Gomain-English Dictionary
3007 entries as of January 15, 2012

Verbs are listed first by their bare root and then by their active imperfect infinitive. For irregular verbs, those parts of the paradigm that are actually irregular have been included below the root; intransitive verbs cannot take the passive voice and therefore lack forms expressing it. All omitted inflected forms are regular. Verbs derived from irregular verbs via a prefix are also irregular and share endings with the root verb.

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abj (n) teardrop

adlá, adládhí (vi) vibrate; flap one’s wings

            adlázath (vi) quake (ground) [used impersonally only]

            adlázathét (n) earthquake

adhósh (n) element

-ag (deriv.) verb result

agbén (n) heart; coronary muscle

            blunagbén (n) coronary disease

            blunchagbén (n) heart attack

agdárt (adj.) clever; shrewd

aglám, aglámdhí (vt) warn

            aglámmém (n) alarmism

agjáx (adj.) angry

agjáxus (n) fury

            agjáxhém (n) anger

            ékagjáx, ékagjáxsí (vt) enrage

ahhú, ahhúdhí (n/vt) glue

ahó, ahódhí (vt) spare; withhold

ajh (n) a, the ninth letter of the alphabet

akhre, akhredhí (vt) exit

algor (n) circle

            algorín (adj.) circular

            algorém (n) social cycle theory

            algorúch (n) trigonometry

            algordí (adv.) round about; in a circular path

amprá (adj.) coarse; rough

andá, andádhí (vi) wait

angkrá (n) hour

angkrí, angkrídhí (vi) hope; be optimistic

apkáur, apkáurdhí (vi) hurry; hasten

apsólshé, apsólshédhí (vt) estimate

àskái (n) world

askóch (n) planet

ashménj (n) spirit

            ashménjín (adj.) spiritual

            ékashménj, ékashménjídhí (vt) inspire

azbúd, azbúddhí (vt) pollute

azhnú (n) rate

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ábgàlí (adj.) approximate
áddá (adj.) red
            áddáspó (adj.) light red

            áddáshói (adj.) dark red

áfólkh, áfólkhthí (vt) acquire; obtain
áfrón (n) knee
áfú, áví (vi) go (irregular)
            Simple Infinitive: áví
            Perfect Infinitive: ávý
 
            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Simple

éing

áfú

ádh

Perfect

áung

áhú

áthú


            Participles
                        Past: ávén
                        Present: ávéz
                        Future: ávét
 
            Gerund: áváu
 
            Formal Imperative: ák
            Informal Imperative: áféit
 
            Neuter Agentive: áffí

áfwá (adj.) young

ágding (n) emotion

ágdit (n) heart; seat of emotion

ágêrt, ágêrtthí (vi) shrink; shrivel

áich (n) cave

áidách (n) appendage; body part

áigj (adv.) often

áijh (n) lip

            áidze (n) philtrum; the concave protrusion between the nose and upper lip

áilí (interj.) uh-oh; expression of impending doom

áimpráikkí (n) radio [from áinú práikkí, “air noise-maker”]

áinámb, áinámbzí (vt) throw; propel (irregular)

            Infinitives
                      Active Simple: áinámbzí
                      Passive Simple: áinámbzé
                      Active Perfect: áinámbzý
                      Passive Perfect: áinámbzǿ
 
            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

áinónjh

áinámb

áinámbóidh

Perfect

áináunjh

áinámjháu

áinámbáudh

Passive

Simple

áinunjh

áinámjhú

áinámbødh

Perfect

áininjh

áinámjhái

áinámbáidh

 
            Participles:
                       

 

Active

Passive

Past

áinámmẽi

áinámmén

Present

áinámméz

áinámméx

Future

áinámméth

áinámmév


            Gerund: áinámbzáu
            Gerund Locative: áinámpsáráu
 
            Formal Imperative: áinámbzak
            Informal Imperative: áinámbléit
 
            Agentives
                        Masculine: áinámchéi
                        Feminine: áinámchéis
                        Neuter: áinámchí
            Neuter Patientive: áinámcha

 

áinú (n) air

áingk (n) throat

áiól, áióldhí (vi) grieve

            áiólét (n) grief

áishói (n) thunder

áishú (n) lightning

áitthálk (n) anguish

áitse (adj.) proud (negative connotation)

áiú, áiúdhí (vt) breathe

áiét (n) breath; intake of air

blunáiú (n) asthma

áijýth, áijýtthí (vt) envy

ákev (n) hip

ákrun (n) waist

ákh (interj.) bah; expression of disdain

ál (interj.) ah; expression of pleasure

ám (aux.) of (genitive)

ámá (n) color

ámbái (n) jury

ámbléz, ámblézhí (vt) carry (irregular)

            Infinitives

                        Active Simple: ámblézhí

                        Passive Simple: ámblézhé

                        Active Perfect: ámblézhý

                        Passive Perfect: ámblézhǿ

 

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

ámblézŕng

ámbléz

ámblézóidh

Perfect

ámblézong

ámblézáu

ámblézáudh

Passive

Simple

ámblézyng

ámblézú

ámblézydh

Perfect

ámblézíng

ámblézái

ámblézáidh

 

            Gerund: ámblézháu

            Gerund Locative: ámblézzáráu

 

            Formal Imperative: ámblézhak

            Informal Imperative: ámblélzéit

 

            Agentives

                        Masculine: ámblézgéi

                        Feminine: ámblézgéis

                        Neuter: ámblézgí

 

ámblérth, ámblértthí (vt) transport

ámchád, ámcháddhí (vt) paint

ámgásnó, ámgásnódhí (vt) mention (irregular; see the paradigm for gásnó)

ámmáng (n) flower

ámmásh (adj.) red-orange

            ámmáshóg (adj.) light red-orange

            ámmáshǿsh (adj.) dark red-orange

ámmúz (adj.) public

            ámmúzzhém (n) publicity

ámó, ámodhí (vt) add

            ámókí (n) addend

            ámmag (n) sum

ámpá (n) iris (of eye)

ámpú (n) crystal

ámpség, ámpségdhí (vt/vi) continue; perpetuate

            ámpségín (adj.) continual; constant; perpetual

ámúsh, ámússhí (vt) profit

            ámúshmém (n) capitalism

án (aux.) of (partitive)

ánchánt (n) the fourth month of the Ánhrushite civil calendar [from ángk chánt, "autumn sowing"]

ánh (n) spring; oasis

ánnát (adj.) red-violet

            ánnátóg (adj.) light red-violet

            ánnátǿsh (adj.) dark red-violet

ánth (n) dough

ángglái (n) reed

ángglor (n) crop; domesticated food-producing plant

ángglú (n) past

ángk, ángkthí (vt) sow; plant

ángkárráuf (n) the eleventh month of the Ánhrushite civil calendar [from ángk árráuf, "spring sowing"]

ángkrájh (n) jacaranda tree [from ángkráu-zhdáu, “garden-tree”]

ángkréf (n) plant; green living non-animal

ángkráu (n) garden

ár (num.) seven

árbód (n) wrist

árbjeg, árbjegdhí (vi) compete

árdákh, árdákhthí (vt) confess

árg (n) curve

árgél (n) ring; jewelry worn on a finger

árk, árkthí (vt) lock

áhrôzhdú (adj.) liberal

árpóm (n) elbow

árráng (n) seed

árráuf (n) spring; the transitional period after winter and before summer

árvéit (n) ankle

árvézh, árvézzhí (vi) gestate; be pregnant

áshú, áshúdhí (vt) invest

áthýg, áthýgdhí (vi) cheat; defraud

áu (num.) four

            áush (adj.) fourth, as in a sequence

            áuch (n) quarter

            áuf (adv./adj.) four times; quadruple

áuán (adj.) long

            áuánus (n) unit of distance equal to 3.1602 kilometers

áud (n) father

            used as a verb: áuddhí beget; produce a child

áudjháb (n) father-in-law

áudõ (n) ethic

            áudónín (adj.) ethical

            náuáudónín (adj.) unethical

áug (n) link, as in a chain

            pjáug (n) chain

áuhũ (adj.) real; physical; tangible; concrete; material

            áuhúnét (n) reality

            ékáuhũ, ékáuhúndhí (vt) realize; make real

áujhábdázh (n) father of a sibling's spouse

áujhápshiv (n) father of a child's spouse

áukéishún (adj.) electronic; electric (from áukáu áishúwín “lightning power”)

áukáu (n) physical power; might

áulán (adv.) progressive auxiliary; still

áumbj (n) character; moral integrity

áumpril, áumprildhí (vt) decorate

áumik (adj.) grand; great

            áumixhém (n) grandeur; greatness

áunde (adj.) moral

            hwéháunde (adj.) amoral

            áundeshém (n) moral goodness

áune (n) second

áure (adv.) still (continuative)

áuskár (n) seal (as of wax)

            ékáuskár, ékáuskárdhí (vt) seal; put a seal on

áussó, áussódhí (vt/vi) beg; entreat; beseech (irregular)
            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

áussóng

áussó

áussóidh

Perfect

áussáung

áussáuzh

áussáudh

Passive

Simple

áussung

áussúzh

áussødh

Perfect

áussing

áussáizh

áussáidh

 

áutké (n) morality

áutói (n) power, political

áuxíl (n) energy

            ékáuxíl, ékáuxíldhí (vt) energize; excite

áuxílénj (n) vigor [from áuxíl-áshménj “energy-spirit”]

áxú (prep.) left (of)

            váiáxú (adj.) left-handed

áz (n) á, the tenth letter of the alphabet

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badŕ, badŕdhí (vi) itch

bagbá, bagbádhí (vt) share

bagbámém (n) communism

            bagbákéi(s) (n) partaker

bá- (deriv.) -ful

bách (n) name

báhét, báhétthí (vt) abuse

báhrú, báhrúdhí (vt/vi) mourn; lament

báishnŕ, báishnŕdhí (vt) imagine

báijesh (n) synagogue; Jávite community religious center

bákái (pron.) everyone

bákáf (adv.) always; forever; every time

            bákáfét (n) eternity

            bákáfétín (adj.) eternal

bákán (pron.) every way

bákezá (pron.) everywhere

bákól (pron.) everything

bákóin (pron.) every kind; all kinds

bál (pron.) you (pejorative singular)

bálái (interj.) hallelujah; expression of praise

bálsú, bálsúdhí (vt) bless

bámin (n) power, exponential

            vambámin (n) root (mathematical)

bár (adj./pron/conj.) all three (similar to both)

báu (adj.) any

báuf (adv.) any time

báukái (pron.) anyone

báukh, báukhthí (vt) mix

báuló (pron.) anything

báumóin (pron.) any kind

báunái (pron.) anyway

báung (adj./pron./conj.) both; each of the two

báushí (prep.) anywhere in or near

báujáu (adv.) for any reason

báujús (pron.) any amount

báuzá (pron.) anywhere

báxingk (n) identity; personal name

            báxingkín (adj.) positive (in the mathematical sense); identical

báxolb (prep.) throughout

báxhop (adj.) all; each; every

bepsh (n) pristine land

bédái (adj.) full

            bédáishém (n) fullness

bédáu, bédáudhí (vt/vi) fill; fulfill (irregular)
            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

bédóing

bédáu

bédóidh

Perfect

bédáung

bédáuzh

bédáudh

Passive

Simple

bédùng

bédûzh

bédødh

Perfect

bédìng

bédáizh

bédáidh

 
            bédáuag (n) fulfillment

bégbúz, bégbúzhí (vi) coincide (irregular; see the paradigm for búz)

bégnárói, bégnáróidhí (vt) combine (irregular; see the paradigm for nárói)

bégzhbyz, bégzhbyzhí (vi) vow together, esp. in a wedding (irregular; see the paradigm for zhbyz)

bék (prep.) with; (when prefixed) fellow, co-

békáfú, békáví (vi) fit together; (poetic) have sex (irregular; see the paradigm for áfú)

békáinámb, békáimámbzí (vt) devote (irregular; see the paradigm for áinámb)

békámbléz, békámblézhí (vi) confer; discuss (irregular; see the paradigm for ámbléz)

békéim, békéimdhí (vt) associate with; be in the company of

békizh, békizzhí (vt/vi) compose; write music or poetry

békrifwó, békrifwódhí (vt) enlist; press into service (irregular; see the paradigm for krifwó)

békolk, békolxí (vt) connect; attach (irregular; see the paradigm for olk)

békǿlt, békǿlthí (vt) contain; confine (irregular; see the paradigm for ǿlt)

békpálói, békpálóidhí (vt) persuade; convince (irregular; see the paradigm for pálói)

békráshí, békráshídhí (vi) convene; come together (irregular; see the paradigm for ráshí)

békrólgó, békrólgódhí (vi) retort; give a witty reply (irregular; see the paradigm for rólgó)

béxhúshkéi(s) (n) lover; sexual partner

béktréi, béktréidhí (vt) deal with; join in battle (irregular)
            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

béktréing

béktréi

béktréidh

Perfect

béktréng

béktrézh

béktrédh

Passive

Simple

béktrýng

béktryzh

béktrødh

Perfect

béktríng

béktrazh

béktradh

 

