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A

A per (a düp = per hour); at (at 2 dollars
each = a dolars tel).
AB but
AD for, in order to, to
ADAS that, to (after positive: Binom tu liegik,
adas vedom tifan = He is too rich to
become a thief)
ADEL to-day
ADELO to-day
ADYÖ! good-bye!
AG! oh! (cry of pain/surprise)
AGÖDO this morning
AI always
AIPO after each
AIPOS after every... (aipos dels tel = every other
day)
AL, ALIK each, every
ALDELIK daily
ALMULIK monthly
ALNA each time
ALO at any rate, in any event
ALSEIMIK any; whatever; whichever
ALYELIK annual, yearly
ANEITO to-night
ANIK several, some
ANU at this moment; now
APOSZEDELO this afternoon
AS as
ASOAR this evening
ASOARO this evening
ASÄ as (conjunction)
AT this
ATIMO at present
ATOS this (abstract pronoun)

Ä

ÄDEADÖL deceased
ÄDEL yesterday
ÄDELO yesterday
ÄL facing; toward(s)
ÄNEITO last night
ÄNU (just) recently
ÄS as (preposition); like
ÄSÄ as, like (conjunction)
ÄSI as also
ÄSOARO last evening
ÄSVA as if, as though
ÄSVO as it were
ÄVIGO last week
ÄYELO last year

B

BA perhaps
BABÜLONÄN Babylonia
BADIK bad
BADIKUM worse
BADIKUMO worse (adverb)
BADIKUMÖN to deteriorate
BADIM pessimism
BADIMAN a pessimist
BADIMIK pessimistic
BADINILUD a suspicion
BADINILÜDÖN (TEFÜ) to suspect
BADOCEDÖN to take amiss
BADÖF spite
BADÖFAFREDIK frivolous, mischievous
BADÖFIL mischievousness
BAFOD a moustache
BAGAF a paragraph
BAI... according (to)
BAIÄDIKO accordingly, correspondingly
BAIÄDÖN (BAI) to agree, to be in accordance (with), to correspond (to)
BAICEDÖN (KO) to agree (with)
BAIK eventual
BAIKO possibly
BAILÖN to let (house, etc)
BAIODÖN (KO) to confer (with); to liaise (with)
BAISENÄL sympathy
BAITIMÄDIK up-to-date
BAITON harmony
BAITONIK harmonious
BAITONÜKÖN to tune (a musical instrument)
BAIVÖGÖN (BAI, KO) to agree (with)
BAKAN a baker
BAKASTON a brick
BAKÖP a bakery
BAKTER a bacterium
BAKTERAV bacteriology
BAKUD an abacus
BAKUN a balcony
(bakun balid = dress circle;
(bakun telid = upper circle;
(bakun kilid = (the) gallery)
BAL one (number) (bal len votik = next to each
other)
BALAN one (person)
BALAT a piece, a unit
BALATIK single
BALÄD a contract, an essay, a treaty
(bai baläd = on a contract)
BALÄDIKÖN (KO) to come to terms (with)
BALÄDÜKÖN to arrange (by mutual consent); to reconcile
BALÄT unity
BALHON a unicorn
BALIB a beard
BALID first
BALIDAN former (person)
BALIDBITID first performance
BALIDNAEDO for the first time
BALIDO firstly
BALIK single, sole, unique
BALION a million
BALIONAN a millionaire
BALNA once
BALÖN to unite
BALSAMIN balsam
BALSAMÜKÖN (to) embalm
BALSOTIK one kind of
BALUGIK simple
BALUGÖF simplicity
BAM a bench, a seat
BAMBUD bamboo
BANACEM a bathroom
BANATOP a (seaside) resort
BANATÜB a bath (tub)
BANOREM a panorama
BANK a bank (commercial)
BANKAZÖT a banknote
BANÖN (IN) to bathe (in)
BANÖP a seaside resort
BAOL a ball (dance)
BAOLET ballet
BAONAN a baron
BAPÄLIK base, mean
BAPIK inferior, low
BAPÜKÖN to abase
BARAK a barn
BASIN a (water) basin
BARIKAD a barricade
BASKÜL a weighing machine
BATAFLAPÖN to whip
BATATONÄT crack of the whip
BATÜL a whip
BAVET an apron, a pinafore
BAZIL a bacillus, a germ
BÄAD ebony
BÄJUNIK beige
BÄK a back
BÄKABOM a backbone, a spine
BÄKABOMAKÖLÜM a spinal cord
BÄKASIEM (the) reverse edge
BÄKAVIREB vertebra
BÄL a berry
BÄLÄT a meadow
BÄLÄTÖP grazing land, pasture
BÄLD old age
BÄLDAGRAVIK venerable
BÄLDÄDAN an old pal (= a mate)
BÄLDÄDIK longstanding, old
BÄLDIK old (in years)
BÄLDIKAM the ageing process
BÄLDOT (years of) age
BÄLDOTAKOMPENAN a contemporary (person)
BÄLID abdomen, belly
BÄLUN a balloon
BÄLUNAFLITAN a balloonist
BÄN low tide, ebb tide
BÄNSIN petrol
BÄNSINACUB a petrol tank
BÄNSINAFEGEB petrol consumption
BÄNSINÖP a petrol station
BÄNÜPO at low tide
BÄNYUN a banjo
BÄTAZIB a bait
BÄSET a basket
BÄSIN china
BEB an onion
BEBÜL a chive
BED a bed
BEDASTOFED bedlinen, bedsheets
BEFEILÖN to cultivate
BEFEIT a dispute
BEFEITOVIK disputable
BEFOÖN to precede
BEG a request
BEGAPENÄD a (written) request
BEGESAG a reply
BEGESAGÖN to reply
BEGÖ! (if you) please!
BEGÖN to beg, to supplicate
BEGÖN SÄKUSADI (EKE) to apologize (to someone)
BEGUN a begonia
BEIAN a passer-by
BEIGOLÖN to go past
BEITIL a bite, a snack
BEITÖN to bite
BEIVEGÖN to go past
BEJEDÖN to strew
BEJÄFÖN to attend (to), to deal (with), to supervise
BEKOMÖN to attend, to be present at
BEL a mountain
BELEGIVÖN to reward
BELESEATÖN to lay siege to, to occupy
BELETÄVÖN to explore
BELIFOT an experience
BELIFÖN to experience, to undergo
BELODÖN to load
BELÜGÖN (EKI) to mourn, to grieve (for someone)
BELUTED hawking, peddling
BEM a beam (structural)
BEMAGIVÖN to charm, to enchant
BEMASTIKÖN to master, to overcome
BEMASTÖN to master, to rule
BEMEKÄDÖN to overpower
BEMÜL a perch
BENÄD grace
BENEN a banana
BENODÄLIK beneficent
BENODISTÜKÖN (OKI) to excel
BENOBLÄFÖN (EKE BOSI) to reward (someone with sthg)
BENODAN (HI / JI) benefactor, benefactress
BENODISTÜKÖN OKI (to) distinguish oneself
BENODUGÄLIK well brought up, well-reared
BENOFÄT (good) fortune
BENÖF harmony
BENOKÖMAGLIDÖN to welcome
BENOKÖMÖ (INI) welcome (to)
BENOLAB prosperity, well-being
BENOSEK a 'hit', a success
BENOSEVÄDIK well-known
BENOSMEKIK delicious
BENOSMELOT a perfume, scent
BENOSUF success
BENOSÜPOT a surprise
BENOVIM a good mood
BENOVIPÖN to congratulate
BENÜKÖN to benefit
BENÜPENÖN to fill in (forms)
BEPENAM a description
BEPENÖN to describe
BER a bear
BERAV booty, plunder
BERAVÖN to despoil, to plunder
BERJEN egg-plant
BERÜL a bear-cub
BESÄKÖN to interrogate
BESEIDÖ! engaged (not free)
BESEITÖN to lay (with concrete, pebbles, etc)
BESEPEDÖN to tread (grapes)
BESMILÖN to ridicule
BESPIKAN an interviewer
BESPIKÄB an interviewee
BESPIK an interview
BESPIKÖN to interview
BESTEIFÖN to aspire to; to strive after
BESTEPÖN to set out
BESTÜRÜLÖN to scatter
BET a (flower) bed
BETAD beetroot
BETIKÖN to consider
BETUN concrete
BETIKÖN to consider
BEVEGÖN to travel
BEVOBÖN to work on
BEVÜ among, between
BEVÜSPAD a gap
BEXÄNÖN to ascend, to go up
BI because
BIAD a birch (tree)
BIB a bible
BID a kind, a race, a sort, a species
BIDÄD a breed, a race
BIDÜ of the kind . . .
BIEDIK bitter
BIEGÄDÖN (OKI) to bend, to stoop
BIEN a bee
* bienadomil = a beehive
BIGIK fat, thick
BIJOP a bishop
BIJUT a jewel
BIJUTEL a jeweller's (shop)
BLEGÄL (mental) flexibility
BIL bile
BILASTON gallstone
BILIET a ticket
BILIETABÜR a booking-office
BILIET GEIK a return ticket
BILIET MOIK a single ticket
BIMÜL a bush
BINÄD a component, an ingredient
BINÄDON (ME) to consist (of)
BINÄDÖL composite
BINÄL being, heart and soul
BINÄLIK essential
BINÄLIKO in essence
BINET ele3ment
BINOD a structure
BINÖN to be
BIOMAGODEM a biopic, film, motion picture, movie
BIOSKOPÖP a cinema
BIR beer
BIRIBÖTIDÖP a pub
BIRÖN to brew
BISÄ provided that
BISAR oddity
BISARIK odd, strange
BISKIT a (cream) cracker
BISKUT a biscuit
BIT a procedure
BITIKAM behaviour, conduct
BITIKÖN to make an appearance
BITÖN to act, to behave
BITÜRAN a graduate
BLADOKVÄNÖN o blow out
BLADÖN to blow
BLADOSVOLÜKÖN to blow up, to inflate
BLAMILÖN to quibble
BLAMÖN to blame, to reproach
BLASFÄMÖN (DÖ) to curse, to swear (about)
BLÄFÖN to repay
BLÄGAKOLAT anthracite
BLÄGARIBEDABÄL blackcurrant
BLÄGIK black
BLÄNDANAF a battleship
BLÄNDAVAB a tank (military)
BLEBÖN to remain (to be)
BLEDEMABOBOT a leafy arch
BLEGIK bent, curved
BLEGÜLOVIK flexible, pliable
BLEGÜKÖN to bend, to flex
BLEIBÖN (+ INFIN) to remain (bleibön stanön = to remain
standing)
BLEIN blindness
BLEINANATONATEM braille
BLEINANIPLED blind man's buff (= game)
BLEINIK blind
BLEINIKÖN to become blind
BLEINÜKÖN to blind
BLESIRIK nice, pleasant
BLIBÖN to remain, to stay
BLIG duty, obligation
BLIGÄD an authorization, an exercise, a lesson, a task
BLIGIDÖN to commit (oneself); to do business)
BLIGÖN to obligate, to oblige
BLIMÖN to equip, to fit out
BLIMOT equipment
BLINÖN to bring
BLIT (a pair of) trousers
BLITIPOLIANS (a pair of) bracers
BLOD a brother
BLOG a sheet
BLOKAFLUT a recorder (musical instrument)
BLOTIKÖN to crouch down
BLOTÖFIK crouching down, stooping
BLOTÜKÖN (OKI) to make (oneself) insignificant
BLÖB blubber
BLÖF a proof (=evidence)
BLÖFÄDÖN to argue, to reason
BLÖFED a syllogism
BLÖFÖN to give proof, to prove
BLÖG a clod, a clump
BLÖT a bosom, a breast, a chest
BLÖTAKEV thorax
BLÖTATÄT nipple
BLÖVIK blue
BLUD blood
BLUDASOLIDOTIL a blood clot
BLUDIPED blood pressure
BLUF a test, a trial
BLUFÖN to prove, to test
BLUK a brook, a stream
BLUNEDÖN to baptize
BLUNÖN to dip, to plunge
BLUVIK amazing
BLUV confusion
BLUVIKO in amazement
BLUVÖN to be perplexed
BLUVÜKÖN to amaze
BLÜDÖN to bleed (someone) (medical)
BLÜMÄL attentiveness, presence of mind
BLÜMIK ready
BLUMÜKAMATAB a sideboard
BLÜNOTS supplies (= goods)
BLUNÖN to plunge
BLÜMÜKÖN to prepare
BLÜNÖN to provide
BLÜTÖN to bruise, wound
BO possibly, probably
BOAD wood (substance)
BOATAGOLÖN to limp
BOATAN a cripple, a lame (person)
BOB bow (=arc)
BOBÄD an arch (= building)
BOAD wood
BOBOTIKÖN to form an arch
BOD bread
BODEL a baker's (shop)
BODIÄR a bread bin
BODIFILÄDÖM a (bread) toaster
BODÜL a (bread) roll, bun
BOED a board, a shelf
BOEDASKAF a platform
BOFIK both
BOG a box, a chest
BOID a ship's deck; (in boid = on board)
BOIDASTUTÖM a balustrade, a handrail
BOIDÖN (OKI) to embark
BOK a box
BOLIÄR a tureen
BOLIT politics
BOLITIK political
BOM a bone
BOMEM a skeleton
BON a (broad) bean
BONÄT a bonnet, a cap
BONED an order (for goods)
BONEDÖN to order (goods); to book (a place)
BORD board (= lodgings)
BORDÖP a boarding-house
BOS something
BOSIL a little bit
BOSKOTAN a scout
BOT a boat
BOTUR a bittern (bird)
BOUM a bomb
BOV a basin
BOVED a plate
BOVIL a dish
BOVILAVACIN a dishwasher
BOVÜL a cup
BÖB a purse
BÖD a bird
BÖDAN a fowler
BÖDAVAN an ornithologist
BÖFÖN to be silly, to have fun, to lark about
BÖKAN a coachman
BÖKET a bucket
BÖLADÖN to annoy, to bother
BÖLADIK annoying, bothersome, a nuisance
BÖMÄNIK Bohemian
BÖNIÄLIK favourable
BÖR butter
BÖSIN porcelain
BÖTAN a waiter
BÖTÄDIL a minibar
BÖTÄDARAMAR a serving cabinet (for food/drinks)
BÖTÄDÖP a pub
BÖTÖM a tray
BÖTÖN to serve (meals and drinks)
BRAD an arm (=limb)
BRADASTUL an armchair
BRADASTUTÖM an arm-rest (on chair)
BRADÖN to embrace
BRAKAGLOKIL a wrist-watch
BRAMARUBUD a blackberry bush
BRAFIK able, capable, popular
BRAFÖ! Well done!
BRANÖN to vibrate
BRASID a cabbage
BRAUNAKOLAT soft coal
BRAUNIK brown
BREFABÜIK recent
BREFIK short
BREFÜKAM an abbreviation
BREIKÖN to break (something)
BREIN a brain
BREINAPARALÜD a stroke
BREKOD a break, a fracture
BREKOTÖN to fragment
BREKOVIK delicate, fragile
BREKÖN to break (= become broken)
BREKÜLOVIK brittle
BRIDÖN to breed, to bring up, to rear
BRIKOD an apricot
BRIETIK drunk, inebriated, intoxicated
BRIETÜKÖN to intoxicate
BRIKODEP an apricot tree
BROADOT a broadcast
BROADÖP a (radio/TV) station
BRODÖN to embroider
BRODOT an embroidery
BROJÜR a brochure
BROKAN a broker
BROKAT brocade
BRON trachea
BRONATUIGS bronchi
BRONSÖT bronze
BRUÄT a wheelbarrow
* bruätavobod = a rough task
BRUL a tangle
BRUMÖN to buzz, to hum
BRUVÖN to sniff
BRÜOM embryo
BRÜYÄR heather
BRÜYÄRALÄN heathland
BUB a cow
BUBAMIT beef
BUBÜL a calf
BUBÜLAMIT veal
BUÄD an advantage
BUDAN a buddhist
BUFOD a toad
BUEG a beech (tree)
BUFOD a toad
BUG a bay
BUIDÖN to hedge in
BUIKUMO preferably, rather
BUJID a sparking plug
BUK a book
BUKARAMAR a bookcase
BUKÄDAN a book-keeper
BUKEM a library
BUKISELAN a bookseller
BUKISELIDÖP a bookshop
BULÄD a blister
BULIK bubbly
BULIL a bubble
BUM construction
BUMOT a building
BUMÖN to build, to construct
BUN a jump, a leap, a spring
BUNÄDÖN to skip
BUNDAN abundance
BUNDANIK abundant, plenty
BUNÖN (LOVE) to jump, to leap, to spring (over)
BUNASTAFABUNAM (the) pole vault (= athletics)
BUNDANIK abundant, in plenty
BUO preferably
BUON a cork
BUÖN to prefer
BUT a boot
BUÜKÖN to prefer
...ago (bü yels tel = two years ago)
before (preposition)
BÜAD a decree
BÜÄ before (conjunction)
BÜÄTAN (the) late lamented
BÜÄTO formerly
BÜD a command, an order
BÜDAKIP a (mental) reservation
BÜDÖN to command, to order
BÜDÜLÖN to prescribe
BÜFÄT a sideboard
BÜFIK preliminary, provisional
BÜFO for the time being
BÜG a can, a tin
BÜGIMAIFÜKÖM a can-opener, a tin-opener
BÜGOLAN a harbinger, a herald
BÜGUTÖN to taste
BÜIK former, preliminary, previous
BÜIKÜNO first and foremost, firstly, in the first place
BÜK print
BÜKOT a printed paper
BÜKÖN to print
BÜMAL a prerequisite, a sign
BÜMICÖDOT a prejudice
BÜMICÖDÖN to prejudice
BÜN a pear
BÜO before, formerly
BÜOCEDÖN to suppose
BÜOLOGED a preview
BÜOLOGÖN to foresee
BÜOMESÜLÖN (AD) to take precautions (to)
BÜOSAGAN a fortune teller
BÜOSAGÖN to forecast, to predict
BÜOSTIP a prerequisite
BÜOVITÖN to avoid
BÜR an office
BÜSID business
BÜSIDAN businessman
BÜSIDACIF executive, manager
BÜZIB an hors d'oeuvre, a starter

C

CAFED a kettle
CAFÄD a casserole, a saucepan
CAL employment, occupation, profession
CALAFOVAN a successor
CALAKOMIT an official duty
CALAN a clerk, an official
CALASVIST a colleague
CALONUNODAN a reporter
CALÖFIK official
CAM a chamois
CAN(S) goods
CANAMAGAD a warehouse
CANISELIDÖP a department store
CARAD a locust
CAVÖN to yawn
CÄDIK distinguished, excellent, highly respected
CÄF a beetle
CÄLAN an employer
CÄLÄB an employee
CÄLODÖN to appoint
CÄLÖN to nominate
CÄNAMON change (cash)
CÄNÖN to change, to exchange
CED an opinion
CEDIDÖN to feign, to pretend
CEDÖN to mean
CEK a cage
CEL a cherry
CELABIM a cherry-tree
CELEP a cherry-tree
CEM a room (in house)
CEMAKLOT a dressing gown
CENAVAMIK cold-blooded
CENO alternately, for a change
CENÖN (AD) to change (into), to turn (into)
CIEL a gill (of fish)
CIF a chief, a director, a head
CIFAZIF chief, main, principal
CIFODANEF (the) authorities
CIL a child, an infant
CILAJIDÜNAN a (children's) nurse
CILASAIKUL a tricycle
CILIJIKÄLÄDAN a child-minder
CILIL a baby
CILÖFOT childishness
CILÜP childhood
CILÜL a kiddie
CIM a chimney, a (ship's) funnel
CIMAMULÜR a mantelpiece
CIN a machine
CINALEÜL machine oil
CINÄDAN a (mechanical) engineer
CINEM machinery
CIP a splinter
* (pöteta)cips = crisps
COG fun, humour
COGEDÄL a sense of humour
COGIK funny, humorous, jokey
COGÖN (DÖ) to jest, to joke (about)
COL violoncello
COP a hoe
CÖDAL a judge
CÖDAN a magistrate
CÖDÄD a lawsuit, a trial
CÖDÄDÖN to bring to trial
CÖDETADEIDÖN to execute (= put to death)
CÖDETÖN (EKI AD) to condemn (someone to)
CÖDISPIKED a verdict
CÖDOT a judgment
CÖDÖN to judge
CÖG chess
CÖGAPIÄD a chess piece
CÖPILÖN to chop up
CUB a cistern, a tank
CUBANAF a tanker (ship)
CUBAVAB a tanker (lorry)
CUK a donkey
CUVÖN an axe, a hatchet
CÜG a cheek (part of face)
CÜN a chin
CÜTID a deception
CÜTIDÖN to deceive
CÜTOD a deception, a disappointment
CÜTÖN to deceive


D

DA through
DABAILÖN to farm out, to lease
DABENO blissfully
DAIF a banquet, a feast
DAIL a parliament
DABIN existence
DABINANEF everyone (in a certain place)
DABINÖN to exist (dabinos = there is (are)
DABLÜNÖN to extradite
DABRIDÖP a nursery (for flowers, plants)
DABÜKAN a publisher
DABÜKÖM a printer (computer, etc)
DABÜKOT an edition
DABÜKÖN to publish
DACEIN a transmutation
DADEADÖN to become extinct
DADEIDÖN to exterminate
DADRÄNÄLAM stress
DADRÄNÄLIK stressful
DADRANÖN to pierce
DADUNÖN (to) carry out
DAEMED a redoubt (military)
DAEMOD a dyke, a rampart
DAET a date (fruit)
DAF a badger
DAFAINIK shrivelled
DAFAMÜL a family line
DAFOMÖN to develop fully, to train
DAFREDÜKÖL delightful
DAFRONIKÖN to shrivel, to wither
DAG darkness
DAGEBÖN (MONI) to invest (money)
DAGIK dark
DAGLOF development, growth
DAGLOFÖN to develop, to grow
DAIF a banquet, a feast
DAIFAN a connoisseur
DAIFIDAN (HI-/JI-) a host, a hostess
DAIFIDÄB (HI-/JI-) a guest
DAIFOTÜL a morsel, a treat
DAIL parliament
DAIVÖN to dive
DAIVÜLÖN to somersault
DAJÄF (general) activity, coming and going
DAJEK terror
DAJOIKÜLÖN to push, to shove
DAJONÄD an exhibition, trade fair
DAJONÄDÖN to exhibit
DAJONÖN (OKI) to appear
DAKIPÖN to hold, to maintain, to retain
DAKONSÄLAM a consultation
DAKONSÄLÖN (to) counsel
DAKONSÄLAN a counsellor
DAKOSÄD traffic
DAKOSÄDASIRK a (traffic) roundabout
DALABAN an owner, a proprietor
DALABOT a property
DALABÖN to possess
DALABÜKÖN to maintain
DALEBÜD an (official) edict
DALEFAT a great-grandfather
DALEK a Dalek
DALEMOT a great-grandmother
DALESKOP a telescope
DALESTÜM awe, esteem
DALESTÜMIK highly esteemed
DALIAD a dahlia
DALILAN a listener
DALILANEF an audience
DALILÖN to listen to, to pay attention to
DALOGAL an inspector
DALOGAM an inspection
DALON (the) constitution
DALONÖN to constitute (= to adopt constitution)
DALÖN (+ INFIN) to be allowed to (=may)
DALUIMÜKÖL sodden
DALUKÄM a surgical camera
DALUKÖTETAV key-hole surgery
DALUSKOP a microscope
DALUVAL microcosm
DAN thank(s)
DANOTÜKÖN to make known
DANÄDÖN to acknowledge, to be indebted to
DANÄDÜ thanks to...
DANÖF gratitude
DANÖFIK thankful
DANÖN to thank (danön demü/pro = to thank for)
DANÜD a dance
DANÜDÜM a dance (tune)
DANÜDÖN to dance
DAOPTAN an adoptive parent
DAOPTÄB an adopted child
DAPEBÖN pounding, thumping (of heart)
DAREIGÖN to dominate
DAS that (conjunction)
DASAMAN an exemplar, a model, a paragon
DASÄKÖN to interrogate
DASENÄLIK sensitive
DASEVÖN to realize, to recognize
DASLEITÖN to slash, to slit, to tear apart
DASTUN a sensation
DASTUNANUN a sensational report
DASUEMÖN to (mentally) realize
DASUMÖN to accept
DAT so that (conjunction)
DATIKÖN to devise, to think out
DATIKOVIK imaginable
DATOMÖN to torment
DATONÖN to ring out
DATUVOT an invention
DATUVÖN to invent
DAUK a carrot
DAÜKÖN to saturate
DAÜLAN an adult
DAÜLÜP adulthood
DAUN down (=fluffy feathers)
DAUT a daughter
DAV dew
DAVÄL an election
DAVATOF a dewdrop
DAVED emergence
DAVEDÖN to appear suddenly
DAVEDÖP a birth-place
DAVEDÜKÖN to bring about, to cause, to effect
DÄBEJÜTÖN to shoot off
DÄDIK defective, impaired
DÄDIKÖN to break down, to fail
DÄDILEDIKÖN to crumble
DÄDILEDÜKÖN to crumble (bread, etc)
DÄG a dagger
DÄGÖN to stab
DÄK a deck (on board ship)
DÄL permission, concession
DÄLAB charter
DÄLÄDÄB a deputy
DÄLÄDO duly
DÄLÄLIK indulgent, lenient
DÄLOD (social) atmosphere
DÄLÖN (+ INFIN) to allow, to permit
DÄLTAD a delta
DÄM damage, a disadvantage
DÄMIK harmful
DÄMÜ to the detriment of
DÄMÜKÖN to damage
DÄPÄB an adept
DÄPÖN to initiate
DÄROPÖN to disrupt
DÄRVID a dervish
DÄSÄRT a desert
DÄSINÖN to draw, to sketch
DÄSINOTABIOSKOP a cartoon (= animated film)
DÄSPERÖN to despair
DASTEIF ambition
DÄSTEPÖN to spurn
DÄSTURÖN to disintegrate
DÄT a date (calendar)
DÄTAGÖN to trample down
DE of, from
DEADAM death
DEADANAGALÄD wake (after persons’s death)
DEADANÖP cemetery
DEADAPÖNOD (the) death penalty
DEADIK dead
DEADIYUF euthenasia
DEADÖN to die
DEB a debt
DEBETÖN to owe (money)
DEBÖN to owe
DEF a defect, a deficiency
DEFAL litter, rubbish, trash
DEFALIÄR bin, waste basket, trash can
DEFÄDÖN to be in need, to be in want
DEFIK deficient, imperfect
DEFÖN to be deficient, to be lacking, to fail
DEG ten
DEGBAL eleven
DEGIV delivery, surrender (of goods)
DEGTEL twelve
DEGTELAT a dozen
DEGYEL a decade
DEIDACÖDETÖN to sentence to death
DEIDÖL fatal
DEIDÖN to kill
DEIFLODÖN to freeze to death
DEIJÜTÖN (EKI) to execute (someone) by shooting
DEIKAM a digression
DEIKÖN to digress, to stray
DEILÄGÖM gallows
DEILÄGÖN (EKI) to execute (someone) by hanging
DEIMÖN to reject
DEKÄTAN a dean
DEKLAM a declamation
DEKLINÖN to decline (nouns)
DEKOTÖN (to) decode
DEKUL December
DEKÖN to decorate
DEL a day
DELABUK a diary
DELAGASED a newspaper
DELAPRIM daybreak
DELFIN a dolphin
DEM regard
DEMILÖN (DÖ) to be petty (about)
DEMOD an indirect object (grammar)
DEMOKRAT democracy
DEMÖN to mind, to note, to regard, to take notice of
DEMÜT extortion
DEN a rapier
DENSITIK dense, thick
DENSITÜKIAN a condenser
DENU from then on, henceforth
DEPÜTANEF a delegation, a deputation
DEPÜTÄB a deputy, a member of parliament
DERÖNÖN to start (a race)
DESEDAN a sender
DESIN an intention, a plan, a purpose
DESINO deliberately, on purpose
DESIR a desire, yearning
DESIRIK anxious
DESIRÖN to desire, to yearn
DETÄV departure
DETÄVÖN (DE) to depart (from)
DETIK right-hand
DEÜKÖN to remove, to take off
DEVEGAM setting out (on journey)
DEVID foreign exchange
DI from, of (with names of cities, countries, regions)
DIABÜL an imp, a little devil
DIAGUNIK diagonal
DIALIM idealism
DIAMET diameter
DIATEK (NULIK) The New Testament
DIÄT a diet
DIB a depth
DIBIK deep
DIBOT a (specific) depth
DICETASITOT digestive system
DICETÖN to digest
DIDO certainly, indeed
DIENTIFÄD identification, an identity card
DIFIK different
DIFÖN (DE) to differ (from)
DIGIDÖN to appreciate, to esteem
DIGIK dear, esteemed, lovable
DIGÄDIK valuable, worthy
DIGÄDÖN to be worthy of, to be of value
DIGIDÖN to appreciate
DIKOT a diktat (of dictator)
DIKTORAN a dictator
DIL a part, a portion
DILAM a division
DILÄDÖN (VÜ) to divide (among)
DILÄM a dilemma
DILED a piece
DILEKÖN to conduct (orchestra)
DILET an element
DILIJAN a carriage, a stage-coach
DILO partly
DILOD a share
DILODÖN to share
DILOT a deal, a part (of a whole)
DILÖN to divide, to part
DIN a matter, a thing
DINAMIT dynamite
DINÄD a circumstance, a condition
DINDUN a turkey
DINIT a dignity
DINITALEOD hierarchy (non-religious)
DINOSAUR a dinosaur
DIOTIK idiotic
DIPAN a diplomat
DIS under
DISÄRT desertion
DISBOVEDIL a saucer
DISEIN an aim, a plan
DISEINÖN to aim, to mean
DISIN a design, a plan
DISINÖN to design, to plan
DISKUDIJEDAM (the) discus throw (= Olympics)
DISLIENÜKÖN to underline, to underscore
DISMELANAF a submarine
DISÖN to diminish
DISPENÄD a signature
DISPENÖN to sign
DISSILIK open-air
DISSTÜTOT a base, a plinth
DIST an (essential) difference
DISTÖN (DE) to distinguish (from)
DISTIDÖN to distinguish, to make a distinction
DISTIK distinct
DISTÖFIK various
DISTRENAVEG the underground (railway)
DISTUKÖN to destroy; to devastate
DIT separation
DITAVÖL diaphragm
DITIBÖN to hand out
DITÖN (DE) to separate (from); to take leave (of)
DISTRENAVEG underground (railway)
DITRET distress, an emergency
DITRETAJÄNIL communication cord (on train)
DITRETAJOLAM an emergency landing (aviation)
DITRETAKLOK a warning bell (in distress)
DIUM a (spiritualist) medium
DIUR daytime
DIURETIN diuresis (medical)
DIV a treasure
DIVODIK devoted
DIVODÖN (+ dative) (to be) addicted (to)
DIVÖP a treasure house
DO although, though
DOAT a finger
DOATABOMIL phalanx
DOATAHÄT a thimble
DOATANUEL a fingernail
DOATÖN to touch
DOBÄLIK false
DOBIK false, wrong
DOBÜKAM a falsification
DOBÜKÖN to fasify, to spoil
DOCOD (the) Doge (=Venetian ruler)
DOD disapproval, misgiving
DOFIK dull
DOG a dog
DOJEDÖN (OKI) to prostrate (oneself)
DOJOIKÖN to overturn, to upset
DOK a doctorate
DOKAN a doctor
DOKÜM a document
DOKÜMAM documentation
DOL pain, suffering
DOLIK hurting, painful
DOLÖN to hurt
DOM a house
DOMARAV a (house) burglary
DOMATRIP rates (for house, etc)
DOMAL a master (of household)
DOMINOV dominoes (= game)
DON bottom (not top)
DONADIL LÖPIK upside down
DONAJUL a lower (primary) school
DONAMAXÜL (the) lower jaw
DONAPLANEM undergrowth
DONATEAD ground floor
DONIO downwards
DONO below, down
DONÜ below
DONÜKÖN to lower
DOSLEATÖN to demolish
DOT a doubt
DOTIK doubtful
DOTIMIK sceptical
DOTÖN (DÖ/TEFÜ) to doubt
DÖB guilt
DÖBAT a debate
DÖBIK guilty
DÖBIKÖN to be found guilty
DÖBOT fault
(döbot duton lü ol = it's your fault !)
DÖDEL Thursday
DÖFÄD a shortcoming
DÖFIK defective
(rif döfik = a flat tyre)
DÖM thumb
DÖNU again
DÖNUAM a repetition
DÖNUAMAPLÄG a rehearsal
DÖNUAMO repeatedly
DÖNUBUMÖN to rebuild
DÖNUKOPAM reincarnation
DÖNUKOPÖN (to) reincarnate
DÖNULIFÜKÖN to revive
DÖNULOGÖ! see you soon! so-long!
DÖNUPENÖ! write again soon!
DÖNUOD a refrain, a repetition
DÖNUÖN to repeat
DRAK a dragon
DRAMATAN an actor
DRAMATAV drama
DRAMATÖN to dramatise
DRANÄDAN an intruder
DRANÄDIK intrusive
DRANÄL a compulsion
DRANÖFIK urgent
DRANÖN to press, to rush (of blood, etc)
DRAT wire
DRÄGUN a dragoon (military)
DRÄNÄL an affliction
DRÄNÖN to press, push, shove
DRÄTODÖN (OKI) to train (= sports)
DRÄTÖN to train (= animals)
DRED fear
DREDÖN to fear
DREDABIK awful, fearful
DREDÄLIK apprehensive, anxious
DREDÄLÜKÖN to alarm, to demoralise
DREDILIK uncanny
DREDIK afraid
DREDÖF cowardice
DREDÖN (DEMÜ) to be afraid (of)
DREFÄB a (human) subject, a victim
DREFIK relevant
DREFÖN to affect, to strike
DREMÄL anxiety
DREMET a vibration
DREMÖN (DUB/SEKÜ) to tremble (with)
DREN a tear
DRENAMEAT tear duct
DRENÖN to cry, to weep
DRENÜKÖN to distress, to upset (= to make cry)
DRIM a dream
DRIMÖN to dream
DRIN a drink
DRINAMON a gratuity, a tip
DRINED a beverage
DRINOD a drink
DRINÖN to drink
DROG a drug
DROLIK comical
DRUMÖN to drone, to hum, to roar
DU while
DUBÄ because (conjunction)
DUBO thereby
DUBÜKÖN (to) reset (page) (computger)
DUGÄDÖN to accompany (to go with)
DUGÄL education
DUGÄLÖN to bring up, to educate, to raise
DUGED a (musical) accompaniment
DUGIAN a 'mains' connection (for gas, water, etc)
DUGOLÖP a corridor
DUGÖN to direct, to manage, to lead
DUINAFÄGIK efficient, competent
DUINAVOTEM a repertoire
DUINOD an achievement
DUINOT an attainment, a deed
DUINÖN (to) achieve
DUJETAPARAT a shower fitting
DUK a dock
DUKÖP a dockyard
DUL a duration
DULIK chronic, lasting
DULOGAMOVIK transparent
DULÖFIK durable, settled (of weather)
DULÖN (DÜ) to last (for)
DUMIK dull (=of tone)
DUN an action
DUNALEFOM active voice (grammar)
DUNAMOD a policy
DUNETATAB a (shop) counter
DUNETÄB a client, a customer
DUNETÖN to serve (someone)
DUNIKOD a fanatical act
DUNODÖN to act (as); to function
DUNOT a deed
DUNÖF activity
DUNÖN to do
DUODEN duodenum
DUBÜKÖN (to) reset (page) (computer)
DUSTODAN an industrialist
DUTÖN (LÜ) to belong (to)
during
DÜD a paper bag
DÜF hardness
DÜFÄLIKO hard-heartedly
DÜFIK hard
DÜFIKAM hardening
DÜKÄN a duchy
DÜNÄDÖN to do military service
DÜNAN a servant
DÜNASPADÄD a service area
DÜNET an errand
DÜNOT a service
DÜNOTAN a (shop) assistant
DÜNÖN to serve
DÜP an hour, o'clock
* a düp = per hour
DÜPAFOLDIL a quarter of an hour
DÜPAKOUN a time zone
DÜPATELDIL half an hour
DÜTÖN to appropriate

