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Primitive Elvish Words


suf. “adjectival”
-ā̆ suf. “active verbal suffix”
ā particle. “imperative”
ā̆ prep. “as for, as regards, with reference to”
[ᴹ✶]a-¹ pref.
aba- v. “refuse, forbid”
abar n. “refuser”
abaro n. “refuser”
ab(a)sene- v.
abta v. “refuse, deny, say no”
ad(a) prep. “and, alongside”
[ᴹ✶]adnō n. “gate”
-ai suf. “plural of adjectives”
ai adv. “supposing”
aikwā adj. “steep, tall”
[ᴹ✶]ailin n. “pool, lake”
airē n. “holiness, sanctity”
airō n. “ocean”
[ᴹ✶]aiwē n. “(small) bird”
akkala- v. “to blaze, shine (suddenly and) brilliantly” see añkal-
akla- v. “shine out, flash”
aklara n. “radiance, brilliance, glory”
aklāra adj. “brilliant, glorious”
aklari(n)kwā adj. “full of glory”
[ᴹ✶]akrā adj. “narrow”
aktō n. “artificer”
akwā adv. “fully, completely, altogether, wholly”
[ᴹ✶]al pref.
ala-ā-mene n.
[ᴹ✶]álākō n. “rush, rushing flight, wild wind”
-(a)lē suf. “abstract noun, adverb”
alkwā n. “swan”
am- n. “intensive prefix”
am(a) adv. and conj. “moreover, furthermore, to proceed”
amal n. “mother”
amba ? “more”
[ᴹ✶]amba- adv.
ambar n. “the settlement”
ambō n. “hill”
ambuna adj. “*hilly”
[ᴹ✶]amī̆l n. “mother”
ammat- v. “to devour, eat up”
amtā n.
ān(a) affix. “subjective genitive”
anak adv. “against, opposite”
Anār n. “Sun”
and(ă) adv. and conj. “moreover, to go on further, to say more”
andā adj. “long, far”
[ᴹ✶]andambundā adj. “long-snouted”
angā n. “iron”
[ᴹ✶]añgosse n. “horror”
ankā n. “jaw, row of teeth”
añkal- v. “to blaze, shine (suddenly and) brilliantly”
annā n. “gift”
aññol- n. see oññol-
antā- v. “to present, give”
ap’lata n. “prohibition, refusal”
ap-pata v. “walk behind on a track or path”
ara adj. “beyond, further than”
[ᴹ✶](a)ranı̯ā adj. “free, ?uncontrolling”
aras(sō) n. “hart”
arātā adj. “high, lofty, noble”
árātō n. “lord”
-(a)rē suf. “abstract noun”
[ᴹ✶]arʒā adj. and n. “dread”
arn(a)- pref. “high, noble, royal”
arphō n. “seizer, thief”
artaurē n. “Realm”
arthā ?
as(a) prep. “and”
asa- suf. “*beside”
áse n. “sunlight”
[ᴹ✶]askarā adj. “tearing, hastening”
[ᴹ✶]asmalē n. “yellow bird, ‘yellow hammer’”
[ᴹ✶]asmalindē n. “yellow bird, ‘yellow hammer’”
asmarō n. “*neighbor”
-(a)sta suf.
as’tāră n. “faith, loyalty”
at pref. “once again”
ata suf. “numerative dual ending”
[ᴹ✶]atakwē n. “construction, building”
[ᴹ✶]atalat- v. “slip right down, collapse, fall to ruin”
atar n. “father”
atata num. card. “two”
atatya adj. “double”
athmō n. “good companion”
at-kwet v. “answer”
atta num. card. “two”
[ᴹ✶]atū n. “father”
[ᴹ✶]at-yēn-ar n. “anniversery day”
aþayā n. “beneficial‽”
aþra- n. “to cross (to and fro)”
[ᴹ✶]au adv. “wish or supposition known to be unreal”
au- pref.
(au)be adv. “not so”
aumat- v. “to devour, eat up”
aurĭ- n. “heat, period of sun”
awa- pref. “away”
awā adv. “away”
áwa- v.
ăwă prep. “from”
awā-da adv.
aw(a)delo n.
awādelo n.
aw’tha n. “a dim shape, spectral or vague apparition”
-ayā suf. “continuative present”
áyan n. “holy thing or object or place”
ayanā v. “to hallow, bless, treat as holy”
[ᴹ✶]bad- v. “to judge”
[ᴹ✶]bād- n. “judgement”
bākwet- v. “to refuse, prohibit, say no”
[ᴹ✶]balā adj. and n. “powerful; Power, God”
Balaniā n.
[ᴹ✶]Bale n.
banayā n. “Vanyar”
bani adj. “fair”
banwa adj. see wanwa
banya adj. “beautiful”
Baradā adj. “Varda”
barani adj. “russet, brown”
[ᴹ✶]barasā́ adj. “hot, burning”
barathī n. “queen”
[ᴹ✶]barnā́ adj.
[ᴹ✶]baryā́- v. “to protect”
[ᴹ✶]bátā̆ n. “beaten track, pathway”
bāta- v. “to ban, prohibit, refuse, forbid”
[ᴹ✶]battā́ v. “trample”
prep. “as, like”
[ᴹ✶]belē n. “strength”
[ᴹ✶]berékā adj. “wild”
[ᴹ✶]berō n. “valiant man, warrior”
[ᴹ✶]bérya- v. “to dare”
[ᴹ✶]besnō n. “husband”
[ᴹ✶]bessē n. “wife”
[ᴹ✶]bestā n. “matrimony”
[ᴹ✶]besū n. “husband and wife, married pair”
[ᴹ✶]beu̯rō n. “follower, vassal”
[ᴹ✶]beuyā́- v. “follow, serve”
-b(iy)ē suf. “-ing”
[ᴹ✶]bóron- v.
