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This page contains a full root word list, and presents various vocabulary types.

Root Word List

The table shows an overview of all Ælis root words in alphabetical order, excluding the number concepts. The italic entries are purely structural / functional root words, the bold-faced entries are lexemes.

Root word list
aA
{aa}
aW
{aæ}
aE
{ae}
aI
{ai}
aO
{ao}
aU
{au}
aM
{am}
manner
aN
{an}
space, place
aL
{al}
aQ
{aq}
length, distance
aG
{ag}
aT
{at}
frequency
aD
{ad}
accuracy, truth
aR
{ar}
reason, cause
aH
{ah}
aS
{as}
time
aZ
{az}
aP
{ap}
aB
{ab}
aF
{af}
aV
{av}
wA
{æa}
wW
{ææ}
wE
{æe}
wI
{æi}
wO
{æo}
wU
{æu}
wM
{æm}
wN
{æn}
wL
{æl}
wQ
{æq}
wG
{æg}
wT
{æt}
wD
{æd}
wR
{ær}
wH
{æh}
wS
{æs}
wZ
{æz}
wP
{æp}
wB
{æb}
wF
{æf}
wV
{æv}
eA
{ea}
abstract
eW
{eæ}
eE
{ee}
eI
{ei}
thought, cognition
eO
{eo}
life, existence
eU
{eu}
eM
{em}
characteristic
eN
{en}
vision, sight
eL
{el}
perception, feeling
eQ
{eq}
eG
{eg}
language, communication
eT
{et}
eD
{ed}
eR
{er}
sound, audio
eH
{eh}
eS
{es}
eZ
{ez}
eP
{ep}
eB
{eb}
eF
{ef}
eV
{ev}
iA
{ia}
patient
iW
{iæ}
closing sentence bracket
iE
{ie}
iI
{ii}
origin, source, beginning
iO
{io}
passivity, to be subject to
iU
{iu}
aforementioned
iM
{im}
iN
{in}
iL
{il}
iQ
{iq}
iG
{ig}
iT
{it}
iD
{id}
iR
{ir}
modifier
iH
{ih}
iS
{is}
consequence, effect
iZ
{iz}
iP
{ip}
iB
{ib}
iF
{if}
iV
{iv}
oA
{oa}
oW
{oæ}
dynamics, change
oE
{oe}
oI
{oi}
oO
{oo}
oU
{ou}
oM
{om}
oN
{on}
oL
{ol}
oQ
{oq}
oG
{og}
oT
{ot}
oD
{od}
oR
{or}
oH
{oh}
oS
{os}
oZ
{oz}
oP
{op}
oB
{ob}
oF
{of}
oV
{ov}
uA
{ua}
uW
{uæ}
uE
{ue}
family, kin
uI
{ui}
uO
{uo}
uU
{uu}
uM
{um}
body, shape
uN
{un}
uL
{ul}
uQ
{uq}
uG
{ug}
uT
{ut}
uD
{ud}
uR
{ur}
uH
{uh}
uS
{us}
uZ
{uz}
uP
{up}
uB
{ub}
power, force, pressure
uF
{uf}
uV
{uv}
mA
{ma}
man, male
mW
{mæ}
meaning, content
mE
{me}
mI
{mi}
mO
{mo}
structure, regularity
mU
{mu}
nA
{na}
quality, value (opinion)
nW
{næ}
situation, context
nE
{ne}
question
nI
{ni}
woman, female
nO
{no}
nU
{nu}
lA
{la}
agent
lW
{læ}
opening sentence bracket
lE
{le}
lI
{li}
origin, source, beginning
lIS
{lis}
concept, idea
lO
{lo}
activity, to do
lU
{lu}
which is, namely
qA
{qa}
amount, number, count
qW
{qæ}
qE
{qe}
qI
{qi}
qO
{qo}
animal
qU
{qu}
gA
{ga}
gW
{gæ}
instance, specimen, example
gE
{ge}
gEO
{geo}
earth, soil
gI
{gi}
gratitude
gO
{go}
nature, natural
gOE
{goe}
water, humid
gU
{gu}
tA
{ta}
separator
tW
{tæ}
color
tE
{te}
human, person
tI
{ti}
food, feed, intake, input
tO
{to}
tU
{tu}
dA
{da}
axis, line
dW
{dæ}
brightness, light
dE
{de}
manmade, constructed
dEO
{deo}
air
dI
{di}
volition, will
dO
{do}
day (24h)
dOE
{doe}
fire
dU
{du}
rA
{ra}
extent, range
rW
{ræ}
similarity, resemblance
rE
{re}
name, designation
rI
{ri}
affection, endearment, politeness
rO
{ro}
rU
{ru}
hA
{ha}
topic
hW
{hæ}
hE
{he}
hI
{hi}
hO
{ho}
hU
{hu}
sA
{sa}
exclamation
sW
{sæ}
sE
{se}
sI
{si}
sO
{so}
sU
{su}
zA
{za}
zW
{zæ}
zE
{ze}
zI
{zi}
zO
{zo}
zU
{zu}
temperature
pA
{pa}
pW
{pæ}
pE
{pe}
pI
{pi}
pO
{po}
pU
{pu}
bA
{ba}
bW
{bæ}
bE
{be}
bI
{bi}
humor, funniness
bO
{bo}
bU
{bu}
fA
{fa}
fW
{fæ}
fE
{fe}
fI
{fi}
fO
{fo}
fU
{fu}
vA
{va}
vW
{væ}
referent
vE
{ve}
value (measurable)
vI
{vi}
vO
{vo}
vU
{vu}

