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Last updated July 10, 2016

NOTE: Words with irregular stress are not normally marked after being destressed by suffixes, eg., abómino “abomination”, but abominanda “abominable”, abominer “to abominate”. For the benefit of the learner, these destressed syllables are indicated by a grave accent (`), eg. abòminanda, abòminer.

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  • A ltr A-shirt athleti-camisio; (mus.) A (aut La); A major A majora; A minor A minora; A-flat (A♭) A bemola; A-sharp (A♯) A diesa || 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) Sun Tzu, a tactician, wrote that... Sun Tzu, on tàctichisto, 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; (with) à la mode (with ice cream) cum crem-gelatco; à la carte menutasche; à la mode (in fashion) modasche; secuno la modo
  • a posteriori adj aposteriora || adv aposteriore
  • a priori adj apriora || adv apriore
  • A.D. adv (anno domini) A.D.
  • a.m. adv (ante meridiem) a.m. (ante meridio); matine
  • aardvark n (zool.: Orycteropus afer) orictéropo
  • aback adv détree; taken aback súbite confusifita; súbite consternita; súbite surprisita
  • abacus n ábaco
  • abaft adv ad détree; détree || prep detre
  • abandon vt abandoner || n abandonment abandonezo; abandono || adj abandoned (morally) debauçhanta; debauçhema; deshonoranda; despudorosa; sine éthico
  • abase vt (humiliate) hùmilifer; (lower) abaser; (morally) abaser; corupter; desnòbilifer || n abasement (act) abaso; hùmilifo; (state) abasititio; hùmilifeditio
  • abash vt verecundifer || adj abashed verecundanta
  • abate vt dèbilifer; diminutioner; (fin.) rebaser || vi dèbilecer; 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 àbdicher || n abdication ábdico
  • abdomen n abdómino || adj abdominal abdòminisca
  • 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 abòminer; desapreti(az)er; odiazer || n abhorrence (act) abómino; (state) abòminititio || adj abhorrent abòminanda; odianda
  • abide vi loger (apud); resider (en); rester (en); to abide by (a decision) rester fidela ad; tener ad; (the law) conformifer si ad || vt (tolerate) tòlerer || 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; able to hold capaça; as one is able secuno sua meano; secuno sua poto; to be able to poter; saper; able-bodied robusta; sana || adv ably hábile || n ability (power) capabilitio; poto; (skill) hàbilitio; 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 anòmalitio; anómalo; nenormatco; nenormitio
  • aboard adv (ad)en la navo; to go aboard, alongside aborder
  • abode n lojayo; residayo; (permanent) hàbitayo
  • abolish vt aboler || n abolition abolo; abolitionism abolismo; abolitionist abolismano
  • abominate vt abòminer || n abomination abòminando || adj abominable abòminanda || adv abominably abòminande
  • aborigine n (original inhabitant) aborígino; (native of country) indígeno || 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 (concerning) sopre; a show about nothing on presentationado sopre nulo; there’s something about Mary Mary haban on mi-ne-sapan-cuo; (around) [close by] juxte; proxim; until I’ve got my dowry safe about me, I’m no married woman usche che mi habun mea doto secura proxim mi, mi es nula marititiso | [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; about to -unta; I love you, and I’m about to boldly go where … many men … have gone before mi amoran vi, et mi es vadunta audaciose adube ... multa hóminos ... vadin ántee || n about-face retro-turno; semi-turno || adv (almost) presche; I’m just about finished mi es presche fininta; (around) [approximately] circum; he must be about 30 ili devan etater circum 40 anuos | [close by] júxtee; próxime; [in all directions] dis-; [surrounding] círcume
  • above prep (over) super; above a hundred plu-multo cam cento; [in preference to] above all abante omno; principale; supertote; [too good for] conduct above reproach comporto nereproçhébila; she is above doing that eli es necapábila acter tale; (on top of) sur; above board aperta; franchesa; neabscondata; above ground sur la tero || adv (higher) súpere; above mentioned súpere mentionita; above named súpere nòminijita; 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; (on 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 lojayo, 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 (not present) absenta; neasistanta; absent on leave absenta per congedo; (lacking) mancanta; absent-minded distractezema; neatentionema || n absence absentitio; to give leave of absence congeder | (lack) manco; (lack due to indigence) índijo; (of mind) (mentisca) distracto; neatentiono; 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) epìtomifer; (in thought) abstractifer; (steal) furter; [by fraud] sustracter
  • abstruse adj abstrusa
  • absurd adj absurda || n absurdity absurditio
  • abulia n (psych.) abulio
  • abundance n abundo
  • abundant adj abundanta
  • abuse vt (insult) insulter; (mistreat) mal-tracter; (misuse) misuser; (use to excess) nim-user || n (insult) insulto; (misuse) misuso || adj abusive insultanta; misusema
  • abut vi cumfinezer an; tocher
  • abutment n contraforto
  • abyss n abiso || adj abysmal abisesca; abyssal abisisca || adv abysmally abisesche
  • Abyssinia n (hist.) Abisinia; Abyssinian Abisino
  • acacia n (bot.: Acacia) acacio
  • academy n (society) academio || adj academic academiisca; (theoretical) theorìisca
  • Acadie n (hist.) Acadia; Acadian Acadiano
  • acanthus n (bot.: Acanthus) acantho
  • acarid n ácaro
  • accede vi to accede to consenser; (position) enoficiecer
  • accelerate vt accèlerer || n acceleration accélero; accelerator (auto) accèlericlo
  • accent n (manner of speaking) pronuntio; (stress of voice) accento; (written) diacrítico || vt to accentuate (emphasize) èmfaser; (place accent marks over) diacrìtichizer; (stress a syllable) accentizer
  • accept vt (willingly receive; approve) accepter || n acceptation (accepting) accepto; (meaning) signífico
  • access n (means or right of approaching) acceso; admiso; to have access to haber acceso ad; yure acceser; (med.) morbisca ataco || vt acceser
  • accession n (to a position) enoficieço; enthroneço; (access) acceso; (addition) adjunto; augmento; (assent) asenso; consenso
  • 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 aclìmater
  • accommodate vt (adapt) acòmoder; adapter si (ad); (aquiesce) cesioner (ad); (give) dationer; (help) adjuter; (host) hòspiter; (lodge) lojayizer; (oblige) complacer; (provide) proviser || n accommodation complaçatco; lojay(iz)o || adj accommodating (obliging) complacema; easily accommodated complacezema
  • accompany vt acompanier || n accompaniment acompanio
  • accomplice n compliço; cumculpero
  • accomplish vt (finish) completifer; (par-)finer; (fulfill) completioner; (perform) efectifer; exècuter; 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-arta; talentosa
  • accord vt (give, award) cònferer; dationer || vi to accord with (concepts, facts) concorder; còngruer; (sounds) acorder || n of one’s own accord spontánee; voluntarie; to be in accord (concepts, facts) interconcorder; (opinion, feeling) interacorder; 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 (banking, bookkeeping, bill) conto; account book conti-libro; accounts payable paghenda contos; accounts receivable paghifenda contos; 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; to close an account licuidifer conto; to enter in one’s account dèbitifer (sumo) en sua conto; dèbitizer sua conto (ye sumo); enscriber (sumo) en conto di álicu; to make up an account càlculer conto; to open an account àperer on conto; to pay on account conte pagher; to settle accounts with (get revenge) salder sua conto cum; to settle one’s account salder sua conto | [invoice] facturo; [statement of receipts and expenditures] standatco; statement of account standatco di conto; account-holder contígero; (benefit) to turn to good account abantajizer si; profiter (per); (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 consìderer anche; encàlculer; (counting) conto; enúmero; (explanation) éxplico; to call to account demander éxplico; èxiger 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; jùdicher; (reckon) càlculer || vi to account for èxplicher; justìficher; (be responsible for) responser sopre || adj accountable (explicable) explichébila; (responsible) responsiva
  • accoutre vt (arm) armizer; (clothe) vestizer; (equip) ecuiper || n accoutrements accesorios
  • accredit vt acrèditer
  • accrete vt acrecer
  • accrue vt acùmuler || vi acùmulezer
  • accumulate vt acùmuler || n accumulation acùmulatco; accumulator acùmulator
  • accurate adj corecta; (strictly correct in all details) exacta; (strictly defined or determined) precisa
  • accursed adj damnationita; maledictita; (despicable) abòminanda; malaza; odianda
  • accuse vt acuser || n accusation acuso; accusative (gram.) acusativo; accused (jur.) acusato
  • 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 (chem.) 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 to acidify àcidifer || adj ácida
  • acknowledge vt (recognize) agnocer; (admit) [claim, truth] agnocer; [crime] confeser; (attest) atester; to acknowledge the receipt of atester la recepto je; (greet) saluter; [reply to] responder || n acknowledgment of debt certífico je debitiono
  • acme n (apogee) apogeo; (climax) clímaço; (culmination) cúlmino; (geom.) sumitato; (perfection) perfectitio
  • acne n acno
  • acolyte n acólitho
  • aconite n (bot.: Aconitum) acónito
  • acorn n glano
  • acoustic adj acùstichisca || adv acoustically acùstichische || 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) exècuter; (a debt) cuitifer; pagher; (a duty) satisfacer; (conscience) descàrichizer
  • acrid adj acra
  • acrimony n acritio || adj acrimonious acra
  • acrobat n acróbato || adj acrobatic acròbatisca
  • acromion n (anat.) acromio
  • acronym n acrónimo
  • acropolis n acrópolo
  • across prep (on or to the other side of) trans; across the board generala | (through) tra; to come across (encounter) incontrer || vt to go across (over) transvader; (through) travader || adv (on the other side of) transe; (through) trae; (crosswise) transverse; across from contre; frontale ad; to get across (an idea) comùnicher
  • acrostic n acróstico
  • acroterion n (archit.) acroterio
  • acrylic adj acrílica
  • act vi (take action) acter; (behave) comporter; (fulfill function) funtioner; (have effect) efectefer || vt (play a part) actorejer; rolijer; [feign] finger; [simulate] sìmuler || n (gen., theat; law) acto; to take action acter; acting (pretending) finjo; símulo; (theat.) actorejío; rolijo; action (activity) actado; (battle) batalio; combato; (deed) acto; faço; (effect) efecto; (functioning) funtiono; (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 sur 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 to 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) pènetranta; pènetrema; 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; nepènetrébila
  • adapt vt adapter; (tech.) adjustifer || adj adapted adaptita; apta; convenanta
  • add vt (phys. sense) adjunter; (in speaking) dicer anche; (math) aditioner; to add up sumifer || n addition (thing added) adjuntito; in addition pluse; suplemente; ultre | (math) aditiono || adj additional adjuntita; extra; plu multa; plusa; suplementa
  • addendum n adjuntito
  • adder n (zool.: Vipera berus) (comuna Europana) vípero
  • 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) hàbilitio; form of address fórmulo di cortesitio; addressee expedatario || vt (a letter) adirectiizer; (discuss) discuser; (name in a specified way) nòminijer; tìtulijer; (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 adjùdicher
  • 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; to 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; hòspiter
  • admix vt enmixturer; intermixturer
  • admonish vt (advise) consilier; (caution) adverter; (exhort) exhorter; (reprove) admonester
  • ado n àgitezo; eccitationezo; ruito
  • 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 to adulterate adulterationer || vi to adulterate (archaic: commit adultery) adùlterer
  • 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 antìcipisca pago; in advance to pay in advance pagher antícipe | (space) adabante; (time) ántee
  • 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 (counsel) consilier; (caution) adviser; (inform) informer; notìficher; (recommend) recomender || n advisability conveno; sapientitio; ùtilitio || adj advisable (recommendable) consilianda; (sensible) prudenta
  • advocate vt recomender; (jur.) defenser; plàciter || 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; vèntiler
  • aerial adj airana; aerial navigation air-návigo || n (antenna) anteno
  • aerie n ácuil-nido
  • aerobe n aerobio || adj aerobic aerobia
  • aerodynamics n aerodinámico
  • aerogel n aerogelo
  • aerolite n (min.) aerólitho
  • aerometer n aerómetro
  • aeronaut n aeronauto; aeronautics aeronautío
  • aerophobe n aerófobo; aerophobia aeròfobío
  • aeroscope n aeroscopio
  • aerosol n aerosolo
  • aerostat n aeróstato; aerostatics aeròstatío
  • aesthetic adj esthètichisca || n aesthetics esthético
  • afar adv (de) fore
  • affable adj afábila
  • affair n afaro; concerno; affairs (business) afaros; foreign affairs éxtera afaros; love affair amor-afaro; amorisca afaro; (fig.) pasiono
  • affect vt (feign) afectationer; sìmuler; (have an effect on) afecter; (impinge on) ìncider sur; (mentally) impresioner; ìnfluer; (move emotionally) emotionifer; (move emotionally; med.) afecter; (unnerve) perturbationer || n affectation afectationo; affection (fondness) afectiono; amo; to have affection for afectioner | (romantic) amoro || 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 sùferer 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; prèparata || adv (on foot) pede
  • afore prep (archaic) ante || adj aforegoing ántea; aforesaid (ántee) dicita; (ántee) mentionita; aforethought ante-méditita; (ántee) intentita; with malice aforethought ante-méditite; cum ante-méditito || adv ántee; aforehand ántee; antícipe; aforetime olim
  • afoul adv (in collision) en colisiono; (in conflict) en conflicto; to run afoul of a ship colisioner cum on navo; to run afoul of someone cader en conflicto cum álicu
  • afraid adj (scared) pavoranta; (apprehensive) timanta; 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 Àfricano; South Africa Sud-África
  • aft adv détree
  • after prep (in space) detre; (in time) post; (according to) secuno; (concerning) relate je; sopre; she asked after your father eli cuestionin sopre vua patro; (following) to go or come after secuer; (in allusion to) aluse je; (in honor of) honorize je; (in imitation of) ímite je; stile di; (in order) post; after you, Mr. Durden! post vi, Senioro Durden!; excuse after excuse excuso post excuso; (seeking) cercher; the cops are after him la politìanos cercan ili; after all (nevertheless) malgrate ecuilo; malgrate omno; post omno; tamen || n afterbirth placento; post-naço; aftermath (consequence) consecuentanto(s); (crop) post-mesiono; (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 de témporo ad témporo; 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 mea riveno; (position) an; oposita ad
  • agama n (zool.: Agama) agamo
  • agamic adj (bio.) agámica
  • agape adj (mouth) àperazita || n (love feast) ágapo
  • agar-agar n agarágaro
  • agaric n (bot.: Agaricales) agárico
  • agate n (min.) ágato
  • agave n (bot.: Agave) agavo
  • -age afx -atco
  • age n (length of time something has lived or existed) 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.) vèculado || vt vèculifer || vi vèculecer || adj aged (having a certain age) etatanta; aged 19 years etatanta 19 anuos | (old) etatosa; grand-etata; vécula; middle-aged medii-etatanta
  • agenda n agendo
  • agent n agento; representanto; agency (establ.) agenterío; (office) agentayo; (operation) agentitio; efectifo; ínfluo; mediationo
  • agglomerate vt aglòmerer
  • agglutinate vt aglùtiner
  • aggrandize vt plu-grandifer
  • aggravate vt (irritate) exàsperer; 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.) àgiter || n agitator (instrument) àgiticlo; (person) àgitanto || adj agitated destrancuila
  • aglow adj adoranta; adorosa; lùminanta
  • agnomen n surnómino
  • agnostic adj agnóstica || n agnosticism agnòstichismo
  • ago adv (before the present) ante nun; ántee; as long ago as jam an; jam dum; jam en; as long ago as 1991 jam en 1991; 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
  • agony n (anguish) angustio; tormento; (death throes) agonío || vt to agonize angustiifer; tormenter || vi to agonize (be in anguish) angustier; (be in death throes) agonìer
  • agoraphobe n agoráfobo; agoraphobia agoràfobío
  • agouti n (zool.: Dasyprocta) agutío
  • agraffe n agrafo
  • agrarian adj agrisca || n (person) agristo; agrarianism agrischismo; rurischismo
  • agree vi (concur) acorder; agreed? acordan vi?; (assent) asenser; (be consistent with) [concepts, facts] concorder; còngruer; (be of one mind) concorder; (consent) consenser; (gram.) concorder; (mus.) acorder; to agree on accepter; conventioner; to agree with (approve of) àprober; (get along with) eser símpatha ad; (suit) [food, climate, clothes, etc.] convener ad; to make agree (gram.) concordifer || vt (admit) agnocer; to agree to do consenser ad facer || n agreement (harmony of opinion) acordo; to nod in agreement asenser per sua cápito | (concord) concordo; (consensus) generala acordo; (consent) consenso; (gram.) concordo; (mus.) acordo; (pact) conventiono; to be in agreement with (consistent with) concorder ad; còngruer ad; (person, decision) acorder ad || adj agreeable (pleasant) agratábila; plaçanta; (suitable) convenanta; (willing to agree) complacema; voluntaria
  • agriculture n agromcultivo; agriculturist agromcultivisto || adj agricultural agromcultivisca
  • agrimony n agrimonio
  • agronomy n agrònomío; 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
  • AIDS n (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) SAID (síndromo di acuisita imun-défiço)
  • aigrette n penaçhieto
  • aikido n aichidó
  • ail vt aflicter; what ails you? cuo aflictan vi? || vi eser malata; sùferer || n ailment (disease) morbo; (illness) malatitio; (pain) dolor(et)o
  • ailanthus n (bot.: Ailanthus) 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 (invisible gaseous substance around the earth) airo; draft of air air-flueto; in the open air en líbera airo; light air vèntuleto; to take the air (go out of doors) promener; up in the air (undecided) nedecisita | [breeze] briso; air balloon aeróstato; air break aerofreno; air bubble air-bulbulo; air conditioner clìmatizatoro; air gun aerofocilo; air hole air-fenestr(et)o; air-forámin(et)o; 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; (broadcasting) on the air transmisanta; transmisata; (mien) 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; (tune) ario; melodio || vt (one’s views) expositioner; (ventilate) airizer; vèntiler; to airdrop paracadijifer; to airlift aerotransportationer || adj aired airizita; vèntilita; airy airosa; air-to-air air-ad-aira; air-to-ground air-ad-tera; airborne air-portationata; airsick aeronàuseanta; airtight hermética; anti-aircraft anti-airana; surface-to-air ter-ad-aira || adv airily frívole; legere
  • aisle n pas-vialeto; (side wing) làterisca navo
  • ajar adj parte àperita
  • ajutage n (nozzle) naselo
  • akimbo adv cum 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) àviditio; enthusiasmo; vivacitio; (promptness) puntualitio; ràpiditio
  • 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 evìgilatoro; 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 (zool.: Diomedeidae) 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 albùminoido; albuminuria (med.) albuminurio || adj albuminous (containing albumin) albùminosa; (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 (bot.: Rhamnus frangula) frángulo
  • alderman n munìcipii-conselano
  • ale n elo; alehouse (dated: tavern) (el-)taberno
  • aleak adj lecanta
  • alembic n alambico
  • alert adj alerta; (attentive) atentionema; (vigilant) vìgilanta || 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 (bot.: Medicago sativa) alfalfo
  • alga n algo
  • algebra n álgebro
  • Algeria n Algeria; Algerian Algeriano; Algiers Al-Jazair
  • alginate n (chem.) 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 to alienate (friends) inimichifer; (psych.) alienationer; (transfer) aliener || adj extranearia
  • aliform adj ali-forma
  • alight vi decenser; pasuer de; perçher || adj (aflame) ardanta; (luminous) lùminosa; (lit.) accendita
  • align vt alìneer; enlìneifer
  • alike adj ecuala; símila; to be alike sìmileser || 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 séxiga hómino vivanta; to be alive viver; to keep alive mantiner vivanta; suporter; (alert and active) actema; activa; animationosa; vivaça; to look alive àgiter 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 àlcaloido || adj alkaline àlcalesca; àlcalífera; alkaloid àlcaloida
  • 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 cum máxima fortitio; all-powerful omni-potanta; all-terrain omni-tera || adv (completely) all alone tote sola; all along dum la tota témporo; all in all entote; generale; omno consèderata; tala cam 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 alicuale cunche; 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 (bio.) alantoido
  • allay vt alevier; calmifer; mòderer; pacifer; tèmperer
  • allege vt (affirm) afirmer; (assert) aserter; (offer as a justification) alegher; (pretend) pretexter || n allegation acuso; afirmo; alego; aserto || adj alleged acusasca; asertasca; diçasca; his alleged involvement in the scandal iluya diçasca relato cum la scándalo; alleging aleganta; pretextanta; he absented himself alleging illness ili absentecin alegante malatitio
  • allegiance n devotitio; fidelitio; loyalitio; obedemitio; (feudal) vasalitio; oath of allegiance juro di fidelitio
  • allegory n alegorío || adj allegorical alegorìisca
  • allergy n alergio; allergen alérgeno
  • alleviate vt alevier; mòderer; palier
  • alley n (lane, as in a garden) aleo; (narrow passageway) angiporto; (small street) stradeto
  • alligator n (zool.: Alligator) aligatoro
  • alliterate vi aliterationer
  • allocate vt asigner; distributer
  • allocution n (formala) discurso
  • allodium n (hist.) alodio
  • allonge n (rare) alonjo
  • allopathy n alòpathío
  • allot vt asigner; dationer; distributer || n allotment (amount allocated) parcelo; parto; portiono
  • allotrope n (chem.) 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) tòlerer || vi to allow for proviser; tener conto di || n allowance (allowing) admiso; permiso; (grant) cònferedo; (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 (bot.: Pimenta dioica) [tree] pimentífero; [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 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 || vt aliantier (álico cum áltero)
  • almanac n (calendar) calendario; (ephemeris) efemérido; (handbook) almanaco
  • almeh n (hist: Egyptian belly dancer) almeo
  • almighty n omni-potanta
  • almond n (bot.: Prunus dulcis) [tree] amàndulífero; [seed] amándulo; almond milk amándul-lacto; almond sweetcake mazapano || adj almond-eyed amándul-ócula
  • almoner n (hist.) elemòsinizisto
  • almost adv presche
  • alms n (hist.) elemósino; to give alms elemòsinizer; alms-giving elemòsinizo; almshouse hospitio por la páuperos
  • aloe n (bot.: Aloe) [plant] áloo; [laxative] àloatco; aloeswood [aromatic resin] agàlocatco; [resinous heartwood] agáloco
  • aloft adv en la airo; supre; (naut.) sur la masto; to go aloft acenser la masto
  • alone adj (without company) sola; (living alone) solitaria; (undisturbed) leave me alone! laces mi en paço!; (unique) única || adv (without company) sole || conj let alone sine mentioner
  • along prep (following the length of) alonghe; alongside bordo an bordo; juxte; látere di; to go alongside aborder || adv (onward) adabántee; (together) cume; along with cume cum; all along juxte la vialo; (the whole time) dum la tota témporo; come along! venes cum mi!
  • aloof adj apartema; pauche abordébila || adv aparte; pauche abordébile
  • alopecia n (med.) alopecío
  • alosa n (zool.: Alosa) alauso
  • aloud adv audébile; clare; laute
  • alp n alpo; (alpine pasture) alpagio; The Alps Alpos || adj alpine alpana; alpisca
  • alpaca n (zool.: Vicugna pacos) alpaco
  • alpenstock n montáne-bastono
  • alpha n alfa; alpha release (comput.) alfa-versiono
  • 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) corayo; 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) modìficher || n 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 (alternating) alternanta; (alternative) alternativa
  • 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 alùminosa
  • 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 amàlgamif(atc)o || vt to amalgamate amàlgamifer; cumfusioner; mixturer; unioner
  • amanuensis n copiisto; secretario
  • amaranth n (bot.: Amaranthus) amarantho
  • amaryllis n (bot.: Amaryllis belladonna) amarilo
  • amass vt acùmuler; amasifer
  • amateur n amatoro; (archaic: dilettante) diletanto
  • amatory adj amorisca
  • amaurosis n (med.) amaurozo
  • 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 àmbuler
  • 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) jùdichébila; 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) agratábilo; cómodo; servo; a hotel with excellent amenities on hotelo cum bonaza cómodos et servos; a house with all the amenities on domo cum omna cómodos; (pleasantness) afàbilitio; agratàbilitio
  • ament n (bot.) amento
  • America n América; (United States) Usonia; American Amèricano; (U.S. citizen) Usoniano || adj American Amèricana; 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 amnesìer
  • amnesty n amnestío; to grant amnesty to amnestìer
  • 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 (pharm.) amfetamino
  • amphibian n (zool.: Amphibia) amfibio || adj amfibia; amphibious 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; exàgerer; grandifer; plu multe clarifer; plu multe detalier
  • amplify vt (broaden) amplifer; (elec.) amplifer; (increase, gen.) plu-grandifer || n amplification (elec.) amplífico; amplifier (elec.) amplìficatoro
  • ampoule n ampulo
  • ampulla n (hist., anat., zool.) ampulo
  • amputate vt àmputer
  • 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 (zool.: Eunectes) 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 anàloghitio || adj analogous análoga
  • analyze vt anàliser || adj analytic anàlisisca || n analysis análiso; analytics anàlisío
  • anamnesis n anamnesío; to experience anamnesis anamnesìer
  • anamorphosis n anamórfozo
  • anapest n (prosody) anapesto
  • anarch n (lit.) anarco; anarchist anarchisto; anarchy anarchitio
  • anastigmatic adj (opt.) anastígmata
  • anastomosis n (tech., med.) anastomozo
  • anathema n anàthemito || vt to anathematize anàthemer
  • Anatolia n Anatolia
  • anatomy n anàtomío; anatomist anátomo || adv anatomically correct anàtomiische 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.: Anemone) anémono; sea anemone (zool.: Actiniaria) mar-anémono
  • anemophilous adj (bot.) anemófila
  • aneroid adj aneroida || n (barometer) aneroido
  • anesthesia n anèsthesititio; anesthetic anèsthesivo || vt to anesthetize anèstheser
  • aneurysm n aneurismo
  • anew adv (afresh) nove; (again) denove
  • angel n ángelo; Angelus Ángelus; angelica (bot.: Angelica) angélico || adj angelic àngelesca; àngelisca
  • anger n iraço || vt iracifer || vi iracecer || adj angry iraçanta; iracema; iraçosa; (furious) furiosa
  • angina n (med.) angino
  • angioma n (med.) angiomo
  • angiopathy n angiopathío
  • angioplasty n angioplastio
  • angiosperm n (bot.: Angiospermae) angiospermo
  • angle n (geom.) ángulo; angle bracket (typ.: ⟨ ⟩) ángul-paréntheso; Angle (ethnic) Anglo || vt (direct) directioner; (incline) incliner; (present with a certain viewpoint) vid-puntizer || vi (fish) pischer; (incline) incliner si; inclinezer; (turn) turnezer
  • Anglican adj (relig.) Anglicana
  • anglicize vt Anglensifer
  • Anglo n (white, English-speaking person) Blanco; Anglophile Anglófilo; Anglophobe Anglófobo; Anglophone Anglófono; Anglo-Saxon Angli-Saxono
  • Angola n Angolia; Angolan Angoliano
  • Angora n Angora; Angora-cat Angor-cato; Angora-goat Angor-capro
  • angostura n (bot.: Angostura) 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.) ànimiso
  • 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 (put life into) vivifer; (put soul into) ànimizer; (fig.) animationer; eccitationer; inspirer; stìmuler || n animation animation(ez)o; vivacitio; suspended animation suspendata animationo || adj vivanta; animated animationita; animationosa; vivaça; animated image animationita imágino
  • animism n (relig.) ànimismo
  • animosity n inimichitio; odio; rancoro
  • animus n (animosity) inimichitio; odio; rancoro; (psych.) ànimiçho
  • anion n (chem.) aniono
  • anise n (bot.: Illicium anisatum) [tree] badianífero; (bot.: Pimpinella anisum) aniso; aniseed anisi-sémino; badiano; anisette anis-licuoro
  • ankle n cavilio; anklet cavilii-bracialeto
  • ankylosis n (med.) anchílozo
  • annal n analo; cróniclo
  • anneal vt recocer
  • annex vt anexer || n anexedo
  • annihilate vt extèrminer; 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) incòmoder; (weary) tedier
  • annual adj (which takes place once a year) anuala; omni-anua; (lasting a year) un-anua; (pertaining to a year) anuisca || n (yearbook) anu-libro; anuario
  • annuity n réndito; (pension) (anuisca) pensiono; annuitant rènditisto
  • 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; nerègulasca
  • anon adv (archaic: soon) prompte; (archaic: again) denove; (archaic: later on) poste; ever and anon de témporo ad témporo
  • anonymous adj anónima || n anonymity anònimitio; (person) anónimo
  • anorak n anoraco
  • another adj (additional) plusa; (different) áltera; another time (counting) an plusa veço; (at) another time álter-témpore; 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) rèplicher || vt (fulfill) satisfacer; to answer several purposes eser útila por plura objectivos; (reply to) responder ad; respondizer; I have answered your questions mi respondin ad vua cuestionos | [a door] àperer || 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 (accountable) responsanta; responsiva; (archaic: correspondent to) conforma; (rare: able to be answered or refuted) refutébila
  • ant n (zool.: Formicidae) formico; ant bear (zool.: Myrmecophaga tridactyla) giganta formicario; (zool.: Orycteropus afer) orictéropo; anteater (zool.: Manidae) pangolino; (zool.: Myrmecophaga tridactyla) giganta formicario; (zool.: Tachyglossidae) echidno; (zool.: Vermilingua) formicario; anthill formicayo; antlion (zool.: Myrmeleontidae) formic-leono
  • antagonize vt (cause to become hostile) antàgoner || n antagonism antágono; antagonist antàgonisto
  • 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 to antedate (document) ante-datizer; (occur earlier) antìciper; 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 (zool.) antílopo
  • antenna n anteno
  • anterior adj (space) abántea; (time) ántea; plu aprima || n anteriority abanteitio; anteitio
  • anthem n (song identified with a particular group or cause) himno; (liturgic) antífono
  • anther n (bot.) anthero
  • anthology n anthologío
  • anthracite n (min.) anthracito
  • anthrax n (med.) ánthraço
  • anthropoid adj anthropoida
  • anthropology n anthropòloghío; anthropologist anthropólogo
  • anthropometry n anthropòmetrío
  • anthropomorphic adj anthropomorfa || n anthropomorphism anthropomorfismo
  • anthropophagy n canìbalismo
  • anti- afx contre-; (tech.) anti- || n antibiotic antibiótico; antibody anticórporo; antichrist anticristo; anticlimax anticlímaço; anticyclone anticiclono; antigen antígeno; antimatter antimaterio; antimilitarism contre-mìlitarismo; antiparticle antipartículo; antiphlogistic anti-inflamivo; antipope antipapo; antitoxin antitoxino || adj anti-Christian contre-cristiana; anti-Semitic contre-Semida; 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) antìciper; (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 antìpathitio; to have antipathy to antìpatheser 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 (out of fashion) ecmoda; (obsolete) desmoderna; obsoleta || n anticuo; antiquity anticuitio || vt to antiquate ecmodifer; obsoletifer
  • antithesis n antítheso || adj antithetical antíthesa
  • antler n branchi-corno; cornado
  • antonomasia n (rhet.) antonómaso
  • antonym n antónimo
  • anura n (zool.: Anura) anuro
  • anus n (anat., bio.) ano
  • anvil n incudo
  • anxious adj (disquieted) ànxiosa; destrancuila; (eagerly desirous) desìderazanta; (solicitous) solicitùdinanta || 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; sèparite; to break apart disrumper; (separately, aside) aparte; apart from (except for) eccepte je; (in addition to) ultre
  • apartment n (suite of rooms) apartamento; apartment block apartament-edificio; apartamentado; apartment complex apartamentado
  • apathy n àpathitio || adj apathetic ápatha
  • ape n (zool.: Hominoidea) simiono || vt (imitate) ìmitaçher; sìmulaçher || 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 (med.) afasío; aphasic afasíaco || adj aphasic afasíaca
  • aphelion n (astron.) afelio
  • aphid n (zool.: Aphididae) áfido
  • aphis n afo
  • aphonia n (med.) àfonitio || 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 (expression of regret) perdon-demando; (vindication) apólojo; apologetics apòlogío; apologist apòlogisto || vi to apologize demander perdono; (vindicate) apòloger || adj apologetic (excusatory) excusema; (regretful) perdon-demandanta; (defensive) apòlogisca
  • aponeurosis n (anat.) aponeurozo
  • apophysis n (zool., anat.) apófiso
  • apoplexy n (dated, med.) apoplexío
  • aport adv sinistre
  • apostate n apóstato || adj apóstata
  • apostille n apostilo
  • apostle n apóstolo || adj apostolic apòstolisca
  • apostrophe n (gram., rhet.) apóstrofo
  • apothecary n apothechisto; apothecary shop apotheco
  • apothem n apóthemo
  • apotheosis n apotheozo; deifo || vt to apotheosize apotheozer; deifer
  • appall vt consterner; hororifer
  • appanage n apanatco; to 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 (call on for something) apeler; to appeal to someone’s generosity apeler ad la bonitato di álicu; (jur.) to appeal against (a conviction) apeler contre; to appeal to the Supreme Court apeler ad la Supra Corto; (attract) sembler atractiva; (beseech) implorer; sùplicher; (have recourse) recurser; (refer to) turner si ad || n court of appeals corto di apelo; corto di casationo
  • appear vi (come into sight) aparer; to cause to appear aparifer; (look like) aspecter; (seem) sembler || n appearance (act) aparo; arivo; to make an appearance aparer por la formo; first appearance debuto; to make a first appearance debuter | (aspect) aspecto; vulto; (ghost) fantasm-aparo; (semblance) semblo; (what is seen) aparatco; formo
  • appease vt (content) contentifer; satisfacer; (pacify) calmifer; pacifer
  • appellant n apelanto
  • appellation n nómino; título; (act) nòminizo
  • append vt adjunter; adligher; adponer || n appendage accesorio; adjuntito; apéndiço; apertinanto
  • appendix n (lit., anat., zool., bot.) apéndiço; appendectomy apèndicéctomo; appendicitis apèndicito
  • Appenines n Apenino
  • appertain vi (relate, concern) relater; (belong) apertiner || adj appertaining to concernanta; relatanta ad
  • appetite n apetito; appetizer apetitifivo || adj appetizing apetitifanta
  • applaud vt aplauser
  • applause n (a round of clapping) aplauso; (acclaim) aclamer
  • apple n (bot.: Malus domestica) [fruit] pomo; [tree] pomíferoo; Adam’s apple pomo di Adam; apple core pom-cordio; apple of discord pomo di desacordo; apple orchard pom-àrborayo; apple pie pom-torto; apple tree pomífero; apple jelly pom-geleo; applesauce pom-compoto
  • apply vi (make a formal request) to apply for a job solìciter empleatitio; (be relevant) relater; (be valid) eser válida || vt (put something on a surface; put into operation or use) àplicher; to apply oneself àplicher si; to apply the brake frenijer || n application (printed form for employment, etc.) solìciticlo; (request) demando; petitiono; solícito; appliance (device) aparato; (means) meano; (tool) instrumento; utensilo; applicant candidato; petitionanto; solìcitanto; (jur.) plàcitanto; application (industry) diligentitio; (program) àplichiva programo; àplichivo; (putting something into operation or use) áplico; uso; (putting something on a surface) adpono; áplico; surpono; (relevance) àplichèbilitio; (result) àplicatco || adj applicable àplichébila; apta; convenanta; applied science àplicata ciencio; pràctichisca ciencio
  • appoint vt (assign) asigner; (equip) [provide as equipment] furniser; [provide with equipment] ecuiper; (for a position) nòminijer; selecter; (prescribe) fixer; (to a task) comisioner || n appointee nòminijito; appointment (agreed time or place to meet someone) apuntamento; appointment calendar agendo; to make an appointment fixer on apuntamento | (job or position) pósteno
  • apportion vt dispartifer; disportionifer
  • appose vt (apply) surponer; (juxtapose) juxteponer; (place opposite) oposer || n apposition (gram.) apositiono
  • apposite adj àplichébila; apta; convenanta
  • appraise vt (as a specialist) expertejer; (tax) taxationer; (value) evaluter || n appraisal evaluto; appraiser evalutisto
  • appreciate vt (value) apretier; èstimer; (perceive, detect) percepter; (understand) comprenser || vi (increase in value) augmentezer (en valoro) || n appreciation apretio; (praise) laudo || adj appreciable consìderanda; 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; notìficher; (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 àprober; santioner; (fig.) aplauser
  • appropriate adj adecuita; (apt) apta; (suitable) convenanta || vt (for one’s own) propriifer; (money) asigner; cònferer; (purloin) sustracter
  • approve vt àprober; santioner; to shout approval aclamer
  • approximate adj (quantities) círcuma; (time, space) próxima || vt pròximecer ad; (guesstimate) apròximer
  • appurtenance n apertinanto; (adjunct) adjuntito; (thing to which another pertains) relatatario
  • apricot n (bot.: Prunus armeniaca, et al.) 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 eser -ema; 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 àcuilesca
  • Aquilon n (north wind) Acuilone
  • Aquitaine n Acuitania; Aquitanian Acuitano
  • aquosity n acuositio
  • Arab n Árabo; arabesque Àrabesco; Arabia Àrabia; Arabian Àrabiano; Arabic (language) Àrabenso; Saudi Arabia Saúd-Àrabia; Saudi Arabian Saúd-Àrabiano || adj Arabic Àrabiana; (person) Áraba; (thing) Àrabisca
  • arable adj (crops) cultivébila; (land) aratébila
  • arachnoid n (anat.) aracnoido
  • Aragon n Aragonia
  • Aram n (hist.) Aramia; Aramean Aramiano
  • araneous adj aràneatchesca
  • arbalest n (hist.) arbalesto
  • arbiter n arbitrationisto
  • arbitrage n (fin.) arbitrajo || vi arbitrager
  • arbitrary adj (based on random choice or personal whim) arbitriasca; arbitrary act arbitriatco; (despotic) despòtichisca; tiranisca
  • arbitrate vt arbitrationer || n arbitration arbitrationo; arbitrator arbitrationanto
  • arbor n (shaft) ax-árboro; [mandrel] mandrino; (tree) árboro; arbor vitae thuyo; arboriculture árbor-cultivo | [bower] pèrguleto; [grove] boscheto || adj arboreal àrborisca; arborescent àrboresca
  • arboretum n árbor-botànicayo
  • arbutus n (bot.: Ericaceae) [tree] àrbutífero; [berry] árbuto
  • 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; vòlvitizita entrayo; (portal) portalo || vt archifer || vi archecer || adj (roguish) malesca; pètulanta || afx (chief, principal; preeminent) archi-; archangel archiángelo; archbishop archiepíscopo; archchancellor archicancelario; archdeacon archidiácono; archduchy (estate) archiduchio; (office) archiduchitio; archduke archiduco; archpriest archisacerdoto
  • archaeology n archeòloghío; archaeologist archeólogo || adj archaeological archeòloghìisca
  • 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 sàbulisca; sàbulosa
  • areola n aréolo
  • areometry n areòmetrío; 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 (give reasons, evidence in support of something) argumenter; [jur.] plàciter; (dispute) dìsputer || n arguement argumento; (dispute) disputo || 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.) aristòcratado; (quality) aristòcratitio; (system) aristòcratismo || adj aristocratic aristócrat(isc)a
  • aristolochia n (bot.: Aristolochia) aristolochio
  • Aristotle n Aristótele || adj Aristotelian Aristòtelisca
  • arithmetic n arithmético; arithmetician arithmètichisto
  • 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 cum brachios interplectita; at arm’s length ye brachii-disto; with arms folded cum brachios crucejita; with open arms cum brachios àperita; armband bracialo; armchair brachii-sedilo; armhole brachii-forámino; armpit axilo; armful plen-brachio; armlet bracialo; (heraldry) (coat of) arms blasono; (weapon) armo; arms armado; armos; by force of arms per fortijo di armos; ground arms! abases la armos!; in arms armos enmanue; lay down arms deponer la armos; shoulder arms! armos adspádule!; portationes armos!; side arms cint-armos; small arms legera armos; to manufacture arms armefer; to 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 (zool.: Dasypus) 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 (armor) armor-vendisto; armorefisto; (weapons) arm-vendisto; armefisto; armory armayo; arsenalo || vt armorizer || adj armorial (heraldic) blasonisca; armorial bearings blasono
  • army n armato
  • arnica n (bot.: Arnica) árnico
  • aroma n aromo; (chem.) aromatic aromato; aromatic aromífero || adj aromatic aromífera
  • around adv (on every side) círcume; to turn around (on a point outside of its own body) [following an approximately circular route] girer; (on an axis) [so as to rotate and face a different direction] turner; (on its own axis) [so as to rotate and face a different direction] rotationer; turnezer || prep (on every side of) circum; (in or to many places throughout) círcume en; to go around (an obstacle) (on the other side of) 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
  • arouse vt (sexually) eccitationer; (stir up) inciter; (wake) evìgiler
  • 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)òrdiner; 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; battle array formationo di batalio; órdino di batalio | [computing] arayo; tabelo; [mil.] formationo || vt (display) expositioner; paradifer; (dress) vestizer; (order) aranger; disponer; òrdiner; [mil.] formationer
  • arrears n nepaghita debitionedo; tarda debitionedo; in arrears tardecinta; (bill) nepaghita; (person) nepaghinta
  • arrest vt (legal) arester; capter; (stop) haltifer; (the attention) fixer || n arestezo; aresto; arrest warrant aresti-mandationo; to be under arrest arestezer || adj arrested person arestito
  • 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 (bot.: Maranta arundinacea) aroruto
  • arse n (vulg.) culo
  • arsenal n arsenalo
  • arsenic n (chem.: As) arsénico
  • arson n crìminasca 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; artistic person artemo | (highly) virtuosa; artistic perfection virtuositio | (relating to art) artisca; artistic character artischitio | (relating to the artist) artistisca; artless ingenua; inocenta; sine artificio
  • artery n arterio; arteritis arteriito || adj arterial arteriisca
  • artesian adj (re artesian wells; from Artois) Artesiana; artesian well Artesiana púteo
  • arthritis n arthrito || adj arthritic (of disease) arthritisca; (of persons) arthrítaca
  • arthrodia n (anat.) arthrodio
  • arthropod n (zool.: Arthropoda) arthrópodo
  • artichoke n (bot.: Cynara scolymus) artiçhoco; Jerusalem artichoke (bot.: Helianthus tuberosus) tupinamburo
  • article n (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; (grammar) artículo; [definite article] definitionita artículo; determinationiva artículo || vt contracter cuomo je aprendisto
  • articulate adj (fluent and coherent) bone expresiva; clara; elocuenta; articular (relating to joints) articulaturisca; articulated (jointed) articulaturífera; (pronounced, expressed) articulationita || n articulation (formation of speech sounds) articulationo; pronuntio; (joint) articulaturo || vt (speech) [express fluently and coherently] clare expreser; [form speech sounds] articulationer; [pronounce clearly and distinctly] clare pronuntier; (join together) articulaturizer
  • artifice n (clever expedient) artificio; (ruse) astutatco; stratagemo; artificer (skilled craftsman) minsteriisto || adj artificial artificia
  • artillery n artilerío; canonado; artillerist artilerìisto || 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) tam; it’s like chocolate, but not as sweet oli saporan cuale çhocolato, mas ne tam dulce; as ... as tam ... cam; I am just as smart as you are mi es tam inteligenta cam vi; I want you to hit me as hard as you can mi volitionan che vi colpes mi tam forte cam vi potan; as big again as duple granda cam; as much/many as tam multa cam; tante cam; as soon as possible maxim prompte posíbile; tam prompte cam posíbile; as far as (time, space) usche; as far as possible secuno posìbilitio | (to the extent that) secuno cuante; as far as I know secuno cuante mi sapan; as for relate ad; sopre; as for example exemple; as for me sopre mi; as for the rest sopre la céteros; as much I thought as much anche mi pensin ecuilo | (the same) metípsime; as to, as regards relate ad; sopre; as well (also) anche ...; as well as (besides) ultre || prep (in the capacity of) cuomo; to act as king acter cuomo rejo; (in the manner of) cuale; to act as (like) king acter cuale rejo; (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; as there was not enough pumpkin spice, the whole month of October was canceled pro che ci ne esin sufiçanta pepon-spicio, homi anulin la tota menso Octobro; (even though) cuante cunche; smart as she is... cuante cunche inteligenta eli es...; (in accordance with) secuno; as you will secuno vua placero; he did as you asked ili facin secuno vua demando; (like) cuale; as everyone knows cuale homi bone sapan; as is well known cuale homi bone sapan; he is as he always was ili es tala cam ili esin olime; think as I think penses cuale mi pensan; (to the same degree that) I took such as pleased me mi prensin ecuilos cua placin ad mi; 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 (bot.: extract from Ferula assa-fetida) asafétido
  • asbestos n asbesto
  • ascarid n (zool.: Ascaridae) ascárido
  • ascend vt (move upward upon) acenser || vi (move upward) acenser || n ascendancy auctoritato; dominationo; ínfluo; ascension acenso; Ascension Day Acens-festo; ascent acenso; (slope, path) acensayo || adj ascendant acensanta; (rising in power) dominationeçanta
  • ascertain vt certanifer si; (for oneself by observation or experiment) constater || adj ascertainable constatébila
  • ascetic n aceto; asceticism acetismo || adj acetisca
  • ascribe vt atribuer; ìmputer
  • asepsis n (act) asèptichifo; (state) asèptichitio || adj aseptic aséptica
  • asexual adj (bio.) agámica; (bot.) criptógama; (without gender) sine sexo; (without sexual feelings) sine eroto
  • ash n (powdery residue of a burnt substance) cínero; Ash Wednesday Cíner-Mercuriidio; ashtray cìneruyo | (bot.: Fraxinus) fráxino || adj ashen cìnerea; (archaic: made from the ash tree) fráxina
  • ashamed adj verecundanta; verecundosa; (bashful) pudorosa; to be ashamed verecunder; to make ashamed verecundifer
  • ashlar n cuadratifita petro
  • ashore adv 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; to lay, put, set aside forponer; poner aparte; to step aside mover si adlátere; (dismissing or shifting topics) aside from that exter ecuilo || n (theat.) aparta parlo
  • asinine adj àsinaçha; àsinesca
  • ask vt (inquire of) cuestioner (álicu sopre álico); (request) demander de; [beg] precher; (invite) inviter || vi to ask for (request) demander; (demand) èxiger; (stipulate) stìpuler
  • askance adv desapretiante; desfavorose; schéptiche; (obliquely) oblicue
  • askew adv oblicue; (wrong, awry) desrecte; nerecte
  • 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 (bot.: Asparagus officinalis) aspárago
  • aspartame n aspartamo
  • aspect n aspecto; (positioning) house with a southerly aspect domo cum on ad-suda orientationo; domo orientationita ad-sude
  • aspen n (bot.: Populus tremula) trémul-poplo
  • aspergillum n adspargiclo
  • asperity n àsperitio; (rough edge) àsperatco
  • asperse vt (relig.) adsparger; (rare: defame) calumnier; difamationer || n aspersion calumnio; difamationo
  • asperula n (bot.: Asperula) aspérulo
  • asphalt n asfalto || vt asfaltizer
  • asphault n bitúmino
  • asphodel n (bot. Asphodelus) asfódelo
  • asphyxiate vt asfixier || n asphyxia asfixio
  • aspic n (cul.) áspico
  • aspidistra n (bot.: Aspidistra) aspidistro
  • aspirate vt (phon.) aspirationer || n (med.) ecsuctatco; (phon.) aspirationedo; aspiration (med.) ecsucto; (phon.) aspirationo; aspirator ecsuctatoro
  • aspire vi aspirer; ambitioner; desìderer || 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 (vulg.: anat.) cul-forámino; (vulg.: mean, petty person) cunaçho; malaçho; mènculaçho || vt to ass-fuck (vulg.) pedicher
  • assail vt asalter; atacher; to assail the honor of atempter la honoro di || n assailant asaltanto, -edoro; atacanto, -edoro || adj unassailable neatachébila
  • assassin n (contract killer, hitman) sicario; (murderer) asasino; assassination asasinío || vt to assassinate asasinìer
  • 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 n (of ore) exagio; (analysis) análiso; (test) éprobo || vt (ore) exagier; (analyze) anàliser; (test) èprober
  • assegai n (African spear; also “assagai”) zagayo
  • assemble vt (gather together in one place for a common purpose) [people or things] asembler; (fit together the the separate component parts of) monter || vi (people or things) asemblezer; (people) cumvener || n assembly asembl(atc)o; colection(atc)o; (meeting) cumveno; (of parts) mont(atc)o; assembly line monti-cateno; some assembly required monto recuisitita | (pol.) asembleo; assembly(wo)man asembleano
  • assent n asenso || vi asenser
  • assert vt (declare forcefully) aserter; (establish) [authority] agnocifer ad; (insist on) [rights] èxiger || adj assertive certana; firma; forta personitie
  • assess vt (value) evaluter; (tax) taxationer || n assessment evaluto; (tax) impostatco; taxation(atc)o; assessor taxationisto; (assistant judge) asesoro
  • asset n (valuable thing) valoroso; (advantage) abantajo; (fin.) activo; (property) posesedo
  • asseverate vt afirmer (solemne aut èmfasose); aserter (solemne aut èmfasose)
  • assiduous adj asidua; diligenta
  • assign vt (allot, designate) asigner; [date] fixer; (appoint) [person] nominationer; (attribute) atribuer; (jur.: transfer) cesioner; trànsferer || n assignation (tryst) (secreta) rendezvoso; assignee cesionario; (of an insolvent’s estate) síndico; assignment asigno; [of date] fixo; [of person] nominationo; (attribution) atribuo; (jur.) cesiono; tránsfero
  • assimilate vt asìmiler; (make similar) sìmilifer
  • assist vt adjuter || n assistance adjuto; assistant adjutanto; (adjunct) adiunto || adj assisted living adjutata vivado
  • assize n (hist.: court) superiora crìminisca tribunalo
  • associate vt (connect mentally) I always associate that phrase with Arnold Schwarzenegger mi sempre asocian ecuila fraso cum Arnold Schwarzenegger; (join as a partner, ally, or friend) asocier || vi to associate with (keep company with) vìsitader; I do not associate with known geeks mi ne vìsitadan agnocita ghicos || n (member of an association) asociito; (colleague) colego; (comrade) camarato; association asociatco; asociitado; association of ideas asocio je ideos || adj associated asociita; Associated Artists Asociita Artistos
  • assonate vi asoner || n assonance asono || adj assonant asonanta
  • assort vt (archaic: classify) asorter || n assortment asort(atc)o || adj assorted asortita; (miscellaneous) diversa
  • assuage vt (mitigate) alevier; diminutioner; mòderer; [pacify] calmifer; trancuilifer; (satisfy, relieve) satier
  • assume vt (suppose, presume) suposer; [presuppose] antesuposer; (adopt) [air] dationer ad si; [name, attitude, look] adopter; (take on) [power, debts, responsibility] asumpter; [unjustly] arogher; propriifer || n assumption (supposition) suposo; (adoption) adopto; (presupposition) antesuposo; (rel.) asumpto; (taking on) asumpto; (archaic: presumption) arogo; presumpto
  • assure vt (person) certanifer; (event) certifer; (quiet) calmifer; cuietifer; (secure) securifer; (Brit.: insure) asecurer || n assurance [person] certanifo; [event] certifo; (self-confidence) aplombo; certanitio en si ipsa; (arrogance) aroghemitio; presumpto; (Brit.: insurance) asecuro || 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
  • 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 astìgmatitio
  • astir adj movezanta; (awake) evìgilita
  • 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 cabàliche sur
  • astringe vt astricter || adj astringent astrictiva
  • astrolabe n (hist.) astrolabio
  • astrology n astròloghío; astrologer astrólogo || adj astrological astròloghìisca
  • astronaut n astronauto; astronautics astronautío
  • astronomy n astrònomío; astronomer astrónomo || adj astronomical astrònomìica
  • astrophysics n astrofísico; astrophysicist astrofìsichisto
  • Asturias n Asturia; Asturian Asturiano
  • astute adj (sagacious) sagaça; (crafty) astuta
  • asunder adv (archaic or lit.) dis-; partifite; sèparite; what God hath joined together let no man put asunder cuo dunche Deo juntin, homi ne sépares
  • asylum n (place of refuge) asilo; (for the insane) dementerío; (for the poor, aged, infirm) hospitio; (fig.: part of church containing high altar) santuario
  • asymmetry n nesimetritio || adj asymmetrical nesimetra
  • asymptote n (geom.) asímptoto || adj asymptotic asímptota
  • at prep (a particular place or position) [contiguous to] an; to sit at a desk seder an on scriptorio | [in] en; at home focare; at the office en la oficino | [in the domain of] apud; my email address is at noone@nowhere.com mea electrònichisca adirectio es noone apud nowhere punto com | [in the house of] apud; breakfast at Tiffany’s dejuno apud Tiffany | [on] sur; at sea sur la maro; (a particular rate) at €30 a kilo ye 30 € chilograme/po chilogramo; at 20% interest ye interesto de 20%; 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; (mil. command) repauses!; at fault culpífera; en eroro; at it valde ocupata; at war en guero; at work laboranta; òcupata; (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; 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; secuno; at her cries an eluya critos; at my request secuno 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 versum ili || n at sign (@) at-símbolo; símbolo por ad, apud
  • ataraxy n (philos.) ataraxio
  • atavism n àtavismo || adj atavistic àtavista
  • ataxia n (med.; also “ataxy”) ataxio; locomotor ataxia locomotionisca ataxio || adj ataxic (disease) ataxiisca; (person) ataxíaca
  • 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; athletics athletismo || adj athletic (physically fit, active) athlet(esc)a; (relating to athletes) athletisca
  • athwart prep transverse sur || adv transverse
  • 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 atmòsferisca; atmospheric pressure atmósfer-preso
  • atoll n atolo
  • atom n átomo; atomism àtomismo || vt to atomize àtomifer || adj atomic weight àtomisca peso
  • atone vt to atone for (compensate for) compenser; (rel.) expier
  • atony n (ling., physiol.) atonío
  • atop prep supre sur
  • atrabilious adj (lit.) melancolìosa
  • atrium n atrio
  • atrocious adj abòminanda; cruelaza || n atrocity cruelazatco; (quality) cruelazitio
  • atrophy vi (med.) atrofìezer || vt atrofìer || n atrofío
  • atropine n (chem.) atropino
  • attach vt (fasten) adjunter; ligher; unioner; (attribute) atribuer; (for duty) ficer server; (legal) embargher; sacer || n attaché (diplo.) ataçheo; attachment (comput.: document) adjuntita fiçhero; adjuntito || adj to be attached (married, spoken for) maritita; to be attached to (have an affection for) afectioner; amer
  • 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) èprober; to attempt Everest èprober Everest; (strive for) efortier -er; to attempt a comeback efortier rinvener; (archaic: try to kill) atempter; to attempt suicide atempter si ipsa || vi (try) èprober; (strive) efortier; (take steps, measures) facer pasuos || n (effort to kill) to make an attempt on the life of someone atempter la vivo di álicu
  • attend vt (be present at) asister; [school, etc.] asistader; (accompany) acompanier; escorteser ad || vi to attend to (look after; deal with) atenter; (pay attention to) atentioner; (serve) server || 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) atentiono; attention! atentiones!; (mil.) atention-stes!; to call attention to ficer atentionata; to pay attention to atentioner | (assiduous) cultivo; (humoring) complaço; attentions (romantic) atentiono; cortejo || adj attentive (heeding) atentionema; atentionosa; (careful of) atentema; (courteous) cortesa; (gallant) galanta
  • attentive adj atentionema
  • attenuate vt atenuationer; (diminish) diminutioner; (thin) tenuifer; (thin out) desdensifer; (weaken) dèbilifer
  • attest vt atester || n attestation (authentication) authèntichifo; (evidence) atesto || adj properly attested authéntica
  • attic n subtecto
  • Attica n Ática; Atticism Àtichenso || adj Attic Àticana
  • 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 atitùdiner álico
  • attorney n (business or legal proxy) procuratisto; (lawyer) avocato; (jurist) legisto; yuristo; attorney general súpera stat-avocato; power of attorney procurato; prosecuting attorney stat-avocato
  • attract vt atracter; (entice, lure) lurer || n attraction (act) atracto; [enticement, lure] luro; (state) atractatitio; (something that draws) atracticlo; atractivo; cármino || adj attractive atractiva; (charming) càrminanta; càrminiva; (enticing) luriva; to be attracted (gravitate) gràviter
  • attribute vt atribuer; (impute) ìmputer || n (gram., log.) atributo; (quality) cualitio || adj attributive (gram.) atribuisca; (jur.) atribuanta
  • attrit vt (wear away) atritioner; (wear down) atritioner || n attrition (wearing away) atritiono; war of attrition guero di atritiono | (relig.) atrititio || adj attrite (relig.) atrita
  • attrite adj (relig.) atrita
  • attune vt acordifer
  • au fait adj informita
  • au pair n alparo
  • au revoir inter usche rivido
  • aubergine n (Brit.: eggplant) alberginio
  • auburn adj rúbe-bruna
  • auction n auctiono; to knock down at auction adjùdicher; auctioneer auctionisto || vt auctioner
  • audacious adj audacianta; audaciosa || n audacity audacio
  • audible adj audébila
  • audience n (people present) asistantado; audientado; (reception) audientio
  • audio n son(-signal)o || adj audio-visual audi-vidisca || afx audio- aud(i)-
  • audiometer n audiómetro
  • audit n (com.) auditorío; auditor (com.) auditoro; (hearer) audanto; (univ.) líber-asistanto || vt auditorìer; (a class) líber-asister
  • audition n (trial of an entertainer) auditiono || vt (trial an entertainer) auditioner || vi (perform an audition) auditionezer
  • auditorium n audientayo
  • auditory adj audisca
  • auger n turn-forationicl(az)o
  • aught prn álico cunche
  • augment vt augmenter
  • augur vt (bode) àugurìer; that doesn’t augur well ecuilo ne bone àugurían; (archaic: foresee) àugurìer || n (archaic: soothsayer) áuguro; augury (omen) àugurío; (soothsaying) àugurío
  • august adj augusta || n August Augusto; Augustine Augustino; (monk) Augustinano
  • auk n (zool.: Alcidae) álcido; (zool.: Alca torda) alco
  • aunt n thiiso
  • aura n halono; an aura of mystery on halono di misterio
  • aural adj (of ear) aurìculisca; (of hearing) audisca
  • aureola n (anat.) auréolo
  • aureole n (around body) halono; (around head) auréolo
  • aureomycin n (med.: chlortetracycline) clortetraciclino
  • auricle n (anat.) [of the ear] éxtera aurículo; [of the heart] cordiisca atrio || adj auricular (of ear) aurìculisca; (of hearing) audisca
  • auriferous adj aurífera
  • aurochs n (zool.: Bos primigenius) uro
  • aurora n auroro; aurora borealis Bòreisca auroro; polisca auroro
  • auscultate vt (med.) auscultationer || n auscultation auscultationo
  • auspice n auspicio; under favorable auspices cum favorosa auspicios; under the auspices of sub la auspicios di || adj auspicious bon-àuguría; 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
  • autarky n autarchio
  • authentic adj authéntica; vera; (authorized) yurizita || n authenticity authèntichitio || vt to authenticate certìficher; constater
  • authetntic adj authéntica
  • author n auctoro
  • authority n (power or right to give orders) auctoritato; with full authority cum plena auctoritato aut poto aut yuro | [authorization] permiso; santiono; yurizo; [person] auctoritatífero; (expert; reliable source of information) auctoritatífero; experto; to have on good authority haber de bona fonto; authorization permiso; yurizo; (official) santiono; (written) certífico je permiso || vt to authorize àprober; permiser; yurizer || adj authoritative auctoritatífera
  • autism n autismo; autist autísmaco; autisto || adj autistic autísmaca; autista
  • auto- afx (for scientific and technical terms) auto-; (gen.) si
  • auto-da-fé n autodafeo
  • autobiography n autobiògrafío || adj autobiographical autobiògrafía
  • autochthon n aborígino
  • autoclave n autoclavo
  • autocrat n autócrato; autocracy (regime) autòcratio; (reign) autòcratío; (system) autòcratismo || adj autocratic autòcratisca; (person) autócrata
  • autodidact n autodidacto
  • autofocus n autofocalo
  • autograph n autógrafo || vt autògrafizer
  • autogyro n autogiro
  • automat n autómata restoranto
  • automatic adj (self-acting) autómata; (relating to an automation) autòmatisca || n automation autòmatifo; automaton autómato
  • automobile n automóbilo
  • automorphic adj (math, geol.) automorfa
  • autonomy n autònomitio || adj autonomous autónoma
  • autopsy n autopsío; to perform an autopsy on autopsìer
  • autosuggestion n autòsugesto
  • autumn n autumno
  • Auvergne n Arvernia
  • auxiliary adj (supplementary, reserve) auxiliaria; auxiliary verb auxiliaria verbo; (accessory) accesoria; (helping) adjutanta; adjutiva || n (supplement, reserve) auxiliario; (assistant) adjutanto; adjutivo
  • avail vt adjuter; profitifer; to avail oneself of profiter per; user; ùtilifer || vi ùtileser || n of no avail neútila; availability disposèbilitio || adj available disposébila; to have available disposer
  • aval n (guarantee) avalo
  • avalanche n avalançho || vi avalançher
  • avant-garde n abante-guardistado || adj abante-guardistada
  • avarice n avaritio || adj avaricious avara
  • avast inter haltes!
  • avaunt inter (archaic) forvades!
  • avenaceous adj avenesca; avenisca
  • avenge vt vindicter
  • avens n (bot.: Geum) geo
  • aventail n camalio
  • avenue n avenito; (garden path) aleo
  • aver vt afirmer; aserter; certifer
  • average n (math) medii-valoro; on the average medii-nombre; medii-valore; (damage to ship or cargo) avarío || vt medii-càlculer; medii-valorifer || vi medii-valorer || adj medii-grada; medii-valora; (mediocre) mediocra; (normal, typical) normasca; tipasca
  • averse adj desinclinita; nefavorosa; neinclinita; resistema || n aversion antìpathitio; desinclinititio; neinclinititio; repugnezo; to cause an aversion to antìpathifer ad; repugner; to have an aversion to antìpatheser ad; álico repugnan
  • avert vt (turn away) [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 àviditio; with avidity ávide
  • avionics n aviónico
  • avocado n avocado; avocado tree avocadífero
  • avocation n (hobby) pasatempo; (minor occupation) accesoria minsterio aut òcupado aut profesiono
  • avocet n (zool.: Recurvirostra) 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) evìgilezer; (fig.) riconciecer; rieccitationecer; rivivacecer || vt (cause to stop sleeping) evìgiler; (fig.) riconciifer; rieccitationer; rivivacifer || adj evìgilita; to stay awake (watch, sit up) vìgiler
  • award vt (prize, medal) cònferer; premiizer; (jur.) [damages] adjùdicher || n (prize) premio; (adjudgment) adjùdichedo || adj award-winning premiizita
  • aware adj (cognizant) concianta; to be aware concier; to make aware conciifer; informer; (awake) evìgilita
  • 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 (reverence) respectazo; venerationo; (wonder) mirabiliezo; (fear) timo (respectazosa, venerationosa); 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 imponanta; (archaic) [inspiring fear] hororifanta; teroranta; teroriva; timenda; [inspiring reverence, wonder] solemnaza || 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; (zool.: Axis axis) çhitalo; 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.: Ambystoma mexicanum) axolotlo
  • axon n (bio.) 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
  • Aymara n (person) Aimaro; (language) Aimarenso
  • azalea n (bot.: Rhododendron) azaleo
  • Azerbaijan n Azerbaijania; Azerbaijani Azerbaijaniano
  • azimuth n azimutho
  • Azores n Açoria
  • azote n (chem.: N) nitrógeno
  • Aztec n Azteco || adj (person) Azteca; (thing) Aztechisca
  • 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.
  • baa vi (sheep) beer; bleter || n beo || inter be!
  • Baal n (myth.) Báal
  • baba n (French bun) babca
  • babble vi (talk rapidly and incomprehensibly) gàrulaçher; (murmur) mùrmurer; (prattle, chatter) gàruler || n babbler gàrulaçhemo
  • babe n (lit.: baby) bebo
  • Babel n Bábel; the tower of Babel la turo di Bábel
  • babirusa n (zool.: Babyrousa) babiruso
  • baboon n (zool.: Papio) babuino
  • babouche n babusho
  • baby n [animal or human] bebo; [human] infanto; puereto; (pre-ambulatory) infanteto; (toddler) infantazo; pasuetivo; baby boom beb-augmento; baby diaper beb-tuco; baby stroller beb-caròceeto; baby talk hipocorística parlo; baby’s breath (bot.: Gypsophila paniculata) panìculosa gipsófilo; babyhood bebitio; babysitter infanti-guardisto || vt (treat like a baby) tracter cuale je on bebo; to babysit (infanti-)guarder || adj babyish bebesca
  • Babylon n (hist.) Babilono
  • baccalaureate n bacalàureitio
  • baccarat n (card came) bacarato
  • Bacchus n (myth.) Bacchus; bacchanal bacanalo; Bacchanalia bacanalos; festos di Bacchus; bacchant(e) Bachan(is)o || adj bacchanalian bacanalesca; bacanalisca; Bacchic Bakhisca
  • bacciferous adj bachífera
  • bacciform adj bachesca; bachiforma
  • bachelor n (unmarried man) cèlibiçho; (university grad) bacaláureo (sopre artos, etc.); bachelor aspirant bacaláure-candidato; bachelor’s degree bacalàureitio; bachelorette cèlibiso
  • bacillus n (bio.) bacilo || adj bacillary bacila; bacilesca; bacilforma; bacilisca
  • back n (anat.) dorso; back to back dorso an dorso; I got your back mi defensun (aut suportun) vi; 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 (bettor) sponsionanto; (fin.) indorsanto; (motion, resolution, dueler) secondanto; (pol.) partitano; backing (protective layer) fódero; (support) adjuto; suporto || vt (accompany) [singer] acompanier; (attach backing to) [rug, quilt] fòderizer; (bet on) sponsioner por; (fin.) [bills] avalizer; indorser; [loan] guaranter; [person, enterprise] finantiizer; (support) [motion, resolution, dueler] seconder; [plan, person] adjuter; apodier; suporter; sustiner; [warrant, etc.] vizizer; to back up [vehicle] retroconducer; retrovadifer || vi to back down, off (withdraw) retreter; to back up (go backward) retrocaminer; retrovader || adj (old) back issue ántea número; (overdue) back pay tarda pago; (rear) back door détrea porto; back room détrea cambro; back shop détrea botheco; (reimbursed) full satisfaction or your money back contentifo aut reimburso; (returned) riveninta; guess who’s back divinationes cuu rivenin; -backed (supported by) sustinata da; (with back) cum dorso; (with backing) cum fódero; backward rétroa; (behind the times) neprogresema; neprogresinta; (reverse) inversa; (turned around; wrong) retroturnita || adv (in space) détree; back and forth adabántee et retro; in back of me detre mi; stand back! addétree!; (in time) ántee; jam; back in 1991 jam en 1991; some months back cualca mensos ántee; we spoke back in June nos conversin en la pasinta Junio; (returned) rivener; everything is back to normal omno rivenin ad normaschitio; there and back again adilác et retro; backward(s) addétree; retro; backward compatible retrocompatíbila; movement backward and forward movo alternanta; to walk backward and forward vadader et venader | (with back foremost) cum dorso adabante || afx detre-; retro-; ri-
  • backache n dorsi-doloro
  • backbite vt maledicentier
  • backboard n dors-apodiiclo
  • backbone n (anat.) spinalo; vèrtebrado; vèrtebrisca columno; (strength of character) to lack the backbone ne haber fortitio di caráctero
  • backdate vt ante-datizer
  • backfire vi (of engine) deflagrer; (of gun, plan) retrodisparer
  • backgammon n bacgamono
  • background n détrea áreo; détrea parto; (of a painting) fundo
  • backhand n (strike, blow) reversi-colpo; (tennis, etc.) reversi-stroco || vt reversi-colper || adj backhanded (made with the back of the hand facing the direction of movement) per la dorso di la manuo; (ambiguous) ambigua; (insincere) nesincera
