Nåmúþ/Lexicon

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Notes:

  • Most words can function as either nouns, verbs or adjectives. Sometimes all of these senses are included, sometimes not.
  • When unspecified, the source language of a word is Namɨdu. Otherwise, it's from:

a pron he, she [a]
á n, v fear, worry [aya]
áf n construction worker [aba "mason"]
agå a wrong [F ægóu]
ák n flower; v flourish [ała]
al v like [WF al "want"]
alökt n rule, law [alegdu "constitution"]
áns a complicated, difficult [azin "sophisticated"]
Antk n, a Ndok [Andok]
a, v dry; n drought [anyen]
apríþ n horror, terror [F apridu]
árk n politics; a political [areł]
árkp n politician [arełbu]
as num ten thousand [F as "many"]
asösk v conquer, defeat; n conquest, victory [asezzuł]
áš n whore [Wip aža]
axóþk n a type of wine [akodag]
Ažböf n Azbǽbu [Azbyebbu]
áþ n ruin [WF ada "corpse"]
å conj and [wa]
ǻf pron them [obu]
åmp n, a criminal [ombu]
ånþ a wealthy, rich [ottun]
åñk n wax [okmu]
ǻp n stew [opwo]
åpt v disturb, interrupt; a disturbing [optu]
ǻr a new [Wip oaro]
ǻs v tell; n story [odza and odzu]
åsp n leader [ospu]
ǻt a unknown [odwa]
åvåf a sad [awobbo]
åþ1 v come, arrive; n arrival [oddu]
åþ2 n wealth [ottu]
ǻþ aux be [odu]
bák n villa [Wip baγa "palace"]
bál n fifth day of the week [balɨ]
Banok n Barnágo [Banoggo]
bapt n uncle [babde]
bat a great, excellent [WF bad "sweet"]
báþk n statue [badał]
bǻš n bay, inlet [Wip boža]
bebul n genitals [F beibul]
ben v ask, request; n question, request [byenna]
bes n first day of the week [bes]
béþ a certain about (+dat) [bɨda]
béþs v convince [bɨdaso]
biñók n temple [byenyoło]
bis1 v teach; n knowledge [bissa]
bis2 n leg, branch [biddzi]
bís n fly [onomatopoeia]
bom n grain [bomma "wheat"]
bop n song; v sing [bop "chant"]
bór v choose; n choice [borɨ "appoint"]
bort v pay; n price, fee [borda "buy"]
boþ n father [bodde]
boþk n grape [boddał]
n star [bÿa]
n location [bÿoya "latitude"]
bőn n head of a city-state within the Union [boÿon "landlord"]
bönt n astronomy [bÿonte]
böps n idiot [byopsa "vagina"]
bös n ox [bwes]
böš n daughter [bwettsa]
bu num four [bu]
búr1 num fourty [buro]
búr2 v, n vote [bura]
but1 adv almost [but "near"]
but2 num fourth [bu dya]
buvön num fourteen [buwen]
dánþ v, n dance [dadan]
num five [dwa]
dǻrt n man [darud]
dåvön num fifteen [dwewen]
de n thumb [dya]
dék n stage [deło]
dél n, a secret; v hide [dɨlo]
demp n goat [dyempi]
denš n ink; v write [dettsin]
deñk n finger; v point at (+dat) [deññeł]
depk n autumn, fall [debło]
dim v shave [Wip dimmi]
diñ n large quantity [Wip ding "mountain"]
diþ a unlikely [didda]
do1 pron you (plural nom and acc) [do]
do2 prep as for [Wip do]
dof a white [dobba]
dok a responsible [doggɨ "be in charge"]
dóñ pron your (plural) [do + yeñu]
dopšt n silver [dobzyet]
dórš n lunch [dorats]
dök a haunted by (+dat) [dyok]
döm1 n glass [dwemma]
döm2 pron to you (plural) [dwem]
