a

a [int] ah!
adres [e] address
adulte [e] adult
afrika [e] Africa
afrikai [i] African
agres [e] agression (assault)
ah [int] argh!
aha [a] understand (realize)
ai [int] alas! (ouch!)
aine [e] mirror
ais [e] ice
aisi [i] icy
ajil [i] agile
ajo [o] today
aka [e] brother or sister
akse [e] axis
akta [a] act (play a role)
aktar [e] actor (actress)
akte [e] act (scene)
alah [e] Allah
alkol [e] alcohol
alkoli [i] alcoholic
almari [e] cabinet (cupboard)
almas [e] diamond
alter [i] other
altera [a] change (alter)
alu [e] potato
ama [conj] but
amen [e] agreement (amen)
amena [a] affirm (agree, concur)
amerika [e] America (continent)
amerikai [i] American
amor [e] love
amper [e] ampere
amuk [e] rage (fury)
analis [e] analysis
analisa [a] analyse
anima [a] animate
anime [e] animation (cartoon)
anjil [e] gospel
anma [e] spirit (soul)
antena [e] antenna
anus [e] anus
anusi [i] anal
ara [e] saw tool
arabi [i] Arabic
aranje [e] orange (fruit)
aranji [i] orange (orange-colored)
arbuz [e] watermelon
arena [e] arena (stadium)
arhentina [e] Argentina
armia [e] army
arte [e] art
artar [e] artist
asle [e] origin
asli [i] original
asan [e] posture (asana)
asia [e] Asia
asiai [i] Asian
asket [e] ascetic
asma [e] asthma
aspirin [e] aspirin
ata [e] flour
atak [e] attack
atom [e] atom
auda [a] hear (listen)
australia [e] Australia
awar [e] damage (wreck)
ayiti [e] Haiti

b

bad [e] after (later)
badal [e] exchange (swap)
badam [e] almond
badan [e] body
badani [i] bodily (corporal)
badawi [i] bedouin (nomadic)
bagaje [e] luggage (baggage)
bal [i] strong
bale [e] force (strength)
baldi [e] bucket
balkon [e] balcony (porch)
balu [e] sand
bama [e] Myanmar (Burma)
bambu [e] bamboo
ban [e] child (offspring)
ban da law [e] parents
bana [a] build (construct)
banana [e] banana
banda [a] bind
bande [e] band (bandage)
bandera [e] flag (banner)
bandur [e] prisoner (jailbird)
bandur kan [e] prison
bangla [e] Bangladesh (Bengal)
banka [a] save (deposit, bank)
banya [a] bathe
banye [e] bath
banya kamar [e] bathroom
bar [e] bar (pub)
barat [e] India
barbar [i] barbarian
barda [e] beard
barka [a] congratulate
baru [e] bear
barud [e] gunpowder
bas [i] enough (sufficient)
basen [e] pool (basin)
basket [e] basket
bat [num] eight (8)
batata [e] yam (sweet potato)
bateri [e] battery
batu [e] stone
bax [e] language
bax lojia [e] linguistics
baxa [a] speak (communicate)
bay [i] white
bazar [e] market (bazaar)
baze [e] base (foundation)
bazi [i] basic
bebe [e] baby (darling)
bed [e] bed
bei [a] undergo (verb of the passive voice)
beka [a] bake
bekar [e] baker
bekaria [e] bakery
belarus [e] Belarus
belgi [e] Belgium
belize [e] Belize
benci [e] bench
beng [i] sick (ill)
benzin [e] gasoline (petrol)
beranda [e] veranda (porch)
beret [e] beret
beria [e] wolf
bet [e] house
beton [e] concrete (material with cement)
bi [pr] with (by)
bi no [pr] without
bi tem de [pr] about (concerning)
bi yang de [pr] like (in the style of)
biblia [e] Bible
bin [e] pot (bin)
bir [e] beer
bis [e] kiss
biskut [e] biscuit (cookie)
bizar [i] weird (strange)
bizi [i] busy (occupied)
biznes [e] business (commercial activity)
biznes jen [e] businessperson (businessman)
bobo [e] fool (idiot)
boikot [e] boycott
boka [e] mouth
bola [e] ball
bolgaria [e] Bulgaria
bolivia [e] Bolivia
bombe [e] bomb
bon [i] good
bora [a] drill (bore)
bot [e] boat (ship)
botol [e] bottle
boton [e] button
brazil [e] Brazil
britan [e] Britain (UK)
brox [e] brush
bud [e] realization (awareness, enlightenment, bodhi)
bud din [e] Buddhism
buda [a] realize (become aware of)
budi [i] aware (enlightened)
budan [e] Mercury
bujet [e] budget
buk [e] book
bula [a] forget
bumi [e] earth (soil)
bumi dou [e] peanut (groundnut)
bunduk [e] rifle
bus [e] bus
buton [e] key (push-button)
buton paban [e] keyboard

c

ca [e] tea
ca wan [e] tea bowl
cabi [e] key
cabuk [e] whip (lash)
cakra [e] wheel
caku [e] knife
camca [e] spoon
campion [e] champion
candi [e] silver
cang [o] often (frequently)
cans [e] opportunity (chance)
cap [e] press (stamp)
capa [a] press (imprint)
car [num] four (4)
carnir [e] hinge (pivot)
cat [e] chat (informal conversation)
cat kamar [e] chat room
catar [e] umbrella (parasol)
caye [e] shadow
ceka [a] check (to examine)
celo [e] cello
centi [num] centi- (per cent)
ceska [e] Czech
cile [e] Chile
cili [e] bell pepper cimpanzi [e] chimpanzee
cincila [e] chinchilla
cing [a] ask (request; please)
cing lay [fr] invite
cing lay in! [fr] Come in!
cip [e] Albania
cis [e] cheese
cita [a] quote
coda [a] fuck
cok [i] many (much)
cokolat [e] chocolate
corab [e] sock (stocking)
cuka [e] vinegar
cun [e] choice (selection)
cuna [a] choose (select)
cupa [a] suck
cur [e] theft
cura [a] steal
curar [e] thief
cut [e] exit (leaving)
cut mun [e] exit door
cuta [a] leave (go out, exit)

