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à la	à la 
AAA dienchi	triple-A battery   
ab	by (agent; can turn to “af” before “h”); ab- (verbal prefix) = away, off 
aba	homespun (sb ) 
abad	eternity ( sb) 
abadic	eternal ( adj) 
abainc	aven (sinkhole)   
abalone	(haliotis ) = abalone 
abalorio	small glassware 
abandon	abandon (sb & vtr) 
abattis	abatis, abattis, abbattis   
abbassi	abbassid (adj & sb) 
abbat	abbot
abbatia	abbey 
abbrehg	to get out (vulg. !)
abdeh	remove ( vtr ) (to set aside); abdeh y ud x = to rid x of y 
abdeih	wean (vtr) 
abdeil	department (sb) (store; section) 
abdekhschat	to frighten / scare away 
abdication	abdication
abdomen	abdomen (sb) 
abeih	to make off, to flee 
aberration	aberration
abfeug + acc	shirk ( vpr ) 
abfug	running away (of a child; sb) 
abgeir	( to ) turn around (vint ) 
abghend	( abghènd ) = get rid of ( vpr ) 
abgwak	to burn off in excess   
abhorr	to abhor 
abieh	x ud y = to exempt y from x
abject	sickening (adj) 
abkap	to complete (vpr / vtr) 
abkhase	abkhaz
abkwah	to pick up, harness (vtr)
ablation	ablation   
ablehnc	diflect (vtr; a missile) 
ablinekw	abandon, desert (vtr) 
abnegation	abnegation (sb ) 
abneih	to take away 
abnormal	abnormal ( adj ) 
abnus	ebony wood 
aboleih	abolish (vtr) 
abominable	abominable (adj) 
abonn	(+ acc.) = to subscribe to, to buy a season ticket for
abonnent	subscriber (adj & sb) 
abonnment	subscription ( sb) 
abor	to abort 
abord	on board (of)   (adv. & prep)
abordage	boarding (of a vessel, sb) 
aborde	to board (a vessel) 
aborigine	aborigine
abortion	abortion (sb) 
aborto	little runt (sb) 
Abou Rhurayb	Abu Ghraib
Abou Simbel	Abu Simbel   
abpersne	to take to one's heels
Abraham	Abraham (npr) 
abrasion	abrasion   
abrupt	abrupt (adj; fig.) 
Abruzzi	( sing) = Abruzzo (mountain ) 
Abruzzo	Abruzzo ( region) 
absect rujiow	sawed-off shotgun ( sb) 
absent	absent (adj) 
absenteisme	absenteeism   
absinth	wormwood ( sb) 
absleub	to slip away (vint) 
absmeu	to drain (vtr/vint)   (vtr/vint)
absolutisme	absolutism   
absolutisme	absolutism   
absorb	to absorb (vtr)   
absorb	absorb (vtr) 
absorpt energia dose	absorbed dosis (total ionizing dose; sb) 
absper	bumpy (adj) 
abstauneih	stun (vtr) 
abstehm	(+ acc) = refrain from 
abstehmia	abstentionism
absteum	evaporate 
absurd	absurd (adj) 
abtrigher	trigger ( weapon; sb) 
abtrigherbornek	trigger guard   
abundant	abounding (adj) 
abunde	to abound 
abuse	to abuse (vtr)   
abveic	to move away 
abveulbh	to get round (a difficulty; sb)
abvolg	to show one's heels (vint) 
abwohndt	(& abwohnden) = roundabout (adj) (path, way) 
abyeis	to shoot (an arrow)
abysse	abyss 
acacallis	acacallis (sb ) 
acacia	acacia 
academia	academy 
acatist	prayer for the dead 
accelerator	accelerator (sb)
accelere	to accelerate 
accent	accent
accentue	to accentuate, stress
accepte	to accept 
access	access 
accident	accident (sb) 
accolade	brace { }   
accommodant	accommodating (adj) 
accompagnement	accompaniment (music)
accompliht	completed (adj) 
accorde	accord (sb & vtr)
accordeon	accordeon
accoste	to dock at 
accosteloc	berth (moorings)   
accredite	to accredit
acculturation	acculturation
accurat	neat (adj) (well done) 
accusation	accusation (sb) 
accuse	accuse (vtr) 
Acerbas	Acerbas (npr)
acete	vinegar (sb) 
acetylcholine	acetylcholine   
achak	uneasiness, malaise (sb) 
achar	pickles ( splu ) 
achi !	achoo ! (onom.) 
achiz	unable, powerless 
acid	acid ( sb & adj ) 
acolyte	acolyte 
acquiesc	(+ acc.) = to acquiesce to 
acquiseih	acquire ( vtr ) 
acquit	to acquit 
acrell	wash drawing (sb) 
acrobat	acrobat (sb) 
acrobatia	acrobatic feat (sb) 
acronym	acronym
act	act (sb); act os accusation = indictment; Acts im Apostels = Actes des Apôtres
actia	share (finance; sb)
actiacompagnie	Incorporated (company)   (a.c.)
actiasmyehria	shareholding
action	action
actionnaire	shareholder
activa	assets (splu) (accounting) 
active substance	active ingredient (medicine)   
active substance	active ingredient
activitat	activity (sb) 
actor	actor (sb) 
actoria	cast (of actors)   
actrice	actress (sb) 
actualitat	news ( splu) 
actuarial science	actuarial science   
actuation	lawsuit
actue	to proceed (before a court) 
acuscherin	midwife (sb) 
acustic tube	speaking tube
acut	acute
ad	at (prep) 
adab	good manners ( splu ) 
adadh	number (n°; sb ) 
adagio	adage (sb) 
adam	human (sb) 
adapte	to adapt (vtr)   
adaptive optique	adaptive optics
adaptive radiation	adaptive evolution   
adarb	barricade (sb; parapet between two towers) 
adarissa	idrisid   
adark	scum of reed (sb) 
adarle	poppy (sb) 
adawa	enmity (sb ) 
adbehr	to make an offering of (vtr) 
addeih	to add (vtr)   
addeih	add (vtr) 
addic	devote (vtr) 
Addis Abeba	Addis Ababa (npr) 
addition	addition ( sb) 
adduc	to end up (place ) 
adequat	adequate ( adj ) 
adet	habit ( sb ) 
adfall	attack, outbreak (illness) 
adglehmer	to stick/hang to
adhes	(+ acc.) = to join, to adhere to 
adhesionsproceddure	adhesion procedure   
adib	literate (adj) 
adic	usual (adj) 
Adieu	Farewell (interjection) 
adil	right (adj) (righteousness)
adjudant-chef	chief warrant officer 
adjudication	awarding (sb) 
adjust	to adjust 
adjustable seizer	adjustable wrench (USA, Canada), adjustable spanner (UK, and most other English-speaking countries)   
admahel	subpoena 
Admet	Admetus
administre	administer (including drugs)
admiral	admiral (sb) 
admire	to admire 
admission	admission (sb) 
admitt	admit (vtr) 
adnehm	to award (ex: a medal) 
adobe	adobe (brick) 
adon	to atone 
Adonis	Adonis (npr) 
adopt	to adopt 
adoquin	cobblestone 
ador	wheat (sb) (wide decoccum) 
adore	adore
adorne	to bedizen, bedeck 
adpeurt	to establish the filiation of 
adrenaline	adrenaline ( sb) 
adresse	address (sb) 
adresse bar	addresse bar   
adresseit	addressee (sb) 
adriug	lazy ( adj ) 
adskweis	common hawthorn 
adstrehm	to rush/flood   
adstrohm	rush/flood (sb)   (sb & prev os "adstrehm"
aduar	ad(o)uar
adulation	adulation
adult	adult (adj, sb) 
Advent	Advent (sb) 
adverse effect	adverse effect (medicine; sb) 
advocat	lawyer (sb) (Justice) 
advocat general	general counsel (sb) 
advocature	lawyers' bar
advoque	advocate (vtr) 
adwar	dowery 
adyuneg	to place side by side
adyuneg	add (vtr)
aegid	aegis (sb) 
aend	duck (sb) 
Aeneas	Aeneas (npr) 
Aeneis	Aeneid (sb) 
aerobic	aerobic   
aerodrom	aerodrome (sb)
aeronautic	aeronautic
aerosol	aerosol   (chemia)
aerospacial	aerospace 
aerostat	aerostat
afa	bad luck (sb ) 
affable	affable (adj ) 
affaire	affair 
affec	to affect (move)
affectat	stiff, stilted (fig.)
affection	affection
affidavit	affidavit
affiliation	affiliation
affinitat	affinity   
affirmative action	affirmative action
afflut	exhalation, effluvium (sb) 
affresco	fresco 
afire	blueberry (sb) 
aflig	to distress, aflict
aforise	curse (vtr) 
Africa	[Afrika] = Africa (npr) 
African	african (adj & sb) 
afsos	I 'm sorry 
afu	mercy (sb ) 
afuna	blueberry (sb ) 
ag	to act; to go together (when referring to a group), to push, to lead; ag claus = to be bordering/verging on 
agama	denomination (religion)
agapes	(splu) = agape feast (Christendom; sb) 
agar	if, in case 
agarian	(racist insult against Arabs or Muslims) (sb) ( !) 
agaru	African myrrh (sb) 
agave	agave
Agayos	(Sea) Aegean (npr) 
agede	to squint 
agence	agency
agent	agent; policeman (sb) 
agglomeration	agglomeration
agglutinant	agglutinating (adj) (language) 
aggregat	aggregate (including pellets)
aggressive	aggressive (adj) 
aghel	disgusting (adj) 
agher	cultivated field (sb) 
agherd	wild pear-tree (sb) 
aghnue	mien kerd aghnuet = my heart pains me
aghyern	morning ( sb ) 
Aghyernland	Levant (npr) 
agian	pitched battle 
agiasma	Holy water ( sb ) 
agil	agile (adj) 
agilitat	agility   
agitator	agitator ( sb ) 
agite	shake, agitate ( vtr ) 
agla	brood ( sb ) ( small animals ) 
aglow	haze (sb) 
aglu	rain cloud (sb ) 
agmen	army on the march 
agmo	trajectory, route (sb) 
agn	lamb ( sb ) 
agnosticisme	agnosticism   
agonia	agony ( sb ) 
agonise	to be dying 
agor	household ( sb) 
agos	bad action, going-ons 
agraf	safety pin ( sb ) 
agree	to accept, approve, agree 
agrement	approval, consent   
agrent	farmer (sb); agricultural (adj) 
agriculture	agriculture (sb)
Agrigento	Agrigento   
agriverslyn	agribusiness 
agrochemical	agrochemical   
agroforesterie	agroforestry
agronom	agronomist
agronomia	agronomy
agros	cultivated countryside
agrotoxic	agrotoxin   
agrue	to scour the countryside
Agulhas	Agulhas   (nam uns rass ye id sud os Africa
ahammiyat	scope (sb) (importance) 
ahock	se = to curl up, to huddle up 
AIDS	Acquisiht Immunodeficiency Syndrome = AIDS ( sb ) 
aig	oak ( sb) (green) 
air	air ( sb ); air conditionen = air conditioning/-ned; air force = air force 
air-conditionen unitat	air conditioning unit   
aircrobatia	(sing) = aerobatics ( splu ) 
airdruna	air current (sb) 
airise	air (vtr) 
airise	( -t/-n ) = airy ( adj) 
airlotse	air controller   
airmarcoten	air-layering   
airnav	aircraft (sb)
airpiratia	aircraft hijacking 
airport	airport (sb) 
airsclus	lock (sm ) 
airsleidnav	hovercraft (sb) 
aise	ease (sb)
aisic	easy
aiw	age, era (sb); ever (adv) 
aiwic	of ever, eternal, everlasting (adj) 
aiwic sneigv	perpetual snow 
aiwo	age, era (sb); ever (adv)
aiwoboli	evergreen   
aja	grandmother ( sb ) 
ajaban !	Gosh ! 
ajal	last hour ( fig) 
ajayib	unusual ( adj ) 
ajdadh	(sing) = ancestors ( splu ) 
ajib	incredible ( adj) 
ajib	astonishing ( adj) 
ajiz	shot (adj; when referring to a discouraged person ) 
ajlaf	villain (adj. & sb) (pejorative ) 
ajowan	ajwain (sb) 
ak	point (a sharp configuration; sb) 
ak	(or "akut") = sharp (adj) 
akap	to end (vtr/vint) 
akbaba	scavenger (sb) 
akel	presence of mind (sb) 
aker	maple (sb); acrid
Akest	Acastus   
Akharnay	Acharnai (npr) 
akhat	agate (sb) 
Akhilleus	Achilles (npr) 
akhir	latest, last (adj ) ( recent) 
Akhira	the Otherworld 
akhire	to postpone 
akkaditum	akkadian   
akmak	scatterbrained, crazy ( adj , sb) 
akmen	vault ( sb) 
akmenspetra	keystone 
akowsie	to prick up one's ears 
akri	acrid
akride	grasshopper (sb) 
akro	top ( sb ) (highest point ) 
Akropoli	Acropolis ( npr ) 
akster	lively, strong ( adj ) (fig , color, sense ) 
akstrag	fish spear (multi-pronged spear)   
akstraum	witty (full of humour; adj) 
aktwn	twilight ray 
akwn	barb, herl (sb) 
al	raise, breed (vtr) 
Al-Gaddafi	Gaddafi ( npr ) 
al-hamdulillah !	thank you God ! 
Al-Khawarizmih	Al -Khwarizmi ( npr ) 
Al-Khwarizmi	Al-Khwarizmi   
al-Mawsil	Mosul
alabasch	kohlrabi (sb) 
alabster	alabaster ( sb ) 
alaf	ration (sb) (food) 
alafa	(& lafa ) = stipend, salary (sb) 
alamat	punctuation mark; alamat os mathal = quotation mark, guillemet 
alambique	alembic (sb) 
alamode	fashionable (adj) 
alarme	alarm (sb & vtr) 
alascha	gelding (sb ) 
alat	tool (sb) 
alat-machine	machine tool
alatengjia	toolbar
alatos	set of tools
alaud	(& alauda) = lark (sb) 
alausa	shad (sb) 
alawite	alawite
alay	train, retinue (sb); to stroll about 
alayissalam !	May the peace be upon Him ! 
Alba	Scotland (npr) 
Alban	Scot (sb); scottish, scotch (adj) 
albarda	packsaddle (sb) 
albarrada	albarrada ( sm ) ( tile pattern representing a vase of flowers) 
albarrana (tor)	Albarrana tower   
albatroz	albatross ( sb) 
albatt	(& albatta) = certainly, indeed (adv ) 
albblond	white-blond 
Albertus Magnus	Albertus Magnus
albh	white (adj) 
albhspirit	white spirit ( sm) 
albino	albino ( adj , sm ) 
albit	stye; barley grain 
albu	sprite ( sb ) 
albud	swan ( sb) 
albumen	albumen   
albyo	wondrous-shiny world   
alchemia	alchemy (sb) 
Alcmene	Alcmene ( npr ) 
alcohol	alcohol (sb) 
alcoholisme	alcoholism
alcoholmeider	breathalyzer
ald	trough (sb) 
aldehyde	aldehyde (sb) 
aldia	pirogue (sb) 
Aldus Manutius	Aldus Manutius   
aleator music	aleatoric music   
aleg	to allege, to defend oneself 
alemann	alemanni (adj & sub. sing.)
alemannisch	alemannic   
Alendyin	Aladdin
Aleppo	Aleppo
alerte	alert (sb & vtr) 
alevi	alevi
alevisme	alevism
Alexander	Alexander 
alexandrin	alexandrine   
alfalfa	alfalfa ( sb ) 
alfarrabi	old book   
algara	clash, brush (sb) 
algebra	algebra   
algebri	algebraic   
Alger	Algiers (npr) 
algerese	inhabitant of Algiers (adj & sb) 
Algeria	Algeria (npr) 
algerian	algerian (adj & sb) 
algorithme	algorithm
alguasil	alguacil   
algv	to be awarded (a price = acc.; vtr); to earn (sb) 
Alhazen	Alhazen (npr) 
alian	wrath (sb) 
aliat	Aleut(ian)   
alibi	alibi
Alice	Alice
Alienor	Eleanor   
alim	erudite (adj); scientist (sb) 
aliment	food (sb) 
alinea	paragraph (in a legal text)
alinea-alamat	pilcrow   
alineat	aligned (adj) (fig.) 
alisia	chequer tree (sb) 
aliw	silver-gilt (sb) 
alixire	elixir (sb) 
aljiss	gypsum (sb) 
alkali	alkali   
alkalin	alkaline   
alkene	alkene   
Alkibiades	Alicibiades
Alkinoos	Alcinous   
alkuba	alcove (sb) 
Allah	Allah (npr) 
allee	alley, aisle
allegence	allegiance 
allegorise	to allegorize (vtr)   
allele	allele   
allergen	allergen
allergia	allergy
allergic	allergic (adj) 
allie	to ally 
alligator	alligator   
alliteration	alliteration   
allodh	allocate (vtr) 
allottment	allotment
almadraba	tunny net 
almanac	almanac (sb ) 
almar	cupboard, chest (on the wall) 
almentask	(school) homework
almujna	alms ( sf ) 
almujner	chaplain ( sb) 
almujnerie	chaplaincy 
alnos	completely, wholly 
alokad	frolicsmoe, downy 
aloyau	striploin (CA), sirloin   
Alpes	Alps (npr) 
alphabet	alphabet (sb)
alphabetic	alphabetic 
Alphayos	Alphaeus (Bible, father of James)
Alpheios	Alpheus   
alpin	alpine (adj & sb)
alpin ski	alpine skiing 
als	else   
als	otherwise, else (adv) 
alsen	alder   (correct maynen !)
alsen	alder (sb) 
also	also, so (adv.) 
altar	altar (sb) 
alter	the other (one) 
altercation	altercation
alterglobalisme	alterglobalism
alternation	alternation
altice	embroidery (sb) (sewing) 
altie	to embroider 
altruisme	altruism
alu	ale (sb) 
alue	to roam, to loiter about 
aluminium	aluminium (sb) 
aluminium schid	aluminium foil   
alv	bed of a watercourse (sb) 
alvey	hive (sb) 
alveycomputing	cloud computing
alyo	another (declinable) 
am	past tense of “amem” 
amabiltats	(splu) = amiability 
amalan	practically ( adv ) 
Amalek	Amalek (npr) 
amalgame	amalgam (sb) 
Amaltheia	Amalthea (npr) 
aman	have mercy ! ( interjection ); mercy, pardon (sb)
amanat	security, guarantee (private law) 
amanita	amanita   
amanuensis	amanuensis   
amar	mooring rope (sb) 
amarant	amaranth (flower)
amarinia	Amharic   
amasirr	berber
amat	pleasant 
amateur	amateur 
Amathus	Amathus (npr) 
amaxi	body (sb ) (vehicle) 
Amazonas	Amazon ( npr) (river of Brazil) 
amazone	Amazon (sb ) 
Amazonia	Amazonia (sb) 
amazonic	Amazonian (adj) 
ambact	intermediary, go-between, middleman (sb)
ambag	to commit oneself 
ambassade	embassy (sb) 
ambassador	ambassador   
ambassador	ambassador (sb) 
ambassadrice	(female) ambassador   
ambel	varietal   (idafi maynen)
ambel	vine wood 
amber	gray amber 
ambghehrd	to encompass
ambh	(& perambh) = around (prep) 
ambhkaup	to go shopping 
ambhkeung	linger ( vpr ) 
ambhneus	to nose around 
ambhriss	outline (sb) 
ambhspehc	to look around
ambhtaste	to fumble around
ambhwaurg	to bully (vtr)
ambi	on both sides 
ambient	environment (sb ) 
ambiental	environmental
ambigenos	ambigenous   
ambigu	ambiguous ( adj) 
ambigwiv	amphibious (adj & sb) 
ambikwehl	to bustle about 
ambikwol	valet (sb) 
ambiluur	stakeout   
ambinter	divider   
ambitieus	ambitious
ambivalent	ambivalent   
ambo	all both
Ambrosius	Ambrose
ambtos	from both sides 
ambulance	ambulance (sb) 
ambulant veneg	peddler (sb) 
ambulator	ambulatory   (medical)
amdani	income (sb) 
ame	to be(come) attached to (fig.)
amem	feed (vtr) 
amendement	amendment
America	America   
America	America (npr) 
American	american (adj. & sb) 
American Revolution	American Revolution   
amethyst	amethyst ( sb) 
amfer	bucket ( sb) 
amin	reliable (adj) ( person) 
amino acid	amno acid   
amirahor	master of stables (sm ) 
amirat	Emirate (sb) 
amirbar	Mayor of the Palace (sb) 
amire	amir (sb); Amire im Muaminen = Commander of the Faithful 
amire im muaminen	Amir alMu'minin   
amirmajlis	chairperson (of an assembly) 
amirmakhkma	court president 
amirselah	fencing master (sb ) 
amiwa	(plu) = sorrows ( plu ) 
amla	phyllanthus emblica (sb) 
amlak	(sing) = assets (plu, finance) 
amma	adoptive mother (sb) 
ammer	command   
ammer	command (sb) & to command + acc. of the person 
Ammianus Marcellinus	Amianus Marcellinus   
ammonia	ammonia (sb) 
ammonium	ammonium
Ammurapi	Hammurabi (npr) 
amnesia	amnesy
amnistia	amnesty (sb) 
amnistye	amnesty (vtr) 
amor	attachment (love, endeavour)
amoral	amoral   
amortisation	amortization
amortise	amortize, pay off (vtr) (capital) 
ampere	ampere (sb) 
amphibia	amphibian (adj & sb) 
amphibolite	amphibolite (sb) 
amphitheatre	amphitheatre, lecture hall
amphora	amphora (sb)
amplifie	to amplify 
amplor	extent (sb) 
ampull	bulb, phial (sb) 
ampute	to amputate 
ampwa	raspberry (sb) 
amt	tenure   
amtire	to be in office
amulett	amulet (sb) 
Amur	Amur (npr) 
amvon	church pulpit (sb) 
amygdala	amygdala   
an	if, whether ( conj ) ( introducing a question ) 
ana	on the edge of 
anabaptiste	Anabaptist (adj , sb ) 
anac	past tense of “anac” 
anadeh	attribute, allocate, impute (vtr)
Anadolu	Anatolia (npr) 
anadoludan	Anatolian   
Anadyomene	Anadyomene 
anaeg	to use sparingly   
anaerobic	aerobic   
anafer	blessed bread (sb) 
anaglypt	low relief (sb) 
anal	anal (adj.)   
analgetic	analgesic, painkiller   
analog	analogous
analog photographia	analog photography   
analogic	analog(ue) (adj.)
analogon	analogon   
analyse	analysis (sb) and analyze (vtr); analyse gridel = evaluation grid
anamnese	meditation (sb) (religious contemplation); to meditate (vint) 
ananas	pineapple (sb ) 
ananec	to present, bring (vtr) 
anapaest	anapaest   
anateina	(sing.) = goosebumps
anathema	anathema
anatomia	anatomy   
anatomise	to dissect 
Anaxagoras	Anaxagoras   
Anaximander	Anaximander   
Anchises	Anchises
anchoa !	not possible ! 
anchova	anchovy (sb) 
ancian	ancient (fig.) 
anda	musk (sb) (gland, perfume) 
andaluth	Andalusian
andam	lock (vtr) 
andeir	firedog, andiron   
andem	jewel, flower work (fig.) 
Andes	Andes (splu) 
andh	to cover (a distance) (vtr) 
andhwrnt	route, lap (sb) 
andin	andean
andos	bloom, herb (sb) 
Andreas	Andrew
androgene	androgen   
androgyne	androgynous   
androgynia	androgyny   
android	(an) droid ( sb) 
Andromache	Andromache   
Andromeda	Andromeda 
andsa	medicinal plants 
andyes	flowering ( sf ) 
anecdote	anecdote (sf ) 
anemia	anemia ( sf ) 
anemon	anemone (sf ) 
aneria	manly strength 
anesthesia	anaesthetics
anesthesye	to give an anaesthetics to
aneta	door-post (sb) 
aneurysme	aneurysm (sb) 
anfractuositat	vertical crevice (sb) 
anganan	estimate, invoice 
angel	angel (sb) 
angh	narrow (adj.); to tighten 
anghen	person (sb) 
anghencapital	human capital
anghpasse	narrow gorge, pass 
anghpert	alley ( sf ) 
angina	angina   
angiotensine	agiotensin   
angkhi	khaki ( sb , adj ) 
angkin	waist scarf 
angle	Angle (Germanic people; adj. & sb)
anglicisant	English-speaking (adj. & sb)
angolan	angolan   
angst	anxiety (sb) 
angule	angle (sb) 
angulekaws	square bracket [ ]
angver	young snake, squib 
angwi	eel 
anhaingher	trailer (sb) 
animal	animal
animal park	animal park   
animation	animation (dynamic medium in which images or objects appear as moving images; condition of being animate or alive)   
animator	group leader (entertainment, vacation ressort)
anime	to animate 
animee	anime (japanese animation)   
animisme	animism (sb) 
animositat	animosity (sb) 
anion	anion (sb) 
anis	anise (sb) 
ank	hook, peg 
anker	anchor (sm) 
ankul	shoot (of plant; sb ) 
ankus	sting ( sb) ( for elephants ) 
ankylose	ankylosis (sb) 
ann	past tense of “annem” 
annals	annals 
annect	to annex 
annem	to breathe; breath 
annemraudh	pneumatophore   
annex	annex(e) (sb); subsidiary (adj)
anniversar	anniversary (sb) 
annotation	annotation
annular	ring finger 
annulation	annulation 
annunce	announcement
anodin	anodyne   
anomalia	anomaly
anon	food (sb) 
anonymitat	anonymity   
anorak	anorak (sb) 
anorectic	anorectic   (pharmac)
anse	handle (eg. of cup) 
Anselm	Anselm
ansia	bridle, rein (sb) 
ansu	ǫ́ss, áss, ás, ásynja (norse mythology, the plurals of these words are: æsir, ásynjur)   (Kay addihes tod maynen do id ja existent werd)
ansu	spirit ( sb ) 
ant	before, in front of 
antagoniste	antagonist   
Antakya	Antioch ( npr ) 
antarctic	antarctic (adj) 
Antarctid	Antarctica ( np ) 
Antayos	Antaeus   
antbehr	+ acc = do without ( vpr ) 
antecedd	antecede (vtr.)   
antenne	antenna (sb) 
anter	rather ( adv ) 
antgreip	hang on ( vint) ( cling ) 
anthere	anther   
antheric	anthericum (plant; sb) 
Anthony van Dyck	Anthony van Dyck (npr) 
anthracite	anthracite
anthrax	anthrax (disease; sb) 
anthropophag	anthropophag
anti	opposite (adj, direction) 
anti-septic	antiseptic (adj. & sb)
antibiotic	antibiotic ( sb , adj) 
antichamber	antechamber (sb) 
antichrist	antichrist (sb) 
anticipation	anticipation
anticlimax	punch line (sb, story)
antidepressive	antidepressive   
antidote	antidote 
antidrogh rehab	(& rehabilitation) = drug rehabilitation (sb) 
antigen	antigen   
Antigone	Antigone (npr) 
Antigonos Doson	Antigonus Doson
Antikleia	Anticlea   
Antikythera	Antikythera (np) 
Antilles	West Indies (npr) 
antillian	West Indian (adj & sb) 
antilope	antelope   
antiokw	backside   
antipersonel mine	antipersonnel mine
Antiphates	Antiphates (npr)
antiphon	antiphon   
antiphonarium	antiphonary   
antiphrase	antiphrasis   
antipode	antipode   
antiquar	antiquarian (sb) 
antique	antique (the object)   
Antiquitat	Antiquity (sb) 
antiretroviral	antiretroviral
antischemisme	antisemitic (adj. & sb)
antisclaveriste	opponent of slavery (adj. & sb)
Anton	Anthony
antonym	antonym   
antplehc	develop ( vtr ) 
antreus	+ acc. = to count on, rely on 
antreus	to rely on 
antro	antrum, cave (sb) 
antsalg	+ acc. = escape (vtr) 
antsalgvalvule	exhaust valve   
antskand	rebound (vint) 
antslehnk	develop (vint); antslehnkend lands = developping countries
antwehrd	answer (vtr & sb)
antwohrd	past tense of "antwehrd"
anua	old woman 
anun	(sing ) = depths ( splu ) 
anus	anus   
Anwar as-Sadat	Anwar Sadat
anxietat	anxiety (sb) 
anxieus	worried (adj) 
anyow	password (sb) 
aoid	aoidos 
Aosta	Aosta
ap	make fit (vtr ) 
apache	apache
apanage	appanage (sb) 
apank	down ( adj) 
apart	apart (adv)
apartment	apartment (sb) 
apathia	apathy   
apathic	apathetic (adj)
apatrid	stateless (person)
apel	apple (sb) 
Apelles	Apelles (npr) 
Apennins	Apennines ( splu ) 
aper	wild boar (sm ) 
aperitif	appetizer (sb) 
aperture	overture (sb)
apex	apex (sb) 
aphelium	aphelion   
aphorisme	aphorism   
Aphrodisias	Aphrodisias (npr) 
Aphrodite	Aphrodite   
Aphrodite	Aphrodite (npr) 
api	but, now ( conj ) 
apiculture	apiculture, beekeeping   
aplon	apple-tree 
apnea	apnea (sb) 
apni	rapid river 
apo	off (prep) 
apocryph	apocryphal
apogee	apogee (sb) 
apokwihen	+ acc. = retaliate (vtr ) (military) 
apokwiti	retaliation, reprisal ( sb) 
Apollon	Apollo (npr) 
apolloni	Apollonian   
apologia	apology
apoplexia	apoplexy   
apos	joint ( sb) 
aposcidd	ramification/to ramify (vint)   
apostat	apostate   
apostatise	apostatize   
apostel	apostle (sb) 
apotheke	pharmacy (sb) 
apotheker	pharmacist (sb) 
Appalaches	(splu) = Appalachian Mountains (splu)
appalachian	Appalachian (adj & sb)
apparat	apparatus 
appareih	to appear 
apparence	appearence   
appartment	appartment (sb) 
appassionat	with a keen interest 
appell	appeal (sb) 
appelle	to appeal 
appendix	appendix ( sb) 
appetitt	appetite (sm ) 
appetittant	appetizing (adj) 
application	application (sb) 
applie	apply (to put on, to implement;  vtr); applien paursken = applied research
apprehension	apprehension (fear; sb)
approbe	to approve
approximative	approximative
apricot	apricot (sb ) 
aprile	April (sb) 
aproposs	a propos
aproviande	refuel (vtr ) 
aps	aspen ( sb ) 
apsis	apse   
apt	fit (adj ) 
apter	behind 
apterchasse	to pursue, chase   (plais modifiete !)
apterchasse	to give chase to 
apterpersne	to follow hot on the heels of
aptersok	to give chase to   (plais modifiete !)
aptersok	pursue (vtr) 
apteschka	first aid box
aptosmenos	ulterior motive   
Apuleius	Apuleius   
aqua	water (sb) (element, mineral) 
aquaculture	aquaculture   
aquaforte	etching (sb) 
aquamarin	áquamarine (color)   
aquarelle	water colouring (sb.)   
aquarium	aquarium   
aquat	watery (adj ) 
aqueduct	aqueduct (sb) 
Aquen Nepot	“Nephew of Waters”, Neptune (Indo-European God) 
aquil	merlin (bird) 
aquilin	aquiline   
aquitan	Aquitanian   
ar	for ( conj); (& are) plow ( vtr ) 
arab	Arab(ic) (adj. & sb); Arab Mar = Arabian Sea
arabesque	arabesque ( sb) 
Arabia	Arabia (npr) 
Arachne	Arachne ( npr ) 
arachnid	arachnid (sb) 
aralasch	(sing) = dodgy dealings (splu) 
aramay	aramaic
arank	spider ( sb ) 
arankium	cobweb 
arasih	accidentally (adv) 
Arasz'Israel	Eretz Israel (npr) 
araszi	land (property) 
araszi lwosa	land grabbing   
araszireforme	land reform
arater	ard (plow) 
arbitrager	referee, ref   
arbitrair	arbitrary ( adj) 
arbust	shrub (sb) 
arc	arc (sb) 
arc-boutant	flying buttress (sb) 
arcade	arcade
arcaden leiksall	amusement arcade, video arcade   
arcane	arcane ( sb) 
arch	(& archi-) - = archi -( prefix ) 
arch(i)-	arch(i)- (prefixe)   
archae	(& archaebacteria ) = archaea (sb) 
archangel	archangel   
archayic	archaic
arche	arch (architecture, sb) 
archel	casket 
Archelaos	Archelaos (npr) 
archeologia	archaeology (sb) 
archer	archer (sb) 
archet	bow (for music instrument)
Archimedes	Archimedes (npr) 
archipelegv	archipelago (sb) 
architecte	architect (sb) 
architecture	architecture (sb)
archive	archive (sb) 
Arctid	Arctic (npr) 
arcu	archery , bow and arrows (sb) 
ardeh	to align, arrange 
ardent	ardent (fig; adj) 
ardh	earth (sb) 
ardhem	census; to take a census of 
ardie	Tuesday (sb) 
ardmen	total number of people
arduase	slate (sb) 
ared	wader (sm , adj ) 
arehg	to contain within onself 
areis	hazelnut (sb) 
arel	minor nobleman 
arena	arena (sb) 
arendator	lessor
arende	lease (sb) 
Ares	Ares   
arful	holly (sb) 
arg	brightness (sb) 
argat	farm boy (sb) 
argavan	lilac (adj, color) 
Argentina	Argentina (npr) 
argentine	Argentine (adj & sb; pertaining to Argentina) 
arghen	small crane for burdens (fr: guindal) 
argikwaun	greyhound
argist	swiftest (adj; poetry)
argonaut	Argonaut (Greek mythology)   
argot	argot   
argu	shiny (adj) 
argue	to argue 
argwrnt	silver 
argwrntkovach	silversmith ( sb) 
aria	aria (sb) 
Ariadne	Ariadne ( npr ) 
arianisme	arianism   
arid	arid ( adj) 
Arikia	Aricia   
Ariosto	Ariosto ( npr ) 
Aristarkhos	Aristarchus ( npr ) 
Aristayos	Aristaeus   
aristocrat	aristocrat (adj & sb) 
Aristophanes	Aristophanes (npr) 
Aristoteles	Aristotle (npr) 
arithmetic	arithmetical
arithmetique	arithmetics
ark	to contain (to make a containment of), to discard 
arker	bow-window 
arkeut	calotropis, milkweed
arkwn	saddle bow
arkwnekw	(arkwnekwo) = pommel horse
armada	armada (sb) 
armadillo	armadillo   
armagan	travel present 
arme	weapon, arm (sb) ; to arm 
armee	army (sb) 
armel	handle (sb) 
Armelchenal	(English) Channel (npr) 
armene	Armenian (adj, sb) 
Armoric	Armorica
armur	armour (sb) 
armuria	armory (sb) 
armuriar	weaponsmith (sb) 
aroma	aroma ( sb) 
aromantic	aromantic   
aromatic	aromatic ( adj) 
arpagic	chives (sb) 
Arpakschad	Arpakshad (npr) 
arquebuse	harquebus ( sb) 
arraboun	deposit ( sb) 
arrest	arrest ( sb ) 
arreste	to arrest 
Arrian	Arrian
arrive	to arrive 
arriven	arrival (sb); arrived (past participle) 
arriviste	social climber   
arrogance	arrogance (sb) 
arrondissement	arrondissement
arsenal	arsenal ( sb ) 
arsenic	arsenic (sb) 
arsep	hawthorn ( sb ) 
art	art (sb ) 
Art-nouveau	Art Nouveau   
Artemis	Artemis (npr) 
arteriographia	arteriography (sb) 
article	article (sb) 
articule	articulate (vtr) 
artifact	artifact (sb) 
artifice	artifice
artifice	device, trick (sb) 
artillerie	artillery
artilleriste	artilleryman
artisanat	artisanat 
artiste	artist
artor	ploughman 
artwehrg	work of art, artwork   
arua	intestine (sb) 
arus	wound ( sf ) 
arwr	topsoil ( sf ) 
arwrn	cereal (sb) 
aryo	Bactrian   (bahsa)
aryo	aryan
Aryoctenmarche	Noble Eightfold Path (Buddhism)
as	of the (genitive feminine) 
asadh	frank ( adj) ( free) 
asadheihsa	manumission, affranchisement   
asafa	how awful ! 
asarion	rumex scutatus (sb) 
asarura	azarole (sb) 
asavar	draft ox 
asayma	eyespot ( sm) 
asbest	asbestos (sb) 
-asc	( suffix ) = to become X 
ascalot	shallot 
ascend	ascend   
ascension	ascent, Ascension Day
ascese	asceticism (sb) 
ascete	ascetic ( n. , adj) 
asch	ash (sb) 
aschabak	jet (lignite)   
aschabak	jet (lignite)
aschbak	ashtray (sb) 
aschencredie	Ash Wednesday
Ascherah	Asherah   
aschikar	plain, obvious ( adj ) 
aschkenasi	ashkenazi
aschlad	grafting (sb) 
aschladise	grafting (sb)   
aschladise	to graft 
Aschour	Assur (npr) 
aschouray	assyrian
Aschourbaniapli	Ashurbanipal
aschyesch	comforts (splu) 
asel	donkey, ass (sb) 
aselflor	mullein (sb) 
asemil	packhorse 
Aserbaydjan	Azerbaijan ( npr )
aserbaydjani	Azerbaijani (adj & sb) 
aseri	azeri
aserng	blood (vx) 
Asia	Asia (npr); Asia Minor = Asia Minor
asiar	twitch (sm ) 
asiat	Asian ( adj. & n. ) 
asiekil	horsetail (sb; plant) 
asimat	departure 
askar	military (sb) 
askari	serviceman (military)   
askari	back-up soldier 
Asklepyos	Asklepius ( npr ) 
asli	authentic (adj ) ( original ) 
asocial	asocial   
asparg	asparagus ( sb) 
aspect	aspect   
asperg	to splash
aspergill	aspergillum
aspersorium	stoup (religion)
asphalt	asphalt (sb) 
asphodel	asphodel (sb) 
asphyxia	asphyxia (sb) 
asphyxye	to asphyxiate (vtr)   
aspida	asp viper 
aspire	to aspire, suck; (+ datif) = to aspire to 
aspirin	aspirin (sb) 
asprese	racecourse (sb) 
assahi	açaì   
assamida	(& samida) = prime flour ( sb) 
assania	watermill ( sb ) 
assassin	assassin (sb) assassinate (vtr) 
assemblage	assembling (sb)
assemblee	assembly (sb) 
assidu	assiduous
assigne	assign (vtr ) 
assirat	sloping bed, ridge back (sb) 
assist	to assist 
assistant	Wizard software
assistence	assistance (sb; help) 
assiyurn	stirrup leather (sb) 
association	association
associeit	associated, partner   
assocye	associate (vtr) 
assombreus	haunting, astonishing   
assonance	assonance
assortie	to match something with 
assortiment	assortment
assump	to assume 
assumption	assumption (Mary)   (Maria)
assymmetria	assymetry (sb) 
astak	lobster (sb ) 
astat	astatine (sb) 
aster	star (sb) 
asterisk	asterisk (sb)
asteroid	asteroid   
asteroid	asteroid (sb) 
asthma	asthma (sb) 
astrec	screed   (demped keramide)
astreinte	penalty payment
astringence	astringency   
astrolog	astrologer
astronautique	astronautics   
astronom	astronomer
astrophysique	astrophysics
asulejo	tile of glazed earthenware
Aswan	Aswan (npr) 
asyle	asylum ( sb ) 
at(-alamat)	at sign, @   
Atalante	Atalanta
Atarneus	Atarneus (npr) 
atavia	ancestry 
atavic	ancestral 
atelier	workshop (sb) 
Athanasius	Athanasius   
atheiste	Atheist (adj. & n. ) 
Athenas	Athens ( npr ) 
athenay	athenian (adj. & sb) 
Athenayos	Athenaeus (npr) 
athiber	aloe (sb) 
athicale	polish (vtr ) 
athicate	spit ( sb ) (for frying ) 
athime	formidable ( adj) 
athlete	athlete (sb) 
athletique	athletics 
athtecah	Aztec ( adj. & sb ) 
atlant	Atlantean (adj , sb) 
Atlantic	Atlantic (adj & sb) 
Atlantide	Atlantis (npr) 
atmen	soul
Atmosphere	atmosphere (sb) 
atoll	atoll   
atom	atom (sb) 
atomarehg	nuclear containment building
atomic pile	atomic pile   
atonal music	atonality   
atrabile	black bile
atraf	(sing) = surroundings (splu) 
Atreide	Atreida   
Atreides	Atreides   
atrioventricular fascicule	bundle of His   
atroce	atrocious (adj) 
atrocitat	atrocity, outrage   
atrophia	atrophy (sb.)   
atrophiat	withered (adj) 
atrophie	atrophy (vtr., vintr.)   
atta	stepfather 
attache	to attach 
attachement	attachment   
attachement	attachment
attaque	attack (sb & vtr) 
attar	spice merchant ( sb ) 
attention	attention (sb) 
attentive	attentive 
attic	attic (sb) ( architecture) 
Attikai	Attica ( npr ) 
attir	perfume oil (sb) 
attitude	attitude   
attitude	attitude (sb) 
attract	attractiveness (sb ) 
attrag	to attract   
attributive adjective	attributive adjective
au	or ( conj); to be without 
aubergine	eggplant ( sb ) 
auburn	auburn, reddish-brown   
auction	auction (sb) 
auctionaire	auctioneer (sb) 
audin	mink (sb) 
audio	audio 
audiovisual	audiovisual
audit	audit; audit firma = audit firm
audite	to audit   
auditor	auditor   (bukhalten)
Audowaker	Odoacer
aug	to increase   
aug	to increase 
augmentet/augmenten realitat	augmented reality   
augos	strength , power ( sf ) 
augure	omen   
Augustus	Augustus ( npr ) 
augwedor	swelling, rising (of a river; sb) 
aukat	mood, frame of mind 
aul	(aulice) = pipe; throughfare (sb) 
aula	courtyard (sb) 
aulice	(street) road   
aulos	aulos (sb; double flute) 
auluck	groove, slot 
aulwehrg	piping (sb) 
aum	reasoning (sb); reason (vint); + acc. = to suspect something
aumber	shower, rain (of storm) 
aun	without (prep) 
aunbeidos	recalcitrant (adj)
aunbelos	superfluous (adj) 
aunberd	beardless   
auncovehr	detect ( vtr ) 
aundamn	unscathed   
aundaunet	undead (adj & sb) 
aundexia	clumsiness (sb) 
aundwoi	without doubt 
aunfin	endless 
aunfinia	endlessness
aunfund cheque	bounced check, rubber check, bad check (USA), dud cheque (BR)   
aungrund	abyss, gulf 
aungvit	imperishable
aunharm	harmless 
aunieusia	assault & battery; injury 
aunkabel netwehrg	wireless network   
aunlautel	non-profit (adj)
aunnumer	countless (adj) 
aunpagia	nomadism
aunpaur	intrepid (adj) 
aunporm passager	free rider
aunpotem	unfathomable (adj) 
aunpris	priceless (adj) 
aunrect	undue (adj) 
aunroug	to unbridle 
aunsaldeih	desalinate (vtr)
aunsam	singular, peculiar 
aunspeh	desperat, hopeless 
aunstehg	to discover 
aunstehgen	discovery ( sb ) 
aunstehm	to condemn 
aunstupp	to uncork (vtr) 
aunsuccessia	unsuccess, lack of success (sb) 
aunswehpia	insomnia (sb) 
auntitule	untitled (ex
aunulter	unsurpassed ( adj ) 
aunupergumt	impassable ( adj ) 
aunviel netwehrg	wireless network   
aunvyigia	weightlessness ( sb) 
aur	to hear; ear (sb) 
aura	aura (sb) 
aurdhen	order (contrary of disorder); to put in order (vtr)
aurdhenkal	call to order
aureola	halo, ring 
aurer	receiver, headphones 
aurgh	to put into motion
auror	dawn (sb) 
aurphones	earphones
aurplab	ear-flap 
aurring	earring 
aurtavan	eardrum (sb) 
aurwik	earwig ( sb ) ( insect) 
aus	early (adj & adv ) 
ausk	to be dawning 
auspices	auspices
auspuff	exhaust gas 
auspuff aul	exhaust pipe   
austere	austere (adj) 
autah	or (else) 
auter... au	either .... or ( conj ) 
authentic	authentic (adj) 
auti	or ... too 
auto	(& automobil) = automobile (adj & sb) 
auto mecaniste	car mechanic (sb) 
autobiographia	autobiography   
autobus	(& bus) = bus (sb) 
autodafee	bonfire ( sm ) 
autograph	autograph (sm ) 
autoimmun	autoimmune   
automat	automaton (sb) 
automatic	automatic (adj) 
autonom	autonomous 
autopsia	autopsy
autor	author (sb) 
autoradio	automotive head unit   
autoria	authorship   
autorisation	authorization (sb) 
autoritair	authoritarian (adj) 
autostop	hitchhiking (sb) 
autostrad	motorway (sb) 
auwal	primeval 
aux	(& auxan) = ox 
auxel	bleak ( sb; fish ) 
auyis	ancestor (sm ) 
av	bird ( sb) 
aval	guarantee (approbation)   
avalanche	avalanche (sb) 
avance	advance (vtr, sb) (fig., or finance); deposit (sb)
avancen	/avancet = advanced (adj; ex. technology)
avanic	shear-legs, heavy lift derrick 
avaria	breakdown, damage   
avaria	breakdown (ex: motor; sb) 
avenflu	avian influenza
aventure	adventure (sb) 
aventurer	adventurer (sb) 
aventureus	adventurous (adj) 
avenue	avenue   
Averroes	Averroes   
aversion	aversion, loathing
avestayi	avestan
aviation	aviation
aviator	aviator   
Avicenna	Avicenna (npr) 
avid	to notify to someone 
avocado	avocado 
avpleuk-ye	as the crow flies (adv)
avsen	oats (sb) 
avweisk	bird glue
aw	old, ancient 
aweis	obviously
awie	to understand by 
awmehnach	square, uptight, outdated (!, adj., an old-fashioned person or idea)   
awon	ladybug (sb ) 
axe	axis; axle 
axesmeur	dirty oil / grease (from engine, mechanism; sb) 
axetehler	bearing (mechanical)   
axiome	axiom (sb) 
ay	1°) to hold as, to consider as. Ex: me ayo tien prient = “you consider me as your friend”; 2°) to say, to tell (in dialogues). Ex: “...” iey is = “..” he said; 3°) to her; to the (feminine singular dative) 
aya	verse (in religious books)   
aya	verse (religion, sb)
ayabise	to taint (vtr, fig.)   
ayar	scoundrel (sb) 
ayasch	lively (adj) 
ayatollah	ayatollah
Ayaya	Aeaea   (Kirkas insule)
aydh	to burn 
aydh	hearth, fireplace 
aydokw	black-skinned (adj. & sm) 
aydokwensclaver	negro slave driver
Aydokwia	Black Africa
aydsmo	wood (for heating) 
aydwo	(H)aedui   
Ayel	Aeolus   
Ayetes	Aeëtes   
ayg	goat (sb) 
aygfel	honeysuckle (sb) 
Ayghen	Aegina
Ayghest	Acestes
Aygheus	Aegeus (npr) 
Ayghisth	Aegisthus   
aygin	goatskin 
aygkwol	goat-herd
aygpawson	aegipan (sb) 
aygswehner	tremulous (adj ) 
aygur	stallion 
aygve	(+ acc.) to feel ashamed of 
aygvos	shame (sb ) 
aygw	+ acc. = to own 
ayib	stain ( sb ) (fig , reputation ) 
aykem	pike (weapon) 
aykw	level (vtr) 
aykwos	expanse (sb) 
aykwost	plain, smooth, even 
aylak	idle (adj ) 
aymey	equivocal 
Aynesidem	Aenesidemus
ayoley	Eolian (adj & sb) 
ayor	slowcoach 
ayr	raise (vtr ) 
ayras	ryegrass (sb) 
ays	her (possessive pronoun); hers 
ays	bronze (sb) 
Ayscha	Aisha
Ayschylos	Aeschylus (npr) 
Aysep	Aesop   
aysgwn	mar (vtr) 
Ayson	Aeson   
aytan	mournfulness 
aythiop	Ethiopian ( sm , adj ) 
Aythiopia	Ethiopia ( npr ) 
Aythra	Aethra   
ayu	vital force (sf ) 
ayuleus	become invalid (vint); invalid ( adj ) 
azab	punishment, doom 
azan	call to prayer 
azimut	azimuth   
aziyat	torment 
Azores	Azores
azur	azure (adj, sb) 
azwl	to get impeached; impeachment 
azwleih	to impeach 
B-H	(busthalter) = bra
baan	slat (sb) 
baanji	scale (for weighing) (sb) 
Baath	Ba'ath
Baathia	Ba'athism
bab	broad bean 
baba	Grandma ( sb ) 
babaca	asshole (in the sense of a person who does things like: mistreating an employee, telling machiste jokes, betraying his / her partner with a lover, etc.)   (Plais, Olivier, addeih un explication in id FRanceois tarjem kay anghens suawoident quod tod werd druve-ye maynt)
babusch	slipper (sb) 
baby	baby (sb) 
Babylon	Babylon ( npr ) 
bacbord	port side (of a vessel) 
bach	shepherd (sb) 
bachimien	from all sides 
bacillus	bacillus   
back-end	back end   (software)
backa	rump ( sb) 
backal	grocer (sb ) 
backalia	grocery   
backslasch	backslash   
baclar	bachelor 
bactisse	+ acc. = to be fed up with 
bacule	big bar to close doors 
bacut	snipe (sb ) 
bad	at last; ne... bad = not yet
badakhsch	right-hand man ( fig.) 
badam	almond-tree   
badan	organism ( sb) ( body, natural defense ) 
badbakht	unfortunate ( adj) 
badge	badge (sb) 
badkhoua	malicious (adj ) 
badmasch	rogue (sb) 
badrak	escort-member (sb) 
badv	showdown (combat ) (sb) 
badyeh	tin-bath (sb) 
baft	belt buckle (sb) 
bafta	calico (sb) 
bag	beech ( sb) 
bagage	luggage ( sb ) 
bagatelle	trifle (sb ) 
bagher	dredge (sb & vtr) 
baghette	baguette   
bagiev	beechnut (sb) 
baglama	strap hinge 
bagor	pike-pole, boat-hook, gaff 
bagu	forearm ( sb) 
bagukneigvtel	armrest
bagustehg	bracer, armguard (for archer) 
bah	to say, to speak 
bahayi	bahà'ì (adj & sb) 
bahmen	way of speaking, wording, phrasing (sb) 
Bahrayn	Bahrain ( npr ); bahrayni (adj & sb)
bahsa	language (sb) 
bai	bay (sb) (Geo ) 
Baikal	Baykal (npr) 
bain-marie	bain-marie   
bak	bin (sb) (container) 
bakam	Brazil wood (sb) 
bakchang	cake ( sm ) (wrapped in bamboo leaves ) 
bakchup	chop, chap, cheek (sb) 
bakenbart	( sing ) = sideburns ( splu ) 
bakhal	armpit (sb) 
bakhcha	melon garden (sb) 
bakhil	stingy ( adj & sb) 
baki	end of series, markdown (industry) 
bakiya	(sing) =  arrears ( splu) (debt) 
bakjiakwo	Chinese star anise (sb) 
bakmie	noodles with meat ( splu ) 
bakni	beacon 
bakstag	runner and tackle, running backstay 
bal	ball (dance, party) 
Balaam	Balaam (npr) 
balaclava	hood, balaclava 
balagan	uproar (sb) 
balagian	husky (adj ) 
balah	annoyance (sb) 
balahen	annoy (vtr ) 
balakhan	fair stall (sb) 
balance	balance sheet (sb); balance iom payghens = balance of payments
balancin	rocker-arm   
balbal	mumble, jabbeer, lisp (sb & vtr) 
balbat	to gurgle 
balbel	chat (sb & vint) 
balcon	balcony   
balcon	balcony (sb) 
baldaquin	baldachin, canopy (sb) 
Balear	Balearic   (Balear insules/Balears)
balein	whalebone, stay
baleina	whale (sb) 
balgh	bellows ( splu) 
balghbonem	bogeyman (sb)
balikchi	fishmonger (sb) 
balirh	adult (adj, sb) 
balisete	baliset (Dune; sb) 
balk	beam ( sb) 
Balkan	Balkans ( splu ); balkanic
Balkh	Bactria   
ball	ball ( sb) 
ballett	ballet ( sm ) 
ballista	ballista (sf) 
ballistique	ballistics   
ballon	balloon (sb) 
ballpisk	pufferfish, puffers, balloonfish, blowfish, blowies, bubblefish, globefish, swellfish, toadfish, toadies, honey toads, sugar toads, and sea squab   
balm	(& balma) = cave ( sb) 
balmink	cave-dweller, cave-dwelling, from a cave 
balmmensc	caveman (sm ) 
balnia	bath ( sb) 
balniakyal	bathroom (sb) 
balnye	to bathe 
balochi	balochi
balsem	balm (sb) 
balstehm	curse (sb & vtr) 
balt	balt(ic)
balta	pothole, rut (sb) 
baltca	puddle (sb) 
baltrogwn	bonfire
balustrade	railing(s) 
balwng	beam (sf ) 
bam	beam (of light) 
bamb	mat ( adj) 
bambu	bamboo (sm ) 
bamia	okra ( sb) 
ban	to forbid, ban (vtr) 
bana	handlebar ( sb) 
banane	banana (sb) 
bandage	bandage 
bande	band (sb) 
bander	banner ( sb) 
bandewure	bandwidth   
bandit	bandit   
bandit	bandit (sb) 
bandrol	banderoll(e) 
banen parken	no parking 
Bangla	Bengal (npr)
banisban	roof in degrees
banjo	banjo
bank	bank (money, sb) 
bankautomat	cash machine (sm ) 
banker	banker (sb) 
banknote	banknote (sb) 
bankrott	bankruptcy ( sb) 
banquet	banquet ( sb) 
banquette	bench seat (sb) 
banschi	banshee (sb) 
bantowmeing	translucent (adj) 
Banzone - mae intrude	Police line - Do not cross
baobab	baobab (sb) 
baptise	baptize (vtr ) 
baptisme	baptism (sb) 
baptiste	(adj & noun)
bar	bar (inn; sb) 
baraber	laborer ( sb) 
barack	barrack ( sb ) 
barakan	fustian (sb) 
barakat	benefit, benefaction (sb) 
Barakaten Hilal	Fertile Crescent   
baraonda	crowd, throng 
barbadian	Barbadian (adj & sb) 
Barbados	Barbados (npr) 
barbakan	barbican ( sb) 
barbar	Barbarian (adj & sb) 
barbaria	barbarism   
Barbarossa	Barbarossa
barbat	bearded ( adj) 
barber	hairdresser, barber (sb) 
barbette	barbette (gun emplacement)   
barbeus	grim (adj) 
barbith	string instrument (sb) 
barbithbrigv	bridge (of a guitar)  
barbithbrigvseddel	saddle (of a guitar)   
barbithseddel	nut (of a guitar)   
barbule	barbule (feather)   
barbun	barbel (sb; fish) 
barbut	bearded (adj) 
barcasse	launch (boat)   
barcode	barcode   
barcodeskweiter	barcode reader   
bardach	war prisoner (sb) 
bardak	decanter; caraff 
barde	barding (for horses) 
bardul	crested lark 
bare	bare (adj); bare-vetat = bare ownership (Civil law)
barekweit	lack of ornamentation
barel	barrel (sb) 
barge	barge (sb) 
bargh	lean-to, shed (sb ) ( protective structure ) 
baride	post (administration) 
bariem	at least 
bariton	baritone (sb) 
bark	bark (boat; sb) 
Barka	Cyrenaica
baron	baron (sb) 
baronesse	baroness   
baronesse	baroness (sb) 
barricade	barricade (sb & vtr)
barrier	barrier (sb) 
barrio	(sing) = slums (sb) 
barroc	(& barroco) = baroque ( adj ) 
barsaat	in time 
barsagen	barley bread (sm ) 
barsin	barley flour 
bartass	blackthorn, sloe-tree 
bartassiev	sloe 
barth	grayish 
Bartomlomay	Bartholomew
barug	trachea (sb) 
barwakt	in time 
barye	hutch ( sb) 
barzakh	isthmus ( sb) 
basalt	basalt (sb) 
baschascha	cheerful; smiling 
baschmak	cloth pad (sb) 
baschtin	(home) soil 
base	base, basis ( sb) ( including arithmetics) 
base ligne	baseline   
baseball	baseball
basi	cotton gray good (sb) 
basiar	fowler ( sb) 
basilic	basilica (sb) 
basiliskos	basilisk ( sm) (monster) 
Basilius	Basil   
bask	bundle (sb) 
basm	tale ( sb) 
basquet ball	basketball ( sb) 
Basra	Basra ( npr ) 
bass	bass (sb) ( category of voice) 
bassein	basin (sb) ( of swimming-pool ) 
bassin	basin ( sb ) 
bassira	insight (sb; quality of person) 
basstambur	bass drum (sb) 
basstrombone	bass trombone (sb)
bast	(basta !) = it's enough ! 
bastard	bastard ( adj. & sb ) 
baste	to be enough 
bastide	bastide
bastion	bastion (sb) 
bat	to beat 
batal	canceled (adj) 
batalic	nullifying (adj)
batalion	battalion (sb) 
batasch	tender (ship) 
bater	batter (baseball; sb) 
bathyscaphe	bathyscaphe   
batik	batik
batiste	batiste   
batrac	frog ( sb ) 
batterie	battery (artillery)   
batterie	battery ( sb; electricity; arms) 
batterie-charger	battery charger   
bau	to bark 
baub	to roar 
Baubend Quargimtias	Roaring Forties   
bauk	stove ( furnace; sm); bake (vtr) 
baul	(& baula) = bat ( sb) 
baung	mushroom   (kay correge tod entrat)
baung	fungus (sb) 
baur	drill ( vtr ) 
baurd	board (sb ) 
baurmen	opening, hole (sb) 
baurnt	drilling, boring 
baut	boot (sb) 
bautin	ankle boot (sb) 
bautlinger	toady, sycophant, apple-polisher, bootlicker, brown-nose, brown-noser, ass-kisser   
bauxite	bauxite   
bava	dribble, slobber 
bave	drool   
bavette	bib   
baveus	dribbling (adj)
bavoul	attaché-case 
baw !	Woof! 
bawab	doorkeeper, care-taker 
bawlaw	insane, mad (adj) 
baxati	cuttlefish (sb) 
bay	fear (vtr) 
bayad	inevitably, of course (adv.)
bayaldisse	to lose consciousness, to faint 
bayan	report, list, statement (sm); to state (vtr) 
bayasen	fearful (adj ) 
bayat	stale (food; adj) 
bayduri	cat's eye ( opal ) 
bayeat	commercial transaction, deal (sb) 
bayga	fortune (sb) 
baygat	fortunate, wealthy (adj ) 
baygh	serves mainly as an adverb and means “very”, “a lot”; as a lonely adjective means “many, much”; ( + acc. ) = to belong to
bayghti	dedication, devotion (sb) 
bayghtiwent	devoted
bayker	(motor)biker
bayle	bailey, ward (castle)   
bayna	among (prep) 
bayonette	bayonet ( sb) 
bayram	festivity (sb) 
bays	(maid)servant, servant(girl) 
baysa	fear (sb) 
bayt	byte   
baytel	home, residence; to have one's home in 
bayul	bailiff (sb) 
bazouka	bazooka   
bazu	blouse (sb) 
bazzaz	draper (sb) 
beangst	cause anxiety to (vtr) 
beauteit	beauty (sb) 
beauteit salon	beauty salon, beauty parlor, beauty parlour, beauty shop   
beauteitstable	dressing table 
Bebryce	Bebryce   
becep	impale (vtr) 
beciffer	to assess (to a sum, a number)
bed	patch, plot (garden) 
bedars	to teach (someone) 
bedebah	ominous ( adj ) 
bedeh	samt = to set, to crimp with 
bedehlv	bury (vtr) 
bedehmen	bezel (sb, jewel) 
bedeik	to set bounds on 
bedeum	to smoke out 
bediewt	(& bediewen) = openwork (adj) 
bedolakh	bdellium (sb) 
bedouin	bedouin   
bedreugh	to play tricks on
bedrohnct	(& bedrohnken) = tipsy (adj) 
bedwoi	(+ acc.) = to doubt, to question
bedyehrc	(+ acc.) = to notice, realize 
Beerscheva	Beersheba   
befarm	to farm (lease)
befehkht	to wear oneself out doing 
beflag	to deck with flags   (decore med flags)
befolk	to populate (vtr) 
befrect	to charter 
begehn	to initiate (begin)   (vtr)
begeir	shop around ( vtr ) 
beghin	beguine ( sb) 
beghis	(& beghs) = deprived of 
beghsadab	ill-mannered 
beghsadab	rude (adj) 
beghsaum	eccentric-minded
beghsgramat	illiterate ( adj ) 
beghsorbatia	unemployment ( sm ) 
beghspace	worried (adj) 
beghsses	deprivation (sb) 
begold	to gild (vtr)
begonia	begonia (sb) 
begrabh	bury (vtr) 
begrance	confine (vtr)
begrund	to give a base/ground to
begwah	to go all over (a place) 
behand	+ acc . = to have at one's disposal 
behandet	available ( adj ) 
behang	hanging (sb; tapestry) 
behaya	shameless, brazen (adj) 
behayi	naughty (erotic sense)  
behd	propose to, bid (vtr) 
behder	tenderer, bidder (sb)
beheme	   to be haunted/inhabited by
behlgh	to make a bulge, to be bulging 
behnd	to bind (vtr)   
behnd	bind (vtr) 
behndwr	relative through marriage (adj & sb) 
behng	smash ( vtr ) 
behngos	crash (sb) 
behr	to carry, to bear 
behrcarr	dray (sb) 
behrd	to cut up, out 
behreg	burden, load 
behrg	cliff   
behrg	to save, to put out of danger; cliff 
behrmen	burden
behrnteih	to fertilize (a female)
bei	bee (sb) 
beich	to whip 
beid	+ acc . = to agree, to get on with 
beidmen	joint venturer
beige	beige
beir	to strike (a blow; vtr) 
beirst	(at) best   (adv., superlat.)
Beirut	Beirut (npr) 
bekabel	to cable (vtr)
bekalch	to lime (vtr) 
bekeip	to be/give the picture of (vtr)
beklad	to load (a recipient)   (acc. = poder)
bekmehen	to exhaust, wear out (vtr) 
bekmess	grape concentrated must (sb) 
belagher	besiege (vtr) 
belaghern	siege (vtr)
belajye	wisp o' lantern ( sb) 
belander	   (pejorative werd pro blankcuit anghen)
Belaruss	Bielorussia (npr) 
belast	to put a strain on
belchug	pendant ( sb) 
beleik	+ acc. = to make light of 
belek	coot (sb) 
belen	henbane ( sb) 
beleuc	light (vtr ) 
belfort	belfry (sb) 
belg	Belgian ( adj & sb) 
Belgia	Belgium ( npr ) 
Belgrad	Belgrade (npr) 
beliocand	water milfoil 
beliwk	wild cat (sb) 
bell	beautiful (adj ) 
bell arts	fine art   
belladonna	belladonna
Belle-Epoque	Belle Epoque   
belletters	Belles Lettres ( splu ) 
belliciste	warmongering (adj & sb) 
bellicose	bellicose
bellpotnia	weasel (kenning) 
Bellzebub	Beelzebub
belog	silly (adj) 
belt	cross belt (sb) 
bemadh	to dampen 
bemahel	bring ( before a judge ) ( vtr ) 
bemann	occupy ( vtr , a crew) 
bemeid	to take the measurements of   
bemeizd	+ acc. = to put a reward/prize on 
bemern	thigh (sb) 
bemild	to move to pity
bemohnen	(& bemohnt) = thoughtful (adj) 
bender	port of call ( sb ); to put in at (ship, vint) 
bendera	oriflamme (sb) 
Bendict	Benedict (npr) 
benedictin	Benedictine   
benefice	benefice (church)   
benefice	earnings, benefit (sb) (trade) 
Benghazi	Benghazi
bengu	thick, bushy 
benigno tumor	benign tumor   
benjamin	benjamin, youngest (adj, sm & npr ; age ) 
benk	bench (sb) 
bensin	gasoline (sb) (as opposed to diesel) 
bent	girl
bentoo	packed lunch (sb) 
Benwe	Benue   (fluv os Nigeria)
bepaygh	to assume (a cost)   
bepehnd	to balance, weight (vtr)
bepeiper	to pepper (vtr)
bepelp	to panel (vtr) 
bepeulver	to powder (vtr) 
bepfehrst- sien ghabel	finger-job, fingering   
bepollen	pollination; to pollinate   
beprabh	+ acc. = give reason 
beprient	befriend (vtr) 
bequader	to frame (vtr)
ber	berry (sb) (fruit) 
berberis	barberry (sb) 
berd	beard (sb) 
berdvisch	shaving brush 
berect	entitled (adj. & sb.)   
berett	beret (sb) 
bereul	to give instructions to (vtr) 
bereust	rust ( vtr ) 
Bergama	Pergamon (npr) 
bergsteigh	steep path (sb) 
bergwnt	steep (adj., land) 
Bering	Bering
berkye	stuff (vtr) 
berlaz	bear's den  
berline	Berlin carriage
Berliner Mur	Berlin Wall
berlocka	bullshit (!) 
berme	berm
Bermuda	Bermuda (npr) 
bermuda (schorts)	bermuda shorts   
berngal	object of amber 
berst	hogweed (sb) 
berstuk	fescue (sb) 
bert	bright   
bertel	stretcher ( sb) 
berti	carrying (sb) 
bertio	basin, bowl ( sb ) 
berug	windpipe, throat ( sb) 
bervinca	periwinkle ( sb) 
beryl	beryl ( sb) 
beryllium	beryllium (sb) 
berzd	wheat ( sb) ( hail, monococcum ) 
bes	boss (sb) 
beschahide	to have someone as a witness
bescharam	indecent (adj) 
beschou	shoe ( vtr ) 
beseh	to sow/seed (a field)   
besehkw	+ acc. = to shadow, tail (someone; vtr) 
beseup	to make drunk (vtr ) 
besic	busy (adj) 
beskeulk	to scout around (a certain place) 
besmeur	to spread (ex: butter) 
besoar	bezoar (sb) 
besonters	especially (adv) 
besoyn	business (fact of being busy) 
besoynmanagement	stewardship (management)
bespehc	+ acc. = to realise, to become aware of 
bestehg	cutlery (table) 
bestehm	to determine (vtr)   
bestehm	destine, intend (vtr) 
bestehnk	stink (vtr) 
bestial	bestial (adj) 
bestiar	bestiary (collection of beasts)
bestiarium	bestiary (book)
bestreich	to tick off
besweigh	to say nothing about
besweurgh	worry (vtr ) 
besyuh	to sew (to insert threads into; vtr)
bet	but ( conj ) (however) 
betanek	concern (vtr) 
betarter	to scale (vtr)
betayc	to say nothing about
betaysface	butterface (!)   
Bethania	Bethany
Bethlehem	Bethlehem ( npr )
Bethpage	Bethphage 
Bethsayda	Bethsaida
betolk	to address (an issue)   
beton	concrete (sb)
betouche	touch (vtr; sex crime) 
betrehv	to be about 
betreus	confide (vtr) 
betyehc	+ acc. = to water something, to provide water to something; to serve (a network) 
betyeic	supply (vtr) 
beud	to appeal to (someone), to make (someone) pay attention (to = dative), to demand (something) 
beuf	beef 
beuffer	buffer (sb); cushion (vtr) 
beugh	bend (vtr) 
beumper	bumper (sb)
beungi	bungee jumping   
beurs	stock exchange, purse (sb) 
beurs	tan (vtr) 
beursindex	market index (sb)
beurst	brush
beurt	destiny 
beuw	to make grow, to make become; to cultivate (a plant) 
beuy	graft    
bevid	+ acc. ( bevìd ) = to show 
bewaldh	manage ( vtr ) (a problem) 
bewehgh	move (vtr ) 
bewehkwen	provision, proviso (sb) 
beweik	to accomodate (vtr)   
beweik	accomodate (vtr; give a lodging to someone)
beweirt	to give a value to (vtr)
beweitwodd	to have someone as a witness
bewos	cow colostrum (sb) 
beziel	to aim at (vtr; fig.)
bezmen	load cell, weight indicator
bfukienkiu	immodest (adj) 
bfurli	disadvantage (sb) 
bfushin	fishy, shady (adj) 
bfuteing	indecisive (adj) 
bfuxiong	worrying (adj) 
bfuyi	non-stop, continuously (adv) 
bfuyow	uncomfortable (adj) 
bfuzow	unshakable (adj) 
bfwendwan	explain, to make explicit (vtr) 
bi	next to (with some definite articles: bei, bay, bil, bim; see Grammar) 
bi-sabab	+ genitive = because of 
biadet	usually (adv ) 
biais	bias   
biaur	ugly ( adj ) 
biaur	( sing.) = pangs ( splu ) 
bibelot	trinket (sb) 
biber	beaver ( sb ) 
Bible	Bible ( sb) 
biblic	biblical   
bibliographia	bibliography (sb) 
bibliophil	bibliophile   
bibliothecar	librarian (sb) 
bibliotheque	library ( sb) 
bicair	beaker (sb) 
biceps	biceps ( sb) 
bich	whip (sb ); past tense of “beich” 
bichoun	line, layout ( sb) 
bid	past tense of “beid” 
bidal	beadle, usher 
bidehr	to make/get chapped 
bidet	bidet   
bidno	slit ( sb ) 
biduar	esker (sb) 
bied	raceway, pond, reach 
bieda	misfortune, unhappiness 
biedan	unhappy (adj ) 
bielbel	past tense of “balbel” 
bielle	connecting rod   
bielle motoraxekunda	crankpin, crank journal   
bienki	chamber pot (sb) 
biennale	biennale   (sub.)
biest	beast ( sb) 
biet	past tense of “bat” 
bieu	past tense of “bau” 
bieub	past tense of “baub” 
bieuc	kiss (vtr ) 
bieuk	past tense of “bauk” 
bieur	past tense of “baur” 
biey	past tense of “bay” 
bieygh	past tense of “baygh” 
biface	hand axe
bifangh	to appropriate 
bifocal	bifocal   
Big Bang	Big Bang 
big-data	big data   
biga	biga (chariot)   
bigot	over-devout; religious bigot   
bih	to become 
bih- baygat	make a fortune   
bihakkillah	for God's/Heaven's sake !
bikini	bikini   
biku	male beggar monk (sb) 
bikuni	female beggar monk (sb) 
bila	failing (prep) 
bilax	on the contrary (adv) 
bild	bill (small sheet of paper; sb), ballot (sb) 
bile	bile (sb)
bilhassa	mostly (adv) 
biliar duct	bile duct   
biliard	snooker (sb)
bilingual	bilingual   
bilinguisme	bilingualism 
bilirubin	bilirubin   
bilkull	extremely
billbord	billboard   
billeterie	box office, ticket office   (Bo id local ed id quantitat om denars daken ab determinen film)
billette	billet, bar stock, blank, slug   
bina	building (house, place, sb) 
binar	binary (adj ) 
binar deilen	fission (biology)   
binayi	real estate (adj.)   (adjective)
bindell	wisp (sb) 
bingo	bingo (game of chance)   
binisbat	compared to 
binisch	shower dress (sb) 
binomial	binomial
biocoenose	biocoenosis   
biodiversitat	biodiversity (sb) 
biofiull	biofuel (sb) 
biologia	biology (sb) 
biomasse	biomass
biome	biome   
biometria	biometrics
biopsie	biopsis   
biotechnologia	biotechnology (sb) 
biotope	biotope   
bioureck	cheese cake (sb) 
biplan	biplane
bipwa	loquat (sb) 
bir	(& bira) = beer ( sb) 
birbant	knave, rogue 
birg	birch ( sb) 
birnacle	barnacle (sb) 
Biscaya	Biscay; Gulf os Biscaya = Bay of Biscay
biscuit	cookie (sb) 
bisel	samara (sb) 
bismillah	in the name of God
bison	bison (sb) 
bissect	leap (year) 
bissectrice	angle bisector   
bisser	glass bead 
bistah	to assist, help   
bistar	bedding ( sb) 
bistone	Bistone   
bistre	bistre
biswehd	get used to ( vpr ) 
bit ratio	bit rate   
bitter	bitter (adj) 
biuc	past tense of “bieuc” 
bivuack	bivouac (smb) 
biya	cowry money   
bizarre	bizarre (adj) 
bla bla bla	yada (talking)   
blagh	bless ( vtr ) 
blaghmen	priest (who blesses; sb) 
blaghmonium	priesthood (sb) 
blah	blow (vtr ) 
blah	-horn = sound the horn 
blame	blame ( sb & vtr ) 
bland	mix ( vtr ) 
blander	liquidiser (in British English), blender   
blank	blank (adj) 
blank stiche	blank verse   
blankrewos	blank space   
blanquet	blanket (sb) 
blase	to make blasé
blasphem	blasphemous
blaspheme	blaspheme (vtr) 
blasphemie	blasphemy ( sb) 
blaych	bleach (vtr ); blaych(-lowga)
blech	sheet metall (sb) 
bledin	lupine ( sb) 
blehgh	to bleat 
blehs	to blossom 
bleid	pale (adj); to turn pale (vint) 
bleig	to shine 
bleigos	flash (sudden light, fire) 
bleigostor	gas burner (oil)   (naft)
bleigu	glossy, brilliant ( adj) 
blend	to blend 
blet	edible fungus (sb; boletus) 
bleuf	bluff (vtr & sb) 
bleus	to smother 
blid	past tense of “bleid” 
bliegh	past tense of “blagh” 
bliend	past tense of “bland” 
blieut	sparkle (vtr ) 
blieych	past tense of “blaych” 
blig	past tense of “bleig” 
blind	blind (adj & vtr) 
blindet	blindness (permanent disability) 
blindos	blind man's buff   
blindses	blindness (refusal of facing truth)
blink	to blink 
blinker	car indicator 
bliut	past tense of “blieut” 
bliute	spark (sb) 
blix	flash (sb ) 
blixbrev	email ( sb ) 
blizend	glossy (adj ) 
blizzard	blizzard (sb) 
block	block ( sb) 
blockade	blocking (sb) 
blockflute	recorder (flute; sb) 
blockstop	stop on a cheque (sb) 
blohgh	past tense of “blehgh” 
blohs	past tense of “blohs” 
bloigos	glowglobe (Dune; sb) 
blond	blond (adj) 
blosk	noise (sb) 
blou	blue (adj) 
blou-rai	blu-ray
blouprint	blueprint (drawing)   
blouse	blouse (sb) 
blouseut	glycine, wisteria (sb) 
blouson	lumber jacket 
bluf	past tense of “bleuf” 
bluft	(& blufen) = dazed ( adj ) 
blus	past tense of “bleus” 
blutvurst	black pudding (sb) 
bneyisrael	israelite   
bo	both 
boa	boa (sb) 
bochengli	unreasonable (adj ) 
bochuan	no profit ( adj) 
bock	goat ( sb) 
bodboh	stupid (adj) 
boder	deaf (adj ) 
bodrum	dungeon cell 
bodu	hooded crow ( sf ) 
boendien	main building of a sanctuary 
boengi	river basin 
Boethius	Boethius
bog	(& bogwed) = running water 
bogacin	bocassin (sm ) 
bogatur	adventurer, fighter (sb) 
bogaturic	bold (adj) 
bogmliaker	water softening device
bogtor	water tower
bohd	past tense of “behd” 
boheme	bohemianism   
bohlgh	past tense of “behlgh” 
bohnd	past tense of “behnd” 
bohng	past tense of “behng” 
bohr	bore, carried (past tense) 
bohrd	past tense of “behrd” 
bohrg	past tense of “behrg” 
bohrlict	litter (palanquin, sb) 
bohs	barefoot 
boi	battle (sb) 
boiav	pugnacious (adj) 
boidos	agreement, understanding (sb)
boik	traffic light
boinav	battleship 
boiot	Boeotian
bojincheng	ungrateful (adj) 
bokal	cup (big, to be held with two hands; sb) 
bokir	churned-up mud (sb) 
bokvi	mud, slush (sb) 
bol	bowl (sb) 
bolghi	cushion (sb) 
bolide	bolide; fast racing car
boliedd	to browse   ("edde waraks")
bolipehd	caducifoliated (adj & sb) 
bollwehrg	bullwark, rampart ( sb) 
bolster	bolster (sb) 
bolt	valiant, brave, bold 
boltia	audacity ( sb) 
bolvan	idiot, stupid (adj & sb) 
bombarde	bomb ( vtr ) 
bombardement	bombing, shelling attack (sb) 
bombastic	bombastic   
bombe	bomb (sb) 
bomber	bomber (sb) 
bombyx	silkworm ( sb) 
bona fide	good faith ( sf ) 
bonadministration	good management/administration   (ka contrar os "maladministration")
bonbon	(boiled) sweet, candy 
bond	coupon, voucher 
bond papier	bond paper   
bonem	chap, goodman (sb) 
bonem	boogeyman (sb) 
bongmeh	to feel somebody's pulse 
bongo	bongo (sb) 
bonito	bonito ( sb) 
bonmot	quip, wit (sb) 
bonus	bonus
boot	boat (sb) 
bootsman	bosun ( sb) 
bor	boron (sb) 
borane	borane (sb) 
borb	quagmire (sb) 
bord	board ( boat ) 
bordeau	bordeaux (sb) ( red wine ) 
bordeaurudh	burgundy red (adj)
bordell	brothel (sb) 
border	   (adj. au prefixe kay expremes "limite-, ye id hadh os"
bordereau	slip, note, invoice
bordsklader	docker, longshoreman 
bordstrehl	boardfire (ship) 
boreck	pastry (cake) 
bornek	bar ( sm ) 
bornoz	bathrobe; burnous (sb) 
Bors	Bors   (Desk)
bors	tip, extremity ( sb) 
borsuk	badger (sb) 
bosanc	Bosnian (adj & sb) 
bosc	wood (sb) (forest) 
Bosna-Hercegovina	Bosnia- Herzegovina ( npr ) 
bosor	glowing ash 
bosorg	elder (sb & adj ) 
Bosphor	Bosphorus
botanique	botany (sb) 
botaniste	botanist   
botel	bottle (sb) 
botelghyaner	bottle opener   
botulisme	botulism (sb) 
boucanier	buccaneer (sb) 
boulevard	boulevard (sb) (street) 
boum	swing (expansion, sb)
boumerang	boomerang (sb) 
bouquete	bouquet (wine)   ("odor uns vin", ne tayt ia ja existend maynens)
bouquete	bunch (of flowers) 
bourgogne	burgundy (color, wine)   
bourimee	bout-rimé   
boutique	store, shop
bouwen	(old) building (sb) 
bowl	ball ( sf ) ( game) 
bowling	bowling (sf) 
bowrley	impolite ( adj ) 
box	boxing (sb) 
boxring	boxing ring (sb) 
boya	buoy (sb) 
boyaukin	matter (adj ) 
boycot	boycot (sb & vtr)
boygh	Dispenser (god)
boywn	neck (of mounted animals, sb) 
bra	bro (USA), bruv (UK)   (informal werd)
braca	pants, undies, knickers (BR), panties   
brachar	armband (sb) 
braconier	poacher (sb) 
braconierie	poaching (sb) 
brad	coniferous tree
braghette	codpiece   
bragven	shorten (vtr); abbreviation 
bragver itner	shortcut (sb) 
bragvye	shorten, abridge (vtr) 
brahmanisme	brahmanism   
Brahmaputra	Brahmaputra (npr) 
brai	to bray 
braik	brake (adj. & sb; vehicle) 
braikdisk	brake disc   
braikschou	brake shoe   
brakh	arm (limb; sb) 
brakhlett	bracelet ( sm ) 
bramber	blackberry (sm) 
branca	chain that links prisoners together 
branch	branch (sf ) ( fig ) 
brand	to burn, big fire 
branddrab	fire escape (sb) 
brander	fire ship
brandmark	trademark (sb) 
brandschtuk	firebrand (sb) 
brandtuich	firebreak, fireroad, fire line (gap in vegetation)   
brandy	brandy (sb) 
brangh	scuffed (adj ) 
brank	beetle (sb) 
brasileir	Brazilian   
brasileir	Brazilian (adj. & sb) 
Brasilu	Brazil ( npr ) 
Brasilu nuce	Brazil nut (sb) 
brasse	breaststroke (swimming) 
brassiere	woman's undershirt (sb) 
brater	brother (sb) 
bratriya	brotherhood (sb) 
bratruw	brotherly (adj) 
braungh	(& branghu ) = raucous ( adj ) ( hoarse ) 
bravado	bravado ( sb ) 
brave	brave ( adj ) 
Bravo !	Bravo ! 
bre !	whoa ! (interj) 
breche	gape, hole, breach   
bred	pasture (sb) 
bregna	(splu) = freckles
brehg	to break 
brehger	breaker (wave) 
brehm	to growl 
brehn	to bubble ( stream ) 
Breithen	Britanny (npr) 
breithenic	Breton (adj & sb) 
breiz	to cut up, dismember 
brelok	piece of junk (sb) 
brem	foliage ( sb) 
bremic	leafy ( adj) 
bren	thought (sb; short) 
Brendan os Clonfert	Brandan of Clonfert ( npr ) 
brenk	steep (adj ) 
brent	antler (sb) 
breuk	caress (sb ) and stroke ( vtr ) (ex. cat ) 
breun	(to get a) tan 
breunch	to brunch
breus	frontside of torso and belly 
breuspusc	to do press-ups / push-ups 
brev	letter (post) 
breve	breve   
breviar	breviary ( sb) 
brevsack	briefcase 
breyel	waste land 
brezdar	ploughshare 
Briareos	Briareus   
brick	brick (sb) 
bridek	ugly ( adj) 
bridge	contract bridge (card game, sb) 
brigandine	brigandine
brigantin	brigantine (sb) 
brigh	past tense of “brinegh” 
brigv	bridge (sb) 
brigvcap	bridgehead (sb)
bril	(sing) = glasses (splu) 
brilliant	brilliant (adj) 
brillye	to be brilliant 
brimbel	blackberry ( sb) 
brinegh	to bring 
brinza	cheese goat ( sb) 
brioche	brioche
Britisch Columbia	British Columbia
briz	past tense of “breiz” 
brocante	second hand goods dealing (sb) 
brohg	breaking, wreck (sb); past tense of “brehg” 
brohm	past tense of “brehm” 
brohn	past tense of “brohn”; bubbling brohn
broisk	bitter, rough (adj) 
broker	business broker   
bromum	bromum (sb) 
bronchitis	bronchitis ( sb) 
bronchium	bronchus   
bronze	bronze (sb) 
bronzeblond	bronze (adj ) 
brosch	brooch (sb) 
brous	face down (adv) 
brouteck	shrub ( sb) 
brov	eyebrow ( sb) 
brov	to frown 
browser	browser
browsersklink	tab(bed document interface)
broyn	chainmail, ringmail 
brozdh	barbed (adj) 
brozdh viel	barbed wire, barb wire, bobbed wire, bob wire   
brozdhos	(sing.) = barbed wires (splu.)
bructor	beneficiary (sb)
brug	past tense of “bruneg” 
Bruges	Bruges (npr) 
brugos	enjoyment (sb) 
brugs	pants   
bruk	past tense of “breuk” 
brukh	wizard (sb) 
brukhti	wizardry   (eng: wizardry)
bruks	pants 
brun	brown (adj); past tense of “breun” 
brunch	brunch; past tense of "breunch"
bruneg	to enjoy, profit (vtr) 
brungos	benefit (sb) 
brungost	profitable (adj) 
Brunhild	Brunhild   
brunorange	brown- orange (adj ) 
bruschlian	climbing ivy ( sb) 
brusk	sudden (adj) 
brustaydh	fag, faggot   Un meis legv rughat esiet "bulgher"
brusto	bundle (of wood, sb) 
brustugh	bridesmaid ( sb ) 
brut	(& brutto) = raw; gross 
brutal	brutal ( adj) 
brute	brute (sb) 
brutisk	brutish (adj) 
Bruttinlandproduct	Err :509
bruwent	brow, forehead (sb) 
Bruxelles	Brussels ( npr ) 
bry	to mill about; to swarm about 
bryophyt	bryophyte   
bsinjien	notebook ( sb) 
bsofu	granpa (sb) 
bubonic	bubonic ( adj ) 
bubu	boo-boo (a minor injury, such as a scratch)   (magv bah)
buchest	chubby (adj ) 
Bucuresti	Bucharest (npr) 
bud	end, tip ( sb ); past tense of “beud” 
buddha-dharma	buddhism (sb) 
buddha-dharmin	buddhist (sb) 
budfootballer	wing, winger (soccer)   
budget	budget ( sb) 
budmen	bottom ( sb) 
budmenrie	bottomry   
budspire	grounding 
bufete	buffet ( sb) 
buffer	buffer (sb); past tense of “beuffer” 
buffer solution	buffer solution   
bufma	owl ( sb) 
bug	bow (of ship; sb); past tense of “buneg” 
bugalak	horsefly (sb) 
bugh	past tense of “beugh” 
bugon	Eurasian Eagle-owl 
bugsair	tug ( sb) 
bugsairdunos	towrope (sb) 
bugsairwogh	breakdown vehicle (sb) 
buhar	mist (on glass), steam 
buhsa	nature, being (sb) 
buir	(they) were (simple past) 
buit	(he/she/it) was (simple past) 
buk	book (sb); to book 
bukantiquar	seller of used books   
bukat	mouthful (sb) 
bukawul	taster (sb) 
bukcha	bag, saddlebag (sb) 
bukhalten	accountancy
bukhalter	accountant (sb) 
bukhamaeleon	(& khamaeleon) = chameleon (sb) 
Bukhoro	Bukhara   
bukht	bay (sb) ( Geo) 
bukil	notebook, small book 
bukin	(& bukina) = wind instrument (sb) 
bukmaiker	bookmaker (sb) 
bukmark	bookmark ( sb) 
Bukovina	Bucovina ( npr ) 
buksregv	book spine   
buksteiv	letter ( sb) ( alphabet ); spell (tell the letters, vtr) 
bulanco	swing; see-saw (sb) 
buland	tall (adj) 
bulav	truncheon 
bulbe	bulb (sb) 
bulbeus	bulbous (adj ) 
bulbotuber	corm   
bulbul	nightingale (sb) 
buletin	bulletin (sb) (news ) 
bulgar	Bulgarian (adj & sb) 
Bulgaria	Bulgaria (npr) 
bulgur	wheat groats 
buliende	size ( sb ) ( height, tallness) 
buline	bowline ( sb) 
bullmastiff	bullmastiff (sb) 
bulumach	bad stew (sb) 
bund	bottom; bung, plug (sb) 
bunduk	rifle (sb) 
buneg	to exercise (a function) 
bunga	adorned with floral patterns (adj) 
bungalow	bungalow (sb) 
bunge	grove, bunch, copse 
bungion	bunion (sb)
bungos	function (sb) 
bunker	bunker (sb) 
bunki	proper, seemly 
bunn	coffie grain 
bunt	peasants' riot (sb) 
bur	(sing) = ashes (splu) 
burak	borax (sb) 
burbule	bubble ( sb) 
bureau	bureau, office 
bureaucrat	bureaucrat   
bureaucratia	bureaucracy   
burette	burette   
burfi	white fudge 
burg	fortress city ( sf ) 
burgese	bourgeois (adj & sb) 
burggraf	burgrave (sb) 
burgmayster	mayor (sb; especially in Germany or Belgium) 
burgund	burgundian (Germanic people)
Burgundia	Burgundy   
burgundion	Burgundian   
burin	burin (sb) 
burj	keep (sb; castle) 
burkinabe	burkinabe
burlesk	burlesque (adj) 
burnih	Lanner falcon (sb) 
buroun	teapot (sb) 
burs	past tense of “beurs” 
bursch	horse mane 
burtukal	orange ( sm ) 
bus	bus ( sb) 
Busan	Busan (city of Korea) 
buscar	firewood search 
buschee	pasty ( sb) (food ) 
busk	bush, brush ( sb) 
busprit	bowsprit (sb) 
bust	bust (sb) 
bustan	inner garden (of a building) 
busthalter	bra
bustighe	to poke up (vtr)
bustok	swab, sponge (sb) 
buton	button (sb) ( clothing ) 
butour	pustule (sb) 
butt	barrel, cask (sb) 
buttakmen	barrel vault   
butter	butter (sb) 
butterandos	buttercup (flower)
butterbrot	slice of bread and butter 
buw	past tense of “beuw” 
bux	vent, hole (output of something) 
buxianxu	gloomy, sinister (adj) 
buychaunk	compensate (vtr; to pay a compensation to) 
buychaunken	compensation (sb; law) 
buz	lip (fig; technical; sb) 
bwudschow	(sing) = Martial arts (splu) 
bwuki	armament (sb) 
byaungjan	iceberg   
byaungjan	iceberg (sb) 
byssus	byssus (sb) 
byzantin	Byzantine (adj & sb) 
Byzantium	Byzantium (npr)
cab	(& cabin) = driver's cab, elevator car 
caban	pea coat (sb) 
cabarett	cabaret
cabin	cabin (sb) (shower, driver's cab, elevator car) 
cabinett	cabinet (sb) 
cablelonge	cable's length (navigation) 
Cabo Verde	Cape Verde (npr) 
cabochon	cabochon ( sb ) 
Cabot	Cabot ( npr ) ( Venetian seefarer) 
cabotage	cabotage   
cabotin	ham (actor)   
cabriolett	convertible car 
cacao	cocoa
cacavan	stupid ( adj) 
cacavania	stupidity (sb) 
cache	cache   (stet/informatique)
cacokhym	dyspeptic ( adj) 
cacophonia	cacophony (sb) 
cactus	cactus (sb) 
cada	each, every ( adj ) 
cadadien	daily (adj & adv) 
cadaveric	deathly pale
cadeau	gift wrapped parcel 
cadeira	bergère (chair, sb) 
cadelk	mercury (sb) (plant) 
cadence	cadence (music; sb) 
cadern	notebook (sb) 
cadett	cadet (adj. & sb; young beginner) 
cadre	manager (member of an enterprise staff); frame (of a picture, photo)
cadreplan	framing (sb; photo, etc)   (photo, film...)
