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1 a a n. arm; strength 2 a a . pride 3 a a . strength; arm 4 aa aa n. water (natural_) 5 aada aa.da vi. neuter (neither male nor female) 6 aada aa.da adj. (from aada) neuter (neither male nor female) 7 aaden aa.den [verb]. leave 8 aadesh aa.desh vt. tear (rip) 9 aagimi aa.gi.mi n. photograph 10 aagzaamar aag.zaam.ar n. plastic (synthetic/processed moldable material) 11 aakeru aa.ke.ru n. alcohol 12 aakhuud aa.khuud prep. without 13 aaku aa.ku [preposition] . on (resting on; touching the top or other surface of) 14 aakur aa.kur n. ministry (component of government) 15 aalash aa.lash ptcl. like that 16 aalash aa.lash adv conj. so 17 aalash aa.lash adv conj. thus 18 aambali aam.ba.li vi. pretty, be 19 aame aam.e conj. in such a way 20 aame aam.e conj. such that 21 aamga aam.ga n. bay (small body of water offset from lake or sea) 22 aamiiruk aa.mii.ruk [element]. Xenon (Symbol: Xe, Atomic Number: 54, TL 3). 23 aamlak aam.lak [verb]. race (along a surface) 24 aamlakhash aam.la.khash n. missile (surface target) 25 aamraar aam.raar n. spoon, small 26 aamrika aam.ri.ka [element]. Radon (Symbol: Rn, Atomic Number: 86, TL 4). 27 aanar aa.nar [intrans verb]. mysterious, be 28 aanar aa.nar n. sock(s) 29 aanganiirdanim aan.ga.niir.da.nim n. (from < aan + jump + port) starport class A 30 aanu aa.nu n. pot 31 aanur aa.nur vt. inherit 32 aardarkhira aar.dar.khi.ra n. starport warehouse 33 aardish aar.dish vi. vote 34 aarmikep aar.mik.ep n. patent law system 35 aarna aar.na adj. (from aarne) salty 36 aarne aar.ne vi. salty, be_ 37 aarnek aar.nek n. (from aarne) salinity 38 aarri aar.ri n. hood (of clothing) 39 aaru aa.ru vt. christen (a vessel) 40 aaru aa.ru vt. dedicate sth 41 aarur aa.rur vi. infer 42 aashiimshur aa.shim.shur [element]. Magnesium (Symbol: Mg, Atomic Number: 12, TL 2). 43 aashishu aa.shish.u n. mushroom (a complex aerial fleshy fruiting body of a fungus) 44 aashner aash.ner n. archive (official) 45 aashner sirkaa nek aash.ner sir.kaa nek n. library (Secret Imperial ~; ASN) 46 aazu aa.zu n. doctor (medical) 47 aba a.ba n. who, who? 48 abaazu a.baa.zu n. great sea 49 abii a.bii n. spool 50 adale a.da.le n. fork (instrument with >=2 prongs for picking up something) 51 adda ad.da n. father 52 addur ad.dur vt. weave sth 53 adiga a.di.ga n. couch 54 adiinkar a.diin.kar n. asteroid belt 55 adip a.dip vt. evade 56 adish a.dish n. container 57 adish a.dish n. vessel, ship 58 adlaam ad.laam adv. now (right) 59 adlaam ad.laam . right now 60 adlush * ad.lush n. ivory 61 admegulasha ad.me.gu.la.sha n. infinite multitude in one unit 62 admegulasha ad.me.gu.la.sha n. repository; storage place 63 admegulashasha dadaga gukumaarin ad.me.gu.la.sha.sha da.da.ga gu.ku.maa.rin n. library (Third Imperium technical ~; ADG) 64 admegun ad.me.gun n. land, place 65 admegun lasha ad.me.gun la.sha [place]. Land of the Sky 66 admii ad.mii n. doll, dress-up_ 67 adraash ad.raash n. form an opinion about 68 adran ad.ran n. Wednesday, Threeday, Thirday 69 adrir ad.rir vi. honest, be 70 adru ad.ru vi. gleam 71 adshas ad.shas n. profit 72 adshu ad.shu n. blow of force 73 adur a.dur n. procedure 74 adushir-uu a.du.shir-uu n. 1 75 adushirga a.du.shir.ga n. (from Adushir) charms for "luck" 76 adushiruu a.du.shi.ruu n. (from adushir) worm, coiling_ common on Vland 77 aduusham a.duu.sham vi. thirsty 78 ag ag n. part 79 aga a.ga n. beverage, fermented but not from grain 80 aga a.ga n. wine (generic) 81 agbar ag.bar n. palace steward 82 agbar ag.bar n. seneschal 83 agda ag.da n. shovel 84 age ag.e n. (from a ) proud (people) 85 aggas ag.gas vi. alive 86 agi a.gi n. cousin of opposite sex (aunts' & uncles' kids) 87 agi a.gi . poss. Pron., human/sentient proximate 88 agi ari a.gi a.ri n. (from “arm's head”) shoulder 89 agidda a.gid.da n. technology 90 agin a.gin n. tar (dark viscous liquid obtained by destructive distillation) 91 agka ag.ka the letter a. (from < dagka “mountain”) A 92 agkadakarun ag.ka.da.ka.run n. (from < Akhuulam Deraabelarak Kaarik) TAS (Traveller's Aid Society acronym) 93 agki ag.ki n. tip 94 aglir ag.lir vt. imprison 95 agmi ag.mi vi. alert 96 agrad ag.rad vi. intend 97 agram ag.ram n. (from Anglic gram) Gram (exact) 98 agrig ag.rig n. administrator 99 agrig ag.rig n. steward 100 agshushaa ag.shu.shaa n. dragon (winged serpent with crested head and large claws) 101 agu a.gu adv. (from A ) Haughtily 102 agu a.gu adv. (from Adushir) arrogantly 103 agu a.gu adv. (from a ) pridefully 104 agu a.gu adv. (from a ) proudly 105 agukiin a.gu.kiin pn:rel. whether 106 agum a.gum vt. wrap up/around something 107 agumek a.gu.mek n. (from agum) layeredness 108 agumek a.gum.ek n. (from agum) wrappedness 109 agurripa a.gur.ri.pa n. athletics (games involving physical skill) 110 agus a.gus n. film (very thin layer) 111 agus a.gus n. police officer 112 agus a.gus n. policeman 113 aguu a.guu n. limb (body part) 114 akaa a.kaa n. map (planetary) 115 akag a.kag vt. attack 116 akash a.kash n. half 117 akekha a.ke.kha n. grandmother/great-aunt 118 akekha a.ke.kha n. Great aunt 119 akha a.kha n. colony 120 akhaabed a.khaa.bed n. (from <anglic) alphabet 121 akhala a.kha.la adj. (from Akhala) Fresh 122 akhala a.kha.la vi. Fresh (be) 123 akhala a.kha.la vi. new; fresh (be) 124 akham a.kham n. portal 125 akhanikuur a.kha.nik.uur n. fuel [unrefined] 126 akhar a.khar n. manifest (ship's) 127 akhi a.khi n. figure 128 akhiir a.khiir n. (from khiir) end , the_ “The End” 129 akhirle a.khir.le n. pearl 130 akidda a.kid.da n. (personal name, unknown gender) 131 akish a.kish n. prototype 132 aklaash ak.laash v. fold 133 aknii ak.nii [verb]. fertile, be (< soil rich) 134 akrini ak.ri.ni n. cooker 135 akrini ak.ri.ni n. stove (cooker) 136 aku a.ku adv. always (at all times) 137 akula a.ku.la vt. Close; shut 138 akula a.ku.la vi. Close (self) 139 akulek a.ku.lek n. (from Akulu) Closure 140 akur a.kur vi. (from akul) shut (self) 141 akuur a.kuur [intrans verb]. jagged, be 142 akzu ak.zu [verb]. (from Kuz) reckon 143 ala a.la n. instrument (musical, religious) 144 ala a.la n. (from OHV ) musical instrument (religious) 145 alaaru a.laa.ru n. (heroic/historical name) “the Swift” 146 alag a.lag vt. revile 147 alam a.lam n. statue 148 alapirlu a.la.pir.lu n. (personal name, male) 149 alas a.las v. create 150 ale al.e . until 151 alii a.lii vi. (from Adushir) arrogant 152 alii a.lii adj. (from a ) proud 153 alumum a.lu.mum n. nephew/niece of own sex 154 aluubek a.luu.bek n. grain(s) 155 ama a.ma n. ball (spheroidal plaything) 156 ama a.ma n. mother 157 amaargi a.maar.gi n. freedom 158 amali a.ma.li n. talisman 159 amalik n. battle 160 amar a.mar n. animal (young) 161 amar a.mar n. young bullock 162 amara a.ma.ra n. duty 163 amara a.ma.ra [element]. Iron (Symbol: Fe, Atomic Number: 26, TL 0). 164 amaranush a.ma.ra.nush n. rail (usually horizontal bar for restraining/supporting things) 165 amaru a.ma.ru n. coat 166 amashdag a.mash.dag n. (personal name, unknown gender) 167 amasiim a.ma.siim n. officer (military official) 168 ambiid am.biid vi. grave, be [mood] 169 amdashag am.da.shag n. dome (anything shaped like an upside-down bowl) 170 amdis am.dis n. pail 171 amdiskarre am.dis.kar.re n. (from amdis) plate (shallow dish) 172 amdisshag am.dis.shag n. (from amdis) dish (any shallow concave container) 173 amgad am.gad n. campaign 174 amgad am.gad n. military campaign 175 amgad am.gad n. war 176 amgadaashlaru v. anticipate (a battle), prepare for 177 amgar am.gar n. secretary, private_ (esp. of nobles/CEOs) 178 amgiirlii am.giir.lii vi. military 179 amii a.mii n. classification given to a world: specialist trade only (off-limits/interdicted?) 180 amii a.mii vi. interdicted 181 amii a.mii . off limits 182 amii -a.mii -. specialist trade only 183 amiirim a.mii.rim n. oath; military (- of fealty) 184 amiish a.miish n. pen (generic) 185 amikar a.mi.kar n. body (human) 186 amikar a.mi.kar n. corpse (human) 187 amiran a.mi.ran n. linear measure of 170mm (5 shiig) 188 amkarim am.ka.rim . Alpha Crucis sector 189 amkarim am.ka.rim n. Alpha crucis sector 190 amkarim am.ka.rim [astrography]. sector Alpha Crucis 191 amkim am.kim n. rune 192 amkulashag am.ku.la.shag n. disk 193 amlekim am.le.kim -?-. artillery 194 amlekim am.le.kim n. military branch 195 ammem am.mem n. volcano 196 amshagi am.sha.gi n. provence/corridor sector 197 amshagi am.sha.gi . Provence/Corridor Sector 198 amshagi am.sha.gi [astrography]. sector Corridor 199 amshagi am.sha.gi [astrography]. sector Provence 200 amshush am.shush vt. colonize 201 amshuulu am.shuu.lu n. citizen (ordinary) 202 amshuush am.shuush vi. civilized, be_ 203 amubun a.mu.bun [idiom]. no more than 204 amulam a.mu.lam n. heel 205 amume a.mum.e n. jar 206 amurkiir a.mur.kiir n. (from < false + man) android 207 amuu a.muu [element]. Oxygen (Symbol: O, Atomic Number: 8, TL 2). 208 an an vi. bad (colloq) 209 an an n. heaven 210 an an n. 0 211 ana a.na n. clerk 212 ana a.na vi. identical (be) 213 ana a.na n. what? 214 ana a.na n. whatever 215 anaash a.naash . for what? 216 anaash a.naash adv. why? 217 anaash param? a.naash  pa.ram idiom. how much? 218 anash a.nash vi. abroad, be 219 anash a.nash n. dawn 220 ane a.ne n. abdomen 221 ane a.ne n. belly 222 ane an.e n:ip. stomach 223 angi an.gi n. 3 224 angi an.gi [numeral]. three 225 angi-kar an.gi-kar n. 30 226 angiim an.giim vt. loan sth 227 angiimek an.giim.ek n. (from angiim) loan (specific) 228 anginuur an.gi.nuur n. (from three + angle) triangle 229 ani a.ni n. lentil (plant/seeds of sp. Lens culinaris) 230 anii a.nii n:ip. hand 231 ankha an.kha [verb]. forge 232 anshar an.shar n. light infantry 233 anudba a.nud.ba n. quarters (as in 4 parts) 234 anumda a.num.da n. regions 235 anuur a.nuur n. angle (the relation of two lines radiating from a point) 236 anuur a.nuur n. (from < OHV Anub) corner 237 aparmash a.par.mash vi. sour (be) 238 aparmasha a.par.mash.a adj. (from aparmash) sour 239 apgam ap.gam n. melon (plant/fruit of genus Cucurbita gr 240 apin a.pin n. plough 241 apkada ap.ka.da vaux. Early afternoon-time 242 apkakir ap.ka.kir n. Early afternoon 243 aplaskim ap.las.kim n. groove 244 apsin ap.sin n. furrow 245 apula a.pu.la n. (from < Anglic) apple 246 apus a.pus n. gear (toothed wheel) 247 ar ar n. nut (hard-shelled fruit/seed with separable shell and kernel) 248 ar ar n:up. ocean, vast waters 249 ar ar n. vast waters 250 ar ar v. fine / tax 251 araa a.raa vi. whole, be 252 araa a.raa vi. Entire (be) 253 araag a.raag n. shell 254 araaka a.raa.ka adj. (from Araa) Entire 255 araaka a.raa.ka adj. (from araa ) whole 256 arad a.rad adv. (from Adushir) arrogance (because of/through) 257 arad a.rad adv. (from a ) pride (because of/through) 258 arad a.rad n. servant 259 araka a.ra.ka adj. polar (region on planet) 260 arakuud a.ra.kuud vt. gnaw 261 arar a.rar n. ladle 262 arara limumak * a.ra.ra li.mu.mak n. stellar: binary system 263 arashu a.ra.shu vi. automatic 264 arbim ar.bim n. steel 265 ardaag ar.daag [verb]. sneeze 266 ardasi ar.da.si conj. only (if) 267 arek arek vt. (from arek) accrue 268 arek a.rek v. increase, to_ (become or make greater in quantity) 269 arekep a.re.kep n. (from Arek) Increase 270 arga ar.ga n. sheath 271 argankulamar ar.gan.ku.la.mar n. (from < ar + ganiir + kulamar) highport 272 arganna ar.gan.na n. (from < ar + ganiir + unna) downport 273 argu ar.gu n. tuber, potato-like_ 274 argu ar.gu vi. wise, be_ 275 argun -ar.gun -?-. late 276 argunek ar.gu.nek n. (from Argu ) Insight (mystical/transcendental) 277 argunek ar.gu.nek n. (from Argu ) Knowledge (mystical) 278 argunek ar.gu.nek n. (from argu) wisdom (moral skill; the manner of living one's life which produces something lasting) 279 argushii ar.gu.shii n. forbidden knowledge 280 argushii ar.gu.shii n. (from argu-shii.gi) hidden truths; proprietary 281 argushii ar.gu.shii n. (from argu) proprietary knowledge 282 argushiidukid ar.gu.shii.du.kid n. (from < argushii + dukid) university 283 argushiigi ar.gu.shii.gi n. knowledge (all-inclusive; total) 284 argushiigi admegulasha bilanidin ar.gu.shii.gi ad.me.gu.la.sha bi.la.ni.din n. library (First Imperium technical ~; AAB) 285 ari a.ri n. (personal name, unknown gender) 286 ari a.ri [preposition]. at (in the same location as) 287 ari a.ri n:ip. head 288 ariigu a.rii.gu n. flame 289 arik a.rik vi. aglow (edge of IR: 750nm) 290 arik a.rik vi. glow (also: color aglow) 291 arimiin a.ri.miin n. Kitchen 292 arimra a.rim.ra [element]. Tungsten (Symbol: W, Atomic Number: 74, TL 2). 293 arkhash ar.khash n. gold (metal) 294 arkhe ar.khe -?-. corps (military) 295 arkhe ar.khe n. military unit 296 arkhikam ar.khi.kam [verb]. mat 297 arkur ar.kur n. (from < ocean + change) tide 298 arkuu ar.kuu [adverb]. ever (at any time) 299 arlumgashirii ar.lum.ga.shi.rii n. thruster plates 300 arma ar.ma n. south 301 arrure ar.rur.e [element]. Uranium (Symbol: U, Atomic Number: 92, TL 3). 302 arsha paamshu * ar.sha paam.shu n. stellar: far companion star 303 arshiir ar.shiir n. solid 304 arshu ar.shu n. fissure 305 arshukaa sagalaa ar.shu.kaa sa.ga.laa n. Vilani Main 306 arsi ar.si n. exponent 307 arulangin a.ru.lan.gin n. sauce (pungent seafood) 308 arumuk a.ru.muk vi. grumble 309 arzemiir ar.ze.miir n:up. ocean of storms (?) 310 asag a.sag n. disease (<sickness) 311 asag a.sag n. sickness 312 asar a.sar . pan (cooking) 313 asdak as.dak [verb]. (from OHV Astak) ignite 314 asdazug * as.da.zug n. job 315 asdur as.dur n. haven 316 aser a.ser [verb]. knot 317 asha kaadmukim a.sha kaad.mu.kim n. Cube jockey 318 asha kaadmukim a.sha kaad.mu.kim n. DJ, "cube jockey" 319 ashaak a.shaak vi. ascribe 320 ashag a.shag n. land, plot of _ 321 ashash a.shash vi. consistent, be 322 ashbu ash.bu vt. chip 323 ashde ash.de n. skeleton 324 ashdi ash.di n. mirror 325 ashdii ash.dii v. begin 326 ashdii ash.dii vi. start 327 ashdurbaak ash.dur.baak n. despotism 328 ashgam ash.gam n. leatherworker 329 ashi a.shi n. paste (any thick soft dough-like material) 330 ashizag a.shi.zag vt. harm 331 ashkha ash.kha n. lettuce (plant/leaves of genus Lactuca) 332 ashna ash.na n. gene 333 ashpar ash.par [intrans verb]. rugged 334 ashraak ash.raak vt. gather 335 ashre ash.re n. ghost (manifestation of dead person's soul) 336 ashup a.shup v. deduct 337 ashup a.shup [verb]. snip 338 ashushukshikhu a.shu.shuk.shi.khu n. assistants/devotees (picked) 339 ashushukshikhu a.shu.shuk.shi.khu . band: "inner circle", picked assistants/devotees; close friends 340 ashushukshikhu a.shu.shuk.shi.khu n. close friends 341 ashushukshikhu a.shu.shuk.shi.khu n. Friends (close) 342 ashushukshiku a.shu.shuk.shi.ku n. Inner circle 343 asila a.si.la n. joy 344 askigga as.kig.ga [intrans verb]. shallow (of little depth) 345 askii as.kii n. memory 346 askud as.kud v. parry 347 askugga as.kug.ga n. foundation (part which supports the rest 348 asu a.su n. opportunity 349 asu a.su n. restaurant 350 asushuun a.su.shuun n. animal, wild poisonous carnivorous insectoid_ 351 aza a.za n. grease 352 azagus a.za.gus n. lair (an animal's self-made house)

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353 ba ba vt. give as a gift 354 baa * baa vt. shut 355 baad baad v. ascend 356 baak baak vi. disgraced, dishonored, be 357 baak baak vt. shame 358 baakek baak.ek n. (from Baak) disgrace, dishonor 359 baakek baak.ek n. (from baak) shame 360 baalaad baa.laad n. disaster 361 baan baan n. what? 362 baanur baa.nur [verb]. discard 363 baapii baa.pii n. administrators 364 baapii baa.pii n. caste (modern): administrator 365 baar baar n. bark, rind (of vegetation) 366 baar baar [verb]. (from Baal) dredge 367 baar baar vt. lock (entry/exit) 368 baarig baa.rig . fertilize 369 baarig baa.rig vt. impregnate 370 baarigek baa.rig.ek n. (from Baarig) Impregnation 371 baarish baa.rish n. picture (moving/live) 372 baarsan baar.san [adjective]. (from Baar) Bark-bearing (flora) 373 baarsan * baar.san adj. (from baar) rind-covered (flora) 374 baas baas vi. all (of a group) 375 baasa baa.sa [adjective]. all 376 baasad baa.sad adv. (from baas) wholly, entirely, completely 377 baasek baas.ek n. (from Baas) Completeness 378 baasek baas.ek n. (from Baas) Entirety 379 baasek baas.ek n. (from baas) unanimity 380 baasek baas.ek n. (from baas) unity 381 baasepgak baa.sep.gak n. unit 382 baash baash v. defeat 383 bad bad n. fortification, bunker, rampart, city wall 384 bad bad n. Bunker 385 bade ba.de n. net 386 badenkii ba.den.kii n. caste (modern): merchant 387 badenkii ba.den.kii n. merchant caste 388 bag bag n. dung 389 baga ba.ga vi. poisonous, be 390 baga ba.ga idiom. very well (be) 391 baga ba.ga [verb]. thank (express gratitude toward) 392 bagaan ba.gaan [idiom]. (from Baga-an) thank you 393 bagag ba.gag vi. (from baga ) thankful (be) 394 bagagek ba.gag.ek n. (from bagag) Thankfulness 395 bagraan bag.raan n. (from < poison + pit) cesspool 396 bak bak vi. shocked 397 bak bak n. wine jar 398 bakamamnir ba.ka.mam.nir [element]. Vanadium (Symbol: V, Atomic Number: 23, TL 3). 399 bakar bak.ar vi. improve self or spirit 400 bakhili ba.khi.li n. atmosphere, thin 401 balak ba.lak n. marsh 402 bam bam [verb]. ride (sit/perch in/on a vehicle/horse/etc. and travel) 403 bamag ba.mag vi. conventional, be 404 bambuu bam.buu n. (from <anglic) bamboo (plant/stem of genera Bambusa / Arundinaria / Dendrocalamus) 405 baminniruk ba.min.ni.ruk [element]. Astatine (Symbol: At, Atomic Number: 85, TL 5). 406 bamuushkeki ba.muush.ke.ki n. sponge (real/synthetic corpse of animal of phylum Porifera) 407 banana ba.na.na n. (from <anglic) banana (plant/fruit of genus Musa) 408 banar ba.nar n. lantern 409 banek ba.nek n. (from Ba ) Generosity (with gifts) 410 banek ba.nek n. (from Ba ) Gift giving 411 bap bap n. receptacle 412 bap bap [verb]. allocate 413 bappir bap.pir . secret vegetal additive to 414 bappir bap.pir n. vegetal additive to food fermentation process (secret) 415 bappirnak bap.pir.nak vt. adulterate (substances) 416 bar bar vi. brown, be light 417 bar bar v. tan 418 bar bar v. tawny (be) 419 bar beku bar be.ku v. (from Anglic ) grill 420 barag ba.rag n. dais 421 barag-sigga ba.rag-sig.ga n. pedestal 422 barani ba.ra.ni [adjective]. complex 423 barani ba.ran.i n. mitten 424 baranuku ba.ra.nu.ku [element]. Uuq ? (atomic number 114) 425 barbar bar.bar adj. (from bar ) tan (be) 426 barbar bar.bar adj. (from bar ) tawny (be) 427 bardir bar.dir n. ploughing instrument 428 bardu bar.du vi. brutish 429 bardu bar.du vi. savage 430 bardu bar.du vi. uncouth; sub-rational 431 bardu bar.du vi. wild, savage, brutish, uncouth; sub-rational 432 barek ba.rek n. (from baru) naturalness 433 barek bar.ek n. (from bar ) rawness 434 bargi bar.gi n. baggage 435 bargi bar.gi n. load 436 bargi bar.gi n. luggage 437 baris ba.ris n. meat 438 baru ba.ru vi. natural, be 439 baru ba.ru vt. sell sth. 440 barun ba.run n. insect 441 barunek ba.ru.nek n. (from baru) sales 442 barunek ba.ru.nek n. (from baru) selling 443 basaa ba.saa [verb]. delete 444 basaanek ba.saa.nek n. (from Basaa) Deletion 445 bash bash [verb]. regular, be 446 bashduukhan bash.duu.khan n. highland 447 basi ba.si vt. (from < duur basi) beat (repeatedly hit) 448 basuk ba.suk v. need 449 basuka ba.suk.a adj. (from basuk) needed 450 bed bed n. fate, fortune 451 bed bed n. Fortune 452 bek bek vi. slim 453 bek bek vi. slight 454 bek bek vi. slender (small from one surface to the o 455 bekem be.kem vt. synopsize, summarize 456 bekemek be.kem.ek n. (from bekem) synopsis 457 bekumi -be.ku.mi -. standard (fixed norm) 458 bemnushu bem.nu.shu n. paperclip, right-handed_ 459 ben ben vi. walk 460 ber ber vi. rapid (be) 461 beras be.ras n. peace (freedom from fighting or turmoil) 462 berduk ber.duk [verb]. snow 463 berrum ber.rum n. chalk 464 besham be.sham n. category 465 besham lan be.sham lan conj. Foremost; above all else; most of all 466 besham lan be.sham lan [conjunction]. Most of all; foremost; above all else 467 besham-lan be.sham-lan conj. Above all else; foremost; most of all 468 besharu be.sha.ru n. form, sales 469 bezi, leshan be.zi n. (historical name) 470 biik biik vi. durable 471 biiki bii.ki n. herb / seasoning 472 biilem bii.lem vi. Esteemed 473 biilem bii.lem vi. Good, esteemed, worthy 474 biilem bii.lem adj. worthy 475 biilur bii.lur vi. appropriate, be (fittingly) 476 biimu bii.mu n. filter (food preparation) 477 biimushimi bii.mu.shi.mi [element]. Yttrium (Symbol: Y, Atomic Number: 39, TL 2). 478 biirakningesh bii.rak.nin.gesh [element]. Uup ? (atomic number 115) 479 biisha bii.sha vt. assign sth 480 bikarar bi.ka.rar n:ip. hair on chest 481 bilanidin bi.la.ni.din n. (from bilani) Vilani 482 bilanilekani bi.la.ni.le.ka.ni n. (from bilani) non-Vilani people 483 bim bim vi. go home 484 bim bim n. spice 485 bimi bi.mi [adjective]. much (a large quantity of) 486 bimuk bi.muk n. tale 487 binerii bi.ne.rii adv. your 488 biniirdinim bi.niir.di.nim n. (from < bi + jump + port) starport class B 489 bininikra bi.ni.nik.ra [element]. Lawrencium (Symbol: Lr, Atomic Number: 103, TL 6). 490 bir bir vi. mutter 491 birdedurige bir.de.du.ri.ge n. Moot (legislative assembly) 492 bire bir.e n. fly; gnat; small winged insectoid 493 birek bir.ek n. (from bir) murmuring 494 birek bir.ek n. (from bir) mutter 495 bires bi.res n. zone 496 bireshmu bi.resh.mu -?-. drunk, inebriated 497 bireshmu bi.resh.mu -?-. inebriated 498 biriirimuu bi.rii.ri.muu [element]. Rutherfordium (Symbol: Rf, Atomic Number: 104, TL 6). 499 birukanru bi.ru.kan.ru [element]. roentgenium (Rg, atomic number 111) 500 bishuuk bi.shuuk n. moor 501 bisuruma bi.suru.ma [element]. Seaborgium (Symbol: Sg, Atomic Number: 106, TL 6). 502 bu bu color. black 503 bu bu vt. uproot, tear out 504 bu bu vt. tear out, uproot 505 bugak bu.gak [verb]. contradict 506 buk * buk [intrans verb]. roar; loud 507 bukaaruk bu.kaar.uk n. clan 508 bukara bu.kar.a [verb]. "gang up", to 509 bukarash bu.kar.ash n. gang 510 bukhalap bu.kha.lap n. deficit 511 bukrirashuk buk.ri.rash.uk [element]. Hassium (Symbol: Hs, Atomic Number: 108, TL 7). 512 bulak bu.lak vi. resolute (be) 513 bum bum [verb]. categorize 514 bum bum vi. kind, be 515 bum bum n. species 516 bum bum n. type 517 bunakan bu.na.kan n. set (complete group of similar items) 518 bunishishi bu.ni.shish.i [element]. Mendelevium (Symbol: Md, Atomic Number: 101, TL 6). 519 bup bup vt. lose (cease having; contra-acquire) 520 buri bu.ri n. horn (bone-like growth from animal's head) 521 burig bu.rig [verb]. recall 522 burkaar bur.kaar vi. obsequious (be) 523 burlap bur.lap [verb]. weigh [mass] 524 burshaam bur.shaam [intrans verb]. dark 525 buru bu.ru n. fruit tree 526 burud bu.rud v. (from burd-) pierce 527 burun bu.run n. temple 528 burussaza bu.rus.sa.za n. percolator 529 buuk buuk vi. black/blue (be) 530 buuk buuk vi. blue/black (be) 531 buuk buuk [intrans verb]. dark, be of _ color;;black, be_;;blue, black, be_ 532 buunir buu.nir [verb]. throw away 533 buunsiir buun.siir vt. dispose 534 buur buur n. hole 535 buusan buu.san vt. scatter 536 buzakshu bu.zak.shu n. margin 537 buzi bu.zi n. streak 538 buzi bu.zi n. stripe

