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Abbrivation in this LexiconEdit

In order to notify the properties of the words faster, I chose abbrivations. Here's some you will see:

  • A. -Accusative
  • D. -Dative
  • F. -Femiline
  • M. -Masculine
  • Ne. -Neuter
  • No. -Nominative
  • P. -Plural
  • R. -Reflexive
  • S. -Singular



Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage
abril /abɹil/ April M.
ago /ago/ water Ne.
agusta /agusta/ August F.
ajouda /aʒude/ today (is) F.
  1. Ajouda 15 mai, 2012. Today is May 15, 2012.
  2. Ajouda, ney ä voyageni â Villa da Neuvel York. Today, we travelled to New York City.
amor /amoɹ/ love N.
animo /animo/ animal Ne.
ano /ano/ year Ne.
aprehuêr /apɹehuɜɹ/ after hours M.
apremidi /apɹemidi/ afternoon M.
arbera /aɹbeɹa/ tree F.
avenu /avenu/ avenue Ne.
aveon /aveɔn/ airplane/ aircraft M.
avissa /avisa/ bird F.


Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage
batan /batan/ stick M.
bou /bou/ mouth Ne.
boulevardo /boulevaɹdo/ boulevard Ne.


Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage
campe /kampe/ camp M.
câpil /kɑpil/ hair M.
cien /t͡ʃien/ dog M.
cinar /t͡ʃianr/ ash M.
colla /cola/ neck F.
còrna /kɔrna/ horn F.
corticce /kotit͡ʃe/ tree bark M.
cœuro /kœuɹo/ heart Ne.


Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage
dente /dente/ tooth M.
diara /djaɹe/ diary, journal F.


Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage
elephanto /elefanto/ elephant Ne.


Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage
feulium /fjulium leaf M.
flore /floɹe/ flower M.
fôresto /fɞɹeste/ forest Ne.


Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage
genu /dʒenu/ knee Ne.
grassa /gɹasa/ fat F.


Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage
hapato /hapato/ liver Ne.
hotol /hotol/ hotel Ne.
hulei /hulej/ cooking oil M.
huêr /huɜɹ/ hour M.


Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage
ignito /ignito/ Ne. fire
infant /infant/ M. child


Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage
jamba /ʒamba/ leg F.
jiu /ʒiu/ play Ne.
jui /ʒwi/ game M.
jor /ʒoɹ/ day M.


Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage
kaute /kaute/ tail M.
kèmèstri /kɛmɛstɹi/ chemistry M.
kèno /kɛno/ canoe Ne.
kilo- /kilo/ kilo Ne.


Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage
linguo /liŋwo/ tongue/langugae Ne.
luni /luni/ moon M.


Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage
manu /manu/ hand Ne.
midi /midi/ middle F.
montańa /montaɲa/ mountain F.


Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage
namo /namo/ name Ne.
nesa /nesa/ nose Ne.
noce /not͡ʃe/ night M.
ńouveli /ɲuveli/ news P.
nuve /nuve/ cloud M.


Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage
œf /œf/ egg M.
oïe /oie/ eye M.
orei /orej/ ear M.
osseo /oseo/ bone Ne.


Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage
paģa /pad͡ʒa/ page F.
panthera /panθeɹa/ panther/ leopard F.
pare /paɹe/ father M.
paysse /pajse/ country M.
pècto /pɛkto/ breast Ne.
pella /pela/ skin F.
periodik /peɹjodik/ journal M. Periodical magazine
pierd /pieɹd/ foot M.
peş /peʃ/ fish M.
pleu /plju/ rain Ne.
pompelmou /pompelmou/ grapefruit Ne.


Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage
quisina /kwisina/ cuisine F.
quotidian /kwotidian/ daily newspaper M.


Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage
radîz /ɹadɨz/ root M.
riu /ɹiu/ river Ne.
ru /ɹu/ street Ne.


Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage
sabel /sabel/ sand M.
septèmbre /septɛmbre/ September M.
serpant /serpant/ snake M.
solei /solej/ sun M.
soleihuêr /solejhuɜɹ/ day(time) M.

solei (sun)+ huêr (hour); This is referring to the time when the sun is out.

  • Lei personnni laborint pèdùranto li soleihuêrPeople are working during the day
sourra /sou
stello /stello/ star N.


Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage


Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage
ungui /ungwi/ claw


Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage
vol /vol/ flight M.


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worgan /woɹ/ storm M.
wourse /wuɹse/ bear M.


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Alisian Pronunciation English Gender Usage
zinq /ðiŋ/ zinc M.


