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This is the dictionary of the Thûtsc language.

Thit is wordbôc thûtscar sprâcan.

Usage / Gibruc Edit

  • main entry plural type/gender [pronunciation] definition (comment)
  • hûthword mêdarfalla claht [ûtcal] bitêcanissa (bîcal)

A Edit

  • A -ar f [aː] A, first letter of the alphabet
  • a pers pro [ɑ] you two! (vocative dual of thû)
  • âc conj [aːk] but
  • accar n [ˈɑkɐr] field, acre
  • âdala -r f [ˈaːdɐlɐ] decease, sickness
  • âf adv [aːf] finished
  • âf prep [aːf] off
  • âfgrônd -ar m [ˈaːfgroːnt] abyss
  • âfand -ar f [ˈaːfɑnt ~ ˈaːfɐnt] evening
  • aftar prep [ˈɑftɐ ~ ˈɑftɐr] beyond, behind
  • aht [ɑxt] eight (ahtsda [ˈɑxtsdɐ], ahzda [ˈɑxtsdɐ])
  • al pro/deter [ɑl] all, everything
  • al -lar n [ɑl] all, everything possible
  • âld adj [aːlt] old, decayed, wise
  • ân prep [aːn] to, next to, on (+acc, rarely +dat/+loc)
  • ânslân [ˈaːnslaːn] to hit, to strike (irregular, see slân, compound verb: Stic slit ân neith = The play didn't strike well)
  • anda conj [ˈɑndɐ] and
  • ang adj [ɑŋ] other
  • angar pro [ˈɑŋɐr] somebody else
  • angaras noun [ˈɑŋɐrɐs] others (treated as plural)
  • ant conj [ɑnt] and
  • astam adj [ˈɑstɐm] handsome, beautiful

B Edit

  • B -ar f [beː] B, second letter of the alphabet
  • baccan [ˈbɑkɐn] to bake (bêc [beːk] - gibaccan [jɪˈbɑkɐn])
  • balc -ar m [bɑlk] beam
  • banca -r f [ˈbɑŋkɐ] bank
  • barcan [ˈbɑrkɐn] to bark (short vowel class)
  • bêar f pl [beːɐ̯r] bees (plural of bîa)
  • bêdalan [ˈbeːdɐlɐn] to beg (long vowel class)
  • bêdan [ˈbeːdɐn] to offer, to give (bâd [baːt] - gibôdan [jɪˈboːdɐn])
  • b(h)êdan [ˈbʰeːdɐn] to pray, to ask (b(h)âd [bʰaːt] - gib(h)êdan [jɪˈbʰeːdɐn], older version of bêgan)
  • bêgan [ˈbeːjɐn] to pray, to ask (bâg [baːj] - gibêgan [jɪˈbeːjɐn])
  • beild -ar n [bæɪ̯lt] image, sculpture, impression, idea
  • bein -ar n [bæɪ̯n] leg, bone
  • benca -r f [ˈbæŋkɐ] bench
  • bêr -ar m [beːr] bear
  • bêr -ar m [beːr] beer
  • bêran [ˈbeːrɐn] to bear, to carry, to give birth (bâr [baːr] - gibôran [jɪˈboːrɐn])
  • best adj [bæst] best (rare, alternative form of betst)
  • bet adv [bæt] rather (Willa bet hâban fiscan = I'd rather have some fish)
  • betst adj [bætst] best
  • better adj [ˈbætɐr] better
  • bezt adj [bætst] alternative spelling betst
  • bi prep [bɪ ~ biː] with, at, near
  • prep [biː] alternative form of bi
  • bîa bêar/r f [biːɐ̯] bee
  • bical -lar m [bɪˈkɑl] discussion, talk
  • bîcal -lar m [ˈbiːkɑl] comment
  • bicallan [bɪˈkɑlɐn] to discuss (short vowel class)
  • bîcallan [ˈbiːkɑlɐn] to comment, to tell recent events (long vowel class)
  • bicôman [bɪˈkoːmɐn] to get, to receive (bicôm [bɪˈkoːm]/biquam [bɪˈkwɑm] - bicôman [bɪˈkoːmɐn])
  • bicôringa -r f [bɪˈkoːrɪŋgɐ] charm, appeal, attractiveness, allure, temptation
  • bifêlan [bɪˈfeːlɐn] to order, to command (bifâl [bɪˈfaːl] - bifôlan [bɪˈfoːlɐn])
  • bifôre prep [bɪˈfoːrɐ] for, before, in front of (+acc, rarely +dat)
  • big -gar n [ˈbɪj] pig
  • bigin -nar n [bɪˈjɪn] begin, start
  • biginnan [bɪˈgɪnɐn ~ bɪˈjɪnɐn] to begin, to start (bigan [bɪˈgɑn] - bigôs [bɪˈgoːs])
  • bigôdan [bɪˈgoːdɐn] to protect (long vowel class)
  • bihalf conj [bɪˈhɑlf] unless
  • bihtan [ˈbɪxtɐn] to work hard (short vowel class)
  • bilêfan [bɪˈleːvɐn] to please (long vowel class, es-thû-bilêfa/e.t.b. = please)
  • bindan [ˈbɪndɐn] to bind (band [bɑnt] - gibôndan [jɪˈboːndɐn])
  • birg -ar m [ˈbɪrk] mountain
  • birgan [ˈbɪrgɐn] to store (short vowel class)
  • birk -ar m [ˈbɪrk] birch
  • bistân [bɪˈstaːn] to exist (irregular, see stân)
  • biswîcan [bɪˈswiːkɐn] to collapse (biswêc [bɪˈsweːk] - biswêcan [bɪˈsweːkɐn])
  • bîtan [ˈbiːtɐn] to bite, to hurt (bêt [beːt] - gibêtan [jɪˈbeːtɐn])
  • bitêcanan [bɪˈteːkɐnɐn] to mean (long vowel class)
  • bitêcanissa -r f [bɪˈteːkɐnɪsɐ] meaning, definition
  • bithet conj [bɪˈðæt] because
  • bitscan [ˈbɪdʒɐn ~ ˈbɪtʃɐn] to buy (short vowel class)
  • blaffan [ˈblɑvɐn] to bark (short vowel class)
  • blâsan [ˈblaːzɐn] to blow (blês [bleːs] - giblâsan [jɪˈblaːzɐn])
  • bleic adj [blæɪ̯k] pale
  • bleican [ˈblæɪ̯kɐn] to bleech
  • blîcan [ˈbliːkɐn] to seem (blêc [bleːk] - giblêcan [jɪˈbleːkɐn])
  • blîfan [ˈbliːvɐn] to stay, to remain (blêf [bleːf] - giblêfan [jɪˈbleːvɐn])
  • bliffan [ˈblɪvɐn] to pay, to be obligated to (short vowel class)
  • blitscan [ˈblɪdʒɐn ~ ˈblɪtʃɐn] to bark (short vowel class)
  • blôma -r f [ˈbloːmɐ] flower
  • blûw adj [bluːw] blue
  • bôc -ar n [boːk] book, paper
  • bôum -ar m [boːu̯m] tree
  • brêcan [ˈbreːkɐn] to break (brâc [braːk] - gibrôcan [jɪˈbroːkɐn])
  • bringan [ˈbrɪŋgɐn] to bring (braht [brɑxt] - gibrôht [jɪˈbroːxt])
  • briwwan [ˈbrɪwɐn] to brew (brêw [breːw] - gibriwwan [jɪˈbrɪwɐn])
  • brôthar -ar m [ˈbroːðɐr] brother
  • brûcan [ˈbruːkɐn] to use, to need (long vowel class)
  • buc -ar m [buk] beech
  • bûgan [ˈbuːgɐn] to bend (bâg [baːk] - gibôgan [jɪˈboːgɐn])
  • bûn adv [bun ~ buːn] very
  • bûran [ˈbuːrɐn] to work hard, to be (treated as) a slave (long vowel class)
  • burga -r f [ˈburgɐ] city, ville, place
  • bûwan [ˈbuːwɐn] to build (long vowel class)
  • bwêgan [b(u)ˈweːjɐn] to move (bwâg [b(u)ˈwaːj] - bwôgan [b(u)ˈwoːjɐn])

C Edit

For alternative spellings of words beginning with kw-, see QU.