Introducing yourself

Below are a few useful phrases to get a conversation started.

eG1lIS Rom. Analytical Meaning
nA​0rA na'ora Perfection Hello!
Goodbye!
Congratulations!
nW​nE næne Which situation How are you?
nW​nA​0rA
nW​nA​1rA
nW​nA​2rA
nW​nA​3rA
nW​nA​4rA
næna'ara
næna'æra
næna'era
næna'ira
næna'ora
Terrible situation
Bad situation
Mediocre situation
Good situation
Perfect situation
I'm terrible.
I'm not good.
I'm okay, so-so.
I'm good.
I'm splendid.
hA​aN​oW​0rA​​nE​iA​2tE1 ha'anoæ'arane ia'ete Which residence is given to you Where are you from?
hA​aN​oW​0rA​(—)​iA​1tE1-2 ha'anoæ'ara( ) ia'æte Residence ( ) is given to me I'm from ( ).
hA​qA​qU​eO​nE​iA​2tE1 haqu'eone ia'ete Which amount of existence years is given to you How old are you?
hA​(—)​qA​qU​eO​iA​1tE1-3 ha( )qaqu'eo ia'æte ( ) amount of existence years is given to me I'm ( ) years old.
gI​3rA
gI​4rA
gi'ira
gi'ora
Much gratitude
Total gratitude
Thank you.
Thank you very much.
dI​3rA
aM​dI​3rA
iR​aM​dI​3rA
di'ira
amdi'ira
iramdi'ira
Desire
Manner of desire
By manner of desire
You are welcome.
My pleasure.

1Subject to gender adaptation. Use mA {ma} for male, nI {ni} for female, or tE {te} for undefined / both / don't know / don't want to say. See personal pronouns for more info.

2Replace the parentheses by the name of your country. See the list of sovereign nations below.

3Replace the parentheses by your age. See counting for more info.

Helpful root words

The following list contains some root words with an unexpected versatility when it comes to word construction.

{de}: manmade, constructed

dE {de}, in a very broad sense, can be used to create any word related to society and societal constructions, or things created by man.

Base word Rom. Meaning eG1lIS Rom. Meaning
vE ve value vE​dE vede money
lO lo activity lO​dE lode work, job
eG eg language eG​dE egde conlang
tW colour tW​dE tæde paint
tE​uE te'ue family member tE​uE​dE te'uede inlaw
dI​4rA di'ora demand dI​4rA​dE di'ora'de law

{ii/li}: become more/less

iI {ii}, which we called the 'target' particle, and lI {li}, which we called the 'origin' particle, can be used as prefixes to express change. {li} then means 'to come from' or become less of something; {ii} means 'to go to' or become more of something:

