Khangaþyagon/dictionary/Khangaþyagon to English

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While this dictionary mainly gives roots, the present participle is also given for verbs, due to the variability in its form and meaning.

b

bukh
(n) ritual 8b
burr
(v) rub
burron
rubbing
burra
(adj) proud 18
burrhakh
(n) dog
bultan
(n) tub, barrel
bulzhir
reveal
bulzhiront
revelation
babal
(n) butterfly BT
babru
(n) shoulder 13
bavru
(n) neck
basti
(n) interesting thing 13
bashtr
(v) require, demand
bashtron
requirement
baruna
(n) a musical instrument madd of animal horn, with fingerholes.
bartinn
(n) enamel
baktun
(n) unfounded rumour, idle gossip
ban
(n) stone 8b9BT
bant
(numeral) six
balkhæ
(n) hospitality; reciprocal social bond or obligation; person or family with whom one has such a bond; belonging to such a bond
baln
(v) request, plead
balnont
requesting
bagir
(v) keep
bagiront
keeper
bolri
(n) mouth
beb
(conj) and 88a8b9101113141515b15c17IR2BTpoem18
beb... beb
both... and 15c
bel
(n) day 88b1417
beltush
(n) heir
belk
purple
beng
(n) reason 8a8b1315a15cBT
brakht
(n) wand
birn
(n) finger
blovra
(n) ox-drawn wagon
bæg
(v) walk 13
bægon
walker
bœshi
(n) pastry 11

u

u
(conj) such that 88a8b9101113141515a15b15c{17{KBT}}poem18
ubil
(n) stirrup
ukhra
(n) gap
ukhros
(n) cave
ukhrin
(adj) wicked 88a1017
ussu
(n) health 14
ussakh
(n) fur as material for clothing; pelt; item made from fur (v) skin an animal
ussakhont
furrier
ust
(adj) open 8
ustr
(v) build BT
ustron
builder
ustirn
(n) oath
usk
(v) suck
uskont
sucking
uvesk
(n) parsnip
uvne
(n) nose
udraf
kn) mask
umgan
(n) boot
ushu
(conj) neither/nor 15
ushel
(n) rain
ushra
(n) marsh
urs
(n) sole
urves
(v) spread
urveson
spreading
urre
(n) road
ukrast
(n) human faeces
ukil
(n) armpit
unsev
(n) sledge
untiri
(n) brooch chain
unvir
(n) vaginal fluid
undal
(n) home IR2
undil
(n) pendant
ulsir
(n) saffron
ult
(v) hinder, obstruct 15cIR2
ulton
hindering
ulta
(n) navel
ulhakh
(n) awe
uld
(adj) common to a group or category of things
ulev
child 101418
ulm
(v,n) chant
ulmont
chanting
ulþ
(n) silt
ulðak
(n) group or category defined by a common feature; species; school of thought.
ullen
(n) butter
ulwe
(n) labia

kh

khupor
cauldron
khun
(adj) short 15b
khull
(n) ear
kharm
(n) fate 17
khosaf
(adj) humble, generous, pious, honest, unselfish
khoshn
(n) north
khorasi
(n) a legendary winged dog or wolf, similar to the Persian simurgh or the Slavic simargl.
khorr
(n) fire BT
khorrd
(v) burn
khorrdon
burning
khorris
(v) fire, bake BT
khorrison
firing
khol
(v) hear 8a8b
kholont
hearer
kheng
(n) bow
khrat
(v) steal 9
khraton
theft
khratap
(n) thief 8b
khrold
(v) earn
khroldont
earning
khredem
(n) enemy
khipl
(v) confuse 10BT
khiplon
confusing
khlūra
(n) mortar BT
khlatul
(n) the space inside a hollow tree.
khlem
(n) sound 15a15c
khæls
(n) wind 14IR2

