Senjecas dict. k

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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 grk cyr arm geo dev gla run tng heb arb kat hir han
k κ к կ כ ک
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Notes

  1. affx = affix, either a prefix or a suffix, e.g., -k-, noun diminutive or endearment suffix, e.g., ṡűke, star; ṡűxko, asterisk.
  2. comp = compound, a word of two or more words, e.g., kana̋pi, hemp + ma̋żo, oil = kánafma̋żo, hemp oil.
  3. derv = a word derived from a root, e.g., kákam̃a̋a̋gu, chocolatier < kaka̋m̃o, chocolate + -a̋a̋gu, nominal agentive suffix.
  4. poly = a word with a different but related sense, e.g., kődo, crescent < kőda, cut with a sickle).
  5. These words are not numbered, as only lemmata are numbered.
  6. Words in red indicate an object or concept that did not exist in Sefdaania.
  7. At the end of each alphabetic section is a legend, e.g., Total: 144/110+13/85%. This means that there are 144 root words (lemmata) of which 110 are verbs and 13 are adjectives which can be treated as stative verbs. The last number means that 85 percent of the vocabulary is verbs.


Dictionary

  • affx -k-, noun diminutive or endearment suffix, -et(te), -kin, -ling, -ule, e.g., ṡűke, star; ṡűxko, asterisk.
  • k001 ka̋a̋|da, 1. t.v. kill, murder, slay. 2. i.v. kill, murder [> Tamil kātu, kill]. -di, adj. homicidal. -ðlu, killer, murderer, slayer, homicide. -ðra, killing, murder, slaying, homicide. -ðsi, adj. murderous, homicidal.
  • k002 ka̋a̋k|a, 1. t.v. choke, gulp (down). 2. i.v. choke, gulp, strangle. -o, gulp.
  • k003 kaal-, adj. prefix for dark colors, e.g., kaalða̋li, dark green [> English caliginous].
  • k004 ka̋a̋m|a, 1. t.v. fragment. 2. i.v. fragment. -o, morsel, fragment, bite, tid-bit, bit.
  • k005 ka̋a̋m̃|a, 1. t.v. shriek, bray; screech, crow. 2. i.v., bray; bell; screech, crow. -o, shriek, screech, crow.
  • k006 ka̋a̋p|a, t.v. measure (off) [a piece of land] [> Greek κῆπος, garden]. -o, real estate, piece of land, lot.
  • k007 ka̋a̋r|a, i.v. praise loudly, mention with praise, eulogize. -o, eulogy.
  • k008 ka̋a̋|ta, i.v. assert, aver [> Tamil cār_-r_u, publish]. -to, assertion. -þra, assertion.
  • k009 ka̋a̋þ|a, i.v. knock [of hooves] [> Mongolian qatari-, trot]. -o, knocking of hooves.
  • k010 ka̋a̋v|a, i.v. apply red ocher [> Tamil kāvi, red ocher]. -o, red ocher.
  • k011 ka̋|a, t.v. like, be fond of, go in for. -ra, fondness.
  • k012 ka̋|ba, 1. t.v. dissimulate. 2. i.v. dissimulate. -vra, dissimulation, guile.
  • k013 ka̋|da, 1. t.v. rob; abduct, deprive, bereave [of, éha]. 2. i.v. rob. -ðlu, robber, burglar, brigand, bandit. -ðra, robbery, burglary, bereavement.
  • k014 ka̋ð|a, 1. t.v. cover (up). 2. i.v. cover [> English hat]. -fe̋e̋to, pseudonym. -i, adj. -covered, -capped. -ko, lid, cap. -mőto, coverage. -o, cover, covering. -sa̋m̃o, code word.
  • k015 ka̋ig|a, i.v. squint [> English cecum]. -i, adj. squint-eyed. -o, squint.
  • k016 ka̋il|i, adj. unhurt, safe and sound, whole, intact, unscathed, in good condition [> English hale]. -ta, wholeness, good condition.
  • k017 ka̋im̃|a, i.v. live alone [> English celibate]. -i, adj. alone, single; solitary; individual. -ta, solitude, isolation. -vi, alone.
