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Maltcέgj-English Lexicon / Maltcégj-Ýnglyc Glǫd Blími u Klag

a prp. to, at. Used as an accusative preposition.

ac adv. apart.

adám adj. first. Primary ordinal number. It is not correct to say “gji am,” any more than it is correct to say “oneth.” Syn: urál, ádma.

adína n. sister.

ádma adj. first, primary, main. Syn: adám, urál.

prp. to, towards, at.

ahá v.t. to breathe.

áha n. breath.

ak prt. more than one. Placed before a noun as a plural particle.

ak mέlɛm prn. you (all). Second person plural pronoun. Ak is optional unless it is explicitly necessary to the meaning.

ak mέlmine prn. you (all). Second person formal plural pronoun. Ak is optional unless it is explicitly necessary to the meaning.

ak paj prn. they. Third person neutral or inanimate plural pronoun. Parþ is also acceptable unless it is explicitly necessary to the meaning that the subjects are inanimate. Syn: parþ.

ak pɛl prn. they. Third person feminine plural pronoun. Parþ is also acceptable unless it is explicitly necessary to the meaning that the subjects are all feminine. Syn: parþ.

ak pʌ prn. they. Third person unspecified plural pronoun. This is not technically correct, and should actually be “parþ,” but it is used frequently in speech. Syn: parþ.

ak pul prn. they. Third person masuline plural pronoun. Parþ is also acceptable unless it is explicitly necessary to the meaning that the subjects are all masculine. Syn: parþ.

ála prp. between.

alm prp. without.

alx prp. on, on the side of.

am art. a, an.

am num. one.

amán adv. as...as. Equative adverb used to modify an adjective; used with “a.” E.g. “brɛuð pɛl mɛs adína að amán.” “She is as nice as her sister.”

amát adj. alone.

ámεst adj. unique.

ána n. fruit.

anákne n. crown.

anakné v.t. to crown, to make royalty.

aníct n. gut, guts, intestines, entrails.

ap prp. on, on top of.

ápþan n. knowledge, wisdom.

apþán v.t. to know.

áptεn n. evening.

aptέn v.i. to dwindle, to diminish.

ar n. egg.

arák prp. against.

arán n. -ary, place.

ároc n. feather.

n. silence.

áudri n. (paternal) grandmother.

av prp. after.

avíl n. year.

bab n. (paternal) grandfather.

badj v.t. to have.

bad tcǫc v.t. to beckon, to call to.

báldir n. animal, creature.

báldrεf n. life.

baldrέf v.t. to live.

bará n. afternoon.

batár n. wind.

báxεf n. heart.

bέnþus adj. holy, sacred, sainted. Cf. pátrik, úrho.

bεríc n. night. Ant: nad.

bísẏa n. tail.

bict n. horn.

bjaix n. surprise.

bjib n. spider.

bjir n. stanza, verse.

bjólεt adj. good. Ant: xrǫx.

bjólεt adv. well.

bjólɛt mwa! excl. Good bye! Said to the person staying behind; literally, “Stay well.”

bjólɛt nad! excl. Hello! Good day!

bjólɛt rak vέrkþid nad! excl. Happy Birthday!

bjólɛt tcok! excl. Good bye! Said to the person leaving; literally, “Go well.”

bjólɛt tcǫc! excl. Welcome! Hello! Literally, “Well come.”

bjóxɛf adj. complete, fulfilled, whole.

bjoxέf v.t. to fulfill, to complete.

blað prn. no one, nobody. Contraxion of “blɛg lað.” Syn: blɛg lað.

blai prt. to be doing. Used as a progressive particle. E.g. “blai ðak jǫg.” “I am talking.”

blaið adj. pink.

bláka n. leaf, blade (of grass).

blánaþ n. blanket, quilt.

blanáþ v.t. to cover.

blεg itj. no. Ant: gam.

blεg adv. not.

blεg adj. no, none. Syn: zo.

blεg arán adv. nowhere, no place.

blεg ðlai adv. never.

blεg kþið adv. in no way, no how.

blεg lað prn. no one, nobody.

blεg mára adv. none.

blεg parúk adv. not at all.

blεukþ n. winter.

blími n. word.

blími u klag n. dictionary.

blímiɛm adv. for no reason.

bliv v.i. to think.

blokþ n. battle, fight, war.

