West Yalan/Lexicon

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West Yalan lexicon

Note: predictable declension groups numbers are omitted. Nouns ending in a i belong to the declension III by default.

A

  • a c – but;
  • ace n – beaver;
  • v – burn, set on fire;
  • aća a – similar, resembling;
  • aćaf a – other;
  • aćas n – leg;
  • aće v – be (copula);
  • aće n – fire;
  • afe n – star;
  • afea v – breathe;
  • ahak n – neck;
  • ahârema n IV – priest;
  • ahe n – ashes;
  • ahi n – cloth;
  • ajamâ n – sky;
  • ajapa a – glorified;
  • ajas v – walk;
  • ajejema n IV – traveller;
  • ajema n IV – finder;
  • aji v – experiment;
  • ame n – knee;
  • amemi a – complete;
  • ameni n IV – deer;
  • anap n – sign;
  • aneta num – 10;
  • anetena num – 100;
  • anôhu n – leather;
  • ańa n – forehead;
  • ańe n – hole;
  • ar n – horse;
  • aretâ v – dance;
  • aśap a – yellow;
  • aśap n – tail;
  • aśu a – white;
  • ate v – learn;
  • athêfińê n – worm;
  • athera v – tell (a story);
  • atherema n IV – storyteller;
  • au v – be (located);

Â

  • ââ n – word;
  • âfotiâ v – say;
  • âfotijaf pp – out of;
  • âfotisê pp – outside;
  • âha n – expression;
  • âhâć n – moon;
  • âjâ n – ant;
  • âjoha n – roach;
  • âkasi n IV – river bank;
  • ân v – marry;
  • âpo n – country;
  • âra num – 9;
  • âraneta num – 19;
  • âreja pr – some;
  • ârena num – 90;
  • âśu a – easy;
  • âśukô v – accept;
  • âtiśa n IV – stone;

C

  • caće a – round;
  • caka n – duck;
  • cera n IV – crab;
  • cetha n – shout, cry;
  • chi a – true;
  • chia v – stretch;
  • chić a – indeed, very;
  • cica pr – 2pl;
  • cinu v – insist;
  • cińê v – rule;
  • cińema n IV – ruler, king;
  • cipê n – journey, travel;

Ć

  • ća a – obvious(ly);
  • ća par – behold;
  • ćafepa v – devote;
  • ćaki v – live;
  • ćan pr – that many;
  • ćani v – cover;
  • ćańema n IV – person, being;
  • ćap num – 4;
  • ćapa num – 40;
  • ćapać num – 8;
  • ćapaća num – 80;
  • ćapećeneta num – 18;
  • ćare n – scorpio;
  • ćasi v – sense a taste, smell;
  • ćâśeća a – naked, bare;
  • ćêmeu v – move out;
  • ćepeneta num – 14;
  • ćesu pr – many;
  • ćêśa v – hold;
  • ćêśeâ n – trap;
  • ćêtu n – hand;
  • ćhate n – sheep;
  • ćhateta n – aunt, uncle;
  • ćhêma n IV – eagle;
  • ćhohâ n – milk;
  • ćhu n – breast;
  • ćifić n – house;
  • ćiśêću v – seek;
  • ćitê n – frog;
  • ćusara a – hungry;
  • ćusecinê v – lack;
  • ćusehâ n – void;
  • ćuseka v – erase;

E

  • êhêtaha n – destruction, violence;
  • êhêtata n – storm;
  • ehufe n – shaman;
  • ekun v – burn, be in flames;
  • enat n – bone;
  • êpâ n – barrier;
  • eremu n – lifestyle;

F

  • fa n – light;
  • fa n IV – plain;
  • faf v – like, love;
  • fan n – bay, gulf;
  • fań pp – near;
  • fape v – get;
  • faśać v – sing;
  • faśâ n – day;
  • faśećama n IV – singer;
  • fatât pp – around;
  • fateu v – move;
  • fâkofâ v – rip;
  • fâs n – estuary;
  • fêâ n – shoulder;
  • fêćate n – evil spirit;
  • fêfôta n – autumn;
  • fenecime n – warrior;
  • fêsâ v – send;
  • fêta n – brother;
  • fetane v – continue;
  • fetâsisi v – exchange;
  • fetâtêmu v – vomit;
  • fic n – dew;
  • fica pr – 2sg;
  • fiń v – run;
  • fôja v – put;
  • fotâto pp – inside;
  • fu pr – what;
  • futâ n – cow;
  • futô n – heart;

H

  • ha n – brain;
  • haćepa v – wait for;
  • hafetâ v – promise;
  • hahe n – cyclone;
  • hate pp – on;
  • hâf v – kill;
  • hâfu n – wax;
  • hâpo n – tooth;
  • hâru n – animal;
  • hâtâ a – soft;
  • heâ n – gold;
  • hêćine n – charisma;
  • hehât pp – above;
  • heka n – hill;
  • hekajape v – remove;
  • hekapa v – die naturally;
  • hekaśati v – die unnaturally;
  • hekâto pp – away from;
  • hêna n – woman;
  • hesi v – spit;
  • hija v – agree;
  • hijakesa n – mediator;
  • hita a – big;
  • hoćâ a – young;
  • hokâ a – fast, quick;
  • hôku n – eye;
  • hôkuthu v – see;
  • hôsisi v – lay;
  • hota n – dawn;
  • hu n – nose;
  • hufut a – affraid;
  • hukô v – drop;
  • huô v – fall;
  • hure n – tribe;
  • huta n – lips;