  • k018 ka̋i|pa, t.v. spite. -fra, spite. -fri, adj. spiteful.
  • k019 ka̋i|ti, adj. happy, pleased [> Etruscan caiti, be happy]. -þta, happiness, mirth.
  • k020 ka̋|ȝa, 1. t.v. look like. 2. i.v. look, appear, up; seem, look; come out [of the sun] [> Saami guojeti-, get clearer]. -ivi, adv. apparently, seemingly, ostensibly. -ȝi, adj. apparent, seeming, ostensible. -ȝo, appearance; look, semblance, apparition.
  • k021 ka̋|ka, i.v. cackle, cluck [> English cackle]. -k̬i, adj. gallinaceous.
  • derv kákam̃a̋a̋gu, chocolatier [< kákam̃e, chocolate; -a̋a̋gu, suffix denoting profession or occupation]
  • k022 ka̋l|i, adj. hard, difficult; harsh, rough, severe, stern, austere [> English callus]. -ta, difficulty, problem, trouble, matter, hardness, trial; harshness, roughness, severity, sternness, austerity; insensitivity. -tı̋ı̋do, asceticism. -þűka, feat. -űt=as, insensitivity, insensibility. =i, adj. insensitive, callous. -vi, adv. hard.
  • k023 ka̋lno, narrow-, -alley, -path [> Spanish calle, street].
  • derv ka̋m|a, 1. t.v. hoard. 2. i.v. hoard [< ka̋me, hamster]. -lu, hoarder. -o, hoard.
  • k024 ka̋mṡo, bag made of bark.
  • k025 ka̋mþu, archon [> Etruscan camthi, low ranking official].
  • k026 ka̋n|a, 1. t.v. chant. 2. i.v. chant [> English chant]. -lu, chanter. -o, chant.
  • comp kana̋|pi, hemp. -fma̋żo, hemp oil. -pőőro, canvas.
  • derv kana̋|pi, adj. hempen, resembling hemp. -ƥőni, adj. hempen, made of hemp.
  • k027 ka̋nsu, folk [Pyran name for themselves] [> Finnish kansa, folk].
  • k028 ka̋|pa, 1. t.v. float, drift. 2. i.v. float, drift. -fna̋ǧo, driftwood. -fṡűto, flotsam. -pa, drift. -pi, adj. adrift, afloat, buoyant. -po, float, drift [of timber].
  • poly ka̋p̌u, tedious person.
  • k029 ka̋ƣ|a, t.v. stir (up) [> English shake]. -lo, stirrer, paddle.
  • k030 ka̋r|a, t.v. fine, sentence [> Latin carināre]. -o, fine, sentence.
  • poly ka̋rki, adj. withering, barbed, stinging [of words].
  • k031 ka̋s|a, t.v. prohibit, forbid, ban, proscribe, forfend; exile [> Korean kǝsɨrɨ-, oppose]. -aþu, exile. -fűro, forbidden forest. -ra, prohibition, ban; exile.
  • k032 ka̋|ṡa, 1. t.v. accuse. 2. i.v. accuse [> Udmurt kusui̮-, reproach]. -slu, accuser, plaintiff. -ṡaþu, defendant. -ṡi, accusatory. -ṡo, accusation.
  • k033 ka̋|ti, adj. sudden, abrupt [> Kannada caṭakkane, all at once]. -þta, suddenness, abruptness. -þvi, adv. suddenly, abruptly, all of a sudden, all at once.
  • k034 ka̋|þa, 1. t.v. mingle, mix, blend, combine, concoct, merge; shuffle; alloy. 2. i.v. mingle, mix, blend, combine, merge [> Turkish kat, mix]. -þe, mongrel. -þi, adj. various, diverse, miscellaneous. -þı̋ȝo, miscellany, variety. -þĭta, miscibility. -þo, mixture, mix, medley, combination, blend, compound, melange, alloy; meld [cards]. -þra, combination, composition, concoction, merger. -þ̨i, adj. miscible, mixable, combinable.