caduc	null and void (jur.)
caerule	cerulean (adj) 
Caesar	( Julius ) = Caesar (Julius) (npr) 
Caesarea Philippi	Caesarea Philippi
caesarsegen	caesarean section (sb) 
cafee	(café) = café (sb) 
cafee-au-lait	café au lait (sb) 
cafetiere	cofee percolator (sb) 
cafre	cafre
caftan	caftan ( sb) 
cage	cage ( sb) 
cai	cay/key   
Cai	Kay   (Desk)
Cain	Cain (npr) 
cairn	cairn   
caise	cheese (sb ) 
caise torm	hole (of cheese)   
cajou	cashew   
cakhin	to snigger, to giggle 
Calais	Calaïs   
calamar	squid ( sb) 
calamita	touchstone (sb) 
calamitat	calamity
calancha	watchtower 
calanis	brim hat (sb) 
calapod	shoetree (sb) 
calator	wayfarer (sb) 
calaygi	tinner (sb) 
calcan	skate, ray (fish) 
Calchas	Calchas   
calchun	geum (sb) 
calcine	to burn to ashes (vtr) 
calculator	calculator (sb) 
calcule	calculate (vtr ) 
caldera	caldera (sb) 
calemper	fennel ( sb) 
calendar	calendar (sb) 
calendarwetos	calendar year   
calerva	clodhopper (sb) 
calesche	barouche (sb) 
calfat	caulker (sb) 
caliber	bore, caliber 
calimavca	cap ( sb ) ( of pope ) 
Callias	Callias   
calligraphia	calligraphy
calliomark	coltsfoot (plant, sb ) 
callose	callosity (sb) 
callosic	callous (adj) 
caloria	calorie   
calpak	bearskin (headwear) 
calson	(sing) = underpants (splu) 
calstin	sock (sb) 
caltak	bastard, swine (!) 
calumnia	calumny ( sb ) 
calumnye	slander ( vtr ) 
calurche	paper roll (sb) 
calv	(& kalv) = bald ( adj) 
calx	the foot 
camaldulense	camaldolese   
camat	usury (sb) 
cambial	bill of exchange 
cambrian	cambrian   (geologia)
cambusch	eye mask (sb) 
camcorder	camcorder
came	cam (mechanics)   
came-dru	camshaft   
camell	camel (sb) 
camellia	camellia (sb) 
camera	(TV, cinema) camera
camera obscura	camera obscura   
camerin	dressing-room (in theatres) 
Cameroun	Cameroon ( npr ) 
Camilla	Camilla   
camin	chimney (sb) 
camincap	(& camincapchen) = chimney-pot (sb) 
caminer	chimney sweep (sb) 
camion	truck ( sb) 
camisole	camisole (sb) 
camiss	shirt ( sb) 
camouflage	camouflage (vtr & sb ) 
camp	field ( sb) ( fig) 
campan	carillon (sb) 
campher	camphor ( sb) 
campus	campus   
camra	pantry ( sb) 
Canaan	Canaan (npr) 
Canaani	canaanite (adj & sb) 
canakeve	to ramble on 
canal	(artificial) channel ( sb) 
canalisation	sanitary sewer, pipeline (sb) 
canar	duck meat 
canari	canary
Canaria	Canary   (insule)
canavka	rivulet (sb) 
cancellar	chancellor ( sb) 
cancer	cancer (sb) 
cand	white glowing ( adj ) 
cand	brightness ( sb) (white) 
candela	candela (sb) 
candid	ingenuous, guileless 
candidat	candidate (sb ) & to apply (vint) 
candidature	application (as an applicant; sb) 
candor	ingenuousness, guilelessness (sb) 
canela	cinnamon ( sb ) 
canep	hemp (sb) 
canin	(& canindent) = canine (tooth) 
canna	walking stick, rod 
cannibal	cannibal   
canoe	canoe ( sb) 
canon	canon (sb) 
canonic	canon (church, sb) 
canonic ieus	canon law   
canonier	gunner
canoniernav	gunboat
canonise	canonize (vtr) 
canopeia	canopy ( sb) 
canotier	boater hat (sb) 
canou	boat, dinghy 
cantaloupe	cantaloupe (sb) 
cantata	cantata (sb) 
canther	kantharos (sb) 
cantic	(biblical) hymn 
cantilena	cantilena   
cantine	canteen ( sb) 
canton	canton ( sb) 
cantoner	chief of a canton 
cantus-planus	plainsong   
cantus-planus	plainsong   
canut	greying (hairs; adj) 
canvass	canvas ( sb) , canvas painting , sailing (sb) 
canyon	canyon (sb) 
cap	head; cape 
Cap Horn	Cape Horn ( npr ) 
Cap os Sell Speh	Cape of Good Hope 
capacitat	(legal) capacity
capado	capon (young cock; sb) 
capak	lid, cap (sb) 
capchen	hood (sb) 
capchenmur	hood wall (sb) 
capelle	chapel (sb) 
capeungst	give a noogie to (vtr., it also means give one quick beat in someone's head with the fist)   (supergeneric verb quod maynt “vurnes semanghens cap med cluden hand”, to maght ses oku (tik oin kshiuu cutt) we forlonct (ghnihes id peungst))
capgvol	headache   
capic	heady; sensous (adj) 
capire	to twig (understand, vtr)
capistra	muzzle (sb) 
capital	capital (wealth, sb)
capitalgain	capital gain
capitan	captain (sb) (vessel) 
capitel	chapter (sb ) 
Capitolin	Capitol ( npr ) 
capitoneit	padded, quilted 
capitulation	surrender (sb) 
capitule	capitulum   
capitule	( capìtule ) = to surrender 
capmayl	cape (sm ) 
caponniere	caponier   
capot	hood (of car; sb) 
cappa	cape ( sf ) 
caprice	caprice (sm ) 
capricieus	capricious ( adj) 
capricornus	Capricorn (sb) ( astrology) 
capscript	header (sb) 
capscript datia	header file   
capsid	capsid   
capstah	to headstand (vint) 
capstand	capstan (sb) 
capsule	cap, capsule ( sb) 
capsynt	cardinal sin, capital vice   
captive	captive (adj & sb) ; to captivate (vtr) 
capture	capture (vtr., sb.)   
carabine	carbine (sb) 
carabiner	carabiner   
caracole	caracole   
caracole	caracole 
caracter	character (sb) (feature) 
caracteristic	characteristic (adj, sb) 
caraghiose	zany
carambolage	pile-up (of cars)
caramel	caramel (sb) 
caramelapel	candy apple, toffee apple   
Caravaggio	Caravaggio ( npr ) 
caravan	caravan ( sb) 
caravansaray	caravanserai, caravansary   
caravil	caravel ( sb) 
carbohydrat	carbohydrate (sb) 
carbon	carbon ( sb) 
carbonifer	carboniferous   (geologia)
carbuncule	carbuncle (sb) 
carburator	carburetor (sb) 
carcass	carcass (sb) 
carcinogen	carcinogenic
cardamom	cardamom (sb) 
cardanic apos	cardan joint   
Cardano	Cardano (npr) 
cardiac arrest	caradiac arrest (sb) 
cardigan	cardigan (sb) 
cardinal	cardinal (adj & sb)
cardinal direction	cardinal direction   
cardiolog	cardiologist (sb) 
careit	chequered, checked 
carence	deficiency, default ( sb) 
caresse	caress (sb & vtr) 
carestia	dearth; food shortage 
cargo	cargo (sb) 
cargonav	cargo boat 
caribe	caribbean, carib (adj & sb) 
Caribe Mar	Caribbean Sea 
caricature	caricature
caries	caries ( sb) 
cariteih	to mark out in squares (vtr ) 
carkela	knocker (sb) 
Carl von Linné	Carl Linnaeus (npr) 
Carloman	Carloman   
Carmel	(Order of Mount) Carmel 
carmin	carmine   
carn	piece of meat 
carnalag	last week of Advent 
carnaval	carnival (sb) 
carniolin	carnelian (sb) 
carnische	rod (mechanical, windows)   
carnivor	carnivorous (adj & sb) 
caroling	carolingian
caron	caron (diacritic)   
carp	carp (fish) 
carpell	carpel   
carpent	vehicle's framework (wooden)
carpentia	wagon shed   
carr	(& carrett & carretta) = car (sb) 
carrac	carrack
Carracci	Carracci   (italian artistes)
carrage	carriageway
carreau	diamonds (card game, sb) 
carric	quarry (sb)
carrie	to carry away (ex: river; vtr)  
carriere	career (sb)
carroce	horse-drawn carriage (sb) 
carrosserie	coachwork (sb) 
carrousell	carrousel   
carte	card (sb) 
cartell	cartel (sb)
cartendom	house of cards
carter	oil sump   
cartesian	cartesian   
Carthage	Carthage (npr) 
carthagi	Carthaginian
cartia	(computer) file   
cartia	file (of data ; sb) 
cartilage	cartilage (sb) 
cartilagineus	cartilaginous (adj)
cartographia	cartography   
carton	cardboard (sb) 
cartoun	cartoon 
cartouniste	cartoonist   
cartusia	charterhouse (sb) 
cartusian	carthusian   (munk)
carusch	carter (sb) 
caruss	crucian carp (sb) 
carussell	caroussel 
casamatta	casemate   
cascadeur	stuntman   
casein	casein   
caserne	(sing) = barracks (military; sb) 
casino	casino
Caspi Mar	Caspian Sea (npr) 
cassa	cash (place; sb) 
cassadar	treasurer   
casse	to quash (law) 
cassette	cassette (bike)   (addeih tod maynen ad ja existent Sambahsa werd "cassette")
cassette	magnetic tape ( sb) 
cassier	cashier ( sb) 
Cassiopeia	Cassiopeia (npr) 
cassolette	cassolette (sb) 
casstete	(sing.) = brass knuckles (splu.)
castagnette	castanet
castan	chestnut (sb & adj, for “chestnut brown”) 
caste	caste (sb) 
castell	castle (sb) (fortress) 
castellan	lord of the manor   
Castilla	Castile
castrat	castrato
castrol	saucepan (sb) 
castrum	castrum (building from the Roman Empire)   
casu quo	if need be
casuar	cassowary
casuistic	casuistic   
casus fortuitus	casus fortuitus, cas fortuit
cat	cat (sb) 
cataclysme	cataclysm (sb) 
catacombe	catacomb (sb) 
catafalk	catafalque (sb) 
catalan	Catalan
Catalania	Catalonia
Catalaunic Walu	Battle of the Catalaunian Plains
catalepsie	catalepsy
catalog	(& catalogos) = catalog (sb)
catalogic notice	catalogue record; catalogic register = collection of catalogue records
catalpa	catalpa (sb) 
catalyste	catalyst   
catalytic converter	catalytic converter   
catalytic reforming	catalyting reforming   
cataphyl	cataphyll   
catapult	catapult (sb) 
cataract	cataract (disease)
catarrho	catarrh   
catarzo	raw silk 
catastrophe	catastrophe
catastrophenfilm	disaster film/movie   
catastrophic	catastrophic (adj) 
catcher	catcher (baseball, sb) 
catechisme	catechism
catecholamine	catecholamine   
categoria	category
catenaria	catenary   
catenoid	catenoide   
cater pro	to cater for   
caterservice	foodservice   
cathar	cathar   
Catherine os Russia	Catherine of Russia (npr) 
cathode	cathode   
catholic	catholic (adj. & sb) 
catiko	kitten, catkin   
cation	cation (sb) 
catkholt	head cold 
catnel	small chain (sb) 
catpisk	catfish (sb) 
catur	crook, prowler (thief)   
caucasian	caucasian   
caucasoid	caucasoid   
cauchouk	rubber (sb) 
caucus	caucus
caud	tail (sb) 
caudasch	straggler (sb) 
cauddwer	backdoor 
caudluce	rear light (car; sb)
caudplab	tailgate (sb) 
cause	cause (sb & vtr) 
caust	coast (sb) 
causter	coaster (sb) 
caustguardia	coast guard (institution)
caustier	coastal (adj) 
cauterisation	cauterization
caution	bail, deposit (sb) 
cavalerie	cavalry (sb) 
cavalier-servente	cavalier servente (sb) 
cavall	horse ( sb) 
cavallett	easel, rack (torture) 
cavalstander	horse chestnut tree   
cavardisse	to brown (cooking) 
Cavcase	Caucasus (npr) 
cavcasesk	caucasian
caviar	caviar (sb) 
cavitat	cavity (sb) 
cavitation	cavitation   
cayique	caique (sb) 
caymak	cream (fig; sb) 
Cayman Insules	Cayman Islands (splu) 
cazma	pickaxe (sb) 
cazour	withdrawn (fig; adj) 
Cecrops	Cecrops   
cedd	to yield 
ceder	cedar (sb) 
cedille	cedilla   
ceingrliu	clear water 
ceinknien	juvenile (sb) 
celebre	to celebrate (vtr)   (vtr)
celebre	celebrate (vtr) 
celesta	celesta (sb) 
celique	tipcat, chopstick 
cell	(& cellule) = cell ( sb) 
cellar	storeroom (sm ) 
cellar	cell ( adj ) 
cello	cello ( sb) 
cellular	cellular (adj)
celt	celt
cembalo	cembalo (sb) 
cement	cement (sb) 
cemente	to cement (vtr)
cemtier	cemetery ( sb)
cenacle	cenacle 
cengkeh	banker (sm ) ( in a game) 
cengki	fluke 
cens	census (ex: for suffrage) 
censsuffrage	census suffrage (sb) 
censure	censorship
centeng	henchman (sb) 
centigrade	centigrade 
centimeter	centimeter (USA), centimetre (UK)   
centnar	half-hundredweight 
central warmen	central heating (sb) 
centre	center (sb) & to center (vtr) 
centre-avant	center forward (soccer)   
centreleisa	median strip (sb)
centrifugal	(gwis) = centrifugal (force) 
centrifuge	centrifuge (sb)
centriole	centriole   
centripetal	centripetal
centromere	centromere   
centurion	centurion
Centwetsen Weir	Hundred Years War   
cep	pike, stake 
cepel	onion (sb) 
cephalea	cephalea   
cephalopod	cephalopod   
Cephas	Cephas
ceramique	ceramics (sb)
Cercyon	Cercyon   
cereal	cereal
ceremonia	ceremony (sb) 
ceremonial	ceremonial (adj & sb) 
cernicule	withers   
certain	certain (pronoun) 
certificat	certificate
cesar	emperor (sb) 
cesaropappisme	caesaropapism   
cesium	cesium (sb) 
cessetpiurn	ceasefire
cestus	cestus   
cesure	caesura   
cetacey	cetacean (sb & adj) 
ceter	all the other (adj) 
chabuk	to spur (fig. vtr) 
chacra	chacra   
Chad	Chad ( npr ) 
chador	headscarf (sb) 
chagrin	shagreen 
chair	(university) chair 
chaiselong	chaise-longue 
chakan	grubbing-hoe 
chakmak	lighter, flintlock 
Chalciope	Chalciope   
Chalcis	Chalcis
chald	hot (adj) ; to warm up 
chaldair ballon	hot air balloon
chaldend plack	hot plate (sb) 
chalder	radiator (sb) 
chaldkattil	boiler (sb) 
chaldsrovgehn	thermal power station   
chalett	chalet (sb) 
challenge	challenge (vtr & sb)
chalschkan	hard-working (adj) 
chalumeau	chalumeau (sb)
Cham	(& Ham) = Ham (son of Noah, npr) 
cham	yak tail (sb) 
chamber	chamber (sb) 
chamberlar	chamberlain (sb) 
chambranle	chambranle (sb) 
chambuk	cat- to- nine- tails 
champagne	champagne (sb)
champion	champion
championat	championship
chana	mass (instrument)
chanabett	grumpy ( adj ) 
chance	chance (sb) 
chancel	chancel (sb) helm (in a courtroom)
chandal	sandalwood ( sb) 
chandrawassih	bird of paradise (sb) 
Chang Jiang	Yangtze River (npr) 
change	change (vtr & sb; including money); change ratio = exchange rate
chankrama	gossip ( sm ) 
channel	channel ( sm) 
chantage	blackmail (sb) 
chantager	blackmailer (sb)
chante	chant (sb & adj) 
chantier	building (site), roadworks 
chantre	cantor   (kyrk)
chao	Goodbye ! 
chaos	chaos (sb) 
chapachul	messy (adj ) 
chapaka	Michelia chapaka 
chapchay	hotchpotch (sm ) 
chape	screed, flat coating 
chaprak	trim (sm ) 
chaptalisation	chaptalization   
charade	charade (sb) 
charagah	grass (sm ) 
charapakh	shell ( sf ) & trappings ( sm) 
chardak	hut ( sf ) ( dry branches ) 
charge	charge (vtr & sb) 
charge med	(& encharge med) = to encharge of ( vtr ; mission ) 
chariot	chariot, cart ( sb) 
charisma	charisma
charitable	charitable (adj) 
charlatan	charlatan   
Charlemagne	Charlemagne (npr) 
Charles Martel	Charles Martel   
Charles V	Charles V (npr; Holy Roman Empire) 
charm	charm (sb) (attraction, spell) 
charmen	hex (sb); to charm, cast a hex on
charnire	hinge (sb) 
Charon	Charon   (satellite)
charp	ore (sb) 
charsaf	bedsheet 
charta	charter ( sb) 
chartapacium	ring binder (holder for unbound papers)   
chascha	pitcher ( sb) 
chasma	glasses ( splu ) ( adjustable ) 
chasse	chase
chasse	to chase away 
chassiss	chassis (sb)
chaste	chaste 
chastitat	chastity   
chat	painting (sb) (color) 
chateau	castle (sb) (residence) 
chatte	chatti (adj.)
chaurr	kempy (adj) 
chausse	hose (clothing) 
chauvinisme	chauvinism   
chauviniste	chauvinist   
chauyow	soy sauce (sb) 
chavi	chili (sb) ( pepper) 
chay	tea ( sb) 
chayguar	teaspoon (sb) 
chaykhow	teapot ( sb) 
chayp	head of cattle   
Chechen	Chechen ( adj. & sm ) 
Chechenia	Chechnya ( npr ) 
chef	chief 
chefdover	masterpiece (sm ) 
chefquartier	headquarters 
Chehelom	Arba'een
chehise	keychain, bunch of keys (sb)
chehx	check (vtr) 
chehxen	checking, examination 
chehxleis	to proofread
cheid	quarrel (vint & sb) 
cheinghiu	essential oil   
chekh	Czech (adj & sb) 
Chekhev	Chekhov (npr) 
Chekhia	Bohemia   
Chekhia	Bohemia
chekmenye	overcoat (sb) 
cheld	fellower (servant; sb) 
cheldar	retinue (sb) 
chelicere	chelicera   
chembere	cap (sf ) ( woman ) 
chemia	chemistry (sb) 
chemic	chemical (adj)
chemical	chemical (sb)
chemiste	chemist (sb) 
chemotherapia	chemotherapy (sb ) 
Chenal Insules	Channel Islands   
chenchal	flycatcher (bird, sb) 
chenopodium	goosefoot (sb) 
chep	flail (sb) 
chepkenn	mantle (sm ) ( short ) 
chepran	animated (adj) 
cheque	cheque, check (sb) 
cherakin	box of herbs 
chereme	damage (paid sum; sb) 
cherga	drapery (sb) 
cherkess	Adyghe ( adj , sm) 
cherkin	ugly, naughty (adj) 
cherub	Cherub (sb) 
cherusc	Cheruscan   
cherveni	gypsywort (sb) 
chesk	Bohemian   (ex id gaivia kalto Chekhia)
chesma	tap (sb) 
cheus	choose (vtr) & choice (sb) 
cheval-de-frise	cheval de frise   
chevirme	turn the spindle ( vtr ) 
chevron	chevron, rafter 
chewing gum	chewing gum
chiam	woman hairpin 
chiaujaen	challenge (vtr & sb) 
chiaujaenic	defiantly 
chiba !	word used to drive a dog 
chibis	lapwing ( sb) 
chibuk	pipe hose 
chic	chic   
chid	past tense of “cheid” 
chield	past tense of “chald” 
chiendien	precipitate (sm. chemistry ) 
chienjwakow	cool (sf ) 
chifan	meal ( sb) 
chifit	tight, close-fought 
chignon	bun, chignon (sb) 
chihn	gather (sewing; sb)
Chile	[tcIle] = Chile (npr) 
chilene	Chilean (adj & sb) 
chili	chili pepper
chilman	venetian blind (for windows) 
chilrhosa	pine nuts (sm ) 
chilrhosa	sprocket bread ( sm ) 
chim	square of grass 
chimpanzee	chimpanzee (sb) 
chimpid	(sing) = tweezers (splu ) 
chimschir	box (tree or wood, sb ) 
China	China ( npr ) 
China Wall	(& Long China Wall) = the Great Wall of China 
chinar	oriental plane (tree; sb) 
chinchay !	nothing! 
chinchu	shipowner ( sb ) 
chinela	mule ( sb ) ( slipper ) 
chinese	Chinese (adj. & sb) 
Chinghis Khan	Genghis Khan (sb) 
chiong	deprivation, thrift (sb) 
chiowdeo	exactly (adv ) 
chip	(electronic) chip 
chipag	woman's garment
Chiron	Chiron
chirurg	surgeon (sb) 
chirurgic	surgical   
chitay	delay
chitin	chitin
chitrol	pumpkin
chivchiv	winkle (BR), wiener (USA) (child word for "penis")   (Plus un  maynen pro tod werd)
chivchiv	chick (of chicken, sb)
chixun	a little 
chlorophylle	chlorophyll   
chloroplast	chloroplast (sb) 
choban	shepherd ( sb) 
chocolat	chocolate ( sb) 
choengju	rice wine ( sb) 
choffeur	driver ( sb) 
chohx	past tense of “chehx” 
chol	forehead 
cholak	maimed (adj. & sb) 
cholestase	cholestasis   
cholesterol	cholesterol   
chomakasch	awkward customer ( sm ) 
chondrite	chondrite   
chorap	stocking (sb) 
chorap-ped	nest egg (savings)   
chorba	thick soup ( sb ) 
chorion	chorion (fetal membrane)   
chorsokak	cul -de - sac ( sb) 
chossee	causeway, pavement (sb) 
choureih	steal ( vtr , fam ! ) 
chowkider	watcher ( sb) 
choyk	punch (strike; sb)
Christ	Christ (npr) 
christian	Christian (adj, sb) 
christiandem	Christianity, Christendom ( sb) 
christianisme	christianism (sb) 
Christina	Christine   
chrome	chromium ( sb) 
chromosome	chromosome
chronic	chronicle (sb) 
chronometer	chronometer   
chrysantheme	chrysanthemum (sb) 
chryselephantin	chryselephantine   
Chrysip	Chrysippus
chubbsclud	chubb lock   
chuff	tuft (sb) 
chugun	cast-iron (sb) 
chul	cover for a horse 
chulan	locker (room; sb) 
chung	butt, grip (sb) 
chungman	+ acc. = to be swarming with 
chunke	since, as ( conj) 
chunsay	brasenia (sb) 
chuok	(+ acc.) = butt in 
chupacabra	chupacabra   
churchour	cricket (sm ) 
churd	flock ( sm ) 
chureto	warbler (sf ) 
churli	slander, blackbiting 
chus	past tense of “cheus” 
chuxwetsu	haemorrhage (sb) 
chwauyk	banana tree   
chwoy	stop (vtr ) 
chyrlig	crook, crosier, (hockey) stick 
cian	toothpick ( sb) 
ciautaung	appropriate ( adj ) 
cicade	cicada (sb) 
Cicero	Cicero ( npr ) 
ciceronian	Ciceronian ( adj ) 
cicisbeo	cicisbeo (sb) 
cicone	Cicon(ian)   
ciengow	“mists of time” 
cienryou	creep into (vint) 
ciferblat	dial (sb) 
ciffer	digit, cypher 
cifferblat	device for measuring
cifferpult	dashboard   
cigan	gypsy (adj, sb) 
cigar	cigar (sb) 
cigarette	cigarette (sb) 
cigaya	breeding of wool sheep 
cilinder	(hat) = top hat (sb) 
cilinderpension	supplemental pension plan
cilique	marble game 
cilium	cilium   
cim	top, mountain ridge 
cimkiri	nail clippers (sm ) 
cimriff	fringing reef 
cimwad	low tide elevation 
cincta	speck ( sf ) 
cinctmolw	goldfinch   
cinctmule	mule (hybrid of goldfinch with canary)   
cinema	cinema ( sb) ( art ) 
cinematographia	cinematography   
cinematographic	cinematographic   
cing	asterism ( sm) 
cinghensay	ipomoea aquatica 
cinnaber	vermilion (adj & sm ) 
cins	interest ( sb) (rate ) 
cinzar	cousin ( sm ) (insect) 
ciong	dart ( sf ) 
cip	(& ciped) = bike (sb) 
cipedpaund	cycle track
cipire	jailer ( sm ) 
circa	about, approximately (adv) 
circin	compass (drafting; sb ) 
circlip	circlip, C-clip, seeger ring, snap ring, Jesus clip   
circuit	circuit
circular 	circular; circulaire   (bo adjective ed nomen, hatta ieus)
circular economia	circular economy   
circule	circle (sb) 
circum	about, around (prep) (temporal) 
circumference	circumference
circumflexe	circumflex   
circumspection	circumspection
circumstancyen	minutely detailed (adj.)   
circumstancyet	minutely detailed (adj.)   
circumven	to circumvent   
circus	circus (sb) 
cirque	cirque (sb) (Geo.) 
cirrhose	cirrhosis (sb) 
cisell	to chisel (vtr) 
cisellure	chiselling, chasing (sb) 
cisgenos	gender-normative   
cisterciense	Cistercian (adj , sb) 
cisterne	tank (for liquids, sb) 
cisternewogh	tank truck 
citad	(big) city ( sb) 
citadell	citadel ( sb) 
citadin	city dweller (sb & adj) 
citak	fearful (adj) 
cite	quote, cite (vtr) 
citel	label (sb) 
citron	lemon (sb) 
civ	citizen (sb) 
civeit	jugging (sb)
civic	civic
civil	civil (adj.; sb); civil register = civil status (sb); civil ingenieurie = civil engineering
civisme	public-spiritedness
civitat	city-state 
civstand	citizenship (sb) 
clack	clack (vint) 
cladode	cladode   
clait	grid, riddle (sb) 
clame	claim (vtr) 
clamor	clamour (sb) 
clan	clan (sb) 
clandestin	clandestin ( adj , sm ) 
clangh	to reverberate, to resound 
clap	to lap 
clar	clear (adj) 
clarinette	clarinet (sb) 
clarobscure	chiaroscuro   
Claros	Claros   
clartat	clarity
clasch	collide, clash (vint) 
clasch-woghs	bumper cars, dodgems   (Id modalitat, id attraction, ne idswo wogh)
classe	class, classroom (sb) 
classe	classify (vtr ) 
classenjidal	class struggle   
classeur	loose-leaf file (sb) 
classic	classic   
classificator	classificatory ( adj ) 
classifie	classify (vtr)
claudication	claudication (sb) 
claus	close to 
clause	clause (grammar)   
clause	clause (sb)
claviatolk	chat (vtr; on the computer ) 
claviature	keyboard (sb) 
claw	sliding bolt (sb) 
clehsp	clip (sb & vtr ) 
cleich	key (sb) 
cleichenring	bunch of keys (sb) 
cleiv	cleave (vtr ) 
cleiver	cleaver (sb) 
clematis	clematis (sb) 
Clement	Clement   
clenod	jewel (sb) 
cler	clergy (sb) 
cleric	clergyman, clerk (religion, law) 
clever	clever ( adj ) 
clicken	knock ( sm ) 
clieck	past tense of “clack” 
client	client, customer (sb) 
clientele	clientèle, customers 
clientelisme	patronage
cliep	past tense of “clap” 
cliesch	past tense of “clasch” 
clift	cleavage ( sb ) 
clihen	lower, tilt ( vtr ) 
climat	climate ( sb) 
climatchange	climate change (sb) 
clin	hill ( sb) 
clinic	clinic ( sb) 
clinker	clinker   (residue nudt pro industrie, construction)
clintor	back of chair 
clip	paper clip   
clipper	clipper (sb) 
clique	clique (sb) 
clischee	cliché ( sb ) 
clissar	sexton ( sb ) 
clitic	clitic (adj & sb)
cliv	past tense of “cleiv” 
clive	hillock 
cloak	cesspit; cloaca   
cloak	sewer (sb) 
Cloak traitement station	sewage treatment plant 
cloakluk	manhole
clob	pod ( sf ) 
clobuk	monk's cap
clochard	hobo
cloche	food dome
clock	bell (sb) 
clockel	small bell (sb) 
clockflor	bellflower (sb) 
clocktor	church tower 
clohsp	past tense of “clehsp” 
cloin	rump, hip, buttock (sb) 
cloinpodia	(sing.) = hindquarters (splu) 
clone	(to) clone   
clone	clone (sb) 
closter	cloister (sb); to cluster 
cloture	closure, closing   
cloture	closure, closing
clud	to close
cludbrakh	joint lock (martial arts)
clus	closed 
cluster	cluster (music)
clusterbombe	cluster bombe (sb)
clysterium	lavement   
clysterium	enema
coatah	spider monkey (sb) 
cobalt	cobalt ( sb) 
cobay	guinea pig
cobor	tumble dwon (vint)
coc	to cook
coca	coca (plant)
Coca-Cola	Coca-Cola
cocaine	cocaine   
cocarde	rosette
coccole	pamper, cuddle ( vtr ) 
coccolia	cuddle (sb)
cocece	hen house ( sb) 
coch	coach (means of transport; sb) 
cochan	maize ear; fruit-core (sb) 
cochass	thistle ( sb) 
cocher	coachman (sb) 
cockpit	cockpit (sb) 
cocktail	cocktail (sb) 
cocollia	cajolery (sb) 
cocon	cocoon ( sb ) 
code	code (sb) 
coefficient	coefficient
coenozoique	cenozoic (subs.)   
coexist	coexist   
cofeine	coffeine (sb) 
coffer	coffer ( sb) 
cofie	coffee (sb) 
cofiedostkan	cofiedostkan (sb) 
cogestion	co-determination
cognat	cognate   
cognitive science	cognitive science
coherence	coherence, consistency
cohesion	cohesion
cohort	cohort (sb) 
coincid	to coincide
coincidence	coincidence   
cojok	sheepskin (sb ) 
cokhliar	spoonful
cokw	cook (sb ) 
colche	colchian
Colchis	Colchis
colfin	hop-pole 
colibri	hummingbird
coll	neck (sb) 
collab	collapse (vint) 
collage	collage   
collant	tight, leotard (sb) 
collband	necklace (sb)
collectioniste	collector (sb) 
collective boidos	collective agreement   (orbat)
collegh	colleague (sb) 
collegial	collegial, collegiate (adj)
collegium	college, comprehensive school (sb) 
colloquial	colloquial   
colloquium	colloquium
collusion	collusion
colnier	collar (sb) 
Cologne	Cologne
Colombia	Colombia (npr) 
colon	settler
colonat	colonato (sb) 
colonel	colonel (sb)
colonia	colony (sb) 
colonial	colonial
colonisation	colonization (sb) 
color	suit (of cards)   
color	colour (sb) 
colorant	colourant   
colorisation	colorisation   
coloss	colossus (sb) 
Colosseo	Colosseum (npr) 
colostrum	colostrum (sb ) 
colpak	cap ( sm ) 
colportage	hawking (sb) 
colporter	peddler (sb) 
colseup	close-up   
coltan	coltan
columbh	dove (sb) 
colunn	(& colunna) = column ( sf ) 
colunnade	colonnade (sf ) 
colza	rapeseed   
com	(& comsamen) = together (adv) 
com(samen)	together (adv) 
comanche	comanche
comap	buckle (vtr)
comarca	comarca   
comat	hunk (sb) 
combat	combat (adj. & n.) 
combination	combination (sb) 
combinator	combinatory (adj) 
combustion	combustion   
comedia	comedy (sb ) 
comedia-ballett	comédie-ballet   
comesstabule	constable (sb) 
comete	comet (sb) 
comfort	comfort ( sm ) 
comfortable	comfortable ( adj ) 
comglauwer	to curl up 
comgwiven	conviviality, cohabitation   
Comia im Hellens	League of Corinth   
comic	comic (adj.)   
comic-strip	comic strip   
comics	comics 
comit	warder (for convicts; sb)
comitee	committee (sb) 
comma	comma (sb) 
commandant	commander (sb) 
commande	command (sb) (institution) 
commandement	commandment (sb) (religious) 
commander	commander (sb) 
commandire	business trip 
commandiret/commandiren orbater	posted worker   (Eur.)
commando	commando (unit)
commando-soldat	commando (soldier)
commandobrigv	wheelhouse bridge (sb) 
commassacia	land consolidation   
commejer	dinner (the person, not the event), eater   
commente	to comment   
commente	comment (sb & vtr) 
commerce	commerce (vint & sb) 
commercial bank	commercial bank
commercial entrepot	commercial entrepôt   
commode	chest of drawers (sb) (furniture) 
commotion	commotion   
commun	common (adj); commun grabh = common grave 
commun denominator	common denominator   
commun sense	common sense (sb) 
commune	borough, commune (sb) 
communicant vase	communicating vessel
communie	to communicate 
communion	communion (sb) 
communiquee	(communiqué) = communiqué (sb) 
communisme	   communism
communitarisme	communitarianism
communitat	community (sb) 
Communitat Independent Staten	Commonwealth of Independent States 
Comore	Comoro (npr) 
compag	to tense, to contract (vint); past tense of "companeg"
compagnie	company (sb; commercial) 
compagnie samt limitet responsibilitat	limited (liability) company   
compagnon	companion (sb) 
companeg	compact (vtr) 
comparaisc	to mate (subject: a couple)   (vint)
compare	compare (vtr) 
compartment	compartment (sb) 
comparue	to appear (before a court) 
compass	compass ( sb) 
compassion	compassion (sb) 
compatible	compatible
compense	to compensate for
competition	competition (sb) 
compilation	compilation   
compiler	compiler (computer; sb) 
complete	complete (adj; vtr)
complete un summ	to complete/make a sum   
complexe	complex (sb, psy.)   (schamkhisses)
complexe	complex (adj) 
complexion	complexion, constitution   
complicat	complicated (adj) 
complication	complication (incl. surgery)   
complication	complication (sb; including surgery)
complice	accomplice (adj, sb) (criminal) 
complie	complicate (vtr)
compliment	compliment (sb) 
complot	plot ( sb) 
compon	present tense base of “composen” 
component	component
composen	to compose (vtr) 
composit	compound (adj & sb); composit prev = compound prev 
composit reul os tri	compound rule of three   
composite	composite (adj) 
compositor	composer (sb)
compost	compost   
Compostela	Compostela (npr) 
compote	compote   
compotium	banquet (mainly with drinks)
comprehend	to comprehend 
compresse	compress ( sb) 
compressem	to compress (vtr) 
compresst air	compressed air 
comprined	to comprise 
compris	past participle and past tense of “comprined” 
compulsion	compulsion   
computer	computer ( sb) 
computer station	computer station   
computerisation	computerization   
computerminal	computer terminal 
comsperg	scatter (vtr ) ( object , location) 
comsteurd	collapse (vint) 
comstrehb	se _ = to fall back on oneself
comvetat	co-ownership, condominium   
comweida	overall culture
con	with (accompanied by; prep); con sellsto namos = Best regards 
concave	concave
concentrational	concentration (adj) 
concern	concern ( vtr ) 
concert	concert (sb) 
concertina viel	concertina wire, dannert wire   
concil	council (sb) (institution; Church) 
conciliant	conciliatory ( adj ) 
conclud	to conclude 
concomitant	concomitant   
concordat	concordat   
concorde	concord
concors	bankruptcy (sb) 
concrete	concrete (adj) 
concreteih	materialize (vtr)
concretion	concretion (sb) 
concubin	(life) partner (sb) 
concubinat	(legal) cohabitation ( sb) 
concurrence	competition ( sb) 
condeht	riverfork   
condensator	capacitor (electricity ; sb) 
condescendence	condescension (sb) 
condiment	condiment ( sb) 
condire	pickle ( vtr ) 
conditer	confectioner (sb) 
conditerie	confectioner's shop ( sb) 
condition	condition (sb) & to condition (vtr ) 
condominium	condominium (when more than one entity owns the same object)   
condottiere	condottiero
conduct	conduct (sb) 
conductance	conductance (electricity, sb) 
conductor	conductor (electricity)   (electricitat)
conduit	pipe (sb) 
cone	cone (sm) 
confect	confectionery (sb) 
confederat	confederate (adj & sb)
confer	to confer 
confessionalisme	confessionalism
confett	confess (vtr) 
confide	bi = to confide in ( vpr ) 
confident	confident ( adj) 
configuration	configuration   
configure	configure (vtr.)   
confine	to confine 
confirmation	confirmation (including religion)
confirme	confirm (vtr ) 
confluence	confluence (sb) 
conform	correct, true (to) (adj)
conformisme	conformism   
conformiste	conformist   
confronte	confront (vtr) 
confucianisme	confucianism (sb) 
confuned	to mix up, confuse (vtr)   
confuned	to confuse / confound (vtr) 
confus	confuse (adj); past and past passive participle of “confuned” 
confus-ye	dimly (adv ) 
congener	fellow creature (adj & sb)
conger	conger-eel
congestion	congestion   
conglomerat	conglomerate (company) 
Congo	Congo (npr) 
congolese	congolese (adj. & sb) 
congregation	congregation (sb) ( Religion) 
conjug	spouse (sb) 
conjuge	to conjugate (vtr)   
conjuncture	(economic) situation
connaiss	to know about (a topic)
connect	{konnEkt} = connect (vtr) 
connectome	connectome   
connive	to connive   
connotation	connotation
conosment	bill of lading (sb) 
conscie	(+ acc.) = to be aware of 
conscience	conscience, consciousness (sb); conscience objection = consciencious objection
consciencieus	conscientious   
conscription	conscription (sb) 
consecre	to consecrate, to dedicate 
consecutive	consecutive
consensus	consensus
consent	+ acc. (consènt) = consent to (vint) 
consequence	consequence 
conservative	conservative (politics; sb & adj) 
conservatorium	conservatory   (mathalan, pro music)
conserve	tinned/canned food; to conserve 
conserveghyaner	opener (for tins, cans; sb ) 
considere	consider ( vtr ) 
consist	+ acc. = consist in 
consistorium	consistory   
console	console ( sb); console (vtr ) 
consonn	consonant (adj & sb)
consortium	consortium
conspiration	conspiracy (sb) 
conspirator	conspirator ( sb ) 
conspue	to conspue 
constant	constant 
constante	constant (mathematics; sb)   (mathematique)
Constantinople	Constantinople
Constantinus	Constantine (Roman Emperor) 
constellation	constellation   
consternat	dismayed ( adj ) 
consterne	to consternate 
constitution	constitution (sb) 
construction	construction (sb) 
constructive effect	rule of effectiveness (law)
construg	build ( vtr ) 
consul	consul (sb) 
consulat	consulate (sb)
consultationsfirma	consulting firm 
consulte	consult (vtr) 
consumm	(& consummation) = consumption (sb) 
cont	(& conto) = account (sb) 
contact	link, contact ( sb) 
contact linses	contact lenses 
contag	past tense of “contaneg” 
contagieus	contagious ( adj) 
container	container (sb) 
containernav	container ship (sb) 
contaneg	contact (vtr) 
conte	to count (incl. "to have influence")   
conte	count (sb, vtr) 
conteit	county (sb) 
contemple	to behold 
conteste	contest ( vtr ) 
contigu ad	adjacent to 
continental drift	continental drift
continental schelf	continental shelf 
contingent	contingent (sb)
continue	to continue 
contocorrent	transactional account (sb)
contocorrentbalance	current account (balance of payments)   
contolker	person spoken to (sb)
contor	counter (sb); lawyer's office
contorsion	contortion
contour	outline, contour (sb) 
contra-filete	sirloin steak, tenderloin, upper fillet   
contra-gol	own goal (ex: soccer)   
contrabalance	to counterbalance (vtr)
contrabande	contraband (sb) 
contrabass	bass ( sf ) 
contraception	birth control   
contraceptive	contraceptive (sb) 
contradic	contradict   
contradic	( contradìc ) = contradict (vtr) 
contradictor	adversarial (adj) 
contrafac	counterfeit ( vtr ) 
contrafagot	contrabassoon (sb) 
contrafort	buttress (sb) (architecture) 
contraforte	contraforte
contragend magha	contracting authority (public tenders)
contrakneigv	to butress   
contralto	contralto (sb) 
contramande	to countermand (vtr) 
contrapart	counterpart (sb) 
contrapoint	counterpoint
contrar	contrary
contrarevolution	counter-revolution   
contrarietat	contrariety (fact of being contrary)   
contrasignature	countersignature   
contraste	contrast (vtr & sb) 
contrattaque	(to) counterattack   
contravention	contravention, fine (sb) 
contre	to counter   
contrecoup	contrecoup
contribue	(+ acc. ) = to contribute to 
contrition	contrite ( adj) 
control	control (vtr & sb); control system = controls ( splu ) 
controleur	ticket inspector, bus conductor 
controlluce	warning light (sb) 
controvers	/controverten = controverted
controverse	controversy (sb) 
contuned	to bruise (vtr) 
contus	past participle and past tense of “contuned” 
contusion	bruise, bruising ( sb ) 
convall	lily of the valley (sb) 
convent	[konvEnt] = convent (sb) 
converg	converge (vint)
conversation	conversation (sb) 
convert	to convert (vtr)   
convexe	convex   
convinec	to convince
convivial	user-friendly, guest-friendly   
convoy	convoy
convulg	convulse (vtr)
convulsive	convulsive 
cooperative	cooperative, co-operative, co-op, coop   
cooptation	co-option
coordinat	coordinate (sb) 
cop	cop (sb; policeman) 
copel	chip (ex. of wood; sb) 
Copenhaghen	Copenhagen (npr) 
copie	copy (sb & vtr) 
copierect	copyright (sb) 
copil	scoundrel (sb) 
Coppernic	Copernicus (npr) 
coppernican	copernican   
coptic	Coptic (adj, sb) 
corall	coral (sb) 
Coran	Quran (sb) 
corbach	riding crop (sb) 
corbh	basket (sb) 
corc	cork, stopper (sb) 
corcaig	cork-oak   
corce	bark (sb) 
corcscruv	corkscrew (sb) 
corcuk	crow (sb) 
corcuksnest	crow's nest (sb) 
cordeguardia	gatehouse, guardhouse (sb) 
cordial	cordial (adj) 
cordialitat	warmth, cordiality (sb) 
cordillera	cordillera
cordon-sanitaire	cordon sanitaire, sanitary cordon
Corfu	Corfu (npr) 
coriander	coriander (sb) 
coridion	St John's wort (sb) 
Corinth	Corinth ( npr ) 
corinthi	Corinthian (adj. & sb) 
cormat	cider (sb) 
cormoran	cormorant   
cornea	cornea   
cornea	cornea
corner	corner kick   
cornete	cornet (sb) 
cornice	cornice (sb) 
cornut	chickweed (sfb) 
coroll	corolla ( sb ) 
corollar	corollary (sm , adj ) 
corporation	corporation 
corpos	body ( sb) 
corposveurnen	(sing) = assault ( splu ) 
corps ad corps	hand-to-hand, clinch 
corps-de-logiss	corps de logis (sb) 
corpulent	stout ( adj ) 
Corpus Christi	Corpus Christi 
corpuscule	corpuscle   
corrasion	corrasion   
corrector chirurgia	corrective surgery   
corrector chirurgia	corrective surgery
correcture	proof (sheet)   
correg	correct (vtr) 
correle	to correlate (vtr)   
correspond	correspond (vtr) 
correspondence	correspondence (sb) (letters ) 
corridor	corridor ( sb) 
corrobore	to corroborate   
corrosion	corrosion   
corrumep	to corrupt 
corrup	past tense of “corrumep” 
cors	Corsican ( adj , sb ) 
corsan	rover ( sb) 
corsar	privateer (sb) 
corselett	bodice (sb) 
corsett	corset (sb ) 
Corsica	[kOrsika] = Corsica ( npr ) 
cort	short ( adj) 
cortanem	wheezy ( adj) 
cortannem	puffing (adj.)   
cortege	procession ( sb ) 
cortin	curtain ( sb) 
cortjamb	stocky (adj ) 
cortmetrage	short movie   
cortoyer	courtier ( sb) 
cortschluss	short circuit (sb) 
corymb	corymb   
coryphayos	coryphaeus   
coschar	gate 
coschmar	nightmare ( sb) 
cosin	window frame 
cosinus	cosine   
cosmetic	cosmetic (adj) 
cosmetique	cosmetic product (sb) 
cosmic microwanden aptergrund	cosmic microwave background; cosmic skapsyrat = escape velocity (sb) 
cosmopolit	cosmopolitan ( adj) 
cost	cost (sb) & cost (vtr) 
costeus	costly
costor	tin-ore
costpris	cost price   
costume	suit (clothing) 
cot	coat (sf ) 
coteau	coteau, hillside 
cothern	buskin   
cotlan	corner (sm ) 
cotlett	chop (meat; sb ) 
coton	cotton ( sb ) 
couard	coward (sm. & adj) 
couardice	cowardice ( sf ) 
couch	sofa ( sm ) 
couchee papier	coated paper   
couchette	couchette (sb) 
cougar	cougar (sb) 
coukie	cookie   (internet)
coul	cool (adj; fig. as in "keep cool" !)
coulee	(mud)flow, (snow)slide 
coulisse	set construction (in theatres) 
coup	cup (sb) 
coup-d'etat	coup d'état 
coup-de-theatre	dramatic turn of events   
coupee	coupé   
coupee	(& coupé) = compartment, coupé (train) 
coupel	dome, cupola 
couple	couple   
couplen	clutch (on cars) 
couplet	song verse
coupon	coupon (sb) 
courage	courage ( sb ) 
courant	account, report 
court-bouillon	court bouillon   
cousin	cousin (sb) 
couvrefeu	curfew (sb) 
covehr	cover (an event)   (vtr + sb)
covehr	tapestry, cover (ex: book; sb); to cover 
covehrbeuwen	cover crop   
coven	coven (sb)
cox	coke (sb) 
coyer	bloated, swollen (adj )
coyote	coyote 
crabe	crab (sb) 
crack	ace, crack (like in "Brazil ace Ronaldinho believes Beckham will help AC to win trophies" or "at school she is an ace at quantum physics")   
crackel	crack (vtr ) 
cracken	creak, creaking (sb) 
cramp	cramp ( sf ) 
cranium	skull and crossbones 
cras	tomorrow (adv ) 
crasch	crash ( vpr ) 
crasp	+ acc = to clench on ( vpr ) 
crastin	of tomorrow ( adj ) 
crater	crater (sb) 
crauv	raven (sb) 
cravat	tie (on neck; sb) 
crawl	crawl (swimming) 
crayk	hornet (sb) 
creation	creation
cred	belief (sb) 
credeih	believe (vtr) 
credie	Wednesday (sb) 
credit	credit (sb) 
creditise	credit (vtr) 
credits	credit (creative art)   (s.plu.)
credule	credulous
cree	to create (vtr) 
crehng	to list (vint ) ( vessel) 
crehsc	grow (vint); rise, increase (sb) 
crehsp	crunch, munch (vtr) 
creisch	to yelp, to bawl, to squeal 
cremat	cremate (vtr.)   
cremation	cremation
crematorium	crematorium
creme	cream-coloured
creme-de-cassis	crème de cassis
cren	horseradish ( sb) 
creole	creole   
Creon	Creon    
creosote	creosote   
crepat	cracked ( adj) 
crepe (papier)	crêpe paper   
crepe bande	crêpe   
crepire	to die (slowly; !) 
crescent	crescent (sb) 
creschma	tavern ( sf ) 
creschmer	keeper ( sm ) 
cressen	watercress (sb) 
crest	crest (sf ) 
cretacee	cretaceous   
Crete	Crete ( npr ) 
cretic	Cretan ( adj , sb) 
crevasse	crevice (sb) 
crewent	covered with blood (adj.)
cricit	screamed (3° sing past tense)
crick	creek, inlet
crie	scream; cry (vtr & sb) 
crieckel	past tense of “crackel” 
criesch	past tense of “crasch” 
criesp	past tense of “criesp” 
crime	crime (sb); crime os/as les majestat = lese-majesty (sb); organise-n/-t crime = organised crime 
criminal	criminal (adj & sb) 
crin	horsehair 
crinar	mane (sb) 
cripia	manger (sb); Nativity scene ( sb) 
criquet	cricket (sb) 
crisch	past tense of “creisch” 
crise	crisis ( sb) 
crisp	frizzy, fuzzy (adj ) 
crispe	to backcomb ( hair) 
cristall	crystal ( sb ) 
cristallite	(gran) = crystallite (sb) 
cristallreceptor	crystal receiver
Cristoforo Colombo	Christopher Columbus (npr) 
criterium	criterion (sb) 
critic	critical (adj) 
critique	criticism (sb) 
critique	to criticize 
critiquer	critic (sb) 
crocus	crocus (sb) 
crohng	past tense of “crehng” 
crohsc	past tense of “crehsc” 
crohsp	past tense of “crehsp” 
cron	crown ( sb) 
cronapel	queen of the pippins (apple)
cronschtayn	cleat (sb) 
croquet	croquet (game)
croquette	croquette (sb) 
croquis	croquis (sb) 
crosct	growth ( sb) 
crossing-over	chromosomal crossover   (genetique)
crotal	antique cymbal, crotale (sb) 
croupier	croupier (sb) 
crovat	bed ( sb ) 
crovatbohnden	bedridden
crovatbohndt	bedridden
crowding-out	crowding out (sb)
cruassant	croissant (sb) 
cruce	cross ( sb & vtr ) 
cruce-alamat	dagger (typography)   
cruceade	crusade (sb) 
cruceit	crusader (sb) 
crucen	intersection (sb) 
crucer	cruiser (sb; warship) 
crucesprehg	cross-examining (adj)
crucestrehl	crossfire (sb) 
crucewerds	crosswords   (s.plu.)
crucial	crucial
crucifict	crucify (vtr) 
crucifix	crucifix (sb) 
crue	vineyard, wine (sb) 
cruel	cruel
cruise	cruise (sb) 
cruor	gore, shed blood 
cruorgheuss	bloodbath, bloodshed
cruoric	bloody (adj)
cruorlasni	bloodthirsty (adj) 
cruppel	cripple
crusber	redcurrant (sb) 
cruste	crust (sb) 
crusten	very cold (adj) 
cruzen	baptize (vtr ) 
cryogenique	cryogenics (sb ) 
crypt	crypt ( sb) 
Cuba	Cuba ( npr ) 
cubaba	cubeb ( sb) 
cuban	Cuban (adj. & sb) 
cubic meter	cubic meter (sb) 
cubil	bunk (to lie down; sb) 
cubtal	elbow ( sb) 
cuch	doggie (sb) 
cuchia	kennel (sb)
cucin	kitchen (sb) 
cucin-buk	cookbook, cookery book   
cucuflor	oxalis, sorrel (sb) 
cuincule	rabbit (sb) 
cuirassier	cuirassier   
cuisine	cuisine   (art os cocen)
cuissot	haunch (sb) 
cuit	skin ( sb) 
cuitan	cutaneous   
cuitmaigher	skinny ( adj ) 
cul-de-sac	cul de sac (sb) 
culasch	horsgray-fawn horse (sb) 
culcin	cushion (sb) 
culcutar	colcothar (sb ) 
culinar	culinary ( adj ) 
culinaria	Culinary Arts (splu) 
culmen	escarpment, top, summit (sb) 
cult	cult
cultivar	cultigen, cultivar (sb)   
cultive	to cultivate (vtr)
cultor	farmer (sb) 
cultural area	cultural area   
culture	culture   
cumb	coomb, combe, dale 
cumebh	to lay down (vtr) 
cumin	caraway seeds, cumin (sb) 
cumpater	godfather (sm)
cumraeg	Welsh (adj, sb) 
Cumri	Wales (npr) 
cumulation	accumulation
cumule	accumulate (vtr); heap (sb) 
cungeid	leave (sb); to dismiss (vtr)
cuniko	young male rabbit (sb)
cunupide	cauliflower (sb) 
cunvenn	chat (sb) 
cuper	copper (sb) 
curatele	guardianship (sb) 
curator	curator ( museum) (sm ) 
curbel	crank (sb) 
curbeldru	crankshaft   
curbit	cucurbita maxima (sb) 
curdisse	to wind up (a mechanism) 
cure	curing ; to cure (food preservation)   
cure	cure (sb) (religion); course of treatment 
curieus	curious
curpen	gimlet, spiral (sb) 
curr	to run 
curral	pen, enclosure (sb) 
current	current (adj ) 
current balance	current account (balance of payments)   
currier	courier   
currier	messenger
curs	course (sb); past participle & past tense of “curr” 
cursia	passageway
cursive	italic (writing)
curt	court (sb, fig); Curt om Assises = Court of Assises 
Curt-Martial	Court-Martial (sb) 
curtese	courteous (adj) 
curtesia	courtesy (sb) 
curtisane	courtesan (sb)
curtise	woo (vtr) 
curve	curve, bend ( sb) 
cuschuta	dodder (sf ) 
cuscuss	couscous ( sm ) 
cuscussier	couscoussier   {kuskusyEr}
cuskat	stock dove 
custodia	custody 
customise	customize (vtr) 
cutia	small box (sb) 
cutt	blow (sb) 
cutter	cutter (vessel, sb) 
cuvee	vintage (wine)
cuvoukel	cubicle, loose-box 
cyanacid	cyanide   
cyanobacteria	cyanobacteria (sb) 
Cyclades	Cyclades   
cyclas	cyclas (sb) 
cyclop	cyclop ( sb) 
cyclopean	Cyclopean ( adj ) 
cylinder	barrel (sm ) 
cylindrat	engine displacement   
cymbal	cymbal ( sf ) 
cymber	savory (sf ) 
cyme	cyme   
cynic	cynical ( adj ) 
cypress	cypress (sb) 
cypriak	Cypriot (adj. & sb) 
Cypros	Cyprus
Cyrene	Cyrene
cyste	cyst
cystic fibrose	cystic fibrosis   
cytoplasme	cytoplasm   
cytoskeletum	cytoskeleton   
daanistah	knowingly (adv) 
dabdab	kettledrum (sb) (music) 
daber	artisan, craftsman (sb) 
dabh	to cut up (vtr)   
dabron	benevolent (adj ) 
dac	Dacian ( adj , sb) 
dach	hem ( sb ) 
dachin	(sing) = portable scales (splu) 
dadayisme	dadaism   
dadmam	father and mother 
dadw	provide ( vtr ) 
Daedel	Daedalus ( npr ) 
dafan	burial ( sb) 
dafni	laurel (sb) ( tree ) 
daftar	(long) list   
daftar	(long) list (sb) 
daftarnukta	bullet (typography)
daga	dagger (sb) 
dagh	to switch on, to light 
daghcleich	ignition key ( sb) 
daghsysteme	ignition ( sb) ( vehicle ) 
daguerreotype	daguerreotype   
dah	give (vtr ) 
dahi	ingenious (adj) 
dahsit	(he/she/it) gave
dais	canopy (furniture; sb) 
daiwer	brother-in-law 
dajal	imposter, usurper (sb ) 
dak	receive, get ( vtr ) 
dakh	thatched roof 
dakhdom	cottage (sb ) 
dakhel	(entrance) lobby (sb) 
dakika	instant ( sb; minute ) 
dakru	tear ( sb ) 
dakrue	to be watering (eye) 
dakrugehn	eye-irritating, lachrymatory (adj. & sb)
dakruwent	tearful (adj) 
dal	(& dalin) = valley, dale ( sb) 
dalg	far ( adv ) 
dalgayu	longevity ( sb) 
dalgayun	long-lived ( adj ) 
dalger	farther, further (adv)
Dalgnord	Far North
dalgtosneih	to radio-control
dalit	dalit
dallal	broker (sb) 
dalt	chisel ( sb) 
dalworts	downstream (adv) 
damar	string (sb) ( of bow ) 
dame	lady, ma'am (sb); queen (card games; sb) 
damenleik	(sing) = draughts (game)
dames	draughts (game)
damika	miss (sb) 
damn	damage ( sm ) 
damnation	damnation ( sb) 
damu	World Axis 
dandy	dandy   
dangalak	booby (sm ) 
danger	danger (sb) 
dank	thank (sb & vtr); dank ! = thank you (interjection); dank spollay = thank you very much !
dankali	sweet potatoe (sb) 
Danmark	Denmark (npr) 
dans	dance (sb & vtr) 
danser	dancer (sb)
dansk	Danish (adj) 
dansplor	dance floor
dansster	female dancer 
dantelle	lace (sb ) 
dantesk	Dantean (adj., daunting)   
Danube	Danube (npr) 
danv	spruce ( sb; tree ) 
Danwper	Dnieper
Danwster	Dniester
danxiow	magazine (sb) (of a weapon) 
dapan	feast meal (sb); to have a feast meal (vint) 
daper	sacrificial animal 
Daphne	Daphne   
dar	to hold back, to hold steadily (vtr/vint); still (adv) 
Daraa	Daraa
daraja	chemin de ronde 
darajagwah	rounds, patrol (sb) (guard) 
darak	carding machine 
darban	porter (sb) 
Dardanelles	Dardanelles (splu)
darm	firm (adj); darm disk = hard disk drive (sb) 
darman	false antidote 
darmeg	bread of fine flour 
darmen	bearing, position (sb) 
darmo memoria	read-only memory
dars	lecture (teaching; sb) 
darv	bitumen (sb) 
darvsand	oil sand (sb) 
darwisch	dervish (sb) 
darya	Inland Sea (sb; poetic) 
darz	vein (sb; of metal) 
dasch	dash (writing)   
daschtban	rural policeman (sb) 
daskal	school teacher (sb) 
dastkar	healer (sb) 
dastur	(mandatory) rule (sb) 
dat	as, given that (conjunction) 
database	to file, record (in a database)   (verb)
daten beorbaten	data processing ( sm ) 
datia	file (of data; sb) 
dau-hoi	hook above   
dau-moc	horn (diacritic)   
dauganeid	ne'er-do-well
daugh ka	to serve as (to = dative)
daugh- ka... ad	to serve as a... to    
daulat	public power (sb; State); Daulat Islams in Irak ed Schaam = "Islamic State" (terrorist group)
daulg	soot (sb) 
daum	to wonder 
daumos	marvel, wonder ( sb) 
daumost	wonderful (adj ) 
daun	rope (sb) 
daunbrigv	rope bridge
dauner	funeral (adj.)   
daunet	death (sb); to die (vint) 
daunos	funeral (sb) 
daunoscampan	knell, toll 
daunost	fatal ( adj) 
daunoswogh	hearse (sb) 
daut	dead (adj); past participle and past tense of “daunet” 
dauyn	cable ( sb ) ( rope ) 
dauynvia	towing path ( sb ) 
davit	davit
dawa	litigation
dawi	litigious (adj) 
dawti	fuel (sb) 
day	to divide up
daybien	( sing ) = feces ( splu ) 
daydey	in general (adv ) 
dayi	general idea 
dayim	constantly ( adv) 
dayir	concerning ( prep ) 
daykhway	meeting, rally (sb) 
dayluk	mainland ( sb) 
daymio	daimyo ( sb ) 
dayn	creditor ( adj , sb ) 
dayrliaung	large quantity 
dayschawbien	faeces and urine ( splu ) 
de	about (prep) 
deambulatorium	ambulatory (in church, sb)
debat	debate (sb) 
debil	feeble, wimp   
debit	due ( adj ) ( money ) 
debitcarte	debit card (sb) 
debite	to debit (vtr)
debos	suitableness
debris	(sing) = debris (splu) 
debses	propriety, decorum (sb) 
debute	debut   (artistic)
dec	ten (num)
decadence	decadence   
decalogos	decalogue   
decan	dean (sb) 
decante	decant (vtr) 
Decapolis	Decapolis
decedd	to die, to pass away 
december	december (sb) 
decen	ten (sb)
decennium	decade (sb) 
decent	[dëtsEnt] = decent
decentralise	to decentralize   
decep	[dëtsEp] = disappoint (vtr) 
deception	disappointment (sb) 
dechee	to demean 
dechristianisation	dechristianisation
decid	{dëtsId} = decide (vtr) 
decime	decimate (vtr) 
decis	decided 
decisionhehlp informatique	business intelligence   
decisive stehm	casting vote   
deck	pillowcase (sb); deck of ship (sb) 
decking	decking (sb; ship) 
declare	declare (vtr) 
decline	decline (vtr & sb) 
decoction	decoction
decolletee	low-cut, low neckline
decolonisation	decolonization   
decomposen	to decompose (vtr)   (vtr)
deconcentre	to devolve (ex: administration, vtr)
deconstruction	deconstruction
decontrag	chill, relax   
decor	decor (sb) 
decore	decorate (vtr ) 
decos	dignity (sb) 
decouple	to decouple, uncouple
decrepit	decrepit (adj) 
decrepitude	decay (sb)
decret	decree (sb & vint) 
deculturation	deculturization
dedh	to curd, to clot 
dedhen	curdled milk 
dedication	dedication (sb) 
dedie	dedicate (vtr ) 
dedru	skin disease ( sb ) 
dedruk	spot ( sb ) (on skin) 
dedrut	(& dedrun) = pockmarked ( adj) 
deduc	deduce (like in "From the information received from the Spanish authorities, it is not possible to deduce that the same measures would have applied to other companie...")   
dedwrnt	clot (sm ) 
defalque	to deduct (vtr)
defaul	to catch out (vtr)   
default	default (sb) 
defect	breakdown (mechanics), in a breakdown (adj.)   
defect	default (sb; in a machine) 
defection	defection   
defector	renegade (sb) 
defend	( defènd ) = defend (vtr) 
defense	defence (sb) 
defensive mediocampiste	defensive midfielder, holding midfielder (soccer/football)   
defensor	defender, fullback (sports)   
defereit	déféré (French law; sb) 
deference	deference (sb) 
deferent	deferential ( adj) 
deficit	deficit ( sb ) 
deficitar	loss-making   
defilee	parade (sb ) ( review ) 
defineih	to define 
definition	definition (sb ) 
defis	hyphen - 
deflagration	explosion sound (sb) 
deflation	deflation
defleg	deflect (vtr)
deflore	deflower   
deforce	forced (adj) 
deforestation	deforestation (sb) 
defrock	to defrock (vtr)
defunct	deceased (adj) 
degasification	degassing (sb)   
degener	degenerate (adj) 
degenere	degenerate (vintr.)   
deglobalisation	deglobalization
degrade	degrade (vtr) 
degram	molar ( tooth ) ( sb) 
degree	degree (sb) 
degveih	wither (vint) 
degvihen	wither (vtr) 
deh	to put 
dehbh	(vtr ) = ought to 
dehbhen	assent (sb)
dehesa	dehesa   
dehk	to fit (something into)   
dehk	to fit together 
dehl	delude, deceive ( vtr ) 
dehlft	delving (sb) 
dehlg	must (vtr) 
dehlv	to delve 
dehlwrnt	snare ( sm ) 
dehm	to put ub, to train 
dehmber	framing (sf) 
dehn	to flow, to pass by (vint) 
dehnend	fluid (adj) (traffic) 
dehnk	to bite (vtr) 
dehnkel	to nibble at
dehnksrig	very cold 
dehnquote	stream flow 
dehnu	riverstream
dehr	to tear 
dehrbh	spoil ( vpr ) 
dehrj	to hold 
Deianeira	Deianira   
deidel	teat   
deidikie	display ( sm ) 
deigh	dam ( sf ) 
deighmen	modelling (sb, relief of forms)   
deighos	rampart of mud ( sm ) 
deih	suck (vtr ) 
deihbotel	baby's bottle (sb) 
deihnu	dairy animal 
deik	signpost (sb) 
deik	to show, to indicate 
deil	share (vtr); deil con = to deal with
deilule	small machete (sb) 
deimen	nurse (who gives milk) 
deisme	deism   
dejour	to be on duty 
dekhschat	frighten (vtr ) 
dekhschat	terror (sb) 
dekhschatic	horrifying, appalling (adj) 
delator	delator   
delband	turban ( sb ) 
delectation	delight ( sb ) 
delegation	delegation (sb) 
deleteri	deleterious ( adj ) 
deliberation	deliberation (sb ) 
delicate	delicate (adj ) 
delicieus	delicious (adj ) 
Delilah	Delilah   
delinquent	delinquent   
delirant	delirious (adj ) 
delirium	delirium (sb) 
dellal	town, public crier ( sb) 
delphin	dolphin ( sb) 
Delphoi	Delphi ( npr ) 
delt	tent (sb) 
delta	delta (sb) 
deltaplan	hang glider (sb) 
deluge	deluge (sb) 
deluxe	luxurious (adj) 
dem	district, territorial unit, division of a territory
demagog	demagogue (sb) 
demande	demand (sb & vtr) 
demarcation	demarcation
dematesia	structural system (building; sb) 
dement	({dëmEnt} & demential) = insane, mad (adj) 
dementia	dementia
demerit	shortcoming   
Demeter	Demeter   
demikat	(sing) = croutons (splu) 
deminen	demining (sb)
demiurg	demiurge   
demneh	tame (vtr) 
democrat	democrat
Democratic Respublic ios Congo	Democratic Republic of the Congo
demographia	demographics   
demographic projection	population projection   
Demokrit	Democritus (npr) 
demon	demon (sb) 
demoniak	demoniac (adj) 
demonstrant	demonstrant
demonstration	demonstration (sb) 
demontage	dismantling (sb)
demonte	to take apart, to dismantle, to dismount (vtr) 
demos	people (sb) (in a district) 
demosia	rental charge (sb) 
demotic	demotic (adj)
demped	house floor
demsadpeurten	filiation (including adoption)
demseconomia	consumer/home economics   
demspoti	house master (sb)
demspotnia	housewife (sb)
demystifie	to demystify   
Den Haag	The Hague (npr) 
denars	(splu) = money (sing) 
denartransport	cash-tansport(ation) (sb)
denatalitat	sub-replacement fertility   
denaturation	denaturation   
denda	(punishment) = penalty, sanction (sb) 
denegen service	denial of service (computer)
dener	depression (of terrain) 
dengji	see-saw, weighing scale (sb)
dengji bark	pirate ship (amusement ride)   
dengjiekwo	rocking horse
dengu	cloudy (sky, adj) 
denigre	denigrate   
Denis	Dennis   
denote	denote (vtr)
denou	to unravel (situation)   (vtr/vint; fig. ex. storia)
denoument	dénouement, outcome
dens	(& densu) = dense ( adj) 
densat	densely packed ( adj ) 
dent	tooth ( sb) 
dentar arcade	dental arch   
dentemayl	tooth enamel   
dentia	denture (sb) 
dentiste	dentist (sb) 
dentition	dentition (sb) 
dentpaste	tooth-paste (sb)
denunce	to denounce (vtr) 
denwrnt	back of hand, flat side of a blade, blade (of propeller) 
deodorant	deodorant   
department	department
depend	(depènd) = to depend on 
depesche	dispatch, news (sb) 
dephase	dephase (vtr.) ; to be out of phase   (Bo phisic ed figurative maynen)
depineg	to depict (vtr) 
deplore	deplore (vtr)
depon	present tense base of “deposen” 
deponia	(garbage) dump (sb) 
depopule	to depopulate (vtr)   
deporte	deport (vtr.)   
deposeih	deposit ( vtr ) ( trade) 
deposen	to depose (a sovereign)   
deposen	to depose (vtr) 
deposit	handling ( sb) (activity) 
deposit	deposit ( sb) (bank) 
deprave	deprave (vtr) 
depression	depression (sb) 
depulg	to drive out (from cover) 
derailer	derailleur gears   
derailment	derailment
deranget	(& derangen) = disturbed ( adj ) (mentally ) 
derbeder	slapdash ( adj ) 
derder	to grumble 
dered	tordylium (sb) 
derghen	male dogwood 
derid	to ridicule (vtr)   
derision	derision
derisor	derisory (adj) 
derivat	derivative (sb; including finance) 
derive	to derive
deroge	(+ acc.) = to depart from
derrick	derrick (sb)
derv	faithful (adj) 
dervente	narrow gorge or pass 
desaddic (ud)	to dry out (vtr, addiction)   
desaffectet	disused ( adj ) 
desamat	unpleasant (adj) 
desarmament	disarmament (sb) 
desaster	disaster ( sb) 
desburs	disbursement   (sing.)
descend	to descend 
descendant	descendant   
descharge	discharge (finances)   (bukhalten, finances)
desconcerte	disconcert (vtr) 
descrehsc	decrease
describ	describe (vtr)
desenchantement	disenchantment   
desert	desert (adj & sb) 
deserteur	deserter ( sb)
desertire	to desert (as a soldier, vint)
desfigure	disfigure (vtr) 
desguise	disguise (vtr / vint) 
deshonor	disgrace, dishonour (sb) 
deshumanise	dehumanize   
deshydrate	dehydrate (vtr) 
desinfectant	desinfectant (adj & sb) 
desinstalle	uninstall (vtr) 
desinteresse	disinterest
desinvolture	casualness (sb) 
desire	desire (sb & vtr) 
desk	round table 
desktop	desktop (the main graphical user interface of an operating system) ; — computer = desktop computer   
desktop-publication	desktop publishing   
deskwide	(!) = lose (vtr) 
desloge	dislodge (vtr) 
desmantel	dismantle (vtr) 
desmemberment	dismemberment   
desno	fane (sb)
desolation	distress, grief, desolation
desoriente	disorientate
desperat	desperate (adj) 
desperation	desperation (sb) 
despere	to despair 
desplace	displace (vtr) 
desploy	unfold, display (vtr/vpr) 
desployment	deployment
despot	despot
dessacralise	desecrate
dessert	dessert (sb) 
dessous	( splu) = (woman's) underwear (sing) 
dessteiv	lodge (vtr, agriculture)   
dessteiven	lodging (agriculture)   
destination	destination (sb) 
destine	destine (vtr) 
destroyer	destroyer (vessel; sb) 
destrug	destroy (vtr) 
destull	quite (adv) 
desvantage	disadvantage
detachable colnier	detachable collar (sb) 
detache	detach (vtr) 
detayl	detail (sb & vtr) 
detective	detective
detectiven roman	crime fiction novel 
deteg	detect (vtr)
deten	( detèn ) = to detain 
detente	détente (sb ) ( political relations ) 
detergent	detergent (adj & sb) 
deterioration	deterioration (sb) 
determination	determination (sb) 
determine	to determine (vtr)   
deteste	dislike (vtr) 
dethron	dethrone (vtr)
detour	detour (sb) 
detractor	critic, detractor   
detriment	detriment (sb) 
deub	deep (adj) 
deub kuss	deep kiss   
deubdruck	intaglio (printmaking)   
deubfrehser	freezer (sb) 
deugh	to make come, to make happen, to get (vtr) 
deughos	batch (quantity of things produced)   (= Eng. "batch")
deughos	(publication) issue   
deughos beorbaten	batch process   
deughos beorbaten	batch process(ing) (industry)   
deulg	to owe 
deulgen	financial claim ( sb ) 
deum	to smoke (to emit smoke, vtr & vint) 
deumkyal	smoking room (sb) 
deurgh	maim ( vtr ) 
deurs	to dare 
deurseck	cheeky (adj ) 
deurseckia	insolence   
deursia	audacity; venture ( sb) 
deursic	daring, bold   
deursic	daring, audacious   
deusel	dazzle (vtr ) 
deusk	dark (adj) ; to darken, grow sombre (vint) 
deusk materia	dark matter (sb) 
deuspont	rainbow (sb) 
deutsch	German (adj. & sb); Deutsch Confederation = German Confederation 
Deutschland	Germany (npr) 
deuyker	culvert ( sm ) 
deuys	to fail (vint) 
deuyseih	counter (vtr) 
devalue	to devaluate (vtr; finance)
deviant	deviant   
devolv	to devolve (vtr)   
devotion	devotion (sb) 
dewer	whirl (sb) 
dexel	helm (sb) 
dexghend	right-handed (adj & sb)   
dexia	skill (sf ) 
dexios	briskly ( adv) 
dexter	right (direction) 
dexteritat	dexterity ( sb) 
dextro	to the right 
Dhaka	Dhaka
dia	towards (moral meaning; prep) 
diabel	devil ( sb) 
diabetes	diabetes (sb) 
diabetic	diabetic (adj) 
diablo	imp, little devil (sb) 
diabrehgh	saturate (vtr) 
diacritic (alamat)	diacritic (sb)   
diadehtor	certifying officer (sb; accountancy) 
diademe	diadem (sb) 
diafa	welcoming present, gift (sb) 
diagnose	diagnosis (sb) & diagnose (vtr) 
diaken	deacon (sb) 
dialehg	to have a conversation
dialogos	dialogue (sb) 
diamant	diamond
diameter	diameter   
diaphen	diaphanous (adj) 
diaphragma	diaphragm   (mems)
diapo	slide (photo; sb)
diapositive	slide (photo; sb)
diar	diary (sb) 
diarrhea	diarrhea ( sf ) 
diaspehr	scatter (vtr ) 
diatribe	rant ( sb) 
diayn	indigo dye 
dibaj	brocade ( sb) 
dicotomia	dichotomy (sf ) 
dictator	dictator ( sm ) 
dictature	dictatorship (sb) 
dicte	to dictate (a condition)   
diction	diction   
dictionar	dictionary (sb) 
didbani	lookout (ex: tower; sb)
Dido	Dido (npr)
diedel	fibula 
diedw	past tense of “dadw”  
diehen	attach ( vtr ) 
dieji	saucer ( sb) 
diek	big box (for storage); got, received (past tense) 
diemen	link (sb) 
diemmen	to bondage (sb)
dien	day (sb) 
dienaurdhen	order of the day, agenda
dienchi	(removable) electric battery (sb) 
dienghia	refined (adj) 
dienk	past tense of “dank” 
dienkia	domestic electric appliances (adj , sm) 
diens	past tense of “dans” 
dientow	to bow ( vint) 
dienxia	square (before a church, a temple...) ( sm ) 
dier	past tense of “dar” 
diesel	diesel
diete	diet (sb) (weight loss) 
dieugh	past tense of “daugh” 
dieum	past tense of “daum” 
dieupter	Supreme God
Dieuspater	Supreme God 
diewo	daylight ( sf ) 
diey	past tense of “day” 
differ	to postpone, to put off 
difference	difference (sb) 
differencye	differentiate ( vtr ) 
differendum	dispute ( sm ) 
different	different   
different	different 
differential	differential (sb, math.)
difficil	difficult   
difficil	difficult (adj) 
difficultat	difficulty (sb) 
digest	digest (vtr) 
digestive	digestive (adj)
digestive tract	digestive tract (sb) 
digh	past tense of « dinegh » 
dighme	to turn off 
dighmo	oblique (adj) 
dighom	earth (sb) 
digit	rakem
digital	digital (adj) 
dignitar	dignitary (sb) 
digraph	digraph, digram   
dih	past tense of “dih”; -dih = locative suffix 
DIISCH	ISIS (terrorist group)
dik	showed (past tense) 
dik-ye	legally   (tayt rhalt in dictionar !)
dik-ye	rightly (adv) 
dikat	refinement (sm ) 
dikhliz	corridor, gang (sb) 
diks-	legal (adj) 
dikscapacitat	legal capacity
dil	past tense of “deil” 
dila	feeding breast (sb) 
dilemma	dilemma (sb)
diler	(drug) dealer
dilglonc	longbow (sb) 
diligence	diligence (sb) (quality) 
dilim	clove (sf) 
dill	dill
diluv	to dilute (vtr)
dima	prop (carpentry) (sb) 
dimaar	self-importance, bumptiousness 
Dimaschk	Damascus (npr) 
dimension	dimension (sb)
dimsum	dim sum (sb) 
dind	then, after that (adv) 
dinegh	shape, fashion, mould (vtr) 
dinga	dengue fever (sb) 
dingkwehl	potter's wheel 
dingv	tongue (sb) (body) 
dingvreink	tongue-twister   
dinner	dinner (sb & vint) 
dinosaur	dinosaur (sb) 
diocese	diocese (sb) 
Diocletianus	Diocletian   
Dioder	Diodorus (npr) 
Diogenes	Diogenes (npr) 
Diomedes	Diomedes   
Dionys	Dionysus (npr) 
Dionysia	Dionysia (plu. in Sambahsa)   (n. plu. in Sambahsa)
dionysic	Dionysian (adj) 
Diophent	Diophantus (npr) 
diora	( ! ) = sperma (sb) 
diorama	diorama   
diorite	diorite ( sm) 
diork	roe-deer ( sb) 
dioxide	dioxide (sb) 
dioxin	dioxin
diphtherie	diphtheria (sb) 
diphthong	diphthong   
dipla	pleat, crease (sb) (clothing) 
diplise	crease, pleat (vtr) 
diploblast	diploblast   
diplomat	diplomat
diplome	diploma (sb) 
diptykh	diptych   
dirab	to wreck, ransack (vtr)
direct	direct (adj) 
direction	direction (sb) 
director	director (sb) 
directoren radh	board of directors
directorium	(service) = directory (sb) (ex: telephone) 
direg	[dirEg] = run, manage, lead (vtr) 
dirigent	conductor (orchestra)   
dirigisme	dirigisme (sb)
dirpan	scythe (sb) 
disap	disconnect, dislocate (vtr)
disappoint	disappoint (vtr ) 
disarroy	helplessness, disarray ( sb) 
disaurdhen	disorder
disayner	designer
disbande	to disband   (vtr/vint)
disbark	to disembark 
disbayaldisse	to regain consciousness
disbih	to get undone 
discarte	discard (vtr.)   
discern	( discèrn ) = discern (vtr) 
dischteukel	shred (vtr ) 
disciple	disciple (sb) 
discipline	discipline (sb) 
discont	(& disconto) = discount (sb ) 
discordant	discordant (adj) 
discouple	to disengage the clutch
discredit	discredit
discreditise	to discredit (vtr)
discret	discrete (adj) 
discretionar	discretionary
discrosct	degrowth
discutt	to discuss (vtr) 
disfalg	clearing the land (vtr) 
disfangheih	to dispossess (vtr; double accusative)
disfeurl	unfurl (vtr) 
disfiber	fray (vtr) 
disgrace	disgrace (sb)
disgust	disgust (sb)   
disinflation	disinflation
disk	disk (sb) 
diskaurt	(& diskaurn) = abandoned (adj) 
diskbraik	brake disk   
diskenise	to reduce to ashes (a corpse)
diskentolker	record player   
diskette	diskette
diskurakh	to restore the circulation to (a limb)   
diskwehr	undo (vtr) 
disleu	disintegrate, weather (vtr) 
disleuren	release (sb) 
disloque	dislocate (vtr ) 
dismask	unmask ( vtr ) 
disnauk	to disembark 
disnia	sand hill (sb) 
dispareih	to disappear 
disparitat	disparity (sb) 
dispars	scattered (adj) 
disparsendisk	scattered disk   
dispensarium	free clinic
dispeulver	pulverize (vtr) 
displaise	unplease
displehc	unwind, unroll (vtr)
disponibilitat	availability   
disposable	disposable (ex: product)
disposen	arrange, lay out (vtr)
dispositif	dispositif (sb) (judgement)
disprehp	to disappear (to go away, to get off sight)
dispute	dispute (sb & vint) 
disqualifie	to disqualify (vtr)   
disradh	X ad Y = to advise Y against X 
disseddel	throw out of saddle ( vtr ) 
disseg	to dissect   
dissension	dissension (sb) 
dissociative identitatsdisaurdhen	dissociative identity disorder   
dissolut	dissolute (adj)
dissonance	dissonance   
dissquam	to peel (vint; ex: paint) 
dissuad	to dissuade   
disswohd	obsolescence (sb) 
distance	distance   
distance se ud	to distance oneself/break away from   
distance-control	remote-control 
distar	to stare wide-eyed 
distaragh	to elude, to disconcert 
distehng	fade (vtr) 
distille	distillate (vtr) 
distinction	distinction (sb) 
distord	distort (vtr)
distord (concurrence)	to distort (competition)   
distrans	distrans (sb) 
distreus	distrust (vtr)
district	district (sb) 
distrust motion	motion of no-confidence
distule	unbalance (vtr)
disvolg	to turn away (vint) 
disvolv	unfold (vint) 
disvolveih	unfold (vtr)
disvragh	to clear (vegetation)
diswarp	vacate (vtr) 
diswaurg	scatter (vint) 
diswayzd	to unweed (vtr)   
diswehrt	divert (vtr) 
diswein	ud = to fall out with (someone)
disxubh	scrap (sb)
dithyramb	dithyramb   
ditil	infant (baby, sb) 
ditilcorbh	Moses basket (sb) 
dito	ditto, do   
diu	long time (adv) 
diumenn	rudder, tiller ( sb) 
diuper	long ago 
diuretic	diuretic   
diuspehc	hatching the eye (vtr ) 
diutis	glow (sb) 
diuturn	long-lasting
div	god (sb) 
Div act via mysteirs	God works in mysterious ways 
divers	diverse ( adj ) 
divgven	deicide (the person)   
divgvon	deicide (the action)   
divid	( divìd ) = divide (vtr) 
dividende	dividende
divin	divine (adj)
divination	divination (sb) 
divitat	divinity (sb) 
divite	inkpot (sb) 
divorce	divorce (sb & vint) 
divulgation	divulgation (sb)
diwan	Meeting Room, Council Chamber 
Diwbat	Highness (sb) (honorific address) 
diweid	+ acc = oppose (vtr) 
diya	ransom (sb) 
Djibouti	Djibouti
djogan	flag-bearer (sb) 
dlas	to crumple ub, to crease 
dleh	to be flourishing   
DNA	DNA (sb ) 
Dniepr	Dnepr ( npr ) 
do	(in)to 
do aykw	level with 
do reviden	Goodbye! 
doan	Customs ( splu) 
dobi	launderer (sb) 
doc	teach ( vtr ) 
docent	docent (sb)
docil	docile   
dock	dock ( sb) 
docker	stevedore, longshoreman, dockworker   
doctor	doctor (sb) 
doctrine	doctrine (sb) 
document	document (sb)
documentar film	documentary movie (sb) 
dogan	sparrow hawk (sb ) 
doge	doge   
dogh	mastiff
dogma	dogma
dohbh	past tense of “dehbh” 
dohbrest	best, most convenient (adj) 
dohbro	good, convenient (adj) 
dohbro vehsmen naudhen	appropriate clothing must be worn 
dohk	past tense of “dehk” 
dohl	past tense of “dehl” 
dohlg	duty (sb); past tense of “dehlg” 
dohlv	past tense of “dehlv” 
dohm	past tense of “dehm” 
dohn	past tense of “dehn” 
dohnk	past tense of “dehnk” 
dohnkel	past tense of “dehnkel” 
dohr	past tense of “dehr” 
dohrbh	past tense of “dehrbh” 
dohrj	past tense of “dehrj” 
doigh	dough ( sb) 
doighen	figurine (sf ) 
doighmudra	rolling pin   
doighos	laterie mud wall ( sb) 
doighya	kneading-trough   
doighya	mess (sm ) 
doik	toe ( sm ) 
doina	ballad ( sf ) (song ) 
dol	willful misrepresentation (sb) 
doler	cunning ( adj ) ( pejorative) 
dolina	doline (sinkhole)   
dollar	dollar (sb) 
dolman	dolman (sb) 
dom	house (sb) 
dombehnd	house arrest 
domeih	tame (vtr ) 
Domenica	Dominica (Commonwealth in the West Indies, npr) 
domestia	household (sb) (husband and wife) 
domestic	domestic ( when referring to animals, plants; adj) 
domestique	domesticate (vtr ) 
domicile	domicile ( sb ) 
domin	field, domain (sb) 
dominant position	dominant position
dominant xeimen	dominant estate    
domination	domination (sb) 
domine	dominate (vtr)   
Dominican Respublic	Dominican Republic (npr) 
domino	domino
Domitian	Domitian   
domkrakht	lifting jack (sb) 
don	gift, act of giving
Don Quijote	Don Quixote (npr) 
donation	donation (sb) 
dong	stormy, turbulent (adj) 
dongwa	fairy tale (sb)
donk	bits ( sm ) 
dopamine	dopamine   
dope	to dope (vtr)   
doppelganger	look-alike   
dorak	cuirass (sb) 
dord	dregs (fig., sb) 
dorev	farm buildings (splu) 
dorevia	cultivated fields ( splu) 
dorghi	county town (sb) 
dorgv	dear, expensive (adj) 
doric	Doric
dorkw	dinner; id Senst Dorkwo = the Last Supper
dormant	dormant (adj) 
dormitorium	dormitory (sb) 
doronic	doronicum (sb) 
doru	bear spear (sb) 
dorver	farmer, peasant (sb) 
dorwey	Dorian
dos	two (cards) 
dosage	dosage   
dospeic	to thin, to taper (vtr) 
dospeicer	pencil-sharpener   
dossier	file (sb) (collection) 
dosteigh	to reach (by climbing)
dostkan	tankard ( sb) 
Dostoyevskiy	Dostoyevsky (npr) 
dostrig	past tense of “dostrineg” 
dostrineg	execute (vtr; a penalty, a subpoena) 
Dottor Balanzone	il Dottore   
doublage	dubbing (sb)
doublager	voice actor   
double	double (adj) 
double mant	double chin   
doublet	doublet   
doula	doula, birth companion, birth coach, post-birth supporter   
dout	mulberry (sb; precious wood) 
douzen	dozen (sb) 
dow	smallpox ( sf ) 
downgji	mutual aid 
Downgjien	Far East ( npr ) 
downgmayk	artery (sf ) 
drab	(sing) = stairs ( splu) 
drabplor	level, landing of stairs ( sb) 
drabzan	banister (sb) 
drachme	drachma (sb) 
drafsu	brave, bold (adj ) 
draft	draft ( sb) 
dragant	tragacanth astragalus (sb)
dragee	sugared almond 
dragon	dragon (sb) 
dragonmuk	common snapdragon (sb) 
drags	(splu) = grape marc (sing) 
drah	run (vint) 
drahsa	running, current (sb) 
drahski	cross-country skiing (sb) 
drain	drain (sb & vtr) 
drainage	drainage
drakhst	yeast (sb) 
dramaturg	playwright
drame	drama (sb) 
drangcarr	wheelbarrow (sb) 
drangh	lever (sb) 
drap	wrap (vtr); drape (sb) 
drap 	to drape   (ka verb)
draperie	drapery   
drastic	drastic
draubh	to crush into ruin (vtr) 
draug	brawl (sb) 
draukht	to be on (military) duty 
drauting	warlord, warchief (sb) 
dravida	Dravidian
drayl	trail (sb) 
dreb	past tense of “dremeb” 
dredlock	dreadlock, loc, dread   
dregh	tenacious (adj) 
drehb	to feed, fuel (vtr) 
drehd	confront (vtr) 
drehm	dream (sb & vtr) (while sleeping) 
drehn	to drone 
drehnk	to drink (alcohol); alcoholic beverage
drehnkeina	drinking establishment
drehnknik	drunkard (sb) 
dreibh	to carry along   
dreibh	drive   (psycho)
dreiv	to drift  (by the stream) 
dremeb	broaden out (vint) 
dresk	fragment ( sb) 
dressuar	(old) credence (sb) 
dreu	wood (sb) (matter) 
dreubukin	woodwind (music)
dreugh	deceive (vtr) 
dreughkassam	perjury (sb) 
dreughlogos	patter (sb) 
dreunol	vegetable oil ( sb) 
dreup	crumble ( vpr / vtr ) 
dreupel	to be dripping 
dreupelirrigation	drip irrigation   
dreupic	crumbly (adj)
dreuvehrm	woodworm   
dreydel	teetotum (sb) 
dribble	dribble   
driep	past tense of “drap” 
drieubh	past tense of “draubh” 
drieukht	past tense of “draukht” 
drigh	hair (a single one; sb ) 
drill	drill (military; sb ) 
drip painting	drip painting (sb)   
driug	comrade (sb) (brother of arms) 
driv	past tense of “dreiv” 
drivdreu	driftwood 
droben	pond of pigs 
drogh	drug (sb) 
droghentrafiquer	drug-trafficker   
droghenveneg	illegal drug trader
drohb	past tense of “drehb” 
drohd	past tense of “drehd” 
drohm	past tense of “drehm” 
drohn	drone (sb ) ( sound); past tense of “drehn” 
drohnk	past tense of "drehnk"
droid	(an)droid (sb) 
drom	track, runway 
drone	artificial drone
drossat	cold and dry (adj) 
drouse	Druze (sb, adj) 
dru	tree (sb) 
druck	print (vtr) 
druckerie	printing (sb)   
drucktype	movable type (printing)   
drucron	crown (botany)   
drud	(adj) = trusted 
druet	stump (sb) (of tree ) 
drufarn	tree fern (sb) 
drug	tub, bucket (sb) 
drugh	past tense of “dreugh” 
drughav	deceitful ( adj ) 
drugrance	treeline (sf) 
druh	to jump (copulate, vtr !)   
druid	druid (sb) 
drukh	spirit ( sb) ( ghost ) 
druligne	treeline (sf) 
druna	current, stream, course (sb); in id druna os = in the course of 
drungin	detachment (military; sb) 
drup	past tense of “dreup” 
drupel	past tense of “drupel” 
druseg	logger ( sm ) 
druv	true (adj) 
druve	truth, reality (sb) 
druve-ye	really (adv) 
Dryade	Dryad (sb)
dschitiam	venue (for shows; sb) 
du	to dress 
Dubay	Dubai (npr) 
dubel	lug stud (sb) 
dubieus	doubtful (adj) 
dubil	wedge (sb) 
dubro	cesspool (sb) 
duc	lead (vtr); leader, guide (sb) 
ducat	ducat (sb)
duccins	official cash rate
ducer	device driver
dudka	trachea (sb) 
due	due to (prep) 
duel	duel (sb) 
dugter	daughter (sb) 
Dugter Deiwios	Daughter of Heaven  
duil	dust (sb) 
duilseug	vacuum cleaner, sweeper, hoover   
duivar	defensive wall
dukan	shop, business (sb) 
dukanamlak	commercial assets   
dukandar	shopkeeper (sb) 
dulal	commission (sb) (purchase , percentage ) 
dulap	cupboard (sb) 
dulcimer	(hammered) dulcimer (sb) 
dulg	debt ( sb); past tense of “deulg” 
dum	smoke   
dum	smoke (sb); past tense of “deum” 
duman	peasouper ( sb) (fig ) 
dumos	mood ( sb ) ( spirit ) 
dun	fortified enclosure (sb ) 
dune	dune (sb) 
Dunekyrk	Dunkirk
Dunia	the World (npr) 
dunjon	dungeon (sb) 
dunos	rope, tether (sb) 
duo	duo, duet (ex: …sehngve in duo = …sing in duo)   
duodemimami	Twelver (Islam Shia)
dupe	dupe (vtr)
duplicat	duplicate (sb) 
duplicitat	duplicity   
durable	lasting (adj) 
durbin	(sing) = binoculars (splu) 
dure	last (vint) 
duren	duration (sb) 
durgh	past tense of « deurgh » 
durmesgos	open mesh
durra	sorghum bicolor (sb) 
durs	past tense of « deurs » 
dusag	mislead ( vtr ) 
dusasc	to be giddy 
dusbohr	insufferable (adj ) 
dusch	shower (in bathroom; sb ) 
duschman	foe ( sb) 
dusdaunteihsa	dysthanasia   
dusdecos	disgrace, opprobrium (sb) 
dusdehn	deprived, underprivileged (poor)   
dusdin	bad weather (sb) 
dusdrehbia	dystrophy   
dusdreibh	to spin (car; vint)
duse	nozzle (sb)
duseih	to make dizzy
dusel	past tense of “deusel” 
dusfider	unfaithful, infidel (adj., sb) (religion) 
dusformen	/dusformet = deformed
dusic	dizzy
duskweiter	filthy (adj) 
duskwol	whimsical, weird
dusmenos	ill-disposed 
dusmuamale	abuse ( splu ) 
dusodor	smelly ( adj) 
dusokw	bad faced, sour faced grump   
duspineg	scribble ( vtr ) 
dusprabh	insensitive (adj ) 
dusprimav	inhospitable ( adj ) 
dusrig	chilly ( adj) 
dussaun	unhealthy (adj ) 
dust	comrade (sb ) 
dustraite	abuse ( vtr ) 
dusyo	outcast (adj , sb) 
duxit	(he/she/it) led 
duys	past tense of “deuys” 
dvan	bread ( sb) 
dvancaise	weasel (sb) ( kenning ) 
dvehn	to clap (vint; noise) 
dverap	stem (vtr ) 
dverwen	harness (vtr ) 
dvestu	pulicaria vulgaris (sb) 
dvestura	datura (sb) 
dvohn	past tense of « dvohn » 
dvon	clap (big noise ; sb) 
dwaj	flutter (vint) 
dwal	in panic (adj ) 
dwaschaw	many ( sf ) 
dwaykhau	conflagration (sm) 
dweitsker	chirp, twitter (vint) 
dwer	door ( sb ) 
dwerbehnd	to shut in, to lock up 
dwergh	dwarf (adj. & sb) 
dwicap	twi-headed
dwidel	half (sb)
dwident	hoe (for garden; sb) 
dwidromstrad	dual carriageway (sb)
dwiej	past tense of “dwaj” 
dwigh	past tense of "dwinegh"
dwigham	polygamic (adj & sb)
dwighamia	polygamy
dwighesoreins	two-handed sword (sb) 
dwight	(& dwighen) = pinched (adj) (air); past tense of “dwinegh” 
dwilict	bunk bed (two beds)   
dwin	twin ( sb , adj) ( 2 ) 
dwinaygw	to own in common with one's neighbour 
dwinegh	( semject ad semanghen ) = force (vtr), force open (vtr); dwinegh se = to break through
dwinegh se	to impose upon (ex: obligation)   
dwineghjaquet	straitjacket   
dwinghyehbh	rape (sb & vtr) 
dwipod	biped (sb, adj) 
dwisdasch	en (typography)   
dwitsker	twitter (sb); past tense of “dweitsker” 
dwo	two ( pronoun ) 
dwodemton technique	twelve-ton technique   
dwogimtia	a score (20; sb) 
dwoi	doubt (sb & vint) 
dwokjwen	whip-poor-will (sb ) 
dwomotor	twin-engine aircraft (adj , sb) 
dwor	gate (sb) 
dworis	outdoors (adv) 
dworis-alen kierk	free-range chicken   
dworishoge	air draft (vessel)
dworisraudh	aerial root   
dwot	second (adj) 
dwoter	second (adj) (of 2) 
Dwoternomos	Deuteronomy (npr) 
dyehg	+ acc. = ignite 
dyehgw	stab (vtr) 
dyehrc	glimpse, see (vtr) 
dyei	to behold, worship (vtr)
dyeia	beholding, contemplation
dyein	worship (vtr) 
Dyew	Zeus   (Kay addihes tod maynen do "Dyew")
Dyew	Supreme God, Skygod 
dyi	past tense of "dyei"
dyin	religious practice, faith (sb); past tense of “dyein”, past participle of "dyei"
dyindar	worshiper (sb) 
dyinst	(religious) service (sb)
dynamic	dynamic (adj)
dynamite	dynamite (sb) 
dynamo	dynamo (sb) 
dyohg	past tense of “dyehg” 
dyohgw	past tense of “dyehgw” 
dyohrc	past tense of “dyehrc” 
dysenterie	dysentery (sb) 
dysphoria	dysphoria   
dyuv	trip
eak	vicious ( adj ) 
eakia	vice (vicious; adj)
eau de vie	eau de vie (sb) 
eau-de-cologne	eau de Cologne   
ebb	ebb, low tide 
ebbschiau	ebb tide
ebi	(sing) = dried shrimps 
ebon	ebony (sb) 
eboniste	cabinetmaker (sb) 
ebonisterie	woodworking, cabinet-making
echee	to fall to (law) 
echelon	echelon (sb) 
Echidna	Echinda   
echo	echo (sb) 
eclat	commotion (ex
eclectisme	eclectism (sb) 
eclipse	eclipse
ecologia	ecology
ecologic niche	ecological niche   
economaniak	skimping on everything (adj) 
economia	economics   
economic cycle	business cycle   
economiste	economist (sb)
ecosysteme	ecosystem (sb) 
ecran	screen (sb) 
ecrandecor	wallpaper (computer)
ecransparer	screensaver
ectoplasma	ectoplasm (sb) 
Ecuador	Ecuador (npr) 
ecuadoran	ecuadorian (adj & sb) 
ecumenisme	Ecumenism (sb ) 
ed	and 
ed-alamat	ampersand   
edam	edam (cheese; sb) 
edd	eat ( vtr ) 
eddiun	half-starved (adj) 
eddmen	meal ( sb) 
eddtid	meal-time (sb) 
edeih	to publish (as a publisher, vtr)
edel	nagging (adj) 
edifice	building, edifice (sb) 
edifie	build, edify (vtr) 
Edinburg	Edinburgh (npr) 
edont	fang ( sb) 
education	education (sb) 
edwoln	pain (disease)   
eent	(they) were (durative past tense) 
eet	(he/she/it) was (durative past tense) 
effec	to result in 
effect	effect (sb) 
effective	effective (adj)
effeminat	effeminate (adj) 
effervescence	excitement (sb) 
efficace	efficace   
efficacia	efficacy   
efficient	efficient   
efficient	efficient
effigie	effigy (sb) 
effort	effort   
effrenat	frenetic, unchained (adj) 
effronterie	insolence   
effusion	effusion (sb) 
eflatun	magenta (adj) 
egal	equal
egalasc	+ dative = match (vtr) 
egalisation payghen	equalization payment
egalt	rattle (toy; sb) 
eger	assuming that 
eghel	fir ( sm ) 
egher	inland sea ( sb) 
eghi	hedgehog ( sm ) 
eghin	mongoose (sf ) 
ego	I (stressed personal pronoun; nominative) 
egocentric	egocentric, self-centred
egoiste	selfish ( adj , sb) 
egreck	sheep pen (sm) 
egregore	egregore, egregor   
egris	gooseberry 
egyptologia	egyptology
ehgv	get drunk (vint) 
ehngw	anoint (vtr) 
ei	to him, to it; to the (dative singular masculine & neutral) 
eiber	tusk (sb) 
eid	provided that
eiderdaun	eiderdown (of eider feathers) 
eih	go (vint) 
eins	sword ( sb) 
eins-ed-cappa	swashbuckling   (jor)
einsfassol	gotani bean, jack bean, jackbean, swordbean   
Eirean	Irish ( sb, adj) 
eiskw	to seek, to intend, to want (vtr) 
eiskwmen	deliberate (adj ) 
eiv	yew (sb) 
ejacule	to ejaculate   
ek	harrow (sf ) 
ekara	glide (sb) 
ekw	horse ( sb) 
ekwenagen	horserace (sb) 
ekwenerce	horsepower (750 watt) 
ekwin	equine
ekwo	male horse
ekwomandu	horse breeder ( sb ) 
ekwot	mounted (on horse) (adj) 
el	he/she/it; the (personal pronoun & definite article undetermined singular nominative & accusative)
El Gisa	Giza ( npr ) 
El Kahira	Cairo ( npr ) 
El Kayda	Al- Qaeda 
El Salvador	El Salvador
ela	darning needle (sb) 
elaborationsbureau	design office   
elabore	elaborate (vtr.)   
elan	run-up, momentum, surge (sb) 
elangver	alert, brisk, lively (adj) 
elastomer	elastomer
Elbrus	Elbrus (npr) 
Elea	Velia
eleate	eleatic   
elect	elected (politics); the One (Matrix) 
electorat	voters (splu) 
electric arc	electric arc
electric capacitat	electric capacity (sb) 
electric kwisk	mixer (cooking)   
electric lantern	flashlight (sb ) 
electric nibrehg	electrical breakdown 
electrician	electrician   
electricitat	electricity (sb) 
electrise	to electrify (vtr; incl. "to excite")
electrocardiogramme	electrocardiogram
electrode	electrode
electroencephalographia	electroencephalogram (sb) 
electromaut	electronic toll collection   
electromot force	electromotive force (sb) 
electronentube	vacuum tube, electron tube (USA), thermionic valve (BR)   
electronic monete	electronic cash
electronique	electronics (sb)
electrostatique	electrostatics   
eleg	[elEg] = elect (vtr) 
elegia	elegy (sb) 
eleih	bend ( vtr ) 
elein	elk, moose (sb) 
eleinwobhel	stag beetle
Elektra	Electra (npr) 
elembh	fawn (animal, sb)
element	element (sb) 
elephant	elephant (sb)
eleun	juniper (sb) 
Eleusis	Eleusis (npr) 
Elias	Elijah
elimine	to eliminate 
Elisabeth os England	Elizabeth of England (npr) 
elkos	ulcer (sb) 
ellipse	ellipsis
elliptic	elliptic (adj) 
eln	(animal's) child (sb) 
Elsaisser	Alsatian (sb)
elsaissisch	Alsatian (adj.)