dőm v, n hunt [demu]
dön n skill; a skilled; v be good at [dyonne]
döp a childish, stubborn [dyop "punk"]
dőr num fifty [dwero]
döt num fifth [dwe dya]
duk pron why [dugga]
duxs n teacher, master [dukkas]
é pron his, her [a + ya]
ebőrk n husk, shell [ebyeruł]
ebreš n menstruation [ɨb rettsis "month-menstruation]
edől n city [F ædelu]
edön a holy [F edewnin]
edőxs n forest [edyołas]
edýþ n branch, stick [edya idÿe "tree-arm"]
ef a smart [yebba]
éf1 a similar to (+dat) [epa "likeness"]
éf2 v sit [epe]
éf3 pron him, her [yebu]
efáþ n, v research [F epáte]
egöf n rebel [yegwebbu]
egöš n stairs [egyottsa]
ek quant all [yak]
ék n third day of the week [ekɨ]
ekes pron always [yak yesso "all-always"]
ekő pron everywhere [yak yewe "all-everywhere"]
ekp v melt [ełpe]
eln n bend in the road [Wip ẽlou]
els num sixty [eslo]
em aux cause [ɨm]
ém n top, head, peak, the best [Wip eimou]
en a hungry; n hunger [yenna]
én a bizarre [yane]
ens v behave, act; n action [essen]
eñák n army; v invade [yeñało]
éñ a yellow [ɨmya]
eñk n egg yolk [yemmał]
ep1 n month [ɨb]
ep2 num hundred (mainly used in compounds) [ɨb]
epún n pagan, infidel [F epúonim]
ér1 a annoying, bad (of weather) [ero]
ér2 pron everyone [yeru]
érn n garbage [Wip ẽro "dump"]
erof n vinegar [ɨroppo]
es num six [es]
esk a hospitable; v receive, accept [esko]
esön num sixteen [eswen]
est num sixth [es dya]
éš1 v lose; n loss [etsa]
éš2 pron my [i + yets]
ešín v suffocate [F eosíən]
ešk n bird; v fly [yestsoł]
ét n tree [edya]
Ezáþ n Yād [Edzada "Æðadĕ"]
v stand, exist [yedde]
Éþ1 n title for men, "Mr.", "Sir" [ɨda]
éþ2 n week [yati]
éþ3 aux need [yeda]
Eþanst a Edastean, relating to the Aiwa valley [Edastan]
Eþos n Wippwo [Edossa "Naidda"]
eþök n evening [ɨdołyog "sunset"]
Farál n Fáralo [F Fáralo]
fis n, a criminal [fissas]
fok n shop; v sell, trade [fogło]
fók v make, create [fogga]
fork n language [Forło "Fáralo"]
gám n cumin [Wip gamõ]
gamálk a pure [WF gamakel "naked"]
gas n boat; v sail, travel by boat [gas]
n road, manner [gwa]
gås n rabbit [gossu]
gef v reply, react; n reaction [gɨppi]
geš n fourth day of the week [gets]
gim a unpleasant [Wip gim]
gíš v wait [gitsa-gitsa "wait a minute"]
git v throw away [Wip γit "drop"]
go v ignore [go "reject"]
gofš n crime; a criminal [goffats]
gon n (irr.) elder brother [gonnin]
goþ n wood; a wooden [gotte]
goþs n ship [gottats "galley"]
prep to, towards [gyo]
göps n sheep [gyopsa]
gőrt prep until [gyorit]
göþ n, v dream [gwedda]
grím v betray, tell a secret [gurima]
gryk pt until [gyorikłu]
guf v let go, accept [gubbe]
guñk a hard, solid, steady [Wip gungo]
hant n village [handya]
háþ prep near [hadɨ "outside of"]
n beach [hwa]
n broth [howe]
hålt a exciting, fun [WF hadlu]
hǻn n food [howen]
héf v cook [hɨbɨ]
hem n cloud; a cloudy, unclear [hɨm]
hens v fix, adjust [hɨnsa]
héns n coat [hesom]
hesár v organise [hessara]
héþ a strange [hɨte]