  • backlash n (violentiosa) reacto
  • backpack n dorsi-saco
  • backpedal vi (on bicycle) retropedalijer; (fig.) retrovader
  • backside n (buttocks) [anat.] náticos; [euph.] detreatco; [fam.] pugo; [vulg.] culo; (reverse side) reverso
  • backslide vi ricader
  • backstage n (dressing rooms) vesti-cambros; (wings) colisos || adv detre la colisos
  • backstroke n (swimming) dors-nato
  • backup n (personnel, material) reinfortiatco
  • backwardation n (Brit.: stock exchange) bacwardationo
  • backwash n retrofluo
  • backwater n (stagnant place) stagnayo
  • backwoods n distanta foresto
  • bacon n bacono
  • bacterium n (bio.) bacterio; bactericide bacterii-occisivo; bacteriologist bacteriólogo; bacteriology bacteriòlogío
  • bad adj mala; bad thing, bad part malatco; that is too bad ecuilo es nim mala; ecuilo es regretanda; (malicious, evil) mal-volitionanta; malvata; (of health) malata; (putrid) putra; (serious) grava; (spurious) falsa; badass gansta || adv badly male || n badass gansto || vt to bad-mouth maledicentier
  • badge n insignio
  • badger n (zool.: Meles, Arctonyx, Taxidea and Mellivora) taxono || vt (pester) demandader; molester; torment(et)er; vexer
  • badian n (bot.: Illicium anisatum) [fruit] badiano
  • badinage n burlado; burlosa derisado
  • baffle vt (perplex) confuser; perplexifer; perturbationer; (archaic: cheat) inganer; (rare: frustrate) abortifer; falifer; frustrer; impeder || n deflexiclo
  • bag n saco; (valise) valisio; baggage bagajo; baggage car bagaj-vagono; bagging sac-stofo; (putting in bags) ensachifo; bagpipes cornamuso; to play the bagpipes cornamusijer || vt (put in a bag) ensachifer; [steal] furter; (capture) capter || adj baggy (clothing) ampla
  • bagatelle n (trifle) bagatelo
  • bagnio n (archaic: brothel) prostitutayo; (hist.: bath house) bàlneayo; bàlneerío; (hist.: Turkish prison) banio
  • bah inter ba!
  • Baha’i n (adherent) Bahàisto; (religion) Bahàismo
  • Bahamas n Bahamia; Bahamanian Bahamiano
  • Bahrain n Bachrania; Bahraini Bachraniano
  • bail n (jur.) cautiono; to free on bail lìberifer per cautiono; to stand bail cautionizer; bailor cautionizanto || vt to bail out (person) cautionizer por; (boat) parhaurer de; (water) parhaurer || vi to bail on (abandon) abandoner; to bail out (jump out) ecsalter (paracade)
  • bailiff n (jur.) [officer of court, etc.] bidelo; (Brit.: deputy sheriff) subsherifo; (Brit.: king’s officer) bailivo; (Brit.: steward) ecónomo
  • bailiwick n bailivio
  • bait n luriclo || vt (a trap) luriclizer; (harry) ficer combater; inciter; molester; tormenter; (rare: feed animals) nutrer
  • baize n badielo; biliardi-telo
  • bake vt (dry heat) cocer; (bread) panefer || n baker cocisto; bakery cocerío; paneferío
  • balalaika n balalaico
  • balance n (equilibrium) ecuilibrio; [mental] autodominationo; mentisca ecuilibrio; (counterpoise) contre-peso; (remainder) restatco; (scales) bilancio; balance due debition-restatco; saldendo; balance of power ecuilibrio di potentitio; balance sheet bilanciatco; balance wheel bilanciario || vt (put in equilibrium) ecuilibriifer; (account) facer la bilanciatco di; [settle] salder; (counterpoise) compenser; contre-peser; contre-poner; (weigh) bilanciijer; pònderer (per bilancio) || vi (be in equilibrium) ecuilibrier || adj well balanced ecuilibrianta
  • balcony n balcono; (interior, theat.) galerío
  • bald adj calva; (tire) lisia; (unadorned) neornita; (fig.) cruda; lìterasca; meschina; nuda; bald spot calvatco; to become bald calvecer; bald-headed person calvo || n baldness calvitio; (med.) alopecío
  • baldachin n baldachino
  • balderdash n (gobbledygook) galimatío; (nonsense) sine-senso
  • baldric n (hist.) báldrico
  • bale n (bundle) pac(az)o; [10 flakes, reams] balio; [of hay] fen-pacazo; (archaic: harmful evil) nocivo || adj baleful funesta; maligna; malvata; nociva
  • Balearic Islands n Balearos
  • balk vi (as a mule) càlcitrer; halter et refuser abantier; to balk at hèsiter sopre; refuser; resister || vt (frustrate) falifer; frustrer; vanifer; (impede) impeder || n (furrow ridge) intersulco; (sports) falsa movezo; mismovezo; (sudden halt) súbita halto; (timber) cuadrata trabo || adj balky desvoluntaria; hèsitanta
  • Balkans n (mountain range) Balcano; (peninsula) Balcania
  • ball n (solid or hollow sphere or ovoid) bulo; ball bearing bul-rotationuyo; ball-and-socket joint bul-articulaturo; ballpoint pen bul-penino; bulígrafo; snowball niv-bulo; to play ball jocher bulo; (cooperate) coòperer | [bullet] cuglo; [clod of earth] glebo; [geom.] sfero; [of wound thread, yarn, etc.] glómero; [pellet, marble] buleto; [sci.] globo; [vulg: testicle] coleono; (dance) balo; ballroom bal-cambro; balls (courage) coleonos || vt (have sex with) futuer; to ball up bulifer; (wind into a ball) glòmerifer || vi to ball up bulecer; (wind into a ball) glòmerecer
  • ballad n balato
  • ballast n balasto; ballast space balastayo; to discharge ballast desbalastizer || vt balastizer
  • ballerina n baletistiso
  • ballerino n baletistiçho
  • ballet n baleto; ballet dancer baletisto; ballet master baleti-directionisto
  • ballista n (hist.) balisto
  • ballistics n balístico
  • balloon n balono; (aerostat) aeróstato; (dirigible) aeronavo; dirigíbilo; (in comics) diálog-balono; ballooning balonaz-nàvigado
  • ballot n (voting) votationo; (paper or other means of voting) baloto || vt balotijer
  • balm n (ointment) bálsamo; balm of Gilead bálsamo di Gilead; (bot: Melissa officinalis) meliso || adj balmy (soothing) bàlsamesca; (warm) calda; (crazy) fola
  • baloney n galimatio; sine senso
  • balsa n (bot.: Ochroma pyramidale) balso
  • balsam n (ointment) bálsamo; (bot: Impatiens) bàlsamífero
  • Baltic n (sea) Baltiisca Maro
  • baluster n balaustro; balustrade balaustrado
  • bamboo n (bot.: Bambuseae) bambúo
  • bamboozle vt (trick) enretifer; inganer; (perplex) perplexifer
  • ban vt anàthemer; interdicter; proscripter; (exclude, exile) excluser; exilier; (archaic: curse) maledicter
  • banal adj banala
  • banana n (bot.: Musa × paradisiaca) banano; banana tree bananífero
  • band n (strip, loop) [bandage] bandajo; [leather strap] corigio; [ribbon] ribando; [strap, belt] cinto; [stripe, strip, streak] bendo; [zone] zono; [archaic: bond] lighiclo; bandsaw ribandi-serationiclo; (group) bando; [brigade] brigato; [mil.] trupo; [informal: orchestra] orchestro || vt (put a band on) bendizer; (strap) cint-ligher; cintizer; cintlijer; [with leather strap] corigiizer; (tie) ligher; (unite) fèderifer; unioner
  • bandage n bandajo || vt bandagizer
  • bandana n bandano
  • bandbox n capeluyo
  • bandeau n (for hair) capil-bendo
  • banderole n banderolo
  • bandit n bandito
  • bandolier n bandolero
  • bandstand n (indoor) músic-podio; (outdoor) músic-chiosco
  • bandy vt (exchange) dationer et recepter; intercambier; [blows] recíproche batuer; [word, figure, idea] discuser; interparler; rijactader || adj bandy-legged curvi-gamba
  • bane n nocivo; the bane of his existence la nocivo je iluya vivo | (archaic: poison) veneno || adj baneful nociva
  • bang n (sudden loud noise) ruit(az)o; [clack] claco; [clang] clango; [knock] frapo; [of gun] pafo; [gunshot] disparo; [sudden, sharp blow] colpazo || vt (open or close violently and noisily) to bang a door shut ruitose cluder on porto; (strike noisily) to bang one’s head against a wall frapifer sua cápito contre on muro; (vulg.: have sex with) futuer || inter bam!; clac!; paf!
  • banger n (firework) petardo
  • Bangladesh n Banglia; Bengali (language) Banglienso; (person) Bangliano
  • bangle n maritez-bracialeto
  • banish vt (exile) exilier; (send away) excluser; forinvìer
  • banister n balaustrado
  • banjo n banjo
  • bank n (fin.) banco; bank account banchi-conto; bank clerk banchi-comiso; bank holiday bancasca festi-dio; lejasca festi-dio; bank of discount discont-banco; bank of issue emis-banco; bank stock banc-actiono; banker banchisto; banking banc-afaros; banchi-comercio; bankbook banchi-cuaderno; çhecado; çhechi-cuaderno; depósit-libreto; sparnii-cuaderno; banknote banc-bileto; (slope, mass, mound of a particular substance) altatcheto; amaso; colineto; [dam] dico; [of oars] filaro; [of ocean, shallows] neprofundatco; [of river, etc.] ripo; [sideways tilt of an aircraft] adlátera inclinezo; turn-inclinezo; [slope downward] declivo; [slope upward] rampo; [terrace, raised bank] teráceo; [tier, row of equipment] baterío; ecuipatcado; filaro || vt (a fire) còperter; frìgidifer; (billiards) (ri)saltifer; (money) depòsiter; (surround with banks) dichizer; to bank up amasifer; teràceifer || vi (tilt in making a turn) turn-inclinezer; to bank on (base one’s hopes on) depender de; to bank with depòsiter en; haber on conto en
  • bankrupt adj (insolvent) nesolventa; (leg.) bancarotanta; to go bankrupt bancarotecer || n bancarotanto; bankruptcy bancaroto || vt bancarotifer; nesolventifer
  • banner n (for slogans, advertising, internet) banero; (horizontal) standardo; (vertical) vexilo; [heraldic] gonfalono; [labarum] lábaro
  • banns n marit-anuntios
  • banquet n banchedo; [feast] festino || vi (participate in) bancheder; festiner; (provide) banchedizer; festinizer
  • bantam n (zool.) bántamo
  • banter n (inter)deriseto || vi to banter with (inter)deriseter
  • Bantu n Bantúo
  • banyan n (bot.: Ficus benghalensis) baniano
  • baobab n (bot.: Adansonia) baobabo
  • baptize vt bapter || n baptism bapto; baptist baptisto; baptistery baptayo || adj baptismal font baptuyo
  • bar n (a long piece of something) [barrier] bariclo; impediclo; obstáculo; [ingot] ingoto; [of window, cage] gratículo; [pole, rod] (bar-)stango; [sand] sábul-ripo; [soap, candy, etc.] brico; tàbuleto; [stripe] bendo; (drinking establishment) trincherío; [counter] vendi-ménsulo; barkeep trincherí-çhefo; barmaid trinchi-servistiso; barman trinchi-servistiçho; barroom trinchi-salono | (jur.) [lawyers collectively] avocatado; [legal profession] avocatitio; to be called to the bar avocatecer; deventioner on avocato; recepter avocatitio | [tribunal] jùdicayo; tribunalo; prisoner at the bar acusato; (mus.) mensuro; pulsado || vt (a door, a way) barer; obstructer; [bolt] verúcule cluder; verùculijer; (deprive) privationer; (exclude) excluser; (forbid) prohiber; proscripter; (hinder) impeder; incòmoder; (with stripes) bendizer || prep bar(ring) (excepting) eccepte (che, je)
  • barb n (of arrow, hook) retropuntalo; (anat.: beardlike filament) barbilo; (horse) Berberiana cabalo; (of harrow) dento; (point) puntalo; (thorn) spino; (fig.: hurtful remark) dardo || vt spinizer || adj barbed wire spinosa guiro
  • Barbados n Barbatos; Barbadian Barbatano
  • barbarian n bárbaro; barbarism, barbarity (act) bàrbaratco; cruelatco; (quality) bàrbaritio; cruelitio || adj bárbara; bàrbarisca; barbaric, barbarous bàrbaresca
  • barbecue n bárbecuo || vt bàrbecuijer
  • barbel n (anat.: beardlike filament) barbilo; (zool.: Barbus) barbelo
  • barber n barbario; (beard-trimmer) barbisto; (hairdresser) cofuristo; barbershop barbariayo
  • barberry n (bot.: Berberis) berbèridífero
  • barbette n (naut.) blindizita parapeto; (hist.) canon-platformo
  • barbican n (mil. hist.) barbacano
  • barbiturate n (pharm.) barbitúrico
  • barcarole n barcarolo
  • bard n (archaic, lit.) bardo
  • bare adj (naked) nuda; (without concealment) aperta; exposita; neabscondita; revelita; barefaced sine verecundo | (without usual contents) nemoblizita; neornita; vacua; (without usual covering) calva; descòpertita; exposita; neschermizita; nevestizita; nuda; barefoot nud-peda; bareheaded nud-cápita | (mere) mera; (only just sufficient) apena; the bare bones lo esentiisca; lo neforifébila; the bare minimum la apena mínimo; bare-bones valde lìmitizita | (unsupported) [statement] neatestita; simpla || adv barely (hardly) apene; (just a moment before) jus; (simply) simple; bareback sine selo || vt descòperter; exposer; nudifer; reveler
  • barège n barejo
  • barf vi vòmiter
  • bargain n (agreement) interconsenso; (vendi-)contracto; into the bargain pluse; super la pretio; (cheap thing) bona compredo; necostoso || vi (negotiate) negotier; to bargain away vender; to bargain on/for (expect) expecter | [agree] consenser; [barter] trocher; [haggle] mercantejer; [trade] comercier
  • barge n (lighter) bargo; cáric-barco; (longboat) lançho; bargeman, bargee barghisto || vi to barge in [a room] enpulsezer aden; to barge in on [a conversation] interponer si en
  • barite n (min.: BaSO₄) barito
  • baritone n (voice, singer, instrument) barítono
  • barium n (chem.: Ba) bario
  • bark n (of tree) [inner] líbreo; [outer] córtiço; (naut.) tri-masta brigantino; (of dog) latro || vt (remove the bark from) descòrticizer || vi (dog) latrer
  • barley n (bot.: Hordeum vulgare) [plant] hórdeo; [grain] hórde-grano; barley sugar hórde-súcaro
  • barm n (froth) levatur-spumo; (archaic: yeast) levaturo
  • barn n (for grain) granayo; (for hay) fenayo; (for straw) pàleayo; (stable) stábulo; barn owl (zool.: Tyto alba) tur-strijo; barnyard stábul-yardino
  • barnacle n (zool.: Cirripedia) cirípedo; (zool.: Branta leucopsis) auco di blanca facio; blanc-facia auco
  • barograph n barógrafo
  • barometer n barómetro
  • baron n barono; (explicitly male) baroniçho; baroness baroniso; baronet baroneto || adj baronial baronisca
  • baroque adj baroca
  • baroscope n baróscopo
  • barouche n (hist.) biroçho; caleshazo
  • barque n tri-masta brigantino
  • barracks n caserno; to quarter troops in barracks encasernifer
  • barracuda n (zool.: Sphyraena) baracudo
  • barrage n (mil.) bar-disparado; (of words, etc.) pluvazo
  • barratry n (archaic: fraud by a ship’s master or crew) baraterío; to commit barratry baraterìer
  • barrel n (cask) barilo; barrel stave dogo; to sell by the barrel vender barilope; (keg) barileto; (of a gun, cannon) túbulo; (of machines) cilindro; barrel organ turn-organilo || vt (to put into a barrel) enbarilifer
  • barren adj (producing little) nefertila; neproductiva; (producing nothing) stérila; (reproducing little) nefecunda; (bleak, lifeless) desolationita; (without result) sine-fructa
  • barricade n baricato || vt baricatizer
  • barrier n bariclo; (city limit) civitat-límito; to remove a barrier desbarer
  • barrister n (Brit.: lawyer) avocato
  • barrow n (handcart) cariteto; (litter, stretcher) lectico; (wheelbarrow) cárulo; (burial mound) túmulo
  • barter vt trocher; (exchange) intercambier || n troco
  • barycenter n baricentro
  • baryta n (chem.) hidróxido di bario; sulfato di bario
  • barytone n (gram.) barítono
  • bas-relief n basa relievo
  • basalt n (min.) basalto
  • bascule n (bridge) báscul-ponto
  • base n (lowest part) basamento; [bottom, background] fundo; [foundation] fundamento; [pedestal] pedestalo; basement (below ground) subterstajo; (cellar) celario; (ground floor) terstajo; baseline basament-líneo | (basis; mil.; math; geom.; chem.) basamento; to touch base with consulter; contacter; baseball (ball) beisbalo; (sport) beisbal(í)o; baseness desnòbilitio; verecundanditio; basics basamentiscos; fundamentiscos; rudimentos || vt (on something) apodier (sur álico); basamentizer (sur álico); fundationer (sur álico) || adj (ignoble) desèstimanda; grosaria; nenóbila; verecundanda; [archaic: of low social class] di basa orígino; baseborn di basa orígino; nelegítima; (coin) falsa; (metals) nepretiosa; baseless sine basamento; basic basament(isc)a; fundament(isc)a
  • bash vt colpazer || n (party) festazo
  • bashful adj modesta; tímida; (from sex motives) pudorosa
  • basil n (bot.: Ocimum basilicum) basilicalo
  • basilic adj basílica; basilic vein basílica vénulo
  • basilica n basílico
  • basilisk n (myth., heraldry) basilisco
  • basin n (dish, geog.) bacino
  • basis n basamento; fundamento
  • bask vi (relax exposed to warmth and light) caldifer si; repauser; solelizer si; (revel) fru(az)er (álico)
  • basket n corbo; (hamper) lavenduyo; fruit basket fructi-corbo; basketball (ball) baschetbalo; corbi-bulo; (sport) baschetbal(í)o; corbi-bul(í)o; basketful plen-corbo
  • Basque n Vasca; Vasco
  • bass n (mus.) bas(-part)o; bass viol gambi-viulo; bass voice bas-voço; double bass contrabaso; infra bas-voço | (zool.) [any bass-like fish] perchesco; [perch] (Perca) perco; [sea bass] (Dicentrarchus labrax) barcio; [sunfish] (Centrarchidae) solel-piço; (Lepomis gibbosus) solel-perco
  • basset hound n (zool.) baset-hundo
  • bassinet n corb-lecteto
  • bassoon n fagoto
  • basswood n (bot.: Tilia) Amèricana tilio
  • bast n (bot.) líbreo
  • bastard n bastardo
  • baste vt (a roast) suche hùmidifer; (with thread) suteter; (dated: cudgel) bastonijer
  • bastille n cárcero; castelo; (hist.) Bastille
  • bastinado n (hist.) ped-bastonijo
  • bastion n bastiono
  • bat n (baseball, cricket) bato; batter, batsman batijanto | (zool.: Chiroptera) vespertiliono || v (wield a bat; strike with a bat) batijer
  • batata n (sweet potato) batato
  • batch n (quantity of goods produced at once) cuantopo; [in an oven] plen-furno (de); (bundle, group) grupo
  • bate vt (aphetic form of “abate”) diminutioner; mòderer || adj with bated breath cum haltifita (aut ritenata) spirationo; sine spirationer
  • bath n (act of immersing in water for cleaning, refreshment, or pleasure) bálneo; warm bath térmulo; bathrobe bálne-tùnicazo; bathroom latrinayo; bathtowel bálne-tuco, toalo; bathtub bálne-ocupo; (spending time in water for refreshment or pleasure) bathing bálneo; bathing machine (hist.) bálne-caritazo; bathing suit bálne-costumo; (the city of Bath) bath chair (dated) roti-sedilo || vt to bathe bàlneer || vi to bathe bàlneer si; bàlneezer
  • bathos n pathèticaçhitio
  • bathyscaph n bathiscafo
  • bathysphere n bathisfero
  • batik n batico
  • batiste n batisto
  • batman n (Brit. mil.) ordinantio; soldata servisto
  • baton n bastoneto; (of policeman) clavono
  • batrachian n (zool.: Anura) batraco
  • battalion n bataliono
  • batten n (wooden strip) listelo || vt to batten down fix-cluder; listelizer || vi (thrive or prosper at the expense of someone) pròsperuçher
  • batter vt (beat) batuer; colpader; to batter down abatimenter; (bruise) contuser; damner; to batter in breçhizer || n (cul.) pástulo; battering ram arieto; battery (jur.) violentio || adj battered (shabby) caduca
  • battery n (elec.) baterío; [cell] pilio; [storage] acùmulatoro; (mil.) baterío
  • battle n batalio; battle array órdino di batalio; battle axe arm-haçho; battle cry batalii-clamo; battlement crenelado; battlefield bataliayo; batalii-campo; battleship batalii-navo || vi batalier
  • battue n batu-cacio
  • bauble n bagatelo; (hist.: marotte) bufon-ceptro
  • baud n baudo
  • bauxite n (min.) bauxito
  • bawd n (archaic: woman in charge of a brothel) (bordel-)patroniso || adj bawdy debauçhanta; obcena; bawdy house bordelo
  • bawl vi (shout) [inarticulate] critaçher; [with words] clamaçher; (weep noisily) ploraçher; plorazer || vt to bawl out reprimender
  • bay n (geog.) bayo; (archit.: enclosed area) [alcove] alcovo; bay window alcov-fenestro | [area for special purpose] -ayo; bomb bay bombuyo; parking bay parcayo | [between columns, buttresses] trabeo; [compartment] compartimento; -uyo; (bark) latro; at bay en defenso; shachita; to bring to bay enàngulifer; to keep at bay fortener; (bot.: Laurus nobilis) lauro; bay leaf lauri-folio || vi (bark) latrer || adj (of color) badia; light bay isabela
  • bayadère n devadasi
  • bayonet n bayoneto
  • bayou n bayuo
  • bazaar n bazaro
  • bazooka n bazuco
  • BBS n afijayo
  • be vi (exist) eser; exister; to be or not to be exister aut ne exister; (auxiliary verb) eser; to be loved eser amata; to be loving eser amanta; [usually replaced by simple verb] Starbucks was found everywhere except Italy before 2016 Starbucks trovezin omnube eccepte je Ìtalia ante 2016; the Master is coming la Patrono venan; (copular verb: have the state, quality, role specified) eser; be so good as to ... bon-volitione ...; be yourself eses fidela ad vi ipsa; to be able poter; two and two are four duo plus duo es cuatro | [cost] coster; how much is it? cuante li costan? | [fare] stander; how are you? cuale vi standan? | [have a certain age] etater; I’ll be 47 in March mi etatun 47 anuos en Martio; (occur, take place) eventer; (stay in same place or condition) let it be laces li en paço; laces li ube li es || n being (entity) ento; existanto; [created] creito; [human] humano; (existence) eso; existo; be-all and end-all la (maxim) supra objectivo; la absoluta esentio; la única objectivo || adj being (present participle) esanta; to-be futura; mother-to-be futura matro
  • beach n (pebbly or sandy shore) plagio; (shore) ripo || vt (haul up onto a beach) adripifer; (strand) incaliifer || vi (become stranded) incalier
  • beacon n (signal) [fire] signal-foco; [light] signal-lúmino; [lighthouse light] far-lúmino; [seamark] mar-fareto
  • bead n perlino; to say one’s beads precher per rosario | (on gunsight) miration-grano; to draw a bead on mirationer || vt (decorate) orner per perlinos || vi (bubble) bulbulefer; ebulier; gutefer
  • beadle n (Brit.) bidelo
  • beagle n (zool.) beglo
  • beak n (zool.) beco; (prow) proro; beaker (for laboratory use) becario; (archaic: goblet) copo || vt (strike with the beak) bec-colper; bec-picher; bechijer || adj beak-shaped bec-forma; bechesca
  • beam n (girder) trabo; (naut.: width) larghitio; (of plow, carriage) timono; (of scales) vecto; (ray) radio || vt (radiate) radier; to beam up, beam down teleportationer || vi (shine) briler; lùminer || adj beaming radianta
  • bean n (bot.: Phaseolus, et al.) faseolo
  • bear vt (carry) portationer; to bear away forportationer; (comport) to bear oneself comporter; tener si; (endure) subitioner; tòlerer; (give birth to) nacifer; parturer; (give, bring) to bear a hand adjuter; to bear company acompanier; to bear witness to atester; (have, hold) to bear in mind mèmorer; noter; to bear sway dominationer; guberner; (press) preser; to bear down (forte) preser; to bear down on vener minacie vers; (produce) -efer; producter; to bear apples pomefer; producter pomos; to bear interest interestefer; (sustain) suporter; sustiner; to bear out confirmer; justìficher; mantiner || vi (be or head in a specific direction) directioner si; turner si; to bear away forcurer; forvader; velvader; to bear on (relate to) concerner; relater ad; to bear with (have patience) patienteser || n (zool.: Ursidae) urso; (fin.) (pretii-)basifisto; bearer portationanto, -isto; bearing (arch) suporticlo; (deportment) autoteno; comporto; (direction, position) to get one’s bearings orientationer si; to lose one’s bearings desorientationer si | (geom.) directiono; (heraldic) blasono; (mech.) rotationuyo; (relation) relato; signìfico; (surveying, naut.) orientationo; (sustaining) sustino || adj bearable (tolerable) tòlerébila
  • beard n barbo; (wheat) aristo || vt (challenge) afronter; defìer; (fin.: depress the price of) basifer la pretio di; [market] basifer pretios en || adj bearded barbífera; beardless sine barbo
  • beast n (animal) bestio; beast of burden cárichi-bestio | [savage] bruto || adj beastly (archaic, Brit.) [act] brutisca; [person, animal] brut(esc)a
  • beat vt (strike repeatedly) batuer; to beat black and blue batuazer; to beat to death batuer usche morto | [with a stick] baston-batuer; bastonijer; (arrive or do ahead of) ariver/facer ante; to beat the rush hour eviter la puntal-horos; we beat them there by an hour nos arivin ilác ante los ye una horo; (defeat) vincer; [a criminal charge] now you think about that when I beat the rap ben médites ecuilo cuande homi absolvun mi; [baffle, puzzle] beats me how he did it mi haban nula ideo cuale ili facin lo | [be better than] eser plu bona cam; supereser; coffee beats tea any day of the week cafeo superesan alicuala cunche teo; he beat his own record ili superesin (aut rumpin) sua propria recordo; it beats sitting here doing nothing lo es plu bona cam seder hic façante nulo; our prices can’t be beat nostra pretios es nesuperesébila; that beats all ecuilo es la maxim bona; ecuilo superesan omno; (stir vigorously) fruler; (wings) al-strocader; batuifer; to beat back ripulser; to beat down abatimenter; (defense, resistance) dòmiter; represer; (door) batu-cadifer; (price) basifer; mercantejer; to beat the woods batu-cacier || vi (pulsate) pulsader; (naut.) virationader; to beat about cercher omnube; vader sinistre et dextre; to beat about the bush circum-mercantejer; to beat against (waves, rain, wings, heart) batuer || n (mus.) puls(ad)o; [of a drum] colp(ad)o; [rhythm] rithmo; (of a policeman) districto; pósteno; rondo; (stroke) stroco; beater batuanto; (instrument) batuiclo; fruliclo || adj (exhausted) exhaustita; fatigazita; (of the beat generation) beat
  • beatify vt (impart bliss) beatifer; (relig.: declare blissful) beatìficher || n beatification (relig.) beatífico; beatitude beatitio || adj beatific (blissful) beata; (relig.: imparting bliss) beatifanta
  • beatnik n beatnik
  • beau n (dated: sweetheart) amoranto; (dated: dandy) dandio; (dated: ladies’ man) amoristiçho; (dated: suitor) cortejanto || adj beau monde la eleganta mondumo
  • beauty n (person, thing) belo; (quality) belitio; beautician cosmètichisto || vt to beautify belifer || adj beauteous (lit.) bela; beautiful bela
  • beaver n (zool.: Castor) castoro; beaver hat castor-capelo | (vulg.: vagina) cuno
  • becalm vt encalmifer
  • because conj (for the reason that) pro che; because of pro
  • beccafico n (zool.: Sylvia hortensis) Orfeisca canoro
  • bêche-de-mer n (zool.: Holothuroidea) mar-cucúmero
  • beck n (Brit.: brook) fluvieto; rucelo; (lit.) to be at the beck and call of eser sempre disposébila ad
  • beckon vt vocher gestícule
  • becloud vt nubizer; (darken) obscurifer
  • become vi (come to be) deventioner; -ecer; esecer; (be rendered) fier; to become of (happen to) eventer ad; (result from) deventioner de; esecer de; resulter de; vener de || vt (suit) convener ad; eser apta ad; fiter; sarcasm does not become you sarcasmo ne convenan ad vi; to ill become male, pauche convener ad || adj becoming (coming to be) deventionanta; (suitable) apta; convenanta; decenta
  • bed n (furniture) lecto; to be in bed eser en lecto; to get out of bed eclectecer; to go to bed enlectecer; to put to bed enlectifer; bed canopy lecti-baldachino; bed clothes lect-accesorios; lecti-còperticlos; lecti-cosos; bed frame lecti-cuadro; bed linens lecti-telos; bed ticking lecti-triliço; bedbug (zool.: Cimex lectularius) címiço; bedfellow cum-dormanto; bedmaker (Brit.) cambristo; bedpan lect-aulo; bedpost lecti-columno; bedquilt lecti-còperticlo; lecti-tegiclo; bedroom dorm-cambro; bedsheet lecti-tuco; bedsit (Brit.) un-cambra apartamento; bedsore lect-úlcero; bedspread lecti-còperticlo; lecti-tapeto; bedstead lecti-cuadro; bedtime dorm-horo | (place to lie down) jaçayo; (place to sleep) dormayo; (flowers, etc.) agreto; (foundation, base) basamento; fundamento; bedplate basamenta placo; bedrock basamenta petro | (layer, deposit) depòsitayo; strato; (of river, lake, ocean) fundo; bedding (blankets, sheets) lecti-còperticlos; (bottom layer, base) basamento; (flowers, etc.) exposition-plantationatco; (for animals) lectario; (geol.) strateço || vt (flowers, etc.) plantationer || adj bedridden prostationanta en lecto
  • bedaub vt (lit.: smear) unger; (overdecorate) decorationaçher; (soil) sòrdidifer; (spot) màculizer
  • bedeck vt decorationer; orner
  • bedel n (Brit.) bidelo
  • bedevil vt tormenter
  • bedew vt (lit.) rorizer
  • bedim vt (lit.) obscurifer
  • bedizen vt (lit.: decorate gaudily) decorationaçher; ornaçher; (lit.: dress gaudily) vestizaçher
  • bedlam n tumulto; (archaic: insane asylum) dementerío
  • Bedouin n Beduino
  • bedraggle vt ficer tràhinitesca || adj bedraggled tràhinitesca
  • bee n (zool.: Anthophila) apo; bee-eater (zool.: Meropidae) apívoro; beehive api-nido; (artificial) apuyo; beekeeper ap-alevamentisto; apisto; beeline recta líneo; to make a beeline for vader directe ad; beesting api-pico; beestings (first milk) colostro; beeswax api-cero
  • beech n (bot.: Fagus) fagio; beech nut fagii-nuço; beech marten (zool.: Martes foina) fagino
  • beef n (cow flesh as food) bov-carno; beef tea (Brit.) bov-buliono; beefsteak bifsteco | (grievance) planjo || vt to beef up (strengthen) plu-fortifer; it’s never too early to start beefing up your obituary lo jamás es nim ante-témpora por plu-fortifecer (aut plu-stofizecer) sua necròloghío || adj beefy bovesca; mùsculosa
  • beer n biro; beer glass bir-bicario; beer house (Brit. hist.) bir-venderío
  • beet n (bot.: Beta) beto; (bot.: Beta vulgaris) rúbea beto
  • beetle n (zool.: Coleoptera) coleóptero; [common name] scarabajo; (wooden sledgehammer) ligna máleo || vi (overhang threateningly) salier minace; superpender minacie || adj beetle-browed cum salianta supercilios
  • befall vt (lit.) eventer ad
  • befit vt convener ad
  • beflag vt bandariizer
  • befog vt nèbulizer; (fig.) confuser
  • before prep (place) abante; kneel before Zod! surgenùculeces (aut ingenícules) abante Zod! | [in front of and required to answer to] coram; bring him before the king conductes ili ad coram la rejo; (time) ante; before Christ ante Cristo (a.C.); before long prompte; before now ante nun; he arrived before me ili arivin ante mi; not before yesterday ne ante here; (order) ante; bros before hoes fratradanos ante putanos; (rather than) préfere cam || adj (prior) ántea || adv (place) abántee; (time) ántee; before mentioned ántee mentionita; (already) jam; beforehand ántee; (in advance) antícipe || conj he arrived before I could warn her ili arivin ante che mi potin adverter eli; (place) bring him before the king (does) conductes ili ante che la rejo
  • befoul vt desnitifer; sòrdidifer; (corrupt) corupter
  • befriend vt (become friends with) amichecer cum; (favor) favorer; (dated: help) (amiche) adjuter
  • befuddle vt (perplex) confuser; perplexifer; (stupefy) stuporifer; [with alcohol] ebriifer
  • beg vt (implore) implorer; precher; sùplicher; he begged me to kill him ili sùplichin mi occiser ili; (ask for earnestly or humbly) implorer por; precher por; sùplicher por; to beg forgiveness sùplicher por perdono | [alms] mèndicher; (ask formally for) demander; I beg to inform you mi haban la honoro informer vi; to beg pardon demander perdono; to beg the question (evade the issue) eviter la punto, la problemo; (invite an obvious question) inviter la (evidenta) cuestiono; (presuppose the truth of an unproven point) antesuposer la probuto; to beggar exhauster; pàuperifer; ruiner || n beggar (mendicant) mèndicanto; beggary mèndicado; pàuperazitio || adj beggarly (deplorably bad) mísera; (petty) meschina
  • beget vt (lit.: bring into existence through reproduction) gèniter; nacifer; parturer; (lit.: give rise to) efectifer; -efer; producter
  • begin vt (perform or undergo the first part of an action; constitute the first part of something) cominitier; -ecer; to begin running cominitier curer; cominitier curo; curecer; [action unspecified] she began by writing on the board eli cominitiin scribante sur la nigri-tábulo; to begin upon laborecer | (initiate) initier || vi (come into being; have its starting point at a certain time or place) cominitiezer; barbarism begins at home bàrbaritio cominitiezan focare || n beginner cominitianto; debutanto; novicio; beginning cominitio; from the beginning de cominitie; in the beginning cominiti(ant)e | (origin) fonto; orígino
  • begone inter (lit.) departures!; fore!; forvades!
  • begonia n (bot.: Begonia) begonio
  • begrime vt sùcidifer
  • begrudge vt (envy the possession of) invidier (álicu sopre álico, álico ad álicu); (give reluctantly or resentfully) dationer rancore, contre-volitione
  • beguile vt (charm) càrminer; (deceive) inganer; (dated: while away) pasifer (la témporo)
  • Beguine n (nun) Beghino
  • behalf n intereso; on behalf of en la nómino di; por (la interesto, abantajo, etc.)
  • behave vi (well or badly) comporter; to behave toward tracter (álicu) || n behavior comporto; manarios
  • behead vt cápit-secher; descàpitizer
  • behest n (lit.) mandationo
  • behind prep (in space) detre; Behind the Green Door Detre la vírida porto | [beyond] preter; (in time, order) post; those behind us in technology los post nos sopre tecnòlogío; (supporting) apodianta; subtenanta; suportanta; the lobbyists behind the bill la lobianos subtenanta la lej-projecto || n (buttocks) pugo || adj behindhand tarda || adv (in space) détree; it came from behind li venin de détree; not to be left behind por ne rester détree; (in time, order) poste; [late] tarde; behind with the rent tard(ecint)a sopre la location-pago; (remaining) restanta
  • behold vt (archaic, lit.) reguarder; vider; and behold a pale horse et ecce on pálida cabalo; behold! ecce!; reguardes!; vides! || adj beholden to debitioner; òbligata ad
  • behoove vt (be incumbent on) devifer; (befit) convener ad
  • beige adj beja
  • belabor vt (excessively elaborate) nim laborer sopre; (harp on) rèpetaçher; (attack) atacher; (beat) batuer
  • Belarus n Bielarusia; Belarusian Bielaruso
  • belated adj tarda
  • belay vt fixer; ligher; (naut.: stop) belay that! cesationes ecuisto!
  • belch vi (burp) ructer || vt to belch out ecructer || n (burp) ructo
  • beldam n (archaic: crone) vèculaçhiso
  • beleaguer vt asedier
  • belemnite n (zool.: Belemnoidea) belemnito
  • belfry n campanel-turo
  • Belgium n Belghia; Belgian Belgo
  • belie vt (prove false) dismenter; (contradict) contre-dicer; (misrepresent) desguiser; false representer
  • belief n (acceptance that something is true or exists) cred(ed)o; past belief ne credébila; (opinion) opino
  • believe vt (accept that something is true) creder; (opine) opiner || vi to believe in (approve of) àprober; eser partitana ad; (have confidence in) fider ad; (the existence of) creder ye; (the truth of) creder || n believer credanto || adj believable credanda; credébila; probábila
  • belittle vt men-valorifer
  • Belize n Belizia; Belizian Beliziano
  • bell n (inverted cup-like object that sounds a clear musical note when struck) campanelo; [small bell, as of a house] port-campaneleto; bell pull campanel-cordo; bell steeple campanel-turo; bell-ringer campanel-sonifisto; bellwort (bot.: Uvularia) uvulario | (small, round, with ball inside, as a sleigh bell) clangheticlo || adj bell-shaped campanel-forma; campanelesca
  • belladonna n (bot.: Atropa belladonna) beladono
  • belle n (çhefa) beliso
  • belles-lettres n beletro
  • bellflower n (bot.: Campanula) campánulo
  • bellicose adj combatema; guerema
  • belligerent adj (warlike) atachema; guerema; (at war) gueranta; (quarrelsome) dìsputema
  • bellow vi (make a deep, loud roar) muger; (make inarticulate noise) crit(az)er; (words) clamer || n bellows forj-sufliclo
  • belly n (anat.) ventro; [paunch] grosa ventro; ventraçho; ventrazo; [sci.] abdómino; (bio: rumen) rúmino; bellyache ventri-doloro; bellyband (of children) ventri-cinto; (of horses) subventra corigio; bellyful plen-ventro || vi to belly out tumecer
  • belong vi apertiner || n belongings posesedos || adj belonging apertinanta
  • beloved adj afectionata; amata; cara; (romantically) amorata
  • below prep (underneath) sub; (in rank, etc.) inferiora ad; (unworthy of) ne valoranta || adv (underneath) sube; (at the bottom) infre
  • belt n cinto; (leather strap) corigio || vt (beat with a belt) cint-batuer; (put a belt on) cintizer
  • belvedere n belvedero
  • bemire vt (archaic: cover with mud) fanghizer; (archaic: stick in mud) enfanghifer
  • bemoan vt lamenter sopre; planger sopre
  • bemuse vt confuser; perplexifer
  • bench n (long wooden seat) scamno; (workman’s table) labor-ménsulo; (jur.) [judge’s seat] jùdicìisca sediclo; [judges collectively] jùdiçado; [tribunal] corto; tribunalo; (raised bank) bermo
  • bend vt (curve or angle something straight) curvifer; [arch] archifer; [brows] contractioner; froncer; [head, body] incliner; [limb, joint] flexer; (direct, apply) [efforts, energy] directioner; [oneself] àplicher si; (subdue) dòmiter || vi curvecer; (head, body) to bend down inclinezer | (limb, joint) flexezer || n (of road, river, etc.) curvo; vial-turnezo; (of a pipe) cúbito; (sinuosity) sinuo; bent (bot.: Agrostis) agrosto; (natural talent or inclination) -emitio; inclinezo; talento; tendentio || adj bent (curve-shaped) curva; ganciesca; (sharply curved or having an angle) flexita; (tilted) inclinita; (determined to do or have something) to be bent on doing something aspirer facer; cercher facer; obstiner sopre facer
  • beneath prep (next under) sub; (in rank, etc.) inferiora ad; (unworthy of) ne valoranta || adv (next under something) sube; (at a lower level) infre
  • benedick n (or “benedict”; rare) nova sponsiçho
  • Benedictine n (monk) Benedictano; (liqueur) Benedictan-licuoro
  • benediction n benedicto
  • benefaction n (donation) donationedo; (good deed) bon-faço; benefactor bon-façanto
  • benefice n (benefit; Church office) beneficio; beneficiary beneficiígero || adj beneficial (advantageous) abantajosa; profitifosa; útila; (beneficent) bon-façanta; (healthful) salubra
  • beneficent adj bon-façanta; bon-facema; (remedy) bonefectema || n beneficence bon-façado; bon-facemitio
  • benefit n (advantage, assistance, profit) beneficio; being for the benefit of Mr. Kite! esante por la beneficio di S-ro Kite!; (advantage) abantajo; profito; (assistance) adjuto; (profit) profito; benefit concert spectáculo di beneficio; benefit of the doubt beneficio di dúbito || vt abantagizer; adjuter; plu-bonifer || vi ganier; profiter
  • Benelux n Beneluxo
  • benevolent adj (well meaning and kindly) bon-volitionanta; bon-volitionema; (beneficent) bon-façanta; bon-facema; (of institutions) caritatema; caritatosa || n benevolence bon-volitiono
  • Bengal n Bengalia; Bengal finch (zool.: Lonchura striata domestica) Japoniana pásero; Bengal tiger (zool.: Panthera tigris tigris) Bengaliana tigro; Bengali Bengaliano
  • benighted adj (pitifully ignorant) malaze èduchita; (overtaken by darkness) par-tènebrizita
  • benign adj (kind; mild) benigna
  • Benin n Benino; Beninese Beninano
  • benison n (lit.) benedicto
  • benumb vt torporifer; (from cold) geletifer
  • Benzedrine n (trademark for amphetamine) Benzedrino
  • benzene n benzeno
  • benzine n benzino
  • benzoate n (chem.) benzoato
  • benzocaine n (pharm.) benzocaíno
  • benzoic acid n (chem.) benzóica ácido
  • benzoin n (bot.: gum benzoin) benzoo; (chem.) benzoíno || adj benzoic acid benzoisca ácido
  • benzol n benzolo
  • bequeath vt herèditedifer
  • bequest n herèditedifo
  • berate vt reprimendazer
  • Berber n Berbero
  • bereave vt privationer || n bereavement privationo; (loss) perdo; (mourning) lujo || adj bereaved aflictita; lujanta; bereft privationita
  • beret n bereto
  • bergamot n (bot.: Citris bergamia) [tree] bergamotífero; [extract] bergamot-esentio; [fruit] bergamoto
  • beriberi n (path.) beriberio
  • berkelium n (chem.: Bk) berkelio
  • berlin n (carriage) berlino
  • berm n bermo
  • Bermuda n Bermudia; Bermuda Triangle Triángulo di Bermudia
  • berry n (bot.) baco || adj berry-producing bachefanta
  • berserk adj berserchesca; furiosa; to go berserk berserchìer || n berserker berserco
  • berth n (anchorage place) àncorijayo; [for ship at dock] doc-placio; warf-placio; (fixed bed on a ship, train, etc.) cabinet-lecto; nav-lecto; (position in an organization or event) oficio; placio; to give a wide berth eviter incontrer; paser fore; tener ye disto fore || vt (anchor, moor) àncorijer
  • beryl n (min.) berilo
  • beryllium n (chem.: Be) berilio
  • beseech vt (lit.) implorer; sùplicher
  • beseem vt (archaic) convener ad
  • beset vt (attack) asalter (sine cesationo); (besiege) asedier; (surround) circumder
  • beside prep (at the side of) juxte; beside oneself (with anger) fola (pro iraço); (in addition to) ultre; [apart from] aparte de; eccepte; exter; (in comparison to) cómpare ad; what is that beside victory? cuo es ecuilo cómpare ad vinço?; besides (in addition to) ultre; besides Hello Kitty: Island Adventure, he also plays World of Warcraft ultre Hello Kitty: Island Adventure, ili jocan anche World of Warcraft || adv besides (moreover) cétere; plue; pluse; it’s a silly language, and besides, no one speaks it li es on linguajo stulta, et pluse, nulu parlan li
  • besiege vt asedier
  • besmear vt (bedaub) unger; (lit.: besmirch) fanghizer; sòrdidifer; striizaçher
  • besmirch vt deshonorizer; fanghizer; sòrdidifer; striizaçher
  • besmut vt carbonizer
  • besom n virghi-scopo
  • besotted adj brutifita; folifita; stùpidifita; stuporifita
  • bespatter vt adsparger; fanghizer; màculizer
  • bespeak vt (indicate) ìndicher; (order in advance) ante-demander; (archaic: speak to) adparler || adj bespoke (Brit.: made to order) facita secuno peto
  • besprinkle vt (lit.: with liquids) adsparger; (lit.: with seeds) sèminizer
  • best adj maxim bona; to have the best of it haber la profito; to put the best construction on dationer la maxim bona senso ad; to think it best jùdicher che lo es (plu) sapienta; best man (at a wedding) çhefa honor-companiono || adv maxim bone; Daddy knows best Patrucio sapan cuo maxim bone convenan; I like it best of all mi máxime apretian ecuila; had best lo plu bona esun; I had best go lo plu bona esun se mi vadun || n la maxim bon(atc)o; lo maxim bona; at best admáxime; en la maxim bona de 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 act for the best acter cum la maxim bona intento; acter por lo maxim bona; to do one’s best (to do something) facer omno posíbila (por facer álico); to the best of my ability secuno lo plu bona cua mi potan; secuno posìbilitio; to the best of my knowledge secuno mea sapo (aut) cognoço; to the best of my recollection secuno cuante mi potan mèmorer; bestseller sorvendedo || vt (defeat) vincer
  • bestial adj bestiesca; bestiisca; (cruel) brutesca || n bestiality bestieschitio; bruteschitio; (sexual intercourse between man and animal) zoòfilío
  • bestiarius n (hist.) bestiario
  • bestir vt (oneself) efortier; movecer si
  • bestow vt (as a gift) donationer; (confer) cònferer; (give) dationer; to bestow a favor facer favoro; facer servo
  • bestrew vt (lit.: of a surface) dissèminizer; (lit.: of objects) dissèminejer
  • bestride vt seder cabáliche sur; ster cum gambos furchesche, aparte sur; (fig.: dominate) dominationer
  • bet vt sponsioner || n sponsioner
  • beta n beta; beta particle (phys.) beta-partículo; beta release (comput.) beta-versiono; betatron (phys.) betatrono || vt to beta-test (comput.) beta-èprober
  • betake vt (lit.) to betake oneself vader ad
  • betel n (bot.: Piper betle) betlo; [chewable stimulant] betlatco
  • bethink vt to bethink oneself (archaic: remind) mèmorifer si; (archaic: think on reflection) consìderinte lo, penser
  • betide vi (lit.) eventer || vt (lit.) eventer ad
  • betimes adv (lit.: early) ante-témpore; preite
  • betoken vt (lit.) eser on signo/adverto di; ìndicher; signìficher
  • beton n (concrete) betono
  • betony n (bot.: Stachys officinalis) betonio
  • betray vt (play false) traitioner; (inform on) denuntier; (reveal) reveler || n betrayal pèrfidatco; traitiono
  • betroth vt fidantier
  • better adj plu bona; (of health) plu sana; better and better sempre plu bona; better late than never plu bona tarde cam jamás; the better part of (bigger part) la majoritato de; la maxim-multo de; la plu granda parto de; la plu-multo de; to get better (improve) plubonecer; (in health) convalecer; risanecer || adv plu bone; all the better that tale plu bone che; better off en plu bona situationo; had better lo plu bona esun; préfere -es; I had better go lo plu bona esun se mi vadun; mi préfere vades; (stronger admonishment) mi ya devan vader; so much the better tante plu bone || n la plu bono; lo plu bona; (in rank) superioro; betters superioros; in lack of better en manco di (álico) plu bona; to get the better of ganier la abantajo; (outwit) sorastutìer; (overcome) vincer; betterment (plu-)bonifo; betters (persons) súperos || vt plu-bonifer
  • between prep (time, space) inter; between times intertémpore; between two ferns inter dua filiços || n between-decks inter-copertono || adv in between íntere; to be in between interjacer; to come between intereventer; intervener
  • betwixt prep (archaic: between) inter; betwixt and between inter la duo; inter la una et la áltera
  • bevel n biselo || vt biselizer
  • beverage n bibedo
  • bevy n grejo; grupo
  • bewail vt lamenter sopre; plorer sopre
  • beware vi (be cautious and alert to the dangers of) eser cauta; guarder si; beware of pickpockets! guardes vi contre pochifurtistos!; beware of the dog! cautitio cum la canino!; beware! cautitio!; (distrust) desfider; beware of imitations desfides ìmitatcos
  • bewilder vt confuser; perplexifer
  • bewitch vt (cast a spell on) incanter; [fascinate, spellbind] fàciner; (charm, delight) càrminer || adj bewitching càrmin(az)anta; ècstasifanta; fàcinanta
  • beyond prep (in space) [further than] preter; he lives a little beyond the cinema ili hábitan cualche preter la cínemo; ten km beyond Istanbul deça km preter İstanbul | [on the other side of] trans; beyond the sea trans la maro; (in time) post; beyond the hour post la horo; (apart from) eccepte je; ultre; beyond a personal staff, he needs a secretary ultre personalo, ili besonian on secretario; he has no personal staff beyond a secretary ili ne haban personalo eccepte je on secretario; (surpassing, exceeding) super; beyond all praise super omna laudo; beyond measure nemensurébila; beyond reach neatingébila; they live beyond their means los expensan plu-multo cam sua rédito || n preterayo || adv (across, on the other side) transe; (besides, in addition) pluse; últree; (further off) plu distante; plu fore; (past) prétere
  • bezel n castono
  • bezique n bezico
  • bezoar n (bio.) bezoaro
  • bhikkhu n bikshu
  • Bhutan n Butania; Bhutanian Butaniano
  • bi- afx (lasting for two; having 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 n (inclination) ínclino; predisposo; (prejudice) ante-júdico || vt incliner; ìnfluer; predisposer || adj biased predisposita; (partisan) partitana; partitema
  • bib n (for child) bab-tuco; (for adult) abantaleto
  • Bible n Biblio; Bible-thumper Biblii-brandisto || adj biblical (in accordance with) Bibliasca; (pertaining to) Bibliisca; (resembling) Bibliesca
  • bibliography n bibliògrafío; bibliographer bibliógrafo || adj bibliographic bibliògrafìisca
  • bibliomania n bibliomanío; bibliomaniac bibliomaníaco
  • bibliophile n bibliófilo
  • bibulous adj (formal: person) trinchema; (formal: thing) absorbema; absorbiva
  • bicarbonate n (chem.) bicarbonato; hidrò(gen)carbonato
  • bicentennial n bicentenario
  • bicephalous adj bicápita
  • biceps n (anat.) bicípito
  • bichromate n (chem.) bicromato
  • bicker vi dìsputaçher
  • bicolored adj bicolora
  • biconcave adj bicóncava
  • biconvex adj biconvexa
  • bicornous adj bicorna
  • bicuspid adj bicúspida
  • bicycle n bicicleto; (tall, old-fashioned) bicicletazo; bicyclist bicicletisto || vi bicicletijer
  • bid vt (offer) [price for something] òferer; (cards) anuntier; (say) dicer; to bid farewell adeer; (archaic: invite) inviter; (archaic: order) mandationer || vi to bid for facer on ófero por; (attempt to get) efortier obtiner || n (at auction, etc.) ófero; (attempt to get) efortio obtiner
  • bide vi (archaic: wait; remain, stay) rester; (archaic: dwell) loger || vt (archaic: await) to bide one’s time atender la justa instanto; atender sua oportuno; patiente atendader; (archaic: endure) tòlerer
  • bidentate adj bidenta
  • bidet n bideto
  • biennial adj (occurring every two years) bianuala; du-anuala; (lasting two years) bianua; du-anua
  • bier n féretro
  • biff vt colper || n colpo
  • bifocal adj bifocala
  • bifurcate vi (dis)furcheschecer || adj bifurcated furchesca
  • big adj (of considerable size, extent, or intensity) granda; big band big-band; Big Bang Granda Exploso; to make bigger plu-grandifer | [bulky] masiva; [difficult] big words difícila vocábulos | [elder; grown up] granda; plu vécula; plu-etatanta; Big Brother is watching you Granda Fratro reguardan vi; [enthusiastic] big on on fanático sopre | [fat] grasa; [heavily built] corpulenta; [intense] big kiss forta basio | [pregnant] (archaic) grávida; [thick] grosa; [well known] he’s big in publishing ili es valde cognoçata en la èditisca mundo; big-bellied ventruda; big-boned ostuda; big-breasted mamuda; (generous) generosa; big of you! cuala generositio vua!; (of considerable importance or seriousness) importanta; you’re making a big mistake vi es cominitianta on grava eroro || n bigness granditio
  • bigamy n bìgamitio; bigamist bígamo || adj bigamous bígama
  • bight n (geog.) [of a river] fluvii-flexo; fluvii-sinuo; [small bay] bayeto
  • bigot n bigoto; (pious hypocrite) piaçho; bigotry bigotitio
  • bigwig n eminento
  • bike n bicicleto
  • bikini n bichinio
  • bilabial adj bilabia || n (phon.) bilabiisco
  • bilateral adj bilátera
  • bilberry n (bot.: Vaccinium myrtillus) [fruit] mirtilo; [shrub] mirtilífero
  • bile n bilo || adj biliary [med.] bilisca; bilious bilosa
  • bilge n (naut.) sentin(-curvatc)o; (nonsense) sine-senso; bilgewater sentin-acuo
  • bilingual adj bilinguaja
  • bilk vt frauder
  • bill n (invoice) cálculo; facturo; bill payable on sight facturo paghenda an vido; bills payable paghenda facturos; receipted bill cuitifita facturo | (account) conto; bills payable paghenda contos; bills receivable paghifenda 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; to make a bill payable to facer bileto (aut trato) paghenda ad | (declaration) atesto; declarationo; bill of divorce edicto je divortio; bill of entry enduan-declarationo; bill of health certífico je salubritio; bill of rights declarationo je yuros | (draft of a law) lej-projecto; to pass a bill àprober on lej-projecto; to throw out a bill forjacter (aut) refuser on lej-projecto | (draft, bill of exchange) cambii-letro; trato; to draw a bill on trater | (list) listo; bill of costs (Brit.) expens-listo; legisca costos; bill of fare (dated) menuto; bill of lading (naut.) cognoçamento | (notice) afigedo; post no bills afiger prohibata; billboard afij-tábulo; afijayo; billposter afigisto; billposting afiger; handbill advis-folio; anuntii-folio | (theat.) programo; to fit the bill haber la profilo; satisfacer la besonio; top billing la maxim alta enprogramifo | (zool.: beak) beco; billhook (tool) runco || vt (theat.) anuntier; enprogramifer; presentationer
  • billet n (mil.) acantonayo; (firewood) ardi-ligno; ligni-bloco; (heraldry) bilieto; billet-doux amor-létero || vt (mil.) acantoner; lojayizer || vi (mil.) acantonezer; loger
  • 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; A million dollars isn’t cool. You know what’s cool? A billion dollars. Miliona dólaros ne imponan. Escue vos sapan cuo imponan? Miliarda dólaros.
  • billow n undazo || vi undefer || adj billowy undazosa
  • billy n (club) clavono; billy goat capriçho; billy witch (zool.: Melolontha) melolontho
  • bilobate adj (bot.) biloba
  • bimanous adj (bio.) bimanua
  • bimetallic adj bimetala || n bimetallism (hist.) bimetalismo
  • bimonthly adj (occurring every two months) bimensala; du-mensala; (occurring twice a month) semi-mensa
  • bin n cofro; -uyo; trash bin versuruyo
  • binary adj binaria; binary file binaria fiçhero
  • binaural adj bi-aurícula; du-aurícula; (stereophonic) stereòfonisca
  • bind vt (tie) cord-ligher; cordizer; ligher; to bind fast ligher firme; to bind together cum-ligher | [bandage] bandagizer; [with a strap] corigii-ligher; corigiizer; [with chains] caten-ligher; catenizer; [with strips of paper, etc.] bend-ligher; bendizer; (fix together and enclose in a cover) [books] religher; [brochures, magazines] cuadernifer; (hold together) cohesifer; [unite] unioner; (impose an obligation on) [compel] coacter; òbligher; [cramp] constricter; [hinder] impeder; incòmoder; [indenture an apprentice] aprendistifer; [jur.] to bind over òbligher aparer (aut presentationer si); òbligher pagher; (trim) [carpet, etc.] bordizer || n (dilemma) difìcilatco; dilemo; imbarasezo; bindweed (bot.: Convolvulus) convólvulo; binder (of books) relighisto; bindery religherío; (leather) binding (books) (coria) religatco; ring binder anel-documentuyo || adj binding (obligatory) òbligata; bound up (in a subject) absorbita
  • binge n crápulo || vt to binge-watch crápul-spectationer || vi cràpuler
  • bingo n bingo
  • binnacle n habitáculo
  • binocular adj du-ócula || n binoculars binóculo
  • binomial n (math, gram.) binomio || adj binomi(isc)a
  • biochemist n biochimisto; biochemistry (process) biochimo; (sci.) biochimío
  • biodynamics n biodinámico
  • biogenesis n biogéneso
  • biography n biògrafío; biographer biógrafo || adj biographical biògrafía
  • biology n biòloghío; biologist biólogo
  • biomass n biomaso
  • bionic adj biònichisca || n bionics biónico
  • biophysics n biofísico
  • biopsy n biopsio
  • biorhythm n biorithmo
  • bioscope n (dated, S. African) cínemo
  • biosphere n biosfero
  • biotechnology n biotecnòlogío
  • bipartisan adj bipartitana
  • bipartite adj du-parta || n bipartition du-partifo
  • biped n bipedo || adj bipedal bipeda
  • biplane n biplano
  • biquadrate n (math) bicuadrato || adj (math) bicuadrata
  • birch n (bot.: Betula) betulo; birchwood betul-ligno; (rod) virgo || vt virg-batuer; virghijer
  • bird n (zool.: Aves) aucelo; as the bird flies aucel-vade; bird cherry (bot.: Prunus padus) pado; bird fancier aucel-alevamentisto; bird nest (aucel-)nido; bird of paradise paradis-aucelo; bird of prey rapt-aucelo; bird’s eye view aucel-vido; vido de supre; to kill two birds with one stone facer dua cosos per una stroco; birdlime árbor-glútino
  • bireme n (hist.) biremo
  • biretta n bireto
  • biro n (Brit. trademark: ballpoint pen) bul-penino
  • birth n (emergence of a baby from its mother’s body) [act of being born] naço; blind from birth ceca dex naço; nace ceca | [begetting] génito; [parturition] parturo; birth certificate certífico je naço; birth control anticonceptiono; naci-lìmitizo; birth mother biòloghìasca matro; genitoriso; birth rate naç-índiço; to give birth to nacifer; parturer; (beget) gèniter; birthday naç-aniversario; birthmark naç-máculo; birthplace naç-loco; naç-paeso; birthright heréditi-yuro; birthwort (bot.: Aristolochia) aristolochio | (origin) cominitio; orígino
  • biscione n (heraldry) 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 secher; (geom.) bisecher || n bisector bisecanto
  • bisexual adj bisexema; (bio.) bisexa
  • bishop n (relig.) epíscopo; (chess: ♝) epíscopo; bishop’s chair cáthedro; bishopric (diocese) dióceso; episcopio; (office) episcopitio
  • bismuth n (chem.: Bi) bismutho
  • bison n (zool.: Bison) bisonto; American bison (zool.: Bison bison) Amèricana bisonto (aut búfalo)
  • bisque n (ceramics) biscuito; (soup) bisco
  • bissextile adj bisextila
  • bister n (pigment) bistro
  • bistoury n (surg.) scalpelo
  • bistro n bistroto
  • bisulfate n (chem.) bisulfato
  • bisulfite n (chem.) bisulfito
  • bit n (small piece or part of something) pauco; peti(et)o; a bit (somewhat) cualche; bit by bit paucope; peti(et)ope; every bit íntegro; omna partos; not a bit tote ne | (binary digit) bito; (horse’s) morso; (mouthful) plen-buco; (tool) forationicli-puntalo
  • bitch n (female dog) caniniso; (complaint) planj(açh)o; (derogatory: woman) cuno; fèminaçho; I’m CEO, bitch! mi es Generala Directionisto, cuno!; ’sup, bitches? cuo nova, cunos?; you’re from the 70s, but I’m a 90s bitch vi es de la anuos 70, mas mi es on cuno de las 90 | [shrew] megero; you bitch! megero!; (unpleasant thing) afaraçho; cosaçho; merdo; life’s a bitch il vivo es on merdo; my bitch of a boss mea çhefaçho; mea merda çhefo || vi (grumble) planjaçher || adj bitchy megerisca; did that sound bitchy? semblin ecuilo megerisca?
  • bite vt (use teeth to cut into something) morder; to bite off more than one can chew asumpter nim multe; (chew) màsticher; (pinch) pincer; (sting) picher || vi (be duped) inganezer; (fish) morder || n (act) mordo; (result) [piece bitten] demordatco; [wound] mordatco; (mouthful) plen-buco; (of a tool) mordo || adj biting (lit., fig.) mordanta; mordema; (fig.) amara; cáustica; picanta
  • bitt n (naut.) bitono
  • bitter adj amara; to make bitter amarifer; bitter almonds (bot.: Prunus dulcis var. amara, et al.) amara amándulos; bitter vetch (bot.: Vicia ervilia) ervo; bittersweet acri-dulça || adv to cry bitterly plorer amare || n (something bitter, esp. beer) amaro; bitterness amaritio; bittercress (bot.: Cardamine) cardamino; bittersweet (bot.: Solanum dulcamara) dulç-amaro
  • bittern n (zool.: Botaurinae) butauro
  • bitumen n bitúmino || adj bituminous bitúmina; bitùminífera; bitùminisca
  • bivalent adj (bio, chem.) bivalenta
  • 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 (color) nigra; black beetle (Brit.: cockroach) blato; black currant (Brit.: blackcurrant — bot.: Ribes nigrum) nigra groselo; nigra ribo; black grouse (zool.: Tetrao tetrix) lir-gruso; black hole nigra forámino; black letter góthic-lítero; black locust (bot.: Robinia pseudoacacia) robinio; black pudding (blood sausage) sánguin-salsicio; Black Sea Nigra Maro; deep black nigraza; to dye black nigrizer; tinger nigra; (humor) black humor nigra humuro; (livid) black and blue lívida; black eye lívida aut contusita óculo; (archaic: evil) black arts, magic necromantío; nigra maghío; strighío; blackguardly (dated) canali(isc)a; grosaria; insultosa || adv to look black at reguarder desfavore || n (color) nigro; (person) Nigro; blacking polimentumo; blackness nigritio; blackberry (bot.: Rubus) [fruit] rubo; [shrub] rubífero; blackbird (zool.: Turdus merula) mérulo; blackboard nigri-tábulo; blackcock (zool.: Tetrao tetrix) lir-grusiçho; blackguard (dated) canalio; blackhead comedono; blackjack (club) clavoneto; (game) Dudecem-uno; blackjack; blacklead grafito; blackleg (Brit.: strikebreaker) exóper-rumpanto; blacklist nigri-listo; blackmail çhantajo; extortiono; blackout (elec.) extinguazo; (med.) eseço sine concio; blacksmith forgisto; blackthorn (bot.: Prunus spinosa) prunelífero || vt (blacken) nigrifer; (damage or destroy) to black the character of denigrationer; (polish) polimenter; (put black on) nigrizer; to blacken nigrifer; to blackball refuser votatione; ripulser; to blackguard invectiver; to blacklist ennigrilistifer; nigrilistijer; poner sur la nigri-listo; to blackmail çhantager; exortioner || vi to blacken nigrecer
  • bladder n (anat.) vesico; bladder senna (bot.: Colutea arborescens) coluteo; vesic-arbusto; bladdernut (bot.: Staphylea) [fruit] stafilo; [shrub] stafilífero
  • blade n (of a knife, sword) lamno; (flat portion) platatco; (of an oar, propellor) palito; (of grass) herbi-folio; (dated: gallant) galanto
  • blague n burli-mendacio
  • blah inter blah, blah, blah bla, bla, bla || n it was just a lot of blah, blah, blah lo esin mere multa bla, bla, bla; (boring talk) neinteresanto(s); (nonsense) sine-senso; the blahs (boredom) inodiezo; (mild depression) depresioneto || adj (not interesting) neinteresanta
  • blame vt blasmer; culpizer; to be to blame for something haber la culpo sopre álico || n (act) blasmo; culpizo; (fault) culpo || adj blamable blasmébila; blameless inocenta; neblasmébila; sine culpo; blameworthy blasmanda
  • blanch vt blanchifer; pàlidifer; (cul.: boil for freezing or further cooking) excalder; (hort.) etioler || vi blanchecer; pàlidecer
  • blancmange n blanchi-manjo; crem-geleo
  • bland adj insípida
  • blandish vt blander || n blandishment adulo; blando
  • blank adj (bare, empty, or plain) [surface] vaciva; [cartridge] vacua; [signed but otherwise incomplete] blançha; blank check blançha çheco; blançho | [fig.] blanca; (complete, absolute, unmixed) [despair, refusal] absoluta; (showing incomprehension or no reaction) vaciva; blank verse blanca verso; sóluta verso; verso sine rimo || n (cartridge) vacua cartoçho; (in forms) vaciva spatio; vacivo; (in lotteries) vaciva bileto; vacivo; (void) vacuo
  • blanket n (for bed) coperturo; lana còperticlo; (of snow) niva còperticlo || vt còperter; inveloper
  • blare vi sonazer; soner laute || n sonazo
  • blarney n blando || vt blander
  • blasé adj indiferenta; (jaded) blasita
  • blaspheme vi blasfemer || n blasphemy blasfemo || adj blasphemous blasfemosa
  • blast n (explosion) [of bomb] explos(az)o; [of gun] dispar(az)o; (gust of wind or air) ráfico; suflazo; venti-colpo; blast engine sufli-máchino; blast furnace alt-furnazo | (blare) sonazo; (informal: good time) festazo; (informal: reprimand) reprimendazo || vt (by lightning, excommunication) fùlminer (contre); (destroy) destructer; ruiner; [rend] finder; (informal: reprimand) reprimendazer; (lit.: wither or blight) marcifer || vi (explode) [bomb] explos(az)er; [gun] dispar(az)er; (gust) ráficher; suflazer; vent-colper; (blare) sonazer || inter blast it! maledictita eses lo!
  • blastema n (bot.) blastemo
  • blatant adj evidenta; flagranta
  • blather vi parladaçher
  • blaze n ardo; flagro; flamazo; (of buildings) incendio; (shine) brilo; blazer (jacket) blazero || vt (mark or cut a path) marchizer; to blaze a trail àperer on vialo; [pioneer] to blaze a trail pionerejer; (proclaim) proclamationer; publìciter || vi arder; flagrer; to blaze up flamefer; (be ardent) ardorer; (shine) briler; (shoot continuously) disparader; disparer continue
  • blazon vt proclamationer || n (armorial bearings) blasono
  • bleach vt blanchifer; (chem.) descolorizer || n (chem.) descolorizivo
  • bleachers n (grad-)scamnado
  • bleak adj (gloomy) desolationita; sombra; trista; (harsh) frígida; severa; (inhospitable) austera; desolationita; nehòspitema; nelogiva; (unpromising) mala; nepromisosa; things are looking bleak for him afaros semblan mala por ili; (weather) frígida; glaciesca || n (zool.: Alburnus, Chalcalburnus) alburelo
  • blear vt (archaic) nèbulizer || adj bleary nèbulosa; bleary-eyed nébul-ócula
  • bleat vi (re any animal) bleter; (cow) bov-bleter; muger; (goat) capri-bleter; (sheep) beer; ovin-bleter
  • bleb n bulbulo; (bio.) vesicheto; (med.) vesículo
  • bleed vi (lose blood) sànguinefer; his nose is bleeding iluya naso sànguinefan; to bleed to death sànguinefer usche morto; (of fluid) [flow out] ecfluer; [leak out] lechezer; [seep out] exuder || vt (draw blood from) sánguin-tirer; tirer sánguino de; (draw out) tirer; (exploit) to 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) deshonor(atc)o; (stain) máculo || vt defectizer; deformifer; (stain) màculizer
  • blench vi ritiretezer
  • blend vt mixturer; (melt together) cumfusioner || n blender blendero
  • blende n (sphalerite) blendo
  • blenny n (zool.: Blennius) blenio
  • bless vt benedicter; bless my soul! Deo benedictes mi!; to bless oneself facer la cruci-signo || n blessing benedicto || adj blessed (beatific) beata; (endowed) fortunose dotizita; to be blessed with eser fortunose dotizita per; fruer; haber la felicitio di; haber la fortuno di | (fortunate) feliça; (Virgin, etc.) santa
  • blether vi parladaçher
  • bletonism n (dowsing) rabdomantío; bletonist rabdomanto
  • blight n (plant disease) robígino; [wilt] março; (plague) pesto; (urban) civitatisca decadentio; blighter (Brit., informal) cherlaçho || vt (afflict with plant disease) robìginizer; [wither] marcifer; (plague) pestizer; (ruin) ruiner
  • blimp n blimpo
  • blind adj (unable to see) ceca; an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind óculo pro óculo fiçan la tota mundo ceca; blind person ceco; born blind nace ceca; to become blind cechecer; [lacking in perception, awareness, or discernment] blind loyalty ceca loyalitio; (concealed or closed) blind alley stradeto sine éxito; blind curve curvo sine vidèbilitio; blind spot (driving) mortinta ángulo; sine-vidèbilitio || n (for window) rótul-cortino; Venetian blind listel-cortino | [shutter] forículo; Persian blind listel-forículo; (hiding place) abscondayo; (screen) schermo; blinders (for horse) ócul-schermos; blindness cechitio; blindfold ócul-bandajo; blindman’s bluff cec-joco || vt (render unable to see) cechifer; (dazzle) she blinded me with science! eli cechejin mi per cientio!
  • blink vi (shut and open the eyes quickly) pàlpebrijer; (light) pàlpebrijader || n blinker (auto.) gir-lámpado
  • blip n (elec.) signalo; (aberration) (pasanta) anómalo (aut abero); this is just a blip ecuisto es on problemo pasanta
  • bliss n (great happiness) feliçazitio; (blessedness) beatitio || adj blissful feliçaza
  • blister n (on skin) bulio; (vesicle) vesicheto || vi buliefer
  • blithe adj (cheerfully indifferent) alecre (aut sine-solicitúdine) indiferenta; (happy or joyous) alecra; joyosa
  • blitz n fúlmin-ataco || vt fúlmin-atacher || adj blitzed (intoxicated) ebri(az)a
  • blizzard n blizardo; niv-tempestat(az)o
  • bloat vt infler || vi inflezer; tum(ec)er || n bloater (cured herring) fumizita haringo; (zool.: cisco) corégono; bloatware inflezwaro; obeswaro || adj bloated inflita; tumanta
  • blob n (drop) (viscosa) guto; (indeterminate mass or shape) amorfo; (stain) máculo
  • bloc n (pol.) bloco
  • block n (solid piece of hard material) bloco; [cube] cubo; block letters majúsculos | [executioner’s] (haçhij-)bloco; (haçhij-)busco; [for hats, etc.] capel-moldo; blockhead imbécilo; ligna cápito | (group of things regarded as a single unit) -ado; grupo; paco; serio; [area bounded by streets in a town or suburb] (civitati-, dom-, edificii-)bloco; [comput.] bloco; blockbuster [area bounded by streets in a town or suburb] bloc-rumpedoro | (obstacle) obstáculo; [blockage] obturiclo; blockade blocato; blockhouse blochauso | (pulley) poleo; (informal: head) I’ll knock your block off! mi rumpun vua cranio! || vt (obstruct) [block up, block off] barer; obstructer; [blockade] blocater; [burden or clutter] incumbrer; [hinder] impeder; ((re)shape a hat) moldijer
  • blog n blogo
  • bloke n (Brit. informal: man, fellow) cherlo
  • blond(e) adj blonda; blonde bombshell blonda sexí-bombo || n blond(is)o
  • blood n (bio.) sánguino; blood cell glóbulo; blood heat sánguin-temperaturo; temperaturo di sánguino; blood poisoning (med.) septicemio; blood red sànguineo; sànguinesche rúbea; blood sausage sánguin-salsicio; blood vessel sánguin-vásculo; to draw blood (med.) tirer sánguino; to spit blood sánguin-sputer; bloodhound cacii-canino; hundo; bloodletting (med.) exánguino; bloodstone heliotropo; bloodstream sánguin-curento; sánguin-fluo; bloodsucker sanguisugo | (family background; lineage) parentitio; racio; blood horse pur-racia cabalo; next of blood (maxim) próxima parento; to run in the blood eser en la racio | (temperament; state of the passions) temperamento; bad blood inimichitio; in cold blood cum sánguino frígida; frígid-sánguine; sine compasiono; in hot blood cald-sánguine; cum sánguino calda; eccitationite; irace; to make one’s blood run cold geler la sánguino; terorer; to stir one’s blood emotionifer si | (violence involving bloodshed) sánguino; a blood and guts film on películo sànguinosa; blood and thunder melodramo; blood diamond diamanto di sánguino (aut guero, conflicto); blood feud (inter-)vindictado; bloodbath masacro; sánguin-bálneo; bloodguilt occis-culpo; bloodlust sánguin-sito; bloodshed sánguin-ecfuso; bloodstain sánguin-máculo | (dated, Brit.: gallant) eleganto; galanto || adj bloodless (from blood loss) exànguinita; (pale) pálida; (without violence or killing) nesànguinosa; sine sánguino; bloody sànguinosa; (Brit.) maledictanda; maledictita; bloody hell! futuer!; merdo!; blood-curdling hororifiva; teroriva; blood-red sànguinea; bloodshot (sánguin-)injectizita; bloodthirsty sánguin-amanta; sánguin-ávida; sánguin-sitanta; (book, film, etc.) sànguinosa
  • bloom n (flower) floro; (epicuticular wax) epicutìculisca cero; (time of beauty, freshness, and vigor) in the full bloom of youth en la floro di jùvenitio; later bloomer tarda floro; bloomers (hist.: women’s pants) tum-pantalono; [underwear] tum-calceono || vi florefer
  • blossom n floro; (bud) gérmino || vi florefer; (bud) gèrminefer
  • blot n (spot, stain; fig.) máculo; (ink spot) encausti-máculo; blotting paper absorbiva papero || vt (mark or stain; fig.) màculizer; (blacken) nigrifer; (dirty) fanghizer; sordidifer; spurchifer; (discredit) decrèditizer; (disgrace) deshonorizer; (dry with absorbent material) sichifer; to blot out (cross out) oblìterer; (darken) obscurifer; (efface) efacier; (exterminate) extèrminer; (obscure) absconder; to blot up (dry) sichifer
  • blotch n máculo; (on skin) erupt(atc)o; máculo || vt màculizer || adj blotchy màculosa; (with rosacea) rosàcéaca
  • blouse n (woman’s; workman’s, peasant’s) bluso; (soldier’s) tùnicheto; túnico
  • blow vi (create an air current) sufler; the wind is blowing la vento suflan; lo ventan; to blow hot and cold vaciler; (be moved by an air current) the door blew open la porto vente àperezin; the leaves are blowing la folios vente volan; (be windy) venter; it’s blowing a gale lo fort-ventan; (expel air) sufler; to blow on one’s coffee sufler ad sua cafeo; You do know how to whistle, don’t you? Just put your lips together and blow. Vi ya sapan fìsculer, escue no? Mere cumifes vua labios et sufles. | [pant] anheler; (explode) exploser; (of electrical circuit: burn out) arder; (of flies: lay eggs) ovefer; (of wind instrument) soner; (archaic: bloom) florefer; (informal: be unpleasant) this blows! ecuisto es on merdo!; to blow out (candle) arder; (tire) creper; to blow over (dispute) oblitezer; (storm) paser; to blow up (explode) exploser || vt (propel air through) [inflate] infler; [one’s nose] suflifer sua naso; [wind instrument] sonifer; (propel with air) sufler; to blow smoke in someone’s face sufler fumo ad la facio di álicu; (bungle) façaçher; (burn out electrical circuit) ardifer; (strongly affect) you’re blowing my mind! vi halùcinifan mi!; (vulg.: fellate) sucter; they can blow me if they think I’m quitting los suctes mi se los credan che mi dismisionun; (informal: spend recklessly) expensaçher; to blow away (impress) imponazer; (kill with firearm) for-focilijer; (wind + leaves, trash, etc.) for-pulser; to blow down (vente, sufle) abatimenter; (vente, sufle) destructer; (vente, sufle) renverser; to blow out ecsufler; (candle) extinter; (one’s brains) ecfocilijer (sua cerebro); to blow up (explode) explosifer || n (act of blowing) suflo; (powerful stroke) colpo; stroco; [misfortune] desfortuno, -atco; at one blow per una sola stroco; exchange of blows interbatuo; knock-down blow nocaut-colpo; return blow retro-colpo; ri-colpo; to come to blows combatecer | (strong wind) ventazo; [gale] tempestateto; ventazo; (zool.: fly eggs) mosc-ovado; (archaic: bloom) florefo; (informal: cocaine) cocaíno; blowfly (zool.: Calliphoridae) califórido; carni-mosco; blowgun zarabatano; blowpipe (tool) sufli-túbulo || adj blow-by-blow plen-detalie
