(fe) abilya

prep phrs/adv maybe, possibly (sent init)

Etymology: fe, abil + -ya

(fe) abrutoya

prep phrs/adv suddenly, all of a sudden (sent init)

Etymology: fe, abruto + -ya

(fe) alo loka

prep phrs/adv elsewhere

Etymology: fe, alo, loka

(fe) alo watu

prep phrs/adv at a different time

Etymology: fe, alo, watu

(fe) ban loka

prep phrs/adv somewhere

Etymology: fe, ban, loka

(fe) ban watu

prep phrs/adv sometime

Etymology: fe, har, ban, watu

(fe) den loka

prep phrs/adv there

Etymology: fe, den, loka

(fe) den watu

prep phrs/adv then

Etymology: fe, den, watu

(fe) foriya

prep phrs/adv immediately (sent init)

Etymology: fe, fori + -ya

(fe) hataya

prep phrs/adv even so, however, neverthe​less, nonetheless, in spite of that

Etymology: fe, hata + -ya

(fe) hataya de

prep in spite of, despite

Etymology: fe, hataya + -ya, de

(fe) hataya ki

conj even though, although, despite the fact that

Etymology: fe, hataya + -ya, ki

(fe) hin loka

prep phrs/adv here

Etymology: fe, hin, loka

(fe) hin watu

prep phrs/adv now

Etymology: fe, hin, watu

(fe) idealya

prep phrs/adv ideally (sent init)

Etymology: fe, ideal + -ya

(fe) ke loka

prep phrs/adv where

Etymology: fe, ke, loka

(fe) ke watu

prep phrs/adv when

Etymology: fe, ke, watu

(fe) ku loka

prep phrs/adv where (subordinate clause)

Etymology: fe, ku, loka

(fe) ku watu

prep phrs/adv when (subordinate clause)

Etymology: fe, ku, watu

(fe) lenerya

prep phrs/adv recently (sent init)

Etymology: fe, le + -ner + -ya

(fe) letelya

prep phrs/adv a long time ago (sent init)

Etymology: fe, le + -tel + -ya

(fe) leya

prep phrs/adv in the past, previously

Etymology: fe, le + -ya

(fe) maxusya

prep phrs/adv additionally, besides (sent init)

Etymology: fe, maxus + -ya

(fe) maxya

prep phrs/adv moreover, furthermore (sent init)

Etymology: fe, max + -ya

(fe) mer mara

prep phrs/adv at times, sometimes

Etymology: fe, mer, mara

(fe) mimbayya

prep phrs/adv obviously, of course (sent init)

Etymology: fe, mimbay + -ya

(fe) mingoya

prep phrs/adv clearly, evidently (sent init)

Etymology: fe, mingo + -ya

(fe) minusya

prep phrs/adv except for that (sent init)

Etymology: fe, minus + -ya

(fe) moy loka

prep phrs/adv everywhere

Etymology: fe, moy, loka

(fe) moy watu

prep phrs/adv always

Etymology: fe, moy, watu

(fe) nil loka

prep phrs/adv nowhere

Etymology: fe, nil, loka

(fe) nil watu

prep phrs/adv never

Etymology: fe, nil, watu

(fe) nunli dina

prep phrs/adv nowadays

Etymology: fe, nun + -li, dina

(fe) nunya

prep phrs/adv now

Etymology: fe, nun + -ya

(fe) pinpanya

prep phrs/adv oftentimes (sent init)

Etymology: fe, pinpan + -ya

(fe) riya

prep phrs/adv again

Etymology: fe, ri- + -ya

(fe) sama loka

prep phrs/adv in the same place

Etymology: fe, sama, loka

(fe) sama watu

prep phrs/adv at the same time

Etymology: fe, sama, watu

(fe) satiya

prep phrs/adv truly (sent init)

Etymology: fe, sati + -ya

(fe) sipulya

prep phrs/adv indeed (sent init)

Etymology: fe, si + -pul + -ya

(fe) totalya

prep phrs/adv totally, absolutely (sent init)

Etymology: fe, total + -ya

(fe) umumiya

prep phrs/adv in general, generally (sent init)

Etymology: umumi + -ya

(fe) un mara

prep phrs/adv once

Etymology: fe, un, mara

(fe) xanerya

prep phrs/adv soon (sent init)

Etymology: fe, xa + -ner + -ya

(fe) xatelya

prep phrs/adv in a long time (sent init)

Etymology: fe, xa + -tel + -ya

(fe) xaya

prep phrs/adv in the future, later on, afterwards

Etymology: fe, xa + -ya

(fe) yakinya

prep phrs/adv certainly (sent init)

Etymology: fe, yakin + -ya

(fe/har) alo maner

prep phrs/adv in another way

Etymology: fe, har, alo, maner

(fe/har) alo seba

prep phrs/adv for a different reason

Etymology: fe, har, alo, seba

(fe/har) ban maner

prep phrs/adv somehow, by some method

Etymology: fe, har, ban, maner

(fe/har) ban seba

prep phrs/adv for some reason

Etymology: fe, har, ban, seba

(fe/har) den maner

prep phrs/adv like that, like so, in that way

Etymology: fe, har, den maner

(fe/har) den seba

prep phrs/adv for that reason

Etymology: fe, har, den seba

(fe/har) hin maner

prep phrs/adv like this, like so, in this way

Etymology: fe, har, hin, maner

(fe/har) hin seba

prep phrs/adv for this reason

Etymology: fe, har, hin, seba

(fe/har) ke maner

prep phrs/adv how (done in what way)

Etymology: fe, har, ke, maner

(fe/har) ke seba

prep phrs/adv why, how come

Etymology: fe, har, ke, seba

(fe/har) ku maner

prep phrs/adv (done in what way) how (subordinate clause)

Etymology: fe, har, ku, maner

(fe/har) ku seba

prep phrs/adv why, how come (subordinate clause)

Etymology: fe, har, ku, seba

(fe/har) moy maner

prep phrs/adv in every way

Etymology: fe, har, moy, maner

(fe/har) moy seba

prep phrs/adv for every reason

Etymology: fe, har, moy, seba

(fe/har) nil maner

prep phrs/adv in no way

Etymology: fe, har, nil, maner

(fe/har) nil seba

prep phrs/adv for no reason

Etymology: fe, har, nil, seba

(fe/har) sama maner

prep phrs/adv in the same way

Etymology: fe, har, sama, maner

(fe/har) sama seba

prep phrs/adv for the same reason

Etymology: fe, har, sama, seba

(un) ofcare

n (one) fourth

Etymology: un, of- + care

(un) ofcen

n (one) hundredth

Etymology: un, of- + cen

(un) ofdes

n (one) tenth

Etymology: un, of- + des

(un) ofdua

n (one) half

Etymology: un, of- + dua

(un) oftiga

n (one) third

Etymology: un, of- + tiga

-bel

pfx -ible, -able (short for be-X-bil)

Etymology: Oko be, bil

-bil

adj/adv sfx which can (be), -able/-ible

Etymology: Oko abil

-bol

n sfx ball

Etymology: Oko bola

-ci

n sfx medical practice

Etymology: Oko medici

-cu

n/v.intr sfx intransitive verb marker

Etymology: Oko cudu

-do

adj/adv sfx passive adjective marker

Etymology: Englisa (-ed), Espanisa (-ado, -ido)

-dom

n sfx building, room or other site with specific purpose

Etymology: Oko dome

-fon

n sfx -phone, tool for speech sound

Etymology: Oko fono

-gi

n/v.tr sfx causative/transitive marker

Etymology: Oko gibe

-gon

sfx -agon (pentagon, etc.)

Etymology: Oko gono

-hol

n sfx sheath, holder

Etymology: Oko hole

-i

n sfx denotes endearment or affection

Etymology: Englisa (-y)

-ismo

n sfx -ism

Etymology: Englisa, Doycesa, Fransesa, Espanisa, Rusisa, Farsisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

-ista

n sfx -ist

Etymology: Englisa, Doycesa, Fransesa, Espanisa, Rusisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa, Turkisa, Farsisa

-je

n sfx degree [-ya may be used instead]

Etymology: Oko daraje

-kal

adj/adv sfx -less, empty

Etymology: Oko kali

-kan

n sfx store

Etymology: Oko dukan

-kax

n sfx case, container

Etymology: Oko kaxa

-kef

n sfx chief, head, boss, lead

Etymology: Oko kefa

-kras

n sfx (type of) government

Etymology: Oko krasi

Also see:

-kum

n sfx piece of cloth for specific purpose

Etymology: Oko kumax

-lar

n sfx denotes a collective group

Etymology: Oko lari

-lay

adj/adv sfx worthy

Etymology: Oko laye

-li

adj/adv sfx related to, of

Etymology: Fransesa (-el, -elle), Espanisa (-al), Englisa (-al, -ly), Doycesa (-lich), Rusisa (-ельный “-elni”, -альный “-alni”), Turkisa (-li)

-logi

n sfx specialty, science/study of

Etymology: Oko ologi

Also see:

-lor

adj/adv sfx shade of color

Etymology: Oko kolor

-mar

adj/adv sfx sick

Etymology: Oko bimar; Espanisa (mal - illness), Arabisa (مرض “marad”)

Also see:

-men

n sfx document

Etymology: Oko dokumen

-mey

adj/adv sfx inclined to, tending towards

Etymology: Oko meylu

-mon

n sfx element or unit of a whole

Etymology: Oko mono

-mus

adj/adv sfx which must (be)

Etymology: Oko musi

-ne

adj/adv sfx active adjective

Etymology: Englisa (-ing), Fransesa (-ant), Espanisa (-ando), Doycesa (-en, -ende), Rusisa (-ный “-ny”), Turkisa (-en, -an)

-ner

adj/adv sfx near (used only with le- and xa-)

Etymology: Oko nere

-ple

adj/adv sfx -uble, -iple, -uple

Etymology: Englisa (double, triple), Fransesa (double), Espanisa (doble, triple)

-pul

adj/adv sfx full of, having, -ous

Etymology: Oko pule

-sa

n sfx language, animal sounds

Etymology: Oko basa

-sim

adj/adv sfx -like, -ish (added to nouns)

Etymology: Oko similer

-so

n sfx meat

Etymology: Oko maso

-su

adj sfx possessive adjective marker

Etymology: Espanisa (su), Englisa (-‘s, whose)

-tel

adj/adv sfx far (used only with le- and xa-)

Etymology: Oko teli

-ter

n sfx measuring device

Etymology: Oko meter

-tim

n sfx team, body

Etymology: Oko time

-tis

n sfx inflammation

Etymology: Oko itis

-tor

n sfx -ator, machine

Etymology: Oko motor

-tul

n sfx tool

Etymology: Englisa (tool)

-wol

adj/adv sfx wanting

Etymology: Oko wole

-xey

n sfx thing, substance

Etymology: Arabisa (شيء “shay”), Putunhwa (事 “shì”), Turkisa (şey)

-ya

n sfx abstract nouns

Etymology: Arabisa (“-ya”), Hindisa (“-ya”), Espanisa (-ía), Rusisa (“-ya”), Sinhalese (“-ya”)

-yen

n sfx being (any life form), personified object

Etymology: Putunhwa (员 “yuán”), Englisa (-ian), Fransesa (-ien, -ienne), Swahili (yeye - s/he)

-yum

adj/adv sfx ordinal number

Etymology: Fransesa (ième), Farsisa (“-um”)

a

interj ah (denotes surprise or wonder)

Etymology: Putunhwa (啊 “a”); Englisa (ah); Doycesa (ah); Espanisa (ah); Rusisa (ах “akh”, a “a”)

abil

n ability; v be able, can

Etymology: Englisa (able); Espanisa (abil, abilidad); Turkisa (-abil)

Also see:

abilli

adj/adv possible, possibly

Etymology: abil + -li

abilpul

adj/adv able, capable

Etymology: abil + -pul

abilya

n possibility

Etymology: abil + -ya

abruto

adj/adv abrupt, abruptly, sudden, suddenly

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Espanisa

Also see:

abrutoya

n suddenness, abruptness

Etymology: abruto + -ya

abyasa

n rehearsal, practice; v practice, rehearse

Etymology: Hindisa (अभ्यास “abyas”), Kannada (ಅಭ್ಯಾಸ “abyāsa”)

acum

n sneeze; v sneeze

Etymology: kwasigili leksi - Arabisa, Doycesa, Hindisa, Hangusa, Farsisa, Espanisa, Turkisa, Tamil, ji maxya

adil

adj/adv fair, fairly, just, justly

Etymology: Arabisa (عادل “adil”), Farsisa (عادل “adel”), Indonesisa (adil), Turkisa (adil)

adilya

n fairness, justice

Etymology: adil + -ya

adres

n address; v address (mail)

Etymology: Fransesa (adresse), Englisa (address), Doycesa (Adresse), Rusisa (адрес “adres”), Turkisa (adres)

Afgani

n Afghanistan

Etymology: Pashto (افغانستان “Afġānistān”)

Afganili

adj/adv Afghan (relating to Afghanistan, its people, or their language)

Etymology: Afgani + -li

Afganiyen

n Afghan (a native or inhabitant of Afghanistan)

Etymology: Afgani + -yen

Afrika

n Africa

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Arabisa, Hindisa, Telugu, Turkisa, Swahili, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa, Hangusa, Niponsa

Afrikali

adj/adv African (relating to Africa and its people)

Etymology: Afrika + -li

Afrikanse

n Afrikaans (language)

Etymology: Afrikaans (Afrikaans)

Afrikayen

n African (a native or inhabitant of Africa)

