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Last updated February 23, 2015

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  • A ltr (mus.) A (aut La); A major A majora; A minor A minora; A-flat (A♭) A bemola; A-sharp (A♯) A diesa; A-shirt athleti-camisio || art (a single but unspecified person or thing) on; an apple on pomo; he's looking for a secretary ili cercan on secretario; (an unspecified member or quantity of a unique, mass, or compound noun) on; a Mr. Smith came to see you on S-ro Smith venin por vider vi; you’re no better than a Hitler vi es nulo pluse cam on Hitler; (certain, known but not specified) a certain relative of yours stopped by cuida vua parento vísitin; (in apposition) Lou Harrison, a composer, wrote that... Lou Harrison, on composisto, scribin che...; (per) -e; po; beer for €10 a liter biro por 10 € litre/po litro; (with negatives) sine; without a doubt sine dúbito; (with units of measurement) half an hour una duava horo
  • a fortiori adv pro plu forta motivo
  • à la prep (in the manner of) -esche; ímite je; stile di; à la Milan Milanesche; stile di Milano; à la carte menutasche; à la mode (in fashion) modasche; secuno la modo; (with ice cream) cun glaço
  • a posteriori adj aposteriorisca || adv aposteriore
  • a priori adj apriorisca || adv apriore
  • A.D. adv (anno domini) A.D.
  • a.m. adv (ante meridiem) a.m. (ante meridio); matine
  • aardvark n oricteropo
  • aback adv détree; taken aback súbite confusifita; súbite consternita; súbite surprisita
  • abacus n ábaco
  • abaft prep detre || adv ad détree; détree
  • abandon vt abandoner || n abandonment abandonezo; abandono || adj abandoned (morally) debauçhanta; debauçhema; deshonoranda; despudorosa; sine éthico
  • abase vt (humiliate) humilifer; (lower) abaser; (morally) abaser; corupter; desnobilifer || n abasement (act) abaso; humilifo; (state) abasititio; humilifeditio
  • abash vt verecundifer || adj abashed verecundanta
  • abate vt debilifer; diminutioner; (fin.) rebaser || vi debilecer; diminutionezer
  • abattoir n mactayo; macterío
  • abbatial adj (of persons) abatisca; (of place) abatayisca
  • abbess n abatiso
  • abbey n abatayo
  • abbot n abato; abbotship abatitio
  • abbreviate vt curtifer; (words, books, etc.) abrevier || n abbreviated abreviita; abbreviation abreviatco; curtifatco; (act) abrevio; curtifo
  • abdicate vt abdicher || n abdication ábdico
  • abdomen n abdómino || adj abdominal abdominisca
  • abduct vt rapter; (anat.) abducter || n abduction abducto; rapto
  • abed adv en lecto
  • aberration n (sci.) aber(atc)o || adj aberrant aberanta; anómala; to be aberrant aberer
  • abet vt adjuter; coragizer; eser compliça ad; inciter; sustiner || n abettor compliço; incitanto
  • abeyance n ajurnezo; (temporaria) suspendezo; in abeyance neusata; to fall into abeyance cesationer temporarie; facer temporarie; obsoletecer; user temporarie
  • abhor vt abominer; desapreti(az)er; odiazer || n abhorrence (act) abómino; (state) abominititio || adj abhorrent abominanda; odianda
  • abide vi logejer (apud); resider (en); rester (en); abide by (a decision) rester fidela ad; tener ad; abide by (the laws) conformifer si ad || vt (tolerate) tolerer || adj abiding constanta; permananta
  • abject adj mísera; (devoid of dignity or hope) abjecta
  • abjure vt abjurer
  • ablate vt (surg.) ablationer || n ablative ablativo
  • ablaze adj ardoranta; flamosa; focosa
  • able adj capábila; (skillful) hábila; as one is able secuno sua meano; secuno sua poto; to able to hold capaça; to be able to poter; saper; able-bodied robusta; sana || adv ably hábile || n ability (power) capabilitio; poto; (skill) habilitio; talento || afx -able -ébila
  • ablegate n (eccl.) ablegato
  • abloom adj florosa
  • ablution n (relig., med.) ablutiono; (washing) lavo || vt ablutioner
  • abnegate vt abnegher
  • abnegation n abnego
  • abnormal adj anómala; nenormisca || n abnormality anomalitio; anómalo; nenormatco; nenormitio
  • aboard adv (ad)en la navo; to go aboard, alongside aborder
  • abode n lojo; residayo; (permanent) habitayo
  • abolish vt aboler || n abolition abolo; abolitionism abolismo; abolitionist abolismano
  • abominate vt abominer || n abomination abominando || adj abominable abominanda || adv abominably abominande
  • aborigine n (native of country) indígeno; (original inhabitant) aborígino || adj aboriginal aborígina; indígena
  • abort vt (cause to abort) abortifer; (have an abortion) obtiner abortifo || vi (have a miscarriage) aborter || n abortion aborto; (aborted child or thing) abortito || adj abortive abortema
  • abound vi abunder || adj abounding abundanta
  • about prep (close by) juxte; proxim; until I’ve got my dowry safe about me, I’m no married woman usche mi habun mea doto secura proxim mi, mi es nula marititiso; (concerning) sopre; (on one’s person) sur; (surrounding) circum; ever since I was a little girl, I dreamed of having my own things about me dex che mi esin on parva pueriso, mi somnian sopre haber mea propriatcos circum mi; (time, quantity) circum; to be about to eser -unta || adv (almost) presche; (place, time, quantity) círcume; (somewhere in) alicube en; (space, time) próxime; to come about eventer; to go about (begin) cominitier; -ecer; to turn about (around another body) girer; (on a connected axis) rotationer
  • above prep (higher than) super; above a hundred plu-multo cam cento; above board aperte; franchesa; neabscondata; above ground sur la tero; (in preference to) above all principale; supertote; (on) sur; (too good for) conduct above reproach comporto nereproçhébila; she is above doing that eli es necapábila acter tale || adj (higher) súpera; (on) sura; (top) supra || adv (beyond) over and above pluse; ultre; (higher) súpere; above named súpere nominijita; above quoted ante-citita; above said súpere dicita; to appeal to the court above apeler ad la plu súpera tribunalo; to be above supereser; to rise above supervader; (top) supre
  • abrade vt abraser
  • abreast adv látere; látero an látero; sur frontalisca líneo || adj to keep abreast of tener si uschenuna sopre
  • abridge vt abrevifer; curtifer
  • abroad adv (in another country) exterpaese; to live abroad viver álter-paese; viver exter-paese; (dated: out of doors) éxtere; to walk abroad ecvader; promener exter (la lojo, etc.)
  • abrogate vt abrogher
  • abrupt adj abrupta
  • abscess n abceso
  • abscind vt desecher
  • abscise vt desecher
  • abscissa n (math) abciso
  • abscond vi absconder si; desaparer; fuger (súbite et secrete) || n absconder fujanto; (jur.) contumaço; (thief) sustractinto (fujanta)
  • absent adj absenta; neasistanta; absent on leave absenta per congedo; (lacking) mancanta; absent-minded distractezema; neatentionema || n absence absentitio; (lack) manco; (lack due to indigence) índijo; (of mind) (mentisca) distracto; neatentiono; to give leave of absence congeder; absentee absento; absent-mindedness distractezemitio || vt to absent oneself absentecer
  • absinthe n (liqueur) absinthii-licuoro; (wormwood) absinthio
  • absolute adj absoluta; (fig.) completa; perfecta; positiva; vera || adv absolutely absolute || n absoluto; absolutism absolutismo; absolutist absolutisto
  • absolution n absolvo
  • absolve vt absolver
  • absorb vt (engross) absorber; (physical sense) absorber || n absorption absorbo || adj absorbent absorbiva
  • abstain vi abstiner; (practice abstinence) abstinentier || n abstention abstino; abstinence abstinentio
  • abstemious adj abstinema
  • abstention n abstino
  • abstinence n abstinentio
  • abstract adj abstracta; abstractifita || n (summary) resumo; abstraction abstracto || vt (epitomize) epitomifer; (in thought) abstractifer; (steal) furter; [by fraud] sustracter
  • abstruse adj abstrusa
  • absurd adj absurda || n absurdity absurditio
  • abulia n abulio
  • abundance n abundo
  • abundant adj abundanta
  • abuse vt (insult) insulter; (mistreat) maltracter; (misuse) misuser; (use to excess) nimuser || n (insult) insulto; (misuse) misuso || adj abusive insultanta; misusema
  • abut vi cunfinezer cun; tocher
  • abutment n contraforto
  • abyss n abismo || adj abysmal abismesca; abyssal abismisca || adv abysmally abismesche
  • Abyssinia n (hist.) Abisinia; Abyssinian Abisino
  • acacia n (bot.: Acacia) acacio
  • academy n (society) academio || adj academic academiisca; (theoretical) theoriisca
  • Acadie n (hist.) Acadia; Acadian Acadiano
  • acanthus n (bot.: Acanthus) acantho
  • acarid n ácaro
  • accede vi to accede to consenser; (position) enoficiecer
  • accelerate vt accelerer || n acceleration accélero; accelerator (auto) accelericlo
  • accent n (manner of speaking) pronuntio; (stress of voice) accento; (written) diacrítico || vt accentuate (emphasize) emfaser; (place accent marks over) diacritichizer; (stress a syllable) accentizer
  • accept vt accepter || n acceptation (accepting) accepto; (meaning) signífico
  • access n acceso; admiso; to have access haber acceso; yure acceser; (med.) morbisca ataco || vt acceser
  • accession n (access) acceso; (addition) adjunto; augmento; (assent) asenso; consenso; (to a position) enoficieço; enthroneço
  • accessory adj (aiding) adjutanta; adjutiva; (subsidiary) accesoria; accessory to (jur.) compliça ad || n (jur.) compliço; (subsidiary) accesorio
  • accident n (bad luck) desfortunatco; mala sorto; (chance occurrence) fortúito; (mishap) accidento || adj accidental accidenta; (by chance) fortúita; (incidental) incidenta; (unintended) neintentita
  • acclaim vt aclamer || n acclamation aclamo
  • acclimate vt aclimater
  • accommodate vt (adapt) acomoder; adapter si (ad); (aquiesce) cesioner (ad); (give) dationer; (help) adjuter; (host) hospiter; (lodge) logizer; (oblige) complacer; (provide) proviser || n accommodation complaçatco; loj(iz)o || adj accommodating (obliging) complacema; easily accommodated complacezema
  • accompany vt acompanier || n accompaniment acompanio
  • accomplice n compliço; cunculpero
  • accomplish vt (finish) completifer; (par-)finer; (fulfill) completioner; (perform) efectifer; executer; facer; realifer; (reach, as a goal) atinger || n accomplishment (achievement) atinjo; (attainment) atinjo; (excellence of manners, mind) societisca artos; talento; (execution) efecto; (exploit) prodatco; (fulfilment) exécuto; realifo || adj accomplished (expert) experta; hábila; (finished) (par)finita; tote finita; (having many accomplishments) mult-artífera; talentosa
  • accord vt (give, award) conferer; dationer || vi (agree) concorder; (of sounds) acorder || n of one's own accord spontánee; voluntarie; to be in accord interacorder; interconcorder; with one accord interconsense; unánime || adv according to conforma ad; secuno; accordingly conforme; consecue; dunche; tale
  • accordion n acordiono
  • accost vt acoster
  • accouchement n (archaic: obstetrics) obstétrico; parturifo; (archaic: parturition) parturo
  • account n (benefit) to turn to good account abantajizer si; profiter (per); (bill, bookkeeping, banking) conto; [invoice] facturo; [statement of receipts and expenditures] standatco; account book conti-libro; bank account banchi-conto; checking account çhechi-conto; current account curanta conto; joint account comuna conto; old account vétera conto; outstanding account nesaldita conto; overdrawn account eccesita conto; savings account sparnii-conto; statement of account standatco di conto; to close an account licuidifer conto; to enter in one's account debitifer (sumo) en sua conto; debitizer sua conto (ye sumo); enscriber (sumo) en conto di álicu; to make up an account calculer conto; to open an account aperer conto; to pay on account conte pagher; to settle accounts with (get revenge) salder conto cun; to settle one's account salder conto; account-holder contígero; (computation) cálculo; (consideration) consídero; on account of pro (che); on no account tote ne; on your account pro éstimo por vi; to take into account considerer anche; encalculer; (counting) conto; enúmero; (explanation) éxplico; to call to account demander éxplico; exiger éxplico; (importance) importo; of no account neconsideranda; sine valoro; (report) descripto; historio; raconto; by all accounts secuno omna racontos; accountability responsivitio; accountancy contío; accountant contisto || vt (count) conter; (estimate) evaluter; judicher; (reckon) calculer || vi to account for explicher; justificher; (be responsible for) responser sopre || adj accountable (explicable) explichébila; (responsible) responsiva
  • accoutre vt (arm) armizer; (clothe) vestizer; (equip) ecuiper || n accoutrements accesorios
  • accredit vt acrediter
  • accrete vt acrecer
  • accrue vt acumuler || vi acumulezer
  • accumulate vt acumuler || n accumulation acumulatco; accumulator acumulator
  • accurate adj corecta; (strictly correct in all details) exacta; (strictly defined or determined) precisa
  • accursed adj damnationita; maledictita; (despicable) abominanda; malaza; odianda
  • accuse vt acuser || n accusation acuso; accusative (gram.) acusativo; accused (jur.) acusito
  • accustom vt custumifer || adj to be accustomed custumer
  • ace n aso; ace of diamonds diamant-aso
  • acephalous adj sine cápito
  • acerbic adj acerba || n acerbity acerbitio
  • acetic acid n acético
  • acetone n acetono
  • acetylene n acetileno
  • Achaia n Acaya; Achaian Acayano
  • ache n doloro || vi dolorer; my head aches mea cápito doloran
  • achieve vt (attain) atinger; (fulfill) plenifer; (gain) ganier; obtiner || n achievement (attainment) atinjo; (deed) facedo; (feat) prodatco; (fulfillment) plenifo; (success) succeso; (victory) vinço
  • achromatic adj acromática
  • acid n ácido; acidimeter acidímetro || vt acidify acidifer || adj ácida
  • acknowledge vt (recognize) agnocer; (admit) [claim, truth] agnocer; [crime] confeser; (attest) atester; acknowledge the receipt of atester la recepto je; (greet) saluter; [reply to] responder || n acknowledgment of debt certifatco je debitiono
  • acme n (apogee) apogeo; (climax) clímaço; (culmination) cúlmino; (geom.) sumitato; (perfection) perfectitio
  • acne n acno
  • acolyte n acólitho
  • aconite n acónito
  • acorn n glano
  • acoustic adj acustichisca || adv acoustically acustichische || n acoustics acústico
  • acquaint vt cognocifer; (advise) adviser; (inform) informer || n acquaintance (act) cognoço; (person) cognoçato || adj to be acquainted with cognocer
  • acquiesce vi (agree) consenser; (unwillingly) submiser si
  • acquire vt acuisiter
  • acquisition n acuisitito
  • acquit vt (jur.) absolver; desculpizer; to acquit oneself (conduct oneself) comporter; to acquit oneself of (a commission) executer; (a debt) cuitifer; pagher; (a duty) satisfacer; (conscience) descarichizer
  • acrid adj acra
  • acrimony n acritio || adj acrimonious acra
  • acrobat n acróbato || adj acrobatic acrobatisca
  • acromion n (anat.) acromio
  • acronym n acrónimo
  • acropolis n acrópolo
  • across prep (on or to the other side of) trans; (through) tra; to come across (encounter) incontrer || vt to go across transvader || adj (on the other side of) transa || adv (crosswise) transverse; (on the other side of) transe; (through) trae
  • acrostic n acróstico
  • acroterion n (archit.) acroterio
  • acrylic adj acrílica
  • act vi (do something) acter; (be efficacious) efectefer; (behave) comporter; (perform function) funtioner || vt (feign) finger; (play a part) actorejer; rolijer; (simulate) simuler || n (gen., theat; law) acto; acting (pretending) finjado; simulado; (theat.) actorejío; rolijado; action (battle) batalio; combato; (deed) acto; faço; (effect) efecto; (functioning) funtionado; (lawsuit) proceso; to bring action against proceser; (repetitive, prolonged) -ad-; activity actado; actor (gen.) actanto; (theat.) actoro || adj acting (actual) facta; (temporary) supletanta; actionable procesébila; active actema; activa; (agile) ágila; (alert) alerta; (opposed to passive) activa; active voice activo
  • actinic adj actínica
  • actinium n (chem.: Ac) actinio
  • activate vt activifer
  • actual adj (current) actuala; (exact) what were her actual words? cua esin eluya exacta vocábulos?; (proper) the actual event starts at noon la evento ipsa cominitian an meridio; (real) facta; reala; vera; actual size reala granditio; based on actual events basamentizita per reala eventos; in actual fact reale; let’s take an actual case nos prendes on concreta caso; (very) the actual weapon that was used la metípsima armo usita || adv actually facte; reale; vere; ya || n actuality (quality) actualitio; factitio; realitio; veritio; (thing) actualatco; factatco; realatco; veratco || vt actualize realifer
  • actuary n actuario
  • actuate vt (a machine) funtionifer; (motivate) impulser; motivizer; mover
  • acumen n acutitio; dicernivitio; sagacitio; subtilitio
  • acupuncture n acupunturo
  • acute adj acuta; (severe) intensa; violentiosa; (shrewd) penetranta; penetrema; sagaça
  • ad infinitum adv sine fino; sine límito
  • ad libitum adv arbitrie; volitionasche
  • ad nauseam adv usche náuseo
  • ad valorem adv valorasche
  • adage n proverbio; sententio
  • adagio n (mus.) adajo
  • adamant adj aciariesca; duraza; neflexébila; nepenetrébila
  • adapt vt adapter; (tech.) adjustifer || adj adapted adaptita; apta; convenanta
  • add vt (math) aditioner; (sum up) sumifer; (in speaking) dicer anche; (phys. sense) adjunter || n addition (math) aditiono; (thing added) adjuntito; in addition pluse; suplemente; ultre || adj additional adjuntita; extra; plu multa; plusa; suplementa
  • addendum n adjuntito
  • adder n (zool.) áspido
  • addict vt adicter || n adictito; maníaco
  • addle vt confuser || adj addled (confused) confusita; (rotten) putra
  • address n (on a letter) adirectio; (abode) residayo; (dated: skill) habilitio; addressee expedatario; form of address fórmulo di cortesitio || vt (a letter) adirectiizer; (discuss) discuser; (name in a specified way) nominijer; titulijer; (problem) aborder; tractecer; (remarks) directioner; (speak to) adparler || vi (discourse) discurser
  • adduce vt aducer
  • adduct vt (physiol.) aducter || n adduction aducto || adj adducent aductiva
  • adept adj (skilled) hábila || n (expert) hábilo; (initiate) adepto
  • adequate adj (appropriate) adecuita; (fit) convenanta; (sufficient) sufiçanta
  • adhere vi adheser || n adherence adheso; adherent adhesanto || adj adherent adhesanta
  • adhesion n adheso || adj adhesive adhesiva
  • adiabatic adj adiabática
  • adieu inter adeo; adieu for the present usche la rivido; to bid adieu adeer
  • adipose adj grasi(os)a
  • adjacent adj (contiguous) contigua; (contiguous or next to) adjacenta; (next to) júxtea
  • adjective n adjectivo || adj adjectival adjectivisca
  • adjoin vt adjunter || vi eser contigua; juxteeser
  • adjourn vt ajurner
  • adjudge vt adjudicher
  • adjudicate vi arbitrationer
  • adjunct n accesorio; adjuntito; (assistant) adiunto
  • adjure vt adjurationer
  • adjust vt (fit) adjustifer || n adjustment of averages navisca asecur-contracto
  • adjutant n adjutanto
  • administer vt (by government or owner) administrationer; (for an owner) gerer; (give) dationer; administer justice facer júdico || n administration (act) administrationo; gero; (administrator of a public business) intendanto; (as institution) administrationerío; gubernerío; (cabinet) ministrado; (executive department) ministrerío; (managing staff) administrationistado; (of a business) geranto; geristo; (office) administrationayo || adj administrative administrationisca
  • admiral n admiralo; admiralty (rank) admiralitio; (hist.) admiralerío
  • admire vt admirer || adj admirable admiranda; admirébila
  • admission n admiso || adj admissible admisébila
  • admit vt (acknowledge as wrong, right) agnocer; (confess) confeser; (into a society) agregher; (let in) admiser; (permit) permiser; (receive as guest) accepter; hospiter
  • admix vt enmixturer; intermixturer
  • admonish vt (advise) consilier; (caution) adverter; (exhort) exhorter; (reprove) admonester
  • ado n agitezo; eccitationezo; ruitazo
  • adolescence n adulteço; adolescent adulteçanto || adj adolescent adulteçanta; to be adolescent adultecer
  • adopt vt adopter
  • adore vt (have deep affection for) amazer; (have deep romantic love for) amorazer; (worship, idolize) adorer
  • adorn vt guarner; orner; plu-belifer
  • adrenalin n adrenalino
  • Adriatic n Adriático
  • adrift adj derivanta; to be adrift deriver; to set adrift abandoner (sine provisatcos)
  • adroit adj (skillful) experta; hábila; (crafty) astuta
  • adsorb vt adsorber
  • adulate vt aduler
  • adult adj adulta; púbera || n adulto; (man) adultiçho; hómino; (woman) adultiso; muliero; adulthood adultitio
  • adultery n adúltero; (archaic: adulteration) adulterationo || vt adulterate adulterationer || vi adulterate (archaic: commit adultery) adulterer
  • adumbrate vt schizer
  • advance vi (in space) abante-vader; (in space, time) abantier; (progress) progreser || vt abantiifer; (a theory) proposer; (in rank) promoter || n advance payment anticipisca pago; in advance (space) adabante; (time) ántee; to pay in advance pagher antícipe
  • advantage n abantajo; to take advantage of exploter; profiter de; (bad sense) explotaçher; maltracter; misuser || vt abantagizer; profitifer || adj advantageous abantajosa; profitifiva; profitifosa; (opportune) oportuna
  • advent n arivo; (relig.) advento
  • adventicious adj (bot.) adventicia
  • adventure n adventuro || vt (dated: risk) rischer || vi adventurer || adj adventurous (life) adventurosa; riscosa; (person) adventurema; rischema
  • adverb n adverbio || adj adverbial adverbi(isc)a
  • adverse adj adversa; cóntrea; desfavorosa || n adversary adverso; adversity desfelicitio; desfortuno
  • advert vi to advert to (formal: refer to) aluser ad || vt to advertise reclamer; (announce) anuntier || n (Brit.: advertisement) anuntio; reclamo
  • advice n consilio
  • advise vt (recommend) consilier; (caution) adviser; (inform) informer; notificher || n advisability conveno; sapientitio; utilitio || adj advisable (recommendable) consilianda; (sensible) prudenta
  • advocate vt recomender; (jur.) defenser; placiter || n (jur.) avocato; advocacy defenso; interceso; recomendo; (jur.) avocatitio
  • advowee n (Brit. eccl.) patrocinanto
  • adze n acio
  • Aegean n Egeo
  • aegis n égido
  • aerate vt airizer; ventiler
  • aerial adj airana; aerial navigation air-navigado || n (antenna) anteno
  • aerie n ácuil-nido
  • aerobe n aerobio || adj aerobic aerobia
  • aerodynamics n aerodinámico
  • aerogel n aerogelo
  • aerolite n aerólito
  • aerometer n aerómetro
  • aeronaut n aeronauto; aeronautics aeronautío
  • aerophobe n aerófobo; aerophobia aerofobío
  • aeroscope n aeroscopio
  • aerosol n aerosolo
  • aerostat n aeróstato; aerostatics aerostatío
  • aesthetic adj esthetichisca || n aesthetics esthético
  • afar adv (de) fore
  • affable adj afábila
  • affair n afaro; concerno; affairs (business) afaros; foreign affairs éxtera afaros; love affair amorisca afaro; (fig.) pasiono
  • affect vt (feign) afectationer; simuler; (have an effect on) afecter; (impinge on) incider sur; (mentally) impresioner; influer; (move emotionally) emotionifer; (move emotionally; med.) afecter; (unnerve) perturbationer || n affectation afectationo; affection (fondness) afectiono; amo; (romantic) amoro; to have affection for afectioner || adj affected afectationanta; affectionate afectionema; afectionosa
  • afferent adj (physiol.) aductanta; aductiva
  • affiance vt (lit.) fidantier || n (lit.) fidantio
  • affidavit n (law) atesto; jur-declarationo
  • affiliate vt (adopt) adopter; (make a partner) asocier; (make a subsidiary) afilier
  • affinity n afinitio; to have an affinity for eser afina ad
  • affirm vt afirmer || adj affirmative afirmanta
  • affix vt adhesifer; adponer; surponer || n (gram.) afixo
  • afflatus vt deisca inspirezo
  • afflict vt aflicter || adj to be afflicted by suferer pro
  • affluence n abundo; luxo; richitio; affluent (archaic: tributary) enfluento || adj affluent luxosa; rica
  • afflux n adfluo
  • afford vt (have enough of something for) to be able to afford poter aforder; (provide or supply) dationer; furniser; producter
  • afforest vt forestizer
  • affray n (law, dated) rixo
  • affright vt (archaic) pavorifer; terorer
  • affront vt (insult) ofenser; (archaic: face) afronter
  • affuse vt (med., relig.) afusioner
  • Afghanistan n Afgania; Afghan Afgano
  • aficionado n adepto
  • afield adv fore
  • afire adj ardanta; en flamos
  • aflame adj en flamos; flamosa
  • afloat adj derivanta; flotationanta; (rumors, etc.) circulationer; to get afloat (refloat) desincaliifer
  • afoot adj (happening or beginning to happen) eventanta; movezanta; preparata || adv (on foot) pede
  • afore prep (archaic) ante || adj aforegoing ántea; aforesaid ante-dicita; ante-mentionita; aforethought ante-intentita; ante-meditita || adv aforehand ántee; antícipe; aforetime olim
  • afoul adv (in collision) en colisiono; (in conflict) en conflicto; to run afoul of a ship colisioner cun on navo; to run afoul of someone cader en conflicto cun álicu
  • afraid adj (apprehensive) timanta; (scared) pavoranta; to be afraid pavorer; timer; I’m afraid you’re too late mi timan che vi es nim tarda
  • afresh adv (again) denove; (anew) nove
  • Africa n África; African Africano; South Africa Sud-África
  • aft adv détree
  • after prep (in space) detre; (in time) post; (since) dex; (according to) secuno; (concerning) relate je; sopre; (in allusion to) aluse je; (in honor of) honorize je; (in imitation of) ímite je; stile di; after all (despite) malgrate; (in any case) en omna caso; omni-case; (nevertheless) malgrate ecuilo; malgrate omno; post omno; tamen; to be after (pursue) persecuter; (seek) cercher; to go or come after secuer; to look after (supervise) superviser || n afterbirth placento; post-naço; aftermath (consequence) consecuentanto(s); (period) posta período; afternoon postmeridio; this afternoon hodie postmeridie; afterpains post-partura doloros; aftershave post-rasa lotiono; aftershock posta trémulo; aftertaste posta saporo; afterthought posta penso; afterword epílogo || adj (archaic: later) after days dios venanta; aftermost maxim détrea || adv afterward plu tarde; poste; secue
  • again adv (another time) denove; ri-; again and again plur-vece; now and again ocasione; once again incore un-vece; to come again rivener; (in addition) pluse; as large again duple granda cam; as much again dupla
  • against prep (opposition) contre; (anticipation) against my return por la témporo di mea riveno; (position) an; oposita ad
  • agama n (zool.) agamo
  • agamic adj (bio.) agámica
  • agape adj (mouth) aperazita || n (love feast) ágapo
  • agar-agar n agarágaro
  • agaric n (bot.) agárico
  • agate n (min.) ágato
  • agave n (bot.) agavo
  • -age afx -atco
  • age n etato; to bear one’s age well portationer bone sua etato; (adulthood) of age majorena; to come of age atinger majorenitio; majorenecer; under age minorena; (historical period) eono; époco; eraro; evo; período; supereono; Age of Reason Ration-evo; Middle Ages medii-evo; (particular stage of life) to be of age to sufiçante etater por; age of reason (psy.) dicern-etato; ration-etato; aged (collect.) veculado || vt veculifer || vi veculecer || adj aged (having a certain age) etatanta; (old) etatosa; grand-etata; vécula; aged 19 years etatanta 19 anuos; middle-aged medii-etata
  • agenda n agendo
  • agent n agento; representanto; agency (establ.) agenterío; (office) agentayo; (operation) agentitio; efectifo; ínfluo; mediationo
  • agglomerate vt aglomerer
  • agglutinate vt aglutiner
  • aggrandize vt plu-grandifer
  • aggravate vt (irritate) exasperer; iriter; vexer; (render more serious) intensifer; plu-gravifer; plu-severifer
  • aggregate n agregatco; (pile) amaso; (sum) sumo; (totality, whole) insímulo; toto; in the aggregate en-tote; sume || vt (group together) agregher
  • aggression n (act) ataco; (tendency) atachemitio || adj aggressive atachema
  • aggrieve vt aflicter; ofenser; tristifer; vexer
  • aghast adj consternita; hororanta
  • agile adj ágila
  • agio n (fin.) agio
  • agiotage n (dated: stockjobbing) agioto
  • agitate vt (phys., mental, fig.) agiter || n agitator (instrument) agiticlo; (person) agitanto || adj agitated destrancuila
  • aglow adj adoranta; adorosa; luminanta
  • agnomen n surnómino
  • agnostic adj agnóstica || n agnosticism agnostichismo
  • ago adv ante nun; ántee; four score and seven years ago cuatra dudeços et septa anuos ante nun; not long ago nelonghe ante nun; some time ago cualca témporo ante nun; as long ago as (already by) jam an; jam dum; jam en; as long ago as 1991 jam en 1991
  • agony n (anguish) angustio; tormento; (death throes) agonío || vt agonize angustiifer; tormenter || vi agonize (be in anguish) angustier; (be in death throes) agonier
  • agoraphobe n agoráfobo; agoraphobia agorafobío
  • agouti n (zool.) agutío
  • agraffe n agrafo
  • agrarian adj agrisca || n (person) agristo; agrarianism agrischismo; rurischismo
  • agree vi (assent) asenser; (be in gen. accord) concorder; agreed? escue vi concordan?; (consent) consenser; (gram., mus.) acorder; to agree with (suit) convener; to make agree (gram.) acordifer || n agreement (assent) acordo; (concord) concordo; (consensus) consenso; (pact) conventiono || adj agreeable (pleasant) agradábila; plaçanta; (suitable) convenanta; (willing to agree) complacema; voluntaria
  • agriculture n agromcultivo; agriculturist agromcultivisto || adj agricultural agromcultivisca
  • agrimony n agrimonio
  • agronomy n agronomío; agronomist agrónomo
  • aground adj incaliinta; to run aground incalier
  • ague n (archaic: malaria, fever) intermitanta febro (malariisca)
  • ah inter a!
  • aha inter ahá!
  • ahead adv (in motion) adabántee; to go ahead abantier; (space, order) adabántee; there were three people ahead of us ci es tria personos abante nos; to be ahead of one’s time eser abante sua témporo; (time; anticipation) antícipe; to plan ahead projecter antícipe; (time; before) ántee; they arrived ahead of us los arivin ante nos; (time; early) preite; three months ahead of schedule tria mensos preite
  • ahem inter ehém!
  • ahoy inter ohe!; ship ahoy! ohe navo!
  • aid vt adjuter || n aide-de-camp adjutanto (di generalo); first aid sucurso
  • aigrette n penaçhieto
  • aikido n aichidó
  • ail vt aflicter; what ails you? cuo aflictan vi? || vi eser malata; suferer || n ailment (disease) morbo; (illness) malatitio; (pain) dolor(et)o
  • ailanthus n (bot.) ailantho
  • aileron n alerono
  • aim vt (a blow) directioner; (a weapon) apunter || vi to aim at mirationer; (have the intention of achieving) ambitioner; aspirer || n (act) apunto; mirationo; (goal, target) objectivo; to miss one’s aim faler la objectivo; (intention) intento; (plan) projecto || adj aimless sine objectivo
  • air n airo; in the open air en líbera airo; (appearance) aspecto; manario; vulto; downcast air depresionita vulto; she had an air of mystery about her eli habin cuida vulto di misterio; to put on airs afectationer superioritio; (breeze) draft of air air-flueto; light air ventuleto; (tune) ario; melodio; air hole air-fenestr(et)o; air-forámin(et)o; on the air (person, program) transmisata; (station) transmisanta; to take the air (go out of doors) promener; up in the air (undecided) nedecisita; air balloon aeróstato; air break aerofreno; air bubble air-bulbulo; air conditioner climatizatoro; air gun aerofocilo; airboat hidroglisatoro; airbrush aerógrafo; aircraft aeronavo; aircraft carrier avion-navo; airdrome aeroportuo; airfield aviation-campo; airfoil al-profilo; airline air-companío; airliner pasager-aviono; airlock air-exclusario; (blockage) air-bulo; airmail aeropostalo; airman aviationisto; (mil.) aerosoldato; airplane aeroplano; aviono; airport aeroportuo; airscrew (propeller) héliço; airship (dirigible) dirigíbilo; airspace aerospatio; airspeed air-velocitato; airstream air-fluo; airstrip surtereçayo; surtereci-pisto; airwaves radii-undos; in midair air-medie || vt (one’s views) expositioner; (ventilate) airizer; ventiler; airdrop paracadijifer; airlift aerotransportationer || adj aired airizita; ventilita; airy airosa; air-to-air air-ad-airo; air-to-ground air-ad-tero; airborne air-portationata; airsick aeronauseanta; airtight hermética; anti-aircraft anti-airana; surface-to-air ter-ad-airisca || adv airily frívole; legere
  • aisle n pas-vialeto; (side wing) laterisca navo
  • ajar adj parte aperita
  • ajutage n (nozzle) naselo
  • akimbo adv cun la pugnos sur la hancos
  • akin adj (persons) parenta; (things) afina; símila
  • al fresco adv en líbera airo
  • alabaster n alabastro
  • alack inter alás!
  • alacrity n (eagerness) aviditio; enthusiasmo; vivacitio; (promptness) puntualitio; rapiditio
  • alarm n alarmo; false alarm misalarmo; shout of alarm alarm-clamo; to sound the alarm alarmer; sonifer la alarmo; alarm bell alarm-campanelo; alarm clock evigilatoro; alarmist alarmemo || vt (call to arms; alert to danger) alarmer; (frighten) pavorifer; (make apprehensive) timifer
  • alas inter alás!
  • alb n albo
  • Albania n Albania; Albanian Albano
  • albatross n albatroso
  • albeit conj cuancam
  • albescence n blancheço; blanchitio || adj albescent blancheçanta
  • albino n albino || adj albinism albinitio
  • album n álbumo
  • albumen n albumeno
  • albumin n (biochem.) albúmino; albuminoid albuminoido; albuminuria (med.) albuminurio || adj albuminous (containing albumin) albuminosa; (containing egg white) albumenosa
  • alburnum n (bot.) alburno
  • alchemy n (act) alchimo; (study) alchimío; alchemist alchimisto
  • alcohol n alcoholo; (liquor) alcoholatco; denatured alcohol denaturita alcoholo
  • alcove n alcovo
  • aldehyde n (chem.) aldehido
  • alder n (bot.: Alnus) alno; alder buckthorn frángulo
  • alderman n municipii-conselano
  • ale n elo; alehouse (dated: tavern) (el-)taberno
  • aleak adj lecanta
  • alembic n alambico
  • alert adj alerta; (attentive) atentionema; (vigilant) vigilanta || vt (to danger) adverter; alarmer
  • aleurone n (bot.) aleurono
  • Aleut n Aleuto; Aleutian Islands Aleutias
  • alexandrine adj (verse) alexandrina || n alexandrino
  • alexin n alexino
  • alfalfa n alfalfo
  • alga n algo
  • algebra n álgebro
  • Algeria n Algeria; Algerian Algeriano; Algiers Al-Jazair
  • alginate n alginato
  • alginic n alginic acid alginato
  • algorithm n algorithmo
  • alias n pseudónimo || adv álias; álter-nómine
  • alibi n álibo
  • alidade n alidado
  • alien n extraneario; alienist psichiatro || vt alienate (friends) inimichifer; (psych.) alienationer; (transfer) aliener || adj extranearia
  • aliform adj ali-forma
  • alight vi decenser; pasuer de; perçher || adj (aflame) ardanta; (lit.) accendita; (luminous) luminosa
  • align vt alineer; enlineifer
  • alike adj ecuala; símila; to be alike simileser || adv ecuale; metípsime; símile
  • aliment n alimentivo; nutrivo || adj alimentary canal alimentisca canalo
  • alimony n alimentisca pensiono
  • aliquot n cuantavo
  • alive adj (living) vivanta; alive and well incore actema; incore existanta; the sexiest man alive la maxim séxica hómino vivanta; to be alive viver; to keep alive mantiner vivanta; suporter; (alert and active) actema; activa; animationosa; vivaça; to look alive agiter si; mover si; movezer; (conscious) concianta; to be alive to concier; (sensitive) sentiva; alive with (swarming with) plena de
  • alizarin n (chem.) alizarino
  • alkali n (chem.) álcalo; alkaloid alcaloido || adj alkaline alcalesca; alcalífera; alkaloid alcaloida
  • all adj (collectively) omna; all three omna tria; (each; every single one) cascuna; after all (despite) malgrate; all one indiferenta; tote la metípsima; all sorts di omna specio; all the (the whole) la insímula; la tota; all the family la tota familio; all the world la tota mundo; all-out cun máxima fortitio; all-powerful omni-potanta; all-terrain omni-terisca || adv (completely) all alone tote sola; all along dum la tota témporo; all in all entote; generale; omno consederata; tala cuala lo es; all right bone; to be all right (in health) eser sana; all the better tale plu bone; all the better because tale plu bone che; all the more so as tante plu ... che; all the same ecuala; (conj.) malgrate che; at all (in any way) alicuale cunche; (to any extent) alicuante cunche; not at all tote ne || prn (everybody) omnos; omnu; (everything) omno; after all (in any case) en omna caso; omni-case; (nevertheless) malgrate ecuilo; malgrate omno; post omno; tamen; all at once (suddenly) instante; súbite; all but presche; all or nothing omno aut nulo; all told entote; sume; and all inclusita; she ate the sandwich, sardines and all eli mangin la sandwiçho, sardinos inclusita; in all entote; once and for all un-vece por sempre
  • Allah n Alá
  • allantois n (zool.) alantoido
  • allay vt alevier; calmifer; moderer; pacifer; temperer
  • allege vt (affirm) afirmer; (assert) aserter; (offer as a justification) alegher; (pretend) pretexter || n allegation acuso; afirmo; alego; aserto || adj alleged his alleged involvement in the scandal iluya acusasca (aut asertasca, diçasca) relato cun la scándalo; he absented himself alleging illness ili absentecin alegante/pretextante malatitio
  • allegiance n devotitio; fidelitio; loyalitio; obedemitio; (feudal) vasalitio; oath of allegiance juro di fidelitio
  • allegory n alegorío || adj allegorical alegoriisca
  • allergy n alergio; allergen alérgeno
  • alleviate vt alevier; moderer; palier
  • alley n (lane, as in a garden) aleo; (narrow passageway) angiporto; (small street) stradeto
  • alligator n aligatoro
  • alliterate vi aliterationer
  • allocate vt asigner; distributer
  • allocution n (formala) discurso
  • allodium n (hist.) alodio
  • allonge n (rare) alonjo
  • allopathy n alopathío
  • allot vt asigner; dationer; distributer || n allotment (amount allocated) parcelo; parto; portiono
  • allotrope n alótropo || adj allotropic alótropa
  • allow vt (permit) lacer; permiser; yurizer; allow me permises ad mi; to allow oneself to lacer si (facer); (admit) agnocer; conceser; (allocate) dationer; (give a discount to) rebaser; (tolerate) tolerer || vi to allow for proviser; tener conto di || n allowance (allowing) admiso; permiso; (grant) conferedo; (pocket money) poc-pecunio; (ration) portion(et)o; (reduction in price) reducto; to make allowance for indulger; to put on short allowance portionetizer || adj allowable admisébila; legítima; permisébila; yurizita
  • alloy n aligatco || vt aligher
  • allspice n (fruit, spice) pimento
  • allude vi aluser
  • allure n lurivitio || vt lurer
  • allusive adj alusiva
  • alluvion n (jur.) aluvionizo
  • alluvium n aluviono || adj alluvial aluvionisca
  • ally vt aliantier (álico cun áltero) || n (for a particular purpose) aliantiito; (general) adjutanto; amico; asociito; alliance alianti(atc)o; asoci(atc)o; lig(atc)o; union(atc)o; (by marriage) intermarit(iti)o; to make an alliance aliantier
  • almanac n (calendar) calendario; (ephemeris) efemérido; (handbook) almanaco
  • almeh n (hist: Egyptian belly dancer) almeo
  • almighty n omni-potanta
  • almond n amándulo; almond milk amándul-lacto; almond sweetcake mazapano || adj almond-eyed amándul-ócula
  • almoner n (hist.) elemosinizisto
  • almost adv presche
  • alms n (hist.) elemósino; to give alms elemosinizer; alms-giving elemosinizo; almshouse hospitio por la páuperos
  • aloe n (bot.) áloo; (resin) álo-limfo; aloeswood álo-durámino
  • aloft adv en la airo; supre; (naut.) sur la masto; to go aloft acenser la masto
  • alone adj (without company) sola; (aside) aparta; (living alone) solitaria; (unique) única; leave me alone! laces mi en paço!; let alone sine mentioner || adv (without company) sole; (aside) aparte
  • along prep (at the side of) alonghe; juxte; látere di; alongside bordo an bordo; juxte; látere di; to go alongside aborder || adv (onward) adabántee; (together) cune; all along juxte la vialo; (the whole time) dum la tota témporo; come along! venes cun mi!
  • aloof adj apartema; pauche abordébila || adv aparte; pauche abordébile
  • alopecia n (med.) alopecío
  • alosa n aloso
  • aloud adv audébile; clare; laute
  • alp n alpo; (alpine pasture) alpagio; The Alps Alpos || adj alpine alpana; alpisca
  • alpaca n (zool.) alpaco
  • alpenstock n montáne-bastono
  • alphabet n alfabeto || adj alphabetical alfabet-órdina
  • already adv jam
  • Alsace n Alsatia; Alsatian Alsatiano
  • also adv anche; but also mas anche
  • altar n altaro; (chancel) santuario; altar cloth altar-tuco; high altar çhefa altaro; altar-screen (rood screen) jubeo; altarpiece (retable) retábulo
  • alter vt (change the nature of) alterationer; (make small alterations to) modificher; alteration alterationo; modífico
  • altercate vi (archaic) dísputer || n altercation dísputo
  • alternate vi alterner || vt alternifer || n (substitute) substitutionato; alternation alterno; alternative (choice, option) alternativo; alternator (mech.) alternatoro || adj alternanta
  • althaea n (bot.: Althaea) altheo
  • although conj cuancam
  • altitude n altitio; (geog.) altitúdino; at an altitude of an altitúdino de
  • alto n (mus.) alto; alto violin alti-violino; alto-relievo alta relievo || adj altisca
  • altogether adv complete; entote; insímule; tote
  • altruism n altruismo; altruist altruisto
  • alum n (chem.) alumo
  • alumina n (chem.) alúmino || adj aluminous aluminosa
  • aluminum n (chem.: Al) aluminio || adj aluminous aluminiosa
  • alumnus n ex-studento; gradizito
  • alveolus n (anat.) alvéolo
  • always cor sempre
  • amadou n (hist.: tinder) fómito
  • amalgam n amálgamo; amalgamation amalgamif(atc)o || vt amalgamate amalgamifer; cunfusioner; mixturer; unioner
  • amanuensis n copiisto; secretario
  • amaranth n (bot.: Amaranthus) amarantho
  • amaryllis n (bot.) amarilo
  • amass vt acumuler; amasifer
  • amateur n amatoro; (archaic: dilettante) diletanto
  • amatory adj amorisca
  • amaurosis n (med.) amauroto
  • amaze vt mirabilier; stuporifer || adj amazing extraordinaria; mirabilianta; to be amazed mirabiliezer
  • Amazon n (person) Amázono; (river) Amázonas
  • ambage n (ambiguity) ambigu(iti)o; (circumlocution) perífraso
  • ambassador n ambaxianto
  • amber n ambro
  • ambergris n ambro grisa
  • ambidextrous adj ambidextra
  • ambient adj ambienta
  • ambiguous adj ambigua || n ambiguity ambigu(iti)o
  • ambition n ambitiono || adj ambitious ambitionosa; to be ambitious of ambitioner
  • amble vi ambuler
  • amblyopia n (med.) ambliopitio || adj amblyopic ambliopa
  • ambo n (hist.) ambono
  • ambrosia n ambrosio
  • ambulance n ambulantio
  • ambulant adj caminanta; caminiva; promenanta; viajanta
  • ambuscade vt (archaic) imbosc-atacher || n (dated) imboscayo
  • ambush vt (attack) imbosc-atacher; to place in ambush imboscher || n imboscayo; to lie in ambush imboschezer
  • ameba n (bio.) amebo
  • ameliorate vt plu-bonifer
  • amen inter amén
  • amenable adj (liable) judichébila; responsanta; responsiva; (tractable) obedema; submisébila; (under jurisdiction of) sub la jurisdictiono di
  • amend vt (correct) corectifer; (make better) plu-bonifer; (rectify a defect, law) emender || n amende honorable (lit.) pública penitentio; amendment to an amendment subemendo; to make amends compenser; indemnizer
  • amenity n (desirable feature, facility) agradábilo; cómodo; servo; a hotel with excellent amenities on hotelo cun bonaza cómodos et servos; a house with all the amenities on domo cun omna cómodos; (pleasantness) afabilitio; agradabilitio
  • ament n (bot.) amento
  • America n América; (United States) Usonia; American Americano; (U.S. citizen) Usoniano || adj American Americana; Usoniana; American English Usonienso
  • americium n (chem.: Am) americio
  • amethyst n (min.) amethisto
  • Amhara n (inhabitant) Amharano; (province) Amhara
  • amiable adj afábila; símpatha
  • amianthus n amiantho
  • amicable adj amichesca; (pacific) pacema
  • amid prep (people, things) inter; (space) medie di || adv amidships navmedie
  • amide n (chem.) ámido
  • amidol n (chem.) amidolo
  • amir n emiro
  • amiss adj nejusta || adv male; mis-; nejuste; to take amiss ofensezer pro
  • amity n amichitio; paço
  • ammonia n (chem.) amoníaco; ammoniacal gas amoníachi-gaso
  • ammonite n (paleo.) amonito
  • ammonium n (chem.) amonio
  • ammunition n munitiono; ammunition wagon munition-furgono
  • amnesia n amnesío; to have amnesia amnesier
  • amnesty n amnestío; to grant amnesty to amnestier
  • amnion n (anat.) amnio
  • among prep (persons, things) inter; (a community) apud; among the Spartans apud la Spartanos
  • amorous adj amoranta; amorema; amorosa
  • amorphous adj amorfa
  • amortize vt amortiser
  • amount n (quantity) cuanto; (sum) sumo || vi to amount to (be equivalent to) ecualeser ad; (be worth) facezer; import(ec)er; valor(ec)er
  • amour n amore(et)o; amorisca relato; intrigo; amour propre propria amo
  • amphetamine n amfetamino
  • amphibian n amfibio || adj amfibia
  • amphibious adj amfibia
  • amphibole n (min.) amfíbolo
  • amphioxus n (zool.: Branchiostoma) amfioxo
  • amphitheater n amfitheatro
  • amphora n (hist.) ámforo
  • ample adj abundanta; ampla; granda; sufiçanta || n amplitude amplitio; vastitio; (phys.) amplitúdino; (space) extensezo || vt to amplify amplifer; disveloper; exagerer; grandifer; plu multe clarifer; plu multe detalier
  • amplify vt (broaden) amplifer; (elec.) amplifer; (increase, gen.) plu-grandifer || n amplification (elec.) amplífico; amplifier (elec.) amplificatoro
  • ampoule n ampulo
  • ampulla n (hist., anat., zool.) ampulo
  • amputate vt amputer
  • amulet n amuleto
  • amuse vt amuser; (divert) distracter
  • amylaceous adj ámila
  • -an afx -ano
  • anabaptize vt (rel.) anabapter || n anabaptism anabaptismo; anabaptist anabaptisto
  • anachronism n anácrono || adj anachronistic anácrona
  • anacoluthon n (gram.) anacolutho
  • anaconda n anacondo
  • anaerobe n (bio.) anaerobio || adj anaerobic anaerobia
  • anagallis n (bot.: Anagallis) anagalo
  • anagram n anagramo
  • anal adj anisca; anal fin anisca aleto
  • analgesia n (med.) analgesitio; analgesic analgesifivo
  • analog n análogo; analogy analoghitio || adj analogous análoga
  • analyze vt analiser; analysis análiso || adj analytic analisisca || n analytics analisío
  • anamnesis n anamnesío; experience anamnesis anamnesier
  • anamorphosis n anamórfoto
  • anapest n (prosody) anapesto
  • anarch n (lit.) anarco; anarchist anarchisto; anarchy anarchitio
  • anastigmatic adj (opt.) anastígmata
  • anastomosis n (tech., med.) anastomoto
  • anathema n anathemito || vt anathematize anathemer
  • Anatolia n Anatolia
  • anatomy n anatomío; anatomist anátomo || adv anatomically correct anatomiische corecta
  • ancestor n antecésoro
  • anchor n áncoro
  • anchorite n (hist.) anacoreto
  • anchovy n ançhovo
  • ancient adj (of the distant past and no longer existing) anticua; (former) ólima; (opp. of new) vétera; (opp. of young) vécula
  • and conj et; and so forth et cétera (etc.); and so on et tale pluse
  • Andalusia n Andalusia; Andalusian Andaluso
  • Andes n Andos
  • andiron n ardendi-raco
  • Andorra n Andora; Andorran Andorano
  • androecium n (bot.) androceo
  • androgyne n andrógino || adj androgynous andrógina
  • android n android
  • anecdote n anécdoto
  • anemia n (med.) anemio
  • anemometer n anemómetro
  • anemone n (bot.) anémono; sea-anemone mar-anémono
  • anemophilous adj (bot.) anemófila
  • aneroid n (barometer) aneroido
  • anesthesia n anesthesitio; anesthetic anesthesivo || vt anesthetize anestheser
  • aneurysm n aneurismo
  • anew adv (afresh) nove; (again) denove
  • angel n ángelo; Angelus Ángelus; angelica (bot.: Angelica) angélico || adj angelic angelesca; angelisca
  • anger n iraço || vt iracifer || vi iracecer || adj angry iraçanta; iracema; iraçosa; (furious) furiosa
  • angina n (med.) angino
  • angioma n angiomo
  • angiopathy n angiopathío
  • angioplasty n angioplastio
  • angiosperm n (bot.) angiospermo
  • angle n ángulo; angle bracket (typ.) angulífera paréntheso; Angle (ethnic) Anglo; Anglophile Anglófilo; Anglophobe Anglófobo; Anglophone Anglófono || vt (direct) directioner; (incline) incliner; (present with a certain viewpoint) vid-puntizer; anglicize Anglensifer || vi (fish) pischer; (incline) incliner si; inclinezer; (turn) turnezer || adj Anglican (relig.) Anglicana
  • Angola n Angolia; Angolan Angoliano
  • Angora n Angora; Angora-cat Angor-cato; Angora-goat Angor-capro
  • angostura n (bot.) angosturo
  • angst n angustio
  • anguish n angustio; dolorazo; tormento || vt angustiifer || vi angustier
  • anhelation n anhelo
  • anhydrous adj (chem.) ánhidra
  • aniline n (chem.) anilino
  • anima n (psych.) animiso
  • animadversion n (formal) blasmo; crítico
  • animal n (excluding man) bestio; (including man) animalo; animal husbandry bestii-alevamento; animal kingdom il animalado; animal worship animal-culto || adj animalisca
  • animalcule n (archaic) (microscopiisca) animaleto
  • animate vt (fig.) animationer; eccitationer; inspirer; stimuler; (put life into) vivifer; (put soul into) animizer || n animation animation(ez)o; vivacitio; suspended animation suspendata animationo || adj vivanta; animated animationata; animationosa; vivaça; animated image animationata imágino
  • animism n (relig.) animismo
  • animosity n inimichitio; odio; rancoro
  • animus n (animosity) inimichitio; odio; rancoro; (psych.) animiçho
  • anion n (chem.) aniono
  • anise n (bot.: Illicium anisatum) badianífero; (bot.: Pimpinella anisum) aniso; aniseed anisi-sémino; badiano; anisette anis-licuoro
  • ankle n cavilio; anklet cavilii-bracialeto
  • ankylosis n (med.) anchíloto
  • annal n analo; cróniclo
  • anneal vt recocer
  • annex vt anexer || n anexedo
  • annihilate vt exterminer; nulifer
  • anniversary n aniversario
  • annotate vt notizer
  • announce vt anuntier; proclamationer; (give notice of) adviser || n announcement adviso; anuntio; proclamationo; Annunciation (relig.) Anuntii-festo
  • annoy vt (irritate) iriter; tormenteter; vexer; (pester) molester; (inconvenience) incomoder; (weary) tedier
  • annual adj anuisca; (which lasts a year) un-anua; (which takes place annually) anuala; omni-anuisca || n (yearbook) anu-libro; anuario
  • annuity n réndito; (pension) (anuisca) pensiono; annuitant renditisto
  • annul vt (declare invalid) anuler; (repeal) abrogher
  • annular adj anelesca
  • anode n (elec.) ánodo
  • anodyne adj (music, conversation) neofensiva || n (med.: painkilling drug) analgesifivo
  • anoint vt untioner
  • anomaly n anómalo || adj anomalous anómala; neregulasca
  • anon adv (archaic: soon) prompte; (archaic: again) denove; (archaic: later on) poste; ever and anon de témporo ad témporo
  • anonymous adj anónima || n anonymity anonimitio; (person) anónimo
  • anorak n anoraco
  • another adj (additional) plusa; (different) áltera; (at) another time álter-témpore; another time (counting) an plusa veço; in another way álter-manarie || prn (person) álteru; (thing) áltero; one another una je áltera
  • answer v (reply) responder; “42,” he answered “42,” ili respondin; (retort) replicher || vt (fulfill) satisfacer; to answer several purposes eser útila por plura objectivos; (reply to) responder ad; respondizer; [a door] aperer; I have answered your questions mi respondin ad vua cuestionos || vi (suffice) suficer; to answer for (be responsible for) responser sopre; (pay the penalty for) punezer pro; to answer to (correspond to) eser conforma ad || n (response) respondo; awaiting an answer atendante vua respondo; in answer to your letter respondante ad vua létero; the answer of the defendant la responso di la acusato; (solution) solvatco || adj answerable conforma; refutébila; responsanta; responsiva
  • ant n formico; ant bear (aardvark) oricteropo; (giant anteater) giganta formicario; anteater formicario; anthill formicayo; antlion formic-leono
  • antagonize vt (cause to become hostile) antagoner || n antagonism antágono; antagonist antagonisto
  • antarctic adj antárctica; Antarctic Circle Antárctica Círculo
  • ante- afx (before in space) abántea; (before in time or order) ante- || n antechamber, anteroom abante-cambro; vestíbulo || vt antedate (document) ante-datizer; (occur earlier) anticiper; eventer ántee || adj antediluvian antediluvia; antemeridian matinisca; antepenultimate triésime última
  • antecedent n (gram., log., math) antecedento; antecedents (history, social background) antecedentos || adj ántea; precedanta; (gram., log., math) antecedanta
  • antelope n antílopo
  • antenna n anteno
  • anterior adj (space) abántea; (time) ántea; plu aprima || n anteriority abanteitio; anteitio
  • anthem n (liturgic) antífono; (national) himno
  • anther n (bot.) anthero
  • anthology n anthologío
  • anthracite n (min.) anthracito
  • anthrax n (med.) ánthraço
  • anthropoid adj anthropoida
  • anthropology n anthropologhío; anthropologist anthropólogo
  • anthropometry n anthropometrío
  • anthropomorphic adj anthropomorfa || n anthropomorphism anthropomorfismo
  • anthropophagy n canibalismo
  • anti- afx contre-; (tech.) anti- || n antibiotic antibiótico; antibody anticórporo; antichrist anticristo; anticlimax anticlímaço; anticyclone anticiclono; antigen antígeno; antimatter antimaterio; antimilitarism contre-militarismo; antiparticle antipartículo; antiphlogistic anti-inflamivo; antipope antipapo; antitoxin antitoxino || adj anti-Christian contre-cristiana; anti-Semitic contre-Semita; anticlerical contre-clérica; antifebrile contre-febra; antimonarchic contre-monarchia; antireligious contre-religiona; antiscorbutic antiscorbuta; antiseptic antisepsa; antisocial contre-socia; antispasmodic antispasma
  • antic adj grutesca || n antics bufonatcos; drolatcos; grutescatcos
  • anticipate vt (act beforehand, forestall) anticiper; (expect) expecter; (foresee) ante-vider || n in anticipation ante-vidante; antícipe; expectante
  • antidote n antídoto
  • Antilles n Antilia
  • antilogy n (archaic) antilogío
  • antimony n (chem.: Sb) antimonio; stibio; (philos.) antinomio
  • antipathy n antipathitio; to have antipathy to antipatheser ad || adj antipathetic antípatha
  • antiphon n antífono
  • antiphrasis n (rhet.) antífraso
  • antipode n antípodo
  • antipyrine n (pharm.) fenazono
  • antiquarian adj anticuisca || n anticuisto
  • antique adj anticua; antiquated (obsolete) desmoderna; obsoleta; (out of fashion) ecmoda || n anticuo; antiquity anticuitio || vt antiquate ecmodifer; obsoletifer
  • antithesis n antítheso || adj antithetical antíthesa
  • antler n branchi-corno; cornado
  • antonomasia n (rhet.) antonómaso
  • antonym n antónimo
  • anura n (zool.) anuro
  • anus n ano
  • anvil n incudo
  • anxious adj (disquieted) anxiosa; destrancuila; (eagerly desirous) desiderazanta; (solicitous) solicitudinanta || n anxiety ánxio
  • any adj (amount; not usually translated before plural or uncountable nouns) alicuanta; do you have any money? escue vi haban pecunio?; do you have any more? escue vi haban plu multos?; I can’t stay here any longer mi ne potan rester hic plu longhe; (one, some, every, or all without specification) álica; [at all, whatever] álica cunche; alicuanta cunche; any sort alicuala || adv anyhow, anyway (any way at all) alicuale cunche; (in any event) an álica cunche evento; en omna caso; omni-case; anymore, any longer jam; pluse; Alice doesn’t live here anymore Alice jam ne hábitan hic; Alice ne pluse hábitan hic; anytime alicuande cunche; anyway en omna caso; anywhere alicube cunche || prn anyone álicu cunche; anything álico cunche
  • aorist n (gram.) aoristo
  • aorta n aorto; aortitis aortito
  • apace adv rápide
  • apart adv (aloof) aparteme; (asunder) dis-; partifite; separite; to break apart disrumper; (separately, aside) aparte; apart from (except for) eccepte je; (in addition to) ultre
  • apartment n (suite of rooms) apartamento; apartment complex apartamentado
  • apathy n apathitio || adj apathetic ápatha
  • ape n (zool.) simiono || vt (imitate) imitaçher; simulaçher || adj apish simionesca
  • apeak adv (naut.) verticale
  • aperient adj laxifiva
  • apéritif n aperitivo
  • apetalous adj sine pétalo
  • apex n (climax) clímaço; (crest) cresto; (sharp point) puntalo; (summit) sumitato; (top) supratco
  • aphasia n afasío; aphasic afasíaco || adj aphasic afasíaca
  • aphelion n (astron.) afelio
  • aphid n áfido
  • aphis n afo
  • aphonia n (med.) afonitio || adj aphonic áfona
  • aphorism n aforismo
  • aphtha n (med.) aftho
  • apiary n apayo; apiarist ap-alevamentisto; apiculture ap-alevamento
  • apiece adv cascune; por cascunu; three euros apiece tria euros por cascunu
  • aplanat n (opt.) aplanato || adj aplanatic aplanata
  • aplomb n aplombo
  • apocalypse n apocalipso
  • apocrypha n apócrifo || adj apocryphal apócrifa
  • apodal adj sine pedo
  • apodictic adj apodíctica
  • apogee n apogeo
  • apologue n apólogo
  • apology n (excuse) excuso; (formal defense) apólojo; apologetics apologío; apologist apologisto || vi (vindicate) apologer; apologize excuser si || adj apologetic (defensive) apologisca; (excusatory) excusema
  • aponeurosis n aponeuroto
  • apophysis n apófiso
  • apoplexy n apoplexío
  • aport adv sinistre
  • apostate n apóstato || adj apóstata
  • apostille n apostilo
  • apostle n apóstolo || adj apostolic apostolisca
  • apostrophe n (gram., rhet.) apóstrofo
  • apothecary n apothechisto; apothecary shop apotheco
  • apothem n apóthemo
  • apotheosis n apotheoto; deifo || vt apotheosize apotheotizer; deifer
  • appall vt consterner; hororifer
  • appanage n apanatco; endow with an appanage apaner
  • apparatus n aparato; apparatchik aparatisto
  • apparel n vestado || vt vestizer
  • apparent adj (clear) clara; manifestita; (seeming) semblanta; (visible) aparanta; vidébila || adv apparently (clearly) evidente; (seemingly) semblante
  • apparition n (act) aparo; (object) fantasmo; visiono
  • apparitor n (beadle) bidelo
  • appeal vi (jur., fig.) apeler; (attract) sembler atractiva; (beseech) implorer; suplicher; (have recourse) recurser; (refer to) turner si ad || n court of appeals corto di apelo; corto di casationo
  • appear vi aparer; to cause to appear aparifer; (look like) aspecter; (seem) sembler || n appearance (act) aparo; arivo; (aspect) aspecto; vulto; (ghost) fantasm-aparo; (semblance) semblo; (what is seen) aparatco; figuro; formo; first appearance debuto; to make a first appearance debuter; to make an appearance aparer por la formo
  • appease vt (content) contentifer; satisfacer; (pacify) calmifer; pacifer
  • appellant n apelanto
  • appellation n nómino; título; (act) nominizo
  • append vt adjunter; adligher; adponer || n appendage accesorio; adjuntito; apéndiço; apertinanto
  • appendix n apéndiço; appendectomy apendicéctomo; appendicitis apendicito
  • Appenines n Apenino
  • appertain vi (relate) relater; (belong) apertiner || adj appertaining to concernanta je; relatanta ad
  • appetite n apetito; appetizer apetitifivo || adj appetizing apetitifanta
  • applaud vt aplauser
  • applause n (a round of clapping) aplauso; (acclaim) aclamer
  • apple n pomo; Adam’s apple pomo di Adam; apple of discord pomo di desconcordo; applesauce pom-compoto || adj apple core pom-cordio; apple orchard pom-arborayo; apple pie pom-torto; apple tree pomífero; apple jelly pom-geleo
  • apply vt aplicher; to apply oneself aplicher si; to apply the brake frenijer || vi to apply for a job soliciter empleatitio || n appliance (device) aparato; (means) meano; (tool) instrumento; utensilo; applicant candidato; petitionanto; solicitanto; (jur.) placitanto; application (act) adpono; áplico; surpono; (industry) diligentitio; (printed form for employment, etc.) soliciticlo; (program) aplichiva programo; aplichivo; (relevance) aplichebilitio; (request) demando; petitiono; solícito; (result) aplicatco; (use) uso || adj applicable aplichébila; apta; convenanta; applied science aplicata ciencio; practichisca ciencio
  • appoint vt (assign) asigner; (equip) [provide as equipment] furniser; [provide with equipment] ecuiper; (for a position) nominijer; selecter; (prescribe) fixer; (to a task) comisioner || n appointee nominijito; appointment comisiono; (agreed time or place to meet someone) apuntamento; make an appointment fixer on apuntamento; appointment calendar agendo
  • apportion vt dispartifer; disportionifer
  • appose vt (apply) surponer; (juxtapose) juxteponer; (place opposite) oposer || n apposition (gram.) apositiono
  • apposite adj aplichébila; apta; convenanta
  • appraise vt (as a specialist) expertejer; (tax) taxationer; (value) evaluter || n appraisal evaluto; appraiser evalutisto
  • appreciate vt (value) apretier; estimer; (perceive, detect) percepter; (understand) comprenser || vi (increase in value) augmentezer (en valoro) || n appreciation apretio; (praise) laudo || adj appreciable consideranda; evalutébila; perceptébila; remarchébila; sentébila
  • apprehend vt (arrest) arester; capter; (fear) timer; (suppose) imaginationer; suposer; (understand) comprenser || adj apprehensive netrancuila (sopre); timema
  • apprehensive adj destrancuila
  • apprentice n aprendisto
  • apprise vt adviser; informer; notificher; (warn) adverter
  • approach vt (get closer to) proximecer ad; (go toward) advader; advener; (start to deal with in a certain way) aborder; tractecer || n approaches (milit.) aproçho(s) || adj approachable abordébila; accesébila
  • approbate vt aprober; santioner; (fig.) aplauser
  • appropriate adj adecuita; (apt) apta; (suitable) convenanta || vt (for one’s own) propriifer; (money) asigner; conferer; (purloin) sustracter
  • approve vt aprober; santioner; shout approval aclamer
  • approximate adj (quantities) círcuma; (time, space) próxima || vt proximecer ad; (guesstimate) aproximer
  • appurtenance n apertinanto; (adjunct) adjuntito; (thing to which another pertains) relatatario
  • apricot n albercoco
  • April n Aprilo; April fool April-inganito
  • apron n (protective garment) abantalo; (maneuvering area) manovrayo
  • apropos adj apta; convenanta; oportuna; apropos of concerne je; ocasione di; relate ad
  • apse n (archit.) absido
  • apsis n (astron.) ápsido
  • apt adj (clever, skillful) hábila; (fit, good, suitable) apta; to be apt to -em-; incliner si ad; tendentier || n aptitude (natural ability) talento; (natural tendency) naturasca inclinezo; temperamento
  • aqua n (pharm.) acuo; aqua fortis (archaic: nitric acid) forta acuo; nítrica ácido; aqua regia regisca acuo; aquosity (rare) acuositio; aquamarine (min.) acuamarino; aquatint (art) acuatinto || adj acuea; aquatic acuisca; aqueous acua; acuesca; acuisca; acuosa
  • aquarelle n acuarelo
  • aquarium n acuario
  • Aquarius n Acuisto
  • aqueduct n acueducto
  • aqueous adj acuífera
  • aquiline adj acuilesca
  • Aquilon n (north wind) Acuilone
  • Aquitaine n Acuitania; Aquitanian Acuitano
  • aquosity n acuositio
  • Arab n Árabo; arabesque Arabesco; Arabia Arabia; Arabian Arabiano; Arabic (language) Arabenso; Saudi Arabia Saúd-Arabia; Saudi Arabian Saúd-Arabiano || adj Arabic Arabiana; (person) Áraba; (thing) Arabisca
  • arable adj (crops) cultivébila; (land) aratébila
  • arachnoid n aracnoido
  • Aragon n Aragonia
  • Aram n (hist.) Aramia; Aramean Aramiano
  • araneous adj araneatchesca
  • arbalest n (hist.) arbalesto
  • arbiter n arbitrationisto
  • arbitrage n (fin.) arbitrajo || vi arbitrager
  • arbitrary adj arbitriasca; arbitrary act arbitriatco; (despotic) despotichisca; tiranisca
  • arbitrate vt arbitrationer || n arbitration arbitrationo; arbitrator arbitrationanto
  • arbor n (shaft) ax-árboro; [mandrel] mandrino; (tree) árboro; [bower] perguleto; [grove] boscheto; arbor vitae thuyo; arboriculture árbor-cultivado || adj arboreal arborisca; arborescent arboresca
  • arboretum n árbor-botanicayo
  • arbutus n (bot.: Ericaceae) [berry] árbuto; [tree] arbutífero
  • arc n (geom., arch., elec.) arco; arc lamp archi-lámpado; arc-boutant apodii-arco
  • arcade n arcado; (cloister) claustro
  • Arcadia n Arcadia; Arcadian Arcadiano
  • arcane adj arcana || n arcanum arcano
  • arch n (geom., archit.) arco; (of foot) ped-arco; archer arm-archisto; archery arm-archío; triumphal arch triumf-arco; archway archizita entrayo; volvitizita entrayo; (portal) portalo || vt archifer || vi archecer || adj (roguish) malesca; petulanta || afx arch- archi-; archangel archiángelo; archbishop archiepíscopo; archchancellor archicancelario; archdeacon archidiácono; archduchy (estate) archiduchio; (office) archiduchitio; archduke archiduco; archpriest archisacerdoto
  • archaeology n archeologhío; archaeologist archeólogo || adj archaeological archeologhiisca
  • archaic adj arcaica || n archaism arcaicatco
  • archetype n prim-tipo
  • archil n (archaic: orchil) orcelo
  • archimandrite n archimandrito
  • archipelago n archipélago
  • architect n architecto; architecture (art, study) architectío; (structure) architectatco
  • architrave n (archit.) architrabo
  • archive n archivo; archivist archivisto || vt enarchivifer
  • archivolt n archivolto
  • archon n arconto
  • arctic adj árctica; Arctic Circle Árctica Círculo
  • Ardennes n Arduena
  • ardent adj ardoranta; ardorosa; ardent spirits alcoholatcos; to be ardent ardorer
  • ardor n ardoro
  • arduous adj ardua
  • are n (metric) aro
  • area n (surface extent) áreo; (field) campo; (region) regiono; (space allocated for special purpose) -ayo; dining area manjayo
  • areca n (bot.: Arecaceae) [nut] areco; [palm] arechífero
  • arena n areno || adj arenaceous sabulisca; sabulosa
  • areola n aréolo
  • areometry n areometrío; areometer areómetro
  • Areopagus n Areópago
  • Argand lamp n Argand-lámpado
  • argent adj argenta; argentea; (silver) argento; argentiferous argentífera
  • argentan n (also nickel silver, German silver, new silver, nickel brass, albata, alpacca, electrum) argentano
  • Argentina n Argentina; Argentinean Argentinano
  • argillaceous adj argil(ífer)a
  • Argo n (myth.) Argo; Argonaut Argonauto
  • argol n (or “argal”) argolo; tartárico di potasio
  • argon n (chem.: Ar) argono
  • argot n slango
  • argue vi (dispute) cuereler; disputer; (jur.) placiter; (make a point) argumenter || n arguement argumento || adj arguable argumentébila
  • Argus n (myth.) Argus
  • aria n ario
  • arid adj árida
  • aright adv juste; sine eroro
  • aril n (bot.) arilo
  • arise vi (ascend) acenser; (emerge) aparer; emerser; (get up) lever si; stecer; (happen) eventer; (originate) cominitier; nacer; resulter
  • arista n aristo
  • aristocrat n aristócrato; aristocracy (collect.) aristocratado; (quality) aristocratitio; (system) aristocratismo || adj aristocratic aristócrat(isc)a
  • aristolochia n (bot.: Aristolochia) aristolochio
  • Aristotle n Aristótele || adj Aristotelian Aristotelisca
  • arithmetic n arithmético; arithmetician arithmetichisto
  • arithmometer n arithmómetro
  • ark n arcono; ark of the covenant arcono di la aliantio; Noah’s ark la arcono di Noé
  • arm n (anat.) brachio; arm in arm cun brachios interplectita; at arm’s length ye brachii-disto; with arms folded cun brachios crucejita; with open arms cun brachios aperita; armband bracialo; armchair brachii-sedilo; armful plen-brachio; armhole brachii-forámino; armlet bracialo; armpit axilo; (weapon) armo; arms armado; by force of arms per fortio di armos; coat of arms blasono; ground arms! abases la armos!; in arms armos enmanue; lay down arms deponer la armos; manufacture arms armefer; shoulder arms! armos adhumerale!; portationes armos!; side arms cint-armos; small arms legera armos; take up arms prender armos; under arms armizita; armament armiz(atc)o || vt armizer || adj (anat.) armless sine brachio; (weapon) armed armizita; armed force armato; armizita trupo; armed forces militarado; armed from head to foot armizita de cápito ad pedos
  • armada n guer-floto; guer-navado
  • armadillo n armadilo
  • armature n armaturo
  • Armenia n Armenia; Armenian Armeno
  • armistice n armistitio
  • armoire n armario
  • armor n armoro; (breastplate) coriáceo; armor plating blindo; armor-bearer armorígero; armorer arm-vendisto; armefisto; armor-vendisto; armorefisto; armory armayo; arsenalo || vt armorizer || adj armorial bearings blasono
  • army n armato
  • arnica n (bot.: Arnica) árnico
  • aroma n aromo; aromatic aromífero || adj aromatic aromífera
  • around prep circum; (in or to many places throughout) círcume en; to get around to (doing something) we never seem to get around to it lo semblan che nos jamás haban témporo por ecuilo; to go around (an obstacle) circumvader; girer; (surround) circumder; (wander) circulationer en; circumvader en; girer en; vagher en; a specter is going around Europe — the specter of communism on fantasmo giran en Europa — la fantasmo di comunismo; to turn around (on a point outside of its own body) girer || adv círcume; to turn around turner; (on its own axis) rotationer
  • arouse vt (sexually) eccitationer; (stir up) inciter; (wake) evigiler
  • arpeggio n arpejo; to play arpeggios arpeger
  • arquebus n archebuso
  • arrack n (also “arak”) áraco
  • arraign vt acuser; citationer (álicu) abante tribunalo; (prosecute) proceser
  • arrange vt aranger; disponer; (ri)ordiner; to arrange to meet someone aranger (si) por incontrer álicu || n arrangement aranj(atc)o
  • arrant adj (dated) absoluta; extraordinaria; infama; perfecta; vera
  • array n (display) colectionito; expositiono; a vast array of action figures on vasta colectionito de acti-figuretos; (order) aranjo; dispono; órdino; [computing] arayo; tabelo; [mil.] formationo; battle array formationo di batalio; órdino di batalio || vt (display) expositioner; paradifer; (dress) vestizer; (order) aranger; disponer; ordiner; [mil.] formationer
  • arrears n nepaghita debitionedo; tarda debitionedo; in arrears tardecinta
  • arrest vt (legal) arester; capter; (stop) haltifer; (the attention) fixer || n arestezo; aresto; arrest warrant aresti-mandationo || adj arrested person arestito; to be under arrest arestezer
  • arris n (archit.) aristo
  • arrive vi ariver; parvener; to arrive at (attain) atinger || n arrival arivo
  • arrogate vt arogher || n arrogance aroghemitio; arogo; superbitio || adj arrogant aroganta; superba
  • arrondissement n districto
  • arrow n fleçho; arrowhead fleçh-puntalo; (bot.: Sagittaria) sagitario; arrowroot aroruto
  • arse n (vulg.) culo
  • arsenal n arsenalo
  • arsenic n (chem.: As) arsénico
  • arson n criminasca incendio
  • art n arto; art of war guer-arto; guerío; artist artisto || adj artful (crafty) artificiosa; astuta; (skilled) art(os)a; artistic (artful) art(os)a; (highly) virtuosa; (relating to art) artisca; (relating to the artist) artistisca; artistic character artischitio; artistic perfection virtuositio; artistic person artemo; artless ingenua; inocenta; sine artificio
  • artery n arterio; arteritis arteriito || adj arterial arteriisca
  • Artesian adj Artesiana; artesian well Artesiana púteo
  • arthritis n arthrito || adj arthritic (of disease) arthritisca; (of persons) arthrítaca
  • arthrodia n (anat.) arthrodio
  • arthropod n (zool.) arthrópodo
  • artichoke n artiçhoco; Jerusalem artichoke tupinamburo
  • article n (grammar) artículo; [definite article] definitionita artículo; determinationiva artículo; (particular item) coso; objecto; [of clothing] vesto; [of commerce] comerciedo; merço; [of faith] cred-artículo; credato; [of food] mangedo; nutrivo; [of legal document] artículo; clauso; [of newspaper] (jurnalisca) artículo || vt contracter cuomo je aprendisto
  • articulate vt (form speech sounds) articulationer; (join together) articulaturizer || n articulation (formation of speech sounds) articulationo; pronuntio; (joint) articulaturo || adj articular (relating to joints) articulaturisca; articulated (jointed) articulaturífera; (pronounced, expressed) articulationita
  • artifice n (clever expedient) artificio; (ruse) astutatco; stratagemo; artificer minsteriisto || adj artificial artificia
  • artillery n artilerío; canonado; artillerist artileriisto || adj artillery shell obuso
  • artisan n artisano; minsteriisto
  • arugula n erúculo
  • arum n (bot.: Arum) arumo
  • -ary afx (place) -ayo
  • Aryan adj (race) Arya || n Aryo; (language) Aryenso
  • as adv (comparison) as ... as tam ... cam; as big again as duple granda cam; as soon as possible maxim prompte posíbile; I am just as smart as you are mi es tam inteligenta cam vi; as far as (time, space) usche; as far as possible secuno posibilitio; as for por; relate ad; sopre; as for example exemple; as for me por mi; as for the rest sopre la céteros; as much (the same) metípsime; I thought as much anche mi pensin ecuilo; as to, as regards relate ad; sopre; as well as (besides) ultre || prep (in the capacity of) cuomo; act as king acter cuomo rejo; (in the manner of) cuale; act as (like) king acter cuale rejo; (of the same character as) such as tala cuala; (while) dum; he was a monster as a child ili esin on monstruo dum pueritio; as a whole generale; as yet usche nun || conj (because) pro che; he didn’t mention it because he didn’t want to worry you ili ne mentionin lo pro che ili ne desíderin destrancuilifer vi; (even though) cuante cunche; smart as she is... cuante cunche inteligenta eli es...; (in accordance with) secuno; as everyone knows cuale homi bone sapan; as you will secuno vua placero; he did as you asked ili facin secuno vua demando; he is as he always was ili es tala cuala ili esin olime; think as I think penses cuale mi pensan; (like) cuale; as is well known cuale homi bone sapan; (to the same degree that) I took such as pleased me mi prensin ecuilos cua placin ad mi; as far as (to the extent that) secuno cuante; as far as I know secuno cuante mi sapan; as if cuale se; as it were (as though) cuase; tale dicer; as long as (during the time that) dum che; (provided that) conditione che; as though cuale se; as well as (besides) ultre che
  • asafetida n asafétido
  • asbestos n asbesto
  • ascarid n (zool.: Ascaridae) ascárido
  • ascend vt (move upward upon) acenser || n ascendancy authoritato; dominationo; ínfluo; ascension acenso; Ascension Day Acens-festo; ascent acenso; (slope, path) acensayo || adj ascendant dominationeçanta
  • ascertain vt certanifer si; (by observation, experiment) constater || adj ascertainable constatébila; verifichébila
  • ascetic n aceto; asceticism acetismo || adj acetisca
  • ascribe vt atribuer; imputer
  • aseptic adj aséptica || vt asepsis (act) aseptichifo; (state) aseptichitio
  • asexual adj (bio.) agámica; (bot.) criptógama; (without sexual feelings) sine eroto; (without sexuality) sine sexo
  • ash n cínero; (ember) braso; (bot.: Fraxinus) fráxino; Ash Wednesday Cíner-Mercuridio; ash tray cineruyo
  • ashamed adj verecundanta; verecundosa; (bashful) pudorosa; to be ashamed verecunder; to make ashamed verecundifer
  • ashlar n cuadratifita petro
  • ashore adv to go ashore vader ad la tero; to put ashore desimbarcher; to run ashore incali(if)er
  • Asia n Asia; Asia Minor Anatolia; Parv-Asia; Asian Asiano || adj Asiatic Asiana
  • aside adv látere; (away) aparte; fore; lay, put, set aside forponer; poner aparte; to step aside mover si adlátere; aside from that exter ecuilo || n (theat.) aparta parlo
  • asinine adj asinaçha; asinesca
  • ask vt (ask about) cuestioner (álico ad álicu); (ask for, request) demander; (beg) precher; (demand) exiger; (invite) inviter; (stipulate) stipuler
  • askance adv desapretiante; desfavorose; schéptiche; (obliquely) oblicue
  • askew adv desrecte; nerecte; oblicue
  • aslant adv inclinite; oblicue
  • asleep adj dormanta || vi to be sleep dormer; to fall sleep dormecer
  • asp n (zool.: Naja haje) Egiptiana cobro; (zool.: Vipera aspis) áspido
  • asparagine n (biochem.) asparagino
  • asparagus n aspárago
  • aspartame n aspartamo
  • aspect n aspecto; (positioning) house with a southerly aspect domo cun ad-suda orientationo; domo orientationita ad-sude
  • aspen n (bot.: Populus tremula) trémul-poplo
  • aspergillum n adspargiclo
  • asperity n asperitio; (rough edge) asperatco
  • asperse vt (defame) calumnier; difamationer; (relig.) adsparger
  • asperula n (bot.) aspérulo
  • asphalt n asfalto || vt asfaltizer
  • asphault n bitúmino
  • asphodel n (bot. Asphodelus) asfódelo
  • asphyxiate vt asfixier
  • aspirate vt aspirationer || n (gram.) aspirationedo; (med.) aspirationatco; aspiration aspirationo
  • aspire vi ambitioner; aspirer; desiderer || n aspirant aspiranto; candidato; aspiration aspiro
  • aspirin n aspirino
  • asquint adv (obliquely) oblicue; (with narrowed eyes) strabe
  • ass n (zool.: Asinus) ásino; (vulg.) culo; asshole (mean, petty person) malaçho || vt ass-fuck (vulg.) pedicher
  • assail vt asalter; atacher; to assail the honor of atempter la honoro di || n assailant asaltanto; atacanto || adj unassailable neatachébila
  • assassin n (murderer of important people for political or religious reasons) asasinationisto; (professional murderer) sicario || vt to assassinate asasinationer
  • assault vt (attack) asalter; atacher; (criminally) atempter; violentier || n assault and battery atempto et violentio; criminal assault on a woman atempto contre la pudoro; (rape) violationo je muliero; to carry by assault asalte capter; asalte concuister
  • assay vt (analyze) analiser; (ore) exagier; (test) eprober
  • assegai n (African spear; also “assagai”) zagayo
  • assemble vt (persons or things) asembler; (machine) monter; (things) colectioner || vi (persons) cunvener || n assembly asembl(atc)o; colection(atc)o; mont(atc)o; (meeting) cunveno
  • assent n asenso || vi to assent to asenser ad
  • assert vt (declare forcefully) aserter; (establish) [authority] agnocifer ad; (insist on) [rights] exiger
  • assess vt (tax) taxationer; (value) evaluter || n assessment evaluto; (tax) impostatco; taxationatco; assessor taxationisto; (assistant judge) asesoro
  • asset n (advantage) abantajo; (com.) activo; (property) posesedo; (valuable thing) valoroso
  • asseverate vt afirmer (solemne aut emfasose); aserter (solemne aut emfasose)
  • assiduous adj asidua; diligenta
  • assign vt (allot, appoint) asigner; (bestow) atribuer; (jur.) cesioner; transferer || n assignation (secreta) rendezvoso; assignee cesionario; (of an insolvent’s estate) síndico
  • assimilate vt asimiler; (make similar) similifer
  • assist vt adjuter || n assistant adjutanto; (adjunct) adiunto || adj assisted living adjutata vivado
  • assize n (court) superiora criminisca tribunalo
  • associate vt asocier || vi to associate with (be involved with) relatifer si ad; I do not associate with known geeks mi ne relatifan mi ad agnoçata ghicos || n asociito; association asociitado
  • assonance n asono
  • assonant adj asonanta
  • assonate vi asoner
  • assort vt (archaic: classify) asorter
  • assuage vt alevier; calmifer; diminutioner; (appetite or desire) satier
  • assume vt (suppose, presume) suposer; (adopt) [air] dationer ad si; [name, attitude, look] adopter; (take on) [power, debts, responsibility] asumpter; [unjustly] arogher; propriifer || n assumption suposo; (presumptuousness) arogo; presumpto
  • assure vt (person) certanifer; (event) certifer; (quiet) calmifer; cuietifer; (secure) securifer; (Brit.: insure) asecurer || n assurance (arrogance) aroghemitio; presumpto; (certification) certifo; (promise) certanifo; (self-confidence) aplombo; certanitio en si ipsa || adv assuredly certe; sine dúbito
  • Assyria n (hist.) Asiria; Assyrian Asiriano
  • astatic adj (phys.) astática
  • astatine n (chem.: At) astato
  • aster n (bot.: Aster) astero
  • asterid n (zool.: Asteridae) astérido
  • asterisk n asterisco; steleto
  • asterism n astrado
  • astern adv détree || adj (naut.) (ad)pope
  • asteroid n astroido
  • asthenia n (med.) asthenitio
  • asthenopia n (med.) asthenopitio
  • asthma n (med.) asthmo || adj asthmatic (pertaining to asthma) asthmisca; (suffering from asthma) ásthmaca
  • astigmatic adj (med.) astígmata; astigmatism astigmatitio
  • astir adj movezanta; (awake) evigilita
  • astonish vt mirabilier || adj astonished mirabiliita
  • astound vt mirabiliazer
  • astragal n (bot.: Astragalus) astrágalo
  • astrakhan n (pelt, cloth) astracanatco
  • astral adj astresca; astrisca
  • astray adv en eroro; for la vialo; perdita; to go astray devialecer; misvader; to lead astray erorifer; misconducter
  • astrict vt (astringe) astricter; (clasp) stringer; (compress) compreser
  • astride prep cabaliche sur
  • astringe vt astricter || adj astringent astrictiva
  • astrolabe n (hist.) astrolabio
  • astrology n astrologhío; astrologer astrólogo
  • astronaut n astronauto; astronautics astronautío
  • astronomy n astronomío; astronomer astrónomo || adj astronomical astronomiica
  • astrophysics n astrofísico; astrophysicist astrofisichisto
  • Asturias n Asturia; Asturian Asturiano
  • astute adj (sagacious) sagaça; (crafty) astuta
  • asunder adv (archaic or lit.) dis-; partifite; separite; what God hath joined together let no man put asunder cuo dunche Deo juntin, homi ne sépares
  • asylum n (place of refuge) asilo; (fig.: part of church containing high altar) santuario; (for the insane) dementerío; (for the poor, aged, infirm) hospitio
  • asymmetrical adj nesimetra
  • asymptote n (geom.) asímptoto
  • at prep (a particular place or position) [contiguous to] an; [in] en; [in the house of] apud; [on] sur; at sea sur la maro; at the office en la oficino; breakfast at Tiffany's dejuno apud Tiffany; my email address is at noone@nowhere.com mea electronichisca adirectio es noone apud nowhere punto com; to sit at a desk seder an on scriptorio; (a particular rate) at €30 a kilo ye 30 € chilograme/po chilo; at 20% interest ye 20% de interesto; to go at 100 km per hour vader ye 100 km hore/po horo; two at a time duope; (a particular state) at a loss confusita; en dúbito; perplexa; at a standstill haltifita; interrumpita; at ease confortosa; at ease! repauses!; at fault culpífera; en eroro; at it valde ocupata; at war en guero; at work laboranta; ocupata; (a particular time) an; at dawn an la jurneço; at present actuale; nun; at the moment en ecuista instanto; en ecuista témporo; at the time alore; class starts at 9:00 la claso cominitian an 9:00; (by means of) at a blow per una stroco; súbite; un-vece; at will abritrie; volitionasche; at your discretion secuno vua arbitrio; secuno vua júdico; sine conditiono; (concerning) sopre; he’s good at math ili es hábila sopre mathemático; she’s good at playing the accordion eli bone ludan la acordiono; (in response to) an; pro; at her cries an eluya critos; at my request an mea demando; I was shocked at the news la notitio scándalin mi; (toward) ad; contre; versum; angry at iraçanta contre; Anyone can read the news to you. I promise to feel the news at you. Álicu cunche potan lecturer la notitios ad vos. Mi promisan senter la notitios versum vos.; throw the ball to him, not at him jactes la bulo ad ili, ne jactazes li || n at sign (@) at; símbolo por ad, apud
  • ataraxy n (philos.) ataraxio
  • atavism n atavismo
  • ataxia n (med.) ataxio; locomotor ataxia locomotionisca ataxio || adj ataxic (disease) ataxiisca; (person) ataxíaca
  • ataxy n ataxio
  • atelier n (of an artist) studio; (workshop) laborayo
  • atheism n atheismo; atheist atheo || adj atheistic (doctrine) atheismisca; (person) atheisca
  • Athenaeum n atheneo
  • atheroma n (med.) atheromo
  • athirst adj (archaic) sitanta
  • athlete n athleto
  • athwart adv transverse || prep transverse sur
  • Atlantic adj Atlántica || n Atlántica Océano; Atlántico
  • Atlantis n Atlántido
  • atlas n (arch.) atlanto; (book of maps) atlaso
  • ATM n autómata cashisto
  • atmosphere n atmósfero || adj atmospheric atmosferisca; atmospheric pressure atmósfer-preso
  • atoll n atolo
  • atom n átomo; atomism atomismo || vt atomize atomifer || adj atomic weight atomisca peso
  • atone vt atone for expier; (compensate for) compenser
  • atony n (ling., physiol.) atonío
  • atrabilious adj (lit.) melancoliosa
  • atrium n atrio
  • atrocious adj abominanda; cruelaza || n atrocity cruelazatco; (quality) cruelazitio
  • atrophy vi (med.) atrofiezer || vt atrofier || n atrofío
  • atropine n (chem.) atropino
  • attach vt (fasten) adjunter; ligher; unioner; (attribute) atribuer; (for duty) ficer server; (legal) embargher; sacer || n attachment (comput.: document) adjuntita fiçhero; adjuntito || adj to be attached (married, spoken for) maritita; to be attached to (have an affection for) afectioner; amer
  • attaché n (diplo.) ataçheo
  • attack vt atacher || n ataco; (of fever, etc.) acceso; ataco
  • attain vt atinger; (come through to) ariver ad; parvener ad || n attainment (acquirements) cognocedos; experientio; (mentisca) atingedos; (reaching) atinjo
  • attainder n atinto
  • attaint vt (jur.) atinter; (archaic: infect, corrupt) corupter; infecter
  • attar n attar of roses ros-esentio
  • attempt vt (try) eprober; (try to kill) atempter; to attempt suicide atempter si ipsa || vi (endeavour) efortier || n (criminal) to make an attempt on the life of someone atempter la vivo di álicu
  • attend vt (be present at) asister; (accompany) acompanier; escorteser ad; (school, etc.) asistader || vi to attend to (pay attention) atentioner || n attendance (people present) asistantado; (presence at) asisto; (regular presence at) asistado; (service) servo; to be in attendance (on duty) eser en laborveço; attendant (companion) acompanianto; companiono; (escort) escorto; (servant) adjutanto; servisto || adj attendant acompanianta; secuanta; (consequent) consecuanta
  • attention n (heed, attentiveness) atentiono; to call attention to ficer atentionata; to pay attention to atentioner; (assiduously) cultiver; (court, woo) cortejer; (humor, gratify) complacer || adj attentive (careful of) atentema; (courteous) cortesa; (gallant) galanta; (heeding) atentionema; atentionosa || inter attention! atentiones!
  • attentive adj atentionema
  • attenuate vt atenuationer; (diminish) diminutioner; (thin) desdensifer; tenuifer; (weaken) debilifer
  • attest vt (bear witness) atester; (verify) constater || n attestation (authentication) authentichifo; (evidence) atesto || adj properly attested authéntica
  • attic n subtecto
  • Attica n Ática; Atticism Atichenso || adj Attic Aticana
  • attire n costumo; vestado || vt vestizer
  • attitude n (way of behaving) atitúdino; (pose) posturo; (position, posture) positiono; posturo; to strike an attitude posturer; to have an attitude about something atitudiner álico
  • attorney n (who pleads in court) avocato; (agent) agento; (learned in the law) legisto; yuristo; attorney general súpera stat-avocato; power of attorney procurationo; prosecuting attorney stat-avocato
  • attract vt atracter; (entice) lurer || n attraction (act) atracto; (state) atractatitio; (which draws) atracticlo; atractivo; cármino || adj attractive atractiva; carminanta; carminiva; luriva; to be attracted (gravitate) graviter
  • attribute vt atribuer; (impute) imputer || n (gram., log.) atributo; (quality) cualitio || adj attributive (gram.) atribuisca; (jur.) atribuanta
  • attrit vt (wear away) atritioner || n attrition (relig.) atrititio; (wearing away) atritiono; war of attrition guero di atritiono || adj attrite (relig.) atrita
  • attrite adj (relig.) atrita
  • attune vt acordifer
  • au revoir inter usche rivido
  • aubergine n (Brit.: eggplant) alberginio
  • auburn adj rúbe-bruna
  • auction n auctiono; to knock down at auction adjudicher; auctioneer auctionisto || vt to auction off auctioner
  • audacious adj audacianta; audaciosa || n audacity audacio
  • audible adj audébila
  • audience n (people present) asistantado; audientado; (official hearing) audientio
  • audiometer n audiómetro
  • audit vt controler; verificher; (a class) libr-asister; audition (evaluate an audition) auditioner || vi audition (perform an audition) auditionezer || n audition (interview for an entertainer) auditiono; auditor (com.) controlisto; (hearer) audanto; (tribunal official in some countries) auditoro; (univ.) libr-asistanto; auditorium audientayo
  • auditory adj audisca
  • auger n turn-forationicl(az)o
  • aught prn álico cunche
  • augment vt augmenter
  • augur vt (bode) augurier; that doesn’t bode well ecuilo ne bone augurían; (archaic: foresee) augurier || n (archaic: soothsayer) áuguro; augury (soothsaying) augurío
  • august adj augusta || n August Augusto
  • auk n (any bird of the Alcidae family) álcido; (razorbill) alco
  • aunt n thiiso; great aunt ante-thiiso
  • aural adj (of ear) auriculisca; (of hearing) audisca
  • aureola n (anat.) auréolo
  • aureole n auréolo
  • auricle n (anat.) [of the ear] éxtera aurículo; [of the heart] cordiisca atrio || adj auricular (of ear) auriculisca; (of hearing) audisca
  • auriferous adj aurífera
  • aurochs n (zool.: Bos primigenius) uro
  • aurora n auroro; aurora borealis boreala auroro; polisca auroro
  • auscultate vt auscultationer
  • auspice n auspicio; under favorable auspices cun favorosa auspicios || adj auspicious bon-auguría; bon-auspicia; feliça
  • austere adj austera; severa || n austeritio; rigoritio; (ascetic act) acetatco
  • austral adj austrisca || n austro
  • Australasia n Australasia
  • Australia n Australia; Australian Australiano
  • Austria n Austria; Austrian Austriano
  • authentic adj authéntica; vera; (authorized) yurizita || n authenticity authentichitio || vt authenticate authentichifer; constater
  • authetntic adj authéntica
  • author n authoro
  • authority n (power) authoritato; to have on good authority haber de bona fonto; with full authority cun plena authoritato aut poto aut yuro; (person) authoritatífero; authorization permiso; yurizo; (official) santiono; (written) certifatco je permiso || vt to authorize aprober; permiser; yurizer || adj authoritative authoritatífera
  • autism n autismo
  • auto- afx (for scientific and technical terms) auto-; (gen.) si
  • auto-da-fé n autodafeo
  • autobiography n autobiografío
  • autochthon n aborígino
  • autoclave n autoclavo
  • autocrat n autócrato; autocracy (regime) autocratio; (system) autocratío || adj autocratic autocratisca; (person) autócrata
  • autodidact n autodidacto
  • autofocus n autofocalo
  • autograph n autógrafo || vt autografijer
  • autogyro n autogiro
  • automatic adj (self-acting) autómata; (relating to an automation) automatisca || n automaton autómato
  • automobile n automóbilo
  • automorphic adj (math, geol.) automorfa
  • autonomous adj autónoma || n autonomy autonomitio
  • autopsy n autopsío; to perform an autopsy on autopsier
  • autosuggestion n autosugesto
  • autumn n autumno
  • Auvergne n Arvernia
  • auxiliary adj (supplementary, reserve) auxiliaria; auxiliary verb auxiliaria verbo; (accessory) accesoria; (helping) adjutanta; adjutiva || n auxiliario; (assistant) adjutanto; adjutivo
  • avail vt adjuter; profitifer; to avail oneself of profiter per; user; utilifer || vi utileser || n of no avail neútila; availability disposebilitio || adj available disposébila; to have available disposer
  • aval n (guarantee) avalo
  • avalanche n avalançho || vi avalançher
  • avant-garde n abante-guardistado
  • avarice n avaritio || adj avaricious avara
  • avast inter haltes!
  • avaunt inter (archaic) forvades!
  • avenaceous adj avenesca; avenisca
  • avenge vt vindicter
  • aventail n camalio
  • avenue n avenito
  • aver vt afirmer; aserter; certifer
  • average n (math) medii-valoro; on the average medii-nombre; medii-valore; (damage) avarío || vt medii-calculer; medii-valorifer || vi medii-valorer || adj medii-grada; medii-valora; (mediocre) mediocra; (normal, typical) normasca; tipasca
  • averse adj desinclinita; nefavorosa; neinclinita; resistema || n aversion antipathitio; desinclinititio; neinclinititio; repugnezo; to cause an aversion to antipathifer ad; repugner; to have an aversion to antipatheser ad; álico repugnan
  • avert vt (eyes, thoughts) deturner; (avoid) eviter; (parry) pareer; (prevent) preventer
  • aviary n aucelayo
  • aviation n aviationo; to practice aviation aviationer; aviator aviationisto
  • avid adj ávida || n avidity aviditio; with avidity ávide
  • avionics n aviónico
  • avocado n avocado; avocado tree avocadífero
  • avocation n (hobby) pasatempo; (minor occupation) accesoria minsterio aut ocupado aut profesiono
  • avocet n (zool.) avoceto
  • avoid vt eviter; (escape) eluser; escaper
  • avow vt agnocer; aserter; confeser; declarationer || adv avowedly aperte; declarationite; públiche; secuno luya propria confeso
  • avuncular adj thiiçhesca; thiiçhisca
  • await vt atender; (expect) expecter
  • awake vi (cease sleeping) evigilezer; (fig.) riconciecer; rieccitationecer; rivivacecer || vt (cause to stop sleeping) evigiler; (fig.) riconciifer; rieccitationer; rivivacifer || adj evigilita; to stay awake (watch, sit up) vigiler
  • award vt (prize, medal) conferer; premiizer; (jur.) [damages] adjudicher || n (prize) premio; (adjudgment) adjudichedo || adj award-winning premiizita
  • aware adj (cognizant) concianta; to be aware concier; to make aware conciifer; informer; (awake) evigilita
  • awash adj (flooded) inundita; (at water level) acui-nivelasca
  • away adv absente; fore; ne en focaro; neasistante; away with...! forjactes...!; to be away foreser
  • awe n (fear) timo (respectazosa, venerationosa); (reverence) respectazo; venerationo; (wonder) mirabiliezo; to fill with awe plenifer per mirabiliezo, teroro, respectazo; to stand in awe of admirazer; to strike with awe colper per mirabiliezo, teroro, respectazo || adj awe-struck mirabilii-colpita; tim-colpita; awful hororifanta; imponanta; solemnaza; teroranta; teroriva; timenda || adv awfully (extremely) eccese; extreme; valdaze
  • aweigh adj (naut.) pendanta
  • awhile adv dum cualca témporo; to wait awhile atender cualche
  • awkward adj (clumsy) neexperta; negratiosa; nehábila; (difficult) delicata; (embarrassing) imbarasanta; neoportuna
  • awl n alesno
  • awn n (bot: stiff bristle) aristo
  • awning n marchiso
  • awry adj (amiss) nejusta; (askew) nerecta; oblicua || adv (amiss) to go awry vader nejuste
  • ax n (also “axe”) haçho; stroke of an ax haçhijo; axman haçhisto || vt haçhijer
  • axil n (bot.) axilo
  • axilla n (anat.) axilo
  • axiom n axiomo || adj axiomatic axiomesca; axiomisca
  • axis n axo; (anat.) epistrófeo; axis of rotation rotation-axo; to turn on an axis rotationer || adj axial axisca
  • axle n axo; axlecase axi-capso; axlepin axi-clavilo; axletree ax-árboro
  • axolotl n (zool.) axolotlo
  • axon n axono
  • axonometry n axonometrío
  • ayatollah n ayatolá
  • aye inter (affirmation) sic; aye, aye, sir! sic, capitano! || n (affirmation) the ayes and the nays las sic et las no || adv (always) sempre
  • azalea n (bot.: Rhododendron) azaleo
  • Azerbaijan n Azerbaijania; Azerbaijani Azerbaijaniano
  • azimuth n azimutho
  • Azores, The n Açoria
  • azote n (chem.: N) nitrógeno
  • azure adj azura || n azuro
  • azyme n (archaic: unleavened bread) ázimo


