A                                              per  (a düp  =  per hour);  at   (at 2 dollars                                              each  =  a dolars tel).                                                     -A                                             's  (genitive)                                                                                                                  

AD                                            for, in order to, to

ADAS                                      that, to (after positive:  Binom tu liegik,                                                                adas vedom tifan = He is too rich to                                                                                                 become a  thief)

ADEL                                       to-day

ADELO                                    to-day

ADYÖ!                                    good-bye!

AG!                                          oh! (cry of pain/surprise)

AGÖDO                                   this morning

AI                                             always, ever

AIPO                                       after each

AIPOS                                     after every...  (aipos dels tel =  every other                                                                                                          day)

AL...                                         each, every

ALDELIK                                daily

ALIK                                        each, every

ALMULIK                               monthly

ALNA                                      each  time

ALO                                         at any rate, in any event

ALSEIMIK                              any;  whatever; whichever

ALYELIK                                annual, yearly

ANEITO                                  to-night

ANIK                                       several, some

ANU                                        at this moment; now

APOSZEDELO                        this afternoon

AS                                            as

ASOAR                                    this evening

ASOARO                                 this evening

ASÄ                             as (conjunction)

AT                                            this (adjective)

ATNA                                      this time

ATIMO                                    at present

ATOS                                       this (noun) 




ÄDEADÖL                              deceased

ÄDEL                                       yesterday

ÄDELO                                    yesterday

ÄL                                            toward(s)

ÄNEITO                                  last night

ÄNU                                        (just) recently

ÄS                                            as (preposition); like

ÄSÄ                                         as, like (conjunction)

ÄSI                                          as also

ÄSOARO                                 last evening

ÄSVA                                      as if, as though

ÄSVO                                      as it were

ÄVIGO                                    last week

ÄYELO                                   last year






BA                                            perhaps

BABÜLONÄN                         Babylonia

BADIK                                     bad

BADIKUM                               worse

BADIKUMO                             worse (adverb)

BADIKUMÖN                         to deteriorate

BADIM                                    pessimism

BADIMAN                              a pessimist

BADIMIK                                pessimistic

BADINILUD                             a suspicion

BADINILÜDÖN (TEFÜ)          to suspect

BADOCEDÖN                         to take amiss

BADÖF                                    malice, spite

BADÖFAFREDIK                    frivolous, mischievous

BADÖFIL                                mischievousness

BADÜKUMAM                       deterioration

BAFOD                                    a moustache

BAGAF                                    a paragraph

BAI...                                        according (to)

BAIÄDIKO                               accordingly, correspondingly

BAIÄDÖN (BAI)                      to agree, to be in accordance (with), to correspond (to)

BAICEDÖN (KO)                     to agree (with)

BAIK                                       eventual

BAIKO                                    possibly

BAILÖN                                   to let (house, etc)

BAIODÖN (KO)                      to confer (with);  to liaise (with)           

BAISENÄL                              sympathy

BAITIMÄDIK                         up-to-date

BAITONAV                             harmony

BAITONIK                              harmonious

BAITONÜKÖN                       to  tune  (a  musical  instrument)

BAIVÖGÖN (BAI, KO)            to agree (with)

BAKAN                                    a baker

BAKASTON                            a brick

BAKÖP                                    a bakery

BAKTER                                 a bacterium

BAKTERAV                            bacteriology

BAKUD                                   an  abacus

BAKUN                                    a balcony

                                                (bakun balid = dress circle;

                                                (bakun telid  = upper circle;

                                                (bakun kilid  = (the) gallery)

BAL                                          one (number)  (bal len votik  =  next to each                                          other)

BALAN                                    one (person)

BALAT                                     a piece, a unit

BALATIK                                 single

BALÄD                                    a contract, an essay,  a treaty

                                                (bai baläd = on a contract)

BALÄDIKAM (GUDÖFIK)     a compromise

BALÄDIKÖN (KO)                 to come to terms (with)

BALÄDÜKÖN                         to arrange  (by mutual consent); to reconcile

BALÄT                                    unity

BALHON                                 a unicorn

BALIB                                      a beard

BALID                                      first

BALIDAN                                former (person)

BALIDBITID                           first performance

BALIDNAEDO                        for the first time

BALIDO                                   firstly

BALIK                                      single, sole, unique

BALION                                   a million

BALIONAN                             a millionaire

BALLÜODIK                          one-way (glass)

BALNA                                    once

BALSAMIN                             balsam

BALSAMÜKÖN                      (to) embalm

BALSOTIK                              one kind of

BALUGÄLIK                          naive

BALUGIK                                simple

BALUGÖF                               simplicity

BAM                                         a bench, a seat

BAMBUD                                bamboo

BANACEM                              a bathroom

BANATOP                               a (seaside) resort

BANATÜB                               a bath (tub)

BANOREM                              a panorama

BANK                                       a bank (commercial)

BANKAZÖT                            a banknote

BANÖN (IN)                            to bathe (in)

BANÖP                                    a seaside resort

BAOL                                       a ball (dance)

BAOLET                                 ballet

BAONAN                                 a baron

BAPÄLIK                                base, mean

BAPIK                                      inferior, low

BAPÜKÖN                              to abase

BARAK                                    a barn

BARBAR                                 a barbarity

BASAR                                    a bazaar

BASIN                                     a  (water)  basin

BARIKAD                               a barricade

BASKÜL                                 a weighing machine

BATAFLAPÖN                        to whip

BATATONÄT                         crack of the whip

BATÜL                                    a whip

BAVET                                    an apron, a pinafore     

BAZIL                                     a bacillus, a germ

BÄAD                                      ebony

BÄJUNIK                                beige

BÄK                                         a back

BÄKABOM                              a backbone, a spine

BÄKABOMAKÖLÜM             a spinal cord

BÄKASIEM                             (the)  reverse  edge

BÄKAVIREB                           vertebra

BÄL                                         a berry

BÄLÄT                                     a meadow

BÄLÄTÖP                               grazing land, pasture

BÄLD                                       old age

BÄLDAGRAVIK                     venerable

BÄLDÄDAN                             an old pal (= a mate)

BÄLDÄDIK                             longstanding, old

BÄLDIK                                   old (in years)

BÄLDIKAM                            the ageing process

BÄLDOT                                  (years of) age

BÄLDOTAKOMPENAN          a contemporary (person)

BÄLIED                                  a daisy

BÄLID                                      abdomen, belly

BÄLUN                                   a balloon

BÄLUNAFLITAN                   a balloonist

BÄN                                         low tide, ebb tide

BÄNSIN                                   petrol

BÄNSINACUB                        a petrol tank

BÄNSINAFEGEB                    petrol consumption

BÄNSINAPÖMÖP                   a petrol filling station

BÄNSINATUIN                       a petrol pipe (for filling tank of vehicle)

BÄNSINÖP                              a petrol station

BÄNÜPO                                 at  low  tide

BÄNYUN                                a banjo

BÄTAZIB                                a  bait

BÄSET                                     a basket

BÄSIN                                     china                                                    

BEB                                         an onion


BEBÜL                                     a chive

BED                                          a bed

BEDASTOFED                         bedlinen, bedsheets

BEFEILÖN                              to cultivate

BEFEIT                                   a  dispute

BEFEITOVIK                          disputable

BEFOÖN                                 to  precede

BEG                                          a request

BEGAPENÄD                           a (written) request

BEGESAG                                a reply

BEGESAGÖN                           to reply

BEGÖ!                                      (if you) please!

BEGÖN                                    to beg, to supplicate

BEGÖN SÄKUSADI (EKE)      to apologize (to someone)

BEGUN                                   a begonia

BEI                                          past (close by)

BEIAN                                     a  passer-by

BEIGOLÖN                               to go past

BEITIL                                     a bite, a snack

BEITÖN                                   to bite

BEIVEGÖN                             to go past

BEJEDÖN                                to strew

BEJÄFÖN                                 to attend (to), to deal (with), to supervise

BEKOMÖN                              to attend, to be present at

BEL                                          a mountain

BELEGIVÖN                           to  reward

BELESEATÖN                        to lay siege to, to occupy

BELETÄVÖN                          to explore        

BELIFOT                                 an experience

BELIFÖN                                to experience, to undergo

BELODÖN                               to load

BELÜGÖN (EKI)                     to mourn, to grieve (for someone)

BELUTED                               hawking, peddling

BEM                                        a beam (structural)

BEMAGIVÖN                           to charm, to enchant

BEMASTÖN                             to master, to overcome, to rule

BEMEKÄDÖN                          to overpower

BEMÜL                                   a perch

BENÄD                                   grace

BENEN                                    a banana

BENIKAM                               prosperity

BENODÄLIK                          beneficent

BENODISTÜKÖN (OKI)          to excel

BENOBLÄFÖN (EKE BOSI)   to reward (someone with sthg)

BENODAN    (HI / JI)              benefactor,  benefactress

BENODISTÜKÖN OKI            (to) distinguish oneself

BENODUGÄLIK                      well brought up, well-reared

BENOFÄT                                (good) fortune

BENÖF                                     harmony

BENOKÖMAGLIDÖN             to welcome

BENOLAB                                prosperity, well-being

BENOSEK                                a 'hit', a success

BENOSEVÄDIK                      well-known

BENOSMEKIK                         delicious

BENOSMELOT                        a perfume, scent

BENOSUF                               success

BENOSÜPOT                            a surprise

BENOTONIK                          tinkling

BENOVIM                                a good mood

BENOVIPÖN                           to congratulate

BENÜKÖN                              to benefit

BENÜPENÖN                          to fill in (forms)

BEPENAM                               a description

BEPENÖN                                to describe

BER                                          a bear

BERAV                                     booty, plunder

BERAVÖN                               to despoil, to plunder

BERJEN                       egg-plant

BERÜL                                    a bear-cub

BESÄKÖN                               to interrogate

BESEIDÖ!                                 engaged (not free)

BESEITÖN                                to lay (with concrete, pebbles, etc)

BESEPEDÖN                            to tread (grapes)

BESMILÖN                             to ridicule

BESPIKAN                              an interviewer

BESPIKÄB                              an interviewee

BESPIK                                   an interview

BESTEIFÖN                            to aspire to;  to strive after

BESTEIGÄDÖN                      to crowd

BESTEPÖN                             to set out

BESTÜRÜLÖN                        to  scatter

BET                                          a (flower) bed

BETAD                                    beetroot

BETIKÖN                                to consider

BETUN                                     concrete

BETIKÖN                                 to consider

BEVEGÖN                               to travel

BEVOBÖN                               to work on

BEVÜ                                       among, between

BEVÜSAGÖN                         to interview

BEVÜSPAD                             a gap

BEXÄNÖN                               to ascend, to go up

                                                to go upstairs = bexänön tridemi.

BI                                              because

BIAD                                        a birch (tree)

BIB                                          a  bible

BIBLIOGRAF                          bibliography

BID                                           a kind, a race, a sort,  species

BIDÄD                                     a breed, a race

BIDÜ                                       of the kind . . .

BIEDÄLÜKÖN                        (to) embitter

BIEDIK                                    bitter

BIEGÄDÖN (OKI)                   to bend, to stoop

BIEN                                         a bee

                                                *  bienadomil  =  a beehive

BIGIK                                       fat, thick

BIJOP                                      a bishop

BIJUT                                      a  jewel

BIJUTEL                                 a  jeweller's  (shop)

BIJUTÜL                                 a trinket

BLEGÄL                                  (mental) flexibility

BIL                                          bile

BILASTON                              gallstone

BILIET                                     a ticket

BILIETABÜR                           a booking-office

BILIET GEIK                           a return ticket

BILIET MOIK                          a single ticket

BIMÜL                                     a bush, shrub

BINÄD                                     a component, an ingredient

BINÄDON (ME)                       to consist (of)

BINÄDÖL                               composite

BINÄL                                      being, heart and soul

BINÄLIK                                 essential

BINÄLIKO                              in essence

BINET                                     ele3ment

BINOD                                    a structure

BINÖN                                    to  be

                                                * Kis binos-li? = What’s the matter?

BIOLOG                                  biology

BIOMAGODEM                      a biopic, film, motion picture,  movie

BIOSKOPÖP                            a  cinema

BIR                                           beer

BIRIBÖTIDÖP                         a pub

BIRÖN                                     to brew

BISÄ                                         provided that

BISAR                                     eccentricity, oddity

BISARIK                                  odd, strange

BISKIT                                    a (cream) cracker

BISKUT                                    a biscuit

BIT                                          a  process

BITIKAM                                behaviour, conduct

BITIKÖN                                 to  make  an  appearance

BITÖN                                     to act, to behave

BITÜRAN                                a graduate

BLADOKVÄNÖN                    o blow out

BLADÖN                                  to blow

BLADOSVOLÜKÖN                to blow up, to inflate

BLAMILÖN                            to quibble

BLAMÖN                                 to blame, to reproach, to take to task

BLASFÄMÖN (DÖ)                  to curse, to swear (about)

BLÄFÖN                                 to  repay, reward

BLÄGAKOLAT                       anthracite

BLÄGARIBEDABÄL              blackcurrant

BLÄGIK                                   black

BLÄNDANAF                         a battleship

BLÄNDAVAB                         a tank (military)

BLEBÖN                                  to remain (to be)

BLEDEMABOBOT                     a  leafy  arch

BLEGIK                                      bent, curved, flexible

BLEGÜLOVIK                            flexible, pliable

BLEGÜKÖN                               to bend, to flex

BLEIBÖN  (+ INFIN)                  to remain  (bleibön stanön = to remain                                                                                                               standing)                                                                                           BLEIN                                             blindness                  

BLEINANATONATEM               braille 

BLEINANIPLED                         blind man's buff (= game)

BLEINIK                                    blind

BLEINIKÖN                              to become blind

BLEINÜKÖN                             to blind

BLESIRIK                                    nice, pleasant

BLIBÖN                                     to remain, to stay

BLIG                                          duty, obligation

BLIGÄD                                     an  authorization,  an  exercise,  a lesson,  a  task

BLIGIDÖN                                to commit (oneself);  to do business)

BLIGIK                                     obligatory

BLIGÖN                                     to obligate, to oblige

BLIMÖN                                     to equip, to fit out

BLIMOT                                   equipment

BLINÖN                                     to bring

BLIT                                           (a pair of) trousers

BLITIPOLIANS                          (a pair of) bracers

BLOD                                         a brother

BLOG                                       a  sheet

BLOKAFLUT                            a recorder (musical instrument)

BLOTIKÖN                                 to crouch  down

BLOTÖFIK                                crouching  down, stooping

BLOTÜKÖN (OKI)                     to make (oneself) insignificant

BLÖB                                       blubber

BLÖF                                           a proof (=evidence)

BLÖFÄD                                   an argument

BLÖFÄDÖN                              to argue, to reason

BLÖFED                                   a syllogism

BLÖFÖN                                     to give proof, to prove

BLÖG                                         a clod, a clump

BLÖT                                         a bosom, a breast, a chest


BLÖTATÄT                               nipple

BLÖVIK                                     blue

BLUD                                         blood

BLUDASOLIDOTIL                    a blood clot

BLUDAVÄD                              serum

BLUDIPED                                blood pressure    

BLUF(OD)                                   a test, a trial

BLUFÖN                                     to prove, to test

BLUK                                         a brook, a stream

BLUNEDÖN                              to baptize

BLUNÖN                                    to dip, to plunge

BLUVIK                                    amazing

BLUV                                       bewilderment

BLUVIKO                                 in amazement

BLUVÖN                                  to bewilder, to  perplex

BLUVÜKÖN                                to amaze

BLÜDÖN                                  to  bleed  (someone)  (medical)

BLÜMÄL                                    attentiveness, presence of mind

BLÜMIK                                     ready

BLUMÜKAMATAB                   a sideboard

BLÜNOTS                                 supplies (= goods)

BLUNÖN                                  to  plunge

BLUV                                       consternation, dismay

BLUVIK                                    dumbfounded

BLÜMÜKÖN                             to prepare

BLÜNÖN                                  to provide

BLÜTÖN                                   to bruise, wound

BO                                           possibly, probably

BOAD                                         wood (substance)

BOATAGOLÖN                          to limp

BOATAN                                    a cripple, a lame (person)

BOB                                           bow (=arc)

BOBÄD                                    an arch (= building)

                                                bobädategöp = an arcade

BOAD                                       wood

BOADABLÖG                           log (of wood)

BOBOTIKÖN                             to form an arch

BOD                                           bread

BODEL                                     a  baker's  (shop)

BODIÄR                                   a bread bin

BODIFILÄDÖM                          a (bread) toaster

BODÜL                                        a (bread) roll, bun

BOED                                         a board, a plank

BOEDASKAF                            a platform

BOELIK                                    an obelisk

BOFIK                                        both

BOG                                           a box, a chest

BOID                                          a ship's deck; (in boid = on board)                                            BOIDASTUTÖM                         a balustrade, a handrail                              

BOIDÖN (OKI)                           to embark

BOK                                           a box

BOLIÄR                                    a tureen                                                              BOLIT                                        politics

BOLITIK                                    political

BOM                                           a bone

BOMEM                                     a skeleton

BON                                           a (broad) bean

BONÄT                                       a bonnet, a cap

BONED                                       an order (for goods)

BONEDÖN                                 to order (goods); to book (a place)

BORD                                         board (= lodgings)

BORDÖP                                    a boarding-house

BOSIL                                        a little bit

BOSKOTAN                                a scout

BOSKÜR                                  obscurantism

BOT                                            a boat

BOTUR                                       a bittern (bird)

BOUM                                      a bomb

BOUMÄD                                 bombardment

BOV                                           a basin

BOVED                                       a plate

BOVIL                                        a dish

BOVILAVACIN                          a dishwasher

BOVÜL                                       a cup

BOYAD                                    an executioner

BÖB                                         a  purse

BÖD                                           a bird

BÖDAN                                    a fowler

BÖDAVAN                                an ornithologist

BÖFÖN                                     to  be  silly,  to  have  fun,  to  lark  about

BÖKAN                                    a  coachman

BÖKET                                       a bucket

BÖLADÖN (OKI)                       to  bother (oneself)

BÖLADIK                                 annoying, bothersome, a nuisance

BÖMÄNIK                                Bohemian

BÖNIÄLIK                                favourable

BÖR                                           butter

BÖRAJUEGOT                          toffee

BÖSIN                                        porcelain

BÖTAN                                       a waiter

BÖTÄDIL                                  a minibar

BÖTÄDARAMAR                      a serving cabinet (for food/drinks)

BÖTÄDÖP                                  a pub

                                                *    bötädöpatab = bar

BÖTÖM                                      a tray

BÖTÖN                                       to serve (meals and drinks)

BRAD                                         an arm (=limb)

BRADASTUL                              an armchair

BRADASTUTÖM                        an arm-rest (on chair)

BRADÖN                                   to embrace

BRAKAGLOKIL                                    a wrist-watch

BRAMARUBUD                        a blackberry bush

BRAFIK                                     able, capable, popular

BRAFÖ!                                     Well done!

BRANÖN                                  to  vibrate

BRASID                                     a cabbage

BRAUNAKOLAT                       soft coal

BRAUNIK                                  brown

BREFABÜIK                               recent

BREFIK                                      short

BREFÜKAM                                an abbreviation

BREIKÖN                                   to break (something)

BREIKOT(S)                              wreckage

BREIN                                        a brain

BREINAPARALÜD                    a stroke

BREKOD                                    a break, a fracture

BREKOTÖN                              to  fragment

BREKOVIK                                 delicate, fragile

BREKÖ!                                    crash!  bang!

BREKÖN                                    to break (= become broken)

BREKÜLOVIK                           brittle

BRIDÖN                                     to breed, to bring up, to rear

BRIKOD                                   an apricot

BRIETIK                                    drunk, inebriated, intoxicated

BRIETÜKÖN                             to intoxicate

BRIKODEP                               an  apricot  tree

BROADOT                                a broadcast

BROADÖP                                a (radio/TV) station

BRODÖN                                  to embroider

BRODOT                                  an embroidery

BROJÜR                                   a brochure

BROKAN                                    a broker

BROKAT                                  brocade

BRON                                       trachea

BRONATUIGS                           bronchi

BRONSÖT                                bronze

BRUÄT                                     a wheelbarrow

                                                * bruätavobod = a rough task

BRUL                                       a  tangle

BRUMÖN                                 to  buzz,  to  hum (like insects)

BRUT                                       a gross amount

BRUVÖN                                  to sniff

BRÜOM                                    embryo

BRÜYÄR                                  heather

BRÜYÄRALÄN                         heathland

BUAM                                      priority

BUB                                         a  cow

BUBAMIT                                  beef

BUBÜL                                       a calf

BUBÜLAMIT                              veal

BUÄD                                       an advantage

BUDAN                                      a buddhist

BUFOD                                     a toad

BUEG                                         a beech (tree)                                 

BUFOD                                     a  toad

BUG                                           a bay

BUID                                        a hedge

BUIDÖN                                   to  hedge in

BUIKUMIK                               preferable

BUIKUMO                                  preferably, rather

BUJID                                       a sparking plug

BUK                                           a book

BUKARAMAR                            a bookcase

BUKÄD                                    book-keeping

BUKEM                                      a library

BUKISELAN                               a bookseller

BUKISELIDÖP                           a bookshop

BULÄD                                     a blister

BULIK                                      bubbly

BULIL                                      a  bubble

BUM                                           construction

BUMAVAN                               an architect

BUMOT                                      a building

BUMÖN                                     to build, to construct

BUN                                           a jump, a leap, a spring

BUNÄDÖN                                 to skip

BUNDAN                                   abundance

BUNDANIK                                abundant, plenty

BUNÖN (LOVE)                         to jump, to leap, to spring (over)

BUNASTAFABUNAM                (the) pole vault (= athletics)

BUNDANIK                               abundant, in plenty

BUO                                         preferably

BUON                                       a  cork

BUÖN                                       to prefer

BUT                                            a boot

BUÜKÖN                                   to prefer

BÜ                                               ...ago  (bü yels tel = two years ago)

BÜ                                               before (preposition)

BÜAD                                       a decree

BÜÄ                                           before (conjunction)

BÜÄTAN                                  (the) late lamented

BÜÄTO                                     formerly

BÜD                                           a command, an order

BÜDAKIP                                 a (mental) reservation

BÜDAZÄNOD                           control room

BÜDÖM (FAGOSEATIK)            a (remote) control

                                                *leodükön büdömis = to set (the) controls


BÜDÖN                                      to command, to control, to order

BÜDÜLÖN                                to prescribe

BÜFÄT                                       a sideboard

BÜFIK                                        preliminary, provisional

BÜFO                                       for the time being

BÜG                                            a can, a tin

BÜGIMAIFÜKÖM                      a can-opener, a tin-opener                         

BÜGOLAN                                a harbinger, a herald

BÜGOLÖN                                to gain (time, clocktime)

BÜGUT                                      a foretaste

BÜIK                                          former, preliminary, previous

BÜIKÜNO                                  first and foremost, firstly, in the first place

BÜK                                           print

BÜKOT                                      a printed paper

BÜKÖN                                      to print

BÜMAL                                    a prerequisite, a sign

BUMÄD                                    construction

BÜMICÖDOT                              a prejudice

BÜMICÖDÖN                            to  prejudice

BÜN                                         a pear

BÜO                                           before, formerly

BÜOCEDÖN                                to suppose, to presuppose

BÖOCED                                  a presupposition

BÜOLOGED                              a preview

BÜOLOGÖN                               to foresee

BÜOMESÜLÖN (AD)                 to take precautions (to)

BÜOSAGAN                              a fortune teller, seer, soothsayer

BÜOSAGÖN                                to forecast, to predict

BÜOSEN                                   a premonition

BÜOSTIP                                  a prerequisite

BÜOVITÖN                               to  avoid

BÜR                                           an office

BÜROKRAT                              bureaucracy

BÜSID                                        business

BÜSIDAN                                   businessman

BÜSIDACIF                                 executive, manager

BÜSIDIK                                   commercial

BÜZIB                                        an hors d'oeuvre, a starter




CAFED                                       a kettle

CAFÄD                                       a casserole, a saucepan

CAL                                            employment, occupation, profession

CALAFOVAN                            a  successor

CALAKOMIT                            an official duty

CALAN                                       a clerk, an official

CALASVIST                              a  colleague

CALONUNODAN                       a reporter

CALÖFIK                                   official

CAM                                        a chamois

CAN(S)                                     goods

CANAMAGAD                          a  warehouse

CANISELIDÖP                          a department store

CARAD                                    a locust

CAVÖN                                    to yawn

CÄDIK                                       distinguished, excellent, highly respected

CÄF                                            a beetle

CÄLAN                                      an employer

CÄLÄB                                       an employee

CÄLODÖN                                to appoint

CÄLÖN                                      to nominate

CÄMANEF                                (town/city) council

CÄNAMON                               change  (cash)

CÄNÖN                                      to change, to exchange

CED                                            an opinion

CEDIDÖN                                   to feign, to pretend

CEDÖN                                      to mean

CEK                                            a cage

CEL                                          a cherry

CELABIM                                   a cherry-tree

CELEP                                        a cherry-tree

CEM                                           a room (in house)

CEMAKLOT                              a dressing gown

CENAVAMIK                            cold-blooded

CENO                                         alternately, for a change

CENÖN (AD)                              to change (into), to turn (into)

CIEL                                           a gill (of fish)

CIF                                             a chief, a director, a head

CIFAZIF                                     chief, main, principal

CIFODANEF                             (the) authorities

CIL                                             a child, an infant

CILAJIDÜNAN                           a (children's) nurse

CILASAIKUL                            a tricycle

CILIJIKÄLÄDAN                       a child-minder

CILIL                                         a baby

CILÖFOT                                  childishness

CILÜP                                      childhood

CILÜL                                      a kiddie

CIM                                            a chimney, a (ship's) funnel

CIMAMULÜR                             a mantelpiece

CIMPAN                                   a chimpanzee

CIN                                            a machine

CINALEÜL                                machine oil

CINÄDAN                                  a (mechanical) engineer

CINEM                                     machinery

CIP                                           a splinter

                                                * (pöteta)cips = crisps

COG                                           fun, humour

COGEDÄL                                a sense of humour

COGIK                                       funny, humorous, jokey         

COGÖN (DÖ)                             to jest, to joke (about)