E

E and
EBO just, precisely
ED and (before vowels)
EFE indeed, but...
EK anybody, anyone, someone
EKÖ here is (are)
EKÖMÖLAN a new arrival
EL (article for foreign words)
ENEITO the night before last
ENU just now
ET that (determiner)
ETDELAO from that day on
ETOS that (abstract pronoun)

F

FA by
FAALIK pale
FAB a fable
FABRIKAM (the) manufacture
FABRIKÖP a factory
FABRIKÖN to manufacture
FABRIKOT a product
FAD a thread
FAEM hunger
FAEMADITRET a famine
FAEMIK hungry
FAFAR a fanfare
FAG distance
FAGIK distant, far
FAGOSEATIK remote
FAGOT a distance
FAGOTABUNAM (the) long jump (= athletics)
FAGOTALEIGIK parallel
FAGOTILÜ a short distance from
FAIB a fibre
FAILAM a (financial) failure
FAILAN a bankrupt
FAILOT a ruin
FAILÖN to go bankrupt
FAINIKAM fading, withering
FAJISTIK fascist
FAL a fall
FALAJELÖM a parachute
FALOK a falcon, a hawk
FALÖN to fall
FALSÄT a high-pitched voice
FAM fame
FAMIK famous
FAMÜL a family
FAMÜLANEM a surname
FANAPLED a (game of) 'tig'
FANÄBAM imprisonment
FANÄBÖP a prison
FANÄBÖPÄB a prisoner
FANÄBÖPÖN (to be in) prison
FANÄBÜKAMABÜD a warrant (for the arrest of)
FANÄBÜKÖN to arrest
FANÄDÖN to catch, to snatch
FANÖN to catch
FAR a lighthouse
FARIN pharynx
FARM a farm
FARMADOM a farmhouse
FARMAN a farmer
FASAD a facade
FASILIK easy
FASILOT a facility
FAT a father
FATÜL KRITID Father Christmas
FATÜITIK arrogant, conceited
FAVIK glum, morose, upset
FAVÖN to upset, to worry
FÄD a chance event, a coincidence
(ma fäd = at random)
FÄDIK accidental, by chance
FÄDIKO as it happens, perchance
FÄDO by chance, unexpectedly
FÄG an ability, a faculty
FÄGIK able, capable
FÄGIKO ably, capably
FÄGÖN to be capable, to be in a position to
FÄKAM emotion, fervour
FÄKÄD excitement
FÄKÄDIK excitable
FÄIKNIBÖN to squeeze together
FÄIKNOPÖN to button up
FÄISKRUBÖN to screw down
FÄISTEIGÄDÖN to plug, to stop up
FÄITANÖN to bind up
FÄKÄDIKO emotional
FÄKÄDÜKÖN to excite (emotionally)
FÄKIK emotional, moved (emotionally)
FÄKIKÖN to be moved (emotionally)
FÄKÖN to be touched (emotionally)
FÄKÜKÖL ardent, highly emotional
FÄKÜKÖN to move (emotionally)
FÄLID a valley
FÄNÄDÖN to flutter, to wave
FÄNÖM a ventilator
FÄRMÜKAMAMUSKUL sphincter
FÄRMÜKÖN to close, to shut
FÄRMÜKÖN ME LÖK to lock
FÄTOT destiny, fortune
FE it's true that
FEABLUNEDÖN to re-baptize
FEAFOMÖM a tramsformer (electrical)
FEAJAFÖN (AD) to convert (into)
FEALOTÄDÖN to remove (= move house)
FEAPLADÖN to download [computers]
FEATONATAM transliteration
FEATONATÄT a transliteration
FEATONATÖN (to) transliterate
FEBAKATÄD working capital
FEBÄD a (commercial) enterprise
FEBOD occupation, trade
FEBUL February
FED a federation, league
FEDIK federal
FEDÖN (KO / TA) to be in league (with / against)
FEELID a freckle
FEFIK grave, serious
FEFILÜKAM combustion
FEFO in earnest
FEGEBÖN to squander
FEIFÖN to whistle
FEILALÄNED arable land
FEILAM agriculture
FEILAN a peasant, a rustic person
FEILANIK rural
FEILAV agriculture
FEINIK fine
FEINÜKÖL rarefied
FEL a field
FELIFÄDÖN to spend (time)
FEMUR a femur
FENIK tired
FENÄT a window
FENÄTABOED a window-sill
FENÄTIKLINÜKAN a winder cleaner
FENÜKÖN to exhaust, to tire
FERABEM an iron beam
FERIN iron
FERINAMÜN iron ore
FEROD a rail
FERODARUTAVEG a train track
FESÜL a (blood) vessel
FEUDIM feudalism
FIBIK weak
FIBÖFIK mild
FID food
FIDACAN crockery
FIDACEM a dining room
FIDASTAFIL a chopstick
FIDÄD a meal
FIDÄDAKAD a menu (table d'hôte)
FIDED a dinner
FIDEDÖN to dine
FIDOVIK eatable, edible
FIDÖN to eat
FIDUIN completion
FIDÜP a mealtime
FIED faith
FIEDIK faithful
FIEN interest (=financial return)
FIF a fever, a temperature
FIFÖN to have a fever, a temperature
FIG a fig
FIGUR a figure, a form
FIJESIPED (= fibot jelasita pedagetöl) = Aids
FIKULIK difficult, hard
FIL a fire
FILAMASTÖF fuel
FILASEPÜLÖP a crematorium
FILAZÄP a (pair of) tongs
FILÄT a net
FILED a burn (=injury)
FILETATOP a hearth
FILETATOPAFÖN an (open) fireplace
FILID ignition (of car)
FILIDÖM a lighter
FILIDÖN to ignite, to kindle, to light
FILIG a fern
FILM a film (filmastelan = a film star)
FILOSOP philosophy
FILÖN to burn (=be burning)
FILÜKÖN to burn up
FIMÄDÖN to harness, to make firm
FIMEKÖN to complete, to finish
FIMIK fast, firm
FIMÜKÖN to fasten, to fix
FIN a conclusion, an end
FINEN finance
FINIDÖN to abolish, to bring to an end
FINOT an (ultimate) end, an extremity
FINÜKÖN to conclude, to end, to finish
FIR a fir (tree)
FIT a fish
fish and chips = fit e pötetüls
FITAVATIÄR an aquarium
FITEMAVATIÄRÖP Public Aquarium
FIV a pool
FIZIR an officer
FLAB a piece of cloth
FLAD a bottle
FLAG a flag, a standard
FLAGEDÖN to ask, to demand, to insist on
FLAGIÄLIK demanding
FLAGÖN to require
FLAM a flame
FLAMOT a taper. a torch
FLAMÜLÖN to flicker, to glimmer
FLAN a side
FLANÜ apart from
FLANÄD a wing (of building)
FLANATAB a sideboard
FLAP a hit, a smack
FLAPIL a slap
FLAPILAKREM whipped cream
FLAPÖN to beat, to hit, to slap, to strike
FLÄKÖMALAMPAD a (reflective) headlight
FLÄKÖN to reflect (light)
FLÄNO duty free
FLÄNÜKAMAMÄK a (pre-paid) postage stamp
FLÄTÖN to flatter
FLED a load
FLEDANAF a freighter
FLEDASPADÄD a cargo hold
FLEDATOOD a van
FLEDAVAB a lorry
FLEDINAIF (the) freight trade
FLEDOT a load
FLEDÜLÖN to load (a gun)
FLEGED a hinge
FLEGOT compliance
FLEGÖN to bend, to flex
FLEK a rev, a turn
FLEKAM a rotation
* talaleflekam = rotation of the earth
FLEKIK flexible, supple
FLEKÖN to turn (to)
FLEN a friend
FLENALÖF (close)friendship
FLENAM friendship
FLENÄDAN a comrade, a mate, a pal
FLENÖFIK amiable, kind
FLIB a flea
FLIFÄDIK fresh, new
FLIFÄDÜKÖL refreshing
FLIFÜKÖN to refresh
FLIFIK fresh
FLIODABUK an in-folio album
FLITAMUG a bat (= creature)
FLITAPOF an airport
FLITÄM a wing
FLITAJIDAIFIDAN an air-hostess
FLITÖM an aeroplane
FLITÖN to fly
FLOD frost
FLODAM freezing
FLODÖFÖN to freeze (due to actions, emotions)
FLODÖN to be frozen
FLOG a flake
FLÖDACIN a freezer
FLÖDÖN to freeze
FLÖKASTUL a wickerwork chair
FLÖKOT a plait (of hair)
FLOM a forehead
FLOR a flower
FLORABRASID a cauliflower
FLORED a bouquet
FLORÖN to blossom, to flower
FLORÜP Spring
FLOTED a raft
FLÖRÖN to prompt (in theatre)
FLUD flow, high tide
* flud süpik = Spring tide
FLUDÜP at high tide
FLUK a fruit
FLUKEPAGAD an orchard
FLUKÜP Autumn
FLUM a current
FLUMED a river
FLUMEDAJEVOD a hippopotamus
FLUMOT a liquid body
FLUMÖN to flow
FLUNÖN to affect, influence
FLUTÜLÖN to whistle (for)
FO before (place), in front of
FOAD a liver (anatomy)
FOBEL headland, promontory
FOD a scythe
FODÖN to cut, to mow, to reap
FOG a mist, a fog
FOGALÄDÖP a remote watch (building)
FOGINAN an outsider, a stranger
FOGINIK foreign, strange
FOGINÄN abroad, overseas
FOGINÄNIK foreign
FOGINÄNO abroad
FOGOLAN a predecessor
FOGOLÖN to go before, to precede
FOGÜLÖN to become hazy
FOIKÖN to arise
FOK a fork
FOL four (folo = in fours)
FOLDIL a quarter
FOLLIEN a square (shape)
FOLLIMAFLAP quadriplegia
FOM a form, a shape
FOMAM a version
FOMÄD a feature
FOMÄL imagination
FOMÄLOD a figment (of the imagination)
FOMÄLÖN (BOSI) to imagine (something)
FOMÄT a format, a size
FOMET a form (to fill out)
FOMÖN to form, to shape
FOMÜL a formula
FOMÜLAM an (official) request
FON a spring (of water)
FONÄD a fountain, a well
FONÄT a source, a spring
FONED a fountain (in garden)
FOPAN a fool
FOPIK foolish
FOPLADÖN to put in front
FOR (the) gallows
FORTIF a fortification
FOT a forest, a grove, a wood
FOTAZUGOT a stretch (of forest)
FOTIKONÖM forestry
FOTIKONöMAN a ranger
FOTOGRAFAN a photographer
FOTOGRAFOT a photograph
FOTÜL a thicket
FOUK focus
FOVO furthermore, henceforth
FOVÖN to follow on
FÖDÖN to elevate, to further, to promote
FÖFAFLAN front (not back)
FÖFASTEV (FÖFANAF) prow (of ship)
FÖFIK ahead
FÖFIO forwards
FÖFIÖ! forward(s)! (exclamation)
FÖFÖN to be ahead, to be in front
FÖFÜ in front of
FÖFÜKÖN to advance
FÖG a hammer
FÖLÖN to carry out (promise/verdict)
FOLÜM a quartet
FOMÄT a format
FOMÖN to fashion
FÖDATANOD a conveyor belt
FÖN a heater, a stove
FÖNIG Phoenix
FÖRO at any time, ever
FÖVOT a continuation
FÖVÖN to continue
FRAG a strawberry
FRAKETÖN to crack, to snap
FRAKTUR Gothic (type)
FRAMBOD a raspberry
FRAMBODARUBUD a raspberry bush
FRAN a franc (currency)
FRASEOD an expression (phrasing); turn of phrase
FRÄD(S) an expense, expenses
FRÄDÖN to cost (=have a price of...)
FRÄN a bit (on bridle)
FRED gladness, happiness, joy
FREDADRAMAT a comedy
FREDIK glad, happy
FREDIM optimism
FREDIMAN optimist
FREDIMIK optimistic
FREDÖN (DEMÜ/TEFÜ) to rejoice (over), to be glad/happy (about)
FREMÄD a frame
FREMÜL a panel
FRENOLOG phrenology
FRENÖM a brake
FRENÖN to brake
FRESKOD a fresco
FRIDEL Friday
FRIN a finch
FROG a frog
FROMAD a cheese
FRON a wrinkle
FRONT a (military) front
FRONTANEF the front line (of soldiers)
FRONÜKÖN to wrinkle
FRUT an advantage
FRUTIDÖN to benefit from, to make use of, to take
advantage of
FRUTIK useful
FRUTÖN to benefit
FTISID tuberculosis
FUK a seal
FULIK full
FULIOPÖMÖN to pump up (tyres, etc)
FULÜKAPEN a fountain-pen
FULÜKÖN to fill
FUN a cadaver, a corpse
FUNIG a fungus
FUNISEPÜLAN an undertaker
FURMID an ant
FURNOD an oven, a stove
* koldülükafurnod = a cooling oven
FUROT a lining
FUT a foot
FUTAFRENÖM a foot brake
FUTAGLÖPÄD football (= game)
FUTAKÄLAN a chiropodist
FUTARETOD a footprint
FUTAPLANT sole (= of foot)
FUTAYOIN an ankle
FUTOGOLAN a pedestrian
FUTOGOLANAZON a pedestrian precinct
FÜLIK felt
FÜMÄDIK obstinate
FÜMÄDÄLIK bloody-minded
FÜMÄLIK decisive
FÜMETIM determinism
FÜMETIMAN a determinist
FÜMETÖN to determine
FÜMIK certain, sure
FÜMIKO certainly, for sure
FÜMODÖN (to) verify
FÜMÖ! sure! without doubt!
FÜMÜKAM confirmation
FÜMÜKÖN (to) ensure
FÜNOD Foundation
FÜNÖN to establish, to found
FÜSIOLEKÄLAN physiotherapist
FÜSÜDAV physics
FÜTÜRIK future


G

GAD a garden
GADABUID a garden hedge
GADAN a gardener
GADÖN to garden
GADÖM a garden tool
GADAPIADIL a patio
GADUT cod (=fish)
GAENOD a profit, a win
GAENÄTÖN (DE) to profit (from)
GAENÖN to attract, to earn, to gain, to win
GAGOT filth, rubbish
GAL a vigil
GALANT a snowdrop
GALAXID a galaxy
GALÄDAN a watchman
GALÄDÖP a look-out (building)
GALÄDÖN to keep an eye on, to watch
GALÄL awareness, watchfulness
GALEDAN a watchman
GALEDÖN to beware, to protect
(to watch over someone = galedön eki)
GALIK awake
GALIKÖN to awake, to wake up
GALOTÖN to gallop
GALÖN to be awake, to watch
GALÜKIAN an alarm clock
GALÜKÖN (EKI) to wake (someone)
GAN a goose
GANALOET roast goose
GANET an agency
GAOD gauze
GARAD a garage
GARANÖN to ensure, to guarantee
GARDAN a guard (military)
GARED an instep (of shoe)
GARID a mushroom
GARNISUN a garrison (military)
GAS BRUIDIK effervescence
GASAL a gazelle
GASED a magazine
GASEDEM the press
GASEDIMAN a journalist
GASIN gas
GASINALAMPAD a gaslight, gaslamp
GASINARÜD a gaspipe
GASINIFABRIK gasworks
GÄMÖN (ME RULÄT) to gamble, to play (at roulette)
GÄYSÄR a geyser
GE back (return, response, retaliation)
GEBÄD a usage
GEBIDÖN (DÖ) to have at hand, to have at one's disposal
GEBIDÜKÖN (EKE BOSI) to make something available (to someone)
GEBÖF a custom
GEBÖN to use
GEDIK grey
GEF a vessel (= container)
GEGAENÖN to regain
GEGIVÖN (EKE) to give back, to return (to someone)
GEGOLÄDÜKÖN to pull back, to retreat
GEIDAN a guide
GEIDAVÖD a clue (for puzzles)
GEIDÖN (EKI) to guide (someone)
GEIK reciprocal, reflexive (grammar)
GEIKAM a return
GEIL height
GEILIK high
GEILOTABUNAM (the) high jump (= athletics)
GEILÜKUMÖN to enhance
GEIN brandy, cognac, gin
(geinapöb = a "dive")
GEJOIKÖN to drive back, to repulse
GEKÖMÖN (LÜ) to come back (to), to return (to)
GELAN an organist
GELOGAM regression
GELÖN to play the organ
GEMAG an antetype, a counterpart
GEMAGÖF symmetry
GEMOTAM renaissance
GEN sex
GENÄMS (the) genitals
GEOMET geometry
GEÖN to react, to reciprocate
GERALESON a crown prince
GERED a gene
GEREDEM a genome
GEREDIK genetic
GERÖN to inherit
GESAG an answer
GESAGÖN to answer
GESEDÖN to return, to send back
GESPIKÖF (mental) preparedness, quickwitedness
GESPIKÖM an answering machine
GESPIKÖN to acknowledge, to anser, to reply to
GESPIKÜ in reply to...
GETAZÖT a receipt
GETÄVABILIET a return ticket
GETÄVASUÄM a return fare
GETEDAN a receptionist
GETEDÖN to accept. to receive (people)
GETIKÖN (DÖ) to reminisce, to think back (about)
GETÖN to get, to obtain, to receive (things)
GEÜKAM a reaction
GEVEGÖN to return
GEVÖN to give, to grant, to present
GIAN (the) gigantic
GIANAN a giant
GID justice
GIDID a responsibility
GIDIDÖN (DEMÜ) to be responsible (for)
GIDIK, GIDÖFIK fair, just, right, seemly
GIDÜKÖN to justify, to vindicate
GIFAFER cast iron
GIFÜLOT spray
GIG gout
GIJÄT a (ticket) office
GILDÄT a corporation
GIM a gimlet
GIMÖN to bore, to drill
GIMÜL a drill
GINGIF a gum (= in mouth)
GINÄDÖN to wind up (a watch)
GINÖM a windlass
GIRAF a giraffe
GIT justice
GITAR a guitar
GITÄDASÄKÄD a (judicial) case, a lawsuit
GITÄT a just claim, a right
GITOD a justification
GIVIÄLIK generous
GIVIDÖN to delegate, to transfer
GIVÖN to give
GIVÜLÖN to attribute, to donate
GLAD ice
GLADABEL an iceberg
GLADADOMIL an igloo
GLADAHOKIY ice hockey
GLADARAMAR a refrigerator
GLADET an ice cream
GLADETÜL an ice cube
GLADIOLS gladioli
GLADÜL an ice cream
GLAN a gland
GLATO free of charge, gratis
GLÄTÄDAN a glazier
GLÄT glass
GLÄTIBLADAN a glass-blower
GLÄTIBLADÖP glass-blowing works
GLÄTIK (of) glass
GLÄTÖP glassworks
GLÄTOT glass (substance)
GLEINÖN to glean
GLEIPED a door handle
GLEIPÖN to grasp, to seize
GLEPÖN to encroach
GLEPÄDÖN to grip
GLEIPÜLÖN to handle
GLIBAN a vagabond
GLID greeting
GLIDÖN to greet
GLIMÖN to glitter, to shimmer, to shine
GLOF growth, increase
GLOFÖN to grow
GLOK a clock
GLOKEL a watchmaker
GLORIKO gloriously
GLORÜKÖN to glorify
GLÖB a bullet
GLÖBAKUL a trajectory
GLÖBIJEDAM (the) shot-put (= Olympics)
GLÖFÖN to grow (= cultivate)
GLÖMÄD forgetfulness
GLÖMÖN to forget
GLÖP a ball, a sphere
GLÖPAPEN a ballpoint pen
GLÖPÄD a ball game
GLÖPILÖN to play marbles (= game)
GLÖPOT a dome
GLÖTIK envious, jealous
GLUF a glove
GLUMALADÄL melancholy
GLUMIDIK dull, glum, overcast
GLUMIKÖN to become overcast
GLUN a floor, ground (glunots = grounds)
GLUNIDALABOT an estate
GLUTAPIR an electric light bulb
GLUTAVIN mulled wine
GLUTIK ardent, hot
GLÜG a church
GLÜGALESPAD a nave
GLÜKOSIN glucose
GNOB a bud, a knob (control)
GO quite, very
GOBADÖN to arch (cat's back)
GOBLET a goblet
GOKÜL a chicken
GOD God
GOKAHAUK a goshawk
GOL bearing, deportment, walk
GOLABOED a gangway
GOLÄD a parade, a procession
GOLDIN gold (precious metal)
GOLDIK (of) gold, golden
GOLED course (of events)
GOLF golf (game)
GOLÖN (LÜ) to go (to), to walk (to)
GOUN a gong
GÖ! come on!
GÖB a tail
GÖBAPIANOD a grand piano
GÖD morning
GÖDALUIM dew
GÖDALULIT dawn
GÖDED an acre (of land)
GÖLIK early
GÖN a favour
GÖNÄD an award
GÖNIK favourite
GÖNÖN to favour
GRAD a degree
GRAHAN an eclipse
GRAHANÖN to conceal, to eclipse
GRAIFÖN to cauterize
GRAINÖN to grind
GRAMAFON a gramophone
GRÄL hail (weather)
GRÄMÖN to climb
GRANAT a pomegranate
GRATÖN to caw, to croak
GREDAKED a scale (calibration)
GREN corn
GRENAFLOG cereal
GRENAFLOGAPÄKED a cereal packet
GRETAMAFÄDIK on a grand scale
GRETED magnitude (maths)
GRETIK big, great, large, tall
GRETOT size
GRETÜKOT an enlargement
GRIFIUN a griffin (mythology)
GRIFÖN to graft
GRINEDÖN to grin
GRINÖN to grin
GRIP 'flu, influenza
GROBÄLIK brutal
GROBIK unrefined
GROBÖFIK coarse, brusque, rough
GRODIK pregnant
GRON gravel
GRONASTON gravel
GROSÜLIK wholesale
GROT oatmeal
GROTÄTIK grotesque
GRUFET a line (on hand/face)
GRULÖN (DUB) to be swarming, teeming (with)
GRULÖN to crawl, to swarm
GRUP a group
GRÜD grit
GRÜNIK green
GUAYAD a pear
GUB an oar
GUBÖN to row
GUDÄLIK benevolent, kind-hearted
GUDIK good
GUDIKO well
GUDIKUM (KA) better (than)
GUDIKÜN (DE/SE) (the) best (of/in)
GUDÜKUMAM an improvement
GUDÜKUMÖN to improve
GUFUR an abyss
GUG a throat
GUGEDÖN to gargle
GUIRÖN to languish, to waste away
GUL an angle, a corner
GULAV geometry
GUM India-rubber
GUMALUIBARIF an elastic band
GUN a coat
GUSTUL August
GUT a taste
GUTÖN to taste
GUVÖN to administer, to govern
GÜFLEKIK backwards, over, reversed
GULAD goulash (food)
GULF (the) Gulf Stream
GUR an abyss
GUVER an administration
GUVÖN to administer
contrary
GÜÄ contrary to
GÜMNAD a grammar-school
GÜN a gun
GÜNÜL a rifle
GÜTIKO tastefully
GÜÜKÖN to turn over

H

HAD an ace
HAGÖN to groan
HAJET hash (food)
HARAT a quarter (in a town/city)
HARÄM a harem
HARNAD a harness
HARENG a herring
HARMONÖM a harmonica, a mouth organ
HARPUN a harpoon
HÄM a ham
HÄRBAT a vegetable
HÄRBATIM vegetarianism
HÄRBATIMAN a vegetarian
HÄRBATISELAN a greengrocer
HÄREM harem
HÄRET heresy
HÄRMETIK air-tight, hermetic
HÄROD a heron
HÄT a hat
HEKÖN to gasp, to pant
HER a hair
HERAN a hairdresser
HERASEFAL hair loss
HEREM a (head of) hair
HEREMIKÖTÄD a haircut
HEREMITEIL a parting (hair)
HEROED (HI-/JI-) a hero, a heroine
HESTAN a conjuror, a juggler
HET hatred
HETÄD spite
HETÖN to hate
HICIL a son
HIEL (masculine sing. form of def. article)
HIGEM a brother
HIKEL who, which (masculine)
HIKLEUDAN a monk
HIKOMPENAN a fellow-traveller, a kindred spirit
HIKULTAN a clergyman
HIL a heel
HILÖFÜLAN a toy boy
HIMATAN a husband
HIMEN a man
HINDUTAN a hindu
HINILÄDAN a (male) neighbour
HIOPOT a hippopotamus
HIP a hip
HIPAL a father
HIPUL a boy, a youth
HIREG a king
HISIÖR a gentleman
HIT heat
HITER an uncle
HITIK hot
HITÜKÖN to heat
HITÜP Summer
HOBUB an ox
HOD barley
HOG a hole
HOGÄD a perforation
HOGÖN to perforate, to pierce
HOJIPAMIT mutton
HOL an hour's journey
HOLBUT halibut
HOMEN a eunuch
HON a horn (of animal)
HONED a beak, a (bird's) bill
HORIT the horizon
HORITÄTIK horizontal
HORMON a hormone
HÖL hell
HUK a hook
HUL a (sea) swell
HUMAR a lobster
HUMUL a hop
HÜASEN a hyacinth
HÜEN a hyena
HÜGIENIK hygienic
HÜIT an oyster
HÜM a hymn
HÜPNOD hypnosis
HÜRÖN to hire

I

I also, too
IBÄ for (conjunction)
IBO in fact, really
ID also, too (before vowel)
IDELO two days ago
IF if (if plüdol = if you please)
IFI even if
IFÜ subject to...
IGO even (igo no = not even)
IN (place) at, in
INI into
IS here
ISAO hence (=from here)
ISIO hither (=to here)
ISIÖ! come here!
ISKIAT sciatica
IT self/selves
(obs it = we ourselves)
ITFRÄD cost price
ITO by myself, yourself, etc.