B

  • B ltr (mus.) B (aut Si); B-flat (B♭) B bemola; B-sharp (B♯) B diesa
  • B.A. n bacaláureo sopre artos
  • B.C. adv (before Christ) a.C.
  • baba n (French bun) babca
  • babble vi (talk rapidly and incomprehensibly) garulaçher; (murmur) murmurer; (prattle, chatter) garuler || n babbler garulaçhemo
  • Babel n Babel; the tower of Babel la turo di Babel
  • babirusa n (zool.) babiruso
  • baboon n babuino
  • babouche n babusho
  • baby n (newborn) bebo; (pre-ambulatory) infanteto; (toddler) infanto; baby talk hipocorística parlado; baby diaper beb-tuco; baby stroller beb-caroceeto; babyhood bebitio; babysitter infanti-guardisto || vt (treat like a baby) tracter cuale je on bebo; babysit infanti-guarder || adj babyish bebesca
  • baccalaureate n bacalaureitio
  • Bacchus n Bacho; bacchanal bacanalo; bacchant(e) Bachan(is)o || adj bacchanalian bacanalesca; bacanalisca; Bacchic Bakhisca
  • bacciferous adj bachífera
  • bacciform adj bachesca; bachiforma
  • bachelor n (unmarried man) celibiçho; (university grad) bacaláureo (sopre artos, etc.); bachelor aspirant bacaláure-candidato; bachelor’s degree bacalaureitio
  • bacillus n (bio.) bacilo || adj bacillary bacila; bacilesca; bacilforma; bacilisca
  • back n (anat.) dorso; back to back dorso an dorso; to break one’s back rumper sua spino; to lean one’s back adorser si; to turn one’s back turner sua dorso; to turn the back of something against adorser álico ad; (rear) detreatco; (reverse side) reverso; backer partitano; secondanto; (bettor) parianto; (fin.) indorsanto; backing adjuto; suporto; backboard dors-apodiiclo; backbone spinalo; vertebrado; vertebrisca columno; to lack the backbone ne haber fortitio di caráctero; background détrea áreo; détrea parto; (of a painting) fundo; backpack dorsi-saco; backside (buttocks, anat.) náticos; (buttocks, euph.) detreatco; (buttocks, vulg.) culo; (reverse side) reverso; backstroke (swimming) dors-nato; backup [personnel, material] reinfortiatco; backwardation bacwardationo; backwater (stagnant place) stagnayo; backwoods distanta foresto || vt (accompany) [singer] acompanier; (attach backing to) [rug, quilt] foderizer; (bet on) parier por; (finance) [bills] avalizer; indorser; [loan] guaranter; [person, enterprise] finantiizer; (reverse) [vehicle] retroconducer; retrovadifer; (support) [motion, resolution] seconder; [plan, person] adjuter; apodier; suporter; sustiner; [warrant, etc.] vizizer; to backbite maledicentier || vi (go backward) retrocaminer; retrovader; to backpedal (fig.) retrovader; (on bicycle) retropedalijer; to backslide ricader || adj (old) back issue vétera número; (overdue) back pay aretrita pago; tarda pago; (rear) back door détrea porto; back room détrea cambro; back shop détrea botheco; (reimbursed) full satisfaction or your money back satisfacita aut reimbursita; (returned) riveninta; guess who’s back? escue vi sapan cuu rivenin?; -backed (supported by) sustinata da; (with back) cun dorso; (with backing) cun fódero; back-handed per la dorso di la manuo; (ambiguous) ambigua; (insincere) nesincera; backward rétroa; (behind the times) neprogresema; neprogresinta; (reverse) inversa; (turned around; wrong) retroturnita || adv (in space) détree; back and forth adabántee et retro; back of me detre mi; stand back! addétree!; (in time) back in 1991 jam en 1991; some months back cualca mensos ántee; we spoke back in June nos conversin en la pasinta Junio; (returned) everything is back to normal omno rivenin ad normaschitio; there and back again adilác et retro; backstage en la colisos; backward addétree; retro; (with back foremost) cun dorso adabante; backward compatible retrocompatíbila; movement backward and forward movo alternanta; walk backward and forward vadader et venader || afx detre-; retro-; ri-
  • backgammon n bacgamono
  • bacon n bacono
  • bacterium n bacterio; bactericide bacterii-occisivo; bacteriologist bacteriólogo; bacteriology bacteriologío
  • bad adj mala; (malicious, evil) mal-volitionanta; maligna; malvatia; (of health) malata; (putrid) putra; (serious) grava; (spurious) falsa; bad act, bad part malatco; that is too bad ecuilo es nim mala; ecuilo es regretanda || adv badly male || vt badmouth maledicentier
  • badge n insignio
  • badger n taxono || vt molester; torment(et)er; vexer
  • badian n (bot.) badiano
  • badinage n burlado; burlosa derisado
  • baffle vt (cheat) inganer; (frustrate) abortifer; falifer; frustrer; impeder; (perplex) confuser; perplexifer; perturbationer
  • bag n saco; (valise) valisio; bagging sac-stofo; handbag manu-sacheto || vt (put in a bag) ensachifer; (steal) furter
  • bagatelle n (trifle) bagatelo
  • baggage n bagajo; baggage car bagaj-vagono
  • bagnio n (bath house) balneayo; balneerío; (brothel) prostitutayo; (Turkish prison) banio
  • bagpipes n cornamuso; play the bagpipes cornamusijer
  • bah inter ba!
  • Baha’i n (adherent) Bahaisto; (religion) Bahaismo
  • Bahamas n Bahamia; Bahamanian Bahamiano
  • Bahrain n Bachrania; Bahraini Bachraniano
  • bail n (legal) cautiono; free on bail liberifer per cautiono || vt bail out (boat) parhaurer de; (water) parhaurer
  • bailiff n (jur.) subsherifo; (king’s officer) bailivo; (steward) ecónomo
  • bailiwick n bailivio
  • bailor n cautionizanto
  • bait n esco; luriclo || vt (a trap) eschizer; luriclizer; (feed animals) nutrer; (harry) ficer combater; molester; tormenter
  • baize n badielo; biliardi-telo
  • bake vt (dry heat) cocer || vi (bread) panefer || n baker cocisto; bakery cocerío; paneferío
  • balance n (counterpoise) contre-pesatco; (equilibrium) ecuilibrio; (mental) autodominationo; mentisca ecuilibrio; (of a watch) bilanciero; (of account) saldendo; (scales) bilancio; balance due debition-restatco; saldendo; balance of power ecuilibrio di poto; balance sheet bilanciatco; balance wheel bilanciero; weigh by a balance bilanciijer; ponderer per bilancio || vt (account) facer bilanciatco di; salder; (com.) facer bilanciatco di; (counterpoise) compenser; contre-poner; ecuilibriifer; (put in balance) ecuilibriifer; (settle, pay balance due) salder; (weigh) ponderer || vi (be in balance) ecuilibrier || adj well balanced ecuilibrianta
  • balcony n balcono; (interior, theat.) galerío
  • bald adj calva; (fig.) cruda; literasca; meschina; nuda; (tire) lisia; (unadorned) neornita; bald spot calvatco; become bald calvecer; bald-headed person calvo || n baldness calvitio; (med.) alopecío
  • baldachin n baldachino
  • balderdash n (gobbledygook) galimatío; (nonsense) sine senso
  • baldric n báldrico
  • bale n (10 flakes, reams) balio; (bundle) pac(az)o; (bundle of hay) fen-pacazo; (harmful evil) nocivo || adj baleful funesta; maligna; malvatia; nociva
  • Balearic Islands n Balearos
  • balk vi (as a mule) calcitrer; (be resistant to) obstinecer; refuser; resister || vt (frustrate) falifer; frustrer; vanifer; (impede) impeder || n (furrow ridge) intersulco; (sports) mismovezo; (timber) cuadrata trabo || adj balky obstinema
  • Balkans n (mountain range) Balcano; (peninsula) Balcania
  • ball n bulo; (bullet) cuglo; (clod) glebo; (dance) balo; (globe) globo; (marble) buleto; (of thread) glómero; (testicle) coleono; ball bearing bul-rotationuyo; ballpoint pen bulígrafo; roll oneself into a ball glomerecer; ballpoint pen bul-penino; ballroom bal-cambro
  • ballad n balado
  • ballast n balasto; discharge ballast desbalastizer; ballast space balastayo || vt balastizer
  • ballerina n baletistiso
  • ballerino n baletistiçho
  • ballet n baleto; ballet dancer baletisto; ballet master baleti-directionisto
  • ballista n balisto
  • ballistics n balístico
  • balloon n balono; (aerostat) aeróstato; (dirigible) aeronavo; dirigíbilo; (in comics) diálog-balono; ballooning balonaz-navigado
  • ballot n baloto || vt balotijer || vi balotijer
  • balm n (ointment) bálsamo; (plant) meliso; balm of Gilead bálsamo di Gilead || adj balmy balsamesca
  • balsam n (ointment) bálsamo; (tree) balsamífero; garden balsam balsamino
  • Baltic n (sea) Baltiisca Maro
  • baluster n balaustro; balustrade balaustrado
  • bamboo n bambúo
  • bamboozle vt (perplex) perplexifer; (trick) enretifer; inganer
  • ban vt anathemer; interdicter; proscripter; (curse) maledicter
  • banal adj banala; triviala
  • banana n banano
  • band n (bandage) bandajo; (bond) lighiclo; (group) bando; trupo; (leather strap) corigio; (orchestra) orchestro; (ribbon) ribando; (strap, belt) cinto; (stripe, strip) bendo; bandsaw ribandi-serationiclo || vt (leather strap) corigiizer; (put a band on) bendizer; (strap) cintizer; cintlejer; cintligher; (tie) ligher; (unite) federer; unioner
  • bandage n bandajo
  • bandana n bandano
  • banderole n banderolo
  • bandit n bandito
  • bandolier n bandolero
  • bandy vt (blows) recíproche batuer; (discuss) discuser; interparler; (exchange) dationer et recepter; intercambier || adj bandy-legged curvi-gambífera
  • bane n nocivo; the bane of his existence la nocivo je iluya vivo; (thing causing death) pesto; veneno || adj baneful nociva
  • bang n (blow) colpazo; (gunshot) disparo; (sudden loud noise of a blow) claco; (sudden loud noise of a gun) pafo || vt bang a door shut cluder porto clachifice || inter (sudden loud noise of a blow) bam!; clac!; (sudden loud noise of a gun) paf!
  • Bangladesh n Banglia; Bengali (language) Banglienso; (person) Bangliano
  • bangle n maritez-bracialeto
  • banish vt exilier; (send away) excluser; forinvier
  • banister n balaustrado
  • bank n (dam) dico; (fin) banco; bank of discount discont-banco; bank of issue emis-banco; joint stock bank action-banco; piggy bank sparnii-casho; savings bank sparnii-banco; (heap) amaso; (of a river) ripo; (of ocean, shallows) neprofundatco; (sand) sábul-amaso; sábul-colineto; sábul-strato; (slope downward) declivo; (slope upward) rampo; (terrace, raised bank) teráceo; bank account banchi-conto; bank clerk banchi-comiso; bank holiday bancasca festi-dio; lejasca festi-dio; bank stock banc-actiono; bankbook banchi-cuaderno; depósit-libreto; (checkbook) çhecado; çhechi-cuaderno; (savings) sparnii-cuaderno; banker banchisto; banking banc-afaros; banchi-comerciado; banknote banc-bileto || vt (a fire) coperter; frigidifer; (dam) dichizer; (make a bank of) amasifer; teraceifer; terplenifer; (money) depositer || vi bank with X depositer en X; haber conto en (banco) X || adj bankrupt (insolvent) nesolventa
  • bankrupt adj (leg.) bancarotanta; to go bankrupt bancarotecer || n bankruptcy bancaroto || vt bancarotifer
  • banner n (advertisement) reclamatco; (horizontal) vexilo; (standard) standardo
  • banns n marit-anuntios
  • banquet n festino || vi festiner
  • banter vi burler; deriseter || n burlo; deriseto
  • banyan n (bot.) baniano
  • baobab n (bot.) baobabo
  • baptism n bapto || adj baptismal font baptuyo
  • baptist n baptisto; baptistery baptayo
  • baptize vt bapter
  • bar n (barrier) bariclo; impediclo; obstáculo; (bars, as before a prison door, window) gratículo; (counter) vendi-ménsulo; (ingot) ingoto; (legal fraternity) avocatado; (legal profession) avocatitio; (mus.) mensuro; (of metal, wood, etc.) bar-stango; (of soap, candy, etc.) brico; tabuleto; (public house) trincherío; (sand) sábul-ripo; (stripe) bendo; (tribunal) judicayo; tribunalo; prisoner at the bar acusato; to be called to the bar avocatecer; deventioner avocato; recepter avocatitio; barkeeper trincherí-çhefo; barmaid trinchi-servistiso; barman trinchi-servistiçho; barroom trinchi-salono || vt (a door, a way) barer; obstructer; (bolt) péstule cluder; pesulijer; (deprive) privationer; (exclude) excluser; (forbid) prohiber; proscripter; (hinder) impeder; incomoder; (with stripes) bendizer || adj barring (excepting) eccepte (che, je)
  • barb n (of harrow) dento; (of hook) gancio; (point) puntalo; barb wire spinosa guiro
  • Barbados n Barbatos; Barbadian Barbatano
  • barbarian n bárbaro; barbarity (act) barbaratco; cruelatco; (quality) barbaritio; cruelitio || adj barbarous bárbara
  • barbecue n bárbecuo
  • barbel n (fish) barbelo
  • barber n cofuristo; (who shaves) barbisto
  • barberry n berbérido
  • barbette n canon-platformo; (naut.) blindizita parapeto
  • barbican n barbacano
  • barcarole n barcarolo
  • bard n bardo
  • bare vt descoperter; exposer; nudifer || adj (empty) vacua; (mere) mera; (naked) nuda; (uncovered) descopertita; exposita; neschermizita; nevestizita; nuda; (unfurnished) nemoblizita; neornita; (unsupported) cruda; neatestita; simpla; barefaced neverecunda; barefoot nud-pedígera; bareheaded nud-capitígera || adv barely (hardly) apene; (simply) simple; bareback sine selo
  • barege n barejo
  • bargain vi (agree) consenser; (barter) trocher; (haggle) mercantejer; (negotiate) negotier; (trade) comercier || vt (bargain away, sell) vender; (expect) I did not bargain for that mi ne expectin ecuilo || n (agreement) interconsenso; (vendi-)contracto; (thing bought, offered) compredo; vendedo; good bargain bona compredo; necostoso; into the bargain pluse; super la pretio
  • barge n (lighter) bargo; cáric-barco; (longboat) lançho; pleasure barge placer-bargo
  • baritone n barítono
  • barium n (chem.: Ba) bario
  • bark n (dog) latro; (naut.) tri-masta brigantino; (tree, inner) líbreo; (tree, outer) córtiço || vt (remove the bark from) descorticizer || vi (dogs) latrer
  • barley n hórdeo; (grain) hórde-grano; barley sugar hórde-súcaro
  • barm n (froth) levatur-spumo; (yeast) levaturo
  • barn n (for grain) granayo; (for hay) fenayo; (for straw) paleayo; (stable) stábulo; barn owl strijo
  • barnacle n cirópodo; (zool.) ávico di blanca facio; blanchi-facia ávico
  • barograph n barógrafo
  • barometer n barómetro
  • baron n barono
  • baroque adj baroca
  • baroscope n baróscopo
  • barouche n (hist.) biroçho; caleshazo
  • barque n tri-masta brigantino
  • barrack n caserno; quarter troops in barracks encasernifer
  • barrage n (of words, etc.) pluvazo
  • barratry n baraterier
  • barrel n (cask) barilo; (keg) barileto; (of a gun, cannon) túbulo; (of machines) cilindro; barrel organ turn-organilo; barrel stave dogo; sell by the barrel vender barilope || vt enbarilifer
  • barren adj (producing little) nefecunda; (producing nothing) stérila
  • barricade n baricado || vt baricadizer
  • barrier n bariclo; (city limit) civitat-límito; remove the barrier desbarer; street barrier strad-bariclo
  • barrister n avocato
  • barrow n (burial mound) túmulo; (handcart) cariteto; (litter, stretcher) lectico
  • barter vt intercambier; trocher || n troco
  • barycenter n baricentro
  • baryta n hidróxido di bario
  • bas-relief n basa relievo
  • basalt n basalto
  • bascule n (bridge) báscul-ponto
  • base n (bottom, background) fundo; (chem.) basamento; (floor under main floor) subterstago; (foundation) fundamento; (pedestal) pedestalo; baseball (sport) baseball; beisbalo; baseline basament-líneo; basement (below ground) subterstago; (cellar) celario; (foundation) basamento; fundamento; (ground floor) terstajo; baseness desnobilitio; verecundanditio || vt apodier; fundationer || adj (coin) falsa; (ignoble) desestimanda; grosaria; nenóbila; verecundanda; (metals) nepretiosa; baseborn di basa orígino; nelegítima; baseless sine basamento; basic basament(isc)a; fundament(isc)a
  • bashful adj modesta; tímida; (from sex motives) pudorosa
  • basil n (plant) basilco
  • basilica n basílico
  • basilisk n basilisco
  • basin n (dish, geog.) bacino
  • basis n basamento; fundamento
  • bask vi solelizer si; (revel) delectationezer
  • basket n corbo; (hamper) lavenduyo; basketball (ball) baschetbal-bulo; (sport) baschetbalo; wastepaper basket paperaçhuyo; basketful plen-corbo; fruit basket fructi-corbo
  • Basque n Vasca
  • bass n (fish) (any bass-like fish) perchesco; (perch) perco; (mus.) bas-parto; baso; bass viol gambi-viulo; bass voice bas-voço; double bass (instrument) contrabaso; (voice) infra bas-voço
  • basset hound n baset-hundo
  • bassinet n cor-lecteto
  • bassoon n fagoto
  • basswood n Americana tilio
  • bast n líbreo
  • bastard n bastardo
  • baste vt (a roast) suche humidifer; (cudgel) bastonijer; (with thread) suteter
  • bastille n cárcero; castelo; (hist.) Bastille
  • bastinado n ped-bastonijo
  • bastion n bastiono
  • bat n (animal) vespertiliono; (cricket, baseball) clavonazo; batsman matiuchijanto; matiuchisto || vt matiuchijer
  • batata n (sweet potato) batato
  • batch n (bundle, group) grupo; (in an oven) plen-furno (de)
  • bate vt diminutioner; moderer; with bated breath cun haltifita spirationo
  • bath n bálneo; warm bath térmulo; bathrobe bálne-tunicazo; bathroom latrinayo; bathtowel bálne-tuco, toalo; bathtub bálne-ocupo
  • bathe vt balneer || n bathing suit bálne-costumo
  • bathos n patheticaçhitio
  • bathyscaph n bathiscafo
  • bathysphere n bathisfero
  • batik n batico
  • batiste n batisto
  • baton n bastoneto
  • batrachian n (zool.) batraco
  • battalion n bataliono
  • batten n (wooden strip) listelo || vt batten down fix-cluder; listelizer || vi (thieve or prosper) prosperuçher
  • batter vt batuer; batter down abatimenter; (bruise) contuser; damner; batter in breçhizer || n (batsman) matiuchijanto; (culin.) farin-pasto; battering ram arieto
  • battery n (mil., elec.) baterío
  • battle vi batalier || n battle array órdino di batalio; batalio; battle axe arm-haçho; battle cry batalii-clamo; drawn battle nedecesita batalio; battlefield bataliayo; batalii-campo; battlement crenelado; parapeto; battleship guer-navo
  • battue n batu-cacio
  • bauble n bagatelo
  • baud n baudo
  • bawd n prostitut-agento || adj bawdy debauçhanta; obcena; bawdy house prostitutayo
  • bawl vi (inarticulate) critaçher; (weep) ploraçher; plorazer; (with words) clamaçher || vt bawl out reprimender
  • bay n (alcove) alcovo; bay window alcov-fenestro; (bark) latro; at bay en defenso; shakita; bring to bay enangulifer; (compartment) compartimento; (of sea) bayo; (tree) lauro || vi (bark) latrer || adj (colored) badia; light bay isabela
  • bayadère n devadasi
  • bayonet n bayoneto
  • bazaar n bazaro
  • BBS n afijayo
  • be vi eser; (auxiliary verb) be loved amezer; eser amata; be loving eser amanta; (cost) coster; how much is it? cuante li costan?; (exist) exister; to be futura; mother to be futura matro; to be or not to be eventer aut ne eventer; exister aut ne exister || n being eso; existo; (a being) ento; existanto; created being creito || adj being esanta
  • beach n (riverbank) ripo; (seashore) plagio || vt (a ship) incaliifer
  • beacon n (lighthouse) faro; (seamark) marfareto; (signal) signal-foco; signal-lúmino
  • bead n perlino; draw a bead on mirationer; say one’s beads precher per rosario || vt (decorate) orner per perlinos || vi (bubble) bulbulefer; gutefer
  • beadle n bidelo
  • beak n beco; (prow) proro || vt (strike with the beak) bec-colper; bec-picher || adj beak-shaped bec-forma; bechesca
  • beaker n becario
  • beam n (girder) trabo || vt (radiate) radier || vi (shine) briler; luminer || adj beaming radianta
  • bean n faselo
  • bear vt (carry) portationer; (give birth to) geniter; parturer; (press) preser; (produce) -ef-; producter; bear apples pomefer; producter pomos; (sustain) suporter; sustiner; (tolerate) subitioner; tolerer; bear a hand adjuter; bear away forportationer; bear company acompanier; bear date eser datizita; bear down on (approach) proximecer ad; (pressure) preser; bear in mind memorer; noter; bear interest interestefer; bear oneself comporter; tener si; bear out confirmer; justificher; mantiner; bear witness to atester || vi (turn) directioner si; turner si; bear away (nav) forcurer; forvader; velvader; bear on concerner; relater ad; bear sway dominationer; guberner; bear with (have patience) patienteser || n (fin) basecisto; (zool.) urso; bearer portationisto; bearing (arch) suporticlo; (deportment) autoteno; comporto; (geom) directiono; (heraldic) blasono; (mech) rotationuyo; (relation) relato; significo; (surveying, naut) orientationo; (sustaining) sustino; get one’s bearings orientationer si; lose one’s bearings desorientationer si || adj bearable tolerébila
  • beard n barbo; (wheat) aristo || vt (challenge) afronter; defier || adj bearded barbífera; beardless sine barbo
  • beast n (animal) bestio; (brutal person) bruto; beast of burden cárichi-bestio; wild beast silvaja bestio
  • beat vt (defeat) vincer; (excel) ecceler; supereser; (in a contest) supereser; (knock) colper; (liquids, eggs, etc.) fruler; (strike repeatedly) batuer; (subdue) domiter; beat back ripulser; beat black and blue batuazer; beat down abatimenter; (door) batu-cadifer; (price) basifer; beat the woods batu-cacier; beat with a stick baston-batuer; bastonijer; that beats all ecuilo es la maxim bona; ecuilo superesan omno || vi (nav) virationader; (pulsate) pulsader; (wings) al-strocader; beat about cercher omnube; vader sinistre et dextre; beat about the bush circum-mercantejer; beat against (waves, rain) batuer || n (of a policeman) districto; pósteno; rondo; (stroke) stroco; beater batuanto; (instrument) batuiclo; fruliclo; pulse beat (cordii-)pulso
  • beatific adj beata; (relig) beatifanta
  • beatify vt beatifer; (relig.) beatificher
  • beatitude n beatitio
  • beau n (dandy) dandio; (ladies’ man) amoristiçho; (suitor) cortejanto; (sweetheart) amoranto; beau monde la eleganta mondumo
  • beauty n belitio || adj beautiful bela
  • beaver n castoro; beaver hat castor-capelo
  • becalm vt calmifer
  • because conj (for the reason that) pro che; because of pro
  • bêche-de-mer n mar-cucúmero
  • beck n fluvieto; rucelo
  • beckon vt advocher gestícule
  • becloud vt nubizer; obscurifer
  • become vi (be rendered) fier; (come to be) deventioner; (suit) convener; eser apta; fiter; sarcasm does not become you sarcasmo ne convenan ad vi; become of (happen to) eventer ad || adj becoming (coming to be) deventionanta; (suitable) apta; convenanta; decenta || afx (come to be) -ecer
  • bed n (flowers, etc.) agreto; (foundation) fundo; (furniture) lecto; be in bed eser en lecto; get out of bed eclectecer; go to bed enlectecer; put to bed enlectifer; (layer, deposit) depositayo; strato; (of river, lake, ocean) fundo; bed canopy lecti-baldachino; bed clothes (bed covers) lect-accesorios; lecti-coperticlos; lecti-cosos; bed fellow cun-dormanto; bed linens lecti-telos; bed maker cambristo; bed sore lect-úlcero; bed ticking lecti-triliço; bedding (bed covers) lecti-coperticlos; (for animals) lectario; bedbug címiço; bedpan lect-aulo; bedplate basamenta placo; bedpost lecti-columno; bedquilt lecti-coperticlo; lecti-tegiclo; bedrock basamenta petro; bedroom dorm-cambro; bedsheet lecti-tuco; bedspread lecti-coperticlo; lecti-tapeto; bedstead lecti-cuadro; bedtime dorm-horo || vt (flowers, etc.) plantationer || adj bedridden prostationanta en lecto
  • bedaub vt (overdecorate) decorationaçher; (smear) unger; (soil) sordidifer; (spot) maculizer
  • bedeck vt decorationer; orner
  • bedel n bidelo
  • bedew vt rosatizer
  • bedim vt obscurifer
  • bedizen vt vestizaçher
  • bedlam n tumulto; (archaic) dementerío
  • Bedouin n Beduino
  • bedraggle vt ficer trahinitesca || adj bedraggled trahinitesca
  • bee n apo; beehive api-nido; beeswax api-cero; beehive (artificial) apuyo; beesting api-pico
  • beech n fagio; beech marten fagino; beech nut fagii-nuço
  • beef n bov-carno; (grievance) planjo; beef tea bov-buliono; beefsteak bifsteco || vt beef up (strengthen) plu-fortifer; It’s never too early to start beefing up your obituary Lo jamás es nime en antícipo cominitier plu-stofizer sua necrologhiatco || adj beefy bovatra; musculosa
  • beer n biro; beer glass bir-bicario; beer house bir-venderío
  • beet n beto
  • beetle n scarabeo || vi salier; superpender || adj beetle-browed cun salianta supercilios
  • befall vt eventer ad
  • befit vt convener ad
  • beflag vt bandariizer
  • befog vt nebulizer; (fig.) confuser
  • before prep (comparison) préfere cam; (place) abante; (in the presence of) coram; (time) ante; before Christ ante Cristo (a.C.); before long prompte; before now ante nun; he arrived before I could warn her ili arivin ante che mi potin adverter eli; he arrived before me ili arivin ante mi; not before yesterday ne ante here; the day before yesterday ante-here; the one before last ante-última || adj (prior) ántea || adv (already) jam; before mentioned ántee mentionita; beforehand ántee
  • befoul vt corupter; desnitifer; sordidifer
  • befriend vt (become friends with) amichecer cun; (help) (amiche) adjuter; favorer
  • beg vt (ask earnestly) precher; suplicher; (ask for alms) mendicher; (request) demander; beg pardon demander perdono; beggar exhauster; pauperifer; ruiner || n beggar (mendicant) mendicanto; beggary pauperazitio || adj beggarly (deplorably bad) mísera; (petty) meschina
  • beget vt (effect) efectifer; producter; (living beings) geniter; nacifer; parturer
  • begin vt cominitier; (start) initier; begin upon laborecer || n beginner cominitianto; debutanto; novicio; beginning cominitio; (origin) fonto; orígino; from the beginning de cominitie; in the beginning cominitiante; cominitie || afx -ecer
  • begone inter departures!; for!; forvades!
  • begonia n begonio
  • begrudge vt invidier (álicu pro álico, álico ad álicu)
  • beguile vt (charm) carminer; (deceive) inganer; (lead astray) seducter; (while away) pasifer (la témporo)
  • behalf n defenso; favoro; por (la interesto, abantajo, etc.); on behalf of en la nómino di
  • behave vi (toward; treat) tracter; (well or badly) comporter || n behavior comporto; manarios
  • behead vt cápit-secher; descapitizer
  • behest n citationo; mandationo
  • behind prep detre; (after, in time) post; to not to be left behind por ne rester détree || adj détrea; (inferior) inferiora; (late) tarda; (next in time) posta; behindhand tarda
  • behold inter ecce!; reguardes!; vides!
  • beholden adj beholden to debitioner; obligata ad
  • behoove vt (be incumbent on) devifer; (befit) convener ad
  • beige adj beja
  • belabor vt (attack) atacher; (beat) batuer; (excessively elaborate) nim-laborer; (harp on) repetaçher
  • Belarus n Bielarusia; Belarusian Bielaruso
  • belated adj tarda
  • belay vt fixer; ligher; (naut) belay that! cesationes de ecuisto!
  • belch vi (burp) ructer || vt belch out ecructer
  • beldam n veculaçhiso
  • beleaguer vt asedier
  • belemnite n belemnito
  • belfry n campanel-turo
  • Belgium n Belghia; Belgian Belgo
  • belie vt (calumniate) calumnier; (contradict) contre-dicer; (disprove) refuter; (misrepresent) false representer
  • belief n crededo; credo; opino; past belief ne credébila
  • believe vt creder; (opine) opiner || adj believable credanda; credébila; probábila
  • belittle vt men-valorifer
  • Belize n Belizia; Belizian Beliziano
  • bell n campanelo; (doorbell) port-campaneleto; (sleighbell) clanghetadiclo; bell pull campanel-cordo; bell steeple campanel-turo; bell-ringer campanel-sonifisto
  • belladonna n (bot.) beladono
  • belle n beliso
  • bellflower n campánulo
  • belligerent adj (at war) gueranta; (quarrelsome) disputema; (warlike) atachema; guerema
  • belllicose adj combatema; guerema
  • bellow vi muger; (scream) crit(az)er; (words) clamer || n bellows forj-sufliclo
  • belly n ventro; (paunch) ventrazo; (rumen) rúmino; (sci.) abdómino; bellyache ventri-doloro; bellyful plen-ventro || vi belly out tumer
  • belong vi apertiner || n belongings posesedos || adj belonging apertinanta
  • beloved adj afectionata; amata; cara; (romantically) amorata
  • below prep (underneath) sub || adj (bottom) infra; (in rank, etc.) inferiora; (underneath) suba; (unworthy) nedigna || adv (at bottom) infre; (underneath) sube
  • belt n cinto; (leather strap) corigio; endless belt cinto sine fino || vt (beat with a belt) cint-batuer; (put a belt on) cintizer
  • belvedere n belvedero
  • bemire vt (cover with mud) fanghizer; (stick in mud) enfanghifer
  • bemoan vt lamenter sopre; planger sopre
  • bench n (judge’s seat) judiciisca sediclo; (long wooden seat) scamno; (of magistrates) judiçado; (raised bank) bermo; (tribunal) corto; tribunalo; (workman’s) labor-ménsulo
  • bend vt curvifer; (arch) archifer; (as the arm) flexer; (as the head) incliner; (one’s efforts, endeavors) aplicher si; directioner; (subdue) domiter; (the brows) contractioner; froncer; bend down incliner || vi curvecer || n (of a pipe) cúbito; (of road, river, etc.) curvo; vial-turnezo; (sinuosity) sinuo || adj bent flexita; (curve-shaped) curva; ganciesca; (tilted) inclinita; be bent on doing something aspirer facer; cercher facer; obstiner sopre facer
  • beneath prep (next under) sub; (notice, etc.) ne valorer la penos; nedigna || adj (below, lower) infra; (next under) suba || adv (below, lower) infre; (next under) sube
  • Benedictine n (liqueur) Benedictan-licuoro; (monk) Benedictano
  • benediction n benedicto
  • benefaction n bon-faço; donationedo; benefactor bon-façanto
  • benefice n beneficio; beneficiary beneficiizedo
  • beneficence n bon-façado; bon-facemitio || adj beneficent bon-façanta; bon-facema; (remedy) bonefectema; beneficial (advantageous) abantajosa; profitifosa; útila; (beneficent) bon-façanta; (healthful) salubra
  • benefit n beneficio; (advantage) abantajo; profito; benefit concert spectáculo di beneficio || vt abantagizer; adjuter; plu-bonifer || vi ganier; profiter
  • benevolence n bon-volitiono || adj benevolent bon-volitionanta; (beneficent) bon-façanta; bon-facema; (of institutions) caritatema; caritatosa
  • Bengal n Bengalia; Bengal finch Japoniana pásero; Bengal tiger Bengaliana tigro
  • benighted adj (overtaken by darkness) par-tenebrizita; (pitifully ignorant) malaze educhita
  • benign adj (gentle) benigna; (not harmful) benigna
  • Benin n Benino; Beninese Beninano
  • benison n benedicto
  • benumb vt torporifer; (from cold) geletifer
  • benzene n benzeno
  • benzine n benzino
  • benzoate n benzoato
  • benzoic acid n benzóica ácido
  • benzoin n (bot.) benzoo; (chem.) benzoíno
  • benzol n benzolo
  • bequeath vt hereditedifer
  • bequest n hereditedifo
  • berate vt reprimendazer
  • Berber n Berbero
  • bereave vt privationer; bereavement privationo
  • beret n bereto
  • bergamot n (citris bergamia) bergamoto; (tree) bergamotífero
  • berkelium n (chem.: Bk) berkelio
  • berlin n (carriage) berlino
  • berm n bermo
  • berry n baco || adj berry-producing bachefanta
  • berth n (anchorage place) ancorijayo; (for ship at dock) doc-placio; warf-placio; (job) emplleo; oficio; (on board ship) cabinet-lecto; nav-lecto; give a wide berth paser fore; tener ye disto fore
  • beryl n berilo
  • beryllium n (chem.: Be) berilio
  • beseech vt implorer; suplicher
  • beseem vt convener ad
  • beset vt (besiege) asedier; (surround) circumder
  • beside prep (close by) juxte; (except) eccepte; exter; (in addition to) ultre; (irrelevant to) neaplichébila ad; nerelatanta ad; beside oneself fola; besides ultre; besides The Sims, she also plays World of Warcraft ultre The Sims, eli jocan anche World of Warcraft || adv besides cétere; pluse; (in comparison with) cómpare; plue; it's a silly language, and besides, no one speaks it li es stulta linguajo, et pluse, nulu parlan li
  • besiege vt asedier
  • besmear vt (bedaub) unger; (besmirch) fanghizer; sordidifer; striizaçher
  • besmut vt carbonizer
  • besom n virghi-scopo
  • besotted adj brutifita; folifita; stupidifita; stuporifita
  • bespatter vt adsparger; fanghizer; maculizer
  • bespeak vt (indicate) indicher; (order in advance) ante-demander
  • besprinkle vt (with liquids) adsparger; (with seeds) seminizer
  • best adj maxim bona; best man (at a wedding) çhefa honor-companiono; have the best of it haber la profito; put the best construction on dationer la maxim bona senso ad; the best part la maxim bonatco; la plu granda parto; lo maxim bona; think it best judicher che lo es (plu) sapienta || adv Daddy knows best Patrucio sapan cuo maxim bone convenan; I like it best of all mi máxime apretian ecuila || n act for the best acter cun la maxim bona intento; acter por lo maxim bona; at best admáxime; en la maxim bona de la casos; it’s all for the best omno es por lo maxim bona fine; the best of the way la plu granda parto di la vialo; to the best of my ability secuno posibilitio; to the best of my knowledge secuno mea sapo (aut) cognoço; to the best of my recollection secuno cuante mi potan memorer || vt (defeat) vincer
  • bestial adj bestiesca || n bestiality bestieschitio; bruteschitio; (sexual intercourse between man and animal) zoofilío
  • bestiarius n (hist.) bestiario
  • bestir vt movecer
  • bestow vt (as a gift) donationer; (attribute) atribuer; (give) dationer; bestow a favor facer favoro; facer servo
  • bestrew vt disseminizer
  • bestride vt (straddle) seder cabáliche sur; ster cun gambos furchesche, aparte sur; (stride over) transpasuer
  • bet vt parier
  • betake vt (oneself) recurser ad; vader ad
  • betel n (chewable stimulant) betelatco; (plant) betelo
  • bethink vt (oneself) considerecer; memorecer
  • betide vi eventer || vt eventer ad
  • betimes adv ante-témpore; preite
  • betoken vt indicher; significher
  • beton n (concrete) betono
  • betony n betonio
  • betray vt (play false) traitioner; (reveal) reveler || n betrayal perfidatco; traitiono
  • better adj plu bona; all the better that tale plu bone che; better late than never plu bona tarde cam jamás; better off en plu bona situationo; get the better of ganier la abantajo; vincer; in lack of better en manco di (álico) plu bona; so much the better tante plu bone || adv plu bone; better and better sempre plu bone || n betterment (plu-)bonifo; betters superioros || vt plu-bonifer
  • between prep inter; (in the middle) medie; between times intertémpore || n between-decks inter-copertono; line between inter-líneo; space between íntera spatio || adj íntera || adv coming in between intercuranta; intereventanta; intervenanta; place between interponer; to be in between interjacer
  • betwixt prep inter
  • bevel n biselo || vt biselizer
  • beverage n bibedo
  • bevy n grupo; trupo
  • bewail vt deplorationer; lamenter sopre; plorer sopre
  • beware vi eser cauta; guarder si; (distrust) desfider
  • bewilder vt confuser; perplexifer
  • bewitch vt incanter; (charm) carminer; (fascinate) faciner || adj bewitching carmin(az)anta; ecstasifanta
  • beyond prep (across, on the other side of) trans; beyond the sea trans la maro; (after) post; beyond the hour post la horo; (apart from) eccepte je; he has no personal staff beyond a secretary li ne haban personalo eccepte je secretario; (in addition to) ultre; beyond a personal staff, he needs a secretary ultre personalo, li besonian secretario; (in excess of) super; beyond all praise super omna laudo; they live beyond their means los expensan plu-multo cam sua rédito; (past) preter; beyond measure nemensurébila; beyond reach neatingébila; he lives a little beyond the cinema li hábitan pauche preter la cínemo; ten km beyond Istanbul deça km preter İstanbul || adv (across, on the other side) transe; (besides, in addition) pluse; últree; (further off) plu distante; plu fore; (past) fore; prétere
  • bezel n castono
  • bezique n bezico
  • bezoar n bezoaro
  • Bhutan n Butania; Bhutanian Butaniano
  • bi- afx (lasting for two) bi-; du- x -a; (occurring once in every two) bi- x -ala; (occurring twice in every one) semi- x -ala
  • biannual adj (occurring twice a year) semi-anuala
  • bias vt incliner; influer; predisposer || adj biased predisposita; (partisan) partitema
  • bib n bab-tuco
  • Bible n biblio; Bible-thumper biblii-brandisto || adj biblical (in accordance with) bibliasca; (pertaining to) bibliisca; (resembling) bibliesca
  • bibliography n bibliografío; bibliographer bibliógrafo || adj bibliographic bibliografiisca
  • bibliomania n bibliomanío; bibliomaniac bibliomaníaco
  • bibliophile n bibliófilo
  • bibulous adj (person) trinchema; (thing) absorbema; absorbiva
  • bicephalous adj bicápita
  • biceps n bicípito
  • bicker vi disputaçher
  • bicolored adj bicolora
  • biconcave adj bicóncava
  • bicornous adj bicorna
  • bicuspid adj bicúspida
  • bicycle n bicicleto; (tall, old-fashioned) bicicletazo; bicyclist bicicletisto || vi bicicletijer
  • bid vt (invite) inviter; (offer a price for) oferer; (order) mandationer; (say) dicer; outbid soroferer cam || vi bid for (attempt) efortier obtiner; bid on facer ófero por || n (at auction, etc.) ófero; (attempt) efortio obtiner
  • bide vi rester || vt bide one’s time atender la justa instanto; atender sua oportuno; patiente atendader
  • bidentate adj bidenta
  • bidet n bideto
  • biennial adj (lasting 2 years) bianua; du-anua; (occurring every 2 years) bianuala
  • bier n féretro
  • bifurcate vi (dis)furcheschecer || adj bifurcated furchesca
  • big adj granda; Big Bang Granda Exploso; (bulky) masiva; (difficult) big words difícila vocábulos; (elder) plu vécula; plu-etatanta; Big Brother is watching you Plu Vécula Fratro reguardan vi; (fat) gurda; (generous) generosa; big of you! cuala generositio vua!; (heavily built) corpulenta; (important) importanta; (intense) big kiss forta basio; (pregnant) grávida; (serious) you’re making a big mistake vi es cominitianta on grava eroro; (thick) grosa; (well known) he’s big in publishing ili es valde cognoçata en la editisca mundo; big band big-band; to be big on eser fanático sopre; to make bigger plu-grandifer; big-bellied ventruda; big-boned ostuda; big-breasted mamuda || adv talk big fanfaroner; importizer si; parler ostente; parler superbe || n bigness granditio
  • bigamous adj bígama || n bigamist bígamo; bigamy bigamitio
  • bight n (geographic curve) sinuo; (small bay) bayeto
  • bigot n bigoto; piaçho
  • bikini n bichinio
  • bilateral adj bilátera
  • bilberry n mirtilo
  • bile n bilo || adj biliary bilisca; bilious bilosa
  • bilge n (bilgewater) sentin-acuo; (naut.) sentin-curvatco; sentino; (nonsense) sine senso
  • bilingual adj bilinguaja
  • bilk vt frauder
  • bill n (account) calculatco; conto; bills payable paghenda contos; (banknote) banchi-bileto; bill broker bilet-agento; discontisto; bill of credit crédit-bileto; bill payable on demand bileto paghenda an presentationo; bill payable to bearer bileto paghenda ad la portationanto; make a bill payable to facer bileto (aut trato) paghenda ad; (beak) beco; (declaration) atesto; declarationo; bill of divorce edicto je divortio; bill of entry enduan-declarationo; bill of health certifatco je salubritio; bill of rights declarationo je yuros; (draft of a law) lej-projecto; pass a bill aprober on lej-projecto; throw out a bill forjacter (aut) refuser on lej-projecto; (draft, bill of exchange) cambii-letro; trato; draw a bill on trater; (invoice) facturo; bills payable paghenda facturos; bills payable on sight facturos paghenda an vido; receipted bill cuitifita facturo; (list) listo; bill of costs expens-listo; legisca costos; bill of fare menuto; bill of lading cognoçamento; playbill programo; (notice) afigedo; billboard afij-tábulo; afijayo; billposter afigisto; billposting afiger; fit the bill haber la profilo; satisfacer la besonio; handbill advis-folio; anuntii-folio; post no bills afiger prohibata; (tool) billhook runco || vt (theat.) anuntier; enprogramifer; presentationer
  • billet n (firewood) ardi-ligno; ligni-bloco; (heraldry) bilieto; (mil.) acantonayo; billet-doux amor-létero || vt logizer; (mil.) acantoner || vi logejer; (mil.) acantonezer
  • billiards n (game) biliardo; billiard ball biliard-bulo; billiard cloth biliard-telo; billiard cue biliard-bastono; billiard hall biliardayo; billiard table biliard-ménsulo
  • billion n (10⁹) miliardo
  • billow n undazo; rise in billows undefer || adj billowy undazosa
  • bilobate adj biloba
  • bimanuous adj bimanua
  • bimetalic adj bimetala || n bimetallism bimetalismo
  • bin n cofro; -uyo; trash bin versuruyo
  • binary adj binaria; binary file binaria documento
  • bind vt (bandage) bandagizer; bandaj-ligher; (books) religher; (brochures, magazines) cuadernifer; (chain) caten-ligher; catenizer; (compel) coacter; obligher; (cramp) constricter; (hinder) impeder; incomoder; (hold together) cohesifer; unioner; (indenture) aprendistifer; (legal) obligher aparer; (tie) cord-ligher; cordizer; ligher; bind fast ligher firme; bind together cun-ligher; (trim) bordizer; (with strips of paper) bendizer || n (leather) binding (books) (coria) religatco; bookbinder relighisto; ring binder anel-documentuyo || adj binding (obligatory) obligata; bound up (in a subject) absorbita
  • bindweed n convólvulo
  • binnacle n habitáculo
  • binocular adj du-oculerisca || n binoculars binóculo
  • binomial n binomio || adj binomiisca
  • biochemistry n (process) biochimo; (sci.) biochimío
  • biodynamics n biodinámico
  • biogenesis n biogéneso
  • biography n biografío; biographer biógrafo || adj biographical biografiisca
  • biology n biologhío; biologist biólogo
  • biomass n biomaso
  • bionic adj bionichisca || n bionics biónico
  • biophysics n biofísico
  • biopsy n biopsio
  • biorhythm n biorithmo
  • biosphere n biosfero
  • biotechnology n biotecnologío
  • bipartisan adj bipartitana
  • biped n bipedo || adj bipedal bipeda
  • biplane n biplano
  • birch n (rod) virgo; (tree) betulo; birchwood betul-ligno || vt virg-batuer
  • bird n aucelo; as the bird flies aucel-vade; bird nest aucel-nido; bird of paradise paradis-aucelo; bird of prey rapt-aucelo; bird’s eye view aucel-vido; vido de supre; kill two birds with one stone facer dua cosos per una stroco; migratory bird migranta aucelo; birdlime árbor-glútino
  • bireme n biremo
  • biretta n bireto
  • birth n naço; (begetting) génito; (childbirth) parturo; (origin) cominitio; orígino; birth mother biologhiasca matro; genitoriso; birthday naç-aniversario; birthmark naç-máculo; birthplace naç-loco; naç-paeso; birthright heréditi-yuro; birthwort aristolochio || vt give birth to nacifer; parturer
  • biscione n (herald.) biciono
  • biscotto n biscoto
  • biscuit n (small cake of shortened bread leavened with baking soda) bischito; (Brit.: crisp wafer) biscocto; [savory] crachero; gran-biscocto; [sweet] cuc-biscocto; cuchio
  • bisect vt bisecher || n bisector bisecanto
  • bisexual adj bisexema
  • bishop n epíscopo; bishop’s chair cáthedro
  • bismuth n (chem.: Bi) bismutho
  • bison n (Bison bison) bisonto
  • bisque n (ceramics) biscuito; (soup) bisco
  • bister n (pigment) bistro
  • bistoury n scalpelo
  • bistro n bistroto
  • bisulfate n bisulfato
  • bisulfite n bisulfito
  • bit n (horse’s) morso; (mouthful) plen-buco; (piece) pauco; petieto; bit by bit paucope; petietope; every bit íntegro; omna partos; not a bit tote ne; (tech.) bito; (tool) forationicli-puntalo
  • bitch n (female dog) caniniso; (shrewish woman) conio; feminaçho; ’sup, bitches? cuo nova, conios?; (unpleasant thing) afaraçho; cosaçho; my bitch of a boss mea çhefaçho || vi (grumble) planjaçher
  • bite vt morder; bite off more than one can chew asumpter nim multe; (be duped) inganezer; (chew) masticher; (fish) morder; (pinch) pincer; (sting) picher || n (act) mordo; (mouthful) plen-buco; (of a tool) mordo; (result) mordatco || adj biting mordanta; mordema; (fig.) amara; cáustica; picanta
  • bitt n (naut.) bitono
  • bitter adj amara; bitter almonds amara amándulos; bitter vetch (bot.) ervo; to make bitter amarifer; bittersweet acri-dulça || adv cry bitterly plorer amare || n bitter thing amaro; bitterness amaritio; bittercress (bot.) cardamino; bittersweet (bot.) dulç-amaro
  • bittern n botauro
  • bitumen n bitúmino || adj bituminous bitúmina; bituminífera; bituminisca
  • bivalve inter biválvulo
  • bivouac n bivaco || vi bivachejer
  • biweekly adj (every two weeks) biseptimanala; (twice a week) semi-septimanala
  • bizarre adj bizara; extránea
  • blab vt (divulge) divulgher || vi (gossip) comatraler
  • black adj nigra; black and blue lívida; black arts necromantío; black eye lívida óculo; black hole nigra forámino; black humor nigra humuro; black letter góthic-lítero; black locust (bot.: Robinia pseudoacacia) robinio; black pudding (blood sausage) sánguin-salsicio; Black Sea Nigra Maro; deep black nigraza; dye black nigrizer; tinger nigra; blackguard canaliesca; grosaria; insultosa || adv look black at reguarder desfavore || n (color) nigro; (person) nigro; blacking polimentumo; blackness nigritio; blackberry rubo; blackbird mérulo; blackboard nigri-tábulo; blackguard canalio; blackhead comedono; blacklead grafito; blackleg fraudisto; blacklist nigri-listo; blackout extinguazo; blacksmith forgisto; blackthorn prunelífero || vt (polish) polimenter; (put black on) nigrizer; black the character of denigrationer; blacken nigrifer; blackball refuser votatione; ripulser; blackguard invectiver; blacklist ennigrilistifer; nigrilistijer; poner sur la nigri-listo; blackmail çhantajer || vi blacken nigrecer
  • bladder n vesico
  • bladdernut n (fruit) stafilo
  • blade n (of a knife, sword) lamno; (flat portion) platatco; (of an oar, propellor) palito; (of grass) herbo(folio)
  • blague n burlo
  • blame vt blasmer; culpizer || n (act) blasmo; culpizo; (fault) culpo || adj blamable blasmanda; blameless inocenta; sine culpo
  • blanch vi blanchecer; palidecer || vt blanchifer; palidifer; (hort.) etioler
  • blancmange n blanchi-manjo; crem-geleo
  • bland adj insípida
  • blandish vt blander || n blandishment adulo; blando
  • blank adj vacua; (bare) nuda; vacua; (cartridge) sine cuglo; (disconcerted) confusita; sine expreso; vacua; (fig.) blanca; (page) sine scribo; (screen) sine imágino; blank book cuaderno; blank verse blanca verso
  • blanket n (for bed) coperturo; lana coperticlo; (of snow) niva coperticlo || vt coperter; inveloper
  • blare vi sonazer; soner laute
  • blarney n blando || vt blander
  • blasé adj blasita
  • blaspheme vi blasfemer || n blasphemy blasfemo || adj blasphemous blasfemosa
  • blast n (blare) sonazo; (explosion) dispar(az)o; explos(az)o; (good time) festazo; (gunfire) dispar(az)o; sonazo; (reprimand) reprimendazo; reproçhazo; (wind) sufl(az)o; venti-colpo; blast engine sufli-máchino; blast furnace furnazo || vt (blight) marcifer; (destroy) destructer; ruiner; (lightning, excommunication) fulminer (contre); (rend) finder; (reprimand) reprimendazer; reproçhazer || vi (explode) exploser; (gust) suflazer; vent-colper
  • blastema n blastemo
  • blatant adj fanfarosa; flagranta
  • blather vi parladaçher
  • blaze n ardo; flagro; flamazo; (of buildings) incendio; (shine) brilo || vt (trees) marchizer; blaze a trail aperer on vialo; pionerejer || vi flagrer; flamefer; (be ardent) arder; (shine) briler; blaze away (shoot continuously) disparer continue
  • blazer n (jacket) blazero
  • blazon n (armorial bearings) blasono || vt (fig.) proclamationer
  • bleach vt blanchifer; (chem.) descolorizer || n (chem.) descolorizivo
  • bleachers n (grad-)scamnado
  • bleak adj (gloomy) desolationita; sombra; trista; (harsh) severa; (inhospitable) austera; desolationita; nehospitema; nelogiva; (unpromising) nepromisosa; things are looking bleak for him afaros semblan mala por ili; (weather) frígida; glaciesca || n (zool.) alburelo
  • blear vt nebulizer || adj bleary-eyed nébul-ócula
  • bleat vi bleter
  • bleed vi (lose blood) sanguinefer; bleed to death sanguinefer usche morto; his nose is bleeding iluya naso sanguinefan; (seep out) exuder || vt (draw blood) haurer sánguino; (draw out) haurer; (exploit) bleed dry par-exploter; par-sucter la sánguino de; (leak) lecher; (make seep out) exudifer || adj bleeding-heart liberal nim sentimentema liberalo
  • blemish n defecto; deformifatco; lesionatco; neperfectatco; (moral) deshonoratco; (stain) máculo || vt defectizer; deformifer; (stain) maculizer
  • blend vt cunfusioner; (inter)mixturer || n blender blendero
  • blende n blendo
  • bless vt benedicter; bless my soul! Deo benedictes mi!; bless oneself facer la cruci-signo || n blessing benedicto || adj blessed (beatific) beata; (fortunate) feliça; (Virgin, etc.) santa; be blessed with eser fortunose dotizita per; fruer; haber la felicitio di; haber la fortuno di
  • bletonist n hidroscopiisto; bletonism hidroscopiismo
  • blight n (plague) pesto; (plant disease) robígino; (wilt) março || vt (afflict with plant disease) robiginizer; (plague) pestizer; (ruin) ruiner; (wither) marcifer
  • blimp n blimpo
  • blind adj ceca; become blind cechecer; blind alley stradeto sine éxito; blind from birth ceca dex naço; nace ceca; blind person ceco; born blind li nacin ceca || n (for window) rótul-cortino; Persian blind listel-forículo; Venetian blind listel-cortino; blinders (for horse) óculi-schermos; blindness cechitio; blindfold ócul-bandajo; blindman’s bluff cec-joco || vt cechifer
  • blink vt (the eyes) palpebrijer || vi (sparkle) cintilefer || n blinkers (auto.) gir-lámpado
  • bliss n beatitio || adj blissful beata
  • blister n bulio || vi buliefer
  • blithe adj alecre indiferenta
  • blizzard n blizardo; niv-tempestatazo
  • bloat vt infler || vi inflezer; tumer || adj bloated inflita; tuminta
  • block vt (obstruct) barer; impeder; incumbrer; obstructer || n (of buildings) civitatisca bloco; (of stone, etc.) bloco; (pulley) poleo; stumbling block obstáculo; blockhouse blochauso
  • blog n blogo
  • blond(e) adj blonda; blonde bombshell explosiva blondo
  • blood n sánguino; (gallant) eleganto; galanto; (kinship) parentitio; racio; (temperament) temperamento; blood and thunder melodramo; blood cell glóbulo; blood feud (inter-)vindictado; blood heat sánguin-temperaturo; temperaturo di sánguino; blood horse pur-raciisca cabalo; blood red sanguinea; sanguinesche rúbea; blood sausage sánguin-salsicio; blood vessel sánguin-vásculo; in cold blood sine compasiono; next of blood próxima parento; spit blood sánguin-sputer; stir one’s blood emotionifer si; to make one’s blood run cold glaciifer la sánguino; terorer; bloodguilt occis-culpo; bloodhound cacii-canino; hundo; bloodletting sánguin-ectiro; bloodlust sánguin-sito; bloodshed sánguin-ecfuso; bloodstone heliotropo; bloodstream sánguin-curento; sánguin-fluo; bloodsucker sanguisugo || adj bloodless sine sánguin-ecfuso; sine sánguino; (pale) pálida; bloody sanguinosa; (Brit.) maledictita; bloody hell! futuer!; merdo!; bloodshot (sánguin-)injectizita; bloodthirsty sánguin-ávida; sánguin-sitanta; (book, film, etc.) sánguin-amanta