Elsas	Alsace
elu	dull red (adj) 
elucide	elucidate (vtr)
em	take (vtr; fig. ex: the train, a pill...); of (before undetermined plural noun; prep)
emaciat	emaciated (adj) 
emancipation	emancipation
Emanuel	Emanuel
emascule	emasculate   
emayl	enamel (glass)
emballage	packaging (sb) 
embalsem	embalm (vtr) 
embarasse	embarrassment ( sb) 
embarasse ob alyanghen	secondhand embarrassment, vicarious embarrassment, empathetic embarrassment   
embaudh	to embed 
embeusk	+ acc. = to ambush 
emblematic	emblematic (adj) 
embleme	emblem ( sb) 
embonpoint	embonpoint (sb) 
emborb	to stick in the mud
embraned	to set ablaze (vtr) 
embras	past participle and past tense of “embraned” 
embryo	embryo (sb) 
embryonal stammcell	embryonic stem cell   
embryonal stammcell	embryonic stem cell
embusk	ambush (sb) 
emel	(clothes) moth (sb) 
emerg	to emerge
emergencia	(sing) = emergencies (medical, splu) 
emergent mercats	emerging markets
emigrant	emigrant (sb) 
eminence	knoll (sb) 
eminent	eminent (adj) 
emitt	to emit (vtr) 
emolument	emolument   
emov	to make one moved, thrill (! vtr., it's related to "emotion")   
empat	tie, draw (vtr., vintr., like in "Neither team scored and the match ended in a draw")   
empathia	empathy
empedise	clutter, hamper (vtr) 
Empedokles	Empedocles   
empel	strand (sb) (of thread) 
emphyteuse	emphyteutic lease (sb) 
emphyteutic	emphyteutic (adj ) 
empi	stinging insect (sb) 
empirisme	empiricism (sb) 
employ	employment ( sb) (work ) 
empor	warehouse ( sb; to store goods) 
emporbater	packer (sb) 
emporion	wabig store (sb) 
empraxise	to put into practice ( vtr ) 
empug	past tense of “empuneg” 
empuneg	grab (vtr ) 
empusa	conehead mantis (sb) 
empyr	empyrean (sb)
emsit	(he/she/it) took (fig; past tense) 
emu	emu
emulator	emulator
emule	emulate   
en	+ acc. = here is/are 
en route	en route (adv) 
enbrehgen	burglary (sb ) 
encasse	collect, cash (vtr ) 
encephalitis	encephalitis (sb) 
enchante	enchant, spellbind (vtr) (magic) 
enclave	enclave
encontaneg	to bring into contact   
encouragement	encouragement
encramp	to cramp, restrict ( vtr ) 
encyclic	encyclical   
encyclopedia	encyclopaedia   
encyclopedia	encyclopedia   
end	end (sb & vtr/int ) 
endeigh	dyke up (vtr) 
endem	worst (adv.)   (superlative os dus-; adv.)
endemeur	to enjoin, order (someone) ( vtr ) 
endemic	endemic   
ender	beneath, underneath
enderbosc	underbrush (sb) 
enderbrinegh	to give shelter to
Enderbund	Kingdom of he Dead   
enderdasch	underscore, underline, underbar, low line, low dash   
enderdeh	subordinate (vtr) (someone) 
enderdeil	spare part (sb); to compartmentalize (vtr) 
enderdien	at the bottom (adv. ex . mine ) 
enderghend	to undertake
enderghom	subsoil (sb) (geology ) 
enderghombehnden	geological sequestration   (carbondioxide)
enderghomwedernt	phreatic water table (sb) 
endergrund	underground (adj); basement ( sb ) (building) 
endergumt	refuge, lodging ( sb ) 
endergwehm	to take refuge (vint) 
enderkeih	to underpin/underlie (be the basis of)   
enderkeih	underlie (vtr)
enderkweit	distinguish, make out (vtr)
enderlyehgend	underlying   
endermerg	[endërmErg] = disappear (vtr) (Fig. into the crowd) 
endermine	undermine (vtr) 
endermund	underworld (sb) 
enderplan	to calculate (to plan)   
enderplanisk	calculating (not sincere)   
enderrissem	(drawing) sketch (sb) 
endersedd	ghom = to huddle up (vint) 
endersigne	undersign (vtr)
endersok	auscultate (vtr) 
endertrehm	to tremble, to shake slightly 
enderwander	to infiltrate (as a spy)   (vtr)
endighom	to inter (vtr)
endo	towards to the interior of (prep)
endocrin disruptor	endocrine disruptor   
endocrin systeme	endocrine system (sb) 
endogham	endogamous   
endoscopia	endoscopy
endra	(splu) = Netherworld (sing) 
endu	(endù) = to dress, to wear on, to take on, to endow (vtr) 
endurance	endurance (adj) 
endure	endure, bear (vtr) 
eneb	hub (sb) 
enebghir	hub gear   
ener	(t)here it is that...
energetic	energy, energy-giving (adj.)
energic	spirited, forceful, energetic   
enfall	to come to mind (idea = nom.; person = dative) 
enfeurn	to put into an oven 
enflamme	set fire to   
engage	to engage 
engagement	engagement, committment
engarde !	on guard ! 
engarg	frighten (vtr ) 
engharth	enshrine ( vtr ) 
engheulf	rush ( vint ) 
enghistra	fishing line (sb) 
England	England ( npr ) 
englisch	English (sb & adj ) 
englisch horn	english horn (sb) 
engrenage	chain (fig., involvement; sb) 
engu	swelling (sb ) 
engwen	groin ( sb )
engweu	to puff up (vint)
engwn	along (prep) 
engwuhen	to bloat (vtr)
enhang	hang up ( vtr ) (phone ) 
eni	within   
eni	within (adv & prep) 
eniaserng	consanguine   
enigma	enigma (sb) 
enigmatica	puzzle, brain teaser (sb) 
enkorm	to torture (to death)   
enkrew	ingrow (vintr., ex: nail)   
enleuc	to shed light on
enleur	to engage a mechanism (vtr) 
enliste	in = enlist in (vint) 
enmagh	empower   
enmercatnotes	release notes (computing)
Enoch	Enoch (npr) 
enod	here is that + sentence
enokw	face (sb) 
enorm	enormous, huge (adj)
Enosh	Enosh (npr) 
enover	to implement 
enpace	peaceful, quiet (adj ) 
enpairasc con	to mate (a partner)   
enquete	survey, inquiry (sb) 
ensan	human being, human person (sb) 
ensand	silt up (vtr.)   
ensanden	silting up (sb.)   
enschalt	to switch on (vtr)
enscol	to provide with schooling (vtr)
ensein	war cry (sb) 
ensemble	ensemble (sb) 
ensilage	ensilage   
ensmed	this/that is how...
ensorb	sniff (vtr ) 
ensrov	plug in (vtr) 
enstichen	versification   
ensuite	en suite   
entablement	entablature (sb) 
entente	entente
enthusiast	enthusiastic (adj) 
enthusiaste	enthusiastic   
entitat	entity ( sb) 
entonar	strike up ( vtr ) (song ) 
entorgue	market (vtr) 
entourage	entourage   (ex: noble)
entracte	intervall (during a show; sb) 
entrat	entrance (sb) 
entre	to enter 
entrecote	entrecôte
entree	first course, starter (meal) 
entrepreneur	entrepreneur
entrepreneurial	entrepreneurial
entreprined	undertake (vtr) 
entreprise	enterprise (sb) 
entresol	cupboard under the stairs (sb) 
entretein	to entertain (vtr)
entrim	in the meantime (adv); I entered 
entropia	entropy
enunce	to express (ex: an idea; vtr) 
enviable	enviable   
envie	envy (sb) 
envoyeit	envoyee
enwehrg	to enable (a system)   
enwoghle	annoy, pester (vtr) 
enzyme	enzyme (sb) 
eolipile	aeolipile, aeolipyle, eolipile   
ep	on (can turn to “ef” before “h') 
ep id grem	on one's knees 
ep sien roig	in one's turn 
ep un (argwrnten) tepji	serve … on a plate, be handed … on a silver platter (fig.)   
epagneul	spaniel (sb) 
epaulette	epaulette ( sb) 
epbenknerce	bench press (weight training)   
epheb	ephebos (sb) 
ephemer	ephemeral (adj) 
Ephesos	Ephesus
ephor	ephor
Ephraym	Ephraim (npr) 
epic	epic ( adj) 
Epidavros	Epidaurus ( npr ) 
epidemia	epidemic (sb) 
epidermis	epidermis   
epigenese	epigenesis   
epigramme	epigram   
epigramme	epigram (sb) 
Epiktet	Epictetus
epikwrey	epicurean
Epikwros	Epicurus (npr) 
epilation	depilation (sb) 
epilepsie	epilepsy   
epilogos	epilogue   
epiphania	epiphany   
Epirus	Epirus
Episcopat	bishopric (sb) 
episkep	bishop ( sb) 
epistel	epistle (sb) 
epistemologia	epistemology   
epitaph	epitaph (sb) 
epithete	epithet   
epitrakhile	stole ( sb) 
epizootia	epizootic (sb)
epkeih	to surmount, to top 
epoin	evening (gathering; sb) 
eponym	eponym   
epop	hoopoe (sb) 
epos	epic ( sb ) 
eptemmen	start ( vtr ) 
epter	just over (ex: clothes; prep ) 
eptercuit	foreskin, prepuce   
epterroll	to run over (with a vehicle, vtr) 
epterwehgh	to run over (with a vehicle, vtr)
equation	equation
equator	equator (sb) 
equiliber	balance (sb); to equilibrate (vtr) 
equilibristique	equilibristics
equinoxe	equinox; equinoxen precession = axial precession
equipement	equipment (sb) 
equivalent	equivalent, tantamount (adj & sb) 
er	past tense of “erem” 
Er is Pamphyl	Er of Pamphylia   
Era iom Aunstehgens	Age of Discovery 
Erasmus	Erasmus (npr)
Eratosthenes	Eratosthenes   
Ercolano	Ercalano, Herculaneum 
ereb	deer (in general; sb) 
erem	to row 
ereudh	blush, turn red (vtr/vint) (subject = person) 
ereudhmen	acne rosacea (sb) (on skin) 
ereug	belch (vtr) 
ereup	erupt (vint)
ergh	to get (someone) wound up
ergv	pea (sb) 
eribh	kid (goat, sb) 
Erik is Rudh	Erik the Red (npr) 
Erin	Ireland (npr) 
Eris	Eris (mythology)   
eristique	eristic (sb)
erk	tick (acarian, sb) 
erkw	to be radiant 
erm	oar (sb) 
ermitage	hermitage (sb)
ermite	hermit (sb) 
ernu	tournament, competition (sb) 
erod	to erode (vtr)   
eroud	colored (adj) (face) 
eroudh	ruddy (adj) 
erre	err; deviate, wander (vint) 
error	error (sb) 
ersen	male (adj, sb; especially when referring to animals) 
erter	rower (sb) 
erudition	erudition (sb) 
erule	hérulo
ervisk	ervian (Dragon Warrriors; adj) 
erysipel	erysipelas (sb) 
erythrocyte	red blood cell (sb) 
es	(thou) art, (you) are; of (undetermined singular genitif) 
esber	by heart 
escalade	climb (fig. vint) 
escalation	escalation
escapade	escapade, lark (sb) 
eschatologia	eschatology   
escorte	escort (sb) 
escorte pieg	call girl, female escort   
escorte pwarn	call boy, male escort   
esdi	even if 
esen	been 
esiet	(he/she/it) would be 
esmer	olive greenish, sallow 
esnaf	corporate ( adj ), member of a corporation (sb) 
esont	past (adj; = not to happen again)
esor	wife (sb)
esorgven	uxoricide (the person)   
esorgvon	uxoricide (the action)   
esoteric	esoteric   
esoterisme	esoterism 
espalier	espalier (sb) 
Espania	Spain (npr) 
espaniol	Spanish, Spaniard; espaniol baut = half-boot 
esplanade	esplanade (sb) 
essai	essay (sb) 
essaiyiste	essayist   
essence	essence (merit)   
essential	essential (adj) 
est	is; been 
esta	until 
establishment	establishment (pej.)   
ester	sturgeon (sb) 
esthetic	aesthetical (adj) 
estime	estimate ( vtr ) 
estocade	mortal impalement (with a weapon; sb) 
etage	storey, floor   
etage	floor (of building; sb) 
etape	stage, stopover point (sb) 
etat	budget ( sb) 
etatisme	state control, statism   
eten	kernel (sb) 
etenfamilia	nuclear family   
Eteocles	Eteocles (npr) 
ethanol	ethanol
ether	ether (sb) 
etheric	ethereal (adj) 
ethique	ethics
ethnic puwen	ethnic cleansing (fig.)
ethnocentric	ethnocentric   
ethologia	ethology   
eti	moreover (adv) 
etiandem	embellishment (sb) 
etibehd	to go up (bid)
eticrehsc	to increase further (a price)
etikmehen	burnout   (n. & vtr)
etileikw	to be left (rest; vint)
etilogia	etiology
etiloikwa	(plu.) = remains, relics, remnants 
etimleu	to go further (in a dialogue)
etiquette	etiquette (protocol; sb) 
etiquettire	to label (people)   
etiwastue	to overurbanize   
etiweiken	overpopulation (sb) 
etiwirt	surplus value   
Etruria	Etruria (npr) 
Etrusk	Etruscan (adj , sb ) 
etster	ester (sb) 
etude	étude (art; sb) 
euanghelio	Gospel ( sb) 
euc	learn (vtr ) 
eucalyptus	eucalyptus (sb) 
eucharistie	eucharist 
Euclid	Euclid (npr) 
euclidei	Euclidean   
Eudoxos	Eudox   
Euhemer	Evhemerus ( npr ) 
eul	hoot, ululate (vint) 
eulg	fade, wilt (vint) 
Eumayos	Eumaeus   
eunuch	eunuch (sb) 
euphemisme	euphemism   
euphonium	euphonium 
euphoria	euphoria   
eurehp	set ( vint) (celestial bodies) 
Euripides	Euripides ( npr ) 
eurng	grumble ( vtr ) 
Europa	Europa (mythology ; sb) 
europay	European (adj & sb) 
Europay integration	European integration   
Europe	Europe (continent, npr) 
eurp	to mend (vtr) 
Eurydike	Eurydice ( npr ) 
Eurystheus	Eurystheus 
Eusebius os Caesarea	Eusebius   
Euskadi	Pays Basque
euskal	Basque
eust	East   
eust	east (sb) 
evacuation	evacuation ( sb) 
evacue	to evacuate (vtr) 
evangelical	evangelical ( Christian movement ) (adj ) 
Eve	Eve ( npr ) 
eventual	possible (adj) 
evidence	evidence (sb) 
evident	obvious, evident 
evolv	evolve
evoque	evoke (vtr)
Evvia	Euboea
ewo	grandfather (sb) 
ex	out of (prep) 
exacerbe	exacerbate (vtr)
exact	exact (adj) 
exactitude	exactness   
exagere	exaggerate (vtr)
exaltation	exaltation (sb) 
exalte	exalte (vtr) 
examen	review, examination (sb) 
examine	examinate (vtr) 
exasperat	exasperated (adj) 
exaulice	motorway exit (sb)
exbehr	utter (vtr)
excavation	excavation (sb) 
excedd	exceed (vtr.)   
exceddent	surplus (adj. & sb)
excellent (adj)	excellent 
excentric	fanciful, eccentric (adj ) 
exchange	exchange (sb & vtr) 
excitation	excitation
excite	excite (vtr) 
exclame	to exclaim 
exclarat	enlightened (adj. fig., mind)
exclihen	dodge (vtr) 
exclusive	exclusive   
excommunie	excommunicate (vtr)
excrehscence	outgrowth (sb) 
excursion	tour (visit; sb) 
excuse	excuse (sb & vtr) 
exdehsa	exposure (ritual abandonment of a child; sb) 
exdighom	to unearth (vtr)
execrable	execrable (adj)
execut	to execute 
exempel	example (sb) 
exemplar	exemplary (adj); copy, example (sb)
exerce	to exercise (vtr)
exercice	exercise (sb) 
exgheu	to give vent to
exgleih	to laugh in the face of (+ acc.)
exgventer	rip (vtr) 
exhalation	exhalation (sb) 
exhale	exhale (vtr) 
exhaus	to dry up (vtr)
exhaust	(& exhausen) = exhausted ( adj) 
exhaustive	exhaustive (adj)
exherede	disinherit (vtr.)   
exhorte	urge (vtr) 
exile	to exile (vtr)   
exile	exile (sb) 
exist	exist
existence	existence (sb) 
existencialisme	existentialism   
existential	existential   
exit	exit (sb)
exmehn	to invent (by thinking) 
exo	outside (adv) 
exobeid	to subcontract   
exobeidmen	subcontractor (sb)
exoboidos	outsourcing, subcontracting (sb)
exodus	exodus (sb) 
exomide	exomis (sb) 
exorbitant	extravagant (adj) 
exorcisme	exorcism (sb)
exoteric	exoteric   
expatriat	expatriat (sb; adj.)
expedient	expedient (sb) 
expedise	to clear, unclog, unblock (vtr)
experience	experience (sb) 
experiment	experiment (sb) 
experimente	to experiment (vtr)   
expert	expert (adj. & sb) 
expertise	survey (vtr ) 
expire	expire (vtr ) 
explicit	explicit (adj) 
explie	explain (vtr)
exploit	exploit, feat (sb) 
explorator	explorer (sb) 
expo	(exposition) = exhibition (ex: art)
expon	present tense base of « exposen » 
exponent	exponent ( sb , mathematics ) 
exposen	expose (vtr.)   (druve-ye tod werd ja exist in sambahsa, bet tik eet in id englisch dictionar)
exposen	expose ( vtr ) 
exposit	exhibit ( sb ) 
exposition	exposition
express	express (expressly; adj)
express train	express train 
expressem	to express (vtr)
expression	expression (sb ) 
exproprye	to expropriate (vtr)
exraudh	uproot, eradicate (vtr) 
exsehgn	to conceive in a daydream   
exsiccata	exsiccate (sb, plant)   
exspand	rapid expansion (sb) 
exspecte	expect (vtr) 
exspectet jumiung	life expectancy (sb) 
exsteigh	to disembark (vint) 
exstirpe	remove (vtr ) 
extase	ecstasy ( sb) 
extatic	ecstatic (adj ) 
extend	extend (vtr) 
extense	extense
exter	outside (of) 
exteradet	unusual (adj) 
exterdeil	decompartmentalize
exterdohbro	incongruous (adj) 
exterhonn	deign (vtr) 
extermeid	excessively (adv) 
exterpapiereih	to make paperless (an office)   (informatique)
exterpardon	unforgivable ( adj ) 
exterseink	to bail out   
extinctor	fire extinguisher 
exting	to extinguish 
extos	from outside 
extract	extract (sb) 
extraordinar	extraordinary (adj)
extraterran	extraterrestrial
extravagant	extravagant (adj) 
extraversion	extraversion   
extrehp	divert (vtr)
extreme	extreme 
extreme sport	radical sport   
extremiste	extremist
extro	to outside
extrodeik	to dismiss (a claim)   (diksproceddure)
extuned	to knock out (vtr)   
extuned	to knock out 
exuberant	exuberant (adj) 
exude	exude ( vtr ) 
exultation	exultation (sb) 
eyasch	offhand (adj , fig ) 
eyg	ice needle 
eys	his 
eyso	his (before masculine or neutral singular noun in nominative or accusative)
eyvan	iwan (sb) 
Ezechiel	Ezechiel (npr) 
fablieau	fabliau   
fabric	factory (sb) 
fabricant	industrialist   
fabricat	make, product (sb)
fabricature	manufacturing industry
fabule	fable (sb) 
fabuleus	fabulous (adj) 
face	to face (vtr), facing (prep.) 
facet	bevel ( sb) 
facette	facet ( sb ) 
facil	easy   
facil	easy (adj) 
facit	outcome, toll (sb) 
facsimile	facsimile   
fact	fact (sb) 
factieus	factious
faction	faction   
factor	factor (condition)   
factorie	trading post (sb) 
facture	invoice ( sb) 
facultat	faculty (university; sb) 
facultative	optional (adj)
fade	insipid, tasteless, dull (adj) 
fagot	bassoon (sb) 
faham	understand (vtr) 
fait-divers	(sing) = news stories (splu) 
fajer	daybreak (sb) 
fajita	fajita (sb) 
fakel	(flaming) torch (sb) 
fakhwehrg	timber framing (sb) 
falakhwn	sling (weapon, sb) 
falakhwner	slinger   (El soldat)
falbala	furbelow   
falg	(lying) fallow (sb) 
falk	falcon ( sb) 
fall	to fall; case (situation); judgment (of a major court) 
fallacia	fallacy   
fallacieus	fallacious (adj) 
falldaun	halyard
fallsater	guillotine's blade (sb) 
fals	false ( adj ) 
fals cognat	false cognate   
fals prophet	false prophet 
falsetto	falsetto ( sb) 
falsgleih	to laugh on the other side of one's face 
falsibilitat	falsifiability   
falskast	to money-launder 
falsmonetar	(money) forger
faltern	nettle (sb) 
falv	fawn (adj) 
fameus	famous ( adj) 
familia	family (sb) 
familia planning	family planning   
familial koimdeughen	family reunification
familiar	familiar (adj) 
famine	famine (sb) 
fanar	street lamp/light (sb) 
fanatic	fanatical   
fanatisme	fanaticism   
fanera	plywood
fanfare	brass band, fanfare
fangh	sway (control)   (ka verb : habe un fangh ep)
fania	pennant (sb) 
fanica	fanega (sb) 
fantasia	fantasy
fantasmagoria	phantasmagoria (sb)
fantasme	fantasy (sb) 
fantastic	fantastic   
fanti	jack, knave ( sb) ( card game) 
fanus	luminous commercial sign 
fanzow	navigate (vint) 
FAQ	(frequent-ye anacta questions) = FAQ
farad	farad (sb) 
faragi	full body veil (sb) 
farakhat	leisure (sb) 
farasch	sweeping shovel (sb) 
farce	prank, practical joke   Addihes tod maynen ei inpiut "farce"
farce	prank   (Kay addihes tod maynen. Kad tod ne est util pro maung bahsas, bet est important skaue quod werd neudmos kay refer ad farces qua vidmos in TV au YouTube)
farce	farce, joke (sb) 
fareb	deceit ( sb) 
farebdar	cheater (sb)   
farebie	to cheat 
farfadet	farfadet (sb)
farfalak	chatterbox (fig) (sb) 
farfar	gossipy, talkative (adj) 
farj	ravine ( sb ) 
fark	offset (difference)   
farm	farm (sb) 
farman	order (in council; sb) 
farmpact	farm (revenue leasing), tenant farming (sb)
farn	fern (sb) 
farou	exercise-book cover (sb) 
Fas	Fes (city of Morocco; npr); auspicious (adj)
fasc	beam, bundle (sb) 
fascicule	fascicle   
fascine	fascinate (vtr) 
fasciste	fasciste
fasd	bleeding (sb) 
fassade	façade ( sb) 
fassic	wanton ( adj ) 
fassih	current ( adj) ( language ) 
fassol	bean ( sb ) 
fast	fast ( sb ) 
fastidieus	tedious ( adj) 
fat	fatal destiny (sb) 
fatal	fatal (adj) 
fataliste	fatalistic (adj , sb) 
fatidic	fatal ( adj ) 
faukh	to growl (vint) 
faul	cowardly ( adj ) 
fault	foul (ex: soccer) . forfac un — = to commit a foul
fault	fault ( sb) ( failure) 
faultic	at fault ( adj ) 
faun	faun ( sb) 
fauna	wildlife (sb) 
faungmoen	+ acc. = to pay a visit to 
fauran	immediately ( adv ) 
fauric	immediate ( adj ) 
favor	favour (sb) 
favorise	to favour 
favorite	favorite (adj ) 
fawngdiaschan	   real property ( adj , sb) 
fawngdien	(electrical) discharge (sb) 
fawngtawng	debauchery (sb)  
fax	fax
fayance	faience (sb) 
faydh	quarrel ( sb & vint) 
fayer	to fire 
fayl	to fell (a tree)   (nov maynen)
fayl	mislead (vtr ) 
fayn	fine (adj ) ( elegant) 
fayront	end of working day 
fayssal	decision, adjudication; to rule (take a decision) 
fazaa	dismay (sb) 
feber	fever (sb) 
febreus	feverish ( adj ) 
febrile	febrile ( adj) 
februar	February (sb) 
fecunditat	fertility (sb) 
fedora	fedora hat (sb) 
fee	fairy (sb)
feerie	enchantment, extravanganza 
fehkht	to fence (swords) 
feig	cowardly (adj) 
fel	foil; slice (sb) 
feldmarschal	Field-Marshal ( sb) 
felicitat	bliss ( sb ) 
felid	felid (adj , sb ) 
Felikismos Annos !	Happy New Year ! 
feline	feline ( adj , sb ) 
felna	(wheel) rim ( sb ) 
felon	traitor (in feodality, sb) 
felonia	treason (in feodality, sb) 
felter	felt (sb )
feminin	feminine, female (adj) 
feminisme	feminism   
femisme	femism   
fenn	heath (terrain; sb) 
fenster	window (sb) 
Ferdowsi	Ferdowsi   
ferfac	to commit (a delict) 
Fergana	Fergana
ferian	holiday-maker (sb) 
ferias	holidays 
feriassalair	paid holiday 
fermata	fermata (music; sb)
ferment	ferment (sb) 
fermente	to ferment 
ferquid	double penalty 
ferromanganese	ferromanganese
ferrule	ferrule   
ferry	ferry (sb) 
ferschluss	shutter (sb) (optics) 
fertigation	fertigation   
fertile	fertile (adj) 
fertilisant	fertilizer (adj. & sb) 
fertilitatsratio	fertility rate
ferume	crumb (sb) 
fervent	fervent (adj) 
ferye	to have holidays (vint) 
ferz	queen (chess game; sb) 
fest	fest (sb) 
festard	party animal   
festdien	holiday ( sb) 
festin	feast, banquet (sb) 
feston	scallop, festoon (vtr); festoon (sb)
feta	feta (sb) 
fetiche	fetish   
fetid	stinking (adj )
feudalisme	feudalism 
feug	flee (vtr) 
feugnic	runaway (adj & sb; “somebody who flees”) 
feurl	furl ( vtr ) 
Feuroya	( splu ) = Faroe Islands ( splu ) 
feuylton	(literature) serial (sb)
fez	fez (sb) 
fiaker	(horse-drawn) cab
fiancee	fiancee (sb); to betroth (sb)
fiatdenars	(splu.) = fiat money
fiber	fiber (sb) 
fict	to clot, to make stiff (vtr) 
fictice	ficticious (adj) 
fid	faith ( sb ) 
fidayi	devoted (adj) 
fider	believer (sb) 
fidess	(sing ) = vermicelli ( splu ) 
fidren	farthing (sb) ( Hobbits) 
fief	fief ( sb) 
fiell	past tense of “fall” 
fieull	to fuel (vtr)   
fieydh	past tense of “faydh” 
fieyer	past tense of “fayer” 
fieyl	past tense of “fayl” 
fig	present tense base of “fineg” 
figurant	extra   (actor; subs.)
figurat	figurative (adj)
figure	figure (sb) 
fiker	figure (vint) 
fikrav	imaginative (adj)
fil	ivory item (sb); [el fil] bishop (chess; sb) 
filament	filament   
filan	so & so 
fildische	elephant tusk 
filete	fillet (food) 
filiale	subsidiary company
filibustier	filibuster (adj & sb) 
Filippo de Neri	Philip Neri ( npr ) 
filise	vine shoot 
fillon	cork (wood; sb) 
film	film, movie (sb) 
filmcamera	movie camera
filmclap	clapperboard   
filter	(to) filter   
filtrakh	stillsuit (sb) (Dune) 
fin	end (sb) (something final, definitive ) 
finance	finance 
financial	financial (adj) 
financier	financier (sb) 
finct	dummy (sport) 
find	present tense base of “finesd” 
fineg	pretend ( vtr ) 
fineih	to finish 
finesd	split ( vtr ) 
fingher	to fiddle with 
fingher	finger (sb) 
fingherprint	fingerprint   
fingherstuned	finger flick (vtr., like in "He finger-flicked me hard on the ear")   
finnugher	finno-ugric (adj. & sb)
firasat	face, general outlook (sb) 
firida	niche (sb) 
firma	firm (enterprise, includiinf "law firm"; sb) 
firmament	firmament (sb) 
firmware	firmware (sb)
firscha	brush (for sweeping; sb) 
firsche	to sweep 
firtina	gust (of wind); burst (of gunfire) 
fiscal	Attorney-General, Prosecutor-General (sb); fiscal (adj); fiscal evasion = tax evasion; fiscal multiplicator = fiscal multiplier; fiscal paradays = tax haven
fiss	past participle and past tense of “finesd” 
fissih	running ( adj ) (fig ) 
fistic	pistacia (sb) 
fit	fit (adj) 
fitil	wick, fuse 
fitness	fitness ( sb) 
fitness-club	fitness club   
fitnessfunction	fitness function   
fiull	heating oil ( sb) 
fiulltank	fuel tank ( sb ) 
fix	fixed, set
fixe	to fix (steadily) (vtr) 
fixo capital	fixed capital   
fiz	viez (sb)
flag	flag (sb) 
flagnav	flagship (sb) 
flagrant	blatant (adj ) 
flamboyment	blaze (sb) 
Flaming	Fleming   
flaming	Fleming (sb) 
flamingo	flamingo (sb)
flamme	flame (sb) 
flammenlehncer	flamethrower   
Flandren	Flanders (sb ) 
flanela	flannel (sb) 
flank	flank
flask	flask ( sb) 
flasken	flagon ( sb) 
flatter	flatter (vtr ) 
flatterant	flattering (adj.)   
flatterie	flattery (sb) 
flau	blurred (adj) 
flaydor	mottling, combing (sb) 
flayer	flyer (document; sb)
flect	bend (vtr ) 
flehen	whine (vint) 
flemisch	flemish (adj) 
fleurt	flirt
fleurtplohpt	pick-up line, chat-up line   
flibustier	filibuster
flicker	flicker (vint) 
flietter	past tense of “flatter” 
flint	flint (sb ) 
flip-flop	flip-flop (shoe)   
flise	paving stone 
flisenplor	paving (sb) 
flitter	speck, fleck, spangle (sb) 
flocken	flake ( sb ) 
flor	flower (sb ) 
Florence	Florence ( npr ) 
florentin	Florentine ( adj , sb) 
florette	floweret (sb) 
florin	guilder ( currency ) ( sb) 
floriste	florist (sb) 
flotille	flotilla
flott	float (vint) 
flotte	fleet   
flottluce	(stage) lighting instrument (sb) 
flu	flu (sb) 
fluctuation	fluctuation
fluid	fluid (adj , sb) 
fluid catalytic cracking	fluid catalytic cracking   
fluor	fluorine (sb) 
flurt	past tense of "fleurt"
flute	flute (sb) 
flutelik	fluty (adj) 
flutmot	tidal (moved by the tide) 
flutt	flood, high tide (sb) 
fluttschiau	flood tide
fluv	river (that goes to the sea) 
fluvial	fluvial 
fluvial marine	brown-water Navy   
flux	flux (sb) 
fluyer	reed-pipe (sb) 
flyghel	wing ( sb) (of a building ) 
flyghelhorn	flugelhorn (sb) 
focus	focus ( sb) (optical ) 
fodd	dig (vtr ) 
fodder	food ( for animals ) ( sb) 
fogel	fowl ( sb) 
foh	pitch up ( vpr ) 
foie-gras	foie gras (sb)
foliole	leaflet (botany)   
folk	people, folk (sb) (ethnicity) 
Folkenmigrations	Migrations Period (History)
folklore	folklore   
foll	mad, crazy, insane (adj) 
follach	cracked, nuts, barmy (it's kinda a childish and "neat" name)   
follia	madness (sb); Follia Lauden = "The Praise of Folly" (Erasmus)
follmat	fool's mate (chess; sb) 
folltasses	teacups (spinning tea cup ride of an amusement park)   (Id modalitat, id attraction, ne idswo tasse)
folossie	to use 
fondant	fondant ( pastry ) ( sb) 
fontan	fountain (sb) 
fontanelle	fontanelle   
football	football (sb, soccer) 
fop	fop (a person who is extremely interested in his appearance and who wears very decorative clothes)   
for	by far (meaning "too much, very")
forbann	banish (vtr) 
forbehd	to forbid, ban (vtr)
force	force (sb); force demonstration = show of force 
force-majeure	force majeure   
forcen marche	forced march   
forduil	turn to dust (vint) 
forel	trout ( sb) 
forensic medicin	forensic medicine   
forest	forest (sb) 
forestal	forest (adj) 
forfac	to commit (a mischief) 
forfact	mischief, delict (sb) 
forge	forge ( vtr ) 
forgeir se	to go around in circles, to go back to one's starting point   (rikes sien start)
forglehmer	to get stuck (in mud; vint) 
forgleimer	to stick (in mud; vtr) 
forhonn	to ridicule (vtr) 
fork	fork (software development)   
forlav	fade (through washing) ( vtr ) 
forlegver	to water down (vtr)   (vtr; hatta figurat)
forleus	to lose (one's pursuers; vtr) 
forlinekw	to forsake, abandon   (mathalan, un purt)
forlonct	lenghty (adj)
forlyehg	to mislay (vtr)
format	format (vtr., a text, like in a word processor)   unstiumpes id ja existent werd
format	format (sb)
forme	form (sb & vtr) & train (vtr) 
formell	formal, positive (adj)
formica	laminate (sb) 
Formule Oin	Formula One 
formulire	form (paper; sb) 
fornique	fornicate   
forpall	(& forpallid) = shop-soiled (adj) 
forscinesd	to make low-necked, indented 
forskehpt	become foreclosed (vint) 
forslug	past tense of “forsluneg” 
forsluneg	hiccup (vint) 
forslung	hiccup ( sb) 
forstehlb	to protrude 
forswehnd	to fade away
forsyrat	thrashing, racing (sb) 
fort	fort (military; sb) 
fortaste	to fumble 
fortrag	to extricate 
fortrehc	to depart, to go off 
fortuitous	accidental (adj ) 
Fortunat Insules	Islands of the Blest 
fortune	fortune (sb) 
forwehgh	carry off course (vtr) (vehicle) 
forwehn	to spoil (a child)   
forwehs	to mislay (vtr)
fossil	fossil (adj. & sb) 
fossil wed	fosssil water (sb) 
foster	foster, boost ( vtr ) 
foteuyl	armchair (sb) 
fourrage	forage (sb ; plant ) 
fovea	fovea centralis   
foyeir	foyer, club house (sb) 
fra	(& frater) = brother (sb) ( monk ) 
fraction	fraction
fractionreserven systeme	fractional-reserve banking   
fracture	fracture (sb) 
frad	grimace (sb) & grin (vint) 
fragil	fragile (adj) 
fragmente	fragment (vtr.)   
frain	brake (other than automobiles) 
fraindrangh	brake lever   
fraise	to countersink; milling cutter   
France	France (npr) 
franceois	French (adj & sb) 
franceois dvan	marraqueta   
Franceois kuss	French kiss   
Francesco os Assisi	Francis of Assisi (npr) 
franchiseit	franchise-holder 
Franciscos	Francis   
francolin	francolin (sb ) 
francophonia	francophonie   
frange	fringe ( sb) 
frank	frank ( adj) 
frankeih	to frank, to enfranchise, to free 
Frankenrig	Francia
Frankfurt	Frankfurt (npr) 
frankisch	Frankish, Franconian (when refering to languages)
frankmasson	freemason   
frankmassonrie	freemasonry   
frankrisk	excess (in insurances; sb) 
franquisme	Francoist dictatorship   
frap	to treat violently   
fratrigven	fratricide (the person)   
fratrigvon	fratricide (the action)   
fraud	fraud (sb) 
fraudulent	fraudulent   
fraum	bicycle frame   (addeih tod maynen ad ja existent Sambahsa werd "fraum")
fraum	frame (sb) 
fraumbar	scrollbar
frect	freight (sb) 
fregate	frigate (sb) 
frehs	freeze (vint & vtr) 
freih	to fry
frenitic	frenetic (adj) 
frenitis	frenzy ( sb) 
frequent	frequent ( adj ) 
fresch	fresh ( adj ) ( recent ) 
freschia	freshness (sb) 
frette	fret (of a guitar)   
frette	fret
frettemark	fret marker, inlay marker (of a guitar)   
fricassee	fricassee   
friction	friction   
friction	apply friction to   (Kay addihes id verbal forme)
frid	ringtone (sb) 
fried	past tense of “frad” 
Friedrich os Preussen	Frederick of Prussia (npr) 
frih	past tense of “freih” 
Frilance	(& frilancer) = freelance (adj. & sb ) 
fringant	dashing ( adj ) 
frinolt	big feed, blowout (sb) 
frise	frieze (sb) 
friseur	hairdresser   
frisure	hairdress (sb)   
frites	chips (French fries; splu ) 
friture	frying (sb) 
Friul	Friuli (npr) 
friulan	friulian (adj & sb) 
frock	frock (church garment)
frohs	past tense of “frehs” 
frolic	playful (adj)
fronde	frond (sb) (plant) 
frondeur	frondeur   
front	front (sb) 
frontasch	ringleader (sb) 
frontdeck	foredeck (sb) 
frontispice	frontispiece, title page
fronton	pediment
frontpage	frontpage (sb) 
frontstieupens	( splu ) = steps (to the entrance of a building; splu ) 
fructueus	fruitful, profitable ( adj) 
frugal	frugal (adj) 
fruit	fruit ( sb) 
frustration	frustration
fsu	pawn ( sb) 
ftas	to rise (ex
fudulluk	conceitedness, smugness ( sb ) 
fug	flight (escape; sb); past tense of “feug” 
fuga	fugue   (music)
fugace	fleeting ( adj) 
fugade	stampede ( sb) 
fughian	pumice stone ( sb) 
fugitive	fugitive ( adj , sb) 
fujat	sudden ( adj) 
fujatan	suddenly (adv) 
fulan	soandso
fulk	felucca (sb) 
fullback	fullback (football; sb) 
funambule	tightrope walker (sb & adj) 
function	to function, work   
function	function (sb) 
functional	functional (adj) 
functionment	functioning ( sb) 
fund	funds ( sb) 
fundal	real estate (adj ) 
fundamentalisme	fundamentalism   
fundar	to cast anchor 
fundwk	accommodation (sb; lodging) 
funed	to merge (vint, to bring together)
fungible	fungible   
fungjin	rubella, German measles (sb) 
fungus	fungus   
fur	thief (sb) 
furett	ferret (sb) 
Furieus Penkgimtias	Furious Fifties   
furkan	salvation (sb) 
furketa	(hair) slide (sb) 
furl	past tense of “feurl” 
furn	oven (sb) 
furnace	furnace ( sb) 
furniture	supply (sb) 
furor	fury ( sb) 
furuncule	boil, furuncle ( sb ) 
fuschiou	to submit to (surrender) 
fuschwian	accessories (adj, splu) 
fuselage	fuselage (sb) 
fusion	fusion, merger (sb)
fusional	inflectional (adj; language) 
fusnote	footnote 
fussuma	sliding panel (in houses) 
fustan	skirt (sb) 
futil	frivolous ( adj) 
futliar	box, case (sb) 
futra	jamb, chimb (sb) 
futro	fur coat 
futur	future (adj) 
future	future (sb) 
fwenghyu	wind and rain 
fwenschaw	to arson 
fwenyun	jumble, muddle (sb)
fysain	charcoal (art)   (art)
gaban	overcoat (sb) (mantle) 
gabarit	envelope (architecture, sb)
gabion	gabion   
gablak	forked (adj) 
gada	mace (weapon, sb) 
gadab	convenient, handy (adj) 
gadabeih	to fit out/ub (vtr) 
gadarene	Gadarene (adj & sb)
gaddar	treacherous 
gaddaria	treachery ( sb) 
gadget	gadget (sb) 
Gadir	Gades (npr)
gadrab	rubble (sb); crumble 
gadraukhtos	soldiery (sb) 
gaelic	gaelic (adj. & sb)
gafrot	burdock's burr 
gagauz	gagauz
gage	token (sb) (guarantee) 
gagnwan	to bear a grudge on 
gahab	spare ( vtr ) (an enemy ) 
gahack	mince (sb ) 
gahag	bocage (sb) 
gahang	(sing) = gallows ( splu) 
gaharu	fragrant wood (sb) 
gai	gay (homosexual; adj & sb)
gain	present tense base of “gaissen” 
gairb	display , composition ( sb) ; arms ( splu ) 
gairn	of goodwill ( adv ) 
gaissen	win, gain ( vtr ) ( win, harvest ) 
gaivia	region, land ( sb) 
gaiviaspoti	mayor ( sb ) (in the Shire of Hobbits) 
gajka	nut (for screws; sb) 
gakowpos	jumble, bunch (sb) 
gakwi	glutton ( sb ) (fig ) 
gakwia	gluttony   
gala	gala (sb) 
galactic	galactic ( adj ) 
Galahad	Galahad   (Desk)
galakt	milk (all kinds of white liquid, sb) 
galant	gallant (adj) 
galanterie	courtsey (sb) 
galat	Galatian
Galatea	Galatea   (Bo id statue ed ia nereide)
galaxia	galaxy (sb) 
galeassa	galeas (sb) 
galecker	good food ( sb ) 
galego	Galician (of Spanish Galicia)
galender	railing ( sb ) 
Galenos	Galen ( npr ) 
galeon	galeon (sb ) 
galeot	galley slave (sb) 
galera	galley (sb) 
galerie	gallery (sb) 
galeriegrabh	passage grave (sb)
galge	gauge (sb) 
galgon	piles (sb; sing. in Sambahsa) 
Galicia	Galicia (province of Spain)
galilay	Galilean
Galilee	Galilee (npr, Region of Palestine) 
Galileo	Galileo   
Galileo	Galileo (Italian scientist)
galionsfigure	figurehead   
gall	rooster, cock (sb) 
Gallia	Gaul (npr; country) 
gallic	Gaulish (adj); Gaul (sb; inhabitant of Gaul)
gallmiliu	Japanese barnyard millet 
gallon	gallon (unity of measure)   
galvanise	galvanize ( vtr ) 
gama	toad ( sb) 
gaman	greedy ( adj) 
gamasch	gaiter ( sb ) 
gamayd	boor (sb) 
gambit	trip, leg lock; gambit (sb) 
gamejos	grub (eating; sb) 
gamelan	gamelan (sb) 
gamelle	cookset (sb)
gamete	gamete (sb) 
gamma-GT	gamma-GT   
Gamorah	Gomorrah (npr) 
ganab	turmoil (sb) 
gandhivadi	gandhian (adj & sb) 
gandighi	mess (disorder)   
gandighi	mess ( sb ) (fig) 
gandoum	wheat flour (sb) 
gandul	lazy ( sb; adj ) 
ganeis	to recover (one's health) 
gang	(criminal) gang   
ganga	gangue (sb)
gangal	roll of wire (sb) 
Ganges	Ganges (sb) 
gangrene	gangrene ( sb) 
gangrenise	to gangrene 
gankji	dry season 
Ganymede	Ganymede (npr) 
gao	ladle ( sb) 
gapack	luggage (sb) 
gaplagel	thrashing (batter)   
garabat	scribble, scrawl (vtr) 
garage	garage
garagenpasar	garage sale (fig., sb) 
garait	plight, pickle (sb) 
garantie	guarantee (sb & vtr)
garb	spray, sheaf (sb) 
garbi	drizzle ( sb) 
garcioniere	bachelor flat ( sb) 
garden	garden ( sb) 
gardenreuyd	market gardening (sb) 
gardisch	vagrancy (sb)
gardrobe	wardrobe (sb)  
garey	dog's tooth grass (sb) 
garg	terror, scariness (sb) 
garguyl	gargoyle (sb) 
garid	shrimp ( sb) 
garite	sentry box
garnie	to decorate, to fill 
garnison	garrison (sb) 
garniture	(sing) = trimmings (splu) 
garrot	garrote; (medical) tourniquet 
garson	waiter ( sb ) 
garuy	maize stem (sb) 
garwi	preparation (sb) 
garwie	furbish (vtr)
gas	gas (sb) 
gasall	companion (sb; apprentice) 
gasbotel	gaz cylinder   
gasic	gaseous (adj) 
gaslimos	(sing) = fillings (splu) 
gasmehrkos	foul smell 
gasoduct	gas pipeline
gason	lawn turf (sb) 
gaspedal	gas pedal
gaspistonmotor	internal combustion engine   
gastall	to employ, to hire 
gastalt	silhouette (sb) 
gastangh	framework (sb) 
gastanker	LNG carrier (sb) 
gastieup	flight of steps (stairs, sb)
gastrados	maze of streets 
gastrehlos	shooting battle (sb) 
gastrohl	volley of shots 
gastronom	gastronome
Gatar	Qatar (npr) 
gateau	big cake 
gatolkos	confab (sb) 
gatov	rigged (adj) 
Gatschmanei	Gethsemane ( npr ) 
gatva	narrow street, alley
gatye	dam ( sb) 
gauta	runny (adj ) ( non-viscous) 
gavaz	(sing) = antlers ( splu) 
Gawain	Gawain   
gawoun	recipient (sb) 
Gaya	Gaia ( npr ) 
gaydh	goat (sb , adj ) 
gaydhped	crowbar (tool)   
gays	halberd (sb) 
gayta	bagpipe ( sb) 
gaytan	braid on dress 
Gaza	Gaza; Gaza strei = Gaza strip
gazd	stick, staff (sb) 
gazelle	gazelle (sb) 
gazette	gazette (sb)
ge	then (after personal pronoun; enclitic) 
gecko	gecko   
gehlb	yellow (adj) 
gehlbfeber	yellow fever ( sb) 
gehmbh	to show one's teeth 
gehn	to father, create (vtr) 
gehn- un oiv	to lay an egg   
gehnghian	bedrock
gehr	to awake, wake up (vint) 
geibh	bandy, arched (adj) 
geih	to vainquish, to be victorious 
geihdharma	jainism (sb) 
geir	to bypass, to go around 
geirwehnd	make a face- to - tail (vtr ) 
gelatine	gelatin   
gelee	jelly (sb) (cooking) 
gelepp	drover 
gelou	sister-in-law 
gelu	freezing cold (sb) 
Gemara	Gemara
gemer	sister's husband (sb) 
gemme	gem ( sb) 
gen	gene (sb ) 
gena	Nature ( sb) 
gencian	gentian (sb) 
gendarme	gendarme ( sb) 
gendel	related (kin, category)
genealogic dru	family tree (sb) 
general	general (adj, sb) 
general-major	major(-)general
generalissim	generalissimo
generation	generation (like in “baby-boom generation”)   
generator	generator (electric, sb)
genereus	generous (adj) 
Genesis	Genesis (sb) 
genetic ingenieurie	genetic engineering
genial	great, of genius (adj) 
genie	(sing) = genius (sb, person); the Engineers (splu; military corps) 
genis	of sorts (adj) 
geniste	broom shrub (sb)
genital	genital (adj.)   
Gennesar	Gennesaret 
genocide	genocide
genos	type, kind (sb) 
genotype	genotype   
genpian	piece of paper 
gensadpeurten	(blood) filiation
genti	line (family, sb) 
gentile	gentle, gentile (adj & sb) 
gentleman	gentleman (in modern times; sb)
gentor	generator, parent   
gentorskaut	breeding stock   
genu	knee (sb) 
Genua	Genoa (npr) 
genuan	Genoese (sb, adj) 
genue	to kneel down 
genuin	genuine (adj) 
geodesic	geodesic (adj.)   (adj.)
geodesique	geodesic (sb.)   (sb.)
geoglyph	geoglyph   
geolocalisation	geolocation (sb)
geometer	geometer   
geometer	geometer, surveyor
geometria	geometry   
geong	palace-fortress (sb) 
Georgos	George (npr) 
geothermia	geothermal energy (sb) 
gep	pocket ( sb ) 
gepdenars	(plu) = pocket money
gepknif	pocketknife   
geplampe	flashlight (sb) 
gepsaat	pocket watch   
geranium	geranium (sb) 
gerasc	to get old 
gerbill	gerbil
gerger	dilapidated, decayed (adj) 
germen	germ (sb) 
geront	old man   
geront	old man (sb) 
geros	old age (sb) 
gerosdom	retirement home
gerrimander	gerrymandering/to gerrymander   (bo nomen & verb)
gesta	chanson de geste 
geste	gesture ( sf) 
gesticule	gesticulate (vint) 
gestique	body language   
geul	ember ( sb) 
geumper	sweater (sb) 
geus	to taste (vtr)
geusmen	palate ( sb ) ( anatomy) 
gevat	retort (sb ) 
geyser	geyser ( sb) 
ghab	to understand (a fact, a situation) 
ghabel	(pitch)fork (sb ) 
ghaben	gifted (adj ) 
ghaghel	wild goose (sb) 
ghalg	wand ( sf ) 
ghalv	skull (sm ) 
gham	marriage (sb); to marry 
ghang	walk (vint & sb) 
ghans	goose ( sb) 
ghansstieup	goose step   (marche)
ghansstieup	goose step   
ghapt	gifted (adj ) 
gharn	(& gharna) = gut ( sb) 
ghat	meet (vtr/vint ) 
ghatet	skein, hank (sb) 
ghaw	wrong (adj ) 
ghawd	to be delighted about, to rejoice (vtr; + acc.) 
ghawl	tub (old ship !, sb) 
ghawsam	the wrong way round
ghayt	curl (sb) 
ghebel	gable, tree-top (sb) 
ghebelslatte	top purlin (sb)
ghedip	ivy ( sb) 
ghehd	to be able to, can (vtr) 
ghehld	to be worth, to apply 
ghehld	tribute ( sb) 
ghehldschtraf	fine (penalty; sb) 
ghehng	to spread, to open (one's legs) 
ghehrd	court, yard ( sb) 
ghehrs	bristle ( vpr ) 
ghei	draft horse (sm ) 
gheid	be thirsty of (vint) ( fig. ) 
gheigtel	pledge ( sm ) ( guarantee ) 
gheih	yawn (vint) 
gheil	chops (sf ) 
gheirs	ruffle ( vtr ) 
gheischa	geisha ( sf ) 
gheisd	be speechless 
ghel	gall ( sb) 
Gheldern	Guelders   
gheldschtraf	fine ( sb ) 
gheleta	pot, bucket ( sb) 
ghelgh	gland (sb) 
ghelgh	gland ( sb ) 
ghelon	turtle ( sb) 
gheloun	gill (sb ) 
ghem	low ( adj) 
ghem pressem	low pressure 
ghemia	launch, lifeboat 
ghemtos keipen	low angle shot   (photo, film, etc)
ghemwand filter	low-pass filter (LPF)   
ghend	take ( vtr ); grip, hold (sports, sb) 
ghengher	bran ( sb) ( cereal ) 
Ghenji Monogatari	tale of Genji (sb) 
ghens	past participle & past tense of “ghend” 
ghenstor	trunk (sb) ( elephant) 
gheram	mad ( adj) 
gherb	notch (sb) 
ghergheff	tambourine sewing (sm ) 
gheridon	pedestal table ( sb) 
gherrilia	guerrilla ( sb) 
ghers	worse (adv.)   (comparative os dus-; adv.)
Gherschom	Gershom (npr) 
ghert	dairy produce (sb) 
gherzd	barley (sb) 
gherzdsuker	barleysugar (sb)
ghes	yesterday (adv) 
gheslo	thousand (vx.) 
Gheslum Oina Nocts	the Arabian Nights 
ghesor	handle (vtr) ; hand (sb; vx.)
ghestern	of yesterday (adj)
ghetto	ghetto   
gheu	offer a sacrifice 
gheumen	libation ( sf ) 
gheus	beggar, rogue ( sb) 
gheuss	to belch out (vtr) 
gheutt	to drip 
gheutter	dropper   
ghevghir	skimmer (sb) 
ghevreck	ring-shaped cake (sb) 
ghi	has no definite meaning, it often appears in second position in a clause and serves to emphasize the preceding word. It is sometimes suffixed to the preceding adverb or pronoun. It can be translated as “then”, or as “for”, f.e.: “Is ne kieup id wogh, isghi ne hieb denars" = “He didn't buy the car for he had no money”.
ghianien	rock salt ( sf ) 
ghianshiek	rock ( sf ) 
ghid	past tense of “gheid” 
ghie	ghee ( sb) 
ghieb	past tense of “ghab” 
ghieng	walked (past tense) 
ghienzrien	hieratic ( adj) 
ghiesen	harvest ( sb) 
ghiet	past tense of “ghiet” 
ghieter	enemy (adj.& sm ) 
ghieul	carbonize (vint / tr ) 
ghiewd	past tense of “ghawd” 
ghigda	thirst ( figuratively ) 
ghigilik	nightcap (sb) 
ghignon	rotten luck (sb) 
ghih	past tense of “gheih” 
ghilde	guild ( sb) 
ghim	winter   
ghim	winter (sb) 
ghimer	young animal ( sb) (one winter-old) 
ghiobeck	belly dance (sf ) 
ghionkawn	rape ( sb & vtr ) 
ghioulee	ball ( sm ) ( gun) 
ghir	gear (sb), speed ( sb) 
ghirbox	gearbox   
ghirdrangh	gearshift, shifter (USA), gear stick, gearstick, gear lever (UK)   
ghiri	mountain forest 
ghirratio	gear ratio   
ghirs	past tense of “gheirs” 
ghirseleger	gear selector   
ghirshajamat	crewcut 
ghisal	hostage (sb) 
ghisalkapen	hostage-taking
ghisd	past tense of “gheisd” 
ghitarr	(& ghitarra) = guitar (sb) 
ghitarrtakoun	heel (of a guitar)   
ghiton	tunic, robe (sb) 
ghiubeck	ratatouille (sb) 
ghiul	coal (sb); past tense of “ghieul” 
ghiulbronn	charcoal kiln   
ghiulbunker	hold, bunker (containing coal, on ships) 
ghiulsitla	coal pail
ghium	can, flask, churn (sb) 
ghiuruk	hood, top (sb, for vehicle) 
ghmiya	terrestrial monster (sb) 
ghnad	nit (sb) 
ghneih	rub (vtr) 
ghnu	wildebeest (sb)
ghohd	was/were able to 
ghohld	past tense of “ghehld” 
ghohng	past tense of “ghehng” 
ghohrs	past tense of “ghehrs” 
ghom	earth ( sb ); down; (adv; irregular comparative : niter) 
ghomen	earthy (adj , sm ) ( human inhabitant of the Earth ) 
ghomtro	+ accusative = down with... ! 
ghu	past tense of “gheu” 
ghutorium	smelter (workplace, sb)
ghutt	drop (sb); past tense of “gheutt”; "id ghutt, quod upertrahnt id wedsaat" = "the straw, that broke the camel's back" 
ghyah	to gape 
ghyahsa	gap ( sb) 
ghyalir	unfortunate (adj) 
ghyamen	pit (sb) 
ghyamenviper	pit-viper (sb) 
ghyan	open (vtr) 
ghyanen code	open source
ghyanendwer	(dien) = "Open House (day)"
ghyanu	jaw (sb) 
ghyanue	biting (vtr ) 
ghyehl	yell (vint) 
ghyeir	to be fond of/keen on   
ghyien	opened (past tense) 
ghyohl	past tense of “ghyehl” 
ghyor	(& ghyora) = mountain (sb); Ghyor ios Baytel = Temple Mount (Jerusalem)
ghyorglaugh	orichalcum   
ghyorpasse	mountain pass
ghyorworts	upstream (adv) 
giaga	heartburn (sb) 
giam	(window)pane (sb) 
giambase	horse dealer ( sb) 
gian	cheek ( sb ) 
gianost	cheekbone ( sf ) 
gianter	son –in-law (sb) 
gib	hunchback ( adj ) 
gibaku	suicide attack 
gibbon	gibbon   
gielwk	(blood)leech (sb) 
gienxin	cash (money, adj) 
gieu	chew (vtr) 
gieumen	(chewing) quid
gieuter	champ (vtr) 
gigant	giant ( sb ) 
gigantesk	gigantic ( adj ) 
gigantkwekwl	Ferris wheel (sb) 
gigar	arum ( sb) 
gigh	gig (short term job, side job), slash — (like in “I'm a slash writter, slash food-runner, slash salesperson…”), moonlight (informal job)   
gigh	jig ( sb) 
gigolo	gigolo   
gih	past tense of “geih” 
Gihon	Gihon (Eden, npr) 
gikht	gout   
giki	china ware ( sb ) 
Gilead	Gilead (npr) 
Gilgamesh	Gilgamesh (npr) 
gill	gill, teacup (unit of volume)   
ginchu	lipstick (sb) 
ginkgo	fginkgo (sb) 
ginseng	ginseng ( sb) 
ginter	yellow amber 
gintou	flooded, inundated (adj ) 
giokien	(sing ) = terms (conditions ) 
giow	remove (vtr ) 
gir	past tense of “geir” 
giraf	giraffe ( sf ) 
girotransfer	transfer (bank; sm) 
gisant	tomb effigy   
gischien	earthquake (sb) 
giu	past tense of “gieu” 
giughin	delight ( vtr ) 
giumbusch	joy (sb) 
giung	junk (sb) 
giungdok	poisoning   
Giungkwok	The Middle Kingdom (alternative name of China)
giutan	rug (sb) 
giutayo	hitch, snag (sb) 
gixia	underground (adj) 
gixia	(& gixiadau) = underground (sb) 
gjankiau	gateway (sf ) 
gjashels	hypothesis, eventuality
gjia	shelf, rack (sb) 
gjian	distress (sf ) 
gjiaungsian	inlay (vtr ) 
gjuchien	describe in detail ( vtr ) 
gjugni	military physician 
gjunki	(kind of Eastern) flag (sb) 
gjunrjien	serviceman ( sb ) 
glab	to embrace (vtr) 
glaber	glabrous   
gladiator	gladiator   
gladiol	gladiolus (sb) 
glah	acorn (sb)
glamour	glamour
glan	glean (vtr) 
glanez	glance (sb. & vint) 
glas	glass (sb)
glasacryl	plexiglas (sb) 
glaser	glazier   
glasic	vitreous (adj)
glaslik gumos	vitreous humour, vitreous body   
glast	pastel (sb) 
glastra	flowerpot 
glaswuln	(glaswulna) = glass wool
glat	to iron (vtr; linen); smooth (adj ) 
glau	full moon 
Glauce	Glauce   
glaugh	copper (sb) 
glaughbukin	(glaughbukina) = brass (music instrument)
glauwer	lump (in sauce, flour)
glawgv	blue-green 
glaz	past tense of “glanez” 
glebe	glebe (sf ) 
gleg	ogle (vtr ) (! ) 
glegules	goggles (splu.)
glehdj	ice (sb) 
glehdjaiwo	Ice Age (sb) 
glehdjbenk	pack-ice (sb) 
glehdjbrehg	ice-breaker (vessel)
glehdjer	glacier (sb) 
glehdjic	icy, chilly (adj) 
glehdjice	(black) ice (sb) 
glehdjiko	freezie, freeze pop (USA), freezer pop, ice-pole, ice lolly (Scotland), pop stick, icy-pole, ice pop, tip top, chihiro (Cayman Islands), ice candy (Philippines), aiskrim, potong (Malaysia)   
glehdjpickel	ice-axe ( sb) 
glehdjschelf	ice shelf   
glehdjvafel	ice cream cone   
glehm	to climb (vtr ) 
glehmb do	to cling to ( vpr ) 
glehmber	to haul oneself, to clamber 
glehmer	to stick together (vint) 
gleibh	to be stuck
gleih	to laugh 
gleim	glue (sb) & stick (vtr) 
gleimbande	adhesive tape   
gleimen	laughter (sb) 
gleitue	ridicule (vtr)
glend	green (adj) 
glend piwernt	green fertilizer   
glendcepel	welsh onion (sb) 
glendia	greenery, verdure (sb) 
glendrewos	open space, green area (sb)
glesen	ankle (sb) 
glest	blaze, blazing inferno (sb) 
gleub	cut out, prune (vtr) 
glewos	(& gleus) = fun (sb) 
gli	dormouse (sb) 
glieb	past tense of "glab" 
glien	past tense of “glan” 
gliet	past tense of “glat” 
glih	past tense of “gleih” 
glim	past tense of “gleim” 
glisomarga	white clay (sb) 
global village	global village; global warmen = global warming (sb) 
globalisation	globalization (sb) 
globe	globe (sb) 
globular	globular   
glogh	thorn (sb) 
glohm	past tense of “glehm” 
glohmb	past tense of “glehmb” 
glohmber	past tense of “glehmber” 
glohmer	past tense of “glehmer” 
gloi	stain, spot (sb) 
gloistrager	stain-remover (sb) 
gloiwos	glair
glomerule	glomerulus   
glonce	bullet (sb; of a gun)) 
gloncekyehm	bulletproof (adj & sb) 
gloria	glory (sb) 
glossar	glossary   
gloux	to cluck, chuckle (animal) 
glub	past tense of “gleub” 
glucose	glucose
glue	glue (sb) 
gluh	to smoulder (fire) 
glycol	glycol (sb)
glycoriza	liquorice (sb) 
glyph	glyph (sb) 
gnah	to be born 
gnahdien	birthday 
gnahratio	birth rate
gnahsa	birth (sb); gnahsa certificat = birth certificate
gnaht-ye	by birth (adv)
gnahtarikhe	date of birth (sb) 
gnater	backfire (vint) 
gnebh	by a narrow margin (adj, adv)
gneibh	pinch (vtr) 
gneiter	crumple (vtr) 
gneubh	knot (sb) (wood); to get gnarled 
gneubhic	gnarled (adj)
gneur	gurgle (vint , ex: stomach) 
gnibh	past tense of « gneibh » 
gnieter	past tense of « gnater » 
gnirsk	crunch, rustle, screech (vint ) 
gniter	past tense of “gneiter” 
gnoh	to know 
gnohmen	emblem ( sb), badge ( sb) 
gnohsa	knowledge (sb)
gnohsit	(he/she/it) knew
gnosticism	gnosticism
gnosticisme	gnosticism   
gnubehd	genuflection (sb) 
gnur	past tense of “gneur” 
GO	“gwaur - opos " = H.D. (" heavy -duty ") 
gobelin	tapestry (sb) 
goblin	goblin (sb) 
Godfred	Godfrey   
godwehb	valuable fabric (cloth; sb) 
gofrette	waffle ( sb) 
gogv	fledgeling (sb) 
gohd	good,, successful (adj) 
gohmbh	past tense of “gehmbh” 
gohnos	creature, creation
gohr	past tense of “gehr” 
goil	funny ( adj) 
goil	+ acc . = to make fun of 
gol	goal (football, sb) 
golar	wild/creeping thyme (sb) 
gold	gold (sb); gold standard = gold standard
Goldbergmachine	Goldberg machine   
golden	golden (adj); golden hello = golden hello; golden parachute = golden parachute 
golem	golem
golf	golf (sb) 
golf plor	golf course (sb) 
Golgotha	Golgotha
gomber	bison (sb) 
gombh	edge (sb ) 
gomra	grief (sb) 
gomre	to distress, worry (vtr)
gomric	sulky (adj.)
gon	side (sb) 
gondel	basket, gondola (sb) 
gongu	ball, bowl (sb) 
gonorrhoea	gonorrhea (sb) 
gonozdos	side junction
gontapwl	side (of a guitar)   
gontro	aside (adv. of movement) 
gordebh	onager (wild ass; sb ) 
Gordias	Gordias
gordiasnode	Gordian knot
gordos	enclosure (sb) 
gordoskoim	gated community, walled community   
gordosweik	gated community, walled community (this one is greater than "gordoskoim")   
gorge	gorge (sb); to fill (with liquid; vtr) 
gorget	gorget   {gOrdjët}
gorgon	gorgon (sb) 
gorilla	gorilla (sb) 
Gortyn	Gortyn (npr)
gospoti	foreign(er) (adj. & sb) 
gossip	gossip (sm) 
gost	guest (sb) 
gostenhall	hostelry (sb) 
gostpreim	+ acc. = to give hospitality to 
gouache	gouache   
gouda	gouda (sb)
gouge	gouge   
gougle	google (vtr) 
goul	ghoul (sb) 
goun	foaminess (“white horses”; sb) 
gourde	flask (sb) 
gourmete	gourmet
gourr	coo (vint) 
gouvernante	governess (sb) 
gouverne	to govern 
gouvernement	government (sb) 
gouverneur	governor (sb) 
gowlsban	pelvis bone
goyava	guava (sb) 
Graal	Grail   
grabh	dig (vtr ) 
grabh	grave ( sb) ( receptacle ) 
grabhar	gravedigger ( sm ) 
grabistan	burial site   
grace	grace (sb) 
gracieus	gracious 
graciu	graceful (adj) 
grade	degree (sb, ex: temperature); rank (sb)
gradencollation	convocation ceremony   
gradient	gradient   
gradient	gradient 
gradin	terracing (sb) 
gradischte	castle in ruins 
graduation	graduation (ceremony)   
graduation	graduation (generic word, division in degrees and other concepts)   
graf	count ( sb) 
graffiti	graffiti
Grafia	Shire (Hobbits) 
grajd	stable (sb) 
grak	to caw
gramat	literate (adj)
gramatia	literacy (sb) 
grammatic	grammar (sb) 
gramme	gramme (sb) 
gramophone	gramophone   
gramur	misted up with tiredness (eyes; sb) 
gran	grain ( sb) 
Granada	Granada ( npr ; city of Spain) 
granar	attic ( sb) 
granate	shell (cannon; sm ) 
granatenlehnc	grenade launcher (sb) 
grance	boundary, limit (sb) 
grand	great, grand ( adj ) (fig) 
Grand Barrier Riff	Great Barrier Reef (Australia; sb) 
Grand Britain	Great Britain ( npr ) 
Grand Depression	Great Depression 
Grand Lacs	Great Lakes (splu) 
grandiose	grandiose (adj) 
grandmast	mainmast, big mast   
grandmater	grandmother ( sb) 
grandpater	grandfather (sb) 
grandwn	hail ( sf ) 
granite	granite ( sb) 
graph	graph (sb) 
graphene	graphene   
graphic (neuder)interface	graphical user interface
graphic novella	graphic novella   
graphic pianji	graphics tablet, digitizer, drawing tablet, drawing pad, digital drawing tablet, pen tablet, digital art board)   
graphic roman	graphic novel   
graphion	registrar (sb) 
graphionia	registry (sb) 
graphique	graph (sb) 
graphite	graphite (sb) 
graps	fish basket 
gras	to graze   ("edde gras")
gras	grass (sb); to graze 
grasban	angry ( adj ) 
grassab	anger (sb) 
gratin	gratin (sb)
gratis	(cost)free (adj & adv) 
gratistat	absence of cost (sb) 
gratule	to congratulate 
grave	grave (adj.)
gravitat	gravity   
gravitat	gravity
gravitation	gravitation   
gravitation	gravitation
Graya	Graea (npr) 
graz	scratch (vtr; itching) 
grebe	grebe (sb) 
gredd	stride ( vtr ) 
gredin	rogue (sb) 
greg	mob (sb) 
Gregor	Gregory
Gregorian calendar	Gregorian calendar   
grehd	+ acc. = to be greedy for
grehdia	greed (sb) 
grehdic	greedy (adj) 
grehm	growl (vint) 
grehnd	grind ( vtr ) 
grehv	engrave ( vtr ) 
grehven	print, engraving ( sb) 
greih	coat ( vtr ) 
greip	to grab 
greipank	grapnel, grappling hook ( sb) 
greis	gray (adj) 
greiso substance	gray matter (sb; fig) 
greiszone	grey area
gremio	lap, bosom (fig.) 
greumel	mumble (vtr) 
greve	greave (sb) (leg armor) 
gribel	tingling, stinging (sb) 
griblic	urticating (adj) 
grichek	buckwheat (sb) 
gridel	grid (sb) ( fig ) 
griebh	past tense of “grabh” 
grief	grievance (sb) 
griek	past tense of "grak"
gries	past tense of “gras” 
griez	past tense of “graz” 
grih	past tense of “greih” 
grille	grill (vtr ) 
grind	locker ( sb ) 
grindei	frame, pole of plough/plow 
grint	scold (vtr ) 
griot	griot (sb) 
grip	past tense of “greip” 
grippe	flu (sb) 
grisou	firedamp (sb) 
griva	mane (sb) (of wildcat)
grizzly	grizzly 
grobian	impolite (adj) 
grobos	scratch (wound; sb) 
grog	grog
groghy	groggy (adj) 
grohd	past tense of "grehd"
grohm	thunder rumble (sb), past tense of “grehm” 
grohng	past tense of “grehnd” 
grohv	past tense of “grehv” 
groimen	coating ( sb) 
grok	caw (vint) 
gron	verdant (adj) 
Gronland	Greenland (npr) 
grosch	shilling (sb) 
gross	gross (adj) (not fine); gross operationsurplus = gross operating surplus
grossbukh	general ledger
grosse	gross (sb)
grotesk	grotesque (adj) 
grotte	cave, grotto (sb) 
groub	big ( adj ) ( coarse) 
grov	ditch (sb) 
grovice	dimple   
grud	groats, gruel ( sb ) 
grumb	bump ( sb) 
grumel	past tense of “greumel” 
grund	ground (sb) 
grundetage	ground floor (sb) 
grundsalgos	ground swell (wave; sb)
grundye	to growl (like a pig, sb) 
grunz	clod (sb) 
grupp	group ( sb) 
gruppuscule	groupuscule   
gruppuscule	groupuscule   
gruyere	gruyère (sb) 
grwozdu	cluster (sb) 
grwozdue	to flowchart (vtr)
gryllotalpa	mole cricket   
gryp	griffin (sb) 
gsieji	Summer Solstice 
gsienchi	incumbent (adj) 
gsieschui	be tired out ( fam ) 
gsietau	clog (sb)
guangdungwa	Yue Chinese language
guano	guano
guant	glove (sb) 
guantiek	glove compartment, glovebox, glovie   
guantlete	gauntlet (sb) 
guar	spoon (sb) 
guarani	guarani
guarde	guard (a soldier, sb) 
guarde	to guard 
guardia	guard ( military unit, sb) 
guardrail	guardrail ( sf ) 
Guatemala	Guatemala ( npr ) 
guatemalteck	Guatemalan (adj. & n. ) 
gubh	cove (sb) (bay) 
gud	colon (anatomy, sb) 
gudang	depot ( sb) (building ) 
gughehr	to come off, get lost (vint) 
gugheir	to mess up, to spoil something 
gugor	damned, rooten (!; when referring to something that doesn't work properly)
guide	guide (vtr & sb; ex : tourism) 
guidon	handlebars (sb) 
guiliotine	guillotine (sb) 
Guinea	Guinea (npr) 
guinee	guinea (sb; currency)
Guinevere	Guinevere   
gulap	julep (sb) 
gulf	gulf (sb); Gulf os Pars = Parsian Gulf 
gulule	marble (game, sb) 
gumb	washer, slice (sb) 
gumma	rubber, eraser (sb)
gumme	to erase (vtr)
gummi	rubber (matter; sb) 
gumminauk	inflatable boat, rubber dinghy (sb) 
gumos	body secretion (sb) 
gumt	coming (sb) 
gunnel	gunnel (sb) 
gur(an)	crane (sb) 
guragh	to swallow up (vtr); big throat (sb) 
gurdu	half-wit (adj)
gurgule	throat (sb); gargle (vtr) 
gurk	cucumber (sb) 
gurobel	sparrow (sb) 
guros	curly hair 
guru	guru
gurur	(exagerated) pride (sb)
gus	past tense of "geus"
gussen	caterpillar (sb) 
gussett	fob ( sb) 
gust	taste ( sm ) 
gutor	priest (who makes sacrifices) ( sb) 
guttural	guttural (adj) 
gutule	small intestine (sb) 
guway	eerie (adj) 
gvaedd	soothsayer (sb) , guess ( vtr ) 
gvaltic	violent ( adj) 
gvaskayn	decry (vtr ) 
gvehd	(semject ud semanghen) = to pray to someone (a God) for something 
gvehmb	skip, hop (vint) 
gvehn	to slay, shoot off, fell; "gvehne dwo musch med oin cutt" = "to kill two birds with one stone"
gvehntel	swordfighter, swordsman (sb) 
gveih	wither (vint)
gventer	belly (sb) 
gver	fierce, wild (adj), wild animal (sb) 
gvereh	to be warm
gverehtor	space heater   
gveria	hunting (sb) 
gverpter	fell beast   (pleukend reidbiest im Nazgûl)
gvertat	savagery (sb)
gverue	to hunt 
gvibh	wife ( sb) 
gviht	withering (sb)   
gvir	gravel ( sb) 
gvirkaghel	piece of gravel ( sb) 
gvohmb	past tense of “gvehmb” 
gvohn	past tense of "gvehn"
gvol	pain (sb); to hurt (vtr)
gvolic	painful ( adj) 
gvond	firearm, gun (sb) 
gvonderv	centaur ( sb ) 
gvonia	killing, slaughter ( sb ) 
gvonic	bloody ( adj ) 
gvrendue	to boast 
gvrens	hot weather, heat (sb)
gvrensvoln	heat wave
gvrin	rocky terrain (sb) 
gvud	vermin (sb) 
gwah	to go to (vtr) 
gwahmen	trestle (stage, sb) 
gwahsa	outward journey
gwahsa-reiken	round-trip
gwahsit	(he/she/it) went
gwaru	seriously (when referring to a wound; adv) 
gwarutat	gravity ( sb) 
gwaukan	resolute, determined (adj) 
gwaur	(& gwaru ) = heavy ( adj) 
gwaurach	doltish (adj & sb) 
gwaureg	oafish (adj) 
gwaurod	heavy ( adj ) 
gwayder	to expose to light   (verb)
gwayder	light ( adj) 
Gwaydra	Phaedra   
gwayrjien	outsider ( sb) 
gwayt	gait, process ( sb) 
gwehl	spring, spurt out (vint) 
gwehlbh	to calve   
gwehm	to come; gwehm ender = to come under (fig.)
gwehrd	sing (in praise) (vtr) 
gwehzd	nail (vtr) 
gweitsk	squeal (vint) 
gwelbh	uterus (sb) 
gwelon	sting of an insect
gwelos	shaft (missile; sb)
gwen	present tense base of “gwesen”; gwen(a) = woman (sb) 
gwenak	young woman 
gwenakia	boudoir ( sm ) 
gwenen dessous ( splu )	women underwear (sing) 
gwenman	consume ( vtr ) 
gwern	millstone (sb) 
gwerwr	watercress ( sb) 
gwesen	to go out (light), to switch off   
gwesen	to switch off, to go out 
gwetarm	round dance (sb)
gwetu	resin (sb) 
gweup	keep (vtr) 
gwinew	quicken, revive, renew (vtr) 
gwirlay	go/come back home (vint) 
gwis	force, vigour (sb) 
gwispituv	bracing, invigorating (adj)
gwisti	finger (sb; vx) 
gwisticuit	fin (of animals, like ducks; sb) 
gwistikerdos	fingering, fingerpicking ; kwehr- — = fingerpick (vtr., musical instrument)   
gwit	life ( sb) 
gwitsicurance	life insurance ( sb ) 
gwitsk	past tense of “gweitsk” 
gwitstandard	standard of living (sb) 
gwitstyle	lifestyle (sb) 
gwitu	world of humans/of the living   
gwiv	live (vtr ) 
gwiv	alive, living ( adj) 
gwivav	hardy (adj; ex: tree)   
gwiveina	fishpond, fish-tank (sb) 
gwiw	past tense of “gwinew” 
gwiwot	belly, paunch (sb) 
gwiwotic	corpulent, potbellied, paunchy (adj ) 
gwiya	ox nerve, bow-string (sb) 
gwodingva	ox-tongue (fungus, sb ) 
gwoflor	colchicum ( sb) 
gwohl	past tense of “gwehl” 
gwohm	came 
gwohrd	past tense of “gwehrd” 
gwohzd	past tense of “gwehzd” 
gwokol	ox-herd (sb) 
gwokolic	bucolic
gwopah	ox-herd
gworgwor	manure 
gwosta	stable (for cows) 
gwow	cow, bovine animal (sb) 
gwozd	nail (of metall) 
gwozs	studded (adj) 
gwultur	vulture
gwunet	to place side by side, to add   (material ed figurat)
gwup	past tense of “gweup” 
gwutyen	buzzard hawk
gyap	groan, yap, yelp (vint) 
gymnasiaste	pupill in a "gymnasium"
gymnasium	(comprehensive school in Central European countries)
gymnaste	gymnast
gymnastique	gymnastics (splu) 
gymnosperm	gymnosperm   
gynandromorphisme	gynandromorphism   
gyps	plaster (sb) (matter)
gyroscope	gyroscope 
habak	basil (sb) (plant) 
Habana	Havana (npb) 
habar	bustard (sb) 
habbarays	stavesacre (sb) 
habbelmosk	abelmosk (sb) 
habe	to have (irregular verb) 
habe semject samlik ad	to take after (resemblance)   
haben	had (past participle); holding (thing possessed; sb) 
habent	(they) have
habib	beloved (adj) 
habiet	(he/she/it) would have 
habilite	empower ( vtr ) 
habit	growth habit   
habitat	habitat (sb) 
hablar	bragging ( sb) 
habskw	to covet (vtr) 
habte	(you) have 
Hachepsut	Hatshepsut (npr) 
hachure	hatching (strips)   
haddock	haddock (sb)
Hades	Hades   (Is div)
hadh	border (sb) 
hadhban	border patrol serviceman (sb) 
hadia	gift, present (sb) 
hadith	hadith   
Hadrian	Hadrian
hadtha	episode, misadventure (sb) 
Hafez	Hafez (Persian poet; sb) 
hag	hedge ( sb) 
Haghia Sophia	Hagia Sophia (npr) 
hagi	Muslim pilgrim (sb) 
hagilic	Muslim pilgrimage 
hagye	to do the Muslim pilgrimage
hail	hail (to call; vtr ) 
haines	hatred ( sb) 
haissen	hate (vtr ) 
haja	query (sf ) 
hajam	barber (sb) 
hajamat	haircut ( sb) 
hajib	maid, lady-in waiting ( sb) 
hajin	camel (racing; sb) 
hajou	pamphlet (sb ) 
hajoum	assault (vtr & sb ) 
hajoumer	forward (soccer)   
hakan	really (adv ) 
hakara	insult ( sb) 
hakare	insult (vtr) 
hakhamanisch	achaemenid
hakhna	whore (sf ) 
hakike	truthful, veracious (adj ) 
hakime	wise ( adj) 
hakir	contemptible (adj) 
halak	carnage ( sb) 
halde	slag heap ( sb) 
halfback	halfback (football; sb) 
halk	gum (tooth; sb) 
halka	ring ( sb) 
hall	(big) hall   
hall	hall (sb) 
hallo !	hello ! ( interj. ) 
hallucination	hallucination (sb) 
hallucinogen	hallucinogen   
halo	halo (sb) 
halogen	haologenous (adj), halogen (sb) 
halsbehrg	hauberk (sb) 
halsbehrgion	A short hauberk with short or no sleeves.   
