Senjecas dict. s

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Pronunciation table

पेमु॓को
peműko
(labial)
रीसु॓कॊ
riisűko
(dental)
मुइतु॓को
muitűko
(alveolar)
भइनु॓को
vainűko
(palatal)
च्युस्वे॓नोस्
ṡ̨uuše̋nos
(vowels with प)
नि॓थो च्युस्वे॓नोस्
nı̋þo ṡ̨uuše̋nos
(weak vowels)
p
b f v m t d þ ð ɫ l ż s z r n k g x ƣ h ȝ i e a ɔ o u ĭ ĕ ŭ
म़ ल़ स़ क़ ग़ त्व त्य इ ई

पि पी
ए एै

पे पै
अ आ

प पा
ऒ ॵ

पॊ पॏ
ओ औ

पो पौ
उ ऊ

पु पू
तं तऺ तॅ
/p/ /b/ /ɸ/ /β/ /m̥/ /m/ /t/ /d/ /θ/ /ð/ /l̥/ /l/ /ʦ/ /ʣ/ /s/ /z/ /ɾ̥/ /n/ /k/ /g/ /ç/ /ʝ/ /j̊/ /j/ /tʷ/ /tʲ/ /i/ /e/ /ä/ /ɒ/ /o/ /u/ /ɪ/ /ɛ/ /ʊ/


Alphabets

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s ص с ս σ ש Silme
  • S, sűűlo सू॓लो, from the word sűűle, sun, is the 15th letter of the Senjecan alphabet, the third in the vainűko, the clan which contains the alveolar consonants.
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Notes

  1. afx = affix, either a prefix or a suffix, e.g., -sa̋a̋ti, adj. suffix forming the equative degree of adjectives.
  2. cpd = compound of two or more words, e.g., sa̋lo, salt + gűpo, mine = salgűpo, salt mine .
  3. drv = a word derived from a root, e.g., sa̋li, adj. salty < sa̋lo, salt.
  4. P.N. sefda̋a̋n̨a, Sefdaania (sef, seven; da̋a̋e, river).
  5. pol = polysemy, a word with a different but related sense, e.g., se̋e̋a, t.v. inseminate, impregnate < se̋e̋a, sow.
  6. Words in red indicate an object or concept that did not exist in Sefdaania.
  7. Abbreviations in orange denote the specific area of specialization, e.g., [Sew.], sewing.
  8. There are 160 root words lemmata of which 112 are verbs and 12 are adjectives which can be treated as stative verbs. Thus 78 percent of the vocabulary is verbs.


Dictionary

  • s001 sa̋a̋|a, t.v. fill, sate, satisfy, slake, quench, satisfy, meet [> English satisfy]. -i, adj. full, sated, satisfied, appeased, satiated, content; eȝu-mı̋um ~ı̋d̨a, t.v. settle for, content oneself with. -m̃i, satisfactory. -ra, satiety, satisfaction, appeasement, satiation. -vi, satisfactorily, nicely.
  • s002 sa̋a̋|ba, 1. t.v. sign. 2. i.v. sign [> Turkish sav, claim]. –ba̋a̋no, signet ring. –bi, adj. signatory. –bo, signature. -vlu, signer, signatory.
  • s003 sa̋a̋|d, adj. six [> Tamil ār_u, six]. -da̋ha, week. -do, sextet, hexad. –ðdı̋l=o, sexennium. =i, adj. sexennial. =mi, adj. six years old. -ðga̋a̋mi, adj. sixfold, sextuple. -ðs, adv. six times. –ðsaad, adv. six at a time.–ðṡa̋to, hexathlon. -ðti, adj. sixth.
  • s004 sa̋a̋|ga, 1. t.v. trace, track (down), trail, follow the track of. 2. i.v. trace, track [> English seek]. –go, track, trail. -ƣlu, tracker, detective, sleuth.
  • s005 sa̋a̋|ȝa, t.v. disable. -ira, disability. -ȝo, disability.
  • s006 sa̋a̋l|a, 1. t.v. soothe, calm, becalm, mollify. 2. i.v. soothe, calm (down). -i, adj. calm, serene, placid, soothing, demulcent. -me̋żu, serene highness [title of nobility]. -ra, mollification. -ta, calmness, serenity. –t̬i, demulcent.
  • s007 sa̋a̋m|i, adj. still [without sound], quiet, silent, noiseless [> Greek ἥμερο-, tame]. –ra, silence, quiet.
  • s008 sáámi, cnj. (even) though, although, but, notwithstanding that, while, albeit, but, as; even if [with sub.].
  • s009 sa̋a̋n|i, adj. well, healthy, healthful, wholesome, beneficial, salutary, salubrious, normal [> English sane]. -ı̋ðri, adj. salubrious. –ı̋l=a, get well, recover. =e, get well! -sa̋a̋r̈=a, hygiene. =i, adj. hygienic. -ta, health, wholesomeness, soundness; tu-saanta̋s o, intrj. to your health, cheers! [a drinking toast].