COL                                         violoncello

COP                                            a hoe

CÖDAL                                      a judge

CÖDAN                                    a magistrate

CÖDÄD                                      a lawsuit, a trial

CÖDÄDÖN                                to bring to trial

CÖDETADEIDÖN                      to execute (= put to death)

CÖDETÖN (EKI AD)                  to condemn (someone to)

CÖDISPIKED                            a verdict

CÖDOT                                      a judgment

CÖDÖN                                      to judge

CÖG                                         chess

CÖGAPIÄD                               a chess piece

CÖNGUL                                  a jungle

CÖPILÖN                                  to chop up

CUB                                         a cistern, a tank

CUBANAF                                a tanker (ship)

CUBAVAB                                a tanker (lorry)

CUK                                           a donkey

CUVÖN                                      an axe, a hatchet

CÜG                                           a cheek (part of face)

CÜGASEPIL                              a dimple

CÜN                                           a chin

CÜTID                                      a deception, delusion

CÜTIDÖN                                 to deceive

CÜTOD                                     a deception, a disappointment

CÜTÖN                                      to deceive





DA                                               through

DABAILÖN                               to farm out, to lease

DABENO                                  blissfully

DAIF                                        a banquet, a feast

DAIL                                          a parliament

DABIN                                       existence

DABINANEF                             everyone  (in a certain place)

DABINÖN                                  to exist  (dabinos = there is (are)

DABLÜNÖN                              to extradite

DABRIDÖP                                 a nursery (for flowers, plants)

DABÜKAN                                 a publisher

DABÜKÖM                               a  printer   (computer, etc)

DABÜKOT                                 an edition

DABÜKÖN                                 to publish

DACEIN                                    a transmutation

DADEADÖN                              to become extinct

DADEIDÖN                               to exterminate

DADRÄNÄLAM                                    stress

DADRÄNÄLIK                          stressful

DADRANÖN                             to pierce

DADRIENÖN                             (to) soak (ingredients)

DADUNÖN                                (to) carry out

DAEMED                                  a redoubt  (military)

DAEM                                      a  dyke,  a  rampart

DAET                                         a date (fruit)

DAF                                            a badger

DAFAINIK                                shrivelled

DAFAMÜL                                a family line

DAFOMÖN                                 to develop fully, to train

DAFREDÜKÖL                          delightful

DAFREDÜKÖN                         to enthrall

DAFRONIKÖN                          to shrivel, to wither

DAG                                           darkness

DAGEBÖN (MONI)                    to invest (money)

DAGIK                                       dark

DAGLOF                                    development, growth

DAGLOFÖN                                to develop, to grow up

DAIF                                          a banquet, a feast

DAIFAN                                     a connoisseur

DAIFIDAN (HI-/JI-)                    a host, a hostess

DAIFIDÄB  (HI-/JI-)                    a guest

DAIFOTÜL                                a  morsel,  a  treat

DAIL                                        parliament

DAILAN                                    member of parliament

DAIVÖN                                     to dive

DAIVÜLÖN                                 to somersault

DAJÄF                                       (general) activity, coming and going

DAJEK                                      terror 

DAJOIKÜLÖN                           to push, to shove                                     

DAJONÄD                                  an exhibition, trade fair

DAJONÄDÖN                             to exhibit

DAJONÖN                                 to display, to present

DAJONÖN (OKI)                        to appear, to manifest

DAJONÜL                                 demonstration

DAKIPÖN                                   to hold, to maintain, to retain

DAKONSÄLAM                          a consultation

DAKONSÄLÖN                         (to) counsel

DAKONSÄLAN                         a counsellor

DAKOSÄD                                 traffic

DAKOSÄDASIRK                      a (traffic) roundabout

DAKOSÄDASTÖPÄD                 a (traffic) jam

DALABAN                                 an owner, a proprietor

DALABOT                                  a property

DALABÖN                                 to possess

DALABÜKÖN                           to maintain

DALEBÜD                                an  (official) edict

DALEFAT                                  a great-grandfather

DALEMOT                                 a great-grandmother

DALESKOP                               a telescope

DALESTÜM                              awe, esteem

DALESTÜMIK                           highly esteemed

DALIAD                                    a dahlia

DALILAN                                  a listener

DALILANEF                              an audience

DALILÖN                                   to listen to, to pay attention to

DALOGAL                                an inspector

DALOGAM                               an inspection

DALON                                     (the) constitution

DALONÖN                                to constitute (= to adopt constitution)

DALÖN (+ INFIN)                      to be allowed to (=may)

DALUIMÜKÖL                          sodden

DALUKÄM                               a  surgical  camera

DALUKÖTETAV                        key-hole  surgery

DALUSKOP                              a microscope

DALUVAL                                microcosm

DAMÜTÖN                               (to) enforce

DAN                                           thank(s)

DANOTÜKÖN                           to make known

DANÄDÖN                                 to acknowledge, to be indebted to

DANÄDÜ                                   thanks to...

DANÖF                                      gratitude

DANÖFIK                                   thankful

DANÖN                                      to thank (danön demü/pro = to thank for)

DANÜD                                      a dance

DANÜDÜM                                a dance (tune)

DANÜDÖN                                 to dance

DAOPTAN                                  an adoptive parent

DAOPTÄB                                  an adopted child

DAPEBÖN                                  pounding, thumping (of heart)

DAREIGÖN                               to dominate

DAS                                            that (conjunction)

DASAMAN                                 an exemplar, a model, a paragon

DASÄKÖN                     to interrogate

DASENÄLIK                             sensitive

DASEVÖN                                to realize, to recognize

DASLEITÖN                               to slash, to slit, to tear apart

DASTUN                                   a sensation

DASTUNANUN                         a sensational report

DASUEMÖN                             to (mentally) realize

DASUKÖN (DA)                                    to rummage (through)

DASUMÖN                                 to accept

DAT                                           so that (conjunction)

DATIKÖN                                  to devise, to think out

DATIKOVIK                              imaginable

DATOMÖN                               to torment

DATONÖN                                to ring out

DATUVOT                                 an invention

DATUVÖN                     to invent

DAUK                                        a carrot

DAÜKÖN (ME)                          saturated (with)

DAÜLAN                                    an adult

DAÜLÜP                                   adulthood

DAUN                                        down (=fluffy feathers)

DAUT                                         a daughter

DAV                                           dew

DAVÄL                                     an election

DAVATOF                                a  dewdrop

DAVED                                     emergence

DAVEDÖN                                to   appear   suddenly                              

DAVEDÖP                                a birth-place

DAVEDÜKÖN                            to bring about, cause, effect,  incite, provoke  

DÄBEJÜTÖN                             to shoot off

DÄBREK                                  erosion

DÄDIK                                      defective, impaired

DÄDIKÖN                                  to break down, to fail

DÄDILEDIKÖN                          to crumble

DÄDILEDÜKÖN                        to crumble  (bread, etc)

DÄFALOT                                 rubbish

DÄG                                           a dagger

DÄGÖN                                      to stab

DÄK                                           a deck (on board ship)

DÄL                                           permission, concession

DÄLAB                                     charter

DÄLÄDÄB                                a deputy

DÄLÄDO                                  duly

DÄLÄLIK                                  indulgent, lenient, merciful

DÄLOD                                     (social) atmosphere

DÄLÖN (+ INFIN)                      to allow, to permit

DÄLTAD                                   a delta

DÄM                                          damage, harm

DÄMIK                                       harmful

DÄMOT(S)                                damage

DÄMÜ                                      to the detriment of

DÄMÜKÖN                               to damage

DÄPÄB                                       an adept

DÄPÖN                                      to initiate

DÄROPÖN                                to disrupt

DÄRVID                                   a  dervish

DÄSÄRT                                    a desert

DÄSIN                                      a pattern

DÄSINAV                                 graphics

DÄSINOT                                  a drawing

DÄSINÖN                                   to delineate, draw, sketch

DÄSINOTABIOSKOP                 a  cartoon   (=  animated  film)

DÄSPERÖN                                to despair

DASTEIF                                  ambition

DÄSTEPÖN                                 to spurn

DÄSTURÖN                              to disintegrate

DÄT                                           a date (calendar)

DÄTAGÖN                                to trample down

DE                                               of, from

DEADAM                                   death

DEADANAGALÄD                     wake (after persons’s death)

DEADANÖP                                cemetery

DEADAPÖNOD                         (the) death penalty

DEADIK                                     dead

DEADIYUF                               euthenasia

DEADÖFIK                               mortal

DEADÖN                                    to die

DEB                                            a debt

DEBETÖN                                  to owe (money)

DEBÖN                                      to owe

DEF                                            a defect, a deficiency

DEFAL                                     litter

DEFÄDÖN                                to be in need,  to be in want

DEFÄLOTIÄR                           a dustbin

DEFIK                                      deficient, imperfect

DEFÖN                                       to be deficient, to be lacking, to fail

DEG                                           ten

DEGBAL                                    eleven

DEGIV                                       delivery, surrender (of goods)

DEGTEL                                     twelve

DEGTELAT                                 a dozen

DEGYEL                                   a decade

DEIDACÖDETÖN                      to sentence to death

DEIDÖL                                    fatal, lethal

DEIDÖN                                     to kill

DEIFLODÖN                               to freeze to death

DEIJÜTÖN (EKI)                       to execute (someone) by shooting

DEIKAM                                    a digression

DEIKÖN                                    to digress, to stray

DEILÄGÖM                               gallows

DEILÄGÖN (EKI)                       to execute (someone) by hanging

DEIMÖN                                    to condemn, reject, repudiate

DEKÄTAN                                a  dean 

DEKLAM                                   a declamation

DEKLINÖN                               to decline (nouns)

DEKOTÖN                                (to) decode

DEKUL                                       December

DEKÖN                                      to adorn, decorate

DEL                                            a day

DELABUK                                a diary

DELAGASED                               a newspaper

DELAPRIM                                  daybreak

DELFIN                                    a dolphin

DELIR                                      delirium

DEM                                           regard, heed, take notice of

                                                * no demön = (to) ignore

DEMILÖN (DÖ)                         to be petty (about)

DEMOD                                    an indirect object (grammar)

DEMOKRAT                             democracy

DEMÖN                                      to mind, to note, to regard, to take into account, to take notice of

DEMÜ                                      in consideration of, relating to, taking into account

DEMÜT                                    extortion

DEN                                         a rapier

DENSITIK                                   dense, thick

DENSITÜKIAN                          a condenser

DENTINIK                                 choosy

DENU                                       from  then  on,  henceforth

DEPÜTANEF                               a delegation, a deputation

DEPÜTÄB                                  a deputy, a member of parliament

DERÖNÖN                                 to start (a race)

DESEDAN                                  a  sender

DESIN                                        an intention, a plan, a purpose

DESINO                                     deliberately, on purpose

DESIR                                        a desire, yearning

DESIRIK                                    anxious

DESIRÖN                                   to desire, to yearn

DETÄV                                       departure

DETÄVÖN (DE)                         to depart (from)

DETIK                                        right-hand

DETÜLASELIDÖP                     a retailer

DEÜKÖN                                  to  remove,  to  take  off

DEVEGAM                                 setting out (on journey)

DEVID                                      foreign  exchange

DI                                             from,  of   (with names of cities, countries,  regions)

DIABÜL                                    an  imp,  a little devil

DIAGUNIK                                diagonal

DIALIM                                      idealism        

DIAMET                                     diameter

DIATEK (NULIK)                       The New Testament

DIÄT                                        a diet

DIB                                            a depth

DIBIK                                         deep

DIBOT                                        a (specific) depth

DICETÄM                                 digestive system

DICETÖN                                   to digest

DIDO                                          certainly, indeed

DIENTIFÄD                               identification, an identity card                     

DIFIK                                       different                        

DIFÖN (DE)                               to differ (from)

DIFÜL                                      nuance

DIGIDÖN                                   to appreciate, to esteem

DIGIK                                        dear, esteemed, lovable

DIGÄDIK                                   valuable, worthy

DIGIDÖLO                                appreciatively

DIGÄDÖN                                  to be worthy of, to be of value

DIGIDÖN                                  to appreciate

DIKOT                                      a diktat (of dictator)                                

DIKTORAN                               a dictator

DIL                                             a part, a portion

DILAM                                       a division

DILÄDÖN (VÜ)                          to divide (among)

DILÄM                                     a dilemma

DILED                                       a piece

DILEKÖN                                  to conduct (orchestra)

DILET                                        an analysis

DILIJAN                                     a carriage, a stage-coach

DILO                                          partly

DILOD                                       a share

DILODÖN                                  to share

DILOT                                        a deal, a part (of a whole)

DILÖN                                       to divide, to part

DIN                                            a matter, a thing

DINAMIT                                  dynamite

DINÄD                                       a circumstance, a condition

DINDUN                                     a turkey

DINIT                                       a  dignity

DINITALEOD                            hierarchy (non-religious)

DINOSAUR                               a dinosaur

DIOTIK                                     idiotic

DIP                                           diplomacy

DIPAN                                        a diplomat

DIPANEF                                  (the) diplomatic corps

DIS                                             under

DISÄRT                                    desertion

DISBOVEDIL                             a saucer

DISEIN                                       an aim, a plan

DISEINÖN                                   to aim, to mean

DISIN                                         a design, a plan

DISINÖN                                    to design, to plan

DISKUDIJEDAM                         (the) discus throw (= Olympics)

DISLIENÜKÖN                          to underline, to underscore

DISMELANAF                           a submarine

DISPENÄD                                  a signature

DISPENÖN                                  to sign

DISSEVÄLÖF(IK)                      subconscious

DISSILIK                                  open-air

DISSTÜTOT                              a base,  a plinth

DIST                                         an (essential) difference

DISTALIK                                 underground (= general)

DISTÖN (DE)                             to distinguish (from)

DISTIDÖN                                   to distinguish, to make a distinction

DISTIK                                       distinct

DISTÖFIK                                   diverse, various

DISTRENAVEG                         the underground (railway)

DISTUKÖN                                  to destroy;  to devastate

DIT                                             separation

DITAVÖL                                  diaphragm

DITIBÖN                                   to hand out

DITÖN (DE)                               to separate (from);  to take leave (of)

DISTRENAVEG                         underground (railway)

DITRET                                    distress, an emergency

                                                * ditreto = in distress

DITRETAJÄNIL                         communication cord (on train)

DITRETADONIOKÖM                an emergency landing (aviation)

DITRETAKLOK                         a warning bell (in distress)

DIUM                                         a (spiritualist) medium

DIUR                                        daytime

DIURETIN                                 diuresis  (medical)

DIURÖN                                   to be on duty

DIV                                          a  treasure

DIVODIK                                  devoted

DIVODÖN (+ dative)                   (to be) addicted (to)

DIVÖP                                      a treasure house

DO                                               although, though

DOAT                                         a finger

DOATABOMIL                          phalanx

DOATAHÄT                              a thimble

DOATANUEL                            a fingernail

DOATÖN                                   to touch

DOBÄLIK                                 false

DOBIK                                       false, wrong

DOBÜKAM                               a falsification

DOBÜKÖN                                to fasify, to spoil

DOCOD                                      (the) Doge (=Venetian ruler)

DOD                                         disapproval,  misgiving

DOFIK                                      dull

DOG                                           a dog

DOJEDÖN  (OKI)                       to  prostrate  (oneself)

DOJOIKÖN                                  to overturn, to upset

DOK                                         a doctorate

DOKAN                                      a doctor

DOKIENÖN                               to kneel down

DOKÜM                                    a document

DOKÜMAM                              documentation

DOL                                           pain, suffering

DOLIK                                       hurting, painful

DOLÖN                                      to hurt

DOM                                          a house

DOMARAV                               a (house) burglary

DOMATRIP                               rates  (for house, etc)

DOMAL                                      a master (of household)

DOMINOV                                dominoes (= game)

DON                                           bottom (not top)

DONADIL LÖPIK                      upside down

DONAJUL                                 a  lower  (primary)  school

DONAMAXÜL                           (the) lower jaw

DONAPLANEM                         undergrowth

DONATEAD                                ground floor

DONIO                                       downwards

DONO                                        below, down

DONÜ                                        below   

DONÜKÖN                                 to lower

DOPLADÖN                              to put down

DOSLEATÖN                            to demolish

DOT                                           a doubt 

DOTIK                                       doubtful

DOTIMIK                                  sceptical

DOTÖN (DÖ/TEFÜ)                    to doubt                                   

DÖB                                           guilt

DÖBAT                                      a debate

DÖBÄDÖN                                to find guilty

DÖBIK                                       guilty

DÖBIKÖN  (DEMÜ)                   to be guilty of

DÖBOT                                      failure, fault

                                                (döbot duton lü ol  =  it's your fault !)

DÖDEL                                       Thursday

DÖFÄD                                     a shortcoming

DÖFIK                                      defective

                                                (rif döfik = a flat tyre)

DÖM                                          thumb

DÖNU                                        again

DÖNUAM                                   a repetition

DÖNUAMAPLÄG                      a rehearsal

DÖNUAMO                                repeatedly

DÖNUBUMÖN                          to rebuild

DÖNUKOPAM                           reincarnation

DÖNUKOPÖN                           (to) reincarnate

DÖNULIFÜKÖN                         to revive

DÖNULOGÖ!                             see you soon!  so-long!

DÖNUPENÖ!                             write again soon!

DÖNUOD                                  a refrain, a repetition

DÖNUÖN                                   to repeat

DRAK                                       a dragon

DRAMATAN                               an actor

DRAMATAV                             drama

DRAMATÖN                             to dramatise

DRANÄDAN                             an intruder

DRANÄDIK                               intrusive

DRANÄL                                  a compulsion

DRANÖFIK                                 urgent

DRANÖN                                  to press,  to rush  (of blood, etc)

DRAT                                         wire

DRÄGUN                                  a dragoon (military)

DRÄNÄL                                  an affliction

DRÄNÖN                                  to press, push, shove

DRÄTODÖN (OKI)                     to train (= sports)

DRÄTÖN                                  to train (= animals)

DRED                                         fear

DREDÖN                                    to fear

DREDABIK                                 awful, fearful

DREDÄLIK                                  apprehensive, anxious

DREDÄLÜKÖN                          to alarm, to demoralise

DREDILIK                                 uncanny

DREDIK                                     afraid

DREDÖF                                    cowardice

DREDÖN (DEMÜ)                      to be afraid (of)

DREFÄB                                   a (human) subject, a victim

DREFIK                                    relevant

DREFÖN                                    to affect, to strike

DREMÄL                                  anxiety

DREMET                                  a vibration

DREMÖN (DUB/SEKÜ)              to tremble (with);  to shudder

DREN                                         a tear

DRENAMEAT                           tear duct

DRENÖN                                    to cry, to weep

DRENÜKÖN                              to  distress,  to  upset  (=  to  make  cry)

DRIM                                         a dream

DRIMÄL                                   a daydream

DRIMÄLO                                 in a trance

DRIMÖN                                    to dream

DRIN                                          a drink

DRINAMON                                a gratuity, a tip

DRINED                                     a beverage

DRINOD                                     a drink

DRINÖN                                     to drink

DROG                                       a drug

DROLIK                                     comical, whimsical

DRUMÖN                                 to drone, to hum, to roar

DU                                               while

DUBÄ                                        because   (conjunction)

DUBO                                       thereby

DUBÜKÖN                                (to) reset (page)  (computger)

DUGÄDÖN                                 to accompany  (to go with)

DUGÄL                                      education, upbringing

DUGÄLÖN                                 to bring up, to educate,  to raise

DUGED                                     a  (musical)  accompaniment

DUGIAN                                     a 'mains' connection (for gas, water, etc)

DUGOLÖP                                  a corridor

DUGÖN                                      to direct, to manage, to lead

DUINAFÄGIK                            efficient, competent

DUINAVOTEM                          a repertoire

DUINOD                                     an achievement

DUINOT                                    an attainment, a deed

DUINÖN                                   (to) achieve

DUJETAPARAT                          a shower fitting

DUK                                         a dock

DUKÖP                                     a dockyard

DUKRUDÖN                             (to) criss-cross

DUL                                           a duration

DRINÖPATAB                           bar

DULIK                                      chronic, lasting, perennial

DULOGAMOVIK                        transparent

DULÖFIK                                   durable, settled (of weather)

DULÖN (DÜ)                             to last (for)

DUMIK                                       dull (=of tone)

DUN                                           an action

DUNALEFOM                           active voice (grammar)

DUNAMOD                               a policy

DUNETATAB                            a  (shop)  counter

DUNETÄB                                a  client, a customer

DUNETÖN                                to  serve  (someone)

DUNIKOD                                 a fanatical act

DUNODÖN                               to act (as);  to function

DUNOT                                      a deed

DUNÖF                                     activity

DUNÖN                                      to do

DUODEN                                  duodenum

DUBÜKÖN                                (to) reset (page)  (computer)

DUSTODAN                              an industrialist

DUTÖN (LÜ)                              to belong (to)

DÜ                                   during

DÜD                                         a paper bag

DÜF                                           hardness

DÜFÄLIKO                               hard-heartedly

DÜFIK                                       hard

DÜFIKAM                                 hardening

DÜKÄN                                    a duchy

DÜNÄDIAN                               a server  (computer)

DÜNÄDAKOMPAIN                   a server (company)

DÜNÄDÖN                                to do military service

DÜNAN                                      a servant

DÜNASPADÄD                          a service area

DÜNET                                       an errand

DÜNOT                                     a  service

DÜNOTAN                                a  (shop)  assistant

DÜNÖN                                      (to) serve

DÜNÜKÖN                                (to) hire, (to) employ

DÜP                                            an hour, o'clock

                                                * a düp  =  per hour

DÜPAFOLDIL                            a quarter of an hour

DÜPAKOUN                              a time zone

DÜPATELDIL                            half an hour   

DÜTÖN                                      to appropriate



E                                               and

EBO                                         just, precisely

ED                                           and (before vowels)

EFE                                         indeed, but...

EK                                           anybody, anyone

EKÖ                                        here is (are)

EKÖMÖLAN                           a new arrival

EL                                           the

ELEGIAC                                glumapoedik

ENEITO                                  the night before last

ENU                                        just now

ET                                           that (adjective)

ETDELAO                               from that day on

ETOS                                       that (noun)



FA                                                by

FAALIK                                        pale

FAB                                             a fable

FABRIKAM                                  (the) manufacture

FABRIKAN                                   manufacturer                          

FABRIKÖP                                   a factory

FABRIKÖN                                   to manufacture

FABRIKOT                                   a product

FAD                                             a thread

FAEM                                           hunger

FAEMADITRET                             a  famine

FAEMIK                                       hungry

FAFAR                                         a fanfare

FAG                                             distance

FAGIK                                          distant, far

FAGOSEATIK                               remote

FAGOT                                         a distance

FAGOTABUNAM                          (the) long jump (= athletics)

FAGOTALEIGIK                            parallel

FAGOTILÜ                                    a short distance from

FAIB                                            a fibre

FAILAM                                       a (financial) failure

FAILAN                                        a bankrupt

FAILOT                                        a ruin

FAILÖN                                        to go bankrupt

FAINIKAM                                    fading, withering

FAINIKÖN                                    (to) languish.wither

FAJISTIK                                      fascist

FAKULTET                                   faculty (education)

FAL                                              a fall

FALAJELÖM                                 a parachute

FALOK                                         a  falcon,  a  hawk

FALÖN                                         to fall

FALSÄT                                       a high-pitched voice

FAM                                             fame

FAMIK                                         famous

FAMÜL                                        a family

FAMÜLANEM                               a surname

FANAPLED                                   a (game of) 'tig'

FANÄBAM                                   imprisonment

FANÄBÖP                                      a prison

FANÄBÖPÄB                                a prisoner

FANÄBÖPÖN                                (to be in) prison

FANÄBÜKAMABÜD                     a warrant (for the arrest of)

FANÄBÜKÖN                               to arrest

FANÄDÖN                                    to catch, to snatch

FANÖN                                         to catch

FAR                                             a lighthouse

FARIN                                          pharynx

FARM                                          a farm

FARMADOM                                a farmhouse

FARMAN                                      a farmer

FASAD                                         a facade

FASILIK                                       easy

FASILOT                                      a  facility

FAT                                              a father

FATISASEN                                  patricide

FATÜL KRITID                             Father Christmas

FATÜITIK                                     arrogant, conceited

FAVIK                                          glum,  morose,  upset

FAVÖN                                         to upset, to worry

                                                    * no favolös tefü ob = don’t worry about me.

FÄD                                             a chance event, a coincidence  

                                                    (ma fäd  =  at random)

FÄDIK                                          accidental, by chance

FÄDIKO                                        as it happens, haphazardly, perchance

FÄDO                                           casually, by chance, unexpectedly

FÄG                                             an ability, a faculty

FÄGIK                                          able, capable

FÄGIKO                                        ably, capably

FÄGÖN                                         to be capable, to be in a position to

FÄKAM                                        emotion, fervour

FÃKÃD                                         excitement

FÄKÄDIK                                     excitable

FÄIKNIBÖN                                  to squeeze together

FÄIKNOPÖN                                 to button up

FÄISKRUBÖN                               to screw down

FÄISTEIGÄDÖN                            to plug, to stop up

FÄITANÖN                                   to bind up

FÄKÄDIKO                                   emotional

FÄKÄDÜKÖN                               to excite (emotionally)

FÄK                                             emotion

FÄKIK                                          excited, moved (emotionally)

FÄKIKÖN                                     to be moved (emotionally)

FÄKÖN                                         to be touched  (emotionally)

FÄKÜKÖL                                    ardent, highly emotional

FÄKÜKÖN                                    to move (emotionally)

FÄLIB                                          a (wheel) hub

FÄLID                                          a valley

FÄNÄDÖN                                    to flutter, to wave

FÄNÖM                                        a ventilator

FÄRMÜKAMAMUSKUL                sphincter

FÄRMÜKÖN                                 to close, to shut

FÄRMÜKÖN ME LÖK                    to lock

FÄT                                              luck

·       fäti läbik! = good luck!