  • C -ar f [keː ~ seː] C, third letter of the alphabet
  • ca [kɑ] diminutive suffix (see grammar for notes)
  • câld adj [kaːlt] cold
  • cal -lar m [kɑl] nonsens, talk
  • callan [ˈkɑlɐn] to talk, to name, to call (short vowel class)
  • cant -ar m [kɑnt] side
  • cês -ar m [keːs] cheese
  • cêsan [ˈkeːzɐn] to choose (câs [kaːs] - gicôsan [jɪˈkoːzɐn])
  • cets -ar m [kæts] animal
  • cîbis -sar m [ˈkiːbɪs] smile
  • cîbis hâban -sar m [ˈkiːbɪs ˈhaːbɐn] to smile (irregular, see hâban)
  • cîcan [ˈkiːkɐn] to look, to see, to take a look (long vowel class)
  • ciccan [ˈkɪkɐn] to vomit (short vowel class)
  • cind -ar n [kɪnt] child, baby
  • cinnan [ˈkɪnɐn] to be able to, to know (irregular)
  • cippa -r f [ˈkɪpɐ] chicken
  • circa -r f [ˈkɪrkɐ] church, Church
  • cirran [ˈkɪrɐn] to stroke, to caress, to pet (short vowel class)
  • claht -ar m [klɑxt] gender
  • clanca -r f [ˈklɑŋkɐ] sound, vowel
  • clêpan [ˈkleːpɐn] to call out, to shout, to cry (long vowel class)
  • climman [ˈklɪmɐn] to climb, to grow (clam [klɑm] - giclôman [jɪˈkloːmɐn])
  • clincan [ˈklɪŋkɐn] to sound (clanc [klɑŋk] - giclôncan [jɪˈkloːŋkɐn])
  • cnên -ar m [kneːn] knee (alternative plural: cnêar [kneːɐ̯r])
  • cniht -ar m [knɪxt] knight, helper, subject
  • cnîpan [ˈkniːpɐn] to pinch, to squeeze (cnêp [kneːp] - gicnêpan [jɪˈkneːpɐn])
  • côl adj [koːl] cool
  • côman [ˈkoːmɐn] to come, to arrive, to visite (côm [koːm]/quam [kwɑm] - gicôman [jɪˈkoːmɐn])
  • cômst -ar m [koːmst] coming, visiting, arrival
  • côp -par m [koːp] head
  • côrt adj [koːrt] short
  • côua -r f [ˈkoːu̯wɐ] cow
  • côupan [ˈkoːu̯pɐn] to buy (caht [kɑxt] - gicôht [jɪˈkoːxt])
  • crafta -r f [ˈkrɑftɐ] power
  • crimpan [ˈkrɪmpɐn] to shrink (cramp [krɑmp] - gikrômpan [jɪˈkroːmpɐn])
  • crûd -ar n [kruːt] herb, spice, gunpowder
  • crûpan [ˈkruːpɐn] to creep (long vowel class)
  • cuninc -ar m [ˈkunɪŋk] king
  • cuninclic adj [ˈkunɪŋklɪk] kingly, royal
  • cununcrica -r f [ˈkunɪŋkriːka] kingdom

D Edit

  • D -ar f [deː] D, fourth letter of the alphabet
  • adv [daː] alternative spelling of thâ
  • dâg -ar m [daːj ~ daːk] day
  • dêr -ar n [deːr] animal, animals
  • dirfan [ˈdɪrvɐn] to dare (darf [dɑrf] - gidôrs [jɪˈdoːrs])
  • dôc -car n [doːk] dock
  • dôccan [ˈdoːkɐn] to pay, to be obligated to (long vowel class)
  • dôhtar -ar f [doːxtɐr] daughter
  • dôn [doːn] to do, to make, to create, to make happen (irregular)
  • dônc adj [doːnk] dark
  • dôncarnissa -r f [ˈdoːnkɐrnɪsɐ] darkness
  • dôrp -ar n [doːrp] village, town
  • dôtscan [ˈdoːdʒɐn ~ ˈdoːtʃɐn] to lock (long vowel class)
  • drâgan [ˈdraːjɐn] to carry (drôg [droːj] - gidrâgan [jɪˈdraːjɐn])
  • dranca -r f [ˈdrɑŋkɐ] beverage, drink
  • drê [dreː ~ ðreː] three (alternative spelling: thrê)
  • dreggan [ˈdræjɐn] to turn, to twist (short vowel class)
  • dricca -r f [ˈdrɪkɐ] pressure, version, press, push, touch, edition
  • driccafirnimminga -r f [ˈdrɪkɐfɪrnɪmɪŋgɐ] typographical error, typo, misprint
  • driccan [ˈdrɪkɐn] to press (short vowel class)
  • drîfan [ˈdriːvɐn] to float (drêf [dreːf] - gidrêfan [jɪˈdreːvɐn])
  • drincan [ˈdrɪŋkɐn] to drink (alcohol) (dranc [drɑŋk] - gidrôncan [jɪˈdroːŋkɐn])
  • drôg adj [droːj] dry
  • drûpan [ˈdruːpɐn] to drip (drâp [draːp] - gidrôpan [jɪˈdroːpɐn])
  • dûcan [ˈduːkɐn] to dive (dâc [daːk] - gidôcan [jɪˈdoːkɐn])
  • dûgan [ˈduːgɐn ~ ˈduːjɐn] to be good, to be well-behaved, to be of good quality (long vowel class)
  • dutsc -ar n [dutʃ] nation, people
  • dwingan [ˈdwɪŋgɐn] to force (dwang [dwɑŋ(k)] - gidwôngan [jɪˈdwoːŋgɐn])