J

JABEN a mushroom
JAD a shade, a shadow
JADAMAGOD a silhouette
JADOT a silhouette
JAFÄB a creature
JAFÄD creation
JAFÄDÖN to bring about
JAFÄL creativity
JÄFID a function
JÄFIDOT an organ (eg of newspaper)
JAFOVIK creative
JAFÖN to create
JÄFÜD a field (of knowledge), a product
* Bolit no binon jäfüd oba = Politics isn't my
strong point.
JÄFÜDISEVAN an expert, a specialist
JAIN a clothes line, a cord, a rope
JAK a shark
JAKAL a jackal
JAKÄT a jacket
JAL bark, peel
JALOT a shallot
JALUD jealousy
JALUP a longboat, a sloop
JAMOD a camel
JAMPÄN champagne (drink)
JAN hemp
JANAFRIN a finch (song bird)
JANÄLIK fascinating
JANED breakfast
JAPÄLIK mischievous
JAPIK sharp
JAPÜKÖN to sharpen
JARGON gibberish, jargon
JASID a chassis
JATÖN to itch
JÄFÄB a creature
JÄFÄDIK busy
JÄFÄLÖN (KO) to be (mentally) absorbed (with)
JÄFÄLÜKÖN to absorb
JÄFID a function
JÄFIDÄM an organ (of body)
JÄFIDÖN to function, to work
JÄFIKÖN (ME) to be engaged (in), to worry (about)
JÄFOT an activity
JÄFÖN (ME) to be busy (with), to be occupied (in)
JÄFÜD a field of knowledge, a product, a speciality
JÄFÜDASKILIK skilful
JÄFÜDIK specialized
JÄFÜDISEVAN a specialist
* Bolit no binon jäfüd oba = politics isn’t
my strong point..
JÄFÜKÖN (OKI ME) to bother (oneself about)
JÄL a shell fish
JÄMPOD a shampoo
JÄNÄLÖL absorbing
JÄPAN a swindler
JÄNÄLIK fascinating
JÄNÄLÖN to captivate
JÄPÜLAN a mischief-maker, a trickster
JÄRID sherry
JÄRP a sash
JÄST a gesture
JÄSTÄD a pose
JÄTÜLÖN to tickle
JEDOT a dart
* pledön jedotis = to play darts
JEDÖN to throw
JEDÜLOTAKEK sponge cake with crumble topping
JEDÜLÖN to scatter
JEIFALAM a razor-blade
JEIFAN a barber
JEIFÖM a razor
JEIFÖN to shave
JEIKIK awful, horrible, terrible
JEIKÖN to scare, to terrify
JEIKÜLÖN to shock
JEK a fright
JEKÄLIM terrorism
JEKIDUN an act of terrorism
JEKIKODAN a terrorist
JEKÖN to be frightened, to be scared
JEL protection
JELED an apron
JELETIN gelatine
JELOD a defence
JELODÖN to defend
JELÖM an umbrella
JELÖN to protect
JEM shame
JEMOD a disgrace
JEMÖN (DEMÜ) to be ashamed (about/of)
JEMÜKÖN to disgrace
JEMÜKÖL abashed
JENÄD a development
JENAV history
JENAVAN a historian
JENAVIK historical
JENET a case, an instance
* pö jenet alik = in any case
JENOT an event
JENOTEM a history
JENÖFIK actual, real
JENÖFO actually, in reality, really
JENÖFOT a fact
JENÖFÜKAM fulfilment
JENÖN to happen, to take place
JENÖFÖ! indeed!
JENÜKÖN to cause, to make happen
JEP a herd (of animals)
JERAGIK precious
JERIK expensive
JEROTS valuables
JEVOD a horse
JEVODANÄM horsepower
JIB game (animals)
JIBALUMAN a lady soloist
JIBIRAVAN a poacher
JIBUB a cow
JICIL a daughter, a girl
JIDAIFIDAN a hostess
JIEDAMEDIN a laxative
JIEDOT excrement, faeces
JIEL (feminine sing. form of def. article)
JIF a sheaf
JIGAM a bride
JIGEM a sister
JIGOK a hen
JIGRODAN a pregnant woman
JIJELÄB a protégeé
JIKAT a cat, a queen (=she-cat)
JIKÄLAN a nurse
JIKÄLÄB a baby
JIKEL which, who (feminine)
JIKLEUDAN a nun
JIKLINÜKAN a chambermaid, a cleaner
JIKONÖMAN a housekeeper
JILEPÄDAN an abbess
JILÄT a waistcoat
JIM a (pair of) scissors/shears
JIMAGIVAN a witch
* jimagivanakonot = a witch's tale
* jimagivanayag = a with-hunt
JIMARKETAN a marchioness
JIMATAN a wife
JIMEN a woman
JIMULAT a hinny, a she-mule
JINEPUEDAN a prostitute
JINIKO apparently
JINÖN to seem
JIP a sheep
JIPAL a mother
JIPLIN a princess
JIPUL a girl, a maiden
JIPÜL a lamb
JIPÜLAVULTUR a bearded vulture
JIREG a queen
JIT a shirt
JITER an aunt
JIYUFAN PATIK an (air) stewardess
JIZÖTISUMIDAN a (bus) conductress
JODEM rubbish
JOFIK bald
JOFÖR a chauffeur, a driver
JOG a bullrush
JOIKÖN to push, to shove
JOK a jerk, a jolt, a push, a shove
JOKAM jolting
JOKATUT canine tooth
JOKOLADATVILÜL a chocolate bar
JOKÖN (TA) to bump (into)
JOKÜL a jerk
JOL coast-line, shore
JOLALESÜT a (seaside) promenade
JOLAMABOED a jetty
JOLÖN to approach the shore, to land
JON an indication
JONED a demonstration
JONET a (cinema/TV) screen
JONETOT a display
JONETÜKAM a demonstration
JONIAN a (clock) hand
JONIDÖN to be of use
JONIDÜKÖN to employ, to provide, to use
JONIL a hint
JONODÖN to introduce (to someone)
JONÖN to indicate, to point, to show
JONÜLÖN to demonstrate
JOT a shoulder
JOV a racket, a row, an uproar
JOVAN a hooligan, a troublemaker
JÖENIK austere, sober
JÖL eight
JÖLÄT a (computer) byte
JÖLPLIFÄTIK octavo (= paper size)
JÖN beauty
JÖNAMEDS cosmetics
JÖNAPENAN a calligrapher
JÖNIK beautiful, fine, lovely
JÖNUL a caterpillar
JÖTASUÄM balance (= bookkeeping)
JÖTÖN to balance (an account)
JUB dandruff
JUEG sugar
JUEGAGEIN rum
JUG a rush (plant)
JUITÖN to enjoy
JUK a shoe
JUKATANODIL a shoe-lace
JUKEL a shoemaker
JUL a school
JULAN a pupil, a scholar
JURNAL a newspaper
JUTED a rush
JUTEDÖN to rush
JUTÖN to shoot
JUÜP a skirt
to, up to, until
JÜD a film (= a thin layer)
JÜFAV cryptography
JÜNU hitherto, until now
JÜNUIK up-to-date
JÜP a spade
JÜPÖN to dig
JÜPÜL a shovel
JÜS until
JÜTÖN to shoot at
JÜTÜKÖN to fire

K

KA than
KAAZIAD acacia (plant)
KAB a cable (wires)
KABAAL (the) Cabala (teaching)
KABEM (LEKTINIK) wiring (electrical)
KAD a card
KADAPLEDÖN to play cards
KADÄM an academy, a college
KAED (TALEDIK) a map
KAEDAV cartography
KAENAL an engineer
KAENAN a technician
KAENAV technology
KAF coffee
KAFASKAL a coffee-pot
KAFEIN caffeine
KAFETAR a cafeteria
KAFIBÖTÖP a café
KAGÖN to gossip, to prattle
KAGULAN a gossip
KAIL alkaline
KAIT a kite
KAJMIR cashmere (wool)
KAK cocoa
KAKAD a cockatoo
KAKTUD a cactus
KALADAPATÄD a characteristic
KALAD character
KALADÖN to characterize
KALED an almanac, a calendar
KALIB calibre, bore (of gun, etc)
KALIG a calyx (of flower)
KALKULAV arithmetic
KALKULÖN to calculate
KALOT an account, a bill
KAMALÄN a plain
KAMPANUL a campanula (flower)
KAMUFÖN to camouflage
KAN an ability, a skill
KANAD a fir tree
KANAIR a canary
KANAYAN a crook, a scoundrel
KANÄD a channel
KANDEL a candle
KANDELIKIPIAN a candle-stick
KANGUR a kangaroo
KANIBAN a cannibal
KANIT a song
KANITAN a singer
KANITÖN to sing
KANITÜLÖN to hum
KANÖN ( + INFIN) to be able to, can
KANSER cancer (disease)
KANUD a canoe
KAP a head
KAPAKOSÄDÖM earphone(s)
KAPAKUSEN a cushion, a pillow
KAPAKUSENER a pillowcase
KAPÄLIFÖDÖL promoting intelligence
KAPAR a goat
KAPENAN a carpenter
KAPIT a chapter
KAPITEN a captain
KAPSIG pepper
KAPSUL a capsule (medication)
KAPSÜL a (bottle) top/cap
KAPÜT a bonnet, a hood
KAR a square
KARBINAHIDRIN carbohydrate
KARBUN carbon
KARIOF a carnation
KARIP a carp
KARMISINIK crimson
KAROD (vehicle) bodywork
KAROV a caravan ( = travelling group)
KAROVÖP a staging post
KARTILAG a cartilage
KARTON cardboard
KARUSÄL a carrousel, a merry-go-round
KASAMAT a pill-box (military)
KASÄT a box, a case, a cassette
KASED a castle, a mansion
KASER (army) barracks
KASKOD a (ship's) funnel
KASTAENITAFLAPÖN to play "conkers" (= game)
KAT a cat
KATALIT a catalyst
KATAPULT a catapult
KATAR catarrh
KATASTROF a catastrophe, a disaster
KATÄD capital, cash
KATULIK catholic
KAUL a stalk, a stem
KAV a cellar
KAVEAD a guinea pig
KAVIDAN a knight
KAYAK a kayak (boat)
KAYÜT a cabin (on ship)
KAZETAMAL a (written) accent
KAZETÖN to accentuate, to emphasize
KÄBEN a cabin (of ship)
KÄD cash
KÄDÖFO cash down
KÄDÖP a cash desk
KÄFED a ruse, a trick
KÄFIK cunning, sly
KÄFOD a ruse, a trick
KÄLAN a foster-parent
KÄLÄB a foster-child
KÄLÄDAN a ranger
KÄLÄLÖN to care for, to mind
KALINAPÄRMANGANAT potassium permanganate
KÄLÖF a caring attitude
KÄLÖFIK careful, caring
KÄLÖN to attend to, to look after, to nurse
KÄLTIK celtic
KÄM a camera
KÄN a cannon
KÄNAMANAF a gunboat
KÄNEDÖN to precipitate
KÄPTEN a (ship's) captain
KÄSEM eczema
KÄV a dock, a quay
KEB a herb (=plant with soft, not woody stalk)
KEBLÜNÖN to contribute
KEBLÜNOT a contribution
KEDÄD a rank (=line of people)
KEDÄDIO! get in line!
KEDOTEM a scale
KEDÖBAN an accomplice (in crime)
KEDÜLÖN to link, to string
KEF a brush
KEFÖN to brush
KEINIK charming
KEINOT charm
KEK a cake
KEKUNAFLAMAT appendicitis
KEL who, which (relative); (in kel(s)= where)
KELEODÜKÖN (to) co-ordinate
KELOMÄNAN a fellow-countryman
KELÖDÖN (KO) to cohabit (with)
KELIED compassion
KELIEDÖN (KO) to sympathize (with)
KELOS what, which (relative pronoun)
KENINÜKAMÜ inclusive of
KEOLAN a mate, a pal
KEP a cape (=geographical)
KER a nucleus
KERMETATRUP a travelling fair
KESENÄL compassion, sympathy
KESEV knowledge
KESTERIN cholesterol
KESUMÖN to take away (with)
KEV a cave, a cavern
KEVOBÖF co-operation
KEVOBÖN to co-operate
KEVÖFIK cavernous, hollow
KIBER a cyborg
KIBERAV cybernetics (discipline)
KIBERIK cybernetic
KID a kiss
KIDÖN to kiss
KIEMAN an (analytical) chemist
KIEMASANAV chemotherapy
KIEMAV chemistry
KIEMIK chemical
KIEN a knee
KIENÖN to kneel
KIF? who? (feminine)
KIFIK? which (one)? (feminine)
KIK a key
KIKODO? why?
KIL three
KILKÖLAVIOL a pansy
KILLIEN a triangle
KILTONOD a third (music)
KIM ? who? (masculine)
KIMIK ? which (one)? (masculine)
KIN ? what? which? (neuter)
KINIK ? what (one)? which (one)? (neuter)
KIO ? what?
KIOSK a kiosk, a newspaper stand/stall
KIOSOTIK whatever
KIÖPO? where?
KIPEDALEF Board of Trustees
KIPÄDÖN to contain, to hold
KIPEDÖN to maintain, to preserve
KIPIAN a rack (=for towels, etc)
KIPIDÖN to deposit
KIPLADO? where?
KIPÖN to keep, to hold, to retain
KIRAT a (gold) carat
KIRFAT cinnamon
KIS? what? (abstract)
KISIK? what (one)? (abstract)
KISOTIK? what sort of . . .
KITAZÖT a receipt
KITIMO? when?
KITOPO? where?
KITÖN to receipt, to settle (payment)
KIUD a partition
KLAD a category, a class
KLADÄT a caste
KLAF a corn (on foot)
KLAT éclat, flamboyance, glamour
KLATÄDIK classical
KLAUNÖFIK clownish, silly
KLAV a key (on keyboard)
KLAVIKUL collar bone
KLAVAN a typist
KLAVÖN to key in, to type
KLÄDÖM a cradle
KLÄM a bracket = ( ); { }; [ ]
KLÄN a secret
KLÄNIK private, secret
KLÄNEDAPLED (a game of) 'hide and seek'
KLÄNEDÖN (OKI) to conceal, to hide (oneself)
KLÄPED a hatch, a shutter
KLEBAZÖT a label
KLEDÖM a seesaw
KLEDÖN to sway
KLEIBÖN to glue, to paste, to stick
KLEILIK clear, plain, unambiguous
KLEILILOGAM clairvoyance
KLEILIKO obviously
KLEILÜKÖN to elucidate, to explain
KLEMEDÖN to capitulate, to surrender
KLEMÖN to abandon, to decline, to refuse, to relinquish, to renounce
KLERALEOD hierarchy (religious)
KLERÄT chapter (ecclesiastical)
KLEUDAN (HI-/JI-) a monk, a nun
KLIEN inclination, tendency
KLIENÄL an instinct, intuition
KLIENÄLO instinctively
KLIENIK inclined (to)
KLIENÖN (AD) to incline, to tend (to)
KLIENÖN (LOVE) to bend (over)
KLIET refreshment
KLIETIK refreshing
KLIETÖN to refresh
KLIETOT a refreshment (klietots = refreshments)
KLIF a rock
KLIFABLÖG a boulder
KLIFIK rocky
KLILIK light (=not dark)
KLIMAT a climate
KLINIK clean
KLINÖF cleanliness
KLINÜKAMAMED a detergent
KLINÜKÖN to clean
KLIPAJOL a rocky coastline
KLIRIKÖN to call quits
KLIV a precipice
KLOK a bell
KLOKIL a handbell
KLOKÜL a doorbell
KLORIN chloride
KLOPÖN to harvest, to reap
KLOPÜP harvest time
KLOTED a dress
KLOTEDAZÄL a fancy dress ball
KLOTEM a suit
KLOTIKIPEDÖP a wardrobe
KLOTILÄGÖM a clothes hanger
KLOTÖN to dress
KLOTS clothes
KLOTUGIK elegant, smart
KLOTUGÖN to suit (of clothes)
KLÖBÜL a (bell) clapper
KLÖPIK circular, round
KLÖPÖFIK portly (of gait)
KLU consequently
KLUBAM an association
KLUBÄD a body (of people)
KLUDÖN to deduce, to infer
KLUDOD a conclusion (mental)
KLUÖ ! well now !
KLUF a nail (woodwork)
KLUINÖN to clean, to wipe
KLUR an emblem
KLUT a lock, a sluice (nautical)
KLUV a claw (of animal)
KLUVÖN to claw
KLÜLABIKO evidently
KLÜLÄDÖN to be evident, to be obvious
KLÜLIKÖ! of course!
KLÜNACEM a cloakroom
KLÜNATAB a dressing-table
KNÄTÄRÖN to crackle
KNIBOD a gag, a muzzle
KNIBÖN to nip, to pinch
KNIRÖN to creak, to grate
KNOP a button
KO with
KOAGÜL a clot (of blood)
KOAN a shell
KOANAF a shellfish
KOANANIM a mussel (= seafood)
KOAP a (person's) body
KOAPANATÄL (physical) constitution
KOAPISKILÜKAM (physical) exercise
KOÄF a coefficient (maths)
KOBANEF a gathering (of people)
KOBÄDIK common, general
(kobädo (ko) = in common (with)
KOBÄLÄN a commonwealh (of like-minded nations)
KOBÄT solidarity
KOBIKÖN (KO) to come together, to converge
KOBIOKLEBIK agglutinative
KOBO together
KOBODRÄNÖN to compress
KOBOJEN coincidence, concurrence
KOBOJENÖN (KO) to coincide (with)
KOBOJOIKÖN to collide
KOBOJOKÖN (TA) to collide (with)
KOBOKÖMÖN to converge
KOBONUMÖN to add up, to add together
KOBOPEDÖN to compress
KOBOYÜMÜKARÄT a jigsaw puzzle
KOBÖF a collectivity
KOBÜKAM an assembly, a meeting
KOD a cause, reason
* se kod nepesevöl = for some reason
KODÄ why (conjunction)
KODÄDÖN to complicate
KODED a reason
KODEDÖN to give occasion to, to give rise to
KODIDÖN (EKE BOSI) to ascribe, to attribute
KODÖN to cause
KODÜL a pretext
KOEDÖN (+ INFIN) to allow, to permit (koedön falön = to let
fall)
KOEFIDÖN (OKI) to hear someone’s confession
KOEFIKÖN to go to confession
KOEFÖN to confess
KOEG a cork
KOEGABUON a cork
KOEGITIRET a corkscrew
KOF derision, mockery, ridicule
KOFÖN to deride, to mock, to ridicule
KOFUDÜKÖN to confuse
KOITÖM a penis
KOITÖN (KO) to have intercourse, mate (with)
KOJMAR a nightmare
KOKAIN cocain
KOKOT a coconut
KOKRETOT concrete (substance)
KOKUN a cocoon
KOL in regard to, in respect of
KOLAT coal
KOLATAN a coalman
KOLATAJUP a coal shovel
KOLED a lunch
KOLET a collar (clothing)
KOLD coldness (physical)
KOLDÄLIK coldness (emotional)
KOLDÄT a chill, a cold
KOLDÄTIKÖN to catch a chill/cold
KOLDÜKÖN to become chilly
KOLDIK cold (temperature)
KOLDÜLIK cool, fresh
KOLDÜLÜKAFURNOD a cooling oven
KOLDÜLÜKÖM a cooler, a (car) radiator
KOLED a lunch
KOLEDÖN to lunch, to have lunch
KOLET a collar
KOLKÖM an encounter, a meeting
KOLKÖMANEF an assembly
KOLKÖMÖN to encounter, to meet
KOLPORTAN a hawker, a peddler
KOLTENÜKÖN to stretch out
KOLUM a column (architecture)
KOLUN a colony (settlement/encampment/base)
KOLUNAN a colonist
KOLUNÄN a colony (country)
KOLUNÄNACANS colonial produce, groceries
KOLUNÖN to colonize
KOMAD a coma
KOMANDÖN to recommend
KOMÄDÖN to exist
KOMBINATOR many parts
KOMIK present (in attendance)
KOMIP a fight, a struggle
KOMIPIÄLIK aggressive
KOMIPÖN (TA) to fight, to struggle (against)
KOMIPÖP an arena
KOMITETANEF a committee
KOMITO on commission
KOMÖN to be present
KOMOREIDÖN to lecture, recite, to read (in public)
KOMOTANEF a community
KOMPAD a compass
KOMPAIN a company (of soldiers)
KOMPENAN a fellow-spirit, a colleague
KOMPENÄT a (commercial) company
KOMPENÄTAN a partner (in firm)
KOMPENÖN (PÖ) to share (with), to take part (in)
KOMPLEM completion
KOMPLITIK complex, complicated
KOMPLITIKÖN to become entangled
KOMPLITüKÖN to entangle
KOMUIN (SALUDIK) communion (holy)
KOMULAN a representative
KOMULÖN to represent
KOMUNAN an average person, man in the street
KOMUNIK common, general, ordinary
KOMUNÖFIK familiar
KOMÜ in the presence of
KONAN narrator
KONDÖT behaviour, conduct
KONDÖTÖN (ÄS) to behave (as)
KONÄD a legend
KONED a novel
KONFÄKOT ready to wear (clothes)
KONFIDIK close (friend)
KONFERÖN to confer (consult together)
KONFID confidence, faith, trust
KONFIDIK confident, faithful, trustful
KONFIDÖN to have faith in, to trust
KONFIT jam
KONFITASKAL jampot
KONGRUEN a congruent (maths)
KONKER a conquest, a victory
KONKERÖN to conquer, to overrun
KONLET a collection
KONLETÖN to collect
KONOT a story, a tale
KONOTÜL an anecdote
KONÖM (the) economy, (the) household
KONÖMAV economics
KONÖMAVAN an economist
KONÖN to narrate, to tell (= a story)
KONSÄL a (piece of) advice
KONSÄLACÄM a Council Chamber
KONSÄLIDADÜP an appointment
KONSÄLIDÖN to consult
KONSÄLÖN to advise, to counsel
KONSÄLÖP a town hall
KONSÄRT a concert
KONSIENIVESTIG an examination of conscience
KONSIENÖFIK conscientious
KONSTATÖN to take note of, to notice
KONSULÖP a consulate
KONTAG (sense of) touch
KONTAGALENTÜL contact lense
KONTAGAPÜN interface (physics)
KONTAGÖN to contact, to touch
KONTROLÖN to control, to check
KONÜD a (fir) cone
KONYAK brandy
KONYUGÖN to conjugate (verbs)
KONYUN a conjunction (grammar)
KOOTIK fully cooked
KOP a body (= substance)
KOPIK physical
KOPIED a copy
KOPIEDAGITÄT copyright
KOPIEDÖN to copy
KORÄKÖN to correct, to mark (work)
KORDÜL a sinew, a tendon
KOR a choir
KORIAL coral
KORIALANISUL an atoll
KORIALAREF a coral reef
KORIAND coriander
KORNED a cornea (eye)
KORSÄT a bodice, a corset
KORUL coral (= pink)
KOS opposite (=facing)
KOSAM a contact
KOSÄD company, communication, social intercourse
* kosäd genik = sexual intercourse
KOSÄDAPÜK colloquial speech
KOSÄDÖN (KO) to associate (with), to communicate (with); to get
on/to go around (with)
KOSGOLÖN to approach, to go to meet
KOSID a livelihood
KOSIDÖN to earn one’s living
KOSIKÖN (KO) to communicate (with)
KOSLOGÖN to anticipate, to look forward to
KOSÜKÖN to put in touch with
KOT a code
KOTAVÖD a code word
KOTENIK contented, satisfied
KOTENÜKAM satisfaction
KOTENÜKÖN to satisfy
KOTIN cotton
KOTUR a quail
KOULT (the) occult
KOUP an occupation (military)
KOUPÖN to occupy (military)
KOVEN comfort
KOVENASTUL an easy chair
KOVENIK comfortable
KOVENIÄLIK convenient, opportune
where (correlative)
KÖB a comb
KÖBAMAYÄN worsted (cloth)
KÖBÖN (OKI) to comb (one's hair)
KÖDET an incision
KÖDÖN to carve
KÖG a cough
KÖGÖN to cough
KÖK a micrococcus (medical)
KÖL colour, paint
KÖLAN a (house) painter
KÖLÖN to paint
KÖLÜL a tint
KÖMÖN (LÜ) to come (to)
KÖNÄD a coin
KÖNÄDAV numismatics
KÖP a cup
KÖPET a (beer) glass
KÖRAMAN the knave of hearts (card games)
KÖRAREG the king of hearts (card games)
KÖRAVOM the queen of hearts (card games)
KÖRTEN a curtain
KÖSÖMIK common, habitual, usual
KÖSÖMOT a custom, a habit
KÖSÖMÖN (AD) to be accustomed (to), to be wont (to)
KÖSÖMÜKÖN to accustom
KÖST a cousin
KÖT a cut
KÖTAPÜN (point of) intersection
KÖTÄD a slice
KÖTÄDIL an incision
KÖTED a cutting edge
KÖTET a (surgical) operation
KÖTETAVAN a surgeon
KÖTOT a piece, a portion
KÖTÖN to cut
KÖTÜLÖN to prune (kötülön bimis = to prune trees)
KÖV an envelope
KRAB a crab
KRAL a claw
KRAN a cranium, a skull
KRASUM a colon
KRATED an abrasion, a scratch
KRATÖN to scrape, to scratch
KRAVAT a necktie
KRAXÖN to crow
KRÄKÖN to burst
KRÄN a crane
KRÄTÄD a crate
KREDÖN (MÖ) to believe (in)
KREDIDÖN to make believe, to pretend
KREF a crayfish
KREM a cream
KRET chalk
KRETÄD a crayon
KREVÄT a prawn, shrimp
KRIG a war
KRIGAGOLÄD a crusade, a (military) expedition
KRIGISTÖP a truce
* begön krigistöpi = to call for a truce
KRIGÖN (TA) to wage war (against)
KRIK a cricket
KRIKÜL a grasshopper
KRIM a crime
KRIMAN a criminal
KRIMÖF criminality
KRINUL a crinoline
KRIPÖN to creep
KRISET a hamster
KRISID a crisis
KRISTAD crystal
KRISTADAGLÄT cut glass
KRIT Christianity
KRITID Christmas
* Fatül Kritid = Father Christmas
KRITIDAZÄL (festival of) Christmas
KROD a cross
KRODAM crucifixion
KROK a crocus
KROKOD a crocodile
KROLIG a rabbit
KROMOSOM a chromosome
KRONAM a coronation
KRONIG a chronicle
(jen kronigik = chronicling)
KRONÜL a wreath
KROPIKÖN to crouch down
KROT a rattle
KROTASNEK a rattlesnake
KROTÖM a castanet
KROV a crow
KRUGALIEN a curve
KRUGIK curving, winding
KRUGIKÖN to coil, to wind
KRUÄLIK cruel, ferocious
KRUGÜL a curl
KRÜDIK raw, uncooked
KRÜSALID a chrysallis
KRÜSEN a chrysanthemum
KRÜT a criticism, a critique
KRÜTÖN to review (books)
KUBIT an elbow
KUD anxiety, worry
KUDIK anxious, worried
KUDÜKÖLO earnestly
KUELEL a ukulele
KUIN a quintal (= 100 kg)
KUKÖN to be boiling (vat kukon = the water's
KUKUK a cuckoo
KUL a course (= movement); a track
KULAN a pioneer, a trailblazer
KULIK epoch-making
KULIT a scene (theatrical)
KULIVIK cultured, educated
KULÖN to clear
KULTASALUDÜKAM ordination (to priesthood)
KULTÖN to worship
KUM a heap, a pile
KUMAM an accumulation
KUMULATOR an accumulator (electric)
KÜM a swarm
KUN a cow
KUPRIN copper
KUPRINAGAVOT a copper engraving
KUR a (royal) court
KURAAN (the) Koran
KURAD bravery, courage
KURADIK brave, courageous
KURADÜKÖN to encourage
KURAN a courtier
KURATÄL punctuality
KURATIK exact, precise
KURBIDÖM an (electric) switch
KURSÜD a course (of lessons)
KURUGIK courtly
KUSADÖN to accuse
KUSEN a cushion, a pillow
when (correlative)
KÜBÄD a cube
KÜG a cucumber
KÜID a thigh
KÜIR leather
KÜIRED a (shoe) strap
KÜKANÖG a boiled egg
KÜKÖN to boil (kükobs vati = we boil the water)
KÜL an anus
KÜMAM a swarm (of bees)
KÜMÖN to swarm
KÜNIDAN a cynic
KÜNIDIK cynical
KÜNIDIM cynicism
KÜNIK bold, cheeky
KÜNÖN to be cheeky, to dare
KÜPÄDIK remarkable
KÜPÄDIKÜN most remarkable
KÜPÄL attention
KÜPÄLIK attentive
KÜPÄLÖN to check, to make sure
KÜPÄLÜKÖN to draw attention to
KÜPEDOT an observation
KÜPEDÖN to observe, to notice, to watch
KÜPET a remark
KÜPETÖN to comment
KÜPODÖN to be caught (in the act)
KVAADUK an aqueduct
KVAD a (geometric) square
KVADIK square (shape)
KVAGÖN to croak, to quack
KVASAR a quasar
KVATÄD braid
KVÄNÖN to extinguish, to turn off
KVÄNEDÖN to efface, to obliterate, to wipe out
KVÄR an acorn
KVÄREP an oak (tree)
KVÄREPABOAD oak (wood)
KVEATOR equator
KVIL an eagle
KVIP a team
KVISINAL a chef
KVISINAN a cook
KVISINAV culinary art
KVISINÖN to cook
KVISINÖP a kitchen
KVISIT (the) Inquisition