hínt a different [Wip hiding]
Hisén n Siixtaguna [Hissɨna]
hisk n son [hisłu]
ho n animal [ho "meat"]
hól pron when [hola]
hóns n mountain pass [hodzan]
hop v eat [hob]
hovás n oesophagus [hobasa]
hoxnǻþ n city-state within the Union [hołnadu "republic"]
hóxs n problem [hokez "caveat"]
n water [hewe]
hőf a specific [hebu]
hös n, a left (side) [hwezzu]
húf n frog [hɨbu]
húm n dye, paint [Wip humou]
hurt num eighty [hudro]
hus n rat [huz]
hut num eighth [hud dya]
Huvǻr n Huyfárah [Hɨwora]
húþ num eight [hudde]
huþön num eighteen [hudwen]
i pron I [i]
í pron which [iya]
if v, n use; a useful [ibbe]
íf a blind [Wip iβi]
ifk n, a north [ibbał]
ik1 n thing, object [igga]
ik2 pt before [isłu]
ilk a clever [Wip ihlou "be wise"]
ilm a nice (of people) [Wip ilmou "beautiful"]
ín n beard [Wip ine "hair"]
ins v, n gasp [iznɨs]
ír n acid; a acidic [F ior]
irk v receive, accept, tolerate [igri]
is1 n cotton [isso]
is2 aux should [is]
ís prep before (temporal) [isa]
isáf n summer, success; v succeed [issape]
isösk v take, capture; aux try [isezzuł]
išen n salvation [isyenna]
iváf n gadget [Wip iββaβo "instrument"]
ixsés n sunrise, dawn, beginning [iłseza "morning glory"]
ixš a black [iłts]
ixšáns a impossible [iłtsazin "forbidden"]
Ixšém n the river flowing through Múþ [Iłtsizɨme]
ixúk v raise, lift [yekka uła "raise in the air"]
izén n iron [iłts dzɨni "black iron"]
íþ1 n sea [idɨ]
íþ2 aux seem, apparently [ida]
iþéñ n salt [idɨño]
iþent n fishing; v fish [idɨnda "fisherman"]
kalt a active, energetic [Wip kallte]
kaš n aunt [kattsa]
kát n gold, money [katya]
kaxt n wind; v blow [kałto]
a awful [kwo]
kǻl a funny, humourous [Wip koula]
kǻrt n roof, ceiling [Wip koudor]
ke n egg [kya]
n fog [kaya]
kéfš n meal, food [kebbats "supper"]
kéln n wool [kyelin]
kemp n tavern, pub [kẽbwou]
kens a good [kɨnzo]
kenš n, v honour [kettsem]
keñk n hair [kyennił]
keš a angry, mad, evil [kets]
Kešen n the world, Akana [Ketsenna]
keþ n ash [kyedda]
kéþ n annoying person [kɨta "demon"]
kif n alcohol, ethanol [kippa "booze"]
kilp v poke [Wip kipell]
kinåk n fur [kyennił nokwi "hair-fur"]
kóf prep ago [koppe "ages past"]
kok n border, limit [kokło]
kon a stiff, sturdy [Wip kon]
kósk v see [kozził]
Kóšt n Kasca [Kozyad]
koþ v, n cover; n curtain [kodda]
n egg white, protein [kyewe]
kők n shirt [kyołu]
könt n medicine [kyonte]
köñ n ring, circle [kweñña]
köp n grass [kyop]
kös n, v snow [kyozze]
kpém n smoke [kpɨma]
kréþ v seize, grab [kreta "capture"]
kros a mighty, powerful [kros]
krő n breakfast [kryewa]
ku n thought; v think; aux dare [ku "spirit"]
kuk n, v hiccup [kukka]
kúk v speak, say [kwuła]
kuls n library [F kuzlo]
kumpk n grave, burial; v bury [kumpeł "tomb"]
kuñops n brooch [kwañopsi]
kurnš n olive [kusryem]
kus n book; v read [kuz]
kús v, n cough [kussu]
kusk n bookshelf [kuzło]
kyn a sacred, holy [kwin]
la v be silent [Wip lahei "close"]
lám a high, tall [lama]