  • k035 ka̋u|a, 1. t.v. take-, let-, lift-, -down, lower; ȝe̋kom ~, lower-, drop-, -the voice; bring low, humiliate, degrade, abase. 2. i.v. knuckle under. -i, adj. humiliated. -ra, humiliation, degradation, abasement.
  • k036 ka̋up|a, 1. t.v. trot. 2. i.v. trot. -o, trot.
  • k037 ka̋us|a, 1. t.v. doom, fate, destiny. 2. i.v. draw lots [> Greek kαυνός, lot]. -i, adj. fated, doomed. -o, lot. -őpa, lottery, drawing. -pe̋e̋lno, lot cup. -ra, fate, destiny, doom. -ri, adj. fateful. -ta̋ino, tie.
  • k038 ka̋v|a, t.v. scandalize. -i, adj. scandalous. -ra, scandal.
  • k039 ka̋x|a, t.v. deserve, merit [> Etruscan qaxu, merit]. -i, adj. meritorious, deserving, creditable, just, meet. -o, merit.
  • k040 ke̋e̋d|a, t.v. pass [> English -ceed].
  • k041 ke̋e̋|ȝa, 1. t.v. transgress, infringe. 2. i.v. pass beyond [> Japanese e-, transgress]. -ilu, transgressor. -ira, transgression.
  • k042 ke̋e̋r|a, t.v. tell, narrate [> Kurukh khīrī, tale]. -lu, storyteller. -o, tale, fable, story.
  • k043 ke̋e̋s|a, 1. t.v. while (away). 2. i.v. spend time, hang out, loiter [> Old Prussian kīsman, while]. -a, postp. since. -ra, [non-specific]. time, while, age; ~a̋s éna, in time.
  • k044 ke̋e̋|ta, t.v. commend. [> Sanskrit katthate, praise]. -ti, adj. commendatory. -to, commendation. -t̨i, adj. commendable. -þra, commendation.
  • k045 ke̋e̋þ|a, 1. t.v. scoff-, jeer-, (-at), sneer (at). 2. i.v. scoff, jeer [> Swedish häda, scold]. -o, scoff, jeer, sneer.
  • comp keezkőőno, doeskin [ke̋e̋że, doe; kőőno, leather].
  • k046 ke̋|ga, 1. t.v. hook (on), grapple. 2. i.v. hook, grapple [> English hake]. -i, adj. hooked. -ƣlo, hook, grapple.
  • onom kekekű, cock-a-doodle-doo.
  • k047 ke̋la, i.v. have to, must, had better; be-, -said-, -supposed-, -to, shall, should [> English shall].
  • k048 ke̋l̨|a, t.v. size, birdlime. -o, birdlime, size, sizing.
  • k049 kem̃e̋lo, egg shell.
  • k050 ke̋n|a, i.v. take-, -pains, -trouble, make an effort, do one's best [> Latin cōnārī, attempt]. -i, adj. troublesome, irksome, difficult, painstaking. -ra, trouble, pains, effort. -ta, irksomeness.
  • k051 ke̋p|a, t.v. cover [as with a blanket], tuck in [> Old Greek σκέπας, covering]. -o, cover(let), covering.
  • k052 ke̋|ra, 1. t.v. return (to), get back (to); give back. 2. i.v. return, come-, go-, get-, -back. -r̈a, return.
  • k053 kerte̋sno, portion, helping, ration.
  • k054 ke̋|sa, i.v. pass-, spend-, -the spring [> Finnish kesä, summer]. -sa, spring (Mar 21- May 21). -sa̋rno, early summer festival (May 5). -si, adj. estival.
  • derv keta̋a̋gu, muleteer [< ke̋te, mule; -a̋a̋gu, suffix denoting profession or occupation].
  • k055 ketűpo, hollow noise.
  • comp keþre̋e̋sa, t.v. outrun [kéþu, exceedingly; re̋e̋sa, i.v. run].
  • k056 kéþu, adv. exceedingly, (way) too, way, so, long [> Japanese kátsu, moreover].
  • k057 ke̋u|da, i.v. work-, perform-, -a miracle. -di, adj. miraculous. -do, miracle. -ðlu, miracle worker.