Etymology: Afrika + -yen

agil

adj/adv agile

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa (agil), Espanisa (agil), Serbian (агиле “agile”)

agilya

n agility

Etymology: agil + -ya

aham

n comprehension, understanding; v understand, comprehend

Etymology: Arabisa (فهم “fahum”), Swahili (-fahamu), Indonesisa (paham, memahami), Farsisa (فهم “fahm”), Englisa (aha moment)

ajabu

adj/adv strange, weird, odd

Etymology: Hindisa (अजीब “ajib”), Farsisa (عجیب “ajib”), Turkisa (acayip), Swahili (ajabu), Arabisa (عجيب “ajib”)

ajabuya

n strangeness, weirdness, oddness

Etymology: ajabu + -ya

aksyon

n action, activity; v act (take action)

Etymology: Englisa (action), Pilipinasa (aksyon), Indonesisa (reaksi), Doycesa (Aktion), Rusisa (реакция “reaksia”), Espanisa (acción), Turkisa (reaksiyon)

alergi

n allergy

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Hindisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa,

alergili

adj/adv allergic (caused by or relating to an allergy)

Etymology: alergi + -li

alergipul (fe)

adj/adv allergic (to)

Etymology: alergi + -pul, fe

alergipul (fe)

adj/adv allergic (to)

Etymology: alergi + -pul, fe

alim

n teaching(s); v teach, instruct

Etymology: Arabisa (علم “alim”), Farsisa (معلم “moalem”), Hindisa (तालीम “talim” - teaching, training), Swahili (elimu, mwalimu - teacher), Turkisa (talimat - instruction)

alimyen

n teacher, instructor

Etymology: alim + -yen

alo

adj/adv, det other, different [see Correlatives]

Etymology: (alternative, allo-) Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

alo kom

adj/adv phrs different from, differ from

Etymology: alo, kom

alo kwanti (di)

n phrs a different quantity (of)

Etymology: alo, kwanti, di

alo kwanti (di)

n phrs a different quantity (of)

Etymology: alo, kwanti, di

(fe) alo loka

prep phrs/adv elsewhere

Etymology: fe, alo, loka

(fe/har) alo maner

prep phrs/adv in another way

Etymology: fe, har, alo, maner

alo numer (di)

n phrs a different number (of)

Etymology: alo, numer, di

alo numer (di)

n phrs a different number (of)

Etymology: alo, numer, di

(fe/har) alo seba

prep phrs/adv for a different reason

Etymology: fe, har, alo, seba

(fe) alo watu

prep phrs/adv at a different time

Etymology: fe, alo, watu

alocu

v.intr change (become changed, get changed)

Etymology: alo + -cu

alogi

v.tr alter, change

Etymology: alo + -gi

alojensimey

adj/adv heterosexual

Etymology: alo- + jensi + -mey

aloli

adj/adv a different kind (of)

Etymology: alo + -li

alopul

adj/adv in another way

Etymology: alo + -pul

alosu

adj/adv somebody else's, someone else's

Etymology: alo + -su

alote

pron somebody else, someone else

Etymology: alo + te

aloto

pron something else; other things

Etymology: alo + to

aloya

n difference

Etymology: alo + -ya

aloyagi

n distinction, differentiation; v differentiate, distinguish

Etymology: alo + -ya + -gi

am

part imperative verb marker

Etymology: Oko amir

Amarini

n Amharic (language)

Etymology: Amharic (አማርኛ “āmarinya”)

amen

interj amen

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Chinese, Hangusa, Arabisa, Farsisa, Indonesisa, Turkisa

Amerika

n America

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Arabisa, Farsisa, Hindisa, Telugu, Turkisa, Swahili, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

Amerikali

adj/adv American (of or relating to the Americas)

Etymology: Amerika + -li

Amerikayen

n North or South-American

Etymology: Amerika + -yen

amiru

n commandment; v command, order

Etymology: Arabisa (أمر “amr”), Turkisa (emir), Swahili (amri, -amuru)

amusa

n amusement, entertainment; v amuse, entertain

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa (amüsant - amusing), Arabisa (مسل “masal” - amusing)

amusacu

n fun; v.intr have fun

Etymology: amusa + -cu

amusali parke

n amusement park

Etymology: amusa + -li, parke

amusane

adj/adv amusing, amusingly; entertaining; fun

Etymology: amusa + -ne

analisi

n analysis; v analyze

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa (analisis), Turkisa (analiz), Pilipinasa (analisahin)

analisili

adj/adv analytic, analytical, analytically

Etymology: analisi + -li

Angola

n Angola

Etymology: Portugalsa (Angola)

Angolali

adj/adv Angolan

Etymology: Angola + -li

Angolayen

n Angolan

Etymology: Angola + -yen

anjen

adj/adv safe, safely, secure, securely

Etymology: Putunhwa (安全 “Ānquán”), Niponsa (安全 “anzen”), Hangusa (안전 “anjeon”)

anjen(ya)kax

n safe(box)

Etymology: anjen + -ya + -kax

anjengi

n/v.tr secure

Etymology: anjen + -gi

anjen(ya)kax

n safe(box)

Etymology: anjen + -ya + -kax

anjenya

n safety, security

Etymology: anjen + -ya

ansyoso

adj/adv anxious, worried

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Espanisa

ansyosoya

n anxiety, worry

Etymology: ansyoso + -ya

anti

prep against, versus

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa (anti-), Turkisa (anti-)

anti-

pfx anti-

Etymology: Oko anti

antiaksyon

n counteraction; v counteract

Etymology: anti- + aksyon

antidokya

n antidote

Etymology: anti- + dokya

antigi

n/v oppose, object, counter

Etymology: anti + -gi

antili

adj/adv opposing, opposingly

Etymology: anti + -li

antipul

adj/adv contrary

Etymology: anti + -pul

antiya

n opposition, objection

Etymology: anti + -ya

aparmen

n apartment

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

aplika

n application; v apply (bring or put into operation or practical use)

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Espanisa

aplikabel

adj/adv applicable

Etymology: aplika + -bel

aproba

n approval; v approve

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Polish, Pilipinasa

Arabi

n Arabia, Arabian Peninsula

Etymology: Arabisa (العربية “alearabia”)

Arabili

adj/adv Arabian

Etymology: Arabi + -li

Arabisa

n Arabic (language)

Etymology: Arabi + -sa

Arabiyen

n Arab

Etymology: Arabi + -yen

aresto

n/v arrest

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Espanisa, Rusisa (арестовать “arestovat”), Pilipinasa (aresto)

Argentina

n Argentina

Etymology: Espanisa (Argentina)

Argentinali

adj/adv Argentine, Argentinian

Etymology: Argentina + -li

Argentinayen

n Argentine, Argentinian

Etymology: Argentina + -yen

arkiteto

n architect

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa (arsitek), Pilipinasa (arkitekto)

arkitetoya

n architecture

Etymology: arkiteto + -ya

arte

n art

Etymology: (artist) Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa, Turkisa

arteli

adj/adv artistic, artistically (relating to art)

Etymology: arte + -li

artemey

adj/adv artistic, artistically (tendency towards art)

Etymology: arte + -mey

arteyen

n artist

Etymology: arte + -yen

artro

n joint

Etymology: (arthritis) Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa, Pilipinasa

artrotis

n arthritis

Etymology: artro + -tis

asan

adj/adv easy, easily

Etymology: Hindisa (आसान, “asan”), Farsisa (آسان “asan”), Azerbaijani (asan)

asanya

n ease

Etymology: asan + -ya

asel

n origin; v.intr originate

Etymology: Arabisa (أصل “asl”), Indonesisa (asal), Farsisa (اصل “asl”) , Swahili (asili)

aselli

adj/adv original, originally (first, initial)

Etymology: asel + -li

Asi

n Asia

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Arabisa, Hindisa, Telugu, Turkisa, Swahili, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa, Hangusa, Niponsa

asif

n regret; v regret, be sorry (about); interj sorry

Etymology: Arabisa (آسف “asif”), Farsisa (تاسف “ta’asef”), Turkisa (esef)

asifpul

adj/adv regretful, regretfully

Etymology: asif + -pul

asifpulya

n regretfulness

Etymology: asif + -pul + -ya

Asili

adj/adv Asian

Etymology: Asi + -li

Asiyen

n Asian

Etymology: Asi + -yen

asman

n sky

Etymology: Hindisa (आसमान “asman”), Farsisa (آسمان “asman”)

asmanlor

adj/adv sky blue

Etymology: asman + -lor

asosya

n association; v.tr associate

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa (asosiasi)

asosyado (ton)

adj/adv associated (with)

Etymology: asosya + -do, ton

asosyado (ton)

adj/adv associated (with)

Etymology: asosya + -do, ton

asosyatim

n association

Etymology: asosya + -tim

astrato

adj/adv abstract, abstractly

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa (abstrak)

ata

n coming; v come

Etymology: Arabisa (أتى “ataa”), Lithuanian (ateiti)

atake

n/v attack

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa (atak)

atex

n fire; v.intr burn (be on fire)

Etymology: Farsisa (آتش “atash”), Turkisa (ateş)

atexgi

n/v.tr burn (set on fire)

Etymology: atex + -gi

atexmon

spark

Etymology: atex + -mon

ativo

adj/adv active, actively

Etymology: Englisa (active), Fransesa, Pilipinasa (aktibo), Indonesisa (aktif), Doycesa (aktiv), Rusisa (активный “aktivni”), Espanisa (activo)

Atlanti

adj Atlantic

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Arabisa, Hindisa, Telugu, Farsisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa, Swahili

ato

n act; v act, play a role

Etymology: (actor) Englisa (actor), Pilipinasa (aktor), Indonesisa (aktor), Dutch (acteur), Rusisa (актер “akter”), Espanisa (actor), Turkisa (aktör)

atre

n/v parent

Etymology: Oko matre, patre

atreli

adj/adv parental, parenting

Etymology: atre + -li

atreya

n parenthood

Etymology: atre + -ya

Australi

n Australia

Etymology: Englisa (Australia)

Australili

adj/adv Australian

Etymology: Australi + -li

Australiyen

n Australian

Etymology: Australi + -yen

aw-

pfx away

Etymology: Oko awsen

awbujo

n kidnapp(ing); v kidnap, carry off, run away with

Etymology: aw- + bujo

awglu

n/v drink up

Etymology: aw- + glu

awidi

n/v leave, go away

Etymology: aw- + idi

awpel

n/v drive away

Etymology: aw- + pel

awsen

adj/adv absent, away

Etymology: Englisa (absent, away), Fransesa (absent), Espanisa (ausente)

awsenya

n absence

Etymology: awsen + -ya

awtenti

adj/adv authentic

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

awtentiya

n authenticity

Etymology: awtenti + -ya

awto-

pfx auto- (automatic)

Etymology: Oko awtomati

awtomati

adj/adv automatic, automatically

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

awtorita

n authority

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa, Pilipinasa

awtoritagi

n authorization; v authorize

Etymology: awtorita + -gi

axam

n evening

Etymology: Turkisa (akşam), Hindisa (शाम “sham”), Farsisa (شب “shab”)

axamli yam

n dinner; v eat/have dinner

Etymology: axam + -li, yam

ay

interj ouch!, ah! (denotes pain or fear)

Etymology: kwasigili leksi - Arabisa, Putunhwa, Fransesa, Indonesisa, Hangusa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Pilipinasa, Vyetnamsa, Farsisa, ji maxya

ayay

n scream, shout (in pain or fear); v scream, yell, shout

Etymology: Oko ay

ayna

n mirror; v mirror, reflect

Etymology: Hindisa (आईना “aina”), Farsisa (آینه “ayne”), Turkisa (ayna)

aynaya

n reflection

Etymology: ayna + -ya

ayse

n ice

Etymology: (ice cream) Englisa, Indonesisa, Hindisa, Swahili

azizu

adj/adv dear, dearly

Etymology: Arabisa (عزيز “eaziz”), Farsisa (عزیز “aziz”)

azizuyen

n darling

Etymology: azizu + -yen

badam

n almond

Etymology: Hindisa (बादाम “badam”), Farsisa (بادام “badam”), Indonesisa (badam), Turkisa (badem)

badamli gluxey

n almond milk

Etymology: badam + -li, glu + -xey

bage

n part, portion, piece; v divide into parts, cut (up)

Etymology: Hindisa (भाग “bag”), Pilipinasa (bahagi), Indonesisa (bagian), Telugu (భాగం “bhāgaṁ”)

bahari

n sea, ocean

Etymology: Arabisa (بحر “bahr”), Swahili (bahari), Farsisa (بحر “bahr”)

bala

adj/adv strong, strongly

Etymology: Hindisa (बल “bal” - strength), Telugu (బలమైన “balamaina”)

balaya

n strength

Etymology: bala + -ya

ban

det some, certain [see Correlatives]

Etymology: Thai (บาง “bang”), Lao (“bang”), Turkisa (bazı), Swahili (badhi)

Also see:

  • bante: pron somebody, someone
  • banto: pron something

ban kwanti (di)

n phrs some amount (of)

Etymology: ban, kwanti, di

ban kwanti (di)

n phrs some amount (of)

Etymology: ban, kwanti, di

(fe) ban loka

prep phrs/adv somewhere

Etymology: fe, ban, loka

(fe/har) ban maner

prep phrs/adv somehow, by some method

Etymology: fe, har, ban, maner

ban numer (di)

n phrs some number (of)

Etymology: ban, numer, di

ban numer (di)

n phrs some number (of)

Etymology: ban, numer, di

(fe/har) ban seba

prep phrs/adv for some reason

Etymology: fe, har, ban, seba

(fe) ban watu

prep phrs/adv sometime

Etymology: fe, har, ban, watu

banana

n banana

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa (banane), Doycesa, Rusisa (банан “banan”)

bandera

n flag

Etymology: Englisa (banner), Espanisa (bandera), Indonesisa (bendera), Swahili (bendera)