s

su
(adj) all, whole 8a11141515b15c16BTpoem18
sura
(n) year 13
suraþ
(n) message, idea
(v) carry messages
suraþont
messenger
surash
(v) display as a sexual offer
surashon
displaying as a sexual offer
surval
(n) face 18
surni
(n) jet
sulv
(v) belong to
sulvon
belonging to
sulvas
(n) offal, giblets
sullat
(adj) gentle
stav
(n) sign (v) write
stavont
writer
sabegr
(v) tolerate, forbear 16
sabegront
tolerance 16
sasa
(adj) usual 15c
sasor
(v) buy
sasoron
buyer
satri
(n) apex, peak, summit, zenith
savu
(n) nipple
sadas
(n)paternal aunt
sadre
(n) heart 1416
sam
(v) come 1415BT
samon
coming 14
samnag
(v) believe (sincerely or well-foundedly) 8a15a
samnagon
faith
sarvak
(v) embrace
sarvakon
embracing
sarmne
(n) friend
sarsh
(n) lip
sarka
(n) felt cap with ear flaps
sarg
(v) bet, wager
sargon
(n) bet, wager
sansk
(n) skill 1315a
salb
(v) arm, equip
salbont
arming
sala
(adj) flat 11IR2BT
salde
(adj) moist
salle
(n) surface BT
sallm
(n) table
sangel
(n) stream, brook
speran
(n) shaft, pole
spirraþ
(n) hay
(v) make hay, dry out
spirraþont
haymaker
spirrokh
(n) mouse
sorna
(n) wrist
sekhast
(n) sickle, hook, crescent moon
(v) reap, harvest
sekhaston
harvester
setril
(n) jewelled pin
sevrat
(n) tunic
semma
(n) strawberry
serra
(n) eyelash
sek
knife
selda
(n) water 11
segun
follow
segunont
follower
segrep
(adv) already 8a
smetl
(v) entangle
smetlon
entanglement
smin
(n) tip
srint
(v) drive, herd
srinton
drover
siss
(v) crawl 13
sissont
crawling
sivolk
(n) story 8a 8b15
sivin
(v) succeed
sivinont
success
sifak
(n) maternal uncle
sint
(numeral) five
silde
(n) willow
sing
(adj) small 911IR2
silpe
(n) otter
sigel
(n) mirror (v) reflect
sigelon
(n) reflection (adj) reflective
skush
(v,n) kiss
skushon
kissing
skalt
(adj) vast
sket
(v) cut 11
sketont
cutting
skraða
(n) tree bark (adj) rough
skilp
(v) shine 14
skilpont
shining 14
sklaf
(v) damage by friction or overuse, abrade, erode, wear
sklafont
abrasion, erosion
snurkh
(n) cold (illness)
snurr
(v) tire
snurront
tiring
snulli
(n) puffin
snarut
(v) fall IR2
snaruton
falling
snaug
(n) fault, flaw 16
sluv
(n) oil (for cooking) 11
sluv
(adj) blue
slund
(adj) cheap
slat
(v) find BT
slatont
finding
slarna
throat
slon
(v) want 88b101315BT
slonont
wanting
slenna
(n) clay BT
swud
(n) bandage
swæð
(v) swive, copulate
swæðont
copulation
saugah
(n) a sea monster that, according to sailors' tales, dwells in the depths of the ocean and devours whales in a single bite. It rises to the surface only in the fiercest storms, and sighting it is said to doom a ship.
soallm
(v) sink (of the sun) set
soallmon
sinking

t

tuvul
(n) jade
tump
(n) shame
turel
(n) flute, especially end-blown flute, recorder
tuntun
(n) hedgehog
tuðn
(n) arrow
tulvik
(n) bridle
tulla
(n) garden 13
tullis
(adj) long
tasko
(n) sacrum
tavan
(n) cumin
tavot
(n) peg, stake
tamat
(n) paternal uncle
tamok
(n) chest (part of body)
tamit
(v) believe. Refers particularly to speculation or unfounded belief. 818
tamitont
false belief, superstition
tarv
(v) receive (a guest etc)
tarvont
receiving
tarvos
(adj) solid, firm, reliable
(n) foundations, axiom
tarrs
(n) rest, remainder
tarrm
(n,v) need 8b16
tarrmont
person in need
tark
black
targ
(v) hunt 9
targon
hunting 9
takrosh
(n) apple
tals
(v) search 88b
talsont
searching
talp
(n) mountain IR2
talþus
(n) cheese
talsh
(numeral) eight
tagdiln
(n) scaffold, crane, hoist
tang
(n) hammer
tayiri
(n) appearance of a person in somebody else's dream
tosis
(n) pubis
tombol
(n) drum
tosha
(n) badger
tosha
(n) pouch, pocket, purse
tors
(v) turn 1515c
torson
turning
torog
(n) any natural object which appears to have a human face.
tols
(adj) personal 15
tolm
(v) undress
tolmont
undressing
te
(n) young bird, chick
tesr
(v) care 10
tesront
one who cares
tesya
(n) pearl
tevrin
(n)soldier
tezn
(v) sit 1318
teznon
sitting
tedan
(v) rouse, awaken 18
tedanont
awakening
temba
(n) war 14
tembarn
(n) battle
terb
(n) master
terkha
(n) oak IR2
terek
(n) spice 11
tek
(adj) wrong 8b
tens
(n) seat, chair
tena
(n) disc
teld
(v) happen 1015a
teldon
happening
telk
(n) beak 9
tellat
(n) glory
tra
(adj) strong 101415b18
tramn
(n) word 8b14BT
trans
(n) nature 15b
troha
(n) pig
trefk
(n) meat 11
tresh
(v) eat 1011
treshon
eater
trint
(n) tooth
trinn
(v) bite 17
trinnont
biting
tibilun
(n) heap or assortment of small objects; this and that; trivia; frivolous matters.
tiskr
(v) bind
tiskron
binding
tirz
(adj) different 15a15c
tirr
village
til
(adj) small quantity 1116
tilse
(n) snow IR2
tleb
(v) mount
tlebon
mounting
tlin
(v) show 15b15c
tlinon
showing
tæp
(v) command
tæpont
commanding