  • blowsy adj (coarse) ruda; (ruddy) rùbe-carnationa; (untidy) desneta
  • blubber n grasio; (of seal) foç-grasio; (of whale) balen-grasio || vi (cry) ploraçher
  • bludgeon n clavono || vt clavonijer
  • blue adj (of color) blava; [clear blue] clar-blava; [dark blue] fuschi-blava; [light blue] hel-blava; [livid] lívida; [sky-blue, azure] azura; cel-blava; [ultramarine] ultramarea; bluish blavesca | (depressed) melancolìosa; trista; Blue Peter (nav.) departur-bandario || n (color) blavo; [blueness] blavitio; bluing blavatco; blaviziclo; blues (mood) melancolío; tristitio; (mus.) blues; bluebell (bot.: Campanula) campánulo; blueberry (bot.: Cyanococcus) cianococo; bluebottle (bot.: Centaurea cyanus) cianelo; (zool.: Calliphoridae) califórido; carni-mosco; bluegrass (bot.: Poa pratensis) prati-poo; bluestocking pedantiso || vt blav-tinger; blavifer; (linens) blavetifer || vi blavecer
  • bluff n (deception) blufo; (escarpment) scarpo; (headland) promontorio || v blufer (ad) || adj (brusque) brusca
  • blunder n (stupid or careless mistake) eroraçho; (misstep) mispasuo || vi eroraçher; (grope along) tàxiter
  • blunderbuss n (hist.) 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; dèbilifer; lìmitizer
  • blur vt confuser; nèbulizer || n nèbulesco; nébulo || adj blurred confusita; nèbulizita; blurry nèbulesca; nèbulosa; neclara; nedicernébila
  • blurb n blurbo || vt blurber
  • blurt vt dicer sine penso; lacer escaper
  • blush vi (genal-)rùbeecer; (feel embarrassed, ashamed) verecunder || n (cosmetic) fardo
  • bluster vi (talk) vane (aut laute) parler, protester, minacier, fanfaroner, furier, audacier; venter; (winds) tempestater; ventazer || n blusterer bravaçho; vana (aut lauta) parlanto, protestanto, minacianto, fanfaronanto, furianto, audacianto; ventoso
  • boa n (zool.: Boidae) boo; (garment) plum-boo
  • boar n (zool.: Sus scrofa) apro; (zool.: male pig) porchiçho
  • board n (long, thin, flat piece of wood or other hard material) tábulo; [cardboard] cartono; the boards (informal: the stage of a theater) cenayo | (executive body) administrationistado; directionistado; (food) mangedo; nutrivado; room and board pensionalo; (cost) pensional-pretio; above board aperte; neabscondate; on board en-nave; boarder (in boarding house) pensionalano; (in school) internatano; (of an enemy’s ship) abordanto; asaltanto; boarding house pensionalo; boarding school internato || vt (go aboard) aborder; imbarchezer; vader sur; (provide food for) alimenter; (with planks) tàbulizer || vi (lodge and take meals) eser on pensionalano
  • boast vi fanfaroner || vt (possess a feature that is a source of pride) orgulie poseser; ostenter; (sculpting: shape roughly) esbocier || n fanfarono; boaster fanfaronanto; fanfaronemo || adj boastful fanfaronema
  • 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; boatswain subcapitano
  • bob vi (up and down) bilancii-acter; saltetader; [curtsy] reverentier || vt (hair) [horse’s tails, etc.] curtifer; recorter; [style] careizer || n (up and down) bilancii-acto; salteto; [bobber] corcatco; floatationiclo; [curtsy] reverentio; (hair) [horse’s tails, etc.] curtifatco; [style] careo; (weight) [pendant] pendanto; [pendulum] péndulo; (Brit. informal: shilling) shilling; bobsled bobo || adj bobtailed cum caudo curtifita
  • bobbin n bobino
  • bobby n (Brit. informal: police officer) politìan(açh)o
  • bode vi àugurìer
  • bodice n corsajo
  • bodkin n (lacii-)acazo; (lacii-)tiriclo; (typ.) puntioniclo; (hist.) (capil-)spínulo
  • body n (physical frame) córporo; body linen còrporisca telado; bodyguard córpor-guardist(ad)o | [corpse] cadávero; bodysnatcher cadáver-furtisto | [hull] (nav-)córporo; [informal, dated: person] cherlo; persono; (chief part) fundo; principala parto; the body of the case la fundo di la afaro; la materio di delicto | (as distinct from appendages) [nave] navo; [stalk] caulelo; [torso] torso; [trunk] trunco; (coherent group) -ado; [of matter] maso; [of people] asociitado; corporationo; personado; in a body amase; entote; public body corporationo | [organization] òrganizatco; societo; (material entity) córporo; objecto; heavenly body astro; celisca córporo | [consistency] córporo; firmitio; sòliditio; to give one’s hair body dationer volúmino (aut córporo) ad sua capilado | [geom.] sólido; [substance] substantio || adj -bodied di x córporo; x-córpora; bodiless sine córporo; bodily (concerning the body) còrporisca; grievous bodily harm grava còrporisca damno | (material) materia || adv bodily he hurled himself bodily at the President ili jactazin si per sua tota peso contre la Presidento; to lift someone bodily lever álicu íntegre (aut entote); (as one body) the audience moved bodily to the front la audientado movezin amase usche la abanteatco
  • Boer n (chiefly hist.) Boero
  • boffin n (Brit. informal) cerebroso
  • bog n (mire) [peat] turfayo; (wetland) [marsh] marsco; [swamp] paludo; bog myrtle (bot.: Myrica gale) turfayana mirto || vt to bog down enfanghifer; enpaludifer; intricher || adj boggy turfosa
  • bogey n (bogeyman) bugo; (golf) boghio; (mil. slang) inimico || vt (golf) boghier
  • boggle vi (informal: be astonished or overwhelmed when trying to imagine something) mirabiliazezer; to boggle at (hesitate) consternezer pro, an; hèsiter pro, an || vt (informal: cause to be astonished or overwhelmed) mirabiliazer
  • bogie n (Brit.: RR mech.) bogio
  • bogus adj (fake) contrafactita; falsa; (poor quality) mala; Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey La mala viajo di Bill et Ted
  • Bohemia n Bohemia; Bohemian (lit. and fig.) Bohemiano || adj Bohemian (lit. and fig.) Bohemiana
  • bohrium n (chem.: Bh) borio
  • boil vi (reach a temperature that causes bubbling and vaporization) bulitioner; to boil over superbulitioner; to boil slowly bulitioneter; lente bulitioner; (bubble) bulbulefer || vt bulitionifer; (cook by boiling) bulition-cociner || n (med.) furúnculo; boiler (cul.) bulition-aulo; bulitionuyo; calderoneto; double boiler bulition-bálneo | (mech.) caldario; boiler room caldariayo; boilerhouse caldarii-edificio; boiling point bulition-punto || adj boiling hot bulition-caldaza
  • boisterous adj descuieta; pètulanta; tumultosa; (of wind, weather, water) tempestatema; violentiema; violentiosa
  • bold adj (courageous) audaciosa; brava; corajosa; rischema; sine pavoro; to be so bold as audacier; permiser ad si; prender la lìberitio; (striking) [color, design] colpanta; vochiva; [typ.] grasa; (dated: presumptuous) presumptema; presumptosa; (dated: shameless) sine pudoro; sine verecundo; boldfaced sine pudoro; sine verecundo; boldfaced (typ.) grasa || n boldface (typ.) grasa tipado
  • bole n trunco
  • bolero n (dance) bolero
  • boletus n (bot.: Boletus) boleto
  • bolide n (astron.) bólido
  • Bolivia n Bolivia; Bolivian Boliviano
  • boll n (bot.) cápsulo
  • bollard n (on ship, wharf, or for traffic) bolardo
  • bollock n (vulg.: testicle) coleono; bollocks (vulg.: nonsense) Never Mind the Bollocks — Here’s the Sex Pistols Oblites la sine-sensos — ecce Sex Pistols
  • bologna n bolonio
  • Bolshevik n Bolshevisto; Bolshevism Bolshevismo
  • bolster n (support) [pillow] apodii-coxino; [tech.] apodiiclo; (pad) coxineto || vt (support) apodier; to bolster up subtener; (fig.) adjuter; sustiner
  • bolt n (metal pin or bar) [a threaded pin requiring a wrench] bulono; [any threaded pin] vit-clovo; [deadbolt] verúculo; [for rock climbing] áncor-bulono; [of firearms] (culat-)verúculo; (crossbow arrow) cuadrelo; (of cloth) ròtulatco; (of lightning) fùlminatco; fúlmino; (archaic: sieve) cribro || vt (join by bolts) bulonijer; (lock) [a door, etc.] verùculijer; to bolt in verúcule encluder | (swallow without chewing) glutaçher; glutazer; gluter rápide; gluter sine màsticher; (archaic: sift flour, powder, etc.) cribrijer || vi (flee) (for-)fuger; for-curer; (rush) hastazer; to bolt in envader hastaze; envader ìmpetose || adv bolt upright tote recte
  • bolus n (lump) maseto; (med.: combined dosage) dosazo; (med.: large pill) pìlulazo
  • bomb n bombo; (informal: a movie, play, or other event that fails badly) fiasco; (informal: surprise) surprisazo; [disappointment] bombo; bomb bay bombuyo; bomb maker bombefisto; bomber (aero.) bomb-aviono; the Bomb la Átom-bombo; bombshell (surprise) surprisazo; [disappointment] bombo; (very attractive woman) sexí-bombo; (dated: artillery shell) obuso || vt bombijer; the president can bomb anybody he likes la presidento potan bombijer cuu cunche li volitionan || vi (informal: fail) fiascher || adj bombproof bomb-èprobita; èprobita contre bombos
  • bombard vt bombarder || n bombardier bombardisto; (Brit. officer) bombardiero; bombardment bombardo
  • bombast n grandilocuentitio; grandiosa parlo || adj bombastic grandilocuenta; pompaçhosa
  • 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
  • bonanza n bonanzo
  • bonbon n bonbono
  • bond n (tie) lighiclo; a bond of friendship on lighiclo di amichitio; bonds (fetters) catenos; the bonds of wedlock are so heavy that it takes two to carry them — sometimes three la catenos di maritititio es tante pesosa che los recuisitan dua por portationer los — cualchi-vece tria | [handcuffs] manículos; bondage (captivity) captititio; (serfdom) serfitio; (sexual practice) bondajo; (slavery) sclavitio; (com.) to put goods into bond depòsiter merços en on duan-magasino; to take goods out of bond ritirer merços de on duan-magasino; (fin.) obligationo; [surety] guaranto; bondholder obligationígero; bondsman guarantanto; responsanto | (jur.) [bail] cautiono; [contract] contracto; (psych.) stabilimentizo je lighiclos || vt (join) adhesifer; ligher; (com.) depòsiter en on duan-magasino; (psych) stabilimentizer lighiclos || vi (join) adheser; lighezer || adj (com.) bonded en on duan-magasino; bonded warehouse depósit-magasino; duan-magasino
  • bone n (anat.) osteo; bone black oste-carbono; bone of contention themo di dísputo; to make no bones ne haber scrúpulos; to the bone usche osteo; boner (erection) erection(atc)o; (stupid mistake) eroraçho || vt desosteizer; (vulg.) futuer || adj oste(isc)a; boned desosteizita; boneless sine osteo; bony osteosa; (lean) macraçha; macraza; bone-dry tote sica
  • bonfire n focatazo
  • bong n (water pipe) baungo
  • bonhomie n afàbilitio
  • bonnet n (hat) [rimless cap] bonito; [woman’s, child’s] cofio; (Brit.: engine cover) capoto
  • bonnie adj (Scot., Brit.: beautiful, attractive) bela; dulça; (Scot., Brit.: merry) alecra
  • bonny adj (attractive) bela
  • bonus n extro; (money) [on commission] comision-pocentatco; [on wages] extri-pago; (Brit.: fin., insur.) premio || adj extra; gratúita
  • bonze n bonzo
  • boo inter (cry of ghost) hu!; (expressing disapproval) bu!
  • booby n (fool) stulto; stúpido; booby prize burli-premio; booby trap (explosive) explos-trapo; (practical joke) burl-ingana trapo | (informal: breast) teto; boob (Brit.: mistake) eroraçho
  • book n libro; book of fiction romancio; booklet libreto; (brochure) broçhuro; bookbinder relighisto; bookbindery religherío; bookcase libri-plancado; booklover libr-amanto; librófilo; bookmark págin-marco; bookplate exlibro; bookseller libri-vendisto; bookshelf libri-planco; bookshop libri-venderío; bookstall libri-chiosco; bookworm bibliófilo | (bound set of something) [checks] çhec-cuaderno; [matches] flamífer-cuaderno; (register) registro; booking registrijo; (order of goods) peto; (reservation) reservo; booking clerk biletisto; booking office bilet-oficino; bookkeeper contisto; registristo; bookkeeping contado; registrijado; bookmaker (bookie) bucmáchero || vt (make a record of) enscriber; registrijer; (order goods, an appointment) peter; (reserve) reserver || adj bookish (person) librema; studema; (style) libresca
  • boom n (loud, deep, resonant sound) [bells] sonazo; [cannon; roar, rumble] rujo; tónitro; (flourishing) augmentezo; creçazo; próspero; (movable or pivoting beam, pole) [barrier] boom gate barario | [for microphone] (micrófon-)pértico; boom operator micròfonisto | [naut.: floating barrier] flotation-bariclo; [naut.: spar] bomo; vel-stango; [of a crane] brachio || vi (make a loud, deep, resonant sound) [bells] sonazer; [cannon; roar, rumble] ruger; tònitrer; (flourish) augmentezer; creçazer; pròsperer; business is booming afaros augmentezan || inter bum!
  • boomerang n bumerango
  • boon n abantajo; benedicto; granda adjuto; (archaic: favor) favoro || adj (close, intimate, favorite) íntima; prèferata; boon companion nesèparébila companiono
  • boor n grosario; rùsticaçho || adj boorish desgentila; grosaria; negentila
  • boost vt (help increase or improve) [augment] augmenter; [elec.: amplify] amplìficher; [lift] lever; pulser (de sube); [stimulate] stìmuler; [support] patrociner; subtener; (informal: steal) furter || n booster augmentanto; augmentivo; (encouragement) stímulo; (promoter) propagandisto; reclamisto; (supporter) patrocinanto; subtenanto; booster club patrocin-clubo; booster shot rivaccinizo | (informal: thief) furtisto
  • boot n (footwear) boto; [informal: kick] ped-colpo; boot camp intrain-campejayo; bootblack politmentisto; bootblacking (calcéol-)polimentumo; bootjack desbotiziclo; bootlegger (liquor) contrabandisto; (music, software, edition, etc.) pirato; bootstrap bot-surtiriclo; to lift oneself up by one’s own bootstraps succeser per sua propria efortio | (Brit.: trunk) bagajuyo; to boot pluse || vt (put boots on) botizer; vestejecer (sua) botos; (kick) ped-colper; (kick out) ec-pedcolper; to boot up (cmptr.) initier; starter; to bootleg (liquor) contrabander; (music, software, edition, etc.) piratìer || adj bootless (useless) neútila; sine profito; vana; bootleg (liquor) contrabandita; (music, software, edition, etc.) piratìita
  • booth n (small structure at a market, fair, exhibition for selling, informing, staging shows) [kiosk] chiosco; [stand, stall] baraco; bothecheto; expositionayeto; [tent] tento; (enclosure or compartment for a particular purpose) [at a restaurant] separeo; [for telephone, voting, recording, etc.] cabino; [on a ship, plane] cabino
  • booty n despoliatco; raubedo; (informal: buttocks) pugo
  • booze n trinchedo || vi trincher; (excessively) trincaçher; trincazer
  • borage n (bot.: Borago officinalis) borágino
  • borax n (min.) boraço
  • borborygmus n (med.) borborigmo
  • bordello n bordelo
  • border n (limit, boundary) límito; [of a country] frontario; border town frontariisca civitateto; (edge) bordo; (edging, trimming) bordumo; (margin) márgino || vt (be adjacent to) tocher; vicineser ad; (edge, hem) bordizer; the palm trees that border the pool la palmarios cua bordizan la picino; (fig.: graze) pas-tocheter || vi to border on (resemble) sìmileser ad; vicineser ad; I can only express puzzlement that borders on alarm mi potan mere expreser perplexitio cua vicinesan ad timo || adj bordering contigua (ad); júxtea; lìmitizanta; vicina
  • bore vt (drill) [gen., surg.] trìpanijer; to bore a tunnel tunelefer; to bore one’s way through something àperer on vialo tra álico | [hollow out] cavifer; èxcaver; [ream] aleser; [with rotation] forationer; to bore through traforationer | [without rotation] foràminefer; pèrforer; (weary from dullness or inaction) inodier; (weary from tedium, repetition, overlong presence) tedier || n (annoyance) inodi(ant)o; tedi(ant)o; (hole) forámino; forationatco; [of a gun] calibro; interna diámetro; (tidal) maschereto; boredom inodiezo; tediezo || adj bored inodiata; tediata; to be bored inodiezer; tediezer
  • Boreas n (myth.) Bóreas; boreas (obsolete, poetic) nord-vento || adj boreal Bòreisca
  • born adj (existing as a result of birth) nacinta; born after post-nacinta; born again rinacinta; born dead nace mortinta; born in the purple nacinta en la púrpura; púrpur-gènitita; to be born nacer; British-born nace Britaniana; (existing as a result of a particular situation or feeling) evil is born of idleness malvatitio naçan de otio; (having a natural ability for something) (de)nace (aut nature); born salesman vendisto (de)nace (aut nature) | (perfectly suited for) destinita por; born for greatness destinita por magnitio; born to rule destinita por guberner
  • Borneo n Borneo
  • boron n (chem.: B) boro || adj boracic, boric bora
  • borough n (district) (civitati-)districto; (Brit.: chartered town) munìcipio; (hist.: bourg) burgo
  • borrow vt mutuer || adj borrowed mutuita; borrowed name falsa nómino
  • borscht n borsho
  • borzoi n (zool.) borzó
  • bosh n (informal) absurdatco; sine-senso
  • bosk n bosc(het)o
  • Bosnia n Bosnia; Bosnian Bosniano
  • bosom n (woman’s breasts) mamado; mamos; (woman’s chest) seno; (anat.: chest) péctoro; (of clothing) (vesti-)péctoro; (fig., of the church, et al.) cordio; seno || adj (intimate) íntima; bosom buddy íntima amico; íntimo; bosomy mamuda
  • boss n (person in charge or control) çhefo; I like to be my own boss mi préferan guberner mea propria afaros; I’m the boss here hic mandationan mi; OK, you’re the boss bona, vi mandationan | [director] directionisto; [foreman] excuadri-çhefo; subçhefo; [manager] geranto; [owner, employer] patrono; [superior] superioro; (protuberance) bocio; convexatco; [archit.] bociatco; [hump, mound] gibo; bossage (archit.) boci(atc)o
  • boston n (hist.: game and dance) bostono
  • bosun n subcapitano
  • botany n botánico; botanist botànichisto || vi to botanize botànichijer || adj botanical botànichisca
  • botch vt façaçher
  • botfly n (zool.: Oestridae) larvi-mosco; óistrido
  • both adj amba; (nos, vos, los) dua; they both went amba los vadin; los dua vadin || adv 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 ambos; la dua; both were drunk ambos esin ebria
  • bother vi (take the trouble) pener; (worry oneself about) destrancuilecer sopre || vt (worry, disturb, or upset) destrancuilifer; [annoy] iriter; molester; tormenteter; [inconvenience] incòmoder
  • Botswana n Botsuana; Botswanan Botsuanano
  • bottle n botelo; to sell by the bottle vender botelope; bottle blonde falsa blondo; bottleneck (fig.) obturezayo || vt enbotelifer
  • bottom n (the deepest point or part) [of the inside of a container, heart; of sea, river; of question, matter] fundo; bottoms up! par-bibes!; sanitio!; to be at the bottom of eser la principala instiganto; to go to the bottom par-afundezer; to touch bottom tocher la fundo; (the lowest level or part) [base] basamento; infratco; at the bottom infre; from top to bottom de supre ad infre; to the bottom (with movement) adinfre | [foundation] basamento; fundamento; to probe the bottom cercher la causos, la factos; exàminer la basamento (di la cuestiono) | [of garment] infratco; [of list, class] último; (underside) infr(atc)o; [of foot] plantaro; [of ship] carino; [of shoe] sóleo; (informal: the buttocks) detreatco || adj (in the lowest position) (maxim) infra; the bottom line (essential point) la fundamentisco; (final total, outcome) la neta resulto; (minimum) la mínimo acceptébila | [of competition or ranking] última; bottomless sine fundo; sine-funda
  • botulism n (med.) botulismo
  • boudoir n budorio
  • bougainvillea n (bot.: Bougainvillea) buganvíleo
  • bough n ramo; The Golden Bough La aurea ramo
  • bought adj (p.p. of “buy”) comprata; comprita; to be bought for (cost) coster
  • bougie n (med.) bugio
  • bouillon n buliono
  • boulder n saxazo
  • boulevard n bolevardo
  • bounce vi (ri)salter || vt (ri)saltifer
  • bound vi (leap) salter; to bound forward salte abantier; to bound out of bed salte levezer de la lecto; (dated: rebound) risalter || vt (limit) lìmitizer; [with markers] tèrminizer || n (leap) salto; (limit) límito; his power became his agony, his power knew no bounds iluya potentitio esecin iluya angustio, iluya potentitio ne cognocin límitos; to keep within bounds (moderate) mòderer; to set bounds lìmitizer; (with markers) tèrminizer | [boundary] término; [frontier] frontario; boundary límito; (frontier) frontario; (marker) término || adj (heading toward somewhere) to be bound for directioner si ad; (morally) coactata; òbligata; (physically) lighita; [books] relighita; [surrounded] circumdata; bounden duty sacra devo; boundless nelìmitizita; nemensurébila; sine límito
  • bounty n (abundance) abundo; (generosity) generositio, -atco; (gift) donationedo; (reward) premio; recompenso; bounty hunter premii-caciisto || adj bounteous, bountiful (abundant) abundanta; (generous) generosa
  • bouquet n bocheto
  • bourbon n (whiskey) burbono
  • bourdon n (mus.) burdono
  • bourg n (fortified town) burgo
  • bourgeois adj (person) burghesa; (thing) burghesisca || n bourgeoisie burghesado
  • bourse n (fin.) borso
  • boustrophedon n (hist.) bustrófedo
  • bout n (short period of intense activity of a specified kind) período; [of drinking] crápulo; trincado; [of illness] ataco; [wrestling or boxing match] combato; contesto
  • boutique n mod-botheco
  • bovine adj (relating to cattle) bovisca; (slow-moving, dull-witted) bovesca
  • bow n (anything bent or curved) [arc] arco; bow window arca fenestro | [bend] curvo; flex(atc)o; inclin(ez)er; [knot tied with two loops and two loose ends] lacii-nodo; [obeisance] reverentio; deep bow profunda reverentio | [of violin] archeto; [weapon] arm-arco; bowman arm-archisto; bowstring arm-archisca cordo; strángul-cordo; (debut) debuto; [film, theat.] premiero; to make one’s bow debuter; premierer | (of ship) abanteatco; proro; bowline bolino; bowsprit busprito || vt (bend) flexer; (lower) [head] basifer; incliner || vi (in obeisance) reverentier; bow down before the one you serve prostrationes abante li cua vi servan; (assent) asenser; (premiere) premierer; to bow out (cortese) ectirer si; (cortese) retirezer || adj bowed (curved) curva; (stooping) inclinita; with bowed head cum cápito inclinita; bow-legged (med.) curv-gamba; vara
  • bowdlerize vt expurgher
  • bowel n (anat.) [intestine] intestino; [viscus] vicero; bowel movement vacuifo je la ventro; bowel pain cólico; bowels intestinado; víceros; to void the bowels vacuifer la intestinado | (fig.) internatcos; profundatco
  • bower n (covered passageway) pérgulo; (sitting area) pèrguleto
  • bowie knife n Bowie-cultelo
  • bowl n (dish) bolo; (sport) bowling (cricket) lanço (je la bulo); (pin bowling) bólingo; bowling alley bòlingayo; bowling pin cheglo | (target bowling) butii-joco; bowling green butii-jocayo || vt (roll) ròtuler; to bowl over (knock down) abatimenter; (informal: astonish) consterner; mirabiliazer | (sport) [cricket] lancer (la bulo); [pin bowling] bòlingher || vi (roll) ròtulezer
  • bowler n (hat) bombino
  • box n (container) capso; box cover capsi-còperticlo; cardboard box cartona capso | [chest] cofro; [for specific use] -uyo; jewel box joyeluyo | [trunk] viaj-cofro; boxcar vagono | (small structure or building for a specific purpose) [theat.] logio; box office biletayo; box coat (hist.) curiclaro; (bot.: Buxus) box tree buxo; boxwood bux-ligno; (slap) a box on the ear on palm-colpo an la aurículo; (sport) boxer boxisto; boxer shorts (underpants) calceono; boxing boxado; boxing gloves box-guantazos; boxing match box-combato; boxer (zool.: dog) bóxer || vt (put in boxes) encapsifer; (slap) to box someone’s ears palm-colper álichi an la aurículo || vi (sport) boxer
  • boy n (male child) pueriçho; [son] filiiçho; [dated: gamin] gamin(açh)içho; [informal: young man] jùveniçho; pueriçho; (male of any age) másculo; boyhood jùveniçhitio; pueriçhitio; boyfriend [romantic] noviiçho || adj boyish jùveniçhesca; pueriçhesca
  • boyar n (hist.) boyaro
  • boycott vt boicoter || n boicoto
  • bra n mam-subteniclo
  • brace n (device for clamping together or supporting) [prop] apodiiclo; suporticlo; [naut.] bracio; brace and bit (breast drill) gir-forationiclo; braces (dental) denti-corectificlos; (masonry) armaturo; (Brit.: suspenders) bretelos | (pair) paro; (typ.: { }) flexosa paréntheso; (obsolete: rerebrace) brachiaro || vt (fortify) fortifer; (prop) apodier; suporter; (naut.) braciijer || adj bracing fortifanta; fortifiva; sanifiva; vigorizanta
  • bracelet n bracialeto
  • brachial adj (anat.) brachiisca
  • brachiate vi brachiationer
  • brachiopod n (zool.: Brachiopoda) brachiópodo
  • brachistochrone n brachistócrono
  • brachycephaly n (pathol.) brachicèfalitio || adj brachycephyalic brachicéfala
  • bracken n (bot.: Pteridium) filicario
  • bracket n (typ.: [ ]) cuadrata paréntheso; (category) categorío; claso; (support) (orthógona) subteniclo; [archit.: corbel] corvelo
  • brackish adj sal-sapora; saloseta
  • bract n (bot.) brácteo
  • brad n cloveto sine cápito; bradawl alesno
  • brae n (Scot., Irish) declivo
  • brag vi fanfaroner || n braggart fanfaronemo
  • braggadocio n fanfaronazo
  • Brahma n (relig.: Hindu creator god) Brahma; Brahman (relig.: Hindu ultimate reality) Brahmo; (dated: Brahmin) Brahmano; Brahmanism Brahmanismo
  • brahmin n (Hindu caste) Brahmano
  • braid n (interlaced strands of any flexible material) plectatco; (galloon) galono; (passement) pasamento || vt (interlace) (inter)plecter; (trim with braid) galonizer; pasamentizer
  • brail vt (naut.) bracaler; càrichifer
  • braille n brailo
  • brain n (anat.) cerebro; brain fever cerebrisca febro; braincase, brainpan cerebruyo; did you eat a brain tumor for breakfast? dejunin vi on cerebrisca tumoro?; to blow one’s brains out ecfocilijer sua cerebro | [head] cápito; [skull] cranio; [animal brains as food] cerebratco; (mind) mento; [intellect, intelligence] intelecto; inteligentitio; brain drain fujo da cerebros; brain trust cerebrado; he’s the brains, sweetheart la cerebro es ili, amorato; softening of the brain dèbileço di la mento; to rack one’s brains cerebrijazer; rumper sua cápito; brain-teaser cápit-rumpivo; brainchild inventatco; parturatco di ingenio; personisca ideo || vt rupter la cranio di álichi; come back here so that I may brain thee! rivenes adhic por che mi rumpes tua cranio! || adj brainless neinteligenta; sine cerebro; stulta; stúpida
  • braise vt bras-cociner; brasìer
  • brake n (for wheel, etc.) freno; brake drum fren-tamburo; brake shoe fren-calcéolo; to apply the brake to frenijer; to release the brake desfrenijer; brakeman frenisto | (hist: shooting-brake, wagonette) shutinbreco || vi frenijer
  • bramble n rubífero
  • bran n fúrfuro; bran bread fúrfur-pano
  • branch n (of tree, etc.) branco; [bough] ramo; (conceptual subdivision of something, esp. a family, group of languages, or subject) branco; (local or special function division or office of a large business or organization) filialo; branch bank filiala banco || vi (produce branches) branchefer; to branch off (roads) bifurcher; to branch out extensezer
  • branchia n (zool.) branchio
  • branchiopod n (zool.) branchiópodo
  • brand n (commercial) (fábric-)marco; brand loyalty fidelitio ad marco; brand name marchi-nómino | [kind, quality] cualitio; specio; (mark burnt in) (ardifi)-marco; branding iron ardifi-marchiziclo | (burning wood) titiono; [lit.: torch] torçho; (stigma) stigmo; (lit.: sword) spado || vt (mark with a branding iron) (ardifi-)marchizer; (stigmatize) stigmizer || adv brand new tote nova
  • brandish vt brander
  • brandy n brandio || adj brandied brandiizita
  • brant n (zool.: Branta bernicla) negri-facia auco
  • brash adj (audacious) aplombaçhosa; impertinenta; presumptosa; [tactless] sine tacto; (impetuous) ìmpetosa; (tacky) cruda; grosaria; [ostentatious] ostentosa
  • brass n (alloy) latono; the brass (mus.) la laton-instrumentos; the top brass (informal) la granda çhefos | (informal: effrontery) impertinentitio; insolentitio || adj latona; brassy (color) latonea; (person) ostentosa; (sound) acra; latonescaçha
  • brassard n (armband) bracialo; (hist.: armor for the upper arm) brachiaro
  • brassiere n mam-subteniclo
  • brat n pueraçho
  • bravado n bravato; to act with bravado bravater
  • brave adj (courageous) corajosa; be brave! corajo! | [daring] audaciosa; [with aplomb] brava; (lit.) eleganta; spléndida || n (person) bravo; bravery [act] bravatco; [quality] bravitio || vt defìer; frontalejer
  • bravo inter brava! || n (assassin) sicario; (desperado) bandito; (mercenary) mercenario
  • bravura n bravatco
  • brawl n (fight) rixo; (quarrel) dísputo || vi (fight) rixer; (quarrel) dìsput(açh)er; (lit.: flow noisily) ruiter
  • brawn n músculos; vigoro; (Brit.: cul.) carni-gelatino || adj brawny mùsculosa; vigorosa
  • bray vi (of a donkey) ihaer || vt (crush) pinser; [with a pestle] pistilijer
  • braze vt brasurer || n brasuratco
  • brazen adj aperta; sine verecundo; (lit.: made of brass) latona; [harsh-sounding] latonescaçha || vt to brazen it out persister sine verecundo
  • brazier n (for fire) brasuyo; caloruyo; focuyo; (for cooking) bárbecuo; brasìiclo; (worker in brass) latronisto
  • Brazil n Brasilia; Brazil nut (bot.: Bertholletia excelsa) Brasiliana nuço; Brazilian Brasiliano; brazilwood (bot.: Caesalpinia echinata) brasilo || adj Brazilian Brasiliana
  • breach n (breaking, as of contract) rumpo; (gap in wall, defense) breçho || vt (break) rumper; (make a gap) breçhizer
  • bread n (loaf) pano; two loaves of bread dua panos | [soft part] (pan-)molatco; [unleavened] ázima pano; ázimo; piece of bread pan-petio; slice of bread pan-secatco; stale bread nefresca pano; breadcrumb (pan-)mico; pan-petieto; breadstuff cerealo; farino; grano | (food in general) mangedo; nutrivo; (informal: money) pecunio; bread and butter (livelihood) sustino; breadwinner sustinanto je la familio; breadfruit (bot.: Artocarpus altilis) pan-fructo || vt michizer || adj bread-and-butter basamentisca; diala; pràctichisca; primaria
  • breadth n larghitio; (amplitude) amplitio
  • break vt (cause to separate into pieces as a result of shock or strain) rumper; [breach] breçhizer; to break the sound barrier travader la son-bariclo | [burst] crepifer; [code] descifrationer; [destroy] destructer; [disassemble] to break camp descampejecer; desstifer la campejiclado | [force open] fortijer; [fracture] fracturer; [paper money] cambier; [scatter] disperser; [seal] dessigilizer; rumper; [shatter] fracaser; [solve case] solver; (crush the strength, spirit, or resistance of) rumper; [animal: tame] mansuetifer; [animal: train] adextrer; [bankrupt] bancarotifer; falifer; [force, fall] amorter; [habit] descustumecer sopre; descustumifer álicu sopre; [mitigate] dèbilifer; lenifer; mòderer; [of a habit] descustumifer sopre; [subdue] dòmiter; mansuetifer; (disclose) [news] reveler; (disprove) desprober; (fail to observe) [law, oath] violationer; (interrupt) interrumper; (surpass) [records] sorvader; to break apart disrumper; to break away evulser; sèparer; to break down (a door) abatimenter; (analyze) anàliser; (categorize) categorìizer; to break in (animal) adextrer; (door) enrumper; fortijer; (interrupt) interrumper; (new recruit) custumifer; intrainer; (shoes) custumecer ad; dòmiter; to break off (action) cesationifer; tèrminejer; [talks] rumper; (piece of something) derumper; to break out (open and start using) ectirer; [champagne] destapizer; to break up disrumper; dissolver; (crowds) disperser; (fight) intervener; break it up! cesationes!; dispersezes!; ecuilo sufiçan! || vi (separate into pieces as a result of shock or strain) rumpezer; [burst] creper; [scatter] dispersezer; (become public) [news] revelezer; (breakdance) brec-dancer; (change) [voice, weather] cambiezer; (give way, weaken) dèbilecer; (stop) halter; pauser; to break for coffee pauser por cafeo; (waves) rumpezer; to break bad malecer; to break down (machine) rumpezer; to break even cuitecer; to break off (stop) cesationer; interrumpezer; to break out (escape) escaper; (fire, epidemic, rash) erupter; to break through breçhizer; trarumper; travader; to break up disrumpezer; dissolvezer; (crowds) dispersezer; to break with rumper cum; to breakdance brec-dancer; to breakfast dejuner || n (separation into pieces as a result of shock or strain) fracturo; rump(atc)o; [gap or opening] apertatco; breçho; forámino; lacuno; (change) [arrival] break of day jurneço | [of the voice] voç-cambiezo; [of the weather] cambiezo; [opportunity, chance] oportunatco; posìbilitio; lucky break stroco da bona sorto; to get a break recepter bona sorto | [print] indento; (failure) falo; (interruption) interrumpo; [mus.] breco; breakbeat brec-bato | [pause] pauso; to take a break facer on pauso | [sudden decrease in force] amorto; (hist.: wagonette) shutinbreco; breakage rumpo; breaker [device] rumpiclo; [person] rumpanto; Breaker of Chains Rumpedoro je Catenos | (of animals) mansuetifanto, -isto; (wave) spumefanta undazo; breaking point rumpi-punto; break-up disrumpezo; [of couple] sèparezo; [of partnership] dissolvezo; breakdown (machine) rumpezo; (system, elec.) falo; [med.] nervous breakdown nervisca criso | (talks) rumpezo; breakfast dejuno; breakfast time dejun-horo; breakwater molono; undaz-rumpiclo || adj breakable frágila; rumpébila; breakneck col-rumpiva; perìculosa
  • bream n (zool.: Abramis brama) bremo
  • breast n (anat.: of a woman) mamo; breast cancer mam-cáncero; breast milk matrisca lacto | (anat.: chest) péctoro; breast pocket péctor-poco; breastbone sterno; breastplate coriáceo; pèctoraro | (anat.: lung) pulmono; (plastron) pèctorumo; (fig.) cordio; seno; to make a clean breast of it confeser lo tote; descàrichizer sua concientio; breaststroke péctor-natado; breastwork parapeto || vt (face) frontalejer; [bravely] afronter; to breastfeed mam-nutrer
  • breath n (respiration) spiration(ad)o; to hold one’s breath ritener sua spiro; to take one’s breath away desspirationizer; with bated breath cum haltifita (aut ritenata) spirationo; sine spirationer | [air breathed] spirationedo; [exhalation] ecspirationo; expiro; for hate’s sake I spit my last breath at thee! pro odio mi sputan mea última expiro ad ti!; until one’s last breath usche sua última expiro | [inhalation] enspirationo; inhalo; [panting] short breath curta spirationado; to be out of breath anheler; to catch one’s breath cesationer anheler; recùperer sua spirationado; to lose one’s breath anhelecer; (puff) suflo; breath of air air-suflo; breath mint minthi-pastilo; breather (short rest) spiration-pauso; to take a breather spiration-pauser; breathing (gram.) aspirationo; (of breath) spirationado; breathalyzer alcoholímetro || vt to breathe (respire) spirationer; [exhale] ecspirationer; expirer; [inhale] enspirationer; inhaler; (sigh) suspirer; (whisper) susurer || vi to breathe (of wind) sufler || adj breathless anhelanta; sine spirationo; breathtaking desspirationiziva, -anta
  • breccia n (geol.) breçhio
  • breech n (back part) detreatco; [of gun] culato; breech-loader culat-càrichizedo; retro-càrichizedo; breechblock culat-bloco | [archaic: buttock] nático; breeches (short trousers) braco; (informal: trousers) pantalono
  • breed vt (animals) alevamenter; (beget) gèniter; (bring up, raise) èducher; (cause) creer; gèniter; producter || vi (reproduce) riproductezer; they breed like rabbits los multeçan cuale cunículos || n (stock) racio; of pure breed de pura racio; breeding (upbringing) cortesitio; èducado || adj bred gènitita; (brought up) èduchita; ill bred male èduchita
  • breeze n (gentle wind) briso; vent(et)o; (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 | (residue of burnt coal) [ash] cínero; [embers] braso; [Brit.: mixture of cinders, sand, and cement] betono; breeze block beton-bloco; (zool.: gadfly) tabano || vi to breeze through fácile facer || adj breezy brisosa; (casual) neformala; (cheerful) alecra; vivaça; (nonchalant) alecre indiferenta; sine solicitúdino
  • brelan n (hist.: game) brelano
  • brethren n (archaic: brothers) fratros
  • Breton n Britono
  • breve n (diacritical mark: ˘) brevalo; (mus.) dupla noto; (hist.: papal letter) brevo
  • brevet n (hist., mil.) breveto
  • breviary n breviario
  • brevity n curtitio; (conciseness) concisitio; brevity is the soul of wit concisitio es la ánimo di argutitio | [laconism] lacònichitio
  • brew vt (beer) birefer; (coffee, tea) facer; prèparer; [coffee] cafeefer; [tea] teefer; (plot) comploter; machinationer || vi (beer) fermenter; (coffee, tea) facezer; (plot) complotezer; (storm, crisis) prèparezer || n (beer) a king’s thirst for the frosty brew on granda sito je il glaciesca biro; brewer birefisto; brewery bireferío
  • bribe vt suborner; comprer; corupter || n (money) subornatco; bribery suborno || adj bribable subornébila
  • bric-a-brac n bricabraco; [ornaments] ornivaçhado
  • brick n brico; brickbat bric-petio; bricklayer bric-masonisto; bricklaying bric-masonado; brickwork bricatco || vt brichizer || vi (vulg.) cacazer || adj brica; ec bricos
  • bride n (after wedding) nova sponsiso; (before wedding) fidantiitiso; bridegroom (after wedding) nova sponsiçho; (before wedding) fidantiitiçho; bridesmaid honor-companioniso || adj bridal (re bride) nov-sponsisisca; (re wedding) maritisca
  • bridewell n reformatorio
  • bridge n ponto; moveable bridge movébila ponto | (game) brijo; (of nose) nas-osteo; (of ship) comandayo; (of stringed instruments) cabalito || 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 (of short duration) curta; [concise] concisa; [undetailed] sine detalios; (scanty) excarpsa || n (instructions) instructo; (legal) proces-documentado; (papal) brevo; (summary) epítomo; resumo; briefness concisitio; curtitio; briefs (underwear) calceoneto || vt (instruct or inform in preparation for a task) informer; instructer; prèparer; (summarize) resumer
  • brier n (also “briar”) spinosa subbosco; (blackberry bush: Rubus) rubífero; (sweetbrier: Rosa rubiginosa) eglantino; (tree heath: Erica arborea) árbor-bruco; (wild rose: Rosa acicularis, Rosa canina, Rosa woodsii, et. al.) 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 (act) banditatco; (quality) bandititio
  • brigantine n (ship) brigantino
  • bright adj (shining) brilanta; lùminanta; [full of light] lùminosa; [sunny] solelosa; (vibrant) [of color, sound] vívida; bright red vívida rúbeo; (cheerful, lively) alecra; vivaça; (intelligent and quick-witted) arguta; inteligenta; (promising) bon-àuguría; favorosa; to be bright briler; (intelligent) eser inteligenta || n Bright’s disease morbo di Bright; brightness brilo; (cheerful liveliness) alecritio; vivacitio; (intelligence) inteligentitio; (luminosity) lùminositio || vt to brighten plu-brilifer; plu-lùminifer; (cheer up) alecrifer; (colors) plu-vìvidifer; (polish) polimenter || vi to brighten plu-briler; plu-lùminer; (cheer up) alecrecer
  • brill n (zool.: Pleuronectiformes) rombi-piço
  • brilliant adj (of light or color; fig) brilanta; brilliant style brilanta stilo; (exceptionally clever) [person] ingeniema; valde inteligenta; valde talentosa; [thing] ingeniita; (outstanding, impressive) brava; gloriosa; imponanta; spléndida; (Brit.: excellent) bonaza; eccelanta; spléndida; brilliant! bonaza!; to be brilliant briler || n (diamond) brilianto; brilliance brilo; lùminositio
  • brim n (projecting edge of a hat) bord-alo; (upper edge of a container) bordo; full to the brim plena usche la bordo; plenaza; over the brim super la bordo || vi eser plenaza || adj brimful plenaza; tote plenifita; brimming plenaza; to be brimming with self-confidence eser plenaza de autofido
  • brimstone n (archaic: sulfur) súlfuro
  • brindle adj (also “brindled”) striizite bruna
  • brine n (saltwater) sal-acuo; (seawater) mar-acuo
  • bring vt (take to a particular place) [make come] venifer; [object] adportationer; [person] adconducter; (take with one) [object] cumportationer; (cause) adportationer; atracter; efectifer; facer; the hot weather brings flies la calditio adportationan moscos; you bring nothing but trouble vi façan nulo ultre creer problemos; (cause to be in a particular state) ficer; -ifer; to bring nearer (plu)proximifer; to bring to action interprenser on proceso; to bring to an end cesationifer; finer; tèrminejer; to bring to bear àplicher; user; ùtilifer; to bring to perfection perfectifer; (induce) ficer; to bring someone to do something ficer álicu facer álico; to bring to pass (lit.) efectifer; eventifer; (jur.) [charge] facer; [suit] initier; (yield) dationer; producter; to bring about (cause something to happen) efectifer; producter; (naut.: change a ship’s direction) girer; to bring around (persuade) persuaser; (revive) [unconscious person] evìgiler; riconciifer; to bring back (cause something to return) [monarchy, bell-bottoms, etc.] restaurer; to bring sexy back restaurer sèxighitio | [object] retroportationer; riportationer; [person] retroconducter; riconducter; rivenifer; [song] hey DJ, bring that back! hei DJ, riludes ecuilo! | (cause to remember) (ri)mèmorifer; to bring down (cause to descend) decensifer; (cause to fall) [knock down] abatimenter; [overturn] renverser; [push down] vòlvicher; (humble) hùmilifer; (lower) abaser; [diminish, lessen] diminutioner; to bring forth (archaic, lit.: give birth to) gèniter; nacifer; parturer; [produce] producter; to bring forward (argument) exposer; monstrer; (date, meeting) preitifer; (evidence, idea) presentationer; (in bookkeeping) transportationer; (offer) facer; (suggestion) proposer; to bring in (introduce) enconducter; to bring into fashion enconducter la modo; initier la modo; to bring into question poner cuomo je on cuestiono; to bring into trouble ìmplicher en malatco; ìmplicher en problemos; to bring off (achieve successfully) succesifer; to bring it off succeser; to bring on (cause) aparifer; atracter; ecvocher; efectifer; esifer; producter; he brought this on himself ili ipsa cerchin ecuisto; (in answer to a challenge) bring it on! lo venes!; venes, dunche! | (theat., sport) [performer] presentationer; to bring out (introduce) ecvadifer; [product, model] lancer; producter; (reveal) aparifer; exposer; reveler; It’s not wise at all to make fun of me like that. It brings out the worst in me. Es nule cunche sapienta deriser mi tale. Lo aparifan lo maxim mala en mi. | [in relief] relievifer; (take out) ecportationer; ectirer; bring out your dead! ecportationes vostra mortintos!; to bring over [object] transportationer; [person] adconducter; (convert) converter; (persuade) persuaser; to bring round (persuade) convincer; persuaser; (revive) [unconscious person] evìgiler; riconciifer; (steer) [conversation] directioner; to bring to (naut.) haltifer; (revive) [unconscious person] evìgiler; riconciifer; to bring together (assemble) [objects, people] asembler; [people] cumvocher; (join) [immaterial sense] unioner; [material sense] cumponer; junter; (reconcile) riconcilier; to bring under (defeat) vincer; (subdue) represer; [animal] dòmiter; (subjugate) submiser; to bring up (raise) [child] èducher; [object] lever; [subject] mentioner; (vomit) vòmiter
  • brink n bord(az)o; you’ve alluded, you’ve insinuated, you have tiptoed to the brink of impropriety vi alusin, vi insinuin vi vadin ped-puntale ad la bordo di desdecentitio; brinkmanship (also “brinksmanship”) usche-bordismo
  • brio n brio
  • brioche n brioçho
  • briquette n bricheto; carbon-brico
  • brisk adj (active, fast, energetic) energìosa; vivaça; (cold but fresh and enlivening) frisca; (brusque) brusca
  • brisket n pèctoratco
  • bristle n pilo; (on plant) aristo || vi hericieschecer; (become angry) iracecer; (become defensive) defensemecer || adj bristly (hair) hericiesca; pilosa; to be bristling with eser hericiesca sopre
  • Briton n Britaniano; (hist.) Britano; Britain Britania; Briticism Anglenso; Britanienso; Brittany Britonia || adj British Britaniana
  • brittle adj frágila; rumpezema
  • bro n (informal: brother) fratrucio; broham fratriciano; fratrioto; fratrocinedoro; fratrolisto; fratronelo; fratronímico; fratrono; bromance (cine.) bromantio
  • broach vt (subject) aborder; enconducter; lever; (bottle) àperer; (cask) pérfor-àperer
  • broad adj (wide) larga; broad as it is long (fig.) la metípsima coso; tote metípsima; broad in the beam di larga detreatco; broad in the shoulders di larga spádulos; broad spectrum of opinions larga, ampla spectro di opinos | [ample] ampla; [large] granda; [thick] grosa; [vast] vasta; (wide-ranging; vast) ampla; vasta; broad appeal vasta intereso; broad implications vasta ímplicos; in the broadest sense en la maxim ampla (aut vasta) senso | [diffuse] disfusita; (accent) forta; a broad Yorkshire accent on forta pronuntio de Yorkshire; (coarse) grosaria; nedecenta; (general) generala; in broad terms en generala términos; (liberal) liberala; tòlerema; broad church liberala eclesio; broad-minded liberala; tòlerema | (unsubtle) [hint] clara; broad bean (bot.: Vicia faba) fabo; broad daylight plena jurno || adv broadly ample; larghe; (generally) generale; (unsubtly) clare; broadside (on the side) flanche || n (informal: woman) cherliso; broadness amplitio; larghitio; (coarseness) grosariitio; broadax (battle axe) arm-haçho; broadcloth drapo; broadsheet (flier) avis-folio; broadside (naut.: guns) flanchi-canonado; (naut.: shots) flanchi-canonadijo; (naut.: side of ship) navi-flanco; broadsword (corbi-hilcífera) larga spado || vt to broaden (plu-)amplifer; (plu-)larghifer; to broadcast (scatter) disperser; dissèminejer; (spread news, rumor, etc.) discognocifer; disfuser; (transmit) [radio] (radio)disfuser; [television] (tele)disfuser; televiser
  • brocade n brocato || vt brocatizer
  • brocatel n brocatelo
  • broccoli n brócolo
  • brochure n broçhuro
  • brogue n (accent) Irlandiensa, Scotensa pronuntio; (hist.: shoe) brogo
  • broil vt gratícul-roster || n broiler (chicken) rost-pulolo; (cooking) [apparatus] rostatoro; rosticlo; [grill] rosti-gratículo; [oven compartment] rostuyo
  • broke adj (out of money) nesolventa; sine pecunio; to go broke esecer ruinita; esecer sine pecunio; to go for broke rischer omno | [bankrupt] bancarotanta; broken (damaged and no longer in one piece or in working order) [failed] broken home divisita familio; broken marriage ruptita maritititio | [not functioning] rumpita; broken (vinyl) record cracita disco | [promise] rumpita; [ruined] destructita; ruinita; rumpita; broken-hearted di aflictata cordio; di trista cordio | [shattered] fracasita; rumpita; [weakened] caduca; dèbilifita; (emotionally, spiritually crushed) dòmitita; broken man destructita (aut dòmitita, finita) hómino | [humbled] hùmilifita; (having breaks in continuity) intermitanta; interrumpita; [language] to speak broken Dothraki parler mala Dothrachenso | (having uneven and rough surface) neplana; broken country neplana tereno | [plowed] arita
  • broker n cambii-agento; brokerage (fee) (comision-)pocento; (service) cambii-agentío || vt (negotiate) negotier
  • bromide n (chem.) bromuro; (trite, placating saying) pacifiva banalo
  • bromine n (chem.: Br) bromo
  • bronchus n (anat.) bronco; bronchia (rare) broncos; bronchitis bronchito || adj bronchial bronchisca
  • bronco n neadextrita cabalo; silvaja cabalo
  • brontosaurus n (paleo.) brontosauro
  • bronze n (metal) bronzo; cast in bronze bronze moldijita || vt bronzizer; (skin) bronzeifer || adj (bronze-colored) bronzea
  • brooch n broco
  • brood n (hatched) exclausitado; (informal: offspring) prolado || vt (sit on eggs) incubationer || vi (cheerlessly meditate) (mórbide, melancolìose) mèditer || adj broody (of a hen) exclausifema; (thoughtful and unhappy) (mórbide, melancolìose) mèditema
  • brook n ruceleto; brooklet parva ruceleto || vt (tolerate) permiser (nula); tòlerer (nula)
  • broom n (for sweeping) scopo; broomstick scop-manubrio | (bot.: Genisteae) genisto
  • broth n buliono
  • brothel n bordelo; prostitutayo
  • brother n (gen., relig.) fratro; germaniçho; 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; (forehead) fronto; (of hill) cresto || vt to browbeat tìmidifer
  • brown adj bruna; (containing dark-colored ingredients, esp. molasses) brown bread bruna pano; íntegra pano; brown sugar bruna súcaro; (gloomy) brown study profunda mèditado; brownish brunesca || n (color) bruno; brownie (cul.) brownie; (folk.) brownie; coboldo; fato; (junior Girl Scout) scautetiso; brown-nose culi-licanto, -emo || vt brunifer; (cul.) daurer; to brown-nose culi-licher || vi brunecer
  • browse vi to browse around (a store, the Web) curiosejer; to browse through (a book, a website) foliejer; to browse on (graze) pasturer || vt (internet) curiosejer; nàvigher; (graze) pasturer || n browser (internet) Web-nàvigatoro
  • bruise vt contuser; (crush) pistilijer || n contusatco; bruiser fortijemo
  • bruit vt discomatraler sopre
  • Brunei n Bruneia; Bruneian Bruneiano
  • brunette adj brun-capila || n gentlemen prefer blondes, but they marry brunettes il hómino préferan il blondo, mas sponseçan cum il brun-capilo
  • brunt n (worst part or chief impact) (la principala) shoco, violentio, furio, expenso; lo maxim forta, granda, dura; the brunt of the attack lo maxim forta di la ataco; the brunt of the work lo maxim granda di la laboro; to bear the brunt of something asumpter la expensos di álico; responser sopre la principala parto di; subitioner lo maxim dura di álico; suporter la peso di álico
  • brush n (tool) [for hair] brucio; [for painting] penicelo; brushstroke bruciijo; penicelijo | (bot.) [shrub] arbusto; [shrubland] arbusti-bosco; [undergrowth] subbosco; brushwood accendi-ligno | (elec.) carbon-puntalado; (slight and fleeting touch) [encounter] incontro; [graze] pas-tocheto; [skirmish] combateto; dísputo || vt (hair) bruciijer; (graze) pas-tocheter; (in painting) penicelijer; to brush away (tears) deterger; forterger; sichifer; to brush off desdignationer; to brush up (clean) nitifer || vi to brush past pas-tocheter; to brush up on (renew skill) rifreschifer si sopre; rilecturer; ristuder
  • brusque adj brusca
  • Brussels sprout n (bot.: Brassica oleracea, group Gemmifera) Bruselcaulo
  • brute n (dumb animal; crude person without reason) bruto; (animal as opposed to human) bestio; brutality brutatco; brutischitio; cruelatco; cruelitio || vt to brutalize (attack) brutesche atacher; (dehumanize) brutifer; deshumanifer || adj brutal brutisca; cruela; nehumana; brutish brutesca
  • bryony n (bot.: Bryonia) brionio
  • bubal n (Alcelaphus buselaphus buselaphus) alcélafo
  • bubalus n (zool. Bubalus) búbalo
  • bubble n bulbulo; bubbling bulbulef(ad)o; ebuli(ad)o; bubbly (champagne) çhampanio; bubblejet printer jet-impresatoro || vi (produce any sort of bubble) bulbulefer; (effervesce) [phys., fig.] efervecer; (produce bursting bubbles, as of boiling water) ebulier || adj bubbly bulbulosa; (personality) efervecema; eferveçosa
  • bubo n (med.) bubono || adj bubonic plague bubon-pesto; bubonisca pesto
  • buccaneer n (hist.) bucanario
  • buccina n (hist., mus.) bucino
  • buck n (male of some animals) -içho; (currency: dollar) dólaro; dollar; to make a quick buck facer fácila pecunio; (of horses) cálcitro; (archaic: dandy) dandio; elegantiçho; (archaic: gallant) galanto; young buck jùveniçho; buckshot cugletatco; buckskin cerv(içh)-corio; buckthorn (bot.: Rhamnus) ramno; buckwheat (bot.: Fagopyrum esculentum) Saracenisca grano || vt (resist) resister; to buck off cálcitre dejacter || vi (as horse) càlcitrer; buck up! alecreces!; corajo!; to buck for efortier obtiner
  • bucket n sítulo; bucketful plen-sítulo; by the bucket sìtulope; (of waterwheel) trogo; bucket seat bacheto
  • buckle n fibelo || vt (fasten) fibelijer || vi (bend under pressure) (pres)flexezer; (sub)flexezer; [yield] cesioner; to buckle down resolve (aut seriose) laborecer
  • buckler n (hist.) scuteto
  • buckling n (cul.) buclingo
  • buckram n bucarano
  • buckshee adj (informal, Brit.: free of charge) gratúita
  • bucolic adj (idyllically rustic) bucòlichesca; (lit.) bucòlichisca || n (lit.) bucólico
  • bud n gérmino || vi gèrminefer
  • Buddha n Buda; Buddhism Budismo
  • buddy n amico; camarato; buddy movie camarati-películo; buddy system amichismo
  • budge vi movetezer; (yield) cesioner || vt moveter
  • budgerigar n (zool.: Melopsittacus undulatus) (comuna, undosa) perichito
  • budget n (fin.) bugeto || vt bugetizer || vi to budget for bugetizer
  • buff n (color) camoceo; light buff isabelo; (informal: aficionado) adepto; film buff cinéfilo; in the buff (informal: naked) nuda; nude; buffer bufario; buffer state bufaria stato | (polisher) polimenticlo || vt (polish) polimenter; to buffer (comp.) enbufariifer; (provide with a buffer) bufariizer || vi to buffer (comp.) it’s like my life is buffering lo semblan cuale se mea vivo enbufarieçan || adj camocea
  • buffalo n (zool.: Bubalus, Syncerus caffer, or Bison) búfalo; American buffalo (zool.: Bison bison) Amèricana búfalo (aut bisono)
  • buffet vt (batter) batuer; (afflict repeatedly) aflictader; sucuser || n (shock or misfortune) desfortuno; shoco; [dated: blow] (pugni-)colpo; (serve-yourself eatery) bufetayo; (serve-yourself table with food) bufeto
  • buffoon n bufono; to act the buffoon bufonejer; facer bufonatcos; buffoonery bufonatco(s)
  • bug n (zool.: any small insect) insect(et)o; (zool.: true bug of order Hemiptera) hemíptero; [bedbug] címiço; (defect) defecto; [comp.] bogo; eroro; (germ) microbio; viro; [minor illness] malatetitio; [informal: obsessive interest] manío; (hidden microphone) abscondita micrófono; bugbane (bot.: Cimicifuga) cimicífugo; bugbear (folk.) bugo || vt (annoy) molester; vexer || adj buggy (comp.: faulty in operation) bogosa
  • bugger vt (vulg.) pedicher; sodomìer
  • buggy n (hist.: cabriolet) cabrioleto; (hist.: four-wheeled) caròceazo; (hist.: two-wheeled) caróceo
  • bugle n (hunting horn) cacii-corno; (mil.) clariono; (bot.: Ajuga) búgulo; (flugelhorn) flughelcorno
  • build vt (construct) constructer; [fashion, shape] factioner; [with brick, stone] masoner; (comp.: compile) compiler; to build up (amass) amasifer; (develop) disveloper; [area] civitatizer; constructijer; [town] civitatifer; (establish) [impression] creer; [organization] fundationer; (increase) augmenter; (propagandize) promotioner; propagander; publìciter || n constructo; (dimensions, proportions of a body) corporaturo; (make, cut) factionatco; (comp.) compil(atc)o; builder constructisto; building constructatco; (edifice) edificio; (house) domo; (structure) structuro
  • bulb n (bot., anat.) bulbo; (ampulla, ampoule) ampulo; (elec.) electrisca ampulo; lúmin-ampulo || adj bulbous bulbesca
  • Bulgaria n Bulgaria; Bulgar (pre-Slavic) Búlgaro; Bulgarian Bulgariano
  • bulge n (protuberance) convexatco; (swelling) tumatco || vi convexecer; tum(ec)er
  • bulimia n (med.) bulimio
  • bulk n (size, mass) granditio; maso; volúmino; [of person] corpulentitio; (majority) plu-multo; [of countable things] majoritato; in bulk (aggregate) amase; bloche; multope; (not packaged) laxe; bulkhead parieto || vi to bulk large importer; to bulk up grosecer || adj (aggregate) amasa; bulky grosa; masiva; volùminosa
  • bull n (uncastrated male bovine) boviçho; tauro; to take the bull by the horns sacer la tauro an la cornos | (fin.) (pretii-)altifisto; (papal) bul-létero; bullbaiting tauri-beitado; bulldog bulldog; bulldozer buldozero; bullfight taur-combato; tauromachio; bullfinch (zool.: Pyrrhula) pirulo; bullfrog tauri-rano; bullhead (zool.: Cottus) capoceo; bullseye miration-centro; (lantern) eclipsi-lanterno; (naut.) bov-óculo; (window) rotunda fenestreto; bullshit (joking lie) blago; (lie) mendacio; (nonsense) sine-senso || vt (fin.: raise the price of) (plu-)altifer la pretio di; [market] (plu-)altifer pretios en; to bulldoze buldozerijer || adj bullheaded obstinazema
  • bulla n (med.) bulio
  • bullet n cuglo || adj bulletproof anticugla; cugl-èprobita
  • bulletin n (periodical publication) buletino; (placard) afigedo; bulletin board afij-tábulo; anuntii-tábulo; (comp.) misaj-tábulo
  • bullion n (crude ore) cruda mineratco; (ingot) ingoto
  • bullock n (castrated bull) bovucliçho
  • bully n tiraneto || vt tiraneteser ad || adj (informal: very good) bully for you! bonaza!; brava!
  • bulrush n (bot.: Cyperus) cípero; [biblical: Cyperus papyrus] papiro; (bot.: Scirpus) cirpo
  • bulwark n (rampart) muralio; (bastion) bastiono; (breakwater) molono; (naut.) parapeto || vt muraliizer; bastionizer; plu-fortifer
  • bum n (vagrant) vagantaçho; (beggar) mèndichistaçho; (idler) nul-facemo; otiemo; pigro; (mooch) mutuaçhedoro; (Brit.: buttocks) pugo || vt (mooch) mutuaçher; to bum out depresioner || vi to bum around otier || adj (false) bum rap falsa acuso; (worthless) sine-valora
  • bumble vi vacile caminer || n bumblebee (zool.: Bombus) bómbulo
  • bump n (blow) colpeto; shoco; (collision) colisiono; intershoco; (jolt of vehicle) sucuso; (jostle) shoc-pulso; (noise) things that go bump in the night cosos cua façan misteriosa ruitos en la nocto; (protuberance) convexatco; salianto; [hump, mound] gibo; [knot, knob, node] túbero; [swelling] tumatco; bumper (auto.) parashoco; (generous glassful) plena copo || vt colpeter; shocher; (jostle) shoc-pulser; to bump off (informal: murder) forifer; to bump up (informal: increase) augmenter; (informal: promote) promoter; he was bumped up to first class on the flight home homi pulsin ili ad unésima claso dum la rivena volo || vi (collide) colisioner (cum); intershocher; to bump into (meet) fortúite incontrer || adj bumper (crop, harvest) abundanta; bumpy (ride) sucusosa; (road) neplana; tùberosa
  • bumpkin n rùsticaçho
  • bumptious adj aroganta; presumptema
  • bun n (cul.) dulça paneto; (hair) capil-nodo; çhiniono; buns (informal: buttocks) náticos || vt bun up the dance! pughizes la danço!; tuerchizes la danço!
  • bunch n (collection of similar things growing or fastened together) [bouquet] bocheto; [bundle] facelo; paco; [of feathers] penaçhio; [of fruit] racemo; [tuft] tufo; (informal: a large number or quantity) [assortment] asortatco; [crowd] turbo; [group] grupo; [heap] amaso; best of the bunch maxim bona de omnos; bunch of multa; multo de; thanks a bunch! multa regratios! || vt to bunch together enfacelifer; grupifer
  • bund n confédero; ligatco; Bundesrat Fèderisca Conselo
  • bundle n (packet) pacheto; paco; (sheath, stack) facelo || vt enfacelifer; enpachifer; (wrap) envolver; to bundle up (dress warmly) calde vestizer (si)
  • bung n tap(az)o; bunghole baril-boco; (vulg.: anus) cul-forámino
  • bungalow n bangalo
  • bungee n bungio
  • bungle vt façaçher; misfacer || n bungler façaçhedoro
  • bunion n (med.) valga háluço
  • bunk n (bed) bunk bed superponisca lectado | [cot] lecteto; [naut.] planchi-lecto; bunkhouse dormayo | (bunkum) blago; sine-senso
  • bunker n (bin, tank) coal bunker carbonuyo; (mil.) bunchero
  • bunny n cunìculucio; Playboy Bunny Cunìculucio di Playboy
  • Bunsen burner n ardificlo di Bunsen
  • bunt vt (baseball) colpeti; (head-butt) cápiti-colper
  • bunting n (zool.: Emberiza) emberizo; (flags) bandari(et)ado; (material) stamíneo
  • buoy n boyo; (beacon) [seamark] mar-fareto; buoyancy (of floating object) flotationemitio; (of liquid) levemitio; (of mood) alecritio; optimismo; (of step) legeritio || vt to buoy up (encourage) coragizer; (make float) flotationifer || adj buoyant (floating) flotationiva; (liquid) levema; (mood) alecra; optimista; (step) legera
  • bur n (bot.: prickly seed case or flower head) lapo; burdock (bot.: Arctium) bardano
  • burble vi mùrmurader; (babble) gàrulaçher
  • burbot n (zool.: Lota lota) barboto
  • burden n (load) cárico; portationedo; the burden of proof lies with him je ili incumbran la cárico di prober | [encumbrance] impedivo; incumbrivo; [oppressive task, duty, payments] ónero; [weight] peso; [weight: tonnage] capacitio; tonelatado; (chief theme) principala themo; [of a song or complaint] refreno || vt (load heavily) càrichizer; (oppress) ònerizer; opreser || adj burdensome pesosa; (costly) costosa; (oppressive) ònerosa; opresanta; opresiva
  • bureau n (chest of drawers) tir-cofrado; (department) departimento; ministrerío; (office) oficino; (Brit.: writing desk) scrib-ménsulo; scriptorio; bureaucracy (bureaucrats, collectively) buròcratado; (system) buròcratismo; bureaucrat burócrato
  • burette n bureto
  • burgeon vi gèrminefer
  • burgess n (archaic: inhabitant of a borough) districtano; munìcipiano; (hist.: representative) representisto; (hist.: town magistrate) (lochisca) júdiço
  • burgh n (Scot.: chartered town) munìcipio; (Scot.: district) (civitati-)districto; (hist.: borough) (civitati-)districto; munìcipio; (hist.: market town) burgo
  • burglar n efractisto; burglary efracto || vt to burglarize, burgle efracter
  • burgomaster n munìcipii-çhefo
  • burgrave n (hist.) burgravio
  • Burgundy n Burgundia; burgundy (wine) Burgundiana vino
  • burke n (Brit. informal) stúpido
  • Burkina Faso n Burchina-Faso; Burkinabe Burchina-Fasano
  • burlesque n burlesco; (striptease) striptizo || vt (parody) parodìer
  • burly adj grand-córpora; robusta
  • Burma n Birma; Burmese Birmano
  • burn vi (be consumed by fire) arder; (be red-hot; ardent) ardorer; (blaze) flagrer; (flame) flamefer; (sunburn) solel-arder || vt (consume by fire) ardifer; [arson] incendier; (cauterize) [med.] cauteriijer; (scorch) superficie ardifer; (tech.) [a CD] registrationer sur (on CD-ROM); [combust] combuster || n (act) ardo; (result) ardatco; ardi-vùlneratco; (Scot.: small stream) ruceleto; burner ardiclo; burning ardo; burning lens ardif-lentilo; burning mirror ardifi-spéculo || adj burning ardanta; (ardent) ardoranta; ardorosa; (chem.) cáustica; (feverish) febrosa; (inflamed) inflamata; burnt ardita; (burnt down) incendiita; (combusted) combustita; burnt offering ard-òferedo; holocausto; (victim) víctimo
  • burnet n (bot.: Sanguisorba) sanguísorbo; (zool.: Zygaenidae) zígeno
  • burnish vt (polish) polimenter; (enhance, perfect) plu-bonifer
  • burnous n (also “burnoose”) burnuso
  • burp vi ructer || n ructo
  • burr n (trill) parlo uvulara || vi parler uvulare
  • burrow n tunelo || vi tunelefer; cavifer; èxcaver tunelo
  • bursar n cashisto; bursary (scholarship) stipendio; (treasury) casho
  • burst vi (split open) creper; (explode) exploser; to burst forth erupter; to burst into a room enrumper en on cambro; to burst into tears erupter en lácrimos; to burst out laughing exploser, erupter en ridado; rid(az)ecer; to burst with laughing creper pro rider || vt (break apart) disrumper; (shatter) fracaser; to burst open àperer violentie; fortijer || n (split) crepo; (eruption) erupto; (explosion) exploso; [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; [hold a funeral for] fùnerer; (a knife in the body) afunder; plùmbicher; (cover) còperter; (hide) absconder; (overwhelm) aplaster; to bury oneself (engross oneself in) ficer si absorbata || n burial enterifo; (of a corpse) sepulto; [funeral] fúnero; [religious] eclesiisca sepulto; burial ground cemeterio; sepultayado; burial service fùnerisca ceremonio
  • bus n (large motor vehicle) autobuso; busstop haltayo; microbus microbuso; minibus minibuso | (comp.) buso; busser (in restaurant, etc.) portationisto || vt (dishes) (for)portationer
  • busby n cuçhmo
  • bush n arbusto; (thicket) arbusti-foresteto; densatco; (with trunk) frútiço; (without trunk) arbúsculo; bushland arbusti-bosco; arbusti-foresto || adj bushy (of hair, etc.) densa
  • bushel n buselo
  • bushing n glis-anelo; (bearing) glis-túbulo
  • business n (commerce) comercio; business is slow afaros, comercio stagnan; extensive business granda afaros; granda comercio; in business en comercio; en la afaros; on business por afaros; run of business fluo di afaros; fluo di comercio; granda vendado; that is bad business ecuilo es mala afaro; to be in business comercier; to do business with comercier cum; to do good business facer bona comercio; pròsperer en sua comercio; to have business with haber afaros cum; to mean business eser seriosa; (company, firm) companío; fermo; established business vétera fermo; (profession) profesiono; [job, work] laboro; [trade, craft] minsterio; to understand one’s business comprenser sua departimento; what business are you in? cua es vua profesiono? | (task, duty, concern) afaro; concerno; departimento; devo; oficio; responso; mind your own business! atentiones vua propria afaros!; that’s not your business ecuilo concernan mere mi; ecuilo ne concernan vi; ecuilo ne es vua departimento; to make it one’s business asumpter ecuilo; (sole) atenter ecuilo; (affair, matter) afaro; business agent afar-agento; business card vísit-carto; businessman afaristo; comerciisto || adj business-like afarema; afarisca; pràctichema
  • busk n (hist.) subteniclo
  • buskin n (hist.) cothurno
  • bust n (anat.: chest) péctoro; [bosom] mamos; seno; [in art] busto; [measurement] péctor-mensuro; (arrest) aresto; (bankruptcy) bancaroto; (econ.) criso; [depression] depresiono; [recession] 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.: Otididae) autardo
  • bustier n bustiero
  • bustle vi circum-haster; ruitose vener et vader; (of place) eser actosa || vt hastifer || adj bustling actosa
  • busy adj òcupata; (active) actema; activa; (diligent) diligenta; (employed) empleata; (industrious) laborema; busy signal signalo di òcupato || adv busily active; diligente; òcupate || n busyness òcupatitio; busybody enmixturemo; omni-tochemo; busywork ócupi-laboro || vt to busy oneself with òcuper si sopre
  • but conj (contrasting) mas; a fool, but an honest fool on stulto, mas on stulto honesta; (unless) eccepte che; se...ne; sine che || adv (only) mere || prep (except) eccepte; ultre
  • butane n (chem.) butano
  • butcher n mactisto; butcher shop carnerío; (slaughterhouse) macterío; butcher’s broom (bot.: Ruscus aculeatus) rusco; butchery mactado; (carnage) masacro; butcherbird (zool.: Cracticus) cráctico; (zool.: Laniidae) lanio || vt macter; (massacre) masacrer
  • butler n çhef-servisto
  • butt vt (head-butt) cápit-colper; corn-colper || vi to butt in (interrupt) interrumper; (meddle) enmixturer si; to butt up against (abut) cumfinezer an; eser juxte ad; (bump) pulser contre || n (head-butt) cápit-colpo; corn-colpo; (archery) [mound] ter-amaso; [target] mirationedo; objectivo; butts (shooting range) disparayo | (cask) baril(az)o; (end) [bottom] infr(atc)o; [of a rifle] colbo; [stump, stub] muniono; [thicker] grosa extrematco; [informal: buttocks] pugo; (vulg.) culo; butt cheeks náticos
  • butter n butiro; artificial butter margarino; butter-and-eggs (bot.: Linaria vulgaris) linario; butterball graso; buttercup (bot.: Ranunculus) ranúnculo; butterfat butir-grasio; butterfingers nehábilo; butterfly (zool.: Rhopalocera) papiliono; buttermilk butir-lacto; butterscotch butir-caramelo || adj butterfingered nehábila
  • buttocks n (anat.) náticos; [fam.] pugo; [of a horse] cropo; [vulg.] culo
  • 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 formo; graseta
  • buy vt comprer; (bribe) suborner; (informal: believe) I don’t buy that explanation mi ne credan ecuila éxplico; to buy back retrocomprer; ricomprer; (fig.: redeem) redempter; to buy for cash comprer contante; to buy up (monopolize) acaparer || n compro; (bargain) bona compredo; necostoso
  • buzz n (as of insects) zumb(ad)o; (murmuring) múrmur(ad)o; (whispering) susur(ad)o; (informal: euphoria) euforío; (informal: excitement) eccitationo; (informal: gossip) comatral(ad)o; (informal: rumor) rumoro; (informal: telephone call) telèfonijo; 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 (agent) [authorship] da; a translation of Pushkin by Nabokov on traducto je Pushkin da Nabókov; commanded by God comandata da Deo; loved by no one amata da nulu; who is this book by? da cuu es ecuista libro?; written by Gogol scribita da Gogol | [by means of] per; by all means (certainly) certe; by chance fortúite; incidente; (possibly) forse; posíbile; by hand per manuo; by mail per postalo; postale; by no means nule; tote ne; by railway ferviale; by reason of insanity pro dementitio; by sight per vido; secuno vido; by stealth abscondite; furtive; secrete; written by pencil scribita lápide; scribita per lápido | [according to] secuno; by my watch secuno mea horologio | [in oaths] per; by God per Deo; (measurement) [difference] by far per multo; by far greater multe plu granda; you are taller than me by a head vi es plu alta cam mi per una cápito | [in units of] -(op)e; by degrees gradope; by halves duave; little by little paucope; (space) [near] juxte; proxim; by the way incidente; juxte la vialo; látere; parénthese; pasante; in a van down by the river en on furgoneto proxim la fluvio; [past] I passed by the stripbar mi pretervadin la striptizerío; (time) [deadline] ante post; by now jam; by then jam; by this time jam; come by three o’clock venes ante post tria clocos; [during] by night dum la nocto; nocte; by oneself aparta; sine adjuto; sola, -e; by the bye incidente; parénthese || n bylaw régulo; statuto; byline auctor-índico; bypass pretervadayo; byproduct làterisca productito; bystander asistanto; spectationanto; byway nedirecta vialo; byword populara dicedo; proverbio || vt to bypass eviter || adj bygone pasinta || adv (space) [near] próxime; [past] prétere; I passed her by mi pretervadin eli; in time gone by dum pasinta témporo; by and by post curta témporo; prompte; by and large generale
  • byssus n (hist.) biso
  • byzantine adj (fig.) Bizantiesca


