Senjecas dict. m

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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
m μ м մ ⰿ מּ ݥ
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Notes

  1. comp = compound of two or more words, e.g., ma̋re, sea + da̋mo, sickness = marda̋mo, seasickness.
  2. derv = a word derived from a root, e.g., mı̋smis, adj. those having woody trunks < mı̋so, trunk.
  3. Words in red indicate an object or concept that did not exist in Sefdaania.
  4. These words are not numbered, as only lemmata are numbered.
  5. At the end of each alphabetic section is a legend, e.g., Total: 133/96+10/80%. This means that there are 133 root words (lemmata) of which 96 are verbs and 10 are adjectives which can be treated as stative verbs. The last number means that 80 percent of the vocabulary is verbs.


Dictionary

  • affx -m-, adj. suffix used to indicate the existence of, possession of, or a relationship to what is named in the noun base, -(e)y, -(e)d, e.g., pa̋a̋do, pouch; pa̋a̋ðme, marsupial.
  • m001 ma̋a̋|i, adj. opportune, seasonable [> English mature]. -ta, opportunity, occasion. -vi, adv. opportunely, in (good/due) time, on time, in due course.
  • m002 ma̋a̋da, i.v. come here.
  • m003 ma̋a̋|ȝa, i.v. disappear, vanish [> Tamil māy, vanish]. -ira, disappearance.
  • derv ma̋a̋|la, 1. t.v. fruit, fructify. 2. i.v. (bear) fruit, fructify [< ma̋a̋lo, fruit]. -le̋ida, September. -li, adj. fruity. -lo, fruit. -l̨i, adj. fruitful, prolific, fecund.
  • comp maamka̋a̋|da, t.v. kill one's mother [< ma̋a̋ma, mother; ka̋a̋da, t.v. kill]. -ðlu, matricide [person]. -ðta, matricide [act].
  • derv ma̋a̋mi, adj. maternal, motherly [< ma̋a̋ma, mother].
  • m004 ma̋a̋n|i, adj. wet [> English emanate]. -a, i.v. become-, get-, -wet. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. wet. -ta, wetness.
  • m004 ma̋a̋n|a, t.v. wet. [> English emanate]. -i, adj. wet. -ta, wetness.
  • m005 ma̋a̋ṡi, adj. long and thin [> English meager].
  • m006 ma̋a̋|ta, t.v. fell-, cut-, -wood. -ti, adj. wooden, stiff. -tı̋bo, lumberyard. -to, wood. -t̨őn=i, adj. wooden, made of wood. =u, Xylan, Child of Wood, giant. -þðe̋e̋o, site of felling. -þkaal̤u, wood chopper. -þlu, woodcutter, lumberjack. -þmi, adj. ligneous, woody, consisting of wood. -þpı̋so, wood pulp. -þm̃e̋lno, wood shavings. -þm̃i, adj. woody, ligneous. -þne̋e̋to, wood fiber. -þni, adj. ligneous, woody, resembling wood. -þṡ̨űgi, adj. scantily wooded.
  • m007 ma̋d|a, t.v. secrete [> English mat]. -o, secretion.
  • m008 madűvo, tank [> Telugu maḍũgu, tank].
  • m009 ma̋ðl|a, grace. -i, adj. graceful.
  • comp maintűsko, ear tag [< ma̋ino, ear; tűso, notice; -ko, diminutive suffix].
  • derv ma̋in|i, adj. aural.
  • m010 ma̋iþ|a, t.v. injure [> English mad]. -i, adj. injurious, noxious. -o, injury; ~om ƣe̋lta, t.v. indemnify; ~om ne̋sa, t.v. insure, underwrite. -ne̋sa, insurance. -ƣe̋lta, indemnity.
  • m011 ma̋ȝ|e, protecting animal totem [> Turkish bajat, God]. -i, protecting plant totem.
  • m012 ma̋k|a, t.v. sack, bag [> English maw]. -o, sack, bag; sac, cyst.