a

a
(interjection) commanding attention 13BT
aba
(n) wife 14
aborið
(n) a legendary creature, half-man, half bear, said to lead travellers astrat in forests.
akhtir
(n) courage
akhrum
(n) deer
akhnel
(n) ginger
assak
(n) coriander
asik
(n) brother
asnab
(v) accost 8
asnabont
one who accosts
atusi
(adj) early
atref
(n) meal
ap
(v) make, cause 8a1113141515c16BT18
apont
maker BT
ahrung
(adj) erect
azo
(adj) most 15b
azz
(n) bee
amteng
(n) brain
ama
(n) mother 9
amagel
(v) gather, assemble 14
amagelont
gatherer
amp
(v) put 11
ampon
putting
amr
(adv) also
amraþ
(v) visit 15a
amraþont
visitor
amri
(n) knee
amit
(v) think 910
amitont
thinking 9
amiyu
(n) incense
amyen
(v) conceive
amyenon
conception
aþras
(n) fur, especially of a living animal
aþil
(v) read
aþilont
reading
ashla
(n) felt
arb
(n) root
arkhap
(n) bark
arell
(v) renew
arellon
renewal, New Year
artoþ
(n) spear
arvel
(n) hip
arra
(conj) than, as, like 1515a15c
arrag
pain 88b13
arrot
(n) host, mass 14
arriþ
(n) track left by animal; omen
arrish
(n) shin
arkaþ
(v) confess, repent, apologise, take responsibility
arkaþon
repentance, repentant
arl
(n) herb
ak
(n) part, piece 11
aks
(v) assume, suppose 15c
akson
assumption
akst
(adj) male
akdel
(v) depart 8a8b18
akdelon
departure
ansidi
(pr) itself
anal
(n) joy 131415b15c
anþel
(v,n) love (esp. familial love)
anþelont
loving
annartis
(n) sapphire
anwet
(v) enjoy 15b
anweton
enjoyment
aðr
(v) change something deliberately
aðron
deliberate change
alten
(n) organ
alva
(n) dawn
alviss
(n) kite
alfold
(n) age, era
aliþra
(n) grey squirrel
allb
(numeral) ten 17
allsh
(adj) young 914
agtr
(v) oppose
agtron
opposition
agos
(n) path IR2
agz
(v) blink
agzon
blink, eclipse
agren
(v) touch 1315b
agrenont
touching
angud
(v) die (n) death (adj) dead 17
angudont
dying
angl
(v) arrive 13
anglont
arrival

v

v
(v) know 8a8b15a15b15c16BT
vont
knower
vates
(n) whale
vash
(n) lash, whip, scourge
varrag
(n) lust
varn
(v,n) blame, accuse
varnon
blaming
vor
(n) heel
vort
(n) lie 18
vornu
(n) ship (large, sea-going sailing vessel)
vetrem
(n) carriage 13
velso
(n) mead
vrat
(n) brick BT
vret
(adj) sharp 9
vrim
(v) flee
vrimont
one who flees
vrima
beauty 10141515a15c
vituru
(n) mercy
vitsen
(n) cloves
virr
(v) fear 13
virron
(n) fear 13
vlakh
(n) folk 15bBT
vlant
(v) become 8111718
vlanton
becoming
vlon
allow
vlonont
allowing
vlond
(n) wound