d

da [pr] own (particle of possession)
dado [e] die (dice)
daftar [e] register
daixi [e] ambassador daixi kan [e] embassy dama [e] checkers
dane [e] grain (seed)
danka [a] thank
danke [e] thanks (thank you)
danmark [e] Denmark
dante [e] tooth
dante brox [e] tooth brush
dante doktar [e] dentist
dap [e] answer (response)
dapa [a] respond (give an answer)
dar [a] give
dare [e] gift
darba [a] strike (punch)
daria [e] sea (ocean)
darme [e] dharma (piety)
darmi [i] pious
darsa [a] learn (study)
darse [e] lesson
darse ban [e] student (pupil)
darse guru [e] teacher
darse kan [e] school (institution)
darzar [e] tailor
dau [e] way (road)
dawa [e] drug (medicine)
dawa kan [e] drugstore (pharmacy)
day [i] big
debat [e] argument (debate)
deci [num] deci-
dem [e] point (spot)
demokrati [i] democratic
demokratia [e] democracy
demon [e] demon
den [e] day (daytime)
den salam [fr] Good day
den yem [e] lunch
denga [a] wait
des [num] ten (10)
desen [e] drawing (picture)
detal [e] detail
dew [e] god
dew lojia [e] theology
dewi [i] divine (godly)
dewi histor [e] myth (divine story)
deya [e] village
dian [e] attention (focus)
din [e] religion
din guru [e] priest (cleric)
ding [e] nail (spike)
diske [e] disc (disk)
doic [e] German
doka [a] read
dokta [a] heal (cure)
doktar [e] doctor (physician, healer)
dolar [e] dollar
dom [e] home (residence)
doma [a] live (dwell, reside)
dominika [e] Dominican Republic
domino [e] dominoes
dong [e] east
dou [e] bean or pea (legume)
dox [e] fault (guilt)
doze [e] portion (dose)
drama [e] drama
du [pr] of (particle of possession)
dua [num] two (2)
duan [i] short (not long)
duk [e] grief (sorrow)
duka [a] grieve
dul [e] dust
dum [e] tail
duman [e] smoke
duna [e] dune
dunia [e] world
dunia bax [e] world language
dur [e] duration
dura [a] last (take time)
duwa [a] pray
duwe [e] prayer
dux [e] shower
dzayer [e] Algeria

e

eglis [e] church
eho [e] echo
ekran [e] screen
ekuador [e] Ecuador
elektre [e] electricity
elektron [e] electron
enda [a] go
energi [e] energy
englix [i] English
eni [i] any (no matter which)
eris [e] Eris (dwarf planet)
eritra [e] Erithrea
espanya [e] Spain
esti [e] Estonia
eurasia [e] Eurasia
euro [e] euro
europa [e] Europe
europai [i] European
europai unia [e] European Union (EU)

f

faide [e] use (utility, benefit)
faidi [i] useful (beneficial)
fain [i] fine (delicate)
faktar [e] factor (agent, actor)
famil [e] family
famil nam [e] surname (family name)
fan [e] fun (amusement)
fani [i] funny (amusing)
fanat [e] fan (fanatic)
fantas [e] fantasy (imagination)
fantasa [a] fantasize
fantasi [i] fantastic (imaginary)
fantom [e] ghost (fantom)
fanus [e] lantern
far [i] far
farsi [i] Persian (Farsi)
faru [e] rhinoceros
fas [e] surface
fasin [e] fascination
faxe [e] bundle
faxisme [e] fascism
faxiste [e] fascist
fay [e] fire
feber [e] fiever
fek [e] feces (poop)
feka [a] defecate
fem [i] female
fem ban [e] daughter
rem raje [e] queen
fen [e] part (fraction)
fena [a] divide (to partition)
fer [e] iron
festa [a] celebrate (party)
feste [e] party (festival)
fet [e] fat (grease)
feti [i] fatty (greasy)
feya [a] fly
figur [e] figure (representation)
fiksa [a] fix (attach)
file [e] line (row)
filme [e] film
filsofar [e] philosopher
filsofi [i] philosophic
filsofia [e] philosophy
filtar [e] filter
fin [e] end
fina [a] finish (put an end to)
fini [i] finished
final [i] last (final)
finger [e] finger (toe)
finger wen [e] finger ring
fizik [e] physique
fizikar [e] physicist
fizikia [e] physics
fobe [e] fear (phobia)
fokus [e] focus (concentration)
fokusa [a] concentrate
fong [e] wind
fonga [a] blow
forke [e] fork
forme [e] form (shape)
forum [e] forum
fos [e] pit (excavation)
fosa [a] dig (excavate)
fosfor [e] phosphorus
foto [e] photograph
frans [e] France
fu [int] bah! (yuck!)
fubu [e] belly (abdomen)
fuk [e] clothing
fuka [a] wear clothes
ful [i] full
fula [a] fill
funca [a] function (work)
funga [a] close (shut)
fungi [i] closed (shut)
fungula [a] open
futur [i] future