Base word iI- lI-
vE​3rA
{ve'ira}
valuable
iI​vE​3rA
{iive'ira}
increase
lI​vE​3rA
{live'ira}
decrease
nA​3rA
{na'ira}
good
iI​nA​3rA
{iina'ira}
improve
lI​nA​3rA
{lina'ira}
worsen, deteriorate
1tW
{ætæ}
red
iI​1tW
{ii'ætæ}
turn red
lI​1tW
{li'ætæ}
fade from red
1qA
{æqa}
one
iI​1qA
{ii'æqa}
unify
lI​1qA
{li'æqa}
split
eI​3rA
{ei'ira}
intelligent
iI​eI​3rA
{ii'ei'ira}
teach, learn
lI​eI​3rA
{li'ei'ira}
forget
aS​dA​2rA
{asda'era}
present, now
iI​aS​dA​2rA
{ii'asda'era}
until now
lI​aS​dA​2rA
{li'asda'era}
from now on
aQ​3rA​aS​eO
{aq'ira'aseo}
old
iI​aQ​3rA​aS​eO
{ii'aq'ira'aseo}
grow old, grow up
lI​aQ​3rA​aS​eO
{li'aq'ira'aseo}
rejuvenate

Colors

The colour spectrum is defined in six base colours plus grey. These are formed by attaching one of seven lisqa to the fixed root word tW {tæ}, which means 'color'. If not specified further, the seven basic colors may be understood to mean pale/colorless, red, yellow, green, cyan, blue, and magenta. However, each of these actually spans the full range of shades of their particular hue:

0tW
{atæ}

grayscale
1tW
{ætæ}

shades of red
2tW
{etæ}

shades of yellow
3tW
{itæ}

shades of green
4tW
{otæ}

shades of cyan
5tW
{u̯atæ}

shades of blue
6tW
{u̯ætæ}

shades of magenta

These colors can now be complemented by the fixed root word dW {dæ}, which means 'brightness' or 'light', in combination with one of the qualifiers, to indicate one of five shades:

dW0rA
{dæ'ara}
very dark
dW1rA
{dæ'æra}
dark
dW2eA
{dæ'era}
regular
dW3rA
{dæ'ira}
light
dW4rA
{dæ'ora}
very light

As such, Ælis distinguishes 35 primary colors:

  dW0rA
{dæ'ara}
very dark
dW1rA
{dæ'æra}
dark
dW2rA
{dæ'era}
regular
dW3rA
{dæ'ira}
light
dW4rA
{dæ'ora}
very light
0tW
{atæ}
grayscale
0tWdW0rA
{atæ'dæ'ara}
black
0tWdW1rA
{atæ'dæ'æra}
dark gray
0tWdW2rA
{atæ'dæ'era}
gray
0tWdW3rA
{atæ'dæ'ira}
light gray
0tWdW4rA
{atæ'dæ'ora}
white
1tW
{ætæ}
red
1tWdW0rA
{ætæ'dæ'ara}
dark red
1tWdW1rA
{ætæ'dæ'æra}
deep red
1tWdW2rA
{ætæ'dæ'era}
red
1tWdW3rA
{ætæ'dæ'ira}
light red
1tWdW4rA
{ætæ'dæ'ora}
faint red
2tW
{etæ}
yellow
2tWdW0rA
{etæ'dæ'ara}
dark yellow
2tWdW1rA
{etæ'dæ'æra}
deep yellow
2tWdW2rA
{etæ'dæ'era}
yellow
2tWdW3rA
{etæ'dæ'ira}
light yellow
2tWdW4rA
{etæ'dæ'ora}
faint yellow
3tW
{itæ}
green
3tWdW0rA
{itæ'dæ'ara}
dark green, pine
3tWdW1rA
{itæ'dæ'æra}
deep green
3tWdW2rA
{itæ'dæ'era}
green
3tWdW3rA
{itæ'dæ'ira}
light green
3tWdW4rA
{itæ'dæ'ora}
faint green
4tW
{otæ}
cyan
4tWdW0rA
{otæ'dæ'ara}
dark cyan, teal
4tWdW1rA
{otæ'dæ'æra}
deep cyan
4tWdW2rA
{otæ'dæ'era}
cyan
4tWdW3rA
{otæ'dæ'ira}
light cyan
4tWdW4rA
{otæ'dæ'ora}
faint cyan
5tW
{u̯atæ}
blue
5tWdW0rA
{u̯atæ'dæ'ara}
dark blue
5tWdW1rA
{u̯atæ'dæ'æra}
deep blue
5tWdW2rA
{u̯atæ'dæ'era}
blue
5tWdW3rA
{u̯atæ'dæ'ira}
light blue, violet
5tWdW4rA
{u̯atæ'dæ'ora}
faint blue, light violet
6tW
{u̯ætæ}
magenta
6tWdW0rA
{u̯ætæ'dæ'ara}
dark magenta
6tWdW1rA
{u̯ætæ'dæ'æra}
deep magenta
6tWdW2rA
{u̯ætæ'dæ'era}
magenta
6tWdW3rA
{u̯ætæ'dæ'ira}
light magenta, pink
6tWdW4rA
{u̯ætæ'dæ'ora}
faint magenta, light pink