Alisian Pronunciation English Usage
bèl, bèlla, bèllo /bɛl/, /bɛla/, /bɛlo/ beautiful
ben /ben/ good
cauldo /kauldo/ hot
frod cold
geni nice
gros fat, thick
mal bad


Alisian Pronunciation English Usage


Alisian Pronunciation English Usage
â /ɑ/ to, at Ja conduiot â lyceum. I drive to school.
ajècanto /aʒɛkanto/ next to Tou eti
an /an/ in
anhaça di /anhat͡ʃa di/ inside of
ante /ante/ before
ântre /ɑntɹe/ between
apèşa /apɛʃa/ despite
apre /apɹe/ after
contrê /kontɹɜ/ against
çu /t͡ʃu/ on
daquande /dakwande/ since
di /di/ of, from
dihaça di /dihat͡ʃa di/ outside of
ètras /ɛtɹas/ behind (the back of/less developed)
fina /fina/ until/up to
intra /intɹa/ among
ku /ku/ by (means of)
par /paɹ/ in order to
parç ke /paɹt͡ʃ ke/ because
per /peɹ/ per
por /poɹ/ by
pèdùranto /pɛdəɹanto/ during
proposida /pɹoposida/ about
règuard /ɹɛguard/ regarding, concerning
sans /sans/ without
sub /sub/ below, under
supra /supɹa/ over, above
transverse /tɹansversa/ through(out)
vecom /vekom/ with
versa /veɹsa/ towards


Number Person Gender Nominative
Reflexive Accusative
(direct complement)
(indirect complement)
Singular First ja, j’¹ mi, m’¹ mie
Second tou ti, t’ tie
Third Masculine ile si, s’¹ li, l’¹ lie o an se
Feminine ela la, l’¹ lia sa
Neuter ono lo, l'¹ lio so
Plural First noy ney notre
Second voy vey votre
Third lorei sey loi o an sey
  1. ja, mi, ti, si, li, la, lo becomes j', t', s', l', l', l' before a vowel.
  2. ile, ela, ono are the 3rd person pronouns corresponding to he, she and it respectively. The pronouns ile and ela can also mean it around inanimate objects since they describe masculine and feminine. ono is it naturally but only for neuter nouns.

2nd person pronounsEdit

In the past, the T-V distinction was part of the language (with T tou as informal and V voy as formal).

Generally speaking, tou is the familiar form of address used with family, friends, and minors. Voi indicates distance without deference, and tends to be used between people who are, roughly, social equals. domul / damula (literally "sir"/"madam") are the most ceremonious forms of address. English speakers may find the latter construction akin to the parliamentary convention of referring to fellow legislators in the third person (as "my colleague", "the gentleman", "the member", etc.), although the level of formality conveyed by senhor is not as great. In fact, variants of domul and damula with more nuanced meanings such as professor ("professor"), colèg ("colleague") and patre ("father") are also employed as personal pronouns.

In modern-day speech, the T-V distinction no longer exist after the seventeenth century, when formality in pronouns were lost. Ultimately, the second person pronouns are used according to number of people being addressed. e.g. Touwodi le comete hir sor?(Did you (sing.) the comet lest night?) vs Voy woditi le comete hir sor?(Did you (pl.) the comet lest night?)


English Alisian
Masculine Feminiant Neuter Plural
this/that/these/those èsse èssa èsso èssy
some quelquè quelqua quelquo quelquy
one um uma umo -
which one liquel laquela laquelo lisquelly
of which diquel daquela doquelo disquely
to/in/at whom âquel âquela âquelo âsquely
each chaq
all tot ta to toy
someone quelqu'um quelqu'uma