            Participles:       

 

Active

Passive

Past

béktrẽi

béktrén

Present

béktréz

béktréx

Future

béktréth

béktrév

 

béktyz, béktyzhí (vt/vi) contend; dispute (irregular; see the paradigm for tyz)

békkhødz, békkhødzzí (vt) summon

békkhrash, békkhrasshí (vi) contort

békhléshø, békhléshødhí (vt) compress; press together; have sex with (male subjects only)

békhlǿngk, bekhlǿndrí (vt/vi) pack up (irregular; see the paradigm for hlǿngk)

békhrémb, békhrémbzí (vi) enter into a relationship or alliance (irregular; see the paradigm for hrémb)

            békhrémbag (n) relationship; alliance

            békhrémchéi (n) boyfriend; male ally

            békrémchéis (n) girlfriend; female ally

bélgjũ (n) faggot; catamite; receiving partner in homosexual sex, whether oral or anal [obscene]

bémmúrt, bémmúrthí (vt) improve; edit (irregular; see the paradigm for múrt)

bénách (prep.) between

bénáfú, bénáví (vt/vi) act as agent; arbitrate (irregular; see the paradigm for áfú)

bénáinámb, bénáimámbzí (vt) interject (irregular; see the paradigm for áinámb)

            bénáinámbét (n) interjection

béndráshí, béndráshídhí (vi) intervene (irregular; see the paradigm for ráshí)

béndrólgó, béndrólgódhí (vt) upset (irregular; see the paradigm for rólgó)

bénizh, bénizzhí (vt/vi) commit (to); enter into (an agreement)

bénnárói (vt) analyze; think critically about; find (an answer) by reasoning (irregular; see the paradigm for nárói)

bénolk, bénolxí (vi) leave a gap (irregular; see the paradigm for olk)

béntsí, béntsídhí (vt) sever; cut through

béntsúl, béntsúldí (vt) intercept; interrupt (irregular; see the paradigm for súl)

béngkhødz, béngkhødzzí (vt) interrogate

béppal, béppaldhí (vt) imitate; mimic

bérrás, bérrástí (vt) begin, start (irregular)
            Infinitives

Active Simple: bérrástí

Passive Simple: bérrásté

                        Active Perfect: bérrástý

                        Passive Perfect: bérrástǿ 

 

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

bérrásóng

bérrás

bérrásóidh

Perfect

bérrásáung

bérrásháu

bérrásáudh

Passive

Simple

bérrásung

bérráshú

bérrásødh

Perfect

bérrásing

bérráshái

bérrásáidh

 

            Participles

 

Active

Passive

Past

bérráspẽi

bérráspén

Present

bérráspéz

bérráspéx

Future

bérráspéth

bérráspév

 

            Gerund: bérrástáu

            Gerund Locative: bérrássáráu

 

            Formal Imperative: bérrástak

            Informal Imperative: bérrálséit

            ékbérrás, ékbérrástí (vt) initiate (irregular; see the paradigm for bérrás)
bérrásshánt (n) the third month of the Ánhrushite civil calendar [from berrás chánt, "autumn beginning"]

bétchóing, bétchóindí (vt) construct; do thoroughly (irregular; see the paradigm for chóing)

bévvolwó, bévvolwódhí (vt) commend (irregular; see the paradigm for volwó)

béxí, béxídhí (vt) shred

béxúl, béxúldí (vt) derive (from) (irregular; see the paradigm for súl)

            béxúlka (n) derivative (as in calculus)

biljhéng, biljhéngdhí (vt) describe

-bí (deriv.) least (negative superlative)

bídh (n) mistake; error

bjásh (n) fence

bjudhj (n) llama (long-haired) [irreg. pl. bjudhji]

bláingý, bláingýdhí (vi) assume; suppose; presume

blék, blékthí (vt) sew

            lublék (n) sewing needle

bléisángglú (n) history

bléisáu, bléisáudhí (vt) tell; recount (irregular)
            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

bléisóing

bléisáu

bléisóidh

Perfect

bléisáung

bléisáuzh

bléisáudh

Passive

Simple

bléisung

bléisúzh

bléisødh

Perfect

bléising

bléisáizh

bléisáidh

 
bloróngk, bloróngkthí (vt/vi) mean; signify

blých, blýtchí (vt/vi) trample; tread

blyn (adj.) sick; ill

blun- (deriv.) disease; disorder

blunchéig (n) hospital

blundrém (n) disease

blýdjhe (adj.) quiet; silent

bopsh (n) virgin

bordú (interj.) expression of encouragement or invitation to action

bordh (n) moon (irreg. pl. bordhi)

bordhrang (n) the fourth day of the week [lit. “moon day”]

bód (n) b, the 32nd letter of the alphabet

bólsí (adj.) strange

bólzhó (adj.) foreign

            bólzhókéi (n) foreigner; outsider

bóndó, bóndódhí (vi) float (irregular)
            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

bóndóng

bóndó

bóndóidh

Perfect

bóndáung

bóndáuzh

bóndáudh

bóshkú (n) surplus

bŕge (n) ribbit; onomatopoeia for a frog croak

bult, bultthí (vi) thaw

búdy, búdydhí (vt) hold

búlbó (n) snow

búrgáhwá (n) railroad [from búrt-gáhwá, “iron road”]

búrt (n) iron

búrtush (n) steel

búsh, bússhí (vi) walk

búz, búzhí (vi) run (irregular)
            Simple Infinitive: búzhí

Perfect Infinitive: búzhý

 

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

búzŕng

búz

búzóidh

Perfect

búzong

búzáu

búzáudh

  

            Gerund: búzháu

            Gerund Locative: búzzáráu

 

            Formal Imperative: búzhak

            Informal Imperative: búlzéit

 

            Agentives

                        Masculine: búzgéi

                        Feminine: búzgéis

                        Neuter: búzgí
 

búzgám (n) fugitive; one running from the law

bwygzĩ (n) grocery; food item to be bought

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chábbách (n) altar

cháhwé, cháhwédhí (vi) laugh

chái (pron.) you (familiar singular)

cháim (n) speed

cháió (pron.) you (intimate singular)

chákrí, chákrídhí (vt) hunt

            luchákrí (n) snare; hunting trap
chákh, cháktí (vi) die (irregular)
            Simple Infinitive: cháktí

            Perfect Infinitive: cháktý

 

Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

chákhŕng

chákh

chóikhóidh

Perfect

chákháung

cháxháu

cháukháudh

 

Participles

Past: chágwén

Present: chágwéz

Future: chágwéth

 

Gerund: cháktáu

Gerund Locative: cháxáráu

 

Formal Imperative: cháktak

Informal Imperative: chákréit

 

            chákhét (n) death; mortality

chálákh, chálákhthí (vi) decay; decompose

            chálákhvo (adj.) corruptible; perishable; subject to decay

            chálákhvét (n) corruptibility; perishability

            náuchálákhvo (adj.) incorruptible; imperishable; non-decaying

            náuchálákhvét (n) incorruptibility; imperishability

chángŕ, chángŕdhí (vt) refuse

chánt (n) autumn

chánú (n) gallows

chár (adj.) fast; quick; swift

chárk (n) fat; blubber

chárxí (adj.) fat; overweight (neutral connotation)

chású (n) guillotine

cháth (n) corpse

chãu, cháundhí (vt) count

cháush, cháusshí (vt) reform

cháuth (n) animal

cház (n) beast

            pécházón (n) zoo

ché (pron.) you (honorific singular)

chéi (pron.) you (humble singular)

chéintróngk (n) foundation

chéintráu, chéintráudhí (vt) build

chéintráuch (n) architecture

chéix (n) tower

chéiz (adj.) female

            blunchéiz (n) menstrual period
chéth, chéddhí (vi) sleep (irregular)
            Simple Infinitive: chéddhí

            Perfect Infinitive: chéddhý

 

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

chéngche

chéth

chéthóidh

Perfect

cháingche

chécháu

chétháudh

 

            Participles

                        Past: chénchẽi

                        Present: chénchéz

                        Future: chénchéth

 

            Gerund: chéddháu

            Gerund Locative: chédzáráu

 

            Informal Imperative: chétréit

 

            Agentives

                        Masculine: chétkéi

                        Feminine: chétkéis

                        Neuter: chétkí
 
chéthón (n) bedroom

chévesh (adj.) equal

chêvóilk, chêvóilkthí (vt) recompense; return in kind

chír (prep.) on the same side as

chíttŕ, chíttŕdhí (vi) guess

chor (n) meat; flesh

            chorín (adj.) carnal

chorwas (adj.) corrupt; morally degenerate

            chorwasét (n) corruption

chó (adj.) male

chóch, chótchí (vi) lie; speak falsely

            chóshkéi (n) liar

chógásh, chógásshí (vt) mint

chóháis, chóháissí (vt) deceive

chói (pron.) you (inferior singular)

chóindár, chóindárdhí (vt) invent

chóindókrádgéi (n) potter [from chóindí édókrád, “to make from clay”]

chóing, chóindí (vt) create; make; render (irregular)

            Infinitives

Active Simple: chóindí

Passive Simple: chóindé

Active Perfect: chóindý

Passive Perfect: chóindǿ

 

            Tenses:            

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

chŕng

chóing

chóikh

Perfect

cháung

chung

cháukh

Passive

Simple

chúng

chýng

chǿkh

Perfect

ching

cháing

cháikh

 

            Participles

 

Active

Passive

Past

chóimbẽi

chóimbén

Present

chóimbéz

chóimbéx

Future

chóimbéth

chóimbév

 

            Gerund: chóindáu

            Gerund Locative: chóidzáráu

 

            Formal Imperative: chóindak

            Informal Imperative: chóindléit

 

            chóingag (n) creation; created thing

            chóingét (n) process of creating

chóití (n) institute

chójéi, chójéidhí (vt) bear; give birth to (irregular)
            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

chójéing

chójéi

chójéidh

Perfect

chójéng

chójézh

chójédh

Passive

Simple

chójýng

chójyzh

chójødh

Perfect

chójíng

chójazh

chójadh

 

            Participles

 

