

yshmaish /iʃˈma͡ɪ̯ʃ/ a. exquisite, fine, refined, striking, splendid, superb

yshtan /iʃˈtan/ v-i. hunt

yshwt-sh /iˈʃutə̥ʃ/ v-t. want, wish for (Obj: something unlikely or impossible)

ysh-almet /iʃə͡a̯lˈmɛt/ v-t. kiss

ysi /ˈisi/ n. (def. ogic /oˈik/, pl. noafer-f /nɔˈɸɛrə̥ɸ/, def. pl noafief /nɔˈɸjɛ̥ɸ/) monk

yslwntan /islunˈtan/ v-i. be unconscious

ysyȇt /iˈsi.ɛt/ n. replacement

ys-f /ˈisə̥ɸ/ adv. by sea, in water

ytet-s /iˈtɛtə̥s/ n. old wound

ytyȇt /iˈti.ɛt/ n. successor

yuȏsh /ˈiwoʃ/ n-cl. (def. cl. wuosh /uˈwoʃ/, no sg.) dilemma, quandary, puzzle [yb ‘choices’ + -uȏsh]