  • bloom vi florefer || n (flower) floro; in the full bloom of youth en la floro di juvenitio; later bloomer tarda floro
  • blossom n floro; (bud) gérmino || vi florefer; (bud) germinefer
  • blot n (spot, stain) (encausti-)máculo || vt blot out (cross out) obliterer; (efface) efacier; (exterminate) exterminer; (hide) absconder; (obscure) obscurifer || adj blotting paper absorbiva papero
  • blotch n máculo || vt maculizer
  • blouse n bluso
  • blow vt sufler; (a fuse) ardifer; (bungle) aburicher; (fellate) sucter; they can blow me if they think I’m quitting los suctes mi se los credan che mi dismisionun; (inflate) infler; (one’s nose) suflifer sua naso; (strongly affect) you’re blowing my mind! vi halucinifan mi!; (wind instruments) sonifer; blow down (vente, sufle) abatimenter; (vente, sufle) destructer; (vente, sufle) renverser; blow out ecsufler; (candle) extinter; (one’s brains) ecfocilijer (sua cerebro) || vi sufler; (be unpleasant) this blows! ecuisto es on merdo!; (be windy) venter; it’s blowing a gale lo fort-ventan; (bloom) florefer; (fuse) arder; (pant) anheler; blow hot and cold vaciler; blow out (fuse) arder; blow over (pass) (preter-)sufler; blow up (explode) exploser || n colpo; (bloom) florefo; (cocaine) cocaíno; (gale) tempestateto; ventazo; (misfortune) desfortuno, -atco; at one blow per una sola stroco; exchange of blows interbatuo; knock-down blow nocaut-colpo; return blow retro-colpo; to come to blows combatecer; blow-by-blow plen-detaliatche; blow-fly califórido; blowgun zarabatano; blowpipe (tool) sufli-túbulo
  • blowsy adj desneta
  • blubber n balen-grasio || vi ploraçher
  • bludgeon n clavono || vt clavonijer
  • blue adj blava; (clear blue) clar-blava; (dark blue) obscur-blava; (depressed) melancoliosa; trista; (livid) lívida; Blue Peter departur-bandario; bluish blavesca || n (blueness) blavitio; (color) blavo; bluing blaviziclo; bluebell campánulo; bluebottle cianelo || vt (become blue) blavecer; (linens) blavetifer; (make blue) blavifer
  • bluff vi blufer || n (escarpment) scarpo; (headland) promontorio || adj (brusque) brusca
  • blunder vi eroraçher; erorazer; (botch) aburicher; (grope along) taxiter || n eroraçho; erorazo; mispasuo
  • blunderbuss n donderbuso
  • blunt adj (not sharp) obtusa; sine puntalo; blunt instrument contusiva instrumento; (outspoken) cándida; directa; sine ceremonio || n (marijuana cigar) blunt || vt (dull) ficer sine puntalo; obtusifer; (weaken) alevier; amorter; debilifer; limitizer
  • blur n nebulesco; nébulo || vt confuser; nebulizer || adj blurred confusita; nebulizita; blurry nebulesca; nebulosa; neclara; nedicernébila
  • blurt vt dicer sine penso; lacer escaper
  • blush vi (genal-)rubeecer; verecundecer || n fardo
  • bluster vi fanfaronaçher; furiaçher; simuler audacio; (winds) tempestater; ventazer || n blusterer bravaçho; fanfaronaçhanto
  • boa n boo; (garment) plum-boo
  • boar n (male pig) porchiçho; (tusked) apro
  • board n tábulo; (committee) comitato; consiliantado; (food) mangedo; nutrivado; above board aperte; neabscondate; on board en-nave; room and board pensionalo; (cost) pensional-pretio; boarder (food and lodging) pensionalano; (in school) pensionalano; (of an enemy’s ship) abordanto; asaltanto; boarding house pensionalo; boarding school pensional-scolo || vt (go aboard) aborder; vader sur; (provide food for) alimenter; (with planks) tabulizer || vi (lodge and take meals) eser pensionalano
  • boast vi fanfaroner || vt (possess) orgulie poseser; ostenter
  • boat n barco; (barge) bargo; (dinghy) batelo; (ship) navo; (skiff) schifo; boat captain barchi-çhefo; boat race regato; boatful plen-barco; boating barc-veher; boathook gancii-stango; boathouse barchi-hangaro; boatman barchisto
  • bob vi (up and down) bilanciacter; saltetader || vt (a horse’s tail) curtifer; recorter; (hairstyle) careizer || n (cork) corcatco; (fishing float) floatationatco; (hairstyle) careo; (pendant) pendanto; (pendulum) péndulo; (shilling) shilling; bobsled bobo || adj bobtailed cun caudo curtifita
  • bobbin n bobino
  • bobby n politiano, -açho
  • bode vt augurier
  • bodice n corsajo
  • bodkin n (capil-)spínulo; (lacii-)acazo; (lacii-)tiriclo; (typ.) puntioniclo
  • body n córporo; body linen corporisca telado; (chief part) fundo; principala parto; the body of the case la fundo di la afaro; la materio di delicto; (collection of people) asociitado; corporationo; personado; in a body amase; entote; public body corporationo; (consistency) firmitio; soliditio; (corpse) cadávero; (geom.) sólido; (nave) navo; (object) objecto; heavenly body astro; celisca córporo; (of matter) maso; (person) cherlo; persono; (stalk) caulelo; (substance) substantio; (torso) torso; (trunk) trunco; bodyguard córpor-guardist(ad)o; bodysnatcher cadáver-furtisto || adj bodiless sine córporo; bodily (concerning the body) corporisca; (material) materia || adv bodily he hurled himself bodily at the President ili jactazin si per sua tota peso contre la Presidento; lift someone bodily lever álicu entote; the audience moved bodily to the front la audientado movezin amase usche la abanteatco || afx -bodied di x córporo
  • bog n paludo || vt bog down enpaludifer
  • bogey n (bogeyman) bugo; (golf) boghio || vt (golf) boghier
  • boggle vi mirabiliazezer; (hesitate) consternezer; hesiter || vt mirabiliazer
  • bogie n (mech.) bogio
  • bogus adj falsa; frauda; (poor quality) mala; Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey La mala viajo di Bill et Ted
  • bohrium n (chem.: Bh) borio
  • boil vi bulitioner; boil over superbulitioner; boil slowly bulitioneter; lente bulitioner; (bubble) bulbulefer || vt bulitionifer; (cook by boiling) bulition-cociner || n (med.) furúnculo; boiler (culin.) bulition-aulo; bulitionuyo; calderoneto; (mech.) caldario; boiler room caldariayo; boiling point bulition-punto; double boiler (culin.) bulition-bálneo; boilerhouse caldarii-edificio || adj boiling hot bulition-caldaza
  • boisterous adj descuieta; petulanta; tumultosa; violentiema; violentiosa
  • bold adj (courageous) audaciosa; brava; corajosa; rischema; sine pavoro; (presumptuous) presumptema; presumptosa; (shameless) sine pudoro; sine verecundo; be so shameless as audacier; permiser ad si; prender la liberitio; boldfaced sine pudoro; sine verecundo
  • bole n trunco
  • bolero n (dance) bolero
  • boletus n (bot.) boleto; boletus edulis nobiliar-boleto
  • bolide n (astron.) bólido
  • Bolivia n Bolivia; Bolivian Boliviano
  • bollard n bolardo
  • bologna n bolonio
  • Bolshevik n Bolshevisto; Bolshevism Bolshevismo
  • bolster n (pillow) apodii-coxino; (support) apodiiclo || vt (support) apodier; bolster up subtener; (fig.) adjuter; sustiner
  • bolt n (a threaded pin requiring a wrench) bulono; (any threaded pin) vitclovo; (crossbow arrow) cuadrelo; (deadbolt) pésulo; (for rock climbing) áncor-bulono; (of cloth) rotulatco; (of firearms) (percus-)pésulo; (of lightning) fulminatco; fúlmino || vt (a door) pesulijer; (join by bolts) bulonijer; bolt oneself in encluder si per bulonijo || vi (flee) fuger || adv bolt upright tote recte
  • bolus n (combined dosage) dosazo; (large pill) pilulazo; (lump) maseto
  • bomb n bombo; bomb maker bombefisto; bomber (aero) bomb-aviono || adj bombproof bomb-eprobita; eprobita contre bombos
  • bombard vt bombarder || n bombardier bombardisto; bombardment bombardo
  • bombast n declamationaçho; fanfarono; grandiosa parlo || adj bombastic declamationaçh(os)a; pompaçhosa; pretensema
  • bombín n (hat) bombino
  • bon mot n argutatco
  • bon ton n eleganta mondumo
  • bon vivant n bon-vivanto
  • bona fide adj authéntica; certa; reala; sincera; vera || n bona fides fidanditio
  • bonbon n bonbono
  • bond n (bail) cautiono; (comm.) bonded warehouse duan-magasino; put goods into bond enduanifer; take goods out of bond ecduanifer; (contract) contracto; (fin.) obligationo; (link) lighiclo; (psych) stabilimentizo je lighiclos; (surety) guaranto; bondage (captivity) captititio; (serfdom) serfitio; (sexual practice) bondajo; (slavery) sclavitio; bonds (fetters) catenos; (handcuffs) manículo; bondholder obligationígero; bondsman guarantanto; responsanto || vt ligher; (comm.) enduanifer; (psych) stabilimentizer lighiclos
  • bone n osto; bone black osti-carbono; bone of contention themo di dísputo; boner (erection) erection(atc)o; to make no bones ne haber scrúpulos || vt desosizer; (vulg.) futuer || adj osta; ostisca; boneless desosizita; sine osto; bony ostosa; (lean) macraçha; macraza; bone-dry tote sica
  • bonfire n focatazo
  • bong n (water pipe) baungo
  • bonnet n (engine) capoto; (rimless cap) bonito; (woman’s, child’s) cofio
  • bonny adj alecra; bela; dulça
  • bonus n extre-pago; (commission money) comision-pago; (fin., insur.) premio || adj extra; gratúita
  • boo inter bu!
  • boob n (breast) teto; (fool) stulto; stúpido; (mistake) eroraçho
  • book n libro; (register) registruyo; book of fiction romancio; booking registro; (order of goods) peto; (reservation) reservo; booking clerk biletisto; booking office bilet-oficino; booklet libreto; bookbinder relighisto; bookbindery religherío; bookcase libri-plancado; bookkeeper contisto; registristo; bookkeeping contado; registrado; bookmaker (bookie) bucmáchero; bookmark págin-marco; bookseller libri-vendisto; bookshelf libri-planco; bookshop libri-venderío; bookstall libri-chiosco; bookworm bibliófilo || vt (make a record of) enscriber; registrer; (order goods, an appointment) peter; (reserve) reserver || adj bookish (person) librema; (style) libresca
  • boom n sonazo; tónitro; (growth) creço; (naut.) bomo; vel-stango; (of a crane) brachio; (pole) (micrófon-)pértico; (prosperity) próspero; boom gate barero; boom operator microfonisto || vi sonazer; tonitrer; (grow) crecer; (prosper) prosperer || inter bum!
  • boomerang n bumerango
  • boon n abantajo; adjuto; benedicto || adj íntima
  • boor n grosario; rusticaçho || adj boorish desgentila; grosaria; negentila
  • boost vt (augment) augmenter; (elec: amplify) amplificher; (lift) lever; pulser (de sube); (steal) furter; (support) patrociner; subtener || n booster augmentanto; (promoter) propagandisto; reclamisto; (supporter) patrocinedoro; subtenanto; (thief) furtisto; booster club patrocin-clubo; booster shot imunifiva injecto; rivaccinizo
  • boot n boto; (kick) ped-colpo; (trunk) bagajuyo; boot camp intrain-campejayo; half boot boteto; to boot pluse; bootblack politmentisto; bootjack desbotiziclo; bootlegger (liquor) contrabandisto; (music, software, edition, etc.) pirato; bootstrap botiziclo; lift one’s self up by one’s own bootstraps succeser per sua propria peno || vt (kick) ped-colper; (kick out) ec-pedcolper; (put boots on) botizer; boot up initier; starter; bootleg (liquor) contrabander; (music, software, edition, etc.) piratier || adj bootless (useless) neútila; sine profito; vana; bootleg (liquor) contrabandita; (music, software, edition, etc.) piratiita
  • booth n (at a fair) baraco; (kiosk) chiosco; (tent) tento; (voting, telephone) cabino
  • booty n despoliatco; raubedo
  • booze n trinchedo || vi trincher; (excessively) trincaçher; trincazer
  • borage n (bot.) borágino
  • borax n boraço
  • borborygmus n (med.) borborigmo
  • border n bordo; límito; (margin) márgino; (of a country) frontario; (trimming) bordumo; border town frontariisca civitateto || vt bordizer; vicineser ad || vi border on (resemble) simileser ad || adj bordering contigua (ad); júxtea; limitizanta; vicina
  • bore vt (bore smooth) aleser; (drill: surg.) tripanijer; (drill: with rotation) forationer; bore through traforationer; (drill: without rotation) foraminefer; perforer; (hollow out) cavifer; excaver; (weary from disinterest or inaction) inodier; (weary from tedium) tedier || vi to be bored inodiezer || n (annoyance) inodi(ant)o; tedi(ant)o; (hole) forámino; forationatco; (of a gun) calibro; interna diámetro; tidal bore maschereto || adj bored inodiata; tediata
  • boreal adj boreala
  • Boreas n Bórea; nord-vento
  • born adj nacinta; born after post-nacinta; born again rinacinta; born for destinita ad; born salesman nace vendisto; nature vendisto; to be born nacer; (fig.) aparer; cominitier
  • boron n (chem.: B) boro
  • borough n (civitati-)districto; municipio; (bourg) burgo
  • borrow vt impromutuer || adj borrowed name falsa nómino
  • bosh n absurdatco; sine-senso
  • bosk n bosc(het)o
  • Bosnia n Bosnia; Bosnian Bosniano
  • bosom n (chest) péctoro; (fig., of the church, et al.) cordio; seno; (woman’s breasts) mamado; mamos; (woman’s chest) seno || adj (intimate) íntima; bosomy mamuda
  • boss n (arch.) bocio; (chief) çhefo; directionisto; superioro; (foreman) subçhefo; (manager) geranto; (owner, employer) patrono; (protuberance) bocio; convexatco; gibo; I like to be my own boss mi préferan guberner mea propria afaros; I’m the boss here hic comandan mi; OK, you’re the boss bona, vi comandan
  • botany n botánico; botanist botanichisto || vt botanize botanichizer || adj botanical botanichisca
  • both adj amba; (nos, vos, los) dua || adv anche; cune; due; both you and I saw it vi et anche mi vidin lo; vi tan multe cam mi vidin lo; he both plays and sings ili ludan et pluse cantan; we were both hungry and thirsty nos simultánee fáminin et sitin || prn ambi; la dua; both were drunk ambi esin ebria; they both went amba los vadin; los dua vadin
  • bother vt (inconvenience) incomoder; (irritate) iriter; (pester) molester; (weary) tedier; (worry, disquiet) destrancuilifer || vi (worry, fuss) destrancuilecer (sopre, pro)
  • Botswana n Botsuana; Botswanan Botsuanano
  • bottle n botelo; bottle blonde falsa blondo; sell by the bottle vender botelope || vt enbotelifer
  • bottom n (external) basamento; infratco; (foundation) basamento; fundamento; fundationatco; (internal) fundo; (of foot) plantaro; (of person) detreatco; (of ship) carino; (of shoe) sóleo; (of street) extrematco; fino; at the bottom infre; from top to bottom de la fundo usche la tecto; probe the bottom cercher la causos, la factos; examiner la basamento (di la cuestiono); to be at the bottom of eser la principala instiganto; to go to the bottom par-afundezer; to the bottom (with movement) adinfre; touch bottom tocher la fundo || adj bottomless sine fundo; sine-funda; flat bottomed boat platfundera barco; the bottom line (essential point) la fundamentisco; (final total, outcome) la neta resulto; (minimum) la mínimo acceptébila || inter bottoms up! parbibes!
  • botulism n botulismo
  • boudoir n budorio
  • bough n ramo; The Golden Bough La aurea ramo
  • bought adj to be bought for coster
  • bougie n (med.) bugio
  • bouillon n buliono
  • boulevard n bolevardo
  • bounce vt (ri)saltadifer || vi (ri)saltader
  • bound vi (leap) (ri)salter || vt (limit) limitizer; terminizer || n (leap) (ri)salto; (limit) frontario; límito; término; send bounds to limitizer || adj (morally) coactata; obligata; (physically) lighita; relighita; (surrounded) circumdata; bound for directionezanta ad; bounden duty sacra devo; boundless nelimitizita; nemensurébila; sine límito
  • boundary n límito; (frontier) frontario; boundary mark término
  • bounty n (generosity) generositio, -atco; (gift) donationedo; (prize) premio; (reward) recompenso || adj bounteous, bountiful abundanta; generosa
  • bourgeois adj (person) burghesa; (thing) burghesisca || n bourgeoisie burghesado
  • bourse n borso
  • boustrophedon n bustrófedo
  • bout n (match) combato; contesto; (of drinking) trincado; (of illness) ataco; (period) período
  • bovine adj bovesca; bovisca
  • bow n (arc) arco; bow window arca fenestro; (bend) curvo; flexo; (obeisance) reverentio; deep bow profunda reverentio; (of a ribbon) nodo; (of ship) abanteatco; proro; bowline bolino; bowsprit busprito; (of violin) archeto; (weapon) arm-arco; bowman arm-archisto; bowstring arm-archisca cordo; strángul-cordo || vt (bend) flexer; (head) basifer; incliner; with bowed head cun çhefo inclinita || vi (assent) asenser; (in obeisance) reverentier; bow out (cortese) ectirer si || adj bow-legged curv-gambífera; bowed curva; (stooping) inclinita
  • bowels n intestinado; víceros; (fig.) internatcos; profundatco; bowel movement vacuifo je la ventro; bowel pain cólico; void the bowels vacuifer la intestinado
  • bower n (covered passageway) pérgulo; (sitting area) perguleto
  • bowl n (dish) bolo; bowling bólingo; bowling alley bolingayo || vt (roll) rotuler; (sport) bolingher; bowl over abatimenter; mirabiliazer || vi (roll) rotulezer
  • bowler n (hat) bombino
  • box n capso; (chest) cofro; (trunk) viaj-cofro; box cover capsi-coperticlo; box office biletayo; boxcar vagono; cardboard box cartona capso; (bot.) box tree buxo; (sport) boxer boxisto; boxing gloves box-guantazos; boxing match box-combato; (theat.) logio; (zool.) boxer bóxer; boxer shorts (underpants) calceono || vt (put in boxes) encapsifer || vi (sport) boxer
  • boy n (baby) infantiçho; (gamin) gamin(içh)o; (minor) minoreniçho; (young) pueriçho; (young man) adulteçantiçho; juveniçho; boyhood adulteçantiçhitio; juveniçhitio; pueriçhitio || adj boyish juveniçhesca; pueriçhesca
  • boyar n boyaro
  • boycott vt boicoter || n boicoto
  • bra n mam-subteniclo
  • brace n (brassard) bracialo; (drill) gir-forationiclo; (naut.) bracio; (pair) paro; (prop) apodiiclo; suporticlo; (typ.) flexosa paréntheso; braces (dent.) denti-corectificlos; (masonry) armaturo; (suspenders) bretelos || vt (fortify) fortifer; (naut.) braciijer; (prop) apodier; suporter || adj bracing fortifanta; fortifiva; sanifiva
  • bracelet n bracialeto
  • brachial adj brachiisca
  • brachiate vi brachiationer
  • brachiopod n brachiópodo
  • brachycephaly n brachicefalitio
  • bracken n (bot.) filicario
  • bracket n (corbel) corvelo; (support) (orthógona) subteniclo; (typ.) cuadrata paréntheso
  • brackish adj sal-saporífera; saloseta
  • bract n (bot.) brácteo
  • brad n cloveto sine cápito
  • brag vi fanfaroner || n braggart fanfaronemo
  • Brahman n Bráman
  • brahmin n bramano
  • braid vt triciifer; (interlace) (inter)plecter; (trim with braid) galonizer; pasamentizer || n (galloon) galono; (passement) pasamento; (tress) tricio
  • brain n cerebro; (head) cápito; (mind) intelecto; mento; (skull) cranio; blow one’s brains out ecfocilijer sua cerebro; brain drain fujo da cerebros; brain fever cerebrisca febro; brain tumor cerebrisca tumoro; did you eat a brain tumor for breakfast? escue vi dejunin on cerebrisca tumoro?; softening of the brain debileço di la mento; brainchild inventatco; parturatco di ingenio; personisca ideo || vt come back here so that I may brain thee! rivenes ad hic por che mi rumpes tua cranio! || adj brainless neinteligenta; sine cerebro; stulta; stúpida
  • braise vt bras-cociner; brasier
  • brake n (for wheel, etc.) freno; (hist: shooting-brake, wagonette) shutinbreco; apply the brake frenijer; release the brake desfrenijer; brakeman frenisto || vi frenijer
  • bramble n rubífero
  • bran n fúrfuro; bran bread fúrfur-pano
  • branch n branco; (admin., sci.) departimento; (bough) ramo; (comm.) filialo; (of family) branco; branch bank filiala banco || vi branch off bifurcher; branch out extensezer
  • branchia vi branchio
  • branchiopod n branchiópodo
  • brand n (burning wood) titiono; (commercial) fábric-marco; brand loyalty fidelitio ad marco; (kind, quality) cualitio; specio; (on livestock) (ardifi)-marco; (stigma) stigmo; branding iron ardifi-marchiziclo || vt (ardifi-)marchizer; stigmizer || adj brand new tote nova
  • brandish vt brander
  • brandy n brandio || adj brandied brandiizita
  • brass n latono; (effrontery) insolentitio; the brass (mus.) la laton-instrumentos; the top brass la granda çhefos
  • brat n pueraçho
  • bravado n bravato; act with bravado bravater
  • brave adj corajosa; (confidently courageous) brava; (daring) audaciosa; be brave! corajo! || n (person) bravo; bravery bravatco; bravitio || vt defier; frontalejer
  • bravo inter brava! || n (assassin) asasinisto
  • bravura n bravuro
  • brawl n (bawl) clamaçho; (fight) rixo; (quarrel) dísputo; (uproar) tumulto || vi clamaçher; disput(açh)er; rixer; tumulter
  • brawn n músculo; vigoro; (culin.) carni-gelatino || adj brawny musculosa; vigorosa
  • bray vt (crush) pinser; (pound with a pestle) pistilijer || vi (of a donkey) bleter
  • braze vt brasurer
  • brazen adj aperta; sine verecundo; (lit.: harsh-sounding) metalisca; (lit.: made of brass) latona
  • brazier n (for fire) bárbecuo; brasuyo; caloruyo; focuyo; (worker in brass) latronisto
  • Brazil n Brasilia; Brazilian Brasiliano
  • brazilwood n brasilo
  • breach n breçho || vt breçhizer
  • bread n pano; (food in general) mangedo; nutrivo; (soft part of bread) (pan-)molatco; (unleavened bread) ázima pano; ázimo; daily bread cascun-diera pano; omni-diisca pano; loaf of bread pano; piece of bread pan-petio; slice of bread pan-secatco; stale bread nefresca pano; breadcrumb (pan-)mico; pan-petieto
  • breadth n larghitio; (amplitude) amplitio
  • break vt rumper; (a code) descifrationer; (a force, fall) amorter; (a law, oath) violationer; (a seal) dessigilizer; rumper; (animal: tame) mansuetifer; (animal: train) adextrer; (bankrupt) bancarotifer; falifer; (breach) breçhizer; (burst) crepifer; (force open) fortier; (habit) descustumecer; (interrupt) interrumper; (mitigate) lenifer; moderer; (news) reveler; (of a habit) descustumifer sopre; (paper money) cambier; (records) sorvader; (refract) refracter; (shatter) fracaser; (subdue) domiter; mansuetifer; (weaken) debilifer; break apart disrumper; break away evulser; separer; break down (a door) abatimenter; (analyze) analiser; (categorize) categoriizer; break off cesationifer; break up disrumper; dissolver || vi rumpezer; (burst) creper; (stop) halter; (voice) cambiezer; (waves) rumpezer; (weaken) debilecer; break bad malecer; break down (machine) rumpezer; break off (stop) cesationer; break out (escape) escaper; (fire, epidemic, rash) erupter; break up disrumpezer; dissolvezer; breakdance brecher || n rump(atc)o; (breach) apertatco; breçho; forámino; lacuno; (failure) falo; (interruption) interrumpo; (of the voice) voç-cambiezo; (of the weather) cambiezo; (pause) pauso; (print) indento; (wagonette) shutinbreco; break of day jurneço; break-up (of couple) separezo; breakage rumpo; breaker (wave) spumefanta undazo; to take a break facer pauso; breakdown (machine) rumpezo; (system, elec.) falo; (talks) rumpezo; nervous breakdown nervisca criso; breakwater undaz-rumpiclo || adj breakable frágila; rumpébila; breakneck col-rumpiva; periculosa
  • breakfast n dejunatco || vi dejuner
  • bream n (zool.) bremo
  • breast n (chest) péctoro; (fig.) cordio; seno; (of a woman) mamo; breast cancer mam-cáncero; breast milk matrisca lacto; breast pocket péctor-poco; to make a clean breast of it descarichizer sua concientio; plene confeser álico; breastbone sterno; breastplate pectoraro; breaststroke péctor-natado; breastwork parapeto || vt afronter; frontalejer; breastfeed mam-nutrer
  • breathe vt spirationer; (exhale) ecspirationer; expirer; (inhale) enspirationer; inhaler; (of wind) sufler; (sigh) suspirer; (whisper) sursurer || n breath spiration(ad)o; (in) enspirationo; inhalo; (of wind) suflo; (out) ecspirationo; expiro; breath of air air-suflo; catch one’s breath recuperer sua spirationado; for hate’s sake I spit my last breath at thee! pro odio mi sputan mea última spirationo ad ti!; out of breath anhelanta; short breath curta spirationado; take one’s breath away desspirationizer; until one’s last breath usche sua última expiro; breath mint minthi-pastilo; breathing (gram.) aspirationo; (of breath) spirationado; breathalyzer alcoholímetro || adj breathless anhelanta; sine spirationo
  • breech n (back part) detreatco; (of gun) culato; (archaic: buttock) nático; breeches (short trousers) braco; breech-loader culate-carichizedo; retro-carichizedo
  • breed vt (animals) alevamenter; (bring up, raise) educher; (hate, suspicion) creer; geniter; producter || vi (reproduce) riproductezer; they breed like rabbits los multeçan cuale cunículos || n racio; breeding (upbringing) cortesitio; educado; of pure breed de pura racio || adj bred geniter; (brought up) educhita; ill bred male educhita
  • breeze n briso; vent(et)o; (ash) cínero; (embers) braso; (gadfly) tabano; (very light) véntulo; fresh breeze (Beaufort level 5) brisazo; gentle breeze (Beaufort level 3) briseto; light breeze (Beaufort level 2) véntulo; moderate breeze (Beaufort level 4) briso; strong breeze (Beaufort level 6) fort-venteto || adj breezy brisosa; (casual) neformala; (cheerful) alecra; vivaça; (nonchalant) alecre indiferenta; sine solicitúdino
  • brelan n (hist.: game) brelano
  • brethren n fratros
  • Breton n Bretono
  • brevet n breveto
  • breviary n breviario
  • brevity n curtitio; (speech) concisitio; laconichitio
  • brew vt birefer; teefer; (plot) comploter; machinationer || vi birefer; (ferment) fermenter; (plot) complotezer; (storm, crisis) preparezer || n brewer birefisto; brewery bireferío
  • bribe vt corupter; suborner || n suborn(atc)o; bribery suborno || adj bribable subornébila
  • bric-a-brac n orniv(açh)ado
  • brick n brico; brickbat bric-petio; bricklayer bric-masonisto; bricklaying bric-masonado || vt brichizer
  • bride n (after wedding) nova sponsiso; (before wedding) fidantiitiso; bridegroom (after wedding) nova sponsiçho; (before wedding) fidantiitiçho; bridesmaid honor-companioniso || adj bridal maritisca
  • bridewell n reformatorio
  • bridge n ponto; (of ship) comandayo; (of stringed instruments) cabalito; (of the nose) nasisca osto; moveable bridge (drawbridge) lev-ponto; footbridge ped-vadisca ponto || vt pontizer
  • bridle n brido; bridle bit morso; bridle path cabal-vialeto || vt (curb with) bridijer; (put on) bridizer || vi asumpter on digna vulto; rirectifer sua cápito
  • brief adj concisa; curta; sine detaliatcos || n (instructions) instructo; (legal) proces-documentado; (papal) brevo; (summary) epítomo; resumo; briefs (underwear) calceoneto || vt instructer; resumer
  • brier n (also “briar”) spinosa subbosco; (blackberry bush) rubífero; (sweetbrier) eglantino; (wild rose) silvaj-rosífero
  • brig n (ship) brigo; (ship’s prison) (nav-)cárcero
  • brigade n brigato; brigadier general brigati-generalo || vt (associate something with) asocier; (form into a brigade) brigatifer
  • brigand n bandito; brigandage banditiscatco
  • brigantine n (ship) brigantino
  • bright adj (auspicious) bon-auguría; favorosa; (cheerful) alecra; (intelligent) inteligenta; (of color) hela; (shining) brilanta; luminanta; solelosa; to be bright briler; eser inteligenta || n Bright’s disease morbo di Bright; brightness brilo; luminositio; (intelligence) inteligentitio; (joy) alecritio || vt brighten plu-luminifer; (cheer up) alecrifer; (colors) plu-helifer; (make shine) plu-brilifer; (polish) polimenter || vi brighten plu-luminer; (make shine) plu-briler
  • brill n (zool.) rombi-piço
  • brilliant adj brilanta; (fig.) eccelanta; gloriosa; imponanta; ingeniema; ingeniita; spléndida; valde talentosa; to be brilliant briler || n (diamond) brilianto; brilliance brilo; luminositio || inter (Brit.) bonaza!
  • brim n (projecting edge of a hat) bord-alo; (upper edge of a container) bordo; full to the brim plena usche la bordo; over the brim super la bordo
  • brimstone n súlfuro
  • brindle adj striizite bruna
  • brine n sal-acuo
  • bring vt adportationer; (carry) portationer; transportationer; bring about efectifer; producter; bring away forconducter; forportationer; bring back memoredifer; retroconducter; retroportationer; riconducter; riportationer; bring sexy back riintroducter sexichitio; bring down abaser; decensifer; diminutioner; humilifer; bring forth geniter; parturer; producter; bring forward abantiifer; bring in enconducter; bring into fashion enconducter la modo; initier la modo; bring into question poner cuomo je on cuestiono; bring into trouble implicher en malatco; bring nearer proximifer; bring on atracter; efectifer; producter; bring out aparifer; ecportationer; ectirer; ecvadifer; exposer; producter; bring over adconducter; converter; transporationer; bring to (nav.) haltifer; (resuscitate) rivivifer; bring together cunponer; (assemble) asembler; (call together) cunvocher; (join) junter; (reconcile) riconcilier; bring under domiter; represer; submiser; vincer; bring up educher; bring upon cadifer sur; to bring to action interprenser on proceso; to bring to pass efectifer; to bring to perfection perfectifer
  • brink n bordo
  • brioche n brioçho
  • briquette n bricheto; carbon-brico
  • brisk adj vivaça
  • brisket n pectoratco
  • bristle n pilo || vi hericieschecer; (become angry) iracecer || adj bristly (hair) hericiesca; pilosa; to be bristling with eser hericiesca sopre
  • Britain n Britania; Briton Britano; Briticism Anglensatco || adj British Britaniana
  • Brittany n Bretonia
  • brittle adj frágila; rumpezema
  • broach vt (bottle) aperer; (cask) pérfor-aperer; (subject) aborder; enconducter; lever
  • broad adj (accent) forta; a broad Yorkshire accent on forta pronuntio de Yorkshire; (coarse) grosaria; nedecenta; (diffuse) disfusita; (garment) ampla; (general) generala; in broad terms en generala términos; (large) granda; grosa; (liberal) liberala; tolerema; broad church liberala eclesio; (unsubtle) clara; (vast) vasta; broad appeal vasta intereso; broad implications vasta ímplicos; (wide) larga; broad in the beam di larga detreatco; broad in the shoulders di larga humeralos; broad spectrum of opinions larga, ampla spectro di opinos; (wide-ranging) ampla; in the broadest sense en la maxim ampla senso; broad bean fabo; broad daylight plena jurno; broad-minded liberala; tolerema || adv broadly ample; clare; generale; larghe; broadside (on the side) flanche || n broadax (battle axe) arm-haçho; broadcloth drapo; broadside (naut.: guns) flanchi-canonado; (naut.: shots) flanchi-canonadijo; (naut.: side of ship) navi-flanco; broadsword larga spado; sablo || vt broaden (plu-)amplifer; (plu-)larghifer; broadcast (radio) (radio)disfuser; (spread news, rumor, etc.) discognocifer; disfuser; (TV) (tele)disfuser; televiser
  • brocade n brocato || vt brocatizer
  • brocatel n brocatelo
  • broccoli n brócolo
  • brochure n broçhuro
  • brogue n Irlandiensa, Scotensa pronuntio
  • broil vt gratícul-roster || n broiler gratícul-rosticlo
  • broke adj (bankrupt) bancarotanta; nesolventa; (out of money) sine pecunio; to go broke bancarotecer; to go for broke rischer omno
  • broken adj (bankrupted) bancarotifita; ruinita; (failed) broken home divisita familio; broken marriage ruptita maritititio; (humbled) humilifita; (interrupted) interrumpita; (language) speak broken Dothraki parler mala Dothrachenso; (not functioning) rumpita; broken record cracita disco; (plowed) arita; (promise) rumpita; (ruined) broken-hearted di aflictata cordio; di trista cordio; (shattered) fracasita; rumpita; (subdued) domitita; (uneven) neplana; (weakened) caduca; debilifita
  • broker n cambii-agento; brokerage (fee) (comision-)pocento; (service) cambii-agentío || vt (negotiate) negotier
  • bromide n bromuro
  • bromine n (chem.: Br) bromo
  • bronchus n (anat.) bronco; bronchia (rare) broncos; bronchitis bronchito
  • bronco n neadextrita cabalo; silvaja cabalo
  • brontosaurus n brontosauro
  • bronze n (metal) bronzo; cast in bronze bronze moldijita || vt bronzizer || adj (bronze-colored) bronzea
  • brooch n broco
  • brood n (hatched) exclausitado; (informal: offspring) prolado; broody exclausifema; (psych.) (mórbide, triste) meditema || vt (sit on eggs) incubationer || vi (cheerlessly meditate) (mórbide, triste) mediter
  • brook n ruceleto; brooklet parva ruceleto || vt (tolerate) permiser (nula); tolerer (nula)
  • broom n scopo; (bot.) genisto; broomstick scop-manubrio
  • broth n buliono
  • brothel n prostitutayo
  • brother n fratro; germaniçho; (relig.) german(içh)o; brothers and sisters germanos; brother-in-arms arm-germano; brother-in-law cognatiçho; brotherhood (brotherliness) german(içh)itio; (organization) colegado; german(içh)ado || adj brotherly fratresca; fratrisca; german(içh)esca; german(içh)isca
  • brougham n (hist.) brougham (anche “brumo”)
  • brow n (eyebrow) supercilio; (of hill) cresto || vt browbeat timidifer
  • brown adj bruna; brown bread bruna pano; íntegra pano; brown sugar bruna súcaro; brownish bruneça || n (color) bruno; brownie (culin.) brownie; (folk.) brownie; coboldo; fatato; (junior Girl Scout) scautetiso || vt brunifer; (cul.) daurer || vi brunecer
  • browse vi (graze) pasturer; browse around (a store, the Web) curiosejer; browse through (a book, website) foliejer || vt (internet) curiosejer; navigher || n browser navighiclo
  • bruise vt contuser; (crush) pistilijer || n contusatco; bruiser fortiemo
  • bruit vt discomatraler sopre
  • Brunei n Bruneya; Bruneian Bruneyano
  • brunette adj brun-capila
  • brunt n (la principala) shoco, violentio, furio, expenso; lo maxim forta, granda, dura; bear the brunt of something subitioner lo maxim dura di álico; suporter la peso di álico; the brunt of the attack lo maxim forta di la ataco; the brunt of the work lo maxim granda di la laboro
  • brush n (act) bruciijo; (artist’s) penicelo; (elec.) carbon-puntalado; (encounter) incontro; (for hair) brucio; (graze) frolo; (skirmish) combateto; dísputo; (undergrowth) subbosco || vt bruciijer; (graze) froler; (in painting) penicelijer; brush away (tears) deterger; forterger; sichifer; brush up (clean) nitifer || vi brush past froler; brush up on (renew skill) rifreschifer si sopre; rilecturer; ristuder
  • brusque adj brusca
  • Brussels sprout n Bruselcaulo
  • brute n (animal as opposed to human) bestio; (savagely violent animal or person) bruto; brutality brutiscatco; brutischitio; cruelatco; cruelitio || vt brutalize (attack) brutesche atacher; (dehumanize) brutifer; deshumanifer || adj brutal brutisca; cruela; nehumana; brutish brutesca
  • bubal n (Alcelaphus buselaphus buselaphus) alcélafo
  • bubalus n (zool.) búbalo
  • bubble n bulbulo; bubblejet printer encausti-jetisca impresatoro; bubbly (champagne) çhampanio || vi (produce any sort of bubble) bulbulefer; (produce rising, bursting bubbles, as of boiling water) ebulier || adj bubbly bulbulosa; (personality) efervecema; eferveçosa
  • bubo n (med.) bubono || adj bubonic bubonisca pesto
  • buccaneer n bucanario
  • buck n (currency) dollar; euro; rand; (male of some animals) -içho; (archaic: dandy) dandio; elegantiçho; (archaic: gallant) galanto; young buck juveniçho; buckshot grosa cugletos; buckthorn ramno; buckwheat Saracenisca grano || vt buck off cálcitre dejacter || vi (of horses) calcitrer; (resist) resister; buck for efortier obtiner; buck up! alecreces!; corajo!
  • bucket n sítulo; (of waterwheel) trogo; bucket seat bacheto; by the bucket situlope
  • buckle n fibelo || vt (fasten) fibelijer || vi (bend under pressure) (pres)flexezer; (yield) cesioner; buckle down resolve atentionecer; resolve laborecer
  • buckler n scuteto
  • buckram n bucarano
  • bucolic adj (idyllically rustic) bucolichesca; (lit.) bucolichisca || n (lit.) bucólico
  • bud n gérmino || vi germinefer
  • Buddha n Buda; Buddhism Budismo
  • budge vi movezeter || vt moveter
  • budget n budgeto || vt budgetizer || vi budget for budgetizer
  • buff n (aficionado) adepto; (color) camoçheo; light buff isabelo; in the buff nuda; nude; buffer bufario; (polisher) polimenticlo; buffer state bufaria stato || vt (polish) polimenter; buffer (comp.) enbufariifer; (provide with a buffer) bufariizer || vi buffer it’s like my life is buffering lo semblan cuale se mea vivo es enbufarieçanta || adj camoçhea
  • buffalo n (Bubalus, Syncerus caffer, or Bison) búfalo
  • buffet vt (afflict repeatedly) sucuser; (batter) batuer || n batuo; sucuso; (serve-yourself eatery) bufetayo; (serve-yourself table with food) bufeto; (archaic: blow) colpo
  • buffoon n bufono; act the buffoon bufoneser; buffoonery bufoniscatco(s)
  • bug n címiço; (any small insect) besteto; insecteto; (comp.) bogo; (defect) defecto; (enthusiast) enthusiasmanto; (germ) microbio; viro; (hidden microphone) abscondita micrófono; (minor illness) malatetitio; true bug (Hemiptera) hemíptero; bugbane (bot.: Cimicifuga) cimicífugo; bugbear (folk.) bugo || vt (annoy) molester; vexer
  • buggy n (cabriolet) cabrioleto; (four-wheeled) caroceazo; (two-wheeled) caróceo
  • bugle n (hunting horn) cacii-corno; (military) clariono; (bot.: Ajuga) búgulo
  • build vt constructer; (shape) factioner; (with brick, stone) masoner; build up (area, town) civitateschifer; (propagandize) promotioner; propagander; publiciter || n constructo; (shape) formo; (stature) staturo; building constructatco; (edifice) edificio
  • bulb n (bot., anat.) bulbo; (elec.) electrisca ampulo; electrisca lámpado; lúmin-ampulo; (ampulla, ampoule) ampulo || adj bulbous bulbesca
  • Bulgaria n Bulgaria; Bulgar (pre-Slavic) Búlgaro; Bulgarian Bulgariano
  • bulge n (protuberance) convexatco; (swelling) tumatco || vi convexecer; tumer
  • bulimia n (med.) bulimio
  • bulk n (majority) majoritato; plu-multo; (mass) corpulentitio; maso; (size) granditio; volúmino; in bulk (aggregate) amase; bloche; multope; (not packaged) laxa; bulkhead parieto || vi bulk large importer; bulk up grosecer || adj amasa; bulky grosa; masiva; voluminosa
  • bull n boviçho; tauro; (fin.) pretii-altecisto; (papal) bul-létero; bullbaiting tauri-beitado; bulldog bulldog; bulldozer buldozero; bullfight tauri-combato; tauromachio; bullfrog rano; bullhead (zool.) capoceo; bullseye miration-centro; (lantern) eclipsi-lanterno; (naut.) bov-óculo; (window) rotunda fenestreto; bullshit (joking lie) blago; (lie) mendacio; (nonsense) sine-senso || vt bulldoze buldozerijer || adj bullheaded obstinazema
  • bulla n (med.) bulio
  • bullet n cuglo || adj bulletproof anticugla; cugl-eprobita
  • bulletin n (periodical publication) buletino; (placard) afigedo; bulletin board afij-tábulo; anuntii-tábulo; (comp.) misaj-tábulo
  • bullfinch n pirulo
  • bullion n (crude ore) cruda minario; (ingot) ingoto
  • bullock n (castrated bull) bovucliçho
  • bully n tiraneto || vt tiraneteser ad || adj bonaza || inter bully for you! bonaza!; brave!
  • bulrush n (bot.) cirpo
  • bulwark n (bastion) bastiono; (breakwater) molono; (naut.) parapeto; (rampart) muralio
  • bum n (beggar) mendichistaçho; (idler) nul-facemo; otiemo; pigro; (mooch) muçhedoro; (vagrant) vagantaçho; (Brit.) culo || vt (mooch) muçher; bum out depresioner || vi bum around otier || adj (false) bum rap falsa acuso; (worthless) sine-valora
  • bumblebee n bómbulo
  • bump n (blow) colpeto; shoc-pulso; (collision) colisiono; cunpulsezo; (jolt of vehicle) sucuso; (noise) things that go bump in the night cosos cua façan misteriosa ruitos en la nocto; (protuberance on level surface) túbero; (swelling) tumatco; bumper (auto.) parashoco || vt shoc-pulser || vi (collide) colisioner (cun); cunpulsezer (cun); bump into (meet) fortúite incontrer || adj bumpy (ride) sucusosa; (road) tuberosa
  • bumpkin n rusticaçho
  • bumptious adj aroganta; presumptema
  • bun n (cul.) dulça paneto; (hair) capil-nodo; çhiniono; buns (buttocks) náticos
  • bunch n (assortment) asortatco; (bundle) facelo; paco; (crowd) turbo; (group) grupo; (heap) amaso; (of feathers) penaçhio; (of flowers) bocheto; (of fruit) racemo; (tuft) tufo; best of the bunch maxim bona de omnos; bunch of (many) multo de; thanks a bunch! multa regratios! || vt bunch together enfacelifer; enpachifer; grupifer
  • bundle n (packet) pacheto; paco; (sheath, stack) facelo || vt enfacelifer; enpachifer; (wrap) envolver; bundle up (dress warmly) calde vestiz(ez)er; calde vestizer
  • bung n tap(az)o; bunghole baril-boco; (vulg.) cul-forámino
  • bungalow n bangalo
  • bungee n bungio
  • bungle vt aburicher || n bungler aburichedoro
  • bunk n (cot) lecteto; (naut.) planchi-lecto; bunk bed superponisca lectado; bunkhouse dormayo; (bunkum) blago; sine-senso
  • bunker n bunchero
  • bunt n (baseball) colpeti
  • bunting n (flags) bandari(et)ado; (material) stamíneo; (zool.) emberizo
  • buoy n boyo; (beacon) mar-fareto; buoyancy (of floating object) flotationemitio; (of liquid) levemitio; (of mood) alecritio; optimismo; (of step) legeritio || vt buoy up (encourage) coragizer; (make float) flotationifer || adj buoyant (floating) flotationiva; (liquid) levema; (mood) alecra; optimista; (step) legera
  • bur n (bot.) lapo
  • burbot n (zool.) barboto
  • burden n (chief theme) principala themo; (encumbrance) impedivo; incumbrivo; (load) cárico; portationedo; the burden of proof lies with him je ili incumbran la cárico di prober; (of a song or complaint) refreno; (oppressive task, duty, payments) ónero; (tonnage) capacitio; tonelatado; (weight) peso || vt (load heavily) carichizer; (oppress) onerizer; opreser || adj burdensome costosa; onerosa; opresanta; opresiva; pesosa
  • burdock adj (bot.) bardano
  • bureau n (chest of drawers) tir-cofrado; (department) departimento; ministrerío; (office) oficino; (writing desk) scrib-ménsulo; scriptorio; bureaucracy burocratismo; bureaucrat burócrato
  • burette n bureto
  • burgeon vi germinefer
  • burgess n (archaic: inhabitant of a borough) districtano; municipiano; (hist.: representative) representisto; (hist.: town magistrate) (lochisca) júdiço
  • burgh n (hist.: borough) (civitati-)districto; municipio; (hist.: market town) burgo
  • burglar n efractisto; burglary efracto || vt burglarize, burgle efracter
  • burgomaster n municipii-çhefo
  • burgrave n (hist.) burgravio
  • burial n enterifo; (funeral) fúnero; (of a corpse) sepulto; burial ground cemeterio; sepultayado; burial service funerisca ceremonio; (religious) eclesiisca sepulto
  • Burkina Faso n Burchina-Faso; Burkinabe Burchina-Fasano
  • burlesque n burlesco; (striptease) striptizo
  • burly adj grand-corporífera; robusta
  • Burma n Birma; Burmese Birmano
  • burn vi (be ablaze) flagrer; (be aglow, fiery) ardorer; (be ardent) ardorer; (be consumed by fire) arder; (be sunburnt) solel-ardinta; (flame) flamefer || vt (consume by fire) ardifer; (a CD-ROM) registrationer (sur CD-ROM); (cauterize) cauteriijer; (combust) combuster; (scorch) superficie ardifer; (set fire to maliciously) incendier || n (act) ardo; (result) ardatco; ardi-vulneratco; (Scot.: small stream) ruceleto; burner ardiclo; burning lens ardif-lentilo || adj burning ardanta; (chem.) cáustica; (feverish) febrosa; (fig.) ardoranta; ardorosa; (inflamed) inflamata
  • burnet n (bot.) sanguísorbo; (zool.) zígeno
  • burnish vt (enhance, perfect) plu-bonifer; (polish) polimenter
  • burnous n (also “burnoose”) burnuso
  • burnt adj ardita; (burnt down) incendiita; (combusted) combustita; burnt offering ard-oferedo; holocausto; (victim) víctimo
  • burr vi parler uvulare
  • burrow n tunelo || vi cavifer; excaver tunelo; tunelefer
  • bursar n cashisto; bursary (scholarship) stipendio; (treasury) casho
  • burst vi (explode) exploser; (split open) creper; burst forth erupter; burst into a room enrumper en on cambro; burst into tears erupter en lácrimos; burst out laughing exploser, erupter en ridado; burst with laughing creper pro rider || vt (break apart) disrumper; (shatter) fracaser; burst open aperer violentie; fortier || n (gunfire) ráfico; burst of activity exploso di actado; burst of applause erupto di aplauso
  • Burundi n Burundia; Burundian Burundiano
  • bury vt (cover in ground) enterifer; (a corpse) sepulter; (a knife in the body) afunder; plumbicher; (cover) coperter; (hide) absconder; (hold a funeral for) funerer; (overwhelm) aplaster; bury oneself (engross oneself in) ficer si absorbata || n burying enterifo; sepulto
  • bus n autobuso; busstop haltayo; microbus microbuso; minibus minibuso
  • busby n cuçhmo
  • bush n arbusto; (thicket) arbusti-foresteto; densatco; (with trunk) frútiço; (without trunk) arbúsculo; bushland arbusti-bosco; arbusti-foresto
  • bushel n buselo
  • bushing n glis-anelo; glis-túbulo
  • business n (any matter or concern) afaro; (commerce) comercio; business is slow afaros, comercio stagnan; (company) companío; (concern) afaro; concerno; departimento; devo; oficio; (duty) devo; (handicraft) minsterio; (industry) industrio; (job) oficio; (occupation) (fact of being occupied) ocupezo; (that which occupies) empleatitio; laboro; ocupanto; ocupivo; profesiono; tasco; (specialty) departimento; business agent afarisca agento; established business vétera fermo; extensive business granda afaros; granda comercio; in business en comercio; en la afaros; line of business specio di afaros; mind your own business! atentiones vua propria afaros!; on business por afaros; place of business afarayo; public business politichisca afaros; statisca afaros; run of business fluo di afaros; fluo di comerciado; granda vendado; that is bad business ecuilo es mala afaro; that's not your business ecuilo concernan mere mi; ecuilo ne concernan vi; ecuilo ne es vua departimento; to be in business comercier; to do business with comercier cun; to do good business facer bona comercio; prosperer en sua comercio; to have business with haber afaros cun; to make it one's business asumpter ecuilo; (sole) atenter ecuilo; to mean business eser seriosa; to retire from business retirezer ec comercio; to understand one's business comprenser sua departimento; businessman afaristo; comerciisto; business card vísit-carto || adj business-like afarema; afarisca; practichema
  • busk n (hist.) subteniclo
  • buskin n cothurno
  • bust n (anat., art) busto; (arrest) aresto; (bankruptcy) bancaroto; (breasts) mamos; (bust measurement) mensuro je péctoro; (chest) péctoro; (econ.) criso; depresiono; recesiono; (police raid) incurso; (waste of time) neútilo; vano || vt (arrest) arester; (bankrupt) bancarotifer; (burst) see “burst”; (demote) degradationer; (hit) colp(az)er || vi (burst) see “burst”; New York or bust! New-York aut nulo! || adj busty mamuda
  • bustard n (zool.) autardo
  • bustier n bustiero
  • bustle vi circum-haster; ruitose vener et vader; (of place) eser actosa || vt hastifer || adj bustling actosa
  • busy adj ocupata; (active) actema; activa; (diligent) diligenta; (employed) empleata; (industrious) laborema || adv busily active; diligente; ocupate || n busy signal signalo di ocupato; busyness ocupatitio; busybody enmixturemo; omni-tochemo; busywork ócupi-laboro || vt busy oneself with ocuper si sopre
  • but conj mas; (except) eccepte; ultre; (only) mere; (unless) eccepte che; se...ne
  • butane n butano
  • butcher vt macter || n mactisto; butcher shop carnerío; macterío; butcher’s broom (bot.) rusco; butchery mactado; (carnage) masacro; butcherbird (zool.: Cracticus) cráctico; (zool.: Laniidae) lanio
  • butler n çhef-servisto
  • butt vt (head-butt) cápit-colper; corn-colper; butt up against (bump) cunpulser (álico) cun, contre || vi butt in (interrupt) interrumper; (meddle) enmixturer si; butt up against (abut) cunfinezer cun; eser juxte ad; (bump) cunpulsezer cun, contre || n cápit-colpo; corn-colpo; (archery mound) ter-amaso; (bottom) infr(atc)o; (buttocks) culo; butt cheeks náticos; (cask) baril(az)o; (stump, stub) muniono; (target) mirationedo; objectivo; (thicker end) grosa extrematco; butts (shooting range) disparayo
  • butter n butiro; artificial butter margarino; butter-and-eggs (bot.) linario; butterball gurdo; buttercup (bot.) ranúnculo; butterfat butir-grasio; butterfingers nehábilo; butterfly papiliono; buttermilk butir-lacto; butterscotch butir-caramelo || adj butterfingered nehábila
  • buttocks n nático (-s)
  • button n botono; (push button) pres-botono; buttonhole boton-forámino; buttonhook boton-tiriclo || vt botonijer; (cover with) botonizer
  • buttress n (archit.) contraforto; (gen.) apodiiclo; flying buttress apodii-arco || vt apodier; contrafortizer
  • buxom adj (busty) mamuda; (plump) di plena figuro
  • buy vt comprer; (accept) I don’t buy that explanation mi ne credan ecuila éxplico; (bribe) suborner; buy back retrocomprer; ricomprer; (fig.) redempter; buy for cash comprer contante; buy up (monopolize) acaparer || n (bargain) bona compredo; necostoso
  • buzz n (as of insects) zum(ad)o; (euphoria) euforío; (excitement) eccitationo; (gossip) comatral(ad)o; (murmur) múrmur(ad)o; (rumor) rumoro; (telephone call) telefonijo; (whisper) susur(ad)o; buzzer adverticlo; buzzword modasca vocábulo || vi zumber
  • buzzard n (zool.: Buteo) buteono; (zool.: Cathartes aura) urubúo di rúbea cápito; (zool.: Coragyps atratus) nigra urubúo
  • by prep (a certain time) ante post; come by three o'clock venes ante post tria clocos; (according to) secuno; by my watch secuno mea horologio; (agent: authorship) da; by whom is this book? da cuu es ecuista libro?; commanded by God comandata da Deo; loved by no one amata da nulu; written by Gogol scribita da Gogol; (agent: by means of) per; by mail per postalo; postale; by railway ferviale; written by pencil scribita lápide; scribita per lápido; (in oaths) per; by God per Deo; (in units of) -(op)e; (near) juxte; proxim; in a van down by the river en furgoneto proxim la fluvio; (past: space) preter; I passed her by mi pretervadin eli; (past: time) in time gone by dum pasinta témporo; by all means certe; by and by post curta témporo; prompte; by chance fortúite; incidente; (possibly) forse; posíbile; by degrees gradope; gradose; by far greater multe plu granda; by halves duave; by hand per manuo; by no means nule; tote ne; by now jam; by oneself aparta; sine adjuto; sola; by reason of pro che; by sight an vido; per vido; by stealth abscondite; furtive; secrete; by the way incidente; juxte la vialo; látere; parénthese; pasante; by then jam; by this time jam; little by little paucope; you are taller than me by a head vi es plu alta cam mi per cápito || n bylaw régulo; statuto; byproduct laterisca productito; bystander asistanto; spectanto; byway nedirecta vialo; byword populara dicedo; proverbio || adj bygone pasinta
  • byssus n (hist.) biso
  • byzantine adj Bizantiesche


