Senjecas dict. a

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Pronunciation table

p b f v m t d þ ð ɫ l ż s z r n k g x ƣ h ȝ š i e a ǫ o u ĭ ĕ ŭ
/p/ /b/ /ɸ/ /β/ /m̥/ /m/ /t/ /d/ /θ/ /ð/ /l̥/ /l/ /ʦ/ /ʣ/ /s/ /z/ /ɾ̥/ /n/ /k/ /g/ /ç/ /ʝ/ /j̊/ /j/ /sʷ/ /sʲ/ /i/ /e/ /ä/ /ɒ/ /o/ /u/ /ɪ/ /ɛ/ /ʊ/


Alphabets

lat gre cyr arm geo dev gla run tng heb arb tif kat hir han
a
aa
α
a
ā

აა
ա
աա


ᚨᚨ

ⰰⰰ
אַ
אַֽ
ا

ⴰⴰ

アー

あー

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Notes

  1. affx = affix, either a prefix or a suffix, e.g., al-, prefix for negating a substantive.
  2. comp = a word made of two or more roots, e.g., aivða̋li, adj. verdant < a̋ivi, grass; ða̋li, adj. green.
  3. derv = derivative, a word derived from a root, e.g., alȝa̋f̨i, adj. unbreakable < ȝa̋fa, t.v. break.
  4. gram = grammar, a morpheme denoting a grammatical aspect of a word, e.g., -as-, the suffix for forming the inceptive (INCEP) aspect.
  5. poly = a word having a meaning similar to that of the original lemma, e.g., a̋a̋gi, adj. acerbic < a̋a̋gi, adj. acidic.
  6. These words are not numbered, as only lemmata are numbered.
  7. Words in red indicate an object or concept that did not exist in Sefdaania.
  8. Abbreviations in green denote the specific area of specialization, e.g., [Tele.], telephone.
  9. At the end of each alphabetic section is a legend, e.g., Total: 64/13+8/61%. This means that there are 64 root words (lemmata) of which 31 are verbs and eight are adjectives which can be treated as stative verbs. The last number means that 61 percent of the vocabulary is verbs.