Active

Passive

Past

chójẽi

chójén

Present

chójéz

chójéx

Future

chójéth

chójév

 

chójukh, chójúkhthí (vt) legislate

chǿdh, chǿddhí (vt) murder without direct action

chŕ, chŕdhí (vi) fuck up; bungle; interfere with; manhandle; sodomize [obscene]

chul (n) ch, the 16th letter of the alphabet

chúsh, chússhí (vt/vi) conceive, as in procreation

chúwôk, chúwôkthí (vt) assassinate

chúz (adj.) slow

chý (adj.) neuter; neither

chýth, chýtthí (vt) murder actively and intentionally

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dadh (n) parent (gender-neutral)

daptár (n) glasses; spectacles

dasorth (n) nail; hard surface on a finger or toe

dasp (adj.) grey

            daspóg (adj.) light grey

            daspǿsh (adj.) dark grey

dath, datthí (vt) deliver; hand over

dazẽ (n) ditch

dándáut, dándáutthí (vi) abdicate

dágén (n) mouth

dáish (n) boy

dákh (adj.) brown

            dákhóg (adj.) light brown

            dákhǿsh (adj.) dark brown

dánid (n) face; countenance

dápá (n) eye

dápáu (n) ear

dápsá (n) toe (irreg. pl. dâpsái)

dáputh (n) nose

dár (interj.) oh; expression of discovery or epiphany

dárá (n) arm (irreg. pl. dârái)

dárdú (n) issue

dárég (n) attitude

dáhrìl (n) claw

dártí (adj.) smart; intelligent
dárûd, dárûdhí (vt) think (irregular)
            Infinitives

Active Simple: dárûdhí

Passive Simple: dárûdhé

Active Perfect: dárûdhý

Passive Perfect: dárûdhǿ

 

Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

dárŕng

dárûd

dárîdh

Perfect

dárûng

dárûjháu

dárûdh

Passive

Simple

dáryng

dárûjhú

dárydh

Perfect

dárùng

dárûjhái

dáráidh

 

Participles

 

Active

Passive

Past

dárûndẽi

dárûndén

Present

dárûndéz

dárûndéx

Future

dárûndéth

dárûndév

 

Gerund: dárûdháu

Gerund Locative: dárûdzáráu

 

Formal Imperative: dárûdhak

 

Agentives

Masculine: dárûdgéi

Feminine: dárûdgéis

Neuter: dárûdgí

            Neuter Patientive: dárûdga
 

dárûdag (n) thought

dárûde (n) logic

            dárûdéin (adj.) logical; rational

dárwá (n) finger (irreg. pl. dârwái)

            dárwáze (n) little finger; unit of length equal to 1.6933 centimeters

dávó (n) leg (irreg. pl. dâvói)

dávòr (adj.) brave

dávŕ (n) thigh

dáwós (n) louse (irreg. pl. dáiwós)

dázzháb (n) brother-in-law (spouse's brother)

dázzhápshiv (n) brother of a child's spouse

déikh (n) twilight

dékhe (n) island

dérwun (n) thumb

désh (n) child (irreg. pl. déshã)

déshpéi (n) desert

dézár (n) continent

disshá (n) hill

divái (n) grass

dlákh (n) sparrow

dlasp (n) pigeon

dlez (n) example

            ékdlez, ékdlezzí (vt) make an example out of

dlék (adj.) sour

dléth (n) owl

dlijh, dlidjhí (vt) subtract

dlóg (n) dove

dlúnd, dlúnddhí (vt) reckon; determine; surmise

dlýv (n) stench

dógén (n) jaw; mandible

dógle (n) brick

dóidh (n) bone

dóikon (n) skeleton

dóinén (n) tooth (irreg. pl. dòinéin)

dóin (n) d, the 38th letter of the alphabet

dóinŕ (n) skull

dókhú, dókhúdhí (vt) convict

dókrád (n) clay

dókrik, dókrikthí (vi) prove

dólái (n) smoke

dólbó (n) shadow

dólbón (n) shade; area in a shadow

dóly (adj.) dark; obscure

            dólýshém (n) darkness; obscurity

            ékdóly, éldóydhí (vt) darken; obfuscate

dómb, dómbzí (vt) open; unfold; enlighten (irregular)

            Infinitives

Active Simple: dómbzí

Passive Simple: dómbzé

Active Perfect: dómbzý

Passive Perfect: dómbzǿ

 

            Tenses:

 

 

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

dónjh

mb

mbóidh

Perfect

dáunjh

mjháu

mbáudh

Passive

Simple

dunjh

mjhú

mbødh

Perfect

dinjh

mjhái

mbáidh

 

            Participles:

 

Active

Passive

Past

dómmẽi

dómmén

Present

dómméz

dómméx

Future

dómméth

dómmév

 

            Gerund: mbzáu

            Gerund Locative: mpsáráu

 

            Formal Imperative: mbzak

            Informal Imperative: mbléit

 

            Agentives

                        Masculine: mchéi

                        Feminine: mchéis

                        Neuter: mchí

            Neuter Patientive: dómcha

 

dómpát (adj.) open

dómpód (n) sandal; open-toed footwear

dót, dótthí (vi) exist

dózhú (adj.) obscene

dráchá (n) vulture

dráig (n) eagle

dráiv (n) great-uncle

dráijá (n) border

dráng (n) falcon

drév (n) sibling of a grandparent (gender-neutral term)

drí (adj.) sweet

dróspí, dróspídhí (vt) praise; congratulate

            dróspét (n) praise; congratulations

drynjhá (n) nerve

dudz (n) lump; mound

dúdz (adj.) steep

dúzá (n) dirt; dust

dymbért, dymbértthí (vt/vi) resume; continue what had been stopped

dymbúz, dymbúzhí (vi) reoccur; happen again (irregular; see the paradigm for búz)

dymmói, dymmóidhí (vt) redeem (irregular; see the paradigm for mói)

            dymmóiag (n) redemption

dympráik, dympráikthí (vi) echo; resound

dymprés, dympréssí (vt) reconcile

            dymprését (n) reconciliation

dyn (adv.) again

dynáundánh (n) revenge; vengeance

            used as a verb: dynáundánhedhí avenge

            dynáundángkéi (n) avenger

dynchóing, dynchóindí (vt) regenerate; rebuild; reenact (irregular; see the paradigm for chóing)

dyndár, dyndárdhí (vt) remember

            égdyndár, égdyndárdhí (vt) remind; bring to remembrance

dyndráshí, dyndráshídhí (vi) return here; come back (irregular; see the paradigm for ráshí)

dynnág, dynnéi (vt) repeat (irregular; see the paradigm for nág)

dynnégle, dynnégledhí (vi) return there; go back (irregular; see the paradigm for négle)

dyntsúl, dyntsúldí (vt) recover; recapture; take back (irregular; see the paradigm for súl)

dyngkrifáu, dyngkrifáudhí (vt) e-mail (lit. e-correspond)

dyngkrifwó, dyngkrifwódhí (vi) correspond [compound of dyn krifwó “write again”] (irregular; see the paradigm for krifwó)
 

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dhadz (adj.) warm

dhakhód, dhakhóddhí (vt) condemn

            dhakhódjhém (n) condemnation

dháf, dháfthí (vt) pursue (more positive than chase)

dháim (n) hair, individual

dháxh, dháksshí (vt) bury

dhárshú (n) summer

dhásh (adj.) hot

dhásshábdázh (n) brother of a sibling's spouse

dházh (n) brother, elder (irreg. pl. dháizhá)

            dházhgjǿt (n) brotherhood; fraternity

dhéch (n) courthouse

dhédẽ (n) rock

dhédŕ (n) lintel

dhédz, dhédzzí (vi) erode

dhéixh (n) terror

dhém (n) cup; unit of liquid measure equal to 64.8 milliliters

dhéndá, dhéndádhí (vt) destroy

            dhéndét (n) destruction

dhéndár (n) thimble; unit of liquid measure equal to 5.4 milliliters

dhérvá (n) marble

dhéshtún (n) jurisprudence

dhésk, dhéskthí (vt) try; attempt

dhézh (n) sibling

dhind (n) mountain

dhíg (adj.) cold

dhínggú (n) winter

dhíz (conj.) if

dhízgǿ (n) butterfly

dhízh (n) bark (of tree)
dhlomb, dhlombzí (vt) greet (irregular)
            Infinitives

Active Simple: dhlombzí

Passive Simple: dhlombzé

Active Perfect: dhlombzý

Passive Perfect: dhlombzǿ

 

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

dhlónjh

dhlomb

dhlombóidh

Perfect

dhláunjh

dhlomjháu

dhlombáudh

Passive

Simple

dhlunjh

dhlomjhú

dhlombødh

Perfect

dhlinjh

dhlomjhái

dhlombáidh

 

            Participles

                        Past: dhlommén

                        Present: dhlomméz

                        Future: dhlomméth

 

            Gerund: dhlombzáu

            Gerund Locative: dhlompsáráu

 

            Formal Imperative: dhlombzak

            Informal Imperative: dhlombléit

 

            Agentives

                        Masculine: dhlomchéi

                        Feminine: dhlomchéis

                        Neuter: dhlomchí

            Neuter Patientive: dhlomcha
 

dhløs (adj.) difficult

            ékdhløs, ékdhløssí (vt) make difficult

dhó (n) dh, the 39th letter of the alphabet

dhók (n) steam

dhón (n) mug; tumbler; large drinking vessel; unit of liquid measure equal to 388.8 milliliters

dhózh, dhózzhí (vt) flatter

dhǿx, dhǿxsí (vt) thank

dhréi (adj.) opportune; convenient

            dhréiét (n) opportunity; convenience

dhrok, dhroktí (vt) miss; lack (irregular)

            Infinitives

Active Simple: dhroktí

Passive Simple: dhrokté

Active Perfect: dhroktý

Passive Perfect: dhroktǿ

 

            Tenses:

 

 

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

dhrokŕng

dhrok

dhróikóidh

Perfect

dhrokáung

dhroxháu

dhráukáudh

Passive

Simple

dhrokung

dhroxhú

dhrøkødh

Perfect

dhroking

dhroxhái

dhráikáidh

 

            Participles

 

Active

Passive

Past

dhrogwẽi

dhrogwén

Present

dhrogwéz

dhrogwéx

Future

dhrogwéth

dhrogwév

 

            Gerund: dhroktáu

            Gerund Locative: dhroxáráu

 

            Formal Imperative: dhroktak

            Informal Imperative: dhrokréit

 

dhrŕng (n) worm

dhrýmj (n) puzzle (physical)

dhŕmh, dhŕmhedhí (vt) obstruct; block; hamper

            dhŕmhét (n) obstruction; obstacle; stumbling block

dhumb (adj.) aware

dhung (n) plate; dish

dhuzh (n) brother, younger (irreg. pl. dhóizhá)

dhújh (adj.) tall

dhúlgí (adv.) otherwise; or else

dhúngk (n/adj.) other; alternative
dhús, dhústí (vt) drive (irregular)
            Infinitives

Active Simple: dhústí

Passive Simple: dhústé

Active Perfect: dhústý

Passive Perfect: dhústǿ

 

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

dhússóng

dhús

dhúsóidh

Perfect

dhússáung

dhúsháu

dhúsáudh

Passive

Simple

dhússung

dhúshú

dhúsødh

Perfect

dhússing

dhúshái

dhúsáidh

 

            Participles

 

Active

Passive

Past

dhúspẽi

dhúspén

Present

dhúspéz

dhúspéx

Future

dhúspéth

dhúspév

 

            Gerund: dhústáu

            Gerund Locative: dhússáráu

 