[ᴹ✶]b’randā adj. “lofty, noble, fine”
[ᴹ✶]b’rás-sē n. “heat”
[ᴹ✶]b’rekta v. “break out suddenly”
[ᴹ✶]b’rethā n. “beech-mast”
[ᴹ✶]b’rittē n. “broken stones, gravel”
[ᴹ✶]b’rōnā adj.
buzbō n. “large fly”
-da suf. “motion to or towards a point, allative suffix”
-dā suf. “product of an action”
[ᴹ✶]daı̯ō n. “shade, shadow cast by any object”
daira adj. “large, great”
dalath n. “deep valley or valley enclosed with woods”
dankĭna n. “slain”
[ᴹ✶]danta- v.
dāra adj. “wise”
[ᴹ✶]dattā n. “hole, pit”
de pron. “you (pl.)”
dē/lē prep. “with”
dede pron. “2nd person dual”
delkā adj. “dense”
delwa adj. “thick (of a single thing)”
delya adj. “lovely, fine, beautiful”
delya- v. “walk, go, proceed, travel”
delya-² v. “?thick, thicken & congeal”
dene adj. “thin and strong, pliant, lithe”
dērā adj. “hard, difficult”
deulē n. “mistake”
[ᴹ✶]dimbā adj. “sad, gloomy”
[ᴹ✶]dimbē n. “gloom, sadness”
dirnā adj. “tough”
[ᴹ✶]doʒmē n.
dōmē n. “night”
[ᴹ✶]dōmēlindē n. “nightingale”
dond(a) n. “fist”
dorno n. “oak”
[ᴹ✶]d’rāk n.
Droban-yon n. “*Wilderland”
duinē n. “(large) river”
dūpā n. “bend, bow, curve”
durnu adj. “dark of hue”
edelā n. “the fair”
edelō n. “one who goes, traveller, migrant, marcher”
ekka n. “hole”
ektā v. “prick with a sharp point, stab”
ektel- v. “to spring out (of water), gush”
[ᴹ✶]ektele n. “spring, issue of water”
(e)kwē̆ adj. “afresh, anew”
ekwē prep. “say, says, said”
ēl n. “star”
el-ā interj. “lo!, look!, see!”
eledā n. “star-folk, of the stars”
elen n. “star”
elenā adj. “connected with or concerning the stars”
elen-barathī n. “star-queen”
elenyā adj. see elenā
elwe pron. “inclusive, we = you and I/me”
en adv. “next, further, again”
eñ- v. “to exist”
ened adj. “middle, center”
enete ?
enkeya num. ord. “6th”
eñna ?
ent adv. “over there”
epe prep. “after of time; after or behind of place”
[ᴹ✶]eredē n. “seed”
erikwā adj. “single, alone”
eryā adj. “isolated, lonely”
et prep. “out (of), forth”
etkat- v. “form, (lit.) out-shape”
et-kelē n. “spring, issue of water”
etkoiru- v. “to come to life”
etkuinu- v. “to awake, wake up”
[ᴹ✶]etkuiwē n. “awakening”
etlendā adj. “exiled”
etlō n. “‘outsider’, stranger”
et-pel n. “outer fence”
etr- v. “open (intransitive)”
[ᴹ✶]etsiri n. “mouth of a river”
ettul- v. “to come out, issue”
ezdē n. “rest”
for- n. “right-hand, north”
gaili n. “ray”
gairā adj. “awful, fearful”
[ᴹ✶]gais- v. “to dread”
*galā- v. “to grow (of plants)”
galadā n. “great plant, tree”
galadarembinā adj. “tree-meshed”
galādu n. “thicket”
galmā n. “flower”
[ᴹ✶]galyā adj. “bright, light”
gampa n. “hook”
gardā n. “region”
[ᴹ✶]gāsa n. “void”
[ᴹ✶]gassā n. “hole, gap”
[ᴹ✶]gattā n. “cavern”
gāyā n. “terror, great fear”
gayakā adj.
gayār n. “sea, the terrifier”
gilyā n. “silver spark”
[ᴹ✶]glā n. “radiance”
g-lada- v. “laugh”
[ᴹ✶](g)laibē n. “ointment”
glawarē n. “sheen of gold”
[ᴹ✶](g)libda n. “soap”
glindā adj.
[ᴹ✶]g-lisi n. “honey”
prep. “from”
[ᴹ✶]golbā n. “branch”
gollo n. “fur, cloak”
gon- n. “a stone”
gondō n. “stone, rock”
[ᴹ✶]gor adj. “vigor”
gōr(i)kubā n. “traitor”
grā n. “dog, bear”
grauku n. “a powerful hostile and terrible creature”
grawa n. “dog”
grottā n. “(large) excavation, underground dwelling”
gwā-ƀandina adj. “met”
gwa-lassiē n. “foliage”
*gwendē n. “maiden, young or small woman, girl”
gwenyā adj. “fair, beautiful”
[ᴹ✶]gyernā adj. “old, worn, decrepit (of things)”
heke adv. “apart, not including”
hekelā n. “a waif or outcast”
heklanā adj. “forsaken”
heklō n. “a waif or outcast”
hektā v. “set aside, cast out, forsake”
hek-wā adv prep. “leaving aside, not counting, excluding, except”
hō¹ adv. “from, coming from, as described by a genitive”
[ᴹ✶]hō² n. “shout”
hōmen ?
hyōba n. “spirit, shadow”
[ᴹ✶]hyōlā n. “trump”
ʒandā adj. “long”
ʒō prep. “from”
ʒorē n. “heart (inner mind)”
-i suf. “aorist suffix”
[ᴹ✶]ī article. “the”
-ī¹ suf. “plural ending”
-ī² suf. “feminine personal ending”
-ı̯ā suf. “present participle”
īb- n. “a cliff, a sheer descent”
[ᴹ✶]īdē n. “heart, desire, wish”
[ᴹ✶]idrē n. “thoughtfulness”
-iel suf. “feminine suffix”
-ikwā suf. “-ful, adjectival suffix”
-il suf. “old tool and weapon names”
[ᴹ✶]ilpirin adj. “immortal”
ilū n. “all, everything, the whole”
-imā suf. “possibility”
imbē n. “deep valley, wide ravine”
imbi prep. “between”
imbĭ prep. “between”
imbi-lătă n.
imde pron. “yourselves”
immā pron. “reflexive”
immō pron. “reflexive”
imte pron. “themselves”
-inā suf. “passive participle”
indō n. “interior reflection or mind, the mind in its purposing faculty, the will; mood, heart”
[ᴹ✶]ing adj. “first”
-i(n)kĭ n. “diminutive suffix”
-(i)ondo suf.
ista- v. “to know”
[ᴹ✶]istāyā adj. “learned”
-ita suf. “general infinitive”
[ᴹ✶]Ithil n.
-iti suf. “habit or special association with the verbal action”
itrā adj. “gleaming”
-ittā suf. “ending in feminine names”
-iyē¹ suf. “perfect suffix”
-iyē² suf. “gerund, -ing”
-kā̆ suf. “adjectival or enlargement”
n. “home, house”
kainu- v. “to lie down”
kaita- v. “to lie, be on the ground”
#kal- v. “to shine, be bright”
kala-kwendī n.
kalánt- ?