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LABEDÖN to take possession of
LABIÄLIK ambitious, avaritious, covetous
LABOT a possession
LABÖN to have
LABUN an album
LABÜKÖN to make available
LABÜLÖN to assume, to occupy
LABÜREN labyrinth
LAD a heart
LADÄL disposition, feeling(s), temperament
LADÄLALIED heartbreak
LADÄLATAKED calmness, composure
LADÄLOD a frame of mind
LADÄLÖF sensitivity
LADET an address
LADETÄB an addressee
LADÖFIK cordial
LAED lattice
LAEL an alley-way, a grove
LAF a half
LAFAB an alphabet
LAFADÜP half-an-hour
LAFAPLEDEDÜP half-time (in football)
LAFIK half
LAGÖN to be hanging (pänot lagon len völ = the
picture is hanging on the wall)
LAIBINÜKÖN to keep (something) going
LAIDAREMAN a regular customer
LAIDÄL insistence, perseverence
LAIDÄLÖN (PÖ) to insist (on)
LAIDÖN to be stable
LAIDULIK constant
LAIDULIKO continually
LAIDULÖN to persist
LAIDULÜKAM perpetuation
LAIJÄFÖN to carry on, to continue
LAILIFÖN to live on, to survive
LAIN wool
LAJIMÖN to cut up
LAK a lake
LALÄF a slug
LALEG seaweed
LALEGORIK allegorical
LALGORIT an algorithm
LALIAD an alloy
LALKIMAN an alchemist
LALKOHOL alcohol
LALKOV an alcove, a recess
LALPIK alpine
LALT alto (music)
LAM a (sharp) blade
LAMERIKÄN America, the United States
LAMIRAL an admiral
LAMPAD a lamp
LAMPIUN a (Chinese) lantern
LAMPÖR an emperor
LAMPÖRÄN an empire
LAN a soul, a spirit
LANAL (the) Supreme Spirit
LANAV psychology
LANÄLIK enthusiastic
LANÄLÖN to enthuse
LANÄLÜKÖN to enthuse
LÄNEDAL a landowner
LANILEKÄL psychiatric treatment
LANIVESTIG psychiatry
LANIVESTIGAN a psychiatrist
LÄNOD landscape
LANÖFIK spiritual
LANTÄR a (decorative) lamp, a light
LANTEN an aerial, an antenna
LANUD an alder (tree)
LAOÄD an aloe (plant)
LAODIK aloud, loud
LAODIKO loudly
LAORTAD aorta
LAPELACÖDAL an appeal judge
LARABAN an arab
LARAM an alarm
LARAMÖN to raise the alarm
LARDAMEL (the) open sea
LARDIK extensive
LARGENTASTÖMEM (table) silver
LARGENTIN silver (substance)
LARIN a larynx
LARTÜG a (newspaper) article
LASÄR a lizard
LASBED asbestos
LASER a laser
LASIL an asylum (from an enemy), a shelter
LASIV lust
LASUMÖN to pick up
LASÜRABLÖV an azure blue
LATAR an altar
LATIK late, tardy
LATIKÖN to be late
LATLETIK athletic
LAUD a lark
LAUTAN an author, a writer
LAUTOT a (written) work
LAUTÖN to write (as an author)
LAVABASIN (kitchen) sink
LAVABÖVÄD a washbasin
LAVACIN a washing machine
LAVALAUK washing liquid
LAVARAN a miser
LAVARIK avaricious, mean
LAVASTITOD a laundry
LAVAT lava
LAVÄDAFLAB a face cloth
LAVOD laundry
LAVOGAN a lawyer
LAVÖN to wash
LAVÖP a laundry
LAVÜLÖN to rinse
LAY garlic
LAYET a drawer
by, with
LÄB happiness, fortune, luck
LÄBIK happy, fortunate, lucky
LÄBLIN a contribution
LÄCERIK frivolous, superficial
LÄD lady, Mrs (läd 'X' = Mrs. 'X')
LÄDÜL young lady, Miss (lädül 'X' = Miss 'X')
LÄFULÜKIK extra, supplementary
LÄGIAN a belt (supporting gun, etc)
LÄGÖN to hang (lägob pänoti len völ = I hang
the painting on the wall)
LÄKÖN to lick
LÄL garlic
LÄMBUSK an ambush
LÄMBUSKÖN to ambush
LÄMPIK clear (weather)
LÄN country, land
LÄNÄD country (as opposed to town)
LÄNED ground, terrain
LÄNEM a nickname
LÄNOD scenery
LÄO in addition
LÄOD an addition, an epithet
LÄRNAHIPUL an apprentice boy
LÄRNAN a learner, a pupil
LÄRNOD a lesson
LÄRNÖN to learn
LÄS less
LÄSDIGIDÖN to underestimate
LÄSETÖN to disappoint
LÄSIKAM a decline
LÄSIKÖN to become weaker
LÄSKIOMAN an Eskimo
LÄSÖFIK demeaning
LÄTEN brass
LÄTIK last (lätiküno = last of all)
LÄTIKNA the last time
LÄTIKO lastly
LÄÜKÖN to enclose
LÄYÜMIK additional
LÄZIB a side dish
LEADÖN (+ INFIN) to allow, to permit, to let (leadön
falön = to drop (to let fall)
LEADÖN DEFLUMÖN to deflate (air from tyre)
LEÄKTRONAV electronics
LEAR an olive tree
LEARAFLUK an olive
LEARALEÜL olive oil
LEBASOV double bass (music)
LEBAT a scourge
LEBAVET a shawl
LEBIT a campaign
LEBLADÖN to blow (of wind)
LEBLAM a reprimand
LEBLAMÖN to reprimand
LEBLIMÖN to make up (a bed)
LEBLUDAM a haemorrhage
LEBONED a subscription (to a magazine, etc)
LEBONEDÖN to subscribe (to a magazine, etc)
LEBÖB (the) Stock Exchange
LEBÖTAN a head waiter
LEBÖTID a drinking spree
LEBUG a gulf (= coastal)
LEBÜDAN a commander
LEBÜR a head office
LEBÜRAL a chancellor
LECÄD highness, eminence
LECED a point of view
LECEIN a conversion
LECEK a stable
LECÜD an axe
LECÜT a fraud, a swindle
LED lace
LEDAUT a princess
LEDINIK principal
LEDINO chiefly, mainly, principally
LEDITÖN (DE) to say goodbye, to take leave (of)
LEDOM a mansion, a palace
LEDREDODIK macabre
LEDROLIK ridiculous
LEDUNÖFIK elaborate
LEDUNÖN to accomplish, to attain, to carry out
LEDUTOD a property (= quality)
LEDUTÖN (LÜ) to belong (to)
LEDÜFIK rock hard
LEEFAD an elephant
LEF balm, yeast
LEFAD a line, a string
LEFANOT booty; a quarry (hunting); spoils (of war)
LEFAT a grandfather
LEFÄK an obsession, a passion
LEFÄKÄLIK extreme, passionate
LEFÄNÖN to wave
LEFENIKÖN to exhaust
LEFIDED a banquet
LEFIL a conflagration
LEFILAHUK a poker
LEFILAPOLDAN a fire-fighter, a fireman
LEFILÖ! fire!
LEFILÖN to be burning, to be on fire
LEFLITÖM an airliner
LEFOG a cloud
LEFÖN a furnace
LEFRED (good) cheer
LEFREDIK cheerful
LEGAD a (public) park, public gardens
LEGÄT a legation (= building)
LEGIK genuine, real
LEGIVOT a gift, a present
LEGLÖPOT a dome
LEGLÜG a cathedral
LEGUAN an iguana
LEHÄRETAL a heresiarch
LEHITIK boiling hot
LEIG equality
LEIGAMAGOD an example (= parable)
LEIGAMOD a counterpart
LEIGAPENAM a homograph
LEIGATON an equivalent sound
LEIGÄT equivalent
LEIGAVET equilibrium
LEIGED a uniform
LEIGETÖN to be quits, to be straight
LEIGIK equal
LEIGO likewise
LEIGOD a comparison
LEIGODIK comparable
LEIGODO by (in) comparison
LEIGODÖN (KO/TÄ) to compare (with)
LEIGODÜ in comparison with
LEIGÖN to equal, to be equal to
LEIGOSO equally, just as
LEITIK light (= not heavy)
LEJÄFIDÖN (ME) to be obsessed (with)
LEJEDÖN to fling, to hurl
LEJEKÖN to appal, to terrify
LEJENÖF reality
LEJONOD an instruction
LEJUIT a delight
LEJUITIK delightful
LEKÄL treatment (medical)
LEKAN art
LEKANAN an artist
LEKANÄL artistry
LEKANOT a fine art
LEKÄF a trick, a deception
LEKÄL (medical) treatment
LEKLÄR lightening (in a storm)
LEKEV a cave
LEKEVAV speleology
LEKLEUDAN a prior
LEKLIN cleanliness
LEKLUINÖN to clean, to polish
LEKLUINÖM a polisher, a scraper
LEKOEF a creed
LEKOEFÖN to admit, to confess
LEKOMIP a battle
LEKONED a novel (literature)
LEKONFIDÖN to rely on
LEKOSÄDADÜP the rush hour
LEKRED a belief, a faith
LEKREDAKOBÄD a (religious) sect
LEKREDANASEDÄB a missionary
LEKTIN electricity
LEKTINAFLUMIKURB an electric switch
LEKTINANÄM electric power
LEKTINANIBUD a trolley bus
LEKTINIDÖN to electrify
LEKTINIK electric(al)
LEKUSEN a cushion, a pillow
LEKÜPÄLÖN (ME) to concentrate (on) (mental activity)
LEL a lily
LELATLETIK athletic
LELILÖN to hear, to learn, to understand
LELIVAKONÖMAV a free economy (theory)
LELIVAMASONAN a freemason
LELOBÖN to praise, to worship
LELOGÄDIK outstanding, prominent
LELOGÖN to consider
LELÖF passionate love
LELÖFÄDIK fond (of)
LELÖFÄDIKÖN (DÖ) to fall in love (with)
LELÖFIK dear, lovable
LELÖFÖN to love (passionately)
LELÖLO as a whole
LELÜGIK tragic
LEM paralysis
LEMAKET a supermarket
LEMEIL flour
LEMEKÖN to complete, to finish
LEMESED an income, a salary, a wage
LEMOT a grandmother
LEMOTEDIK (of) gentle (birth)
LEMÖD a lot of
LEMÖDOT a crowd, a great deal
LEMUDIÄR a muzzle
LEMUFÜKÖN to agitate, to shake, to shrug
* lemufükön nami = to shake hands
LEMUAM an extreme
LEMUIK extreme
LEMÜF a locomotive
LEMÜLÖN to limp
LEMÜR a splash
LEN at, on
LENAUD a horror
LENKÖTÖN to slice
LENLABÖN (KLOTIS) to wear (clothes)
LENO certainly not, not at all
LENOS absolutely nothing
LENOID a din, a noise
LENOF an insult
LENSEIDOT an appendix (book)
LENSUMÖN to accept
LENTÜL a lens (eye)
* kontagalentül(s) = contact lense(s)
LENUIK up-to-date
LENÜKÖN (KLOTIS) to put on (clothes)
LENÜNAN a reference (person)
LEOD an arrangement, an order
LEODÖN to arrange (in order)
LEODÜKÖN to arrange (items)
LEOG an echo
LEON a lion (leonasep = a lion's den)
LEONATOAR a sea lion
LEP an ape, a monkey
LEPÄDAN an abbott
LEPÄDANÖP an abbey
LEPEDÖN to crush
LEPID repentance
LEPLÄG a (dress) rehearsal
LEPLEDS LÜMPIK The Olympic Games
LEPLEKÖN to adore, to supplicate, to worship
LEPLÜT(S) manner(s); politeness
LEPÖK a failure
LEPRAD leprosy
LERÄT a puzzle
LEROR a shout, a shriek
LERORÖN to bellow, to shout, to yell
LERÖBAPAPÜR sand paper
LESAG an assertion
LESAGÖN to assert, to claim
LESEATÖP an (army) position
LESET a theorem
LESI! sure!
LESIG a drought
LESIL outer space
LESINIK wicked
LESINOD vice
LESIÖN to assure, to ensure, to make sure of
LESIÖRADOM a manor (house)
LESKAN an outrage
LESOGÄD high society
LESON a prince
LESPAD (the) cosmos
LESPADABLUF a space probe
LESPADANAF an spaceship
LESPADANAFAN an astronaut
LESPADATIMÄD (the) space age
LESPAT an excursion
LESKRUB a (ship's) screw
LESTAB (MELA) the bottom (of the sea)
LESTEKATEGED an eiderdown
LESTIGÄDÖN to irritate
LESTIMAN an admirer, a fan
LESTRALÖN (LOVE) to outshine
LESTÜM esteem, regard, reverence
LESTÜMÖN to esteem
LESUIDIKÖN to faint away
LESÜT a highway
LETÄLEN genius
LETEP a hurricane
LETIDAN a headmaster
LETIK (mental) consideration
LETIKÖN to consider
LETIRÖM a wrench
LETIRÖN to drag, to haul
LETODÖN to defy, to torment
LETÖBID trouble, inconvenience
LETÖN to let in
LETÜV the discovery (of continent/country)
LEÜL oil, lubrication
LEÜLÖN to oil, to lubricate
LEVALANAF a space ship
LEVALIDACED a general opinion
LEVEG a highway, a road
LEVEMIK enormous, supreme
LEVERIK absolute
LEVIENIK wind-swept
LEVIP passion
LEVOTIKAM an anti-climax
LEYANAN a gate-keeper, a janitor
LEZIL fervour, zeal
LEZILIM extremism, fanaticism
LEZIÖB a (prison) cell
LIÄG holly
LIB freedom, liberty
LIBAVILADÜNÖLAN a volunteer
LIBELUL a dragonfly
LIBIK free
LIBIO free (stadükön libio = to set free)
LIBÜKAM liberation
LIBÜKAN a rescuer
LICID a lychee (= fruit)
LICIN origin
LID a song
LIÄNÜLAM a foot (in verse)
LIEDAN a sufferer
LIEDIK unfortunate
LIEDÖ! unfortunately!
LIEDÖN (DEMÜ) to suffer (for/from/on account of)
LIEDÜKÖN to upset (emotionally)
LIEG fortune, riches, wealth
LIEGIK rich, wealthy
LIEGÖF richness
LIEN a line
LIENÄD a (physical) feature
LIENET madness, mania
LIENETIK insane, mad
LIEV a hare
LIF life
LIFAJENÄD a life history
LIFAMOTAMIK viviparous
LIFICINIK bio-mechanical
LIFIK alive, living
LIFOT an experience
LIFÄDÖN to spend (time)
LIFÖFIK brisk
LIFÖFÜKÖN to invigorate
LIFÖN to be alive, to live
LIFT an elevator, a lift
LIKÖR a liqueur
LIKVIR liquorice
LIL an ear
LILAMASIEN (sense of) hearing
LILAMASTUMIL a hearing aid
LILAMAZÄN the inner ear
LILÄMISUDÜKÖL deafening
LILÖN to hear
LIM a limb, a member
LIMAN a (human) member
LIMEDÜKAM membership
LIMONAD lemonade
LIN a ring (= a circle)
LINDIGOT indigo
LINDIF apathy
LINDIFÖN to be indifferent
* lindifos = it doesn't matter
LINEG a tongue
LINGLAPÜK English (= the language in general)
LINGLÄN England
LINGLÄNAPÜK English (= the language of England)
LINUL linoleum
LINUMASTOF linen (cloth)
LIO? how?
LIOMÖDOTIKNA? how many times?
LIOMÖDOTO? how much?
LIÖL a mile
LIÖTAN a lieutenant
LIP a lip
LIPASTAFÜL lipstick
LIRID iris (both eye and flower)
LISED a list
LISITAN a candidate
LISLADÄN Iceland
LIT light (= not dark)
LITAREKLAM an illuminated advertisement
LITAREOL a halo
LITASTRALÖN to shine
LITERAT literature
LITIK bright, light
LITODÖN to print (photographs)
LITÜKAM illumination
LITÜKÖN to illuminate
LIUD a link (connection)
LIUNÖN to draw, to trace (a line)
LIUNÜL a comma
LIVÄL self-sufficiency
LIVÄTIK independent
LIVIK free, loose, slack, unfastened
LIVOD leave (in army)
LIVÖN to be loose
LIVÜKAM release (from prison, duty, etc)
LIVÜKÖN to loosen, to slacken, to unfasten
LIVÜP leisure (time); a pastime
LO in view of
LOASID an oasis
LOATAMON rent (payment)
LOATAN a lodger
LOATATOOD a taxi
LOATÄB a hired servant
LOB praise
LOBEDIK obedient
LOBEDÖN to obey
LOBLINÖN to bring up (a subject)
LOBÜL approval
LOBÜLAVOKÄDÖN to cheer
LOBÜLÖN to applaud
LÖDADOM an apartment
LODASPAD the hold of a ship (for cargo)
LODOT a cargo, a load
LOENÖN (DE) to borrow (from); to loan
LOETAMAPAÄL a frying-pan
LOETAMAPARAT a barbecue
LOETAMIT roast (meat)
LOETANÖG a fried egg
LOETAMAPARAT a barbecue
LOETAPÖTETIL a chip
LOETÖN to fry, to roast
LOFOT a (specific) offer
LOFÖN to offer
LOFÜD east
LOG an eye
LOGABOB an eyebrow
LOGAGLÖP an eyeball
LOGAKEV an eye socket
LOGALIP an eyelid
LOGALIPÖN to blink
LOGALIPAHER an eyelash
LOGAM (sense of) sight, a view
LOGASAUNÜKÖP an eye clinic
LOGATOF an eye drop
LOGÄDIK visible
LOGÄDIKÖN to become visible, to be seen
LOGÄDÖN to be seen, to be visible
LOGED a glance, a look
LOGEDAHOG a peep-hole
LOGEDÖN (LÜ) to glance (at), to look (at)
LOGET a gaze
LOGETÖN to contemplate
LOGOD a face
(logodakölül = complexion)
LOGODÖN (ÄS) to appear, to look (like)
LOGOT a sight
* pö logot balid = at first sight
LOGOTÖN (ÄS) to appear outwardly (like)
LOGÖFOT a (tourist) attraction
LOGÖN to look, to see
LOJAD a (theatre) box
LOK a mirror
LOKTOP an octopus
LOKÖN to be mirrored/reflected
LOM home
LOMÄDÜKÖN (OKI) to settle down
LOMANEF (the) family
LOMÄN homeland
LOMÄNAN a (fellow) countryman
LOMÄNÄL patriotism
LOMIO homewards
LOMO at home
LOMÖFACEM a sitting room
LON a/the law
LONÄD a decision
LONÄDÖN to determine, to settle
LONEM the (body of) the law, legislation
LONÖF a particular quality
LONÖFIK valid
LONÖFÖN to be valid
LONÖN to arrange, to ratify
LONÜLÖN to put, to submit (for con sideration)
LOP an opera
LOPÜL an operetta
LORD a lord
LOREIDÖN to read out
LORKID an orchid
LORM an elm
LOSEITÖN to present
LOTERAZÖT a lottery ticket, a raffle ticket
LOTID accommodation
LOTIDÄB a guest
LOTIDÖP an hotel, a hostelry
LOVATIK oval (shape)
LOVE over
LOVEBOID(IO) overboard
LOVEBOTAM a (water) crossing
LOVEGOLÖN (LOVE) to cross (over)
LOVELIFÄDÖN to outlive
LOVEIKÖM interface (computer)
LOVEIVOTÖN (INI) to turn / convert (into)
LOVELOGAM a bird's-eye view
LOVENAF a ferry(boat)
LOVENAFAMÖP a ferry crossing
LOVEPENAM transcription
LOVEPENÄT a transcription
LOVESEDÖN to transmit
LOVESUMÖN to succeed (= to follow on); to undertake (to do
something)
LOVIOTIRAKLOT a pullover, a sweater
LOXIN oxygen
LOZON ozone
LÖÄDÖN to rise, to stand up
löädön se bed = to get up
LÖBIDAKÖTÖN to lobotomize (= to cut frontal lobe of brain in
an operation)
LÖBRUID effervescence
LÖDADOM a flat
LÖDAN an inhabitant
LÖDATEAD an appartment, a flat
LÖDAVAB a caravan
LÖDÖN to live, to reside
LÖDÖP place of residence
LÖDÜKÖN to inhabit, to live in
LÖF love
LÖFÄB a loved one
LÖFÄL a hobby
LÖFIDIK appealing, charming
LÖFIK lovable, dear
LÖFILÖN to like
LÖFLAM a blaze
LÖFÖFIK kind
LÖFÖN to love
LÖFÜLÖN to caress, to fondle
LÖG a leg
LÖIK upright
LÖK a lock
LÖLIK entire, whole
LÖLIKO completely, wholly, quite
LÖLÖFIK complete
LÖLIMIK extremist
LÖMIN a chemical element
LÖNAFRUTÄL self - interest
LÖNANATÄLIK innate
LÖNÄL one's very self, the essential self
LÖNEDIK fitting, suitable
LÖNEDIKÖN (AD) to become adapted (to)
LÖNEDÖN (PÖ) to be fitting, to be suitable (for)
LÖNEDÜKÖN to adapt, to adjust
LÖNIK (one's) own
LÖNÜLÖN to conform to
LÖODÖN to erect, to raise up
LÖÖN to stand up straight
LÖPATEGED a counterpane (on bed)
LÖPATIDÖP a college
LÖPIKÖN to take off (= aeroplane)
LÖPIKÖL ascending
LÖPIO upward(s)
LÖPIOTOVÖN to uplift
LÖPO up(stairs) (go löpo = topmost)
LÖPÜ above, on top of
LÖSTANÖN to stand up
LÖSTROGENIN oestrogen (drug)
LÖTIRÖN to pull up
LÖÜKÖN to raise up
LOVEMELIK overseas
LOVESTÜRÖN to pass on
LÖVIK low (= height)
LUÄG a harebell
LUBEGAN a beggar
LUBEL a hill
LUCÄD snobbery
LUDIVODIK addictive
LUDOMIL a hut
LUDRINÖN to booze
LUEG a lung
LUEGAFLAMAT pneumonia
LUF windward side (nautical)
LUFAT a stepfather
LUFLAD a jug
LUFUT a paw
LUFÜMIK vague
LUG a lie
LUGAN a liar
LUGÖN to lie
LUKAGAM malicious gossip
LUKRÜT (bad) criticism
LUHARAT a slum
LUHÄT a cap (= headgear)
LUIB a wheel
LUIBAMEKAN a wheelwright
LUIMIK wet
LUIMIKÖN to get wet
LUIMÖF humidity, moisture
LUIMÖN to be moist/wet
LUIMÜLIK damp
LUKÄFIK cunning, sly
LUKOMUNIK vulgar
LUKÖNÄDAMON loose change
LUMAN a scoundrel
LUMESED a gratuity, a tip
LUKOFIKO mockingly, sneeringly
LUKRED superstition
LUKÜNIK foolhardy
LUL five
LULAK a pond
LULIT poor light, twilight
LUM an elm (tree)
LUMAGIF pomp
LUMAN a wretch
LUMARAT (the) rat race
LUMOT a stepmother
LUNÄDIK oblong
LUNET (geographic) length
LUNID a glimmer (= weak light)
LUNIK long
LUNOFÖN to abuse, to revile
LUNOTIK long (= measure) (lunotik mö mets
kil = three metres long)
LUNÜKÖN to lengthen
LUP a wolf
LUPANAR a brothel
LUPLEIDIK conceited, vain
LUPÖP a mob, a rabble
LUPREDIK unctuous
LUSLUGÖN to swallow up
LUSMEL a stench
LUSMELÖN (ÄS) to stink (of)
LUSOG a gang
LUSPET an illusion
LUSPIKÖN (DÖ) to chatter, to gossip (about)
LUSTÄN a pennant
LUSTEBEDÖN to miss (= neglect)
LUSTIGÄDAN a ringleader, a trouble-maker
LUSTOG a ankle-sock
LUSÜT an alley, a lane (= in town)
LUT air
* in lut lardik = in the open air
LUTAM ventilation
LUTAMAFONÄD a ventilation shaft
LUTAPED air pressure
LUTAPOF an airport
LUTAPOT airmail
LUTEM (the) atmosphere
LUTEDAN a hawker
LUTOFAD gossamer
LUUK an ulcer
LUVAB a cart
LUVEG a lane, a path (= in the country)
LUVERATIK probable
LUVOKÄD a cry, a shout
LUVOKÄDÖN to cry out, to shout
LUXAMÖN to glance through
LUYAL a corridor
LUYÖN to moo (like a cow)
to, toward(s)
LÜ- -in-law
(lüfat, lümot = father-in-law, mother-in-law)
LÜÄL a (mental) attitude
LÜÄT uvula
LÜBÄTIK tempting
LÜD wrestling
LÜFAT a father-in-law
LÜG sadness
LÜGADRAMAT a tragedy
LÜGIK sad, sorry
LÜGOLOVIK accessible
LÜJONIL an allusion
LÜKAN a spy
LÜKONFIDÖN to entrust
LÜKÖLO furtively
LÜKÖM an arrival
LÜKÖMAN a new arrival (person)
LÜKÖMÖN (LÜ) to arrive (at)
LÜKÖMÖP a destination
LÜKÖN to spy on, to watch
LÜL an owl
LÜLENÜKÖN to stretch out
LÜLOGAN an onlooker, a spectator
LÜLOGANEF an audience (of members of the public)
LÜLOGED a sight, a spectacle
LÜLOGEDÄL an aspect
LÜLOGÖN to watch
LÜMÄT a match (for lighting)
LÜMF lymph (gland)
LÜMPIAD Olympiad
LÜNAVAN an optician
LÜNÄT (a pair of) spectacles
LÜOD direction
LÜODÄL counselling, guidance
LÜODÜ towards, in the direction of
LÜODÜKÖN to direct, to guide
LÜSMILILÖN (LÜ) to smile at
LÜSPIKAVÖD a form of address
LÜTIRÖN (to) attract
LÜSTRID a hedgehog
LÜSUMÖN to accept, to acknowledge
LÜT a lute
LÜÜKÖN to add (to), to attach
LÜVÖN to desert, to leave
LÜXÜÖD a luxury
LÜYÜMOD a determinative

M

MA according to
MAALGAM an amalgamation
MAAT a mast
MAÄ as (= in proportion)
MABAR amber
MABOIN marble (substance)
MADIK mature, ripe
MAETÜT amethyst
MAF a measure
MAFÄDÜ for, in relation to...
MAFIB an amphibion
MAFIDÖN to try on (clothes)
MAFOT a size (shoe, glove); a dimension (general)
MAFÖN to measure
MAG a likeness, a representation
MAGAD a shop, a store
MAGAPENÄT hieroglyphics, pictography
MAGÄD an impression
MAGÄDABIK impressive
MAGÄL a fantasy (imagery)
MAGÄLIK fantastic
MAGÄLOD a mirage
MAGÄLÖN to imagine
MAGED an appearance, build (of person); a form; a phenomenon
MAGET a style (clothing)
MAGIFIK splendid, wonderful
MAGITAN a magistrate
MAGIVAL a wizard
MAGIVAN a magician
MAGIVÖN to practise magic
MAGNET a magnet
MAGNOL a magnolia (tree)
MAGOD a picture
MAGODAKAD a picture card
MAGODAKASÄT a video cassette
MAGODATANIL a video tape
MAGODEMÖP gallery (of computer images)
MAGODISUMODÖN a video recorder
MAGOT a statue
MAGOVIK imaginable
MAGUL a representation, a reproduction
* magulön oki su . . . = to model oneself on . . .
MAHUN mahogany (wood)
MAIFIK open
MAIFOD a gap, an opening
MAIFÜKÖN to open
MAIKÖTÖN to cut open
MAIPADÖN to open a book
MAIT maize (= cereal)
MAJÖ! quick march!
MAKET a market
MAKRON macaroni
MAKRORIN an elephant seal
MAL a mark, a sign
MALAMANÄTÄPRET sign language (for the deaf)
MALAR malaria
MALÄD a disease, an illness
MALÄDAN a patient
MALÄDANIVABED an ambulance
MALÄDANÖP a hospital, an infirmary
MALÄDIK ill
MALÄDIKÖN to become ill, to fall ill
MALEDITILÖ! blow it! damn it!
MALEKÖN to march
MALEOL a knuckle
MALET a signal
MALETALIT a traffic light
MALETAMATÜM a lighthouse
MALOD an adjunct (grammar)
MALT malt
MALUV a mallow
MAN a man
MANDOLIN a mandolin
MANID mania
MANIK male
MANÖV a manoeuvre
MAP a file, a folder, a portfolio
MARAT a marathon (= race)
MARÄD a marsh
MARÄDÜKAM swamping
MARÄDÜKÖN to swamp
MARD Mars
MARENIK naval
MARGARIN margarine
MART a weasel
MARTÜRAN a martyr
MASADACEM an attic, a garret
MASAPEN marzipan
MASAT a mass (= great quantity)
MASET a massage
MASETAN a masseur
MASKAGUMOD chewing-gum
MASKAR a mask
MASKÖN to chew, to masticate
MASTAN a master
MASTÖN to rule
MASTURBAT masturbation
MASTÜKÖN (OKI DÖ) to master, to make oneself the master of
MAT marriage
MATABLIM (wedding) trousseau
MATAN a husband or a wife
MATEDADEL a (wedding) anniversary
MATEDATÄV a honeymoon
MATEMATAN a mathematician
MATER (basic) material
MATIKÖN (KO) to get married (to), to marry. to wed
MATIOL a stock-gilliflower, a wallflower
MATIRAJAN a betrothal, an engagement
MATITEIL a divorce
MATITEILÖN to divorce
MATRAD a mattress
MATROD a sailor
MATÜKÖN to marry, to wed
MAULÄT an amulet, a charm
MAXÜL a jaw
MÄYONÄD mayonnaise (garnish)
MAYUL May
MAXÜL a jaw
MÄDÖN to upholster
MÄGIK lean (= not fat(ty); slim, thin
MÄK a sign
MÄKÖN to (make a) mark
MÄKUN opium
MÄL six
MÄNED a mantle, an overcoat
MÄNIOTÖN to mention
MÄNIOTÜL an allusion, a remark
MÄNSIDIK thin (of hair)
MÄNT mint
MÄPET violence
MÄPLAT a plaster (medical)
MÄPÜDIK cheeky, impudent, insolent
MÄR a fairy tale
MÄRALÄN fairyland
MÄRKURIN mercury (substance)
MÄSÄD Mass (R.C. Church)
MÄSPIL a medlar (tree)
MÄT competitiveness
MÄTED competition
MÄTEDÖN (KO) to compete (with)
MÄTÖP an arena
MÄYONÄD Mayonnaise (garnish)
MÄYORAM marjoram
MÄYÖN to bleat (sheep)
MÄZUL March
ME by means of, with
MEB a recollection
MEBAMAL a monument
MEBÖN to recall
MED a means (to an end)
MEDIN a medecine, a remedy
MEDITÖN to ponder
MEDUL spinal cord
MEDÜ by means of...
MEGÖN to splash about
MEIB a reminder
MEIKÖN to lay (railway line), to lay out (a garden)
MEIN mining
MEINÄD a mine
MEKAVAMEN a robot, an android
MEKAVIK artificial
MEKÖN to do, to make
MEL a sea
MELADOG a seal
MELAJETET a pier
MELAKÄV a wharf
MELAMALÄD seasickness
MELAN a sailor
MELAPON a pier
MELARAVAN a pirate
MELARAKET a torpedo
MELAROVÖP (sea) straits
MELASPATAVEG a promenade
MELASÜT a strait (geographical)
MELAT molasses, treacle
MELATÄV (sea) voyage
MELOD a melody
MELUN a melon
MEM memory
MEMOT a memory
MEMOSEVÖN to recognize
MEMÖN to remember
MEN man (= a human being)
MENABIDÄD man (= human species)
MENÄD an age (= generation)
MENAMÖDOT a crowd, a multitude
MENEN meninges
MENIK human
MENOD a (general) improvement
MENS people (= in general)
MERITÖN to earn, to merit
MERUL a blackbird
MESED a (financial) reward, a salary, a wage
MESEDIK rewarding
METAL a metal
METOD a method
METÖF (the) metric system
METÖFAV metrology
MEUG an opinion, an outlook, a point of view
MEUGIJON a demonstration
MIBÖNÖN to envy
MID (human) flesh
MIDUN a fault, a misdeed
MIED a boundary, a limit
MIEDALIEN a side (maths)
MIEDETÖN to define (= bounds/limits)
MIEDÖFÜKAM restriction
MIEDÜKÖN to hem in, to restrict
MIEL honey
MIELAVIN mead
MIFOMIK disfigured
MIFÄT a catastrophe
MIFÄTAN a malefactor
MIGACIN a mixer
MIGEB abuse, misuse
MIGOT a mixture
MIGÖM a blender, a mixer
MIGÖN to mix
MIJENOT an accident
MIKEB a weed
MIKONDÖTAN a good-for-nothing, a scoundrel
MIKÖMIK unwelcome
MIKRODAGRUFILASIRKOT a long-playing record (an LP)
MIKROFON a microphone
MIKROVEF a microwave
MIKROVEFAFURNOD a microwave oven
MIL a thousand
MILAG a miracle
MILIG milk
MILIGATUT milk tooth
MILIGÖP a dairy
MILIT an army
MILITIK military
MILMET a kilometre
MIMALALOGED an omen
MIMALIKO ominously
MIMEUG hostility
MIN a mineral
MINAVAT mineral water
MINILUDIK suspicious
MINIMILEM vermin (= as a category)
MINISTER a ministry ( =government department)
MINISTERÖP a (government) ministry (= building)
MINT mint (herb)
MINUM a minimum
MINUT a minute
MIOPIK short-sighted
MIOTIK dirty, foul, polluted
MIOTÖN to soil
MIOTÜKAM (general) pollution
MIOTÜKÖN to pollute
MISEK a fiasco
MISEKIM defeatism
MISERABIK wretched
MISMELÖN to stink
MISTAD a drawback
MISTOM a thunderstorm
MISTOMÜL a squall
MISUL measles
MISUR a beat, a measure
MIT meat
MITEODAV mythology
MITICÖPAN a butcher
MITICÖPÖP a butcher's shop
MIVEG a trespass
MIVIM a bad mood (mivimiko = in a bad mood)
MO away, away from
MOÄDÖN to omit
MOB a suggestion
MOBÖN to propose, to suggest
MOBÜ at the suggestion of
MOD a manner, a means, a way
* in mod seimik = somehow
MODUGÖN to abduct
MODUN destruction
MOELÄT an omelette
MOFIAN gear box
MOFÖM gear lever
MOFÖN to drive (= animals)
MOFUGÖN (DE) to escape, to run away (from)
MOGOLÖN to go away
MOIKÖN to be rid of
MOJÜTÖN to go through (to dispose of one after another)
MOLÄDIK gentle, tender
MOLIK soft
MOMOFÖN to expel, drive away, repel
MON money
MONALAYET a (shop) till
MONAPOKÜL a wallet
MONAPÖNOD a (monetary) fine/penalty
MONEM a fortune
MONIGETOT a (monetary) tribute
MONIT a ride (= on an animal)
MONITANAMAGOT a statue mounted on horseback
MONITÖN to ride (an animal)
MOSAIG a mosaic
MOST a monster
MOSTÖFIK atrocious, monstrous
MOSUMÖN to take away
MOT a mother
MOTÄVÖN (DE) to depart (from), to leave
MOTED a birth
MOTEDADEL a birthday, date of birth
MOTEDALÄN land of one's birth, native land
MOTEDÖP place of birth
MOTÖN to give birth to
MOTOR an engine, a motor
MOTORANIBUD a bus, a coach
MOTORASAIKUL a motor-cycle
MOTORASAIKÜL a moped
MOTORAVAB an automobile, a car
MOÜKÖN to get rid of, to take away
by (=indicating quantity)
MÖBEM (a suite of) furniture
MÖDAGOD polytheism
MÖDAVÖG polyphony (music)
MÖDIK many, much
MÖDIKUM more, several
* mödo mödikumo = much more
MÖDO a great deal
MÖDOT a number/quantity/amount
MÖDÜKUMAM proliferation
MÖGABID subjunctive mood (grammar)
MÖGÄDO eventually
MÖGIK possible
* as much as possible = mögiküno
MÖGOD a chance, a possibility, potential
MÖGOV a coverage area (as in radio/TV)
MÖGÖN to be possible (mögos, das..= it may be that)
MÖKOT a (medical) preparation
MÖKÖN to prepare
MÖN an (outside) wall
MÖSKÖD musk
MÖV a seagull
MU extremely, most
MUAD amusement, entertainment
MUADIK amusing, entertaining
MUADÖN to amuse, to entertain
MUD a mouth
MUDEL Monday
MUDOT a mouthpiece
MUF a movement
MUFAVAN a mechanic
MUFÄTÖN to flit
MUFOVÜKÖN to loosen
MUFÖN (ÄS) to move (like)
MUFÜKIAN a motor (device/machine)
MUFÜKÖN to instigate, to start off, to turn over (car engine);
* mufükön mäpetiko flitämis = to flap wings
MUFÜLIK unsteady
MUFÜLÖN to wobble, to waddle
MUG a mouse
* mugaparat = a (computer) mouse
MUIF worry
MUIFÖN to worry
MUIFÜKIK ill at ease
MUIFÜKÖN to (cause to) worry
MUIK maximal, maximum
* muiko = to the maximum
MUL a month
MULUD a mule
MUN (a/the) moon (fulamun = a full moon)
MUNÄD a satellite (= the moon(s)
MU NILÜ... next to
MU PATO above all
MURB a blackberry
MURIK sullen
MURÖN to grumble
MURÜLÖN to mumble
MUSAK a (domestic) fly
MUSED a museum
MUSIG music
MUSIGABOG a music box
MUSIGALEF an orchestra
MUSIGAN a musician
MUSIGÖM a (musical) instrument
MUSK moss
MUSKAT a nutmeg
MUSKÄN (the) tundra
MUSKÄTAN a musketeer
MUSKIT a mosquito
MUSKITIL a gnat
MUSKUL a muscle
MUSTAG a moustache
MUTAR mustard
MUTÖN (+ INFIN) to have to (= must)
MUÜKÖN to maximize
MÜÄTIK dumb, silent
MÜDAPALAT soft palate
MÜDIK soft, tender (= not hard/tough)
MÜEDÖN (DUB) to divide (by) (maths)
MÜFÖN to move, to shift
MÜGÄT a lily of the valley
MÜGDAL an almond
MÜKIK humble
MÜKÜKÖN (OKI) to humble (oneself)
MÜP a vaccination
MÜPÖN to vaccinate
MÜRÖN to murmur, to ripple, to trickle
MÜSTER a mystery
MÜSTERAV mysticism
MÜTÖN to compel, to force
MÜUL a mussel (seafood)