  • k058 ke̋ulo, shell [> Greek σκύλος, animal skin].
  • k059 ke̋uv|a, 1. t.v. veer, swerve. 2. i.v. veer, swerve. -ra, veer, swerve.
  • k060 kı̋ı̋|da, t.v. chop, hash, hack; slash [garments] [> Tamil kīr_u, slit]. -do, hack, stroke [with an axe, etc.]. -ðfa̋lo, chopping board. -ðsı̋ı̋mlo, cleaver.
  • k061 kı̋ı̋ð|a, i.v. pass-, spend, -the late-winter [> Saami gid, spring]. -a, late winter (Jan 21-Mar 20). -i, adj. wintry, hibernal, hiemal. -pa̋rta, late winter equinox (Mar 20). -sa̋rno, vernal festival (Feb 2).
  • k062 kı̋ı̋h|a, virtue. -i, adj. virtuous.
  • derv kı̋ı̋n|ri, adj. tearful [< kı̋ı̋no, tear]. -si, adj. lachrymose, inclined to tears. -t̬i, lacrimator.
  • k063 kı̋ı̋|pa, 1. t.v. comb, mesh [of gears]; dovetail, splice. 2. i.v. comb, mesh [of gears]; dovetail [> Tamil cīppu, comb]. -flo, comb.
  • k064 kı̋ı̋ƣ|i, adj. violent [> English hie]. -si, adj. volatile, explosive. -ta, violence.
  • derv kiir|a̋a̋gu, herbalist. -i, adj. herbal, herbaceous.
  • k065 kı̋ı̋r|a, 1. t.v. answer, reply, respond, retort, rejoin. 2. i.v. answer, reply, respond, retort, rejoin. -i, adj. responsive. -lu, answerer, respondent. -o, answer, reply, response, retort, rejoinder.
  • k066 kı̋ı̋s|a, i.v. make-, -sure, -certain [> Japanese koso, indeed]. -i, adj. certain, sure. -ta, certainty. -u, adv. truly, surely, certainly, verily, without doubt, ever, quite, just, for sure, at all; of course, by all means, so, after all; ~ ne, not at all.
  • k067 kı̋ı̋|ta, 1. t.v. shield. 2. i.v. shield. -to, scutum; coat of arms, escutcheon. -þsa̋a̋r=a, heraldry, armory. =i, adj. heraldic, armorial.
  • k068 kı̋ı̋|ta, t.v. excede, surpass, outdo, outstrip. -i, adj. excessive. -þra, excess, surfeit.
  • k069 kı̋ı̋þa, i.v. take time [> Korean kidari-, wait].
  • k070 kı̋ı̋va, i.v. pull-, slip-, -down pants.
  • k071 k|ı̋a, 1. t.v. work, operate, perform (on, Gen.), execute, do. 2. i.v. act, do, work, operate, perform, function, -(i)fy [> Turkish l, do]. -ı̋ta, feasibility, practicability, expediency, convenience. -ía, postp. by [agent]. -ife̋da, mechanical energy. -ı̋i, adj. active, working, efficient. -ı̋ȝi, adj. feasible, practicable, advisable, expedient, convenient, to the purpose. -ı̋l=o, machine, engine. =a̋a̋gu, machinist. =i, adj. mechanical. =ı̋ȝo, machinery. =sa̋a̋ra, mechanics. -ı̋lu, operator, agent, doer. -ı̋o, deed, act, action, work; feat. -ı̋ra, working, operation, action, reaction, performance, execution, -(i)fication.
  • k072 kı̋f|i, adj. strict [> Japanese kibishí-, strict]. -ta, strictness. -vi, adv. strictly.
  • k073 kı̋m|a, 1. t.v. intend, propose. 2. i.v. intend, propose [> Japanese kìmar-, decide]. -i, adj. intentional. -ra, intent, intention. -vi, adv. intentionally, deliberately, on purpose.
  • k074 kőő|a, t.v. string [> Tamil , string]. -o, string [beads, flowers], strand. -xa̋ko, marionette.