halsbehrgion	haubergeon
halstuk	foulard, scarf (sb) 
halt	stop ( sb & vint/vtr ) 
halva	turròn (sb) 
halwa	fruit in syrup 
halwghen	hooligan, thug (sb) 
hamal	carrier (sm ) 
hamam	hamam ( sm ) 
hamand	handle (sb) ( to take ) 
hamburger	hamburger (sb) 
hamel	ram ( sb) 
hamil	pregnant ( adj ) 
hammer	hammer (sm ) 
hamrah	accompany ( vtr ) 
hams	(we) have 
hanafi	hanafi
hand	hand (sb); hands hog ! = hands up ! 
handam	scaffolding (sb) 
handbraik	hand brake   
handbuk	handbook ( sb) 
handchirk	handkerchief ( sb) 
handdesinfector	hand sanitizer   
handdrangh	handle ( sf ) 
handduk	towel (sb) 
Handel	Handel (composer; npr)
handgranate	handgrenade (sb) (weapon) 
handicap	handicap
handsack	handbag (sb) 
handug	dexterous, skillful ( adj) 
hang	hang (vtr/vint) 
hangamah	riot (sb) 
hangar	shed (sb) 
hangbrigv	suspended bridge   
hangdauyn	zip-line, zip line, zipline, Sypline, zip wire, aerial runway, aerial ropeslide, death slide, flying fox, foefie slide   
hangdauynlift	aerial tramway (sb) 
hangel	hang, swing, dangle (vint) 
hangend garden	hanging garden (sb) 
hangher	hanger ( sb) 
hangjow	order ( vtr & sb ) (commerce) 
hangmat	hammock ( sb) 
hangpao	red envelope (Chinese tradition) ( sb) 
hank	hip (sb) 
Hanse	Hanseatic League   
hant	(they) have 
hante	haunt (vtr ) 
haps	jail, gaol   (kay taye "rlau")
haraf	malignant (adj ) 
haraj	land value tax (sb) 
haram	illegal ( adj) 
harar	rapatel ( sb ) 
harara	ardour, spirit (sb) 
harass	exhaust, harass (vtr) 
harb	destroy (vtr ) 
harbi	ramrod (sb) (guns) 
haredi	hardei
harf	harp (sb) 
haridra	turmeric (sb) 
harif	character(letter)
harihr	silkware
Harimathaya	Arimathée
Harlequin	Harlequin (npr) 
harm	+ acc. = harm (vtr) 
harmonia	harmony (sb) 
harmonica	harmonica (sb) 
harmonieus	harmonious
harmonise	harmonize (vtr) 
haroub	carob (sb) 
harpia	harpy ( sb ) 
harpoun	harpoon ( sb) 
has	(thou) hast, (you) have 
hasard	chance, coincidence (sb) 
hasardeus	hazardous ( adj ) 
hashtag	number sign #   
hasin	desolating (adj ) 
haspel	reel ( sb ) 
hassa	( & bilhassa) = mostly ( adv ) 
hassad	envious (adj) 
hassadia	envy ( sf ) 
hassidi	hassidic (adj. & sb)
hassidut	hassidic judaism
hassile	acquire, get (vtr); way out, outcome (sb) 
hassir	doormat ( sb) 
hasswra	littered (sf ) 
hast	speed ( vtr ) 
hast	haste (sb) 
hastic	precipitate, hasty (adj) 
hat	has; hat (sb) 
hatar	hatter
hathkari	(sing.) = handcuffs (splu) 
hatschback	hatchback (car)   
hatta	even (adv) 
haubiza	howitzer   
hauki	swordfish ( sb) 
haul	haul (vtr ) 
hauptwakht	guard corps (sb) 
haus	draw (from a well; vtr) 
hausa	hausa
haussal	crop, jabot (sb) 
hava	air (sb) (atmosphere); airs (splu) 
haven	haven (sb) 
havenback	jetty, pier (sb) 
haver	doe (sb) 
Havila	Havilah (npr) 
Haway	Hawaii
hawz	artificial pool (sb) 
hay	go! ( to one person) 
haya	sense of modesty (sb) 
hayd	hell ( sb) ( religion ) 
Hayderabad	Hyderabad (npr) 
hayduc	goon (sb)
hayp	hype   (vtr + sb)
hayran	amazed (adj) 
hayriene	amazement (sb) 
haysa	infectious disease, plague (sb) 
hayte	let's go ! (to several persons) 
haythiya	recital (law)   
Hayti	Haiti (npr) 
hayvan	tiny creature (sb) 
hayz	periods (woman)   
hazara	hazara (adj. & sb)
hazrat	Highness (sb)
Hebron	Hebron 
Hecate	Hecate (npr) 
heck	stern ( sb ) 
heckel	heckle (vtr) 
heckelphone	heckelphone (sb)
hectare	hectare (sb) 
hectic	hectic (adj)
Hector	Hector   
hedge fund	hedge fund
hedonisme	hedonism   
hedonisme	hedonism
Hedwig	Hedwig   
heft	booklet (sb) 
hegemon	hegemon
hehlp	help (vint/vtr & sb) 
heih	to hit 
heir	army (as opposed to navy and air force)
Heisenbergsk nebestohmenkweitsrelation	Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle 
Helene	Helen (npr) 
Heliaya	Heliaia   
helicoidal	helical   
helicopter	helicopter (sb) 
heliocentrisme	heliocentrism   
heliocentrisme	heliocentrism
helipad	helipad (sb) 
helix	helix (sb)
Hellad	Greece (npr) 
Helle	Helle (npr) 
hellen	Greek (adj. & sb) 
hellenistic	hellenistic
helm	helmet (sb) 
helmbrekht	high-liver, pleasure seeker (sb) 
helot	helot (sb) 
helt	barrel, stock, trunk, shaft (sb) 
hem	home ( sb ) 
hemchange	move (change of home; sb) 
hemisphere	hemisphere   
hemoglobin	hemoglobin (sb) 
hempedaler	exercise bicycle   
hemphel	rosa arvensis ( sb) 
hemport	port of call 
hen	hen ( sb) 
henghehrd	farmyard ( sb) 
Henoch	Enoch (npr) 
Henric	Henry, Harry (npr)
hensel	harass (vtr) 
hepatitis	hepatitis (sb) 
Hephaystos	Hephaestus   
her	here (adv) 
Hera	era   
heraklei	Herculean (ex: task, effort, ect)   
herakleitei	heraclitean   
herakleitei	Heraclitean
Herakleitos	Heraclitus   
Herakleitos	Heraclitus
Herakleus	Heracles (npr) 
Herakleusios Colunns	Pillars of Hercules (splu) 
herald	herald (sb) 
herb	herb (sb) 
herbat	herbal tea (sb) 
herbehrg	inn   
herbehrg	to harbour (vtr)   
herbehrg	inn (for overnight; sb); harbour (vtr) 
herbicide	herbicide
herbivore	herbivorous   
herboriste	herbalist (sb)
Herceg os Alba	Duke of Alba (npr) 
herd	stove (sb) 
hered	heir (sb) 
heredat	legacy (sb) (what we have inherited) 
hereditar	hereditary (adj) 
heresie	heresy (sb) 
heretic	heretic
hering	herring (sb) 
heritage	heritage (sb) 
herite	inherit (a thing; vtr) 
hermelin	ermine ( sb) 
hermeneutique	hermeneutics   
Hermes	Hermes   
hermetic	hermetic (adj) 
herodian	herodian (adj. & sb)
Herodias	Herodias
Herodos	Herod (npr) 
Herodotos	Herodotus (npr) 
heron	heron ( sb) 
heroy	hero ( sb ) 
heroyic	heroic (adj) 
heroyine	heroin (drug; sb)
hertz	hertz (sb) 
Hesiod	Hesiod ( npr ) 
hesitation	hesitation (sb) 
hesite	hesitate
Hesperides	Hesperides (splu)
Hesse	Hesse (npr) 
hessian	hessian (cloth; sb)
Hestia	Hestia   
hetero	straight (heterosexual)   
heterogene	heterogeneous (adj)
heterogeneitat	heterogeneity
heterotroph	heterotroph   
hetman	captain (in the army; sb) 
hetro	hither (adv) 
heudel	snuggle ( vpr ) 
heul	yell, howl ( vtr ) 
heumpouce	skunk (sb) 
heungher	hunger ( sb & vint ) 
heunghernd	hungry, starving (adj ) 
heupon	rose hip (sb) 
heurt	hit, hurt (vtr ) 
heurv	to act like a whore 
heut	boo (vtr ) 
hevd	week (sb ) 
hevdend	weekend   
heyba	imposing bearing 
hezdion	tow, oakum (sb) 
hiatus	hiatus   
hidaya	righteousness ( sb) 
hideus	hideous ( adj ) 
hieb	had 
hiebit	(he/she/it) had 
hielt	past tense of “halt” 
hieng	past tense of “hang” 
hiengel	past tense of ‘hangel” 
hierarchia	hierarchy ( sb) 
hierarchic	hierarchical ( adj ) 
hierarchise	to organize into a hierarchy ( vtr ) 
hierb	past tense of “harb” 
hierm	past tense of “harm” 
hieroglyph	hieroglyph ( sb) 
Hieronymus Bosch	Hieronymus Bosch (npr) 
Hierophant	Hierophant ( tarot) 
hiest	past tense of “hast” 
hieul	past tense of “haul” 
hieus	past tense of “haus” 
hiey	tonka bean 
hih	past tense of “heih” 
Hijase	Hejaz   
hijra	hijra (sb) 
hila	cunning ( sb) ( special trick ) 
hilal	moon crescent ( sb) 
Hildegarde os Bingen	Hildegarde os Bingen (npr) 
hin	(& hina) = until 
Hind	India ( npr ) 
hinder	ud = to hinder from 
hindi	Indian (adj. & sb); Hindi Ocean = Indian Ocean
Hinduism	Hinduism (sb) 
hingol	neigh (vint) 
Hipparkhos	Hipparchus   
Hipparkhos	Hipparchus
hippie	hippie
hippocampus	hippocampus   (kers)
Hippocrates	Hippocrates (npr) 
hippogriff	hippogriff (sb)
Hippolyte	Hippolyta   (ster)
Hippolytos	Hippolytus   (ner nam)
Hippomenes	Hipomenes (npr) 
hippopotam	hippopotamus (sb) 
hirassat	custody of a child ( sb ) 
hirotonia	ordination ( sb ) 
hirotonise	order ( vtr ) (a priest ) 
hirs	readiness (sb) 
hirsic	eager ( adj ) 
Hiskiyah	Hezekiah (npr) 
hissab	calculate (vtr ) 
hissabpianji	spreadsheet (sb) 
hissabschiber	slide rule
hissan	thoroughbred (sb; horse) 
hisse	to hoist 
histologic	histologic   
historia	history (sb) 
historian	historian (sb)
historic	historic (adj)
histrionic	histrionic   
hit	hit (music, base-ball; sb) 
Hittite	Hittite (adj , sb) 
HIV	(Human Immunodeficience Virus) = HIV (sb) 
HIV-positive	HIV-positive
ho	I have 
hoan	defer, adjourn, postpone (vtr) 
hoax	hoax (sb) 
hoay	Japanese pagoda tree (sb) 
hobbit	hobbit (adj & sb) 
hock	crouch (vpr) 
hockment	squat (exercise)   
hocus-pocus	hocus-pocus (https://www.academia.edu/23324580/Grammaire_de_Proto-Indo-Europ%C3%A9en_PIE_sb) 
hofarta	(female) matchmaker (sb)
hofdame	lady-in-waiting (court) 
hofmayster	tutor, hofmeister (sb) 
hog	high (adj) 
hoge	height (sb) 
hogtos keipen	high-angle shot   (photo, film)
hohlp	past tense of “hehlp” 
hoien	past tense of “hoan” 
hois	(.... ciois) = on the one hand .... on the other one 
hol	whole, integer ( adj ) 
hol plang	to cry all the time 
hold-up	robbery (sb) 
holding	holding company
holk	saddle-bag 
Holland	Holland (npr) 
hollandish	hollands (adj) 
holm	reef ( sb ) 
holocaust	holocaust ( sb) 
Holofernes	Holofernes   
hologramme	hologram (sb) 
holost	holosteum   
holster	holster (sb., vtr.)   
holter-monitor	Holter monitor   
homage	tribute, homage (sb) 
homeostase	homeostasis (sb) 
Homer	Homer (npr) 
homilia	homily   
hominida	hominid
homogenisation	homogenisation   
homologh	homologous   
homologh	to commit oneself to; homologous (adj.); counterpart, opposite number (sb) 
homophobia	homophobia
homosexual	homosexual (adj & sb)
honar	noisy (adj) 
honeste	honest (adj) 
honestia	honesty (sb) 
honn	disdain, contempt (sb) 
honnic	dismissive, disdainful   
honnise	disgrace (vtr) 
honor	honor ( sb) 
honorable	honorable (adj) 
honorar	honorary (adj); honorars = fees (ex: for a lawyer)
honore	honor ( vtr ) 
hor	hour ( sb ) ( duration) 
Horace	Horace (Roman writer; npr) 
horde	horde ( sb) 
hordover	hors d'oeuvre (sb) 
horgn	barn ( sb ) 
horizont	horizon ( sb ) 
horloge	clock ( sb) 
horlong	hourly (adj & adv) 
hormone	hormone (sb) 
Hormose	Hormuz
horn	horn (sb) 
hornwehrg	hornwork (fortification)   
horoscope	horoscope (sb) 
horror	horror ( sb) 
horrorsroman	horror novel (sb) 
hortensia	hydrangea
hortghehrd	orchard (sb) 
horvat	Croatian (n. & adj) 
hosanna	hosanna
hospital	hospital (sb) 
Hospitaliar	Hospitaller (adj, sb) (Templar Order) 
host	host   (internet, nomen & verb)
host lyegher	host layer   (internet)
hostile	hostile (adj) 
hostilitat	hostility (sb) 
hotdog	hot dog   
hotel	hotel (sb ) 
hotelier	hotelier (sb) 
hotellerie	hospitality industry   
hotspot	hotspot (geology, sb) 
houthi	houthi
hovercraft	hovercraft ( sb) 
howkschece	pothole ( fig ) 
hoybel	plane (sb; tool ) 
hoyd	today (adv) 
hoyer	pay (in the Navy, on ships; sb) 
Hrvatska	Croatia ( npr ) 
huckem	judgement, conviction ( sb) 
hudel	past tense of “heudel” 
hue !	Gee up ! 
Hugo	Hugh (npr)
hukah	hookah (sb) 
hul	past tense of “hul” 
hulkum	adam 's apple 
human	humane (adj.)   
human sciences	human sciences   
humanisme	humanism (sb) 
humanitar	humanitarian (adj); humanitar intervention = humanitarian intervention
humanoid	humanoid (adj & sb) 
humil	humble ( adj) 
humilye	to humiliate (vtr)
humor	humo(u)r   
humoristic	humorous (adj)
humour	humo(u)r   
humus	humus (sb) 
hungher	hunger (sb)   
hungher	hunger (sb) 
hungric	hungry   
hungric	hungry (adj) 
hurcan	hurricane (sb) 
hurr	free (when refering to an untethered animal) 
Hurrah !	Hooray ! (interj) 
hurt	past tense of “heurt” 
hurv	past tense of “heurv” 
hurva	whore   
hurva	whore ( sb) (!) 
Husayn	Hussein ( npr ) 
hushyar	aware ( adj ) 
hussar	hussar ( sb) 
husur	comfort (vtr ) 
hut	past tense of “heut” 
hyacinth	hyacinth (npr & sb mineral) 
hyaukwsia	gossamer (sb) 
hybride	hybrid (adj & sb) 
hydra	hydra (sb) 
hydrant	fire hydrant
hydrargwrnt	mercury (sb) (element) 
hydraulic	hydraulic (adj); hydraulic fracturation = hydraulic fracturing
hydraulic kyenk	hydraulic tappet   
hydraulic vren	hydraulic ram   
hydrocarbon	hydrocarbon
hydrocephalus	hydrocephalus sick (adj & sb) 
hydrocracking	hydrocracking   
hydrodesulphuration	hydrodesulfurization   
hydroelectric	hydroelectric (adj)
hydrogen	hydrogen (sb) 
hyena	hyena (sb)
hygiene	hygiene
hygienic tampon	tampon (mass of absorbent material)   
hygnot	huguenot   
hygnot	huguenot   
hyls	(cartridge) case 
hymne	hymn (sb) 
hyperbole	hyperbola, hyperbole   
hyperborean	Hyperborean (adj , sb) 
Hypereides	Hypereides (npr) 
hypertension	hypertension, high blood pressure   
hypnose	hypnosis (sb) 
hypnotic	hypnotic, soporific ( adj ) 
hypnotise	hypnotize (vtr) 
hypocrisis	hypocrisy
hypocrite	hypocrite (sb); hypocritical (adj) 
hypophyse	pituitary gland ( sb) 
hypotension	hypotension, low blood pressure   
hypotheque	hypothec ( sb) 
hypothese	hypothesis ( sb) 
hyrkani	Hyrcanian (adj , sb)
hysteria	hysteria
hysteric	hysteric(al)
i	they, them (undetermined plural) ; the (undetermined plural nominative & accusative)
ia	she ; they, them (neutral) ; the (feminine singular nominative ; neutral plural nominative and accusative)
ia Anthesteria	Anthesteria   
ia Bell Aiwoswohpa	the Sleeping Beauty 
ia Gionconda	Mona Lisa ( npr ) 
ia Indias	the Indies (splu) 
ia Lenaya	the Lenaia (plu. in Sambahsa)   (plural nomen in Sambahsa)
ia Lumens	the Enlightenment (History ) 
ia Panathenaya	Panathenaic Games   (n.plu.)
iad	venom ( sb ) 
iadic	poisonous (adj ) 
iam	her (personal pronoun feminine singular accusative); the (feminine singular accusative); of the (feminine plural genitive)
Iamblikh	Iamblichus   
Iamblikh	Iamblichus
ianschi	long-sighted (adj & sb) 
ias	they; the (feminine plural nominative); of the (genitive feminine singular)
iawod	let's hope that (conj)
ib	lest (conj) 
ibam	hallux, big toe 
Iberic peninsule	Iberian peninsula   
ibis	ibis
iblis !	deuce ! devil ! (interj) 
Ibn Khaldoun	Ibn Khaldun   
ibo	lest (conj.)   
ibo	lest (conj.)   
ibo	lest (conj) 
ibrat	admonition (sb) 
ibri	Hebrew (adj. & n.) 
ibrick	ewer (sb) 
ibs	to them; to the (mas. and neut. plural)
icon	icon (sb) 
iconoclaste	iconoclast(ic)   
Iconomachie	Byzantine Iconoclasm   
id	it; the (neutral singular nominative & accusative) 
id Areios Pagos	Areos Pagos (npr) 
id ghutt, quod upertrahnt id wedsaat	the straw that breaks the camel's back   
Id Mier Antsalg	the Great Escape (movie) 
id predien	the eve 
id-on	id (psychologia)   
idafa	supplement ( sb) 
idafi	additional ( adj) 
idee	idea (sb) 
identic	identical (adj)
identificator	identifier (internet)   (internet)
identitat	identity (sb) 
ideogramme	ideogram (sb)
idiome	idiom (sb) 
idiosyncrasia	idiosyncrasy (sb)
idiot	idiot (adj & sb)
IDM	(Ion Dwin-Motor) = TIE (Star Wars; sb) 
idol	idol (sb) 
idolater	idolize (vtr); idolater, idolatrous
idolatrie	idolatry
ids	its 
idyll	idyll
ieftin	cheap (adj) 
ieg	past tense of “ag” 
iel	past tense of “al” 
ielbhe	whiteness (sb) 
Ielcin	Yeltsin (npr)
ielg	each (adj) (for more than 2) 
ielgv	past tense of “algv” 
ielm	elm (sb ) 
iemer	past tense of “amer” 
iendh	past tense of “andh” 
iens	them / the (masculine plural accusative) 
ienswan	hydrochloric acid (sb) 
ienter	husband's brother's wife (sb) 
ienzui	bulb (sb ) ( anatomy) 
ienzwa	relaxation ( sb ) 
iep	past tense of “ap” 
ier	past tense of “ar” 
Ierevan	Yerevan (npr) 
ierk	past tense of “ark” 
ies	they & the (masculine plural nominative) 
Ieschaya	Isaiah
ieschke	tinder, touchwood (sb) 
ieter	either, each (adj) (of 2) 
ieu	past tense of “au” 
ieug	past tense of “aug” 
ieum	past tense of “aum” 
ieun	“good path” 
ieur	heard (past tense); they lacked 
ieurgh	past tense of "aurgh"
ieusdeh	to perfect (legal proceedings)
ieusk	past tense of “ausk” 
ieust	just, fair (adj) 
ieustet	fairness   
ieustet	fairness
iev	cereal, fruit, berry (sb) 
iey	past tense of “ay” : said, did say (in dialogues), considered as
ieydh	past tense of “aydh” 
ieygw	past tense of “aygw” 
ieyr	past tense of “ayr” 
ieysgwn	past tense of “aysgwn” 
iezwl	past tense of “azwl” 
ifrat	damned, hellishly (adv) (!) 
iftara	defamation (sb) 
iftare	to libel, slender (vtr)
ighdu	catch (sb; hunting, fishing) 
ighnos	track, trail, lead, traces 
ighnue	to track (vtr) 
Ignatius os Loyola	Ignatius of Loyola ( npr ) 
ignimbrit	ignimbrite (sb) 
ignition-kier	spark plug   
ignoble	vile ( adj) 
ignominie	ignominy   
ignominieus	appalling (adj) 
ignorant	ignorant (adj)
ignore	ignore (vtr)   
iguana	iguana   
iguanodon	iguanodon (sb) 
igumen	Prior ( sb; Church) 
igumena	mother superior   (convent)
ih	past tense of “eih” 
ihatta	(sing) = surroundings (splu) 
ijab	grant (vtr ) 
ijadh	device ( sb) 
ijar	renting, hiring (sb) 
ijbaric	compulsory (adj ) 
ijmal	overview (sb) 
Iker	Icarus ( npr ) 
ikhlas	natural, genuine ( adj ) 
ikhsan	good deed 
ikhtar	notice, warning (sb) 
ikhtiaj	need, want (poverty; sb) 
ikhtiar	voluntary, unpaid ( adj , sb) 
ikhtilaf	disagreement (sb) 
ikhtiram	bow, curtey (sb) 
ikhtissar	summary ( sb) 
iklime	climate (sb) ( region ) 
ikrar	acknowledgment of receipt (sb) 
ikri	fish egg (sb) 
iktissad	(sing) = savings (splu) 
iktissadic	thrifty (adj) 
il	muddy (adj); silt (sb) 
il Capitano	il Capitano   
ilahi !	divine goodness ! 
ilaj	medical treatment ( sb) 
ilay	to burst out laughing 
ilhali	whereas (conj) 
Iliad	Iliad (npr) 
ilkhani	ilkhanate (adj.)   
ill	slime, slimy   
illat	ailment (sb) (slight illness) 
illicit	illegal (adj)
illuminat	illuminate, crank (adj & sb) 
illumine	illuminate (vtr) 
illusor	illusory   
illustre	illustrate (vtr)
ilm	skill (sb) 
iltija	supplication (sb) 
im	to them/of them (undetermined plural dative & genitive); to the/of the (undetermined plural dative & genitive)
image	image (sb) (fig) 
imaginar	imaginary (adj.)   
imaginar	imaginary
imaginarium	imagination (way to figure out)   
imagine	imagine (vtr)
imara	building, construction (sb) (result) 
imbecile	fool ( adj , sb) 
imdadh	aid (sb & vtr) 
imite	imitate (vtr)
imkan	capacity (sb) 
imla	dictation (sb) (school) 
imle	to dictate (a text)   
immaculat	immaculat (adj); Immaculat Conception = Immaculate Conception
immanent	immanent   
immatriculation	registration (at the university)
immediat	immediate   
immediatia	immediateness   
immemorial	timeless ( adj ) 
immense	immense (adj) 
immigrant	immigrant (adj & sb) 
imminence	imminence   
imminent	imminent (adj)
immix	(se -) = to interfere (vint)
immobilise	immobilize, stop (vtr) 
immoral	immoral
immuable	immutable (adj) 
immunologia	immunology   
immunologia	immunology
immunresponse	immune response   
immunsysteme	immune system (sb) 
impactvehrten	impact assessment
impasse	impasse (fig., sb) 
impassive	impassive (adj ) 
impatience	impatience (sb) 
impatient	impatient
impedeih	embarrass, bother ( vtr ) 
impediment	hitch ( sb) ( obstacle ) 
impehl	to seal off, fill in (vtr) 
imperator	Emperor (sb); Is Imperator = The Emperor (tarot) 
imperatrice	Empress (sb); ia Imperatrice = The Empress (tarot) 
imperieus	imperious   
imperieus	imperious
impersonal	impersonal   
implacable	relentless ( adj) 
implant	implant (sb) 
implante	implant (vtr.)   
impleh	assuage, satisfy (vtr) 
implehc	entangle, twist (vtr) 
implicit	implicit (adj)
implie	imply (vtr) 
implohca	imbrication, interweaving   
implohca	imbrication
implore	implore (vtr) 
import	(& importation) = import (sb ) 
important	important ( adj) 
importe	to matter (+ dat.) ; to import 
imposant	large, impressive ( adj ) 
imposen	impose (vtr)
impost	tax (sb); past participle of "imposen"
impressem	impress ( vtr ) 
impression	impression (sb) 
imprisible	impregnable   
imprisible	impregnable (adj) 
impromptu	impromptu, sudden (adj) 
improvis	(& improviden) = unexpectedly, without warning (adv) 
improvise	(vtr) = improvise 
improviset explosive jihase	improvised explosive device 
impudent	brazen (adj ) 
impulse	impulse   
imputable	imputable ( adj) 
imtihan	exam (sb) 
imtihansuwal	examination question (sb) 
in	in (prep) 
in absentia	in absentia
in avance	in advance 
in civil	in civilian clothes   
in direct	(& layv) = live (adj) 
in flagranti delicto	in flagrante delicto 
in regard	+ genitive = in comparison to 
in unisson	in unison ( adv ) 
inab	bunch of grapes (sb) 
inaccessible	inaccessible (adj) 
inadvertentce-ye	inadvertently (adv) 
inalienable	inalienable (adj) 
inanition	inanition   
inappettitant	unappetising (adj)
inat	stubborn (sb) 
incandescent	incandescent (adj)
incantation	incantation (sb) 
incarnat	(incarnatpemb) = incarnato (colour)
incarne	incarnate (vtr) 
incest	incest (sb & adj) 
inch	inch (sb) (measure) 
incid	[intsId] = to notch, to cut (vtr) 
incident	incident (adj & sb)
incinerator	incinerator
incinere	incinerate   
incisive	incisive (adj) 
incivilitat	incivility   
incivilitat	incivility
includ	include (vtr); incl.(udend) VAT = all taxes included
incognito	incognito (adj/adv)
incommensurable	incalculable (adj) 
incommunicado	incommunicado (adj & adv)
inconscient	inconscient (adj) 
inconsiderat	inconsiderate ( adj ) 
incontienence	incontinence   (urinar)
incontre	to encounter   
inconvenient	disadvantage (sb) 
incredule	incredulous ( adj ) 
incube	incubate   
inculque	inculcate (vtr ) 
incumebh	(+ acc.) = fall to (as a responsibility)
incurr	to run (a risk)
incutt	anvil (sb) 
indenegable	undeniable (adj)
indentation	indentation (style)   
indentation	indent style 
independent	independent (adj) 
inder	invigorating (adj) (fig.) 
indeulg	(semject ad semanghen) = forgive (vtr) 
index	(book or Censorship) = index (sb) 
indexe	index (vtr) 
indian	Indian (adj & sb; native American) 
Indian lient	Indian summer   
indibitable	indubitable 
indice	index; clue (sb) 
indienne	indienne   (woibh)
indifferent	indifferent (adj) 
indigestion	indigestion
indignat	indignant (adj) 
indignation	indignation (sb) 
indigo	indigo   
indigo magv	indigo child   
indiscret	indiscreet   
individu	individual (sb) 
indivision	indivision
indo-gangetic plain	indo-gangetic plain
indoctrination	indoctrination
indolent	indolent (adj) 
Indonesia	Indonesia (npr) 
indonesian	indonesian (adj. & sb)
indubitable	indubitable   
induc	induce   
inductance	inductance (sb) 
induction	induction (sb) 
indulgence	gentleness, leniency (sb) 
Indus	Indus (npr) 
industrial	industrial (adj) 
industrial proprietat	industrial property 
industrie	industry (sb) 
industrieus	industrious (adj)
inediht	unprecedented, original (for book, TV shows, etc, like in "The author is working on new original stories")   (pro buks, TV skaus, etc)
ineluctable	ineluctable (adj) 
inept	inept (adj) 
inert	inert (adj) 
inexorable	inexorable (adj) 
inextricable	inextricable (adj) 
infallible	infallible (adj)
infam	infamous (adj) 
infanticide	infanticide (the action)   
infanticider	infanticide (the person)   
infantile	infantile, childish (adj) 
infarct	coronary (sb; illness)
infec	to infect (vtr)   
infectieus	infectious (adj)
infernise	make one's life hell   
inferno	inferno (sb) 
infeste	infest (vtr ) 
infiltration	infiltration (sb) 
infim	tiny (adj ) 
infinitesimal	infinitesimal   
infinitive	infinitive
infirmerie	infirmary (sb)
inflammable	flammable (adj) 
inflammation	inflammation (sb) 
inflation	inflation   
inflation	inflation
inflig	to inflict   
inflorescence	inflorescence   
influe	to influence
influence	influence (sb & vtr)
influenza	flu (sb) 
informal	informal
information	information (sb) 
informationsloquet	information desk 
informatique	computer science ( sb) 
informatiquer	Computer Systems Officer (sb) 
informe	inform (vtr; + acc. of the person) 
infraction	infraction   
infrarudh	infrared   
infrarudh	infra-red
infreg	offender, trespasser (sb) 
infrutescence	infrutescence   
infuned	brew, infuse (vtr) 
infusion	infusion (sb)
ingan	to strive to (+ acc.)
ingenieur	engineer (sb) 
ingenieurie	engineering ( sb) 
ingenue	naïve (adj & sb) 
ingnaht	(& ingnahn) = innate ( adj ) 
ingot	ingot ( sb) 
ingredient	ingredient   
ingredient	ingredient (sb) 
inhalt	contain (vtr & sb) 
inherent	inherent (adj ) 
inikas	sheen, glint (sb) 
initieit	insider; initiate (sb) 
injec	to inject (vtr)   
injection	injection (sb) 
injection pumpe	injection pump   
injector	injector   
injustice	injustice (sb) 
inkap	to begin 
inkap	(& inkapem) = beginning (sb) 
inkapem	beginning (sb.)   
inkapia	( sing. ) = beginnings ( splu ) 
inkaptos	immediately ( adv) 
inkaptos footballer	starter, starting player, first-choice player, first teamer (soccer)   
inkar	+ acc. = to refuse to, disobedient 
inkiep	began 
inkoim	to move (into a new home) 
inlandsis	ice sheet (sb) 
inlyeig	to invest (some money), to place 
inlyoiga	money investment, placing (sb) 
inner	interior, inner (adj) 
innocent	innocent (adj & sb) 
innove	innovate (vtr) 
inocule	to inoculate (vtr)   
inpiut	input (sb)
Inquisition	Inquisition (sb) 
inreid	chariot-fighter   
insaf	awareness (sb) 
insafeih	to make (someone) aware
insaluber	insalubrious (adj) 
inschallah	Allah willing !
inscrib	( inscrìb ) = inscribe (vtr) 
insect	insect (sb) 
insemination	insemination (sb)
inser	to insert (vtr)   
inside job	inside job (crime)   
insidieus	insidious (adj) 
insignificant	insignificant (adj) 
insinue	insinuate (vtr) 
insist	+ acc. = to insist on 
inslah	fall back ( vpr ) (vehicle) 
insodd	passenger (of an aircraft; sb) 
insolent	insolent, cheeky (adj) 
insolvence proceddure	(sing.) = insolvency proceedings
insomnia	insomnia (disease; sb) 
inspection	inspection (sb) 
inspire	inspire (vtr)
instable	unstable (adj) 
installateur	plumber (sb) 
installe	to install (vtr)
instant	moment, instant (sb) 
instantan	instant (adj) 
instar	following the example of   
instaure	institute (vtr) 
instehl	to set up (vtr) 
inster	(sing) = entrails, bowels (splu) 
instet	instead (of) (prep) 
instinct	instinct (sb) 
instruction	instruction (guideline; sb) 
instrument	instrument (sb) 
instrumentalise	to make a tool of
instuned	smash (vtr) 
instus	past participle & past tense of “instuned” 
insular	island (adj); islander (sb) 
insule	island (sb)
insulin	insulin   
insulin	insulin 
insult	cerebrovascular accident
insurgent	insurgent
insurrection	insurrection, insurgency   
insurreg	to rebel (vint)
intact	intact   
intangible	intangible (adj.)
intant	in the meantime (adv) 
integher	integer (adj) (number) 
integral	integral; full   
integrisme	integrism
integumentar systeme	integumentary systeme (sb) 
intellect	intellect (sb) 
intellectual	intellectual (adj & sb); intellectual vetat = intellectual property
Intelligence Service	Intelligence Service
intelligentsia	intelligentsia   
intemperance	intemperance
intendance	supply corps, supplies office (sb) 
intendant	steward (sb) 
intense	intense (adj) 
intensive agriculture	intensive agriculture
inter	between (prep) 
interag	interact (vtr.)   
interdeck	steerage (sb)
interdeh	forbid, prevent (vtr) 
interessant	interesting (adj) 
interesse	interest (sb & vtr) 
interessen conflict	conflict of interests (sb) 
interface	interface
interference	interference (ex. on radio; sb) 
interfrette	the space between frets (of a guitar)   
interieur	interior (home, sb)   (uns hem)
interior	interior (adj) 
interjection	interjection   
interlatte	side purlin (sb)
interlocue	to take aback (vtr) 
interlocutor	talker (sb) 
intermedyo	intermediary (adj)
interminable	interminable (adj)
intermittent	intermittent ( adj) 
international	international (sb)   
International Monetar Fund	International Monetary Fund 
interne	to confine (ex: a disabled person, a prisoner) 
Internet	Internet ( sb) 
interplehc	intertwine (vtr) 
interprete	interpret (vtr.)   
interpreter	interpreter (computing)   
interpreter	interpreter (computing)
interreup	to break off (vint)
interrobang	interrobang   
interrogation	questioning (sb) 
interrumep	to interrupt (vtr) 
interrup	past tense of “interrumep” 
intersehr	intertwine (vtr) 
interspecific	interspecific   
interstice	crack, chink (sb)
interstitial	interstitial   
intertehm	to decide between
intertolk	interview (talk)   (tayt "khwaytanshienciu")
intervall	intervall (sb)
interventionisme	interventionism (sb)
interview	interview (journalism)   (journalisme)
inthronisation	enthronement
intikal	translation (sb) (of a corpse) 
intim	intimate (adj) 
intimide	intimidate (vtr ) 
intizam	riot control ( sb) 
intizar	expectation (sb) 
intraspecific	intraspecific   
intriga	intrigue, conspiracy (sb) 
intrigo	plot (of a story)   
intrinsec	intrinsic
introduc	introduce (vtr) 
intrud	intrude (vtr)
intrus	intruder (sb) 
intuition	intuition (sb) 
inutil	useless   
invad	invade (vtr) 
invalid	diabled (adj & sb) 
invective	invective (sb) 
invent	to invent (vtr)
inventar	inventory, stocktaking (sb) 
invers	inverse, reverse (adj)
investigation	investigation (sb) 
investion	investment (sb) 
investiture	nomination, appointment   
investiture	investiture
invincible	invincible   
invincible	invincible
invite	invite (vtr) 
involv	involve (vtr)
invoque	call forth, invoke (vtr) 
inzir	dried fig (sb) 
io	I (unstressed pronoun) 
iod	iodine (sb) 
iodoform	iodoform   
Iohannes	John (sb) 
Iohannes is Dimaschki	John of Damascus   
iom	him; the (masculine accusative singular); of the (masculine & neutral genitive plural)
ion	oin (sb) 
ionan	Ionian ( sb , adj ) 
ios	of the (nominative & neutral singular) 
Iphicles	Iphicles   
Iphigenie	Iphigenia   
ir	their 
irasc	get angry (vpr) (person) 
irascible	irascible   
irat	angry ( adj)
iris	iris (sb) 
irisat	iridescent (adj)
Iristan	Ossetia (npr) 
irk	tribe, people (sb) 
iron	Ossetian, Alan (adj & sb) 
ironia	irony   
ironia	irony
irracund	irritable (adj) 
irradye	irradiate (vtr)
irreup	to burst in (vint)
irreversible	irreversible (adj)
irrevocable	irrevocable (adj) 
irrigation	irrigation (sb) 
irritable	irritable ( adj ) 
irritat	annoyed ( adj ) 
irrite	to irritate 
irsal	to broadcast 
irsh	chamois leather, shammy 
is	he; the (masculine singular nominative) 
Is Baygat	The Magician ( sb ) ( Tarot ) 
is Cid	el Cid   
ischbat	assert ( vtr ) 
ischtihar	notice, circular letter (sb) 
iser	sacred (adj); Iser Ansu = Holy Ghost; iser gordos = sacred place (sb); Iser Seddos = Holy See
isern	(of) iron (adj); isern virgen = iron maiden (torture)
Isfahan	Isfahan (npr) 
isghen	rawboned, bony (adj) 
isgur	fierce, relentless, unremitting 
Isidore	Isidore ( npr ) 
iskw	past tense of “eiskw” 
iskwehr	ensure ( vpr ) 
Islam	Islam (npr) 
Islami	Islamic (adj) 
islamiste	islamist
Islending	Icelander   (weiker, nomen)
islensk	Icelandic   (adjective)
Ismayil	Ismael, Ismail
isnah	exalt, excite, arouse (vtr) 
isog	pike (fish; sb) 
isoglosse	isogloss (sb)
isolant	isolating (adj) (language) 
isolantbande	insulating tape   
isolationisme	isolationism
isolator 	insulator   (electricitat)
Isolda	Iseult   
isole	isolate (vtr ) 
isoleglas schibpaquet	insulated glazing ( sb) 
isorn	kingfisher ( sb) 
isoscel	isosceles ( adj ) 
issehal	diarrhea ( sb ) 
Istanbul	Istanbul (npr) 
istar	star (sb) 
istia	(old) brick (wall; sb) 
istifa	resignation (sf ) 
istifsar	to ask for information 
istikamat	integrity ( sf ) ( honesty) 
istikhath	seek help 
istikhbara	piece of information 
istilah	   (poitt ghehlde pro lurhats)
istilah	term (sb) (speech) 
istirahat	relaxation (sb) (rest) 
isu	arrow (sb) 
isue	to arrow (vtr)
iswehr	well up (vint) 
iswor	spring, source (sb) 
it	(& ithan) = so, this way (adv) 
itab	discontent (sb) 
itabic	dissatisfied
itabise	to dissatisfy, annoy   
itak	that's why 
item	item (sb) 
iter	once again, anew (adv) 
Ithake	Ithaca (npr) 
Ithakessi	Ithacan (adj)
ithan	so, this way
iti	thus (replaces punctuation, separates verbs, etc...)   
itikaf	retreat (religion)   (religion !)
itiraf	confession, to confess
itnamt	(& itnamen) = so- called ( adj) 
itner	itinerary, route (sb) 
itnermap	roadmap
ittifak	blunder ( sb) 
ittifak-ye	by mistake (adv) 
Iudaya	Judea ( npr ) 
ivor	ivory 
izhar	display (vtr , fig ) 
izmar	sea bream (sb)
ja	already (adv) 
jaal	plagiarism (sb ) 
jaalise	to plagiarize   
jabak	colt ( sb) 
Jabal	Jabal (npr) 
jabba	gown, robe (sb) 
jabbar	powerful ( adj ) 
jabran	forcibly (adv) 
Jacob	Jacob, Jacques ( npr ) 
Jacobite	Jacobite (sb, adj ) 
jade	jade (sb) 
jadide	new, not worn out (adj) 
jadwal	scale, schedule ( sb) 
jaguar	jaguar
jahannam	Gehenna ( sf ) 
jahar	aloud 
jahil	ignorant (adj) 
Jakarta	Jakarta (npr) 
jakhd	toil, toiling (sb) 
jaldi	fast, quickly (adv) 
jalnic	pathetic, pitiful (adj) 
jalous	jealous (adj) 
jalouse	to envy (vtr)
jalousie	jalousie window   (fenster)
Jamayca	Jamaica (npr) 
jamb	leg (sb); to stride over (vtr) 
jamel	bell-wether (sb) 
jamile	nice, pretty (adj) 
jamiya	grouping (sb); Jamiya im Arabs (Jamiya iom Daulats im Arabs) = Arab League 
jamiye	to bring together
jamus	buffalo (sb) 
janiba	spare mount (riding; sb) 
janter	magic spell (sb ) 
januar	January (sb) 
Janus	Janus
Japan	Japan (npr) 
japanese	japanese (adj & adv) 
jaquet	jacket ( sb) 
jaquetwehrter	turncoat (sb.) . Wehrt- sien jaquet = Become a turncoat (vintr., fig.)   
jar	burning (sb) (fig ) 
jardiniere	window box (sb) ( flower pot ) 
jargon	jargon
jarim	guilt ( sb) 
jarnayt	genet (sb ) 
jartier	garter (sb) 
jasayrih	jaseran (sm ) 
jasib	engaging, enticing (adj) 
Jason	Jason
jaunghay	unexspected obstacle (sb) 
jauz	walnut (sb) (tree) 
jauzaek	swamp (sm ) 
javahir	( sing) = gems, precious stones ( splu ) 
javelin	javelin (sb) 
jawab	reply ( vtr & sb ) 
jawar	neighborhood ( sb ) 
jawieb	past tense of “jawab” 
Jaypur	Jaipur (npr) 
Jeanne d'Arc	Joan of Arc (sb) 
ject	thing (sb) 
jectpospolita	(Polish) Republic
Jeday	Jedi (Star Wars) 
jelier	boor, churl ( sb) 
jellad	torturer ( sm ) 
jemmel	bun 
jenasa	bier (sb ) 
jenchi	warrior (sb) 
Jenin	Jenin
jenter	spinning wheel ( sb ) 
Jeremia	Jeremiah (npr) 
jeremiade	moaning, whinning (sb)
jerrican	jerrycan
jerst	tin 
Jesse	Jesse (npr) 
Jesuit	Jesuit (adj, sb) 
Jesus	Jesus
jet	jet (sb); jetplav = jetplane
jeton	chip, token (sb)
jeu de paume	jeu de paume 
Jeune-Tyrk	Young Turk
ji	(sing) = hemorrhoids (splu) 
jiauschou	surrender (sb & vint) 
jib	jib (sb) 
jidal	fight (vtr; fig) 
jidallasni	quibbling (adj) 
Jidda	Djeddah
jien	hand (indicator, as in a watch; sb) 
jiengjway	pilgrimage site (sb) 
Jihad	Holy War (sb) 
jihadia	jihadism
jihase	machine, device (sb) 
jilid	binding (of book; sb) 
jima	sexual intercourse 
jiman	boast (vint) 
Jimena	Jimena Díaz   
jims	picture rail (sb) 
jinas	pun (sb) 
jincien	confidential (adj) 
jindwanschu	medical certificate (sb) 
jingju	Beijing opera (type of Chinese theatre; sb) 
jinkdou	to take place, to go on 
jinn	jinn, genie (sb ) 
jiowschay	stronghold (sf ) 
jirwa	castor oil plant ( sb) 
jischin	self-confidence (sb) 
jishace	suicidal ( adj ) 
jisown	self-esteem ( sm ) 
jissow	perilla, Japanese basil ( sb) 
jiwey	bodyguard ( sm ) 
jixay	detailed ( adj) 
jlampoh	to drink water 
jlampohn	drinking water ( sb) 
Joab	Joab (npr) 
Joachim os Fiore	Joachim of Fiore   
Joachim os Fiore	Joachim of Fiore ( npr ) 
job	job (sb) 
joc	joke (sb) 
joghing	jogging (sb) 
join	to join 
joint	joint (mechanics)   
joint	joint (adj) 
joking	ridiculous (adj ) 
jolida	disheveled (adj ) 
jonglire	juggler ( sm ) 
jor	genre ( sb) 
Jordan	Jordan ( npr ) 
Jordania	Jordan ( npr ) 
journal	newspaper ( sb ) 
journaliste	journalist (sb) 
jovial	merry, jolly (adj) 
joy	joy (sb) 
joyel	jewel (sb) 
joyelar	jeweller (sb) 
joyelarie	jewellery   
joystick	joystick   
joystick	joystick (computing)
Jubal	Jubal (npr) 
juce	juice ( sb) 
juceus	juicy (adj)
Juda	Judah
Judas Iscariotes	Judas Iscariot
judce	judge (vtr & sb) 
judcement	judgement (sb) 
Jude	Jude (npr) 
judicial	judicial
judicieus	judicious (adj) 
jufen	broth (sb) 
jufu	housewife 
jul	July (sb) 
Julian calendar	Julian calendar   
juma	Friday (sb) 
jumhuriat	commonwealth (sb) (republic) 
jumiung	lifetime (sb) 
jumla	sentence; conviction (sb) (Justice ) 
jun	June (sb) 
jund	armed group
jungkhiung	revival (sb) 
junmajin	urticaria (sb) 
Juno	Juno (sb) 
junta	junta (sb)
Jupiter	Jupiter (npr) (planet) 
jupon	waist slip; petticoat 
jurassique	jurassic   (sb)
juravin	cranberry (sb) 
juridic	legal (adj) 
jurisconsult	jurisconsult, legal adviser   
jurisprudence	jurisprudence (sb)
jusay	management (sb) 
juscha	injection (sb ) (medicine ) 
jusdan	purse ( sf ) 
just	just (adv) 
just-barwakt	just in time (manufacturing)
justice	justice (institution)   
justice	justice (institution)
justice-ritter	moral whithe knight
justicear	justiciar   
justiciable	justiciable   
justiciable	justiciable (adj & sb) 
justifie	justify (vtr ) 
Justinian	Justinian   
Jutland	Jutland   
juxt	jousting (sb) 
juxtaposen	to juxtapose (vtr)
jvayer	to eye, to have one's eye on 
jweteng	gambling (sb) 
jynx	wryneck (bird, sb) 
ka	as a 
kaaba	Kaaba   
kaaba	kaaba
Kaapstad	Cape Town (npr) 
kaba	bog (sb) 
kabahat	pettiness (sb ) 
kabbala	kabbalah (Jewish science)
kabee	kabe (verb., to apostatize)   (Werd ex Esperanto contexte! To maynt age ka Kabe)
kabel	cable ( sb) (for communication ) 
kaber	caper ( sm ) 
kabil	able ( adj ) 
kabuki	kabuki (sb) 
Kabul	Kabul (npr) 
kabus	phantom, ghost (sb) 
kabuslik	ghostly (adj) 
kabusnav	ghost ship
kachaba	(& kachabayka) = smock top (sb) 
kachamak	polenta (sb) 
kad	maybe/perhaps that 
kadam	pace, speed (sb) 
kadi	qadi (sb) 
kados	distress (pain) (sb); “mi est kados” = “it is repugnant to me” 
kadru	red-brown (adj) 
kaegi	plain (adj) 
kafan	shroud   
kafan	shroud (sb) 
kafi	sufficient, enough ( adj ) 
kafir	impious, miscreant ( adj & sb) 
kagh	enclosure, fence (sb) 
kaghel	pebble, stone (sb) 
kaghen	(sing) = pudenda ( splu ) 
kahisch	decay ( sb ) 
kaka	poop (stool)   
kakhel	tile (sb ) ( on wall) 
kakhkakh	to guffaw 
kaki	khaki (sb , adj ) 
kaki	khaki persimmon ( sb) 
kakwrnt	(sing) = feces ( splu) 
kal	call ( sb & vtr ) 
kala	bastion ( sb ) ( stronghold ) 
kalab	mould (sb ) 
kalak	lame (adj) 
kalamkar	percaline (sb) 
kalay	to solder, to weld 
kalaychi	tinker (sb) 
kalc	kick (sb & vtr) 
kalc ex gol	goal kick, goalie kick (soccer)   
kalc- id ball kye / pro	pass the ball ((ex: soccer)to player from the same team)   
kalch	lime (sb) 
kalch-wed	lime water (sb) 
kalchang	peanut ( sb ) 
kalctrap	caltrop (sb) 
kalding	fountain (sb ) (of cold water) 
kalem	pen (for writing; sb ); calamus, hollow shaft (feather)   Ubnuwen id ja existent inpiut
kalem	pen (for writing; sb ) 
kalenda	calend   
kalina	viburnum ( sb) 
kalive	hut ( sb) 
kalkoun	turkey (sb) 
kalm	straw, stubble ( sb) 
kalma	bare height 
kalmos	mulch, mulching   
kalpazan	copier (adj ) 
kalugher	(old) hermit (sb) 
kam	like (prep; identity); how ? (manner) 
kam	to like 
kam adet	as usual (adv) 
kaman	drone (sb) 
kamatih	valuable (adj) 
kambel	turbot ( sb ) 
kambur	hunchback (sm ) 
kamchik	whip (sf ) 
kamer	bedroom 
kamer	+ acc. =  jump over 
kames	spell (sb); to cast (a spell) (vtr) 
kamflor	daisy (flower) 
kamgarn	worsted (sb)
kammer	to jump over (smth)   (tayt *kamer)
Kampuchea	Cambodia (npr) 
kampuchean	Cambodian
kamsei	as if
kamus	directory ( sb) (of words , dictionary) 
kamwns	chamois (sb) 
kamyab	to succeed in ( vtr ) 
kan	cock (firearms)   
kan	to sing (cock); + accusative = to play (an instrument) 
kanaat	quarrel, problem, issue (sb) 
kand	to incandesce ( white ) 
kandel	candle (sb) 
kandelaber	candelabra (sb) 
kanga	guineafowl   
kanguru	kangaroo (sb) 
kank	hook ( sb) 
kankel	railings, bars ( sb) ( prison ); to cross out (vtr) 
kankia	“elder brother” (sociology; sb) 
kanrien	tolerable ( adj ) 
kanrin	hold on 
kant	can (container, sb) 
kantun	corner (sb) (of the house, the hearth) 
kantunspetra	cornerstone (sb) 
kap	to catch (vtr)   
kap	to catch (vtr)
kapan	trap (sb); deh- un kapan protie = to set a trap for
kaph	hoof (sb) 
kaphkalc	bucking   
kapos	small garden   (smulk garen)
kappadok	Cappadocian   
Kappadokia	Cappadocia
kaput	knackered (adj)
Karabakh	Karabakh
karag	dark brown (adj) 
karakh	numb (vtr/vint) 
Karakum	Karakum
karam	goodness (sb) 
Karamenderes	Scamander   
karanfel	carnation (botany; sb) 
karatedo	karate (sb) 
karaviz	celery (sb) (in branches) 
Karbala	Karbala
karbouz	watermelon (sb) 
karcer	jail; shackles 
kard	to card 
kardeh	to surmount (vtr)
kardi	cutlass (sb) 
kardkasch	sheath (sb) 
kardwn	reinforce (vtr ) 
kariban	soon, shortly (adv) 
karibe	akin ( adj ) 
karih	odious (adj ) 
karime	beneficial (adj) 
karkadan	rhinoceros (sb) 
karl	guy, fellow ( sb) 
Karoun	Korah (npr) 
karp	pick (vtr ) 
Karpats	Carpathian Mountains ( splu ) 
karpst	picking, harvest (fruit; sb) 
karrar	+ acc. = to decide to, to make up one's mind to ( vpr ) 
karschuf	artichoke ( sb) 
karteche	grapeshot, hail of bullets
kartem	safflower (sb ) 
kartep	guelder rose (sb) 
kartoffel	potato 
kartvel	Georgian (adj & sb) 
Kartvelia	Georgia (npr ; Caucasian state) 
karug	spokesman (sb); declaim (vtr)
karwent	rocky
Karyala	Carelia 
karyotype	cariotipo   
kas	past tense of “kames” 
kaschaf	headline (newspaper; sb) 
kaschasch	bait (sb) 
Kashmir	Kashmir, cashmere
kasra	rout, total collapse (sb) 
kassab	butcher (sb) 
kassala	idleness ( sb) 
kassam	swear ( vtr ) 
kasseb	job, profession (sb)  
Kastalia Iswor	Castalia Spring ( npr ) 
kaster	fortified camp (sb); to substract, take out (vtr)
kata	from the top of (prep) 
kataedd	to ingurgitate (food)
katan	underwear (sb) 
katapoh	to ingurgitate (a liquid)
katathematise	to utter imprecations
katel	murderous (adj) 
katelsqual	killer whale
katha	so, thus (adv ) 
kathalika	likewise (adv) 
kathire	numerous, many ( adj ) 
Kathmandu	Kathmandu (npr) 
katib	office clerk (sb) 
katife	bath towel 
katoru	coil (of animal; sb) 
katran	tar ( sb) 
kattil	cauldron, kettle (sb ) 
kattildal	steep-sided valley (sb) 
kattildom	boiler room
katu	fight (sb) 
katue	to fight (vint) 
kau	to notice, to take note of 
kaug	puff (sb); to puff (vint; ex = at) 
kaukhkwl	snail (sb) 
kaul	hollow (adj); to scoop out (vtr) 
kaul grehven	intaglio engraving   
kaup	buy (vtr); purchase (sb)
kauping	stage place (vx; sb); shopping centre (sb) 
kaupmagh	purchasing power
kaupust	cabbage (sb) 
kaur	care (sb & vint) 
kaur-ye	with care, carefully (adv) 
kaurd	(kardu) = hard (adj) 
kaurdraudh	hardcore   
kaurdyohsen oiv	hard-boiled egg
kaurdyohst oiv	hard-boiled egg
kaurer	guardian (of infant, etc. jur.)
kauric	careful (adj) 
kaurie	cowry, cowrie   
kav	dig (vtr) 
kavga	clash, brawl (sb) 
kawayi	cute   
kawernt	(dug) passageway, narrow gallery (sb) 
kawi	look-out (ex: on a vessel) (sb) 
kawu	manuscript (sb) 
kawwad	pimp (sb) 
kay	(in order) to (conj); kay ? = for which purpose ? why ? 
kayak	kayak
Kayaphas	Cayaphas
kaychien	to give one's opinion 
kayd	to cut to pieces (vtr)
kaydani	(sing) = bilboes (splu) 
kaygana	scrambled egg 
kayid	big chief, boss (sb) 
kayjin	improve ( vtr ) 
kayk	one-eyed ( adj) 
kayl	to cure, to heal 
Kaylassa	Kailash   (mount in Himalaya)
kayp	immovable (good)   (ieus)
kays	hair (sb) past & past participle of "kayd" 
kaysar	hair (on the head) 
kaysbeurst	hair brush (sb) 
kaysspilkcurve	short bend (or a road, sb)
kayt	heath(land) (sb) 
kayurt	gallery ( sb ) ( underground trench ) 
kayut	cabin ( sb) ( ship ) 
kaz	gauze (sb ) 
Kazakhstan	Kazakhstan (npr) 
ke	(& kem) = that (clitic, introduces a wish) 
keapay	hideous, awful (adj) 
kebab	meat in pieces 
kebayl	kabyle (adj. & sb)
kechap	ketchup (sb) 
kechula	sheep wool bonnet 
keday	stall for food ( sb) 
kedelay	bean sprouts 
keghel	skittle (sb) 
keghyek	polecat ( sb ) 
kehgn	find (vtr ) 
kehl	hide (vtr ) 
kehlder	veil (sb) 
kehlgh	sting ( sb) (for elephants) 
kehm	to comb 
kehmb	bend ( vint), curve (sb); curved (adj) 
kehmber	to cup in drying, to tighten at the waist (vtr) 
kehns	to consider, to assess 
kehrz	cut ( vtr ) 
kehrztapwl	cutting board   
keih	to be stretched out, half-lying 
keih	ep = to rest on 
keing	gird (vtr ) 
keingschia	slope, incline (sb) 
keip	show (vtr; picture) 
keisch	slip (hide; vtr) 
keiw	colleague, fellow member (sb) 
kekos	forage (sm ) 
kelembak	aloes 
kelgei	ringworm (adj ) 
keli	rural way (sb) 
kelic	chalice (sb) 
kelim	carpet (sb) 
kelk	sledge (sb) 
kellar	cellar (sb) 
kellner	(/-in) = waiter/waitress (sb) 
kelp	kelp (sb) 
kelpire	windfall, godsend ( sb ) 
kelvin	kelvin (sb) 
kemalisme	kemalism
kemall	reasonable (adj) 
kemer	crustacean (sb & adj) 
kemocheng	(feather) duster ( sb) 
kemti	pursuant to   
ken	( prefix ) = empty of 
kenar	outskirt (of a wood; sb) 
kenaserng	exsanguinate, bloodless   
Kenchreay	Cenchreae ( npr ) 
kenek	golden yellow (adj ) 
kenevire	floorcloth (sb) 
keng	oblique (adj ) 
kenis	(sing) = ashes (splu, of a dead person) 
kenkel	back of knee, ham (anatomy, sb) 
kenkseg	cut-throat (sb) 
kenos	void, vacuum (sb)
kenten	cento ( sb) 
kenth	scrap, tatter (sb) 
kenthmachine	machine that cuts papers into tatters, "shredder" 
Kephis	Cephissus   
kepi	kepi   
keputa	stocking (sb) (of shepherd) 
ker	time, occasion; ex: tri kers = three times (sb); past tense of “keren” 
kerab	relative (sb; family) 
kerabat	relationship (in family; sb) 
kerais	cherry (sb) 
keramide	coating, flooring, facing (sb) 
keramise	to coat/floor/face something 
kerangu	horned animal 
keraun	to thunder forth, to strike down; thunderbolt (sb) 
kerbau	water buffalo (sb) 
kerber	speckled, spotted (ex: animal); Cerberus (npr) 
kerd	heart (sb); "habe semject ep id kerd" = "to feel sore about something"
kerdagh	heartache (sb) 
kerdensuwter	artificial pacemaker   
kerdmuscle	heart muscle   
kerdmuscle	cardiac muscle
kerdmuscle infarct	myocardial infarction   
kerdmusclinfarct	myocardial infarction
kerdos	craft, skill (sb) 
kerdprient	boyfriend (sb) 
kerds	(sing.) = hearts (cards; splu) 
kerem	garlic (sb) 
keren	circle, surround (vtr) 
kerfel	chervil (sb) 
kerker	garganey   
kermus	cherry-tree (sb) 
kernem	bird cherry, hackberry
Kernew	Cornwall (npr) 
kernewic	Cornish (adj & sb) 
kerosene	kerosene (sb) 
kerpich	rammed earth ( sb) 
kers	brain ( sb) 
kersen	frozen snow (sb) 
kersnit	ice pellet (sb) 
kerstamm	brain stem
kersvascular accident (KVA)	cerebrovascular accident (CVA), cerebrovascular insult (CVI)   
kerswrntios	Curiatius (indo-european)   
kerv	deer (sb) 
Keryneia	Cerineia   
kes	hare ( sb) 
keskul	wooden bowl 
ketone	ketone (sb) 
ketong	leper colony ( sb) 
ketter	spindle 
ketterpehd	to go into a spin (sb)
ketun	shepherd's hut 
keub	thorny bush 
keul	highlight, cultivate(a land; sb ) 
keulk	hide (vtr ) 
keung	to hesitate, to delay 
keup	to demand, to require 
keupmon	assignee (sb ) 
keuzd	to hoard (vtr)
kewer	North Wind (sb) 
keyah	food shelf 
keyf	state of mind 
Kfarnahum	Capernaum
khabar	news (sb) (information) 
khabaragence	news agency   
khabd	craze (sb) 
khabis	wicked ( adj ) 
khabis zahr	loaded dice   
khadim	domestic ( sb , adj) 
khafi	low ( adj ) (voice ) 
Khafra	Khafra   
khak	bad ( adj ) (failed); cannot (vtr) 
khaketha	migraine (sb) 
khakoul	egret (sb) 
khalach	carder (sb) 
khalal	heartily, willingly (adj) 
khalang	alpinia galanga (sb) 
khalass	help, rescue (sb) 
khalat	dressing gown (sb) 
khalazat	coarseness (sb) 
khali	straw mattress (sb) 
khaliban	mainly ( adv) 
khalifa	caliph ( sb) 
khalimag	team of yoked animals, harness (sb) 
Khalkedon	Chalkedon   
khalkhal	anklet   
khalti	jumble, hotchpotch (sb) 
khaluschi	old seadog (fig., sb) 
khaluz	copse, coppice (sb) 
khalwa	solitude (sb) 
khalwani	recluse, loner (sb)
kham	(fish) hook (sb) 
khamaeleon	chameleon (sb) 
khamal	tail (sb) (of a piece of furniture) 
khamer	spirit (alcoholic beverage; sb) 
khamsi	Thursday (sb) 
khamwst	rodent (adj & sb) 
khan	khan (sb) 
khana	closet, shed, cupboard (sb) 
khandak	moat (sb) 
khandan	lineage ( sb ) 
khanday	cold zone 
khandjar	dagger (sb) 
khanenk	honeycomb 
khanji	sinogram (sb) 
khanliawng	content (sb) 
khanrjien	Han ( Chinese) (adj , sb ) 
khanrliou	cold stream ( sb) 
khansian	sweat gland ( sb) 
khanye	betray (vtr ) 
khap	tablet (sb) 
khar	cutting edge ( sb) 
kharab	ruined (adj) 
kharasch	poll tax (sb) 
kharen	pretty ( adj ) 
kharij	foreign countries, the “abroad”. 
kharite	Charis (Grace, Greek mythology)   
khark	to drown 
kharkhar	groan, (death) rattle (sb) 
Kharkiv	Kharkiv (npr) 
kharman	threshing floor ( sb) 
kharrat	turner (worker), to turn (vtr; to make)   
khartas	bumf (sb) 
Khartoum	Khartoum (npr) 
Kharybd	Charybdis (npr) 
khasaan	decay (sb ) 
khaschen	surly (adj ) 
khasina	(sing) = accounts, funds (splu) 
khasinadar	treasurer   
khasnah	Public Revenue 
khasnahdar	treasurer   
khassa	bar ( sf ) ( pustule ) 
khassa	stingy ( adj) 
khassara	loss (sf ) 
khassiat	food, alimentary (adj) 
khastar	lining (sf ) ( sewing) 
khat	(hand-) writing (sb) 
khatem	over, finished (adj ) 
khater	danger ( sb) 
khaterban	fireman ( sm ) 
khath	harness (sb) 
khatna	circumcision (sm ) 
khauris	charming, pleasant ( adj ) 
Khauris nov yar !	Happy new year ! 
khaurise	to embellish
khauristat	pleasantness, pleasure, comfort (sb) 
khavan	mortar ( sm ) ( pestle ) 
khayal	daydream(ing) (sb) 
khayal-ye	dreamily ( adv ) 
khayat	tailor (sb) 
khayatsedd	sitting cross-legged 
khayatswehbhend	hovering & sitting like a tailor 
khaydamak	lanky (adj ) 
khayghian	(sea) coast (sb) 
khayghian marine	green-water navy   
khaygow	oceanic trench (sb) 
khayka	stalk ( sf ) 
khaykou	estuary (sf ) 
khayn	traitor ( smb) 
khayr	sword ( sm) 
khayrliou	ocean current   
khayrliou	cold ocean current ( sm ) 
khaysaw	(sing) = algae ( splu ) 
khayxian	( sing ) = sea, halieutic resources ( splu ) 
khayxiau	strait between an island and the mainland 
khayxien	seafood ( sb) 
khazar	khazar
kheiss	to feel 
kheissas	sensitive (adj) 
kheissassia	sensitivity
khekuf	marmot (sb) 
kheptenn	quite (adv)
kheuld	to make cooler (vtr) 
khevesch	thistle (sf ) 
kheyma	tent ( sf ) 
khianat	treason (sb) 
khich	nothing at all 
khida	cunning (sb; special trick) 
khidmat	professional activity
khiek	couldn't (past tense)
khierk	past tense of “khark” 
khilaf	faux-pas
khilafat	califate
khimer	chimera (sb) 
khimeric	fanciful
khinna	henna (sb) 
khinsire	little finger (sb) 
khisab	dyeing ( sb); to dye (vtr) 
khisi	affront ( sb) 
khiss	felt (past tense) 
khisses	feeling(s) (sb) 
khitab	speech, harangue (sb) 
khiter	evil, malignant (adj) 
khitergumt	hazing (US), initiation ceremonie (BR), bastardisation (AU), ragging (SOUTH-ASIA)   
khitergwehme	do a hazing to (US), do a initiation ceremonie to (BR), do a bastardisation to (AU), do a ragging to (SOUTH-ASIA)   
khittam	nose-ring (especially for oxen; sb) 
khiyaaban	bed of flowers (sb) 
khlayb	loaf (of bread) (sb) 
khlev	pigsty (sb) 
khlor	chlorine (sb) 
khloride	chloride (sb) 
khlorofluorocarbon	chlorofluorocarbon   
khlorofluorocarbon	CFC
khlorophenol	chlorophenol
khmer-rouge	Khmer Rouge (adj & sb)
khodja	Hodja (sb ; master) 
khol	birthmark ( sb) 
kholera	cholera (sb) 
kholt	cold (sickness; sb) 
khomut	harness(ing) (sb) 
Khonsu	Khonsu (npr)
khor	choir (sb) 
khoral	chorale (sb)
khoreographia	choreography (sb) 
khorom	private mansion, hôtel particulier (sb) 
khortoum	proboscis (sb)
khoumel	hops (sb) 
khouter	farmstead (sb) 
khowyi	convenience, indulgence ( sb) 
Khruschchov	Khrushchev ( npr ) 
Khuda hafiz	Goodbye! 
Khufu	Khufu (npr)
khuld	cool; past tense of "kheuld" 
khuldet	coolness
khurafat	claptrap (sb)
khurka	distaff (sb) 
khurma	date (fruit, sb) 
khus	hovel, slum (sb) 
khuschk	atrophy ( sf ) 
khutba	short speech, address ( sb) 
khvil	while ( sf) ( duration) 
khwanjanghian	volcanic rock ( sb) 
khwanrluan	mess ( sf ) 
khwanxi	bliss (sb) 
khwayji	( sing ) = chopsticks (plu) 
khwehr	suppurate (vint) 
khworst	(eagle's) aerie (sb) 
khwoyic	indulgent, conniving, complacent (adj) 
khwoyie	+ acc. = indulge in ( vpr ) 
khyk	pig (sb) 
kiaut	shell (sb) 
kiauteina	midden (shell heap)   
kiaychin	to reload (a pen) 
kibbuts	kibbutz (sb)
kibrit	match (for fire; sb) 
kickback	kickback (corruption)   
kicuta	hemlock (sb) 
kidnapp	to kidnapp (vtr)
kiekwr	pet (sb) 
kielc	past tense of “kalc” 
kielken	hall, tall room (sb) 
kiemer	hellebore ( sb ); past tense of “kamer” 
kien	past tense of “kan” 
kiend	past tense of “kand” 
kienkel	past tense of “kankel” 
kienkiu	modest ( adj) 
kiep	monkey ( sm ); past tense of “kap” 
kier	candle ( sf ) 
kierd	past tense of “kard” 
kierdwn	past tense of “kierdwn” 
kierey	ram ( sm ) 
kierk	chicken (concerns the whole species)   
kierk	chicken (sb ) 
kierp	past tense of “karp” 
kiest	clean ( adj ) (pure) 
kiet	whale (sb) 
kietyaghnav	whaling ship   
kieu	noticed (past tense) 
kieul	past tense of “kaul” 
kieup	past tense of “kaup” 
kieur	past tense of “kaur” 
Kiev	Kiev (npr); past tense of “kav” 
kieyd	past tense of "kayd"
kieyl	past tense of “kayl” 
kiezghian	shale (geology, sb)
kih	past tense of “keih” and "kihen"
kihen	to put down (vtr)
kijie	pheasant (sb) 
kikiaw	smart (adj) 
kikiriki !	cock o doodle doo ! 
kikwan	trachea (sb) 
kikway	weird   
kikye	jay (bird; sb) 
kil	keel ( sb) (vessel ) 
kilef	(dust/stretch) cover (sb) 
Kilikia	Cilicia
Kilimanjaro	Kilimanjaro (npr) 
kilometer	kilometer (sb) 
kilvater	wake (ship; sb) 
kima	minced meat ( sf ) 
kimatih	value (adj ) 
kimbel	trunk (tree; sb) 
kimlo	soup (sf ) ( vegetables) 
kimon	bug ( sf ) 
Kimri	Cimmerian (adj. & sb) 
kinana	bandolier (sb) 
kinas	mitt(en) (sb) 
kinaya	half-secret word   
kinaya	hint (allegory, sb) 
kindara	black seabream (sb) 
kindergarten	kindergarten
kinematique	kinematics   
kinetic	kinetic (adj) 
king	past tense of “keing” 
King James Bible	King James Bible 
kinkin	(door)bell ( sb ) 
kino	cinema theatre 
kionku	penitence, penance ( sb) 
kiorkel	broken cobblestone (sb) 
kip	representation, picture (sb); kip (sing) = heads (of a coin; sb) 
kip-au-wirt	coin-flipping   
kira	rental price ( sb) ; rent (sb) 
kirba	big/ugly goatskin, waterskin (sb) 
kirghise	Kyrgyz (adj & sb) 
Kirghisestan	Kyrgyzstan (npr) 
kirilitsa	Cyrillic ( sb , adj) ( alphabet ) 
Kirim	Crimea ( npr ) 
Kirka	Circe ( npr ) 
kirmiz	crimson (adj ) 
kisch	past tense of “keisch” 
kisk	ruffe ( sb) 
kismenye	ball (and chain; sb) 
kissat	tobacco pouch
kist	basket ( sb) 
kitab	digest (book)   
kitab	book, digest (sb), gather in writings (vtr) 
kitel	overall (sb) 
Kithayron	Cithaeron   
Kitium	Kition
kitra	thuja (sb) 
kittar	linking (of events; sb) 
kiurliung	mound, hillock 
kivot	reliquary (sb) 
kixien	deadline (sb) 
kiyafat	array (clothing; sb) 
kizeghiangas	shale gas (sb)
kjee	silk thistle (sb) 
kjen	callus, hard skin (sb) 
kjiagiu	furniture ( sb) 
kjiarjien	beauty (woman; sb) 
kjiauschi	missionary
kjiawxieng	by chance (adv) 
kjiboen	hold (sb, martial arts) 
kjien	silk cocoon (sb)
kjiengow	perennial (adj) 
kjienrlau	tough (adj) 
kjigiau	good augury
kjin	gilding (sb)
kjingyow	goldfish 
kjingyowku	gold and jade 
kjinschenkjau	marigold ( flower ) 
kjinschi	myopic (adj ) 
kjiu	cautery (sm ) 
kjiugnan	rescue (vtr & sb) 
kjiuschi	longevity ( sf) 
klad	to load (a cargo)   (acc. = onos)
kladreus	hold ( sf ) 
klaer	piece of wood ( sb) 
klah	to bank up, to fill in (sb) 
klahmen	motte (a mound forming the site of a castle or camp)   
klairoukhia	cleruchy   
klap	beat ( vtr ) (the linen) 
klapadeireh	beater ( sb ) 
klaup	jump, leap (vint) 
klaxon	horn (on vehicles; sb) 
klehng	bend ( vtr ) 
klehpt	to steal; theft 
klei	hidden treasure 
Kleisthenes	Cleisthenes   
kleitu	slope ( sb) 
kleiun	hiker (sb ) 
Kleonay	Cleonae ( npr ) 
Kleopatra	Cleopatra   
Kleopatra	Cleopatra (npr) 
klep	(sing ) = fallen rocks (splu) 
kleu	listen to (vtr ) 
kleumen	reputation (sb) 
kleus	glory (sf ) 
kleuster	audition, listen to (vtr) 
kleustria	audience ( sm ) 
kleuyt	jingle, chime (vint) 
Klewandos	Cleanthes
klewos	glory (sb) 
klewosdeh	glorify (vtr) 
Klewosmenos	Cleomenes
klewost	glorious
kliep	past tense of “klap” 
klieup	past tense of “klaup” 
klink	(door) handle (sb) 
kliti	propensity ( sb) 
klobuk	hood (sb) 
kloder	ell   (correct maynen !)
kloder	alder (sb) 
klohng	past tense of “klehng” 
klohpt	past tense of “klohpt” 
klombh	mutilated (adj ) 
klonkia	twig (sf ) 
klor	bit of wood   
klor	stick (sm ) 
klu	past tense of “kleu” 
klump	clog (shoe; sb) 
kluster	past tense of “kleuster” 
klut	famous (adj) 
kluyt	past tense of “kleuyt” 
Klytaymestra	Clytemnestra   
kmehen	to work, practise, torment, worry (vtr)
knabh	to full (wool)
knar	grate, creak (vint) 
knayp	tavern ( sf ) 
knede	knead ( vtr ) 
knedlia	ball (food; sb) 
kneigv	ep = to lean on; kneigv olan-ye = to rest one's elbow 
Knidos	Knidos (npr) 
kniebh	past tense of "knabh"
knier	past tense of “knar” 
knigv	past tense of “knigv” 
kniv	knife (sb) 
knivarie	knife making   
knop	button (sb) 
Knossos	Knossos   
kobold	goblin ( sb) 
kocide	plait (of hair; sb) 
koft	meatball (sb) 
kogchoun	to have a quarrel (sb) 
kohgn	past tense of “kehgn” 
kohl	past tense of “kehl” 
kohm	past tense of “kehm” 
kohmb	past tense of “kehmb” 
kohns	past tense of “kehns” 
kohrz	past tense of “kehrz” 
koim	community of inhabitants (sb) 
koimbehnd	to assign a forced residence to 
koimreik	to rapatriate oneself
koin	whetstone ( sb) 
koister	campfire (sb) 
koistrank	poker (for fire; sb) 
kojust	bodysuits ( sm ) 
koklysche	whooping cough (sb) 
kokona	shrew (woman; sb) 
kokul	tuft of hair (sb) (animals) 
Kokytos	Cocytus
koliva	koliva (ritual boiled wheat)
Kolkata	Kolkata (sb) 
kolkhose	kolkhoz
kolpak	hubcap   
Komintern	Comintern   
komor	sledgehammer (sb) 
konak	manor, mansion (sb) 
kondak	barrel (sb) 
konem	clavicle, collar-bone (sb) 
kongcio	now (adv) 
koper	oats ( sm ) 
kopre	excrement (sb) 
kor	army corps, part of the army 
Korea	Korea ( npr ) 
korel	yeoman, warrior (sb) 
koriga	strip, strap, lash ( sb ) 
koriomenos	warrior spirit 
korion	chief of a corps of army 
korkel	pebble (sb) 
korm	torture (sb ) 
kormen	ermine (sb) 
korn	dogwood ( sb ) 
koromislo	shoulder piece (sb) 
kos	Scots pine (sb) 
kosel	hazel (sb) 
Kottos	Cottus   
kov	to strike, to forge (vtr)
kovach	smith (sb); to fabricate by forging (vtr)
kovbi	gudgeon (sb) 
kovensider	wrought iron 
kovile	long grass 
kovnia	smithy (sb) 
kowja	ladle (sb) 
kowngbayku	gap (sb) 
kowp	heap ( sb & vtr ) 
kowpic	copious (adj) 
kowrnt	alveolus, socket (sb) 
koy	Koi (fish, sb) 
kragh	yell, scream (vtr) 
Krak des Chevaliers	Krak des Chevaliers (npr) 
Krakow	Krakow (npr) 
kram	gear, clobber (sb) 
kramp	twist (vint) 
kran	crane (sb) (machine) 
krant	shore, bank (sb) 
krehk	to brood (vtr)   
krehkreactor	breeder reactor   
kreid	chalk (sb) 
kreider	sieve, screen (sb) 
kreig	to conquer 
kreih	sieve, sift (vtr) 
kreins	better (adv.)   (adv.)
krek	(frog) spawn (sb) 
Kremlin	Kremlin (npr) 
krent	horned; cuckold   
krent	horned (adj ) 
Kreousa	Creusa   
kreptic	vigorous ( adj ) 
kreus	shudder (vint) 
krew	rare (meat)   
krew	(krewos) = flesh (sb)
kriegh	past tense of “kragh” 
kriemp	past tense of “kriemp” 
krig	conquest (sb), past tense of "kreig"
krih	past tense of “kreih” 
krinod	yellowhammer   
Krishna	Krishna (npr) 
kriuk	hook ( sb) 
kriv	tortuous (adj ) 
krouzek	ring (diacritic)   
krov	roof (sb) 
krus	past tense of “kreus” 
krwesen	ilex (sf ) 
kschauswan	nitric acid (sm ) 
kschianschau	grass jelly (Asian dessert) 
kschiau	Chinese horoscope 
kschong	door knocker (sb) 
kseuwar	(european) starling ( sb) 
kshitow	rare earth element (sb) 
kshiuu	fast ( adj ) 
kshiuuchifan	fast food (sb ) 
Ku-Geong	Forbidden City (of Beijing) 
Kubbat-es-Schakhra	Dome of the Rock (Jerusalem)
kubh	bunk (for sleeping; sb ) 
kuchay	civet (sb)
kuchi	Tocharian   
kuchi	Tocharian (adj & sb)
kufi	kufic 
kufya	headgear (sb) 
kuga	reed mace, bulrush (sb) 
kugla	small ball/bowl 
kuglakalem	biro (sb) 
kuhl	kohl (cosmetics; sb) 
kukjiu	outspoken (adj) 
kuku	cuckoo ( sm ) 
kul	past tense of “keul” 
kulah	cap (with an eyeshade; sb) 
kulambu	mosquito net (sb ) 
kulchan	quiver (sb ) 
kulk	hiding place (sb); past tense of “keulk” 
kullab	mould, cast (sb) 
kumar	game of chance 
kumasch	silk fabric, cloth 
kumbekh	crest (heraldry, helmet, sb) 
kumruk	customs post 
kun	as (temporal conjunction); present tense base of “kussen” 
kunar	dog performer (showman)
kunda	stub ( sm ) 
kundak	cart ( sm ) ( small, to push something) 
kundur	frankincense (sb) 
kuneina	kennel (sb) 
kung	past tense of “keung” 
kunia	she-dog, bitch (sb) 
kuning	potentate (sb) 
kup	past tense of “keup” 
kupasti	handrail 
kurban	ritual sacrifice (sb) 
Kurban-Bayram	Aid al Adha (npr) 
kurd	kurd(ish)   
kurd	kurd(ish)
kurgan	kurgan, funeral mound 
kurihen	to purchase 
kurihencentrale	group purchasing organization
Kurile	Kuril
kuritor	purchaser, lessee (sb)
kurmia	mole (animal, sb) 
kurmiaend	platypus (sb) 
kurni	perch (for a bird; sb ) 
kurort	spa town 
kursiy	seat (chair; sb) 
kusch	to nibble, to gnaw at 
Kusch	Cush (Bible, npr) 
kuschk	   kiosk, pavilion
kuss	kiss (sub.)   
kuss	kiss (sb) 
kussen	kiss ( vtr ) 
kussour	failure, fault (sb) 
kussut	sawdust (sb) 
kustakh	casual (adj) 
kutong	curio   (Eng.: "curio")
Kuwayt	Kuwait (npr) 
kuxi	vulva (sb) 
kuyan	steelyard balance ( sb 
kuzd	hoard (sb); past tense of "keuzd"
kuzdod	hoard keeper 
kuzu	kudzu (sb) 
kwah	to take in, to gather (vtr); to succeed in (doing)
kwalay	row, din (sb) 
kwali	jester ( sb) 
kwanday	magnanimity (sf ) 
kwas	cough (vtr ) 
kwast	cough (sb) 
kwaster	to give/have a slight cough 
kwatel	receiver (firearms)   Eng: "receiver = part of a gun"
kwatel	receptacle, repository (sb)
kwath	to ferment 
kwaun	dog ( sb) 
kwaundiemen	kynodesmē (“dog tie”)   
kwaunmaurk	dog and horse 
kwax	croak (vtr) 
kwayd	invite (vtr) 
-asc	( suffix ) = to become X 
kwecto	apparently, as it seems (adv)
kwehen	sharpen (vtr) 
kwehk	seem (vtr) 
kwehkwl	to do a cartwheel 
kwehl	circulate (vint)
kwehlk	bundle (sb); toss (vtr) 
kwehlos	cog (sb)
kwehlp	to stumble ; to capsize, overturn (vint) 
kwehnd	+ acc. = to endure, suffer (vtr) 
kwehr	make, do ( vtr; including additions ); kwehr- itner kye = to head towards; kwehr- el mortu = to float on one's back; kwehr- prabh = to be right (in one's action) 
kwehrant	civil employee (sb)
kwehrmen	way (of doing something; sb ) 
kwehs	to pant 
kwehster	to sigh 
kweid	even if/though
kweih	to pay (for a crime, vint) 
kweil	girl 
kwein	+ acc. = to take revenge on 
kweisk	whisk ( vtr ) 
kweistel	to bellow, to low (vint) 
kweit	feature, characteristic   
kweit	feature (sb.); to quality, distinguish (vtr/vint)
kweiter	clear (adj), clear ( vtr / pr); kweiter sien gurgule = to clear one's throat; (finance) wipe off, regularize; to purify 
kweitergwis	illuminance (sb) 
kweitert	brightness; playfulness
kweitos	white brilliance (sb) 
kweitu	feature, characteristic   
kwekmor	revealing sign (sb)
kwekwl	wheel (sb) 
Kwel	Yule (sb) 
Kwelawos	Santa Claus (npr) 
kwenchau	consider ( vtr ) 
kwender	angelica (sb) 
kwerkel	hoop (sb ) 
kweru	cooking container
kwet	sharpened (adj) 
kweter	whether, if (conj) 
kwetor	knife grinder
kwetwerdeil	to quarter (vtr) 
kwetwerpehd	to move forward on four legs (vint) 
kwetwerpod	four-legged (adj) 
kwi	bamboo basket 
kwide	find ( vtr; colloquial ) 
kwies	past tense of “kwas” 
kwiester	past tense of “kwaster” 
kwieth	past tense of “kwath” 
kwiex	past tense of “kwax” 
kwieyd	past tense of “kwayd” 
kwij	chipmunk (sb) 
kwikwehl	to turn around in circles 
kwin	past tense of “kwein” 
kwineuw	to pile / stack up (vtr) 
kwineuwer	forklift, lift truck, fork truck, fork hoist, forklift truck   
kwinew	to put away (vtr) 
kwisk	whisk ( sb ) ( kitchen); past tense of “kweisk” 
kwistel	past tense of “kweistel” 
kwit	white ( adj ) 
kwit magia	white magics (sb) 
kwiter	picture (sb); past tense of “kweiter” 
Kwitor	Avenger 
kwizei	regulation, statute (sb) 
kwohk	seemed (past tense) 
kwohkwl	past tense of “kwehkwl” 
kwohl	past tense of "kwehl"
kwohlk	past tense of “kwehlk” 
kwohlp	past tense of “kwehlp” 
kwohr	made, did 
kwohs	past tense of “kwehs” 
kwohster	past tense of “kwehster” 
kwoid	wheat (sb) 
kwoin	penalty, price (sb) (punishment, compensation) 
kwol	rotating (adj)
kwolbeuwen	crop rotation   
kwoldrom	moving walkway   
kwoldwer	revolving door   (yaschi politic)
kya	towards the(m) (neut. plu)
kyag	rennet (sb) 
kyal	room (part of a building; sb) 
kyam	wels catfish 
kyanka	conch (sf ) 
kyant	towards (spatial preposition) 
kyar	dear (adj) 
kyareih	cherish ( vtr ) 
kyarek	magpie (sb) 
kyas	castigate, correct ( vtr ) 
kyasen	penalty (sb) 
kydon	quince (sb) 
kye	to(wards) (spatial preposition); (used as an enclitic after an adverb of place or time to reinforce it)
kyehm	hindrance (sb); get jammed, hinder, hamper (vint)
kyehmses	disability (situation, sb)
kyehrn	blacken (vtr) 
kyehros	blackness (sb) 
kyehrsen	(jet) black (adj; & fig); kyehrsen magia = black magics (sb); Kyehrsen Mar = Black Sea ( npr ); kyehrsen mohrt = Black Plague (sb ); kyehrsen ribis = black currant;  kyehrsen torm = black hole (sb) 
kyehrsen humor	sick humour   
kyeim	to wedge, jam (vtr)   
kyeim	to hold up, hinder, jam (vtr)
kyeimter	to hinder, to make diabled (vtr)
kyein	kite (bird; sb) 
kyenk	peg, pin (sb)
Kyeront	the “Ferryman” ( sb ) ( mythology) 
kyeuk	to summon 
kyeus	designate ( vtr ) 
kyid	towards it; towards the (neutral singular nominative & accusative) 
kyies	past tense of “kyas” 
kyim	past tense of "kyeim"
kyjak	sedge (sb) 
kyohm	past tense of “kyehm” 
kyom	ball/bowl (that blocks something; sb); towards him/the (masculine singular)
kyonk	shellfish (sb)
kyopev	clumsy (adj) 
kyost	rib (sb) 
kyostek	hobble for horses 
kyowngbu	fright ( sfb) 
kyrk	church (sb) 
kyrknav	nave (sb)
kyrksbidal	beadle ( sb ) 
kyrksghehrd	churchyard   
Kythera	Cythera ( npr ) 
Kythnos	Cythnos ( npr ) 
kyu	sedan 
kyudos	prodigy ( sb); kyudos neren = feat ( sb) 
kyuheih	+ acc. = to be bearing (a child; vtr) 
kyunggiaw	to emphasize 
kyurk	pelisse (sb) 
kyutur-ye	as a whole ( adv ) 
Kyzik	Cyzicus   (bo urb ed roy)
laab	entertainment ( sb) 
labdakide	Labdacid   
Labdek	Labdacus   
label	label (sb) 
labire	to work hard 
labor	labour (political; adj)
laborant	laboratory assistant 
laboratorium	laboratory 
labu	calabash (sb) 
labyrinth	maze, labyrinth ( sb) 
lac	(& lak) = lake (sb) 
Lac os Como	Lake Como (npr) 
laca	lacquer ( sb) 
lacai	lackey (sm ) 
lace	lace ( vtr ) 
lachuga	hovel ( sf ) 
Laconia	Laconia
laconic	laconic
lafa	stipend ( sb) 
lafz	talk, words 
lagam	bridle, snaffle (sb) 
lagar	emaciated (adj ) 
lagher	camp ( sb), to store (vtr)
lagoun	lagoon (sb) 
laguyn	gourd (sb) 
lah	to overflood, invade (vtr)
lahaf	muffler (sb) 
lahn	winepress (basin; sb)
lai	lai (sb) 
laisse	laisse   (poesis)
lak	lake (sb) 
lakab	nickname (sb) 
Lakedaymon	Lacedaemon 
lakhja	tip of the tongue (sb) 
lakin	however (adv) 
Lakschadvihp	Laccadive
lal	to hum 
lalay	to prattle, to babble 
lambhel	hilt (sb) 
lambhen	to take hold of 
Lamech	Lamech (npr) 
lamen	sediment layer
lamentable	pathetic (adj) 
lamentation	moaning (sb) 
lamep	lap (vtr) 
lampe	lamp (sb) 
lamper	shiny, gleaming (adj) (that reflects light) 
lampertat	lustre (sb)
Lampsak	Lampsacus (npr) 
lance	lance (sb) & to launch 
lance pad	launch pad ( sb) 
lancier	lancer (sb) 
land	to land   
land	country, land (sb) & to land 
landensrotos	undercarriage 
landsknecht	landsknecht (sb) 
landspect	landscape   
landweir	war in the country 
lanet	lurk (vint) 
lang	stall (for wares; sb) 
langoreus	languorous (adj) 
languid	languid (adj) 
languie	languish (vint) 
languor	languidness (sb) 
languste	crayfish
lankan	baluster ( sb) 
lanterne	lantern ( sb) 
lanthanum	lanthanum (sb) 
lao	lao
Laodice	Laodice   
Laozi	Laozi (npr) 
lap	past tense of “lamep” 
lapilli	(sing) = lapilli 
lapithe	lapith
laptop	laptop 
lapus	burdock ( sb) ( plant) 
laque	to laquer 
larc	larch ( sm ) 
large	large ( adj ) 
larina	(female) prostitute (sb) 
Larnaca	Larnaca (npr) 
larva	larva ( sf ) 
laryngal	laryngeal
larynx	larynx   (Tod werd est tik in id englisch dictionar)
larynx	larynx (sb) 
las	greed, lust (sb) 
lasim	essential, indispensable ( adj) 
lasni	eager ( adj) 
lass	let (vtr) 
lasso	lasso (sb) 
last	ballast (sb & vtr) 
lastruym	hold ( sb) (boat ) 
lastun	spiral of creeping plant
lat	past tense and past participle of “lanet” 
lateral	full-back (soccer)   
Lateran	Lateran   
latif	neat, kind ( adj ) 
latifundiar	landowner   
latifundium	great landed estate   
latin	Latin (adj. & sm ) 
Latium	Lazio ( npr ) 
latmah	slap ( sf ) 
Laton	Leto   
latrine	latrine   
latro	thief (sm ) 
latte	lath, slat, board (sb) 
Latvia	Latvia (npr) 
latyo	alluvial plain
laud	(arbitral) award
laude	to praise 
laugv	washing (sb) 
lauk	leek ( sm ) 
laun	borrow ( vtr ) 
laur	laurel ( sm ) 
lautel	profit (sb) 
lautlic	profitable, lucrative ( adj ) 
lav	wash (vtr ) 
lava	lava ( sf ) 
lava tunnel	lava tube (sb) 
lavande	lavender (sb) 
lavathol	lava dome (sb) 
lavire	to tack about (sailing; vint)
lavmachine	washing machine (sb)
lavrak	(european) seabass 
Lawa Dehnwen	Peoples of the Sea ( splu ) 
lawahie	airy (adj) 
lawc	clearing (in a forest; sb) 
lawi	alluvium   
lawni	linchpin (sb) 
lawo	people in arms ( sb) 
lawter	limpid, clear (adj) 
lax	salmon ( sb) 
laxative	laxative (adj. & sb) 
laxisme	lenience, permissiveness (sb)
lay	white goosefoot (plant; sb) 
laya	black sheep (sb) 
layic	secular, lay (adj ) 
laymoun	lemon-tree (sb ) 
layn	lend (vtr) 
Layos	Laius   
lays	forest, wood (sb) 
Laystrygon	Laestrygonian
layteh	insole (sb) 
layter	ladder (sb) 
laz	lair, den (sb) 
Lazarus	Lazarus (npr) 
lazuward	lapis lazuli (sb) 
lebenswecker	lebenswecker   
lebonah	incense (sb) 
leck	leak (sb) 
lecker	good (food)   
leckereit	sweet, candy (sb) 
lection	lesson (sb) 
lectorium	rood screen 
lectrin	lectern   
led	to offend, to wrong 
leg	act of Parliament 
legat	legion commander 
legation	legation (sb)
legbild	bill (for an Act of Parliament, sb) 
legend	legend (sb) 
leghar	alloy (sb) 
leghar-rot	alloy wheel   
leghenn	bowl, basin, pan (sb) 
leghings	leggings   (plural nomen in Sambahsa)
legion	legion (sb) 
legislator	legislator (sb) 
legitim	legitimate (adj) 
legitime	to legitimate (vtr)
legv	light (adj) 
legvmenos	light (fig., thoughtless, precipitated)   
legvos	lightness (sb) 
lehg	tell, count (vtr) 
lehnc	throw, thrust (vtr)
lehr	to give a lecture (sb)
leik	to play; game (playing; sb); to fly, to hang loose (clothes, hair; vint) 
leikar	playboy, knock-about comedian (sb) 
leikdaher	playful, jokey   
leikmap	game board   
leikstyr	gamepad (computing)
leim	loam (sb) 
leimoc	slug (sb) 
lein	lead, leash (for dog; sb) 
leips	to miss (something; vtr)
leis	read (vtr) 
leisa	ridge of a furrow   
leisa	ridge (agriculture, plowing; sb) 
leispianji	E-reader   (computer)
leit	to go, to run (figurative meaning) 
leit- de	the matter is about   
leitmotiv	leitmotif   
leiv	lift ( vtr ) 
leizd	edge ( sb ) 
lekha	flower bed (garden; sb) 
lekhusa	woman in confinement 
leloip	to remain   (adverb quod maynt "reman", nuden pre id conjugen verb)
lema	disease, substance of blear-eyed persons 
len	soft (adj ) ( fig) 
lendv	waist, loin (sb) 
lendvkatan	loincloth (sb) 
lendvsack	fanny pack   
lengu	thoughtlessly (adv) 
lengver	nimble (adj)
lengvos	elation 
lent	slow (adj); lent-ye coc = simmer (vint/tr) 
lento motion	slow motion (sb) (cinema) 
lentor	slowness
Leon Trotski	Leon Trotsky   
Leonardo da Vinci	Leonardo da Vinci (npr) 
leopard	leopard (sb) 
leper	leper (sb); leprous (adj) 
lepra	leprosy (sb) 
Lerna	Lerna (npr)
lesbian	lesbian   
lesch	carrion (sb) 
lesion	lesion (injury)   
lesion	lesion (wound)
letal	lethal (adj)
lethargia	lethargy (sb)
letters	letters (splu; "literature")
leu	detach, remove, untie (vtr) 
leuc	shine, glow, gleam (vint) 
leucaemia	leukemia (sb) 
leud	to go up, to arise 
leudher	free ( adj) 
leudher vol	free will 
leudherkwekwl	freewheeling (adj & adv) 
leuds	(splu) = people (several persons) 
leugh	lie ( vtr & sb; to utter falsehood ) 
leughay	to deny (a statement)   
leuk	league (unit of measure; sb) 
Leukip	Leucippus   
Leuktra	Leuctra
leup	peel (vtr) 
leur	free ( adj & vtr) 
leur menos	freedom of conscience 
leurtorg	Free Trade 
leus	lose ( vtr ) ; loss (sb) 
Leuven	Louvain, Leuven ( npr ) 
leuxmen	bay ( sb ) ( opening in the wall) 
leuyk	(& leiku ) = toy (sb) 
Levantino Mar	Levantine Sea
lever	deliver ( vtr ) 
leverant	delivery man (sb) 
levghend	left-handed (adj & sb)
levitic	leviticus (sb)
levstic	lovage (sb) 
levter	left (adj ) (direction ) 
levtro	to the left 
lewank	(stone) slab (sb) 
lexicon	lexicon (sb)
lexis	term (sb) (word) 
Lhasa	Lhasa
liachic	drawer ( sb) 
liaison	affair, liaison (sb) 
liane	liana ( sf ) 
liang	mound (sb) 
liap	Asian hat (sb) 
libell	dragonfly (sb) 
liberal arts	liberal arts   
liberalisme	liberalism
Liberation	liberation   (historia)
libertarisme	libertarianism   
libertin	libertine   
libertinage	lewdness
libi	Libyan (adj, sb) 
Libia	Libya (npr) 
libitum	pleasure, free choice
libram	libram (sb) 
librar	bookseller   
librarie	bookshop (sb) 
libretto	libretto (sb) 
libter	willingly, with pleasure (adv) 
liceitat	liceity   
licence	license (sb) 
licencieus	licentious   
liche	lich (nb) 
lichen	lichen (sb) 
licit	lawful, licit (adj) 
licitation	invitation to tender (sb)
lict	bed (sb) 
lictdrehnk	nightcap (drink; sb) 
lid	(& oklid) = eyelid (sb) 
lider	leader (sb) 
liderspect	leadership
liek	(& liekar) = doctor, physician ( sb) 
liel	past tense of “lal” 
liend	past tense of “land” 
lient	summer (sb) 
lientsparsaat	daylight saving time (sb) 
liep	linden (sb) 
liess	past tense of “lass” 
lieter	leather ( sb) 
Lietuva	Lithuania 
lietuvan	Lithuanian (sb, adj) 
lieubh	love (vtr) 
Lieubher	Lover (sb) (tarot) 
lieubwehrg	hard-working (adj)
lieun	past tense of “laun 
liev	past tense of “lav” 
liew	small house, cottage (sb) 
lieyn	past tense of “laun” 
lift	lift, elevator (sb) 
liftban	lift/elevator shaft
liftgonel	gondola lift (sb) 
liftkursiy	chairlift (sb) 
lig	past tense of “lineg” 
liga	league (sb); Liga iom Nations = League of Nations 
ligament	ligament (sb) 
lige	face (sb) 
ligne	line (sb); ligne os credit = line of credit 
lignenav	steamer (sm ) 
lignite	lignite   
ligver	Ligurian (adj) 
lihaf	bedcover
lihay	shrewd, clever (adj) 
lik	-like (adj) 
lik	past tense of “leik” 
lika	the same, alike (adv) 
likav	playful (adj) 
likeih	to fly (a flag; vtr) 
likw	tide-mark (sb); left (past tense) 
lil	lily (sb) 
liliac	lilac (sb) 
liman	harbour (sb) 
limbh	limbo (sb) 
lime	lime (color)   
limite	limit ( vtr ) 
limite	limit ( sb) 
limon	silt
limou	citrus limetta (sb) 
limousine	limousine (sb)
lin	flax (sb) 
linask	tench (sb) 
linav	linnet (sb) 
lineal	ruler (sfb) (instrument) 
lineament	lineament (sm ) 
lineg	to lick 
linekw	to leave 
linen	linen ( sb) 
lingerie	lingerie   
lingerie	lingerie   
lingua	language (sb ) 
linguistique	(sing.) = linguistics
liniment	liniment (sb) 
linkwes	infinitive of "linekw" = "to leave"
linoleium	linoleum (sb) 
Linos	Linus (brother of Orpheus)
linse	lens (sb) 
linsemen	linseed   
lintel	header (sm ) 
lion	lion ( sm ) 
liondent	dandelion ( sm ) 
lionfel	linaria (sb) 
lip	lip (sb) 
lipide	lipid (sb) 
lipien	grayling (fish, sb) 
lipreus	greasy, fatty (adj) 
lips	past tense of "leips"
liquefie	liquefy (vtr)
liqueur	liquor (sb) 
liquid	liquid   
liquidation	liquidation (sb) (judicial, bankruptcy) 
liquiditat	liquidity (sb, incl. economics)
lira	lira (& pound in certain countries)
liriope	liriope (sb) 
lis	past tense of « leis » 
Lisboa	Lisbon (npr) 
lising	leasing (rental purchase agreement)
lisor	to lease (rental purchase agreement)
liste	list (sb) 
lit	past participle and past tense of « leit » 
litania	litany ( sb) 
literal	literal
literar	literary (adj) 
literator	man of letters
literature	literature (sb) 
lithographia	lithography   
litsia	lychee (sb) 
litu	drinking session (sb) 
liturgia	liturgy (sb) 
liubh	love ( sb); past tense of “lieubh” 
liuu	pomegranate (sb) 
liuushiek	garnet (color, mineral)   
liv	past tense of “leiv” 
livad	kitchen / vegetable garden (sb) 
livat	to fuck; fucking (!)   