[ᴹ✶]kalaryā adj. “brilliant”
kalas- v. “begin to shine, get light”
kalat n. “light”
kalatta n. “a light, lamp”
kalinā adj. “bright”
kalma n. “a light”
[ᴹ✶]kalrō n. “noble man, hero”
[ᴹ✶]kalrondō adj. “hero”
kalta- v. “cause to shine, kindle”
kambā n. “(cupped) hand”
^kamprū n. “*flea”
kānā n. “outcry, clamour”
kanakwe num. card. “*14”
kanatā num. card. “four”
[ᴹ✶]kandā adj. and n. “bold”
*kānē n. “valour”
kānō n. “leader, ruler; crier, herald”
kanta adj. “shape; fashion”
kantaya¹ num. ord. “4th”
[ᴹ✶]kantaya² adj. “shapely”
kar- v. “do, make”
karandi n. “making”
karani adj. “red”
karijendi n. “a process of manufacture”
kārimā adj. “able to be done, feasible”
kas n. “head”
kasd(a) adv. “to the head”
kasma n. “?helm”
kasraya n. “a tressure”
[ᴹ✶]kast adv.
kat- v. “to shape”
katal n. “carving tool”
[ᴹ✶]katwā adj. “shaped, formed”
[ᴹ✶]katwārā adj. “shapely”
kawa n. “shelter, house”
kāwāk n. “frog”
kawāk n. “crow”
KEG n. “snag, barb”
keglē n. “fence or palisade of spikes or sharp stakes”
kegyā n. “hedge”
kel(e)bē n. “deer, hind”
kelebō n. “hart”
kelu- v. “to well up, flow (out swiftly), well forth”
kelumē v.
kelus n. “brook”
kelutā- v. “to cause to spring forth, start (water) flowing, tap”
[ᴹ✶]kēm v. “earth”
keme n. “earth”
kemen n. “earth”
kenásĭta adv. “if it be so, may be, perhaps”
keule n. “*renewal”
keurā adj. “*renewed”
keu̯rānā n. “new-moon”
kēwā adj. “fresh, new, renewed”
khā adv. “far”
khabdā n. “pile, (artificial) mound”
khabnā n. “pile, (artificial) mound”
khadmā n. “seat”
khādo ?
khagdā¹ n. “fence (of stakes), palisade”
khagdā² n. “piled mound, heap”
[ᴹ✶]khaimē n. “custom, habit”
[ᴹ✶]khalnā́ adj. “noble, exalted”
khamu- v. “to sit down”
[ᴹ✶]khaustā n. “rest-ing”
khazd- v.
kherī n. “lady”
kheru- v. “to lord it over, be master of, own”
kherū n. “lord, master”
kherūnī n. “lady”
[ᴹ✶]khīmā adj. “sticky, viscous”
khimīti adj. “clinging, sticking, persistent, chronic”
khĭn- adv. “*here, now”
khīnā n. “child”
[ᴹ✶]khīthi n. “mist, fog”
[ᴹ✶]khithme n. “fog”
[ᴹ✶]khithwa adj.
khō̆ prep. “with, acc[ompanied] by”
khōgo n.
kholjē n. “hen”
khollō̆ n. “cock”
khōm n. “heart”
khomlō adv. “from the heart”
khotta v. “gather hastily together, pile up”
khottă n.
[ᴹ✶]khrassē n. “precipice”
[ᴹ✶]khugan n. “hound”
khyā̆ pron. “other thing”
khyana adj. “other”
khyē̆ pron. “other person”
[ᴹ✶]khyelesē n. “glass”
ki n. “you (imperious/familiar)”
kirissi n. “cleft”
kirtē n. “rune”
kiryā n. and adj. “(small swift sailing) ship; swift (especially of things that pass easily through obstacles)”
kiryaktō n. “shipwright”
kiukā n. “thigh”
[ᴹ✶]k’lā́ n.
koiru- v. “to come to life”
koitā- v. “to bring to life”
[ᴹ✶]kōmā n. “[unglossed]”
[ᴹ✶]kornā adj. “round, globed”
[ᴹ✶]kot-t- n. “quarrel”
?kottō n. “foe”
[ᴹ✶]k’rannā adj. “ruddy (of face)”
[ᴹ✶]k’rikta v. “reap”
[ᴹ✶]-k’to suf. “maker, wright”
[ᴹ✶]kuʒnā n. “bowed, bow-shaped, bent”
kuitā- v. “to waken, rouse”
[ᴹ✶]kukūwā n. “dove”
kuldā¹ adj. “hollow”
[ᴹ✶]kuldā² adj. “red”
kūma n.
kundō n. “prince, leader, lord”
kurwē n. “skill of the hand; power, ability”
-kwā suf. “-ful”
[ᴹ✶]kwantā adj. “full”
kwāra n. “fist”
kwayam num. card. “10”
[ᴹ✶]kwelēnē n.
[ᴹ✶]kwelett- n. “corpse”
kwēn n. “person, one, (some)body”
kwendā n. “assembly of (all the) people”
kwende n. “speaker, elf”
[ᴹ✶]kwǣnē n. “small gull, petrel”
[ᴹ✶]kwentā n. “tale”
kwentrō n. “speaker, reciter, narrator, minstrel”
kwenyā adj. “Elvish”
[ᴹ✶]kwessē n. “feather”
kwet- v.
kwetnā n. “saying, proverb”
[ᴹ✶]kwetta n. “word”
kwinde n. “crest, ridge”
[ᴹ✶]kwingā n. “bow (for shooting)”
kyaw- v. “to taste”
^kyelekā adj. “hasty”
kyelep(ē) n. “silver”
kyulmā n. “mast”
[ᴹ✶]*kyulussē n. “poplar-tree”
-lā suf. “active participle”
[ᴹ✶]la- pref. “no, not”
lā- v. “to not be”
lā̆ prep. and adv. “beyond”
lab- v.
labdē n. “licking up (food or drink)”
labmā n. “*(physical) tongue”
labmē n. “*language”
[ᴹ✶]lāda adj. “flat”
[ᴹ✶]lai- n. “many”
[ᴹ✶]laika adj. “keen, sharp, acute”
laikā adj. “green”
laikwā adj.
lairē n. “*summer”
[ᴹ✶]lakra adj. “swift, rapid”
lamā̆n(a) n. “animal”
[ᴹ✶]#lamanǝ n.
lambā n. “physical tongue”
lambē n. “tongue, language, dialect”
lāmina v.
langa adv.
langō n. “route or connection between to places; neck”
laŋna adv. “athwart”
[ᴹ✶]la(n)sro-ndo v. “hearer, listener, eavesdropper”
lasa adv. “not it = it is/was not so”
lassē n. “leaf”
[ᴹ✶]lassekwelēne n. “leaf-fading”
lauka adj.
lawā n. “growing, blooming”
-lē suf. see -(a)lē
le pron. “you (sg.)”