E Edit

  • E -ar f [eː] E, fifth letter of the alphabet
  • eg -gar n [æɪ̯ ~ æj] egg
  • ei -ar n [æɪ̯ ~ æj] alternative spelling of eg
  • eic -ar m [æɪ̯k] oak
  • eiccets -ar m [ˈæɪ̯kæts] squirrel
  • eiland -ar n [ˈæɪ̯lɑnt] island, isle
  • ein [æɪ̯n] one, a, an (inflected, see adjectives)
  • einfal adj [ˈæɪ̯nfɑl] singular
  • einfalla -r f [ˈæɪ̯nfɑlɐ] singular
  • êirst [æːɪ̯rst ~ eːɪ̯rst] first
  • end -ar n [ænt] end, finish
  • endan [ˈændɐn] to end, to finish (short vowel class)
  • êr -ar f [eːr] honour
  • erm adj [ærm] poor, bad, decayed
  • erm -ar m [ærm] arm
  • êrth -ar f [eːrð] earth, world, dirt, sand, ground, nature, character, disposition
  • êrtha -r f [ˈeːrðɐ] earth, world, dirt, sand, ground, nature, character, disposition
  • es conj [æs] as, like, whether, if, than
  • es-thû-bilêfa [æs ðuː bɪˈleːvɐ] please (from bilêfan, to please, literally: if you may be pleased)
  • êtan [ˈeːtɐn] to eat (ât [aːt] - ginêtan [jɪˈneːtɐn])
  • e.t.b. [æs ðuː bɪˈleːvɐ] please (short for es-thû-bilêfa)
  • êwa -r f [ˈeːwɐ] centery, long time
  • êwic adj/adv [ˈeːwɪk] eternal, forever
  • êwichêda -r f [ˈeːwɪçdʒeːdɐ ~ ˈeːwɪçtʃeːdɐ] eternity, posterity

F Edit

  • F -ar f [æf] F, sixth letter of the alphabet
  • falla -r f [ˈfɑlɐ] fall, case
  • fallan [ˈfɑlɐn] to fall, to lose (fêl [feːl] - gifallan [jɪˈfɑlɐn])
  • fan prep [fɑn] of (+acc, rarely +dat)
  • fangan [ˈfɑŋgɐn] to catch (fêng [feːŋ(k)] - gifangan [jɪˈfɑŋgɐn])
  • fâran [ˈfaːrɐn] to fare, to sail (fôr [foːr] - gifâran [jɪˈfaːrɐn])
  • fâsan [ˈfaːzɐn] to will be (long vowel class, so it will be: fâsat (sô) [ˈfaːzɐt (soː)])
  • fast adj [fɑst] solid
  • fâthar -ar m [ˈfaːðɐr] father, Lord, God
  • -ar n [feː] lifestock, cattle
  • fêoh fêar n [feːo̯x] lifestock, cattle
  • fêoncan [ˈfeːo̯ŋkɐn ~ ˈfiːu̯ŋkɐn] to howl (long vowel class)
  • fêar -ar n [feːɐ̯r ~ fæːɐ̯r] sudden danger, calamity, ambush
  • fêr [feːr] four
  • fîf [fiːf] five
  • fihtan [ˈfɪxtɐn] to fight (faht [fɑxt] - gifôhtan [jɪˈfoːxtɐn])
  • fil adj [fɪl] much, many (inflected like mêda)
  • fîl adj [fiːl] much, many (inflected like mêda)
  • findan [ˈfɪndɐn] to find, search (fand [fɑnt] - gifôndan [jɪˈfoːndɐn])
  • fircan -ar n [ˈfɪrkɐn] pig
  • firêtan [fɪrˈʔeːtɐn] to fret, to grub (firât [fɪrˈʔaːt] - firêtan [fɪrˈʔeːtɐn])
  • firfillan [fɪrˈfɪlɐn] to fulfill (short vowel class)
  • firgêfan [fɪrˈgeːvɐn] to forgive (irregular, see gêfan)
  • firgêtan [fɪrˈgeːtɐn] to forget (firgât [fɪrˈjaːt] - firgêtan [fɪrˈjeːtɐn])
  • firlêran [fɪrˈleːrɐn] to lose, to get lost (firlâr [fɪrˈlaːr] - firlôran [fɪrˈloːrɐn])
  • firlôsan [fɪrˈloːzɐn] to redeem (long vowel class)
  • firnimminga -r f [fɪrˈnɪmɪŋgɐ] error, mistake
  • firsittan [fɪrˈsɪtɐn] to move, to replace (irregular, see sittan)
  • firstân [fɪrˈstaːn] to understand, to hear clearly (irregular, see stân)
  • fisc -ar m [fɪʃ] fish
  • fiscan [ˈfɪʃɐn] to fish (short vowel class)
  • flêgan [ˈfleːjɐn] to fly (flâg [flaːj] - giflôgan [jɪˈfloːjɐn])
  • flesc -ar n [flæʃ] flesh, meat
  • fleisc -ar n [flæɪ̯ʃ] flesh, meat
  • flîdan [ˈfliːdɐn] to flee (flêd [fleːt] - giflêdan [jɪˈfleːdɐn])
  • flihtan [ˈflɪxtɐn] to flee (flaht [flɑxt] - giflôhtan [jɪˈfloːxtɐn])
  • flîgan [ˈfleːjɐn] alternative spelling of flêgan
  • flôra -r f [ˈfloːrɐ] floor
  • fôgal -ar m [ˈfoːgɐl] bird
  • fôl adj [foːl] much, many (inflected like mêda)
  • fôlc -ar n [foːlk] nation, people
  • fôra prep [ˈfoːrɐ] alternative spelling of fôre
  • fôrat adv [ˈfoːrɐt] forth, forwards
  • fôratbringan [ˈfoːrɐtbrɪŋgɐn] to engender, to produce (braht fôrat [brɑxt ˈfoːrɐt] - fôratgibrôht [ˈfoːrɐtjɪbroːxt])
  • fôrca -r f [ˈfoːrkɐ] fork
  • fôre prep [ˈfoːrɐ] for, before, in front of (+acc, rarely +dat)
  • fôt -ar m [foːt] foot (alternative plural: fôet [føːt ~ foːə̯t ~ foːɐ̯t])
  • frâga -r f [fraːjɐ] problem, question
  • frâgan [ˈfraːjɐn] to ask, to question (frôg [froːj] - gifrâgan [jɪˈfraːjɐn])
  • frêran [ˈfreːrɐn] to freeze (frâr [fraːr] - gifrôran [jɪˈfroːrɐn])
  • frês -ar m [freːs] fear
  • frêsan [ˈfreːzɐn] to fear (long vowel class)
  • frî adj [friː] free
  • frîgan [ˈfriːjɐn] to make love, to have a relation, to have sex (frêg [freːj] - gifrêgan [jɪˈfreːjɐn])
  • frîhêda -r f [ˈfriːheːdɐ] freedom
  • frihta -r f [ˈfrɪxtɐ] fruit
  • frihtbâr -r f [ˈfrɪxtbaːr] fruitful, fertile
  • frîtha [ˈfriːðɐ] peace
  • frôua -r f [ˈfroːu̯wɐ] queen
  • ful adj [ful] full