Additional colors can now be created by combining the lisqa contained:

1tWdW1rA
{ætæ'dæ'æra}
deep red
12tWdW1rA
{æ'etæ'dæ'æra}
brown
2tWdW1rA
{etæ'dæ'æra}
deep yellow
1tWdW3rA
{ætæ'dæ'ira}
light red
12tWdW3rA
{æ'etæ'dæ'ira}
orange
2tWdW3rA
{etæ'dæ'ira}
light yellow
0tWdW2rA
{atæ'dæ'era}
gray
05tWdW2rA
{a'u̯atæ'dæ'era}
ash blue
5tWdW2rA
{u̯atæ'dæ'era}
blue

Family

The words for family members are composed of three parts:

  1. a gender particle mA {ma} 'male', nI {ni} 'female', or tE {te} both/undefined;
  2. the fixed root word uE {ue}, which means 'family';
  3. one of five qualifiers.

In this composition, the qualifiers indicate generation:

0rA {ara} identifies 2 generations younger
1rA {æra} identifies 1 generation younger
2rA {era} identifies the same generation
3rA {ira} identifies 1 generations older
4rA {ora} identifies 2 generations older

As such, we get the following words for family members:

 
  male female undefined
+2 mAuE4rA
{ma'ue'ora}
grandfather
nIuE4rA
{ni'ue'ora}
grandmother
tEuE4rA
{te'ue'ora}
grandparent
+1 mAuE3rA
{ma'ue'ira}
father
nIuE3rA
{ni'ue'ira}
mother
tEuE3rA
{te'ue'ira}
parent
0 mAuE2rA
{ma'ue'era}
brother
nIuE2rA
{ni'ue'era}
sister
tEuE2rA
{te'ue'era}
sibling
-1 mAuE1rA
{ma'ue'æra}
son
nIuE1rA
{ni'ue'æra}
daughter
tEuE1rA
{te'ue'æra}
child
-2 mAuE0rA
{ma'ue'ara}
grandson
nIuE0rA
{ni'ue'ara}
granddaughter
tEuE0rA
{te'ue'ara}
grandchild

Multiple family member words can be combined by means of the connector particle vW {væ}, with the effect of either describing more distant family members, or describing them more accurately:

nIuE3rAvWnIuE3rA
{ni'ue'ira'ni'ue'ira}
mother of mother
mAuE2rAvWtEuE3rA
{ma'ue'era'te'ue'ira}
brother of parent
uncle
nIuE1rAvWtEuE2rA
{ni'ue'æra'te'ue'era}
daughter of sibling
niece
tEuE1rAvWtEuE2rAvWtEuE3rA
{te'ue'æra'te'ue'erate'ue'ira}
child of sibling of parent
cousin

As a form of short-hand, words like these may also be described by combining the lisqa in the qualifier:

tEuE123rA
{te'ue'æ'e'ira}
cousin

It is common to among family members to address each other as mAuE {ma'ue} or nIuE {ni'ue}, or even as 2mAuE {ema'ue} or 2nIuE {eni'ue}, as a form of endearment.

List of sovereign nations

Do you want to know what your country is in Ælis? Consult the list below.

If you're curious where your country got its name from, the names have been devised as follows:

  1. Names in alphabetical order;
  2. Convert every name to its 3-letter ISO code;
  3. Apply spelling changes to match the Ælis alphabet:
    c, k, xq
    ji
    wu
  4. In case of any double adjacent vowels, change the latter to the next one in the alphabet (e.g.: Fiji → FJI → fii ⇒ fio);
  5. In case of any double names, change the last vowel of the latter name to the next one of the alphabet (e.g.: Taiwan → twn → tun; Tunisia → tuntan);
  6. After any name that ends in a consonant, add {æ};
  7. Between any two adjacent consonants, add {a}.