            Formal Imperative: dhústak

            Informal Imperative: dhúlséit
 

dhúz (conj.) whether

dhwãi, dhwáindhí (vt) raze; destroy by fire

dhwázh, dhwázzhí (vt) flirt with; flatter in a servile manner; court

dhymp, dhympthí (vt) quote; refer to

            dhympag (n) quotation; reference

dhyz (adj.) dirty

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eblèkh, eblèkhthí (vt) rub

-echí (deriv.) person in a field of study

edin (n) kin; relative

edlói (adj.) perfect

egái (n/prep.) north

            egáin (adj.) northern

egor, egordhí (vt) win

ehejú, ehejúdhí (vt) extort

ehúk, ehúkthí (vt/vi) vomit; throw up

eltó, eltódhí (vi) differ

            eltét (n) difference

eltóim (adj./prep.) different (from)

ememe (n) gibberish; barbarism; blah, blah

en (n) e, the 13th letter of the alphabet

engèkh, engèkhthí (vi) groan; moan

engkú, engkúdhí (vt) oppose

            engkét (n) opposition

engói (n) ng, the 43rd letter of the alphabet

enhwó (n) importance

            enhwóin (adj.) important; of note

ennú (adj.) less

enúrt (n) furnace

epúvŕ, epúvŕdhí (vt) inhibit; restrain; hinder

erróip (n) ancestor

erújú (n) sky

erzul, erzuldhí (vt) steal (irregular)

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

erzóng

erzul

erzulóidh

Perfect

erzáung

erzulzáu

erzuláudh

Passive

Simple

erzúng

erzulzú

erzulødh

Perfect

erzíng

erzulzái

erzuláidh

 
eshmá (n) fame; renown

            eshmáin (adj.) famous

exólt (n) x, the 44th letter of the alphabet

exhá (n) xh, the 45th and last letter of the alphabet

e(j)- (deriv.) verb nominalizer

ezúl, ezúldhí (vt) cancel; erase

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ébég, ébégdhí (vt) plan

ébĩ, ébîndhí (vi) cry; weep

            ébînag (n) cry; weeping

ébwon (n) strategy

            ébwonín (adj.) strategic

            ékébwon, ékébwondhí (vi) strategize

échá (n) mausoleum

édú (n) é, the 14th letter of the alphabet

éfáchá (n) tomb

éfáug (n) house (irreg. pl. éfáugi)

éflégláu (adj.) domestic

éflim (n) home

éflózhbáu (n) embassy

éfjú (n) bank

égá (prep.) apart (from)

égábúz, égábúzhí (vt/vi) roam (irregular; see the paradigm for búz)

égáhrémb, égáhrémbzí (vt) distract (irregular; see the paradigm for hrémb)

égákhødz, égákhødzzí (vt) abrogate; annul

égákhrash, égákhrasshí (vt) distort

égánárói, égánáróidhí (vt) select (irregular; see the paradigm for nárói)

égdávor, égdávordhí (vt) encourage

égdôd, égdôddhí (vt) pick up; grab

éggírd, éggírddhí (vt) accomplish [from older ék-gjírd, “cause to finish”]

églár (n) lunch

églómgŕ, églómgŕdhí (vt) repel; cause to move away from

égjóldh, égjólddhí (vt/vi) heal

            égjóldhechí (n) doctor

            égjóldhekí (n) medicine

ẽi (conj.) on condition that; provided that

éib, éibdhí (vt) resist; fight off

            éibj (n) resistance; self-defense

éiím (n) cow (irreg. pl. éiími)

            pjéiím (n) cattle; livestock; herd

éikro (n) skirt

éim, éimdhí (vt) lead

éimáud (n) patriarch

éiméiv (n) matriarch

éimgóx (n) incumbent (lit. leads now)

éimóz, éimózzí (vt) rule; reign; govern

éimózét (n) government

éimjúsh (n) treasurer

éing (adj.) straight

éiníf (n) woman

éinívvaléikéis (n) lesbian; woman who only has romantic/sexual desires about women

éinjhe (adj./n) soft; the second month of the Ánhrushite civil calendar

éis- (deriv.) feminine marker

éisech (n) girl

éish (pron.) she

éisházh (n) sister, elder (irreg. pl. éisháizhá)

éisshiv (n) daughter

éishuzh (n) sister, younger (irreg. pl. éishóizhá)

éiv (n) mother

ék- (deriv.) causative prefix

ékáuándrang (n) the ninth month of the Ánhrushite civil calendar [from ékáuán rang, “day lengthening”]

ékbérrét (n) initiation

ékéingdóinkéi (n) orthodontist (lit. “tooth-straightener”)

ékrón (n) library

éktárúdølv, éktárudølvdhí (vt) indoctrinate (lit. make think like oneself)

éktó (n) friend

éximgŕ, éximgŕdhí (vt) attract; cause to move towards

émí (interj.) alas, boo-hoo

émgám (n) loincloth

émmash (n) mansion

énchád, éncháddhí (vi) corrode

éndói, éndóidhí (vt) bite (irregular)

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

éndóing

éndói

éndóidh

Perfect

éndáung

éndáuzh

éndáudh

Passive

Simple

éndung

éndúzh

éndødh

Perfect

énding

éndáizh

éndáidh

 
éng, éngjhí (vt) eat (irregular)
            Infinitives

Active Simple: éngjhí

Passive Simple: éngjhé

Active Perfect: éngjhý

Passive Perfect: éngjhǿ

 

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

jóng

éng

éngóidh

Perfect

jáung

éngcháu

éngáudh

Passive

Simple

jung

éngchú

éngødh

Perfect

jing

éngchái

éngáidh

 

            Gerund: éngjháu

            Gerund Locative: éngxáráu

 

            Formal Imperative: éngjhak

            Informal Imperative: énggléit
 
            éngón (n) restaurant
            lóméng, lóméngjhí (vi) eat out (of the home) (irregular; see the paradigm for éng)
            stáfléng, stáfléngjhí (vi) eat in (at home) (irregular; see the paradigm for éng)
ênggáin (n) lung

            blunênggáin (n) pneumonia

            blunchênggáin (n) pulmonary embolism

énging (n) stomach

            blunénging (n) indigestion; heartburn

éngkróish (n) breakfast; the morning meal

éntésh (n) genital (irreg. pl. éntêshi)

énchú (adj.) smooth

éppúz, éppúzzí (vt) show

éps (n) boss; chief; leader; master

éptál, éptáldhí (vt) reveal

            éptálag (n) revelation

érdle, érdledhí (vt/vi) end (irregular)

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

érdlóng

érdle

érdlóidh

Perfect

érdláung

érdláuzh

érdláudh

Passive

Simple

érdlung

érdlúzh

érdlødh

Perfect

érdling

érdláizh

érdláidh

 

            Participles

 

Active

Passive

Past

érdlẽi

érdléin

Present

érdléiz

érdléix

Future

érdléith

érdléiv

 

            érdlag (n) ending; end; finish line

érk (n) draft

érshát (adj.) strong

            érshátét (n) strength

érchég (n) tongue

érum, érumdhí (vi) pray

            érumag (n) prayer

érvák, érvákthí (vt) suspect

            báhérvák (adj.) suspicious

érwas (adj.) evil

            érwasáshménj (n) demon

            hwéhérwas (adj.) unexpectant of evil

érzá (n) nephew

érzásháb (n) nephew of a spouse

éshtâvor (adj.) mighty; strong and courageous

éshtó (n) authority

            used as a verb: have or use authority

-ét (deriv.) general nominalizer

éth, étthí (vt) use

            báhéth (adj.) useful

            hwéhéth (adj.) useless

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fadŕ, fadŕdhí (vt) scratch

faz (n) uterus; womb

(pron.) they (no specific gender)

fád (n) f, the 28th letter of the alphabet

fádán (n) chin

fái (num.) five

fáigá (n) feather

fáijhe (n) skin; surface

fáinju, fáinjudhí (vt/n) blast; explode

fáu (prep.) for (on behalf of/for the sake of)

fáuhwái (n) tax

            fáuhwáiét (n) taxation

fáukí (n) custom; indirect tax on goods

fáushújí (n) brothel

fázh (adj.) low

fázhá (n) valley

(pron.) they (masculine)

fégá (prep.) above

fégáizh, fégáizzhí (vt) stack

fégákérpálbém (n) paranoia

fégánorwó, fégánorwódhí (vt/vi) triumph; overcome (irregular; see the paradigm for norwó)

fégápálói, fégápálóidhí (vt) manage; oversee (irregular; see the paradigm for pálói)

fégátyz, fégátyzhí (vt) conceal; spread over (irregular; see the paradigm for tyz)

fégáulkói (n) satellite [from fégá-olkkóiund, “above sending machine”]

féglóg (n) arch

féglóngkó (n) dome

féi (pron.) they (feminine)

féidá (n) foot (irreg. pl. fèidái)

féigókh (n) fountain

féimbúrg (n) train

féingŕ, féingŕdhí (vt/vi) travel

            féingŕag (n) journey

féinggá (n) car; automobile

            féinggárush (n) van; sport-utility vehicle

féingkói (n) vehicle

fék (n) gecko

fékkám (n) canopy; awning

fén (prep.) for (in favor of)

fénggásnó, fénggásnódhí (vt) advocate; recommend (irregular; see the paradigm for gásnó)

férgájh, férgádjhí (vt) control

férkh (n) copper

féróing (n) bronze

figjêm, figjêmdhí (vt) fold

fin (n) pf, the obsolete 18th letter of the alphabet

fis, fistí (vi) whistle (irregular)

            Infinitives

                        Simple: fistí

Perfect: fistý

 

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Simple

fissóng

fis

fisóidh

Perfect

fissáung

fisháu

fisáudh

 

            Participles

                        Past: fispén

                        Present: fispéz

                        Future: fispéth

 

            Gerund: fistáu

 

            Formal Imperative: fistak

            Informal Imperative: filséit

fídlár, fídlárdhí (vt) expect; anticipate; predict

            fídlárét (n) expectation; anticipation; prediction

fígj (n) clitoris

fíz (n) snake

fjér (n) pomegranate

fjéilókh (n) centipede

fjǿjhẽ (n) wound; injury

fjúch (n) fang

flái (n) spider

fláu (adj.) hungry

            fláuét (n) hunger; famine

fo (pron.) they (masculine & feminine)

forvá (n) roof

fóbdéth (n) body

fóg (n) floor

fógbe (n) ceiling

fógle (n) story; level of a building

fókhró, fókhródhí (vi) sink (irregular)

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Imperfect

fókhróng

fókhró

fókhróidh

Perfect

fókhráung

fókhráuzh

fókhráudh

 
fǿjhj (n) layer

fratós (n) scorpion

fréi, fréidhí (vt) answer; respond; reply

            fréiag (n) answer; response

frésh (n) table

frói (adj.) sorry

            used as a verb: fróidhí regret

            fróiag (n) apology

            ékfróiag, ékfróiagdhí (vi) apologize

fŕd (n) favor; (as a verb) prefer

            fŕdín (adj.) favorable

fus, fustí (vt/vi) spit (out) (irregular)

            Infinitives

                        Active Simple: fustí

                        Passive Simple: fusté

                        Active Perfect: fustý

                        Passive Perfect: fustǿ

 

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

fussóng

fus

fusóidh

Perfect

fussáung

fusháu

fusáudh

Passive

Simple

fussung

fushú

fusødh

Perfect

fussing

fushái

fusáidh

 

            Participles

 

Active

Passive

Past

fuspẽi

fuspén

Present

fuspéz

fuspéx

Future

fuspéth

fuspév

 

            Gerund: fustáu

            Gerund Locative: fussáráu

 