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539 da da [adjective]. all (the whole number or entire sum of) 540 da da [numeral]. hundredth, out of a hundred;;percent (?);;centi- 541 da da n:ip. side, face (geometric) 542 da da . tenth 543 da da . tenth, out of ten ? 544 da da [numeral]. Centi- 545 da da the letter d. D 546 da da [numeric]. percent 547 daag daag n. (from <Anglic ) dog (Canis familiaris) 548 daagaka daa.ga.ka n. 1000000 549 daagaka daa.ga.ka [numeral]. million 550 daagam daa.gam n. ambassador 551 daagan daa.gan n. frying pan 552 daaggu daag.gu adj. (from ag) seamless 553 daaggu daag.gu n. (from < ag) uniform (without parts) 554 daaggu daag.gu adj. (from ag) whole (solid) 555 daagu daa.gu adv. (from A ) humble 556 daagu daa.gu adv. (from a ) prideless 557 daak daak v. defend, protect (esp. border; as one's duty) 558 daak daak v. protect 559 daakek daak.ek n. (from Daak) Defense 560 daakek daak.ek n. (from Daak) Guardianship 561 daakek daak.ek n. (from daak) protection 562 daakha daa.kha [adverb]. already (prior to the time mentioned) 563 daakha daa.kha n. object (concrete tangible thing) 564 daakunid daa.ku.nid vi. ultraviolet 565 daakuu daa.kuu n. league 566 daakuu daa.kuu n. linear measure of 2.125km (500 khaniimi);;mile, league (2.125km) 567 daakuu daa.kuu n. mile 568 daalenu daa.le.nu n. edge 569 daam daam n. bank (monetary institution) 570 daamad daa.mad vi. larval stage, be in 571 daamashni daa.mash.ni n. stamp, rubber_ 572 daamnur daam.nur vi. panic, to (be)_ 573 daamula daa.mu.la [verb]. calm, be 574 daan daan n. tub 575 daaneku daa.ne.ku n. (from Gaanek) Rejection 576 daap daap n. field (of work) 577 daapa daa.pa n. artillery 578 daar daar . hut 579 daar daar vt. rank 580 daar daar n. shadow 581 daar daar n. status 582 daaraan daa.raan n. noon 583 daarine daa.rin.e n. molecule 584 daarsan daar.san [intrans verb]. (from Daar) dim (with little light present) 585 daarsan daar.san adj. (from daar) shaded 586 daarsan daar.san adj n. (from daar) shadowed 587 daarug daa.rug vi. blunt (of little sharpness) 588 daarug daa.rug vi. dull 589 daas daas vi. young (of little age; having existed/lived for a brief time) 590 daash daash vt. activate 591 daash daash vi. active, be 592 daash daash v. make active 593 daashak daa.shak n. megajoule 594 daashash daa.shash n. activity 595 daashashgu daa.shash.gu n. (from Daashash) Inactivity 596 daashek daash.ek n. (from daash) activeness 597 dabaadu da.baad.u n. (from Baad) Descent 598 dabaargu da.baar.gu [adverb]. (from Baar) Bare (flora) 599 dabaargu da.baar.gu [adverb]. (from Baar) Barkless (flora) 600 dabaargu * da.baar.gu vi. (from baar ) naked (flora) 601 dabaargu * da.baar.gu adj. (from baar) rindless (flora) 602 dabeshamgu da.be.sham.gu n. (from Besham) Non-category 603 dabus da.bus [verb]. own (possess according to law or custom) 604 dabusek da.bus.ek n. (from dabus) owner 605 dadaam da.daam n. train (of railroad) 606 dadag da.dag vi. clean 607 dadag da.dag vi. clear <clean 608 dadag da.dag vi. Imperial (pertaining to govt) 609 dadag da.dag vi. pure, clean, be 610 dadak da.dak [verb]. retain 611 dadgi da.da.gi n. adhesive (hull-patch-grade) 612 dadurgu da.dur.gu n. (from Dur) Repulsor 613 dag dag [verb transitive]. (from Dab) Bear 614 dag dag n. hinge 615 dag dag vt. (from Dab) hold 616 dag dag n. joint, hinge 617 daga da.ga n. 1000 618 daga da.ga n. fence (outdoor barrier supported by posts) 619 dagakashi da.ga.ka.shi n. (personal name, unknown gender) 620 dagas -da.gas [numeral]. Kilo- 621 dagashii da.ga.shii n. caste (traditional): protector 622 dagashii da.ga.shii n. protectors;;military personnel;;warriors 623 dagashii da.ga.shii n. soldiers 624 dagashii da.ga.shii n. warriors 625 dagebu da.ge.bu n. (from Gebi) Non-awareness 626 dagepaagu da.ge.paa.gu n. (from Gepaag) Defendant (legal) 627 dagid -da.gid [numeral]. Milli- 628 dagimu da.gi.mu n:up. minute (Vilani) 629 dagirkhargu da.gir.khar.gu n. (from Girkhar) Inaccuracy 630 dagiruk da.gi.ruk n. (from Girur) Disagreement (formal) 631 dagishegu da.gi.she.gu n. (from Gishkhurek) Inability to plan or design 632 dagishku da.gish.ku n. (from Gishkur) Non-aesthetic 633 dagka dag.ka n. (from Kuradagka) Mountain peak 634 daglir dag.lur vt. affix (attach) 635 daglir dag.lir vi. attach 636 daglirek dag.lur.ek n. (from daglir) affix 637 dagus da.gus vi. fervor, be in a 638 dagushaapu da.gu.shaa.pu n. (from Gushaap) Refutation 639 dagushak da.gu.shak n. megawatt 640 dagushak * da.gush.ak n. energy (a point of ~) 641 dagushiigu da.gu.shii.gu n. (from Gushii) method 642 dagushiigu da.gu.shii.gu n. (from Gushii) Order (method) 643 dak dak n. face 644 dak dak vt. serve (food) 645 dak dak vt. peck (once) 646 dak dak vi. responsible, be 647 daka da.ka n. substitute 648 dakamgu da.kam.gu n. (from Kam) Eucatastrophe 649 dakarigu da.ka.ri.gu n. (from karak) Business, lack of 650 dakashugu da.ka.shu.gu n. (from Kashu) Atmosphere 0 (vacuum) 651 dakashugu da.ka.shu.gu n. (from Kashu) Vacuum (space) 652 dakdak dak.dak vt. (from dak ) peck (repeatedly) 653 dake da.ke n. child of own sex (only/elder) 654 dakek dak.ek [verb]. (from < OHV Dakub < dak) Care 655 dakek dak.ek n. (from Dak) Hospitality 656 dakek dak.ek n. (from dak ) responsibility (social) 657 dakhaamak da.khaa.mak n. incisor (tooth) 658 dakhaar da.khaar vt. furnish 659 dakhammap da.kham.map n. tusk 660 dakhedu da.khed.u n. (from Khed) Stranger 661 dakhigu da.khi.gu n. (from Khinum) Misbehavior 662 dakhiligu da.khi.li.gu n. (from Khili) Non-attractiveness 663 dakhir da.khir [verb]. replace 664 dakhumu da.khum.u n. (from Khum) Audience 665 dakhumu da.khum.u n. (from Khum) Non-participant 666 dakhumu da.khum.u n. (from Khum) Observer 667 dakigiinu da.ki.gii.nu n. (from Kikiinu) Non-bureaucrat 668 dakigu da.ki.gu n. (from kigilu) Agelessness 669 dakim da.kim vt. notice 670 dakim da.kim vt. perceive 671 dakim da.kim vt. realize sth., see, notice, perceive 672 dakim da.kim vt. see 673 dakir da.kir n. 4 674 dakir da.kir vt. (from transactional) buy sth. 675 dakir da.kir vt. (from dakar) sell something 676 dakir-kar da.kir-kar n. 40 677 dakir-kar-daga da.kir-dar-da.ga n. 40000 678 dakirma da.kir.ma n. chairman 679 dakkalu dak.ka.lu n. (from Zingala) Non-entity 680 dakkam dak.kam vi. Enlightening, be 681 dakkhag dak.khag n. (from dukkha) base 682 dakkhag dak.khag n. (from dukkha) Basic 683 dakniir dak.niir v. sting 684 dakringi dak.rin.gi n. (from Kurinnik) brain 685 daksaash dak.saash n. boulder 686 dakshaan * dak.shaan n. burden-less (non-burden) 687 dakumagu da.ku.mag.u n. (from Kumag) Mourning 688 dakumug da.ku.mug n. (from Kumug) Non-asteroid 689 dakurgu da.kur.gu n. (from Dakur) Carelessness 690 dakurgu da.kur.gu n. (from kur) Mal-adjustment 691 dakuur da.kuur n. (from < hospitality) Lodging 692 dala da.la vi. over (be) (above) 693 dala da.la vi. top; be on _ of 694 dalad da.lad vt. above, be 695 dalagira da.la.gi.ra n. (from < la + girar) choir 696 dalagu da.la.gu n. (from < la) None 697 dalak da.lak [verb]. complicated, be 698 dalaku da.la.ku n. (from Laki) Nadir 699 dalari da.la.ri n. (from < top + head) attic 700 dalasegu da.la.se.gu n. (from Lased) Failure 701 dalasegu da.la.se.gu n. (from Lased) Mal-achievement 702 dale da.le vi. (from Dal ) Fly 703 dalek da.lek n. (from Dale) Flight (ability) 704 dalig da.lig vi. flat, be 705 dalim da.lim conj. or (< not + join ) 706 dalindiku da.lin.di.ku . (from Lindikir) Imbalance 707 dalinshuug da.lin.shuug n. (from Linshu) Derivation 708 dalug da.lug n. scale (device to measure weight) 709 dalum da.lum n. upper side 710 daluu da.luu n. uncle (older than parent) 711 daluuk da.luuk n. garbage 712 dam dam v. drive 713 dam dam vt. Impart momentum/velocity 714 dam dam vt. impel 715 dam dam vt. propel, impel, drive, impart momentum/velocity 716 dam dam n:ip. spouse (w/whom have had child) 717 dam dam n. wife 718 dam dam vt. move sth 719 damadigu da.ma.di.gu n. (from Madi) Cape, false (geographical) 720 damakhash da.ma.khash n. (from dam=akha-sh) wedding (lit. "spouse-new-ing") 721 damap da.map vaux. enable 722 damargu da.mar.gu n. (from Margu) Disapproval 723 damas da.mas v. protest (< non-public-relations-expert) 724 damekhasegu da.me.khas.e.gu n. (from khas) independent 725 damemgu da.mem.gu n. (from Memgir) Gathering (impromptu) 726 damgar dam.gar n. merchant 727 damikagu da.mi.ka.gu n. (from Amikar) Non-human body 728 damikhag da.mi.khag n. (from midkhan) Carefreeness 729 dammam dam.mam [verb]. electric, be (move+atom) 730 dammulig dam.mu.lig n. (from Muli) Dimness 731 dampad dam.pad vt. Betroth 732 dampadek dam.pad.ek n. (from Dampad) Betrothal 733 damunagu da.mu.na.gu n. (from Muna) Inattention 734 dan dan [intrans verb]. baked (be) 735 dan dan [intrans verb]. baking (be) 736 dan dan vt. perform 737 danaam da.naam n. (from Naame) Noone 738 danaam da.naam . (from Naame) Nothing 739 danaam -da.naam -. trap 740 danak da.nak n:up. sea, greater 741 danaku da.na.ku n. (from Na ) Formlessness 742 danaku da.na.ku n. (from Na ) Shapelessness 743 dangad dan.gad vi. (from < OHV dangal) wide 744 dangadek dan.gad.ek n. (from dangad) width 745 dangana dan.ga.na v. cruel, be 746 dangu dan.gu n. (from Dan) Inaction 747 dani da.ni n. knife, machete (for outdoor use) 748 dani da.ni n. machete 749 danim da.nim [verb]. outside of (be) ( < not in ) 750 danim da.nim [verb]. take off self (clothing) 751 daningu da.nin.gu n. (from Nindu) Non-ambition 752 danir da.nir v. screw (threaded fastener) 753 danse dan.se n. (from OHV ladanse) moon 754 danuk da.nuk vi. (from < rest + above) float 755 dap dap vt. patch sth 756 dape dap.e ptcl. now 757 dape dap.e ptcl. well 758 dapek dap.ek n. (from dap) patch 759 dapgu dap.gu n. (from Dip) Cleared path 760 dapiisuk da.pii.suk n. (from Papiis) Mix (non-uniform) 761 dapuurigu da.puu.ri.gu n. (from Puur) Bread (unleavened) 762 dar dar vt. support 763 dara da.ra vt. love, to_ 764 daraagu da.raag.u n. (from Durgar) toilet 765 daram -da.ram -. separate 766 daranek da.ra.nek n. (from dara) love 767 darar da.rar vi. enthusiastic, be 768 darazi da.ra.zi [verb]. capitulate 769 darbuuras dar.buu.ras [intrans verb]. insane, be 770 darek dar.ek n. (from dar) support 771 dareku da.re.ku n. (from Durek) Unboundedness 772 darga dar.ga n. bat 773 darga dar.ga n. club (weapon) 774 dari da.ri n:up. sky 775 darigu da.ri.gu n. (from Bardu) Manners 776 darigu da.ri.gu n. (from Bardu) Politeness 777 dariir da.riir [verb]. bail 778 darkaamku dar.kaam.ku n. rational thought 779 darshii dar.shii vi. fever, have a 780 darugu da.ru.gu n. (from Ru ) Non-aggregating 781 daruk da.ruk n. thing sent; packet, package 782 darushig da.ru.shig n. (from Durush) chasm 783 daruuk da.ruuk n. ingratiating fool 784 darzam dar.zam v. translate, to_ (esp. Anglic) 785 dasagu da.sa.gu n. (from Sag) Homeliness 786 dasargin da.sar.gin [adjective]. (from Sargin) zesty 787 dasargu da.sar.gu n. (from Sar) Breathlessness 788 dasargu da.sar.gu n. (from Disar) Non-acknowledgement 789 dash dash [verb]. conservative, be 790 dash dash vt. remove s.th. 791 dashaapu da.shaa.pu n. (from Shaap) protrusion 792 dashakhagu da.sha.kha.gu n. (from Shakha) Coward, poltroon 793 dashakhagu da.sha.kha.gu n. (from Shakha) Poltroon 794 dashba dash.ba n. ortillery 795 dashek dash.ek n. (from Dash) Deprivation 796 dashek dash.ek n. (from dash) seizure 797 dashezigu da.she.zi.gu n. (from Shezin) Recklessness 798 dashi da.shi n. aunt (younger than parent) 799 dashigu da.shi.gu n. (from Shimur) Non-adhesive 800 dashmagu dash.ma.gu n. (from Daashash) Setback 801 dashsha dash.sha n. bowl 802 dashulinka da.shu.lin.ka n. (personal name, male) 803 dasigu da.si.gu n. (from Sig ) Breadth 804 dasii da.sii [verb]. appear; show self 805 dasikhasegu da.si.khas.e.gu n. (from khas) independence 806 dasneku das.ne.ku n. (from Uskanek) Inability 807 dasuuzegu da.suu.ze.gu n. (from Suuze) Bad advice 808 dazakhi da.za.khi n. soot 809 dazashu da.zash.u n. (from Zash) another 810 dazeg da.zeg vi. normal (be) 811 dazega da.zeg.a adj. normal 812 dazemisagu da.ze.mi.sa.gu n. (from Zemisa) Certificate, forged 813 dazemisagu da.ze.mi.sa.gu n. (from Zemisa) Forgery 814 dazirgu da.zir.gu n. (from ziru) Non-authority 815 degar de.gar [intrans verb]. cloudy, be_;;gray, be light_ or grayish-white [secondary] 816 degar de.gar vi. Gray (be light -) 817 degar de.gar n. Gray River 818 degar de.gar vi. Grey, be 819 degarek de.gar.ek n. (from Degar) Cloudiness 820 dek dek vi. quick, be 821 dek dek vt. repeat 822 deki de.ki n. knife (food preperation) 823 deluuk de.luuk vi. difficult, be 824 dempurakhir dem.pu.ra.khir v. suppose 825 denak de.nak v. blot 826 deni de.ni n. oar (stick with broad end) 827 deni de.ni n. paddle 828 dera de.ra vi. Invisible, be 829 dera de.ra vt. lost, be_;;invisible, be_ 830 deraabelar de.raa.be.lar . (from < Proto-Vilani) traveller 831 deran de.ran n. (from Dran) day (daytime) 832 derandir de.ran.dir n. (from Drandir) day (calendrical, Vilani) 833 derandir de.ran.dir n. (from < Dran-dir) Day (calendrical) 834 des des vi. feeble (be) 835 des des vi. weak 836 desh desh vt. pinch 837 deshi de.shi n. parsec (Vilani) 838 deshla desh.la vi. jealous (be) 839 desiim de.siim n. rimward, galactic edge 840 di di n. 5 841 di di conj. (from du ) for the time being 842 di-dakir di.da.kir n. 9 843 di-dakir-kar di-da.kir-kar n. 90 844 di-kar di-kar n. 50 845 di-la di-la n. 6 846 di-la-kar di-la-kar n. 60 847 di-ma di-ma n. 7 848 dibii di.bii n. Cocoa (Vilani) 849 dibii di.bii n. tea (meat) 850 didami di.da.mi n. grandchild of own sex 851 didan di.dan vi. tight 852 diddunika did.du.ni.ka n. inflation (not enough dinnika) 853 didran did.ran n. Friday, Fiday 854 digagaash di.ga.gaash n. form, validated_ (bureaucratic) 855 digush di.gush [verb]. Constrict 856 digush di.gush vi. narrow, tight, be_ 857 digush di.gush vi. tight (be) 858 digusha di.gush.a adj. (from digush) narrow 859 digusha di.gu.sha adj. (from digush) tight 860 digushek di.gush.ek n. (from Digush) Constriction 861 digushek di.gush.ek n. (from digush) narrowness 862 digushek di.gush.ek n. (from digush) tightness 863 dii dii [verb]. cut 864 dii dii vi. sparkle (to _; also edge of UV: 310nm) 865 diikar dii.kar n. 25; "score" 866 diikar dii.kar n. score 867 diikari dii.ka.ri n. host, sponsor 868 diikari dii.ka.ri n. sponsor 869 diilar dii.lar vt. lack sth 870 diilarek dii.lar.ek n. (from diilar) lacking 871 diim diim v. act (<do, make) 872 diim diim [verb]. do (<make) 873 diim diim vt. fashion, form, make 874 diim diim v. feel (experience an emotion/sentiment) 875 diim diim vt. Form (other) 876 diim diim v. get (<do, make) 877 diim diim vt. have (possess / be furnished with) 878 diim diim vt. (from dim ) make 879 diim diim [verb]. play (sport, game) 880 diim Diim v. Shape (other) 881 diimek diim.ek n. (from Diim) artifice 882 diimisu dii.mi.su n. window 883 diimshamim diim.sha.mim n. authority (for information/standards?) 884 diimugu dii.mu.gu n. (from Iimu) Inability to make choices 885 diingi diin.gi n. (from Di-angi) 8 886 diirabur dii.ra.bur n. (from < tiirabur) (surname) 887 diirabur, naarid dii.ra.bur . (from < tiirabur) (historical name) Ex-grand duke of Vland. 888 diirabur-karid, marila dii.ra.bur-ka.rid . (from < tiirabur) (historical name) Duchess select of Vland. 889 diirkima diir.ki.ma . (heroic/historical name) 890 diishiipkhish dii.shiip.khish n. verdict 891 diishurmu dii.shur.mu n:ip. hair on legs 892 diishush dii.shush vi. liability (be) 893 diishushek dii.shush.ek n. (from diishush) liability 894 dik dik n. (from Dikh) grasslike plant, desert/dryland_ 895 dik dik . plant: grasslike 896 dika di.ka n. company (a business organization) 897 dikaai di.kaai n:up. Desert, the Great 898 dikadigar di.ka.di.gar . (from di-kadigar) section (military) 899 dikadurun * di.ka.du.run n. stellar: close companion star 900 dikaga di.ka.ga vi. blind, be 901 dikani di.ka.ni n. (from Dik ) Farmers (desert/dryland) 902 dikikmusha di.kik.mu.sha [element]. Selenium (gray) (Symbol: Se, Atomic Number: 34, TL 3). 903 dikir di.kir vi. Firm (effort, force) 904 diku di.ku v. Judge 905 dikud di.kud v. (from Anglic decide) decide 906 dikud di.kud n. judge 907 dikudre di.kud.re v. (from < OHV dikudr) pass judgement 908 dila di.la v. end 909 dilad di.lad n. fireplace 910 dilaran di.la.ran n. Saturday, Sixday 911 diluukhe di.luukh.e ptcl. (from < OHV luukh?) now 912 dimadir di.ma.dir n. (from Dima-dir) week 913 dimek dim.ek n. (from Dim ) Formation 914 dimek dim.ek n. (from dim ) manufactured thing 915 dimiish di.miish [verb]. whistle 916 dimimur di.mi.mur n. needle 917 dimma dim.ma vt. copy 918 dimma dim.ma vt. duplicate 919 dimmak dim.mak n. (from dimma) copy (specific) 920 dimmak dim.mak n. (from dimma) duplicate (specific) 921 dimper dim.per [verb]. paint (< make + color ) 922 dinara di.na.ra n. floor 923 dinarnug di.nar.nug n. antiquity 924 dinarsha di.nar.sha n. account (record of money received/paid/owed) 925 dinem di.nem [adjective]. possible (able to happen or be done) 926 dinep di.nep n. (from dini) optionality 927 dinep di.nep n. (from dini) possibility (among options) 928 dinep di.nep n. (from dini) selectability 929 diner di.ner vi. learn 930 dinerek di.ner.ek n. (from diner) learning (specific) 931 dinerek di.ner.ek n. (from diner) lesson 932 dingin din.gin vi. (from < see + around) transparent (be) 933 dingir din.gir n. god 934 dini di.ni vt. choose 935 dini di.ni vt. opt for 936 dini di.ni vt. pick, choose, opt for, want 937 dinim -di.nim n. dock 938 dinim di.nim n. port 939 dinmii din.mii n. piece (of no particular shape) 940 dinnika din.ni.ka n. goods (materials, products) 941 dinnisha din.ni.sha vt. import 942 dinsha din.sha n. (surname) 943 dip dip n. Barrier, blockade 944 dip dip n. wall, barrier, blockade, cliff 945 diparmedukide n. scholar, master, teacher, professor 946 diparsi di.par.si n. masterpiece 947 dipirin di.pir.in n. curtain (< barrier + cloth) 948 dir dir n. (from Tir) forest; grove 949 dir dir n. (from < OHV Tir) grove 950 dir dir n:up. night (nighttime) 951 dir dir vt. rescue 952 dir dir v. Salvage 953 dir dir vt. save, rescue 954 dir gar dir gar n:up. Lost Sea, the 955 diram di.ram n. Meter (exact) 956 dirangar di.ran.gar n. Kilometer (exact) 957 dirar di.rar v. suck 958 dirarek di.rar.ek n. (from dirar) sucking 959 dirarek di.rar.ek n. (from dirar) suction 960 dirkuus dir.kuus vi. worthy (be) 961 disa di.sa n. any 962 disar di.sar vt. acknowledge sth 963 disegshummarsa di.seg.shum.mar.sa n. Cheese (ricotta/cottage) 964 disegshummarsa di.seg.shum.mar.sa n. fungus 965 disgi dis.gi [adjective]. any (no particular one of) 966 dish dish vt. guide; lead 967 dish dish vt. lead 968 dishaan di.shaan vt. eat sth (formal meal) 969 dishaanek di.shaa.nek n. (from Dishaa) Dining 970 dishaanek di.shaa.nek n. (from Dishaa) meals 971 dishan di.shan vi. far (remote), be 972 dishanad dish.an.ad adv. (from dishan) remotely (distance) 973 diziirdinim di.ziir.di.nim n. (from < diz + jump + port) starport class X 974 dizik di.zik n. pistol (hand held gun) 975 du -du -?-. Fitting 976 du -du -?-. necessary 977 du du vt. spread (substance); mould bricks; coat, caulk 978 du -du -. suitable 979 du du [verb]. Caulk 980 du du [verb]. Coat; cover; paint 981 du du v. mould (bricks) 982 du- du -. not 983 duberaasim du.be.raa.sim n. (from Anglic ) potato (plant/tuber of sp. Solanum tuberosum) 984 dud dud vi. (from OHV Tud) birth, give_ 985 dud dud v. make (statue) 986 dug dug v. (from < declare) announce 987 dug dug n. (from Tug) clothing; garment 988 dug dug n. (from Tug) garment 989 dug dug vi. good, nice, pleasant (arch.) 990 dug dug n. jug, vessel 991 dug dug vi. nice 992 dug dug vi. pleasant 993 dug dug v. (from du(g)) say, speak, declare 994 dug dug v. Declare 995 dugaluum du.ga.luum n. Curse (lit. “data rendered useless”) 996 dugebi du.ge.bi vi. (from gebi) ignorant (be) 997 dugek dug.ek n. (from Dug ) Goodness (niceness) 998 dugek dug.ek n. (from Dug ) niceness 999 dugek dug.ek n. (from Dug ) pleasantness 1000 dugek dug.ek n. (from < OHV dugub) speech, words; language 1001 dugek dug.ek n. (from Dug ) statement 1002 dugek dug.ek n. (from Dug ) utterance 1003 dugek * dug.ek n. (from Dug ) language (specific) 1004 dugina du.gi.na [intrans verb]. untrue 1005 dugnur dug.nur n. data (raw information, facts) 1006 dugnur dug.nur n. information (raw data, facts) 1007 dugud -du.gud -?-. Heavy; important 1008 dugud -du.gud -?-. important 1009 duka du.ka n. jolt 1010 dukaargi du.kaar.gi vi. (from kaargi) incorrect, be 1011 dukar du.kar vt. gain 1012 dukha du.kha n. residue 1013 dukhum du.khum n. (from Khum) Observe (but not partake) 1014 dukhup du.khup vi. (from khupduu) innocent (be) 1015 dukidus du.kidus vi. (from kidus) loose (contra-taut) 1016 dukigu du.ki.gu n. (from Uki) perfection 1017 dukiid du.kiid vt. teach 1018 dukiid du.kiid vt. train s.o. 1019 dukiiginraak du.kii.gin.raak [element]. Titanium (Symbol: Ti, Atomic Number: 22, TL 2). 1020 dukiimene * du.kiimen.e n. (from < du + useful + e) trash 1021 dukiir du.kiir vi. (from kiir) primitive (be) 1022 dukima du.ki.ma n. desert 1023 dukkha duk.kha vi. acidic 1024 dukkhashu duk.kha.shu n. (from dukkha + kashu) atmosphere, corrosive 1025 duklar duk.lar n. (from Dublar) courthouse 1026 duku du.ku vt. (from OHV Tuku) have; marry 1027 duku du.ku v. (from Tuku) marry 1028 dula du.la n. rib 1029 dula du.la v. cover, to_ 1030 dulagam du.la.gam vt. (from Lagamu) distrust s.o. 1031 dulagamek du.la.gam.ek n. (from dulagam) distrust 1032 dulak du.lak n. (from Dula ) Covering 1033 dulamas du.la.mas vi. (from lamas) plain, unattratctive (be) 1034 dulamas du.la.mas vi. (from lamas) ugly (be) 1035 dulamas du.la.mas vi. (from lamas) unattractive (be) 1036 dulamsakii du.lam.sa.kii n. size (degree of largeness or smallness) 1037 dulash du.lash n. damage 1038 dule du.le [verb]. damage 1039 dulikir du.li.kir vi. (from < ma + likir) thrifty (be) 1040 dulikirek du.li.kir.ek n. (from dulikir) thriftiness 1041 duluk du.luk n. weapon 1042 dulum du.lum vt. pump 1043 dum dum n. (from Dub ) data file/document 1044 dum dum n. document (esp electronic) 1045 dum dum vi. go to committee meeting 1046 dum dum n. (from < OHV dub) tablet (writing); hand com 1047 dum dum n. (from < OHV dub) tablet (writing); hand computer terminal of some sort? 1048 dum dum n. letter (a message written and mailed) 1049 dumaam du.maam n. knife (food preperation) 1050 dumana du.ma.na n. foot/feet 1051 dumlar dum.lar n. archive 1052 dumlar dum.lar n. (from Dub-lar) data library (official) 1053 dumlar dum.lar n. library, archive; data library 1054 dumsar dum.sar n. Computer (hand) 1055 dumshar dum.shar vt. (from < document + note) annotate sth 1056 dumu du.mu n. child of other sex (only/elder) 1057 dumu du.mu n. son 1058 dumula du.mu.la vi. (from Mula) alarming (be) 1059 dumuurzu du.muur.zu vi. (from muurzu) neutral (be) 1060 dunalisii du.na.li.sii [verb]. (from Nalisii) clumsy, be 1061 dunek du.nek n. (from Du ) Coating, covering 1062 dunek du.nek n. (from du) layered covering 1063 dunek du.nek n. (from du ) seal 1064 duni du.ni v. smell (bad), to_ 1065 duni du.ni . sound, smell 1066 dunumas du.nu.mas n. (from Dunumuz) bulb 1067 dur dur n. bond 1068 dur dur [intrans verb]. bonded 1069 dur dur vi. Bound 1070 dur dur n. young of animal; foal 1071 dur dur v. destroy (contra-create; cause to cease existing) 1072 dur dur n. Foal 1073 duraa du.raa vi. blaze 1074 duraag du.raag n. hammer 1075 duraag du.raag vi. rage, be in a - 1076 duraash du.raash v. cross (travel over) 1077 durag du.rag n. design 1078 durak du.rak [verb]. shine (radiate light) 1079 duram dur.am [intrans verb]. nervous, be 1080 duramagi du.ra.ma.gi n. (from flaming+eye) pirate 1081 duramruk du.ram.ruk n. sugar (analogue powder) 1082 durasaa du.ra.saa n. boot(s) 1083 durbaaris dur.baa.ris vi. (from < OHV Durbaariz) per the rules (be) 1084 durbad dur.bad [verb]. rule 1085 durbanaak dur.ba.naak n. government 1086 durbik dur.bik n. strength (ability to exert physical power) 1087 durdagiir dur.da.giir [verb]. massacre, to (noncombatants) 1088 durdakniir dur.dak.niir [verb]. massacre, to (combatants) 1089 durek dur.ek n. (from < OHV Durub <dur) Binding 1090 durek du.rek n. (from Dur ) Boundedness 1091 durek dur.ek n. (from Dur ) Containment 1092 durek du.rek n. (from dur ) limitation 1093 durgar dur.gar n. chair; throne 1094 durgar dur.gar n. throne 1095 durgeg dur.geg vi. harmless (be) 1096 durgesh dur.gesh vi. abrupt 1097 durgesh dur.gesh vi. sudden 1098 durgu dur.gu vi. (from < du + argu 'not wise') silly, foolish (be) 1099 duri -du.ri . enduring, everlasting 1100 durigi du.ri.gi vi. (from < du + rigi) unhappy (be) 1101 duriin du.riin n. territory 1102 durmin dur.min n. bag 1103 durna dur.na [verb]. (from Durn) distribute 1104 durnek dur.nek n. (from Durn) Distribution 1105 durniirdunim dur.niir.du.nim n. (from < dur + jump + port) starport class D 1106 duru du.ru n. (from OHV madduri) fire 1107 duru du.ru n. flame 1108 durugiir du.ru.giir vt. murder s.o. 1109 duruk du.ruk n. (from Dur ) Constraint 1110 durum du.rum n. sunlight 1111 durumagi du.ru.ma.gi n. (from “flame eye”) corsair 1112 durun du.run v. place, to (plural objects) 1113 durunek * du.ru.nek n. (from Durun) allocation 1114 durush du.rush n. bridge (over chasm or water) 1115 duruush du.ruush [verb]. drown (die/kill via immersion) 1116 dusagara du.sa.ga.ra [element]. Osmium (Symbol: Os, Atomic Number: 76, TL 3). 1117 dusaku du.sa.ku n. spear 1118 dush dush vt. (from Tush) Dwell 1119 dush dush vt. (from Tush) settle s.o. (singular); dwell, cause to (singular) 1120 dush dush vi. smile 1121 dush dush vt. (from dush (II)) swallow (food) 1122 dushalam du.sha.lam vi. (from shalam) loose (contra-snug) 1123 dushaniim du.sha.niim n. table, food preperation 1124 dushap du.shap vt. surprise 1125 dushek dush.ek n. (from Dush) Dwelling (abstract) 1126 dushek dush.ek n. (from Dush ) Fixedness 1127 dushek dush.ek n. (from dush ) sedentarism 1128 dusheka du.she.ka . (heroic/historical name) 1129 dushis du.shis n. day after tomorrow 1130 dushis khurisi n. poem (epic cycle) 1131 dushuddu medishe n. Guide (rough/incomplete/field) 1132 dushur du.shur v. wash 1133 dushurek du.shur.ek n. washroom 1134 duu duu vi. blue-white, be_;;bright, be_ (of light) 1135 duu duu vi. Bright (be, of light) 1136 duug duug vi. horrible, be 1137 duugare duu.gar.e vt. (from gar?) produce 1138 duula duu.la n. wax 1139 duum duum [verb]. trip 1140 duun duun [verb]. alone, be 1141 duuna duu.na adj. (from duun) sole 1142 duunalekala duu.na.le.ka.la n. (from < solomani + year) year (Imperial; Solomani) 1143 duunalekane duu.na.le.kan.e n. (from < sole + people) Solomani (people) 1144 duunek duu.nek n. (from < OHV Duunub <duu) Bluish-whiteness 1145 duunek duu.nek n. (from duu) whiteness 1146 duunum duu.num n. Brightness 1147 duur Duur vt. (from < duur basi) worth 1148 duur basi duur ba.si . as a rule (worth repeatedly hitting) 1149 duuramid duu.ra.mid vt. accompanied by 1150 duuramid duu.ra.mid vt. bring (cause something to come along with one toward a place) 1151 duurkur duur.kur v. value, to 1152 duurlur duur.lur vi. valuable, be 1153 duursar duur.sar n. (from Dubsar) hand computer, text editor 1154 duus duus [verb]. outlaw 1155 duushadaar duu.sha.daar n. shaman, Vil priest 1156 duusirka duu.sir.ka n. Vega (the star) 1157 duuzenkha duu.zen.kha n. engineer

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1158 e e . house 1159 e e adj/pn. this (demonstrative) 1160 e E the letter e. E 1161 eber e.ber n. yard (land) 1162 ed ed [intrans verb]. descend, go down 1163 ed ed vi. go down; descend 1164 edam e.dam vi. fabulous, pertaining to fable 1165 edamar e.da.mar n:up. Sea of Fables 1166 edammeshner e.dam.mesh.ner n. science-fable 1167 edapu e.da.pu n. linear measure of 850mm (5 amiran) 1168 edapu e.da.pu n. meter (Vilani) (approximate; =850mm) 1169 edapu e.da.pu n. yard (Vilani measurement) 1170 edin e.din n. plain, steppe 1171 edin e.din n. steppe 1172 eduba e.du.ba n. academy 1173 eduba e.du.ba n. school, academy 1174 eg eg n. materials (raw_) 1175 ega e.ga n. gap 1176 egdaash eg.daash n. mattress 1177 egi e.gi . poss. Pron., nonhuman proximate 1178 eka e.ka n. node 1179 ekaagur e.kaa.gur n. cellar 1180 ekdulash ek.du.lash [idiom]. (from <la 'park') No parking 1181 ekha e.kha vi. (from ekha (ekha-r)) hard, solid, be_ 1182 ekha e.kha vi. solid (be) 1183 ekhar e.khar adj. Hard, solid 1184 ekharad e.khar.ad v. build to last 1185 ekhuku e.khu.ku n. heap 1186 ekhurdiim e.khur.diim ptcl. yes (downward) ("I grant it") 1187 ekhus e.khus n. (from Anglic ) horse (Equus caballus) 1188 ekirishad e.ki.ri.shad . (heroic/historical name) 1189 ekke ek.ke n. pot (cooking) 1190 ekmas ek.mas . (from mas ) no (downward) ("I deny it") 1191 eknarak ek.na.rak n. (heroic/historical name) 1192 ekrimapish ek.ri.ma.pish n. monograph 1193 ekugur e.ku.gur n. calendar 1194 ekuka * e.ku.ka v. constitute (organize) 1195 ekuskhaa e.kus.khaa n. cable (thicker than wire) 1196 elaari kundiige e.laa.ri kun.dii.ge n. art collective on Asirankhagu/Vland 1197 elikhaani e.li.khaa.ni . (heroic/historical name) 1198 em khii [adverb]. maybe 1199 emaakhekash e.maa.khe.kash interj. welcome! 1200 emar e.mar cop. not less than (>=) 1201 emash e.mash vi. resonate 1202 emashek e.mash.ek n. (from emash) resonance (particular) 1203 eme em.e n. tongue (pertaining to words) 1204 emen e.men adv. me, to/for_ 1205 emesh e.mesh n:up. summer 1206 emi e.mi n. numeral 1207 emii e.mii n. music 1208 emrur -em.rur -. sorrow disguised as joy 1209 emu e.mu n. storm 1210 en en n. lord; priest(ess) (spiritual head of temple) 1211 ena e.na n. (from OHV ema '2') 2 1212 enag e.nag [adjective]. rather than 1213 enagar en.a.gar cop. not greater than (<=) 1214 enaka e.na.ka n. jump-sickness 1215 enden en.den n. winter 1216 ene en.e n. vowel 1217 eneri e.ne.ri n. (personal name, male) 1218 eneri e.ne.ri n. bread pudding 1219 eneri e.ne.ri n. (from < sen + seri) Corridor Sector (lit. ~ "star salad") 1220 eneri e.ne.ri n. (from E1ne1ri4) Bread pudding 1221 eneri e.ne.ri [astrography]. sector Corridor 1222 enerish e.ne.rish n. (surname) 1223 engar en.gar n. farmer 1224 eniirdenim e.niir.de.nim n. (from < e + jump + port) starport class E 1225 eniirim e.nii.rim n. Western Desert 1226 enkiizu en.kii.zu n. chef (designated successor) 1227 enli en.li n. (personal name, male) 1228 enma en.ma n. toy 1229 ennarmii en.nar.mii [element]. Radium (Symbol: Ra, Atomic Number: 88, TL 3). 1230 ennuug en.nuug n. guard; watchpost 1231 ennuug en.nuug n. watchpost 1232 enshe en.she n adv. how long? 1233 ensi en.si v. judge 1234 ensi en.si n. judge, magistrate; city governor, local ruler 1235 ensush en.sush vi. minty, smell_ 1236 ensush en.sush vi. smell (minty) 1237 ensusha en.su.sha . minty 1238 enushis e.nu.shis [element]. Holmium (Symbol: Ho, Atomic Number: 67, TL 3). 1239 enziiku en.zii.ku n. heir apparent; understudy; designated successor 1240 enziiku en.zii.ku n. understudy; designated successor 1241 epaar e.paar n. person 1242 epush e.push n. person 1243 era e.ra v. warp 1244 eramrur e.ram.rur [element]. Lithium (Symbol: Li, Atomic Number: 3, TL 3). 1245 erim e.rim vi. Impounded, be 1246 erime e.rim.e vt. Impound 1247 erina e.ri.na n. root 1248 erinne e.rin.ne n. insect, pollinating 1249 erka er.ka n. regiment (military) 1250 erkhash er.khash [verb intransitive]. race (through atmosphere) 1251 erkhash er.khash [verb]. skim fuel from a gas giant 1252 erkhashash er.kha.shash n. missile (atmospheric target) 1253 erru er.ru n. Communicator 1254 ersed er.sed vi. move self 1255 esag e.sag n. storeroom 1256 esdaan es.daan n. season (Vilani) 1257 esdak es.dak [verb]. strangle 1258 esdakarem es.da.ka.rem n. vestige 1259 esdakis es.da.kis [verb]. trace (follow energy signatures) 1260 esdar es.dar vi. puny, be 1261 esdir es.dir n. throttle 1262 esdur es.dur vi. short, be 1263 esdura es.du.ra adj. (from esdur) short (not tall; of little height) 1264 esh esh n. sanctuary, shrine 1265 esh esh n. shrine 1266 esh kaa esh kaa n. harmony 1267 eshar e.shar vt. come before 1268 eshdalape esh.da.la.pe n. (from < divine + messenger) angel 1269 eshka esh.ka vi. Divine 1270 eshka esh.ka n. gods (of the-) 1271 eshka ar esh.ka ar n:up. Gods' Ocean, the 1272 eshkhazem esh.kha.zem n. laser (gods' lightning) 1273 eshushandra e.shu.shan.dra n. art collection 1274 esi e.si n. stone, type of (diorite?) 1275 esindimu e.sin.di.mu n. Gateway Domain 1276 esluk es.luk n. seaweed (producing flour-like meal; surface-floater) 1277 esnanii es.na.nii n. caste (modern): researcher 1278 esnanii es.na.nii n. researchers 1279 esranur es.ra.nur [element]. Lanthanum (Symbol: La, Atomic Number: 57, TL 3). 1280 esuur e.suur n. gel 1281 ezem -e.zem n. Feast; festival 1282 ezem -e.zem n. Festival 1283 ezen -e.zen n. Feast; festival 1284 ezen -e.zen n. Festival