  • m013 ma̋|la, i.v. wander, roam [> Telugu malãgu, wander]. -li, adj. nomadic. -l̤u, nomad. -lpı̋ı̋ra, wanderlust.
  • m014 ma̋lx|a, i.v. start a bonfire [> Latvian mal̂ka, firewood]. -o, bonfire.
  • m015 ma̋ngu, matchmaker, go-between.
  • comp man|le̋iðlu, mime. -te̋=a, i.v. gesticulate. =o, gesture. =ra, gesticulation. -þaav̈a̋a̋nlu, glover [< manþa̋a̋bo, glove; va̋a̋na, make]. -xa̋ko, hand puppet. -o ~ős þóósa, hand to hand.
  • derv -ma̋n|i, adj. -handed; -m̃i, adj. manual.
  • m016 ma̋nk|a, t.v. mutilate, mangle, maim [> Latin mancus, maimed]. -ĕra, mutilation. -i, adj. mutilated, mangled, maimed.
  • m017 ma̋nƣo, kindling [> Inupik maniq, moss].
  • m018 ma̋ƣ|a, 1. t.v. enable. 2. i.v. be able to, can, be possible [> English may]. -i, adj. possible. -o, influence. -ra, ability, capability. -ta, possibility. -vi, adv. possibly; perhaps, maybe.
  • comp mar|da̋m=o, seasickness. =i, adj. seasick. -m̃i, adj. marine, maritime. -őm=u, navy. =i, adj. naval. =xa̋po, naval base. -vőőu=ra, t.v. pirate. =ri, adj. piratic(al). =rlu, pirate. =r̈a, piracy.
  • m019 ma̋rȝu, unmarried person [> English marital].
  • m020 ma̋so, collyrium, black pigment [> Tamil mai, collyrium].
  • m021 ma̋|ṡa, i.v. fast [from, ápa] [> Japanese mà-tsur-, worship]. -sra, fast. -ṡa̋ha, fast day.
  • m022 ma̋|ta, i.v. suffice, be enough, hold out [> Megrel, baɣ-, be enough]. -ti, adj. enough, sufficient, adequate. -þta, sufficiency, adequacy, enough. -þvi, adv. enough, sufficiently.
  • m023 ma̋x|a, 1. t.v. deceive, hoodwink. 2. i.v. deceive; -aþos ı̋la, be had. [> Korean mǝk-, be deaf]. -i, adj. deceitful. -lu, deceiver; The Deceiver [epithet of Tseliu]. -ra, deception, deceit, hoax. -si, adj. deceptive, misleading. -ta, deceitfulness.
  • m024 ma̋za, 1. t.v. fade. 2. i.v. fade [> Kannada maẓa, dimness].
  • m025 ma̋|żo, oil [> Middle Irish maistir, butter]. -ża, t.v. oil, anoint, salve. -zlu, anointer. -zmi, adj. oily, unctuous, oleaginous. -zm̃i, adj. oleaginous, pertaining to oil. -zt̬i, ointment, salve. -ża, anointing, unction. -żaþ=u, Christ, Messiah. =że̋ňa, Christmas; sa̋ka ~m, Merry Christmas.
  • m026 mee, neg. ptc. not [with the imp. and sbj.] [> Greek μή, not]. -táádi, cnj. lest [with the sbj.].
  • m027 me̋e̋h|a, 1. t.v. color-, make-, -bluish-purple. 2. i.v. turn-, become-, bluish-purple. -i, adj. bluish-purple.
  • m028 me̋e̋|i, inan. adj. much, many, plural; a great deal of; a lot of; mĭ~, more [> English more]. -kétu, adv. much too, far too. -o, much, a lot. -s, adv. many times, at times. -vi, adv. much, a lot, more.
  • m029 me̋e̋in|a, t.v. trivialize [> English monk]. -i, adj. petty, trifling, paltry, puny, picayune. -o, trivia. -ta, pettiness.
  • m030 me̋e̋l|i, adj. fine, elegant, smart [> Telugu -(l-), fine]. -ı̋ȝo, finery. -ta, fineness, elegance.