blokþ v.t. to battle, to fight.

blot n. god.

blǫp n. rain.

blǫp v.i. to rain.

blynþ n. name.

blynþ v.t. to name, to call.

bokúra adj. favourite.

bórga n. size, largeness, bigness.

bórga ok adj. large, big.

brákoþ n. collapse, fall.

brakóþ v.i. to collapse.

bralá v.i. to shake, to quiver.

bran v.t. to lift.

brɛuð adj. nice.

brédi n. (maternal male) cousin.

bul v.t. to study.

bul lað n. student. Syn: rak vlag lað.

bvláka n. chair, stool.

bvlað n. tongue.

bvolv v.t. to vomit.

bweð n. way, path.

bwílio n. nudity, nakedness.

bwílio dat n. Bot. gymnosperm.

cáde n. caress, soft touch.

cáfat n. chaff.

cafát v.t. to thresh, to shake out.

cal n. value, worth.

cála n. height, high place.

calíc adj. blue.

cark n. herb, plant.

cax n. fear.

cεp num. ten thousand.

ce num. six.

cel cjt. if, in the case that.

cic n. snow.

cic v.i. to snow.

cif n. letter.

cif drob n. keyboard.

cifád v.t. to computer, to calculate, to reckon.

cífad lak n. computer.

cífad u adv. online.

ciþ n. tear (drop).

clix adj. sharp.

cʌþ prt. whether, if, what, Esp. ĉu, Chi. 嗎. Used as an interrogative particle. E.g. “cʌþ bjólɛt mέlɛm?” “Are you okay?”

covói n. worm.

cpiþ v.t. to split, to bifurcate, to divide. Syn: kɛrðíð.

ctódẏe n. number, numeral.

ctódẏe ápþan n. mathematics, math.

ctódẏe rak cul n. calculator. Literally: “Numbers are prophesied.”

ctója adj. brown.

ctral v.t. to cure, to heal.

ctral lað n. doctor.

ctral lak n. medicine.

cu n. snake, serpent.

cul n. prediction, prophesy.

cul lað n. prophet, medium.

cwiþ n. sadness, melancholy.

dai num. two.

damói n. roof.

dan num. seven.

dat n. seed. May also refer to certain types of eggs, particularly those of insects or other creatures that lay them in large clusters. Conversely, certain types of large seeds may be referred to as “eggs” (“ar”).

dat n. “dot,” period, decimal point. From English “dot,” also referring to the small “seed-like” nature of a period.

dáxan adj. infinite, unending, limitless.

dáxan n. infinity, unendingness.

daxó v.t. to hear.

dið adj. beautiful.

djad n. one who is myopically rich or blind to the suffering of others. Also may refer to one who is afraid to leave the suburbs.

djad adj. myopically rich; blind to the suffering of others.

djad arán n. suburb.

djalx prp. to, towards. Usually used in conjunxtion with a verb to indicate deliberate intention. E.g. kulóm (to see) vs. kulóm djalx (to look at).

djamýn n. brother.

djεct n. rule, reign, régime.

djεct v.t. to rule, to reign.

djεct arán n. kingdom.

djεct lað n. ruler, leader, king, queen, &c.

djέlyc n. coffee.

djέlyc arán n. café, coffee shop.

djip n. kind, sort, genre. Nom. genus.

djóde adj. red.

djógoc n. obligation, debt.

djogóc v.i. to ought, should.

djungwέn glǫd n. chinese (written language).

dla prt. quickly, immediately. Used as immediacy particle. When used with the past tense, it has the sense of “just;” with the future, thse sense of “about to.” When used with the imperative, it lends a sense of urgency. E.g. “nag dla tcok jǫg.” “dyd dla tcok jǫg.” “I’m about to go.”“I just went.”

dlatci glǫd n. dlatci (language).

dlyn n. star.

dódup n. stupidity.

dódup lað n. idiot, stupid person. Slightly vulgar.

doitc n. Germany.

doitc glǫd n. german (language).

doitc lað n. German (person).

doitc o adj. German.

dóla n. meal.

drob n. board, plank.

drug adj. right, correct.

dúmbwe n. growth, growing.

dumbwé v.i. to grow.

dwεg adj. new.

dyd prt. did, already, formerly. Used as a past particle. E.g. “dyd tcok jǫg.” “I went.”

dýdu adv. already.

