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AgricultureEdit

máθïl, máulnas - n. [*mạθul]
olive, olive tree

AviansEdit

gháprï, ghavrínas - n. [*ḡạpri]
pigeon

DecayEdit

básïs, báunas - n. [*bạsus]
stench
bás-ul, báz-ūn, báudē - vi/vt. [*bạsūl, *bạsūwūn, *bạsūdeji]
itr. stink, smell, reek
trn. cause to stink, cause to smell

VisionEdit

ák-al, ág-ōn, agh-ádē - vt. [*ạkāl, *ạkāwūn, *ạkādeji]
see, spot

MetalsEdit

θâtën, θāðánas - n. [*θạtan]
gold
ség, ségnas (sénngas) - n. [from a Northern source, via trade]
lead, molybdenum

PhysiologyEdit

sárrïs, saghúnas - n. [*sạrrus]
fracture
sárr-ul, sár-ūn, sagh-údē - vt. [*sạrrūl, *sạrrūwūn, *sạrrūdeji]
to break, to fracture, to crack
atánnï, atëghúnas - n. [*atạnnu]
tactile feeling, sensation of touch

HydrologyEdit

míghï, mînas - n. [*miḡi]
water
gáirïs, gáirïnas - n. [*gạjirus]
river, river flow; river bed
gáir-ul, gáigh-ūn, gaj-údē - vi. [*gạjirūl, *gạjirūwūn, *gạjirūdeji]
flow (of rivers, liquids)
θít-al, θíd-ōn, θið-ádē - vt. [*θịtāl, *θịtāwūn, *θịtādeji]
bring, carry, deliver (of rain, water, bodies of water)

AnthropologyEdit

NamesEdit

Belágän, Beláunas [bel-ágän]
the black one, Black

LogicEdit

fólpïn, folvínas - n. [*folpịn (loanword)]
cause, reason, precondition

KinshipEdit

súngë, sûnas - n. [*sụŋa(s)]
brother
úkät, ughónas - n. [*ụkot]
kinsman

ControlEdit

náppës, namánas - n. [*nạppas]
fetters, reins, chains
nápp-al, náp-ōn, nam-ádē - vt. [*nạppāl, *nạppāwūn, *nạppādeji]
bind, chain; control, keep on a leash

PoliticsEdit

nábïl, náulnas - n. [*nạbul]
Imperial emissary, Imperial governor
ärkádžï, ärkáunas - n. [*ärkạ-džu (loanword)]
leader, chieftain, duke
ägúrrë, ägúrrās - adj. [*o:kụ̄rra]
independent
ilúnnë, ilughánas - n. [*ilụmna < *i-lụna]
ally
bädím-il, bädív-ø̄n, bädî-dē - vi. adj. [*bọdimīl, *bọdimīwūn, *bọdimīdeji]
be convenient, be easy, be easily managed, be easily accomplished, be simple to perform

ReligionEdit

ráx-al, rág-ōn, rav-údē - vt. irr. mud. [*rạxn̄l, *rạxn̄wūn, *rạxn̄deji]
taboo trn. eat flesh from a living being, cannibalise
kánj-al, káj-ōn, ká-udē - vt. irr. mud. [*kạñm̄l, *kạñm̄wūn, *kạñm̄deji]
trn. divine sth. by cracking human bones over a fire

Food ProductionEdit

sínngë, sínngas - n. [*sịŋŋa]
cooked snake
áf-al, áv-ōn, â-dē - vi. [*ạfāl, *ạfāwūn, *ạfādeji]
to cook, boil, fizzle (of liquids, foods)
andúnë, andúnas - n. [*anduna]
millstone, mill
ysám-il, ysáv-ø̄n, ysái-dē - vt. [*y:sạmīl, *y:sạmīwūn, *y:sạmīdeji]
to brew, cook, boil, ferment
brásë, braðánas - n. [*brạsa]
flour; rice flour
bras-sék:ul, bras-ség:ūn, bras-segh:údē - vi/vt. [bras-sek:ul]
itr. to work the fields; work in agriculture; cultivate wheat, cultivate rice
trn. to cultivate sth. (a plant)

PersonalityEdit

káumën, kāmánas - n. [*kạwaman]
moron, idiot

EmotionsEdit

úkät, ughónas - n. [*ụko-t]
happiness
páxït, paxúnas - n. [*pạxu-t]
contentness, positivity

Wealth, CommerceEdit

móšpï, možvúnas - n. [*mọčpu]
wealth, riches

Morality, Free WillEdit

kóts-ul, kóz-ūn, koð-údē - vt. [*kọtsūl, *kọtsūwūn, *kọtsūdeji]
pick, choose, elect, end up prefering
kótsïs, koðúnas - n. [*kọtsus]
choice, pick
kéng-il, kégh-ø̄n, kéidē - vi. adj. [*kẹŋīl, *kẹŋīwūn, *kẹŋīdeji]
be right, be correct, be true

GeometryEdit

párpï, parvínas - n. [*pạrpi]
bottom, geometrical/geographical lowest limit; sea floor

TimeEdit

sérrë, sérrās - adj. [*serro]
imminent, upcoming
adv. imminently, soon, 'about to'

ColoursEdit

belë, bênas - n. [*bẹle]
black, blackness

ConjunctionsEdit

ší .... ší - conj. [*ši]
either .... or

Light VerbsEdit

áθ-il, áð-ø̄n, áidē - vl. [*ạθīl, *ạθīwūn, *ạθīdeji]
have to, must, be obliged to, ought to; + inf.obl

DerivationsEdit

Noun–Verb PairsEdit

One of the more common correspondences between noun-verb pairs is that of coordinate cognates: nouns that ended in one of { *-as *-is *-us } will most frequently have a verb formed directly from the same root that is respectively either earthy, solar or lunar. This is visible in coordinated pairs such as ‹náppës :: náppal› (fetters :: to bind) and ‹gáirïs :: gáirul› (river :: to flow).

Noun-to-Verb DerivationsEdit

All productive Bäladiri N→V derivational suffix complexes are bi- or trisyllabic and have a monosyllabic 'core' and a thematic vowel; some non-productive suffixes remain that are monosyllabic or that have four or more syllables. All suffixes cause a stress shift and accompanying lenition.

-sek:ul, -seg:ūn, -segh:údē - vi. [*-sekūl, *-sekūwūn, *-sekūdeji]
to work so as to acquire noun

Noun-to-Noun DerivationsEdit

-ágän, -áunas** [*-akon, *akonās]
one who embodies the concept of, one who has the properties of

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