  • m031 me̋e̋|ma, 1. t.v. suckle, nurse. 2. i.v. suckle, nurse [> Turkish meme, breast]. -mdűűra, t.v. wean. -mke, suckling. -m̈a̋a̋ma, wet-nurse.
  • m032 me̋e̋ƣ|a, t.v. favor, patronize, be in favor of; sup. + ~, be-, -inclined-, -likely-, -to. -i, adj. well-disposed, favorably inclined; favorable, propitious, auspicious. -ra, favor, patronage, taste; favoritism.
  • m033 me̋e̋|ti, adj. haughty, lofty [> Tamil mēṭṭi, haughty]. -þta, haughtiness, loftiness.
  • m034 me̋e̋uð|a, 1. t.v. demand, claim, require, levy, confiscate. 2. i.v. demand, claim, levy. -lu, claimant. -o, levy. -ra, demand, claim, requirement, confiscation, levy.
  • affx -me, intrg. enclitic [> Turkish mi, interrogative particle].
  • m035 me̋|a, 1. t.v. mark-, lay-, stake-, -out, trace; measure (off), mete (out), mark, rate; gauge, graduate, calibrate; fathom; scan [a verse]. 2. i.v. measure [> English measure]. -ðőőm̃o, measuring line. -i, cnj. as [progressively]. -ȝi, adj. measurable, commensurable. -lo, meter, gauge; noun suffix used to name the instrument that measures what is named in the noun base, e.g., te̋na, time; tenme̋lo, clock. -lu, measurer. -o, measure. -ra, measure(ment), index, criterion, rate, scale, measuring. -sa̋a̋r=a, geometry. =i, adj. geometrical. -sı̋ı̋o, measuring tape.
  • m036 me̋b|a, 1. t.v. dance. 2. i.v. dance [> Japanese -, dance]. -bo, dance. -vlu, dancer. -vtűȝo, ball.
  • m037 me̋|da, 1. t.v. judge, weigh, estimate, adjudicate. 2. i.v. judge [> English mete]. -di, adj. judicial, judiciary. -ðlu, judge, justice, magistrate. -ðra, judgment, estimate, estimation. -ðse̋do, tribunal, jurisdiction, court of justice.
  • m038 me̋ð|a, 1. t.v. mediate, negotiate. 2. i.v. mediate, intervene, negotiate, reconcile [> English middle]. ~ -, postp. [with an accompanying postposition and written as one word] the-, -midst-, -middle-, -of, e.g., meðéna, in the middle of. -a, postp. amid(st). -i, adj. middle, medial, mid-, medium, average, mean, mediate. -la̋a̋=ta, midnight. =þsűűle, midnight sun. -lu, mediator; middleman. -o, middle; midst; mean, medium. -ra, mediation, intervention, negotiation, reconciliation. -sa̋po, midterm(s).
  • m039 me̋i|na, 1. t.v. think. 2. i.v. think (of, úpa), reflect, ponder (on, úpa), muse, bethink, come up with [> English mean]. -n̨e̋mo, paragraph. -nȝe̋xno, maxim, epigram, aphorism. -nmi, adj. sensible, judicious. -nm̃i, adj. mental, intellectual. -no, thought, concept, conception, idea, notion. -nsa̋a̋lt=a, equanimity. =i, adj. equanimous. -nra, intellect, mind, wit; consciousness. -nsi, adj. pensive, thoughtful. -n̨i, adj. imaginable, conceivable.
  • m040 me̋is|a, i.v. glimmer, flicker. -i, adj. flickering, lambent. -o, glimmer, flicker.
  • m041 me̋it|o, post, pale, stake, (tent) peg, picket [> Lithuanian miẽtas, stake]. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. stake-, -out, -off; fence with stakes; tie to a post.
  • m041 me̋it|a, t.v. stake-, -out, -off; fence with stakes; tie to a post [> Lithuanian miẽta-s, post]. -o, post, pale, stake, (tent) peg, picket.