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1285 ga ga n. Cheese (cream) 1286 ga ga vi. more (to a larger degree) 1287 gaad gaad n. (from Anglic ) goat (animal of genus Capra) 1288 gaadiim gaa.diim [verb]. (from gaa + diim) print (on paper) 1289 gaadu ashnu sakanigam gaa.du ash.nu sa.kan.i.gam [phrase]. Dawn of the Era of Progress (lit.) 1290 gaaduk gaa.duk v. disarm 1291 gaaduup gaa.duup n. vulture (scavenger) 1292 gaakham gaa.kham [verb]. care 1293 gaakhum gaa.khum [intrans verb]. foul, be 1294 gaakkamda gaak.kam.da . ideographic script of OHV 1295 gaalade gaa.lad.e n. throat 1296 gaam gaam [verb]. ill, be 1297 gaamumlen gaa.mum.len n. medicine (substance that makes one healthy) 1298 gaan gaan v. accept (willingly receive) 1299 gaanek gaan.ek n. (from gaan) acceptance 1300 gaanek gaan.ek n. (from gaan ) receipt 1301 gaanne gaan.ne n:ip. nose 1302 gaanu gaa.nu vt. favor 1303 gaanu gaa.nu vt. like, favor, prefer 1304 gaanu gaa.nu vt. prefer 1305 gaap gaap vi. range 1306 gaarne * gaar.ne vi. (from aarne) salty, become 1307 gaarnek gaar.nek n. (from aarne) salinization 1308 gaash gaash v. sign (form) 1309 gaash gaash v. sign off on 1310 gaash gaash v. validate (with signature) 1311 gad gad n. axle 1312 gadaar ga.daar n. promise (a claim about one's future actions) 1313 gadarsisa ga.dar.si.sa n. insurance (protective contractual arrangement) 1314 gadas ga.das vi. peaceful (be) 1315 gadas ga.das vi. tranquil (be) 1316 gadas in ruuza gad.as in ruu.za [idiom]. (from < ruuza) You're welcome (formal) 1317 gaddisha gad.di.sha . (from kadisha) fleet (space) 1318 gadek ga.dek vi. painful (be) 1319 gadgid gad.gid vi. filled, be 1320 gadidanukkesh ga.di.da.nuk.kesh . artistic movement in Vland Sector, fl. 1040-1090 1321 gadirma ga.dir.ma [verb]. tell one from another 1322 gadke gad.ke n. depot (Imperial) 1323 gadkhiir gad.khiir vt. pulp, to 1324 gadpiir gad.piir v. hunt 1325 gadular ga.du.lar [verb]. forgive 1326 gaduni ga.du.ni n. eyeglasses 1327 gadur ga.dur n. pole 1328 gadus ga.dus [adverb]. almost 1329 gag gag vi. Foolish (be) 1330 gagana ga.ga.na vi. bent, be 1331 gagar -ga.gar -. pout 1332 gagishire ga.gi.shir.e [element]. Mercury (Symbol: Hg, Atomic Number: 80, TL 0). 1333 gagla gag.la vi. gigantic 1334 gagsisa gag.si.sa n. arrow 1335 gagun ga.gun n. time(s) (e.g. "do it 3 times") 1336 gaka ga.ka vt. detect 1337 gakam ga.kam vt. solve 1338 gakamek ga.kam.ek n. (from gakam) solution 1339 gakhaa ga.khaa vi. yield 1340 gakhim ga.khim n. cousin of own sex (aunts'/uncles' kids) 1341 gakhur ga.khur vt. visit s.o./sth 1342 gakkek gak.kek n. (from OHV migek) gravity 1343 gakku gak.ku vi. fall 1344 gakkur gak.kur n. fragile vessel 1345 gakuli ga.ku.li [adverb]. delicate (< fragile vessel) 1346 gakuli ga.ku.li n. (from gakul) vessel, fragile_ 1347 gal gal vi. Great, be 1348 gala ga.la n. hymn-singer 1349 gala ga.la n. journalist, newscaster 1350 gala ga.la n. labia 1351 galap ga.lap n. (from < OHV Galub < gali) Enormity 1352 galas ga.las vi. easy, be 1353 galek ga.lek n. (from Gal ) Grandeur 1354 galek ga.lek n. (from < OHV Galub < gal ) Greatness 1355 gali ga.li the letter g (hard). (from < gali) G (HARD) 1356 gali ga.li vi. (from <gal) Big 1357 galidumlar dadaga ga.li.dum.lar da.da.ga n. library (Third Imperium governmental ~; GD) 1358 galik ga.lik n. home 1359 galika ga.li.ka adj. big, large, great 1360 galika ga.li.ka [adjective]. great, large, big 1361 galika ga.li.ka adj. large 1362 galilu ga.li.lu n. king 1363 galinir ga.li.nir n. prince 1364 galir ga.lir [intrans verb]. soak 1365 galisha ga.li.sha [adverb]. at most 1366 gam gam n. leather (prepared hide) 1367 gam gam vt. stab 1368 gam gam n. (from Gamaagin) (personal name, female) 1369 gam gam [intrans verb]. sicken, become ill 1370 gama ga.ma vi. (from <gashan) alternate 1371 gamaagin ga.maa.gin n. (personal name, female) 1372 gamamam ga.mamam n:ip. hair on feet 1373 gamip ga.mip n. issue 1374 gampurankur gam.pu.ran.kur n. mine-pit 1375 gamu ga.mu n. balloon 1376 gamuga ga.mu.ga n. shoe(s) 1377 gamuumla ga.muum.la n. ticket 1378 gan gan [verb]. sort in ascending order 1379 gana ga.na interj. (from gana(m)) well! truly! 1380 gana! ga.na interj. truly! 1381 ganag ga.nag n. canvas 1382 ganam ga.nam interj. (from gana(m)) well! truly! 1383 ganek gan.ek n. (from Gan ) Growth 1384 ganek gan.ek n. (from gan ) order 1385 ganek gan.ek n. (from gan ) progression 1386 gani ga.ni n. (from Ganidiirsi) (personal name, male) 1387 ganidiirsi ga.ni.diir.si n. (personal name, male) 1388 ganiiridinim ga.nii.ri.di.nim n. (from < jump drive + port) starport (generic) 1389 ganiirii ga.nii.rii n. jump drive 1390 ganiirimagur ga.nii.ri.ma.gur n. starship 1391 ganiisha ga.nii.sha n. jumpspace 1392 ganisha ga.ni.sha n. animal (domesticated): her 1393 ganisha ga.ni.sha n. animal, domestic meat-bearing_ 1394 gankaar gan.kaar vt. dangle sth 1395 ganun ga.nun n. Granary 1396 ganun ga.nun n. storehouse; granary 1397 ganurasha ga.nu.ra.sha . (from nurasha) fleet (sea naval) 1398 ganzir gan.zir n. Eye (pit into Underworld) 1399 gar gar n:up. lake 1400 gar gar n:up. sea, lesser (lake) 1401 gar gar v. swing 1402 gara ga.ra vi. Close (not far) 1403 gara gar.a vi. near, close 1404 garam ga.ram n. tunnel 1405 garap ga.rap . (from Garib) batlike creature, a species of_ 1406 garash gar.ash adv. (from gara) nearly 1407 garasha ga.ra.sha n. brush 1408 garbu gar.bu vi. filthy, be 1409 garda gar.da vi. New (be) 1410 gardag ga.la.dag v. (from < proto-vil galdag) stop working 1411 gardaka gar.dak.a vt. (from gardak?) open, to_ 1412 garek gar.ek n. (from Gar) arc 1413 garek gar.ek n. (from gar ) oscillation 1414 garek gar.ek n. (from gar ) swing 1415 garer ga.rer v. mine (lay down explosives) 1416 garga gar.ga n. advice 1417 garge gar.ge n. (from Gar-ge?) great grandchildren/niephews 1418 garibi ga.ri.bi n. animal: batlike creature 1419 garin ga.rin vt. target sth 1420 garinek ga.rin.ek n. (from garin) targettedness 1421 gariramshemushum ga.ri.ram.she.mu.shum -?-. drunk (drunken) 1422 garmaag gar.maag [verb]. demand 1423 garmaag gar.maag [verb]. research 1424 garmad gar.mad [verb]. ruin 1425 garnam gar.nam v. split 1426 garnamek gar.na.mek n. (from Garnam) fission 1427 garnamek gar.nam.ek n. (from garnam) splitting up 1428 garu ga.ru n. far trader (A2) 1429 garumra ga.rum.ra [adjective]. culinary 1430 garush ga.rush n. ploughstrip 6-7m long 1431 garzad gar.zad n. decay 1432 gas gas vt. (from Gaz) kill (vulg.) 1433 gasak ga.sak v:aux. treat 1434 gasek gas.ek n. (from gas) badness 1435 gasek gas.ek n. (from Gas ) Killing in general 1436 gasep ga.sep n. (from gas) unpleasantness 1437 gasep ga.sep n. (from gas) wickedness 1438 gasge gas.ge n. badness (lingering) 1439 gasge gas.ge n. (from Gas ) evils 1440 gash -gash -?-. injure/injury, WOUND 1441 gash -gash n. wound 1442 gashan ga.shan v. command 1443 gashanir ga.sha.nir [verb]. recite 1444 gashda gash.da n. Wilderness; unassimilated region 1445 gashem ga.shem vi. step 1446 gashema ga.shem.a n. moon of Vland 1447 gashemishi ga.she.mi.shi [element]. Polonium (Symbol: Po, Atomic Number: 84, TL 3). 1448 gashimeku ga.shi.me.ku n. spacecraft (general term) 1449 gashimeku kaalariin ga.shime.ku kaa.la.riin idiom. vessel in distress! 1450 gashina ga.shi.na n. (personal name, unknown gender) 1451 gashkir gash.kir [intrans verb]. respond 1452 gashriirgu gash.riir.gu n. hospital 1453 gashuk gash.uk n. death 1454 gashukubi ga.shu.ku.bi n. (from gashuk + ?ubi) certain death (as in meson guns) 1455 gashukubi ga.shuk.u.bi n. (from < gashuk + ubi, “death ray”) meson guns 1456 gashushud ga.shu.shud n. stocking 1457 gasirek * ga.sir.ek n. (from < sir “the big slicing”) test 1458 gaski gas.ki n. (from Gas ) evils 1459 gasliir gas.liir vi. (from Gas ) Decaying (be) 1460 gasliir gas.liir vi. (from gas) smell (rotten/decaying) 1461 gasliir * gas.liir vi. (from gas) rotten, be/smell_;;decaying, be/smell_;;rotten (of smell) [adj.];;decaying (of smell) [adj.] 1462 gasliir * gas.liir adj. (from gas) rotten (smelling) 1463 gasu ga.su n. bone 1464 gasuk ga.suk vi. brawl 1465 gasuna ga.su.na n. fog 1466 gazeg ga.zeg vi. wild 1467 gazek ga.zek n. (from Gaz) murder 1468 gebi ge.bi vi. aware that, be 1469 gebi ge.bi [intrans verb]. conscious 1470 gebi ge.bi vi. know, realize, be aware that (object always in dependent clause intro. by /iile/) 1471 gebi ge.bi vi. realize 1472 gebiir ge.biir n. knowledge (intellectual assimilation and practical application from experience) 1473 gebinek ge.bi.nek n. (from Gebi) awareness (of something) 1474 gebinuk * ge.bi.nuk n. (from Gebi) Consciousness 1475 gem gem n. taste (sense) 1476 gemlaak gem.laak vt. expect 1477 gemmur gem.mur vi. external, be 1478 gemu ge.mu vi. taste 1479 gemu ge.mu n. taste (bad) 1480 gemunek ge.mu.nek n. (from gemu) taste (esp. faculty of) 1481 genashu ge.na.shu -?-. early 1482 genimi ge.ni.mi n. continent 1483 genishuuk ge.ni.shuuk n. capitol 1484 gepaag ge.paag vt. accuse s.o. 1485 gepaag ge.paag vt. blame 1486 ger ger [verb]. chart 1487 ger ger n. map 1488 gerek ge.rek n. (from ger) world (the known) 1489 gerunrik ge.run.rik n. Fog (light) 1490 gerunrik ge.run.rik n. mist (dense) 1491 ges ges vt. email (digital letter) 1492 gesakku ge.sak.ku n. tenderiser (kitchen utensil) 1493 gesek ges.ek n. (from Ges) Communication network 1494 gesek ges.ek n. (from ges) network (communication) 1495 gesek ges.ek n. (from ges ) postal system 1496 gesh gesh n. sibling, younger_ of own sex 1497 geshdin gesh.din n. vine, creeper, liane 1498 geshdin gesh.din n. wine 1499 geshdug gesh.dug . ear; intelligence 1500 geshdug gesh.dug n. intelligence, mind 1501 geshdug gesh.dug n. mind 1502 geshduga gesh.dug.a adj. (from geshdug) mental 1503 geshishi ge.shi.shi n. customs (& excise) 1504 geshnura gesh.nur.a n. (from news + display) newspaper 1505 geshrug gesh.rug n. news; report; new information 1506 geshruk gesh.ruk n. aroma 1507 geshruk gesh.ruk vi. good smelling 1508 geshruk gesh.ruk n. news, report, new information 1509 geshruk gesh.ruk vi. smell (good) 1510 geshruk gesh.ruk vi. sound (like) 1511 geshruk gesh.ruk . sound, smell 1512 geshruku * gesh.ruk.u n. (from geshruk) report 1513 gessek ges.sek vi. gravitic (be) 1514 gi gi vt. return, restore sth. [to s.o.] 1515 gi gi vt. restore sth. 1516 gibiid gi.biid vi. intermittent (be) 1517 gibila gi.bi.la n. idea 1518 gibila gi.bi.la vi. new 1519 gibilek gi.bi.lek n. (from Gibila) Creativity 1520 gibilek gi.bi.lek n. (from Gibila) Innovation 1521 gibilek gi.bi.lek n. (from gibila) newness 1522 gid gid [verb]. drag, tow [original]; measure [derived mg.]; manage [tertiary meaning] 1523 gid gid vi. long 1524 gid gid v. manage 1525 gid gid v. measure 1526 gid gid n. tow 1527 gidek gid.ek n. (from Gid) Deag (friction) 1528 gidek gid.ek n. (from Gid) Friction 1529 gidek gid.ek n. (from gid) length 1530 gidmagi gid.ma.gi n. (from < 'long eye') telescope 1531 gidru gid.ru n. scepter 1532 gidur gid.ur vi. (from <gid) thick (be of high viscosity) 1533 gig gig . black, dark brown (color) 1534 gig gig vi. brown, be dark_ 1535 gig gig cop. not exist 1536 giga gi.ga n. evidence 1537 gigiin gi.giin vi. bendable (be) 1538 gigiin gi.giin vi. flexible (easily able to bend) 1539 gigin arashu gi.gin a.ra.shu n. car 1540 gigir gi.gir n. vehicle; wagon, chariot 1541 gigish gi.gish [verb]. dance 1542 gigishek gi.gish.ek n. (from gigish) red-light district 1543 gigishek * gi.gish.ek n. (from Gish ) District (entertainment) 1544 gigishek * gi.gish.ek n. (from gish ) Startown 1545 giguna gi.gu.na n. Headquarters (megacorporate) 1546 giguna gi.gu.na n. palace; HQ of a megacorporation 1547 giida gii.da n. flour (grain-powder) 1548 giiga gii.ga vi. absent 1549 giiga gii.ga [intrans verb]. missing 1550 giigiruu gii.gi.ruu n. pestle 1551 giik giik v. evaluate 1552 giikhu gii.khu vi. fail 1553 giikhun gii.khun vt. remind 1554 giikhunek gii.khun.ek n. (from giikhun) reminder (situational/scheduled) 1555 giim giim vi. revolve 1556 giim giim vi. rotate 1557 giim giim vi. turn, rotate, revolve 1558 giimar gii.mar vi. planar (be) 1559 giimek giim.ek n. (from giim ) motion (circular) 1560 giimek giim.ek n. (from giim ) rotation 1561 giimek giim.ek n. (from giim ) turn 1562 giimiir gii.miir n. shore 1563 giin giin vt. Dismiss (employee) 1564 giin giin vt. fire (terminate employment) 1565 giin giin vt. sack (employee) 1566 giin giin [verb]. terminate employment 1567 giin giin n. view 1568 giinaa gii.naa vt. obey s.o., to_ 1569 giinaanek gii.naa.nek n. (from giinaa) obedience 1570 giinarra gii.nar.ra . envelope, moisture-sealing_ with window 1571 giinek giin.ek n. (from Giin) Dismissal 1572 giinek giin.ek n. (from Giin) Downsizing (corporate) 1573 giinek giin.ek n. (from Giin) Firings 1574 giingiinke giin.giin.ke n. art form (intricately detailed miniature ink-pen pictures) 1575 giingiinke giin.giin.ke n. Drawing 1576 giingiinke giin.giin.ke n. picture, kind of 1577 giiniinashe gii.niin.ash.e -?-. grill 1578 giir giir n. group 1579 giir giir v. steam (as in food) 1580 giirar gii.rar n. strainer (food preparation) 1581 giirlar giir.lar vt. promulgate 1582 giirlar giir.lar vt. spread (out), promulgate, propagate 1583 giirlar giir.lar vt. propagate 1584 giirlarek giir.lar.ek n. (from giirlar) promulgation 1585 giirlarek giir.lar.ek n. (from giirlar) propagation 1586 giirlarek giir.lar.ek n. (from giirlar) spread (begin to cover or cause X to cover more area) 1587 giishuup gii.shuup vi. expensive, be 1588 gik gik n. (from gi) result 1589 gikamarga gi.kamar.ga n. brigade (military) 1590 gikamii gi.ka.mii n. paperclip, wooden_ 1591 gikimurgur gi.ki.mur.gur [element]. Tellurium (Symbol: Te, Atomic Number: 52, TL 2). 1592 gikuur gi.kuur v. warn 1593 gikuurek gi.kuur.ek n. (from gikuur) alarm 1594 gikuurek gi.kuur.ek n. (from gikuur) warning (specific) 1595 gilaar gi.laar n. machine (device with moving parts) 1596 gilan gi.lan n. sibling, older, of own sex 1597 gili gi.li vi. hesitate 1598 giluraa gi.lu.raa n. General (military) 1599 gim gim v. fry 1600 gimar gi.mar vt. oppose sth 1601 gimele gi.me.le n. (from <anglic) camel 1602 gimgu gim.gu n. destination 1603 gimish gi.mish n:ip. many of... 1604 gimu gi.mu n:up. hour (Vilani) 1605 gimu gi.mu vi. invest 1606 gimuk gi.muk vi. groan 1607 gimuunrii gi.muun.rii n. afternoon (noon to dusk) 1608 gin gin n. coat (heavy outer garment with sleeves) 1609 gin gin vt. shoot 1610 gina gi.na [verb]. certify 1611 gina gi.na vi. drunk (slang) 1612 gina gi.na [verb]. level, be 1613 gina gi.na vi. standardize 1614 gina gi.na [intrans verb]. Certified 1615 gina gi.na vi. correct 1616 gina gi.na vi. true 1617 ginaa gi.naa n. cruiser, light 1618 ginan gi.nan . (heroic/historical name) 1619 ginanek gi.na.nek n. (from Gina) Certification system 1620 ginanek gi.na.nek n. (from gina) standardization system 1621 ginanek gi.na.nek n. (from gina) standards 1622 ginasush gi.na.sush n. tuber, dark green carrotlike_ 1623 ginasush gi.na.sush n. vegetable/tuber: carrotlik 1624 ginduur gin.duur n. great-great grandmother/aunt 1625 ginek gi.nek n. (from gi ) restoration 1626 ginek gi.nek n. (from gi ) returning 1627 ginii gi.nii n. ship 1628 giniilikaar gi.nii.li.kaar n. shipyard 1629 ginim gi.nim vt. inspect 1630 ginir gi.nir vi. resign 1631 ginkhu gin.khu n. butterfly 1632 ginshi gin.shi n. handle (part of tool by which it is held) 1633 ginum gi.num vi. obvious (be) 1634 ginur gi.nur . eyelash 1635 gipar gi.par n. residence (of high priest in temple) 1636 gipuk gi.puk n. maize (plant/seeds of sp. Zea mays) 1637 gir gir n. bone 1638 gir gir vt. (from girma) see sth/so., to_ 1639 gir gir n. (from gir ) sight (sense) 1640 gir gir n. (from gir) vision (sense) 1641 giraakha gi.raa.kha vi. lazy think; shortsighted 1642 giradish gi.ra.dish n. video (art/entertainment type) 1643 giranme gi.ran.me n. mortar (for food preparation) 1644 girar gi.rar -?-. grip 1645 girar gi.rar vi. lonely (be) 1646 girara gi.ra.ra [adjective]. (from girar) lonely (feeling undesirable solitude) 1647 girarka gi.rar.ka n. paperclip, lockable_ 1648 girbi gir.bi n. vase, type of_ 1649 girgi gir.gi n. winkle (long-term low berth inhabitant) 1650 giri gi.ri vi. kneel 1651 giri gi.ri n. nose 1652 girii gi.rii [intrans verb]. mess, be a 1653 girim gi.rim n. fruit, berry 1654 girin gi.rin n. fruit, berry 1655 girinbaga n. oathbreaker (as a traitor); outcast; disfellowshipped one; etc 1656 girkhar gir.khar vi. accurate 1657 girma gir.ma [verb]. sort in descending order 1658 girmanek gir.ma.nek n. (from Girma) Entropy 1659 girpuuk gir.puuk v. differentiate 1660 girra gir.ra n. camera 1661 girshungala gir.shun.ga.la v. (from Giri-shu-nagala) greet and entreat 1662 girshungalek gir.shun.ga.lek n. (from < OHV Girshungal) Entreaty 1663 girshungalek gir.shun.ga.lek n. (from girshungala) mission (diplomatic) 1664 giruma gi.ru.ma n. coil 1665 girunii gi.ru.nii conj. according to 1666 girunii gi.ru.nii conj. accordance with, in 1667 girunii gi.ru.nii . as per 1668 girunii gi.ru.nii conj. in accordance with 1669 girur gi.rur vi. fragile (be) 1670 girur gi.rur vi. agreement, be in 1671 girurek gi.rur.ek n. (from Girur) harmony (particular) 1672 girurek * gi.rur.ek n. (from Girur) agreement 1673 girushad gi.rush.ad n. (from *girush) harmony (pleasing combination of stimuli) 1674 girzi gir.zi n. path, route 1675 girzi gir.zi n. route 1676 gis gis [verb]. bake, heat (nonfood objects) 1677 gis gis vt. Heat (nonfood) 1678 gis gis n. wood, tree 1679 gis gis vt. (from gis (I)) prod 1680 gisa -gi.sa -?-. lasting 1681 gisa -gi.sa -?-. lasting value (have) 1682 gisadi gi.sa.di n. army 1683 gisash gi.sash vt. admit 1684 gisek gis.ek n. (from Gis ) ability, culinary 1685 gisek gis.ek n. (from Gis ) baking 1686 gisek gis.ek n. (from Gis ) Cookery 1687 gish gish [intrans verb]. argue, be_ing 1688 gish gish [verb]. dance 1689 gish gish vi. step (take a) 1690 gish gish n. tree 1691 gish gish n. wood (the substance) 1692 gisham gi.sham n. boat 1693 gisham gi.sham n. pot (cooking) 1694 gishdag gish.dag v. offer 1695 gishek gish.ek n. (from gish ) argument 1696 gishek gish.ek n. (from Gish) Conflict (specific) 1697 gishek gish.ek n. (from Gish ) Disagreement (informal) 1698 gishek gish.ek n. (from Gish ) Disharmony 1699 gishi gi.shi vi. absent 1700 gishig gi.shig vt. await 1701 gishim gi.shim n. interest (desire to pay attention to something) 1702 gishire gi.shir.e [intrans verb]. trade along a jump-1 main 1703 gishkhur gish.khur v. design; make drawing; cultic rule or ordinance 1704 gishkhur gish.khur v. make (drawing) 1705 gishkhur gish.khur n. ordinance (ritual) 1706 gishkhur gish.khur n. rule (cultic) 1707 gishkhurek gish.khur.ek n. (from Gishkur) ability to plan or design 1708 gishkhurek * gish.khur.ek n. (from Gishkhur) aesthetic 1709 gishkhurep * gish.khu.rep n. (from gishkhur => gishkhureb) sense (aesthetic) 1710 gishkigdi gish.kig.di n. craftsman 1711 gishnu gish.nu n. bed 1712 gishusha gi.shu.sha n. title (e.g. of a document) 1713 gisiin gi.siin vt. read sth. 1714 gisiinek gi.siin.ek n. (from gisiin) literacy 1715 gisunru gi.sun.ru n. mist 1716 gisuruu gi.su.ruu n. shirt 1717 gizesh gi.zesh vi. fail to hit/reach/see etc. 1718 gizi gi.zi n. reeds, rushes 1719 gizi gi.zi n. rushes 1720 gu gu v. eat; consume; drink;;hold fief in usufruct 1721 gu gu n. wire 1722 gu gu [verb]. consume 1723 gu gu v. Drink 1724 gu gu vi. Hold fief 1725 gubar gu.bar vi. friendly, be_ 1726 gubek gu.bek n. (from < OHV Gub ) Immobility 1727 gubi gu.bi vi. (from Daalap) still, be 1728 guddap * gud.dap vi. (from Guddab) insist 1729 gude gu.de [verb]. call; name 1730 gude gud.e vt. name 1731 gudenep gu.de.nep n. (from gude) naming system 1732 gudenep gu.de.nep n. (from gude) nomenclature 1733 gudripa gud.ri.pa n. Game (ruled sport) 1734 gudripa gud.ri.pa n. sport 1735 gudug gu.dug n. (from gudadag) priest, type of_ 1736 gudumak * gu.dumak [verb]. distinguish 1737 guga gu.ga n. girl (unattached but mature) 1738 gugaa gu.gaa n. (from guga) Miss 1739 gugish gu.gish vi. occur 1740 gukarri gu.kar.ri n. collar 1741 gukhaar gu.khaar vt. block 1742 gukhaash gu.khaash [verb]. violent, be 1743 gukhulu gu.khu.lu v. debt, be in (< to plant one's destruction) 1744 gukhur gu.khur vi. viscous (be) 1745 gukisrug gu.kis.rug n. beard 1746 gulam gu.lam n. foe, rival, nemesis 1747 gulir gu.lir v. scout, survey 1748 gulugirlem gu.lu.gir.lem n. prison (white collar) 1749 gum gum vi. brown, be 1750 gum gum [verb]. depart, to 1751 gum gum [verb]. sort [by type (non-ordered)] 1752 guma gu.ma [intrans verb]. departed 1753 gumak * gu.mak [verb]. distinct 1754 gumakash * gu.mak.ash n. distinction 1755 gumam gu.mam vi. least (the smallest quantity of) 1756 gumeg gu.meg vt. dislike s.o. 1757 gumek gum.ek n. (from gum) segregation 1758 gumek gu.mek n. (from gum) separation (into like groups) 1759 gumiirash gu.miir.ash n. finger 1760 gumir gu.mir . pan (cooking) 1761 gumuzaak gu.mu.zaak vt. across, be on the other side of 1762 gumuzkek gu.muz.kek n. (from gumuzaak) across, the other side 1763 gundengar gun.den.gar v. mine (excavate raw material) 1764 gunduli gun.du.li v. guard 1765 gundush gun.dush [verb]. consist 1766 gunduur gun.duur vi. (from < gunduurik) steady, be 1767 gunek gu.nek n. (from Gu ) Consumption 1768 gunek gu.nek n. (from Gu ) Expenditures (money, etc) 1769 gunek gu.nek n. (from Gu ) Intake (of resources) 1770 gunek gu.nek n. (from gu ) use (of resources) 1771 gunep gu.nep n. mind 1772 gunika gu.ni.ka n. cuisine 1773 gunika mase gu.ni.ka mas.e n. aperitif;;beer, hot_ 1774 gunika mase gu.ni.ka mas.e n. Beer (hot) 1775 gunika mase gu.ni.ka mas.e n. wine (brand) 1776 gunin gu.nin [verb]. reward 1777 gunnar gun.nar vi. inconsistent, be 1778 gup gup vi. (from < OHV Gub ) stand 1779 gup gup vt. (from < OHV Gub ) stand sth. 1780 gupek gup.ek n. (from gup) stillness 1781 gur gur [adverb]. agitate 1782 gur gur vi. (from gur (II)) round, be_ 1783 gur gur [verb]. shake 1784 gur gur vi. (from gur (I)) sink 1785 gur gur vt. (from gub) plant sth 1786 gur gur vi. quake 1787 guradurzaam gu.ra.dur.zaam n. quality 1788 guraka gu.ra.ka n. spine 1789 guram gu.ram -?-. launch 1790 guramki gu.ram.ki n. Child (another's) 1791 gurashiim gu.ra.shiim n. award 1792 gurazi gu.ra.zi [adjective]. cool 1793 gure gur.e conj. so that 1794 gurek gur.ek n. (from < OHV Gurub < gur) circle 1795 gurek gur.ek n. (from < OHV Gugub < gur) Circularity 1796 gurek gu.rek vi. (from < OHV gurib) poor 1797 gurek gur.ek n. (from gur ) stability 1798 gureka gu.re.ka vi. (from gurek) cheap 1799 gurga gur.ga n. artistic experiment 1800 gurga gur.ga n. experiment, artistic 1801 gurgiish gur.giish vi. tame (be) 1802 guri gu.ri n. enemy 1803 gurilaa gu.ri.laa [verb]. exhibit 1804 gurkala gur.ka.la n. year (of Vland) 1805 gurnumun gur.nu.mun n. (from seed + child) fetus (foetus) 1806 gursha gur.sha n. elders 1807 gurshiikha gur.shii.kha n. contra-grav 1808 gurukar gu.ru.kar n. adult, young man; recruit 1809 guruki gu.ru.ki [element]. Bromine (Symbol: Br, Atomic Number: 35, TL 3). 1810 gurun gu.run n. fruit, berry 1811 gurur gu.rur vi. ethical, be (practical) 1812 gurush gu.rush n. adult 1813 gurush gu.rush n. recruit 1814 gurush gu.rush n. young adult 1815 gusa gu.sa n. trial (in court) 1816 gusaa gu.saa n. (from < throne) altar 1817 gusan gu.san [verb]. sense (to perceive a given kind of stimuli) 1818 guser gu.ser n. chest (upper front of torso) 1819 gushaap gu.shaap vi. (from < guddap + shish) assert 1820 gushemege gu.she.meg.e n. (from < OHV gu + shemeg + e) Passageway 1821 gushgus gush.gus . Empty Quarter sector 1822 gushgus gush.gus [astrography]. sector Empty Quarter 1823 gushii gu.shii -?-. Chaos 1824 gushii gu.shii -?-. Chaotic 1825 gushii -gu.shii . unordered 1826 gushiimukim gu.shii.mu.kim n. music, chaos_ 1827 gushin gu.shin adj. yesterday 1828 gusiid gu.siid vi. fascinating, be 1829 gusim gu.sim n. wall 1830 gusimshu gu.sim.shu n. desk 1831 gusnishan gus.ni.shan n. morning (dawn to noon) 1832 guu guu vi. red, be_ 1833 guud guud n. weed 1834 guukham guu.kham vt. above, be 1835 guulam guu.lam vi. modest (be) 1836 guum guum vi. wink 1837 guun guun vi. hard, be 1838 guur guur vi. starchy (be) 1839 guur guur vi. taste starchy 1840 guurek guur.ek n. (from guur) starchiness 1841 guurek guur.ek n. (from guur) starchy taste 1842 guusimka guu.sim.ka n. Red Clock, The_ 1843 guuze guuz.e adv. thereupon 1844 guza gu.za n. chair 1845 guza gu.za n. throne 1846 guzala gu.za.la v. Coronate 1847 guzala gu.za.la n. coronation 1848 guzula gu.zu.la vi. official (be) 1849 guzula gu.zu.la n. official, type of_ (throne-supporter) 1850 guzulaazimmaguraggigigidebaasepgakka . ton (being-official cargo-ship-volume revised-measurement-unit)

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1851 i I [adjective]. all (the whole number or entire sum of)(people) 1852 i i n. desert (sandy) 1853 i i the letter i. I 1854 ib ib n. chemical salt 1855 ibi i.bi [element]. NaCl (chemical) 1856 ibi i.bi n. salt (chemical) 1857 ibi i.bi n. smoke 1858 id id n. channel 1859 id id n. Fat 1860 id id n. oil (organic) 1861 id id n. river 1862 id id n. watercourse 1863 idbar id.bar n. juice (raw, animal, edible) 1864 idbar id.bar n. milk 1865 idda id.da n. oil (massage_) 1866 idek i.dek [verb aux]. cause (induce something to be/happen) 1867 idek i.dek [verb]. untie 1868 idgaar id.gaar n. tile 1869 idgish id.gish n. cream 1870 idiikha i.dii.kha adj. stellar density: rift 1871 idish i.dish vt. confuse s.o. 1872 idkek id.kek n. (from idek) cause (specific) 1873 idlar id.lar vi. (from id ) obese 1874 idnii id.nii v. desire 1875 idnii id.nii v. will 1876 idnii id.nii v. wish for something 1877 idnun id.nun n. butter 1878 idsha id.sha n. cheese 1879 idshap id.shap n. (from < OHV idshib) priest, type of_ 1880 idshirmi id.shir.mi vi. hint 1881 idu i.du n. theory 1882 idug i.dug vi. contrary, be 1883 ig ig [verb]. Comprise 1884 ig ig [verb]. consist of, is defined as, comprise 1885 ig ig v. Defined as 1886 ig ig n. Door (panel) 1887 ig ig . is defined as 1888 iga i.ga [conjunction]. also 1889 iga i.ga conj. and then 1890 iga i.ga conj. then (and) 1891 iga i.ga prep. too 1892 iga i.ga n. account (retelling of events) 1893 igadushda i.ga.dush.da n. (surname) 1894 igag i.gag cop. like, be_ 1895 igag i.gag cop. similar (be) 1896 igan i.gan n. white sauce 1897 igash i.gash vi. put out (fire) 1898 igdakhuur ig.da.khuur n. (surname) 1899 igdi ig.di vi. look 1900 iggudalu ig.gu.da.lu . (heroic/historical name) 1901 igi i.gi [adverb]. again 1902 igi i.gi -?-. Eye; glance 1903 igi -i.gi -. Glance 1904 igi igshuurke i.gi ig.shuur.ke idiom. once upon a time 1905 igibar i.gi.bar vt. look at 1906 igii i.gii n. fairy (sentient creature of faerie) 1907 igiinzu i.giin.zu conj. as if 1908 igimesh i.gi.mesh n. program 1909 igingar i.gin.gar [verb]. appear before s.o. 1910 iginudu i.gi.nu.du n. Helper 1911 iginudu i.gi.nu.du n. (from igi-nu-du) worker, unskilled; helper 1912 igir i.gir v. explain 1913 igish i.gish vt. admire 1914 igizibar i.gi.zi.bar vt. choose; legitimate, to_ 1915 igizibar i.gi.zi.bar v. legitimize 1916 igkadigar ig.ka.di.gar . platoon 1917 igsiirdi ig.siir.di n:up. ruling council of nobles/CEOs of First Imperium 1918 iguk i.guk v. utter 1919 iguku i.gu.ku [element]. Silver (Symbol: Ag, Atomic Number: 47, TL 0). 1920 iiberukaa n. death (slow, unstoppable, evil, inevitable) 1921 iidir ii.dir n. guitar (stringed instrument played with the fingers) 1922 iidush ii.dush vi. Blow (of wind) 1923 iidushek ii.dush.ek n. (from Iidush) Flow (gaseous) 1924 iidushek ii.dush.ek n. (from iidush) weather (atmospheric) 1925 iig iig n. child of own sex (younger ones) 1926 iigiinaadukiluun vi. inedible (hyperallergenic) 1927 iigiirshi ii.giir.shi n. (from iigiir-shi (iig-iir-shi ?)) great-great-great grandmother/aunt 1928 iikga iik.ga n. administrator 1929 iikhar ii.khar vt. return sth. [to someone] 1930 iikhuukhe ii.khuukh.e n. God 1931 iiksharik iik.sha.rik [element]. Barium (Symbol: Ba, Atomic Number: 56, TL 3). 1932 iiku -ii.ku . Up 1933 iikunliig ii.kun.liig n. feat of discretion and diligence 1934 iikush ii.kush n. (personal name, female) 1935 iile iil.e conj. that (intro content knowledge/belief clause) 1936 iimar ii.mar vi. north 1937 iimu ii.mu n. ability to make choices 1938 iimu ii.mu vt. choose, select, opt for 1939 iimu ii.mu . opt 1940 iimu ii.mu vt. select 1941 iin -iin . Exclamation-equivalent (verbal suffix) 1942 iinaak ii.naak n. bucket 1943 iinag ii.nag n. jacket 1944 iinakir ii.na.kir [element]. Cobalt (Symbol: Co, Atomic Number: 27, TL 2). 1945 iiniirka ii.niir.ka n. security 1946 iinkhu iin.khu n. pillow 1947 iipaan ii.paan vi. slow-moving 1948 iipaan ii.paan vi. sluggish 1949 iipdali iip.da.li n. effort 1950 iir iir [intrans verb]. combined, joined, be_ 1951 iir iir vi. Joined (be) 1952 iira ii.ra . gun 1953 iirba iir.ba [intrans verb]. dignified, be 1954 iirdiin iir.diin n. land, territory, expanse (undefined; not as a unit) 1955 iirdiin iir.diin n. territory 1956 iirgi iir.gi adj. military forces, field 1957 iiri ii.ri . plant, a type bearing irregularly shaped yellow fruit, pips of which are a foodstuff 1958 iirii ii.rii n. cord 1959 iirik ii.rik n. army (military) 1960 iirimu ii.ri.mu [element]. Carbon (Symbol: C, Atomic Number: 6, TL 0). 1961 iirukhi ii.rukh.i n. rite 1962 iirukhi ii.rukh.i n. ritual 1963 iirupiim ii.ru.piim n. (from < circular wind) tornado 1964 iirur ii.rur ptcl. like that 1965 iirur ii.rur ptcl. such as 1966 iisdushek iis.dush.ek n. (from Iidush) Circulation (air) 1967 iisesshi li.ses.shi . (heroic/historical name) 1968 iisha ii.sha n. energy 1969 iishakku ii.shak.ku n. baron 1970 iishakku ii.shak.ku n. noble baron 1971 iishakku nek ii.shak.ku nek n. baronet 1972 iishnuur iish.nuur n. chimney 1973 iishuk ii.shuk n. compromise 1974 iishulum ii.shu.lum n. great grandmother/aunt 1975 iishush ii.shush n. bean (coffee/cocoa analogoue) 1976 iishush ii.shush n. Chicory (Vilani) 1977 iishush ii.shush n. foodstuff: coffee/cocoa-l 1978 iishush ii.shush n. tea (root) 1979 iishuu ii.shuu adv. immediately 1980 ika i.ka n. particle 1981 ikan i.kan [adjective]. certain 1982 ikan i.kan vi. occur (fairly certainly/regularly) 1983 ikan i.kan vi. probable, be 1984 ikanasu i.ka.na.su n. danger (situation in which harm is probable) 1985 ikanasules! i.ka.na.su.les idiom. look out! 1986 ikashuushdakha i.ka.shuush.da.kha n. army base 1987 ikaze i.ka.ze . (heroic/historical name) 1988 ike ik.e vi. green, be_ 1989 ikhaag i.khaag n. nest 1990 ikhu i.khu n. grape (plant/fruit of genus Vitis) 1991 ikhu i.khu n. pen (writing tool that uses ink) 1992 ikiimgu i.kiim.gu n. Shuttle 1993 ikin -i.kin . plant 1994 ikis i.kis [verb]. smooth, be 1995 ikkan ik.kan n. command 1996 ikshargis ik.shar.gis n. carpenter, woodworker 1997 ikshargis ik.shar.gis n. woodworker 1998 ikshi is.shi v. operate (<work) 1999 ikshi ik.shi vt. work (on sth.) 2000 ikshinek ik.shi.nek n. (from ikshi) operation 2001 ikun i.kun n. perception (sense: of electromagnetic fields) 2002 ikurir i.ku.rir vi. earnest, be 2003 ikush i.kush n. cement 2004 il il vt. Bring 2005 ila i.la vt. (from Il ) Endure 2006 ila i.la n. target 2007 iladuka i.la.du.ka -?-. armor (unit/service) 2008 iladuka i.la.du.ka -?-. cavalry (military unit/service); armor (military unit/service) 2009 ilaku i.la.ku n. (from Ila-ku) animal, small burrowing furred_ of Vland 2010 ilan i.lan [intrans verb]. devoted to work (on behalf of superiors), be_ 2011 ilire i.lir.e [verb]. does not cause X to be Y 2012 ilis i.lis n. (from Iliz) usual 2013 iluga i.lu.ga vi. at a later time, be 2014 ilumsuu i.lum.suu [verb]. exhaust 2015 im im n. clay 2016 im im n. loam 2017 imar i.mar adv. here (in/to this place) 2018 imara i.ma.ra [element]. Lead (Symbol: Pb, Atomic Number: 82, TL 0). 2019 imare i.ma.re n. can (tin; metal container) 2020 imare i.mar.e . tin (can) 2021 imarush i.ma.rush n. nephew/niece of opposite sex 2022 imdugud im.du.gud n. bird, large, dangerous, fierce tree-nesting_ 2023 ime i.me n. man 2024 imgisuk im.gi.suk n. ancestors 2025 imi i.mi n. berry (small pulpy fruit) 2026 imin i.min n. drop (of liquid) 2027 imkhuu im.khuu n. equilibrium 2028 imkigila im.ki.gi.la . (heroic/historical name) 2029 imlu, isaak im.lu n. (historical name) 2030 imluu im.luu n. rear 2031 immagurdinnim im.ma.gur.din.nim n. spaceport [F:high quality] 2032 immilag im.mi.lag vi. exact, be 2033 imsiig im.siig n:ip. Hair (ears) 2034 imsiig im.siig n:ip. moustache 2035 imun i.mun vi. asleep, be 2036 imun i.mun vi. sleep, asleep (be) 2037 in in conj. and 2038 inaapazaad i.naa.pa.zaad n. recipe manuscript, ancient V. 2039 inan i.nan n. bell 2040 inda in.da n. fruit, berry 2041 indaak in.daak vt. Locate 2042 indaakek in.daak.ek n. (from indaak) position (location relative to others) 2043 inesh i.nesh adv. (from nesh) now 2044 ini i.ni n. skin (human) 2045 inigir i.ni.gir [element]. Tin (white) (Symbol: Sn, Atomic Number: 50, TL 0). 2046 iniika ii.nii.ka n. Reason (line of argument) 2047 inim i.nim n. Decree 2048 inim i.nim n. statement 2049 inim i.nim n. word 2050 inimaseg i.ni.ma.seg v. imagine 2051 inkesi in.ke.si n. source, wellspring 2052 inki in.ki vi. strong, robust 2053 inkida in.ki.da [verb]. stable, be 2054 inkidar in.ki.dar n. stability 2055 innagalad in.na.ga.lad n. spade 2056 inrak in.rak [intrans verb]. taboo 2057 insa in.sa n. desk 2058 insa in.sa n. table, writing; desk 2059 ipla ip.la n. sheet (thin rectangle of paper/cloth/etc.) 2060 ipushashangaa i.pu.sha.shan.gaa n. Heritage Foundation 2061 ir ir n. fragrance; perfume 2062 ir ir n. oil 2063 ir ir n. perfume 2064 ir ir n. river, canal; watercourse 2065 ir ir n. (from Id) Canal (specifically for water) 2066 ir ir n. watercourse 2067 ira i.ra n. jade (the tough green gemstone) 2068 iragre i.rag.re the element nitrogen (symbol: n; atomic number: 7; tl 2).. Nitrogen (Symbol: N; Atomic Number: 7; TL 2). 2069 irashar i.ra.shar n. (from watercourse-direct) hose 2070 irda ir.da vt. lock (target) 2071 irge ir.ge [intrans verb]. Common (have in) 2072 irge ir.ge vi. share, have in common 2073 irgek ir.gek n. (from irge) sharing (of features) 2074 irgenek ir.ge.nek n. (from Irge) Homology 2075 irgenum ir.ge.num n. (from Irge) Commonality 2076 irger ir.ger v. dispute 2077 irgimke ir.gim.ke interj. behold! 2078 irgimke nikgashugi sugagim magi (angi) dum. ir.gim.ke nik.ga.shugi su.gagim ma.gi (an.gi) dum. [idiom]. idiom "To kill two(three) birds with one stone" (literally: Behold, the messenger returns with two(three) documents) 2079 iri i.ri n. city 2080 iri i.ri n. district 2081 iriga i.ri.ga adj. stellar density: scattered 2082 irii i.rii n. night 2083 iriila i.rii.la n. miracle 2084 iriishun i.rii.shun n. topic of discussion 2085 irin i.rin n. cloth 2086 iripesh i.ri.pesh n. cotton (plant/fibers of genus Gossypium) 2087 irish i.rish n. chair, swivel_ 2088 irka ir.ka n. gut(s) 2089 irka ir.ka vt. torment s.o. 2090 irka ir.ka vt. (from Ilka) torture 2091 irkhamarzali ir.kha.mar.za.li n. lyre 2092 irkhamarzali ir.kha.mar.za.li n. musical instrument (antique); "lyre" 2093 irlash ir.lash vi. discharged, be 2094 irlim ir.lim n. minority 2095 irlum ir.lum n. folk 2096 irshibii ir.shi.bii n. priest, type of_ 2097 irshim ir.shim n. religious libations or lus 2098 irshusshi ir.shus.shi n. luck 2099 irsush ir.sush vi. belong, to 2100 iru i.ru [copular verb]. it is 2101 irukka i.ruk.ka n. moon of Vland 2102 irup i.rup n:up. wind (atmospheric) 2103 iruur i.ruur v. Hypothesize 2104 iruur i.ruur v. imagine, speculate, hypothesize 2105 irza ir.za n. segment (a part somehow different/separate) 2106 irzar ir.zar n. river 2107 irzar siigiizuni ir.zar sii.gii.zu.ni n:up. River of Heroes 2108 isakag i.sa.kag vi. affable 2109 isazii i.sa.zii n:ip. superiority ? 2110 ise is.e n. light (visible electro-magnetic radiation) 2111 isha i.sha n. chemical (substance made by or used in chemistry) 2112 ishagir i.shag.ir n. image 2113 ishakir i.shak.ir n. (from ishagir) idol 2114 isham i.sham n. hemp 2115 isham i.sham ptcl, conj. than 2116 ishbaad ish.baad . rarely, infrequently 2117 ishbar ish.bar n. Weaver (<Sum) 2118 ishdim ish.dim n. garrison 2119 ishem i.shem vi. patient (be) 2120 isher i.sher n. military 2121 ishim i.shim vi. Hidden 2122 ishim i.shim vi. screened, be 2123 ishim i.shim vi. shadowed, hidden, screened, obscured, to be_ 2124 ishim i.shim vi. Obscured (be) 2125 ishimek i.shim.ek n. (from ishim) obscuration 2126 ishimkarun i.shim.ka.run n:up. Emperor (of First Imperium or Restored Ziru Sirkaa) 2127 ishimkhid i.shim.khid n. shadow-bureau (nonexistent) 2128 ishir i.shir n. gourd (plant/hard-rinded fruit of genera Lagenaria & Cucurbita) 2129 ishisher i.shi.sher n. lord 2130 ishkisha ish.ki.sha [verb]. cooperate 2131 ishkishar ish.ki.shar n. cooperation 2132 ishshu ish.shu n. patrol cruiser (T) 2133 ishsigsi ish.sig.si [element]. Erbium (Symbol: Er, Atomic Number: 68, TL 3). 2134 ishug i.shug v. use up 2135 ishuggi i.shug.gi n. (personal name, male) 2136 ishum i.shum n. awareness (sense: life force/auras) 2137 ishuma i.shu.ma -?-. bottle 2138 ishuuna i.shuu.na n. quarter-day 2139 isshur is.shur n. nail (fingernail) 2140 izi i.zi n. fire 2141 izik i.zik n. ore 2142 izila i.zi.la v. purify with fire 2143 izim -i.zim n. Feast; festival 2144 izim -i.zim n. Festival 2145 izin -i.zin n. Feast; festival 2146 izin -i.zin n. Festival 2147 izirk i.zir.k n. jump drive 2148 izugum i.zu.gum n. bee (member of genus Apis)