[ᴹ✶]lebnā adj. “left behind”
ledmē n. “leaving, departure”
lednē n.
ledya- v.
?le(n)dembassē n. “bread taken on leaving home (for a long journey)”
leñwe n.
lepe n. “finger”
lepene n. “five”
lepenya num. ord. “5th”
leper n. “finger”
lepero n. “finger”
lepetā n. “thumb, ‘picker’; finger”
lepethron n.
le tulir v. “come ye!”
lḗ tuli, tuli lḗ, āle tuli! v. “come (you)!, now you, come!”
[ᴹ✶]-lī suf. “partitive”
[ᴹ✶] n.
lĭmbĭ adj. “quick, swift”
limi n. “link”
lindā adj.
linde n. “singer, singing”
[ᴹ✶]*lindē n. “*singing”
[ᴹ✶]*lindō n. “singer”
[ᴹ✶]liñwi n. “fish”
liru- v. “to sing gaily”
[ᴹ✶]lisge n. “reed”
lissĭ- adj.
lisyā adj. “sweet”
litse n. “sand”
n. “lying water”
loga n. “fenland”
logna adj. “soaking wet, swamped”
[ᴹ✶]lokko n. “ringlet”
[ᴹ✶]londē n.
[ᴹ✶]lopō n. “rabbit”
[ᴹ✶]lopōtundu n. “rabbit hole”
lossē n. “snow”
lossĭ adj. “snowy, snow-white”
loth n. “inflorescense, mass of flowers (on one plant)”
lotho/a n. “flower”
lotse n. “flower”
lotta- v. “bloom”
n. “bow, curve”
lubbu n. “a clumsy piece or lump”
lugni adj. “blue”
luʒu n.
luini adj. “blue”
lukma n. “heavy transport wain”
[ᴹ✶]lungā adj. “heavy”
-lwa suf.
-lwe suf.
-lyā suf. “active participle”
-m suf. “ancient plural formation”
-mā suf. “instrumental suffix”
n. “hand”
[ᴹ✶]mad-lī n. “honey-eater”
magiti adj. “handy, skilled; shapely”
[ᴹ✶]magnā adj. “skilled”
magrā adj. “good, useful, proper, fit”
maha n. “hand, the manager”
^mahsē n. “handful”
mahsi n. “handiness”
mahtā- v. “to handle, wield, manage, deal with”
mai adv. “well”
maikā¹ adj. “sharp, penetrating, going deep in”
maikā² n. “blade of a cutting tool or weapon (especially sword-blade)”
mailiki n. “wealth, abundance”
maita- v. “to feed”
māīta ?
makla n. “sword”
[ᴹ✶]maktā- v. “fight”
makwā n. “a hand-full, complete hand with all five fingers”
[ᴹ✶]*malatā n. “gold (as metal)”
mā-limi n. “wrist, (lit.) hand-link”
malnā adj. “yellow, of golden colour”
[ᴹ✶]mālō n. “friend”
malu n.
māmā n. “sheep”
mammata- v. “to gobble up, devour”
[ᴹ✶]manō n. “departed spirit”
manrā adj. “good”
[ᴹ✶]mapā n. “hand”
[ᴹ✶]mardasē adv.
[ᴹ✶]mart adv. “homewards”
maslā ?
masta- v. “feed up, fatten”
mat- v. “to eat”
matnā adj. “eaten”
matulā adj. “edacious”
matwā ?
matyā- v. “to feed”
matˢtimā adj. “edible”
[ᴹ✶]mauy- v. “need (impersonal)”
Māya n.
mazgā adj.
[ᴹ✶]mazgē n. “dough”
mazgō/ŭ n. “sticky substance”
mbā n. “sheep”
[ᴹ✶]mbakhā n. “article (for exchange), ware, thing”
mbandō n. “custody, safekeeping; prison, duress”
#mbar- v. “to dwell”
ṃbar n.
mbar(ă) n. “dwelling, habitation, home”
mbard(a) adv. “home, homeward”
mbardā n.
mbar-ndor n. “home land, native land”
mbartā v. “to define, decree, destine”
ṃbart(ă) n. “fate, doom”
mbassē adj. “(baked) bread”
mbasta adj. “batch”
mbazdā n. “baked or a baked thing”
(m)beleke adj. “mighty; large, great, big”
ṃbono n. “hill, lump, clump, mass”
[ᴹ✶]mbundā adj. “snouted”
[ᴹ✶]mbundu n. “snout, nose; cape [of land]”
me pron. “1st-pl-exclusive pronoun”
mē̆ pron. “2nd person plural exclusive pronoun”
-mē suf. see -(u)mē
meinā adj.
melā- v. “to love”
mēlā̆-mbar n. “beloved dwelling”
meldā adj. “dear, beloved”
*meldō n.
melnā n. “friend”
-mē̆n suf. “instrumental, with (which)”
mēn- n. “a way, a going, a mov[ement]”
menel n. “heaven, sky”
[ᴹ✶]metta n. “end”
prep. “in, within”
mikrā adj. “sharp-pointed”
min num. card. “one”
mīni prep. “between”
min(i)kewē̆ num. card. “eleven, (lit.) fresh one”
[ᴹ✶]minitunda n. “isolated hill, tower”
[ᴹ✶]miniya adj. “single, distinct, unique”
minya num. ord. “first”
mīrĭ adj. and n. “precious, precious thing”
miru̯(a)-wōrĭ n. “precious juice”
-m(iy)ē suf. “-ing”
[ᴹ✶]mizdā adj. “wet”
mizdē n. “drizzle”
n. “person”
moina adj.
mōja- v. “to toil, labour, be afflicted”
mōl n. “slave, thrall”
mori adj. “black”
[ᴹ✶]mǭri n. “blackness, dark, night”
mori-kwendī n.
mornā adj. “dark”
mor(o)kē n. “she-bear”
morokō n. “bear”
-na suf. “to”
-nā suf. “adjective suffix; passive participle”
NA ?
nābā n. “hollow”
naikē n. “she-goat”
najak n. “goat”
najakō n. “he-goat”
[ᴹ✶]nakma n. “jaw”
[ᴹ✶]nakse n. “tooth”
[ᴹ✶]nakt- n. “biting”
ñaldā adj. “gleaming sheen”
nanmen- v. “return”
*nāpa n. “thumb, (lit.) picker”
[ᴹ✶]narāka adj. “rushing, rapid, violent”
nāro n. “fire”
[ᴹ✶]narwā adj. “fiery red”
năta n. “thing”
nathlo n. “guest”
naukā adj. “stunted, shortened, dwarf(ed)”
[ᴹ✶]nau̯þe n. “imagination”
[ᴹ✶]nāyǝ n. “lament”
nazgā n. “bond, fetter”
nazgwē n. “bondage, durance”
ndagwē ?
ndakna adj.