  • s010 sa̋a̋|ra, t.v. know (about) [> Japanese しる shíru, know]. -r̈=a, knowledge, intelligence. =i, adj. knowledgeable, intelligent. -rta̋a̋gu, scientist. -rta, science. -rti, adj. scientific, sciential.
  • s011 sa̋a̋|ṡi, adj. wise, sagacious, sapient [> Turkish seçmek, choose]. –ṡu, wise person, sage, sapient. -sȝe̋ko, proverb, saying, adage. -sta, wisdom, sagacity.
  • afx -sa̋a̋ti, adj. suffix forming the equative degree of adjectives; (just) as __ as, (just) so __ as, e.g., biþsa̋a̋ti, (just) as nimble; adv. ~ maƣe̋ȝa, as ~ as possible, e.g., lafsááþvi maƣe̋ȝa, as broadly as possible; þifsááþvi maƣe̋ȝa, adv. as far as possible.
  • s012 sa̋|a, 1. t.v. buy, purchase. 2. i.v. buy, shop (for, o) [> Korean 사다 sada, buy]. -a̋rk=o, treasury, coffer. =a̋a̋gu, treasurer. -aþo, buy, purchase. -ȝi, adj. purchasable. -lu, buyer, purchaser, customer.
  • s013 sa̋|ba, 1. t.v. hinder, impede, hamper, prevent, stop, obstruct, deter (from, áfa) [> Japanese sàwar-, hinder]. 2. i.v. hinder, prevent, stop. -bo, hindrance, obstruction. -vlo, seal, deterrent. -vra, prevention. -vt̬i, preventative, prophylactic.
  • s014 sa̋f|o, pole [> Japanese しば shìba, firewood].
  • s015 sa̋imo, thick liquid [> German Seim, viscous substance].
  • s016 sa̋ip|a, t.v. hurdle. –o, hurdle, obstacle.
  • s017 sa̋ir|o, projecting point; prominence, projection; protuberance, protrusion [> Korean 서다 seoda, stand]. -a, i.v. protrude, be prominent. -e̋n=o, head, vertex, apex, cusp. =i, adj. apical. -i, adj. prominent. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. project. -ta, prominence, protrusion, projection.
  • s018 sa̋|s̨a, 1. t.v. crop, produce, yield, give off. 2. i.v. crop, produce, yield [> Sanskrit सस्य sas, grain]. –sĭra, production. –s̨i, adj. productive. -s̨o, crop, produce, yield, output.
  • s019 sa̋iþla, lifetime, generation [> English secular].
  • s020 sa̋ȝ|a, t.v. put-, place-, -between, insert [> Mongolian sögem, small span]. –o, space between.
  • afx sal|a̋a̋gu, salter. –ı̋ı̋mo, salt water.
  • cpd sal|da̋ro, saltern, saltworks. -gűpo, salt mine. –ka̋iko, salt cellar. –m̨a̋n=i, adj. briny. =o, brine. -ƣe̋v=i, adj. saline, containing salt. =ta, saltiness.
  • s021 sa̋ɫh|i, adj. nimble, agile, brisk. -ĕta, nimbleness, agility, briskness.
  • s022 sa̋m|a, t.v. draw [water]; ladle, lade, bale, dip, scoop out [> Latin sentīna, bilgewater]. -l=o, scoop, ladle. =ĕko, spoon.
  • s023 sa̋mp|a, short time, moment, second; ~am, for a short time, ~a̋s, at that-, -moment, -time, then, as soon as [> Japanese しばらく shibáraku, for a while]. –ĕvi, adv. momentarily. -i, adj. momentary.
  • s024 sa̋m̃|a, 1. t.v. speak (to, with, o). 2. i.v. speak, talk, discourse [> Hungarian szó, word]. –antu, speakers, the People. –i, adj. literal, verbal, word for word, verbatim. –le̋ida, word-play, pun. -le̋żo, vocabulary, lexicon, glossary. –lı̋ı̋m=i, adj. verbose. =ta, verbosity. -lu, speaker, spokesman; orator. -lűvo, dictionary. -o, word, term. -pű=lo, syllable. =lm̃i, adj. syllabic; pen~i, pentasyllabic. =l̤űko, syllabary. –ƣe̋iso, riddle. -ra, speech, diction. –ta, literalness. -te̋vo, motto. –toðsa̋a̋r̈a, etymology. –zı̋na, word formation.
  • s025 sána, postp. without [> English sinecure].
  • cpd sala̋a̋|ta, tonight. –ti, adj. tonight's. -þvi, adv. tonight.
  • s026 sa̋|pa, 1. t.v. attempt, try; (put to the) test, experiment on, sound; try on [a garment] [> English savor]. 2. i.v. try; (put to the) test, experiment. -flu, tester. –fra, experimentation, aspiration. -pi, adj. experimental. -po, attempt, trial, test, experiment. –ƥi, adj. testable.
  • s027 sa̋r|o, banquet, feast, fête, dinner party [> Manchu sarin, feast]. -a, i.v. (give a) feast. -a̋ha, holiday. -i, adj. festive, festal, gala. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. banquet, feast, fête (on, xéma). -no, festival, festivity, feast, fête, party.