Bangla

n Bangladesh

Etymology: Bengali (বাংলাদেশ “Bānlādēśa” - Bangladesh)

Banglali

adj/adv Bengali

Etymology: Bangla + -li

Banglasa

n Bengali (language)

Etymology: Bangla + -sa

Banglayen

n Bengali

Etymology: Bangla + -yen

banko

n bank; v save

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Arabisa, Hindisa, Telugu, Farsisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa, Swahili

banli

adj/adv some kind (of) to a certain degree

Etymology: ban + -li

banpul

adj/adv in some way

Etymology: ban + -pul

bansu

adj/adv somebody's, someone's

Etymology: ban + -su

bante

pron somebody, someone

Etymology: ban + te

Also see:

  • ban: det some, certain [see Correlatives]
  • te: pron s/he (any life form or personified object)

banto

pron something

Etymology: ban + to

Also see:

banyo

n bath; v bathe

Etymology: Fransesa, Espanisa, Rusisa, Turkisa, Pilipinasa

banyodom

n bathroom

Etymology: banyo + -dom

banyokum

n towel

Etymology: banyo + -kum

bao

n bag

Etymology: Putunhwa (包 “bāo”), Vyetnamsa (bao)

Barate

n India

Etymology: Hindisa (भारत “bhaarat”)

Barateli

adj/adv Indian

Etymology: Barate + -li

Barateyen

n Indian

Etymology: Barate + -yen

bardi

adj/adv cold

Etymology: Arabisa (البرد “bard”), Swahili (baridi)

bardicu

v.intr get cold

Etymology: bardi + -cu

bardigi

n/v.tr cool down, chill

Etymology: bardi + -gi

bardiya

n cold

Etymology: bardi + -ya

barix

n/v rain

Etymology: Hindisa (बारिश “barish”)

barixmon

n raindrop

Etymology: barix + -mon

baru

n bear

Etymology: Hindisa (भालू “bhalu”), Indonesisa (beruang), Englisa (bear), Doycesa (Bär)

basa

n language; v communicate through language

Etymology: Hindisa (भाषा “bash”), Telugu (భాష “bhāṣa”), Indonesisa (Bahasa)

basali

adj/adv linguistic

Etymology: basa + -li

basalogi

n linguistics

Etymology: basa + -logi

basalogiyen

n linguist

Etymology: basa + -logi + -yen

basi

n basis; v base

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa (basis), Pilipinasa (base)

basili

adj/adv basic, fundamental

Etymology: basi + -li

baskete

n basket

Etymology: (basketball) Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Hindisa, Indonesisa, Turkisa, Pilipinasa

basketebol

n basketball

Etymology: baskete + -bol

bawey

n defense; v defend

Etymology: Putunhwa (保卫 “bǎowèi”), Vyetnamsa (bảo vệ)

bawham

n/v comprise, consist of

Etymology: Putunhwa (包含 “bāohán”), Vyetnamsa (bao hàm)

bawlu

n violence

Etymology: Putunhwa (暴力 “bàolì”), Vyetnamsa (bạo lực)

bawlupul

adj/adv violent, violently

Etymology: bawlu + -pul

bax

prep under, beneath, below

Etymology: Portugalsa (baixo), Espanisa (bajo), Indonesisa (bawah)

bax-

pfx under-, sub-, vice-

Etymology: Oko bax

baxgeoli

adj/adv subterranean

Etymology: bax- + geo + -li

baxgi

v.tr subdue, subjugate

Etymology: bax + -gi

baxli

adj/adv lower, underlying

Etymology: bax + -li

baxpresidiyen

n vice president

Etymology: bax- + presidi + -yen

baxyen

n subordinate

Etymology: bax + -yen

baytu

n house

Etymology: Arabisa (بيت “bayt”), Hebrew (בית “bayt”)

bazar

n market, bazaar

Etymology: Hindisa, Farsisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Englisa, Rusisa, Espanisa

be-

pfx passive voice marker

Etymology: Putunhwa (被 “bèi”), Englisa (be), Norwegian (ble)

beadresyen

n addressee

Etymology: be- + adres + -yen

bebe

n baby

Etymology: Englisa, Espanisa, Fransesa, Turkisa (bebek)

bedoxobil

legible

Etymology: be- + doxo + -bil

Belgi

n Belgium

Etymology: Dutch (België)

Belgili

adj/adv Belgian

Etymology: Belgi + -li

Belgiyen

n Belgian

Etymology: Belgi + -yen

benji

n essence (intrinsic quality)

Etymology: Putunhwa (本质 “běnzhí”), Hangusa (본질 “bonjil”), Vyetnamsa (bản chất)

beokobil

visible

Etymology: be- + oko + -bil

beokomus

must-see

Etymology: be- + oko + -mus

bete

n son/daughter, child, children

Etymology: Hindisa (बेटा “beta”, बेटी “beti”), Hebrew (הבן “ben”, בת “bat”)

beyambil

edible

Etymology: be- + yam + -bil

beyongopul

adj/adv useful

Etymology: be- + yongo + -pul

beze

n bee

Etymology: kwasigili leksi - Fransesa, Englisa, Polish, Turkisa

bezekax

n beehive

Etymology: beze + -kax

bibi

n/v honk

Etymology: kwasigili leksi - Arabisa, Englisa, Rusisa, Portugalsa, Pilipinasa, Turkisa, Vyetnamsa

bimar

adj/adv sick, ill

Etymology: Hindisa (बीमार “bimar”), Farsisa (بیمار “bimar”)

bimarya

n illness, disease

Etymology: bimar + -ya

bimaryendom

n hospital

Etymology: bimar + -yen + -dom

binan

n refuge; v take refuge

Etymology: Putunhwa (避难 “bìnàn”), Hangusa (피난 “pinan”), Niponsa (避難 “hinan”)

binandom

n asylum, refuge

Etymology: binan + -dom

binanyen

n refugee

Etymology: binan + -yen

binde

n/v tie, bind, fasten, link

Etymology: Englisa (bind), Doycesa (binden), Hindisa (बांधना “bandana”)

bindetul

n link

Etymology: binde + -tul

bio

n life (organism)

Etymology: (biology) Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa, Swahili

biologi

n biology

Etymology: bio + -logi

biologiyen

n biologist

Etymology: bio + -logi + -yen

bira

n beer

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Hindisa (बीयर “biyar”), Indonesisa (bir), Turkisa (bira), Arabisa (بيرة “bayra”), Swahili (bia)

birakan

n bar, pub, tavern

Etymology: bira + -kan

bisnes

n business

Etymology: Englisa (business), Indonesisa (bisnis), Rusisa (бизнес “biznes”)

bisnesyen

n businessman, businesswoman

Etymology: bisnes + -yen

bistar

n bed

Etymology: Hindisa (बिस्तर “bistar”), Farsisa (بستر “bistar”)

bla(bla)

n/v babble

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa

bla(bla)

n/v babble

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa

blue

adj/adv blue

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Swahili (bluu)

blusa

n blouse

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Arabisa (بلوزة “baluza”), Hindisa (ब्लाउज “blauj”)

bo

interj well, so

Etymology: Oko bono

bobo

adj/adv dumb, dumbly; stupid, stupidly

Etymology: Pilipinasa (bobo), Hangusa (바보 “babo”), Swahili (bubu), Indonesisa (bodoh)

boboya

n stupidity

Etymology: bobo + -ya

boboyen

n idiot

Etymology: bobo + -yen

bocan

n compensation; v compensate

Etymology: Putunhwa (补偿 “bǔcháng”), Hangusa (보상 “bosan”), Vyetnamsa (bổ chính)

bohay

n persecution; v persecute

Etymology: Putunhwa (迫害 “pòhài”), Vyetnamsa (bức hại), Hangusa (박해 “baghae”)

bola

n ball

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Espanisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

bomba

n/v bomb

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa, Turkisa

bon-

pfx denotes goodness, eu-

Etymology: Oko bono

bonata

n/v welcome

Etymology: bon- + ata

bonaxam

n good evening (short for bono axam)

Etymology: bon- + axam

bonleksi

n euphemism

Etymology: bon- + leksi

bonmorcu

n euthanasia

Etymology: bon- + morcu

bonnoce

n good night

Etymology: bon- + noce

bonnuru

interj good day

Etymology: bon- + nuru

bono

adj/adv good, well

Etymology: Espanisa (bueno), Fransesa (bon), Italisa (buono)

bonoko

n/v observe, look, watch

Etymology: bon- + oko

bonore

n/v listen (attentively)

Etymology: bon- + ore

bonoyen

n good person

Etymology: bono + -yen

bonsoba

n good morning

Etymology: bon- + soba

bonturi

interj bon voyage

Etymology: bon- + turi

bonxanse

n good luck

Etymology: bon- + xanse

bonyam

interj bon appetit

Etymology: bon- + yam

bortokal

n orange (fruit)

Etymology: Arabisa (البرتقالي “burtuqali”), Turkisa (portakal), Romanian (portocale)

botela

n bottle

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa (botol), Pilipinasa (botelya), Hindisa (बोतल “botal”)

bozi

n goat

Etymology: Farsisa (بز “boz”), Swahili (mbuzi)

Brazil

n Brazil

Etymology: Portugalsa (Brasil)

Brazilli

adj/adv Brazilian

Etymology: Brazil + -li

Brazilyen

n Brazilian

Etymology: Brazil + -yen

brila

n/v shine

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Espanisa

brilapul

adj/adv shiny, brilliant, brilliantly

Etymology: brila + -pul

Briti

n United Kingdom, Britain

Etymology: Englisa (Britain, Brit, British)

Britili

adj/adv British

Etymology: Briti + -li

Britiyen

n Brit

Etymology: Briti + -yen

broda

n beard

Etymology: Englisa (beard), Doycesa (Bart), Dutch (baard), Rusisa (борода “boroda”), Polish (broda), Slovak (brada)

bruno

adj/adv brown

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Arabisa (بنى “bunaa”), Hindisa (भूरा “bhoora”), Rusisa (бурый “bury”)

bucun

n/v supplement

Etymology: Putunhwa (补充 “bǔchōng”), Hangusa (보충 “bochung”)

Buda

Buddha

Etymology:

Budaismo

n Buddhism

Etymology: Buda + -ismo

Budaista

n Buddhist

Etymology: Buda + -ista

bujo

n/v capture, catch

Etymology: Putunhwa (捕捉 “bǔzhuō”)

bujotul

n trap

Etymology: bujo + -tul

buka

n opening; v open

Etymology: Indonesisa (buka), Pilipinasa (buksan, ibukas)

bukado

adj/adv open, openly

Etymology: buka + -do

bum

n explosion; v explode

Etymology: kwasigili leksi - Arabisa, Englisa, Doycesa, Fransesa, Espanisa, Pilipinasa, Turkisa, Pilipinasa

bur-

pfx denotes badness

Etymology: Oko buru

burleksi

n swearword

Etymology: bur- + leksi

burnini

n brat

Etymology: bur- + nini

Also see:

  • nini: n child, kid, boy, girl
  • bur-: pfx denotes badness

burroya

n nightmare; v have a nightmare

Etymology: bur- + roya

bursolo

adj/adv lonely, lonesome

Etymology: bur- + solo

buru

adj/adv bad, badly

Etymology: Hindisa (बुरा “bura”, बुरी “buri”), Indonesisa (buruk)

buruya

n evil

Etymology: buru + -ya

buruyen

n villain

Etymology: buru + -yen

bus

n bus

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa

buton

n/v button

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Espanisa, Pilipinasa (buton), Turkisa (buton), Hindisa (बटन “batan”)

bwaw

n dog

Etymology: kwasigili leksi - Arabisa, Bengali, Bulgarian, Croatian, Doycesa, Englisa, Espanisa, Telugu, Pilipinasa, Swahili (-bwa)

bwawsa

n/v bark

Etymology: bwaw + -sa

byen

n edge

Etymology: Chinese (边 “biān”), Vyetnamsa (biên)

Cadi

n Chad

Etymology: Arabisa (تشاد‎ “chād”)

Cadili

adj/adv Chadian

Etymology: Cadi + -li

Cadiyen

n Chadian

Etymology: Cadi + -yen

calyo

n vehicle; v travel (by vehicle)

Etymology: Putunhwa (车辆 “chēliàng”), Hangusa (차량 “chalyang”), Niponsa (車両 “sharyo”)

candru

n moon

Etymology: Hindisa (चांद “chand”), Telugu (చంద్రుడు “chandruḍu”), Indonesisa (candra)

care

num four

Etymology: Hindisa (चार “car”)

caredes

num forty

Etymology:

caregon

n quadrilateral

Etymology: care + -gon

careple

quadruple

Etymology: care + -ple

careyum

adj/adv fourth

Etymology: care + -yum

carme

n charm; v charm, enchant

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa

carmedo

adj/adv charmed, enchanted

Etymology: carme + -do

carmene

adj/adv charming, enchanting

Etymology: carme + -ne

carmepul

adj/adv charming, enchanting

Etymology: carme + -pul

cati

n chest (body part)

Etymology: Hindisa (छाती “cati”), Telugu (ఛాతి “chāti”)

cay

n tea

Etymology: Putunhwa (茶 “chá”), Hindisa (चाय “chaay”), Swahili (chai), Turkisa (çay), Farsisa (چای “cay”)

cebula

n onion

Etymology: Doycesa (Zwiebel), Espanisa (cebolla), Polish (cebula)

cel

prep to, for, in order (to) (denotes purpose/goal; indirect object marker); -wards