lán n rose [Wip lano]
lás n hour, point in time; (pl) time [lasa]
lat a healthy [F lad]
lǻs n, a past [lodzu]
lǻt prep without, except; v exclude [Wip loudou]
lǻþ a right, correct [F loute]
le pt indicates a question; yes [le]
lefék n throne [lepeło]
legös n poem, poetry [legyossa]
lek n word; v write [legga "word", leggał "write" and leł "scribble"]
lék pron you, your (singular nom, acc and gen) [leku, yeku]
lénþ pron to us [lɨtam]
léñk pron to you (singular) [lekum]
lér v collect, gather; n collection [Wip lleira]
les a reckless [les "free"]
leš1 a steady [lestsa]
leš2 n eighth day of the week [lettse]
léš v form, shape, create [Wip lleišou]
lét n content, definition [Wip leida]
léþk n sun; v shine [lɨdoł]
lont n bullshit; a fake [lonte "quackery"]
loñeñk n ceremony [loñeñga]
los n land, area, nation [los]
lósk v agree; n agreement [losał]
loslýšk n earthquake [los lizyuł "earth-shiver"]
lot a honest [lod]
loxp v heal, repair [lołpo]
n delta [F lewə]
lők n cage, cell [lyoło "birdcage"]
lön n hunger, desire [lÿenna]
löns a free [leswɨm]
lös a free; v set free, liberate [F lews]
lösk n winter; failure; v fail [lyosło]
löt n year [lyod]
lúk pron we [luki]
lúm v smile, like (+dat) [lɨmu]
lump a stupid [lumbye "act foolishly"]
lúmp n moon [luñɨb]
lúps n sixth day of the week [luboz]
lús pron us [luzis]
lúsk n name [lusek]
luxéš pron our [luki + yetsi]
n loser, coward [liwu]
lýšk v shiver, shake [lizyuł]
ma pron to him, to her [yem- + a]
mál n man, guy; pron one [male]
mám n mother [mamma]
máns a useless [madzen]
mas n hammer [mas]
más n milk [masa "cow milk"]
masér v hate; n hatred [masere]
masof v make a mistake; n mistake [masobba]
mášt n slave [F mačud]
maþoþ v disapprove, dislike [madottɨ]
n skin, outside [mwa]
mås n harbour [moswe]
måšt n servant, helper; v serve, help [mottsud "slave"]
måxp n asshole [Wip moahpou "penis"]
mǻþ prep before, in front of [modu]
mef n leader, chief, commander, boss [Wip meββe "father"]
méf a deaf, blind [mɨpa "deaf" and mɨdo "blind"]
memis v fascinate [mɨmisso "enchant"]
memps a simple, easy [mɨbzin "primitive"]
Ment n Mæmedéi [Myendya]
més n debt; v owe [Wip mesa]
méxt n younger brother [mekot]
mi pron to me [yem- + i]
míf quant no, none; pron nothing [mipi]
mífk a rude [mipoł "impolite"]
mífs v destroy [mipi "nothing" + -so]
mik n bread; v bake [mik]
mínš a cold [mitsen]
mír pron nobody [miru]
mís v give; n gift [mise]
misorm conj or [mi- + sorma]
mišiþp n baker [mittsidde "bake" + -bu]
mišk n holiday [Wip mišγou "free time"]
mizen v cheat on; a unfaithful; n affair [midzenna]
mo n colour; v paint [mo]
mof n mouth [mobbe]
mofk n magnet; v attract [moppał]
mok pron to them [yem- + ok]
mók a full; v fill [moła]
mól pron where [mola]
mons a public [mossin]
moñk v find, discover [mołna "notice"]
mos quant some, few [mos]
mosp n penis (formal) [mospo]
moš n kitchen [mots]
moþéns n violence; a violent [moddesen]