C

  • C ltr (mus.) C (aut Do); C-flat (C♭) C bemola; C-sharp (C♯) C diesa; C-section cesáreo
  • cab n (taxi) taxí; taximetrígero; (of a truck, etc.) cabino; (hist.: four-wheeled) fiacro; (hist.: two-wheeled) cabrioleto; cabbie taxiisto
  • cabal n complotantado; intrigantado; (illegal) conspirantado
  • cabala n Cábala; cabalist Cabalaisto || adj cabalistic Cabalaisca
  • cabana n cabano
  • cabaret n cabareto
  • cabbage n caulo; cabbage rose (bot.) centifolio; cabbage soup cauli-supo
  • cabin n (hut) cabano; (naut.) cabino; cabin boy moço
  • cabinet n (cupboard) armario; (display case) vitrino; (pol.) ministrado; cabinet member ministr(adan)o; (archaic: small private room) cabino; medicine cabinet fármac-armario; cabinetmaker lignatchisto
  • cable n cablo; cordazo; (hawser; lashing) anmaro; cable television cabli-televisiono; televisiono per cablo; cablecast teletransmiso per cablo; cablegram cablografiatco || vt (moor) cablijer; cablegram invier per cablo; cablecast teletransmiser per cablo; cablegram cablografier
  • caboose n caud-vagono
  • cabriolet n (auto.) cabrioleto
  • cacao n cacao
  • cachalot n (zool.) caçhaloto
  • cachexy n (med.) cachexio
  • cackle vi cucurer
  • cacophony n cacofonío
  • cactus n cacto
  • cad n canalio
  • cadastre n catastro
  • cadaver n cadávero || adj cadaverous cadaveresca
  • cadence n cadentio || vt cadentier
  • cadet n (mil.) capdeto
  • cadmium n (chem.: Cd) cadmio
  • cadre n cuadro
  • caduceus n cadúceo
  • caducous adj caduca
  • caecum n (anat.) cecatco
  • Caesar n Caesar; (Románicized) Césare; Caesar salad Césare salato; Caesar’s mushroom (bot.) naranje-fungo
  • caesium n (chem.: Cs) cesio
  • caesura n (poetry) cesuro
  • café n cafeerío; café au lait lait-cafeo; café con leche leçh-cafeo; caffè latte láte-cafeo; caffè mocha mocacino; Mocha-cafeo
  • caffeine n cafeíno
  • cage n cáveo || vt encaveifer
  • caiman n caimano
  • cairn n túmulo
  • caisson n (archit.) casetono; (mil.) munition-carito
  • cajole vt blander
  • cake n cuco; (block) bloco; cake shop cucheferío || vt (cover with) coperter per || vi (agglomerate) aglomerezer; (coagulate) coaguler; (harden) durecer
  • calabash n calabacio
  • calamine n calamino
  • calamite n (bot.: hist.) calamito
  • calamity n calamitato
  • calamus n (bot.: Acorus calamus) acoro; (bot.: Calamus) cálamo; (hist.: pen) cálamo
  • calash n caleso
  • calcaneus n (anat.) calcáneo
  • calcareous adj calçosa
  • calcify vt calcifer; petrifer
  • calcine vt calciner
  • calcium n (chem.: Ca) calcio
  • calculate vt (determine: effects, risk, etc.) calculer; evaluter; (determine: number, distance, etc., mathematically) calculer; calculate on (factor in) encalculer; (rely on) expecter; fider ad || n calculation cálculo; calculator calculatoro || adj calculable calculébila; (countable) contébila; calculated (intended) intentita, -ata; calculated risk calculita risco
  • calculus n (math) infinitesimisca cálculo; (med.) concremento
  • calèche n (hist.) calesho
  • calefaction n calefact(ad)o
  • calefy vt calefacter
  • calendar n (of dates) calendario; (of people and things) listo; tabelo
  • calender n calandro || vt calandrijer
  • calends n calendos
  • calf n (anat.) suralo; (calfskin) bovol-corio; (of a cow) bovolo; (of a deer) cervolo
  • caliber n (capability) capabilitio; (level) nivelo; (measure) calibro; interna diámetro; (quality) cualitio || vt calibrate (give precise diameter to) calibrizer; (graduate) calibrizer; gradizer; (measure caliber of) calibri-mensurer
  • calico n (chintz) çhinço; (cretonne) cretono; (muslin) calicoto
  • californium n (chem.: Cf) californio
  • caliph n califo; caliphate califio
  • calisthenics n calisthenio
  • call vt (by name) nominijer; I call that being tricked by a business mi nominijan ecuilo eser inganita da on fermo; they call me MISTER Tibbs! homi nominijan mi SENIORO Tibbs!; what is that called? cuale homi nominijan ecuilo?; (by telephone) telefonijer; don’t call us, we’ll call you ne molestes vi telefonijer, nos ad vi telefonijun; (call to) vocher; (claim) I call bullshit! mi asertan blago!; (give name to) nominizer; (predict) ante-dicer; (summon) advocher; citationer; (suspend) suspender; call attention to atentionedifer; ficer atentionata; call back retrovocher; rivocher; (by telephone) ritelefonijer; call for (demand) demander; exiger; call forth ecvocher; (incite) provocationer; call into question contester; call names insulter; call on visiter; call out ecvocher; call together asembler; cunvocher; call up (conjure) conjurer; to call to mind memoredifer || vi (at a port) escaler; (bleat) bleter || n (decision) it’s your call lo es vua deciso; (demand) demando; éxijo; (invitation) invito; (of animals) bleto; (reason, need) there’s no call for alarm ci es nula motivo por pavoro; (shout) crito; (summoning shout) the call of the sea la voco da la maro; (summons) citationo; (visit) (curta) vísito; call sign, letters voc-signo; on call voche en labor-veço; calling (inner urging) advoco; (profession) minsterio; profesiono; calling card vísit-carto
  • calligraph vt caligrafier || n calligrapher calígrafo; calligraphy (art) caligrafío; (result) caligrafiatco
  • callipers n calibri-compaso
  • callous adj (insensitive, cruel) cruela; nesentiva; sine compasiono; calloused calosa
  • callow adj (immature) nematura; novicia; sine experientio; (unfledged) sine-pluma; (archaic: bald) calva
  • callus n calo
  • calm adj (quiet) cuieta; (serene) calma; serena; (tranquil) trancuila || vt calmifer || vi calmecer; calm down! calmifes vi!; trancuilifes vi!
  • calomel n calomelo
  • caloric adj calorisca || n (hist.) calórico
  • calorimeter n calorímetro; calorimetry calorimetrío
  • calory n calorío
  • calumniate vt calumnier || n calumny calumnio
  • calvarium n (anat.) calvario
  • Calvary n Gólgotha
  • calve vt parturer (on bovolo)
  • Calvinism n Calvinismo
  • calx n (archaic) calço
  • cam n camo; camshaft cam-árboro
  • camail n camalio
  • camaraderie n camaraditio
  • camarilla n camarilo
  • camber n convexetitio || vt convexetifer
  • Cambodia n Cambodia; Cambodian Cambodiano
  • cambric n batisto
  • camel n camelo
  • camellia n (bot.) camelio
  • camelopard n (archaic) girafo
  • cameo n (brief celebrity appearance) cameo; (jewelry) cameo
  • camera n (gen) cámero; camera obscura obscur-cámero
  • camerlengo n (eccl.) camerlingo
  • Cameroon n Camerunia; Cameroonian Cameruniano
  • camisole n camisolo
  • camlet n cameloto
  • camouflage vt camufler
  • camp n campejayo; break camp descampejer; camper caravano; campfire focato || vi campejer
  • campaign n campanio || vi campanier
  • campanile n campanel-turo
  • campanula n (bot.) campánulo
  • campeachy wood n (bot.: Haematoxylum campechianum) campeçho
  • camphor n (chem.) cámforo
  • campus n scol-tereno; universitati-tereno
  • can v (be able) poter; do what you can faces cuo vi potan; (expressing possibility) you could have told me! vi potebin dicer lo ad mi!; (know how) saper; he can speak Romániço ili sapan parler Romániço; (may) poter; can I speak with you a moment? escue mi poteban parler cun vi dum una instanto?; can I use your phone? escue mi potan user vua teléfono?; cannot (help) but ... ne poter ne ... || vt (fire) desingager; (hermetically seal) hermetichifer; (preserve in a can) enlatatifer || n (canister) lat-conservuyo; latato; cannery enlatatiferío; can opener latat-apericlo || adj canned enlatatifita; canned beans enlatatifita faselos; canned goods enlatatifitos; canned laughter (recorded) enlatatifita ridos; registrationita ridos
  • Canada n Canadá; Canadian Canadáno
  • canaille n populaçho
  • canal n canalo; (anat.) túbulo; vásculo; canal boat canal-barco || vt canalize (a field) canalizer; (a river) canalifer
  • canapé n canapeo
  • canard n falsa informo; falsa raconto; informaçho; racontaçho
  • canary n canario; Canary Islands Canarios
  • canasta n canasto
  • cancel vt anuler; (amortize) amortiser; (annul, repeal) abrogher; (cross out) obliterer; tra-strichizer; (erase) efacier; (extinguish) extinter; (postage) obliterer; cancel out anuler
  • cancer n cáncero; (astron.) cancro
  • candela n candelo
  • candelabrum n candelabro
  • candid adj cándida
  • candidate n candidato; candidacy candidatitio
  • candle n candelo; Candlemas Candel-festo; candlestick candeliero
  • candor n candiditio
  • candy n (any sugary, sweet food) dulçatco; sucaratco; rock candy (crystallized sugar) cando || vt candizer || adj candied candizita
  • cane n (bot.: reed) cano; (bot.: rush) junco; (for walking) bastono; (rod, wand) virgo; cane-sword spad-bastono || vt (a chair) canizer; (with a stick) bastonijer; (with a switch) virghijer
  • canicular adj caniculisca
  • canine adj caninisca; (tooth) canin-dento || n (dog) canino
  • canister n (can) latato; -uyo; (of gas) bombo; canister shot latat-mitralio
  • canker n (aphtha) aftho; buc-ulcereto; (bot.) cáncero || vt (corrode) corosioner; (ulcerate) ulceretizer || adj cankerous (causing cankers) ulceretiziva; (infected with cankers) ulceretosa
  • cankle n caviliazo
  • cannabin n canabino
  • cannabis n cánabo
  • cannibal n caníbalo; cannibalism canibalismo
  • cannon n canono; (howitzer) obus-canono; cannon shell obuso; cannonade canon-disparado; cannoneer canonisto; cannonball cuglazo
  • cannule n (surg.) cánulo
  • canoe n canoo
  • canon n (church dignitary) canonicalo; (law, mus., relig.) canónico; canonicals presbiterisca vestado; canonicity canonichitio; canonist canonichisto || vt canonize canonichizer || adj canonical canonicalisca; canonichisca
  • canopy n (awning) marchiso; (of a bed, throne) baldachino; (of heaven) vólvito; (of trees) canopeo
  • cant n (hypocritical talk) hipocritatco; hipocrititio; (jargon) jargono; (sanctimonious talk) piaçhatco; piaçhitio; (slang) slango; (slope) inclinatco; inclinitio || vt incliner || vi inclinezer
  • cantabile adj cantábila || adv cantábile || n cantábilo
  • cantaloup n cantalupo
  • cantankerous adj disputema
  • cantata n cantato
  • canteen n (water bottle for soldiers or campers) acui-botelo; (restaurant for soldiers, etc.) cantino
  • canter n galopeto || vi galopeter
  • canticle n (mus.) cántico
  • cantilena n (mus.) cantileno
  • cantilever n (archit.) cantilevro; cantilever bridge cantilevri-ponto
  • canton n (district) cantono; cantonment acantonayo || vt (billet) acantoner
  • cantor n cantoro
  • canvas n canabáceo; canvasback (zool.: Aythya valisineria) blanchi-dorsa ánato
  • canvass vt (discuss) debater; discuser; (opinions) sonder || vi canvass for (votes) soliciter
  • canyon n caniono
  • caoutchouc n caoçhuco
  • cap n (any rimless) bonito; (any visored) cascheto; (biretta) bireto; (coif) cofio; (czapka) çhapco; (kepi) chepo; (toque) tochio; doff the cap deprender la...; (ferrule) copérculo; (fig.) cápito; clímaço; corono; sumitato; (lid) copérculo; tapo; (percussion cap) (explosifiva) cápsulo; (stopper) obturiclo; tapo || vt (complete) completifer; (limit) limitizer; (provide a fitting end or climax for) climacizer; and to cap it all, he... et por climaço, ili...; (put cap on) capit-vestizer; -izer; (surpass) ecceser; sorvader
  • cap-a-pie adv de cápito ad pedos
  • capable adj capábila; (competent) competenta || n capability capabilitio
  • capacious adj ampla; capaça || n capacity (office) oficio; situationo; stando; (power) authoritato; capabilitio; competentitio; habilitio; poto; (volume) capacitio; in the capacity of cuale; cuomo || vt capacitate capabilifer
  • caparison n caparaçono || vt caparaçonizer
  • cape n (geog.) capo; Cape Verde Capo-Verda; Cape Verdean Capo-Verdano; (short cloak) manteto
  • caper vi caprioler; saltetader || n capriolo; (bot.: bud) cáparo; (bot.: shrub) caparífero
  • capercaillie n (zool.: Tetrao urogallus) urogalo
  • capias n aresti-mandationo
  • capillary n (anat.) capilaro || adj capilar(isc)a
  • capital n (arch.) capitelo; (city) capitolio; (fin.) capitalo; capital gain plu-valoro; capitalism capitalismo; capitalist capitalisto; make capital out of exploter; (letter) majúsculo || vt capitalize (convert to capital) capitalifer; majusculifer; capitalize on exploter || adj (chief) çhefa; principala; (liable to the death penalty) mort-punébila; (pertaining to the head) capitisca; (dated: British) bonaza; eccelanta; valde bona; capitalist capitalismisca; capitalista
  • capitate adj (bot., zool.) capitífera || n (anat.) capitato
  • capitation n (census) censo; (payment) cápit-pago; (poll tax) cápit-imposto
  • capitulate vi capitulationer
  • capitulum n (anat., bot.) capitularo
  • capon n pulucliçho
  • caponier n caponario
  • capote n capoto
  • cappuccino n Capucine(-cafe)o
  • caprice n capricio || adj capricious capriciema; capriciosa
  • Capricorn n Capricorno
  • capriole n (caper) capriolo
  • capsicum n (chili peppers generally) páprico
  • capsize vt renverser || vi renversezer
  • capstan n capistano
  • capsule n cápsulo
  • captain n (milit., nav.) capitano; comandanto; captaincy capitanitio || vt capitanejer
  • captious adj critichema
  • captive n captito; captivity captititio; neliberitio || vt captivate (charm) carminer; (delight) delectationer; (fascinate) faciner || adj captita; captive balloon nelíbera balono
  • capture vt capter; (arrest) arester; (seize) sacer || n captito; (act) capto
  • Capuchin n Capucino
  • car n (auto)vecturo; automóbilo; (RR) vagono; car bomb vectur-bombo; carport parchi-tecto || vt carjack vectur-rauber
  • carabineer n carabinígero
  • caracole n caracolo || vi caracoler
  • carafe n carafo
  • caramel n caramelo
  • carapace n carapaço
  • carat n carato
  • caravan n caravano
  • caravansary n caravansarayo
  • caravel n (hist.) caravelo
  • caraway n (bot.) caravío
  • carbide n carburo
  • carbine n (musket) carabino
  • carbolic n carbolic acid carbol-ácido; fenolo
  • carbon n (chem.: C) carbonio; (impure: coal, charcoal, etc.) carbono; carbon dioxide carbonii-dióxido; carbon paper carbon-papero; carbonate carbonato || vt carbonate carbonationer; carbonize (coat with carbon) carbonizer; (convert to carbon) carbonifer; (make react to carbon) carboniijer || adj carbonaceous carboni(os)a; carbonated (drink) carbonationita; gasosa; carbonic carboníica; carbonic acid carboníica ácido; Carboniferous (containing carbon) carboniífera; (geol.) Carbonífera
  • Carbonaro n (hist.) Carbonaro
  • carboy n damijano
  • carbuncle n carbúnculo
  • carburet vt carburationer; (react with carbon) carboniijer || n (dated: carbide) carburo; carburator carburationatoro
  • carburize vt carboniizer
  • carcass n (dead animal) bestii-cadávero; (person’s body) corporaçho
  • carcinoma n carcinomo
  • card n carto; (for wool) carticlo; card shark, card sharp cart-astuto; lay one’s cards on the table poner la cartos adsur la ménsulo; play one’s cards right jocher bone sua cartos; to be in the cards eser probábila; cardboard cartono; (paperboard) paper-cartono
  • cardamine n (bot.) cardamino
  • cardamom n (bot.: Elettaria cardamomum) cardamom(ífer)o
  • cardan n cardan joint cardano; universala juntatco
  • cardiac adj cordiisca || n (person with heart disease) cordíaco
  • cardinal adj (number) cardinala; (primary) cardinala; çhefa; esentiisca; fundamentisca || n (church dignitary) cardinalo; (zool.: Cardinalis cardinalis) cardinaleo
  • cardioid n (math) cardioido
  • cardiology n cardiologhío; cardiologist cardiólogo
  • cardoon n (bot.: Cynara cardunculus) carduo
  • care vi (be concerned about) solicitudiner sopre; (feel interest) importer ad álicu; intereser ad álicu; I don’t care lo ne importan ad mi; lo ne interesan mi; mi ne solicitúdinan; what do I care? ye cuo lo importan ad mi? || vt care for (by physical acts) atenter; (the sick) flegher || n (attention) atentiono; (by physical acts) atento; (concern for) solicitúdino; (for the sick) flego; (guardianship) carichizo; guardo; responsivitio; take care! bone atentiones! || adj careful atentionema; cauta; diligenta; prudenta; Careful, man! There’s a beverage here! Cautitio, cherlo! Mi haban on bibedo enmanue!; careless (negligent) neatentionema; necauta; neglectema; carefree sine-solicitúdina; sine-tima; careworn erosita da solicitúdino
  • careen vt (a ship) carin-reparer || vi (speed unstably) vacile veher maxim rápide
  • career n (working life) carario; (course of life) viv-durationo; vivo; (history) historio || vi veher maxim rápide
  • caress vt carecier
  • carex n (bot.: Carex) cáriço
  • cargo n cárico
  • Carib n Caribo; Carribean Sea Caribiisca Maro
  • caribou n caribúo
  • caricature n caricaturo || vt caricaturizer
  • caries n cario; have caries (said of tooth) carier
  • carillon n (collection) campanelado; (tune) campanelad-ario; campanelad-músico
  • cariole n (carriage) cariolo; (dogsled) canin-slito
  • Carmel n (mountain or relig. order) Carmelo; Carmelite Carmelito
  • carmine n carminio
  • carnage n macto; masacro
  • carnal adj carnisca; sensuala || n carnality sensualitio || vt carnalize sensualifer
  • carnation n (bot: Dianthus caryophyllus) cariófilo; (color) carneo
  • carnelian n cornalino
  • carnify vt carnifer || vi carnecer
  • carnival n carnevalo
  • carnivore n carnívoro || adj carnivorous carnívora
  • carob n (bean) carubo; (tree) carubífero
  • carol n Natal-cantiono || vi Natal-canter
  • carom n (billiards) carambolo || vi (billiards) caramboler
  • carotid adj carótida || n carótido
  • carouse vi crapuler; trinc-orgier || n carousal crápulo; trinc-orgio
  • carousel n (merry-go-round) caroselo; (hist.: tilting tournament) caroselo
  • carp n (zool.: Cyprinus carpio) carpo || vi carp about, at criticaçhader; discusaçhader; reproçhader
  • carpal adj carpalisca
  • carpenter n carpentisto; (joiner) lignatchisto; carpentry (activity) carpentado; (work made) carpentatco || vt carpenter
  • carpet n tapeto
  • carpus n carpalo
  • carrion n (bestii-)cadávero
  • carronade n (hist.) caronato
  • carrot n caroto || adj carroty carotea; (of hair) rufa
  • carry vt (have on one’s person) portationer; (a disease) portationer; (a motion) adopter; aprober; (be pregnant with) eser grávida cun; (bring) adportationer; (broadcast) haber; presentationer; (imply) implicer; significher; (in a conveyance) vehifer; (publish) haber; impreser; presentationer; (support) suporter; (support financially) sustiner; (support weight) subportationer; suporter; (take) prender; (transport) transportationer; (win) ganier; carry away forportationer; carry forward (fin.) transferer; transportationer; (proceed with) durationifer; carry in enportationer; carry off forportationer; forprender; (abduct) rapter; (kill) mortifer; (make succeed) succesifer; carry on (engage in activity) conducter; ocuper si sopre; (manage) administrationer; directioner; (proceed with) durationifer; carry oneself (behave) comporter; (stand or move in a particular way) autotener; carry out (effectuate) efectifer; executer; facer; (food, trash) ecportationer; carry over (make remain) restifer; (postpone) procrastiner; carry the day ganier; vincer; carry through (accomplish) completioner; finer; (support through difficulty) subportationer; suporter; carry weight (have importance) importer || vi carry on (be debauched) debauçher; (behave badly) miscomporter; (continue) durationer; (make a fuss) eccitationer; carry over (remain) rester || n carriage (any vehicle) vecturo; (bearing, deportment) autoteno; camin-manario; comporto; vulto; (closed, horse-drawn vehicle) caróce(az)o; (horse-drawn vehicle for hire) fiacro; (of gun) afusto; (of typewriter) cariteto; (RR) vagono; (transportation) transportationo; (transportation cost) transportation-costo; transportation-pretio; carrier (aircraft carrier) avion-navo; (conduit) conductioniclo; (device) portationiclo; (elec.) portationanta undo; (med., chem.) portationedoro; (person) portationanto; portationisto; (vehicle) vehiclo; carrier pigeon curarii-piçhono || adj to be carried away (by enthusiasm) forportationezer
  • cart n carito; cartage vehifo; carter caritisto; cartload plen-carito || vt caritijer; cart off forcaritijer
  • carte n carte blanche plena liberitio; plena potentitio; carte de visite (hist.) vísit-carto
  • cartel n cartelo
  • Cartesian adj Cartesiana; Cartesian devil Cartesiana diábolo; Cartesian diver Cartesiana plumbicanto
  • carthamin n (chem.) carthamino
  • Carthusian n Carthusiano || adj Carthusiana
  • cartilage n cartilágino
  • cartographer n cartógrafo; cartography cartografío
  • cartomancer n cartómanto; cartomancy cartomantío
  • carton n carton-capso
  • cartoon n (animated film) designii-películo; (art: preliminary sketch) carton-schizatco; (caricature) caricaturo; (comic strip) designiatchi-bendo; (single-panel) burli-designiatco; sátir-designiatco
  • cartouche n cartuçho
  • cartridge n cartoçho; cartridge clip cartoçhuyo
  • cartulary n cartulado; (person) cartulisto
  • caruncle n carúnculo
  • carus n (med.) comazo
  • carve vt (chisel) ciselijer; (engrave, etch) gravurer; (gems) talier; (meat, etc.) dispartifer; dispetiifer; dissecher; (sculpture) sculpter; to carve to form talier
  • caryatid n (archit.) cariátido
  • cascade n cascato
  • case n (basis) basamento; (circumstances) caso; circumstantio; stando; (event) evento; eventualo; (gram. form) caso; (instance) caso; ocasiono; (jur.) argumentado; proceso; get off my case! laces mi en paço!; in any case omni-case; in case (that) case che; en la caso che; por la caso che; in case of case di; in no case nul-case; in that case ecuil-case; make a case for argumenter por; facer argumentado por; such being the case en tala caso; (coating, covering) tegiclo; (container: box) capso; (container: cabinet) armario; (container: chest) cofro; (container designed to hold something specific) stucio; -uyo; (container: glass showcase) vitrino; (container: suitcase) valisio; case study cas-studo; lower case minúsculo; upper case majúsculo; casebook cas-libro; caseload cas-cárico || vt case-harden superficie durifer
  • casein n caseíno
  • casemate n (hist.) casamato
  • casement n (lit.) fenestro; (window) portesca fenestro
  • caseous adj caseesca; caseous necrosis caseesca necroto
  • casern n caserno
  • cash n (ready money) contanto; cash discount contanta rebasatco; cash flow cash-fluo; cash in (bonds, etc.) realifer; cash in hand cashi-stando; encasha sumo; cash in on tirer profito ec; cash register cash-registratoro; cash reserve pecunii-reservatco; cashier cashisto; for cash contante; to be in cash haber pecunio; cash-box casho || vt (convert to cash) contantifer; cashier (dismiss in disgrace) destituter
  • cashmere n cashmiro
  • casing n tegiclo; (of window, door) cuadro
  • casino n casino
  • cask n baril(az)o; (tun) tonelo
  • casket n (coffin) cápulo; (jewel case) joyeluyo; (small box) cofreto
  • Caspian Sea adj Caspia Maro || n Caspio
  • cassation n (legal) casationo; (mus.) divertimento; serenato
  • casserole n (food) caserolatco; (saucepan) caserolo || vt caserolijer
  • cassette n caseto
  • cassia n (fruit) casio; (tree) casiífero
  • cassock n sutano
  • cassowary n (zool.: Casuarius) casuario
  • cast vt (throw) jacter; lancer; (fabric) torcer; (horoscope) calculer; (mold) moldijer; (print) stereotipifer; (shadow) projectioner; (shed) [clothes] desvestejecer; [hair, skin, feathers] delacer; (spell) incanter; (theat.) [actor] asigner on rolo ad; castingher; rolizer; [play, movie, role] actorizer; castingher por; [role] asigner; cast a glance jacter on reguardo; cast anchor ancorijer; jacter la áncoro; cast aside forjacter; renuntier; cast doubt on dubitandifer; poner en dúbito; cast down (eyes) abaser; cast headlong precipiter; cast lots loterier; cast off abandoner; delacer; forjacter; (spouse) rupudier; cast one’s ballot balotijer; cast one’s vote votationer; cast out ejecter; cast up (math) sumifer; (reproach) jacter en la facio di álicu; reproçher || vi cast about for cercher; considerer; cast off (knitting) fin-tricoter; (naut.) delitorecer; cast on (knitting) tricotecer || n (throw) jacto; lanço; (appearance) aspecto; vulto; (mold) moldo; (molded object) moldijatco; (orthopedic) gips-bandajo; (squint) strabitio; (theat.) actorado; casting couch cástinghi-sofó; caster (cruet) condimentuyo; (on furniture) roteto; casting jact(ad)o; lanç(ad)o; (molded object) moldijatco; (of actors) cásting(ad)o; castaway naufraghinto || adj cast iron ghiso; casting vote decisiva votationo
  • castanet n castanieto
  • caste n castio
  • castellated adj crenelizita
  • castigate vt (punish) puner; (reprimand) reprimendazer
  • castle n castelo; (chess) turo || vi (chess) adrocher
  • castor oil plant n (bot.: Ricinus communis) ricino
  • castrate vt castrer
  • casual adj (fortuitous) fortúita; (informal) neformala; casual relationship neformala relato; (occasional) neregulasca; sporádica; casual acquaintance simpla cognoçato; casual sex líbera sexejo; (offhand) neformala; sine solicitúdino || n casuals (clothing) neformalatcos; casualty (accident) accidento; (dead) morto; (loss) perdo; (victim) víctimo; (wounded) vulnerito
  • casuist n casuisto; casuistry casuismo
  • cat n cato; cat o’ nine tails nonupla flagelo; fight like cats and dogs harmonier cuale catos et caninos; let the cat out of the bag exposer la secreto; catnap dormeto || adj catty despitosa; mal-volitionosa; catlike cateça
  • catachresis n catacreso
  • cataclysm n cataclismo
  • catacomb n catacumbo
  • catafalque n catafalco
  • catalepsy n catalepsio
  • catalog n catálogo || vt cataloghizer
  • Catalonia n Catalunia; Catalan Cataluniano
  • catalpa n (bot.: Catalpa) catalpo
  • catalysis n catáliso; catalyst catalisedoro || vt catalyze cataliser
  • catamaran n catamarano
  • catamite n catamito
  • cataplasm n cataplasmo
  • catapult n catapulto
  • cataract n (med.) cataracto; (waterfall) cascatazo
  • catarrh n cataro
  • catastrophe n catástrofo
  • catch vt (intercept and hold) capter; (capture) arester; capter; haltifer; (contact, get a hold of) catch you later! usche rivido!; I can never catch him at home mi jamás succeser contacter ili focare; (disease) captezer da; prendezer da; (grasp) prender; sacer; catch the eye capter la atentiono; incontrer la óculo; catch! captes!; (hear) auder; [understand] comprenser; (hit) I caught my head on the beam mea cápito colpezin contre la trabo; the bullet caught him in the arm ili receptin la cuglo en sua brachio; la cuglo atingin ili en iluya brachio; (receive) her eyes caught the light eluya óculos reflectin la lúmino; this room catches the morning sun ecuista cambro receptan la solelo di la matino; (see, hear, visit) [concert, exhibition] vader ad; [radio show] auder; ausculter; [TV show, film] specter; vider; (take by surprise) surpriser; catch someone doing something surpriser álicu façanta álico; you’ve caught me at a bad time vi trovin mi en on mala instanto; (train, bus, flight) aborder (en sufiçanta témporo); ariver en sufiçanta témporo por; capter (en sufiçanta témporo); prender (en sufiçanta témporo); (trap) entrapifer; I caught my fingers in the door mea dígitos captezin en la porto; I caught my hair in the thorns mea capilado enganciecin en la spinos; catch one’s breath cesationer anheler || vi catch on (become popular) modecer; popularecer; (understand) comprensecer; catch up with (become up-to-date) riactualizer si; (overtake) cur-atinger || n (seizure) capto; prendo; saço; (fish) pischedo; (hidden disadvantage) trapo; catch-22 trapo 22; (latch) [bolt] pésulo; [pawl] clinco; (snare) capticlo; inganiclo; (stopping mechanism) freno; haltificlo; catcher (baseball) receptedoro; catchword (catchphrase) populara fraso; répet-fraso || adj catching (med.) contagiema; infectema; catchy faciniva; ganciijema; get caught up in (involved in, entangled in) implichecer en; catch-all generala; por omno; catchpenny ingenu-captiva
  • catechism n catechiz-libro; catechesis catechizado || vt catechize catechizer
  • catechu n cateçhuo
  • catechumen n catecúmeno
  • category n categorío || vt categorize clasificher || adj categorical (absolute) absouta; (logic, gen.) categoriisca
  • catenoid n catenoido
  • cater vt (provide food) (mangi-)proviser; cater to proviser; server; this magazine caters to tweens ecuista magazino es directionata ad anteadulteçantos || n caterer provisisto
  • caterpillar n eruco
  • caterwaul n cat-ululer
  • catfish n (zool., internet) cati-piço; siluro; (internet) catfisho || vt (internet) catfishier
  • catgut n catguto
  • catharsis n (med., fig.) purgo || adj cathartic purghiva
  • cathedral n cathedralo
  • catheter n cathétero
  • cathetus n (geom.) catheto
  • cathode n cáthodo
  • catholic adj Cathólica || n Catholicism Catholichismo
  • cation n cationo
  • catkin n (bot.) amento
  • catoptrics n catóptrico
  • cattle n bovos; cattle rustler bovi-furtisto; cattle shed bovayo; (bovi-)stábulo
  • catwalk n paserelo
  • Caucasus n Caucasia Caucasia; the Caucasus mountains Cáucaso
  • caucus n cauco
  • caudal adj caudisca
  • cauldron n calderono
  • cauliflower n caulifloro
  • caulk n calafatatco || vt calafater
  • cause vt (bring into existence) efectifer; producter; provocationer; (cause to be done) ficer (álico facita da álicu); (cause to do) ficer (álicu facer álico); obligher || n causo; cause and effect causo et efecto; first cause unésima causo; (affair) afaro; cause célèbre famosa caso; (jur.) proceso; (motive) motivo; show cause exposer la motivo; without cause sine motivo; (origin) orígino; (purpose) objectivo; make common cause with haber comuna objectivo cun; (undertaking) interprenso; causality caus(isch)itio; efectifo; causation efectifo || adj causal, causative caus(isc)a; causeless sine causo; sine motivo
  • causeway n dic-vialo
  • caustic adj (chem.) cáustica; (fig.) mordanta; sarcasma
  • cautery n cauterio || vt cauterize cauteriijer
  • caution n (care to avoid danger) cautitio; (prudence) prudentitio; (warning) adverto; (bail) cautiono || vt (warn) adverter || adj cautionary advertema; exhortema; cautionary tale advert-raconto; cautious cauta; prudenta
  • cavalcade n cabalicantado
  • cavalier n (archaic: cavalryman) cabalariadano; (archaic: courtly gentleman) galanto; (archaic: escort) acompanianto; (hist.: supporter of Charles I) monarchisto || adj (arrogant) aroganta; superba; (offhand) indiferentaçha
  • cavalry n cabalariado; cavalryman cabalariadano
  • cavatina n (mus.) cavatino
  • cave n caverno; caveman cavernano || vi cave in colapser; (fig.) cesioner
  • caveat n adverto; caveat emptor guardes si la comprunto
  • cavern n caverno || adj cavernous cavernesca
  • caviar n caviaro
  • cavil vi discusaçher; frívole objectioner
  • cavity n cavatco; forámino; (tooth decay) cario
  • cavort vi caprioler
  • caw vi crocer
  • cayenne n (also “cayenne pepper”) papricatco
  • cease vi cesationer || vt cesationifer || n ceasefire batalii-halto || adj ceaseless sine cesationo
  • cedar n (bot.) cedro
  • cede vt cesioner
  • cedilla n cedilo
  • cedrate n cedrato
  • cedula n cédulo
  • ceiling n tegmento; (act) tegmentizo
  • celebrate vt (festival) fester; (marriage, anniversary, mass) celebrer || n celebrant celebranto; celebrity (fame) famo; (famous person) famoso || adj celebrated (famous) famosa
  • celerity n rapiditio
  • celery n sélero
  • celestial adj (relating to heaven) Celestiisca; (relating to the sky) celisca
  • celibate adj (chaste) casta; (unmarried) céliba || n celibacy castitio; celibitio
  • cell n (all senses) célulo; cell phone célul-teléfono; telefoneto; (elec.) pilio || adj cellular celulisca; celulosa; cellular network célul-reto
  • cellar n celario
  • cello n violoncelo
  • cellophane n celofano
  • celluloid n celuloido
  • cellulose n celulozo
  • cement n cemento; reinforced cement armaturizita cemento || vt (attach with cement) cementejer; (cover with cement) cementizer
  • cemetery n cemeterio; tumbayo
  • cenobite n cenobito
  • cenotaph n cenotafio
  • cense vt incensizer || n censer incensiziclo
  • censor n censuristo; (hist.) censoro; censorship censurado || vt (prohibit all or part of a book, movie, etc.) censurer || adj censorious condemnema; critichema; reprimendema
  • censure vt condemner; reprimender || n condemno; reprimendo
  • census n censo; to take a census of censer
  • cent n (coin) “cent”; centavo; (every 100) cento; two per cent du po centa
  • centaur n (myth.) centauro
  • centaury n (bot.) centáureo
  • centenarian n centanuo
  • centenary n centésima aniversario
  • center n (middle) centro; (focus) centro; the center of attention la center di atentiono; (place for specific activity) centro; health center centro di sanitio; (pol.) centro; centrism centrismo; centrist centristo; (sport) centro; center of gravity baricentro; centro di grávito; gráviti-centro; centerfold (poster) centr-afigedo; centerpiece ménsul-ornatco; (fig.) principala atractivo || vt (concentrate) concentrer; (put in center) centrifer; centralize centrischifer || vi concentrezer; converger; graviter || adj central centr(isc)a; (principal) principala
  • centesimal adj centavisca
  • centiare n (ca) centiaro
  • centigrade adj centígrada
  • centigram n centígramo
  • centimeter n centímetro
  • centipede n centi-pedo
  • centrifuge n centrifugatoro || vt centrifugher || adj centrifugal centrifughisca
  • centriliter n centrílitro
  • centripetal adj centripetisca
  • centurion n centuriono
  • century n século; (hist.) centurio
  • cep n (bot.) nobiliar-boleto
  • cephalic adj capitisca
  • cephalopod n cefalópodo
  • ceramic adj cerámica || n ceramics ceramichío
  • cerate n (pharm.) cerato
  • cereal n (breakfast food) cerealatco; (grain) cerealo
  • cerebellum n cerebelo
  • cerebrum n cerebro || vi cerebration cerebrijo || adj cerebral cerebrisca
  • cerecloth n ceri-telo
  • cerement n ceri-telo; (shroud) sudario
  • ceremony n ceremonio; stand on ceremony facer la ceremonios || adj ceremonial ceremoniisca; ceremonious ceremoniosa
  • cerise adj ceresea
  • cerium n (chem.: Ce) cerio
  • certain adj (convinced) certana; to be certain of eser certana sopre; to become certain certanecer; (definite but unknown) alicuanta; a certain amount of alicuanta; he commands a certain respect ili inspiran alicuanta respecto; she has a certain something eli haban on particulara álico; to a certain extent alicuante; (known but unspecified) cuida; a certain relative of yours stopped by cuida vua parento vísitin; certain things should not be discussed in public je cuida afaros homi ne discuses públiche; (specified but unknown) on; a certain Mr. Smith called today on Senioro Smith telefonijin hodie; (sure, definite) certa; death is certain morter es certa; to be sure! certe!; to make certain of certifer || adv certainly (assuredly) certane; certe; sine dúbito; ya || n certainty (conviction) certanitio; (sure fact) certo
  • certify vt certifer; (affirm) constater; (authorize) aprober; yurizer; (bear witness) atester; (declare) declarationer; (declare insane) declarationer dementa || n certificate atestatco; certifatco; certificate of birth certifatco je naço; certificate of health certifatco je salubritio; certificate of marriage certifatco je marito; certification atesto; certifo; certified (a check) certifer; (in profession) diplomizita || adj certified (affirmed) constatita; (authorized) aprobita; yurizita; (declared insane) declarationita dementa
  • certitude n certitio
  • cerulean adj azura; cel-blava
  • cerumen n (med.) cerúmino
  • ceruse n (archaic: white lead) ceruso
  • cervix n (anat.) cerviço; colo di útero
  • cesarean n cesáreo
  • cessation n (being stopped) cesationifo; (by self) cesationo; halto; pauso
  • cession n cesiono; cessionary cesionatario
  • cesspool n (or cesspit) latrin-foso; (fig.) to let politics become a cesspool, and then avoid it because it is a cesspool, is a double crime lacer político esecer on sentino, et eviter li pro che li es on sentino, es on crímino dupla
  • cestus n (hist.) cesto
  • cetacean n (zool.) cetáceo
  • Chad n Çhadia; Chadian Çhadiano
  • chafe vt (irritate) despatientifer; (frich-)iriter || vi (irritate) despatientecer; (frich-)iritecer || n chafing dish platel-caldificlo
  • chafer n (zool.) melolontho
  • chaff n (husk) fúrfuro; sílicuo; (banter) deriseto; joca deriso; (fodder) fodro
  • chaffer vi (archaic: haggle) mercantejer || n (archaic: haggling) mercantejo
  • chaffinch n (zool.: Fringilla coelebs) pinciono
  • chagrin n çhagrino; much to my chagrin cun granda çhagrino je mi || vt çhagrinifer; (vex) vexer
  • chain n (lit. and fig.) cateno; (surveyor’s) mensur-cateno (20.12 metros); chain gang catenizita laborantado; chain letter caten-létero; chain lightning zigzag-fúlmino; chain link caten-anelo; chain mail (armor) malii-armoro; (mesh) malio; chain of command mandation-cateno; chain of events cateno di eventos; chain of stores cateno di botecos; chain reaction caten-reacto; chain store caten-boteco; chain-smoker caten-fumejanto; (habitual smoker) custumasca fumejanto || vt catenizer; (link together) catenifer || vi chain-smoke caten-fumejer
  • chair n sedilo; (speaker’s) cáthedro; (chairperson) presidanto; chairlift telesedilo || vt (preside over) presider
  • chaise n (hist.) calesheto; chaise longue longa sedilo
  • chalaza n (zool.) chalazo
  • chalcedony n calcedonio
  • chalet n çhaleto
  • chalice n cáliço
  • chalk n creto; (gypsum) gipso; (for writing) creti-lápido; gipsi-lápido; chalkboard creti-tábulo || vt chalk something up to (ascribe to) atribuer álico ad || adj chalky creta; cretesca; cretosa
  • challenge n (defiance, dare) defío; (by sentry) haltejo; (call into question) contesto; (jur.) objectiono; recuso; (stimulation) stímulo; (test of ability) demando je efortio; challenger defianto; recusanto || vt (defy, dare) defier; (as a sentry) haltejer; (call into question) contester; (jur.) objectioner; recuser; (stimulate) stimuler; (test abilities) demander efortio || adj challenged dificilizita; vertically challenged altitii-dificilizita; visually challenged vidi-dificilizita; challenging defianta; provocationanta; (difficult) difícila; (stimulating) stimulanta
  • chalybeate adj ferosa
  • chamade n (mil.) çhamado
  • chamber n cambro; (of gun) focil-cambreto; chamber of commerce cambro di comercio; Chamber of Deputies Cambro di Deputitos; chamber pot nocti-vaso; chambermaid cambrist(is)o
  • chamberlain n çhambelano
  • chameleon n (zool.) cameleono
  • chamfer vt (archit.) çhanfrenizer || n çhanfreno
  • chamfron n (hist.: also chaffron, chamfrein, shaffron, et. al.) capitaro (di cabalo)
  • chamois n (zool.) camoçho
  • chamomile n (bot.) camomilo
  • champagne n çhampanio
  • champion n campiono; champion boxer box-campiono; championship campionitio || vt campioneser ad; combater por; defenser
  • chance n (chance occurrence) fortúito; by chance fortúite; leave nothing to chance lacer nulo ad fortúito; (opportunity) oportunatco; (probability of success, good or bad) posibilitio; probabilitio; chances are that es maxim probábila che; on the off chance that por la eventualo che; to take a chance eprober la probabilitio; facer on risco; rischer si; I’m not taking any chances mi ne desíderan rischer mi || vt (risk) rischer || vi chance upon fortúite trover; fortúite vider; incontrer || adj fortúita; chancy fortuitosa
  • chancel n corayo
  • chancellor n cancelario; Chancellor of the Exchequer (Brit.) Ministro di Finantio; Lord High Chancellor (Brit.) Çhefa Cancelario
  • chancery n (court of equity) corto di ecuitato; (Brit.: chancellor’s court) cancelarii-corto
  • chancre n çhancro
  • chandelier n lustro
  • change vt (gen.: make different) cambier; (alter) alterationer; (modify) modificher; (permute) permuter; (substitute one thing for another) alterifer; cambier; change clothes cambier sua vestado; change color cambier sua coloro; change hands cambier la patrono; cambier la proprietanto; transdationezer; change one’s mind cambier sua opino; change trains cambier áltera traino; cambier traino; (transform) transformifer; the prince was changed into a frog la príncipo esin transformifita ad on rano || vi (become altered) alterationezer; you haven’t changed a bit! vi tote ne alterationezin!; vi tote ne cambiezin!; (seasons) alterner; (vary) varier || n (alteration) alterationo; change of life menopauso; for a change por vario; (coins) moneto; (substitution) cambio; two changes of underwear dua reservedos de subvestos; subvestos por dua cambios; changeling substitutionita bebo; changer (money) (moneti-, pecunii-)cambiisto; (tech.) cambiiclo || adj changeable cambiezema; neconstanta; variema; (able to be changed) cambiébila; changeless nevariiva; sine cambio
  • channel n (watercourse, TV channel) canalo; The (English) Channel Mánica Canalo; (groove) [archit.; rifling] canelo; [furrow] sulco; [joinery] ranuro; (of communication) vialo; go through the usual channels secuer la normasca vialos; (strait) mar-stricto; (stream bed) flu-lecto || vt (canalize) canalifer; (direct) directioner; (groove) [archit.; rifling] canelizer; [furrow] sulchizer; [joinery] ranurizer; (spirit) canaleser ad
  • chanson n cantiono
  • chant vt (plan-)canter
  • chanterelle n (bot.: Cantharellus cibarius) cantharelo
  • chaos n caoso || adj chaotic caosisca
  • chap vi (of the lips) findetezer || n findetatco; (Brit: boy) pueriçho; (Brit: man) cherliçho; hómino; I say, old chap! auscultes, cherlucio!; chap stick bálsam-bastoneto; chaps (worn by cowboys) çhaparero
  • chaparral n çhaparalo
  • chapeau n capelo
  • chapel n capelio
  • chaperone n tutel-acompanianto || vt tutel-acompanier
  • chapfallen adj (archaic: dejected) depresionita; (archaic: exhausted) exhaustita
  • chaplain n capeli-çhefo; clérico di armato; clérico di guer-navo
  • chaplet n cápiti-ghirlando
  • chapter n (book) capítulo; (church) canonicalado; (society) branchi-societo; filiala societo
  • char vt (blacken the surface of by burning) carbonifeter; (scorch) ardetifer
  • charabancs n (hist.) çharabanco; scamni-vecturo
  • character n (bio.) caráctero; (distinctive nature) caráctero; personitio; [originality] originischitio; [reputation] reputezo; character actor carácter-actoro; tip-actoro; person of good character persono di bona caráctero; persono di bona reputezo; this sudden generosity is totally out of character for him ecuista nexpectata generositio esin nulo tipasca di ili; (person) [in novel, play] persono; [interesting or amusing] originisco; [role] rolo; [type] tipo; larger-than-life character exuberanta tipo; tipo plu granda cam lo naturasca; let’s get into character nos pones nos en la rolo; main character protagonisto; shady characters suspectanda tipos; (strength) [moral] ethichisca fortitio; [physical] vigoro; (typ.) caráctero; character set caracterado; characteristic caracterizivo; distinguivo; (bio.) caráctero; (math) característico; characterization caracterizo; distinguo || vt characterize caracterizer; cualificher; distinguer || adj characteristic caracteriziva; distinguiva; tipasca || adv characteristically caracterizive; tipasche
  • charade n farço; charades çharado
  • charcoal n ligni-carbono; charcoal pencil (art) carbon-lápido; charcoal sketch carbon-designiatco
  • charge vt (assault) asalter; (entrust) comisioner; (fin.) [account, person] debitizer; [make pay] ficer pagher; [set a price] exiger; [sum] debitifer; (jur.) [accuse] acuser; [impute] imputer; (load, fill) [battery, gun, truck, etc.] carichizer || n (assault) asalto; sound the charge sonifer por asalto; (elec.) cárico; (entrustment) comisiono; (fin.) [cost] costo; pretio; [debit] débito; free of charge gratúita; sine pago; (jur.) [accusation] acuso; [imputation] ímputo; (load) cárico; (person) guardato; (responsibility) be in charge directioner; guarder; chargé d' affaires carichizito per afaros; (shot) cartoçho; disparedo; charger (device) carichiziclo; (horse) cursorio; (person) asaltanto || adj chargeable (fin.: person, account) debitizébila; (fin.: sum) debitifébila; (jur.: offense) imputébila; (jur.: person) acusébila
  • charily adv caute; prudente
  • chariot n guer-caróceo; charioteer guer-caroceisto
  • charisma n carismo
  • charity n (alms) elemósino; (benevolence) bon-facemitio; bon-volitiono; caritato; (leniency) clementitio; indulgemitio; (organization) bon-facerío; elemosinerío
  • charlatan n çharlatano
  • charlock n (bot.: Sinapis arvensis) silvaja mustardo; sinapo
  • charm n (delightfulness) cármino; (pleasantness) agradabilitio; turn on the charm carminecer; (attractiveness) atractivitio; (fascination) fácino; (magic) [amulet] amuleto; [bewitchment] incanto; [enchanted item] incanticlo; [talisman] talismano; charms (feminine) seducticlos; (pleasant side) agradabilatcos || vt (delight) carminer; (pleasant) agradábila; (bewitch) incanter; (fascinate) faciner || adj charming carminanta; carminiva; faciniva; seductiva
  • charter n cártulo
  • chase vt cacier; chase away forpulser
  • chassis n çhasio
  • chaste adj casta
  • chat vi converser; chat room conversayo
  • chatter vi garuler || n chatter-box garulemo
  • chauvinism n Çhauvinismo; chauvinist Çhauvinisto
  • cheap adj necostosa
  • cheat vt inganer || n cheat sheet abscondita adjuticlo
  • check vt controler; check in (at hotel, etc.) registrer || vi check in (at hotel, etc.) registrezer || n (bank) çheco; checkbook çhecado; çhechi-cuaderno; checkroom depositayo di bagajo; enscribayo di bagajo
  • cheek n genalo
  • cheer vt (acclaim) aclamer; (as a cheerleader) çherer; (encourage) coragizer || adj cheerful alecra || inter cheers! (ad vua) sanitio!
  • cheese n cáseo
  • chef n (head cook) cap-cocinisto
  • chemical adj chimisca || n chimiatco
  • chemist n chimisto; (pharmacist) farmachisto
  • chemistry n (composition) chimo; (sci.) chimío
  • cherry n cereso; cherry tree ceresífero
  • cherub n chérubo
  • chess n shac-joco; shacos; play chess shac-jocher; chessboard shac-tábulo; chessman shac-petio
  • chest n (anat) péctoro; (box) cofro
  • chestnut n castáneo; chestnut tree castaniífero; sweet chestnut marono
  • chevron n (typ.) angulífera paréntheso
  • chew vt masticher
  • chick n (of any bird) aucelolo; (woman) cherliso; (young chicken) pulolo
  • chicken n pul-carno; pulo
  • chief adj principala; (in rank) çhefa || n çhefo
  • chiffchaff n çhifçhafo
  • chignon n çhiniono
  • chigoe n çhico
  • child n (minor) minoreno; puero; (offspring) filio; (infant) infanto; (infant, toddler) bebo; (neonate) neonato; (preadolescent) anteadulteçanto; (toddler) pasuetanto; puereto; (young person) puero; child-in-law afina filio; gendro; children’s ball puer-balo; with child grávida
  • Chile n Çhilia; Chilean Çhiliano
  • chili n (chili pepper) páprico
  • chimera n chimero
  • chimney n fum-túbulo
  • chimpanzee n çhimpanzeo
  • chin n mentono
  • China n Çhinia; Chinese Çhiniano || adj Chinese aster (bot.: Callistephus chinensis) Çhiniana astero
  • chinchilla n çinçilo
  • chintz n çhinço
  • chirp n pipier
  • chisel n ciselo || vt ciselijer
  • chivalry n cabalariío
  • chives n cepuleto
  • chloride n cloruro
  • chlorine n (chem.: Cl) cloro
  • chocolate n çhocolato; hot chocolate calda çhocolato; milk chocolate lactífera çhocolato
  • choice n selecto; (alternative) alternativo || adj pro-choice favoranta abortifer
  • choir n coro
  • choke vt (suffocate) afocher
  • cholera n cólero
  • chomp vt masticazer
  • choose vt selecter; (elect to office) electioner
  • chop vt haçhijer || n (cutlet) costuleto
  • chopper n (auto.) çhopero
  • chopsticks n manj-bastonetos
  • chord n (geom.) cordo; (mus.) acordo
  • chrism n crismo
  • Christ n Cristo; Christendom Cristia; Christian Cristiano; Christianity Cristianismo; Christmas Natalo; Christmas tree Natal-árboro
  • chromatic adj cromática
  • chromatograph n cromatógrafo; chromatography cromatografío
  • chrome n cromo
  • chromium n (chem.: Cr) cromo
  • chronic adj crónica
  • chronicle n cróniclo
  • chrysanthemum n crisanthemo
  • chunk n petio
  • church n (building) templo; (institution) eclesio; church-goer eclesiano
  • cider n cidro
  • cigar n cigaro
  • Cinderella n Cineréntula
  • cinema n (art) cinémato; (movie theater) cínemo
  • cinematography n cinematografío; cinematographer çhefa fotógrafo
  • cipher n (written figure) cifro || vt (encode) cifrationer
  • circle n círculo || adj circular círcula
  • circuit n circúito
  • circulate vi circulationer
  • circumference n circumferentio
  • circumlocution n circumlocuo; circumparlo
  • circumstance n circumstantio
  • circus n circo
  • cistern n cisterno
  • citadel n citadelo
  • cite vt citer
  • citizen n civo; (of a particular city) civitatano; citizenship civitio
  • citrate n citrato
  • citron n citrono
  • citrus n citro
  • city n civitato
  • city-state n civitat-stato
  • civic adj civila
  • civil adj (civilian) civila; (polite) cortesa
  • civilian n civilo || adj civila
  • civilization n civilisititio
  • clack vi clacher
  • claim vt (assert right to) pretenser; (assert, affirm) aserter; (demand) exiger; (demand back) revindicter; (register complaint regarding loss, etc.) reclamationer || n claimant reclamationanto
  • clam n pelórido
  • clan n (gens) gento
  • clandestine adj clandestina; secretuçha
  • clang vi clangher
  • clap vi (applaud) aplauser; (with the hands) clacher
  • claque n aplausistado
  • clasp n agrafo || vt agrafijer; stringer
  • class n (course in school) curso; (division, type; school group) claso; classifieds (want ads) demand-reclamos; classmate curs-camarado; scol-camarado || vt classify clasificher; cualificher || adj classic(al) clásica; classy unésim-clasa
  • clause n (gram.) propositiono
  • claw n ungulazo
  • clay n argilo
  • clean adj nita || n cleanliness nititio || vt nitifer; (wound) absterser
  • clear adj brilanta; clara || vt (a check) accepter; clear one's throat clarifer sua voço
  • cleave vt finder
  • clergyman n clérico
  • cleric n clérico
  • clerk n comiso
  • clever adj hábila; ingeniema || n cleverness ingeniemitio
  • cliché n cliçheo
  • click vi clacheter; click on clacheter sur || n clacheto; (kilometer) chilómetro
  • client n cliento
  • cliff n precipicio
  • climate n clímato
  • climax n (high point) cúlmino; (of a play, etc.) clímaço
  • climb vt scander
  • clinic n clínico || adj clinical clinichisca
  • clink vi clangheter
  • clip n (fastener) clipo; (video, radio) secuentio; clipboard cliptábulo; R-clip spínula clavilo
  • clique n clico
  • clitoris n clitórido; clit (vulg.) landico
  • cloak n manto; cloakroom vestayo
  • clock n horologio
  • clone n clonatco || vt cloner
  • close vt cluder || adj (intimate) íntima; (near) próxima; closed (enclosed) clusa; (shut) cludita
  • closet n (for storage) armario; (private room) consiliayo; privata cambro; (small room) cabineto; (W.C.) latrinayo || vt (shut in) encluder || vi conferentier (cun álicu private)
  • clot n grumo
  • cloth n (any woven fabric) stofo; (for spec. purpose) tuco; tablecloth ménsul-tuco
  • clothe vt vestizer || n clothes vestado; clothes hamper lavenduyo; clothespin vestoclipo
  • cloud n nubo
  • clover n trifolio
  • clown n clauno
  • cloy vt blaser
  • club n (cards) trifolio; (disco) discoteco; (heavy stick) clavono; (society) clubo
  • clumsy adj nehábila
  • clutch n (auto) imbrachico
  • clutter vt incumbrer
  • coach vt intrainer
  • coagulate vi coaguler || n coagulum coagulatco
  • coal n carbono; coal tar carbon-catrano
  • coast n ripo
  • coat n (anat.) túnico; (animal) pelto; pilado; (covering) copertatco; (layer) strato; (long outdoor garment) mantelo; frock coat surtuto; morning coat jaco
  • cobalt n (chem.: Co) cobalto
  • cobbler n calceol-reparisto
  • cobra n cobro
  • cocaine n cocaíno
  • cochlea n cócleo
  • cock n puliçho; (vulg.) ménculo; [metaph.] virgo || vt tender || adj cock-eyed straba
  • cockchafer n melolontho
  • cockpit n cabino
  • cockroach n blato
  • cocktail n cóctelo
  • cocoa n cacao; (hot chocolate) calda çhocolato
  • coconut n coco
  • cod n merlucio; Atlantic cod moruo
  • coddle vt indulcer
  • code n (any system of word substitution) códico; (laws, conventions) códiço
  • codeine n codeíno
  • coffee n cafeo; coffee bean cafegrano; coffee pot cafe-úrceo
  • coffin n cápulo
  • cog n rotdento; cogset pinionado
  • cognac n coniaco
  • cognomen n familiisca nómino
  • cohere vi coheser
  • coif n cofio
  • coin n moneto
  • coincide vi coincider
  • colander n colatoro; tamiso
  • cold adj frígida; (very) frigidaza; cold-blooded sine compasiono || n catareto; frigiditio; (tech) frígoro; to catch a cold prendezer da on catareto; to give a cold dationer on catareto (ad álicu); to take cold captezer da frigiditio
  • colic n cólico
  • collagen n colágeno
  • collapse vi colapser; (fold) plichezer || adj collapsible plichébila
  • collar n (of a dog) colario; (of a shirt) columo; collarbone clavículo
  • colleague n colego
  • collect vt colectioner || n collection -ado; colectionito || adj collective insímula
  • collective adj colectiva
  • college n colegio; superiora scolo
  • collide vi colisioner
  • Colombia n Columbia; Colombian Columbiano
  • colonel n colonelo
  • colony n colonio; leper colony leprosayo; penal colony pun-colonio
  • color n coloro; coloring colorado || adj color-blind color-ceca
  • colostomy n colostomío
  • colubrid n cólubro
  • columbine n acuilegio
  • column n columno
  • coma n como || adj comatose comífera
  • comb n péctino || vt pectinijer
  • combine vt (put together) combiner
  • combust vt combuster || n combustion combusto
  • come vi vener; come back rivener; come in! entres!; come out ecvader; (first appearance) debuter; (stop hiding a secret, esp. homosexuality) vader ec la armario; to come to nothing nulecer
  • comedy n comedio
  • comet n cometo
  • comfort n conforto || vt (console) consoler; (give ease) confortizer || adj comfortable confortosa
  • comic adj cómica; comic book cómixo
  • comma n vírgulo
  • command vt mandationer (ad) || vi (be in) comander || n The Ten Commandments la decálogo
  • commandeur n comandoro
  • comment vt comenter
  • commerce n comercio
  • commission vt comisioner || n comisiono; (money paid for commercial agency) comision-pagatco; commissioner comisionito; pay on commission pagher comisione
  • committee n comitato
  • commodity n merço
  • common adj (belonging to all) comuna; (used or done by the common people) vulgara; (usual) frecuenta; ordinaria; common noun comuna nómino
  • commotion n tumulto
  • commune n comunio || vi (be one with) comunionier; (confer) conferentier
  • communicate vt comunicher
  • community n (being in common) comunitio; (group of people with common traits, interests, profession, etc.) comunitato
  • commute vt (reduce a sentence) comuter; commutate comutationer
  • Comoros n Comoria; Comoran Comoriano
  • compact adj compacta
  • companion n companiono
  • company n companío
  • compare vt comparer || vi how do the prices compare? cuala es la pretios cómpare?; how do they compare? cua es lora cualitios rispectiva? || n comparative (gram.) comparativo; comparison cómparo
  • compartment n compartimento
  • compass n (naut.) búxulo; compass card búxul-carto; (pair of compasses) compaso
  • compatible adj congruanta || n compatibility cóngruo
  • compel vt coacter; obligher; (by physical power) fortier
  • compensate vt (recompense, indemnify) indemnizer; compensate for compenser
  • compete vi (in business) concurentier; (in games) concurser
  • competent adj competenta
  • compile vt compiler
  • complacent adj autocontenta
  • complain vi planger
  • complaisant adj complaçanta
  • complement n complemento
  • complete adj completa || adv completely complete || vt completifer
  • complex adj complichita; complexa
  • complexion n carnationo
  • complicate vt complicher || adj complicated complichita
  • compose vt composer
  • compote n compoto
  • compound vt composer
  • comprise vt continer; incluser; (consist of) consister (ec)
  • compromise vi (agree, settle) compromiser || vt (endanger) compromiter || n compromiso; compromito
  • compulsion n coacto
  • compute vt calculer; computer || n computer computatoro
  • comrade n camarado
  • concave adj cóncava
  • conceal vt absconder
  • concede vt (a point in an argument) conceser; (grant) conceser
  • conceive vt (child) conceptioner; (idea) concepter; misconceive miscomprenser || vi (child) gravidecer
  • concentrate vt concentrer || vi (focus one’s attention) concentrezer sur
  • concentric adj concéntrica
  • concept n conceptatco || vt conceptualize concepter || adj conceptual conceptisca
  • conception n (of child) conceptiono; (of idea) concepto; misconception miscomprenso; the Immaculate Conception (rel) la Conceptiono Sine Máculo
  • concern vt (relate to) concerner || n concerno; (affair) afaro; (anxiety) destrancuilitio; (importance) importo; (interest) intereso || adj concerning sopre
  • concert n concerto
  • conch n conco
  • conciliate vt concilier
  • concise adj concisa
  • conclude vt (decide) deciser; (infer) inferer; (settle) concluser; (terminate) concluser; finer || n conclusion (end) concluso; (final decision) finisca deciso; (inference) ínfero; in conclusion concluse || adj conclusive (convincing) probanta
  • concordat n concordato
  • concrete adj (material) betona; (number, term) concreta
  • concur vi concorder
  • condemn vt condemner
  • condition n conditiono; stando; conditional (gram.) conditionalo; to be in good condition stander bone
  • condom n condomo
  • condominium n condominio
  • condor n cóndoro
  • conduct vt (transmit by tubes, wires, etc.) conductioner || n conductivity conductionivitio; conductor conductioniclo; conductionivo; (of a train) conductoro; (train) train-çhefo
  • cone n cono
  • confectioner n cuchisto
  • confederate vt confederifer; federer || n confederation confédero || adj confederal confederisca
  • confer vi (have discussions) conferentier || vt (give formally) conferer
  • confess vt confeser
  • confetti n confeto
  • confide vt confider; (have confidence in) fider || n confidant confidatario; confidence (secret) confidentiatco
  • confine vt encluder
  • confirm vt confirmer
  • confiscate vt confischer
  • conflict vi conflicter || n conflicto
  • conform vi conformeser || vt conformifer
  • confound vt confuser
  • confront vt (face boldly) afronter; (one thing with another) confronter
  • Confucius n Confucio; Confucianism Confuciismo
  • confuse vt (disorder) desordiner; (make confused) confuser; (mix up) intermixturer; (one thing with another) confuser || adj confused (mental and physical) confusita
  • congenital adj denacera
  • Congo n Congo; Congolese Congano
  • congratulate vt congratuler
  • congress n congreso
  • conjugate vt conjugher
  • conjuncture n conjunturo
  • conjure vt (spirits) conjurer
  • conlang n glosopoeatco; conlanger glosopoeisto
  • connect vt conecter || n connection (train, etc.) coincidanto
  • conquer vt concuister
  • conquest n concuisto
  • conscience n concientio
  • conscious adj concianta
  • consecrate vt consacrer
  • consecutive adj (inter)secuanta; succesionanta
  • consensual adj interconsensita
  • consensus n generala consenso
  • consent vt consenser
  • consequence n consecuatco
  • conserve vt conserver || n conservation ecologhismo
  • consider vt considerer
  • considering adv considerante
  • consist vi consister (ec)
  • console vt (comfort, soothe) consoler || n (cabinet for radio, etc. standing on floor) consolatoro; (desk-like part of an organ containing keyboard, pedals, and stops) consolatoro; (instrument panel) consolatoro; (ornamental wall bracket) corvelo; consolation consolo
  • consonant n consonanto
  • conspire vi conspirer
  • constant adj constanta
  • constellation n constelationo; stelado
  • constitute vt constituter || n constitution constituto; (physiol) constitutiono
  • constrict vt constricter
  • consul n cónsulo; consulate (function) consulitio; (place) consulayo
  • consult vt consulter
  • consume vt consumer
  • consummate vt completifer; par-finifer; perfectifer || adj completa; eccelanta; perfecta
  • contact vt contacter
  • contain vt continer || n container -uyo; contents continedo
  • contaminate vt contaminer
  • contemplate vt contempler
  • contempt n desapretio; deséstimo
  • content adj contenta
  • contest n concurso
  • context n contexto
  • contiguous adj contigua
  • continent n continento
  • contingent adj (depending on uncertain events) eventuala; contingent on/upon dependanta de || n (mil.) contingento; contingency eventualo; (phil.) contingentio
  • continue vt continuationer || vi durationer || n continuation continuationo || adj continual continua
  • contour n contorno || vt contornizer
  • contraband n contrabandatco
  • contraception n anticonceptiono || adj contraceptive anticonceptiona
  • contract vt (to make a contract) contracter; (to shrink) contractioner || n contracto
  • contradict vt contredicer
  • contrary adj cóntrea; on the contrary cóntree
  • contrast vi contraster || n contrasto
  • contribute vt contributer
  • contrite adj contrita
  • contrive vt (invent) inventer || vi (machinate) machinationer
  • control vt guberner; (a machine) comander || n controls comandiclo; remote control telecomandiclo
  • controversy n controverso || adj controversial controversata
  • controvert vt controverser
  • convalesce vi convalecer
  • convenient adj (occurring at a suitable or advantageous time) oportuna; a convenient excuse oportuna excuso; (suited or favorable to one's comfort, purpose, or needs) cómoda; this place is not convenient for us ecuista loco ne es cómoda ad nos || n convenience (quality) comoditio; (thing) cómodo
  • convention n (agreement) conventiono; (assembly) asemblo; cunveno
  • converge vi converger
  • converse vi converser || n conversation converso
  • convertible n (auto) descaputiizébila
  • convex adj convexa
  • convict vt condemner
  • convince vt convincer || adj convincing probanta
  • convoluted adj volutesca
  • convulse vt convulsifer || vi convulser || n convulsion convulso
  • cook vt cociner || n cocinisto
  • cookie n (flat and crisp cake made from sweetened dough) cuc-biscocto; cuchio
  • cool adj frigideta || n cooler frigiduyo
  • cooperative n (organization) cooperativo
  • coordinate vt coordiner; (geom.) coordinito
  • copernicium n (chem.: Cn) copernicio
  • copper n (chem.: Cu) cupro
  • copra n copro
  • copse n boschetido
  • copula n cópulo || adj copulative cópula
  • copulate vi copulationer
  • copy vt copier || n copiatco; (of a book, paper, engraving, etc.) exemplaro; copybook (education) scribatchi-cuaderno; (programming) copiandado
  • coral n coralo
  • corbel n corvelo
  • cord n cordo; electrical cord cablo
  • cordite n cordito
  • cork n obturiclo; tapo; (material) corco
  • corkscrew n corchi-tiriclo
  • corn n (maize) maíso
  • cornea n córneo
  • corner n ángulo; cornerstone ángul-petro || vt (a market) acaparer; (trap) enangulifer
  • cornflower n cianelo
  • cornucopia n cornucopio
  • corporal n (mil.) caporalo
  • corporation n corporationo
  • corporeal adj (concerning the body) corporisca; (having a body) corporífera; (material) materia
  • corpse n cadávero
  • corpulent adj corpulenta
  • correct adj corecta; sine eroro; politically correct politichische corecta; (accurate) exacta; (behavior) convenanta; corecta; decenta; (exact) exacta; (for situation) justa; (of style) bona; corrective corectifiva; punisca || n correction (act) corectifo; (punishment) puno; (result) corectifatco || vt corectifer; (punish) puner
  • correspond vi (be in gen. accord) concorder (cun); (by letters) coresponder (cun); (match) coresponder (ad)
  • corridor n coridoro
  • corrode vt corosioner
  • corrugate vt undizer || adj corrugated cardboard undizita cartono
  • corrupt vt (phys., moral) corupter
  • corsage n (bodice) corsajo; (bouquet) corsaj-bocheto
  • corset n corseto
  • cortisone n cortisono
  • cosmetic adj cosmetichisca
  • cosmonaut n cosmonauto
  • cosmopolitan adj cosmopolita
  • cosmos n cosmo
  • cost vt coster || n costo
  • Costa Rica n Costa-Rica; Costa Rican Costa-Ricano
  • costume n costumo
  • cotton n cotono
  • couch n (canapé) canapeo; (divan) divano; (sofa) sofó
  • cough vi tuser || n tuso
  • council n (advisory body) consiliantado; (governing body) conselo; town council municipii-conselo
  • counsel n (adviser) consilianto; consiliisto; (lawyer) avocato
  • count vt (determine amount by counting) conter; (determine amount by mathematics) calculer; (consider) considerer; (include) conter; encalculer || vi (be significant) importer; (be valid) eser válida; count against desserver || n cálculo; conto; (result) calculatco; (jur.) acus-punto; (point of view) on all counts secuno omna vid-puntos; (reason) motivo; (respect) aspecto; (title) cómito
  • counter n jetono; (in a shop) vendi-ménsulo
  • countermand vt contrecomander
  • country n paeso; (rural district) ruro
  • county n (division of U.S. state or Canadian province) conteo; statdistricto
  • coupé n (auto) cupeo
  • couple n duo
  • courage n corajo || adj courageous corajosa
  • courier n curario
  • course n (of lessons) curso; (racing) curayo; of course comprensébile; comprensende; naturasche; courser (zool.: Cursorius cursor) curitoro; (hist.: fast warhorse) cursorio
  • court n (judgment seat) tribunalo; (of justice, of sovereign) tribunalo; court-martial martiala tribunalo; (small street) stradeto; (sovereign's residence) corto || vt cortejer
  • courtier n (member of a court) cortano
  • courtyard n cortilo
  • couscous n cuscuso
  • cousin n consobrino
  • covenant n (biblical) aliantio
  • cover n coperticlo || vt coperter; (as for protection) tegiclo
  • cow n bovo; (female) boviso
  • coward n codardo; cowardice codarditio
  • cower vi caurer pavorante
  • cowl n caputio
  • coyote n (zool.) coyoto
  • crab n cancro || adj crab apple silvaja pomo; crabby acri-humorífera
  • crack vi (break open suddenly) creper; (make a crunching, breaking noise) cracher; (noise of momentary shock, as of fingers, whip) clacher; (on surface only) findetezer || vt crack the whip clachifer la flagelo
  • cracker n (crisp wafer of unsweetened dough) crachero; gran-biscocto
  • crackle vi crachetader
  • crafty adj artificiosa; astuta
  • cramp n crampo
  • cranium n cranio
  • crank n (mech.) manivelo
  • crash vi (collide) colisioner; (comp.; fin.) colapser; crasher; (have accident) crasher
  • crawl vi repter; crawl away forrepter
  • crayfish n cámbaro
  • crayon n cer-pastelo
  • craze n (madness) insanitio || adj crazy dementa; fola
  • cream n cremo; cream cheese crem-cáseo; whipped cream frulita cremo
  • create vt creer
  • credit n (belief) credo; (fin.) crédito; (honor) honoro; (reputation) bona reputezo; (trust) fido; credit account crédit-conto; credit card crédit-carto; credit entry creditatco; do credit to honorizer; give credit to creditizer; I gave you credit for more sense mi credin che vi haban plu bona júdico; letter of credit crédit-létero; sell on credit crédite vender || vt (believe) creder; (trust) fider
  • creek n fluvieto; rucelo
  • creep vi (move slowly) repter || vt creep out horipiler || n Virginia creeper virginvito || adj creepy horipilanta
  • crenel n crenelo; crenelation crenelizatco
  • creole n Criola
  • Crete n Cretia; Cretan Cretiano
  • cretonne n cretono
  • crew n navanado
  • cricket n grilo
  • crime n crímino; criminal criministo || adj criminal criminosa; (crooked) criminasca; (re law, court, etc.) criminisca
  • cripple vt estropier
  • crisis n criso
  • crisp adj (firm, dry, and brittle) crachema
  • criticize vt criticher
  • Croatia n Croatia; Croat Croato
  • crockery n vacelo
  • crocodile n crocodilo
  • crocus n croco
  • crop n mesionatco; crop top curta camisio
  • cross n cruço; crossbow balisteto; crossroads vialcruço; crosswalk transvadayo || vt (arms) crucejer; (street) adtransvader || adj cross-eyed straba
  • crossover n (auto.) crosóvero
  • crouch vi caurer; hocher
  • crow n corniço; crowbar levstango
  • crowd n turbo || adj crowded densa; turbosa
  • crown n corono || vt coronizer
  • crucify vt crucefixer
  • crude adj cruda
  • cruel adj cruela || n cruelty cruelitio
  • cruet n flacono
  • cruise vi (patrol) crucier; (travel about) crucerer || n cruise control regulijiclo je velocitato; cruise ship crucer-navo; cruiser crucii-navo
  • crumb n mico; (soft part of bread) (pan-)molatco
  • crumple vt crumpler
  • crust n crusto
  • crutch n crúceo
  • cry vt criter || vi plorer
  • cryolite n criolitho
  • crystal n cristalo
  • Cuba n Cuba; Cuban Cubano
  • cube n cubo
  • cuckoo n cuculo
  • cucumber n cucúmero
  • cuff n carpalumo
  • culminate vi culminer || n culmination culminatco; cúlmino
  • culprit n culpífero
  • cult n culto
  • culture n culturo
  • cumulus n cúmulo
  • cunning adj astuta || n astutitio
  • cunt n conio
  • cup n (for drinking) taso; (ornamental, as for prizes) copo; cupboard armario; cupcake cucheto; cupholder bicariiero
  • curator n curatoro
  • curb n bordi-mureto
  • cure vt risanifer
  • curfew n coperifoco
  • curia n curialo
  • curious adj (inquisitive) curiosa; (remarkable) notanda; remarcanda; (strange) extránea
  • curium n (chem.: Cm) cúriumo
  • curl n (ringlet of hair) búculo || adj curly buculosa; (frizzy) crispa
  • currant n groselo
  • current n fluo; (Elec.) curento || adj (of the present) actuala
  • curry n (dish) cariatco; (sauce) cario
  • curse vt maledicter
  • cursor n cursoro
  • curtail vt diminutioner
  • curtain n cortino; curtain rod cortin-stango
  • curve n sinuo || adj curvo; curved curva
  • cushion n coxino
  • cusp n cúspido
  • custom n customs duano || adj customary custumasca
  • customer n cliento
  • cut vt (cut to form, as cloth, wood, metal) talier; (off) desecher; (off, through) tra-secher || n (incision) secatco
  • cute adj (delightfully pretty or dainty) belucia; carina; (not conventionally beautiful, but still attractive) beleta
  • cuttlefish n sepio
  • cyan adj ciánea || afx cyan- (tech.) cian-
  • cyanide n cianuro
  • cybernetics n cibernético
  • cyberspace n ciberspatio
  • cycle n ciclo
  • cyclone n ciclono
  • cyclotron n ciclotrono
  • cylinder n cilindro
  • cynic n cínico
  • cyperus n cípero
  • Cypress n Cipro; (tree) cipreso; Cyprian Ciprano
  • cyst n cisto
  • cytokine n citochino
  • czapka n çhapco
  • Czechia n (Czech Republic) Çhekhia; Czech Çhecho; Czechoslovakia Çhechoslovachia


D

  • D ltr (mus.) D (aut Re); D-flat (D♭) D bemola; D-sharp (D♯) D diesa
  • dactyl n dáctilo
  • Dad(dy) n patrucio
  • dagger n pugnalo
  • daily adj diala || adv an omna dio; diale
  • dairy n lacterío; lacti-vendayo
  • dam n dico
  • damage vt (harm) nocer; (spoil, ruin, break) damner; (vehicle or cargo) avarier || n damnatco; (cause material or moral loss) detrimenter
  • damn vt damnationer || adj damned (gen.) maledictita; (relig.) damnationita
  • damp adj humideta
  • dance vt dancer || n balo
  • dancer n dancisto
  • dandy adj bonaza || n dandio
  • Dane n Dano; Danish Daniana; (person) Dana; (thing) Danisca
  • danger n perículo || adj dangerous periculosa
  • Danube n Danubio
  • Daodejing n Daodejing
  • Dardanelles n Dardanelos
  • dare vt audacier; (challenge) defier || n (challenge) defío
  • dark adj (having little light) tenebrosa; (having little light; obscure; approaching black) obscura; dark blue obscur-blava; (mysterious) misteriosa || n darkness obscuritio; ténebro
  • darmstadtium n (chem.: Ds) darmstatio
  • dart n dardo; fleçheto
  • dash n strico
  • dashboard n instrument-panelo
  • data n (tech) donato; database databaso
  • date n dato; (appointment) apuntamento; (fruit) dátilo; (romantic) rendezvoso; to date usche nun || vt date a fossil datizer on fósilo; who wants to date a millionaire? cuu desíderan rendezvosader on milionígero?; update (give current news) actualizer; (modernize) actualifer || adj out-of-date (clothes) ecmoda; (ideas) anticuecinta; arcaica; (no longer valid) exválida; (software) obsoleta; up-to-date (fashionable) secuno la modo; (incorporating latest info, etc.) uschenuna; (modern) moderna
  • daub vt unger
  • daughter n filiiso; daughter-in-law afina filiiso; gendriso; granddaughter neptiso
  • dauntless adj impávida; sine timo
  • dawn n jurneço; (twilight of the dawn) auroro; at dawn an la jurneço
  • day n (24-hour period) dio; (opp. to night) jurno; good day! bona jurno!; the other day la áltera dio || vi daydream rever
  • dazzle vt cechejer
  • de facto adv facte || adj factisca
  • deacon n diácono
  • deactivate vt desactivifer
  • dead adj mortinta || n deadline límitdato
  • deaf adj surda; deaf and dumb surdamuta
  • deal vt (distribute) disdationer || vi deal with tracter || n (contract) contracto; a good deal (a large amount) multe; dealer (cards) disdationisto; (seller) vendisto
  • dear adj cara
  • death n morto || adj death throes agonío; to be in one’s death throes agonier; deathbed morti-lecto
  • debate vt debater
  • debauch vt (entice to sensual excess) debauçhifer || vi (indulge in excessive food and/or drink) crapuler; (indulge in sensual excess) debauçher || n debauchery debauçh(ad)o; live in gross debauchery crapuler
  • debit n débito
  • debt n debitionedo; debitiono
  • debut vi debuter
  • decade n anu-deço
  • decadent adj decadentianta
  • decaffeinate vt descafeinizer
  • decalcomania n decalcomanío
  • decay vi (become decadent) decadentier; (decompose) descomposezer; (lessen) amortezer; (radioactive nucleus) disintegrecer; (rot) putrecer; (tooth) carier || vt (decompose) descomposer; (rot) putrifer
  • deceive vt inganer
  • December n Decembro
  • decent adj decenta
  • decide vt (make a decision) deciser; (settle) deciser || n decision deciso || adj decisive decisiva; (convincing) probanta
  • decile n decilo
  • deck n (of cards) cartado; (of ship) copertono; deckchair coperton-sedilo
  • declare vt declarationer
  • decorate vt (decor) decorationer
  • decree vt decreter || n decreto
  • dedicate vt dedicher
  • deduce vt deducter
  • deduct vt (logic) deducter; (taxes) detaxer || n deductible (ins.) franchisio
  • deed n facedo; faço
  • deep adj profunda
  • deer n cervo
  • defame vt difamationer
  • default adj (assumed value) defaulta || vi to default on falter
  • defeat vt vincer; (hopes, expectations) decepter || n (of another) vinço; (one’s own) vincezo
  • defect n (imperfection) defecto || vi defectioner; transfuger
  • defend vt defenser
  • defense n defenso
  • define vt definitioner
  • definite adj definitionita
  • deform vt deformifer
  • defraud vt frauder
  • defy vt defier; (disobey) desobeder
  • degrade vt degradationer
  • degree n grado; (school class) claso
  • deign vi dignationer
  • delay vt retarder; (break off) ajurner; (detain) tardifer; (make slow) lentifer || n retardo
  • delegate vt delegationer || n delegationito
  • deliberate adj considerita; intentita; (slow) lenta || vi deliberationer
  • delicate adj delicata
  • delicious adj deliciosa
  • delight vt delectationer || adj delighted delectationita
  • deliver vt consigner; (a child) parturifer
  • delta n delto
  • delude vt ilusioner
  • deluge n diluvio || vt diluvier
  • demand vt exiger; (request) demander; (something owed) reclamationer
  • demeanor n comporto
  • demented adj dementa
  • demijohn n damijano
  • demography n demografío; demographer demógrafo
  • demon n demono
  • demonstrate vt demonstrationer || adj demonstrative (gram.) demonstrationiva
  • denigrate vt denigrationer
  • Denmark n Dania
  • denominator n denominatoro
  • denote vt (indicate) indicher
  • denounce vt denuntier
  • dense adj densa
  • dentate adj dentosa
  • dentist n dentisto
  • deny vt (declare untrue) negher; (falsely disown) renegher; (oneself) abnegher; privationer; renuntier; (refuse) refuser; to deny something to someone refuser álico ad álicu || adj to not to be denied necontestébila
  • deodorize vt desodorizer || n deodorant desodoriziclo
  • depart vi departurer
  • department n departimento
  • depend vi depender || n dependent dependanto
  • deplore vt deplorationer || adj deplorable deplorationébila
  • depose vt deponer
  • deposit vt (gen.) depositer
  • deprave vt (morally debase) depraver; perversifer
  • depress vt depresioner
  • deprive vt privationer || adj deprived privationita
  • depth n profunditio
  • depute vt deputer; deputy deputito
  • derby n (hat) bombino
  • derive vt derivationer || n derivative derivationedo
  • descend vt decenser || vi (race) decender || n descendent -ido
  • describe vt descripter || n description descripto
  • desecrate vt profanationer
  • desert vt desertioner || n desértico; mérito
  • deserve vt meriter || adj deserving digna
  • design vt desinier || n desiniatco
  • designate vt designationer; (for a post) nominationer; (give a name to) nominizer; (indicate) indicher
  • desire vt desiderer
  • desk n scrib-ménsulo; scriptorio
  • desolate adj desolationita || vt desolationer
  • despair vi dessperer
  • desperate adj (frantic) frenesíaca; furiosa; (having little hope) dessperanta; (offering little hope) dessperifiva
  • despise vt desapreti(az)er
  • despite prep malgrate
  • despoil vt despolier
  • despot n despótico
  • dessert n deserto
  • destination n destinationo
  • destine vt destiner
  • destrier n (hist.) dextrario
  • destroy vt destructer
  • destruction n destructatco
  • detach vt (from something else) separer; (put apart) apartifer; (remove) deprender; (untie) desligher || n detachment (milit) destacamento; (separation) apartifo; apartitio; desligo; separezo; séparo || adj detached aparta; isolita; separita
  • detail n (a particular) detaliatco; attentive to details detaliatchema || vt (give details of) detalier || adj detailed detaliita || adv in detail detaliatche
  • detain vt (keep from leaving) ritener; (withhold) detener
  • detergent n detergento; lavi-púlvero
  • determine vt (fix, establish) determinationer
  • detonate vi detonationer || n detonator detonationificlo
  • deuce n diábolo
  • deuterium n deuterio
  • devastate vt devastationer
  • develop vi disvelopezer || vt disveloper; (phot) reveler || n development disvelop(ez)o
  • deviate vi devier
  • device n (apparatus) aparato; (means) meano
  • devil n diábolo
  • devoted adj devota
  • devour vt devorer
  • dew n rosato
  • dexterous adj ágila
  • diagonal adj diagonala
  • diagram n diagramo; mapo
  • dial n disco
  • dialect n dialecto
  • dialog n diálogo || vi dialogher
  • dialogue n diálogo
  • diamagnetism n diamagnetismo || adj diamagnetic diamagneta
  • diameter n diámetro
  • diamond n diamanto
  • diaper n beb-tuco
  • diaphanous adj diáfana
  • diarrhea n diareo
  • dictate vt dictationer
  • dictionary n dictionario
  • die vi morter || n dado
  • dieldrin n dieldrino
  • diesel n (engine) diéselo; (fuel) gasóleo
  • differ vi diferer || vt differentiate diferentier; diferifer || n difference dífero; make no difference neimporter || adj different (in kind) diferanta; (various) diversa
  • difficult adj desfácila; difícila || n difficulty dificilitio; difícilo
  • dig vt (break up, as with a hoe) sarculijer; (coal, gold, etc.) extracter; (hole, well, trench, etc.) excaver; (till) cultiver; dig in (entrench oneself) entrinçhifer si; (nails) enpulser; (use up) consumer; dig up, out (buried object) ecterifer || vi excaver; dig for gold excaver cercante auro; dig in! mangeces!
  • digest vt digester || n digestion digest(ad)o
  • digit n (math) cifro; (finger, toe) dígito || adj digital (elec.) digitala
  • digraph n digramo
  • dike n dico
  • dilate vt dilationer
  • dilemma n dilemo
  • dilettante n diletanto
  • diligent adj diligenta
  • dill n (bot.: Anethum graveolens) anetho; (bot.: Pimpinella anisum) aniso
  • dimension n dimensiono
  • diminish vt diminutioner
  • diminutive afx -et-
  • din n ruitazo
  • dine vi diner || n dining car restorant-vagono
  • dinghy n batelo
  • dinner n dino
  • dinosaur n dinosauro
  • diode n diodo
  • dioxide n dióxido
  • dioxin n dioxino
  • dip vt imerser; (submerge) submerser
  • diphthong n difthongo
  • diploid adj diploida
  • diploma n diplomo
  • diplomacy n diplomatío
  • diplomat n diplómato
  • diplomatics n (science of ancient writings) diplomático
  • dipper n (zool.) cinclo
  • direct vt directioner || n direction directiono; I fart in your general direction! Mi péditan en vua generala directiono!; directions índico || adj (opp. of indirect, as of a road, discourse, method) directa; (straight; not crooked) recta; (without agency) nemediata
  • dirty adj spurca; (filthy) sórdida
  • disagree vi (be unsuitable) desconvener; (food, etc.) eser nociva; (gram., mus.) desacorder; (not harmonious) desconcorder || adj disagreeable (unpleasant) desagradábila
  • disappoint vt decepter; descontentifer
  • disaster n disastro
  • discharge vt (as from a gun) disparer
  • discipline n diciplino
  • discord n desacordo
  • discourse n discurso || vi discurser
  • discover vt descoperter || n discovery descopertito; (act) descóperto
  • discreet adj discreta
  • discretion n (being discreet) discretitio; (freedom to decide) arbitrio || adj discretionary arbitriisca
  • discriminate vi to discriminate against discriminationer
  • discuss vt discuser || n discussion discuso
  • disease n morbo
  • disembarrass vt desimbaraser
  • disentangle vt desimbaraser
  • disguise vt desguiser
  • disgust vt repugner || n repugn(ez)o
  • dish n platelo; dishes (crockery) vacelo; dishcloth tergi-tuco; dishwasher (machine) vacel-lavatoro; dish rack vaceoml-dreniclo
  • dishonest adj deshonesta
  • disillusion vt desilusioner
  • disk n disco; disk drive disc-unitato; disk jockey dischi-ludisto; diskette discheto; floppy disk flexébila disco
  • dislocate vt (bones only) luxationer; (gen.) dislocher
  • dismay vt consterner
  • dismiss vt (a servant) desingager; (adjourn) ajurner; (give leave) congeder; (send away) forinvier; (thoughts, etc.) ecmentifer
  • disobey vt desobeder
  • disparagement afx -açh-
  • dispense vt disdationer; distributer; (grant exemption to) exempter || vi dispense with (get by without) paser de; (grant exemption from) exempter de
  • disperse vt disperser
  • display vt (exhibit) expositioner; (manifest, make visible) manifester; (show) monstrer || n (spectacle) spectáculo; display case vitrino; display window monstri-fenestro
  • displease vt desplacer ad
  • dispose vt dispose of disposer || afx disposition -em-
  • dispossess vt desposesifer
  • dispute vt contester; disputer
  • dissect vt dissectionizer
  • disseminate vt disseminejer
  • dissertate vi diserter
  • dissipate vt (be lavish of) prodigher; (disperse) disperser; (squander) disiper || vi (clouds, etc.) desaparer
  • dissolve vt dissolver
  • distaff n conúculo
  • distance n disto; it is within walking distance homi potan vader adilác caminante
  • distant adj distanta
  • distend vt distender
  • distill vt distilationer
  • distinct adj distinguita
  • distinguish vt diferentier; diferifer; (discriminate) dicerner; (make distinct) distinguer || adj distinguished distinguita; eminenta
  • distract vt distracter || n distraction distracto
  • distress vt vexer || adj distressing funesta
  • distribute vt distributer; (give out indiscriminately) disdationer || n distribution distributo; distributor distributatoro || adj distributive distributiva || afx distributive -op-
  • district n cuartario; districto
  • disturb vt incomoder; (trouble) perturbationer; (water) agiter || adj disturbed destrancuila
  • ditch n fosato
  • divan n divano
  • dive vi plumbicher || n (shady bar) trincheriuçho
  • diverge vi diverger
  • divert vt distracter
  • divertimento n divertimento
  • divide vt diviser
  • divine vt divinationer
  • divorce vi divortier (de) || n divortio
  • dizzy adj vertiginosa
  • Djibouti n Jibuto; Djizoutian Jibutano
  • djinn n jino
  • do vt facer; (execute, perform) executer; (move at speed) I’m doin’ 100 on the highway mi vadan ye 100 sur la vialazo; (travel distance) vader (on disto); do again rifacer; do as you please faces secuno vua desídero; do away with aboler; cesationifer; (abolish) aboler; (get rid of) eliminer; supreser; (kill) eliminer; occiser; do bad mal-facer; do good bon-facer; do no work on Monday ne laborer an Lundio; do nothing of the sort certe ne faces lo; do without something facer sine álico; I do not care to go mi ne volitionan vader; there is much to do ci es multo facenda; to have to do with (concern) concerner; (have relations with) relater; what do you do? (for a living) cuala laboro vi façan? || vi (be suitable) convener; (fare) stander; how do you do? cuale vi standan?; (suffice) suficer; that will never do ecuilo tote ne sufiçun; will that do? nulo pluse? || n do-nothing nul-façanto; nul-facemo; ne’er-do-well nulvaloranto || adj it is as good as done lo es próxime par-finita; such things are not done lo ne convenan facer tala cosos; what is done cannot be undone homi ne potan desfacer cuo homi jam facin; what is to be done? cuo facer?; do-it-yourself faces-vi-ipse || aux (emphatic) ya; do shut up! ya taces!; I do listen mi ya auscultan; (past tense) -in; ja; did you speak? escue vi parlin?; I did write, I wrote mi scribin; Did you steal my car? Yes, I did. Escue vi furtin mea vecturo? Sic, mi furtin.; Do you feel lucky, punk? Well, do you? Escue vi sentan vi fortunosa, pícaro? Ben, escue vi sentan?; I asked you to pick up my dry cleaning. Did you? Yes, I did. Mi demandin ad vi colectioner mea sic-nitifedos. Escue vi facin? Sic, mi facin.
  • dock n (quay) cayo; (water-basin) doco; (wharf) warfo
  • doctor n médico; (of law, etc.) doctoro
  • doctrine n doctrino
  • document n documento
  • documentary n documentario
  • dodge vt schiver
  • dog n canino; dog days canículo
  • doily n dentela tapeteto
  • doll n pupo; doll house pup-domo
  • dollar n dollar
  • dolly n (doll) pupucio; (cine.) dolio; (hand truck) carelo
  • dolphin n delfino
  • domain n departimento; dominio || afx -io
  • dome n cúpulo
  • domestic adj domisca; domesticated (tame and kept by humans) doméstica
  • domicile n domicilio
  • dominate vt dominationer
  • Dominica Domínica
  • Dominican Republic n Dominichiano || adj Dominican Republic Dominichia
  • dominoes n dominó
  • don vt (clothing) surponer (sur si) || n (honorific) dómino; Don Corleone Dómino Corleone; Don Juan Dómino Juan
  • donate vt donationer
  • donkey n ásino
  • doom vt condemner || n funesta destino
  • door n porto; door handle manilio; doorbell port-campaneleto; doorknob porti-botono; doorman portisto
  • Doria n Doria || adj Dorian Dorisca
  • dose n doso
  • dot n punto
  • double adj dupla || n (doppelganger) sosio
  • doublet n (garment) farseto
  • doubt vt dubiter || n dúbito || adj doubtful (dubious) dubitanda
  • dough n (pan)pasto
  • doughnut n cuchetanelo
  • dove n columbo
  • dower n dotario
  • down adv infre; (along) alonghe; (down dale/stream) advalate; (down on) infre sur; (toward) versum; (underneath) sube; (with motion) ad infre; down there adilác; ilác infre; down with it! (swallow it) glutes li!; down with...! abases..!; down! (to a dog) jaces!; to calm down calmecer; to go down decenser; (sun, moon) subecer; (tide, prices) basecer; cader; to lay/put down deponer; to let down (a tuck in a garment) longhifer; to take down (something hanging) despender; to wind down (clocks, watches) halter; up and down supre et infre; (forward and back) adabántee et retro; downhill decensanta; rampisca; downright sincere; downstairs la infra stajo; la suba stajo; to go downstairs decenser la scalario; downstream advalate; downtrodden opresita; downward ad infre; decadentianta; decadentiema; decensanta || adj (not functioning) the computer is down la computatoro ne funtionan; the power lines are down la cablos di alta tendezo sechezin; (sad) desalecra; trista; downcast depresionita; desalecra; trista; downhearted trista; downright directa; pura || n (dune) duno; (hill) colino; (of birds) plumetos; (of fruit, human body) lanúgino; downfall cado; decadentio; falo; ruino; subverso; downpour (súbita) pluvazo
  • dowry n doto
  • draft n (com.) pag-mandationo; trato; (of air) air-flueto; (pulling, dragging) tiro; tráhino; draft animal tir-bestio; rough draft esbociatco
  • drag vt trahiner; drag away fortrahiner; drag out (nail, tooth, plant, etc.) evulser || n tráhino
  • dragon n dracono
  • drain n dreniclo || vt (remove liquid from) drener
  • drama n dramo || adj dramatic dramisca; dramosa
  • drape vt (with cloth or clothing) draperer
  • draw vt (a picture) designier; (attract) atracter; lurer; (drag) trahiner; (liquid) haurer; (nail, tooth, plant, etc.) evulser; (pull) tirer; (sketch) schizer || n drawing designiatco; drawbridge lev-ponto || adj drawing room salono
  • drawer n tircofro; drawers (underpants) calceono
  • dread vt timer
  • dreadlocks n dredlocos
  • dream vi somnier || vt dream up fantasier || n somnio
  • dredge vt dragher
  • dregs n feço
  • drench vt humidazifer
  • dress n (of a woman) túnico; [long] tunicazo; [short] tunicheto || vi (put on clothes) vestizer si
  • drift vi deriver; (sport) drifter
  • drill n forationiclo || vt forationer
  • drink vt biber; (alcohol) trincher || n bibedo; bibo; (alcoholic) trinchedo; trinco; drinking glass bicario
  • drip vi gut-cadifer
  • drive vt pulser; (vehicle) conducer || n (comput.) funtionifatoro; driver (comput.) funtionificlo; to go for a drive promener; driveway vialeto di acceso
  • drizzle vi pluveter
  • drool vi baber || n babatco
  • drop vt lacer cader; (abandon) abandoner; exiter; (an anchor) ancorijer; (fell) cadifer; (give birth to) parturer; (in drops) gut-cadifer; (let down) basifer; lacer decenser (de); (make fall) cadifer; (pants) basifer; (release, let go) lacer; (utter) dicer; let drop (words, etc.) lacer escaper; drop-kick (martial arts) cad-pedcolper || vi cader; (decrease) menecer; (in drops) gutcader; (jump) desalter; (let down) basecer; (out of mind) fuger ec mémoro; (plunge) plumbicher; (sink) afundezer; to drop in visiter (álicu pretervadante); visiter sine ceremonio; to drop with fatigue cader pro fatigazo || n guto; (fall) cado; (slope) declivo; (tear) lácrimo; drop by drop gutope; droplet guteto; dropper gut-cadificlo; droppings excretatco
  • dropbox n consignenduyo
  • drown vt necher; drown out (noise) coperter; superruiter
  • drug n drogo; druggist farmachisto
  • druid n drúido
  • drum n tamburo
  • drunk adj ebria
  • dry adj sica || n dryer sicatoro; dryness sichitio; hairdryer capil-sicatoro || vt sichifer
  • dubious adj dubitanda
  • dubnium n (chem.: Db) dubnio
  • duck n ánato
  • dude n cherlo
  • due adj (because of) pro; due to his efforts pro iluya efortios; (expected) expectata; the train is due at la traino devan ariver ye; (merited) meritata; (owed) debitionata; balance due debition-restatco; (payable) paghenda; (proper) convenanta; justa; yusta; in due form conforme ad la régulos; in due time ye convenanta témporo; ye justa témporo
  • duke n duco
  • dull adj desacuta; obtusa
  • dumb adj muta
  • dump vt descarichifer
  • dune n duno; dune buggy baghio
  • dungeon n subtera cárcero
  • dunk vt imerser
  • durable adj durationiva
  • duration n durationo
  • during n dum
  • dusk n vespereço
  • dust n pulvo || adj dusty pulvosa
  • dustcloth n tergi-tuco
  • Dutch adj Holandiana; Nederlandiana || n Dutchman Holandiano; Nederlandiano
  • dutiful adj obedema
  • duty n (impost) doganisca imposto; off duty ec laborveço; on duty en laborveço
  • duvet n plumet-coperturo
  • dwarf n nano; (myth.) gnomo; (myth. — German) duergo
  • dwell vi resider; (in permanent residence) habiter
  • dye vt tinger || n tingivo; dyer tingisto
  • dynamic adj dinámichisca || n dynamics dinámico
  • dynamo n dínamo
  • dynasty n dinastío
  • dyslexia n dislexio
  • dysprosium n (chem.: Dy) disprosio