ðak v.t. to say, to tell.

ðblεukþ n. love.

ðblεukþ v.t. to love.

ðbrɛuck v.t. to swim.

ðbrɛugj n. water. Syn: úlak.

ðbruk n. fish.

ðέfni adj. any.

ðέlεx n. question.

ðɛlέx v.t. to ask.

ðέptan n. hole, pit, dig.

ðɛptán v.t. to dig.

ðεuft n. thirst.

ðɛup n. foot.

ðɛup v.t. to walk.

ðɛup knic n. toe. Syn: έti.

ðic n. kiss.

ðic v.t. to kiss.

ðlai n. time (χρόνος).

ðlεxt n. shame.

ðrax n. thing.

ðráupnir v.t. to become, to turn into.

ðrέpnid n. permission.

ðrɛpníd v.i. to be allowed, may.

ðrímiɛm adv. for that reason, that’s why, because.

ðroc v.t. to use, to make use of.

ðroí v.t. to lead, to herd, to compel, to force.

ðruj n. friend.

ðvot n. shell, husk, casing. Syn: ha.

ðwεn n. skill, talent, knowledge.

εð prp. around, about.

εk v.i. to be.

έki prp. until.

εlέǧεm n. example.

εlέm adv. again.

ɛlk n. ankle. Also used with wʌf, fairly arbitrarily. Cf. ɛlk wʌf.

έloï prp. about, of.

εm prp. over, above.

εn adv. ever.

έti n. toe. Syn: ðɛup knic.

έþryl n. rock, stone.

e prp. in.

e cjt. and. Syn: tca.

fálasa n. air.

fástnar v.t. to cling, to hold on.

faþ adj. flat.

faurx n. heat.

faurx lak n. heater.

fórwið adj. other.

fram v.t. to steal.

frantc n. class, type, sort. Nom. class.

frants n. france.

frants glǫd n. french (language).

frants o adj. french.

frauct n. chest, breast.

frεm num. five.

fwi n. wing.

fwi v.i. to fly.

gabúga adj. acknowledged.

gabúga itj. hello, thank you, you’re welcome, good bye. A sort of “catch-all” word that infers general politeness.Cf. aloha, komtraya, zikomo. Literally, “acknowledged.” Syn: kwɛstriέm, kwɛstrióþ, bjólɛt nad.

gam itj. yes. Ant: blɛg.

gacág n. people, race, tribe, social grouping.

gapák n. fire.

gεlk v.t. to give.

gji prt. ordinal particle, -th, -st, -nd,   -rd. gji dai sεþ = 20th; gji cεp am = 10001st, &c.

gji cεp adj. ten thousandth.

gji ce adj. sixth.

gji dai adj. second.

gji dan adj. seventh.

gji frεm adj. fifth.

gji jamp adj. fourth.

gji nen adj. ninth.

gji rεlk adj. eighth.

gji sam adj. hundredth.

gji sεþ adj. tenth.

gji tran adj. third.

gjobj n. summer.

gjol n. back.

gjot v.t. to want.

gláksi v.t. to remember.

gláksi lak n. reminder.

glam adj. female. Ant: þad.

glam n. woman, female person. Ant: hanák.

glǫd n. language.

glǫ́ka v.i. to hope.

gnac v.t. to bite.

gnída n. grass.

gnir adj. green.

go v.t. to eat.

granþ n. spring.

gráva adj. renowned.

grolc v.t. to follow.

grǫ́lga n. giant, etin.

gúba itj. thanks! Contraxion of gabúga.

gúce n. story, tale.

gúþɛx n. taste, preference, like.

guþέx v.t. to like.

gwaiþ n. food.

gwaiþ arán n. restaurant.

gwárxo n. garden, yard.

gwéðul adv. always.

gýnko n. ginkgo.

ǧέnba n. apricot.

ǧiráx n. giraffe.

ǧǫváj v. to spend time.

ha n. skin, bark, hide, protective covering. Syn: ðvot.

hadá adj. orange, golden.

hahár v.t. to laugh.

hanák n. man, male person.

harέk n. voice.

hέlɛn n. (maternal) grandmother.

hɛliniká glǫd n. greek (language).

hέnri n. (maternal) grandfather.

hórεg n. sheaf (of corn, wheat, &c).

hórεg nyj n. ear of corn.

hu v.t. to blow (breath, wind, &c).

hu lak n. fan.

hukt v.t. harm, hurt, wound, injure.

i prp. for.

id bεnþ prp. ago.

prp. before.

ik n. corner, edge, sharp angle. Cf. vloj ik.

iláux adv. barely, hardly, scarcely.