  • derv kőő|di, adj. taurine, resembling a bull. -ðlu, bullfighter, matador, toreador. -ðra, bullfighting, tauromachy.
  • comp kooðṡa̋|ta, i.v. bullfight. -to, bullfight, corrida. -þda̋ro, bullring, arena.
  • derv kőőfi, adj. umbilicate.
  • k075 kőő|ka, 1. t.v. hinge. 2. i.v. hinge. -xlo, hinge.
  • k076 kőől|a, 1. t.v. befool, beguile. 2. i.v. infatuate, delude. -ra, infatuation, delusion.
  • k077 kőő|va, t.v. ennoble [> Tamil , mountain]. -vde̋uxl=u, duke, duchess. =a̋a̋ra, dukedom, duchy. =i, adj. ducal. -vi, adj. noble, high-born, well-born; magnanimous [of persons]. -vȝőm̃a, aristocracy. -vle̋uðo, nobility. -vta, nobility; magnanimity. -vu, noble [person], atheling. -v̈e̋e̋l̤u, form of address used by a non-noble to a noble and by the nobles to each other.
  • k078 kőőx|a, 1. t.v. color-, make-, -blue. 2. i.v. turn-, become-, -blue [> Turkish gök blue]. -xi, adj. blue. -xőski, adj. bluish. -xta, blueness. -xt̬a̋lmi, adj. blue-eyed.
  • k079 kő|ba, 1. t.v. accommodate o.s. to, acquiesce- (-in, -to). submit to. 2. i.v. submit [> English hap]. -bi, adj. accommodating, acquiescent, submissive. -vra, accommodation, acquiescence, submission.
  • poly kődo, crescent. [< kőda, t.v. cut with a sickle].
  • k080 kőð|a, 1. t.v. encrust. 2. i.v. form a crust [> Mari kǝ̑-δaša-, peel]. -o, rind [of cheese], crust [of bread].
  • k081 kőf|i, adj. convex [> Mongolian k̬büǧr, convex]. -ta, convexity.
  • k082 kőin|i, adj. (held in) common, joint, mutual, communal, on both sides, general [> English Koine]. -ȝe̋ka, vernacular. -leuðı̋ȝu, society. -o, commune. -ta, mutuality. -u, community. -vi, adv. commonly, in common, generally.
  • k083 kől|a, t.v. imprison, incarcerate, jail [> Greek κωλύω, hinder]. -laþu, prisoner, inmate. -ko, cage, mew. -l̤u, jailer. -ra, imprisonment, incarceration.
  • k084 kolpőno, ground, terrain; square [of a chessboard]; panel.
  • k085 kóm|a, postp. about, beside, by, next to, on [> English com-]. -i, adj. next door. -u, next-door neighbor. -u, adv. by.
  • k086 kőn|a, 1. t.v. blacken, black. 2. i.v. blacken [> Japanese kage, shadow]. -i, adj. (dead) black. -őski, adj. blackish. -ta, blackness. -u, Negro.
  • k087 kőpo, topknot of hair.
  • comp korős néra, inside, indoors.
  • k088 kő|ta, i.v. (walk with a) limp, be-, go-, -lame, hobble [> Telugu coṭṭa-, lame]. -ti, adj. lame, game. -þta, lameness.
  • k089 kőuk|a, 1. t.v. cripple. 2. i.v. cripple. -i, adj. crippled. -u, cripple.
  • k090 kőża, t.v. collar [> Korean kis, collar].
  • k091 kǫ̋ǫ̋ði, adj. underdeveloped [> Latin chordus, late born].
  • k092 kǫ̋ǫ̋k|a, i.v. coil, turn [> Georgian rḳal-, circle]. -i, adj. coiled. -o, coil, whorl, worm [of a screw].
  • k093 kűűfṡa, t.v. hold in the arms.
  • k094 kűű|da, t.v. mock, deride, ridicule. -di, adj. derisive. -ðra, mockery, derision, ridicule.
  • k095 kűűlu, minister [6th rank of Ethrans] [> Turkish kul, servant].