  • m042 me̋i|þa, 1. t.v. change, vary, alternate, change places with; mutate, convert. 2. i.v. change, vary, alternate; mutate, convert [> English mutate]. -þo, mutation. -þpe̋gi, adj. alternate. -þra, change, alteration; succession, turn, alternation; variation, fluctuation, vicissitude; mutation. -þu, mutant. -þvi, adv. in turn. -þ̨i, adj. changeable, convertible, variable, alterable.
  • m043 me̋i|żi, adj. indiscernible, turbid [> English mist]. -zta, turbidity. -ża, i.v. become-, grow-, -turbid, -indiscernible. -żı̋d̨a, roil.
  • m044 me̋|ȝa, t.v. establish, set up [> English mere]. -ilu, establisher. -ȝo, establishment.
  • m045 me̋ka, pull out, extract; weed [> Japanese móg-, pull out].
  • m046 mel-, adj. prefix for dark colors, e.g., melre̋uði, dark red [> English melano-].
  • m047 me̋l|a, 1. t.v. articulate, link. 2. i.v. articulate, link [> English melody]. -o, limb, member. -ta, articulation.
  • comp méliþze̋e̋ra, honeymoon [< melı̋to, honey; ze̋e̋ra, moon].
  • m048 me̋m̃|a, 1. t.v. advance, set forward, improve, start-, head-, -up, stick with. 2. i.v. move-, step-, -forward, advance, progress, go-, -on, -ahead, (make) progress, improve, get better. -ta, progress, advance, development, improvement.
  • m049 me̋n|a, 1. t.v. await, wait for. 2. i.v. wait, hold on [> English remain]. -te̋ro, waiting room.
  • m050 me̋|ra, 1. t.v. vex, annoy, bother, pester, harrass, bug. 2. i.v. annoy [> English mar]. -i, adj. vexed, annoyed, out of tune; in a bad-, -temper, -mood, cross; upset [stomach]; surly, brusque, uncivil. -r̈a, annoyance, discord, upset, disorder, vexation; ill humor, bad temper; ill feeling. -rta, brusqueness, incivility.
  • m051 me̋rƣ|o, ripple. -a, i.v. ripple. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. ripple.
  • m052 me̋|ṡa, t.v. parallel, lie alongside [> Sami miehttjēn, near by]. -spa̋a̋vo, by-way, byroad. -svi, adv. along. -ṡa, postp. along, alongside of. -ṡi, adj. parallel [to, Gen. or Acc.].
  • m053 me̋|ta, 1. t.v. ask, inquire from, interrogate, question. 2. i.v. ask, inquire, question; tiiðó sépa ~, ask about s.th.; tiiðús o ~tom ~, ask s.b. a question; mum ~e mee, don't ask me; k̬entéra ~, ask whether [> Korean mut-, ask]. -to, question, query, inquiry. -þlu, questioner, interrogator. -þm̃i, adj. interrogative, interrogatory. -þsi, adj. inquisitive.
  • m054 mét|u, adv. at the same time, then [> Sanskrit smat, at the same time]. -i, cnj. when, at the same time-, -that, -as, at the time that, at the time(s) at which, whenever, while, during the time at which, as, as-, -long-, -soon-, -as.
  • m055 me̋þ|a, 1. t.v. center, focus. 2. i.v. center, focus [> Korean mǝlt:ǝguni, bird’s crop]. -a, postp. in the center of. -i, adj. central, focal. -lo, lens. -o, center, central point, focus. -ta, centrality.
  • m056 me̋u|di, adj. merry [> Sanskrit mődate, be merry]. -ðta, merriment.
  • m057 me̋u|ga, 1. t.v. lie in wait for, waylay; ambush. 2. i.v. lie in-, -wait, -ambush, lurk [> English mooch]. -go, ambush. -ƣlu, ambusher.
  • m058 me̋uk|o, mucilage. -i, adj. mucilaginous.
  • m059 me̋uri, adj. numerous [> English myriad].
  • m060 me̋v|a, 1. t.v. shame. 2. i.v. be ashamed. -i, adj. ashamed, shame-faced. -ra, shame.