C

  • C ltr (mus.) C (aut Do); C-flat (C♭) C bemola; C-sharp (C♯) C diesa; C-section cesáreo
  • C.O.D. adv (cash on delivery) reimburse
  • cab n (taxi) taxí; taxìmetrígero; (of a truck, etc.) cabino; (hist.: four-wheeled) fiacro; (hist.: two-wheeled) cabrioleto; cabbie taxìisto
  • cabal n complotantado; intrigantado; (illegal) conspirantado
  • cabala n Cábala; cabalist Càbalaisto || adj cabalistic Càbalaisca
  • cabana n cabano
  • cabaret n cabareto
  • cabbage n (bot.: Brassica oleracea) caulo; cabbage rose (bot.: Rosa × centifolia) centifolio; cabbage soup cauli-supo
  • cabin n (naut., aero., etc.) cabino; cabin boy moço | (hut) cabano
  • cabinet n (furniture) [cupboard] armario; [display case] vitrino; medicine cabinet fármac-armario; cabinetmaker lignatchisto | (pol.) ministrado; cabinet member ministr(adan)o; (archaic: small private room) cabino
  • cable n (rope, wire) cablo; cordazo; [hawser; lashing] anmaro; cable television cabli-televisiono; televisiono per cablo; cablecast teletransmiso per cablo; cablegram (hist.) cablografìatco; cableway (funicular) cabli-vialo; funicularo || vt (moor) anmarijer; to cablecast teletransmiser per cablo; to cablegram cablografìer; invìer per cablo
  • cabochon n caboçhono
  • caboose n caud-vagono; (archaic: ship’s kitchen) (nav-)cocinayo; (informal: woman’s buttocks) pugo
  • cabriolet n (auto.; hist.: buggy) cabrioleto
  • cacao n (bot.: Theobroma cacao) [seed] cacao; [tree] cacaífero
  • cachalot n (zool.: Physeter macrocephalus) caçhaloto
  • cache n (items stored) abscondedado; (place) abscondayo; cache memory caçho || vt absconder
  • cachet n (prestige) prestigio; (capsule) cápsulo; (mark, seal) sigilo
  • cachexy n (med.) cachexio
  • cackle vi (as a bird) cucurer
  • cacophony n cacofonío
  • cactus n (bot.: Cactaceae) cacto
  • cad n canalio
  • cadastre n catastro
  • cadaver n cadávero || adj cadaverous cadàveresca
  • caddisfly n (zool.: Trichoptera) frígano
  • caddy n (golf) cadio; (tea) teuyo
  • cadence n cadentio || vt cadentier
  • cadet n (mil.) capdeto
  • cadge vt (Brit. informal) mutuaçher
  • 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 salato Caesar; Caesar’s mushroom (bot.) naranje-fungo; Caesarism Caesar-ismo || adj caesarean section Caesar-isca operationo; cesáreo
  • caesium n (chem.: Cs) cesio
  • caesura n (poetry) cesuro
  • café n (restaurant) cafeerío; (coffee) café au lait, café con leche, caffè latte lacti-cafeo; caffè latte macchiato machiata lacti-cafeo; caffè macchiato machiata cafe-lacto; caffè mocha mocacino; Mocha-cafeo
  • cafeteria n cafeterío; (canteen) cantino
  • caffeine n cafeíno
  • caftan caftano
  • cage n cáveo || vt encàveifer
  • cahoots n comploto; conspiro
  • caiman n (also “cayman”; zool.: Caiman) caimano
  • caique n caíco
  • cairn n túmulo
  • caisson n (archit., engin.) casetono; (mil. hist.) munition-carito
  • cajole vt blander
  • cake n cuco; let them eat cake! los manges brioçho!; (bar) brico; urinal cake urinabi-brico; cake shop cucheferío || vt (cover with) còperter per || vi (agglomerate) aglòmerezer; (coagulate) coàguler; (harden) durecer
  • calabash n (bot.: Crescentia cujete) 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
  • calceolaria n (bot.: Calceolaria) calceolario; pantóful-floro
  • calcify vt calcifer; petrifer
  • calcine vt calciner
  • calcium n (chem.: Ca) calcio
  • calculate vt (determine) [amount, number, distance, etc., mathematically] càlculer; [effects, risk, etc.] càlculer; evaluter; to calculate on (factor in) encàlculer; (rely on) expecter; fider ad || n calculation cálculo; calculator càlculatoro || adj calculable càlculébila; (countable) contébila; calculated (determined) càlculita; calculated risk càlculita risco | (intended) intentita, -ata
  • calculus n (math) infinitèsimisca cálculo; (med.) concremento
  • calèche n (hist.) calesho
  • calefaction n calefacto
  • calefy vt calefacter
  • calendar n (of dates) calendario; (of people and things) listo; tabelo
  • calender n calandro || vt calandrijer
  • calends n (hist.) calendos
  • calf n (young of certain large animals) [cow] bovolo; [deer] cervolo; calfskin bovol-corio | (anat.) suralo
  • caliber n (quality) cualitio; (capability) capàbilitio; (level) nivelo; (measure) calibro; interna diámetro || vt to 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) nòminijer; they call me MISTER Tibbs! homi nòminijan mi SENIORO Tibbs!; what is that called? cuale homi nòminijan ecuilo?; [claim, pronounce] I call bullshit! mi declarationan blago! | [give name to] nòminizer; she shall call her son Emmanuel eli nòminizun sua filiiçho Emmanuel; [refer, consider, or describe as being] I call that being tricked by a business mi nòminijan ecuilo eser inganita da on fermo; (announce) anuntier; [predict] ante-dicer; (attempt to contact) vocher; [by telephone] telèfonijer; vocher (teléfone); don’t call us, we’ll call you ne molestes vi vocher, nos ad vi vocun; (summon) advocher; [a witness] citationer; [convoke] cumvocher; (suspend) [sports] suspender; to call attention to atentionedifer; ficer atentionata; to call back retrovocher; rivocher; (return call) riturner la voco di álicu; to call forth ecvocher; (incite) provocationer; to call into question contester; to call out ecvocher; to call to mind mèmoredifer; to call together asembler; cumvocher; to call up (conjure) conjurer || vi (shout) clamer; [bleat] bleter; [summon] vocher; (at a port) escaler; to call for (request) demander; [demand] èxiger; to call on (appeal) apeler ad; demander; (visit) vìsiter || n (cry) crito; [of animals] bleto; [to summon] voco; the call of the sea la voco da la maro; (decision) it’s your call lo es vua deciso; (invitation) invito; (reason, need) there’s no call for alarm ci es nula motivo por pavoro; (request) demando; [demand] éxijo; (summons) citationo; (visit) (curta) vísito; call girl voc-pueriso; call sign, letters voc-signo; on call voche en labor-veço; calling (inner urging) advochezo; (profession) minsterio; profesiono; calling card vísit-carto
  • calligraph vt calìgrafìer || n calligrapher calígrafo; calligraphy (art) calìgrafío; (result) calìgrafìatco
  • calliper n (or “callipers”) calibri-compaso
  • callipygous adj belpuga
  • callous adj (insensitive, cruel) cruela; nesentiva; sine compasiono; calloused calosa || n callosity (med.) calo
  • 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 || n calmitio; (Beaufort level 0) calmitio || vt calmifer || vi calmecer; calm down! calmifes vi!; trancuilifes vi!
  • calomel n calomelo
  • caloric adj calorisca || n (hist.) calórico
  • calorie n calorío
  • calorimeter n calorímetro; calorimetry calorìmetrío
  • 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
  • calypso n (mus.) calipso
  • calyx n (bot., zool.) cáliço
  • cam n (mech.) camo; camshaft cam-árboro | (short for “camera”) cámero; camgirl model(is)o di Web-cámero
  • camail n camalio
  • camaraderie n camaratitio
  • camarilla n camarilo
  • camber n convexetitio || vt convexetifer
  • Cambodia n Cambodia; Cambodian Cambodiano
  • Cambrian adj (Welsh) Cumbriana; (geol.) Cambriana || n (geol.) Cambriano
  • cambric n batisto
  • camel n (zool.: Camelus) camelo
  • camellia n (bot.: Camellia) camelio
  • camelopard n (archaic) girafo
  • Camembert n (cheese) camemberto
  • cameo n (jewelry) cameo; (brief celebrity appearance) cameo
  • camera n (phot., cine.) cámero; camera obscura (hist.) obscur-cámero; cameraman càmeristo | (chamber) cambro; in camera private
  • camerlengo n (eccl.) camerlingo
  • Cameroon n Camerunia; Cameroonian Cameruniano
  • camisole n camisolo
  • camlet n cameloto
  • camouflage n camuflatco; camufliclo || vt camufler
  • camp n (temporary accommodations) campejayo; [barracks] casernado; [tents] tentado; to break camp descampejecer; camper (person) campejisto; (vehicle) campej-vecturo; campfire focato | (pol., etc.) bando; partiteto || vt (in multiplayer video games) (cadáver-)campejer apud || vi campejer || adj (affected, theatrical) afectationanta; afectationosa
  • campaign n campanio || vi campanier
  • campanile n campanel-turo
  • campanology n campanelío
  • campanula n (bot.) campánulo
  • campeachy wood n (bot.: Haematoxylum campechianum) campeçho
  • camphor n (chem.) cámforo
  • campion n (bot.: Lychnis) lícnido; (bot.: Silene) sileno
  • 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 cum 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) hermètichifer; (preserve in a can) enlatatifer || n (canister) lat-conservuyo; latato; cannery enlatatiferío; can opener latat-àpericlo || adj canned enlatatifita; canned beans enlatatifita faseolos; canned goods enlatatifitos; canned laughter (recorded) enlatatifita ridos; registrationita ridos
  • Canada n Canadá; Canadian Canadáno
  • canaille n pòpulaçho
  • canal n canalo; (anat.) túbulo; vásculo; canal boat canal-barco || vt to canalize (a field) canalizer; (a river) canalifer
  • canapé n canapeo
  • canard n falsa informo (aut raconto, reporto); informaçho; racontaçho; reportaçho
  • canary n (zool.: Serinus) canario; Canary Islands Canarios
  • canasta n canasto
  • cancan n (hist.) cancano
  • cancel vt (annul) anuler; [cross out] oblìterer; tra-strichizer; [erase] efacier; [extinguish] extinter; [postage] oblìterer; [repeal] abrogher; (amortize) amortiser; to cancel out anuler
  • cancer n (med.) cáncero; (astron.) cancro
  • candela n candelo
  • candelabrum n candelabro
  • candid adj cándida; (informal, unrehearsed) neformala; sine posturo
  • candidate n candidato; candidacy candidatitio
  • candle n candelo; Candlemas Candel-festo; candlestick candeliero
  • candor n càndiditio
  • candy n (any sugary, sweet food) dulçatco; sùcaratco; rock candy (crystallized sugar) cando; candytuft (bot.: Iberis) ibero || vt (coat with crystallized sugar) 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 canìculisca
  • canine adj caninisca || n (dog) canino; (tooth) canin-dento
  • canister n (can) latato; -uyo; [not hermetically sealed] canistro; (of gas) bombo; canister shot latat-mitralio
  • canker n (bot.) cáncero; (med.: aphtha) aftho; buc-ùlcereto || vt (corrode) corosioner; (ulcerate) ùlceretizer || adj cankerous (causing cankers) ùlceretiziva; (infected with cankers) ùlceretosa
  • cankle n caviliazo
  • cannabin n canabino
  • cannabis n (bot.: Cannabis sativa) cánabo
  • cannibal n caníbalo; cannibalism canìbalismo || vt to cannibalize canìbalìer; (disassemble) desmonter
  • cannon n canono; (howitzer) obus-canono; cannon shell obuso; cannonade canon-disparado; cannoneer canonisto; cannonball cuglazo
  • cannula n (surg.) cánulo
  • cannule n (surg.) cánulo
  • canny adj sagaça
  • canoe n canoo
  • canon n (law, mus., relig.) canónico; (church dignitary) canonicalo; canonicals presbìterisca vestado; canonicity canònichitio; canonist canònichisto || vt to canonize canònichizer || adj canonical (thing) canònichisca; (clergyman) canonicalisca
  • canopy n (of a bed, throne) baldachino; (awning) marchiso; (of heaven) vólvito; (of trees) canopeo
  • cant n (hypocritical, sanctimonious talk) hipòcritatco; piaçhatco; (jargon) jargono; [slang] slango; (slope) inclinatco; inclinitio || vt incliner || vi inclinezer
  • cantabile adj cantábila || adv cantábile || n cantábilo
  • cantaloup n (bot.: Cucumis melo, var. cantalupo) cantalupo
  • cantankerous adj dìsputema
  • cantata n (mus,) 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
  • canto n (mus.) canto
  • canton n (district) cantono; cantonment acantonayo || vt (billet) acantoner
  • cantor n cantoro
  • canvas n (for sails, tents) canabáceo; (for painting) picti-telo; [the painting itself] pictatco; canvasback (zool.: Aythya valisineria) blanchi-dorsa ánato
  • canvass vt (votes, support) solìciter; (opinions) sonder; (discuss) debater; discuser || vi to canvass for (votes) solìciter
  • canyon n caniono
  • caoutchouc n caoçhuco
  • cap n (any brimless hat) bonito; to doff the cap deprender la... | [biretta] bireto; [coif] cofio; [czapka] çhapco; [flat cap] plat-cascheto; [kepi] chepo; [toque] tochio; [visored] cascheto; (percussion cap) (explosifiva) cápsulo; (protective lid) copérculo; [stopper] obturiclo; tapo; (fig.) cápito; clímaço; corono; sumitato || vt (put a lid on) copèrculizer; [stopper] tapizer; (complete) completifer; (limit) lìmitizer; (provide a fitting end or climax for) climacizer; and to cap it all, he... et por la climaço, ili...; (put a hat on) càpit-vestizer; -izer; (surpass) ecceser; sorvader
  • cap-a-pie adv de cápito ad pedos
  • capable adj capábila; (competent) competenta || n capability capàbilitio; (competence) competentitio
  • capacious adj ampla; capaça || n capacitance (phys.) capacitantio; capacitor (elec.) condensatoro; capacity (ability) capàbilitio; competentitio; hàbilitio; poto; [authority] auctoritato; (role, function) oficio; rolo; in the capacity of cuale; cuomo | (volume) capacitio || vt to capacitate capàbilifer
  • caparison n caparaçono || vt caparaçonizer
  • cape n (short cloak) manteto; [pelerine] pelerino; (geog.) capo; promontorio; Cape gooseberry (bot.: Physalis peruviana) físalo; Cape Verde Capo-Verda; Cape Verdean Capo-Verdano
  • caper vi caprioler; saltetader || n capriolo; (bot: Capparis spinosa) [bud] cáparo; [shrub] càparífero
  • capercaillie n (zool.: Tetrao urogallus) urogalo
  • capias n aresti-mandationo
  • capillary n (anat.) capilaro || adj capilar(isc)a
  • capital n (city) çhef-civitato; (fin.) capitalo; capital gain plu-valoro; capitalism capitalismo; capitalist capitalisto; to make capital out of exploter | (letter) majúsculo; (arch.) capitelo || vt to capitalize (convert to capital) capitalifer; (letters) majùsculifer || vi to capitalize on exploter || adj (chief) çhefa; principala; (liable to the death penalty) mort-punébila; (pertaining to the head) càpitisca; (dated: British) bonaza; eccelanta; valde bona; capitalist capitalismisca; capitalista
  • capitate adj (bot., zool.) càpitífera || n (anat.) capitato
  • capitation n (census) censo; (payment) cápit-pago; (poll tax) cápit-imposto
  • capitol n capitolio
  • capitulate vi capitulationer
  • capitulum n (anat., bot.) capitularo
  • capon n pulucliçho
  • caponier n caponario
  • capote n capoto
  • cappuccino n Capucine(-cafe)o
  • capriccio n (mus.) capricio
  • 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 (mil., nav.) capitano; comandanto; (of ship) nav-çhefo; captaincy capitanitio || vt capitanejer
  • caption n (of photo, cartoon) subscribatco; (subtitle) subtítulo; (title) título; [rubric] rubrico
  • captious adj crìtichema
  • captive n captito; captivity captititio; nelìberitio || vt to captivate (charm) càrminer; (delight) delectationer; (fascinate) fàciner || adj captita; captive balloon nelíbera balono
  • captor n captinto
  • capture vt capter; (arrest) arester; (seize) sacer || n captito; (act) capto
  • Capuchin n Capucino
  • car n (auto)vecturo; automóbilo; (RR) vagono; car bomb bombi-vecturo; vectur-bombo; carport parchi-tecto || vt to carjack vectur-rauber
  • carabineer n carabinígero
  • caracole n caracolo || vi caracoler
  • carafe n carafo
  • caramel n caramelo
  • carangid n (zool.: Carangidae) carángido
  • carapace n carapaço
  • carat n carato
  • caravan n (Brit.: travel trailer) campej-remulchedo; (hist.: company of travelers) caravano; caravansary caravanayo
  • caravel n (hist., naut.) carabelo
  • caraway n (bot.: Carum carvi) caravío
  • carbide n (chem.) carburo
  • carbine n (musket) carabino
  • carbohydrate n (chem.) carbonii-hidrato; glúcido
  • carbolic adj 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; carborundum carborundo; silicii-carburo || vt to carbonate carbonatizer; to carbonize (coat with carbon) carbonizer; (convert to carbon) carbonifer; (make react to carbon) carboniijer || adj carbonaceous carboni(os)a; carbonated (drink) carbonatizita; gasosa; carbonic carbonata; carbonic acid carbonata ácido; Carboniferous (containing carbon) carboniífera; (geol.) Carbonífera
  • Carbonaro n (hist.) Carbonaro
  • carboy n damijano
  • carbuncle n (med., min.) carbúnculo
  • carburet vt carburationer; (react with carbon) carboniijer || n (dated: carbide) carburo; carburator carburationatoro
  • carburize vt carboniizer
  • carcass n (dead animal) bestii-cadávero; (derog.: person’s body, living or dead) còrporaçho
  • carcinogen n (med.) càncerífero; carcinógeno
  • carcinoma n (path.) carcinomo
  • card n carto; (for wool) cardiclo; card shark, card sharp cart-astuto; to be in the cards eser probábila; to lay one’s cards on the table poner la cartos sur la ménsulo; to play one’s cards right jocher bone sua cartos; cardboard cartono; (paperboard) paper-cartono || vt (wool) carder
  • cardamine n (bot.: Cardamine) 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
  • cardigan n cardigano
  • cardinal n (church dignitary; number) cardinalo; (zool.: Cardinalis cardinalis) cardinaleo || adj (number) cardinala; (primary) cardinala; çhefa; esentiisca; fundamentisca
  • cardiogram n (electri-)cardiografìatco
  • cardioid n (math) cardioido
  • cardiology n cardiòloghío; cardiologist cardiólogo
  • cardoon n (bot.: Cynara cardunculus) carduo
  • care n (anxiety, worry) solicitúdino; [psych.] ánxio; full of cares ànxiosa; destrancuilifosa; solicitùdinosa; to not have a care in the world eser tote sine destrancuilifo (aut solicitúdino) | (carefulness) atentiono; cautitio; [dilligence] diligentitio; “handle with care” (on box) “frágila”; to have a care (be cautious) haber cautitio; to take care (be cautious) haber cautitio; take care! (habes) cautitio!; (as good wishes) bone atentes vi!; to take care not to atenter che homi ne -es; guarder si contre il -er; to take care to atenter che -es | (charge) atento; càrichizo; responsivitio; [guardianship] guardo; (of minor) tutelo; [med.] flego; to be in the care of Dr. Kevorkian eser flegata da D-ro. Kevorkian; care of (on letters) apud; Signore Mario, care of Nintendo Senioro Mario, apud Nintendo; to take care of (look after) atenter; [child] tuteler; [med.] flegher; caregiver (of child) tutelisto; (of sick) fleghisto; caretaker (of building) edificii-atentisto; (of child) tutelisto; (of sick) fleghisto; caretaker government intervala gubernerío || vt (feel concern or interest in) what do I care (about that)? ad mi cuo importan (sopre ecuilo)?; to care to placeber ad homi -er; volitioner -er || vi (feel concern or interest) interesezer sopre; solicitùdiner; all he cares about his money lo única cua interesan (aut importan ad) ili es pecunio; I couldn’t care less ad mi lo tote (aut absolute) ne importan; I don’t care lo ne interesan (aut importan ad) mi; mi ne solicitúdinan; to care for (like) amer; I don’t care for coffee ad mi ne plaçan cafeo; I don’t much care for him mi ne multe aman ili; [love] I care very much for her mi multe amoran eli | (look after) atenter; [the sick] flegher || adj careful (attentive) atentionema; (cautious) cauta; careful, man! there’s a beverage here! cautitio, cherlo! mi haban on bibedo enmanue! | (diligent) diligenta; (prudent) prudenta; (solicitous) solicitùdinosa; careless (negligent) neatentionema; necauta; neglectema; carefree sine solicitúdino; sine timo; careworn erosita da solicitúdino
  • careen vt (ship) carin-rèparer || vi (of a ship: tilt) inclinezer; (speed unstably) vacile curer
  • career n (working life) carario; (history) historio || vi (careen) vacile curer
  • caress vt carecier
  • caret n (typ.) insert-signo
  • carex n (bot.: Carex) cáriço
  • cargo n cárico
  • Carib n Caribo; Caribbean Sea Caribiisca Maro
  • caribou n (zool.: Rangifer tarandus) caribúo
  • caricature n caricaturo || vt caricaturizer
  • caries n (med.) cario; to have caries (said of tooth) carier
  • carillon n (collection) campanelado; (tune) campanelad-ario; campanelad-músico
  • cariole n (carriage) cariolo; (dogsled) canin-slito
  • carline thistle n (bot.: Carlina vulgaris) carlino
  • Carmel n (mountain or relig. order) Carmelo; Carmelite Carmelano
  • carmine n carminio
  • carnage n macto; masacro
  • carnal adj carnisca; sensuala || n carnality sensualitio || vt to 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 (bot.: Ceratonia siliqua) [tree] carubífero; [bean] carubo
  • carol n Natal-cantiono || vi Natal-canter
  • carom n (billiards) carambolo || vi (billiards) caramboler
  • carotene n (chem.) caroteno
  • carotid adj (anat.) carótida || n carótido
  • carouse vi cràpuler; trinc-orgier || n carousal crápulo; trinc-orgio
  • carousel n (merry-go-round) caroselo; (hist.: tilting tournament) caroselo
  • carp n (zool.: Cyprinus carpio) carpo || vi to carp about reproçhader; to carp about, at crìticaçhader; discusaçhader
  • carpal adj carpalisca
  • carpel n (bot.) carpelo
  • carpenter n carpentario; (joiner) lignatchisto; carpentry (activity, art) carpentariío; (work made) carpentariìatco || vt carpentariìer
  • carpentum n (hist.) carpento
  • carpet n tapeto; carpet bombing tapet-bombijo || vt tapetizer
  • carpus n carpalo
  • carrion n (bestii-)cadávero
  • carronade n (hist.) caronato
  • carrot n (bot.: Daucus carota subsp. sativus) caroto || adj carroty carotea; (of hair) rufa
  • carry vt (support and move from one place to another) portationer; [bring] adportationer; [disease] portationer; [in a conveyance] vehifer; [in an MMORPG] portationer; [transport] transportationer; (support the weight of) subportationer; suporter; [assume responsibility or blame] accepter; asumpter; [be pregnant with] eser grávida ye; [be responsible for the effectiveness or success of] efectefifer; succesifer; to carry the day triumfer | [financially] sustiner; (extend) [idea, activity] extenser; prolongationer; to carry something too far portationer (aut prender) álico nim fore; (have, offer) haber; tener; to carry weight (have importance) importer | [in magazine, newspaper] èditer; impreser; presentationer; [meaning] implicer; signìficher; [on TV, radio] presentationer; [stock] haber; tener; (math: transfer) trànsferer; transportationer; (pol.) [approve by majority of votes] adopter; àprober; [gain state or district in election] ganier; [persuade to adopt one’s policy] adoptifer; àprobifer; (transmit) [broadcast] haber; presentationer; [disease] portationer; transmiser; [publish] haber; impreser; presentationer; to carry away forportationer; to carry forward (contintue with) continuationer; durationifer; (fin.) trànsferer; transportationer; to carry in enportationer; to carry off forportationer; forprender; (abduct) rapter; (kill) mortifer; (make succeed) succesifer; to carry on (engage in activity) conducter; òcuper si sopre; (keep doing) continuationer; (make last) durationifer; (manage) administrationer; directioner; to carry oneself (behave) comporter; (stand or move in a particular way) autotener; to carry out (effectuate) efectifer; exècuter; facer; (food, trash) ecportationer; to carry over (make remain) restifer; (postpone) postponer; to carry through (accomplish) completioner; finer; (support through difficulty) subportationer || vi (of sound) portationezer; to carry on (be debauched) debauçher; (behave badly) miscomporter; (continue) [keep doing] continuationer; [keep existing] durationer; (make a fuss) parler eccitationite; to carry on with (have an affair with) haber on amor-afaro cum; to carry over (remain) rester || n carriage (means of conveyance) vecturo; [closed, horse-drawn vehicle] caróce(az)o; [horse-drawn vehicle for hire] fiacro; [of gun] afusto; [RR] vagono; (bearing, deportment) autoteno; camin-manario; comporto; vulto; (of typewriter) cariteto; (transportation) transportationo; [cost] transportation-costo; transportation-pretio; carrier (a person or thing that carries) portationanto; portationisto; (a professional conveyance of goods or people) transportationisto; [aircraft carrier] avion-navo; [tele.] operatedoro; (conduit) conductioniclo; (device, substance) [pigment, catalyst, etc] portationiclo; (elec.) portationanta undo; (med., chem., genetics) portationanto; portationedoro; carrier pigeon curarii-piçhono; carrying pole vecto || adj to be carried away (by enthusiasm) nim enthusiasmecer
  • cart n carito; (handcart) cariteto; cartage vehifo; carter caritisto; cartload plen-carito || vt caritijer; to cart off forcaritijer
  • carte n carte blanche blançha carto; blançho; plena lìberitio; plena potentitio; carte de visite (hist.) vísit-carto
  • cartel n cartelo
  • Cartesian adj Cartesiana; Cartesian diver, devil Cartesiana diábolo; Cartesiana plùmbicanto || n Cartesiano
  • Carthage n Carthago
  • carthamin n (chem.) carthamino
  • Carthusian n (monk, nun) Carthusiano || adj Carthusiana
  • cartilage n cartilágino
  • cartographer n cartógrafo; cartography cartògrafío
  • cartomancer n cartómanto; cartomancy cartomantío
  • carton n carton-capso
  • cartoon n (art) burli-designiatco; sátir-designiatco; [animated film] animationita designiatco; [caricature] caricaturo; [comic strip] designiatchi-bendo; [preliminary sketch] carton-schizatco
  • cartouche n cartuçho
  • cartridge n cartoçho; cartridge clip cartoçhuyo
  • cartulary n càrtulado; (person) càrtulisto
  • caruncle n carúnculo
  • carus n (med.) comazo
  • carve vt (hard material) [chisel] ciselijer; [engrave, etch] gravurer; [gems] talier; [sculpt] sculpter; (meat, etc.) dispartifer; dispetiifer; dissecher; to carve to form talier
  • caryatid n (archit.) cariátido
  • cascade n cascato
  • cascara n (bot.: Rhamnus purshiana) cascaralo
  • case n (example, individual matter) caso; exemplo; case study cas-studo; 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; such being the case en tala caso; casebook cas-libro; caseload cas-cárico | (instance, occurrence) caso; evento; eventualo; (jur.) [arguments] argumentado; [basis, grounds] basamento; [lawsuit] proceso; to make a case for argumenter por; facer on argumentado por | (ling., gram.) caso; (container) [box] capso; [cabinet] armario; [chest] cofro; [for something specific] stucio; -uyo; [glass showcase] vitrino; [protective covering] tegiclo; [suitcase] valisio; (typog.) capso; lower case minúsculo; upper case majúsculo || vt to case-harden superficie durifer
  • casein n caseíno
  • casemate n (hist.) casamato
  • casement n (window) cárdin-fenestro; (lit.) fenestro
  • caseous adj càseesca; caseous necrosis (med.) càseesca necrozo
  • casern n caserno
  • cash n (ready money) contanto; cash discount contanta rebasatco; cash flow cash-fluo; cash in hand cashi-stando; encasha sumo; cash register cash-registrijatoro; cash reserve pecunii-reservatco; cashier cashisto; for cash, in cash contante; to be in cash haber pecunio; cashbox casho || vt (convert to cash) contantifer; to cash in (bonds, etc.) pecuniifer; to cashier (dismiss in disgrace) destituter || vi to cash in on exploter; tirer profito ec
  • cashew n (bot.: Anacardium occidentale) [nut] cajú-nuço; [fruit] cajú(-pom)o; [tree] cajùífero
  • cashmere n cashmiro
  • casing n tegiclo; (of window, door) cuadro
  • casino n casino
  • cask n baril(az)o; (tun) tonelo
  • casket n (jewel case) joyeluyo; (small box) cofreto; (coffin) cápulo
  • Caspian Sea adj Caspia Maro || n Caspio
  • cassation n (legal) casationo; (mus.) divertimento; serenato
  • cassava n (bot.: Manihot esculenta) [root] manioco
  • casserole n (food) caserolatco; (saucepan) caserolo || vt caserolijer
  • cassette n caseto
  • cassia n (bot.: Cassia) [fruit] casio; [tree] casiífero
  • cassiterite n (min.) casiterito
  • cassock n sutano
  • cassowary n (zool.: Casuarius) casuario
  • cast vt (throw) jacter; lancer; to cast headlong precìpiter; (direct) to cast a glance jacter on reguardo; to cast down (eyes) abaser | (discard) forjacter; [shed] delacer; to cast aside forjacter; renuntier; to cast off abandoner; delacer; forjacter; (clothes) dejacter; (mistress) delacer; (spouse) rupudier; to cast out ejecter; (let down) to cast anchor àncorijer; jacter la áncoro | (project) [shadow] projectioner; [spell] incanter; to cast doubt on dùbitandifer; poner en dúbito; (register a vote) to cast one’s ballot balotijer; to cast one’s vote votationer | (shape, arrange) [horoscope] càlculer; to cast lots loterìer | [mold] moldijer; [print] stereotipifer; (theat.) [actor] asigner on rolo ad; càstingher; rolizer; [play, movie, role] actorizer; càstingher por; [role] asigner; (twist) [fabric] torcer; to cast something up to (reproach) reproçher álico ad; to cast up (math) sumifer; (reproach) jacter en la facio di álicu || vi to cast about for cercher; consìderer; to cast off (knitting) fin-tricoter; (naut.) delìtorecer; to 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; cast iron ghiso; caster (cruet) condimentuyo; (on furniture) roteto; casting jacto; lanço; (molded object) moldijatco; (of actors) cástingo; casting vote decisiva votationo; castaway naufraghinto
  • castanet n castanieto
  • caste n castio
  • castellan n castel-dómino
  • castellated adj crenelizita
  • castigate vt (punish) puner; (reprimand) reprimendazer
  • castle n castelo; (chess: ♜) turo || vi (chess) adrocher
  • castor n (cruet) condimentuyo; (on furniture) roteto; castor bean (bot.: Ricinus communis) [plant] ricinífero; [seed] ricino; castor oil (from castor bean) ricin-óleo; (hist.: from castor sacs of beaver) castóreo; Castor (astron.) Cástore
  • castrate vt castrer
  • casual adj (informal) neformala; casual relationship neformala relato | [occasional] nerègulasca; sporádica; casual acquaintance simpla cognoçato; casual sex líbera sexío | [offhand] sine consídero; sine penso; (fortuitous) fortúita || n casuals (clothing) neformalatcos; casualty (accident) accidento; (dead) mort(int)o; (loss) perdo; (victim) víctimo; (wounded) vùlnerito
  • casuist n casuisto; casuistry casuismo
  • cat n (zool.: Felis catus) cato; to fight like cats and dogs harmonier cuale catos et caninos; to let the cat out of the bag exposer la secreto; cat-o’-nine-tails (hist.) nonupla flagelo; catcall (disapproving) físcul-buo; (lewd) fìsculuçho; catfish (internet) catfisho; (zool.: Siluriformes; internet) cat-piço; siluro; catfishing (internet) catfishío; catgut catguto; catnap dormeto; catnip, catmint (bot.: Nepeta cataria) cat-hérbulo; cat-mintho || vt to catcall (disapprovingly) físcul-buer; (lewdly) fìsculuçher ad; to catfish (internet) catfishìer || vi to caterwaul cat-ùluler || adj catty despitosa; mal-volitionosa; catlike catesca
  • catachresis n catacreso
  • cataclysm n cataclismo
  • catacomb n catacumbo
  • catafalque n catafalco
  • catalepsy n (med.) catalepsio
  • catalog n catálogo || vt cataloghizer
  • Catalonia n Catalunia; Catalan Cataluniano
  • catalpa n (bot.: Catalpa) catalpo
  • catalysis n catáliso; catalyst catàlisedoro || vt to catalyze catàliser || adj catalytic catàlisisca; catalytic converter catális-convertatoro; catàlisatoro
  • catamaran n catamarano
  • catamite n catamito
  • cataplasm n (med.) cataplasmo
  • catapult n (hist.) catapulto || vt catapultijer
  • cataract n (waterfall) cascatazo; (med.) cataracto
  • catarrh n (path.) cataro
  • catastrophe n catástrofo
  • catatonia n (psych.) catatonio || adj catatonic catatoníaca
  • catch vt (intercept and hold) capter; (capture) arester; capter; haltifer; [fish] pischer; (contact, get a hold of) catch you later! usche rivido!; I can never catch him at home mi jamás succesan contacter ili focare; (disease) captezer per; prendezer per; (grasp) prender; sacer; catch! captes!; to catch the eye capter la atentiono; incontrer la óculo; (hear) auder; [understand] comprenser; (hit) I caught my head on the beam mea cápito colpin si 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] spectationer; vider; (take by surprise) surpriser; to 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) ariver en sufiçanta témporo por; capter (aut aborder, 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; to catch one’s breath cesationer anheler || vi to catch on (become popular) modecer; popularecer; (understand) comprensecer; to catch up with (become up-to-date) riactualizer si; (overtake) cur-atinger || n (seizure) capto; prendo; saço; [fish] pischedo; [snare] capticlo; inganiclo; (hidden disadvantage) trapo; catch-22 trapo 22 | (latch) clinco; (stopping mechanism) freno; haltificlo; catcher (baseball) receptedoro; catchword (catchphrase) populara fraso; répet-fraso || adj catching (med.) contagiema; infectema; catchy fàciniva; ganciijema; to get caught up in (involved in, entangled in) ìmplichecer en; catch-all generala; por omno; catchpenny ingenu-captiva
  • catechism n catechiz-libro; catechesis catechizado || vt to catechize catechizer
  • catechu n (also “cashoo”) cateçhuo
  • catechumen n catecúmeno
  • category n categorío || vt to categorize categorìizer; clasìficher || adj categorical (absolute) absoluta; (unambiguously explicit and direct) clara; (logic, gen.) categorìisca
  • catenary n caten-líneo
  • catenoid n catenoido
  • cater vt (provide food) (mangi-)proviser || vi to cater for (chiefly Brit.) (mangi-)proviser; to cater to (provide with what is needed) server; (try to satisfy need or demand) this magazine caters to tweens ecuista magazino es directionata ad anteadulteçantos || n caterer (mangi-)provisisto
  • caterpillar n (zool., mech.) eruco
  • catharsis n (med., fig.) purgo || adj cathartic purghiva
  • cathedral n cathedralo
  • catheter n (med.) cathétero
  • cathetus n (geom.) catheto
  • cathode n cáthodo
  • catholic adj Cathólica; (universal) universala; (wide-ranging) diversa || n Cathólico; Catholicism Cathòlichismo; catholicity Cathòlichitio; diversitio; universalitio
  • cation n (chem.) cationo
  • catkin n (bot.) amento
  • catoptrics n catóptrico
  • catsup n chéçhupo
  • cattle n bovos; cattle rustler bovi-furtisto; cattle shed bovayo; (bovi-)stábulo
  • catwalk n paserelo
  • Caucasus n (mountains) Cáucaso; Caucasia Càucasia || adj Caucasian (ling.) Càucasiensa; (re Caucasia) Càucasiana; (re Caucasus) Càucasana
  • caucus n (pol.) cauco
  • caudal adj caudesca; caudisca
  • caul n (anat.: greater omentum) omento; (bio.: membrane) cofio; (hist.: headdress) cofio
  • cauldron n calderono
  • cauliflower n (bot.: Brassica oleracea, group Botrytis) caulifloro
  • caulk n calafatatco || vt calafater
  • cause n (that which gives rise to an action, phenomenon, or condition) causo; cause and effect causo et efecto; first cause unésima causo | (affair) afaro; cause célèbre famosa afaro | (jur.) afaro; proceso; (motive) motivo; to show cause exposer la motivo; without cause sine motivo | (origin) orígino; (purpose) objectivo; for a good cause por on bona objectivo; to make common cause with haber comuna objectivo cum | (undertaking) interprenso; causality caus(isch)itio; efectifo; causation efectifo || vt (bring into existence) efectifer; producter; provocationer; (cause to be done) ficer (álico facita da álicu); (cause to do) ficer (álicu facer álico); òbligher || 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 to 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; [prudent] prudenta
  • cavalcade n cabàlicantado
  • cavalier n (archaic: cavalryman) cabalariadano; (archaic: courtly gentleman) galanto; (archaic: escort) acompanianto; (hist.: supporter of Charles I) monarchisto || adj (arrogant) aroganta; superba; (offhand) desdignationosa; indiferenta; sine consídero; sine destrancuilitio
  • cavalry n cabalariado; cavalryman cabalariadano
  • cavatina n (mus.) cavatino
  • cave n caverno; caveman cavernano || vi to cave in colapser; (fig.) cesioner
  • caveat n adverto || vi caveat emptor guardes si la comprunto
  • cavern n caverno || adj cavernous cavernesca
  • caviar n caviaro
  • cavil vi discusaçher; frívole objectioner
  • cavity n cavatco; forámino; (anat., bot.) alvéolo; (tooth decay) cario
  • cavort vi caprioler
  • cavy n (zool.: Cavia) cavio; (zool.: Cavia porcellus) cobayo
  • caw vi gracher
  • cayenne n (also “cayenne pepper”) pàpricatco
  • cease vi cesationer; the work ceased la laboro cesationin; to cease working cesationer laborer || vt cesationer; to cease work cesationifer la laboro || n ceasefire batalii-halto || adj ceaseless sine cesationo
  • cedar n (bot.: Cedrus) cedro
  • cede vt cesioner
  • cedilla n (¸) cedilo
  • cedrate n cedrato
  • cedula n cédulo
  • ceiling n tegmento; (aero.) tegmento
  • celandine n (bot.: Chelidonium majus) celidonio; (bot.: Ficaria verna) ficario
  • celebrate vt (with ceremony) cèlebrer; (with party) fester || n celebrant cèlebranto; celebrity (fame) famo; (famous person) famoso || adj celebrated (famous) famosa
  • celerity n ràpiditio
  • celery n (bot.: Apium graveolens, var. dulce) sélero
  • celestial adj (relating to heaven) Celestiisca; (relating to the sky) celisca
  • celibate adj (chaste) casta; (unmarried) céliba || n celibacy castitio; cèlibitio
  • cell n (bio., gen.) célulo; cell phone célul-teléfono; telefoneto | (elec. battery) pilio; cell block célul-edificio; cèlulado; celluloid celuloido; cellulose cèlulozo || adj cellular cèlulisca; cèlulosa; cellular network célul-reto
  • cellar n celario
  • cello n violoncelo; cellist violoncelisto
  • cellophane n celofano
  • Celt n Celto || adj Celtic (person) Celta; (thing) Celtisca
  • cement n cemento; (concrete) betono; (geo., metall.) cementationo || vt (attach with cement) cementejer; (cover with cement) cementizer; (geo., metall.) cementationer
  • cemetery n cemeterio; tumbayo
  • cenobite n cenobito
  • cenotaph n cenotafio
  • cense vt incensizer || n censer incensiziclo
  • censor n censuristo; (hist.) censoro; censorship censuro || vt (prohibit all or part of a book, movie, etc.) censurer || adj censorious condemnema; crìtichema; 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 duo po cento
  • centaur n (myth.) centauro
  • centaury n (bot.: Centaurea) centáureo
  • centavo n centavo
  • centenarian n centanuo
  • centenary n centésima aniversario
  • centennial n centenario
  • center n (middle) centro; (focus of action or process) centro; center of attention centro di atentiono; center of gravity baricentro; centro di grávito; gráviti-centro | (place for specific activity) centro; health center centro di sanitio; (pol.) centro; centrism centrismo; centrist centristo | (sport) centro; centerfold (poster) centr-afigedo; centerpiece ménsul-ornatco; (fig.) principala atractivo || vt (concentrate) [on or around a concern or theme] concentrer; (put in center) [text] centrifer; to centralize centrischifer || vi concentrezer; converger; gràviter || adj central centr(isc)a; (principal) principala
  • centesimal adj centavisca
  • centiare n (square meter) centiaro
  • centigrade adj centígrada
  • centigram n centígramo
  • centiliter n centílitro
  • centime n céntimo
  • centimeter n centímetro
  • centipede n (zool.: Chilopoda) centi-pedo
  • centrifuge n centrìfugatoro || vt centrìfugher || adj centrifugal centrìfughisca
  • centriliter n centrílitro
  • centripetal adj centrìpetisca
  • centuple adj centupla || vt centuplifer
  • centurion n (hist.) centuriono
  • century n século; (hist.) centurio
  • cep n (bot.: Boletus edulis) nobiliar-boleto
  • cephalic adj càpitisca
  • cephalopod n (zool.) cefalópodo
  • Cepheus n (astron.) Céfeo; Cepheid variable Cèfeido
  • ceramic adj cerámica || n ceramics ceràmichío
  • cerate n (pharm.) cerato
  • cereal n (breakfast food) cerealatco; (grain) cerealo
  • cerebellum n (anat.) cerebelo
  • cerebrum n (anat.) telencéfalo; cerebration cerebrijo || vt to cerebrate cerebrijer || adj cerebral cerebrisca
  • cerecloth n ceri-telo
  • cerement n ceri-telo; (shroud) sudario
  • ceremony n ceremonio; to stand on ceremony facer la ceremonios || adj ceremonial ceremoniisca; ceremonious ceremoniosa
  • cerise adj ceresiea
  • cerium n (chem.: Ce) cerio
  • certain adj (confident) certana; to be certain of eser certana sopre; to become certain certanecer; (known for sure) certa; death is certain morter es certa; to make certain of certifer; (definite but unknown) alicuanta; a certain amount of alicuanta; a certain Mr. Smith called today on Senioro Smith telèfonijin hodie; he commands a certain respect ili inspiran alicuanta respecto; she has a certain something eli haban on particulara álico; to a certain extent alicuante; (definite 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 || adv certainly (assuredly) certane; certe; sine dúbito; ya || n certainty (conviction) certanitio; (sure fact) certo
  • certify vt (attest or confirm in a formal statement) certìficher; [after investigation] constater; (officially recognize as meeting certain qualifications) certìficher; diplomizer; [authorize] yurizer; [declare insane] certìficher cuomo dementa || n certificate atest(atc)o; certífic(atc)o; certificate of birth certífico je naço; certificate of health certífico je salubritio; certificate of marriage certífico je marito | [univ., etc.] diplomo; certification atesto; certífico || adj certifiable (insane) (certìfichébile) dementa; certified certìfichita; (authorized) àprobita; yurizita; (check) certìfichita; (declared insane) certìfichita cuomo dementa; (in profession) diplomizita
  • certitude n certanitio; complete metaphysical certitude absoluta metafìsichisca certanitio
  • cerulean adj azura; cel-blava
  • cerumen n (med.) cerúmino
  • ceruse n (archaic: white lead) ceruso
  • cervix n (anat.: cervix uteri) cerviço (aut colo) di la útero
  • cesarean n cesáreo
  • cessation n (being stopped) cesationifo; (by self) cesationo; halto
  • cession n cesiono; cessionary cesionatario
  • cesspool n (or cesspit) absorbi-púteo; 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.: Cetacea) cetáceo
  • Ceylon n (hist.) Ceilania
  • Chad n Çhadia; Chadian Çhadiano
  • chafe vt (irritate) (fric-)iriter; [fig.] despatientifer; (warm by rubbing) fric-caldifer || vi (irritate) (fric-)iritecer; [fig.] despatientecer || n chafing dish platel-caldificlo
  • chafer n (zool.: Melolontha) melolontho
  • chaff n (husk) fúrfuro; sílicuo; [worthless bits, trash] versuro; (banter) deriseto; joca deriso; (straw used as fodder) fodro
  • chaffer vi (archaic: haggle) mercantejer || n (archaic: haggling) mercantejo
  • chaffinch n (zool.: Fringilla coelebs) pinciono
  • chagrin n çhagrino; much to my chagrin cum mea granda çhagrino || 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 (aut serio) di eventos; chain of stores cateno di bothecos; chain reaction caten-reacto; chain stitch caten-suteto; chain store caten-botheco; chain-smoker (habitual smoker) custumasca fumejedoro; (one who smokes continually) caten-fumejedoro; chainsaw caten-serationatoro || vt catenizer; (link together) catenifer || vi to chain-smoke caten-fumejer
  • chair n (furniture) sedilo; [speaker’s] cáthedro; chairlift telesedilo | (chairperson) presidanto; chairman, chairperson presidanto || vt (preside over) presider
  • chaise n (hist.) calesheto; chaise longue longa sedilo
  • chalaza n (bio.) chalazo
  • chalcedony n (min.) calcedonio
  • Chaldea n (hist.) Cháldea
  • chalet n çhaleto
  • chalice n cáliço
  • chalk n (calcium carbonate) creto; (hydrated calcium sulfate; gypsum) gipso; (for writing) creti-lápido; gipsi-lápido; chalkboard creti-tábulo || vt to chalk something up to (ascribe to) atribuer álico ad || adj chalky creta; cretesca; cretosa
  • challenge n (to competition, fight, etc.) defío; (dispute) contesto; [by sentry] haltejo; [jur.: objection] objectiono; [jur.: recusal] recuso; challenger defìanto; recusanto || vt (to competition, fight, etc.) defìer; (dispute) contester; [by sentry] haltejer; [jur.: object to] objectioner ad; [jur.: recuse] recuser || adj challenged (impaired) difìcilizita; vertically challenged altitie difìcilizita; visually challenged vide difìcilizita; challenging defìanta; provocationiva; (difficult) difícila; (stimulating) stìmulanta
  • chalybeate adj ferosa
  • chamade n (mil.) çhamato
  • chamber n cambro; (of gun) focil-cambreto; chamber music músico di cambro; chamber of commerce cambro di comercio; Chamber of Deputies Cambro di Deputitos; chamber pot nocti-vaso; chambermaid cambrist(is)o
  • chamberlain n (hist.) çhambelano
  • chameleon n (zool.: Chamaeleonidae) cameleono
  • chamfer vt (archit.) çhanfrenizer || n çhanfreno
  • chamfron n (hist.: also chaffron, chamfrein, shaffron, et. al.) càpitaro (di cabalo)
  • chamois n (zool.: Rupicapra rupicapra) camoço
  • chamomile n (bot.: Matricaria chamomilla, Chamaemelum nobile, et al.) camomilo
  • champagne n çhampanio
  • champion n campiono; champion boxer box-campiono; championship (defense of cause) defenso; (position) campionitio || vt campioneser ad; combater por; defenser
  • chance n (fortuitous occurrence) fortúito; by chance fortúite; to leave nothing to chance lacer nulo ad fortúito | (opportunity) oportuno; the chance of a lifetime la oportuno di homuya vivo; to miss one’s chance perder sua oportuno | (probability of success, good or bad) posìbilitio; probàbilitio; he never stood a chance ili habin nula posìbilitio; ili potin facer nulo; I can’t lie to you about your chances, but you have my sympathies mi ne potan mendacier ad vos sopre vostra posìbilitios, mas vos haban mea compasiono; chances are that lo es maxim probábila che; on the off chance that por la eventualo che | (risk) risco; to take a chance èprober la posìbilito; facer on risco; rischer si; I’m not taking any chances mi ne volitionan rischer mi || vt (risk) rischer || vi to chance upon fortúite trover (aut vider, incontrer) || adj (fortuitous) fortúita; (random) aleatoria; chancy (risky) riscosa; (unpredictable) fortùitosa
  • chancel n corayo
  • chancellery n (place) cancelariayo; (rank) cancelariitio
  • 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 (med.) çhancro
  • chandelier n lustro
  • chandler n (hist.: dealer in household items) provisisto; (hist.: maker or seller of candles) candelisto
  • change vt (make different) àlterifer; cambier; [alter character, composition] alterationer; [modify] modìficher; [permute] permuter; [transform] transformifer; the prince was changed into a frog la príncipo esin transformifita ad on rano; (take or use another instead of) àlterifer; cambier; to change clothes cambier sua vestado; to change color cambier sua coloro; to change hands cambier la patrono (aut proprietanto); transdationezer; to change one’s mind cambier sua opino; to change trains cambier traino; prender áltera traino || vi (become different) àlterecer; cambiezer; you haven’t changed a bit! vi tote ne cambiezin! | [in character, composition] alterationezer; (seasons) alterner; (vary) varier || n (alteration) alterationo; cambio; change of life menopauso; for a change por vario | (substitution) cambio; two changes of underwear dua reservedos de subvestos; subvestos por dua cambios | [coins] moneto; changeling substitutionita bebo; changer (money) (moneti-, pecunii-)cambiisto; (tech.) cambiiclo || adj changeable (able to be changed) cambiébila; (inconstant) cambiezema; neconstanta; variema; changeless nevariiva; sine cambio
  • channel n (watercourse, TV channel) canalo; The (English) Channel Mánica Canalo | [strait] mar-stricto; [stream bed] flu-lecto; (groove) [archit.; rifling] canelo; [furrow] sulco; [joinery] ranuro; (of communication) vialo; to go through the usual channels secuer la normasca vialos || vt (canalize) canalifer; (direct) directioner; (groove) [archit.; rifling] canelizer; [furrow] sulchizer; [joinery] ranurizer; (region; spirit) canalizer
  • chanson n cantiono
  • chant vt (plan-)canter
  • chanterelle n (bot.: Cantharellus cibarius) cantharelo
  • chaos n caoso || adj chaotic caososa
  • chap vi (of the lips) findetezer || vt (the lips) findeter || n findetatco; (Brit: man or boy) cherliçho; 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 capeliano; clérico di armato; clérico di guer-navo
  • chaplet n cápiti-ghirlando
  • chapter n (of book) capítulo; (of church) canonicalado; (of society) branchi-societo; filiala societo
  • char vt (blacken the surface of by burning) carbonifeter; [scorch] ardetifer || vi (Brit., dated: work as a cleaning woman) dom-nitifer || n (Brit., dated: cleaning woman) dom-nitifistiso
  • charabancs n (hist.) çharabanco; scamni-vecturo
  • character n (distinctive nature) caráctero; personitio; person of good character persono di bona caráctero (aut rèputezo); this sudden generosity is totally out of character for him ecuista neexpectata generositio es nulo tipasca di ili | [bio.] caráctero; [moral fortitude] èthichisca fortitio; [originality] orìginischitio; [reputation] rèputezo; (person) persono; larger-than-life character personajo; persono plu granda cam lo naturasca; shady characters suspectandos | [interesting or amusing individual] personajo; character actor personaj-actoro | [theat., cine.] persono; main character protagonisto; player character jochisti-persono | [theat., cine.: role] rolo; let’s get into character nos pones nos en la rolo; (typ.) caráctero; character set caràcterado; characteristic caràcterizivo; distinguivo; (bio.) caráctero; (math) característico; characterization caràcterizo; distinguo || vt to characterize caràcterizer; cualìficher; distinguer || adj characteristic (distinguishing) caràcteriziva; distinguiva; (typical) tipasca || adv characteristically caràcterizive; tipasche
  • charade n (absurd pretense) farço; charades (game) çharado
  • charcoal n ligni-carbono; charcoal pencil (art) carbon-lápido; charcoal sketch carbon-designiatco
  • chard n (bot.: Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris) folii-beto; (bot.: Cynara cardunculus) carduo
  • charge vt (fin.) [ask for sum] èxiger; facturizer; [buy on credit] crédite comprer; dèbitifer; [debit account, person] dèbitizer; [debit sum, item purchased] dèbitifer; [make pay] paghifer; (assault) asalter; (entrust) comisioner; (jur.) [accuse] acuser; [impute] ìmputer; (load, fill) [battery, gun, etc.] càrichizer || n (fin.) [cost] costo; pretio; [debit] débito; cash or charge? contante aut crédite?; free of charge gratúita; sine pago | (assault) asalto; to sound the charge sonifer por asalto | (burden) cárico; ónero; (elec.) cárico; (entrustment) comisiono; (jur.) [accusation] acuso; [imputation] ímputo; (responsibility) responso; [person entrusted to one’s care] guardato; tutelato; to be in charge directioner; guarder; guberner; mandationer | (shot) cartoçho; disparedo; charger (device) [elec.] càrichiziclo; (person) asaltanto; (hist.) [fast warhorse] cursorio || adj chargeable (fin.) [person, account] dèbitizébila; [sum] dèbitifébila; (jur.) [offense] ìmputébila; [person] acusébila
  • chargé d’ affaires n càrichizito per afaros
  • charily adv caute; prudente
  • chariot n guer-caróceo; charioteer guer-caròceisto
  • charisma n carismo || adj charismatic carismosa
  • charity n (alms) elemósino; (benevolence) bon-facemitio; bon-volitiono; caritato; (leniency) clementitio; indulgemitio; (organization) bon-facerío; elemòsinerío || adj charitable elemòsinizema; elemòsinosa; (benevolent) bon-facema; caritatosa; (lenient) clementa; indulgema
  • charlatan n çharlatano
  • charlock n (bot.: Sinapis arvensis) silvaja mustardo; sinapo
  • charlotte n (culin.) çharloto
  • charm n (delightfulness) cármino; to turn on the charm càrminecer; (pleasantness) agratàbilitio; (attractiveness) atractivitio; (fascination) fácino; (magic) [amulet] amuleto; [bewitchment] incanto; [enchanted item] incanticlo; [talisman] talismano; (ornament for necklace, bracelet, etc.) breloco; charms (feminine) seducticlos; (pleasant side) agratàbilatcos || vt (delight) càrminer; (be pleasant to) eser agratábila ad; (bewitch) incanter; (fascinate) fàciner || adj charming càrminanta; càrminiva; fàciniva; seductiva
  • charnel house n osteayo
  • chart n (sheet of information) [diagram] diagramo; schemo; [graph] infográfico; [table] tabelo; the charts (mus.) la (mùsichisca) succes-listo; (map) (mar-)mapo || vt (plot) [course] tractier || vi (enter the music charts at a particular position) eser en la succes-listo
  • charter n (authorization) cártulo || vt (grant a charter to) càrtulizer; (reserve, hire) cártul-locationer
  • chartreuse n (color) Carthusianeo; (liqueur) Carthusiana licuoro
  • chary adj (wary) cauta; (sparing) sparniema
  • chase vt persecuter; (hunt) cacier; (engrave metal) gravurer; to chase away forpulser || n chaser (drink) post-trinchedo
  • chasm n abiso
  • chassis n çhasio
  • chaste adj casta || n chastity castitio
  • chasten vt (humble) hùmilifer; (archaic: punish) puner
  • chastise vt (rebuke) reprimender; (dated: punish) pun-batuer
  • chasuble n cásulo
  • chat vi convers(et)er || n (conversation) convers(et)o; (discussion) discuso; chat room conversayo || adj chatty convers(et)ema
  • châtelain n castel-dómino
  • chattel n (movébila) posesedo
  • chatter vi (people, animals, or machines) gàruler; (teeth) clacader || n gárulo; (of teeth) clacado; chatterbox gàrulemo
  • chauffeur n çhauforo
  • chauvinism n Çhauvinismo; chauvinist Çhauvinisto
  • cheap adj (inexpensive) necostosa; (contemptible) desèstimébila; (of little worth) bas-valoranta || n cheapskate (informal) avaro || vt to cheapen (make inexpensive) ficer necostosa; (debase) desnòbilifer
  • cheat vi (in exam, test) frauder || vt (deceive) inganer; (defraud) frauder || n (person) fraudemo; [scoundrel] pícaro; (act) ingano; cheat sheet abscondita adjuticlo
  • check vt (control by examining) controler; [informal: look at] reguarder; (consign) [coat] depòsiter; [luggage] enregistrifer; (curb, restrain) bridijer; frenijer; haltifer; mòderer; (in chess) shacher; to checkmate shac-mater | (mark or click on) control-marchizer; to check in (at hotel, etc.) registrijer; to check off control-marchizer; to check on (examine, verify) controler; verìficher; (investigate) invèstigher; to check out (look at) reguarder; check out the big brain on Brett! reguardes la granda cerebro di Brett! | [examine] exàminer; [investigate] invèstigher; (purchases) [cashier] (cash-)registrijer; [customer] pagher; to check up on (investigate) invèstigher; (person, story) controler || vi to check in (at hotel, etc.) registrijezer; to check out (agree) [stories, alibis] concorder; (from hotel, etc.) pagher et departurer || n (examination, verification) controlo; checks and balances controlos et contre-pesatcos; checkpoint control-punto | (bank) çheco; checkbook çhecado; çhechi-cuaderno | (curbing, restraint) bridijo; frenijo; haltifo; módero; in check bridijita | (in chess) shaco; checkmate shac-mato | (square) cuadrato; check mark control-marco; checker (cashier) (cash-)registristo; (verifier) controliclo; controlisto; checkers (game) dòminisos; checking (examination, verification) controlo; checking account çhechi-conto; checklist control-listo; checkout (in supermarket) (cash-)registrijatoro; checkout girl (cash-)registristiso; checkroom depòsitayo di bagajo; enscribayo di bagajo; checkup controlo; (by doctor) exámino || adj checkered cuadratizita; shac-tàbulesca
  • cheek n (anat.) genalo; to turn the other cheek òferer la áltera genalo | (informal: gluteus) nático; cheekbone zigomo | (informal: impertinence) impertinentitio || adj cheeky (impertinent) impertinenta
  • cheep n pipio || vi pipier
  • cheer vi (shout in joy or praise or encouragement) hurá-clamer; to cheer up (become less miserable) consolezer || vt (acclaim) aclamer; viv-clamer; (encourage) coragizer; (as a cheerleader) çherer; to cheer up (console) consoler; (gladden) alecrifer || n (mood) be of good cheer! corajo!; (eses) alecra! | [cheerfulness] alecritio; (shout) hurá-clamo; viv-clamo; [acclaim] aclamo; cheers! (ad vua) sanitio! || adj cheerful, cheery alecra; cheerless sombra; trista
  • cheese n (culin.) cáseo; say cheese! (phot.) surises! | (informal: obvious sentimentality) sentimentemaçhitio; cheeseburger hamburghero cum cáseo; cheesecake (culin.) cáse-cuco; (phot.) glamor-fotògrafío || adj cheesy (in taste, smell, consistency) càseesca; (informal) [exaggerated] exàgerita; [overdramatic, insincere] nim-dramosa; [poor quality] bas-valoranta; mala; [sentimental] sentimentemaçha; [trite] cliçhea; comunaçha; triviala
  • cheetah n (zool.: Acinonyx jubatus) ghepardo
  • chef n (head cook) çef-cocinisto
  • chemical adj chimiisca || n chimiatco
  • chemist n chimiisto; (Brit.: pharmacist) fàrmachisto; chemistry (sci.) chimio
  • cheque n Brit. spelling of “check”
  • cherish vt (protect and care for lovingly) atenter; flegher; protecter; (hold dear) [hope] nutrer; sustiner; [memory] conserver; [person] afectioner; amer; apreti(az)er
  • cheroot n çheruto
  • cherry n (bot.: Prunus) ceresio; cherry tree ceresiífero | (vulg.: hymen) floro; to pop someone’s cherry desflorizer (aut desvirginifer) álicu || vt to cherry-pick selecter
  • cherub n (myth.) chérubo
  • chervil n (bot.: Anthriscus cerefolium) cerefolio
  • chess n shac-joco; shacos; to play chess shac-jocher; chessboard shac-tábulo; chessman shac-petio
  • chest n (anat.) péctoro; (box) cofro; [cabinet] medicine chest fármac-armario; chest of drawers tir-cofrado
  • chesterfield n (sofa) sofó
  • chestnut n (bot.: Castanea) castáneo; chestnut tree castàniífero; sweet chestnut (bot.: Castanea sativa) marono || adj castáne-bruna; castàneea
  • chevron n (typ., mil., heraldry) àngulífera paréntheso
  • chew vt màsticher; (ruminate) ruminationer || n (for dogs) mástichi-jochiclo; chewing gum mástichi-gumo
  • chiaroscuro n (art) clar-obscuro
  • chic adj modasca; shica
  • chicane n (racing obstacle) obstáculo; (archaic: chicanery) çhicano; chicanery çhicano || vt (archaic: trick) çhicaner || vi (archaic: employ chicanery) çhicaner
  • Chicano n Méxican-Usoniano
  • chichi adj shicaçha
  • chick n (baby bird) aucelolo; [baby chicken] pulolo; (informal: woman) cherliso; chickweed (bot.: Stellaria) stelario; (bot.: Stellaria media) pul-herbaçho
  • chickadee n (zool.: Poecile) mesengo
  • chicken n (zool.: Gallus gallus domesticus) pulo; [as food] pul-carno; [hen] puliso; [rooster] puliçho; (informal: coward) codardo; chickenpox (pathol.) varicelo || adj (informal: cowardly) codarda
  • chickpea n (bot.: Cicer arietinum) cícero
  • chicory n (bot. Cichorium intybus) cicorio
  • chide vt reprimender
  • chief n (leader) çhefo; chieftain (clan-)çhefo; (trib-)çhefo || adj (in rank) çhefa; chief justice çhefa júdiço | (principal) principala || adv chiefly (principally) principale || afx -in-chief çhef-; çhefa; commander-in-chief çhef-comandanto
  • chiffchaff n (zool.: Phylloscopus collybita) çhifçhafo
  • chiffon n çhifono
  • chignon n çhiniono
  • chigoe n (zool.: Tunga penetrans) çhico
  • child n (minor) puero; minoreno; [1. baby] bebo; infanto; puereto; [2. preadolescent] ante-adulteçanto; puerazo; [3. adolescent] adulteçanto; (fig.) puerazo; child abuse mal-tracto je puero; child care atento je puero; child labor puer-laboro; children’s ball puer-balo; childhood pueritio | (offspring) filio; with child grávida; child-in-law afina filio; gendro; childbirth parturo; children (minors) pueros; (offspring) filios || adj childish pueresca; childless sine filio; childbearing fértila; childproof èprobita contre pueros
  • Chile n Çhilia; Chilean Çhiliano
  • chili n (chili pepper) páprico; chili con carne pàpricatco cum carno
  • chill n (coldness) frìgiditio; (pathol.) catareto; chilblains (med.) perniono || vt frìgidifer; (refrigerate) refrìgerer; to chill out (calm down and relax) trancuilifer || vi to chill (out) (calm down and relax) trancuilecer; (pass time without particular aim) pasifer la témporo; Netflix and chill? (euph.) Netflix et rilaxecer? || adj chilly frígida
  • chime n (bell or set of bells) campanel(ad)o; (sound) son(if)o || vi soner; to chime in interponer
  • chimera n (myth.) chimero
  • chimney n fum-túbulo; chimneysweep fum-tùbulisto
  • chimpanzee n (zool.: Pan) çhimpanzeo
  • chin n (anat.) mentono
  • China n Çhinia; Chinese Çhiniano || adj Chinese aster (bot.: Callistephus chinensis) Çhiniana astero
  • chinchilla n (zool: Chinchilla) çhinçhilo
  • chine n spinalatco; (Brit.: ravine) ravino
  • chink n (crack) findatco; (sound) clangheto || vi (metal) clangheter
  • chintz n çhinço
  • chip n (fragment) fragmento; chipboard aglòmerita ligno | (hole or mark) breçheto; (comput.) ìntegrifita circúito (aut i.c.); (culin.: French fry) frictatco; frictita patato; (culin.: potato chip) çhipo
  • chipmunk n (zool.: Tamias) tamio
  • chirp vi pipier || n pipio
  • chisel n ciselo || vt ciselijer
  • chital n (zool.: Axis axis) çhitalo
  • chivalry n cabalariío
  • chives n cepuleto
  • chloride n (chem.) 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 vi màsticazer
  • 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
  • chromate n (chem.) cromato
  • chromatic adj cromática
  • chromatograph n cromatógrafo; chromatography cromatògrafío
  • 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
  • cinder n (ash) cínero; cinder block beton-bloco; (embers) braso
  • Cinderella n Cineréntula
  • cinema n (art) cinémato; (movie theater) cínemo
  • cinematography n cinematògrafío; 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
  • cisco n (zool.: Coregonus) corégono
  • cistern n cisterno
  • citadel n citadelo
  • cite vt citer
  • citizen n civo; (of a particular city) civitatano; citizenship civitio
  • citrate n citrato
  • citron n (bot.: Citrus medica) citrono
  • citrus n (bot.: Citrus) 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) èxiger; (demand back) revindicter; (register complaint regarding loss, etc.) reclamationer || n claimant reclamationanto
  • clam n pelórido
  • clan n clano; (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-camarato; scol-camarato || vt to classify clasìficher; cualìficher || adj classic(al) clásica; classy unésim-clasa
  • clause n (gram.) propositiono
  • claw n ungulazo
  • claxon n (auto, etc.) claxono
  • clay n argilo
  • clean adj (free from dirt, marks, or stains) nita; (neat, tidy) neta; Drop the “The”. Just “Facebook”. It’s cleaner. Forifes la “The”. Mere “Facebook”. Lo es plu neta. || n cleanliness nititio || vt nitifer; (wound) absterser
  • clear adj brilanta; clara || vt (a check) accepter; to clear one’s throat clarifer sua voço
  • cleave vt finder || n cleavage (anat.) intermama sulco; intermamo
  • clergyman n clérico
  • cleric n clérico
  • cleristory n (or “clearstory”) claristorio
  • clerk n comiso