            Formal Imperative: fustak

            Informal Imperative: fulséit
 

fúbz (n) fog

fúdz, fúdzzí (vt) smell like

fúdrú (n) komodo dragon; large, scaly reptile

fúm (conj.) when (relative)

fúnéim (n) tenure

fúnim (n) time

fwángk (n) report

            ékfwángk, ékfwángkthí (vi) report

fwí (n) fig

fwói (n) date (fruit)

fygzã, fygzándhí (vt) hang; suspend

            fygzánón (n) closet

fys, fyssí (n/vi) step

fýzhde (n) date palm

            fýzhdrush (n) royal palm

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gad (n) metal

gadrúth (n) alloy

gagló (n) bridge

galbód (n) shoe; close-toed footwear

galdh (n) grace; permission; benevolence, esp. divine

galéix (n) generation

galkh, galkhthí (vt) annoy

galzái, galzáidhí (vt) close

gaskó (prep.) right (of)

            váigaskó (adj.) right-handed

gaskrét (n) grammar; civilized speech

gaskŕf, gaskŕfthí (vt) print; write clearly and uniformly

gatról, gatróldhí (vt) exile

gádbáuk (adj.) conservative

gadódh, gadóddhí (vt) treat

gáfí (n) hall

gáhwá (n) road

gákái (n) street

gámút (n) gold

gándø̃, gándǿndhí (vt/vi) increase

gánó, gánódhí (vt) multiply

            gánókí (n) factor; multiplier; scalar

            kjógánókí (n) factorial

            gánnag (n) product; result of multiplication

gánt (n) short-sword

            gántrush (n) long-sword

gárdéng (n) mischief

gáryng (n) wing

gásnó, gásnódhí (vt/vi) speak (irregular)

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

gásnóng

gásnó

gásnóidh

Perfect

gásnáung

gásnáuzh

gásnáudh

Passive

Simple

gásnung

gásnúzh

gásnødh

Perfect

gásning

gásnáizh

gásnáidh

 
            nénggásnó, nénggásnódhí (vi) complain (irregular; see the paradigm for gásnó)

            óinggásnó, óinggásnódhí (vt) compliment (irregular; see the paradigm for gásnó)

            gásnag (n) speech; address

            gásnorngal, gásnorngaldhí (vi) prophesy

            gásnorngaldháu (n) prophecy; the act of prophesying

            gásnorngalag (n) prophecy; a particular instance of prophesying

            gásnorngalkéi (n) prophet

            gásnorngalín (adj.) prophetic

            gásnônén, gásnônéndhí (vt) defame; vilify; slander

            gásnônénét (n) defamation; vilification; slander; libel

gáu (n) g, the 34th letter of the alphabet

gáukh (n) charity; almsgiving; community service; cooperative living

            éggáukh, éggáukhthí (vi) give alms; donate (to a charity); perform community service

            gáukhón (n) housing cooperative; commune

gáxók (n) insect

gázh (n) bird (irreg. pl. same as singular)

géisin, géisindhí (vt) revolt

gélbásh (adj.) yellow-orange

            gélbáshóg (adj.) light yellow-orange

            gélbáshǿsh (adj.) dark yellow-orange

gélshtóg (adj.) yellow-green

            gélshtógóg (adj.) light yellow-green

            gélshtógǿsh (adj.) dark yellow-green

gélý (adj.) yellow

            gélýspó (adj.) light yellow

            gélýshói (adj.) dark yellow

gélshtóg (adj.) yellow-green

gélý (adj.) yellow

gétká, gétkádhí (vt) believe

            gétkét (n) belief

            náugétká, náugétkádhí (vt) disbelieve

            náugétkét (n) disbelief

            náugétkákéi (n) unbeliever

gihwàk, gihwàkthí (vt) respect

gildái (n) glass

gilgó (adj.) blue

            gilgóspó (adj.) light blue

            gilgóshói (adj.) dark blue

gish, gisshí (vt) entertain

gishón (n) den; family room

(n) wadi; wash; arroyo

gídâr, gídârdhí (vt) consider; account for; reckon

gírk, gírkthí (vt) please; cause pleasure

            gírkín (adj.) pleasant

gjam (adj.) confident

gjáumbe, gjáumbedhí (vt) minister to; perform spiritual services for

            gjáumbekéi(s) (n) minister; clergyman

            gjáumbekéigjǿt (n) ministry

gjésní (n) snack

gjírd, gjírddhí (vt/vi) finish; conclude

            gjírdag (n) conclusion

gjõ (n) well; watering hole (irreg. pl. gjóni)

-gjǿ (deriv.) holder of an occupation

-gjǿt (deriv.) occupation

gjǿldón (n) pharmacy

gjǿlt (adj.) healthy; in good health

gléb (adj.) correct

            éggléb, égglébdhí (vt) correct

            égglébag (n) correction; something that has been corrected

            égglébét (n) process of correcting

glebó (pron.) whatever

glegái (pron.) whoever

gléi (adj.) bitter in taste

glehú (pron.) however much

glemóin (pron.) whatever kind

glen (pron.) whichever

glená (pron.) however

glevú (pron.) whenever

glejáu (pron.) whyever

glezhá (pron.) wherever

gloxhá (n) pants; trousers

glóglá (n) belt

glók, glóktí (vt) drink (irregular)

            Infinitives

Active Simple: glóktí

Passive Simple: glókté

                        Active Perfect: glóktý

                        Passive Perfect: glóktǿ

 

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

glókŕng

glók

glóikóidh

Perfect

glókáung

glóxháu

gláukáudh

Passive

Simple

glókung

glóxhú

gløkødh

Perfect

glóking

glóxhái

gláikáidh

 

            Participles

 

Active

Passive

Past

glógwẽi

glógwén

Present

glógwéz

glógwéx

Future

glógwéth

glógwév

 

            Gerund: glóktáu

            Gerund Locative: glóxáráu

 

            Formal Imperative: glóktak

            Informal Imperative: glókréit
 

glǿ (n) sign; news

glŕámh, glŕámhedhí (vi) stand

            égglŕámh, égglŕámnhedhí (vt) make stand; stand or set (something) up

glŕástán, glŕástándhí (vt) confront (lit. stand before)

glŕtsĩ (n) weight; unit of weight equal to 318.92 grams

gódim (n) habit

gódhbúz, gódhbúzhí (vt) hasten through (irregular; see the paradigm for búz)

góf (n) subject

            gófínt (n) nominative case

gói, góidhí (vt) lend

góisõ, góisóndhí (vi) behave

gókrifwó, gókrifwódhí (vt) copy; transcribe (irregular; see the paradigm for krifwó)

góméch (n) chair; seat

góméish (n) throne; seat of authority

gómó, gómódhí (vi) sit (irregular)

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

gómóng

gómó

gómóidh

Perfect

gómáung

gómáuzh

gómáudh

 

góndó, góndódhí (vt) meet; encounter (irregular)
            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

góndóng

góndó

góndóidh

Perfect

góndáung

góndáuzh

góndáudh

Passive

Simple

góndung

góndúzh

góndødh

Perfect

gónding

góndáizh

góndáidh

 
góskó (adv.) now

góstí (aux.) very close to now

góth (prep.) across; over

gótháfú, gótháví (vt/vi) cross (irregular; see the paradigm for áfú)

góthámbléz, góthámblézhí (vt/vi) translate (irregular; see the paradigm for ámbléz)

góthéim, góthéimdhí (vt/vi) pass through

góthizh, góthizzhí (vt) transpose

gótholk, gótholxí (vt) transmit (irregular; see the paradigm for olk)

góthrólgó, góthrólgódhí (vt) span; extend across (irregular; see the paradigm for rólgó)

            góthrólgóin (adj.) transverse

góttréi, góttréidhí (vi) go to the other side; waffle; flip-flop (irregular)

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Simple

góttréing

góttréi

góttréidh

Perfect

góttréng

góttrézh

góttrédh

 

            Participles

                        Past: góttréin
                        Present: góttréiz
                        Future: góttréith

 

gǿst (n) cross; execution stake

            gǿstésh (adj.) cruciform

            éggǿst, éggǿstthí (vt) crucify

            éggǿstét (n) crucifixion

gŕch (n) slave

            ékkŕch, ékkŕtchí (vt) enslave

            gŕchét (n) slavery

gŕkh, gŕkhthí (vi) migrate

guddái (n) buttock

gúth (adj.) thick

gwax (n) oak

gwex (n) soap

gwéldh, gwélddhí (vi) revel; party indiscreetly

            gwéldhét (n) revelry; raucous partying

gwix, gwixsí (vt) claim

            gwixag (n) claim; conjecture

gwŕ (n) chord of an angle

            gwŕungk (n) sine

gwŕf, gwŕfthí (vt) win (a battle or fight); be victorious

            gwŕfét (n) victory

            gwŕfín (adj.) victorious

gwùngglái (n) flute

gwysh (n) otter, primarily the northern alpine otter

gwý, gwýdhí (vi) blow; move a wind

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hádáv (n) calf; back of lower leg (irreg. pl. hâdáiv)

háddlush (n) rope; cable; fiber

hágz (n) shame

            hágzín (adj.) ashamed

            ékhágz, ékhágzzí (vt) put to shame; make (someone) ashamed

            báhágz (adj.) shameful

háig (n) berry

hákrẽ, hákréndhí (vt) embarrass

hál (n) h, the 25th letter of the alphabet

háltók, háltókthí (vi) melt

hámbúz, hámbúzhí (vi) jut out; stick out (irregular; see the paradigm for búz)

hámpálkre, hámpálkredhí (vt/vi) scout

hánáinámb, hánáinámbzí (vt/vi) project; protrude; thrust forward (irregular; see the paradigm for áinámb)

hánéim, hánéimdhí (vt) promote; prolong

hánhlǿngk, hánhlǿndrí (vt) tether (irregular; see the paradigm for hlǿngk)

hánolk, hánolxí (vt) send forward; send off (irregular; see the paradigm for olk)

hánŕ (adv.) forward

hántréi, hántréidhí (vi) advance; make progress (irregular)

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Simple

hántréing

hántréi

hántréidh

Perfect

hántréng

hántrézh

hántrédh

 

            Participles

                        Past: hántréin
                        Present: hántréiz
                        Future: hántréith

hángkrifwó, hángkrifwódhí (vt) publish; advertise (irregular; see the paradigm for krifwó)

hángkhødz, hángkhødzzí (vt) put off; defer; procrastinate

hárbõ, hárbóndhí (vi) pretend; feign

hárvan, hárvandhí (vt) discuss [from hánŕ-vanŕ, “forward-backward”]

háuwŕth (n) obelisk

helvúr, helvúrdhí (vt) confuse

herŕmbê (n) anapaest

hewúmbe (n) amphibrach

hẽ (adv.) as far as I know; to my knowledge; in my experience

héi (n) apple

héigló (n) cider

héiwumbe (n) dactyl

hélbjǿ, hélbjǿdhí (vi) strive; compete pointlessly

            hélbjǿjag (n) strife

héngwád, héngwáddhí (vi) expand; increase in size

            transitive form ékhéngwád, ékhéngwáddhí

hibbál (adj.) blind

            ékhibbál (vt) cause (someone) to go blind

hikty (adj.) graceful; supple; limber; nimble; agile

            hiktyshém (n) grace; suppleness; agility

-hí (deriv.) most (positive superlative)

hídz (n) vegetable

híg (vt) demand

hohrõ (n) lettuce

hóchéi (vi) drift

hói1 (n) gh, an obsolete letter of the alphabet

hói2 (n) nut

hómó, hómódhí (vi) flee; retreat (irregular)

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

hómóng

hómó

hómóidh

Perfect

hómáung

hómáuzh

hómáudh

 
hón (prep.) along

hóndág (n) compass

hónói, hónóidhí (vt) direct

hós (conj.) such that; with the result that

húdán (n) cheek; side of face

húgz (n) melon

húwóp, húwópthí (vt) attack

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hlaglú, hlaglúdhí (vt) hail

hlap, hlapthí (vt/vi) shit; defecate [obscene]

hlágj (n) playa; sink; dry lake bed

hláktúz (n) canyon

hlár (adj.) dull; blunt

hláujú (adj.) official

hléchá, hléchádhí (vi) disintegrate; dissolve

hlén (n) material

hléshø, hléshødhí (vt) press; constrain; harass

hlimhlách (n) breast; mammary

hlimpsor, hlimpsordhí (vt) experience

hlinéng (n) organ (of body)

hlí (n) hl, the 27th letter of the alphabet

hlídh, hlíddhí (vt) satisfy; meet the requirements of; pass (inspection)

            náuhlídh, náuhlíddhí (vt) not satisfy; fall short of; fail (inspection); be inadequate

hlímént (n) art

hlort (n) hole; void; gap

hlódú (n) silver

hlófá (n) neck

hlókrél, hlókréldhí (vi) condense

hlókrép (adj.) false

hlólbó (n) sleet

hløv (adj.) specific; certain; particular

hlǿngk, hlǿndrí (vt) bind; fasten together (irregular)