Etymology: Oko cele

cel fronta

prep forwards

Etymology: cel, fronta

cel infer

prep down

Etymology: cel, infer

cel ruke

prep backwards

Etymology: cel, ruke

cel super

prep up

Etymology: cel, super

cel-

pfx to

Etymology: Oko cel

cele

n goal, target, purpose; v aim at, target

Etymology: Rusisa (цель “tsel”), Doycesa (Ziel), Hungarian (cél)

celidi

n/v access

Etymology: cel- + idi

celki

conj so that

Etymology: cel + ki

cen

num hundred, one hundred

Etymology: centimeter: Englisa, Fransesa, Espanisa, Indonesisa, Hangusa, Niponsa, Hindisa, Swahili

cengon

n hectogon, hecatontagon, 100-gon

Etymology: cen + -gon

censu

adj/adv mature, maturely

Etymology: Putunhwa (成熟 “chéngshú”), Hangusa (성숙 “seongsug-”)

censucu

n/v.intr (become) mature

Etymology: censu + -cu

centra

n center

Etymology: Englisa, Doycesa, Fransesa, Espanisa, Rusisa, Hindisa (केंद्र “kendr”)

centrali

adj/adv central, centrally

Etymology: centra + -li

cenyum

adj/adv hundredth

Etymology: cen + -yum

ceri

n cherry

Etymology: Englisa (cherry), Fransesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Hindisa, Indonesisa, Swahili

Ceski

n Czech Republic

Etymology: Czech (Česká republika)

Ceskili

adj/adv Czech

Etymology: Ceski + -li

Ceskisa

n Czech (language)

Etymology: Ceski + -sa

Ceskiyen

n Czech

Etymology: Ceski + -yen

cibo

n fat

Etymology: Putunhwa (脂肪 “zhīfáng”), Hangusa (지방 “jibang”), Niponsa (脂肪 “ shibō”)

cibopul

adj/adv fat

Etymology: cibo + -pul

Cile

n Chile

Etymology: Espanisa (Chile)

Cileli

adj/adv Chilean

Etymology: Cile + -li

Cileyen

n Chilean

Etymology: Cile + -yen

cokolate

n chocolate

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Arabisa, Hindisa, Telugu, Farsisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa, Swahili, Putunhwa, Hangusa, Niponsa, Vyetnamsa

col-

pfx denotes ugliness

Etymology: Oko colo

coleskri

n/v scribble

Etymology: col- + eskri

colo

adj/adv ugly

Etymology: Putunhwa (丑陋 “chǒulòu)

comen

n side

Etymology: Putunhwa (侧面 “cèmiàn”), Hangusa (측면 “cheugmyeon”), Niponsa (側面 “Sokumen”)

conce

n beak

Etymology: Hindisa (चोंच “chonch”)

cori

n theft; v steal

Etymology: Hindisa (चोरी “cori”), Indonesisa (curi)

coriyen

n thief

Etymology: cori + -yen

cosan

n/v praise, compliment

Etymology: Putunhwa (称赞 “chēngzàn”), Hangusa (칭찬 “chingchan”), Niponsa (賞賛 “shōsan”)

cosanyen

n flatterer

Etymology: cosan + -yen

cote

adj/adv short, low

Etymology: Hindisa (छोटा “cota”, छोटी “coti”)

coteyen

n short person

Etymology: cote + -yen

cudu

n acquisition, gain; v obtain, acquire, take, get, gain

Etymology: Putunhwa (取得 “qǔdé”), Hangusa (취득 “chwideug”)

cufam

n offense, v offend

Etymology: Putunhwa (触犯 “chùfàn”), Vyetnamsa (xúc phạm)

cufamdo

adj/adv offended

Etymology: cufam + -do

cufammey

adj/adv offensive

Etymology: cufam + -mey

cufampul

adj/adv offensive

Etymology: cufam + -pul

Cungwo

n China

Etymology: Putunhwa (中国 “zhōngguó”), Hangusa (중국 “jung-gug”), Niponsa (中国 “chūgoku”), Vyetnamsa (Trung Quốc)

Cungwoli

adj/adv Chinese

Etymology: Cungwo + -li

Cungwoyen

n Chinese

Etymology: Cungwo + -yen

cuyo

adj/adv main, mainly, primary, primarily, principal, chief, chiefly

Etymology: Putunhwa (主要 “zhǔyào”), Vyetnamsa (chủ yếu), Niponsa (主要 “shuyō”), Hangusa (주요 “juyo”)

cuyo angel

n archangel

Etymology: cuyo, angel

cuyo dolo

n main street

Etymology: cuyo, dolo

cuyo yawxe

n master key

Etymology: cuyo, yawxe

cyan

adj/adv cyan

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Hindisa, Hangusa

dabihu

n sacrifice, offering; v sacrifice

Etymology: Arabisa (ذبيحة “dhabiha”), Swahili (dhabihu)

dabihuli

adj/adv sacrificial

Etymology: dabihu + -li

dadal

n achievement, accomplishment; v reach, achieve, accomplish

Etymology: Putunhwa (达到 “dadao”), Hangusa (닿다 “dahda”, 도달 “dodal”)

dahabu

n gold

Etymology: Arabisa (ذهب “dahab”), Swahili (dhahabu)

dahabuli

adj/adv golden (made of gold)

Etymology: dahabu + -li

dahabulor

adj/adv golden (color)

Etymology: dahabu + -lor

daif

adj/adv weak, weakly

Etymology: Arabisa (ضعيف “daif”), Swahili (dhaifu), Indonesisa (daif), Turkisa (zayıf), Farsisa (ضعیف “daif”)

daifya

n weakness

Etymology: daif + -ya

dambo

adj/adv thin, thinly

Etymology: Putunhwa (单薄 “dānbó”)

damboyen

n thin person

Etymology: dambo + -yen

danse

n/v dance

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa (tanzen), Rusisa (танцевать “tantsevat”), Espanisa (danza), Turkisa (dans), Indonesisa (dansa)

danseyen

n dancer

Etymology: danse + -yen

daraje

n degree, grade, level

Etymology: Arabisa (درجة “daraja”), Farsisa (درجه “daraje”), Indonesisa (derajat), Turkisa (derece)

darbe

n strike, blow; v hit, strike

Etymology: Arabisa (ضربة “darba”), Turkisa (darbe), Farsisa (ضربه “darbe”)

darsu

n lesson, class

Etymology: Arabisa (درس “dars”), Farsisa (درس “dars”), Turkisa (ders)

darsudom

n classroom

Etymology: darsu + -dom

darsular

n course

Etymology: darsu + -lar

daw

prep through, by way of, via

Etymology: Oko dawo

daw-

pfx through

Etymology: Oko dawo

dawo

n path, way

Etymology: Putunhwa (道 “dào”)

dawoismo

n Taoism

Etymology: dawo + -ismo

dawoista

n Taoist

Etymology: dawo + -ista

dawpasa

n/v traverse, pass through

Etymology: daw- + pasa

day-

pfx denotes big/large, much, loud

Etymology: Oko dayo

dayajabu

adj/adv bizarre

Etymology: day- + ajabu

dayatre

n grandparent

Etymology: day- + atre

daybahari

n ocean

Etymology: day- + bahari

daybardi

adj/adv freezing

Etymology: day- + bardi

daybarix

n downpour; v be pouring

Etymology: day- + barix

daybaytu

n mansion

Etymology: day- + baytu

daybono

adj/adv excellent, great, awesome

Etymology: day- + bono

Daybriti

n Great Britain

Etymology: day- + Briti

dayburu

adj/adv awful, terrible

Etymology: day- + buru

daycolo

adj/adv hideous

Etymology: day- + colo

daydayo

adj/adv huge

Etymology: day- + dayo

daydolo

n road, highway, freeway

Etymology: day- + dolo

daygarme

adj/adv hot, scorching

Etymology: day- + garme

dayhazuni

adj/adv inconsolable

Etymology: day- + hazuni

daykargux

n hare

Etymology: day- + kargux

daykotor

adj/adv filthy

Etymology: day- + kotor

daykotorya

n filth

Etymology: day- + kotor + -ya

daykox

adj/adv ecstatic

Etymology: day- + kox

daykoxya

n ecstacy, bliss

Etymology: day- + kox + -ya

daylama

adj/adv ancient

Etymology: day- + lama

dayli

adv greatly, very

Etymology: day- + -li

daylile

adj/adv tiny

Etymology: day- + lile

dayloga

n/v yell, scream, shout

Etymology: day- + loga

dayma(ma)

n grandma

Etymology: Oko daymatre

dayma(ma)

n grandma

Etymology: Oko daymatre

daymatre

n grandmother

Etymology: day- + matre

daymeli

adj/adv gorgeous

Etymology: day- + meli

daynewe

adj/adv brand new

Etymology: day- + newe

dayo

adj/adv big, large, great, greatly

Etymology: Putunhwa (大 “dà”), Niponsa (大 “dai-”)

dayoje

n size

Etymology: dayo + -je

dayoya

n size

Etymology: dayo + -ya

dayra

n circle

Etymology: Arabisa (دائرة “dayira”), Farsisa (دایره “dayere”), Swahili (duara), Turkisa (daire)

dayxaher

n metropolis

Etymology: day- + xaher

de

prep of (belonging to)

Etymology: Fransesa (de), Espanisa (de), Putunhwa (的 “de”)

debate

n debate, argument; v debate, argue

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa

deklara

n declaration; v declare

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa (deklarasyon), Pilipinasa (deklarasyon)

deklaramen

n (official document with) declaration

Etymology: deklara + -men

demo

n (the) public

Etymology: (democracy) - Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Arabisa, Farsisa, Turkisa, Swahili, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

demokras

n democracy

Etymology: demo + -kras

demoli

adj/adv public, publicly

Etymology: demo + -li

den

det that, those [see Correlatives]

Etymology: Doycesa (den)

den kwanti (di)

n phrs that much

Etymology: den, kwanti, di

den kwanti (di)

n phrs that much

Etymology: den, kwanti, di

(fe) den loka

prep phrs/adv there

Etymology: fe, den, loka

(fe/har) den maner

prep phrs/adv like that, like so, in that way

Etymology: fe, har, den maner

den numer (di)

n phrs that many

Etymology: den, numer, di

den numer (di)

n phrs that many

Etymology: den, numer, di

(fe/har) den seba

prep phrs/adv for that reason

Etymology: fe, har, den seba

(fe) den watu

prep phrs/adv then

Etymology: fe, den, watu

denli

adj/adv that kind of, such, so

Etymology: den + -li

denli... kupul...

adv as... as...

Etymology: den + -li; ku + -pul

denpul

adj/adv like that, like so

Etymology: den + -pul

densu

adj that one's

Etymology: den + -su

denta

n tooth

Etymology: Hindisa (दांत “daant”), Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa (dental), Rusisa (дентальный “dentalny”), Espanisa

dentaci

n dentistry

Etymology: denta + -ci

dentaciyen

n dentist

Etymology: denta + -ci + -yen

dentali

adj/adv dental

Etymology: denta + -li

dente

pron that (one, person)

Etymology: den + te

dento

pron that (one, thing)

Etymology: den + to

des

num ten

Etymology: Hindisa (दस “das”), Espanisa (diez), Rusisa (десять “desyat”)

des care

num fourteen

Etymology: des, care

des dua

num twelve

Etymology: des, dua

des lima

num fifteen

Etymology: des, lima

des nue

num nineteen

Etymology: des, nue

des oco

num eighteen

Etymology: des, oco

des sabe

num seventeen

Etymology: des, sabe

des sisa

num sixteen

Etymology: des, sisa

des tiga

num thirteen

Etymology: des, tiga

des un

num eleven

Etymology: des, un

descaregon

n tetradecagon, tetrakaidecagon, 14-gon

Etymology: des + care + -gon

descareyum

adj/adv fourteenth

Etymology: des + care + -yum

desduagon

n dodecagon, 12-gon

Etymology: des + dua + -gon

desduayum

adj/adv twelfth

Etymology: des + dua + -yum

deslimagon

n pentadecagon, pentakaidecagon, 15-gon

Etymology: des + lima + -gon

deslimayum

adj/adv fifteenth

Etymology: des + lima + -yum

desnuegon

n enneadecagon, enneakaidecagon, nonadecagon, 19-gon

Etymology: des + nue + -gon

desnueyum

adj/adv nineteenth

Etymology: des + nue + -yum

desocogon

n octadecagon, octakaidecagon, 18-gon

Etymology: des + oco + -gon

desocoyum

adj/adv eighteenth

Etymology: des + oco + -yum

dessabegon

n heptadecagon, 17-gon

Etymology: des + sabe + -gon

dessabeyum

adj/adv seventeenth

Etymology: des + sabe + -yum

dessisagon

n hexadecagon, hexakaidecagon, 16-gon

Etymology: des + sisa + -gon

dessisayum

adj/adv sixteenth

Etymology: des + sisa + -yum

destigagon

n tridecagon, triskaidecagon, 13-gon

Etymology: des + tiga + -gon

destigayum

adj/adv thirteenth

Etymology: des + tiga + -yum

destrui

n destruction; v destroy

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Rusisa, Espanisa

desungon

n undecagon, hendecagon, endecagon, 11-gon

Etymology: des + un + -gon

desunyum

adj/adv eleventh

Etymology: des + un + -yum

desyum

adj/adv tenth

Etymology: des + -yum

dexa

n country

Etymology: Hindisa (देश “desh”), Telugu (దేశం “dēśaṁ”)

dexali byen

n border

Etymology: dexa + -li; byen

deya

n/v belong to

Etymology: de + -ya

di

prep of (quantity)