g

gabar [e] grave (tomb)
gaci [e] value
gaja [e] elephant
galeria [e] gallery (exhibition hall)
gamel [e] camel
gama [a] marry
gamia [e] marriage (matrimony)
gan [e] song
gana [a] sing
gang [o] just (recently)
ganga [e] Ganges
ganja [e] cannabis
gar [e] car (cart)
garam [i] warm
garante [e] guarantee
gardin [e] garden
gas [e] gas
gata [a] tell (narrate)
gaun [e] dress (gown)
gaw [i] high
gayana [e] Guyana
gaze [e] gauze
gazel [e] gazelle
gazet [e] magazine (journal, gazette)
gem [e] game
gema [a] play a game
gemar [e] player (gamer)
gen [e] root
geta [a] get (receive, obtain, take)
gida [a] drive
giga [num] billion (giga-)
gim [e] gold
ging [e] respect (esteem)
gitar [e] guitar
glas [e] glass
gojia [e] country (land)
gol [e] goal
gola [e] throat (gullet)
gom [e] rubber
gon [o] past (former, gone)
goro [e] pig
goro nama [e] pork
goton [e] cotton
graf [e] depiction (graph)
grafa [a] depict (describe, illustrate)
grafi [i] graphic (descriptive)
gram [e] gram
gras [e] grass
grimas [e] grimace
grom [e] thunder (roaring)
grup [e] group
gua [e] cave
guang [e] light (illumination)
guanxe [e] connection (relationship)
guatemala [e] Guatemala
gubu [e] hippopotamus
gun [e] quality (attribute, property, characteristic, -ness)
gung fu [e] kung fu
guru [e] guru (mentor)
gusta [a] taste (sense flavor)
guste [e] taste (flavor)
gustu ka [a] taste like
gut [e] bone

h

haba [a] have
habu [u] belong
haber [e] news
haber gazet [e] newspaper (gazette)
haha [int] laugh
hak [e] right (justification, privilege)
hakim [e] judgment (sentence)
hakim guru [e] judge (referee)
hali [i] empty
halif [e] caliph
halo [int] hello (hi)
halos [e] halo
hamak [e] hammock
hamar [e] hammer
hamir [e] yeast
hanguk [e] South Korea
haos [e] chaos (disorder, turmoil)
harab [i] bad (ruined, spoiled)
harmoni [i] harmonius
harmonia [e] harmony
has [i] special (distinct)
hat [e] hand
hata [o] even (intensifier)
hatar [e] danger (peril)
hatari [i] dangerous
hawa [e] air
hay [o] still (yet)
hayda [a] let's
hazar [e] hazard
hazari [i] random
hazin [e] treasure (treasury)
he [int] huh? (pardon?)
helen [e] Greek (Hellenic)
helmet [e] helmet
hema [e] tent
hen [e] hate
hero [e] hero
heroi [i] heroic
hewan [e] animal
hibride [e] hybrid (mongrel)
hima [e] snow
hima rose [e] frost
himalia [e] Himalayas
hindu [e] Hindu
hisab [e] calculation (arithmetic, computation)
hisaba [a] calculate
histor [e] history (story)
historar [e] historian
historia [e] history (study of history)
hiyar [e] cucumber
hobe [e] hobby
hoke [e] hockey
hon [num] hundred
honduras [e] Honduras
hor [e] hour
hormon [e] hormone
horvat [e] Croatia
hotel [e] hotel
hua [e] flower
hua bin [e] vase (flower pot)
huli [e] fox
humus [e] chickpea
humus sos [e] hummus
hura [a] cheer (hooray)

i

i [conj] and
ibri [i] Hebrew
idea [e] idea
ideal [e] ideal (optimal)
idealisme [e] idealisme
igen [e] opinion (view)
iha [e] donkey (ass)
ikan [e] fish
impera [a] reign (rule as an emperor)
imperar [e] emperor
imperia [e] empire
in [e] inside (interior)
indonesia [e] Indonesia
informa [a] inform (communicate)
informe [e] information
ingay [a] should (ought) injenar [e] engineer
inji [e] ginger
inspira [a] inspire (inspiration)
inter [e] between
interes [e] interest (interesting)
inxala [a] hope (wish)
irak [e] Iraq
iran [e] Iran
islam [e] Islam
islami [i] Islamic
island [e] Iceland
israel [e] Israel
italia [e] Italy
itiopia [e] Ethiopia
izi [i] easy

j

ja [o] already (done)
jadi [conj] if (suppose, assume)
jaket [e] jacket
jala [a] burn (cause to burn)
jalu [a] burn (be burned)
jama [a] collect (gather, bring together)
jami [i] collective
jamia [e] collection (congregation)
jameika [e] Jamaica
janela [e] window
jang [e] fight (war)
jangar [e] warrior (fighter)
jangal [e] forest (jungle)
janu [e] knee
jara [e] jug (jar)
jaz [e] jazz
jeb [e] pocket
jele [e] gel (jelly)
jelos [i] jealous
jen [e] person (people)
jene [e] birth
jene den [e] birthday
jena [a] give birth (procreate, generate)
jenu [a] be born
jentil [i] kind (nice, gentle)
jenxen [e] ginseng
jeste [e] gesture
jiju [e] spider
jik [i] straight
jika [a] straighten
jin [i] near (close)
jiraf [e] giraffe
jiwa [a] live
jiwe [e] life
jiwe lojia [e] biology (study of life)
joga [a] play (have fun)
jok [e] joke
jokar [e] joker
jong [e] species
jowan [i] young
jowan fem [e] girl
jowan man [e] boy
judo [e] judo
jul [e] joule (J)
jumle [e] sentence (phrase)
jungo [e] China
jup [e] skirt
jus [e] juice
juxa [a] inject