  • m061 me̋x|a, country, nation, land [> Etruscan mex, nation]. -as, Gentiles. -i, adj. national. -ȝe̋ka, vernacular. -ne̋mo, province, state.
  • m062 me̋z|a, 1. t.v. smear, besmear, bedaub, daub; miṡős éna ~, soak bread in gravy. 2. i.v. smear [> Tamil meẓ-uk-, smear with paste]. -o, smear.
  • m063 me̋|ża, 1. t.v. enlarge, greaten, build up, magnify. 2. i.v. enlarge, greaten; wax; fig. exaggerate [> English mega-]. -zde̋uku, grand duke. -zdı̋l=i, adj. of age. =ta, majority, coming of age. -zða̋mu, extended family. -zle̋mo, chunk. -zlo, magnifying glass. -zne̋mo, majority. -zrűűno, capital letter. -zta, bulk, largeness, greatness. -ża, build up, enlargement, bigness; fig. exaggeration. -żalme̋ȝo, macrocosm. -żi, adj. large, big, great. -żu, highness [title of nobility].
  • m064 mı̋ı̋|da, t.v. exceed, surpass [> Tamil mīr_u, exceed]. -di, adj. splendid, superlative, grand, imposing, grandiose, magnificent, sublime, majestic, stately. -ðta, splendor, grandeur, magnificence, sublimity, majesty. -ðvi, adv. splendidly, grandly.
  • m065 mı̋ı̋k|a, 1. t.v. crumble. 2. i.v. crumble, become crumbly. -o, crumb.
  • m066 mı̋ı̋l|a, 1. t.v. crowd, swarm with, throng, mob. 2. i.v. swarm, crowd, throng [> English military]. -u, swarm, colony; throng, multitude, crowd, host, mob.
  • m067 mı̋ı̋m̃|a, 1. t.v. grieve for, mourn, feel sorry for. 2. i.v. grieve, mourn, sorrow, be sorry. -e̋ȝa, t.v. grieve. -m̨̃i, adj. pitiable, deplorable, doleful, mournful, plaintive, wailful. -lu, griever, mourner. -ra, grief, sorrow, dole. -ri, adj. sorrowful, doleful, grievous, bitter [tears]. -za̋ro, knell.
  • m068 mı̋ı̋|ra, 1. t.v. pacify, placate, appease, propitiate, conciliate. 2. i.v. make peace (with, súna) [> Russian мир, peace]. -lu, peacemaker. -ri, adj. peaceable, pacific, placatory, placative, conciliatory, peaceful. -r̈a, pacification, appeasement, propitiation, conciliation. -rta, peace, peacefulness.
  • m069 mı̋ı̋t|a, 1. t.v. distort, misshape, contort, warp, gnarl, deform, garble; pervert. 2. i.v. distort, contort, warp, deform [> English vice]. -o, deformity.
  • m070 mı̋|i, adj. self [> Inupik immi-, oneself]. ~-, proclitic -self. -e̋slu, the Self-existent. -ka̋a̋da, commit suicide. -sa̋a̋i, adj. complacent, self-satisfied. -sa̋pa, self-defense. -u, self; mu-~u, myself.
  • m071 mı̋d|a, 1. t.v. blink. 2. i.v. blink [> Kannada miṭa-kisu, blink]. -o, blink.
  • m072 mı̋ð|a, t.v. reward, compensate, recompense. -i, adj. compensatory. -o, reward, compensation, recompense, meed, desserts.
  • m073 mı̋ko, hundred trillion [> Tamil miku, exceed].
  • m074 mı̋la, 1. t.v. turn over, capsize. 2. i.v. fall over, capsize [> Tamil miḷir, turn over].
  • m075 mı̋m|a, 1. t.v. ride (on) [a steed]. 2. i.v. ride a steed. -e, steed. -lu, horsemen, rider, knight, chevalier. -m̃i, adj. equestrian. =m̃ĕta, equitation.
  • m076 mı̋n|a, i.v. strut, swagger. i, adj. pompous, bombastic. -o, pomp.
  • m077 mı̋nd|a, i.v. commit adultery [> Kannada miṇḍa, libertine]. -ĕlu, adulterer. -ĕra, adultery. -i, adj. adulterous.