FÄTÖFIK                                      fateful

FÄTOT                                         destiny, fortune

FE                                                it's true that

FEABLUNEDÖN                            to re-baptize

FEAFOMÖM                                 a tramsformer (electrical)

FEAJAFÖN (AD)                            to convert (into)

FEALOTÄDÖN                              to  remove  (=  move  house)

FEAPLADÖN                                to download  [computers]

FEATONATAM                             transliteration

FEATONATÄT                              a transliteration

FEATONATÖN                              (to) transliterate

FEBAKATÄD                                working capital

FEBÄD                                         a (commercial) enterprise

FEBOD                                         occupation, trade

FEBUL                                         February

FED                                              a federation, league

FEDIK                                          federal

FEDÖN  (KO /  TA)                        to  be  in  league  (with  /  against)

FEELID                                         a freckle

FEFIK                                           grave, serious

FEFILÜKAM                                 combustion

FEFO                                            in earnest

FEGEBÖN                                     to  use up

FEGÖN (KO)                                 to skirmish, challenge

FEIFÖN                                        to whistle

FEIFÜLÖN                                    to squeak

FEILALÄNED                                arable land

FEILAM                                        agriculture

FEILAN                                        a peasant, a rustic person

FEILANIK                                     rural

FEILAV                                        agriculture

FEINIK                                         fine

FEINÜKÖL                                    rarefied

FEL                                              a field

FELIFÄDÖN                                  to spend (time)

FEMUR                                        a femur

FEN                                              fatigue, tiredness

FENIK                                          tired

FENÄT                                         a window

FENÄTABOED                              a window-sill

FENÄTIKLINÜKAN                       a winder cleaner

FENÜKÖN                                    to exhaust, to tire

FER                                              iron (metallic substance)

FERABEM                                    an iron beam

FERACAN(S)                                hardware

FERIN                                          iron (chemical element)

FERINAMÜN                                iron ore

FEROD                                         a rail

FERODARUTAVEG                       a train track

FESÜL                                          a (blood) vessel

FEUDIM                                       feudalism

FIBIK                                           faint, weak

FIBÖFIK                                       mild

FID                                               food

FIDACAN                                     crockery

FIDACEM                                     a dining room

FIDASTAFIL                                 a chopstick

FIDÄD                                          a meal

FIDÄDAKAD                                 a menu (table d'hôte)

FIDED                                          a dinner

FIDEDÖN                                      to dine

FIDOVIK                                       eatable, edible

FIDÖN                                          to eat

FIDUIN                                         completion

FIDÜP                                          a  mealtime

FIED                                             faith

FIEDIK                                         faithful

FIEN                                             interest (=financial return)

FIF                                               a fever, a temperature

FIFÖN                                          to have a fever, a temperature

FIG                                               a fig

FIGUR                                          a figure, a form

FIJESIPED                                    (= fibot jelasita pedagetöl)  =  Aids

FIKULIK                                       awkward, difficult, hard

FIL                                               a fire

FILAMASTÖF                               fuel

FILASEPÜLÖP                              a crematorium

FILAZÄP                                      a (pair of) tongs

FILÄT                                           a net

FILED                                           a burn (=injury)

FILETATOP                                  a hearth

FILETATOPAFÖN                         an (open) fireplace

FILIAL                                          branch (of business)

FILID                                            ignition (of car)

FILIDÖM                                      a lighter

FILIDÖN                                       to ignite, to kindle, to light

FILIG                                            a fern

FILM                                            a film  (filmastelan = a film star)

FILOSOP                                      philosophy

FILÖN                                          to burn (=be burning)

FILÜKÖN                                      to burn up

FIMÄDÖN                                     to  harness,  to  make  firm

FIMEKÖN                                     to complete, to finish

FIMIK                                           fast, firm

FIMIKÖN                                      to strand

FIMÜKÖN                                     to fasten, to fix

FIN                                               a conclusion, an end

FINEN                                          finance

FINIDÖN                                       to abolish, to bring to an end

FINO                                            after all

FINOT                                          an (ultimate) end, an extremity

FINÜKÖN                                     to conclude, to end, to finish     

FIR                                               a fir (tree)

FIT                                               a fish

·       fish and chips = fit e pötetüls

FITAVATIÄR                                an aquarium

FITEMAVATIÄRÖP                       Public Aquarium

FIV                                               a pool

FIZIR                                            an officer

FLAB                                          a piece of cloth

FLAD                                           a  bottle

FLAG                                           a  flag,  a  standard

FLAGEDÖN                                  to ask, to demand, to insist on

FLAGIÄLIK                                   demanding

FLAGÖN                                       to require

FLAM                                           a flame

FLAMOT                                      a taper. a torch

FLAMÜLÖN                                  to flicker,  to glimmer

FLAN                                           a side

FLANÄD                                       a wing (of building)

FLANATAB                                  a sideboard

FLAP                                            a hit,  a smack

FLAPIL                                         a pat, a slap

FLAPILAKREM                             whipped cream

FLAPÖN                                       to beat, to hit, to slap, to strike

FLÄGRÜLÖN                                to flicker

FLÄKÖMALAMPAD                      a (reflective) headlight

FLÄKÖN                                       to reflect (light)

FLÄNO                                         duty free

FLÄNÜKAMAMÄK                       a (pre-paid) postage stamp

FLÄTÖN                                       to flatter

FLED                                            a load

FLEDANAF                                   a freighter

FLEDASPADÄD                            a cargo hold

FLEDATOOD                                a van

FLEDAVAB                                  a  lorry

FLEDINAIF                                   (the) freight trade

FLEDOT                                       a load

FLEDÜLÖN                                   to  load  (a  gun)

FLEGED                                       a hinge

FLEGIK                                        flexible

FLEGOT                                       compliance

FLEGÖN                                       to  bend,  to  flex

FLEK                                            a rev, a turn

FLEKAM                                      a rotation

                                                    *  talaleflekam = rotation of the earth

FLEKIK                                        flexible, supple

FLEKÖN (OKI)                              to turn (to); to turn around

FLEN                                            a friend

FLENALÖF                                   (close)friendship

FLENAM                                      friendship

FLENÄDAN                                  a comrade, a mate, a pal

FLENÖFIK                                    amiable, kind

FLIB                                             a flea

FLIFÄDIK                                     fresh, new     

FLIFÄDÜKÖL                               refreshing

FLIFÜKÖN                                    to  refresh

FLIFIK                                          fresh

FLIODABUK                                 an  in-folio  album

FLITAMUG                                   a bat (= creature)

FLITAPOF                                    an  airport

FLITÄM                                        a wing

FLITAJIDAIFIDAN                         an air-hostess

FLITÖM                                        an aeroplane, aircraft

                                                    * flitömipolian = aircraft carrier

FLITÖN                                        to fly

FLOD                                           frost

FLODAM                                      freezing

FLODÖFÖN                                  to freeze (due to actions, emotions)

FLODÖN                                       to be frozen

FLOG                                           a flake

FLÖDACIN                                   a freezer

FLÖDÖN                                       to freeze

FLÖKASTUL                                 a  wickerwork  chair

FLÖKOT                                       a plait  (of hair)

FLÖKÖN                                       (to) plait

FLOM                                           a forehead

FLOR                                           a flower

FLORABET                                   a flowerbed

FLORABRASID                             a cauliflower

FLORED                                       a bouquet

FLORÖN                                       to blossom, to flower

FLORÜP                                       Spring

FLOTED                                       a raft

FLOTÖN                                       to float

FLÖRÖN                                       to prompt (in theatre)

FLUD                                           flow, high tide

·       flud süpik = Spring tide

FLUD(OT)                                     flood

FLUDÜP                                       at high tide

FLUK                                           a fruit

FLUKEPAGAD                              an orchard

FLUKÜP                                       Autumn

FLUM                                           a current, flow

FLUMED                                      a river

FLUMEDAJEVOD                          a hippopotamus

FLUMOT                                      a liquid body

FLUMÖN                                      to flow

FLUNÖN                                       to affect, influence

FLUTÜLÖN                                   to whistle (for)

FO                                                before (place), in front of

FOAD                                           a liver (anatomy)

FOBEL                                         headland, promontory

FOD                                             a scythe

FODÖN                                         to cut, to mow, to reap

FOG                                             a mist, a fog

FOGALÄDÖP                                a remote watch (building)

FOGINAN                                     an outsider, a stranger

FOGINIK                                       foreign, strange

FOGINÄN                                     abroad, overseas

FOGINÄNIK                                  foreign

FOGINÄNO                                   abroad

FOGOLAN                                    a predecessor

FOGOLÖN                                    to go before, to precede

FOGÜLÖN                                    to become hazy

FOIKÖN                                        to arise

FOK                                             a fork

FOL                                              four    (folo  =  in  fours)

FOLDIL                                        a quarter

FOLLIEN                                      a square (shape)

FOLLIMAFLAP                             quadriplegia

FOM                                             a form, a shape

FOMAM                                       a version

FOMÄD                                        a feature

FOMÄL                                        imagination

FOMÄLOD                                    a  figment  (of the imagination)

FOMÄLÖN (BOSI)                         to imagine (something); to have an idea (about)

                                                    No kanob fomälön osi = I have no idea

FOMÄT                                        a format, a size

FOMED                                        ceremony

FOMET                                         a  form  (to  fill  out)

FOMÖN                                        to form, to shape

FOMÜLÖN                                    (to)  formulate (in words)

FOMÜLAM                                   an (official) request

FON                                             a spring (of water)

FONÄD                                         a fountain, a well

FONÄT                                         a source, a spring

FONED                                         a fountain (in garden)

FOPAN                                         a fool

FOPIK                                          foolish

FOPLADÖN                                  to put in front

FOR                                             (the) gallows

FORTIF                                        a fortification

FOSPIK                                        a preface        

FOT                                              a forest, a grove, a wood

FOTAZUGOT                                a stretch (of forest)

FOTIKONÖM                                forestry

FOTIKONöMAN                            a ranger

FOTOGRAFAN                              a photographer

FOTOGRAFOT                              a photograph

FOTÜL                                         a thicket

FOUKÖN                                      (to) focus

FOVO                                           furthermore, henceforth

                                                    no fovo = no longer

FOVÖN                                         to follow on

FÖDÖN                                         to elevate, to further, to promote

FÖFAFLAN                                   front (not back)

FÖFAKEDOT                                (the) vanguard

FÖFASTEV (FÖFANAF)                 prow (of ship)

FÖFIK                                          ahead

FÖFIO                                          forwards

FÖFIÖ!                                         forward(s)! (exclamation)

FÖFÖN                                         to be ahead, to be in front

FÖFÜ                                           in front of

FÖFÜKÖN                                    to advance

FÖG                                             a hammer

FÖLÖN                                         to carry out (promise/verdict)

FOLÜM                                        a quartet

FOMÄT                                        a format

FOMÖN                                        to fashion

FÖD                                             an advance, progress

FÖDATANOD                                a conveyor belt

FÖN                                             a heater, a stove

FÖNIG                                          Phoenix

FÖRO                                           at any time, ever

FÖVOT                                         a continuation

FÖVÖN                                         to continue, resume

FRAG                                           a strawberry

FRAKETÖN                                  to crack, to snap

FRAKTUR                                    Gothic  (type)

FRAMBOD                                   a raspberry

FRAMBODARUBUD                     a raspberry bush

FRAN                                           a  franc  (currency)

FRASEOD                                     an expression (phrasing);  turn of phrase

FRÄD(S)                                       an expense, expenses

FRÄDÖN                                      to cost (=have a price of...)

FRÄN                                           a bit (on bridle)

FRED                                           gladness, happiness, joy

FREDADRAMAT                           a comedy

FREDIK                                        glad, happy

FREDIM                                       optimism

FREDIMAN                                   optimist

FREDIMIK                                    optimistic

FREDÖN (DEMÜ/TEFÜ)                 to rejoice (over), to be glad/happy (about)

FREMÄD                                      a frame

FREMÜL                                      a panel

FRENOLOG                                  phrenology

FRENÖM                                      a brake

FRENÖN                                       to brake

FRESKOD                                     a fresco

FRIDEL                                        Friday

FRIN                                            a finch

FROG                                           a frog

FROMAD                                      a cheese

FRON                                           a wrinkle

FRONT                                         a (military) front

FRONTANEF                                the front line (of soldiers)

FRONÜKÖN FLOMI                      to  frown

FRUT                                           an advantage

FRUTIDÖN                                     to benefit from, to make use of, to take

                                                    advantage of

                                                    *  ad frutid (oba) etc = for (my) own good

FRUTIK                                        useful

FRUTÖN                                       to  benefit

FTISID                                          tuberculosis

FUK                                             a seal

FULIK                                            full

FULIOPÖMÖN                               to pump up (tyres, etc)             

FULÜKAPEN                                a fountain-pen

FULÜKÖN                                    to fill

FUN                                             a cadaver, a corpse

FUNAKLOT                                  a shroud

FUNIFILÜKÖP                              a funeral pyre

FUNIG                                          a fungus

FUNISEPÜLAN                             an undertaker

FURMID                                       an ant

FURNOD                                      an oven, a stove

                                                    * koldülükafurnod = a cooling oven

FUROT                                         a lining

FUT                                              a foot

FUTAFRENÖM                             a foot brake

FUTAGLÖPÄD                              football (= game)        

FUTARETOD                                a footprint

FUTAPLANT                                 sole (= of foot)

FUTAYOIN                                   an ankle

FUTIKÄLAN                                 a chiropodist

FUTOGOLAN                                a pedestrian

FUTOGOLANAZON                       a pedestrian precinct

FÜLIK                                          felt

FÜMÄDIK                                     obstinate, stubborn

FÜMÄD(IK)O                                obstinately, stubbornly

FÜMÄDÄLIK                                bloody-minded

FÜMÄL                                        a conclusion  

FÜMÄLIK                                     decisive

FÜMETIM                                     determinism

FÜMETIMAN                                a determinist

FÜMETÖN                                    to determine

FÜMIK                                         certain, sure

FÜMIKO                                       certainly, for sure

FÜMODÖN                                   (to) verify

FÜMÖ!                                         sure!   without doubt!

FÜMÖN                                        to be sure, certain

FÜMÜKAM                                   confirmation

FÜMÜKÖN                                   (to) ensure

FÜNOD                                         Foundation  

FÜNÖN                                         to establish, to found

FÜSIOLEKÄLAN                           physiotherapist

FÜSÜDAV                                    physics

FÜTÜRIK                                      future



GAD                                             a garden

GADABUID                                   a garden hedge

GADAN                                        a gardener

GADÖN                                        to garden

GADÖM                                        a garden tool

GADAPIADIL                                a patio

GADUT                                         cod (=fish)

GAEL                                           Gaelic

GAENOD                                      a profit, a win

GAENÄTÖN (DE)                          to profit (from)

GAENÖN                                      to attract, to earn, to gain, to win

GAGOT                                         filth,  rubbish

GAL                                             a  vigil

GALANT                                       a snowdrop

GALAXID                                     a galaxy

GALÄDAN                                    a watchman

GALÄDÖP                                    a look-out (building)

GALÄDÖN                                    to keep an eye on, to watch

GALÄL                                         awareness, watchfulness

GALEDAN                                    a  watchman

GALEDÖN                                    to beware, to protect

                                                    (to watch over someone = galedön eki)   

GALIK                                          awake

GALIKÖN                                     to awake, to wake up

GALOTÖN                                    to gallop

GALÖN                                         to be awake, to watch

GALÜKIAN                                   an alarm clock

GALÜKÖN (EKI)                           to wake (someone)

GAN                                             a goose

GANALOET                                  roast goose

GANET                                         an agency

GAOD                                           gauze

GARAD                                        a garage

GARANÖN                                    to ensure, to guarantee

GARDAN                                      a guard (military)

GARED                                         an instep (of shoe)

GARID                                          a mushroom

GARNISUN                                   a garrison (military)

GAS  BRUIDIK                              effervescence

GASAL                                         a gazelle

GASED                                         a magazine

GASEDEM                                    the press

GASEDIMAN                                a journalist

GASIN                                          gas

GASINALAMPAD                          a gaslight, gaslamp

GASINARÜD                                 a gaspipe

GASINIFABRIK                             gasworks

GAVÖN                                        (to) engrave

GÄMÖN (ME RULÄT)                    to gamble, to play (at roulette)

GÄYSÄR                                      a geyser

GEÄL                                           a (mental) reaction

GEBÄD                                         a usage

GEBIDÖN  (DÖ)                             to  have  at  hand,   to  have  at  one's  disposal

GEBIDÜKÖN  (EKE  BOSI)             to  make  something  available  (to  someone)

GEBÖF                                         a custom

GEBÖN                                         to use

GEDIK                                          grey

GEF                                              a vessel (= container)

GEGAENÖN                                  to regain

GEGIVÖN (EKE)                            to give back, to return (to someone)

GEGOLÄDÜKÖN                           to pull back, to retreat

GEIDAN                                        a guide

GEIDAVÖD                                   a clue (for puzzles)

GEIDÖN (EKI)                               to guide (someone)

GEIK                                            reciprocal, reflexive (grammar)

GEIKAM                                       a  return

GEIKÖN (LÜ)                                to revert (to)

GEIL                                             height

GEILIK                                         high

GEILOTABUNAM                          (the) high jump (= athletics)

GEILÜKUMÖN                              to enhance

GEIN                                            brandy, cognac, gin

                                                    (geinapöb = a "dive")

GEJOIKÖN                                    to drive back, to repulse

GEKANIT                                      chorus (of song)

GEKÖMÖN (LÜ)                            to come back (to), to return (to)

GELAN                                         an organist

GELEOGÖN                                  (to) re-echo, resound, reverberate

GELOGAM                                    regression

GELÖN                                         to play the organ

GEMAG                                        an antetype, a counterpart

GEMAGÖF                                    symmetry

GEMOTAM                                   renaissance

GEN                                             sex

GENÄMS                                      (the) genitals

GEOMET                                      geometry

GEAM                                          a reaction

GEOMET                                      geometry

GEÖN                                           to react

GEPAR                                         a cheetah

GERALESON                                a crown prince

GERÄDAVIK                                 genetic

GERED                                         a  gene

GEROTADIL                                 patrimony

GERÖN                                         to inherit

GESAG                                         an answer

GESAGÖN                                    to answer

GESEDÖN                                     to return, to send back

GESPIKÖF                                    (mental) preparedness, quickwitedness

GESPIKÖM                                   an answering machine

GESPIKÖN                                    to acknowledge, to anser, to reply to

GESPIKÜ                                      in reply to...

GETAZÖT                                     a receipt

GETÄVABILIET                            a return ticket

GETÄVASUÄM                             a return fare

GETEDAN                                     a  receptionist

GETEDÖN                                     to accept.  to receive (people)

GETIKÖN (DÖ)                              to reminisce, to think back (about)         

GETÖN                                         to get, to obtain, to receive (things)

GEVEGÖN                                    to return

GEVÖN                                         to give, to grant, to present

GIAN                                            (the) gigantic

GIANAN                                       a giant

GID                                              justice

GIDID                                           a responsibility

GIDIDÖN (DEMÜ)                         to be responsible (for)

GIDIK,  GIDÖFIK                           fair, just,  right,  seemly

GIDÜKÖN                                     to justify, to vindicate

GIFAFER                                      cast iron

GIFÜLOT                                      spray  

GIG                                              gout

GIJÄT                                           a (ticket) office

GILDÄT                                        a corporation

GIM                                              a gimlet

GIMÖN                                         to bore, to drill

GIMÜL                                         a drill

GINGIF                                         a gum (= in mouth)

GINÄDÖN                                     to wind up (a watch)

GINÖM                                         a windlass

GIRAF                                          a giraffe        

GIT                                               justice

GITAR                                          a guitar

GITAV                                          jurisprudence

GITÄDAN                                     a bailiff

GITÄDASÄKÄD                            a (judicial) case, a lawsuit

GITÄT                                          a just claim, a right

GITOD                                          a justification

GIVIÄLIK                                      generous

GIVIDÖN                                      to delegate, to transfer

GIVÖN                                          to give

GIVÜLÖN                                     to attribute, to  donate

GLAD                                           ice

GLADABEL                                  an iceberg

GLADADOMIL                              an igloo

GLADAHOKIY                              ice hockey

GLADARAMAR                            a refrigerator

GLADET                                       an ice cream

GLADETÜL                                   an ice cube

GLADIOLS                                    gladioli

GLADÜL                                       an ice cream

GLAN                                           a gland

GLATIK, GLATO                           free of charge, gratis

GLÄTÄDAN                                  a glazier

GLÄT                                           glass

GLÄTIBLADAN                             a glass-blower

GLÄTIBLADÖP                             glass-blowing works

GLÄTIK                                        (of) glass

GLÄTÖP                                       glassworks

GLÄTOT                                       glass (substance)

GLEINÖN                                      to  glean

GLEIP                                           a skirmish

GLEIPED                                      a  door  handle

GLEIPÖN                                      to clutch, grasp,  seize

GLEPÖN                                       to encroach

GLEPÄDÖN                                  to grip

GLEIPÜLÖN                                  to handle

GLIBAN                                        a vagabond

GLID                                            greeting

GLIDÖN                                        to greet

GLIMÖN                                       to glitter, to shimmer, to shine

GLOF                                           growth, increase

GLOFÖN                                       to grow

GLOK                                           a clock, a watch

·       a pocket watch = pokaglok

·       a wrist watch = rietaglokil

GLOKEL                                       a watchmaker

GLORIKO                                     gloriously

GLORÜKÖN                                  to glorify

GLÖB                                           a bullet

GLÖBAKUL                                  a trajectory

GLÖBIJEDAM                               (the) shot-put (= Olympics)

GLÖFÖN                                       to grow (= cultivate)

GLÖMÄD                                      oblivion

GLÖMÄLIK                                   forgetful

GLÖMÖN                                      to forget

GLÖP                                           a ball, a sphere

GLÖPAPEN                                   a ballpoint pen

GLÖPÄD                                       a ball game

GLÖPILÖN                                    to play marbles (= game)

GLÖPOT                                       a dome

GLÖTIK                                        envious, jealous

GLUF                                           a glove

GLUM                                          sorrow

GLUMALADÄL                             melancholy

GLUMIDIK                                    dull, glum, overcast

GLUMIKÖN                                  to become overcast

GLUN                                           a floor, ground  (glunots  =  grounds)

GLUNIDALABOT                          an estate

GLUTAPIR                                    an electric light bulb

GLUTAVIN                                   mulled wine

GLUTIK                                        ardent,  hot

GLÜET                                         buttocks

GLÜG                                           a church

GLÜGALESPAD                            a nave

GLÜKOSIN                                   glucose

GNOB                                           a bud, a knob (control)

GO                                               quite, very

GOBADÖN                                    to arch (cat's back)

GOBLET                                       a goblet

GODIK                                          divine

GOKÜL                                         a chicken

GOD                                             God

                                                    *God galedomös obis ! = God forbid!

GOKAHAUK                                 a goshawk

GOL                                             bearing, deportment, walk

GOLABOED                                  a gangway

GOLÄD                                         a parade, a procession

GOLDIN                                        gold (precious metal)

GOLDIK                                        (of) gold, golden

GOLED                                         course (of events)

GOLF                                           golf  (game)

GOLÖN (LÜ)                                 to go (to), to walk (to)

GOUN                                           a gong

GÖ!                                              come on!