  • k096 kűűm|a, t.v. billow (out) [> English cumulus]. -i, adj. wavy, billowy, rolling [ground]. -ȝa̋fo, breaker, groyne. -o, billow, surge.
  • k097 kűűr|a, i.v. spend the-, pass the-, -late summer [> Turkish güz, autumn]. -a, late summer (Jul 23-Sep 23). -sa̋rno, late summer festival (Aug 6).
  • k098 kűű|sa, t.v. hire [> English hire]. -saþu, hired worker. -so, hire. -sra, hire. -s̨i, adj. for hire.
  • k111 kuusa̋to, brideprice.
  • k099 kűűv|a, 1. t.v. bulge. 2. i.v. bulge (out) [> German Haube, cap]. -o, bump; bulge.
  • k100 kűűz|i, adj. cruel [> Telugu kūḷa, cruel man]. -ta, cruelty.
  • k101 kűd|a, 1. t.v. scream. 2. i.v. scream. -o, scream.
  • k102 kűð|a, i.v. move-, travel-, -north [> Saami gođđalak, snowfall]. -a, north. -hőőlo, northpole. -i, adj. northern, northerly; arctic. -mődo, arctic circle. -sűűle, midnight sun. -þim, adv. northward.
  • k103 kűf|i, adj. light, porous; not watertight, leaky, unsound, pervious [> Korean kabjǝp-, light]. -ta, lightness, porosity.
  • k104 kűfr|u, hunchback. -i, adj. hunch-backed, gibbous.
  • k105 kű|ȝa, 1. t.v. thank (for, ṡ̨óga), appreciate. 2. i.v. give thanks, appreciate [> Yupik quja, thank]. -ira, thanks, thanksgiving, gratitude, appreciation. -iri, adj. thankful, grateful, appreciative. -iþa̋mo, tip, gratuity. -ȝa, postp. thanks to. -ȝa̋ha, Thanksgiving Day; sa̋ka ~am, Happy Thanksgiving.
  • k106 kűka, i.v. cuckoo [onom.].
  • k107 kűn|a, t.v. mortify, disgrace. -i, adj. ignominious, disgraceful. -ra, mortification, ignominy, disgrace.
  • k108 kűp|a, i.v. set up a pale [fence], construct a paling [> Japanese i, pole]. -o, pale, paling, palisade.
  • k109 kűrnu, bastard [> Old Greek κϋρνος, bastard].
  • k110 kűs|a, 1. t.v. kiss. 2. i.v. kiss [> English kiss]. -o, kiss.
  • k111 kűṡa, i.v. stand upon the hind legs.
  • k112 kuṡű|ko, rubber. -ki, adj. rubbery. -xre̋þo, tire.
  • k113 kűzðo, hiding place.
  • k114 k̬a̋a̋|ka, i.v. quack. -xra, quacking.
  • k115 k̬a̋|da, 1. t.v. crush, crunch. 2. i.v. crush, crunch. -ðlo, crusher.
  • k116 k̬a̋pu, merchant [> English cheap].
  • derv k̬a̋st̬i, cough medicine [< k̬a̋sa, i.v. cough].
  • k117 k̬a̋|ta, 1. t.v. spoil, mar; corrupt, demoralize, drag down, canker. 2. i.v. be spoiled, go bad; canker. -ti, adj. corrupt. -tĭta, corruptibility. -t̨i, adj. corruptible. -þra, spoilage; corruption, demoralization.
  • k118 k̬a̋a̋v|a, t.v. scale, cover with scales [> English squamous]. -i, adj. scaly, having scales. -o, scale, squama; scurf.
  • k119 k̬e̋e̋|da, t.v. admonish, reprove, rebuke, reprimand, reproach, call down. -ðra, reproof, rebuke, reproach, reprimand.
  • k120 k̬e̋e̋ma, 1. t.v. throttle, choke. 2. i.v. choke.
  • k121 k̬e̋e̋n|a, i.v. feed on carrion, scavenge. -e, scavenger. -o, carrion, offal.
  • affx -k̬e...-k̬e, enclitic correlative cnj. and [joining words] [> English ubiquity].