k

ka [pr] like (as, as if, than)
kabau [e] water buffalo
kabil [i] able (capable)
kabila [e] tribe
kabin [e] cabin (booth)
kaca [a] catch (to hunt)
kafas [e] cage
kafe [e] coffee
kafe kan [e] cafe (coffee shop)
kafe kop [e] coffee cup
kafi [i] brown (coffee-colored)
kak [e] excrement (shit)
kaka [a] defecate (shit)
kakau [e] cocoa
kal [i] black
kalam [e] pen
kalsium [e] calcium (Ca)
kamar [e] room (chamber)
kamar tal [e] floor
kambudia [e] Cambodia
kamera [e] camera
kamis [e] shirt
kamp [e] camp
kampar [e] camper
kan [e] workshop (place for...)
kanada [e] Canada
kanal [e] channel
kandi [e] candy (sweets)
kanguru [e] cangaroo
kanun [e] law
kap [e] cover (covering)
kapa [a] cover (conceal)
kapula [a] uncover (reveal)
kapitan [e] captain
kaput [i] broken (out of order)
kar [e] deed (work)
kara [a] do (make, act)
karia [e] occupation (career)
karaoke [e] karaoke
karate [e] karate
karbon [e] coal (carbon) kari [e] curry
karot [e] carrot
karta [e] card
kasa [e] case (container)
kastan [e] chestnut
kata [a] cut
katalunya [e] Catalonia
kawayi [i] cute
kaxa [e] porridge
kay [i] open (not closed)
kaya [a] open
kaixa [a] begin (commence)
kazu [e] event (case, instance)
ke [pn] what?
ke yang? [fr] how?
kecap [e] ketchup
keci [i] polite
kek [e] cake
kelele [e] noise
kemet [e] Ancient Egypt (Kemet)
ken [a] can (be able)
kenar [e] border (edge)
kenya [e] Kenya
kerub [e] cherub
ketel [e] kettle
kexo [o] tomorrow
kia [a] ask (question)
kilo [num] thousand (kilo-)
kilo gram [e] kilogram (kg)
kimi [i] chemical
kimia [e] chemistry
kina [a] move (transfer, change place)
kine [e] movement
kini [i] kinetic
kioske [e] kiosk
kira [a] rent (hire)
kire [e] rent
kirisa [a] rent out (let, lease)
kirat [e] carat
kismat [e] fate (destiny)
kitab [e] writing (text)
kitaba [a] write
kitab kan [e] library
kitab maxin [e] typewriter
kiwi [e] kiwi fruit
klar [i] clear (not obscured)
klas [e] class (category)
klasa [a] classify (categorize)
klub [e] club
ko [pr] to (till, until)
kod [e] code (cipher)
koda [a] encode
kok [e] chicken
koko [e] coco
kolera [e] cholera
kolombia [e] Colombia
kolonia [e] colony (settlemen)
kolun [e] column (pillar)
koma [e] comma
komal [i] soft
komik [i] comical (funny)
kompania [e] company (corporation)
komputa [a] compute (to process data)
komputar [e] computer
komun [e] common (shared)
komunisme [e] communism
komuniste [e] communist
kona [e] corner (angle)
koncung [e] insect
kong [e] hole
kongo [e] Congo
konsel [e] advice (counsel)
konson [e] consonant
kontinu [a] continue (resume)
konus [e] cone
kop [e] cup
kopia [a] copy
korne [e] horn
kor [e] choir (chorus)
kos [e] cough
kosmos [e] space (cosmos, universe)
kosta [a] cost
koste [e] cost (price)
kostarika [e] Costa Rica
kot [e] coat
koz [e] reason (cause)
koza [a] cause
krem [e] cream
kriste [e] Christ
kristi [i] Christian
kristia [e] Christianity (Christendom)
krita [a] cry (shout)
krus [e] cross
kuan [i] wide
kuang [e] mineral (ore)
kuang su [e] mineral water
kuba [e] Cuba
kuka [a] cook (prepare food)
kukar [e] cook (chef)
kul [i] cool
kultur [e] culture
kupa [e] dome (vault)
kuper [e] copper
kupon [e] coupon
kura [a] care (cure)
kuran [e] Quran (Koran)
kursi [e] chair
kurve [e] curve (bend)
kurvi [i] curvy (curved)
kusen [e] cushion (pillow)

l

laba [e] horn (bugle)
labia [e] lip
lada [a] load (to charge)
laya [a] come
lay salam [fr] welcome
laji [e] rubbish (trash)
laka [e] lacquer (varnish)
lala [a] lie (lie down)
lampa [e] lamp
lanca [a] throw (launch)
lanka [e] Sri Lanka
lao [e] Laos
larwa [e] larva (maggot, caterpillar)
lastik [i] elastic
lasun [e] garlic
lat [i] pungent (spicy, hot)
lat cili [e] chili pepper
latif [i] nice (pleasant, lovely)
latvia [e] Latvia
law [i] old (not young)
laxa [a] release (let, let go)
lenxa [a] practice (to exercise)
leng [i] cold
leter [e] letter (message)
letis [e] lettuce
libel [e] dragonfly
liber [i] free (unchained)
libera [a] free (liberate)
lici [e] lychee (litchi)
lida [a] lead (direct)
lidar [e] leader (director)
lietuva [e] Lithuania
liga [a] connect (join, link)
lige [e] joint (league)
lilak [e] lilac
lili [e] lily
lim [num] five (5)
limfa [e] lymph
limit [e] limit (boundary)
limun [e] lemon
linye [e] line (stripe)
lis [i] smooth
liste [e] list (listing)
lit [o] a little (not much)
liti [i] little (small)
liter [e] liter (litre)
lixu [e] squirrel
lobak [e] radish
loga [a] say
loge [e] word
loge liste [e] word list
loja [a] research (to study)
lojia [e] science
lok [e] place (location)
loki [i] local
long [i] long
longa [a] lengthen (prolong)
longe [e] length
losi [e] screw
lubnan [e] Lebanon
lulu [e] pearl
luna [e] moon
lusun [e] asparagus
luta [a] rob (loot)
luza [a] lose (fail to win)
luzar [e] loser