N

NAARGID anarchy
NAATOM anatomy
NAÄTÜ to the power of ... (maths)
NABALENIK close-fitting, tight
NABIK narrow, tight
NABÖFIK concise
NABÖFODÖNUAM a résumé, a summary
NAD a needle
NADIV an endive
NAED a time (= once, twice, etc)
NAEDAM multiplication (maths)
NAEDILO just, simply
NAEDOT a product (= an end result) (maths)
NAEDÖN to multiply (maths)
NAEMUN an anemone
NAF a ship, a vessel
NAFANEF a crew (of ship)
NAFASKRUB a propeller
NAFÄDOT flotsam, wreckage
NAFEM fleet, navy
NAG a barge
NAIDALEÜL aniseed oil
NAIDALIKÖR anisette (liqueur)
NAILON nylon (fabric)
NAJOV an anchovy
NAK an anchor
NAKAR mother-of-pearl
NAKLÜM an anvil
NAM a hand
NAMABÜOSAG palmistry
NAMAFRENÖM a handbrake
NAMAGLÖPÄD handball (game)
NAMAKEV palm (of the hand)
NAMAPENÄD a manuscript
NAMAPLAG chiropractic
NAMAPLAGAN a chiropractor
NAMETO (by the) handful
NANAD a pineapple
NARD valerian (flower)
NARKOT an anaesthetic
NARZID a daffodil, narcissus
NAT nature
NATÄDIK wild
NATÄDÖP a waste, a wilderness
NATÄL nature (= temperament)
NATED open country
NATEM breath
NATEMAM breathing
NATEMASITOT respiratory system
NATEMIBERAVÖL breathtaking
NATEMÖN to breathe
NATIK natural (= relating to nature)
NATIVESTIGAN a naturalist
NATÖFIK natural (= relating to skill/temperament)
NATRINAKARBATAZÜD TELIK bicarbonate of soda
NAUD disgust
NAUDODIK sickening
NAUDÖN to sicken
NAÜTIK boring, tedious, tiring
NAÜTÖN to bore, to tire out
NAVÄT a turnip
NÄEDAM subtraction (maths)
NÄEDÖN to subtract (maths)
NÄFÄTÖN to infect
NÄG a stitch
NÄGACIN a sewing machine
NÄGÄR a negro
NÄGÖN to sew
NÄIÄDIK adjoining
NÄIBUMOT a (building) extension
NÄIJENOT an episode (in book, film, radio, TV)
NÄILUSÜT a side alley
NÄIO incidentally
NÄISINIF a connotation, a secondary meaning
NÄISÜT a sidestreet, a turning
NÄM force
NÄMÄD power
NÄMÄDAN a potentate
NÄMÄDIÄLIM imperialism
NÄMÄT authority
NÄMETÜKÖN to charge (electrically)
NÄMIK strong
NÄMÖFIKO energetically
NÄN a dwarf
NÄRVODIK nervy, jittery, jumpy
NÄTÄPRETAN an interpreter
NÄSÄK an insect
NÄSTÜLÖN (LEN) to nestle (up to)
NÄTÄPRETAN an interpreter
NÄTIK intact, unimpaired
NÄTIMIK intimate
NÄTÜKAM a repair
NÄTÜKÖN to mend, to repair
NÄZÜM an enzyme
NEAI never, always not
NEBEN decadence
NEBENÄL ill-will
NEBEPENOVIK indescribable
NEBÖNÖN to covet, to envy
NECALIKÖN (DE/SE) to retire (from)
NEDABINOTIK abstract
NEDANÖFIK ungrateful
NEDÄLÄL intransigence
NEDEADÖFIK immortal
NEDEMÖN to neglect
NEDETIK left-hand
NEDIBÄD shallows
NEDIGÖFIK unworthy
NEDISTIDIK indistinguishable
NEDÖB innocence
NEDÖBIK innocent
NEDÖN (+ INFIN) to need
NEDUMIK bright, light (sound)
NEDUNÖN to neglect, to omit, to miss
NEF (HI-/JI-) a nephew/a niece
NEFÄDO on purpose
NEFÄGÖFAN an invalid
NEFÄKÖF apathy
NEFIEDIK unfaithful
NEFIENÖFIK unprofitable
NEFLAGIÄLIK modest, undemanding
NEFLEN an enemy
NEFLENAM enmity
NEFLIFEDIK old, second-hand
second-hand bookshop = selidöp neflifedabukas
NEFLUKÜKÖN to sterilise
NEFOMÄLOVIK unimaginable
NEFÖLOT an offence
NEFÖLÖN to neglect
NEFÖRO never, at no time
NEFRUTIK useless
NEFÜMÄLÖN to procrastinate
NEFÜMIK indefinite, uncertain
NEFÜMÜKIKÜN indefinable
NEGAT negativity
NEGIDETÜKÖN to prove wrong
NEGIDIK unfair, unjust
NEGÖNO unfavourably
NEIF a knife
NEIT a night
NEITAPAB a moth
NEITARAMARIL a (bedside) cabinet
NEITASKAL a chamber-pot
NEJAPIK blunt
NEJAFOVIK inexhaustible
NEJERIK cheap
NEJÖNIK ugly
NEKALKULOVIK incalculable, uncountable
NEKÄLÖN to neglect
NEKLINOT an impurity
NEKOM absence
* senobs nekomi ofa = we miss her.
NEKOVENIÄLIK inconvenient
NEKÖSÖMIK extraordinary
NEKÖSÖMIKO extraordinarily
NEKREDOVIK incredible, unbelievable
NEKVÄNOVIK unquenchable
NELAB a want
NELABÖN (BOSI) not to have, to be missing, to be without
NELABÜKÖN (EKE BOSI) to deprive (someone of something)
NELAIDIK changeable (of weather, etc), gradual
NELÄBIK unfortunate, unhappy
NELEGIK fictitious
NELEIGIK unequal
NELEIGODOVIK incomparable
NELELILOVIK inaudible
NELEODIK untidy
NELETIAN an obstacle
NELETÖN to deny, to hinder, to prevent
NELOGAMOVIK invisible
NELOGÄDIKÖN to disappear
NELOGÄDÜKÖN to make disappear
NELOVEDUTOVIK inalienable
NELUF lee-side (nautical)
NELUVERATIK improbable
NEMEDIKO directly, immediately
NEM a name
NEMAPENÄT a signature
NEMEDIK direct, immediate
NEMISEVABIK unmistakeable
NEMÖDIK few, not a lot, not much, not many
NEMÖDO few, little, not a lot
NEMÖDÜKÖN to abate, to reduce
NEMÖGIK impossible
NEMU minimally, in the least
NEMUIK minimal, minimum
NEMUÜKÖN to minimize
NEMÜ on behalf of
NEMÜTOVIK without constraint
NEN without
NENÄMIK powerless
NENÄMÜKAM exhaustion
NENÄTÖF immunity (medical)
NENBUKO by heart
NENDANIK ungrateful
NENDÄMIK innocent
NENDÄMOVIK harmless
NENDEMÜ regardless of
NENDÖFIK perfect
NENFINAM infinity
NENFINÜPIK eternal
NENLEIGODOVIK incomparable
NENLEKREDAN an atheist
NENIFLAT deflation
NENEFÖLOTIK guiltless, innocent
NENITEDÄLIKO uninterestedly
NENKUDIKO unconcerned
NENKURAD depression
NENMUFIK immobile
NENMÜTIG free and easy; unconstrained
NENPLÄOTO invariably, without exception
NENROPIK continuous, unbroken, uninterrupted
NENSAMIK unheard of, without precedent
NENSEKIKO in vain, unsuccessfully
NENSIN innocence, sinlessness
NENSLIP insomnia
NENSLIPAN an insomniac
NENSTABÖFIK unfathamomable
NENSÜENIK piffling, trifling
NENTRUF no trumps (card games)
NENUMOVIK countless
NENVILIKO instinctively
NENVOB unemployment
NENVOBIK out of work, unemployed
NENVÖLADAN a good-for-nothing
NENZEDIKO incessantly
NEOD a need, a requirement, a want
NEODÖN to need, to require, to want
NEODÜL frustration
NEPLIDÖN to displease
NEPLITIK disagreeable, unpleasing
NEPLU less (not more)
NEPLUIK less (not more)
NEPLUIKAM a decrease, a fall, a reduction
NEPLUIKÖN to diminish
NEPLUNUM a minority
NEPLUÜKÖN to diminish
NEPLÜTIK impolite, rude
NEPLÜTÜLIK naughty
NEPÖTÖFIK unsuitable
NEPUBÖN to disappear
NEPUED indecency, immodesty
NES without (+ infinitive)
NESEIMO nowhere
NESEV ignorance
NESEVÄDAN a stranger
NESEVÄDIK anonymous, unknown
NESEVÄLÖFIK unconscious
NESIÄDIK abstract
NESIÄM nonsense
NESKIL awkwardness
NESNATIK dishonest
NESPALIK overwhelming, unsparing
NESPÄLÖN to spend, to waste (= cash/food)
NESTIPÖFIKO absolutely
NESTÖNIK immoderate
NESTÜM contempt
NESTÜMÖN to despise
NESUDEL a weekday
NESUFOVIK unbearable
NESÜENIK rash
NET a nation
NETASOGÄDIM National Socialism (= Naziism)
NETÄT a nationality
NETIK national
NETRÄITÖFIK incorrigible
NEUMATIK wheezy
NEÜF a nymph
NEV a nerve
NEVERATÖN to be wrong (= incorrect)
NEVASITOT the nervous system
NEVASIÜL a motor neuron
NEVED unmaking
NEVERÄTIK incorrect, wrong
NEVIFIK slow
NEVIKODOVIK insuperable, unconquerable
NEVIODIK unspoilt
NEVIPABIK undesirable
NEVITOVIKO inevitably
NEVOROVIK hard-wearing
NEXÄNÖN (DE) to descend, to get down (from)
NI...NI neither...nor
NIBLIT underpants
NIBOTEL a confectioner, a pastry-cook
NIBUD a bus
NICÄST incest
NIDAIN a brilliant (cut diamond)
NIDETATATAKAN an inside right (= football)
NID a lustre
NIDIK brilliant
NIDÖN to shine
NIDUTIAN an inductor
NIDÜLON to shimmer, to sparkle
NIEDIK bright, shining
NIF snow
NIFAKUM a snowdrift
NIFILÜKAM internal combustion
NIFLAT inflation
NIFÖN to snow
NIFÜP winter
NIG ink
NIGASKUTIÄR ink-jet (computer)
NIGIÄR an ink-pot
NIGROM necromancy
NIJIT a vest
NIJUÜP a petticoat
NIK a niche, a recess
NIKOTIN nicotine
NILÄD a neighbourhood
NILÄDAN a neighbour
NILÄDIK neighbouring
NILÄN interior (of country)
NILIKÖN (LÜ) to approach, to draw near (to)
NILO close-by
NILUD a notion
NILUDAM a supposition
NILUDO presumably, probably
NILUDÖN to suppose
NILUIBARIF a tyre
NILÜ near
NIM an animal, a creature
NIMAGAD a zoo
NIMED livestock
NIMIKONLET a menagerie
NIMISANAN a veterinary surgeon
NIMÜL a pet
NINÄD contents
NINÄDAMAFÄGIK capacity
NINÄDIAN a container
NINÄDIANIL an insert
NINÄDÖN to contain, to include
NINÄLÖN to ponder
NINÄM(S) intestine(s)
NINEDIK in-built, intrinsic
NINIÄR a cartridge (for computer, camera)
* niganiniär = an ink cartridge (for computer)
NINIK internal
NINIKÖN (INI) to enter (into)
NINOTIAN implant (medical)
NINÜKÖN to insert
NISUL an island
NITED an interest
NITEDÄLÖN (DÖ/TEFÜ) to be interested (in/about)
NITEDIK interesting
NITEDÖN to interest
NIT a staple
NITÖM a stapler
NITRINAKARBATAZÜD TELIK bicarbonate of soda
NIVÄT a level
NIVER a university
NIYÄK a singlet (clothing)
NIYÖN to neigh (horse)
NO no, not (no plu/no fovo = no longer)
NOAM negation
NOAT a note (music)
NOATAPENÄT (musical) notation
NOATÄDÖN to compose (music)
NOATED (sheet) music
NOBALADÄLIK magnanimous
NOBAN a noble (= person)
NOBIK noble
NOBOIN a precious stone
NOE ... ABI not only ... but
NOET a (textual) note/remark
NOFÖN to insult, to offend
NOG still, yet (no nog = not yet)
NOGANÜKÖN to organize
NOGNA once again, once more
NOID a noise
NOIDÜLASNEK a rattlesnake
NOIDÖN to make a noise
NOIK negative
NOKÖM a (door)-knocker
NOKÖN to knock
NOL knowledge, learning
NOLAV science
NOLAVAN a scientist
NOLIÄLIK inquisitive
NOLIK erudite, learnéd
NOLÖN to know (= facts)
NOLÜD (the) north
NOLÜDIK northern
NOM a rule (= regulation); (the) norm (=standard)
NOMAD a nomad
NOMIK regular
NOMÄDIK regular
NOMÖFIK regular
NOMÜKAM adjustment
NOMÜKÖN to regulate
NONIK none, not any
NONIKNA never, no kind of
NOÖN to deny
NOPLU no longer
NORMIK vertical
NOS nothing
* nothing else = nos plu
NOSÜKÖN to cancel, to destroy
NOTARAN a conveyancer, a notary
NOTED an advertisement, an announcement
NOTEDÖN to advertise
NOTET a detail, an item
NOTIK generally known, public
NOTOD an expression (= facial, in writing)
NOTODÖN to express (thoughts)
NOTÜKÖN to express, to make known
NOVUL November
NOYÖN to drown
NÖ! no!
NÖG an egg
* nögs pemufilöl = scrambled eggs
NÖGAMEAT fallopian tube
NÖT an (edible) nut
NÖTRON a neutron (physics)
NÖYÖN (EKI) to drown (someone)
NU now
NUD a nose
NUDAHOG a nostril
NUEL a fingernail, a toenail
NUF a roof
NUFAR a water lily
NUFATÄRAT a roof terrace
NUFED a ceiling
NUGAT a nougat
NUGVET an ointment
NULÄD novelty
NULÄDIK modern, up-to-date
NULÄLIK curious, inquisitive
NULÄLIKÖN (DÖ) to be curious (about)
NULÄLÖN (VA) to wonder (if/whether)
NULIK new
NULOD(S) (the) news (radio/TV)
NULULÖN to renew
NULÜDOT food, nourishment
NULÜDÖN to feed, to nourish
* to breast-feed = blöto nulüdön
NUM number (= an amount)
NUMAT a digit, a figure, a number
NUMATAPLAT a dial (on clock)
NUMATAPLATIL a dial (on wristwatch)
NUMATASIRKOT a dial (on telephone)
NUMÄDÖN to count
NUMÄT an exponent (maths)
NUMBRIL a navel
NUMIAN a calculator
NUN a message
NUNAN a messenger, a summoner
NUNAPENÖN to advise, to inform (= in writing)
NUNÄDÖN OKI (to) log in (computers)
NUNED notice, a warning
NUNEDAPENÄD a warning (sign)
NUNEDÖN to give notice, to warn
NUNIAN a computer
NUNOD an account, a report
NUNODÖN (TEFÜ) to report (about)
NUNÖN to inform
NUNS news
NUT a nod (of the head)
NUTIMIK present (time)
NUTIMO nowadays
NUTÖN to nod agreement
now that, seeing that, since
NÜBREIK a burglary
NÜBREIKAN a 'professional' burglar
NÜBREIKÖLAN an 'opportunist' burglar
NÜBREIKÖN to burgle
NÜCIDÖN to carve, to chisel
NÜDÄDAN a nude model
NÜDÄDÖN to pose in the nude
NÜDIK bare, naked, nude
NÜDRANÖN (IN) to encroach
NÜDUG an introduction
NÜDRANÖN (INI) to infiltrate
NÜFÄRMÜKÖN to shut in
NÜGIFÖN to pour out (drinks)
NÜGIV inspiration
NÜGOLÖN to enter, to go in
NÜGOLÖP an entrance
NÜK (nape of) neck
NÜKOTÖN (to) encode
NÜKÖMÖN (INI) to enter
NÜM (serial) number, No.
NÜMÄDÖN to count (= recite numerals in order)
NÜMÄDIK numerate
NÜMIGÖN to blend
NÜNAMABÜR an information/inquiry office
NÜNED a (computer) file
NÜMFEAD a water lily
NÜNAMAKANÄDEM (the) media
NÜNIÄLIK informative
NÜNÖM a computer
NÜNÖMAPROGRAM a (computer) programme
NÜNS terms (of business)
NÜPLADÒN (INI) to insert (into)
NÜSEIDOT an insert
NÜSKUTÖN to inject (medical)
NÜSLEIFÖM a chisel
NÜSUGAPAPÜR blotting-paper
NÜSUGÖN to absorb
NÜSUMÖN to consume
NÜTATAK an invasion
NÜTATAKÖN to invade
NÜTEVAN an immigrant
NÜVEIGÖN to import (goods)
NÜXÄNÖN (NÜ) to mount, to get on

O

O oh! (vocative)
O... shall, will; next...
OB I
OBIK my, mine (bai sev obik = as far as I know)
OBIKAN mine; my (person)
OBO as for me, for my part
OBS we
OBSIK our, ours
OD each other (lä od = by/near each other)
ODELO tomorrow (odelo ün timül at = tomorrow
at this time)
OF she
OFIK her, hers
OFS they (feminine plural)
OK oneself
OKAO of one's own accord
OKDUGÄL self-discipline
OKIÄL egotism, selfishness
OKJÄFIDIK automatic
OKJELODIÄL self-preservation
OKIK one's own
OKKONFID self-confidence
OKKUSAD self-incrimination
OKLIFAJENÄD an autobiography
OKNÄMÄTIK arbitrary, high-handed
OKNOÄD self-denial
OKNOSIKAM self-destruction
OKPLAD commitment
OKREIG self-control, self-government
OKSASEN suicide
OKSEV self-knowledge
OKSEVED self-consciousness
OKSKILÜKAM (mental) exercise, practice
OKTIDÄB self-taught person
OL you
OLIK your, yours
OLS you (plural)
OLSIK your, yours (plural)
OM he
OMIK his
OMO as for him (= what concerns him)
OMS they (masculine plural)
OMSIK their, theirs (masculine plural)
OMSO as for them (= what concerns them)
OMULO next month
ON it
ONEITO tomorrow night
ONIK its
ONS they (neuter plural)
ONSIK their, theirs (neuter plural)
ONU at once, in a minute
OR thou
ORS you, ye (poetic)
OS it (abstract; no plural)
OSOARO tomorrow evening
OT like, same (ebo ot = just the same)
OTCEDIK of the same opinion
OTDÜPO at the same time/hour
OTGENIÄLAN a gay (person), homosexual
OTMAFÄDO equally
OTÜPO at the same time
OY one, people, they
OYIK one's

Ö

Ö! hm! (interjection)
ÖM several, some
ÖMAN someone, such a one, such a person
ÖMIK many a...; several, such people
ÖMNA sometimes
ÖMNAIK occasional
ÖMSOTIK some kind(s) of...
ÖN under (preposition)
(ön nem foginik = under a foreign name)
(ön kodül = under the pretext)