Etymology: Fransesa, Italisa, Espanisa

digita

n digit

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Hindisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa

digitali

adj/adv digital, digitally

Etymology: digita + -li

dina

n day

Etymology: Espanisa (día), Rusisa (день “dien”), Hindisa (दिन “din”), Kannada (ದಿನ “dina”), Javanese (dina), Putunhwa (天 “tiān”)

dina care

n Thursday

Etymology: dina, care

dina dua

n Tuesday

Etymology: dina, dua

dina lima

n Friday

Etymology: dina, lima

dina sabe

n Sunday

Etymology: dina, sabe

dina sisa

n Saturday

Etymology: dina, sisa

dina tiga

n Wednesday

Etymology: dina, tiga

dina un

n Monday

Etymology: dina, un

dinalar

n week

Etymology: dina + -lar

dingya

n definition; v define

Etymology: Putunhwa (定义 “dìngyì”), Vyetnamsa (định nghĩa)

dini

n religion

Etymology: Arabisa (دين “din”), Farsisa (دین “din”), Turkisa (din)

dinidom

n church, temple

Etymology: dini + -dom

dinimey

adj/adv religious

Etymology: dini + -mey

dis-

pfx dis-

Etymology: (disperse) - Englisa (disperse), Fransesa (disperser), Rusisa (диспергировать “dispergirovat”), Espanisa (dispersar)

discu

v.intr dispersion, disperse

Etymology: dis + -cu

diseno

n/v design

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Hindisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

disgi

v.tr dispersion, disperse

Etymology: dis + -gi

disgibe

n/v distribute

Etymology: dis- + gibe

diskrimin

n discrimination; v discriminate

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa (diskriminasi), Pilipinasa (diskriminasyon)

diskuti

n discussion; v discuss

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa (diskusi)

divar

n wall

Etymology: Hindisa (दीवार “divaar”), Farsisa (دیوار “divar”), Turkisa (duvar)

dixan

n floor

Etymology: Putunhwa (地上 “dìshàng”)

dodu

n morality

Etymology: Putunhwa (道德 “dàodé”), Niponsa (道徳 “dōtoku”), Hangusa (도덕 “dodeog”), Vyetnamsa (đạo đức)

doduli

adj/adv moral (of or relating to)

Etymology: dodu + -li

dodupul

adj/adv moral

Etymology: dodu + -pul

dokumen

n document

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa, Pilipinasa, Indonesisa

dokya

n/v poison

Etymology: Putunhwa (毒药 “dúyào”), Niponsa (毒薬 “dokuyaku”), Hangusa (독약 “dog-yag”), Vyetnamsa (độc)

dolo

n street, road

Etymology: Putunhwa (道路 “dàolù”), Hangusa (도로 “dolo”), Niponsa (道路 “dōro”)

dome

n building or other site with a specific purpose, place

Etymology: Englisa (domain), Rusisa (дом “dom” - house)

dongi

n agreement; v agree

Etymology: Putunhwa (同意 “tóngyì”), Hangusa (동의 “dong-ui”), Vyetnamsa (đồng ý)

dongo

n east

Etymology: Putunhwa (东 “dōng”), Vyetnamsa (đông), Hangusa (동쪽 “dongjog”)

dongoli

adj/adv eastern

Etymology: dongo + -li

doste

n friend

Etymology: Hindisa (दोस्त “dost”), Turkisa (dost), Farsisa (دوست “dust”)

dostemey

adj/adv friendly (“friend-prone”)

Etymology: doste + -mey

dostesim

adj/adv friendly (“friend-like”)

Etymology: doste + -sim

dotor

n doctor (PhD)

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa

doxo

n reading; v read

Etymology: Putunhwa (读书 “dúshū”), Vyetnamsa (đọc), Hangusa (독서 “dogseo”), Niponsa (読書 “dokusho”)

doxobel

adj/adv legible

Etymology: doxo + -bel

doxobil

adj/adv literate

Etymology: doxo + -bil

doxolay

adj/adv worth reading

Etymology: doxo + -lay

doxoli abil

n literacy

Etymology: doxo + -li, abil

doyan

adj/adv diverse, diversely

Etymology: Putunhwa (多样 “duōyàng”, 多元 “duōyuán”), Hangusa (다양 “dayang”)

doyanya

n diversity

Etymology: doyan + -ya

Doyce

n Germany

Etymology: Doycesa (Deutschland, Deutsch)

Doyceli

adj/adv German

Etymology: Doyce + -li

Doycesa

n Geman (language)

Etymology: Doyce + -sa

Doyceyen

n German

Etymology: Doyce + -yen

doyday

n treatment; v treat

Etymology: Putunhwa (对待 “duìdài”), Vyetnamsa (đối đải)

drevo

n tree

Etymology: Farsisa (درخت “derakht”), Rusisa (древо “drevo”)

du-

pfx continuous/habitual aspect, gerund

Etymology: Oko dure

dua

num two

Etymology: Espanisa (dos), Rusisa (два “dva”), Bengali (দুই “du'i”), Hindisa (दो “do”), Farsisa (دو “do”), Indonesisa (dua), Hangusa (두 “du”)

duacen

num two hundred

Etymology: dua + cen

duades

num twenty

Etymology: dua + des

duadesgon

n icosagon, 20-gon

Etymology: dua + des + -gon

duadesyum

adj/adv twentieth

Etymology: dua + des + -yum

duagiga

num two billion

Etymology: dua + giga

duagon

n digon

Etymology: dua + -gon

duakilo

num two thousand

Etymology: dua + kilo

duali basali

adj/adv bilingual

Etymology: dua + -li, basa + -li

duali basayen

n bilingual speaker

Etymology: dua + -li, basa + -yen

duamega

two million

Etymology: dua + mega

duaple

double

Etymology: dua + -ple

duatera

num two trillion

Etymology: dua + tera

duaxey

duo, couple, pair

Etymology: dua + -xey

duayen

duo, couple, pair

Etymology: dua + -yen

duayum

adj/adv second, secondly

Etymology: dua + -yum

dukan

n store, shop

Etymology: Arabisa (دكان “dukan”), Hindisa (दुकान “dukan”), Swahili (duka), Turkisa (dükkân), Farsisa (دکان “dokan”)

Dunya

n Earth

Etymology: Arabisa (دنيا “dunia” - world), Turkisa (Dünya), Swahili (dunia), Indonesisa (dunia - world)

Dunyayen

n Earthling, world citizen

Etymology: Dunya + -yen

dur

prep during

Etymology: Oko dure

dur-

pfx during

Etymology: Oko dure

dure

n duration; v last

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa (durée), Doycesa, Espanisa

durebil

adj/adv durable

Etymology: dure + -bil

duregi

n/v.tr continue

Etymology: dure + -gi

durki

conj while

Etymology: dur + ki

dwer

n door

Etymology: Hindisa (द्वार “dvar”), Farsisa (در “dar”), Rusisa (дверь “dver”), Englisa (door), Dutch (deur)

dyabol

n devil

Etymology: (diabolical) Englisa, Doycesa, Fransesa, Espanisa, Rusisa

dyabolli

adj/adv diabolical, diabolically

Etymology: dyabol + -li

dyer

adj/adv late

Etymology: Hindisa (देर “der), Farsisa (دیر “dir”)

dyeta

n diet; v (follow a) diet

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

dyetalogiyen

n dietitian

Etymology: dyeta + -logi + -yen

dyex

n plate, dish

Etymology: Englisa (dish), Putunhwa (碟 “dié”), Vyetnamsa (dĩa)

e

interj hmm, uh, um

Etymology: kwasigili leksi - Putunhwa, Englisa, Doycesa, Hangusa, Rusisa, ji maxya

efeto

n effect; v affect

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa, Turkisa

efetopul

adj/adv effective, effectively

Etymology: efeto + -pul

egal

adj/adv equal, equally

Etymology: (egalitarian) Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa (egaliter)

egalya

n equality

Etymology: egal + -ya

egalyali

adj/adv egalitarian

Etymology: egal + -ya + -li

egalyayen

n egalitarian

Etymology: egal + -ya + -yen

eger

conj if

Etymology: Hindisa (अगर “agar”), Farsisa (اگر “agar”), Turkisa (eğer)

eger no

conj if not

Etymology: eger, no

eger si

conj if so

Etymology: eger, si

ehtiram

n respect; v respect

Etymology: Arabisa (احترام “aihtiram”), Farsisa (احترام “ehteram”)

ehtirammey

adj/adv respectful

Etymology: ehtiram + -mey

ejakula

n ejaculation; v ejaculate

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa

ejakulaxey

n semen, ejaculate

Etymology: ejakula + -xey

ekonomi

n economy

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

ekonomili

adj/adv economic

Etymology: ekonomi + -li

ekonomilogiyen

n economist

Etymology: ekonomi + -logi + -yen

eksam

n/v exam, test

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Pilipinasa

Ekwador

n Ecuador

Etymology: Espanisa (Ecuador)

Ekwadorli

adj/adv Ecuadorian

Etymology: Ekwador + -li

Ekwadoryen

n Ecuadorian

Etymology: Ekwador + -yen

el

prep direct object marker (restricted use)

Etymology: Hangusa (을 “eul”)

elasti

adj/adv elastic

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

elefan

n elephant

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Espanisa, Doycesa, Pilipinasa

eletroni

adj/adv electronic

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Arabisa, Hindisa, Telugu, Farsisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa, Swahili

eletroni posta

n email

Etymology: eletroni, posta

Elini

n Greece

Etymology: Elinisa (ελληνικός “ellinikós”)

Elinili

adj/adv Greek

Etymology: Elini + -li

Elinisa

n Greek (language)

Etymology: Elini + -sa

Eliniyen

n Greek

Etymology: Elini + -yen

em

interj hmm, uh, um

Etymology: kwasigili leksi - Putunhwa, Englisa, Doycesa, Hangusa, Rusisa, ji maxya

energi

n energy

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Farsisa

energipul

adj/adv energetic, energetically

Etymology: energi + -pul

enfasi

n emphasis

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Espanisa, Swedish

enfasipul

adj/adv emphatic, emphatically

Etymology: enfasi + -pul

Engli

n England

Etymology: Englisa (England, English)

Englili

adj/adv English

Etymology: Engli + -li

Englisa

n English (language)

Etymology: Engli + -sa

Engliyen

adj/adv English

Etymology: Engli + -yen

eposta

n email

Etymology: eletroni, posta

epostali adres

n email address

Etymology: eletroni, posta + -li, adres

ergo

n work, labor, job; v work

Etymology: (ergonomics) Englisa, Fransesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa, Turkisa; Doycesa (werk)

ergokal

adj/adv unemployed

Etymology: ergo + -kal

ergomey

adj/adv diligent, diligently, hard-working

Etymology: ergo + -mey

ergomon

n task

Etymology: ergo + -mon

ergotim

n staff

Etymology: ergo + -tim

ergoya

n employment, occupation

Etymology: ergo + -ya

ergoyatim

n labor union

Etymology: ergo + -ya + -tim

ergoyen

n worker

Etymology: ergo + -yen

eskaso

adj/adv scarce, scarcely, barely, hardly

Etymology: Englisa, Espanisa

eskasoya

n shortage, scarcity, lack

Etymology: eskaso + -ya

esketi

n skirt

Etymology: Englisa (skirt), Swahili (sketi), Hindisa (स्कर्ट “skart”)

eskol

n school; v school, educate

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Hindisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa, Turkisa, Swahili

eskolya

n education

Etymology: eskol + -ya

eskri

n/v write

Etymology: Englisa (scripture, scribble), Fransesa (écri-), Doycesa (schreib-), Swedish (skriva), Albanian (shkrua-), Espanisa (escrib-, escrit-)

eskrido

adj/adv written

Etymology: eskri + -do

eskritul

n writing utensil

Etymology: eskri + -tul

eskriyen

n writer, author

Etymology: eskri + -yen

espageti

n spaghetti

Etymology: Italisa, Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Hindisa, Telugu, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

Espani

n Spain

Etymology: Espanisa (España)

Espanili

adj/adv Spanish

Etymology: Espani + -li

Espanisa

n Spanish (language)

Etymology: Espani + -sa

Espaniyen

n Spaniard

Etymology: Espani + -yen

especifi

adj/adv specific, specifically

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa

espesyal

adj/adv special, especially, particular, particularly

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Espanisa, Pilipinasa, Indonesisa

estare

n star

Etymology: Englisa (star), Doycesa (Star), Espanisa (estrella), Hindisa (सितारा “sitara”), Farsisa (ستاره “setare”)

estato

n state, province

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa

estay

n/v.intr stand

Etymology: Englisa (stand) Swedish/Norwegian (stå), Rusisa (стоять “stoyat”), Farsisa (ایستادن “istadan”)

estilo

n style, type, kind, sort

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa, Pilipinasa

esto

n/v.intr stop (come to a stop)

Etymology: Englisa (stop), Farsisa (ایست “ist”), Rusisa (стоп “stop”)

estogi

n/v.tr stop (cause to stop)

Etymology: esto + -gi

estroberi

n strawberry

Etymology: Englisa, Hindisa, Indonesisa

estrutur

n/v structure

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

estudi

n/v study

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa (студент “student”), Espanisa

estudiyen

n student

Etymology: estudi + -yen

etatu

n obedience; v obey

Etymology: Turkisa (itaat), Farsisa (اطاعت “etaat”), Arabisa (أطاع “atae”), Indonesisa (taat, menaati)

etatumey

adj/adv obedient

Etymology: etatu + -mey

ete

pron they (animate: living forms and personified objects)

Etymology: Oko te

etesu

poss adj their

Etymology: ete + -su

etesu ete/oto

poss pron theirs (those which belong to them)