GÖB                                             a tail

GÖBAPIANOD                              a grand piano 

GÖD                                             morning

GÖDALUIM                                  dew

GÖDALULIT                                 dawn

GÖDED                                         an acre (of land)

GÖLIK                                          early

GÖN                                             a favour

GÖNÄD                                        an award

GÖNIK                                          favourite

GÖNÖN                                        to favour

GRAD                                           a degree

GRAHAN                                      an eclipse

GRAHANÖN                                 to conceal, to eclipse

GRAIFÖN                                     to cauterize

GRAINÖN                                     to grind

GRAMAFON                                 a gramophone

GRATÖN                                      (to) caw (like a raven)

GRÄL                                           hail (weather)

GRAMAT                                      grammar

GRÄMÖN                                     to climb

GRANAT                                      a pomegranate

GRATÖN                                      to caw, to croak

GREDAKED                                  a scale (calibration)

GREN                                           corn

GRENAFLOG                                cereal

GRENAFLOGAPÄKED                   a cereal packet

GRENÖP                                       a granary

GRETAMAFÄDIK                          on  a  grand  scale

GRETED                                       magnitude (maths)

GRETIK                                        big, great, large, tall

GRETOT                                       size

GRETÜKOT                                  an enlargement

GRIFIUN                                       a griffin (mythology)

GRIFÖN                                        to graft

GRINEDÖN                                   to  grin

GRINÖN                                       to grin

GRIP                                             'flu, influenza

GROBÄLIK                                   brutal

GROBIK                                       unrefined

GROBÖFIK                                   coarse, brusque, rough

GRODIK                                       pregnant

GRON                                           gravel

GRONASTON                                gravel

GROSÜLIK                                   wholesale

GROT                                           oatmeal

GROTÄTIK                                   grotesque

GRUD                                           a crane

GRULÖN (DUB)                            to be swarming, teeming (with) 

GRUFET                                       a line (on hand/face)

GRUFÖN                                      to line (face, hand)

GRULÖN                                      to crawl,  to swarm

GRUNÖN                                      (to) grunt (like a pig);  to snort

GRUP                                           a group

GRÜD                                           grit

GRÜNIK                                       green

GUAYAD                                      a pear

GUB                                             an oar

GUBÖN                                        to row

GUDÄLIK                                     benevolent, good-natured, kind-hearted

GUDIK                                          good

GUDIKO                                       well

GUDIKUM (KA)                            better (than)

GUDIKÜN (DE/SE)                        (the) best (of/in)

GUDÜKUMAM                              an improvement

GUDÜKUMÖN                              to improve

GUFUR                                         an abyss, a chasm

GUG                                             a throat

GUGEDÖN                                    to gargle

GUIRÖN                                       to languish, to waste away

GUL                                             an angle, a corner

GULAV                                         geometry

GUM                                            India-rubber

GUMALUIBARIF                           an elastic band

GUN                                             a coat

GUSTUL                                       August

GUT                                             a taste

GUTÖN                                         to taste

GUVÖN                                        to administer, to govern, to manage        

GÜFLEKIK                                    backwards, over, reversed

GULAD                                         goulash (food)

GULF                                           (the) Gulf Stream

GUR                                             an abyss

GUVER                                         an administration

GUVÖN                                        to administer

GÜ                                               contrary

GÜÄ                                             contrary  to

GÜMNAD                                     a grammar-school

GÜN                                             a gun 

GÜNÜL                                         a rifle

GÜTIKO                                        tastefully

GÜÜKÖN                                      to  turn  over  



HAD                                    an ace

HAGÖN                               (to) groan, (to) whine (of dog)

HAJET                                 hash (food)

HARAT                               a quarter (in a town/city)

HARÄM                              a harem

HARNAD                             a harness

HARENG                             a herring

HARMONÖM                       a harmonica, a mouth organ

HARPUN                             a harpoon

HAUGÖN                             (to) pant

HÄM                                   a ham

HÄRBAT                             a vegetable

HÄRBATIM                         vegetarianism

HÄRBATIMAN                    a vegetarian

HÄRBATISELAN                 a greengrocer

HÄREM                               harem

HÄRET                                heresy

HÄRMETIK                         air-tight, hermetic

HÄROD                               a heron

HÄT                                    a hat

HEKÖN                               to gasp, to pant

HER                                    a hair

HERAN                               a hairdresser

HERASEFAL                       hair loss

HEREM                               a (head of) hair

HEREMIKÖTÄD                   a haircut

HEREMITEIL                       a parting (hair)

HEROED (HI-/JI-)                  a hero, a heroine

HEROEDIK                          epic, heroic

HESTAN                              a conjuror, a  juggler

HET                                    hatred

HETÄD                                spite

HETÖN                                to hate

HICIL                                  a son

HIEL                                   (masculine sing. form of def. article)

HIGEM                                a brother

HIKEL                                 who, which (masculine)

HIKLEUDAN                        a monk

HIKOMPENAN                     a fellow-traveller, a kindred spirit

HIKULTAN                          a clergyman  

HIL                                     a heel

HILÖFÜLAN                        a toy boy      

HIMATAN                           a husband

HIMEN                                a man

HINDUTAN                          a hindu

HINILÄDAN                         a (male) neighbour

HINÖN                                (to) neigh

HIOPOT                               a hippopotamus

HIP                                     a hip

HIPAL                                 a father

HIPUL                                 a boy, a youth

HIREG                                 a king

HISIÖR                                a gentleman

HIT                                     heat

HITER                                 an uncle

HITIK                                  hot

HITÜKÖN                            to heat

HITÜP                                 Summer

HOBUB                               an ox

HOD                                    barley

HOG                                    a hole

HOGÄD                               a perforation

HOGÖN                               to perforate, to pierce

HOJIPAMIT                         mutton

HOL                                    an hour's journey

HOLBUT                             halibut

HOLOGRAM                        hologram                

HOMEN                               a eunuch      

HON                                    a horn (of animal)

HONED                               a beak, a (bird's) bill

HORIT                                 the horizon

HORITÄTIK                         horizontal

HORMON                            a hormone

HÖL                                    hell

HÖLALENOID                      pandemonium

HUK                                    a hook, a peg

HUKÖN                               to fasten

HUL                                    a (sea) swell

HUMAR                              a lobster

HUMUL                               a  hop

HÜASEN                             a hyacinth

HÜEN                                  a hyena

HÜGIENIK                           hygienic

HÜIT                                   an oyster

HÜM                                   a hymn        

HÜPNOD                             hypnosis

HÜRÖN                               to hire







I                                          also, too

IBÄ                                     for (conjunction)

IBO                                     in fact, really

ID                                       also, too (before vowel)

IDELO                                 two days ago

IF                                        if  (if plüdol = if you please)

                                           unless = if no .  .  .

IFI                                       even if

IFÜ                                     subject to...

IGO                                     even (igo no = not even)

IN                                       (place) at, in

INI                                      into

IS                                        here

ISAO                                   hence (=from here)

ISIO                                    hither (=to here)

ISIÖ!                                   come here!

ISKIAT                                sciatica

IT                                        self/selves     (obs it = we ourselves)

ITALIFAJENÄD                    an  autobiography

ITFRÄD                               cost price

ITJÄFIDIK                           automatic

ITO                                     by myself, yourself, etc.

ITREIG                                autonomy, self-government



JABEN                                          a mushroom

JAD                                              a shade, a shadow

JADAMAGOD                               a silhouette

JADOT                                          a silhouette

JAFÄB                                          a  creature

JAFÄD                                          creation

JAFÄDÖN                                     to bring about

JAFÄL                                          creativity

JÄFID                                           a  function

JÄFIDOT                                       an organ (eg of newspaper)

JAFOVIK                                      creative

JAFÖN                                          to create

JÄFÜD                                          a field (of knowledge), a product

                                                    *  Bolit no binon jäfüd oba = Politics isn't my                                   strong point.

JÄFÜDISEVAN                              an expert, a specialist

JAIN                                             a clothes line, a cord, a rope

JAK                                              a shark

JAKAL                                          a jackal

JAKÄT                                          a jacket

JAL                                              bark, peel      

JALOT                                          a shallot

JALUD                                          jealousy

JALUP                                          a longboat, a sloop

JAMOD                                         a camel

JAMPÄN                                       champagne (drink)

JAN                                              hemp

JANAFRIN                                    a  finch  (song bird)

JANÄLIK                                      fascinating

JANED                                          breakfast

JAPÄLIK                                       mischievous

JAPIK                                           acrid, sharp

JAPÜKÖN                                     to sharpen

JARGON                                       gibberish, jargon

JASID                                           a chassis

JATÖN                                          to itch

JÄFÄB                                          a  creature

JÄFÄDIK                                      busy

JÄFÄLÖN (KO)                              to be (mentally) absorbed (with)

JÄFÄLÜKÖN                                 to absorb

JÄFID                                           a  function

JÄFIDATUP                                  a glitch

JÄFIDÄM                                      an organ (of body)

JÄFIDÖN                                      to function, to work

JÄFIKÖN (ME)                              to be engaged (in), to worry (about)

JÄFOT                                          an activity

JÄFÖN (ME)                                  to be busy (with), to be occupied (in)

JÄFÜD                                          a field of knowledge, a product, a speciality

JÄFÜDASKILIK                             skilful

JÄFÜDIK                                      specialized

JÄFÜDISEVAN                              a specialist

·       Bolit no binon jäfüd oba = politics isn’t

·       my strong point..

JÄFÜKÖN (OKI ME)                      to bother (oneself about)          

JÄL                                              a shell fish

JÄMPOD                                       a shampoo

JÄNÄLÖL                                     absorbing

JÄPAN                                          a swindler

JÄNÄLIK                                      fascinating

JÄNÄLÖN                                     to captivate

JÄPAN                                          scoundrel

JÄPÜLAN                                     a mischief-maker, a trickster

JÄRID                                           sherry

JÄRP                                            a sash

JÄST                                            a gesture

JÄSTÄD                                        a pose

JÄTÜLÖN                                     to tickle

JEDOT                                          a dart

                                                    * pledön jedotis = to play darts

JEDÖN                                          to throw

JEDÜLOTAKEK                             sponge cake with crumble topping

JEDÜLÖN                                     to scatter

JEIFALAM                                    a razor-blade

JEIFAN                                         a barber

JEIFÖM                                        a razor

JEIFÖN                                         to shave

JEIKIK                                          awful, horrible, terrible

JEIKÖN                                         to scare, to terrify

JEIKÜLÖN                                    to shock

JEK                                              a fright

JEKÄL                                          a shock

JEKÄLIM                                      terrorism

JEKIDUN                                      an act of terrorism

JEKIKODAN                                  a terrorist

JEKÖN                                          to be frightened,  to  be  scared

JEL                                               protection

JELASIT                                       immunity (system)

JELED                                          an apron

JELETIN                                       gelatine

JELOD                                          a defence

JELODIK                                       protective

JELODÖN                                     to defend

JELODÖP                                      a bunker (wartime)

JELÖM                                         an umbrella

JELÖN                                          to protect

JELÖP                                          an (air-raid) shelter

JEM                                              shame

JEMOD                                         a disgrace

JEMÖN (DEMÜ)                            to be ashamed (about/of)

JEMÜKÖN                                    to disgrace

JEMÜKÖL                                     abashed         

JENÄD                                          a  development

JENAV                                          history

JENAVAN                                     a historian

JENAVIK                                      historical

JENET                                          a case, an instance

                                                    * pö jenet alik = in any case

JENOT                                          an event

JENOTEM                                     a history

JENÖFIK                                       actual, real

JENÖFIKÖN                                  to come true, to materialize

JENÖFO                                        actually, in reality, really

JENÖFOT                                      a fact

JENÖFÜKAM                                fulfilment

JENÖN                                          to happen, to take place

·       Kis ga ejenos-li? =  What’s the matter?

JENÖFÖ!                                       indeed!

JENÜKÖN                                     to cause, to make happen

JEP                                               a herd (of animals)

JERAGIK                                      precious

JERIK                                           expensive

JEROTS                                        valuables

JEVOD                                          a horse

JEVODANÄM                                horsepower

JIB                                               game (animals)

JIBALUMAN                                 a  lady  soloist

JIBIRAVAN                                   a poacher

JIBUB                                           a cow

JICIL                                            a daughter, a girl

JIDAIFIDAN                                  a hostess

JIEDAMEDIN                                a laxative

JIEDOT                                         excrement, faeces

JIEDÖP                                         (a) toilet

JIEL                                              (feminine sing. form of def. article)

JIF                                                a sheaf

JIGAM                                          a bride

JIGEM                                          a sister

JIGOK                                           a hen

JIGRODAN                                    a pregnant woman

JIJELÄB                                        a  protégeé

JIKAT                                           a cat, a queen (=she-cat)

JIKÄLAN                                      a nurse

JIKÄLÄB                                      a  baby

JIKEL                                           which, who (feminine)

JIKLEUDAN                                  a  nun

JIKLINÜKAN                                 a chambermaid, a cleaner

JIKONÖMAN                                 a housekeeper

JILEPÄDAN                                  an abbess

JILÄT                                           a waistcoat

JIM                                               a (pair of) scissors/shears

JIMAGIVAN                                  a witch

·       jimagivanakonot  =  a witch's tale

·       jimagivanayag  =  a with-hunt

JIMARKETAN                               a marchioness

JIMATAN                                      a wife

JIMEN                                          a woman

JIMULAT                                      a hinny, a she-mule

JINEPUEDAN                                a  prostitute

JINIKO                                          apparently

JINÖN                                           to seem

JIP                                                a sheep

JIPAL                                           a mother

JIPLIN                                          a princess

JIPUL                                           a girl, a maiden

JIPÜL                                           a lamb

JIPÜLAVULTUR                            a bearded vulture

JIREG                                           a queen

JIT                                                a shirt

JITER                                           an aunt

JIYUFAN PATIK                            an (air) stewardess

JIZÖTISUMIDAN                           a (bus) conductress

JODEM                                         rubbish

JOFIK                                           bald

JOFÖR                                          a chauffeur, a driver

JOG                                              a bullrush

JOIKÖN                                        to push, to shove

JOK                                              a jerk, a jolt, a push, a shove

JOKAM                                         jolting

JOKATUT                                     canine tooth

JOKOLADATVILÜL                       a chocolate bar

JOKÖN (TA)                                  to bump (into)

JOKÜL                                          a jerk

JOL                                              coast-line, shore

JOLALESÜT                                  a (seaside) promenade

JOLAMABOED                              a jetty

JOLÖN                                          to approach the shore, to land

JON                                              an indication

JONED                                          a demonstration

JONET                                          a (cinema/TV) screen

JONETOT                                      a display

JONETÖP                                      a showcase

JONETÜKAM                                a demonstration

JONIAN                                        a  (clock)  hand

JONIDÖN                                      to be of use, to benefit

JONIDÜKÖN                                 to employ,  to  provide,   to use

JONIL                                           a hint

JONÖN                                         to show, point

JONÜLÖM                                    a monitor (radar, computer)

JONODÖN (EKI  EKE)                    to introduce (to someone to someone else)

JONÖN                                         to indicate, to point (at), to show

JONÜLÖN                                     to demonstrate

JOT                                              a shoulder

JOV                                              a spectacle

JOVAN                                         a hooligan, a troublemaker

JÖENIK                                         austere, sober

JÖL                                              eight

JÖLÄT                                          a (computer) byte

JÖLPLIFÄTIK                                octavo (= paper size)

JÖN                                              beauty

JÖNAMEDS                                  cosmetics

JÖNAPENAN                                 a calligrapher

JÖNIK                                           beautiful, fine, lovely

JÖNUL                                          a caterpillar

JÖTASUÄM                                  balance (= bookkeeping)

JÖTÖN                                          to balance (an account)

JUB                                              dandruff

JUEG                                            sugar

JUEGAGEIN                                  rum

JUEGAVOD                                   candyfloss

JUG                                              a rush (plant)

JUITÖN                                         to enjoy

JUK                                              a shoe

JUKATANODIL                             a shoe-lace

JUKEL                                          a shoemaker

JUL                                              a school

JULAN                                          a pupil, a scholar

JURNAL                                       a newspaper

JUTED                                          a rush

JUTEDÖN                                     to rush

JUTÖN                                          to shoot, to throw

JUÜP                                            a skirt

                                                    juüp lunik = a gown

JÜ                                                until, to

JÜD                                              a film  (= a thin layer)

JÜFAV                                          cryptography                          

JÜNU                                            hitherto, until now

JÜNUIK                                        up-to-date

JÜP                                              a spade

JÜPÖN                                          to dig

JÜPÜL                                          a shovel

JÜS                                              until

JÜTAN                                          a marksman

JÜTEM                                         ammunition   

JÜTÖN                                          to shoot at

JÜTÜKÖN                                     to fire



KA                                               than

KAAZIAD                                     acacia (plant)

KAB                                             a cable (wires)

KABAAL                                      (the) Cabala (teaching)

KABEM (LEKTINIK)                      wiring (electrical)

KAD                                             a card

KADAPLEDÖN                              to play cards

KADÄM                                        an academy, a college

KAED (TALEDIK)                          a map

KAEDAV                                      cartography

KAEN                                           a technique

KAENAL                                       an engineer

KAENAN                                      a technician

KAENAV                                      technology

KAF                                             coffee

KAFASKAL                                  a coffee-pot

KAFEIN                                        caffeine

KAFETAR                                     a cafeteria

KAFIBÖTÖP                                 a café

KAGÖN                                        to cluck (like a hen); to gossip, to prattle

KAGULAN                                    a gossip

KAIL                                            alkaline

KAIT                                            a kite

KAJMIR                                        cashmere (wool)

KAK                                             cocoa

KAKAD                                        a cockatoo

KAKTUD                                      a cactus

KALADAPATÄD                           a characteristic

KALAD                                         character

KALADÖN                                    to characterize

KALÄDOSKOP                              kaleidoscope

KALED                                         an almanac, a calendar

KALIB                                          calibre, bore (of gun, etc)

KALIG                                          a calyx (of flower)

KALKULAV                                  arithmetic

KALKULÖN                                  to calculate

KALOT                                         an account, a bill

KAMALÄN                                   a plain

KAMPANUL                                 a campanula  (flower)

KAMUFÖN                                   to camouflage

KAN                                             an ability, a skill

KANAD                                        a fir tree

KANAIR                                       a canary

KANAYAN                                    a  crook,  a  scoundrel

KANEVAD                                    a canvas        

KANÄD                                        a channel

KANDEL                                       a candle

KANDELIKIPIAN                           a candle-stick

KANGUR                                      a kangaroo

KANIBAN                                     a cannibal

KANIT                                          a song

KANITAN                                     a singer

KANITÖN                                     to sing

KANITÜLÖN                                 to hum

KANÖN ( + INFIN)                         to be able to, can

KANSER                                       cancer (disease)

KANUD                                        a canoe

KAP                                             a head

                                                    * headfirst, headlong = ko kap foloveik

KAPAKOSÄDÖM                          earphone(s)

KAPAKUSEN                                a cushion, a pillow

KAPAKUSENER                            a pillowcase

KAPÄLIFÖDÖL                             promoting intelligence

KAPAR                                         a goat

KAPENAN                                    a carpenter

KAPIT                                          a chapter

KAPITEN                                      a captain

KAPSIG                                        pepper

KAPSUL                                       a capsule (medication)

KAPSÜL                                       a (bottle) top/cap

KAPÜT                                         a bonnet,  a hood

KAR                                             a square

KARBINAHIDRIN                          carbohydrate

KARBON                                      carbon

KARBURÖM                                 a carburettor

KARIER                                        a career

KARIOF                                        a carnation

KARIP                                          a carp

KARMISINIK                                crimson

KAROD                                        (vehicle) bodywork

KAROV                                        a caravan ( = travelling group)

KAROVÖP                                    a staging post

KARTILAG                                   a cartilage

KARTON                                      cardboard

KARUSÄL                                    a carrousel, a merry-go-round

KASAMAT                                    a pill-box (military)

KASÄT                                         a  box,  a  case,   a  cassette

KASED                                         a castle, a mansion

KASER                                         (army) barracks

KASKOD                                      a (ship's) funnel

KASTAENITAFLAPÖN                  to play "conkers" (= game)

KAT                                             a cat

KATALIT                                      a catalyst

KATAPULT                                   a catapult

KATAR                                         catarrh

KATASTROF                                a catastrophe, a disaster

KATÄD                                         capital, cash

KATULIK                                      catholic

KAUL                                           a  stalk,  a  stem

KAV                                             a cellar

KAVEAD                                      a guinea pig

KAVIDAN                                     a  knight

KAYAK                                        a kayak (boat)

KAYÜT                                         a cabin (on ship)

KAZETAMAL                                a (written) accent

KAZETÖN                                     to accentuate, to emphasize

KÄBEN                                         a cabin (of ship)

KÄD                                             cash

KÄDED                                         a (cash) collection

KÄDÖFO                                      cash down

KÄDÖP                                         a cash desk

KÄFED                                         a ruse, a trick

KÄFIK                                          cunning, sly

KÄFOD                                         a  ruse,  a  trick

KÄLAN                                         a foster-parent

KÄLÄB                                         a foster-child

KÄLÄDAN                                    a ranger

KÄLÄLÖN                                    to care for, to mind

KÄLED                                         maintenance

                                                    *  Käledadiläd = Maintenance Department

KALINAPÄRMANGANAT              potassium permanganate

KÄLÖF                                         a caring attitude

KÄLÖFIK                                      careful, caring

KÄLÖN                                         to attend to, to care for, to cherish, to look after, to nurse

KÄLTIK                                        celtic

KÄM                                            a camera

                                                    * tonodakäm = a video camera

KÄN                                             a cannon

KÄNAMANAF                               a gunboat

KÄNEDÖN                                    to  precipitate

KÄPTEN                                       a (ship's) captain

KÄSEM                                        eczema

KÄV                                             a dock, a quay

KEB                                             a herb (=plant with soft, not woody stalk)

KEBLÜNÖN                                  to contribute

KEBLÜNOT                                  a contribution

KEDÄD                                         a rank (=line of people)

KEDÄDIO!                                    get in line!

KEDOTEM                                    a scale

KEDÖBAN                                    an accomplice (in crime)

KEDÜLÖN                                    to link, to string

KEF                                              a brush

KEFÖN                                         to brush

KEINIK                                         charming

KEINOT                                        charm

KEK                                             a cake

KEKUNAFLAMAT                         appendicitis

KEL                                              who, which (relative); (in kel(s)= where)

KELEODÜKÖN                              (to) co-ordinate

KELOMÄNAN                               a  fellow-countryman

KELÖDÖN (KO)                            to cohabit (with)

KELIED                                        compassion

KELIEDABIK                                pitiable, worthy of compassion

KELIEDÖN (KO)                            to sympathize (with)

KELOS                                         what, which (relative pronoun)

KENINÜKAMÜ                              inclusive of

KENINÜKÖN                                 to comprise

KEOLAN                                       a mate, a pal

KEP                                              a cape (=geographical)

KER                                             a nucleus

KERANÄMET                               nuclear

KERMETATRUP                           a travelling fair

KESENÄL                                     compassion, sympathy

KESEV                                         knowledge

KESTERIN                                    cholesterol

KESUMÖN                                    to take away (with)

KEV                                             a cave, a cavern

KEVOBÖF                                    co-operation

KEVOBÖN                                    to co-operate

KEVÖFIK                                      cavernous, hollow

KID                                              a kiss

KIDÖN                                          to kiss

KIEMAN                                       an (analytical) chemist

KIEMASANAV                              chemotherapy

KIEMAV                                       chemistry

KIEMIK                                        chemical

KIEN                                            a knee. lap

KIENÖN                                        to kneel

KIF?                                             who? (feminine)

KIFIK?                                          which (one)? (feminine)

KIK                                              a key

KIKODO?                                      why?

KIL                                               three

KILKÖLAVIOL                              a pansy

KILLIEN                                       a triangle

KILTONOD                                   a  third  (music)

KIM ?                                           who? (masculine)

KIMIK ?                                       which (one)? (masculine)

KIN ?                                            what? which? (neuter)

KINIK ?                                        what (one)? which (one)? (neuter)

KININ                                           quinine

KIO-                                             however  (for example:  kiobisariko = however strange

KIOSK                                          a kiosk, a newspaper stand/stall

KIOSOTIK                                     whatever

KIÖPO?                                        where?

KIPEDALEF                                  Board of Trustees

KIPÄDÖN                                     to contain, to hold

KIPEDÖN                                      to maintain,  to  preserve

KIPIAN                                         a rack (=for towels, etc)

KIPIDÖN                                       to deposit

KIPLADO?                                    where?

KIPÖN                                          to keep, to hold, to retain

KIRAT                                          a (gold) carat

KIRFAT                                        cinnamon

KIS?                                             what? (abstract)

KISIK?                                          what (one)? (abstract)

KISOTIK?                                     what  sort  of . . .

KITAZÖT                                      a receipt

KITIMO?                                       when?

KITOPO?                                      where?

KITÖN                                          to receipt, to settle (payment)

KIUD                                            a  fence, partition

KLAD                                           a category, a class

KLADÄT                                       a caste

KLAF                                           a corn (on foot)

KLAT                                           éclat, flamboyance, glamour

KLATÄDIK                                   classical

KLAUNÖFIK                                 clownish,  silly

KLAV                                           a key (on keyboard)

KLAVIKUL                                   collar bone

KLAVAN                                      a typist

KLAVEM                                     keyboard for musical instruments.  (See nünöm,  penamacin)          

KLAVÖN                                      to key in, to type

KLÄDÖM                                      a cradle

KLÄM                                          a bracket =  (   );    {    };   [    ]

KLÄN                                           a secret

KLÄNIK                                        private, secret

KLÄNEDAPLED                            (a game of) 'hide and seek'

KLÄNEDÖN (OKI)                         to conceal, to hide (oneself)

KLÄPED                                       a  hatch,  a  shutter

KLEBAZÖT                                   a label

KLEDÖM                                      a seesaw

KLEDÖN                                       to sway

KLEIBÖN                                      to glue, to paste, to stick

KLEILIK                                       clear, plain, unambiguous

KLEILILOGAM                              clairvoyance

KLEILIKO                                     obviously

KLEILÜKAM                                 definition

KLEILÜKÖN                                 to define, to elucidate, to explain

KLEMEDÖN                                  to capitulate, to surrender

KLEMÖN                                      to abandon, to  decline,  to refuse, to relinquish, to renounce

KLERALEOD                                hierarchy (religious)

KLERÄT                                        chapter  (ecclesiastical)

KLEUDAN (HI-/JI-)                         a monk, a nun

KLIEN                                          inclination, tendency

KLIENÄL                                      a feeling, an inclination, an instinct, intuition

KLIENÄLO                                    instinctively

KLIENIK                                       inclined (to)

KLIENÖN (AD)                              to incline, to tend (to)  

KLIENÖN (LOVE)                          to bend (over);  to lean

KLIET                                           refreshment

KLIETIK                                       refreshing

KLIETÖN                                      to  refresh

KLIETOT                                      a  refreshment   (klietots  =  refreshments)

KLIF                                             a rock

KLIFABLÖG                                 a boulder

KLIFAVÖL                                    a cliff

KLIFIK                                         rocky

KLILIK                                         light (=not dark)

KLIMAT                                       a climate

KLINIK                                         clean

KLINÖF                                        cleanliness

KLINÜKAMAMED                         a detergent

KLINÜKÖN                                   to clean

KLIPAJOL                                     a rocky coastline

KLIRIKÖN                                    to  call quits

KLIV                                             a precipice

KLOK                                           a bell

KLOKIL                                        a handbell

KLOKÜL                                       a doorbell

KLORIN                                        chloride

KLOPÖN                                       to harvest, to reap

KLOPÜP                                       harvest time

KLOTED                                       a dress

KLOTEDAZÄL                              a fancy dress ball

KLOTEM                                      a suit 

KLOTIKIPEDÖP                            a wardrobe

KLOTILÄGÖM                              a clothes hanger

KLOTÖN                                       to dress

KLOTS                                         clothes

KLOTUGIK                                   elegant, smart

KLOTUGÖN                                  to suit (of clothes)

KLÖBÜL                                       a (bell) clapper

KLÖPIK                                        circular, round

KLÖPÖFIK                                    portly  (of gait)

KLU                                             consequently

KLUBAM                                      an association

KLUBÄD                                      a body (of people)

KLUDÖN                                      to deduce, to infer

KLUDOD                                      a conclusion (mental)

KLUÖ !                                         well now !

KLUF                                           a nail (woodwork)

KLUINÖN                                     to clean, to wipe

KLUR                                           an emblem

KLUT                                           a lock, a sluice (nautical)

KLUV                                           a claw (of animal)

KLUVÖN                                      to claw

KLÜLABIKO                                 evidently, frankly

KLÜLÄDÖN                                  to be evident, to be obvious

KLÜLIKÖ!                                     of course!