A
AfghanistankaFAGWK{ afagæ }
AlbaniakaLABWK{ alabæ }
AlgeriakdAZAK{ daza }
AndorrakaNADWK{ anadæ }
AngolakaGOK{ ago }
ArgentinakaRAGWK{ aragæ }
ArmeniakaRAMWK{ aramæ }
AustraliakaUSWK{ ausæ }
AustriakaUTWK{ autæ }
AzerbaijankaZEK{ aze }
B
BahamaskbAHASWK{ bahasæ }
BahreinkbAHARWK{ baharæ }
BangladeshkbAGADWK{ bagadæ }
BarbadoskbARABWK{ barabæ }
BelaruskbALARWK{ balaræ }
BelgiumkbELWK{ belæ }
BelizekbALAZWK{ balazæ }
BeninkbENWK{ benæ }
BhutankbATANWK{ batanæ }
BoliviakbOLWK{ bolæ }
Bosnia and HerzegovinakbIHWK{ bihæ }
BotswanakbUAK{ bua }
BrazilkbARAK{ bara }
BruneikbARANWK{ baranæ }
BulgariakbAGARWK{ bagaræ }
Burkina FasokbAFAK{ bafa }
BurundikbADIK{ badi }
C
CambodiakqAHAMWK{ qahamæ }
CameroonkqAMARWK{ qamaræ }
CanadakqANWK{ qanæ }
Cape VerdekqAPAVWK{ qapavæ }
Central African RepublickqAFWK{ qafæ }
ChadktAQADWK{ taqadæ }
ChilekqAHALWK{ qahalæ }
ChinakqAHANWK{ qahanæ }
ColombiakqOLWK{ qolæ }
ComoroskqOMWK{ qomæ }
Costa RicakqARIK{ qari }
CroatiakhARAVWK{ haravæ }
CubakqUBWK{ qubæ }
CypruskqIPWK{ qipæ }
Czech RepublickqAZEK{ qaze }
D
Democratic Republic of the Congo (Congo-Kinshasa)kqODWK{ qodæ }
DenmarkkdANAQWK{ danaqæ }
DjiboutikdIOK{ dio }
DominicakdAMAK{ dama }
Dominican RepublickdOMWK{ domæ }
E
EcuadorkeQUK{ equ }
EgyptkeGIK{ egi }
El SalvadorksALAVWK{ salavæ }
Equatorial GuineakgANAQWK{ ganaqæ }
EritreakeRIK{ eri }
EstoniakeSATWK{ esatæ }
EthiopiakeTAHWK{ etahæ }
F
FijikfIOK{ fio }
FinlandkfINWK{ finæ }
FrancekfARAK{ fara }
G
GabonkgABWK{ gabæ }
GambiakgAMABWK{ gamabæ }
GeorgiakgEOK{ geo }
GermanykdEUK{ deu }
GhanakgAHAK{ gaha }
GreecekgARAQWK{ garaqæ }
GrenadakgARADWK{ garadæ }
GuatemalakgATAMWK{ gatamæ }
GuineakgINWK{ ginæ }
Guinea-BissaukgANABWK{ ganabæ }
GuyanakgUIK{ gui }
H
HaitikhATIK{ hati }
HonduraskhANADWK{ hanadæ }
HungarykhUNWK{ hunæ }
I
IcelandkiSALWK{ isalæ }
IndiakiNADWK{ inadæ }
IndonesiakiDANWK{ idanæ }
IrankiRANWK{ iranæ }
IraqkiRAQWK{ iraqæ }
IrelandkiRALWK{ iralæ }
IsraelkiSARWK{ isaræ }
ItalykiTAK{ ita }
Ivory CoastkqIVWK{ qivæ }
J
JamaicakiAMWK{ iamæ }
JapankiPANWK{ ipanæ }
JordankiORWK{ ioræ }
K
KazakhstankqAZWK{ qazæ }
KenyakkENWK{ kenæ }
KiribatikqIRWK{ qiræ }
KuwaitkqUTWK{ qutæ }
KyrgyzstankqAGAZWK{ qagazæ }
L
LaosklAOK{ lao }
LatviaklAVAK{ lava }
LebanonklABANWK{ labanæ }
LesothoklASOK{ laso }
LiberiaklABARWK{ labaræ }
LibyaklABIK{ labi }
LiechtensteinklIEK{ lie }
LithuaniaklATUK{ latu }
LuxembourgklUQWK{ luqæ }
M
MacedoniakmAQADWK{ maqadæ }
MadagascarkmADAGWK{ madagæ }
MalawikmUIK{ mui }
MalaysiakmISWK{ misæ }