íli prp. next to, beside.

ílǫx n. knee.

ílu adj. small. Syn: pέlki.

imbiláj n. image, picture.

it prp. behind.

italiáno glǫd n. italian (language).

prp. under, beneath.

ivdá n. width.

ivdá alm adj. narrow.

ivdá ok adj. wide.

ja adj. this, to-.

ja bará adv. this afternoon.

ja bɛríc adv. tonight.

ja ðlai adv. now. Syn: nak.

ja nad adv. today.

ja rúma adv. this month.

ja tɛmέt adv. this morning.

jadío n. sun.

jalk prn. we.

jamp num. four.

jáptɛn adv. this evening, tonight.

jarán adv. here.

javíl adv. this year.

javlé adj. tender, gentle.

jdrom v.t. to push.

jglað n. happiness, gladness.

jiv n. beer. Cf. Dl. jivu.

jo cjt. even, even though, even if.

jómεn n. secret.

jǫg prn. I.

jǫ́lmin prn. we. Inclusive only; i.e.“you” are part of “us.”

jwǫm n. contact.

jwǫm v.t. to contact.

ka adj. all, every. Syn: kúluï.

kádu n. copy, duplicate.

kádu lak n. copier, Xerox machine.

kadukád v.t. to copy, to duplicate.

kaiþ n. sleep.

kaiþ v.i. to sleep.

kaiþ ðrax n. bed.

kalk adj. which, that.

kam n. music.

kámba n. cord, line, wire.

kambálm adj. wireless.

kaþ adj. own. Reflexive adjective.

kɛk n. bitterness,

kέrðið n. division.

kεrðíð v.t. to divide. Syn: cpiþ.

kεrðíðila n. Nom. subdivision.

kéliþ adj. white.

kfe n. forest, wood.

kfeð n. poem, song, saga, epic.

kfévre adj. yellow.

kfidj n. autumn, fall.

klag n. book.

klag arán n. library.

klajg lað n. jerk. Slightly vulgar.

klεg cjt. that. Used as a subordinate conjunxion.

klǫ́gɛx n. kill, defeat.

klǫgέx v.t. to kill, to slay, to conquer, to defeat.

klyk n. click.

klyk v.t. to click.

klyk v.i. to click, to make a clicking sound.

klyk lak n. mouse (for a computer).

knic n. finger.

knic kraul n. finger nail.

ko n. length.

kok adj. long. Contraxion of “ko ok.”

krámuï n. hair.

kraul n. nail, fingernail.

krɛg n. (maternal) uncle.

krǫ́ga adv. very.

krǫlx n. luck.

krýstʌ n. mother.

kþið n. manner, way, fashion.

kúlɛn n. search.

kulέn v.t. to search for, to look for, to seek.

kúlom n. sight.

kulóm v.t. to see.

kulóm djalx v.t. to look at.

kulóm lak n. monitor, screen.

kúluï adj. all. Syn: ka.

kumráig glǫd n. welsh (language).

kwaðrát n. order, sort. Nom. order.

kwark n. beginning, start.

kwark v.t., v.i. to begin, to start, to commence.

kwark lak n. catalyst.

kwarþ prt. to have. Used as a perfect particle. E.g. “kwarþ tcok jǫg.” “I have gone.”

kwεlm ok adj. true.

kwεlm n. truth.

kwɛstriέm itj. please. Syn: mɛn, gabúga.

kwɛstrióþ itj. thanks, thank you. Syn: gabúga.

kwɛstrióþ v.t. to thank.

kwégir n. belief.

kwegír v.t. to believe.

kwégir lað n. believer.

kwirþ adv. almost.

kyp n. (paternal) uncle.

la adj. last, yester-; previous.

la bará adv. yesterday afternoon.

la bɛríc adv. last night.

la ðlai adv. then, at that (former) time.

la nad adv. yesterday.

la rúma adv. last month.

la tɛmέt adv. yesterday morning.

lað prn. one.