E

  • E ltr (mus.) E (aut Mi); E-flat (E♭) E bemola; E-sharp (E♯) E diesa
  • each adj (distrib.) cascuna; each other una je áltera || adv we gave them one cookie each nos dationin ad los una cuchio cascune/por cascunu
  • eager adj ávida
  • eagle n ácuilo
  • ear n (anat.) aurículo; (bot.) spico; ear, nose, and throat specialist otorinolaringólogo; earring inauro; earmuffs aurícul-coperticlo; earring auriculumo; earwax (med.) cerúmino
  • early adj (ancient) anticua; early ages anticua eros; (first in time; not derived) prima; (first or lowest in order) primaria; (primitive) primitiva; early church primitiva eclesio; (soon) prompta; (time of day) matinisca; (time of season) precoça; (towards beginning) aprima; earlier plu aprima; the early days of something la unésima dios di álico; to be in one's early 30s etater pauche plus cam 30 anuos || adv (at the earliest) erste; (in good time) puntuale; (soon) prompte; (sooner than expected) ante-témpore; destarde; preite; (too soon) nim ante-témpore; as early as possible maxim aprime posíbile; not earlier than erste
  • earn vt ganier
  • earnest n seriosa
  • earth n tero; (planet) la Tero; (soil) soliaro; earthenware cerámico; fíctilo; earthquake ter-trémulo || adj earthen (ceramic) cerámica; fíctila
  • ease n facilitio || adj easy fácila; easy chair conforti-sedilo
  • easel n cavaleto
  • east n esto; Oriento; Easterner estano; Orientano || adj eastern estisca
  • Easter n Pascuo
  • eat vt manger
  • ebb n (tide) retrofluxo
  • eccentric adj eccéntrica
  • ecchymosis n echímoto
  • echelon n scalon(ad)o
  • echo n eco || vt echifer || vi echefer
  • eclipse n eclipso || vt eclipser
  • ecology n ecologhío; ecologist ecólogo
  • economics n economío; economist economiisto
  • economize vt sparnier
  • economy n economío; national economy nationisca economío; planned economy directionita economío
  • ecosystem n ecosistemo
  • ecstasy n écstaso || adj ecstatic ecstasanta
  • ectopia n (med.) ectopio
  • Ecuador n Ecuatoria; Ecuadorian Ecuatoriano
  • eczema n eczemo
  • edge n (border) bordo; (of a river) ripo; (of a sharp instrument) acutatco; edging bordatco || adj edged sechiva
  • edifice n edificio
  • edify vt edificher
  • edit vt redacter || n editing redacto; edition editatco; editor redactisto; editorial editorialo || adj editorial department redacterío
  • educate vt (give intellectual, moral instruction) educher; (instruct in a particular subject) instructer; (raise, rear) educher || n education éduco || adj educated educhita; instructita; (erudite) erudita
  • eel n anguilo
  • effect n (result) efecto; in effect válida; to be in effect eser válida; to take effect efectecer || vt efectifer
  • effeminate adj feminesca
  • efficacious adj efectema
  • efficient adj eficienta; (efficacious) efectema
  • effort n efortio; to make an effort efortier
  • effuse vt ecfuser
  • egg n ovo; fried eggs ovos frictita; hard-boiled eggs ovos dure bulition-cocinita; poached egg ovo bulition-cocinita sine cáscaro; scrambled eggs ovos mixturita; soft-boiled eggs ovos mole bulition-cocinita; eggbeater (drill) manivel-forationiclo; (mixer) frulatoro; eggnog ov-lactatco; eggplant alberginio
  • Egypt n Egiptia; Egyptian Egiptiano || adj Egyptian cobra Egiptiana cobro
  • eight card octa; eighty octideça || ord eighth octésima; eightieth octidecésima || fract eighth octavo
  • einsteinium n (chem.: Es) einsteinio
  • either conj either ... or aut ... aut || adj either day would suit me cua cunche de la du dios convenun ad mi
  • El Salvador n Salvatoria; Salvadorian Salvatoriano
  • elastic adj elástica
  • elbow n cúbito
  • elder adj plu etatanta || n plu-etatanto; véculo; (bot.: Sambucus) sambuco; elderberry Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries! Vua matro esin on hamstro et vua patro odorin cuale sambuc-bacos!
  • electricity n electro
  • electron n electrono; electronics electrónico || adj electronic electronichisca
  • elegant adj eleganta
  • element n elemento
  • elephant n elefanto
  • elevate vt elever
  • elevator n (for grain) elevatoro; (lift) acensatoro
  • eleven card decem una
  • eleventh fract decem unavo || ord decem unésima
  • elf n (folk.) elfo; (myth.) alfo; elfo; (fantasy) blood elf sánguin-elfo; high elf nobiliar-elfo; night elf noct-elfo; dark elf (dökkálfr) ténebr-elfo; (dwarf) duergo; (svartálfr) nigr-elfo; light elf (hvítálfr) blanc-elfo; (ljósálfr) lúmin-elfo
  • elide vt elisioner
  • eligible adj selectébila
  • eliminate vt eliminer
  • elision n elisiono
  • elk n alço
  • ellipse n elíptico
  • ellipsis n elipso
  • elm n ulmo
  • eloquent adj elocuenta
  • else adv áltera || cor elsewhere alterube
  • elude vt eluser
  • emaciate vt macr(az)ifer
  • embarrass vt (put into an awkward predicament) imbaraser; (shame) verecundifer
  • embassy n (administration) ambaxierío; (function) ambaxio; (residence) ambaxiayo
  • embers n braso
  • emblem n emblemo
  • embolden vt audaciifer
  • emboss vt (a design) relievifer; (a surface) relievizer
  • embrace vt imbracier
  • embrasure n imbrasuro
  • embroider vt broder
  • emend vt emender
  • emerald n smeraldo
  • emerge vi emerser
  • emergency n criso
  • eminent adj eminenta
  • emir n emiro
  • emit vt emiser
  • emotion n emotiono
  • empath n émpatho; empathy empathitio || adj empathetic émpatha
  • emperor n imperanto
  • emphasis n émfaso
  • emphasize vt emfaser
  • emphysema n emfisemo
  • empire n imperio
  • employ vt empleer || n employee empleato; employment empleatitio; employment office emple-oficino
  • empty adj vacua || vt vacuifer
  • emu n emúo
  • emulate vt emuler || adj emulous emulema
  • enamel n smalto
  • enbalm vt balsamizer
  • encase vt encapsifer; encofrifer; enstuciifer
  • enclave n encludayo; inclavo
  • enclose vt encluder || n enclosure (act) encludo; (place) encludayo
  • encompass vt circumder
  • encore n (cry for) bisclamo; (repeated or additional performance) biso || inter encore! bis!
  • encounter vt incontrer || n incontro
  • encourage vt (embolden) coragizer; (support) incorager
  • encumber vt incumbrer
  • encyclopedia n enciclopedio
  • end n fino; (extremity) extrematco; at the end fine; end table extrematchi-ménsulo || vt finer
  • endanger vt enpericulifer; poner en perículo
  • endeavor vt efortier
  • endocrine adj endocrina || n endocrinology endocrinologhío
  • endogamy n endogamío || adj endogamous endógama
  • endorphin n endorfino
  • endorse vt avalizer
  • endoscope n endoscopio; endoscopy endoscopiijo
  • endow vt dotizer
  • endure vi durationer || vt (bear, undergo) subitioner
  • enemy n inimico
  • energy n energío || adj energetic energiosa
  • enforce vt ficer obeder
  • engage vt (cogs) ingraner; (to marry) fidantier
  • engine n motoro
  • engineer n ingeniario || vt ingenier
  • England n Anglia
  • English n (language) Anglenso; Englishman Anglo || adj Angliana; (person) Angla; (thing) Anglisca
  • engrave vt gravurer
  • enjoy vt fruer || adj enjoyable agradábila
  • enormous adj enorma
  • enough adj enough! ecuilo sufican!; to be enough suficer || adv sufiçante
  • enroll vt registrer
  • ensue vi (follow after) secuer; (logically) consecuer (de); resulter (de) || adj ensuing consecuanta; próxima; resultanta; secuanta
  • enter vt entrer
  • enterprise n interprenso
  • entertain vt (amuse) amuser || n (keep occupied) distracter
  • enthuse vt enthusiasmifer || n enthusiasm enthusiasmo; enthusiast enthusiasmanto
  • entire adj tota
  • entitle vt yurizer || adj to be entitled to do x yure ... -er
  • entity n ento
  • entrance n entrayo
  • entropy n entropitio || adj entropic éntropa
  • entrust vt (commission, appoint) comisioner; (to the care of) confider
  • enumerate vt (mention one by one) enumerer
  • envelop vt inveloper
  • envelope n envelopo
  • environment n ambientatco; environmentalism ecologhismo
  • envy vt invidier || n invidio
  • eon n eono; supereon supereono
  • ephedrine n efedrino
  • ephemeral adj efémera
  • epic adj épica
  • epicene adj epicena
  • epicenter n epicentro
  • epidemic n epidemio; epidemiology epidemiologhío || adj epidemia; epidemiesca; epidemiisca
  • epidural adj epidurala
  • epiphany n epifanío
  • episode n episodio
  • epithet n epítheto
  • epitomy n epítomo || vt epitomize epitomifer
  • epoch n époco
  • equal adj ecuala || n equality ecualitio || vt ecualeser ad
  • equation n ecuationo
  • equator n ecuatoro
  • equilibrium n ecuilibrio
  • equinox n ecuinoctio
  • equip vt ecuiper || n equipment ecuipatco
  • equity n (value of property above amount owed) lícuida valoro
  • equivalent adj ecuivalanta
  • era n eraro
  • erase vt efacier || n eraser efaciiva gumo
  • erbium n (chem.: Er) erbio
  • erect adj erecta || n erection erecteço; erectifo; (physiol.) erectiono || vt erectifer
  • erg n ergo
  • Eritrea n Eritrea; Eritrean Eritreano
  • erode vt eroser
  • erogenous adj erógena
  • erotic adj erótica
  • error n eroro
  • erupt vi erupter
  • eryngo n (bot.) eringio
  • escalade n (hist.) scalarii-asalto
  • escalate vi (increase) [costs, prices] augmentezer; (intensify) [conflict, violence] (plu-)intensecer || n escalator escalatoro; máchin-scalario; moviva scalario
  • escape vt escaper || n escapo; to make one’s escape escaper
  • eschatology n escatologhío; eschatologist escatólogo
  • escort vt acompanier || n (for security, a mark of rank, etc.) escortizer; escorto
  • -ese afx (lang) -enso
  • esoteric adj esotérica
  • especial adv especially particulare; principale
  • espresso n espreso
  • -ess afx -iso
  • essay n esayo
  • essence n esentio
  • establish vt stabilimentizer || n education establishment educherío; establishment -erío; the Establishment la directionanta claso
  • estate n proprietato
  • esteem vt estimer
  • ester n éstero
  • estimate vt evaluter || n evaluto
  • Estonia n Estonia; Estonian Estoniano
  • estriol n estriolo
  • estrogen n estrógeno
  • estrone n estrono
  • estuary n estuario
  • etc. n (et cetera) et cétera (etc.)
  • eternal adj eterna
  • eternity n (duration) eterno; (quality) eternitio
  • -eth afx (archaic) -ant, -int, -unt; my cup runneth over mea copo exterfluant
  • ether n éthero || adj ethereal etheresca
  • ethical adj ethicasca; ethichisca
  • Ethiopia n Ethiopia; Ethiopian Ethíopo
  • ethnic adj (belonging to an ethnic group) ethnana; (pertaining to an ethnic group) ethnisca; ethnic cleansing ethni-nitifo; ethnic group ethno
  • ethos n etho
  • etiquette n eticheto
  • etui n etuio
  • etymology n etimologhío; etymologist etimólogo
  • eugenics n eugénico
  • eunuch n eunuco
  • euphony n eufonío
  • euphoria n euforío || adj euphoric euforiosa
  • Europe n Europa; European Europano; europium (chem.: Eu) europio; euro (€) euro
  • euthanasia n euthanasio || vt euthanize euthanasier
  • evangel n evangelio || vt evangelize evangeliizer
  • evaporate vi vaporecer
  • even adv etiam; even now incore; not even etiam ... ne; I’m not even supposed to be here today! mi etiam ne devan asister hodie!; not even God can sink this ship etiam Deo ne potan afunder ecuista navo || adj (equal) para; (equally balanced) get even with rivincer; (flat) plana; even with metípsim-nivela ad
  • evening n véspero; evening primrose (bot.: Oenothera) enothero; good evening! bona véspero!; in the evening véspere; this evening hodie véspere; tomorrow evening demane véspere
  • event n evento; at all events, in any event admínime; an álica cunche evento; en omna caso
  • eventual adj (contingent) eventuala || adv eventually (in the end) fine
  • ever adv (always) sempre; (at any time) alicuande; ever since dexe
  • every adj omna; every kind of di omna specio; everyday diala || adv everywhere omnube || n everything omno || prn everyone omnu, omnos || pos everyone’s omnuya
  • evict vt evicter
  • evidence n (proof) probo; (testimony) atesto
  • evident adj evidenta
  • evil adj (influence) funesta; (person, deed, thought) malvatia; (reputation) malvatiisca; (spirit) maligna; malvatia; evil-minded mal-volitionanta || n malatco; malitio; speak evil of maledicentier; evildoer mal-façanto; maligno; malvatio
  • evolve vi evolutioner || n evolution evolutiono || adj evolved disvelopita
  • exact adj exacta; justa || adv exactly exacte
  • exaggerate vt exagerer
  • exalt vt (glorify, praise) laudazer; (work up, elate) exalter
  • exam n exámino
  • examine vt examiner
  • example n exemplo; for example exemple
  • excavate vt excaver; (archae.) excavationer
  • exceed vt ecceser
  • excel vi ecceler
  • except n exception ecceptedo || vt eccepter
  • excerpt n extract(atc)o
  • excess n ecceso || adj excessive eccesanta; nima
  • exchange vt intercambier || n intercambio
  • excite vt eccitationer || adj excited destrancuila
  • exclaim vt ecclamer
  • exclude vt excluser
  • exclusive adj exclusiva
  • excoriate vt abraser
  • exculpate vt desculpizer
  • excursion n excursiono; to go on an excursion excursioner
  • excuse vt (from task) dispenser; (oneself) excuser; (pardon) perdoner; excuse me! perdones ad mi! || n (apology) excuso; (pretext) pretexto; to offer excuses presentationer excusos || adj excusable perdonébila
  • execute vt (kill) executioner
  • exemplar n exemplaro; (model) modelo
  • exempt vt dispensationer
  • exercise vt (apply, use, follow, perform) practicher; (to improve skill, tone muscles) exerciter
  • exert vt (strain) efortiifer; (use) user
  • exhale vi ecrespirer
  • exhaust vt (deplete, drain, spend) exhauster || n (gas from motor, etc.) exhaustatco
  • exhibit vt (set in public view; phot) exhibit a painting expositioner pictatco; (show, manifest) manifester; monstrer || n exhibition expositiono; exhibitionism (psych.) exhibitiono
  • exhilarate vt alecrifer
  • exhort vt exhorter
  • exile vt exilier
  • exist vi exister || n existence existo
  • exit vt exiter || n exitayo
  • exodus n éxodo
  • exorbitant adj ecces(az)iva
  • exotic adj exótica
  • expand vt expanser || n expansion expanso
  • expect vt expecter
  • expense n (cost) costo; (expenditure) expenso || adj expensive costosa; pretiosa
  • experience vt experientier || n experientio
  • experiment vi experimenter
  • expert adj experta
  • expiate vt expier
  • expire vi expirer
  • explain vt explicher
  • explicit adj explícita
  • explode vi exploser
  • exploit vt exploter
  • explore vt explorer || n explorer exploristo
  • exponent n (math, ling.) exponento; (person) expositionanto; publicitanto; exponentiation exponentizo
  • export vt exportationer
  • expose vt (expound) explicher; (uncover, reveal) exposer; reveler; expose to danger exposer ad perículo || n exposition (exhibition) expositiono; (explanation) éxplico; exposition of merchandise expositiono je comerciedo; exposure exposo; exposure meter exposometro
  • express vt expreser || n expressway rapidvialazo
  • expropriate vt exproprier (álicu de álico)
  • expulsion n ecpulser; ejecter
  • extend vt extenser
  • extensive adj ampla
  • extent n extenso; to that extent en ecuila senso
  • exterior n exteratco
  • exterminate vt exterminer
  • external adj éxtera
  • extinct adj extintioninta; formortinta
  • extinguish vt extinter || n extinguisher extinticlo
  • extort vt extortioner
  • extra adj plusa
  • extract vt extracter
  • extraneous adj (external) éxtera; (nonessential) ne-esentiisca
  • extraordinary adj extraordinaria
  • extravagance n extravag(atc)o
  • extreme adj extrema || adv extremely extreme || n extrem(atc)o
  • extricate vt desintricher
  • extrovert n extroversito
  • exuberant adj exuberanta
  • exude vi exuder || vt exudifer
  • eye n óculo; (of a needle) ac-oculeto; keep an eye on vigiler sopre; eyebrow supercilio; eyeglasses ócul-vitros; eyelash cilio; eyelid pálpebro; eyeliner fardo di ócul-capilo; eyeshadow pálpebri-fardo || adj blue-eyed blavócula


F

  • F ltr (mus.) F (aut Fa); F-flat (F♭) F bemola; F-sharp (F♯) F diesa
  • fable n fábulo
  • fabric n (any woven material) texatco; (woven material used to produce other goods) stofo
  • façade n faciato
  • face n facio; face cream facii-cremo; face to face facio contre facio || vt frontalejer; (confront) afronter; face-fuck irumer
  • facsimile n facsímilo
  • fact n facto
  • faction n (small party) partiteto
  • factory n fabricherío
  • faculty n (division of school) facultato; (power of body, mind) facultato; (talent) talento; (teaching staff) insignistado
  • fade vi (disappear) gradope desaparer; (lose color) palidecer; sine-colorecer; (wilt) marcer
  • fail vi faler || vt without fail sine meno
  • faint vi sincoper
  • fair adj yusta; (copy) neta || adv fairly I'm fairly sure mi es presche certana; mi es sufiçante certana || n ferio
  • fairy n fado; (any fairytale creature) fatato; fairy land fad-paeso; fairy tale fatatisca raconto || adj fairytale ending feliça fino
  • faithful adj fidela
  • falcata n (forward-curving sword) falcato
  • falchion n (cleaver-like sword) faltiono
  • falcon n falcono
  • fall vi cader || n autumno; (prices) basifo
  • false adj falsa; false acacia (bot.: Robinia pseudoacacia) robinio
  • fame n famo; Elijah Wood, of The Lord of the Rings fame Elijah Wood, famosa pro la películo The Lord of the Rings
  • familiar adj familiara
  • family n familio
  • famine n faminazo
  • famous adj famosa
  • fan n (admirer) devoto; fano; (hand fan) ventiliclo; (mech.) ventilatoro || vt ventiler
  • fanatic adj fanática
  • fanfare n fanfaro
  • fantastic adj fantasiisca
  • fantasy n fantasío || vt fantasier
  • far adj distanta; far from distanta de; longitana de; so far, so good usche nun, bone
  • farad n farado
  • fare vi stander
  • farewell inter adeo! || n adeo
  • farm n (land and buildings) agri-cultiverío || vt farm out forinvier por facer || n farmer agri-cultivisto || vt (cultivate) cultiver
  • fart vi pediter || n pédito
  • fashion n modo; fashion designer modisto || vt (shape) factioner || adj fashionable secuno la modo
  • fast adj rápida; to make fast (fasten) fixer || vi jejuner
  • fat adj (corpulent) gurda || n grasio
  • fate n (force predetermining events) fato; (premeditated destiny) destino; (random, as if by lots) sorto
  • father n genitintiçho; patro; father-in-law afina patro; soceriçho; grandfather avioliçho
  • fatigue vt fatigher
  • fatuous adj fatua
  • fatwa n fatwa
  • faucet n robineto
  • fauld n (armor) faldo
  • fault n culpo
  • fauna n bestiado
  • favor n favoro || adj favorable favorosa
  • favorite adj preferata
  • fax n faxatco; (machine) faxatoro || vt faxer
  • fear vt (apprehension) timer || vi (be scared of) pavorer; never fear! es trancuila! || n (apprehension) timo; (being afraid) pavoro; (being terrified) teroro || adj fearful pavorosa; fearless sine pavoro; sine timo
  • feast n festino || vi festiner
  • feat n prodatco
  • feather n plumo; feather bed plum-matratio
  • feature n elemento || vt presentationer
  • February n Februario
  • fecal adj fechisca
  • feces n feco
  • fecund adj fecunda
  • federate vt federifer || n federation fédero || adj federal federisca
  • fee n (professional) honorario; entrance fee pretio di entro
  • feed vt (give food, or provide in manner of food) nutrer || n feedback (elec. or fig.) retroalimento; (from person) reacto
  • feel vt senter; (by touch) palper; how do you feel about it? cuale vi sentan sopre ecuilo?; I feel unhappy mi sentan mi desfeliça; it feels odd lo impresionan extránee; to feel cold senter si frígida; to feel like (doing something) haber on volitioneto -er; to feel like a king senter si cuale rejo || n feeling (emotional) sentimento; (physical) sento; hurt someone’s feelings ofenser la sentimento di álicu
  • feign vt afectationer
  • fell vt cadifer; (knock down) (colp)cadifer
  • fellate vt felationer
  • felt n (cloth) feltro
  • female adj fémina; female goat capriso; female stripper striptizist(is)o || n fémino
  • feminine adj feminisca
  • femur n fémoro
  • fence n fenço; chain-link fence fenço ec metala reto; lattice fence gratícula fenço
  • fenugreek n (bot.) fenogreco
  • ferment vi fermenter || n fermentifivo
  • fermium n (chem.: Fm) fermio
  • fern n (bot.) fíliço
  • ferocious adj feroça
  • ferret n furito
  • ferry n feriboto
  • fertile adj fértila
  • ferule n virgo
  • fervent adj fervoranta
  • fervor n fervoro
  • festival n (film, music, etc.) festivalo
  • fetch vt adporter
  • fetid adj fétida
  • fetish n fetiçho
  • fetus n feto
  • feud n feudo || adj feudal feudisca
  • fever n febro
  • few adj pauca; a few alicuanteta; cualca
  • fiance(e) n fidantiito
  • fiasco n fiasco; (wine bottle in a straw jacket) flasco
  • fiat n decreto; fiat money decreti-pecunio
  • fiber n fibro
  • fibrinogen n fibrinógeno
  • fibroma n fibromo
  • fibula n (anat., hist.) fíbulo
  • fiddle n violino
  • fidelity n fidelitio; (of a copy) exactitio
  • fidget vi agiter si
  • fiduciary adj fidisca
  • fief n feudo
  • field n campo; (cultivated) agro; (of study, interest) departimento
  • fig n fico; fig tree fichífero
  • fight vt combater
  • figure n cifro; figuro || vt figure out deciser
  • Fiji n Fijia; Fijian Fijiano
  • filaria n (zool.) filario
  • file n (collection of papers, dossier) documentado; (comp.) fiçhero; (row) filaro; (tool) limationiclo; file manager fiçher-administrationatoro || vt limationer; ordiner; (to archive) enarchivifer; (to register) documentifer; registrer; (under heading) clasificher || vi (to walk in line) caminer filare
  • Filipino n Filipiniano
  • film n filmo; (movie) películo; film buff cinéfilo; film festival cine-festivalo
  • filter n filtro
  • filthy adj sórdida
  • fin n aleto
  • finance n finantio
  • finch n (zool.: Fringilla coelebs) pinciono
  • find vt trover; find someone out descoperter || adj it will be found that lo esun trovita che
  • fine adj (delicate) delicata; (excellent) bonaza; (miniscule) parvaza; (pretty) linda; (pure) pura; (sharp) acuta; (subtle) subtila; (thin) tenua; fine arts belartos || n (penalty) multation(atc)o || vt multationer
  • finger n dígito; fingerprint digit-impresatco || vt palper
  • finish vt finer
  • Finland n Finlandia; Finn Finlandiano
  • fir n abieto
  • fire n foco; firebrand (person) revoltoso; firewood ardi-ligno; on fire ardezanta; set on fire incendier; fire station (foch-)extinterío; fire truck pump-camiono; firearm focarmo; firebrand (burning wood) titiono; (person) agitanto; fireman (foch-)extintisto; firewall (internet) bariclo || vt (an employee) desingager
  • firm adj firma || n (business) fermo
  • first adj unésima; at first cominitie; at first sight an unésima vido; first class unésim-clasa; unésima claso; firstborn unésima nacinto, genitito || adv (not before, not until) erste
  • fisc n fisco || adj fiscal fischisca
  • fish n piço; fish bone piç-osto; fish hook hamo; fishing boat pischi-barco; fishing line pischi-filo; fishing pole, fishing rod pischi-pértico; fisherman pischisto; kingfisher (zool.) altiono || vi pischer
  • fist n pugno
  • fit vi fiter || adj fit for convenanta; fitting decenta; close-fitting stricte adjustifita
  • five card cinca; fifty cinchideça || ord fifth cinchésima; fiftieth cinchidecésima || fract fifth cincavo
  • fix vt fixer
  • fizz n eferveço || vi efervecer
  • flabellum n flabelo
  • flacon n flacono
  • flag n bandario; standardo; sweet flag (bot.) acoro; flagpole bandarii-masto; bandarii-stango
  • flake n floco
  • flame n flamo; burst into flame flamefecer || vi flamefer || adj flaming flamosa
  • flamen n flámino
  • Flanders n Flandria
  • flank n flanco || vt flanchejer
  • flap n clapo
  • flash vi (appear briefly, as lightning) fulgurer; (expose oneself) exhibitioner || n flash drive mémori-clavo; flashlight fanaleto; poc-lámpado
  • flask n (flacon) flacono; (hip flask) flascheto; (laboratory flask) flascono; (vacuum flask) therm(obotel)o; (wine bottle in a straw jacket) flasco
  • flat adj plata; (even) plana || n (mus.) bemolo
  • flatbread n ázimo
  • flatter vt aduler
  • flaunt vt ostenter
  • flax n (bot.) lino; (fabric) linatco
  • flea n púliço; flea market púliç-bazaro
  • flee vi fuger
  • fleece n lan-pelto; lano
  • fleet n floto
  • Fleming n Flandriano
  • flerovium n (chem.: Fl) flerovio
  • flesh n carno
  • flicker vi fluctuer; tremuler; vacileter
  • flight n volo
  • flint n síliça
  • flip vt (overturn) renverser
  • flippant adj impertinenta
  • flirt vi flirter
  • float vi flotationer
  • flock n (of domesticated animals) grejo
  • flood vt inunder
  • floor n solio; (storey) stajo; floor lamp alti-lámpado; stanta lámpado
  • flooring n solii-tabulado
  • flora n plantado
  • flour n farino
  • flow vi fluer; flow back retrofluer || n (tide) fluxo
  • flower n floro; flower bed flor-agreto
  • flu n gripo
  • fluctuate vi fluctuer
  • fluid adj flúida
  • fluoresce vi fluorecer || adj fluorescent bulb fluorecisca lámpado
  • fluorine n (chem.: F) fluoro
  • fluoroscope n fluoroscopio; fluoroscopy fluoroscopiijo
  • flute n flauto; (archit.) canelo
  • flutter vi fluctuer
  • fly vi voler; fly away forvoler || n (insect) musco; flyblow musc-ovado; flywheel bilanciero || adj flying saucer volanta disco; volanta subtaso
  • foam n spumo || vi spumefer
  • focus n focalo || vt (lens, eyes) enfocalifer
  • fodder n fodro
  • fog n nébulo
  • foil vt abortifer
  • fold vt plicher || n plicatco; (bend) sinuo || adj folding bed plichébila lecto || afx -fold -upl-
  • folder n fiçheruyo
  • folk n pópulo
  • folklore n folcloro
  • follow vt secuer || n follower adhesanto; secuanto
  • fond adj afectionosa
  • font n (natural source) fonto; (typog.) tipado
  • food n alimentivo; mangedo; (nourishment) nutrivo; food chain alimentisca cateno; food processor cocin-máchino
  • fool vt inganer || n stulto || adj foolish stulta
  • foot n (anat., meas.) pedo; footage metratco; on foot pede; football (American) Usoniana football (or Usoniana futbalo); (soccer) football (or futbalo); footprint ped-marco
  • for prep (aim) por; (cause) pro; (comparison) he is tall for his age ili es alta relate ad sua etato; (continuing state) dex; I had been studying French for two years mi studin Francenso dex dua anuos; (duration) dum; I studied French for two years mi studin Francenso dum dua anuos; (exchange) por; cocaine for $10,000 a kg cocaíno por 10,000 $ chilograme/po chilogramo; I bought/sold my car for a dollar mi comprin/vendin mea vecturo por una dollar; I’ll give you this book for that one mi dationun ad vi ecuista libro por ecuila; (in spite of) for all his wealth malgrate iluya richitio; for a month (after) usche post menso || conj (because, since) pro che
  • forage vi cercher alimentivo
  • forbid vt prohiber
  • force n (coercion) coacto; fortio; by force coacte; fortie; violentie; (mil., police) armato; trupo; armed forces armato(s); armizita trupos; the force la politío; (phys.) fortitio; force five wind vento di fortitio cinco; may the Force be with you! la Fortitio eses cun vi!; (strength) fortitio; force for good fortitio por lo bona; force of nature fortitio di naturo; (validity) have the force of law eser válida cuomo lejo; (vigor) vigoro; (violence) violentio; in force (in large numbers) en granda nombro; (valid) válida; forcemeat farso || vt (break into) fortier; (by physical power) fortier; (cause to do) ficer -er; (coerce) coacter; (rape) fortier; violationer; force back represer; retropulser; ripulser; force down (airplane) decensifer; (prices) basifer; diminutioner; (swallow) fortie gluter; force in fortier; force open fortier; force out ecfortier; ecpulser; to force oneself to do coacter si facer; force-feed fortii-alimenter || adj forced (compelled) coactita; (door, lock) fortiita; (style) afectationanta; forced laugh artificia rido; coactita rido; forced march accelerita marçho
  • ford n guadayo
  • fore adj abántea; fore-and-aft rig auricado || n forearm abante-brachio; forecastle prori-castelo; forefather átavo; forehead fronto || vt forecast ante-dicer || prep (in time) ante
  • foreign adj extranearia; forana || n foreigner extraneario
  • forensic adj yurisca
  • forequarters n abanteatco
  • foresee vt ante-vider
  • forest n foresto; silvo
  • forever adv por sempre
  • forge n forgerío
  • forget vt obliter
  • forgive vt perdoner
  • fork n (cutlery) furcheto
  • form n formo; (document) formulario || vt (create, giving or taking the form of) formizer; the lines form a square la líneos formizan cuadrato
  • formal adj formala
  • formaldehyde n formaldehido
  • format n formato
  • former adj (previous) ántea; (sometime) ólima || adv formerly ólim
  • formula n fórmulo
  • fort n castelo
  • fortify vt fortificher || n fortification fortificatco
  • fortress n fortalitio
  • fortune n fortuno; the fortunes of war la sortos di guero
  • forum n foralo; (platform) tribunario
  • forward adv abantie; adabántee
  • fossil n fósilo
  • foulard n fulardo
  • found vt fundationer || n foundation fundamento; fundationatco
  • foundry n fusionerío
  • fountain n fontano
  • four card cuatra; forty cuatrideça || ord fortieth cuatridecésima; fourth cuatrésima || fract fourth cuatravo
  • fox n vulpo
  • foyer n vestíbulo
  • fractal n fractalo
  • fraction n fractiono || afx -avo
  • fracture n rumpatco
  • fragile adj frágila
  • fragrant adj bon-odoranta; fragranta
  • frame n (border) cuadro; (supporting structure) [armature] armaturo; [of a bicycle] cuadro; [of a building, ship] trabado; [of a car] çhasio; [of a human or animal] córporo; schéleto; [scaffolding] scafaldo; frame of mind ánim-stando; humoro; frame of reference referentii-cuadro; frames per second imáginos po secundo || vt (enclose) encuadrifer; (erect the framework of a building) trabizer; (falsely incriminate) fals-culpifer; (formulate) formulifer; formulizer; [idea] formizer; [sentence] constructer
  • France n Francia
  • francisca n franchisca haçho
  • francium n (chem.: Fr) francio
  • frank adj cándida; sine artificio || n Frank (hist) Franco
  • frappuccino n frapucino
  • fraud n fraudo
  • freak n deformifito || vi freak out fliper
  • free adj gratúita; líbera; sine pago; free of debt cuita; free on board afranchita an bordo || n freedom liberitio
  • freeze vt congeler; (deep-freeze) congel(az)er; (frost) geler; (turn to ice) glaciifer
  • freight n (goods) merços; (load) cárico; freight car merci-vagono
  • French n (language) Francenso; Frenchman Franciano; (ethnic) Franço || adj Franciana; (person) França; (thing) Francisca; French chalk talco; French fry frictita patato
  • frenzy n frenesío
  • frequency n frecuentio
  • frequent adj frecuenta || adv frequently frecuente || vt visitader
  • fresh adj fresca
  • Friday n Venerdio
  • friend n amico; friends with benefits amicos cun beneficios; friendship amichitio; boyfriend noviiçho; girlfriend noviiso || adj friendly amica
  • fright n pavoro || vt frighten pavorifer
  • frisky adj petulema, -anta
  • fritter vt fritter away disiper; fritter away one’s time amusaçher si || n apple fritter pom-frictito
  • frivolous adj frívola
  • frog n rano
  • from prep de; (according to) secuno; from what you say secuno cuo vi diçan; (made from) ec; a ship of iron navo ec fero; (motion out of) ec; he pulled a gun out of his pocket ili tirin focilo ec sua poco; (on account of) pro; to die from laughing morter pro rider; (since) dex; sickly since birth malatema dex naço; from behind de détree; from now on dex nun; from that time de alore; de poste; from under desub; from when de cuande; to take from deprender
  • front n abanteatco; frontalo; in front of abante || adj frontala; frontal frontalisca
  • frontier n frontario
  • frost n gelatco || vt geler
  • froth n spumo || vi spumefer
  • frown vi froncer sua supercilios || n dessuriser; frogner
  • fruit n fructo
  • frustrate vt (disappoint) decepter; (prevent from success) falifer; frustrer
  • fry vt fricter || adj fried frictita
  • fuchsia adj fucsia
  • fuck vt futuer || adj fucking futuita; maledictita; so pretty please, with sugar on top, clean the fuckin’ car dunche mi precan vi, súplican vi, nitifes la maledictita vecturo || inter futuer!; fuck off! vades futuer vi!; vades futuezer!; fuck you! fices futuer vi!; futues vi!
  • fucus n fuco
  • fuel n combustébilo
  • fulfill vt completioner; (execute) executer; (promise) satisfacer
  • full adj plena; satiita; full of -osa; plena de; full-breasted (man) gros-pectorífera; (woman) mamuda
  • fulmar n (zool.) fulmaro
  • fun n amus(ad)o; joc(ad)o; (cheerfulness) alecritio; fun full of fun valde alecra; make fun of deriser; ridandifer || adj amusanta
  • function n funtiono; functionary funtionisto
  • fund vt (fin.) consolider || n fundalo; (treasury) casho; (yearly income) réndito; emergency fund reservisca fundalo
  • fundamental adj fundamentisca
  • funeral n fúnero
  • funnel n infundíbulo
  • funny adj (humorously amusing) drola
  • fur n pilos || adj furry pilos(az)a
  • furnace n furnazo
  • furnish vt (provide with furniture) moblizer; (someone with something) proviser; (something to someone) furniser || adj furnished room moblizita cambro
  • furniture n moblado; piece of furniture moblo
  • furrow n sulco
  • further adj (moreover, yet, more) plusa; the further adventures of Pippi Longstocking la plusa adventuros di Pippi Longstocking || adv (moreover, yet, more) pluse; he could read no further ili ne potin lecturer pluse; furthermore pluse
  • fuse n (elec.) fusíbilo
  • fuselage n fuselajo
  • fusion n (cun)fusiono
  • future n futuro; in (the) future future
  • fuzz n lanúgino


G

  • G ltr (mus.) G (aut Sol); G-flat (G♭) G bemola; G-sharp (G♯) G diesa
  • gabble vi garulaçher
  • Gabon n Gabonia; Gabonian Gaboniano
  • gadfly n tabano
  • gadolinium n (chem.: Gd) gadolinio
  • gain vt ganier
  • gait n caminatco
  • gal n cherliso
  • galaxy n galaxio; steladazo
  • gale n (Beaufort level 8) fort-ventazo; (Beaufort level 9) tempestateto
  • gall n bilo; gallbladder bilayo
  • galleon n galeono
  • gallery n galerío
  • galley n (naut.) galeo
  • gallium n (chem.: Ga) galio
  • gallop vi galoper
  • Gambia n Gambia; Gambian Gambiano
  • gambit n gambito
  • gamble vi parijocher
  • game n joco; (equipment) jochiclo; computer game electronichisca joc(hicl)o; game warden cacii-guardisto; gamekeeper cacii-guardisto; video game videojoc(hicl)o
  • gamin n gamino
  • gang n bandaçho; gansterado; gang rape colectiva violationo; grupopa violationo; gangster gánstero; gangsterism gánsterismo
  • gangway n (pas)ponteto
  • gannet n (zool.) alcatraso
  • gap n lacuno
  • gape vi (mouth, hole) eser aperazita; (person) rester buc-aperite; gape at reguarder buc-aperite
  • garage n (repair) máchin-reparerío; (shelter) garajo
  • garden n jardino; gardener jardinisto
  • garland n ghirlando
  • garlic n alio
  • garnish vt guarner
  • garrison n (place) guarnitionayo; (troops) guarnitiono || vt guarnitionizer
  • gas n gaso; gasolino; gas cap (auto) gasolintapo; gas station gasolinerío
  • Gascon n Gascono; Gascony Gasconia
  • gate n porto; (of a town) portalo; gateway (comp) portalayo
  • gather vt asembler; (flowers, etc.) coliger
  • gauge n indichiclo; fuel gauge gasolinómetro; speed gauge velocímetro
  • gauntlet n (glove) guanteleto; run the gauntlet paser tra bastonado
  • gay adj (homosexual) gaya
  • gazelle n gazelo
  • gear n (gear arrangement) second gear la duésima velocitatumo; (gear ratio) velocitatumo; (gear-wheel) dent-roto; (machinery) aparat(ar)o; gear tooth rot-dento; gearing dent-rotado; shift gears cambier la velocitatumo; gear shift (auto) cambii-stango; velocitatum-stango
  • gecko n (zool.) gheco
  • geek n ghico
  • gelatin n gelatino; gelatin desert (jello) gelatin-deserto
  • gem n gemo
  • gender n sexo; (ling) género
  • gene n geno
  • general adj generala || n generalo
  • generate vt producter
  • generation n generationo
  • generous adj generosa
  • genesis n géneso
  • genetics n genético
  • genever n genevro
  • genie n jino
  • genital adj geniticlisca || n genitals geniticlo
  • genius n genio
  • genome n genomo
  • genotype n genotipo
  • genre n género
  • gentle adj lena || n gentleman (man of good social position) senioro; (well-bred, well-mannered man) gentil(içh)o; Gentlemen, you can’t fight in here! This is the War Room! Senioros, vos ne potan combater hic! Ecuisto es la Guer-Cambro!
  • gentry n seniorado
  • genuine adj auténtica; genuina; sincera; vera
  • genus n género
  • geography n geografío; geographer geógrafo
  • geoid n geoido
  • geometry n geometrío; geometer geómetro
  • geophysics n geofísico
  • Georgia n Georgia; Georgian Georgiano
  • gerbil n gerbilo
  • germ n (microorganism) germo; (plant embryo) gérmino
  • German n Alemano; Germany Alemania; Germania Germanichia || adj Germanic Germánica
  • germanium n (chem.: Ge) germanio
  • germophobe n misófobo; germophobia misofobío
  • gerontology n gerontologhío; gerontologist gerontólogo
  • gestate vt gestationer
  • gesture vi gesticuler
  • get vt acuisiter; (hit) while it should have been a better shot, he got him in the head cuancam li devebin eser on plu bona disparo, ili atingin ili en la cápito; get to (be able to) poter; (be allowed to) yure ... -er || vi get along (be on good terms) bone interacter; harmonier; (leave) departurer; forvader; (manage) adjuter si; (progress) progreser; get by (manage) adjuter si; get to (reach) atinger
  • Ghana n Gana; Ghanaian Ganano
  • ghost n fantasmo
  • giant n giganto || adj giant anteater giganta formicario
  • gift n donationedo
  • giga- afx (thousand million) giga-
  • gill n branchio
  • gimbal n bilanciero
  • gimlet n forationicleto
  • gin n gino
  • ginger n gingibro; gingerbread (cake) gingibri-cuco; (cookie) gingibri-cuchio
  • giraffe n girafo
  • girder n trabo
  • girl n (baby) infantiso; (gamin) gamin(is)o; (minor) minoreniso; (young) pueriso; (young woman) adulteçantiso; juveniso; girlhood adulteçantisitio; juvenisitio; puerisitio || adj girlish juvenisesca; puerisesca
  • gist n esentio
  • give vt dationer; (gift) donationer; give back retrocesioner; give up (abandon) abandoner; (cease) cesationer -er; (hand over) consigner; (no longer expect) ne plu expecter; (stop trying, admit failure; abandon claim to) renuntier; (yield) cesioner || vi give in (capitulate) capitulationer; give up (surrender) capitulationer
  • glad adj joyosa || adv gladly cun placero || n gladness joyo || vi to be glad joyer
  • glance vi (at) reguardeter
  • gland n glándulo
  • glans n glando
  • glass n vitro; (drinking) bicario; glass of beer bicario de biro; glasses binóculo; horn-rimmed glasses tortuca binóculo; wineglass copo
  • glean vt spicilegier
  • glide vi (in air) vol-gliser || n (slide) gliser; glider vol-glisiclo; hang-glider deltaplano; paraglider parapento
  • globe n globo
  • gloom n (dark) ténebro; (depression) depresiono; sombritio || adj gloomy (dark) tenebrosa; (depressed) depresionita; sombra
  • glory n glorio || vt glorify gloriizer
  • glove n guanto; (fingerless glove) duava guanto
  • glow vi ardorer; (burn) arder; (shine) luminer || adj glowing ardoranta; ardorosa
  • gloxinia n (bot.) gloxinio
  • glucose n glucozo
  • glue n glútino || vt glutinizer; (something to something else) glutinejer
  • glutamate n glutamato
  • gluten n glúteno; gluten-free sine glúteno
  • gnarled adj (knobbly) nodosa; (twisted) torcita
  • gnat n cúliço
  • gnaw vt roder
  • go vi vader; go away! for mi! foreces!; to go away (go out) ecvader; (to a distance) forvader; to go back retrovader; rivener; to go on durationer
  • goal n objectivo
  • goat n capro
  • gob n grumo
  • gobbledygook n galimatío
  • goblin n gobelino
  • god n de(içh)o; goddess deiso; godparent bapti-genitoro || adj godly (pious) pia
  • gold n (chem.: Au) auro || adj golden aurea; golden-brown (cul.) bone daurita
  • golf n golf; golf club golf-bastono
  • good adj bona; (benevolent) bon-volitionanta; to be so good as to permit bon-volitione permises || adv (fairly large) pretty good sized lexicon for what amounts to little more than a jokelang pasábile granda léxico por cuo ecualesan ad pauco pluse cam on burli-linguajo || n goods stoco; good-bye adeo || inter good-bye adeo!
  • google vt (search for something on the Internet) googlijer; guglijer
  • goose n ávico
  • gooseberry n spinosa groselo
  • gopher n geómiso
  • gorge n (geog.) gurgo; (throat) gurgo || vt gorge oneself on manjazer
  • gorgeous adj belaza
  • goshawk n astoro
  • gospel n evangelio
  • gossip vi comatraler || n (person) comatralemo; (talk) comatral(ad)o
  • Goth n Gotho || adj gothic (art) góthica; (hist.) Gotha
  • gourd n cucurbitumo
  • govern vt guberner || n government gubernerío
  • grace n (favor) favoro; (gracefulness) gratio; (one of the three Graces) Gratio; (relig.) gracio || adj gracious (merciful) clementa
  • gracile adj grácila
  • grade n (degree) grado; (level) nivelo; (quality) cualitio; (rank) rango; (school: mark, note) cualífico; (slope) declivo
  • gradian n gradiano
  • gradual adj gradopa || adv gradually gradope
  • graduate vt gradizer || n gradizito; graduation gradizo
  • gradus n Grados (ad Parnasso)
  • graffiti n grafiaturo
  • grain n (of corn, coffee, salt, leather, etc.) grano; (wheat) trítico
  • grammar n gramático
  • grand adj (grandiose) grandiosa || n grandparent aviolo
  • grandiose adj grandiosa
  • grant vt (subvent) subventioner
  • grape n uvo
  • graph n (infograph) infográfico
  • graphic adj (visual) graphic arts gráfica artos; graphic novel gráfica romancio; (vivid) graphic sex and violence gráfica sexejo et violentio || n gráfico
  • graphite n grafito
  • grasp vt sacer; grasp at sacecer
  • grass n herbo || adj grassy herbosa
  • grasshopper n acrido
  • grate vt rasper
  • grating n gratículo
  • gratitude n gratitúdino
  • grave adj (serious, weighty, not trifling) grava || n (place of burial) sepultayo
  • gravitate vi graviter
  • gravity n grávito
  • graze vt (pasture) pasturer
  • grease n grasio || adj greasy grasiosa
  • great adj granda; (in deed) magna || adv greatly valde || n greatcoat capoto || afx great- ante-; post-; great grandchild post-nepto
  • greave n cruraro
  • grebe n (zool.) grebo
  • Greece n Grechia; Greek Greco
  • greed n aviditio || adj greedy ávida
  • green adj vírida
  • Greenland n Grenlandia; Greenlander Grenlandiano
  • greet vt saluter || n greeting saluto
  • Gregorian adj Gregoriisca
  • Grenada n Granata
  • grenade n grenado
  • grey adj grisa
  • griffin n (also gryphon, griffon) grifono
  • grill n gratículo || vt (cul.) gratícul-roster
  • grimace vi grimacier
  • grimoire n grimorio
  • grind vt (corn) moliner || vi (dry hump) conii-fricher; méncul-fricher; (with the buttocks) cul-fricher; culijer; pereer; (with the buttocks during sex) cever; culijer; (with the genitals during sex) coniijer; crisationer
  • grip n (theat) machinisto; vise grip adjustifébila pinciclo || vt stringer
  • groin n ínguino
  • groom vt toiletijer
  • groove n canaleto
  • grope vt (sexually) tocuçher
  • grotesque adj grutesca
  • ground n tero; ground floor ter-stajo; grounds locado
  • group n grupo
  • grove n boscheto
  • grow vi crecer
  • growl vi grunder
  • grudge n rancoro || adv grudgingly contre-volitione
  • grunt vi gruner
  • guarantee vt guaranter
  • guard vt guarder; (be guardian of) tuteler || n (corps) guardistado; guardian curatoro; guardian angel guard-ángelo
  • Guatemala n Guatemala; Guatemalan Guatemalano
  • guess vt (correctly) divinationer; (suppose) conjecturer; guess what? vi sapan cuo?
  • guest n hospitato
  • guide vt guider
  • guild n ghildo
  • guillemot n (zool.) cefo
  • guilt adj guilty culpífera
  • Guinea n Guinea; Guinea-Bissau Guinea-Bisavia; Guinean Guineano
  • guitar n ghitaro
  • gulf n golfo
  • gullet n gulo
  • gum n gingivo; gumo
  • gun n focilo; gun carriage afusto; machine gun máchin-focilo; (rifle-caliber rounds) máchin-fusilo; submachine gun (pistol-caliber rounds) máchin-pistolo; gunshot disparo; within gunshot ye focil-atinjo
  • gust n (of wind) ráfico; venti-colpo
  • gutter n canaleto
  • guttural adj guturala
  • guy n cherliçho
  • Guyana n Guyana; Guyanan Guyanano
  • gynecology n ginecologhío; gynecologist ginecólogo
  • gyrocopter n autogiro


H

  • ha inter ha!
  • habitual adj custumasca
  • hack vt (chop) haçhijer; (comp.) (alter code) hacher; (bypass the security of) enhacher; (gain access to data) adhacher || n (comp.) hacatco; hacker hachisto
  • hafnium n (chem.: Hf) hafnio
  • haggle vi mercantejer
  • hail vi (weather) grandiner || n (weather) grándin(atc)o
  • hair n (of the body) pilo; (of the head) capilo; hairdresser cofuristo; terminal hair fin-pilo; vellus hair vélero || adj hairy capilosa; pilosaza
  • Haiti n Haítia; Haitian Haitiano
  • half n duavo; half-breed mixticio; half-brother semi-germaniçho; half-sister semi-germaniso || adj half-blind lusca; half-caf semicafeinífera || adv halfway ye semi-vialo || afx semi-
  • hall n (covered market) mercati-salonazo; (large room) salonazo; (public hall) salonazo
  • hallucinate vi haluciner
  • halo n auréolo
  • halt vi halter
  • halter n (for horse) capistro; halter top col-bretelígero
  • ham n (anat.) gareto; (food) gambono
  • hamburger n (ham)burghero
  • hammer n martelo || vt martelijer
  • hammock n hamaco
  • hamper vt impeder; incomoder
  • hamster n hamstro
  • hand n manuo; at hand júxtea; próxima; hand truck carelo; on the one hand por una parto; on the other hand mas se la caso es che; por áltera parto; handcart cariteto; handgun curta focilo || vt hand over consigner || adj handy (at hand) presta; handheld manu-teneda
  • handbill n advis-folio
  • handcuffs n manículo
  • handkerchief n nas-tuco; poc-tuco
  • handle vt palper; (tool, etc.) manuijer || n (curved, as of a cup) anso; (gen.) teniclo; (straight, as of a shovel) manubrio; handlebar direction-stango
  • hang vi pender; hang out (loiter) otier || vt (execute) pendejer || n hang-out custumasca loco
  • hangar n hangaro
  • hanger n vestarco
  • happen vi eventer
  • happy adj feliça; happy ending feliça fino || n happiness felicitio; joyo
  • harass vt persecutioner; tormenter
  • harbinger n (announcer) anuntianto; (forerunner) ante-curanto
  • harbor n portuo
  • hard adj desfácila; difícila; dura; hardcore (committed, doctrinaire) pura et dura; usche-osta; (music) hardcora; (porn) explícita || n hard disk dura disco; hardness duritio; hardware aparatado
  • hardly adv apene; hardly any (almost none) presche nula
  • hardtop n (auto.) hardtopo
  • hare n léporo
  • harlequin n harlechino
  • harmful adj nociva
  • harmonica n harmónico
  • harmonium n harmoniumo
  • harmony n concordo; harmonio; harmonic harmoniisco || vi to be in harmony concorder; harmonier || adj harmonic harmoniisca; harmonious harmoniosa
  • harness n harneso
  • harp n harpo || vt harp on repetaçher
  • harpy n (myth.) harpiyo
  • harsh adj acra
  • hartebeest n (Alcelaphus buselaphus) alcélafo
  • haruspex n (hist.) harúspiço
  • harvest vt mesioner
  • has-been n exo
  • hashish n hashisho
  • hassium n (chem.: Hs) hasio
  • haste n hasto || adv hastily hastose; precípite
  • hat n capelo
  • hatch n (of a ship) escotilo || vt exclaudifer || vi exclauder
  • hatchback n (auto.) haçhbaco
  • hatchet n haçheto
  • hate vt odier || n hatred odio
  • haughty adj superba
  • haunt vt (frequent) visitader; (frequent and disturb, as a ghost) hanter
  • have vt (as auxiliary verb; perfect) -in; ja; the tribe has spoken la tribo es parlinta; la tribo parlin; (as auxiliary verb; present perfect progressive) I’ve been living in Düsseldorf mi residan en Düsseldorf; I’ve been living in Düsseldorf for six months mi residan en Düsseldorf dex sesa mensos; I’ve been studying French mi studadan Francenso; it has been snowing lo nivadan; it has been snowing all week (and still is) lo nivadan dum la tota septimano; it has been snowing all week (but isn’t now) lo nivin dum la tota septimano; it has been snowing for five days lo nivan dex cinca dios; (give birth) nacifer; (possess) haber; (to emphasize following verb) ya; (tolerate) tolerer; I won't have pot in my house! mi ne tóleran marihuano en mea domo!; (trick) inganer; have someone do something ficer álicufacer álico; have something done (by someone) ficer (álicu) facer álico; have something done by someone ficer álico facita da álicu; have to dever; to have on, be wearing vestejer || vi (as auxiliary verb) es(eç)er; to have to do with concerner
  • hawk n falcono
  • hawser n anmaro
  • hay n feno
  • hazard n perículo; hazard lights lámpados di criso
  • haze n sica nébul(et)o || adj hazy confusita
  • hazelnut n abelano
  • he prn ili; he who li cua || afx -içho; he-goat capriçho; he-surgeon chirurghiçho
  • head n (anat.) cápito; (chief) çhefo; head of the family çhefo di la familio; from head to toe de cápito ad pedos; headache cápit-doloro; headcheese carni-gelatino; heading título; headland capo; promontorio; headlight fanalo; to make headway abantier; progreser || adj heady ebriifanta; ebriifiva
  • heal vt risanifer || n healer curationisto
  • health n sanitio; to be in health saneser; your health! ad vua sanitio! || adj healthy sana
  • heap n amaso
  • hear vt auder; overhear fortúite auder || vi hear of informezer sopre || n hearing audi-poto
  • hearse n fúner-vecturo
  • heart n cordio; at heart en sua cordio; íntime; reale; by heart mémore; heartburn piroto; heartwood durámino
  • hearth n focayo; focularo
  • heat n caldatco; calditio; caloro || vt caldifer
  • heath n (bot.: Erica) bruco; (moor) brucayo
  • heather n (bot.: Calluna vulgaris) caluno; heather cock (zool.: Tetrao urogallus) urogalo
  • heaven n celestio
  • heavy adj pesosa; (phys., fig.) grava
  • Hebrew n (language) Hebreenso; (person) Hebreo
  • hedgehog n hericio
  • heel n talono; (of shoe) talonumo || inter heel! secues!
  • height n (highness) superitio; (tallness) altitio
  • helicopter n helicóptero
  • helium n (chem.: He) helio
  • hell n Inferno
  • hello inter saluto!; (phone) haló!
  • helm n direction-timono; helmsman (nav)directionisto
  • helmet n (war) casco
  • helminth n (zool.) helmintho; helminthology helminthologhío
  • help vt adjuter || n adjuto
  • hem n órulo || vt orulizer
  • hematology n hematologhío; hematologist hematólogo
  • hemisphere n hemisfero
  • hemophilia n hemofilio; hemophiliac hemofilíaco
  • hemp n cánab-stofo
  • hen n puliso
  • hence adv de hic; henceforth dex nun
  • hepatitis n hepatito
  • her pos (reflexive) sua || prn herself si || pos eluya
  • herald n heraldo
  • herb n (any plant without woody stem) herbo; (med., cul.) hérbulo; herbage herbado
  • herd n bando; (of domesticated animals) grejo
  • here cor hic; here and there hic et ilác; here is/here are ci es || inter here is/here are ecce
  • heresy n heresío
  • heretic n heresiisto
  • hermaphrodite n hermafrodito
  • hermit n eremito
  • hero n heroo
  • heron n herono
  • herring n haringo
  • Herzegovina n Herzegovina; Herzegovinan Herzegovinano
  • hesitate vi hesiter
  • heterosexual adj heterosexema
  • hexagon n hexágono
  • hey inter (calling attention) hei!; (disapproval or protest) ei!
  • hibiscus n hibisco
  • hickory n (bot.) hicorio
  • hide vt absconder || n pelo
  • high adj (intoxicated) ebria; (tall) alta; high up elevita; superaza; high wind (Beaufort level 7) fort-vento; higher súpera; (in rank) superiora; higher education superiora éduco; highborn de nobiliara familio || n highness altitúdino; his highness dómino rejo; your highness mea dómino rejo; highway (main road between cities) vialazo
  • highlight n punto culminanta
  • hill n colino; montanieto
  • hilt n (handle) manubrio; (guard, grip, and pommel) hilço
  • him prn li; himself si
  • Himalayas n Himalaya
  • hinder vt impeder; tardifer || n hindrance impediclo; obstáculo
  • Hindu n Hindúo; Hinduism Hinduismo
  • hinge n cárdino
  • hip n hanco
  • hire vt ingager || n hireling salariizataçho
  • his pos iluya; (reflexive) sua
  • hiss vi sibilationer
  • histamine n histamino
  • history n historio || adj historical historiisca
  • hit vt colp(et)er; (a target) atinger
  • hitch vt (fasten) ligher; to hitch a horse to a wagon cunganciijer on cabalo ad on vecturo; (shift) mover per súbita tiro || vi hitchhike autostoper || adj to get hitched (married) sponsecer
  • hither cor adhic; hitherto usche nun
  • hmm inter hm
  • hoarse adj rauca
  • hobby n pasatempo
  • hockey n hockey (or hócheo); hockey stick hockey-bastono
  • hoe n sárculo || vt sarculijer
  • hoist vt hiser
  • hold vt tener || vi hold out durationer || n (of ship) nav-caverno; holder -ier-
  • hole n (cavity) cavatco; (perforation) forámino; hole-punch perforiclo
  • holiday n festi-dio; líbera dio
  • Holland n Holandia; Hollander Holandiano
  • hollow adj cava || n cavatco
  • holly n acrifolio
  • holm n insuleto; holm oak íliço
  • holmium n (chem.: Ho) holmio
  • holograph n hológrafo
  • holography n hologramío; hologram hologramo
  • holy adj santa
  • home n focaro; at home focare; homeland patrio; paeso di naço; homepage cominitiisca págino; salut-págino; homeward ad focare; homework dom-lectiono
  • homogeneous adj homogénea
  • homophone n homófono || adj homophonous homófona
  • homosexual adj homosexema
  • Honduras n Honduria; Honduran Honduriano
  • honest adj honesta
  • honey n melo
  • honeymoon n mel-témporo
  • honor vt honorizer || n honoro || adj dishonorable deshonoranda
  • hood n caputio; (motor cover) capoto
  • hoof n unguo
  • hook n agrafo; gancio; fish hook hamo || vt (interlock with) cunganciijer; (onto) surganciifer
  • hookah n narghilo
  • hoopoe n úpupo
  • hop vi salteter
  • hope vt sperer || n spero || adv hopefully (one hopes) cun fortuno
  • horde n hordo
  • horizon n horizonto || adj horizontal horizontala
  • horn n corno; (auto, etc.) claxono
  • horrify vt hororifer
  • horror n hororo
  • horse n cabalo; horsepower vapor-cabalo; horsebox cabal-remulchedo; (rail) cabal-vagono
  • hose n (flexible tube) manicario; (sheer) calcinazo; (hist.) calceazo
  • hospice n hospitio
  • hospitable adj hospitema
  • hospital n hospitalo
  • hospitality n hóspit(emiti)o
  • host n hospitanto || vt (internet) hospiter
  • hostage n hostajo
  • hostile adj (act) inimichisca; (person) inimica || n hostility inimichitio
  • hot adj caldaza; (physically attractive) hota; hot pants shorteto; hot-blooded eccitationema; iracema || n hotbed (hort.) cald-agreto; (of vice, etc.) centro; hotline directa líneo
  • hotel n hotelo
  • hound n hundo
  • hour n horo
  • house n domo; housekeeper ecónomo; in the house of apud; houseboat dombarco
  • hover vi (remain stationary in the air) vol-pender || n hovercraft aeroglisatoro
  • how cor cuale; how are you? cuale vi standan?; how much cuanta; how...! cuante... -a!
  • however adv cuale cunche; tamen
  • howitzer n obus-canono
  • howl vi ululer
  • hub n modiolo; hubcap roti-tapo
  • hue n coloro
  • hug vt imbracier
  • huh inter he
  • hull n nav-córporo
  • human n humano; humanism humanismo; humanity (human quality) humanitio; (humaneness) humanitato; (humankind) humanado; humankind humanado; la humanisca specio || adj human(esc)a
  • humane adj humanitatosa
  • humanitarian adj humanitaria
  • humble adj húmila
  • humerus n húmero
  • humid adj húmida
  • humiliate vt humilifer
  • hummingbird n colibrío
  • humor n (mood) humoro; (quality of being amusing) humuro
  • hump n gibo
  • humus n humo
  • hunch n suspecto
  • hundred card centa || ord hundredth centésima || fract hundredth centavo
  • Hungary n Hungaria; Hungarian Hungariano
  • hunger vi faminer || n fámino || adj hungry faminanta
  • hunt vt cacier; hunt down parcacier
  • hurdle n (fig.) obstáculo
  • hurrah inter hurá
  • hurricane n (Beaufort level 12) huracano
  • hurry vi haster
  • hurt vt (cause pain) dolorifer || vi (ache) dolorer
  • husband n sponsiçho
  • husky adj rauca
  • hut n cabanaçho; cabaneto
  • hyacinth n (bot.) jacintho
  • hybrid n híbrido
  • hydrant n hidranto
  • hydraulics n hidráulico
  • hydride n hidruro
  • hydrogen n (chem.: H) hidrógeno
  • hydrometer n hidrómetro
  • hydroplane n hidroplano
  • hydroponics n hidropónico
  • hydroscope n hidroscopio
  • hydroxide n hidróxido
  • hygiene n higieno
  • hyphen n junti-strico; stricheto
  • hypnosis n hipnoto || vt hypnotize hipnotizer
  • hypocrite n hipócrito; hypocrisy hipocrititio || adj hypocritical hipócrita
  • hypoglycemia n hipoglicemio
  • hypothesis n hipótheso || vt hypothesize hipotheser || adj hypothetical hipothesisca
  • hyrax n hiraço


I

  • I prn mi
  • iamb n jambo || adj iambic jambisca
  • ice n glacio; ice cream glaço; ice fog glacii-nébulo || adj icy frigidaza
  • Iceland n Islandia; Icelander Islandiano
  • icon n (comp) icono
  • idea n ideo
  • ideal n idealo
  • identify vt (ascertain the identity of) identificher; (equate with) identifer; (recognize) ricognocer || adj identical, self-same identa
  • identity n identitio; identity card identifichiva carto; identifichivo; identitii-carto
  • ideologue n ideólogo; ideology ideologhío
  • idiot n idioto
  • if conj se
  • igloo n iglúo
  • ignite vt accender || n ignition ignitioniclo
  • ignore vt ignorer
  • iguana n iguano
  • ill adj malata; fall ill malatecer; to make ill ficer malata; malatifer; ill-advised (person) desprudenta; (thing) neconsilianda || n illness malatitio
  • illegal adj deslejasca
  • illusion n ilusiono
  • illustrate vt ilustrer
  • image n imágino; image map imágin-mapo
  • imagine vt imaginationer; (suppose) suposer || n imagination imaginationado; (imaginativeness) imaginationemitio; imaginationivitio || adj imaginary fictionita; imaginationisca; imaginationita; (math) imaginaria; imaginative imaginationema; imaginationiva
  • imbecile n imbécilo
  • imbrex n (archit.) ímbriço
  • imitate vt imiter || n imitation (result) imitatco
  • immediate adj (direct) nemediata; (instant) imediata || adv immediately imediate
  • immense adj imensa
  • immerse vt imerser
  • imminent adj próxima
  • immortal adj nemortiva || n nemortivo
  • immune adj imuna || n immunology imunóloghío
  • impair vt damner
  • impede vt impeder
  • imperial adj imperiisca || n imperialism imperismo
  • impetus n ímpetuo || adj impetuous impetuosa
  • impinge vt incider
  • implicate vt (by logic) implicer; (involve, entangle) implicher
  • implicit adj implicita
  • implode vi imploser
  • implore vt implorer
  • imply vt implicer
  • import vt importationer
  • important adj importanta
  • impose vt imposer || adj imposing (grandiose) grandiosa
  • impossible adj neposíbila
  • impregnate vt impregner
  • impress vt impresioner; (command respect, wonder) imponer || n impression afecto; (mental, phot) impresiono; to make such-and-such an impression on impresioner
  • improve vt plu-bonifer || vi plu-bonecer
  • impulse n impulso || adj impulse buy impulsisca compro
  • impute vt imputer
  • in prep (place) en; in the city en la civitato; (time) dum; en; post; in June en Junio; she’ll be here in three days eli venun post tria dios; (with motion) aden; he went in the house ili vadin aden la domo; in addition pluse; últree; in case (that) case che; en caso che; in exchange for por; in favor of por; in his infancy dum sua infantetitio; in order that por che; in reference to sopre; in regard to sopre; in spite of malgrate; in such a way that tale che; in the former time en la ólima témporo; in the meantime dume; in this hypothesis secuno ecuista hipótheso; insofar secuno cuante; is your father in? escue vua patro es focare?; versed in the dark arts erudita sopre la artos obscura || n ins and outs omna la detaliatcos || afx (as negative prefix) ne-; sine; (opposite of) des-
  • inactive adj neactanta
  • inadvertent adj (unintentional) neintentita || adv inadvertently neintente; nesapante
  • inarticulate adj nearticulationita
  • inauspicious adj desfeliça
  • incandesce vi incandecer || adj incandescent incandeçanta; incandescent bulb incandecisca lámpado
  • incapacitate vt necapabilifer
  • incarcerate vt encarcerifer
  • incendiary adj incendiiva
  • incense n (for odor) incenso
  • inch n unçhio
  • incident n evento; incidento || adv incidentally incidente; látere; parénthese; pasante
  • incise vt inciser
  • incite vt inciter
  • incline vt incliner
  • include vt incluser
  • inclusive adj inclusiva
  • income n rédito; (unearned) réndito; income tax rédit-imposto
  • incompetent adj necompetenta
  • inconvenience vt incomoder
  • incorporate vt encorporifer
  • incorporeal adj (immaterial, spiritual) nemateria
  • incorrect adj necorecta
  • increase vt augmenter
  • incredible adj necredébila
  • incubate vt incubationer
  • incubus n íncubo
  • indeed adv (as intensifier) ya
  • indemnify vt indemnizer
  • indent vt indenter
  • independent adj nedependanta || n independence nedependo
  • index n índiço; index card fiçho
  • India n India; Indian Indiano
  • indicate vt indicher || n indicator monstriclo
  • indicative n (gram.) indicativo
  • indifferent adj indiferenta
  • indignant adj indignanta
  • indignation n indigno
  • indistinct adj confusita
  • indium n (chem.: In) indio
  • individual n individuo
  • indolent adj indolenta
  • Indonesia n Indonesia; Indonesian Indonesiano
  • induce vt (cause) efectifer; producter; (entice) lurer; (incite) inciter; (instigate) instigher; (log., phys.) inducter; (persuade) persuaser || n inducement atracticlo; causo; coragizo; enconduciclo; incito; motivo; stímulo; tempto
  • induct vt instaler; invester || n induction instalo; investo; (log., phys.) inducto; inductor (elec.) inductoro || adj inductive inductiva
  • indulge vt (be indulgent to) indulger
  • industry n industrio
  • inert adj inerta || n inertia inertitio
  • inexorable adj nedeturnébila
  • infamous adj infama
  • infantry n infantrío; infantryman infantriano
  • infect vt infecter; disinfect desinfecter
  • infer vt inferer
  • inferior adj inferiora
  • infest vt infester
  • infirm adj infirma; malata || n infirmity malatitio
  • inflame vt inflamer
  • inflect vt inflexer
  • influence vt influer; (emotionally move) afecter
  • inform vt informer || n information bureau informisca oficino; information science informático
  • informal adj neformala
  • infuse vt enfuser
  • ingenious adj ingeniema; ingeniosa
  • ingredient n ingrediento
  • inhabit vt habiter || n inhabitant habitanto
  • inhale vi enrespirer
  • inherit vt herediter
  • inhibit vt inhiber
  • inimical adj (act) inimichisca; (person) inimica
  • initial adj cominitiisca
  • initiate vt (a novice) initier || n initiito; initialize (a disk) initier; initiative initiativo
  • inject vt injecter
  • injure vt nocer; (med., jur.) lesioner; (physically) damner; (wound) vulnerer || adj injured (offended) ofensita
  • ink n encausto; inkjet printer encausti-jetisca impresatoro
  • inn n albergo; innkeeper alberg-çhefo
  • innocent adj inocenta; sine culpo
  • inquest n incuisito
  • inquire vt cuestioner
  • inquisition n incuisito; (eccl.) incuisitiono
  • insane adj dementa
  • insect n insecto
  • insert vt inserter
  • inside adv interne
  • insignia n insignio
  • insipid adj insípida
  • insist vi insister || adv insistently insiste
  • insofar adv cuante; insofar as secuno cuante
  • insoluble adj (problem) nesolvébila; (substance) nedissolvébila
  • inspire vt inspirer
  • install vt instaler || n installment (partial payment) aconto; parta pago
  • instance n (circumstance) circumstantio; (example) exemplo; (occasion) ocasiono
  • instant adj (immediate) imediata; (occuring during a particular instant) instantisca; (present, current) nuna; (urgent) urjanta; instant coffee solvébila cafeo; instant messenger instantánea misajiclo || adv instantly (immediately) imediate; (occurring during a particular instant) instantische || n (moment) instanto; this instant ecuist-instante; imediate
  • instead adv vice; instead of vice di
  • instep n ped-colo; pedarco
  • instigate vt instigher
  • instinct n instinto
  • institute n (scientific, educational organization) instituto || vt (begin) cominitier; (establish) stabilimentizer; (initiate) initier; (institutionalize) institutioner
  • institution n (establishment, esp. industrial) -erío; educational institution insignerío; (something instituted) institutionatco; the institution of marriage la institutionatco di marito
  • instruct vt instructer; (order) mandationer ad || n instruction instructo; instructions (practical directions) instructo; instruction manual instructi-manualo; instructor instructisto; (university, college) profesoro
  • instrument n instrumento
  • insult vt insulter
  • insure vt (fin) asecurer || n insurance asecurcontrato; asecuro
  • intact adj (undamaged) intacta; (whole) íntegra
  • integer n íntegra numeralo; íntegro
  • integral adj íntegra; integrisca || n (math function) integralo
  • intellect n intelecto || adj intellectual (person) intelectosa; (thing) intelectisca
  • intelligent adj (mentally acute) inteligenta
  • intelligentsia n inteligentio
  • intelligible adj intelectébila
  • intend vt intenter
  • intense adj intensa
  • intention n intento
  • intercept vt intercepter
  • interdict vt interdicter
  • interest vt intereser || n (attention) intereso; (fin.) interesto || adj interesting interesanta
  • interfere vi interferer; (intervene) intervener; (intrude) intruser si; (meddle) mixturer si
  • interior adj interna || n internatco
  • interlude n interludo
  • intermediary adj mediationanta; (existing between) mediata
  • intermittent n intermitanta
  • intermix vt intermixturer
  • intern n alumn-adjutanto
  • internal adj interna
  • international adj internationa
  • internet n Internet; interreto
  • interpret vt interpreter
  • interrogate vt cuestionader; (aggressively, formally) interogher
  • interrupt vt interrumper
  • intersect vt intersecher; (cross) crucejer || n intersection vial-cruço; (set theory) intersectatco
  • interval n intertémporo; at intervals an íntera spatios; intertémpore
  • intervene vi intervener
  • interview vt intervister
  • intestine n intestino
  • intifada n intifada
  • intimate adj íntima
  • intimidate vt timidifer
  • into prep aden
  • intricate adj complexa
  • intrigue vi intrigher
  • introduce vt (bring in) enconducer; (bring someone or something into notice or practice) introducter; I want to introduce you to... mi volitionan introducter ad vi...; (present) presentationer
  • introvert n introversito
  • intrude vi intruser; intrude on intruser si en
  • intuit vt intuiter || n intuition intúito
  • inundate vt inunder
  • invade vt invaser
  • invective n invectivo
  • inveigh vi inveigh against invectiver
  • invent vt inventer || n invention inventatco
  • inventory n inventario || vt inventariejer
  • inverse adj inversa
  • invert vt inversifer || adj inverted inversa
  • invest vt (funds) invester
  • investigate vt (crime) investigher
  • invite vt inviter
  • invoke vt advocher
  • iodine n (chem.: I) iodo
  • Ionia n Ionia; Ioniano; Ionian Sea Ioniisca Maro
  • iota n ioto
  • Iran n Irania; Iranian Iraniano
  • Iraq n Irachia; Iraqi Irachiano
  • Ireland n Irlandia; Irishman Irlandiano
  • iridium n (chem.: Ir) iridio
  • iris n írido
  • iron n (chem.: Fe) fero; (clothes) (thermo)lisiificlo || vt (clothes) (thermo)lisiifer
  • irony n ironío || adj ironic ironiema; ironiífera; ironiisca
  • irrational adj (math) nerationala; (not reasonable) nerationasca
  • irresistible adj neresistébila
  • irrevocable adj nerevochébila
  • irritate vt (make angry) iracifer; vexer; (physically) iriter
  • ischemia n (med.) ischemio
  • Islam n Islamo; Islamist politichisca Islamisto || adj Islamic Islamisca
  • island n ínsulo
  • -ism afx -ismo
  • isolate vt isoler
  • Israel n Israelia; Israeli Israeliano
  • issue n cuestiono; (periodical) número
  • -ist afx -isto
  • it prn li; (circumstances, matter, thing said) lo || pos its luya; (reflexive) sua
  • Italy n Italia; Italian Italiano
  • itch vi pruriter || n prurito
  • item n artículo
  • -ity afx -itio
  • -ive afx -iva
  • ivory n ebóreo; Ivory Coast Ebórea Ripo
  • -ize afx -izer