KLÜNACEM                                 a cloakroom

KLÜNATAB                                  a dressing-table

KNÄTÄRÖN                                  to crackle

KNIBOD                                       a gag, a muzzle

KNIBÖN                                       to nip, to pinch

KNIRÖN                                       to creak, to grate

KNOP                                           a button

KO                                               with

KOAGÜL                                      a clot (of blood)

KOAN                                           a shell

KOANAF                                      a shellfish

KOANANIM                                  a mussel (= seafood)

KOAP                                           a (person's) body

KOAPANATÄL                              (physical) constitution

KOAPISKILÜKAM                         (physical) exercise

KOÄF                                           a coefficient (maths)

KOBANEF                                    a gathering (of people)

KOBÄDIK                                     common,  general

                                                    (kobädo (ko) = in common (with)

KOBÄLÄN                                    a commonwealh (of like-minded nations)

KOBÄT                                         solidarity

KOBIKÖN (KO)                             to come together, to converge

KOBIOKLEBIK                              agglutinative

KOBIOPEDÖN (LOGALIPIS)           to blink

KOBO                                           together

KOBOÄDIK                                   synthetic

KOBODRÄNÖN                             to compress

KOBOJEN                                     coincidence, concurrence

KOBOJENÖN (KO)                         to coincide (with)

KOBOJOIKÖN                               to collide

KOBOJOKÖN  (TA)                        to collide (with)

KOBOKÖMÖN                              to converge

KOBOLESTUKOT                          a symphony

KOBONUMÖN                              to add up, to add together

KOBOPEDÖN                                to compress

KOBOSMITAN                              welder

KOBOSTUKOT                              a rhapsody

KOBOYÜMÜKARÄT                     a jigsaw puzzle

KOBÖF                                         a collectivity

KOBÜKAM                                   an assembly, a conference, a meeting

KOD                                             a cause, reason

                                                    * se kod nepesevöl = for some reason

KODÄ                                           why (conjunction)

KODÄDÖN                                    to complicate

KODED                                         a  reason

KODEDÖN                                    to give occasion to, to give rise to

KODIDÖN (EKE BOSI)                   to ascribe, to attribute

KODÖN                                        to cause

KODÜL                                         a pretext

KOEDÖN (+ INFIN)                        to allow, to permit (koedön falön = to let


KOEFIDÖN (OKI)                          to hear someone’s confession

KOEFIKÖN                                   to go to confession

KOEFÖN                                       to confess      

KOEG                                           a cork

KOEGABUON                               a cork

KOEGITIRET                                 a corkscrew

KOF                                             derision, mockery, ridicule

KOFÖN                                         to deride, to make fun of, to mock

KOFUDÜKÖN                               to confuse

KOITÖM                                       a penis

KOITÖN (KO)                                to have intercourse, mate (with)

KOJMAR                                      a nightmare

KOKAIN                                       cocain

KOKOT                                         a coconut

KOKRETOT                                  concrete (substance)

KOKUN                                        a cocoon

KOL                                             in regard to, in respect of

KOLAT                                         coal

KOLATAN                                    a coalman

KOLATAJUP                                 a coal shovel

KOLED                                         a lunch

KOLET                                         a collar (clothing)

KOLD                                           coldness (physical)

KOLDÄLIK                                   coldness (emotional)

KOLDÄT                                       a chill, a cold

KOLDÄTIKÖN                               to catch a chill/cold

KOLDÜKÖN                                  to become chilly

KOLDIK                                        cold (temperature)

KOLDIKÖN                                   to cool down

KOLDÜLIK                                   cool, fresh

KOLDÜLÜKAFURNOD                  a cooling oven

KOLDÜLÜKÖM                             a cooler, a (car) radiator

KOLED                                         a lunch

                                                    * koledapaud = lunch break

KOLEDÖN                                    to lunch, to have lunch

KOLET                                         a collar

KOLKÖM                                      an encounter, a meeting

KOLKÖMANEF                             an  assembly

KOLKÖMÖN                                 to encounter, to meet

KOLOGAV                                    ecology

KOLPORTAN                                a hawker, a peddler

KOLTENÜKÖN                              to  stretch  out 

KOLUM                                        a column (architecture)

KOLUNAN                                    a colonist

KOLUNÄNACANS                         colonial produce, groceries

KOMAD                                        a coma

KOMANDÖN                                 to recommend

KOMÄDÖN                                   to  exist

KOMBINATOR                              many parts

KOMIK                                         present (in attendance)

KOMIP                                         a fight, a struggle

KOMIPIÄLIK                                 aggressive

KOMIPÖN (TA)                             to fight, to struggle (against)

KOMIPÖP                                     an  arena

KOMITETANEF                             a committee

KOMITO                                       on commission

KOMÖN                                        to be present

KOMOREIDÖN                              to lecture,  recite, to read (in public)

KOMOTANEF                               a community

KOMPAD                                      a compass

KOMPAIN                                     a company (of soldiers)

KOMPENAN                                 a fellow-spirit, a colleague. a companion 

KOMPENÄT                                  a (commercial) company

KOMPENÄTAN                             a partner (in firm)

KOMPENÖN (PÖ)                          to share (with), to take part (in)

KOMPLEM                                   completion

KOMPLITIK                                  complex, complicated

KOMPLITIKÖN                             to become entangled

KOMPLITÜKÖN                            to entangle

KOMUIN (SALUDIK)                     communion (holy)

KOMULAN                                   a representative

KOMULÖN                                   to represent

KOMUNAN                                   an average person, man in the street

KOMUNIK                                    common, general, ordinary

KOMUNÖFIK                                familiar

KOMÜ                                          in the presence of

KONAN                                        narrator

KONAPOED(IK)                             epic

KONDÖT                                      behaviour, conduct, manners

KONDÖTÖN (ÄS)                          to behave (as)

KONÄD                                        a legend

KONED                                         a  novel

KONFÄKOT                                  ready to wear (clothes)

KONFIDIK                                    close (friend)

KONFERÖN                                  to confer (consult together)

KONFID                                        confidence, faith, trust

KONFIDIK                                    confident, faithful, trustful

KONFIDÖN                                   to have faith in, to trust

KONFIT                                        jam

KONFITASKAL                             jam pot

KONFLIT                                      conflict

KONGRUEN                                  a congruent (maths)

KONKER                                      a conquest, a victory

KONKERÖN                                  to conquer, to overrun

KONLET                                       a collection

KONLETÖN                                  to collect

KONOT                                         a story, a tale

KONOTÜL                                    an  anecdote

KONÖM                                        (the) economy, (the) household

KONÖMAV                                   economics

KONÖMAVAN                              an  economist

KONÖN                                        to narrate, to tell (= a story)

KONSÄL                                       a (piece of) advice

KONSÄLACÄM                             a Council Chamber

KONSÄLIDADÜP                          an appointment

KONSÄLOVIK                               advisable

KONSÄLIDÖN                               to consult

KONSÄLÖN                                  to advise, to counsel

KONSÄLÖP                                  a town hall

KONSÄRT                                    a concert

KONSIENIVESTIG                         an examination of conscience

KONSIENÖFIK                              conscientious

KONSTATÖN                                to take note of, to notice

KONSULÖP                                  a consulate

KONTAG                                      (sense of) touch

KONTAGALENTÜL                       contact lense

KONTAGAPÜN                             interface (physics)

KONTAGÖN                                  to touch

KONTROLÖN                                to control, to check

KONÜD                                        a (fir) cone

KONYAK                                      brandy

KONYUGÖN                                 to conjugate (verbs)

KONYUN                                      a conjunction (grammar)

KOOTIK                                        fully cooked

KOP                                             a body (= substance)

KOPIED                                        a copy

KOPIEDAGITÄT                            copyright

KOPIEDÖN                                   to copy

KOPIK                                          physical

KOPIKÄL                                      hygiene

KORÄKÖN                                    to correct, to mark (work)

KORDÜL                                      a sinew, a tendon

KOR                                             a choir

KORIAL                                        coral

KORIALANISUL                            an atoll

KORIALAREF                               a coral reef

KORIAND                                     coriander

KORNED                                      a  cornea   (eye)

KORSÄT                                       a bodice, a corset

KORUL                                         coral  (=  pink)

KOS                                             opposite (=facing)

KOSAM                                        a contact

KOSÄD                                         company,  communication,   social  intercourse

                                                    *  kosäd genik  =  sexual intercourse

KOSÄDAPÜK                                colloquial speech

KOSÄDÖN (KO)                        to associate (with), to communicate (with);  to get on/to go around (with)

KOSGOLÖN                                  to approach, to go to meet

KOSID                                          a  livelihood

KOSIDÖN                                     to earn one’s living

                                                    also:  meritön kosidi oka

KOSIDIDÖN                                  (to) support (a family)

KOSIKÖN (KO)                              to communicate (with)

KOSLOGÖN                                  to anticipate, to look forward to

KOSÜKÖN                                    (to) contact  (by phone, radio)

KOT                                             a code

KOTAVÖD                                    a code word

KOTENIK                                      contented, satisfied

KOTENÜKAM                               satisfaction

KOTENÜKÖN                                to satisfy

KOTIN                                          cotton

KOTUR                                         a quail

KOULT                                         (the) occult

KOUP                                           an occupation (military)

KOUPÖN                                      to occupy (military)

KOVEN                                         comfort

KOVENASTUL                              an easy chair

KOVENIK                                     comfortable

KOVENIÄLIK                                convenient, opportune

KÖ                                               where (correlative)

KÖALÜPT                                     eucalyptus (tree)

KÖALÜPTALEÜL                          eucalyptus (oil)

KÖB                                             a comb

KÖBAMAYÄN                              worsted (cloth)

KÖBÖN (OKI)                                to comb (one's hair)

KÖDET                                         an incision

KÖDÖN                                        to carve

KÖG                                             a cough

KÖGÜLÖN                                    to clear one’s throat

KÖGÖN                                        to cough

KÖK                                             a micrococcus (medical)

KÖL                                             colour, paint

KÖLAN                                         a (house) painter

KÖLÖN                                         to paint

KÖLÜL                                         a  tint

KÖMÖN (LÜ)                                to come (to)

KÖNÄD                                        a coin

KÖNÄDAV                                    numismatics

KÖP                                             a cup

KÖPET                                         a (beer) glass

KÖRAMAN                                   the knave of hearts (card games)

KÖRAREG                                    the king of hearts (card games)

KÖRAVOM                                   the queen of hearts (card games)

KÖRTEN                                       a curtain

KÖSÖMIK                                     common, habitual, usual

KÖSÖMOT                                    a custom, a habit

KÖSÖMÖN (AD)                            to be accustomed (to), to be wont (to)

KÖSÖMÜKÖN                              to accustom

KÖST                                           a cousin

KÖT                                             a cut

KÖTAPÜN                                    (point of)  intersection

KÖTÄD                                         a slice

KÖTÄDIL                                      an  incision

KÖTED                                         a cutting edge

KÖTET                                         a (surgical) operation

KÖTETAVAN                                a surgeon

KÖTOT                                         a piece, a portion

KÖTÖN                                         to cut

KÖTÜLÖN                                    to prune (kötülön bimis = to prune trees)

KÖV                                             an envelope

KRAB                                           a crab

KRAL                                           a  claw

KRAN                                           a cranium,  a skull

KRASUM                                      a colon

KRATÄR                                      a crater

KRATED                                       an abrasion, a scratch

KRATÖN                                      to scrape, to scratch

KRAVÖN                                      (to) crow (of cocks)

KRAVAT                                      a necktie

KRAXÖN                                      to caw (of crow family)

KRÄKÖN                                      to burst

KRÄTÄD                                      a  crate

KREDÖN (MÖ)                              to believe (in)

KREDIDÖN                                   to make believe, to pretend

KREDÜL                                       an opinion

KREF                                           a crayfish

KREM                                          a cream

KRET                                           chalk

KRETÄD                                       a crayon

KREVÄT                                       a prawn, shrimp

KRIG                                            a war

KRIGAGOLÄD                              a crusade, a (military) expedition

KRIGISTÖP                                   a truce

                                                    *  begön krigistöpi =  to call for a truce

KRIGÖN (TA)                                to wage war (against)

KRIK                                            a cricket

KRIKÜL                                        a grasshopper

KRINUL                                        a crinoline

KRIPÖN                                        to creep

KRISET                                        a hamster

KRISID                                         a crisis

KRISTAD                                      crystal

KRISTADAGLÄT                           cut glass       

KRIT                                            Christianity

KRITID                                         Christmas

                                                    * Fatül Kritid = Father Christmas

KRITIDAZÄL                                (festival of) Christmas

KROD                                           a cross

KRODAM                                     crucifixion

KROK                                           a crocus

KRÖKID                                       croquet (game)

KROKOD                                      a crocodile

KROLIG                                        a rabbit

KROMOSOM                                a chromosome

KRONAM                                     a coronation

KRONIG                                       a chronicle

                                                    (jen kronigik = chronicling)

KRONÜL                                      a wreath

KROPIKÖN                                   to crouch down

KROT                                           a rattle

KROTASNEK                                a rattlesnake

KROTÖM                                      a castanet

KROV                                           a crow

KRUGALIEN                                 a curve

KRUGIK                                       curving, winding

KRUGIKÖN                                   to coil, to wind

KRUÄLIK                                     cruel, ferocious

KRUGIKÖN                                   (to) meander

KRUGÜL                                      a curl

KRÜDIK                                       raw, uncooked

KRÜSALID                                   a chrysallis

KRÜSEN                                       a chrysanthemum

KRÜT                                           a criticism, a critique

KRÜTÖN                                      to review (books)

KUBIT                                          an elbow

KUD                                             anxiety, worry

KUDIK                                          anxious, worried

KUDÜKÖLO                                  earnestly

KUELEL                                       a ukulele

KUIN                                            a  quintal  (=  100  kg)

KUKÖN                                        to be boiling (vat kukon = the water's

KUKUK                                        a cuckoo

KUL                                             a course (= movement);  a track

KULAN                                         a pioneer, a trailblazer

KULIK                                          epoch-making

KULIT                                          a scene (theatrical)

KULIV                                          culture

KULIVIK                                       cultured, educated

KULÖN                                         to  clear

KULTASALUDÜKAM                    ordination (to priesthood)

KULTÖN                                       to worship

KUM                                            a heap, a pile

KUMAM                                       an accumulation

KUMULATOR                               an accumulator (electric); car battery

KÜM                                            a swarm

KUN                                             a cow

KUPRIN                                        copper

KUPRINAGAVOT                          a copper engraving

KUR                                             a (royal) court

KURAAN                                      (the) Koran

KURAD                                        bravery, courage

KURADIK                                     brave, courageous

KURADÜKÖN                               to encourage

KURAN                                        a courtier

KURATÄL                                    punctuality

KURATIK                                     exact, precise

                                                    *kuratiko  =  on time

KURBIDÖM                                  an (electric) switch

KURSÜD                                      exchange (finance)

KURUGIK                                     courtly

KUSADÖN                                    to accuse

KUSEN                                         a cushion, a pillow

KÜ                                               (at the time) when (correlative)

KÜBÄD                                        a cube

KÜG                                             a cucumber

KÜID                                            a thigh

KÜIR                                            leather

KÜIRED                                        a (shoe) strap

KÜKANÖG                                    a boiled egg

KÜKÖN                                        to boil (kükobs vati = we boil the water)

KÜL                                             an anus

KÜMAM                                       a swarm (of bees)

KÜMÖN                                        to swarm

KÜNIDAN                                     a  cynic

KÜNIDIK                                      cynical

KÜNIDIM                                      cynicism

KÜNIK                                          bold, cheeky

KÜNÖN                                        to be cheeky, to dare

KÜPÄDIK                                     remarkable

KÜPÄDIKÜN                                 most  remarkable

KÜPÄL                                         attention, concentration

                                                    * to catch (one’s) attention = gleipön küpäli

KÜPÄLIK                                      attentive

KÜPÄLÖN  (AD)                            to pay attention (to)

KÜPÄLÜKÖN                                to draw attention to;  to strike someone (mentally)

KÜPEDOT                                     an observation

KÜPEDÖN                                    to observe, to notice, to watch

KÜPET                                         a remark

KÜPETÖN                                     to comment

KÜPODÖN                                    to be caught (in the act)

KÜPOVIKO                                   remarkably

KÜPÖN                                         to notice

KVAADUK                                    an aqueduct

KVAD                                           a (geometric) square

KVADIK                                       square (shape)

KVAGÖN                                      to quack

KVAGÜLÖN                                  to croak

KVATÄD                                      braid

KVÄNÖN                                      to extinguish, to turn off (light)

KVÄNEDÖN                                  to efface, to obliterate, to wipe out

KVÄR                                           an acorn

KVÄREP                                       an oak (tree)

KVÄREPABOAD                           oak (wood)

KVEATOR                                    equator

KVIL                                            an eagle

KVIP                                            a team

KVISINAL                                     a chef

KVISINAN                                    a cook

KVISINAV                                    culinary art

KVISINÖN                                    to cook

KVISINÖP                                     a kitchen

KVISIT                                         (the) Inquisition



LABEDÖN                                    to take possession of

LABIÄLIK                                     ambitious, avaritious, covetous

LABOT                                         a possession

LABÖN                                         to have

LABUN                                         an album

LABÜ                                           including

LABÜKÖN                                    to make available

LABÜLÖN                                    to assume, to occupy

LABÜREN                                    a labyrinth, a maze

LAD                                             a heart

LADAFLAPÜL                              heartbeat

LADÄL                                         disposition, feeling(s), temperament

LADÄLALIED                               heartbreak

LADÄLATAKED                            calmness, composure

LADÄLOD                                    a frame of mind

LADÄLÖF                                     sensitivity

LADET                                         an address

LADETÄB                                     an addressee

LADÖFIK                                      cordial

LAED                                           lattice                                                                       

LAEL                                            an alley-way, a grove

LAF                                              a half

LAFAB                                         an alphabet

LAFADÜP                                     half-an-hour

LAFAPLEDEDÜP                          half-time (in football)

LAFIK                                          half

LAGÖN                                         to be hanging (pänot lagon len völ = the

                                                    picture is hanging on the wall)

LAIBINÜKÖN                                to  keep  (something)  going

LAIDACÄNÖL                               kaleidoscopic

LAIDAREMAN                              a regular customer

LAIDAVILUP                                continuum

LAIDÄL                                        insistence, perseverence

LAIDÄLÖN (PÖ)                            to insist (on)

LAIDIK                                         chronic, perennial

LAIDÖN                                        to be stable

LAIDULIK                                     constant

LAIDULIKO                                  continually

LAIDULÖN                                   to persist

LAIDULÜKAM                              perpetuation

LAIDÜP                                        eternity

LAIJÄFÖN                                    to carry on, to continue

LAILIFÖN                                     to live on, to survive

LAIN                                            wool

LAJIMÖN                                      to cut up

LAK                                             a lake

LALÄF                                         a  slug

LALEG                                         seaweed

LALEGORIK                                 allegorical

LALGORIT                                    an algorithm

LALIAD                                        an alloy

LALKIMAN                                   an alchemist

LALKOHOL                                  alcohol

LALKOV                                       an alcove, a recess

LALPIK                                        alpine

LALT                                            alto (music)

LAM                                             a (sharp) blade

LAMIRAL                                     an admiral

LAMPAD                                      a lamp

LAMPIUN                                     a (Chinese) lantern

LAMPÖR                                      an emperor

LAMPÖRÄN                                 an empire

LAN                                             a soul, a spirit

LANAL                                         (the) Supreme Spirit

LANAV                                         psychology

LANÄLIK                                      enthusiastic

LANÄLÖN                                    to enthuse

LANÄLÜKÖN                                to enthuse

LÄNEDAL                                     a landowner

LANILEKÄL                                  psychiatric treatment

LANIVESTIG                                 psychiatry

LANIVESTIGAN                            a psychiatrist

LÄNOD                                         landscape

LANÖFIK                                      spiritual

LANÖN                                         to inspire       

LANTÄR                                       a (decorative) lamp, a light

LANTEN                                       an aerial, an antenna

LANUD                                         an alder (tree)

LAOÄD                                         an  aloe  (plant)

LAODIK                                        aloud, loud

LAODIKO                                     loudly

LAORTAD                                    aorta

LAPELACÖDAL                            an appeal judge

LARABAN                                    an arab

LARAM                                        an alarm

LARAMÖN                                   to raise the alarm

LARDAMEL                                  (the) open sea

LARDIK                                        extensive, widespread

LARGENT                                     silver (metallic substance)

LARGENTASTÖMEM                    (table) silver

LARGENTIN                                 silver (chemical element))

LARIN                                          a larynx

LARTÜG                                       a (newspaper) article

LASÄR                                         a lizard

LASBED                                       asbestos

LASER                                         a laser

LASIL                                           an asylum (from an enemy),  a  shelter

LASILÖP                                      nursing home

LASIVIK                                       erotic            

LASUMÖN                                    to pick up

LASÜRABLÖV                              an azure blue

LATAR                                         an altar

LATIK                                          late, tardy

LATIKÖN                                      to be late

LATLETIK                                    athletic

LAUD                                           a lark

LAUK                                           laundry

LAUTAN                                       an author, a writer

LAUTOT                                       a (written) work

LAUTÖN                                       to write (as an author)

LAVABASIN                                 (kitchen) sink

LAVABÖVÄD                               a washbasin

LAVACIN                                     a washing machine

LAVALAUK                                  washing liquid

LAVARAN                                    a miser

LAVARIK                                     avaricious, mean

LAVASTITOD                               a laundry

LAVAT                                         lava   

LAVÄDAFLAB                              a face cloth

LAVOD                                         laundry

LAVOGAN                                    a lawyer

LAVÖN                                         to wash

LAVÖP                                         a laundry

LAVÜLÖN                                    to rinse

LAY                                             garlic

LAYET                                         a drawer

LÄ                                                by, with

LÄB                                             happiness

LÄBIK                                          happy, fortunate, lucky

LÄBLIN                                        a contribution

LÄCERIK                                      frivolous, light-hearted, superficial

LÄD                                             lady, Mrs (läd 'X' = Mrs. 'X')

LÄDÜL                                         young lady, Miss (lädül 'X' = Miss 'X')

LÄFULÜKIK                                 extra,  supplementary

LÄGIAN                                        a belt  (supporting gun, etc)

LÄGÖN                                         to hang (lägob pänoti len völ = I hang

                                                    the painting on the wall)

LÄKÖN                                         to lick

LÄL                                              garlic

LÄMPIK                                       clear (weather)

LÄN                                             country, land

LÄNÄD                                         country (as opposed to town)

LÄNED                                         ground, terrain

LÄNEM                                        a nickname

LÄNOD                                         landscape, scenery

LÄO                                             in addition

LÄOD                                           an addition, an epithet

LÄRNAHIPUL                               an apprentice boy

LÄRNAN                                      a learner, a pupil

LÄRNOD                                      a lesson

LÄRNÖN                                      to learn

LÄS                                              less

LÄSDIGIDÖN                                to underestimate

LÄSETÖN                                     to disappoint

LÄSIKAM                                     a decline

LÄSIKÖN                                      to reduce

LÄSKIOMAN                                an  Eskimo

LÄSÖFIK                                      demeaning

LÄTEN                                         brass

LÄTIK                                          last   (lätiküno  =  last  of  all)

LÄTIKNA                                      the last time

LÄTIKO                                        lastly

LÄÜKOTEM                                  recipe

LÄÜKÖN                                      to enclose

LÄYÜMIK                                     additional

LÄZIB                                          a side dish

LEADÖN (+ INFIN)                        to allow, to permit, to let (leadön

                                                    falön = to drop (to let fall)

LEADÖN  DEFLUMÖN                  to deflate (air from tyre)

LEÄKTRONAV                              electronics

LEAR                                           an olive tree

LEARAFLUK                                an olive

LEARALEÜL                                 olive oil

LEBASOV                                     double bass (music)

LEBAT                                         a scourge

LEBAVET                                     a shawl

LEBEGÖN                                     to implore, plead (for)

LEBIT                                           a campaign

LEBLADÖN                                  to blow (of wind)

LEBLAM                                      a reprimand

LEBLAMÖN                                  to reprimand

LEBLIMÖN                                   to make up (a bed)

LEBLUDAM                                  a haemorrhage

LEBONED                                     a subscription (to a magazine, etc)

LEBONEDÖN                                to subscribe (to a magazine, etc)

LEBÖB                                         (the) Stock Exchange

LEBÖTAN                                     a head waiter

LEBÖTID                                      a drinking spree

LEBUG                                         a gulf (= coastal)

LEBÜDAN                                    a commander

LEBÜR                                         a head office

LEBÜRAL                                     a chancellor

LECÄD                                         highness, eminence

LECED                                         a point of view

LECEIN                                        a conversion

LECEK                                         a stable

LECEM                                         drawing-room

LECÜD                                         an axe

LECÜT                                         a fraud, a swindle

LED                                              lace

LEDAUT                                       a princess

LEDESIRIK                                   nostalgic

LEDESIRÖN                                  (to) yearn (for)

LEDINIK                                       principal

LEDINO                                        chiefly, mainly, principally

LEDITÖN (DE)                              to say goodbye,  to take leave (of)

LEDOM                                        a mansion, a palace

LEDREDODIK                               macabre

LEDROLIK                                    ridiculous

LEDUNÖFIK                                 elaborate

LEDUNÖN                                    to accomplish, to attain, to perfect

LEDUTOD                                     a property  (= quality)

LEDUTÖN (LÜ)                             to belong (to)

LEDÜFIK                                      rock hard

LEEFAD                                       an elephant

LEF                                              balm, yeast

LEFAD                                         a line, a string

LEFANOT                                     booty;  a quarry (hunting);  spoils (of war)

LEFAT                                          a grandfather

LEFÄK                                         an obsession, a passion

LEFÄKÄLIK                                  extreme,  passionate

LEFÄNÖN                                     to wave

LEFENIKÖN                                  to exhaust

LEFIDED                                      a banquet

LEFIL                                           a conflagration

LEFILAHUK                                  a poker

LEFILAPOLDAN                           a fire-fighter, a fireman

LEFILÖ!                                        fire!