  • k122 k̬e̋|ȝa, 1. t.v. atone for. 2. i.v. atone [> English penal]. -ira, atonement.
  • k123 k̬e̋|ka, t.v. cudgel, fustigate [> Avestan fusu-, throwing hammer]. -xlo, cudgel.
  • k124 k̬én|u, indef. pron. anyone, whoever, so-and-so [> Latin -cunque, whatever]. -álu, indef. adv. anyhow, anyway. -ánu, indef. adv. whenever, (at) any time. -ár=u, indef. adv. wherever. =þim, indef. adv. to wherever. =þis, indef. adv. from wherever. -ávu, indef. adv. for any reason. -i, adj. either. -i, indef. adj. any, -ever. -ı̋ı̋mo, adj. any-, whatever-, -kind. -o, pron. whatever, anything, aught. -o, inan. pron. either. -őti, adj. however-, -much, -many. -u, anim. pron. either.
  • k125 k̬e̋|ta, 1. t.v. promise. 2. i.v. promise. -to, promise. -þm̃i, adj. promisory.
  • k126 k̬ı̋ı̋l|a, 1. t.v. calm (down), still, sedate. 2. i.v. calm, pause. -e̋ȝa, 1. t.v. becalm. 2. i.v. becalm. -i, adj. still [without motion], tranquil, motionless, calm. -o, pause, lull, break. -pe̋e̋ta, i.v. hover. -ra, sedation. -si, adj. sedative. -ta, stillness, still, calm, calmness, tranquillity. -t̬i, sedative. -vi, adv. still.
  • k127 k̬őin|a, t.v. value, evaluate, estimate, appraise, assess; rate, judge; be worth. -i, adj. valuable, worthy, worth, prized, deserving. -o, value, worth; rate. -ra, evaluation, appraisal, assessment. -ta, worthiness.
  • k128 k̬ő|la, t.v. butcher, slaughter, strip of flesh, flense, flesh [> Old English hold, corpse]. -l̤o, flesher. -l̤u, butcher, flesher. -lm̃=i, adj. flesh(y), meaty. =ëta, fleshiness. -ln=i, adj. fleshly, carnal, sensual. =ëta, sensuality. -lo, flesh. -lże̋f=e, carnivore. =i, adj. carnivorous.
  • k129 k̨a̋m|a, t.v. haunt [> Japanese kamí, god]. -i, adj. spectral, ghostly. -lu, spirit, ghost, phantom, spectre.
  • k130 k̨a̋|ra, t.v. require, necessitate, take [time] [> Turkish gerek, necessary]. -ra, cnj. provided that, on the condition that, as long as [with sbj.]. -ri, adj. requisite, required, conditional. -r̈a, necessity, condition.
  • k131 k̨e̋no, sharp edge [> Turkish kar, mix].
  • k132 k̨ı̋l|a, 1. t.v. deviate. 2. i.v. deviate. -i, adj. deviant. -ra, deviation. -u, deviate.
  • k133 k̨őőr|a, t.v. churn [> Turkish kar, mix]. -lo, churn.
  • k134 k̨ő|ṡi, adj. nasty, unpleasant. -sta, nastiness, unpleasantness.
  • k135 k̨őg|a, t.v. spoke. -o, spoke.
  • k136 k̨őr|a, i.v. rank [> Turkish kor, rank]. -o, rank, position.
  • k137 k̨ős|a, t.v. enclose, surround; invest, besiege. -o, enclosure, enclosed place, precinct; preserve, reservation, plantation. -ra, siege.
  • k138 k̨ű|da, 1. t.v. beach. 2. i.v. beach [> Turkish kıyı, seashore]. -ðdı̋slu, coast guard. -ðműűli, littoral plant. -ðnuuvda̋ro, seaside resort. -ðþi, adv. offshore. -ðþim, adv. shorewards.
  • k139 k̨űm|a, 1. t.v. wink. 2. i.v. wink. -o, wink.
  • k140 k̨űrp|i, adj. new-born, neonate. -e, new-born, neonate.

Total: 140/108+13/85%