G Edit

  • G -ar f [geː ~ jeː] G, seventh letter of the alphabet
  • ga f/m [jɑ] the (used after a preposition)
  • ga pers pro [jɑ] you! (polite, plural)
  • gâgan [ˈjaːjɐn] to hunt (gôg [joːj] - gigâgan [jɪˈjaːjɐn])
  • gân [jaːn ~ ɣaːn] to go, to leave (irregular)
  • gâr -ar n [jaːr] year
  • gas -sar m [jɑs] coat, cloak
  • gast -ar m [jɑst] person, guest
  • gêa interj [jeːɐ̯] yes, yeah
  • gêfan [ˈjeːvɐn] to give, to donate (irregular)
  • gêgan prep [ˈjeːgɐn ~ ˈjeːjɐn] against (+acc, rarely +dat/+loc)
  • gein [jæɪ̯n] no, none
  • geist -ar m [jæɪ̯st] ghost, spirit
  • geit -ar m [jæɪ̯t] goat
  • geita -r f [ˈjæɪ̯tɐ] goat
  • gêl adj [jeːl] yellow
  • gêr pers pro [jeːr] you (plural, polite)
  • gêtan [ˈgeːtɐn ~ ˈjeːtɐn] to pour (gât [gaːt ~ jaːt] - gigôtan [jɪˈgoːtɐn ~ jɪˈjoːtɐn])
  • gêtan [ˈjeːtɐn] to get (long vowel class)
  • gibruc -(c)ar n [jɪˈbruk] usage
  • ginêsan [jɪˈneːzɐn] to heal (ginâs [jɪˈnaːs] - ginêsan [jɪˈneːzɐn])
  • ginêtan [jɪˈneːtɐn] to enjoy (ginât [jɪˈnaːt] - ginôtan [jɪˈnoːtɐn])
  • ginôh adv [jɪˈnoːx] enough
  • girst -ar n [jɪrst] barley
  • giscêdan [jɪˈʃeːdɐn] to occur (long vowel class, original form: scêdan)
  • gist -ar f [jɪst] yeast
  • git n [jɪt] the (used after a preposition)
  • glîdan [ˈgliːdɐn] to glide (glêd [gleːt] - giglêdan [jɪˈgleːdɐn])
  • gôd adj [goːt ~ joːt] good (comparitive and superlative: better - betst)
  • gôd -ar m [joːt] god, God
  • gôld -ar n [goːlt] gold
  • gôldan adj [ˈgoːldɐn] gold
  • gônc adj [joːŋk] alternative spelling of gông
  • gông adj [joːŋ(k)] young
  • grâfan [ˈgraːvɐn] to dig (grôf [groːf] - gigrâfan [jɪˈgraːvɐn])
  • grâs -ar n [graːs] grass
  • grîpan [ˈgriːpɐn] to grab, to grasp (grêp [greːp] - gigrêpan [jɪˈgreːpɐn])
  • grôn adj [groːn] green
  • grônd -ar m [groːnt] ground, floor
  • grôt adj [groːt] big, great, tall, adult, large
  • grôta -r f [ˈgroːtɐ] cave, cavern
  • guks -ar m [juks] fun, happiness, joy
  • guksan [ˈjuksɐn] to have fun, to be happy, to enjoy (short vowel class)

H Edit

  • H -ar f [haː ~ æx] H, eighth letter of the alphabet
  • hâban [ˈhaːbɐn] to have, to possess (irregular)
  • hai interj [hɑɪ̯] hello
  • hâldan [ˈhaːldɐn] to keep, to hold, to make it (hêld [heːlt] - gihâldan [jɪˈhaːldɐn])
  • hân -ar m [haːn] cock
  • hangan [ˈhɑŋgɐn] to hang (hêng [heːŋ(k)] - gihangan [jɪˈhɑŋgɐn])
  • hânsca -r f [ˈhaːnʃɐ] trouble, problem, mess
  • hard adj [hɑrt] painful, hurting, hard, rough
  • pers pro [heː] he (hims - him - hin - hîmas - sih(silf))
  • heidan -ar n [ˈhæɪ̯dɐn] the present
  • heil -ar n [hæɪ̯l] luck, health
  • heilih adj [ˈhæɪ̯lɪx] holy
  • heilihan [ˈhæɪ̯lɪxɐn] to sanctify (short vowel class)
  • heir -ar m [hæɪ̯r] army
  • heitan [ˈhæɪ̯tɐn] to be named (hêt [heːt] - giheitan [jɪˈæɪ̯tɐn])
  • hêmala -r f [ˈheːmɐlɐ] heaven
  • hêr -ar m [heːr] lord, master, gentleman
  • herfast -ar m [ˈhærfɐst ~ ˈhærvɐst] autumn
  • hêrlic adj [ˈheːrlɪk] delicious, wonderful, belonging to a lord
  • hêrlichêda -r f [ˈheːrlɪçdʒeːdɐ ~ ˈheːrlɪçtʃeːdɐ] glory, fiefdom
  • hert -ar n [hært] heart
  • hilpan [ˈhɪlpɐn] to help, to support (halp [hɑlp] - gihôlpan [jɪˈhoːlpɐn])
  • hin -nar f [hɪn] hen
  • hîn poss pro [hiːn] their (dual and plural)
  • hir pers pro [hɪr] her, to her (form of )
  • hîr adv [hiːr] here
  • hirs pers pro [hɪrs] hers (form of )
  • hitscan [ˈhɪdʒɐn ~ ˈhɪtʃɐn] to think, to think about, to consider (short vowel class)
  • hôh adj [hoːx] high
  • hôlt -ar n [hoːlt] wood, timber
  • hôltan adj [ˈhoːltɐn] wooden, timber
  • hôngarath [ˈhoːŋgɐrɐð] hundred
  • hôp -ar m [hoːp] hope
  • hôpan [ˈhoːpɐn] to hope (long vowel class)
  • hôpful adj [ˈhoːpful] hopeful
  • hôup -ar m [hoːu̯p] pile, a lot
  • adv/interrogative pro [huː] how (rare, mostly is used)
  • hund -ar m [hunt] dog, hound
  • hûnd -ar f [huːnt] hundred
  • hûth adj [huːð] main
  • hûthword -ar n [ˈhuːðwort] main entree

I Edit

  • I -(g)ar f [iː] I, ninth letter of the alphabet
  • i poss pro [ɪ] second person dual vocative fem/neu
  • i prep [ɪ] in, inside of
  • î pers pro [iː] he
  • if conj [ɪf] if, whether, or
  • ih pers pro [ɪx] I
  • illaf [ˈɪlɐf] eleven
  • in prep [ɪn] in, inside of
  • irgas [ˈɪrjɐs] somewhere
  • it pers pro/art [ɪt] it

J Edit

For alternative spellings of words beginning with j-, see G.

  • J -ar f [æj ~ jeː] J, tenth letter of the alphabet (rare)

K Edit

For alternative spellings of words beginning with k-, see C.