LEFILÖN                                      to be burning, to be on fire

LEFLITÖM                                    an airliner

LEFOG                                         a cloud

LEFÖN                                         a  furnace

LEFRED                                       (good) cheer

LEFREDIK                                    cheerful

LEGAD                                         a (public) park, public gardens

LEGÄT                                         a legation (= building)

LEGIK                                          genuine, real

LEGIVOT                                      a gift, a present

LEGLÖPOT                                   a dome

LEGLÜG                                       a cathedral

LEGRETASTONIK                         megalithic

LEGUAN                                       an iguana

LEHÄRETAL                                 a heresiarch

LEHITIK                                       boiling hot

LEIG                                             equality

LEIGAMAGOD                              an example  (= parable)

LEIGAMOD                                   a counterpart

LEIGAPENAM                               a homograph  

LEIGATON                                    an equivalent sound

LEIGÄT                                        equivalent

LEIGAVET                                    equilibrium

LEIGED                                        a uniform

LEIGETÖN                                    to be quits, to be straight

LEIGIK                                         equal

LEIGO                                          likewise

LEIGOD                                        a comparison

LEIGODIK                                     comparable

LEIGODO                                      by (in) comparison

LEIGODÖN (KO/TÄ)                      to compare (with)

LEIGODÜ                                      in comparison with

LEIGÖF                                        symmetry

LEIGÖN                                        to equal,  to be equal to

LEIGOSO                                      equally, just as

LEITIK                                          light (= not heavy)

LEJÄFIDÖN  (ME)                         to  be  obsessed  (with)

LEJEDÖN                                      to fling, to hurl

LEJEK                                          degradation, horror

LEJEKÖN                                      to appal, to terrify

LEJON                                          a doctrine                  

LEJENÖF                                      reality

LEJONOD                                     an  instruction

LEJUIT                                         a delight

LEJUITIK                                      delightful

LEKÄL                                         treatment (medical)

LEKAN                                         art

LEKANAN                                    an artist

LEKANÄL                                     artistry

LEKANOT                                     a fine art

LEKÄF                                         a trick,  a deception

LEKÄL                                         (medical) treatment

LEKLÄR                                       lightening (in a storm)

LEKEV                                         a cave

LEKEVAV                                     speleology

LEKLÄRÖN                                  to lighten      

LEKLEUDAN                                a prior

LEKLIN                                        cleanliness

LEKLUINÖN                                 to clean, to polish

LEKLUINÖM                                 a polisher, a scraper

LEKOEF                                       a  creed

LEKOEFÖN                                   to admit, to confess

LEKOF                                         irony

LEKOMIP                                     a battle

LEKONED                                     a novel (literature)

LEKONFIDÖN                               to rely on

LEKOSÄDADÜP                            the rush hour

LEKRED                                       a belief, a faith

LEKREDAKOBÄD                         a (religious) sect

LEKREDANASEDÄB                     a missionary

LEKRUÄL                                     an atrocity

LEKTIN                                        electricity

LEKTINAFLUMIEL                        a generator

LEKTINAFLUMIKURB                  an electric switch

LEKTINANÄM                              electric power

LEKTINANIBUD                            a  trolley  bus

(LEKTINA)SIRKISEKÖT                 short-circuit

LEKTINIDÖN                                to electrify

LEKTINIK                                     electric(al)

LEKTINIROP                                 power cut, power failure

LEKUSEN                                     a cushion, a pillow

LEKÜPÄLÖN (ME)                        to concentrate (on) (mental activity)

LEL                                              a lily

LELATLETIK                                athletic

LELILÖN                                      to hear, to learn, to understand

LELIVAKONÖMAV                       a free economy (theory)

LELIVAMASONAN                        a freemason

LELOBÖN                                     to praise, to worship

LELOGÄDIK                                 outstanding, prominent

LELOGÖN                                     to consider

LELÖF                                          passionate love

LELÖFÄDIK                                  fond (of)

LELÖFÄDIKÖN (DÖ)                     to fall in love (with)

LELÖFIK                                      dear, lovable

LELÖFÖN                                     to love (passionately)

LELÖLO                                       as a whole

LELÜGIK                                      tragic

LELUIMIK                                    soaking (wet)

LELUIMÖN                                   to soak

LEM                                             paralysis

LEMAKET                                    a supermarket

LEMÄTED                                    a tournament

LEMEIL                                        flour

LEMEKÖN                                    to complete, to finish

LEMESED                                     an income, a salary, a wage

LEMIR                                          emir

LEMOT                                         a grandmother

LEMOTEDIK                                 (of) gentle (birth)

LEMÖD                                        a lot of

LEMÖDOT                                    a crowd, a great deal

LEMUDIÄR                                   a muzzle

LEMUFÜKÖN                               to agitate, to shake, to shrug, to toss

                                                    * lemufükön nami = to shake hands

LEMUAM                                     an extreme

LEMUIK                                       drastic, extreme

LEMÜF                                         a locomotive

LEMÜLÖN                                    to limp

LEMÜR                                        a splash

LEN                                              at, on

LENAUD                                       a horror

LENAUDODIK                               gruesome

LENKÖTÖN                                  to  slice

LENLABÖN (KLOTIS/LÜNÄTIS)     to wear (clothes/spectacles)

LENO                                           certainly not, not at all                         

LENOS                                         absolutely nothing

LENOID                                        a din, a noise

LENOF                                         an insult

LENOS                                         absolutely nothing

                                                    * nothing more than ...  =  lenos plu ka ...

LENSEIDOT                                  an appendix (book)

LENSUMÖN                                  to accept

LENTÜL                                       a  lens  (eye)

                                                    * kontagalentül(s) = contact lense(s)

LENUIK                                        up-to-date

LENÜKÖN (KLOTIS)                     to put on (clothes)

LENÜNAN                                    a reference (person)

LEOD                                           an arrangement, an order

LEODIK                                        in order (all right)

LEODÖN                                       to arrange (in order)

LEODÜKÖN                                  to arrange (items)

LEOGÖN                                       to  echo

LEON                                           a lion  (leonasep  =  a  lion's  den)

LEONATOAR                                a sea lion

LEP                                              an ape, a monkey

LEPIGÖN                                      (to) stab

LEPÄDAN                                     an abbott

LEPÄDANÖP                                an abbey

LEPEDÖN                                     to crush

LEPID                                           repentance

LEPLÄG                                       a  (dress)  rehearsal

LEPLEDS LÜMPIK                        The Olympic Games

LEPLEKÖN                                   to adore, to supplicate, to worship

LEPLÜT(S)                                    manner(s);  politeness

LEPÖK                                         a failure

LEPRAD                                       leprosy

LERÄT                                         a puzzle

LEROR                                         a  shout,  a  shriek 

LERORÖN                                    to bellow, to shout, to yell

LERÖBAPAPÜR                            sand paper

LESAG                                         an  assertion

LESAGÖN                                     to assert, to claim, to declare,  to state

LESEATÖP                                   an (army) position

LESET                                          a theorem

LESI!                                            sure!

LESIG                                           a drought

LESIL                                           outer space

LESINIK                                       wicked

LESINOD                                      vice

LESIÖN                                        to assure, to ensure, to make sure of

LESIÖRADOM                              a manor (house)

LESKAN                                       an outrage

LESOGÄD                                     high society

LESON                                         a prince

LESPAD                                       (the) cosmos

LESPADABLUF                            a space probe

LESPADANAF                              an spaceship

LESPADANAFAN                          an astronaut

LESPADATIMÄD                          (the) space age

LESPAT                                        an excursion

LESKRUB                                     a  (ship's)  screw         

LESTAB (MELA)                           the bottom (of the sea)

LESTEKATEGED                           an eiderdown

LESTIGÄDÖN                               to irritate

LESTIMAN                                   an admirer, a fan

LESTRALÖN  (LOVE)                    to outshine

LESTÜM                                       esteem, regard, reverence

LESTÜMÖN                                  to esteem, to venerate

LESÜENIK                                    lost in thought

LESUIDIKÖN                                to faint away

LESÜT                                          a highway

LETÄLEN                                     genius

LETEP                                          a hurricane

LETIDAN                                      a headmaster

LETIK                                           (mental) consideration

LETIKÖN                                      to consider

LETIRÖM                                     a  wrench

LETIRÖN                                      to drag, to haul

LETOD                                         agony

LETODÖN                                     to defy, to torment      

LETÖBID                                      trouble, inconvenience

LETÖN                                         to allow

LETÜV                                         the discovery (of continent/country)

LEÜL                                            oil, lubrication

LEÜLÖN                                       to oil, to lubricate

LEVAL                                         (the) universe

LEVALANAF                                a space ship

LEVALIDACED                             a general opinion

LEVEG                                         a highway, a road

LEVEMIK                                     enormous, exquisite, supreme

LEVERIK                                      absolute

LEVIENIK                                     wind-swept

LEVIKODÖN                                 to triumph

LEVIKODIK                                  triumphant

LEVIKODO                                   triumphantly

LEVIP                                           passion

LEVOTIKAM                                 an anti-climax

LEYAL                                         a portico

LEYANAN                                    a gate-keeper, a janitor

LEZIL                                           fervour, zeal

LEZILIM                                       extremism, fanaticism

LEZIÖB                                        a (prison) cell

LIÄG                                            holly

LIB                                               freedom, liberty

LIBAVILADÜNÖLAN                     a volunteer

LIBELUL                                      a dragonfly

LIBIK                                           free

LIBIO                                           free (stadükön libio = to set free)

LIBÜKAM                                     liberation

LIBÜKAN                                     a rescuer

LICID                                           a lychee (= fruit)

LICIN                                           origin

LID                                               a song

LIÄNÜLAM                                   a foot (in verse)

LIEDAN                                        a  sufferer

LIEDIK                                         unfortunate

LIEDÖ!                                         unfortunately!

LIEDÖN (DEMÜ)                           to suffer (for/from/on account of)

LIEDÜKÖN                                   to upset (emotionally)

LIEG                                             fortune, riches, wealth 

LIEGIK                                         rich, wealthy

LIEGÖF                                        richness

LIEN                                             a line

LIENÄD                                        a (physical) feature

LIENET                                         madness, mania

LIENETIK                                     frenzied, insane, mad, mainiacal

LIENETIKÖN                                 to go mad

LIEV                                             a hare

LIF                                               life

LIFAJENÄD                                  an autobiography

LIFAMOTAMIK                             viviparous

LIFÄDÖN                                      to spend (time)

LIFIBEPENAM                              a biography

LIFICINIK                                     bio-mechanical

LIFIK                                            alive, living

LIFOT                                           an experience

LIFÄDÖN                                      to spend (time)

LIFAJENÄD                                  an autobiography

LIFIBEPENAM                              a biography

LIFÖFIK                                       brisk

LIFÖFÜKÖN                                 to invigorate

LIFÖN                                          to be alive, to live       

LIFT                                             an elevator, a lift        

LIKÖR                                          a liqueur

LIKVIR                                         liquorice

LIL                                               an ear

LILAMASIEN                                (sense of) hearing

LILAMASTUMIL                           a hearing aid

LILAMAZÄN                                 the inner ear

LILÄMISUDÜKÖL                         deafening

LILÖN                                          to hear

                                                    *   (fädo) lilön = to overhear

LIM                                              a limb, a member

LIMAN                                         a (human) member

LIMEDÜKAM                                membership

LIMONAD                                     lemonade

LIN                                               a ring (= a circle)

LINDFIKO                                     nonchalantly

LINDIGOT                                     indigo

LINDIF                                         apathy

LINDIFÖN                                     to be indifferent

                                                    *  lindifos  =  it doesn't matter   

LINEG                                          a tongue

LINUL                                          linoleum

LINUMASTOF                               linen (cloth)

LIO?                                             how?

LIOMÖDOTIKNA?                         how many times?

LIOMÖDOTO?                               how much?

LIÖL                                             a mile

LIÖTAN                                        a lieutenant

LIP                                               a lip

LIPASTAFÜL                                lipstick

LIRID                                           iris (both eye and flower)

LISED                                           a catalogue, a list

LISITAN                                       a candidate

LISLADÄN                                    Iceland

LIT                                               light (= not dark)

LITAREKLAM                               an illuminated advertisement

LITAREOL                                    a halo

LITASTRALÖN                             to shine

LITERAT                                      literature

LITERATAVIK                              literary

LITIK                                            bright, light

LITODÖN                                      to print (photographs)

LITÜKAM                                     illumination

LITÜKÖN                                      to illuminate, to switch on (light)

LIUD                                            a link  (connection)

LIUNÖN                                        to draw, to trace (a line)

LIUNÜL                                        a comma

LIVÄL                                          self-sufficiency

LIVÄTIK                                       independent

LIVIK                                           free, loose, slack, unfastened

LIVOD                                          leave (in army)                                                            

LIVÖN                                           to be loose

LIVÜKAM                                      release  (from prison, duty, etc)

LIVÜKAMAMON                            ransom                     

LIVÜKÖN                                     to loosen, to slacken, to unfasten

LIVÜP                                          leisure (time);  a pastime

LO                                                in view of 

LOASID                                        an oasis

LOATAMON                                 rent (payment)

LOATAN                                       a lodger

LOATATOOD                                a taxi

LOATÄB                                       a  hired  servant

LOB                                             praise

LOBEDIK                                      obedient

LOBEDÖN                                    to obey

LOBLINÖN                                   to bring up (a subject)

LOBÜL                                         approval

LOBÜLAVOKÄDÖN                      to cheer

LOBÜLÖN                                    to  applaud

LÖDADOM                                   an apartment

LODASPAD                                  the hold of a ship (for cargo)

LODOT                                         a cargo, a load

LOENÖN (DE)                               to borrow (from); to loan

LOETAMAPAÄL                           a frying-pan

LOETAMAPARAT                         a barbecue

LOETAMIT                                   roast (meat)

LOETANÖG                                  a fried egg

LOETAMAPARAT                         a barbecue

LOETAPÖTETIL                            a chip

LOETÖN                                       to fry, to roast

LOFOT                                         a (specific) offer

LOFÖN                                         to offer

LOFÜD                                         east

LOG                                             an eye

LOGABOB                                    an eyebrow

LOGAGLÖP                                  an eyeball

LOGAKEV                                    an eye socket

LOGALIP                                      an eyelid

LOGALIPAHER                             an eyelash

LOGAM                                        (sense of) sight, a view

LOGASAUNÜKÖP                         an  eye  clinic

LOGATOF                                     an eye drop

LOGÄDIK                                     visible

LOGÄDIKÖN                                  to  become  visible,  to  be  seen

LOGÄDÖN                                    to be seen, to be visible

LOGED                                         a glance, a look

LOGEDADAJONÄD                       a peepshow

LOGEDAHOG                                a peep-hole

LOGEDÖN (LÜ)                             to glance (at), to look (at)

·       to look around = zilogedön

·       to look up = suilogedön

LOGET                                         a  gaze

LOGETÖN 9LÜ)                            to  contemplate, to stare

LOGICÜTAM                                an optical illusion

LOGIK                                          optical

LOGOD                                         a face     (logodakölül = complexion)

LOGODAJÄST                               mien

LOGODALIENÄDS                        features (of face)         

LOGODÖN (ÄS)                            to appear, to look (like)

LOGORIT                                      a logorithm   

LOGOT                                         a sight

                                                    * pö logot balid = at first sight

LOGOTÖN (ÄS)                             to appear outwardly (like)        

LOGÖFOT                                     a (tourist) attraction

LOGÖN                                         to look, to see

                                                    to stare = lülogön eki stedo

LOJAD                                          a (theatre) box

LOK                                             a mirror

LOKTOP                                       an octopus

LOKÖN                                         to be mirrored/reflected

LOM                                             home

LOMÄDÜKÖN  (OKI)                     to  settle  down

LOMANEF                                    (the) family

LOMÄN                                        homeland

LOMÄNAN                                   a (fellow) countryman

LOMIÄLADESIR                           nostalgia

LOMÄNÄL                                    patriotism

LOMIO                                         homewards

LOMO                                          at home

LOMÖFACEM                               a sitting room

LON                                             a/the law

LONÄD                                         a decision

LONÄDÖN                                    to determine, to settle

LONEM                                        the (body of) the law, legislation

LONIK                                          legal

LONINEFÖLÖN                             (to) break the law

LONINEFÖLOT                             a breach of the law

LONÖF                                         a particular quality

LONÖFIK                                      valid

LONÖFÖN                                    to be valid

LONÖN                                         to arrange, to ratify

LONÜLÖN                                    to put, to submit (for con sideration)

LOP                                              an opera

LOPÜL                                         an operetta

LORD                                           a lord

LOREIDÖN                                   to  read  out

LORKID                                        an orchid

LORM                                          an elm

LOTERAZÖT                                 a lottery ticket, a raffle ticket

LOTID                                          accommodation

LOTIDÄB                                      a guest

LOTIDÖP                                      an hotel, a hostelry

LOVATIK                                      oval (shape)

LOVE                                           over

LOVEBOID(IO)                              overboard

LOVEBOTAM                               a  (water)  crossing

LOVEGOLÖN (LOVE)                    to cross (over)

LOVEIKAM                                   transition

LOVELIFÄDÖN                             to outlive

LOVEIKÖM                                   interface (computer)

LOVEIVOTÖN  (INI)                      to  turn /  convert  (into)

LOVELOGAM                               a bird's-eye view

LOVENAF                                     a ferry(boat)

LOVENAFAMÖP                           a ferry crossing

LOVELIFÖN                                  to survive

LOVEPENAM                                transcription

LOVEPENÄT                                 a transcription

LOVESEDÖN                                to  transmit

LOVESUMÖN                               to succeed  (= to follow on); to undertake (to do                                       something), to take over

LOVIOTIRAKLOT                          a pullover, a sweater

LOXIN                                          oxygen

LOZON                                         ozone

LÖÄDÖN                                      to rise, to stand up

·       löädön  se  bed  =  to get up

LÖBIDAKÖTÖN                            to lobotomize  (=  to cut frontal lobe of brain in an operation)          

LÖBRUID                                     effervescence

LOBÜL                                         approval

                                                    * on approval = logamio

LÖDADOM                                   a flat

LÖDAN                                         an inhabitant

LÖDATEAD                                  an appartment, a flat

LÖDAVAB                                    a caravan

LÖDÄD                                         a habitat        

LÖDÖN                                         to live, to reside

LÖDÖP                                         place of residence

LÖDÜKÖN                                    to inhabit, to live in     

LÖF                                              love

LÖFAN                                         lover, sweetheart

LÖFÄB                                         a  loved  one

LÖFÄL                                         a  hobby

LÖFIDIK                                       appealing, charming

LÖFIK                                          lovable, dear

LÖFILÖN                                      to like, to prefer

LÖFLAM                                      a blaze

LÖFÖFIK                                      kind

LÖFÖN                                         to love

LÖFÜLÖN                                     to caress, to fondle

LÖG                                             a leg

LÖIK                                            upright

LÖK                                             a lock

LÖLET                                          a cycle (science)

LÖLIK                                          entire, whole

LÖLIKO                                        completely, wholly, quite

LÖLOT                                         totality

LÖLÖFIK                                      complete

LÖLIMIK                                      extremist

LÖMIN                                         a chemical element

LÖNAFRUTÄL                              self - interest

LÖNANATÄLIK                             innate

LÖNÄL                                         one's very self, the essential self

LÖNEDIK                                      appropriate, fitting, suitable

LÖNEDIKÖN (AD)                         to become adapted (to)

LÖNEDÖN (PÖ)                             to be fitting, to be suitable (for) 

LÖNEDÜKÖN                                to adapt, to adjust

LÖNIK                                          (one's) own

LÖNÜLÖN                                    to conform to

LÖODÖN                                      to erect, to raise up

LÖÖN                                           to stand up straight

LÖPATEGED                                 a counterpane (on bed)

LÖPATIDÖP                                  a college

LÖPIKÖN                                      to take off (= aeroplane)

LÖPIKÖL                                      ascending

LÖPIO                                          upward(s)

LÖPIOTOVÖN                               to uplift

LÖPO                                           overhead, up(stairs) (go löpo = topmost)

LÖPÜ                                           above, on top of

LÖSTANÖN                                  to  stand  up

LÖSTROGENIN                             oestrogen  (drug)

LÖTIRÖN                                      to pull up

LÖÜKÖN                                      to raise up

LOVEMELIK                                 overseas

LOVESTÜRÖN                              to pass on

LÖVIK                                          low (= height)

LUÄG                                           a  harebell

LUBEGAN                                    a beggar

LUBEL                                         a hill

LUCÄD                                         snobbery

LUDIVODIK                                  addictive

LUDOMIL                                     a hut

LUDRAMATIK                              sensational

LUDRINÖN                                   to booze

LUEG                                           a lung

LUEGAFLAMAT                           pneumonia

LUF                                              windward side (nautical)

LUFAT                                         a stepfather

LUFLAD                                       a jug

LUFUT                                         a paw

LUFÜMIK                                     vague

LUG                                             a lie

LUGAN                                         a liar

LUGÖN                                         to lie

LUKAGAM                                   malicious gossip

LUKRÜT                                       (bad) criticism

LUHARAT                                    a slum

LUHÄT                                         a cap (= headgear)

LUIB                                            a wheel

LUIBAMEKAN                              a wheelwright

LUIBARIF                                     a tyre

LUIMIK                                        wet

LUIMIKÖN                                    to get wet

LUIMÖF                                       humidity, moisture

LUIMÖN                                       to be moist/wet

LUIMÜLIK                                    damp

LUKÄFIK                                      cunning, sly

LUKOMUNIK                                vulgar

LUKÖNÄDAMON                          loose  change

LUMAN                                        a scoundrel

LUMESED                                    a gratuity, a tip

LUKOFIKO                                   mockingly,  sneeringly

LUKRED                                       superstition

LUKÜNIK                                     foolhardy

LUL                                              five

LULAK                                         a pond

LULIT                                           poor light, twilight

LUM                                             an elm (tree)

LUMAGIFIK                                  garish, pompous

LUMAN                                        a  wretch

LUMARAT                                    (the) rat race

LUMÄGIK                                    haggard

LUMOT                                        a stepmother

LUNÄDIK                                      oblong

LUNET                                         longitude

LUNID                                          a glimmer (= weak light); shimmer

LUNIDILÖN                                  (to) shimmer

LUNIK                                          long

LUNOFÖN                                    to abuse, to revile        

LUNOTIK                                      long (= measure) (lunotik mö mets

                                                      kil = three metres long)

LUNÜKÖN                                    to lengthen

LUP                                              a wolf

LUPANAR                                    a brothel

LUPARATÜL                                a gadget

LUPENED                                     spam  (computer)        

LUPLEIDIK                                   conceited, vain

LUPÖP                                         a mob, a rabble

LUPREDIK                                    unctuous

LUROSIN                                      a currant

LUSLUGÖN                                  to swallow up

LUSMEL                                       a stench

LUSMELÖN (ÄS)                           (to) stink (of)

LUSMILILÖN                                (to) grin

LUSOG                                         a gang

LUSPET                                        an illusion

LUSPIKÖN (DÖ)                            to chatter, to gossip (about)

LUSTÄN                                       a pennant

LUSTEBEDÖN                              to miss (= neglect)

LUSTIGÄDAN                               a ringleader, a trouble-maker

LUSTOG                                       a ankle-sock

LUSÜT                                         an alley, a lane (= in town)

LUT                                              air

·       in lut lardik  =  in the open air

LUTAM                                        ventilation

LUTAMAFONÄD                           a ventilation shaft

LUTALÖK                                     an airlock

LUTAPED                                     air pressure

LUTAPOF                                     an airport

LUTAPOT                                     airmail

LUTEM                                         (the)  atmosphere

LUTEDAN                                     a  hawker

LUTOF                                         a blob

LUTOFAD                                     gossamer

LUTONODÖM                               a siren

LUUK                                           an ulcer

LUVAB                                         a  cart

LUVEG                                         a lane, a path (= in the country)

LUVEMIK                                     stark

LUVERAT                                     likelihood

LUVERATIK                                 probable

LUVOKÄD                                    a cry, a shout

LUVOKÄDÖN                               to cry out, to scream, to yell      

LUXAMÖN                                   to glance through

LUYAL                                         a corridor

LUYÖN                                         to moo (like a cow)

LÜ                                                to, toward(s)

LÜ-                                               -in-law

                                                    (lüfat, lümot = father-in-law, mother-in-law)

LÜÄL                                           a (mental) attitude

LÜÄT                                           uvula

LÜBÄT                                         attraction (in particular)

LÜBÄTIK                                      tempting

LÜD                                             wrestling

LÜDÖN (TA)                                 (to) cope with

LÜFAT                                         a father-in-law

LÜG                                             sadness

LÜGADRAMAT                             a tragedy

LÜGIK                                          doleful, sad, sorry

LÜIKÖN (LÜ)                                (to) reach out;  (to) stretch out

LÜGOLOVIK                                 accessible

LÜJONIL                                       an allusion                

LÜKAN                                         a spy

LÜKONFIDÖN                               to entrust

LÜKÖLO                                       furtively

LÜKÖM                                        an arrival

LÜKÖMAN                                   a  new  arrival   (person)

LÜKÖMÖN (LÜ)                            to arrive (at)

LÜKÖMÖP                                    a destination

LÜKÖN                                         to spy on, to watch

LÜL                                              an owl

LÜLENÜKÖN                                to stretch out

LÜLOGAN                                    an onlooker, a spectator

LÜLOGANEF                                an audience (of members of the public)

LÜLOGED                                     a  sight,  a  spectacle

LÜLOGEDÄL                                an aspect

LÜLOGÖN                                    to watch

LÜMÄT                                        a match (for lighting)

LÜMF                                           lymph (gland)

LÜMPIAD                                     Olympiad

LÜNAVAN                                    an optician

LÜNÄT                                         (a pair of) spectacles

LÜOD                                           trend

LÜODÄL                                       counselling, guidance

LÜODÜKÖN                                  to direct, to guide

                                                    to turn (one’s face, oneself) away = molüodükön

                                                    to conentrate on = lüodükön tikis äl

LÜRIG(IK)                                     lyric(al)

LÜSMILILÖN (LÜ)                        to smile at

LÜSPIKAVÖD                               a form of address

LÜTIRÖN                                      (to) attract

LÜSTRID                                      a hedgehog

LÜSUMÖN                                    to accept, to acknowledge

LÜT                                              a lute

LÜTRAVIOLÄTIK                          ultraviolet

LÜÜKÖN                                      to add (to), to attach

LÜVÖN                                         to desert, to leave        

LÜXÜÖD                                      a luxury

LÜYÜMOD                                   a determinative



MAALGAM                                   an amalgamation

MAAT                                          a mast

MAÄ                                            as  (= in proportion)

MABAR                                        amber

MABOIN                                       marble (substance)

MADIK                                         mature, ripe

MAETÜT                                      amethyst

MAF                                             a measure

MAFÄDÜ                                      for, in relation to...