P

PAAN briefs, shorts (clothing)
PAÄL a stove
PAB a butterfly
PAD a page (of book)
PADÖN (IN) to browse (through)
PADÜL a column
PAEÄN a heath
PAELIK pale, wan
PAIK a pike (= fish)
PAKÖN to expand, to spread
PAL(S) a parent, parents
PALAT palate
PALET a party (= faction)
PAM a palm (tree)
PAMOTÖN to be born
PAMPELUT a grapefruit
PANÖN to pawn
PANEMÖN to be called/named
PANKREAT pancreas (gland)
PANTÄR a panther
PANTUF a (carpet) slipper (leisure footwear)
PAOPLÄG a stroke
PAOSTOLAN an apostle
PAPAG a parrot
PAPÜR paper
PAPÜRACANS stationery
PAPÜROD papyrus
PARAD heaven, paradise
PARAFIN kerosene, paraffin
PARALÜD paralysis
PARARG Butterfly of species: Pararge megaera.
PARASIT a parasite
PARAT apparatus
PARDÖN (EKE BOSI) to forgive (someone something)
PARKET (theatre) circle
PARKÖN to part (vehicles)
PARKÖP a park (for vehicles)
PARTÄR (cinema/theatre) stalls
PAS not until now; only just
PASETALEDESIR nostalgia
PASETIK past
PASTAN an (evangelical) minister
PAT a detail
PATÄD a characteristic
PATÄDAN a specialist
PATÄDAPENÄD a thesis
PATÄDIK specific
PATÄDODILÖN (OKI) to specialize in
PATED a model, a type
PATEL patella
PATIK particular, special
PATO especially
PATÖF a quality
PATRITAN an aristocrat
PATRONAN a patron (of arts, etc)
PATRUL a patrol
PAUD an interval, a pause
PAUN a pound
PÄDAN a (parish) priest
PÄDÄN a parish (area)
PÄDRIT a partridge
PÄK a pack
PÄKED a parcel
PÄKEM baggage, luggage
PÄKEMASPAD TOODA a car boot
PÄKEMIKIPEDÖP Left Luggage Office
PÄKEMIPOLAN a porter
PÄKIL a packet
PÄKÖN to pack
PÄKÖP a luggage compartment
PÄM a notebook
PÄMOD a brochure
PÄNAN a (portrait) painter
PÄNOT a painting, a picture
PÄNÖN to paint (as an artist)
PÄNSIONÄB a pensioner
PÄR a couple, a pair
PÄRÄD a parade
PÄRIDIKAM destruction, ruin
PÄRIDIKAN a ruined (person)
PÄRIDIKÖN to perish
PÄRIDÜKÖN to ruin, to destroy
PÄRJID parsley
PÄRSIG a peach
PÄRUN a (railway) platform
PÅRUNAVEG a pavement, a sidewalk
PÄSKARAN an angler, a fisherman
PÄSKARÖN to fish
PEÄDIK fat, stout, weighty
PEÄN a pin
PEB pulse (wrist)
PED pressure
PEDANULÜDÖL well-fed
PEDETEILÖL fenced off, partitioned
PEDAFOMÖL trained
PEDÖN to press
PEFÄRMÜKÖL closed
PEFEIMÖL ostracized
PEFIBIKÖL senile
PEFLEDÜLÖL charged (physics)
PEILÄP epilepsy
PEIN a pine (tree)
PEKVISINÖL cooked
PEL payment
PELAL a paymaster, a purser
PELÄSÜKÖL reduced (in price)
PELEK a pelican
PELÖN to pay
PEMIGÖL mixed
PEMIKO higgledy-piggledy (in no kind of order)
PEMITULÖL mutilated
PEMOTÖL born
PEN a pen
PENÄD a writing, a document
penädafenätil - browser (computer)
PENÄT grapheme, handwriting
PENÄTAV graphology
PENDÜL a pendulum
PENED a letter
PENEDABOG a letter box
PENDÜLÖM a (children's) swing
PENDÜLÖN to swing
PENEDABOG a postbox
PENEDAMÄK a (postage) stamp
PENEDIBLINAN a postman
PENEDIL a notelet (= a short letter)
PENEGENÜKÖL neutered
PENET a note, a notice
PENETABUKIL a note-book
PENETÖN to commit to paper, to note
PENIKIPIAN a pen holder
PENOT a dissertation
PENÖMASELIDÖP a stationer's shop
PENÖN to write
PENSIT a paintbrush
PENUL transcription, transliteration
PEOLÄT an epaulette
PEP pepper
PEPERÖL lost
PEPIÄR a pepper pot
PEPUN a gourd, a marrow
PER loss
PERÄD a defeat, a rout
PEROT a lost (item)
PERÖN to lose
perön süeni oka = to lose one’s head
PESÄSIENÜKÖL numb(ed)
PESTED a noodle
PETEGÖL covered
PETIOL a petal
PETROL petroleum
PEVIETÜKÖL whitewashed
PIAD a piazza, a town/city square
PIANIKO gradually
PIANODAHARMONÖM a piano-accordeon
PIANODÖN to play the piano
PIÄF a core, (the) essence
PID pity, regret, sorrow
PIDEÄDÖL sprawled, straddled
PIDÖ! Beg your pardon! Sorry!
PIDÖN to be sorry, to regret (pidob vemo = I am very sorry)
PIED a foot (= measure)
PIET piety
PIF bone marrow
PIGMIN parchment
PIGÖN to pick (= of birds)
PIJUN a pigeon
PIK a spade (card games)
PIKIT a woodpecker
PIL an eel
PILGRIMAN a pilgrim
PIN fat, grease
PINÄDIK fat, stout
PINED bacon
PINGUEN a penguin
PINT Pentecost
PIONIR a pioneer
PIP a (tobacco) pipe
PIR a (radio) valve
PIRAMID a pyramid
PIRATAN a pirate, a privateer
PIROG a (ship's) prow
PISÄL a pea
PISUSTÜRÜLÖL scattered, sprinkled
PITAETÖL repressed, stifled
PIT spice
PITÖN to season
PIYAM pyjamas
PLA besides (preposition)
PLAÄDÖN to replace, to substitute
PLAD a place, a seat (on bus/train), a spot
PLADÖN to place, to put, to set (in position)
PLADULAN a representative (= person)
PLADULÖN to represent
PLAGIK practical
PLAF timidity
PLAFIK nervous, timid
PLAK an experience
PLAKIKO practically
PLAKILABIK experienced, mature
PLAKMINEP persimmon (tree)
PLAKMINEPAFLUK persimmon (fruit)
PLAKÖN to experience
PLAN a (garden/wild) plant
PLANAGLÄTADOM(IL) a greenhouse
PLANAV botany
PLANET a planet
PLANÖN to plant
PLANT sole (= of the foot)
PLAS instead (of)
PLASTÄTIK plastic
PLATÄD a plate, a sign (for information)
PLATED a platform (in general)
PLATIK flat
PLATOD a board, a (flat) surface
PLATOT LEÄKTRONIK an electronic circuit board
PLAUD a plough
PLAUDÖN to plough
PLAÜKÖN to replace
PLÄ besides
PLÄAM an exception
PLÄAMÜ except, with the exception of...
PLÄD an (animal) skin, a pelt
PLÄDOT a fur coat
PLÄG (physical) exercise, practice
PLÄGÖN to practise, to exercise (physically)
PLÄIDÖN to plead
PLÄN a definition, an explanation
PLÄNÄDÖN to explain (in detail); to interpret (dreams, etc)
PLÄNÖN to explain
PLÄO otherwise
PLÄOT an exception
PLÄÖN to except, to make an exception
PLÄYÖN to play (musical instrument)
PLED a game
PLEDADIN a plaything, a toy
PLEDAKADEM a pack (deck) of cards
PLEDÖN to play
PLEID pride
PLEIDÄLIK haughty
PLEIDIK proud
PLEIDÜLASPIKAN a braggart
PLEIDÜLÖN (DEMÜ) to boast (about)
PLEIFÖN to push back
PLEKÖN to pray
PLEN a plain, flat terrain
PLENÖFIK flat, level
PLIDÖN to like (plidö! = if you like!)
PLIDÜKÖN to please
PLIF a crease, a fold
PLIFÄDIK pleated (clothes)
PLIFÖN to crease, to fold
PLIMÖN to compliment
PLIN a prince
PLITIÄLIK nice (disposition)
PLITIK agreeable, pleasant
PLITÖN to please
PLITÜ for the pleasure of (plitü of = to please her)
PLITÜLIK attractive, nice, pretty
PLOBIK experienced, proven
PLOBÖN (TA) to be a match (for)
PLODÖN to applaud
PLON a complaint
PLONÖN (EKE BOSI) to complain (to someone about something)
PLOP a poplar (tree)
PLOTÖN (TA) to conspire/plot (against)
PLÖDAHARAT a suburb
PLÖDO outside (adverb)
PLÖDAKIPÖN to exclude, to keep out, to shut out
PLÖDIK external, outer, outside, outward
PLÖDIKÖN to go out
PLÖDÜ outside (of)
PLÖDÜKÖN to put out (of one place into another)
PLÖGUN an overcoat
PLÖJAL bark (of tree), crust (of bread), rind (of meat)
PLÖKÖN to gather, to pluck
PLÖM a plum
PLÖMÄNED an overcoat
PLÖPÖN (AD) to succeed (in) (plöpön ad dunön
bosi = to manage to do something)
PLÖRAFLAMAT pleurisy (medical)
PLÖSEN a (stage) performance
PLÖSENÖN to perform, to present
PLU more, further
PLUIK further
PLUIKAM an increase
PLUIKÖN to increase
PLUMAFIK excessive
PLUMBAFULÜKOT a filling (dentistry)
PLUNÄTÖFO amply
* Labom bäldoti lifayelas plunätöfo foldegas = He’s well on in his forties.
PLUNUM a majority
PLUT a ball (of wool, etc)
PLUTUN Pluto (dwarf planet)
PLUÖN (LÄ) to excel (at/in); to exceed expectations
PLUÜKÖN to (make) increase
PLUNEPLU more or less
PLUVÄT overweight
PLÜ . . . . PLÜ the more ..... the more
PLÜD goodwill (if plüdol = if you please)
PLÜM a feather, a plume
PLÜMÄD a (decorative) plume
PLÜMILABIK feathered
PLÜT politeness
PLÜTIK polite
PO after, behind (spatial)
POALAIN opal
POALOIN opal
POALÖN (to) opalise
POD an apple
PODAMUST cider
PODOR a tomato
POEDAV poetry
POEDOT a poem
poedot degfolliänik = sonnet
POF a (sea)port
POGOLÖN to follow
POK a pocket
POKALAMPAD a flashlight
POKASÄRVÄTÜL a (pocket) handkerchief
POLAN a porter
POLDABÜR a police station
POLDANEF police (force)
POLIOMÜL polio (medical)
POLIP a polyp (medical)
POLKAT a polka (dance)
POLÖN to bear, to carry
POLÜGLOT a linguist, a polyglot
POLÜP an octopus
POMAD a (body) cream
PON a bridge
POODKED a queue
POP a poppy
POR a ration
PORNISELIDÖP a porn shop
PORTAT a range (= reach)
PORTVIN port
PORUD a leek
POS after, behind (time)
POSBINÜKÄB a descendant
POSBINÜKOT belongings, inheritance
POSBLIBÖN to stay behind
POSBLIBÜKÖN to leave behind
POS... grand-
POSBINOT a (legal) estate; a bequest
POSBINÜKÖN to leave behind
POSCILS grandchildren
POSDAUT a grand-daughter
POSITIK positive
POSSON a grand-son
POSUN a trumpet
POSZEDEL afternoon
POSZIB a dessert
POT mail, post
POTAGIR a (post office) giro
POTAKAD postcard
POTAMON postage
POTASPÄLABANK a post office savings bank
POTATRET a postal order
POTAVAB a stage-coach
POTÖN to mail, to post
POTÖP a post-office
POV (geographical) pole
* povasirk nolüdik = north pole
** povasirk sulüdik = south pole
POVÖF polarity
POYÜMOT a suffix (grammar)
at
PÖB a public house, a tavern
PÖDABLIBÖN to fall short (of)
PÖDAGLUN a background
PÖDAKÖSÖMEDAN an esotericist
PÖDANAF (PÖDASTEV) (ship's) stern
PÖDIK back, rear
PÖDIKAM regression
PÖDIO backwards
PÖF poverty
PÖFÄDIK pitiable
PÖFIK poor
PÖJIN punch (alcohol)
PÖJUTAN pursuer
PÖJUTÖN to chase away, to pursue
PÖK a mistake
PÖKAGAD a maze
PÖKÖN to make a mistake
PÖL an aberration, an error
PÖLACEDÖN (ÄS) to mistake (for)
PÖLAKALKULÖN to miscalculate
PÖLATIMED an anachronism
PÖLAVEGÖN to lose the way, to get lost
PÖLÖN to err, to make an error
PÖMANEF firemen
PÖMÖM a pump
PÖMÖN to pump
PÖN a punishment
PÖNAREJIMEN a disciplinary corps (army)
PÖNIDÖN to repent
PÖNÖN to punish
PÖP a people (= a community); population
PÖPANUMÄD census
PÖPEDIK popular
PÖPÖN (ME) to be inhabited (by)
PÖSOD a person
PÖSODANEM a forename
PÖSODEF personnel, staff
PÖSODIK personal
PÖSODÖF personality
PÖT an occasion, an opportunity
PÖTATIMO in (due) time
PÖTEKAN a (pharmaceutical) chemist
PÖTET a potato
(PÖTETA)CIPS potato crisps
PÖTIK opportune, suitable
PÖTIT an appetite
PÖTÖF feasibility
PÖTÖFIK applicable, practical
PÖTÖFÖN to be applicable, to be practicable
PÖTÖN to be convenient, to be fitting
PÖTÜ on the occasion of
PÖTRÄT a portrait
PRAFAD a paraphrase
PRÄGENÖN to impregnate
PRÄSTIG prestige
PRED a homily, a sermon
PREDAN a preacher
PREDÖN to preach
PREM a prize
PREPARÖN to prepare
PRESENIK the present (time)
PRID booty
PRIEL an arbour
PRIFET W.C. (= a toilet on buses, trains)
PRILUL April
PRIM a beginning, a start
PRIMÄTABLUF an initiative test
PRIMIKÖN (AD) to be about to; to be on the point of
PRIMÖFIK primitive
PRIMÖN (AD) to begin, to commence, to start (to)
PRIMUL a polyanthus
PRIMÜM a (musical) overture
PRINSIP a maxim, a principle
PRINSIPÜ on the lines of
PRIOMALIDIL a (short) satirical ditty
PRISMAT a prism
PRIVATIK confidential, private
PRIVILEG a privilege
PRO for
PROAN a supporter
PROÄDÖN to tune into (radio/TV station)
PROD outcome, produce
PRODÄD a product
PRODÄT (TEATIK) (putting on) an act
PRODÖN to produce
PROFÄSOR a professor
PROFET a prophet
PROFÜL a profile
(computer) gebanaprofül = user profile
PROGED progress
PROGRAM a program
PROIBÖN to forbid, to prohibit
PROKONSULAN a proconsul
PROLIDIK (more) detailed
PROM a promise
PROMÖN to promise
PRONÖN to pronounce (pronön vödi = to pronounce a word)
PROPAGID propaganda
PROPOR proportion
PROSAD prose
PROSTAT prostate (gland)
PROTÄSTAN a protestant (religion)
PROTEIN a protein
PROTESTÖN (TA) to protest (against)
PROTOK minutes (of meeting), a report, a summary
PROVID provision
PROVIN a province
PROYEK a project
PROZED a procession
PRÜDIKO cautiously
PRULÖN to pout
PRÜDIK attentive, cautious, discreet
PRÜDÖ! Look out! Pay attention!
PRÜDÖN to take care
PRÜNÖN (EKE BOSI) to lend (something to someone)
PSAM a psalm
PSITAK an alternative to PAPAG (= parrot)
PU at the very least
PUBLÜG the (general) public
PUBÖN to appear
PUED chastity, purity
PUF a louse (= insect)
PUGÖN to slaughter
* a slaughter house = pugöp
PUID an inch
PUIN a (cosmetic) powder
PULP pith (of fruit)
PUL(S) boy(s) and girl(s)
PUN a fist
PUNC punch (alcoholic drink)
PUP a doll
PUR gunpowder
PURIDIKÖN to become rotten, to decay (= teeth)
PURIDÜKÖN to make rotten
PURUL pus (medical)
PUT (HI/JI) a (small) child
PUTAJUL a kindergarten, a play-school
PUTÜL a baby
PÜBER adolescence, puberty
PÜBOT a publication
PÜD peace (= not war)
PÜFIK dusty
PÜFISUGIAN a vacuum-cleaner
PÜGMEN a pygmy
PÜK a language
PÜKASOTÜL an accent (oral)
PÜL (the) insignificant
PÜLATIMIL a moment, a split second
PÜLIK modest, unassuming
PÜLIKÜN least
PÜLOT something unimportant
PÜLSIF an outburst, a surge (of emotion)
PÜN a dot, a point
PÜNÖN to punctuate
PÜPIL a pupil (of eye)
PÜPIT a desk
PÜT a (fruit) stone
PÜTONASNEK a python

R

RAAGID a groundnut, a peanut
RAÄNID a spider
RAB a raven
RABARB rhubarb
RABAT a discount, a rebate
RABIÄTIK furious
RABITAN an arbiter, an umpire
RABOT a plane (= tool)
RADAGUM an eraser
RADIONALANTEN a radio aerial
RADIONAPARAT a wireless set; a radio
RADIONASESEDÖM a radio transmitter
RADIONASTAJON a radio station
RADIUT radius
RADÖN to erase
RAF a radish
RAFINIK pure, refined
RAGIPELAG an archipelago
RAGIV an archive
* nünömaragiv = a computer file
RAGUD a ragoût, a stew
RAID a radius
RAISTOKRAT (the) aristocracy
RAJANÖ! agreed! done!
RAJANÖN to arrange
RAK (DI NOE) an ark (=Noah's Ark)
RAKET a rocket
* raketalejedöp = a (rocket) launching pad
RAMAR a cupboard
RAMENÖN to fetch, to get (ramenolöd
sanani! = get a doctor!)
RANÜL a tadpole
RAODIK coarse, rough
RAP a turnip
RAT a rat
RATÄR an artery (anatomy)
RATID Artillery
RAUDIK hoarse
RAVAN a burglar, a robber, a thief
RAVANIM a predator
RAVÜLÖN to abduct, to kidnap, to hijack
RÄFOR a horse-radish
RÄG a rag, a remnant
RÄKÄT a (tennis) racket
RÄKÖN to rake
RÄP a file (= tool)
RÄPLIG a replica
RÄPTUL a reptile
RÄT a puzzle, a riddle
RÄTÖF a mystery
RÄTÖFIK enigmatic
RÄYASTRALS X-rays
RÄYÖN to (do an) X-ray
RÄYUN a (distinctive) characteristic, a department, a domain
REAF a record (= achievement)
REAFÖN to arrive, to attain, to get to, to manage (to do something)
REDABETAD a beetroot
REDABRASID a red cabbage
REDAKAN an editor
REDARIBEDABÄL redcurrant
REDAVAXEN a cranberry
REDIK red
REDIKÖN to blush, to become flushed
REDÜLIK pink
REF a reef
REFORMAT (the) Reformation
REFUD a refusal
REFUDÖN to decline, to refuse
REIG reign
REG a king, a queen
REGADOM a palace
REGAT a regatta
REGÄN a kingdom
REGÄN PEBALÖL the United Kingdom
REGIK regal, royal
REGISTARAM registration (of letter/parcel)
REGISTARÖN to record
REIDED a reading (= passage)
REIDÖN to read
REIFÖN to reach out
REIGAMOD a regime
REIGANEF a government (= persons)
REIGÄB a subject
REIGÄN an empire
REIGÄNADAIL parliament
REIN rain
REINABOB a rainbow
REINAJELÖM an umbrella
REINAMÄNED a raincoat
REINÖFIK rainy
REINÖN to rain
REITAK a nightingale
REIVÖN to overtake (on road)
REKLAMÖN to advertise
REKORD a (competitive) record
* Volarekord = a world record
REKOSILÖN to forgive, to reconcile
REKRUTÄB a recruit
RELEDIK denominational
REMAN a buyer, a customer
REMÄD bribery, corruption
REMOTI(S) shopping
REMÖN to buy, to purchase
RENAKÜIR reindeer skin
RENAR a fox
RENARAPLÄD fox fur
RENÄSAN (the) renaissance
REPÜBLIKÄN a republic
REPÜT a reputation
RESÄRFARIF a spare tyre
RESÄRFIK reserve, spare
RESÄRFÖN to reserve
RESITÖN to declaim, to recite
RESOD a network (Vüresod = the <Internet>)
RESODATOPED a web site (computer)
RESOR a spring
RET remainder, rest
RETÄD an end, a left-over, a stub
RETIN retina
RETO by the way
RETOD trail, track
RETÖN to have left over, to remain
REUMAT rheumatism
REZÄP a recipe
REZIDIF re-offending (law)
REZIPIK mutual, reciprocal
RIAD an (operatic) aria, a tune
RIB a rib (= anatomy)
RIBAKARTILAG costal cartilage
RIBEDABÄL a black/red currant
RIBOTÜL a cutlet
RIET a wrist (rietalinaglokil = a wrist-watch)
RIF a tyre
(rif döfik = a flat tyre)
RIGÄD an original
RIGET a draft, a rough copy
RIGIK original
RIKJOD a rickshaw
RIKÜL (the) little finger
RIMOD a rhyme
RINOSEROD a rhinoceros
RIPRODÖN (EKE BOSI) to reproach (someone with something)
RISAT rice
RISKÄD a danger
RISKÄDIK dangerous
RISKÄDIKÖN to be in danger, to risk
RISKÖN to dare, to hazard, to risk
RITIK honest, loyal
RITMUT a rhythm
RITOR a retort
RITÖF loyalty
RIV an attainment
RIVÖN to catch (bus, train, 'plane); to reach
RIZINALEÜL castor oil
ROB a seal
ROD an order (religious company)
RODODEN a rhododendron
ROGIK arrogant, impudent, insolent
ROGÖN to be arrogant, impudent, insolent
ROIN a kidney
ROINASTON a kidney stone
ROJANIK orange (colour)
ROJAT an orange
ROJATAFLOR an orange blossom
ROJATAKONFIT marmalade
ROLATRIDEM an escalator
ROLÖN to roll
RÖLÖN to roll
ROM rum
ROMATIK romantic
RONÄT a faucet, a tap
ROOD a category
ROPÖN to interrupt
ROR a roar
RORUD arrowroot
ROSAD a rose
ROSIN a raisin
ROT a routine, a template (computer)
ROUL a part, a rôle (in play)
ROVIK narrow
RÖBÖN to rub
RÖBÜLÖN to caress, to stroke
RÖLETAN a relative, a relation
RÖLASTUL a wheelchair
RÖLÖN to (make) roll
RÖNAJEVOD a race-horse
RÖNÖN to race, to run
RÖVÜD a (musical) revue
RUBRIG a rubric
RUGBY FOOTBALL el Rugby
RUILIK rusty
RUL a (roller) blind
RULÄD a roll
RULÄT roulette (game of chance)
RUNÄD a rush (of animals/people)
RUNÜLAN a jogger
RUPÄD an outbreak
RUPÄDÖN to break out (e.g. war, storm)
RUR dysentery
RUTID a nettle
RÜBÄLIK perverse
RÜBIKÖN to decay, to spoil
RÜBÜKÖL pernicious
RÜD a pipe, a tube (for toothpaste)
RÜDAN a plumber
RÜDIL a (toothpaste) tube
RÜN a herring
RÜT lust (sexual desire)
RÜTÖN (DEMÜ) to lust (for), to be on heat (animals)