J

  • jab vt picazer; picher
  • jabber vi garulaçher; (speak jargon) jargoner
  • jabot n jaboto
  • jacaranda n (bot.) jacarando
  • jack n (bootjack) bot-tiriclo; (cards) vasleto; (fish) luciolo; (for lifting) crico; (spit) spito; jack-in-the-box salt-pupo; jack-of-all-trades omni-façanto; jackboot cabalarii-boto
  • jackal n shacalo
  • jackanapes n maleto
  • jackass n asinaçho; (male ass) asiniçho
  • jackdaw n gráculo
  • jacket n (blouson, bomber, anorak, etc.) blusono; (Eton jacket) jacheto; (outdoor coat) mantelo; straitjacket fortii-camisio
  • jackknife n poc-cultelo
  • jackstraws n baston-joco
  • Jacobin adj Jacobina; Jacobin Club clubo di la Jacobinos || n Jacobino; (relig.) Dominicano
  • jade n (horse) cabalaçho; (stone) jado; (woman) mulieraçho || vt (weary) blaser; fatigher || adj jaded blasita; fatighita
  • jagged adj dentosa
  • jaguar n jaguaro
  • jail n cárcero; jailer cárceri-guardisto; jailbait majorenesco; jailbird recidivista carcerano || vt encarcerifer
  • jalap n jalapo
  • jam n (predicament) dificilatco; imbarasatco; (preserve) confectatco; marmelado; jam session improvis-cunveno || vt (a broadcast) interferizer; (cram) compreser; preser; stringer; (obstruct) obstructer; (shove in) enpulser; (stop up) obturer || vi (mechanism) obstructezer; (mus.) improviser
  • Jamaica n Jamaica; Jamaican Jamaicano
  • jamb n cuadri-látero
  • jangle vi clangheter neacordante
  • janissary n jenícero
  • janitor n edificii-atentisto
  • Jansenism n Jansenismo; Jansenist Jansenisto
  • January n Januario
  • Japan n Japonia; Japanese Japoniano
  • jar n (container) jaro; (shock) shoco || vt (shake) sucuser; vibrifer; (shock) shocher || vi (colors, sounds) desacorder; (opinions) desconcorder
  • jargon n jargono; speak jargon jargoner
  • jasmine n jasmino
  • jasper n jáspido
  • jaundice n íctero || adj jaundiced ictéraca
  • jaunt n excursioneto; jaunting car Irlandiana caróceo || adj jaunty alecra
  • javelin n javeloto
  • jaw n (lower) mandíbulo; (upper and lower together) mastichiclo; jawbone (lower) mandíbulo; (upper) maxilo; lockjaw (tetanus) tétano; (trismus) trismo
  • jay n geyo
  • jazz n jazz; and all that jazz et ceteraçho
  • jealous adj (envious) invidiosa; (of one’s own) jelosa || n jealousy jelositio
  • jeans n genso
  • jeep n jeep
  • jeer vt deriser
  • jejune adj (naive) ingenua; (simplistic) simplaçha; (superficial) superficiisca; (uninteresting) insípida; neinteresanta
  • jelly n (spread) geleo; jellyfish meduso
  • jeopardy n perículo || vt jeopardize enpericulifer
  • jeremiad n lament(açh)ado
  • jerk vt (pull) tirer brusche; (shake) sucuser; (shove) pulser brusche; (throw) jacter brusche || n (ignorant person) idioto; (mean, petty person) malaçho; (obnoxious person) idiotaçho; (spasm) spasmo; by jerks sucusope
  • jerkin n gileco
  • jerry-built adj constructaçhita
  • jersey n (garment) pulóvero; (material) jérseo
  • jessamine n jasmino
  • jest vi burler || n burlo
  • Jesuit n Jesuito
  • Jesus n Iesus; Jesus Christ Iesus-Cristo; Jesus freak militanta Cristiano
  • jet n (mineral) gagato; (nozzle) naselo; (of liquid, steam) jeto; (plane) jet-aviono; react-aviono; jet engine reactatoro; jet fighter combat-aviono; jet-combatatoro; jet lag jetlago; jet propulsion jet-propulsiono; reacti-propulsiono; jet set jetseto; jet setter jetsetano || adj jet lagged jetlágaca; habanta jetlago
  • jetsam n forjactatcos (ad la maro)
  • jettison vt forjacter (ad la maro, et ál.)
  • jetty n (mole) molono; (wharf) warfo
  • Jew n (gen.) Judeo; (ethnic) Judaido; (relig.) Judaisto
  • jewel n joyelo; jewel box joyeluyo; jewel case CDuyo; jeweler joyelisto || adj jeweled joyelizita
  • jibe vi (agree) acorder
  • jig n (dance, tune) gigo
  • jigger n (flea) çhico
  • jilt vt abandoner
  • jimson weed n stramonio
  • jingle vi clangheter || n (slogan, song) jinglo
  • jingo n jingoísto; jingoism jingoísmo; jingoist jingoísto
  • jinn n jino
  • job n (employment) empleatitio; laboro; (task) tasco; jobber (stock jobber) agiotisto; (subcontractor) subcontractario; (worker by job) taschi-laboristo; jobbery (cheating) comerciaçho; fraudo
  • jockey n jócheo
  • jocular adj (humorous) burlema
  • jocund adj alecra
  • jog vi (run slowly as exercise) jogher; (trot slowly) troter lente; (walk unsteadily) camineter; jog along caminer (lente) || vt (push) puls(et)er; (shake) sucus(et)er; jog someone’s memory rifreschifer la mémoro di álicu || n jog trot lenta troto
  • join vt (be in contact) juxteeser ad; tocher; (catch up) cur-atinger; (immaterial sense) unioner; (physically) junter || n joiner lignagisto
  • joint n juntatco; (anat.) articulaturo; (hinge) cárdino; (marijuana cigarette) jointo; (place) -ayo; loco; (shady place) locuçho; put out of joint dislocher; luxationer; universal joint cardano; ball and socket joint bul-articulaturo; universal joint universala juntatco || vt articulaturizer || adj (co-) co-; joint author coauthoro; joint tenant colocationatario; coocupanto; (shared) comuna; joint stock comuna actionos; joint stock company action-corporationo; jointed (anat.) articulaturífera; (joined) juntita || adv jointly cune; solidarie; unionite
  • joist n trabo
  • joke vi burler || n burlo; coarse joke laciva burlo; malgusta burlo; practical joke burl-ingano
  • jollification n festado
  • jolly adj alecra; joyema; joyosa; jolly boat jolo || n jollity alecritio; joyo
  • jolt vt (shake) sucuser
  • jonquil n (bot.) juncuilo
  • Jordan n Jordania; Jordanian Jordaniano
  • josh vt burl-inganer || vi burler
  • jostle vt shoc-pulser; (one another) interpulser; (shake, jerk) sucuser; (with elbow) cúbit-pulser
  • jot n petieto || vt I don’t care a jot lo tote ne importan ad mi; jot down noter; there’s not a jot of truth in it ci ne es etiam petieto de veritio en lo
  • journal n (diary) diario; (newspaper) jurnalo; journalese jurnalenso; journalism jurnalistío; journalist jurnalisto || adj journalistic jurnalistisca
  • journey n viajo; begin a journey viagecer; life journey viv-viajo || vi viager
  • joust vi joster
  • jovial adj alecra; bonhumora; joyema; joyosa || n joviality joyemo
  • jowl n genalo
  • joy n joyo; fill with joy joyifer || adj joyful joyosa; joyous joyosa
  • jube n (arch.) jubeo
  • jubilate vi (archaic) joyazer; jubiler || adj jubilant joyazanta; jubilanta; (triumphant) triumfanta
  • jubilee n jubileo
  • Judaism n Judaismo || adj Judaic Judaidisca; Judaismisca
  • Judea n Judaia; Judean Judaiano
  • judge vt judicher; (arbitrate) arbitrer || n judicanto; (arbitrator) arbitranto; (judicial) júdiço; judge advocate militarisca avocato; judgment júdico; (faculty) júdic-poto; judichivitio; (good judgment) bona rationo; (verdict) verdicto; bring judgment aganst proceser; Judgment Day dio di la Finisca Júdico; rash judgment temeraria júdico
  • judicature n judicío; (judiciary) judiçado
  • judicial adj judiciisca
  • judiciary n judiçado
  • judicious adj bone judicanta; dicernema; prudenta; sagaça
  • judo n judó; judoist judoisto
  • jug n úrceo
  • juggle vt joculer
  • jugular adj jugulara
  • juice n suco || adj juicy sucosa
  • jujube n jujubo
  • jukebox n disc-máchino
  • julep n julepo
  • July n Julio
  • jumble vt mixturer confusante || n confusatco; confusita mixturatco; desordinatco
  • jump vi salter; jump across transsalter || n salto
  • junction n (joining) juntatco; juntayo; (RR) fervialisca nodo; nod-stationo
  • juncture n (conjuncture) conjunturo
  • June n Junio
  • jungle n junglo
  • junior adj (after name) filio; George Bush, Jr. George Bush la filio; (in rank) inferiora; (younger) plu júvena
  • juniper n junípero
  • junk n (boat) jonco; (refuse) versuro; (thing of little value) cosaçho || adj junk food versura mangedo; junk mail nedisiderata léteros; postal-versuro; spamo
  • junket n pagata viajo; (dessert) juncato
  • Jupiter n (myth.) Iúppiter; (planet) Jove
  • Jurassic adj Jurasisca; Jurassic period Juraso
  • juridical adj judichisca; legisca; yurisca
  • jurisconsult n yuristo
  • jurisdiction n jurisdictiono
  • jurisprudent adj jurisprudenta || n jurisprudence jurisprudentío
  • jurist n yuristo
  • juror n juriano
  • jury n jurio
  • just adj (equitable, rightful) yusta; (right, correct) justa; justifiable justifichébila; yusta || adv (absolutely) absolute; tote; just right tote justa; they are just alike los es tote símila; (barely) apene; just a moment ago ante pauco; jus; (exactly) exacte; precise; just as metípsime cam; just as much ecuale; just at present actuale; presente; just at the same time ecuil-instante; en la metípsima instanto; just in time an la justa témporo; just so precisa; just then ecuil-instante; they have just the same opinion los haban precise la metípsima opino; (just now) jus; they just left los jus departurin; (next to, immediately) nemediate; just beyond the tree nemediate preter la árboro; (only) mere; excepting just one eccepte je mere una; justly (precisely) precise; (rightly) juste; (with justice) yuste || n justification (vindication) justifico || vt justify (text) justifer; (vindicate) justificher
  • justice n (a judge) júdiço; (correctness) justitio; (fairness) yustitio; do justice to yuste tracter; to bring someone to justice venifer álicu abante tribunalo; venifer álicu ad yustitio
  • jut vi salier
  • Jute n juto; Yuto
  • Jutland n Yutia
  • juvenile adj (childish) infantesca; (pertaining to young people) juvenisca || n (young person) júveno
  • juxtapose vt juxteponer || n juxtaposition juxtepono


K

  • Kabbalah n Cábala
  • kaftan n caftano
  • kaleidoscope n caleidoscopio
  • kalends n calendos
  • kalpak n calpaco
  • kangaroo n canguro
  • kaolin n caolino
  • karate n caraté
  • karma n carmo
  • Kartvelia n Cartvelia; Kartvelian Cartvelo
  • Kashmir n Cashmiria
  • katachresis n catacreso
  • kayak n cayaco
  • kedge vt haler || n hal-ancoreto
  • keel n chilio; on an even keel ecuilibrianta; stábila || vt keelhaul chilii-trahiner || vi keel over volvichezer
  • keelson n superchilio
  • keen adj (enthusiastic) ardorosa; enthusiasmosa; (sharp, penetrating: blade, pain, etc.) acuta; (sharp, penetrating: mind) penetranta; sagaça; (sharp, penetrating: wind) forta; penetranta
  • keep vt (a house) guberner; (boarders) logizer; recepter; (care for) atenter; (detain) ritener; what kept you? cuo ritenin (aut tardifin) vi?; (fulfill a promise, duty) satisfacer; (guard) guarder; (have) keep a servant haber on servisto; (hold in a place) tener; he keeps them in poverty ili tenan los en pauperitio; (in good condition) conserver; (lodging) logizer; (maintain) mantiner; (obey) obeder; (observe, celebrate) celebrer; fester; (preserve) conserver; mantiner; (prevent) preventer; (records) atenter; (restrain) restricter; ritener; (retain) haber; poseser; ritener; (support) mantiner; he keeps me in new software ili dationan ad mi nova softwaro; (sustain) sustiner; (take care of) atenter; (withhold) detener; keep away fortener; keep back detener; keep company with acompanier; (court) cortejer; keep down moderer; restricter; ritener; (prices) mantiner basa pretios; keep from danger protecter contre perículo; keep it up! tale continuationes!; keep one’s place conserver sua placio; keep one’s word executer (aut satisfacer) sua promiso; keep order mantiner bona órdino; ordiner; keep someone from something desconsilier álico ad álicu; deturner álicu de álico; impeder álicu facer álico; keep up mantiner || vi (continue action) continuationer ... -er; he kept walking ili continuationin caminer; (repeat action) sempre; I keep forgetting to pay the gas bill mi sempre oblitan pagher la facturo di la gaso; (save, conserve) conservezer; (stay, remain) rester; keep calm and carry on restes calma et durationifes adabántee; keep at persister en; keep away forrester; keep hard at it laborader; laborer sine cesationo; keep in touch with (stay informed about) rester informita sopre; keep left rester sinistre; keep serious rester seriosa; keep silent tacer; keep up with (stay informed about) rester informita sopre; keep up with the Joneses ne facer men bone cam la vicino; to keep to a room rester en cambro; to keep to the road secuer la vialo || n (livelihood, food) sustino; earn one’s keep ganier sua sustino; (stronghold) turazo; for keeps por sempre; in keeping with conforme ad; keeper (guardian) guardisto; (person or thing worth keeping) ritenando; keepsake memorificlo; upkeep mantino
  • keg n barileto
  • kelp n chelpo
  • kennel n (doghouse) canin-dometo; (for boarding) canin-pensionalo
  • Kenya n Chenia; Kenyan Cheniano
  • kepi n chepo
  • keratin n cheratino
  • kerchief n (for head) cápit-tuco; (for neck) col-tuco; (for shoulder) humeral-tuco; (handkerchief) nas-tuco; poc-tuco
  • kermes n (dye) chermesatco; (zool.: Kermes) chermeso
  • kernel n (inner part of a nut or fruit stone) núcleo; (of wheat or corn) grano
  • kerosene n cheroseno
  • kerseymere n cashmiro
  • kettle n bulition-aulo; (large) calderono; kettledrum tímpano; teakettle te-úrceo
  • key n (for a lock; fig.) clavo; (of a piano, computer) tasto; key ring clav-anelo; keyboard tastado; keyhole seratur-buco; keynote (central theme) fundamentisca ideo; (mus.) tonisca noto; (speech) áper-discurso; keystone clud-petro || adj keyless sine clavo
  • khaki adj cachia
  • khan n chano
  • Khazakhstan n Cazachia; Khazakh Cazaco
  • kick vt ped-colper || vi (with hind legs) calcitrer; (balk) calcitrer; (of a gun) reculer; retrosalter || n (excitement, thrills) eccitationo; (of drink) fortitio; kickback (payment) reimbursuçho; (recoil) reculo
  • kickshaw n bagatelo; frivolatco
  • kid n (fig.) bebo; infanto; puero; (young goat) caprolo || vt kidnap rapter; kidnapper raptinto || adj kid gloves caprola guantos
  • kidney n reno; kidney bean rúbea faselo
  • kill vt (cause to die) mortifer; (murder) asasiner; (violently) occiser
  • kiln n furno
  • kilogram n chilogramo
  • kiloliter n chilolitro
  • kilometer n chilómetro
  • kilt n chilto
  • kimono n chimono
  • kin n parento; next of kin la plu próxima parento; kinsfolk parentado; kinship parentitio; kinsman parento
  • kind adj bonitatosa; (affable) afábila; (benign) benigna; (complaisant) complaçanta; (good) bona; (indulgent) induljanta; kindly afábila; benigna; bon-cordiífera; bonitatosa; would you be so kind as to bon-volitiones; escue vi habebun la gentilitio di; kind-hearted bon-cordiífera || n (genre) género; (sort) specio; kindliness benignitio; bon-facemo; bon-volitiono; bonitato; bonitio; kindness bon-faço; bonitat(atc)o
  • kindle vt accender
  • kindred adj parenta || n parentado
  • kinesthesia n cinéstheso
  • king n rejo; kingdom regio; (bio.) regnio; kingship regitio; kingcup (bot.: Caltha palustris) palud-caltho; kingfisher (zool.) altiono || adj kingly regisca
  • kink vt torcer; (hair) buculifer || vi (hair) buculefer || n torçatco; (hair) búculo
  • kiosk n chiosco
  • kippa n chipó
  • kipper vt fumizer || n fumizita haringo; (male salmon) salmoniçho
  • Kiribati n Chiribatia; Kiribatian Chiribatiano
  • kirk n eclesi(ay)o
  • kirsch n chirsho
  • kirschwasser n kirsho
  • kismet n (force predetermining events) fato; (premeditated destiny) destino
  • kiss vt basier || n basio
  • kit n (equipment) ecuipatco; (set, as of parts) completo; kitbag soldat-saco; viaj-saco
  • kitchen n cocinayo; kitchenette cocinayeto
  • kite n draco; (zool.) milvo
  • kitten n catolo || adj kittenish catolesca; (flirtatious) flirtema; (playful) jochema; vivaça
  • kleptomania n cleptomanío
  • klutz n nehábilo; klutzy nehábila
  • knack n (skill, talent) habilitio; talento; (tendency) tendentio
  • knacker n (horse butcher) cabal-mactisto
  • knapsack n dorsi-saco
  • knave n pícaro; (in cards) vasleto; knavery (act) picaratco; (state) picaritio || adj knavish pícara
  • knead vt impaster || adj kneading trough impastuyo
  • knee n genúculo; on bended knee surgenuculecinta; kneecap patelo
  • kneel vi surgenuculecer
  • knell n sonifo je la morti-campanelo
  • knick-knack n bagatelo; ornivaçho
  • knickerbockers n braco
  • knife n cultelo; (any cutting instrument) sechiclo; paper knife paper-cultelo
  • knight n cabalario; (chess) cabalo; knighthood cabalariitio; (collective) cabalariado || adj knightly cabalariesca; cabalariisca
  • knit vt tricoter; (join) cunjunter; unioner; knit the brows contractioner sua supercilios; (frown) froncer sua supercilios || n knitting tricotado; tricotatco; knitting machine tricotatoro; knitting needle tricot-aco; tricoticlo
  • knob n botono; (control) turn-botono; (protuberance) convexatco; túbero
  • knock vt (hit) colper; (to produce a sound) fraper; knock down abatimenter; knock out (sport) nocauter || vi knock up against shocher || n knocker (on a door) frapiclo; knockers (breasts) tetos || adj knock-kneed curv-gambífera
  • knoll n colineto || vi (archaic: knell) soner; sonifer (campanelo)
  • knot n (string, etc.) nodo; Gordian knot Gordiisca nodo; produce knots nodefer; tie a knot in nodifer; (difficulty) imbarasanta stando; (in wood) túbero; (naut.) nodo; (tightly packed group) grupo; (tuft) tufo || adj knotty (difficult) difícila; (of cords) nodosa; (of wood) tuberosa
  • knout n nuto
  • know vt (be conscious of) concier; (by acquaintance, by sense perception) cognocer; I know him mi cognoçan ili; I know of no one who... mi cognoçan nulu cua...; I know that poem mi conoçan ecuila poetatco; know by name cognocer álicu per luya nómino; cognocer la nómino; know by sight cognocer álicu per vido; (by learning) saper; God knows Deo sapan; I don’t know mi ne sapan; I know that poem mi sapan ecuila poetatco; know a language saper linguajo; know a lesson saper lectiono; know by heart saper mémore; (recognize) ricognocer; (understand through the intellect) intelecter; (understand through the senses) comprenser; let me know informes mi; to make something known to someone (acquaint with) ficer álicu cognocer álico; (give information about) informer álicu sopre álico || n knowledge sapo; (acquaintance) cognoço; (what is known) sapedo; to my knowledge secuno mea cognoço (sopre álicu); secuno mea sapo (sopre afaro); without the knowledge of his father sine la sapo di sua patro || adj knowing inteligenta; (clever) hábila; (cunning) astuta; known cognoçata; make known ficer cognoçata; publiciter || adv knowingly concie; cun cognoço
  • knuckle n (of finger) dígit-articulaturo; (of meat) gareto; (tech.) juntatco || vi knuckle under cesioner; submiser
  • koala n (zool.) coalo
  • kobold n coboldo
  • kokum n (bot.) garcinio; kokum butter (Goa butter) garcinii-óleo
  • kola-nut n cola-nuço
  • kopje n colineto
  • Koran n Corano
  • krav maga n cravmagá
  • Kremlin n Cremlino
  • krypton n (chem.: Kr) criptono
  • Kuwait n Cuvaito
  • Kyrgyzstan n Chirghizia; Kyrgyzstani Chirghiziano


L

  • label n esticueto
  • laboratory n laboratorio
  • labr n laboro; (of childbirth) partureço
  • lace n dentelo; lacio
  • lack vt ne haber || adj to be lacking mancher
  • laconic adj lacónica
  • lacquer n lacalo
  • lad n juveniçho; pueriçho; lad’s love (bot.: Artemisia abrotanum) abrótano
  • ladder n manu-scalario
  • ladle n coclearazo
  • lady n (in character) gentil(is)o; (knightly honorific) dómin(is)o; (of good social position) senior(is)o; (of the nobility) dómino, dominiso; ladies’ man amoristiçho
  • lagoon n laguno
  • lake n laco
  • lama n (relig.) lama
  • lamb n agnelo; ovinolo
  • lame adj claudicanta
  • lament vi lamenter
  • lamina n lámino || vt laminate laminifer; laminizer
  • lamp n lámpado; (light fixture) lampadiero; luminiero
  • lance n lánceo; lancer lanceígero; lance-bearer lanceígero
  • land n tero; (arable) agro; (country) paeso; landscape paesatco; landlord proprietanto || vt surterifer || vi surterecer; (on the beach) aborder (la plagio) || adj landlocked circumdita da tero; sine acceso ad maro
  • lane n stradeto; (division of road) carilo
  • language n linguajo; (style of expression) parli-manario; parli-stilo
  • lantern n lanterno; (in lighthouse) lanternazo
  • lanthanum n (chem.: La) lanthano
  • lanugo n lanúgino
  • Laos n Laotia; Laotian Laotiano
  • Laozi n Laocí; Laocio
  • lap n (of a sitting person) gremio; laptop portationébila computatoro || vt (drink) lamber
  • laparoscope n laparoscopio; laparoscopy laparoscopiijo
  • lapis lazuli n lapislázulo
  • Lapp n Lapono; Samiano; Lapland Laponia; Samia
  • larch n láriço
  • lard n lardo
  • large adj granda; larger-than-life exuberanta; plu granda cam lo naturasca || adv at large líbera; largely en granda parto; grand-parte; multe
  • lark n alaudo
  • lascivious adj (inciting lust) laciva || adv (lustful) libidinosa
  • lasso n laso
  • last adj (time and space) última; during the last few months dum la última mensos; (past) pasinta; last week pasinta septimano; (yesterday) last night here nocte; at last fine; post on longa témporo; last-minute di la última horo || vi (continue; endure) durationer
  • late adj (advanced, as of disease) valde abantiinta; (behindhand) post-témpora; tarda; (toward the end) afinala; circumfina; at the latest maxim tarde; to be late tardeser || adv lately recente
  • later adj (belated) plu tarda; (in space) détrea; (in time) posta; (subsequent) secuanta; succesionanta || adv later on poste || inter later! usche la rivido!
  • latex n látiço
  • Latin n (language) Latinenso; (person) (Roman) Latino; (Spaniard) Hispano; (Spanish-speaking) Hispanensano
  • latitude n latitúdino
  • latte n láte-cafeo; latte macchiato machiato
  • Latvia n Latvia; Latvian Latviano
  • laugh vi rider || n laughter rido
  • launch vt lancer || n (naut.) lançho; (naut., hist.) lançho
  • laundry n (clothes) (vesta) lavendo; (room) vesti-lavayo
  • laurel n lauro
  • lava n lávico
  • lavender n (bot) lavándulo
  • law n lejo; lawsuit proceso || afx -in-law afina
  • lawful adj lejasca
  • lawn n céspito
  • lawrencium n (chem.: Lr) laurencio
  • lax adj sine diciplino
  • lay vt (a bet) parier; (a cloth) poner; (a tax) imposter; (a trap) poner; preparer; (beat down, fell) abatimenter; (calm) calmifer; (deposit) depositer; (eggs) depositer (ovos); ovefer; (make lie down) jacifer; (put) deponer; jacifer; (set in order, arrange) aranger; lay about circum-colper; colper ye omna látero; lay apart poner aparte; lay away forponer; lay bare descoperter; exposer; nudifer; lay down (arms) deponer (la armos); (define, state) explicher; poner cuomo principio; precisifer; (give up) cesioner; consigner; forlacer; renuntier; (make lie down) jacifer; (one’s life) dationer (sua vivo por); (put down) deponer; lay hands on (acquire) acuisiter; (attack) atempter; violentier; lay hold of prender; sacer; lay in (store) amasifer; proviser; lay on (apply) surponer; (daub) unger; (impute blame, etc.) imputer; (strike) colpazer; lay out (arrange) aranger; (money) expenser; (outline) tractier; lay over (cover) coperter; incruster; (spread) extenser; lay siege to asedier; lay up (a ship) desarmizer; desecuiper; (amass) amasifer; (confine to bed) prostrationifer en lecto; lay waste despolier; devastationer || n layman laico || adj (not ordained) laica
  • layer n strato; (in painting) unjatco; (lamina) lámino; (row) filaro; líneo; serio
  • lazy adj pigra || n laziness pigritio
  • lead vt (conduct, bring along) conducter; (direct) directioner; (go before) abante-vader; (guide) guider; (lead off, begin) cominitier; (transmit by tubes, wires, etc.) conductioner; lead a blindman guider ceco; lead a dissolute life debauçher; lead an army directioner armato; lead astray erorifer; misconducer; lead back retroconducer; lead by the hand conducter an la manuo; lead gas conductioner gaso (per túbulo); lead in enconducer; lead one’s troops marçher abante sua trupos; lead the life of a hermit viver cuale eremito; lead through traconducer; to lead to believe ficer creder; to lead to reflect ficer reflecter; to lead to sin inciter ad peco; instigher álicu pecher; to sex leads to dancing coiter tendentier ad dancer || n (chem.: Pb) plumbo; leader (at beginning of tape, etc.) abante-ribando; (one who leads by persuasion) lidero; (one who leads by position) çhefo
  • leaf n folio || vt leaf through foliejer
  • league n societo
  • leak vt (container) lecher || vi (fluid) lechezer
  • lean vt incliner; (for support) apodier || vi lean on apodier si an || adj macra
  • leap vi salter || n leap year bisextila anuo
  • learn vt (by study) aprenser; (become informed) sapecer; to learn by heart par-aprenser || n learner studanto
  • least adj mínima || adv minim(e); at least admínime
  • leather n corio
  • leave vt departurer de; (exit) exiter de; (leave, permit) lacer; leave me alone! laces mi sola!; give leave congeder
  • Lebanon n Libania; Lebanese Libaniano
  • lectern n lectro
  • lecture vt discurser (sopre); lectioner; (reprimand) reprimender
  • leech n sanguisugo
  • lees n feço
  • left adj sinistra; at/on the left sinistre
  • leg n (entire limb) gambo; (shank) cruro; leggings calceonazo || adj long-legged gambuda
  • legal adj lejasca
  • legate n legato
  • legatee n hereditanto
  • legend n legendo
  • legible adj lecturébila
  • legitimate adj legítima
  • legume n legúmino
  • lemon n limono
  • lend vt imprester
  • length n longhitio
  • lens n (eye) cristalino; (opt) lentilo; (phot) objectisco
  • lentil n lentículo
  • leprosy n lepro; leper lépraco
  • lèse-majesté n lesiono je majestato
  • Lesotho n Lesotho; Lesothan Lesothano
  • less adv men; less and less sempre men
  • lesson n lectiono
  • let vt (imperative) -es; let them eat cake! los manges brioçho!; (leave, permit) lacer; let it be laces li ube li es
  • letter n (correspondence) létero; (of alphabet) lítero; letter scale léter-bilancio; letterbox léteruyo
  • lettuce n lactuco
  • level adj plana || n nivelo; (tool) niveliziclo
  • lever n (crowbar) levstango
  • lexicon n léxico
  • liable adj (for debts, etc.) responsanta
  • liana n liano
  • libel n libelo
  • liberal adj (ample) ampla; (arts, education, principles) liberala; liberal arts liberala artos
  • Liberia n Liberia; Liberian Liberiano
  • libido n libídino || adj libidinal libidinisca; libidinous libidinosa
  • library n bibliotheco
  • Libya n Libia; Libyan Libiano
  • license n licentio; driver’s license conduci-licentio; license plate licentii-placo || vt licentiizer
  • lick vt licher
  • lid n copérculo; coperticlo
  • lie vi jacer; (tell a falsehood) mendacier; lie down jacecer; lie in wait imboschezer || n mendacio
  • Liechtenstein n Lichtenstenia; Liechtensteiner Lichtensteniano
  • lieutenant n leutenanto
  • life n vivo; high life alta mundumo; life jacket salv-gileto; lifebelt salv-cinto; lifeboat salv-barco; lifebuoy salvi-boyo; lifeline salv-cordo; lifestyle vivi-stilo; lifetime vivo; lifetime annuity dum-viva réndito; lifework dumviva laboro; nightlife noctisca mundumo || adj life-size natur-granda
  • lift vt lever
  • liftback n (auto.) liftbaco
  • light n lúmino; lighter accendiclo; lighthouse faro || vt accender; lighten legerifer || adj (color) clara; light blue eyes clar-blava óculos; (gentle) lena; (weight) legera; light air (Beaufort level 1) ventuleto
  • lightning n fúlmino
  • like prep (as) cuale; he acts like an ass ili actan cuale ásino; like father, like son cuala la patro, tala la filiiçho; (similar to) símila ad; he is like a machine ili es símila ad máchino || n the like(s) símilo(s) || vt (find agreeable, enjoyable, or satisfactory) placer ad álicu; I like to watch ad mi plaçan specter || adj (equal) ecuala; ecuivalanta; metípsima; (similar) símila; children of like ability pueros di símila capabilitio; like-minded opinanta metípsime
  • lily n lilio
  • limb n membro
  • lime n calço; (fruit) limo; lime tree limífero; (linden) tilio
  • limit n límito || vt limitizer || adj limited restrictata
  • limnology n limnologhío; limnologist limnólogo
  • limousine n limusino
  • limpid adj límpida
  • lindworm n lindwormo
  • line n líneo; (fishing) pischi-filo; (queue) codo; lining (of garment) fódero
  • linen n linatco
  • linguist n (person skilled in foreign languages) linguagisto; (person who studies linguistics) linguistichisto; linguistics linguístico
  • link n lighiclo; (of a chain) caten-anelo
  • linoleum n linóleo
  • lint n linamento
  • lion n leono
  • lip n labio; lip balm bálsam-bastoneto; labii-bálsamo; lipstick labii-fard(izicl)o; labii-pastelo
  • liqueur n licuoro
  • liquid n lícuido || vt liquidate (fin.) licuidifer; liquify licuidifer || adj (phys., fin.) lícuida
  • lisp vi bleser; zezeyer
  • list n listo || vt enlistifer; listijer
  • listen vt ausculter; listen here! auscultes!
  • listless adj ápatha
  • litchi n (fruit) liçhio
  • liter n litro
  • literature n literaturo
  • lithium n (chem.: Li) lithio
  • Lithuania n Lithuania; Lithuanian Lithuaniano
  • little adj (few) pauca; (small) parva || adv pauche || n a little pauco
  • liturgy n liturgío
  • live vi resider; viver; (in permanent residence) habiter || adj lively vivaça
  • liver n fígato; hépato
  • livermorium n (chem.: Lv) livermorio
  • lizard n lacerto
  • load n carico || vt (cargo, bullets, film, et al.) carichifer; (put a load on something/someone) carichizer; download detransferer; unload descarichizer; upload adtransferer
  • lobby n vestíbulo; (pressure group) lobio; lobbyist lobiano || vi lobiejer
  • lobe n lobo
  • lobster n hómaro; (spiny) langusto
  • locate vt situizer
  • lock n seraturo; (canal) exclusario || vt seraturijer
  • locl adj lochisca
  • locomotive n locomotivo || adj locomotionisca
  • locust n locusto
  • lodge vi logejer || vt logizer || n lodger lojano; lodging lojo
  • log n busco; logwood (bot.: Haematoxylum campechianum) campeçho || vi log on logoner; log out deslogoner
  • logic n lógico || adj logical (characterized by logic) logicosa; (in accordance with logic) logicasca; (pertaining to logic) logicisca
  • logo n logo
  • loins n lumbo
  • LOL n LOL; lolcat lolcato; lolspeak lolenso
  • Lombard n Longobardo
  • lonely adj solaçha
  • long adj longa; for a long time dum longa témporo; longhe; long johns longa subvesto || n longboat lançho
  • longitude n longitúdino
  • look vt look at reguarder; look up to respecter || n reguardo
  • loose adj laxa
  • loot vt sacheger
  • lopsided adj desecuilibrianta; nesimetra
  • lord n dómino; lord and master dómino et patrono
  • lose vt perder
  • loss n perd(it)o
  • lost adj perdita; to be lost (perish) periser
  • lot n (plot) teren-petio; (share) portiono; a lot multo; a lot of multo de; cast lots loterier; the lot la toto || adv a lot multe
  • lotion n lotiono
  • lottery n loterío
  • lotus n loto
  • loud adj lauta || adv loudly laute
  • lounge vi (stand about, loll, sit idle) otier || n (cocktail lounge) coctelayo; cóctelsalono; (room) salono
  • louse n pedículo
  • lovage n (bot.) levístico
  • love vt (feel deep affection for) amer; she loved her father, but did not like him eli amin sua patro, mas ili ne placin ad eli; (feel deep enthusiasm for, take great pleasure from) she loves to drive ad eli multe plaçan conducer; (feel deep romantic or sexual attachment for) amorer; I love you, but I'm not "in love" with you mi aman vi, mas mi ne amoran vi || n amo; amoro; fall in love amorecer; for the love of God pro amo je Deo; to be in love with amorer; to make love (have sex with) facer amoro; (dated: woo) cortejer; lover amanto || adj lovable amanda
  • low adj (just above a surface) supereta; (price) basa; (short) basa; lowermost infra || n lowland basa regiono || vt lower abaser; (prices) basifer; diminutioner
  • loyal adj leala
  • lubricate vt lubrificher
  • luck n sorto; as luck would have it sorto volitionan che; good luck! bona sorto!; fortuno! || adj lucky feliça; fortunígera; fortunosa
  • luggage n bagajo
  • luminaire n lampadiero; luminiero
  • lump n (bump) túbero; (compact mass) maseto; (swelling) tumatco
  • lunch n prandio
  • lung n pulmono
  • lure vt lurer; seducter
  • lush adj luxurianta
  • lust n libídino || adj lustful libidinosa
  • lute n leuto; (clayish cement) luto
  • lutetium n (chem.: Lu) lutetio
  • Luxembourg n Luxemburghia; Luxembourger Luxemburghiano
  • luxury n luxo; luxury item luxatco
  • lycanthrope n licánthropo
  • lymph n limfo
  • lynx n linço
  • lyre n liro


M

  • macabre adj macabra
  • mace n matio
  • Macedonia n Macedonia; Macedonian Macedoniano
  • machinate vi machinationer
  • machine n máchino
  • mackerel n scombro
  • macramé n macrameo
  • mad adj (crazy) fola
  • Madagascar n Madagascaria; Malagasy Madagascariano
  • mafia n mafia; mafioso mafiano; mafioso
  • magazine n magazino; revisto
  • mage n mago
  • magic n maghío || vt incanter || adj (enchanted) incantita; (having magical power) maga; (pertaining to the art) maghisca
  • magnesia n magneso
  • magnesium n (chem.: Mg) magnesio
  • magnet n magneto; magnetism magnetismo; magnetitio || vt magnetize magnetifer || adj magnetic magneta
  • magnificent adj grandiosa
  • magus n mago
  • mail n (system, service) postalo; email electronichisca postalo; email address electronichisca adirectio; incoming mail envenanta léteros; junk mail nedesiderata léteros; postal-versuro; spamo; mail man léter-portationisto; postalisto; outgoing mail expedata léteros; sent mail expedita léteros; chain mail malio; mailbox leteruyo || vt expeder postale; postalijer
  • main adj çhefa
  • maintain vt mantiner
  • majesty n majestato || adj majestic majestatosa
  • major adj (mus., log.) majora || n (mil) mayoro; majority majoritato; plu-multo
  • Majorca n Majórica
  • make vt (perform an act) facer; (produce) -efer; facer; made in China fabrichita en Çhinia; facita en Çhinia; (calculate) calculer; (cause to do or be) ficer; -ifer; (compel) coacter; obligher; (destine) a face made for radio on facio destinita por radiofonío; (equal) ecualeser ad; eser; (money) acuisiter; amasifer; ganier; (prepare) ordiner; preparer; (provide) proviser; (reach) atinger; (render) ficer; to make away with (kill) mortifer; occiser; to make choice of selecter; to make do with(out) contentifer si cun (sine); to make good (accusation) prober; (claim) justificher; (damage) pagher; reparer; (loss) compenser; (promise) completioner; to make haste haster; to make into (render) -(atch)ifer; to make it (succeed) succeser; (survive) postviver; to make it to (reach) atinger; to make of (deduce from) deducter de; to make or break deciser la sorto di; succesifer aut falifer; to make out (assert) aserter; implicer; (decipher) descifrationer; (draw up) facer; scriber; (figure out) divinationer; (fill out) completifer; plenifer; (perceive) percepter; (pretend) finger; (understand) comprenser; to make over (apply cosmetics) fardizer; (transfer) cesioner; transferer; to make up (accounts) facer bilanciatco di; (arrange) aranger; (clothes) factioner; (complete) completifer; (compose) composer; (comprise) consistifer; constituter; (cosmetics) fardizer; (costume) costumizer; (fabricate) fabricher; fictioner; inventer; (invent) creer; inventer; (one’s mind) deciser; (prepare) preparer; (printing) paginifer; (put in order) ordiner; (put together) cunponer; (redo) completifer; rifacer; (shape) formizer; (win back) riganier; make-believe (that) imagination-jocher (che); imaginationer (che) || vi (act) make free with acter, user sine ceremonio; make like a tree and scram! actes cuale on árboro et forcures!; (act as if) acter cuale se; (pretend) jocher che; to make away with (carry off) forportationer; (pilfer) forfurter; to make for (aim at) mirationer; (attack) atachecer; (direct one’s steps) directioner si ad; vader ad; (tend to) favorer; tendentier ad; to make good (be successful) succeser; to make merry amuzezer; fester; to make off (flee) forcurer; fuger; to make off with (carry off) forportationer; (pilfer) forfurter; to make out (fare) stander; (grope one another amorously) cuncarecier; (progress) progreser; (succeed) successer; to make up (be reconciled) riamichecer; riconcilier si; ripacecer; to make up for (compensate) compenser || n (kind) specio; (style) stilo; (trademark) fábric-marco; maker creanto; creedoro; creinto; fabricanto; fabrichedoro; façanto; facedoro; make-believe imagination-jocado; imaginationo; play make-believe imagination-jocher; make-up (completion) completifo; (consistency) consisto; (cosmetics) fardo; (costume) constumo; (reconciliation) riamicheço; riconciliezo; ripaceço; makeup fardo || adj make-believe (imagination-)jochisca; imaginationata; imaginationisca; makeshift improvisita
  • malaria n malario
  • Malawi n Malavia; Malawian Malaviano
  • Malaysia n Malaysia; Malay Malayano; Malaya (Malaysia's former name) Malaya; Malaysian Malaysiano
  • Maldives n Maldivia; Maldivian Maldiviano
  • male adj máscula; male goat capriçho; male stripper striptizistiçho || n másculo
  • Mali n Malía; Malian Maliano
  • malice n mal-volitiono || adj malicious mal-volitionanta; mal-volitionema
  • malign adj funesta
  • malignant adj (esp. med.) maligna
  • mall n comerciisca centro
  • mallet n maleeto
  • mallow n (bot.: Malva) malvo
  • Malta n Malta; Maltese Maltano
  • mammal n mamífero
  • man n hómino; humaniçho; (island) Monapia; Manxman Monapiano || afx -man -iero
  • manage vt (direct, control) directioner; (for an owner) gerer; (look after the affairs of person, business, organization) administrationer || vi succeser || n manager administrationisto; (director) directionisto; (for an owner) geranto
  • Mandarin n (language) mandarinenso; (person) mandarino
  • mandate vt mandato
  • mandible n mandíbulo
  • mane n crinado
  • maneuver vt manovrer
  • manganese n (chem.: Mn) manganeso
  • mange n scabio
  • mania n manío
  • manicure n manicuro || vt manicurer
  • manifest vt manifester || n manifesto pública declarationo
  • manner n manario; all manner of omna specios di || cor in that manner tale
  • mannikin n manechino
  • manticore n (myth.) manticoro
  • mantle n manto
  • manual adj (by hand) manisca || n (handbook) manualo
  • manufacture vt fabricher
  • manuscript n manuscripto
  • many adj multa; how many times? cuanta veços?; many colored colorosa; many more multa álteros; many people multa personos; so many people tante multa personos; too many nim multa || prn multos; how many died? cuantos mortin?; many a time frecuente; mult-vece; many among them multos inter (aut de, ec) los; many of us multos de nos
  • map n mapo
  • maple n ácero
  • mar vt (corrupt) corupter; (disfigure) guaster; (disorder) desordiner; (spoil, ruin) damner; (throw into disharmony) desconcordifer
  • marabou n marabuto
  • marathon n marathono
  • marble n mármoro
  • march n marçho; March (month) Martio || vi marçher
  • margarine n margarino
  • margin n márgino
  • marigold n (calendula) caléndulo; (caltha) caltho; (tagetes) tageto
  • marijuana n marihuano
  • marinade n marinato || vt marinatijer
  • marinate vt marinatijer
  • marine adj (pertaining to ships) navisca; (pertaining to the sea) marisca || n (soldier) navinfantriano
  • mark n marco; signo
  • market n mercato; marketing mercatío
  • marl vt marghizer
  • maroon adj maronea
  • marquis n marcheso
  • marriage n (act) marito; (state) sponsitio
  • marry vt mariter || vi get married (to) mariter si (cun); sponsecer (cun) || adj married maritita
  • Mars n (myth.) Mars; (planet) Marte; Mars’ hill Areópago
  • marsh n paludo
  • marshal n marescalco
  • marshmallow n (bot.: Althaea officinalis) malvabisco; (candy) malvabiscatco
  • marten n marto
  • martial adj martiala; martial arts martiala artos
  • marvel n mirabilioso || vi mirabiliezer
  • marzipan n mazapano
  • mascara n mascaro
  • masculine adj masculisca
  • mask n masco || adj masked ball maschi-balo
  • masochism n masochismo
  • mason n masonisto; masonry masonatco
  • mass n amaso; (body of matter) maso; (rel) miso; mass communication amas-comunicado; mass media amas-comunichiclos; mediumos di amas-comunicado
  • massacre vt masacrer
  • massage vt masager
  • massive adj masiva
  • mast n masto
  • mastectomy n mastectomío; perform a mastectomy mastectomier
  • master n (expert; title of respect) mágistro; master of arts mágistro sopre artos; (master copy) patronelo; (of a house, slave, pet) patrono || vt (learn thoroughly) par-aprenser || adj (main, primary) çhefa
  • mastiff n mastino
  • masturbate vt masturber
  • mat n tapeteto
  • match n (for fire) flamífero || vt match me, Sidney! flamefes ad mi, Sidney!
  • mate n (companion) companiono; checkmate! shac-mato! || vt parifer
  • maté n mateo
  • mathematics n mathemático
  • mathom n gazo
  • matrix n matriço
  • matter n afaro; materio; for that matter ecuil-relate; matter of honor cuestiono di honoro; no matter when lo ne importan cuande
  • mattress n matratio
  • mature adj matura
  • maul n (sledgehammer) máleo
  • Mauretania n Mauretania; Mauretanian Mauretaniano
  • Mauritius n Mauritia
  • mauve adj malvea
  • mawkish adj sentimentemaçha
  • maxim n sententio
  • maximum n máximo
  • may v (can) poter; (expressing wish, hope) -es; may she rest in peace eli repauses en paço; (have right to, be permitted) eser yurizita; (perhaps, maybe) forse || n May (month) Mayo
  • mayonnaise n mayoneso
  • mayor n civitat-çhefo
  • me prn mi
  • meadow n prato
  • meager adj macra
  • meal n farino; repast(ot)o
  • mean adj malitatosa || adv meanwhile dume || n by means of per; means meano || vt (be determined about) you can't mean it! vi ne diçan lo seriose!; (imply) volitioner dicer; (intend) intenter; blue, I mean yellow! blavitio, mi dices flavitio!; (refer) referer ad; do you mean me? escue vi réferan ad mi?; (signify) significher
  • measure n mensuro || vt mensurer
  • meat n carno
  • mechanic n (autos, etc.) máchin-reparisto; (machinist) machinisto; (manufacturer) fabrichisto; (archaic: artisan) artisano; minsteriisto; mechanician mecanichisto; mechanics (science of motion) mecánico; mechanism mecanismo || adj mechanical (machinelike) machinesca; (relative to machines) machinisca; (relative to mechanics) mecanichisca
  • medal n medalio
  • medalion n medaliono
  • meddle vi mixturer si (en); meddle with mixturer si en
  • media n (of communication) comunichiclos
  • mediate vt mediationer || n mediator mediationisto
  • medical adj medicinisca
  • medicine n medicamento; (sci.) medicino
  • medieval adj medii-evisca
  • mediocre adj (average) medii-valoranta; (only fair) mediocra; pasábila
  • meditate vi (think over, ponder) mediter
  • Mediterranean adj (sea) Mediterania Maro || n (sea) Mediteráneo
  • medium adj media || n (intervening substance) mediumo; substantio; (means of expression) expres-mediumo; (spiritualism) (spírit-)mediumo; through the medium of the press per la jurnalistado
  • medulla n medulo
  • Medusa n Medusa
  • meet vt cunvener; incontrer || n meeting cunveno; incontro; public meeting pública asemblo
  • mega- afx (million) mega-
  • megalomania n megalomanío
  • meitnerium n (chem.: Mt) meitnerio
  • melancholy n melancolío
  • melanin n melanino
  • melanoma n melanomo
  • melilot n meliloto
  • melodrama n melodramo
  • melody n melodío
  • melon n melono
  • melt vt fusioner || vi fusionezer
  • member n membro
  • memoir n memorialo
  • memorandum n memorandario; memorandum book memorandarii-cuaderno
  • memorize vt enmemoruyifer
  • memory n mémoro
  • mendelevium n (chem.: Md) mendelevio
  • menopause n menopauso
  • menstruate vi menstruer
  • menthol n mentholo
  • mention vt mentioner
  • menu n menuto
  • merchant n comerciisto
  • Mercury n (chem.: Hg) hidrárgiro; mercurialo; (myth.) Mercurius; (planet) Mercurio
  • mercy n (clemency) clementitio; beg for mercy demander clementitio; (compassion) compasiono; (divine) misericordio
  • mere adj mera || adv merely mere
  • merge vt cunfusioner
  • meridian n meridiano
  • merit n mérito || adj meriting digna; meritanta
  • merlon n merlono
  • mermaid n (myth.) mar-nimfo
  • merry adj alecra; joyosa; to make merry amuzezer; fester || n merry-go-round caroselo
  • mescaline n mescalino
  • Mesopotamia n Mesopotamia; Mesopotamian Mesopotamiano
  • mesozoan n mesozoo || adj Mesozoic Mesozo-eraisca; Mesozoic era Mesozo-eraro
  • message n misajo
  • messenger n misagisto
  • messiah n mesío
  • metal n metalo
  • metamorphose vt metamorfotizer || n metamorphosis metamórfoto
  • metaphor n metáforo
  • meteor n meteoro; meteorite meteorite
  • meter n metro
  • methadone n methadono
  • method n méthodo
  • meticulous adj meticulosa
  • metropolis n civitatazo; metrópolo
  • metropolitan adj metropolana || n (bishop) metropolano
  • Mexico n México; Mexican Mexicano
  • micro- afx micro- || n microcar microvecturo; microfilm microfilmo; microwave micro-undo || vt microwave micro-undijer
  • microbe n microbio
  • Micronesia n Micronesia
  • microphone n microfono
  • microscope n microscopio
  • middle adj media
  • midnight n noctomedio
  • midway adv vial-medie; midway through the show medie di la spectáculo
  • midwife n obstetrichist(is)o
  • mien n vulto
  • migrate vi migrer
  • mild adj lena; (medicines, diseases) benigna
  • mildew n milduo
  • mile n milio
  • militant adj militanta
  • militarism n militarismo
  • military n militarado || adj militarisca
  • militia n militio; militiaman militiano
  • milk n lacto; milkman lacti-portationisto; milkshake frapeo || vt (a cow) mulger; (exploit) exploter || adj milky lactea; Milky Way Lactea Vialo
  • mill n moliniclo; miller molinisto
  • millet n mileto
  • million card (10⁶) miliono || ord millionth milionésima
  • millipede n mili-pedo
  • mime vt mimer
  • minaret n minareto
  • mind n mento; out of one's mind dementa; mind-blowing halucinifanta
  • mine n (for minerals) minerationayo; minerationerío; coal mine carbon-minerationayo; miner minerationisto; this book is a mine of information ecuista libro es minerationayo di informos; work down the mine laborer en la minerationayo; (type of bomb) mino; lay mines minizer; poner minos; sweep mines desminizer; dragher minos; scopijer minos; mine detector min-detecticlo; minefield min-tereno; minelayer minizedoro; (hist.) mino || vt (a region) minerationer (minario) en regiono; (minerals) minerationer (minario); mine for something aperer minerationayo por álico
  • mineral n mineralo
  • miniature n miniaturo
  • minimum n mínimo
  • minister n ministro; ministry (cabinet) ministrado; (function) ministritio; (government department) ministrerío
  • minor adj (mus., log.) minora; (of age) minorena
  • Minorca n Minórica
  • minority n (lesser number) minoritato; (of age) minorenitio
  • mint n mintho
  • minute n (time) minuto
  • miracle n miráculo
  • mirror n spéculo; rear-view mirror retrospéculo; side-view mirror éxtera retrospéculo
  • miscellany n mixturatco
  • mischief n (harm, trouble) malatco; noço; (pranks) maletatco || adj mischeievous (harmful) nociva; (of children) maleta
  • miserly adj avara
  • misfortune n desfortuno; mala sorto
  • mishap n desfortunatco
  • miss vt (a bus, appointment) faler; (a target) faler; (feel lack due to absence) senter la manco (di) || n falo; Miss (short for Mistress) seniorolo, -oliso || adj missing (person) desaparinta
  • missile n mísilo
  • mission n (building) misionayo; (diplomatic, task, calling, etc.) misiono
  • misstep vi mispasuer
  • mist n nebuleto
  • mistake n eroro; to make a mistake erorer || adj mistaken eror(ífer)a
  • mistletoe n visco
  • mite vt ácaro
  • mitraille n (hist.) mitralio; mitrailleuse (hist.) mitralioso
  • mitten n (with separate fingers) guanto; (without separate fingers) múfulo
  • mix vt mixturer || n mixer batu-mixturatoro; mixture mixturatco
  • MMORPG n (massively multiplayer online role-playing game) masive multijochedora interreta rol-joco
  • moan vi gemiter
  • moat n fosato
  • mobile adj (capable of movement) moveziva; (movable) movébila; mobile network operator célul-retisca operatanto || vt mobilize mobilizer
  • mocha n mocacino; mocha-cafeo
  • mock vt deriser
  • mode n modalo
  • model n modelo; (art, fashion) modelo
  • modem n modemo
  • moderate vt moderer
  • modern adj moderna
  • modest adj (not bold or presumptuous) modesta; (shy, reserved, esp. of body, sex, etc.) pudorosa || n modesty pudoro
  • modify vt modificher
  • modillion n (archit.) modiliono
  • modulate vt modulationer
  • Mohammed n Mahometo
  • moist adj humideta
  • mold n moldo; mucoro
  • Moldova n Moldovia; Moldovian Moldoviano
  • mole n (arch.) molono; (derm.) nevo; (zool.) talpo
  • mollusk n molusco
  • molt vi (feathers) transplumecer; (hair) transpilecer; (skin) transpelecer
  • molybdenum n (chem.: Mo) molibdeno
  • Mom(my) n matrucio
  • moment n instanto; for a moment dum instanto
  • momentum n momento
  • Monaco n Móneco; Monegasque, Monacan Monecano
  • Monday n Lundio
  • money n pecunio; money order pag-mandationo
  • Mongolia n Mongolia; Mongol Móngolo
  • monitor n (comp.) monitoro
  • monk n mónaco
  • monkey n simio
  • monkshood n acónito
  • monolith n monólitho
  • monotone n monotonitio; monotony monotonitio || adj monotonous monótona
  • monster n monstruo
  • Mont Blanc n Blanca Montáneo
  • Montenegro n Montenegro; Montenegrin Montenegrano
  • month n menso || adj monthly omn-
  • monument n monumento
  • mooch vt muçher || n muçhedoro
  • mood n humoro
  • moon n luno; full moon plen-luno; half moon duava luno; waning gibbous moon descreçanta gibífera luno; waning moon descreçanta luno; waxing gibbous moon creçanta gibífera luno; waxing moon creçanta luno
  • moor n (heath) brucayo; Moor Mauro || vt (fasten) anmarijer || adj mooring cable anmaro
  • mop n suabo
  • moped n mopedo
  • moral adj (ethical) ethicasca; (honest) honesta; (morally good) ethicosa; (pertaining to ethics) ethichisca; (pertaining to morality) ethichisca || n morality éthico
  • morale n enthusiasmo
  • morbid adj (psych.) mórbida
  • more adv plu; all the more tante plu; I loved her all the more because she hated me mi amorin eli tante plu multe pro che eli odiin mi; more and more sempre plu; more beautiful plu bela; more or less plu aut men; no more (no longer) ne pluse; the more ... the more cuante plu ... tante plu; the more he talks, the more I want to punch him cuante plu ili parlan, tante plu mi desíderan pugnocolper ili; moreover cétere; pluse || adj (further, additional) plusa; give me just one more cookie dationan ad mi mere una plusa cuchio; (quantity) plu multa; my computer has more memory than yours mea computatoro haban plu granda memorivitio cam la vua
  • mores n custumos
  • morning n matino; good morning! bona matino!; in the morning matine; this morning hodie matine; tomorrow morning demane matine
  • Morocco n Marochio; Moroccan Marochiano
  • morose adj desalecra
  • morpheme n morfemo
  • morphine n morfino
  • mortal adj (subject to death) mortiva
  • mortgage n hipotheco || vt hipothechizer
  • mosque n moscheo
  • mosquito n moschito
  • most adv maxim; the most interesting man in the world la maxim interesanta hómino en la mundo; mostly (mainly) principale; (most often) maxim frecuente; (ordinarily) ordinarie || adj maxim multa; máxima; for the most part en la maxim granda parto; most men maxim multa hóminos; with the most care cun la máxima atento || n maxim multo; maxim multos; máximo; at the most admáxime; most of them la maxim multos ec los; la plu-multos ec los; most possible maxim (multe) posíbile; the most one can do la máximo cuo homi potan facer; to make the most of facer secuno posibilitio
  • motel n motelo
  • moth n faleno; clothes moth vest-faleno
  • mother n genitintiso; matro; grandmother avioliso; mother-in-law afina matro; soceriso
  • motif n motivo
  • motivation n motivizo
  • motive n (reason) motivo || adj (causing motion) moviva
  • motocross n (sport) motorcroso
  • motor n motoro; motorboat motorbarco; motorcycle motorcicleto
  • motto n moto
  • mount vt (climb on, as horse, bicycle) surselecer sur; (climb, as stairs) acenser; (fix, place) monter; (get up on, as animal for copulation) survader; (get up on, as platform) survader; (guard) monter; (guns on a ship) monter; (raise on high) elever || vi (prices) augmentezer; dismount (from horse, bike, etc.) deselecer || n (mountain) montáneo; (riding animal) cabalichedo; (support, setting, as for jewel) montatco || adj mounted (as jewel, etc.) montita; (on horseback) cabalicanta; surseluna
  • mountain n montáneo; mountain range montaniado || adj mountainous montaneosa
  • mourn vt luctuer || adj mournful desjoyosa; trista
  • mouse n sóriço
  • mouth n buco; (river) ecfluayo; mouthpiece imbucaturo
  • move vt mover || vi movezer; transresidecer; move in with someone vivecer cun álicu
  • movie n películo; b-movie películo di serio B; movie buff cinéfilo; movie star cine-stelo
  • mow vt (crops) falcijer; (grass) tonder || n lawn mower céspiti-tondatoro
  • Mozambique n Mozambico; Mozambican Mozambicano
  • Mr. n (short for Mister) senioro, -içho
  • Mrs. n (short for Mistress) senioro, -iso
  • MSG n (monosodium glutamate) MSG (monosodii-glutamato)
  • much adv much to my surprise multe surprisante mi; not much pauche; so much the better tante plu bone; too much nime || adj multa || cor that much tanta
  • mucus n muco
  • mud n fango; mudflap parafango
  • muff n manichito
  • muffin n (small, cup-shaped quick bread) múfino; English muffin Anglisca múfino
  • mugwort n artemisio
  • mulberry n moro; mulberry tree morífero
  • mule n mulo
  • multiply vt multifer; (math) multiplicher || vi multecer
  • mumble vt murmuraçher
  • municipality n municipio
  • munition n munitiono
  • murder vt asasiner
  • murmur vt murmurer
  • murre n (zool.) urio
  • muscle n músculo; muscle shirt camisio sine mánicos
  • Muse n Muso
  • museum n museo
  • mushroom n fungo
  • music n músico; music-hall spectáculo di diversos; musician musichisto
  • musicology n musicologhío; musicologist musicólogo
  • muslim n Islamisto
  • muslin n calicoto
  • mussel n muslo
  • must v dever; that must be -ed -end- || n (grape juice) musto
  • mustache n mustáceo
  • mustard n mustardo
  • mutate vi mutationer || n mutant mutationinto; mutation mutation(atc)o
  • mute adj muta
  • mutilate vt mutiler
  • mutter vt murmuraçher
  • mutton n ovin-carno
  • mutual adj recíproca || adv mutually recíproche
  • my pos mea
  • Myanmar n Birma
  • myopia n miopitio; myope miopo || adj myopic miopa
  • myrrh n mirho
  • mystery n misterio || adj mysterious misteriosa
  • mystical adj mística
  • myth n mitho


N

  • nail n (anat) úngulo; (metal) clovo; nail file ungul-limationiclo
  • naive adj ingenua
  • naked adj nuda
  • name n nómino; Christian name bapti-nómino; first name dationita nómino; prenómino; in my name ye mea nómino; in the name of ye la nómino di; last name familiisca nómino; place name locnómino; what is your name? cua es vua nómino?; cue homi vocan vi?; cue vi nominijezan?; namesake homónimo; nickname surnómino || vt (for an office) nominijer; (give a name to) nominizer; (say the name of) nominijer (álicu per álico); call (one) names nominaçhizer; name after nominizer aluse je; nickname surnominizer || vi (to be named, to be called) nominijezer (per álico) || adj nameless sine nómino || adv namely (by name) nómine; (in other words) cuel es dicer
  • Namibia n Namibia; Namibian Namibiano
  • nanny n infantisto
  • nano- n (thousand millionth part) nano-
  • nape n nuco
  • napkin n buctuco
  • narrate n (provide spoken commentary to accompany movie, music, etc.) narater
  • narrow adj deslarga; stricta; (limited) restrictata || vt narrow down (search, possibilities) restricter
  • nation n nationo; nationality (of an individual) nationischitio; (of nation as a whole) nationitio || vt nationalize nationanifer || adj national nationisca
  • native adj ennacinta; indígena
  • nature n naturo; naturalist natureschisto; (scientist) natur-cientiisto; naturalistic natureschismo || vt naturalize civitatanifer; nationanifer; (acclimate) aclimater || adj natural naturisca; natural history natur-cientio; naturalistic naturesca || adv naturally (evidently) comprensébile; sine dúbito
  • Nauru n Naurua; Nauruan Nauruano
  • nausea n náuseo || vt nauseate nauseifer || adj nauseous nauseanta
  • Navarre n Navara
  • navel n umbílico
  • navigate vt navigher
  • navy n navado (guerisca)
  • near adj próxima || prep proxim
  • neat adj neta
  • necessary adj necesa
  • necessitate vt necesifer
  • necessity n necesitio; neceso
  • neck n colo; necklace colaro; necktie cravato
  • necromancy n necromantío; necromancer necromanto
  • necrosis n necroto
  • nectarine n nectarino
  • need vt besonier || adj needless to say... lo ne es necesa dicer che...
  • needle n aco
  • negate vt negher
  • neglect vt neglecter
  • negotiate vt (find a way over or through a difficult path) transvader; (procure or arrange for through discussion) negotier
  • neighbor n vicino; neighborhood vicinayo || adj neighboring vicina
  • neither conj neither...nor nec...nec || adv me neither anche mi ne
  • nematode n (zool.) nematodo
  • neodymium n (chem.: Nd) neodimio
  • neon n (chem.: Ne) neono
  • neoprene n neopreno
  • Nepal n Nepalia; Nepali Nepaliano
  • nephew n nepotuliçho
  • Neptune n (myth.) Neptunus; (planet) Neptuno
  • neptunium n (chem.: Np) neptunio
  • nerd n nerdo
  • nerve n nervo || adj nervous tímida; nervous breakdown nervisca criso
  • nest n nido
  • net n reto; network reto
  • Netherlands n Nederlandia; Netherlander Nederlandiano
  • nett adj neta
  • neurosis n neuroto || adj neurotic neurosíaca
  • neutral adj neutra
  • neutrer adj neutra
  • neutron n neutrono
  • never cor jamás; nulcuande || adv nevertheless tamen
  • new adj nova; newborn nove nacinta || n news informo; notitio; newspaper jurnalo
  • New Zealand n Nov-Zelandia; New Zealander Nov-Zelandiano
  • next adj secuanta; Monday next Lundio venanta; next to juxte; the next Monday la Lundio secuanta; la posta Lundio
  • nib n penin-beco
  • Nicaragua n Nicaragua; Nicaraguan Nicaraguano
  • nice adj agradábila
  • nickel n (chem.: Ni) níchelo
  • niece n nepotuliso
  • Niger n Nígero; Nigeran Nigerano
  • Nigeria n Nigeria; Nigerian Nigeriano
  • night n nocto; good night! bona nocto!; nightcap dorm-bonito; nocti-bonito; (drink) última copo di la nocto; nightmare incubalo
  • nightingale n ruciniolo
  • nimbus n auréolo
  • nine card nona; ninety nondeça || ord ninetieth nondecésima; ninth nonésima || fract ninth nonavo
  • niobium n (chem.: Nb) niobio
  • nip vt pinçher
  • nipple n mamilo; (vulg.) tetilo
  • nitrate n nitrato
  • nitric adj nitrata; nitric acid nítrica ácido
  • nitrite n nitrito
  • nitrogen n (chem.: N) nitrógeno
  • no adj (none) nula; no one nulu; no one’s nuluya; no way nul(cual)e || adv nowhere nulube || prn nobody nulu || inter no
  • nobelium n (chem.: No) nobelio
  • noble adj (in character) nóbila; (rank) nobiliara || n nobility nobiliarado; nobiliaritio; nobleman nobiliaro
  • nod vi cápit-signefer
  • node n nodo
  • noise n ruito; to make a noise ruiter
  • noisy adj ruitosa
  • nomen n genti-nómino
  • nomenclature n nomenclaturo
  • nominal adj nominala
  • nominate vt candidatifer
  • noon n meridio
  • noose n glisnodo
  • norm n normo; normal (math, chem.) normalo || adj normal normasca
  • Norman n Normando
  • Norse adj (Scandinavian) Scandinava || n Norseman Scandinavo
  • north n nordo; northerner nordano || adj northern nordisca
  • Norway n Norvegia; Norwegian Norvegiano
  • nose n naso
  • nostalgia n nostalgio
  • nostril n naro
  • not adv ne; is it not? escue ne?; not that I care lo ne es che lo importan ad mi; nothwithstanding malgrate ecuilo
  • notary n notario
  • notch n insecatco || vt insecher
  • note n not(atc)o; sick note certifatco sopre malatitio; notebook cuaderno || vt (note down) noter
  • nothing cor nulo
  • notice n adviso || vt detecter; remarcher; give notice to adviser
  • notify vt notificher
  • notion n notiono
  • noun n nómino; substantivo; common noun comuna nómino; proper noun propria nómino
  • nourish vt nutrer
  • novel n romancio; novelty novitio
  • November n Novembro
  • novice n novicio
  • now adv nun; and now for something completely different et nun álico tote diferanta; he used to be the doorman, but now he’s the CEO olim ili esin la portisto, mas nun ili es la generala directionisto; not now, dear nun ne, cara; right now ecuist-instante; juste nun; the time is now five o’clock lo es cinca clocos; (at last, already) jam; I must be off now mi jam devan vader; (immediately) imediate; jam; nun; I’ll do it right now mi façun lo imediate; if we leave now, we’ll be there by lunch se nos departurun nun (aut jam, imediate), nos arivun ante post prandio; it’s now or never lo es nun aut jamás; (in these circumstances) jam; it’s too late now lo jam es nim tarda; now what? et nun, cuo?; (nowadays) actuale; nun-témpore; no one would think of doing that nowadays nun-témpore ad nulu veneban en mento facer ecuilo; (of duration up to present) jam; he’s been fiddling with that stupid language for 23 years now jam dex 23 anuos ili amusaçhan si per ecuila stúpida linguajo; (showing alternatives) now..., now... alore..., alore...; as of now dex nun; before now ante nun; ántee; jam; by now ante post nun; by now it was clear that... ecuil-instante lo jam esin clara che...; for now dum la nuna témporo; dume; por nun; provisorie; that will do for now por nun ecuilo sufiçan; from now post nun; 100 years from now 100 anuos post nun; from now on dex nun; just now ecuist-instante; juste nun; (a moment ago) jus; I’m busy just now mi es ocupata ecuist-instante; now and then de témporo ad témporo; temporope; now that nun cuande; until now, up to now usche nun; (past) usche alore || adj actuala; nuna; presenta; (of the past) alora || inter ben; come now, you must want something venes jam, ne dices ad mi che vi desíderan nulo; now then, what’s the trouble? ben, cua es la problemo?; now then! ben!; now, as you all know... ben, cuale omna vos sapan...; now, there’s a thought ben, ecce on ne mala ideo; now, what’s everyone drinking? ben, cuo vos desíderan trincher?; well now, what have we here? nos vides! cuo nos haban hic?
  • nozzle n naselo
  • nuance n nuancio
  • nude adj nuda
  • numb adj sine sento
  • number n (math, gram.) nombro; (order, succession) número; (written figure) cifro
  • numeral n numeralo
  • numerator n numeratoro
  • numerous adj nombrosa
  • nun n monachiso
  • nurse n fleghisto || vt (care for the sick) flegher
  • nut n nuço; (for bolt) buloniso
  • nylon n nilono


O

  • o'clock n cloco; it is five o’clock lo es cinca clocos; it is one o’clock lo es una cloco
  • oak n cuerco; English oak róboro; oak apple cuerchi-cecidio
  • oakum n (fibre) stupo
  • oar n remo
  • oat n aveno
  • oath n juro || vi to take an oath jurer
  • obedient adj obedanta; obedema
  • obese adj obesa
  • obey vt obeder
  • obituary vt necrologhiatco
  • object n (anything presented to the mind, senses) objecto; (gram.) objecto || vt objectioner
  • objective adj objectisca; (opposite of subjective) objectiva || n objective lense objectisco
  • objet d’art n artatco
  • oblige vt (render a service to) complacer
  • oblique adj oblicua
  • obscene adj obcena
  • obscure adj obscura
  • observe vt observer || n observation observo
  • obsess vt obseser
  • obstacle n obstáculo
  • obstetrics n obstétrico || adj osbstetrical obstetrichisca
  • obstinate adj obstinanta
  • obstruct vt obstructer
  • obtain vt obtiner
  • obtuse adj obtusa
  • obverse adj obversa
  • obvious adj evidenta
  • occasion n (cause) causo; (favorable time) ocasiono; oportuno; (happening) evento; (instance, circumstance, time) veço || adj occasional (for one occasion) ocasionisca; (now and then) álichi-vecisca || adv occasionally an álica veços; de témporo ad témporo
  • occupy vt ocuper || adj occupied ocupata
  • occur vi (happen) eventer; (to the mind) vener en mento; vener en penso
  • ocean n océano; Oceania Oceania; oceanography oceanografío
  • October n Octobro
  • octopus n pólipo
  • odd adj extránea
  • odometer n odómetro
  • odontology n odontologhío
  • Odysseus n Odíseo
  • odyssey n odiseo
  • of prep (agent, authorship) da; (concerning) sopre; (dimension, size) de; (made of) ec; (origin, derivation, starting point) de; (out of) ec; (possession) di; (quantity) de; it is very good of you vi es valde afábila; of course comprensébile; comprensende; of late recente; the people of old la anticua pópulo; la ólima pópulo
  • off adv (away) distanta de; fore; a long way off from here for hic; hands off! fore vua manuos!; hats off! fore vostra capelos!; I'm off mi vadan; off with her! forconduces eli!; off with you! foreces!; the ship is off the harbor la navo es abante la portuo; they ran off los forcurin; three kilometers off distanta per tri km; to take off one's hat deprender sua capelo; to tear off evulser; (broken off) derumpita; separita; off the hinges separita de la cárdinos; the clasp is off la agrafo es deslighita; to cut off desecher; (canceled) the marriage is off la marito es rumpita; (from) de; three centimeters off of her an tria centímetros de eli; (wrong) to be off color haber nejusta coloro; to be off side eser exter la límito; off and on cun interrumpos; de témporo ad témporo; the gun went off la focilo disparin; to be well off eser rica; to pay off (a bill, etc.) pagher; to put off (adjourn) ajurner; (procrastinate) procrastiner; offline (cmptr) exter líneo; (elec) desconectita || adj (switched off) extinguita; off-road omni-terisca
  • offend vt ofenser || n offense (criminal) delicto; to commit an offense delicter
  • offer vt oferer || n to make an offer facer ófero
  • offhand adj (abrupt) brusca; (careless) indiferenta; sine solicitúdino; (impromptu) improvisita; (without hesitation) sine hésito || adv (immediately) imediate
  • office n (job, position) oficio; (place) oficino; officer (mil.) oficiario; official (gov, etc.) oficiisto || adj official (pertaining to office) oficiisca; (recognized by an official body) oficiala
  • offset n (print) ofseto
  • often adv frecuente
  • ogre n ogro
  • oh! inter o!
  • oil n óleo; oilcan oleiziclo
  • okapi n (zool.) ocapio
  • old adj (ancient, of a former era) anticua; (bygone) an old dance anticua danço; (experienced) experientiosa; (former) ántea; the old regime la ántea regímino; (not new, of long standing) vétera; an old friend vétera amico; Old High German anticua alt-Alemanenso; Old Testament Vétera Testamento; Old World Vétera Mundo; (not young, having long existed) vécula; an old person véculo; how old are you? cuante vi etatan?; old age veculitio; old guard vétera guardistado; to be 20 years old etater 20 anuos; to be old enough to sufiçante etater por; 20-year-old 20-anuo; etatanto de 20 anuos; age-old anticua
  • olive n olivo; olive tree olivífero
  • Olympus n Olimpo || adj Olympic Games olímpicos
  • Oman n Omania; Omani Omaniano
  • omelette n omeleto
  • omen n augurío
  • ominous adj maláugura
  • omit vt omiser
  • on prep (contiguity) an; a house on the river domo an la fluvio; a ladder on the wall manu-scalario an la muro; (upon) sur; the fool on the hill la stulto sur la colino; count on someone fider ad álicu; deliberate on deliberationer sopre; have pity on compasioner; on account of pro; on credit crédite; ye crédito; on entering cuande li entrin; on examination post exámino; on fire ardanta; on further inquiry post plusa cuestiono; on hand disposébila; (in store) en boteco; on her arrival an eluya arivo; on high supre; ye la supro; on purpose intente; volitione; on sight an vido; on that day ecuil-die; on the other side of trans; on the right dextre; on the way dum la vialo; on the whole sume; on this side of cis; swear on his honor jurer per sua honoro; to be on guard guarder si; to go on foot ped-vader; to hang on the wall pendifer an la parieto || adj (TV, radio, etc.) presentationata; (upon) sura || adv and so on et tale pluse; far on in the night valde tarde; live on incore viver; march on abantier; marçher adabántee; on! adabántee!; play on continuationer luder; read on lecturer pluse; online (cmptr) en líneo; (elec) conectita
  • once adv alicuande; olim; un-vece; at once (immediately) imediate; (simultaneously) simultánee; once upon a time olim
  • oncilla n (zool.: Leopardus tigrinus) oncilo
  • one card una; one way única directiono; one-eyed un-ócula || prn (people in general) homi
  • onion n cepulo
  • only adv (exclusively) mere; he loves only money ili aman mere pecunio; (no longer ago than) mere; (no more than) mere; I'm only a messenger mi es mera misagisto; (not until) mere || adj (alone of its kind) única; an only child única filio; the only thing I don’t like about it is... la único cua ne plaçan ad mi sopre ecuisto es...; you're not the only one vi ne es la única || conj (but) mas; I’d come, but I’m too busy mi venebun, mas mi es nim ocupata
  • onomastikon n onomástico
  • oof inter uf!
  • oops inter ups!
  • open vt aperer || n opening (act) ápero; (aperture) aperatco || adj (not enclosed) aperta; (opened) aperita; open-heart surgery chirurghío je aperta cordio || adv openly aperte; (frankly) cándide
  • opera n ópero; operetta opereto
  • operate vt (control the functioning of) operater || vi (med, mil) operationer || n operating system operativa sistemo; operation (surgical, math) operationo
  • opine vt opiner
  • opinion vi have an opinion opiner; have same opinions concorder
  • opium n opio
  • opossum n opósumo
  • opportune adj oportuna || n opportunity (favorable circumstances or time) oportunatco; seize the opportunity prender, capter la ocasiono
  • oppose vt (be resistant to) oponer; (to place opposite) oposer || adj opposite oposita
  • oppress vt opreser
  • optics n óptico; optician optichisto
  • option n (alternative) alternativo; (bus, law, et al.) optiono || adj optional optiona; permisata; (not mandatory) facultativa
  • optometer n optómetro; optometrist optometristo; optometry optometrío
  • or conj aut
  • orange n naranjo; orange tree naranjífero
  • orate vi orationer
  • oratory n (art of public speaking) orationío; (mus.) oratorii-cantiono; (small chapel) oratorio
  • orbit n órbito
  • orchard n fruct-arborayo
  • orchestra n orchestro
  • orchil n orcelo
  • ordain vt ordinationer
  • ordeal n eprobazo; (hist) ordalío
  • order n (arrangement) órdino; (command) mandationo; (in a restaurant) portiono; (rel, mil) ordo || vt (command) mandationer; (goods, dinner, etc.) peter || adj ordinal ordinisca || prep in order to por che
  • ordinary adj ordinaria
  • ore n minario
  • organ n (instr., antat.) órgano; (mus.) organilo
  • organism n organismo
  • organize vt aranger; organizer; preparer || n organization organizatco
  • orgasm n orgasmo || vi orgasmer
  • orgy n orgio
  • Orient n Oriento
  • orientate vt orientationer
  • origin n orígino || vi originate cominitier; devener; haber orígino en; nacer || adj original originisca
  • ornament n ornivo
  • orthodontics n orthodóntico; orthodontist orthodontichisto
  • orthodox adj orthodoxa
  • orthogonal adj orthógona
  • oscillate vi ociler
  • osmium n (chem.: Os) osmio
  • ostensible adj asertita; semblanta
  • osteopathy n osteopathío
  • osteoplasty n osteoplastio
  • other adj áltera || adv otherwise áltere
  • otology n otologhío
  • otorhinolaryngology n otorinolaringologío; otorhinolaryngologist otorinolaringólogo
  • ounce n uncio
  • our pos nostra
  • -ous afx -ífera; -ígera; -osa
  • out adv (away, not in) éxtere; fore; be out and about again eser sana denove; have a day out pasifer dio exterdome; he’s out for the afternoon ili esun fore postmeridie; it’s dark out there lo es obscura ilác éxtere; out to lunch fore por prandier; out with him! ecpulses ili!; out you go! adéxtere!; fore!; the journey out la viajo éxita; the tide is out la mareo es basa; (in all directions) dis-; give out fliers disdationer advis-folios; (in view) the roses are coming out la rosos floreçan; the sun is out la solelo brilan; (indicating distance) he’s out in Mongolia ili es en Mongolia; the boat was 10 km out la barco esin 10 km de la ripo; we live 40 km out from Geneva nos residan 40 km de Geneva; (indicating purpose) objectivifer; he’s out for blood ili objectivifan sánguino; (loudly, clearly) clare; laute; speak out! parles forte!; (outside from within) ec-; come out, come out, wherever you are! ecvenes, ecvenes, ube cunche vi es! || adj (empty) the cask is out la barilo es vacua; (extinguished) extintita; the fire is out la foco es extintita; (going, leading out) ecvada; éxita; in through the out door entrinta tra la porto éxita; (having lost) I’m out $40 mi perdin 40 $; (hired out, rented) locationita; (in error) eror(os)a; neexacta; (in existence) the book is out la libro es editita; la libro es vendata; the movie is now out on video la películo jam es en vídeo; (in the open) cognoçata; (not concealing one’s homosexuality) exter la armario; exter-armaria; out with it! dices lo!; informes nos!; your secret’s out vua secreto es descopertita; (not an option) neconsideranda; neposíbila; (on strike) exoperanta; (passé) exmoda; (sports) (loser) eliminita; the ball is out la bulo es éxtera; la bulo es exterterena; (switched off) extinguita; (to or at an end) consumita; exhaustita; before the week was out ante che la septimano finezin; (unconscious) neconcianta; out and out completa; perfecta || vt (expose as homosexual) exter-armariifer || afx out- (to the point of surpassing) sor- || prep (cause, motive) out of charity por caritato; out of countenance confusita; out of hatred pro odio; (from among) four out of five doctors cuatra ec cinca médicos; (origin) a witch made out of wood strigo ec ligno; drink out of a glass biber ec bicario; read out of a book lecturer ec libro; (outside) exter; out of danger ecvadinta je la perículo; out of favor desfavorizita; out of hand negubernébila; out of it stuporanta; out of order desordinita; malata; nefuntionanta; neregulasca; nesana; out of place misponita; neconvenanta; neoportuna; out of print la editatco exhaustezin; nevidébila; out of sight, out of mind for la vido, for la mento; out of tune neacorde; out of use neusata; out of work sine empleo; (outside from within) ec; (without) out of money ne habanta plusa pecunio; sine pecunio
  • outback n (hinterland) détrea paeso
  • outbid vt soroferer cam
  • outbound adj éxita
  • outbreak n (insurrection) exploso; revolto; seditiono; (of epidemic) erupto
  • outbuilding n baraco; dependantatco; éxtera constructatco; éxtera dometo; tectizatco
  • outcast adj ecpulsita; exiliita; proscriptita
  • outcome n consecuatco; result(atc)o
  • outcry n clamo; (nonverbal) crito
  • outdo vt ecceser; sorvader cam
  • outdoors adv exterdome; éxtere; sub aperta celo
  • outer adj éxtera; outer harbor abante-portuo; outermost maxim éxtera; maxim extrema
  • outfit vt ecuiper; proviser; (arm) armizer; (clothe) vestizer || n ecuipatco; outfitter ecuipatchi-vendisto; vesti-vendisto
  • outflank vt circumder la flanco; sorflanchejer cam
  • outflow n ecfluo; ecmigro
  • outgeneral vt sortactichijer cam; vincer
  • outgrow vt sorcrecer cam; sorgrandecer cam; sorvader cam
  • outgrowth n surcreçatco
  • outhouse n éxtera latrinayo
  • outing n (excursion) excursiono; (revelation of someone else’s secret) exter-armariifo
  • outlandish adj bizara; extránea
  • outlast vt sordurationer cam
  • outlaw vt proscripter || n bandito; proscriptito || adj proscriptita
  • outlay n expensedo
  • outlet n acuotúbulo; ecfluayo; ecvadayo; pasayo; pluvtúbulo; (elec.) prendayo (je curento)
  • outline n contorno; schizatco || vt contornizer; schizer
  • outlive vt viver plu longhe cam
  • outlook n (forecast) ante-vido; (point of view) perspectivo; vidpunto; (view) videdo; (viewing place) vidayo || vt (forecast) ante-vider
  • outlying adj fora; frontariisca; plu-éxtera
  • outmarch vt sormarçher cam
  • outpatient n éxtera curationato
  • outpost n abántea pósteno
  • outpouring n ecfluo; ecfuso
  • output n productado; productatco
  • outrage vt insult(az)er; (ill-use) violentier; (violate) violationer || n insult(az)o; violationo; violentio || adj outrageous abominanda; insultanta; scandalosa; verecundanda
  • outrider n láter-cabalicanto
  • outright adv (completely) complete; (immediately) imediate
  • outrun vt sorcurer cam
  • outset n cominitio
  • outshine vt eclipser; sorbriler cam
  • outside prep exter || n exteratco; éxtero; outsider éxtero; extraneario || adj éxtera; (external) éxtera || adv éxtere
  • outskirts n extrematco; (of a field, wood) bordo; límito; (of a town) abante-civitato
  • outspoken adj cándida; to be outspoken parler cándide
  • outstanding adj (account) nesaldita; (bill) incore debitionata; nepaghita; (prominent) salianta; (undecided) nedecisita
  • outstretched adj extensita; (lying) jaçanta
  • outstrip vt sorvader cam
  • outvote vt sorvotationer cam
  • outward adj éxtera; neprofunda; neseriosa; superficiisca; outwards adéxtere
  • outweigh vt sorpeser cam
  • outwit vt superstratagemijer
  • outwork n éxtera fortificatcos
  • outworn adj parusita
  • oval adj ovala || n ovalo
  • ovary n ovario
  • ovation n ovationo; give an ovation to ovationer
  • oven n furno
  • over prep (above) super; over and above pluse; últree; (across) trans; (in preference to) I prefer this over that mi préferan ecuisto cam ecuilo; (upon) sur || adj (excessive) nima; (finished) finita; pasinta; the danger is over la perículo es pasinta; this isn’t over yet ecuisto incore ne es finita; (in authority) superiora; (remaining) there is money left over ci es pecunio restanta || adv (above) súpere; (again) over and over plur-vece; sine cesationo; (excessively) nim; (more than) plu cam; (throughout) all the world over tra la tota mundo; red all over tote rúbea || afx over- (above) super-; (beyond) preter-; (too much) nim
  • overalls n (worker’s) labor-pantalono
  • overarch vt volvitizer
  • overawe vt timidifer
  • overbalance vt desecuilibriifer; plupeser; superpeser
  • overbearing adj aroganta; mandationema; superba
  • overbid vt superoferer; (outbid) soroferer cam
  • overboard adv aden la maro; adtrans la bordo
  • overburden vt nim carichizer
  • overcast adj nubizita; nubosa; obscura || vt obscurifer
  • overcautious adj nim cauta; nim prudenta
  • overcharge vt nim paghifer
  • overcloud vt obscurifer
  • overcoat n mantelo; The Overcoat by Nikolai Gogol La Capoto da Nicolái Gogol
  • overcome vt vincer
  • overdo vt (exaggerate) (nim) exagerer; (exceed) ecceser; (exhaust oneself) fatigazer si; (overcook) nim cociner; (overuse) nim user
  • overdraft n supertrato
  • overdraw vt (exaggerate) exagerer; (fin.) ecceser crédito
  • overdress vt nim vestizer
  • overdue adj (bills) aretrata; (tardy) tarda
  • overeager adj nim hastanta
  • overeat vt manger eccese
  • overestimate vt superevaluer
  • overexcite vt supereccitationer
  • overflow vt exterfluer; (flood) inunder || vi (abound) abundazer || n exterfluatco; (superabundance) abundazo
  • overgrown adj nim crecinta; nim disvelopita
  • overhang vt pender super; superpender; (threaten) minacier
  • overhaul vt examiner; inspecter; (overtake) preteratinger
  • overhead adv en la celo; súpere || adj súpera || n (com.) generala expensos; overhead projector spécul-projectioniclo
  • overlade vt nim carichizer
  • overlap vt imbricher
  • overlay vt (cover) coperter; (lie on) jacer sur
  • overload vt nim carichizer
  • overlook vt (dominate) dominationer; (forget) ignorer; ne remarcher; obliter; preteratentioner; (have a view from above) superreguarder; (have a view of) adreguarder; haber vido je; this garden is not overlooked ecuista jardino ne es adreguardata; homi ne haban vido je ecuista jardino; (look over a letter, etc.) examiner; inspecter; parlecturer; (pardon) cluder sua óculos sopre; indulger; perdoner
  • overmaster vt vincer || adj overmastering dominationanta; negubernébila
  • overmatch vt domiter; vincer
  • overmeasure n ecceso; plusatco
  • overmuch adj nim granda; superflua
  • overnight adv tra la nocto; tranocte; to stay overnight pasifer la nocto || adj tranocta
  • overpay vt nim pagher; pluspagher
  • overpeopled adj nim populizita
  • overplus n plusatco
  • overpower vt dominationer; domiter; vincer || adj overpowering dominationanta; negubernébila
  • overpraise vt eccese lauder
  • overprize vt nim apretier
  • overrate vt nim evaluter
  • overreach vt (dupe) inganer; (reach too far) nim extenser; (try to do more than is possible) nim interprenser
  • override vt (annul) anuler; (overlap) imbricher
  • overripe adj nim matura
  • overrule vt anuler; renverser
  • overrun vt incurser; invaser; (swarm) examizer; turbizer
  • overseas adv transmare || adj transmara
  • oversee vt superviser || n overseer directionisto; inspectisto; subdómino; supervisisto
  • overshadow vt umbrizer; (fig.) eclipser
  • overshoe n surcalcéolo
  • overshoot vt transpasar; vader nim abantie de
  • overshot adj (jaw) salianta; overshot wheel supre colpata acui-roto
  • oversight n misjúdico; neatentiono; oblito; (superintendence) superviso
  • oversleep vi dormer nim longhe; evigilezer nim tarde
  • overspread vt tote coperter
  • overstate vt exagerer
  • overstep vt transpaser
  • overt adj aperta; neabscondita; pública; vidébila
  • overtake vt preter-atinger
  • overtax vt nim taxationer
  • overthrow vt renverser || n destructo; renverso; ruino
  • overtime n pago por extra témporo; work overtime laborer extra-témpore
  • overture n (mus.) overturo; (proposal) (unésima) proposo; (sexual) insinuo
  • overturn vt renverser; (ruin) subverser
  • overvalue vt nim evaluter
  • overweening adj presumptosa; superba; vanitatosa
  • overweight adj eccese pesanta
  • overwhelm vt (defeat) aplaster; (inundate) caricazizer; necher || adj overwhelming aplastanta; caricazizanta; neresistébila; presazanta
  • overwork vt fatigher; nim laborifer; nim user
  • oviparous adj ovípara
  • ovoid adj ovesca
  • ovule n óvulo
  • ovum n ovo
  • owe vt debitioner || adj owing to (by the aid of) per la adjuto di; (of debt) debitionanta ad; (on account of) pro (che)
  • owl n noctuo; (horned) bubo; (non-horned) strijo
  • own vt (admit) agnocer; (avow) confeser; (have legitimate possession of) proprieter; (possess) haber; poseser || n owner proprietanto; ownership proprieto || adj propria
  • ox n (cow or bull) bovo; (castrated bull) bovucliçho
  • oxalate n oxalato
  • oxalic adj oxálica; oxalic acid oxálica ácido
  • oxide n óxido
  • oxidize vt oxidifer
  • oxygen n (chem.: O) oxígeno
  • oyster n óstreo
  • ozone n ozono