            Infinitives

Active Simple: hlǿndrí

Passive Simple: hlǿndré

Active Perfect: hlǿndrý

Passive Perfect: hlǿndrǿ

 

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

hlǿngkóng

hlǿngk

hlǿngkóidh

Perfect

hláungk

hlǿnjháu

hlǿngkáudh

Passive

Simple

hlungk

hlǿnjhú

hlǿngkødh

Perfect

hlingk

hlǿnjhái

hlǿngkáidh

 

            Gerund: hlǿndráu

            Gerund Locative: hlǿnjháráu

 

            Formal Imperative: hlǿndak

            Informal Imperative: hlǿnggléit

 

            Agentives

                        Masculine: hlǿngkéi

                        Feminine: hlǿngkéis

                        Neuter: hlǿngkí

 

hlutráid (n) loom

hlúdzá, hlúdzádhí (vt) annex

hlúzh, hlúzzhí (vi) flow

hlýzgj (n) clan; extended family

            íkundlýzgj (n) clan patriarch

            káiflýzgj (n) clansman

            éiníflýzgj (n) clanswoman

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hramin (n) military power or force

hrádz (n) thief

hrál (adj.) dull; lacking in luster

hráumh (n) dick; cock (obscene)

hrázbǿkh, hrázbǿkhthí (vt) criticize

hréimú (adj.) serene; august; majestic; elevated in style or quality

            hréimúshém (n) serenity; majesty; grandeur

hrémb, hrémbzí (vt) drag; haul (irregular)

            Infinitives

Active Simple: hrémbzí

Passive Simple: hrémbzé

Active Perfect: hrémbzý

Passive Perfect: hrémbzǿ

 

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

hrónjh

hrémb

hrémbóidh

Perfect

hráunjh

hrémjháu

hrémbáudh

Passive

Simple

hrunjh

hrémjhú

hrémbødh

Perfect

hrinjh

hrémjhái

hrémbáidh

 

            Participles

                        Past: hrémmén

                        Present: hrémméz

                        Future: hrémméth

 

            Gerund: hrémbzáu

            Gerund Locative: hrémpsáráu

 

            Formal Imperative: hrémbzak

            Informal Imperative: hrémbléit

 

            Agentives

                        Masculine: hrémchéi

                        Feminine: hrémchéis

                        Neuter: hrémchí

            Neuter Patientive: hrémcha

 

hréngk, hréndrí (vt/vi) flex; bend repeatedly (irregular)

            Infinitives

Active Simple: hréndrí

Passive Simple: hréndré

Active Perfect: hréndrý

Passive Perfect: hréndrǿ

 

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

hróngk

hréngk

hréngkóidh

Perfect

hráungk

hrénjháu

hréngkáudh

Passive

Simple

hrungk

hrénjhú

hréngkødh

Perfect

hringk

hrénjhái

hréngkáidh

 

            Gerund: hréndráu

            Gerund Locative: hrénjháráu

 

            Formal Imperative: hréndak

            Informal Imperative: hrénggléit

 

            Agentives

                        Masculine: hréngkéi

                        Feminine: hréngkéis

                        Neuter: hréngkí

 

            hréngkvo (adj.) flexible

hrézbe, hrézbedhí (vt/vi) drown; (idiom) get (a beverage) in one’s windpipe; (passive idiom) be fed up with

hrimh, hrimhedhí (vt) like; be favorably disposed towards

            náuhrimh, náuhrimhedhí (vt) dislike

hrind, hrinddhí (vt) exalt

hringkrá (n) pyramid

hríkj (n) mask; costume; disguise

            nág óhríkj, néi óhríkj (vi) disguise oneself

hrolky (n) bow (weapon)

hróf (n) intestine; gut(s)

hrógléb (adj.) wrong

hrónggá (n) music

            ékhrónggá, ékrónggádhí (vt) play (an instrument)

hrŕz, hrŕzzí (vt) charge (with a crime)

hruxhí (adj.) mature; adult

hrunggí (n) poison

hrú (n) hr, the 35th letter of the alphabet

hrúlgo (n) sphere; orb; ball

hrúxung, hrúxungdhí (vt) appreciate

hrychá (n) arrow

hrychásak (n) dart, either the weapon or the game object

hrỹ (n) stealth; furtiveness

 

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hwaggó, hwaggódhí (vt) accuse

hwamp (n) pea

hwav, hwavdhí (vt) disperse

hwá (adj.) bold; audacious

hwálk, hwálkthí (vt) change

hwámpril (n) chickpea

hwárg (n) fruit

            ékhwárg, ékhwárgdhí (vi) bear fruit; be productive

            ékhwárgéz (adj.) productive; fruitful

hwárk, hwárkthí (vt) focus on; keep an eye on; aspire to

            hwárkín (adj.) focused; ambitious

            hwárkj (n) ambition; aspiration; goal

            hwárkén (n) selfish ambition; intrigue

hwátsé, hwátsédhí (vt) beset; assail

hwáug (n) fort

hwáup, hwáupthí (vt) prosecute

hwáush, hwáusshí (vt) impeach

hweráumb (n) iamb

hwé- (deriv.) -less

hwég (prep.) without; lacking

hwéikrifwó, hwéikrifwódhí (vt) write out (irregular; see the paradigm for krifwó)

hwéilgor (n) tangent (trigonometric function)

hwéissí, hwéissídhí (vt) cut out

hwéith (prep.) outside of

hwéitháfú, hwéitháví (vt/vi) emit; (reflexive) ejaculate (irregular; see the paradigm for áfú)

            hwéitháfag (n) semen

hwéithámbléz, hwéithámblézhí (vt) bring out (irregular; see the paradigm for ámbléz)

hwéitháinámb, hwéitháinámbzí (vt) eject; discharge (irregular; see the paradigm for áinámb)

hwéithizh, hwéithizzhí (vt) expose

hwéithkájh, hwéithkázhí (vt) exclude (irregular; see the paradigm for kájh)

hwéithléshø, hwéithléshødhí (vt) pronounce

hwéitholk, hwéitholxí (vt) expel; send out (irregular; see the paradigm for olk)

hwéithráshí, hwéithráshídhí (vi) turn out; give a certain kind of result (irregular; see the paradigm for ráshí)

hwéizhbyz, hwéizhbyzhí (vt) disown; discharge (from military service or a position of authority) (irregular; see the paradigm for zhbyz)

hwélt (adj.) clean; hygienic

            ékhwélt, ékhwéltthí (vt) clean; sanitize

hwépkárd (n) harp; plucked musical instrument

hwépósh, hwépósshí (vt) strike; hit; punch; slap

            luhwépósh (n) hammer

hwért (n) summit; peak; (metaph.) orgasm

hwidgǿ, hwídgǿdhí (vt) beat; strike or hit repeatedly so as to break apart

hwigbár (n) hotel

hwigẽ (n) inn

hwigzá (n) tomato

hwimp (n) flavor

hwing (n) tar; pitch

hwin (n) hw, the 22nd letter of the alphabet

hwis, hwistí (vt) wipe (irregular)

            Infinitives

                        Active Simple: hwistí

                        Passive Simple: hwisté

                        Active Perfect: hwistý

                        Passive Perfect: hwistǿ

 

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

hwissóng

hwis

hwisóidh

Perfect

hwissáung

hwisháu

hwisáudh

Passive

Simple

hwissung

hwishú

hwisødh

Perfect

hwissing

hwishái

hwisáidh

 

            Participles

                        Past: hwispén

                        Present: hwispéz

                        Future: hwispéth

 

            Gerund: hwistáu

            Gerund Locative: hwissáráu

 

            Formal Imperative: hwistak

            Informal Imperative: hwilséit
 

hwíd (adj.) lightweight

hwídéi (n) paragraph; stanza of a poem

hwíféjh, hwífédjhí (vt) kick

hwíkásh, hwíkásshí (vt) neglect

hwĩ (n) ethnicity; race; people

            hwínín (adj.) ethnic

            káifwĩ (n) ethnic kinsman

            éinífwĩ (n) ethnic kinswoman

hwok (n) year

hwor (n) gas

hwox (n) voice

hwódh, hwóddhí (vt) provoke

hwóig (n) drink; beverage

            ékhwóig, ékhwóigdhí (vt) give a drink to

hwójh, hwódjhí (vt/vi) split

hwósh, hwósshí (vt) rape

hwózge (n) goose

hwø̃ (adv.) repeatedly; around (frequentative)

hwǿnadlá, hwǿnadládhí (vi) have an orgasm or seizure

hwǿnadlag (n) orgasm; seizure

            ékhwǿnadlá, ékhwǿnadládhí (vt) give (someone) an orgasm; make (someone) come

hwŕt, hwŕthí (vt/vi) fight (irregular)

            Infinitives

Active Simple: hwŕthí

Passive Simple: hwŕthé

                        Active Perfect: hwŕthý

                        Passive Perfect: hwŕthǿ

 

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

hwŕng

hwŕt

hwŕtóidh

Perfect

hwŕáung

hwŕcháu

hwŕtáudh

Passive

Simple

hwŕung

hwŕchú

hwŕtødh

Perfect

hwŕing

hwŕchái

hwŕtáidh

 

            Participles

                        Past: hwŕntén

                        Present: hwŕntéz

                        Future: hwŕntéth

 

            Gerund: hwŕtháu

 

            Formal Imperative: hwŕthak

            Informal Imperative: hwŕtréit

 

            Agentives

                        Masculine: hwŕchéi

                        Feminine: hwŕchéis

                        Neuter: hwŕchí
 

hwú (adj.) eager

hwymb (n) meter (of poetry)

hwýmbe (n) trochee

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ibí, ibídhí (vt) demonstrate

idléch (n) pig

igbái (prep.) despite; though

ikhlý (adj.) empty

            ékikhlý, ékikhlýdhí (vt) empty (something); (reflexive) relieve oneself

            ékikhlýjón (n) lavatory; restroom

            stirékikhlýka (n) (euph.) toilet; diaper

ikhum (n) witch

ildú (n) poll

ilf, ilfthí (vt) protect

ilkh, ilkhthí (vt) defend, combat

            ilkkhí (n) shield

illí (adj.) thirsty

            illét (n) thirst; drought

ilth, iltthí (vt) defend, legal

imhláing (n) miracle

imhrói (adv.) only; exclusively

inhléim, inhléimdhí (vt) exhort; admonish

ing (adj.) flat

ingkrát (n) plane; two-dimensional bounded region

ippú (n) axis (geometric or rotational)

            ippúngk (n) radius; half of an axis

            istippúngk (n) radian; angle measuring 1/2π of a circle, or appx. 45.83662 Ánhrushite degrees

irz (n) child of a sibling (gender-neutral)

iste (n) line

itká (n) i, the first letter of the alphabet

izh, izzhí (vt) place; put

izhbév, izhbévdhí (vt/vi) submit; place oneself under another’s authority

izhóv, izhóvdhí (vt) subdue; demote

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ĩ, índhí (n/vt) risk

íbéis, íbéissí (vt) dance

íbém (n) goat (irreg. pl. îbéim)

íddø (n) pile; heap

            ékíddø, ékíddødhí (vt) pile up; heap up

ífén, íféndhí (n/vi) reason

            ífénét (n) reasoning

            íféném (n) rationality

            ífénín (adj.) rational

            náuífenín (adj.) irrational

ígás, ígássí (vt) preach; give a persuasive oration

íjáió, íjáiódhí (vt) trust

íjákh (n) sheep; pygmy llama (irreg. pl. îjáikh)

            pjíjákh (n) flock (irreg. pl. pjîjáikh)