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2149 ka ka n. gate 2150 ka ka n. mouth 2151 ka Ka . No (informal, short) 2152 ka ka vt. transport (freight) 2153 kaad -kaad -?-. Interactive 2154 kaadgiradish kaad.gi.ra.dish n. video, interactive (art/entertainment genre) 2155 kaadmukim kaad.mu.kim n. music, interactive_ 2156 kaakhag kaa.khag vi. suffer 2157 kaakmu kaak.mu n. valley 2158 kaalar kaa.lar [intrans verb]. Distress (be in) 2159 kaam kaam vt. order s.o./s.th. 2160 kaankaa kaan.kaa vi. (from < OHV Kaankaal) tremble 2161 kaankek kaan.kek n. (from kaankaa) vibration 2162 kaanukir kaa.nuk.ir n. freighter 2163 kaanuur kaa.nuur n. (from < right + angle) rectangle 2164 kaar kaar vt. chew 2165 kaar kaar vi. correct 2166 kaar kaar [verb]. dazzle 2167 kaar kaar n. good; correct, right; thorough; fit, suitable 2168 kaar kaar vi. hostile 2169 kaar kaar n. Fit (suitable) 2170 kaar kaar n. right (correct) 2171 kaar kaar n. suitable thing 2172 kaar kaar n. thorough 2173 kaarar kaa.rar n:ip. enemy 2174 kaararran kaa.rar.ran n:ip. hair, underarm_ 2175 kaarek kaar.ek vi. (from kaar) correction 2176 kaarek kaa.rek n. (from < OHV Kaareb) door 2177 kaargi kaar.gi vi. (from Kaar ) Fit (suitable) 2178 kaargi kaar.gi vi. (from Kaar ) good; correct, right; thorough; fit, suitable 2179 kaargi kaar.gi adj. (from kaar) right (correct) 2180 kaargi kaar.gi adj. suitable 2181 kaargi * kaar.gi adj. (from kaar) thorough 2182 kaari kaa.ri n. Faction (political) 2183 kaari kaa.ri n. party (political) 2184 kaari kaa.ri n. society (voluntary) 2185 kaari kaa.ri n. club (association) 2186 kaarig kaa.rig n. condition 2187 kaarisa kaa.ri.sa [element]. Sulfur (Symbol: S, Atomic Number: 16, TL 0). 2188 kaarka kaar.ka n. 100 2189 kaarka kaar.ka [numeral]. hundred 2190 kaarkas -kaar.kas [numeral]. Hexa- 2191 kaarkid kaar.kid [numeral]. Centi- 2192 kaarshir kaar.shir n. union (trade/labor, official) 2193 kaarurme kaa.rur.me n. barrel 2194 kaasha -kaa.sha -. sentence (linguistic) 2195 kaashaishem v. wait (on one's master) 2196 kaashlag kaash.lag [verb]. wait (for) 2197 kaashu kaa.shu vi. hazardous, be 2198 kabak ka.bak v. purpose 2199 kadaar ka.daar n. tent 2200 kadap ka.dap n. neck 2201 kaddushaggur kad.du.shag.gur -?-. God's Own Hammer 2202 kadesh ka.desh . (heroic/historical name) 2203 kadid ka.did vi. perky (be) 2204 kadida ka.did.a adj. (from kadid) perky 2205 kadigar ka.digar . squad (military) 2206 kadisha ka.di.sha . (from squad + space) squadron (space) 2207 kag kag vi. arrive 2208 kag kag vi. (from enter) board 2209 kag kag [verb]. come in 2210 kag kag v. enter 2211 kag kag n. statement 2212 kagaadka ka.gaad.ka n. entrance 2213 kagaam ka.gaam n. country 2214 kagarpir ka.gar.pir n. article (unit) 2215 kagek kag.ek n. (from Kag) appearance (occurrence) 2216 kagek kag.ek n. (from Kag) arrival 2217 kagep * ka.gep n. (from kag ) phenomenon 2218 kager ka.ger n. fan (device to create air current) 2219 kagim ka.gim vi. future, be in/of_;; occur, happen, come 2220 kagim ka.gim vi. happen 2221 kagim ka.gim vi. occur 2222 kagimek ka.gim.ek n. (from Kagim) future (the) 2223 kagum ka.gum vt. brush 2224 kagun ka.gun v. mend 2225 kaguud ka.guud [verb]. dress in 2226 kaguud ka.guud [verb]. dress in, put on (clothing) 2227 kaguud ka.guud vt. put on (clothing) 2228 kak kak [verb]. roast 2229 kak kak v. (from Kak-kak) tap (rattle, rap) 2230 kak kak v. Knock 2231 kakaamlumdii ka.kaam.lum.dii n. rhythm 2232 kakakema ka.ka.ke.ma [element]. Strontium (Symbol: Sr, Atomic Number: 38, TL 3). 2233 kakanuma ka.kanu.ma [element]. Chlorine (Symbol: Cl, Atomic Number: 17, TL 2). 2234 kakek kak.ek n. (from kak ) percussion 2235 kakguud kak.guud [verb]. dress in, wear (clothing) 2236 kakguud kak.guud vt. (from Ka-kaguud) wear, dress in (clothing) 2237 kakiiniir ka.kii.niir . kumiss, fermented milk 2238 kakiiniir ka.kii.niir n. milk wine 2239 kakiiniir ka.kii.niir n. wine (brand) 2240 kakilagi ka.ki.la.gi . (heroic/historical name) 2241 kakimin ka.kim.in n. cure 2242 kakkak kak.kak v. rap (rattle) 2243 kakkak kak.kak v. rattle 2244 kakkek kak.kek n. (from kak ) percussion 2245 kakkek kak.kek n. (from kak ) vibration (percussive) 2246 kakna kak.na vi. (from wear-stone) ornate (be) 2247 kaknek kak.nek n. (from kakna) ornament 2248 kakug ka.kug vi. purple, be_ 2249 kakuga ka.kug.a adj. (from kakug) purple 2250 kalaag lim ka.laag lim n. recruiting skill 2251 kaladurra ka.la.dur.ra n. robot 2252 kalag ka.lag vi. mighty, be_ 2253 kalagek ka.lag.ek n. (from kalag) might 2254 kalagek ka.lag.ek n. (from kalag) power 2255 kalagek ka.lag.ek n. (from kalag) strength 2256 kalagur ka.la.gur n. moon of Vland 2257 kalagur ka.la.gur n. moon of Vland 2258 kalak ka.lak n. city 2259 kalak ka.lak n. town 2260 kalak ka.lak n. urban area; city, town 2261 kalam ka.lam n. home 2262 kalam ka.lam n. Homeland 2263 kalam ka.lam n. land, homeland, home 2264 kalan ka.lan vt. (from Lannik) honor respectfully 2265 kalem ka.lem vi. alkaline 2266 kali ka.li vi. female 2267 kalur ka.lur vi. displeasing, be 2268 kam kam [verb]. catalog(ue) 2269 kam kam n. committee (group appointed to do a task) 2270 kam kam -?-. (from < 'catalogued') drunk (be) 2271 kam kam v. overturn; change 2272 kama ka.ma n. meteor 2273 kamek kam.ek n. (from kam) catalog(ue) 2274 kamek kam.ek n. (from Kam) Change (radical) 2275 kamek kam.ek n. (from kam ) revolution 2276 kamek kam.ek n. (from kam) upheaval 2277 kameka admegulasha gashimekin n. History's Catalog of Starships (KAG) 2278 kameka nek gashimeku n. Secret "catalog of starships" (KNG) 2279 kameka sishekarek gashimekin . Traders' Guild's Catalog of Starships (KSG) 2280 kamid ka.mid vi. accustomed, become 2281 kamisha -ka.mi.sha . fission 2282 kamishgiirmu ka.mish.giir.mu n. animal, large herbivorous insectile_, produces edible fluid 2283 kamlus kam.lus [verb]. describe 2284 kamnam kam.nam n:up. ocean 2285 kamniirdanim kam.niir.da.nim n. (from < kam + jump + port) starport class C 2286 kamrirge kam.rir.ge . = 2287 kamrirge kam.rir.ge n. beer, slow_ 2288 kamsaru kam.sa.ru n. list 2289 kamsiki kam.si.ki n. lexicon 2290 kamulakuudash ka.mu.la.kuu.dash vi. misjump 2291 kamush ka.mush vt. hoard sth 2292 kan kan v. inquire; ask * 2293 kana ka.na n. fork (dining) 2294 kana ka.na [verb]. much, be 2295 kanasha ka.na.sha [element]. Boron (Symbol: B, Atomic Number: 5, TL 3). 2296 kanep kan.ep vi. zealous (be) 2297 kanii ka.nii n. earth (terra firma contrasted with sea and heaven) 2298 kanii ka.nii n. land 2299 kanii ka.nii n. soil 2300 kanii ka.nii n. terrain 2301 kaniidur ka.nii.dur n. (from < kanii + dur) acre (vilani) 2302 kaniiru ka.nii.ru n. Fur 2303 kaniiru ka.nii.ru n. hair, fur (on body) 2304 kaniis ka.niis n. air 2305 kaniisum ka.niis.um v. comb (< to sort hair) 2306 kaniizu ka.nii.zu n. (from “fur-tooth”) Vargr 2307 kanka kan.ka . pan (cooking) 2308 kankhu kan.khu . Viscount 2309 kankurur kan.ku.rur n. bird, very large trainable_ of prey, native to Vland 2310 kankurur kan.ku.rur n. very large trainable bird 2311 kanpek kan.pek n. (from kanep) zeal (specific) 2312 kanuni ka.nu.ni [element]. Neon (Symbol: Ne, Atomic Number: 10, TL 3). 2313 kap kap n. palm (of hand) 2314 kapak ka.pak n. skull 2315 kapshegari kap.she.gar.i n. (from < kap + shegar) splinter 2316 kar kar n. 10 2317 kar kar n. quay, pier; marketplace 2318 kar kar [numeral]. ten 2319 kar kar n. ten 2320 kar kar n. marketplace 2321 kar kar n. pier 2322 kar-angi kar-an.gi n. 13 2323 kar-daga kar-da.ga n. 10000 2324 kar-daga kar-da.ga n. ten thousand 2325 kar-dakir kar-da.kir n. 14 2326 kar-di kar-di n. 15 2327 kar-di-dakir kar-di-da.kir n. 19 2328 kar-di-la kar-di-la n. 16 2329 kar-di-ma kar-di-ma n. 17 2330 kar-diingi kar-diin.gi n. 18 2331 kar-ena kar-e.na n. 12 2332 kar-la kar-la n. 11 2333 kar-ma kar-ma n. 12 2334 kara ka.ra n:ip. laborer, slave, indentured servant 2335 kara ka.ra n:ip. servant (indentured) 2336 kara ka.ra n:ip. slave 2337 karaa ka.raa n. tax 2338 karak kar.ak v. (from < OHV kar 'trade' + -ak) trade 2339 karak bilanidin n. Trade Vilani (khal) 2340 karakhim ka.ra.khim n. trade nexus 2341 kardami kar.da.mi n. room 2342 kargim kar.gim v. concede 2343 kargurkula kar.gur.ku.la n. (from Kar-gurkula) decade (of years) 2344 kari ka.ri n:ip. leg 2345 kari ka.ris vi. mature (be) 2346 karid ka.rid n. (surname) 2347 karid ka.rid [numeral]. Deci- 2348 karidiinge ka.ridiin.ge n. (from < leg + 8) arachnid 2349 karii ka.rii n. Eyebrows (unibrow) 2350 karik ka.rik n. garden 2351 karis ka.ris vt. absorb 2352 karkem kar.kem vt. stress sth 2353 karkemek kar.kem.ek n. (from karkem) stress (specific) 2354 karkiirim kar.kii.rim n. tuber, producing clumps of small round brown roots 2355 karkiirim kar.kii.rim n. vegetable/tuber: produces ns of which is used as foo 2356 karkur kar.kur vi. pray (communicate with god(s)) 2357 karkurek kar.kur.ek n. (from karkur) prayer (instance) 2358 karrigashu, eneri kar.ri.ga.shu . (historical name) Naasirka designer of the original Rashud model robot. 2359 karug ka.rug n. herb / seasoning 2360 karuk ka.ruk vi. behind 2361 karun ka.run n:up. emperor 2362 karun ka.run the letter k. K 2363 karun ka.run n. king 2364 karun ka.run n. lord 2365 karun ka.run n:up. president; director 2366 karun ka.run n. chief 2367 karunek ka.run.ek n. (from Karun) Hegemony, moral 2368 karunek ka.run.ek n. (from Karun) leadership (moral) 2369 karunek ka.run.ek n. (from karun) power (moral) 2370 karunii ka.ru.nii n. caste (traditional): ruler 2371 karunii ka.ru.nii n. Emperors 2372 karunii ka.ru.nii n. presidents 2373 karunnu ka.run.nu n. regent 2374 kas kas [copular verb]. be (intransitive predicative copula) 2375 kas kas [numeral]. Deka- 2376 kas kas n. Beer (generic) 2377 kasama ka.sa.ma n. precipice 2378 kasgig kas.gig n. beer, black_ (strong, dark, usu. sweet) 2379 kasha ka.sha n. planet 2380 kashaan * ka.shaan n. burden 2381 kashash ka.shash n. organ (of body) 2382 kashdila kash.di.la vi. (from Kashdil) ethereal (of smell) 2383 kashdila kash.di.la vi. vaporous (smell) 2384 kasher ka.sher vi. backward (in reverse order) 2385 kashi ka.shi . pan (cooking) 2386 kashlid kash.lid vi. (from kashdil) piercing (smell) 2387 kasii ka.sii n. cask 2388 kassakla kas.sak.la n. pub 2389 kassig kas.sig n. beer, fast_ (greenish-yellow, quick-fermenting) 2390 kedilik ke.di.lik n. (from kedil) wall (inside; of room) 2391 kedu ke.du n. colleague 2392 kekhun ke.khun vt. circuit, make a ~ around 2393 kekin ke.kin vt. offend s.o. 2394 kekish ke.kish [verb]. serve (provide service to) 2395 kekishek ke.kish.ek n. (from kekish) service (provided) 2396 kekishi ke.ki.shi n. tray (shallow rectangular dish) 2397 keku ke.ku n. clay 2398 keku ke.ku n. drill 2399 kelam ke.lam n. title (noble) 2400 kelamen ke.la.men n. (from kelam-en) titulature, noble or honorific 2401 kelan ke.lan v. prevent (keep from happening) 2402 kelar ke.lar n. (personal name, unknown gender) 2403 kelu ke.lu n. resources 2404 kemaa ke.maa vi. radishy, burning, taste_ 2405 kemaa ke.maa vi. taste (radishy/burning) 2406 kemaa ke.maa vi. Burning taste 2407 kemaaka ke.maa.ka adj. (from kemaa) radishy/burning 2408 kemaanek ke.maa.nek n. (from Kemaa) Burning (taste) 2409 kemaanek ke.maa.nek n. (from Kemaa) Burningness (of flavor) 2410 kemak ke.mak v. (from < comfort + heat) warm 2411 kemarii ke.ma.rii n. sifter (for food) 2412 kena ke.na vi. feel 2413 kena ke.na vi. Good (to eat) 2414 kena ke.na vi. taste (good) 2415 kena ke.na vi. tasty (be) 2416 kenanek ke.na.nek n. (from Kena) comfort (freedom from pain and/or worry) 2417 kenanek ke.na.nek n. (from < OHV Kenanub <kena) Ease (of life) 2418 kenanek ke.na.nek n. (from kena) well-being 2419 kenur ke.nur [verb]. sad, be 2420 kepir ke.pir vi. universal (be) 2421 kepnaar kep.naar [intrans verb]. camphoraceous, smell_; resinous, smell_ 2422 kepnaar kep.naar vi. (from kepnaar) resinous (smell) 2423 kepnaar kep.naar adj. (from kepnaar) smell (resinous/camphorous) 2424 kepnaar kep.naar vi. smell (resinous/camphorous) 2425 ker ker v. Correspond (to social station) 2426 ker ker vt. sew (clothing) 2427 ker ker v. suitable (socially) 2428 kera ke.ra [adverb]. there (at/to that place) 2429 kera ke.ra n:up. yesterday 2430 keradir ke.rad.ir n. Eve 2431 keradir ke.radir n. Evening before 2432 kerdak ker.dak vt. (from < ker + dak) worship 2433 kerek ker.ek vi. (from Ker ) appropriate, be (socially) 2434 kerek ke.rek n. (from Ker) Harmony of social status 2435 kerek ker.ek n. (from ker ) suitability (social) 2436 keridem ke.ri.dem n. (from < Anglic) carrot (plant/root of sp. Daucus carota sativus) 2437 kerime ke.rim.e n. (from walls + roof) edifice (structure with walls and roof) 2438 kerre ker.re vt. sew (repair) 2439 kersiim ker.siim n. strainer (food preparation) 2440 kesekam ke.se.kam n. seaweed 2441 keshanu ke.sha.nu n. form (bureaucratic) 2442 keshe kesh.e vi. live 2443 keshed ke.shed vt. bind 2444 keshed ke.shed v. fasten 2445 keshed ke.shed v. tie 2446 keshi ke.shi n. public 2447 keshmenga kesh.men.ga [element]. Iridium (Symbol: Ir, Atomic Number: 77, TL 3). 2448 kha kha [verb]. let 2449 khaakaalade khaa.kaa.la.de n. chocolate 2450 khaakhi khaa.khi n. coffee (plant/seeds of sp. Coffea arabica) 2451 khaakiip khaa.kiip vi. territorial (be) 2452 khaalap khaa.lap n. (from Khaalab) flock, group, herd (esp. of birds or flying things) 2453 khaalap khaa.lap n. (from < OHV Khaalab) Group (birds/fliers) 2454 khaalap khaa.lap n. Herd (esp fliers) 2455 khaam khaam vt. border, to 2456 khaanunun khaa.nu.nun n. rain (torrential) 2457 khaara khaa.ra [verb]. roll (move like a ball/cylinder by turning over and over) 2458 khaarega khaa.re.ga n:ip. hair on top of head 2459 khaarsid khaar.sid vi. tarry 2460 khaash khaash v. hate 2461 khaashnek khaash.nek n. (from Khaash) hatred 2462 khaashuruza khaa.shur.u.za vi. hot 2463 khad khad vi. dry, be_ 2464 khadaam kha.daam v. differ 2465 khadaap kha.daap vi. dismal, be 2466 khadame kha.dam.e n. (from Dam ) lever 2467 khadar kha.dar n. fact (undisputed datum) 2468 khaddinim khad.di.nim n. Drydock 2469 khaddu khad.du vi. thick, be 2470 khadek khad.ek n. (from Khad) aridity 2471 khadek khad.ek n. (from Khad) Dryness 2472 khadem kha.dem vi. broken 2473 khadem kha.dem vi. permanent (be) 2474 khadema kha.dem.a adj. (from khadem) permanent 2475 khadema kha.dem.a adj. (from khadem) perpetual 2476 khadin kha.din vi. light (of little weight) 2477 khadir kha.dir n. drum (hollow musical instrument beaten with sticks or hands) 2478 khadrum khad.rum n. intelligence, mind 2479 khadush kha.dush vi. gloomy, be 2480 khag khag vi. magnetic (be) 2481 khagaar kha.gaar . (heroic/historical name) 2482 khagaar, ashi kha.gaar n. (from < hagarr) (heroic/historical name) 2483 khagar kha.gar vi. appropriate, be (harmoniously) 2484 khagek khag.ek n. (from khag) magnet 2485 khagim kha.gim vi. privileged (be) 2486 khakega kha.ke.ga . (heroic/historical name) 2487 khaker kha.ker vt. jab so 2488 khakhu kha.khu v. confirm 2489 khakhunek kha.khu.nek n. (from khakhu) confirmation 2490 khaku kha.ku n. lizard 2491 khakunasum kha.ku.na.sum n. cinderblock 2492 khala kha.la n. lot (assigned) 2493 khala kha.la n. portion, lot (assigned_) 2494 khalup kha.lup n. tree, willow-like_ 2495 khamker kham.ker v. fraud (be) 2496 khamuddum kha.mud.dum n. grandfather/great-uncle 2497 khamur, arkika kha.mur . (historical name) Duped SPT member. 2498 khamuudi kha.muu.di [verb]. bandage, to 2499 khan khan v. over-act 2500 khaniimi kha.nii.mi n. linear measure of 4.25m (5 edapu) 2501 khanim kha.nim v. reload 2502 khar khar [verb]. allow 2503 khar khar vi. happy, glad (at something) 2504 khar khar v. permit 2505 khar khar v. search 2506 khar khar vi. Glad about something, be 2507 kharar kha.rar vi. exterior, be 2508 kharba khar.ba vi. hungry, be 2509 kharbaam khar.baam vi. furious, be 2510 khare kha.re conj. about 2511 khare khar.e conj. regarding 2512 kharek khar.ek n. (from Khar ) Gladness 2513 kharek kha.rek n. (from Khar ) Happiness 2514 kharek khar.ek n. (from < OHV Kharub < khar) Joy 2515 kharek khar.ek n. (from khar) permit 2516 kharer kha.rer n. rope 2517 kharig kha.rig vi. tense (be) 2518 kharigek kha.rig.ek n. (from kharig) tension (specific) 2519 kharkuma khar.ku.ma [adjective]. cold 2520 kharna khar.na n. suitcase; trunk 2521 kharna khar.na n. trunk; suitcase 2522 kharshi khar.shi n. water, hot_ 2523 khas khas [verb]. depend on 2524 khasekane khas.ek.a.ne n. barbarian 2525 khash khash [verb]. dream 2526 khash khash [verb]. viscera 2527 khashar kha.shar vi. lame, be 2528 khashek khash.ek n. (from < OHV Khashub) dream 2529 khashiin kha.shiin n. mineral 2530 khashur kha.shur n. forest 2531 khashur kha.shur n. orchard 2532 khashur kha.shur . plantation, orchard, forest, grove 2533 khasi kha.si n. process 2534 khasliim khas.liim . battalion (military) 2535 khazig kha.zig v. paralyze 2536 khed khed vt. recognize s.o. 2537 khed khed vt. see someone (known) 2538 khedu khe.du -?-. decoration 2539 kheger khe.ger vt. Disobey 2540 kheger khe.ger [verb]. dissent 2541 kheger khe.ger v. rebel 2542 kheger khe.ger v. refuse (orders/directions); revolt, rebel, disobey 2543 kheger khe.ger v. revolt (rebel) 2544 khekiik khe.kiik v. calculate 2545 khem khem v. report 2546 khema khe.ma n. home 2547 khemgik khem.gik n. (personal name, unknown gender) 2548 khemka khem.ka n. heartache 2549 khendak khen.dak n. trench 2550 khengar khen.gar -?-. (from Khengal) abundance 2551 khengar -khen.gar -?-. (from < proto-vil Khengal) overflow; abundance 2552 khere kher.e vt. examine 2553 kheru masi khe.ru ma.si [idiom]. mercenary ticket of dubious value 2554 kheshlaar khesh.laar vi. likely (be) 2555 khi khi n. ash 2556 khiba khi.ba vi. terrible (be) 2557 khibek khi.bek n. (from khiba) terribleness 2558 khid khid n. (from < compartment) Bureau (component of government) 2559 khid khid n. compartment 2560 khida khi.da n. fraction 2561 khidak khi.dak n. bay (open space on a ship) 2562 khigikha khi.gi.kha . plays (theatrical), short, silent, interactive; traditional 2563 khii khii cop. exist 2564 khii khii . lo, behold, hereinat 2565 khii khii [adjective]. present (existing in the indicated place; contra-absent) 2566 khii khii vi. sit 2567 khiidig khii.dig v. laud 2568 khiig khiig [verb]. Come out 2569 khiig khiig vi. exit 2570 khiig khiig vi. Go out 2571 khiikaan khii.kaan vt. convince s.o. 2572 khiinaar khii.naar vi. vertical (be) 2573 khiinek khii.nek n. (from khii) stability (structural) 2574 khiinek khii.nek n. (from khii) stillness 2575 khiinu khii.nu [verb]. cushion (< sit + rest) 2576 khiir khiir vt. complete, to 2577 khiirgura khiir.gu.ra n. farm 2578 khiisag khii.sag [verb]. (from Khii + sag) compliment 2579 khiisheka khii.shek.a n. (from shek) pizza 2580 khikhushe khi.khush.e vi. infrared 2581 khikilu khi.ki.lu vi. leap 2582 khili khi.li [verb]. attract 2583 khili khi.li [intrans verb]. be attractive 2584 khili khi.li n:ip. headdress, wig 2585 khili khi.li n:ip. wig 2586 khilinek khi.li.nek n. (from Khili) attractiveness 2587 khim khim v. hire 2588 khim khim cop. not be 2589 khima khi.ma . pond 2590 khimare khi.mar.e n:ip. hair on 'digits' 2591 khimeshriir * khi.mesh.riir n. supervisor 2592 khimgir khim.gir vi. coarse 2593 khimnir khim.nir n. surface 2594 khimshiirin khim.shii.rin adj. evening 2595 khin khin v. request 2596 khinan khi.nan n. cake 2597 khinik khi.nik vi. polite (be) 2598 khinruu khin.ruu vi. late, be consistently 2599 khinu khi.nu n. cliff 2600 khinum khi.num vi. behave 2601 khir khir [intrans verb]. rip 2602 khiram khi.ram vt. reprimand s.o. 2603 khiramesh khi.ra.mesh vi. next 2604 khirarii khi.ra.rii vt. exclude s.o./s.th. 2605 khirariin * khi.ra.riin n. (from < OHV Khirariinub <khirarii) Exclusion 2606 khiriga khi.ri.ga n. pot (cooking) 2607 khirkhakhii khir.kha.khii v. prohibit 2608 khisaa khi.saa n. book (elite) 2609 khisakruri khi.sak.ru.ri [element]. Dysprosium (Symbol: Dy, Atomic Number: 66, TL 3). 2610 khisdelikur khis.de.li.kur n. shipyard (associated with a starport) 2611 khish khish vi. arrive (at appointment) 2612 khish khish vi. Get together 2613 khish khish vi. meet, arrive at appointment, get together 2614 khisha khi.sha vt. bite 2615 khisha khi.sha n. puddle 2616 khishaara khi.shaa.ra n. rain ('spitting') 2617 khishuk khi.shuk vi. last, be; final, be 2618 khishukhar khi.shu.khar [adverb]. at last 2619 khishukhar khi.shu.khar adv. finally, in the end, at last 2620 khu khu n. flaw, fault, error 2621 khu khu n. error 2622 khu khu n. Fault 2623 khud khud vt. meet someone 2624 khudaag khu.daag vi. unconscious 2625 khudak khu.dak vi. fanatical, be 2626 khudashu khu.da.shu n. (from khud + kashu) atmosphere, insidious 2627 khudek khud.ek n. (from < OHV Khudub < khud) encounter 2628 khudek khud.ek n. (from khud) meeting 2629 khudgig khud.gig v. conceal 2630 khudu khu.du n. spirit, soul (non-Vilani) 2631 khudug khu.dug vt. fend off 2632 khudugir khu.du.gir vt. knock out 2633 khugash khu.gash vi. happen 2634 khugi khu.gi n. (personal name, male) 2635 khugilii khu.gi.lii n. (from shugilii) chef (understudy) 2636 khugiliinag n. jacket, khugilii's 2637 khugir khu.gir vt. amaze 2638 khugsha khug.sha n. event 2639 khuguun khu.guun vt. annul 2640 khuka khu.ka n. mine (stealthed explosive) 2641 khukisra khu.kis.ra n. rain (overnight) 2642 khulaar khu.laar n. noise (confused/randomized sound/stimuli) 2643 khulam khu.lam vi. think novel/untried/dangerous ideas 2644 khular khu.lar v. flow (travel in a current) 2645 khuli khu.li vt. scar 2646 khulu -khu.lu vt. destroy; ruin 2647 khulu -khu.lu -. ruin 2648 khum khum v. act (drama, theater) 2649 khumaaki khu.maa.ki n:up. thunder 2650 khumagush khu.mag.ush n. drizzle 2651 khumakiir khu.ma.kiir n. pore 2652 khumakirri khu.ma.kir.ri [element]. Phosphorous (Symbol: P, Atomic Number: 15, TL 2). 2653 khumash khu.mash . player (dramatic; actor) 2654 khumash * khum.ash n. (from Khum) actor, player 2655 khumbar * khum.bar . labyrinth 2656 khume khum.e n. flavor 2657 khume khum.e n. torus 2658 khun khun . joke 2659 khundar khun.dar n. hoof 2660 khupduu khup.duu vi. guilty 2661 khur khur n. Knoll 2662 khur khur n. peak; knoll; promontory 2663 khur khur n. sibling, younger_ of opposite sex 2664 khur khur n. promontory 2665 khura khu.ra vi. bitter, be_/taste_ 2666 khurer khu.rer vi. familiar, be 2667 khurii khu.rii vt. harass 2668 khurikrar khu.rik.rar n. rain (evening) 2669 khurisi khu.ri.si n. track 2670 khuriz khu.riz vi. (from khurizig) ache 2671 khurizig khu.ri.zig n. pain 2672 khursag khur.sag n. arcology 2673 khursag khur.sag n. macrostructure 2674 khusam khu.sam vi. compulsory 2675 khush khush [verb]. apply (sth.) 2676 khush khush n. expedition 2677 khush khush vi. orange (be bright) 2678 khush khush vt. process (food; as in entire process of preparing food) 2679 khush khush vi. red, be bright_; orange, be bright_; terrifying [secondary?] 2680 khush khush vi. terrifying (be) 2681 khush khush [verb]. doubt 2682 khushek khush.ek n. (from Khush) Food processing 2683 khushek khush.ek n. (from khush) orangeness 2684 khushii, urshaam khu.shii . (from <ursheam) (historical name) 2685 khushiishshum khu.shiish.shum n. dialect, slang 2686 khushiishshum khu.shiish.shum n. slang 2687 khushukhar khu.shu.khar adv. In the end 2688 khusu khu.su n. mace 2689 khuudba khuud.ba n. (from <anglic) football (American/tackle f~) 2690 khuukarun khuu.kar.un n. monsoon season 2691 khuukarun khuu.ka.run n. rainy season (monsoon) 2692 khuukarun khuu.ka.run n. season (rainy, monsoon) 2693 khuula khuu.la v. ask for 2694 khuula khuu.la v. drain 2695 khuulam khuu.lam v. aid; help 2696 khuulam khuu.lam v. help 2697 khuulek khuu.lek n. (from khuula) drain (device that removes unwanted liquid) 2698 khuulir khuu.lir v. question 2699 khuup khuup v. deceive 2700 khuur khuur vi. angry 2701 khuurgag khuur.gag vi. disgusted, be 2702 khuushmin khuush.min . noble family owning an asteroid belt system in Vland. 2703 ki ki n. place 2704 ki ki pn:rel. where 2705 kibarad ki.ba.rad [title]. Archduke 2706 kibarad ki.ba.rad n. lord (archduke) 2707 kibigi ki.bi.gi vt. restore 2708 kibigi ki.bi.gi vt. return to place 2709 kibukhaa ki.bu.khaa n. sibling, twin_ 2710 kibukhaa ki.bu.khaa n. twin (sibling) 2711 kid kid vi. great (of topography?) 2712 kidarneri ki.dar.ne.ri n. (personal name, unknown gender) 2713 kidash ki.dash n. month (Vilani) 2714 kidek kid.ek n. (from kid) magnitude (size) 2715 kidiir ki.diir vt. exceed 2716 kidis ki.dis v. transmit 2717 kidus ki.dus vi. taut (be) 2718 kidush * ki.dush n. (from Dush) dwelling 2719 kiduunuuzii ki.duu.nuu.zii n. knight 2720 kig kig vi. escape 2721 kig kig vi. flee 2722 kiga kig.a vt. come from 2723 kigash ki.gash vt. shave sth 2724 kigii ki.gii n. temperature (relative amount of heat present) 2725 kigilu ki.gi.lu vi. age (become older) 2726 kiguki ki.gu.ki n. Concourse (of starport) 2727 kigun ki.gun [intrans verb]. Cease 2728 kigun ki.gun [intrans verb]. Disappear 2729 kigun ki.gun vi. quit, cease; vanish, disappear 2730 kigun ki.gun vi. vanish 2731 kii kii vi. grin 2732 kii kii v. (from kii (L)) proportional, be inversely_ 2733 kiik kiik v. divide (mult. objects) 2734 kiikakan kii.ka.kan n. spoon 2735 kiikas kii.kas vi. disadvantaged, be 2736 kiiken kii.ken vt. polish sth 2737 kiilii kii.lii adj. (from kiilii) sweet 2738 kiilii kii.lii vi. sweet (be) 2739 kiiliinek kii.lii.nek n. (from kiilii) sweetness 2740 kiimen kii.men vi. useful (be) 2741 kiimuu kii.muu n. vegetable, edible green-leafed_ 2742 kiimuu kii.muu n. vegetable: green leaved_; n 2743 kiin kiin v. climb 2744 kiinga kiin.ga vi. love, be in_ 2745 kiingaa kiin.gaa n. lover (unofficial) 2746 kiinganek kiin.ga.nek n. (from kiinga) love 2747 kiir kiir v. organize 2748 kiir kiir v. (from organize) arrange 2749 kiirar kii.rar n. (from kiir) organization 2750 kiireg kii.reg vi. willing (be) 2751 kiirek kiir.ek n. (from kiir) systematicity 2752 kiirimgan kii.rim.gan n. avalanche 2753 kiirmimlek kiir.mim.lek n. system (star ~) 2754 kiirnak kiir.nak vt. choke 2755 kiish kiish v. go 2756 kiish kiish v. (from Ki-kiish, kiish-kiish) wave 2757 kiishkar kiish.kar vt. (from < go + return sth) fetch (go to X and bring it back) 2758 kiishmu kiish.mu n. Naval base 2759 kiishmu kiish.mu n. navy (space navy) 2760 kiishmurii kiish.mu.rii n. naval personnel (space navy) 2761 kik kik v. process (data) 2762 kika ki.ka adj. small 2763 kika- ki.ka- [adjective]. little (small) 2764 kikamesekhi n. scholar, lesser, record keeper 2765 kikasha ki.ka.sha [adverb]. at least 2766 kikasha ki.ka.sha n. (from kasha) planetoid 2767 kikher ki.kher n. middle of the night (midnight to dawn) 2768 kikhida ki.khi.da n:up. infinity 2769 kiki ki.ki n. pass, mountain_ 2770 kikig ki.kig vi. (from ki-kig) fleeing, continue_; to keep on running away 2771 kikiim ki.kiim n:ip. hair on the back 2772 kikiinu ki.kii.nu n. bureaucrat 2773 kikir ki.kir vt. (from Small+sell) Rent 2774 kilibi ki.li.bi n. (from kilib) totality, whole 2775 kilim ki.lim [verb]. comprehend 2776 kilip ki.lip n. (from kilib) whole 2777 kilir ki.lir vi. away from, be 2778 kilur ki.lur [verb]. attest 2779 kilur ki.lur vt. seal 2780 kilur ki.lur vt. stamp 2781 kilur ki.lur vt. prove 2782 kilurek ki.lur.ek n. (from Kilur) attestation 2783 kilurek ki.lur.ek n. (from kilur) proof 2784 kilurek ki.lur.ek n. (from kilur) validation (official) 2785 kimaganshaar ki.ma.gan.shaar [element]. Fluorine (Symbol: F, Atomic Number: 9, TL 3). 2786 kimash ki.mash vi. foremost, be 2787 kimban kim.ban vi. obstinate (be) 2788 kimera ki.me.ra . eraser, rubber 2789 kimii ki.mii v. miss (target) 2790 kimned kim.ned vi. frequent, be 2791 kimned kim.ned vi. often (be) 2792 kimned kim.ned vi. predictable, reliable, be_; repeated, be_; frequent, often, be_ 2793 kimned kim.ned vi. reliable, be 2794 kimned kim.ned vi. repeated, be 2795 kimnedek kim.ned.ek n. (from kimned) predictability 2796 kimnedek kim.ned.ek n. (from kimned) reliability 2797 kimushenama n. bird, small mother; V. charitable org. 2798 kin kin [verb]. boil 2799 kingir kin.gir vi. fad, be 2800 kir kir conj. and 2801 kir kir v. steep (in liquid) 2802 kir kir conj. while 2803 kirash ki.rash n. broom 2804 kirdim kir.dim v. dispatch 2805 kireme ki.rem.e [element]. Copper (Symbol: Cu, Atomic Number: 29, TL 0). 2806 kirenmiish ki.ren.miish n:ip. hair on arm 2807 kirgash kir.gash vt. pledge sth. 2808 kirgashek kir.gash.ek n. (from kirgash) pledge (one's word of honor) 2809 kiriikii ki.rii.kii n:ip. hair growing out of nose 2810 kirkhe kir.khe vi. floral, smell_ 2811 kirkhe kir.khe adj. (from kirkhe) smell (floral) 2812 kirkhe kir.khe vi. smell (floral) 2813 kirmap kir.map vt. transcribe 2814 kirrak kir.rak n. (from Anglic ) church (building or institution of public worship) 2815 kirrunek kir.ru.nek n. Foglight 2816 kirshigaar kir.shi.gaar n. rod 2817 kirum ki.rum vi. Funny (be) 2818 kirumaa ki.ru.maa n. jar 2819 kiruri ki.ru.ri n. navel 2820 kirzaa kir.zaa n. chapter (main division of book) 2821 kis kis [verb]. play 2822 kisa ki.sa n. april 2823 kisa ki.sa n. chance 2824 kisa ki.sa vi. march 2825 kisala ki.sa.la n. courtyard 2826 kish kish vt. among, be 2827 kish kish v. slur 2828 kishaa ki.shaa . spinward, galactic space spinward of Capital "toward the rising sun" 2829 kishadikhu ki.sha.di.khu n. Windhorn sector 2830 kishi -ki.shi -?-. half 2831 kishibam ki.shi.bam n. (from Kishib) cylinder-seal 2832 kishig ki.shig [verb]. bake something 2833 kishiir ki.shiir vi. succeed 2834 kishiirar * ki.shiir.ar n. success 2835 kiship ki.ship n. (from kishib) seal, cylinder_ 2836 kishir ki.shir vi. flood, flooded 2837 kishuu ki.shuu vi. foreign (be) 2838 kisi ki.si n. surgery 2839 kisidishe ki.si.dish.e n. (from Dish) Guide (pocket) 2840 kisidishe agkadakaruna gashimekin n. TAS "Pocket Guide" to Starships 2841 kisidishe sishekarek gashimekin n. Trader's Guild "Pocket Guide" to Starships (KSG) 2842 kisii ki.sii n. amount 2843 kisii ki.sii n. lump 2844 kisii ki.sii n. mass 2845 kisii ki.sii n. quantity, amount, mass 2846 kisila * ki.si.la adj. (from kisi) surgical 2847 kiskham kis.kham v. fold sth. 2848 kisuus ki.suus vi. user-defined, be_ 2849 kisuusek ki.suus.ek n. (from Kisuus) Dynamic (interfacing) 2850 kisuusek ki.suus.ek n. (from kisuus) user-definability 2851 kizush ki.zush vt. Inform s.o. 2852 kizush ki.zush vt. tell, inform s.o. 2853 ku ku n. ant (insect of family Formicidae) 2854 ku ku n. Fish 2855 ku ku n. animals (swimming, burrowing, wriggling) 2856 ku.laar ku.laar n. motor 2857 kuba ku.ba n. glacier 2858 kud kud n. hat, cap 2859 kud kud [verb]. cap 2860 kudi ku.di n. bead 2861 kudlar kud.lar vi. horizontal (be) 2862 kudrap kud.rap n. staff (club, walking stick, jo stick) 2863 kudre kud.re vt. (from Kudr > kur) bring in; enter, let_ 2864 kudre kud.re [verb]. (from Kudr) cut, to_ 2865 kudu ku.du n. cube 2866 kuduk ku.duk n. assassin 2867 kudure * ku.dur.e n. (from dur ) lateral area 2868 kug kug vi. bright (with much light present), pure, holy 2869 kug kug vi. holy 2870 kug kug v. pull 2871 kug kug vi. pure, be 2872 kug kug vt. purify sth 2873 kuga kug.a vt. reach out to/for 2874 kugali ku.ga.li v. crush (< metal + flat) 2875 kugdim kug.dim n. silversmith 2876 kugek kug.ek n. (from Kug) Holiness 2877 kugek kug.ek n. (from kug) pressure (inwards) 2878 kugek kug.ek n. (from kug) purity 2879 kugek ku.gek n. (from kug) suction 2880 kuglukhar kug.lu.khar n. silver, refined_ 2881 kugmar kug.mar n. current (< pull + water) 2882 kugmir kug.mir vi. quiet, be 2883 kugsiig kug.siig [element]. Gold (Symbol: Au, Atomic Number: 79, TL 0). 2884 kukanu ku.ka.nu n. coal 2885 kukhiini ku.khii.ni n. habit 2886 kukir ku.kir vt. slay sth 2887 kukum ku.kum vi. leader, be a - 2888 kukumber ku.kum.ber n. (from < Anglic) cucumber (Cucumis sativus) 2889 kukumek ku.kum.ek n. (from kukum) leadership 2890 kula ku.la n. arch 2891 kula ku.la n. bow (for arrows) 2892 kula ku.la n. curve 2893 kulaar ku.laar n. engine 2894 kulash ku.lash [verb]. emit (to send out any form of matter/energy in any manner) 2895 kulash ku.lash v. hurl 2896 kulash ku.lash [verb]. throw 2897 kulir ku.lir vt. spy on 2898 kuluk ku.luk vt. pour (cause to flow) 2899 kuluu ku.luu n. (from < kula) dial (circle marked with numbers/symbols) 2900 kum kum vi. hot 2901 kum kum vt. lead s.o. 2902 kumag ku.mag [verb]. celebrate 2903 kumash ku.mash vt. edit 2904 kumek kum.ek n. (from Kum ) Heat 2905 kumena ku.me.na [verb]. compare to/with 2906 kumir ku.mir [verb]. diagnose 2907 kumug ku.mug n. asteroid 2908 kun kun v. submit in triplicate 2909 kun kun n. tail 2910 kuna ku.na [verb]. call 2911 kuna ku.na n. device 2912 kunag ku.nag [verb]. chant 2913 kunanure ku.na.nur.e [element]. Plutonium (Symbol: Pu, Atomic Number: 94, TL 5). 2914 kunaram -ku.na.ram -?-. left, left hand 2915 kunigna ku.nig.na n. animal 2916 kupar ku.par vt. obstruct sth 2917 kur kur vt. adjust 2918 kur kur [verb]. change 2919 kur kur vt. Enter (allow to) 2920 kur kur n. mountain range 2921 kur kur v. (from (kur-kur)) simmer 2922 kur kur v. ask 2923 kur kur n. land 2924 kuradagka ku.ra.dag.ka [place]. land; mountain range 2925 kuradagka ku.ra.dag.ka n. mountain range 2926 kuragan ku.ra.gan n. (a Vilani god) 2927 kurak ku.rak n. job, task 2928 kurak ku.rak n. task, job 2929 kurakasha ku.ra.ka.sha n. (from < tasker + space) task force (space) 2930 kuraku ku.ra.ku n. fist 2931 kuram ku.ram vi. around, be 2932 kuras kur.as vi. rude, be 2933 kurashgash ku.rash.gash n. apparatus 2934 kurek kur.ek n. (from Kur) Changability 2935 kurek kur.ek n. (from kur) mutability 2936 kurek kur.ek n. (from kur?) number 2937 kureri ku.re.ri n. picture (static/still) 2938 kurgara kur.ga.ra n. robot 2939 kurid * ku.rid [verb]. mug (to assault for money) 2940 kurinnik ku.run.nik n. Instinct 2941 kurir ku.rir n. paper 2942 kurish ku.rish vi. (from < kurishdam) Contrasting, be 2943 kurish ku.rish vi. (from < kurishdam) Stand out 2944 kurishdam ku.rish.dam n. illumination 2945 kurkhiig kur.khiig [verb]. exchange (<change out) 2946 kurkud kur.kud n. scissors (< paper + cut) 2947 kurmuu kur.muu n. recent (having been known for a brief time) 2948 kurpam kur.pam vi. dutiful, be 2949 kurrar kur.rar n. morale 2950 kurrik kur.rik vi. slain (be) 2951 kursii kur.sii v. identify 2952 kurukhak ku.ru.khak vt. resist s.o./sth 2953 kurukhakek ku.ru.khak.ek n. (from kurukhak) resistance 2954 kurum ku.rum [verb]. snarl 2955 kuruur ku.ruur v. crawl 2956 kush kush n. Hide (skin) 2957 kush kush cop. not be 2958 kush kush n. skin 2959 kushar ku.shar n. ritual tasting 2960 kushar ku.shar n. tasting, ritual_ 2961 kushari ku.sha.ri n. diagram 2962 kushi ku.shi n. eyebrow 2963 kushini ku.shi.ni n. rain (morning) 2964 kushraa kush.raa n. drawer (<hide + shelf) 2965 kushuggi ku.shug.gi n. Solomani rim sector 2966 kushuggi ku.shug.gi n. Solomani Rim sector 2967 kushushmi -ku.shush.mi -. (from shush?) plan 2968 kusi ku.si n. spouse (w/o children, younger than self) 2969 kusug ku.sug vt. bribe 2970 kuu kuu n. (from Anglic ) cow/bull 2971 kuu kuu n. neck 2972 kuubu kuu.bu n. ice (spaceborne) 2973 kuud kuud n. tail (of animal) 2974 kuudikur kuu.di.kur n. metal (general) 2975 kuudkir kuud.kir [verb]. tired, be 2976 kuukesh kuu.kesh n. (from < Anglic neck + tie) necktie 2977 kuukham kuu.kham n. example 2978 kuum kuum [verb]. keep 2979 kuupur kuu.pur v. moderate, to 2980 kuur kuur vi. alarmed (be) 2981 kuuru kuu.ru vi. yawn