p

pullen
(n) lake
pavrik
(n) service
parushk
(n) purpose 9101315a15bBT
pak
(v) blend
pakont
blender
panmab
(n) copper
panne
(adj) (describing motion) smooth, fluid, easy
palh
(v) wear
palhon
wearing
palm
(v) serve
palmont
servant
palk
(n,v) hit, strike, impact, blow
palkon
hitting
poh
(n) woman 8a10
pefd
(v) hold
pefdon
holding
pesht
(v) run
peshtont
runner
perret
(n) window
pellak
(n) carrot
pelgul
(n) fruit preserved in honey (v) make, give or share honeyed fruit
pelgulont
fruit preserver
prakau
(n) meaning; symbolism; effect of a spell
pivru
(n) eyelid
pidago
(n) palm of the hand
pirr
(n) sun 9
pill
(n) light 14
pluska
(n) ass, donkey
plurva
(n) muscle
plawan
(n) ford
(v) wade
plawanont
wading
pleh
(v) cover, wrap, apply
plehont
covering, application
plew
(v) bring 8b14
plewont
bringer

o

okhlo
(n) vagina, vulva
ostikh
(v) cure, pickle; (n) substance used to cure or pickle food; (adj) cured or pickled
ostikhon
curing, pickling
osf
(v) must 15b
ovlon
obligation to...
oskel
(n) small rowing boat
ovl
(v) can 8a915a15b15c
ovlon
ability to...
oplen
(n) glade
omtap
(v) attack 1317
omtapont
attacker
orpi
(n) sex
orokh
(n) element
orresh
(adj) missing, absent
orl
(n) law 8
orng
(v) should 8a
orngon
obligation to...
orwe
(adj) sad 15c
okol
(v) enclose
okolon
enclosure
onma
(n) night 14
olven
(n) honey
oltok
(adj) busy poem
olles
(n) saddle
olw
(v) might 891013
olwon
it being possible that...

h

hup
(n) coot
humost
(n) work undertaken as a payment; time spent working on a havrin's land; turn; rota
hurf
(n) smoke 18
hurras
(v) explore
hurrasont
explorer
hurg
(n) ogre; a sabre-toothed man-eating giant
huna
(n) world BT
hulz
(v) attempt
hulzon
attempter
huwis
(n) wool
habras
(n) barn
hassass
(n) snake, serpent
havrat
(n,v) mine, quarry
havratont
miner, quarryman
havrin
(n) a person who barters services, especially a craftsman whose clients farm land on his behalf
(v) barter services
havrinont
bartering of services
hapap
(n) happenstance, chance 15a
hazt
(n) skin
hashn
(n) west poem
harr
(n) ice
harr
(v) freeze
harront
freezing
harras
(n) winter 913IR2
harre
(adj) cold 13
hazhim
(v) meet for the first time, introduce
hazhimont
introduction
hal
(n) time 8a8b911131415a15b17BT18
halmur
(n) a heavy woolen cloak, fastened with a belt, sash or cord
hob
(n) bag 13
hoss
(v) stroke
hossont
stroking
hol
(n) person 88a8b101515a15b15c16BT18
holbos
(n) social gathering or group (v) meet socially
holbosont
associate, acquaintance, member
holag
(n) moustache
hemas
(n) cloud 18
heþ
(n) bone
herr
(v) flee
herront
fleeing
hrunek
(n) penis
hrab
(adj) red 131718
hraþ
storm
hrebnit
(n) ruby
hreng
(n) claw 9
hrœgas
(n) hypocrite; one who enjoys criticising others, but does no good himself
hime
(adj) white 1118
hirr
(v) fly
hirron
flight
hiris
(n) basil
hilkh
(v) blow
hilkhon
gust of wind
hilne
(n) wine
hlang
(v) marr, wound, spoil
hlangon
marring
hwast
(adj) grey
hœl
(n) wood
heul
(v) stir
heulont
stirring

z

zumen
(adj) ripe
zurvin
(n) thyme
zulbar
(n) service performed as reparation for wrongdoing
(v) offer or perform such service
zulbaront
person undertaking such service
zulið
(n) urine, (v) urinate
zuliðon
urination
zam
(n) tool 15a
zar
(n) plank, board, tablet, writing surface
zarre
(adj) easy 15a
zalt
(adj) precious
zaldep
(n) treasure 88b
zorref
(n) cirrus cloud
zehrab
(adj) female
zerrish
(n) bird 9
zel
(n) foot 9
zrak
(v) pull
zrakont: pulling
zeul
(n) fool