Etymology: ete + -su, ete, oto

etesu te/to

poss pron theirs (that which belongs to them)

Etymology: ete + -su, te, to

etiraf

n confession; v confess, admit

Etymology: Arabisa (اعترف “aietiraf”), Farsisa (اعتراف “eteraf”), Turkisa (itiraf)

evolu

n evolution; v evolve

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

evolugi

n/v develop(ment)

Etymology: evolu + -gi

evoluli teori

n theory of evolution

Etymology: evolu + -li, teori

ewreka

n discovery, find, finding; v discover, find

Etymology: Englisa (eureka), Hindisa (यूरेका “yureka”), Niponsa (ユーレカ “yureka”), Rusisa (evrika)

Ewropa

n Europe

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Arabisa, Hindisa, Telugu, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa, Hangusa, Niponsa

Ewropali

adj/adv European

Etymology: Ewropa + -li

Ewropayen

n European

Etymology: Ewropa + -yen

ex

prep out, outside (of)

Etymology: Englisa (exterior, exit, exclude), Fransesa, Espanisa, Doycesa (extern), Indonesisa (ekstern, eksterior), Rusisa (экстерьер “ekster'yer”)

ex-

pfx ex- (out)

Etymology: Oko ex

exdunyayen

n alien, extraterrestrial

Etymology: ex- + Dunya + -yen

exidi

n/v exit, leave, go out

Etymology: ex- + idi

exklusi

n exclusion; v exclude

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa

exku

n/v (romantic) love

Etymology: Arabisa (عشق “eashaq”, “isq”), Farsisa (عشق “esk”), Turkisa (aşk)

exkuyen

n lover

Etymology: exku + -yen

exli

adj/adv external

Etymology: ex + -li

exnafas

n exhalation; v exhale

Etymology: ex- + nafas

expel

n/v expel

Etymology: ex- + pel

exya

n (the) outside, exterior

Etymology: ex + -ya

fal

prep (done) by

Etymology: Oko fale

fale

n deed, act; v do, make

Etymology: Arabisa (فعل “fa’al”), Italisa (fare), Portugalsa (fazer)

falso

adj/adv false

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa (palsu)

famil

n family

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Espanisa, Swahili, Pilipinasa, Indonesisa

familli name

n last name

Etymology: famil + -li, name

fantasi

n fantasy

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

fantasisim

adj/adv fantastic(ally)

Etymology: fantasi + -sim

fase

n phase, stage

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa

fasi

part contrastive, emphatic particle (used to indicate contrastive, emphasis on the word that follows it)

Etymology: Oko enfasi

fasul

n bean

Etymology: Arabisa (فاصوليا “faswlya”), Turkisa (fasulye), Rusisa (фасоль “fasol”)

fato

n fact

Etymology: Fransesa (fait), Englisa (fact), Doycesa (faktum), Portugalsa (fato), Rusisa (“fakt”), Indonesia (fakta)

fatoli

adj/adv actual, actually, factual

Etymology: fato + -li

fayda

n/v benefit

Etymology: Arabisa (فایده “fayida”), Hindisa (फायदा “phaayada”), Swahili (faida), Turkisa (fayda)

fe

prep at (time or place), indefinite meaning

Etymology: Arabisa (في “fi”), Rusisa (в “v/f”)

fe alo kaso

prep phrs/adv otherwise

Etymology: fe, alo, kaso

fe asif

prep phrs/adv regretfully, unfortunately

Etymology: fe, asif

fe baxya

prep phrs/adv underneath

Etymology: fe, bax + -ya

fe benji

prep phrs/adv in essense, basically

Etymology: fe, benji

fe bonxanse

prep phrs/adv luckily, fortunately

Etymology: fe, bon- + xanse

fe comen de

prep beside, next to

Etymology: fe, comen, de

fe exklusi fe

prep phrs excluding

Etymology: fe, exklusi

fe exya

prep phrs outside, without

Etymology: fe, ex + -ya

fe fato

adv in fact, actually

Etymology: fe, fato

fe fini

adv finally, eventually

Etymology: fe, fini

fe folo

adv therefore, consequently, so

Etymology: fe, folo

fe folya

prep phrs/adv alongside, accordingly

Etymology: fe, fol + -ya

fe fronta de

prep in front of

Etymology: fe, fronta, de

fe infer

adv down below

Etymology: fe, infer

fe intreya

prep phrs/adv in between

Etymology: fe, intre + -ya

fe inya

prep phrs/adv inside, within

Etymology: fe, in + -ya

fe kape de

prep on top of

Etymology: fe, kape, de

fe kompara fe

prep in comparison to

Etymology: fe, kompara

fe kompara ki

conj whereas

Etymology: fe, kompara, ki

fe kosa de

prep (short: kos) because of, due to

Etymology: fe, kosa, de

fe kosa ki

conj (short: koski) because

Etymology: fe, kosa, ki

fe lutuf

prep phrs/adv please

Etymology: fe, lutuf

fe misal

prep phrs/adv for example

Etymology: fe, misal

fe misu ijen

prep phrs/adv in my opinion

Etymology: fe, mi + -su, ijen

fe moy kaso

prep phrs/adv in any case, at any rate

Etymology: fe, moy, kaso

fe onxala

prep phrs/adv hopefully

Etymology: fe, onxala

fe opos de

prep opposite, against

Etymology: fe, opos, de

fe peda de

prep at the bottom of

Etymology: fe, peda, de

fe perya

prep phrs on top

Etymology: fe, per + -ya

fe ruke de

prep behind, in back of

Etymology: fe, ruke, de

fe super

adv up above

Etymology: fe, super

fe tayday

prep phrs/adv instead

Etymology: fe, tayday

fe tayday fe

prep phrs/prep instead of (+ noun)

Etymology: fe, tayday, de

fe tayday ki

conj instead of (+ sentence)

Etymology: fe, tayday, ki

fe ultraya

prep phrs/adv beyond

Etymology: fe, ultra + -ya

fe xanerya or xatelya

prep phrs/adv sooner or later

Etymology: fe, xa + -ner + -ya, or, xa- + tel + -ya

fe xugwan

prep phrs/adv usually

Etymology: fe, xugwan

fe xukra

prep phrs/adv thankfully

Etymology: fe, xukra

feka

n feces, shit; v defecate, shit

Etymology: (fecal) Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa

fekali

adj/adv fecal

Etymology: feka + -li

fem

adj/adv female, feminine

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Espanisa

fem-

pfx female

Etymology: Oko fem

fembete

n daughter

Etymology: fem- + bete

fembwaw

n bitch, dam (female dog)

Etymology: fem- + bwaw

femgami

n wife

Etymology: fem- + gami

femgwafu

n widow

Etymology: fem- + gwafu

femixu

n woman

Etymology: fem- + ixu

femkuzin

n female cousin

Etymology: fem- + kuzin

femlilbete

n granddaughter

Etymology: fem- + lil- + bete

femmumu

n cow

Etymology: fem- + mumu

femnepoti

n niece

Etymology: fem- + nepoti

femnini

n girl

Etymology: fem- + nini

Also see:

  • nini: n child, kid, boy, girl
  • fem-: pfx female

femsenyor

n lady, ma'am, Mrs.

Etymology: fem- + senyor

femsim

adj/adv effeminate

Etymology: fem + -sim

femsodar

n sister

Etymology: fem- + sodar

femtie

n aunt

Etymology: fem- + tie

femuma

n mare (female horse)

Etymology: fem- + uma

femwango

n queen

Etymology: fem- + wango

femya

n femininity

Etymology: fem + -ya

femyen

n female (woman, lady, gal, girl)

Etymology: fem + -yen

fenjan

n cup, mug

Etymology: Arabisa (فنجان “finjan”), Farsisa (فنجان “fenjan”)

figura

n/v form, shape, figure

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Pilipinasa, Indonesisa

fikir

n thought; v think

Etymology: Arabisa (فكر “fikr”), Indonesisa (pikir), Turkisa (fikir), Farsisa (فکر “fikr”), Swahili (-fikiri)

filme

n/v film, movie

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa, Turkisa, Arabisa, Farsisa, Hindisa, Swahili

fin-

pfx come to the end, arrive at the end

Etymology: Oko fini

findinalar

n weekend

Etymology: fin- + dina + -lar

finfe

prep until (+ noun)

Etymology: fin- + fe

finfe nunya

prep phrs so far, until now

Etymology: fin- + fe, nun + -ya

fini

n end; v finish, end, finalize

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Espanisa, Rusisa, Turkisa

finili

adj/adv last, lastly, final, finally

Etymology: fini + -li

finki

conj until (+ sentence)

Etymology: fin- + ki

firma

n company, firm, corporation

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Indonesisa, Turkisa

fleksi

n/v bend, flex

Etymology: (flexible) Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Espanisa, Indonesisa

fleksibel

adj/adv bendable, flexible

Etymology: fleksi + -bel

fleksibil

adj/adv flexible

Etymology: fleksi + -bil

fleksibilya

n flexibility

Etymology: fleksi + -bil + -ya

fley

n flight; v fly

Etymology: Putunhwa (飞 “fēi”), Englisa (fly), Doycesa (fligen)

fleygi

n/v (cause to) fly

Etymology: fley + -gi

fleytor

n aircraft

Etymology: fley + -tor

fleytul

n wing

Etymology: fley + -tul

flura

n flower; v bloom, blossom

Etymology: Fransesa (fleur), Espanisa (flor), Englisa (floral, flower), Hindisa (ful)

flurali

adj/adv floral

Etymology: flura + -li

fobi

n fear; v.tr fear, be afraid of

Etymology: (phobia) Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa, Farsisa, Turkisa

fobido

adj/adv feared

Etymology: fobi + -do

fobigi

n/v scare, frighten

Etymology: fobi + -gi

fobigido

adj/adv frightened, scared

Etymology: fobi + -gi + -do

fobigine

adj/adv scary, frightening

Etymology: fobi + -gi + -ne

fobigipul

adj/adv scary, frightening

Etymology: fobi + gi + -pul

fobimey

adj/adv fear-prone

Etymology: fobi + -mey

fobine

adj/adv afraid, fearful

Etymology: fobi + -ne

fobipul

adj/adv afraid, fearful

Etymology: fobi + -pul

fol

prep according to, alongside (of)

Etymology: Oko folo

fol-

pfx according to

Etymology: Oko folo

folo

n/v follow

Etymology: Englisa, Doycesa

folpasa

n/v pass by

Etymology: fol- + pasa

fono

n speech sound

Etymology: (telephone) Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Hindisa, Farsisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa

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Etymology: Putunhwa (游戏 “yóuxì”), Hangusa (유희 “yuhui”). Sinhalese (ශ්‍රී ලංකා “Śrī Laṃkā”). Arabisa (مقالة “maqala”), Farsisa (مقاله “maqale”). Hindisa (साँप “sanp”), Bengali (সর্প “sarpa”). Cambodian (កម្ពុជា “kampouchea”). Elinisa (ελληνικός “ellinikós”). Telugu (ఫోర్క “phōrk”). Niponsa (ユーレカ “yureka”), Rusisa (персональный “personalny” - personal). Amharic (አማርኛ “āmarinya”). Hebrew (בית “bayt”)

fori

adj/adv immediate, immediately

Etymology: Arabisa (فوري “fawriin”), Farsisa (فوری “fori”)

fori xaki

conj phrs as soon as (“immediately after”)

Etymology: fori, xa- + ki

(fe) foriya

prep phrs/adv immediately (sent init)

Etymology: fe, fori + -ya

forke

n fork

Etymology: Englisa (fork), Fransesa (fourchette), Italisa (forchetta), Dutch (vork), Telugu (ఫోర్క “phōrk”)

foto

n photo, photograph; v photograph, take pictures

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Hindisa

fototul

n camera

Etymology: foto + -tul

Franse

n France

Etymology: Fransesa (France)

Franseli

adj/adv French

Etymology: Franse + -li

Fransesa

n French language

Etymology: Franse + -sa

Franseyen

n Frenchman, Frenchwoman

Etymology: Franse + -yen

fron-

pfx forward(s)

Etymology: Oko fronta

fronpel

n/v push

Etymology: fron- + pel

fronta

n forehead, front

Etymology: (frontal) Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa

fruta

n fruit

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Pilipinasa

fubu

n abdomen, belly

Etymology: Putunhwa (腹部 “fùbù”), Niponsa (腹部 “fukubu”)

funsyon

n/v work, function, be in operating condition

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Espanisa

furaha

n enjoyment, pleasure; v enjoy, take pleasure in

Etymology: Arabisa (فَرَح “farah”), Swahili (furaha)

fustan

n dress (woman's)

Etymology: Arabisa (فستان “fusatan”), Macedonian (фустан “fustan”)

fuza

adj/adv complicated, complex

Etymology: Putunhwa (复杂 “fùzá”), Niponsa (複雑 “Fukuzatsu”), Vyetnamsa (phức tạp)

fuzagi

n/v complicate

Etymology: fuza + -gi

fuzaxey

n complication

Etymology: fuza + -xey

fuzaya

n complexity

Etymology: fuza + -ya

gadibu

adj/adv angry, angrily

Etymology: Arabisa (غاضب “ghadib”), Swahili (ghadhabu)

gadibucu

n/v.intr get angry

Etymology: gadibu + -cu

gadibugi

n/v.tr anger, make angry

Etymology: gadibu + -gi

gadibuya

n anger

Etymology: gadibu + -ya

gal-

pfx mis-

Etymology: Oko gale

galaham

n misunderstanding; v misunderstand

Etymology: gal- + aham

galaksi

n galaxy

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

galaksili

adj/adv galactic(ally)