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2982 la la n. 1 2983 la la [verb transitive]. bear, carry, support, lift 2984 la la . hold, lift, carry 2985 la la vt. lift 2986 la la vi. most, -est (superlative) 2987 la la [numeral]. one 2988 la la vi. only 2989 la la vt. tie (up/to) 2990 la la [verb]. Carry 2991 la la vi. -est (superlative) 2992 la la vt. (from <”to tie”) Park (a vehicle) 2993 la la vt. support 2994 laa laa [conj]. by reason of 2995 laa laa conj. For 2996 laa laa vt. remove, take away 2997 laa laa vt. take away 2998 laa laa [conj]. Because 2999 laabadish laa.ba.dish n. latrine 3000 laagir laa.gir n. (surname) 3001 laagsir laag.sir vi. live (in a place) 3002 laagsir laag.sir vi. native, be 3003 laagsir laag.sir vi. reside 3004 laagsir laag.sir vi. dwell 3005 laagsirek laag.si.rek n. (from Laagsir) Domesticity 3006 laagsirek laag.si.rek n. (from Laagsir) Habitation 3007 laagsirek laag.sir.ek n. (from Laagsir) localness 3008 laagsirek laag.sir.ek n. (from Laagsir) nativeness 3009 laakhi laa.khi n. broth 3010 laama laa.ma vi. yellow, be_ 3011 laamaka laa.ma.ka adj. (from laama) yellow 3012 laar laar vi. Halt chase 3013 laar laar vi. Quit pursuit 3014 laar laar vi. stop chase 3015 laash laash n. song 3016 laashki laash.ki . long (of clothing) 3017 laashu laa.shu n. chain (connected series of rings or links) 3018 laasuk laa.suk n. shield (a protective implement) 3019 labaren la.ba.ren n. grass (monocotyledonous plant of family Gramineae) 3020 lad khii idiom. probably not 3021 ladam la.dam vi. under, be 3022 ladiir la.diir vi. abstract 3023 ladran lad.ran n. Monday, Wonday 3024 ladum la.dum v. study 3025 lag lag vt. mix (food) 3026 lagaakirim la.gaa.ki.rim [element]. Manganese (Symbol: Mn, Atomic Number: 25, TL 2). 3027 lagad la.gad vi. musky, be/smell_ 3028 lagamu la.ga.mu [verb]. Confide in (with info) 3029 lagamu la.ga.mu vt. entrust with (thing), confide in (with information) 3030 lagan la.gan n. wash (dry riverbed) 3031 lagani la.ga.ni n. jump-1 main 3032 lagek lag.ek n. (from Lag ) Cuisine (fusion) 3033 lagek lag.ek n. (from Lag ) Food mixture 3034 lagi la.gi n. string 3035 laglar lag.lar vt. sack 3036 lagpa lag.pa n. sack 3037 lagura la.gu.ra n. pocket 3038 laguziin la.gu.ziin n. monster 3039 lak lak vt. (from Lakh) bring (plural objects) 3040 lak lak v. desire 3041 lak lak [intrans verb]. once, single 3042 lak lak vi ?. single, once 3043 lak lak v. want 3044 lak lak v. wish, desire, want 3045 lakadari la.ka.da.ri n. Closed Sky (ceremionial place on Vland) 3046 lakashu la.ka.shu n. (from la + kashu) atmosphere (1 standard) 3047 lakdan lak.dan n. vat or vessel for beer 3048 lakhag la.khag vi. frigid (be) 3049 lakhiir la.khiir vi. (from < la + khii) unique (be) 3050 lakhushash la.khu.shash n. footwear, shoes (in general) 3051 lakhushash la.khu.shash n. shoes 3052 laki la.ki n. (from < la(n) + ki) acme 3053 lakirii la.ki.rii n:ip. toe 3054 lali la.li n. honey, syrup 3055 lali la.li n. syrup, honey (liquid sweetener) 3056 lalug la.lug n. point, reason 3057 lam lam [verb]. conform 3058 lamaakhii la.maa.khii n. arena 3059 lamas la.mas vi. (from < OHV lamaz) beautiful, be_ 3060 lamasek la.mas.ek n. (from lamas) Beautiful, Beauty (state of being) 3061 lamii la.mii n. door (exterior) 3062 lamkasha lam.kash.a adj. normal world (by Vilani standards; conformist) 3063 lamuk la.muk v. claim 3064 lananma -la.nan.ma . large 3065 lanep * la.nep n. (from la ) unity 3066 laningan la.nin.gan n. (from la + ningan) satellite 3067 lanir la.nir vi. (from first-thing) original 3068 lankar lan.kar n. digit 3069 lankhar lan.khar vi. drift 3070 lankhisidam lan.khi.sid.am n. Daibei sector 3071 lankhisidam lan.khi.si.dam n. Daibei sector 3072 lankhisidam lan.khi.si.dam [astrography]. sector Daibei 3073 lanmaaga lan.maa.ga n. paperclip, with bit bending up in the middle so that it slides over the paper more easily 3074 lannik lan.nik vi. honorable 3075 lanuur la.nuur vi. first, be (<one) 3076 lapraak lap.raak vt. speak about something 3077 lapraakek lap.raak.ek n. (from lapraak) speaker 3078 lar lar vi. self-control (practice) 3079 laraamii la.raa.mii n. operative 3080 laramkar la.ram.kar n. Verse 3081 larar la.rar [verb]. general (shared by all members of a group) 3082 largig lar.gig [verb]. connect 3083 laris la.ris vdt. aim (to point/direct X toward Y) 3084 laris la.ris vdt. point 3085 larkhi lar.khi . Ilelish Domain 3086 larsheli lar.she.li n. knob 3087 larunum la.ru.num n. stomach (organ) 3088 lasama la.sa.ma n. linen 3089 lasdan las.dan n. vat or vessel for beer 3090 lased la.sed vt. achieve sth 3091 lasemi la.se.mi n. stalk 3092 lash lash vi. fly 3093 lasha la.sha n:up. sky 3094 lasha la.sha n. trailing, galactic space trailing Capital 3095 lashamken la.sham.ken n. grand-niece/grand-nephew (either sex) 3096 lashara la.sha.ra v. inherit 3097 lashek lash.ek n. (from Lash) Flight (ability) 3098 lashir la.shir vi. stiff, be 3099 lashirmii la.shir.mii n. vegetable, green-leafed_ 3100 lashirmii la.shir.mii n. vegetable: green leaved_; n 3101 laska las.ka vt. (from < les) believe (accept as true) 3102 lasurri la.sur.ri n. slime 3103 lazag la.zag v. protect (against decay) 3104 le Le ptcl. Yes (informal short) 3105 ledur le.dur vi. fortunate (be) 3106 lek lek v. submit a form 3107 lekane le.kan.e n. people (a people) 3108 lekin le.kin vi. melancholy, be 3109 lela le.la vi. (from ?) safe, be 3110 lemak le.mak n. essay (piece of text about one topic) 3111 lemrima lem.ri.ma . eraser on pencil end 3112 len len vi. even (on the same level) 3113 lena le.na vi. Content, be 3114 lena le.na vi. good, well, pleasant, happy, pleased, content, healthy 3115 lena le.na vi. Happy 3116 lena le.na vi. healthy, be 3117 lena le.na vi. pleasant 3118 lena le.na vi. well (good) 3119 lena le.na vi. pleased 3120 lenanek le.na.nek n. (from Lena) Goodness 3121 lenanek le.na.nek n. (from Lena) health 3122 lenanek le.na.nek n. (from lena) pleasantness 3123 lenanek le.na.nek n. (from lena) well-being 3124 lenig le.nig vi. medical, be (<health+thing) 3125 lerdid ler.did vi. exposed, be (without the usual cover) 3126 les les [verb]. consider 3127 lesam le.sam n. (from les) reason (capacity for) 3128 lesek les.ek n. (from Les) Consideration (capacity for) 3129 lesu le.su n. moment 3130 lid lid vi. assembled (be) 3131 lid lid [intrans verb]. combined, consolidated, assembled, be_ 3132 lid lid vi. Consolidated 3133 lidur li.dur vt. delight in 3134 ligduges vi. inedible (incompatible proteins) 3135 liglar lig.lar vi. ordinary (be) 3136 ligukiriir li.guki.riir n. bicarbonate 3137 ligun li.gun vt. emphasize 3138 ligzakur lig.za.kur n. mealtime 3139 lii lii . scream 3140 lii lii pn:rel. which (nonhuman) 3141 liid ashar * liid ashar n. stellar: trinary system 3142 liigagar lii.ga.gar n. mosquito (generic insectoid parasite) 3143 liigash lii.gash . corrode 3144 liiguud lii.guud vi. less (a smaller quantity of) 3145 liiguudek lii.guud.ek n. (from liiguud) less (to a smaller degree) 3146 liikam lii.kam v. bet 3147 liin liin v. post (a letter) 3148 liin liin vt. send (letter) 3149 liinur lii.nur vi. twist 3150 liipeshgen lii.pesh.gen n. freighter (ore) 3151 liir liir vi. hurt (of body) 3152 liira lii.ra . stream 3153 liirek liir.ek n. (from liir) pain 3154 liirug lii.rug vi. opposite (be) 3155 liirushu lii.rush.u n. Defender 3156 liish liish v. spit 3157 liisha lii.sha n. (from Anglic 'alicia') (personal name, female) 3158 liishaa lii.shaa n. hail 3159 likaa li.kaa n. bill 3160 likaa li.kaa n. shop 3161 likaar li.kaar vt. reserve (for later use) 3162 likaar li.kaar vt. save, store up, reserve for later use 3163 likaar li.kaar vt. store up 3164 likaarek li.kaar.ek n. (from likaar) reserves 3165 likaarek li.kaar.ek n. (from likaar) savings 3166 likaarek li.kaar.ek n. (from likaar) stores 3167 likaazii li.kaa.zii n. heat 3168 likag li.kag [verb aux]. attempt 3169 likag li.kag v:aux. try, attempt to do something 3170 likham li.kham n. accident (unintentional and unexpected event) 3171 likiirge li.kiir.ge n. great-great-great grandchildren/niephews 3172 likir li.kir vt. (from < puli + dakir) spend 3173 likshur lik.shur n. platform 3174 liku li.ku n. college 3175 lili li.li n. mood (ambient) 3176 lili li.li n. wind 3177 lili li.li n. air 3178 lili li.li n. ambience 3179 lili li.li n. Breezes 3180 lilidaake li.li.dak.e n. (from < air + defend) air defense 3181 liligir li.li.gir n. (from < air + vehicle) aircraft 3182 lilima li.li.ma n. airplane (air + ship) 3183 lilisaa li.li.saa n. (from < air + power) air force 3184 lim lim vdt. join 3185 lima li.ma adj. stellar density: sparse 3186 limadak li.mad.ak n. cut (of meat) 3187 limiir li.miir n. groove 3188 limmu lim.mu n. (from Lim-mu 'join'?) 4; quartet 3189 limran lim.ran . Thursday, Fourday 3190 lin lin vi. stand 3191 lindikir lin.di.kir n. balance 3192 linemsa li.nem.sa n. fortune (owning goods which are trading at a very high price) 3193 linkumna lin.kum.na n. weather 3194 linshu lin.shu n. characteristic 3195 linummi li.num.mi n. wine, potato_ 3196 liregi li.re.gi n. certificate 3197 lishda lish.da vaux. Breakfast-time 3198 lishda lish.da vaux. Early morning-time 3199 lishdek lish.dek n. Breakfast 3200 lishdek lish.dek n. Early morning 3201 lisheli li.she.li n. testimony 3202 lisheli li.she.li n. testament 3203 lishu li.shu the letter l. L 3204 lishuma li.shu.ma n. kettle 3205 lishun li.shun n. health 3206 lisim li.sim vt. reserve (for someome) 3207 lisimek li.sim.ek n. (from lisim) reservation 3208 lu lu v. mix, to_ 3209 lu lu n. person 3210 lu lu n. person, man; who, he who..., she who... 3211 lu lu pn:rel. who 3212 lude lu.de n. archetype 3213 ludiim lu.diim [verb]. communicate 3214 lug lug n. praise ('well done') 3215 lug lug n. tower 3216 lugaka lu.ga.ka n. worm 3217 lugar lu.gar n. king 3218 lukud lu.kud vi. different, be 3219 lukura lu.ku.ra vi. evil 3220 lulin lu.lin vi. hurry 3221 lum lum v. grind 3222 lum lum [verb]. remain 3223 lum lum [verb]. stay 3224 lumi lu.mi n. button (on a shirt etc.) 3225 lumik lu.mik vi. Critical 3226 lumik lu.mik vi. Grievous, be 3227 lumik lu.mik vi. serious, critical, grievous, be_ 3228 lumikur lu.mi.kur vi. misfortunate, be (owning goods which are trading at an exceptionally low price) 3229 lumkis lum.kis n. equitable, be 3230 lumrugu lum.ru.gu n. silk 3231 lumsar lum.sar vt. exile 3232 lumshaa, lazish lum.shaa . (from < lazeish) (historical name) 3233 lun lun v. fix, repair 3234 lun lun v. repair 3235 lunan lu.nan v. stretch, expand 3236 lunan lu.nan v. expand 3237 lunanek lu.nan.ek n. (from < OHV Lunanub <lunan) Elasticity 3238 lunanek lu.nan.ek n. (from < OHV Lunanub <lunan) Expandability 3239 lundag lun.dag v. understand 3240 lupash lu.pash [intrans verb]. simultaneous, be 3241 lur lur n. instance 3242 lur lur n. time, instance 3243 lurak lu.rak vi. object 3244 luriissha lur.ris.sha n. cruiser class (named after the elements) 3245 luriissha lu.riis.sha n:up. element 3246 lurkek lur.kek n. (from lurak) objection 3247 lurkugi lur.ku.gi n. division (military) 3248 lurzala lur.za.la n. past (the p~) 3249 lus lus vi. control 3250 lus lus v. divert 3251 lusaash lu.saash n. knife (food preperation) 3252 lusi lus.i vi. react 3253 lusine lu.sin.e . eastern 3254 luukig luu.kig vi. suffice 3255 luukiga luu.ki.ga adj. (from luukig) sufficient 3256 luukiig luu.kiig v. enough, be 3257 luuku luu.ku ?. aspect 3258 luuku luu.ku n. obstacle 3259 luumu luu.mu vi. fatty/rich (be/taste) 3260 luumu luu.mu vi. rich, fatty, be/taste_; rich, fatty (tasting) [adj.] 3261 luumu luu.mu vi. taste (rich/fatty) 3262 luumu luu.mu adj. tasting (rich/fatty) 3263 luumunek luu.mu.nek n. (from luumu) taste (rich/fatty) 3264 luurap luur.ap n. (from luur) occasion 3265 luusdim luus.dim [intrans verb]. joyful, be 3266 luusha luu.sha n. water, cold_

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3267 ma ma n. (from OHV ema '2') 2 3268 ma ma n. ship 3269 ma ma n adv. (from Me-a) where? 3270 ma ma n. Barge 3271 ma ma [conjunction]. but 3272 ma-daga ma-da.ga n. 2000 3273 ma-kar ma-kar n. 20 3274 ma-kar-di ma-kar-di n. 25 3275 maa maa [verb]. Compose (esp draft) 3276 maa maa vt. write (esp. draft) 3277 maag maag n. voice 3278 maaga maa.ga n. ink 3279 maagisi maa.gi.si n. jungle 3280 maagku maag.ku n. however 3281 maakhiriin maa.khi.riin n. vengeance 3282 maaku maa.ku vt. drop 3283 maaku maa.ku vt. drop s.th. (make/let fall) 3284 maaku maa.ku vi. fall 3285 maaku maa.ku vt. Fall (let/make) 3286 maakur maa.kur [verb]. levy taxes/fines on, to 3287 maarid maa.rid n. (personal name, female) 3288 maarna maar.na [verb]. (from Aarn) Desalinate 3289 maarne * maar.ne vi. (from aarne) salty, become less 3290 maarnek maar.nek n. (from Aarn) Desalinization 3291 maarum maa.rum n. (from OHV fire + keep) hearth 3292 maasha maa.sha v. Fill role 3293 maasha maa.sha v. function as, fill role, serve as 3294 maasha maa.sha v. serve as 3295 maazur maa.zur participle. Hereby 3296 mada ma.da n. land 3297 madak ma.dak vi. appropriate, be (morally) 3298 madar ma.dar vi. stumble 3299 madi ma.di n. cape (geographical) 3300 madlag mad.lag n. land grant 3301 madlap mad.lap n. fief, land grant 3302 madlap mad.lap n. Grant of land 3303 madlap mad.lap n. parcel 3304 madran mad.ran . Tuesday, Twoday 3305 madulash ma.du.lash n. damage [superficial] 3306 madum ma.dum [intrans verb]. deadly, be 3307 madur ma.dur [verb]. free, to 3308 madurmur -ma.dur.mur -. smell-deafness, lack of a sense of smell 3309 magar ma.gar n. fungus, dairy_ 3310 magi ma.gi n. eye 3311 magilum ma.gi.lum n. spacecraft 3312 magilum ma.gi.lum n. spacecraft, type of_ 3313 magir ma.gir n. spacecraft, type of_ 3314 magiru ma.gi.ru n. insect, pollinating 3315 magri mag.ri vt. against, be 3316 magula ma.gu.la n. freighter 3317 magula ma.gu.la n. spacecraft, type of_ 3318 magur ma.gur n. ship (cargo) 3319 magur ma.gur n. spacecraft 3320 magurzidinnim ma.gur.zi.din.nim n. spaceport [generic] 3321 mak mak vi. (from < OHV Makh) exalted, be 3322 mak mak n. pair 3323 mak mak n. twice, double, pair 3324 mak mak [intrans verb]. double, pair, twice 3325 mak mak vi. (from Makh) High (splendid) 3326 makarak ma.kar.ak n. (from karak) business 3327 makardila ma.kar.di.la n. (from < the number 26) (surname) 3328 makashu ma.ka.shu n. (from ma + kashu) atmosphere, thick 3329 makbi mak.bi vi. acute 3330 makbir mak.bir vi. (from < OHV makbil) sharp (be) 3331 makbira mak.bi.ra adj. (from makbir) sharp 3332 makbirek mak.bir.ek n. (from makbir) sharpness 3333 makena ma.ken.a vi. cry (< eye + feel) 3334 makha ma.kha n. priest, type of_ 3335 makha ma.kha vi. splendid, magnificent, high, exalted 3336 makhek ma.khek n. (from makhi) magnificence 3337 makhek ma.khek n. (from makha) splendor 3338 makhi ma.khi vi. (from < makh) lofty 3339 makhi ma.khi vi. (from < proto-vil makh ) magnificent 3340 makhir ma.khir [verb]. mangle, to 3341 makhir ma.khir vt. pity s.o. 3342 makhu ma.khu n. (from khu ) mistake (big error) 3343 makhuniim ma.khu.niim [place]. Ley sector 3344 maki ma.ki n. hill 3345 makiriime ma.ki.riim.e [element]. Argon (Symbol: Ar, Atomic Number: 18, TL 3). 3346 makisha ma.ki.sha n. gas giant 3347 makka mak.ka n. safeguard 3348 makug ma.kug n. Chart (data) 3349 makug ma.kug n. table, chart (of data) 3350 mala ma.la vt. hide sth. 3351 malak ma.lak n. (from malakh) sailor 3352 mam mam vt. lower (sth) 3353 mamaan ma.maan vi. (from man) additional (be) 3354 mamagikena ma.ma.gi.ke.na vi. (from < ma + magikena) weep 3355 mamiish ma.miish [verb]. Bond 3356 mamiish ma.miish v. Join 3357 mamiish ma.miish v. link 3358 mamiish ma.miish v. tie 3359 mammaamruu mam.maam.ruu [element]. Promethium (Symbol: Pm, Atomic Number: 61, TL 5). 3360 mamsas mam.sas . no (formal) ("nay") 3361 mamsha mam.sha n. atom 3362 mamshushe mam.shush.e n. (from amshush) colonist 3363 man man v. add (numbers) 3364 mana ma.na vt. watch sth./s.o. 3365 manaad ma.naad vi. tempted, be_ 3366 manaadek ma.naad.ek n. (from manaad) temptation 3367 manadish khurem ma.na.dish khu.rem n. Delphi sector 3368 manadish khurem ma.na.dish khu.rem n. Delphi sector 3369 manadish khurem ma.na.dish khu.rem [astrography]. sector Delphi 3370 manam ma.nam vt. delay 3371 manas ma.nas n. uncle (younger than parent) 3372 manii ma.nii n. flag 3373 manim ma.nim vi. equal, be 3374 manim ma.nim vi. (from < equal) fair, be 3375 manim man.im n. packet 3376 manira ma.ni.ra n. (from < Anglic) mandarin 3377 mannuk man.nuk v. scrap 3378 manum ma.num . second (2nd) 3379 mapur ma.pur n. Farmer (ploughman) 3380 mapur ma.pur n. ploughman 3381 mar mar v. grate (food) 3382 maraamshunash ma.raam.shu.nash [element]. Curium (Symbol: Cm, Atomic Number: 96, TL 5). 3383 maraan ma.raan vt. greet s.o. 3384 maraanash ma.raan.ash participle. greetings; hello 3385 maraash ma.raash n. day before yesterday 3386 maramam ma.ra.mam n. lid 3387 marar ma.rar n. water, fresh_ 3388 mare ma.re vi. tolerant (be) 3389 mare ma.re vt. tolerate 3390 marek ma.rek n. (from ma.re) toleration (specific) 3391 margiinak mar.gii.nak [element]. Rhodium (Symbol: Rh, Atomic Number: 45, TL 3). 3392 margu mar.gu [verb]. approve (of) 3393 marid ma.rid [verb]. remain 3394 mariinnir ma.riin.nir n. screen (display) 3395 marila ma.ri.la n. (personal name, female) 3396 marili ma.ri.li n. salt (table, cooking_) 3397 markhikha mar.khi.kha n. religion 3398 marli mar.li n. salt (table, cooking_) 3399 marliir mar.liir vt. smash 3400 marna mar.na [verb transitive]. assure 3401 marshu mar.shu n. beer, dessert_ 3402 maru ma.ru vi. productive, be 3403 maruluk ma.ru.luk n. (from < two + wheel) bicycle 3404 marur ma.rur v. sip 3405 mas mas . no (informal) ("nope") 3406 mas mas n. priest, type of_ 3407 masa ma.sa n. manager (PR) 3408 masa ma.sa n. media specialist 3409 masa ma.sa n. PR manager 3410 masa ma.sa n. public relations manager/media specialist 3411 masare ma.sar.e n. (from sar) writer 3412 masarupak ma.sar.u.pak v. experience (consciously live through an event) 3413 mash mash n. interest (on money); produce 3414 mash mash v. produce (esp money) 3415 masha ma.sha n. evening (dusk to midnight) 3416 mashashme ma.shash.me n. amber zone 3417 masheg ma.sheg n. crack 3418 mashkim mash.kim n. agent (law enforcement) 3419 mashkim mash.kim n. bailiff, court 3420 mashkim mash.kim n. commissioner [primary meaning]; agent, law-enforcement_; marshal, constable (special police) 3421 mashkim mash.kim n. Constable 3422 mashkim mash.kim n. court bailiff n 3423 mashkim mash.kim n. marshal (police) 3424 mashkim mash.kim n. policeman (special) 3425 masi ma.si n. compound 3426 masu ma.su [verb]. damage (< injure) 3427 masu ma.su vdt. injure 3428 masuli ma.su.li n. pregnancy 3429 masuli ma.su.li vi. pregnant, be 3430 masulika ma.su.li.ka adj. (from masuli) pregnant 3431 masulikur * ma.su.li.kur n. (from suli?) Conception 3432 masulikur * ma.su.li.kur vi. (from masuli) pregnant, become 3433 masunek ma.su.nek n. (from Masu) Injury 3434 masunek ma.su.nek n. (from masu ) wound 3435 masus ma.sus . western 3436 mazun ma.zun n. (personal name, male) 3437 mazusi ma.zu.si n. hangover 3438 me me v. buy, barter to obtain, buy informally 3439 me me pn. what? 3440 me me [verb transitive]. Barter 3441 meba * me.ba n. (from Ba ) gift 3442 mebaru me.ba.ru n. (from baru) peddler 3443 mebaru me.ba.ru n. (from baru) retailer 3444 mebaru me.ba.ru n. (from baru) seller 3445 mebaru me.ba.ru n. (from baru) vendor 3446 mebedur me.be.dur n. (from Bed) Fortune-teller 3447 mebedur * me.bed.ur n. (from bed) oracle 3448 medaake me.daak.e n. (from Daak) Defender 3449 medake me.dak.e n. (from Dak) Butler 3450 medake me.dak.e n. (from Dak) Food server 3451 medake me.dak.e n. (from dak ) waiter 3452 medakire me.da.kir.e n. (from dakir) peddler 3453 medakire me.da.kir.e n. (from dakir) seller 3454 medakire me.da.kir.e n. (from dakir) vendor 3455 medalape me.da.lap.e n. (from udalap) messenger 3456 medarzame me.dar.zam.e n. (from Darzam) Interpreter (human) 3457 medarzame me.dar.zam.e n. (from darzam) translator (human) 3458 medashe me.dash.e n. (from Dash) Conservative (a -) 3459 meddure med.dur.e . (from addur) basket-weaver 3460 meddure med.dur.e n. (from addur) weaver 3461 medimme me.dim.me n. (from dimma) copyist 3462 medinere me.di.ner.e n. (from diner) student (learner) 3463 medire me.dir.e n. (from dir) rescuer 3464 medire me.dir.e n. (from dir) retrieval 3465 medire me.dir.e n. (from dir) saver 3466 medishaa me.di.shaa n. (from Dishaa) Head of table 3467 medishaa me.di.shaa n. (from Dishaa) Host at meal 3468 medishe me.dish.e n. (from Dish) guide 3469 medishe me.dish.e n. (from Dish) leader (guide) 3470 medishe me.dish.e n. (from dish) scout, guide 3471 medishe me.dish.e n. (from dish) Scout base 3472 meduge me.dug.e n. (from dug) announcer 3473 medukiide me.du.kiid.e n. (from dukiid) Teacher 3474 medukiide me.du.kiid.e n. (from dukiid) trainer (of animals) 3475 medulikire me.du.li.kir.e n. (from dulikir) spendthrift 3476 megage me.gag.e n. (from Gag) fool 3477 megardage me.gar.dag.e n. (from gardag) activist 3478 megardage me.gar.dag.e n. (from gardag) labor/union activist 3479 megardage me.gar.dag.e n. (from gardag) organizer (union/strike) 3480 megepaage me.ge.paag.e n. (from gepaag) accuser 3481 megere me.ger.e n. (from Ger) Cartographer 3482 megere me.ger.e n. (from Ger) Geographer 3483 megere me.ger.e n. (from ger) surveyor 3484 megimu me.gi.mu n. (from gimu) investor 3485 meginaa me.gi.naa n. (from Gina) Grader 3486 meginaa me.gi.naa n. (from Gina) Inspector 3487 meginime me.gi.nim.e n. (from Ginim) Inspector 3488 megirure me.gi.rur.e n. (from girur) monopoly 3489 megishe me.gish.e n. (from Gish ) Dancer (exotic) 3490 megubare me.gu.bar.e n. (from Gubar) Co-worker 3491 megubare me.gu.bar.e n. (from Gubar) friend 3492 megubare me.gu.bar.e n. (from gubar) neighbor 3493 mek mek [verb]. carve 3494 mekaame me.kaam.e n. (from Kaam) Autocrat 3495 mekaame me.kaam.e n. (from Kaam) dictator 3496 mekagap me.ka.gap n. basis 3497 mekagune me.ka.gun.e n. (from kagun) mechanic 3498 mekagune me.ka.gun.e n. (from kagun) repairman 3499 mekagune me.ka.gun.e n. (from kagun) technician (repair) 3500 mekakguude me.kak.guud.e n. (from Kakguud) Designer (fashion) 3501 mekamluse me.kam.lus.e n. (from kamlus) witness 3502 mekarake me.kar.ak.e n. (from Karak) Go-between 3503 mekarake me.kar.ak.e n. (from karak) merchant (retail) 3504 mekarake me.kar.ak.e n. (from karak) middleman (in business) 3505 mekerre me.ker.re n. (from kerre) seamstress 3506 mekerre me.ker.re n. (from kerre) tailor 3507 mekerri me.ker.ri n. (from Kerre) Clothing maker 3508 mekhake me.kha.ke conj. about (pertaining to; on the topic of) 3509 mekhake me.khak.e conj. regarding 3510 mekhase me.khas.e n. (from khas ) dependent 3511 mekhashe me.khash.e n. (from khash) psychologist 3512 mekhede me.khed.e n. (from Khed) acquaintance 3513 mekhishe me.khish.e n. (from Khish) Coordinator (of people) 3514 mekhishe me.khish.e n. (from khish) team 3515 mekhude me.khud.e n. (from Khud ) Greeter 3516 mekhukheme me.khu.khem.e n. (from Khum) actor (theatrical) 3517 mekhuulame me.khuu.lam.e n. (from khuulam) aid (person) 3518 mekidiire me.ki.diir.e n. (from kidiir) majority 3519 mekiire me.kiir.e n. (from kiir) manager (type of) 3520 mekike me.ki.ke n. (from Kik) Computer 3521 mekilure me.ki.lur.e n. (from kilur) witness (professional legal) 3522 mekishige me.ki.shig.e n. (from Kishig) baker 3523 mekizushe me.ki.zush.e n. (from Kizush) Informant 3524 mekizushe me.ki.zush.e n. (from Kizush) news (reporter) 3525 mekizushe me.ki.zush.e n. (from Kizush) Reporter (news) 3526 mekuka * me.ku.ka n. (from ekuka) constituent (voting member) 3527 mekukume me.ku.kum.e n. (from kukum) leader (man in front) 3528 mekumashe me.ku.mash.e n. (from kumash) editor 3529 mekumene me.ku.me.ne n. (from kumena) lawyer 3530 mekumire me.ku.mir.e n. (from Kumir) Diagnostician 3531 mekumire me.ku.mir.e n. (from Kumir) Examiner (medical) 3532 mekursii me.kur.sii n. (from kursii) identity 3533 mela me.la n. (from La ) cart 3534 melagamu me.la.ga.mu n. (from Lagamu) Confidant 3535 melam me.lam n. laser 3536 melamas me.la.mas n. (from lamas) beautician, decorator, stylist 3537 melamase me.la.mas.e n. (from Lamas) Decorator 3538 melasede me.la.sed.e n. (from lased) achiever 3539 melelaa me.le.laa [interjection]. alas! 3540 melelaa me.le.laa interj. woe! alas! 3541 melikaare me.li.kaar.e n. (from likaar) reservoir 3542 melikure me.li.kur.e n. (from kilur) notary 3543 melilaa me.li.laa [interjection]. alas! 3544 melilaa me.li.laa interj. woe! alas! 3545 melim -me.lim -. glance, terrifying_ 3546 melumsare me.lum.sar.e n. (from lumsar) exile 3547 melundage me.lun.dag.e n. (from lundag) understanding person 3548 mema me.ma [verb]. middle, in 3549 memarsa me.mar.sa n. temperance (middle road) 3550 memekursii khii baan? Me'me.kur.sii khii baan? idiom. who are you? 3551 memigaare me.mi.gaar.e n. (from migaar) critic 3552 memiinaa me.mii.naa n. (from Miinaa) Criminal (career) 3553 memikure me.mi.kur.e n. (from mikur) coward 3554 memikure me.mi.kur.e n. (from mikur) disobedient person 3555 memikure me.mi.kur.e n. (from mikur) lazy person 3556 memikure me.mi.kur.e n. (from mikur) negligent person 3557 memikure me.mikur.e n. (from mikur) unfaithful person 3558 memime me.mim.e n. (from Mim) Cook (common) 3559 meminaa me.mi.naa n. (from Miinaa) convict 3560 memirepe me.mi.rep.e n. (from mirep) experiment 3561 memkar mem.kar n. ceremony 3562 memuli me.mu.li n. (from muli) gem 3563 memuna me.mu.na n. (from muna) attendant 3564 memuskune me.mus.kun.e n. (from muskun) dealer 3565 men men [copular verb]. be (intransitive predicative copula) 3566 menaam me.naam n adv. when? 3567 menar me.nar n. pebble 3568 menare me.nar.e n. (from Nar) Competitor 3569 menare me.nar.e n. (from nar) wrestler 3570 menashe me.nash.e n adv. how long? 3571 menima me.ni.ma n. (from Nima) agricultural laborer/robot 3572 menima me.ni.ma n. (from Nima) Construction robot 3573 menima me.ni.ma n. (from nima) laborer (rural/agricultural) 3574 menima me.ni.ma n. (from nima) robot (construction/agricultural) 3575 menna men.na n. examination (test) 3576 menna men.na n. test 3577 menurgare me.nur.gar.e n. (from nurgar) thief 3578 mepade me.pad.e n. (from Pad) Discoverer 3579 mersede mer.sed.e n. (from ersed) automobile (wheeled motor vehicle) 3580 mersede mer.sed.e n. (from ersed) vehicle 3581 merseke mer.sek.e n. (from <auto + grav) grav car 3582 meruurine me.ruu.rin.e n. (from ruurin) payor 3583 mes mes n. fruit tree 3584 mesaane me.saan.e n. (from saan) maintenance person 3585 mesaane me.saan.e n. (from saan) repairman 3586 mesare me.sar.e n. (from sar) printer 3587 mesare me.sar.e n. (from sar) publisher 3588 mesarek me.sar.ek n. (from sar) human being 3589 mesekhi me.se.khi n. (from sekhi) librarian 3590 mesekhi me.se.khi n. (from sekhi) recorder 3591 mesenaake me.se.naak.e n. (from Senaak ) Combatant 3592 mesenaake me.senaak.e n. (from Senaak) Fighter 3593 mesenaake me.se.naak.e n. (from senaak) military personnel 3594 mesenaake me.se.naak.e n. (from senaak) personnel (military) 3595 mesenaake me.se.naak.e n. (from senaak) soldier 3596 mesenaake me.se.naak.e n. (from senaak) warrior 3597 meshaki me.sha.ki n. (from shaki) singer (professional) 3598 meshane me.shan.e n. (from Shan) Boxer 3599 meshane me.shan.e n. (from Shan) Fighter (unarmed) 3600 meshane me.shan.e n. (from shan) martial artist 3601 meshapake me.sha.pak.e n. (from shapak) intventor 3602 meshazu me.sha.zu n. role (esp. in drama or formal event) 3603 meshazukhasha me.sha.zu.kha.sha n. (from meshazu-khash-a) role-playing 3604 meshe mesh.e n adv. where at/to? / whither? 3605 meshene me.she.ne n. (from Shen) Builder 3606 meshene me.shen.e n. (from shen) worker (construction) 3607 meshershii me.sher.shii n. sail 3608 mesheru me.she.ru n. address (postal co-ordinates) 3609 meshiime me.shiim.e n. (from shiim) robot 3610 meshishe me.shish.e n. (from Shish) Driver 3611 meshishe me.shish.e n. (from Shish) Helmsman 3612 meshishe me.shish.e n. (from shish) pilot 3613 meshishiise me.shi.shiis.e n. (from shiis) manager (type of) 3614 meshishime me.shi.shim.e n. (from shishim) porter 3615 meshmi mesh.mi n. crew 3616 meshnerii mesh.ner.ii n. (from meshner-ii) scientist 3617 meshugi me.shu.gi n. (from Shugi) Detective (private) 3618 mesiime me.siim.e n. (from Siim) Guide 3619 mesiime me.siim.e n. (from siim) navigator 3620 mesnerii mes.ner.ii n. (from mesner-ii) scientist 3621 mezaalame me.zaa.lam.e n. (from zaalam) arbitrator 3622 mezubila me.zu.bil.a n:ip. (from zubila) neighbor 3623 mezukeshe mezu.kesh.e n. (from Zukesh) Fixer 3624 mezukeshe mezu.kesh.e n. (from zukesh) valet 3625 mi -mi -. woman 3626 midkhan mid.khan vi. anxious, be 3627 midkhan mid.khan [verb]. worry 3628 midumiir mi.dum.iir n. descendants 3629 mig mig vt. drink s.th. 3630 migaar mi.gaar v. criticize 3631 mige mig.e n. (from OHV migek) gravity 3632 mige * mi.ge n. (from mi ) women; womanhood; womankind 3633 migkir mig.kir vi. glide 3634 migu mi.gu n. liver 3635 miigu mii.gu n. puzzle 3636 miim miim n. ice 3637 miina mii.na n. subject 3638 miinaa mii.naa [verb]. convict 3639 miinemi mii.ne.mi [element]. Chromium (Symbol: Cr, Atomic Number: 24, TL 2). 3640 miinnak miin.nak n. crime 3641 miir miir vi. (from < miirek) wet, be 3642 miirek mii.rek n. water (H2O) 3643 miirninimiir miir.ni.nim.iir [element]. Germanium (Symbol: Ge, Atomic Number: 32, TL 3). 3644 miirnuur miir.nuur [verb]. dig 3645 miis miis v. reject 3646 miishra miish.ra . envelope, self-sealing_ with window 3647 miishur mii.shur vi. limited, be_ 3648 miishur mii.shur vi. restricted, be 3649 miishurek mii.shur.ek n. (from miishur) limitedness 3650 miishurek mii.shur.ek n. (from miishur) restrictedness 3651 mik mik n. (from mikrim) smell (sense) 3652 mik mik vi. solemn, be 3653 mik mik v. stir 3654 mik mik n. Cuisine (type of) 3655 mik mik v. repay 3656 mika mi.ka . Antares (the star) 3657 mika mi.ka vi. cerise color, be (680nm) 3658 mika mi.ka vi. red, be 'dark'_ (cerise: 680nm) 3659 mikadira mi.ka.di.ra . Old Expanses sector 3660 mikanek mi.ka.nek n. (from mika) redness (cerise, 'dark') 3661 mikar mi.kar v. elect (select by voting) 3662 mikasirka mi.ka.sir.ka . Antares (sector) 3663 miki mi.ki n. box 3664 mikki mik.ki n. Gas 3665 mikku mik.ku n. drumstick 3666 mikrim mik.rim vt. listen to sth./so. [primary]; smell sth/so [secondary] 3667 mikrim mik.rim vi. smell sth/so. 3668 mikur mi.kur vi. intense (be) 3669 mikur mi.kur vi. rusty 3670 mikur mi.kur vi. shirk one's duty (memikure: cowardice, negligence, laziness, infidelity...) 3671 mikurek mi.kur.ek v. (from mikur) neglect 3672 mikuriin mi.ku.riin n. cruiser, lurrissha class 3673 mikuriin mi.ku.riin [element]. Helium (Symbol: He, Atomic Number: 2, TL 3). 3674 mim mim [verb]. cook (prepare by applying heat) 3675 mima mi.ma [verb]. trick 3676 mimaar mi.maar v. give (hon.) 3677 mimaargena mi.maar.ge.na [element]. Thorium (Symbol: Th, Atomic Number: 90, TL 3). 3678 mimaarunna n. tradition 3679 mimish mi.mish n. bridge (of starship) 3680 mimish mi.mish n. deck 3681 min min v. grasp 3682 min min vi. hold 3683 min min v. land (a ship) 3684 min min v. (from “land”) launch (ship) 3685 mina mi.na n. (from Mana) mina (half-kilo) 3686 mindur min.dur n. field (cultivated) 3687 mingarag min.gar.ag v. pretend 3688 mini -mi.ni -?-. north 3689 minkhidak min.khi.dak n. Parkbay 3690 minri min.ri vi. Hidden 3691 minri min.ri vi. hide (self), be hidden 3692 minrinek min.ri.nek n. (from Minri) Agoraphobia 3693 minrinek min.ri.nek n. (from Minri) anonymity (preference for) 3694 minrinek min.ri.nek n. (from Minri) Incognito (desire to be) 3695 minrinek min.ri.nek n. (from minri) shyness 3696 mir mir vt. acquire 3697 mir mir v. get 3698 miramkuus mi.ram.kuus n. chopsticks 3699 mireki mi.re.ki n. steam ('water smoke') 3700 miremi mi.re.mi n. sign 3701 mirep mi.rep v. experiment 3702 miri mi.ri vi. awake, be 3703 miriim mi.riim vi. stone (be/made of) 3704 miriim mi.riim vi. stony (be) 3705 miriimek mi.riim.ek n. (from miriim) rockiness 3706 miriimek mi.riim.ek n. (from miriim) stoniness 3707 mirme mir.me n. executive 3708 mirrar mir.rar vi. abandoned 3709 mirrar -mir.rar [intrans verb]. Discarded 3710 mirrar -mir.rar -?-. left behind, be_; abandoned, be_; discarded, be_ 3711 mirri mir.ri vi. high, tall 3712 mirri mir.ri vi. tall (of much height) 3713 mirrinek mir.ri.nek n. (from Mirri) Height 3714 mirsuushe mir.suush.e n. (from ir.suush) member (of group/organization) 3715 miru mi.ru n. east 3716 mishad mi.shad vi. slip 3717 mishi mi.shi n. fowl 3718 mishin mi.shin n. splint 3719 mishir mi.shir n. Chair 3720 mishmerar mish.me.rar n. stamen 3721 mishnila -mish.ni.la -. taste-deafness 3722 mishug mi.shug n. arise 3723 misi mi.si n. towel 3724 misii mi.sii n. chin 3725 misik mi.sik n. politics 3726 misushik mi.su.shik n. tree, a type of fruit-bearing_ 3727 misushik mi.su.shik n. tree: bears rounded red fr 3728 misushikiinar mi.su.shi.kiin.ar n. monkey (tree-climber) 3729 mu mu vt. Grow (make) 3730 mu mu n. name; reputation; fame 3731 mu mu n. Fame 3732 mu mu n. reputation 3733 mud mud n. fluid, precious bodily_; pneuma; ch'i/qi; pra^n.a 3734 mud mud [verb]. ignite 3735 mud mud vt. kindle 3736 mudun mu.dun vt. bother 3737 mudunek mu.dun.ek n. (from mudun) ado 3738 mudunek mu.dun.ek n. (from mudun) pest (non-human) 3739 mugaa mu.gaa vt. include sth/s.o. 3740 mugaaru mu.gaa.ru vi. included, be_ 3741 mugbar mug.bar n. acquaintance (friendly) 3742 mugbar mug.bar n. (from Gubar) Friend (acquaintance) 3743 mugesh mu.gesh n. water, salt_ 3744 mugga mug.ga vt. arrest 3745 muggan * mug.gan vi. (from mugga) safe, be 3746 mugida mu.gi.da n. table (furniture) 3747 mugshi mug.shi vt. lay down 3748 mugshi mug.shi vt. put down 3749 muk muk vt. abrade, erode, hew, work on 3750 muk muk v. erode, abrade 3751 muk muk vi. go to work, erode, abrade 3752 muk muk v. hew, erode, abrade, work 3753 muk muk n. progress 3754 mukdapin muk.da.pin n. bunch (group of things tied or grouped together) 3755 mukhig mu.khig [intrans verb]. Determined 3756 mukhig mu.khig vi. grim, serious, determined 3757 mukhig mu.khig vi. Intent on 3758 mukhig mu.khig vi. serious (intent) 3759 mukhigad mu.khig.ad [adverb]. (from Mukhig) Determinedly 3760 mukhigad mu.khi.gad adv. Grimly 3761 mukhigad mu.khi.gad adv. (from Mukhig) Intently 3762 mukhigad mu.khig.ad adv. (from mukhig) seriously 3763 mukhigek mu.khig.ek n. (from mukhig) seriousness (mental) 3764 mukhir mu.khir [verb]. restore sth. 3765 mukigna mu.kig.na [element]. Cerium (Symbol: Ce, Atomic Number: 58, TL 3). 3766 mukim mu.kim n. music (kinds of) 3767 mukishu mu.ki.shu n. forest 3768 mukumu -mu.ku.mu -. right-hand-side 3769 mula mu.la adj. (from mula) mild 3770 mula mu.la vi. mild (be) 3771 muli -mu.li -. shine ; let shine 3772 mulish mu.lish vi. weary 3773 mumad mu.mad n. people (group) 3774 mumad mu.mad n. nationality 3775 mumadash mu.mad.ash n. (from mumad ) nationalism 3776 mumadum * mu.mad.um n. (from mumad ) nation 3777 mumadup * mu.mad.up n. (from mumad) society 3778 mumara mu.ma.ra adj. stellar density: standard 3779 mumlu mum.lu n. specimen 3780 muna mu.na vi. attend to 3781 mundu -mun.du -. offering, morning_ 3782 munuma mu.nu.ma n. strainer (for food) 3783 munus mu.nus n. woman 3784 munush mu.nush n. (personal name, female) 3785 mupad mu.pad vt. nominate someone 3786 mupad mu.pad vt. propose/suggest (s.o.), to_ 3787 mupad mu.pad vt. suggest 3788 mupadek mu.pad.ek n. (from mupad) suggestion 3789 mur mur n. gate 3790 mur mur n. room 3791 muraak mu.raak n. tribute 3792 murake mu.rak.e n. (from Urak) Conference-goer 3793 murake mu.rak.e n. (from Urak) Congressman 3794 murake mu.rak.e n. (from Urak) Delegate (to a conference) 3795 murake mu.rak.e n. (from urak) meeting attendee 3796 murgam mur.gam v. gesture 3797 murgu mur.gu vt. come after 3798 murki mur.ki v. lie (deceive) 3799 murkinek mur.ki.nek n. (from Murki) Deceit 3800 murkinek mur.ki.nek n. (from Murki) Falseness 3801 murkinek mur.ki.nek n. (from murki) lying 3802 murshi mur.shi n:ip. mother 3803 mursi mur.si vt. praise s.o/s.th. 3804 muru mu.ru -?-. cloud 3805 mus mus . beckon 3806 musar mu.sar n. label 3807 musarra mu.sar.ra adj. (from Musar) Identified 3808 musarra mu.sar.ra n. inscription 3809 musarra mu.sar.ra adj. labelled 3810 musarra * mu.sar.ra adj. (from Musar) named 3811 mush mush n. laborer 3812 mush mush vi. work (especially manually) 3813 mush mush n. workman 3814 mushen mu.shen n. bird 3815 muskun mus.kun vi. deal 3816 musush mu.sush vi. Feral, be 3817 muuk muuk vi. gentle, be 3818 muun muun n. project 3819 muuna muu.na vt. threaten 3820 muur muur vi. hollow, be 3821 muura muu.ra n:ip. tooth/teeth 3822 muuraa muu.raa n. way (of doing) 3823 muurush muu.rush vi. decrease (become or make lesser in quantity) 3824 muurushek muu.rush.ek n. (from Muurush) decrease 3825 muurushek muu.rush.ek n. (from muurush) shrinkage 3826 muurzu muur.zu v. decide on, finalize a solution 3827 muurzu muur.zu vi. Finalize (solution) 3828 muurzunek muur.zu.nek n. (from Muurzu) ability to decide 3829 muurzunek muur.zu.nek n. (from Muurzu) authority to decide 3830 muurzunek muur.zu.nek n. (from Muurzu) Decisiveness 3831 muusa muu.sa n. year (next/following) 3832 muzamgu muzam.gu n. flax (Linum usitatissimum)