P

  • p.m. adv (post meridiem) p.m. (post meridio)
  • pace vt pasuer
  • Pacific adj Pacífica || n Pacífica Océano; Pacífico
  • pacify vt pacifer || n pacifism pacismo
  • pack n paco || vt pachifer
  • package n paco || adj package tour organizita toro
  • pact n (formal) pacto; (informal) conventiono; to make a pact conventioner; pacter
  • pad n coxineto
  • paddle n palito
  • pagan adj pagana
  • page n págino; (person) pajo
  • pain n doloro || vt to take pains to pener || adj painful (causing pain) dolorifanta; (feeling pain) doloranta; dolorosa || adv painfully (extremely) plene; (while feeling pain) dolorose
  • paint vt (apply paint to) picturizer; (as an artist) picter || n picturo; paint brush (artist's) penicelo; painter pictisto; painting pictatco
  • pair n paro
  • pajamas n pijamo
  • Pakistan n Pachistano; Pakistani Pachistanano
  • palace n palatio
  • paladin n paladino
  • pale adj (not bright) pálida; and behold a pale horse et ecce on pálida cabalo; (not dark) clara; a pale blue dress on clar-blava túnico
  • Palestine n Palestina; Palestinian Palestinano
  • paletot n (hist.) paletoto
  • palette n (painter's) picti-tabuleto
  • pall n fúner-tuco; trista atmósfero
  • palladium n (chem.: Pd) paladio
  • palliate vt palier
  • palm n (of the hand) palmo; (palm frond) palmarii-folio; (palm tree) palmario
  • pan n (frying pan) patilo; (saucepan) caserolo
  • panacea n panacea
  • panache n (on a helmet) penaçhio
  • Panama n Panamá; Panamanian Panamano
  • pancake n pancheco
  • panda n (zool.) pando
  • panel n panelo
  • panic n pánico || vi panicher
  • pant vi anheler || n pant leg pantalon-gambo
  • panties n calceoneto
  • pantomime n pantomimatco; pantomimist pantomimo
  • pantry n manged-armario
  • pants n pantalono; who wears the pants here, you or her? cuu hic vestejan la pantalono, vi aut eli?
  • pantyhose n nilona calceazo
  • paper n papero; paperboard paper-cartono
  • paprika n papricatco
  • Papua New Guinea n Pápuia-Nov-Guinea; New Guinean Pápuia-Nov-Guineano
  • papyrus n papiro
  • par n paritio; at par an paritio; para
  • parachute n paracado
  • parade vi (march in file) desfiler; (march in formal procession) parader
  • paradise n paradiso
  • paraffin n parafino
  • Paraguay n Paraguaia; Paraguayan Paraguaiano
  • parallel adj paralela
  • paranoia n paranoyo || adj paranoid paranóyaca
  • parapet n parapeto
  • parasite n parásito; parasitology parasitologhío
  • paratrooper n paracadista soldato
  • parcel n pacheto; (of land) parcelo
  • pardon vt perdoner || n I beg your pardon (vua) perdono
  • parent n genitinto; genitoro
  • parenthesis n paréntheso
  • parish n parochio; parish priest pároco
  • park n párico || vt parcher || adj parking brake manu-freno; parking space parchi-spatio
  • parliament n parlamento
  • parody n parodío || vt parodier
  • parrot n papagayo
  • parry vt pareer
  • parsec n párseco
  • parsley n petrosélino
  • parsnip n pastinaco
  • parson n pároco
  • part n parto; (in play, etc.) rolo; greater part majoritato; plu-multo || vt diviser; separer si || adv partly parte || afx part of a whole -avo
  • parterre n (theat.) partero
  • participle n participio
  • particle n partículo
  • particular adj (peculiar, special) particulara; (precise) exacta; precisa; (fastidious) exigema; (scrupulous) scrupulosa; (singular) extránea; única || adv particularly ecceptische; particulare; principale; speciale || n particularity (quality) particularitio; (thing, detail) particularatco || vt particularize detalier; particularifer
  • partisan n partitano
  • partridge n perdiço
  • party n festo; (pol.) partito || vi fester
  • parvenu n parvenúo
  • pasha n pasha
  • pass vi paser || vt pasifer; (test) succeser en; pass the night pasifer la nocto; pass the salt pasifer la salo || n to make a pass at facer abantios ad; password contresigno || adj passed due aretrata
  • passenger n pasagero; (traveller) viajanto
  • passion n pasiono
  • passport n pasaporto
  • past n pasinto || prep preter; (time) half past five cinca clocos et duavo; quarter past five cinca clocos et cuatravo; twenty past five cinca clocos dudeço
  • pasta n pastatco
  • paste n pasto
  • pastel n pastelo
  • pastille n pastilo
  • pastor n pastoro
  • pastry n pasticio
  • pasture vt (graze) pasturer; (lead to pasture) pasturifer
  • Patagonia n Patagonia
  • patch n (for mending) sarçatco; (piece of ground) agreto; patchwork centono || vt sarcer
  • patent n patento || adv patently evidente
  • path n sentario; (in a garden, park) aleo
  • pathetic adj pathética
  • pathic n páthico
  • pathology n pathologhío; pathologist pathólogo
  • pathos n pathetichitio
  • patient n curationato; patience patientitio || vt patience try one's patience molester
  • patinate vt patinationer
  • patio n patio
  • patrician n patriciano
  • patriot n patrioto || adj patriotic patriota
  • patrol vt patroler
  • patron n (sponsor, donor) patrocinanto || vt patronize patrociner
  • pattern n (design) designiatcado; (in figure form) patronelo; (model) modelo
  • pauldron n humeraro
  • pause vi pauser || n pauso
  • pave vt pavimentizer || n pavement pavimentio
  • pavilion n paviliono
  • paw n pato
  • pawn n (pledge, security) pígnero || vt pignerifer
  • pay vt (a bill, debt, etc.) pagher; (make a payment of) pagher per; (someone) pagher || n payee pagato; payment (act) pago; (thing paid) pagatco; down payment (act) pagheço || adj payable paghébila; (due) paghenda
  • pea n piselo
  • peace n paço
  • peach n pérsico
  • peacock n pavono
  • peak n cúlmino
  • pear n piro; pear tree pirífero
  • pearl n perlo
  • peasant n campadano; rurano
  • peat n torbo
  • pedal n pedalo || vt pedalijer
  • pedestal n pedestalo
  • pediatrics n pediatrío; pediatrician pediatro
  • peel n córtiço; apple peel pom-córtiço || vt descorticizer
  • peevish adj acri-humorífera
  • pegasus n (myth.) pégaso
  • pelerine n (hist.) pelerino
  • pellet n (light shot) cugleto
  • pelt n pelto
  • pelvis n pelvo
  • pen n penino; plumo; ball-point pen bul-penino; fountain pen fontanpenino; penknife poc-culteleto
  • penalize vt puner
  • pencil n lápido
  • pendulum n péndulo
  • penetrate vt penetrer
  • penicillin n penicilino
  • penicillium n penicilio
  • peninsula n penínsulo
  • penis n penilo
  • penny n penny; penny bun (bot.) nobiliar-boleto
  • penultimate adj ante-última
  • peonia n (bot) peonio
  • people n homi; pópulo
  • pepper n (fruit, spice) pípero; (vine) piperífero
  • peptide n péptido
  • per prep (by means of) per; (for each) -e; po; $15 per person per night 15 $ po persono po nocto; per day po dio; they cost three euros per dozen los costan tria euros po decem duo; to go 90 km per hour vader ye 90 km hore/po horo; (in accordance with) per your request secuno vua demando
  • percale n percalo
  • perceive vt percepter; sensuer
  • percent n pocento; percentage pocento; we are the 99 percent nos es la 99 po centa || adv po centa
  • perch n perçhayo; (zool.) perco || vi perçher
  • perfect adj perfecta || adv perfectly perfecte; “enbiggen” is a perfectly cromulent word “agrander” es on tote cromulenta vocábulo
  • perforate vt perforer
  • perform vt efectifer; (execute) executer; (play) luder
  • perfume n parfumo
  • pergola n pérgulo
  • perhaps adv forse
  • perigee n perigeo
  • perihelion n perihelio
  • peril n perículo
  • perimeter n perímetro
  • period n (of time) período
  • periodical n revisto
  • periphrasis n perífraso
  • perish vi periser
  • permalloy n permaloyo
  • permanent adj permananta
  • permission n permiso
  • permit vt permiser
  • pernicious adj funesta
  • peroxide n peróxido
  • perpendicular adj perpendiculara
  • perpetual adj perpetua
  • perplex vt perplexifer
  • perron n petrono
  • persecute vt persecutioner
  • Persia n Persia; Persian Persiano; (ancient) Perso
  • person n persono || adj personal personisca
  • personality n (nature) caráctero; personalitato
  • perspective n perspectivo
  • perspire vt sudorer
  • persuade vt persuaser
  • pertain vi (belong) apertiner; (relate) relater || adj pertaining to concernanta je; relatanta ad
  • perturb vt perturbationer
  • Peru n Peruvia; Peruvian Peruviano
  • perverse adj (obstinately wrong or depraved) perversa
  • pester vt molester
  • pestle n pistilo
  • pet n indulç-bestio; pet name hipocorística nómino
  • petasus n pétaso
  • petiole n petiolo
  • petrol n gasolino
  • petroleum n petróleo
  • petty adj (of behavior) meschina; petty cash poc-pecunio
  • phalange n (anat.) falanjo
  • phalanx n falanjo
  • phalarope n (zool.) phalarope
  • pharmacy n (sci.) farmachío; (shop) farmacherío; pharmacist farmachisto
  • phenakistoscope n fenachistoscopio
  • phenazone n fenazono
  • phenobarbital n (or phenobarbitone) fenobarbitalo
  • phenomenon n fenómeno
  • phenotype n fenotipo
  • pheromone n feromono
  • -phile afx -ófilo || n Anglophile Anglófilo
  • Philippines n Filipinia; Filipino Filipiniano
  • philology n filologhío; philologist filólogo
  • philosophy n filosofío; philosopher filósofo || vt philosophize filosofier
  • -phobe afx -ófobo; Anglophobe Anglófobo
  • Phoenicia n Fenicia; Phoenician Feniciano
  • phoenix n feniço
  • phoneme n fonemo
  • phonetics n fonético
  • phonologist n fonólogo; phonology fonologhio
  • phosphide n fosfuro
  • phosphorus n (chem.: P) fósforo
  • photocopy vt fotocopier || n fotocopiatco
  • photograph n fotografiatco; photographer fotógrafo; photography fotografío || vt fotografier
  • photon n fotono
  • phrase n fraso
  • physical adj (bodily) corporisca; physical therapy fisiothérap(ad)o; (material) materia; materiala; (relating to physics) fisichisca
  • physician n médico
  • physics n físico
  • physiology n fisiologhío; physiologist fisiólogo
  • physique n formo
  • piano n piano
  • pick vt (flowers, etc.) coliger; pick up (collect) colectioner; (find) trover; (lift) lever || adj pick-up sticks baston-joco
  • pickle n (condiment) relisho; (pickled cucumber) piculita cucumereto; (pickling agent) piculivo || vt conserver en sal-acuo, en spicio, en vinagro; piculer
  • picture n imágino; pictatco || adj picturesque pictoresca
  • pidgin n pígino
  • pie n torto; (fruit filling, no top crust) tarto
  • piece n petio
  • pier n pero; warfo
  • pierce vt perforer
  • pig n porco
  • pigeon n columbo; piçhono
  • pigment n pigmento
  • pike n pic-stango; (zool.) lucio
  • pilaster n pilastro
  • pile n amaso; (elec, atomic) pilio; (support pillar) pilaro
  • pileus n píleo
  • pilgrim n pelegrinanto; pilgrimage go on a pilgrimage pelegriner
  • piliferous adj pilífera
  • pill n pílulo; the Pill la Pílulo; don’t worry, I’m on the Pill trancuila, me prendan la Pílulo
  • pillage vt rauber; sacheger
  • pillar n columno
  • pillow n cápiti-coxino
  • pilot n pilotisto || vt piloter
  • pimiento n (fruit, spice) pimento
  • pimpernel n pimpinelo
  • pin n (sharp) spínulo; cotter pin findita clavilo
  • pincers n (pliers) tenalio; (tongs) pinciclazo; (tweezers) pincicleto
  • pinch vt pincer || n in a pinch en caso di neceso
  • pine n (tree) pino
  • pineapple n ananaso
  • pinion n pinion
  • pink adj rosea
  • pinnacle n pináculo
  • pinnate adj pinata
  • pint n pint
  • pioneer n pionero
  • pious adj pia
  • pipe n (for tobacco) pipo
  • pipit n (zool.) pipito
  • pippin n reneto
  • pirate n pirato
  • piss vi piser
  • pistol n pistolo
  • piston n pistono
  • pit n (arena) areno; (cavity) cavatco; (ground floor of theater) partero; (hole) forámino
  • pitch vt (a tent) erectifer; stabilimentizer; stifer; (an idea) propagander || vi (aer., naut.) nasincliner
  • pittance n portioneto
  • pity n compasiono; what a pity! cuala regretando! || vt compasioner
  • pivot n pivoto; pivotal centrisca || vt (change direction, facing) turner; (on a connected axis) rotationer
  • pizza n pizza (or pizo)
  • placate vt pacifer
  • place n (occupiable space, seat) placio; (open public square) pláteo; (space) spacio; (spot, locality) loco || vt (give employment) obtiner empleatitio ad; (put in a place, locate) lochizer; (put in a seat, vehicle, theater, etc.) placiizer; (set down) poner; misplace misponer; replace (be in place of) remplacier; (put back) riponer; (put in place of) remplaciifer; substitutioner
  • placebo n placebo
  • placenta n placento
  • plagiarize vt plagiationer
  • plague n (pestilence) pesto; (torment) tormento; a plague on him! on pesto prendes ili! || vt tormenter
  • plaice n plateso
  • plain adj (evident) clara; evidenta; (flat) plata; (frank) cándida; (in looks) nebela; (level) plana; (simple) simpla; plain weave telo || n (level land) planatco; planuro; plainsong plan-canto
  • plait vt plecter
  • plan n (map) mapo || vt (intend) projecter; (map out) facer mapo sopre; (outline) esbocier
  • plane n plano; (tool) plánulo
  • planet n planeto
  • plant n planto || vt plantationer
  • plantar adj plantarisca
  • plaque n (plate) placo
  • plaster n gipso; (med.: salve) emplastro
  • plastic n plástico
  • plate n (for food) platelo
  • plateau n alta planuro
  • platform n (any raised level surface or structure) platformo; (for public speaking) tribunario; (pol.) politichisca programo; (railroad) imbarcayo; (stage) estrado
  • platinum n (chem.: Pt) platino
  • platter n platelazo
  • platypus n ornithorinco
  • play vt (a machine) funtionifer; (a radio, etc.) sonifer; (a role) actorejer; rolijer; (film, music, role) luder; (game, sport) jocher; (instrument) luder; (musical instrument) sonifer; to play a card poner carto; to play cards jocher cartos || n theatratco; player (any performer) ludanto; (device, such as a VCR, iPod, etc.) ludatoro; (film, play) actoro; (in a game) jocanto; (music) musichisto; playing card joc-carto || adj playful jocosa
  • plead vt (a case) placiter; (allege as a pretext) pretexter; (beseech) suplicher; plead guilty confeser sua culpo; declarationer si culpífera; plead ignorance placiter, alegher, pretexter nesapo; plead not guilty declarationer si inocenta
  • pleasant adj agradábila
  • please vt placer ad; if you please bon-volitione; mi precan; se lo plaçan ad vi
  • pleasure n placero; pleasure barge placer-bargo; sensual pleasure volupto; with pleasure cun placero
  • plebian n plebeyo
  • pledge n (pawn, security) pígnero
  • plenipotentiary adj plen-potentitiígera
  • pliers n pinciclo; locking pliers adjustifébila pinciclo
  • plot n comploto; (conspiracy) conspiro; (intrigue) intrigo
  • plough n araticlo || vt arater
  • pluck vt (flower, fruit, etc.) coliger; (musical instrument) picicher; (poultry) desplumizer
  • plug n obturiclo; tapono; (elec.) contacticliçho || vt obturer
  • plum n pruno
  • plume n plum(ad)o || vt plumed hat plumizita capelo
  • plummet vi plumbicher
  • plunder vt sacheger
  • plunge vi plumbicher || n plunger sucti-bastono
  • plural adj (gram.) plurala || n (gram.) pluralo
  • Pluto n (myth.) Pluto; (planet) Plutone
  • plutonium n (chem.: Pu) plutonio
  • pocket n poco; pocket book pochi-cuaderno; pocket money poc-pecunio
  • podcast vt podcaster
  • podium n (stage) podio
  • poem n poetatco
  • poet n poeto
  • pogrom n pogromo
  • poikilotherm n (zool.) poichilotermo
  • poinsettia n (bot.) poinsetio
  • point n (tip) puntalo; (general) punto; (in scoring) punto; pointer monstriclo || vt point at (weapon) apunter || adj pointed puntalífera
  • poison n veneno || vt (put poison on) venenizer; (someone) venenijer || adj poisonous venena; venenosa
  • poke vt picher || n poker foc-pichiclo
  • Poland n Polonia; Pole Polono
  • pole n (bar, rod, shaft, etc.) stango; (for fishing) pischi-pértico; (for vaulting) salti-stango; (in fire station) glis-postelo; (in stripbar) danç-postelo; (mast) masto; (north or south) polo; (of a wagon, etc.) timono; (post) postelo; (stake) palo; polarity (math, phys.) polaritio || vt polarize (math, phys.) polarifer || vi pole-vault pértichi-salter || adj polar (math, phys.) polara
  • polecat n putoro
  • police n politío; police station politiayo; policeman politiano
  • policy n (insurance) pólizo; (pol.) político; (way of doing) político; sistemo (di actado); táctico; policy statement declarationo di principio; policy-maker decisisto
  • polish n polimentumo || vt polimenter || adj Polish Polona
  • politburo n politburó
  • polite adj cortesa
  • political adj politichisca
  • politics n político
  • pollute vt polutioner
  • polonium n (chem.: Po) polonio
  • polyester n poliéstero
  • polygamy n poligamío; polygamist polígamo || adj polygamous polígama
  • polymer n polímero
  • polypropylene n polipropileno
  • polystyrene n poliestireno
  • polyurethane n poliurethano
  • pomegranate n granato
  • pommel n pomelo
  • pomp n (ostentation) pompaçho; (stately display) pompo || adj pompous pompaçhosa
  • pond n lacheto
  • pony n póneo
  • poodle n pudelo
  • poof inter puf! || n (effeminate or homosexual man) cinedo
  • pool n (swimming pool) picino
  • poor adj (needy) páupera; (pitiable) compasionanda
  • pop vi exploseter; pop in entrer súbite
  • pope n papo
  • poplar n poplo
  • popular adj populara
  • porcelain n porcelano
  • porcino n (bot.) nobiliar-boleto
  • pore n poro
  • pork n porchi-carno
  • pornography n pornografío; pornographer pornógrafo
  • porridge n potajo
  • port n portuo; port of call escalayo; airport aeroportuo
  • portable adj portationébila
  • portal n portalo; (Internet) portalo
  • porter n portationisto; (doorman) portisto
  • portfolio n (for papers) portafolio; (of investments) actionado
  • portico n pórtico
  • portrait n portratatco
  • portray vt portrater; (in film) presentationer
  • Portugal n Portugalia; Portuguese Portugaliano
  • pose vi posturer
  • position n (strategic) positiono
  • positive adj positiva
  • possess vt poseser
  • possible adj posíbila || n possibility posíbilo
  • post n (mil.) pósteno; (office) oficio; post office postal-oficino; postage postal-costo; postage stamp postal-marco; poster afigedo; doorpost port-postelo; guidepost indic-postelo; picture postcard ilustrita carto; post-chaise postal-caróce(az)o; post-it adhes-noto; postbox postal-cofro; postcard postal-carto; postman léter-portationisto; postalisto; signpost indic-postelo || vt afiger
  • postpone vt postponer; (break off) ajurner
  • pot n (container, gen.) aulo; (marmite) marmito; (metal cooking pot with 2 handles and lid) calderoneto; (with spout, as cooking pot) úrceo; pots and pans cociniclado; crock-pot bulitionetificlo
  • potassium n (chem.: K) calio; potasio
  • potato n patato; sweet potato batato
  • poultice n cataplasmo
  • pound n (£) pound; (for animals) depositayo; (weight) librilo || vt (beat) batuer; (with a pestle) pistilijer
  • pour vt fuser
  • poverty n to fall into poverty pauperecer
  • powder n púlvero
  • power n potentitio; (math) potentio; power cord cablo di alimento || adj powerful potenta; powerless (unable) nipotanta
  • practical adj (person) practichema; (thing) practichisca
  • practice vt (apply, use, follow, perform) practicher; (to improve skill) exerciter || n (custom) custumo
  • praenomen n nómino
  • praise vt lauder
  • pram n beb-caroceeto
  • praseodymium n (chem.: Pr) praseodimio
  • prate vi parladaçher
  • prattle vi garuler
  • pray vt precher || n prayer preco; prayer book prechi-libro
  • preach vt predicher
  • precaution n preventivo || adj precautionary preventiva
  • precede vt ante-vader; (take precedence over) preceder
  • preceptor n preceptoro
  • precious adj pretiosa
  • precipitate vt (chem., weather) precipitationer; (throw headlong, rush) precipiter
  • precise adj precisa; precise hour precisa horo; precise order precisa órdino
  • predator n predationisto
  • predicament n desfacilatco; imbarasezo
  • predict vt ante-dicer
  • prefer vt preferer || adj preferable preferanda || adv preferably preferande
  • pregnant adj grávida
  • preliminary adj preliminara
  • premature adj ante sua témporo; ante-matura
  • premeditate vt ante-mediter
  • premier adj çhefa || n (head of state) çhef-ministro
  • premiere n premiero
  • premise n (land property) domo; (ter-)proprietato; tereno; (logical) premiso; (place) locado; loco
  • premium n (bonus) premio; (exchange premium) agio; at a premium super la normisca (pretio); exchange premium agio
  • prenuptial adj ante-marita
  • prepare vt preparer || adj prepared presta
  • preposition n prepositiono
  • prescribe vt prescripter
  • present vt presentationer || n (time; gram. case) presento || adj (at hand) presenta; (current) actuala; existanta; (in attendance) presenta; to be present asister
  • preserve vt conserver
  • preside vt presider
  • president n presidento
  • press vt preser || n (journalists) jurnalistado
  • pressure n preso
  • presume vt suposer || n conjecturer || adj presumable conjectébila; expectébila || adv presumably probábile; suposébile
  • presumptuous adj presumptosa
  • pretence n (pretext) pretexto
  • pretend vt (feign) finger; (lay claim to) pretenser
  • pretension n (claim) pretenso
  • pretentious adj aroganta; audaciosa; pretensema; (ambitious) ambitionosa; (ostentatious) afectationanta; afectationema
  • pretty adj (attractive, but not beautiful) beleta; (delicately attractive) linda || adv (fairly) pasábile; sufiçante; I’m pretty well mi es pasábile sana; (nearly) presche; I am pretty sure mi es presche certana
  • pretzel n pretzelo
  • prevaricate vi mendacier
  • prevent vt preventer
  • previous adj ántea || adv previously ántee
  • prey n predationedo; bird of prey rapt-aucelo || vt prey on (carry off) rapter; (despoil) despolier; (hunt and eat) predationer; (victimize) victimifer
  • price n pretio; price-list taxationado || adj priceless nevalorizébila
  • prick vt picher
  • pride n orgulio
  • priest n sacerdoto; (Christian) presbítero; (cleric, religious professional) clérico; (of a specific deity) flámino
  • prime adj (original, archetypal) prima; prime minister çhef-ministro; prime number prima numeralo || vt (ready) prestifer
  • primer n (elementary textbook) alfabet-libro
  • primeval adj primevisca
  • primitive adj primitiva
  • prince n príncipo
  • principal adj principala || n (of a school) scol-çhefo
  • principle n principio
  • print vt impreser || adj printed matter impresatco
  • prior adj ántea
  • priority n prioritato
  • prison n prisiono; prison cell célulo; prisoner (civil) prisionano; (of war) guerisca captito
  • private adj privata
  • privilege n privilegio
  • prize n premio || vt apretier
  • pro n (advantage) abantajo; the pros and cons las por et las contre; (profesional) profesionano
  • proactinium n proactinio
  • probable adj probábila || adv probably probábile
  • probe vt sonder
  • problem n problemo
  • procedure n procedo
  • proceed vi (act a certain way) proceder; (continue) continuationezer; (go forward) abantier; proceed against (sue) proceser; proceed from haber orígino en; vener de; proceed with continuationer álico; to proceed to do something cominitier facer álico || n proceedings (events) eventos; (reports) reportos; (way of acting) procedos; proceeds ganiedo
  • process n (legal) proceso; (series of operations) procedo; (system, procedure) procedo; processor procedijatoro; (electron.) procesoro || vt procedijer
  • proclaim vt proclamationer
  • procrastinate vi procrastiner
  • procure vt habifer || n procuration (proxy) procurationo
  • prod vt picher
  • produce vt -efer; producter; (by effort or labor) elaborer
  • profane adj (not sacred) profana || vt profanationer
  • profession n profesiono; professional profesionano
  • professor n (university, college) profesoro
  • profile n (outline as seen from the side) profilo
  • profit vt profiter || n profito; profiteer profitistaçho || adj profitable profit(if)osa
  • profound adj profunda
  • progesterone n progesterono
  • prognosis n prognoto
  • program n (comp.) programo
  • progress vi progreser || n progreso
  • project vt (geom., opt.) projectioner || vi (jut out) salier || n projector projectioniclo
  • prolific adj prolefema
  • promethium n (chem.: Pm) promethio
  • promise vt promiser || n promiso || adj promising famoseçanta; promisosa
  • promote vt (make flourish) prosperifer; (publicize) promotioner; reclamer; (recommend) recomender; (to a higher rank) promoter
  • prompt adj puntuala
  • pronoun n pronominalo; demonstrative pronoun demonstrationiva pronominalo; indefinite pronoun nedefinitionita pronominalo; interrogative pronoun cuestionisca pronominalo; personal pronoun personisca pronominalo; possessive pronoun posesisca pronominalo; reflexive pronoun reflectiva pronominalo; relative pronoun relativa pronominalo
  • pronounce vt (words, sounds) pronuntier
  • proof n probo || adj (resistant) -eprobita; eprobita contre
  • proofread vt corectifer
  • prop vt apodier || n (theat) cen-accesorio
  • propaganda n propagando || vi propagandize propagander
  • propel vt propulsioner
  • propeller n (propulsion-)héliço
  • proper adj decenta; proper noun propria nómino
  • property n proprietato
  • prophesy vt ante-dicer || n ante-diço
  • proportion n proportiono
  • propose vt proposer
  • proposition n (log., gram., math) propositiono
  • proscribe vt proscripter
  • prosecute vt (law) proceser; (sue) proceser || n prosecution (side) acuso; planjo; prosecutor plangisca avocato
  • prospect n expectedo; posíbilo
  • prosper adj prosperous prosperanta || vt prosperer
  • prosperity n próspero
  • prostitute n prostitutato || vt prostituter
  • prostrate adj prostrationanta || vt prostrate oneself prostrationer
  • protactinium n (chem.: Pa) protactinio
  • protagonist n protagonisto
  • protect vt protecter || n protection (means) protecticlo
  • protein n proteíno
  • protest vi protester || n Protestant Protestanto
  • proton n protono
  • prototype n protótipo
  • proud adj orguliosa
  • prove vt prober; he proved himself worthy ili demonstrationin sua dignitio; ili monstrin si digna
  • proverb n proverbio
  • provide vt (offer) oferer; (provision) proviser
  • province n provincio
  • provoke vt inciter; provocationer
  • prow n proro
  • proxy n (comp) procurationoso
  • psychiatry n psichiatrío; psychiatrist psichiatro
  • psychic n psichisto
  • psychopath n psicópatho
  • psychosis n psicoto
  • psychotic adj psicosíaca
  • pterodactyl n (zool.) pterodáctilo
  • puberty adj puberitio
  • pubescent adj pubereçanta
  • pubis n pubo
  • public adj pública || n publichio; publicity publícito; (comm.) reclamo; publicity stunt publicitisca truco || vt publicize promotioner; publiciter; reclamer
  • publish vt editer
  • pudding n pudding
  • puffin n (zool.) mar-papagayo
  • pull vt tirer; pull out (nail, tooth, plant, etc.) evulser
  • pulpit n púlpito
  • pulsar n pulsaro
  • pulsate vi pulsader
  • pulse n pulsado
  • pumice n púmiço
  • pummel vt colpader
  • pump n pumpiclo; (court shoe) bal-calcéolo; air pump (at gas station) air-pumpiclo; gas pump gasolinpumpiclo || vt pumper
  • pumpkin n pepono
  • punch vt (make a hole in) perforer || n punch card forámin-carto
  • punctual adj puntuala
  • punctuate vt puntuationer || n punctuation puntuation(atc)o
  • puncture vt perforer; tra-picher
  • pundit n opinisto
  • punish vt puner || n punishment puno || adj punishing severa
  • punt n (naut.) pontono
  • pupil n (anat) pupilo; (student) alumno; aprendanto; insignario; instructato
  • puppet n pupo
  • pure adj pura
  • purée n pureo
  • purge vt purgher
  • purple n púrpura
  • purpose n (intention) intento; (object) objectivo; on purpose intente; volitione
  • purse n (coin purse) burso; (handbag) manu-saco; purser nav-cashisto
  • pursue vt (chase) persecuter; (continue) continuationer; (follow) secuer
  • pus n puso
  • push vt pulser || n push button pres-botono; push pin pres-spínulo; pushcart cariteto
  • pustule n pústulo
  • put vt poner; put away forifer; (spouse) repudier; put in order ordiner
  • putrid adj putra
  • puzzle n enigmo
  • pyramid n pirámido
  • Pyrenees n Pireneos
  • pyrosis n piroto


Q

  • Qatar n Cátara; Qatari Catarano
  • qua adv cuomo
  • quadrilateral adj cuadrilátera
  • quadruple adj cuatrupla; quadruplicate cuatrupla || n quadruplicate cuatruplo || vt cuatruplifer; quadruplicate cuatruplifer || vi cuatruplecer
  • quaint adj notanda; remarcanda; (odd) extránea
  • qualify vt cualificher; (for a position) ganier la cualitios necesa
  • quality n cualitio
  • quantity n cuant(iti)o
  • quantum n cuantumo
  • quark n cuarco
  • quarrel vi disputer || n dísputo || adj quarrelsome disputema
  • quarry vt (mine) extracter
  • quarter n (area) cuartario; (fraction) cuatravo; quarter of an hour cuatrava horo; quarters (billet) acantonayo || vt (assign lodgings) logizer; (billet) acantoner; (divide into four parts) cuatri-petiifer || adj (fraction) cuatrava
  • quartzite n cuarcito
  • quasi adv cuase
  • quaver vi tremuler
  • queen n regiso
  • queer adj (homosexual) homosexema; (strange) extránea
  • quell vt domiter
  • query vt (computing) query a database encuerer databaso; query information cuerer informo
  • question n cuestiono; (doubt) dúbito; (problem) problemo; in question (being considered) concernata; (in doubt) dubitébila; that is out of the question ecuilo es ne practichébila (aut) neposíbila; without question sine dúbito || vt (doubt) dubiter; (interpellate) interpeler; (interrogate) cuestionader || adj questonable contestébila; dubitanda; necerta
  • queue n codo
  • quick adj alerta; rápida || adv rápide
  • quiescent adj cuieta
  • quiet adj silentiosa; (mentally) trancuila; (physically calm) cuieta; quiet! silentio! || n silentio || vt silentiizer; tacifer; quiet down cuietifer; silentiizer || vi quiet down calmecer; cuietecer
  • quill n plumo; spino
  • quit vt (resign) dismisioner || adj quits cuita || adv quits cuite
  • quite adv (entirely) tote; (rather) sufiçante
  • quiver vi tremuler
  • quorum n cuoro
  • quota n cuoto
  • quote n evaluto || vt citer
  • quotient n cuotiento


R

  • rabbi n rabino
  • rabbit n cunículo
  • rabble n turbaçho
  • rabid adj rábida
  • race n racio; (as competition) curejo; racing book listo di curej-cabalos || vt (as competition) curejer; I’ll race you home! mi curejes vi usche focaro! || vi (run fast) curazer
  • rack n (for storage) raco
  • radar n radaro
  • radian n radiano
  • radiate vi radier || n radiation radiado; radiator radiatoro
  • radical n radiça || adj (pol.) radicala
  • radicand n radicando
  • radio n radiófono; radio show radiofonisca programo || adj radioactive radioactiva
  • radish n ráfano; horse radish forta ráfano
  • radium n (chem.: Ra) rádiumo
  • radius n radio
  • radon n (chem.: Rn) radono
  • raffle n loterío || vt raffle for loterier
  • rag n rags (worn or torn clothing) rago || adj ragged (clothes) desneta; (person) desneta; (wearing ragged clothes) ragosa
  • rage n furio
  • raid vt incurser; raub-incurser
  • rail n railroad fervialo; railway carriage vagono
  • rain n (rainfall) pluvo; rainbow celarco; raincoat pluv-mantelo || vt pluver
  • raise vt (bring up) educher; (eyebrow) archifer; (on high) elever; (prices, rents) altifer; augmenter
  • raisin n sicuvo
  • rake n rastelo || vt rastelijer
  • rally vt ralier
  • ram n (sheep) oviniçho; battering ram arieto
  • ramp n rampo
  • rampart n muralio
  • ranch n rançho
  • random adj aleatoria
  • range vi extensezer
  • rank n rango || adj (lush) luxurianta
  • ransom vt rexcapter
  • rape vt raper
  • rapier n rapiero
  • raquet n racheto
  • rare adj rara
  • rascal n canalio
  • rash n rasho
  • raspberry n frambeso
  • Rastafarian n Rastafariisto
  • rat n rato
  • rate n (degree) claso; grado; rango; first rate di unésima cualitio; di unésima rango; (percentage) pocento; proportiono; (price) pretio; valoro; (speed) rapiditio; velocitato; at any rate admínime; en omna caso || vt (calculate a tax) taxationer; (chide) reprimender; reproçher; (classify) clasificher; ranghizer; (evaluate) evaluter
  • rather adv (more accurately) a house, or rather, a hovel on domo, aut plu juste, on domaçho; (preference) préfere; vice (di); I would rather be dragged naked across a field of broken glass mi prefereban che homi draghes mi nuda trans on campo de rumpita vitro; I'd rather have a beer mi préferan biro; I'd rather have this one than that one mi préferan ecuista cam ecuila; I'd rather he didn't come mi préferan che ili ne venes; I'll stay rather than go alone mi préferan rester cam vader sola; (quite) sufiçante; it's a rather difficult book lo es sufiçante difícila libro; (somewhat) cualche; she looks rather like Marilyn Monroe eli semblan cualche cuale Marilyn Monroe
  • ration vt portionetifer || n put on rations portionetizer || adj rational (math) rationala; (reasonable) rationasca; rationiva
  • rattle vi (clack, click) clachetader; (from shaking) rateler; (hailstones, bullets) cracader; (jingle) clanghetader; (vehicle) clangader || vt (by shaking) ratelifer; (dice) agiter; sucuser; (jingle) clanghetifer || n (toy) rateliclo; death rattle stertoro; rattlesnake ratel-serpento
  • raucous adj rauca
  • raven n corvo
  • raw adj cruda
  • ray n radio; (zool.) rayo
  • rayon n rayono
  • raze vt razer
  • razor n (blade) ras-lamno; (device) rasiclo; (elec) rasatoro
  • re-enact vt (crime, battle) riconstructer
  • reach vt atinger
  • react vi reacter || adj reactive reactiva
  • read vt lecturer || n reading lecturo
  • ready adj presta; to make ready preparer; prestifer || vt preparer; prestifer
  • real adj facta; reala; (math) neimaginaria; reala; real estate imoblo || adv really ya || n reality realitio
  • realize vt (fully understand) par-comprenser
  • realm n regnio
  • realty n imoblo(s)
  • ream vt aleser || n (quantity) rismo
  • reap vt mesioner
  • rear n detreatco || vi rear up adrecter
  • reason n rationo; (faculty) ration-poto; (motive) motivo; (cause of an effect) causo || vt rationer
  • rebate vt reimburser
  • rebel vi revolter
  • rebirth n Renacentio; rinaço
  • receive vt recepter || n receipt certifatco je recepto; give a receipt for cuitifer
  • recent adj recenta; most recent última || adv recently recente
  • recidivist n recidivinto; recidivism recidivo || adj recidivistic recidivanta; recidivinta
  • recipe n receto
  • reciprocal adj recíproca || adv reciprocally recíproche
  • recite vt reciter
  • reckless adj (careless) sine solicitúdino; (excessively risky) nim rischema; (rash) temeraria; (thoughtless) desprudenta; neprudenta; (undisciplined) sine diciplino
  • reckon vt (the amount of) evaluter
  • reclaim vt (land) ricultivebilifer; (win back) riganier
  • recline vi jacer || n recliner inclin-sedilo
  • recluse n solitario
  • recognize vt ricognocer
  • recoil vi (as a gun, spring) reculer; retrosalter
  • recommend vt recomender
  • recompense vt recompenser
  • reconcile vt riconcilier
  • reconnaissance vt recognocenti(ad)o
  • reconnoiter vt recognocentier
  • record n (gramofon)disco; registro; (best performance) recordo; for the record por evidentifer la vero; records archivo; record-player gramófono || vt (for reproduction) registrationer; (set down facts) registrer
  • recover vt recuperer || vi recuperer si; resanecer
  • recruit vt recruter
  • rectangle n rectángulo
  • rector n pároco
  • recuperate vi recuperer si; risanecer
  • recycle vt recicler
  • red adj rúbea; (of hair) rufa; red lead minio; Red Sea Rúbea Maro
  • redeem vt (a promise, pledge) satisfacer; (buy back) retrocomprer; ricomprer; (compensate) compenser; (convert to cash) pecuniifer; (emend) emender; (justify) justificher; (pay off) cuitifer; (regain) riganer; (relig.) redempter; (archaic: ransom) eccomprer || n Redeemer Redemptedoro
  • reduce vt diminutioner; reducter
  • reed n cano
  • reef n scolio
  • refer vt referer
  • reflect vt reflecter
  • reform vt reformer
  • reformatory n reformatorio
  • refract vt refracter
  • refrain vi abstiner; ritener si || n (mus.) refreno
  • refresh vt rifreschifer
  • refrigerate vt refrigerer || n refrigeration refrigerado; refrigeration unit (motor, coils, etc.) refrigericlo; refrigerator refrigeratoro
  • refuge n refujayo; refugee refuginto || vi to take refuge refuger
  • refuse vt refuser
  • refute vt refuter
  • regale vt regaler
  • regard vt reguarder || n respecto
  • regime n regímino
  • region n regiono
  • register vt registrer
  • regret vt regreter
  • regular adj (conforming to rule) regulasca; (of movement) constanta; uniforma; (professional) profesionisca; (usual) custumasca; ordinaria; (veritable) tota; vera || n (soldier) militaro; regularity regulaschitio; (mech.) constantito; uniformitio || vt regularize regulaschifer; regulate regulijer
  • reign vi regner
  • reimburse vt (something to someone) reimburser
  • reindeer n rendiro
  • reinforce vt (fortify) fortificher; (mil.) reinfortier; (strengthen) plu-fortifer
  • rejoice vi joyer
  • relate vi relater (ad) || n relation relato; relative parento || adj related parenta; relative relativa
  • relax vi laxecer || vt (physically, morally) laxifer; (put at ease) relaxer
  • release vt (let go) delacer; (set free) liberifer
  • relic n relicuio
  • relief n (art, geog.) relievo; high relief alta relievo; stand in bold relief salier grande; (assistance) adjuto; (liberation) liberifo; (of sentries) remplacio; (succor) sucurso; (tension, strain, etc.) alevio
  • relieve vt (help) adjuter; (liberate) liberifer; (moderate) moderer; (succor) sucuser; (take over from) remplacier; (tension, strain, etc.) alevier; (unload) descarichizer; relieve someone of their wallet descarichizer álicu sopre luya portafolieto
  • religion n religiono
  • reliquary n relicuiuyo; sacrario
  • rely vi rely on (depend on) depender de; (trust) fider ad
  • remain vi durationer; rester || n remainder restatco || adj remaining cétera
  • remake vt rifacer || n (cine.) nova versiono
  • remark vt remarcher || adj remarkable remarcanda
  • remedy n remediiclo || vt remedier
  • remember vt (have a memory of) memorer; (make remembered) memoredifer; (reminisce about) rimemorer
  • remind vt memorifer
  • remote adj fora
  • remove vt (clothing) desvestejecer; (from job) desingager; (move away) formover; (take away, do away with) forifer; forprender || vi (change residence) transresidecer || n (change residence) transresideço; removal desingajo; desvestejeço; foreço; forifo; formov(eç)o; forprendo; transresideço
  • Renaissance n Renacentio
  • rendezvous vi rendezvous with rendezvoser cun || n rendezvoso
  • renew vt rinovifer
  • rennet n coagulifivo
  • renounce vt (abandon a claim to) renuntier
  • rent vt (something from someone) locariijer; (something to someone) locationer || n (cost) locario; (income) réndito; for rent por locario
  • repair vt reparer
  • repeal vt abrogher
  • repeat vt repeter || adv repeatedly plurvece; repetite
  • repel vt ripulser || n insect repellent anti-insecto || adj repellent ripulsiva
  • repent vi repeniter
  • replace vt (put back) rilochizer; riponer; (put in place of) remplaciifer (álico je áltero); substitutioner (álico ad áltero); I must replace the punctured tire with that one mi substitutiones ecuila ad la neumático perforita; (swap out) remplaciedifer (álico da/per áltero); I must replace the punctured tire with that one mi remplaciedifes la neumático perforita per ecuila; (take the place of) remplacier; this tire will replace the punctured one ecuista neumático remplacies la perforita
  • reply vt responder
  • report vt reporter || n reporto || adv reportedly afirmite
  • repose vi repauser
  • repossess vt recuperer
  • represent vt representer
  • repress vt represer
  • reprimand vt reprimender
  • reprisal n reprisalio
  • reproach vt reproçher || n reproçho
  • reptilo n reptilo
  • republic n repúblico
  • repugnant adj repugnanta
  • repulse vt ripulser || adj repulsive ripulsiva
  • reputation n (good or bad) reput(ez)o
  • request vt demander
  • require vt (need) besonier; (specify as compulsory) recuisiter || n requirement recuisitato
  • requisition vt recuisitioner
  • rescue vt salver
  • research vt recercher
  • resemble vt simileser ad
  • resent vt resenter || n resentment resento
  • reserve vt reserver || n (stock, store) reservedo; army reserve reserv-armato || adj reserved cuieta
  • reservoir n cisterno
  • reside vi resider; (in permanent residence) habiter
  • residue n residuo
  • resign vt resign oneself (accept without protest) resigner si || vi (from office, job) dismisioner || n resignation dismisiono; resigno; to send in one's resignation dismisioner de || adv resignedly resign(ant)e
  • resin n resino
  • resist vt resister || n resistance resisto
  • resolve vt (settle) deciser || vi (solemnly decide to do) resolver
  • resort n (for recreation) vacationayo; (recourse) recurso || vi resort to recurser ad
  • resound vi resoner
  • resource n meano
  • respect vt respecter || n respecto
  • respective adj rispectiva
  • responsible adj (accountable; can be charged as cause, doer) responsanta; responsiva; to be responsible for responser sopre
  • rest vi repauser || adj final resting place última habitayo; restless destrancuila
  • restaurant n restoranto
  • restock vt ristochizer
  • restore vt restaurer
  • restrain vt represer
  • restrict vt restricter || adj restricted restrictata
  • result n efecto || vi resulter
  • resume vt ricominitier || vi ricominitiecer || n resumption ricominitieço; ricominitio
  • résumé n curículo
  • retable n (altarpiece) retábulo
  • retail vt endetalie vender || n retail trade endetalia comercio
  • retain vt ritener || n retainer servisto
  • retaliate vi reprisalier || n retaliation reprisalio
  • retina n retino
  • retinue n secuantado
  • retire vt (an employee) retirer || vi retire for the night vader por dormer; vader por jacecer
  • retort vt replicher
  • retract vt retracter
  • retreat vi (mil) retreter
  • retrospective n retrospecto
  • return vi (come back) rivener; (go back) retrovader || vt (give back) ridationer; return good for evil pagher malatco per bonatco; return thanks regratier; (put back) riponer; (reward) recompenser; (send back) retroinvier
  • reveal vt reveler
  • revenge n vindicto
  • revenue n rédito; (unearned) réndito
  • revere vt venerationer
  • reverse vt (turn back) inversifer; retroturner; retrovader; (upset) renverser; reverse-engineer retro-ingenier || n retrorapidumo; the reverse inverso
  • revise vt reviser
  • revive vt revivifer
  • revoke vt revocher
  • revolt vi revolter
  • revolve vi girer || n revolution giro; (pol) revolutiono
  • revue n revisto
  • rhenium n (chem.: Re) renio
  • rhetoric n retórico
  • Rhine n Rino
  • rhinoceros n rinoceronto
  • rhizome n rizomo
  • rhodium n (chem.: Rh) rodio
  • rhombus n rombo
  • rhyme vi rimer || vt rimifer || n rimo; to make rhymes rimefer
  • rhythm n rithmo
  • rib n cóstulo; rib cage thoraç-cáveo
  • ribbon n ribando
  • riboflavin n riboflavino
  • rice n orizo
  • rich adj rica
  • rid vt liberezer; liberifer || adj get rid of desimbaraser si de
  • ride vt (horse, bike, etc.) cabalicher
  • ridicule vt deriser || adj ridiculous (derisible) derisanda; (preposterous) absurda; (risible) ridanda
  • riffraff n populaçho
  • rifle n fusilo; rifling (groove) canelo
  • right adj (accurate) exacta; (correct for a particular situation or thing) justa; (direct) directa; (having the right answer, solution) justífera; (just) yusta; (side) dextra; (wise) you were right to come to me vi facin bone en vener por vider mi; at/on the right dextre; right angle orthógono; right ascension (astron.) recta acenso || adv right here hic metípsime || n (pol.) yuro
  • rigid adj rígida
  • rim n bordo; (of a wheel) felgo
  • rind n córtiço; (hard shell) cáscaro
  • ring n anelo || vt (bell, etc.) sonifer || vi (resound) resoner
  • rip vt (lacerate) lacerer
  • ripe adj matura
  • rise vi levezer || adj a rising politician famoseçanta politichisto
  • risk vt rischer || n risco || adj risky riscosa
  • rite n rito
  • rival n rivalo
  • river n fluvio; riverbed flu-lecto
  • rivet n riveto
  • road n vialo
  • roadster n (auto.) rodstro
  • roar vt ruger
  • roast vt roster || n rostatco; rosti-carno
  • rob vt despolier; (by theft) defurter; (by violence) derauber; (defraud) frauder
  • robe n tunicazo; (of office, ceremony) robo
  • robot n roboto; robotics robótico
  • robust adj robusta
  • roc n rocho
  • rock n (boulder) róculo; saxazo; (mus.) rock; rocking chair báscul-sedilo || vt (a baby) bertier; (mus.) rockier || vi ociler
  • rocket n rocheto
  • rod n (bar, shaft, etc.) stango; (for beating) virgo
  • roe n (female deer) cerviso; roebuck capréolo
  • roentgenium n (chem.: Rg) rentghenio
  • rogue n canalio; pícaro
  • role n (in play, etc.) rolo
  • roll vt rotuler; to roll one's eyes rotuler sua óculos || vi rotulezer || n rotulatco; (bread) paneto
  • romance n (manifestation of something romantic) romántico; (mus.) romanzo; (quality of being romantic) romantichitio || adj (languages) Latinensida; Romança
  • Romania n Rumania; Romanian Rumano
  • Romansch n Romançho
  • romantic adj romántica || n romantichemo
  • Rome n Roma || adj Roman Romana
  • roof n tecto
  • rook n (chess) turo
  • room n cambro; (space, general) spatio; Is there enough room on your hard drive for all that porn? Escue ci es spatio sufiçanta sur vua dura disco por omna ecuila pornografiatcos?; lack of room manco di spatio; make room for facer spatio por (álicu, álico); there is room for improvement ecuisto potan incore plu-bonecer; to take up too much room ocuper nim granda spatio; dining room mangi-cambro; living room salono; room and board pensionalo; waiting room atendayo; bathroom bálne-cambro; latrinayo; bedroom dormi-cambro; restroom latrinayo; roommate cambri-companiono || vt (provide lodging) logizer || adj roomy spatiosa
  • root n radiço
  • rope n cordo
  • rosary n rosario
  • rose n roso; rose oil ros-esentio
  • rostrum n (beak) beco
  • rot vi putrecer; (teeth, bones) carier || adj rotten putra
  • rotate vi rotationer || vt (crops) alternifer
  • rouge n rúbea fardo
  • rough adj (not smooth) áspera; (raw) cruda
  • round adj rotunda || n veço; to make one’s rounds ronder
  • route n curso; router (comp.) encursifatoro; rutero
  • routine n rutino
  • row n filaro; rowboat rem-barco || vt (with oars) remijer
  • rub vt fricher
  • rubber n cáuçhuco; rubber band elástic-anelo
  • rubbish n versuro
  • rubble n rúdero
  • rubella n rubéolo
  • rubidium n (chem.: Rb) rubidio
  • ruby n rubino; balas ruby rúbea spinelo
  • rudder n direction-plato
  • rude adj (boorish) desgentila; grosaria; negentila; (unformed) ruda
  • rudimentary adj rudimenta
  • rue n (bot.) ruto
  • ruffle vt (bristle) hericieschifer; (turn back) rufler
  • rug n tapeto
  • rugby n rugby
  • ruin vt ruiner || n ruinatco
  • rule vt guberner || n régulo; rule of law principio di lejaschitio; ruler (for measuring) mensuriclo; (person) gubernanto
  • ruminate vt ruminationer
  • rumor n rumoro || adj it is rumored that ci es on rumoro che
  • run vi curer; to run away eccurer; forcurer || n runway pisto || adj run-down ruinata
  • rung n scalono
  • ruse n stratagemo
  • rush vi (hurry) haster; (throw oneself headlong) precipiter si || n (bot.) junco
  • rusk n pan-biscocto
  • Russia n Rusia; Russian Ruso
  • rust n (of metals) ferúgino || vt (of metals) feruginifer || vi (of metals) feruginecer, -efer || adj rusty feruginosa
  • ruthenium n (chem.: Ru) ruthenio
  • rutherfordium n (chem.: Rf) rutherfordio
  • Rwanda n Ruanda; Rwandan Ruandano
  • rye n sécalo