  • s028 sara̋ko, stuff, things, odds and ends [> Tamil carakku, goods].
  • s029 sa̋s|i, adj. straight [> Telugu sasi, straight]. -o, line. -vi, adv. straight (on, ahead, forward).
  • s030 sa̋|to, hundred [> Finnish sata, hundred]. –þdı̋l=a, century. =sűka, turn of the century. =še̋na, centenary. =še̋ni, adj. centenary.
  • s031 sa̋us|i, adj. dry, sere [> English sere]. -a, i.v. dry (-up, -out). -aþi, adj. dried (-up, -out); fig. dried up, withered [of people]. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. dry (-up, -out), desiccate -lo, drier, drying-, -apparatus, -frame. -m̃e̋vo, towel. -ra, drying, desiccation. -ta, dryness.
  • s032 sa̋va, t.v. sustain, maintain, uphold [ideals, etc.] [> Etruscan save, sustain].
  • s033 sa̋|ża, i.v. slander, calumniate, malign, defame, vilify, asperse, libel (with respect to, túȝa) [> Chuvash soj-, slander]. -zlu, slanderer. –zra, slander, calumny, defamation, aspersion. -żi, adj. slanderous, calumnious, defamatory, libelous.
  • pol se̋e̋|a, t.v. inseminate, impregnate. [< se̋e̋a, sow]. -ra, impregnation, insemination.
  • s034 se̋e̋f|a, i.v. prosper, batten [> Latin spēs, hope]. -i, adj. prosperous. -ta, prosperity.
  • s035 se̋e̋ið|a, 1. t.v. head-, -for, -toward, be bound for. 2. i.v. go straight to the-, -goal, -objective, -destination [> Greek ἰθΰ, directly]. -fe̋do, centripetal force. -i, adj. straight, direct, -bound. –ka̋fno, port of destination. -o, target, scope, goal, mark. -ra, goal, end, object, objective, aim, destination. -ta, straightness, directness, evenness. -ta̋ƣo, expedition. -vi, adv. straight-, -ahead, -on, directly, right.
  • s036 se̋e̋i|ka, 1. t.v. achieve, acquire, procure, catch up with, catch [a cold]. 2. i.v. catch up [> Old Greek ἵsω, come]. -ko, acquisition. -k̨i, adj. achievable. –xra, achievement, acquisition.
  • s037 se̋e̋|ȝa, t.v. sift; fig. riddle with holes, pierce like a sieve, cover with wounds [> Old Norse ld, sieve]. -ilo, sifter, bolter.
  • s038 se̋e̋|ki, adj. slow [> English sag]. -ka, i.v. slow (down), slacken. -kı̋d̨a, t.v. slow (down), slacken. -xra, intermission; annealing. -xvi, adv. slowly.
  • s038 se̋e̋|ka, 1. t.v. slow (down), slacken. 2. i.v. slow (down) [> English sag]. -ki, adj. slow. –xvi, adv. slowly.
  • s039 se̋e̋l|a, t.v. descend from, be descended from. -l̤u, descendant, scion. -l̤us, posterity, descendants, successors, offspring, progeny.
  • s040 se̋e̋m|a, 1. t.v. gulp (down). 2. i.v. gulp [Estonian seem, gulp]. –o, gulp, shot.
  • s041 se̋e̋no, billion [> Konda sēna, much].
  • s042 se̋e̋|pa, 1. t.v. hold (on, fast) to, take hold of, grip, manipulate, grasp. 2. i.v. hold [> Greek ἕπω, be busy with]. -f̤a̋lo, fret-board, finger-board. -flo, vise. -po, handle, knob, haft, helve; fret.
  • cpd seeƣ|ȝőőa, vendetta. -pa̋a̋s=i, adj. consanguineous. =lu, blood relative. =ra, consanguinity. -re̋uð=i, adj. crimson, scarlet. =ı̋d̨a, t.v. (make-, color-) crimson.
  • s043 se̋e̋|ra, 1. t.v. continue. 2. i.v. continue, go on, remain. -ri, adj. continuous, unceasing. –ro, sequel. -r̈a, continuation, continuance, continuity. -rvi, adv. continuously, constantly, (for)ever.
  • s044 se̋|ba, 1. t.v. amuse, please. 2. i.v. be pleased, have fun [> Turkish sevmek, love]. -baðne̋e̋mra, hobby, pastime. -bi, adj. amusing. -vȝe̋e̋=a, t.v. juggle. =lu, juggler. -vke̋isa, vacation. -vra, amusement, pleasure, fun, delectation; mu-~ba̋s épa, to my liking. -vta̋ƣ=o, junket, tour. =a, i.v. tour. =lu, tourist. =ta, tourism.
  • s045 se̋|do, seat, chair; see [> English sit]. -da, i.v. sit. -di, adj. seated, sedentary, sessile. -dı̋d̨a, t.v. seat. -ðko, stool; peð~, footstool. -ðra, sitting, session. -ðf̨őőlo, aisle.