m

ma [e] mother
maca [a] compete (have a match)
mace [e] match (contest)
made [e] matter (substance)
madi [i] material
madyar [e] Hungary
maf [e] sorry (pardon)
mafan [e] trouble (disturbance, bother)
mafana [a] bother
magi [i] magical
magar [e] magician (sorcerer)
magia [e] magic
magnet [e] magnet
magneti [i] magnetic
maju [e] harness
makala [e] article (writing)
makan [e] butter
makas [e] scissors
makedonia [e] Macedonia
mal [e] property (possession)
mali [i] financial
malaisia [e] Malaysia
malaria [e] malaria
mam [e] breast (boob)
mama [e] mother (mom)
mamal [e] mammal
man [e] male
man ban [e] son
man raje [e] king
mana [a] mean (signify)
mane [e] meaning (signification)
manga [e] comic (cartoon)
mango [e] mango
mangus [e] mangosteen
manioka [e] cassava (manioc)
mantu [e] dumpling
manux [e] human being
manuxia [e] mankind (humanity)
mar [e] time (occasion)
maraton [e] marathon
marca [a] walk (march)
margarin [e] margarine
marka [a] mark (leave a mark)
marke [e] mark (trace)
marmar [e] marble
marsi [e] Mars
marta [a] kill
martar [e] killer
marte [e] death
marti [i] dead
martu [a] die
martur [e] victim of killing (also: martyr)
mas [e] mass (dough, lump)
masa [i] knead (give massage)
masaje [e] massage
masala [e] issue
maske [e] mask (camouflage)
matras [e] mattress
matur [i] mature (ripe, adult)
matur fem [e] woman (adult female)
matur man [e] man (adult male)
max [o] more
max ka bas [o] too much
maxi [i] additional
maxim [o] most (maximally)
maximi [i] maximal
maxin [e] machine
mau [e] cat
maidan [e] square (plaza)
mais [e] corn (maize)
may [e] liquid
maya [a] melt (liquidize)
mayu [u] melt (get molten)
medalia [e] medallion (medal)
mede [e] help (aid, assistance)
meda [a] help (assist) medita [a] meditate (ponder)
medu [e] honey
mega [num] million (mega-)
megam [e] cloud
mehiko [e] Mexico
mei [e] every (each)
mei jen [e] everybody (everyone)
mei xe [e] everything
melodi [i] melodious (melodic)
melodia [e] melody
memba [a] participate
membar [e] member (participant)
meme [e] sheep
memor [e] memory
memora [a] remember
men [e] bunch (collection)
mes [e] month
mes 1 (mes un) [e] January
mes 2 (mes du) [e] February
mes 3 (mes sam) [e] March
mes 4 (mes car) [e] April
mes 5 (mes lim) [e] May
mes 6 (mes sis) [e] June
mes 7 (mes set) [e] July
mes 8 (mes bat) [e] August
mes 9 (mes noi) [e] September
mes 10 (mes des) [e] October
mes 11 (mes des un) [e] November
mes 12 (mes des du) [e] December
mesi [e] messiah (Christ)
metal [e] metal
metar [e] meter
metod [e] method
meza [e] table
mi [pr] I (me)
mi da [pr] my
mi da law [e] my parents
micin [e] MSG (monosodium glutamate)
mien [e] noodle
midi [i] mean (medium, average)
midia [e] media
migan [e] mandarin orange
mikro [num] micro-
mili [num] milli-
milke [e] milk
mimen [pn] we
min [o] less
min ka bas [o] too little
minara [e] tower
ming [i] bright (radiant)
mini [i] lesser (mini-)
minim [o] least (minimally)
minimi [i] minimal
minimalisme [e] minimalism
ministar [e] minister (politician)
ministaria [e] ministry
minus [o] except (minus)
minut [e] minute
misal [e] example
miskin [i] poor (miserable)
misri [e] Egypt
mit [e] meeting (gathering)
mita [a] meet
mode [e] fashion (trend)
mode nik [e] fashionista
model [e] model (design)
mogu [e] mushroom (fungus)
mola [a] grind (grind in mill)
molar [e] miller
moli [e] jasmine
mongol [e] Mongolia
monstar [e] monster
moral [e] morality (ethics)
mos [e] moss
mosim [e] season
moskit [e] mosquito
motor [e] engine (motor)
mudan [e] peony
muhim [i] important
muka [e] face
mum [e] wax
mumia [e] mummy
mumu [e] cow
mumu nama [e] beef
mun [e] door (gate)
mungus [e] mongoose
munkin [o] possibly (maybe)
mur [e] wall
mus [u] must
musa [a] coerce (force, compel)
muse [e] coercion
musik [e] music
musik nik [e] music fan
musika [a] play music
musikar [e] musician
muskul [e] muscle
muxing [e] Jupiter
muxu [e] mouse