  • m078 mı̋|ro, timber, lumber. -r̈a, cultivation of timber.
  • derv mı̋smis, adj. those having woody trunks [the third order of living beings]. [< mı̋so, trunk].
  • m079 mı̋|þa, t.v. send (out), dispatch, post, ship, transmit; mail, post [> English remit]. -þa̋a̋gu, messenger. -þ̨amta̋no, postage. -þṡ̨őg=a, correspondence. =a̋a̋gu, correspondent. -þfuuibı̋ı̋ðo, post card. -þi, adj. missive. -kolőmbe, carrier pigeon. -k̬e̋so, mailbox. -le̋z=ta, philately. =ta̋a̋gu, philatelist. =o, stamp collection. -ne̋xu, mailman, postman. -þo, letter, missive, message, dispatch; ~on ṡ̨őga, correspond. -þra, mail. -þsı̋ı̋mlo, letter opener. -þvi, adv. in writing, by letter. -þże̋e̋no, stamp.
  • m080 mı̋|ża, t.v. meddle. -zlu, meddler. -zsi, adj. meddlesome.
  • m081 mőő|a, 1. t.v. make a widow(er) of. 2. i.v. become a widow(er) [> Tamil ppi, widow]. -a̋iða, suttee. -asűru, dowager princess. -aþ=u, widow(er). =ta, widowhood. -dı̋la, year of mourning.
  • m082 mőőd|a, manner, means, method, way; resource [> Tamil mōṭi, manner]. -a, postp. with, by (means of), through, in. -i, rel. cnj. how. -o, wherewithal. -u, adv. as; þéf~u, in bunches.
  • m083 mőőil|a, 1. t.v. venture, risk, dare, embolden. 2. i.v. venture, risk, dare, make bold (to). -i, adj. bold, daring. -o, venture, risk, dare. -ra, boldness, daring. -taƣ=a̋a̋gu, adventurer. =i, adj. adventurous, adventuresome. =o, adventure.
  • m084 mőőȝ|a, t.v. charm, delight. -i, adj. charming, delightful. -ira, charm, delight.
  • m085 mőől|i, adj. audacious, intrepid. -ta, audacity, intrepidity.
  • m086 mőőm̃|i, adj. stupid, daft [> English mute]. -ta, dullness, stupidity. -u, moron.
  • m087 mőő|ta, 1. t.v. fool. 2. i.v. fool [> Tamil mōṭu, stupidity]. -ti, adj. foolish. -tu, fool. -þta, foolishness.
  • mo88 mőőþa, 1. t.v. strike-, beat-, -out. 2. i.v. burst forth, spring-, well-, -up [> Tamil mottu, strike].
  • m089 mőőur|a, 1. t.v. ooze. 2. i.v. ooze [> Greek μύρω, flow]. -i, adj. oozy. -o, ooze, goo.
  • m090 mőőv|i, adj. mild, soft, mellow; low, soothing [sound]. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. soften, ease, mitigate, alleviate, assuage, relax, remit; temper, anneal. -a, i.v. relax, mitigate, remit, loaf; temper. -ra, mitigation, alleviation. -sa̋m̃o, euphemism. -ta, softness, mellowness; mildness.
  • m091 mőőxa, 1. t.v. disperse, dissipate, diffuse, disseminate. 2. i.v. disperse, dissipate, diffuse [> Japanese mák-, sow].
  • m092 mő|da, 1. t.v. circle, encircle, circulate. 2. i.v. circulate [> Korean mureup, knee]. -da, cycle. -da̋to, circuit. -do, circle. -ðko, circlet. -ðsűno, satellite.
  • comp mokőőuȝi, adj. fly-blown [< mőko, fly; őőuȝo, egg].
  • m093 mő|la, t.v. mill, grind [> English meal]. -l̤o, (hand)mill, quern. -l̤u, miller.
  • m094 mola̋na, fine sand.
  • m095 mőlko, leather-, -sack, -pouch [> English mail].