lað n. person, one who does something. Used as animate agentive particle. Cf. lak.

lað n. (human) body.

lak n. thing which does something. Used as inanimate agentive particle. Cf. lað.

lakþ n. floor, ground.

lámbik adj. pliant, malleable, flexible.

láptɛn adv. yesterday evening.

larán adv. there.

lat n. fat.

latína glǫd n. latin (language).

lauk n. hunger.

lavíl adv. last year.

lεf cjt. like, as.

lɛkc n. leg.

lεxέt adj. much, many.

v.i. should. Used as a subjunctive particle. E.g. “lǫtcέg klɛg lǫ tcok jǫg.” “It is important that I go.”

lǫtcέg adj. important, necessary.

lwánde n. rope, cord.

lýnda n. (maternal) aunt.

ʌ́nax n. shopping.

ʌ́nax arán n. mall, store, shopping place.

ʌnáx v. to buy, to shop.

ʌráu n. weight.

ʌráu ok adj. heavy.

ɮat n. tooth, teeth.

ɮɛum n. smell, odor.

ɮɛum v.t. to smell.

ɮux v.t. to suck.

mága n. yeast.

mal cjt. but, however. Syn: rɛb.

mála n. sit, seat. Not a physical seat like a piece of furniture, but the idea of sitting, like in “have a seat.” E.g. “vre badj mála.” “Have a seat.”

malá v.i. to sit (down). E.g. “vre malá.” “Sit down.”

málki n. dwarf.

maltcέgj glǫd n. maltcέgj (language).

mára n. amount, quantity.

márga n. house.

máru n. flower.

mátam n. powder, flour, meal.

matám v.t. to grind, to pulverize.

matám lak n. grinder, blender.

matc n. room, office.

mávila n. family.

máxat n. creation.

maxát v.t. to make, to create.

mɛdj n. ink, toner.

mέlεm prn. you. Note: Informal, but acceptable in most situations.

mέlεx n. likelihood, probability.

mέlεx adv. probably, most likely.

mɛlέx v.i. to be likely, to be probable.

mέlmine prn. you. Note: Only used in very formal situations where you would use some sort of title, “sir,” “Professor,” “your majesty,” “your honour,” &c.

mεn prt. please. Polite particle indicating imperative mood, like . Can be used in place of or in conjunxion with vre. Syn: kwɛstióþ, gabúga, vre. Cf. vre.

mεs adj. same, own. Used as a reflexive particle or possessive adjective.

méza n. meat, flesh.

mlað prn. who. Contraxion of “mlau lað.” Syn: mlau lað.

mlaft n. palm (of hand). Also rul mlaft or rul mot. Syn: rul mlaft, rul mot.

mlai adv. when. Contraxion of “mlau ðlai.” Syn: mlau ðlai.

mlakþ adj. ready.

mlára adj. how much, how many. Contraxion of “mlau mára.”

mlarán adv. where. Contraxion of “mlau arán.”

mlau adj. which.

mlau itj. what?

mlau ðlai adv. when. Syn: mlai.

mlau ðrax adv. what. Syn: mlax.

mlau kþið adv. how. Syn: mlið.

mlau lað prn. who. Syn: mlað.

mlau mára adj. how much, how many. Syn: mlára.

mlau arán adv. where. Syn: mlarán.

mláva n. help.

mlavá v.t. to help.

mlax adv. what. Contraxion of “mlau ðrax.” Syn: mlau ðrax.

mlið adv. how. Contraxion of “mlau kþið.’ Syn: mlau kþið.

mlímiɛm adv. why.

mócara n. ground, earth.

mot adj. empty, blank. Cf. rul mot, vloj mot.

mot n. emptiness, void.

mrag n. dog.

mrudj v.t. to pull.

n. cat.

múndi n. world.

mwil n. bread.

mwa v.i. to stay, to remain, to stay behind.

mẏɛn adj. some, a few.

na cjt. so, in order to.

na klεg cjt. so that, in order that.

nac n. necessity, need.

nac v.i. to have to, must, to be necessary. Syn: tamέk.

nad n. day. Syn: bɛríc.

nafíc n. metal, steel.

nag v.i. will, shall. Used as a future particle. E.g. “nag tcok jǫg.” “I will go.”

nak adv. now. Syn: ja ðlai.

namarí n. (maternal female) cousin.