n

na [pr] at (in, on)
na dur de [pr] while (during)
na in [pr] in (inside)
na fas [pr] on (on surface)
na lok de [pr] instead of
na way [pr] out (outside)
na wen [pr] around (about)
na xia [pr] below (under)
nabat [e] plant (vegetable)
nabi [e] prophet
nadi [e] river
nafas [e] breath
nahun [e] nail (fingernail)
naijiria [e] Nigeria
nam [e] name
nama [a] call (give name)
nanas [e] pineapple
nano [num] nano-
narak [e] hell
nas [e] people (folk)
nasi [i] popular
nasia [e] nation
nasiai [i] national
nasiaisme [e] nationalism
nau [e] brain
nederland [e] Netherlands
nen [e] year
nen feste [e] anniversary
nenufar [e] water lily (nenuphar)
nepal [e] Nepal
neptun [e] Neptune
net [e] net
niam [e] meat (flesh)
nida [a] need
nidi [i] necessary (needed)
nijer [e] Niger
nik [e] enthusiast (aficionado)
nikaragua [e] Nicaragua
nil [i] blue
nilon [e] nylon
nipon : Japan
nitro [e] nitrogen
nixe [e] niche (alcove)
no [o] no (not)
noce [e] night
noi [e] nine (9)
nonga [a] cultivate
norde [e] north
nordi [i] northern
norge [e] Norway
norme [e] norm (standard)
normi [i] normal
nos [e] nose
not [e] note (observation)
not buk [e] notebook
nota [a] note (observe, notice)
notar [e] notary
notis [e] notice (notification)
notisa [a] notify
nowa [a] renew (make new, renovate)
nowi [i] new (novel)
nudi [i] naked (bare)
nudisme [e] nudism
nul [num] zero (none)
nul jen [e] nobody (no-one)
nul xe [e] nothing
numer [e] number
numer un [e] first (number one)
nun [o] now
nuton [e] newton (N)

o

o [int] oh!
ofis [e] office (position)
ofisar [e] officer
okey [e] okay (acceptable)
okeya [a] accept (to say okay)
okse [e] oxygen
oma [e] grandmother
oman [e] Oman
opa [e] grandfather
or [e] ear
ordu [e] horde (wandering troop)
orgazme [e] orgasm
oskur [i] dark (dim)
osteraih [e] Austria

p

pa [e] father
paban [e] board (plank)
pagri [e] turban
pak [e] pack (package)
paka [a] pack
paket [e] packet
paki [e] bird
pakistan [e] Pakistan
pal [e] fruit (result, outcome)
palma [e] palm tree
pan [e] bread
panama [e] Panama
panda [e] panda
panafrikai [i] pan-African
panamerikai [i] pan-American
panasiai [i] pan-Asian
paneuropai [i] pan-European
pandunia [e] Pandunia
panduniai [i] global
pang [i] thick (fat)
panik [e] panic
pantalon [e] pants (trousers)
panyo [e] friend
papa [e] father (dad)
papagai [e] parrot (parakeet)
papaya [e] papaya
paper [e] paper
par [i] equal (peer)
paraguai [e] Paraguay
parde [e] curtain
pasa [a] pass (go by, go past)
paskal [e] pascal
pat [e] path (track, trail)
paunde [e] pound (£)
paus [e] pause (break, interruption)
pausa [a] pause (interrupt)
paxa [a] hurt
paxi [i] painful
paxia [e] suffering (passion)
paxu [a] suffer (get hurt)
pai [e] pie (pastry)
ped [e] foot
pey [e] payment
peya [a] pay
penda [a] hang (dangle)
penguin [e] penguin
penis [e] penis
pensa [a] think
penta [a] paint
pentar [e] painter
pera [e] pear
perda [a] fart
perfet [i] perfect
peri [e] fairy
permis [e] permission
permisa [a] allow (permit)
peru [e] Peru
pesa [e] money
pexa [e] job (occupation)
piano [e] piano
pifu [e] skin
pigu [e] buttocks (butt)
pijin [e] pidgin (contact language)
piknik [e] picnic
pilipin [e] Philippines (Filipino)
pilot [e] pilot
pin [e] needle (pin)
ping [e] flat
pingo [e] apple
pinse [e] pliers (pincers)
pipa [e] pipe
piper [e] pepper
piping [e] criticism (critique)
pirat [e] pirate
pistol [e] pistol
pistol nik [e] gunslinger
pitsa [e] pizza
pixa [a] piss (urine)
plan [e] plan
plana [a] intend (plan)
planet [e] planet
plastik [e] plastic
plat [e] plate
platon [e] Plato
platoni [i] Platonic
platonia [e] Platonism
plus [o] also (plus, too)
pluto [e] Pluto (dwarf planet)
poker [e] poker
poli [num] several
polis [e] police
polisar [e] police officer
politik [e] politics
politikar [e] politician
polska [e] Poland
pompa [a] pump
ponta [a] point (indicate)
porne [e] porn
porne grafia [e] pornography
porta [a] carry (bear)
portugal [e] Portugal
posta [a] send by mail
poste [e] mail
poste cap [e] postal stamp
poste kan [e] post office
poto [e] mud (mire)
poza [a] pose (set)
poze [e] pose (position)
pratik [i] practical
presis [i] precise (exact, accurate)
proba [a] try (attempt)
problem [e] problem
profesor [e] professor
program [e] program
programar [e] programmer (coder)
projet [e] project (planned endeavour)
proses [e] process (procedure)
puder [e] powder
puding [e] pudding
puja [a] worship (revere)
puertoriko [e] Puerto Rico
pul [e] bridge
pulo [e] island
punt [e] point (full stop)
pupe [e] doll (puppet)
puru [e] feather
putau [e] grape
putong [i] common (universal)
putong han [e] Mandarin Chinese (Putonghua)
puxa [a] push