S

SA together with
SAB sand
SABOT sabotage
SABÖM a (sand) timer
SADIN silk
SADÖN to sink
SAEDÖN to add (maths)
SAF a hoof
SAFAFER a horseshoe
SAFIRAIN sapphire
SAFRAN saffron
SAGATIK intelligent
SAGÄD a rumour (= gossip)
SAGIT an arrow
SAGLIED a (wild) boar
SAGÖN (EKE BOSI) to say, to tell (something to someone)
SAGUD sago
SAIDÄL self-confidence
SAIDIK enough, sufficient
SAIDÖN to suffice
SAIKUL a bicycle
SAIKULÖN to cycle
SAIL a sail
SAILÖN to sail
SAITÖN to cite, to quote
SAK a sack
SAKALUSÜT a cul-de-sac
SAKÄD a bag, a pack, a satchel
SAKED a (lady's) handbag
SAKRAM a sacrament
SAL salt
SALAD lettuce, salad
SALB sage (herb)
SALIÄR a salt- cellar
SALIF saliva
SALIFAMEAT saliva duct
SALIG a willow (tree)
* a weeping willow = vatasalig
SALM a salmon
SALMUN a newt, a salamander
SALÖFIK salty
SALUDABUK holy scripture
SALUDAN a saint
SALUDIK holy
SALUDÜKIK hallowed
SAM an example (as sam = for example)
SAMÄD a copy (of book); a specimen, a trial
SAMBUKABÄL elderberry
SAMED a sample (samed nen völad = sample
without commercial value)
SAMIK patterned
SANAKÄL health care
SANAN a doctor, a medic
SANAVIK medical
SANDAL a sandal
SANÖN to cure, to heal
SAOV a saw
SAOVÖN to saw
SAPIK wise
SARDEN a sardine
SARK a coffin
SARKAD sarcasm
SASENÖN to assassinate, to murder
SATIK satisfied, satiated
SATIR a satire
SATÖN (DÖ) to have enough (of)
SATURN Saturn
SATÜRIK satirical
SAUN health
SAUNAD a sauna
SAUNIK healthy, well
SAUNIKÄL hygiene
SAUNIKÖN to recover
SAVABOT a lifeboat
SAVÖN to save (from)
SAXOFON a saxophone
SÄBOIDÖN (OKI) to disembark
SÄBRIETIKÖN to sober up
SÄBRIETÜKÖN to sober (someone) up
SÄDÖN to (make) sink, to submerge
SÄDUNÖN to undo
SÄDÜNIKÖN to resign
SÄDÜNÜKÖN to abdicate, to discharge, to dismiss, to sack
SÄDÜTÖN (EKE BOSI) to deprive (someone of something)
SÄED a saddle
SÄFÄRMÜKÖN to open, to unlock
SÄFLEDÖN to download, to unload
SÄG dryness
SÄGERÜKÖN to disinherit
SÄGIK dry
SÄGLEIPÖN to let go
SÄGLUMÜKÖN to cheer up
SÄGÜKÖN to dry
SÄGUL rye
SÄJADÖN to shade off
SÄJÄFÄLÜKAM entertainment, leisure activity
SÄJALÖN to peel
SÄK a query, a question
SÄKABLOG a questionnaire, a survey
SÄKALÜKÖN to deduct, to subtract
SÄKÄD a problem
SÄKIBÖN to abolish, to dispense with, to get rid of
SÄKIKÖN to decipher
SÄKLÄNEDÖN to bring to light
SÄKLOÄTÖN to unsneck
SÄKLOTAMACEM a changing room
SÄKLOTÖN (OKI) to undress (oneself)
SÄKNOPÖN to unbutton
SÄKÖLIKÖN to tarnish
SÄKÖLAN an inquirer
SÄKÖN to ask (a question)
SÄKURADÜKÖN to discourage
SÄKUSAD an excuse, an apology (begön säkusadi = to
beg pardon)
SÄKUSADIBEG an apology
SÄKUSADÖN to excuse, to pardon
SÄLÄRID celery
SÄLENÜKÖN to take off (clothes/shoes)
SÄLEODÜKÖN to upset
SÄLODÖN to unload
SÄLUIMÜKÖN (OKI) to dry (oneself)
SÄLUN a sitting-room
SÄMENIKÖN to become dehumanized
SÄMENÜKÖN to dehumanize
SÄNDVIG a sandwich
SÄNÄFÄTÖN to disinfect
SÄNED an evening meal, supper (säned saludik = the last supper)
SÄNEDÖN to have supper (= evening meal)
SÄNIFLAT deflation
SÄNSUR censorship
SÄNTRETÜKÄL concentration
SÄNTRETÜKÖN to concentrate
SÄNTRETIK concentrated
SÄPÄKÖN to unpack
SÄPLANÖN to dig up, to root up
SÄPÖPÖN to depopulate
SÄREN a mermaid, a siren
SÄRJAN a sergeant
SÄRVÄT a napkin, a serviette
SÄRVÄTÜL a cloth (bovülasärvätül = a dish-cloth)
SÄRVIG a neck
SÄRVIGAKRAVAT a (neck)tie
SÄRVIGASTOFÄD a scarf
SÄSLOPAN an apostate
SÄSOAFÜKÖN to quench (thirst)
SÄSPETÜKÖN (EKI) to disappoint (someone)
SÄSTIMÖN to dishonour
SÄSTITÖN to disestablish
SÄSTOPÖN (to come to a) standstill
SÄSUN a season (= of year)
SÄTENIDÜKÖN (OKI) to relax, to unwind
SÄTRATÜKÖN to extract
SÄTÜLÖN to unwind
SÄVAETÜKÖN to sap
SÄVAFÖN to disarm
SÄVEADÖN to unsheath
SÄVEALÖN to reveal, to unveil
SÄVILUPÖN to develop (photos); to reveal
SÄYÖN to lisp
SE out (of)
SEABLIMÖN (to) disassemble, take apart
SEADÄM seating
SEADÖFÖN (OKE) (to) fit (of clothes, shoes, etc.)
SEADÖN to sit
SEADÖP a seat
SEAFALÖN to fall apart
SEAGIVÖN to allot, to distribute
SEAIKÖN to disperse, to scatter
SEAN an ocean
SEATÖN to lie (down), (lay, lain)
SEATÖP a storehouse
SEÄDÖN to jut out, to protrude
SEBÖN to dig
SEBRAD a zebra
SEDIT a departure, a resignation
SEDÖN to send
SEF safety
SEFANAD a safety-pin
SEFIK safe
SEFLUM mouth (of a river)
SEG a sect
SEGIVÖN to spend (money)
SEGOLÖN to go out
SEGOLÖP an exit
SEIDETÖP a display (of goods)
SEIDÖN (OKI) to sit down, to take a seat
(Seidolös oli lä ob! = Sit by me!)
SEIFÖN to sigh
SEILIK silent
SEIMAN anybody, anyone, whoever
SEIMIK any, whichever
(ün tim seimik = at any time);
(ön mod seimik = however)
SEIMIKNA some time (or other)
SEIMNA once
SEIMIO wherever
SEIMO anywhere
SEIMÜPO whenever
SEIMOS anything, whatever
SEITÖN to lay, to place
SEIV recognition
SEIVIDÖN to inquire (about), to obtain information
SEIVIDAN an enquirer
SEIVÖN to get to know (people and places)
SEJEDÖN to eject, to throw out
SEK an outcome, a result
SEKALIEGIKO successfully
SEKÄT a function (maths)
SEKIDAN a hanger-on
SEKIDÖN (DE) to depend (on)
SEKIK eventual
SEKÖMÖN (SE) to emerge (from)
SEKÖN to result
SEKRETAN a secretary
SESKRUBÖN to unscrew
SEKUN a second (= time)
SEKURBÖN to switch off
SEKÜ as a result of
SEL a sale
SELAN a salesperson
SELEDIK rare
SELEDO seldom
SELIDÖPAZÄN a shopping precinct
SELETÖN to omit, to miss
SELIBAN a single person
SELIDÖP a shop
SELOGAM an aspect, a look-out, a view
SELLOTAPE el „Sellotape” (adhesive, transparent tape)
SELÖN to sell
SEMAN a (certain) person
SEMANAEDO sometimes
SEMIK (a) certain one (= specified)
SEMIKNA now and again, sometimes
SEMIKNAIK occasional
SEMO in a sense
SEMOFABIK dyamic
SEMUFULÜKÖN to spill
SEN sensation, sense (general/physical)
SENÄL (inner) feeling
SENÄLÖN to be aware, to feel inwardly
* to feel compelled = senälön dranäli
SENÄLÖFIK sensitive
SENIDÖN to feel (one's way), to grope
SENÖN to feel (= ill/well/happy/uncomfortable)
SENUNÄDÖN OKI (to) log out (computers)
SEP a den
SEPÜL a grave, a tomb
SEPÜLÖN to bury, to inter
SEPÜLEMÖP a cemetery
SER nil, nought
gesedön lü ser = (to) reset (computer)
SESEDÖN to broadcast
SESMOKÄDÖN to fumigate
SESTÜRÖN to pour out (also: emotions)
SESUMÜ with the exception of
SET a sentence (= a group of words)
SETÄD a statement
SETEM a paragraph
SETEVÖN to migrate
SETIRÄDÖN to pull out
SETRATÖN (DE/SE) to extract (from)
SETUL September
SETÜL a verse
SEVABO that is to say...
SEVÄDAN (HI-/JI-) an acquaintance
SEVÄDIKÜN famous, very well-known
SEVÄDOVIK recognizable
SEVÄDÖN to be acquainted, to get to know (someone)
SEVÄDÜKÖN to make known
SEVÄLÖFIKÖN to come to one's senses
SEVÄLÖFÖN to be conscious
SEVÄRIK harsh, strict, severe
SEVED conciousness
SEVEDIKÖN to become aware
SEVEDÖN to be aware of
SEVEIGÖN to export
SEVÖN to know, to understand
SEXÄNÖN (DE) to alight (from), to dismount, to get off
SFIN (the) sphinx
SI! yes!
SIAM an affirmation
SIÄMO positively
SIÄMÖF meaning
SIB a colander, a sieve
SIBLÄGAHOG a black hole
SID a seed
SIDAFLUMOT sperm
SIDIN indignation
SIEM a border, an edge
SIEN (one of the five) sense(s)
SIENAM a perception
SIENOVIK noticeable
SIENÖN to be aware of, to notice
SIFAL (the) Mayor
SIFAN a citizen
SIFANAKOMIPANEF a militia
SIFANAKRIG a civil war
SIFÄDAN a civilian
SIGAYEB hay (sigayebamasad = a hay loft)
SIIK positive
SIJIDÖN to hiss, to sizzle
SIKAPSÜL a space capsule
SIKLOPED an encyclopedia
SIKRON a corona (stellar)
SIL sky
SILANAN an angel
SILIKRATABUMOT a skyscraper
SILHUÄT a silhouette
SILVID a warbler
SIM an edge, a margin, a side
SIMÖN to border
SIMULAN a hypocrite
SIMULÖN to pretend
* = simulön oki = to kid oneself
SINIF meaning
SINIFÖN to mean, to signify
SINISTIAM absolution
SINOD a sin
SINUD a sinus (medical)
SIOLÖM an insulator
SIÖFIK positive
SIÖR gentleman, sir
SIPÖN to emancipate
SIRKAMUF a cycle (of nature)
SIRKÖFIK circular, round
SIRKOT a (gramophone) record
SIRKOTIL a floppy disk (computer)
SIRKUD a circus
SIRKÜL a circle, a ring
SIRKÜLAM a cycle (of events)
SIRKÜLAPENÄD a circular (letter)
SIRKÜLÖN to circulate (= be in circulation)
SIRKÜLÜKÖN to (cause to) circulate
SIRUP a syrup
SIS for, since (preposition)
(no elogob oli sis lunüp = I haven't seen
you for a long time)
SISKIAT sciatica
SISO ever since
SISOIKO from then on
SISTAJON a space station
SIT a system
SITIKO systematically
SITATÖN to summon
SIÜL a (body) cell
SIVOVIK available, obtainable
SIVÖN to obtain, to receive
SIYOP Asia
SKAFÄD an easel
SKAFED a catafalque
SKAFOD a scaffold
SKALEL a potter
SKALP a scalp
SKANO gloomily, morosely
SKANÖN to be shocked
SKANÜKÖN to shock
SKAPIK steep
SKAPULAR a shoulder blade
SKAR a scar
SKARABED a beetle
SKARAF a cockroach
SKÄNIK offensive, scandalous
SKÄNÖN to anger, to annoy, to irritate, to offend
SKÄT a sketch
* skäto = in outline
SKÄULEP a horse chestnut (tree)
SKEAPÖN to escape
SKEL a (large) dish
SKEMAT a scheme
SKET a skate
SKETÖN to skate
SKIN skin
SKRETÖN to secrete
SKILÄDIK fluent (spikön skilädiko = to speak fluently)
SKILÄLIK efficient
SKILIK experienced, skilled
SKIN skin
SKIP a (ship's) crew
SKIPÖN to man
SKOILIK scaly
SKOMB a mackerel
SKIYÖN to ski
SKIY a ski
SKIYAM skiing (= sport)
SKOLIM scholasticism
SKORBUT scurvy (medical)
SKÖM foam, froth, lather
SKÖT a coat of arms
SKÖTAV heraldry
SKRÄDAN a tailor
SKRET a secretion
SKRIN a (TV/ cinema) screen
SKROT a scrotum (medical)
SKRUB a screw
SKRUBAKIK a spanner
SKRUBÄT a spiral
SKRUBITULÖM a screwdriver
SKRUTÖN to scan
SKULTURAV sculpture
SKUTALAVIAN jet hose
SKUTILEMOFIK jet-propelled
SLAFAN a slave
SLÄM mud
SLÄNÖN to slander
SLAPIK slipshod, slovenly
SLEAFABLIT (a pair of) knickers
SLEAFÖN to glide
SLEIFAKÄT a sliding section
SLEITÖN to rend, to rip. to tear, to slash
SLENIK slim, thin
SLETOT a (school) slate
SLIFABEMS runners (of sledge)
SLIFAVABÖN to toboggan
SLIFÄDÖN to slip
SLIFÖN to glide, to slip, to slither
SLIM dirt, mucus, slime
SLIMAFLID mucous membrane
SLIP sleep
SLIPACEM a bedroom
SLIPATIM bedtime
SLIPIKÖN to fall asleep
SLIPIL a nap
SLIPÖFIK sleepy
SLIPÖN to sleep
SLIPÜLÖN to slumber
SLIPÜP bedtime
SLIT an opening
SLITOD a cleft, a crack, a fissure
SLITÖN to split
SLIV a sleeve
SLIVÜL a (shirt) cuff
SLOBIKO loosely
SLOKÖN to sob
SLOPAN an adherent, a supporter
SLOPÖN to adhere (to)
SLOPÜKÖN to recruit, to gain supporters
SLÖM a slum
SLUDAM a decision
SLUDÖN (AD) to decide (to)
SLUG a gullet, a throat
SLUGÖN to swallow
SLÜDÖN (EKI AD) to persuade (someone to)
SLÜGAMUGDAL tonsil
SMALAMON (loose) change
SMALIK small
SMALOTÜLAM fragmentation
SMALÜKAM diminutive
SMALÜKÖN to decrease
SMARAGOIN an emerald
SMEILASIEN sense of smell
SMEILÖN to smell (something)
SMEITÖN to melt, to smelt
SMEKASIEN sense of taste
SMEKÖN (ÄS) to taste (of)
SMEL a smell
SMELÖN (ÄS) to smell (of)
SMETÖN to melt, to thaw
SMIL laughter
SMILARORÜL a burst of laughter
SMILIL a smile
SMILILÖN (DÖ) to smile (about)
SMILÖFIK ridiculous
SMILÖN (DÖ) to laugh (at)
SMITAN a (black)smith
SMITÖN to forge
SMIVÖN to lubricate, to smear
SMOK smoke
SMOKÖN to smoke
SMÖKÖN to smoke (tobacco)
SMOLÖN to smoulder
SMUDIK even, smooth
SMUFÜKAMAFER an iron (= smoothing-iron)
SMUFÜKÖN to iron (clothes)
SMUGAN a smuggler
SMUGIK contraband
SNAB a buckle
SNAL a noose, a sling
SNAPÖN to snatch
SNATIK fair, honest (= without fraud)
SNEK a serpent, a snake
SNEL a snail
SNIDÖN to sneeze
SNIL a seal
SNILALIN signet ring
SNILAMALAIG sealing wax
SNILÖN to seal
SNOB a knot
SNOKÖN to snore
SNÖF catarrh
SNÖTÖN (NUDI) to blow (one's nose)
SNUD a snout
SNURÖN to purr
SNÜFATABAK snuff
SO so, thus
SOAF thirst
SOAFIK thirsty
SOALÄLIK introvert
SOALÖFÖP a waste, a wilderness (= a lonely place)
SOALÜKÖN (OKI) to retire
SOAR evening
SOARALULIT dusk
SOARAVOAL evening mist
SOÄS just like (preposition)
SOELOT a single detail (or event)
SOB soap
SOBASKÖM lather
SOCENIK obscene
SOD sauce
SODAD soda
SOELIK alone (ai binom soelik = he's
always by himeself)
SOELIKÖN to become isolated
SOELÖLIK isolated
SOFÄLIK mild, gentle (quality)
SOFÄLÜKÖN to appease
SOFIK soft, gentle
SOFÜKÖN to relieve, to soothe
SOG company, society
SOGALIF socializing
SOGÄDIM socialism
SOGOD a (social) circle
SOGÖN (OKI LÄ) to mix (socialize) with
SOGü accompanied by
SOL (the) sun
(modonikam sola = the setting of the sun)
(solamoikam = sunset)
(sülöpikam sola = the rising of the sun)
SOLAGLOK a sundial
SOLDAT a soldier
SOLDÖN to weld
SOLIAD a threshold
SOLIDOT a clot
SOLÖFIK sunny
SOLÖN (OKI) to sunbathe
SOLUÖN to dissolve
SOMAN such a one (= person)
SOMIK such, that kind of
SON a son
SONEMIK so-called
SOP a (mine) shaft
SORBABIM a mountain-ash, a rowan (tree)
SORDITIK numb, unresponsive (figurative)
SOSIT a sausage
SOSITARULÄD a sausage roll
SOSUS as soon as
SOT a kind, a sort
SOTÜL a variation
SOTEFO whereas
SOÜLÖN to dissolve
SOVADIK wild (= not domesticated)
SOVÖN to sow
SOVÜO (JÜS) so long (as)
SOYABON a soya bean
SÖF a settee, sofa
SÖJAFÄDASITOT (the) reproductive system
SÖKALEOD a sequence
SÖKALEODIK consecutive
SÖKET order (of numbers)
SÖKÖN to follow (after)
SÖL gentleman, Mr. sir
SÖLIT a sole (= seafood)
SÖMÄL a sole (= of shoe)
SÖMIT a top, a summit
SÖMITAMAPÜN a climax
SÖOF oesophagus
SÖP a ditch
SÖR a sister
SÖRÖNÖN to pursue
SÖT a (moral) duty
SÖTO nice, well-behaved
SÖTÖN (+ INFIN) to be duty bound (= ought)
SPAD room, space
SPADÄD an (ample) space, an area
SPADÖFIK roomy, spacious
SPADÖN (PRO) to make room/space (for)
SPAG a spark
SPAL forbearance
SPALÖN (EKE BOSI) to spare (someone something)
SPARAG asparagus
SPARAGABRASID broccoli
SPAT a stroll, a walk
SPATAJETET a pier
SPATAKLOTEM outdoor wear
SPATAM a walk
SPATASTAF a walking stick
SPATAVABAM a drive (up to a house)
SPATÖN to go for a walk
SPATÜKÖN to walk (dog)
SPÄK a ghost, a phantom, a spook
SPÄKÖN to haunt
* Späkos in dom at = This house is haunted
* Ospäkob lä ol = I will haunt you
SPÄKTRUM a spectrum
SPÄLIÄLIK frugal, sparse
SPÄLÖN to economize, to save (money)
SPÄR a sparrow
SPED a lance
SPEARÜKÖN to spread around, to circulate (gossip)
SPEDIJEDAM (the) javelin throw (= Olympics)
SPEL hope
SPELÖN to hope
SPETÄTIKO expectantly
SPETIDÖN to anticipate
SPETIKO expectantly
SPETÖF awareness, a (mental) realisation
SPETÖFÖN to be aware (of)
SPETÖN to anticipate, to expect
* no pespetöl - unexpected
SPETÜKÖN to anticipate
SPID haste, hurry, speed
SPIDIÄL haste, hastiness
SPIDO hastily, in haste
SPIDÖN to hurry, to make haste, to rush
SPIG a spike
SPIK (power of) speech
SPIKAMAHORN a megaphone
SPIKAMAMOD language (= style/manner of expression)
SPIKAN an orator, a speaker
SPIKÄD a discourse, an oration, a lecture, a speech, a talk
SPIKED a motto, a saying
SPIKET a proverb
SPIKOT a chat, a conversation, a dialogue
SPIKOTAN a conversationalist
SPIKOTÄLIK chatty, conversational, talkative
SPIKOTÖN (KO) to chat (with), to converse (with)
SPIKÖF eloquence
SPIKÖN to speak (spikön nelaodiko = to whisper)
SPIKÜLÖN to stammer
SPILÖN to spill
SPIN a thorn
SPINAD spinach
SPION a spy
SPIRIN an aspirin
SPIRITÄLIK witty
SPIRUT spiritism, spiritualism
SPITIFABRIK a distillery
SPITIN an alcoholic drink
SPLEN spleen
SPLODÖN to explode
SPLODÜLÖN (ME) to burst (into)
SPOD correspondence, mail
SPODÖN (KO) to correspond (with)
SPOT a sport
SPÖNAN (HI/JI) a godfather, a godmother, a sponsor
SPÖRINASENÖFIK hormone-sensitive
SPRANÖN to blow up, to destroy
SPRANÜLÖN to spring
SPROTIANABRASID a Brussels-sprout
SPROTÖN to shoot up, to sprout
SPRÖTÖN to make sprout
SPUKÖN to spit
SPULED a cobweb, a spider's web
SPULÖM a spinning wheel
SPUN a spoon
SPUNET a spoonful
SPUTÖN to throw up, to vomit
SPÜL a coil
STAB a basis
STABALIENS basics, guide lines
STABALON (state) constitution
STABÄD a (basic) unit
STABIK fundamental
STABÖFO radically
STABÜL (the) bottom (stabül tuba = the
bottom of a barrel)
STAD a condition, a state, status
(computer) geükön ini stad kösömik = (to) revert to default settings
(computer) väls ad stad kösömik = default settings
(computer) paramets stada kösömik = default parameters
STADÄD a phase, a stage
STADÄT a situation
STADION a (sports) stadium
STADÖN to find itself, to stand (= to be)
(lio saun ola stadon-li? = how are you?)
STADÜKÖN LIBIO to set free
STAF a rod, a stick
STAFÄD a post, a stake
STAFÄDAKIUD a partition (of staves)
STAG a shaft, a stalk
STAFAFER rod iron
STAJON a station
STAJONACIF a station-master
STAL steel
STALADÜFIK hard as steel
STAM a stem
STAMEN a stamen (botany)
STAMOD a (tree) trunk
STANÄD a rack (for bottles, etc)
STANED a position
STANIN tin (= metal)
STANÖN to stand
STAR an eye disease (star gedik = a cataract;
(star grünik = glaucoma;
(star blägik = amaurosis)
STATIT a statistic
STATITAV statistics (discipline)
STAUDAVAB a restaurant (dining) car (= railway)
STAUDÖN to refresh oneself
STAUDÖP a restaurant
STÄATIK ecstatic
STÄÄNIK comprehensive
STÄÄNIKAM a scope
STÄÄNIKÖN to extend (= over an area)
STÄÄNÜKAM expansion, extension
STÄÄNÜKÖN to expand, to extend
STÄAT ecstacy
STÄD a stage (theatre)
STÄF personnel (staff)
STÄG a stag
STÄN a banner, a flag
STÄPEDÖM a stamping device/machine
STÄPODÖN to impress (on the mind)
STEB a sojourn, a stay
STEBEDALECEM a waiting room
STEBEDÖN to await, to sojourn, to wait for
STEBÖN to stay (= for a certain time); to linger (of perfume, etc)
STEDAGUL a right-angle
STEDÄLIK sincere, straight
STEDIK straight
STEDIKO exactly, precisely
STEDÖFIK direct
STEDÖLO all of a sudden, directly
STEIF an effort, endeavour
STEIGÄDÖN to cram, to stuff
STEGÜLÖN to sting (= insect)
STEIFÄDAN a candidate
STEIFÖN to strive
STEIFÜL an attempt
STEIFÜLÖN to attempt, to try
STEIGÄDÖN to cram, to fill (a pipe)
STEIGÖN to insert, to stick (into)
STEILÖN to distill (steilavat = distilled water)
STEL a star
STELANAF a spaceship
STELANAFAN an astronaut, a cosmonaut
STELAV astronomy
STELÄD a constellation
STELÜL an asterisk
STEM steam
STEMANAF a steamer (= boat)
STEN a blot, a mark, a spot
STENOGRAF shorthand, stenography
STENÖN to stain
STEP a pace, a step
STEREOD stereo
STEREODATON stereophonic sound
STETÖN to declare, to elucidate
STIAM an amnesty
STIB a pencil
STIBIJAPÜKÖM a pencil sharpener
STIFIK rigid, stiff
STIGARIBEDABÄL a gooseberry
STIGÄD an impulse, an incentive
STIGÄDÖN to induce, to stimulate
STIGEDIK exciting
STIGEDOV irritability
STIGEDÖN to charm, to entice
STIGIK stinging
STIGÜL a tingling (sensation)
STILIK calm, quiet, still
STIM esteem, honour
STIMIÄL ambition
STIMADIG dignity, respectability
STIMO respectfully
STIMÖN to esteem, to honour
STIP a condition, a stipulation (stipä = on condition that)
STIPÖFIK conditional
STIRAGÖB a fin (of fish)
STIRAGUB a rudder (of boat, ship)
STIRALUIB a steering wheel
STIRAN a helmsman, a steersman
STIRÄDAN a pilot
STIRÖN to lead, to steer
STITOD an institute
STITÖN to install
STOBÖN to come to a standstill
STOF cloth, material
STOFÄDEM (BEDA) bed-linen
STOFÄDEMILAV (the) wash/washing (= of clothes/linen)
STOFÄDIKNIBÒM a clothes-peg
STOFED a table cloth
STOFEDÖN to put the table cloth on
STOG a stocking
STOL a straw
STOLAJUGED a straw mat
STOM weather (stomanunod = a weather forecast)
STOMÄG a stomach
STOMÄGAVAET gastric juice
STON a stone
STONÖP a quarry
STONAKOLAT coal
STONATVIL a flagstone, a paving stone
STOPÖN to cease, to stop
STOPÖP a (bus/rail) stop
STORDIT an anaesthetic
STORK a stork
STÖBÖN to bar, to block (stöbön vegi = to block the way)
STÖFIM materialism
STÖFIKÖN to materialize
STÖM an implement
STÖMÖN to fasten, to harness
STÖPÄDÖN to delay, to detain, to hinder, to hold up
STÖPÖN to cease, to stop
STÖRÖM a poker (for fire)
STÖRÜLÖN to shake
STÖTÖN to mumble, to stutter
STRABÖN to squint
STRAIKÖN to (go on) strike
STRAL a beam, a ray (of light)
STRALAMIKODAB radio activity
STRALÖN (LOVE) to shine (over)
STRIP a streak, a wisp
STRIPÖM a ruler, a straightedge
STROLOG astrology
STUDAN a student
STUDÖN to study
STUKÖN to construct
STUL a chair, a seat
STUM a (technical) instrument, a tool
STUN amazement, astonishment
STUNABIK wonderful
STUNIDABIK admirable, wonderful
STUNIDOT a wonder
(stunidots vel vola = the seven wonders of
the world)
STUNIDÖN to admire
STUNIK amazed, astonished
STUNÖN (TEFÜ) to be astonished (at), to wonder (at)
STUNÜKAM a commotion, a sensation, a stir
STUNÜKÖL sensational
STUNÜKÖN to cause a stir/uproar, to astonish
STUPAN an idiot
STUPOT a folly, stupidity
STUR a clatter, a crash
STURNOD a starling
STURÖN to capsize, to hurl
STUTÖMASTUL an armchair
STUTÖN (LEN) to lean (against/on)
STÜBIK stubborn
STÜL a (literary) style
STÜM esteem, respect
STÜMÖN to esteem, to respect
STÜRÖN to capsize, to throw (onto a pile); to shed (tears)
STÜT a support
STÜTODS crutches (golön stutü stütods = to go on crutches)
STÜTÖN to second, to side with, to support
SU on, upon
SÜADÖN (DÖ/TEFÜ) to be convinced (of/about); to come to a conclusion (about)
SÜADÜKÖN to persuade
SUÄM a price, an amount (of money)
SUÄMÖN to amount (to), to total
SUBLIMIK grandiose, sublime
SUBLIMÜKÖN to soar (spiritually)
SUDEL Sunday
SUDIK deaf
SUEMOD a concept, a notion
SUEMOVIK comprehensible
SUEMÖN to comprehend, to understand
SUETÖN to perspire, to sweat
SUFALEFOM passive (grammar)
SUFÄDIK patient
SUFÄLÖN to tolerate
SUFÄLIK tolerant
SUFEDÖN to resign (oneself)
SUFIDALAIDÜKÖN to tolerate (= over a long period)
SUFIDIK resistant
SUFIDÖN to bear, to tolerate
SUFOD resignation
SUFÖN to suffer (sufön malädi = to have an illness); to tolerate
SUG suction
SUGADAIFET a lollipop
SUI onto, upon
SUIDIKÖN to become giddy/dizzy
SUIMÖN to follow (mentally)
SUKADOG a tracker (dog)
SUKAM research
SUKÖN to look for, to seek
SUKUBÖN (SEKÜ) to collapse, to give way (under)
SULÜD south
SUMÄTÖFÜ under the command of
SUMÄTÜKÖN to oppress, to subject
SUMODÖN to accept, to take up
SUMÖN to take
SUNÄDANUNÜKIAN an instant messager
SUNÄDO at once, immediately, without delay
SUNIK soon
SUNOKÖMÖL imminent
SUP a soup
SUR insurance
SURAD calf (anatomy)
SURÖN to insure (finance)
SUS above, over
SUSBÄLDIK very ancient
SUSFLUMÖL gushing
SUSFULIK full to overflowing
SUSLANÄLIK overenthusiastic
SUSLOMÄNÄL chauvinism
SUSMAKET supermarket
SUSNUMIK innumerable
SUSTONÄD disintegration
SUTRIDÖN to tread on
SUVO often
SÜADÖN (DÖ/TEFÜ) to be convinced (about)
SÜADÜKÖN to convince
SÜDAV ethics, morals
SÜDÖF morality
SÜD(S) manner(s), more(s)
SÜEN presence of mind
* perön süeni oka = to lose one’s head
SÜENIK discreet, sensible, sober, prudent
SÜENIKÖN (DÖ) to consider, to stop and think, to think (about)
SUFIDIK tough (= resistant)
SÜFÜL a scene, an episode
SÜG sucking
SÜGAF a mammal
SÜGANIM a mammal
SÜGÄB a baby
SÜGÖN to suck
SÜIKÖN to emerge, to come to the fore
SÜL heaven
SÜLOGEDÖN to peep (at)
SÜMÄDOT an imitation, a simulation
SÜMÄDÖN to imitate
SÜMÄTÖN (LÜ) to appear, to resemble
SÜMBOLÖN to symbolize
SÜMIK like, similar
SÜMÖN (AD) to resemble
SÜMPTOM a symptom
SÜPALÖÜKAM an (impromptu) rising
SÜPÄD a surprise
SÜPÄDÖN to surprise
SÜPERIK excellent
SÜPIK sudden, unexpected
SÜRAMENÖN to fetch out
SÜREN a lilac
SÜRFAT a surface (= outer opposed to inner)
SÜSTEGÖN to be rooted
SÜT a street
(sütilovegolöp stripik = a zebra crossing)
(sütitraväröp = a crossroad)
SÜTASEFÄDÖP a (traffic) refuge
SÜÜKÖN to give rise to; to release (spring)
SÜVOKÖN to cause, to engender, to give rise to
SVAL a swallow
SVAN a swan
SVEAMÖN to drift
SVELÖN to be swollen
SVELIKÖN to swell up
SVENÖN to faint, swoon
SVIDALELMUN a lime
SVIDAZIB a dessert, a pudding
SVIDIK sweet
SVIET (soft) light, a glow
SVIMABLITIL swimming trunks
SVIMÖN to swim
SVIN a pig
SVINAMIT pork
SVINIBECÖPAN a pork butcher
SVIP a broom
SVIST (universal) brotherhood, a colleague
SVÖNÖN to swing, to wave

T

TA against
TAAN an adversary, an opponent
TAÄD a contrast, (the) reverse
(in contrast with = in taäd tefü)
TAÄDAM a contrast
TAÄDIK contrary, counter
TAÄDO on the contrary
TAÄDÖN (KO) to compare (with), to contrast (with)
TAB a table
TABAK tobacco
TABALETANED a runner (= a long, narrow table cover)
TABASTOFED a table cloth
TABLÖFÄDÖN to disprove, to refute
TACED a paradox
TADILO on the contrary
TADUN resistance
TADUNÖN to oppose, to resist, to withstand
TAEDIK defensive
TAEDÖN to prevent
TAENAN a tanner
TAENÖN to tan
TAENöP a tannery
TAETÖN to hold back, to restrain
TAGLUMALADÄLAMEDIN an anti-depressant
TAGÖN to trample
TAID a (sea) tide
TAIL earth (= substance)
TAIM clay
TAJEDAPLED ball-bouncing (= game)
TAKÄD repose, rest (takädastul = a deckchair)
TAKÄDASTAD retirement
TAKÄDÖN to repose, to rest
TAKÄT a dead centre (maths)
TAKEDIK calm, quiet
TAKEDÖ! quiet! silence!
TAKEDÖN to be calm, to be quiet
TAKEDÜKAMEDIN a tranquilizer
TAKEDÜKÖLO soothingly
TAKEDÜKÖN to calm, to quieten
TAKIK static
TAKOMIP a defence
TAL (the) earth
TALAGLÖP (the) globe
TALAKRUT (the) earth's crust
TALAP a mole
TALAV geology
TALEAB an apprentice's indenture
TALEDAV geography
TALP a mole
TAMBUR a fanfare
TAMBUREN a tambourine
TAMED a remedy
TAN a bond
TANÄDÖN to bind (books)
TANÄT a contact, a link
TANED a strip
TANGÄNT a tangent (maths)
TANGERAROJAT a tangerine
TANOD a neckerchief, a scarf
* födatanod = a conveyor belt
TANOGANILAMEDIN an antibiotic
TANÖN to bind, to tie
TAÖF a contradiction
TAÖN (TA) to object (to)
TAPÄD a carpet
TAPED a tapestry
TAPLADÜ in contrast to...
TAPÖN to (wall)paper
TAPOT wallpaper
TAR tar
TARIF a tariff
TARM a (clothes) moth
TARMARET turmeric (spice)
TASPIKÖN (EKE BOSI) to contradict (someone about something)
TAT (the) state (= government)
TATAK an attack
TATAKÖN to attack
TATAMONOPUL a (state) monopoly
TATAREIGÄBAM counter-resistance
TATÄT citizenship (= of a state)
TATIKÄLIK absurd, ridiculous
TATIMÄDIM an anachronism
TATS-PEBALÖL MEROPA the United States of America
TAUL a towel
TAUM an atom
TAVIENVITÜR a windscreen
TAVIENVITÜRAKLINIAN a windscreen wiper
TAXID a taxicab
TAXIDAJOFÖR a taxi-driver
TAXUD a yew (tree)
for (a price); in relation to (preposition) (tel proporos tä fol,
äs kil tä mäl = 2 is in proportion to 4,
as 3 is to 6)
TÄDÖN to menace, to threaten
TÄIN a complexion, a (facial) colour
TÄK credit (cash)
TÄKO on credit, on tick
TÄKOGETÖN to obtain on credit/on tick
TÄLÄKT intellect
TÄLÄKTIK intellectual, reasonable
TÄLEN a talent
TÄMEP temple (anatomy)
TÄM moderation, restraint
TÄMEP temple (anatomy); tem (for worship)
TÄMIK controlled, moderate, restrained, tempered
TÄNAD a tent
TÄNADÖP a campsite
TÄNIT tennis
TÄN then
TÄRAT a terrace
TÄRMIT a termite
TÄRMOMET a thermometer
TÄSTIG a testicle (medical)
TÄSTUM a testament, a will
TATIMÄDIM an anachronism
TÄSTUMÖN to bequeath, to make one's will
TÄTÖN to milk (animals)
TÄTUVÖN to tattoo
TÄVABÜR a travel agency
TÄVADIENTIFÄD a passport
TÄVADISIN itinerary
TÄVAKAD a ticket
TÄVAN a traveller
TÄVAPAS a passport
TÄVAZEIL a destination
TÄVÖN (LÜ) to journey, to travel (to)
TÄXETÖN to estimate
TE mere, only
TEAD a floor, a storey
TEAFÖN to choke, to suffocate
TEAMIK domesticated, tame
TEAN a toe
TEANANUEL a toenail
TEATÖP (the) theatre
TED business, commerce, trade
TEDAFED a trade union
TEDAFEDAN a trade unionist
TEDAN a businessman, a tradesman
TEDIK commercial, mercantile
TEDOT a transaction
TEDÖN to do business, to trade
TEDRIL a tendril
TEDRILÖN to entangle
TEDÜLAN a retailer, a shopkeeper
TEF relation
TEFÄDIK respective
TEFÄDIKO relatively
TEFIK corresponding to; relating to
TEFÖN to affect, to be a question of, to concern
TEFÜ concerning, with regard to...
TEGÄD a cover (tabategäd = a table cover)
TEGED a blanket, a cover, a sheet
(bedateged = a coverlet, a quilt)
(tävateged = a travelling rug/blanket)
TEGOT a cover, a lid
TEGÖN to cover
TEGÜL a scale (= of fish)
TEIFÖN to choke, to suffocate (someone)
TEIFÜLIK heavy (weather); stifling
TEIL a separation
TEILÖN to part, to separate (teilön heremi = to
part one's hair)
TEIMÖN to tame (= animals/birds)
TEIN a (roof) tile
TEL two
TELAT a couple
TELÄD twins
TELÄL a dissension
TELEFONALEZIÖB a telephone booth
TELEFONALIEN a connection, a telephone line
TELEFONAPARAT a telephone (= complete unit)
a mobile ('phone) = telefon polovik
TELEFONOT a telephone call
TELEFONÖN to ring up, to telephone
* telefonön (numati) = to dial (on telephone)
TELEGRAFOT a telegram
TELEVID television
TELEVIDADAÄD a television channel
TELEVIDADANUNAM a television commercial (= advertisement)
TELEVIDALEKONED (ALDELIK) a television series; a soap opera
TELEVIDASKRIN a television screen
TELEVIDÖN to watch television
TELID second
TELIDAN a second (= person)
TELIDKLAD second class
TELIDNAEDO for the second time
TELIK double
TELÖN to double
TELPAD a double page
TELPLÄNOVIK ambiguous
TELRÜDEDAGÜN a double - barrelled gun
TELSPIKOT a dialogue
TELTON a diphthong
TELÜM a duet
TEM a synagogue, a temple
TEMUNAN a witness
TEMUNÖN to bear witness
TEMÜL a chapel
TENID tension
TENIDÜKÖN to flex, to span, to stretch
TENOR a tenor (music)
TENÖN to range, to stretch
TENÜKÖN to make tense, to stretch out
TEORIK theoretic(al)
TEOROD a theory (teorod lita = the theory of light)
TEP a storm
TER an aunt/uncle
TEREBEN turpentine
TET a (cow's) udder
TEUP oakum
TEVAN an itinerant, a wanderer
TEVÖN to roam, to migrate, to wander
TI almost, nearly
(ti mens mil = almost a thousand people)
(binos ti düp zülid = it's nearly 9 o'clock)
TIÄD a title (= of a book/publication)
TIBIAD shin, tibia
TID instruction
TIDABUK a text-book
TIDADÜP a lesson (= in classroom)
TIDAGITOD a teaching qualification
TIDAN a teacher
TIDANAJUL a teacher training college
TIDANEF (the) teaching staff
TIDASTEIFÄDAN a candidate for the teaching profession
TIDÄB a pupil
TIDIÄL motivation (= of a teacher)
TIDOD a lesson (= in course/text-book)
TIDODEM a course (of lessons)
TIDÖN (EKE BOSI) to teach (someone something)
TIED tea
TIEDALEPLANÄN a tea plantation
TIEDASKAL a teapot
TIEDIÄR a tea caddy
TIF theft
TIFALÖL staggering, stumbling
TIFALÖN to stumble, to stagger, to trip up
TIFALÜKÖN to trip (someone else) up
TIFAN a thief
TIFÖN (EKE BOSI) to steal (something from someone)
TIGRID a tiger
TIJOD an artichoke
(tijod di „Yerusalem” = a Jerusalem artichoke)
TIK a thought
TIKAMAGOT an idea
TIKAN a thinker
TIKASÖKÖD a line of thought
TIKAV logic (= science)
TIKAVIK logical
TIKÄD a concept
TIKÄDÖN to consider, to take into consideration
TIKÄL mind, reason
TIKÄLAMOD reasoning
TIKÄLIK mental
TIKET a (sudden) idea
TIKIT a ticking sound
TIKOD a mental image, a thought
TIKODILOVEBLIN telepathy
TIKODÖN to imagine
TIKODÜKAM a suggestion
TIKOLOGÄDÖN to turn over (in the mind)
TIKÖN (DÖ) to opine, to think (about)
TIKTÖ! tick-tack!
TIL a thistle
TILIAD a lime (tree)
TILURÖBÖN to brush against (= almost touch)
TIM time
at the same time = ün tim ot
ün tim, das = so long as
TIMAKOMPENAN a contemporary (person)
TIMAPENÄD a periodical
TIMAV chronology
TIMÄD an era
TIMIL a short time, a while
TIMIMAFIAN a timer (= a timing device)
TIMPUN a kettledrum, timpani
TIMÜ at the time of...
TIMÜL a moment
TINISUL a peninsula
TIPIK pointed
TIPOT a point, a (sharp) end
TIPÜKÖN to make pointed, to sharpen (a pencil)
TIPÜL a (coat)tail
TIRAHARMONÖM an accordeon
TIRÄDANÄM (power of) attraction
TIRÄDIKÖN to become irritated
TIRÄDÖN to attract (magnetically)
TIREN tyranny
TIRENAN a tyrant
TIREDÖN to draw (a prize)
TIRIDÖN to draw (tiridön drati de largent = to
draw silver wire)
TIRÖN to draw, to pull
(jevods tirons vabi = the horses pull the carriage)
TIRÜLÖN to tug
TISOPRAN a mezzo-soprano (singer)
TITENOR a baritone (singer)
TIVÖN (TEFÜ) to negotiate (regarding)
TO despite, in spite of (preposition)
TOÄ despite, in spite of (conjunction)
TOBUL October
TODÄLIK rebellious, spiteful
TODIKO defiantly, obstinately
TOED a cake
TOENÖN to chink, to clink, to (make a) sound, to ring out
TOF a drip, a drop
TOFIL a droplet, a tricklet
TOFÖN to drip
TOLABOT something to declare (at customs)
TOLATÖN to manipulate
TOLÄDABÜR Customs Office
TOLÄDAN a customs officer
TOMAT a tomato
TOMÖN to annoy, to pester, to worry
TONAT a letter (= of the alphabet)
TONATAM spelling
TONATANIL a (cassette) tape
TONATÖN to spell
TONATÜKAM alliteration
TONAV phonetics
TONÄRÖN to thunder
TONIK phonetic
TONINÄMÜKIAN a volume control (= sound)
TONOD a sound, a resonance
TONODAKASÄT an audio cassette
TONODALÖPOT volume (of sound)
TONODASIRKOT a (gramophone) record, a disc
TONODAV (study of) harmony (= in music)
TONODIREGISTARÖM a tape-recorder
TONODISUMODÖM a record-player
TONODÖN to intone, to start (a tune)
TONÖM a loudspeaker (radio, TV)
TONÖN (ÄS) to ring, to sound (like)
TOO however, nevertheless, notwithstanding
TONULÖN to tunnel
TOOD automobile, car, motor-car
TOODALEVEG a motorway
TOODAMAZÖT a driving licence
TOODIPARKÖP a car park
TOP a place
TOPAGASED a local newspaper
TOPAM a location
TOPÄD a region
TOPÄT a locality
TOPÄTIKÖN to move on
TOPIK local
TOPÖN (LEN) to lie, to be situated (by/on)
(zif topon len flumed = the town is situated/lies on the river)
TOR a bull
TORADOEG a bulldog
TORF peat
TORTUG a tortoise
TOST a toast (drink)
TOUM a volume (book)
TOUN a ton
TOVÄDÖN to lift (= dig up)
TOVASKRUBIAN a helicopter
TOVEDÖN to haul up, to hoist
TOVIAN a lever (= lifting device)
TOVÖM a jack (= for car)
TOVÖMATIG a lever (= arm)
TOVÖN to lift, to raise
TOVÜLÖN to shrug
TOÜN tunny (= fish)
at, in (preposition)
(lödof tö top at = she lives at/in this place)
(de veg tö fagot stepas tel = a couple
of steps away from the road)
TÖB inconvenience, trouble
TÖBID effort, endeavour
TÖNUL a tunnel
TPM (TATS-PEBALÖL MEROPA) USA (United States of America)
TRAVÄRÖN to cross > to cross perpendicular to
TRAVÄRÜ across > crosswise through
TRÄTÖN to betray
TRENÖN to travel by train
TRET a bill of exchange
TRETÖN (EKI) to draw on someone (= financial)
TRIB plush
TRIBÜT a tribe
TRIBÜTABIM a family tree
TRID a step, a stair
TRIDEM a (flight of) stairs, a stairway
löpio golön ve tridem = to go upstairs
donio golön ve tridem = to go downstairs
tridem skrubätik = a spiral staircase
TRIDOD a kick
TRIDODÖN to kick
TRIDÖM a pedal
TRIDÖN to tread on
TRIFUL a clover
TRIG intrigue
TRIGONOMET trigonometry
TRIGÖN to be intrigued
TRIKANAD a knitting needle
TRIKOTS knitwear
TRIKÖN to knit
TRIP a tax
TRIPABIK taxable
TROD consolation
TRODÖN to comfort, to console
TROIVÖN to crash, to shatter, to smash
TROMPET a trumpet
TRON a throne
TRONÖN to enthrone
TROTÖN to trot
TROVÖN to crash, to smash
TRÖG laziness, sluggishness
TRÖGIK lazy
TRÖK a suitcase, a trunk
TRUB dimness, dullness
TRUBADUR a (travelling) minstrel, a troubadour
TRUF a trump (card)
TRUL a drum roll
TRUM a drum
TRUPÖN (LÜ) to flock (to)
TRÜF a truffle
TRÜIT a trout
TU too (= excessively)
TUB a barrel, a keg, a tub
TUBAT a tuba (musical instrument)
TUDEL Tuesday
TUDREDÄLÖN to panic
TUF a bundle
TUFAV disgust, nausea
TUFRUTIDÖN to exploit
TUG a virtue
TUGÖFIK virtuous
TUIG a branch
TUIGAHON antlers
TUIN a hosepipe
TUITIK jagged, serrated
TUL revolving, turning
TULIP a tulip
TULITIK dazzling
TULÖN to be revolving/turning
TUM a hundred
TUMÖDIK excessive
TUMÖDO excessively
TUMYEL a century
TUPIK bothersome, inconvenient
TUPIT a (whipping) top (= child's toy)
TUPITÖN to play at whip and top (= game)
TUP (radio/TV) interference
TUPÖN to disturb
TUR (physical) exercise
TURAV gymnastics, physical training
TURB peat
TURD a song-thrush
TURN a turn (binos turn oba = it's my turn)
TURNO in turn
TURÖP a gymnasium, a fitness suite
TUSUNIKO prematurely
TUT a tooth
TUTADOL a toothache
TUTAKREM toothpaste
TUTATAK an onslaught, a (surprise) attack
TUTATAKÖN to attack by surprise
TUTÄD teething
TUTEM a set of teeth
TUTIKEF a toothbrush
TUTILAFÄRMÜKAM a zip fastener
TUTISANAVAN a dentist
TUTISANÖP a dentist's surgery
TUTÖBIDÖN to overexert, to overstrain
TUÜKAM an exaggeration
TUÜKÖN to exaggerate
TUVATAM flooding
TUVATÖN to flood, to inundate
TUVÄBÖP an orphanage
TUVEDÖN to decipher, to solve (= puzzle/riddle)
TUVEMIK colossal, gigantic
TUVÖN to find
TUZIL overenthusiasm
at, on (= time) (preposition)
(tü del balid mayula = on the lst May)
TÜB a barrel, a tub
TÜBEL a cooper
TÜI about, approximately (preposition)
(tüi düp kilid = about 3 o'clock)
TÜIM thymus (gland)
TÜLAKURB a crank
TÜLÖN to turn, to twist
TÜM a tower
TÜMAGALAN a look-out, a watchman (on tower)
TÜMOLOG etymology (= word derivation)
TÜN tin
TÜNABOK a tin (box, container)
TÜREOID thyroid (gland)
TUTÄD teething
TÜPÜ within (= time)
(tüpü vig bal = in a week's time)
TÜRKIG a turkey
TÜRKOT turquoise
TÜTEDÖN to discipline
TÜVÖN to discover
TVALET a toilet
TVALETABASIN a lavatory pan
TVILAPLATOT a tiled hearth (fireplace)
TUVEDOT an answer, a solution (to a puzzle/riddle)
TUVEDÖN to solve (puzzle/riddle)
TYILPÖN to cheep, to chirp, to twitter