d

dunn
(v) reside, live, dwell 8BT
dunnon
inhabiting
dapt
(v) be the weather
dapton
weather
dah
(v) be 8a8b9101113141515a15c1617IR2BT18
dahont
being
damz
(adj) many 17
damr
(v) fight
damront
fighter
darid
(v) cook 11
daridont
(n) cook, chef
dosk
back
de
(pr) obviate 3p pronoun, see pronouns for details. 8b910131515b15c16poem18
devokt
(v) campaign
devokton
campaigning, campaign (n)
deodad
(n) amulet, charm
den
(numeral) two 1015b
degm
(v) feed 15b18
degmont
feeding
dris
(v) comfort 13
drison
comforter
dræ
(n) arm 18
dimut
(v) abandon
dimuton
abandoning
dirs
(adj) other 111415b15c1617BT
dirrim
(v) reach 13
dirrimon
reaching
dwall
(v) weave 15
dwallont
weaver

e

eban
(v) summon
ebanont
summoner
esard
(n) feeling, emotion 15b16
eskr
(v) ride
eskront
rider
esled
(v) drink 18
esledont
drinking
etni
(n) hand 1114
emnus
(n) oil (for anointing)
eml
(v) bless 14
emlont
blessing, beneficient 14
eþol
greet
eþolon
greeting
eþlin
(n) body
erig
(n) husband 14
ekrif
(n) grain 14
en
(n) thing 88a8b1011141515a15a15c15c16BTpoem
enþ
(v) trade IR2
enþon
trading
ennit
(adj) lithe 915
eða
(n) daughter
elru
(n) music 1515a15a15c
ell
(adj) new poem
ellbas
(n) flower 9
elnus
(n) semen
elg
(v) lick
elgon
licking
egrim
(v) assign
egrimont
assigner
enge
(conj) even/still
engru
(n) elbow
engl
(v) squander, waste
englon
squanderer, profligate, wastrel, prodigal
englam
(v) perceive 15c
englamont
perception
eyag
(n) tongue

f

futo
(adj) old 9poem
full
(v) grow 9
fullon
growth
fazran
gate
falna
(adj) safe
fost
(v) stop BT
fostont
stopping
folne
(n) mind 15
feshna
(n) breast
feld
(adj) each 16BT
frin
(adj) plain, clear
fi
(n) harmony, beauty arising from the unity of several things 15
fikhos
(n) lynx
figde
(n) field 14
flarr
(v) pour 14
flarron
pouring

m

musten
(v) dress, clothe
mustenont
dressing
murril
(n) ring
murni
(n) cheek
mulsa
(n) blanket IR2
mulv
(v,n) cuddle
mulvon
cuddling
mulk
(v)hurt
mulkon
hurting
mulli
(n) onion 11
mateb
(n) guard 8
matf
(v) seize
matfon
seizing
marush
(n) chestnut
mavris
(n) twilight, anything considered liminal
martu
(n) odd-one-out
martep
(v) guard 8b914
martepon
guarding
marmos
(n) seal
mark
(n) chief, leader 15
marks
(n) plan, counsel 1515a
marlun
(n) opal
makind
(v) rest, relax (esp after being busy)
makindon
relaxation, ease
malvur
(n) ground that is dangerous to walk on
malk
(v) stick, cling, adhere
malkon
sticky
mall
(adj) holy 88a8b14BT18
mag
(n) tree 14
margal
(n) hedge
most
(n) garment
mop
(n) toe
mod
(numeral) one 88b141517BT
morvin
(n, adj) unseasonal weather, out of place, ill-timed
morvin
(n) scythe
(v) mow
morvinont
mower
morga
(n) head
moldrid
(n) fog
mezzal
(adj) together 111416
men
(n) name that has a significant meaning BT
melst
(adj) next
meg
(v) step 915
megont
step (n) 9
misu
(adj) alone 8b15a15a18
misse
(n) virgin
mihyu
(n) cat 13
mir
(n) call 17
mæb
(n) size 11
mæn
(numeral) eleven
mœtas
(n) an act which, while not morally wrong, is avoided for social, cultural, or ritual reasons.
mœtes
(n) animal dung
mœvrisa
(n) sloe (adj) sour
mœviras
(n) fatigue caused by illness
mœz
(numeral) 144, a gross
mœza
(adj) great 813141515a15a
mœshu
(n) dough 11
mœrash
(v) disrupt, interrupt, distract
mœrashon
interruption