  • K -ar f [kaː] K, eleventh letter of the alphabet (rare)

L Edit

  • L -ar f [æl L, twelfth letter of the alphabet
  • lâdan [ˈlaːdɐn] to load (lôd [loːt] - gilâdan [jɪˈlaːdɐn])
  • lanc adj [lɑnk] long
  • land -ar n [lɑnt] country, state, land
  • lâtan [ˈlaːtɐn] to let, to leave (lêt [leːt] - gilâtan [jɪˈlaːtɐn])
  • lâthan [ˈlaːðɐn] to invite (long vowel class)
  • lêf adj [ˈleːf] lovely, nice, sweet, friendly
  • lêfan [ˈleːvɐn] to like, to love, to live (long vowel class)
  • lêfda -r f [ˈleːfdɐ] love
  • lêgan [ˈleːjɐn] to lie (lâg [laːj] - gilôgan [jɪˈloːjɐn])
  • lêh -tar n [leːx] light
  • lêh -t- adj [leːx] light (in sight), low
  • leithan [ˈlæɪ̯ðɐn] to lead, to guide (short vowel class)
  • leithih adj [ˈlæɪ̯ðɪx] empty
  • lenth -ar m [lænð] spring
  • lêsan [ˈleːzɐn] to read (lâs [laːs] - gilêsan [jɪˈleːzɐn])
  • lîcan [ˈliːkɐn] to look like, to resemble (lêc [leːk] - gilêcan [jɪˈleːkɐn])
  • lîdan [ˈliːdɐn] to suffer (lêd [leːt] - gilêdan [jɪˈleːdɐn])
  • liggan [ˈlɪgɐn ~ ˈlɪjɐn] to lay, to lay down, to set, to put, to place (irregular)
  • lih adj [lɪx(t)] light (in weight)
  • lil adj [lɪl] little, small, lesser (rare)
  • lôfta -r f [ˈloːftɐ] air
  • lôupan [ˈloːu̯pɐn] to walk (lêp [leːp] - gilôupan [jɪˈloːu̯pɐn])
  • lûs lûs/-ar f [luːs] louse
  • lûs f pl [lys] lice, plural of lûs

M Edit

  • M -ar f [æm] M, thirteenth letter of the alphabet
  • mâcan [ˈmaːkɐn] to make, to repair, to mend (long vowel class)
  • mâgada -r f [ˈmaːjɐdɐ] virgin
  • mâlan [ˈmaːlɐn] to grind (mêl [meːl] - gimâlan [jɪˈmaː;ɐn])
  • mâlan [ˈmaːlɐn] to paint, to draw (long vowel class)
  • man -nar m [mɑn] man (rare, see also mînsc)
  • mand -ar f [mɑnt] basket
  • pers pro [meː] dative of ih
  • mêda adj [ˈmeːdɐ ~ ˈmeːðɐ] much, many
  • mêdarfal adj [ˈmeːðɐfɑl] plural
  • mêdarfalla -r f [ˈmeːðɐfɑlɐ] plural
  • mer conj [mær] but
  • mêr -ar n [maːr] lake
  • mêrt -ar m [meːrt] March (third month of the Gregorian calendar)
  • mêtan [ˈmeːtɐn] to measure, to have a certain length (mât [maːt] - gimêtan [jɪˈmeːtɐn])
  • mets -ar n [mæts] knife, cleaver
  • mez -zar n [mæts] alternative spelling of mets
  • pers pro [miː] accusative of ih
  • middana -r f [ˈmɪdɐnɐ] middle
  • mih pers/refl pro [mɪx] myself, accusative of ih
  • mihhas pers pro [ˈmɪxɐs] locative of ih
  • mihsilf refl pro [ˈmɪxsɪlf] myself
  • milca -r f [ˈmɪlkɐ] milk
  • milcan [ˈmɪlkɐn] to milk (malc [mɑlk] - gimôlcan [jɪˈmoːlkɐn])
  • mîn poss pro [miːn] my
  • mînsc -ar m [miːnʃ] human, man, male
  • mit prep [mɪt] with (+acc, rarely +dat/loc)
  • mît poss pro [miːt] my (used to stress, Thet is mît wîfa! = That's my wife(, not yours)!)
  • môgan [ˈmoːgɐn ~ ˈmoːjɐn] to be allowed to, to may, to like (mah [mɑx] - gimôgan [jɪˈmoːjɐn])
  • môn -ar m [moːn] moon
  • môrgan -ar m [ˈmoːrjɐn] morning
  • môtan [ˈmoːtɐn] to have to, to must (mat [mɑt] - gimôs [jɪˈmoːs])
  • môthar -ar f [ˈmoːðɐr] mother
  • môthara -r f [ˈmoːðɐrɐ] mother (alternative form of môthar)
  • mûs mûs/-ar f [muːs] mouse
  • mûs f pl [mys] mice, plural of mûs

N Edit

  • N -ar f [æn] N, fourteenth letter of the alphabet
  • naht -ar m [nɑxt] night
  • nahta -r f [ˈnɑxtɐ] night
  • nâma -r f [ˈnaːmɐ] name, agreement
  • nein interj [næɪ̯n ~ næɪ̯ð] no
  • neith conj/adv [næɪ̯ð] not
  • nêt conj/adv [neːt] not
  • Ng -ar f [æŋ(k)] Ŋ, a IPA letter of the alphabet
  • nimman [ˈnɪmɐn] to take, to agree, to accept, to call, to name, to mention (nam [nɑm] - ginôman [jɪˈnoːmɐn])
  • adv [nuː] now, currently
  • nug adj [nyj ~ nuj] new, modern
  • nûgan [ˈnuːgɐn ~ ˈnuːjɐn] nine

O Edit

  • O -uar f [oː] O, fifteenth letter of the alphabet
  • ôf conj [oːf] whether, if (Weita nêt ôf hâst gidôn = I don't know whether you've done it)
  • ôfar prep [ˈoːfɐr] alternative spelling of ôfir
  • ôfardôndih adj [oːfɐrˈdoːndɪx] abundant
  • ôfarsêan [ˈoːfɐrseːɐ̯n] to oversee, to control, to check (compound verb: sêa ôfar = I oversee)
  • ôfarsittan '[ˈoːfɐrsɪtɐn] to ferry, to translate (irregular, see sittan, compound verb: sitta ôfar = I translate)
  • ôfir prep [ˈoːfɪr ~ ˈoːfɐr] over, about, concerning (+acc, rarely +dat/loc)
  • ôl' -ar n [oːl] baby (rare, see also cind)
  • ôn- [(ˈ)oːn] un- (also un-)
  • ônrista -r f [ˈoːnrɪstɐ] unrest
  • ônscûlth -ar m [ˈoːnʃuːlð] innocence
  • ôrs -ar n [oːrs] brave horse, reliable horse (Thit isse mît ôrs! = This is my favourite/most reliable/best horse!)
  • ôs pers/refl pro [oːs] ourselves, accusative of wêr
  • ôs poss pro [oːs] our
  • ôsas pers pro [ˈoːzɐs] locative of wêr
  • ôssilf refl pro [ˈoːsɪlf] ourselves
  • ôthar conj [oːðɐr] or (Willst thit ôthar willst thet? = Do you want this or do you want that?)
  • ôuh adv [oːu̯x] also, too, moreover, either

P Edit

  • P -ar f [peː] P, sixteenth letter of the alphabet
  • pâl -ar m [paːl] pole
  • pâth -ar n [paːð] path
  • pêrd -ar n [peːrt] horse
  • plêgan [ˈpleːjɐn] to commit (plaht [plɑxt] - giplôht [jɪˈploːxt])
  • plôgan [ˈploːgɐn] to plough (long vowel class, see also plôhtan)
  • plohtan [ˈploxtɐn] to plough (short vowel class, rare, see also plôgan and plôhtan)
  • plôhtan [ˈploːxtɐn] to plough (short vowel class, rare, see also plôgan and plohtan)
  • priccan [ˈprɪkɐn] to prick, to sting (short vowel class)

Q Edit

  • Q -ar f [kuː] Q, seventeenth letter of the alphabet
  • quâth -ar n [kwaːð] evil
  • quatsc -ar m [kwɑtʃ] nonsens
  • quêna -r f [ˈkweːnɐ] woman
  • quibis -sar m [ˈkwiːbɪs] idiot, fool (Wen hast cîbis lîcast quibis! = When you smile you look like a fool!)
  • quicca adj [ˈkwɪkɐ] rapid
  • quicth adj [kwɪkð] quick