r

radio [e] radio
raje [e] king or queen
raji [i] royal
rajia [e] kingdom
ramazan [e] Ramadan
randa [e] plane (plane tool)
rang [e] color
rapid [i] fast (quick)
ras [e] race (ethnicity)
rasisme [e] racism
raste [e] growth
rastu [a] grow
ratiba [i] order (arrange)
ratibe [e] order (arrangement)
razon [e] reason (rational thinking)
razoni [i] radional (reasonable)
rebel [e] rebellion
redi [i] ready
reda [a] prepare (make ready)
reporta [a] report (recount, relate)
reporte [e] report
reset [e] recipe
resid [e] receit
restoran [e] restaurant
rezin [e] resin
rik [i] rich
ris [e] rice
riske [e] risk
riski [i] risky
rit [e] ritual (ceremony)
ritme [e] rhythm (beat)
robot [e] robot
roket [e] rocket
rol [e] role
rom [e] rum
roma [e] Rome
roma empiria [e] Roman Empire
romans [e] romantic love
romansa [a] love romantically
romansi [i] romantic
rona [a] cry (weep)
rong [e] oriental dragon
ros [i] red
rose [e] dew
rosia [e] Russia
rotor [e] rotor (rotator)
roza [e] rose
ruk [e] back
ruk sak [e] backpack (rucksack)
rula [a] roll
rup [e] appearance (looks)
ruski [i] Russian (ethnic Russian)
rutin [e] routine

s

sa [pr] this or that
sa far [pr] that (that over there)
sa jin [pr] this (this over here)
sabat [e] Sabbath
saba [a] know
sabe [e] knowledge
sabun [e] soap
sadi [i] plain (simple)
saf [i] clean (pure)
safa [a] clean (purify)
safar [e] travel (voyage)
safar nik [e] tourist
safara [a] travel
safarar [e] traveler
sak [e] bag (sack)
sal [e] salt
salada [e] salad
salam [e] greeting (hello)
salama [a] greet
salima [a] surrender (to give up)
salone [e] Sierra Leone
salta [a] jump
sam [num] three (3)
saman [e] sky (heaven)
samani [i] celestial (heavenly)
san kan [e] factory
sana [a] make (produce, manufacture)
sani [i] artificial
sani bax [e] artificial language (conlang)
sania [e] production
sanduk [e] box (chest)
sang [e] blood
sant [i] holy (sacred)
sapat [e] shoe
sar [e] head
sar gut [e] skull
sat [e] time of day (moment)
sauna [e] sauna
se [pr] self
sekretar [e] secretary
seksa [a] have sex
sekse [e] sex (sexual intercourse)
seksi [i] sexy (sexual)
sekun [e] second(s)
sekur [i] safe (secure)
sel [e] cell (biology)
selen [e] selenium
sem [i] same
sement [e] cement
sen [e] chest (thorax)
sens [e] sense
senta [a] feel (emote)
serbia [e] Serbia
serca [a] search
seres [e] Ceres (dwarf planet)
serie [e] series
sesam [e] sesame
set [num] seven (7)
set war [e] week
si [o] yes (yeah)
sibir [e] Siberia
sifa [e] quality (charasteristic)
sigar [e] cigar
sigaret [e] cigarette
silsil [e] chain
sinye [e] sign (signal)
singa [e] lion
singapur [e] Singapore
sir [i] secret
sirke [e] circle
sirki [i] round
sis [num] six (6)
sisme [e] earthquake
sisme lojia [e] seismology
sistem [e] system
sistemi [i] systemic
sita [a] quote (to cite)
siti [e] city (town)
slowakia [e] Slovakia
slowenia [e] Slovenia
sofa [e] sofa (couch)
sofi [e] wise
sofia [e] wisdom
sol [o] only (just)
son [e] sleep
son kamar [e] bedroom
sona [a] sleep (be asleep)
sonda [a] sound (make a sound)
sonde [e] sound (audio)
sos [e] sauce
sosis [e] sausage
sporte [e] sport (athletics)
sportar [e] athlete (sportsman)
stadion [e] stadium
stat [e] state
stati [i] static (stationary)
stop [e] stop
su [e] water
suan [i] sour
suba [e] morning
suba den [e] forenoon
suba salam [fr] Good morning
suba yem [e] breakfast
sud [e] south
sudafrika [e] South Africa (republic)
sudan [e] Sudan
suede [e] sweat (perspiration)
suedi [i] sweaty
suhi [i] dry
suka [a] please (delight, make happy)
suki [i] happy (delighted)
suku [u] be fond of (like, enjoy, be pleased)
suker [e] sugar
sukeri [i] sugary
sultan [e] power (authority, rule)
sultana [a] rule (be in charge)
sultanar [e] ruler
sum [e] sum (total)
suma [a] sum up (add together)
sun [o] soon
sundar [e] beautiful (handsome)
suomi [e] Finland
sup [e] soup
super [e] superb (wonderful, super)
sura [e] chapter (section)
suriname [e] Suriname
surya [e] sun
suxi [e] sushi
svenska [e] Sweden
swis [e] Switzerland