  • m096 mőn|i, adj. frequent [> Finnish moni, many]. -ta, frequency. -vi, adv. frequently, often.
  • comp mo|rpőɫo, ponytail. -r̈e̋sa, 1. t.v. gallop. 2. i.v. gallop. -rte̋slu, hostler, groom. -rte̋utu, horse people [Humans]. -rve̋e̋l̤u, horse master.
  • m097 mőrdo, bunch [grapes, etc.] [> Viscayan mordo, bunch (grapes)].
  • m097 mős|a, 1. t.v. curdle, coagulate, congeal, clot, clabber. 2. i.v. curdle, sour [of milk], coagulate, congeal, clot, clabber [> Tamil mucar, buttermilk]. -o, clot. -ra, curdling, coagulation, congealing, clotting.
  • m098 mő|ṡa, t.v. betray, commit-, -treason, -treachery. -ṡi, adj. treasonable, treasonous, treacherous, traitorous. -slu, betrayer, traitor. -sra, betrayal, treason, treachery.
  • m099 mő|ta, 1. t.v. add (up), sum (up), amount to. 2. i.v. add up, total [> Tamil tottam, sum]. -ti, adj. total. -to, sum, total, amount. -þmi, adj. additional. -þra, addition. -þta, totality.
  • m100 mőz|a, i.v. bow, make a bow [> Kannada moẓgu]. -o, bow, obeisance. -ra, obeisance.
  • m101 mǫ̋ǫ̋m̃|a, 1. t.v. relieve, allay, solace, assuage, ease. 2. i.v. ease. -ra, ease, relief. -t̬i, palliative, lenitive.
  • m102 mǫ̋|ra, t.v. keep, support, maintain [> Hungarian marasztal, retain]. -r̈a, keep, support, maintainence.
  • m103 műű|ka, t.v. mute, deaden. -ki, adj. mute, dumb. -ku, mute person. -xta, muteness, dumbness.
  • m104 műűl|a, t.v. plant [> Old Greek μολϋ, unknown plant]. -e̋ðlu, vegetarian. -ǧiia̋a̋ro, biome. -i, adj. vegetal, vegetarian. -ı̋ȝo, vegetation. -ne̋e̋to, cellulose. -o, plant. -sa̋a̋r=a, botany. =a̋a̋gu, botanist. -te̋e̋rt̬i, vegetable dye. -że̋f=e, herbivore. =i, adj. herbivorous.
  • comp muus|m̃a̋lta, brawn [< műűso, muscle; m̃a̋lta, strength].
  • derv muusri, adj. musclebound.
  • m105 műűt|a, t.v. bundle; truss [> Tamil mū-ṭai, bundle]. -o, bundle, deck [of cards].
  • m106 műűx|a, 1. t.v. smoke. 2. i.v. smoke [> Irish mūch, smoke]. -i, adj. smoky. -ȝa̋mo, smokehole. -muulfa̋a̋rlu, tobacconist. -műűlko, cigarette. -műűlo, cigar. -o, smoke.
  • m107 m|u, pers. pron. I [> English me]. -uanderű, my lord [> m̌anderű] [respectful address to Ethrans]. -űr=i, adj. selfish, egotistical. =ta, selfishness; egotism.
  • m108 mu, adv. perhaps, maybe, belike.
  • m109 mű|ba, 1. t.v. blunt. 2. i.v. blunt [> English hebetate]. -bi, adj. blunt, obtuse, dull. -vta, bluntness, obtuseness, dullness.
  • m110 mű|da, t.v. exhaust, drain, deplete, spend, run out of [> Greek αμϋδρό-, weak]. -di, adj. exhausted, jejune, subdued, lifeless, spent. -ðra, exhaustion, depletion, enervation.
  • m111 mű|ga, 1. t.v. end, conclude, close. 2. i.v. end (up) (with, túȝa), conclude, close [> Tamil muki, end]. -gi, adj. finite, final, conclusive, last, ultimate. -ƣra, end, conclusion, close, ending, issue. -ƣsa̋po, final(s). -ƣta, finiteness, finitude.