livid	livid ( adj) 
livree	livery( sb) 
llama	llama   
lobby	lobby (sb; pressure group)
lobe	lobe ( sm) 
loboda	orache ( sb ) 
lobut	cudgelling (sb) 
loc	place (sb; turns to "lok-")
localise	locate (vtr) 
localisen irrigation	localised irrigation   
locanda	tap room (sb) 
lockout	lock-out   
lockye	weasel ( sb) 
locomotive	locomotive (sb) 
locus standi	locus standi, standing to appear (law)
locution	announcing, voiceover, speech ; phrase ("phrase" in the sense of something like "adverbial phrase", for example, "at night" is an adverbial phrase in "Loud noise at night is a nuisance")   
loden	loden
lodh	plumb-bob ( sb) 
lodhseid	steady (adj) 
lodhskeir	not steady (sb) 
lodka	fishing boat (sb) 
loft	loft (appartment) 
log	log (sb); log ex = to log out; log in = to log in
log- in	to log in   
logarithme	logarithm   
loge	to accomodate (vtr)   
logic	logical (adj)
logiquer	logician
logistic	logistic (adj)
logo	logo (sb)
logos	speech (sb) 
logule	small log
lohg	past tense of “lehg” 
lohnc	past tense of “lehnc” 
lohr	lore; past tense of "lehr"
loid	clay (sb)
loikwaygwer	bare owner   
loikwn	legacy ( sb) 
loim	damp (adj) 
loisa	ridge of a furrow   
loisa	furrow track (sb) 
lok	place (sb) 
lokat	padlock (sb ) 
lokchuan	silk crepe (sf ) 
loktong	whore ( sf ) (! ) 
loleng	Chinese lantern (sb) 
lollipop	lollipop   
lonc	bow ( sb ) (weapon) 
long	long (adj) 
longe-alamat	chron   
longmetrage	feature film (sm ) 
lopat	shovel ( sb) 
lopatar	fallow deer (sb) 
loquet	counter, window 
lordose	lordosis (sb) 
lori	lory (bird; sb)
lorion	strap, braces (clothing; sb) 
loschak	young stallion 
Lot	Lot (Bible; npr) 
loteng	( sing.) = attic, loft (sb) 
loterie	lottery (sb) 
lothring	Lorrain (adj & sb)
Lothringia	Lorraine (province)
lotion	lotion (sb)
lotse	(maritime) pilot 
lott	to draw lots for; lot, share (sb)
lotus	lotus (sb) 
loupe	magnifying glass (sb) 
lousa	tonsil (body, sb) 
low	dishwater, wishwash (sb) 
lowagh	lavoir, washing place ( sb) 
lowga	washing agent 
lowter	washbasin, sink (sb) 
loy	law (sum of legal norms, sb) 
loy iom large numers	law of large numbers   
loyaltat	loyalty (sb) 
lu	past tense of “leu” 
luat	pitch pipe (sb) 
luba	bower, arbour ( sb) 
luban	olibanum (sb) 
lubher	bast fibre (sb) 
Lubnan	Lebanon ( npr ) 
lubricant	lubricant ( sm ) 
lubrifie	lubricate (vtr.)   
luc	past tense of “leuc” 
lucanca	sausage ( sm ) 
Lucas	Luke ( npr ) 
luce	light (sb) 
luce-yar	light-year   
lucid	lucid (sb) 
Lucifer	Lucifer   
luckern	skylight window (sb) 
Lucretius	Lucretius ( npr ) 
lucro	garish (adj) 
lucrum-cessans	loss of profit   
lucubration	lucubration   
lucubration	lucubration   
lud	past tense of “leud” 
ludder	rogue, rascal (sb)
ludic	play-based, playful   
Ludvic	Lewis 
luf	gun barrel (sb) 
lugh	past tense of “leugh”; lie (sb) 
lughav	perfidious, deceitful ( adj ) 
lughic	wily ( adj) 
luk	hatch ( sb) 
lukad	bright / sunny interval (sb) 
Lukaschenko	Lukachenko
lukma	snack ( sb) 
lukukramb	firefly (sb) 
lull	to lull, cradle (vtr) 
lumatay	to bruise, to wound (sb) 
lumbago	lumbago (sb) 
lumbal punction	lumbar puncture (sb) 
lumel	lout (sb) 
lump	rag (sb) 
lumpen	ragged, tattered (adj) 
lumpia	Spring Roll (chinese food) 
lumpsammler	rag and bone man 
lumpvehsend	dressed in rags (adj)
Luna	the Moon (npr) 
lunatic	lunatic (adj. & sb.)
lung	meadow (sb) 
lup	past tense of “leup” 
lur	past tense of “leur” 
lura	bad wine (sb) 
lurd	filth (sb) 
lure	freedom (sb) 
lurhat	language (sb) (not spoken or particular to a group) 
lus	louse (sb); past tense of “leus” 
luster	luster, chandelier ( sb) 
lutf	kindness (sb) 
lutfan	be nice ! 
lutheran	lutheran   
lutt	burbot (sb) 
luur	to spy on, to watch closely 
luwa	silk thread (sb ) 
Luwi	Luwian ( adj , sb) 
luxe	luxury (sb) 
luxembourgisch	luxembourgish
luxeus	pompous (adj ) 
Luxor	Luxor   
luxuriant	luxuriant, lush ( adj) 
luxurie	splendour; pomp ( sb) 
lwo	to loot; lwo els annem = to take one's breath away 
lwok	sika deer 
lwon	booty ( sb) 
lyceium	secundary school (before University; sb) 
Lydia	Lydia (npr) 
lyegher	bed, couch (sb)
lyehg	to lie (recline horizontally)   
lyehg	to lie (vint) 
lyeig	to lay (vtr) 
lyekwrndwer veine	portal vein   
lyekwrnt	liver ( sb) 
lyekwrntvurst	liverwurst 
lyig	past tense of “lyeig” 
Lykurgos	Lycurgus
lymphe	lymph   
lymphome	lymphoma (sb) 
lynching	lynching (sb)   
lynx	lynx (sb) 
lyogher	watch, look-out (like an animal; for hunting; sb) 
lyogos	deposit (ex
lyohg	past tense of « lyehg » 
lyohga	situation (sb)
lyra	lyre (sb)
lyric	lyric(al)   
Lysip	Lysippos
lysosom	lysosome   
lyt	a little (adv); lyt ed lyt = little by little 
lytil	little (adj) 
lyung	lung (sm ) 
lyut	fierce (adj) 
ma	why ( pron. interr) 
maaf	sorry (adj ) ( excuse) 
maal	good ( sm) ( possession ) 
maallift	lift (sm ) 
maarif	building (fig ) 
Maas	Meuse
maaschouk	lover ( sm ) 
maazwl	removed (adj , sm ) 
macabre	gruesome (adj) 
macadamia	macadamia (sb) 
macaron	macaron   
maceir	(heavy duty) low wall   
macen	stonecutter (sb)
macere	macerate   
machete	machete
Machiavelli	Machiavelli ( npr ) 
machine	machine ( sb) 
machinebunduk	machine gun ( sb ) 
machinepistol	submachine gun 
machisme	machism   
macropsia	macropsia   
macula lutea	macula lutea   
macule	macule (sb., vtr.)   Addihes tod maynen ei inpiut "macule"
macule	dapple ( vtr ) 
madame	Mrs. ; ma'am. 
madeir	timber (sb) 
madenn	mining ( adj ) 
madh	damp, humid   
madh	wet ( adj ) 
madh	to lie, to be shrouded in (fig.) 
madreporic	madreporic (adj) 
madyoun	debtor (adj , sb) 
mae	don't (adv) 
maedwn	friendly ( adj ) 
maememyehrsas	forget-me-not, myosotis (sb) 
maeng	shoot (mastery, skill) (sb) 
maeti	not... anymore (when "mae" ought to be used)
mafia	mafia (sb)
mafioso	mafioso
maflouk	devoid, lacking (adj) 
magasin	store, warehouse (sb) 
magasinier	storekeeper (sb) 
Magdala	Magdala (npr)
Magdalenien	Magdalenian (adj. & n.) 
Magellan	Magellan (npr) 
magh	can, may (vtr) ; power (sb) 
maghil	tomb (sb) 
Maghreb	Maghreb (npr) 
maghrebi	North African
maghses	maybe (adv) 
maghtula	power balance
magia	magics (sb) 
magician	magician (sb)
magisterium	master's degree
magistral formule	compounding (pharmacy, sb.)   
magistrat	magistrate (sb) 
magma	magma
magn	main (adj); magnios sequence star = main sequence star 
magnat	tycoon (sb)
magnesium	magnesium (sb) 
magnet	magnet (sb) 
magnetic resonance	magnetic resonance; Magnetic Resonance Tomographia = Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) 
magnetise	to magnetize (vtr)   
magnetite	magnetite   
magnificence	magnificence (sb)
magnitude	magnitude
magno kyrk	main church, mother church   
magno seghel	mainsail (sb) 
magos	magus (sb) 
magoti	femininity ( sb) 
magur	mound (sb) 
magv	child (sb; young being) 
magvnajisser	pedophile   
Magyar	Hungarian (adj. & sb) 
Magyaria	Hungary (npr) 
mah	to mother   
mahalg	costly
mahar	dowry (sb) 
mahed	cradle (sb, fig.) 
mahel	trial (law)   
mahel	to try (vpr); trial (sb) 
mahibe	formidable ( adj ) 
mahir	cunning ( adj) 
mahjiaung	mahjong ( sb ) 
mahlbehrg	courthouse (sb) 
mahogany	mahogany ( sb) 
mai	May (sb) 
maibrank	maybug (sb) 
maideh	help ! mayday !
maigher	meagre (adj)
mailing	mailshot (sb) 
Maimonides	Maimonides (npr) 
maimour	med + encharged with (adj) 
maimoureih	med + to encharge with 
maincourante	daybook (ex: in police station)
mainframe	mainframe (computer)   
majalah	magazine (sb) 
majestat	majesty (sb) 
majestueus	majestic (adj) 
majlis	assembly house, assembly chamber (sb); Majlis ios Vatan Suria = Syrian National Council
Majlis im Communes	House of Commons 
majnoun	crazy love 
major	major (adj; sb); major arcane = arcana major (sb) (cards); major modus = major scale (music) 
majorat	major of age (adj. & sb) 
majordomo	majordomo (sb) 
majoritar	majoritary (adj)
majoritat	majority (sb)
majuscule	capital letter (adj & sb) 
makah	dive (bad inn; sb) 
makar	although, whatever
makase	railroad switch ( sb) 
makass	(sing) = clippers (sb) (hairdresser ) 
Makassar	Makassar   
makbul	fulfilled, granted (ex
makdour	option ( sm ) ( possibility ) 
makedon	Macedonian
Makedonia	Macedonia (npr) 
maken	poppy (sb) 
makh	make, fabricate (vtr) 
makhboub	darling (adj & sb) 
makhkoum	convicted (adj & sb) 
makhleb	Saint Lucy cherry 
makhmour	drunk ( adj ) 
makhmourluk	hangover ( fig, sb) 
makhsoul	yield, ouput, return ( sb) 
makhsus	on purpose, intentionally (adv ) 
makir	deceitful ( adj ) 
Makka	Mecca (npr) 
makrell	mackerel
makrisch	sorrel (sb) 
makrouse	indebted (adj ) 
maktab	workroom ( sm ) 
maktub	missive (sb) 
makulat	sustenance (sb) 
makuz	( sing) = shears ( splu ) 
mal	poor, mediocre, bad (adj) 
mala	trowel ( sf ) 
Malacca	Malacca   
malaghetta	malaguetta (sf) 
malaise	malaise (sb ) 
malal	weariness ( sb); to weary (vtr) 
malalt	weary ( sb) 
malama	reprimand, rebuke (sb)
malamant	detached (behaviour) 
malaria	malaria (sb) 
malay	corn/maize flour (sb) 
malays	Malay
Maldives	(splu) = Maldives (splu) 
maldivi	Maldivian
malefic	evil (adj) 
malefice	evil spell 
malek	wood fire (sb)
malformation	malformation   
malformation	malformation 
malgasch	malagasy (adj & sb)
malgh	mallow (sb) 
malice	malice (sb)
maligno tumor	malignant tumor   
malin	tainted (adj) 
malinger	puny ( adj ) 
mallah	boatman ( sb ) 
mallands	badlands (splu) 
malleable	malleable ( adj) 
malm	shoal (sb ) 
malnutrition	malnutrition (sb) 
malodore	reek (vint) 
maloul	depressed (adj) 
malst gwahmen	stopgap (sb)
malt	malt (sb) 
malti	Maltese (adj & sb)
maltose	maltose (sb) 
maltraite	maltreatment, mistreatment (sb.) ; maltreat (vtr.)   
Maluku	Maluku
malumat	piece of information (sb) 
malvasia	malmsey (sb) 
malversation	embezzlement (sb)
mamaliga	maize porridge (sb) 
mambh	reproach (vtr) (semject ad semanghen)
mamma	mummy
mammifer	mammal (adj & sb) 
mammwt	mammoth (sb) 
man	to stay (vint) 
manafi	bargain (sb)
manage	manage, run (vtr) 
Manasse	Manasseh (npr)
mandala	mandala   
mandala	mandala
mandarin	mandarin (adj. & sb) 
mandat	mandate (incl. League of Nations)
mandayi	mandaean, mandaeic
mande	to send for (vtr) 
mandile	apron (sb) 
mando	sterile (adj) ( woman) 
mandolin	mandolin ( sf ) 
mandor	foreman (sm ) 
mandover	manpower, labour (sb) 
mandra	cowshed (sb) 
mandragor	mandrake ( sf ) 
maneth	learn ( vtr ) (a news ) 
maneuvre	(military) manoeuvre   
maneuvre	maneuver ( sb) 
manga	manga (japanese comic)   
manganese	manganese (sb) 
mangeit	mangy (adj)
manghan	bewitch (vtr) 
mangolnel	mangonel
mangonel	mangonel   
mangrove	mangrove (sb) 
manhouss	sombre, gloomy 
maniak	maniac (adj. & sb) 
manichaeisme	manichaeism ( sb) 
manicure	manicure ( sb) 
manier	manner (sb) 
manierisme	mannerism   
manifeste	to show, express, demonstrate (vtr) 
manifesto	manifesto (sb)
Manila	Manila (npr) 
manipule	maniple   (Kyrk)
manipule	handle (vtr) 
manju	manchu
Manjukwok	Manchuria
mank	to lack, be lacking (vint); lack (sb)
mankal	brazier (sb) 
mankay	mango ( sf ) 
mankem	Manguean   (Indian)
mankholt	chard ( sf ) 
mann	husband (sb) 
manna	manna
mannequin	dummy; model (sb) 
manngven	mariticide (the person)   
manngvon	mariticide (the action)   
mansarde	mansard roof (sb)
mant	(& mantu) = chin (sb) 
manta rai	Manta ray 
mantega	lard (sb) 
mantein	maintain (vtr) 
manteinance	maintenance (sb)
mantel	coat (sb) 
mantelett	mantlet   
mantelett	mantlet
manthel	calender (vtr) (the linen) 
manticore	manticore (sb) 
mantis	(praying) mantis (sb) 
manufacture	manufacture, factory   
manzil	caoching inn, transport café, stopover 
maoiste	maoist
map	map (sb) 
mapa	folder (organizer)   (kay classifie papiers)
mapsack	binder, satchel ( sb) 
maquette	scale model
maquiss	maquis shrubland 
maquiyage	make-up, greasepaint (sb) 
mar	sea ( sb) 
Mar Agayos	Aegean Sea ( npr ) 
maracuya	passion fruit   
marasmus	marasmus
marathon	marathon (sport)   
Marathon	Marathon (Greece)   
maraux	longspined bullhead 
maraz	sickly ( adj ) 
marba !	pleased to meet you ! 
marbrehger	breakwater (structure)   
marcasite	marcasite   
Marcell	Marcellus
marche	march (sb & vint)
marcotten	layering (sb.)   
marct	(& marken) = craggy, seamed (face; adj)
Marcus Aurelius	Marcus Aurelius (npr) 
mareghi	urchin (sb) 
marg	edge (sb) 
margarine	margarine (sb) 
marge	margin (sb) 
marginal	marginal (adj)
marginalise	marginalize (vtr.)   
margwenak	siren, mermaid (sb) 
marhoum	late (deceased; adj) 
marhour	haughty (adj) 
Maria	Mary ( npr ) 
Marianas	(Insules) = Mariana Islands 
marik	burglar (sb) 
marine	navy (sb) 
marineblou	navy blue (adj) 
marinfanteriste	Marine soldier (sb) 
marinpineg	marine painting (sb)   
marionette	marionette (sb) 
maritim	maritime (adj)
marjban	ranger (of Middle-Earth; sb) 
mark	march (border)   (grance territorium)
mark	to mark (out); mark, trademark(sb); march (sb) (territory) 
mark lurhat	markup language   
markaukhkwl	sea snail   
marketing	marketing (sb) 
marloub	defeated (adj) 
marloubeih	defeat (vtr) 
marloubia	defeat (sb) 
Marmara	id - = Sea of Marmara
marmelade	marmalade (sb) 
marmor	marble (sb)
marmosett	marmoset (sb) 
marn	present tense base of “marsen” 
marnad	pipefish ( sm ) 
marnigv	mermaid ( sb) 
marode	to be on the prowl 
Marok	Morocco (npr) 
maroki	Moroccan 
marone	maroon (vtr., intentional act of abandoning someone in an uninhabited area)   
maronite	maronite
marotte	fad (sb) 
maroul	lettuce (sb) 
marpertu	fjord
marquesa	marchioness   
marquese	marquis (sb) 
marqueterie	marquetry   
Mars	Mars (npr; planet)
marsan	Martian (adj. & sb)
marschal	marshal (sb) 
marseghel	topsail ( sb ) 
marsen	to wither, to decay 
Marsilio Ficino	Ficino (npr) 
marsiuge	sea-sickness (sb) 
marswin	porpoise (sb)
mart	March (month, sb) 
marter	marten (sb) 
marthiya	dirge (sb; chant) 
martial	martial (adj. & npr) 
martyr	martyr (sb) 
marwtia	impetuosity
marwtic	fiery (adj) 
marz	disgust (vtr ) 
marzih	caprice, whim (sb) 
marzipan	marzipan (sb) 
masaar	reliquary, shrine ( sb) 
mascarade	mascarade (sb) 
masch	sweet pea ( sb) 
maschiculi	machicolation ( sb ) 
maschkhoul	engaged ( adj ) ( borrowed , used) 
maschkouk	doubtful ( adj) 
maschour	famous ( adj ) 
maschrou	legitimate (adj ) 
maschruu	striped ( adj) 
maschtab	standard ( sm) ( measure ) 
mascotte	mascot ( sb) 
masculin	masculine (adj) 
masgal	arrow slit 
masjid	mosque (sb); Masjid al Aksa = Al Aqsa Mosque
mask	mask (sb & vtr)
Maskat	Muscat ( npr ) 
maskbal	fancy-dress bowl 
maslag	Datura stramonium ( sm ) 
masnadh	prop ( sm ) 
masochiste	masochist   
masraf	expenditure (sfb) & spend ( vtr ) 
masrour	glad ( adj ) 
massacre	massacre (sb) 
massaf	line, queue (sb) 
massage	massage (sb & vtr)
massal	joke, trick, hoax (sb) 
massalla	prayer rug 
masse	mass (sb) 
massen media	(splu) = mass media 
massengrabh	mass grave, "potter's field" (sb) 
massif	mountain range (sb) 
massing	brass (sb) 
massive	massive ( adj) 
masson	freemason   
massoul	responsible, liable ( adj , sb) 
massur	weaver spool 
mast	mast (sb) 
mastitis	mastitis   
mastodon	mastondon (sb) 
mat	checkmate (chess; sb) 
matam	lugubrious ( adj) 
matamoro	braggart, matamoro   
matamoro	matamoros (sb) 
match	match (sb; sport) 
mater	mother ( sb) 
materbahsa	mother tongue (sb) 
materia	matter, substance (sb) 
material	material (sb & adj) 
materland	mother country   
maternitat	maternity hospital (sb)
materplack	motherboard (sb) 
matertat	motherhood (sb)
math	past tense of “maneth” 
mathal	saying, dictum (sb) 
mathalan	for example, for instance 
mathematique	(sing) = mathematics ( splu ) 
mathematiquer	mathematician (sb) 
mathmoun	content (sb); to contain (vtr) 
mati	mate (drink)   
matier	field ( discipline, sb ) 
matil	moth
matrass	mattress (sb) 
matriarchat	matriarchy
matrimonial separation	legal separation (couple)   
matrimonial separation	legal separation
matrix	matrix (sb) 
matrona	matron   
matrone	matron   
matrose	seaman (sb ) 
matruw	maternal uncle ( sm ) 
matta	mat ( sf ) ( bench ) 
matteurp	to mend with straw   
Matthias Corvinus	Matthias Corvinus   
matur	mature (adj) 
Matyah	Mathew ( npr ) 
mau	barter (vtr) 
maul	sacrifice (vtr) 
maun	warn (vtr) 
maund	protection
maung	much, many (adj. & adv) 
mauntia	muse (sb) 
maur	dark; swarthy (adj) 
maurdh	murder (sb & vtr) 
maurdher	murderer (sb) 
maurg	morning from 0H00 to daylight, « graveyard's shift » 
Mauritania	Mauritania (npr) 
Mauritius	Mauritius (npr) 
maurk	destrier (sb) ; knight (chess ; sb) 
maurkschalk	marshal ( sb) ( in charge of horses ) 
mausoleium	mausoleum (sb) 
maut	toll ( sb) 
mauve	mauve (adj ; color ) 
mauxekwan	capillary vessel 
mawi	faded (adj ) 
mawjuiji	ink brush 
maxam	design, intention (sb) 
maxim	maxim (sb)
maximum	maximum (sb) 
Maximus is Confessor	Maximus the Confessor   
maxud	intentional ( adj ) 
maydan	playground 
mayer	tenant farmer (sb) 
mayeutique	mayeutics
mayka	jersey (sb) 
maykhana	tavern, inn (sb) 
mayl	mile (avoirdupois system; sb) 
maymoun	monkey (sb) 
mayn	opinion (sb); to mean (vtr) 
maynad	maenad (sb) 
maynen	meaning (sb)
maynleudher	detached (behavior)   
maynmeid	poll (sb) 
mays	maize (sb ) 
mayster	master ( sb ) 
mayu	swampy ground 
mayukh	ankle (sf ) (wood ) 
mayuss	disconsolate (adj ) 
mayzel	butcher, hack, mangle ( vtr ) 
mayzelar	pork butcher (sb) 
maz	maggot (sb) 
mazbakh	slaughterhouse ( sb ) 
mazgh	(sing) = brains (splu) 
mazreb	big top of tent (sb) 
mazuk	strawberry ( sb ) 
me	me (accusative) 
meander	meander (sb ) 
mecanic	mechanical (adj) 
mecanic molive	mechanical pencil   
mecanic resistence	strength of materials   
mecanique	mechanics ( sb) 
mecanisme	mechanism ( sb ) 
mecaniste	mechanic, driver ( sb) 
mecene	patron   
med	with (means; prep) 
medayl	medal ( sb ) 
medaylon	medallion (sb) 
mede	mede
Medea	Medea (npr) 
medgu	common pochard ( sb) 
mediatic	media (adj)
mediatolker	media player (software)
medic	doctor, physician (sb) 
Medici	Medici (npr) 
medicin	medicine (sb) 
Mediev	Middle-Age   
Medina	Medina   
medio	middle (adj & sb ) ( center) 
mediocampiste	midfielder (soccer)   
mediocre	mediocre ( adj ) 
mediofingher	middle finger (sb) 
Mediomar	Mediterranean (Sea ) 
Mediorient	Middle East ( sb ) 
meditation	meditation (sb ) 
medium	medium (plural: mediums)   
mediunitat	mediumship   
medsu	amidst ( prep ) 
medu	mead (sm ) 
medusa	jellyfish ( sf ) 
medv	heady, inebriating (adj) 
medven	to make drunk (vtr) 
medvia	drunkenness (sb)
medyen lyegher	media layer   (internet)
Medyeusteuropay Lands	Err :509
meg	very, much (adv) 
megagmo	ecliptic   (ja exist; precision; nomen)
megagmo	the Great Way (ex : stars) 
megalith	megalith (sb)
megalomaniak	megalomaniac (adj, sb) 
megalopolis	megalopolis   
megaphone	megaphone, loud hailer   
megatmen	magnanimous (adj) 
megaurb	megacity ( sb ) 
megder	redwood (sb) 
megdos	greatness 
mege	size (sb) 
Meger Belt	Great Belt
megil	(comp. meger; sup. megst) = great, large (adj) 
Megil Hevd	Holy Week 
Megil Juma	Good Friday 
megil klewos	(sing) = deeds (splu), “big glory” (sb) 
Megil-Hellad	Magna Graecia   
mehgh	to grant (vtr)
mehl	grind (vtr) 
mehld	to signal, announce (vtr), to pray (vint) 
mehlden	prayer; description, particulars (sb) 
mehldschid	leaflet
mehlg	milk (vtr) 
mehlstrohm	maelstrom   
mehlstrohm	maelstrom
mehm	remember (vtr) 
mehmen	remembrance (sb) 
mehn	think (vtr); thought (sb) (general) 
mehr	die (vint) 
mehreina	place to die (sb)
mehsg	knit (vtr ) 
mehsgmen	knitting (sb) 
meic	blink (vint) (eye) 
meid	measure (vtr & sb); ep meid = bespoke 
meidaw	upside down (adj) 
meidic	modest (adj) 
meih	to mitigate (vtr)   
meil	prefer, like (vtr) 
meinc	diminish (vtr/vint) 
meingfu	issue ( sf) ( death ) 
meini	minnow (sb ) 
meinyun	fate, destiny ( sb ) 
meiose	meiosis
meirka	young lady   
meirong	maze ( sm ) 
meis	more (adv) 
meisg	to cross (incl. breed)   (pati genetique, bo vtr & vint)
meist	most (adv) 
meiter	to reciprocate   
meith	+ acc. = change of (vint) 
meithel	main square 
meithyo	seedling, sapling (the plant that is meant to be transplanted to another place, like a tree seedling)   
meiwrnt	term (duration; sb)
meiwrntisu	arrow of time   
meizd	to reward, recompense (vtr) 
meja	table (sb) ( for eating) 
mejban	host (sm ) (receiving ) 
meje	eat ( vtr ) ( seated) 
mejeina	dining room (sb) 
Mekhlen	Mechelen ( npr , city of Belgium ) 
mekhtab	moonlight 
meklemm	ointment ( sb) 
Mekong	Mekong (sb) 
mela	black ink (sb); ink-black (adj) 
melamine	melamine
melankholic	melancholic ( adj ) 
melanome	melanoma (sb) 
Melchisedech	Melchizedek (npr) 
melee	melee   
melee	melee
Melewagher	Meleager
melez	mongrel   
melg	milk (sb) 
melgarie	dairy (sb) 
melgpeku	dairy cattle   
Melgvia	Milky Way ( sb) 
melinder	honey fritter (sb) 
meliponiculture	meliponiculture   
meln	muddy (adj) 
melodia	melody (sb) 
melodrame	melodrama   
melomane	music lover
melon	melon (sb) 
melopoia	chant (sf ) 
melos	softness, mellowness
melsk	soft, mellow (adj) 
melv	flour (sb) 
melwrnt	flour (non-vegetal)   (non-vegetal)
member	member (sb) 
membrane	membrane (sb) 
membraneus	membranous (adj) 
meme	meme   
memmen	+ acc. = evoke the memory of (vint) 
memorandum	memorandum, memorial (sb) 
memoria	memory (sb) 
memorise	memorize (vtr)
mems	limb (sb) (body) 
memsbat	(& memsbaten) = aching (when referring to tiredness, body; adj) 
memuar	memoir ( sb ) ( story ) 
men	thought (general, philosophy)   (sb)
men	but ( conj) 
menace	menace (sb & vtr ) 
menach	fop (sb ) 
menagerie	menagerie (sb) 
Menander	Menander   
menay	to envision, think (vtr)   
Mencius	Mencius
mendel	almond (sb) 
Mendeleyev	Mendeleev (npr) 
mender	mountain lake (sb ) 
menegh	crowd (sb) 
Menelaos	Menelaus   
menexi	violet (flower, sb) 
mengain	vice (for tools, sb) 
menghia	whole, set (sb)   
mengusch	pendant (jewel; sb) 
meningitis	meningitis (sb) 
Menkaura	Menkaure   
menos	consciousness, spirit, intent (sb) 
Menoslawyos	Menelaus   
menot	lunation, moon's month
mens	mess (dinning room; sb) 
mensc	human, man (sb) 
menscenrect	Human right   
menscenressurces	human resources
menscgenos	(hu)mankind (sb) 
menscule	uvula (sb) 
mensdeh	wisdom ( sf ) 
mensdeht	(& mensdehn) = full of wisdom 
mensdehyazgen	[mënsde:yAdjën] = zoroastrianism (sb) 
mensdehyazgi	zoroastrian (believer)   
menstruation	menstruation (sb) 
ment	mind (sb) 
mental	mental (adj) 
mental retard	mental retard (sb) 
mentangst	remorse ( sp) 
Mentat	Mentat (sb ) ( Dune) 
mention	mention (vtr & sb ) 
mentor	thinker (sb) 
menue	menu ( sb) 
menuet	minuet
menxu	while (conj.) 
meongcin	bird of prey (sb) 
mer	mere (adj.) 
mercantile	mercantile (adj.) 
mercantilisme	mercantilism
mercat	market (sb) 
mercatcapitalisation	market capitalization
mercatsok	market research
mercenar	mercenary (adj. & sb) 
mercerie	haberdashery (sb) 
merchandising	merchandising (sb)
mercie	mercy (sb) 
Mercur	Mercury ( npr ) ( planet ) 
meremett	mending (sm ) 
meremettise	darn ( vtr ) 
Merenptah	Merneptah
merg	dive (vtr/vint) 
mergbaurd	diving board (sb) 
merghel	marl   
mergis	filth (sb) 
mergist	filthy, disgusting (adj)
mergschowbey	diving equipment (sb) 
meriend	provision, food (sb) 
merig	merry (adj) 
merit	merit (sb) (advantage, benefit; law case) 
merlang	whiting (sb)
merlon	merlon (sb) 
merluce	hake (sb) 
Merovech	Merovech
meroveching	merovingian
mersie	thank you (interjection) 
mersortrakh	diving suit   
merteck	joist (sb) 
merti	mortal (adj) (doomed to die) 
merto	mortality
meryo	young warrior 
mesel	blackbird (sb) 
Mesopotamia	Mesopotamia (npr) 
mesopotamiak	Mesopotamian
mesozoique	mesozoic (era)   (sb)
mespil	medlar (sb) 
message	message ( sb) 
message pwarn	errand boy ( sb) 
messager	messenger (sb) 
messap	Messapian   
messe	mass (sb) 
messiah	Messiah (sb) 
messianisme	messianism
mestiss	mestisso, métis (sb) 
mestissage	miscegenate   (Addihes id verb form pro tod ja existent werd)
mestissage	interbreeding
met	dish, meal (sb) 
metabolisme	metabolism ( sb ) 
metall	metall (sb) 
metallurgia	metallurgical industry
metaphor	metaphor
metaphysique	metaphysics   
Metapontum	Metapontum   
Metaschala	Methuselah (npr) 
metastase	metastasis (sb) 
Metastasio	Metastasio
meteor	meteor (sb) 
meteoric	dazzling, incredible (adj) 
meteorite	meteorite (sb) 
meterise	retrenchment ( sm ) 
methane	methane (sb) 
methode	method ( sb) 
metonymia	metonymy   
metrique	metre   
metro	underground
metropolis	metropolis (sf ) 
mett	mow ( vtr ) 
meublar	furniture ( sm ) 
meuble	piece of furniture (sb ) 
meudh	ub = cheer up 
meugh	mug ( sm ) ( drinking ) 
meuk	release (vtr ) , drop (vtr ) 
meun	moon (sf ) 
meunpisk	sunfish   
meunweus	moonrise (sb) 
meurch	cement (vtr ) (fig ) 
meurch	harden ( vint / vtr ) 
meurcher	mortar (sm ) ( concrete) 
meurm	swarm (vint) 
meute	pack (ex
mev	gull ( sf ) 
Mexico	Mexico ( npr ) 
mezzanine	mezzanine
mi	to me 
miasma	miasma
miau	miaow
mic	wink (sb); past tense of “meic” 
Michael	Michael (npr) 
Michael Servetus	Michael Servetus (npr) 
Michel	Michael   
Michelangelo	Michelangelo ( npr ) 
micri	tiny ( adj ) 
micro	microphone ( sb) 
micro-rika	headset (sb) 
microbe	microbe, germ (sb) 
microbian	microbian, microbial
microcosme	microcosm (sb)
microcredit	microcredit
microfinance	microfinance
microgrov	microgroove   
microorganisme	microorganism (sb) 
microphone	microphone ( sb) 
microprocessor	microprocessor (sb) 
microscope	microscope ( sb ) 
microtubule	microtubule   
mid	past tense of « meid » 
middien	noon (sb) 
midfabricat	intermediate good
midocean regv	mid-ocean ridge   
midspilker	fid (tool for ropes)
mie	(sing.)
miech	blade of weapon (sb) 
miechel	thin strip / blade (sb) 
miechstaven	metal shutter 
miedh	past tense of “madh” 
miegve	childhood (sb) 
miehel	past tense of “mahel” 
miekh	past tense of “makh” 
mielt	honey (sb) 
mielt-menot	honeymoon   
miembh	past tense of “mambh” 
miems	meat ( sb) 
miemspeku	beef cattle   
mien	my, mine; past tense of “man” 
miens	of my (singular)
mienthel	past tense of “manthel” 
mier	big, large ( adj ) 
mierer-pold	uppercase   
mierk	past tense of “mark” 
Mierstieups	“Strider” (name of Aragorn in the “Lord of the Rings”) 
mierz	past tense of “marz” 
mieu	past tense of « mau » 
mieul	past tense of « maul » 
mieun	past tense of “maun” 
mieurdh	past tense of “maurdh” 
mieyn	past tense of “mayn” 
mieyzel	past tense of “mayzel” 
mifussal	hinge (sb) 
migh	past tense of "minegh"
mighel	mist (sb) 
mignon	minion (sb) 
migrator	migratory ( adj) ( bird) 
miieu	past tense of "miau"
mijmer	censer (sb) 
mikdar	amount (sb & vtr) 
mil	thousand ( num ); past tense of “meil” 
mild	mild ( adj ) 
milder	alleviate, mitigate (vtr ) 
mildet	pity ( sb ) 
milesio	Milesian   
Miletos	Miletus (npr) 
mileus	compassionate ( adj) 
milfel	mille-feuille (sb) 
milgran	pomegranate tree (sb)
milice	militia (sb) 
milicionaire	militiaman (sb) 
milieu	milieu (sb) (environment) 
militant	militant (adj. & sb)
militar	military (adj) 
milite	to be a militant
miliu	millet (sb) 
milium	mile (measure unit; sb; in avoirdupois system “mayl”) 
millenarisme	millennialism (sb) 
millennium	millennium (sb) 
million	million (acts like a distributive number)
millionaire	millionaire
milz	spleen (sb; body) 
mime	mime (vtr & sb) 
mimic	mimic (adj.)   
mimicrie	mimicry (sb) 
mimithav	flighty, fickle (adj)
minara	minaret (sb) 
minc	thin, slim (adj); past tense of “meinc” 
mine	mine (sb) 
minegh	urinate (vtr) 
miner	miner (sb) 
mineral	mineral; mineral aqua = mineral water 
mingo	sunday (sb) 
miniature	miniature (sb) 
miniaturise	miniaturize (vtr) 
minibar	minibar   
minimum	minimum   
ministerium ios interior	interior ministry
ministrant	altar server (sb) 
ministrell	minstrel (sb) 
minoic	Minoan   
Minor Conventual	Conventual Franciscan (sb) 
minorat	minor, infant (sb, adj) 
Minotaur	Minotaur (npr) 
minst	least (adv); Minst antslehnkus lands = least advanced countries
mint	mint (sb; flower) 
mintean	underbodice (sb) 
minter	less (adv) 
minu	slim, slight, tiny (adj) 
minus	minus (mathematics); missing (adj; when it refers to some counting) 
minuscule	small (letter)(adj. & sb)
minute	minute (sb) 
miracle	miracle (sb ) 
miraculeus	miraculous (adj) 
mirage	mirage (sb) 
mirath	inheritance, patrimony (sb) 
miris	stock ( sm ) 
mirobolant	fantastic, fanciful, gaudy, megalomaniac, ambitious, extraordinary, incredible   
mirveylment	wonder ( sm ) 
miryow	spell (sm ) 
misab	eave (sb) 
misanthrope	misanthropist, misanthropic   
mischko	high forest (sb) 
mischmasch	mishmash (sb) 
mischnah	mishna
mise-en-abime	mise en abyme   
Miseno	Miseno   
miser	miserable (adj) 
misere	misery (sb) (miserable situation)
misgvalt	brutal mistake (ex: police abuse)
miskett	muscat (sb) 
miskin	mean, miserable, poor 
misogynia	misogyny
misogyniste	misogynist (sb) & misogynistic (adj)
misplais	offend (vtr) 
misprete	misunderstand (vtr) 
Misr	Egypt ( npr ) 
miss	to miss (someone) 
missal	missal (sb) 
misserve	to go against, put at a disadvantage 
missil	missile (sb) 
mission	mission   
mission	mission (sb) 
missionar-oblat	MIssionary Oblate   
missulouk	dia = to treat harshly (vtr)
mistreus	to mistrust (vtr)
mith	past tense of “meith” 
Mithras	Mithrras
mitkali	vichy cotton (sb) 
mitochondrion	mitochondrium (sb) 
mitra	mitre (sb) 
miulwa	sugar cane (sb) 
mix	mix ( vtr ) 
miyanch	broker ( sm ) 
miyanchia	brokerage ( sb) 
mizdenyagher	bounty hunter 
mizdo	reward (sb) 
mizdobor	laureate   
mizrab	bat (sb ) (ex
mlege	softroe (sb) 
mliak	coax (vtr); meek, sweet (adj) 
mo	film (sb) (thin envelope) 
moan	Mon (people & language)
mobil	movable   
mobilisation	mobilization (sb) 
mobilise	mobilize (vtr)
mobilphone	mobile phone
mochi	rice cake ( sb ) 
mode	fashion (sb) 
mode defilee	fashion show   
model	model (sb) 
modelisme	model building   
modem	modem (sb) 
moder	bluish (adj) 
moderat	moderate (adj)
moderator	(TV, radio) presenter
modifie	modify (vtr) 
modus	mode (sb) 
moffic	stuffy, muggy (adj) 
mohawk	mohawk, mohican (hairstyle)   
mohgh	past tense of "mohgh"
mohican	Mahican, Mohican (tribe)   
mohl	past tense of “mehl” 
mohldt	/mohlden xitu = classified facility
mohlg	past tense of “mehlg” 
mohm	past tense of “mehm” 
mohn	thought (past tense) 
mohr	past tense of “mehr” 
mohrt	death ( sb); dead (adj) 
Mohrt Mar	Dead Sea (npr) 
Mohrts kyasen	capital punishment (sb) 
mohsg	past tense of “mehsg” 
moin	palisade, picket fence   (Correction pro id englisch entrat. Id tarjem "fence" dehlct ses supressen)
moin	fence (sb ) 
moineih	to bedeck; strengthen 
moini	performance (of service; sb) 
moinitor	provider (of a service)   
moinos	ring (of people, for example in drug dealing)
moit	(sing) = gallows (splu) 
mokan	plucky, jaunty (adj) 
mokhayar	moire, watering (sb) 
mokrice	woodlouse (sb) 
mokye	midge ( sb)( insect) 
molda	clay
moldure	molding
mole	mole (unit; sb) 
molecule	molecule (sb) 
moleskin	moleskin   
moleste	molest (vtr.)   
molg	newt (sb) 
moli	jetty, pier (sb)
molie	to give trouble (to do something; + dative of the person) 
molika	silver fir 
molin	mill (sb) 
molive	pencil (sb) 
moll	soft (adj) 
mollach	awkward lump
Mollah	Mullah (sb) 
mollesse	softness (sb)
mollusk	mollusc (sb) 
molos	setback, issue
molosser	big hound
molybdenum	molybdenum (sb) 
mombin	hog plum, yellow mombin   
moment	moment (sb) 
momentan	momentary   
mon	(a)lone, lonely 
monade	monad (philosophy)   
monarch	monarch (sb) 
monasteir	monastery (sb)
monastic	monastic 
monazite	monazite
monegask	monégasque
monetar masse	money supply
monetar serpent	(european) "Snake in the tunnel"   
monete	coins, change (sb) 
mongoloid	mongoloid ( adj. & n. ) 
moni	necklace ( sm ) ( jewel ) 
monitor	monitor (screen); supervisor, instructor   
monobrov	unibrow, jacco brow, monobrow   
monochrome	monochrome (painting)   
monochromia	camaieu (sb) 
monocle	monocle (sb) 
monoculture	monoculture (sb) 
monodrame	monodrama   
monoglot	monoglot   
monolith	monolith ( sb) 
monopodial	monopodial   
monopol	monopoly (sb) 
monoscope	TV test card (sb) 
monotheisme	monotheism
monotone	monotonous (adj)
monovan	minivan   
monsignore	Monsignore   
monsignore	monsignore
monster	monster (sb) 
monstrance	monstrance   
monstrueus	monstrous (adj) 
mont	mount ( sb ) 
montage	film-editing   (dayir films)
montage ligne	assembly line (sb) 
montagneryss	( sing ) = roller coaster ( splu ) 
montay	knoll, hillock (sb) 
monte	mount (a beast), assemble (a mechanism) 
montur	battle dress (sb) 
monument	monument   
moor	moor (sb)
mops	nasty little lap-dog 
moquette	fitted carpet, wall-to-wall carpetting 
mor	rubble ( sb) 
morabit	marabout ( sb) 
moral	moral (adj); morale (sb) 
moralitat	morals (splu) 
moratorium	moratorium
Morava	Moravia
moravan	Moravian (sb)
moravsk	Moravian (adj)
moravski fraters	(splu) = Moravian Church
morber	mulberry (fruit)   (fruit; correction)
morber	blackberry (sb) 
morbid	morbid (adj) 
morbiditat	morbidity (rate; sb)
mordv	mordvin
Morea	Morea (npr) 
mores	habits, customs (splu) 
morey	moray eel (sb) 
Morgan	Morgan le Fay   
moribund	dying, about to die (adj) 
morja	walrus (sb) 
mork	carrot (sb) 
morphine	morphine   
morphine	morphine
morphologia	morphology   
mors	mole (on the skin; sb) 
mortaise	mortise (sb)
mortal	mortal (adj); mortal danger = danger of death 
mortek	bound to death (sb) 
mortier	mortar (artillery)   (artillerie)
mortification	mortification (sb) 
mortifie	mortify (vtr.)   
mortuar	mortuary (adj.)   
mosayic	mosaic ( sb) 
moscel	clam ( sb) 
Moses	Moses (npr) 
moskitt	mosquito (sb) 
Moskovsk	of Muscovy (adj.)   
Moskva	Moscow ( npr ) 
moss	moss ( sb) ( plant ) 
moster	encephalon   
mot	burst (in mind; sb) 
motac	wagtail (sb) (bird) 
motel	motel (sb)
motic	hoe (sb) 
motion	to make gestures 
motivation	motivation (sb)
motive	tune (sb) (music) 
moto	motorcycle (sb) 
motocycle	(& motocyclette) = motorcycle (sb) 
motocycliste	motorcyclist (sb) 
motor	engine ( sb) 
motorcap	cylinder head   
motorghalg	push-rod   
motorseg	chainsaw (sb) 
motto	motto (sb) 
mouhakeme	conviction (trial, sb ) 
mouhar	stamp (seal, sb) 
moustache	mustache (sb) 
mov	motion, move (sb); move (vtr/vint) 
moveina	circle of influence of a movement
movil	loose, friable (adj; ex: earth) 
movilstand	tilth (state of the aggregates of the soil)   
movment	movement (incl. music)
mowktan	charcoal (sb) 
mowtan	tree peony 
mox	(moxu) = soon (adv) 
Mozambique	Mozambique
mozg	marrow (sb) 
mozzarella	mozzarella (sb) 
mreja	fishing net (sb) 
mrich	pepper-tree   (plante)
mriga	big game animal 
mu	pout (sb) 
muadeb	respectful (adj) 
mualim	scholar, savant (sb)
muamma	riddle (sb) 
muassir	contemporary (adj) 
muazan	muezzin (sb) 
muazwl	dismissed person
mubalarha	pomposity (sb)
mubtada	beginner, novice (sb) 
mubtala	afflicted, distressed (adj)
mucilage	mucilage   
mucosa	mucosa   
mucoviscidose	cystic fibrosis   
mucus	mucus (sb) 
mudam	continually (adv) 
mudel	detergent (sb) 
mudh	mud (sb); past tense of “meudh” 
mudhguarde	mudguard ( sb) 
mudimaar	vain, conceited person (sb) 
mudra	roll (sb) 
mufareb	cheater
muff	muff (sb)
muffel	(big) mitten
muffin	muffin (sb)
mufide	salutary (adj) 
muflis	bankrupt 
Mugdischo	Mogadishu
mugeih	bawl ( vint ) 
mugh	bellow (vint) 
Muhammad	Muhammad (npr) 
muhandis	technician ( sb) 
muhanga	anteater (sb) 
muhim	considerable ( adj) 
mujarim	guilty, convicted (adj. & sb) 
mujaurr	neighbouring (adj ) 
mujilid	bookbinder (sb) 
mujra	allowance (sb) 
muk	mouth (ex: of an animal); past tense of “meuk” 
mukabal	kabbalist
mukadar	sullen (adj) 
mukadma	litigation (sb) 
mukam	stay, sojourn (sb & vint) 
mukamstitule	permanent resident card
mukarime	benefactor (sb)
mukawi	invigorating (adj ) 
mukel	muzzle (of a gun; sb) 
mukhatna	circumsized (sm)
mukhayar	street pedlar (sb)
mukhla	time limit (sb) 
mukhlat	respite (sb) 
mukhsen	helpful (adj) 
mukht	sheaf (of straw; sb) 
mukhtaj	needy (adj) 
mukhtmel	likely (adj) 
mukhtmelia	verisimilitude   
mukskip	mugshot (sb) 
mukuzay	bric-a-brac 
mulakat	appointment (sb) 
mulasel	mullet (sb) 
mulasim	assistant (sb) 
mulat	mulatto
mulayim	slight ( adj) ( fig) 
mulch	mulch, mulching   
muld	slag heap ( sb) 
mule	mule (sf) 
Mullah Nasreddin Khoja Effendi Juha	Nasreddin ( npr ; legendary figure ) 
mullett	mullet (hair)   
mulmul	muslin (sf ) 
mult	many ( adj) 
multinational	multinational
multiplatforme	cross-platform (adj)
multiplicationstable	multiplication table (sb)
Mumbay	Mumbai, Bombay (npr) 
mumia	mummy ( sb) 
mumification	mummification   
mumkin	feasible (adj) 
mumps	mumps ( sm ) (illness ) 
mumtase	distinguished ( adj ) 
munassib	congruent, adapted (adj) 
mund	world ( sb) 
mundan	wordly; pertaining to social life, refined (adj) 
mundial	world(wide), global (adj ) 
mundie	Monday (sb) 
mundmap	map of the world (sb) 
mundule	mandala ("small world")   
mundule	mandala
Munich	Munich   
munition	ammunition (sb) 
munk	monk (sb) 
munkin	nun (sb) 
munsche	assistant, clerk (sb) 
munt	month (sb) 
mur	wall ( sb ) 
murabba	jam (sb) 
muraisch	marsh ( sb) 
murak	cloudberry (sb) 
mural	(pineg) = mural (painting) (sb) 
murar	mason ( sb ) 
muraria	masonry ( sf ) 
murch	past tense of “meurch” 
murdar	dirty (adj ) 
murg	white with a slight shade (adj) 
murgan	lamb with black stripes 
murhoul	Moghol
murjan	red coral (sb) 
murluster	wall sconce (sb) 
murm	ant (sb); past tense of “meurm” 
murmure	murmur (vtr ) 
murmweik	anthill ( sb) 
murtrap	service-hatch ( sb) 
muru	dunghill 
mus	mouse (sb)
musar	buzzard 
musch	fly (animal, sb)
muschabad	conjurer (magician, sb) 
muschama	bath mat 
muschdiemen	bow-tie ( sb) 
muschkil	painful ( adj) 
muschkilan	painstakingly (adv) 
muschmwla	medlar-tree (sb) 
muschrik	associate (Quran)   arab = مشرك
muschron	St. George's mushroom   (kay correge tod entrat)
muschron	mushroom (sb) 
muschteri	customer (sb) 
muschteria	customership (sb) 
muscle	muscle (sb) 
muscleus	brawny (adj ) 
musculature	muscle structure (sb) 
museium	museum (sb) 
music	music (sb) 
musical	musical (adj); musical theatre (sb)
musician	musician (sb) 
musique-concrete	musique concrète   
musk	musk (sb) 
muskete	musket (sb) 
muslim	muslim (adj. & sb); Muslim Braters = Muslim Brothers 
muspad	mouse pad
mussafaha	handshake (sb) 
mussafer	traveller (sb) 
mussafer pehrner	travelling salesman, traveling merchant   
mussalsal	continuous ( adj) 
mussim	monsoon ( sf ) 
must	wort (sm ) 
mustahkam	on the “guard yourself” position (adj ) 
mustajer	tenant, lodger ( sb ) 
mustathna	apart from ( prep ) 
mustaur	well-done (cooked; adj) 
mustra	sample (sb) 
mustra glas	watch glass (for chemicals)   
mustring	monstrous (adj ; appearance)
mut	mute (adj) 
mutaasib	biased (adj) 
mutaassif	sorry (adj) 
mutabeid	to disabuse
mutabuneg	to second (ex: an employee) (vtr) 
mutaharib	belligerent (adj & sb)
mutalba	claim (sb) 
mutamarrid	refractory, objectory (adj) 
mutamayn	to make up one's mind
mutamenos	fickle (adj) 
mutaol	emptying (of a car's oil; sb) 
mutasalzal	shaky (adj ) 
mutaschalter	network switch (sb) 
mutastrehc	to turn inside out (a garment)   (vtr)
mutatrehc	change of direction
mutawassit	average
mutaweik	to move (house)
mutawoik	metic (adj & sb) 
mutiara	pearl necklace (sb) 
mutie	mumble (vtr ) 
mutlak	absolutely ( adv) 
muton	mutton 
mutt	to take place, to have grounds to 
mutu	each other 
mutual	mutual (adj); mutual fund = mutual fund
muwazana	balance remains 
muxit	snot, booger, bugger   
muzlim	low, feeble (adj ) (fig. intensity) 
mwanien	prosper, thrive (vint ) 
mwaungsou	escape ( vpr ) 
mwembi	mango tree
mweyssui	unfinished ( adj) 
mwurjien	unmanned (adj) 
myanma	Burmese
Myanmar	Burma (npr) 
mycelium	mycelium   
mydriasis	mydriasis   
myehrk	decompose ( vpr ) 
myehrs	forget ( vtr ) 
myeirk	to degrade (tr. organism)   (transitive os "myehrk")
mygal	(& mygalomorph) = mygalomorpha (adj & sb) 
Mykainas	Mycenae (npr) 
mykainay	mycenaean
mynder	proud (adj) 
myndert	pride (sb) 
myohrk	past tense of “myehrk” 
myohrs	past tense of “myehrs” 
myorki	sapric   
myriade	myriad (sb) 
myriapode	centipede (sb) 
myrobalan	mirobalan (sb) 
myrt	myrtle (sb) 
myryi	(adj. pl) = ten thousand (num) (declinable; poetic)
mysteir	mystery   
mysterieus	mysterious 
mystic	mystic
mystifie	mystify (vtr)
mystique	mysticism   
mythic	mythical (adj) 
mythologia	mythology   
mythopoeia	mythopoiea   
mythos	myth (sb) 
Mytilene	Mytilene (sb) 
mytin	mutineer (sb) 
mytinrie	mutiny (sb) 
naal	horseshoe 
naam	yeah   (colloquial weidos kay sayge "ya !")
naan	naan (sb) 
nabahsit	(he/she) kept on talking, saying
nabh	navel (sb) 
nabla	nabla symbol   
Nablus	Nablus
nabug	trepan 
Nabukudurriussur	Nebuchadnezzar
nackal	storyteller (sm ) 
nadh	needle ( sb) 
nadime	guest (at table, sb) 
nadir	nadir ( sm ) 
nadureih	perpetuate ( vtr ) 
nafaka	alimony   (sing.)
nafassat	exquisite ( adj ) 
nafiz	piercing, keen ( adj) 
nafore	host, sacramental bread (sb) 
Nafplio	Nafplion ( npr ) 
nafsan	to fell carnal lust towards (vtr) 
nafsani	carnal ( adj ) 
nafsania	carnal lust (sb) 
naft	oil, gas, gasoline 
naft kant	petrol can 
naft-tanker	oil tanker (sb) 
naftaduct	oil pipeline
naftalin	naphthalene (sb) 
naftequivalent tonne	tonn of oil equivalent
naftkiezghian	bituminous shale
naftlamen	oil slick
naftplatforme	oil platform
naftpumpe	petrol pump 
nagor	capital (city; sb) 
Nahum	Nahum(npr)
naiw	never (adv) 
naiwo	never (adv)
najis	filthy (adj ) 
najisse	desecrate ( vtr ) 
nak	reach (vtr ) 
nakadh	cash (money, sb) 
nakeb	tuck, estoc (sb) 
nakeer	small physical flaw 
naker	mother of pearl ( sb) 
nakh	silk carpet 
Nakhchivan	Nakhchivan
nakhel	date palm 
nakhodka	master (of a vessel) 
nakhut	chickpea 
nakis	not equal to the task ( adj ) 
nakwr	big reptile 
nalbant	blacksmith, farrier (sb) 
nam	name (vtr & sb ) 
namdeh	to name (vtr)
nami	on behalf of 
namic	illustrious (adj) 
namnak	noxious, mephitic, dank (adj)
namor	date (vtr, USA)   
namor	to date (someone) 
namos	(sing) =  greetings (splu) 
nanander	husband's sister 
nandu	rhea (bird; sb)
nanina	lullaby (sb) 
Nanking	Nanking ( npr ) 
nanotechnologia	nanotechnology
nant	to grow bolder ( vpr ) 
nanuk	polar bear   
nao	trouble (sb) ( problem ) 
nap	turnip (sb) 
Naphtali	Naphtali (npr)
naphtha	naphtha   
napi	nappy, diaper (sb) 
napoleonian	napoleonic   
napter	grandson 
naptrice	granddaughter 
naptriya	(sing) = grandchildren (splu) 
naranji	orangey (adj) 
narc	to fall asleep (vtr) 
narcisse	daffodil, narcissus (sb) 
narcomania	drug addiction
narcoterrorisme	narcoterrorism
narcotic	narcotic (adj & sb)
nard	hum ( vtr ) 
nardban	stairwell (sb) 
nargil	coconut (sb) 
Narkis	Narcissus (npr) 
narkisisme	narcissism
narn	story, tale (sb) 
narre	tell, narrate (vtr) 
narval	narwhal (sb)
nas	nose (sb) 
naschast	starch (sb) 
naschastise	to starch (vtr) 
naschir	publishing house
nasel	to speak with a nasal twang 
nask	moist (adj) 
nassab	lineage (sb) (progeny ) 
nassel	offspring (sb) 
nassib	luck ( sb ) ( happiness ) 
nassihat	notice (sb) ( appeal ) 
naster	muzzle ( sb) 
nastil	lanyard ( sb ) 
nastorm	nostril (sf ) 
nastraj	on guard ( adj ) 
nasuk	precarious ( adj ) 
Natal	Christmas (sm ) 
nater	grass snake ( sb) 
nation	nation (sb) 
national	national (adj) 
nationalisation	nationalization (sb) 
Nativitat	Nativity (sb) 
natric	water snake (sb) 
natrium	sodium ( sb) 
natural	natural ( adj); natural catastrophe = natural disaster (sb); natural park = natural park (sb) 
natural reserve	natural reserve, nature reserve   
naturalise	naturalize (vtr)
naturaliste	naturalist   
naturaliste	naturalist   
nature	nature (sb) 
nature-plaut	full-size (adj.)   (adj.)
naturelika	naturally (adv) 
naudh	(see grammar) = need, require (vtr) 
naudhberme	shoulder (road)
naudhbleigos	distress flare 
naudhleizd	shoulder, hard shoulder, emergency stopping lane   
naudhstand	state of emergency
naudhudghang	emergency exit (sb) 
naudhward	self defense 
naufrage	shipwreck (sb) 
nauk	boat, craft   
nauk	craft, vessel (sb) 
naumachie	naumachia   
nauna	nurse ( sb) 
naurbat	alarm (bell; sm ) 
nausea	nausea, retch ( sb ) 
nauseabund	nauseous ( adj) 
nauseant	nauseating (adj) 
naut	sailor (sb) 
nav	ship (sb) 
Navarre	Navarre ( npl ) 
navax	to catch up with 
navige	navigate (vtr ) 
navsenitner	traffic separation scheme   
navtecton	shipwright 
nawag	boatman, mariner (sb) 
nay	Pan-flute (sb) 
nayade	naiad (sb) 
nayd	to scoff at, jeer at 
nayib	deputy (adj & sb) 
nayive	naive (adj) 
nayivitat	naïvety
Nayrobi	Nairobi (npr) 
nayv	dead body, corpse 
nayvon	simpleton (sb) 
nayvsqual	narwhal (sb)
Nazareth	Nazareth (npr) 
Nazianzos	Nazianzus   
nazrani	Nazarene (adj & sb) 
ne	not ( adv ); ne bad = not yet; ne importet = it doesn't matter; ne pro id mund ! = not for the world 
neanghen	no-ne, nobody 
nebahim	ineffable (adj) 
nebh	cloud ( sb ) 
nebhskrehb	skyscraper (sb) 
nebos	cloud, host ( sb) 
nebule	fog (sb) 
nebulice	nebula ( sb) 
necber	mortiferous   
necessar	necessary (adj) 
necoct	raw (adj ) 
necromant	necromancer ( sb) 
necropoli	necropolis (sb) 
ned	reed (sb) 
Nederland	the Netherlands
nederlandso siuge	Dutch disease (eco.)
neempediset	(& neempedisen) = without mishap/incident (adv) 
nefas	baneful, harmful, ill-fated (adj) 
negative	negative (adj & sb)
nege	deny (vtr) 
Negheb	Negev (npr) 
negocye	negotiate (vtr) 
negro	negro (adj & sb) 
negroid	negroid   
nehc	violent death (sb) 
nehc	to die violently, to perish
nehiyaw	Cree   (Indian)
nehkw	darken (vint) 
nehm	distribute (vtr) 
nehmwehrg	distribution network
nehoneste	dishonest (adj) 
nehs	to get through (vint) 
nehsplan	recovery scheme
neic	kill (vtr) 
neid	nothing (pronoun); no (pronoun before neutral singular nominative & accusative)
neideti	nothing more 
neigv	to bathe (wash, vtr)   (vtr)
neigvos	impeccable ( adj ) 
neih	to lead, to take (vtr) 
neihsioul	common thread, breadcrumbs   
neizd	nestle (vtr / vint ) 
nekese	stingy ( adj ) 
nel	no (adj.; declinable, see grammar) 
nematode	nematode   
nemerto	immortality ( sb) 
nemortu	undead (adj & sb) 
nemos	sacred grove (sb) 
nemutaasib	neutral (adj) 
neofficial	unofficial
neologisme	neologism   
neoplasia	neoplasia   
neoplasme	neoplasm   
neotenia	neoteny   
Nepal	Nepal (npr) 
nephilim	Nefilim   
nepot	nephew (sb) 
neptaqua	aquifer   (nomen)
neptia	niece (sb) 
Neptune	Neptune (npr)(planet) 
Neptwn	Neptune (npr) (Indo-European god) 
nepumess	greenhorn (fig.)   
nepumess	greenhorn (fig.)
nepunei	with impunity (adv ) 
ner	male (adj , sb) 
nerce	strength ( adj ) 
Nereide	Nereid (sb) 
nergven	homicide ( adj & sb ) 
nergvon	manslaughter (sb) 
nerikeina	cutthroat (dangerous place)   
Nero	Nero
neroti	virility (sb) 
nert	strong (adj) 
nerv	nerve (sb) 
nervencollapse	fit of hysterics
nerveus	nervous (adj); nerveuso systeme = nervous system
neskohpt	(& neskohpten) = unexpected (adj) 
nespekent	despite (prep) 
nest	nest (sb) 
nestorianisme	nestorianism
neswehb	minor (sm , adj) (child) 
net	net ( sb) 
Netanyahu	Netanyahu (npr) 
netdatingservice	online dating service   
neter	... ni = neither... nor 
neti	not... anymore 
netog	homeless   
netrehdet	impassable (adj) 
nett	(& netto) = netto (adj ) 
netwehrg	network ( sfb) 
neud	use (sb & vtr) 
neudbild	user guide, instructions   
neuk	to nod   
neuk	nape of the neck ( sb ) 
neuroglia	neuroglia   (s.plu.)
neurolog	neurologist (sb) 
neuron	neuron (sb) 
neuropath	neurotic (adj & sb)
neurose	neurosis (sb) 
neurotic	neurotic   
neurotransmitter	neurotransmitter   
neus	to sniff at, to scent 
neuster	nostril (of animals like horses)
neuter	none of both, neither 
neutral	neutral
nev	nine (num) 
nevodh	trawl (net; sb ) 
nevok	lamprey (sb) 
newiss	unconscious   (ment)
newissab	unbeknownst to   
newissab	unbeknownst to
nexion	unification (of a territory to another one) 
ni	nor
nib	(& nibo) = unless 
nibam	to beam down (Star Trek) 
nic	past tense of “neic” 
Nice	Nice (npr) 
nickel	nickel (sb) 
Nicolaus	Nicholas (npr); Nicolaus Cusanus = Nicholas of Cusa 
niconte	countdown 
Nicosia	Nicosia (npr) 
nicotine	nicotine (sb) 
nideh	to overturn (vtr)   
nidehn	cut production (vtr); poor (adj) 
nieb	next to 
nieber	neighbor (adj. & sb) 
niebst	next (adj) 
niebtreb	dependency ( sb ; building) 
niek	reached (past tense) 
niem	mute (adj ); past tense of “nam”; I won't 
nient	past tense of “nant” 
nierc	past tense of “narc” 
nierd	past tense of “nard” 
nies	our, ours; you won't = thou wilt not 
niesel	past tense of “nasel” 
nieudh	past tense of “naudh” 
nieute	crew (sb) 
nieyd	past tense of “nayd” 
nifall	fallout (sb) (ex
Nigeria	Nigeria (npr) 
nigerien	nigerien (adj & sb; from Niger)
nigv	(& nigva) = nix 
nigvehn	crush ( vtr ) 
nigvie	to go bathing (vint) 
nihilisme	nihilism
nihonschu	sake (Japanese drink; sb) 
niitsitapi	Blackfoot   (Blackfoot, Indian)
nikau	to take note of   
Nikaya	Nicaea (modern
Nikippe	Nicippe   
niklad	download 
Nikodem	Nicodemus (npr)
Nil	Nile (npr) (river of Egypt) 
Nilent	[nilEnt] = slow (vtr/vint) 
nilentgrumb	speed bump   
nilinekw	to lay down (vtr)
nilufar	water lily (sb) 
Nilus	Nilus (name of person) 
nimen	no-one, nobody 
Nimrod	Nimrod (sb) 
nin	stealth (sb) 
Niniveh	Ninive (npr)
nipflutt	neap-tide (sb)
nippes	(splu) = rags (splu) 
nippon	Japanese (adj & sb) 
nipponrjien	Japanese (a person ; sb) 
nirund	to round down (a number)   
nisbatan	relatively ( adv) 
nischan	(land)mark ( sb) 
nischt	(& nischto) = nothing, naught 
niscrib	log ( vtr ) ( writing) 
nispehc	look with disdain 
nisteigh	get (vtr / vint ) (into a hotel ) 
nisteurd	slide down ( vtr ) 
nistrehl	to shoot down (vtr) 
niter	lower (adj) 
Niterlands	Lower Countries (hist.)
niterplag	stun (vtr) 
nitia	circle of family and close friends. 
nitrate	nitrate
nitrogen	nitrogen (sb) 
nityis	close relatives, next of kin (sb) 
nivell	level (sb) 
niweirt	to devaluate, belittle
nizari	nizari
nizd	past tense of “neizd” 
no	no 
noar	noir   
noba	horn, cornett (sb) 
Nobelpris	Nobel prize
nobil	umbilical cord   
noble	noble (sb, adj) 
noblesse	noblety (sb) 
noceur	noceur   
nocpter	flying night creature   
noct	night (sb) 
Noct iom Longknivs	Night of the Long Knives   
Noct iom Longknivs	Night of the Long Knives   
noctcamiss	nightgown (sb) 
noctluce	night light (flame)
nocttable	bedside table   
nocttable	bedside table (sb) 
noctur	nightly (adj) 
nodal	nodal ( adj) 
node	knot (sb) 
Noe	Noah (npr) 
nogaku	noh (Japanese Theater; sb) 
nogh	claw (sb) 
nogw	naked ( adj) 
nogwod	unclothed 
nogwtat	nudity ( sb) 
nohc	past tense of “nehc” 
nohkw	past tense of "nehkw"
nohm	past tense of “nehm” 
nohmos	distributive justice
nohs	past tense of “nehs” 
noit	nash   
nojit	( sing) = scissors ( splu ) 
nojitskand	scissors jump 
nolb	eelpout (sb) 
nolle prosequi	nolle prosequi   
nomade	nomad (adj. & sb) 
nomadisme	nomadism
nominal	nominal; nominal stieure = nameplate capacity; nominal wirt = par/face value (currency)
nomination	appointment (sb) (to a post) 
non-alignement	non-aligned movement
non-sense	nonsense   
nonchalant	lazy, nonchalant (adj) 
nord	north (sb & adj) 
Nordwest Passage	North-West Passage (npr) 
Norge	Norway ( npr ) 
noria	noria ( sb) 
normal	normal   
norme-page	folio (page)   
norn	norn   
noroc	happiness (sb) 
noroc-ye	fortunately (adv) 
noroct	happy ( adj) 
norren	Norse (adj , sb) 
norsk	Norwegian (adj. & sb) 
nos	us (non-nominative) 
noseih	to help out (vtr)
nostalgia	nostalgia (sb) 
nostalgic	nostalgic (adj) 
notable	notable (adj) 
notar	notary (sb) 
note	note (sb; including music) 
notice	short article, snippet (sb) 
notion	notion   
notor	notorious ( adj ) 
notoritat	notoriety, fame (sb) 
nougat	nougat (sb)
Nouveau Roman	Nouveau Roman   
nov	new (adj); nov yar = New Year (sb) 
Nov Sambahsa werd	englisch   (detayls)
Nov Zeland	New Zealand (npr) 
nova	nova (star) (sb) 
novator	novel (adj) 
Novaya Zemlya	Nova Zembla (npr) 
novella	novella (sb) 
novgnaht	(& novgnahn) = newborn (adj , sb) 
novice	novice ( sb) 
novmeun	new moon (sb) 
novs	(splu) = news 
novsta	bride (sb) 
now	crossbow (sb ) 
nowngmin	peasant (adj. & sb) 
nraveih	delight (vtr ) 
nraviht	(& nravihn) = pleased (adj ) 
nreday	torrid zone 
nrerliou	warm stream (geography, sb) 
nricheing	schedule (sb) 
nrischay	sunstroke (sb) 
nrwong	fluffy (adj) 
nu	then (in opposition to “de”; proclitic); namely (proclitic)
nuance	shade (of color); subtlety (sb) 
nuanceat	shady, subtle (adj) 
nub	past tense of “numeb” 
nubb	nob (sb) 
nubian	nubian   
nubil	nubile   
nuce	nut ( sb) 
nucel	nugget ( sb) 
nucleolus	nucleolus   
nucleotide	nucleotide   
nuclide	nuclide   
nud	past tense of “neud”
nude	usefulness (sb) 
nudtor	user (sb) 
nuga	trinket (sb) 
nugh	twaddle (sb) 
nugver	kidney (sb) 
nugwrnt	bones (splu) 
nukta	dot (sb) 
nuktet	(& nukten) med = speckled, dotted with (adj) 
nukwt	unsaid thing (sb)
null	null, nil (adj)
numeb	to surround with a nimbus 
numer	number (sb); enumerate (vtr); Numers = Numbers (Bible)
numismatique	numismatics   
numismatolog	numismatist
nun	now 
nundiens	nowadays   
nundiens	nowadays
nuntos	from now on (adv) 
nuntro	until now (adv) 
nuper	recently ( adv) 
nuptialitat	marriage rate   
nuptos	not long ago (adv) 
Nürnberg	Nuremberg
nurserie	nursery
nus	past tense of “neus” 
nutrient	nutrient
nyakha	cogongrass (sb) (Imperata cylindrica) 
nyesta	stone marten (sb) 
nylon	nylon ( sb) 
nymphe	nymph ( sb) 
nyong	chrysalis ( sb) 
nyowi	ruyi (sb) 
Nyssa	Nyssa   
nyuti	constraint ( sb)
O Deiwes !	God forbid !   correction
O Deiwes !	Great Gods ! 
oasis	oasis (sb) 
ob	because (of) 
obdeusk	to darken (ex: cloud; vtr)   
obedd	breakfast (sb) & to have breakfast (vint) 
obedeih	+ acc. = to obey 
obehl	semject ad semanghen = to be indebted to someone for something
ober	(& oberkellner) = butler, waiter (sb) 
obese	obese (adj ) 
obesitat	obesity   
obischnuet	ad = inured to 
obituar	obituary   
objec	to object 
object	object ( sb) 
objective	objective (adj. & sb) 
objurge	to sermonize, lecture 
obkwehk	to prove to be 
obligat	Not at all ! (when replying to a thank)
obligat-ye	obligingly (adv) 
obligation	obligation (sb) 
oblige	oblige (vtr) 
oblique	oblique (adj) 
oblitere	cancel (a stamp; vtr)
oblong	oblong (adj) 
oboe	oboe (sb) 
obol	offering (sb) 
obscene	obscene
obscurantisme	obscurantism (sb) 
obscure	obscure (adj, fig) 
obsequieus	obsequious (adj) 
observe	observe (vtr) 
obsidian	obsidian (sb) 
obsiege	besiege (vtr) 
obsok	search, rumage (vtr; investigating) 
obsolete	obsolete (adj) 
obsweih	to hiss (vtr)   
obsweih	hiss (someone; vtr)
obten	obtain (vtr) 
obture	to close up, to fill 
occitan	occitan   
occult	occult (adj)
occupe	occupy (vtr) 
ocean	ocean (sb) 
ocelot	ocelot (sb)
ochag	stove (sb) 
OCIW	Organisme pro Collective Inlyoigas in Wirtpapiers = Undertakings for Collective Investments in Transferable Securities
ocolo	on the other side (of) 
oct	(& octo) = eight (num) 
octave	octave (sb)
octent	dawn, daybreak (sb) 
octet	octet   
october	october (sb) 
octopod	octopod, octopus (sb) 
octosyllab	octosyllable   
ocular	ocular (adj. & sb ) 
od	that (conjunction; ex
oda	ode   
ode	to emit a smell 
odego	shaft, stem ( sb) 
odoc	danewort (sb) 
odometer	odometer, odograph   
odor	smell, odour ( sb) 
odorant	odorous   
odorat	sense of smell 
Odysseia	Odyssey (npr) 
oedipei	oedipal   
oedipei	oedipal   
Oedipus	Oedipus (npr) 
Oenone	Oenone   
oeti	waterbird (sb) 
off-set	offset printing   
offend	offend (vtr) 
offensive	offensive (sb) 
offer	offering (sb) 
offerte	supply, offer (in general; comm., sb)
office-automation	office automation   
official	official (adj); official gazette = official gazette 
officier	(military) officer (sb) 
offshore	offshore   (ex: naft)
ogive	ogive (sb)
oglan	guy (sb ; fam !) 
ogonek	ogonek   
ogor	fallow (field, sb) 
ogork	gherkin (sb) 
ogre	ogre ( sb ) 
ogvi	drake, serpent
ogvidingv	wormtongue
ogvigvehn	kill a dragon 
ogwn	oven, fire (sb)
ogwnark	fender (fireplace; sb) 
ogwnos	burner of gas cooker   
ogwnschirm	firewall (sb) 
ohgv	past tense of “ehgv” 
ohngw	past tense of “ehngw” 
Oiagros	Oeagrus   
oid	inflate ( vint) 
oid	swollen ( adj ) 
oik	some, a few ( pron ) 
oin	one; ace (in games, cards)
Oineus	Oeneus   
oinkleitu tect	lean-to (sb) 
ois	coming from (prep)
oisa	ard draw bar (sb) 
oisbehnd	hug, entwine ( vtr ) 
oisbehrd	cut out ( vtr) 
oisbehrst	burst out (vint) 
oisbeud	to wake 
oisbrinegh	bring out ( vtr ) (a principle) 
oiscutt	shake ( vtr ) 
oisdrabh	clear ( vtr ) 
oisfall	err ( vint) 
oisghend	take off ( phone ) ( vtr ) 
oisgwehm	withdraw ( vint) 
oiskav	dig, carve out ( vtr ) 
oiskehrz	cut ( vtr ) 
oiskeulk	hide (vint) 
oiskeup	scoop ( vtr ) 
oisklad	unload ( vtr ) 
oiskweit	to make out, decipher 
oisleub	shirk ( vtr) 
oisleur	trigger (vtr ) 
oisloy	outlaw (adj , sb) 
oismitt	fling, chuck ( vtr ) 
oismode	old-fashioned ( adj ) 
oisnarc	snore (vint) 
oispleind	shine, be radiant (vtr) 
oistak	past tense of “oistanek” 
oistanek	quench (vtr ) 
oistaun	be amazed (vint) 
oisteurb	disturb (vtr ) 
oistrag	remove 
oistrehc	stretch (vtr / vpr ) 
oiswaurg	repress (vtr ) 
oisweind	dispel ( vtr ) 
oiswind	fan (vtr ) 
oisxeur	scour (vtr) 
oit	oath (sb) 
oitbrehg	perfidious ( adj ) 
oitbrehg	perjurer ( sb ) 
oiter	one of the two, either 
oiterped - ye	hopping along, on one foot 
oiv	egg ( sb) 
oivalbh	egg white   
oivalbh in sneigv	beaten egg white   
oiwa	service-tree   
oiwo	service-tree fruit   
ojog	saddle (culinary; sb) 
ok	(possible plural: okwi ) = eye ( sb) 
OK	[ okey ] = OK ( adv ) 
oka	small basement window 
oker	ochre (adj , sb) 
okey	OK ( adv ) 
okhagni	chill 
oklap	eye-patch 
oklid	eyelid ( sb ) 
okmusch	floater (deposit of various size, shape, consistency, refractive index, and motility within the eye's vitreous humour)   
oktorm	(eye-) socket 
oku	quickly (adv ), fast ( adj) 
okupeht	 swift-flying 
okuspohc	clear-sighted (adj) 
okutat	liveliness (sb) 
okwekw	race-horse, fast horse 
okwi	eyes (splu); med bare okwi = with the naked eye
okwimark	periorbital dark circles, dark circles, infraorbital venous stasis, periorbital hyperpigmentation   
okwivid-ye	obviously (adv) 
okwn	bull's-eye (window, sb) 
ol	oil (sb) 
ola	awl (sb; tool)
olan	elbow (sb) 
olbjim	giant (sb) (fig. tall person) 
olgalge	dipstick   
olgh	worthy (adj) 
olifant	olifant
Oligocene	Oligocene (sb) 
olive	olive (sb) 
Oliver	Olivier (npr) 
olivine	olivine (sb) 
oljaquet	oilskin (garment, sb) 
olpalma	oil palm (sb) 
olpumpe	oil pump   
Olymp	Olympus ( npr ) 
Olympiade	Olympiad ( sb) 
Olympian	Olympian ( adj ) 
olympic	olympic (adj) 
om	of the (masculine & neutral genitive plural) 
om	raw (adj ) 
oma	grandma (sb) 
Omar	Omar (npr)
ombrage	(+ acc) = to put under a cloud (fig.)
ombudsman	ombudsman (sb) 
ombuln	bearing (of a wheel)   
omen	omen (sb)
omitt	omit   
omnipotent	allmighty, omnipotent (adj) 
omnipresent	omnipresent, ubiquitous   
omniscient	omniscient, all-knowing   
omnivore	omnivorous   
omoedd	carnivorous (adj , sb) 
oms	shoulder ( sb ) 
omskinct	(& omskingen) = (slung/worn) across the shoulder 
on	(& onos) = load, cargo (sb) 
-on	very, given (suffixed with an hyphen to the first member of the nominal syntagma, deletes any article and can bear declension marks
oncarr	panel-van (sb) 
onchocercose	onchocerciasis   
oncle	uncle (sb) 
onctueus	smooth, unctuous ( adj ) 
ondiek	van body   
ongwen	ointment (sb ) 
onir	vision (in a dream)
oniric	dreamlike (adj)
onkh	nail (on finger; sb) 
onkhenlaca	nail polish, nail varnish, nail enamel   
onogh	talon, claw (of animal, sb) 
onomatopeya	onomatopoeia   
onwogh	truck, lorry (sb) 
onyx	onyx (sb)
oocyte	oocyte (sb) 
opac	opaque (adj) 
opal	opal (sb) 
open-data	open data   
opera-bouffe	opéra bouffe   
opera-comique	opera comique
operation	operation (sb) 
operationsysteme	operating system (computing) 
operative system	operating system ( computing) 
opercule	cap (sb) 
operette	operetta   
ophicleide	ophicleide   
ophthalmologia	ophthamology   
opiat	opiate   
opinion	opinion (sb) 
opnos	wealth ( sb ) 
opnosrehn	trickle-down (economics)   (economic theoria)
opop !	cry of hoopoe 
opos	productive activity (sb) 
opospledveh	working population
opponent	opponent   
opportun	opportune (adj) 
opportunisme	opportunism (sb)
opposen	oppose (vtr) 
ops	often (adv) 
opsen	harvest, crop (sb) 
opst	vegetable, table fruit (sb) 
optic fiber	optic fiber
optician	optician (sb) 
optimiste	optimist, optimistic   
optional	optional (adj)
opulence	opulence (sb) 
or	vein, lode, deposit (sb) 
ora	foothill (sb) 
oracle	oracle (sb) 
oral	oral (adj) 
Orange	Orange   (fluv inter Sud Africa ed Namibia)
orange	orange ( sb , adj) 
orangeade	orangeade (sb)
oration	oration, orison (sb) 
orator	orator (sb) 
oratoria	oratory   
oratorian	oratorian   
oratorio	oratorio (sb)
oratorium	oratory (sb) 
orbat	work, labour (sb & vint) 
orbater	worker, labourer (sb) 
orbatfredo dien	public holiday
orbatsforce	labour force
orbh	orphan (sb) 
orbis	orb (sb)
orbit	orbit 
orbitise	+ acc. = go into orbit around 
orchidee	orchid
Orchomenos	Orchomenus   
ordeil	ordeal   
orden	order ( sb ) ( professional ) 
order	intimate (vtr ) 
ordinal	ordinal (adj)
ordinal deiker	ordinal indicator   
ordinar	ordinary (adj) 
ordonnance	batman (soldier; sb)
oreghen	oregano ( sb ) 
Oreithya	Orithyia
Orestes	Orestes   
organ	organ; (fig.) body (sb) 
organ	organ, body (sb) 
organic	organic (adj); organic agriculture = organic agriculture
Organisation om Naft Exportend Lands	(ONEL) = OPEC (npr) 
organisationstructure	organization chart (sb)
orghen	organ (music, sb ) 
orghi	testicle (sb) 
orgia	orgy (sb) 
orgiastic	orgiastic   
orgumt	origin, "coming from" (sb)
orhindeuropay	proto-indo-european (adj & sb)
orie	ex = to ensue from
orientation	orientation (sb) 
orifice	opening, orifice (sb) 
Origen	Origenes
origin	origin (sb) 
original	original (adj)
orinch	disillusioned (adj) 
ork	Orc (adj. & sb) 
orkester	orchestra ( sb) 
orkestration	orchestration   
orlays	rainforest (sb) 
orm	poor ( adj ) 
ornament	ornament (sb) 
ornd	eagle (sb ) 
orndfarn	bracken (sb) 
orne	decorate (vtr) 
orneuw	to give birth to/deliver / delivery (of a child)   (idafi maynen, bo nomen ed verb)
Orpheus	Orpheus
orphic	orphic   
orpiment	orpiment (sb) 
ort	vine stock (sb) 
orthodox	orthodox
orthoepia	orthoepy   
orthogonal	orthogonal   
orthograph	orthography
orthopraxia	orthopraxy
os	of (before masculine & neutral singular); face (sb; vx) 
osanka	chamaedrys 
oschaf	dried fruit 
oschluk	wild garlic, crow garlic 
oscille	swing, oscillate ( vint) 
osk	ash-tree (sb) 
ost	bone ( sb) 
ostengrabh	ossuary ( sb ) 
ostension	ostentation (sb) 
Osterreich	Austria (npr) 
osterreichisch	Austrian (adj) 
ostia	(skeleton) frame (sb)
ostracisme	ostracism   
ostrec	piece of broken glass or earthenware   
ostri	oyster (sb) 
ostrogoth	ostrogoth
ostwrng	knucklebone (sb) 
osyern	autumn, fall ( sb) 
otac	cattle bowl (sb) 
otaria	otary   
otarien	sucker (!, a gullible or easily deceived person.)   
otikh	rest (sb) 
otter	otter (sb) 
Otto	Othon
ottoman	Ottoman
oulak	courier, messenger (sb) 
ouler	rein (sb) 
oumer	age (of a living being; sb) 
oumerpyramide	population pyramide   
ouper	bank, shore (sb) 
ouperdrumos	riparian forest   
ouperzone	riparian zone, riparian area   
outer	goatskin, waterskin; breast (sb) 
outrage	insult (to someone)   
outraget	(& outragen) = offended (adj) 
outsourcing	outsourcing (sb)
outurnt	seminal
ouvert	overt (adj) 
ouzer	to apologize 
oval	oval
ovarium	ovary   
over	task, undertaking; work (sb) 
overall	coverall (sb) (clothing) 
overdraft	overdraft (sb) 
Ovid	Ovid (npr) 
ovoid	egg-shaped (adj) 
ovral	action takings (on a vessel, for fighting)
ovrar	project manager
ovule	egg cell
ow	sheep (sb) 
oway	cheer (vtr) & cheering (sb) 
owet	suet (sb) 
owika	ewe (sb) 
owin	sheepskin   
owtow	ralph, vomit (vtr ) ( ! sick) 
ox	to water (vtr ) 
oxalis	oxalis (sb ) 
oxidant	oxidizing agent
oxide	oxide ( sb) 
oxkant	watering can (sb) 
oxygen	oxygen ( sb) 
oxygenation	oxygenation   
oxymoron	oxymoron   
oxyton	oxytone   
oyos	thill (sb) 
oyr	gold coin 
ozd	clade   
ozd	branch ( sb) 
ozdia	tree view (classifying pattern); branches
ozdos	branch pattern (sb) 
ozone	ozone (sb) 
pace	peace ( sb) 
pacharva	slut ( sb) ( vulg ) 
pachavura	cloth, duster, towel ( sb) 
pacific	peaceful, pacific (adj ) 
pack	pack ( sb & vtr ) 
pad pad !	quack quack ! ( excl) 
padan	expanse of wheel (sb) 
paddel	paddle (vint & sb) 
padi	rice plant 
padma	lotus flower 
Padua	Padua   
padwl	puddle (sb) 
paediater	paediatrician
pag	to settle down (vint); past tense of "paneg"
pagach	omelette (sb) 
pagan	pagan (adj. & sb) 
Pagasetic Gulf	Pagasetic Gulf
page	page (both « book » and « servant », sb) 
pagode	pagoda (sb) 
pagos	settlement (sb; country) 
pagostelephonia	fixed(-line) telephony   
pah	herd ( vtr )
pain-au-chocolat	pain au chocolat 
pair	pair   
pakama	rafflesia (sb) 
pakyav	wholesale buying 
pal	stake ( sb) 
pala	rocky heights ( splu ) 
palach	executioner (sb) 
paladin	paladin ( sb) 
palamar	mooring rope ( sb) 
palank	hoist (sb) 
palaska	cartridge pouch ( sb) 
palat	palace (sb) 
Palatin	Palatine (hill of Rome)   
Palayologos	Palaiologos   
palco	box ( sb ) ( for spectators ) 
paldun	paling (wall) (sb) 
palek	guardian (sb) 
Paleolithique	Paleolithic (sb) 
paleontologia	paleontology   
paleozoique	paleozoic (subs.)   