þ

þusti
(n) top BT
þurn
(numeral) twelve
þun
catch
þunont
catcher
þuni
sister
þakr
march
þakront
marching
þantur
(v) learn 131515a
þanturont
learner
það
(n) act, deed 1515a15b15cBT
(v) do 15c16
þaðont
doer
þangush
(n) event 10
þal
side
þoben
(n) token, coin
þoms
(v) doubt 16
þomson
doubter
þoma
(adj) calm poem
þorga
(n) oven 11
þemol
(n) month 13
þerkos
(n) bramble
þenos
(n) peace
þel
(v) live 915c
þelon
living thing 915c
þrast
(adj,v) free (n) freedom
þraston
liberation
þrokh
(n) thirst, drought
þrel
(v) spill 18
þrelon
spilling
þrenti
(n) excitement, anticipation
þirras
(n) red squirrel
þinosh
(v) entrance 13
þinoshon
entrancing
þæsk
(n) food IR2
þærul
(n) dream
þoa
(n) sea IR2

sh

shuþ
(n) thanks, gratitude
shuþ
(v) thank 14
shuþont
grateful
shav
(v) purge
shavont
purging
shavu
(n) waist
sharra
(n) hare
sharren
(n) harbour
shosh
(conj) but 88a8b131515b15cIR2
shevras
(n) a stimulus that triggers a memory
shest
(v) wash, bathe
sheston
washing
shelu
(n) calf (part of leg)
sheng
weapon
sheyag
(v) deny BT
sheyagont
denial
shrak
(v) tear to pieces 10
shrakont
tearing to pieces
shia
(adj) brown 11
shid
(v) remind 9
shidont
reminder
shilaf
(n) straw
sheurr
(v) seclude 8
sheurron
seclusion

r

rubina
(n) hood
rus
(n) young wild or carnivorous animal
ruse
(n) spoon
ruvka
(n) anus
ruh
(v) change (intransitive) especially as a result of a natural process
ruhont
natural change
ruhos
autumn
runa
(n) bed
rulbe
(n) mole
rug
(v) give 88a1415a15b15cBT
rugont
giver 8a
rakha
(n) arousal
raskans
(adj) complete
rasna
(n) testes, scrotum
ravnul
(n) galley (large, sea-going vessel propelled by oars)
raplat
(adj) hard, solid, rigid
rad
(numeral) three
rafk
(v) kill
rafkont
killing, murder
rashur
(v) seem 1515b
rashuron
appearance, illusion
rarn
(n) flank
rak
(v) thrust
rakont
thrusting
rakist
(n) scraper
(v) scrape
rakiston
scraping
rand
meet, especially as individuals or on a particular occasion
randon
meeting
ralbond
fence
rall
(n) ball 11
rovok
(n) buttocks
rosh
(n) wave
ronep
(n) belly
rol
(v) move 15a15b15c18
rolont
mover
rown
(v) pity
rownont
pity
retan
(v) appear, manifest 18
retanon
appearance, manifestation
revits
(v) penetrate sexually
revitson
sexual penetration
reftok
(n) spade
remb
(v) tell 8a 8b
rembont
narrator
remma
(n) paw 13
rennad
(n) silver 8b
relg
(n) house 88b101318
regosh
(v) change the properties of something by magic
regoshont
magical transformation; spell to change the properties of something
rissu
(adj) swift, fast
rimak
(n) crime 8
riþ
(v) flow
riþon
flowing
rik
(n) man 88a8b17BT
rinta
(n) hammered dulcimer
rœhel
(n) colour

i

issuli
egret poem
ist
(v) use 15c
istont
user
istul
(n,v) dye, stain, tint
istulon
dyer
isk
(n) son BT
iskraþ
(n) leftover food, especially after a feast
(v) reuse or distribute leftover food
iskraþon
distribution of leftovers
iv
(n) womb
ifet
(n) mint IR2
ifr-
(v) swim
ifron
swimming
imanþ
(n) wolf
imnil
(n) dimple
ishfir
(v) wander 8b
ishfiront
wandering
irib
(n) door 8
irrul
(adj) round 11
ikt
(n) key 8
ikol
(n) egg
iðu
eye 17
iðuzh
(v) see 8a131515a15bIR2BTpoem18
iðuzhon
vision, sight
iðra
(n) river
illunt
(n) gold 11
illeng
(n) festival
illit
(n) star 14
ingraþ
(n) holly
iyauh
(n,v) howl
iyauhon
howling