R Edit

  • R -ar f [ær] R, eighteenth letter of the alphabet
  • râdan [ˈraːdɐn] to guess, to gamble (rôd [roːt] - girôdan [jɪˈraːdɐn])
  • reth adj [ræð] quick
  • rîc adj [riːk] rich
  • rîca -r f [ˈriːkɐ] empire
  • rîcan [ˈriːkɐn] to reach (rêc [reːk] - girêcan [jɪˈreːkɐn])
  • riccas adv [ˈrɪkɐs] alternative form of riggas
  • rîdan [ˈriːdɐn] to drive, to ride (rêd [reːt] - girêdan [jɪˈreːdɐn])
  • rig -gar m [rɪk] back, ridge
  • riggas adv [ˈrɪgɐs] back (Gân riggas = I'm returning)
  • rihtan [ˈrɪxtɐn] to aim, to rule, to direct (short vowel class)
  • rillan [ˈrɪlɐn] to shiver (short vowel class)
  • rinnan [ˈrɪnɐn] to run (short vowel class)
  • rîsan [ˈriːzɐn] to raise, to rise (rês [reːs] - girêsan [jɪˈreːzɐn])
  • rôd adj [roːt] red
  • rôpan [ˈroːpɐn] to scream, to yell, to call, to invite, to summon, to shout, to cry (rêp [reːp] - girôpan [jɪˈroːpɐn])
  • rûcan [ˈruːkɐn ~ ˈryːkɐn] to smell, to smell bad (rôc [roːk] - girôucan [jɪˈroːu̯kɐn])

S Edit

  • S -ar f [æs] S, nineteenth letter of the alphabet
  • sâd -ar n [saːt] seed
  • sân adv [saːn] soon
  • sand -ar n [sɑnt] sand
  • scalta -r f [ˈʃɑltɐ] firmament
  • scâman [ˈʃaːmɐn] to shame (long vowel class)
  • scandan [ˈʃɑndɐn] to make a shame of (short vowel class)
  • scâp -ar n [ʃaːp] sheep, shelf
  • scêa -r f [ʃeːɐ̯] sky
  • scêdan [ˈʃeːdɐn] to occur (long vowel class, replaced by: giscêdan)
  • sceidan [ˈʃæɪ̯dɐn] to separate, to divorce (short vowel class)
  • sceidinga -r f [ˈʃæɪ̯dɪŋgɐ] separation, divorce
  • sceppan [ˈʃæpɐn] to create (short vowel class)
  • scêtan [ˈʃeːtɐn] to shoot (scât [ʃaːt] - giscôtan [jɪˈʃoːtɐn])
  • scict adj [ʃɪkt] adequate, suitable, appropriate
  • scillan [ˈʃɪlɐn] shall, wille (scôw [ʃoːw ~ ʃoːu̯] - girôucan [jɪˈʃɪlɐc ~ jɪˈʃɪlɐt])
  • scînan [ˈʃiːnɐn] to shine (scên [ʃeːn] - giscênan [jɪˈʃeːnɐn])
  • scippa -r f [ˈʃɪpɐ] scoop, spade, kick
  • scippan [ˈʃɪpɐn] to scoop, to kick (short vowel class)
  • scîtan [ˈʃiːtɐn] to shit (scêt [ʃeːt] - giscêtan [jɪˈʃeːtɐn])
  • sclittan [ˈʃlɪtɐn ~ ˈslɪtɐn ~ ˈsklɪtɐn ~ ˈʃklɪtɐn] to multiply (short vowel class)
  • scôn adj [ʃoːn] clean, cleansed, beautiful, pretty, handsome, attractive, smart, intelligent, gifted, talented
  • scrîfan [ˈʃriːvɐn] to write (scrêf [ʃreːf] - giscrêfan [jɪˈʃreːvɐn])
  • scrift -ar n [ʃrɪft] writing, writing system
  • scûlth -ar m [ʃuːlð] guilt, debt, fault
  • pers pro [seː] she
  • -ar m [seː] see
  • sêan [seːɐ̯n ~ seːjɐn] to see (long vowel class)
  • sêdan [ˈseːdɐn] to sow (sâd [saːt] - gisôdan [jɪˈsoːdɐn])
  • sêganan [ˈseːgɐnɐn] to bless (long vowel class)
  • sêla -r f [ˈseːlɐ] soul
  • sên [seːn] to be (irregular)
  • pers pro [siː] rare form of
  • siaht -ar n [sɪɐ̯xt] likeness
  • sic -car m [sɪk] sock
  • sics [sɪks ~ sɪxs] six
  • siggan [ˈsɪgɐn ~ ˈsɪjɐn] to say, to talk (irregular)
  • silfar -ar n [ˈsɪlvɐr] silver
  • silfaran adj [ˈsɪlvɐrɐn] silveren, expensive
  • simmar -ar m [ˈsɪmɐr] summer
  • sincan [ˈsɪŋkɐn] to sink (sanc [sɑŋk] - gisôncan [jɪˈsoːŋkɐn])
  • sindan [ˈsɪndɐn] to send, to post (sand [sɑnt] - gisôndan [jɪˈsoːndɐn])
  • singan [ˈsɪŋgɐn] to sing (sang [sɑŋ(k)] - gisôngan [jɪˈsoːŋgɐn])
  • sinnif [ˈsɪnɪf] seven
  • sins conj [sɪns] since
  • sins prep [sɪns] since (+acc, rarely +dat)
  • sistar -ar f [ˈsɪstɐr] sister
  • sistara -r f [ˈsɪstɐrɐ] sister
  • sit -tar m [sɪt] creature
  • sith prep [sɪð] since (+acc, rarely +dat)
  • sithan [ˈsɪðɐn] to be there since (short vowel class)
  • sitta -r f [ˈsɪtɐ] creature
  • sittan [ˈsɪtɐn] to sit, to set, to put, to place (irregular)
  • slâgan [ˈslaːjɐn] to succeed (long vowel class)
  • slân [ˈslaːn] to hit, to beat (irregular)
  • slâpan [ˈslaːpɐn] to sleep, to not pay attention (slêp [sleːp] - gislâpan [jɪˈslaːpɐn])
  • sleipan [ˈslæɪ̯pɐn] to drag (short vowel class)
  • slim adj [slɪm] smart, intelligent, bright, wise
  • slîpan [ˈsliːpɐn] to sharpen (slêp [sleːp] - gislêpan [jɪˈsleːpɐn])
  • slîtan [ˈsliːtɐn] to tear, to wear down (slêt [sleːt] - gislêtan [jɪˈsleːtɐn])
  • slûtan [ˈsluːtɐn] to close, to lock (slât [slaːt] - gislôtan [jɪˈsloːtɐn])
  • smêdan [ˈsmeːdɐn] to forge (long vowel class)
  • smiltan [ˈsmɪltɐn] to melt (smalt [smɑlt] - gismôltan [jɪˈsmoːltɐn])
  • smîtan [ˈsmiːtɐn] to smite, to throw (smêt [smeːt] - gismêtan [jɪˈsmeːtɐn])
  • snîdan [ˈsniːdɐn] to cut, to slice (snêd [sneːt] - gisnêdan [jɪˈsneːdɐn])
  • adv [soː] so, thus, since, because
  • sôn -ar m [soːn] son
  • sôna -r f [ˈsoːnɐ] sun
  • sôrga -n/-r f [ˈsoːrjɐ] sorrow, care
  • sôwî conj [soːˈwiː] like, such as, just as
  • spêlan [ˈspeːlɐn] to play (long vowel class)
  • spellan [ˈspælɐn] to spell (short vowel class)
  • spellinga -r f [ˈspælɪŋgɐ] spelling
  • spîdan [ˈspiːdɐn] to vomit, to spit (spêd [speːt] - gispîdan [jɪˈspiːdɐn])
  • spinnan [ˈspɪnɐn] to spin (span [spɑn] - gispônnan [jɪˈspoːnɐn])
  • spîsa -r f [ˈspiːzɐ] spice, food
  • splîtan [ˈspliːtɐn] to split, to devide (splêt [spleːt] - gisplêtan [jɪˈspleːtɐn])
  • sprâca -r f [ˈspraːkɐ] language, speech
  • sprêcan [ˈspreːkɐn] to speak, to talk, to chat, to discuss, to call (sprâc [spraːk] - gisprôcan [jɪˈsproːcɐn])
  • springan [ˈsprɪŋgɐn] to jump (sprang [sɑŋ(k)] - gisprôngan [jɪˈsoːŋgɐn])
  • stâl -ar n [staːl] steel
  • stâlan [ˈstaːlɐn] to be usefull (long vowel class)
  • stân [ˈstaːn] to stand, to stay (irregular)
  • stêcan [ˈsteːkɐn] to prick, to sting (stâc [staːk] - gistôcan [jɪˈstoːkɐn])
  • stein -ar m [stæɪ̯n] stone
  • steinan adj [ˈstæɪ̯nɐn] stone
  • stêlan [ˈsteːlɐn] to steal (stâl [staːl] - gistôlan [jɪˈstoːlɐn])
  • stic -car n [stɪk] stick, play, piece
  • stincan [ˈstɪŋkɐn] to smell bad (stanc [stɑŋk] - gistôncan [jɪˈstoːŋkɐn])
  • stir -ra(r) m [stɪr] star, idol (the plural version ending on -ra is treated as a masculine singular)
  • stirfan [ˈstɪrvɐn] to die (starf [stɑrf] - gistôrfan [jɪˈsroːrvɐn])
  • stôtan [ˈstoːtɐn] to push, to touch (stêt [steːt] - gistôtan [jɪˈstoːtɐn])
  • stôum -ar m [ˈstoːu̯m] steam
  • strêfan [ˈstreːvɐn] to strive, to fight, to struggle (long vowel class)
  • strîdan [ˈstriːdɐn] to fight, to struggle (strêd [streːt] - gistrêdan [jɪˈstreːdɐn])
  • strôum -ar m [ˈstroːu̯m] stream
  • stûnan [ˈstuːnɐn] to support (long vowel class)
  • sûcan [ˈsuːkɐn] to search, to seek (saht [sɑxt] - gisôht [jɪˈsoːxt])
  • sûgan [ˈsuːjɐn] to suck (sâg [saːj] - gisôgan [jɪˈsoːjɐn])
  • sûnda -r f [ˈsuːndɐ] sin
  • sûpan [ˈsuːpɐn] to swig (sâp [saːp] - gisôpan [jɪˈsoːpɐn])
  • swart adj [swɑrt] black
  • swêfan [ˈsweːvɐn] to glide, to float (long vowel class)
  • swêran [ˈsweːrɐn] to swear (swâr [swaːr] - giswôran [jɪˈswoːrɐn])
  • swîgan [ˈswiːjɐn] to be silent (swêg [sweːj] - giswêgan [jɪˈsweːjɐn])
  • swillan [ˈswɪlɐn] to swell (swal [swɑl] - giswôlan [jɪˈswoːlɐn])
  • swimman [ˈswɪmɐn] to swim (swam [swɑm] - giswôman [jɪˈswoːmɐn])
  • swirma -r f [ˈswɪrmɐ] swarm