Etymology: galaksi + -li

gale

adj/adv wrong, incorrect, mistaken

Etymology: Hindisa (गलत “galat”), Farsisa (غلط “galat”)

galexey

n error, mistake; v err, make a mistake

Etymology: gale + -xey

galeya

n/v.intr wrongness, be mistaken (be in the wrong)

Etymology: gale + -ya

galfale

misdeed

Etymology: gal- + fale

galharufi

n misspelling; v misspell

Etymology: gal- + harufi

galloga

n/v misspeak

Etymology: gal- + loga

gami

n spouse; v.tr marry

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Espanisa

gamicu

n wedding; v.intr get married

Etymology: gami + -cu

gamido

adj/adv married

Etymology: gami + -do

gamigi

n/v.tr (cause to) marry

Etymology: gami + -gi

gamikal

adj/adv single

Etymology: gami + -kal

gamikalyen

n bachelor, bachelorette

Etymology: gami + -kal + -yen

gamiya

n marriage, spousehood

Etymology: gami + -ya

Gana

n Ghana

Etymology: Englisa (Ghana)

Ganali

adj/adv Ghanaian, Ghanan

Etymology: Gana + -li

Ganayen

n Ghanaian, Ghanan

Etymology: Gana + -yen

gandum

n wheat

Etymology: Indonesisa (gandum), Farsisa (گندم “gandom”), Telugu (గోధుమ “gōdhuma”)

gao

adj/adv tall, high

Etymology: Putunhwa (高 “gāo”), Vyetnamsa (cao)

gaoje

n height

Etymology: gao + -je

gaoya

n height

Etymology: gao + -ya

garaku

n/v.intr drown, sink

Etymology: Arabisa (غرق “gharaq”), Farsisa (غرق “gharaq”)

garanti

n guarantee, warranty

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa, Turkisa, Hindisa

gardan

n neck

Etymology: Hindisa (गरदन “garadan”), Farsisa (گردن “gardan”)

garde

n/v guard, protect

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa, Turkisa, Hindisa

gardeyen

n protector, guard

Etymology: garde + -yen

garebi

n west

Etymology: Arabisa (غرب “gharb”), Farsisa (غرب “garb”), Swahili (magharibi)

garebili

adj/adv western

Etymology: garebi + -li

garme

adj/adv warm, warmly, hot

Etymology: Englisa (warm), Doycesa (warm), Farsisa (گرم “garm”), Hindisa (गरम “garam”)

garmeje

n temperature

Etymology: garme + -je

garmeya

n heat, temperature

Etymology: garme + -ya

gebo

n arm

Etymology: Putunhwa (胳膊 “gēbó”)

gelas

n glass (drinking), cup

Etymology: Englisa (glass), Doycesa (Glas), Hindisa (गिलास “gilas”), Indonesisa (gelas), Swahili (glasi)

geno

n root

Etymology: Putunhwa (根 “gēn”)

genoli leksi

n root word

Etymology: geno + -li, leksi

geo

n soil, earth, land, ground

Etymology: Englisa, Doycesa, Fransesa, Espanisa, Rusisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

ger

part conditional mood marker

Etymology: Oko eger

gibe

n/v give

Etymology: Putunhwa (给 “gěi”), Englisa (give), Doycesa (gibt, gebe)

gida

n/v guide

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Italisa (guida) Espanisa (guia), Hindisa (गाइड “gaid”)

gidayen

n guide

Etymology: gida + -yen

giga

num billion, one billion

Etymology:

gigagon

n gigagon, 1,000,000,000-gon

Etymology: giga + -gon

gile

adj/adv wet

Etymology: Hindisa (गीला “gila", गीली “gili”)

globa

n world

Etymology: (global) - Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

globali basa

n world language, international language, worldlang

Etymology: globa + -li, basa

Globasa

n Globasa

Etymology: globa + -sa

glu

n/v drink

Etymology: kwasigili leksi - Englisa, Doycesa, Polish, Fransesa, Indonesisa, Farsisa, Espanisa

gluxey

n (a) drink

Etymology: glu + -xey

go

adv too (excessively)

Etymology: Oko godo

go-

pfx too (excessively)

Etymology: Oko godo

godo

adj/adv excessive, too much, too many

Etymology: Putunhwa (过多 “guò duō”), Hangusa (과도 “gwado”)

godoli

adv excessively

Etymology: godo + -li

gojaldi

adj/adv premature, prematurely

Etymology: go + jaldi

gol

n/v goal (soccer/football), score, touchdown

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

gongaw

n announcement; v announce

Etymology: Putunhwa (公告 “gōnggào”, 通告 “tōnggào”), Hangusa (공고 “gong-go”)

gongin

n supply, provision; v provide, supply

Etymology: Putunhwa (供应 “gōngyìng”), Hangusa (공급 “gong-geub”)

gono

n angle

Etymology: (pentagon, octagon) Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Hindisa, Turkisa, Pilipinasa

goyon

n employment; v employ, hire

Etymology: Putunhwa (雇用 “gùyòng”), Hangusa (고용 “goyong”)

goyonyen

n employer

Etymology: goyon + -yen

gramati

n grammar

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

gramatili

adj/adv grammatical

Etymology: gramati + -li

gramo

n gram

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Hindisa, Farsisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Swahili

gras

n grass

Etymology: Englisa, Hindisa (घास “ghas”)

grupo

n group

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

gude

n/v tickle

Etymology: Hindisa (गुदगुदी “gudagudee”), Bulgarian (гъдел “gudel”), Albanian (gudulis)

guje

n/v.tr break, fracture

Etymology: Putunhwa (骨折 “gǔzhé” - fracture), Hangusa (골절 “goljeol” - fracture)

gujedo

adj/adv broken

Etymology: guje + -do

gulam

n slave

Etymology: Hindisa (ग़ुलाम “gulam”), Farsisa (غلام “gholam”)

gulamya

n slavery

Etymology: gulam + -ya

guton

n pain; v.intr hurt

Etymology: Putunhwa (苦痛 “kǔtòng”), Hangusa (고통 “gotong”)

gutongi

n/v.tr hurt

Etymology: guton + -gi

gwafu

n widow, widower

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Hindisa

gwanxi

n relationship; v relate

Etymology: Putunhwa (关系 “guānxì”), Hangusa (관계 “gwangye”)

Gwatemala

n Guatemala

Etymology: Espanisa (Guatemala)

Gwatemalali

adj/adv Guatemalan

Etymology: Gwatemala + -li

Gwatemalayen

n Guatemalan

Etymology: Gwatemala + -yen

ha

interj ha! (denotes surprise, laughter and others)

Etymology: Oko haha

hadya

n gift, present; v give present

Etymology: Arabisa (هدية “hadia”), Turkisa (hediye), Indonesisa (hadiah)

haha

n laugh, laughter; v laugh

Etymology: kwasigili leksi - - Arabisa, Bengali, Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Indonesisa, Niponsa, Hangusa, Putunhwa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Pilipinasa, Telugu, Turkisa, Vyetnamsa, ji maxya

hahagi

n/v make laugh

Etymology: haha + -gi

hahagine

adj/adv ridiculous

Etymology: haha + -gi + -ne

haja

n/v need

Etymology: Arabisa (حاجة “haja”), Swahili (haja)

hajado

adj/adv needed, necessary

Etymology: haja + -do

hajapul

adj/adv needy

Etymology: haja + -pul

haji

adv still

Etymology: Putunhwa (还 “hái”), Gujarati (હજી “hajī”)

haki

n right; v have the right

Etymology: Arabisa (حق “haq”), Swahili (haki), Turkisa (hak), Farsisa (حق “hak”), Indonesia (hak)

hala

n solution; v solve

Etymology: Arabisa (حل “hal(a)”), Hindisa (हल “hal”), Farsisa (حل “hal”), Turkisa (halletmek)

halu

n circumstance

Etymology: Arabisa (حال “hal”), Swahili (hali)

halular

n situation

Etymology: halu + -lar

hamile

adj/adv pregnant

Etymology: Arabisa (حامل “hamil”), Farsisa, (حامله “hamele”), Turkisa (hamile), Indonesisa (hamil)

hamileya

n pregnancy

Etymology: hamile + -ya

Hangu

n Korea

Etymology: Hangusa (한국 “hangug”), Putunhwa (韩国 “Hánguó”)

Hanguli

adj/adv Korean

Etymology: Hangu + -li

Hangusa

n Korean (language)

Etymology: Hangu + -sa

Hanguyen

n Korean

Etymology: Hangu + -yen

hanman

adj/adv slow, slowly

Etymology: Putunhwa (缓慢 “huǎnmàn”), Niponsa (緩慢 “kanman”)

hanta

n hand

Etymology: Englisa (hand), Doycesa (Hand), Hindisa (hatta)

har

prep with (having/using), by (means of)

Etymology: Oko hare

har-

pfx with, by means of

Etymology: Oko hare

hare

n/v have

Etymology: Englisa (have), Doycesa (haben), Danish (har - has), Norwegian (har - has), Swedish (har - has), Romanian (are - has)

harita

n map

Etymology: Arabisa (خريطة “kharita”), Turkisa (harita)

harizin

n/v may (have permission to)

Etymology: har- + izin

harka

n motion, movement; v.intr move

Etymology: Arabisa (حركة “harak”), Turkisa (hareket), Farsisa (حرکت “harakat”)

harkagi

v.tr move

Etymology: harka + -gi

harkakal

adj/adv still, motionless

Etymology: harka + -kal

harufi

n letter (of alphabet); v spell

Etymology: Arabisa (حرف “harf”), Swahili (herufi), Turkisa (harf), Indonesisa (huruf), Farsisa (حرف “harf”)

harufiya

n spelling

Etymology: harufi + -ya

hata

adv even

Etymology: Arabisa (حتى “hataa”), Farsisa (حتی “hatta”), Swahili (hata), Espanisa (hasta)

hata no

adv not even

Etymology: hata, no

hatari

n danger; v be in danger

Etymology: Arabisa (خطر “khatar”), Hindisa (खतरा “khatara”), Swahili (hatari), Farsisa (خطر “hatar”)

hatarigi

n/v endanger, put in danger

Etymology: hatari + -gi

hatarigido

adj/adv endangered

Etymology: hatari + -gi + -do

hataripul

adj/adv dangerous

Etymology: hatari + -pul

hataya

n See (fe) hataya, (fe) hataya de, (fe) hataya ki

Etymology: hata + -ya

(fe) hataya de

prep in spite of, despite

Etymology: fe, hataya + -ya, de

(fe) hataya ki

conj even though, although, despite the fact that

Etymology: fe, hataya + -ya, ki

haw-

pfx aero-, air-

Etymology: Oko hawa

hawa

n air

Etymology: Arabisa (هواء “hawa”), Turkisa (hava), Swahili (hewa), Punjabi (ਹਵਾ “hava”), Farsisa (هوا “hava”), Indonesisa (hawa)

hawnavi

n airplane, aeroplane, airship, aeroship

Etymology: haw- + navi

hay

n/v there is/are

Etymology: Espanisa (hay) Hindisa (है “hai”)

hazuni

adj/adv sad, sadly

Etymology: Arabisa (حزين “hazin”), Turkisa (hazin), Swahili (huzuni)

hazuniya

n sadness

Etymology: hazuni + -ya

he

part emphatic correlative particle

Etymology: Putunhwa (任何 “rènhé”), Turkisa (her, herhangi), Hindisa (हर “har”), Farsisa (هر “har”)

he-

pfx (emphatic correlative prefix) any, ever, at all [see Correlatives]

Etymology: Putunhwa (任何 “rènhé”), Turkisa (her, herhangi), Hindisa (हर “har”), Farsisa (هر “har”)

healo

det any other

Etymology: he- + alo

healote

pron anybody else, anyone else

Etymology: he- + alo + te

healoto

pron any other thing, anything else

Etymology: he- + alo + to

heban

det any

Etymology: he- + ban

hebante

pron anybody, anyone, whoever

Etymology: he- + ban + te

hebanto

pron anything, whichever

Etymology: he- + ban + to

heden

det that specific

Etymology: he- + den

hedento

pron specifically that thing

Etymology: he- + den + to

hehin

det this specific

Etymology: he- + hin

hehinto

pron specifically this thing

Etymology: he- + hin + to

heke

det which ever

Etymology: he- + ke

hekete

pron who ever

Etymology: he- + ke + te

heketo

pron what ever

Etymology: he- + ke + to

heku

det whichever

Etymology: he- + ku

hemoy

det every and any

Etymology: he- + moy

hemoyto

pron everything and anything

Etymology: he- + moy + to

henil

det no... at all

Etymology: he- + nil

henilto

pron not any, not a single one

Etymology: he- + nil + to

hesabu

n count, calculation; v count, calculate

Etymology: Arabisa (“hisab”), Farsisa (“hesâb”), Swahili (hesabu), Turkisa (hesap)

hesama

det the same exact

Etymology: he- + sama

hesamato

pron the same exact thing

Etymology: he- + sama + to

hewan

n animal

Etymology: Arabisa (حيوان “hayawan”), Farsisa (حیوان “hayawan”), Turkisa (hayvan), Indonesisa (hewan)

hewanci

n veterinary medicine

Etymology: hewan + -ci

hewanciyen

n veterinarian

Etymology: hewan + -ci + -yen

hey

interj hey

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Swedish, Rusisa, Espanisa, Hindisa, Indonesisa, Farsisa, Turkisa, Pilipinasa, Putunhwa

hifazi

n/v hold, keep, save

Etymology: Arabisa (حفظ “hifz”), Swahili (hifadhi), Turkisa (muhafaza)

hikaye

n story, narrative; v narrate (a story)