nan adv. more, -er. Used to modify an adjective comparatively.

narám v.t. to write.

narám ðrax n. writing, something written.

narám lað n. writer, author.

narám lak n. printer.

narán adv. most, -est. Used to modify an adjective superlatively.

naskáj n. work (of art), project, œuvre.

naskáj lað n artist.

náxad n. end.

naxád v.t. to break.

nεm adv. back.

nέtcni adv. away.

nen num. nine.

níli n. cold.

níli ðrax n. refrigerator.

nos cjt. then, and then. Indicates chronological continuation of a narrative.

nóse n. indication, meaning.

nosé v.t. to indicate, to mean.

nost n. thickness.

nost alm adj. thin.

nost ok adj. thick.

nyj n. corn, large grain.

o prp. from.

oc prp. in, on. Used as a temporal preposition: refers only to time.

ódɮo n. mouth.

ok prp. with.

ol prp. except, but.

om prp. before, in front of.

ǫ́bri n. niece.

ǫx n. ear.

padj v.i. to fall.

palán adv. least. Used to modify an adjective superlatively.

pan adv. less. Used to modify an adjective comparatively.

paj prn. it. Cf. ak paj.

parúk adv. at all, totally. Usually used in the negative (with blεg).

parþ prn. they. Syn: ak paj, ak pɛl, ak pʌ, ak pul.

pátax n. ability, power.

patáx v.i. to be able, can, could.

pátrik bέnþus n. Saint Patrick.

pεl prn. she. Cf. ak pɛl.

pέlki adj. small. Syn: ílu.

péhǫs n. gathering, collection.

péhǫs ðrax n. gatherer, collector, something that gathers.

péhǫs lað n. gatherer, collector, person who gathers.

pehǫ́s v.t. to gather, to collect, to amass.

péxεd n. answer, response.

pexέd v.t. to answer, to respond.

pfatɮ n. spit.

pfatɮ v.t. to spit.

plak v.i. to lie (down).

prn. he or she, they. Third person non-gender-specific pronoun, used when gender is unknown as “they” is used colloquially in English. Cf. ak pʌ, parþ.

póstro n. town, village.

pul prn. he. Cf. ak pul.

puláu adj. few, little.

pýmbʌ n. lip.

pytá n. species, kind, sort, Bot. species.

ra v.t. to drink.

rab n. (paternal male) cousin.

rak prt. to be (done). Used as a passive particle. E.g. “rak klǫgέx jǫg!” “I am defeated!”

rak vέrkþid n. birth.

rak vέrkþid nad n. birthday.

rak vlag lað n. student. Syn: bul lað.

ránɛv n. hunt.

ranέv v.t. to hunt.

ranέv lað n. hunter.

ráta n. child.

ráta kaþ n. son, daughter. Refers to one’s own child.

rauðd n. shoulder.

rεb cjt. but. Syn: mal.

rεlk num. eight.

rέnaþ n. root.

rɛnáþ v.i. to root, to take root.

rélεb cjt. or.

roc n. branch, stick.

rǫ́tclɛp n. stomach, belly.

rǫþ v.t. to hold, to grasp.

rǫþ lak n. clip, binder clip.

rul n. hand.

rul mlaft n. =mlaft. Syn: mlaft, rul mot.

rul mot n. =mlaft. Syn: (rul) mlaft.

rul ok adj. manual, by hand.

rúma n. (lunar) month.

rúma n. moon.

rumprá v.t. to knead (dough).

rúski glǫd n. russian (language).

sam adj. (one) hundred.

sáptal n. reference.

saptál v.t. to refer. Used with preposition að.

saptál lað n. reference (on a résumé)

sεm adv. together.

sεþ adj. ten.

sfarð n. blood.

sin prp. instead of, in lieu of, in place of.

skan adv. still, yet.

sketc n. cheek.

skis v.t. to scratch.

skis n. scratch, cut.

skrav v.t. to do.

som n. solstice, equinox; midpoint, central division.

stáfad n. hiding, concealment.

stafád v.t. to hide, to conceal.

stέfni n. (paternal female) cousin.

sto v.i. to stand.

styx n. sword, blade, dagger.

styx v.t. to stab.

talp n. head.

tamέk v.t. to need. Syn: nac.

tarák n. fatigue, tiredness.

tarέx adv. only, just, solely.