Dictionary

  • a001 a̋a̋, intrj. yes [> Aleut aang, yes].
  • a002 a̋a̋d|a, i.v. thirst, be thirsty (for, o) [> Telugu ār_u, be dry]. -i, adj. thirsty. -o, thirst.
  • poly a̋a̋gi, adj. acerbic. [< a̋a̋gi, adj. acidic].
  • a003 a̋a̋|ȝa, morning [> English early]. -iga̋a̋ȝo, morning song, lauds. -im̃unga̋a̋ȝo, aubade. -iṡűke, morning star. -ȝa, i.v. morning is breaking. -ȝe̋d=a, i.v. eat breakfast. =o, breakfast. -ȝi, adj. morning.
  • a004 a̋a̋k|o, autumn leaf [> Telugu āku, leaf]. -a, colored leaf month (Aug 18-Sep 16).
  • a005 a̋a̋|ma, 1. t.v. water; dilute, water (down). 2. i.v. alight on water [>Tamil a/ām, water]. -me, flowing water. -ma̋ið=a, t.v. scald. =o, scald. -markĕda̋ro, cistern, reservoir. -mri, adj. watery, water-logged. -m̨őőnu, Child of Water.
  • a006 a̋a̋m̃|a, 1. t.v. listen to. 2. i.v. listen [> English auditory]. -i, adj. audient, listening. -lu, listener. -lus, audience. -o, audition.
  • a007 a̋a̋n|a, 1. t.v. ring, encircle, surround. 2. i.v. form a ring or rings [> English anus]. -o, ring; arena; annulus. -ra, encirclement.
  • a008 a̋a̋r|a, 1. t.v. expand. 2. i.v. expand [> English area]. -ri, adj. open, unobstructed. -ra, expanse; area, field of action, sphere, scope, realm, domain, -dom. -si, adj. expansive.
  • a009 a̋a̋s|a, i.v. glow. -o, glow.
  • a010 a̋a̋|ti, adj. quick, swift, fleet, speedy [> Old English ǣdre, quickly]. -þta, quickness, swiftness. -þvi, adv. quickly.
  • a011 a̋a̋þ|a, 1. t.v. incinerate, ignite, set-, -fire to, -on fire, fire [furnace, etc.], light [candle, match, etc.], detonate; fig. squander. 2. i.v. kindle-, start-, -a fire, incinerate, ignite, fire [furnace, etc.] [> Sanskrit átharvan, fire priest]. -þe, fire. -þɠősko, match. -þǧarsa̋a̋ra, vulcanology. -þkı̋sto, fire carrier. -þlo, incinerator; lighter. -þm̃i, adj. igneous, fiery. -þna̋n=o, firework. =ı̋ȝo, fireworks. -þpe̋nto, fuse, firer. -þra, ignition, combustion, detonation. -þsi, adj. incendiary. -þs̨őőmi, adj. fireproof, non-combustible. -þűűra, pyrotechnics. -þże, conflagration. -þ̨őőnu, Pyran, Child of Fire.
  • a012 a̋a̋v|a, i.v. yawn; gape, be ajar [> Tamil āvi, yawn]. -o, yawn; gap.
  • a013 a-, demon. proclitic, that [> Tamil a, that].
  • a014 aa̋, intrj. ah! [exclamation denoting pleasure or admiration].
  • a015 á|da, postp. among(st), with, within [> English ad-]. -ðne̋e̋m=a, 1. t.v. contribute to, take part-, participate-, interest o.s.-, -in; get into. 2. i.v. contribute, take part, participate. =anti, adj. interesting. =i, adj. interested (in). [Gen.]. =lu, participant, member. =ra, interest.
  • a016 áf|a, postp. off (of), from, of; na̋a̋m̃om áf! all ashore! [> English ab-]. -v̌e̋e̋þru, offworlder.
  • a017 a̋|ga, 1. t.v. sin. 2. i.v. sin (against, þóósa) [English ache]. -gi, adj. sinful. -go, sin. -ƣlu, sinner. -ƣta, sinfulness.
  • a018 a̋h|a, i.v. pass-, spend-, -the day [> Sanskrit áhar, day]. -a, day (24-hour period); ~ a̋han, adv. day-, -by-, -after-, -day; i-~am éna, adv. nowadays. -f̬őþo, daytime, daylight. -i, adj. daily. -lű=ka, date. =xta̋ga, calendar [system]. =xta̋go, calendar [object]. -mi, adj. diurnal, quotidian. -tőda, daybreak. -vi, adv. daily.
  • a019 aı̋, intrj., then, apparently [in expressions of astonishment, disapproval, sarcasm, wonder or surprise].