  • clever adj hábila; ingeniema || n cleverness ingeniemitio
  • cliché n cliçheo
  • click vi clacheter; to 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 clìnichisca
  • 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 (cum álicu private)
  • clot n grumo
  • cloth n (any woven fabric) stofo; (for spec. purpose) tuco; clothes vestado; clothes brush vesti-brucio; clothes hamper lavenduyo; clothespin vestoclipo || vt to clothe vestizer
  • cloud n nubo
  • clover n trifolio
  • clown n clauno
  • cloy vt (pall, jade) blaser; (sicken through excess) blas-nàuseifer
  • 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 coàguler || n coagulum coàgulatco
  • coal n carbono; coal tar carbon-catrano
  • coast n ripo
  • coat n (long outdoor garment) mantelo; frock coat surtuto; morning coat jaco; (anat.) túnico; (animal) pelto; pilado; (covering) còpertatco; (layer) strato
  • cobalt n (chem.: Co) cobalto
  • cobbler n calcèol-rèparisto
  • cobra n (zool.: Naja, Ophiophagus hannah, Hemachatus haemachatus) cobro
  • cocaine n cocaíno
  • cochlea n cócleo
  • cock n puliçho; (vulg.) ménculo; [metaph.] virgo || vt tender || adj cock-eyed straba
  • cockchafer n (zool.: Melolontha) melolontho
  • cockpit n pilot-cabino; pilotayo
  • cockroach n (zool.: Blattodea) blato
  • cocktail n cóctelo
  • cocoa n cacao; (hot chocolate) calda çhocolato
  • coconut n coco
  • cod n (zool.: Gadus) 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; coffee table cafe-ménsulo
  • 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
  • cola n (bot.: Cola; also “kola”) cola-nucífero; cola nut cola-nuço
  • colander n colatoro; tamiso
  • cold adj frígida; (very) frìgidaza; cold-blooded sine compasiono || n catareto; frìgiditio; (tech) frígoro; to catch a cold captezer per on catareto; to give a cold dationer on catareto (ad álicu)
  • colic n cólico
  • collagen n (biochem.) colágeno
  • collapse vi colapser; (fold) plichezer || adj collapsible plichébila
  • collar n (of a dog) colaro; (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 (med.) 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; internal combustion engine motoro di interna combusto
  • come vi vener; come in! entres!; to come about eventer; to come back rivener; to 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 (person) confortosa; (thing) confortiziva
  • 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 n comento; “no comment” “nula comento” || vi to comment on comenter
  • commerce n comercio
  • commission vt comisioner || n comisiono; (money paid for commercial agency) (comision-)pocentatco; commissioner comisionito; pay on commission pagher pocentatche
  • 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 comùnicher
  • community n (being in common) comunitio; (group of people with common traits, interests, profession, etc.) comunitato
  • commute vt (reduce a sentence) comuter; to commutate comutationer
  • Comoros n Comoria; Comoran Comoriano
  • compact adj compacta
  • companion n companiono
  • company n companío
  • compare vt còmparer || 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 còngruanta || n compatibility cóngruo
  • compel vt coacter; òbligher; (by physical power) fortijer
  • compensate vt (recompense, indemnify) indemnizer; to 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 còmplichita; complexa
  • complexion n carnationo
  • complicate vt còmplicher || adj complicated còmplichita
  • 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 càlculer; còmputer || n computer còmputatoro
  • comrade n camarato
  • concave adj cóncava
  • conceal vt absconder
  • concede vt (a point in an argument) conceser; (grant) conceser
  • conceive vt (child) conceptioner; (idea) concepter; to misconceive miscomprenser || vi (child) gràvidecer
  • concentrate vt concentrer || vi (focus one’s attention) concentrezer sur
  • concentric adj concéntrica
  • concept n conceptatco || vt to 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) ìnferer; (settle) concluser; (terminate) concluser; finer || n conclusion in conclusion concluse | (end) concluso; (final decision) finisca deciso; (inference) ínfero || adj conclusive (convincing) probanta
  • concordat n concordato
  • concrete adj (material) betona; (number, term) concreta || n reinforced concrete armaturizita betono
  • concur vi acorder
  • condemn vt condemner
  • condense vt condenser
  • 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 confèderifer; fèderifer || n confederation confédero || adj confederal confèderisca
  • confer vi (have discussions) conferentier || vt (give formally) cònferer
  • confess vt confeser
  • confetti n confeto
  • confide vt confider; (have confidence in) fider || n confidant confidatario; confidence (secret) confidentiedo
  • confident adj autofidanta; certana; fidanta si
  • 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) desòrdiner; (make confused) confuser; (mix up) intermixturer; (one thing with another) confuser || adj confused (mental and physical) confusita
  • congenital adj denaça
  • Congo n Congo; Congolese Congano
  • congratulate vt congràtuler
  • congress n congreso
  • conjugate vt cònjugher
  • 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 acordo
  • consent vt consenser
  • consequence n consecuatco
  • conserve vt conserver || n conservation ecòloghismo
  • consider vt consìderer
  • considering adv consìderante
  • 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) cònsulitio; (place) cònsulayo
  • 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 contàminer
  • 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) còmoditio; (thing) cómodo
  • convention n (agreement) conventiono; (assembly) asemblo; cumveno
  • converge vi converger
  • converse vi converser || n conversation converso
  • convert vt converter || n convertible (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 frígida; (coolish) frìgideta; (aloof) [distant] apartema; [indifferent] indiferenta; (calm) calma; trancuila; [coolheaded] aplomba; (informal: acceptable) acceptébila; (informal: comfortable with ordinarily upsetting circumstances) confortosa; [at peace] Are we cool? Escue nos paçan? | [empathetic] émpatha; [trustable] fidébila; Don’t worry, he’s cool Trancuila, li es fidébila; (informal: fashionably attractive or impressive) secuno-moda; (informal: good, excellent) bon(az)a; Cool story, bro! (sarcastic) Bona raconto, germano! | [impressive] imponanta; impresioniva; [ingenious] ingeniita; [interesting] interesanta; cooling frìgidifanta; (refreshing) rifreschifanta; (refrigerating) refrìgeriva; (tech.) frìgoriziva || n cooler frìgiduyo; coolness (of person) [calmness] calmitio; trancuilitio; [self-assurance] aplombo; (temperature) frìgid(et)itio || vt (plu-)frìgid(et)ifer; (tech.) frìgorizer; to cool down (fig.) calmifer; trancuilifer; [tone down] mòderer || vi (plu-)frìgid(et)ecer; to cool down (fig.) calmecer; trancuilecer
  • cooperative n (organization) cooperativo
  • coordinate vt coòrdiner; (geom.) coòrdinito
  • copernicium n (chem.: Cn) copernicio
  • copper n (chem.: Cu) cupro
  • copra n copro
  • copse n boschetido
  • copula n cópulo || adj copulative cópula
  • copulate vi (humans) coiter; (non-humans) 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) enàngulifer
  • cornflower n cianelo
  • cornucopia n cornucopio
  • corporal n (mil.) caporalo
  • corporation n corporationo
  • corporeal adj (concerning the body) còrporisca; (having a body) còrporífera; (material) materia
  • corpse n cadávero
  • corpulent adj corpulenta
  • corral n curalo
  • correct adj (free from error; right) corecta; sine eroro; politically correct polìtichische 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 (cum); (by letters) coresponder (cum); (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 (biochem.) cortisono
  • cosmetic adj cosmètichisca
  • 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 munìcipii-conselo
  • counsel n (adviser) consilianto; consiliisto; (lawyer) avocato
  • count vt (determine amount by counting) conter; (determine amount by mathematics) càlculer; (consider) consìderer; (include) conter; encàlculer || vi (be significant) importer; (be valid) eser válida; to count against desserver; to count on (rely on) fider ad || n conto; (result) càlculatco; cálculo; (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
  • counterfeit vt contrafacter || adj contrafactita
  • 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 còperticlo || vt còperter; (as for protection) tegiclo
  • cow n bovo; (female) boviso
  • coward n codardo; cowardice codarditio
  • cower vi caurer pavorante
  • cowl n caputio
  • coyote n (zool.: Canis latrans) coyoto
  • crab n (zool.: Brachyura) cancro || adj crab apple (bot.: Malus (not domestica)) silvaja pomo; crabby acri-humor(ífer)a
  • crack vi (break open suddenly) creper; (make a crunching, breaking noise) cracher; (make a sudden sharp or explosive sound) clacher; (on surface only) findetezer || vt (cause to make a sudden sharp or explosive sound) to 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
  • crap n merdo; crapware merdwaro || vi cacher; merdefer
  • crash vi (collide) colisioner; (comp.; fin.) colapser; crasher; (have accident) crasher
  • crawl vi repter; to 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 rèputezo; (trust) fido; credit account crédit-conto; credit card crédit-carto; credit entry crèditatco; do credit to honorizer; give credit to crèditizer; 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 to creep out horipiler || n Virginia creeper vìrginvito || 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 crìministo || adj criminal crìminosa; (crooked) crìminasca; (re law, court, etc.) crìminisca
  • cripple vt estropier
  • crisis n criso
  • crisp adj (firm, dry, and brittle) crachema
  • criterion n criterio
  • criticize vt crìticher
  • croak vi (frog) coaxer; (crow) gracher
  • Croatia n Croatia; Croat Croato
  • crockery n vacelo
  • crocodile n crocodilo
  • crocus n (bot.: Crocus) croco
  • crop n mesionatco; crop top curta camisio
  • cross n cruço; crossbow balisteto; crossover (auto.) crosóvero; crossroads vialcruço; crosswalk transvadayo || vt (arms) crucejer; (street) transvader; to cross-dress transvestizer || adj cross-eyed straba
  • crouch vi caurer; hocher
  • croupe n (zool., anat.) cropo
  • 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 règulijiclo 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 (min.) criolitho
  • crystal n cristalo
  • Cuba n Cuba; Cuban Cubano
  • cube n cubo
  • cuckoo n cuculo
  • cucumber n cucúmero
  • cuff n carpalumo
  • culminate vi cùlminer || n culmination cùlminatco; cúlmino
  • culprit n culpífero
  • cult n culto
  • culture n culturo
  • cumulus n cúmulo
  • cunning adj astuta || n astutitio
  • cunt n (vulg.) cuno
  • 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 bùculosa; (frizzy) crispa
  • currant n (bot.: Ribes) groselo; ribo
  • current n fluo; (Elec.) curento || adj (of the present) actuala
  • curricle n (hist.) curiclo
  • curry n (dish) cariatco; (sauce) cario
  • curse vt maledicter
  • cursive adj cursiva
  • 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; to cut off desecher || n (incision) secatco
  • cute adj (delightfully pretty or dainty) belucia; carina; (not conventionally beautiful, but still attractive) beleta
  • cuticle n (bot., zool.) cutículo
  • cuttlefish n sepio
  • cyan adj ciánea || afx cyan- (tech.) cian-
  • cyanide n (chem.) cianuro
  • cybernetics n cibernético
  • cyberspace n ciberspatio
  • cycle n ciclo
  • cyclone n ciclono
  • cyclotron n ciclotrono
  • cylinder n cilindro
  • cynic n cínico
  • cyperus n (bot.: Cyperus) cípero
  • Cypress n Cipro; (bot.: Cupressus) cipreso; Cyprian Ciprano
  • cyst n cisto
  • cytokine n (physiol.) 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; daily bread cascun-diisca, omni-diisca, diala pano || adv an omna dio; diale
  • dairy n lacterío; lacti-vendayo
  • dam n dico
  • damage vt (harm) nocer; (spoil, ruin, break) damner; (vehicle or cargo) avarìer || n damnatco; (cause material or moral loss) detrimenter
  • damn vt (relig.: condemn to hell) damnationer; (curse) maledicter || adj damned (gen.) maledictita; (relig.) damnationita; damn(ed) (emphatic) demonesca; diàbolesca; maledictita; damn fine cup of coffee! maledictite (aut diàbolesche, demonesche) bona taso de cafeo! || inter damn (it)! ad la diábolo cum lo!; la diábolo prendes lo!; maledictita eses lo!
  • damp adj hùmideta
  • 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 perìculosa
  • Danube n Danubio
  • Daodejing n Daodejing
  • Dardanelles n Dardanelos
  • dare vt audacier; (challenge) defìer || n (challenge) defío
  • dark adj (having little or no light) obscura; [pitch-black] tènebrosa; (mysterious) misteriosa; (obscure) obscura; (of color) fusca; dark blue fuschi-blava || 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; donati-banco
  • date n dato; [appointment] apuntamento; [romantic] rendezvoso; (bot.: Phoenix dactylifera) [fruit] dátilo; [tree] dàtilífero; out of date (clothes) ecmoda; (ideas) anticuecinta; arcaica; (no longer valid) exválida; (software) obsoleta; to date usche nun; up to date (fashionable) secuno la modo; (incorporating latest info, etc.) uschenuna; (modern) moderna || vt to date a fossil datizer on fósilo; who wants to date a millionaire? cuu desíderan rendezvosader on milionígero?; to update (give current news) actualizer; (modernize) actualifer
  • 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; the day before yesterday ante-here; (opp. to night) jurno; good day! bona jurno!; the other day la áltera dio; day-tripper excursionisto || vi to 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 to 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 agonìer; deathbed morti-lecto
  • debate vt debater
  • debauch vt (entice to sensual excess) debauçhifer || vi (indulge in excessive food and/or drink) cràpuler; (indulge in sensual excess) debauçher || n debauchery debauçho; live in gross debauchery cràpuler
  • debit n débito
  • debrief vt postconsulter
  • debt n debitionedo; debitiono
  • debut vi debuter
  • decade n anu-deço
  • decadent adj decadentianta
  • decaffeinate vt descafeìnizer
  • decalcomania n decalcomanío
  • decay vi (become decadent) decadentier; (decompose) descomposezer; (lessen) amortezer; (radioactive nucleus) disìntegrecer; (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
  • décolletage n decoletatco
  • decorate vt (decor) decorationer
  • decree vt decreter || n decreto
  • dedicate vt dèdicher
  • 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 defìer; (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 consìderita; 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 èxiger; (request) demander; (something owed) reclamationer
  • demeanor n comporto
  • demented adj dementa
  • demijohn n damijano
  • demography n demògrafío; demographer demógrafo
  • demon n demono
  • demonstrate vt demonstrationer || adj demonstrative (gram.) demonstrationiva
  • denigrate vt denigrationer
  • Denmark n Dania
  • denominator n denominatoro
  • denote vt (indicate) ìndicher
  • denounce vt denuntier
  • dense adj densa
  • dentate adj dentosa
  • dentist n dentisto
  • deny vt (declare untrue) negher; (falsely disown) rènegher; (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.) depòsiter
  • deprave vt (morally debase) depraver; perversifer
  • depress vt depresioner
  • deprive vt privationer || adj deprived privationita
  • depth n profunditio
  • depute vt dèputer || n deputy dèputito
  • 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 mèriter || adj deserving mèritata
  • design vt desinier || n desiniatco
  • designate vt designationer; (for a post) nominationer; (give a name to) nòminizer; (indicate) ìndicher
  • desinence n (gram.) desinentio
  • desire vt desìderer
  • desk n scrib-ménsulo; scriptorio
  • desolate adj desolationita || n desolation desolation(ez)o || 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.: warhorse) dextrario
  • destroy vt destructer
  • destruction n destructatco
  • detach vt (from something else) sèparer; (put apart) apartifer; (remove) deprender; (untie) desligher || n detachment (milit) destacamento; (separation) apartifo; apartitio; desligo; sèparezo; séparo || adj detached aparta; ìsolita; sèparita
  • detail n (a particular) detalio; attentive to details detaliema || vt (give details of) detalier || adj detailed detaliita || adv in detail detalie
  • detain vt (keep from leaving) ritener
  • detergent n detergento; lavi-púlvero
  • determine vt (fix, establish) determinationer
  • detonate vi detonationer || n detonator detonationificlo
  • deuce n diábolo
  • deuterium n (chem.: D) 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 roro
  • dexterous adj ágila
  • diagonal adj diagonala
  • diagram n diagramo; mapo
  • dial n disco
  • dialect n dialecto
  • dialog n diálogo || vi diàlogher
  • 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 dìferer || vt to differentiate diferentier; dìferifer || n difference dífero; make no difference neimporter || adj different (in kind) dìferanta; (various) diversa
  • difficult adj desfácila; difícila || n difficulty dificilitio; difícilo
  • dig vt (break up, as with a hoe) sàrculijer; (coal, gold, etc.) extracter; (hole, well, trench, etc.) èxcaver; (till) cultiver; dig in (entrench oneself) entrinçhifer si; to dig in (nails) enpulser; (use up) consumer; to dig up, out (buried object) ecterifer || vi èxcaver; dig in! mangeces!; to dig for gold èxcaver cercante auro
  • digest vt digester || n digestion digesto
  • 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 (paleo.) dinosauro
  • diode n (electron.) diodo
  • dioxide n (chem.) dióxido
  • dioxin n (chem.) dioxino
  • dip vt mergeter; (submerge) merger || n dipper (zool.: Cinclus) cinclo
  • diphthong n difthongo
  • diploid adj diploida
  • diploma n diplomo
  • diplomacy n diplòmatío
  • diplomat n diplómato
  • diplomatics n (science of ancient writings) diplomático
  • dire adj (terrible) teroriva; [event, consequences, results] grava; urjanta; [poverty] extrema; [presaging disaster] alarmanta; mal-àuguría; ominosa; sinistra; [situation] dessperifiva; [taxonomy] dira; [fantasy] (gigantic and savage) dira
  • 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 be 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 descòperter || n discovery descòpertito; (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
  • dishonor n (state of shame or disgrace) deshonoro || vt (shame or disgrace) deshonorizer; (fail to observe or respect) [an agreement or principle] falter ad; necompletioner; (refuse to accept or pay) neaccepter; refuser (pagher)
  • 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) forinvìer; (thoughts, etc.) ecmentifer
  • disobey vt desobeder
  • disparagement afx -açh-
  • dispense vt disdationer; distributer; (grant exemption to) exempter || vi to dispense with (get by without) paser de; (grant exemption from) exempter de
  • disperse vt disperser
  • display vt (exhibit) expositioner; (manifest, make visible) manifester; [on a computer screen] vidèbilifer; (show) monstrer || n (spectacle) spectáculo; display case vitrino; display window monstri-fenestro
  • displease vt desplacer ad
  • dispose vt to dispose of disposer || afx disposition -em-
  • dispossess vt desposesifer
  • dispute vt contester; dìsputer
  • dissect vt dissectionizer
  • disseminate vt dissèminejer
  • dissertate vi diserter
  • dissipate vt (be lavish of) pròdigher; (disperse) disperser; (squander) dìsiper || 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 dìferentier; dìferifer; (discriminate) dicerner; (make distinct) distinguer || adj distinguished distinguita; eminenta
  • distort vt (shape) deformifer; (sound, image) distortioner
  • 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 incòmoder; (trouble) perturbationer; (water) àgiter || adj disturbed destrancuila
  • ditch n fosato
  • divan n divano
  • dive vi plùmbicher || n (shady bar) trincherìuçho
  • diverge vi diverger
  • divert vt distracter
  • divertimento n divertimento
  • divide vt diviser
  • divine vt divinationer
  • divorce vi divortier (de) || n divortio
  • dizzy adj vertìginosa
  • Djibouti n Jibuto; Djizoutian Jibutano
  • djinn n jino
  • do vt (execute, perform) exècuter; facer; do nothing of the sort certe ne faces lo; there is much to do ci es multo facenda; to do again rìfacer; to do no work on Monday ne laborer an Lundio; what do you do? cuala laboro vi façan? | [produce] facer; to do bad mal-facer; to do good bon-facer; (achieve) facer; [finish] finer; [move at certain speed] vader ye; I’m doin’ 100 on the highway mi vadan ye 100 sur la vialazo | [travel distance] vader (on disto) || vi (act, progress, or result in a specified way) facer; do as you please faces secuno vua volitiono; to do by (dated: treat) tracter; to do with (use) ùtilifer; to do without something facer sine álico | [fare] stander; how do you do? cuale vi standan?; (be suitable or acceptable) convener; suficer; that will never do ecuilo tote ne sufiçun; will that do? nulo pluse?; to do away with (abolish) aboler; (get rid of) elìminer; supreser; (kill) elìminer; occiser; (terminate) cesationifer; to have to do with (concern) concerner; (have relations with) relater || n do-nothing nul-façanto; nul-facemo; ne’er-do-well nulvaloranto || adj do-it-yourself facenda da homi ipsa; 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? Sentan vi fortunosa, puerazaçho? Ben, escue sic?; 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.; I do not care to go mi ne volitionan vader
  • 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 (zool.: Canis familiaris) canino; dog days canículo
  • doily n dentela tapeteto
  • doll n pupo; doll house pup-domo
  • dollar n dólaro; dollar
  • dolly n (doll) pupucio; (cine.) dolio; (hand truck) carelo
  • dolphin n delfino
  • domain n departimento; dòminio || afx -io
  • dome n cúpulo
  • domestic adj domisca; domesticated (tame and kept by humans) doméstica
  • domicile n domicilio
  • dominate vt dominationer; dòminìer
  • Dominica n Domínica
  • Dominican Republic n Domìnichiano || adj Dominican Republic Domìnichia
  • 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 dùbiter || n dúbito || adj doubtful (dubious) dùbitanda
  • 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 còmputatoro 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; downbeat (mus.) çhef-pulso; mensur-pulso; downfall cado; decadentio; falo; ruino; subverso; downpour (súbita) pluvazo; downtempo (mus.) downtempo
  • dowry n doto
  • dowse vi rabdomantìer; to dowse for rabdomantìer
  • draft n (com.) pag-mandationo; trato; (of air) air-flueto; (pulling, dragging) tiro; tráhino; draft animal tir-bestio; rough draft esbociatco
  • drag vt tràhiner; to drag away fortràhiner; to 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; (sketch) schizer; (attract) atracter; lurer; (drag) tràhiner; (extract) [blood] tirer; [liquid] haurer; [nail, tooth, plant, etc.] evulser; (pull) tirer || n drawer (person who draws, sketches) designianto; (sliding compartment) tircofro; drawers (underpants) calceono; drawing designiatco; drawing room salono; drawbridge lev-ponto || adj drawn drawn battle nedecesita batalio/combato | (ending with an equal score) nedecisita
  • dread vt timer
  • dreadlocks n dredlocos
  • dream vi somnier || vt to dream up fantasìer || n somnio
  • dredge vt dragher
  • dregs n feço
  • drench vt hùmidazifer
  • dress n (of a woman) vestito; [knee-length] vestiteto; [short] mini-, micro-vestito || 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; driver’s license conduci-licentio; to go for a drive promener; driveway vialeto di acceso
  • drizzle vi pluveter
  • drool vi baber || n babatco
  • drop vt lacer cader; (abandon) abandoner; èxiter; (an anchor) àncorijer; (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; to let drop (words, etc.) lacer escaper; to 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) plùmbicher; (sink) afundezer; to drop in vìsiter (álicu pretervadante); vìsiter 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; to drown out (noise) còperter; superruiter
  • drug n drogo; druggist fàrmachisto
  • druid n drúido
  • drum n tamburo
  • drunk adj ebria
  • dry adj sica || n dryer sicatoro; dryness sichitio; hairdryer capil-sicatoro || vt sichifer
  • dubious adj dùbitanda
  • dubnium n (chem.: Db) dubnio
  • duck n ánato
  • dude n cherlo; I’m in your base, killing your dudes mi es en vua basamento, occisanta vua cherlos
  • 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) mèritata; (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
  • duel n duelo || vi dueler
  • duke n duco
  • dull adj desacuta; obtusa
  • dumb adj muta
  • dump vt descàrichifer
  • dune n duno; dune buggy baghio
  • dungeon n subtera cárcero
  • dunk vt merg(et)er
  • durable adj durationiva
  • duration n durationo
  • during n dum
  • dusk n vèspereço
  • 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) hàbiter
  • 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-còperticlo; earring aurìculumo; 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 fàcilitio || 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
  • Ebola n (pathol.) [disease] Ebola-febro; [virus] Ebola-viro
  • eccentric adj (tech.; fig.) eccéntrica
  • ecchymosis n (med.) echímozo
  • echelon n scalon(ad)o
  • echidna n (zool.: Tachyglossidae) echidno
  • echo n eco || vt echifer || vi echefer
  • eclectic adj ecléctica
  • eclipse n eclipso || vt eclipser
  • ecology n ecòloghío; ecologist ecólogo
  • economics n ecònomío; economist ecònomìisto
  • economize vt sparnier
  • economy n ecònomío; national economy nationisca ecònomío; planned economy directionita ecònomío
  • ecosystem n ecosistemo
  • ecstasy n écstaso || adj ecstatic ècstasanta
  • 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 edìficher
  • edit vt redacter || n editing redacto; edition èditatco; editor redactisto; editorial editorialo || adj editorial department redacterío
  • educate vt (give intellectual, moral instruction) èducher; (instruct in a particular subject) instructer; (raise, rear) èducher || n education éduco || adj educated èduchita; instructita; (erudite) erudita
  • eel n anguilo
  • effect n (change resulting from an action or other cause) consecuatco; efecto; resulto; [impression] impresiono; a pleasing effect on agratábila impresiono; he said it for effect ili dicin lo por impresioner; [physical phenomenon] the Doppler effect la efecto Doppler | [sense] senso; or words to that effect aut álico en ecuila senso; (cine., theat.) special effects speciala efectos; (property) personal effects personisca posesedos; in effect válida; to be in effect eser válida; to take effect efectecer || vt efectifer
  • effeminate adj fèminesca
  • 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 (zool.: Naja haje) 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 dua dios convenun ad mi
  • El Salvador n Salvatoria; Salvadorian Salvatoriano
  • elaborate vt (add more detail to) èxplicher detalie
  • 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
  • electrocardiogram n (EKG) electri-cardiografìatco
  • electron n electrono; electronics electrónico || adj electronic electrònichisca
  • elegant adj eleganta
  • element n elemento
  • elephant n elefanto
  • elevate vt èlever
  • elevator n (for grain) èlevatoro; (lift) acensatoro
  • eleven card decem una
  • eleventh fract decem unavo || ord decem unésima
  • elf n (folk., fantasy) elfo; (myth.) elfo; [alternative term] alfo; dark elf (dökkálf) ténebr-elfo; (dverg) duergo; (svartálf) nigr-elfo; light elf (hvítálf) blanc-elfo; (ljósálf) lúmin-elfo; (fantasy) blood elf sánguin-elfo; high elf nobiliar-elfo; night elf noct-elfo
  • elide vt elisioner
  • eligible adj selectébila
  • eliminate vt elìminer
  • elision n elisiono
  • elk n alço
  • ellipse n elíptico
  • ellipsis n elipso
  • elm n ulmo
  • eloquent adj elocuenta
  • else adv áltera; elsewhere àlterube
  • 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 èmpathitio || adj empathetic émpatha
  • emperor n ìmperanto
  • emphasis n émfaso
  • emphasize vt èmfaser
  • emphysema n (med.) emfisemo
  • empire n ìmperio
  • employ vt empleer || n employee empleato; employment empleatitio; employment office emple-oficino
  • empty adj vacua || vt vacuifer
  • emu n (zool.: Dromaius novaehollandiae) emúo
  • emulate vt èmuler || adj emulous èmulema
  • enamel n smalto
  • enbalm vt bàlsamizer
  • 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 enperìculifer; poner en perículo
  • endeavor vt efortier
  • endocrine adj endocrina || n endocrinology endocrinòloghío
  • endogamy n endògamío || adj endogamous endógama
  • endorphin n (biochem.) 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 energìosa
  • 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, Englishwoman Anglo || adj Angliana; (ethnically) Angla; [pertaining to the ethnic English] Angisca
  • engrave vt gravurer
  • enjoy vt fruer || adj enjoyable agratábila
  • enormous adj enorma
  • enough adj enough! ecuilo sufican!; to be enough suficer || adv sufiçante
  • enroll vt registrijer
  • 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 èntropitio || adj entropic éntropa
  • entrust vt (commission, appoint) comisioner; (to the care of) confider
  • enumerate vt (mention one by one) enùmerer
  • envelop vt inveloper
  • envelope n envelopo
  • environment n ambientatco; environmentalism ecòloghismo
  • envy vt invidier || n invidio
  • enzyme n (biochem.) enzimo
  • eon n eono; supereon supereono
  • ephedrine n (med.) efedrino
  • ephemeral adj efémera
  • epic adj épica
  • epicene adj epicena
  • epicenter n epicentro
  • epidemic n epidemio; epidemiology epidemiòloghío || adj epidemia; epidemiesca; epidemiisca
  • epidural adj epidurala
  • epiphany n epifanío
  • episode n episodio
  • epithet n epítheto
  • epitomy n epítomo || vt to epitomize epìtomifer
  • 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 ecuìvalanta
  • 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.: Eryngium) 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 escatòloghío; eschatologist escatólogo
  • escort vt acompanier || n (for security, a mark of rank, etc.) escortizer; escorto
  • -ese afx (lang.) -enso || n Japanese Japonienso; journalese jurnalenso
  • esoteric adj esotérica
  • especial adv especially (expressly) I came especially to see you mi venin speciale por vìsiter vi; (more than usual, more than average) “Is he smart?” “Not especially.” “Es ili inteligenta?” “Ne particulare.”; (over all others) she despised them all, especially Jack eli desapretiazin omna los, particulare (aut super omnos) Iacobus
  • espresso n espreso
  • -ess afx -iso || n murderess asasiniso; tigress tigriso
  • essay n esayo
  • essence n esentio
  • establish vt stabilimentizer; (facts) constater || n education establishment èducherío; establishment -erío; the Establishment la directionanta claso
  • estate n proprietato
  • esteem vt èstimer
  • ester n (chem.) éstero
  • estimate vt evaluter || n evaluto
  • Estonia n Estonia; Estonian Estoniano
  • estriol n estriolo
  • estrogen n (physiol.) estrógeno
  • estrone n (biochem.) 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 ètheresca
  • ethical adj èthicasca; èthichisca
  • 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 etimòloghío; etymologist etimólogo
  • eugenics n eugénico
  • eunuch n eunuco
  • euphony n eufonío
  • euphoria n euforío || adj euphoric euforìosa
  • Europe n Europa; European Europano; europium (chem.: Eu) europio; euro () euro
  • euthanasia n euthanasio || vt to euthanize euthanasier
  • evangel n evangelio || vt to 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 (arith.) 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 (profoundly immoral and malevolent) malvata; evil empire malvata ìmperio | [demonic, diabolical] demon(isc)a; diàbolesca, -isca; [practicing black magic] evil sorcerer strig(uci)o; evil-minded mal-volitionanta, -osa | (harmful) nociva; [causing sorrow] funesta; (unpleasant) [reputation] malvatisca; [sight, smell] mala || n malatco; malitio; to speak evil of maledicentier; evildoer mal-façanto; malvato
  • evolve vi evolutioner || n evolution evolutiono || adj evolved disvelopita
  • exact adj exacta; justa || adv exactly exacte
  • exaggerate vt exàgerer
  • exalt vt (glorify, praise) laudazer; (work up, elate) exalter
  • exam n exámino
  • examine vt exàminer
  • example n exemplo; for example exemple
  • excavate vt èxcaver; (archae.) excavationer
  • exceed vt ecceser
  • excel vi ecceler
  • except prep eccepte je || n exception [act] eccepto; by way of exception ecceptische; to take exception to objectioner ad; (be offended by) ofensezer pro; (jur.) recuser; with the exception of eccepte je; without exception sine eccepto | [thing] ecceptedo; exceptionalism ecceptedismo || vt eccepter || adj exceptional eccept(ed)a; neordinaria || conj eccept(int)e che; eccepte se
  • 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) pràcticher; (to improve skill, tone muscles) exèrciter
  • 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) to 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 èxiter || n èxitayo
  • 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 èxplicher
  • explicit adj explícita
  • explode vi exploser
  • exploit vt exploter
  • explore vt explorer || n explorer exploristo
  • exponent n (math, ling.) exponento; (person) expositionanto; publìcitanto; exponentiation exponentizo
  • export vt exportationer
  • expose vt (expound) èxplicher; (uncover, reveal) exposer; reveler; to expose to danger exposer ad perículo || n exposition exposition of merchandise expositiono je comerciedo | (exhibition) expositiono; (explanation) éxplico; exposure exposo; exposure meter exposómetro
  • express vt expreser || n expressway ràpidvialazo
  • expropriate vt exproprier (álicu de álico)
  • expulsion n ecpulser; ejecter
  • expurgate vt expurgher
  • exsanguinate vt exànguiner
  • extend vt extenser
  • extensive adj ampla
  • extent n extenso; to that extent en ecuila senso
  • exterior n exteratco
  • exterminate vt extèrminer
  • 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-esenti(isc)a
  • 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-òculeto; keep an eye on vìgiler 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; to face-fuck irumer
  • facsimile n facsímilo
  • fact n facto
  • faction n (small party) partiteto
  • factory n fàbricherío
  • faculty n (division of school) facultato; (power of body, mind) facultato; (talent) talento; (teaching staff) insignistado
  • fade vi (disappear) gradope desaparer; (lose color) pàlidecer; sine-colorecer; (wilt) marcer
  • fail vi faler || vt without fail sine meno
  • faint vi sìncoper
  • fair adj yusta; (copy) neta || adv fairly I’m fairly sure mi es presche certana; mi es sufiçante certana || n ferio
  • fairy n fato; fairy land fat-paeso; fairy tale fat-raconto; The Faerie Queene La Regiso di la fatos || 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
  • fallow adj (of farmland: unsown) nearatita; necultivita; [fig.: inactive] neactanta; neproductanta; (of color) falva; fallow deer damo
  • 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 fàminazo
  • famous adj famosa
  • fan n (admirer) devoto; fano; (hand fan) vèntiliclo; (mech.) vèntilatoro || vt vèntiler
  • fanatic adj fanática
  • fanfare n fanfaro
  • fantastic adj fantasìisca
  • fantasy n fantasío || vt fantasìer
  • far adj fora; by far multe; far from for; far from it tote ne; so far, so good usche nun, bone || adv far off fore
  • farad n farado
  • fare vi stander
  • farewell inter adeo! || n adeo
  • farm n (land and buildings) agri-cultiverío; farmer agri-cultivisto || vt to farm out forinvìer por facer | (cultivate) cultiver
  • fart vi pèditer || 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) grasa || n grasio
  • fate n destino; sorto
  • father n gènitintiçho; patro; father-in-law afina patro; sòceriçho; 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 prèferata
  • 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 (actor, show, news) presentationer; (be equipped with) [machine] eser provisita per; òferer
  • February n Februario
  • fecal adj fechisca
  • feces n feco
  • fecund adj fecunda
  • federate vt fèderifer || n federation fédero || adj federal fèderisca
  • 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 on rejo || n feeling hurt someone’s feelings ofenser la sentimento di álicu | (emotional) sentimento; (physical) sento
  • feign vt afectationer
  • fel n (fantasy: malefic energy or magic) felo
  • fell vt cadifer; (knock down) (colp)cadifer || adj (lit.: terribly evil or ferocious; deadly) malvataza
  • fellate vt felationer
  • felt n (cloth) feltro
  • female adj fémina; female goat capriso; female stripper striptizist(is)o || n fémino
  • feminine adj fèminisca
  • femur n fémoro
  • fen n turfayo
  • fence n fenço; chain-link fence fenço ec metala reto; lattice fence gratícula fenço
  • fenugreek n (bot.: Trigonella foenum-graecum) fenogreco
  • ferment vi fermenter || n fermentifivo
  • fermium n (chem.: Fm) fermio
  • fern n (bot.: Pteridopsida) 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 (biochem.) fibrinógeno
  • fibroma n (med.) fibromo
  • fibula n (anat., hist.) fíbulo
  • fiddle n violino
  • fidelity n fidelitio; (of a copy) exactitio
  • fidget vi àgiter 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 (geom., rhet., art) figuro; (bodily shape) formo; (person) public figure pública figuro; these days he cuts a lonely figure nuntémpore ili aparan cuomo on solaçha figuro; (written number) cifro || vt to figure out deciser
  • Fiji n Fijia; Fijian Fijiano
  • filaria n (zool.: Filarioidea) filario
  • file n (collection of papers, dossier) documentado; (comp.) fiçhero; (row) filaro; (tool) limationiclo; file manager fiçher-administrationatoro || vt limationer; òrdiner; (to archive) enarchivifer; (to register) documentifer; registrijer; (under heading) clasìficher || 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; to find someone out descòperter || adj it will be found that esun trovita che
  • fine adj (of high quality) bonaza; [attractive] linda; [pure] pura; (perceived only with difficulty and care) [delicate] delicata; [miniscule] parvaza; [sharp] acuta; [subtle] subtila; [thin] tenua; fine arts [refined] 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; (open-air) [bonfire] focatazo; [campfire] focato; on fire ardezanta; to set on fire incendier; fire station (foc-)extinterío; fire truck pump-camiono; firearm focarmo; firebrand (burning wood) titiono; (person) àgitanto; rebelionoso; fireman (foc-)extintisto; firewall (internet) bariclo; firewood ardi-ligno; firework artificia focatco || 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, gènitito || adv (not before, not until) erste
  • fisc n fisco || adj fiscal fischisca
  • fish n (zool.: Osteichthyes, Chondrichthyes, Myxinidae, and Petromyzontiformes) piço; fish bone piç-osteo; fish hook hamo; fishing boat pischi-barco; fishing line pischi-filo; fishing pole, fishing rod pischi-pértico; fisherman pischisto || 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) fùlgurer; (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(òbotel)o; (wine bottle in a straw jacket) flasco
  • flat adj (having broad, level surface but little height or depth) plata; flat-bottomed boat platfundera barco; (smooth and even) plana || n (mus.) bemolo; flatbread ázimo
  • flatter vt aduler
  • flaunt vt ostenter
  • flax n (bot.: Linum usitatissimum) lino; (fabric) linatco
  • flea n (zool.: Siphonaptera) 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; trèmuler; vacileter
  • flight n volo
  • flinch vi ritiretezer
  • flint n síliça
  • flip vt (overturn) renverser
  • flippant adj impertinenta
  • flirt vi flirter
  • float vi flotationer
  • flock n grejo
  • flood vt inunder
  • floor n solio; (storey) stajo; floor lamp alti-lámpado; stanta lámpado
  • flooring n solii-tàbulado
  • flora n plantado
  • flour n farino
  • flow vi fluer; to flow back retrofluer || n (tide) fluxo; flowchart flu-diagramo
  • flower n floro; flower bed flor-agreto
  • flu n gripo
  • fluctuate vi fluctuer
  • fluid adj flúida
  • fluoresce vi fluorecer || adj fluorescent bulb fluorecisca ampulo
  • fluorine n (chem.: F) fluoro
  • fluoroscope n fluoroscopio; fluoroscopy fluoroscopiijo
  • flute n flauto; (archit.) canelo
  • flutter vi fluctuer
  • fly vi voler; to fly away forvoler || n (zool.: Diptera) mosco; flyblow mosc-ovado; flywheel bilanciario || 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; on foot pede; to go on foot ped-vader; footage metratco; football (American) Usoniana football (or Usoniana futbalo); (soccer) football (or futbalo); footbridge ped-vadisca ponto; footprint ped-marco
  • for prep (aim) por; to do something for money facer álico por pecunio; (cause) pro; to not do something for lack of money ne facer álico pro manco di pecunio; (as being) cuomo; he left her for dead ili abandonin eli cuomo je mortinta; to know something for a fact saper álico cuomo certa; (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 ántee; (duration) dum; I studied French for two years mi studin Francenso dum dua anuos | [with negatives] usche post; no sex for a month nula sexío usche post una menso; (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 dólaro; 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; (instead of) vice di || conj (because, since) pro che
  • forage vi cercher alimentivo
  • forbid vt prohiber
  • force n (coercion) coacto; fortijo; by force coacte; fortije; violentie; (mil., police) armato; trupo; armed forces armato(s); armizita trupos; the force la politío; (phys.) forto; force five wind vento di forto cinco; [any power or influence] force for good forto por lo bona; force of nature forto di naturo; [scifi] dark/light side of the Force obscura/lùminosa látero di la Forto; may the Force be with you! la Forto eses cum vi!; (strength) fortitio; (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) fortijer; (by physical power) fortijer; (cause to do) ficer -er; (coerce) coacter; (rape) fortijer; violationer; to force back represer; retropulser; ripulser; to force down (airplane) decensifer; (prices) basifer; diminutioner; (swallow) fortije gluter; to force in fortijer; to force oneself to do coacter si facer; to force open fortijer; to force out ecfortijer; ecpulser; to force-feed fortij-alimenter || adj forced (compelled) coactita; (door, lock) fortijita; (style) afectationanta; forced laugh artificia rido; coactita rido; forced march accèlerita marçho
  • ford n guadayo
  • fore adj abántea; fore-and-aft rig àuricado || n forearm abante-brachio; forecastle prori-castelo; forefather átavo; forehead fronto || vt to 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 (chem.) formaldehido
  • format n formato
  • former adj (previous) ántea; the former (the first of two mentioned things) la unésima | (sometime) ólima || adv formerly ólim
  • formula n fórmulo
  • fort n castelo
  • fortify vt fortìficher || n fortification fortìficatco
  • 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
  • foster vt (child) nutricher; (promote) abantiifer; disveloper; inciter; initier; stìmuler || adj foster brother/sister nutrichi-germano; foster child nutricato; foster parent nutricanto
  • 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
  • fracking n hidràulichisca fracturo
  • fractal n fractalo
  • fraction n fractiono || afx -avo
  • fracture n rumpatco; (crack) findeto; fracturo
  • 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) fòrmulifer; fòrmulizer; [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 to freak out fliper
  • free adj gratúita; líbera; sine pago; free of debt cuita; free on board afranchita an bordo || n freedom lìberitio
  • freeze vt geler; (cover in frost) pruinifer; (turn to ice) glaciifer
  • freight n (goods) merços; (load) cárico; freight car merci-vagono
  • French n (language) Francenso; Frenchman, Frenchwoman Franciano; (ethnic, from the time of Charlemagne) Franço || adj Franciana; (ethnically) França; [pertaining to the ethnic French] Francisca; French chalk talco; French fry frictita patato
  • frenzy n frenesío
  • frequency n frecuentio
  • frequent adj frecuenta || adv frequently frecuente || vt vìsitader
  • fresco n (art) afresco
  • fresh adj (not stale, not preserved) fresca; (recently made; not faded) fresca; (cool) [breeze] frisca; (strong) [wind] forta
  • Friday n Venerdio
  • friend n amico; friends with benefits amicos cum beneficios; friendship amichitio || adj friendly amica
  • fright n pavoro || vt to frighten pavorifer
  • frisky adj pètulema, -anta
  • fritter vt to fritter away dìsiper; to fritter away one’s time amusaçher si || n apple fritter pom-frictito
  • frivolous adj frívola
  • frog n rano
  • from prep de; the man from Atlantis la hómino de Atlántida; (according to) secuno; from what you say secuno cuo vi diçan; (after) a week from today an una septimano post hodie; (motion out of) ec; he pulled a gun from his pocket ili tirin on focilo ec sua poco; (on account of) pro; to die from laughing morter pro rider; (since) dex; sickly from birth malatema dex naço; from behind de detre (álico)/détree; from now on dex nun; from on high de alte; from that time de alore; de poste; from under de sub(e); from when de cuande
  • front n abanteatco; frontalo; in front of abante || adj frontala; frontal frontalisca
  • frontier n frontario
  • frost n pruin(atc)o; frostbite (med.) congelo; frostnip (med.) congeleto || vt pruinifer || vi pruiner || adj frosty pruinosa
  • 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 n (bot.: Fuchsia) fucsio
  • fuck vt futuer || n I don’t know fuck about it mi ne sapan etiam carácula ideo || adj fucking carácula; futuita; maledictita; so pretty please, with sugar on top, clean the fuckin’ car dunche mi precan vi, súplican vi, nitifes la carácula vecturo; work was fucking brutal today laboro esin carácule punanta hodie || inter futuer!; fuck off! ad caráculo!; vades futuer vi!; vades futuezer!; fuck this car! ecuista vecturo futuita (aut carácula)!; fuck you! fices futuer vi!; futues vi!; what the fuck do you want? cuo carácule vi volitionan?; fucking hell! caráculo!; futuer!
  • fucus n fuco
  • fuel n combustébilo
  • fulcrum n fulcro
  • fulfill vt completioner; (execute) exècuter; (promise) satisfacer
  • full adj plena; (satiated) satiita; full of -osa; plena de; full-breasted (man) gros-péctora; (woman) mamuda
  • fulmar n (zool.: Fulmarus) fulmaro
  • fun n amuso; joco; (cheerfulness) alecritio; fun full of fun valde alecra; make fun of deriser; ridandifer || adj amusanta
  • function n funtiono; functionary funtionisto
  • fund vt (fin.) consòlider || n fundalo; (treasury) casho; (yearly income) réndito; emergency fund reservisca fundalo
  • fundamental adj fundamentisca
  • funeral n fúnero
  • funicular n funicularo; cabli-vialo
  • funnel n infundíbulo
  • funny adj (humorously amusing) drola
  • fur n pilos; fur seal (zool.: Arctocephalus, Callorhinus ursinus) mar-urso; urs-otario || adj furry pilosa
  • furl vt volver
  • 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
  • fuscous adj fusca
  • fuse n (elec.) fusíbilo
  • fuselage n fuselajo
  • fusion n (cum)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 gàrulaçher
  • 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 sponsion-ocher
  • game n joco; (equipment) jochiclo; computer game electrònichisca joco; game warden cacii-guardisto; gamekeeper cacii-guardisto; video game víde-joco
  • gamin n gamino
  • gamut n gamo
  • gang n bandaçho; gànsterado; gang rape colectiva violationo; grupopa violationo; gangster gánstero; gangsterism gánsterismo
  • gangsta n (informal: gangster) gánstero; (informal: badass) gansto
  • gangway n (pas)ponteto
  • gannet n (zool.: Morus) alcatraso
  • gap n lacuno
  • gape vi (mouth, hole) eser àperazita; (person) rester buc-àperite; to gape at reguarder buc-àperite
  • garage n (repair) máchin-rèparerío; (shelter) garajo
  • garden n jardino; garden balsam (bot.: Impatiens balsamina) balsamino; gardener jardinisto
  • garland n ghirlando
  • garlic n alio
  • garnish vt guarner
  • garrison n (place) guarnitionayo; (troops) guarnitiono || vt guarnitionizer
  • garron n garano
  • 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 (bring together) colectioner; (bringt together in one place for a common purpose) asembler; (flowers, etc.) còliger
  • gauge n ìndichiclo; 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.: Gekkota) gheco
  • geek n ghico
  • gelatin n gelatino; gelatin desert (jello) gelatin-deserto
  • gem n gemo
  • gender n sexo; (ling.) genro
  • gene n (bio.) 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 gèniticlisca || n genitals gèniticlo
  • genius n genio
  • genome n (bio.) genomo
  • genotype n (bio.) genotipo
  • genre n género
  • gentle adj lena || n gentleman Gentlemen, you can’t fight in here! This is the War Room! Senioros, vos ne potan combater hic! Ecuisto es la Guer-Cambro! | (man of good social position) senioro; (well-bred, well-mannered man) gentil(içh)o
  • gentry n seniorado
  • genuine adj auténtica; genuina; sincera; vera
  • genus n género
  • geography n geògrafío; geographer geógrafo
  • geoid n geoido
  • geometry n geòmetrío; geometer geómetro
  • geophysics n geofísico
  • Georgia n Georgia; Georgian Georgiano
  • gerbil n gerbilo
  • germ n (microorganism) germo; (plant embryo) gérmino
  • German n Alemaniano; (ethnic) Alemano; Germany Alemania; Germania Germànichia || adj Alemaniana; (ethnically) Alemana; [pertaining to the ethnic Germans] Alemanisca; Germanic Germánica
  • germanium n (chem.: Ge) germanio
  • germophobe n misófobo; germophobia misòfobío
  • gerontology n gerontòloghío; gerontologist gerontólogo
  • gestate vt gestationer
  • gesture vi gestìculer
  • 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; to get to (be able to) poter; (be allowed to) yure ... -er || vi to get along (be on good terms) bone interacter; harmonier; (leave) departurer; forvader; (manage) adjuter si; (progress) progreser; to get around to (deal with in due course) we never seem to get around to it lo semblan che nos jamás haban témporo por ecuilo; to get by (manage) adjuter si; to get to (reach) atinger
  • Ghana n Gana; Ghanaian Ganano
  • ghost n fantasmo
  • giant n giganto || adj giant anteater (zool.: Myrmecophaga tridactyla) giganta formicario
  • gift n donationedo
  • giga- afx (thousand million) giga-
  • gill n branchio
  • gimbal n bilanciario
  • gimlet n forationicleto
  • gin n gino
  • ginger n gingibro; gingerbread (cake) gingibri-cuco; (cookie) gingibri-cuchio
  • giraffe n girafo
  • girder n trabo
  • girl n (female child) pueriso; [daughter] filiiso; [informal: young woman] jùveniso; pueriso; (female of any age) fémino; girlhood jùvenisitio; puerisitio; girlfriend [romantic] noviiso || adj girlish jùvenisesca; puerisesca
  • gist n esentio
  • give vt dationer; (gift) donationer; to give back retrocesioner; to 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 to give in (capitulate) capitulationer; to give up (surrender) capitulationer
  • glad adj joyosa || adv gladly cum placero || n gladness joyo || vi to be glad joyer
  • glamour n glamoro
  • 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) tènebrosa; (depressed) depresionita; sombra
  • glory n glorio || vt to glorify gloriizer
  • glove n guanto; (fingerless glove) duava guanto
  • glow vi ardorer; (burn) arder; (shine) lùminer || adj glowing ardoranta; ardorosa
  • gloxinia n (bot.: Gloxinia) gloxinio
  • glucose n glucozo
  • glue n glútino || vt glùtinizer; (something to something else) glùtinejer
  • glutamate n (biochem.) glutamato
  • gluten n glúteno; gluten-free sine glúteno
  • gnarled adj (knobbly) tùberosa; (twisted) torcita
  • gnat n (zool.: Mycetophilidae, Anisopodidae, Sciaridae, et al.) cúliço
  • gnaw vt roder
  • go vi vader; go away! for mi!; foreces!; forvades!; to go about (begin) cominitier; -ecer; to go away (go out) ecvader; (to a distance) forvader; to go back retrovader; rivener; to go off (be activated) [gun] disparer; 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 auco; gooseberry (bot.: Ribes uva-crispa / Ribes grossularia) spinosa groselo
  • gopher n geómiso
  • gorge n (geog.) gurgo; (throat) gurgo || vt to gorge oneself on manjazer
  • gorgeous adj belaza
  • gorget n (mil. hist.) gurgaro
  • 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 cucùrbitumo
  • 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
  • graft vt (bot., med.) grafier || n (bot., med.) grafiedo, -atco
  • 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 (allow) [request, favor, point] conceser; (confer) cònferer; (subvent) subventioner
  • grape n uvo
  • graph n (infograph) infográfico
  • graphic adj (visual) graphic arts gráfic-artos; graphic novel gráfica romancio; (vivid) graphic sex and violence explícita sexío et violentio || n gráfico
  • graphite n grafito
  • grasp vt sacer; to 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 gràviter
  • gravity n grávito
  • graze vt (pasture) pasturer; (scrape) abras(et)er; [lightly touch in passing] pas-tocheter
  • grease n grasio; óleo || adj greasy òleosa
  • great adj granda; (in deed) magna || adv greatly valde || n greatcoat capoto || afx (in family relationships) ante-; post-; great-aunt ante-thiiso; great-grandchild post-nepto
  • greave n cruraro
  • grebe n (zool.: Podicipediformes) grebo
  • Greece n Grechia; Greek Greco
  • greed n àviditio || adj greedy ávida
  • green adj vírida; green bean (bot.: Phaseolus vulgaris) vírida faseolo
  • Greenland n Grenlandia; Greenlander Grenlandiano
  • greet vt saluter || n greeting saluto
  • Gregorian adj Gregoriisca
  • Grenada n Granata
  • grenade n grenato
  • grey adj grisa
  • griffin n (also gryphon, griffon) grifono
  • grill n gratículo || vt (cul.) gratícul-roster
  • grimace vi grimacier
  • grime n sùcidatco || adj grimy súcida
  • grimoire n grimorio
  • grind vt (corn) moliner || vi (dry hump) sexijer; [of men] méncul-fricher; [of women] conii-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) màchinisto; vise grip adjustifébila pinciclo || vt stringer
  • groin n ínguino
  • grok vt grocher; I grok your mouth-music, Mandingo! mi grocan vua buc-músico, Mandingo!
  • groom vt toiletijer
  • groove n (joinery) ranuro; (spiral track) canelo
  • grope vt (sexually) tocuçher
  • grotesque adj grutesca
  • grotto n groto
  • ground n tero; ground floor ter-stajo; grounds locado
  • group n grupo
  • grouse n (zool.: Tetraoninae) gruso
  • 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; to be on guard guarder si; guardian curatoro; guardian angel guard-ángelo
  • Guatemala n Guatemala; Guatemalan Guatemalano
  • guess vt (correctly) divinationer; (suppose) conjecturer; guess what? vi sapan cuo?
  • guest n hòspitato
  • Guiana n Guyana; Guianan Guyanano
  • guide vt guider
  • guild n ghildo
  • guillemot n (zool.: Cepphus) 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 ginecòloghío; 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 to haggle over mercantejer
  • hail vi (weather) gràndiner || 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; pilosa; (having fur, body hair) pilífera
  • Haiti n Haítia; Haitian Haìtiano
  • half n duavo; half boot boteto || afx semi-
  • half-baked adj semi-cocita; semi-matura
  • half-blind adj lusca
  • half-breed n mixticio
  • half-brother n semi-germaniçho
  • half-caf adj semi-caf(eìnífer)a
  • half-sister n semi-germaniso
  • halfway adv ye semi-vialo
  • hall n (covered market) mercati-salonazo; (large room) salonazo; (public hall) salonazo
  • hallucinate vi halùciner
  • 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
  • hamlet n vilageto
  • hammer n martelo || vt martelijer
  • hammock n hamaco
  • hamper vt impeder; incòmoder
  • 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; handbag manu-sacheto; handcart cariteto; handgun curta focilo || vt to 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; to hang out (loiter) otier || vt (execute) pendejer; to hang (something) on the wall pendifer (álico) an la parieto || 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 to harp on rèpetaçher
  • harpy n (myth.) harpiyo
  • harsh adj acra
  • hartebeest n (zool.: 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) vìsitader; (frequent and disturb, as a ghost) hanter
  • have vt (possess) haber; (emphasizing following verb) ya; (give birth to) nacifer; (tolerate) tòlerer; I won’t have pot in my house! mi ne tóleran marihuano en mea domo!; (trick) I’ve been had! álicu inganin mi!; to have on, be wearing vestejer; to have someone do something ficer álicu facer álico; to have something (done by someone) ficer (álicu) facer álico; ficer álico facita (da álicu); to have to dever || vi to have to do with concerner || aux (often translated by simple tense) es(eç)er + participio; the tribe has spoken la tribo es parlinta; la tribo parlin; I’ve been living in Düsseldorf mi fue residan en Düsseldorf; I’ve been living in Düsseldorf for six months mi (fue) residan en Düsseldorf dex sesa mensos ántee; I’ve been studying French mi fue studan Francenso; it has been snowing lo fue nivan; it has been snowing all week (and still is) lo (fue) nivan 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 (fue) nivan dex cinca dios ántee
  • 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; headphones stereófono; 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; to overhear fortúite auder || vi to 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 (med.) pirozo; 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; (emphatic) I’m as mad as hell, and I’m not going to take it anymore! mi iraçan cuale on demono, et mi ne suportun lo pluse!; it’s hot as hell lo es infernesche calda; to run like hell curer cuale on demono; just for the hell of it mere por pura capricio
  • hello inter saluto!; (phone) haló!
  • helm n direction-timono; helmsman (nav)directionisto
  • helmet n (war) casco
  • helminth n (zool.: parasitic worm) helmintho; helminthology helminthòloghío
  • help vt adjuter || n adjuto
  • hem n órulo || vt òrulizer
  • hematology n hematòloghío; 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 hèpatito
  • 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 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 heresìisto
  • hermaphrodite n hermafrodito
  • hermit n eremito
  • hero n heroo
  • heron n herono
  • herring n haringo
  • Herzegovina n Herzegovina; Herzegovinan Herzegovinano
  • hesitate vi hèsiter
  • heterosexual adj hèterosexema
  • hexagon n hexágono
  • hey inter (calling attention) hei!; (disapproval or protest) ei!
  • hibiscus n (bot.: Hibiscus) hibisco
  • hickory n (bot.: Carya) hicorio
  • hide vt absconder || n pelo
  • high adj (intoxicated) ebria; (tall) alta; high up èlevita; superaza; high wind (Beaufort level 7) fort-vento; higher súpera; higher education superiora éduco | (in rank) superiora; high-born de nobiliara familio || n highness altitúdino; his highness dómino rejo; your highness mea dómino rejo; highway (main road between cities) vialazo
  • highlight n punto cùlminanta
  • 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 Hindùismo
  • hinge n cárdino
  • hip n hanco
  • hire vt ingager || n hireling salariizataçho
  • his pos iluya; (reflexive) sua
  • hiss vi sibilationer
  • histamine n (biochem.) 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 cumganciijer on cabalo ad on vecturo; (shift) mover per súbita tiro || vi to hitchhike autostoper || adj to get hitched (married) sponsecer
  • hither cor adhic; hitherto usche nun
  • HIV n (human immunodeficiency virus) VHI (viro di humanisca imun-défiço)
  • hmm inter hm
  • hoarse adj rauca
  • hobby n pasatempo; (hist.: type of Irish horse) haubino
  • hockey n hockey (or hócheo); hockey stick hockey-bastono
  • hoe n sárculo || vt sàrculijer
  • hoist vt hiser
  • hold vt tener || vi to 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 ìnsuleto; 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 homòsexema
  • 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) cumganciijer; (onto) surganciifer
  • hookah n narghilo
  • hoopoe n úpupo
  • hop vi salteter
  • hope vt sperer || n spero || adv hopefully (one hopes) cum 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.) càlceazo
  • hospice n hospitio
  • hospitable adj hòspitema
  • hospital n hospitalo
  • hospitality n hóspit(emiti)o
  • host n hòspitanto || vt (internet) hòspiter
  • 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 (zool.: Canis familiaris) 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 ùluler
  • 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 hùmilifer
  • 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 fàminer || n fámino || adj hungry fàminanta
  • hunt vt cacier; to hunt down parcacier
  • hurdle n (fig.) obstáculo
  • hurl vt jactazer || vi (vomit) vòmiter
  • 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.: Hyacinthus) jacintho
  • hybrid n híbrido
  • hydrant n hidranto
  • hydraulics n hidráulico
  • hydride n (chem.) hidruro
  • hydrogen n (chem.: H) hidrógeno
  • hydrometer n hidrómetro
  • hydroplane n hidroplano
  • hydroponics n hidropónico
  • hydroscope n hidroscopio
  • hydroxide n (chem.) hidróxido
  • hygiene n higieno
  • hymen n (anat.) himeno
  • hyphen n junti-strico; stricheto
  • hypnosis n hipnozo || vt to hypnotize hipnozer
  • hypocrite n hipócrito; hypocrisy hipòcrititio || adj hypocritical hipócrita
  • hypoglycemia n (med.) hipoglicemio
  • hypothesis n hipótheso || vt to hypothesize hipòtheser || adj hypothetical hipòthesisca
  • hyrax n (zool.: Hyracoidea) hiraço