Alisian Pronunciation English Usage
accelerandier /akt͡ʃeleɹandieɹ/ to speed up/go faster
acquistiar /akwistiaɹ/ to acquire
ajutier /aʒutieɹ/ to add
allegrire /alegɹiɹe/ to walk
amior /amioɹ/ to like/love
andier† /andiaɹ/ to go to
appellier /apelieɹ/ to call (be named) Ja m'appelle Mikal. My name Michael
apprendiar /apɹendiaɹ/ to learn
appretier /apɹetieɹ/ to buy
aprire /apɹiɹe/ to open
arrestier /aɹestieɹ/ to stop
ascendiar /aʃendiaɹ/ to ascend/go up to/rise
  • Ile ascendiet â cellem. She is ascending into heaven.
  • Ela ascendiet l'elevater. He is going up the eleveator.
  • La pastla ascendiet The cake is rising.
attaqior /atakioɹ/ to attack
attendare /atendaɹe/ to wait
avancier /avant͡ʃieɹ/ to advance
avior† /avioɹ/ to have
banior to bath
bior† /bioɹ/ to drink
bèsonior /besonioɹ/ to feel
çangiar /t͡ʃand͡ʒiaɹ/ to change
çargier /t͡ʃaɹd͡ʒiaɹ/ to charge
cedier† /t͡ʃedieɹ/ to pass by
combattiar /kombatiaɹ/ to battle/fight
commenziar /komenðiaɹ/ to begin/start
comprendiar /komprendiaɹ/ to learn
conduior /kondwioɹ/ to drive
connâre /kon to know/to be acquainted with Ja la connâ I know her
consellier /konselieɹ/ to council/advise Ela consellit qua tu nu conduis. She advises that you don't drive
controllier /kontɹolieɹ/ to control
corire /koɹiɹe/ to run
crèier† /kɹɛieɹ/ to create
dèchangiar /dɛt͡ʃand͡ʒiaɹ/ to undo
dechargier /t͡ʃand͡ʒiaɹ/ to discharge
demandior /demandioɹ/ to ask
descendiar /deʃendiaɹ/ to descend/to go down to
dessiniar /desiniaɹ/ to draw
devenier† /devenieɹ/ to become
devier† /devieɹ/ to have to/must
dihabillier /dihabilieɹ/ to undress
dire† /diɹe/ to say
ditroviar /ditɹoviaɹ/ to discover
donniar /donniaɹ/ to give
estire† /estiɹe/ to be
exchangiar /ekst͡ʃand͡ʒiaɹ/ to exchange
finiar /finiaɹ/ to finish
fiar† /fiaɹ/ to do
grandire /gɹandiaɹ/ to grow
grassire /gɹandiɹe/ to gain weight
guardior /gwardioɹ/ to watch
habilliar /habiliaɹ/ to get dressed
habitior /habitioɹ/ to live (inhabit) Ja habito â Loreje I live in Loreje
haire /haiɹe/ to hate
invitier /invitieɹ/ to invite
juior /ʒwioɹ/ to play
laborire /laboɹiɹe/ to work
laviar /laviaɹ/ to wash
lire† /liɹe/ to read
maigrassire /maigɹasiɹe/ to lose weight
mangire /mand͡ʒiaɹ/ to eat
maquilliar /makwilliaɹ/ to put on make up
mettier /metieɹ/ to put
mourire† /muɹiɹe/ to die
nascere† /naʃeɹe/ to be born
nurrire /nuɹiɹe/ to feed
payiar /pajiaɹ/ to pay
portare /poɹtaɹe/ to bring
prendare /pɹendɹe/ to take
produior /pɹoduioɹ/ to produce
puvore† /puvoɹe/ to be able to (can)
quærire /kwæɹiɹe/ to search for
quittire /kwitiɹe/ to quit
racontiar /ɹakontiaɹ/ to tell
rappellior /rapelioɹ/ to remember/recall
reçargier /ɹet͡ʃand͡ʒiaɹ/ to recharge
recommenziar /ɹekomenðiaɹ/ to restart/start again
reveniar† /ɹeveniaɹ/ to come again
savior /savioɹ/ to know

When one knows a fact:

  • Ja savo qü la monda ë 70% acua. I know that the world is 70% water
scrire /skɹiɹe/ to write
sperier /speɹieɹ/ to hope
swivire /swiviɹe/ to save
teleçargier /telet͡ʃand͡ʒiaɹ/ to download
tenire† /teniɹe/ to keep
troviar /tɹoviaɹ/ to find
utiliziar /utiliðiaɹ/ to use
veniar /veniaɹ/ to come


to make
vivior /vivioɹ/ to live
vulouire /vulwiɹe/ to want
weigier /wejd͡ʒieɹ/ to bet
wrestire /wɹestiɹe/ to stay
  • †: irregular
  • ‡: stem-changing



Alisian Pronunciation English
zero /ðeɹo/ zero
um(a)(o) /um/(/uma/)(/umo/) one
deu /dju/ two
trè /tɹɛ/ three
quatre /kwatɹe/ four
cinq /t͡ʃiŋ/ five
six /siks/ six
sept /sept/ seven
oce /ot͡ʃe/ eight
neufo /njufo/ nine
dix /diks/ ten
ònz /ɔnz/ eleven
douz /duz/ twelve
treiz /tɹejz/ thirteen
quatorze /kwatoɹðe/ fourteen
quenz /kwenz/ fifteen
seiz /sejz/ sixteen
septez /septez/ seventeen
ochez /ot͡ʃez/ eighteen
neuvez /njuvez/ nineteen
vente /vente/ twenty
vente-um /vente um/ twenty one
vente-deu /vente dju/ twenty-two
trènte /tɹɛnte/ thrity
quarante /kwaɹante/ forty
cinquante /t͡ʃiŋwante/ fifty
sixante /siksante/ sixty
septante /septante/ seventy
ocinte /ot͡ʃinte/ eighty
novinte /novinte/ ninety
(um) çin /um t͡ʃin/ (one) hundred
(um) mil /um mil/ (one) thousand
(um) million /um milion/ (one) million


Alisian Supertext Pronunciation English
primir(a)(o) 1ir /pɹimiɹ/ first
sêcondo 2do /sɜkondo/ second
tercir 3ir /teɹt͡ʃiɹ/ third
cuartor 4or /kwaɹtoɹ/ fourth
cinqèno 5èno /t͡ʃiŋɛno/ fifth
sixèno 6èno /siksɛno/ sixth
septèno 7èno /septɛno/ seventh
ochèno 8èno /ot͡ʃɛno/ eight
neufèno 9èno /njufɛno/ ninth
dixèno 10èno /diksɛno/ tenth

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