  • a020 a̋i|ða, 1. t.v. burn-, [-down, -up]. 2. i.v. burn- [-down, -up], be on fire; sting, smart [> English ether]. -ði, adj. on fire, ablaze, afire, aflame. -ðta, (in)flammability, combustibility. -ðo, burn. -ðmazt̬i, burn ointment. -ðra, burning, combustion. -ðt̬i, corrosive, caustic. -ðve̋do, burning glass. -a̋ið̨i, adj. combustible, (in)flammable.
  • a021 a̋iɫ|i, adj. notorious, infamous. [> Old English ǟwisc, dishonor]. -ta, notoriety, infamy.
  • a022 a̋i|na, t.v. praise, laud, exalt [> Greek αἵνος, praise]. -nk̬őini, adj. praiseworthy. -no, praise, laud. -nra, praise. -nsa̋m̃os, panegyric. -n̨i, adj. laudable.
  • a023 a̋i|sa, 1. t.v. revere, reverence. 2. i.v. revere [> German Ehre, honor]. -sma̋a̋ma, form of address by a younger person to an older woman. -sna̋a̋=a, awe. =i, adj. awesome. =ri, adj. awestricken, awestruck. -sra, reverence. -sta̋a̋ta, form of address by a younger person to an older man. -s̨i, adj. reverend.
  • a024 a̋iṡ|a, 1. t.v. point, taper. 2. i.v. taper [> English acute]. -i, adj. pointed, tapering. -o, point; extremity.
  • a025 a̋i|ti, adj. many-colored, motley, variegated, stained [glass] [Sanskrit éta-, variegated]. -tı̋d̨a, t.v. variegate. -þra, variegation, variation. -þve̋do, stained glass.
  • comp aivða̋li, adj. verdant [< a̋ivi, grass; ða̋li, adj. green].
  • P.N. aivf̨a̋ga, grass-sprouting month (Mar 21-Apr 19).
  • a026 a̋|ȝa, t.v. grant, accord, vouchsafe [> English etiology]. -ira, grant, accordance, concession.
  • affx al-, prefix for negating a substantive [it takes an accent when required], a-, un- [> Malayalam alla, not thus].
  • a027 ala̋a̋, intrj. hello [expression of greeting]; ahoy.
  • a028 a̋la, i.v. grow [> English aliment].
  • derv ala̋ɠi, adj. impeccable, flawless.
  • derv ala̋ṡ̨i, adj. immovable, immobile.
  • derv ala̋u|i, adj. imperceptible. -ðĭta, imperceptibility.
  • derv albőőuli, adj. still [of a wine].
  • derv albűri, adj, incontrovertible.
  • derv alde̋vt̬i, anesthesia.
  • derv aldűűr̨i, adj. unforgivable.
  • derv alðe̋żi, adj. indissoluble, insoluble.
  • a030 ale̋, intrj. hello there! [> Parji ale, vocative exclamation].
  • derv álǧiitőðm̃i, adj. inorganic.
  • derv al̤ı̋ða|þi, adj. inviolate. -þ̨i, adj. inviolable.
  • derv alȝa̋|f̨i, adj. unbreakable, break-proof. -fn̨e̋mi, adj. adamantine.
  • derv alȝe̋e̋ri, adj. out of season, unseasonable.
  • derv alke̋ni, adj. easy, simple.
  • derv alkísu, adv. by no means.
  • derv alkı̋ı̋ƣta, non-violence, ahimsa.
  • derv alk̬a̋ti, adj. uncorrupted, pristine.
  • derv alk̬őőinmi, adj. inestimable.
  • derv al̤űḳi, adj. uncountable, countless, numberless, innumerable.
  • derv alma̋a̋ƣi, adj. impossible.
  • derv alme̋e̋i, inan. adj. several.
  • derv alme̋e̋iþ̇i, adj. unchangeable, invariable, unalterable, immutable.
  • derv alme̋e̋ƣi, adj. unfavorable, unpropitious, inauspicious.
  • derv alme̋|ȝi, adj. immeasurable, immense. -ita, immensity.
  • derv almőni, adj. frequent, sporadic.
  • derv alm̃e̋daþ|i, adj. unmarried, single, celibate. -ta, celibacy.
  • derv alm̃e̋iðmi, adj. undivided.
  • derv alm̃e̋|ȝi, adj. nonsensical, inane. -ita, nonsense, inanity.
  • derv alm̃e̋umi, anim. adj. several.