íját (n) capital; center of a government

íkó, íkódhí (vt) smuggle

íkund (n) lord

íl (n) í, the second letter of the alphabet

ímbóz (n) bull

-ín (deriv.) adjectivizer

índró, índródhí (vt) arrange; ordain; set in order

            índrag (n) arrangement; ordinance

ínggadh, ínggaddhí (vi) contract; decrease in size

            transitive form ékínggadh, ékínggaddhí

ínggjáu (adj.) fine in consistency or texture

íngk (n) side

íngkré (n) rectangle

ípjyv, ípjyvdhí (vt) flaunt; show off; proudly display

íppákh, íppákhthí (vt) guard

írráis, írráissí (vt/vi) benefit

ís (conj.) and

ítrách, ítrátchí (vi) worry

íttø (num.) thousand; 1728

ízú, ízúdhí (vt) juggle; play a trick on

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(conj.) why (relative)

jádár (n) religion

jágú, jágúdhí (vt) obey

            jágét (n) obedience

            jágýn (adj.) obedient

            náujágú, náujágúdhí (vt) disobey

            náujágét (n) disobedience

            náujágýn (adj.) disobedient

jáháv (interj.) goodbye

jái (adj.) intense; acute

jáiú (n) faith; knowing the unknowable

jákái (n) priest

jánnge (num.) hundred; 144

járang (n) the seventh and last day of the week [contraction of jávé rang, “Yahweh’s daj”]

jáu (n) god

            jáuón (n) temple

            jáuze (n) idol [lit. “little god”]

            jáumém (n) theism

            náujáumém (n) atheism

            náujáuként (n) atheist

jáukhár (n) the sixth month of the Ánhrushite civil calendar [lit. “god month”]

jáurvǿkú (n) right; divine entitlement

jájáuz (n) soul

jérpám (n) knuckle

jifle (vt) pass

jíhwái (n) night

jîzói, jîzóidhí (vt) aim

jondó, jondódhí (vi) bounce (irregular)

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

jondóng

jondó

jondóidh

Perfect

jondáung

jondáuzh

jondáudh

 
jorpe (n) navel

jorwá (prep./conj.) because (of); due to

(aux.) emphatic auxiliary

jóchó (vt) ride (irregular)

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

jóchóng

jóchó

jóchóidh

Perfect

jócháung

jócháuzh

jócháudh

Passive

Simple

jóchung

jóchúzh

jóchødh

Perfect

jóching

jócháizh

jócháidh

 
jól (n) j, the 37th letter of the alphabet

jómó (n) barge

jón (n) room (irreg. pl. jóin)

jônái (n) mist

jónggláxh (adj.) angry in a violent way; raging

            jónggláxshém, jónggláxshémdhí (n/vi) rage; violent anger

jóp (adj.) normal

jølchó (adj.) foolish with money, whether spending when one should be saving or vice versa

            jølchóshém (n) financial foolishness

            jølchókéi (n) fool with money; spendthrift

jǿn, jǿndhí (vi) dissent

jŕjh, jŕdjhí (vt) repress

jubói (n) trial

juglóing, juglóingdhí (vt) administer

juktód (n) standard

juléish (n) intern

jund, junddhí (vt/vi) work

            jundenén (n) toil; useless labor

            ékjund, ékjúnddhí (vt) employ; put to work

            ékjundekái(s) (n) employee

            ékjundekéi(s) (n) employer

            békjund, békjunddhí (vi) collaborate; work together

            békjundekéi(s) (n) collaborator; coworker

junggám (n) business; commercial or mercantile activity; line of work; career

            junggámón (n) office (location, usually larger than a room or cubicle)

jus (conj.) how much (relative)

jushú (adj.) clear; easily understood

            ékjushú, ékjushúdhí (vt) explain

            ékjushag (n) explanation; account (as in judgment)

juthí (adj.) worthy

júbúd, júbúddhí (vt) release; let go of

júch, jútchí (vt) study

júfún (pron.) when?

júglákh, júglákhthí (vi) rebel

júfáin, júfáindhí (vt) restrict

júhól (pron.) what?

júhwó (n) policy

jújh, júdjhí (vt/vi) stop

            jújhón (n) station (as of a railroad)

            jújhónus (n) terminal (either rail or air)

júkái (pron.) who?

júkhám (n) law

júkhámmém (n) legalism

            hwéjúkhám (adj.) lawless

            hwéjúkhámpshém (n) lawlessness

júl (num.) nine

júló (pron.) which?

júlsháp (n) economy

júmád, júmáddhí (vt) accrue

júmóin (pron.) what kind?

júná (pron.) how?

júrp (n) week

jússéing (n) solstice

júsh (n) money

júshtóm (n) account

júwôzdín (n) politics

júxí (adj.) best

júxú (adj.) better

jújá (pron.) why?

jújús (pron.) how much?

júzát (pron.) where?

júznã, júznándhí (vt) trade

júzh (n) wages; salary

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jháfámbléz, jháfámblézhí (vt/vi) exaggerate (irregular; see the paradigm for ámbléz)

jháfé (prep.) beyond; exceeding

jháféméjú, jháféméjúdhí (vt) transform; modify

            jháféméjét (n) transformation; modification; (mathematical) function

jháfétréi, jháfétréidhí (vi) disembark (on a journey); set sail (irregular)

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Simple

jháfétréing

jháfétréi

jháfétréidh

Perfect

jháfétréng

jháfétrézh

jháfétrédh

 

            Participles

                        Past: jháfétréin

                        Present: jháfétréiz

                        Future: jháfétréith

jháfókh (n) flood

jhái (num.) eleven

jháim, jháimdhí (vt) establish

jhákón (n) property

jhákráng (n) salt

jhákj, jhákjídhí (vt) arrest

jhámb (prep.) beside; next to

jhekóind, jhekóinddhí (n/vi) sweat

jherrái, jherráidhí (vt) grind

jhé- (deriv.) government; -ocracy

jhéi (adj.) extreme

jhésh, jhésshí (vt) reap; harvest

jhévǿkú (n) privilege; revocable man-given entitlement

jhézh (n) grandchild (irreg. pl. jhézhã)

jhiv (n) grandson

jhídh, jhíddhí (vi) rest; relax; not do work

jhíkhwáim (n) mine

jhílúsh, jhílússhí (vt) expend

jhímákj (n) chip; flake

jhír (n) province; administrative division/region of a country, esp. Ánhrush

jhohing, jhohindí (vi) rot; spoil (irregular)

            Simple Infinitive: jhohindí

Perfect Infinitive: jhohindý

 

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

jhohŕng

jhohing

jhohidh

Perfect

jhoháung

jhoháunjhe

jhoháudh

 

            Participles

                        Past: jhohimbén

                        Present: jhohimbéz

                        Future: jhohimbéth

 

            Gerund: jhohindáu

            Gerund Locative: jhohintsáráu

 

            Formal Imperative: jhohindak

            Informal Imperative: jhohindléit
 
            jhohimbén (adj.) rotten [irreg. past participle of jhohing “rot”]

jhor (n) jh, the 31st letter of the alphabet

jhó (adv.) very, degree 1

jhói (adv.) very, degree 3

jhóske (adj.) last; final

jhø (adv.) very, degree 2

jhŕá, jhŕádhí (vt) depend or rely on

jhŕáu (adj.) dependent

jhúm (n) grape

jhúmgló (n) wine

jhúsh (n) bill; tab; invoice

jhynhrolv (n) hymn; psalm; song used in worship

jhýgzhí (adj.) obese; negatively fat

jhýhrõ (adj.) absolute; not needing a context

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kaktí (n) pasta, generically; also noodles

kamârk (n) shirt

kamil, kamildhí (vt) clothe; dress

            kamilag (n) clothing

kazhund (n) tool; utensil

            kazhundínt (n) instrumental case

kazách (n) thing

káhwó, káhwódhí (vi) sublime; change state from solid to gas

káif (n) man

káikól (n) city

káipal, káipaldhí (vt) witness

            káipalkéi (n) witness

            káipalét (n) testimony

káipallókrép (n) perjurer; false witness

            káipallókrépét (n) perjury; false testimony

            nág ókáipallókrép, néi ókáipallókrép (vi) perjure oneself; testify falsely

káivvaléikéi (n) homosexual man, i.e. one with no romantic or sexual desire for females whatsoever

káixe (n) community

káj, kázhí (vt) have; possess (irregular)

            Infinitives

                        Active Simple: kázhí

                        Passive Simple: kázhé

                        Active Perfect: kázhý

                        Passive Perfect: kázhǿ

 

            Tenses:

 

 

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

káuóng

kájh

kóid

Perfect

káuáung

kájháu

káud

Passive

Simple

káuung

kájhú

káid

Perfect

káuing

kájhái

káiid

 

            Participles

 

Active

Passive

Past

kãi

kan

Present

kaz

kax

Future

kath

kav

 

            Gerund: kázháu

 

            Formal Imperatives: kázhak, kázhakh, kázhok, kázhokh

            Informal Imperatives: káuléit, káuléich, káulóit, káulóich

 

            Agentives

                        Masculine: kázgéi

                        Feminine: kázgéis

                        Neuter: kázgí

            Patientives

                        Masculine: kázgái

                        Feminine: kázgáis

                        Neuter: kázga
 

            kájhínt (n) genitive case

kákh (adj.) bitter in emotion; acrid

kál (adj.) rare

kálás (n) dictator; tyrant

kálb (n) lamp; lantern; flashlight; muse; source of inspiration

kálke, kálkedhí (vi) be motionless; hover; stay still; be inert

            kálkefáijhekí (n) hovercraft

kálŕ (adj.) happy

            kálŕshém (n) happiness

            ékkálŕ, ékkálŕdhí (vt) delight

kálth, káltthí (vt) celebrate

kálthét (n) celebration

kám (conj.) but; however; yet

kámmáu (n) fur

kánhró, kánhródhí (vi) rise (irregular)

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

kánhróng

kánhró

kánhróidh

Perfect

kánhráung

kánhráuzh

kánhráudh

 

            Participles

                        Past: kánhrõi

                        Present: kánhróiz

                        Future: kánhróith
 

            transitive form ékkánhró, ékkánhródhí: raise; get up (irregular; see the paradigm for kánhró)

kárîm (n) bowl; large round container; unit of dry measure equal to 1.8208 liters

kártí (n) thread

kártósh, kártósshí (vi) crash; collide

kártýzh (n) string, as of a musical instrument

kárwóch, kárwótchí (vt) comfort

káu (conj.) who (relative)

káuzh, káuzzhí (vt) own

kedh (adj.) thin

kegáhét (n) width

kenú (adj.) private

(pron.) he

kéf (n) person

            pékéf (n) crowd; multitude; host

kéikkris (n) cream

kélt (adj.) solid

kénd (n) group

-(k)ént (deriv.) inhabitant or follower

kérkjép, kérkjépthí (vt/vi) search; seek

            kérkjépvo (adj.) searchable

            náukérkjépvo (adj.) unsearchable

kérkh, kérkhthí (vt) observe; look at details of

kérp (n) vigil; continuous watching

            kérpín (adj.) vigilant

kérpál, kérpáldhí (vt) watch; monitor

            fégákérpálbém (n) paranoia

kétsó (adj.) righteous

            kétsóshém (n) righteousness

kilth (n) dog

kingk (n) jackal

kíchá, kíchádhí (vt) confirm; affirm

kírb (adj.) bright; full of light

kírt, kírtthí (vt) restore

kíský (n) coyote

kíx (n) wolf

kjád (n) tradition

kjáind (adj) sure; certain

kjélth, kjéltthí (vt) bathe

            kjélthét (n) bath; unit of liquid measure equal to 6.2208 liters

            kjélthón (n) bathhouse; bathroom

kjéng (n) meal

kjérv (n) glory

            ékkjérv, ékkjérvdhí (vt) glorify

            bákjérv (adj.) glorious

kjoró (n) abdomen (irreg. pl. kjòrói)

kjó (prep.) down

kjóhléshø, kjóhléshødhí (vt) oppress; commit injustice upon

kjóhrémb, kjóhrémbzí (vt) strip away; pull down; tear down (irregular; see the paradigm for hrémb)

kjóling, kjólindí (vt) turn off (irregular)