[ᴹ✶]ndākō n. “warrior, soldier”
ndakta- v. “to slay”
ndan- pref. “back-”
ndandō n. “one who goes back on his word or decision”
ndangwetha n. “answer”
ndanmē n. “retreat; ebb, lowtide”
ndē̆r n. “man, bridegroom”
[ᴹ✶]ndeuna adj. “second”
[ᴹ✶]ndeuro n. “follower, successor”
-ndĭ suf.
ndī prep. “beneath, not touch, under”
-ndīl suf.
ndilā- v. “to love, be devoted to”
ndīlī n. “a special concern with or love for”
ndī̆s n. “bride”
-ndo v. “agental suffix”
[ᴹ✶]-ndō suf.
ndorē n. “land”
ndōro n. “land”
[ᴹ✶]ndulla adj. “dark, dusky, obscure”
[ᴹ✶]ndulna adj. “secret”
[ᴹ✶]ndūne n. “west”
ṇdūnē n. “sunset”
-ndūr suf. “attend, tend”
(n)durā adj.
ndūtā- v. “to cause to sink”
ndūya- v. “to descend”
-nē prep. “past tense”
adv. “was; then, ago, before”
nebā prep. “on this (the speaker’s) side”
negdē n. “exudation”
neila num. ord. “3rd”
[ᴹ✶]neinē n. “tear”
[ᴹ✶]neiniel- adj. “tearful”
[ᴹ✶]neiti adj. “moist, dewy”
nektē n. “angle”
nelede num. card. “three”
nelekwe num. card. “*13”
nelkwăya num. card. “13”
nē̆n n. “water”
nendā adj. “wet”
[ᴹ✶]neŋgǝ n. “beak, nose”
[ᴹ✶]nenle n. “brook”
nēr n. “man, a male person”
nerteya num. ord. “9th”
nes- adj. “sweet smelling”
nesī/nese suf. “a person of female nature”
netere num. card. “nine”
nēthā¹ n. “sister”
nēthā² adj. “gay, lively, girlish”
nethē n. “young woman, girl”
[ᴹ✶]nēthē n. “youth”
[ᴹ✶]nethrā adj. “young”
netthi n. “girl approaching the adult, sister (diminutive)”
n(g)ā n. “terror, terrible thing”
[ᴹ✶]ngalámbe n. “barbarous speech”
ñ(g)alatā n. “glory, radiance”
ñgaurijē n. “*she-were-wolf”
ñgawar n. “were-wolf”
ñgillē n. “silver glint”
[ᴹ✶]ñgolda adj. “wise”
ñgōlē n. “Science/Philosophy as a whole”
ñgolodō n. “lore-master, sage”
[ᴹ✶]ngolwina adj. “wise, learned in deep arts”
ñgormē n. “dread, reverence, awe”
ñgornā adj. “dreaded, revered”
ñgothō n. “foe” see ?kottō
ñgur n. “wolf”
ñgurijē n. “she-wolf”
ñgurū n. “death”
[ᴹ✶]ñgwalaraukō n.
ñgwar- v. “fret, wear away”
ñgwaumē n. “wolvish howling”
ñgwaurō n. “wolf (not wild wolves)”
ñgyar- v. “recite”
ni pron. “I, me”
[ᴹ✶] n. “woman”
[ᴹ✶]nībe n. “front, face”
[ᴹ✶]nidwō n. “bolster, cushion”
niktil n. “little [finger]”
nimpĭ adj. “small”
ninkĭ adj. “small”
niñkwi adj. “white, pale”
ninkwiraite adj.
niñkwis- v. “(begin to) grow pale”
ninkwita- v. “grow white, whiten”
niñkwitā- v. “make white, whiten”
nīs n. “woman, female person”
nki pron. “*thou-and-I”
adv. “behind”
[ᴹ✶]ñol- n. “smell”
[ᴹ✶]ñōle n. “odour”
nōrē n. “kindred, race”
nōse n. “race, tribe, people”
[ᴹ✶]not- v. “count”
notmē n. “calculation, a sum”
nōto n. “number in counting, numeral”
n-uĕg suf. “male”
nukotto n. “a stunted or ill-shaped thing (or person)”
nuktā- v. “stunt, prevent from coming to completion, stop short, not allow to continue”
numē-n n. “sunset, west”
[ᴹ✶]nūrā adj. “deep”
[ᴹ✶]nut- v. “tie”
-nwā suf. “passive participle, present (perfect)”
ñwa-lōth n. “inflorescense, mass of flowers (on one plant)”
ñwe pron. “1 pl. inclusive base”
[ᴹ✶]nyadrō n. “rat”
[ᴹ✶]ṇ̃gwā̆le n. “torture”
ṇ̃gyellē n. “small bell”
ṇ̃kwalē n. “torment”
suf. “genitive”
-ō̆ suf. “pronominal suffix”
oio adv. “ever”
[ᴹ✶]oı̯yā adj. “everlasting”
okhor n. “blood”
oklā adj. “bad, wicked”
okma n. “an evil deed”
oktā n. “war, hostility, strife”
olā- v. “to become, come into being, turn into (another state)”
[ᴹ✶]olsa- v. “to dream”
ōma n. “voice”
o-men- v. “move to a common point, meet”
[ᴹ✶]oññol- n. “strong smell”
[ᴹ✶]onrō v.
ontarō n. “begetter”
*ōre adj. “arising”
[ᴹ✶]órku n. “goblin”
or-lā prep. “over”
ornā adj. “uprising, tall”
ornē n. “(straight) tree”
orta- v. “to rise, ascend”
ortā- v. “to raise”
[ᴹ✶]ortur- v. “master, conquer”
orya- v. “to rise”
ostō n. “fortress or stronghold”
otoso num. ord. “seven”
otsoya num. ord. “7th”
otsōyā num. ord. “seventh”
oþlō n. “*stranger, guest”
ówō adv. “together”
palad n. “plain”
palantīră/palantīrā n.
palátā n. “flat of the hand”
palda n. “surface”
palnā adj. “wide, broad”
pal’tā v. “to feel with the hand, stroke”
panda ?