k

kubist
(n) heather
kusten
(n) amber
kutœ
(adj) smooth
kuvel
(n) cardamom
kuvik
(n) ankle
kulb
(n) fish
kulde
(n) personal taste, preference
kulesti
(n) chalk downland
kuln
(n) slab 18
katost
(n) billhook, (v) prune, pollard
katoston
pruning
katol
(v) put in order
katolon
one who puts in order
kams
(adj) few BT
kaþ
(n) grace, beauty of action15
karv
(numeral) four
karsta
(n) thigh
karra
(n) body of knowledge; corpus; library; tradition; expertise
karrast
(n) beam; strut; joist; structural timber.
karrkak
raven poem
kakstan
(adj) complicated 15c
kannit
(numeral) hundred 17
kalvis
(n) morsel, snack, treat, appetiser
kaldak
(n) lightning
kalw
(v) pay
kalwon
paying
kost
(n) hook, sickle, crescent
kosvan
(n) beard
kodrest
(n) a mythical creature that dwells in caves. Sometimes it appears as a man, sometimes as a fish. To pass safely through the caves, you must outwit the kodrest. If you kill a kodrest, you will become one yourself.
koreþ
(n) grandparent, ancestor
korru
(n) brow, forhead
koriþas
(n) monster, legendary creature, cryptid, paradox
korilsh
(n) dangerous stream or current, rapids, false ford
korkron
(n) ochre
kokel
(n) pear
konne
(n) wall
kest
(n) hail
kest
(n) beehive, skep
keskœ
(n) pair of breeches, trousers or similar garment
kedan
(v) disappear 18
kedanont
dissapearance
kemno
(n) city BT
kemni
(adj) green
kerurg
(n) mental block
kerun
(v) barter goods
kerunont
bartering of goods
kelv
(v) spend
kelvon
spending
kravosh
(n) sibling
kraþ
(n) heath
kral
(v) receive 15b
kralon
receiver 15b
krote
(n) fatigue caused by exertion
kretuk
(v) panic
kretukont
panic, panicky
krez
(v) clean
krezon: cleaning
kria
(n) blood
krivo
(n) skiff, barge
kivek
(n) pepper
kipast
(n) wedge
kiþur
(n) land suitable for grazing but not for cultivation
kishta
(n) bush, shrub
kirat
(v) chase away 1317
kiratont
one who chases away
kirf
(n) seed
kirrl
(n) effort 15
kilbul
(n) rice
klamb
(v) confine
klambon
confining
klo
(adj) yellow 13
klov
type 10
klop
(n) nut 1114
kæstu
(n) a rattle made by putting gravel in an animal skull
kæshro
(n) crystal
(adj) warm 14

n

navrot
(n) tally, inventory, storehouse keeper
naz
(n) way, manner 111515a15b15cIR2
narr
(v) betray (n) treachery (adj) treacherous 818
narron
act of betrayal
nakr
(v) close
nakront
closing
nant
bronze
nall
(adv) also 8a
nawn
(v) await 13
nawnon
awaiting
nevlap
(n) iron
neresh
(n) hair
nello
(adj) worthy
newt
(v) work 1315
newtont
worker 15
nisam
(v) return 8
nisamont
returnee
nirak
(v) reply
nirakont
replying
nið
(v) look 18
niðont
looking
nil
(n) young domestic or herbivorous animal
neunat
job, task

ð

ðanna
(n) small of the back
ðonu
(n) river delta
ðersh
(n) land IR2BT
ðerren
(v) survive 9
ðerrenon
survival
ðenka
(adj) hollow
ðela
(n) girl 14
ðirn
(n) sail
ðirnis
(v) sail
ðirnisont
sailor

zh

zhurin
(v) remit
zhurinont
remitting
zharab
(n) maternal aunt
zhi
(n) crest
zhert
(n) sky BT
zhel
(n) place 88b1113BT

l

luns
(v) weep
lunson
weeping
lunse
(n) tear 8b
lugs
(n) moon 14
luwes
(n) the unpleasant feeling that you are being watched by an unseen presence
lakhshi
(n) sky, heaven 15a
lateus
(n) fatigue caused by interrupted or insufficient sleep
lambab
stumble
lambabont
stumbling, clumsy
lara
plant
larnol
(n) spine, backbone
lansa
(adj) slow 13
lannt
(n) amount
lalam
(v) balance 13
lalamont
balancing
lalpi
jug, liquid measure somewhere between a pint and a quart
lot
father 10
lotan
(v) beget
lotanont
begetting
lomokh
sword
lorem
(v) begin 1315bBT18
loremont
beginner
lorm
(v) own 17
lormont
owner
lol
(conj) because 8a15c
levot
(n) oar
levni
(n) inner thigh
lepsu
(n) an object used to express the owner's emotions
leshn
(n) east BTpoem
lerv
(adj) due, proper
leng
(v) sing (n) song 101415b
lengont
singer
lisk
(adj) dear
liþ
(v) forget 18
liþont
forgetting
lirn
(v,n) awe
lirnont
awesome
linis
(n) spring 9IR2
lilpa
berry
lilin
(v) wriggle
lilinont
wriggling
pleasantly strange; arcane; esoteric; surprising; eye-opening