taxá teẏú

tca adv. also, additionally.

tca cjt. also, in addition, and. Syn: e.

tcápa adj. round, circular.

tcápa n. ring, circle.

tcai n. tea.

tcεkmáð v.t. to bring.

tcitsíc v.i. to sneeze.

tcok v.i. to go.

tcǫc v.i. to come.

tέfʌðu n. table.

tεlp n. arm.

tεlp þlog n. elbow. Literally, “arm twist.”

tεlx adj. steep.

tεmέt n. morning.

tεmtíð adj. ancient, early, long-ago.

tǫv adj. enough.

tráksi n. paper.

tran num. three.

trav n. finding, decree, judgement, edict, decision.

trav v.t. to find, to decree, to decide.

trav lað n. judge.

twa v.i. to exist, there is, there are.

twýnkʌ n. (paternal) aunt.

txatɮ n. hit, smack, slap.

txatɮ v.t. to hit, to smack, to slap.

tym n. father.

þa adj. next, upcoming.

þa bará adv. tomorrow afternoon.

þa bɛríc adv. tomorrow night.

þa ðlai adv. then, at that (future) time.

þa nad adv. tomorrow.

þa rúma adv. next month.

þa tɛmέt adv. tomorrow morning.

þad adj. male. Ant: glam.

þad n. man, male. Syn: hanák. Ant: glam.

þadíc v.t. to banish, to cast out, to exile.

þáptɛn adv. tomorrow evening.

þarán adv. up there, coming up.

þavíl adv. next year.

þes v.t. to free, to liberate.

þkároï adj. purple, violet.

þlax n. death.

þlax v.i. die.

þlog n. turn, twist, rotation, bend. Cf. þlog.

þlog v.t. to turn, to twist, to rotate.

þrεc n. piece, part, fragment.

u prp. of, from, belonging to.

úla prn. that.

úlak n. wetness, moisture.

úli prn. this.

úlot prn. that other, that yonder, Spn. aquello.

urál adj. original, first, primary. Syn: adám, ádma.

úrho bέnþus n. Saint Urho.

ut prp. out, out of.

vákcɛr n. liver.

vεlk adj. old.

vέrkþid v.t. to give birth to, to beget.

veǧ v.t. to lead, to direct.

veǧ lað n. director, department head.

víci víci cjt. maybe.

víktro n. tree.

vlag v.t. to teach.

vlag ðrax n. lesson.

vlag lað n. teacher.

vlaj n. dream, aspiration, hope.

vle v.i. to be located, to be (at/in/on).

vlǫd v.i. to be willing, would.

vloj n. face.

vloj ik n. chin. Literally, “face corner.”

vloj mot n. forehead. Literally, “the blank part of the face.”

vʌdj n. anger.

vre prt. do it! Imperative particle.

vrogj n. advocate, one who speaks favorably, (on a résumé) reference.

vul prp. because of, on account of.

wáfo n. eye. Cf. Dl. aafu.

wáhar n. crying, weeping.

wahár v.t. to cry, to weep.

wára n. stillness, tranquility.

wέbsait n. website.

wíðoc n. sky, heaven.

wʌf n. bone. Cf. ɛlk wʌf.

xac adj. difficult, hard, tough.

xandz n. chinese character, hanzi, kanji, ideogram.

xánẏu glǫd n. chinese, mandarin (language).

xax adj. rotten.

xax v.i. to rot.

xʌgέx v.t. to sift, to strain.

xʌgέx lak n. strainer, colander.

xóreca v.t. to prune, to cut back.

xóreca lak n. scissors, shears.

xǫbj n. neck.

xrǫx adj. bad. Ant: bjólɛt.

ẏákni adj. black.

ẏála n. bird.

ẏána n. spouse.

ẏána glam n. wife.

ẏána þad n. husband.

ẏέfu n. nose. Cf. Dl. eẏafu.

ẏen adj. north.

ylk n. louse, nit.

ýnglyc glǫd n. english (language).

zaníc n. silver.

zaníc adj. silver.

zεndj n. paint.

zendj v.t. to paint.

zendj lað n. painter.

zεndj naskáj n. painting.

zlέmbax n. cancellation.

zlɛmbáx v. to cancel.

zo num. zero. Syn: blɛg.

zox n. placement, situation.

zox v.t. to put, to place.