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  • I prn mi
  • iamb n jambo || adj iambic jambisca
  • ice n glacio; ice cream crem-gelatco; crem-glaciatco; ice fog glacii-nébulo || adj icy frìgidaza
  • Iceland n Islandia; Icelander Islandiano
  • icon n (comp) icono
  • idea n ideo
  • ideal n idealo
  • identify vt (ascertain the identity of) identìficher; (equate with) identifer; (recognize) ricognocer || adj identical, self-same identa
  • identity n identitio; identity card identìfichiva carto; identìfichivo; identitii-carto
  • ideologue n ideólogo; ideology ideòloghío
  • 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 ìmiter || n imitation (result) ìmitatco
  • immediate adj (direct) nemediata; (instant) imediata || adv immediately imediate
  • immense adj imensa
  • immerse vt merg(et)er
  • imminent adj próxima
  • immortal adj nemortiva || n nemortivo
  • immune adj imuna || n immunology imunóloghío
  • impair vt damner
  • impede vt impeder
  • imperial adj ìmperiisca || n imperialism ìmperismo
  • impertinent adj impertinenta
  • impetus n ímpeto || adj impetuous ìmpetosa
  • impinge vt ìncider
  • implicate vt (by logic) implicer; (involve, entangle) ìmplicher
  • 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
  • impudent adj impertinenta
  • impulse n impulso || adj impulse buy impulsisca compro
  • impute vt ìmputer
  • 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 (as provision against something being true) por se; (if something is true) case che; en caso che; evente che; se; 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 that secuno che; in the former time en la ólima témporo; in the meantime dume; in this hypothesis secuno ecuista hipótheso; versed in the dark arts erudita sopre la obscura artos; into aden; (informal) [interested in] interesezer sopre; he’s just not that into you ili simple ne tante interesezan sopre vi | [involved in] concerner si sopre; ìmplicher si en; he’s into drugs now ili nun ímplican si en drogos; she’s into publishing eli concernan si sopre édito || n ins and outs detalios; input (cmptr.) entrifo; input device entrificlo || vt to input (cmptr.) entrifer || adj (at home) en focaro; is your father in? escue vua patro es focare? || adv insofar as secuno cuante || 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 ampulo
  • incapacitate vt necapàbilifer
  • incarcerate vt encàrcerifer
  • 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 incòmoder
  • incorporate vt encòrporifer
  • 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 (list) índexo; (indicator; math) índiço; index card fiçho
  • India n India; Indian Indiano
  • indicate vt ìndicher || 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 infantrìano
  • infect vt infecter; to disinfect desinfecter
  • infer vt ìnferer
  • inferior adj inferiora
  • infest vt infester
  • infinite adj infinita
  • infirm adj infirma; malata || n infirmity malatitio
  • inflame vt inflamer
  • inflect vt inflexer
  • influence vt ìnfluer; (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 hàbiter || n inhabitant hàbitanto
  • inhale vi enrespirer
  • inherit vt herèditer
  • 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) vùlnerer || adj injured (offended) ofensita
  • ink n encausto; inkjet printer jet-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
  • insinuate vt insinuer
  • insipid adj insípida
  • insist vi insister || adv insistently insiste
  • insofar adv cuante; insofar as secuno cuante
  • insolent adj insolenta
  • 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 instruction manual instructi-manualo | (practical directions) instructo; 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 nombro; íntegro
  • integral adj íntegra; ìntegrisca || 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
  • interline adj ínterlíneo
  • 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 intèrpreter
  • interrogate vt cuestionader; (aggressively, formally) intèrogher
  • interrupt vt interrumper
  • intersect vt intersecher; (cross) crucejer || n intersection vial-cruço; (set theory) intersectatco
  • interspace n íntera spatio; intervalo; lacuno
  • interval n intervalo; at intervals intervale
  • intervene vi intervener
  • interview vt intervister
  • intestine n intestino
  • intifada n intifada
  • intimate adj íntima
  • intimidate vt tìmidifer
  • 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; to intrude on intruser si en
  • intuit vt intùiter || n intuition intúito
  • inundate vt inunder
  • invade vt invaser
  • invective n invectivo
  • inveigh vi to 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) invèstigher
  • 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) (thermò)lisiificlo || vt (clothes) (thermò)lisiifer
  • irony n ironío || adj ironic ironìema; ironìífera; ironìisca
  • irrational adj (math) nerationala; (not reasonable) nerationasca
  • irresistible adj neresistébila
  • irrevocable adj nerèvochébila
  • irritate vt (make angry) iracifer; vexer; (physically) iriter
  • ischemia n (med.) ischemio
  • Islam n Islamo; Islamist polìtichisca Islamisto || adj Islamic Islamisca
  • island n ínsulo
  • -ism afx -ismo
  • isolate vt ìsoler
  • Israel n Israelia; Israeli Israeliano
  • issue n cuestiono; (periodical) número
  • -ist afx -isto
  • it prn (single entity) [animate or inanimate] li; [inanimate] oli; (circumstances, matter, thing said) lo || pos its luya; (reflexive) sua
  • italic adj (ling.) itálica; (typ.) aldina
  • Italy n Ìtalia; Italian Ìtaliano
  • itch vi pruriter || n prurito
  • item n artículo
  • -ity afx -itio
  • -ive afx -iva
  • ivory n ebóreo; Ivory Coast Ebórea Ripo
  • -ize afx -izer


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  • jab vt picazer; picher
  • jabber vi gàrulaçher; (speak jargon) jargoner
  • jabot n jaboto
  • jacaranda n (bot.: Jacaranda) jacarando
  • jack n (bootjack) bot-tiriclo; (cards) vasleto; (for lifting) crico; (spit) spito; (zool.: Carangidae) carángido; (zool.: Esox) luciolo; jack-in-the-box salt-pupo; jack-of-all-trades omni-façanto; jackboot cabalarii-boto
  • jackal n (zool.: Canis aureus, Canis adustus, Canis mesomelas) shacalo
  • jackanapes n (archaic: monkey) simio (di manivel-organilo); (dated: impertinent person) impertinento; (dated: upstart) parvenúo
  • jackass n àsinaçho; (zool.: male donkey) àsiniçho
  • jackdaw n (zool.: Corvus monedula) gráculo
  • jacket n (blouson, bomber, anorak, etc.) blusono; (Eton jacket) jacheto; (outdoor coat) mantelo; straitjacket fortij-camisio
  • jackknife n poc-cultelo
  • jackstraws n baston-joco
  • Jacobin adj Jacobina; Jacobin Club clubo di la Jacobinos || n Jacobino; (relig.) Domìnicano
  • 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 càrcerano || vt encàrcerifer
  • jalap n jalapo
  • jam n (predicament) difìcilatco; imbarasatco; (preserve) confectatco; marmelato; jam session improvis-cumveno || 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
  • japonica n (bot.: Chaenomeles) flor-cotòneífero
  • 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 ìctéraca
  • jaunt n excursioneto; jaunting car Irlandiana caróceo || adj jaunty alecra
  • javelin n javeloto
  • jaw n (lower) mandíbulo; (upper and lower together) màstichiclo; jawbone (lower) mandíbulo; (upper) maxilo; lockjaw (tetanus) tétano; (trismus) trismo
  • jay n geyo
  • jazz n jazz; and all that jazz et cèteraçho
  • jealous adj (envious) invidiosa; (of one’s own) jelosa || n jealousy jelositio
  • jeans n genso
  • Jedi n Jedi; Jedi Knight Jedi Cabalario; Jedi Master Jedi Mágistro; Jedi mind trick Forti-persuaso
  • 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 to jeopardize enperìculifer
  • 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 mìlitanta 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) concorder
  • 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; to jog along caminer (lente) || vt (push) puls(et)er; (shake) sucus(et)er; to 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; to 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 colocationanto; coocupanto; (shared) comuna; joint stock comuna actionos; joint stock company action-corporationo; jointed (anat.) articulaturífera; (joined) juntita || adv jointly cume; 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; I don’t care a jot lo tote ne importan ad mi; there’s not a jot of truth in it ci ne es etiam petieto de veritio en lo || vt to jot down noter
  • 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; jùbiler || adj jubilant joyazanta; jùbilanta; (triumphant) triumfanta
  • jubilee n jubileo
  • Judaism n Judaismo || adj Judaic Judaidisca; Judaismisca
  • Judea n Judaia; Judean Judaiano
  • judge vt jùdicher; (arbitrate) àrbitrer || n jùdicanto; (arbitrator) àrbitranto; (judicial) júdiço; judge advocate militarisca avocato; judgment júdico; bring judgment aganst proceser; Judgment Day dio di la Finisca Júdico; rash judgment temeraria júdico | (faculty) júdic-poto; jùdichivitio; (good judgment) bona rationo; (verdict) verdicto
  • judicature n jùdicío; (judiciary) jùdiçado
  • judicial adj jùdicìisca
  • judiciary n jùdiçado
  • judicious adj bone jùdicanta; dicernema; prudenta; sagaça
  • judo n judó; judoist judòisto
  • jug n úrceo
  • juggle vt jòculer
  • 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; desòrdinatco
  • jump vi salter; to jump across transsalter || n salto
  • junction n (joining) juntatco; juntayo; (RR) bifurchi-stationo; fervialisca bifurcayo
  • 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 nedìsiderata léteros; postal-versuro; spamo
  • junket n pagata viajo; (dessert) juncato
  • Jupiter n (myth.) Iúppiter; (planet) Jove
  • Jurassic adj Jurasisca; Jurassic period Juraso
  • juridical adj jùdichisca; 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 (right, correct) justa; (equitable, rightful) yusta; justifiable justìfichébila; 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) justìfico || vt to justify (text) justifer; (vindicate) justìficher
  • justice n (a judge) júdiço; (correctness) justitio; (fairness) yustitio; to bring someone to justice venifer álicu abante tribunalo; venifer álicu ad yustitio; to do justice to yuste tracter
  • jut vi salier
  • Jute n juto; Yuto
  • Jutland n Yutia
  • juvenile adj (childish) infantesca; (pertaining to young people) jùvenisca || n (young person) júveno
  • juxtapose vt juxteponer || n juxtaposition juxtepono