[ᴹ✶]panō n. “plank, fixed board (especially in a floor)”
[ᴹ✶]pantā adj. “open”
paran adj. “bare, bald, naked, unclad”
[ᴹ✶]parkā adj. “dry”
[ᴹ✶]parmā n.
pata n. “track, road; ford”
[ᴹ✶]pathmā n. “level space, sward”
pathnā adj. “smooth”
[ᴹ✶]patnā adj. “wide”
peles n. “fence, enclosure”
peles- v. “fence round”
pelo n. “a bound”
pelola adv prep. “beyond (the boundary)”
peltakse n. “fence of fixed stakes, a ‘pale’”
peñ n. “lip, mouth”
pendā adj. “sloping”
pē̆pe n.
*phairē n. “spirit (general)”
phanā n. “veil, cloud”
phanmā n. “veil, screen”
phantā- v. “to veil, cloak”
phanyā adj. “*veiled, veiling”
pharā- v. “to hunt, pursue” see sparā-
pharalē n. “hunting”
pharne n. “any growing thing or plant”
phawa n.
phawalōkō n. “dragon”
phāy n. “flame, ray of light”
phayā n. “soul, indwelling spirit”
phelgā n. “mine, boring, tunnel, underground dwel[ling]”
[ᴹ✶]phéren n. “beech-tree”
pheryā adj. “quick, ready, prompt”
philinki n. “finch”
phindē n. “a tress”
phini- n. “a single hair”
phinik n.
[ᴹ✶]phoroti adj. “right or north”
phū interj. “excl[amation] of disgust”
phuinē n. “night, deep shadow, nightshade”
n. “small insect”
[ᴹ✶]poikā adj. “clean, pure”
poli n. “meal”
pollō n. “ram”
[ᴹ✶]pori n. “flour, meal” see poli
porokē n. “hen”
poroki n. “fowl”
n. “‽”
-r suf. “plural ending”
r/l-iĕl suf. “female”
ra- suf.
[ᴹ✶]ragnā adj. “crooked”
rai n.
raika adj. “crooked, bent, wrong”
raitē n. “peculiar hue, (special) fashion”
[ᴹ✶]rakmē n. “fathom”
[ᴹ✶]rāmā n. “wing”
[ᴹ✶]rāmalē n. “pinion, great wing (of an eagle)”
[ᴹ✶]rambā n. “wall”
[ᴹ✶]ramna n. “wing (horn), extended point at side”
[ᴹ✶]ramya- v. “fly, sail; wander”
[ᴹ✶]randā n. “cycle, age (100 Valian Years)”
[ᴹ✶]ranku n. “arm”
raph- v.
[ᴹ✶]ratā n. “path, track”
[ᴹ✶]rattā̆ n. “course, river-bed”
raukō n. “demon”
raurō n. “roarer”
rāw n. “lion”
-rē suf. see -(a)rē
n. “single item take out of a (long) series”
reddā n. “sown field, acre”
rekti(e) n. “rescue, saving”
rembinā adj. “meshed, netted, woven”
rēnē n. “remembrance”
rīgā n. “wreath, garland”
rigelle n. “woman crowned”
riknā adj. “*crowned”
[ᴹ✶]rimbā adj. “frequent, numerous”
[ᴹ✶]rimbē n. “crowd, host”
rindi adj. “swift”
riñgā adj.
riñgi adj. “chill”
[ᴹ✶]rinki n. “flourish, quick stroke”
rinsa adj. “cleft, cloven, separate”
rinse n. “?ravine”
[ᴹ✶]risse- n. “a ravine”
[ᴹ✶]rista- v. “cut”
-ro suf. “an old agental formation”
roban n. “wilderness”
[ᴹ✶]rǭda n. “cave”
rokkē n. “mare”
rokkō n. “horse, swift horse for riding”
rokokwēn n. “horseman, rider”
rondō n. “vaulted roof or chamber; cave; †heavens”
roññā- v. “to hasten”
roño adv. “soon, anon”
[ᴹ✶]ronyō n. “‘chaser’, hound of chase”
rossē n. “dew, spray (of fall or fountain)”
[ᴹ✶]rundā n. “rough piece of wood”
*runya n. “spoor, track, footprint”
russā adj. “red-haired, copper-coloured”
-s suf. “inceptive (verbal suffix)”
sa pron. “he, she, it”
[ᴹ✶]sagmā n. “poison”
sagrā adj.
san- n. “that”
sanā n.
*sanwē n. “an act of thinking, a thought”
sapnā n. “delved hole, pit”
sará ?
[ᴹ✶]sarnā n. “of stone”
sarniye n. “shingle, pebble bank”
satarŏ n. “trusty follower, loyal companion”
satrā adj. “steadfast, trusty, loyal”
satya- v. “set aside”
sawā n. “filth”
se pron. “he, she, it”
prep. “at”
sedu- v. “to go to rest”
-se-sē̆ suf. “3rd sg reflexive”
sē tuli, tuli sḗ, āse tuli! v. “let him come! etc.”
adv. “this (by me), now or here”
[ᴹ✶]sī̆/sē̆ pron. “she”
sidā̆ adv. “hither”
silimā adj. “crystal (white); silver, shining white”
[ᴹ✶]silimē n. “light of Silpion, †silver”
silki n. “sheen”
sĭnā adj. “this”
sinkitamo n.
siru- v.
sīru n. “stream”
sirya- v. “to flow (smoothly)”
sisilla- v. “to twinkle, glisten”
skā n. “‽”
[ᴹ✶]skala n. “fish”
skalā n. “a cast shadow”
[ᴹ✶]skalatirnō̆ n. “fish watcher”
[ᴹ✶]skalnā adj. “veiled, hidden, shadowed, shady”
[ᴹ✶]skarnā adj. “wounded”
[ᴹ✶]skarwē n. “wound”
[ᴹ✶]skelmā n. “skin, fell”
[ᴹ✶]skelnā adj. “naked”
[ᴹ✶]skelta- v. “strip”
skorā- v. “to look out for, watch for, await”
skū n. “‽”
[ᴹ✶]skyapat- n. “shoe”
[ᴹ✶]slaiwā adj. “sick, sickly, ill”
slas n. “ear”
[ᴹ✶]^sligā n. “fine thread, spider filament”
[ᴹ✶]slindā adj.
[ᴹ✶]slindi adj. “fine, delicate”
[ᴹ✶]sliñgē n. “spider, spider’s web, cobweb”
[ᴹ✶]^slinyā adj. “lean, thin, meagre”
[ᴹ✶]slīwē n. “sickness”
(s)lōkō n. “reptile, snake, worm”
slowā n.