I

  • i pr – 3sg;
  • iâń v – prove;
  • ićinu v – return;
  • ifa n – horn;
  • ihêta v – storm;
  • ihik n – ice;
  • ihit a – bad;
  • imâ v – worry, grieve;
  • imâra v – perceive;
  • imâraha n – perception;
  • imeme n – mom;
  • imeńu n – mother;
  • imipê v – disturb;
  • imôćani v – wrap around;
  • imôsisi v – turn;
  • inu v – arrive;
  • ińah v – meet;
  • ińâ n – shoe;
  • ińê pr – every;
  • ińoi v – prevent, disable;
  • ip v – block;
  • ipâ n – finger;
  • ipâśi v – show;
  • ipê n – ground;
  • ipêku a – green;
  • isa a – foreign;
  • isama n IV – guest;
  • isic v – need, must have;
  • itâho v – talk about;
  • itê a – dark;
  • iteńu n – father;
  • itete n – dad;
  • itimu v – chew;
  • itu pr – 3sg obv;

J

  • ja pp – above;
  • jaće a – slow;
  • jana v – count;
  • jape v – pull;
  • jati n – snow;
  • jeêńema n IV – enemy;
  • jei v – hate;
  • jenâ v – complete;
  • jenât pp – across;
  • jesêta n – winter;
  • jeśâ v – shine;
  • jitêśa v – whistle;
  • jora v – feel;
  • joraha n – impression;

K

  • kać n – crow;
  • kak n – cliff;
  • kake n – wind;
  • kapâ n – knife;
  • katan n – village;
  • kâfota n – healer;
  • kâńo v – rain;
  • kâta n – rain;
  • kefa a – bad-smelling;
  • kêjas v – fall;
  • kêjić pp – down;
  • kêri n IV – iron;
  • keta n – man;
  • khace a – angry;
  • khêfićê n – sun;
  • khetha n – room, floor;
  • khi a – thin, slim;
  • khophâ v – compare;
  • khothâo v – end;
  • kis pp – below;
  • kitićê n – fragment;
  • kôma n – box;
  • kotâo v – believe;
  • kuhu a – possible, possibly;
  • kupućô n – squirrel;
  • kuśêći n – mole;
  • kuta n – colour;

M

  • maćh n – news;
  • mafôtu n – mountain;
  • maheta v – praise;
  • mane n – south;
  • marat a – interesting;
  • matha a – sick;
  • a – sad;
  • mâto pp – towards;
  • mêriô n – culture;
  • miu n – custom;
  • mofaf v – want;
  • mofôja v – press, push;
  • mohuth v – follow;
  • mokêfićê v – look;
  • môreneta num – 17;
  • motâho v – talk with;
  • motuk v – chase;
  • muna num – 70;
  • mur num – 7;
  • mure n – silver;

N

  • nafe v – understand;
  • nafeta n IV – voice;
  • naneta num – 11;
  • num – 1;
  • nehi a – old;
  • nêmâko n – horizon;
  • neśace a – dangerous;
  • netaf v – paint;
  • nêtu pr – 3pl obv;
  • ni pr – 3pl;
  • nica pr – 1sg;
  • nir n – world;
  • nisić n – west;
  • nôsuk a – happy;

Ń

  • ńa n – rabbit;
  • ńać num – 2;
  • ńaća num – 20;
  • ńećeneta num – 12;
  • ńêsêćumu n – butterfly;
  • ńêtu n – family;
  • ńu n – body;
  • ńuteu n – clan;

O

  • ośuka v – waste;

P

  • pa v – be, exist;
  • pa n – sea;
  • pa pr – all;
  • pace v – threaten;
  • paćhâ n – fist;
  • pahâś n – cat;
  • pahi a – normal;
  • pakafat v – repeat, be again;
  • pamâko n – strand;
  • papha v – dry out;
  • pari n IV – mouse;
  • pasâ n – year;
  • pata a – today;
  • pate a – now;
  • pathe v – touch;
  • n – face;
  • pââ n – door;
  • pâcinê v – enclose;
  • pe a – dry;
  • pećir v – flash;
  • pefase n – arm;
  • pehać v – prefer;
  • pehafe a – thick;
  • pehâ n – dust;
  • pehunô n – sailor;
  • peńu v – think;
  • peńuha n – opinion;
  • pesami n – adult;
  • pesane v – cook;
  • pesanema n IV – chef;
  • petam n – cheese;
  • pêtific v – win;
  • phame v – hear;
  • phâho n – highland;
  • phâmâ n – building;
  • phâsama n IV – builder;
  • phâto v – build;
  • phehi n – monster;
  • phêni v – complain;
  • phêthi n IV – forest;
  • phiśê n – egg;
  • phoha v – allow;
  • pihi v – form;
  • pipê n – board;
  • pôsutô n – tree;
  • punô n – boat;
  • putus a – always;