  • m112 mű|ki, adj. industrious, diligent [> Malayalam mukkuki, strain]. -ko, industry. -xm̃i, adj. industrial. -xra, industry. -xta, industry, diligence.
  • m113 műl|a, 1. t.v. pass (by), overtake. 2. i.v. pass by. -i, adj. passing, transient, temporary, provisional. -m̃e̋e̋sa, stay, sojourn.
  • m114 mul|űva, time long past, yore; ~a̋s éna, once upon a time [> Inupik mulu, stay away for a long time]. -úva, adv. in time long past, yore.
  • m115 műn|a, 1. t.v. mistake (for, ánta). 2. i.v. make a mistake, be in the wrong, do wrong, err, blunder [> Turkish buna, become mad]. -i, adj. wrong, erroneous, mistaken. -o, fault, failure, error, mistake, blunder.
  • m116 műƣdo, bank, embankment [> Korean mad, yard].
  • m117 műr|a, 1. t.v. murmur, mutter. 2. i.v. murmur, mutter [> English murmur]. -o, murmur, mutter.
  • m118 műs|o, steam [> Japanese mús-, steam]. -a, i.v. (give off) steam. -i, adj. steamy. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. steam.
  • m119 műs|a, 1. t.v. steam. 2. i.v. (give off) steam [> Japanese mús-, steam]. -i, adj. steamy. -o, steam.
  • m120 mű|ta, t.v. cut off; lop, clip, crop, dock [tails], poll [horns]; amputate, truncate, prune, trim; deprive of [> English mutilate]. -þpőɫi, adj. bobtailed; docked. -þva̋rðo, close-cropped beard.
  • m121 mutı̋l|u, apprentice [> Gipuzcoan mutil, apprentice]. -ta, apprenticeship.
  • m122 műþ|a, 1. t.v. assemble, gather-, bring-, -together, convoke, convene, rally, coalesce, amalgamate, concentrate [troops, etc.], muster. 2. i.v. meet, assemble, convene, rally, gather, concentrate [troops, etc.], muster [> Korean modu, all]. -o, assembly, gathering, rally, convocation, convention, meeting, congress, congregation, muster.
  • m123 műx|a, t.v. veil, wrap-, (-around, -up), envelop, swaddle, swathe, drape. -i, adj. -wrapped. -o, wrapping, envelope.
  • m124 m̨a̋|ga, t.v. extol, glorify [> Mongolian maɣta-, glorify]. -gi, adj. glorious. -go, glory. -ƣra, glorification.
  • m125 m̨a̋n|a, 1. t.v. mix up, confuse, addle, bemuse. 2. i.v. mix up, addle [> Korean mu-sǝp-, be afraid]. -ra, confusion.
  • m126 m̨őȝ|a, 1. t.v. mislead, make a fool of. 2. i.v. mislead [> Japanese mayó, go astray].
  • m127 m̨őlo, ten million [> Turkish bol, abundant].
  • m127 m̨ő|ra, 1. t.v. show affection to. 2. i.v. show affection [> Japanese mùtsum-, show affection]. -ri, adj. affectionate, tender, loving. -r̈a, affection, tenderness.
  • m129 m̨ős|a, 1. t.v. smile (at, upon). 2. i.v. smile [> Mongolian misije-, smile]. -o, smile.
  • m130 m̨őþ|o, country, countryside, land [> Korean mut(h), dry land]. -m̃i, adj. rural, rustic, grestic. -ru, peasant.
  • m131 m̨űűka, i.v. slither [> Korean mǝk-kuri, big black snake].
  • m132 m̨űl|i, adj. ignorant [> Korean morɨ-, ignorant]. -ta, ignorance.
  • m133 m̨űm|a, 1. t.v. result in, pass [test]. 2. i.v. do s.th. right, come about, succeed, manage, turn out to be, work (out) [Hittite miumar, prosperity]. -i, adj. successful; resultant. -i, cnj. with the result that, that, so. -o, success; result(s), issue, outcome, aftermath.

Total: 133/96+10/80%