K

  • Kabbalah n Cábala
  • kaftan n caftano
  • kaiser n ìmperedoro
  • kakemono n cachemono
  • kala-azar n (path.) vicerisca leishmaniozo
  • kale n (bot.: Brassica oleracea var. sabellica, group Acephala) crispa caulo
  • kaleidoscope n caleidoscopio
  • kalends n calendos
  • kalpak n calpaco
  • kangaroo n (zool.: Macropus) canguro
  • kaolin n caolino
  • kapok n (bot.: Ceiba pentandra) capoco; [tree] capochífero
  • karakul n (sheep; also “caracul”) caraculo; (cloth, fur) caraculatco
  • karate n caraté
  • karma n carmo
  • karst n (geog.) carsto
  • Kartvelia n Cartvelia; Kartvelian Cartvelo
  • Kashmir n Cashmiria
  • katachresis n catacreso
  • kayak n cayaco
  • kazoo n cazúo
  • kedge vt haler || n hal-àncoreto
  • keel n (of ship) chilio; on an even keel ecuilibrianta; stábila || vt to keelhaul chilii-tràhiner || vi to keel over vòlvichezer
  • keelson n superchilio
  • keen adj (sharp, penetrating) [blade, pain, etc.] acuta; [mind] pènetranta; sagaça; [wind] forta; pènetranta; (enthusiastic) ardorosa; enthusiasmosa
  • keep vt (have) haber; to keep a servant haber on servisto; to keep boarders lojayizer | [manage] gerer; [manage a house] guberner; [own] proprieter; [raise, breed] alevamenter; [stock] haber; tener; we don’t keep that model any more nos ne pluse haban ecuila modelo | [store] conserver; tener; where do you keep the booze? ube vi tenan la trinchedos?; (hold) tener; [in a specified state] ficer álicu pluse -er; tener; he keeps me in new software ili dationan ad mi nova softwaro; he keeps them in poverty ili tenan los en pàuperitio; keep Austin weird! tenes Austin extránea!; keep him talking fices ili pluse parler; ne laces ili cesationer parler | [protect, guard] conserver; guarder; protecter; to keep a secret conserver on secreto; (detain) [hold back] ritener; what kept you? cuo ritenin (aut tardifin) vi? | [prevent from doing] detener; [restrain] restricter; (maintain) mantiner; [care for, see to] atenter; [fulfill a promise, duty] satisfacer; [obey] obeder; [observe, celebrate] cèlebrer; fester; [preserve] conserver; (retain) ritener; [reserve] reserver; [withhold] ritener; (sustain) sustiner; to keep a family sustiner on familio; to keep away fortener; to keep back ritener; to keep company with acompanier; (court) cortejer; to keep down mòderer; restricter; ritener; (prices) mantiner basa pretios; to keep from danger protecter contre perículo; to keep one’s place conserver sua placio; to keep one’s word exècuter (aut satisfacer) sua promiso; to keep order mantiner bona órdino; òrdiner; to keep someone from something desconsilier álico ad álicu; detener álicu de álico; deturner álicu de álico; impeder álicu facer álico; to keep up mantiner; keep it up! tale continuationes! || vi (continue action) continuationer ... -er; ne cesationer ... -er; pluse ... -an; he kept walking ili continuationin caminer; ili ne cesationin caminer; ili pluse caminin; (repeat action) sempre; I keep forgetting to pay the gas bill mi sempre oblitan pagher la facturo di la gaso; (remain in good condition) conservezer; (remain, stay) rester; keep calm and carry on restes calma et continuationes; to keep at persister en; to keep away forrester; to keep hard at it laborader; laborer sine cesationo; to keep in touch with (stay informed about) rester informata sopre; to keep left rester sinistre; to keep serious rester seriosa; to keep silent tacer; to keep to a room rester en cambro; to keep to the road secuer la vialo; to keep up with (maintain the same social and material standards as) to keep up with the Jones ne facer men bone cam la vicino; (stay informed about) keeping up with the Kardashians rester informata sopre las Kardashian || n (livelihood, food) sustino; to 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 mèmorificlo
  • keg n barileto
  • kelp n (bot.: Laminariales) 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) spádul-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
  • kestrel n (zool.: Falco tinnunculus, et al.) tur-falcono
  • ketch n (naut.) cheçho
  • ketchup n chéçhupo
  • ketone n (chem.) cetono
  • kettle n bulition-aulo; (cauldron) calderono; kettledrum tímpano
  • key n (for a lock; fig.) clavo; (mus.) tono; (of a piano, computer) tasto; key ring clav-anelo; key signature (mus.) gam-signo; 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
  • khedgeree n (culin.) chegerio
  • kibbutz n kibúç; chibuço
  • kibitzer n specationantaçho
  • kick vt (strike with the foot) ped-colper; to kick-start ped-starter || vi (balk) càlcitrer; (of a gun) reculer; retrosalter || n (excitement, thrills) eccitationo; (of drink) fortitio; kick start ped-starticlo; kickback (payment) reimbursuçho; (recoil) reculo; kickoff cominitio
  • kickshaw n bagatelo; frìvolatco
  • kid n (informal: child) filio; [young] bebo; infanto; puero; (young goat) caprolo; kid gloves caprola guantos; kidnapper raptinto || vt (jokingly deceive) blagher; no kidding? seriose?; vere?; to kidnap rapter
  • kidney n reno; kidney bean (bot.: Phaseolus vulgaris) rúbea faseolo
  • kill vt (cause to die) mortifer; (murder) asasinìer; (violently) occiser || n killer asasino; mortifedoro; occisedoro
  • kiln n furno
  • kilogram n chilogramo (kg)
  • kiloliter n chilolitro (kl)
  • kilometer n chilómetro (km)
  • kilowatt n chilowato
  • kilt n chilto
  • kimono n chimono
  • kin n (family) familio; (relatives) parentado; 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-cordia; bonitatosa; would you be so kind as to bon-volitiones; habebun vi la gentilitio di; kind-hearted bon-cordia || n (genre) género; (sort) specio; kindliness benignitio; bon-facemo; bon-volitiono; bonitato; bonitio; kindness bon-faço; bonitat(atc)o
  • kindergarten n ante-scolo
  • kindle vt accender || n kindling accendi-ligno
  • kindred adj parenta || n parentado
  • kinesis n (bio.) cineso; kinetics (biochem., chem.) cinesío || adj kinetic cinesisca
  • kinesthesia n cinéstheso
  • king n rejo; (chess: ♚) regiçho; kingdom regio; (gen., bio.) regnio; kingship regitio; kingcup (bot.: Caltha palustris) palud-caltho; kingfisher (zool.: Alcedinidae) altiono; kingpin (mech.) axi-clavilo || adj kingly regisca; king-size(d) extre granda
  • kink n (sharp twist or curve) torç(atc)o; [flaw or obstacle in a plan] defecto; obstáculo; [hair] búculo; crispatco; crispitio; [quirk] eccèntricatco; [informal: perversion] perversitio; (crick) crampo || vt torcer; (hair) bùculifer || vi (hair) bùculefer || adj kinky (perverse) eccèntricuçha; perversa; (hair) crispa
  • 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 chirsho
  • kismet n (force predetermining events) sorto; (premeditated destiny) destino
  • kiss vt basier || n basio
  • kit n (set, as of parts) completo; (accessories) accesorios; [furnishings] guarnatco; (equipment) ecuipatco; kit bag (also “kitbag”) soldat-saco; viaj-saco
  • kitchen n cocinayo; kitchenette cocinayeto
  • kite n draco; (zool.: Milvus) milvo
  • kith n kith and kin parentos et amicos
  • kitten n catolo || adj kittenish catolesca; (flirtatious) flirtema; (playful) jochema; vivaça
  • kittiwake n (zool.: Rissa) tri-dígita gavio
  • kitty n (fund) comuna fundalo; (cat) catucio; (vulg.) cuno
  • kiwi n (zool.: Apteryx) chiwio; (bot.: Actinidia) chiwii-fructo
  • kleptomania n cleptomanío; kleptomaniac cleptomaníaco
  • klutz n nehábilo; klutzy nehábila
  • knack n (skill, talent) hàbilitio; talento; (tendency) tendentio
  • knacker n (Brit.: horse butcher) cabal-mactisto
  • knapsack n dorsi-saco
  • knapweed n (bot.: Centaurea) centáureo
  • knave n (archaic: dishonest person) canalio; [trickster] pícaro; (in cards) vasleto; knavery (act) pìcaratco; (state) pìcaritio || adj knavish pícara
  • knead vt impaster || adj kneading trough impastuyo
  • knee n genúculo; on bended knee sur-genúcule; to be knee-deep in eser usche-genúcule en; kneecap patelo || adj knee-jerk autómata; instintasca
  • kneel vi (stand on knees) surgenùculeser; (get onto knees) ingenìculer; surgenùculecer
  • knell n sonifo je la morti-campanelo
  • knick-knack n bagatelo; ornivaçho
  • knickers n (also “knickerbockers”: trousers) braco; (Brit.: women’s or girls’ underpants) calceono
  • knife n cultelo; (any cutting instrument) sechiclo; paper knife paper-cultelo || vt cultelijer; [with dagger] pugnalijer; (fatally) picaz-asasinìer; picaz-occiser
  • knight n cabalario; (chess: ♞) cabalo; knighthood cabalariitio; (collective) cabalariado || vt cabalariifer || adj knightly cabalariesca; cabalariisca
  • knit vt tricoter; (unite) cumjunter; unioner; to knit the brows contractioner sua supercilios; (frown) froncer sua supercilios || vi (unite) cumjuntezer; unionezer || n knitting (act) tricoto; (result) tricotatco; knitting machine tricotatoro; knitting needle tricot-aco; tricoticlo
  • knob n botono; (control) turn-botono; (protuberance) convexatco; túbero
  • knock vt (to produce a sound by striking) fraper; (strike) colper; to knock one’s head against a wall colper sua cápito contre on muro; to knock down abatimenter; to knock off (kill) forifer; (stop) knock it off! cesationifes ecuilo!; laces li jam!; to knock out (boxing) nocauter; (destroy) destructer; [stop: electricity, supplies] secher; (exhaust) exhauster; [tire out] fatigazer; (in competition) elìminer; (produce) (haste, rápide) producter (aut fàbricher, facer, scriber); (strike out) eccolper; (stun) exturder; [make unconscious] desconciizer; to knock up (impregnate) gràvidifer || vi to knock up against shocher || n knocker (on a door) frapiclo; knockers (vulg.: breasts) tetos; knockout (boxing) nocauto || adj knock-kneed (med.) curv-gamba; valga
  • knoll n colineto || vt (archaic: knell) solemne proclamationer || vi (archaic: knell) solemne soner
  • knot n (string, etc.) nodo; Gordian knot Gordiisca nodo; to produce knots nodefer; to tie a knot in nodifer | (difficulty) imbarasanta stando; (in wood) túbero; (naut.) nodo; (tightly packed group) grupo; knotgrass (bot.: Polygonum) articulaturosa herbo || vt nodifer || vi nodefer || adj knotty (difficult) difícila; (of cords) nodosa; (of wood) tùberosa
  • knout n (hist.) nuto
  • know vt (by learning) saper; God knows Deo sapan; I don’t know mi ne sapan; I know that poem (I can recite it) mi sapan ecuila poetatco; let me know informes mi; to know a language saper on linguajo; to know a lesson saper on lectiono; to know by heart saper mémore; to know how to do something saper facer álico; (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 (I’ve read it) mi conoçan ecuila poetatco; to know by name cognocer álicu per luya nómino; cognocer la nómino; to know by sight cognocer álicu per vido; (recognize) ricognocer; (understand through the intellect) intelecter; (understand through the senses) comprenser || n knowledge sapo; (acquaintance) cognoço; (what is known) sapedo; to my knowledge (of a fact) secuno mea sapo; (of someone) secuno mea cognoço; without the knowledge of his father sine la sapo da sua patro; know-how expertitio; sapo || adj knowing (aware, conscious) concianta; (complicit) [look, smile] compliça; (cunning) astuta; sagaça; knowledgeable informita; known (by study, information) sapata; (familiar) cognoçata; (recognized) agnocita; it is known that... homi sapan che...; lo es sapata che...; to make known (divulge) divulgher; (publicize) publìciter; to make something known to someone (acquaint with) ficer álico cognoçata ad álicu; ficer álicu cognocer álico; (give information about) informer álicu sopre álico || adv knowingly concie; cum cognoço; cum sapo
  • knuckle n (of finger) dígit-articulaturo; (of meat) gareto; (tech.) juntatco || vi to knuckle under cesioner; submiser
  • knurl n molitatco || vt moliter
  • koala n (zool.: Phascolarctos cinereus) coalo
  • kobold n (myth., folk.) coboldo
  • kohlrabi n (bot. Brassica oleracea, group Gongylodes) napi-caulo
  • kokum n (bot.: Garcinia indica) garcinio; kokum butter (Goa butter) garcinii-óleo
  • kolkhoz n colchoz
  • kookaburra n (zool.: Dacelo) cucaburo
  • kopek n copeco
  • kopje n colineto
  • Koran n Corano
  • Korea n Corea; Korean Coreano || adj Korean Coreana
  • kosher adj cashera
  • kowtow vi cautauer
  • kraal n (African homestead) vilageto; (corral) curalo
  • krav maga n cravmagá
  • Kremlin n Cremlino
  • krypton n (chem.: Kr) criptono
  • kudos n famo; glorio; laudo; prestigio
  • kulak n culaco
  • kümmel n cúmelo; caraví-brandio
  • Kurd n Curdo; Kurdistan Curdia
  • Kuwait n Cuvaito
  • kwashiorkor n (path.) cuashiorcoro
  • Kyrgyzstan n Chirghizia; Kyrgyzstani Chirghiziano


L

  • label n esticueto
  • labor n (work) laboro; (of childbirth) partureço
  • laboratory n laboratorio
  • labr n laboro
  • lace n dentelo; lacio
  • lack vt ne haber || adj to be lacking mancher
  • laconic adj lacónica
  • lacquer n lacalo
  • lad n jùveniçho; 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, dòminiso; 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 to laminate làminifer; làminizer
  • lamp n lámpado; (light fixture) lùminiero
  • lance n lánceo; lancer lànceígero; lance-bearer lànceígero
  • 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 còmputatoro || 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) libìdinosa
  • lasso n laso
  • last adj (time and space) última; at last fine; post on longa témporo; during the last few months dum la última mensos; last but one ante-última; last-minute di la última horo; (past) pasinta; last night here nocte; last week pasinta septimano || vi (continue; endure) durationer
  • latch vt clinco
  • 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 rivido!
  • latex n látiço
  • Latin n (language) Latinenso; (person) [Roman] Latino; [Spaniard] Hispaniano; [Spanish-speaking] Hispaniófono
  • latitude n latitúdino
  • latte n láte-cafeo
  • latter adj (occurring nearer to the end than the beginning) afinala; (recent) recenta; the latter (the second of two mentioned things) duésima
  • 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) sponsioner; (a cloth) poner; (a tax) imposter; (a trap) poner; prèparer; (beat down, fell) abatimenter; (calm) calmifer; (deposit) depòsiter; (eggs) depòsiter (ovos); ovefer; (make lie down) jacifer; (put) deponer; jacifer; (set in order, arrange) aranger; to lay about circum-colper; colper ye omna látero; to lay apart poner aparte; to lay away forponer; to lay bare descòperter; exposer; nudifer; to lay down (arms) deponer (la armos); (define, state) èxplicher; poner cuomo principio; precisifer; (give up) cesioner; consigner; forlacer; renuntier; (make lie down) jacifer; (one’s life) dationer (sua vivo por); (put down) deponer; to lay hands on (acquire) acuisiter; (attack) atempter; violentier; to lay hold of prender; sacer; to lay in (store) amasifer; proviser; to lay on (apply) surponer; (daub) unger; (impute blame, etc.) ìmputer; (strike) colpazer; to lay out (arrange) aranger; (money) expenser; (outline) tractier; to lay over (cover) còperter; incruster; (spread) extenser; to lay siege to asedier; to lay up (a ship) desarmizer; desecuiper; (amass) amasifer; (confine to bed) prostrationifer en lecto; to 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; to lead a blindman guider ceco; to lead a dissolute life debauçher; to lead an army directioner armato; to lead astray erorifer; misconducer; to lead back retroconducer; to lead by the hand conducter an la manuo; to lead gas conductioner gaso (per túbulo); to lead in enconducer; to lead one’s troops marçher abante sua trupos; to lead the life of a hermit viver cuale eremito; to 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 to leaf through foliejer
  • league n confédero; ligatco
  • leak vt (container) lecher || vi (fluid) lechezer
  • lean vt incliner; (for support) apodier || vi to 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) èxiter de; (leave, permit) lacer; leave me alone! laces mi sola! || n by your leave cum vua permiso; to give leave congeder
  • Lebanon n Lìbania; Lebanese Lìbaniano
  • 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 herèditanto
  • 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 there be light! eses lúmino!; let’s dance! nos dances!; (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 libìdinisca; libidinous libìdinosa
  • library n bibliotheco
  • Libya n Libia; Libyan Libiano
  • license n licentio; license plate licentii-placo || vt licentiizer
  • lich n (fantasy) liçho; the Lich King (king of the liches) la Rejo di la liçhos; (who is a lich) la Liçha Rejo
  • lick vt licher
  • lid n copérculo; coperticlo
  • lie vi jacer; (tell a falsehood) mendacier; to lie down jacecer; to lie in wait imboschezer || n mendacio; to give the lie to (refute) dismenter
  • 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 || adj life-size natur-granda
  • lift vt lever
  • liftback n (auto.) liftbaco
  • light n lúmino; lighter accendiclo; lighthouse faro || vt accender; to lighten legerifer || adj (color) hela; light blue eyes hel-blava óculos; (gentle) lena; (weight) legera; light air (Beaufort level 1) vèntuleto
  • 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) cuale; símila ad; he’s like a machine ili es símila ad máchino || n the like(s) símilo(s) || vt (find agreeable, enjoyable, or satisfactory) amer; I like to watch ad mi plaçan spectationer; mi aman spectationer || adj (equal) ecuala; ecuìvalanta; metípsima; (similar) símila; children of like ability pueros di símila capàbilitio; like-minded opinanta metípsime
  • lily n lilio
  • limb n membro
  • lime n calço; (bot.: Citrus aurantifolia) [fruit] limo; [tree] limífero; (bot.: Tilia) (Brit.) tilio
  • limit n límito || vt lìmitizer || adj limited restrictata
  • limnology n limnòloghío; limnologist limnólogo
  • limousine n limusino
  • limpid adj límpida
  • lindworm n lindwormo
  • line n líneo; (field, area) line of business specio di afaros; (fishing) pischi-filo; (queue) codo; lining (of garment) fódero
  • linen n linatco
  • linguist n (person skilled in foreign languages) linguagisto; (person who studies linguistics) linguìstichisto; linguistics linguístico
  • link n lighiclo; (of a chain) caten-anelo
  • linoleum n linóleo
  • lint n linamento
  • lion n (zool.: Panthera leo) leono
  • lip n labio; lip balm bálsam-bastoneto; labii-bálsamo; lipstick labii-fard(izicl)o; labii-pastelo
  • lipid n (chem.) lípido
  • liqueur n licuoro
  • liquid n lícuido || vt to liquidate (fin.) lìcuidifer; to liquify lìcuidifer || 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 (bot.: Litchi chinensis) [fruit] liçhio; [tree] liçhiífero
  • liter n litro
  • literal adj literala
  • 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) hàbiter || adj lively vivaça
  • liver n fígato; hépato
  • livermorium n (chem.: Lv) livermorio
  • lizard n lacerto
  • load n càrico || vt (cargo, bullets, film, et al.) càrichifer; (put a load on something/someone) càrichizer; to download detrànsferer; to unload descàrichizer; to upload adtrànsferer
  • 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 loger || vt lojayizer || n lodger lojanto; lodging lojayo
  • log n busco; logwood (bot.: Haematoxylum campechianum) campeçho || vi to log on logoner; to log out deslogoner
  • logic n lógico || adj logical (characterized by logic) lògicosa; (in accordance with logic) lògicasca; (pertaining to logic) lògicisca
  • 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 vi to look at reguarder; to look after (supervise) superviser; to look up to respecter || n reguardo
  • loose adj (not firmly fixed) sóluta; [not dense] sóluta; [not packaged] sóluta; (not precise) [meaning] neprecisa; [style, interpretation] líbera; [translation] apròximita; (not taught) laxa; (not tight) [of clothes] ampla
  • loot vt sacheger
  • lopsided adj desecuilibrianta; nesimetra
  • lord n dómino; lord and master dómino et patrono || vi to lord it over dòminejer
  • 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 loterìer; 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.: Levisticum officinale) 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 to lower abaser; (prices) basifer; diminutioner
  • loyal adj leala
  • lubricate vt lubrìficher
  • 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 lámpado; lùminiero
  • lump n (bump) túbero; (clot) grumo; (compact mass) maseto; (swelling) tumatco
  • lunch n prandio
  • lung n pulmono
  • lure vt lurer; seducter
  • lush adj luxurianta
  • lust n libídino || adj lustful libìdinosa
  • lute n leuto; (clayish cement) luto
  • lutetium n (chem.: Lu) lutetio
  • Luxembourg n (city) Luxemburgo; (duchy) 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
  • madam n senioriso; (woman who runs a brothel) (bordel-)patroniso
  • 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 to magnetize magnetifer || adj magnetic magneta
  • magnificent adj grandiosa
  • magus n mago
  • mail n (system, service) postalo; email electrònichisca postalo; email address electrònichisca adirectio; incoming mail envenanta léteros; junk mail nedesìderata 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 (principal) çhefa; principala
  • 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 (produce) -efer; facer; made in China fàbrichita en Çhinia; facita en Çhinia; (calculate) càlculer; (cause to do or be) ficer; -ifer; (compel) coacter; òbligher; (destine) a face made for radio on facio destinita por radiòfonío; (equal) ecualeser ad; eser; (gain or earn) acuisiter; amasifer; ganier; (perform an act) facer; (prepare) òrdiner; prèparer; (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 cum (sine); to make good (accusation) prober; (claim) justìficher; (damage) pagher; rèparer; (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; trànsferer; to make up (accounts) facer bilanciatco di; (arrange) aranger; (clothes) factioner; (complete) completifer; (compose) composer; (comprise) consistifer; constituter; (cosmetics) fardizer; (costume) costumizer; (fabricate) fàbricher; fictioner; inventer; (invent) creer; inventer; (one’s mind) deciser; (prepare) prèparer; (printing) pàginifer; (put in order) òrdiner; (put together) cumponer; (redo) completifer; rifacer; (shape) formizer; (win back) riganier; to make-believe (that) imagination-jocher (che); imaginationer (che) || vi (act) make like a tree and scram! actes cuale on árboro et forcures!; to make free with acter, user sine ceremonio; (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) cumcarecier; (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; fàbricanto; fàbrichedoro; 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
  • malefic adj mal-faciva, -anta
  • Mali n Malía; Malian Malìano
  • malice n mal-volitiono || adj malicious mal-volitionanta; mal-volitionema
  • malign adj funesta
  • malignant adj (esp. med.) maligna
  • mall n comerciisca centro
  • mallet n màleeto
  • mallow n (bot.: Malva) malvo
  • Malta n Malta; Maltese Maltano
  • mammal n mamífero
  • man n (adult human male) hómino; humaniçho; [male associated with a particular place, activity, or occupation] -ano; -emo; -isto; Harvard man Harvardano; How ’bout you Jimmie, you an oak man? Et vi, Jacucio, es vi on cuerchemo?; (human being of either sex; person) humano; [humans in general] Man is an endangered species il humano es en perículo di extintiono; [individual] All men must die. All men must serve. Omnos devan morter. Omnos devan server.; Man (island) Monapia; Manxman Monapiano || afx -man -isto
  • 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
  • manioc n (bot.: Manihot esculenta) manioco
  • manner n manario; all manner of omna specios di || cor in that manner tale
  • mannikin n manechino
  • mansard n (roof) mansardo; (story) mansardo
  • manticore n (myth.) manticoro
  • mantle n manto
  • manual adj (by hand) manisca || n (handbook) manualo
  • manufacture vt fàbricher
  • 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) desòrdiner; (spoil, ruin) damner; (throw into disharmony) desconcordifer
  • marabou n (zool.: Leptoptilos) 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) navinfantrìano
  • 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 to get married (to) mariter si (cum); sponsecer (cum) || adj married maritita
  • Mars n (myth.) Mars; (planet) Marte; Mars’ hill Areópago
  • marsh n marsco
  • 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 màsculisca
  • 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-comùnicado; mass media amas-comùnichiclos; mediumos di amas-comùnicado
  • massacre vt masacrer
  • massage vt masager
  • massive adj masiva
  • mast n masto
  • mastectomy n (med.) mastectomío; to perform a mastectomy mastectomìer
  • 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 (bot.: Ilex paraguariensis) 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 May bug (zool.: Melolontha) melolontho | (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) rèferer ad; do you mean me? escue vi réferan ad mi?; (signify) signìficher
  • measure n mensuro || vt mensurer
  • meat n carno
  • mechanic n (autos, etc.) máchin-rèparisto; (machinist) màchinisto; (manufacturer) fàbrichisto; (archaic: artisan) artisano; minsteriisto; mechanician mecànichisto; mechanics (science of motion) mecánico; mechanism mecanismo || adj mechanical (machinelike) màchinesca; (relative to machines) màchinisca; (relative to mechanics) mecànichisca
  • medal n medalio
  • medalion n medaliono
  • meddle vi mixturer si (en); to meddle with mixturer si en
  • media n (of communication) comùnichiclos
  • median adj (anat., geom.) mediana || n (anat., geom.) mediano
  • 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 vt (think over, ponder) mèditer
  • 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 cumvener; incontrer || n meeting cumveno; 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 (bot.: Melilotus) 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 enmèmoruyifer
  • memory n mémoro
  • mendelevium n (chem.: Md) mendelevio
  • menopause n menopauso
  • menstruate vi mènstruer
  • menthol n (chem.) 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 cumfusioner
  • meridian n meridiano
  • merit n mérito || adj meriting mèritanta
  • merlon n merlono
  • mermaid n (myth.) mar-nimfo
  • merry adj alecra; joyosa; to make merry amuzezer; fester || n merry-go-round caroselo
  • mescaline n (chem.) mescalino
  • Mesopotamia n Mesopotamia; Mesopotamian Mesopotamiano
  • mesozoan n mesozoo || adj Mesozoic Mesozo-erarisca; Mesozoic era Mesozo-eraro
  • message n misajo || vt (someone) misagijer
  • messenger n misagisto
  • messiah n mesío
  • metal n metalo
  • metallurgy n metalurghío; metallurgist metalurgo
  • metamorphose vt metamòrfozer || n metamorphosis metamórfozo
  • metaphor n metáforo
  • meteor n meteoro; meteorite meteorite
  • meter n metro; 10 meters long longa ye 10 metros; 10 meters longer plu longa per 10 metros
  • methadone n (pharm.) methadono
  • method n méthodo
  • meticulous adj metìculosa
  • metropolis n civitatazo; metrópolo
  • metropolitan adj metròpolana || n (bishop) metròpolano
  • Mexico n México; Mexican Mèxicano
  • micro- afx micro- || n microcar microvecturo; microfilm microfilmo; microwave micro-undo || vt to 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 obstètrichist(is)o
  • mien n vulto
  • migrate vi migrer || adj migratory migranta; migratory bird migranta aucelo
  • mild adj lena; (medicines, diseases) benigna
  • mildew n milduo
  • mile n milio
  • militant adj mìlitanta
  • 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 (bot.) milieto
  • 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 halùcinifanta
  • mine n (for minerals) minerayo; minererío; coal mine carbon-minerayo; miner mineristo; this book is a mine of information ecuista libro es on minerayo di informos; work down the mine laborer en la minerayo; (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) minerer (mineratco) en regiono; (minerals) minerer (mineratco); to mine for something àperer on minerayo 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
  • mire n turfayo
  • 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 nèbuleto
  • mistake n eroro; to make a mistake erorer || adj mistaken eror(ífer)a
  • mistletoe n visco
  • mite vt (zool.: Acari) 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 gèmiter
  • moat n fosato
  • mobile adj (capable of movement) moveziva; (movable) movébila; mobile network operator célul-retisca operatanto || vt to mobilize mobilizer
  • mocha n mocacino; mocha-cafeo
  • mock vt deriser
  • mode n modalo
  • model n modelo; (art, fashion) modelo
  • modem n modemo
  • moderate vt mòderer
  • modern adj moderna
  • modest adj (not bold or presumptuous) modesta; (shy, reserved, esp. of body, sex, etc.) pudorosa || n modesty pudoro
  • modify vt modìficher
  • modillion n (archit.) modiliono
  • modulate vt modulationer
  • Mohammed n Muhammad
  • moist adj hùmideta
  • mold n moldo; mucoro
  • Moldova n Moldovia; Moldovian Moldoviano
  • mole n (arch.) molono; (derm.) nevo; (zool.: Talpidae) 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 Mònecano
  • monastery n mònacayo
  • 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 monòtonitio; monotony monòtonitio || 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 mutuaçher || n mutuaçhedoro
  • mood n humoro
  • moon n luno; full moon plena 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
  • moonkin n (fantasy) lunaro
  • moor n (heath) brucayo; Moor Mauro || vt (fasten) anmarijer || adj mooring cable anmaro
  • mop n mopo
  • moped n mopedo
  • moral adj (ethical) èthicasca; (honest) honesta; (morally good) èthicosa; (pertaining to ethics) èthichisca; (pertaining to morality) èthichisca || 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 pugni-colper 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 còmputatoro haban plu granda mèmorivitio 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 (zool.: Culicidae) moschito
  • moss n musco
  • most adj maxim multa; máxima; for the most part en la maxim granda parto; most men maxim multa hóminos; with the most care cum la máxima atento || 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 || prn 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 posìbilitio
  • motel n motelo
  • moth n faleno; clothes moth vest-faleno
  • mother n gènitintiso; matro; grandmother avioliso; mother-in-law afina matro; sòceriso
  • 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; motorhome motor-domo
  • 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) èlever || vi (prices) augmentezer; to dismount (from horse, bike, etc.) deselecer || n (mountain) montáneo; (riding animal) cabàlichedo; (support, setting, as for jewel) montatco || adj mounted (as jewel, etc.) montita; (on horseback) cabàlicanta; surseluna
  • mountain n montáneo; mountain range montaniado || adj mountainous montàneosa
  • mourn vt luger || adj mournful desjoyosa; trista
  • mouse n (zool.: Mus) sóriço
  • mouth n buco; (river) ecfluayo; mouthpiece imbucaturo
  • move vt mover || vi movezer; transresidecer; to move in with someone vivecer cum 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) multìplicher || vi multecer
  • mumble vt mùrmuraçher
  • municipality n munìcipio
  • munition n munitiono
  • murder vt asasinìer || n asasinío
  • murmur vt mùrmurer
  • murre n (zool.: Uria) 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 mùsicòloghío; musicologist mùsicólogo
  • muslim n Islamisto
  • muslin n calicoto
  • mussel n muslo
  • must v dever; the spice must flow! la spicio devan fluer!; that must be -ed -end- || n (grape juice) musto || adj must-see spectationenda
  • mustache n mustáceo
  • mustard n mustardo
  • mutate vi mutationer || n mutant mutationinto; mutation mutation(atc)o
  • mute adj muta
  • mutilate vt mùtiler
  • mutter vt mùrmuraçher
  • mutton n ovin-carno
  • mutual adj recíproca || adv mutually recíproche
  • Mx n (gender-neutral title) Senioro
  • my pos mea || prn myself mi (ipsa); by myself sole
  • Myanmar n Birma
  • myopia n miopitio; myope miopo || adj myopic miopa
  • myrica n (bot.: Myrica) mirico
  • myrrh n mirho
  • myrtle n (bot.: Myrtus) mirto
  • mystery n misterio || adj mysterious misteriosa
  • mystical adj mística
  • myth n mitho


N

  • Nahuatl n (language) Nawatlo; (person) Nawatlófono
  • nail n (anat) úngulo; (metal) clovo; nail file ùngul-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; to call names insulter; what is your name? cua es vua nómino?; cue homi vocan vi?; cue vi nòminijezan?; namesake homónimo; nickname surnómino || vt (for an office) nòminijer; (give a name to) nòminizer; (say the name of) nòminijer (álicu per álico); to call (one) names nòminaçhizer; to name after nòminizer aluse je; to nickname surnòminizer || vi (to be named, to be called) nòminijezer (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 to narrow down (search, possibilities) restricter
  • narthex n (archit.) narthiço
  • nation n nationo; nationality (of an individual) nationischitio; (of nation as a whole) nationitio || vt to nationalize nationanifer || adj national nationisca
  • native adj ennacinta; indígena
  • nature n naturo; naturalist natureschisto; (scientist) natur-cientiisto; naturalistic natureschismo || vt to naturalize civitatanifer; nationanifer; (acclimate) aclìmater || adj natural naturisca; natural history natur-cientio; naturalistic naturesca || adv naturally (evidently) comprensébile; sine dúbito
  • Nauru n Naurua; Nauruan Nauruano
  • nausea n náuseo || vt to nauseate nàuseifer || adj nauseous nàuseanta
  • Navarre n Navara
  • navel n umbílico
  • navigate vt nàvigher
  • 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 (med) necrozo
  • nectarine n (bot.: Prunus persica, var. nectarina) nectarino
  • need vt besonier || adj needless to say... 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
  • neigh vi hiner
  • neighbor n vicino; neighborhood vicinayo || adj neighboring vicina
  • neither adv me neither anche mi ne; neither...nor nec...nec
  • nematode n (zool.: Nematoda) nematodo
  • neodymium n (chem.: Nd) neodimio
  • neon n (chem.: Ne) neono
  • neonate n neonato; nov-nacinto
  • neoprene n neopreno
  • Nepal n Nepalia; Nepali Nepaliano
  • nephew n nepòtuliçho
  • 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; the Net (Internet) la Interreto; network reto || adj (after deductions) neta
  • Netherlands n Nederlandia; Netherlander Nederlandiano
  • nett adj neta
  • neurosis n (med.) neurozo || adj neurotic neurózaca
  • 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; newborn nov-nacinto; newspaper jurnalo
  • New Zealand n Nov-Zelandia; New Zealander Nov-Zelandiano
  • newt vt (zool.: Pleurodelinae) tritono
  • 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 agratábila
  • nickel n (chem.: Ni) níchelo
  • niece n nepòtuliso
  • 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; nightjar (zool.: Caprimulgidae) caprimúlgido; (zool.: Caprimulgus) caprimulgo; nightlife noctisca mundumo; nightmare incubalo; nightshade (bot.: Atropa belladonna) beladono
  • 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 (chem.) nitrato
  • nitric adj nitrata; nitric acid nítrica ácido
  • nitride n (chem.) nitruro
  • nitrite n (chem.) 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 túbero
  • 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; to make notes in the margin notizer la márgino; sick note certífico je malatitio; notebook cuaderno || vt (note down) noter
  • nothing cor nulo
  • notice n adviso || vt detecter; remarcher; to give notice to adviser
  • notify vt notìficher
  • 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 (at the present time) nun; and now for something completely different et nun álico tote dìferanta; 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 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; I’m busy just now mi es òcupata ecuist-instante | (a moment ago) jus; now and then de témporo ad témporo; tèmporope; 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 volitionan 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 cifro
  • numerator n numeratoro
  • numerous adj nombrosa
  • nun n mònachiso; nunnery mònachisayo
  • nurse n fleghisto || vt (care for the sick) flegher
  • nut n (bot.) nuço; (for bolt) buloniso; (vulg.: testicle) coleono
  • nylon n nilono


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  • o'clock n cloco; it is five o’clock lo es cinca clocos; it is one o’clock lo es una cloco
  • oak n (bot.: Quercus) 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 necròloghìatco
  • object n (anything presented to the mind, senses) objecto; (gram.) objecto || vi 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 obstètrichisca
  • obstinate adj obstinanta
  • obstruct vt obstructer
  • obtain vt obtiner
  • obtuse adj obtusa
  • obverse adj obversa
  • obvious adj evidenta
  • occasion n (cause) causo; (favorable time) oportuno; (happening) evento; (instance, circumstance, time) veço; (particular time or instance of an event) ocasiono || adj occasional (for one occasion) ocasionisca; (now and then) álichi-veça || adv occasionally an álica veços; de témporo ad témporo
  • occupy vt òcuper || adj occupied òcupata
  • occur vi (happen) eventer; (to the mind) vener en mento; vener en penso
  • ocean n océano; Oceania Ocèania; oceanography ocèanògrafío
  • October n Octobro
  • octopus n pólipo
  • odd adj extránea
  • odometer n odómetro
  • odontology n odontòloghío
  • Odysseus n Odíseo
  • odyssey n odiseo
  • of prep (possession, relationship) di; the enemy of my enemy is my friend la inimico di mea inimico es mea amico; [before possessive pronouns] that kid of yours ecuila puero vua; (a kind of) a turd of a show on merda spectáculo; (agent, authorship) da; the book of Job la libro da Iob; (concerning) sopre; Of Mice and Men Sopre sóriços et hóminos; (consisting of) ec; a house of straw on domo ec páleo; [quantity] the sum of B⃦30 la sumo de 30 B⃦; (contents; thing measured) de; a barrel of monkeys on barilo de simios; a pound of flesh on librilo de carno; a spoonful of sugar on plen-coclearo de súcaro; (origin, derivation, starting point) de; men of the West hóminos de Occidento; (specific name) [after general category] the month of May la menso Mayo; 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; a place three kilometers off on loco distanta per tria km; three centimeters off of her an tria centímetros de eli | [far] fore; far off from here for hic; off in the distance fore; some way off cualche fora | [broken off] derumpita; [com.] ten percent off deço po cento rebase; [departing] be off! fore!; I’m off mi vadan; let’s be off! nos vad(ec)es!; off with her! forconduces eli!; fore cum eli!; off with you! fore!; foreces!; forvades!; they ran off los forcurin; [from work] he’s off sick li es absenta pro malatitio; I’m off at five o’clock mi es líbera an cinca clocos; I’m off Fridays mi ne laboran Vènerdie; to take a day off prenser (ad si) on repaus-dio | [removed] desfixita; deslighita; sèparita; hands off! fore vua manuos!; hats off! fore vostra capelos!; the clasp is off la agrafo es deslighita; with his shoes off cum iluya calcéolos deponita | [switched off] (elec. apparatus) extinguita; (tap, water, gas) cludita; [time] future; post (témporo); the convention is four days off la cumveno es cuatra dios future; la cumveno esun post cuatra dios; off and on cum interrumpos; de témporo ad témporo; intermitante; right off, straight off imediate || adj (canceled) anulita; the marriage is off la marito es rumpita; (elec., mech.) in the off position en la positiono di extinguo/cludo; (not right) nejusta; [inopportune] desoportuna; [subpar] subnorma; an off day on subnorma dio; offbeat eccéntrica; offhand (without concern) sine destrancuilitio; off-color di nejusta coloro; off-peak exter puntal-horos; off-putting (unpleasant) desagratábila; off-road omni-terena; off-white presche blanca; offhand (abrupt) brusca; (disdainful) desdignationosa; (immediate) imediata; (indifferent) indiferenta; (ungraciously nonchalant) sine respecto; (without hesitation) sine hésito; (without previous thought or consideration) improvisita; sine consídero; sine penso; offline (cmptr) exter líneo; (elec.) desconectita; offside exter la límito || n off-season exter-sationo; offbeat (mus.) débil-pulso; offset (print) ofseto; offshoot súrculo; offspring prolo || prep (away from) de (sur); for; keep off the moors restes for la brucayos; off campus for la universitati-tereno; to fall off a table cader de (sur) on ménsulo; [com.] to take 10 percent off the price rebaser la pretio ye deço po cento | [outside] exter; [removed] off the hinges sèparita de la cárdinos; the lid is off the jar la copérculo es desfixita de la jaro; there are three buttons off my shirt ad mea camisio mancan tria botonos; (abstaining from) I’m off meat mi ne pluse manjan carno; to be off one’s food ne haber apetito; (near) a house just off Maple Street on domo proxim strado Maple; a road off Maple Street on vialo perpendiculara ad strado Maple; a street off the square on strado departuranta de la pláteo; off the coast juxte la ripo; off the coast of Lisbon mare abante/proxim Lisboa; the ship is off the harbor la navo es abante/proxim la portuo
  • offend vt ofenser || n offense (criminal) delicto; to commit an offense delicter
  • offer vt òferer || n to make an offer facer ófero
  • 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
  • often adv frecuente
  • ogre n ogro
  • oh! inter o!
  • oil n óleo; oilcan òleiziclo
  • okapi n (zool.: Okapia johnstoni) ocapio
  • old adj (not new, of long standing) vétera; an old friend vétera amico; old guard vétera guardistado; Old Testament Vétera Testamento; Old World Vétera Mundo; age-old vèteraza; (not young, having long existed) vécula; an old person on véculo; how old are you? cuante vi etatan?; old age vèculitio; to be 20 years old etater dudeça anuos; to be old enough to sufiçante etater por; (ancient, bygone) anticua; an old dance on anticua danço; Old High German anticua alt-Alemanenso; (experienced) experientiosa; (former) ántea; the old regime la ántea regímino || n 20-year-old dudeç-anuo; etatanto de dudeça anuos
  • olive n olivo; olive tree olivífero
  • Olympus n Olimpo || adj Olympic Games olímpicos
  • Oman n Omania; Omani Omaniano
  • omelette n omeleto
  • omen n àugurío
  • ominous adj maláugura
  • omit vt omiser
  • on prep (in physical contact with and supported by) sur; the fool on the hill la stulto sur la colino | [contiguous to] an; a house on the river on domo an la fluvio; a ladder on the wall on manu-scalario an la muro; [one’s person] I don’t have any cash on me mi ne haban contanto cum mi; (about) sopre; On the Origin of Species Sopre la orígino di specios; (added to) a few cents on the bill won’t kill us cualca centavos aditione ad la cálculo ne mortifun nos; (against) contre; to fire on a crowd disparer contre on turbo; to march on Rome marçher contre Roma; (engaged in) I’m on a new project mi laboran sopre on nova projecto; on business por afaros; with Louis Armstrong on trumpet cum Lous Armstrong an trompeto; (indicating medium) en; per; because you’re on television, dummy! pro che vi es en televisiono, stulto!; made on a Mac facita per on Macintosh; my résumé’s (stored) on my computer mea curículo es en mea còmputatoro; they announced it on the radio homi anuntiin lo radiófone/per radiófono; (indicating membership) eser on membro di; I’m on the committee mi es on comitatano; mi es on membro di la comitato; (indicating time) [after] post; on examination post exámino; on further inquiry post plusa cuestiono | [at the time of] an; on entering entrante; on her arrival an eluya arivo | [day or part of day] an; on a pale afternoon an on pálida postmeridio; on May 1 an 1 Mayo; on Saturday an Sábato; on that day an ecuila dio | [days or part of days] -e; on Saturdays Sábate; (paid for by) drinks are on me mi pagun la bibedos; it’s on the house la domo pagan; (regularly taking, consuming) he’s back on drugs ili denove droghizan si; he’s on a soy diet ili secuan on regímino di soyo; I’m on bug powder mi prendan insecticido; on account of pro; on credit crédite; ye crédito; on fire ardanta; en flamos; on hand disposébila; (in store) en botheco; on high supre; ye la supro; on purpose intente; volitione; on sight an vido; on the other side of trans; on the right dextre; on the way dum la vialo; dum-viale; on the whole sume; on this side of cis; onto adsur || n onbeat (mus.) forta pulso; onlooker spectationanto; onrush undazo; onset (attack) ataco; (beginning) aparo; cominitio; onslaught asalto || adj on-message misajasca; on-screen en-scherma; oncoming advenanta; ongoing (continuing) durationanta; (in progress) progresanta; I cannot comment on an ongoing investigation mi ne potan comenter on incuesto progresanta; online (cmptr.) [connected to the Web] en-línea; [pertaining to the Web] retisca; (elec.) conectita || adv (in physical contact with and supported by something) fixita; lighita; make sure the lid’s on certifes che la copérculo es fixita | [of clothing] surponita; (further) pluse; and so on et tale pluse; far on in the night valde tarde; to play on continuationer luder; to read on lecturer pluse | [forward] adabántee; on! adabántee! | [still] incore; to live on incore viver; (taking place, being presented) anything good on tonight? es álico bona presentationuta hodie véspere?; what’s on? cuo presentationata?; [due to take place as planned] is the meeting still on tonight? es la cumveno incore eventunta hodie véspere?; (working) are you on tomorrow? (on duty) laborun vi demane? | [of actors] en cenayo; [of broadcasters] transmisanta; [of machines] funtionanta; [turned on] (elec., mec.) accensionita; (tap, water, gas) àperita; on and off cum interrumpos; de témporo ad témporo; intermitante; on and on sine fino
  • 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 mere on 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 òcupata
  • onomastikon n onomástico
  • onomatopoeia n onomatopeyo
  • oof inter uf!
  • oops inter ups!
  • open vt àperer || n opening (act) ápero; (aperture) àperatco || adj (not enclosed) aperta; (opened) àperita; open-heart surgery chirurghío je aperta cordio || adv openly aperte; (frankly) cándide
  • opera n ópero; operetta òpereto
  • 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 to have an opinion opiner; to have same opinions acorder
  • opium n opio
  • opossum n opósumo
  • opportune adj oportuna || n opportunity (favorable circumstances or time) oportuno; to seize the opportunity prender (aut capter) la oportuno
  • oppose vt (be resistant to) oponer; (to place opposite) oposer || adj opposite oposita
  • oppress vt opreser
  • optics n óptico; optician òptichisto
  • option n (alternative) alternativo; (bus, law, et al.) optiono || adj optional optiona; permisata; (not mandatory) facultativa
  • optometer n optómetro; optometrist optòmetristo; optometry optòmetrío
  • 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
  • orc n (fantasy; also “ork”) urco
  • orchard n fruct-àrborayo
  • orchestra n orchestro
  • orchil n (bot.: Roccella tinctoria, et al.) orcelo
  • ordain vt ordinationer
  • ordeal n èprobazo; (hist) ordalío
  • order n (arrangement) órdino; (command) mandationo; (in a restaurant) portiono; (rel, mil) ordo || vt (command) mandationer; (goods, dinner, etc.) peter || adj ordinal òrdinisca || prep in order to por che
  • ordinary adj ordinaria
  • ore n mineratco
  • organ n (instr., antat.) órgano; my brain? it’s my second favorite organ mea cerebro? li es mea duésima prèferata órgano; (mus.) organilo
  • organism n organismo
  • organize vt aranger; òrganizer; prèparer || n organization òrganizatco
  • orgasm n orgasmo || vi orgasmer
  • orgy n orgio
  • Orient n Oriento
  • orientate vt orientationer
  • origin n orígino || vi to originate cominitier; devener; haber orígino en; nacer || adj original orìginisca
  • ornament n ornivo
  • orthodontics n orthodóntico; orthodontist orthodòntichisto
  • orthodox adj orthodoxa
  • orthogonal adj orthógona
  • oscillate vi ociler
  • osmium n (chem.: Os) osmio
  • ostensible adj asertita; semblanta
  • osteopathy n osteòpathío
  • osteoplasty n osteoplastio
  • otary n (zool.: Otariidae) otario
  • other adj áltera || adv otherwise áltere
  • otology n otòloghío
  • otorhinolaryngology n otorinolaringòlogío; otorhinolaryngologist otorinolaringólogo
  • ounce n uncio
  • our pos nostra
  • -ous afx -ífera; -ígera; -osa
  • out adv (away, not in) éxtere; fore; he’s out for the afternoon ili esun fore dum la postmeridio; 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; to be out and about again eser sana denove; to have a day out pasifer dio exterdome; (in all directions) dis-; to 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 Mòngolia; 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) cercher; objectivifer; to be out for money objectivifer pecunio; (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!; out for (have as goal) cercanta; objectivifanta; she’s out for blood eli cercan sánguino; out of (cause, motive) pro; out of charity pro caritato; out of hatred pro odio | (from among) ec; four out of five doctors cuatra ec cinca médicos | (origin) ec; a witch made out of wood on strigo ec ligno; drink out of a glass biber ec bicario; read out of a book lecturer ec libro | (outside) exter; out of countenance confusita; out of danger ecvadinta la perículo; out of favor desfavorata; out of hand negubernébila; out of order (against rules) nerègulasca; (disordered) desòrdinita; (not functioning) nefuntionanta; (not in sequence) exterórdina; out of place (inappropriate) neconvenanta; (inconvenient) neoportuna; (misplaced) misponita; out of print la èditatco exhaustezin; nevidébila; out of sight, out of mind for la vido, for la mento; out of tune neacordaturita; out of use neusata; out of work sine empleo | (outside from within) ec; (without) I’m out of money mancan ad mi pecunio; mi es sine pecunio; mi ne haban plusa pecunio; out of it (stuporous) stuporanta; outwards adéxtere || 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 èditita; la libro es vendata; the movie is now out on video la películo jam es en vídeo; (in the open) cognoçata; out with it! dices lo!; informes nos!; your secret’s out vua secreto es descòpertita | [not concealing one’s homosexuality] exter la armario; exter-armaria; (not an option) neconsìderanda; neposíbila; (on strike) exòperanta; (passé) exmoda; (sports) the ball is out la bulo es éxtera; la bulo es exterterena | [loser] elìminita; (switched off) extinguita; (to or at an end) consumita; exhaustita; before the week was out ante che la septimano finezin; (unconscious) neconcianta; sine concio; out-and-out absoluta; completa; perfecta; usche-osta; outer éxtera; outer harbor abante-portuo; outward éxtera; (for appearance only) neprofunda; neseriosa; superficiisca; outermost maxim éxtera; maxim extrema || n outing (excursion) excursiono; (revelation of someone else’s secret) exter-armariifo || vt (expose as homosexual) exter-armariifer || afx out- (better, to greater degree) sor-; (external) exter-; (going outward) ec-
  • outback n (hinterland) détrea paeso
  • outbid vt soròferer
  • outbound adj éxita
  • outbreak n (insurrection) exploso; rebeliono; 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
  • outdoor adj en líbera airo; exterdoma || adv outdoors exterdome; éxtere; sub aperta celo
  • outfit vt ecuiper; proviser; (arm) armizer; (clothe) vestizer || n ecuipatco; outfitter ecuipatchi-vendisto; vesti-vendisto
  • outflank vt circumder la flanco; sorflanchejer
  • outflow n ecfluo; ecmigro
  • outgeneral vt sortàctichijer; vincer
  • outgrow vt sorcrecer; sorgrandecer; sorvader
  • outgrowth n surcreçatco
  • outhouse n éxtera latrinayo
  • outlandish adj bizara; extránea
  • outlast vt sordurationer
  • 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
  • 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 abòminanda; insultanta; scàndalosa; verecundanda
  • outrider n láter-cabàlicanto
  • outright adv (completely) complete; (immediately) imediate
  • outrun vt sorcurer
  • outset n cominitio
  • outshine vt eclipser; sorbriler
  • outside n èxteratco; outsider éxtero; (foreigner) extraneario || adj éxtera || adv éxtere || prep exter
  • 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
  • outvote vt sorvotationer
  • outweigh vt sorpeser
  • outwit vt superstratagemijer
  • outwork n éxtera fortìficatcos
  • 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; [in preference to] préfere cam; [more than] plu multe cam; over and above ultre | [upon] sur; (across) trans; [beyond] preter; get over it! supereces lo! | [by means of] per; over the PA laut-parlatore/per laut-parlatoro | [concerning] sopre; a disagreement over what to do on desacordo sopre cuo facer | [throughout] tra (aut en la tota; (space) en omna parto di; (time) dum || n (cricket) serio (de ses jactos) || adj (finished) finita; pasinta; the danger is over la perículo pasin; this isn’t over yet ecuisto incore ne es finita; (higher) [excessive] nima; (remaining) there are two over duo restan || adv (above) súpere; (across) transe; [in the place mentioned; not usually translated] over here hic | [throughout] tote; (space) en omna parto; all the world over tra la tota mundo; red all over tote rúbea; (again) over and over plur-vece; sine cesationo || afx over- (above) super-; (beyond) preter-; (too much) nim
  • overall adj tota || n overalls (worker’s) labor-pantalono
  • overarch vt vòlvitizer
  • overawe vt tìmidifer
  • overbalance vt desecuilibriifer; plupeser; superpeser
  • overbearing adj aroganta; mandationema; superba
  • overbid vt superòferer; (outbid) soròferer
  • overboard adv aden la maro; adtrans la bordo
  • overburden vt nim càrichizer
  • 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) exàgerer; (exceed) ecceser; (exhaust oneself) fatigazer si; (overcook) nim cociner; (overuse) nim user
  • overdraft n supertrato
  • overdraw vt (exaggerate) exàgerer; (fin.) ecceser crédito
  • overdress vt nim vestizer
  • overdue adj 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 exàminer; inspecter; (overtake) preter-paser
  • overhead adv en la celo; súpere || adj súpera || n (com.) generala expensos; overhead projector spécul-projectioniclo
  • overlade vt nim càrichizer
  • overlap vt ìmbricher
  • overlay vt (cover) còperter; (lie on) jacer sur
  • overload vt nim càrichizer
  • 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.) exàminer; inspecter; parlecturer; (pardon) cluder sua óculos sopre; indulger; perdoner
  • overmaster vt vincer || adj overmastering dominationanta; negubernébila
  • overmatch vt dòmiter; 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 pòpulizita
  • overplus n plusatco
  • overpower vt dominationer; dòmiter; 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) ìmbricher
  • 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; evìgilezer nim tarde
  • overspread vt tote còperter
  • overstate vt exàgerer
  • overstep vt transpaser
  • overt adj aperta; neabscondita; pública; vidébila
  • overtake vt preter-paser
  • 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) càricazizer; necher || adj overwhelming aplastanta; càricazizanta; 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 (zool.: Strigiformes) strijo; [zool.: Asio] asiono; aurícul-strijo; [zool.: Athene noctua] noctuo; [zool.: Bubo] bubo; corni-strijo; [zool.: Strix aluco] uluco; [zool.: Tyto] titono; tur-strijo
  • owlkin n (fantasy) strigesco
  • 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 òxidifer
  • 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 òrganizita 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
  • palatine adj (pol., hist.) palatine
  • pale adj (light in color) hela; a pale blue dress on hel-blava túnico; (pallid) pálida; a summer-camp for pale, young boys on estati-colonio por pálida, júvena pueriçhos
  • Palestine n Palestina; Palestinian Palestinano
  • paletot n (hist.) paletoto
  • palette n (painter’s) picti-tàbuleto
  • palfrey n (hist.: riding horse) paraveredo
  • pall n fúner-tuco; trista atmósfero
  • palladium n (chem.: Pd) paladio
  • palliate vt palier
  • palm n (bot.: Arecaceae) [tree] palmario; [frond] palmarii-folio; (of the hand) palmo
  • 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.: Ailuropoda melanoleuca) pando; red panda (zool.: Ailurus fulgens) parva pando; rúbea pando; Pandaren (fantasy) Pandariano
  • panel n panelo
  • pangolin n (zool.: Manidae) pangolino
  • panic n pánico || vi pànicher
  • panicle n (bot.) panículo
  • pant vi anheler || n pant leg pantalon-gambo
  • panties n calceoneto
  • pantomime n pantomimatco; pantomimist pantomimo
  • pantry n manged-armario
  • pants n pantalono; to wear the pants (informal: be the dominant partner in a relationship) mandationer; who wears the pants here, you or her? cuu hic vestejan la pantalono, vi aut eli?; cuu mandationan hic, vi aut eli?
  • pantyhose n nilona càlceazo
  • paper n papero; paperboard paper-cartono
  • paprika n pàpricatco
  • Papua New Guinea n Pápuia-Nov-Guinea; New Guinean Pápuia-Nov-Guineano
  • papyrus n (bot.: Cyperus papyrus) papiro
  • par n (fin.) paritato; at par paritate | (golf) normo
  • parachute n paracado
  • parade vi (march in file) desfiler; (march in formal procession) parader
  • paradigm n paradigmo
  • paradise n paradiso
  • paraffin n parafino
  • Paraguay n Paraguaia; Paraguayan Paraguaiano
  • parakeet n (zool.) papagayeto; perichito
  • parallel adj paralela
  • paranoia n paranoyo || adj paranoid paranóyaca
  • parapet n parapeto
  • parasite n parásito; parasitology paràsitòloghío
  • paratrooper n paracadista soldato
  • parcel n pacheto; (of land) parcelo
  • pardon vt perdoner || n I beg your pardon (vua) perdono
  • parent n gènitinto; genitoro
  • parenthesis n paréntheso
  • parish n pàrochio; parish priest pároco
  • park n párico || vt parcher || adj parking brake manu-freno; parking space parchi-spatio
  • parliament n parlamento
  • parody n parodío || vt parodìer
  • parrot n (zool.: Psittacoidea, Strigopoidea) 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; sèparer si || adv partly parte || afx part of a whole -avo
  • parterre n (theat.) partero
  • participle n participio
  • particle n partículo; particleboard aglòmerita ligno
  • particular adj (specific, peculiar) particulara; (fastidious) èxigema; (precise) exacta; precisa; (scrupulous) scrùpulosa; (singular) extránea; única || adv particularly (more than usual, more than average) particulare; (specifically) particulare; (chiefly) principale; (specially) speciale || n particularity (quality) particularitio; (thing, detail) particularatco || vt to particularize detalier; particularifer
  • partisan n partitano
  • partridge n perdiço
  • party n festo; (pol.) partito || vi fester
  • parvenu n parvenúo
  • pasha n (hist.) pasha
  • pass vi paser || vt pasifer; to pass the night pasifer la nocto; to pass the salt pasifer la salo; (test) succeser en || n to make a pass at facer abantios ad; password contresigno || adj passed due tardecinta
  • 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 pathòloghío; pathologist pathólogo
  • pathos n pathètichitio
  • patient n curationato; patience patientitio || vt patience to 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 to patronize patrociner
  • pattern n (design) designiatcado; (in figure form) patronelo; (model) modelo
  • pauldron n spàdularazo
  • pause vi pauser || n pauso
  • pave vt pavimentizer || n pavement pavimentio
  • pavilion n paviliono
  • paw n pato
  • pawl vt rot-clinco
  • pawn n (chess: ♟) pedono; (pledge, security) pígnoro || vt pìgnorifer
  • pay vt (a bill, debt, etc.) pagher; (make a payment of) pagher per; (someone) pagher; to pay off (a bill, etc.) 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 turfo; peat bog turfayo
  • peculiar adj (strange, odd) extránea; peculiar to (exclusive to) propria ad
  • pedal n pedalo || vt pedalijer
  • pedant n pedanto || adj pedantic pedanta
  • pedestal n pedestalo
  • pediatrics n pediatrío; pediatrician pediatro
  • pedicure n pedicurío || vt pedicurìer
  • peel n córtiço; apple peel pom-córtiço || vt descòrticizer
  • peevish adj acri-humor(ífer)a
  • pegasus n (myth.) pégaso
  • pelerine n (hist.) pelerino
  • pellet n (light shot) cugleto
  • pelt n pelto
  • pelvis n pelvo
  • pen n penino; plumo; ballpoint pen bul-penino; fountain pen fontan-penino; penknife poc-culteleto
  • penalize vt puner
  • pencil n lápido
  • pendulum n péndulo
  • penetrate vt pènetrer
  • penicillin n penicilino
  • penicillium n penicilio
  • peninsula n penínsulo
  • penis n penilo
  • penny n penny; penny bun (bot.: Boletus edulis) nobiliar-boleto
  • pension n pensiono; pensioner pensionato || vt pensioner
  • penultimate adj ante-última
  • peon n peono
  • peony n (bot.: Paeonia) peonio
  • people n (of a particular nation, community, or ethnic group) pópulo; (plural of “person”) personos || prn homi
  • pepper n (bot.: Piper nigrum) [vine] pìperífero; [fruit, spice] pípero
  • peptide n (biochem.) péptido
  • per prep (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; (archaic: by means of) per
  • percale n percalo
  • perceive vt percepter; sensuer
  • percent n po cento; two percent milk du-pocenta lacto; we are the 99 percent nos es la 99 po cento; percentage pocentatco || adv po cento
  • perch n perçhayo; (zool.: Perca) perco || vi perçher
  • perfect adj perfecta || adv perfectly perfecte; “embiggen” is a perfectly cromulent word “agrander” es on vocábulo tote cromulenta
  • perforate vt perforer
  • perform vt efectifer; (execute) exècuter; (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 (chem.) 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 (individual) persono; (human being) humano; personage (character in a play or other work) persono; (notable) eminento; notando; personazo; personality caráctero; personitio; (famous person) famoso || adj personal personisca; (own) propria; (private) privata
  • persona n (role) rolo; (psych.) personitio
  • perspective n perspectivo
  • perspire vt sudorefer
  • persuade vt persuaser
  • pertain vi (belong) apertiner; (relate) relater || adj pertaining to concernanta; 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
  • petard n (firework) petardo
  • 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.: Phalaropus) falarope
  • pharmacy n (sci.) fàrmachío; (shop) fàrmacherío; pharmacist fàrmachisto
  • phenakistoscope n fenachistoscopio
  • phenazone n fenazono
  • phenobarbital n (or phenobarbitone) fenobarbitalo
  • phenomenon n fenómeno
  • phenotype n (bio.) fenotipo
  • pheromone n (zool.) feromono
  • -phile afx -ófilo || n Anglophile Anglófilo
  • Philippines n Filipinia; Filipino Filipiniano
  • philology n filòloghío; philologist filólogo
  • philosophy n filòsofío; philosopher filósofo || vt to philosophize filòsofìer
  • -phobe afx -ófobo; Anglophobe Anglófobo
  • Phoenicia n Fenicia; Phoenician Feniciano
  • phoenix n feniço
  • phoneme n fonemo
  • phonetics n fonético
  • phonologist n fonólogo; phonology fonòloghio
  • phosphide n fosfuro
  • phosphorus n (chem.: P) fósforo
  • photocopy vt fotocopier || n fotocopiatco
  • photograph n fotògrafìatco; photographer fotógrafo; photography fotògrafío || vt fotògrafìer
  • photon n (phys.) fotono
  • phrase n fraso
  • physical adj (bodily) còrporisca; physical therapy fisiothérap(ad)o; (material) materia; materiala; (relating to physics) fìsichisca
  • physician n médico
  • physics n físico
  • physiology n fisiòloghío; physiologist fisiólogo
  • physique n formo
  • piano n piano
  • pick vt (flowers, etc.) còliger; to pick up (collect) colectioner; (find) trover; (lift) lever || adj pick-up sticks baston-joco
  • pickle n (condiment) relisho; (pickled cucumber) pìculita cucùmereto; (pickling agent) pìculivo || vt conserver en sal-acuo, en spicio, en vinagro; pìculer
  • pickpocket n pochifurtisto || vt (a person) pochifurtijer; (a wallet, etc.) pochifurter
  • picture n imágino; pictatco || adj picturesque pictoresca
  • pidgin n pígino
  • pie n torto; (fruit filling, no top crust) tarto; pie chart círcula diagramo
  • piece n petio
  • pier n pero; warfo
  • pierce vt perforer
  • pig n (zool.: Sus) porco; piggy porcucio; piggy bank sparnii-casho
  • pigeon n columbo; piçhono
  • pigment n pigmento
  • pike n pic-stango; (zool.: Esox) 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 piloto; pilot boat pilot-barco || vt pilotìer
  • pimiento n (bot.: Pimenta dioica) [fruit, spice] pimento; [tree] pimentífero
  • pimpernel n (bot.: Anagallis) anagalo; (rare: bot.: Pimpinella) 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 (bot.: Pinus) pino; pineapple (bot.: Ananas comosus) [fruit] ananaso; [plant] ananasífero
  • 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.: Anthus) 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; to have pity on compasioner; 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 (spot, locality) loco; (occupiable space, seat) placio; (open public square) pláteo; (space) spacio; (specific) place of business (employment) afarayo || vt (give employment) obtiner empleatitio ad; (put in a place, locate) lochizer; (put in a seat, vehicle, theater, etc.) placiizer; (set down) poner; to misplace misponer; to 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.) polìtichisca programo; (railroad) imbarcayo; (stage) estrado
  • platinum n (chem.: Pt) platino
  • platoon n pelotono
  • 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) plàciter; (allege as a pretext) pretexter; (beseech) sùplicher; to plead guilty confeser sua culpo; declarationer si culpífera; to plead ignorance plàciter, alegher, pretexter nesapo; to plead not guilty declarationer si inocenta
  • pleasant adj agratábila
  • please vt placer ad; if you please bon-volitione; mi precan; se lo plaçan ad vi
  • pleasure n placero; pleasure barge placer-bargo; pleasure boat placer-barco; sensual pleasure volupto; with pleasure cum placero
  • plebian n plebeyo
  • pledge n (pawn, security) pígnoro
  • 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.) còliger; (musical instrument) pìcicher; (poultry) desplumizer
  • plug n obturiclo; tapono; (elec.) contacticliçho || vt obturer
  • plum n pruno
  • plume n plum(ad)o || adj plumed hat plumizita capelo
  • plummet vi plùmbicher
  • plunder vt sacheger
  • plunge vi plùmbicher || 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
  • podiatry n podòloghío; podiatrist podólogo
  • podium n (stage) podio
  • poem n poetatco
  • poet n poeto
  • pogrom n pogromo
  • poikilotherm n (bio.) poichilotermo
  • poinsettia n (bot.: Euphorbia pulcherrima) poinsetio
  • point n (tip) puntalo; (general) punto; (in scoring) punto; pointer monstriclo; (dog breed) monstri-canino || vt to 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 to polarize (math, phys.) polarifer || vi to pole-vault pértichi-salter || adj polar (math, phys.) polara
  • polecat n putoro
  • police n politío; police station politìayo; policeman politìano
  • 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 polìtichisca
  • politics n político
  • pollute vt polutioner
  • Pollux n (astron.) Poluce
  • polonium n (chem.: Po) polonio
  • polyester n poliéstero
  • polygamy n polìgamío; polygamist polígamo || adj polygamous polígama
  • polymer n (chem.) 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
  • pontoon n pontono; (bridge) barchi-ponto; ponton-ponto
  • 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; to pop in entrer súbite
  • pope n papo
  • poplar n poplo
  • popular adj populara
  • porcelain n porcelano
  • porcino n (bot.: Boletus edulis) nobiliar-boleto
  • pore n poro
  • pork n porchi-carno
  • pornography n pornògrafío; 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 ìndic-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 ìndic-postelo || vt afiger
  • postpone vt postponer; I say this run should be postponed until this platoon is better rested mi diçan che homi postpones ecuista curo usche che ecuista pelotono esun plu bone repausinta; (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 (bot.: Solanum tuberosum) patato; sweet potato (bot.: Ipomoea batatas) batato
  • poultice n cataplasmo
  • pound n (£) pound; (for animals) depòsitayo; (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) pràctichema; (thing) pràctichisca
  • practice vt (apply, use, follow, perform) pràcticher; (to improve skill) exèrciter || n (custom) custumo
  • praenomen n nómino
  • praise vt lauder
  • pram n beb-caròceeto
  • praseodymium n (chem.: Pr) praseodimio
  • prate vi parladaçher
  • prattle vi gàruler
  • pray vi precher || n prayer preco; prayer book prechi-libro
  • preach vt prèdicher
  • 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) precìpiter
  • precise adj precisa; precise hour precisa horo; precise order precisa órdino
  • precondition n anteconditiono
  • predator n predationisto
  • predicament n desfàcilatco; imbarasezo
  • predict vt ante-dicer
  • preface n prefationo
  • prefer vt prèferer || adj preferable prèferanda || adv preferably prèferande
  • pregnant adj grávida
  • preliminary adj preliminara
  • premature adj ante sua témporo; ante-matura
  • premeditate vt ante-mèditer
  • 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 prèparer || 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
  • prestige n prestigio
  • presume vt (suppose) conjecturer; suposer; (take liberties) presumpter (sopre); to presume on one’s friendship presumpter sopre sua amichitio; (venture) presumpter; I wouldn’t presume to question your judgement mi ne presumpteban dùbiter vua júdico || adj presumable conjectébila; expectébila; presumptuous presumptosa || adv presumably probábile; suposébile
  • 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 brecelo
  • prevaricate vi mendacier
  • prevent vt preventer
  • previous adj ántea || adv previously ántee
  • prey n predationedo; bird of prey rapt-aucelo || vt to prey on (carry off) rapter; (despoil) despolier; (hunt and eat) predationer; (victimize) vìctimifer
  • 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 nombro || 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; to proceed against (sue) proceser; to proceed from haber orígino en; vener de; to proceed to do something cominitier facer álico; to proceed with continuationer 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 procràstiner
  • procure vt habifer || n procuration (proxy) procurato
  • prod vt picher
  • produce vt -efer; producter; (by effort or labor) elàborer
  • 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 (biochem.) progesterono
  • prognosis n prognozo
  • program n (comp.) programo
  • progress vi progreser || n progreso
  • project vt (geom., opt.) projectioner || vi (jut out) salier || n projector projectioniclo
  • prolific adj prolefema
  • prolong vt prolongationer
  • promethium n (chem.: Pm) promethio
  • promise vt promiser || n promiso || adj promising famoseçanta; promisosa
  • promontory n promontorio
  • promote vt (make flourish) pròsperifer; (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) -èprobita; èprobita contre
  • proofread vt corectifer
  • prop vt apodier || n (theat) cen-accesorio
  • propaganda n propagando || vi to 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 pròsperer
  • prosperity n próspero
  • prostitute n prostitutato || vt prostituter
  • prostrate adj prostrationanta || vt to 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 (phys.) 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) òferer; (provision) proviser
  • province n provincio
  • provoke vt inciter; provocationer
  • prow n proro
  • proxy n (comp) procuraticlo
  • psychiatry n psichiatrío; psychiatrist psichiatro
  • psychic n psichisto
  • psychopath n psicópatho
  • psychosis n (psych.) psicozo
  • psychotic adj psicózaca
  • pterodactyl n (zool.: Pterodactylus) pterodáctilo
  • puberty adj pùberitio
  • pubescent adj pùbereçanta
  • pubis n pubo
  • public adj pública; public business polìtichisca afaros; statisca afaros || n il público; publicity publícito; (comm.) reclamo; publicity stunt publìcitisca truco || vt to publicize promotioner; publìciter; reclamer
  • publish vt èditer
  • pudding n pudding
  • puffin n (zool.: Fratercula) mar-papagayo
  • puke vi vòmiter
  • pull vt tirer; to pull out (nail, tooth, plant, etc.) evulser
  • pulp n (for papermaking) ligni-pasto; (of fruits) pulpo
  • pulpit n púlpito
  • pulsar n (astron.) pulsaro
  • pulsate vi pulsader
  • pulse n pulsado; pulse beat (cordii-)pulso
  • 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 (hit) [with fist] pugnijer; [button, key] preser; [stamp] puntioner; (pierce a hole in) foràminizer; pèrforer || n (drink) punçho; punch card pérfor-carto; punch line fin-fraso
  • 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; to put away forifer; (spouse) repudier; to put in order òrdiner; to put off (adjourn) ajurner; (postpone) postponer
  • putrid adj putra
  • puzzle n enigmo
  • pyramid n pirámido
  • Pyrenees n Pireneos
  • pyrosis n (med.) pirozo