R

  • raka v – use;
  • ram v – be used;
  • rane n – lake;
  • rari a – beautiful;
  • rath pp – with;
  • rathetha n – destiny;
  • rât pp – against;
  • rekape v – cut off;
  • rêpi n – plant;
  • retasa v – open;
  • rethaf a – owned;
  • rihe a – huge;
  • rôśu v – affect;

S

  • sa num – 3;
  • sacinê v – seem;
  • saća n – appearance;
  • saće v – own;
  • saćeti v – know;
  • sahu a – long;
  • sake a – visible;
  • sakha a – weak;
  • samâ v – regret;
  • saneta num – 13;
  • sas v – come, go;
  • sate n – gem;
  • sate pp – near;
  • sateku a – blue;
  • n – language;
  • seca n IV – tool;
  • sêfâ n – snake;
  • sehô n – oil;
  • sehôthaf a – associate;
  • sêhu n – baby;
  • sehuthôtha n – friend;
  • sejape v – take;
  • sejema n IV – voyager;
  • sekasak n – east;
  • sêma a – empty;
  • sena num – 30;
  • setha n IV – lizard;
  • setuk v – catch;
  • si c – and;
  • sim n – island;
  • sipê n – ear;
  • sire v – laugh;
  • sisi v – give;
  • sitêta n – shadow;

Ś

  • śa a – good;
  • śa num – 5;
  • śa pp – as;
  • śaâ n – lungs, chest;
  • śac n – linden;
  • śahâ n – air;
  • śaku a – grey;
  • śama n IV – human;
  • śamâ n – bed;
  • śane v – sleep;
  • śane n – rice;
  • śaneta num – 15;
  • śań n – hair;
  • śańe n – blood;
  • śati v – bleed, be injured;
  • śati v – lend;
  • śatitê n – sand;
  • śâ a – small;
  • śâf v – be named;
  • śâphehi n – lion;
  • śâto pp – beyond;
  • śêcica n IV – jaw;
  • śêcine v – smile;
  • śećakhu n – foot;
  • śêći n – night;
  • śêćinir n – north;
  • śefu v – drink;
  • śehuth v – exceed;
  • śena num – 50;
  • śeńa n – hare;
  • śepa a – strong;
  • śepeta n – strength;
  • śêpiha a – complex;
  • śêśeta n – sister;
  • śêśimi n IV – river;
  • śetamâ v – ask;
  • śi v – try;
  • śić pp – up;
  • śif a – brave;
  • śimê v – work;
  • śiti n – bird;

T

  • ta par – not;
  • taa n – head;
  • taaf a – continuous(ly);
  • taca pr – 1pl;
  • tamathe v – change;
  • tapa n – mushroom;
  • tasa v – cut;
  • tatu a – tired;
  • tâćeta n – spring;
  • tâhâ n – mouth;
  • tâhâk a – dated;
  • tâho v – speak;
  • tâkh num – 6;
  • tâkha num – 60;
  • tehâ n – saliva;
  • têhun n – needle;
  • tekake n – volcano;
  • têmu v – eat;
  • tesaćhârâ a – skilled;
  • tesaćhe n – skill;
  • tesakhihik a – mighty, powerful;
  • tesate n – seagull;
  • tesathe v – fly;
  • têsiśi a – flat;
  • teśa v – happen;
  • teśaha a – wet;
  • teśecinê v – result;
  • teśiam v – kiss;
  • thaćaf v – enter;
  • thaće n – fruit, berry;
  • thar a – red;
  • thaśekâ n – profanity;
  • thata n – morning;
  • thâ c – because;
  • thefafa n – water;
  • thei n IV – meat;
  • theńeu v – move to;
  • therôta n – summer;
  • theta n IV – god, good spirit;
  • thihâ n – fat;
  • thihu n – clay;
  • thiśê v – make;
  • thiśema n IV – creator;
  • thôfuńô n – skin;
  • thomacas a – new;
  • thuf n – fish;
  • thuha n – conclusion;
  • thuhâ v – compose;
  • thusâ n – table;
  • tin pr – who, what (anim.);
  • tisê v – must;
  • tôhata a – black;
  • tôhupus a – healthy;
  • tokheneta num – 16;
  • tomu n – homeland;
  • tôsućiśêću v – find;
  • tôśema n IV – hunter;
  • tuc n – dog;
  • tuk v – hunt;
  • tumira a – last;
  • tupa n – nut;
  • tuśô v – begin;

U

  • ućôhâ v – climb;
  • uhata n – child;
  • uhô n – belly;
  • uhôta n – wolf;
  • uni par – is it? (interrogation);
  • urape v – collect;
  • uśani v – hide sth;
  • utani n IV – bee;
  • uthać v – replace;
  • uthamema n IV – thief;
  • uthape v – steal;
  • uthât pp – without;