t

tabak [e] tobacco
tabar [e] axe (hatchet)
tabel [e] table (matrix)
tabia [e] nature (environment)
tabiai [i] environmental (natural)
tai [e] Thai (Thailand)
taiga [e] taiga
taksi [e] taxi
taktik [e] tactics (strategy)
tal [e] bottom
tala [e] lock
tamar [e] date fruit
tambur [e] drum
tanah [e] Tanakh (Jewish Bible)
tank [e] tank (container)
tanzania [e] Tanzania
tap [e] tap (stopper)
tara [e] star
tatu [e] tattoo
taula [e] towel
tawa [e] frying pan
tazi [i] fresh
tekne [e] technique (technology)
tekne lojia [e] technology (study of techniques)
tela [e] cloth (fabric, textile)
tele [e] distant (tele-)
tem [e] topic (subject, theme)
tema [a] be about (discuss as a subject)
tena [a] hold (grasp)
tenci [e] weather
tenis [e] tennis
tenta [a] tempt (entice)
teore [e] theory
tep [e] tape
teror [e] terror
terorisme [e] terrorism
tesa [a] argue (claim)
tese [e] argument (thesis)
teste [e] test (challenge)
teyan [e] suggestion (proposal)
teyana [a] suggest (propose)
tez [i] intense (depending on context: strong, brisk, violent, swift, pungent, hot, fiery, sharp)
ticin [e] bow instrument (violin, etc.)
tik [i] right (correct)
tika [a] rectify (make correct)
tiket [e] ticket
tim [e] team
tin [e] can (tin can)
tira [a] pull
tiran [e] tyrant
tirania [e] tyranny
titan [e] titanium
to [conj] so (then, therefore)
toca [a] touch
togo [e] Togo
tolo [e] top (spinning top)
tomat [e] tomato
ton [e] tone (pitch or shade)
tong [e] barrel (can)
top [e] gun
topi [e] hat (cap)
tortuga [e] turtle (tortoise)
tot [i] whole (entire, all)
total [i] total (affecting all)
tren [e] train
tren dau [e] railway (railroad)
tu [pn] you
tualet [e] toilet (WC)
tub [e] tube (pipe)
tufan [e] storm (tempest)
tul [e] tool
tulip [e] tulip
tumen [pn] you all
tundra [e] tundra
tunel [e] tunnel
tunel tren [e] subway (metro)
tung [e] hurt (pain)
tunis [e] Tunisia
tur [e] tour (trip)
turisme [e] tourism
turiste [e] tourist
turki [i] Turkish
turkia [e] Turkey
tuzi [e] rabbit (hare)

u

u [conj] or
udas [i] sad
ukrayina [e] Ukraine
ulul [e] howling
ulula [a] howl
uma [e] horse
umur [e] age
un [num] one (1)
una [a] unite
uni [i] united
uni stat de amerika [e] United States of America
unia [e] union
uran [e] Uranus
uranium [e] uranium
urdun [e] Jordan
uruguai [e] Uruguay
usamerika [e] US America
uza [a] use
uzar [e] user

v

viet [e] Vietnam
vodu [e] voodoo
volta [e] volt

w

wa [int] wow! (gee!)
wada [a] promise (commit)
waf [e] dog
waha [e] oasis
wain [e] wine
waksin [e] vaccine
wanila [e] vanilla
war [e] day of the week
war 1 (war un) [e] Monday
war 2 (war du) [e] Tuesday
war 3 (war sam) [e] Wednesday
war 4 (war car) [e] Thursday
war 5 (war lim) [e] Friday
war 6 (war sis) [e] Saturday
war 7 (war set) [e] Sunday
way [e] outside (exterior)
way gojia [e] foreign country
wakila [a] represent
wan [e] bowl (earless cup)
wang [e] yellow
waris [e] heritage (bequest)
wat [e] watt
wax maxin [e] washing machine
waxa [a] wash
weka [a] wake (make awake)
weki [i] awake
wen [e] circle (ring)
werme [e] worm
weste [e] west
westi [i] western
wida [a] look (see)
wide [e] view (vision)
wide maidan [e] visual field (field of vision)
wideo [e] video
wiki [e] wiki
wiman [e] airplane
win [e] win (victory)
wing [e] wing
winil [e] vinyl
wirus [e] virus
wirus lojia [e] virology
wizit [e] visit
wol [a] want (desire)

x

xak [e] doubt (disbelief)
xakal [e] jackal
xal [e] scarf (shawl)
xale [e] cottage (chalet)
xam [e] evening
xam den [e] afternoon
xam salam [fr] Good evening
xam yem [e] dinner
xaman [e] shaman
xamba [e] field (countryside)
xampu [e] shampoo
xan [e] mountain (hill)
xani [e] Saturn
xanti [e] peace (calm)
xaria [e] shari'a
xatan [e] devil (Satan)
xatani [i] devilish (satanic)
xatur [e] chess
xaw [o] few (little)
xaxa [a] rustle
xe [e] thing
xef [e] chief (boss)
xef ministar [e] prime minister
xefi [i] main
xia [e] under (below)
xifu [e] master (sensei)
xigo [e] accident (mishap)
xik [i] elegant (chic)
xim [e] heart
xin [e] belief (faith, creed)
xina [a] believe
xir [e] poem
xirar [e] poet
xirop [e] syrup
xok [e] shock (collision)
xow [e] show
xowa [a] show (display)
xu [e] tree
xula [a] repair (fix)

y

yak [e] yak
yakin [e] certain (sure)
yala [a] hurry (hasten)
yaman [e] Yemen
yang [e] kind (type, style)
yani [conj] that is (in other words, i.e.)
yasen [e] ash tree
ye [pr] he or she or it
yemen [pr] they
yehudi [i] Jew
yem [a] eat
yen [e] eye
yep [e] leaf
yer [o] yesterday
yesu [e] Jesus
yo [pr] some
yo jen [e] someone (somebody)
yo xe [e] something
yod [e] iodine
yoga [e] yoga
yoni [e] vagina
yosai [e] fortress (stronghold)
yumor [e] humor
yungam [i] brave (courageous)
yureka [a] find (discover)

z

zafran [e] saffron
zaitun [e] olive
zalim [i] mean (cruel)
zaman [e] period (age, epoch)
zambia [e] Zambia
zardux [e] Zoroaster
zardux din [e] Zoroastrianism
zay [i] present (existing)
zaye [e] existence (presence)
ze [pr] from (since)
ziba [a] plug (stop with a plug)
zibula [a] unplug (uncork)
zigzag [e] zigzag
zimbabwe [e] Zimbabwe
zine [e] adultery (infidelity)
zink [e] zinc
zira [e] cumin
zizi [e] fly (housefly)
zon [e] belt (zone)
zukam [e] cold (illness)
zulu [e] Zulu
zumrud [e] emerald