g

g
taste
gon
tasting
gosht
flavour
go beb vo
understand instinctively
gutme
(n) bread, loaf
gushn
(n) south
gulvash
(n) bowl, goblet, gibbous moon
(v) share wine or mead, pass round
gulvashont
sharing of wine or mead
gulshe
(n) marsh
gator
(n) order, sequence
gavagæ
(n) rabbit
gavram
(v) seduce selfishly
gavramon
seduction with selfish intent
gafat
(v) scatter BT
gafaton
scattering
gam
(v) try 16
gamont
trying
gampa
(n) cart drawn by horses or donkeys
gar
(n) mace, club
garmost
(n) remainder
garsh
(n) rage 88a
garrt
(adj) harsh
garrtu
(adj) fierce
garrþa
(n) heron
garku
(n) chicken
garw
(v) take 1315
garwon
taking
gan
hill
galbi
(n) lute
galm
(adj) steady
galgu
(adj) difficult 131515aIR2
gog
or 1018
gde
(adj) unnaturally wrong, creepy
ge
(adj) true 8a8b1015a15b16BT
gevra
(adj) certain 16
geruss
(n) fruit
gel
(v) go 81017
gelon
going
gelna
(n) leg
grakheþ
(n) bear
gravd
(n) beast 913
gram
(v) rise 14
gramon
rising
graþa
(n) desert
greþi
fingernail, toenail
grenna
(n) shore, beach IR2
griv
(n) farm
grikht
(v) irritate 10
grikhtont
irritating 10
groam
(v) repay
groamon
repaying
groaln
(v) deserve
groalnon
deserving
gitomm
(v) travel BTIR2
gitommon
journey
givrok
(n) earth 9
gins
(v,n) dance 91515a15b15c
ginson
dancing 1515a15c
ginnet
(n) bead
gilfra
(n) ivy
gla
(n) salt 11
glaf
(n) horse 17
glaurr
(n) a substance used in black magic, made by mixing the blood of an animal sacrificed to a demon with molten sulphur. (interj) a swearword
glæs
(n) spirit 8a8b1415b18
gwend
(v) hide 88a8b1315
gwendont
hiding 15
gaurrukh
(n) person who evades his humost, freeloader
(adj) lazy, greedy, expecting something for nothing
gærri
(n) tower BT
gæl
(n) valley
gœmwe
(adj) jealous 10

ng

ngab
(numeral) seven
ngabr
defy
ngabront: defiance
ngang
unless
ngip
(int) On the contrary, yes
ngimri
(n) an apparent weakness that is actually a strength

y

y-
(pr) Personal pronoun, determined by person ending. 88a8b9101113141515a15b15c1617IR2BTpoem18
yub
(v) marry 14
yubont
marriage
yurish
(adj) good 8a1415a16IR2
yap
;al 13
yaru
(adj) ready 11
yalte
(n) sheep
yag
(v) say, speak 88a8b1417BT
yagon
speech, language BT
yorr
(numeral) nine
yetol
(adj) sudden 17
yeks
(n) boy 91314
yeðozh
(v) watch 15b
yeðozhont
watcher
yelt
(adj) bold
yelmit
(v) honour 14
yelmitont
honour (n)
yeng
(n) voice 1515a15c
yilass
(n) leaf
yilm 
(n) flour 11

w

wavet
storage pit, cubby-hole, cellar, alcove
warl
(v,n) yawn
warlon
yawning
waka
(n) duck
walpa
(n) soap
walng
(v) lay
walngon
laying
worza
(n) goose
wold
(v) mix 11
woldont
mixer
wenu
(int} indeed not 10
wit
(v,n) play 91015c
witont
player
wiþ
(v) have 811131415BT
wiþont
possessor
wirss
(v) hurl 8
wirssont
one who hurls
waun
(n) tide

au

aurush
(n) orgasm

æ

æsvaþ
(v) love (has connotations of marriage and sex) 14
æsvaþont
love 14
æmash
(v) seduce lovingly
æmashont
seduction with loving intent
æmrag
(adj) important 16
æþli
(n) yew
ærkr
(v) heal
ærkront
healer
ælg
(n) shade 14

oa

oang
(v) conquer
oangont
conqueror

œ

œsal
(n) cinnamon
œma
(n) air 14
œmni
(adj) sick 9

eu