v fuck; n sex (vulgar) [mowe]
mök intj anyway [mu yak "in any (way)"]
mőr a narrow [mweru]
möþ n number [mweddu]
muf n worm [mubba]
múk n ice; v freeze [muła]
mún v travel [Wip munõ]
múr v decide, select, choose [Wip mura]
mus aux become [mus]
musúþ n belief; v believe [mussuta]
múš n friend [Wip mužo "brother"]
muzáþ v get drunk [mudzada "take drugs"]
1 pron nowhere [miwe]
2 quant no, none [miwa]
myšk v have fun; n fun [mayuttsił]
na n popular person, star [Wip nah "god"]
nañk v, n split [nañga]
naplék intj goodbye; n goodbye; v say goodbye [naplekɨ]
našk prep between [nazyoł]
našt prep next to; n neigbour; a neighbouring, nearby [nazdya]
natk v put in, insert [nadyog]
naþél n, a secret [nadɨlo]
n noodles [noyu]
nåk n bear [noggu]
nǻn v, n cut [nanu]
nånös n saw [nanu yossi "cut-saw"]
nåñk v clean up; a tidy, neat [nołñu]
nåvím n clay [nobwima]
n war; v fight [nɨya]
nek a best [negge]
nél n cemetery [nɨlo "mass grave"]
neln v, n lie [Wip nẽll]
nem n disease, illness [F næm]
ném a arrogant [nɨma "condescending"]
neñks v, n change [nełdzen "adjust"]
nes a ill, sick [nes]
níf v mean, intend [Wip niβe]
nik num nine [nił]
níñ a boring [niñi "pointless"]
nixön num nineteen [niłwen]
nixt num ninth [nił dya]
nof a brown [nobbe "dark red"]
nok n room, space [nogga]
nol n mouse [Wip nol]
nom a small [nom]
nompi n detail [nom pi "small thing"]
nonǻn v crumble [nonnanu "cut into small pieces"]
noñír num twenty [nom ñiro]
nór v, n exit [nora]
nos n east [nozza]
nosk v remove [noskɨ]
nošak n god, goddess [nogga tsak "god-king"]
n, v work [noyo]
nők n street [nweło]
nön v go to (+dat), leave [nwen]
nönš v forget (a fact) [nwentsi]
n something disgusting [Wip nuho "slime"]
ñaf n toe [ñabba]
ñál n excess; a excessive [F ŋalər]
ñalaspt a confusing, weird [ñalazbod]
ñáš v get rid of [Wip ngašei "throw"]
ñát v rest, take a break; n break, pause [Wip ngada "sleep"]
ñaxos n leather [ñagosso]
ñaþ v empty [ñadde "clean"]
ñáþ pron never [myati]
ñaþúf n dog [ñadɨbu]
ñåf n small talk [Wip ngawwa]
Ñǻr n, a Ngauro [Ñoru]
ñe n, v trade [mya]
ñef pron somewhere [nyebwe]
ñéf pron something [nyeba]
ñéfk n cake [myebił "cookie"]
ñek1 n day [myeg]
ñek2 v follow; aux continue [ñegłu "accompany"]
ñem num seven [myem]
ñemön num seventeen [myemwen]
ñen n neck [ñenne]
ñent num seventh [myem dya]
ñep pron sometimes [nyebło]
ñerm num seventy [myemro]
ñerp pron someone [nyebru]
ñes n cow [myessa]
ñeséns n seventh day of the week [myem sesen "seven-sesen"]
ñi num two [ñi]
ñit num second [ñi dya]
ñivön num twelve [ñiwen]
ñok a, adv more [ñoł]
ñoks a tall [ñołdzi]
ñon n business connection [ñonne]
ñops a heavy, difficult [ñopsa]
ñosk n idiot [ñosłok]
ñök v read [myoł]
Ñől n Ñolo [Ñÿalo]
ñöm a read [nyemmu]
ñőr a ancient [ñÿeru]
ñuf n cat [ñuffe]
ñúf a sharp [Wip nguβo]
ñúfk n needle; v pierce [ñɨbuł]
ñúr a dark-haired [ñura "brown"]
of n fruit [oppo]
ofk n ear; v hear, listen [oppał]
ok1 aux want []