  • s046 se̋f, adj. seven [> English seven]. –a̋ha, week. –dı̋l=o, septennial. =i, adj. septennial. =mi, adj. seven years old. -ga̋a̋mi, adj. sevenfold, septuple. -m̃i, adj. septenary. –s, adv. seven times. -sef, adv. seven at a time. -ti, adj. seventh. -to, septet, heptad, hebdomad.
  • P.N. sefda̋a̋n̨a, Sefdaania (the ancient land where Senjecas was spoken).
  • s047 se̋|ga, 1. t.v. fasten, fix, hitch (onto, éna). 2. i.v. fasten [> German Senkel, lace]. -go, -fix. -ƣlo, fastener, latch.
  • s048 se̋h|a, 1. t.v. defeat, overcome, subdue, vanquish, conquer, subjugate, get over. 2. i.v. overcome, conquer, triumph [> English Siegfried]. -i, adj. vincible, conquerable. –lu, conqueror, victor. –m̃i, adj. triumphal. -o, conquest, victory, triumph. -ra, subjugation. –ri, adj. triumphant, victorious. -że̋e̋no, trophy.
  • s049 se̋i|bo, drip. -ba, i.v. drip, dribble. -bı̋d̨a, t.v. drip, dribble. -vta̋a̋ino, stalactite.
  • s050 se̋il|i, adj. slothful [> Old English siol, sea]. -ta, sloth.
  • s051 se̋isa, i.v. bound, skip.
  • s052 se̋|ȝa, i.v. use dweomorcraft [> German Seil, rope]. -ilu, mage. -ȝi, adj. dweomoral. -ȝo, dweomor. -ȝűűra, dweomorcraft, dweomory.
  • s053 se̋|ka, t.v. cut, clip. -ko, cut [> English saw]. -xlo, clippers.
  • s054 se̋l|a, i.v. creep, cringe, sneak, fawn [> Sanskrit त्सर् tsár, sneak]. -m̃i, adj. reptilian, pertaining to reptiles. -ni, adj. reptilian, resembling a reptile.
  • s055 se̋m̃|a, 1. t.v. relinquish, abdicate, part with, let go of; withdraw (from), back out of; surrender, hand over, give up, waive. 2. i.v. abdicate, let go; withdraw; surrender, give up [> German säumen, linger]. -i, adj. cade. -ra, surrender.
  • s056 se̋n|i, adj. ancient, antique, archaic, olden [> English senile]. –ȝe̋ka, the first language. -ma̋a̋ma, matriarch. -maamȝőm̃t=a, matriarchy. =i, adj. matriarchal. -sa̋a̋r̈=a, archeology. =a̋a̋gu, archeologist. -ta̋a̋=ta, patriarch. =þȝőm̃ta, patriarchy. =þȝőm̃ti, adj. patriarchal. -ta, antiquity.
  • s057 se̋|pa, t.v. treat (of), concern, be concerned-, -with, -about, care (about), occupy, deal-, -with, -in [> Sanskrit sapati, serve]. –fra, concern, situation, affair, matter, circumstance, case, deal, business. –pa, postp. concerning, concern with, about. -pi, adj. concerned. -po, treatment.
  • s058 se̋ro, table [> Mongolian sirege(n), table.
  • s059 se̋t|i, adj. reddish-orange. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. color-, make-, reddish-orange.
  • s060 se̋þ|a, 1. t.v. detect, espy, descry. 2. i.v. scout, reconnoiter; be on the lookout. -lu, scout, look-out. -þ̨i, adj. detectable, appreciable.
  • s061 se̋u|a, 1. t.v. sip, lap, swig. 2. i.v. sip, lap, swig [> English sup]. -o, sip, swg.
  • s062 se̋u|gi, adj. sad, melancholy [> English sick]. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. sadden, make-, -sad, -melancholy, cast a gloom over. -ƣta, sadness, melancholy.
  • s063 se̋|vo, extended family [> English sib]. -vi, adj. familial. –v̈e̋e̋lu, family leader.
  • s064 se̋x|a, t.v. be aware of, watch out for, realize [> Turkish sak, aware]. -i, adj. aware, conscious. –ta, awareness, consciousness, realization.
  • s065 sı̋ı̋|a, t.v. bind, tie up, fasten (up). –o, ribbon, band, tape. -valı̋ȝo, book [< valo, page; -ı̋ȝo, collective suffix].
  • s066 sı̋ı̋f|a, i.v. smoke (a pipe). –ka̋iko, pipebowl. -o, pipe [for smoking]. –šőlmo, pipestem.
  • s067 sı̋ı̋ȝ|a, 1. t.v. bite (through), crunch, break with the-, -teeth, -beak [> Turkish -, break]. 2. i.v. bite, crunch. –o, bite.
  • cpd siiɫðı̋mo, toothpaste.
  • s068 sı̋ı̋m|a, 1. t.v. carve, cut, knife; print. 2. i.v. carve, cut, knife. -a̋to, block. -kı̋lo, printer. -lo, knife. -o, cut; segment, section, caesura.