Palestine	Palestine (sb)
palestini	Palestinian (adj & sb)
palette	palette (sb) 
palimpsest	palimpsest   
palinodia	palinode
paliote	paillote (kind of straw hut on beaches, sb) 
pall	(& pallid) = pale ( adj) 
Pallas Athena	Pallas Athena, Pallas Athene   
pallex	thumb (sb) 
pallexise	sieno nas = to thumb one's nose 
palliative	palliative (adj); palliative kaur = palliative care
pallor	paleness (sb) 
palma	palm-tree ( sb) 
palme	palm (of plant or tree; sb) 
palmipede	palmiped (adj & sb) 
palmol	palm oil (sb) 
palpe	palpate ( vtr ) 
palpeber	blink (vint) 
palpite	beat, throb (vint) 
palraudh	taproot   
palt	quarrel (sb) ( crossbow ) 
palto	mantle (sb) 
pam	palm (unit)   
pam	palm (of hand) 
pambuk	cotton ball 
pamen	scabies (sb) 
pampas-gras	pampas grass
pamphyl	pamphylian   
Pamphylia	Pamphylia (npr) 
pamrlan	revolt (sb & vint) 
pan	section, piece, tail of clothing (sb) 
panacea	panacea (sb)
panakida	slate-broad (in schools; sb) 
panama	hat = panama hat (sb) 
panamenyo	Panamian
Panaytios	Panaetius
pancel	slice of bread 
pancer	armour (thick protection ; sb) 
pancerbrehg	anti -armour 
pancercolnier	armoured collar (sb) 
pancreas	pancreas (sb) 
pand	(sing) = stakes (splu) 
pandemia	pandemic (sb) 
pandit	pundit
pandlayner	pawnbroker (sb) 
Pandora	Pandora   
paneg	to settle, to fix (vtr)
Panegsorgan iom Differenden	Dispute Settlement Body
panela	panela   
panell	panel (sb) 
paneurp	patch up (vtr ) 
Pangaea	Pangaea   
panglong	sawmill ( sb) 
pangsi	black silk 
pangsit	wonton (sb) 
panique	panic ( sb) and panic (vint) 
panire	paneer (sb) 
Panjab	Punjab (npr) 
panko	mire (sb) 
pankration	pankration   
pankwent	miry (adj) 
panne	breakdown (mechanics)   
pansyuh	patch ( vtr ) 
pantalon	(sing) = pants (splu) 
pantek	lower part of the belly (sb) 
panther	panther (sb) 
pantoffel	slipper (sb) 
pantograph	pantograph   
pantomime	pantomime (sb)
panucla	panicle (sb) 
panyo	wetland (sb) 
pao	slingshot (sb)
pap-test	pap-test (sb) 
papa	papa (sb) 
papagall	parrot (sb) 
papaya	papaya (sb) 
papier	paper ( sb) 
papierpulp	paper pulp (sb) 
papil	nipple ( sb ) 
papilla	papilla   
papillar	papillar(y)   
papiross	cigarette end (sb) 
paplwn	bedspread
papp	pope (leader of Catholics; sb) 
pappdem	papacy   
paprika	paprika (sb) 
paprikapiments	(splu) = peppers (splu) 
Papua-Nov Guinea	Papua New Guinea (npr) 
papur	typia (sb) 
papuscha	rolled tobacco (sb) 
papyrus	papyrus ( sb) 
paquet	package (sb) 
par	peer (sb ) 
paracentese	puncture (medicine; sb)
parachute	parachute (sb) 
parachutist	parachutiste (sb) 
paracompass	paracompass (sb) (Dune) 
paradays	paradise ( sb) 
paradaysic	heavenly (adj)
parade	parade
paradigme	paradigm
paradox	paradoxe (sb) 
paradwer	French window (sb) 
paraffin	parafina   
paragraph	paragraph (sb)
parakletos	paraclete (sb) 
parallaxe	parallax   
parallel	parallel
parallel parken	parallel parking   
parallelipiped	parallelipiped   
paralysis	paralysis (sb) 
parameter	parameter
paranoia	paranoia (sb)
paranoid	paranoid (adj) 
parapett	parapet (sb) 
paraphe	to sign 
parasite	parasite ( sb) 
parassol	parasol, beach umbrella (sb) 
parat	ready (adj); to make ready (vtr) 
parautomatic	fully automatic (adj) 
paraydh	burn completely (vint) 
Parca	Parca (npr)
parcellation	(land) subdivision (sb) 
parcelle	plot, parcel (sb) (land) 
pardon	to forgive, pardon (someone); forgiveness 
pare	ward off (vtr) 
paredros	pardedros   
paren	peering   
parenkhyma	parenchyma   
parent	parent
parfrehs	freeze completely (vtr) 
paria	pariah (sb)
pariet	past tense of "parat"
parika	mistress (sb) (sexual) 
parinda	winged creature (sb) 
Paris	[parIs] = Paris (npr; capital of France); [pAris] = Paris (Greek hero)
park	park (sb & vtr) 
park om attractions	amusement park (sb) 
parking	parking, car park (sb) 
parking braik	parking brake   
parkwaktmeider	parking meter (sb) 
parkwehr	perform (vtr) 
parlament	parliament (sb) 
parlamentar	parlamentary, PM (adj & sb)
parlamentarian	parlamentarian (English Civil War)
parlar	parley (sb & vint) 
parle	de = to show off (vint; fig . while speaking ) 
parler	phrasebook (sb) 
parluar	parlor, visiting room ( sb) 
parmenidei	parmenidei
Parmenides	Parmenides
parmesan	parmesan (cheese; sb) 
Parnassos	Parnassus (npr; Mount of Greece) 
parodia	parody
parodye	to parody   
paroxysme	paroxysme (sb)
Pars	Persia (npr) 
parschna	crust, heel of bread (sb) 
parsi	Persian (adj & sb) 
Parsi weirs	Greco-Persian wars   
parsimonia	parsimony (sb ) 
parsimonieus	parsimonious (adj) 
parstupp	to draughtproof 
part	part (sb) 
parterre	flower bed (sb)
Parthaw 	Parthia    
parthawi	Parthian   
participative democratia	participatory democracy
participe	participle (sb); (+ acc.) to participate in 
particular	particular, peculiar (adj) 
particule	particle
partie	party (sb) 
partisan	partisan
partise	party (sb) (politics) 
partition	partition (sb); disk partitioning (sb)
partiture	musical score (sb) 
partner	partner (sb) 
partnerspect	partnership (association between partnership, quality; sb)
partouse	gang bang   
partpayghen	installment (USA), instalment (UK) (like in “pay in 3 installments”)   
parverd	palfrey (sb) 
parveulbh	swaddle, to muffle up (vtr) 
parvolg	turn about (vint) 
parwarisch	livelihood (sb); parwarisch agriculture = subsistence farming
parwoik	parish (sb) 
pasar	market street 
Pasargadae	Pasargadae
pasarghan	street vendor (sb) 
pasban	night watchman (sb) 
pascha	pasha
pashtan	pashtun
Pasiphae	Pasiphae (npr) 
Pask	Easter ( sb) 
pask	to graze 
passacaglia	passacaglia
passage	passage (sb) 
passager	passenger (sb) 
passagerplav	airliner
passance	(sing) = articles (splu) ( lawyer) 
passandase	(sing) = savings, earnings (splu) 
passar	to take place (event, vint) 
passat	trade wind (sb) 
passatsk	yob (sb) 
passe	to pass; pass (sb), passage (of arms) 
passement	lace, braid, gimp
passion	passion (sb) 
Passion Hevd	Holy Week 
passional crime	crime of passion   
passionant	fascinating (adj)
passionat	passionate (adj) 
passiva	liabilities (accountancy) 
passive	passive (adj & sb); passive dom = passive house
passport	passport (sb) 
pasta	pasta (for eating; sb) 
paste	pasta (sb) 
pastel	pastel   (pingen !)
pasteurise	to pasteurize   
pastiche	pastiche   
pastille	pastille (sb) 
pastinak	parsnip (sb) 
pastiurma	dried meat ( sb) 
pastor	shepherd, pastor (sb) 
pastorat	presbytery (sb) (pastor) 
pastorkwaun	sheepdog
pasture	pasture (sb)
pat	tie, draw (sb., like in "Neither team scored and the match ended in a draw")   
patan	spinning wheel 
patat	potato (sb) 
patchwork	patchwork, pieced work   
patchwork quilt	patchwork quilt   
pateit	pâté (sb) 
pateit-in-cruste	pâté en croûte
patelle	kneecap (sb) 
patent	patent (sb ) 
patentire	patent (vtr ) 
pater	father ( sb) 
patergven	parricidal (adj), parricide (murderer of one's father; sb) 
patergvon	parricide (murder of one's father, sb) 
Paterklewos	Patroclus   
patertat	fatherhood (sb)
pati	including (conj.)
patient	patient (adj. & sb) 
patili	kitchen utensil 
patina	patina ( sb) 
patinette	kick scooter, push scooter (human-powered land vehicle)   
patria	fatherland (sb) 
patriarch	patriarch
patriarchal	patriarchal   
patrician	patrician (adj. & sb) 
patricika	Show-off, preppy (female person, not necessarily a student), Valley girl, barbie   
patriciko	Show-off, preppy (male person, not necessarily a student)   
patriot	patriot (adj & sb)
patrogni	patrilinear   
patroller	patrol (sb) 
patron	cartridge (sb) 
patronage	patronage (sb) 
patronym	patronymic name (sb)
patronymique	patronymic, patronym (sb)   
patroxohn	parricide (adj , sb = person) 
patruw	paternal (adj) 
patu	child/day care   
patwass	patois ( sb ) 
pau	little, few ( adv) 
pauk	few (adj)
Paul	Paul   (n.pr)
paund	path (sb) 
paung	permeable   (pangu)
pauper	poor ( adj ) 
paupertatsoyl	poverty threshold (sb) 
paur	fear   
paur	fear (sb) 
pauric	frightened ( adj) 
paursk	search, look for ( vtr ) 
paursken	research (sb; ex
pause	pause, break (sb & vint) 
pave	pave ( vtr ) 
pavian	baboon (sb) 
pavilion	pavilion (sb ) 
pawen	peacock ( sb ) 
pawiropeku	goodbye, farewell ( interjection ) 
Pawson	Pan (god)   (Kay addihes tod maynen do id ja existent werd)
Pawson	pastoral god ( sb ) 
payan	paean   
paydrwn	blossom, open out (vtr ) 
paygh	pay ( vtr ) 
payghbild	payroll   
paykut	(sing) = pork chops ( splu ) 
paym	itching (sb); itch (vtr) 
paymen	herder (sb)
payn	hardly (adv)
paytak	crooked (adj) 
paytt	suffer (vint) 
paytten	suffering (sb) 
payttgehn	agent pathogène/infectieux
pecan	pecan (sb) 
pech	pitch (sb ) 
pecharka	field / meadow mushroom 
pechat	postmark, stamp ( sb) 
pecher	blister (on the skin, sb) 
pecmen	(eye)lash (sb) 
pecten	comb (sb) 
pectenkiaut	great scallop   (pecten maximus)
pectoral	pectoral (adj & sb) 
ped	foot (sb) 
ped-ye	on foot (adv) 
pedagog	teacher (sb)
pedak	ep - = on tiptoe
pedal	pedal (sb) 
pedalcrank	crankset   
pedalcrankbrakh	crank arm (ex: bike)   
pedalpoint	pedal point (sb; music)
pedcuitwent	palmiped (webbed feet)   
pederast	pederast(ic)
pedghanger	pedestrian (sb) 
pedjonglire	ball-juggle (vintr., soccer)   
pedophil	pedophile (adj & sb) 
pedstol	pedestal (sb) 
peduncule	peduncle   
pedyenpaund	pedestrian crossing (sb) 
pedyo	pedestrian (adj & sb) 
Pegasos	Pegasus ( npr ) 
pehd	fall (vx ; vint ) 
pehd-leuder-ye	to plummet 
pehd-nebsois	to be completely taken aback (vint) 
pehk	comb ( vtr ) 
pehkw	stove (furnace ); to cook (vtr/vint) 
pehkwer	baker (sb) 
pehkwerie	bakery
pehl	stuff (vtr) 
pehld	fill (vint) 
pehnd	find (vtr) (to have a judgment on something) 
pehrd	fart (with a noise; vint) 
pehrk	furrow (sb) 
pehrn	sell ( vtr ), sale (sb) 
pehzd	fart (with bad smell; vint) 
peichisch	(!) = diarrhea (!, sb) 
peigher	nasty, wicked ( adj); (as a verb): de = to be angry about; dia = to bear (somebody) a grudge 
peigos	pattern, design (sb ) ( ornament ) 
pein	pain (sb) 
peind	enemy (adj & sb ) 
peingmin	commoner (sb) 
Peirayeus	Piraeus
peisel	pestle (sb ) 
Peisistratos	Peisistratos   
peisk	fishing (sb) and fish (vtr ) 
peiskerie	fishery (sb) 
peisklicence	fishing licence (sb) 
peit	try (vtr) 
pekeni	very small (adj)
pekhlevan	daredevil (sb) 
Peking	Beijing (npr) 
peku	livestock, cattle (sb) 
pekuklehpt	cattle raiding   
pekuklohpt	duffer   
pelegrina	cape (sb) (mantle) 
pelegv	islet, small island (sb) 
peleist	Philistine
Peleus	Peleus   
pelgrin	pilgrim (sb) 
pelgvos	high sea 
pelgvos marine	blue-water navy   
pelita	lamp oil ( sb) 
pelk	axe (sb) 
pell	fur ( sb) 
pell-mell	in a jumble, pell-mell   
pell-mell	higgledy-piggledy 
pellit	pellet (sb) 
Peloponnese	Peloponnese (npr) 
pelote	(wool) ball (sb)
pelp	finish-flouring, panelling 
pelpel	butterfly (sb) 
pelteck	stammering (adj; sb) 
peltewih	flat land (sb)
Peltewih Mater	Mother of All Things 
pelu	many, much, a lot (vx; adj & adv); + participle = by dint of
pelupoik	many-coloured
Pelusium	Pelusium
peluskohp	eagle eye ("who sees a lot") 
pelwika	milk bucket (sb) 
pemb	pink (adj) 
penal	criminal (refering to criminal justice); penal register = criminal record
penalitat	penalty (sb) 
penalty	penalty . — kalc = penalty kick . — decision = penalty shootout   
pend	nose (sb) (fam) 
pendant	counterpart (sb) (fig); pending (adj) 
pendel	balance pole (sb) 
pendeloque	pendeloque
pendule	pendulum ( sb ) 
pendulesaat	clock (sb) 
pendyo	gallows-bird (fig.; sb)
Peneios	Peneus   
Penelope	Penelope (npr)
penetre	penetrate (vtr) 
pengereh	casement window (sb) 
penicillin	penicillin (sb) 
penis	penis
penk	(& penkwe) = five (num) 
penkalem	penholder   
penkalem	pen (sb) 
penkwdul	cinquefoil (sb) 
Penkwost	Pentecost ( npr ) 
penkwozd	hand ( sb ) ( kenning ) 
penn	pen ( sb) (feather for writing) 
pennon	pennant ( sb ) (flag ) 
pennscrin	pencil box (sb) 
pensee-unique	pensée unique   
pension	retirement (sb); (gosten) pension = boarding house (sb) 
pensionat	boarding school
pensionfund	pension fund
pensive	pensive (adj ) 
pensuk	sand dust 
pentagramme	pentagram (sb) 
pepermen	experienced (adj)
Pepin is Bragv	Pepin the Short   
peplos	peplos (sb) 
pepperbox	pepper-box   
per	through, by (prep); (elastic) per = spring (sb) (for bouncing ) 
perag	brew, mix, stir (vtr ) 
perakende	patch of land (sb) 
perambh	to surround (vtr); around (prep) 
perbehnd	league (vtr) 
perbehrg	hide (vtr) 
perbleuf	bluff (vtr) 
percent	percent (sb) 
percentage	percentage (sb)
Perceval	Percival   
perche	perche (sb) 
perchem	toupée (sb) 
perchin	lock, bolt (sb) 
percleich	eccentric slot, cutter pin
percolation	percolation   
perdic	crank (sb) 
peregrin	foreigner on transit 
pereih	perish (vint) 
peremptor	peremptory (adj) 
performant	high-performance, outstanding (adj)
Perga	Perga (npr) 
pergamen	parchment (sb) 
pergas	to gas (kill)   
Pergolesi	Pergolesi
perhvdi	last week (adv) 
pericarditis	pericarditis
Peridan	Eridanus   
peries	surpass (vtr) 
periglege est seller quem neglege	safe is better than sorry   
perigumt	thoroughfare   
perihelium	perihelion   
Perikleus	Pericles
perikwehl	+ acc. = to frequent (a place; vtr) 
perikweih	to settle a score (violently; vint)
perikwihen	to settle a score with (+ acc.; violently)
perikwiti	gangland kill
perile	peril (sb) 
perimeter	perimetre
periode	period (sb) 
periodic	periodic(al) (adj) 
peripheria	periphery (sb)
peripheric	periphereal (for computer, sb) 
periphrase	circumlocution   
periple	(difficult) journey(sb) 
perischan	pitiful (adj) 
peristebel	aerial part of a plant   
peristyle	peristyle, colonnade (sb) 
periwehrt	to turn over (vtr) 
periweiker	perioikos
perixiht	neighbour(ing)   
perkal	percale (sb) 
perkehlen	hiding of stolen goods 
perkeip	to illustrate (to be the illustration of; vtr)
perkuin	mixed forest (sb) 
Perkunia	Black Forest (Germany)
perkwn	storm-god (sb) 
perkwngayd	snipe (sb) 
perkyu	(animal's) chest (sb) 
perlah	leach (vtr, soil)   
perlahmen	result of the leaching (soil)   
perlahsa	leaching (soil)   
perle	pearl (sb); to form in droplets (vtr)
perleis	to leaf through (vtr) (a book) 
permadh	soak (vtr) 
permanent	permanent (adj)
permehld	communicate (vtr) 
permeid	ibo = take action to avoid 
permiss	licence (sb); past participle and past tense of “permitt” 
permitt	allow ( vtr ) 
perneic	annihilate, destroy (vtr ) 
perneiceus	pernicious (adj) 
pernik	gingerbread ( sb) 
perodh	forward ( adv ) 
perodhfug	headlong rush   
perodhia	advance (sb) 
perodhsedd	chairman (sb) 
perom	ferry (sb) 
perore	to hold forth 
perpaneg	to lease 
perpaur	to paralyze with fear 
perpendicular	perpendicular ( adj ) 
perpetual	perpetual (adj) 
perplex	perplexed, puzzled (adj ) 
perron	station platform 
perruakchei	brook (sb) 
perry	perry (alcohol)
persclav	enslave (vtr)
persecut	to persecute (vtr)
persehkw	to pursue; persecute (vtr)
Persephone	Persephone (npr) 
Persepolis	Persepolis (npr)
Perseus	Perseus (npr) 
persevere	persevere
persic	peach (sb) 
persist	(+ inf.) = persist
persna	heel ( of foot, sb ) 
person	character (someone)   
person	person (sb) 
personalitat	personality (sb) 
personel	staff (sb)
perspective	perspective (sb) 
persrineg	to chill to the bone, to numb with cold 
perstrak	to numb with tiredness 
pert	crossing (sb ) 
perti	running board/step   
perton	set to music 
pertor	ferryman, smuggler of people 
pertu	thoroughfare; gangway (sb) 
pertulayter	accomodation ladder 
perturbe	disrupt (vtr) 
Peru	Peru ( npr ) 
peruan	Peruan (adj & sb) 
peruca	wig ( sb ) 
perusch	Pharisee (adj & sb) 
perut	(& peruti) = last year 
pervase	console (sb) (fireplace ) 
pervert	to pervert   
perwehgh	forward (vtr ) 
perwnt	rock, boulder (sb) 
peschkire	towelling, tie-towel (sb) 
peschmerga	peshmerga
Pessakh	Passover (sb) 
pessimiste	pessimist (adj & sb) 
pesticide	pesticide   
pesticide	pesticide (sb) 
pestifer	pariah (adj ) 
pestilent	pestilent (adj ) 
pesvenke	pimp (!, sb) 
pet	(enclitic stressing identity)
petal	petal (sb) 
petanque	pétanque (sb)
petard	banger (sb)
petasos	petasos (sb) 
Peter	Peter (npr) 
peti	small toolkit, small case (sb) 
petis	fairly, on the contrary 
petitfour	petit-four (sb) 
petmesc	grape jelly (sb) 
petra	stone ( sb ) 
Petrarca	Petrarch ( npr ) 
petrarquisme	petrarchism (sb) 
petreus	rocky (adj ) 
petri-cutia	Petri-dish   
petrochemia	petrochemistry (sb) 
petrol	oil, petroleum (sb ) 
petrosell	parsley ( sb ) 
petwrnt	all feathers of an animal 
peud	ped (soil)   
peudel	to puddle   
peung	to make/have a puncture 
peungst	fist ( sb ) 
peunk	punk ( sb ) 
peurk	(& perku) = oak ( sb ) 
peurst	(sovereign) prince ( sb ) 
peurstdem	principality ( sb ) 
peurstin	(sovereign) princess (sb) 
peximett	rusk (sb) 
pey	with prospects, promising (adj.)   
peyeth	payot (Jewish sidelocks; sb)
pfehrst	to point at (vtr); forefinger (sb) 
pfehrster	pointing device (sb) 
pfeifer	fife(-player) (sb) 
pfohrst	past tense of “pfehrst” 
pfwehng	dilate (vint) 
phaeton	phaeton (carriage)
phag	eat (!, vtr ); “se phact con sien gvibh” (! Fam.) = « he's bawling out against his wife » !
phalang	phalanx (sb) 
phallus	phallus (sb) 
phar	lighthouse (sb) 
pharaoh	pharaoh (sb) 
pharaohi	pharaonic (adj)
pharmac	medication (sb) 
pharmaceut	pharmacist (sb) 
pharmacia	pharmacy (sb) 
phayak	Phaeacian ( adj , sb ) 
phenol	phenol   
phenomen	phenomenon ( sb), 
phenotype	phenotype   
phenyl	phenyl (chemistry)   
phial	phial ( sb) 
Phidias	Phidias   
phieg	past tense of “phag” 
philanthrope	philanthropist   
Philip	Philipp (npr) 
Philippines ( splu )	Philippines ( npr ) 
Philodem	Phildemus (npr) 
philosoph	philosoph
philosophen petra	Philosopher's Stone ( sb) 
philter	philter ( sb ) 
phlebotomia	bloodletting (sb) 
phlegma	phlegm (sb) 
Phleious	Phlius
phoenix	phoenix (sb) 
phonation	phonation   
phone	(tele)phone
phone kuschk	telephone booth (sb) 
phoneme	phoneme (sb) 
phonespionage	telephone tapping
phonograph	phonograph
phonologia	phonology   
phosphatase	phosphatase   
phosphate	phosphate   
phosphor	phosphorus (sb) 
phosphorescence	phosphorescence   
phosphorescent	phosphorescent (adj) 
photo	(& photograph) = photo(graph) ( sb) 
photoapparat	camera (sb) 
photocopie	(to) photocopy   (nomen & verb)
photograph	photographer (sb); to photograph
photographic film	photographic film   
photogravure	photogravure   
photomontage	photomontage   
photovoltayic	photovoltaic (adj)
phrase	phrase (sb) 
phraseologia	phraseology   
phryg	Phrygian (adj & sb) 
Phryne	Phryne (npr) 
Phthiotis	Phthiotis
phylis	bud (sb) 
phylloclade	phylloclade   
phylogenetique	phylogenetics   
phylum	phylum   
physiologia	physiology ( sb) 
physiotherapeut	physiotherapist (sb) 
physique	(sb) = physics ( splu) 
physiste	physicist ( sb) 
phyt	sapling (sb) 
phyteina	plant nursery (sb) 
phytosanitar	phytosanitary
piala	cup (one-hand vessel without handle, sb) 
pianji	tablet (for writing; sb) 
piano	piano (sb)
piastre	piastre (sb) 
piau	trim, clip (vtr) 
piaumen	clipping, trimming (sb) 
pibeh	sip ( vtr ) 
pic	peak (sb) 
picaresk	picaresque   
piccole	popsicle (Canada), freezer pop (U.S.), ice lolly, ice pop (United Kingdom, India, Ireland, South Africa), ice block (New Zealand, parts of Australia), icy pole (parts of Australia), ice drop (Philippines)   
piccolo	piccolo (flute, sb) 
pichen	pinch ( sb) 
pick	pike (sb) ( ex
pick	pick (vtr) 
pick	spades (of cards; sb) 
pickant	racy, biting (adj ) ( fig ) 
pickel	ice axe ( sb) 
pickin	annoy ( vtr ) 
pickup	pickup (truck; sb) 
Pico della Mirandola	Pico della Mirandola ( npr ) 
picsaat	rush hour   
pictor	painter (sb) 
pictoresk	picturesque (adj ) 
picture	miniature (illuminated manuscript; sb) 
pidek	macaco, macaque (sb) 
piece	piece, play (sb) piece (in a game)
piece-montee	pièce montée (cake)
pieck	past tense of “pack” 
pied-à-terre	pied-à-terre (sb) 
pieddel	past tense of « padddel » 
pieg	girl (sb); past tense of “pag” 
piel	spear (sb) 
piemont	piedmont   (bo nomen & region Italias)
pieng	coin (sb) 
pier	pier ( sb) 
pierk	past tense of “park” 
piern	distant, far ( adj) 
piesk	past tense of “pask” 
pietat	piety ( sb) 
pietisme	pietism   
pieu	salivate (vint) 
pieurn	to slash-and-burn
pieursk	past tense of « paursk » 
pieut	feed ( vtr ), food (sb) 
pieutadditive	food additive
pieydrwn	past tense of “paydrwn” 
pieygh	past tense of “paygh” 
pieym	past tense of “paym” 
pieytt	past tense of “paytt” 
pig	past tense of “pineg” 
pigeon	pigeon (sb) 
pigher	past tense of “peigher” 
pignos	collateral security, pledge (sb) 
piieu	past tense of “piau” 
pikinier	pikiner ( sb) 
pilav	rice dish 
pile	pile (heap; sb) 
pillar	pillar (sb)
pilluck	peck (vtr) 
pilote	pilot (sb) 
pilule	pill (sb) 
piments	(splu) = peppers (splu) 
pimpant	elegant   
pinacle	pinnacle ( sb) 
pinak	log (sb) 
pince-nez	pince-nez ( sb ) 
pincette	tweezer ( sb ) 
Pindar	Pindar ( n.pr ) 
pinduk	skid (vint) 
pineg	paint (vtr); painting (result; sb) 
pines	pound (vtr) 
pinew	to feed (vtr, fig.)
pingel	paintbrush (sb) 
pingen	painting (sb) (activity) 
pinguin	penguin (sb)
pinion	pine nut (sb) 
pinnace pinasse (sb; ship)	
Pinocchio	Pinocchio   {pinOkyo}
pinseing	temper, character (sb) 
pint	pint (sb) 
pion	(Chess)pawn
pionnier	pioneer (sb) 
pior	too (much/many) 
pip	beep (vint)   
pip	squeak, pip (vint ) 
pipe	pipe (for smoking; sb) 
pipend	dangle (vint) 
piper	pepper (sb) 
pipernitsa	peppershaker (sb) 
piperspraiy	pepper spray
pipette	pipette (sb) 
pipiusi	dairy, milk-producing ( adj ) 
pir	pear ( sb) 
piranha	piranha (sb) 
pirate	pirate ( sb) 
piratia	piracy (sb ) 
piratye	pirate (like in "We mostly used them to pirate games") ; piracy (of books, movies, softwares, etc)   
piraug	(meat)pie (sb) 
pirmwer	spring (season; sb) 
pirouette	pirouette   
piruz	turquois (sb) 
pis	past tense of “pines” 
pischleme	pushover, sucker (! idiot; sb) 
pischman	repentant ( adj) & repent ( vpr ) 
piscine	swimming pool ( sb ) 
Pishun	Pishon (Eden; npr) 
pisk	fish (sb); past tense of “peisk” 
piskyol	tassel (sb) (decoration) 
pisse	piss
pissuar	orinal
pistach	pistachio (sb) 
pistill	pistil   
pistol	pistol (sb) 
piston	piston   
piston kyenk	piston pin   
pit	past tense of “peit” 
pitancye	poor food (sb) 
pitcher	pitcher (baseball; sb) 
pithecanthropus	Pithecanthropus ( sb) 
piton	rocky outcrop (sb) 
pitsu	maritime pine   (pinus pinaster)
pituita	pituita (sb) 
pituv	nourishing (adj) 
piurn	fire (sb) (as an element); past tense of "pieurn"
piurna	pyre, bonfire (sb) 
piurnwehrg	firework ( sb) 
Pius	Pius   (papp)
Pius	Pius   
piut	past tense of “pieut” 
pivnitsar	wine waiter (sb) 
pivot	pivot (sb) 
piw	past tense of "pinew"
piwer	fatty, greasy (adj); to manure (vtr) 
piwer acid	fatty acid (sb) 
piwernia	fertile meadow (sb) 
piwernt	manure (sb) 
piwon	fat (vtr & adj) 
piwonphobia	fatphobia   
piyama	pijama (sb) 
piyun	peony (sb) 
Pizarro	Pizarro
pizd	breast (udder of woman; sb) 
pizdan	woman's chest 
pizza	pizza (sb)
pizzeria	pizzeria   
plab	flap (sb & vtr) 
plabdwer	flap door
place	place; square (sb); place (vtr) 
placenta	placenta   
placette	piazzetta (sb)
placid	placid (adj) 
placircule	roundabout, traffic-circle (sb) 
plack	plate, patch, plaque (sb) 
plackentectonique	plate tectonics (sb) 
placunt	flat cake (sb) 
plafon	ceiling ( sb) ( fig ) 
plag	hit, strike ( vtr ); quenching, caliber ( sb) ( fig) 
plaga	plague, curse ( sb ; fig .) 
plagel	thrash, batter (vtr ) 
plagelpwarn	whipping boy, underdog (sb) 
plaiboy	playboy   
plain	plain ( sb) 
plais	please (vtr & interjection ) 
plaisure	fun, pleasure (sb) 
plaj	beach (vacation resort; sb) 
plajurb	seaside resort
plakat	poster, notice 
plan	plan, plane (sb); to plan 
plan os incidence	plane of incidence   
plane	plane (ex: surface; adj) 
planetarium	planetarium
planete	planet (sb) 
planeur	glider (sailplane; sb)
plang	cry, weep (vtr & sb) 
plangsalk	weeping willow ( sb) 
plank	board, plank ( sb ) 
planken	sheating, plank (sb) 
plankraudh	tabular root   
plankton	plankton (sb) 
plantain	plantain (sb) 
plante	plant ( sb) 
Plantegenest	Plantagenet   
planter	planter (cotton)   
plask	shallow (adj) 
plaskpleuk	perform a low pass, make a low pass (v. intr) ; low pass (sb., plane)   
plastal	plasteel   
plaster	plaster ( sb) (medicine ) 
plastic	plastic (adj. & sb); plastic arts (splu) 
plastic chirurgia	plastic surgery   
plastician	plastician   (sb.)
plastician artiste	plastic artist, visual artist   
plastire	dressing, bandage ( sb) 
plat	(& platt) = flat ( adj) 
platane	plane-tree ( sb ) 
plateau	plateau (sb) 
platen armur	plate armour (sb) 
platforme	platform (sb)
platin	platin   
platin	platinum (sb) 
platitsa	plaice (sb) 
Platon	Plato (npr) 
platonic	platonic (adj, sb; ex: love) 
platoniste	platonic (adj, sb; when refering to Plato's philosophy)
platska	license plate (sb) 
platupod	flat-footed
platwos	wingspan, scope, calibre (sb) 
plaut	(& platu) = broad, large (adj ) 
plautdemel	flatworm   
Plautus	Plautus   
plautvehrm	flatworm   
plav	(air)plane ( sb) 
plavbehr	aircraft carrier
plavdrom	landing runway 
playc	agree, get on together ( vpr ) 
playct	agreement ( sb) 
pleban	parish priest ( sb) 
plebania	presbytery (sb) 
plebiscite	plebiscite
plect	shrug (one's shoulders; vtr) 
pledveh	the mass of people (sb) 
pleh	to fill 
plehc	to roll up ( vtr ) 
plehcstol	folding chair 
plehder	flare (vtr ) 
plehp	chat (vint ) 
Pleiades	Pleiades (splu) 
pleid	plead (vtr ) 
pleidoyeir	plea(ding) (sb) 
pleina	arrowhead (sb) 
pleins	dance of joy (vint) 
pleisker	lap (vint) 
pleist	most, the major part of (adj; “most people”) 
Pleistocene	Pleistocene ( sb) 
plen	med = full of (adj) 
plenar	plenary
plend	grouse (vtr) 
plenipotentiar	plenipotentiary
plenitude	fullness (sb) 
plenorbatia	full employment   
pletia	shoulder blade (sb) 
pletwos	stature, calibre (sb) 
pleu	to be at anchor 
pleugh	plow (vtr ) 
pleuk	fly (vint); flight (sb); pleukend tapit = flying carpet (sb) 
pleukghansen model	flying geese paradigm (eco.)
pleukpisk	flying fish (sb) 
pleukrecorder	flight recorder (sb)
pleuritis	pleurisy   
pleus	fin (sb) 
plexiglas	plexiglas (sb) 
plexti	cornrow, canerow   (kay addihes to maynen ad tod ja existent werd)
plexti	braid (sb) 
pliat	dish (sb) 
plictic	boring ( adj ) 
plictisse	bore (vtr ) 
plid	past tense of “pleid” 
plieb	past tense of “plab” 
plieg	past tense of “plag” 
pliegel	past tense of “plagel” 
pliehg	to make sure to 
plieng	past tense of “plang” 
plieyc	past tense of “playc” 
Plinius	Pliny   
plins	past tense of “plins” 
plinthe	plinth (sb) 
pliohg	past tense of “pliehg” 
plisker	past tense of “pleisker” 
plohc	past tense of “plehc” 
plohcta	intertwining (sb) 
plohder	past tense of “plehder” 
plohp	past tense of “plehp” 
ploisko	except (prep) 
plor	floor, terrain (sb) 
plorkweit	(plorkweitu) = undulation (terrain)
plormeiden	land survey (sb) 
plorsleid	landslide (sb) 
plosive	(consonn) = stop (consonant)
Plotin	Plotinus
ploton	platoon (sb) 
plott	raft (sb) 
plu	past tense of “pleu” 
plug-in	plug-in (sb)
plugh	plow, plough (sb); past tense of “pleugh” 
pluk	past tense of “pleuk” 
plukel	fowl, head of poultry ( sb) 
plukwid	in plenty (adv; adj) 
plumbh	lead (metal, sb ) 
plumbher	plumber ( sb) 
plume	plume (sb) 
plunder	plunder (sb & vtr)
plur	several ( adj) 
plural	plural
plus	plus, extra (adv); past tense of “pleus” 
Plutarch	Plutarch ( npr ) 
Pluto	Pluto (former planet; npr) 
Pluton	Pluto ( npr ) (god) 
plysch	plush (sb) 
pnehg	choke ( vpr ) 
pnehs	to snort 
pneig	stifle (vtr) 
pneis	to put off (someone; vtr)
pneu	(& pneumatic) = tire (sb) 
pneumonia	pneumonia   
pneus	to wrinkle one's nose 
pneustoffspraiy	tyre sealing can
pnig	past tense of “pneig” 
pnohg	past tense of “pnehg” 
pnohs	past tense of “pnehs” 
poacea	poacea (grass)   
pochade	pochade   
pochette	pocket square (sb) 
pocrast	wine with spices 
pod	paw ( sb) 
poder	container (sb) 
podin	vat, tank (sb) 
podium	podium   
podloga	floor, floorboards 
podstol	support, stand (sb) 
poduts	common nase (sb) 
poem	poem ( sb ) 
poesis	poetry (sb) 
poet	poet (sb) 
poetic	poetic (adj)
pogach	focaccia (sb) 
pogrom	pogrom   
poh	drink (vtr) 
pohd	past tense of “pehd” 
pohk	past tense of “pehk” 
pohkw	past tense of “pehkw” 
pohl	past tense of “pehl” 
pohld	past tense of “pehld” 
pohltos	plenty, abundance (sb) 
pohltost	plentiful, abounding (adj)
pohnd	past tense of “pehnd” 
pohrd	past tense of “pehrd” 
pohrn	past tense of “pehrn” 
pohtel	glassful (sb) 
pohzd	past tense of “pehzd” 
poig	paint ( sb) ( color) 
poignant	poignant ( adj ) 
poik	multicoloured, variegated, stained ( adj) 
poimen	mother's milk 
point	point (sb) 
pointillisme	pointillism   
poison	to poison (vtr)   
poison	poison (sb & vtr)
poitt	to have the right to, to be entitled to 
polauror	aurora, northern light (sb) 
pold	field (sb; including chessboard) 
poldam	ostentatiously (adv) 
polden violka	field pansy (flower; sb) 
poldmus	vole (sb ) 
poldskeir	through fields 
pole	pole (geography; sb) 
polec	Polish (adj , sb) 
poleih	polish ( vtr ) 
polemique	polemique (sb)
polemiste	polemicist   
poli	fortress (sb ) 
police	police (sb ) 
police agent	policeman   
police station	police station (sb) 
policeagent	policeman ( sb) 
policiste	policeman   
policiste	policeman (sb) 
poliomyelitis	poliomyelitis (sb) 
polissa	(insurance) policy 
polite	polite (adj) 
politeia	politics (the politic world)   
politesse	politeness
politic	political (adj); "Is Politic" = "The Statesman"; politician (sb)
politique	(sing) = politics (splu) 
politise	to politicize (vtr)
pollen	pollen (sb) 
polo camiss	polo shirt   
Polska	Poland ( npr ) 
polt	gruel, porridge ( sb) 
poltergayst	poltergeist
Polybios	Polybius   
polyeder	polyhedron   
polyglot	polyglot   
Polykleitos	Polykleitos
polymathe	polymath   
Polyneikes	Polynices   
Polyphem	Polyphemus
polystyrene	polystyrene (sb) 
polytheiste	polytheist   
polyvalent	for many uses (adj.)   
Pomaria	Pomerania   
pomel	pommel (sb) 
pommesfrites	French fries (splu) 
pompe	ceremonial, pomp (sb) 
Pompei	Pompei (npr)
Pompeius	Pompey
pompeus	pompous (adj) 
pompic	ceremonial (adj) 
pompier	pompier (art)
pon	since, for (prep); present tense base of “posen” 
pondos	impression, inner feeling (sb) 
ponnim	Phoenician (adj, sb), Punic 
pontific	Pontiff (sb)
pontifical	pontifical   
Pontificstat	Papal States 
Pontius Pilate	Pontius Pilate (npr) 
ponton	pontoon (sb)
pop	(orthodox) pope (sb) 
popayghen	down payment, instalment
populace	populace
popular	popular (adj) 
popularise	popularize (vtr)
population	population (sb) 
popule	people (lower classes; sb); to populate (vtr) 
populeus	populous ( adj ) 
porche	porch ( sb) 
porcule	piglet ( sb) 
pord	ford (sb) 
pore	pore
poreunc	+ dative of the person = order, command (vtr) 
poreus	porous (adj)
porg	offer, show, put forward (vtr) 
pori	bush (sb) (African landscape) 
pork	pig; pork (sb) 
porm	fare (sb) 
porno	porn   
porphyre	porphyry (sb) 
porphyria	porphyria (sb) 
Porphyrios	Porphyry
port	port (sb) 
Port Sayid	Port Said (npr) 
portabilitat	portability   (communication)
portable	portable   (ex: un portable computer)
portal	portal (sb) 
portcigar	cigar holder (sb)
portcrayon	portcrayon   
porte	port (software)   
portfolio	portfolio (fig.)
portic	portico (sb) 
portion	portion   
portmanteau	coat & hat stand (sb)
portmonaie	portfolio (sb) 
porto	postage (sb) 
portrait	portrait ( sb ) 
Portugal	Portugal ( npr ) 
portughesche	Portuguese (adj. & sb) 
portvin	port wine (sb)
pos	after (prep) 
poscras	after tommorow (adv) 
posdaril	sustainable (adj) (development) 
posdehrj	maintain (vtr) 
posdehrjcost	expenditure   
posdini pilule	morning-after pill   
pose	(to) pose   
Poseidon	Poseidon   
posen	to lay down (vtr); posen un probleme = to pose a problem 
posface	afterword   
Posidonios	Posidonius
position	position (sb) 
positioner	tracker, transmitter (sb) 
positionsluce	navigation light   (vehicules)
positron	positron   
poskwo	afterwards, then
posmiddien	afternoon (sb) 
pospehrn management	customer service, after sales service
possedd	possess (vtr.)   
possible	possible (adj) 
possowel	 Under the Sun  (adv); to sunbathe (vint)
post	post, mail (sb) 
postalion	postman (sb) 
postamt	post office 
postcode	postal code
postdiek	mailbox 
posteritat	posterity   
postgrind	mailbox   
postgrind	   correction pro postgring
postgrind	PO box
posthangjow	mail-order 
posthangjowpehrn	mail-order sale 
postlad	moccasin (sb ) 
postmark	stamp, postmark ( sb) 
postmaster	postmayster (sb) 
postmortem	posthumous
postpigeon	homing pigeon (sb) 
postulat	postulate (sb) 
postule	to postulate   
postule	to postulate 
pot	pot (sb) 
potass	potash
potassium	potassium (sb) 
potem	fathom (sb) 
potential	potential (adj & sb) 
potentiometer	potentiometer
poter	potter
poterie	pottery (sb) 
poterna	postern (sb) 
poti	mister, sir; lord (sb) 
potion	potion (sb)
potire	pitcher (sb) 
potischah	padishah (sb) 
potnia	madam, lady (sb) 
potnika	miss (sb) 
poul	pool ( sb) 
poupdeck	poop ( sf ) 
povesti	clothing ( sb) 
povidel	plum mousse (sb) 
prabh	right, fair (adj ) 
prabh mores (splu)	morality (sing) 
prabh torg	fair trade 
prabhil	rule ( sb) ( of conduct) 
prabhil	guideline (sb ) 
prabhtat	fairness (sb) 
practic	practical (adj ); traineeship (sb) 
practicant	trainee
practician	practitioner
practie	practise (vtr) 
practis	consulting-room (sb) 
praebende	prebend (sb) 
praedd	devour (vtr); prey (sb) 
praedicator	Dominican (monk)
Praha	Prague (npr) 
prairie	prairie, grassland   
pram	barge (sb) 
pranier	pillory (sb) 
praseodymium	praseodymium (sb) 
praxis	practice   
praxis	practice (sb) 
Praxiteles	Praxiteles (npr) 
prayghest	hand reach (sb) 
pre	before (temporal preposition) 
preambule	preamble (sb) 
precaution	care (sb) 
precedd	precede (vtr)
precept	precept (sb) 
preche	preach (vtr) 
prechen	preaching (sb) 
precieus	precious (adj) 
precipice	precipice (sb) 
precipitation	precipitation (sb) 
precis	precise, accurate (adj) 
precoce	precocious
precolombian	precolumbian
precursor	precursor(y)   
predator	predator (adj. & sb) 
predecessor	predecessor (sb) 
predestination	predestination   
predicative	predicative (gram.)
predilection	predilection (sb) 
predisposen	to predispose (vtr)
predominant	predominant (adj)
preemptive weir	preemptive war
prefabricat	prefabricated   
preface	preface (sb) 
prefayssal question	preliminary ruling   
prefect	prefect
prefer	prefer (vtr ) 
prefixe	prefix   
pregen	imbue, impregnate ( vtr ) 
preghes	before yesterday (adv) 
prehg	to pray, ask (someone; to do = ke(m) + verb)
prehgen	prayer (sb) 
prehistoria	prehistory
prehp	to appear, to come into sight 
prehsc	ask in marriage (vtr) 
preih	enjoy ( vtr ) 
preihplen	affectionate (adj ) 
preim	receive ( vtr ) 
prekaursprabhil	precautionary principle 
prekheiss	sense, forebode ( vtr ) 
prelat	prelate (sb) 
preleiv	to take (a sample; ex: science; vtr) 
preliminar	preliminary   
prelude	prelude (sb)
prem-	present tense base of “pressem” 
prematur	premature (adj ) 
premeditation	premeditation (sb) 
premehnmon	warning (adj ) 
Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)	premenstrual syndrome (PMS)   
premiere	premiere
premiss	premise ( sb) 
premium	premium ( sb) 
premonitor	prescient (adj ) 
prenam	first name, forename
prepage	flyleaf (sb) 
preparation	preparing (sb) 
prepare	prepare (vtr) 
prepayghen	advance (sb) (money) 
preponderance	supremacy (sb)
prepost	provost (sb) 
preraphaelite	pre-raphaelite
prerogative	prerogative (sb)
presage	presage   
presayg	to predict 
presbyterian	presbyterian   
prescol	preschool   
prescrib	( prescrìb ) = to prescribe 
prescription	prescription (sb) 
presence	presence (sb) 
present	present (adj) 
presentation	presentation, talk   
presepe	nativity scene, manger scene, crib, crèche, presepio, presepe   (Maynmos her un artistic representation ios gnahsa os Jesus Christ., plais oistrag id tarjem os "presepe" ex id werd "cripia" in ia dictionars. Mathalan: in id Englisch dictionar id inpiut "cripia" est tarjen ka "manger (sb); Nativity scene ( sb)", oistrag tod "Nativity scene ( sb)")
presidence	presidency (sb ) 
president	president ( sb) 
presidium	presidium (sb) 
press-papier	clipboard (sb) 
presse	press (sb; journalism, recruitment) 
pressem	press (vtr) & pressure (sb) 
pressening	tarpaulin (sb)
pressure trakh	pressure suit ( sb) (clothing) 
prest	first (of more than 2); prest officier = first officer (aircraft)
presump	to presume   
presumptueus	presumptuous (adj.)
preswed	freshwater 
prete	understand ( vtr ) 
pretend	claim, pretend (vtr) 
pretensieus	prententious
preter	first of 2, former (adj); first (adv) 
preterit	preterit
pretexte	pretext ( sb) 
pretorium	courtroom ( sb ) 
preus	to burn (feeling ) 
Preussen	Prussia (former German province or kingdom; npr) 
preussenblou	Prussian blue (adj & sb) 
preustang	hair iron (sb) 
preuv	to prove (vtr)   
preuven	test (exam)   
prev	past (sb & adj) 
prevarie	prevaricate (vint) 
preven	to prevent 
preventive concordat	receivership (sm ) 
prever	former (adj), before, formerly (adv)
previd	to foresee   
prevst	once, before (adv) 
prevstic	erstwhile (adj.)   
pri	by, along (prep) 
Priapos	Priapus (npr) 
pribeud	to puzzle (someone)   
pribeud	to puzzle (vtr; to make somebody pay attention)
prickel	fizz (vint) 
prickelscharab	pop (drinking; sb) 
Pridanwstria	Transnistria
pridem	stillness, freedom
prie-dieu	prie-dieu (sb)
priem	edge, border (sb) 
prient	friend (sb) 
prient strehl	friendly fire   
prientia	friendship (sb) 
prientlik	friendly (adj) 
prieslen	spindle whorl 
prih	past tense of “preih” 
prileips + acc.	to be in breach of, to fail to observe 
prilieubh	to have a short-term love with   
priliubh	flirt (short-term love)   
prim	prime (number); past tense of “preim” 
primar talim	primary education (sb) 
primark	markup (computer)
primate	primate   
primatia	primacy (sb) 
prime	prime (symbol)   
primitive	primitive (adj) 
primordial	primordial (adj)
primule	primrose (sb) 
prince	prince (sb) (son of the ruler) 
Prince-Charmant	Prince Charming   
princesse	princess (sb) 
principal	principal ( adj ) 
principal motoraxekunda	main bearing journal (of the crankshaft)   
principe	principle (sb) 
prined	take (vtr ) ( a city ) 
print	footprint, track 
printer	printer (computer, sb)
priok	blinker (horse tack)   
prioritat	priority (sb) 
priozd	branching, bifurcation (incl. computer)   
pris	price (sb); past participle & past tense of “prined” 
prise	prize (of war); taking (after a siege) 
prisedd	chariot-driver   
prisindex	Price Index ( sb) 
prisma	prism ( sb) 
prison	prison ( sf) 
prisoner	prisoner ( sb) 
prispehc	+ acc. = to attend 
prist	period of time 
pristah	to stand by 
pristdeposit	time deposit   
pristic	periodic ( adj ) 
pritor	amateur, lover (adj , sb) ( who likes) 
prityohc	tributary (river, sb) 
privat	private (adj) (opposed to " public "); privat individu = private individual (sb)
privatisation	privatization
privilege	privilege (sb); to favour (vtr)
prix	prize (sb)
priy	appreciable (adj) 
pro	for (prep); (as a verbal prefix means “ahead”; the verb triggers dative) 
proactive	proactive   
proag	to move off 
proaiwo	forever (adv)
proapo	following the stream (adv) 
proba	sample ( sb ) 
probable	probable   (tod werd exist tik in id englisch dictionar ed manct in alter)
probable	probable ( adj) 
probe	to put to the test 
probehr- do diewo	to uncover, see through   
probeprist	probation (workplace)
probeud	wake (vtr) 
probire	try on (a garment; sb)
problematique	underlying problem
probleme	problem (sb) 
procastell	forecastle (sb) 
proceddat	process, way of acting (sb) 
proceddure	procedure, proceedings (sb) 
procent	percent (sb) 
procentage	percentage (sb)
process	process, trial (sb) 
processor	central processing unit (CPU, sb) 
Proclus	Proclus
procrastine	to procrastinate   
procree	procreate   
procurature	the Attorney's Office, prosecution 
procure	provide, get ( vtr ) 
procureur	attorney, prosecutor ( sb) 
prod	ahead (prep) 
prodah	hand over (vtr; a criminal) 
prodgrund	foreground   
Prodic	[prOdik] = Prodicus
prodigal	prodigal (adj) 
prodsok	foresight (future studies)   
produc	produce (vtr) 
productionszangir	production line
productive	productive (adj) 
prodwals	outpost (sb) 
proe	already, first (adv; proclitic)
profan	secular (adj & sb) 
profession os fid	profession of faith
profile	profile
profiling	profiling   
profit	profit (sb, commercial) 
profitable	profitable (adj) 
profite	(+ acc.) = to take advantage of
profitsmyehren	profit sharing (sb)
profume	perfume
profund	profound (adj) 
profunditat	profoundness
prognath	prognathous   
prognathisme	prognathism   
prognohsa	forecast (sb) 
programmation lurhat	programming language (sb) 
programme	program ( sb) 
progress	progress (sb) 
progwmt	movable (good)   (ieus)
prohg	suitor (sb); past tense of “prehg” 
prohibeih	prohibit (vtr) 
prohibitive	prohibitive
prohp	past tense of “prehp” 
prohsc	past tense of “prehsc” 
proid	to fret 
proikto	asshole, anus   
project	project (sb) 
projection	projection, showing (sb) (to project a movie) 
prokal	to call out to (+ acc.)
prokaryotum	prokaryote   
Prokrustes	Procrustes (npr) 
prokwe	near (prep. & adj)
prokwem	near (prep. & adj)
Prokweust	Middle East ( npr ) 
prokwitat	proximity
prokwol	sidekick (sb)
prokwst	nearest
prokwtos merienden	short food supply chains   (pitu)
proletar	proletarian (adj & sb)
proletarian	proletarian (adj)
proletariat	proletariat
prolifere	to proliferate 
prolixe	prolix   
prolonge	to prolong   (vtr.)
Promanthus	Prometheus ( npr ) 
promanthusic	Promethean ( adj ) 
promenade	walk (avenue; vx)
promi	(& prominent) = celebrity (sb; person) 
promiscu	prosmiscuous   
promiscuitat	lack of privacy
promiss	promise (sb); past tense & past participle of “promitt” 
promissor	promising (adj) 
promitt	promise (vtr) 
promontur	promontory (sb) 
promotion	promotion; special offre   
promov	to promote   
prompt	prompt (adj) 
pron	prone (adj ) 
pron (+ dative)	inclined/prone to   
pronomen	pronoun (sb) 
pronunce	pronounce (vtr ) 
pronunciation	pronunciation   
propaganda	propaganda (sb) 
propage	spread (vtr) 
propedeutique	propedeutics   
propedeutique	propaedeutics
propeller	propeller (sb) 
prophecy	prophesy (vtr) 
prophet	prophet (sb) 
prophetia	prophecy (sb) 
propice	propitious, suitable (adj) 
propizdan	forward-breasted 
propodia	front-end, forecarriage (sb) 
propon	present tense base of “proposen” 
proposen	to offer, propose; proposal   
proposen	propose (vtr); proposal (sb) 
propylayum	propylaea
prosayic	prosaic   
prosch	close to, near (with an idea of movement) 
proschkehmb	ant = bow low / prostrate before ( vint) 
prose	prose (sb) 
proselyte	proselyte (adj & sb)
proselytisme	proselytism   
prosodia	prosody   
prospec	[prospEk] = prospect (vtr) 
prospect	leaflet, brochure; perspective (sb) 
prospector	prospector (sb)
prosper	prosperous (adj) 
prosperitat	prosperity ( sb) 
prostate	prostate (sb) 
prostek	silly, booby, fool (sb & adj) 
prostitut	prostitute   
prostituta	prostitute   
prostitution	prostitution ( sb) 
prostre	prostrate (vtr ) 
protection	protection (sb) 
protectionisme	protectionisme
proteg	( protèg ) = protect (vtr) 
proteiforme	multi-figured (adj)
protein	protein (sb) 
proteoid raudh	proteoid root   
protest	(& protestation) = protest ( sb) 
protestant	Protestant ( adj , sb); Protestant Union = Protestant Union ( npr ) 
proteste	protest (vint) 
prothesis	prosthesis
prothrombine	prothrombin   
protiag	raze, demolish   
protiapo	against the current (adv) 
protie	/protiev = against
protiebeud	wake up (vtr; against one's will)
protiedar	to hold back 
protiedeh	to apprend
protiediewo	against the sunlight (adv) 
protiekyeuk	to ward off (a spell)
protiemleu	exclaim (vint)
protietrag	to tug 
protievol	reluctance ( sb) 
protiokw	stare at ( vtr ); look (on a face; sb) 
protipam	arm wrestling 
protistum	protista (plu)   
protocol	protocol; statement (book against an offender)
protocolire	to book an offender 
protohistoria	protohistory
protonat	protonate (adj) 
prototype	prototype (sb) 
protozoium	protozoan   
proverb	proverb
proviande	provisions of food (splu) 
provid	pro = provide for (vint) 
providencial	providential (adj)
proviende	provision (reserve, sb) 
province	province   
provoque	provoke (vtr) 
prudence	prudence (sb) 
prudent	prudent (adj) 
prue	early morning (sb; sometimes used as an adverb too) 
prun	plum (sb) 
prus	past tense of “preus” 
pruser	caustic   
pruss	Prussian (Baltic people ; sb) 
prussisk	Prussian (Baltic people and language; adj) 
pruswa	hoarfrost (sb) 
pruv	proof, evidence ( sb) 
pryster	priest ( sb) 
psalm	psalm ( sb ) 
psalmodia	psalmody   
psalmodie	chant, drone out ( vtr ) 
psalterio	psalter (sb) 
pseudonym	pseudonym ( sb) 
pseudostebel	pseudostem   
psianschou	swindle (! sb) 
psora	scabies (sb) 
psychanalyse	psychanalysis (sb)
Psyche	Psyche (npr) 
psychiater	psychiatrist (sb) 
psychiatria	psychiatry   
psycholog	psychologist (sb)
psychopath	psychopath (adj. & n.)
psychose	psychosis 
psychosomatic	psychosomatic (adj.)   adjective!
psychosomatique	psychosomatic medicine   substantive!
psychotic	psychotic   
psychotrope	psychoactive (drug) (adj & sb)
ptelei	poplar (sb) 
pterg	wing (sb) 
ptergwent wekwos	catchphrase   
pterodactylus	pterodactylus (sb) 
ptilo	plume, panache ( sb) 
Ptolemayos	Ptolemy ( npr ) 
ptor	feather ( sb) 
public	public (adj & sb); public transports = public transports (splu) 
Public Ministerium	Prosecutor's Office   
publican	publican (adj & sb)
publie	to publish   
puddel	poodle (sb)
pudding	pudding (sb)
puericulture	infant care (sb)
Puerto Rico	{pwErto rIko} = Puerto Rico
pugil	pugilist (sb) 
pugma	wrestling (sb) 
puik	pine (sb) 
puk	thick (adj) 
pukukyah	to wriggle
puladh	blade of weapon
pulc	flea (sb) 
Pulcinella	Pulcinella   
puleig	pennyroyal (mint; sb) 
pullie	pulley (sb) 
pullman	coach, bus
pullover	sweater (sb) 
pulmon	lung (sb) 
pulp	pulp (sb) 
pulpoik	spotted ( adj ) 
puls	pulse (sm ) 
pulsar	pulsar   
pulse	pulse (vintr.)   
pult	desk, lectern ( sb) 
pulver	powder ( sb) 
pumpe	pump ( sb) 
punctual	punctual (adj) 
punctuation	punctuation   
punctue	to dot, mark 
puncture	puncture (ex : of tyre; sb) 
pund	pound (sb); pund sterling = Pound Sterling (sb) 
punese	drawing pin
pung	button ( sb ) (machine ); past tense of “peung” 
punor	however, on the other hand (adv ) 
pupill	pupil (sb) ( all meanings) 
pupp	doll (sb) 
pur	(& pure) = pure (adj ) 
Purat	Euphrates (npr) 
puree	puree (sb) 
pureemixer	immersion blender   
purgatorium	purgatory
purge	purge (sb ; fig ) 
purkan	blowing snow (sb) 
purpwr	purple (sb , adj ) 
purt	child (sb) ( descendant) 
purtka	female heifer   
purulent	purulent   
pus	pus ( sb) 
pusc	push ( vtr ) 
puscht	tearaway, scallywag (sb) 
pusillanim	pusillanimous   
pusinos	coniferous forest (sb) 
pussa	small fat man (sb) 
pussire	push ( vtr ) (fig. to cause to) 
pustak	grimoire ( sb) 
pusten	desolate, barren (adj ) ( place) 
put	well (sb; for water) 
puta	cunt (! vulva)   
putrid	putrid (adj)
puwen	clean (vtr) 
puwnster	domestic help (woman; sb)
pux	thick tail; pux- id scol = to play truant 
puyku	superb (adj) 
puzzle	jigsaw puzzle
pwarn	boy (sb) 
pwol	half (adv) 
pwolter	one and a half 
Pygmalion	Pygmalion   
pygmay	pygmy, pigmy
pyjama	pyjamas, pajamas   (singular in Sambahsa)
pylcell	virgin, maiden (sb) 
pyramide	pyramid (sb) 
Pyreneis	Pyrenees (npr) 
pyrening	Pyrenean   
pyrite	pyrite, fool's gold (sb) 
pyroclastic nebos	pyroclastic flow (volcano; sb) 
pyromantia	pyromancy   
pyrot	gunpowder ( sb) 
pyrotechnique	(sing.) = pyrotechnics
pyroteina	gunpowder magazine (artillery)   
pyrotnest	pan (of powder gun)   
pyssic	pussy (cat) ( sb) 
Pythagoras	Pythagoras ( npr ) 
pythagorei	pythagorean (adj. & sb) 
pythia	Pythia ( sb ) 
qua	interrogative & relative pronoun for feminine singular nominative & neutral plural nominative & accusative
quader	framework (sb) ( fig ) 
quaderpetra	freestone (sb) 
quadrat	square (adj. & sb); quadrat raudh = square root
quadratic equation	quadratic equation   
quadriga	quadriga   
quadrille	quadrille (sb)
qualg	which (one)
qualifie	qualify (vtr)
qualitat	quality (sb) 
quan	when   
quan	when 
quando	when   
quando	when
quant	all (adj) 
quanter	everywhere ( adv ) 
quantic physique	quantum mechanics   
quantitat	quantity (sb) 
quantloc	everywhere (adv ) 
quantplor	off-road (vehicle; adj ) 
quantum	quantum   
quap	tadpole (sb) 
quapt	castration (sb) 
quar	four (num); "Quar arya sontias" = "Four noble truths" (buddhism)
quarantaine	quarantine (sb) 
quardel schib	quarter glass (car)   
quaresma	lent
quarsdasch	em (typography)   
quartal	block of houses ( sb) 
quarterback	quarterback (football; sb) 
quarterdeck	quarterdeck (sb) 
quartett	quartet (sb)
quartier	quarter; billeting (sb) 
quasi	nearly, quasi 
quat	handful (sb) 
quaternar	quaternary
quatrain	quatrain (sb) 
quayque	(al)though 
quayt	how much/many ( pronoun ) 
quebecois	québécois, quebecer (adj & sb) 
quel	interrogative & relative pronoun for undetermined singular nominative & accusative
quem	as, than ( with comparative ) 
quer	where 
question	question ( sb) 
questionar	survey, questionnaire (sb ) 
questor	tax collector ( sb) 
quetzal	quetzal
queu	queue (sb & vint) 
qui	masculine singular nominative singular pronoun ; undetermined plural nominative & accusative interrogative & relative pronoun
qui-pro-quo	qui pro quo   
quie	quay, wharf, embankment (sb) 
quietisme	quietism   
quiett	quiet ( adj) 
quilt	quilt   (Definition: un lihaf meis gvereht quem oin charsaf, bet est gwaurer)
quincalier	ironmonger (sb) 
quintal	quintal (100 kg; sb ) 
quintessence	quintessence (sb) 
Quintilian	Quintilian   
quitance	bill, receipt   
quitance	bill, invoice (sb) 
quitte	quits (adj), quit (vtr) 
quo	what (general relative pronoun) 
quod	what ; that, which (relative pronoun neutral nominative & accusative) 
quodquid bih to	anyway, be that as it may 
quom	interrogative & relative pronoun masculine singular accusative 
quos	whose (when referring to a singular nominative & accusative noun) 
quosmed	how, with what (referring to an instrument)
quote	quota; quotation, rating (sb) 
quoter	which (of two) 
quotient	quotient (sb) 
quoy	interrogative & relative pronoun masculine plural nominative.
raa	yard (sailing, sb)
rab	to abduct 
rabab	rebec (sb ) 
rabar	roll in the dust (vint) 
rabat	discount (sb) 
rabbin	Rabbi (sb) 
rabbinic	rabbinic
rabiabahsa	gibberish (sb) 
rabita	bale (sb) 
rabos	rabies (sb) 
race	race (kin)   
rach	sulfuric acid (sb) 
Rachel	Rachel (npr) 
rachis	main shaft of a plant   
rachis	raquis (botanic; part of the feather)   Ubnuwen id ja existent inpiut
rachitic	rachitic, rickety   
rachitis	rickets   
racketire	racketeer, to racket   
radh	advise (dative of the person; vtr); piece of advice (sb); Radh ios Jectpospolita Polska in exile = Government of the Republic of Poland in exile
radian	radian (sb) 
radiator	radiator ( sb); radiator sayp = grille ( sb) (vehicle ) 
radical	radical ( adj ) 
radicalise	to radicalize (vtr)   
radicule	radicle (botany)   
radio	radio ( sb) 
radioactivitat	radioactivity (sb) 
radioamateur	amateur radio (sb) 
radiocarbon tarikhen	radiocarbon dating   
radiotherapia	radiation therapy (sb) 
radius	radius (sb) (circle) 
radja	rajah
raffine	refine   
raffinerie	refinery (sb) 
rafik	mate, pal, buddy (sb) 
raflat	somnolence, sleepiness (sb) 
raflatic	sleepy (adj) 
raga	register of voice
rage	rage (sb) 
ragh	lacerate (vtr ) 
ragou	stew (sb) 
rah	enumerate (vtr) 
rahas-ye	secretly (adv ) 
rahat	rest ( sb & vint ) 
rahim	merciful (adj) 
rahimat	(+ acc.) to have mercy / pity on 
rai	ray ( sb) 
raid	raid (sb) 
rail	rail   
railvia	railway ( sb) 
railvia halt	stop, halt (small train station)   
railvia skeirdrom	level crossing (sb) 
raison	reason ( sb) 
raisonable	reasonable (adj) 
raisonable accomodance	reasonable accomodation   
raisonen	reasoning (sm ) 
rajem	stone (vtr ) 
rakakel	cackle (vint) 
rakete	rocket ( sb) 
rakia	rakia (sb) 
ralise	coarse (adj, person) 
rallie	+ acc. = go along with (vint); rally (sb)
rally	rally (sport, sb)   (sport, sb)
Ramah	Ramah (former city in Israel; npr) 
ramak	last breath (sb ) 
ramal	to tell fortune (vtr ) 
Ramathayim	Arimathaea   
ramazan	Ramadan ( sb) 
rampe	ramp ( sb) 
ramsa	fair ( sb) 
Ramses	Ramesses (npr) 
ramun	chamomile (sb) 
rana	tree frog   
ranch	ranch   
rancic	rancid (adj) 
rancor	resentment, rancour (sb) 
rand	rim, edge (sb) 
random	random (adj & sb) 
random access memoria	random access memory (sb) 
rang	rank (sb) 
ranger	ranger (sb)
ranghi	colour, shade (sb) 
ranghin	flowery (adj) 
ranking	ranking (sb)
ransomware	ransomware   
ranuncule	buttercup (sb) 
rap	rape (plant; sb) 
Rapa Nui	Easter Island (npr) 
rapanui	Rapa Nui (adj & sb; inhabitant of Easter Island) 
rapeina	field of rapes ( sb) 
Raphael	Raphael ( npr ) ( Italian artist ) 
raphia	raffia (sb) 
rapid	fast (adj ) 
rapid	rapid (sb ) (in a river)) 
rapire	rapier (sb) 
rappel	abseil, rappel (sb.) ; abseil, do abseiling/rappeling (vintr.)   
rapport	report (sb) 
rapporteur	rapporteur (sb) 
rapproche	se kye = to come closer to (fig.)
rapprochement	rapprochement
rapt	kidnapping, abduction (sb) 
raptor	abductor ( adj , sb) 
rapuncel	corn salad (sb) 
raquet	racket (sb) 
rar	rare (adj) 
rarz	rage (vint) 
Raschid	Rashid
rase	to raze (to the ground) (vtr) 
raskal	scurvy fellow, cad (sb) 
rasp	rasp (vtr ) 
rasper	grater, shredder   
raspeus	rough ( adj) 
rass	cape (sb) 
rassass	lead shot ( sb) 
rassure	reassure ( vtr ) 
raster	rake ( sb) 
rat	rat (sb)
ratafia	ratafia (sb)
ratib	set price (sb) 
ratibsafer	package tour
ratifie	ratify (vtr ) 
ratio	rate (sb) 
rational	rational (adj) 
rationire	rationing (sb) and ration (vtr) 
ratur	petty thief   
ratusch	City Hall (sb) 
raubh	to steal, rob (vtr) 
rauchugun	pig iron   
raudh	root (sb) 
rauf	ruffle (vtr ) 
raufank	chimney hood (sf ) 
raug	wrinkle (sb) 
rauk	rude, raucous (adj ) 
rauk blahmen	rough breathing (Greek)   
raumateria	raw material (sb) 
raunaft	crude oil
rautexte	plain text   
rauza	funerary garden
ravage	havoc, ravage (sb) 
ravan	walk, stroll (sb) 
ravelin	ravelin   
ravine	gully ( sb) 
ravioli	ravioli (sb) 
ravun	engagement gift 
rawaj	currency unit ( sb) 
rayha	scent (sb) 
raym	sundry ( adj) 
rayn	queen (sb) 
rays	Head of State 
rayvan	stroll (vint) 
razzia	raid (sb) 
razzye	raid (vtr) 
re	re, case, affair (sb) 
reactionair	reactionary (adj; pol.)
reactionkittar	chain reaction   
reagent	reagent (sb)   
real	real (adj) 
reanimation	kerd - = cardiac resuscitation 
rebell	rebel (sb, adj) 
rebellion	rebellion (sb) 
rebiakmen	rib vault (sb) 
rebio	rib (sb) 
recapitalisation	seasoned equity offering
recension	review (critical appraisal of a work)
recent	[rëtsEnt] = recent (adj) 
recep	[rëtsEp] = receive (vtr) 
recept	(medical) order (sb), recipe (sb) 
receptible	admissible (adj) 
receptioniste	receptionist (sb) 
receptor	handset (telephone) 
recess	recess (sb) 
recessive	receding (adj)
recetts	revenue (splu) (trade) 
rechal	treacle (sb) 
recharge	reload (vtr) 
rechwng	bill (in restaurant; sb) 
recidive	repeat offense/offence   
reciproc	reciprocal
recital	recital (sb) 
recitative	recitative
recite	recite (vtr) 
reclame	advertising, advertisement (sb)
reclusorium	hermitage of a recluse   (latin : "reclusorium")
recogneih	recognize (vtr) 
recollect	recollect (monk)
recommande	recommend   
recommande	recommend (vtr) 
recommandet post	registered mail 
recompense	recompense (sb & vtr) 
reconcilye	to reconcile (vtr; con = with)
reconnaissance	reconnaissance (sb) (military) 
reconnaiter	reconnoiter (vtr) (military - place) 
record	record   
recorde	record (vtr) 
recrudescence	recrudescence
recrut	recruit (sb) 
rect	right (sub.)   (sub.)
rect	right (sb) ; right (adj) 
rect schack	running stitch, straight stitch   
rectangle	rectangle   
rectsam	the right way round
recule	recoil (gun)   
recuper	recover (vtr) 
recurr	to have recourse to (vint) 
recurrent	recurrent
recurs	action, suit (sb) 
recuse	to challenge (Law.)   
recycle	recycle (vtr.)   
recycling	recycling (sb)
redan	redan (fortification)   
redemptor	redeemer (sb) 
redingote	redingote
rediska	radish (sb) 
redox	redox (adj & sb) 
reduc	reduce ( vtr ) 
reduction	reduction (sb) 
redundance	redundancy (sb) 
redwoi	fear (vtr) 
reeducation	reeducation, rehabilitation (sb)
ref	rivet (sb) 
reference	mark, position (sb) 
referencensysteme	reference framework   
referendum	referendum (sb) 
reflation	recovery policy
reflect	( reflèct ) = think about (vint) 
refleg	(reflèg ) = reflect ( vtr ) 
reflexe	reflex (sb) 
Reformation	Reformation (sb) (history) 
reforme	reform (sb) 
refoulement	refoulment   (dia gospotis)
refraction	refraction   
refrain	refrain (in a song; sb)
refreschment	refreshment (sb) 
refrigerator	(& frige) = refrigerator (fridge; sb) 
refuge	refuge (sb) 
refugeit	refugee (sb)
refuse	refusal (sb), refuse (vtr) 
refutabilitat	refutability   
refutation	refutation
refute	refute   
reg	reach out (hand), stretch out (arms)   (kay addihes tod maynen do id englisch dictionar)
reg	govern (vtr; fig.) 
regatta	regatta (sb) 
regent	regent
regie	control room, production department (show; sb)
regime	régime (sb) 
regiment	regiment ( sb) 
region	region ( sb ) 
regisseur	stage/film director   
register	register ( sb) 
reglament	regulation (sb) 
regne	reign (sb & vint) 
regret	regret ( vtr ) 
regular	regular   
regv	back (spine; sb) 
regvpulverisator	costal pulverizer, back pulverizer   
regwos	twilight, dusk (sb)
rehabilitation	rehabilitation 
rehm	relief (vtr) 
rehn	stream (vint) 
rehnic	running (adj; nose)
rehv	tear off (vtr) 
reib	rib (sb) 
reiber	rib; principal rafter (carpentry)
reibo	ribbon (sb) 
reid	ride (vtr) 
reid-ye	astride, straddling ( adv ) 
reidbiest	mount (for riding; sb) 
reidweghtor	teamster ( sm ) 
reik	+ acc. = return to, get back to ( vtr ) 
reincarnation	reincarnation ( sb) 
reineta	russet apple
reip	rip (vtr ) 
reiss	draw (vtr) 
reissen	drawing (sb) 
reiv	to rive   
reject	discharge, rejection (sb; thing)
rejoin	join (vtr; a place) 
rekehgn	recognize (vtr) 
relai	relay (athletics, like in “relay team”, “relay race”…)   
relai	relay (sb) 
relat	tell; to establish a link (vtr) 
relation	relationship (sb) 
relativitatstheoria	theory of relativity
relaxe	to relax (vtr/vint) 
relegation	relegation
relevant	relevant (adj) 
relief	relief, terrain (sb) 
religion	religion (sb) 
reling	railing, ship's rail (sb) 
reliquia	relic
reman	to remain 
remarkable	remarkable ( adj) 
remarke	remark, notice (vtr) 
rembeurs	pay back (vtr) 
remeid	remedy (sb & vtr) 
remep	to creep   
remep	creep (vint) 
reminiscence	vague recollections (remembering)
remunerative	remunerative (adj) 
Renaissance	Renaissance (sb ) ( History ) 
rened	render (vtr ) 
renegad	renegade ( sb , adj ) 
renege	to renounce, repudiate something 
renfort	reinforcement, back-up (sb) 
renk	bad trick 
renn	reindeer (sb) 
rentabilitat	return (sb) 
rentaka	swivel gun (sb) 
rentier	person of privte means
rentire	retire (vint) 
reoinascen	reunification
rep	past tense of “remep” 
reparation	repairing (sb) 
repare	repair (sb, vtr) 
reper	locate, spot (vtr ) 
repercutt	echo, pass on (vtr) 
repertuar	repertoire ( sb ) (of an artist) 
repeteih	to repeat   
repeteih	repeat (vtr) 
repetition	rehearsal
replic	replica (sb) 
replicant	replicant   
replication	replication ( sb) 
replie	respond (vint; trial) 
reploy	withdrawal (sb) (military)
report	report (sb)
reporte	to report (vtr) 
reporter	reporter   
repositorium	repository (software)   
repoussee	repoussé (adj) 
reprehensible	reprehensible
represente	to represent (to be representative)   
represente	represent (vtr) 
reprobation	reprobation (sb)
reprographia	reprography (sb)
reptil	reptile (adj. & sb) 
repugnant	repulsive (adj) 
repulg	to push away, drive back (vtr)
requisitorium	prosecutor's argument   
requisitum	prerequisite (sb)
reroge	to take on (vtr)
res	past participle & past tense of “rened” 
resack	backwash (sb) 
reserve	book (vtr ) ( ex: a place); reserve (sb & vtr; including military); reservation (sb) 
reserverot	spare wheel 
reservuar	reservoir (sb) 
resid	( resìd ) = live (vint) 
residence	residence (sb) (medicine ) internship ( sb) 
residual	residual (adj ) 
residue	residue (sm ) 
resilience	resilience (sb)
resist	[rëzIst] = resist (vtr) 
resistor	resistor (sb) 
resmen	belt, strap (sb) 
resocialisation	social reintegration   
resort	resort   
resort	resort   
respect	[rëspEkt] = respect (sb) 
respect	(& respecte) = respect (vtr) 
respective	respective (adj)
respieu	rebuff (vtr) 
respirator	medical ventilator; respirator insufficience = respiratory failure (sb) 
respire	breathe (vtr/vint) 
respond	retort, respond (vtr) 
responsible	responsible (adj)
respublic	republic (sb)
ressenteih	resent   
ressentiment	resentment (sb) 
ressort	jurisdiction (space; sb) 
restaurateur	restaurant owner
restaure	to restore   
reste	to be left (vint); rest, left-over (sb) 
restrineg	to restrict   
restructuration	restructuration
resultat	result (sb) 
resulte	ex = to result from
resume	sum up (vtr) 
resurrection	resurrection (sb) 
resurreg	to ressurect 
reteulgen	pull-up (after a jump; sb) 
reticence	reluctance (sb) 
reticent	reluctant, hesitant (adj)
reticule	reticle   
retina	retina   
retina	retina
retire	pension off, retire (vtr) 
retireit	retired person
retive	restive, stubborn (adj) 
retorte	retort   
retorte	retort (chemistry; sb) 
retouche	to touch up (sb)
retrace	retrace (vtr) 
retraite	retreat (sb) (military) 
retransliator	radio-repeater   
retrehv	retrieve, find back (vtr) 
retro	backwards (adv)
retrodrehb	feedback (sb.) (if the word, which you intent to translate, doesn't concern to a "drehben", maybe you wanna use the word "retroregule")   
retrograde	retrograde (adj.)   
retroguardia	rearguard (military force)   
retrogwahsa	reversing (vehicle; sb)
retrosmitter	setback, mishap, hiccup   
retrospecule	rearview mirror (sb) 
returne un wirt	return a value   (ex: contexte os programmation)
reu	crumble, collapse (vint) 
reudher	glow red (vint) 
reudhos	redness, red blotch (sb) 
reug	belching (sb) and belch (vtr) 
reul	rule (sb & vtr) 
reup	to break (up) (vint)
reur	bell, wail (vtr) 
reus	crackle (vint) 
reusch	rush (vint & sb) 
reust	to get rusty
reuyd	to exploit (a natural resource) (vtr) 
rev	reef (sail)   
revanche	revenge   
revanche	revenge (sb & vtr) 
revele	to reveal (vtr)
revente	rhubarb (sb) 
revenue	revenue (ex. of a State, sb) 
reverbere	reverberate   
revere	revere (vtr ) 
reverence	reverence (sf ) 
Reverend	Reverend (sb) 
revers	reverse ( sb) (Sports ) 
reverso rekurihen	reverse repo
revigore	invigorate, brace up (vtr) 
reving	reefing   
revolution	revolution
revolutionar	revolutionary
revolv	revolve (vint) 
revolver	revolver
revue	review (military spectacle, magazine, sb); review (vtr) 
rew	past tense of "rewen"
rewaldh	- se = to regain one's control
rewen	to space out (vtr)
rewidue	to reafforest (vtr) 
rewiduesa	reforestation (sb) 
rewos	(free) space (sb); rewos bar = space bar 
rewost	roomy, spacious
rewoswakt	spacetime   
rewot	(sing) = viscera (splu) (animal) 
rey	wealth (sb) 
reykhan	marjoram (sb) 
reza	latch (sb) 
rezg	rope, rigging (sb) 
rhabreb	dewlap   
rhabreb	dwelap, wattle, lappet, whalebone, fetlock
Rhadamenth	Rhadamanthuq
rhaddeb	furious (adj)
rhalat	erroneous, wrong 
rhalateih	to skew/distort (vtr)   
rhalib	victorious ( adj) 
rhalt	err ( vint) error, mistake (sb) 
rhasal	ghazal
rhassib	usurper (sb) 
rhayir	alien, external (adj) 
rhayr	non- (prefix) (to words of Arabic origin) 
rhelrhay	ingush
Rhen	Rhine (npr) 
rhenisch	Rhenish
rhetoric figure	figure of speech   
rhetorique	rhetorics (sb) 
rheumatic feber	rheumatic fever
rheumatisme	rheumatism (sb) 
rhielt	past tense of « rhalt » 
rhinitis	rhinitis   
rhinoceros	rhinoceros (sb) 
rhizome	rhizome   
rhizosphere	rhizosphere   
Rhodes	Rhodes (npr) 
rhododendron	rhododendron (sb)
Rhomay	(Imperium) = Byzantine (Empire) 
rhum	rum ( sb) 
riawdals	achievement (sb) 
ribat	piping, slip-bead ( sb) 
ribis	red currant (sb) 
Ribonucleic Acid	ribonucleic acid   
ribosom	ribosome (sb) 
rica	headband (sb) 
riche	rich (adj) 
richeih	enrich (vtr) 
ricochete	rebound, bounce ( sb) 
ricotta	ricotta (sb) 
rictus	grin (sb) 
rid	past tense of “reid” 
rieb	past tense of “rab” 
riedh	past tense of “radh” 
riegh	past tense of “ragh” 
rierz	past tense of “rarz” 
riesp	past tense of “rasp” 
rieubh	past tense of “raubh”
rieud	to mourn for, to weep 
rieuf	past tense of “rauf” 
riff	reef (sb) 
rifil	ripple (sb) 
rig	realm (sb); past tense of “rineg” 
righing	rigging (sb)
rigid	rigid (adj) 
rigor	rigor (sb) 
rigoreus	strict (adj ) 
rik	returned, got back to (past tense) 
rime	rhyme (sb) 
rind	rind (sb) ( fruit) 
rinderpeste	rinderpest (sb) 
rineg	hug ( vtr ) 
rineg	Market Square 
ring	ring ( sb) 
Ringenpoti	“Lord of the Rings” 
rinna	gutter ( sb) 
riouda	mourning, wailing; Riouda Duivar = Wailing Wall
rip	past tense of “reip” 
ripa	rib (sb); seashore (sb) 
riposte	retaliate (vtr) 
ris	rice (sb) 
ris absmudel	rice drainer   
riscat	risky (adj) 
risk	risk (sb, vtr); ye sien wi risk = at one's own risk 
riskpremium	risk premium
risotto	risotto (sb) 
riss	past tense of “reiss” 
rissala	periodical (sb , newspaper ) 
rissem	drawing ( sb ) ( result ) 
ristorno	return (of a part of, f.i., an insurance)   
rite	rite (sb) 
ritornell	ritornello (sb) 
ritter	knight (sb ) 
rittersk	chivalrous ( adj) 
ritterstand	chivalry ( sb) 
ritual	ritual (adj & sb) 
riud	past tense of "rieud"
rivalitat	rivalry (sb) 
rivete	rivet (sb) 
rivier	river (sb) (that flows into another river; & including "River of diamonds"); Rivier ios Pace = Peace River (Canada)
Riyad	Riyadh (npr) 
rizma	ream (sb) ( paper ) 
rjienbwuts	figure ( sb) (fig. important person ) 
rjiendaujughyi	humanitarianism ( sb) 
rjienkjian	world of the living ( sb) 
rjienklicha	rickshaw (sb) 
rjienrlwey	humankind 
rjienzao	man-made (adj) 
rlau	jail, gaol ( sb ) 
rlaurjien	senior, elderly person 
rlayji	next year 
rlayu	thunderstorm ( sb) 
rlienxien	meticulous (adj ) 
rligay	( sing ) = profit and loss ( splu ) 
rlinji	provisional ( adj) 
rlinji muntdel	provisional twelfth   (budget)
rliokchay	Green tea 
rliouscha	(sing) = quicksands (splu)
rliouturbine	water current turbine (sb) 
rlowtou	road verge (sb) 
rlungdwan	monopolize, take up (vtr ) 
roadster	roadster ( sb ) 
robe	robe (sb) 
robot	robot (sb ) 
robust	sturdy ( adj) 
robustesse	robustness   
rock	rock (sb) 
Rockic Montans	Rocky Mountains (splu) 
rod	gnaw ( vtr ) 
rodar	meadowsweet ( sb) 
rodent	rodent (adj & sb) 
rodeo	rodeo (sport)   
Rodrigo	Roderic   
rog	rye (sb ) 
rogamus	rogatory commission 
rogant	demanding (adj)   
rogv	dress, skirt ( sb ) 
rogye	to straighten (vtr)
rohm	past tense of “rehm” 
rohn	past tense of “rehn” 
rohv	past tense of “rehv” 
roibh	disparate (adj) 
roig	row (sb); “ep sien roig” = in one's turn 
rokh	roc (sb) ( fabulous bird ) 
rol	role (sb); ag- un rol
roll	roll (vtr/vint) (sb)
rollbaurd	skateboard   
rollbaurdsport	skateboard (sport)   
rolldrab	escalator   
rollschou	roll skate (sb)
rollstaven	rolling slat blind (sb) 
Romagna	Romagna ( npr ) 
roman	novel ( sb) 
romanc	romance (adj) 
romani	romani
romanlik	novelistic   (= Fr. "romanesque")
romantic	romantic (adj) 
romantiquer	romanticist (sb) 
romantisme	romanticism
romanurg	novelist (sb) 
romb	diamond shape (sb) 
Rome	Rome
romune	Romanian
Romuneia	Romania
romuscha	forced laborer 
Roncesvalles	Roncesvalles ( npr ) 
rong	haughty ( adj) 
rontgen	radio, x-ray ( sb & vtr) ( medicine) 
rontgenium	roetgenium (sb) 
ronthal	halter ( sb) 
ropp	lewd, filthy (adj ) 
rosar	(sing) = prayer beads (splu) 
rosbif	roast beef   
roschtka	hearth grate (sb) 
rose	rose (sb) 
rosette	rosette (of a guitar)   
Rosette	Rosetta (npr); Rosette Petra = Rosetta Stone
rosink	(sing) = raisins (splu) 
rosmarin	rosemary (sb) 
ross	dew (sb) 
rossomak	wolverine (sb) 
rost	roast (vint) & roasted (adj) 
rostdel	rotisserie (roasting device)   
rot	wheel (sb)
rotarkel	guard stone
rotarpresse	rotary printing press   
rotative	rotary ( adj) 
rotbrehg	breaking wheel ( sb) ( torture ) 
rotic	cartage (sb) 
rotor	rotor (sb) 
rotos	landing gear 
rotscruvwehrt	tire iron (US), tyre iron (UK)   
rotskand	(to do a) cartwheel 
rotunde	rotunda ( sb) 
roube	suit, clothing (sb); (roubes = splu) = things, belongings 
roufett	trade association 
roug	clamp, bridle ( sb) 
rouge	rouge ( sb) 
Roumeli	Rumelia
rouna	secret (sb)
round	round (sb) ( Sports ) 
roup	opening, doorway, gun-port, embrasure ( sb ) 
route	route ( sb) 
router	router (sb) 
routine	routine (sb)
routing	routing   (internet)
roy	king (sb) 
royal	royal (adj) 
roydem	kingdom (sb) 
roygven	regicide, kingslayer (the person)   
roygvon	regicide (the action)   
royschalk	steward ( sb) ( Gondor's “Arandur” ) 
ru	past tense of “reu” 
ruakchei	brook ( sb ) 
rubeola	(sing) = measles 
rubin	ruby ( sb) 
rublye	ruble ( sb) 
rubric	rubric, topic (sb) 
rucksack	backpack 
rudh	commie (pejorative slang for communist)   (pejorative werd pro "communiste")
rudh	red (adj) 
Rudh Liewen Drehm	“Dream in the Red Chamber” (Chinese major novel, npr) 
rudhchald	breaking (adj) (fig., ex: topic) 
rudher	past tense of “reudher” 
rudiment	rudiment (sb) 
rudimentar	rudimentary (adj) 
rue	rue (sb) (plant) 
ruffian	ruffian (sb)
rug	rough (adj); past tense of “reug” 
rughat	curse, swearword (sb); to swear, curse (vint)
Rugia	Rügen   
Ruhollah Khomeini	Ruhollah Khomeini
ruine	ruin (sb) 
ruineus	ruinous   
rujiow	shotgun (sb) 
rukh	rook (chess, sb)
rukhade	castling (sb)
rukhsa	dismissal (sb) 
rul	past tense of “reul” 
rumantsch	romansh
rumen	rumen (sb) 
rumep	break up (vtr) 
rumine	ruminate ( vtr ) 
rumor	rumor ( sb ) 
runc	wrist ( sb) 
runcsaat	watch (wrist; sb) 
rund	round (sb); round (adj) 
rundgeir	roundabout (sb) 
rundic	rounded, chubby ( adj ) 
rundretorte	round-bottom flask 
rune	rune (sb)
runedh	to redden (vtr)
ruoss	red-haired (adj) 
rup	past tense of “rumep” 
rupia	rupee (sb) 
rupture	break ( sb) 
rur	past tense of “reur”; countryside 
rural	rural
rural exodus	rural exodus
rurdom	country house   
rus	past tense of “reus” 
rusch	past tense of “reusch” 
ruschvett	bribe ( sb ) 
rusk	Russian (adj. & sb) ( ethnicity ); rusk ballett = Russian ballet ( sb ) 
Russ	Russia ( npr ) ( old) 
Russia	Russia ( npr ) (Modern) 
russian	Russian (adj. & sb) (nationality) 
rust	rust (sb); past tense & participle of "reust"
rusta	country town (sb) (!) 
rustbaungos	rust fungus
rustic	rustic   
rustic	rustic (adj)
rutabaga	rutabaga ( sb) 
rutule	Rutulian   
ruyd	ore, mineral resource (sb); past tense of “reuyd” 
rybs	brassica rapa (plant) 
rynk	forest pasture 
ryowkhow	favorable ( adj ) 
ryssia	stake net (sb ) 
rythme	rhythm (sb) 
rythmic	rythmical (adj) 
sa	(& sal)  + verb = to be about to 
sa(l)-	to be about to   (samt defis, pre un conjuget verb)
Saadi	Saadi (npr)
saan	umbrella (sb) 
saat	clock, watch (sb) 
saat	hour ( sb) (o' clock ) 
saat-ye	clockwise (adv) 
saatar	watchmaker   
saatfark	time zone difference, jet lag   
saatzone	time zone (sb) 
Saba	Sheba (biblic kingdom; npr) 
sabab	reason, cause (sb)
sabastan	sebesten 
sabbarh	dyer (sb ) 
sabbatical	sabbatical (adj & sb) 
sabd	Saturday (sb) 
sabel	sable (animal, sb) 
saber	saber (sb ) 
sabi	Sabian   (Coran)
sabika	old acquaintance 
sabit	indelible (adj)
sable	sable (sb) (heraldry) 
sabotage	sabotage (sb & vtr)
sabur	purge ( sb) 
sabzi	(sing ) = vegetables ( splu ) 
sac	sack(ing) (sb; vtr) 
sacber	confiscator, looter, “sacker” (sb) 
saccadat	staccato (adj) 
saccade	jerk (sb) 
sachet	sachet, little bag
sack	bag (sb) 
sacramebt	sacrament (sb)
sacrifice	sacrifice (vtr & sb) 
sacrilege	sacrilege (sb) 
sacrileger	sacrilegious   (adj.; sb "anghen")
sacristia	sacristy
sadak	wedding gift (sb ) 
sadiste	sadist ( sb ) 
sadistic	sadistic ( adj ) 
sadrenc	chessboard (sb) 
sadrencpold	field (on a chessboard)
safawi	safavid
safer	travel (sb & vint) 
safi	rough, unpolished, uncultivated (adj) 
safride	trevally (sb) 
sage	sage (sb) 
sagv	to know how to 
sahan	tureen (sb) 
Sahara	Sahara (npr) 
Sahel	Sahel (npr) 
sahide	blest (adj) 
sahikh	(wa salim) = safe and sound (adj) 
sahli	Sahelian
sahrawi	Saharian (adj) 
saint	saint (adj. & sb) 
Saint Augustinus os Hippo	Saint Augustine of Hippo 
Saint Gallen	St. Gallen ( npr ) (city and canton of Switzerland) 
Saint Gotthard	Saint Gotthard (Switzerland; npr) 
Saint Iohannes lukukramb	glowworm   
Saint Iohannes lukukramb	glowworm (sb) 
Saint Laurent	Saint- Lawrence ( npr ) ( river and gulf ) 
Saint Office	Holy Office ( sb) 
Saint patron	patron saint (sb) 
Saint Peter Basilic	Saint Peter's Basilica 
Saint Petersburg	Saint Petersburg (npr) 
Saint Spirit	Holy Spirit 
Saint Thomas os Aquin	Thomas Aquinas (npr) 
Saint-Alliance	Holy Alliance   
saison	season ( sb) 
saj	teak (sb ) 
sajada	small prayer mat 
sakat	invalid (adj , sb) 
saker	sacred (adj) 
Saker Roman Imperium Deutschios Nation	Holy Roman Empire 
sakerdot	priest (sb ) 
Sakerdotin	High Priestess ( Tarot ) 
sakerfalk	saker falcon (sb) 
sakht	tough, bitter (adj) 
sakhtian	morocco leather (sb) 
sakhwan	by mistake 
saki	cup-bearer (sb) 
sakib	radiant (adj) 
saktah	swoon (vint; fig.) 
sakwn	quiet (adj)
sala	salah   (Islam)
salace	salacious   
salace	salacious
salacot	pith helmet 
salade	salad (sb) 
Saladin	Saladin (npr) 
salafi	Salafi(st)
salafia	salafism
salair	salary (sb) 
salairmandover	wage-earning class
salamander	salamander (sb) 
Salamis	Salamis   
salariat	employee, salaried ( adj & sb) 
saldem	brine (sb ) 
saldet	savoury (and any kind of salted appetizer)   
saldetiko	snack (like Cheetos or Doritos); cheese puff, cheese curl, cheese ball, cheesy puff, corn curl, corn cheese; potato chip, crisp   Baym od id Franceois tarjem est ne mathmount vasya maynens tos conception, plais vid id Englisch au Portughesche tarjem
saldmer	briny (adj) 
saldnitsa	salt box   
saldpetra	saltpeter (sb) 
Salem	Salem (npr) 
salepp	orchis ( sb) 
salg	+ acc. = to go / get out of 
salgos	swell (of the sea, sb) 
salic	Salic, Salian
saline	saltworks (sing. in Sambahsa)
salive	saliva (sb) 
salk	willow (sb) 
sall	room ( sf ) 
Sallust	Sallust   
salm	(& salmon) = salmon ( sm ) 
salmiac	ammonia salt, salmiac (sb) 
salmonella	salmonella (bacteria; sb) 
Salomon	Solomon ( npr ); Salomon Insules = Solomon Islands (npr) 
salon	lounge ( sb) 
saloun	saloun
saltamarka	doublet ( sb ) 
saltillo	saltillo   
saltimbank	travelling acrobat (sb ) 
salto	(& saltomortale) = somersault (sb ) 
saluber	healthy, salubrious ( adj) 
salut	hello (sb) ( greeting) 
salute	to greet (vtr) 
salv	safe (adj) 
salv	save (vtr ); salv deposit grind = security locker (bank) (sb) 
salv-conduct	safe-conduct (sb) 
salvguarde	safeguard (vtr) 
salvia	sage (herb, sb) 
salviarmust	sagebrush (sb) 
Salvor	Saviour ( sb) 
salvtat	integrity, safety (sb) 
salvtatscage	roll bar (vehicle) (sb) 
salvtatsnauk	lifeboat
salvtatsvest	lifejacket (sb) 
sam	same (adj ) 
saman	utensil (sb) 
samar	pack saddle ( sb) 
Samarkand	Samarkand (npr) 
samawi	sky-blue (adj ) 
samband	link, relationship (sb) 
samberect	equal in rights   
sambuca	sambukê (sb) 
sambussa	filled pastry cake (sb) 
samdehk- con	to tally with (vint)   (vint)
samdih	secret code (sb) 
sameih	se _ + dat. = to give oneself as (fig.) 