MaldiveskmADAVWK{ madavæ }
MalikmALIK{ mali }
MaltakmALATWK{ malatæ }
Marshall IslandskmAHALWK{ mahalæ }
MauritaniakmARATWK{ maratæ }
MauritiuskmUSWK{ musæ }
MexicokmEQWK{ meqæ }
MicronesiakfASAMWK{ fasamæ }
MoldovakmADAK{ mada }
MonacokmAQOK{ maqo }
MongoliakmANAGWK{ managæ }
MontenegrokmANEK{ mane }
MoroccokmARWK{ maræ }
MozambiquekmOZWK{ mozæ }
MyanmarkmAMARWK{ mamaræ }
N
NamibiaknAMWK{ namæ }
NauruknARUK{ naru }
NepalknAPALWK{ napalæ }
NetherlandsknALADWK{ naladæ }
New ZealandknAZALWK{ nazalæ }
NicaraguaknIQWK{ niqæ }
NigerknERWK{ neræ }
NigeriaknAGAK{ naga }
North-KoreakpARAQWK{ paraqæ }
NorwayknORWK{ noræ }
O
OmankoMANWK{ omanæ }
P
PakistankpAQWK{ paqæ }
PalestinekpASEK{ pase }
PanamakpANWK{ panæ }
Papua New GuineakpANAGWK{ panagæ }
ParaguaykpARIK{ pari }
PerukpERWK{ peræ }
PhilippineskpAHALWK{ pahalæ }
PolandkpOLWK{ polæ }
PortugalkpARATWK{ paratæ }
Puerto RicokpAROK{ paro }
Q
QatarkqATWK{ qatæ }
R
Republic of the Congo (Congo-Brazaville)kqOGWK{ qogæ }
RomaniakrOUK{ rou }
RussiakrUSWK{ rusæ }
RwandakrUAK{ rua }
S
Saint Kitts and NeviskqANAK{ qana }
Saint LuciaklAQAK{ laqa }
Saint Vincent and the GrenadineskvAQATWK{ vaqatæ }
SamoakuSAMWK{ usamæ }
San MarinoksAMARWK{ samaræ }
São Tomé and PríncipeksATAPWK{ satapæ }
Saudi ArabiaksAUK{ sau }
SenegalksENWK{ senæ }
SerbiaksARABWK{ sarabæ }
SeychellesksIQWK{ siqæ }
Sierra LeoneksALEK{ sale }
SingaporeksAGAPWK{ sagapæ }
SlovakiaksAVAQWK{ savaqæ }
SloveniaksAVANWK{ savanæ }
Solomon IslandsksALABWK{ salabæ }
SomaliaksOMWK{ somæ }
South AfricakzAFWK{ zafæ }
South KoreakqORWK{ qoræ }
South SudanksASADWK{ sasadæ }
SpainkeSAPWK{ esapæ }
Sri LankaklAQWK{ laqæ }
SudanksADANWK{ sadanæ }
SurinameksURWK{ suræ }
SwazilandksUZWK{ suzæ }
SwedenksUEK{ sue }
SwitzerlandkqAHEK{ qahe }
SyriaksIRWK{ siræ }
T
TaiwanktUNWK{ tunæ }
TajikistanktIQWK{ tiqæ }
TanzaniaktAZAK{ taza }
ThailandktAHAK{ taha }
Timor LestektALASWK{ talasæ }
TogoktAGOK{ tago }
TongaktONWK{ tonæ }
Trinidad and TobagoktATOK{ tato }
TunesiaktANWK{ tanæ }
TurkeyktURWK{ turæ }
TurkmenistanktAQAMWK{ taqamæ }
TuvaluktUVWK{ tuvæ }
U
UgandakuGAK{ uga }
UkrainekuQARWK{ uqaræ }
United Arab EmirateskaREK{ are }
United KingdomkgABARWK{ gabaræ }
United States of AmericakuSAK{ usa }
UruguaykuRIK{ uri }
UzbekistankuZABWK{ uzabæ }
V
VanuatukvUTWK{ vutæ }
Vatican CitykvATWK{ vatæ }
VenezuelakvENWK{ venæ }
VietnamkvANAMWK{ vanamæ }
W
Western SaharakeSAHWK{ esahæ }
Y
YemenkiEMWK{ iemæ }
Z
ZambiakzAMABWK{ zamabæ }
ZimbabwekzUEK{ zue }



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