Etymology: Arabisa (حكاية “hikaya”), Farsisa (حکایت “hikaya”), Turkisa (hikâye), Swahili (hekaya)

hikayeyen

n story teller, narrator

Etymology: hikaye + -yen

hin

det this, these [see Correlatives]

Etymology: Swahili (hii, hiki), Indonesisa (ini), Farsisa (این “in”)

hin kwanti (di)

n phrs this much

Etymology: hin, kwanti, di

hin kwanti (di)

n phrs this much

Etymology: hin, kwanti, di

(fe) hin loka

prep phrs/adv here

Etymology: fe, hin, loka

(fe/har) hin maner

prep phrs/adv like this, like so, in this way

Etymology: fe, har, hin, maner

hin numer (di)

n phrs this many

Etymology: hin, number, di

hin numer (di)

n phrs this many

Etymology: hin, number, di

(fe/har) hin seba

prep phrs/adv for this reason

Etymology: fe, har, hin, seba

(fe) hin watu

prep phrs/adv now

Etymology: fe, hin, watu

Hindi

adj Hindi

Etymology: Hindisa (हिंदी “Hindisa”)

Hindisa

n Hindi (language)

Etymology: Hindisa + -sa

Hindiyen

n Hindi-speaking Indian

Etymology: Hindisa + -yen

hinli

adj/adv this type of

Etymology: hin + -li

hinpul

adj/adv like this; in this way

Etymology: hin + -pul

hinsu

adj this one's

Etymology: hin + -su

hinte

n this (one, entity)

Etymology: hin + te

hinto

n this (one, thing)

Etymology: hin + to

hisi

n feeling, sensation; v feel, sense

Etymology: Arabisa (حس “his”), Turkisa (his), Farsisa (حس “his”), Swahili (hisia)

histori

n history

Etymology: Englisa, Doycesa, Fransesa, Espanisa, Rusisa, Swahili, Pilipinasa (istorya)

historiyen

n historian

Etymology: histori + -yen

hole

n sheath, sleeve, holster, holder

Etymology: Hindisa (खोल “khol”), Doycesa (Hülle)

hor(hor)

n/v snore

Etymology: kwasigili leksi - Arabisa, Bengali, Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Indonesisa, Niponsa, Hangusa, Putunhwa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Pilipinasa, Telugu, Turkisa, Vyetnamsa, ji maxya

hor(hor)

n/v snore

Etymology: kwasigili leksi - Arabisa, Bengali, Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Indonesisa, Niponsa, Hangusa, Putunhwa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Pilipinasa, Telugu, Turkisa, Vyetnamsa, ji maxya

hosu

n lake

Etymology: Putunhwa (湖 “hú” 薮 “sǒu”) , Hangusa (호수 “hosu”), Vyetnamsa (hồ)

hotel

n hotel

Etymology: Englisa, Doycesa, Fransesa, Espanisa, Rusisa, Hindisa, Turkisa, Indonesisa

hoy

prep towards (in the direction of)

Etymology: Niponsa (方位 “hōi”)

hoy-

pfx towards

Etymology: Oko hoyo

hoyo

n direction, orientation; v orient

Etymology: Niponsa (方位 “hōi”, 方向 “hōkō”)

huhu

n owl

Etymology: kwasigili leksi - Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Bengali, Niponsa, Indonesisa, Rusisa, Espanisa, ji maxya

huhusa

n/v hoot

Etymology: huhu + -sa

hukimu

n judgment; v judge

Etymology: Arabisa (حكم “hukm”), Turkisa (hüküm), Swahili (hukumu), Indonesisa (hakim - judge), Pilipinasa (hukom)

hukimudom

n courthouse, tribunal

Etymology: hukimu + -dom

hukimuyen

n judge

Etymology: hukimu + -yen

humor

n humor; v joke

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa

humorpul

adj/adv humorous, humorously, funny

Etymology: humor + -pul

humorxey

n joke

Etymology: humor + -xey

hura

interj hooray

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Hindisa, Indonesisa

huru

adj/adv free (liberated)

Etymology: Arabisa (حر “hura”), Swahili (huru)

huruya

n liberty, freedom

Etymology: huru + -ya

hwegay

n remorse; v repent

Etymology: Putunhwa (悔改 “huǐgǎi”), Hangusa (회개 “hoegae”)

hwese

adj/adv gray

Etymology: Putunhwa (灰色 “huīsè”), Hangusa (회색 “hoesaeg”)

hyar

n cucumber

Etymology: Arabisa (خيار “khiar”), Hindisa (खीरा “kheera”), Turkisa (hıyar)

ibada

n/v worship

Etymology: Arabisa (عبادة “ibada”), Farsisa (عبادت “ebadat”), Indonesisa (ibadah, ibadat), Swahili (ibada), Turkisa (ibadet)

ideal

adj/adv ideal, ideally

Etymology: Englisa, Doycesa, Fransesa, Espanisa, Rusisa, Indonesisa, Turkisa

(fe) idealya

prep phrs/adv ideally (sent init)

Etymology: fe, ideal + -ya

idey

n idea

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Indonesisa

idi

n/v go

Etymology: Rusisa (идти “idti”); Vyetnamsa (đi)

ijen

n opinion; v opine

Etymology: Putunhwa (意见 “yìjiàn”), Hangusa (의견 “uigyeon”), Niponsa (意見 “iken”)

image

n image, picture; v imagine

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Espanisa, Turkisa (imaj)

imageya

n imagination

Etymology: image + -ya

iman

n belief; v believe

Etymology: Arabisa (إيمان “iiman”), Turkisa (iman), Swahili (imani)

imi

pron we

Etymology: Oko mi

imisu

poss adj our

Etymology: imi + -su

imisu ete/oto

poss pron ours (those which belong to us)

Etymology: imi + -su, ete, oto

imisu te/to

poss pron ours (that which belongs to us)

Etymology: imi + -su, te, to

in

prep in, inside of, within

Etymology: Englisa, Doycesa, Fransesa, Espanisa

in-

pfx in-

Etymology: Oko in

Indonesi

n Indonesia

Etymology: Indonesisa (Indonesia)

Indonesili

adj/adv Indonesian

Etymology: Indonesi + -li

Indonesisa

n Indonesian (language)

Etymology: Indonesi + -sa

Indonesiyen

n Indonesian

Etymology: Indonesi + -yen

infer

n short form of infraya (inferiority, belowness)

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Espanisa

informe

n information; v inform

Etymology: Englisa, Doycesa, Fransesa, Espanisa, Rusisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

informeli

adj/adv informational

Etymology: informe + -li

informene

adj/adv informative

Etymology: infome + -ne

infra

prep below

Etymology: Englisa (infra-), Fransesa, Espanisa

infra-

pfx infra-, hypo-

Etymology: Oko infra

infrali

adj/adv inferior

Etymology: infra + -li

infraya

n belowness, inferiority

Etymology: infra + -ya

ingay

n/v should, ought

Etymology: Putunhwa (应该 “yīnggāi”)

inizin

n/v let in, admit

Etymology: in- + izin

injener

n engineer

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Hindisa, Indonesisa, Pilipinasa

injenerya

n engineering

Etymology: injener + -ya

inklusi

n inclusion; v include

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa

inli

adj/adv interior

Etymology: in + -li

innafas

n inhalation; v inhale

Etymology: in- + nafas

insan

n human, human being(s), people

Etymology: Arabisa (إنسان “'iinsan”), Indonesisa (insani), Farsisa (انسان “ensan”), Turkisa (insan)

insanlar

n humanity

Etymology: insan + -lar

insanli

adj/adv human

Etymology: insan + -li

insanlogi

n anthropology

Etymology: insan + -logi

insanlogiyen

n anthropologist

Etymology: insan + -logi + -yen

inteligen

adj/adv intelligent, smart

Etymology: Englisa, Doycesa, Fransesa, Espanisa, Rusisa, Indonesisa

inteligenya

n intelligence

Etymology: inteligen + -ya

interes

n/v.tr interest

Etymology: Englisa, Doycesa, Fransesa, Espanisa, Rusisa, Turkisa (interesan - interesting)

interesdo

adj/adv (be) interested

Etymology: interes + -do

interesne

adj/adv interesting

Etymology: interes + -ne

intizar

n wait; v await, wait (for)

Etymology: Arabisa (انتظر “aintazar”), Hindisa (इंतिज़ार “intizaar”), Farsisa (انتظار “intizar”)

intre

prep between

Etymology: (international) - Englisa, Fransesa, Espanisa, Doycesa, Rusisa

intre aloto

prep phrs among other things

Etymology: intre, alo + to

intre-

pfx inter- (between)

Etymology: Oko intre

intreata

n/v interference; interfere

Etymology: intre- + ata

intreloga

n conversation; v converse

Etymology: intre- + loga

intrenasyonli

adj/adv international, internationally

Etymology: intre- + nasyon + -li

intreya

n (the) inbetween

Etymology: intre + -ya

invita

n invitation; v invite

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Espanisa, Pilipinasa, Indonesisa

inya

n (the) inside

Etymology: in + -ya

Iraki

n Iraq

Etymology: Arabisa (العراق‎ al-'Irāq)

Irakili

adj/adv Iraqi

Etymology: Iraki + -li

Irakiyen

n Iraqi

Etymology: Iraki + -yen

Iran

n Iran

Etymology: Farsisa (ایران “Iran”)

Iranli

adj/adv Iranian

Etymology: Iran + -li

Iranyen

n Iranian

Etymology: Iran + -yen

irsal

n/v send

Etymology: Arabisa (إرسال “irsal”), Farsisa (ارسال “ersal”)

is

n/v be, am, is, are

Etymology: Fransesa (est), Espanisa (es), Doycesa (ist), Englisa (is)

iscu

n becoming; v.intr become, turn into

Etymology: is + -cu

isgi

n/v.tr cause to be, turn into

Etymology: is + -gi

istruksyon

n instruction(s); v give instructions

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Espanisa, Indonesisa (instruksi)

istruksyonli

adj/adv instructional, instructionally

Etymology: istruksyon + -li

isula

n island

Etymology: (island, isolate, insulate) Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa

Itali

n Italy

Etymology: Italisa (Italia)

Italili

adj/adv Italian

Etymology: Itali + -li

Italisa

n Italian (language)

Etymology: Itali + -sa

Italiyen

n Italian

Etymology: Itali + -yen

iteham

n accusation, charge; v accuse, charge

Etymology: Arabisa (اتهم “aitaham”), Farsisa (اتهام “eteham”), Turkisa (itham)

itis

n inflammation; v inflame

Etymology: Englisa, Fransesa, Doycesa, Rusisa, Espanisa, Turkisa

Ityopi

n Ethiopia

Etymology: Amharic (ኢትዮጵያ “ītiyop’iya”)

Ityopili

adj/adv Ethiopian

Etymology: Ityopi + -li

Ityopiyen

n Ethiopian

Etymology: Ityopi + -yen

ixgal

n occupation; v occupy

Etymology: Arabisa (شغل “shaghal”), Farsisa (اشغال “eshgal”), Turkisa (işgal)

ixgaldo

adj/adv busy

Etymology: ixgal + -do

ixgalpul

adj/adv busy

Etymology: ixgal + -pul

ixi

n consciousness, awareness; v make conscious

Etymology: Putunhwa (意识 “yìshí”), Niponsa (意識 “ishiki”), Hangusa (의식 “uisig”; 인식 “insig”)

ixicu

n/v.intr become conscious/aware

Etymology: ixi + -cu

ixipul

adj/adv conscious, aware

Etymology: ixi + -pul

ixu

n man/woman, adult

Etymology: Hebrew (איש “ish”, אישה “isha”)

izin

n permission; v allow, let, permit

Etymology: Arabisa (إذن “idhn”), Indonesisa (izin), Turkisa (izin)

ja

part immediately adjacent

Etymology: Oko jara

ja le

verb mood just (have)

Etymology: ja, le

ja xa

verb mood (be) about to

Etymology: ja, xa

jabal

n mountain

Etymology: Arabisa (جبل “jabal”), Indonesisa (jabal)

jabare

n jaw

Etymology: Hindisa (जबड़ा “jabara”), Nepali (जबड़े “jabaṛē”), Punjabi (ਜਬਾੜੇ “jabāṛē”)

jadin

n assumption; v assume, suppose

Etymology: Putunhwa (假定 “jiǎdìng”), Vyetnamsa (giả định)

jage

adj/adv awake

Etymology: Hindisa (जाग “jag”)

jagecu

n awakening; v.intr awaken, wake up

Etymology: jage + -cu

jagegi

n/v.tr awaken

Etymology: jage + -gi

jaldi

adj/adv early

Etymology: Hindisa (जल्दी “jaldi”)

jali

adj/adv adjacent

Etymology: ja + -li

jalo

adj/adv yellow

Etymology: Swahili (njano), Italisa (giallo)

jandan

adj/adv simple, simply

Etymology: Putunhwa (简单 “jiǎndān”), Niponsa (簡単 “kantan”), Hangusa (간단 “gandan”)

jandanya

n simplicity

Etymology: jandan + -ya

janela

n window

Etymology: Portugalsa (janela), Indonesisa (jendela), Bengali (জানলা “jānalā”)

jange

n war

Etymology: Putunhwa (战争 “zhànzhēng” 仗 “zhàng”), Hangusa (전쟁 “jeonjaeng” 투쟁 “tujaeng”), Hindisa (जंग “jang”), Farsisa (جنگ “jang”)

jangetim

n military, armed forces

Etymology: jange + -tim

jara

n neighbor

Etymology: Arabisa (جارة “jara”, الجيران “jiran”), Swahili (jirani), Indonesia (jiran)

jarden

n garden

Etymology: Englisa (garden), Fransesa (jardin), Doycesa (Garten), Espanisa (jardin)