T Edit

  • T -ar f [teː] T, twentieth letter of the alphabet
  • tanth tênth/-ar m [tɑnð] tooth
  • têcan -ar n [ˈteːkɐn] sign
  • tên [teːn] ten
  • tênth [teːnð] tenth
  • tênth m pl [teːnð] teeth (plural of tanth)
  • Th -ar f [æð] Ð, a runic letter of the alphabet
  • tha [ðɑ] the
  • tha adv [ðɐ] alternative spelling of thâ
  • thâ adv [ðaː ~ ðɐ ~ ðɑ] there
  • thancan [ˈðɑŋkɐn] to thank, to be grateful (short vowel class)
  • thê dem pro [ðeː] that
  • thê pers pro [ðeː] dative of thû, those two
  • then conj/adv [ðæn] then
  • thês dem pro [ðeːs] this, these
  • thet conj/dem pro [ðæt] that
  • thî dem pro [ðiː] that, those
  • thî pers pro [ðiː] accusative of thû, they
  • thih pers/refl pro [ðɪx] yourself, accusative of thû
  • thihhas pers pro [ˈðɪxɐs] locative of thû
  • thihsilf refl pro [ˈðɪxsɪlf] yourself
  • thîn poss pro [ðiːn] your, thee
  • thincan [ˈðɪŋkɐn] to think (thaht [ðɑxt] - githôht [jɪˈðoːxt])
  • thing -ar n [ðɪŋ(k)] thing
  • thit dem pro [ðɪt] this
  • thît poss pro [ðiːt] your (used to stress, Thet is thît hânsca! = That's your problem(, not mine)!)
  • thrê [ðreː] three (see also drê)
  • thî dem pro [ðiː] that, those
  • thôh conj [ðoːx] though
  • thurh prep [ðurx] by, through, around within an enclosed space, because of (+acc, rarely +dat/loc)
  • thûsand -ar n [ˈðuːzɐnt ~ ˈðuːzɑ̃t] thousand
  • thûsanth [ˈðuːsɐnð] thousand
  • thûtsc adj [ðuːtʃ] Thuch (from dutsc)
  • Thûtsc -ar n [ðuːtʃ] Thuch language (from thûtsc)
  • tîda -r f [ˈtiːdɐ] tide, season, time
  • tîm -ar f [tiːm] time (rare, see also tîma and tîda)
  • tîma -r f [ˈtiːmɐ] alternative form of tîm
  • tincan [ˈtɪŋkɐn] to appear (tanc [tɑŋk] - gitôncan [jɪˈtoːŋkɐn])
  • tir -rê m [tɪr] tree (rare, only used as a plural)
  • tirrê m pl [ˈtɪreː] trees (plural of tir)
  • tiscan prep [ˈtɪʃɐn] between (+acc, rarely +dat/loc)
  • triccan [ˈtrɪkɐn] to pull (traht [trɑxt] - gitrôht [jɪˈtroːxt])
  • tsâr -ar m [tsaːr] tsar
  • tscîlpan [ˈtʃiːlpɐn] to make a sound like a bird, to imitate a sound of a bird (long vowel class)
  • turfa -r f [ˈturvɐ] turf
  • tûnan [ˈtuːnɐn] to show, to tune (tân [taːn] - gitônan [jɪˈtoːnɐn])
  • twê [tweː] two
  • twîfala -r f [ˈtwiːfɐlɐ] doubt, uncertainty
  • twîfalan [ˈtwiːfɐlɐn] to doubt (long vowel class)
  • twillaf [ˈtwɪlɐf] twelve
  • twintih [ˈtwɪntɪx] twenty