Samen	All Saints' Day   (fest)
samghat	meeting, gathering (sb), to come together (vint) 
samgwelbh	born of the same mother (sb & adj) 
samid	Samoyed(ic)
samkwehk	to ressemble (+ acc.; vtr) 
samkwehkia	similarity, resemblance, likeness (sb) 
samkweit	common point, similarity (sb) 
samleit- con	to go together with (fig.)   
samlik	similar, like (adj) 
samlyogh	sexual partner (sb) 
sammel	collect, muster (vtr); at the same time (adv) 
samogni	of the same lineage (adj) 
Samothrace	Samothrace   
samproauyis cousin	first cousin, full cousin   (id -is os "samproauyis" maght bihe declinen)
sampurna	consummate (adj, perfect) 
samreiss	to copy exactly, trace (vtr)
samsar	estate agent (intermediate) 
samsaria	estate agency (sb) 
samsarkhaneh	estate agent office (sb) 
samskeip con	to correspond/coincide with   
samstehm	to agree (vint) 
samstyren	self-management
samswoiner	team-mate (sb) 
samt	(set, endowed) with (adj ) 
Samuel	Samuel (npr) 
samuray	samurai
samvergen	social distancing   
sanat	artisanat (sb) 
sanbaw	to be filled (vint) 
sanctifie	sanctify
sand	sand (sb) 
sandal	sandal (sb) 
sander	zander (sb) 
sandlatte	common purlin (sb)
sandsaat	(sand) hourglass (sb) 
sanduk	trunk (coffer; sb) 
sandvehrm	mud worm ( sm ) 
sanghie	rocky, stony ( adj ) 
sangla	forfeit (in a game; sb) 
sanguine	sanguine (sb; pigment, pencil)   
sanhedrin	sanhedrin
sanicule	sanicula (sb) 
sanitar	nurse (sanitary helper, sb); sanitary (adj) 
sanitar surveillance	public health surveillance   
sank	sanction (vtr) (to enact) 
sanka	mandible (sb) 
sanscha	uneven (adj) (terrain) 
sanschan	Celestial Bodies (splu) 
santak	cuneiform (sb)   
santak	cuneiform, wedge-shaped writing (sb)
santaki	cuneiform (adj.)   
santaki	cuneiform (adj)
Santorin	Santorini   
santur	zither (sb) 
sanya	sled (sb) 
sapan	scarlet pimpernel (sb) 
sapat	old slipper (sb) 
sapounopera	soap-opera (sb) 
sappeur	sapper   
sappeur	sapper
Sappho	Sappho (npr) 
sappir	sapphire ( sb) 
sapun	soap (sb) 
sapunise	soap ( vtr ) 
saraband	sarabande (sb) 
sarach	saddler ( sb ) 
Sarah	Sarah   
sarakain	Saracen   
saranda	colander ( sb) 
saray	hall, palace (sb) 
Sarayevo	Sarajevo (npr) 
sarban	head of caravan (sb) 
sarc	to compensate (somebody)
sarcasme	sarcasm (sb) 
sarcastic	sarcastic ( adj) 
sarcen	kludge, kluge   
sarcophag	sarcophagus (sb) 
sard	Sardinian (adj , sb) 
Sardes	Sardes (npr) 
Sardigna	Sardinia ( npr ) 
sardine	sardine ( sb) 
sardonic	sardonic (adj ) 
sarige	wading pool ( sb) 
sarik	myna ( sb) 
sarkari	official (sb) 
sarong	sarong (sm ) 
sarracene	sarracen (adj & sm ) 
sarraf	money changer ( sb) 
SARS	SARS   (Severe Acut Respirator Syndrome)
sart	light red (adj) 
sarvari	Turkish baggy pants 
sask	spike ( sm )
sassanian	Sasanian 
sassar	dazed (adj) 
sassimi	sincere (adj) 
sasyo	fruit of the fields (sb) 
sat	sated (adj); enough (adv) 
Satan	Satan (npr) 
satellite	satellite
sater	chopper (sb) 
satin	satin ( sb) 
satire	satire   
satiric	satirical ( adj) 
satisfac	satisfy (vtr) 
satos	satiety, surfeit (sb) 
satrap	satrap
satrape	satrap   
saturation	saturation (sb) 
Saturn	Saturn (npr) ( planet) 
satyr	satyr (sb) 
satyric	satyric   
saub	tallow ( sb ) 
sauce	sauce (sf ) 
saudagher	trader ( sb) 
sauk	damage ( sb & vtr ) 
saukan	booby trap 
saul	single, sole ( adj ) 
saun	sound (adj.)   
saun	healthy, sound (adj) 
sauna	sauna   
sauna	sauna (sb) 
saup	rotten ( adj ) & rot (vint) 
saupsrut	wastewater   
saur	calf (of leg; sb) 
saurk	coffin (sb; for dead) 
sautee	sauté (adj) 
Sava	Sava (npr) (river of former Yugoslavia) 
savana	savanna (sb) 
savant	savant
savd	sap (sb) 
Savoya 	Savoy    
savoyard	savoyard   
Saw	Sais   
sawin	assegai (sb) 
sax	cleaver (sb) 
Saxen	Saxony
saxifrage	saxifrage (sb) 
Saxon	Saxon
saxophone	saxophone   
say	gills (splu) 
saya	sagum (sb) 
sayad	hunter (sb) 
sayang !	What a pity! ( interj ) 
sayct	says; said (past participle)
sayd	hunt (vtr & sb) 
saydban	game-keeper
sayeto	trickle (sb) (smoke , blood) 
sayg	say (vtr); sayg- prabh = to be right 
saygway	extramural 
Sayid	Said (npr); hatchetman (sb) 
saylab	flood, flooding (sb) 
saynete	theatrical sketch
sayp	fence, grid, enclosure ( sb )   (Correction pro id englisch entrat. Addihes id tarjem "fence")
sayp	grid, enclosure ( sb ) 
sayr	strolling ( sb ) 
sayran	stroll, walk (vint ) 
sayta	bristle (hair; sb) 
sayv	fierce, ferocious (adj) (wild); to rage (vint)
sayvant	canopy (building; sb) 
sbehnd	hug ( vtr ) 
sbehrd	cut ( vpr ) 
sbeud	wake ( vpr/vint ) 
sbieg	past tense of “sbieneg” 
sbieneg	gambol (vint) 
sbohnd	past tense of “sbehnd” 
sbohrd	past tense of “sbehrd” 
sbonda	something slung across the shoulder 
sbreck	bauble (sm ) 
sbrigh	past tense of “sbrinegh” 
sbrinegh	bring out ( vtr ) (a principle) 
sbud	past tense of “sbeud” 
scaben	alderman (sb) 
scafold	scaffold (sb) 
scal	(& scala) = scale (sb) 
scaliktissad	(sing.) = economies of scale
scalmodel	scale model   
scalp	scalp (sb) 
scamia	(low) stool   
scandal	scandal (sb) 
scandaleus	scandalous (adj) 
scandalise	scandalize ( vtr ) 
scandire	to scan, to chant   
scanne	to scan (vtr; image)   
scanner	scanner   
scanner	scanner (sb)
scapada	escapade (sb) 
scarlat	scarlet (adj ) 
scarlatine	scarlet fever (sb) 
scarmusch	skirmish (sb) 
scatule	box ( sb) 
scauba	stud, crampon (sb) 
scaur	clubfooted   
scenario	scenario, plot   
scenariste	scriptwriter, scenarist   
scepter	scepter (sb) 
scetil	bowl (sb) 
scha	hush (interj !) 
Schaam	Greater Syria
schab	kid (sb) 
schabak	xebec (sb) 
schabaki	Shabak(i)
schabasch	tip (money; sb) 
schabender	harbourmaster (sb) 
schabenderkhaneh	harbourmaster's office
schablon	pattern (sb); cliché (sb) (fig) 
schabout	Atlantic pomfret, ray bream (sb) 
schabrack	saddle mat (sb) 
Schabtay Zvi	Sabbatai Zevi 
schadab	verdant (adj) 
schadravan	water jet (sb) 
schaduff	shadoof, shaduf   
schaecheing	range, scope (sb) 
schaentay	prune (vtr) pruning (sb) 
schaenziu	fan (to move air; sb) 
schaffel	keg (sb) 
schag	shag (tobacco)   
schaghian	sandstone (sb) 
schaghird	apprentice (sb) 
Schah	Shah (sb) 
Schah-Nameh	Shahnameh (sb) 
schahadat	shahada
schahide	witness (sb & vtr); Schahide os Jehovah = Jehovah's Witness
schahidia	testimony (sb) 
schahin	peregrine falcon
schajra	isolated tree (sb) 
schak	mesh, stitch (sb)
schakel	link (of chain, sb) dial (vtr) 
schakenmreja	gillnet   
schakh	chess (sb) 
schakhmat	checkmate 
schakht	shaft (mine, sb) 
schakhwa	sensual pleasure ( sb) 
schakhwani	voluptuous (adj ) 
schakhwat	lust
schaki	plaintive (adj) 
schakir	grateful ( adj) 
schakwa	grief (sf ) 
schal	shawl (sb) 
schalasch	shelter (sb) 
schalk	servant ( sb) 
schalt	to switch (on; vtr) 
schalter	on-off switch (sb) 
schaltpult	switchboard (sb)
scham	shame (sb) 
schama	candle (sb; religious) 
schamandura	sea mark buoy (sb) 
schamar	slap (sb & vtr) 
schamdan	candlestick (sb) 
Schameri	Samaritan (adj & sb; ethnic group)
schamlia	shawm (sb) 
schampu	shampoo   
schang	percussion instrument (sb) 
schangdar	drummer (jazz, rock)   
schangdien	shrine (sb) 
Schanghay	Shangai (npr) 
schangtakim	drum kit   
schanta	lunchbag (sb) 
schap	foot-and-mouth disease (sb) 
scharab	drink, beverage (sb); sip (vtr) 
scharara	foolish remark/action (sb)
schararakar	maker of foolishness 
scharf	scarf (sb) 
scharia	Sharia (sb) 
schariban	(sing.) = whiskers
scharife	sharif   
scharike	accomplice (adj & sb) (partner) 
scharir	malicious (adj) 
schark	East, Levant (direction; sb) 
scharlagan	sesame oil (sb) 
schaschev	mad, touched, cracked (adj) 
schater	tent pavilion (sb) 
schaungzan	disable (vtr ) 
Schawl	Saul (npr) 
schawngdan	get discouraged ( vpr ) 
schawngwo	noon (sb) 
schawxwen	momentarily ( adv ) 
schayak	coarse wool cloth 
schaykan	bond, debenture (sb) 
schaykh	sheikh
schebeck	female monkey (sb) 
scheffel	grain loading hopper (sb) 
scheffer	manager, estate steward (sb) 
Scheherazade	Scheherazade   
Scheherazade	Scheherazade
schehnk	give, pour, pay (vtr) 
scheigjian	the World (religion, sb) 
scheild	+ acc. = to shield (vtr ) 
scheingji	spermatazoon ( sb) 
scheischaung	here below 
scheisouk	trend (fig. fashion; sb) 
scheiss	shit (vtr) 
scheiv	to shift (vtr)   
schekel	shekel (sb)
schekhi	boast, boastfulness (sb) 
Schem	Shem (npr) 
schema	diagram, pattern (sb) 
schemi	Semite, Semitic
schen	blaze (sb) 
schengkjien	prejudice, bia (sb) 
schenouse	love-in-a-mist, nigella damascena (flower, sb) 
scherdenn	abomasum (sb) 
scherif	sheriff   
scherz	joke ( sb) 
schetrak	rustyback, ceterach officinarum (sb) 
scheuffel	shuffle (vtr ) (cards) 
scheykhwayghian	limestone (sb)
-schi	too, likewise (enclitic suffix; from "yaschi") 
schiau	tide (sb); to break (like a wave, vint) 
schiaubar	tidal bore
schiaupadwl	tide pond (sb) 
schiawkien	erase (vtr ) 
schib	(window) pane ( sb) 
schiber	cursor ( sb) ( tech. ) 
schiboy	wallflower (sb) 
schibtierg	windschield wiper (sb) 
schicane	chicane (sb) 
schicanire	quibble ( vtr ) 
schid	(paper) sheet (sb) 
schiday	humid climate zone (sb) 
schiekel	past tense of “schakel” 
schielt	past tense of “schalt” 
schieta	plaice (sb ) 
schifa	healing ( sb ) 
schifakhaneh	house of healing ( sb) 
schifra	honing iron (sb) 
schift	shift (sb, move)   
schigiowng	order of things 
schiieu	past tense of “schau” 
schija	envoy(ee) ( sb) 
schijang	débouché (market)   
schikay	complain ( vint); complaint (sb) 
schikergah	preserve (sb)
schikht	layer (sb) (vein) 
Schikiperia	Albania (npr) 
schikwan	laboratory cylinder (sb) 
schild	shield; sign, notice (sb); past tense of “scheild” 
schildmaid	shieldmaiden ( sb) 
schildvolcan	(& schildvolcano) = shield volcano (sb) 
schimmel	go mouldy (vint) 
schimmer	shimmer ( vtr ) 
schindel	(& schindule) = shingle ( sb ) 
schinghay	attack, blow, infringement (sb) 
schip	skiff
Schirase	Shiraz (npr) 
schirite	braid (sb) 
schirk	rag (sb) 
schirkat	partnership (for the common good; sb) 
schirm	screen (sb, for hiding, protection) 
schischee	demijohn, carboy (sb) 
schischmav	plump, podgy, chubby (adj) 
schisme	schism
schiss	past tense of “scheiss” 
schitajiki	pencilboard (sb) 
schiya	shia (Islam, sb) 
schiyi	shi'ite
schiyong	used (adj) 
schizophrenia	schizophrenia   
schizophrenic	schizophrenic   
schkaf	cupboard (sb) 
schkembeh	tripe (sb) 
schkip	Albanian (adj ) 
schkoda	blaze, disaster ( sb) 
schlagbaum	mobile fence 
schlakhsana	whipped cream ( sb)) 
schleiv	polish ( vtr ) 
schlesser	locksmith ( sb) 
schliv	past tense of “schleiv” 
Schlonsk	Silesia ( npr ) 
schnicel	sirloin steak (sb) 
schnur	string, thread, lace (sb) 
schnurbaut	heavy duty boot (sb) 
schnurceramique	corded ware   
schnurpupp	string puppet   
Schoah	Shoah (npr) 
schock	shock (sb) 
schofar	shofar (sb) 
schoft	shophet
schogun	shogun 
Schomron	Samaria (npr)
Schomroni	Samaritan (pertaining to Samaria) (adj & sb)
schop	shop (sb) 
schoppen	tankard (that can contain the equivalent of an imperial pint)
schorf	dry stone wall (sb) 
schort	( splu ) = shorts (splu) 
Schostakovich	Shostakovich   
schou	shoe (sb) 
Schoumer	Sumer ( npr ) 
schoumri	Sumerian ( adj. & sb) 
schouner	schooner   
schoupleus	artificial swimfin (sb) 
schoutor	shoemaker ( sb) 
schowbey	equipment ( sb), equip (vtr) 
schowi	therefore 
schowngjighian	retinitis (sb) 
schpeck	(streaky) bacon (sb) 
schpross	mullion (sb) 
schram	scar ( sb) 
schrank	tiny room, recess (sb) 
schraud	shroud (ship; sb) 
schrehnk	shrink (vint) 
schreink	shrink (vtr)
schrift	font (sb) 
schrill	shrill (adj) 
schrohnk	past tense of “schrehnk” 
schrot	scrap iron (sb) 
schrub	helix (sb) (form) 
schtab	staff (head of an army)
schtabbertor	bâtonnier ( sb) 
schtecker	electric plug (sb) 
schtender	rack (sb)
schteukel	to divide up (vtr) 
schteurm	+ acc. = to storm (attack; sb) 
schtoss	move, blow (game; sb) 
schtraf	punishment, penalty (sb) 
schtuk	bit, piece (sb) 
schturm	assault ( sb); past tense of “schteurm” 
schturmbunduk	assault rifle   
schuffel	past tense of “scheuffel” 
schughev	seedy (adj ) 
schuidien	rice field ( sb) 
schuifan	to exemplify 
Schulammit	Shulammite ( npr ) 
schumwl	coverage (fig ) 
schun	crack (of skin; sb) 
schungjin	magnificent ( adj) 
schupa	implement shed (sb) 
schut	hornless (adj ) 
schvabra	scrubber (brush)   
schvorce	breastplate (sb) 
Schweiz	Switzerland (npr) 
schweizer	Swiss (adj & sb) 
schwenkjiauschi	missionary (sb) 
schynka	ham (sb) 
sciatique	sciatica (sb) 
science	science (sb) 
scientific	scientific (adj) 
scientisme	scientism
scind	present tense base of “scinesd” 
scinesd	split, cut (vtr ) 
scintigraphia	scintigraphy   
Sciron	Sciron   
sciss	past participle & past tense of “scinesd” 
sclav	slave (adj & sb) 
sclaventajir	slave trader (sb) 
sclaverie	slavery (sb) 
sclera	sclera   
scleren	shrivel (vtr ) 
sclerotique	sclera   
sclos	clos, small castle (sb) 
sclud	door lock (sb) 
sclus	lock (for water transport; sb) 
scobies	elderberry ( sb) 
scol	school (sb) 
scolass	to find a way how to 
scolastique	scholasticism (sb) 
scollation	school meal, school lunch   
scolnote	(school) mark (sb) 
scoltabelle	school report (sb) 
scomber	trash (sb) 
scop	scope (sb) 
score	score (sb; amount of points)
scoria	slag (sb) 
scorpion	scorpion (sb ) 
scoup	scoop (news, sb) 
scouter	scooter
scovard	pancake ( sb) 
screhsc	to ressurect, rise (from death) (vint) 
screisc	to ressurect, raise (a dead) (vtr) 
screuv	to screw
scrib	write (vtr) 
scribe	scribe (sb) 
scribel	scribble ( vtr ) 
scribmachine	typewriter (sb) 
scribtable	desk (sb) 
scricit	(he/she/it) screamed
scrie	scream (vint) 
scrin	jewel case, casket (sb) 
scrining	screening (against disease)
scriptor	writer (sb) 
scriptural monete	scriptural monete
Scripture	(Holy) Scripture 
scrobila	starch paste ( sb ) 
scrock	hull (ship; sb) 
scrotum	scrotum   
scrupule	scruple ( sb ) 
scrute	to peer into 
scrutin	ballot, polling
scruv	screw (sb); past tense of "screuv"
scruvcleich	wrench, spanner   
scruvwehrt	screwdriver (sb) 
sculp	sculpt ( vtr ) 
sculpture	sculpture (sb) 
scura	blind (for windows; sb) 
scurfer	scurvy (sb) 
scurr	scour (vtr; to roam a place for hunting, plundering...)
scuss	past tense & past participle of "scutt"; jerk, jolt, tug, shaking (sb)
scutt	shake (vtr) 
Scylla	Scylla (sb)
sdehrkos	dung (sb) 
sdu	to take off (a garment) 
se	oneself 
se contente	med = to content oneself with 
se deteriore	deteriorate (vint) 
se elan	to dash, to hurl oneself 
se enlieubh	in/med = to fall in love with 
se enneus	to shove one's nose 
se evad	to escape (from jail) 
se fallsisen	slump (vint) 
se forakwten	protie(v) / contra = to set oneself against 
se forilay	giggle (vint) 
se forkhayal	fantasize (vintr.)   
se forkheuld	to get a chill (vint) 
se forprehp	to fail, malfunction
se forsorb	to choke (vint) 
se kinew	to thrash about 
se kiw	past tense of “se kinew” 
se lamente	moan (vint) 
se perimedven	get high, get stoned (! vintr., to intoxicate oneself with drugs or other substances)   
se persteiv	to dig one's heels in 
se precipite	rush (vint) 
se promene	to have a walk (vx) 
se refer	ad [rëfEr] = to refer to 
se resigne	to give in, to resign 
se sehnd	to force one's way 
se speud	hurry up (vint) 
se streubh	to struggle (to free oneself) 
se trabe	stumble (vint) 
seance	session, performance ( sb) 
sebum	sebum   
secant	intersecting (adj ) 
secator	(sing) = loppers (splu) 
secka	mint (office; sb) 
second	second (adj ) 
secret	( secrèt ) = secret (adj. & sb); to secrete (vtr) 
secretaire	writing desk, secretaire (sb) 
secretar	secretary (sb); secretar-general = secretary-general
secretariat	secretariat (sb)
secretion	secretion (sb) 
secte	sect (sb) 
section	section   
sectoral	sectoral   
secular stagnation	secular stagnation
secularisme	secularism   
secule	century (sb) 
secundar ieus	secundary law   (EU)
secundar ieus	secondary law (EU)
secunde	secund (time unit; sb) 
securitat	security, safety (sb) 
securitisation	securitization (finance, sb)
secwr	axe (sb; tool, weapon) 
sedative	sedative (adj, sb) 
sedd	seat (sb); sit (vint) 
seddapos	gluteal fold   
seddel	saddle (sb) 
seddos	basis, assize
seddwerwn	seatbelt (sb) 
sedef	mussel (sb) 
sediment	sediment
seduc	seduce (vtr)
sefarat	diplomatic mission (sb) 
seg	(to) saw   
seg	cut ( vtr ) 
segdel	handle (of plough; sb) 
segel	sickle ( sb) 
segetal	cereal (adj ) 
segheitel	handle (of ard; sb) 
seghel	sail (sb & vint) 
seghelbaurd	windsurf ( sb) 
segler	sailing ship (sb) 
segment	ring (ex: mechanics)   
segmurm	atta (ant)   
seh	sow ( vtr ) 
sehat	correctness (sb) 
sehgn	dream, muse over (vint) 
sehgvreimos	nursery rhyme (sb)
sehkw	follow (vtr) 
sehkwmen	follow-up (sb)   
sehl	win, achieve (a victory, a prize, sb) 
sehlk	drag, tril along (vtr) 
sehlkter	coulter, colter (agriculture)   
sehnd	opening (breakthrough; sb)
sehnder	make clots , concretions (liquid, vint) 
sehngv	sing (vtr) 
sehnk	sink (vint) 
sehnkseid	vertical ( adj) 
sehr	squeeze, clench (vtr) 
sehrg	blood (sb) 
sehrg transfusion	blood transfusion (sb) 
sehrgkwehlen	circulatory system (sb) 
sehrglasni	bloodthirsty (adj) 
sehrgstriht	(& sehrgstrihn) = bloodshot (adj) 
sehrgsuker	blood sugar
sei	if ( conj ) ( assumption ) 
seid	straight (adj) 
seikw	spill ( vpr ) 
seil	rope (sb) 
Seilenos	Silenus (npr)
sein	hay (sb) 
seina	seine (sb) 
seink	sink (vtr ) 
seinkholt	hay fever (sb) 
seise	huntsman (sb) 
seismologia	seismology   
seit	wire-mesh (sb) 
seit	rake (vtr ) 
seitos	wire-fencing (sb) 
seituva	water hole 
seiz	seize (vtr) 
seizen	boarding (sb) 
sekelat	woolen garment (sb) 
sekia	kid (sb) 
sekway	aftermath (of a wound, a disease)
sekwent	following, according to 
sekwos	following (prep) 
Selchuk	Seljuk   
seld	herring ( sb) 
selderei	celery (sb ) 
selective reuyden	selective logging (sb) 
seleg	to select   
seleg	{sëlEg} = to select 
sell	good (contra-evil), blest (adj. & sb) 
sellamat	hello ! (general greeting formula); to greet
sellgumt	welcome (sb) 
sellgwehm	to welcome (sb)
sellhelm	caul, cowl (piece of membrane that can cover a newborn's head and face)   
selp	fat, grease (sb) 
sem	some (adj) 
semanghen	someone
semantique	semantics
Semele	Semele (npr) 
semen	seed (sb) 
semianhaingher	semi-trailer (sb) 
semikehmber	semicircular arch (sb) 
seminar	seminar (sb) 
semiologia	semiology   
semiologia	semiology (sb)
semject	something 
semolin	semolina   
semper	always (adj) 
semquis	someone (singular masculine nominatif)
sena	senna (sb) 
Seneca	Seneca ( npr ) 
senecion	groundsel (sb) 
Senegal	Senegal (npr) 
seni	separately   
seni	apart, separately (adv) 
senil	senile (adj ) 
senn	(& sennmat) = alp ( sb) 
sensation	sensation (sb) 
sensational	sensational
senschalk	seneschal (sb) 
sense	sense (sb) 
sensorial systeme	sensor systeme (sb) 
senst	last ( adj) 
Sensto Judcement	Last Judgement (sb ) 
sensual	sensual ( adj) 
sententieus	pompous ( adj) 
senter	latter (adj) 
sentient	sentient (adj.)   
sentiment	sentiment
Seoul	Seoul (npr) 
sepal	sepal (sb) 
separe	separate ( vtr ) 
sepeul	+ acc. = render the last homage to 
sepit	grain of wheat (sb) 
sept	(& septa) = seven (num) 
september	September (sb) 
septen kehlderndans	dance of the seven veils 
septentrion	septentrion (sb) 
septic podin	septic tank ( sb) 
sepulker	sepulchre ( sb) 
sepulkral	sepulchral   
sepulture	burial place (sb) 
sequelle	sequel   (wehrg)
sequence	sequence (mathematics)   
sequencen	sequencing   
sequester	receiver(ship) (of the assets of a debtor)
ser	seriously (adv; when refering to injuries) 
seraphin	seraph   
seray	citronella (sb) 
serb	Serbian (adj. & sb) 
serbese	bold (adj) 
serbesia	boldness (sb) 
Serbia	Serbia (npr) 
serenade	serenade (sb) 
serene	serene ( adj ) 
Serenyu	Erinys    (oraryo nam)
serf	serf (sb) 
serfdem	serfdom (sb) 
serge	serge (sb) (cloth) 
sergeant	sergeant (sb) 
sergugi	small plume (sb) 
serial	serial (noun)   (hol ios irsalen "serie")
serial	(TV, radio) serial (sb); serial port = serial port
serialisme	serialism   
serie	series (sb) 
serietat	seriousness ( sb ) 
serieus	serious (adj) 
serigraphia	screen printing   
serkwen	corner of the mouth (sb) 
sermon	sermon ( sb) 
Sermon ep id Mont	Sermon on the Mount 
seropositive	seropositive
serp	sickle (sb) 
serpcellen siuge	sickle cell disease   
serpent	serpent, snake (sb) 
serpentin	serpentine (adj); streamer (sb) 
sert	late (in time; adj) 
sertan	sertão   
serter	later (in time; adj & adv)
serve	serve (vtr; including tennis) 
servent xeimen	servent estate   
server	server   (Generic werd, ne tik pro informatique)
service	service ( sb) 
service-station	service-station ( sb) 
serviet	napkin (sb) 
servile	servile ( adj ) 
servitude	servitude, easement (sb) 
servus !	at your service ! 
ses	to be, being (sb) 
sesgwesmen	extinct (volcano)
sess	sat (past tense & past participle) 
sessiet	(he/she/it) will be 
session	session (sitting, sb) 
seswo	oneself
setar	white bridal veil 
Seth	Seth (npr) 
Sethi	Seti (npr) 
setus	pregnancy ( sb) 
seucla	beet-root ( sb) 
seug	suck ( vtr ) 
seugpapier	blotter ( sb) 
seugraudh	haustorium   
seul	found (vtr ) 
seup	booze (vint) 
seurc	gush (vint) 
seurf	to surf (vint) 
seut	soothe (vtr) 
seuw	to impulse, give rise to (vtr)
seuy	rain (sb & vint) 
seuyjaquet	(& seuymantel) = raincoat (sb) 
Sevastopoli	Sevastopol
Seville	Seville (npr) 
sexe	sex (sb) 
sexe scandal	sex scandal (sb) 
sexe-bombe	sex-bomb (attractive woman)   
sextant	sextant (sb) 
sextar	sixth (measure; sb)
sexual act	sexual act 
seyf	strongbox (sb) 
sfall	err (vpr) 
sfaradi	Sephardi
sfud	skewer (sb) 
sgill 	(to) seal (wax)   (nomen & verb)
sgwen	present tense base of “sgwesen” 
sgwesdel	candle extinguisher (sb)
sgwesen	to go out (light), to switch off   
sgwesen	to turn / switch off, to extinguish 
sgwesspoim	dry ice (for extinctor)
shagal	jackal (sb) 
shamyu	shark (sb) 
shangsu	constant (sb)
shayad	probably (adv) 
sheinkhoadan	flare (sb) 
shiakali	boswellia sacra (sb) 
shibboleth	shibboleth (sb) 
shienciu	overgrown ( adj ) 
shienrlin	(sing) = woods ( splu ) 
shinan	contraption (sb) 
Shinto	Shinto (npr) 
Shiva	Shiva (npr) 
shortstop	shortstop (sb) 
shraman	shaman ( sb) 
shuibaen	fountain basin, weathering pit 
shuirlien	water lily ( sb) 
shuitow	chickenpox (sb) 
si	“yes” to a negative response 
Siam	Siam
siamese	siamese
siav	bay (horse; adj) 
sib	to oneself 
sibakin	crack (vtr ) 
sibia	relationship, feature (sb) 
Sibiria	Siberia (npr) 
sibiriak	Siberian
siblautel	self-interested   
siblautel	self-interested
sibylle	sibyl   
sicar	hitman (sb) 
sicbaj	marinade (sb) 
Sicilia	Sicily (npr) 
sicilian	Sicilian (adj & sb) 
sicurance	insurance ( sb) 
sicure	insure (vtr) 
sidarat	presidency of the council 
Side	Side (npr) 
side-car	side-car (sb) 
sider	iron (sb) 
Sidon	Sidon (npr)
siec	past tense of “sac” 
siefer	past tense of “safer” 
siege	siege
siegestand	state of siege
sielg	past tense of “salg” 
sielv	past tense of “salv” 
siemmel	past tense of “sammel” 
sien	one's 
sienk	past tense of “sank” 
sierc	past tense of "sarc"
sies	thou wilt / you will; to have a snooze/nap/siesta (vint) 
siesta	siesta (sb) 
sieug	ill (adj) 
sieughehlper	health care aide (sb)
sieuk	past tense of “sauk” 
sieune	health (sb); sieune-sicurance = sickness-insurance 
Sieune !	Bless You ! (to someone who has just sneezed) 
sieup	past tense of “saup” 
sieyd	past tense of “sayd” 
sieyg	said (past tense) 
sigh	victory (sb) 
sigil	sigil (sb) 
sigle	logogram (sb) 
signal	signal (sb) 
signatar	signatory ( adj , sb) 
signature	signature ( sb) 
signe	sign (vtr & sb) 
signet	signet (ring)
significant	significant (adj) 
sigwr	assert (vtr) 
sigwra	definitely, surely (adv) 
sigwring	fuse link (elect., sb)
sik	whitefish (sb) 
sikhisme	sikhism (sb) 
sikhtir !	out! ( interj ) 
sikw	past tense of “sinekw” or “seikw” 
silah	armed force ( sb) 
sildbwr	silver coin 
Sileimanie	Sulaymaniyah
silence	silence (sb) 
silent	silent (adj) 
silenter	muffler (US, CA), silencer (UK) (car, motorcycl)   
silhouette	silhouette (sb) 
silicium	silicon (chemical element ; sb) 
silk	silk ( sb) 
sill	seal (animal, sb ) 
sillew nov yar !	happy new year ! 
silo	silo
Siloah	Siloam (npr; Bible)
silur	catfish (sb) 
sim	flat (nose; adj)
siman	edge, ridge (sb) 
simbva	large wildcat (sb) 
Simeon	Simeon (npr) 
similar	similar (adj) 
simili	(adj) = imitation (adj) 
similigravure	autotypy   
similitude	similarity (sb) 
simitar	scimitar (sb) 
simple	simple (adj) 
simple reul os tri	simple rule of three   
simpliste	simplistic
simulacre	travesty, mockery   
simule	+ acc. = pretend (vtr) 
sin-	present tense base of “sisen” 
Sinay	Sinai (npr)
sincere	sincere (adj) 
sindon	silk brocade ( sb) 
sindu	border river 
sinecure	sinecure (sb) 
sinekw	dump, pour out ( vtr ) 
sinep	mustard (sb) 
sinepgas	mustard gas
sinf	corporation, guildhall 
Singapura	Singapore (np) 
singkong	cassava (sb) 
singular	singular (adj, sb) 
singule	single (unique, isolated; adj)
sinhala	sinhalese
sinister	sinister (adj) 
sink	past tense of “seink” 
sino-tupeudi	Sino-Tibetan
sinsar	lizard (sb) 
sinuatrial	sinusal   
sinueus	serpentine ( adj) 
sinus	sine   
siougye	to relapse (disease)   
sioul	thread (sb) 
sioulskau	threadbare ( adj) 
siour	wife's brother (sb) 
siphon	siphon (sb) 
sirat	moral (of a story; sb) 
sirdab	oubliette (sb) 
sirdak	felt quilt (sb) 
sirdar	Commander in Chief 
Sire	Sire (sb) 
sirene	siren (sb) 
sirma	thread of gold 
sirop	syrup ( sb ) 
sirr	reserve (personal discretion; sb) 
sirri	secretive (adj) 
sisen	to let (+ verb)   
sisen	to let to + verb 
sislew	advantageous, beneficial ( adj ) 
Sisyph	Sisyphus   
sit	past tense of “seit” 
sitara	brick partition (sb) 
sitla	well bucket 
sits	cereal ( sb) 
sitsit	gossip (sb) 
situation	situation (sf)
siudel	awl (sb; for sewing) 
siuge	illness (sb) 
siuk	dry (adj) 
six	six (num) 
Sixtin Capelle	Sistine Chapel   
siyassa	policy (sb
siz	past tense of “seiz” 
Skaane	Scania   
skabh	scrape ( vtr ) 
skac	jump, leap, somersault (vint & sb) 
skadh	shadow (sb) 
skadhnet	shade cloth, shade net   
skal	to declaim   (nov maynen, mathalan pro un poem)
skal	(voice) shout (sb) 
skalm	thole-pin (sb) 
skalop	colchicum ( sb) 
skamb	bent (adj ) 
skamb	turning point, bend (sb) 
skand	jump (vint ) 
skandbaurd	springboard   
skap	scape (botany)   
skap	escape (vtr), to depart from 
skapbock	scapegoat
skaphander	standard diving dress, hard-hat, copper hat equipment, heavy gear   
skapologia	escapology (sb) 
skapstar	shooting star (sb) 
skar	bedsore (sb) 
skarp	scarp (sb); steep (adj), sharp, cutting (fig, adj) 
skarpen	sharpen (vtr) 
skarpstrehler	marksman (sb)
skarpwn	steep rock 
skat	ray (fish, sb) 
skater	to scatter, display, unfold 
skatert	tablecloth (sb) 
skau	show ( sb) 
skau	make see, show (vtr) 
skaun	remarkable (adj ) 
skaurnt	shit (sb) 
skaut	cattle, stock (sb) 
skaut guardia	stock grid, krud knocker (AU), vehicle pass, Texas gate (USA/CA), cattle guard, stock gap (USA), cattle grid, pit gate (CA), cattle stop (NZ)   
skav	dig (vtr) 
skayv	awkward, clumsy (adj) 
skedh	past tense of “skenedh” 
skehd	scatter ( vint) 
skehlp	peel (vtr ) 
skehn	skin (vtr ) 
skehpt	wait for ( vtr ) 
skehpteina	waiting room
skehptschalasch	bus stop shelter
skehptton	dial tone (sb) 
skehr	shear ( vtr ) 
skehrd	stunt ( vtr ) 
Skehrwn	Cronus   (oraryo nam)
skehrz	cut ( vtr ) 
skehth	+ acc. = to be harmful to, to do damage to 
skeip	shape (sb & vtr); loom (vint) 
skeirsmeih	simper ( vtr ) 
skeiryeusa	bracing (architecture, sb) 
skeletic	skeletal ( adj) 
skeletocleich	master key 
skeletum	skeleton ( sb) 
skelia	wing dam, jetty, boom (sb) 
skelm	rascal (sb) 
skelmic	naughty (erotic)   
skenedh	scatter (vtr ) 
skeng	oblique ( adj ) 
skengokwi	slanted eyes 
skept	late (with delay; adj) 
skeptic	skeptical (adj) 
skepticisme	skepticism
skermen	graze (wound, sb) 
sketh	damage (sb) 
skeud	sulk (vintr.)   (Tod est un ubnuwen (addition!) pro id sambahsa werd “skeud”)
skeud	cantankerous, sullen, dull, morose (adj ) 
skeul	(see Grammar) = to be obliged to, ought to 
skeulk	hide (vint) 
skeulkic	deceitful (adj ) 
skeulos	criminal liability, guilt (sb) 
skeulost	villain (adj & sb) 
skeum	skim ( vtr / vint ) 
skeup	scoop ( vtr ) 
skhal	euphorbia ( sb) 
ski	ski (sb & vint) 
skibehnden	ski binding (sb) 
skibh	past tense of “skimebh” 
skider	sparse ( adj) 
skidereih	op off (agriculture)   
skiec	past tense of “skac” 
skiedisk	touchy ( adj ) 
skiend	past tense of “skand” 
skiep	past tense of “skap” 
skieter	past tense of “skater” 
skieu	past tense of “skau” 
skiev	past tense of “skav” 
skilida	clove garlic (sb) 
skilift	platter lift (sb) 
skimbel	limp, hobble (vint) 
skimbher	lame, wobbly, shaky ( adj , sb) 
skimebh	limp, wobble (vint) 
skinhedd	skinhead ( sb) 
skink	femur ( sb) 
skip	past tense of “skeip” 
skipper	skipper (sb) 
skirp	blade of grass 
skizze	sketch (drawing, beginning; vtr & sb) 
sklad	unload (vtr ); to take off (a garment); storage 
skladretrehv	storage & retrieval
skohd	past tense of “skehd” 
skohlp	past tense of “skehlp” 
skohn	past tense of “skehn” 
skohpt	past tense of “skehpt” 
skohr	past tense of “skehr” 
skohrd	past tense of “skehrd” 
skohrz	past tense of “skehrz” 
skohth	past tense of “skehth” 
skoip	in the image of   (prep.)
skolfa	temple (on head; sb) 
skolig	puppy (young dog)
skolm	gladius, swerd (sb) 
skolt	subscription (private paying, as in a club)   (nov maynen)
skolt	scot, share ( sb) 
skoperd	spinning top (sb) 
skoptic	mocking (adj ) 
skord	pan   
skot	sheet (of sail) (sb) 
skoyu	tibia ( sb) 
skrehb	scrape, scratch ( vtr ) 
skrehbdel	squeegee, squilgee   
skrehmb	shrivel up, wrinkle (vint) 
skremeb	to get smaller/shorter (vint)
skrobh	hornbeam (sb) 
skrohmb	past tense of “skrehmb” 
skul	past tense of “skeul” 
skulk	scout, explorer (sb); past tense of “skeulk” 
skult	tort, obligation, debt 
skum	foam, scum ( sb); past tense of “skeum” 
skup	past tense of “skeup” 
skweiter	to give a picture of   
skweiter	to give a picture of
skwoit	drive (computer, sb)   
skyth	Scythian (adj. & sb) 
skyur	rack (sb) 
slab	weak (adj) 
slabpoint	weak point (sb) 
slahem	slam (vtr) 
slalom	slalom (sb) 
slamm	mud ( sb) 
slampic	untidy ( adj) 
slanc	slender, slim (adj ) 
slangh	flexible pipe 
slasch	slash (punctuation)   
slav	Slavic ( adj , sb) 
Slavonia	Slavonia ( npr ) 
slebh	past tense of “slemebh” 
slehmber	relax (vint , ex . ties ) 
slehmbert !	stand at ease ! 
slehnger	creeper (plant, sb) 
slehnk	rewind ( vint ) 
sleib	sticky (adj) 
sleibic	gummy, sticky (adj ) 
sleid	to slide 
sleid-axetehler	plain bearing, solid bearing, friction bearing   
sleidschou	iceskate (sb)
sleim	file (tool, sb) 
sleingher	to roll (vessel)
sleit	to pass away (vint; to die)
sleiv	to smooth (vtr) 
slemb	loose, flabby ( adj ) 
slembos	loose space (mechanics)   
slemebh	let go off (vtr ) 
sleu	release ( vtr ) 
sleub	shirk ( vint) 
sleuber	skid (vint) 
sleubric	slippery (adj) 
sleuct	sob ( vtr ) 
sleur	trigger (vtr ) 
sleur- id WC-speuler	to flush the toilet   
sleurviel	tripwire   
sli	plum-tree   
slid	past tense of “sleid” 
sliep	haggard ( adj ) 
sligon	mattock (sb) 
slingher	rolling (ships, sb) 
slip	(sing) = underpants (splu) 
slitt	sleigh, sledge (sb) 
sliv	smooth (adj ) 
sliv blahmen	smooth breathing (Greek)   
slogan	slogan   
slohmber	past tense of “slehmber” 
slohnk	past tense of “slehnk” 
sloikw	pupil of eye 
slosk	slush (sb)
slot	sleet (sb) 
sloug	servant (sb) 
slougek	attendant, employee (sb) 
sloup	sloop (sb) 
slovene	Slovene
slu	past tense of “sleu” 
slub	past tense of “sleub” 
sluber	past tense of “sleuber” 
sluct	past tense of “sleuct” 
slung	sip, gulp (sb) 
slur	past tense of “(oi)sleur” 
smad	let's 
smag	savour (vtr) 
smagu	tasty (adj) 
smal	bad, poor (adj) 
smalt	smalt (sb) 
smantan	cream (from milk, sb) 
smantel	chuckle, giggle (vint) 
smaragd	emerald (sb) 
smartphone	smartphone   
smauk	fig (sb) 
smauk	+ acc. = to feast on 
smauter	to watch (ex : TV, movie; vtr) 
smauterquote (sing)	TV ratings (splu) 
sme	(+ verb in the present tense with past value) = once upon a time; SME = "Smulk ed medya entreprises"
-smee	enclitic, especially after a personal pronoun : precisely, in particular
smehg	to have a taste (vint) 
smehld	to (s)melt 
smehrk	stink (vint) 
smeih	smile (vint & sb) 
smeik	crumb ( of bread) 
smeil	to chisel (vtr) 
smeilige	smiley ( sb) 
smel	small animal (sb) 
smeru	(& smeur) = fat (sb) 
smeu	wet   
smeu	wet ( adj & vtr); dribble, drip (vint) 
smeug	smoke (vtr ) (food ) 
smeugallin	sissy (fig ) 
smeughel	smuggle (sb & vtr) 
smeugler	smuggler (sb) 
smeuk	shiny (like wet; adj) 
smieg	past tense of “smag” 
smiegd	frail (adj ) 
smientel	past tense of “smantel” 
smieuk	past tense of “smauk” 
smieuter	past tense of “smauter” 
smih	past tense of “smeih” 
smil	chisel of sculptor (sb); past tense of “smeil” 
smilax	rough bindweed ( sb) 
smitt	smite, chuck out (vtr) 
smohg	past tense of “smehg” 
smohld	past tense of “smehld” 
smohrk	past tense of “smehrk” 
smoking	tuxedo   
smokru	goatee (sb) 
smu	past tense of “smeu” 
smuc	past tense of “smunec” 
smug	past tense of “smeug” 
smughel	past tense of “smeughel” 
smulk	small ( adj) 
smulker-pold	lowercase   
smunec	to blow one's nose 
smures semanghens pam	fig. for “to bribe someone”. 
smyehr	share ( vtr ) ( take part in ) 
smyehrdeil	share ( sb) 
smyehrfinancen	crowdfunding   
smyohr	past tense of “smyehr” 
smyrn	myrrh (sb) 
Smyrna	Smyrna
snah	swim (vint) 
snahglegules	swim goggles   (plural nomen in Sambahsa)
snahmayster	lifeguard (for swimming) 
snahslip	swim briefs   
snahwensti	swimbladder
snap	beak (sb); snap (vtr) 
snapel	spout (vint) 
snapphoto	snapshot (sb)
snarc	snore (vint) 
snas	muzzle (sb) 
snayper	sniper (sb) 
snayu	tendon, sinew (sb) 
snehg	sneak (vpr) 
snehwrnt	noose (sb)
sneif	sniff (vtr); sneif- tabak = to take snuff
sneig	stick (into, vtr) 
sneigv	snow (sb & vint) 
Sneigvalba	Snow White ( npr ) 
sneigvbaurd	snowboard 
sneigvdrift	snowdrift (sb) 
sneigvmensc	snowman (sb) 
sneigvoivs	(splu) = floating island (sing) (cooking) 
sneigvter	snowdrop (flower; sb) 
sneit	curtail (vtr) 
sneud	doze (vint); sluggish, sleepy
sneup	puff, to be breathless (vint) 
sneurd	purr (vint) 
snidan	breakfast (sb) 
sniep	past tense of “snap” 
sniepe	woodcock (sb) 
sniepel	past tense of “snapel” 
snierc	past tense of “snarc” 
snif	past tense of “sneif” 
snig	past tense of “sneig”
snigun	mucus of the nose 
snigv	past tense of “sneigv” 
snit	past tense of “sneit” 
snob	snob   
snohg	past tense of “snehg” 
Snohgos	the Serpent (npr) 
snub	past tense of “snumeb” 
snud	past tense of “sneud” 
snumeb	marry ( vtr ) ( a man) 
snup	past tense of “sneup” 
snuptia	wedding ( sb) 
snurd	past tense of “sneurd” 
snus	(& snusa) = daughter-in-law ( sb) 
so	that, this (masculine singular nominative) 
sober	sober (adj) 
sobertat	sobriety (sb)
sociable	sociable (adj)
social anxietat	social anxiety   
social orbat	social work (sb)
social phobia	social phobia   
societal	societal (adj)
societat	society (sb) 
Societat os Jesus	Society of Jesus (sb) 
sockel	plinth, pedestal, base ( npr ) 
Socrates	Socrates ( npr ) 
Sodom	Sodom ( npr ) 
sodomia	sodomy   
sodomise	sodomize   
sodomite	sodomite   
sofa	sofa ( sb) 
sofra	coffee table 
software	software ( sb) 
sogn	dream (awaken; sb)
sohgn	past tense of “sehgn” 
sohkw	past tense of “sehkw”; quest
sohl	past tense of “sehl” 
sohlk	streak, trail (sb); past tense of “sehlk” 
sohnd	past tense of “sehnd” 
sohnder	past tense of “sehnder” 
sohngv	past tense of “sehngv” 
sohnk	past tense of “sehnk” 
sohr	past tense of “sehr” 
soitos	enchantment, spell (sb) 
sok	investigate, search (vtr); sok(en) = investigation, search (sb); "Sok de ia buhsa ed causen ios Opnos iom Nations" = "An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations"
sokar	investigator (sb) 
sokh	wooden ard 
sokhbat	company (friends, sb) 
sokjudce	investigating judge (sb) 
sokmotor	search engine ( sb) 
sokwi	fellow (sb) 
sokwia	fellowship (sb) 
sokwidirector	Partner Manager (sb) 
sol	sun (sb) 
solar panell	solar panel (sb) 
solar plexus	solar plexus (sb ) 
solar systeme	solar system (sb) 
solbrand	sunburn (sb & vtr) 
solbril	sunglasses (sing. in Sambahsa)   
soldat	soldier (sb) 
solde	pay (of soldier, sb) 
solenn	solemn (adj) 
solfege	solfège   
solflor	sunflower ( sb) 
solg	such 
solicitude	solicitude (sb) 
solid	solid (adj) 
solidaritat	solidarity ( sb) 
soliditat	solidity
soliste	soloist   
soll	must (vint; with a meaning of probability; ex: “he must be there” = “is sollt ses ter”)
sollucic	sunny (adj) 
solsaat	sundial (sb) 
solstice	solstice (sb)
soluk	breath, mouth odour (from the throat, sb) 
Solus	Soli   
Solus	Soli (in Cilicia)
solution	solution (sb) 
solv	to solve (vtr)   
solv	solve (vtr) 
solvent	solvent   (nomen)
som	(I) am; (clitic particle + conjugated verb) = indicates that this action is nearing completion 
sombre	sombre (fig., adj) 
sombrero	sombrero
somies	back plate, subbase (sb) 
somkwe	(+ participle) = all the more... since/because
sommett	summit (sb) 
son	son ( sb) 
sonate	sonata (sb) 
sonde	probe, sonde (vtr & sb) 
songay	Songhay
songv	song (sb) 
songvsam	singing, sing-song (adj) 
sonnett	sonnet (sb) 
sonst	if not 
sont	(they) are 
sonter	apart/independently from   
sonter	independently from
sonterbahsa	slang (argot; sb)
sonteria	set, clique (sb) 
sonterkweit	peculiarity   
sontern	but (conj) (after negation) 
sonterviz	in(side) joke   
sontia	reality, truth
sophisme	sophism   
sophiste	sophist
sophisticat	sophisticated (adj) 
sophistique	sophisticate (vtr) 
Sophokleus	Sophocles (npr) 
sopran	soprano
soprano	soprano   
Soratios	Horatius (PIE triplet)   
sorb	swallow (vtr) 
sorbete	sorbet (sb) 
sorbh	rowan (sb) 
sorghum	sorghum (sb) 
sort	sort (sb) 
sortie	sortie   
sortie	sortie
sorwk	shrew (sb) 
sorwkar	buzzard
sosule	murmur (vint) (wind , grass) 
sotia	sotie (sb) 
soufflee	soufflé (sb) 
souk	souq   
soup	soup ( sb) 
souper	supper (sb) 
sour	sour ( adj) 
sousaphone	sousaphone (sb) 
soutache	soutache (sb)
soutane	cassock ( sb ) 
souvenire	souvenir (sb) 
souverain	sovereign (adj. & sb); souverain fund = sovereign wealth fund 
souverainitat	sovereignty (sb) 
soviet	soviet (adj & sb) 
sovietsk	sovietsk (adj)
soya	soy (sb) 
soyl	threshold ( sb) 
spa	spa   
space	(outer) space (sb) 
space sonde	space probe   
spacial	spatial
spad	spade (sb) 
spadassin	spadassin (sb) 
spadix	spadix   
spahi	spahi   
spahi	spahi
spak	droplet (sb) 
spalt	fault (geo; sb); crack (vtr) 
spalv	hue (sb), to give a hue to (vtr) 
spand	to span   (Druve-ye tod werd ja exist, lakin tik in id englisch dictionar. Spehm od mien tarjem pro alter bahsas sont correct)
spand	to span (vint)
spandbeton	prestressed concrete
spang	loop (sb) 
spanking	spanking (sb) 
spanplat	particle board   
spans	span (unit)   
spant	nautical frame
spar	spare, save (vtr) 
sparcutia	moneybox
sparghen	(sing) = nappies (splu) 
Sparta	Sparta (npr) 
spartak	string, cord (sb) 
spartan	Spartan (adj, sb) 
sparv	sparrow (sb)
spasme	spasm
spasmodic	spasmodic (adj) 
spassere	walk, stroll ( vint) 
spatule	spatula, slice (sb) 
spece	ilk (! pejorative)   
spece	species (sb) 
special	special (adj) 
special relativitat	special relativity   
specieus	specious
spect	look (sb; act of looking) 
spectacle	show (sb) 
specter	spectre (sb) 
spectral ligne	spectral line
spectrum	spectrum (sb) (eg. lights) 
speculation	speculation
specule	mirror (sb) 
specule-dom	house of mirrors, hall of mirrors   
speculeschib	two-way mirror
speh	hope (vtr & sb) 
spehc	look at (vtr) 
spehcel	cookie, informer (sb) (Police) 
spehd	speed (vint) 
spehder	speedster (sb) 
spehn	spin (vtr) 
spehr	spread (vtr) 
spehrd	competition (sb) 
spehrdcircuit	racing circuit   
spehrdgombh	curb (USA), kerb (BR) (that red/white striped sections to indicate track limits, widely used in Formula One)   
speic	spoke (sb)
speim	foam, lather (vtr/vint) 
speit	despite (sb & prep) 
spelbt	spelt (sb) 
speleologia	speleology (sb) 
spelghen	spleen (mind)   (dumos, gumos)
spell	spell (vtr ) 
spend	spend ( vtr ) (time); gift, offering, donation (sb) 
speren	spur ( sb & vtr ) 
sperg	to splash
sperma	semen (sb)
speud	speed (vtr & sb) 
speudmeider	speedometer 
speul	wash, rinse with plenty of water (vtr) 
speulkhana	scullery
sphere	sphere (sb) 
sphygmomanometer	sphygmomanometer   
spice	spire (sb) (on a building) 
spieja	(sing) = provisions, food supplies (splu) 
spiejar	steward's room, pantry (sb) 
spielt	past tense of “spalt” 
spiend	past tense of "spand"
spier	past tense of “spar” 
spieu	spit ( vtr ) 
spieumen	spit, spittle (sb) 
spieuter	splutter, sputter (vint) 
spik	woodpecker ( sb) 
spilk	pin ( sb) 
spin	(& spina) = spine (sb) 
spina	spine of book 
spinak	spinach (sb) 
spincrusber	gooseberry 
spindel	vertebra
sping	finch (sb) 
spion	spy (sb) 
spionage	espionage (sb) 
spionka	peephole (sb) 
spira	turn, coil (sb) 
spiracle	spiracle; blowhole (anatomy)   
spiral	spiral (adj & sb) 
spiraldrab	(sing) = spiral stairs (splu) 
spirit	spirit, wit, soul (sb); "Id Spirit iom Loys" ="The Spirit of the Laws"
spiritisme	spiritism
spiritlampe	spirit lamp (sb) 
spiritualitat	spiritualitat
spirulina	spirulina   
spiss	spice ( sb) 
spital	hospital (sb) 
spiu	past tense of “spieu” 
spiuter	past tense of “spieuter” 
spleind	glare, blaze (vint) 
spleindos	glare ( sb ) 
splendid	splendid ( adj) 
splind	past tense pf “spleind” 
splinter	splinter (sb) 
spoctic	derisive, mocking ( adj) 
spohc	looked at (past tense of “spehc”) 
spohd	past tense of “spehd” 
spohder	boisterous (adj) 
spohn	past tense of “spehn” 
spohr	past tense of “spehr” 
spohrd	past tense of “spehrd” 
spoim	foam, scum (sb) 
spolye	spoil (sb & vtr) 
spond	to mean/resolve to + verb (vtr) 
sponda	generosity, expenditure (sb) 
sponsalia	betrothal   (plu.)
sponsor	sponsor (sb & vtr)
spontan	spontaneous (adj)
sponton	spontoon (sb) 
Sporades	Sporades   (n.plu.)
sporadic	sporadic
spore	spore (sb) 
sport	sport (sb) 
sportiste	sportsman   (sm.)
sportive	sport (adj)
sportkielken	gym(asium)
spraiy	spray ( vtr ) 
spraneg	to burst (vtr) 
spranggvond	blunderbuss   
sprat	sprat (sb) 
sprehg	to ask (someone a question; vtr) 
sprehng	spring, explode, burst (vint) 
sprehngcap	warhead (sb) 
spreu	burst forth (vint) 
spreud	be startled, start (vint) 
spreug	bud (sb & vint) 
spreuv	test, put to the test ( vtr ) 
spreuz	splash ( vtr ) 
spreuzdrift	spindrift (sb) 
sprijin	support (sb) 
sprika	cultivated fenugreek 
springflutt	spring tide
sprinkler	irrigation sprinkler   
sprinkler irrigation	sprinkler irrigation   
spritseghel	sprit sail
sprohg	past tense of “sprehg” 
sprohng	past tense of “sprehng” 
spru	past tense of “spreu” 
sprud	past tense of “spreud” 
sprug	past tense of “spreug” 
sprut	brook (sb) 
spruv	past tense of “spreuv” 
spruz	past tense of “spreuz” 
spud	past tense of “speud” 
spul	past tense of “speul” 
spula	spool (sb) 
spulach	ball (of wool, etc., sb)
spygat	scupper (sb) 
spyra	(horse) dung (sb) 
squade	squad ( sb) 
squader	wing, naval squadron ( sb) 
squadron	squadron (sb) 
squal	big fish, squaloid (sb) 
squalid	non–cultivated, squalid (adj) 
squam	scale (on animals, sb) 
srakue	to chip (vtr)
srakut	serrated, steely, jagged (adj) 
srans	take leave of (vtr) 
sray	defecate (vint) 
srayen	bullshit (fig. sb) 
sreg	garland (sb); past tense of “sreneg” 
sreht	stir, ondulate (vtr, vint & sb) 
sreneg	surround with a garland 
sreu	flow (vint) 
sreumen	river (sb) 
sreup	dirt ( sb) 
sreupbak	dustbin (sb) 
sreupgloi	spot of dirt ( sb) 
sriens	past tense of “srans” 
sriey	past tense of “sray” 
srig	cold ( adj); past tense of “srineg” 
srigeh	to feel/be cold (vint) 
srigpreus	frostbite (sb) 
srineg	cool ( vtr ) 
sringa	syringe (sb) 
srog	strawberry (sb) 
sroht	past tense of “sreht” 
srom	paralyzed (lame, adj ) 
srov	electric power (sb) 
srovbux	socket (sb) 
srovgehn	power plant (sb) 
srovijadh	engine-generator   
sroviswor	power supply (sb)
srovos	socket (for electricity; sb) 
sru	past tense of “sreu” 
srungh	snout (sb) 
sruskwrnt	muck-water   
SSS	termination of pregnancy   
SSS = "suwen setusstop" = voluntary interruption of pregnancy	
stabh	past tense of “stamebh” 
stadel	stable (sb) 
stadelmayster	riding master (sb) 
stadelsloug	groom ( sm ) 
stadium	stadium ( sb) 
staffette	dispatch rider, courier (sb) 
stag	relay, stage (sb) 
Stagheiros	Stagira
stagnant	stagnant (adj) 
stah	stand; stah- wakht = to stand guard 
stahal	deserve (vtr) 
stahgjia	sidebar
stahmen	stamen   
stahmen	weaving loom (sb) 
stahsit	(he/she/it) stood
stahwrnt	bar, loaf ( sb ) ( compact material ) 
stajer	rent ( vtr )& rental (sb) (subject = tenant ) 
stak	to stick (propagate plants by cuttings)   
stak	past tense of “stanek” 
staka	crutch (sb) 
stakhanovic	stakhanovite   
stal	steel (sb) 
stal grehven	steel engraving   
stalactite	stalactite (sb) 
stalagmite	stalagmite (sb) 
stalbeton	reinforced concrete, steel concrete
staleina	(sing.) = steelworks
stam	stem, trunk (including torso; sb) 
stamberg	log cabin (sb) 
stamebh	( semject ad semanghen ) = to keep someone from something 
stammel	stutter (vtr ) 
stamp	stamp ( sb & vtr ) 
stampel	to check in / clock in ( ex: unemployed) 
stand	status, stand ( sb) ( situation ) 
stand-in	stand-in (actor)   
standard	standard, reference (sb) 
standic	standing (permanent; adj)
stanek	quench (vtr), waterproof (adj) 
stangh	bar (long object; sb) 
stank	waterproof, watertight
stanza	stanza (poetry)   
star	star (sb)
star ad	to stare at 
starkala	bastion fort   
start	start (sb & vtr/int) 
start-ub	start-up (sb)
starter motor	starter motor   
stase	stasis   (biologia)
stat	State 
Stat-Generals	(splu) = States-General (splu) 
stater	stater (sb)
station	station (sb) 
station-chef	station master
stationar	stationer (sb) 
stationarie	stationery shop, stationery supplier   
stationcarr	estate car, station wagon   
stationwogh	estate car, station wagon   
statistic	statistic (adj & sb)
statistician	statistician
Statsgwen	Stateswoman
Statswir	Statesman
statuar	art of sculpture (sb) 
statue	statue ( sb) 
Statue as Libertat	Statue of Liberty (npr) 
stature	stature (sb) 
status	status
status quo	status quo (sb) 
statut	statute
staud	stud farm (sb) 
staun	to be surprised, astonished ( vint ) 
staunos	astonishment, amazement (sb) 
staur	powerful (adj ) 
staven	shutter (sb) 
stavros	Sign of the Cross 
staw	to condensate (vint) 
stayg	sudden (adj & adv) 
ste	you are (2° plu + courtesy)
steb	(& stebel) = stem (sb) 
steg	to cover (vtr)
stega	canvas sheet (sb)
stegu	(steug) = impermeable, waterproof 
stegyu	trickster (sb) 
stehbh	buttress ( vpr ) 
stehcolnier	wing collar (sb) 
stehg	(& steg & tehg & teg) = cover (vtr) 
stehl	to set upright 
stehlb	to protrude (vint) 
stehlbend	prominent (adj ) 
stehm	support (vtr ) 
stehm	voice (sf ) ( vote) 
stehmb	stalk (vint) 
stehmbild	ballot paper ( sb) 
stehn	thunder (vint) 
stehng	sting ( vtr ) 
stehngmen	point of stitching   
stehnk	stink (vint) 
stehnkkaupust	skunk cabbage (sb) 
stehntor	thunderous (adj ) 
stehrb	to fall into coma 
stehrk	sully (vtr ) 
stehv	stiffen ( vint) 
stehver	pile, stilt (sb) 
steigh	path (sb); (ub) = to get/go (up); steigh in nauk = to get on a vessel 
steighijadh	ski lift (sb)
steist	leavened dough (sb) 
steiv	to stiffen, tighten (vtr)
stele	stele (sb) 
stempel	inking pad   
stempel	stamp, mark (sb) 
sten	(& stena) = rock face (sb) 
stenbrohg	rubble ( sm ) 
stencovehr	tapestry (sf ) 
stendart	standard (big flag; sb ) 
Stentor	Stentor (npr) 
stepfamilia	stepfamily   
Stephen	Stephen (npr)
ster	female (adj, sb) 
sterbnio	dry skin (sf ) 
steren	strew, display, expand ( vtr ) ( subject = person); steren id lict / crovat = make the bed; steren id meja = set the table 
stereochemia	stereochemistry   
stereometria	solid geometry   
stereotypia	stereotypy   
stergvon	femicide, feminicide (the action)   
steril	sterile ( adj) 
sterkwol	womanizer   
stern	tern   
sternue	sneeze (vint) 
sternum	sternum
sterp	barren (adj) 
stestoud	battered, dented (adj) 
stet	spot, place (sb) 
stethoscope	stethoscope   
stethoscope	stethoscope
stets	everytime (adv)
steug	impermeable, waterproof (adj)
steulbnas	turned-up nose (sb)
steulp	to be rolled up 
steum	steam ( sb ) 
steumboot	steamboat (sb) 
steun	whine, groan, moan (vint) 
steup	fade ( vint) 
steurb	disturb (vtr ) 
steurd	to go into a dive (vint) 
steuv	stifle (vtr)
steuvos	stifling heat (sb) 
steuvtenjra	pressure cooker   
steven	steven
stewardesse	stewardess (in aircraft)
steysia	frozen drop 
stibium	antimony (sb) 
stiche	verse ( sb) 
stiejer	past tense of “stajer” 
stiemmel	past tense of “stammel” 
stiemp	past tense of “stiemp” 
stiempel	past tense of “stampel” 
stienghel	siskin ( sm ) (bird) 
stienke	sealing (sf ) 
stier	past tense of “star” 
stiert	past tense of “start” 
stieun	past tense of “staun” 
stieup	step ( sb & vint) 
stieupbenk	tier, terracing (sb) 
stieupen	grade   (nov maynen; oraryum ed Sambahsa grammatic)
stieupen	step of stairs 
stieupengarden	hanging garden (sb)
stieupenpyramide	step pyramid
stieure	power (sb) 
stieurste	thirst for power 
stiew	past tense of “staw” 
stiftor	instigator (of an offence) 
stiga	string ( sb ) (of musical instrument ) 
stigh	past tense of “steigh” 
stigma	stigma ( sm ) 
stigmatise	to stigmatize   
stikel	glass jar ( sb ) 
stikelkrov	glass roof (sb) 
still	still, quiet (adj); to quench (one's thirst) 
stillgwit	still-life (art; sb)
stimule	boost (vtr); stimulus (sb)
stin	tin (sb) 
sting	entice (vtr); sting (sb) 
stinghil	stem, leg (sb) (of plant) 
stingic	stitched (adj ) 
stint	smelt (animal, sb) 
stip	stiff (adj ) 
stipendium	scholarship   
stiumep	to space out (vtr)
stiup	past tense of “stieup” & "stiumep"
stiv	past tense of "steiv"
stochastic	stochastic   (adj.)
stockrose	hollyhock (sb) 
stoff	stuff (vtr) (pipe, chair); material, fabric (sb) 
stog	stack (sb) (of hay) 
stohg	past tense of “(s)tehg” 
stohl	past tense of “stehl” 
stohm	mouth ( sb); past tense of “stehm” 
stohm-do-stohm annem	mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, artificial respiration   
stohmneigv	mouthwash   
stohmstupp	gag (in mouth)
stohn	past tense of “stohn” 
stohng	past tense of “stehng” 
stohnk	past tense of “stohnk” 
stohnter	thunder ( sf ) 
stohnterflor	St John's wort (sm ) 
stohrb	past tense of “stehrb” 
stohrbos	coma (sm ) 
stohrk	past tense of “stehrk” 
stohv	past tense of “stehv” 
stoicisme	stoicism
stoiciste	stoic (of stoicism)
stol	chair (sb) 
stolar	joiner, carpenter (sb) 
stolb	post, column (sb); plume (fig. sb) 
stolbcron	capital of column 
stolg	handle (sb) 
stolon	stolon   
stomak	stomach (sb) 
stop	stop (sb, vtr, vint); stop- dreiv = to lay down (vessel)
storgn	stun (vtr) 
storia	story (sb) 
stork	stork (sf ) 
storm	storm ( sb) 
storm-lanterne	hurricane lamp 
stormic	stormy (adj) 
stormsaylab	storm surge (sb) 
storn	starling (sb) 
stow	holdup (traffic jam; sb & vint) 
stowage	stowage (sb) 
stoya	rack (on car roofs, sb) 
stoyic	stoic (adj) 
stoyicisme	stoicism
Strabon	Strabo   
strad	street, paved road 
Strad traffic prabhilscode ( STPC )	Highway Code; Strad Traffic Securitat = Road Prevention 
stradorbats	roadworks (splu) 
stragn	strange, weird   
stragn	strange (adj) 
stragnitatsdal	uncanny valley (term used in robotics and animation)   
stragnitatsdalin	uncanny valley (term used in robotics and animation)   
Stragno Weir	 phoney war  
strah	strew (vtr ) ( subject = thing ) 
strah	litter ( sb ) (strewn straw ) 
straj	sentinel ( sb) 
strak	tired ( adj) 
strakay	exhaustion (fatigue) ( sb) 
stramb	stubble field (sb ) 
strand	strand, beach (sb); strand (vint) 
strangh	string, thread, cord (sb); string (vtr) 
stranghar	ropemaker (sb) 
strangule	strangle (vtr ) 
stratagem	stratagem (sb) 
strate	stratum (sb) 
stratege	strategist
strategia	strategy   
stratovolcan	(& stratovolcano) = stratovolcano (sb) 
straugh	hairy, shaggy, tousled (adj) 
straus	ostrich (sb) 
straus	strut (vint) 
strax	immediately (adv) 
strayk	strike (cessation of work; sb & vint) 
strehb	rotate (vtr / int) 
strehblayter	turntable ladder
strehc	stretch (vtr / vpr) 
strehcbenk	torture rack (sb) 
strehcmark	striae, stretch mark   
strehkw	wriggle, squirm ( vint) 
strehl	stroke (sb ) ( projectile ) 
strehl	ray, shooting (sb); to shoot 
strehl-ed-myehrs	fire-and-forget ( sb) ( missile ) 
strehlguarde	shooting guard (sport, sb) 
strehlploton	firing squad
strehlsclud	breech (firearms)   
strehm	to stream
strehmghalv	headlong (flight)
strehng	severe (adj); se strehng ad = to try hard to
strehnge	severity, harshness, sternness
strei	strip (sb) (form) 
streibande	wrapping (ex: of a mummy)   
streich	to tick off 
streichen	deletion, erasure (sb) 
streif	brush against, touch upon 
streih	flute, scratch, cross out (vtr) 
streikw	twist, twiddle (vtr) 
streip	brush against, skim past (vtr) 
streipoik	mottled (adj) 
streped	cheese mite (sb) 
strett	straight (sb; sea)
streu	spread (vtr) 
streug	stroke (mark, sb) 
strich	past tense of “streich” 
strict	strict   
strict	strict (adj) 
strid	hiss ( vtr ) ( like a snake) 
striend	past tense of “strand” 
striengh	past tense of “strangh” 
striepmen	stirrup (sb) 
strieus	past tense of “straus” 
strieyk	past tense of “strayk” 
strif	past tense of “streif” 
strih	past tense of “streih” 
strikw	past tense of “streikw” 
string	string (swimsuit; sb) 
strip	past tense of “streip” 
striptise	strip-tease ( sb) 
striz	idler, loafer (sb) 
strohb	past tense of “strehb” 
strohc	past tense of “(oi)strehc” 
strohca	section, distance (sb) 
strohcaradar	SPECS   
strohg	past tense of “strehg” 
strohkw	past tense of “strehkw” 
strohl	past tense of “strehl” 
strohm	stream (sb), past tense of "strehm"
strohng	past tense of “strehng” 
stron	armchair ( sb) 
strophe	stanza ( sb) 
strophium	strophium (sb) 
stru	past tense of “streu” 
strubh	past tense of “strubh” 
structural adjustement	structural adjustment
structure	structure (sb) 
strug	build (vtr); past tense of “streug” 
strugition	project management (sb)
strugitor	project owner (sb)
stryng	pen (for cattle, sb) 
stub	stump ( sb) 
stuck	stucco (sb) 
studio	studio (sb) 
studio (appartement)	studio apartment, studio flat, efficiency apartment, bachelor apartment   
studye	study ( sb & vtr) 
studyent	student   
studyent	student (sb) 
stul	chair (sb) 
stulp	past tense of “steulp” 
stumep	blur, muffle ( vtr ) 
stumia	atmosphere, mood (sb) 
stump	stocky, muffled, dull (adj) 
stump	section, stump (sb) 
stun	past tense of “steun” 
stune	sheep pen (sb ) 
stuned	hit, hurt, knock ( vtr ); stuned- id dwer = knock on the door; stuned protie(v) = stumble against (sb) 
stup	blunt ( adj ); past tense of “stumep” 
stupid	stupid ( adj) 
stupor	astonishment ( sf ) 
stupp	to stop up (vtr) 
stupper	stopper, cap (sb) 
sturb	past tebse of “(oi)sturb” 
sturd	past tense of “steurd” 
stus	past participle & past tense of “stuned” 
stut	pillar (sb) (support, column) 
stuv	past tense of “steuv” 
stuve	steamroom (sb) 
styehrg	have a heart for, be very fond of   (+ acc.)
style	style (sb)
stylise	stylize (vtr) 
stylus	stylus (sb) 
Stymphel	Stymphalia   
styorga	affectivity   
styr	steer ( vtr ); steering wheel; plight control surface (sb) 
styrbord	starboard (sb) 
styrman	helmsman (sb)
styrmat	first mate 
su	sow (female pig; sb); (as a suffix) = locative plural 
suabeghaben	well hung (! who have a big penis)   (!)
suadaunteihsa	euthanasia
suadin	fair weather (sb) 
suagehnia	eugenics
suagrund	soundness (sb) 
suamenos	well-disposed (adj) 
suart	well assembled (adj) 
suastika	swastika   
suastika	swastika   
suaswehdos	good-natured (adj)
suave	mawkish, sickly (adj) 
suavohst	(& suavohsen) = well-dressed (adj ) 
sub	under (prep)
subahat	stooge ( sb ) 
subalbh	whitish (adj) 
subantslehnken	underdevelopment
subdehmen	trestle (sb) 
subeih	to undergo (vtr) 
subestime	underestimate   
subject	subject (adj & sb) 
subjunctive	subjunctive (adj & sb) 
subkeih	be surmounted by (vtr) 
subklehpt	get / squeeze something out 
sublime	sublime; Sublime Porte = Sublime Porte
submarin	submarine, underwater (adj) 
submarnav	submarine (sb) 
submartos ballistic missillehnc (SMBML)	ballistic missiles submarine   
submerg	[submErg] = submerge (vtr) 
submitt	submit (vtr)
subofficier-chef	chief petty officer   
suborbatia	underemployment   
suborne	suborn, temper with (vtr) 
subpehnd	ponder (vtr) 
subpoena	under fear of (penalty) (prep) 
subroge	subrogate (vtr)
subrudh	reddish (adj) 
subsell	harness saddle 
subsequent	subsequent
subsidiar	subsidiary   
subsidium	grant, allowance   
substantial	substantial (adj) 
substantive	substantive (sb) 
substitue	substitute (vtr) 
substitue (un nov ject uni veut ject)	to substitute (sambahsa : a new thing to an older thing)   
substitut	substitute (adj. & sb) 
substrate	sunstrate, substratum
substreich	underscore ( vtr ) 
subswadh	sickly sweet (adj) 
subterfuge	subterfuge
subtile	subtle (adj) 
subtilesse	subtlety (sb) 
subtitule	subtitle   
subtrag	subtract (vtr) 
subuk	frivolous (adj ) 
suburb	suburb (sb) 
subven	+ acc. {subvEn} = meet (one's needs; vtr) 
subvention	subsidy, grant (sb; vtr) 
succedd	+ acc. = to succeed (succession) 
success	success (sb) 
succinct	succinct (adj) 
succinic acid	succinic acid (sb) 
succulent	luscious ( adj) 
succumebh	(+ acc) = to succumb to 
succursal	branch plant (commerce; sb) 
sud	south (adj. & sb) 
sudeh	to enrich (vtr) 
sudehn	affluent (rich; adj & sb) 
suder	ooze (vint) 
sudernt	oozing (sb) 
Sudocean	Southern Ocean (npr) 
sudorv	chubby, luscious   
sudye	to sue (vtr) 
sudye ob neagus	action for failure to act   (EU ieus)
suedos	property, quality ( sb) 
sufficient	sufficient (adj ) 
suffocant	suffocating ( adj) 
suffoque	suffocate ( vtr ) 
suffrage	suffrage (sm) 
suffragette	suffragette   
sug	past tense of « seug » 
suggest	to suggest   
suggest	( suggèst ) = suggest (vtr) 
sugiuk	summer sausage (sb) 
suibh	hot, goodie (sex)   (sexe)
suicide	suicide (sb & vint) 
suicideit	suicide victim   
suisraen	notwithstanding (prep) 
suite	suite (sb)
suker	sugar (sb) 
sukerconfect	candy (sb) 
sukeride	saccharide   
sukernitsa	sugar box   
sukerwata	cotton candy ( sb) 
sukman	smock (sf ) 
sukno	woolen fabric (sb) 
sukol	swineherd (sb) 
sul	foundation (sb); past tense of “seul” 
sula	gannet (sb) 
Suleiman is Kanouni	Suleiman the Magnificient (npr) 
sulfamide	sulfamide   
sulkhban	peacekeeper (sb ) 
sulkhbania	peacekeeping 
sulouk	behavior (sm ) 
sultanat	sultanate   
sumbur	pip, seed (sb) 
summar	summary ( adj ) 
summum	highest point (sb) 
sumptuar	sumptuary   
sumptuar	sumptuary, extravagant
sumptueus	sumptuous (adj) 
sund	sound (of sea)
Sunda	Sunda   (eust os Java)
sundae	sundae (sb) 
sunder	with beautiful lines 
sunduk	trunk (case; sb) 
suneht	excision
Suner	Evander   
suner	doughty, valiant (adj) 
sungki	tooth askew (sb) 
sunna	Sunna (npr) 
sunni	sunni (adj & sb) 
sunnic	nasty person (sb) ( Fig. !) 
sunu	son (archaic word for "son")
sunyin	space of time ( sb) 
suomen	Finn(ish)
Suomi	Finland
suor	sister ( sb ) ( religious, nun ) 
sup	past tense of “seup” 
supeih	to turn upside down (vtr) 
super	super (adj) 
super-ego	superego   
superbeuw	to make very proud   (vtr.)
superbia	vainglory (sb) 
superestime	overestimate, overstate   
superficie	area (sb)
superimpression	superimposition   
superior talim	higher education   
superpellice	surplice   
superstructure	superstructure (sb)
supervivum	houseleek (sb) 
supervolcan	(& supervolcano) = supervolcano (sb) 
supiht	(& supihn) = upside down (adj) 
supodeh	subjugate, subject (vtr) 
supodeht	(& supodehn) = underling, henchman (sb) 
Supodia	Cinderella   
supogleg + acc	give (somebody) a dirty look   
supostah	subordinate (adj) 
supplante	supplant (vtr ) 
suppon	present tense base of « supposen » 
suppose	let's suppose, supposing that (prep)
supposen	suppose (vtr) 
supprem	present tense base of « suppressem » 
suppressem	to suppress 
suppression piurn	suppressive fire (sb) 
suprematia	supremacy (sb)
suprematisme	suprematism   
suprematisme	suprematism   (art)
supreme	supreme
sura	sura   
surc	past tense of “seurc” 
surce	source (sb) 
surce-code	source code   
surcot	surcoat ( sb) 
sure	sure ( adj ) 
surf	surf (sb) 
surface	surface (sb. & vint)
surfacepiwern	top-dressing   
surgoun	outlaw (sb) 
Surhd	Sogdia   
suri	Syrian (adj & sb) 
Suria	Syria (npr) 
suriay	Syriac
suricate	meerkat, suricate   
Suriname	Suriname (npr)
suringa	siege mine 
surogv	black coat horse 
suronpan	abacus ( sb) 
surplus	surplus (sing; sb) 
surprined	surprise ( vtr ) 
surpris	past participle & past tense of “surprined” 
surprise	surprise (sb) 
surrealisme	surrealism   
surrealisme	surrealism
surreg	{surrEg} = arise, rush up (vtr) 
surrogat mater	surrogate mother   
surrogat matertat	surrogacy   
sursedd	+ acc = suspend (vtr) 
sursess	suspension, reprieve, deferment (law; sb) 
surugi	postillion (sb) 
survive	(+ acc.) = survive (vtr) 
Susanne	Susan (npr) 
suschi	sushi (sb) 
suspec	[suspEk] = to suspect 
suspecen	suspicion (sb) 
suspeceus	suspicious (adj) 
suspend	[suspEnd] = suspend (vtr) (fig) 
suspense	suspense (sb)
suspension	suspension (vehicle)   
sussam	sesame (sb) 
susur	whisper (vtr) 
sut	past tense of “seut” 
suter	owner (sm ) 
sutliach	rice pudding 
suture	suture (sb) 
sutwrnt	motive, energy (fig.)   
suw	past tense of "seuw"
suwal	question (sb & vtr) 
Suways	Suez (city of Egypt; sb) 
suwen setusstop	termination of pregnancy   
suy	past tense of “seuy” 
sval	swallow (sb) 
svalswayp	dovetail joint
Sveden	Sweden (npr) 
Svensk	swedish (adj); Swede (npr) 
swad	sweet (adj ) 
swader	sweetener   
swadglehdj	ice cream ( sb) 
swadwn	season ( vtr ) 
swale	swale (landform. It's a moist depression in a tract of land, usually with rank vegetation)   
swamen	lord ( sb) 
swamonium	lordship, paramountcy (sb) 
swardu	rind (of meet, sb ) 
swardut	chubby (adj ) 
swarm	swarm ( sb) 
swat	wind row (sb) 
swaul	sole (of shoe, foot, sb ) 
swayp	tail (sb) 
swaypdwer	tailgate (car)   
sweb	Suevic, Suebic, Suebian (adj & sb)
sweghi	porcupine (sb) 
swehbh	hover (vint) 
swehd	be accustomed to 
swehdos	custom (sb) 
swehk	smell (vtr) (subject = perfume) 
swehl	to swell  
swehmbh	to mop, spounge up (vtr) 
swehn	ring (vtr / vint ) 
swehnd	dissipate, fade ( vint) 
swehner	sonorous, resonant (adj ) 
swehng	swing (vtr) 
swehp	sleep (vtr) 
swehpen	sleep (sb)
swehpghanger	sleepwalker (sb) 
swehpsack	sleeping bag (sb) 
swehpwagon	sleeper, sleeping wagon 
swehr	pronounce, utter (vtr) 
swehrbh	whirl, swirl (vtr, vint) 
sweid	to sweat (sb) 
sweigh	to shut up (vint) 
sweih	whistle (vtr ) ( sing ) 
sweind	dissipate (vtr) 
swekers	parents-in-law ( spl ) 
swekwehr	ensure ( vtr ) ( a service) 
swekwos	sap, juice (sb) 
swekwr	safe ( adj) (in safety; self-assured) 
swelion	wife's sister's husband (sb) 
swelpel	sulfur (sb ) 
Swelyioskwekwl	Sun Chariot / Wheel 
Swelyos	Sun God 
Swelyosplowyo	Solar Boat ( sb ) 
swergos	cloudy sky (sb) 
swes	sister (sb)
swesgen	sibling (sb) 
swesgen atmen	soulmate, soul mate   
swesgenmenos	fraternity, spirit of brotherhood 
swesgni	brotherly, sisterly   
swesgven	fratricidal (adj)
swesgvon	fratricide (murder of the sibling; sb)
swesrin	sisterly (pertaining to one's sister; adj) 
swester	sister (sb) 
sweup	to sleep it off   
sweurgh	worry ( vint); sorrow (sb) 
swiedwn	past tense of “swadwn” 
swigh	past tense of “sweigh” 
swih	past tense of “sweih” 
swin	swine (sb) 
swind	fan, lay open (vtr); past tense of “(oi)sweind” 
swindel	swindle, fraud (sb) 
swindler	swindler (sb)
swindvingv	foul-mouthed, mouthy   
swinfluenza	swine influenza
swinghing	swinging (exchange of sexual partners; sb)
swinphel	sow bread (flower, sb) 
swistel	whistle (sm ) 
switer	sweater ( sb) 
swo	self ( adj ) 
swo-euc	self-teach ; swo-eucer = self-taught, self-teach (adj.), self-learner (sb.)   