[ᴹ✶]smāgā n. “soil, stain”
[ᴹ✶]smagla n. and adj. “stain; stained”
smalu n. “dust, grit; pollen, yellow powder”
[ᴹ✶]smalwā adj. “fallow, pale”
sminu adj. “slim”
snagdē n. “a wounding, a wound”
-sñe suf. “dual 1st person b (exclusive)”
soglā ?
[ᴹ✶]solos n. “surf”
spanā n. “a thing that veiled, a veil”
[ᴹ✶]spangā n. “beard”
sparā- v. “to hunt, pursue”
spindē n. “tress, braid of hair”
spindilā n. “head of hair”
[ᴹ✶]spinē n. “larch”
spini- n. “thin thread”
[ᴹ✶]srāba adj. “wild, untamed”
srāban n. “wild beast”
*Srāban-yānā n. “Wilderland”
srawā n. “body”
srāwe n. “*flesh”
-ssē/-ssā suf.
-(s)tā suf.
-stā suf. “collective suffix”
[ᴹ✶]stabnē n. “wooden post”
[ᴹ✶]stabnō n. “carpenter, wright, builder”
[ᴹ✶]stabrō n. “carpenter, wright, builder”
[ᴹ✶]stalga adj. “stalwart, steady, firm”
[ᴹ✶]stalgondō n. “hero, dauntless man”
[ᴹ✶]stalrā adj. “steep, falling steeply (of river)”
stama- v. “bar, exclude”
[ᴹ✶]stambē n. “room, chamber”
[ᴹ✶]stankā n. “cleft, split”
[ᴹ✶]starāna adj. “stiff, hard”
steglō ?
stenna adj. “short”
stīrē n. “face”
stŏna- n. “pine”
stuknā ?
[ᴹ✶]sū̆/sō̆ pron. “he”
[ᴹ✶]suglu n. “goblet”
[ᴹ✶]sukmā n. “drinking-vessel”
sūli n. “wind”
sūri n. “wind”
[ᴹ✶]swanda n. “sponge, fungus”
[ᴹ✶]swesta- v. “to puff”
-syā suf. “his, her, its”
[ᴹ✶]syadā n.
syadnā adj. “compressed”
[ᴹ✶]syadsē n. “cleft, gash”
[ᴹ✶]syadta n. “axe-stroke”
[ᴹ✶]syalmā n. “shell, conch, horn of Ulmo”
syandā n. “pressed mass, crowd”
[ᴹ✶]syandō n. “cleaver, sword, hewer”
[ᴹ✶]*syatsela n. “axe”
-t¹ suf. “dual ending”
-t² suf. “definite article”
-ta suf. “noun suffix, single product of an action”
-tā suf. “verb suffix (transitive), causative”
-tă suf. “verb suffix (intransitive)”
ta conj. “that, then”
tad(a) adv. “thither, thereto, to that”
tagra adj.
[ᴹ✶]taʒna n. “height, summit of high mountain”
taika n. “boundary, limit, boundary line”
[ᴹ✶]taikā adj. “steep, tall, deep”
[ᴹ✶]tainā adj. “long”
takala n. “post, mark”
[ᴹ✶]takmā n. “thing for fixing”
[ᴹ✶]taksē n. “nail, pin”
tāl n. “foot”
talam n. “floor; flat space, platform”
talat- v. “slip (down), collapse, fall in ruin”
tald(a) adv. “to the foot”
[ᴹ✶]talkō n. “craftsmen, wright”
talma n.
talmā n. “base”
[ᴹ✶]talrunya n. “sole of foot”
[ᴹ✶]talt adv. “downwards”
taltā adj. “tottering, unsteady”
taltas- v. “begin to slip down”
tal’ti- v.
taman- n. “a thing made by handicraft”
[ᴹ✶]tambā́- v. “to knock”
tamō n. “craftsman, smith”
[ᴹ✶]tamrō n. “woodpecker, knocker”
[ᴹ✶]tāna adj. “*high”
tandā n.
tañkā adj. “firm, fixed”
tañkas- v. “become firm, settle down”
tankātā- v. “to make firm, fix”
tañkatā- v. “to make firm, fix, confirm”
tankla n. “brooch, clasp, fastener, pin”
tanma n. “sign, token”
[ᴹ✶]tān-niq n.
tāra adj. “high”
[ᴹ✶]targā adj. “tough, stiff”
tārī n. “queen, (lit.) she that is high”
[ᴹ✶]tār(ō) n. “king”
tassā n.
tatakwe num. card. “*12”
tatalat- v. “totter, keep on slipping”
tathărĭ n.
[ᴹ✶]tau̯rā adj. “masterful, mighty”
taurē n. “forest”
[ᴹ✶]tawar n. “wood (material)”
[ᴹ✶]táwārē̆ n. “dryad, spirit of woods (f.)”
[ᴹ✶]táwārō̆ n. “dryad, spirit of woods (m.)”
tawĭnā adj. “wood”
te pron. “they”
tegē n. “line, road”
tegmā n. “direct[ion], process”
[ᴹ✶]tekla n. “pen”
tekma n. “pen”
tekmā n. “letter”
tekmē n. “writing, grammar”
teknā n. “a letter (epistola)”
tekta v.
tektā n. “sign, symbol, mark”
teler- n. “Teleri”
teleryā n. “of the Teleri”
[ᴹ✶]télesā n. “rear”
telet- v. “to stop (up)”
[ᴹ✶]telmē̆ n. “hood, covering”
telu- v. “cover over, roof in”
[ᴹ✶]telumē n. “vault, heaven”
[ᴹ✶]telumēhtǝ n. “canopy”
teñwā n. “letter, sign, token”
teñwe n. “sign, token, indication”
[ᴹ✶]tēra adj. “straight, right”
[ᴹ✶]terēn(ē) adj. “slender”
[ᴹ✶]terēwā adj. “piercing, keen”
[ᴹ✶]ters- n. “fine pierced hole”
teswā ? “(?chip)”
-te-tē̆ suf. “3rd pl reflexive”
tete pron. “3rd person dual”
thā adv. “then, next”
thakta- n. “pressure or force (to do something against one’s will or conscience)”
thandā n. “shield”
[ᴹ✶]^thangā n. “throng, crowd, press”
thara¹ prep. “across, over, (properly) athwart”
thara² adj. “tall (or long) and slender”
thara-pata n. “crossway”
[ᴹ✶]tháurēnā adj. “fenced”
[ᴹ✶]thausā adj. “foul, evil-smelling, putrid”
[ᴹ✶]#theles n. “sister”
[ᴹ✶]thērē n. “look, face, expression, countenance”
thillu- v. “to shine out, appear (of stars, etc.)”