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3833 na na vi. Shape (self) 3834 na na n. stone, rock 3835 na Na vi. Form (self) 3836 na na n. rock 3837 na iizamki na-ii.zam.ki n. (heroic/historical name) 3838 naa naa n. Food-liquid 3839 naa naa n. liquid (anti-allergenic food) 3840 naa naa . panacea (by extension from original meaning) 3841 naa khii idiom. probably 3842 naagda naag.da vaux. Late morning-time 3843 naagda naag.da vaux. Lunchtime 3844 naagli naag.li n. Lunch 3845 naagli naag.li n. Late morning 3846 naak naak vaux. able to do 3847 naak naak [aux v pres]. can (is/are able to ...) 3848 naak naak n. hand 3849 naakhar naa.khar n. (from khar?) precept 3850 naakhug naa.khug n. ring 3851 naalir, kirshaam naa.lir . (historical name) Composer in residence. 3852 naam naam n. whatever 3853 naame naa.me n. anything, anyone 3854 naamidu naa.mi.du n. (personal name, female) 3855 naamishi naa.mi.shi n:ip. hair around the navel 3856 naashi naa.shi n. Grassland 3857 naashi naa.shi n. plain, grassland 3858 nagakhig * na.ga.khig n. stellar: near companion star 3859 nagakukhanki na.ga.ku.khan.ki n. stage 3860 nagar na.gar vi. artificial (deliberately made by humans) 3861 nagisa na.gi.sa n. jewel (< stone + lasting value) 3862 nagus na.gus n. prairie 3863 nak nak [intrans verb]. confused, be_ 3864 nak nak vt. mix up 3865 nak nak vi. mixed (be) 3866 nakam na.kam n. (from Kam) catastrophe 3867 nakanaka nak.a.nak.a vi. mixed up, confused, tangled 3868 nakashim na.ka.shim n. musical instrument (lg wheeled bell/drum) 3869 nakek nak.ek n. (from Nak) Heterogeneity 3870 nakek nak.ek n. (from Nak) mixture 3871 nakhaan na.khaan n. (heroic/historical name) 3872 naknane nak.nan.e [element]. Praseodymium (Symbol: Pr, Atomic Number: 59, TL 3). 3873 nakulakak na.ku.la.kak n. Diaspora sector 3874 nakur na.kur n. (from Nak) Composition 3875 nala na.la n. Broadcast (media) 3876 nala na.la n. (from nal) radio (broadcast) 3877 nala na.la n. television (broadcast) 3878 nalar na.lar [verb]. forget (contra-remember) 3879 nali na.li n. (from nal) mass media 3880 nalisii na.li.sii vi. agile (be) 3881 nam nam v. follow 3882 nam...kur nam...kur [verb]. curse 3883 naman na.man vi. sleep, go to_ 3884 namerim na.me.rim n. oath; assertory_ 3885 namkhe nam.khe n. jinx 3886 namkur nam.kur [verb]. (from Namkudr) curse, to_ 3887 nan nan n. page 3888 nangar nan.gar n. (from Nagar) carpenter 3889 nangir nan.gir n. herald 3890 nanikishu, urip na.ni.ki.shu . (historical name) 3891 nanipaar na.ni.paar n. Families (one's own) 3892 nar nar [verb]. compete ( < wrestle) 3893 nar nar n. musician 3894 nar nar n. radio/television; mass aural communication mode 3895 nar nar v. wrestle 3896 narankha na.ran.kha n. (from < Anglic) orange (tree/fruit of Citrus sinensis / related spp.) 3897 narek nar.ek n. (from Nar) Competition 3898 narek na.rek n. (from nar) struggle 3899 narii na.rii n. box 3900 naris na.ris n. lung 3901 narkuu nar.kuu [adverb]. never 3902 narse nar.se v. stare 3903 narum na.rum n. stone (grinding) 3904 nasgi nas.gi v. stitch 3905 nash nash v. early, be 3906 nash nash n. seat 3907 nasha na.sha n. basket 3908 nasha na.sha vt. between, be 3909 nasharas na.sha.ras n. beer, fizzy_ 3910 nashem na.shem n. Boy (not own kin) 3911 nashisii na.shi.sii n:ip. hair on back of hand 3912 nashu na.shu n. (personal name, female) 3913 nasu na.su n. obnoxious, creepy, irritating (of people) 3914 nasu na.su vi. Irritating, be 3915 nasusin * na.su.sin n. (from Nasu) jerk, obnoxious person (male) 3916 nasusin * na.su.sin n. (from Nasu) obnoxious (man) 3917 ne ne n. Forces (military) 3918 ne ne n. troops 3919 nedakkali ne.dak.ka.li n. sex (gender) 3920 neduk ne.duk v. digest (<stomach+work) 3921 nek nek vi. closed, be 3922 nek nek vi. private, be (contra-public) 3923 nek nek vi. proprietary (info) 3924 nek nek vi. secret 3925 nekrisharri nek.ri.shar.ri n. beer, lambic/sour_ 3926 nekum ne.kum n:ip. ear 3927 nekuur nek.uur n. (from nek) privacy 3928 nekuur nek.uur n. (from nek) proprietariness 3929 nekuur nek.uur n. (from nek) secrecy 3930 nela ne.la vi. (from Nel) Gradual, slow 3931 nela ne.la [adjective]. long duration 3932 nela ne.la adj. slow 3933 nelad ne.lad adv. (from Nel) Gradually 3934 nelad ne.lad adv. (from neli) slowly 3935 nelek ne.lek n. (from Nel) Graduality 3936 nelek ne.lek n. (from neli) slowness 3937 neli ne.li vi. slow (be) 3938 nemig ne.mig vt. rescue (search &) 3939 nemnu nem.nu vt. find 3940 nemnu nem.nu vt. Locate 3941 nesh nesh adv. now (at this time) 3942 neshiish ne.shiish n. comet 3943 ni ni -?-. awe 3944 ni-niis ni-niis vt. walk somewhere as a habit, to usually walk to a place 3945 niba ni.ba [intrans verb]. rationed 3946 nibash ni.bash n. rations 3947 nidak ni.dak n. (from < proto-vil nidakh) male person 3948 nidak ni.dak n. (from < proto-vil nidakh) man (adult male person) 3949 nidba nid.ba n. food (preserved supply) 3950 nidba nid.ba . preserved/stored food supplies 3951 nidba nid.ba [verb]. ration 3952 nideg ni.deg [verb]. awe, feel 3953 nideg ni.deg v. (from Niteg) Fear (feel) 3954 nideg ni.deg v. respect 3955 nidi ni.di v. express in words 3956 nidru nid.ru vi. lift/raise (oneself) up 3957 nidru nid.ru vi. rise up 3958 niduk ni.duk v. (from Nituk) Fear (feel) 3959 niduku ni.du.ku v. respect 3960 nigashumu ni.gashu.mu n. skirt 3961 nigim ni.gim vt. comfort s.o. 3962 nigin ni.gin v. feign 3963 nigmiinimu nig.mii.ni.mu [element]. Beryllium (Symbol: Be, Atomic Number: 4, TL 2). 3964 nii nii v. swear 3965 niibamiin nii.ba.miin n. Marches Domain 3966 niigaguna nii.ga.gu.na . (heroic/historical name) 3967 niiku nii.ku [interjection]. all right 3968 niiku nii.ku [interjection]. alright 3969 niiku nii.ku ptcl. correct 3970 niiku nii.ku ptcl. okay 3971 niiku nii.ku ptcl. right ('OK') 3972 niiku nii.ku ptcl. yes (informal) ("yep") 3973 niilugii nii.lu.gii n. brick (hard clay block) 3974 niimrusha niim.ru.sha n. animal, small carnivorous edible_ 3975 niin niin . Madame, Sir 3976 niin niin n. Sir, Madame 3977 niinad nii.nad n. aunt (older than parent) 3978 niinsaku niin.sa.ku ptcl. yes (formal) ("aye") 3979 niir niir vt. kill s.o. 3980 niiragekusha nii.ra.ge.ku.sha n. way station (X-Boat) 3981 niirek niir.ek n. (from niir) murder 3982 niis niis vt. walk somewhere 3983 niisek niis.ek n. (from niis) pedestrianism 3984 niisek niis.ek n. (from niis) traffic (foot) 3985 niishan nii.shan n. book (common) 3986 niisii nii.sii vi. look (appear) 3987 nikakur ni.ka.kur n. floor (bottom of room) 3988 nikha -ni.kha -?-. infantry (unit/service) 3989 nikhasha ni.kha.sha n. (personal name, unknown gender) 3990 nikish ni.kish vt. bind 3991 nikur ni.kur n. fuel [generic] 3992 nikurrur ni.kur.rur n. cruiser, lurrissha class 3993 nikurrur ni.kur.rur [element]. Hydrogen (Symbol: H, Atomic Number: 1, TL 2). 3994 nikuur nik.uur n. fuel [refined] 3995 nim nim n. child of other sex (younger ones) 3996 nim nim vt. shed (cover/layer) 3997 nima ni.ma vt. hit sth/s.o. 3998 nimbar nim.bar n. tree, palm-like_ 3999 nimdu nim.du [verb]. take off self (clothing) 4000 nimek nim.ek n. (from nim ) openness 4001 nimmi nim.mi n. detail, small 4002 nimmi nim.mi [adverb]. little (to a small degree; with almost no intensity) 4003 nimmi nim.mi vi. small 4004 nimmili nim.mi.li n. (from nimmi) atmosphere, very thin 4005 nimminek nim.mi.nek n. (from nimmi) smallness 4006 nimuk ni.muk n. (from Nim) Bareness 4007 nin nin n. lady, mistress, lord 4008 nin nin vt. push 4009 ninda nin.da n. fruit, berry 4010 nindeba n. (from eduba) scholar, elder 4011 nindu nin.du vi. ambitious, be_ 4012 ninek nin.ek n. (from Nin ) force 4013 ninek nin.ek n. (from nin ) pressure 4014 ninek kelameniin n. nobility, the inscrutable behavior of 4015 ningan nin.gan v. orbit 4016 ningap nin.gap vt. avoid 4017 ningin nin.gin vi. around, go 4018 ningin nin.gin vt. Encircle 4019 ningin nin.gin vt. Encompass 4020 ningin nin.gin v. Go around 4021 ningin nin.gin v. (from < OHV ningan (ningan-ningan> nenni)) surround, to_; turn around; around, go_ 4022 ningin nin.gin v. turn (around) 4023 ningula nin.gu.la -?-. artifact (ancient) 4024 ningulashum nin.gu.la.shum n. legend 4025 ningur nin.gur n. Belongings 4026 ningur nin.gur n. possession; property 4027 ningur nin.gur n. property 4028 ningurum nin.gu.rum n. acquisition 4029 ningurum nin.gu.rum n. possession; acquisition 4030 niniru ni.ni.ru n. diamond 4031 ninlug nin.lug n. ancient thing 4032 ninsam nin.sam n. price 4033 nipaar ni.paar n. family (one's own) 4034 nir nir vt. minus 4035 nir nir v. subtract (numbers) 4036 nir nir n. (from ning, nig) thing 4037 nirgali nir.ga.li n. (from nir-gal(i) (gali-nir)) prince 4038 nirku nir.ku v. equip 4039 nirmik nir.mik n. Caulk 4040 nirmik nir.mik n. glue, caulk, sealant, mortar 4041 nirmik nir.mik n. sealant 4042 nirru nir.ru [verb]. regret 4043 nis nis n. herb / seasoning 4044 nishu ni.shu vt. burn 4045 nishus ni.shus vt. partake of 4046 nisii ni.sii [verb]. appear; show self; look; seem 4047 nisii ni.sii vi. seem 4048 nisii ni.sii vi. show (self) 4049 nisiinek ni.sii.nek n. (from Nisii) appearance 4050 nisshiga nis.shi.ga [element]. Technetium (Symbol: Tc, Atomic Number: 43, TL 5). 4051 nu nu vi. recuperate 4052 nu nu vi. rest, recuperate, relax 4053 nu nu vi. relax 4054 nubanda nu.ban.da n. Captain 4055 nubanda nu.ban.da n. Inspector 4056 nubanda nu.ban.da n. overseer; inspector; captain 4057 nudashiir nu.dash.iir . Antares Domain 4058 nudashiir nu.dash.iir n. Domain Antares 4059 nukarik * nu.ka.rik n. (from karik) gardener 4060 nukashu nu.ka.shu n. atmosphere 4061 nukhik nu.khik vi. controversial, be 4062 numir nu.mir vt. accentuate 4063 numkaarem num.kaa.rem n. key (metal device for operating lock) 4064 numra num.ra n. Forest (small) 4065 numra num.ra n. (from OHV limraa) woods (small forest) 4066 numshu num.shu [verb]. mean to 4067 numun nu.mun n. seed 4068 numurzii nu.mur.zii [verb]. embryo 4069 numus nu.mus n. egg 4070 numus nu.mus n. offspring 4071 numus nu.mus n. seed 4072 nun nun n. noble 4073 nun nun n. prince 4074 nun nun n. princely 4075 nupar nu.par v. exceed 4076 nur nur vt. burn (food) 4077 nur nur vi. lie (recline horizontally) 4078 nur Nur the letter n. N 4079 nura nu.ra n. Display (data) 4080 nura nu.ra n. Display device 4081 nuramam nu.ramam n. navy (wet navy) 4082 nuramamii nu.ra.ma.mii n. naval personnel (wet navy) 4083 nurasha nu.ra.sha . squadron (sea naval) 4084 nurene nu.ren.e n. roof 4085 nurgar nur.gar vt. steal sth 4086 nurrik nur.rik [element]. Sodium (Symbol: Na, Atomic Number: 11, TL 3). 4087 nurup nu.rup vi. participate 4088 nush nush n. egg 4089 nush -nush -?-. line up 4090 nushaad nu.shaad vi. (from line up + stretch out) parallel (be) 4091 nushuug nu.shuug v. evaporate 4092 nusna nus.na n. (from "nus stone") block, butcher's 4093 nuu nuu v. deep, be 4094 nuuzugiish nuu.zu.giish v. charge 4095 nuza nu.za n. egg 4096 nuzula nuzu.la n. grandchild of opposite sex

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4097 pa pa n. branch (small part going out from main part) 4098 pa pa n. Canal, trench 4099 pa pa n. ditch 4100 pa..e pa..e -. shine, let_ 4101 paa paa n. feather 4102 paa paa v. protect (against invasion) 4103 paade paad.e n. (from pad) alias 4104 paadurkakshin paa.dur.kak.shin n. photon 4105 paag paag vi. fast, be 4106 paag paag vi. hasten 4107 paagur paag.ur vi. (from < paag) thin (be of little viscosity) 4108 paalazug paa.la.zug n. demon 4109 paaliim paa.liim vi. flare (light up suddenly) 4110 paari paa.ri n:up. tomorrow 4111 paasuuk paa.suuk vi. tight (in this sense) 4112 pad pad [verb]. call; name 4113 pad pad [verb]. discover (find) 4114 pad pad vt. find 4115 pad pad vt. name 4116 pad pad vt. reveal 4117 padar pa.dar vi. shower 4118 padarshan pa.dar.shan vt. taunt 4119 padash pa.dash vi. contemporary, be 4120 paddari pad.da.ri n. squall 4121 padiime pa.diim.e n. (from < parga + diim + e) telempathy 4122 pagamurzii pa.ga.mur.zii n. mercenary 4123 pagiimukiika pa.gii.mu.kii.ka n. maneuver drive 4124 pak pak n. (from Pekh) base 4125 pak pak n:ip. (from Pakgamur) hair on side of head 4126 pak pak n. (from Pake) hearing (sense) 4127 paka pa.ka vi. stupid 4128 pakaap pa.kaap n. Family (not one's own) 4129 pakanar pa.kan.ar n. helmet 4130 pake pak.e vt. hear s.th./s.o. [primary]; smell sth.s.o [secondary] 4131 pake pak.e vt. smell sth/so. 4132 pakha pa.kha n. idiot 4133 pakhalur pa.kha.lur n. fabric (material made of threads) 4134 pakhar pa.khar n. material 4135 pakumsuk pa.kum.suk n. arrack 4136 pakumsuk pa.kum.suk n. mead 4137 pakumsuk pa.kum.suk n. rum 4138 pakumsuk pa.kum.suk n. wine, maple_; rum, arack, mead 4139 pakurmes pa.kur.mes n:ip. (from Pak) hair on back of head 4140 palaanek pa.laan.ek n. (from Palaan) rag 4141 paladish pa.la.dish n. waterskin (canteen) 4142 palak pa.lak vi. explode 4143 palan pa.lan vi. dirty, be 4144 palan pa.lan n. grime 4145 palan pa.lan n. mud 4146 palanka pa.lan.ka n. dirt 4147 palar pa.lar vi. appropriate, be (properly) 4148 palas pa.las v. crack 4149 palaskim pa.las.kim n. rift 4150 palik pa.lik vi. sublimate 4151 palish pa.lish n. flask 4152 pam pam n. fruit 4153 pami pa.mi n. view 4154 pamir pa.mir vi. visible (be) 4155 pamumsirkar pa.mum.sir.kar [element]. Scandium (Symbol: Sc, Atomic Number: 21, TL 3). 4156 panakhar pa.na.khar n. ginseng (plant/root of genus Panax) 4157 panar pa.nar n. lamp 4158 panmapali pan.ma.pa.li . (heroic/historical name) 4159 panurarir pa.nu.ra.rir [element]. Tantalum (Symbol: Ta, Atomic Number: 73, TL 3). 4160 pap pap [verb]. know 4161 pap pap the letter p. P 4162 papara pa.pa.ra vi. ahead of (spatially) 4163 papiig pa.piig vi. raw 4164 papiig pa.piig n. rough (terrain) 4165 papiis pa.piis v. blend 4166 papirga pa.pir.ga vi. harsh, be 4167 papuuk pa.puuk n. shale 4168 papuuk pa.puuk n. slate 4169 par par n. coin 4170 par par vt. purchase 4171 para pa.ra n. river, flowing water 4172 paradise pa.ra.dis.e n. (from Anglic ) paradise 4173 parali pa.ra.li n. mad 4174 param pa.ram v. cost 4175 param pa.ram vi. sprout 4176 paresi pa.re.si n. sword 4177 parga par.ga n. psionic sense/potential 4178 parga par.ga [verb]. strange, be 4179 pargig par.gig vi. rough, be 4180 pargiir par.giir [intrans verb]. spin 4181 parkash par.kash v. scorn 4182 parkash * par.kash [verb]. jeer, disparage 4183 parkhesh par.khesh [verb]. mock 4184 parkulun par.ku.lun n. inclination 4185 parkulun par.ku.lun n. tendency 4186 parmamaalam par.ma.maa.lam . hello 4187 parpara par.pa.ra [adverb]. forward 4188 parshish, sunaam par.shish . (historical name) Co-founder of THS. 4189 parum pa.rum n. price (idealistic) 4190 parunma pa.run.ma n. (from < parga + runma) telepathy 4191 paruud pa.ruud v. scuffle 4192 pasar pa.sar n. potter 4193 pasdar pas.dar n. landmark 4194 pashdiila pash.dii.la adv. (from pashdiilat) in that moment 4195 pashime pa.shim.e n. (from < parga + shim + e) telekenesis 4196 pashume pa.shu.me n. (from parga + ishum + e) awareness (psionic skill) 4197 pasi pa.si n. manor 4198 pasun pa.sun [intrans verb]. rich (wealthy) 4199 paziga pa.zi.ga n. wing (of bird etc.) 4200 pe pe v. (from Bo) off; be – of 4201 peg peg vi. prompt (be) 4202 pek pek n. (from Pekh) base, foot 4203 pek pek n. (from Pekh) foot (on which something stands) 4204 peliin pe.liin n. (from <Anglic 'feline') cat (Felis catus) 4205 pelu pe.lu [verb]. swim 4206 pema -pe.ma -. glare 4207 pemari pe.ma.ri n. soup 4208 pemdar pem.dar vi. appropriate, be (efficiency) 4209 pemug pe.mug vi. eager, be 4210 per per n. (from per(i)) color 4211 peraakhek pe.raa.khek n. (from peraakhi) bait 4212 peraakhi pe.raa.khi [verb]. lure 4213 peraashu pe.raa.shu [intrans verb]. prey, be 4214 perangiis pe.ran.giis n. syphilis et al 4215 pergur per.gur [verb]. rot 4216 peri, siika pe.ri . (from < seiika) (historical name) 4217 peruus pe.ruus vi. lazy, be 4218 peshanmi pe.shan.mi n. cruiser, S E H light 4219 peshiir pe.shiir n. personnel 4220 pezukrin pez.uk.rin n. thorn 4221 pi pi prep. boundary 4222 pi pi n. (from |) edge, boundary 4223 pi pi vi. peppery, be/taste_; hot (tasting), be_ 4224 pi pi vi. taste (hot/peppery) 4225 pi pi vi. Hot (taste) 4226 pig pig n. (from Anglic ) pig 4227 pigalu pi.ga.lu vt. humiliate 4228 piid piid vi. nasty 4229 piid piid vi. vile 4230 piid piid vi. wrong (be) 4231 piidek piid.ek n. (from piid) sickness (moral) 4232 piidek piid.ek n. (from piid) vileness 4233 piidi * piid.i vi. (from piid) sick & wrong 4234 piilak pii.lak n. cover (thing put onto or extended over something else) 4235 piilak pii.lak v. pave 4236 piimur pii.mur v. request (formal) 4237 pik pik n. era 4238 pika pi.ka n. peppery/hot 4239 pikar pi.kar vt. add 4240 pikiik pi.kiik v. discount 4241 pikirzar pi.kir.zar n. corn 4242 pilak pi.lak vi. (from < add + end) append 4243 pilas pi.las v. Ferment 4244 pinaag pi.naag n. field (unbroken expanse of land) 4245 pinek pi.nek n. (from Pi) Hot taste, flavor 4246 pinek pi.nek n. (from pi ) peppery taste 4247 pinshami pin.sha.mi n. muscle 4248 pirira pi.ri.ra n:ip. elbow 4249 pisag pi.sag n. frame 4250 pish pish [verb]. complain 4251 pishekkha pi.shek.kha n. (from shek) spacer 4252 pishikhi pi.shi.khi n. superstition 4253 pu pu n. fountain 4254 pugaali pu.gaa.li n. inflation (too much puli) 4255 pugak pu.gak n. tongue (body-part) 4256 pugulamas pu.gu.la.mas n. (from < word + plainness) prose 4257 pukan pu.kan [verb]. fracture 4258 pukash pu.kash [intrans verb]. risky 4259 pukhali pu.kha.li n. language (the verbal communication technique of a people) 4260 pukimshaa pu.kim.shaa n. thumb 4261 pukkir puk.kir v. say further 4262 pukku puk.ku n. drum (long) 4263 pulag * pu.lag vi. intersect 4264 pulakis pu.la.kis n. sling 4265 pulaknar pu.lak.nar n. safehouse 4266 pulashbum pu.lash.bum n. wave 4267 pulaskaam pu.las.kaam n. ravine 4268 puli pu.li n. cash 4269 puli pu.li n. money 4270 pulik pu.lik vi. obliged to pay (be) 4271 pulik pu.lik [verb]. smite, successfully attack 4272 pulik pu.lik vt. strike (hit) 4273 pulikek pu.lik.ek n. (from pulik) obligation to pay 4274 pulug pu.lug n. axe 4275 puluun pu.luun n. powder 4276 pumamri pu.mam.ri n. Grass (short, grainlike, extremely fast-growing)) 4277 pumamri pu.mam.ri . plant: grain-like; light b 4278 pumasha pu.ma.sha n. nerve 4279 pumimu pu.mi.mu n. thief 4280 punaak pu.naak [verb]. plunder 4281 punii pu.nii [verb]. loathe, to 4282 punikhiirlem pu.ni.khiir.lem n. prison (hard labor) 4283 puplirshud pup.lir.shud n. drink (specific brand of) 4284 puraak pu.raak n. brass (copper-zinc alloy) 4285 puramiguna pu.ra.mi.gu.na n:up. tundra 4286 purash pu.rash n. quarry 4287 purdak pur.dak n. staff (decision makers) 4288 purga pur.ga vt. ambush 4289 purgurii pur.gu.rii n. vein 4290 puriisu pu.rii.su n. blood 4291 puriram pu.ri.ram n. heart 4292 puriraminnik pu.ri.ra.min.nik n. (from heart + crime) sin 4293 purunman pu.run.man n. artery 4294 pushishadinnim pu.shi.sha.din.nim n. spaceport [H:low quality] 4295 pushud pu.shud vi. stink 4296 puu puu [verb]. gusty, be (wind) 4297 puuk puuk n. wedge 4298 puur puur n. bread (leavened)

R

4299 raa raa vi. frown 4300 raa raa n. plank 4301 raa raa n. shelf 4302 raa raa n. syllable 4303 raag Raag vt. Enthrone sth/so 4304 raakha raa.kha vt. cleave in two 4305 raakha raa.kha [verb]. split (in half) 4306 raakhalimmu shudima kar n. poem (2-4-5-7-10 style) 4307 raanas raa.nas n. root (of a plant) 4308 raanku raan.ku v. Curse (lit. “chaos run rampant”) 4309 raanud raa.nud adj. heavy (of much weight) 4310 raararka raa.rar.ka n. arctic (climatological region) 4311 raasder raas.der n. (from <Anglic) lobster 4312 raazaak raazaak n. contract (agreement-document) 4313 raazaak raa.zaak n. Document (legal contract) 4314 rabash * ra.bash vt. inundate, flood 4315 radus ra.dus [verb]. approach, come near 4316 radus ra.dus [verb]. Come near 4317 ragakhur ra.ga.khur n. station (point from which things go or a 4318 ragir ra.gir n. pillar 4319 rakad ra.kad vi. swell 4320 rakhig ra.khig [verb]. seige 4321 ralam ra.lam vi. miserable, be 4322 rale ra.le vt. misplace sth. 4323 ralush ra.lush n. hour (60 minutes) 4324 ram ram [intrans verb]. (from Rab) shackle 4325 ram ram vi. wretched 4326 ramam ra.mam v. clamp 4327 rame ram.e . connector (mechanical/electrical/electronic) 4328 rame ram.e . (from < ram?) plug (mechanical/electrical) 4329 ramikar ra.mikar [element]. Gallium (Symbol: Ga, Atomic Number: 31, TL 3). 4330 ramumi ra.mu.mi n. animal (domesticated?): he 4331 ramumi ra.mu.mi n. animal, small furred egg-laying_ 4332 ran ran n. filter (food preparation) 4333 ranik ra.nik vt. misuse 4334 ranka ran.ka n. pit 4335 rap rap vt. fetter, bind 4336 rapkha rap.kha [verb]. whip 4337 rar rar v. put 4338 rara ra.ra -?-. drunk (slang) 4339 raradus ra.ra.dus vi. near, be 4340 rarshusa rar.shu.sa the element nickel (symbol: ni; atomic number: 28; tl 2).. Nickel (Symbol: Ni; Atomic Number: 28; TL 2). 4341 ras ras n. core, galactic center 4342 rasa ra.sa n. Cuisine (type of) 4343 rasap ra.sap vt. package sth 4344 rasapek ra.sap.ek n. (from rasap) package 4345 rash rash n. beach 4346 rasi ra.si v. kiss (<lip) 4347 rasi ra.si n:ip. lip 4348 rasri ras.ri n. beer, soft_ 4349 re re [aj/pn]. other 4350 redar re.dar vi. (from Anglic ) retreat 4351 rek rek [verb]. call someone (on telephone/etc.) 4352 rek Rek vi. rarefied 4353 remashni re.mash.ni n. filter (food preparation) 4354 remii re.mii v. rain 4355 remiinek re.mii.nek n. (from remii) precipitation 4356 rendaasi ren.daa.si n. court (of law) 4357 res res vi. shout 4358 resaag re.saag [verb]. answer 4359 ri ri vi. laugh 4360 rideli, inesh ri.de.li . (from < rydel) (historical name) Exploratory admiral. 4361 rigar ri.gar vi. divisible 4362 rigdim rig.dim vt. forbid 4363 rigdim rig.dim vt. veto 4364 rigi ri.gi n. music (religious) 4365 rigi ri.gi adj. (from rigi (ri-gi adj?)) happy 4366 riid riid n. web 4367 riig riig vi. malleable, be 4368 riila rii.la [verb]. route 4369 riilaam, kirshamii rii.laam . (from < riiliam) (historical name) Famous scout. 4370 riilap rii.lap n. route 4371 riip riip vt. peel 4372 riip riip [verb]. skin, peel, flay 4373 riira rii.ra n. cup 4374 riirin rii.rin vt. (from <riirun) acquire something; obtain 4375 riirin rii.rin vt. (from riirun) obtain 4376 riiruk rii.ruk v. shock 4377 riisug rii.sug vi. (from < puriisu) bleed 4378 rikkhar rik.khar n. (from liquid+earth) earthquake 4379 riklim rik.lim n. jelly (gelatinous semi-solid material) 4380 rikrim rik.rim n. liquid 4381 riku ri.ku n. table, dining 4382 rima rim.a n. mood (internal) 4383 rimlaa rim.laa [preposition] . because of (that) 4384 rimlaa rim.laa conj. therefore, because of that 4385 rimre rim.re n. department 4386 rimshu rim.shu vi. diffuse 4387 rimuu ri.muu n. dictionary 4388 rinek ri.nek n. (from Ri ) Humor, sense of 4389 rinek ri.nek n. (from Ri ) light-heartedness 4390 rinep * ri.nep n. (from ri) sense of humor 4391 rinneriin rin.ne.riin n:up. temperate (climatological region) 4392 rinnira rin.ni.ra [element]. Palladium (Symbol: Pd, Atomic Number: 46, TL 3). 4393 rinugii ri.nuu.gii n. artisans 4394 rinugii ri.nu.gii n. caste (traditional): artist 4395 rir rir vt. kick 4396 riram ri.ram n. (from < OHV riramkaash) street 4397 rirash ri.rash n. glove 4398 rirkin rir.kin . connector (mechanical/electrical/electronic) 4399 rirnaar rir.naar n. kidney 4400 ris ris vt. take sth. 4401 ris ris [verb]. take 4402 risha ri.sha n. liftoff 4403 rishem ri.shem n. window 4404 rishi ri.shi n. nurse 4405 rishkhis rish.khis vi. faint, be (of little sonic intensity) 4406 rishsar rish.sar n. house 4407 rishurir ri.shur.ir * n. Fornast sector 4408 ru ru vt. aggregate; build sth 4409 ru ru vt. develop (<build) 4410 ru ru n. hall 4411 ru ru vt. (from < dru) raise up; set up 4412 ru ru vt. send 4413 ru ru vt. (from <dru) build 4414 ru ru n. (from Dru) construct 4415 ru ru vt. (from Dru) erect, set up, establish, build, construct 4416 ru ru vt. (from Dru) establish 4417 ru ru vt. (from dru) set up 4418 ru ru vi. suckle 4419 rud rud vi. few (a small number of) 4420 rug rug n. hook 4421 rug rug v. receive, to_; bring back, to_ 4422 rug rug vt. Bring back 4423 rugi -ru.gi -?-. low 4424 rugir ru.gir adj. (from rugi) abject 4425 rugkhan rug.khan [verb]. snare, capture 4426 ruk ruk vt. Jail s.o. 4427 ruk ruk [verb]. ride (harrass underlings) 4428 rukanas ru.ka.nas n. (from ras + ukan) coreward, galactic center 4429 rukin ru.kin n. paperclip, left-handed_ 4430 rukumer ru.ku.mer [element]. Silicon (Symbol: Si, Atomic Number: 14, TL 3). 4431 rulaak ru.laak n. mole, spy 4432 rulakhi ru.la.khi n. (from Ruluk) wheel 4433 runek ru.nek n. (from Ru ) Building(s) 4434 runek ru.nek n. (from < OHV Runub < ru / dru) Engineering 4435 runma run.ma n. thought 4436 runuk ru.nuk n. (from Ru ) Construction 4437 runush ru.nush vi. awaken 4438 runush ru.nush vi. wake 4439 rur rur vi. arrive, to 4440 rur rur [verb]. dam 4441 rura ru.ra n. arrived 4442 ruraa ru.raa n. path 4443 ruri ru.ri n. knife, ritual_ for food 4444 rurkhin rur.khin vi. meaning, have 4445 rurmam rur.mam n. sound 4446 rusakum ru.sa.kum n. linear measure of 0.34mm (1/10 ugdadu) 4447 rush rush -?-. grimace 4448 rusheg ru.sheg [verb]. straight, be 4449 rushiig ru.shiig vt. retain sth (hold back) 4450 ruu ruu vi. nurse at breast; suckle 4451 ruu ruu ptcl. those 4452 ruuga ruu.ga [verb]. squander 4453 ruuga ruu.ga v. waste 4454 ruugir ruu.gir v. lavish upon 4455 ruukak ruu.kak n. (from Ruukakishun) stick (long bar) 4456 ruuke ruuk.e n. drunk (person) (slang) 4457 ruukmen ruuk.men vi. mercy, have/display/use 4458 ruumasi ruu.ma.si n. baby (others') 4459 ruunas ruu.nas n. baby boy 4460 ruunas ruu.nas n. Boy (baby) 4461 ruunga ruun.ga v. hang 4462 ruungir ruun.gir vt. suspend 4463 ruuraak ruu.raak n. (from < Raa, OHV Ruuraakh) syllabary, traditional Vilani_ 4464 ruurik ruu.rik vi. (from Ruurikh) crawl, creep 4465 ruurik ruu.rik vi. (from Ruurikh) Creep 4466 ruurin ruu.run vt. pay for something 4467 ruurinek ruu.rin.ek n. (from ruurin) payment 4468 ruurisha ruu.ri.sha n. grammar (rules and structure of a language) 4469 ruus ruus n. ribbon 4470 ruus ruus n. tape 4471 ruushi ruu.shi n. baby (female) 4472 ruushi ruu.shi n. Girl (baby) 4473 ruushi ruu.shi n. daughter ( < baby girl ) 4474 ruuza ruu.za vi. sure, be 4475 ruuza ruu.za [idiom]. (from < ruuza) You're welcome 4476 ruza ru.za vi. (from ruuza?) irresponsible, be