ok2 pron they [ak]
okp v build, construct [ołpo]
ól a ugly [olo]
olmp v steal [Wip õblou]
óln v talk, chat [Wip õla]
omp n, v thunder; a angry [ombe]
ons a heavy, importat [ossin]
onš v, n joke [Wip õž]
ónþ a weak [WF oton "thin"]
óñ a impossible [oñan "unreachable"]
oñk v forget; n ignorance [ołna "not know"]
órk v set on fire [oreł]
ós v play; n game [oso]
osǻ n barbarian or cruel act [osawu "human sacrifice"]
ósk v propose [osał]
oxé pron their [ok + yeya]
oxtk n storage; v store [ołtoł]
v protect [otte]
óþ v hurry [F ote]
óþk n eye [odoł]
óþp n guard [ottebu]
ö intj no [ÿa]
ő a stupid [yoha]
öf v swim [yobbɨ]
őf v, n sleep [ebu]
ök1 n foot [yoł]
ök2 prep below [ÿoł]
ök3 v put down [yog]
Ök4 n Aiwa [Yogga]
ők n west [yoweł]
öm n right (side) [ÿem]
ömp a very cold, frozen [yobbin]
őñ conj but [weñu]
öp a green [yob]
ör n string, thread [yorya]
őr n, v love [ÿere]
öslás adv now [ÿosso lasa "now-hour"]
övők n garden, park [yob ÿoło "green garden"]
öþ1 a previous, last [yettu "former"]
öþ2 n spring [yodda]
őþ1 prep of, about [ÿeta]
őþ2 pron everything [yotu]
pa v defecate, produce something worthless [Wip pah]
páþ n valley [pada]
påf n disgust; v be disgusted [poppu]
pǻk n horse; v ride [pagu]
pǻn n plant [Wip ponu]
pe a big [pya]
pedéns v understand [pɨdyemis]
pef n breast; v breastfeed, nurse [peppe]
pen n, v kiss [pyen]
péns a ready; aux about to [pesen]
pér a brave, strong [Wip pere]
pežél n plan, strategy [Wip peižẽlo]
pi n child []
pik a main, primary [piggał]
pík v send [piła]
pinír num ninety [pya niro]
piñ n chicken [piñña]
pisk a dead; n corpse [pissił]
pok n orange [połge]
ponš v count; n number [potsna]
pont a purple [ponda]
poþ v get, receive [potte "find"]
pök v ignore [pwekku "snub"]
pömp n rich person [pyombu "bourgeois"]
pön1 n island [pwen]
pön2 prep with, having [pyon]
Pörps n Poráš [Pyopros]
pös n fish [pyossa]
Pőxs n Peilaš [Pyołas]
pöþ1 a loud; v ring (a bell), notify [pyodde]
pöþ2 aux emphatic auxiliary [pyotta]
pren v design [pryen]
n nose; v smell [puwa]
puft v, n attack; a aggressive [pubbɨt]
rak v pour [rał]
rǻf v fuck up [Wip rawa "mismanage"]
råns n voter; v vote [roznu]
råþ n property [roddu]
re a straight [re]
ref n, v substitute [ryeppu]
rek a hot [rełga]
rém pt introduces relative clauses [rema]
ren prep like, in a ... way [ryen]
réñ adv instead; prep instead of [ryeñu]
Reñk n the plains of southwestern Huyfárah [Reñło]
réñk n platform, storey, floor [reñał]
reþ v hear, perceive [ryettu]
reþk n jar, box [ryeddeł]
rexs n, v nurse [rełsa]
rezdǻ v, n delay [rezdowa "waste time"]
ro num ten [ro]
roñ n meadow [Wip rong "grasslands"]
roñk a insane [rołña]
rore a drunk [Wip rore]
rot num tenth [ro dya]
roþ v have [rodda]
róþ v eat, have dinner [rote]
röm n disaster [ryommɨ "earthquake"]
ruf v pull [rubba "masturbate"]
runs v slander [russan]
ruñk pt where [rułma]
rus n female member [rudza]
rut n male member [rud]