S

  • saber n sablo
  • sable n (zool.) zibelino
  • sabot n saboto || vt sabotage sabotejer
  • sack vt saco; sachijer; (mil.) sachejazer
  • sacred adj sacra
  • sacrifice vt sacrificher
  • sad adj trista; (sorrowful) desjoyasa; trista; (unfortunate) compasionanda || adv sadly (regrettably) lamentande || n sadness tristitio || vt sadden tristifer
  • saddle n selo
  • safari n safario
  • safe adj secura || n (lockable container) forta casho; safety securitio
  • sage n salvio
  • sail n velo; sailor maristo; navano; navisto; sailor cap nav-bonito; to make sail hiser la velos; (start a voyage) viagecer; sailboat velbarco
  • salacious adj amor-ávida; salaça
  • salad n salato
  • salary n salario || adj salaried salariizata
  • sale n vendo; salesman (salaried or commissioned) comiso; (traveling) viajanta comiso
  • salmon n salmono
  • salon n salono
  • salt n salo; salt shaker salizuyo
  • salubrious adj salubra
  • salvo n salveo
  • samarium n (chem.: Sm) samario
  • same adj metípsima; just the same en omna caso
  • Samoa n Samoa; Samoan Samoano
  • samurai n samurái
  • San Marino n Santa-Marino; Sammarinese Santa-Marinano
  • sanction vt (approve) santioner; (impose a sanction on) dessantionizer
  • sanctuary n santuario
  • sand n sábulo || vt sand down pumicher
  • sandal n sandalio; sandalwood sántalo
  • sandstone n arenario
  • sandwich n sandwiçho
  • sap n limfo; sapwood alburno || adj sappy (mawkish) sentimentemaçha
  • Saracen n Saraceno
  • sarcasm n sarcasmo
  • sarcophagus n sarcófago
  • sari n sari
  • sash n (over the shoulder) sharpo; sash window ghilotinesca fenestro
  • sassafras n sasafraso
  • satellite n satélito
  • satiate vt satier || adj satiated satiita
  • satin n sátino
  • satire n sátiro; satirist satiristo || vt satirize sátire deriser || adj satirical satirema; satirisca; satirosa
  • satisfy vt (expectations, promise) satisfacer || adj satisfied satisfacita; (content) contenta
  • saturate vt saturer
  • Saturday n Sábato
  • Saturn n (myth.) Saturnus; (planet) Saturno
  • sauce n salso
  • saucer n subtaso; tas-platelo
  • Saudi Arabia n Saúd-Arabia; Saudi Arabian Saúd-Arabiano
  • sausage n salsitio
  • savage adj (fierce) feroça; (wild) silvaja
  • save vt salver; sparnier
  • saw n serationiclo; sawhorse cabalito || vt serationer
  • say vt dicer; that is to say cuel es dicer; to say nothing of dicer nulo sopre; sine parler sopre || adj he was said to be homi dicin che; ili reputezin cuomo
  • scale n scalo; (of fish, etc.) scuamo; (weighing apparatus) pondericlo; scalar scalaro; scale of fees taxationado || vt (climb) scander
  • scallop n pectúnculo
  • scalp n cranii-pelo
  • scalpel n scalpelo
  • scam vt inganer
  • scan vt scanser || n scanner (comp.) scansatoro
  • scandal n scándalo || vt scandalize (shock, offend) scandaler
  • scandium n (chem.: Sc) scandio
  • scar n cicatriço
  • scarce adj excarsa
  • scare vt pavorifer || adj scared pavoranta
  • scarf n coltelo
  • scatter vt disperser; disseminejer; (diffuse) disfuser
  • scenario n cenado
  • scene n ceno; scenery (natural) paesatco
  • schedule n hor-listo
  • schematic adj (symbolic and simplified) schemisca
  • scheme vt projecter
  • scholarship n erudititio; (stipend) stipendio
  • school n scolo; elementary school primaria scolo; high school media scolo; secundaria scolo; junior high school submedia scolo
  • science n cientio; scientist cientiisto || adj scientific cientiisca
  • scimitar n cimitaro
  • scissors n cisorio
  • scone n scono
  • scooter n (auto.) scutero
  • score n puntado; scorecard punt-carto
  • Scotland n Scotia; Scot Scoto
  • scoundrel n canalio; pícaro
  • scout n exploristo; recognocentiisto; (Boy Scout or Girl Scout) scauto; scouting explorado; recognocentiado; scautismo
  • scramble vt (eggs) fruler
  • scrape vt (with a tool) rasiculer
  • scratch vt (abrade) abraser; (an itch) grater; (leave a mark with the nails, etc.) cracer || n craçatco
  • scream vi critazer
  • screen n (shield; TV, cmptr, movie, etc.) schermo; screenname usanti-nómino; screenplay cenado || vt (hide, conceal) absconder; (protect) protecter; schermijer; (provide screen) schermizer || vi (be a screen against) schermeser contre
  • screw n (any threaded pin) vit-clovo; (threaded pin requiring a screwdriver) scruvo; screwdriver scruvi-turniclo; scruviclo || vt (fasten with a screw) scruvijer; (screw in) enturnader
  • scribe n scribisto
  • script n (screenplay) cenado
  • scroll n rotulatco
  • scruff n (nape) nuco || adj scruffy (unkempt) desneta; ne-toiletijita
  • scruple n scrúpulo || adj scrupulous scrupulosa
  • sculpt vt sculpter
  • scurvy n scorbuto
  • scythe n falço
  • sea n maro; sea cucumber mar-cucúmero; sea gull gavio; sea sickness marisca náuseo; seaboard lítoro; seaman maristo; navano; seamark marfareto; seaweed algo || adj sea blue maresche blava
  • seaborgium n (chem.: Sg) seborghio
  • seal n sigiliziclo; sigilo; (zool.) foço
  • search vt tracercher; search for cercher
  • season vt (cooking) spiciizer || n (of year) sationo
  • seat n sediclo || vt situizer
  • second ord duésima || n secondanto; (time) secundo || adj secondary secundaria
  • secret n secreto || adj secreta
  • secretariat n secretariado
  • secretary n secretario
  • secrete vt secretioner
  • sect n secto
  • section n (admin. or other subdivision) sectiono; (any group) grupo; (division) divisatco; (geom.) sectiono; (med: piece excised) secatco || vt (divide into sections) sectionizer; section off sectionifer
  • sector n sectoro
  • secure adj secura || n security securitio
  • sedan n (auto.) sedano; sedan chair portation-sedilo
  • sedate vt (drug) sedationivizer; sedative (drug) sedationivo
  • sedge n (bot.: Carex) cáriço
  • sedition n seditiono || adj seditious seditionosa
  • seduce vt seducter
  • sedum n (bot.) sédumo
  • see vt vider; see that ... certifer che ...; the way I see it ad mi lo semblan che
  • seed n sémino
  • seem vi sembler; as it would seem secuno semblo; semblasche; it seems to me that lo semblan ad mi che || adj seeming (ver-)semblanta; (sham) cuasa; seemly convenanta; decenta
  • seesaw vi basculer
  • segment n segmento
  • seize vt sacer
  • seldom adv rare
  • select vt selecter || n selection asortatco; selecto; selections from... selectedos de...
  • selenium n (chem.: Se) selenio
  • self n mio; his true self iluya vera mio; self-respect autoéstimo || adj self-aware autoconcianta; self-appointed autoproclamationita; self-aware concianta si; selfsame ipsa || prn by myself sole || afx auto-
  • sell vt vender; sell for cash vender contante || n seller vendanto; vendisto
  • semantics n semántico
  • semen n spermo
  • semester n semestro
  • seminar n seminario
  • semiotics n semiótico
  • Semite n Semito
  • senate n senato
  • senator n senatano
  • send vt invier; send away expeder; forifer; forinvier || n sender expedinto
  • Senegal n Senegalia; Senegalese Senegaliano
  • senile adj senila
  • senior adj (after name) patro; George Bush, Sr. George Bush la patro; (higher rank) superiora; (older) plu etatanta || n (older) plu-etatanto; seniority plu-etato; superioritio
  • sense vt percepter; senter || n (faculty) sensu-poto; (feeling) sento; (meaning) senso; (one of the five senses) sensuo; (sensation) sento; a sense of beauty sensuo je belitio; sensation (feeling) sento; (widespread, excited interest) sensationo || adj sensational sensationisca; senseless (foolish) stulta; sensible inteligenta; prudenta; sapienta; (perceptible by the senses) sentébila; (person) rationiva; (sensitive) sentema; sentiva; (thing) rationisca; sensitive (capable of feeling) sentiva; (easily affected) sentema; (easily offended) fácile ofensébila; (impressionable) impresionébila
  • sensual adj sensuala
  • sentence n fraso
  • sentiment n sento || adj sentimental sentimentema
  • sentry n sentinelo; sentry box garito
  • sepal n (bot.) sepalo
  • separate vt separer || adj (distinct, isolated) aparta; separated separita
  • sepsis n sepso || adj septic sepsosa; septic tank sepsuyo
  • September n Septembro
  • septicemia n septicemio
  • sequester vt (jur.) secuestrer
  • serenade n serenato
  • serenata n serenato
  • serene adj serena
  • serf n serfo
  • series n serio
  • serious adj (earnest, sincere, not joking) seriosa; (weighty, not trifling) grava
  • serum n sero
  • serve vt server; (a writ, warrant) notificher; presentationer judichistisca mandationo; (food, drink) (serve) dationer || n servant servisto; server (comput.) servitoro; service servo; serviceman militaro
  • set vt (fix) fixer; (math) insímulo; (place) poner || vi (the sun) ocaser; set off (head out) directioner si ad || n (of matching, related things) completo; setting ambientatco
  • settle vt deciser || n settlement colonieto
  • seven card septa; seventy septideça || ord seventh septésima; seventieth septidecésima || fract seventh septavo
  • several adj (different) diferanta; (diverse) diversa; (indef amount) alicuanta; (more than one) plura; (more than two, but not many) alicuanteta; cualca
  • severe adj severa
  • sew vt suter
  • sewer n cloaco
  • sex n (act) coito; (gender) sexo; have sex with (intercourse) coiter cun; sex appeal sex-atracto; sexiitio; sexism sexismo; sexist sexisto; sexpot erótic(is)o; sexuality sexischitio; (orientation) sexemitio; the opposite sex la áltera sexo || adj sexual sexisca; sexual impulse eroto; sexual pleasure volupto; sexy erótica; séxica
  • Seychelles n Seyçhelia; Seychellois Seyçheliano
  • shad n (zool.: Alosa) alauso
  • shadow n umbro
  • shaft n (arrow) fleçho; (bar, rod, pole) stango; (drive shaft) ax-árboro; (handle) manubrio; (of a cart) timono; (of a column) fusto; (of an arrow, spear) fusto; (of light) radio; (of machinery) árboro; (of mines, elevators, vents, wells) púteo
  • shag n vilo || adj shaggy vilosa
  • shah n shaho
  • shake vt sucuser; shake hands with stringer manuos || vi tremuler
  • shallow adj desprofunda
  • shaman n shamano
  • shame n verecundo; what a shame! cuala regretando!
  • shampoo n shampúo || vt shampuijer
  • share vt partomdationer; (distribute) distributer; (divide among) diviser; (give out indiscriminately) disdationer; (have jointly) cunhaber; (participate) parti-prender (de); (use, do, experience jointly) partejer || n parto; (fin) actiono; (portion) portiono; shareholder (fin) actionisto; the lion's share la maxim granda parto
  • shark n scualo
  • sharp adj (clear-cut) nítida; (keen-edged) acuta; sechiva; (of mind) acuta; alerta; hábila; inteligenta; (of sound, disease) acuta; (pointed) puntalífera; sharp-eyed clar-vidanta || n (mus.) dieso
  • shatter vt fracaser
  • shave vt raser || vi raser si || n shaving cream rascrmo
  • shawl n shalo
  • she prn eli || afx -iso; she-goat capriso; she-surgeon chirurghiso
  • shear vt tonder
  • sheath n spadiero; vaíno || afx -ier
  • sheep n ovino
  • sheet n folio; lecti-tuco; (thin layer) lámino; sheet metal metal-lámino
  • shelf n planco
  • shell n (armor) armoro; (explosive) obuso; (of crustaceans, turtles) carapaço; (of eggs, nuts, etc.) cáscaro; (of fruits) cáscaro; (of mollusks) conchilio; (of turtle, armadillo, etc.) carapaço; (outer part) exteratco; (pod, as of peas, beans, etc.) sílicuo; (small-arms cartridge) cartoçho; shellfish conchiliefo; crustáceo; molusco || vt (bombard) bombarder; (remove the shell from) desconchiliizer; ecsilicuifer
  • shelter n abrigayo || vt abrigher
  • shepherd n ovinisto
  • sheriff n (U.S.) sherifo
  • shield n scuto
  • shift vt cambier || n (time worked) labor-veço
  • shill n shilisto
  • shine vi (emit light) luminer; (emit or reflect bright light) briler
  • ship n navo; sailing ship vel-navo; shipowner armatoro
  • shirt n camisio
  • shit n merdo; (nonsense) stultatco; no shit? ne futues mi!; nula stultatco?; (person) merdo; (stuff, belongings) merdo; I don't give a shit ecuilo ne importan ad mi ye dua merdos; in deep shit en la merdo; parfutuita; that's a crock of shit ecuilo es stultatco; to beat the shit out of someone batuazer álicu; to take a shit cacher; shit-stirrer merd-futuemo; shithead stultazo; shithole (unpleasant place) merdayo; this shithole of a country ecuista merda paeso; shitlist nigra listo || vt (talk nonsense to) I shit you not mi ne futuan vi; you're shitting me vi futuan mi || vi cacher; to shit (on) oneself cacher sur si || adj shitty merdosa || inter shit! conio!; futuer!; merdo!; tough shit! mala sorto!
  • shock vt (jar) shocher || n shock absorber amorticlo
  • shoe n calcéolo; shoelace lacio; shoemaker calceolefisto
  • shofar n shofaro
  • shoot vt (a movie) cinematografier; (an arrow) disparer; (shoot at) disparer (ce álicu, álico); (spout) jeter; (with a firearm) disparer; (wound by shooting) disparcolper; dispare vulnerer; focilijer; he was shot homi focilijin ili; ili focilijezin; the ball shot off his leg la cuglazo forportationin iluya gambo; the bullet shot him through the heart la cuglo travadin iluya cordio || n (bot.) súrculo
  • shop n botheco; (large) magasino; shopping cart mercat-cariteto; shopkeeper bothechisto; shoplifter bothechi-furtisto || vi bothechejer; bothechi-visiter; comprader
  • shore n ripo
  • short adj basa; (brief) curta; (length) curta; short story novelo || n shorthand stenografío || vt shorten curtifer
  • shortcoming n (imperfection) defecto
  • shorts n pantaloneto; shorto; short shorts shorteto
  • shot n (of espresso) doso; (shotgun pellets) cugletado; shot glass bicarieto; shotgun sclopeto
  • should v deveber
  • shoulder n humeralo; (auto) vial-látero; hard shoulder (auto) stábila vial-látero; shoulder blade scápulo; soft shoulder (auto) nestábila vial-látero
  • shout vt clamer; (inarticulately) criter
  • shovel n palelo
  • show vt monstrer || n radio show radiofonisca programo; showcase vitrino
  • shower n duçhiclo || vt duçher
  • shrapnel n mitralio
  • shrewd adj sagaça
  • shrike n (zool.: Laniidae) lanio
  • shrimp n crangono
  • shroud n sudario
  • shrub n arbusto; (with trunk) frútiço; (without trunk) arbúsculo; shrubland silvo; arbusti-bosco; arbusti-foresto
  • shrug vt altifer sua humeralo
  • shuffle vi trahiner sua pedos || vt (cards) (inter)mixturer
  • shuffleboard n shovelbordo
  • shun vt eviter; ignorer
  • shut vt cluder
  • shutter n (for windows) forículo
  • shuttle n feriboto; space shuttle spatiaz-feriboto
  • shy adj tímida
  • sibling n germano
  • sibyl n sibilo
  • Sicily n Sicilia
  • sick adj malata || n sickness malatitio || vi fall sick malatecer
  • sickle n falceto
  • side n látero; this side of cis; to see the bright side vider la positiva látero; sideboard platel-moblo; sidecar láter-caroceeto; sidewalk trotorio || vi side with partitecer cun || adv sideways adlátere
  • siege n asedio
  • sierra n siero; Sierra Leone Siero-Leono; Sierra Leonean Siero-Leonano
  • sieve n cribro
  • sigh vi suspirer
  • sign n signo; (in a shop, etc.) insignio || vt subscriber || vi signater
  • signal vt signaler || n signalo
  • signature n signatatco
  • signify vt significher
  • silence n silentio; code of silence lejo di taço || vt silentiifer
  • silent adj (not making a sound) silentiosa; (not saying a word) taçanta
  • silhouette n silueto
  • silicon n (chem.: Si) silicio
  • silicone n silicono
  • silk n seto
  • silly adj stulta
  • silver n (chem.: Ag) argento || adj silverware argenta vacelo
  • similar adj símila
  • simmer vt bulitionetifer
  • simple adj simpla; simplistic simplaçha || vt simplify simplifer
  • simplex adj unupla
  • simulate vt simuler
  • simultaneous adj simultánea; simultaneously simultánee
  • sin vi pecher
  • since prep (continuing state) I’ve been studying French for two years mi studan Francenso dex dua anuos; (from after the time of) dex post; (from the time of) dex || adv dexe || conj dex che; (because) pro che
  • sincere adj sincera
  • sing vt canter
  • Singapore n (city) Singapura; (island) Singapuria
  • singer n cantisto
  • single adj unopa; (one alone, not multiple) unupla; (sole) sola; única; (unmarried) céliba
  • singular adj (gram.) singulara || n (gram.) singularo
  • sinister adj (evil) malvatia; (malevolent) mal-volitionanta
  • sink n (fixed basin) lavabo || vt afunder || vi afundezer
  • sinus n sínuso
  • sir n senioro; (non-adult) seniorolo; (knightly honorific) dómino; Sir Elton John Dómino Elton John; Sir Lancelot Dómino Lancelot
  • siren n (all senses) sireno
  • Sirius n (astron.) Sirio
  • sister n germaniso; sororo; (relig.) german(is)o; sisterhood (organization) coleghisado; germanisado; (sisterliness) germanisitio; sister-in-law cognatiso || adj sisterly germanisesca; germanisisca; sororesca; sororisca
  • sit vi seder; sit down sedecer || adj seated (sitting) sedanta
  • site n situo
  • situate n situation (set of circumstances) situationo || adj situated situizita; to be situated situizezer
  • six card sesa; sixty sesdeça || ord sixth sesésima; sixtieth sesdecésima || fract sixth sesavo
  • size n granditio
  • skate vi (on ice) patinijer; (on wheels) scater || n skateboard scatbordo
  • skeleton n schéleto
  • skeptic n schéptico || adj schéptica
  • sketch vt (make rough drawing of) schizer || n (theat) comediosa ceneto
  • ski n schio; jet ski acui-scutero; ski pole schii-bastono
  • skid vi patinijaçher
  • skiff n schifo
  • skill n habilitio; (talent) talento || adj skillful hábila
  • skin n pelo
  • skip vi salteter || vt (omit) omiser; pretersalter
  • skipper n nav-çhefo
  • skirt n jupo || vt vader alonghe
  • skull n cranio; skullcap (zucchetto) piléolo
  • skunk n mofeto
  • sky n celo; skyscraper cel-gratanto || adv sky blue azura; celesche blava
  • slab n autopsiisca ménsulo; placo
  • slander vt (badmouth) maledicentier; (calumniate) calumnier; (defame) difamationer
  • slang n slango
  • slate n ardesio
  • slave n sclavo || vi laborazer sclavesche; sclaveser (ad)
  • sled n slito
  • sledgehammer n máleo
  • sleep vi dormer || n to go to sleep dormecer || adj sleeping car lecti-vagono; sleepy dormema
  • sleet n niv-grándino
  • sleeve n mánico
  • sleigh n tir-slito
  • slender adj svelta
  • slide n (phot) diapositivo || vi gliser
  • slight adj (thin) grácila
  • slim adj svelta
  • sling n fúndulo; jacticlo; armsling sharpo
  • slip vi (slide) gliser; (stumble) mispasuer; slip away departurer sine remarco; escaper
  • slipper n pantófulo
  • sloe n prunelo
  • slogan n slogano
  • slope n (a sloping surface) costario; (geom.) inclino; (shelf, embankment) taluto; (steep) scarpo
  • sloth n pigritio; (zool.) bradipo; pigritioso
  • Slovakia n Slovachia; Slovak Slovaco
  • sloven adj desnita
  • Slovenia n Slovenia; Slovene Sloveno
  • slow adj lenta
  • slug n limaço
  • slur vt pronuntier neclare
  • smack vt colp(et)er
  • small adj parva; small letter minúsculo
  • smart adj inteligenta; smartphone inteligenta teléfono; smartfono
  • smash vt aplaster; (to pieces) fracaser
  • smear vt (blot, streak) maculizer; (spread, daub) unger
  • smell vi (emit odor) odorer || vt (perceive odor) olfacter || n odoro
  • smile vi suriser || n suriso
  • smith n forgisto
  • smoke n fumo; smokestack fum-túbulo || vt (cigar, etc.) fumejer; (expose to smoke) fumizer || vi (produce smoke) fumefer
  • smolder vi subardezer
  • smooth adj lisia; plana || n smoothie (drink) fructi-pureo
  • smuggle vt contrabander
  • snail n cocléolo
  • snake n serpento
  • snare n (of a drum) tambur-cordo; (trap) trapo; snare drum cordi-tamburo
  • snarl vi grunder; ringher
  • snatch vt sacer || n (vulg.) conio
  • sneak vi (move stealthily) vader nevidate; sneak out of (avoid) eviter nevidate; sneak up on vener nevidate ad || vt (put) poner nevidate; (take) prender nevidate || n (tricky person) astuto; sneaker (athletic shoe) sportisca calcéolo || adj (without warning) sine adverto; sneak attack ataco sine adverto; sneaky astuta
  • sneeze vi sternuter
  • sniff vt (as a dog) olfactader; (inhale through the nose) snifer
  • snigger vi rider absconde
  • snob n snobo || adj snobbish snoba
  • snore vi roncher
  • snorkel n snórchelo; spiration-túbulo
  • snout n muselo
  • snow n nivatco; snowball niv-bulo; snowfall nivo; snowflake nivi-floco; snowmobile motor-slito || vi niver
  • so adv (in such a way) tale; (to such an extent) tante; and so on et tale pluse; so be it tale lo eses; so much for his promises! ecuilo valoran iluya promisos!; so much the tante; so much the better tante plu bone || adj so-so medii-bona; pasábila || conj (therefore) dunche; so what? et cuo?
  • soak vt humidazifer
  • soap n sapono
  • sob vi singulter
  • sober adj (not drunk) desebria; (sedate) sobria
  • soccer n football (or futbalo)
  • social adj sociisca; sociable amichecema; sociema; social circle societo
  • society n (general community) socio; (organization, club) societo; charitable society caritatisca societo; high society alta mundumo; to go into society entrer la mundumo
  • sociopath n sociópatho
  • sock n calceeto
  • socket n (gen., elec.) contacticliso; eye socket órbito; tooth socket alvéolo
  • socle n sóculo
  • soda n (soda pop) gasosa bibedo; gasoso; (soda water) seltzo; (sodium bicarbonate) sodo
  • sodium n (chem.: Na) natrio; sodio
  • sofa n sofó
  • soft adj (delicate) delicata; (easy) fácila; (foolish) stulta; (gentle) dulça; (ling.) dulça; (not hard) mola; (not loud) nelauta; sumisa; (pleasant to the senses) dulça; (smooth) dulça; lisia; (tender) ténera; (weak) débila; (weak-minded) imbécila; (yielding) mola; software softwaro || vt soften molifer; (tone down) amorter
  • soil n soliaro || vt spurchifer
  • sojourn vi sujurner || n sujurno
  • soldier n soldato; (serviceman) militaro
  • sole n (anat) plantaro; (of shoe) sóleo; (zool.) soléolo
  • solemn adj solemna
  • solicit vt soliciter
  • solid adj sólida || n sólido
  • solipsism n solipsismo
  • solitary adj solitaria
  • Solomon Islands n Salomonia; Solomon Islander Salomoniano
  • soluble adj (problem) solvébila; (substance) dissolvébila
  • solve vt solver
  • Somali n Somalo; Somalia Somalia
  • somber adj sombra
  • some adj (approximately) círcume; (indeterminate but not large quantity) alicuanteta; cualca; (indeterminate compound noun) on; (indeterminate person or thing) álica; she left all her money to some guy eli hereditedifin tota sia pecunio ad álica cherliçho; (indeterminate quantity) alicuanta || adv somewhat alicuantete; somehow alicuale; sometime alicuande; sometimes (certain times) an cualca témporos; an cuida témporos; (in repetition) an cualca veços; somewhat cualche; somewhere alicube || prn some believe that... cuidos credan che...; someone álicu; something álico || pos someone álicuya
  • son n filiiçho; grandson neptiçho; son-in-law afina filiiçho; gendriçho
  • sonar n sonaro
  • song n cantiono
  • sonobuoy n sonar-boyo
  • sonorous adj sonora
  • soon adv post pauca témporo; prompte; soon after prompte poste; sooner or later aprime aut afinale
  • soothsayer n divinationisto
  • sorcerer n mago
  • sore n plago
  • sorghum n sorgo
  • sorrel n oxalo
  • sorrowful adj desjoyosa; trista
  • sorry adj (feeling regret) regretanta; (miserable) mísera; (poor, inferior) inferiora; (regrettable, unfortunate) regretanda; I was sorry to hear that... ad mi desplacin sapecer che...; I'm sorry (apology) mi regretan; (vua) perdono; (regret) mi regretan; sad trista; to be sorry (regret) regreter; (repent) repeniter; to feel sorry for (have sympathy) compasioner
  • sort n specio
  • soul n ánimo
  • sound n sono || vi soner; (probe) sonder
  • soup n supo
  • sour adj acerba; acra
  • source n fonto
  • south n sudo; southerner sudano; southernwood (bot.: Artemisia abrotanum) abrótano || adj southern sudisca; southern wormwood (bot.: Artemisia abrotanum) abrótano
  • sovereign adj superana
  • Soviet n sovieto; Soviet Union Soviet-Union(atc)o; Sovietia
  • sow vt (a field) seminizer; (a seed, etc.) seminejer || n (animal) porchiso
  • soy n soyo; soybean soy-sémino
  • space n spatio; (outer space) spatiazo; space age spatiaz-eraro; space bar spatii-tasto; space capsule spatiaz-cápsulo; space flight spatiaz-volo; space probe sondi-rocheto; space station spatiaz-stationo; space suit spatiaz-vesto; space walk spatiaz-promeno; spacecraft astri-navo || vt space out interspatiizer || adj spacious ampla; capaça; vasta
  • spade n excaviclo; (cards) pic-stango
  • Spain n Hispania; Spaniard Hispaniano; (ethnic) Hispano || adj Spanish Hispana; Hispaniana; Spanish fly (pharm.) cantharidatco; (zool.) canthárido
  • spam n spamo || vt spamijer
  • spar n (nav.) vel-stango
  • spark n cintilo; spark plug cintileficlo || vi cintilefer
  • sparrow n pásero
  • sparse adj (not abundant) excarsa; (not frequent) rara; (scattered) dispersita; disseminejita
  • spasm n spasmo
  • spatter vt sparger
  • speak vi parler; so to speak tale dicer || n speaker (elec) laut-parlatoro || adj Klingon spoken here hic homi parlan Clingonenso || adv speaking of vacations concerne je vacationos
  • spear n lánceo
  • special adj speciala
  • specific adj concreta; (peculiar, special) particulara; (precise) exacta; explícita; precisa; specifichita; (singular) única || adv specifically explícite; precise || n specifics concretatcos; detaliatcos; particularatcos
  • specify vt specificher
  • specimen n specímino
  • spectacle n spectáculo
  • spectate vt specter
  • spectator n spectanto
  • spectrum n spectro
  • speculate vi (stocks) agioter
  • speech n parlo; (power of) parli-poto; part of speech vocábul-specio
  • speed n (gear ratio) velocitatumo; (in one direction) velocitato; (quickness) rapiditio; speed limit velocitat-límito; velocitat-máximo
  • speleology n speleologhío; speleologist speleólogo
  • spell vt speler; spell out literejer || n (enchantment) incanto
  • spelt n spelto
  • spend vt (be lavish of) prodigher; (exhaust, consume) consumer; exhauster; (money, strength) expenser; (time) pasifer; (waste) disiper
  • sperm n spermo
  • sphalerite n sfalerito
  • sphere n sfero
  • spice n spicio
  • spider n aráneo
  • spin vt (cause to whirl around) rotationader; (reinterpret) riinterpreter
  • spinach n spinacio
  • spindle n fuselo
  • spine n spinalo
  • spinel n spinelo
  • spiral adj spirala
  • spirit n spírito
  • spit vt sputer || n (culinary) spito
  • spite n despito; in spite of malgrate
  • splash vt sparger; (bespatter) adsparger
  • splatter vt sparger
  • splendid adj spléndida
  • splice vt spliser
  • split vt finder || n findatco
  • spoil vt damner || n spoils despoliatco
  • spoke n rot-radio
  • sponge n spongio
  • spontaneous adj spontánea
  • spool n bobino
  • spoon n coclearo
  • sporadic adj sporádica
  • spore n sporo
  • sport n sporto; sport jacket sportisca jaco; sports car sportiva vecturo
  • spot n máculo || vt (notice) remarcher; (recognize) ricognocer
  • spouse n sponso
  • spout n (of a vessel) beco; fusiclo || vt (declaim) declamation(açh)er; (gush forth) jeter || vi (gush forth) jetezer
  • spray vt (disperse in a jet of droplets) sparger
  • spread vt disperser; disseminejer; (diffuse) disfuser
  • spreadsheet vt tabel-calculatoro
  • spring n (mechanical) resorto; (source) fonto; springtime primavero; warm spring térmulo
  • sprinkle vt (with powder) pulverizer; (with salt) salizer; besprinkle adsparger || vi (rain a little) pluveter || n sprinkler acuiziclo; spargiclo
  • sprite n coboldo; elfo; fado
  • sprout n súrculo
  • spur n sporono
  • spurious adj falsa; falsifita
  • spurt vi (gush forth) jetezer || vt (gush forth) jeter
  • spy n spiisto || vt spier
  • squad n (milit.) scuadro
  • squadron n (cavalry) scuadrono; (naut.) scuadrono
  • square n cuadrato; (in town) pláteo
  • squash vt aplaster || n cucúrbito
  • squeeze vt (press) preser; (tightly enfold) stringer; squeeze out ecpreser
  • squid n calamario
  • squint vi cludeter sua óculos; (med.) strabeser; squint at reguarder oblicue
  • squirrel n scuriolo
  • squirt vt (spurt) jeter || vi (spurt) jetiezer
  • Sri-Lanka n Sri-Lanca
  • stable adj stábila || n (for animals) stábulo
  • stadium n stadio
  • staff n personalo; (stick) bastono
  • stag n cerviçho; stag beetle lucano
  • stage n (of a journey) etapo; (of a theater) cenayo; (of development) faso; stagehand machinisto
  • stagnate vi stagner || adj stagnant stagnanta
  • stain n máculo
  • stairs n scalario
  • stalk n (fruit, flower, or leaf-bearing stem) caulelo; (peduncle) cauleleto; (petiole) cauleleto || vt (game) cacier abscondite; (harass with unwanted attention) stalcher
  • stamen n stámino
  • stammer vt balbutier
  • stamp vt (dies) puntioner; (engrave) gravurer; (impress) impresioner; (imprint on the surface of) stamper; (indicate) indicher; (mark) marchizer; (print) impreser; (put a postage stamp on) postal-marchizer; (with feet) suploser || n stampatco; stampiclo; stampo; (for a die) puntioniclo; (of foot) suploso; (post mark) postal-stampatco; (postage stamp) postal-marco; (revenue stamp) impost-marco
  • stand vi ster; stand up stecer || n stand of trees arborado
  • standard n normo; (flag) standardo
  • stanza n stantio
  • staple n (fastener) crapo; stapler crapiziclo
  • star n stelo; starfish marstelo
  • starch n ámilo || vt amilizer
  • stare vt reguardazer; reguarder fixite
  • starling n sturno
  • start vt (set going for first time) initier || adj starting from departuranta de
  • starter n (auto) starticlo
  • starve vt famin(az)ifer
  • state n stando; (pol.) stato; stateroom cabino
  • static n atmosferisca perturbationo
  • station n pósteno; stationo; station master station-çhefo
  • stationary adj stationaria
  • stationery n scribiclado
  • statue n statuo
  • stature n staturo
  • status n rango; stando
  • stave n (of a barrel) dogo; (stick) bastono || vt to stave off ajurner; forpulser; fortener; postponer; ripulser
  • stay vi rester || n stay of execution suspendo je executiono
  • stead n viço
  • steadfast adj firma
  • steak n (a cut) secatco; (beefsteak) bifsteco
  • steal vt furter; (by violence) rauber; (kidnap) rapter
  • stealth n furtivitio; by stealth abscondite; furtive; secrete; stealth bomber furtiva bomb-aviono
  • steam n vaporo; steam fog vapor-nébulo; steamboat piróscafo; vapor-barco; vapor-navo || vt vaporizer
  • steel n aciario; steelyard (Roman balance) Romana bilancio
  • steep adj scarpa; scarpesca
  • steer vt directioner; sturer || adj steering wheel direction-roto
  • stencil n (cut-out letters, design, etc.) patronelo; (for mimeograph, etc.) stencilo
  • step n pasuo; (rung) scalono || vt to take steps to prender mensuros || vi pasuer || afx step- -astro
  • stereophony n stereofonío
  • stereotype n stereotipo
  • sterile adj (free of germs) sterilifita; (infertile) stérila
  • stern n (naut) popo
  • sternum n sterno
  • steroid n steroido
  • sterol n sterolo
  • stew vt extufationer || n extufationatco
  • steward n ecónomo; (on ship, plane) camarario
  • stick n bastono || vt adhesifer; glutinizer || adj sticky glutinesca
  • stiff adj (rigid) rígida; (strong) forta; I need a stiff drink! mi besonian on forta trinchedo!; mi besonian trincher álico forta!
  • stigma n stigmo
  • still adj calma || adv incore; tamen
  • stimulate vt stimuler
  • sting vt picher
  • stingray n pic-rayo
  • stipe n stípito
  • stipend n stipendio
  • stipulation n conditiono
  • stirrup n stapio
  • stock n bothec-asortatco; (com.) stoco; (financial shares) actionos; (of a rifle) fusto; stock exchange borso; stock market crash bors-colapso; to take stock of one's life evaluter sua vivo; stockbroker borsisto; stockholder (fin) actionisto
  • stocking n cálceo; (sheer) calcino
  • stoic adj stóica
  • stomach n stómaco
  • stomatology n stomatologhío; stomatologist stomatólogo
  • stomp vt suploser
  • stone n (large rock, boulder) róculo; saxazo; (material substance) petro; (pebble) saxeto; (piece of rock) saxo
  • stool n scabelo
  • stoop vi incliner si
  • stop vt (cease) cesationer -er; stop up obturer || vi halter; stop! haltes! || n (bus, train, etc.) haltayo; full stop punto; stopper obturiclo; tapo
  • store n (provision) provisatco; (shop) botheco; (warehouse) magasino; grocery store alimentisca botheco; storekeeper bothechisto || vt (keep) conserver; (provide) proviser; (put into computer memory) enmemoruyifer
  • storey n stajo
  • stork n ciconio
  • storm n (Beaufort level 10) tempestato; (Beaufort level 11) tempestatazo || vt asalter
  • story n historio; raconto
  • stout adj grosa; robusta
  • stove n (for heating or cooking) furnelo; (heater) extufo
  • straight adj recta
  • strain vt efortiifer; tender || adj strained (politeness, laugh, etc.) fortiata
  • straits n marstricto
  • strange adj extránea
  • stranger n necognoçato
  • strangle vt stranguler
  • strap n (belt, etc.) cinto di securitio; (thong) corigio; to put a strap on poner cinto di securitio
  • stratagem n stratagemo
  • strategist n stratego; strategy strateghio
  • stratosphere n stratosfero
  • stratum n strato
  • straw n páleo
  • strawberry n frago
  • stray vi vagher
  • streak n strio
  • stream n rucelo; (flow) fluo; streamer banderolo || vt fluifer; (broadcast) flu-transmiser; streamline simplifer || vi fluer
  • street n strado; Main Street strado Principala; street-sweeper (person) strad-scopijisto; (vehicle) scopij-vecturo; street Arab, street urchin (archaic) gamino; streetcar tramo; streetlight strad-lámpado
  • stress n streso
  • stretch vt (extend, reach out) extenser; (lengthen as from strain) tender || n stretcher lectico
  • strew vt disseminejer
  • strict adj stricta
  • strike vt (hit) colper; (to produce a sound) fraper || vi (go on strike) exoperecer || n (refusal to do something required) exópero
  • string n cordeto; string bean vírida faselo; string instrument cord-instrumento
  • stringent adj stricta
  • strip n bendo; striptease strip(tiz)o || vt (remove the bark from) descorticizer || vi (perform a striptease) strip(tiz)er
  • stripe n bendo
  • strive vi efortier
  • stroboscope n stroboscopio
  • stroke n strico; (med.) ataco da apoplexío; (one movement or pass, as of a tool) stroco
  • strong adj forta || n strongbox forta cofro; forta casho
  • strontium n (chem.: Sr) strontio
  • strophe n strofo
  • structure n structuro
  • struggle vi lucter
  • stubble n stúpulo
  • stubborn adj obstinanta
  • stucco n stuco
  • stuck adj fixita; stuck-up egoista
  • student n alumno; (university) studento
  • studio n studio
  • study vt studer || n (act) studo; (room) studayo
  • stuff n materialo || vt (fill) plenifer
  • stun vt exturder
  • stunt n (dangerous trick) stunto
  • stupid adj stúpida
  • stupor n stuporo; to be in a stupor stuporer
  • stutter vt balbutier
  • style n stilo
  • subdue vt submiser; (animals, passions) domiter; (tone down) amorter || adj subdued (color, light) amortita
  • subject n (gram.) subjecto; (person governed) gubernato; (thing discussed) themo
  • subjective adj subjectisca
  • subjugate vt submiser; (animals, passions) domiter
  • submarine n submarino
  • submerge vt submerser
  • submissive adj submisezema
  • submit vi submiser si
  • subscribe vt (to magazine) aboner
  • subside vi (abate) cuietecer; lenecer; moderezer; (lower) basecer
  • subsist vi subsister
  • substance n substantio
  • subtend vt (geom.) subtenser
  • subtle adj subtila
  • subtract vt subtracter
  • suburb n suburbo
  • subvert vt subverser || adj subversive subversanta; subversema; subversiva
  • subway n metropolitano
  • succeed vi (accomplish goal) succeser || vt (come after) succesioner
  • success n succeso
  • succumb vi sucumber
  • such cor tala; a man such as me on hómino cuala mi; such as it is tala cuala li es; such-and-such álica aut áltera
  • suck vt sucter; this sucks ecuisto es on merdo || n sucker (bot.) extrasúrculo; sucker punch basa colpo
  • suckle vt alacter
  • Sudan n Sudania; Sudanese Sudaniano
  • Sudanese n Sudanano
  • sudden adj súbita
  • sue vt proceser
  • suffer vi (be afflicted by) suferer
  • suffix n sufixo
  • suffocate vt sufocher; (by constriction) stranguler; (by obstruction) afocher
  • sugar n súcaro; sugar cane súcar-cano
  • suggest vt sugester || n suggestion sugesto
  • suicide n suicido
  • suit vi convener || n (set of clothes designed to be worn together) completa vestado; suitcase valisio || adj suitable convenanta
  • sulfur n (chem.: S) súlfuro
  • sullen adj desafábila
  • sultan n sultano
  • sultana n sultanino
  • sum n sumo
  • summary adj (brief) resuma; (without formalities) sumaria || n resumo
  • summer n estato
  • summit n (of a mountain) sumitato
  • summon vt advocher; (law) citationer
  • sun n solelo; sunbonnet solel-cofio; suncup (bot.: Oenothera) enothero; sundrop (bot.: Oenothera) enothero; sunrise solel-levezo; sunroof solel-tecto; sunset solel-ocaso || vi sunbathe solelijezer; solel-balneezer; suntan solel-brunecer
  • Sunday n Domínico
  • sup vi supeer || n supper (evening) dino; (late) supeo
  • super- afx super
  • superficial adj superficiisca
  • superfluous adj superflua
  • superintendent n superintendanto
  • superior adj súpera
  • supernova n supernovo
  • superstition n superstitiono || adj superstitious superstitionosa
  • supervise vt superviser
  • supplant vt suplanter
  • supplicate vi suplicher
  • supply vt (temporarily make up for what is lacking) supleter || n supply and demand ófero et demando
  • support vt (bear the weight of) suporter; (endure) tolerer; (help) adjuter; (keep in the needs of life) sustiner; (prevent from falling) apodier; subtener; (prop, stay) apodier; to support oneself (from falling) apodier si; (in necessities) sustiner si || n (act of supporting) suporto; (livelihood) sustino; (prop) apodiiclo; subteniclo; suporticlo; supporter (person) apodianto; suportanto; (prop) apodiiclo || adj supportable tolerébila
  • suppose vt suposer || adv supposedly suposébile
  • suppress vt represer
  • supreme adj supra
  • surcharge n superpretio
  • sure adj certana; (certain) sure thing guarantata succeso; to make sure certifer
  • surf n undi-spumo || vt surfer
  • surface n superficio
  • surgeon n chirurgo
  • surgery n chirurghío
  • Suriname n Surinamia; Surinamese Surinamiano
  • surpass vt superpaser; supervader
  • surprise vt surpriser
  • surreal adj sureala
  • surrender vt cesioner || vi capitulationer
  • surreptitious adj surepticia
  • surround vt circumder
  • surtout n surtuto
  • survive vt postviver
  • suspect vt suspecter
  • suspend vt (functions, judgment, privileges) suspender; (hang) pendifer; (particles in liquid) suspensioner || n suspenders (for pants) bretelo; suspension bridge pendanta ponto
  • suspense n (anxious uncertainty) suspenso
  • suspicion n suspecto || adj suspicious (having suspicions) suspectosa; (inclined to suspect) suspectema; (open to suspicion) suspectanda
  • sustain vt (endure) tolerer; (suffer) suferer
  • svelte adj svelta
  • swallow n hirúndino || vt gluter
  • swamp n paludo
  • swan n cigno
  • swarm n examo || vi (form a swarm) examefer; (move as a swarm) examejer
  • sway n hold sway dominationer || vt (arms, hips, pendulums) ocilifer
  • Swaziland n Suazilandia; Swazi Suazilandiano
  • swear vt jurer || vi (use offensive language) parluçher
  • sweat vt sudorer || n sweatshop explotaçherío
  • sweater n (cardigan) cardigano; (pullover) pulóvero
  • Sweden n Suedia; Swede Suedo
  • sweep vt scopijer || n sweepings scopijedos
  • sweet adj dulça || n (candy) dulçatco; sucaratco
  • swell vi (become convex) convexecer; (rise in billow form) undefer; (with fluid) tumer || vt (fill) plenifer; (increase) augmenter; plu-grandifer; (with air) infler; (with fluid) tumifer || n swelling tumatco
  • swift adj rápida || n (zool.) ápodo
  • swim vi nater
  • swing vt (arms, hips, pendulums) ocilifer || n swing bridge turn-ponto
  • switch vt switch off extinguer; switch on accensioner || n suiçho
  • Switzerland n Helvetia; Suicia; Swiss Helveto; Suiciano
  • swoon vi suoner
  • swoop vi plumbicher
  • sword n spado; (saber) sablo; bastard sword (long blade, hand-and-a-half grip) bastarda spado; sword blade spad-lamno; sword-bearer spadígero; to wield a sword spadijer; two-handed sword spado por dua manuos; broadsword larga spado; great-sword (large long-sword) granda spado; spadazo; long-sword (long blade, long grip) longa spado; short-sword (short blade, one-handed grip) gladio; swordsman spadijisto; swordstick spad-bastono
  • syllable n sílabo
  • syllabus n (law; any summary) resumo; (of course of instruction) programo di studo
  • symbol n símbolo
  • symmetry n simetritio || adj symmetrical simetra
  • sympathy n (compassion) compasiono; (mutual liking, affinity of feelings, harmony) simpathitio || vi sympathize with compasioner; simpatheser || adj sympathetic (likeable) símpatha; (sympathetic nervous system) simpática
  • symphony n simfonío
  • symptom n símptomo
  • synagogue n sinagogo
  • synapse n sinapso
  • synchronous adj síncrona || vt synchronize sincronifer
  • syndic n síndico
  • syndicate n sindicato
  • syndrome n síndromo
  • synecdoche n sinécdoco
  • synonym n sinónimo || adj synomynous sinónima
  • syntax n sintaxo
  • synthesis n síntheso || vt synthesize sintheser || adj synthetic sinthesisca
  • syphilis n sifílido
  • Syria n Siria; Syrian Siriano
  • syrup n siropo
  • system n sistemo


T

  • T n T-shirt T-camisio
  • table n (furniture) ménsulo; (list) tabelo; coffee table cafe-ménsulo; tablecloth ménsul-tuco
  • tablet n tabuleto
  • taboo adj tabúa || n (person or thing prohibited) tabúo; (prohibition) tabuifo
  • tabor n cordi-tambureto
  • tabulate vt tabelifer
  • tachometer n tacómetro
  • tack n cloveto; (naut) virationo; tacking virationado
  • tackle vt (attack) atach(eç)er; (sports) tacler
  • tact n tacto || adj tactful diplómata; tactosa
  • tail n caudo; taillight (auto) détrea lámpado
  • tailor n sartoro
  • Taiwan n Taiwania; Taiwanese Taiwaniano
  • Tajikistan n Tagichia; Tajik Tagico
  • take vt prender
  • talent n ingeniemitio; talento
  • talk vt we really need to talk nos devan parler (seriose) || n small talk cortesa converso || adj talkative parlema
  • tall adj alta
  • tambourine n tamburino
  • tame vt (domesticate) mansuetifer
  • tampon n tampono
  • tan n (color) taneo; (from the sun) brunifo; (tanbark) tano; tanning bed brunif-lecto || vt tanijer || adj tanea
  • tangent n tangento || adj tangenta
  • tangible adj palpébila
  • tank n cisterno; tanco; gas tank gasolinuyo; tank top athleti-camisio
  • tansy n (bot.) tanaceto
  • tantalum n (chem.: Ta) tantalio
  • Tanzania n Tanzania; Tanzanian Tanzaniano
  • Tao n Dao; Tao Te Ching Daodejing
  • tap n (for draining liquids) robineto
  • tape n ribando; adhesive tape adhesiva ribando; tape measure mensur-ribando; tape recorder magnetófono
  • tapestry n tapetio
  • tar n catrano
  • target n mirationedo
  • tariff n tarifo; taxationado
  • tarot n (card) taroco; (game) tarocos
  • tartan n (plaid cloth) tartarino
  • tartane n (ship) tartano
  • tartar n tartárico || adj tartaric acid tartáric-ácido
  • Tartarus n Tártaro
  • tarte tatin n pom-tarto
  • task n tasco
  • taste vt guster || vi (have a certain flavor) saporer || n gusto; (flavor) saporo; people of taste personos cun bona gusto || adj tasteful bon-gusta
  • Tatar n Tataro
  • tattoo vt tatuer || n tatuatco
  • tauten vt tender
  • tavern n taberno
  • tawny adj fulva
  • tax vt (assess tax owed) taxationer; (put a tax on) imposter || n (amount owed) impostatco; taxationatco; taxer taxationisto
  • taxi n taxí; taximetrígero; taxi driver taxiisto
  • taxidermy n taxidermio
  • taxonomy n taxonomío; taxonomist taxónomo
  • tea n teo; Tea Party te-cunveno; (pol.) Te-Partito; tea time te-horo; teapot te-úrceo
  • teach vt (a subject) insigner; (instruct) instructer || n teacher insignanto; (instructor) instructisto; (university) profesoro
  • teal n (zool.) cerceto || adj cercetea
  • team n scuadro
  • tear n lácrimo || vt (lacerate) lacerer; to tear out (hair, eyes, page) evulser || adj tear gas lacrimógena gaso
  • tease vt vexeter
  • technetium n (chem.: Tc) tecnetio
  • technical adj tecnichisca
  • technique n técnico
  • technology n tecnologío; technologist tecnólogo
  • teen n adulteçanto || adj adulteçanta
  • telecommunication n telecomunicado
  • telegraph vt telegrafijer
  • telephone n teléfono; telephone booth telefonisca cabino; telephone number teléfon-número
  • televiewer n telespectanto
  • television n (industry, medium) televisiono; television set televisoro || vt televise teletransmiser
  • tell vt raconter
  • tellurium n (chem.: Te) telurio
  • temper n (anger) iraço; iraemitio; (mood) humoro; (quality of metals) duritio; (temperament) temperamento; lose one’s temper iracecer; put in a temper iracifer; to be in a bad temper eser en mala humoro; vent one’s temper lacer erupter sua iraço || vt (harden metals) durifer; recocer; (moderate) moderer; temperer
  • temperament n temperamento
  • temperature n temperaturo
  • tempest n (Beaufort level 11) tempestatazo
  • template n patronelo
  • temple n templo; (anat) temporalo
  • temporary adj provisoria; temporaria
  • tempt vt tempter
  • ten card deça || ord tenth decésima || fract tenth deçavo
  • tenacious adj tenaça
  • tend vi (be directed, inclined) incliner si; tendentier || vt (care for) curer || n tendency (motion, inclination) tendentio
  • tender adj (loving) ténera; (soft) mola || n legal tender lejasca pecunio
  • tennis n tenís
  • tense adj (med, phys) tendata || n (gram.) témporo; tension tendezo
  • tent n tento
  • tentative adj éproba; eprobisca
  • tera- afx (million million) tera-
  • terbium n (chem.: Tb) terbio
  • term n término
  • terminal adj finisca; terminisca || n extrematco; (elec.) conecti-punto; (R.R.) fervialisca término; computer terminal terminalo
  • terminate vt (finish) finer; (make cease) cesationifer; terminejer
  • termite n térmito
  • terrace n teráceo
  • terrible adj (bad) malaza; (terrifying) teroriva
  • terrify vt terorer
  • territory n teritorio
  • terror n teroro; reign of terror regno di teroro || vt terrorize terorizer
  • test vt (check, verify) controler; (examine) examiner; (try out) eprober
  • testament n testamento
  • testify vt atester
  • testimonial adj atestisca
  • testosterone n testosterono
  • text n texto
  • texture n texturo
  • Thailand n Thailandia; Thai Thailandiano
  • thalassemia n thalasemio
  • thallium n (chem.: Tl) tháliumo
  • thallophyte n thalofito
  • than conj cam
  • thank vt regratier || n thanks regratio; thanks to regratio ad || adj thankful gratitudinosa || inter thanks! regratio!
  • that prn ecuilo; that is (i.e.) ecuilo es; that one ecuila; that which ecuilo cua || conj che || rel cua
  • thaw vi desgelezer || vt desgeler
  • the art la; (generic) il; one small step for (a) man, one giant leap for mankind una parva pasuo por on humano, una grandaza salto por il humanado; the...the... cuante...tante...
  • theater n theatro
  • their pos lora; (reflexive) sua || prn theirselves si
  • theme n themo
  • then cor alore || adv dunche
  • thence adv deilác
  • theorem n theoremo
  • theory n theorío || adj theoretical theoriisca || adv theoretically theoríe
  • therapy n thérap(ad)o; therapeutics therapío; therapist therapisto
  • there cor ilác; there is/there are ci es; therefore dunche
  • thermos n therm(obotel)o
  • thermostat n thermóstato
  • they prn los; (people, one) homi
  • thick adj (abundant) abundanta; (dense) densa; (large depth) grosa; a thick wall grosa muro; (viscous) viscosa; through thick and thin eventes cuo cunche || n thickness grositio
  • thicket n densatco; foresteto
  • thief n furtisto; latrono
  • thigh n coxo
  • thin adj (lean) macra; (slender) tenua
  • thing n coso
  • think vt penser; think highly of apretier || vi opiner
  • third ord triésima || fract triavo
  • thirst vi siter || n sito || adj thirsty sitanta
  • thirteen card decem tria || ord thirteenth decem triésima
  • thirty card trideça || ord thirtieth tridecésima
  • this cor ecuista; ecuisto
  • thistle n carduo
  • thither adv adilác
  • thong n (strap) corigio
  • thorax n thoraço
  • thorium n (chem.: Th) thorio
  • thorn n spino
  • thou prn ti
  • though conj cuancam; malgrate ecuilo
  • thought n penso
  • thousand card mila || ord thousandth milésima
  • thread n filo || vt (beads) surfilifer; (needle) filizer
  • threaten vt minacier
  • three card tria
  • thrice adv tri-vece
  • thrill vt eccitationer; enthusiasmifer; to be thrilled to death eser contentaza || n thriller suspensoso
  • throat n gurgo
  • thrombin n thrombino
  • thrombocyte n thrombocito
  • throne n throno
  • through prep tra; throughout dum la tota; en omna parto di; tra la tota || afx par-
  • throw vt jacter; throw away forjacter; throw back retrojacter
  • thuja n thuyo
  • thulium n (chem.: Tm) thulio
  • thumb n póliço
  • thunder n tónitro; thunder storm tonitrosa (aut fulminosa) tempestato || vi tonitrer
  • Thursday n Jovdio
  • thus cor tale
  • thwart vt frustrer; impeder
  • thy pos tua
  • Tibet n Tibetia; Tibetan Tibetiano
  • tick vt (mite) ácaro
  • ticket n bileto; round trip ticket bileto por vado et riveno; ticket collector bilet-controlisto; ticket holder bilet-tenanto; ticket office biletayo
  • tickle vt titiler
  • tide n mareo; high tide alta mareo; low tide basa mareo
  • tidy adj neta
  • tie vt ligher || n lighiclo
  • tiger n tigro; tiger cat (zool.: Leopardus tigrinus) oncilo
  • tight adj stricta || n tights calceazo
  • tile n (for roof) tégulo
  • tilt vt incliner
  • timber n ligno
  • timbre n timbro
  • time n témporo; veço; at times an álica veços; for the time being dum la nuna témporo; nun-témpore; from time to time de témporo ad témporo; it's about time! lo jam esin la horo!; time table hor-listo; time zone horzono || adv what time is it? cua témporo lo es?
  • timid adj tímida
  • tin n (can) latato; (chem.: Sn) stano; tinplate lato
  • tinder n fómito
  • tingle vt pichetader
  • tiny adj parvaza
  • tip n puntalo; (gratuity) gratificatco || vt over volvicher; (capsize) renverser
  • tire vt tedier || n (auto) neumático || adj tired fatighita
  • tissue n texatco; (bio.) histo
  • tit n teto
  • titanium n (chem.: Ti) titanio
  • title n título
  • to prep ad; (as far as) usche; (comparison) I prefer this to that mi préferan ecuisto cam ecuilo; (in infinitives) -er; I’d love to! voluntarie!; we didn’t want to sell it, but we had to nos ne volitionin vender li, mas nos devin facer lo; (time) five minutes to five cuatra clocos cinchidecem cinca; quarter to five cuatra clocos et tria cuatravos; twenty to five cuatra clocos cuatrdeça; (toward) versum; according to secuno (che); five to one cinca contre una; from Milan to Minsk de Milano usche Minsc; from morning to night de la matino usche la nocto; in order to por che...-er; it's my turn to speak lo es mea veço parler; to and fro adabántee et retro; to fall to ruin decadentiecer; to turn one's head to someone turner sua cápito vers álicu; today hodie; tonight hodie nocte; up to now usche nun
  • toad n bufónulo
  • toast n (cook) toster || vi (drink) brinder (por, ad)
  • tobacco n tabaco
  • today adv hodie; a week from today an septimano post hodie
  • toddle vi troteter
  • toe n ped-dígito
  • toffee n tofio
  • tofu n tofu
  • together adv cune
  • Togo n Togo; Togano Togano
  • toilet n latrino; (grooming, etc.) toileto; toilet paper higienisca papero
  • tolerate vt tolerer
  • toluene n tolueno
  • tomato n tomato
  • tome n volumo
  • tomograph n tomógrafo; tomography tomografío
  • tomorrow adv demane; the day after tomorrow post-demane
  • ton n (1,000 kg) tonelato; (2,000 lbs.) Usoniana tonelato; (2,240 lbs.) Anglisca tonelato
  • tone n tono || vt tone down moderer
  • Tonga n Tonga; Tongan Tongano
  • tongs n pinciclazo
  • tongue n linguo
  • too adv anche; too much nim(e)
  • tool n utensilo || afx -iclo
  • tooth n dento; toothache denti-doloro; toothbrush denti-brucio; toothpaste denti-pasto
  • top n supratco; (of a convertible car) caputio; on top of supre sur; the top of la supratco di; topmast supra masto || adj topless (bare-breasted) nud-sena
  • topic n themo || adj topical actuala
  • Torah n Torá
  • torch n torçho
  • tornado n tornado
  • torsion n torço; torsion balance torç-bilancio
  • torso n torso
  • tortoise n tortuco
  • torture vt tormenter; (deliberately, methodically) torturer
  • total n sumo
  • touch vt palper; tocher || n (sense) tacto; touchstone toc-saxo
  • tough adj dura
  • tour vi (as a performer) turneer; (as a tourist) torer || n toro; turneo; tourism torismo; tourist toristo; grand tourer (auto.) granda torivo; touring car (auto.) toriva vecturo
  • tournament n torneo
  • tourney vi torneer || n torneo
  • tow vt (pull as trailer) remulcher; (pull behind, drag) trahiner || n remulco; tráhino; (fibre) stupo; in tow remulcata; trahinata; tow truck remulchi-camiono
  • toward prep versum
  • towel n toalio
  • tower n turo
  • town n civitateto; town council municipii-conselo; town hall civitat-gubernerío; townhouse adjuntita domo
  • toxic adj tóxica || n tóxico
  • toxin n toxino
  • toy n jochiclo; (miniature plaything) jocátulo
  • trace vt (draw) tractier; (investigate) explorer; (through paper) calcationer; (track) secuer per la tracios || n (in harness) tir-corigio; (small quantity) cuanteto; (track, mark) tracio; tracer bullet tracii-cuglo; tracing paper calcation-papero
  • trachea n tracheo
  • track n (path) sentario; (runway) pisto
  • tract n (of country) extensatco; regiono
  • traction n tractiono
  • tractor n (agricultural) tractoro; tractor unit stradisca tractoro
  • trade n (commerce) comercio; be in the cotton trade comercier sopre cotono; in the trade en la afaros; en la comercio; trade is dull afaros, comercio stagnan; (skilled job) minsterio; profesiono; by trade secuno (sua, luya) minsterio; learn a trade aprenser minsterio; free trade líbera cambio; trade balance comerciisca bilancio; (remainder) restatco; trader comerciisto || vt (swap) intercambier || vi (buy and sell goods) comercier (sopre); (sell) vender || adj trade wind aliseo
  • tradition n traditiono
  • traffic n tráfico; traffic light semáforo
  • tragacanth n (bot.) tragacantho
  • tragedy n tragedio
  • tragic n tragediesca
  • trail n (marks left) traciado; (path) sentario
  • trailer n remulchedo; (for living in) caravano
  • train n traino; express train rápida traino || vt (break in animals) adextrer; (soldiers) dicipliner; exerciter; practicher la exércitos; (teach a skill through practice and instruction) intrainer || vi (for sports, battle) preparer si
  • tram n tramo
  • trample vt (crush) aplaster || vi trample on (stamp, paw) calcher
  • trance n trancio
  • tranquil adj trancuila
  • trans- afx trans-; transatlantic transatlántica
  • transfer vt transferer
  • transform vt transformifer
  • transfuse vt transfuser
  • transgress vt violationer
  • transit vt transiter || adj transitive transitiva
  • translate vt traducter
  • transmission n (auto) transmisiono
  • transmit vt transmiser; (TV, radio) emiser
  • transparent adj transparenta
  • transport vt transportationer || n transportationiclo
  • transverse adj transversa
  • trap n trapo || vt entrapifer
  • trapeze n trapezio
  • trapezoid n trapezoido
  • trash n versuro; trash can versuruyo
  • travel vi viager; (by vehicle) veher
  • tray n férculo
  • tread vt tread on calcher
  • treason n traitiono
  • treasure n tresauro; treasurer cashisto; (of government) tresauristo; treasury tresaurayo
  • treat vt tracter; (med) curationer; (regale) regaler (álicu per álico) || n treatment curation(ad)o; tracto
  • treble adj tripla
  • tree n árboro; tree house arbor-cabano; tree trunk arbor-trunco
  • treecreeper n (zool.) certhio
  • trellis n trilicio
  • tremble vi tremuler
  • trench n trinçheo; trenchcoat trençhcoto
  • trestle n cabalito; (bridge) cabalit-ponto
  • triangle n triángulo
  • tribe n tribo
  • tribune n tribuno
  • tribute n tributo
  • trick n (means of deceiving or outwitting someone) ingano; (skillful act or illusion) truco; tricks of the trade trucos di la minsterio
  • trifle n bagatelo; (literary) bagatel-opro
  • trigger n destendiclo
  • trimaran n trimarano
  • Trinidad and Tobago n Trinitate et Tobago
  • trip n viajo; day-tripper excursionisto; have a good trip! bona viajo!; round trip vado et riveno || vt (cause to fall by catching the foot on something) opeder; (cause to stumble) cadetifer || vi (fall by catching the foot on something) opedezer; (stumble) cadeter
  • trite adj trita
  • tritium n tritio
  • triumph vi triumfer
  • trivial adj triviala
  • troika n troica
  • trombone n trombono
  • troop n bando; trupo
  • trope n tropo
  • tropic n trópico; Tropic of Cancer Trópico di Cancro; Tropic of Capricorn Trópico di Capricorno || adj tropical tropichisca
  • troposphere n troposfero
  • trot vi troter
  • trouble n (effort to do something) peno; that is not worth the trouble ecuilo ne valoran la peno; to put to the trouble penifer; to take the the trouble pener || vt (disturb) perturbationer || adj troubled destrancuila
  • trough n trogo
  • trousers n pantalono
  • trout n tructo
  • truck n (closed van or goods wagon) furgono; (long, sideless goods vehicle) camiono; pick-up truck camioneto
  • true adj vera
  • trumpet n trompeto || adj grey-winged trumpeter agamío
  • trunk n (auto) bagajuyo; cofro; (large chest for travel) viajcofro; (of a tree, body) trunco
  • trust vt fider ad || n fido
  • truth n veritio; truthiness verumitio
  • try vi (make an effort) efortier; (take pains) pener; try for efortier obtiner || vt (fatigue) fatigher; (judicially) judicher; proceser; (test) eprober; try on (a garment) eprobe vestejer; eprober || adj trying fatiganta
  • tsunami n çunamio
  • tub n (large, wide, flat-bottomed vessel for liquids, washing, or bathing) cupo; (portable) cupeto
  • tuba n tubo
  • tube n túbulo; (inner tube of a tire) air-cambro; test tube éprobi-túbulo; tube top túbul-camisio
  • tuck vt riplicher || n (rapier-like sword) estoco
  • Tuesday n Martedio
  • tuft n tufo
  • tug vt tirer || n tug-of-war joco di tiro je cordo; tugboat remulchi-barco
  • tumor n tumoro
  • tun n tonelo
  • tuna n thuno
  • tundra n tundro
  • tune n melodío || vt acordifer || vi to be in tune acorder
  • tungsten n (chem.: W) tungsteno; wolframo
  • tunic n túnico
  • Tunisia n Tunisia; Tunisian Tunisiano
  • tunnel n tunelo || vt tunnel one’s way out escaper excavante tunelo
  • Tupinambá n Tupinambá
  • turb n turbo
  • turbine n turbino
  • turbocharger n turbocompresatoro
  • turbulent adj destrancuila
  • Turk n Turco; Turkey Turchia; Turkmenistan Turcmenia; Turkmen Turcmeno
  • turkey n (zool.) meleagro
  • turn vt (around another body, turn about) turn a corner girer circum ángulo; (change) cambier; (change direction, esp. of vehicles) girer; (change direction, facing) turner; (in a lathe) tornijer; (spin) rotationer; turn away ne accepter; turn back (change direction again) riturner; (feathers, hair) rufler || vi (around another body, turn about) girer; (rotate, tech.) rotationer; turn away deturner (si); turner sua dorso; turn back (change direction again) retrovader; riturner si || n in turn succesione; turn signal gir-lámpado; turnstile turn-bariclo
  • turnip n napo
  • turpentine n terebint-óleo
  • turtle n tortuco
  • tutor n tutoro
  • tutu n tutúo
  • Tuvalu n Tuvalu; Tuvaluan Tuvaluano
  • twat n conio
  • tween n anteadulteçanto
  • tweezers n pincicleto
  • twelve card decem dua || ord twelfth decem duésima || fract twelfth decem duavo
  • twenty card dudeça || ord twentieth dudecésima || fract twentieth dudeçavo
  • twerk vi tuercher
  • twice adv du-vece
  • twig n virgo
  • twill n sérico
  • twin n gemelo
  • twist vt torcer || n (in a plot) turno
  • twitch vi convulseter
  • two card dua
  • type n tipo; typewriter scribmáchino; typist dactilógrafo; typewriter dactilógraf-máchino || vt dactilografier; machinscriber || adj typical tipasca
  • typhoon n tifono
  • tyrant n tirano


U

  • Uganda n Uganda; Ugandan Ugandano
  • ugly adj feda
  • uh inter eu
  • uh-huh inter ehé
  • uh-oh inter a-o
  • Ukraine n Ucraina; Ukrainian Ucrainano
  • ulcer n úlcero || vt ulcerate ulcerizer
  • ulna n ulno
  • ultra- afx ultre-
  • umbrella n umbrelo
  • umpire n arbitr(ad)isto || vt arbitr(ad)er
  • unagitated adj calma; trancuila
  • unanimous adj unánima
  • unaware adj nesapanta
  • unbalanced adj desecuilibrianta
  • unbutton vt desbutonijer
  • uncanny adj extraordinaria
  • uncle n thiiçho
  • uncomfortable adj descomfortosa
  • unconscious adj neconcianta
  • undead adj desmortinta || n desmortinto
  • under n sub
  • undercoat n jaco
  • undercover adj secreta
  • underline n substrico
  • underpaid adj male paghita
  • underpants n calceono
  • undershirt n subcamisio
  • understaffed adj sine sufiçante multa laboristos
  • understand vt comprenser
  • undertake vt interprenser || n undertaking interprenso
  • underwrite vt asecurer
  • undress vi desvestizer si
  • undulation n undo
  • uneasy adj destrancuila
  • uneducated adj male educhita
  • unemployment n neempleatitio || adj unemployed neempleata
  • unequal adj ne-ecuala
  • unethical adj sine éthico
  • unfaithful adj nefidela
  • unfamiliar adj nefamiliara
  • unfasten vt desfixer
  • unfavorable adj desfavorosa
  • unfortunate adj desfeliça; desfortunosa; (pitiable) compasionanda; (regrettable) regretanda || adv unfortunately regretande
  • unhappy adj desfeliça
  • unicorn n unicorno
  • uniform adj uniforma || n uniformo
  • union n (abstract) uniono; (concrete) unifo; (harmony) concordo
  • unique adj única
  • unit n (arith.) uno; (concrete object) unatco; (device forming part of a complex mechanism) unitato; (standard of measurement) uno || adj unitary unitiisca
  • unite vt unifer; unioner || adj united unionita; United States Unionita Statos; Usonia
  • universe n universo || adj universal universala
  • university n superiora scolo; universitato
  • unknown adj necognoçata; nesapata; (not celebrated) nefamosa; unknown to me necognoçata da mi; nesapata da mi
  • unlawful adj nelejasca
  • unleavened adj ázima
  • unless conj eccepte che; se...ne
  • unlike adj diferanta; nesímila; I, unlike others mi, diferanta de álteros
  • unlucky adj desfeliça
  • unnerve vt perturbationer
  • unpack vt despachifer
  • unscrew vt ecturnader
  • unsettle vt destrancuilifer || adj unsettling destrancuilifanta
  • until prep (as far as) usche || conj (before) ante che
  • untroubled adj trancuila
  • unumbium n ununbio
  • ununhexium n ununhexio
  • ununoctium n (chem.: Uuo) ununoctio
  • ununpentium n (chem.: Uup) ununpentio
  • ununquadium n ununcuadio
  • ununseptium n (chem.: Uus) ununseptio
  • ununtrium n (chem.: Uut) ununtrio
  • unwieldy adj pesosa
  • unworried adj trancuila
  • up adv (above) super; (at the top) supre; (higher) ad súpere; (in revolt) revoltanta; (on one's legs) stanta; (prices) augmentita; plu alta; (thoroughly) par-; (to the top) ad supre; (well again) risanifita; hard up páupera; pauperaza; his blood was up iluya sánguino bulitionin; it's all up ci existan nula spero; lo es la fino; omno es perdita; not up to the mark ne standanta tote bone; ne tote bona; ne tote fitanta; ne tote perfecta; the ups and downs la altatcos et basatcos; (of life) la cambios di sorto; to go up acenser; to have someone up advocher álicu abante tribunalo; to hold one's head up tener súpere suia cápito; to lift up lever; to speak up parler laute; up and doing laboranta; risanifita; up and down supre et infre; (forward and back) adabántee et retro; up higher súpere; up hill and down dale tra montáneos et valos; up in arms armizita; combatanta; iraçanta; mobilizita; up river/stream admontánee; up there (higher) ilác súpere; (top) ilác supre; up to (capable of) capábila por; (until) usche; up to here usche hic; up! leves vi!; well up in erudita sopre; experta sopre; hábila sopre; what's up? cuo eventan?; (what's wrong?) cuo es mala?; up-to-date (fashionable) secuno la modo; (incorporating latest info, etc.) uschenuna; (modern) moderna
  • upbringing n éduco
  • upon prep (by means of) per; swear upon one’s honor jurer per sua honoro; (immediately afterwards) imediate; (on the side of) an; a window upon the West fenestro an Occidento; (on top of) sur; a ship upon the sea navo sur la maro; (onto the top of) adsur; leap upon the stage salter adsur la cenayo; (time, occasion) an; post; ye; upon his arrival an iluya arivo
  • upper adj súpera; upper arm (supra) brachio
  • upright adj verticala || n (post) verticala stango; verticalo
  • upside down adj renversita
  • uranium n (chem.: U) uranio
  • Uranus n (myth.) Úranus; (planet) Úrano
  • urbanite n civitatano
  • urge vt urger || adj urgent urjanta
  • urine n urino
  • urology n urologhío; urologist urólogo
  • Uruguay n Uruguaya; Uruguayan Uruguayano
  • USA n Usonia
  • use vt user || n what is the use of that? cua es la utilitio di ecuilo?; username usanti-nómino || adj to be used to (be in the habit of) custumer; he used to live here ili ántee hábitin hic; he used to say ili custumin dicer; we used to walk together nos custumin caminer cune; used (obsolete) obsoleta; (of words, implements, etc.) usata, -ita; not used necustumata; neusata; used up parusita; useful útila; useful arts útila artos; useless neútila
  • usual adj custumasca || adv usually custume
  • usurp vt usurper
  • utensil n utensilo
  • uterus n (anat.) útero
  • utilities n (comp) útilos
  • uvular adj uvulara
  • Uzbekistan n Uzbechia; Uzbek Uzbeco


V

  • vacant adj vacanta
  • vacation n vacationo; to be on vacation, have a vacation vacationer
  • vaccine n vaccino || vt vaccinate vaccinizer
  • vacuum n vacuo; vacuum-cleaner (pulvi-)suctatoro
  • vagina n vagino
  • vague adj confusita; nedefinitionita; nefixita; neprecisa
  • vain adj (conceited) vanitatosa; (fruitless) vana || adv in vain vane
  • valet n vasleto
  • valiant adj brava; proda
  • valid adj válida
  • valley n valo
  • value vt apretier || n valoro || adj valuable pretiosa; valorosa
  • valve n válvulo; (flap) clapo
  • vamp n vampiriso
  • van n furgoneto; (closed truck or goods wagon) furgono; minivan (auto.) monovolúmino
  • vanadium n (chem.: V) vanadio
  • vandal n vándalo; (hist.) Vándalo; vandalism vandalejatco || vt vandalize vandalejer
  • vanguard n abante-guardistado
  • vanilla n vanilo
  • vanity n vanitato
  • vanquish vt vincer
  • Vanuatu n Vanuatua; Vanuatuan Vanuatuano
  • varied adj variinta; (diverse) diversa
  • variety n spectáculo di diversos
  • various adj diversa
  • varnish vt veronicizer
  • vary vi varier || vt variifer || adj variant varianta
  • vase n vaso
  • vassal n vasalo
  • vast adj vasta
  • Vatican n (hill) Vaticano; (papal palace) (la) Papayo; (state) Vaticania
  • vault n (arched roof) vólvito; (as in a bank) forta cambro; (underground room) celario || vi (jump) salter || adj vaulted (arched) volvitizita
  • vaunt vt lauder
  • veal n bovol-carno
  • vector n (bio.) vectoro; (math, phys.) vectorialo
  • vegetate n vegeter; vegetable (edible) legúmino; (plant or person) vegetanto; vegetation vegetantado
  • vehicle n vehiclo; (automobile, carriage, wagon) vecturo; recreational vehicle autocaravano; sport utility vehicle sportisca utilitii-vecturo
  • veil n velamento
  • vein n vénulo
  • velar adj velara
  • velocity n velocitato
  • velvet n viluto
  • venerate vt venerationer
  • venereal adj venérea
  • venereology n venereologhío
  • Venezuela n Venetiola; Venezuelan Venetiolano
  • vengeance n vindicto
  • vengeful adj vindictema
  • venom n veneno || adj venomous venenosa
  • ventilate vt ventiler
  • venture n (adventure) adventuro; (enterprise) interprenso; (risk) risco; venture capital rischi-capitalo || vt (risk) rischer; nothing ventured, nothing gained cuu ne riscan ne ganian || vi (dare) audacier; venture out, into adventurer
  • venule n venuleto
  • Venus n (myth.) Venus; (planet) Vénere
  • verb n verbo
  • verify vt controler
  • vermin n bestietaçhos; insectaçhos
  • verse n (rhythmic assembly of words, also of Bible) verso
  • version n versiono
  • vertebra n vértebro
  • vertical adj verticala
  • very adv valde
  • vesicle n vesículo
  • vessel n vaso; (anat.) vásculo
  • vest n gileto
  • vestibule n vestíbulo
  • veteran n veterano
  • veterinarian adj veterinaria
  • veto vt veter || n veto
  • vex vt vexer
  • vibrate vi vibrer
  • vice n vitio || afx vice- viç-
  • victim n víctimo
  • victory n vinço || adj victorious vinçanta; vincedora
  • video n (anything recorded on videotape) videatco; (system of recording, etc., on or from videotape) vídeo; video game video-joc(hicl)o; videotape video-bendo; videotape machine magnetóscopo
  • Vietnam n Vietnamia; Vietnamese Vietnamiano
  • view n videdo
  • vigor n vigoro
  • village n vilajo
  • villain n criministo
  • vindicate vt (exonerate) justificher
  • vindictive adj vindictema
  • vine n vito; vineyard vitayo
  • vinegar n vinagro
  • vinyl n vinilo
  • viol n gambi-viulo
  • viola n viulo; viola da gamba gambi-viulo
  • violate vt violationer
  • violent adj violentiema; violentiisca; violentiosa; violent storm (Beaufort level 11) tempestatazo || n violence violentio
  • violet n (bot) violo || adj (color) violea
  • violin n violino
  • viper n vípero
  • virgin adj vírgina
  • virology n virologhío
  • virtual adj virtuala
  • virtue n virtuto
  • virus n viro
  • visa n vizo
  • viscous adj viscosa
  • visible adj vidébila
  • vision n visiono
  • visit vt visiter || n vísito; visiting card vísit-carto
  • visor n visaro
  • visual adj vidisca
  • vitamin n vitamino
  • vivacious adj vivaça
  • vlog n vídeo-blogo
  • vodka n vodco
  • voice n voço
  • volatile adj volátila
  • volcano n volcano
  • volley n salveo
  • volleyball n voli-bulo; (sport) voli-bulío
  • volt n volto
  • volume n (book in a series) volumo; (space) volúmino
  • voluminous adj voluminosa
  • volunteer vt oferer si || n voluntario || adj voluntary voluntaria
  • voluptuous adj voluptosa
  • vomit vt vomiter || n vomitatco
  • vote vi votationer; vote against votationer contre; vote down votatione refuser; vote for votationer por; vote in electioner; vote on votationer sopre || n votationo
  • vow vt (to a god) vover
  • vowel n vocalo
  • voyage n viajo
  • vroom vi vrumer
  • vulgar adj (uncouth) grosaria; (used or done by the common people) vulgara
  • vulture n vúlturo


W

  • wade vi guader
  • wages n salario
  • wagon n caritazo; station wagon (auto.) familialo
  • waist n cinturo; waistcoat gileto
  • wait vt wait for atender || n waiter camarario
  • wake vt wake up evigiler || vi (abstain from sleep; watch) vigiler
  • Wales n Cumbria; Welshman Cumbro
  • walk vi caminer; to go for a walk promener; walk away forcaminer
  • wall n (exterior) muro; (interior) parieto; wallpaper parietisca papero
  • wallet n portafolieto
  • walnut n juglando; walnut tree juglandífero
  • waltz n valso
  • wand n virgo
  • wander vi vagher
  • wane vi descrecer
  • wank vi fricuçher si
  • want vt (mostly Brit.: have need of) besonier; (wish for) desiderer; I want a pony mi desíderan on póneo; I want to be a princess mi desíderan eser on principiso; (archaic: lack) mancher (ad álicu) || n (desire) desídero; (lack) manco; (need) besonio; (poverty) indijo; pauperitio
  • war n guero; civil war interna guero; to make war guerer; warlord guer-dómino; warrior gueristo; warship guer-navo || vi guerer || adj war-torn guere destructita
  • warbler n canoro
  • wardrobe n vest-armario
  • ware n merço
  • warehouse n magasino
  • warlock n strigo
  • warm adj calda; lukewarm caldeta, tépida
  • warn vt adverter || n warning adverto
  • wart n veruco; warthog (zool.) facochero; veruc-apro
  • wash vt laver; wash out eclaver || n washcloth lavtuco; washer lavatoro
  • wasp n vespo
  • waste vt disiper || n dísipo; waste basket paperaçhuyo
  • watch vt guarder; (a show of any sort) specter; watch out! atentiones!; watch over vigiler sopre || n (timepiece) (carpalisca) horologio; watchmaker horologi(ef)isto
  • water n acuo; fresh water (not saline) dulç-acuo; salt water salacuo; watercolor (painting) acuarelo; waterfall acuocado; cascato
  • wave vt (brandish) brander; (flag) agiter; (with hand) manu-signaler || n undo
  • waver vi vaciler
  • wax n cero; waxwing bombicilo || vt cerizer || vi crecer
  • way n manario; to be in the way of incomoder; to make a way for vialefer ad; to make one's way toward directioner si ad; expressway rapidvialazo; highway (main road between cities) vialazo
  • we prn nos
  • weak adj débila
  • weapon n armo
  • wear vt (have on) vestejer || adj weary fatighita
  • weasel n mustelo || vi weasel out of ectorcer si ec; evitaçher
  • weather n tempo
  • weave vt (cotton, wool, etc.) texer; (interlace) plecter
  • web n araneatco; la Webo; web address Web-adirectio; web browser (Web)navighiclo; web page Web-págino; webcam Internet-cámero; World Wide Web tot-terisca texatco (TTT); webmaster Web-mágistro; website web-situo; webzine Web-zino
  • wedge n cúneo
  • Wednesday n Mercuridio
  • weed n herbaçho
  • week n septimano; next week venanta septimano; weekend septiman-fino || adv weekly septimanale
  • weep vi plorer
  • weigh vt ponderer || vi (have weight) peser
  • weight n peso || adj weighty pesosa
  • welcome adj bon-veninta; (in reply to "thank you") mea placero; ne mentionanda
  • welfare n bona stando
  • well adv bone || adj to make well (restore to health) risanifer || n (shaft in the ground for water) púteo || inter ben
  • werewolf n lup-humano
  • west n Occidento; westo; westerner Occidentano; westano || adj West Indies Caribia; western westisca
  • wet adj húmida
  • whale n baleno; killer whale orco; whale oil balen-óleo; whaler (person) balen-pischisto; (ship) balen-navo
  • what prn cuo; tell me what you saw dices ad mi cuo vi vidin; what did you say? cuo vi dicin?; what do you want now? cuo vi volitionan nun?; what if...? et se...?; what’s up? cuo eventan?; (asking for definition) cuo es?; what was that? cuo esin ecuilo?; what’s a “conlang”? cuo es on “conlang”?; what’s your “username”? cuo es vua “usanti-nómino”?; (asking for identity) cua es?; tell me what (vices) your vices are dices ad mi cua es vua vitios; what (capital) is the capital of Mongolia? cua es la capitolio di Mongolia?; what (username) is your username? cua es vua usanti-nómino?; (how much) what will it cost? cuante li costun?; whatever cuo cunche || adj what a jerk! cuala malaçho!; what kind cuala
  • wheat n trítico
  • wheel n roto; wheelbarrow cárulo
  • when cor cuande; whenever cuande cunche
  • where cor ube; wherever ube cunche
  • whereas conj (in opposition) contre che; (seeing that) considerante che; esante che; (while in fact) dum che facte
  • whereupon conj post cuel
  • whether conj (conditional) [despite] whether...or... sive...sive; (interrogative) escue
  • whew inter fu!
  • whey n lacti-sero
  • which cor cua; (referirng to entire previous clause) cuel
  • while adv dum
  • whim n capricio
  • whimper vi gemiter
  • whip n flagelo || vt flagelijer; (cream) fruler; (mix by stirring into froth or foam) batue mixturer
  • whirl vt turner rápide
  • whisk n fruliclo
  • whisker n whiskers genal-barbo
  • whisper vt susurer
  • whistle vt fisculer
  • white adj blanca
  • whither adv adube
  • who cor cuu; whose cuya; whoever cua cunche
  • whoa! inter (excitement) ho!
  • whole adj (all parts properly united) íntegra; whole number íntegra numeralo; (of one thing) tota
  • wholesale adj engrosa
  • whore n putano
  • why cor pro cuo
  • wicked adj (evil) malvatia; evil spirit maligna spírito; (malevolent) mal-volitionanta; (mischievous) maleta; nociva; (morally debased) depravita; (terrible, unpleasant, etc.) abominanda; mala; teroriva; (unruly) petulanta
  • wicket n porteto
  • wide adj larga || adv wide awake tote evigilita
  • widow n viduo
  • width n larghitio
  • wife n sponsiso; wife-beater (garment) athleti-camisio
  • wig n peruco
  • wigwam n wigwamo
  • wiki n wichio
  • wild adj silvaja
  • wile n astutatco
  • will vt (make happen by effort of the will) volitioner; (modal verb) -un; va; I will return mi rivenun || n (testament) testamento; (volition) volitiono || adj willing voluntaria || adv willingly voluntarie
  • willow n (tree) sáliço; weeping willow ploranta sáliço
  • wilt vi marcer || vt marcifer
  • win vt (contract, order) obtiner; (prize, battle) ganier || adj winning vinçanta; vincedora
  • wind n vento; trade wind aliseo; windshield (auto) parabriso; windshield wiper (auto) parabris-tergiclo || vt volver; wind up (a clock) tender || vi wind up fine eser; fine trover si
  • window n fenestro
  • wine n vino
  • wing n alo; (theat) coliso || adj winged alífera
  • winter n hiberno
  • wipe vt deterger; forterger; terger
  • wire n guiro || vt wiretap telefonij-intercepter || adj wireless sine guiro; sine-guira; wireless service provider, wireless carrier célul-retisca operatanto
  • wise adj sapienta
  • wit n argutitio; arguto; humuro || adj witty arguta
  • witch n strigo; witch’s butter (bact.) nostoco; witchcraft strighío
  • witch hazel n hamamelo
  • with prep (accompanied by) cun; I’m with stupid mi es cun Stúpido; (against) contre; he is angry with the world ili iraçan contre la tota mundo; (by means of) per; write with a pen scriber penine; scriber per penino; (concerning) sopre; (having) cua haban; habanta; the guy with the ears la cherlo auriculuda; la cherlo cua haban la granda aurículos; (in the house of) apud; she is with me eli es apud mi; (next to) juxte; (to) ad; compared with cómpare ad; (while) dum che; he sat with one eye on the pistol and the other on the door ili sedin dum che una óculo reguardan la pistolo et la áltera reguardan la porto; she is with child eli es grávida; with reference to relate ad
  • withdraw vt (fin.) ectirer
  • wither vi (plant) marcer || vt (plant) marcifer
  • withhold vt detener
  • within prep en; (place) interne (di); (time) dum; he’ll be dead within six months ili mortun ante post sesa mensos; within a short time post curta témporo; within his lifetime dum iluya vivo; (with movement) aden; live within one’s means ne expenser plu multo cam sua rédito; within reach en atingébila disto || adv (in the house of) come within! venes apud mi!; enemies within interna inimicos; from within to without de interne ad éxtere
  • without prep (in the absence of) sine; without hope sine spero; (outside) exter; without the house exter la domo; (with movement) ec || adj (in the absence of) without hope sine spero; (outside) éxtera || adv (outside) éxtere; go without ecvader || conj (in the absence of) sine che; I can’t do anything without his maddogging me mi potan facer nulo sine che ili regardan mi feroce
  • witness n testo
  • wizard n mago
  • wobble vi (gelatin, hand, pen, voice) tremuler
  • woe n (misfortune) desfortun(atc)o; malatco; (sorrow) desjoyo; tristitio; (unhappiness) desfelicitio || inter ve!; woe to the vanquished ve ad la vincitos
  • wolf n lupo
  • wolfsbane n acónito
  • woman n humaniso; muliero
  • womb n útero
  • wonder vt (to doubt) cuestioner si || n (astonishment) mirabili(ez)er; (cause of wonder) mirabilioso; it's no wonder (that) lo ne es mirabilio (che); lo ne surprisan (che) || adj wonderful mirabiliosa
  • wood n (forest) bosco; silvo; (material) ligno; wood grouse (zool.: Tetrao urogallus) urogalo; heartwood durámino; sapwood alburno; woodlouse onisco
  • woodworm n tármito
  • wool n lano
  • word n vocábulo; wordwrap autómata salto di líneo
  • work vi laborer || vt (control the functioning of, run the affairs of) operater || n (artistic) opro; work of art artatco; worker laboristo
  • world n mundo
  • worm n vermo
  • worry vi (fear) timer; (give way to anxiety) destrancuileser; don't worry! trancuila! cuieta!; worry at (fiddle with) jochetader per; tochetader || vt (annoy) iriter; perturbationer; tormenteter; (cause anxiety) destrancuilifer
  • worship vt adorer || n worshipper adoranto
  • worst adj maxim mala; at worst admínime
  • worth adj I'll tell you this for what it's worth mi diçan ecuisto ad vi por cuo lo valoran; to be worth valorer; worthwhile penanda; worthy digna || afx -worthy -anda
  • wound vt vulnerer || n vulneratco; wounding vúlnero
  • wrack vt tormenter
  • wrap vt (coil) volver; wrap up (a gift) inveloper
  • wreck vt naufraghifer || n wreckage naufragatco
  • wrench n bulon-clavo; bulon-turniclo
  • wrestle vt lucter
  • wrinkle n (as on face) rugo || vt rughizer; (tightly gather, as of lips, brows, needlework) froncer || adj wrinkled rugosa
  • wrist n carpalo; wristband (of shirt) carpalumo; (sports) carpal-bendo; wristwatch (carpal-)horologio
  • write vt composer; scriber
  • wrong adj necorecta; nejusta; (having the wrong answer, solution) nejustífera; (unjust) desyusta
  • wry adj (contorted) torcita; (subtly mocking) derisiveta
  • WYSIWYG adj vidat-viduta
  • wyvern n viverno


X

  • X n X-radiation X-radiado; X-ray (a ray) X-radio; X-ray photograph radiografiatco; X-ray photography radiografío || vt X out tra-strichizer; X-ray radiografier
  • xanthelasma n xanthelasmo
  • xanthine n xanthino
  • xanthoma n xanthomo
  • xanthophyll n xanthófilo
  • xebec n shabeco
  • xenon n (chem.: Xe) xenono
  • xenophobe n xenófobo; xenophobia xenofobio
  • xerodermia n xerodermio
  • xerophilous adj xerófita
  • xerophthalmia adj xerophthalmio
  • xerophyte n xerófito
  • xerox n xerografiatoro; xerography (art) xerografío; xerox copy xerografiatco || vt xerografier
  • xiphoid adj xifoida
  • Xmas n Natalo
  • xylem n xilemo
  • xylene n xileno
  • xylograph vt xilografier || n xylographer xilógrafo; xylography xilografío
  • xylophagous adj xilófaga
  • xylophone n xilófono
  • xylose n xiloso


Y

  • -y afx (diminutive suffix) -uci-; Johnny Johanucio; (full of) -osa; smoky fumosa; (having) -osa; scaly scuamosa; (having the quality of) -esca; milky lactesca; (inclined to) -em-; sticky adhesema
  • yabber vi garul(ad)er
  • yacht n yacto; yachtsman yactisto
  • yak n (zool.) yaco || vi (babble) garuler
  • yam n iniamo; (sweet potato) batato
  • yammer vi critader
  • yank vt tirer brusche
  • Yankee n Yanco
  • yap vi latrer acute; latreter
  • yapok n acuisca opósumo
  • yarborough n (cards) nenobiliara manuo
  • yard n (courtyard) cortilo; (ground next to or surrounding a house) yardino; (lawn) céspito; (length) yardo; (naut.) virgono; yardage metrado; yardarm virgon-extrematco; yardstick mensur-stango
  • yarmulke n chipó
  • yarn n (thread) filazo; tricot-filo; (tale) raconto || vi (tale) raconter
  • yarrow n milefolio
  • yashmak n velamento
  • yataghan n (hist.) yatagano
  • yatter vi garulader
  • yaw vi imbarder
  • yawl n yolo
  • yawn vi ociter; (chasms, etc.) aper(az)ezer
  • yaws n (path.) frambesio
  • ye prn (archaic: you) vos || art (pseudo-archaic: the) la
  • yea adv (indeed) vere; ya; (yes) sic || n (vote) votationo por || inter (hurrah!) hurá!
  • year n anuo; a year ago una anuo ante nun; a year from now una anuo post nun; New Year's Day novanua dio; next year venanta anuo; nineteen years old decem-non-anua; etatanta decem nona anuos; year after year, year in, year out anuo post anuo; yearbook anui-libro || adj yearly (happening each year) anuala; (lasting a year) un-anua; (pertaining to the year) anuisca || adv yearly (happening each year) anuale
  • yearn vi desider(az)er; (sigh) suspirer
  • yeast n levaturo
  • yell vi critazer; (howl) ululer || n critazo
  • yellow adj flava || n (color) flavo || vt flavifer || vi flavecer
  • yelp vi dolor-criter; dolor-latrer
  • Yemen n Yemenia; Yemeni Yemeniano
  • yen n (currency) yen; (longing) desídero
  • yenta n comatralemo; enmixturemo
  • yeoman n (farmer) agri-proprietanto; (navy) magasinisto; oficinisto; secretario; signal-çhefo; (of the guard) guardisto
  • yerba maté n mateo
  • yes inter sic || n yes-man ped-lichisto
  • yesterday adv here; la hera dio; the day before yesterday ante-here || adj yesterday's herisca
  • yesternight adv an última nocto
  • yet adv (already) jam; (meanwhile) dume; inter-témpore; (nevertheless) malgrate ecuilo; tamen; (still) incore; she is yet a child eli es incore mere puero; yet louder etiam plu lauta; (until now) usche nun; better yet etiam plu bona; he is yet only an apprentice li es incore mera aprendisto; not yet incore ne; he had not yet spoken ili incore ne parlin
  • yew n taxo
  • Yiddish n Yidenso
  • yield vt (deliver) consigner; (give) dationer; (give way) cesioner; (grant) conceser; (produce) producter || vi (assent) asenser ad; consenser; (succumb) submiser si || n dationedo; (product) colijatco; mesionatco; productatco || adj yielding cesionema; complacema; flexébila; productanta
  • yo-yo n yoyo
  • yodel vt yodler
  • yoga n yogo; yogi yoghisto
  • yogurt n yogurto
  • yohimbe n (bot.) yohimbo
  • yoke n jugo; (pair) paro || vt jughijer
  • yolk n vitelo
  • yonder adv fore; ilác fore; (above) ilác supre; (down yonder) ilác infre; (there) ilác || adj fora || vt adfore
  • yoni n yoni
  • yore n ólima témporo; of yore olim
  • you prn vi; (familiar) ti; (indefinite) homi; (you all) vos
  • young adj júvena; with young grávida || n youngster júveno || afx -olo
  • your pos vua; (familiar) tua; (plural) vostra; yours la vostra; la vua || prn yourself vi ipsa; be yourself es fidela ad vi ipsa; yourselves (plural) vos ipsa
  • youth n (collect.) juvenado; (person) adulteçanto; júveno; puero; (quality) juvenitio; youthfulness juvenitio
  • yowl vi ululer
  • yperite n iperito
  • ytterbium n (chem.: Yb) iterbio
  • yttrium n (chem.: Y) itrio
  • yuan n yuan
  • yucca n yuco
  • Yugoslavia n Yugoslavia; Yugoslav Yugoslavo
  • Yule n Natalo
  • yuppie n yupio
  • yurt n yurto


Z

  • Zaire n Zaíre
  • Zambezi n Zambezia
  • Zambia n Zambia; Zambian Zambiano
  • zany adj (amusante) folesca || n (hist.) bufono
  • zeal n zelo || adj zealous zelosa
  • zealot n fanático; zeloso
  • zeaxanthin n (chem.) zeaxanthino
  • zebra n zebro
  • zebu n zebúo
  • zecchino n zecchino
  • zedoary n zedoario
  • zein n zeíno
  • zemstvo n zemstvo
  • zen n zeno
  • zenana n zenano
  • zenith n zénitho
  • zeolite n zeólito
  • zephyr n zéfiro
  • zeppelin n zepelino
  • zero n zero || vi zero in on (aim at) mirationer; (concentrate on) concentrezer sur
  • zest n (piquancy) saporo || vi (enthusiasm) enthusiasmo
  • zeugma n (rhet.) zeugmo
  • ziggurat n zigurato
  • zigzag n zigzago || vi zigzagher || adj zigzaga
  • zillion card multilion
  • Zimbabwe n Zimbabuia; Zimbabwean Zimbabuiano
  • zinc n (chem.: Zn) zinco; zincate zincato; zincography zincografío || adj zinca
  • zing n enthusiasmo; saporo
  • zinnia n zinio
  • Zion n Cion; Zionism Cionismo; Zionist Cionisto
  • zip n (nothing) nulo; (vigor) vigoro; zip code postal-códico; zipper zipiclo || vt (with a zipper) ziper
  • zircon n zircono
  • zirconium n (chem.: Zr) zirconio
  • zither n citharo
  • złoty n zloty
  • zodiac n zodíaco
  • zombie n zombio
  • zone n zono
  • zoo n zoo; zoologhiayo; zoologhiisca jardino; zoologist zoólogo; zoology zoologhío
  • zoom vi (aer., phot., move fast) zumer
  • zoomorph n zoomorfo
  • zoophyte n zoófito
  • zoospore n zoosporo
  • zoosterol n zoosterolo
  • zootechny n zootécnico
  • zoster n zóstero
  • zouave n zuavo
  • zounds inter diábole!
  • zucchetto n piléolo
  • zucchini n cucurbiteto
  • zwieback n pan-biscocto
  • zwitterion n (chem.) zwiteriono
  • zygomatic adj (anat.) zigoma
  • zygomorphic adj zigomorfa
  • zygomycete n zigomiceto
  • zygospore n zigosporo
  • zygote n zigoto
  • zymase n zimaso
  • zyme n zimo; zymology zimologío; zymosis zimoto
  • zymology n zimologhío
  • zymurgy n zimologhío