thindā adj. “grey”
thindi adj. “grey”
thini adj. “grey” see thindi
thorono n. “eagle”
thowō adj.
thū́lē n. “blowing forth”
thūsē n. “horrible darkness, black mist”
tilte n. “peak”
tini n. “spark”
[ᴹ✶]tinmē n. “spark, glint”
tirlā adj. “looking”
*tirnō̆ n. “watcher”
tithilla- v. “to twinkle, glisten”
[ᴹ✶]tiu̯kā adj. “thick, fat”
[ᴹ✶]tiukō n. see kiukā
tolbā n. “a protuberance”
tollă n. “island”
toltoya num. ord. “8th”
tolu- v. “to stand up”
tolya adj. “prominent”
[ᴹ✶]tōp- v. “roof”
[ᴹ✶]torōmā n. “[unglossed]”
towo n. “wool”
[ᴹ✶] adj. “strength”
[ᴹ✶]tubnā adj. “deep”
[ᴹ✶]tūgu n. “muscle, sinew; vigour, physical strength”
[ᴹ✶]tuı̯ v. “grow fat, swell?”
[ᴹ✶]tuilē n. “spring (time)”
[ᴹ✶]tuilelindō n. “spring-singer, swallow”
tuilu- v. “to open (of buds, flowers)”
[ᴹ✶]tuimā n. “a sprout, bud”
tul- v.
tulku n. “prop, support”
tultā- v. “to make come, fetch, send (from point of view of receiver)”
[ᴹ✶]tulukmē n. “support, prop”
tulyā- v. “to cause to come, send for, fetch, summon”
[ᴹ✶]tumbu n. “deep valley under or among hills”
[ᴹ✶]tundā adj. “tall”
[ᴹ✶]tundu n. “hill, mound; hole”
[ᴹ✶]tungā adj. “taut, tight; resonant (of strings)”
[ᴹ✶]tupsē n. “thatch”
[ᴹ✶]tūrē n. “mastery, victory”
[ᴹ✶]tūrō suf. “master, victor, lord”
turū n. “Great Lord or King”
turuk n. “stake”
[ᴹ✶]turumā́ n. “shield”
[ᴹ✶]turúmbē n. “shield”
turunka n. “great stake”
[ᴹ✶]tussā n. “bush”
[ᴹ✶]tyalañgando n. “harp-player, harper”
[ᴹ✶]tyalı̯ā- v. “to play”
þahta v.
suf. “dual ending for pairs”
ū interj. “primitive negative interjection”
-ua suf. “possessive”
-ubā suf.
uba- v. “to ponder, have in mind; to impend, be imminent, approach, draw near”
[ᴹ✶]ū́banō n. “monster”
ubmē n. “imminence/threat”
[ᴹ✶]ubrā adj. “abundant”
ugrā adj. “nasty”
ugu- v.
uklā adj. “gloom, gloomy”
[ᴹ✶]uklaina adj. “wicked”
ul- v. “to pour”
-ū̆lā suf. “likelihood or aptitude”
[ᴹ✶]ulda n. “torrent, mountain stream”
[ᴹ✶]ulgundō n. “monster, deformed and hideous creature”
ulka adj.
[ᴹ✶]ulyā v. “it is raining”
[ᴹ✶]ūmanā adj. “wicked”
-(u)mē suf. “denoting a (single) action”
[ᴹ✶]uñgwē n. “gloom”
ūopa adj. “dumb”
ūr n. “a fire (on hearth)”
urkā adj. “horrible”
urku/urkō n. “orc”
us(u)kwē n. “reek”
-vā suf. “possessive, adjectival”
[ᴹ✶]vaia n. “sea”
[ᴹ✶]vaianer n. “sailor”
verī n. “wife”
verū n. “husband”
wa- pref.
wā- pref. “together”
wādelo n.
wagme v. “*blow”
[ᴹ✶]wahsē n. “stain”
[ᴹ✶]wahtā- v. “to soil, stain”
[ᴹ✶]wahtē n. “a stain”
[ᴹ✶]waʒrā adj. “soiled, dirty”
waile n.
waiwa(y) n.
walka adj. “fierce, ferocious”
walna adj. “excited, wild”
wanjā adj. “fair”
[ᴹ✶]wannā adj. “departed, dead”
[ᴹ✶]wa-nōrō n. “one of kin”
[ᴹ✶]wanta- v. “depart, die”
wanwa adj. “gone, taken away, lost, departed”
[ᴹ✶]wanwē n. “death”
wanya adj. “fair-haired (yellow to golden)”
wath n. “shadow”
wāwā v. “*blow”
wāya v. “blow”
[ᴹ✶]wāyā n. “envelope”
-wē suf. “person; male suffix”
we pron. “we, us (inclusive)”
wē̆ prep. “2nd person plural inclusive pronoun”
[ᴹ✶]wedā n. “bond”
[ᴹ✶]wǣdē n. “bond, troth, compact, oath”
[ᴹ✶]wed-tā n vb. “contract”
wegō suf. “a person of male nature (and fëa); ruler”
wegō(n) n. “living creature”
weg-tē n. “activity, occupation”
[ᴹ✶]wegtē n. “manhood”
[ᴹ✶]weʒē n. “manhood, vigour”
[ᴹ✶]wen- n. “girl”
[ᴹ✶]wilwā n. “air, lower air”
[ᴹ✶]*wingē n. “foam, crest of wave, crest”
wĭnĭ n. “child not yet full grown”
pref. “together”
wonā adj. “male”
wōri n. “juice (esp. of fruit)”
wwe pron.
-ya suf. “adjectival suffix”
-yā suf. “causative”
-yă suf. “formative”
yagā n.
[ᴹ✶]yagwē n. “ravine, cleft, gulf”
[ᴹ✶]yakta n. “neck”
yānā adj. “wide, large, extensive”
yandē n. “a wide region or country”
[ᴹ✶]yantā n. “yoke”
yarr- n. “dog”
yat adv. “away back; ago”
[ᴹ✶]yatmā n.
-yē suf. “abstract noun, adverb”
[ᴹ✶] adv. “at”
yenā adj. “female”
[ᴹ✶]yend n. “daughter”
[ᴹ✶]yenpanta adj. “aged, long-lived”
[ᴹ✶]yen-rinde n. “year”
adv.
yondō n. “son, boy”
conj. “both”
yuldā n. “what is drunk, a draught”
yulmā n. “drinking-vessel”
yulmē n. “drinking, carousal”
*yulnā adj. “drunk”
yūnekē num. card. “twelve, 2 sixes”
yuyuŋal n. “twilight”