ruvos v argue; n argument [rubosso "haggle"]
sañk n meat [Wip sanga]
n knee, corner [swa]
såt n sandwich [sadwa]
sek n name; v call, mention [sek]
sék n hearth [seło]
sém v deny [Wip semẽ]
sen v, n drink [sɨn]
sens adv the day after tomorrow [sɨnsɨ]
senš a fortunate [settsin]
sént n civil servant [senat "minister"]
sénþ v discuss; n conversation [setim]
señk n hurricane [seggan]
ses a good, kind [sɨs]
sés adv yesterday [sɨso]
seš a both, each [sɨts]
sešint n descent [sestsinte "genealogy"]
sexs n dragonfly [sełsa]
Séþk n Sertek [Setek]
skexp n clothing [skełbo]
slór v forget to do/say something, fail [slora "briefly forget"]
sma v sew [Wip sma]
smók n, v gossip [smoło]
smóþ n, v farm [smote]
smóþp n farmer [smotebu]
snon n ground, base, foundation [snon]
sóñk n, a fat [sołan]
sorm pt when, if [sorma]
sormp n teacher [sobren "clever person"]
sos1 n second day of the week [sos]
sos2 n onion [sozzi]
sós n woman [sossa]
söpk n bag, sack [swebło]
stél v insult, hurt [Wip stela "burn"]
sus n olive oil [suddzi]
ša v walk [tsa]
šak n king [tsak]
šan v ask; n question [tsanno]
šanis n fugitive; v flee, deny [tsanizzu]
šaps v sneeze [tsapso]
še1 num one [tse]
še2 a blue [hya]
šéf1 n student [tsebu]
šéf2 aux start [hyeppe]
šéfk v, n curse [tsɨpał]
šélk v, n vomit [WF čekal]
Šels the Union [tse las "one country"]
šelš n danger, threat; a dangerous; v threaten [F čelč]
šem n south [tyem]
šen n fire; v burn [tsennu]
šens1 a weird, embarrassing [tsenso "to embarrass"]
šens2 aux barely do [tsɨssɨnza "barely make it through"]
šeñk n religious school [tsemmał]
šep v perform, act, utter, show [syep]
šet1 v go bad, expire [tset]
šet2 n coin, (pl) money, wealth; a rich [syet]
šet3 num first [tse dya]
ševön num eleven [tsewen]
šexš n risk [tsełts]
šeþ n house; v live, dwell [tyeddi]
šíf n sail [sipa "crab-claw sail"]
šik v urinate, talk bullshit [siggił]
šík n tooth [siło]
šiñxs n beer [tsiłtsɨn]
šír n whore, bitch [sira]
šírk pron there [siruł]
šis1 aux do [sis]
šis2 conj then, therefore [sisso]
šislás pron then, at that time [sisso lasa "then-hour]
šiš n lightning [tsittsi]
šixt n slum [Wip šihtẽ "live in squalor"]
šof n mushroom [Wip šohβo]
šór n garbage, waste [tsoro "junk"]
šós adv tomorrow, soon; v come soon [sisyozza]
šöm v, n delay; a slow [hyomma]
šöñks n punt [tyoñgas]
šös n morning; adv tomorrow [syozza]
šöské n mist [syoskaya]
šöxp n stranger, guest [hyołbu]
šöþ a wide [tyottu]
šőþ a true [hyotte "correct"]
šúr adv eventually [tsure "some other time"]
tamp v, a fake [WF tāmpa "mimic"]
tárn n girl [Wip tarõ "daughter"]
n lake [twa]
te prep with, by [te]
téfs n frame [tɨpas]
tek n group [teg "cluster" and tekka "large crowd"]
teñ n stone, rock [tɨñño]
tensk n second [tɨnsał]
ti n door, opening []
tik n anchor; v, a set in stone [tikwa]
tinþ a insignificant, irrelevant [tiddin]
tit n speck, stain [tid]
to aux stop [to]
tok1 prep despite, against [te ołgo "by-despite"]