  • s069 síír|a, postp. at-, to-, -the edge of, as far as, up (to), until (till); supine + ~ + vűűa, be about to (do s.th.) [> Finnish siiri, side]. -i, cnj. until.
  • afx -si, adj. suffix indicating having a tendency toward or inclination to perform the action expressed in the verb base, e.g., da̋ba, attract; da̋vsi, attractive.
  • s070 sı̋b|o, lever. [> Manchu sib́a, wedge]. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. lever.
  • s071 sı̋|da, 1. t.v. hang (up), suspend. 2. i.v. hang, be suspended, dangle [>Korean 싣다 sītda, load]. –ðle̋uko, chandelier. -ðlo, hanger. –ðra, hanging. -ðšefma̋ko, hammock. –ðsűnko, pendulum. –ðþőlo, suspension bridge.
  • s072 sı̋ðo, charcoal [> Finnish sysi, charcoal].
  • s073 sı̋|ga, 1. t.v. research, study, look into, take up, go through, take [a course]. 2. i.v. research, study [> Japanese さがす ságasu, search]. -ƣȝe̋żo, essay, paper. -ƣlu, researcher. -ƣra, search; research, study. -ƣte̋ro, laboratory.
  • s074 sı̋h|o, tallow, sebum, suet [> Low Navarrese ziho, tallow]. -ȝa̋a̋ko, tallow candle. -m̃i, adj. tallowy, sebaceous.
  • s075 sı̋l|a, extreme, maximum [> Mongolian sila, completely]. –i, adj. utmost, extreme, maximum, outermost. –vi, adv. to the utmost, extremely, highly.
  • s076 sı̋m|a, 1. t.v. whisper. 2. i.v. whisper [> Turkmen sym-sym, whisper]. -o, whisper.
  • s077 sı̋n|i, adj. greenish-blue [> Finnish sini, blue]. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. make-, color-, -greenish-blue.
  • cpd sis|ba̋di, adj. bistre [< sı̋ṡo, nut; ba̋di, adj. yellow]. -ke̋ulo, nutshell [ke̋ulo, shell].
  • drv sı̋ṡ|i, adj. nutty. -ı̋ȝo, mast.
  • s078 sı̋|ta, t.v. represent, symbolize, stand for, pass off. -a, postp. [symbol] for. -ti, adj. representational, symbolic. -to, symbol, example, representation. –þgı̋ı̋ro, emblem. -þlu, representative. -þra, representation.
  • s079 sı̋þa, t.v. dethrone, depose [> Etruscan sith, depose].
  • s080 sı̋xa, afternoon [> Manchu sikse, yesterday].
  • s081 sőőd|o, soot, lampblack [> English soot]. -i, adj. sooty. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. soot.
  • s082 sőő|ki, adj. obsessed. -ka, i.v. be obsessed [> Tamil cōku, devil]. –xra, obsession. -xsi, adj. obsessive.
  • s083 sőől|i, adj. only, sole [> Middle English soule, alone]. –vi, adv. only.
  • s084 sőőr|a, 1. t.v. beseech, beg, entreat, implore, appeal to, adjure, call on. 2. i.v. beg, entreat, implore, appeal, intercede (for, ho) [> Turkish sormak, ask]. -lu, supplicant, prayer. –o, entreaty, supplication. -ta̋ƣ=a, pilgrimage. =lu, pilgrim.
  • s085 sőőu|gi, adj. languid. -ƣta, languor.
  • s086 ső|ga, t.v. adopt [> Japanese sugúr-, select]. –gi, adj. adoptive. –ƣra, adoption.
  • s087 ső|ȝi, adj. cold, chilly [> Udmurt si̮jal-, become cold]. -ila̋ti, adj. dank. -ita, cold(ness), chill(iness). -it̬i, refrigerant. -ȝı̋d̨a, t.v. chill, make cold.
  • s088 sőka, i.v. kneel (down), be-, -kneeling, -on one's knees [> Mongolian söǧd-, kneel].
  • s089 sőlh|o, good-, auspicious-, favorable-, -omen, -portent [> Biscayan zori, omen].
  • s090 some̋no, ode [> English hymn].
  • s091 ső|mi, adj. same, like, alike; such as; identical [> English same]. -ma, i.v. be like. -m̈a̋a̋m=i, adj. from the same mother. =u, half-sibling. -ma, postp. compared to, beside, like, than, over. -mi, cnj. than, as [when comparing sentences]; like, such as. -mı̋d̨a, t.v. liken, compare (to, túȝa). -mȝe̋xmi, adj. in unison, unanimous. -mra, comparison. -mrı̋lmi, adj. of the same age. -mro, parable. -msa̋mp=i, adj. simultaneous. =ĕta, simultaneity. =ĕvi, adv. simultaneously. -mše̋n=a, alliteration. =i, adj. alliterative. -mta̋a̋t=i, adj. from the same father. =u, half-sibling. -mta, sameness, likeness; imitation. -teiðsa̋m̃=o, synonym. =i, adj. synonymous. =lűvo, thesaurus. -mte̋ni, adj. contemporary. -m̨ı̋d̨i, adj. comparable.