  • derv alm̃ı̋k̨i, adj. indefeasible.
  • derv alm̃ı̋ı̋si, adj. non-poisonous, non-toxic.
  • derv alna̋|ki, adj. invisible. -xta, invisibility.
  • derv alne̋ki, adj. inadequate, poor.
  • derv alne̋si, adj. uncertain, unsure, unsafe.
  • derv alne̋|ṡ̨i, adj. immortal. -ṡĭta, immortality.
  • derv alne̋ud̨i, adj. unavailable, busy [Tele.].
  • derv alnőőni, adj. impatient.
  • derv alőƥi, adj. ineligible.
  • derv alpa̋ri, adj. unequal.
  • derv alpe̋e̋li, adj. unoccupied, free.
  • derv alpőől̨i, adj. inimitable.
  • derv alpűűi, adj. unspoiled, pristine.
  • dervalp̌e̋e̋|gi, adj. unresponsive; immune. -ƣta, immunity; ~m a̋uta, immunize.
  • derv alƥűtaþi, adj. uncreated.
  • derv alsa̋a̋i, adj. insatiable.
  • derv alse̋e̋iði, adj. indirect.
  • derv alse̋h|i, adj. invincible, unconquerable, insuperable, indomitable. -ta, invincibility.
  • derv alṡa̋a̋mi, adj, imperishable.
  • derv alṡűði, adj. unsullied, pristine.
  • derv alṡűri, adj. unstable.
  • derv alta̋a̋|bi, adj. disobedient, contrary, froward, unruly. -vta, disobedience, contrariness.
  • derv alta̋ɠi, adj. intangible, abstract.
  • derv alte̋isi, adj. uncomfortable, inconsolable.
  • derv alte̋ui, adj. careless.
  • derv altőli, adj. involuntary.
  • derv altősi, adj. indefinite.
  • derv alþőri, adj. illegal, unlawful, illegitimate, unjust.
  • derv alþűmi, adj. unintelligible, incomprehensible, inapprehensible, incoherent.
  • derv alűvi, adj. unreal.
  • derv alva̋a̋di, adj. unusual.
  • derv alvı̋ni, adj. unimportant.
  • derv alza̋gi, adj. undisturbed, sound.
  • derv alże̋e̋ȝi, adj. undeveloped, primitive.
  • derv alże̋id̨i, adj. undigestible.
  • a031 a̋m|a, 1. t.v. evade. 2. i.v. evade, tergiversate [> Turkish emek, bother]. -i, adj. evasive, tergiversant. -lu, evader, tergiversator. -ra, evasion, tergiversation.
  • a032 amvőr|o, bucket, pail, tub [> English amphora]. -pe̋e̋lo, bucketful.
  • a033 a̋n|i, adj. other, else; a.s. (a̋no sam̃őm), in other words, namely, i.e [> English other]. -a̋nu, recip. pron. each other, one another. -dőő=a, i.v. reciprocate. =i, adj. reciprocal. =ra, reciprocation. =ta, reciprocity. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. alienate, make something another's. -ȝa̋a̋=a, i.v. retaliate. =ra, retaliation, reprisal. -kı̋a, i.v. interact. -o, pron. other [thing]. -u, pron. other [one], another; ~us..~us, some…others. -va̋a̋=ga, i.v. quote. =ı̋d̨a, t.v. quote. =o, quotation. =ȝi, adj. quotable. -váu, adv. elsewhere. -vi, adv. else, otherwise.
  • a034 án|a, postp. up (to) [> English on]. -ga̋ra, Assumption. -þim, adv. aloft. -u, adv. up.
  • a035 ande̋r|u, lord, lady, seigneur; sir, madam [> Low Navarrese andre, lady]. -i, adj. seigneurial. -ta, lordship.
  • a036 ane̋r|u, ancestor; se̋f ~un éha, from seven generations [> English android]. -ǧe̋nu, first female ancestor. -i, adj. ancestral. -ȝőm̃a, ancestral right. -m̃ı̋ı̋ru, first male ancestor. -rı̋ı̋nmo, pedigree, family tree. -ta, ancestry, pedigree.
  • a037 anga̋ru, courier, envoy, emissary [> English angel].
  • a038 angű, intrj. stop!, cut it out!, don’t do it! [> Inupik angusô, stop!].
  • a039 a̋n|i, adj. convenient [> Telugu anuvu, convenience]. -ta, convenience.