tok2 n light, lamp [toł]
Tók n Toło [Toło]
tólt a clumsy [Wip todol]
tos v allow; a allowed [tos "legal"]
tós prep around, during [tosse]
toš n elder sister [tottsa]
tök n duck [twełyo]
tön1 n hand [twen]
tön2 a thin, weak [twen]
tőn v prevent [F twæno]
tuže adv "I guess" [Wip tužei]
túþ n metal [tɨdu]
n favourable circumstances [Wip twia "good weather"]
udrúk n morning [ɨdruła "sunrise"]
úf pron me [ɨbu]
Úfs n the Ndak mother goddess [Uboz]
uk1 v taste, smell [ułga]
uk2 pt after [ugłu]
úk v grab, seize [uła "pick up"]
ulp v explain [F uplə]
uñk v kill, destroy, crush [Wip ungo]
úr a rude, impolite, unfriendly [uro "hostile"]
Us n Ussor [Usso]
ús intj hey, hello [ussa]
úš aux would [utsis]
uvőþ num hundred [ɨbweddu]
uxs n storm; v disrupt, destroy [uggas]
aux can [bwo]
våf v strike, hit [wobba]
våk a quiet [wogga]
våkóñ n shellfish, crustacean [wogyo "shellfish" and oño "crayfish"]
våls num thirty [woslo]
våñk adv today, currently, at the moment [wamyeg]
våns v mess up; n mess [wozzon]
vås num three [wos]
vǻs1 pron this [wosse]
vǻs adv tonight [waso]
våsön num thirteen [woswen]
våst num third [wos dya]
våšos adv this morning [wasyozza]
våþk v wear, carry; n clothing [woddeł]
verm a messy, sloppy [Wip wermi "unkempt"]
vi n boy [Wip vi son]
viñ a wet [Wip wing]
Vipu n the city-state of Wippwo; a relating to that city-state [Wip Wippwo]
vors a sexually attractive [Wip vorsei "hot"]
aux plan to [we]
vöf v remember; n memory [weppu]
vőf quant many, most [weba]
vök pron here [weł]
vők prep behind [wegga]
Vöm n title for women, "Mrs." [wemmu "lady"]
vöñ a ugly, nasty [weñña]
vöñk n younger sister [wemmoł]
vöñőf a tired [weñÿebu]
vös n friend [wes]
vöþ n vegetable [wedde]
vöþep n pickles [weddɨbye]
vuk n castle [wuł "country villa"]
vúk v find guilty; a guilty [F wugu]
vum v live; n life [wɨm]
vump n papyrus [wɨmba]
vunsék n, v grill [wɨnseło]
vuñk n bridge, connection; v connect [wɨñgwe]
vuñők n canal [wɨñÿeło]
výk n house, family [wiło]
vym n marsh [wimma]
vys n feast [wizze]
ý prep after [uyo]
yf n weapon; v attack [ibbu]
ýþ n arm, part, section [idÿe]
za pron who, what (nominative) [dza]
zap v, n insult [dzappa]
zárt a open, obvious [Wip zader "public"]
zás pron whose [dza + yedza]
zåmp n traveller, merchant [dzombu]
ze art the [dzeddze]
zek a violent [dzegga "belligerent"]
zenáf n smith [dzɨnaba "ironsmith"]
zénš n pig [zetsan]
zér n copper [zera]
zes pron that; art the [dzeddze]
zgúrk n intestines [zguruł]
zif a evil, bad (of behaviour) [dzibbe]
zivof n misbehaviour [zif + obbo "misdemeanour]
zmepk n countryside [zmebło]
zoríš v wake up [dzoritsi]
zönþ n face; v look at [zodwen]
zu pron whom, what (accusative) [dzu]
zuk n cheese [zułk]
zum pron to whom [dzum]
zúm v stay behind, remain; n remnant, relic [zuma "loiter"]
ža n boss [Wip žah "king"]
ži n apple [zi]
žin n wine [zin]
žñéf n tea [znyoñɨbɨ]
žuñgol n deck (of a ship) [Wip žungol]