MAFIB                                         an amphibion

MAFIDÖN                                     to try on (clothes)

MAFOT                                        a size (shoe, glove);  a dimension (general)

MAFÖN                                        to measure

MAG                                            a  likeness,  a  representation

MAGAD                                        a shop, a store

MAGAPENÄT                               hieroglyphics, pictography

MAGODEM                                   a movie

MAGÄD                                        an impression

                                                    *   magädi (gudik/negudik) getön = to impress

MAGÄDABIK                                impressive

MAGÄL                                        fantasy, imagination 

MAGÄLIK                                     fantastic

MAGÄLOD                                   a mirage

MAGÄLÖN                                   to imagine

MAGED                                        an appearance, build (of person);   a form; a                      phenomenon

MAGET                                        a style (clothing)

MAGIF                                         splendour, wonder

MAGIFIK                                      splendid, wonderful

MAGITAN                                     a magistrate

MAGIVAL                                     a wizard

MAGIVAN                                    a magician

MAGIVÖN                                    to practise magic

MAGNET                                      a magnet

MAGNOL                                      a  magnolia  (tree)

MAGOD                                        a picture

MAGODAKAD                              a picture card

MAGODAKASÄT                          a  video  cassette

MAGODATANIL                            a video tape

MAGODEMÖP                              gallery (of computer images)

MAGODEMAKÄM                        a video camera 

MAGODISUMODÖN                      a video recorder

MAGOT(IL)                                   a  statu(ette)

MAGOVIK                                    imaginable

MAGÖN                                        (to) depict

MAGUL                                        a representation, a reproduction

                                                    * magulön oki su . . . = to model oneself on . . .

MAHUN                                        mahogany (wood)

MAIFIKÖN                                    to open (intransitive)

MAIFOD                                       a gap, an opening

MAIFÜKÖN                                  to open (transitive)

MAIKÖTÖN                                  to cut open

MAIPADÖN                                  to open a book

MAIT                                            maize (= cereal)

MAJÖ!                                          quick march!

MAKET                                        a market

MAKRON                                     macaroni

MAKRORIN                                  an elephant seal

MAL                                             a mark, a sign

MALAMANÄTÄPRET                    sign language (for the deaf)

MALAR                                        malaria

MALÄD                                        a disease, an illness

MALÄDAN                                   a patient

MALÄDANIVABED                       an  ambulance

MALÄDANÖP                               a hospital, an infirmary

MALÄDIK                                     ill

MALÄDIKÖN                                to become ill, to fall ill

MALEDITILÖ!                               blow it!  damn it!

MALEDITÖN                                 to curse

MALEKÖN                                    to march

MALEOL                                      a knuckle

MALET                                         a signal

MALETALIT                                 a traffic light

MALETAMATÜM                          a lighthouse

MALOD                                        an adjunct  (grammar)

MALT                                           malt

MALUV                                        a  mallow

MAN                                            a man

MANDOLIN                                  a mandolin

MANID                                         mania

MANIDAN                                    a crank

MANIK                                         male

MANÖV                                        a manoeuvre

MAP                                             a file, a folder, a portfolio

MARAT                                        a marathon  (= race)

MARÄD                                        a marsh

MARÄDÜKAM                              swamping

MARÄDÜKÖN                              to swamp

MARD                                          Mars

MARENIK                                     naval

MARGARIN                                  margarine

MART                                          a  weasel

MARTÜRAN                                 a martyr

MASADACEM                              an attic, a garret

MASAPEN                                    marzipan

MASAT                                        a mass  (= great quantity)

MASET                                         a massage

MASETAN                                    a masseur

MASKAGUMOD                            chewing-gum

MASKAR                                      a mask

MASKÖN                                      to chew, to masticate

MASTAN                                      a master

MASTÖN                                      to rule

MASTURBAT                               masturbation

MASTÜKÖN (OKI DÖ)                   to master, to make oneself the master of

MAT                                             marriage

MATABLIM                                  (wedding)  trousseau

MATAN                                        a husband or a wife

MATEDADEL                                a (wedding) anniversary

MATEDATÄV                               a honeymoon

MATEMATAN                               a mathematician

MATER                                        (basic) material

MATIKÖN (KO)                             to get married (to), to marry. to wed

MATIOL                                       a stock-gilliflower, a wallflower

MATIRAJAN                                 a betrothal, an engagement

MATITEIL                                     a divorce

MATITEILÖN                                to divorce

MATRAD                                      a mattress

MATROD                                      a sailor

MATÜKÖN                                   to marry, to wed

MAULÄT                                      an amulet, a charm

MAXÜL                                        a jaw

MÄYONÄD                                   mayonnaise (garnish)

MAYUL                                        May

MAXÜL                                        a jaw

MÄDÖN                                        to upholster

MÄGIK                                         lean (= not fat(ty); slim, thin

MÄK                                            a mark, sign, trait

MÄKÖN                                        to (make a) mark

MÄKUN                                        opium

MÄL                                             six

MÄNED                                        a mantle, an overcoat

MÄNIOTÖN                                  to mention

MÄNIOTÜL                                   an allusion, a remark

MÄNSIDIK                                    thin (of hair)

MÄNT                                          mint

MÄPET                                         violence

MÄPLAT                                      a plaster (medical)

MÄPÜDIK                                     cheeky, impudent, insolent

MÄR                                            a  fairy tale

MÄRALÄN                                   fairyland

MÄRKURIN                                  mercury (substance)

MÄSÄD                                        Mass (R.C. Church)

MÄSPIL                                        a  medlar  (tree)

MÄT                                             competitiveness

MÄTED                                        competition

MÄTEDAN                                    competitor     

MÄTEDÖN (KO)                            to compete (with)

MÄTÖP                                        an arena

MÄYONÄD                                   Mayonnaise (garnish)

MÄYORAM                                  marjoram

MÄYÖN                                        to bleat (like a sheep)

MÄYÜLÖN                                   (to) bleat (like a lamb)

MÄZUL                                        March

ME                                               by means of, with

MEB                                             a recollection

MEBAMAL                                   a monument

MEBOT                                        a souvenir

MEBÖN                                        to recall                                             

MED                                             a means (to an end)

MEDIN                                         a medecine, a remedy  

MEDITÖN                                     to ponder

MEDUL                                        spinal cord

MEDIUMAN                                  medium (spiritualism)

MEDÜ                                          by means of...

MEGÖN                                        to splash about

MEIB                                            a reminder

MEIKÖN                                       to lay (railway line), to lay out (a garden)

MEIN                                            mining

MEINÄD                                       a mine

MEKAVAMEN                              a robot

MEKAVIK                                     artificial

MEKÖN                                        to do, to make

MEL                                             a sea

MELADOG                                    a seal

(MELA)FIL                                    a beacon

MELAGEILOT                               sea level

MELAJETET                                 a pier

MELAKÄV                                    a wharf

MELAMALÄD                               seasickness

MELAN                                        a sailor         

MELAPON                                    a pier

MELARAVAN                               a  pirate

MELARAKET                                a torpedo

MELAROVÖP                               (sea) straits

MELASPATAVEG                         a  promenade

MELASÜT                                    a strait (geographical)

MELAT                                         molasses, treacle

MELATÄV                                    (sea) voyage

MELOD                                        a melody

MELUN                                        a melon

MEM                                            memory

MEMIDÖN                                    to memorize

MEMOT                                        a memory

MEMOSEVÖN                               to recognize

MEMÖN                                       to remember

MEN                                             man (= a human being)

MENABIDÄD                                man (= human species)

MENÄD                                        an age  (= generation)

MENAMÖDOT                              a crowd, a multitude

MENEF                                         mankind

MENEN                                        meninges

MENIK                                         human

MENOD                                        a (general) improvement

MENODOT                                    an upgrade

MENS                                           people (= in general)

MERITÖN                                     to earn, to merit          

MERUL                                        a blackbird

MESED                                         a (financial) reward, a salary, a wage

MESEDIK                                     rewarding

METAL                                         a metal

METAFÜD                                    metaphysics

METOD                                        a method

METÖF                                         (the) metric system

METÖFAV                                    metrology

MEUG                                          an opinion, an outlook, a point of view

MEUGIJON                                   a demonstration

MEV                                             a seagull

MIBÖNÖN                                    to envy

MID                                              (human) flesh

MIDIN                                          absurdity

MIDUN                                         a crimw, a misdeed

MIDUNÖN                                    to commit a crime

MIDUNOTIDUNO                          in the (very) act          

MIED                                            a boundary, a limit

MIEDALIEN                                  a side  (maths)

MIEDETÖN                                   to define (= bounds/limits)

MIEDÖFÜKAM                             restriction

MIEDÜKAM                                  parameter

MIEDÜKÖN                                  to hem in, to restrict    

MIEL                                            honey

MIELAVIN                                    mead

MIFOMIK                                     disfigured

MIFÄT                                          a catastrophe              

MIFÄTAN                                     a malefactor

MIFÄTIK                                      catastrophic

MIGACIN                                      a mixer

MIGEB                                         abuse, misuse

MIGÄD                                         a mixture

MIGÖM                                        a blender, a mixer

MIGÖN                                         to mix

MIJENOT                                      an accident

MIKEB                                         a weed

MIKONDÖTAN                              a good-for-nothing, a scoundrel

MIKÖMIK                                     unwelcome

MIKRODAGRUFILASIRKOT          a  long-playing  record   (an  LP)

MIKROFON                                  a microphone

MIKROVEF                                   a microwave

MIKROVEFAFURNOD                   a microwave oven

MIL                                              a thousand

MILAG                                         a miracle

MILIG                                           milk

MILIGANÖGED                             custard

MILIGATUT                                  milk tooth

MILIGÖP                                      a dairy

MILIT                                           an army

MILITIK                                        military

MILMET                                       a kilometre

MIMALALOGED                           an omen

MIMALIK                                     ominous

MIMEUG                                      hostility

MIN                                              a mineral

MINAVAT                                     mineral water

MINILUDIK                                   suspicious

MINIMILEM                                  vermin (= as a category)

MINISTER                                    a ministry ( =government department)

MINISTERAN                                a minister (political)

MINISTERÖP                                a (government) ministry (= building)

MINT                                            mint (herb)

MINUM                                        a minimum

MINUT                                         a minute

MIOPIK                                        short-sighted

MIOT                                            a mess. pollution

MIOTAJELÖM                               a mudguard

MIOTIK                                        dirty, foul, polluted

MIOTÖN                                       to soil

MIOTÜKAM                                  (general) pollution

MIOTÜKÖN                                  to pollute

MIOVÖN                                       to meow

MISEK                                          a fiasco

MISEKIM                                      defeatism

MISERIK                                      wretched

MISMELÖN                                  to stink                                                                                 

MISTAD                                       a predicament

MISTOM                                       a thunderstorm

MISTOMÜL                                  a  squall

MISUL                                          measles

MISUR                                         a beat, a measure

MIT                                              meat

MITEODAV                                   mythology

MITICÖPAN                                  a butcher

MITICÖPÖP                                  a butcher's shop

MITUL                                          mutilation

MIVEDÖN                                     (to0 degenerate

MIVEG                                         a trespass

MIVIM                                          bad humour, a bad mood  

                                                    * mivimiko – in a bad mood

MO                                               away   (mo e ge = backwards + forwards)

MOÄDÖN                                     to elide,  omit

MOB                                            a suggestion

MOBÖN                                       to propose, to suggest  

MOBÜ                                          at the suggestion of

MOD                                            a manner, a means, a way

                                                    * ön mod seimik = somehow

MODUGÖN                                   to abduct

MODUN                                        destruction

MOELÄT                                      an omelette

MOFIAN                                       gear box

MOFÖM                                       gear lever

MOFÖN                                        to drive, impel (= both people and animals)

MOFUGÖN (DE)                            to escape, to run away (from)    

MOGOLÖN                                   to go away

MOIKÖN                                       to go by, to have happened

·       Ya emoikos! = we’ve missed it!  (occurrence)

MOJEDÖN                                    to discard

MOJÜTÖN                                    to go through  (to dispose of one after another) MOLÄDIK             gentle, tender

MOLIK                                         soft

MOMOFÖN                                   to  expel, drive  away,  repel

MON                                            money

MONALAYET                               a (shop) till

MONAPOKÜL                               a wallet

MONAPÖNOD                               a (monetary) fine/penalty

MONEM                                       a fortune

MONIGETOT                                 a (monetary) tribute

MONIT                                         a ride (= on an animal)

MONITANAMAGOT                      a statue mounted on horseback

MONITÖN                                     to ride (an animal)

MOSAIG                                       a mosaic

MOST                                           a  monster

MOSTÖFIK                                   atrocious, monstrous

MOSUMÖN                                   to take away

MOT                                             a mother

MOTÄVÖN (DE)                            to depart (from), to leave

MOTED                                        a birth

MOTEDADEL                                a birthday, date of birth

MOTEDALÄN                               land of one's birth, native land

MOTEDÖP                                    place of birth

MOTÖN                                        to give birth to

MOTOR                                        an engine, a motor      

MOTORANIBUD                           a bus, a coach

MOTORASAIKUL                          a motor-cycle

MOTORASAIKÜL                          a moped

MOTORAVAB                               an automobile, a car

MOÜKÖN                                     to eliminate, to get rid of, to take away

                                                    * moükön ko tovül jotas

MÖ                                               by (=indicating quantity)

MÖBEM                                       (a suite of) furniture

MÖDADILO                                  mostly

MÖDAGODIM                               polytheism

MÖDAKÖLIK                                multi-coloured

MÖDAVÖG                                   polyphony (music)

MÖDIK                                         many, much

MÖDIKUM                                    more,  several

                                                    *  mödo mödikumo = much more

MÖDO                                          a great deal

MÖDOT                                        a  number/quantity/amount

MÖDÜKUMAM                             proliferation

MÖGABID                                    subjunctive mood (grammar)

MÖGÄDO                                     eventually

MÖGIK                                         possible

                                                    * as much (many)as possible = mögiküno

MÖGOD                                        a chance, a possibility, potential

MÖGOV                                        a coverage area  (as in radio/TV)

MÖGÖN                                        to be possible (mögos, das..= it may be that)

MÖKOT                                        a (medical) preparation

MÖKÖN (OKI)                               to prepare (oneself)

MÖN                                            an (outside) wall

MÖSKÖD                                      musk

MÖV                                            a seagull

MU                                               extremely, most

MUAD                                          amusement, entertainment

MUADALÄNED                             a fairground   

MUADIK                                       amusing, entertaining

MUADÖN                                     to amuse, to entertain

MUAMÜKÖN                                (to) overpower, overwhelm

MUD                                            a mouth


MUDEL                                        Monday

MUDOT                                        a mouthpiece

MUF                                             a movement

MUFAVAN                                   a mechanic

MUFÄTÖN                                    to flit

MUFOVÜKÖN                               to  loosen

MUFÖN (ÄS)                                 to move (like)

MUFÜKIAN                                  a motor (device/machine)

MUFÜKÖN                                   to instigate, to set in motion, to start off, to turn          over (car engine);

                                                    *  mufükön mäpetiko flitämis  =  to flap wings

MUFÜLIK                                     unsteady

MUFÜLÖN                                    to wobble, to waddle

MUG                                            a mouse

·       mugaparat  =  a (computer) mouse

MUIF                                            restlessness, uneasiness, worry

MUIFÖN                                       to be uneasy/restless, to worry

MUIFIK                                        ill at ease

MUIFÜKÖN                                  to (cause to) worry

MUIK                                           most

MUIKOS                                         (the) maximum                                                           *  muiko = to the maximum

MUL                                             a month

MULUD                                        a mule

MUN                                            (a/the) moon (fulamun = a full moon)

MUNÄD                                        a satellite (= the moon(s)

MU NILÜ...                                   next to...

MU PATO                                     above all

MURB                                          a blackberry

MURIK                                         sullen

MURÖN                                        to growl (of dog); (to) grumble

MURÜLÖN                                   to  mumble

MUSAK                                        a (domestic) fly

MUSED                                        a museum

MUSIG                                         music

MUSIGABOG                                a music box

MUSIGALEF                                 an orchestra

MUSIGAN                                     a musician

MUSIGÖM                                    a (musical) instrument

MUSK                                          moss

MUSKAT                                      a nutmeg

MUSKÄN                                      (the) tundra

MUSKÄTAN                                 a musketeer

MUSKIT                                       a mosquito

MUSKITIL                                    a gnat

MUSKUL                                      a muscle

MUSOF                                        Muse

MUSTAG                                      a moustache

MUTAR                                        mustard

MUTÖN (+ INFIN)                         to have to (= must)

·       I should have done it = Emutob dunön osi.

·       I ought to have been praised = Imutoböv palobön

MÜÄTIK                                       dumb, silent

MÜDAPALAT                               soft palate

MÜDIK                                         soft,    tender (= not hard/tough)

MÜEDÖN (DUB)                            to divide (by)  (maths)

MÜFÖN                                        to move, to shift

MÜGÄT                                        a  lily of the valley

MÜGDAL                                      an almond

MÜKIK                                         humble

MÜKÜKÖN  (OKI)                         to   humble  (oneself)

MÜP                                             a vaccination

MÜPÖN                                        to vaccinate

MÜRÖN                                        to murmur, to mutter

MÜSTER                                      a mystery

MÜSTERAV                                  mysticism

MÜTIK                                         obligatory

MÜTÖN                                        to compel, to force      

MÜUL                                          a mussel (seafood)

MUÜKÖN                                     (to) overpower








NAARGID                                    anarchy

NAATOM                                      anatomy

NAÄTÜ                                         to the power of ... (maths)

NABALENIK                                 close-fitting, tight

NABIK                                          narrow, tight

NABÖFIK                                     concise

NABÖFODÖNUAM                        a résumé, a summary

NAD                                             a needle

NADASTEIG                                 a pinprick

NADIV                                          an endive

NAED                                           a time (= once, twice, etc)

NAEDAM                                      multiplication (maths)

NAEDILO                                      just, simply

NAEDOT                                       a product (= an end result) (maths)

NAEDÖN                                      to multiply (maths)

NAEMUN                                      an anemone

NAF                                             a ship, a vessel

(NAFA)FENÄTIL                           a porthole

NAFANEF                                     a crew (of ship)

NAFASKRUB                                a propeller

NAFÄDOT                                    flotsam, wreckage

NAFEM                                        fleet, navy

NAG                                             a barge

NAIDALEÜL                                 aniseed oil

NAIDALIKÖR                                anisette (liqueur)

NAILON                                        nylon  (fabric)

NAJOV                                         an anchovy

NAK                                             an anchor

NAKAR                                        mother-of-pearl

NAKLÜM                                      an  anvil

NAM                                            a hand

NAMABUK(IL)                              a handbook

NAMABÜOSAG                            palmistry

NAMAFRENÖM                            a handbrake

NAMAGLÖPÄD                             handball (game)

NAMAKEV                                   palm (of the hand)

NAMANAMO                                hand in hand

NAMAPENÄD                               a manuscript

NAMAPLAG                                 chiropractic

NAMAPLAGAN                             a chiropractor

NAMET                                        a handful

NAMETO                                      (by the) handful

NANAD                                        a pineapple

NARD                                           valerian  (flower)

NARKOT                                      an anaesthetic 

NARZID                                        a daffodil, narcissus

NAT                                             nature

NATÄDIK                                     wild

NATÄDÖP                                    a waste, a wilderness

NATÄL                                         nature (= temperament)

                                                    * natäl fredaladälik = good humour

NATED                                         open country

NATEM                                        breath

                                                    (stöpön natemi oka = to hold one3’s breath)

NATEMAM                                   breathing

NATEMASITOT                             respiratory system

NATEMIBERAVÖL                        breathtaking

NATEMÖN                                    to breathe

NATIK                                          natural (= relating to nature)

NATIVESTIGAN                            a naturalist

NATÖFIK                                      natural (= relating to skill/temperament)

NATRINAKARBATAZÜD TELIK    bicarbonate of soda

NAUD                                           disgust

NAUDODIK                                   sickened, sickening

NAUDÖN                                      to sicken

NAÜTIK                                        boring, tedious, tiring

NAÜTÖN                                      to bore, to tire out       

NAVÄT                                         a turnip

NÄEDAM                                      subtraction (maths)

NÄEDÖN                                      to subtract (maths)

NÄFÄTÖN                                    to infect

NÄG                                             a  stitch

NÄGACIN                                     a sewing machine

NÄGÄR                                        a negro

NÄGÖN                                        to sew

NÄIÄDIK                                      adjoining

NÄIBUMOT                                  a (building) extension

NÄIJENOT                                    an  episode  (in  book,  film,  radio,  TV)

NÄILUSÜT                                    a side alley

NÄIO                                            incidentally

NÄISINIF                                      a connotation, a secondary meaning

NÄISÜT                                        a sidestreet, a turning

NÄM                                            force

NÄMÄD                                        power

NÄMÄDAN                                   a potentate

NÄMÄDIÄLIM                              imperialism

NÄMÄT                                        authority

NÄMED                                        strength

NÄMET                                        energy

NÄMETÜKÖN                               to charge (electrically)

NÄMIK                                         strong

NÄMÖFIKO                                  energetically

NÄMÜKÖN (TONODI)                   to turn up (the volume)  (radio, etc)

NÄN                                             a dwarf

NÄNÜKÖN                                    (to) dwarf                                                                               

NÄRVODIK                                   nervy, jittery, jumpy. on edge

NÄTÄPRETAN                              an interpreter

NÄSÄK                                         an insect

NÄSTÜLÖN (LEN)                         to nestle (up to)

NÄTÄPRETAN                              an interpreter

NÄTIK                                          intact, unimpaired

NÄTIMIK                                      intimate

NÄTÜKAM                                   maintenance,  repairs

NÄTÜKÖN                                    to mend, to repair

NÄZÜM                                        an enzyme

NEAI                                            never

NEBEN                                         decadence

NEBENÄL                                     ill-will

NEBEPENOVIK                             indescribable

NEBLIMÖN                                   (to) dismantle

NEBÖNÖN                                    to covet, to envy

NEBUÄD                                      a disadvantage

NECALIKÖN (DE/SE)                    to retire (from)

NEDABINOTIK                              abstract

NEDALESTIMIK                            disrespectful

NEDANÖFIK                                 ungrateful

NEDÄLÄL                                     intransigence

NEDEADÖFIK                               immortal

NEDEMÖN                                    to neglect

NEDETIK                                      left-hand

NEDIBÄD                                     shallows

NEDIGÖFIK                                  unworthy

NEDINITIK                                    unworthy

NEDISTIDIK                                  indistinguishable

NEDISTUKOVIK                            indestructible

NEDÖB                                         innocence

NEDÖBIK                                     innocent

NEDÖN (+ INFIN)                          to need

NEDUMIK                                     bright,  light  (sound)

NEDUNÖN                                    to neglect, to omit, to miss

NEF (HI-/JI-)                                  a nephew/a niece

NEFÄDO                                       on purpose

NEFÄGÖFAN                                an invalid

NEFÄKÖF                                     apathy

NEFIEDIK                                     unfaithful

NEFIENÖFIK                                 unprofitable

NEFIKULIKO GEBOVIK                  user-friendly

NEFLAGIÄLIK                              modest, undemanding

NEFLEN                                       an enemy

NEFLENAM                                  enmity

NEFLIFEDIK                                 old, second-hand

                                                    second-hand bookshop = selidöp neflifedabukas

NEFLUKÜKÖN                              to sterilise

NEFOMÄLOVIK                            unimaginable

NEFÖLOT                                     an  offence

NEFÖLÖN                                     to  neglect

NEFÖRO                                       never

NEFREDIK                                    disgruntled

NEFRUTIK                                    useless

NEFÜM                                        uncertainty                                                                            

NEFÜMÄLÖN                               to  procrastinate

NEFÜMIK                                     indefinite, uncertain

NEFÜMÜKIKÜN                            indefinable

NEGAT                                         negativity

NEGIDETÜKÖN                             to prove wrong

NEGIDIK                                       unfair, unjust

NEGÖNO                                      unfavourably

NEIF                                             a knife

NEIT                                             a night

NEITAPAB                                    a moth

NEITARAMARIL                           a (bedside) cabinet

NEITASKAL                                  a chamber-pot

NEJAPIK                                       blunt

NEJAFOVIK                                  inexhaustible

NEJÄFIDÖN                                  (to) break down (vehicles)

NEJERIK                                       cheap

NEJÖNIK                                      ugly

NEKALKULOVIK                          incalculable, uncountable

NEKÄLÖFIK                                 casual

NEKÄLÖN                                    to neglect

NEKLINOT                                    an  impurity

NEKOM                                        absence

·       senobs nekomi ofa  =  we miss her.