            Infinitives

Active Simple: kjólindí

Passive Simple: kjólindé

Active Perfect: kjólindý

Passive Perfect: kjólindǿ

 

            Tenses:

Past

Present

Future

Active

Simple

kjólŕng

kjóling

kjólóidh

Perfect

kjóláung

kjóláunjhe

kjóláudh

Passive

Simple

kjólung

kjólúnjhe

kjólødh

Perfect

kjólíng

kjóláinjhe

kjóláidh

 

            Participles

                        Past: kjólimbén

                        Present: kjólimbéz

                        Future: kjólimbéth

 

            Gerund: kjólindáu

            Gerund Locative: kjólintsáráu

 

            Formal Imperative: kjólindak

            Informal Imperative: kjólindléit

 

kjóshkóth, kjóshkótthí (vt/vi) break down; crush; decompose

kjówolk, kjówolxí (vi) descend by birth (irregular; see the paradigm for olk)

kjówǿlt, kjówǿlthí (vt) suppress (irregular; see the paradigm for ǿlt)

kjølshã (n) health

kjydz, kjydzzí (vt) limit; impede; restrict

            náukjydzín (adj.) infinite; unlimited; unrestricted

            náukjydzét (n) infinity

kohléshø, kohléshødhí (vt) overthrow; overwhelm

kohlǿngk, kohlǿndrí (vt) obligate (irregular; see the paradigm for hlǿngk)

kokái (adj.) pink

            kokáióg (adj.) light pink

            kokáiǿsh (adj.) dark pink

koltrú (n) maxim; precept; principle; rule of thumb

kos (prep.) opposite; facing; across from

kosáfú, kosáví (vt) go to meet (irregular; see the paradigm for áfú)

kosámbléz, kosámblézhí (vt) present; bestow (irregular; see the paradigm for ámbléz)

kosáinámb, kosáinámbzí (vt) cast; put forth (irregular; see the paradigm for áinámb)

koséim, koséimdhí (vt/vi) wrinkle

kosín (adj.) opposite; negative (in the mathematical sense)

kosolk, kosolxí (vt) omit (irregular; see the paradigm for olk)

kossí, kossídhí (vt) slay [more poetic form of kill]

kostyz, kostyzhí (vt) allege in excuse (irregular; see the paradigm for tyz)

koshkém (n) gum; soft tissue around the teeth

kosshóing, kosshóindí (vt/vi) check; verify (irregular; see the paradigm for chóing)

koth (n) object (grammatical)

            kothínt (n) accusative case

kozbúz, kozbúzhí (vi) come to mind (irregular; see the paradigm for búz)

kói, kóidhí (vt) sell (irregular)

            Tenses:

Past

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kóing

kói

kóidh

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káung

káuzh

káudh

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kung

kúzh

kødh

Perfect

king

káizh

káidh

 
kóindáráuk (n) computer (from kóiund-dárûde áukéishún “electronic logic machine”)

kóinh (adj.) ambivalent

Kóipér (title) Mister; Sir (on its own)

kóitréng (n) scales

kóiund (n) machine

kólge (adj.) local

kóli (n) major

kólómh (n) family

kólómhrang (n) the first day of the week [lit. “family day”]

            kólómhus (n) tribe

            pékólómh (n) neighborhood

kómbó, kómbódhí (vi) descend
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kómbóng

kómbó

kómbóidh

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kómbáung

kómbáuzh

kómbáudh

 
            kómbét (n) descent

kón (n) k, the 17th letter of the alphabet

kóndø, kóndødhí (vi) lie down; recline (irregular)

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kóndøng

kóndø

kóndǿdh

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kóndáung

kóndáuzh

kóndáudh

 

            ékkóndø, ékkóndødhí (vt) lay down; put down (irregular; see the paradigm for kóndø)

kóntor, kóntordhí (vi) struggle; have difficulty

kótsúsh, kótsússhí (vt) value; (passive usage) be worth

kóvó, kóvódhí (vi) wallow (irregular)

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kóvóng

kóvó

kóvóidh

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kóváung

kóváuzh

kóváudh

 
kózh (n) citizen

krásshtéitse (n) cedar-jacaranda hybrid tree

kráut (n) area (two-dimensional space)

kréblad, krébladdhí (vt) discern; make a fine distinction

kréf, kréfthí (vt/vi) rush

kréi, kréidhí (vt) find (irregular)

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kréing

kréi

kréidh

Perfect

kréng

krézh

krédh

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Simple

krýng

kryzh

krødh

Perfect

kríng

krazh

kradh

 

            Participles

 

Active

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krẽi

krén

Present

kréz

kréx

Future

kréth

krév

 

krép (adj.) true

            krépkí (n) truth

kridéng, kridéngjhí (vt) read (irregular; see the paradigm for éng) [from kridít éngjhí, “eat the book”]

kridít (n) book

krif (n) mark; letter

pékrif (n) alphabet or other script

            krifag (n) letter; epistle

            ékkrif, ékkrífthí (vt) mark; note; take notes about; take heed

krifréimú (n) calligraphy

krifwái (n) desk

krifwó, krifwódhí (vt) write (irregular)

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krifwóng

krifwó

krifwóidh

Perfect

krifwáung

krifwáuzh

krifwáudh

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Simple

krifwung

krifwúzh

krifwødh

Perfect

krifwing

krifwáizh

krifwáidh

 
krifwónén (n) graffiti

krildh (n) hyena

krilt (n) oil (used mostly of olive oil)

krim, krimdhí (vt) enter

krimbáld (n) literature

krístú, krístúdhí (vi) tremble

kríwøzh, kríwøzzhí (vi) quake; move violently

króish (n) morning

krók (n) sleeve

krón (adj.) ready

kryz (n) poisonous snake (irreg. pl. krýz)

(n) fact

kŕdzõ (adj.) heavy

            kŕdzónus (n) unit of weight equal to 4959.8 kilograms

kŕkikrû (n/interj.) rooster crow (onomatopoeia)

kŕkís, kŕkíssí (vt/vi) shake

kuttŕ, kuttŕdhí (vt) balance (something)

            kuttrag (n) balance; equilibrium; homeostasis

            kuttrang (n) equinox

kúwáidrã, kúwáidrándhí (vt/vi) understand; comprehend

            étchúwáidrã, étchúwáidrándhí (vt) realize; come to understand

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khagbúz, khagbúzhí (vi) run away (irregular; see the paradigm for búz)

khagnégle, khagnégledhí (vt) forsake; abandon; leave alone (irregular; see the paradigm for négle)

khak (prep.) far from

khakáinámb, khakáinámbzí (vt) discard; cast off (irregular; see the paradigm for áinámb)

khakéim, khakéimdhí (vt) abduct

khakékhrónggá, khakékhrónggádhí (vt) broadcast audio only, especially music

khaképpúz, khaképpúzzí (vt) broadcast video and audio

khakolk, khakolxí (vt) renounce; discontinue (irregular; see the paradigm for olk)

khakǿlt, khakǿlthí (vt/vi) forbear; hold oneself back from (irregular; see the paradigm for ǿlt)

            khakǿltét (n) forbearance

khaktyz, khaktyzhí (vt) perplex (irregular; see the paradigm for tyz)

khakpráikhwéi, khakpráikhwéidhí (vt) broadcast audio only, especially speech (irregular; see the paradigm for práikhwéi)

khaxhét (n) distance

khakhrémb, khakhrémbzí (vt) take away; carry off (irregular; see the paradigm for hrémb)

khat, khatthí (vt) furnish

            khatkí (n) furniture

khatche (n) knot; (colloquially) contract

            ékkhatche, ékkhatchedhí (vt) tie (someone or something) up

khá (n) kh, the 18th letter of the alphabet

kháfú (interj.) farewell

khág, khágdhí (vt) measure

            khágga (n) measured amount; ration

            khágag (n) measurement; datum

khái (pron.) you (familiar plural)

kháió (pron.) you (intimate plural)

kháiáu (n) the sixth month of the Ánhrushite civil calendar [lit. “god month”]

khálwákh (n) tunnel

khár (n) month

kháránhrush (n) the seventh month of the Ánhrushite civil calendar [from khár Ánhrush, "Ánhrush month"]

khárbjeg (n) the tenth month of the Ánhrushite civil calendar [from khár árbjegdháu, "competing month”]

kháskeng (n) locust

khául (adj.) shallow

khé (pron.) you (honorific plural)

khéi (pron.) you (humble plural)

khéttáu (n) virtue

            bákhéttáu (adj.) virtuous

khímj, khímjídhí (vt) equip; arm; endow

            khímjag (n) equipment; armament; endowment

khjái, khjáidhí (vt) entrust

khjám (n) orange (fruit)

khjýlt, khjýltthí (vt) hate actively with frequent thoughts, often including plans for action

kho- (deriv.) -phobic

kholp, kholpthí (vt) hate passively with few thoughts

            kholpag (n) contempt; prejudice

khóbó, khóbódhí (vi) fall (irregular)

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khóbóng

khóbó

khóbóidh

Perfect

khóbáung

khóbáuzh

khóbáudh

 
            transitive form ékkhóbó, ékkhóbódhí: drop

khóbódhásh (n) the first month of the Ánhrushite civil calendar [from khóbó dhásh, "heat falling"]

khógǿ, khógǿdhí (vt) scatter

khói (pron.) you (inferior plural)

khól (pron.) what (relative)

khólbó, khólbódhí (vi) roll (irregular)

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khólbóng

khólbó

khólbáidh

Perfect

khólbáung

khólbáuzh

khólbáudh

 
khólòr (n) commodity

khødz, khødzzí (vt) ask

            khødzag (n) request

khør (adj.) wild

khøtre, khøtredhí (vi) stumble

khǿsh (adj.) stubborn

khrash, khrasshí (vi) twist

            transitive form ékkhrash, ékkhrasshí

khrách, khrátchí (vt) declare; proclaim

            khráchag (n) declaration; proclamation

khŕk, khŕkthí (vt/vi) move

khŕkkéffí (n) rickshaw; taxi

khud (n) anus

khú (pron.) you (pejorative plural)

khúb (n) feces; excrement

khúng, khúngdhí (vi) erupt

khúsh (n) instinct

khwái (n) lemon

khwég (n) garbage; trash

khwéróith (n) language

khwokj, khwokjídhí (vt) despise

khýz (n) excuse

 

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L
 
; lá- (num.) twelve; -teen

láblim (adj.) kind

láikhŕk (n) comet

láiá (n) star (irreg. pl. làiái)

lákhwŕ (n) canal

lákhwim (n) river

lárén (n) noon; midday

láu, láudhí (vt) inherit

            láukéi(s) (n) heir

-lé (pron.) your (singular)

-léd (pron.) my

-léf (pron.) your (plural)

-lég (pron.) his

-léi (pron.) her (possessive)

léikh (n/prep.) west

-lékh (pron.) their (no specific gender makeup)

-lém (pron.) its

-lér (pron.) possessive suffix

lérzá (n) great-nephew

-lézh (pron.) our

limb, limbzí (vi) live; be alive (irregular)

            Infinitives

Simple: limbzí

Perfect: limbzý

 

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