  • s092 sőrk|o, ecstasy, rapture [> Telugu cokku, ecstasy]. -i, adj. ecstatic. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. ravish.
  • s093 ső|ta, i.v. war, wage-, be at-, -war [> Finnish sota, war]. -ti, adj. warlike, bellicose. -to, war, warfare; ~m do a̋ta, go to war. -þlu, soldier, warrior. -þve̋e̋l̤u, general.
  • s094 sɔ̋|ȝa, i.v. rotate, twirl [> Hungarian szédül, feel dizzy]. –ira, rotation. -ȝi, adj. rotary. -ȝo, hank, clew, skein, tangle.
  • s095 sɔ̋m̃a, t.v. curb, check [> Hungarian szíj, strap].
  • s096 sɔ̋v|a, 1. t.v. slurp (up), sip. 2. i.v. slurp, sip. -o, slurp, sip.
  • s097 sűűb|o, hump [of an animal] [> Greek ὑβός, hump-backed]. –a̋a̋gu, cameleer.
  • s098 sűűdi, adj. stale [> Kolami sūdi, stale].
  • cpd suuftı̋ı̋þi, adj. piping hot.
  • cpd suul|dı̋la, solar year. -f̨őþo, sunlight, sunshine. -f̨ɔ̋ɔ̋l=i, adj. clockwise, deosil. =vi, adv. clockwise. -p̌e̋e̋no, yang sui [parabolic mirror for starting a fire]. -sa̋rno, sun festival. –tenme̋lo, sundial.
  • drv suums̨őőmi, adj. rainproof [sűűme, rain; -s̨őőm-, adj. suffix used to indicate imperviousness].
  • cpd suumvı̋ðo, water butt, rain barrel [< vı̋ðo, cask].
  • pol sűűno, crest [mountain] [< sűűno, crest (bird) ].
  • s099 sűű|ra, 1. t.v. sour; displease. 2. i.v. (go-, turn-) -sour [> English sour]. -ri, adj. sour; acidulous. -r̈a, displeasure. -rša̋a̋di, adj. bittersweet. -rta, sourness.
  • s100 sűűs|a, i.v. bluster, blow hard, howl, sough [> German sausen, roar]. -i, adj. blustery. –lu, blusterer. -o, bluster.
  • s101 sűű|ta, t.v. show, point-, -at, -out, -to, exhibit, display, indicate, bespeak [> Tamil cuṭṭu, point]. -to, exhibit, exhibition, display. -þða̋no, counter [store]. -þlo, pointer, indicator, gnomon, hand [of a clock].
  • s102 s|u, demon. pron. this one. -álu, adv. hereby; ~ nálu, adv. so so. -áru, adv. therefore, consequently, hence, so, thus [used with the present and future tenses]. -a̋h=a, today. =i, adj. today's. =vi, adv. today. -i, demon. adj. this, the latter. -o, demon. pron. this (thing); ~k̬e ~k̬e, such-and-such. -őti, adj. this much.
  • s103 sűb|o, gas [> Evenki hebki, steam]. -a, i.v. give off gas. -i, adj. gaseous.
  • s104 sűda, t.v. spit out, spurt [> Chuvash sor, spit out].
  • cpd suðżűűmo, keepsake [< sűðo, heart; żűűma, t.v. remember]
  • s105 sűf|i, adj. drunk(en), inebriated, intoxicated. -a, i.v. get-, be-, -drunk. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. inebriate, intoxicate, make drunk. -t̬i, intoxicant. -u, drunkard.
  • s106 sű|i, adj. well, all right, O.K; , intrj. well (introduces statement that may be contrary to expectations) [> English swastika]. -ǧe̋nu, good-wife, Mrs. (title of respect for non-noble human). -ǧe̋raþu, Welcome! -ma̋a̋ti, adj. well-wooded. -pa̋naþu, adj. well-met. -pı̋ı̋raþ=i, adj. popular. =ta, popularity. -ta, welfare, well-being. -vi, adv. well.
  • s107 sű|ka, 1. t.v. turn-, (-around, -over, -up,); invert, reverse. 2. i.v. turn [> Latin sucula, winch]. -ka, turn, solstice [solar term]. -ki, adj. reverse, inverse. -ko, turn. -xpa̋ko, turning point, crisis. -xsı̋ı̋m=a, 1. t.v. purl. 2. i.v. purl. =o, purl stitch. -xvi, adv. vice versa, conversely.
  • s108 sűn|a, t.v. go (out) with, accompany, escort, chaperon, consort with [> English syn-]. -a, postp. with; along with, in company with. -ba̋ȝ=a, t.v. congratulate. =i, adj. congratulatory. =o, congratulations. -e, companion animal. –e̋do, sidedish. -lu, companion, escort, chaperon, fere, consort. -m̃e̋e, tailwind.
  • s109 sű|pi, adj. low, nether; infra- [Tax.] [> English sub-]. -fta, lowness. -po, foot [of a structure].