NEKOVENIK                                 uncomfortable

NEKOVENIÄLIK                            inconvenient

NEKÖSÖMIK                                extraordinary

NEKÖSÖMIKO                              extraordinarily

NEKREDOVIK                               incredible, unbelievable

NEKVÄNOVIK                              unquenchable; unrelenting

NELAB                                         privation

NELABÖN (BOSI)                          not to have, to be missing, to be without

NELABÜKÖN (EKE BOSI)             to deprive (someone of something)

NELAIDIK                                     changeable (of weather, etc), gradual

NELAVARIK                                 generous

NELÄB                                         adversity

NELÄBIK                                      unfortunate, unhappy

NELABÜKÖN (EKE BOSI)             (to) deprive someone of something

NELEFREDIK                                sombre

NELEGIK                                      fictitious

NELEIGIK                                     unequal

NELEIGODOVIK                            incomparable

NELELILOVIK                               inaudible

NELEOD                                       disorder

NELEODIK                                    untidy

NELETIAN                                    an obstacle

NELETÖN                                     to deny, to hinder,  to prevent

NELOGAMOVIK                            invisible

NELOGÄDÖF                                invisibility

NELOGÄDIKÖN                            to  disappear

NELOGÄDÜKÖN                           to  make  disappear

NELONIK                                      illegal

NELOVEDUTOVIK                        inalienable

NELÖNEDANS                              (the) unsuitable (people)

NELUF                                         lee-side (nautical)

NELUVERATIK                             improbable

NEMEDIKO                                   directly, immediately

NEMU                                          at least

NEMÜTOVIK                                without constraint

NENATIK                                      unnatural

NENÄTÖF                                     immunity (medical)

NENIFLAT                                    deflation

NEM                                             a name

NEMAPENÄT                                a signature

NEMEDIK                                     direct, immediate

NEMISEVABIK                             unmistakeable

NEMÖDIK                                     few, not a lot, not much, not many

NEMÖDO                                      few, little, not a lot

NEMÖDÜKÖN                               to abate, to reduce

NEMÖG                                        impossibility

NEMÖGIK                                     impossible

NEMU                                          at least

NEMUIKOS                                   (a/the) very least

NEMUIKÜN                                  minimum

NEMÜ                                          on behalf of

NEMÜTIK                                     optional

NEN                                             without

NENÄMIK                                     powerless

NENÄMÜKAM                              exhaustion

NENÄMÜKÖN                               to unnerve

NENBUKO                                    by  heart

NENDANIK                                   ungrateful

NENDÄMIK                                  innocent

NENDÄMOVIK                              harmless

NENDEMÜ                                    regardless of

NENDÖFIK                                   perfect

NENFINAM                                   infinity

NENLEIGODOVIK                         incomparable

NENLEKREDAN                            an atheist

NENFINO                                      endlessly

NENEFÖLOTIK                             guiltless, innocent

NENITEDÄLIKO                            uninterestedly

NENKUDO                                    carefree, happy-go-lucky

NENKURAD                                  depression

NENMUFIK                                   immobile

NENMÜTIG                                   free and easy;  unconstrained

NENNOTODIKO                            expressionless

NENOMOT                                    anomaly, irregularity

NENPLÄOTO                                invariably, without exception

NENROPIK                                   continuous, unbroken, uninterrupted

NENSAMIK                                   unheard of, without precedent

NENSEKIKO                                 in vain, unsuccessfully

NENSIN                                        innocence, sinlessness

NENSLIP                                      insomnia

NENSLIPAN                                  an insomniac

NENSTABÖFIK                             unfathamomable

NENSÜENIK                                 piffling,  trifling

NENTONIK                                   hushed

NENTRUF                                     no trumps (card games)

NENUMOVIK                                countless

NENVILIKO                                  instinctively

NENVOB                                      unemployment

NENVOBIK                                   out of work, unemployed

NENVÖLADAN                             a good-for-nothing

NENZEDIKO                                 incessantly

NENZOGO                                    without delay, urgently

NEOD                                           a need, a requirement, a want

NEODIK                                        needy

NEODÖN                                      to need, to require, to want

NEODÜL                                       frustration

NEONIN                                        neon

NEPEVUNÖL                                unscathed

NEPLIDÖN                                    to displease

NEPLITIK                                     disagreeable, unpleasing

NEPLU                                         less (not more)

NEPLUAMANUM                          a minority

NEPLUIK                                      less (not more)

NEPLUIKAM                                 a decrease, a fall, a reduction

NEPLUÜKÖN                                to diminish

NEPLÜTIK                                    impolite, rude

NEPLÜTÜLIK                                naughty

NEPÖTÖFIK                                  unsuitable

NEPUBÖN                                    to  disappear

NEPUED                                       indecency, immodesty

NES                                              without (+ infinitive)

NESAVOVIK                                 irretrievable

NESEIMO                                     nowhere

NESEV                                         ignorance

NESEVÄDAN                                a stranger

NESEVÄDIK                                 anonymous, unknown

NESEVÄLÖFIK                             unconscious

NESIÄDIK                                     abstract

NESIÄM                                       nonsense

NESIÄMIK                                    nonsensical

NESKIL                                        awkwardness

NESNATIK                                    dishonest

NESPALIK                                    lavish, overwhelming,  unsparing

NESPÄLÖN                                   to spend, to waste (= cash/food)

NESPELÖF                                   hopelessness

NESTIPÖFIKO                               absolutely

NESTIROVIK                                out of control

NEPESTÖPÄDÖL                          undeterred

NESTÖNIK                                    immoderate

NESTÜMIKO                                 contemptuously

NESTÜMÖN                                  to despise

NESUDEL                                     a weekday

NESUEM                                      incomprehension

NESUEMOVIK                              incomprehensible, inconceivable

NESUFÄD                                     impatience

NESUFÄL                                     intolerance

NESUFOVIK                                 unbearable

NESÜDÖFIK                                 immoral

NESÜENIK                                    rash

NET                                              a nation

NETASOGÄDIM                            National Socialism (= Naziism)

NETÄT                                         a nationality

NETEFIK                                      irrelevant

NETEILOVIK                                 inseparable

NETIK                                          national

NETIKAVIK                                  illogical

NETIMIK                                      nationalistic

NETRÄITÖFIK                              incorrigible

NEUMATIK                                   wheezy

NEÜF                                           a nymph

NEV                                             a nerve

NEVERATÖN                                to be wrong (= incorrect)

NEVASITOT                                  the  nervous  system

NEVASIÜL                                    a motor neuron

NEVED                                         unmaking

NEVERÄTIK                                 incorrect, wrong

NEVIFIK                                       slow

NEVIKODOVIK                             insuperable,  unconquerable

NEVILÄL                                      languor

NEVILO                                        grudgingly

NEVIODIK                                    unspoilt

NEVIPABIK                                  undesirable

NEVITOVIKO                                inevitably

NEVITOVÖF                                 inevitability

NEVOROVIK                                 hard-wearing

NEXÄNÖN (DE)                            to degenerate, to descend, to get down (from)

NI...NI                                          neither...nor

NIBLIT                                         underpants

NIBOTEL                                      a confectioner, a pastry-cook

NIBUD                                          a bus

NICÄST                                        incest

NIDAIN                                         a brilliant (cut diamond)

NIDETATATAKAN                        an inside right (= football)

NID                                              a lustre

NIDIK                                           brilliant

NIDÖN                                          to flash, shine

NIDUTIAN                                    an inductor

NIDÜLON                                     to shimmer, to sparkle, to twinkle

NIEDIK                                         bright, shining

NIF                                               snow

NIFAKUM                                     a snowdrift

NIFILÜKAM                                  internal  combustion

NIFLAT                                        inflation

NIFÖN                                          to snow

NIFÜP                                          Winter

NIG                                              ink

NIGASKUTIÄR                              ink-jet (computer)

NIGIÄR                                         an ink-pot     

NIGROM                                       necromancy

NIJIT                                            a vest

NIJUÜP                                         a petticoat

NIK                                              a niche, a recess

NIKOTIN                                       nicotine

NILÄD                                          a neighbourhood

NILÄDAN                                     a neighbour

NILÄDIK                                       neighbouring

NILÄN                                          interior  (of country)

NILIKÖN (LÜ)                               to approach, to draw near (to)

NILO                                            close-by

NILUD                                          a notion

NILUDAM                                     a supposition

NILUDO                                        presumably, probably

NILUDÖN                                     to suppose

NILUIBARIF                                 a tyre

NILÜ                                            near

NIM                                              an animal, a creature

NIMAGAD                                    a zoo

NIMED                                         livestock

NIMIKONLET                                a  menagerie

NIMISANAN                                 a veterinary surgeon

NIMÜL                                         a pet

NINÄD                                          contents

NINÄDAPENÄD                            label

NINÄDAMAFÄGIK                        capacity

NINÄDIAN                                    a container

NINÄDIANIL                                 an  insert

NINÄDÖN                                     to contain, to include

NINÄDÜ                                       including

NINÄLÖN                                     to ponder

NINÄM(S)                                     intestine(s)

NINEDIK                                       in-built, intrinsic

NINIÄR                                         a cartridge (for computer,  camera)

                                                    * niganiniär  =  an ink cartridge (for computer)

NINIK                                           internal

NINIKÖN (INI)                               to enter (into)

NINOTIAN                                    implant (medical)

NINÜKÖN                                     to insert

NISUL                                          an island

NITED                                          an interest

NITEDÄLÖN (DÖ/TEFÜ)                to be interested (in/about)                                                         

NITEDIK                                       interesting

NITEDÖN                                      to interest

NIT                                               a staple

NITÖM                                         a stapler

NITRINAKARBATAZÜD TELIK     bicarbonate of soda

NIVÄT                                          a level

NIVER                                          a university

NIYÄK                                          a singlet (clothing)

NIYÖN                                          to neigh (horse)

NO                                               no, not (no plu/no fovo = no longer)

NOAM                                          negation

NOAT                                           a  note  (music)

NOATAPENÄT                              (musical) notation

NOATÄDÖN                                  to  compose  (music)

NOATED                                       (sheet) music

NOBALADÄLIK                            magnanimous

NOBAN                                        a  noble  (=  person)

NOBIK                                          noble

NOBOIN                                       a  precious  stone

NOE ... ABI                                   not only ...  but

NOET                                           a (textual) note/remark

NOFÖN                                         to insult

NOFÜL                                         a catcall

NOFÜLÖN                                    to offend

                                                    (I hope you don’t mind if . . .) = Spelob, das no nofülob oli, das . . .

NOG                                             still, yet (no nog = not yet)

NOGANÜKÖN                               to organize


NOGNA                                        once  again,  once more

NOID                                            a noise

NOIDÜLASNEK                             a  rattlesnake

NOIDÖN                                       to make a noise

NOIK                                            negative        

NOKÖM                                        a (door)-knocker

NOKÖN                                        to knock

NOL                                             knowledge, learning

NOLAMAPATÖF                           discipline (academic, scientific)

NOLAPENOT                                dissertation (university)

NOLAV                                         science

NOLAVAN                                    a scientist

NOLIÄLIK                                     inquisitive

NOLIK                                          erudite, learnéd

NOLÖN                                         to know (= facts)

NOLÜD                                         (the) north

NOLÜDIK                                     northern

NOM                                            a rule (= regulation);  (the) norm (=standard)

NOMAD                                        a nomad

NOMAM                                       normality

NOMIK                                         regular

NOMÄDIK                                    regular

NOMÖFIK                                     regular

NOMÜKAM                                  adjustment

NOMÜKÖN                                   to regulate

NONIK                                          none,  not any

NONIKNA                                     never, no kind of

NOÖN                                           to deny

NOPLU                                         no longer

NOMAM                                       normality

NORMIK                                       vertical

NOS                                             nothing

                                                    * nothing else = nos plu

NOSÜKÖN                                    to cancel, to delete, to destroy

NOTARAN                                    a conveyancer, a notary

NOTED                                         an advertisement, an announcement

NOTEDÖN                                    to advertise

NOTET                                         a detail, an item

NOTIK                                          generally known, public

NOTOD                                         an expression (= facial, in writing)

NOTODÖN                                    to express (thoughts)

NOTÜKÖN                                    to express, to make known

NOVUL                                         November

NOYÖN                                        to drown

NÖ!                                              no!

NÖG                                             an egg

·       nögs pemufilöl  =  scrambled eggs

NÖGAMEAT                                 fallopian tube

NÖT                                             an (edible) nut

NÖTRON                                      a neutron (physics)

NÖYÖN (EKI)                                to drown (someone)

NU                                               now

NUD                                             a nose

NUDAHOG                                    a nostril

NUEL                                           a fingernail, a toenail

NUF                                             a roof

NUFAR                                         a water lily

NUFATÄRAT                                a roof terrace

NUFED                                         a ceiling

NUGAT                                         a nougat

NUGVET                                       an ointment

NULASTONIK                               neolithic

NULÄD                                         novelty

NULÄDIK                                     modern,  up-to-date

NULÄLIK                                      curious, inquisitive

NULÄLIKÖN (DÖ)                         to be curious (about)    

NULÄLÖN (VA)                            to wonder (if/whether)

NULIK                                          new

NULOD                                         am innovation

NULULÖN                                    to renew

NULÜDOT                                    food, nourishment

NULÜDÖN                                    to feed, to nourish, to nurture

                                                    * to breast-feed = blöto nulüdön

NUM                                            number (= an amount)

NUMAT                                        a digit, a figure, a number

NUMATAPLAT                             a dial  (on clock)

NUMATAPLATIL                          a dial (on wristwatch)

NUMATASIRKOT                          a dial (on telephone)

NUMÄDÖN                                   to count

NUMÄT                                        an exponent (maths)

NUMBRIL                                     a  navel

NUMIAN                                       a calculator

NUN                                             a message

                                                    (radiona-/televida.) nunods  =  news on radio/television

NUNAN                                        a messenger,  a summoner

NUNAPENÖN                                to advise, to inform (= in writing)

NUNÄDÖN OKI                             (to) log in (computers)

NUNÄDS                                      data

NUNED                                         a premonition,  warning

NUNEDAPENÄD                           a  warning  (sign)

NUNEDÖN                                    to give notice, to warn

NUNIAN                                       a  computer

NUNOD                                        an account, a report

NUNODAN                                    a reporter

NUNODÖN (TEFÜ)                        to report (about)

NUNÖN                                        to inform

NUNS                                           news

NUT                                             a nod (of the head)

NUTIMIK                                      present (time)

NUTIMO                                       nowadays

NUTÖN                                         to nod agreement

NÜ                                               now that, seeing that, since

NÜBREIK                                     a burglary

NÜBREIKAN                                 a 'professional' burglar

NÜBREIKÖLAN                            an 'opportunist' burglar

NÜBREIKÖN                                 to burgle

NÜCIDÖN                                     to carve, to chisel

NÜDÄDAN   (HI-/JI-)                      a (nude) model

NÜDÄDÖN                                    to pose in the nude

NÜDIK                                          bare, naked, nude

NÜDRANÄDAN                             (computer) hacker

NÜDRANÖN (IN)                           to encroach, to penetrate

NÜDUG                                        an introduction

NÜDRANÖN (INI)                          to penetrate

NÜFÄRMÜKÖN                            to shut in

NÜFLAP                                       impact

NÜGIFÖN                                     to pour out (drinks)

NÜGIV                                          inspiration

NÜGOLÖN (ini)                             to enter, to go in         

NÜGOLÖP                                    an entrance

NÜK                                             (nape of) neck

NÜKOTÖN                                    (to) encode

NÜKÖMÖN (ini)                            to enter (into)

NÜLIMÄDÖN                                to connect, to switch on (radio/television)

NÜLIMÜKÖN                                (to) integrate

NÜM                                            (serial) number, No.

NÜMÄDÖN                                   to count (= recite numerals in order)

NÜMÄDIK                                    numerate

NÜMFEAD                                    a water lily

NÜMIGÖN                                    to blend

NÜNAMABÜR                              an information/inquiry office

NUNAPENÄD                                a notice (on wall)

NÜNATEMÖN                               (to) inhale

NÜNED                                         a (computer) file

NÜNAMAKANÄDEM                     (the) media

NÜNIÄLIK                                    informative

NÜNOD(S)                                    datum/data

NÜNODEM                                   database

NÜNÖM                                        a computer

NÜNÖMAKLAVEM                       a computer keyboard

(NÜNÖMA)VÜYUMÄDÖM             (computer) interface

NÜNÖMAPROGRAM                   software  (for computer)

NÜNS                                           terms (of business)

NÜPLADÒN (INI)                           to insert (into) 

NÜSEIDOT                                    an insert

NÜSKUTÖN                                  to inject (medical)

NÜSLEIFÖM                                 a chisel

NÜSLUGÖN                                  (to) engulf

NÜSUGAPAPÜR                           blotting-paper

NÜSUGÖN                                    to absorb

NÜSUMÖN                                   to consume

NÜTEVAN                                    an immigrant

NÜVEIGÖN                                   to import (goods)

NÜXÄNÖN (NÜ)                            to mount, to get on      



O!                                       oh! (vocative)

O...                                     shall,  will;   next...

OB                                      I

OBIK                                   my (bai sev obik = as far as I know)

OBIKAN                              mine; my (person)

OBIKOS                              mine; my (thing)

OBO                                    as for me, for my part

OBÖ!                                   I don't care! (interjection)

OBS                                    we

OBSIK                                 our

OD                                      each other (lä od = by/near each other)

ODELO                                tomorrow (odelo ün timül at = tomorrow

                                           at this time)

OF                                      she

OFIK                                   her

OFS                                    they    (feminine plural)

OK                                      oneself

OKAO                                 of one's own accord

OKBLAM                            self-reproach

OKDUGÄL                           self-discipline

OKIÄL                                 ego(t)ism, selfishness

OKJELODIÄL                       self-preservation

OKIK                                   one's own

OKKONFID                          self-confidence

OKKUSAD                           self-incrimination

OKLIED                               self-pity

OKNÄMÄTIK                       arbitrary, high-handed

OKNOÄD                             self-denial

OKNOSIKAM                       self-destruction

OKPLAD                             commitment

OKREIG                              self-control

OKRIPROD                          remorse

OKSASEN                           suicide

OKSEV                                self-knowledge

OKSEVED                           self-consciousness

OKSKILÜKAM                     (mental) exercise, practice

OKSTÜM                             self-esteem

OKTAÖFIK                          paradoxical, self-contradictory

OKTIDÄB                            self-taught person

OL                                      you

OLIK                                   your

OLS                                    you    (plural)

OLSIK                                 your (plural)

OM                                     he

OMIK                                  his

OMO                                   as for him (=  what concerns him)

OMS                                   they (masculine plural)

OMSIK                                their (masculine plural)

OMSO                                 as for them (= what concerns them)

OMULO                               next month

ON                                      it

ONEITO                               tomorrow night

ONIK                                   its

ONS                                    they (neuter plural)

ONSIK                                 their (neuter plural)

ONU                                    at once, in a minute, on the spur of the moment

OR                                      you (singular polite)

ORS                                    you (plural polite)

OS                                      it (abstract; no plural)

OSOARO                             tomorrow evening

OT                                      like, same (ebo ot = just the same)

OTCEDIK                            of the same opinion

OTDÜPO                             at the same time/hour

OTGENIÄLAN                      a gay (person), homosexual

OTMAFÄDO                        equally

OTÜPO                                at the same time

OY                                      one, people, they      



Ö!                                       hm!    (interjection)

-ÖD!                                    let... (imperative mood)

ÖM                                     several, some

ÖMAN                                 someone, such a one, such a person

ÖMIK                                  many a...; several, such people

ÖMNA                                 sometimes

ÖMNAIK                             occasional

ÖMSOTIK                            some kind(s) of...

ÖN                                      under  (preposition)

                                           (ön nem foginik = under a foreign name)

                                           (ön kodül = under the pretext)

-ÖS                                     kindly do ... (optative form)



PAAN                                           briefs, shorts (clothing)

PAÄL                                           a stove

PAB                                             a butterfly

PAD                                             a page (of book)

PADÖN (IN)                                  to browse (through)

PADÜL                                         a  column

PAEÄN                                         a heath

PAELIK                                        pale, wan

PAIK                                            a pike (= fish)

PAKÖN                                         to expand, to spread

PAL(S)                                          a parent, parents

PALAT                                         palate

PALET                                          a party (= faction)

PAM                                             a palm (tree)

PAMOTÖN                                    to be born

PAMPELUT                                  a grapefruit

PANAN                                         a pawnbroker

PANÖN                                         to pawn

PANEMÖN                                    to be called/named

PANKREAT                                  pancreas (gland)

PANTÄR                                       a panther

PANTUF                                       a (carpet) slipper (leisure footwear)

PAOPLÄG                                     a stroke

PAOSTOLAN                                an apostle

PAPAG                                         a parrot

PAPÜR                                         paper

PAPÜRACANS                              stationery

PAPÜRAMON                               currency  (monetary)

PAPÜROD                                    papyrus

PARAD                                         heaven, paradise

PARAFIN                                      kerosene, paraffin

PARALÜD                                    paralysis

PARARG                                      a butterfly of species:  Pararge megaera.

PARASIT                                      a parasite

PARAT                                         apparatus

PARATÜL                                     device, gadget

PARDÖN (EKE BOSI)                    to forgive (someone something)

PARKET                                       (theatre) circle

PARKÖN                                      to part (vehicles)

PARKÖP                                       a park (for vehicles)

PARTÄR                                       (cinema/theatre) stalls

PAS                                              not until now; only just

PASETALEDESIR                          nostalgia

PASETIK                                      past

PASETIKÖN                                  (to) pass

PASTAN                                       an (evangelical) minister

PAT                                              a detail

PATÄD                                         a  characteristic

PATÄDAN                                    a specialist

PATÄDAPENÄD                            a thesis

PATÄDIK                                      specific

PATÄDODILÖN (PÖ)                     to specialize (in)

PATED                                         a model, a type

PATEL                                          patella

PATIK                                          excptional, particular, special

PATO                                           especially, mostly

PATÖF                                         a quality

PATÖN                                         to enumerate, to specify

PATRITAN                                    an aristocrat

PATRONAN                                  a patron (of arts, etc)

PATRUL                                       a patrol

PAUD                                           an interval, a pause

PAUN                                           a pound

PÄDAN                                         a (parish) priest

PÄDÄN                                         a parish (area)

PÄDÄNAN                                    a parishioner

PÄDRIT                                        a partridge

PÄK                                             a pack

PÄKED                                         a parcel

PÄKEM                                        baggage, luggage

PÄKEMASPAD TOODA                 a car boot

PÄKEMIKIPEDÖP                         Left Luggage Office

PÄKEMIPOLAN                            a porter

PÄKIL                                          a packet

PÄKÖN                                         to pack

PÄKÖP                                         a luggage compartment

PÄM                                             a brochure, a notebook, a pamphlet

PÄMOD                                        a  brochure              

PÄNAN                                         a (portrait) painter

PÄNOT                                         a painting, a picture     

PÄNÖN                                         to paint (as an artist)

PÄNSIONÄB                                 a pensioner

PÄR                                             a couple, a pair

PÄRÄD                                         a parade

PÄRÄDIKO                                   ostentatiously

PÄRIDIKAM                                 destruction, ruin

PÄRIDIKAN                                  a ruined (person)

PÄRIDIKÖN                                  to  perish

PÄRIDÜKÖN                                 to ruin, to destroy

PÄRJID                                         parsley

PÄRSIG                                        a peach

PÄRUN                                         a (railway) platform

PÅRUNAVEG                                a pavement, a sidewalk


PÄSKARAN                                  an angler, a fisherman

PÄSKARÖN                                  to fish

PÄST                                            plague

PÄSTÖ!                                        bother!  damn it!

PEÄDIK                                        fat, stout, weighty

PEÄN                                           a pin

PEB                                              pulse

PEBLUVÜKÖL                              flabbergasted

PEBÖN                                         (to) throb

PEBUÜKÖL                                  preferred

PED                                              pressure (physical)

PEDÄL                                         pressure (mental)

PEDANULÜDÖL                            well-fed

PEDETEILÖL                                fenced off, partitioned

PEDAFOMÖL                                trained

PEDÖN                                         to press

PEDÄLÖN                                     to exert pressure (on someone)

PEDÜTÜLÖL                                 deductive

PEFÄRMÜKÖL                             closed

PEFEIMÖL                                    ostracized

PEFIBIKÖL                                   senile

PEFLEDÜLÖL                               charged (physics)

PEILÄP                                         epilepsy

PEILOG                                        epilogue

PEIN                                             a pine (tree)

PEKVISINÖL                                 cooked

PEL                                              payment

PELAL                                          a paymaster, a purser

PELÄSÜKÖL                                 reduced (in price)

PELEK                                          a pelican

PELÖN                                         to pay

PEMIEDÜKUMÖL                         determinative

PEMIGÖL                                     mixed

PEMIK                                          higgledy-piggledy (in no kind of order)

PEMITULÖL                                 mutilated

PEMOTÖL                                    born

PEN                                              a pen

PENAMACIN                                a typewriter

PENAMACINAKLAVEM                a typewriter keyboard

PENÄD                                         a  writing, a document

                                                    penädafenätil -  browser (computer)

PENÄDASAKÄD                           briefcase

PENÄMÜKÖL                               reinforced

PENÄT                                         grapheme, handwriting

PENÄTAV                                     graphology

PENDÜL                                       a pendulum

PENED                                         a letter

PENEDABOG                                a letter box

PENDÜLÖM                                  a (children's) swing

PENDÜLÖN                                  to swing

PENEDABOG                                a postbox   

PENEDAMÄK                               a (postage) stamp

PENEDIBLINAN                            a postman

PENEDIL                                      a notelet (= a short letter)

PENEGENÜKÖL                            neutered

PENET                                          a note, a notice

PENETABUKIL                             a note-book

PENETÖN                                     to commit to paper, to note

PENIKIPIAN                                  a pen holder

PENOT                                         a  dissertation

PENOTEL                                     a compiler

PENÖMASELIDÖP                        a stationer's shop

PENÖN                                         to write

PENSIT                                         a paintbrush

PENUL                                         transcription, transliteration

PEOLÄT                                       an epaulette

PEOPIK                                        epic(al)

PEP                                              pepper

PEPERÖL                                     lost

PEPIÄR                                        a pepper pot

PEPUN                                         a gourd, a marrow

PER                                              loss

PERÄD                                         a defeat, a rout

PEROT                                         a lost (item)

PERÖN                                         to lose

·       perön süeni oka = to lose one’s head

PESÄSIENÜKÖL                           numb(ed)

PESTED                                        a noodle

PESTUNÜKÖL                              awe-stricken

PETEGÖL                                     covered

PETIOL                                         a  petal