U

U or (dels tel u kil = 2 to 3 days)
U.......U either.......or
UD or (= before a vowel)
UD......UD either.......or (= before vowels)
U VA....U VA whether......or else
UDEL the day after to-morrow
UDELO on the day after to-morrow
US there (us dono = down there)
USAO from there
USIO to there, thither
(usio ed isio = hither and thither)
USIOVEG (the) outward journey
USIÖ! Get out!
USOARO to-morrow evening
UT the one
(hiut, jiut, utos, kel = the one who/that)
UTAN, (KEL) the person, (who)
UTO, (KÖ) there, (where)


Ü

Ü or (= corresponding to Latin sive/seu)
ÜD or (= before a vowel)
ÜF in case of, insofar as
(üf zesüdosöv = should it be necessary)
ÜFO in that case, then (= questioning) (Kikodo üfo eselol-li osi? = then why have you sold it?)
ÜFÜ in case of
ÜN at, in, on (time)
(ün neit = at night)
(ün del mu litik = in broad daylight)
(ün soar fovik = on the following evening)
(ün hitüp = in summer)
(ün mul alik = from month to month)
ÜNÜ within, in the course of (= time)
(ünü brefüp = within a short time)


V

VA whether
VAÄLANÖT a hazel-nut
VAÄLATUIGÜL a divining rod
VAB a car, a carriage, a coach, a vehicle
VABADILÄD a compartment (= of coach)
VABAM a drive (= in a vehicle)
VABAMAKUL a highway, a thoroughfare
VABAVEG a carriageway
VABISTIRAN a car driver
VABÖM a vehicle
VABÖN to drive
VAEN oats
VAENABÜL oatmeal porridge
VAET juice, sap
VAETIK juicy
VAETÖFIK succulent
VAF a weapon
VAFÄDÖN to drill (= soldiers on parade)
VAFÖN to arm
VAGIK empty
VAGIN a vagina
VAGÜKÖN to empty
VAIBÖN to drive (a vehicle)
VAKEN a holiday
VAKENÖN to be on holiday
VAKENÜLÖN to take a break (= short holiday)
VAL all, everything (abstract)
(dunob vali, keli kanob dunön =
I am doing everything that I can do)
VALÄDIK general, universal
VALÄDO in general
VALÄDÖN to generalize
VALIK all
VALODIK overall, total
VALODO in total
VALÖPO everywhere
VALROD a walrus
VALT a waltz (dance)
VALUT (currency) exchange
VALÜT a whale
VAMIK warm
VAMOT heat, temperature
VAMPIR vampire
VAMÜKIAN a heater
VAMÜKÖN to heat, to warm
VAMÜLIK lukewarm, tepid
VANELAGLADET a vanilla ice-cream
VANIK futile, vain
VANÜKÖN to frustrate, to thwart
VAOGAD an avocado (pear)
VAP gas
VAPATRIDÖM accelerator pedal
VAPIKÖN to evaporate
VAPÜKÖM a carburettor
VARÄK kelp
VART a nodule, a wart
VASOD a vase
VASOV an oasis
VAT water
VATAFAL a cascade, a waterfall
VATAM irrigation, watering
VATANIVOD water level
VATASALIG a weeping willow (tree)
VATATIDEF a water shortage
VATAVÄR a tumbler (= a glass for water)
VATONEDUGOLOVIK water-proof, water-tight
VATÖFIK watery
VATÖN to irrigate, to water
VAULÖN to bark
VAXEN a bilberry
VÄK wax
VÄKAMAGOT a wax figure/model
VÄKIK waxen
VÄKÖN to (coat with) wax
VÄL a choice
VÄLID a selection
VÄLÖN to choose, to elect
* välön (me mugaparat) = to click [computers]
VÄNTAR an inventory (= stocktaking)
VÄNTIL a valve
VÄNTRILOKAN a ventriloquist
VÄP an aroma, a perfume
VÄR a (drinking) glass, a tumbler
VÄRBATIM a verb tense
VÄRET (+ GENITIVE) a glass (of)
VÄRULÖN to bolt (a door)
VÄT weight
VÄTÖM a (weigh)scale
VÄTÄLÖN to consider (mentally)
VÄTÄLÜ in consideration of
VÄTÖN to weigh (objects)
VE along
VEAD a case, a container
VEADÖN to insert, to stick into
VEAL a veil
VEBÖN to hover
VEDEL Wednesday
VEDÖN to become
VEDÜKÖN to cause to be(come)
VEF a (sea) wave
VEFAPAPAGIL a budgerigar
VEFAFOMÖN to wave (hair)
VEFALUNOT a wavelength (radio/TV)
VEFAPAPAGIL a budgerigar
VEG a road, a way
VEGABLEGOD a bend (in the road)
VEGAMASUÄM a fare
VEGAMATAIB a timetable
(vegamataib trenas = a train timetable)
VEGAMATARIF a fare
VEGASNEL a slug
VEGÄD a distance
VEGIJONIAN a signpost
VEGIKÖN (LÜ) to set off (for)
VEGIL a lane
VEIG transport
VEIGAMEDÖM a means of transport
VEIGÖM a vehicle
VEIGÖN to transport
VEIN a vein (anatomy)
VEITACEDIK liberal
VEITAFIT haddock
VEITIK vast
VEITOT width (= a measure)
VEL seven
VELSÄN Wales
VELSÄNIK Welsh
VELUVIK velvet
VEMO very
VEMÖF intensity
VEN when (conjunction)
VENEN poison
VENENÖFIK poisonous, toxic
VENENÖN to contaminate, to poison
VENTÜR an adventure
VENUD Venus (planet)
VEOT crêpe, gauze
VERAT (the) truth
VERATIK true
VERÄTIK correct, right (= not wrong)
VERÄTO properly
VERÄTÜKÖN to correct, to rectify
VERIK absolute
VERIM absolutism
VESEP a wasp
VESID a bladder (anatomy)
VESTIB a hall, a lobby
VESTIBÜL an entrance-hall
VESTIG an investigation
VESTIGATÄV an expedition
VESTIGÖN to investigate
VESTIGÜLÖN (EKI) to quiz (someone)
VESÜD west
VESÜDIK western
VETER cattle
VETIK heavy
VETOT weight (= how heavy something is)
VETOTÖN (MÖ) to weigh (= a certain amount)
VETÖFIK heavy, ponderous
VEÜTIK important
VI! oh, dear!
VIADUK a viaduct
VIÄL a violin
VIDASIMIK wide-seamed
VIDIK broad, wide
VIDOT width (dom labon vidoti piedas teldeg = the house is twenty feet wide)
VIDÜKÖN to disseminate, to spread
VIELIK colourful, pretty
VIEN (the) wind
VIENIK windy
VIENÖN to be windy (vienos = it's windy)
VIETABON a kidney bean
VIETÄDAMED bleach
VIETÄDÖN to bleach
VIETAFIT plaice
VIETASTOFÄD household linen
VIETÄDAMED bleach
VIETÄDÖN (BOSI) to bleach (something)
VIETIK white
VIF speed
VIFAGOL running, sprinting
VIFAGOLÖN to run
VIFIK fast, quick, rapid
VIFIKUMÖN to get a move on, to hurry up
VIFO quickly
VIFOTAKURB a (vehicle) accelerator
VIFÖ! Get a move on! Hurry up!
VIFÜKUMÖN(EKI/BOSI) to hasten (someone/something)
VIG a week
VIKOD a victory
VIKODÖN to defeat, to conquer
VIKTUALACEM a larder, a pantry
VIKTUALS provisions (eatables)
VIL (the) will
VILAD a villa
VILAG a village
VILÄDIK arbitrary
VILÄL will-power
VILÄLIK strong-willed, stubborn
VILOD a willow (tree)
VILÖFIK willing
(vilöfik ad yufön = willing to help)
VILÖFO willingly
VILÖN (+ INFIN) to want
VILUPÖN to envelop, to wrap up
VIM a fancy, a humour, a mood, a whim
VIMIK moody
VIN wine
VINAKAV a wine cellar
VINDIT revenge, vindictiveness
VINDITÖN (EKE ME) to wreak revenge (on someone by means of)
VINEGÖN to wave
VINIG vinegar
VINIGEDÖN to marinate
VINYÄT a vignette
VIO how (correlative)
VIOD a hurt, an injury, a wound
VIODÖN to hurt, to injure, to wound
VIOL a violet
VIOLÄTIK violet (colour)
VIOMAFÄDO to what extent
VIOR ivory
VIÖN (DEMÜ) to lament, to wail (over)
VIP a wish
VIPÄR a viper
VIPÖN to wish
VIPRESIDAN a vice-president
VIRABAN a Jacuzzi
VIRATEP a tornado
VIRGAN a virgin
VIRIK turning, twisting
VIRILÖN to swirl
VIRÖN to twirl, to twist, to whirl
VIRUD a virus
VISEDÄLIK alert, clever, intelligent
VISEDIK canny, clever, wise
VISIPÖN to rustle (= of leaves), to whisper
VISIT a visit
VISITAN a visitor
VISITÖN to attend, to visit
VISKID whisky
VISO face to face, opposite, vis-à-vis
VISOIK facing
VISUL a weasel
VISUM a visa
VISÜ opposite
(lödom visü glüg = he lives opposite the church).
VITIDABÄL a grape
VITIDAGAD a vineyard
VITIDAKLOP (the) grape harvest
VITIDAVAET grape juice
VITÖN to avoid
VITÜR a pane (of glass)
VITÜRAGLÄT a window-pane
VITÜRÖN to glaze
VIUDAN a widow, a widower
VIUDIKÖN to be widowed
VIVAN a weaver
VIVAPARAT a loom
VIVASPÜL a shuttle
VIVOT cloth, a fabric, a textile
VIVÖN to weave
VO indeed (vo-li? = isn't it?)
VOADAHOG a leak
VOADIK leaky
VOADÖN to leak
(to spring a leak = voadikön)
VOAL an aroma, a fragrance (quickly passing)
VOALASLENIK flimsy
VOÄT a sensation, a thrill
VOÄTIK candid, to the point
VOB work
VOBADEL a working day
VOBAN a worker
VOBÄDÖN to make, to produce
VOBED an effect
VOBEDIK effective
VOBEDÖN to act upon, to effect
VOBIAN a worker machine, a robot
VOBIÄLIK diligent
VOBOD a job, a task
VOBÖN to work
VOBÖP a laboratory, a study (room), a workshop
VOBÜKAN an employer
VOBÜKÄB an employee
VOBÜKÖN (EKI) to employ (someone)
VOD cotton wool (wadding)
VODÖN to pad (with cotton wool)
VOGÄD (the) fashion
VOGÄDAN a (fashion) designer
VOGÄDIK fashionable
VOGIKÖN (AS) to become fashionable (as)
VOIKO really
VOK a call
VOKAT a vowel
VOKÄDÖN to cry out, to shout
VOKED a calling, a vocation
VOKÖN to call, to fetch
(egolof ad vokön sanani =
she's gone to fetch the doctor)
VOL (the) world
VOLÄD (the) world (in regard to human behaviour)
VOLÄDAN a worldling
VOLED kingdom (as in: planavoled = the plant kingdom)
VOLF evolution
* ma volf dinäda = as things have turned out
VOLFÖN to develop, to evolve
VOLKAN a volcano
VOLLEYBALL el volleyball
VOLUT a revolt
VOLUTAN a rebel
VOLUTIKÖN (TA) to revolt (against)
VOLUTÖN (TA) to revolt, to rise up (against)
VOM a woman
VOMITÖN to throw up, to vomit
VOMÖF femininity, womanhood
VOMÜL a young woman, Miss
VORÄDIK banal, boring, commonplace, derelict, run-down
VORÄDIKÖN to fall into disuse, to run down
VOREDIK worn out
VORIK derelict, ruined
VORÜKÖN to wear out
VOTABUMÖN to rebuild
VOTACEDIKÖN to change one’s mind
VOTAFLANO on the other hand
VOTAFLANÜ on the other side of...
VOTAFOMAM a transformation
VOTAFOMÖN to transform
VOTAKLOTÖN to disguise
VOTANEMÜKÖN to rename
VOTASEIMO elsewhere
VOTASTIDÖN to reform
VOTIK another, other
(bal pos votik = one after another)
VOTIKAM an alteration
VOTIKNA once more, one more time, other times
VOTIKÖN to alter, to change
VOTIKO otherwise
VOTO else
VOTÖFÖN to transform
VOTÜKAM change
VOTÜKAMIÄL a hankering after change
VOTÜKÖN to alter, to change
VÖD a word
VÖDABID a part of speech (grammar)
VÖDABUK a dictionary, a lexicon
VÖDAFEIT an argument
VÖDANUNIL a text message
VÖDASTOK a vocabulary
VÖDÄT lexeme
VÖDED a (specialized) expression
(vödeds jäfüda = jargon)
VÖDEM a text
VÖG a voice
VÖGÄD an outcry, a shout, a tone (of voice)
VÖGIK vocal
VÖGOD a vote
VÖGODAN a voter
VÖGODÖN (PRO) to vote (for)
VÖGODÖP a voting booth
VÖL an inside wall
VÖLAD value
VÖLADIK valuable, worth-while
VÖLADÜ to the value of...
VÖLÄD a currency (= monetary system)
VÖN antiquity
VÖNAOLOVEIK traditional
VÖNÄD the past (not antiquity)
VÖNÄDIK old (not ancient)
VÖNÄDAVOGÄDIK old-fashioned
VÖNÄDOT antiquity
VÖNIK ancient
VÖNOTAV archeology
VÖNOTS antiques
VUIT wheat
VUKÖN to practise usury, to profiteer
VUL a root
VULIKÖN to take root
VULTUR a vulture
VUM a worm
VUMODÄMIK worm-eaten
VÜM a womb
VUN an injury, a wound
VUNÄB an injured/wounded person
VUNÖN to injure, to wound
VUT anger, fury
VUTIK furious
VUTÖN to rage
between
VÜD an invitation
VÜDÄB a guest
VÜDÖN to invite
VÜGOLÖN to interfere
VÜK (VÜKI-) wiki (is this official?)
VÜKÖMÖN to intervene, to step in
VÜM a lap, a womb
VÜMADOG a lap-dog
VÜO meantime, meanwhile
VÜPLADOTAYEL a leap year
VÜPLADÖN to insert
VÜSPAD a space (between two objects)
VÜSÜF an entr'acte (= theatre)
VÜTIM an interval
VÜTIMO in the meantime, meanwhile
VÜTROPÄN (the) tropics
VÜYÜMÄD a connection, a link

X

XAB an axle
XABABREK an axle breakdown
XABAKLUF a linch-pin
XABATUL axle rotation
XAMEN an examination
XAMAN an examiner
XAMÄB a candidate (for an examination)
XAMÖN to examine, to test
XAMÜL an (oral) examination/test
XAMÜLAN an (oral) examiner
XAMÜLÖN to examine/test orally
XÄAN a skin rash
XÄINÖN to augment, to increase
XÄN an increase
XÄNABIM (extending) steps/ladder
XÄNABOIB a stirrup (= for horses)
XÄNAKÄV a (railway) platform
XÄNÖM a step-ladder
XÄNÖMATRID a rung (of a ladder)
XÄNÖN to ascend, to climb, to go up, to mount
(xänön tu geiliko sodas no kanoy golön
föfio ni pödio = to climb too high so
that one is unable to go either forwards
or backwards)
XIFIAD a sword-fish
XILED banishment, exile, expulsion
XILÄB an exile, an outlaw
XILÖN to banish, to exile, to expel
XILÖP a place of exile
XILÜP (the length of) time of banishment/exile
XIOM an axiom
XÜD oxidation
XÜDAJENÄD (the) process of oxidation
XÜDÖN to oxidize


Y

YA already
YAD a (court)yard
YAG a hunt
YAGADOG a beagle, a hound
YAGADOM a hunting lodge
YAGAN a hunter, a huntsman
YAGÖN to hunt
YAKT a yacht
YAL a porch, a veranda
YAM calamity, woe
YAMEDÖN to snarl, growl
YAMÖN to moan, to wail, to whine
YAMÜLÖN to be monotonous/tedious
YAN a door
YANAN a commissionaire, a door-keeper
YANANOKÖM a door-knocker
YANUL January
YAT a squirrel
YÄK a jacket
YÄN yarn (= in textiles)
YE however
YEB grass
YEBAFELED a lawn
YEBAGIK grassy
YEBALÄN grassland, a meadow
YEBÄN a prairie, a steppe
YEBIDÖN to graze
YEBIFODIAN a grass-cutter, a mower
YEBIFODÖN to cut/mow grass
YEG an article, an object
YEGÄD a subject, a theme, a topic
YEL a year
YELACEN (the) turn of the year, New Year
(pö yelacen = at the start of a New Year)
YELAFOLDEGAN a middle-aged person
YELALUNÜPIK of many years' duration/standing
YELAM an anniversary
YELASÄSUN a season (of the year)
YELOVAMALÄD jaundice
YELOVATÜFUD yellow fever
YELOVIK yellow
YELOVILIK yellowish
YILIDÖN (LO) to yield (to)
YILÖN to dodge, to evade, to give way to
YIONÜKÖN to ionize
YISRAELÄN Israel
YOF enjoyment, pleasure
YOFIÄL pleasure-seeking
YOFÖN (OKI) to enjoy (oneself)
YOGURT yogurt
YOIN a joint
YOK a yoke (= for animals)
YOKÄD a collar, a harness (= for animals)
YOKÖN to harness, to subject
YOYOD yo-yo (toy)
YÖ! Hurrah!
YÖBAVOKÄD a cry of jubilation
YÖBÖLO jubilantly, triumphantly
YÖBÖN to rejoice
YÖGAN a juggler
YUB jubilation, rejoicing
YUBID a jubilee
(yubid luldegyelik = a golden jubilee)
YUBIDAN a jubilarian
YUBIDÖN to celebrate an anniversary
YUBIK jubilant
YUBÖN to rejoice
YUF assistance, help, support
YUFAN an assistant, a helper
YUFATIDAN a student teacher, an assistant teacher
YUFAVÄRB an auxiliary verb
YUFIÄL a willingness to help/serve
YUFIDÖN to appeal to, to have recourse to
YUFOT a service rendered
YUFÖ! Help!
YUFÖN to assist, to help
YUFÜ with the help of...
YUGABOM a cheek-bone
YUGLANANÖT a walnut
YUL an oath
YULACÖDALEF a jury
YULAKOMPENANEF a confederacy
YULAN a person under oath
YULID affirmation under oath
YULIDÄB a person who has taken the oath
YULIDÖN (EKI) to administer the oath (to someone)
YULIK sworn under oath
YULO under oath
(fümükön bosi yulo = to affirm under oath)
YULÖN to swear the oath
YULUL July
YUM connecting, joining
YUMÄDALIM a link
YUMÄDATREN a connecting train, a connection
YUMÄDÖN to connect, to join
YUMED a context
YUMEDÜ in relation to...
YÜMET a connection (personal)
YUMOD a connection, a joint, a junction
YUMÖF continuity
YUMÜ in connection with...
YUNIK young
YUNIPABÄL a juniper berry
YUNIPAGEIN juniper wine
YUNÖF youthfulness
YUNUL June
YUNÜKÖN to make young again, to rejuvenate
YUNÜP adolescence, youth
YUPITÄR Jupiter (planet)
YURIN urine
YURINATUIB urethra
YURINAVAN a urologist
YURINIDUGIAN ureter
YURINÖN to make water, to piss, to urinate
YUROP Europe
YUTOPIK ideal, utopian
YÜLÖN to bet, to wager
YÜM joining, linking
YÜMAMALÜL a dash, a hyphen
YÜMATONAT a connecting letter
YÜMÄTÖN (KO) to combine (with), to connect (with)
YÜMOT an affix
YÜMÖF continuity
YÜMÖN to assemble, to link, to put together

Z

ZA about, approximately (preposition)
ZAÄR a maple (tree)
ZAD fondness, tenderness
ZADID molly-coddling, pampering
ZADIDÖN to pamper, to spoil
ZANÄDANEM an abusive name, a nickname
ZAN a quarrel
ZANÄDANEM a nickname (abusive)
ZANÄDÖN to chide, to scold, to curse
ZANIÄLIK quarrelsome
ZANIÄLÖN to quarrel
ZANÖN to bicker, to quarrel
ZAO at about, at approximately (adverb)
ZAR Tsar
ZÄDEL Saturday
ZÄDÖN to spoil (children)
ZÄL a feast, a fête, a festivity, a holiday
ZÄLADEL(S) a holiday, (holidays)
ZÄLALADÄLOD a festive atmosphere
ZÄLAPLAD an amusement park
ZÄLIZELÖN to celebrate/keep a feast, to make merry
ZÄLÜL a party (= social gathering)
ZÄLÜLAKLOTEM evening dress
ZÄM cement
ZÄMÖN to cement
ZÄN (the) centre, (the) middle
ZÄNABÜR Head Office
ZÄNAHITÜKAM central heating
ZÄNÄDAVAMÜKAM central heating
ZÄNÄDÖN to centralize, to concentrate
ZÄNED (the) average, (the) standard
ZÄNEDIK medium
ZÄNEDÖFIK average, standard
ZÄNEDASUÄM an average price
ZÄNEDIK average
ZÄNEDO on average
ZÄNEDÖF mediocrity
ZÄNEDÖFIK mediocre
ZÄNOD middle
ZÄNODAMEL Mediterranean
ZÄNODAPALET a centre (political) party
ZÄNODATIMÄD (the) Middle Ages
ZÄNODÄN (the) Midlands (= region of country)
ZÄNODÜ in the middle of...
ZÄNÖN to centre
ZÄP a (pair of) pincers, pliers, tongs, tweezers
ZE about, approximately (adverb), rather
ZEAD cedar
ZEDEL noon
ZEDÖ! Let it be! Leave well alone!
ZEDÖN to desist (from doing something)
ZEHITÜP midsummer
ZEIL an aim, a goal, an object (to be attained)
ZEILIGALEDAN a goalkeeper (= sports)
ZEILÖN to aim for
ZEKOAP (the) waist
ZEL a holiday
ZELÖN to celebrate
ZEM limestone
ZEN ash
ZENABLONIK ash blonde
ZENAGEDIK ash grey
ZENAKÖL ashen
ZENEIT midnight
ZENIÄR an ashtray
ZENOLEFILÜKÖN to burn to ashes
ZENÖN to (cover with) ash(es)
ZEKOAP (the) waist
ZEP confirmation, permission
ZEPABIK acceptable
ZEPÖN to accept, to confirm, to permit
ZEPÜ with the permission of...
ZERAT a carab (tree)
ZERÖNAN a midfield player (= football)
ZESÜD necessity
ZESÜDIK necessary
ZESÜDO necessarily, of necessity
ZESÜDÖN to be necessary
ZEVEG a middle course
ZI round about (adverb)
(zi in top et = all round the place)
(ai binof zi nilü ob = she never leaves me alone)
ZIAN an aunt
ZIB food
ZIBABLÖGÄD a bite (to eat), a snack
ZIBALISED a menu
ZIBAM nourishment
ZIBÄD a course (= of a meal)
ZIBÄDAKAD a menu (à la carte)
ZIBIDESIRIK gluttonous, greedy
ZIBÖN to feed, to nourish
ZIF a city, a town
ZIFAN a citizen
ZIFASEKRETAN a town clerk
ZIFAZILÄK a (city/town) district/quarter
ZIFIK municipal
ZIFLOTÖN to drift about
ZIGAN a gipsy
ZIGAR a cigar
ZIGARÜL a cigarette
ZIGARÜLIÄR a cigarette-case
ZIGLIBÖN to wander around
ZIGOLÖN to walk around
ZIGZAGO zig-zag
ZIIKÖN to circulate
(nun at ya eziikon da zif lölik =
this news is already all around town)
ZINGIB ginger
ZIÖB(S) cell(s) (chemistry)
ZIPORÜT a goldfish
ZIJEDÖN to throw about
ZIKZAKIK forked (lightning) zigzag
ZIKÖMÖN to stroll about
ZIL diligence, earnestness, keenness
ZILÄK an area, a region
ZILÄKÖN to incorporate, to integrate
ZILÄL rivalry
ZILÄLÖN (TA/KO) to compete (against), to vie (with)
ZILID a cylinder, a roll
ZILIK diligent, eager, keen
ZILOGAM circumspection, review
ZILOGÖN to look around
ZILÖN to be enthusiastic, to be keen
ZIOBEDEM a battery (electric)
ZIOM an uncle
ZIPORÜT a goldfish
ZIÖBEDEM a battery (electric)
ZIÖN to circulate
ZISPATÖN to walk about
ZITER a zither
ZISPATÖN to walk around (for pleasure)
ZISÄK an opinion poll
ZITRON a lemon
ZIVABAM a walk-about
ZIVEGÖN to hike
ZON a zone
ZÖ! Just fancy that!
ZÖG a delay, a postponement
ZÖGAFIEN interest in arrears (= financial)
ZÖGED prolongation
ZÖGÖN to delay, to postpone, to put off
ZÖNÜL a belt, a girdle
ZÖT a coupon, a note (= small document)
ZÖTÖN to certificate
ZU further, in addition, moreover
ZUG a course
ZUGOT an excursion, a tour, a walk-about
ZUGÖN to extend, to lead, to stretch
(söp zugon zü zif = a trench goes all
round the town)
(veg zugon love bel = a path goes over
the mountain)
ZUIK extra
ZUN anger, wrath
ZUNIÄL ill-temper
ZUNIÄLÖN to have a bad temper
ZUNIK angry
ZUNIKÖN to become angry
ZUNÖN to be angry
ZUNÜLIK sarcastic
ZUO in addition
ZÜÄD a way of life
ZÜAMÖP (the) environment, a suburb, (the) surroundings
ZÜAN a bystander
ZÜDIK acid
ZÜDÖFIK acid(ic), sour
ZÜFLUMÖN to flow around
ZÜIK surrounding
ZÜJADÖN to shade
ZÜKLOPÄOD an encyclopedia
ZÜL nine
ZÜLIUN an outline
ZÜLOGOT a view
ZÜMUF an orbit
ZÜO around
(golobs züo ve sirkül = we're walking around in circles)
ZÜOT a circumference
ZÜÖN to embrace, to surround
ZÜPÄD an imitation
ZÜPAN a disciple, a follower
ZÜPÄDÖN to emulate, to imitate
ZÜPÖN (EKI) to succeed (someone)
ZÜTEVÖN to roam
ZÜXÄNÖN to change (buses. trains, 'planes)