  • a040 ante̋ri, adj. other of two [> English other].
  • a041 a̋|pi, adj. away, absent [English ab-]. -fta, absence. -pa, postp. from, away from. -away. -pa̋ṡa, t.v. drive-, force-, -out. -pő, intrj. begone, clear-, -off, -out!, keep-, -away, -off; ma̋nos ~!, hands off! -pu, adv. away; þif~, far-, -away, -out.
  • a042 a̋ƣ|a, t.v. depress [emotionally], dispirit, dishearten [> English ail]. -i, adj. depressed, dispirited, disheartened. -ra, depression. -si, adj. depressive. -t̬i, depressant.
  • a043 a̋r|i, adj. rare, precious [> Tamil aru, rare]. -a, t.v. treasure. -o, treasure.
  • a044 ara̋, intrj. quite so, exactly, precisely; ~ ne, quite the contrary, not exactly [> Greek u>αρα</u>, naturally].
  • a045 áru, adv. scarcely, hardly, barely, just.
  • gram -as-, suffix for forming the inceptive (INCEP) aspect [> Low Navarrese hasi, begin].
  • a046 a̋sa, i.v. catch fire [> Turkish sɨǯak, hot].
  • a048 a̋st|i, adj. cunning [> English astute]. -ta, cunning.
  • a049 asűr|u, prince [> Mansi ātǝr, prince]. -a̋a̋r̈a, principality, princedom. -i, adj. princely. -ka̋a̋=da, t.v. kill the prince. =ðlu, prince-killer. =ðra, prince-killing.
  • a047 a̋|ṡa, t.v. put-, set-, -in motion, move, set working, drive, force; activate, actuate, affect, turn on; put forth [leaves, branches, etc.] [> English act]. -ṡi, adj. astir, afoot, in-, -motion, -action. -sra, movement, motion. -sgı̋ı̋ros, movie. -ṡ̨i, adj. movable, mobile.
  • a050 a̋|ta, 1. t.v. traverse, pace off, frequent. 2. i.v. go [> English annual]. -to, way, route. -ta, postp. by way of. -þra, way, route.
  • a051 átu, adv. but, only, merely, just [> Lat. at, but].
  • a052 aþ-, son/daughter of [> Korean adɨl, son].
  • a053 , intrj. exclamation of pain, confusion, or anger.
  • a054 a̋u|ba, t.v. sound, plumb. -bi, adj. perpendicular, vertical. -vðűűo, plumb line, plummet.
  • a055 a̋uð|a, t.v. perceive. -ð̨i, adj. perceptible. -ðra, perception.
  • a056 a̋u|ka, 1. t.v. keep, preserve. 2. i.v. keep, preserve. -xt̬i, preservative.
  • a057 a̋ul|a, 1. t.v. advise, counsel, recommend. 2. i.v. counsel. -ı̋ȝu, council. -l̤u, advisor, counselor. -o, advice, counsel, recommendation.
  • a058 a̋um|i, adj. sorry, shabby, wretched, miserable [> Etruscan aum, wretched]. -ta, shabbiness, wretchedness. -u, wretch.
  • a059 a̋us|a, east [> English east]. -a, i.v. move-, travel-, -east. -te̋ri, adj. eastern, easterly, oriental. -þi, adv. in the east. -þim, adv. eastwards. -þis, adv. from the east.
  • a060 a̋u|ta, t.v. give away, dispose of, confer, bestow (on, éna), dispense [> German öde, desolate]. -þra, disposal, conferral, bestowal.
  • a061 a̋uv|i, adj. strange, alien [to, éha]. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. alienate, estrange (from, éha). -ra, alienation, estrangement. -ta, strangeness. -u, stranger, alien.
  • a062 a̋|vi, adj. immediate. -vfésvi, adv. just now [past]. -vímu, adv. just now [present]. -vta, instant, immediacy. -v̈i, adv. immediately, right-, -away, -now, at once, instantly, forthwith.
  • a063 axők|o, fishbone [> Old Greek αkωk, spearpoint]. -i, adj. (fish-)bony.
  • a064 a̋za, 1. t.v. pervade. 2. i.v. insinuate [> Konda al-, be perceived].
  • a065 a̋żo, axle(tree); axis [> English axis].

Total: 65/33+6/60%