S

4477 sa sa [title]. archduke 4478 sa sa n. bundle 4479 sa sa v. equal, be 4480 sa sa vt. equals 4481 sa sa n. (from < head) front 4482 sa sa v. Buy 4483 saa saa n. power, actual 4484 saader saa.der vi. plain (easy to see/understand) 4485 saag saag adj. dear (<beautiful) 4486 saakash saa.kash vt. become (begin to be; acquire the quality...) 4487 saamaken saa.ma.ken n. pipe (a hard tube for transporting liquid) 4488 saamis saa.mis vt. intoxicate so 4489 saan saan vt. repair 4490 saan saan v. show, to 4491 saanunan saa.nun.an n. ceiling 4492 saapar saa.par vt. systematize 4493 saapda saap.da vaux. Late afternoon-time 4494 saapli saap.li n. Late afternoon 4495 saar saar n. skill 4496 saarpu saar.pu n. Prince 4497 saarpuhii saar.pu.hii n. (from < proto-Vilani) duke "under-king" 4498 saarure saa.rur.e n. (from aarur) inference 4499 saasda saas.da n. offspring 4500 sadu -sa.du -. offering, regular_ 4501 sadug sa.dug n. wind, strong 4502 sag sag vi. beautiful 4503 sag sag v. good, beautiful, truthful 4504 sag sag n. slave 4505 sag sag vi. truthful 4506 sagamu sa.ga.mu n:up. evening 4507 sagar sa.gar -?-. fat 4508 sagda sag.da vaux. Evening-time 4509 sagek sag.ek n. (from Sag) Beauty 4510 sagek sag.ek n. (from sag) truth 4511 sakha sa.kha vi. dusty, be 4512 sakhala sa.khal.a n. (from akhala) newness 4513 sakhale sa.kha.le n. (from Akhala) Freshness 4514 sakhali sa.kha.li n. apartment 4515 sakhali sa.kha.li n. dwelling 4516 sakhali sa.kha.li n. house 4517 sakhar sa.khar n. dust; earth; soil 4518 sakhar sa.khar n. earth, soil 4519 sakhar sa.khar n. soil 4520 sakhela sa.khe.la v. name 4521 sakhip sa.khip n. fine art 4522 sakhu sa.khu . (heroic/historical name) Twin of Shikhu 4523 saki sa.ki n. concrete 4524 sakii sa.kii [verb]. spear 4525 sakiishaken sa.kiisha.ken n. baron 4526 sakla sak.la n. apartment 4527 sakla sak.la n. Condominium 4528 sakla sak.la n. dwelling 4529 sakla sak.la n. house 4530 sakumii sa.ku.mii n. artists 4531 sakumii sa.ku.mii n. caste (modern): artist 4532 salir sa.lir vi. average 4533 samiin sa.miin v. observe 4534 samira sa.mi.ra v. cough 4535 sammash sam.mash n. bottom 4536 samshinman san.shin.man [element]. Molybdenum (Symbol: Mo, Atomic Number: 42, TL 2). 4537 samshushe sam.shush.e n. (from amshush) colonization 4538 samshuushe sam.shuush.e n. (from Amshuush) civilization 4539 sandek san.dek n. (from < OHV sandub) worker, regular_; salaried employee 4540 sanduur san.duur n. Employee (salaried) 4541 sanek sa.nek n. (from Sa ) Equality 4542 sanga san.ga n. Coordinator (general) 4543 sanga san.ga n. priest, type of_ (administrative head of temple) 4544 sangaa san.gaa n. administrator; coordinator 4545 sangar san.gar n. advisor, counsellor 4546 sangar san.gar n. counsellor 4547 sangendar san.gen.dar n. (from < proto-vil Sangentar) overseer; guardian 4548 sangenkar san.gen.kar n. (from < OHV Sangentar) Guardian 4549 sangi san.gi vt. (from Sangil) lift 4550 sangi san.gi . (from Sangil) raise up; lift 4551 sangiime * san.giim.e n. (from angiim) loan (general) 4552 sangu san.gu n:ip. head, top 4553 sangu san.gu n:ip. (from sanga) top 4554 sangus san.gus v. available, be_; care for sth.; maintain sth. 4555 sangus san.gus n. patron 4556 sangus san.gus n. supporter, patron 4557 sangus san.gus n. sustainer; patron 4558 sangusaa san.gu.saa n. (from < top + power) Zenith 4559 sanki san.ki n. forehead 4560 saparmashe sa.par.mash.e n. (from aparmash) sourness 4561 sapkir sap.kir n. Mid-afternoon 4562 sapkirda sap.kir.da vaux. Mid-afternoon-time 4563 sar sar v. breathe 4564 sar sar vt. print (to copy marks by pressing inked objects on paper) 4565 sar sar v. represent (act as a substitute for) 4566 sar sar vt. write 4567 sar sar vt. type 4568 saraa sa.raa n. (from Araa) Entirety 4569 saraa sa.raa n. totality, whole 4570 saraa sa.raa n. (from araa ) whole 4571 saraa sa.raa n. (from araa ) wholeness 4572 sarara sa.ra.ra vi. burst 4573 sararaaki sa.ra.raa.ki [element]. Antimony (Symbol: Sb, Atomic Number: 51, TL 1). 4574 sarbaru sar.ba.ru n. tree, type of giant shade-_ 4575 sare sar.e v. journey 4576 sare sar.e vi. travel 4577 sarek sa.rek n. (from Sar) Breathing 4578 sarek sa.rek n. (from sar) literacy 4579 sarek sar.ek n. (from sar) respiration 4580 sarek sar.ek n. (from sar) script (system) 4581 sarek sar.ek n. (from sar) writing system 4582 sarekhuulamkaari sa.re.khuu.lam.kaa.ri . (from < travel + aid + society) Traveller's aid society 4583 sargin sar.gin vi. bland (be) 4584 sargin sar.gin vi. boring (be) 4585 sarindaake sa.rin.daa.ke n. (from head+location) origin 4586 sarindaake sa.rin.daak.e n. (from < head + location) source, origin 4587 sarisra sa.ris.ra . envelope, moisture-sealing_ 4588 sarkur sar.kur vi. sticky, be 4589 sarpuk sar.puk [verb]. expert, be 4590 sarrem sar.rem vt. borrow sth 4591 sarriisin sar.rii.sin n. marquess 4592 sarriniin sar.ri.niin n. marquis 4593 sarsa sar.sa n. grace 4594 sasa sa.sa v. Buy 4595 sashis sa.shis n. bomb 4596 sashma sash.ma [verb]. Confidence (have – in) 4597 sashma sash.ma vt. expect 4598 sashma sash.ma vt. trust in 4599 sashrim sash.rim v. flick 4600 sasim sas.im n. piece (a part broken/cut/separated from something larger) 4601 sasu sa.su n. cloud 4602 se se . pale, sallow; green, yellow 4603 sebiilem se.bii.lem ptcl. yes (honorific) ("my good") 4604 sedalige se.da.lig.e n. (from dalig) flat strip 4605 sedimme se.dim.me n. (from dimma) copier (machine) 4606 sedisare se.disar.e n. (from disar) acknowledgement 4607 seg seg v. set, to_ 4608 segas se.gas . no (honorific) ("my bad") 4609 segimu se.gi.mu n. (from gimu) investment 4610 segirkhare se.gir.khar.e n. (from girkhar) accuracy 4611 segirur binerii idiom. agreed; lit. "I agree with you" 4612 segishi * se.gi.shi n. (from gishi) absence 4613 segriim seg.riim n. Quarter-hour 4614 segulige se.gu.lig.e n. (from gulig) moisture 4615 sek sek v. set, to_ 4616 sekekine se.ke.kin.e n. (from kekin) offence 4617 sekha se.kha vi. loyal, be_ 4618 sekhi se.khi v. File 4619 sekhi se.khi v. preserve 4620 sekhi se.khi v. record, file, preserve 4621 sekilure se.ki.lur.e n. student (proven) 4622 sekimnede se.kim.ned.e n. student (advanced, reliable) 4623 sekirgashe se.kir.gash.e n. (from kirgash) pledge (of allegiance) 4624 sekrunii sek.ru.nii n. administrators 4625 sekrunii sek.ru.nii n. caste (modern): administrator 4626 seku se.ku vi. (from seku) cry out 4627 seku se.ku vi. yell 4628 selide se.lid.e n. (from Lid) Consolidation 4629 semashe se.mash.e n. (from emash) resonance (gen) 4630 semekursii khii x. Se'me.kur.sii khii X. idiom. I am X. 4631 semidkhane se.mid.khan.e n. (from midkhan) anxiety 4632 semiire se.miir.e n. (from miir) hydrographics 4633 sen sen n. salad 4634 senaak se.naak vt. fight s.o. 4635 senagse se.nag.se [element]. Calcium (Symbol: Ca, Atomic Number: 20, TL 3). 4636 senira se.ni.ra . envelope, self-sealing_ 4637 sensushe sen.sush.e n. (from ensush) minty smell 4638 sensushe sen.sush.e n. (from ensush) smell (minty) 4639 sepilake se.pi.lak.e n. (from pilak) appendix 4640 sepram sep.ram n. Heartbeat 4641 sepram sep.ram n. (from Anglic second) second (1/60th of a minute) 4642 seras -se.ras -?-. north 4643 seri se.ri vi. Glitter 4644 seri se.ri n. star 4645 seri se.ri vi. twinkle, glitter 4646 serima se.ri.ma n. starship 4647 sermakiin ser.ma.kiin n. attribute 4648 sermakiin ser.ma.kiin n. feature 4649 sernug ser.nug n. industry 4650 sernugii ser.nu.gii n. caste (modern): industrial 4651 sernugii ser.nu.gii n. industrial operators 4652 sershash ser.shash v. presume 4653 seruurine se.ruu.rin.e n. (from ruurin) payment (general) 4654 sesebiilem se.se.bii.lem ptcl. yes (ultra-honorific) 4655 sesegas se.se.gas . (from segas) no (ultra-honorific) 4656 sesekhi se.se.khi n. (from Sekhi) File 4657 seshamime se.sha.mim.e . (from < shamim) belief 4658 seshime se.shim.e n. (from < "holder") tongs 4659 sezigas se.zi.ga.s n. (from ziga) mystical vision 4660 sha sha vi. die 4661 sha sha vi. together (be) 4662 shaa shaa [interjection]. bah! 4663 shaa shaa vt. run 4664 shaa, kadu Sahaa . (historical name) Co-founder of THS. 4665 shaadas shaa.das n. (from Shaadaz) row 4666 shaadas shaa.das [verb]. trouble, be 4667 shaadii shaa.dii n. polearm 4668 shaag shaag vi. good, be_ 4669 shaagin shaa.gin vi. context, be in 4670 shaagunamshush shaa.gu.nam.shush [element]. Hafnium (Symbol: Hf, Atomic Number: 72, TL 4). 4671 shaak shaak [verb]. damn (wish evil upon) 4672 shaakankhu shaa.kan.khu n. companion 4673 shaakasi shaa.ka.si n. Verge sector 4674 shaakasi shaa.ka.si n. Verge sector 4675 shaala shaa.la vt. with, be - s.o. 4676 shaamakna shaa.mak.na [element]. Bohrium (Symbol: Bh, Atomic Number: 107, TL 7). 4677 shaamandi shaa.man.di n. marquis 4678 shaamar shaa.mar vi. collide 4679 shaammashkurur shaam.mash.ku.rur [element]. Francium (Symbol: Fr, Atomic Number: 87, TL 5). 4680 shaamur shaa.mur vi. narrate 4681 shaan shaan vi. dive 4682 shaap shaap n. cave 4683 shaar shaar vi. many 4684 shaarek shaar.ek n. (from shaar) multiplicity 4685 shaarek shaar.ek n. (from shaar) plurality 4686 shaaris shaa.ris [adjective]. pursue (with intent to capture and/or de 4687 shaarzu shaar.zu n. (from < "many teeth") saw (tool) 4688 shaasagra shaa.sag.ra n. stair 4689 shaashek shaash.ek n. (from shaash) sensation 4690 shada sha.da [verb]. lance 4691 shada sha.da . squadron (military) 4692 shadak sha.dak n. column 4693 shadar sha.dar v. breed 4694 shadbek shad.bek n. (from < column + walk) aisle 4695 shadeg * sha.deg vi. (from (+dariin)) nomadic; be 4696 shadeshpa sha.desh.pa n. environment 4697 shadiig shad.iig [verb]. press (do pressure to; push upon with weight or force) 4698 shadirbi sha.dir.bi [adjective]. match (one particular encounter between 4699 shaduk sha.duk vt. rival sth 4700 shadukek sha.duk.ek n. (from shaduk) rival 4701 shadur sha.dur [verb]. post (to – a guard) 4702 shaduuk shad.uuk n. pillory 4703 shag shag n. belly [primary] 4704 shag shag n. Contents 4705 shag shag n. interior [secondary]; contents [secondary] 4706 shagarmeda sha.gar.me.da n. habitable zone 4707 shagepad sha.gep.ad vt. choose (lit. call in the heart) 4708 shagi sha.gi n. element (substance of irreducible simplicity) 4709 shagigi sha.gi.gi n. power plant 4710 shagin sha.gin vi. current, be (up to date) 4711 shagmi shag.mi n. Flesh (body) 4712 shak shak vt. chop 4713 shak shak vi. Get by, cope 4714 shak shak vi. manage, get by, cope 4715 shak shak [intrans verb]. Cope 4716 shakadrig sha.kad.rig vt. ravage 4717 shakala sha.ka.la n. ladder 4718 shakalap sha.ka.lap [verb]. distil 4719 shakarrish sha.kar.rish [element]. Meitnerium (Symbol: Mt, Atomic Number: 109, TL 7). 4720 shakash sha.kash n. today 4721 shakashdir sha.kash.dir n. tool 4722 shakha sha.kha n. champion 4723 shakhes sha.khes n. credit (permission to borrow money) 4724 shakhun sha.khun n. helix (any corkscrew-shaped object) 4725 shaki sha.ki v. sing 4726 shakir sha.kir n. rip up 4727 shakishraa sha.kish.raa [element]. Uuo ? (atomic number 118) 4728 shakkankhu shak.kan.khu n. Count 4729 shakriig shak.riig [verb]. dissolve 4730 shakriig shak.riig v. melt 4731 shala sha.la vt. bless (wish good upon) 4732 shalaka sha.la.ka vi. blessed 4733 shalam sha.lam vi. snug (just large enough to contain X) 4734 shalap sha.lap n. animal (domesticated): pig-like 4735 shalap sha.lap n. pig-like domestic animal 4736 shalena sha.le.na n. blessings/blessed-be 4737 shalena in bagaan sha.le.na in ba.gaan [idiom]. Thank you (formal) 4738 shalenadiimar sha.le.na.dii.mar n. honors (special merit) 4739 shalesu sha.le.su n. deathbed; dying breath; last gasp (< sha-lesu, "death-moment") 4740 shalesu sha.le.su n. Dying breath 4741 shalesu sha.le.su n. Gasp (last) 4742 shali sha.li n. foam 4743 shalus sha.lus [intrans verb]. dead, be (<shalesu) 4744 sham sham vt. bestow upon someone [with something] 4745 sham sham vi. go to therapy 4746 shama sha.ma n. blade (dagger, etc) 4747 shama sha.ma n. knife 4748 shamaaraan sha.maa.raan . (heroic/historical name) 4749 shamaaregan sha.maa.re.gan [element]. Niobium (Symbol: Nb; Atomic Number: 41; TL 3). 4750 shamarmishkin sha.mar.mish.kin [element]. Lutetium (Symbol: Lu, Atomic Number: 71, TL 4). 4751 shamemshirra sha.mem.shir.ra [element]. Californium (Symbol: Cf, Atomic Number: 98, TL 6). 4752 shamigaakii sha.mi.gaa.kii [element]. Ruthenium (Symbol: Ru, Atomic Number: 44, TL 3). 4753 shamii sha.mii n. card (stiff rectangle of material) 4754 shamiika sha.mii.ka [element]. Ytterbium (Symbol: Yb, Atomic Number: 70, TL 3). 4755 shamiish sha.miish vi. factual, be 4756 shamim sha.mim v. believe, be under the impression, be generally known or held 4757 shamin sha.min vi. Impression (be under) 4758 shaminik sha.mi.nik [element]. Americium (Symbol: Am, Atomic Number: 95, TL 5). 4759 shamirkim sha.mir.kim [element]. Gadolinium (Symbol: Gd, Atomic Number: 64, TL 3). 4760 shamishrema sha.mish.re.ma [element]. Nobelium (Symbol: No; Atomic Number: 102; TL 6). 4761 shamra sham.ra n. leaf 4762 shamrakirmin sham.ra.kir.min [element]. Dubnium (Symbol: Db, Atomic Number: 105, TL 6). 4763 shamumura sha.mu.mu.ra [element]. Thallium (Symbol: Tl, Atomic Number: 81, TL 3). 4764 shamuus sha.muus vi. comfortable (be) 4765 shamuus sha.muus vi. easy, be 4766 shamuusa sha.muus.a adj. (from shamuus) comfortable 4767 shamuusa sha.muu.sa adj. (from shamuus) easy 4768 shan shan [verb]. complete a form 4769 shan shan . multiply (numbers) 4770 shan shan . punch s.o. 4771 shana sha.na n. (personal name, female) 4772 shana sha.na n. copse, grove 4773 shana sha.na n. grove 4774 shana sha.na vi. hope 4775 shananare sha.na.nar.e [element]. Neptunium (Symbol: Np, Atomic Number: 93, TL 5). 4776 shaniikneki sha.niik.ne.ki [element]. Krypton (Symbol: Kr, Atomic Number: 36, TL 3). 4777 shaniniirra sha.ni.niir.ra [element]. Thulium (Symbol: Tm, Atomic Number: 69, TL 3). 4778 shanishruru sha.nish.ru.ru [element]. Rubidium (Symbol: Rb, Atomic Number: 37, TL 3). 4779 shannash shan.nash n. (personal name, male) 4780 shanu sha.nu n. bowl (deep round dish) 4781 shap shap n. (from < OHV Shab) stem 4782 shap shap [verb]. repel 4783 shap shap n. (from Shab) vessel; pot 4784 shapak sha.pak vt. invent (plan something which has never been made before) 4785 shaparbalam sha.par.ba.lam n. password 4786 shaparbalam sha.par.ba.lam n. watchword (password) 4787 shaparbulak sha.par.bu.lak n. fee, docking 4788 shaparbulum sha.par.bu.lum n. ransom 4789 shaplaag shap.laag [verb]. rinse out 4790 shaplag shap.lag vi. waste of resources 4791 shapug sha.pug vi. repugnant 4792 shar shar [verb]. direct 4793 shar shar v. grade 4794 shar shar v. monitor 4795 shar shar vt. notice 4796 shar shar -?-. Abundant 4797 shar shar vt. note 4798 shar shar v. watch over (guard duty) 4799 shar-shar shar-shar v. Abundant, make 4800 shara sha.ra n. strainer (food preparation) 4801 shara sha.ra vi. wide, be_ 4802 sharaararaa sha.raara.raa [element]. Berkelium (Symbol: Bk, Atomic Number: 97, TL 6). 4803 sharaarika sha.raa.ri.ka [element]. Uus ? (atomic number 117) 4804 sharamiishu sha.ra.mii.shu [element]. ununbium (Uub, atomic number 112) 4805 sharanek sha.ra.nek n. (from shara) width 4806 shargiig shar.giig v. concerned, be (about someone / something) 4807 shari sha.ri vi. savory/fresh, be/taste_ 4808 shari sha.ri vi. Fresh (taste) 4809 shari sha.ri vi. taste (fresh/savory) 4810 sharik sha.rik n. (from Sharikkamur) (personal name, female) 4811 sharika sha.ri.ka adj. savory/fresh 4812 sharikkamur sha.rik.ka.mur n. (personal name, female) 4813 sharinek sha.ri.nek n. (from Shari) Fresh taste 4814 sharinek sha.ri.nek n. (from shari) taste (fresh/savory) 4815 sharirim sha.ririm [element]. Neodymium (Symbol: Nd, Atomic Number: 60, TL 3). 4816 sharirrikmi sha.rir.rik.mi [element]. Zirconium (Symbol: Zr, Atomic Number: 40, TL 2). 4817 sharkek shar.kek n. (from sharku?) old one (of long standing; having been known for a long time) 4818 sharkiid shar.kiid vt. deserve 4819 sharku shar.ku vi. old (of much age; having existed/lived for a long time) 4820 sharsana shar.sa.na [element]. Indium (Symbol: In, Atomic Number: 49, TL 3). 4821 sharudiin sha.ru.diin n. (surname) 4822 sharudkariin sha.rud.ka.riin n. (surname) 4823 sharukinri sha.ru.kin.ri [element]. Fermium (Symbol: Fm, Atomic Number: 100, TL 6). 4824 sharushura sha.ru.shur.a [element]. Europium (Symbol: Eu, Atomic Number: 63, TL 3). 4825 sharuush sha.ruush n. cuff 4826 shasare sha.sar.e -?-. drunk (slang) 4827 shasashga sha.sash.ga [element]. Einsteinium (Symbol: Es, Atomic Number: 99, TL 6). 4828 shash shash n. sense (ability to perceive a given kind of stimuli) 4829 shash shash vt. taste sth 4830 shash shash vt. touch sth 4831 shashbu shash.bu vt. chip away at 4832 shashireran sha.shi.re.ran [element]. darmstadtium (DS, atomic number 110) 4833 shashka shash.ka vt. dare s.o. 4834 shashsha shash.sha vt. fulfil sth. 4835 shashukhimna sha.shu.khim.na [element]. Actinium (Symbol: Ac, Atomic Number: 89, TL 3). 4836 shashuknimna sha.shuk.nim.na [element]. Protactinium (Symbol: Pa, Atomic Number: 91, TL 4). 4837 she she . plant: grain, barley 4838 she she n. (from ) Barley 4839 she she n. Grain 4840 sheg sheg v. rain 4841 shega she.ga v. break (into pieces) 4842 shega she.ga adj. favorite 4843 shegar she.gar vi. fragment, splinter, break apart 4844 shegek sheg.ek n. (from sheg) precipitation 4845 shek shek n. life (human, gen.) 4846 shekisasaa she.ki.sa.saa n. (from shek) beer, hopped_ 4847 shekkar shek.kar vt. (from shek + khar) resurrect so 4848 shem -shem -?-. life (plant) 4849 shem -shem -?-. live (of plants); life (of plants) 4850 shemaad she.maad [verb]. terrorize 4851 shemeg she.meg vt. (from < OHV ) Access 4852 shemriikiira shem.rii.kii.ra [element]. Terbium (Symbol: Tb, Atomic Number: 65, TL 3). 4853 shemudguma she.mud.gu.ma n. autumn 4854 shemudrura she.mud.ru.ra . Spring 4855 shen shen vt. build s.th. (esp. house, building) 4856 shen shen n. building, house 4857 shen shen n. house 4858 shen shen n. plate armor 4859 shenerii she.ne.rii adv. me, to_, for_, with regard to_, of_ 4860 shennik shen.nik n. symbol 4861 shenusu she.nu.su n. rolling pin 4862 sheraga she.ra.ga n. structure 4863 sheru she.ru v. associate 4864 shesama she.sa.ma n. (from < basket + ball) basketball 4865 shesh shesh n. brother 4866 shesh shesh n. grain, a fast-growing type of_ 4867 shesh shesh . plant: grain 4868 shesha she.sha n. degree (the extent/intensity/scope of an action/condition/relation) 4869 shesha she.sha n. ranking (gen) 4870 sheshaag she.shaag vt. obliterate 4871 sheshas she.shas vt. penalize s.o. 4872 sheshasek she.shas.ek n. (from sheshas) penalty 4873 shesi she.si n. basket 4874 shezin she.zin vi. cautious, be 4875 shidim shi.dim n. builder of house 4876 shidim shi.dim n. mason 4877 shidis shi.dis vi. sprint 4878 shigam shi.gam vi. advance 4879 shigir shi.gir [verb]. rate 4880 shigish shi.gish n. exercise 4881 shigulii shi.gu.lii n. (surname) 4882 shigun shi.gun vi. fatigued, be 4883 shii shii conj. if 4884 shiig shiig n. Inch, Vilani (34mm) 4885 shiig shiig n. knowledge (intellectual assimilation and practical application from experience) 4886 shiig shiig n. linear measure of 34mm (5 ugdadu) 4887 shiigarge shii.gar.ge n. great-great grandchildren/niephews 4888 shiikhaashshaa shii.khaash.shaa n. flap of skin between the thumb and forefinger 4889 shiikhuuk shii.khuuk vi. theatrical (be) 4890 shiim shiim [verb]. comply 4891 shiimurru shii.mur.ru n:ip. hair on the shoulders 4892 shiiprak shiip.rak n. confess 4893 shiis shiis . prioritise 4894 shiisek shiis.ek n. (from shiis ) urgency 4895 shiish shiish v. say 4896 shiish shiish [verb]. speak 4897 shiish shiish n. talk 4898 shik shik . raise sth. 4899 shikaash shi.kaash vi. loud, be (of much sonic intensity) 4900 shikalig shi.ka.lig n. cork (tree/elastic tissue of sp. Quercus suber) 4901 shikamgur shi.kam.gur n. Dinner 4902 shikamgur shi.kam.gur n. Early evening 4903 shikankhim shi.kan.khim n. theoretical (be) 4904 shikarre shi.kar.re n. bottle 4905 shikashek shi.ka.shek n. (from shek) office 4906 shikda shik.da vaux. Dinner-time 4907 shikda shik.da vaux. Early evening-time 4908 shikhu shi.khu . (heroic/historical name) 4909 shiki shi.ki n. spouse (w/o children, older than self) 4910 shikir shi.kir vt. discuss 4911 shilig shi.lig vi. brake 4912 shilig shi.lig [intrans verb]. Cease 4913 shilig shi.lig vi. Stop 4914 shilig-marar shi.lig-ma.rar n. (from < repel + water) umbrella 4915 shiligek shi.lig.ek n. (from Shilig) Finiteness 4916 shilishek shi.li.shek n. (from < stop + life) toxin 4917 shim shim n. Fragrance 4918 shim shim vi. Fragrant (be) 4919 shim shim v. guess 4920 shim shim vi. nibble 4921 shim shim n. scent 4922 shim shim vt. (from shim (II)) hold sth. in hand/arms 4923 shimadi shi.ma.di vi. horror, feel 4924 shimek shim.ek n. (from Shim) burden 4925 shimek shim.ek n. (from shim ) load 4926 shimek shim.ek n. (from shim) payload 4927 shimkum shim.kum n. chest (torso) 4928 shimkum shim.kum n:ip. torso 4929 shimsii shim.sii n. agriculturalists 4930 shimsii shim.sii n. caste (traditional): culti 4931 shimsii shim.sii n. Cultivators 4932 shimsii shim.sii n. farmers; cultivators; agriculturalists 4933 shimur shi.mur vi. adhere (hold tightly to / stick to something) 4934 shin shin vt. fear sth. 4935 shinimari shi.nima.ri n. filter (food preparation) 4936 shinkha shin.kha n. baking soda 4937 shinkha shin.kha n. sodium bicarbonate, baking soda 4938 shirakhu shi.ra.khu n. collect (bring or come together) 4939 shirakhu shi.ra.khu [verb]. unite 4940 shiram shi.ram [intrans verb]. sentient, be 4941 shiramer shi.ra.mer n. flower 4942 shiri shi.ri n. ground 4943 shirikishsi shi.ri.kish.si n. pressure 4944 shirni shir.ni n. pencil (generic) 4945 shis shis vi. rock (sway) 4946 shis shis vi. sway 4947 shis shis vi. teeter 4948 shise shis.e [verb]. respect 4949 shish shish vt. pilot 4950 shish * shish [verb]. require 4951 shisha shi.sha n. space (outer) 4952 shishadinnim shi.sha.din.nim n. spaceport [G:routine quality] 4953 shishamgad shi.sham.gad n. space war 4954 shishii shi.shii n. girl 4955 shishim shish.im [verb]. carry (move while supporting) 4956 shishru * shish.ru [intrans verb]. required 4957 shu shu n:ip. (from Archaic?) hand 4958 shu shu vt. take in/with hand 4959 shuba shu.ba n. agate (stone) 4960 shuba shu.ba adj. shining; shiny 4961 shudag shu.dag v. (from OHV Shutag) adorn 4962 shudag shu.dag v. (from Shutag) decorate, adorn 4963 shudagdu shu.dag.du v. sprinkle 4964 shudangardu shu.dan.gar.du v. (from Shu-dangad-du) supply with abundantly 4965 shuddu shud.du vi. complete, be 4966 shudi shu.di v. (from shuti) receive 4967 shudid shu.did vi. perfect (be) 4968 shudiir shu.diir n. blade (sword, cutlass, etc) 4969 shudish shu.dish v. crush (press on so as to break or re-shape) 4970 shududu shu.du.du vt. finish 4971 shug shug v. negotiate 4972 shugaap shu.gaap [verb]. (from Shugaab) consult 4973 shugap shu.gap [verb]. deliberate 4974 shugi shu.gi v. back (lead, bring, give) 4975 shugi shu.gi vt. Give back 4976 shugi shu.gi v. lead back, bring back, give back 4977 shugi shu.gi vt. Bring back 4978 shugibilak shu.gi.bi.lak v. renew 4979 shugibilakka shu.gi.bi.lak.ka n. (from shugibilak) renewal, Vilani cultural movement 4980 shugidiika shu.gi.diik.a n. packaging unit of 24; "bakers' dozen" 4981 shugilii shu.gi.lii n. caste (traditional): food prep 4982 shugilii shu.gi.lii n. chef 4983 shugilii shu.gi.lii n. food preparers; "millers" 4984 shugilii shu.gi.lii n. miller caste/individual 4985 shugiliinag n. jacket, shugilii's 4986 shugin shu.gin vt. restrain sth 4987 shuginek shu.gin.ek n. (from shugin) restraint (physical) 4988 shuguus shu.guus n. company (military) 4989 shuk shuk n. globe 4990 shuk shuk n. lamp 4991 shuk shuk n. light (artificial) 4992 shuk shuk n. sphere 4993 shuka [interjection]. alas! [rude] 4994 shukaaram shu.kaar.am n. dagger, ceremonial 4995 shukag shu.kag vt. revenge, take - on 4996 shukagek shu.kag.ek n. (from shukag) revenge 4997 shukhaninusha shu.kha.ni.nu.sha n. missile (orbital target) 4998 shukhedii shu.khe.dii n. caste (traditional): husbandry 4999 shukhedii shu.khe.dii n. (from Shukhed-ii) husbanders 5000 shukim shu.kim n. ploughing instrument 5001 shukush shu.kush vi. conspicuous, be 5002 shuluk -shu.luk -. (from Shulukh) ritual, purification_ 5003 shum shum n. dairy product 5004 shum shum vt. elevate 5005 shum shum vt. (from Sum?) give, hand over, lend 5006 shum shum vt. Hand over 5007 shum shum n. yoghurt (custard-like food made from curdled milk) 5008 shum shum vt. lend 5009 shumaa shu.maa [verb]. special, be 5010 shumaag ishba shu.maag ish.ba vi. fiction, be (< story-weave) 5011 shumagash * shu.ma.gash n. (from shumagi) Story-Teller 5012 shumagi shu.ma.gi n. story 5013 shumelam shu.me.lam n. sidearm (lit. 'hand laser') 5014 shumiir shu.miir [verb]. magnify 5015 shumkami shum.ka.mi n. back (of body; dorsum) 5016 shumki shum.ki vt. lick sth/so 5017 shumzaa shum.zaa v. particular 5018 shun shun v. divide (numbers) 5019 shuna shu.na n. Landing field 5020 shunad shu.nad vi. limp, pathetic (be) 5021 shunad shu.nad vi. pathetic (be) 5022 shunada shu.nad.a n. (from shunad) noodles 5023 shunagu shu.na.gu n. strainer (food preparation) 5024 shuningin shu.nin.gin n. (from shunginkesh) total 5025 shunukmaa shu.nuk.maa n:ip. sideburn 5026 shupaash shu.paash n. saga 5027 shuri -shu.ri -?-. half 5028 shurinik shu.ri.nik n. candle 5029 shurrak shur.rak vi. (from Shur) dense (of much density) 5030 shurrakkek shur.rak.kek n. (from Shurrak) density 5031 shurudla shu.rud.la adj. stellar density: dense 5032 shusadak shu.sa.dak n. fisherman 5033 shush shush [verb]. Catch something/someone 5034 shushani shu.sha.ni [verb]. drug 5035 shushek shush.ek n. (from shush) segmentation (linear) 5036 shushishrug * shu.shish.rug n. requirement (legal/administrative) 5037 shushuk shu,shuk v. assist 5038 shuuka shuu.ka n. ankle 5039 shuukurzin shuu.kur.zin vi. wear out, worn out 5040 shuulinim shuu.li.nim n. Frontier (foreign) 5041 shuulinum shuu.li.num n. Border (foreign) 5042 shuumar shuu.mar n. myth 5043 shuumir shuu.mir [verb]. relate 5044 shuur shuur vt. abandon 5045 shuur shuur [verb]. (from < OHV Shub) discard 5046 shuur shuur vt. (from < OHV Shub) drop 5047 shuur shuur vt. Erase ('flatten the hand') 5048 shuur shuur vt. let go 5049 shuur shuur vt. (from < OHV shub) release (quit keeping/restraining) 5050 shuurek shuu.rek [verb]. skip, avoid 5051 shuurik shuu.rik vi. jump 5052 shuurus shuu.rus [intrans verb]. (from < OHV Shuukuruz) worn out 5053 shuusi shuu.si vt. bestow something (to someone) 5054 si si n. horn 5055 si si v. (from > sisig) fill in 5056 sibaade si.baad.e n. (from baad) ascent 5057 sibagage si.ba.gag.e n. (from bagag) Thankfulness 5058 sibakare si.bak.ar.e n. (from bakar) improvement of self or spirit 5059 sibamage si.ba.mag.e n. (from bamag) conventiality 5060 sibardu si.bar.du n. (from Bardu) Brutishness 5061 sibardu si.bar.du n. (from bardu) savagery 5062 sibardu si.bar.du n. (from bardu) uncouthness 5063 sibaru si.ba.ru n. (from baru) sales 5064 sibaru si.ba.ru'e n. (from baru) selling 5065 sibere si.ber.e n. (from ber) speed 5066 sibiisha si.bii.sha n. (from biisha) assignment 5067 sibime si.bim.e vt. (from bim) leave (at home) 5068 sibime si.bim.e n. (from bim) leisure time 5069 sibime si.bim.e n. (from bim) time off 5070 sibime si.bim.e n. (from bim) vacation (at home) 5071 sibulake si.bu.lak.e n. (from bulak) resolve 5072 sibume si.bum.e n. (from bum) kindness 5073 siburude si.bu.rud.e n. (from burud) penetration 5074 sibuuke si.buuk.e n. (from buuk) Blackness 5075 sidaamnure si.daam.nur.e n. (from daamnur) panic 5076 sidadage si.da.dag.e n. (from dadag) purity 5077 sidakhaare si.da.khaar.e n. (from dakhaar) furniture 5078 sidakime si.da.kim.e n. (from Dakim) Cognizance 5079 sidakime si.da.kim.e n. (from dakim) notice 5080 sidakime si.da.kim.e n. (from dakim) perception 5081 sidakime si.dakim.e n. (from dakim) realization 5082 sidakire si.da.kir.e n. (from dakir) income 5083 sidakire si.dakir.e n. (from dakir) salary 5084 sidakire si.da.kir.e n. (from dakir) sales 5085 sidakire si.da.kir.e n. (from dakir) selling 5086 sidakire si.da.kir.e n. (from dakir) square 5087 sidakure si.da.kur.e n. (from Dakur) carefulness 5088 sidale si.da.le n. (from Dale) Flight (ability) 5089 sidamakhashur si.da.ma.kha.shur n. (from damakash) marriage (abstract) 5090 sidame si.dam.e n. (from Dam ) impulse 5091 sidame si.dam.e n. (from Dam ) movement 5092 sidame si.dam.e n. (from Dam ) propulsion 5093 sidame si.dam.e n. (from Dam ) Force (kinetic) 5094 sidammame si.dam.mam.e n. (from dammam) electricity 5095 sidampade si.dam.pad.e n. (from Dampad) Betrothal (abstract) 5096 sidane si.dan.e n. (from Dan) action 5097 sidane si.dan.e n. (from Dan) conduct 5098 sidane si.dan.e n. (from dan) performance 5099 sidara si.da.ra n. (from dara) love 5100 sidarare si.da.rar.e n. (from darar) enthusiasm 5101 sidare si.da.re n. (from Dara) Charity, charitability 5102 sidarzame si.dar.zam.e n. (from darzam) translation 5103 sidazega si.da.zeg.a n. normalcy 5104 sideke si.dek.e n. (from idek) causation 5105 sideluuke si.de.luuk.e n. (from deluuk) difficulty 5106 sidera si.de.ra n. (from Dera) loss 5107 sidera si.de.ra n. (from Dera) obscurity 5108 sidera * si.de.ra n. (from Dera) Invisibility 5109 sideshla si.desh.la n. (from deshla) jealousy 5110 sidiilare si.dii.lar.e n. (from diilar) lack 5111 sidikire si.di.kir.e n. (from Dikir) Firmness 5112 sidikire si.di.kir.e n. (from dikir) pressure 5113 sidikude si.dik.ud.e n. (from dikud) decision 5114 sidikudre si.di.kud.re n. (from dikud < proto-vil kudr) sentence (legal) 5115 sidikure * si.di.ku.re n. (from Diku) Judgement 5116 sidinere si.di.ner.e n. (from diner) learning (general) 5117 sidini si.di.ni n. (from dini) optionality 5118 sidini si.di.ni n. (from dini) possibility (among options) 5119 sidini si.di.ni n. (from dini) selectability 5120 sidire si.dir.e n. (from dir) retrieval 5121 sidire si.dir.e n. (from dir) salvation 5122 sidishe si.dish.e n. guide (thing) 5123 sidnii sid.nii n. (from Idnii) Individuality 5124 sidnii sid.nii n. (from Idnii) Intentionality 5125 sidpase sid.pas.e n. (from udpas) delight 5126 sidude si.dud.e n. (from dud) birth 5127 sidug si.dug vt. introduce 5128 siduge si.dug.e n. (from dug) announcement 5129 siduge si.dug.e n. (from Dug ) speech (capacity for) 5130 siduge * si.dug.e n. (from sidug) introduction 5131 siduge * si.dug.e n. (from Dug ) language (abstract) 5132 sidukare si.dukar.e n. (from dukar) gain 5133 sidukhupe si.du.khup.e n. (from dukhup) innocence 5134 sidukiide si.du.kiid.e n. (from Dukiid) Education (primary) 5135 sidukiide si.du.kiid.e n. (from dukiid) training (of animals) 5136 sidukkha si.duk.kha n. (from dukkha) acid 5137 sidulamase si.du.la.mas.e n. (from dulamas) ugliness 5138 sidume si.dum.e n. (from dum) work (white collar) 5139 sidumshare si.dum.shar.e n. (from dumshar) annotation 5140 siduni si.du.ni n. (from duni) odor (bad) 5141 siduni si.du.ni n. (from duni) stench 5142 siduni si.du.ni n. (from duni) stink 5143 sidure si.dur.e n. (from Dur ) area (a quantity of space within boundaries) 5144 sidureshen si.du.re.shen n. (from < containment + house) warehouse 5145 sidushe si.dush.e n. (from Dush) amusement 5146 sidushe si.dush.e n. (from Dush) Dwelling (abstract) 5147 sidushe si.dush.e n. (from Dush) Entertained-ness 5148 sidushe si.dush.e n. (from dush ) sedentarism 5149 sig sig n. brick, unbaked_ 5150 sig sig n. Hair (single) 5151 sig sig vi. narrow, be 5152 sig sig n. strand (hair) 5153 sig sig vi. thin (be) 5154 sig sig vi. Fine, thin 5155 sigaaduke si.gaa.duk.e n. (from gaaduk) disarmament 5156 sigaanu si.gaa.nu n. (from gaanu) Favoritism 5157 sigaanu si.gaa.nu n. (from gaanu) partiality 5158 sigaanu si.gaa.nu n. (from gaanu) preferentiality 5159 sigaar si.gaar n. disappointment 5160 sigadasur si.ga.da.sur n. missile (space target) 5161 sigadasur si.ga.da.sur n. torpedo (missile; space-target) 5162 sigage si.gag.e n. (from Gag) Foolishness 5163 sigala si.ga.la n. date (coordinates of a day given in some timekeeping system) 5164 sigame si.gam.e n. (from gam) stylus 5165 sigara si.gar.a n. (from gara) nearness 5166 sigara si.gar.a n. (from gara) propinquity 5167 sigara si.ga.ra n. (from gara) readiness (to hand) 5168 sigardage si.gar.dag.e n. (from gardag) strike (work stoppage as protest) 5169 sigare si.gar.e n. (from Gar) arc 5170 sigare si.gar.e n. (from gar ) oscillation 5171 sigare si.gar.e n. (from gar ) swing 5172 sigasake si.ga.sak.e n. treatment 5173 sigek si.gek n. (from Sig ) Fineness 5174 sigek sig.ek n. (from sig ) narrowness 5175 sigek sig.ek n. (from sig) thinness 5176 sigepaage si.ge.paag.e n. (from gepaag) accusation 5177 sigere si.ger.e n. Known space 5178 sigere si.ger.e n. (from ger) world (the known) 5179 sigga sig.ga vi. full 5180 sigibila si.gi.bil.a n. (from gibila) newness 5181 sigibila si.gi.bil.a n. (from gibila) novelty 5182 sigide si.gid.e n. (from gid) management (quantified) 5183 sigide si.gid.e n. (from gid) measurement (management) 5184 sigiike si.giik.e n. (from Giik) Evaluative capacity 5185 sigiike si.giik.e n. (from Giik) Judgement capacity 5186 sigiikhune si.gii.khun.e n. (from giikhun) reminder (moral) 5187 sigiimare si.gii.mar.e n. (from giimar) plane (flat surface) 5188 sigiirlare si.giir.lar.e n. (from Giirlar) Communicability 5189 sigiirlare si.giir.lar.e n. (from Giirlar) Infectiousness 5190 sigiirlare si.giir.lar.e n. (from giirlar) transferability 5191 sigikuure si.gi.kuur.e n. (from gikuur) warnings (in general) 5192 sigina si.gi.na n. (from Gina) Diploma (examination) 5193 sigina si.gi.na n. (from Gina) license 5194 sigina si.gi.na n. (from Gina) Qualifications (certification) 5195 sigire si.gir.e n. (from sigire “mystical vision”) clairvoyance 5196 sigire si.gir.e n. (from igir) explanation 5197 sigire si.gir.e n. (from gir ) sighting 5198 sigire si.gir.e n. (from gir) vision (mystical) 5199 sigishe si.gish.e n. (from gish ) argument 5200 sigisiine si.gi.siin.e n. (from gisiin) literature 5201 sigkha sig.kha n. Nadir 5202 sigsig sig.sig vi. small 5203 sigubare si.gu.bar.e n. (from Gubar) Civility 5204 sigubare si.gu.bar.e n. (from Gubar) Friendliness 5205 sigube si.gub.e n. (from < OHV Gub ) Control (over the situation) 5206 sigube si.gub.e n. (from Gube) Creative ability 5207 sigube si.gub.e n. (from Gub ) power (over the situation) 5208 sigumame si.gu.mam.e n. (from gumam) least (to the smallest degree) 5209 sigume si.gum.e n. (from gum) segregation 5210 sigume si.gum.e n. (from gum) separation (into like groups) 5211 sigumru si.gum.ru [element]. (from Sigumru (I)) Iodine (Symbol: I, Atomic Number: 53, TL 3). 5212 sigumru si.gum.ru [element]. Platinum (Symbol: Pt, Atomic Number: 78, TL 2). 5213 sigureke si.gur.ek.e n. (from gurek) poverty 5214 sigushaape si.gu.shaap.e n. (from gushaap) assertion 5215 sigusiide si.gu.siid.e n. (from gusiid) fascination 5216 siguu si.guu n. (from guu) redness 5217 sii sii n. knife (food preperation) 5218 sii sii vt. show something 5219 siibar sii.bar v. advertise 5220 siidu sii.du [verb]. appear (show self) 5221 siidu sii.du [verb]. appear; show self 5222 siig siig vi. green-yellow, be_ 5223 siig siig vi. yellow-green, be 5224 siigek sii.gek v. bounce 5225 siigek siig.ek n. (from Siig) Green-yellowness 5226 siigek siig.ek n. (from Siig) yellow-greenness 5227 siigiizuni sii.gii.zu.ni adj. Heroic 5228 siigikagis sii.gi.ka.gis n. herb / seasoning 5229 siigsur siig.sur vt. release s.o./s.th. 5230 siigsur siig.sur n. surrender 5231 siika sii.ka n. knee 5232 siikaka sii.ka.ka conj. neither 5233 siikra siik.ra n:up. mountain 5234 siikshi siik.shi n. (from Ikshi) Concentration 5235 siikshi siik.shi n. (from Ikshi) Diligence 5236 siim siim v. navigate 5237 siimu sii.mu n. (from Iimu) Choices (range of) 5238 siimu sii.mu n. (from Iimu) Freedom of choice 5239 siimu sii.mu n. (from iimu) options (range of) 5240 siinakiik sii.na.kiik n. waterfall 5241 siinug sii.nug v. (from siinmer) touch 5242 siiri sii.ri [verb]. rub 5243 siishap sii.shap n. bullet 5244 siishid sii.shid n. bump 5245 siishkum siish.kum -?-. drunk (slang) 5246 sikaame si.kaam.e n. (from Kaam) Autocracy 5247 sikaame si.kaam.e n. (from Kaam) Dictatorship 5248 sikaar si.kaar [verb]. tell 5249 sikagune si.kagun.e n. (from Kagun) Fixability 5250 sikagune si.ka.gun.e n. (from kagun) mendability 5251 sikaguude si.ka.guud.e n. (from kaguud) apron 5252 sikaguude si.ka.guud.e [verb]. (from kaguud) dress (any torso-garment open at the bot 5253 sikakguude si.kak.guud.e n. (from Kakguud) Clothing style 5254 sikakguude si.kak.guud.e n. (from Kakguud) Costume (style) 5255 sikakguude si.kak.guud.e n. (from Kakguud) Dress (style) 5256 sikakguude si.kak.guud.e n. (from kakguud) style (of dress) 5257 sikakuge si.ka.kug.e n. (from kakug) purpleness 5258 sikalure si.ka.lur.e n. (from kalur) displeasure 5259 sikame si.kam.e n. (from Kam) Change (directed/social) 5260 sikame si.kam.e n. (from Kam) Experimentation 5261 sikame si.kam.e n. (from Kam) Innovation 5262 sikamluse si.kam.lus.e n. (from kamlus) description 5263 sikanepe si.kan.ep.e n. (from kanep) zeal (general) 5264 sikarake si.kar.ak.e n. (from Karak) Friendship 5265 sikarake si.ka.rak.e n. (from karak) partnership (trading) 5266 sikarake si.kar.ak.e n. regulation 5267 sikarake si.kar.ak.e n. (from karak) relation (through exchange) 5268 sikarake si.kar.ak.e n. (from karak) relationship (through exchange) 5269 sikarake si.kar.ak.e n. (from karak) system (of trade) 5270 sikarakirgashek n. myth, (arthurian in tone, from Kaalan) 5271 sikarakirgashek n. pledge of honor (binding & elaborate ritual) 5272 sikargime si.kar.gim.e n. (from kargim) concession 5273 sikarkeme si.kar.kem.e n. (from karkem) stress (general) 5274 sikarkure si.kar.kur.e n. (from karkur) prayer (concept) 5275 sikaruu si.ka.ruu n. history (organized account of past events) 5276 sikashdila si.kash.di.la n. (from kashdila) smell (vaporous/piercing/alcoholic) 5277 sike sik.e n. (from Ike) Greenness 5278 sikelane si.ke.lan.e n. (from kelan) prevention 5279 sikepnaare si.kep.naar.e n. (from kepnaar) smell (resinous/camphorous) 5280 sikeshe si.kesh.e n. (from Keshe ) Conduct, proper 5281 sikeshe si.kesh.e n. (from Kesh(e)) Ethics 5282 sikeshe si.kesh.e n. (from keshe ) life course 5283 sikeshe si.keshe n. (from keshe) moral system 5284 sikhaashe si.khaash.e n. (from Khaash) hatred 5285 sikhaddu si.khad.du n. (from khaddu) thickness (of a solid object) 5286 sikhademe si.kha.dem.e n. (from khadem) brokenness 5287 sikhademe si.kha.dem.e n. (from khadem) permanency 5288 sikharare si.kha.rar.e n. (from kharar) exterior 5289 sikhare si.khar.e n. (from khar) allotment 5290 sikhare si.khar.e n. (from khar) permission 5291 sikharige si.kha.rig.e n. (from kharig) tension (general) 5292 sikharshi si.khar.shi n. (from kharshi) bath 5293 sikhas si.khas n. blob 5294 sikhase si.khas.e n. (from khas ) dependence 5295 sikhede si.khed.e n. (from khed) recognition 5296 sikhegere si.khe.ger.e n. (from Kheger) Disobedience 5297 sikhiidige * si.khii.dig.e n. (from khiidig) lauding 5298 sikhinume si.khi.num.e n. (from khinum) behavior 5299 sikhirame si.khi.ram.e n. (from khiram) reprimand 5300 sikhishe si.khish.e n. (from Khish) Coordination (of people) 5301 sikhishe si.khish.e n. (from khish) meeting 5302 sikhishe si.khish.e n. (from khish) planning 5303 sikhudgige si.khud.gig.e n. (from khudgig) concealment 5304 sikhugire si.khu.gir.e n. (from khugir) amazement 5305 sikhuguune si.khu.guun.e n. (from khuguun) annulment 5306 sikhugzaam si.khug.zaam n. blanket (large piece of soft material used as a cover) 5307 sikhulame si.khulam.e n. (from Khulam) Guessing 5308 sikhulame si.khu.lam.e n. (from Khulam) Imagination 5309 sikhulame si.khu.lam.e n. (from khulam) reasoning (unethical) 5310 sikhume si.khum.e n. (from Khum) Drama (genre) 5311 sikhume si.khum.e n. (from khum) theater (as genre) 5312 sikhune si.khun.e n. (from Khun) humor 5313 sikhushe si.khush.e n. doubt 5314 sikhushe si.khush.e n. (from Khush) Fright 5315 sikhushe si.khush.e n. (from khush) terror 5316 sikhuula si.khuu.la n. (from khuula) drainage 5317 sikhuulame si.khuu.lam.e n. (from khuulam) aid (material) 5318 sikhuurgage si.khuur.gag.e n. (from khuurgag) disgust 5319 siki si.ki n. wool 5320 sikigilu si.ki.gi.lu n. (from kigilu) age (degree of oldness / youngness) 5321 sikiike si.kiik.e n. (from kiik) dividend 5322 sikiike si.kiik.e n. division (of things) 5323 sikiimene si.kii.men.e n. (from kiimen) usefulness 5324 sikiirege si.kii.reg.e n. willingness 5325 sikila si.ki.la vi. (from < OHV Sikil) clean, pure, be_ 5326 sikila si.ki.la vi. uncontaminated; pure 5327 sikile si.ki.le vi. Imperial (household) 5328 sikile si.kil.e vi. (from kile?) pure, be 5329 sikilek si.ki.lek n. (from < OHV Sikilub) Cleanliness 5330 sikilek si.ki.lek n. (from sikile) purity 5331 sikilime si.ki.lim.e n. (from kilim) comprehension 5332 sikimnede si.kim.ned.e n. (from kimned) frequency (degree of oftenness or seldomness) 5333 sikizushe si.ki.zush.e n. (from Kizush) newscast 5334 sikshi sik.shi n. (from ikshi) work ethic 5335 sikudre si.kud.re n. (from Kudr > kur) entrance 5336 sikudre si.kud.re n. (from Kudr) Inclusion 5337 sikudre si.kud.re n. (from Kudr > kur) Induction 5338 sikuka * si.ku.ka n. (from ekuka) constitution (charter of an organization) 5339 sikumage si.ku.mag.e n. (from Kumag) Celebration 5340 sikumashe si.ku.mash.e n. (from kumash) edition (of periodical etc.) 5341 sikumene si.ku.me.ne n. (from kumena) comparison 5342 sikumire si.ku.mir.e n. (from Kumir) Diagnosis 5343 sikure si.kur.e n. (from Kur) adjustment 5344 sikure si.kur.e n. (from Kur) agency (ability) 5345 sikure si.kur.e n. (from Kur) Efficacy 5346 sikusuge si.ku.sug.e n. (from kusug) bribery 5347 sila si.la n. animal: lamb 5348 sila si.la n. lamb 5349 sila si.la n. measure of capacity: ~litre 5350 sila si.la n. sheep (Ovis aries) 5351 silaama si.laam.a n. (from laama) yellowness 5352 silagade si.la.gad.e n. (from lagad) musky smell 5353 silagade si.la.gad.e n. (from lagad) smell (musky) 5354 silagamu si.la.ga.mu n. (from Lagamu) duty 5355 silagamu si.la.ga.mu n. (from Lagamu) Information (privately shared) 5356 silagamu si.la.ga.mu n. (from lagamu) trust (duty) 5357 silamase si.la.mas.e n. (from lamas) beauty (abstract or nonconcrete) 5358 silane si.lan.e n. (from Ilan) Dedication (to work) 5359 silane si.lan.e n. (from ilan) seriousness (about work) 5360 silapraake si.lap.raak.e n. (from Lapraak) Communication 5361 silapraake si.lap.raak.e n. (from Lapraak) Information 5362 silapraake si.lap.raak.e n. (from lapraak) report 5363 silapraake si.lap.raak.e n. (from lapraak) rumor 5364 silar si.lar vi. grateful 5365 silare si.lar.e n. (from lar) self-control 5366 silare si.lar.e n. (from lar) self-restraint 5367 silargige si.lar.gig.e n. (from largig) connection 5368 silasede si.la.sed.e n. (from lased) achievement 5369 silashare si.la.shar.e n. (from lashara) hereditary holding 5370 silena si.le.na n. (from lena) pleasure 5371 sileni si.le.ni n. (from Lena) Happiness 5372 sileni * si.le.ni n. (from Lena) Contentment 5373 silesame si.le.sam.e n. (from lesam) logic (formalized process of reasoning) 5374 silesame si.le.sam.e n. reasoning 5375 silese si.les.e n. (from Les) Consideration 5376 silese si.les.e n. (from Les) Evaluation of possibility 5377 siliigashe si.lii.gash.e n. (from liigash) corrosion 5378 siliinure si.lii.nuur.e n. (from < liinur) wrinkle 5379 siliire si.liir.e n. (from liir) pain 5380 silikaare si.li.kaar.e n. (from likaar) reserves 5381 silikaare si.li.kaar.e n. (from likaar) savings 5382 silikaare si.li.kaar.e n. (from likaar) stores 5383 silishii si.li.shii n. carriage 5384 silundage si.lun.dag.e n. (from lundag) understanding 5385 silure si.lur.e n. (from lur) time (the dimension/continuum of past-present-future) 5386 siluse si.lus.e n. (from Lus) control 5387 siluse si.lus.e n. (from Lus) direction (orientation of motion) 5388 siluse si.lus.e n. (from lus) routing 5389 siluukige si.luu.kig.e n. (from luukig) sufficiency 5390 simaa si.maa n. (from maa) article (writing) 5391 simak si.mak n. herb / seasoning 5392 simala si.ma.la n. (from mala ) secretiveness 5393 simali si.ma.li n. (from Mala) Greed 5394 simali si.ma.li n. (from mala ) selfishness 5395 simana si.ma.na n. (from Mana) observation 5396 simanaade si.ma.naad.e n. (from manaad) temptingness 5397 simaname si.man.am.e n. (from manam) delay 5398 simare si.ma.re . (from ma.re) toleration (general) 5399 simargu si.mar.gu n. (from margu) approval 5400 simigaare se.mi.gaar.e n. (from migaar) criticism ('negative') 5401 simige si.mig.e n. (from Mig) Drinking 5402 simige si.mig.e n. (from mig) thirst 5403 simiinuur si.miin.uur . (from < OHV simiin?) Vland Domain (of Third Imperium) 5404 simikrime si.mik.rim.e n. (from Mikrim) Hearing 5405 simikrime si.mik.rim.e n. (from Mikrim) listening 5406 simikrime si.mik.rim.e n. (from mikrim) sense of smell 5407 simikure si.mi.kur.e n. (from mikur) cowardice 5408 simikure si.mi.kur.e n. (from mikur) Disobedience 5409 simikure si.mi.kur.e n. (from mikur) infidelity 5410 simikure si.mi.kur.e n. (from mikur) insubordination 5411 simikure si.mi.kur.e n. (from mikur) laziness 5412 simikure si.mi.kur.e n. (from mikur) negligence 5413 simikure si.mikur.e n. (from mikur) unfaithfulness 5414 simirepe si.mi.rep.e n. (from mirep) Experimentation 5415 simka sim.ka n. Chronometer 5416 simka sim.ka n. clock (chronometer) 5417 simma sim.ma v. pin 5418 simug si.mug n. metalsmith 5419 simugga si.mug.ga n. (from mugga) public order 5420 simugga si.mug.ga n. (from mugga) safety (public) 5421 simugga * si.mug.ga n. (from mugga) law-abidingness 5422 simugga * si.mug.ga n. (from mugga) lawfulness 5423 simukhige si.mu.khig.e n. (from Mukhig) Intention 5424 simukhige si.mu.khig.e n. (from mukhig) seriousness (mental) 5425 simule si.mul.e n:up. (from muli) light (abstract) 5426 simuli si.mu.li n. (from Muli) Brightness 5427 simuli si.mul.i n. (from muli) luminosity 5428 simuna si.mu.na n. (from muna) attention 5429 simurki si.mur.ki n. (from murki) lying 5430 simurki * si.mur.ki n. (from Murki) Deceit 5431 simushe si.mush.e n. (from Mush) employment 5432 simushe si.mush.e n. (from mush) labor 5433 simushe si.mush.e n. (from mush) work (manual) 5434 simuskune si.mus.kun.e n. (from muskun) deal 5435 sinaa si.naa n. harbor 5436 sinake si.nak.e n. (from Nak) Confusion 5437 sinake si.nak.e n. (from Nak) Disability (mental) 5438 sinakka si.nak.ka [element]. Bismuth (Symbol: Bi, Atomic Number: 83, TL 2). 5439 siname si.nam.e n. (from nam) sequence 5440 siname si.nam.e n. (from nam) series (a number of similar things following one another) 5441 siname si.nam.e n. (from nam) synchronous 5442 sindaake sin.daak.e n. (from indaak) location 5443 sineduke si.ne.duk.e n. (from nemuk) digestion 5444 sinigime si.ni.gim.e n. (from nigim) comfortable 5445 siniise si.niis.e n. (from niis) pedestrianism 5446 siniise si.niis.e n. (from niis) traffic (foot) 5447 sinindu si.nin.du n. (from Nindu) ambition 5448 sinine si.nin.e n. (from Nin ) Compulsion 5449 sinine si.nin.e n. (from nin ) pressure (social) 5450 siningane si.nin.gan.e n. (from ningan ) orbit 5451 siningine si.nin.gin.e n. (from ningin) belt 5452 sinukhike * si.nu.khik.e n. (from nukhiku) controversy 5453 sinunegi si.nu.ne.gi . nobility; of/pertaining to 5454 sinupare si.nu.par.e n. (from nupar) excess 5455 sinurgare si.nur.gar.e n. (from nurgar) theft 5456 sipad si.pad n. (from Anglic ) shepherd 5457 sipade si.pad.e n. (from Pad) Discovery 5458 sipade si.pad.e n. (from pad) revelation 5459 sipake si.pa.ke n. (from pake) sense of hearing 5460 sipake * si.pak.e n. (from Pake) Hearing something 5461 sipaki * si.pa.ki n. (from Pake) Hearing something 5462 sipapiise si.pap.iis.e n. (from papiis) blend 5463 sipargiire si.par.giir.e n. (from pargiir) spiral 5464 sipiide si.piid.e n. (from piid) sickness (moral) 5465 sipiide si.piid.e n. (from piid) vileness 5466 sipiide si.piid.e n. (from piid(i)) wrongness (moral) 5467 sipiimure si.pii.mur.e n. (from piimur) requests (formal) 5468 sipikiike si.pi.kiik.e n. (from pikiik) discount 5469 sir sir vt. slice sth 5470 sir sir vi. sure, be 5471 sireke si.rek.e n. (from rek) telecommunications 5472 siremriki si.rem.ri.ki [element]. Rhenium (Symbol: Re, Atomic Number: 75, TL 4). 5473 siri si.ri n. (from Ri) Comedy 5474 siri si.ri n. (from Ri ) humor 5475 siri si.ri n. (from Ri ) Humorousness 5476 sirka sir.ka n. star(s) 5477 sirsuushe sir.suush.e n. (from ir.suush) membership 5478 siru si.ru n. (from Ru ) aggregate 5479 sirue si.ru.e n. (from ru) development 5480 sirukim si.ru.kim n. breast 5481 sirurkhine si.rur.khin.e n. (from rurkhin) meaning (semantic content of a word) 5482 siruukmene si.ruuk.men.e n. (from ruukmen) mercy 5483 siruure si.ruur.e n. (from Iruur) Hypothesis 5484 siruure si.ruur.e n. (from Iruur) Imagination 5485 siruure si.ruur.e n. (from iruur) speculation 5486 sis sis vi. white (be) 5487 sis sis vi. light (shade/color/hue) 5488 sisa si.sa vi. Correct (proper) 5489 sisa -si.sa -?-. legal (proper) 5490 sisa -si.sa -. right (proper) 5491 sisa -si.sa -. proper 5492 sisaane si.saan.e n. (from saan) repairs 5493 sisaapare si.saa.par.e n. (from saapar) systemization 5494 sisaar si.saar n. sibling, older_ of opposite sex 5495 sisadikud * si.sa.di.kud n. (from Diku) justice 5496 sisadikure * si.sa.di.ku.re n. (from Diku) justification 5497 sisage si.sag.e n. (from Sag) Beauty 5498 sisage si.sag.e n. (from Sag) Goodness 5499 sisage si.sag.e n. (from sag) truth 5500 sisare si.sar.e . (from sar) breath 5501 sisare si.sar.e n. (from sar) soul 5502 sisare si.sar.e n. (from sar) spirit, soul 5503 sisare si.sa.ri n. (from sare) tourism 5504 sisare si.sar.e n. (from sare) travel (in general) 5505 sisare si.sar.e n. (from sar) writing 5506 sisare si.sa.re n. (from sare) voyage 5507 sisarege * si.sa.reg.e n. (from sare) voyage 5508 sisasa -si.sa.sa -. prepare (self) 5509 sisasa -si.sa.sa -. ready (get) 5510 sisashma si.sash.ma n. (from sashma) trustingness 5511 sisashme * si.sash.me n. (from Sashma) Confidence (in others) 5512 sisekha si.se.kha n. (from sekha) loyalty 5513 siseku si.se.ku n. (from Seku) yell 5514 sisenaake si.se.naak.e n. (from Senaak) combat 5515 sisenaake si.se.naak.e n. (from senaak) warfare 5516 sisha si.sha n. layer 5517 sishaage si.shaag.e n. (from Shaag) Goodness 5518 sishaamare si.shaa.mar.e n. (from shaamar) collision 5519 sishame si.sham.e n. (from Sham) Honor (public) 5520 sishapake si.sha.pak.e n. (from shapak) invention 5521 sishargiige si.shar.giig.e n. (from shargiig) concern 5522 sishekarek si.she.ka.rek n. Trader's guild 5523 sisheme si.shem.e n. (from ishem) patience 5524 sishene si.shen.e n. (from Shen) Constructedness 5525 sishene si.shen.e n. (from Shen) Construction 5526 sishene si.shen.e n. (from shen) manufacturedness 5527 sisheru si.she.ru n. (from Sheru) association 5528 sishezine si.she.zin.e n. (from shezin) caution 5529 sishigame si.shi.gam.e n. (from shigam) advancement 5530 sishigune si.shi.gun.e n. (from shigun) fatigue 5531 sishiishe si.shiish.e n. (from Shiish) Communication (verbal) 5532 sishiishe si.shiish.e n. (from Shiish) Conversation 5533 sishiishe si.shiish.e n. (from Shiish) Dialogue 5534 sishiishe si.shiish.e n. (from shiish) oratory 5535 sishiishe si.shiish.e n. (from shiish) speech 5536 sishikire si.shi.kir.e n. (from shikir) discussion 5537 sishime si.shim.e n. (from Shim) Carrying capacity 5538 sishime si.shim.e n. (from shim ) lift capacity 5539 sishimure si.shi.mur.e n. (from shimur) adhesive 5540 sishine si.shin.e n. (from Shin) Fear 5541 sishine si.shin.e n. (from shin) terror 5542 sishishime si.shish.im.e n. (from shishim) cargo 5543 sishudi * si.shu.di n. (from shudi) lens 5544 sishudide si.shu.did.e n. (from shudid) perfection 5545 sishuge si.shug.e n. (from shug) negotations 5546 sishugine si.shu.gin.e n. (from shugin) restraint (concept) 5547 sishukage si.shu.kag.e n. (from shukag) revenge (concept) 5548 sisii si.sii n. (from Sii) Demonstrability 5549 sisiibare si.sii.bar.e n. (from siibar) advertisement 5550 sisikile si.si.ki.le n. (from sikile) soap 5551 sisirkagi pi n. edge of a stellar void 5552 sisise si.sis.e n. (from sis) light-coloredness 5553 sisise si.sis.e n. (from sis) paleness 5554 sisise si.sis.e n. (from sis) whiteness 5555 siskur sis.kur vt. sacrifice sth 5556 siskure sis.kur.e n. (from siskur) sacrifice (concept) 5557 siskurek sis.kur.ek n. (from siskur) sacrifice, thing to be ~d 5558 sisu si.su n. 1000000 5559 sisuge si.sug.e n. (from sug) satisfaction (concept) 5560 sisumuume si.su.muum.e n. (from sumuum) denial 5561 sisushu si.su.shu n. (from Sushu) Cognition 5562 sisushu si.su.shu n. (from sushu) mind 5563 sizaalame si.zaa.lam.e n. (from zaalam) arbitration 5564 sizali si.za.li n. (from zali) orifice 5565 sizide si.zid.e n. (from zid) righteousness 5566 sizide si.zid.e n. (from zid) truth 5567 sizide * si.zid.e n. (from zid) law (abstract) 5568 sizire si.zi.re n. (from zir) destruction 5569 siziru si.zi.ru n. (from Ziru) authority (the right/power to command) 5570 siziru si.zi.ru n. management 5571 siziru si.zi.ru n. (from ziru) rule 5572 sizu si.zu n. (from Zu ) Informedness 5573 sizu si.zu n. (from Zu ) learnedness 5574 sizu si.zu n. (from zu ) wisdom (moral skill; the manner of living one's life which produces something lasting) 5575 sizukeshe si.zu.kesh.e n. (from zukesh) obligingness 5576 su su n. Body (personal) 5577 su su n. Flesh (body) 5578 sud sud vi. gnash teeth, to 5579 sud sud n. pound (Vilani unit of mass) 5580 sudir su.dir [intrans verb]. continue 5581 sudrek sud.rek n. (from sudri) length 5582 sudrek sud.rek n. longness 5583 sudri sud.ri vt. (from Sudr) Endure 5584 sudri sud.ri vi. (from <sudr) last, endure 5585 sudri sud.ri vi. (from < sudr) long, be_ 5586 sug sug vt. (from Susug) empty, make_; satisfy, to_ (idiomatic meaning) 5587 sug sug v. satisfy 5588 sug sug vi. empty, be 5589 sugaar su.gaar n. banner 5590 sugala su.ga.la n. courier; official, high-ranking_ 5591 sugali su.ga.li n. official (high-ranking) 5592 sugan su.gan n. metal (k.o.) 5593 sugek sug.ek n. (from < OHV Sugub < sug) Emptiness 5594 sugek sug.ek n. (from sug) satisfaction (actual) 5595 sugek sug.ek n. (from sug) Vacuum (force) 5596 sugek sug.ek n. (from sug) void 5597 sugiki su.gi.ki n. lightning 5598 sugmir sug.mir v. dilute 5599 sukaade su.kaad.e n. (from Ukaad) Extent 5600 sukaade * su.kaad.e n. (from Udkaa, ukaad) Continuousness 5601 sukhaad su.khaad v. defend 5602 sukhipa su.khi.pa n. foundation 5603 sukhipaa su.khi.paa n. fortitude 5604 sukhush su.khush n. foundation 5605 sukkar suk.kar n. (from < Anglic 'soccer' [sic]) baseball 5606 suler su.ler n. envy 5607 suli su.li n. soul 5608 suli su.li n. spirit, soul 5609 suliikha su.lii.kha [place]. Sylea (planet) 5610 sulin su.lin vt. pardon s.o. 5611 sulinek su.lin.ek n. (from sulin) pardon 5612 sulum su.lum n. (from Sulub) date (tree/fruit?) 5613 sulum su.lum n. (from Sulub) tree, date-palm-like_ 5614 sum sum [verb]. sort 5615 sumek sum.ek n. (from sum) order (non-chaos) 5616 sumekip su.me.kip n. batch (quantity of things done/produced at one time) 5617 sumiid su.miid n. Mid-morning 5618 sumiidda su.miid.da vaux. Mid-morning-time 5619 sumika su.mi.ka . basin (kitchen utensil) 5620 sumira su.mi.ra n. knife (food preperation) 5621 sumuum su.muum v. deny (say that X is not true) 5622 sunda sun.da [verb]. win 5623 sundag sun.dag [verb]. conquer 5624 sundug sun.dug [verb]. capture 5625 sunele su.ne.le vi. baggy (be) 5626 sunuru su.nu.ru n:ip. wrist 5627 supeli su.pe.li n. countryside 5628 supeli su.pe.li n. rural area; village; countryside 5629 supeli su.pe.li n. village 5630 sur sur n. friend 5631 sur sur prep. of (owned by; belonging to; associated with; = genitive) 5632 sur sur [intrans verb]. renowned, be 5633 sur sur the letter s. S 5634 surake su.rak.e n. (from Urak) conference 5635 surake su.rak.e n. (from Urak) Congress 5636 surake su.rak.e n. (from urak) meeting 5637 surdime sur.dim.e n. (from Urdim) authority, social 5638 surdime sur.dim.e n. (from Urdim) Dominance (heirarchical) 5639 surdime sur.dim.e n. (from urdim) power (social) 5640 surgineshsir sur.gi.nesh.sir n. embassy 5641 suriis su.riis vi. soft, be 5642 suriisa su.riis.a adj. (from suriis) soft 5643 surkaar sur.kaar n. science 5644 surkarake sur.ka.rak.e n. (from sur + karak) partner 5645 surkhide sur.khid.e n. (from urkhid) smell (decaying/fermenting) 5646 surkhide sur.khid.e n. (from urkhid) stench (of decay) 5647 surkhide sur.khid.e n. (from urkhid) stink (decaying) 5648 surmug sur.mug v. raid 5649 surshi sur.shi n. Cloth (special type of-) 5650 sus sus vi. dry up 5651 sush sush vi. line (up, form) 5652 sush sush vi. queue; form a line; line up 5653 sushan su.shan n. spoon, large_ 5654 sushek sush.ek n. (from sush ) order (linear) 5655 sushek sush.ek n. (from sush ) orderliness (crowds) 5656 sushiip su.shiip [verb]. remember 5657 sushinar su.shi.nar . Reft sector 5658 sushkiir sush.kiir vi. accountable 5659 sushu su.shu v. think 5660 sushunek su.shu.nek n. (from Sushu) Cognition 5661 sushunek su.shu.nek n. (from sushu) mind 5662 suukar suu.kar n. (surname) 5663 suukhish suu.khish v. practice (effort made to improve skills) 5664 suuli suu.li vi. famous, be 5665 suuli suu.li [intrans verb]. well-known 5666 suum suum n. odor 5667 suune suun.e n. (from uun) south (direction) 5668 suuris suu.ris n. lake 5669 suuze suu.ze vi. advise 5670 suuze suu.ze vi. recommend 5671 suuzek suu.zek n. (from Suuze) advice 5672 suuzek suu.zek n. (from Suuze) advisory ability