  • s110 sűv|a, 1. t.v. cluster. 2. i.v. cluster. –i, adj. clustered. –o, cluster.
  • s111 sűx|a, t.v. shock, concuss, contuse. –o, concussion, contusion. –ra, shock, concussion, contusion.
  • s112 ša̋a̋|di, adj. sweet, fresh [of water]; ~do da̋rṡos, tears of joy [> English sweet]. -dı̋d̨a, t.v. sweeten. -do, -ose. -d̨őni, adj. sugary, made of sugar. -ðdűrlo, sweet tooth. -ðm̃i, adj. sugary, saccharine, pertaining to sugar. -ðni, adj. sugary, resembling sugar. -ðta, sweetness. -ðt̬i, sweetener.
  • s113 ša̋a̋ƣa, 1. t.v. resound. 2. i.v. resound.
  • s114 š|a, postp. apart from, beside, besides, but (for), except (for), were it not for, not to-, -speak of, -mention, other than, outside, save, without. -i, cnj. except (that), but (that), were it not that, unless, without it being the case that [with sbj.]. -u, adv. aside, apart, beside.
  • s115 ša̋i|ga, 1. t.v. orbit. 2. i.v. orbit [> Lithuanian svaĩgti, become dizzy]. -go, orbit. -ƣlo, satellite.
  • s116 ša̋in|u, hero, heroine, champion. -i, adj. heroic. –ta, heroism.
  • s117 ša̋mo, back of knife [> Finnish hamara, butt of axe/knife].
  • s118 ša̋n|a, i.v. tend, incline. -i, adj. inclined, prone, apt. –ra, tendency, inclination, proclivity.
  • s119 ša̋s|a, t.v. ski. -b̨őso, ski slope. -lu, skier. -o, ski.
  • s120 še̋e̋r|i, adj. heavy, weighty, ponderous. -ta, heaviness.
  • s121 še̋e̋v|i, adj. free, independent, at large [> English Suevi]. -főőlra, free falling, skydiving. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. (set) free, liberate, deliver, release. -lu, liberator, deliverer. -ta, freedom, liberty, liberation, independence, deliverance, release.
  • s122 še̋|ba, t.v. sweep [> English sweep]. -vlo, broom, besom.
  • s123 še̋|da, i.v. last, continue, perdure, keep [food], endure [> English ethos]. -d̨i, adj. durable. -ðm̃i, adj. everlasting, eternal; continual, perpetual. –ðműűlo, perennial plant. –ðta, eternity, perpetuity; ~am éna, forever, in perpetuity, eternally, perpetually.
  • s124 še̋|ða, t.v. characterize, be characteristic of [> German Sitte, custom]. -ða, species. -ða, postp. characterized by, with. –ð̤e̋uƣo, idiom. –ðfe̋e̋to, proper-, -noun, -name. -ði, adj. proper, inherent, special, peculiar, characteristic. –ðne̋mo, organ. –ðo, attribute, property, characteristic, trait. -ðra, character, nature, attribution. –ðta, peculiarity, individuality. – ðu, individual.
  • s125 še̋|ga, 1. t.v. smell, scent (out). 2. i.v. smell, scent [> Old English swä/ecc, smell]. -gi, adj. scented, odorous. -go, smell, scent, odor. -ƣra, (sense of) smell, olfaction.
  • s126 še̋|ȝa, 1. t.v. swing, sway. 2. i.v. swing, sway [> English sway].
  • s127 še̋|ka, 1. t.v. swivel, pivot, 2. i.v. swivel, pivot. -xbőto, pivot.
  • s128 še̋l|a, 1. t.v. char. 2. i.v. smolder, char [> English swelter]. -o, char.
  • pol še̋lp|o, brimstone, vitriol [< še̋lpo, sulfur].
  • s129 še̋m|a, 1. t.v. swim. 2. i.v. swim, welter [> English swim]. -antes, the swimming ones [the fourth order of living beings]. –őuto, swimsuit.
  • s130 še̋n|o, sound; accent [> English sound]. -a, i.v. sound. -kűűmo, sound wave. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. sound, intone. -lo, player. -m̃i, adj. acoustic. -ra, intonation. -sa̋a̋r̈a, phonetics. -s̨őőmi, adj. sound-proof. -ta̋m̃a, accentuation. -te̋e̋ro, timbre.
  • s131 še̋|po, sleep. [> Spanish sueño]. -fma̋ko, sleeping bag. -fsi, adj. sleepy, drowsy. -fta, sleepiness, drowsiness. -ft̬i, soporific. -pa, i.v. sleep, be asleep; ~pu tőda, go to sleep, fall asleep. -pi, adj. asleep. -pı̋d̨a, t.v. put to sleep.
  • s132 še̋r|a, i.v. hum, buzz [> English swarm]. -o, hum, buzz.
  • drv še̋sri, adj. sisterly, sororal [< še̋su, sister].
  • s133 še̋tu, guest [> Greek ἥτας, relative].
  • s134 šı̋ı̋|ki, adj. taciturn, reserved, uncommunicative [> English aposiopesis]. –xta, taciturnity.