U Edit

  • U -ar f [uː] U, twenty-first letter of the alphabet
  • û pers pro [uː] you two
  • uh pers/refl pro [ux] yourselves, accusative of û and gêr
  • uh poss pro [ux] your
  • uh(h)as pers pro [ˈuxɐs] locative of û
  • un- [un(ˈ)] un- (rare, also ôn-)
  • undar prep [ˈundɐr] under, below, beneath, underneath, among (+acc, rarely +dat/loc)
  • undarwirpan [undɐrˈwɪrpɐn] to subject (warp undar [wɑrp ˈundɐr] - undargiwôrpan [undɐrjɪˈwoːrpɐn])
  • up prep [up] op, upon, onto, to (+acc, rarely +dat/loc, Wilcôm up Wîcîa! = Welcome to Wikia!)
  • ût prep [uːt] out off, from, out, off (+acc, rarely +dat/loc)
  • ûtcal -lar m [ˈuːtkɑl] pronounciation
  • ûtcallan [ˈuːtkɑlɐn] to pronounce, to shout (long vowel class)
  • ûtscêtan [ˈuːtʃeːtɐn] to put forth (scât ût [ʃaːtʔuːt] - ûtgiscôtan [uːtjɪˈʃoːtɐn])

V Edit

  • V -ar f [feː ~ veː] V, twenty-second letter of the alphabet (rare)

W Edit

  • W -ar f [weː ~ æw] W, twenty-third letter of the alphabet
  • poss pro [waː] second person dual masculine
  • wahtan [ˈwɑxtɐn] to wait (short vowel class)
  • wâl -ar m [waːl] whale
  • warnan [ˈwɑrnɐn] to warn (short vowel class)
  • warninga -r f [ˈwɑrnɪŋgɐ] warning
  • warthan [ˈwɑrðɐn] to wait (short vowel class)
  • wascan [ˈwɑʃɐn] to wash (wêsc [weːʃ] - giwascan [jɪˈwɑʃɐn])
  • wât interrogative pro [waːt] what
  • wâtar -ar n [ˈwaːtɐr] water
  • interrogative pro [weː] who
  • wêgan [ˈweːgɐn ~ ˈweːjɐn] to weigh (wâg [waːk ~ waːj] - giwôgan [jɪˈwoːgɐn ~ jɪˈwoːjɐn])
  • weggan [ˈwæjɐn] to blow, to flutter, to fan (wâg [waːj]/wug[wuj] - giwôgan [jɪˈwoːjɐn])
  • weitan [ˈwæɪ̯tɐn] to know (wis [wɪs ~ wɪʃ] - giweitan [jɪˈwæɪ̯tɐn])
  • wen interrogative pro [wæn] when
  • wenna -(r) f [ˈwænɐ] wing (the plural wenna is treated as a masculine singular)
  • went conj [wænt] because
  • wêr pers pro [weːr] we
  • wêran [ˈweːrɐn] to become, to reject (long vowel class)
  • werm adj [wærm] warm
  • wermhertih adj [wærmˈhærtɪx] warmhearted
  • wermhertihhêda -r f [wærmˈhærtɪxdʒeːdɐ ~ wærmˈhærtɪxeːdɐ] warmheartedness
  • wet conj/interrogative pro [wæt] what
  • wêt pers pro [weːt] we two
  • wêtha interrogative pro [ˈweːðɐ] why
  • conj/interrogative pro [wiː] how
  • wîcan [ˈwiːkɐn] to yielk, to recede, to disappear (wêc [weːk] - giwêcan [jɪˈweːkɐn])
  • wîfa -r f [ˈwiːvɐ] wife, woman, female
  • wîfil interrogative pro [wiːˈfɪl] how much
  • wig -gar m [wɪj] bread
  • wil adv [wɪl] well
  • wilc conj/interrogative pro [wɪlk] which
  • wilcôm adv/interj [ˈwɪlkoːm] welcome
  • wilcôm -ar n [ˈwɪlkoːm] welcome
  • wild adj [wɪlt] wild
  • willan [ˈwɪlɐn] to want (wal [wɑl] - giwôlan [jɪˈwoːlɐn])
  • wîn poss pro [wiːn] first person dual
  • wîna -r f [ˈwiːnɐ] wine
  • wind -ar m [wɪnt] wind
  • windan [ˈwɪndɐn] to wind (wand [wɑnt] - giwôndan [jɪˈwoːndɐn])
  • winnan [ˈwɪnɐn] to win (wan [wɑn] - giwônan [jɪˈwoːnɐn])
  • wintar -ar m [ˈwɪntɐr] winter
  • wircan [ˈwɪrkɐn] to work
  • wircword -ar n [ˈwɪrkwort] verb
  • wirm adj [wɪrm] alternative spelling of werm
  • wirpan [ˈwɪrpɐn] to throw (warp [wɑrp] - giwôrpan [jɪˈwoːrpɐn])
  • wîsan [ˈwiːzɐn] to point, to point out (wês [weːs] - giwêsan [jɪˈweːzɐn])
  • wîspât interrogative pro [wiːˈspaːt] what time
  • wit adj [wɪt] white
  • wîtan [ˈwiːtɐn] to blame (wêt [weːt] - giwêtan [jɪˈweːtɐn])
  • withar conj [ˈwɪðɐr] whether
  • conj/interrogative pro [woː] where
  • wôlca -r f [ˈwoːlkɐ] cloud
  • wôlf -ar m [woːlf] wulf, hound
  • wônan [ˈwoːnɐn] to live in a certain place (long vowel class)
  • wônd -ar f [woːnt] wound
  • wônda -r f [ˈwoːndɐ] wound
  • word -ar n [wort] word
  • wôrd -ar n [woːrt] alternative spelling of word
  • wordbôc -ar n [ˈwortboːk] dictionary
  • wrâca -r f [ˈwɹakɐ ~ ˈwrakɐ] revenge
  • wulf adj [wulf ~ wʊlf] wild, savage, ferocious, furious, inhospitable, rough, wild, desolate
  • wust adj [wust ~ wʊst] wild, savage, ferocious, furious, inhospitable, rough, wild, desolate

X Edit

  • X -ar f [ɪks ~ ɪxs] X, twenty-fourth letter of the alphabet (rare)

Y Edit

For alternative spellings of words beginning with æɪ̯- or æːɪ̯-, see EI and ÊI.

  • Y -ar f [iːgræk ~ iːjræk] Y, twenty-fifth letter of the alphabet (rare)

Z Edit

  • Z -ar f [tseː ~ tsæt ~ zæt] Z, twenty-sixth letter of the alphabet (rare)
  • zâr -ar m [tsaːr] alternative spelling of tsâr
  • zcîlpan [ˈtʃiːlpɐn] alternative spelling of tscîlpan

See also / Sêah ôuh Edit

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