U

5673 u u . plant: grass, plant (generic) 5674 u u n. Flora (gen) 5675 u u n. plant (a vegetable life-form) 5676 ub ub n. room, small_ 5677 uba u.ba n. (from < proto-vil ub) nook 5678 uba u.ba n. (from OHV ) musical instrument (religious) 5679 ubala u.ba.la n. (from uba + ala ?) musical instrument (k..o. -- religious?) 5680 ubi kem.lu n. ray 5681 ud ud n. day 5682 ud ud vt. toss up in air 5683 ud ud pn:rel. when 5684 uda u.da n. (personal name, female) 5685 udalap u.da.lap n. (from < udalag) message (batch of transmitted information) 5686 uddarnam ud.dar.nam n. great grandfather/uncle 5687 udek ud.ek n. (from Ud ) airborne-ness 5688 udek ud.ek n. (from Ud ) Ballistic flight 5689 udek ud.ek n. (from Ud ) Flight (ballistic) 5690 udgiirnas ud.giir.nas n. great-great-great grandfather/uncle 5691 udid u.did vi. generous, be 5692 udiiku u.dii.ku n. dawn 5693 udir u.dir vt. extinguish 5694 udir u.dir n. sand 5695 udkaa ud.kaa [intrans verb]. continue, be continuous, stretch out, extend 5696 udkaa ud.kaa vi. extend 5697 udkaa ud.kaa vi. stretch out 5698 udkaanek ud.kaa.nek n. (from Udkaa ) Continuousness 5699 udkaanek ud.kaa.nek n. (from Udkaa ) Extent 5700 udra ud.ra pn:rel. (from ud) when... (after... had happened) 5701 udrdim ud.rdim vt. Bestow sth to so 5702 udu u.du ?. Mon * 5703 udu u.du n. (from OHV ud) sun 5704 udu u.du n. sunshine 5705 udu u.du n. warmth, sunshine 5706 udur u.dur n. herdsman 5707 udur u.dur n. herdsman n 5708 ugadaar u.ga.daar n. island 5709 ugama u.ga.ma n. (surname) 5710 ugar u.gar n. animal: omnivorous insectoidal 5711 ugar u.gar n. spider-like pest, edible 5712 ugdadu ug.da.du n. linear measure of 3.4mm (10 rusakum) 5713 ugem u.gem n. rug 5714 ugi u.gi prep. beyond 5715 ugi u.gi vt. peel 5716 ugi u.gi vt. skin 5717 ugiid u.giid n. rubber 5718 ugula u.gu.la n. supervisor, academic/educational/scientific_ 5719 ugumi u.gu.mi n. problem 5720 uguu u.guu n. oven, gas 5721 ukaad u.kaad [intrans verb]. continue, be continuous, stretch out, extend 5722 ukaad u.kaad vi. extend 5723 ukaad u.kaad vi. stretch out 5724 ukaadek u.kaa.dek n. (from Ukaad) Continuousness 5725 ukaadek u.kaad.ek n. (from Ukaad) Extent 5726 ukagur u.ka.gur n. ellipse 5727 ukamuk u.ka.muk n. oven, 'hi-tech' 2 5728 ukan u.kan n. Core sector 5729 ukan u.kan n. Core sector 5730 ukas u.kas vt. scratch sth 5731 ukash u.kash n. arm (shoulder to hand) 5732 ukhe ukh.e prep. except for 5733 ukhergam vi. inedible (metabolic poison) 5734 ukhi u.khi n. (from < ukh) louse 5735 uki u.ki n. blemish 5736 ukramgi uk.ram.gi [element]. Potassium (Symbol: K, Atomic Number: 19, TL 3). 5737 uku u.ku vi. rest 5738 uku u.ku v. sleep, rest 5739 ukuganum u.ku.ga.num n. hotel 5740 ukunek u.ku.nek n. (from uku) sleep 5741 ulek ul.ek n. (from Ulu) distance (amount of space from X to Y) 5742 uligu u.li.gu n. cupboard 5743 ulu u.lu [intrans verb]. Distant (time) 5744 ulumduush u.lum.duush n. filament 5745 ulunkaar u.lun.kaar n. starlight 5746 ulur u.lur v. howl 5747 ulusa u.lu.sa n. vacc suit 5748 uma u.ma n. cavity 5749 umaa u.maa n. front (military) 5750 umaandugar u.maan.du.gar n. discomfort or inconvenience to the extreme 5751 umaandugar u.maan.du.gar n. inconvenience or discomfort to the extreme 5752 umaggi u.mag.gi n. sun, rising / sunrise 5753 umaran u.ma.ran n. Sunday, Senday 5754 umbin um.bin n. claw 5755 umdii um.dii n. cylinder 5756 umenun u.me.nun [element]. Cadmium (Symbol: Cd, Atomic Number: 48, TL 3). 5757 umgi um.gi n. Fiber 5758 umi u.mi n. pasta 5759 umiir u.miir n. hat 5760 umila u.mi.la n. sun, setting / sunset 5761 umilikha u.mi.li.kha n. World of Molten Rock 5762 umir u.mir n. light 5763 umishin u.mi.shin n. oven, 'hi-tech' 1 5764 umka um.ka n. nail (construction) 5765 umnus um.nus n. (from Umuu (vulg)) woman 5766 umres um.res n. pot (cooking) 5767 umshi um.shi n. West 5768 umu u.mu n. woman 5769 umuma u.mu.ma [element]. Zinc (Symbol: Zn, Atomic Number: 30, TL 0). 5770 umush u.mush n. decision, understanding 5771 umush u.mush n. understanding 5772 un un n. people; populace 5773 un un n. populace 5774 unag u.nag vt. detain 5775 unag u.nag n. oven, microwave 5776 unakbes vi. inedible (emetic) 5777 unemsha u.nem.sha n. game, type of board_ 5778 unik u.nik n. oven, 'flash heat' 5779 unkaash un.kaash n. (from < “people tree”) park (public outdoor area) 5780 unken un.ken n. assembly (of people); meeting; conference 5781 unken un.ken n. conference 5782 unken un.ken n. meeting 5783 unna un.na vi. below/down, be 5784 unna un.na vi. down/below, be 5785 unpaam un.paam vi. slope, to 5786 unu u.nu n. dining room 5787 unu u.nu n. sanctuary (religious) 5788 unuumru u.nuum.ru [element]. Samarium (Symbol: Sm, Atomic Number: 62, TL 3). 5789 upaan u.paan . goodbye 5790 ur ur n. being, predatory (generic) 5791 ur ur n. man, warrior 5792 ur ur vi. remote (time) 5793 ur ur n. predator (gen) 5794 uraar u.raar n. motion picture 5795 uraashan u.raa.shan [element]. Arsenic (gray) (Symbol: As, Atomic Number: 33, TL 1). 5796 urak u.rak [verb]. confer, meet, consult 5797 urak u.rak [verb]. consult 5798 urak u.rak v. meet 5799 urakkalan u.rak.ka.lan n. sun of Vland 5800 uranush u.ra.nush [element]. Cesium (Symbol: Cs, Atomic Number: 55, TL 3). 5801 urarne u.rar.ne n. leftovers 5802 urash u.rash n. oven, (generic) 5803 urbar ur.bar n. pile 5804 urdim ur.dim vt. Give something 5805 urdim ur.dim vt. grant, give, bestow sth. (esp. abstract rights or status) (honorific) 5806 urdud ur.dud n. servant 5807 urdud ur.dud n. slave 5808 urdud ur.dud n. subordinate, underling; slave, servant 5809 urdud ur.dud n. underling 5810 ure u.re n. mishap 5811 urek ur.ek n. (from Ur ) Curiosity 5812 urek ur.ek n. (from ur ) remoteness (temporal) 5813 uren u.ren n. probe (for food) 5814 urgiki ur.gi.ki n. factory 5815 urgikiim ur.gi.kiim n. kind; type 5816 urig u.rig n. oven, electric 5817 urin u.rin vi. standard 5818 urishaa u.ri.shaa n. Doctor (witch) 5819 urishaa u.ri.shaa n. Healer (faith -) 5820 urishaa u.ri.shaa n. priest (medical) 5821 urishu u.ri.shu [element]. Aluminum (Symbol: Al, Atomic Number: 13, TL 3). 5822 urkek ur.kek n. (from Urak) Conference 5823 urkek ur.kek n. (from Urak) Congress 5824 urkek ur.kek n. (from urak) meeting 5825 urkenim ur.ke.nim n. (surname) 5826 urkhid ur.khid vi. Decaying (smell) 5827 urkhid ur.khid vi. fermenting, smell of_; decay, smell of_ 5828 urkhid ur.khid vi. smell (decaying/fermenting) 5829 urkhish ur.khish n. eclipse 5830 urla ur.la vt. absorb 5831 urlannag ur.lan.nag n. backbone 5832 urri ur.ri n. map 5833 urrishem ur.rish.em . (from conflated from the roots era (or perhaps liinur) "to be warped or twisted" and rishem, "window" (which represents the means used by the unjust when legal measures do not allow certain behavior, i.e. when the "door" is closed). ) Black market 5834 ursa ur.sa n. (from <ur-sa “distant”) Road 5835 uru u.ru n. city 5836 urum u.rum n. possession 5837 urur u.rur vt. (from ur ) search for, seek 5838 urur u.rur vt. (from ur ) seek 5839 ururek u.ru.rek n. (from urur) searching 5840 urush u.rush n. dusk 5841 urzi ur.zi n. twilight 5842 us us vt. follow; make_ 5843 usek us.ek n. (from Us ) Directedness 5844 usek us.ek n. (from Us ) Follwing 5845 ush ush vi. die 5846 ush ush n. foundation-pit, pit, excavation 5847 ush ush n. hole 5848 ush ush n. pit 5849 ush ush n. Excavation 5850 ushaak u.shaak vt. feed someone/thing 5851 ushan u.shan vi. far (at / to a great distance), be 5852 ushar u.shar n. food 5853 ushe u.she vt. bury s.o. 5854 ushek u.shek n. (from Ushe) Burial 5855 ushenek u.she.nek n. (from Ushe) Grave 5856 ushgiksi ush.gik.si n. Rim Domain 5857 ushnak ush.nak vi. swift (be) 5858 ushum u.shum n. serpent, snake 5859 ushum u.shum n. snake 5860 ushup ush.up n. (from Ushub) mold, brick_ 5861 ushuulikim u.shu.li.kim prep. amidst 5862 ushuushe u.shuush.e [adj adv]. daily; day by day 5863 ushuushe u.shuush.e [adj adv]. day by day 5864 ushuushe u.shuush.e n. (from ushuushe) journal 5865 uska us.ka [verb]. conduct 5866 uska us.ka vt. manage 5867 uska us.ka [verb]. Carry out 5868 uskanek us.ka.nek n. (from Uska ) ability 5869 uskanek us.ka.nek [verb]. (from < OHV Uskanub <uska) capacity (to do something) 5870 uskanek us.ka.nek n. (from < OHV Uskanub <uska) Course (of events) 5871 uskanek us.ka.nek n. (from uska) management (ability) 5872 usshir us.shir n. great-great grandfather/uncle 5873 uud uud vi. Go up; ascend 5874 uuded uu.ded n. village 5875 uugla uug.la n. investigator of patent rights 5876 uuka uu.ka n. ox (heavy-labor animal) 5877 uumash uu.mash n. week (Vilani) 5878 uumgi uum.gi n. epoch 5879 uun uun v. each 5880 uun uun n. great OR south 5881 uun uun n. South 5882 uupla uup.la n. duration (amount of time consumed) 5883 uur uur n. (from < OHV Ub) corner; nook 5884 uur uur n. liver (organ) 5885 uurerkhim uu.rer.khim n. victim 5886 uuru -uu.ru -?-. exalted 5887 uuru -uu.ru -?-. high; exalted 5888 uushrakhur uush.ra.khur vi. potential (have) 5889 uusuga uu.su.ga n. endeavor 5890 uzu u.zu n. Flesh (edible) 5891 uzu u.zu n. meat, flesh (edible) 5892 uzud u.zud n. (from < proto-Vil Uzd) groat 5893 uzudlu u.zud.lu n. herdsman 5894 uzuzir u.zu.zir vi. thoughtful

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5896 zaabir zaa.bir [verb]. descend 5897 zaag zaag n. debt 5898 zaagagsha zaa.gag.sha n. fusion 5899 zaagdiir zaag.diir n. substance 5900 zaagdiira * zaag.diir.a adj. (from Zaagdiir) substantial 5901 zaagriig zaag.riig v. fuse, to 5902 zaak zaak [verb]. (from < gumuzaak) come across 5903 zaalam zaa.lam vt. arbitrate 5904 zaam zaam [verb]. simple, be 5905 zaazu zaa.zu v. stew 5906 zabar za.bar n. bronze 5907 zabardak za.bar.dak . official 5908 zadape za.da.pe v. before 5909 zag zag n:ip. flank 5910 zag zag [verb]. mark; brand 5911 zag zag n:ip. side, flank 5912 zagara za.ga.ra n. socket (mechanical/electrical) 5913 zagash za.gash n. bush 5914 zagin za.gin n. lapis-lazuli; turquoise 5915 zagin za.gin n. turquoise 5916 zagshush zag.shush vt. brand 5917 zagshush zag.shush n. mark (visible traces left behind) 5918 zagshushek zag.shush.ek n. (from Zagshush) Brand name 5919 zagshushek zag.shush.ek n. (from zagshush) trademark 5920 zakiis za.kiis vi. (from Zakuuriz) miserly, be 5921 zakim za.kim n. glass 5922 zakurush za.kur.ush vi. greedy, be 5923 zalaa za.laa conj. about (pertaining to; on the topic of) 5924 zalek za.lek n. (from zali) temporariness 5925 zali za.li v. (from < OHV zal) go by 5926 zali za.li v. (from < OHV zal) pass 5927 zalika za.li.ka n. forecast 5928 zalinek za.li.nek n. (from zali) transitoriness 5929 zalinim za.lin.im n. (from < 'pass word') password 5930 zamiigu za.mii.gu n. bottle-top 5931 zap zap [verb]. empty, be 5932 zash zash vt. same 5933 zashaak zash.aak vi. (from < zash naak) get even 5934 zasham za.sham vi. open (be) 5935 zashamek za.sham.ek n. (from zasham) opening 5936 zashamuursa n. (from < "open road") highway 5937 zashgid zash.gid n. (from same measure') symmetric 5938 zashina za.shi.na n. instrument (legal document) 5939 zashrak zash.rak [verb]. matching, be 5940 zem zem n. lightning 5941 zem zem vi. stormy, be_ 5942 zemep * zem.ep n. (from zem) turbulence 5943 zemisa ze.mis.a n. certificate, certified_ 5944 zemisamuu ze.mis.a.muu n. (from Zemisa) certificate, original/genuine 5945 zepun ze.pun vi. interfere 5946 zer zer [verb]. pillage 5947 zerra zer.ra vt. punish s.o. 5948 zeruki ze.ru.ki . plate (dining_) 5949 zibar zi.bar n. bronze 5950 zibardap * zi.bar.dap n. (from Zibardab) inspector, safety_ 5951 zid zid vi. (from zid) actual (be) 5952 zid zid [verb]. effective, be 5953 zid zid vi. faith, have; faithful, be 5954 zid zid vi. lawful 5955 zid zid vi. legitimate, be 5956 zid zid vi. right-hand-side 5957 zid zid vi. righteous 5958 zid zid vt. sanction 5959 zid zid vi. true 5960 zidek zid.ek n. (from Zid) Correctness 5961 zidek zid.ek n. (from zid) legitimacy 5962 zidirsan * zi.dir.san . President (of the Moot (i.e., Emperor)) 5963 zidliine zid.liin.e [adjective]. (from < law + twist) tyrant 5964 zidzar zid.zar n. haunch 5965 zig zig [intrans verb]. confident, be 5966 ziga zi.ga n. bird (esp. small; domestic?) 5967 zigi zi.gi v. (from < OHV zig) go away from 5968 ziiger zii.ger vt. postpone sth 5969 ziisha zii.sha vt. disrupt 5970 ziishanek zii.sha.nek n. (from Ziisha) Chaos 5971 ziishanek zii.sha.nek n. (from Ziisha) Disruption 5972 ziishanek zii.sha.nek n. (from Ziisha) Interruption 5973 zikha zi.kha n. hexagon of territory on planetary map 5974 zikha zi.kha n. region 5975 zikha zi.kha n. region 5976 ziki zi.ki . so 5977 ziki zi.ki conj. then, so 5978 zim zim n. quantity (amount / number / magnitude) 5979 zim zim n. volume 5980 zimisuush zi.mi.suush n. germ 5981 zingala zin.ga.la n. being, living_ 5982 zingala zin.ga.la n. Creature (living) 5983 zir zir v. destroy, annihilate 5984 zir zir vt. annihilate sth 5985 zirasrura zi.ras.ru.ra [element]. Uuh ? (atomic number 116) 5986 zirgakhid zir.ga.khid n. trousers 5987 zirike zi.rik.e n. (from < OHV rik?) pants 5988 zirike zi.rik.e n. (from < *rik?) trousers (pants/leggings) 5989 ziru zi.ru vi. managed, to be_ 5990 zirunek zi.ru.nek n. (from Ziru) administration (system of -) 5991 zirunek zi.ru.nek n. (from ziru) management (principles of) 5992 zirunek zi.ru.nek n. (from ziru) oversight and control (administrative) 5993 zirunuk * zi.ru.nuk n. (from Ziru) Control, managerial 5994 zishangar zi.shan.gar n. (from < OHV Zushangal) Encouragement (divine) 5995 zishangash zi.shan.gash n. inspiration; encouragement, divine_ 5996 zishek zi.shek vi. (from shek) frugal (be) 5997 zishikhe zi.shikh.e n. line (series of contiguous points) 5998 zishikhe zi.shi.khe n. thread 5999 zu zu . know 6000 zu zu n. tooth 6001 zukesh zu.kesh v. oblige 6002 zukirarru zu.ki.rar.ru [element]. Uut ? (atomic number 113) 6003 zundum zun.dum vt. sand down 6004 zur zur n. opinion 6005 zusakmu zu.sak.mu n. art (creative craft; productive use of talent) 6006 zuur zuur [intrans verb]. cunning, be 6007 zuurik zuu.rik vi. sly (be)