swobod	autonomous (adj) 
swod	in the way of (prep) 
swodetermination	self-determination   
swodohbro flag	flag of convenience
swodrehbia	food self-sufficiency   
swofaylen	parapraxis   (psycho)
swoglehmber	booting (sb; computer)
swohbh	past tense of “swehbh” 
swohd	custom (sb); past tense of “swehd” 
swohdic	customary
swohk	past tense of “swehk” 
swohl	past tense of “swehl” 
swohmbh	past tense of “(oi)swehmbh” 
swohn	past tense of “swehn” 
swohnd	past tense of “swehnd” 
swohng	past tense of “swehng” 
swohp	past tense of “swehp” 
swohr	past tense of “swehr” 
swohrbh	past tense of “swehrbh” 
swoi	shuttle ( sb) 
swoid	sweat ( sb & vint) 
swoin	team (sb) 
swoker	father-in-law (sb) 
swokru	mother-in-law (sb ) 
swol	soil, floor ( sb ) 
swoleus	disinterested ( adj ) 
swolikwt	/swolikwn = left to oneself
swolspect	Land Register (sb ) 
swombh	spounge (sb) 
swomedication	self-medication   
swon	sound (sb; noise) 
swonbehr	loudspeaker
swonk	sonority   
swonkwatel	loudspeaker enclosure
swonpneiger	suppressor (for firearms, sb) 
swonstaven	abat-son (sb) 
swonstrei	soundtrack
swontapwl	top, soundboard (of a guitar)   
swontorm	sound hole   
swoplaisen	/swoplaist = smug, self-important
swoplaisen 	self-important   
swoplaist	self-important   
swoprehp	pop-up   
swoprehpen buk	pop-up book   
sword	black (adj) 
sword cofie	black coffee (sb) 
swordalbh	black-and-white   
swordmaria	police van, "Black Maria" (sb) 
swurgh	past tense of « sweurgh » 
sycomore	sycomore (sb) 
syconium	syconium   
syllab	syllable (sb) 
syllogisme	syllogism
sylve	forest (sb) 
sylvent	silvicultural   
sylvester	sylvester (adj)
sylviculture	silviculture   
symbiose	symbiosis (sb)
symbol	symbol (sb) 
symmetria	symmetry (sb) 
sympathia	sympathy ( sb) 
sympathisant	supporter (adj & sb) 
sympathise	sympathize (vintr.)   
symphonia	symphony   
symphonic	symphonic (adj)
Symplegades	Symplegades   (n.plu.)
sympodial	sympodial   
symptome	symptom (sb) 
synagog	synagogue (sb) 
synapse	synapse   
synchronmotor	synchronous motor   
syncopat	syncopated   (adj. pro "syncope")
syncope	syncope   
syncretisme	syncretism
syndic	trustee, management agent (sb) 
syndical	trade-union (adj)
syndicalisme	trade-unionism
syndicat	trade union (sb) 
syndrome	syndrome   
synod	synod (sb)
synonym	synonym (adj & sb) 
synor	(sing ) = reaches ( splu ) 
synorise	+ acc = to confine to 
synt	sin (sb); to sin (vint) 
syntactic	syntactic   
syntaxe	syntax
synthesator	synthesizer (music; sb) 
synthetic kwiter	computer generated image   
syphilis	syphilis   
Syracuse	Syracuse
syrat	speed (sb) 
syratvia	expressway, fast track, fast lane   
systematise	systematize (vtr)
systeme	system (sb) 
systemic	systemic
systole	systole   
syuh	sew (vtr) 
syumen	sewing, seam (sb) (result) 
ta	these, those (neutral plural nominative & accusative) 
taajub	exclamation (of surprise, sb) 
taala	exaltation (sb) 
taale	to exalt 
taam	tapestry (sb) 
taana	taunting (sb) 
taane	taunt (vtr) 
taat	obedient (adj) 
tab	(tabulation) = tab (computing)
tabak	tobacco (sb) 
tabakconsumm	tabacco smoking (sb) 
tabakdose	snuffbox (sb) 
tabakdukan	tobacconist's shop 
taban	sole of foot (sb) 
tabard	tabard
tabaschire	marl ( sb) 
tabby	tabby   
tabell	notice board (sb) 
tabernacle	tabernacle   
tabib	doctor, physician ( sm ) ( fam ! ) 
tabique	partition wall (sb) 
table	table ( sb, including "Tablets of Law " ) 
tablecockhliar	tablespoon (quantity; sb) 
tablette	tablet (sb) 
tabloide	tabloid   
tabou	taboo
tabourett	stool (sb ) 
tabricarte	greeting card (sb) 
tabrick	congratulations (sb) 
tabular	office (of notar, sb) 
tabule	blackboard (sb) 
tacit	tacit (adj) 
taciturn	taciturn (adj) 
Tacitus	Tacitus ( npr ) 
tackel	tackle ( vtr ) 
tackel football	tackle football (sb) 
tackye	skullcap (sb) 
tact	tact; bar (music, sb)
tactique	(sing) = tactics (sb) 
tadadh	numbering ( sb) 
tadbir	caution, prudence (sb ) 
tadribe	exercise (sb ) (physical ) 
tadrijan	gradually (adv ) 
tafarruj	break (sb) (children at school) 
tafsil	schedule of conditions 
taft	taffeta ( sb) 
tagara	Nero's crown (flower ) 
tagargik	scrip, wallet (sb) 
tah	thaw (vint) 
tahona	flour mill ( sb) 
tahu	soy cheese 
taiper	presently 
taiper-apostrophe	apostrophe   
tajhisat	equipment, supplies (sb) 
tajir	merchant (sb); tajir bank = merchant bank
Tajo	Tagus   
tak	past tense of “tanek” 
takabur	haughtiness   
takabur	haughtiness, arrogance ( sb) 
takaburi	arrogant, haughty   
takaburi	arrogant (adj) 
takach	weaver (sb) 
takan	bump, jog (sb & vint) 
takelage	rigging (sb) 
takhta	platform, rostrum (sb) 
takim	paraphernalia (sb) 
takoun	heel (artificial, sb) 
takriban	approximately, almost (adv) 
takrire	emergency judicial proceedings (sb) 
takrise	back cover, blurb (sb) 
talab	water retention, reservoir (sb) 
Talai-Lama	Dalai-Lama
talak	repudiation (sb); to repudiate (vtr) 
talas	swell (sea, sb) 
talasch	hurly burly (sb)
talent	talent (sb) 
talenteus	talented (adj) 
taler	dish, plate (sb) 
talg	such ( pron ) 
talim	education, teaching (sb) 
talimabandon	dropping-out (sb. school)   
talimat	learning ( sb) 
talion	(law of) retaliation   
talisman	talisman (sb ) 
talk	talc (sb) 
talkh	biting ( adj , fig) 
talkun	oats flour (sb) 
talmo	wedding tent (sb) 
talmud	talmud
taluss	embankment (sb) 
tam -tam	tom- tom ( sb ) 
tamam	OK 
tamarind	tamarind ( sf ) 
tamaskhur	buffoonery ( sf ) 
tamassuk	negotiable instrument 
tambur	(gun) cylinder   
tambur	drum (sm ) 
tamburin	tambourine (sb ) 
tamburmajor	drum major   
tamhide	preliminary ( adj) 
tamijdar	well educated 
tamil	tamil   
tamkha	badge, sign ( sb ) 
tamrin	gymnastics move 
tamsil	performance (of a player, sb) 
tamsilart	(sing) = performing arts (splu) 
tan	(& tando) = as long as ( conj ) 
tanab	tent rope ( sb) 
Tanagra	Tanagra (npr) 
tanah	tannaim
tanakh	tanakh (sb) 
Tancred	Tancred   
tanek	concentrate ( vtr / vpr ) 
tang	clamp ( sf ) 
tangens	tangent (geometry)   
tangent	tangent ( adj ) 
tangerine	tangerine (sb) 
tanghage	list (watercraft, sb) 
tanghe	pitch and toss (vint ) 
tangible	tangible
tanglu	snowshoe (sb) 
tangpfu	mount of piety (sb) 
tanjar	pan (sb) 
tank	tank ( sb) 
tanker	tanker (sb) 
tannin	maritime monster 
tanninvoln	rogue wave   
tant	so much, so many (adv, adj) 
tant-ye	for ought 
tantalum	tantalum (sb) 
tantana	feasting, carousal (sb) 
tante	aunt (sb) 
Tanzania	Tanzania (npr) 
tanzil	discount ( sb) (price) 
taochang	ponytail (of human hair; sb) 
taoisme	taoism (sb) 
taper	hatchet ( sb) 
taperglupt	(& tapergluben) = cut with pruning hook (adj) 
tapete	wallpaper (sb)
tapia	adobe wall (sb) 
tapicier	upholsterer (sb) 
tapicieria	padding (sb) 
tapicire	to stuff (furniture)   
tapir	tapir   
tapit	carpet ( sm ) 
tapwl	board (sf ) 
tapwlraudh	tabular root   
tar	then (after interrogative; clitic) 
tara	weigh (sb, ex: of a balance)   
taraf	match (sb; for marriage) 
tarafdar	adept, supporter of a doctrine (sb) 
taragh	to upset/rock (vtr)   
taragh	overwhelm, distress, disrupt (vtr) 
taraghmen	ab = frantic about (adj) 
taragweidos	turbulent (adj) 
tarah	perv (sex maniac)   
tarak	crack, split (sb) 
tarakan	cockroach (sb) 
taram	aperitif (sb) (based on seafood) 
Taranto	Taranto
tarantule	tarantula
tarasque	tarasque (sb) 
tarbusch	fez (hat; sb) 
tarcha	target-disk (sb) 
tardigradum	tardigrade   
tare	tare, defect (sb)
targan	cockroach (sb) 
tarhout	taghut   طاغوت
tarick	highway maintenance 
tariff	tariff (sb) 
tariffpaneg	pricing (sb)
tarikat	crafty
tarikhe	date (in date, sb) 
tarima	stool, stepladder (sb) 
tarink	peg, pin (sb) (metal) 
tarise	weigh (vtr, ex: a balance)   
tarja	target (sb) 
tarja-public	target public, target audience   
tarjem	translation (sb) and translate (vtr); Tarjem iom Septgim = Septuagint
tarjmant	translator (sb) 
tarjoun	tarragon (sm) 
tark	conjecture (vtr) 
tarn	dull (adj; color) 
tarneih	tarnish (vtr) 
tarnien	stranger (adj. & sb) 
taro	taro ( sb) 
tarot	tarot (sb ) 
Tarsus	Tarsus (npr) 
Tartaros	Tartarus ( npr ) 
tarte	pie (sb) 
tarter	tartar, scale ( sb ) 
tarterplack	dental plaque   
taschabyth	moral firmness ( sb) 
taschakur	grace, thanks (sb) 
Taschkent	Tashkent (npr) 
task	task (sb) 
taskar	beggar ( sm ) 
taskerat	acquired, accumulated experience ( sb) 
taslime	surrender ( sb & vint ) 
tassalli	comfort, relief (sb) 
tassallise	comfort (vtr ) 
tassalsul	coupling ( sb ) 
tassawuf	sufism (sb) 
tasse	cup (sb; ex: tea) 
taste	feel, sound/try out (vtr) 
tatou	tattoo (sb) 
taukile	appointment (sb ) (to a post ) 
tauliat	letter of credence (sb) 
taunay	covetousness, lust ( sf ) 
taung	to oblige oneself   (+ acc. ject, + dat. anghen)
taungh	( tanghu ) = heavy, large ( adj) 
taunschiun	childlike ingenuousness (sb) 
taur	bull (sb) 
taurlown	debate (sb) 
taurokatapsia	taurocatapsis (sb) 
Taurus	Taurus (npr) 
tauschire	to damascene; damascening (sb)
tautologia	tautology   
tauxi	porcelain ware (sb) 
tavan	ceiling (material meaning)   precision
tavan	ceiling (sb) 
tavanhoge	ceiling height   
taverne	tavern (sb) 
tavla	ice rink (sb) 
tavle	toskate (on an ice ring)
tavro	red-hot iron
tawadu	ritual ablution (sb) 
tawoun	plague (sb; disease) 
tawrlien	serious, calm (adj) 
tawsie	advocate ( vtr ) 
tawtay	purify, purge, refine ( vtr ) 
taxe	tax (sb) 
taxi	taxi (sb) 
taximeter	taximeter 
taxir	shortage (sb) 
tay	replace ( vtr ); ( prefix) = spare (first element of compound) 
tayar	ready, prepared (adj) 
tayc	to keep quiet (vint) 
taydeils	spares 
tayeur	suit, costume (sb) 
tayfootballer	substitute, reserve, sub (soccer player)   
tayfun	typhoon (sb) 
tayga	taiga   
tayin	ration (sb) (of food) 
tayman	disrespectful ( adj) 
taymayo	hawksbill (sb) 
taymer	timer (mechanism)   
Taypei	Taipei (npr) 
tayrot	spare wheel 
Taywan	Taiwan (npr) 
taywanese	Taiwanese (adj & sb)
taziya	(sing) = condolences (splu) 
tazkire	bookmark (sb) 
Tbilissi	Tbilisi (npr) 
Tchaykovsky	Tchaikovsky (npr) 
te	thee, you (accusative) 
Te dumbo sub ghom !	(expression): “I terrorize you !” 
Te dumbo sub ghom !	(exp):" I terrorize you ! " 
technic	technical   
technic	technical   correctu
technic	technical (adj) 
technique	technique   
technique	technique (sb) 
tect	roof (sb) 
tecton	carpenter (sb) 
tefillin	phylactery (sb)
teg	to cover (vtr)
tegber	roof's A-frame
teghel	open skillet (sb) 
teghell	machine sewing (sb) 
teghnon	fry pan (sb) 
teglatte	roof board (sb)
tegos	toiture (sb)
teguid	plump (adj) 
tegule	tile (sb)
tegut	thicket (sb)
tehg	to cover 
tehl	support, bear, tolerate (vtr) 
tehlp	to fit (into a space; vint)
tehm	cut, deem (vtr) 
tehng	dip (vtr) 
tehngos	outcrop (sb) 
tehom	abyss ( sb) ( geographical ) 
tehr	cross ( vtr ) 
Tehran	Tehran ( npr ) 
tehrb	(see grammar ) = to have to 
tehrg	threat (vtr ) 
tehrgspehc	menacing, grim (adj) 
Tehria	ferryboat (myth., sb) 
tehx	lay out (vtr) 
tehxdel	adze   
teib	roach ( sb) 
teigel	tickle (vtr ) 
tein	maintain ( vtr ) 
teingwain	pleasure garden ( sb) 
teint	complexion, colouring (sb) 
teip	tape, record (vtr) 
teipdehsa	typesetting   
teiprecorder	tape recorder   
teken	esquire (sb) (apprentice knight) 
tekhnass	manage to (vint) 
telealarme	remote alarme (sb)
telefilm	television film (sb) 
telegenic	telegenic   
telekinese	telekinesis (sb) 
Telemakhos	Telemachus
telematique	(sing.) = telematics
telenovela	telenovela   Jor ex Latin America
teleorbat	telecommuting (sb)
telepathia	telepathy (sb)
telephone	telephone (vint & sb) 
telephonic central	telephone exchange   
telephonic hoax	prank call, crank call, hoax call   
teleporte	teleport ( vtr ) 
teleschopping	teleshopping ( sm ) 
telescopic vizieler	telescopic sight 
television	television (sb) 
teliak	bathhouse boy 
telicitat	telicity   
telluric	telluric (adj)
tellurium	tellurium (sb) 
telvee	(sing) = coffee grounds / dregs ( splu ) 
tem	so (much/many) 
tem (maung)	as much/many   
tem maungh	as much 
temos	darkness (sb) 
temost	dark (adj) 
temper	temple (of skull; sb) 
tempera	tempera (sb) 
temperament	temperament (sb) 
temperance	temperance (sb)
temperature	temperature (sb) 
tempere	temper (vtr)
templar	templar (sb)
temple	temple (sb) 
tempo	tempo (sb) 
temporal	temporal (adj. religion)   
tempos	time interval (sb) 
Tems	Thames (npr) 
temser	dark, obscure, mysterious (adj ) 
ten	lair, den (sb) 
tenayl	tenaille   
tenchere	cooking pot ( sb) 
tenct	hermetic (adj) 
tend	to stretch, to tense (vtr) 
tender	tender (adj) 
tenderesse	tenderness (sb) 
tendon	tendon (sb) 
tengie	to look like 
teni	darkness (sb) 
teni -	dark (prefix) 
tenia	ringworm (sb) 
tenjra	casserole (sb) 
tenkel	molke, buttermilk ( sb) 
tennis	tennis (sb) 
tenor	tenor (singer)   
tenorblockflute	tenor recorder (flute; sb)
tens	these, those (masculine plural accusative) ; past participle & past tense of « tend »
tensor	tensor (sb) 
tentacule	tentacle (sb) 
tentative	attempt (sb ) 
tentel	net (sb) 
tepeh	tell (archaeology; sb)
tephra	tephra (sb) 
tepid	lukewarm (adj) 
tepji	tray (sb) (to carry food) 
tepos	asceticism
tepsi	cake tin (sb) 
ter	there 
terebenth	turpentine (sb) 
teremut	grumpy (adj) 
Terence	Terence   
Teresa os Avila	Teresa of Avila (npr) 
tergiversation	tergiversation 
tergiverse	dither (vintr.)   
terkat	fur (sb; of a living animal) 
terlique	slipper (sb) 
termen	boundary stone (sb) 
termin	terminus   
termin	term, end (sb) 
terminal	terminal ( adj , sm) 
termite	termite (sb) 
Terra	the Earth (planet)
Terra Nova	Newfoundland (npr) 
terracotta	terracotta (sb) 
terrain	terrain (sb) 
terran	earthling, from the Earth (adj. & sb)
terraplaniste	flat-Earther   
terrasse	terrace (sb) 
terrible	terrible (adj) 
terrier	terrier (dog; sb) 
territorial	territorial
territorial wedor	(sing) = territorial waters (splu) 
territorialo planen	spatial planning
territorium	territory (sb) 
terrorisme	terrorism
tert	third part(y) (adj. & sb) 
tert-mund	Third World 
terter	auger (sb) 
tertiar sector	service sector
tertipe	trick, tip (sb) 
Terto-Stat	Third State 
Tertullian	Tertullian   
terwn	teenager
terwnia	teenage (sb) 
tesedin	finery, set (sb) 
tesghiakh	workbench (sb) 
test	test ( sb & vtr) 
test-tube	test-tube   
testamentar	testamentary   
tetanus	tetanus (sb) 
teterv	grouse (sb) 
Tethys	Tethys (npr) 
tetro	thither (adv) 
teug	(tegu) = thick (adj) 
teugisch	covert (sb) 
teuk	germinate, sprout (vint) 
teul	afford (vtr ) 
teum	inflate (vtr ) 
teun	( tenu ) = thin (adj) 
teuneg	slender (adj ) 
teup	hide oneself (vint / vtr) 
teupsess	stocky, squat (adj) 
teurb	to make out of order (vtr) 
teurs	dry out (vtr/vint) 
teursclehsp	clothes peg (sb)
teursi	drier (sb) 
teursia	drought (sb) 
teursic	torrid (adj) 
teurst	thirst ( sb) 
teurstic	thirsty (adj) 
teursviel	clothesline ( sf ) 
teut	tribe ( sf ) 
teution	chief of tribe (sb) 
teutisk	tribal
texte	text
textenbeorbater	word processor (software)
texture	texture (sb)
tey	to steal
Thaddayos	Thaddeus
thakithami	garret (attic, sb) 
thalamus	thalamus (sb) 
thambra	uproar, din (sb) 
thamf	stench (sf ) 
Thanelwin	Salween   (fluv os Sud-Eust Asia)
thang	seaweed (sb) 
thark	light blue 
Thayland	Thailand (npr) 
theatral binocle	(sing.) = opera glasses
theatre	theatre (sb) 
thebay	Theban
Thebes	Thebes (npr, city of Greece) 
theisme	theism   
theiste	theist   
theme	theme, topic
Theodericus	Theodoric
Theokrit	Theocritus (npr) 
theolog	theologian   
Theophania	Epiphany 
Theophrest	Theophrastus
theoreme	theorem   
theoretic	theoretician, theorist (sb)
theoric	theoretical
theorise	to theorize (vtr)
theosoph	theosophist 
theourgia	theurgy   
theourgia	theurgy
thermes	thermae   (s plu.)
thermic cracking	thermal cracking   
Thermopyles	Thermopylae
thermos	vacuum flask, Dewar flask, Dewar bottle, thermos   
Theseus	Theseus (npr) 
Thessalia	Thessalia   
Thessaloniki	Thessaloniki   
thol	dome (sb) 
thorax	thorax, chest (sb) 
Thoukydides	Thucydides   
Thrace	Thrace (npr) 
thraci	Thracian (adj & sb) 
Thrasymekh	Thrasymachus
thron	throne (sb) 
Thukydides	Thucycides (npr) 
Thule	Thule (npr)
thull	cotter pin (sb) 
thurroa	shoulder bag (sb) 
thuthena	Madonna lily (sb) 
thyrs	thyrsus (sb) 
ti	these, those (undertermined plural nominative & accusative) 
tia !	why ! ( interj. ) 
tib	to thee/you (dative)
tibanch	gun (familiar ! , sb) 
Tiber	Tiber ( npr ) 
tick	tick ( sm ) 
tid	time (sb) (as a definite period, an epoch) 
tieckel	past tense of “tackel” 
tiel	up to, till ( prep ) 
tien	thy, thine, your, yours 
tienbing	beam balance (sb) 
tienghiay	skyline 
tienhuy	oil lamp ( sb) 
tienjien	original, of origin ( adj ) 
tienkau	celestial sphere ( sb) 
tienkiou	weather conditions ( splu ) 
tienkizu	weather map (sb) 
tienmwenday	sky observatory (sb) 
tienxia	anywhere in the world (adv) 
tienyung	(sing) = poor weather conditions (splu) 
tierg	wipe (vtr) 
tiergpapier	kitchen roll, kitchen paper, kitchen towel (BR), paper towel   
tierk	past tense of “tark” 
Tierra del Fuego	[ tyErra del fwEgo ] = Tierra del Fuego 
tiey	past tense of “tay” 
tieyc	past tense of “tayc” 
tiganiza	donut (sb ) 
tigel	past tense of “teigel” 
tighel	crucible (chemicals; sb) 
tigher	tiger ( sb ) 
Tigris	Tigris ( npr ; River of Mesopotamia ) 
tijarat	trade (sb) 
tik	only ( adv ) 
tilde	tilde   
tille	tiller (botany)   
tilmach	interpret (vtr & sb) (translating) 
tilt	drawbridge ( sb) 
timar	horse grooming (sb) 
Timayos	Timaeus (Plato's work; sm) 
timbre	timbre (sb) (voice) 
timian	incense (sb) 
timid	shy ( adj ) 
timorat	timorous ( adj) 
timpan	(a single) timpani (sing; classical music)
Timur	(& Timur Lang) = Tamerlane ( npr ) 
tin	past tense of “tein”; fig tree (sb) 
tincture	tincture (sf ; pharmacy) 
tinghi	retail (sale) 
tingire	pan, copper (sb) 
tint	ink (sb) 
Tintin	Tintin (npr) 
Tintoretto	Tintoretto (npr) 
tintschib	tinted glass (sb) 
tip	past tense of “teip”; tip (advice; sb) 
tipi	tipi
tiptil	stealthily (adv) 
tiquet	ticket   (Druve-ye tod werd ja exist, bet est tik in id englisch dictionar, itak ne bringho ids englishc tarjem)
tiquet	ticket (sb) 
tirade	tirade (sb) 
tirage	newspaper circulation (sb) 
tiret	drawn, pinched, haggard (adj, face) 
Tiryns	Tiryns   
tischa-beav	Tisha B'Av
tischert	T-shirt (sb) 
tissue	tissue (sb) 
tissue papier	tissue paper 
titan	titan
titanium	titanium (sb) 
titille	tickle (vtr ) 
titlo	titlo   
titube	stagger (vint) 
titular	holder, incumbent (adj & sb)
titule	title (sb) 
Titus Livus	Livy (npr) 
tiuna	prickly pear (sb) 
Tiurhevd	Shrovetide (sb) 
tiyak	walking stick (sb) 
Tiziano	Titian (npr) 
tjauk	congee (sb) 
tjurunga	bullroarer   
tjwowschi	clairvoyance (sf ) 
tlabut	rootstock   
to	that (general pronoun) 
to-	away   (verbal prefixe)
toast	toast; behd un toast = to propose to drink a toast
tobian	sand eel (sb) 
toboghan	toboggan (sb) 
tod	that, this (neutral nominative & accusative) 
todegher	(& todeghern) = this morning 
toffie	toffee (sb)
toga	toga (sb) 
togick	tajik (adj & sb) 
Togickistan	Tajikistan (npr) 
tohg	past tense of "tehg"
tohl	past tense of “tehl” 
tohlp	past tense of "tehlp"
tohm	past tense of “tehm” 
tohma	slash, cut (sb) 
tohmika	fanny (BR), peach, flower, kitty (child word for "vulva")   
tohng	past tense of “tehng” 
tohr	past tense of “tehr” 
tohrb	had to (past tense) 
tohrg	past tense of “tehrg” 
tohx	past tense of “tehx” 
toi !	I like that ! 
tokmak	mallet (sb) 
tolk	talk (vint); explain, interpret (vtr), perform (vtr) 
tolkav	talkative (adj) 
tolkdesk	round table (debate)   
tolksioul	topic thread, simply a thread   
toll	customs duty 
tollunion	customs union
tolp	location (sb) 
Tolstoi	Tolstoy
tom	that, this (masculine singular accusative) 
tomate	tomato
tome	tome (sb)
tomographia	scan (sb) 
tomost	cutting, sharp (adj)
ton	tone (sb)
tonal	tonal (adj; music) 
tong	obliged/indebted   
tongjon	compassion (sb) 
tonic	tonic (adj) 
tonic water	tonic water (sb) 
tonnage	tonnage
tonne	tonn (1000 kg)
tonsilitis	tonsillitis   
tontine	tontine (sb) 
top	(& topp) = top (sb) 
topaz	topaz (sb) 
topfhelm	helmet (of armour; sb) 
topic	topic ( sb) 
toplice	hot spring 
toque	toque (sb) 
tor	tower (sb) 
Torah	Torah ( sb) 
torche	torch (sb) 
torcule	(wine, oil) press (sb)
torel	turret   
torf	peat (sb) 
torg	trade (sb) 
torgbalance	balance of trade
torgrepresenter	sales representative (sb) 
torgue	+ acc. = trade in (vtr) 
torlak	stupid, goose (fig !, sb) 
torm	hole ( sb) 
tornado	tornado ( sb) 
torni	religious portal, torii, torana 
tornister	pack-sack (sb) 
toronkha	grapefruit (sb) 
torpede	torpedo (vtr) 
torpedo	torpedo (sb) 
torpedoboot	torpedo boat
torpor	torpor, lethargy sb) 
torque	torque (sb)
torrent	torrent (sb) 
torrette	turret (sb) 
torrid	torrid (adj) 
torsade	twist (of wires)   
torsade	torsade
torsion	torsion   
torsk	cod (sb) 
torso	torso (sb) 
torte	cake (sb) 
torticolis	torticollis, wry neck   
torture	torture   
toru	churning stick 
torubohu	buzz ( sb) 
torubow	hum (vint) 
tos	of that (masculine & neutral singular genitive) 
Toscana	Tuscany
toseh	trough (sb) 
totalitair	totalitarian (adj)
totalitarisme	totalitarianism   
touche	touch (vtr & sb) 
touchecran	touchscreen (sb) 
tour	tour (sb) (visit, ballot round, artist) 
touren	turn (vint) 
touriste	tourist   
touristic	tourist (adj)
tourmaline	tourmaline (sb)
tourniquet	tourniquet; revolving door, turnstile (sb)
tovar	ware, merchandise (sb) (trade) 
towkjian	dirt floor 
townghee	soy germ 
towngji	Winter Solstice 
towsraen	randomly ( adv ) 
tox	yew wood (sb ) 
toxin	toxin ( sb) 
toyu	gorse ( sb) 
trace	trace (sb & vtr) 
traceabilitat	traceability   
track	track (on a disk)
tracking-shot	tracking shot   
trackliste	playlist (on a disk)
tractat	treatise (sb) 
tracte	treat, deal with (a topic) 
tractionstransmissor	power take-off, power takeoff, PTO   
tractor	tractor (sb) 
trafic	traffic (road, sb) 
trafic cone	traffic cone   
traficznayc	traffic sign (sb) 
traficznaycos	signage (sb) 
trafique	traffic (sb; contraband) 
trag	draw, pull (vtr) 
tragedia	tragedy (sb) 
tragher	support (sb) (architecture) 
tragherbalk	dragon beam (carpentry)
tragrect	drawing right (finance; sb)
trahen	trample/tread on (vtr) 
traigv	wheat (sb) 
trailer	trailer (movie)   
train	train (sb; both for "transport" and "garment") 
trainer	coach (sb) 
trainingtrakh	tracksuit   
trainire	to train (ex: sports)   
trainire	train (vtr/vint) 
trait	facial feature (sb) 
traite	slave trade   
traite	treat (vtr) 
traiteit	treaty ( sb ) (international) 
traitement	treatment   
traitement	treatment (sb) 
traiteur	traiteur, caterer   
trakh	(traditional) costume (sb) 
trakh	suit (clothing, sb) 
tram	(& tramvia) = tramway (sb) 
trampa	barter (sb) 
trampolin	trampoline   
trance	trance (sb)
tranche	section (of a project; sb)
tranchee	trench (sb) 
trandafel	dog rose (sb) 
trans	beyond (prep) 
transaction	transaction ( sb) 
transbaur	pierce
transceptor	transceiver (sb) 
transcrib	transcribe
transcript	(& transcription) = transcript (sb) 
transept	transept   
transfer	(to) transfer   
transfer	( transfèr ) = transfer (sb & vtr) 
transference	transferency   (psycho)
transfiguration	transfiguration (sb)
transformator	(electric) transformer (sb); transformator industrie = processing industry
transforme	to transform (vtr)   
transforme	to transform 
transgenos	transgender   
transgression	transgression   
transhumance	transhumance (sb) 
transistor	transistor
transleis	consult (by reading; vtr) 
transmission oisa	drive shaft, driveshaft, driving shaft, tailshaft, propeller shaft (prop shaft), Cardan shaft   
transmutation	transmutation of species   
transparence	transparency
transpiration	perspiration (sb) 
transplantat	transplanted organ   
transplantat	transplant (sb)
transplante	transplantation (sb); transplant (vtr) 
transponder	transponder   
transport	transport (sb; incl. emotion) 
transporte	transport (vtr) 
transposon	transposable element   
Transylvania	Transylvania (npr) 
trapdwer	trap door (sb) 
trapeol	nasturtium ( sf ) 
trapezariya	refectory (sb) 
trapeze	trapeze (sb) 
Trapezunta	Trebizond   
trapper	trapper (sb) 
traque	tracking down (sb) 
tratte	commercial draft 
trauma	traumatism   
trauric	sad, mourning (adj) 
trav	grass ( sf ) 
traverse	rail, cross bar 
travertin	travertine (sb ) 
travestisme	cross-dressing   
travos	turf (sm ) 
travplor	lawn ( sf ) 
travskehr	lawn-mover   
trawler	trawler ( sb ) 
treb	building (sb ) 
trebuchet	trebuchet (sb) 
treff	clubs (playing cards; sb) 
tregv	truce (sb) 
trehc	to displace oneself; displacement
trehd	tread (vtr) 
trehen	wear down/out (vtr ) 
trehkw	wriggle, squirm ( vtr) 
trehm	throb, vibrate (vint) 
trehng	corner, drive back ( vtr ) 
trehp	steer, aim, point (vtr ) 
trehs	shudder, shiver, quiver (vint) 
treht	trot ( vtr ) 
trehv	find, meet ( vtr ) 
treic	braid ( vtr ) 
treiccruce	kick-flip (sb) 
treikw	twist, twiddle (vtr) 
treim	slave away (vint) 
trem	bedside (sb) 
trema	diaeresis   
trembitsa	bugle (sb) 
tremble	tremble (vint) 
tremolo	tremolo
trench	trench coat (sb) 
Trente Glorieuses	Trente Glorieuses
Trento	Trento   
tresur	treasure (sb) 
treud	crush (vtr) 
treus	+ acc. = trust 
tri	three (num) 
triade	triad   
triangle	triangle (sb; including the instrument)
triangular	triangular (adj)
triangular torg	triangular trade   
trias	triassic   
Tribonian	Tribonian   
tribue	assign, allocate (vtr) 
tribuet mikdar unitat	assigned amount unit (Kyoto protocol; sb)
tribulation	tribulation 
tribun	tribune (sb; speaker) 
tribunal	tribunal, court (sb) 
tribune	platform, forum (sb) 
tributaire	reliant, dependant   
tric	past tense of “treic” 
trick	trick (sb)
tricorne	tricorne (sb) 
tricter	funnel; bell of a wind instrument (sb) 
tricterbicair culture	funnel-beaker culture   
tridacna	tridacna (sb) 
trident	trident (sb) 
trieg	past tense of “trag” 
trifel	clover ( sb) 
triga	 triga   
trigrosch	three-pence (fig; of little value; adj) 
trikw	past tense of “treikw” 
trilict	bunk bed (three beds)   
trill	trill (sf ) 
trim	past tense of “treim” 
trimmer	trimmer (tool)   
trimod	hopper (sb) 
trinitat	trinity (sb) 
trinquete	foremast 
trinwir	triumvir   
trinwiria	triumvirate   
triod	triode (sb) 
tripartite	tripartite ( adj ) 
triphthong	triphthong   
tripod	tripod   
Tripoli	Tripoli (npr) 
Tripolitania	Tripolitania
tris	thrice; three of a kind (poker)
Trisina	Troezen (npr; city of Greece) 
trist	sad (adj) (thing) 
triswesgen	Three Sisters (agriculture)
Triton	Triton   (satellite)
Tritwn	Triton, the “Third One” (Indo-European divinity) 
triumph	triumph (sb & vint) 
trivial	trivial (adj) 
Troas	troad   
troglodyte	cave dweller (adj & sb)
trohc	past tense of "trehc"
trohd	past tense of “trehd” 
trohkw	past tense of “trehkw” 
trohm	past tense of “trehm” 
trohng	past tense of “trehng” 
trohp	past tense of “trehp” 
trohs	past tense of “trehs” 
troht	past tense of “treht” 
trohv	found, met (past tense) 
trohvbureau	Lost and Found 
trohven	find (sb)   
Troia	Troy (npr) 
troian	Troyan (adj & sb)
troll	troll   
trolleybus	trolleybus
trombone	trombone (sb)
trompe	trumpet, horn (sb) 
trompe-l'oeil	trompe l'oeil (sb)
trompette	trumpet (sb & vint) 
trope	trope
trophi	trophy (sb) 
tropic	tropic (sb) 
trotuar	sidewalk (sb) 
troubadour	troubadour (sb) 
trouble	trouble (sb & vtr) 
trouvere	trouvère   
trozd	thrush (sb) 
trub	cloudy (liquid, adj ) 
truculence	truculence ( sb) 
trud	past tense of “treud” 
trufel	truffle (sf ) 
trugand	villain, crook (sb) 
truisme	truism   
trukhla	sideboard ( sm ), 
trump	trump (cards, sb) 
trunk	trunk (of tree; torso, sb) 
trupp	troup (sb)
trus	past tense of “treus” 
trust	trust ( sb) 
trusteitos	trusteeship (sb) 
tsaduki	Sadduccee (adj & sb) 
tsang	store up (vtr) 
tsanswan	carbonic acid (sm ) 
tsay	re - (prefix), back (adv) 
tsieng	past tense of “tsang” 
tsk	tut-tut   
Tsour	Tyre (city of Lebanon)
tsui	scorch (vint) 
tsun	shoal (of fish, sb) 
tsunami	tidal wave, tsunami (sb) 
tu	thou, you (nominative singular) 
tualette	toilets (splu); grooming, washing (action, sb)
tualette-papier	toilet paper   
tualette-papier	toilet-paper (sb) 
Tuareg	Tuareg (adj, sb) 
tuba	tuba
tube	tube (sb) 
tuben campan	tubular bells, chimes (splu) 
tubercule	tubercle   
tuberculose	tuberculosis ( sb) 
tuff	tuff (sb) 
tugur	dive, hovel (sb) 
tuibh	tubular ( adj) 
tuich	empty (adj) 
tukan	toucan (sb) 
tul	past tense of “teul” 
tula	balance (sb, same weight) 
tulhauk	garfish (sb) 
Tulkarem	Tulkarm
tulpan	tulip (sb) 
tulumba	water pump 
tum	past tense of “teum” 
tumar	roll of parchment
tumba	somersault (sm) 
tumbh	tomb, tombstone (sb) 
tumor	tumor (sb)
tumrouk	block log (sb) 
tumult	tumult ( sm ) 
tumultueus	tumultuous (adj) 
tun	then (temporal adverb) 
tuna	tuna ( sb) 
tunder	thumper ( sb) ( Dune) 
tuned	hit, thump ( vtr ) 
tunnel	tunnel (sb) 
tup	past tense of “teup” 
Tupeud	Tibet ( npr ) 
tupfer	cotton swap   
Turb	past tense of “teurb” 
turbant	disturbing (adj) 
turbe	bother, hamper ( vtr ) 
turbine	turbine (sb) 
turbulence	turbulence (sb) 
turgescent	turgid (adj) 
Turin	Turin   
Turkestan	Turkestan   
turkmene	Turkmen
turnier	tournament (sb) 
turnover	turnover (sb) 
turpitude	base act, baseness, turpitude
turri	tor (sb; geology) 
turs	past tense of “teurs”; dried, dead, fallen (ex: leaves; adj) 
tursa	dry earth (sb) 
turseina	litterfall, plant litter, leaf litter, tree litter, soil litter, duff   
turtule	turtle-dove (sb) 
turuk	bonito (sb) 
turunch	bitter orange 
turunjan	lemon balm (sb) 
tus	past participle & past tense of “tuned” 
tusent	thousand ( sm ) 
tute	cornet, cone (sb) 
tutelar	guardian, custodial (adj)
tutele	guardianship (sb) 
tuteur	stake, support, prop (for plants)   
tutia	zinc oxide 
tutkal	glue (sb) 
tuvar	tart ( adj ) 
tuvra	monogram (sb) 
tuxule	barrel tap 
tuy	ponytail 
TV carte	TV tuner card
TV Channel	TV channel
TV luckern	television receiver 
TV Serie	TV - Series 
TV-apparat	television receiver 
TV-ehgven	binge-watching, binge-viewing, marathon-viewing   
TV-plor	studio flor (TV)   
TV-serial	   TV-serial
twac	hide, skin (sb) ( scratch ) 
Twantankhaman	Tutankhamun (npr) 
twantao	short sword (sb) 
twarog	quark (sb) 
twehr	swirl (vint) 
twehrel	twirl (vint) 
tweis	twinkle ( vint ) 
tweiser	sparkling (adj ) 
twis	past tense of “tweis” 
twohr	past tense of “twehr” 
twohrel	past tense of “twehrel” 
tyehc	flow (vint); to happen, take place (vint) 
tyehgv	+ acc. = to waive (vtr) 
tyehr	scrub (vtr ) 
tyeic	to make happen, to make flow (vtr) to proceed to 
tymian	thyme ( sb ) 
tyohc	past tense of “tyehc” 
tyohr	past tense of “tyohr” 
typhoid	( feber ) = typhoid fever (sb) 
Typhon	Typhon (npr)
typhus	typhus (sb) 
typic	typical   
typographia	typography   
tyrann	tyrant (sb)
tyrk	turkish (adj & sb) 
tyrkchylyk	Pan-Turkism
tyrkiss	turquoise (sb) 
tyrma	prison-fortress 
Tyrol	Tyrol
tyrrhenic	Tyrrhenian (adj) 
Tyrtayos	Tyrtaeus
tyulbenn	headscarf ( sb ) 
ub	up (adv) 
ubbehrg	to reinforce (vtr)
ubdrabs	upstairs (adv)
ubfall	strike, amaze (vtr) (fig. one's mind) 
ubgwader	step, running board (sb) 
ubgwehm	occur (vint) 
ubiquinone	ubiquinone (sb)
ubiquiteus	ubiquitous   
ubklad	upload (sb & vtr) 
ubnuw	update (sb); past tense of "ubnuwen" 
ubnuwen	update (vtr) 
ubroll	to roll upwards (eyes)
ubrund	to round up (a number)   
ubsell	towering (adj); to tower (vint)
ubslahat	lapel, turn-up (sb) (clothing) 
ubstehlb	to protrude upwards (vint) 
ubstiumep	upgrade (computing)
ubweirt	to enhance the value of (vtr)
uc	past tense of “euc” 
uchaka	pickpocket (sm ) 
uchronia	uchronia   
ud	from (prep) 
udbrehg	break out (vint) 
udclangh	echo (vint) 
uddeilen	compartment ( sm ) 
uddistance	to distance (vtr)   
uddrah	run away / off (vint) 
udghang	exit (sb) 
udglehm	scale ( vtr ) 
udgwah	overtake, go past (vtr ) (movement ) 
udkweiter	cheer up, brighten up ( vtr ) 
udlyehger	outrigger ( sb) 
udmode	to bring out of fashion   
udnov	renew ( vtr ) 
udnovim energia	renewable energy (sb) 
udschalt	crack up (vint) 
udschkembee	gut (vtr ) 
udstehn	detonate (vint) 
udsteigh	scale (vtr ) 
udstraj	unaware ( adj) 
udveic	pull out ( vint) (vehicle) 
udwakt	+ acc. = to be ahead of (in time; vtr) 
udwaldh	(+ acc.) = to impose upon (someone)
udwekwn	mention ( vtr ) 
ughiul	coal (Fr
ujrat	duty, tax, fee (sb) 
ul	past tense of “eul” 
ulama	Ulama ( sm ) 
ulg	faded, withered (adj ); past tense of “eulg” 
ulouk	owl ( sb) 
ulter	besides (prep) 
ultim	ultimate (adj) 
ultramarin	ultramarine (blue)
ultraswon	ultrasound   
ultraswon	ultrasound
ultraswonskweiter	ultrasonography
Ulysses	Ulysses (npr) 
umayyad	ummayad (adj & sb) 
umbella	umbel   
Umbria	Umbria
umum	audience, attendance (sb) 
un	a(n); un pichen = a little bit of 
unanim	unanimous
UNCCA	(Uniet Nations Conference de Commerce ed Antslehnken) = UNCTAD
uncia	ounce (sb) 
uni	to a(n) 
unicitat	uniqueness
unicorn	unicorn (sb) 
unicycle	unicycle (sb) 
unie	unite (sb); "unie-se nerteiht" = "Unity makes strength"
Uniet Arab Amirats	United Arab Emirates 
Uniet Eustindisch Compagnie	(Dutch) East India Company   nl. = VOC
Uniet Stats os America	United States of America 
uniform	uniform (sb)   
uniforme	uniform, even (adj)   
union	union (sb) 
unique	unique (adj ) 
unisson	unison ( sb) 
unitarisme	unitarianism (sb) 
unitat	unit, unity (sb) 
universal bank	universal bank
universe	universe (sb) 
universitat	university (education institution)   
uno	a(n) (before singular maculine or neutral nouns in nominative or accusative)
uns	of a(n) 
unte	during; within a space, through (prep); through where ? (interrogative pronoun)
untitner	one the way ( adv) 
unwan	address (sb; informations) 
upanishad	upanishad (sb) 
uper	over (prep) 
uperag	overrun ( vtr ) 
uperal	raise, heighten ( vtr ) 
uperbeud	to overwhelm (to be too demanding towards)   
uperbord	to jettison (vtr)   
uperbord	overboard (adv) 
upercontor	over-the-counter
uperdah	to hand over (vtr)
uperdeh	to hand over (vtr)
uperdehl	to elude (vtr)
uperdien	at the surface (adv) ( “in the daylight”) 
uperfall	robbery, strike (attack; sb)
uperflutt	submerge  (vtr) 
upergeih	+ acc. = get the better of (vtr) (win against) 
upergenos cousin	cross-cousin   
uperghang	to walk through/over
uperghehld	to prevail (vint)
upergreip	encroach upon (vtr) 
uperhang	overhang (sb) 
uperhaul	overhaul (vtr) (ship) 
uperkeih	dominate (vtr) (in height) 
uperkwehlm	overwhelm (vtr) 
uperleit	do = to pass to (vint; fig)
uperligne	overhead ligne   
uperneih	to make go (into = do)
uperplen	crowded (adj) 
uperpleuk	overfly   
uperskac	vault (sb & vtr; jump)
uperskadh	overshade (vtr)
uperslah	to somersault (fig; ex. car) 
uperspehc	+ acc. = to look out into (fig. view) 
uperstah	superior, senior (chief, sb); to survive, outlast (vtr)
uperswamen	overlord (sb) 
uperswehp	hibernate (computer)
upertrag	hand over (vtr) 
upertrahen	to make overflow (vtr)  
upertrehd	to overflow (vint)
upertrehen	to get through
uperwakh	(+ acc.) =  to watch on 
uperwakht	watch, monitoring (sb) 
uperwaldh	overthrow (vtr) (by force); domination (sb) 
uperwaldhen	overthrowing (sb) 
uperwehgh	to knock down (subject = vehicle; vtr)
uperwehnd	to get the upper hand on (vint) 
uperwehrt	to render, translate (vtr)
uperzug	coating (sb) (fabric cover) 
urad	bough (sb) 
uradel	twig (sb) 
Ural	Ural (npr)
uralsk	Ural (adj.)
urand	supple, flexible (adj) 
uranium	uranium (sb)
Uranus	Uranus (sb) 
urb	city, town (sb) 
urban	urban   
urbanisation	urbanization
urbanisme	city planning
urbcentre	city center (sb) 
urbmap	(& urbplan) = map of the town 
urbmeublar	street furniture
urbrand	periphery (sb) (city) 
urd	soft cheese (sb) 
urg	press, urge (vtr) (to be urgent) 
Uriah is Hittite	Uriah the Hittite (npr) 
urine	urine ( sb) and urinate ( vtr ) 
urne	urn ( sb) 
urng	past tense of “eurng” 
urp	past tense of “eurp” 
urx	bear (sb) 
urxar	bear-tamer (sb)
US	US (Uniet Stats; sb & adj) 
US Secession Weir	US Civil War (npr) 
usbeck	Uzbek (adj & sb) 
Usbeckistan	Uzbekistan (npr) 
uscher	tithe (sb) 
use	+ acc. = use (vtr) 
usrin	aurochs skin (sb) 
usro	aurochs (sb) 
Ussama bin Laden	Ossama bin Laden (npr) 
ustad	master, erudite (sb) 
usucapion	usucapion (sb)
usufruct	usufruct (sb) 
usufructor	usufructuary (sb) 
usurpation	usurpation (sb)
uter	one (of two)   
uter	a(n) [when referring to the member of a pair], one of two 
uterus	uterus (sb) 
util	useful (adj)
utilitar	utilitarian   
utilitarisme	utilitarianism   
uting	iron (for clothes, sb) 
utopia	utopia (sb) 
utopic	utopian   
uyrhur	uighur
vacance	vacancy (sb) 
vacca	cow (sb) 
vaccine	vaccine (sb & vtr) 
vacuole	vacuole   
vadj	sweet flag (calamus)
vaering	Varangian   
vafa	fidelity (sb) (compliance with the rule, the origin) 
vafat	completion (sb) 
vafayi	faithful (to its origin)   
vafel	waffle   
vagabond	vagabond (adj & sb) 
vagder	nomad (adj. & sb) 
vagek	stroller, loafer ( sb ) 
vagh	wague (adj) 
vague	vague (adj)   
vah	near future auxiliary (see grammar) 
vaik	crayfish (sb) 
vainleugh	lie, gossip (sb) 
vajrayana	vajrayana
val	to be worth something (vtr) 
valdhorn	horn (instrument; sb) 
valdrian	valerian (herb, sb ) 
valid	valid (adj) 
valide	validate (vtr)
valise	suitcase (sb) 
valk	trample ( vtr ) (like a fuller ) 
valkyrie	valkyrie   
Valladolid Junta	Valladolid debate   
vallee	valley ( sb) 
Valletta	Valletta (npr) 
vallum	vallum   
valuta	currency (sb) 
valutacurs	exchange rate (sb)
valve	valve (sb)
valvule	pallet (sb) 
valvule capak	cylinder head cover, rocker-arm cover plate   
valz	waltz
vambrakh	vambrace   
vampire	vampire (sb ) 
van	fetch (vtr) 
vandale	vandal (adj & sb)
vandalisme	vandalism
vande	vaunt (vtr) 
vanguardia	vanguard (sb); advanced (adj) 
vanie	vanish (vint) 
vanilia	vanilla (sb) 
vank	wobble, totter (vint) 
vankeih	rock, shake ( vtr ) 
vanna	bathtub ( sb ) 
vannakyal	bathroom 
vansch	wish ( vtr & sb) 
vantage	advantage ( sb) 
vantageus	advantageous ( adj ) 
vapor	steamboat; vapor (sb) 
vaps	make-up (vtr ) 
vapwn	blazon (sb), arms (splu) 
vara	boar ( sb ) 
varak	tinfoil 
varam	lump, tumor ( sb ) 
varbenk	door-to-door / public advertising; canvassing (sb) 
varf	snow-covered top mountain top (sb) 
variable	variable (adj) 
variante	variant (sb)
variat	varied (adj) 
variegat	variegated (adj., from "variegation")   
variegation	variegation   
varietat	variety (sb) 
varosch	town (sb) 
varsa	slope (sb) 
Varschava	Warsaw (npr); Varschava Pact = Warsaw Pact
varye	to vary
Vasco da Gama	Vasco da Gama 
vascular	vascular ( adj ) 
vase	vase (sb) 
vasistas	fanlight (sb)
vast	vast, huge (adj) 
vasya	all the, they all, them all (neutral plural nominative & plural) 
vasyalg	all kinds of 
vasyi	all the (plu; must be declined, see grammar)
vat	bet (vtr) 
vatan	home country (sb) 
Vatican	id - = the Vatican
vatra	hearth (sb ) 
vaucher	voucher (sb) 
vaudeville	comédie en vaudeville (sb) 
vayn	winnow (sb & vtr) 
veau	veal   
vecel	vessel (sb) 
vechernia	vespers   (plu. in Sambahsa)
vecker	alarm clock ( sb) 
vector	vector (sb) 
veda	veda (npr) 
vedanta	vedanta (npr) 
Vedast	Gaston ( npr ) 
vedim !	let's see! ( interjection ) 
vegan	vegan   
vegetarian	vegetarian (adj. & sb) 
vegetation	vegetation (sb) 
vehement	vehement (adj) 
vehicule	vehicle (sb)
vehrbh	recruit (vtr) 
vehrm	worm (sb) 
vehrmsaup	worm-eaten (adj) 
vehrs	shower (rain, sb) 
vehrs	pour (vtr) 
vehrt	estimate (vtr ) 
vehs	wear (vtr) 
vehsmen	dress, clothes (sb) 
veine	vein ( sb) ( blood ) 
veisk	to lime, to make sticky (vtr) 
velcro	velcro   
velin	vellum (sb) 
venaison	venison (sb) 
venapunction	blood test
venchen	deception (sb) 
vene	scour the forest for hunting 
veneg	seller (sb) 
venegautomat	vending machine 
venere	worship (vtr) 
veneri	venereal (adj) 
Veneto	Veneto   
Venezia	Venice
Venezuela	Venezuela (npr) 
venezuelan	Venezuela (adj. & sb) 
venge	venge ( vtr ) 
vengence	vengeance ( sb) 
venkel	office, dispensary, shop, store (sb) 
ventil	gate, seacock ( sb) 
ventilator	cooling fan   
ventilator	(air) fan (sb) 
ventouse	suction cup (sb) 
ventriloque	ventriloquist
venture	venture (vint) 
venture-capital	venture capital   
Venus	Venus (npr; planet)
ver	true (adj) 
veranda	veranda ( sb) 
verbena	verbena (sb) 
verdegreis	verdigris ( adj ) 
verdia	highway   (cf. Eng. "highway")
verdict	verdict (sb) 
verdure	greenery, verdure (sb) 
verdvia	highway 
verft	shipyard (sb) 
verg	to be avoided (vint) 
vergeih	avoid (vtr) 
Vergilius	Vergil ( npr ) 
Veria	the True Faith 
verifie	check, verify ( vtr ) 
verkel	street organ ( sb) 
vermouth	vermouth   
vernacular	vernacular   
verniss	varnish (sb) 
vernisse	varnish (vtr) 
versatil	fickle, changeable   
verset	(& versen) in = (well-)versed in ( adj) 
verslyn	business (sb; trade) 
verslyndirector	manager (sb) 
verslyning	businessman (sb) 
verstep	desolation (sb) (place ) 
vertat	truth (sb) 
vertebrat	vertebrate   
vertex	vertex (geometry)   
vertical	vertical   
vertical bar	vertical bar   
vertigineus	breathtaking (adj) 
vertigo	dizziness ( sb) 
verve	verve   
Vesalius	Vesalius ( npr ) 
vescell	tableware (sb ) 
vescellschkaf	credence, hutch ( sb) 
vesdet	getup, rigg-out (sb) 
vesicule	vesicle   
vesp	wasp (sb) 
Vespasian	Vespasian
vespentaylle	wasp waist (sb) 
vesper	evening ( sb) 
vessel	gay, merry, perky (adj) 
vest	vest ( sb) 
vestal	vestal   
vester	garment, item of clothing ( sb) 
vestibule	hall (entrance room, sb) 
vestige	relic, vestige ( sb ) 
Vesuvio	Vesuvius (npr) 
vetat	estate, private property (sb) 
veteran	veteran (sb) 
veterinar	veterinar (sb)
vetiver	vetiveria (sb) 
vetrin	shop window (sb) 
vetrinsmauter	window-shopping
vetus	olde(n) (vx, adj) 
Vetus Testament	Old Testament (sb) 
veulbh	wrap (up), shroud (vtr) 
veulbhmen	wrapping, casing, housing   
veurn	hurt, wound (vtr) 
veut	old (adj) 
veutach	antiquated   
veutasc	to age, grow older (when referring to a thing) 
veuter	elder (adj) 
veutst	eldest (adj) 
vevd	weft (sb) 
vever	squirrel ( sb ) 
vexe	upset (vtr ) 
via	way (sb) 
via cruces	Way of the Cross
viable	viable (adj)
viaduct	viaduct   
viaghabel	fork (of a way, sb) 
viastamebh	roadblock
vibraphone	vibraphone (sb) 
vic	past tense of “vinec” 
vicar	vicar ( sb) 
vice	vice (prefix); instead of (prep) 
vicel	calf (animal, sb) 
vicinitat	vicinity (sb) 
vicissitude	vicissitude
vicomte	viscount   
victim	victim   
victoria	victory (sb) 
vid	view, sight (sb), see (vtr) 
vidbehnd	+ acc. = blindfold (vtr) 
viddeposit	sight deposit
viden	seen 
videoleik	video game   
videophone	videophone (sb) 
videoprojector	video projector   
videostajer-schop	video rental shop, video rental store   
vidmark	landmark
vidv	widower , widow (adj & sb) 
viel	thread, wire (sb); past tense of “val” 
vielk	past tense of “valk” 
vien	past tense of “van” 
vienk	past tense of “vank” 
vienke	cradle (sb) 
Vienna	Vienna (npr; Capital of Austria) 
viennese	Viennese
viensch	past tense of “vansch” 
vieps	past tense of “vaps” 
vierd	damage, loss, harm (sb) 
vierdnic	prejudicial, evil-doing, harmful (adj) 
vies	your, yours 
viet	past tense of “vat” 
vietnamese	Vietnamese (adj & sb)
vieyn	past tense of “vayn” 
vighab	+ acc. = realize (understand suddenly, vint)
vigil	watchman
vigilant	vigilant (adj ) 
vigla	telescope (sb) 
Viking	Viking (adj , sb) 
vil	vile ( adj ) 
villa	villa (sb) 
village	village (sb) 
villar	hamlet (sb) 
vilpehnd	vilify   
vimb	bream (fish, sb) 
vin	vin (sb) 
vinaigrette	vinaigrette   
vinar	wine grower (sb) 
vinber	grape (sb ) 
vinec	vainquish ( vtr ) 
vinghehrd	vineyard ( sb) 
vingher	European weather loach (sb) 
vinkelak	ticketing device 
vinopsen	wine harvest (sb) 
vinovat	guilty (adj & sb) 
vinyek	vine ( sb) ( plant ) 
viola	viol (music; sb) 
violence	violence (sb) 
violent	violent (adj) 
violett	purple (adj ) 
violin	violin ( sb) 
violoncello	cello ( sb) 
viper	viper ( sb ) 
virbel	tuning peg, tuning key (of a guitar)   
Virbius	Virbius   
vire	veer (vint ; vehicle ) 
virgen	virgin (sb) 
Virgen Insules	Virgin Islands (npr) 
virgenvinyek	Virginia creeper
virid	(plante) = house plant (sb) 
virose	viral disease   
virtual	virtual (incl. "reality")   
virtuoso	virtuoso
virtut	virtue (sb); in virtut + gen = by virtue of
virtuteus	virtuous (adj) 
virulent	virulent (adj) 
vis	saw & seen 
visa	visa (sb) 
vischnia	morello cherry (sb) 
viseur	collimator ( sb) 
Vishnu	Vishnu (npr) 
vision	vision ( sb) 
visite	visit (vtr & sb) 
viskeus	viscous (adj ) 
visor	viewfinder, bombsight, focus ( sb) 
vistop	to get stalled (motor, engine, sb) 
visualiser	visualiser   
vitamin	vitamin (sb) 
viticulture	viticulture, wine growing
vitisme	steep slope (sb) 
vitral	stained glass (as in churches; sb) 
vitrifie	vitrify (vtr)
vitriol	vitriol ( sb ) 
Vitruvius	Vitruvius (npr) 
vitule	fiddle (sb)
vivair	pond (sb) 
vivisection	vivisection
viz	witticism (sb)
vizic	witty   
vlastar	offspring (sb) 
voc	voice (sb) 
vocabular	vocabulary (sb)
vocation	vocation (sb) 
vocbehr	loudspeaker ( sb) 
vochet	lament ( sb) 
vocstump	voiceless (phonetics)   
vocswehner	voiced (phonetics)   
vodou	voodoo (sb) 
vogh	vogue   
vohrbh	past tense of “vehrbh” 
vohrm	past tense of “vehrm” 
vohrt	past tense of “vehrt” 
vohs	past tense of “vehs” 
vol	want (vtr); will (sb) 
volant	flywheel (engine)   
volatil	volatile ( adj ) 
volay	poultry meat
volcan	(& volcano) = volcano (sb) 
volcanic	volcanic (adj ) 
volg	to turn (oneself; vint/vpr) 
volkswagen type oin	volkswagen beetle (volkswagen type 1), bug (car)   
voln	wave (sb) 
Volodimir Sveintoslavich	Vladimir the Great
vols	(sing) = sudden revivals (in a story); past participle & past tense of “volg”; you (2° sing) want
volt	(he/she/it) wants; volt (sb); volt ne volt = whether he/she wants it or not 
voltage	voltage (sb); voltage-tuler = surge protector 
voltage-tuler	surge protector, surge suppressor, surge diverter   
volubil	talkative, garrulous (adj) 
volubilitat	gab, glibness (sb) 
voluntar	voluntary (adj), volunteer (sb) 
voluntariat	volunteering (sub)   
volut	volute, curl (sb) 
volv	overturn, fall over (vint) 
volveih	knock over, overturn (vtr) 
volvwayzd	bindweed
vomeih	vomit (vtr) 
vomit	vomit (sb)
vorace	voracious (adj) 
vos	you (non-nominative) 
voster	your, yours 
voxhall	concourse (railway station, sb ) 
voyage	voyage (sb & vint) 
voyel	vowel (sb) 
vrack	wreckage (sb) 
vragh	brush ( sb) 
vraghbreyel	shrubland   
vraj	witchcraft (sb ) 
vreg	hooked (adj) 
vrehmen	find (sb)   
vrehn	crash into, ram ( vtr ) 
vrehng	picklock (sb & vtr) 
vrehnk	twist ( vint) 
vrehsch	thresh (vtr) 
vreik	heather ( sb) 
vreikst	wrestle (vint) 
vreink	twist ( vtr) 
vren	ram (sb) (tool) 
vret	flock (sb) 
vrick	scull (rowing; vint) 
vrikst	past tense of “vreikst” 
vrink	past tense of “vrink” 
vrink	wrinkled (adj ) 
vriyen	fortlet (sb) 
vrohn	past tense of “vrohn” 
vrohng	past tense of “vrohng” 
vrohnk	past tense of “vrohnk” 
vrohsch	past tense of “vrehsch” 
vroik	heath, moorland (sb) 
vron	crack, split ( sb) 
vrongh	curved (adj) 
vronka	anchorage (sb) 
vulbh	envelope (sb); past tense of "veulbh" 
vulgar	vulgar (adj) 
Vulgate	Vulgate
vulnerable	vulnerable (adj) 
vulp	(& vulpek) = fox ( sb) 
vurnos	injury, wound (sb) 
vurst	sausage (sb ) 
vurstfingher	pudgy finger 
vyeig	weight ( vtr ) 
vyige	weight ( sb ) 
vyigic	weighty ( adj ) 
wa	or/and ( conj ) (that is to say ) 
waber	wade (vint) 
wad	shoal (sb) 
wadel	waddle ( vint) 
wadh	ford (vtr) 
wadi	Wadi ( sb) 
wadwon	meaty (adj ) 
waendow	green pea (sb) 
waenkhoen	resentment, grudge, rancour (sb) 
wafat	death ( sb ) and pass away (vint) 
wag	err ( vtr ) 
waga	(sing) = scales ( splu) 
wagglonce	stray bullet
wagher	club, bludgeon (sb) 
wagin	sheath, vagina ( sb) 
waginkiaut	grooved razor shell   
wagon	wagon (sb) 
wagon-restaurant	dining car (sb) 
wahabia	wahhabism
wahi	stupid, feeble-minded (adj) 
wahid	only (adj ) 
wait	to watch (out for), to be lying in wait for, to be on the watch (vtr ) 
wajib	compulsory (adj) 
wajkh	facial expression ( sb ) 
wakea	definitely ( adv) 
wakel	batch, quantity (sb) 
wakf	endowment (sb) 
wakh	watch over ( vtr ) 
wakhia	guard station (sb) 
wakhmayster	cavalry sergeant (sb)
wakhschat	wilderness ( sb) 
wakht	watch (sb) 
wakhtmayster	leading seaman (sb) 
wakile	sollicitor (law, sb) 
wakt	time ( sb) (duration) 
wakya	event (sb ) 
wakye	happen, occur (vint) 
wal	of choice (selected, excellent)   (nov maynen, adj.)
wal	to choose/accept   (nov maynen, vtr)
wal	well, fit, healthy (adj & adv) 
Walach	Vlach ( adj , sb) 
waldh	dominate, rule (vtr) 
waldman	woodsman 
walg	wobbly ( adj ) 
walik	strong, powerful (adj) 
wall	wall, rampart (sb) 
wallon	walloon
wals	post (sb; employment, custody) 
walses	wellness (sb) 
walsk	native (of the country;  sb, adj)
Walter	Walter
walu	battlefield 
walwal	din ( sb ) ( ! noise ) 
wan	lack, need (vtr & sb)
wanak	leader (sb) (politics) 
wanakti	female leader (sb) 
wand	wave (sb) 
wander	err, wander (vtr ) 
wandlik	wavy (adj) 
wangher	pillow (sb) 
wangwl	corner ( sb ) 
wanwster	omasum (sb) ( 3rd stomach of ruminants) 
wap	water body (sb) 
war	+ acc. = to beware of 
warak	(tree-)leaf   
warak	leaf ( sb ) 
waraka	note ( sb) (written sign) 
warakendoigh	puff pastry (sb) 
warder	watchdog 
wardh	hard, steep (adj ); to take shape, to get upright
wardhdaunteihsa	ortothanasia   
wardhdun	motte-and-bailey castle   
wardheih	wank (sb); jerk off (vint)   
wardhitat	uprightness (sb) 
wardhminegh	to cum sperma (!)   
wardhminegh	urinate vertically (vint) 
wardhpizdan	upright-breasted (adj) 
ware	ware, merchandise (sb) 
warenmoini systeme	product-service system
waris	heir ( sb) 
wark	(poor) wretch (sb) 
warm	warm (adj) 
warmspand	thermal exspansion (sb) 
warmust	mugwort ( sb) 
warn	warn (vtr) 
warp motor	warp drive engine ( Star Trek) 
warren	warren (sb) 
warwn	heaven (sb) 
wasabi	(cren) = wasabi (sb) 
wasaha	vivid description ( sb) 
wasf	quality ( sb) (title) 
wasire	vizier ( sb) 
wassal	to find back each other (vint) 
wassic	reliable (adj) 
wassika	official deed; reliability
wassil	reunion (sb) 
wassila	means (sub. sing.)   
wassila	means (sb) 
wassime	nice (adj) (fig., a quantity) 
wassiye	bequeath (vtr) 
wastah	cause, reason (sb)
wastu	city (vx) 
Wastuwanak	Astyanax   
waswas	nibbling, quibbling (sb) 
WAT	( WirtAddihnTaxe ) = VAT 
wata	cotton wool (sb) 
watei	inspired (adj.)   
watei	inspired (adj.)   
wati	inspiration (fervor)   
watt	watt (sb) 
wau	(artificial) kite (sb) 
waun	camp, encampment (sb) 
waungordos	campsite (sb) 
waunwogh	recreational vehicle   
waunwogh	vardo (sb) 
waurg	press, oppress (vtr); throng (sb) 
waurgpusc	knock into, push (vtr) 
waurgvreink	buckling (ex: metalls)
waurmen	opportunity (sb) 
waurn	sky ( sb ) 
wausk	precious metall (sb) 
waust	in = to lead up to 
wawod	insofar 
wax	shoe polish (sb) 
way	alas, unfortunately ( adv) 
wayang	wayang (sb) 
waynandos	water dropwort (sb) 
wayner	vine branch (sb)
wayt	far, wide (adv) 
wayzd	weed 
wayzdkugla	tumbleweed 
wazd	waste, spoil ( vtr ) 
WC-speuler	flush (sb)   
we	or (disjunctive particle between clauses) 
weben	cold weapon (sb)
webtyohc	news feed (web; sb) 
wed	water (sb) 
wedernt	water table (sb) 
wedirn	game (animal, sb) 
wedkwekwl	water wheel (sb) 
wedligne	waterline ( sb) 
wedmark	watermark ( sb ) 
wedmenegh	( sing ) = waterspouts ( splu ) 
wedor	(sing) = waters (splu) 
wedor cycle	water cycle (sb) 
wedorcim	divide line (sb) 
wedorfront	seafront (sb) 
wedren	aquatic (adj) 
wedri	sterile (adj; neutered male)
wedsaat	water clock   
wedsaat	water clock
wedstress	water stress 
wedu	female (adj & sb) 
wegh	way (sb) 
weghiter	vessel (sb) 
weghtor	driver (sb) 
weh	to blow (wind; vint); weh- X ad Y = to inspire Y with X
wehbh	weave (vtr; incl. fig.) 
wehbh	fabric (sb) 
wehd	marry (a woman; sb) 
wehden	wedding (sb) 
wehdmen	purchase price of the bride 
wehdmonium	prenuptial agreement (sb) 
wehgdel	delivery vehicle (armament)   
wehgh	transport (vtr) (in a vehicle); drive (vint) 
wehghlicense	driving licence (sb) 
wehgv	+ acc. = take a vow of (vint) 
wehkw	+ acc. = to talk to, to express oneself 
wehkwos	expression ( sb ) 
wehl	+ acc. of the person = to want/order someone to 
wehlber	make walk (someone) (vtr) 
wehlp	to hope, expect (vtr)
wehlusia	paradise of fallen warriors (sb) 
wehn	Vanr   (germanic mythologia)
wehn	desire, feel like doing (vtr) 
wehnd	wind ( vtr ); turning point (sb) 
wehng	deploy ( vtr ) 
wehnos	envy, desire ( sb ) 
wehrden	wording (sb) 
wehrg	work (in general)   
wehrg	work (sb & vint) 
wehrg neren	heroic deed (sb) 
wehrgin	chore (sb) 
wehrglieubh	   (kay taye *lieubhwehrg)
wehrmen	coat (armour, sb) 
wehrt	to make/shoot (a movie)   (pro films)
wehrt	turn ( vtr ) 
wehs	be, find oneself (vint) 
Weicmen	inhabited Earth, ecumene 
weictel	abode, binnacle
weid	pass (a text, an act; sb) 
weida	knowledge (sb) 
weidos	way, fashion (sb) 
weidos-ye	by way of 
weidwos	of course (adv); agreed (adj)
weigh	fight (vtr) 
weigh- aretraite	to beat a retreat   
weik	village, town quarter (sb) , inhabit, dwell (vtr) 
weikernam	demonym   
weikimeih	to make inhabitable, to install services on (a terrain, vtr)
weikion	mayor (sb) 
weikspoti	mayor (sb)
weikspotia	chiefdom
weiksteren	urban sprawl 
wein	to become friend/allied with   
weinch	tow ( vtr ) 
weip	swing (vtr), quake (vint) 
weir	war ( sb); weir os religion = war of religion 
weirdo	weirdo   
weirfert	warfare (sb) 
weirt	to be (something) worth 
weis	hatch, open out (vint) 
weitwodd	witness (sb), to testify (+ acc.)
weitwoddia	testimony (sb) 
wekalat	proxy ( sb) ( document ) 
weleng	oriole blackbird (sb) 
welutro	bundle of clothes (sb) 
wensti	bladder ( sb) 
wer	spring (season, sb) 
weragmen	spine 
werd	word (sb) 
werdel	grain storehouse (sb) 
werdskaut	vocabulary (sb)
weren	moult, slough (vint) 
wergoldflor	primula (sb) 
wersi	young animal (sb) (one spring old) 
wert	(clitic particle indicating hearsay language)
wertu	river island (sb) 
werumenos	open-minded (adj. & sb)
werwn	seatbelt, belt (to hold back) (sb) 
weryon	hoop-net (sb) 
weryonmreja	dragnet   
wesar	spring cereal (sb) 
wesneih	bargain (vtr) 
wesno	procurement (purchase contract)
west	west (sb) 
western	western movie   
Westfalen	Westphalia ( npr ) 
Westouper	West Bank ( npr ) 
Wesu	good (thing to protect, to share; sb) 
wetel	yearling, one-year old animal (sb) 
weter	weather (sb) 
weterballon	weather balloon   
weterwehrt	weather vane (sb) 
wetos	year (vx, sb)
weuder	(earthenware) jar (sb) 
weugv	devote, dedicate, vow ( vtr ) 
weul	tear off, pull off (vtr ) ( eg wool) 
weulkw	hang about (vint) 
weulos	fleece ( sb) 
weulost	fleecy, hairy (adj) 
weundel	undulation   
weundel	wave, undulate (vint) 
weur	(weru ) = broad ( adj ) 
weurbande	(Internet access) = broadband
weurng	grouse (human, vint) 
weursedd	broadseat (kenning for “Earth”) 
weus	rise (vint) (celestial body) 
weux	to feed oneself (on = ep, ex : animals, plants) 
wey	we 
whisky	whisky (sb) 
wi	own (adj) 
wicca	wicca (np) 
wich	mountain maple (sb) 
wid	past tense of “weid” 
wideuv	rob (vtr ) 
widu	woodland (sb) & wooded area (sb) 
wieber	past tense of “waber” 
wiedel	past tense of “wadel” 
wiedh	past tense of “wiedh” 
wieg	past tense of “wag” 
wiekh	past tense of “wakh” 
wieldh	past tense of “wieldh” 
wien	past tense of "wan"
wiender	past tense of “wander” 
wier	past tense of “war” 
wierdh	past tense of "wierdh"
wiern	past tense of “warn” 
wieurg	past tense of “waurg” 
wieust	past tense of “waust” 
wiezd	past tense of “wazd” 
wigh	fighter (adj. & n. ); past tense of “weigh” 
wighplav	fighter airplane   
wighplav	fighter airplane (sb ) 
wijdan	rapture (sb) 
wik	past tense of “weik” 
wikpact	sedentary (as opposed to "nomadic"; adj)
wild	wild (adj) 
wild magv	feral child, wild child   
Wilhelm	William (npr) 
Wilhelm Tell	William Tell   
Willem os Orange	William of Orange (npr) 
win	friend (vx; sb; as a prefix, means "amicable") 
winch	winch (sb); past tense of “weinch” 
wind	wind (sb) 
windbrehg	windbreak   
windcutt	squall (sb) 
windok	leaf window (sb)
Windows Portfeuyl	Briefcase (from Microsoft Windows)   
windrose	wind rose 
windschib	windscreen (sb) 
windschibtierg	windscreen wiper (sb) 
windstill	windstill
windturbine	wind turbine (sb) 
Winnie Pou	Winnie the Poo (npr) 
winoye	se con = to take up again with (someone)
winpartie	exhibition game (sporting event)   
winter	winter (sb) 
wintersport station	ski resort (sb) 
wintric	wintry (adj) 
wip	past tense of “weip” 
wir	man ( sb) (male) 
wirathat	inheritance ( sb ) 
wirghehld	weregild (sb) 
wiropeku	with all hands   (adv.)
wirt	tails of a coin; value (sb); past tense of “wirt” 
wirtgheightel	money-backing (sb)   
wirtic	worthy (adj; = of the same value) 
wirtpapier	security (finance, sb)
wis	past tense of “weis” 
wisan	cattle horn ( sb) 
wisel	weasel ( sb) 
wisga	rod ( sb ) 
wisk	past tense of “weisk”; mistletoe (sb) 
Wisla	Vistula (npr) 
wista	headband (sb) 
wisteria	glycine, wisteria (sb) 
wisu	in all directions   
wiswank	universal, overall   (maynend "wohrten kye wiswens/wiswa")
wiswi	all (vx. , without any exception, masc. & indet. plural)
witek	chaste tree (sb) 
witer	opposite (adj)
witerom	opposite (adv/prep)
witersaison	off-season   
witerstah	to stand up to   
wiver	wyvern, wivern   
wobhel	weevil (sb) 
wodstu	breeding (sb) 
woenschice	greenhouse (sb) 
wogh	car, wain, chariot (sb) 
woghbleigen	vehicle lighting
woghdwer	carriage door (sb) 
woghfort	wagon fort, wagon fortress, corral   
woghlo	mob ( sb ) 
woghsaceina	car pound (sb)
woghsunduk	trunk (USA, CA), boot (UK), dickey (India)   
woghwakhter	franelero (person whose main activity is guarding or keeping an eye on cars parked in several streets, very common in Latin America)   
wogv	vow ( sb ) 
wogwn	wedge (sb & vtr) 
wogwni	moldboard (US), mouldboard (UK)   
wohbh	past tense of “wehbh” 
wohd	past tense of “wehd” 
wohgh	past tense of “wehgh” 
wohgv	past tense of “wehgv” 
wohkw	past tense of “wehkw” 
wohl	past tense of “wehl” 
wohlber	past tense of “wehlber” 
wohlp	past tense of "wehlp"
wohn	delight (sb); past tense of “wehn” 
wohnd	past tense of “wehnd” 
wohng	past tense of “wehng” 
wohnic	delicious ( adj) 
wohrg	past tense of “wehrg” 
wohrt	past tense of “wehrt” 
wohs	found oneself (past tense) 
woibh	canvas ( sb) (cloth) 
woid	to know (irregular, see Grammar) 
woik	household (sb) 
woikia	habitation, dwelling (sb) 
woiknom	sparing (adj)
wolf	wolf (sb) 
wolfander	werewolf (sb) 
wolfmuk	snapdragon (sb ) 
wolfolak	lycanthrope (sb) 
wolfram	tungsten (sb ) 
wolfslaz	trou de loup, tiger pit   
wonday	temperate area 
wong	down ( sb) 
wonk	bent (adj) 
wortok	quail (sb ) 
wostia	rivermouth ( sb); neck of bottle (sb) 
Woten	Odin, Woden (Germanic God; sb) 
wowngschui	aqua regia (sb ) 
wox	wax (sb) 
woxfigure	wax sculpture
woxu	spirited (adj) 
wugv	past tense of “weugv” 
wul	past tense of “weul” 
wulka	igniting brand (sb) 
Wulkan	Vulcan (npr) 
wulkw	past tense of “weulkw” 
wuln	(& wulna) = wool ( sb) 
wultu	look, air, appearance (sb) 
wundel	past tense of “weundel” 
wurc	wart ( sb ) 
wurng	past tense of “weurng” 
wus	past tense of “weus” 
wux	past tense of “weux” 
X-rai	X-ray (sb) 
Xanthip	Xanthippus   (ner ! Perikleusios pater)
xehn	kill ( vtr ) 
xeih	hold, detain (vtr ) 
xeikhay	mortal coil (sb) 
xeimen	field, domain (sb) 
xeitel	field, domain (sb) 
xeitelnam	domain name
xekwan	blood vessel 
xenophobe	xenophobe   
xenti	thorny bush (sb) 
xep	half-light (sb) 
xeubh	project, throw ( vtr ) 
xeud	push ( vtr ) 
xeudil	projectile, missile (sb) 
xeur	shave ( vtr ) 
xiau	filial piety 
xiaunki	fragrance (sb ) 
xiawngja	in times past (adv) 
xieday	laziness (sb) 
xiengi	visionary (adj & sb) 
xigsi	(sing ) = frolics ( splu ) 
xih	past tense of “xeih” 
xikji	very rare (adj ) 
xingyi	Lunar New Year ( sb) 
xiongbu	chest (anatomy, sb) 
xisey	regulations (sb) 
xiter	settler
xiti	colony, settlement (sb) 
xition	head of colony 
xitu	establishment, settlement (sb) ( location , building) 
xliche	swerve (vint ) 
xohn	past tense of « xehn » 
xor	short, shorn (ex: grass, hair; adj) 
xouba	jerk, jolt (sb.)   
xouba	jolt ( sb) 
xubh	past tense of « xeubh » 
xud	past tense of “xeud” 
xur	razor ( sb); past tense of “xeur” 
xurmiech	razor blade (sb) 
xwenyung	enhance ( vtr ) 
xyang	to hold out one's neck 
ya	yes 
yabis	dandruff (sb) 
yadi	if only 
yaegi	coconut tree (sb) 
yagh	to fetch (food) (hunting, fishing, gathering) 
yagher	hunter-gatherer 
yagorida	green grape 
yagwa	puberty   (imkan kay se reproduce)
yah	to tell yes to, to approve 
yahadi	judaic, jewish
yahadut	judaism (sb) 
yahsa	endorsement (sb) 
yak	to heal, form a scar (vtr) 
yakht	yacht ( sb) 
yakhting	yachting (sb) 
yakin	sure, certain (adj) 
yakonien	felon, lawbreaker ( sb) 
Yallah !	My God! 
yalos	ardor ( sb) 
yamurluk	greatcoat (sb) 
yana	vehicle (fig. ex: thought)   
yando	sometimes (adv) 
Yangon	Yangon, Rangoon (npr) 
yani	that is to say 
yanki	yankee
yant	as soon as ( prep ) 
yantra	press (sb) ( machine ) 
Yapheth	Japheth (npr) 
yar	year ( sb) 
yarinventar	inventory 
yarkan	jaundice (sb) 
yarlay	last night (adv) 
yarmerc	annual fair (sb) 
yarwg	rill, footing trench 
yasa	(evil) witch (sb) 
yaschi	too, also (adv) 
yasmin	jasmine (sb) 
yasp	jasper (sb) 
yastiyantra	cross staff (sb) 
yastreb	goshawk (sb) 
yat	be zealous (vint ) 
yataghan	yataghan (sb) 
yatimkhaneh	orphanage   
yatun	zealous (adj) 
yatunia	zeal (sb)
yau	cradle (vtr); yau- sien cap = to nod one's head gently 
yaumdang	lewd
yaung	seedling ( sb ) 
yaungbak	seedbed, seedling bed (bin used to grow vegetables seeds, which can later be transplanted)   
yaungeina	seedbed, seedling bed (plot of garden set aside to grow vegetables seeds, which can later be transplanted)   
yavasch	sweet (adj) ( tobacco ) 
yavia	channel ( sb ) (for irrigation ) 
yawm	day & night (sb ) ( 24 hours ) 
Yawm Kippur	Yom Kippur (npr) 
yawmiye	daily wage 
yawryiss	rocking chair 
yayc	to beg for (vint) 
yaz	overflow ( sb) 
yazg	revere ( vtr ) 
yazget	venerable (adj) 
yazgidi	yazidi
yazgos	awe (sb) 
ye	undetermined preposition; (as a hyphenated suffix) makes adverbs 
ye cada cost	at all costs 
ye dohbro tid	timely 
ye mieno mayn	in my opinion 
ye swoweida ed suaweida	in good conscience   
yeamban	savage ( adj ) ( uncivilized ) 
yebhto	the fuck !    (adverb)
yed	yet, however ( adv) 
yegil	ice cube (sb ) 
yehbh	+ acc. = have sex with (vtr) 
-yehbt 	the fuck !    (enclitic)
yehs	boil ( vtr ) 
yeis	send ( vtr ) 
yeister	to be in one's rutting/heat period   
yeji	according to 
yeken	sedge (sb ) 
Yekhoniah	Jechonias (npr) 
yeleck	vest ( sb ) 
yelez	common dace (sb) 
yelk	wicker (willow, sb) 
yem	twin (sb , adj) 
yenicheri	janissary   
yerub	small grouse 
yesmen	strap (sb ) 
yeudmo	man (as a combatant; sb) 
yeusmen	belt (sb) 
yidisch	yiddish
yiegh	past tense of “yagh” 
yiek	past tense of “yak” 
yiet	past tense of “yat” 
yieyc	past tense of “yayc” 
yiezg	past tense of “yazg” 
yifuku	clothing (sb) 
yiieu	past tense of “yau” 
yilgin	tamarix (sb) 
yinbow	trick, arrangement
yinjier	accordingly 
yinjier-alamat	therefore sign   
yinkhung	to behave shamelessly ( vint) 
yinkwa	causation (sb ) 
yinlik	Chinese calendar (sb ) 
yipingia	greatcoat (sb) 
yis	past tense of “yeis” 
yo	(yo(s)/ya/yod) = non-restrictive relative pronoun (literary use, see Grammar) 
yo(s)	which (non-restrictive relative pronoun, comes hyphenated as an enclitic just after the verb   
yod	that (indicates the reason)
yoeng	Chinese shadow puppet
yoengschi	Chinese shadow puppetry
yogurt	yogurt (sb) 
yohbh	past tense of “yehbh” 
yohs	past tense of “yehs” 
yoin	(bul)rush ( sb) 
yoingkhwa	cherry blossom 
yoinkandel	rushlight   
yoinkjiae	musical scale (sb ) 
yoinscha	tuning-fork (sb) 
yoister	rut, heat   
yoitkwe	in such a way that
Yokaste	Jocasta (sb) 
Yonan	Ionia (npr) 
yonani	ionian (adj & sb) 
yonkrull	thicket of reeds ( sb) 
Yosua	Joshua (sb) 
youbel	to be jubilant (vint); jubilation (sb) 
yougye	se con = to take up again with (something)
yow	comfortable (when referring to a person, sb) 
yowkjitia	body ( sb) ( living being ) 
yowngki	bravery ( sb) 
yowrlan	yachting (sb) 
yowrleing	ghost, revenant (sb) 
yu	you (nominative) 
Yudi	Jewish ( sb , adj ) 
yuessuek	thimble ( sb ) 
yuessuekphel	foxglove (sb) (plant) 
yuft	Russian leather, yuft (sb) 
yug	yoke   
yug	yoke (sb); past tense of “yuneg” 
yugsment	beast of burden (sb) 
yugwit	eternal life 
yugwiv	live forever (vint) 
yui	sad (adj) 
yukha	fish soup (sb) 
yukji	wet season 
yukwi	swimwear, swimsuit 
yular	lanyard ( sb) 
yum	leaven (sb) 
yun	young (adj) 
yuneg	join, connect (vtr ) 
yungh	ship's boy (sb) 
yunghy	young sailor (sb) 
yunkci	inflexible will (sb) 
yunker	petty country gentleman
yunyun	and so on 
yupkwt	hard-boiled (fig.)
yurgan	eiderdown (sb) 
yurlin	rainforest 
yutien	rainy weather 
yuwen	young man, youth (sb) 
yuwenc	young person ( sb) 
yuwent	youth (age, sb) 
Yvain	Yvain   
za	in the back of (prep) 
zabaan	flying spark (sb) 
zabakh	to cut one's throat 
zaboun	helpless ( adj ) 
zabt	accuracy ( sb) 
zadah	illegitimate ( adj) 
zafaran	saffron ( sb) 
zagar	bloodhound (sb) 
zaghyah	close ( vint ) 
zaghyan	close ( vtr ) 
zahid	reclusive ( adj), recluse (sb) 
zahil	forgetful (adj ) 
zahr	die, dice ( sb) 
zaka	zakat   (Islam)
zaker	dick, cock (! sb) ( penis) 
zakhmat	discomfort, malaise (sb) 
zakir	pious (adj) 
zakoum	oleander 
Zakynthos	Zakynthos ( npr ) 
zalal	fault, defect (sb) 
zalalat	meanness (sf ) ( fig ) 
zalalcircule	vicious circle   
zalim	ruthless ( adj ) 
zaliss	amuse, entertain (vtr ) 
zam	broth (sm ) 
zaman	time, epoch (sb) 
zamihr	personal pronoun 
zamindar	landowner (sb)
zamt	velvet (sb) 
zamtic	smooth (adj) 
zanbiu	praise (sf ) 
zanchey	temporary ( adj ) 
zanchou	decapitate (vtr ) 
zangir	chain (sb) 
zangirring	chainring (bike)   
zangirrot	sprocket   
zani	adulterous
zanji	negro ( sb ; ! ) 
zann	battlement, indentation ( sb) 
zantan	+ acc. = sing the praises of 
zara	buttermilk (sm ) 
Zarathuschtra	Zoroaster ( npr ) 
zarbatana	blowgun ( sf ) 
zargan	garfish (sb) 
zariya	means (sub. sing.)   
zariya	means (sb) 
zark	cattle-pen ( sb) 
zarkar	goldsmith (sm ) 
zaruri	+ dative = it is up to 
zawk	flavor (sb) 
zaworts	backwards (stepping; adv)
zayf	indisposed, unwell (adj) 
zazzer	mop of hair 
Zebedee	Zebedee (npr)
zebra	zebra   
zebulun	Zebulun (npr)
Zeila	Zeila   
Zeila	Zeila
zeirp	chirp (vint) 
Zekharyah	Zechariah (npr)
zekhtin	olive oil 
zembile	catjang (sb) 
zenith	zenith (sb) 
zephyr	zephyr ( sb) 
zero	zero (num) 
zero-risk	zero risk   
zevzeck	silly (adj) 
zeys	ryegrass (sf ) 
zeytoun	olive tree 
zeytuni	olive green 
zgarda	necklace for animals 
zibel	garbage ( sb ) 
zibelfiullbassein	spent fuel pool   
zibelkreihna	civic amenity site
zibelkreihsa	waste sorting
zibelpuwner	dustman (sb)
zibett	civet   ("musk-cat")
ziel	aim (vtr & sb) 
zielt neicen	targeted killing
zigzagh	zigzag (sb) 
zikkurat	ziggurat (sb) 
Zilla	Zillah (npr) 
zina	adultery ( sb) 
zinat	attire ( sb) 
zindan	penal colony (sb) 
zingimber	ginger (sf ) 
zinhaar !	Beware! Caution ! 
Zion	Zion (npr) (Jerusalem) 
zionim	Zionist
zionut	zionism
zip	zip(per) (sb) 
zirah	chainmail (sb) 
zirek	sagacious, wise (adj) 
zitvar	artemisia cina (sb) 
ziyan	fierce, unremitting ( adj ) ( person , animal) 
zizania	wild rice, Canada rice, Indian rice, water oat   
znayc	to beacon (vtr); sign (sb) 
znieyc	past tense of “znayc” 
zodiac	zodiac
zograf	house painter (sb) 
zombie	zombie   
zone	area, zone (sb) 
zonenplan	zoning (sb)
zonot	cenote (sinkhole)   
zoo	zoo (sb) 
zoonose	zoonosis   
zoum	zoom
zowngschie	anyway (adv) 
zrehl	ripe (adj); to ripen 
zrohl	past tense of “zrehl” 
zubb	(sing) = drumsticks (splu) 
zulf	ringlet (sb) 
zulm	wrong (sb) 
zulu	zulu
zumbule	hyacinth ( sb ) 
zumbulenard	spikenard (sb) 
Zurich	Zurich
zvilikh	ticking (sb) 
zwaugean	sitting meditation (sf ) 
zwaujece	setback (sb) ( defeat ) 
zwayako	suppository ( sf ) 
zygote	zygote   

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