  • s135 šı̋|a, 1. t.v. whistle. 2. i.v. whistle [> English sibilant]. –lu, whistler.
  • s136 šı̋n|a, 1. t.v. intimidate, threaten, menace. 2. i.v. threaten, menace [> Georgian šin-, scare]. –i, adj. threatening, menacing, minatory. -o, threat, menace. -ra, intimidation.
  • s137 šőőð|a, 1. t.v. pass-, go-, -through; penetrate. 2. i.v. pass-, go-, -through; ~ome, excuse me [> Sami suođđâ-, leak]. -a, postp. through. –o, passage(way), way through, hall(way). –ra, passage. -vi, adv. through.
  • s138 šo, adv. so, that [> English so]
  • drv šőmbĕ|m̃i, adj. spongy; fungous, fungoid [< šőmbi, fungus]. -ta, sponginess.
  • s139 šőrdi, adj. [shining] black [> English swarthy].
  • s140 šűȝo, tip, nib [pen], tine, prong [> Finnish hui, quill].
  • s141 s̨a̋a̋n|a, 1. t.v. repent (of). 2. i.v. repent [> Japanese しのぶ shinóbu, reminisce]. -ra, repentance.
  • s142 s̨a̋a̋r|i, adj. thrifty, frugal. –ta, frugality.
  • s143 s̨a̋a̋s|a, t.v. pronounce [word] [> Turkish ses, sound]. -ra, pronunciation.
  • s144 s̨a̋|ṡo, reed rope. –sṡı̋þo, rope ladder. -sþőlo, reed rope bridge.
  • s145 s̨a̋f|a, t.v. sum (up) summarize, abstract [> Turkish sep, addition]. -i, adj. summary, pithy, terse, epigrammatic, concise. –o, epigram. –ra, summary, abstraction.
  • s146 s̨a̋|ta, t.v. ill-treat, abuse, misuse, maltreat [> Turkish sata-su-, ill-treat]. -þlu, abuser. -þra, ill-treatment, abuse.
  • cpd s̨aþe̋e̋nta, breadth of hips [< s̨a̋þo, hip; e̋e̋nta, width].
  • s147 s̨e̋e̋ro, handful [> Tamil cēr_ai, handful].
  • afx -s̨őőm-, adj. suffix used to indicate imperviousness to or the ability to resist or withstand what is named in the noun base, -proof, -tight, e.g., hűro, water; hurs̨őőmi, water-proof.
  • s148 s̨őb|o, freckle. -a, i.v. freckle. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. freckle.
  • s149 s̨őf|o, oval [> Manchu sibsiχun, oval]. -i, adj. oval.
  • s150 s̨ők|o, lace [> Mongolian segeldereg, lace]. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. (apply) lace (to).
  • s151 s̨őni, adj. odd [of numbers] [> Manchu sońo, odd].
  • s152 s̨őpa, i.v. go-, move-, -to the side, -sideways [> Turkish sap-, deviate].
  • drv s̨őr|aþu, eunuch [< s̨őra, t.v. castrate].
  • s153 s̨őṡ|o, refuge, sanctuary, asylum [> Manchu suǯu-, flee]. -a, i.v. seek-, take-, -refuge (in, do). -ı̋d̨a, t.v. give refuge to.
  • s154 s̨űű|bi, adj. hoarse [> Japaneseしわがれる shiwagareru, become hoarse]. -bı̋d̨a, t.v. hoarsen. -vta, hoarseness.
  • s155 s̨űűir|i, adj. orangish-yellow [> Korean -, whitish]. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. color-, make-, orangish-yellow.
  • drv s̨űű|þa, i.v. give milk, lactate [< s̨űűþo, milk]. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. milk; press out, drain off. -þamvőro, milk pail. -þfe̋xo, lactic acid. -þlu, milker. –þm̃i, adj. milch, lactary, lacteal, lactic, pertaining to milk, dairy. –þni, adj. milky, lacteal, resembling milk. –þƣa̋vi, adj. lactiferous. -þri, adj. milky, containing-, yielding-, -milk. –þ̈a̋=se, mammal. =s̈a̋a̋r̈a, mammalogy.
  • s156 s̨űf|a, 1. t.v. suck; absorb, blot. 2. i.v. suck. -fbı̋ı̋ðo, blotting paper. -fra, absorption. -ft̬i, stain remover. -f̨i, adj. absorbent.
  • cpd s̨ulṡ̨a̋bi, adj. bitter as gall [< s̨űlo, gall; ṡ̨a̋bi, adj. bitter].
  • s157 s̨űn|a, i.v. whine [> Japanese suné-, frown]. -o, whine.
  • s158 s̨űr|o, spot, bead [> Turkish sırça, glass]. -a, i.v. bead. -ı̋d̨a, t.v. bead.
  • s159 s̨ű|ta, t.v. throw-, -away, -out, trash, discard, dispose of, get rid of [> Japanese sùte-, throw out]. -ti, ragged(dy). -to, trash, rubbish, refuse, garbage, ordure, debris, waste; sweepings. -t̨i, adj. disposable.


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