Q

  • Qatar n Cátara; Qatari Catarano
  • qua adv cuomo
  • quadrilateral adj cuadrilátera
  • quadruple adj cuatrupla; quadruplicate cuatrupla || n quadruplicate cuatruplo || vt cuatruplifer; to quadruplicate cuatruplifer || vi cuatruplecer
  • quaint adj notanda; remarcanda; (odd) extránea
  • qualify vt cualìficher; (for a position) ganier la cualitios necesa
  • quality n cualitio; quality of life viv-cualitio
  • quantity n cuant(iti)o
  • quantum n cuantumo
  • quark n (phys.) cuarco
  • quarrel vi dìsputer || n dísputo || adj quarrelsome dìsputema
  • quarry vt (mine) extracter
  • quarter n (area) cuartario; (fraction) cuatravo; quarter nettings (hist.) bastingo; quarter of an hour cuatrava horo; quarters (billet) acantonayo || vt (assign lodgings) lojayizer; (billet) acantoner; (divide into four parts) cuatri-petiifer || adj (fraction) cuatrava
  • quartzite n (geol.) cuarcito
  • quasi adv cuase
  • quaver vi trèmuler
  • Quechua n (person) Chiçhuo; (language) Chiçhuenso
  • queen n regiso; (chess: ♛) regiso
  • queer adj (homosexual) homòsexema; (strange) extránea
  • quell vt dòmiter
  • query vt (computing) to query a database cuerer on databaso; to query information cuerer informo
  • question n cuestiono; (doubt) dúbito; (problem) problemo; in question (being considered) concernata; (in doubt) dùbitébila; that is out of the question ecuilo es ne pràctichébila (aut) neposíbila; without question sine dúbito || vt (doubt) dùbiter; (interpellate) interpeler; (interrogate) cuestionader || adj questonable contestébila; dùbitanda; 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; to quiet down cuietifer; silentiizer || vi to quiet down calmecer; cuietecer
  • quill n plumo; spino
  • quince n (bot.: Cydonia oblonga) [fruit] cotóneo; [shrub] cotòneífero
  • quirk n (peculiar habit) eccèntricatco; (twist) torç(atc)o; by some quirk of fate pro on capricio di Destino || adj quirky eccéntrica
  • quit vt (resign) dismisioner || adj quits cuita || adv quits cuite
  • quite adv (entirely) tote; (rather) sufiçante
  • quiver vi trèmuler
  • 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 rabíaca
  • rabies n rabio
  • 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
  • radiesthesia n radièsthesío; to practice radiesthesia radièstheser
  • radio n radiófono; radio show radiòfonisca 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 to raffle for loterìer
  • 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) èducher; (eyebrow) archifer; (on high) èlever; (prices, rents) altifer; augmenter
  • raisin n sicuvo
  • rake n rastelo || vt rastelijer
  • rally vt ralier
  • ralph vt (informal: vomit) vòmiter
  • 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) pocentatco; proportiono; (price) pretio; valoro; (speed) ràpiditio; velocitato; at any rate admínime; en omna caso || vt (calculate a tax) taxationer; (classify) clasìficher; ranghizer; (evaluate) evaluter; (archaic: chide) reprimender
  • 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 prèfereban 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) àgiter; sucuser; (jingle) clanghetifer || n (toy) rateliclo; death rattle stertoro; rattlesnake ratel-serpento
  • raucous adj rauca
  • raven n corvo
  • ravine n (geog.) ravino
  • raw adj cruda
  • ray n radio; (zool.: Batoidea) rayo
  • rayon n rayono
  • raze vt razer
  • razor n (blade) ras-lamno; (device) rasiclo; (elec) rasatoro; razorbill (zool.: Alca torda) alco
  • re-enact vt (crime, battle) riconstructer
  • reach vt atinger
  • react vi reacter || adj reactionary reactema; reactive reactiva
  • read vt lecturer || n reading lecturo
  • ready adj presta; to make ready prèparer; prestifer || vt prèparer; 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 to rear up adrecter
  • reason n rationo; (faculty) ration-poto; (motive) motivo; (cause of an effect) causo || vt rationer
  • rebate vt reimburser
  • rebel n rebelanto || vi rebelioner
  • rebirth n rinaço; (renaissance) renacentio
  • receive vt recepter || n receipt certífico 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 rèciter
  • reckless adj (careless) necauta; (excessively risky) nim rischema; (rash) temeraria; (thoughtless) desprudenta; neprudenta; (undisciplined) sine diciplino
  • reckon vt (the amount of) evaluter
  • reclaim vt (land) ricultivèbilifer; (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 recognocentio
  • reconnoiter vt recognocentier
  • record n (gramòfon)disco; registro; (best performance) recordo; for the record por evidentifer la vero; records archivo; record-player gramófono || vt (for reproduction) registrationer; (set down facts) registrijer
  • recover vt recùperer || vi recùperer si; resanecer
  • recruit vt recruter
  • rectangle n rectángulo
  • rector n pároco
  • recuperate vi recùperer 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) justìficher; (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 rèferer
  • 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 refrìgerer || n refrigeration refrìgerado; refrigeration unit (motor, coils, etc.) refrìgericlo; refrigerator refrìgeratoro
  • 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 registrijer
  • regret vt regreter
  • regular adj (conforming to rule) règulasca; (of movement) constanta; uniforma; (professional) profesionisca; (usual) custumasca; ordinaria; (veritable) tota; vera || n (soldier) militaro; regularity règulaschitio; (mech.) constantito; uniformitio || vt to regularize règulaschifer; to regulate règulijer
  • reign vi regner
  • reimburse vt (something to someone) reimburser
  • reindeer n rendiro
  • reinforce vt (fortify) fortìficher; (mil.) reinfortier; (strengthen) plu-fortifer
  • rejoice vi joyer
  • relate vi relater (ad) || n relation relato; relative parento || adj related parenta; relative relativa
  • relax vi (ri)laxecer || vt (physically, morally) (ri)laxifer
  • release vt (let go) delacer; release the hounds! eclases la hundos!; (set free) lìberifer || n delaço; lìberifo; release candidate (comput.) candidata versiono
  • relic n relicuio
  • relief n (art, geog.) relievo; high relief alta relievo; stand in bold relief salier grande; (assistance) adjuto; (liberation) lìberifo; (of sentries) remplacio; (succor) sucurso; (tension, strain, etc.) alevio
  • relieve vt (help) adjuter; (liberate) lìberifer; (moderate) mòderer; (succor) sucuser; (take over from) remplacier; (tension, strain, etc.) alevier; (unload) descàrichizer; to relieve someone of their wallet descàrichizer álicu sopre luya portafolieto
  • religion n religiono
  • reliquary n relicuiuyo; sacrario
  • rely vi to 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) mèmorer; (make remembered) mèmoredifer; (reminisce about) rimèmorer
  • remind vt mèmorifer
  • remote adj fora
  • remove vt (clothing) deponer (de si); (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 to rendezvous with rendezvoser cum || n rendezvoso
  • renew vt rinovifer
  • rennet n coàgulifivo
  • renounce vt (abandon a claim to) renuntier
  • rent vt (something from someone) locationer; (something to someone) locationedifer || n (cost) location-pretio; (income) réndito; for rent locationébila
  • repair vt rèparer
  • repeal vt abrogher
  • repeat vt rèpeter || adv repeatedly plurvece; rèpetite
  • repel vt ripulser || n insect repellent anti-insecto || adj repellent ripulsiva
  • repent vi repèniter
  • 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 recùperer
  • represent vt representer
  • repress vt represer
  • reprimand vt reprimender
  • reprisal n reprisalio
  • reproach vt reprimender || n reprimendo
  • reptilo n reptilo
  • republic n repúblico
  • repugnant adj repugnanta
  • repulse vt ripulser || adj repulsive ripulsiva
  • reputation n (good or bad) rèput(ez)o
  • request vt demander
  • require vt (need) besonier; (specify as compulsory) recuisiter || n requirement recuisitato
  • requisition vt recuisitioner
  • rerebrace n (hist.) brachiaro
  • rescue vt salver
  • research vt recercher
  • resemble vt sìmileser 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) hàbiter
  • residue n residuo
  • resign vt to 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 to resort to recurser ad
  • resound vi rèsoner
  • resource n meano
  • respect vt (esteem) respecter; (have consideration for) [wishes, privacy, opinions] respecter; (observe) [law, treaty] obeder; respecter; secuer || n (esteem) respecto; with all due respect cum la debitionata respecto; respects (polite greetings) bon-desíderos; saluto; to pay one’s respects presentationer sua respecto | (aspect, point, detail) aspecto; detalio; relato; in all respects en omna relatos (aut aspectos, detalios); omni-relate; with respect to relate ad; sopre | (consideration) 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 hàbitayo; 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 to retire for the night vader por dormer; vader por jacecer; to retire from business retirezer ec comercio
  • retort vt rèplicher
  • retract vt retracter
  • retreat vi (mil) retreter
  • retrospective n retrospecto
  • return vi (come back) rivener; (go back) retrovader || vt (give back) ridationer; to return good for evil pagher malatco per bonatco; to return thanks regratier; (put back) riponer; (reward) recompenser; (send back) retroinvìer
  • reveal vt reveler
  • revenge n vindicto
  • revenue n rédito; (unearned) réndito
  • revere vt venerationer
  • reverse vt (turn back) inversifer; retroturner; retrovader; (upset) renverser; to reverse-engineer retro-ingenier || n retroràpidumo; the reverse inverso
  • revise vt reviser
  • revive vt revivifer
  • revoke vt rèvocher
  • revolt vi rebelioner
  • revolve vi girer || n revolution giro; (pol) revolutiono
  • revue n revisto
  • rhabdomancy n rabdomantío; rhabdomancer rabdomanto
  • rhenium n (chem.: Re) renio
  • rhetoric n retórico
  • Rhine n Rino
  • rhinoceros n rinoceronto
  • rhizome n (bot.) 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 (biochem.) riboflavino
  • rice n orizo
  • rich adj rica
  • rickets n (med.) rachito
  • rid vt lìberezer; lìberifer || adj get rid of desimbaraser si de
  • ride vt (horse, bike, etc.) cabàlicher
  • ridicule vt deriser || adj ridiculous (derisible) derisanda; (preposterous) absurda; (risible) ridanda
  • riffraff n pòpulaçho
  • 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) rèsoner
  • rinse vt exacuer
  • rip vt (lacerate) làcerer
  • ripe adj matura
  • rise vi levezer || adj a rising politician famoseçanta polìtichisto
  • 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 || adj roast beef rostita bov-carno
  • rob vt (by theft or violence) despolier; (by theft) furtijer; (by violence) raubijer; (defraud) frauder
  • robe n tùnicazo; (of office, ceremony) robo
  • robot n roboto; robotics robótico
  • robust adj robusta
  • roc n rocho
  • rock n (boulder) saxazo; (mus.) rock; rocking chair báscul-sedilo || vt (a baby) bertier; (mus.) rockìer || 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 ròtuler; to roll one’s eyes ròtuler sua óculos || vi ròtulezer || n ròtulatco; (bread) paneto
  • romance n (manifestation of something romantic) romántico; (mus.) romanzo; (quality of being romantic) romàntichitio || adj (languages) Latinidensa; Romança
  • Romania n Rumania; Romanian Rumano
  • Romansch n Romançho
  • romantic adj romántica || n romàntichemo
  • 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 pornògrafìatcos?; 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 òcuper 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) lojayizer || adj roomy spatiosa
  • root n radiço
  • rope n cordo
  • rosacea n (med.) rosáceo
  • 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
  • rouncy n (hist.: all-purpose horse) runcino
  • 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 (med.) rubéolo
  • rubidium n (chem.: Rb) rubidio
  • ruble n rublo
  • rubric n rubrico
  • ruby n rubino; balas ruby rúbea spinelo
  • rudder n direction-plato
  • ruddy adj rùbe-carnationa
  • 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; homi rumoran 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) precìpiter si || n hasto; rush hour puntal-horos; (bot.: Juncus) junco
  • rusk n pan-biscocto
  • Russia n Rusia; Russian Ruso
  • rust n (of metals) ferúgino || vt (of metals) ferùginifer || vi (of metals) ferùginecer, -efer || adj rusty ferùginosa
  • 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.: Martes zibellina) zibelino
  • sabot n saboto || vt to sabotage sabotejer
  • sack vt saco; sachijer; (mil.) sachejazer
  • sacred adj sacra
  • sacrifice vt sacrìficher
  • sad adj trista; (sorrowful) desjoyasa; trista; (unfortunate) compasionanda || adv sadly (regrettably) lamentande || n sadness tristitio || vt to 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 vel-barco
  • 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 (zool.: Salmoninae) 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 to sand down pùmicher
  • 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 (bot.: Sassafras) sasafraso
  • satellite n satélito
  • satiate vt satier || adj satiated satiita
  • satin n sátino
  • satire n sátiro; satirist sàtiristo || vt to satirize sátire deriser || adj satirical sàtirema; sàtirisca; sàtirosa
  • satisfy vt (expectations, promise) satisfacer || adj satisfied satisfacita; (content) contenta
  • saturate vt sàturer
  • Saturday n Sábato
  • Saturn n (myth.) Saturnus; (planet) Saturno
  • sauce n salso
  • saucer n subtaso; tas-platelo
  • Saudi Arabia n Saúd-Àrabia; Saudi Arabian Saúd-Àrabiano
  • sausage n salsitio
  • savage adj (fierce) feroça; (wild) silvaja
  • save vt salver; (fin.) sparnier || n savings sparniedos; savings bank sparnii-banco
  • 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 rèputezin cuomo
  • scale n scalo; (of fish, etc.) scuamo; (weighing apparatus) pòndericlo; scalar scalaro; scale of fees taxationado || vt (climb) scander || adj scaly scuamosa; scaly anteater (zool.: Manidae) pangolino
  • scallop n pectúnculo
  • scalp n cranii-pelo
  • scalpel n scalpelo
  • scam vt inganer
  • scan vt scanser || n scanner (comp.) scansatoro
  • scandal n scándalo || vt to scandalize (shock, offend) scàndaler
  • scandium n (chem.: Sc) scandio
  • scar n cicatriço
  • scarab n (zool.: Scarabaeus) scarabeo
  • scarce adj excarpsa
  • scare vt pavorifer || adj scared pavoranta
  • scarf n coltelo
  • scatter vt disperser; dissèminejer; (diffuse) disfuser
  • scenario n cenado
  • scene n ceno; scenery (natural) paesatco
  • scepter n ceptro
  • schedule n cloc-tabelo; horario
  • scheme n schemo || vt projecter || adj schematic (symbolic and simplified) schemasca
  • schistosoma n (zool.: Schistosoma) schistosomo; schistosomiasis (med.) schistosomiaso
  • 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
  • scops n scops owl (zool.: Otus) oto
  • score n puntado; scorecard punt-carto
  • scoria n scorio
  • Scotland n Scotia; Scot Scoto
  • scoundrel n canalio; pícaro
  • scourge n (whip) flagelo; (pestilence) pesto
  • scout n exploristo; recognocentiisto; (Boy Scout or Girl Scout) scauto; scouting explorado; recognocentiado; scautismo
  • scramble vt (eggs) fruler
  • scrape vt (with a tool) rasìculer
  • 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 ròtulatco
  • scruff n (nape) nuco || adj scruffy (unkempt) desneta; ne-toiletijita
  • scruple n scrúpulo || adj scrupulous scrùpulosa
  • sculpt vt sculpter
  • scurvy n scorbuto
  • scythe n falço
  • sea n maro; sea bass (zool.: Dicentrarchus labrax) barcio; sea cucumber mar-cucúmero; sea gull gavio; sea lion (zool.: Otariinae) leon-otario; mar-leono; 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.: Phocidae) foço
  • search vt tracercher; to 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., gen.: a more or less distinct part of something) sectiono; (geom.) sectiono; (med: piece excised) secatco || vt (divide into sections) sectionizer; to section off sectionifer
  • sector n sectoro
  • secure adj secura || n security securitio
  • sedan n (auto.) sedano; sedan chair portation-sedilo
  • sedate vt (drug) sedationivizer || n sedative (drug) sedationivo
  • sedge n (bot.: Carex) cáriço
  • sedition n seditiono || adj seditious seditionosa
  • seduce vt seducter
  • sedum n (bot.: Sedum) sédumo
  • see vt vider; the way I see it ad mi lo semblan che; to see that ... certifer che ...
  • seed n sémino
  • seem vi sembler; the owls are not what they seem la strijos ne es lo cua los semblan; 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 bàsculer
  • 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 (person’s essential being as distinct from others) mio; his true self iluya vera mio || afx auto-
  • self-appointed adj autoproclamationita
  • self-assertion adj certanitio; firmitio
  • self-assured adj autofidanta; certana
  • self-aware adj autoconcianta; concianta si
  • self-respect n autoéstimo
  • selfsame adj ipsa
  • sell vt vender; to sell for cash vender contante || n seller vendanto; vendisto
  • semantics n semántico
  • semen n spermo
  • semester n semestro
  • semibreve n (mus.) plena noto
  • seminar n seminario
  • semiotics n semiótico
  • Semite n Semido
  • senate n senato
  • senator n senatano
  • send vt invìer; to send away expeder; forifer; forinvìer || 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 sèparer || adj (distinct, isolated) aparta; separated sèparita
  • 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) notìficher; presentationer jùdichistisca mandationo; (food, drink) (serve) dationer || n servant servisto; server (comput.) servatoro; service servo; serviceman militaro
  • set vt (fix) fixer; (math) insímulo; (place) poner || vi (the sun) ocaser; to 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) dìferanta; (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) [between humans] coito; sexío; [between non-humans] copulationo; (gender) sexo; sex appeal sex-atracto; sèxighitio; sexism sexismo; sexist sexisto; sexpot sexí-bombo; séxigo; sexuality sexischitio; (orientation) sexemitio; the opposite sex la áltera sexo; to have sex with (intercourse) coiter cum; sexìer (cum) || adj sexual (pertaining to gender) sexisca; (pertaining to sexual activity) sexìisca; sexual impulse eroto; sexual pleasure volupto; sexy it’s not sexy, it’s animal! lo ne es séxiga, lo es bestiesca! | (erotic) erótica; (person) séxiga
  • 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; to shake hands with stringer manuos || vi trèmuler
  • shallow adj desprofunda
  • shaman n shamano
  • shame n verecundo; what a shame! cuala regretando!
  • shampoo n shampúo || vt shampùijer
  • shape n (outline) formo; (condition) formo; stando; to get into shape poner si en formo; (undefined object) formo
  • share vt partomdationer; (distribute) distributer; (divide among) diviser; (give out indiscriminately) disdationer; (have jointly) cumhaber; (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
  • shed n baraco; (without walls) tectizatco
  • 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; ecsìlicuifer
  • 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) lùminer; (emit or reflect bright light) briler
  • ship n navo; sailing ship vel-navo; shipowner armatoro
  • shirt n camisio
  • shit n (vulg.) merdo; (vulg.: nonsense) stultatco; no shit? ne futues mi!; nula stultatco?; (vulg.: person) merdo; (vulg.: 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 this shithole of a country ecuista merda paeso | (unpleasant place) merdayo; 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! cuno!; futuer!; merdo!; tough shit! mala sorto!
  • shock vt (jar) shocher || n shock absorber amorticlo
  • shoe n calcéolo; shoelace lacio; shoemaker calcèolefisto
  • shofar n shofaro
  • shoot vt (a movie) cinematògrafìer; (an arrow) disparer; (shoot at) disparer (ce álicu, álico); (spout) jeter; (with a firearm) disparer; (wound by shooting) disparcolper; dispare vùlnerer; focilijer; the ball shot off his leg la cuglazo forportationin iluya gambo; the bullet shot him through the heart la cuglo travadin iluya cordio; to he was shot homi focilijin ili; ili focilijezin || n (bot.) súrculo
  • shop n botheco; (large) magasino; shopping cart mercat-cariteto; shopkeeper bothechisto; shoplifter bothechi-furtisto || vi bothechejer; bothechi-vìsiter; comprader
  • shore n ripo
  • short adj basa; (brief) curta; (length) curta; short story novelo || n shorthand stenògrafío || vt to shorten curtifer
  • shortcoming n (imperfection) defecto
  • shorts n pantaloneto; shorto; short shorts shorteto
  • shot n (of espresso) doso; (shotgun pellets) cugletatco; shot glass bicarieto; shotgun sclopeto
  • should v deveber
  • shoulder n (anat.) spádulo; shoulder blade scápulo; (auto) vial-látero; hard shoulder stábila vial-látero; soft shoulder nestábila vial-látero
  • shout vt clamer; (inarticulately) criter
  • shovel n palelo
  • show vt monstrer || n radio show radiòfonisca programo; showcase vitrino
  • shower n duçhiclo || vt duçher
  • shrapnel n mitralio
  • shrew n (zool.: Soricidae) musaráneo
  • 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 spádulos
  • shuffle vi tràhiner 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 sick pay indemno pro malatitio; sickness malatitio || vi to 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-caròceeto; sidewalk trotorio || vi to side with partitecer cum || adv sideways adlátere
  • siege n asedio
  • sierra n siero; Sierra Leone Siero-Leono; Sierra Leonean Siero-Leonano
  • sieve n cribro
  • sift vt (liquids) colatorijer; (solids) cribrijer
  • sigh vi suspirer
  • sign n signo; (in a shop, etc.) insignio || vt subscriber || vi signaturizer
  • signal vt signaler || n signalo
  • signature n signaturo
  • signify vt signìficher
  • 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; silicon carbide silicii-carburo
  • 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 to simplify simplifer
  • simplex adj unupla
  • simulate vt sìmuler
  • simultaneous adj simultánea; simultaneously simultánee
  • sin vi pecher
  • since prep (starting from) dex; I’ve been studying French since two years ago mi studan Francenso dex dua anuos ántee; I’ve been studying French since yesterday mi studan Francenso dex here; (starting from after) dex post; since the operation dex post la operationo || adv dexe; (ago) ante nun; ántee || 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 (foreboding) mal-àuguría; mal-auspicia; minacianta; (evil) mal-volitionosa; malvata; (archaic, heraldry: left) sinistra
  • sink n (fixed basin) lavabo || vt afunder || vi afundezer
  • sinus n (anat., zool.) sínuso
  • sir n (honorific) 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; to sit down sedecer || adj seated (sitting) sedanta
  • site n situo
  • Sith n Sith; Sith Lord Dómino di las Sith; Sith Dómino
  • 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 hàbilitio; (talent) talento || adj skillful hábila
  • skin n pelo
  • skip vi salteter || vt (omit) omiser; pretersalter
  • skipper n nav-çhefo
  • skirt n jupo; [knee-length] jupeto; [short] mini-, micro-jupo || vt (avoid) eviter; (move along edge) vader alonghe
  • skull n cranio; skullcap (zucchetto) piléolo
  • skunk n (zool.: Mephitidae) mofeto
  • sky n celo; skyscraper cel-gratanto || adv sky blue azura; celesche blava
  • slab n autopsìisca ménsulo; placo
  • slag n scorio
  • slander n (bad-mouthing) maledicentio; (calumny) calumnio; (defamation) difamationo || vt (bad-mouth) maledicentier; (calumniate) calumnier; (defame) difamationer
  • slang n slango
  • slap vt palm-colper
  • 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; to 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
  • slot n (joinery) ranuro
  • sloth n pigritio; (zool.) pigritioso; (zool.: Bradypus) brádipo; tri-dígita pigritioso; (zool.: Choloepus) du-dígita 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) màculizer; (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
  • snaffle n articulatur-morso
  • snail n cocléolo
  • snake n (zool.: Serpentes) serpento
  • snare n (of a drum) tambur-cordo; (trap) trapo; snare drum cordi-tamburo
  • snarl vi grunder; ringher
  • snatch vt sacer || n (vulg.) cuno
  • sneak vi (move stealthily) vader nevidate; to sneak out of (avoid) eviter nevidate; to 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 (in order) so as to por -er; so that por che | (therefore) dunche; so what? et cuo?
  • soak vt hùmidazifer
  • 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; society finch (zool.: Lonchura striata domestica) Japoniana pásero; to go into society entrer la mundumo
  • sociopath n sociópatho
  • sock n càlceeto
  • 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
  • sodomy n sodomío || vt to sodomize sodomìer
  • 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 programado; softwaro || vt to 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.: Solea) soléolo
  • solemn adj solemna
  • solicit vt solìciter
  • 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 herèditedifin 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
  • soot n fulígino
  • 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) repèniter; 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) sèminizer; (a seed, etc.) sèminejer || n (animal) porchiso
  • soy n soyo; soybean soy-sémino
  • space n spatio; (outer space) spatiazo; space age spatiaz-eraro; space bar spatii-stango; stango di spatio; 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 to space out interspatiizer || adj spacious ampla; capaça; vasta
  • spade n èxcaviclo; (cards) pic-stango
  • spadix n (bot.) spádiço
  • Spain n Hispania; Spaniard Hispaniano; (ancient) Hispano || adj Spanish Hispaniana; (ancient) Hispana; Spanish fly (pharm.) canthàridatco; (zool.: Lytta vesicatoria) canthárido; Hispaniana mosco
  • spam n spamo || vt spamijer
  • spang adv directe || n spang beetle (zool.: Melolontha) melolontho
  • spar n (naut.) vel-stango
  • spark n cintilo; spark plug cintileficlo || vi cintilefer
  • sparrow n pásero
  • sparse adj (not abundant) excarpsa; (not frequent) rara; (scattered) dispersita; dissèminejita
  • spasm n spasmo
  • spatter vt sparger
  • spatula n spátulo
  • spaulder n spàdularo
  • 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; specìfichita; (singular) única || adv specifically explícite; precise || n specifics concretatcos; detalios; particularatcos
  • specify vt specìficher
  • specimen n specímino
  • spectacle n spectáculo
  • spectate vt spectationer
  • spectator n spectationanto
  • spectrum n spectro
  • speculate vi (stocks) agioter
  • speech n parlo; (power of) parli-poto; part of speech gramàtichisca categorío; vocábul-specio
  • speed n (gear ratio) velocitatumo; (in one direction) velocitato; (quickness) ràpiditio; speed limit velocitat-límito; velocitat-máximo
  • speleology n speleòloghío; speleologist speleólogo
  • spell vt speler; to spell out literejer || n (enchantment) incanto
  • spelt n spelto
  • spend vt (be lavish of) pròdigher; (exhaust, consume) consumer; exhauster; (money, strength) expenser; (time) pasifer; (waste) dìsiper
  • sperm n spermo
  • sphalerite n sfalerito
  • sphere n sfero
  • spice n spicio
  • spider n aráneo
  • spin vt (cause to whirl around) rotationader; (reinterpret) riintèrpreter
  • spinach n spinacio
  • spindle n fuselo
  • spine n (anat.) spinalo || adj spiny (covered with prickles) spinosa; spiny anteater (zool.: Tachyglossidae) echidno
  • spinel n spinelo
  • spiral adj spirala
  • spirit n spírito
  • spit vt sputer || n (cul.) 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; dissèminejer; (diffuse) disfuser
  • spreadsheet vt tabel-càlculatoro
  • spring vi salter || n (season) primavero; (mechanical) resorto; springtail (zool.: Collembola) colémbolo; (source) fonto; warm spring térmulo
  • sprinkle vt (with powder) pùlverizer; (with salt) salizer || vi (rain a little) pluveter || n sprinkler acuiziclo; spargiclo
  • sprite n coboldo; elfo; fato
  • sprout n súrculo
  • spur n sporono
  • spurious adj falsa; falsifita
  • spurt vi (gush forth) jetezer || vt (gush forth) jeter
  • spy n spio || vt spiìer
  • squad n (milit.) excuadro
  • squadron n (cavalry) excuadrono; (naut.) excuadrono
  • square n cuadrato; (in town) pláteo
  • squash vt aplaster || n cucúrbito
  • squeeze vt (press) preser; (tightly enfold) stringer; to squeeze out ecpreser
  • squid n calamario
  • squint vi cludeter sua óculos; (med.) strabeser; to squint at reguarder oblicue
  • squirrel n scuriolo
  • squirt vt (spurt) jeter || vi (spurt) jetiezer
  • Sri-Lanka n Sri-Lanca
  • stab vt picazer
  • stable adj stábila || n (for animals) stábulo
  • stadium n stadio
  • staff n personalo; (stick) bastono
  • stag n cerviçho; stag beetle (zool.: Lucanidae) lucano
  • stage n (of a journey) etapo; (of a theater) cenayo; (of development) faso; stagehand màchinisto
  • 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) ìndicher; (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; to stand up stecer || n stand of trees àrborado
  • standard n normo; (flag) standardo
  • stanza n stantio
  • staple n (fastener) crapo; stapler crapiziclo
  • star n stelo; starfish marstelo
  • starch n ámilo || vt àmilizer
  • 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 fàmin(az)ifer
  • state n stando; (pol.) stato; stateroom cabino
  • static n atmòsferisca 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 facer pasuos versum || vi pasuer || afx step- -astro
  • stereophone n stereófono; stereophony stereòfonío || adj stereophonic stereòfonisca
  • stereotype n stereotipo
  • sterile adj (free of germs) stèrilifita; (infertile) stérila
  • stern n (naut) popo
  • sternum n sterno
  • steroid n (biochem.) steroido
  • sterol n (biochem.) sterolo
  • stew vt extufationer || n extufationatco
  • steward n ecónomo; (on ship, plane) camarario
  • stick n bastono || vt adhesifer; glùtinizer || adj sticky glùtinesca
  • 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 stìmuler
  • sting vt picher
  • stingray n pic-rayo
  • stingy adj avara
  • stipe n stípito
  • stipend n stipendio
  • stipulation n conditiono
  • stirrup n stapio
  • stitch n suteto || vt (join with stitches) suter
  • stock n (com.) bothec-asortatco; stoco; to take stock of one’s life evaluter sua vivo | (financial shares) actionos; joint stock bank action-banco; stock exchange borso; stock market crash bors-colapso; stockbroker borsisto; stockholder actionisto | (of a rifle) fusto
  • stocking n cálceo; (sheer) calcino
  • stoic adj stóica
  • stomach n stómaco
  • stomatitis n (med.) stomatito
  • stomatology n stomatòloghío; stomatologist stomatólogo
  • stomp vt suploser
  • stone n (large rock, boulder) saxazo; (material substance) petro; (pebble) saxeto; (piece of rock) saxo; stone marten (zool.: Martes foina) fagino
  • stool n scabelo
  • stoop vi incliner si
  • stop vt (cease) cesationer -er; to 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) enmèmoruyifer
  • 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 || n (bio., biochem.) varianto; strainer tamiso || adj strained (politeness, laugh, etc.) fortijata
  • straits n marstricto
  • strange adj extránea
  • stranger n necognoçato
  • strangle vt strànguler
  • 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 bendo
  • stream n rucelo; (flow) fluo; streamer banderolo || vt fluifer; (broadcast) flu-transmiser; to streamline simplifer || vi fluer
  • street n strado; Main Street strado Principala; street barrier strad-bariclo; 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 dissèminejer
  • stria n strio || vt to striate striizer
  • strict adj stricta
  • strigiform adj strigiforma
  • strike vt (hit) colper; (to produce a sound) fraper || vi (go on strike) exòperecer || n (refusal to do something required) exópero || adj striking (remarkable, arresting) colpanta; remarcanda; [beauty] imponanta; impresionanta; [picture, clothes, color] vochiva; [similarity, difference] surprisanta
  • string n cordeto; string bean (bot.: Phaseolus vulgaris) vírida faseolo; string instrument cord-instrumento
  • stringent adj stricta
  • strip n bendo; stripper strip(tiz)isto; striptease strip(tiz)o || vt (remove the bark from) descòrticizer || vi (perform a striptease) strip(tiz)er || adj stripper-hot strip(tiz)isti-hota
  • 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
  • stumble vi mispasuer || n stumbling block obstáculo
  • stun vt exturder
  • stunt n (dangerous trick) stunto
  • stupefy vt stuporifer
  • stupid adj stúpida
  • stupor n stuporo; to be in a stupor stuporer
  • stutter vt balbutier
  • style n stilo
  • styrax n (bot.: Styrax) sturaço
  • subdue vt submiser; (animals, passions) dòmiter; (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) dòmiter
  • submarine n submarino
  • submerge vt merger
  • submissive adj submisezema
  • submit vi submiser si
  • subscribe vt (to magazine) aboner
  • subside vi (abate) cuietecer; lenecer; mòderezer; (lower) basecer
  • subsist vi subsister
  • substance n substantio
  • subtend vt (geom.) subtenser
  • subterfuge n subterfugio
  • 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 adj tala; as such (as being such a thing) cuale tala; And As It Is Such, So Also As Such Is It Unto You Et cuale lo es tala, tale anche cuale tala lo es ad vi; they are like rabid dogs, and should be treated as such los es cuale rabíaca caninos, et homi tractes los cuale tala | (in itself, per se) per si ipsa; such as (for example) exemple; (of the same character as) tala cam; a man such as me on hómino tala cam mi; such as it is tala cam li es; such-and-such álica aut áltera
  • suck vt sucter || vi (informal: be very bad, disagreeable, or disgusting) this sucks! ecuisto es on merdo!; you suck! vi es 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) sùferer
  • suffix n sufixo
  • suffocate vt sufocher; (by constriction) strànguler; (by obstruction) afocher
  • sugar n súcaro; sugar cane súcar-cano
  • suggest vt sugester || n suggestion sugesto
  • suicide n (act) suicidío; (person) 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; sunfish (zool.: Centrarchidae) solel-piço; (zool.: Lepomis gibbosus) solel-perco; sunrise solel-levezo; sunroof solel-tecto; sunset solel-ocaso || vi to sunbathe solelijezer; solel-bàlneezer; to 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 sùplicher
  • 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) tòlerer; (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 tòlerébila
  • 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) tòlerer; (suffer) sùferer
  • svelte adj svelta
  • swallow n hirúndino || vt gluter
  • swamp n paludo
  • swan n cigno
  • swarm n examo; (of bees) ap-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 vi (make a solemn statement or promise) jurer; to swear on his honor jurer per sua honoro; (use offensive language) parluçher
  • sweat vt sudorefer || 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; sùcaratco
  • swell vi (become convex) convexecer; (rise in billow form) undefer; (with fluid, air, etc.) tumecer || vt (fill) plenifer; (increase) augmenter; plu-grandifer; (with air) infler; (with fluid, air, etc.) tumifer || n swelling tumatco
  • swift adj rápida || n (zool.: Apodidae) ápodo
  • swim vi nater
  • swing vt (arms, hips, pendulums) ocilifer || n swing bridge turn-ponto
  • switch vt to switch off extinguer; to switch on accensioner || n suiçho
  • Switzerland n Helvetia; Suicia; Swiss Helveto; Suiciano
  • swoon vi suoner
  • swoop vi plùmbicher
  • 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) sìmpathitio || vi to sympathize with compasioner; sìmpatheser || adj sympathetic (likeable) símpatha; (sympathetic nervous system) simpática
  • symphony n simfonío
  • symptom n símptomo
  • synagogue n sinagogo
  • synapse n sinapso
  • synchronous adj síncrona || vt to 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 to synthesize sìntheser || adj synthetic sìnthesisca
  • 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; tablecloth ménsul-tuco
  • tablet n tàbuleto
  • taboo adj tabúa || n (person or thing prohibited) tabúo; (prohibition) tabùifo
  • 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
  • tactic n táctico; tactician tàctichisto; tactics tàctichío
  • tail n caudo; taillight (auto) détrea lámpado
  • tailor n sartoro
  • Taiwan n Taiwania; Taiwanese Taiwaniano
  • Tajikistan n Tagichia; Tajik Tagico
  • take vt prender; to take from deprender; to take off deprender; to take off one’s hat deprender sua capelo
  • talent n ingeniemitio; talento
  • talk vi parler; (discuss serious or personal matters) we really need to talk nos devan parler (seriose); (gossip) comatraler; to talk big (boastfully or overconfidently) fanfaroner; importizer si; parler ostente; parler superbe || vt (discuss) discuser; to talk sense parler rationasche; to talk someone into something persuaser álichi facer álico || n small talk cortesa converso || adj talkative parlema
  • tall adj alta; how tall are you? cuante alta vi es?; I am taller than you by two inches mi es plu alta cam vi per dua unçhios; I am two meters tall mi es alta ye dua metros
  • tambourine n tamburino
  • tame vt (domesticate) mansuetifer
  • tammy n tamiso; (sieve) tamis-cribro
  • 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.: Tanacetum vulgare) 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; tastes like chicken li saporan cuomo pul-carno || n gusto; (flavor) saporo; people of taste personos cum bona gusto || adj tasteful bon-gusta
  • Tatar n Tataro
  • tattoo vt tatùer || n tatùatco
  • tauten vt tender
  • tavern n taberno
  • tawny adj fulva; tawny owl (zool.: Strix aluco) uluco
  • tax vt (assess tax owed) taxationer; (put a tax on) imposter || n (amount owed) impostatco; taxationatco; taxer taxationisto
  • taxi n taxí; taxìmetrígero; taxi driver taxìisto
  • taxidermy n taxidermio
  • taxonomy n taxònomío; taxonomist taxónomo
  • tea n teo; Tea Party te-cumveno; (pol.) Te-Partito; tea time te-horo; teakettle, teapot te-úrceo
  • teach vt (a subject) insigner; (instruct) instructer || n teacher insignanto; (instructor) instructisto; (university) profesoro
  • teal n (zool.: Anas crecca) cercédulo || adj cercèdulea
  • team n excuadro
  • tear vt (lacerate) làcerer; to tear off evulser; to tear out (hair, eyes, page) evulser || n lácrimo; tear gas làcrimógena gaso
  • tease vt vexeter
  • technetium n (chem.: Tc) tecnetio
  • technical adj tècnichisca
  • technique n técnico
  • technology n tecnòlogío; technologist tecnólogo
  • teen n adulteçanto || adj adulteçanta
  • telecommunication n telecomùnicado
  • telegraph vt telègrafijer
  • telephone n teléfono; telephone booth telèfonisca cabino; telephone number teléfon-número
  • televiewer n telespectationanto
  • television n (industry, medium) televisiono; television set televisoro || vt to televise teletransmiser
  • tell vt raconter
  • tellurium n (chem.: Te) telurio
  • temper n (mood) humoro; to be in a bad temper eser en mala humoro; to lose one’s temper iracecer; (anger) iraço; iraemitio; to put in a temper iracifer; to vent one’s temper lacer erupter sua iraço; (quality of metals) duritio; (temperament) temperamento || vt (harden metals) durifer; recocer; (moderate) mòderer; tèmperer
  • 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; èprobisca
  • tera- afx (million million) tera-
  • terbium n (chem.: Tb) terbio
  • term n término
  • terminal adj finisca; tèrminisca || n extrematco; (elec.) conecti-punto; (R.R.) fervialisca término; computer terminal terminalo
  • terminate vt (finish) finer; (make cease) cesationifer; tèrminejer
  • 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 to terrorize terorizer
  • test vt (check, verify) controler; verìficher; (examine) exàminer; (try out) èprober
  • testament n testamento
  • testify vt atester
  • testimonial adj atestisca
  • testosterone n (physiol.) testosterono
  • text n texto; textbook aprensi-libro
  • texture n texturo
  • Thailand n Thailandia; Thai Thailandiano
  • thalassemia n (med.) thalasemio
  • thallium n (chem.: Tl) thalio
  • thallophyte n (bot.) thalófito
  • than conj cam
  • thank vt regratier || n thanks regratio; thanks to regratio ad || adj thankful gratitùdinosa || 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 theorìisca || adv theoretically theoríe
  • therapy n thérap(ad)o; therapeutics thèrapío; therapist thèrapisto
  • there cor ilác; there is/there are ci es; therefore dunche
  • thermos n therm(òbotel)o
  • thermostat n thermóstato
  • they prn los; (people, one) homi; (single entity regardless of gender) li; uli
  • thick adj (abundant) abundanta; (dense) densa; (large depth) grosa; a thick wall grosa muro; (viscous) viscosa; through thick and thin eventes cuo cunche; thick-browed superciliosa; superciliuda; thick-lipped gros-labi(ífer)a; labiuda || 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; to 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 che || adv tamen
  • 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
  • thrombus n (physiol.) thrombo; thrombin (biochem.) thrombino; thrombocyte (physiol.) thrombocito
  • throne n throno
  • through prep tra; [from beginning to end] de una extrematco ad la áltera; (by means of) per; (by reason of) pro; throughout tra la tota; (space) en omna parto di; (time) dum la tota || adj (finished) fininta; tèrminejinta || adv complete; par-; tote; throughout omni-parte; tote
  • throw vt jacter; to throw away forjacter; to throw back retrojacter
  • thuja n thuyo
  • thulium n (chem.: Tm) thulio
  • thumb n póliço
  • thunder n tónitro; thunder storm tònitrosa (aut fùlminosa) tempestato || vi tònitrer
  • Thursday n Jovdio
  • thus cor tale
  • thwart vt frustrer; impeder
  • thy pos tua
  • Tibet n Tibetia; Tibetan Tibetiano
  • tick n (zool.: Ixodoidea) tico
  • 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 (zool.: Panthera tigris) tigro; tiger cat (zool.: Leopardus tigrinus) oncilo
  • tight adj stricta || n tights càlceazo
  • 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 cloc-tabelo; horario; 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) gratìficatco || vt to tip over vòlvicher; (capsize) renverser || vi to tiptoe vader ped-puntale
  • 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 (direction of an action) ad; to and fro adabántee et retro; to fall to ruin decadentier; to run to Athens curer ad Athena | [as far as] usche; from Milan to Minsk de Milano usche Minsc; [location] two kilometers to the north of the city ye dua chilómetros norde de la civitato; [result of a process] ripped to shreds làcerita ad petios | [toward] versum; to turn one’s head to someone turner sua cápito versum álicu | [until] usche; a fight to the death on lucto usche morto; five minutes to five cuatra clocos cinchidecem cinca; from morning to night de matino usche nocto; quarter to five cuatra clocos et tria cuatravos; up to now usche nun; (identifying person or thing affected) ad; respectful to one’s parents respectosa ad sua genitoros; this tastes like feet to me ecuisto saporan cuale pedos ad (aut secuno) mi; [recipient or intended recipient] a letter to the President on létero ad la Presidento; (identifying relationship between one person or thing and another) ad; friend to all amico ad omnos; psychic to the stars psichisto ad la stelos; [comparison] five to one cinca contre una; I prefer this to that mi préferan ecuisto cam ecuilo; (in infinitives) -er; I want to cry mi desíderan plorer; it’s my turn to speak lo es mea veço por parler; to catch a thief capter on furtisto; to err is human erorer es humanasca; [elided] I’d love to! voluntarie!; take it — I want you to prendes li — mi volitionan lo | [in order to] por...-er; she does that just to rile you eli façan ecuilo mere por iriter vi | [when the subjects of the main and subordinate clauses are different] che (áltero) -es; -er; grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change conceses ad mi la serenitio accepter la cosos cua mi ne potan cambier; I want him to cry mi desíderin che ili plores; toward versum || adv today hodie; tomorrow demane; the day after tomorrow post-demane; tonight hodie nocte; (this evening) hodie véspere
  • toad n bufónulo
  • toast n (cook) toster || vi (drink) brinder (por, ad)
  • tobacco n tabaco
  • today adv see “to”
  • toddle vi troteter
  • toe n pedi-dígito; big toe háluço
  • toffee n tofio
  • tofu n tofu
  • together adv cume
  • Togo n Togo; Togano Togano
  • toilet n latrino; (grooming, etc.) toileto; toilet paper higienisca papero
  • tolerate vt tòlerer
  • toluene n tolueno
  • tomato n tomato
  • tome n volumo
  • tomograph n tomógrafo; tomography tomògrafío
  • tomorrow adv see “to”
  • ton n (1,000 kg) tonelato; (2,000 lbs.) Usoniana tonelato; (2,240 lbs.) Anglisca tonelato
  • tone n tono || vt to tone down mòderer
  • Tonga n Tonga; Tongan Tongano
  • tongs n pinciclazo
  • tongue n (anat.) linguo; (language) linguajo; (pin of a buckle) fibel-puntalo
  • tonight adv see “to”
  • 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) tràhiner || n remulco; tráhino; (fibre) stupo; in tow remulcata; tràhinata; tow truck remulchi-camiono
  • toward prep see “to”
  • towel n toalio
  • tower n turo
  • town n civitateto; town council munìcipii-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 island tráfic-ínsulo; traffic light semáforo; traffic median tráfic-mediano
  • tragacanth n (bot.: gum from the sap of Astragalus) tragacantho
  • tragedy n tragedio
  • tragic n tragediesca
  • trail n (marks left) traciado; (path) sentario
  • trailer n remulchedo; (for living in during vacations) campej-remulchedo
  • train n traino; express train rápida traino || vt (break in animals) adextrer; (soldiers) dicipliner; exèrciter; pràcticher la exércitos; (teach a skill through practice and instruction) intrainer || vi (for sports, battle) prèparer si
  • tram n tramo
  • trample vt (crush) aplaster || vi to trample on (stamp, paw) calcher
  • trance n trancio
  • tranquil adj trancuila
  • trans- afx trans-; transatlantic transatlántica
  • transfer vt trànsferer
  • transform vt transformifer
  • transfuse vt transfuser
  • transgress vt violationer
  • transit vt trànsiter || adj transitive trànsitiva
  • 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
  • travesty n parodío; farço
  • tray n férculo
  • tread vt to 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 curationo; tracto
  • treble adj tripla
  • tree n árboro; tree house àrbor-cabano; tree trunk àrbor-trunco; treecreeper (zool.: Certhiidae) certhio
  • trellis n trilicio
  • tremble vi trèmuler
  • trench n trinçheo; trenchcoat trençhcoto
  • tress n tricio
  • trestle n cabalito; trestle 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
  • trinket n (parva) ornivo; (amulet) amuleto
  • trip n viajo; 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 comunaçha; triviala
  • tritium n (chem.) tritio
  • triumph vi triumfer
  • trivial adj triviala
  • troika n troica
  • troll n (myth.) trolo
  • 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 tròpichisca
  • 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 (zool.: Psophia crepitans) agamío
  • truncate vt truncationer
  • 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 (test) èprober; a census taker once tried to test me on censisto olim éprobin exàminer mi; (strive) efortier; to try to keep an open mind efortier mantiner on aperta mento; (take pains) pener; (take steps, measures) facer pasuos; to try for efortier obtiner || vt (test) èprober; have you tried not being a mutant? éprobin vi ne eser on mutationinto?; try the wine éprobes la vino; (fatigue) fatigher; (judicially) jùdicher; proceser; to try on (a garment) èprobe vestejer; èprober || 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
  • tuff n (geol.) tofo
  • tuft n tufo
  • tug vt tirer || n tug-of-war joco di tiro je cordo; tugboat remulchi-barco
  • tulip n (bot.: Tulipa) tulipano
  • tumor n tumoro
  • tun n tonelo
  • tuna n thuno
  • tundra n tundro
  • tune n melodío; to be in tune eser acordaturita; tuning fork acordaturiclo || vt acordaturer
  • tungsten n (chem.: W) tungsteno; wolframo
  • tunic n túnico
  • Tunisia n Tunisia; Tunisian Tunisiano
  • tunnel n tunelo || vt to tunnel one’s way out escaper èxcavante tunelo
  • Tupinambá n Tupinambá
  • turb n turbo
  • turbine n turbino
  • turbocharger n turbocompresatoro
  • turbulent adj destrancuila
  • Turk n Turco; Turkey Turchia
  • turkey n (zool.: Meleagris) meleagro
  • Turkmen n Turcmeno; Turkmenistan Turcmenia
  • turn vt (around another body, turn about) to turn a corner girer circum ángulo; (change) cambier; transformer; she turned me into a newt! eli transformin mi ad on tritono!; (change direction, esp. of vehicles) girer; (change direction, facing) turner; (in a lathe) tornijer; (spin) rotationer; to turn away ne accepter; to turn back (change direction again) riturner; (feathers, hair) rufler || vi (around another body, turn about) girer; (rotate, tech.) rotationer; to turn about (around another body) girer; (on a connected axis) rotationer; to turn away deturner (si); turner sua dorso; to 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 (vulg.) cuno
  • tween n anteadulteçanto
  • tweet vi (chirp) pipier || vt (post on Twitter) Twitterijer || n (chirp) pipio; (post on Twitter) oh no, finish your tweet o no, fines vua Twitterijo
  • 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 dactilògrafìer; màchinscriber || 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 to ulcerate ùlcerizer
  • ulna n ulno
  • ultra- afx ultre-
  • ultramarine n (pigment) ultramaro; (color) ultramareo || adj ultramarea
  • umbrella n umbrelo
  • umpire n àrbitristo || vt àrbitrer
  • unagitated adj calma; trancuila
  • unanimous adj unánima
  • unaware adj nesapanta
  • unbalanced adj desecuilibrianta
  • unbowed adj nedòmitita; nesubmisita; unbowed, unbent, unbroken (fig.) neinclinita, neflexita, nerumpita
  • unburden vt descàrichizer
  • unbutton vt desbutonijer
  • uncanny adj extránea; misteriosa; extraordinaria
  • uncle n thiiçho
  • uncomfortable adj descomfortosa
  • unconscious adj neconcianta; sine concio
  • undead adj desmortinta; vivante mortinta || n desmortinto; vivanta mortinto
  • 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 èduchita
  • 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
  • unfurl vt desvolver
  • 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 dìferanta; nesímila; I, unlike others mi, dìferanta de álteros
  • unlucky adj desfeliça
  • unnerve vt perturbationer
  • unpack vt despachifer
  • unscrew vt ecturnader
  • unsettle vt destrancuilifer || adj unsettling destrancuilifanta
  • until prep usche; it’s never been a problem until now usche nun lo jamas esin on problemo || conj usche che; wait until I get back atendes usche che mi rivenun
  • 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) rebelionanta; (on one’s legs) stanta; (prices) augmentita; plu alta; (thoroughly) par-; (to the top) ad supre; (well again) risanifita; hard up páupera; pàuperaza; 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 || n upkeep mantino
  • upbringing n éduco
  • upon prep (on top of) sur; a ship upon the sea on navo sur la maro; why’d you leave the keys upon the table? pro cuo vi lacin la clavos sur la ménsulo?; (onto the top of) adsur; to leap upon the stage salter adsur la cenayo; (by means of) per; to swear upon one’s honor jurer per sua honoro; (on the side of) an; a window upon the West fenestro an Occidento; (time, occasion) an; post; ye; once upon a midnight dreary olim an on nocti-medio sombra; upon his arrival an iluya arivo
  • upper adj súpera; upper arm (supra) brachio
  • upright adj verticala || n (post) verticala trabo; verticalo
  • upside down adj renversita
  • uranium n (chem.: U) uranio
  • Uranus n (myth.) Úranus; (planet) Úrano
  • urban adj civitatisca; urban blight, decay civitatisca decadentio || n urbanite civitatano
  • urge vt urger || adj urgent urjanta
  • urine n urino; urinal urinabo
  • urology n uròloghío; urologist urólogo
  • Uruguay n Uruguaya; Uruguayan Uruguayano
  • USA n Usonia
  • use vt user || n what is the use of that? cua es la ùtilitio di ecuilo?; username usanti-nómino || adj to be used to he used to live here ili ántee hábitin hic; he used to say ili custumin dicer; we used to walk together nos custumin caminer cume | (be in the habit of) custumer; used not used necustumata; neusata; used up parusita | (of words, implements, etc.) usata, -ita; (obsolete) obsoleta; useful útila; useful arts útila artos; useless neútila
  • usual adj custumasca || adv usually custume
  • usurp vt usurper
  • utensil n utensilo
  • uterus n (anat.) útero
  • utilitarian adj ùtilitiisca; (philos.) ùtilismisca; [person] ùtilista || n utilitarianism (philos.) ùtilismo
  • utility n (usefulness) ùtilitio; (public) pública serv(erí)o; (software) servi-programo; ùtilitiisco
  • 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 to 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
  • valent adj (bio, chem.) valenta || n valence valentitio
  • valet n vasleto
  • valiant adj brava; proda
  • valid adj válida
  • valley n valato
  • 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 vàndalejatco || vt to vandalize vàndalejer
  • 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) vòlvitizita
  • vaunt vt lauder
  • veal n bovol-carno
  • vector n (bio.) vectoro; (math, phys.) vectorialo
  • vegetate n vègeter; vegetable (edible) legúmino; (plant or person) vègetanto; vegetation vègetantado
  • vehicle n vehiclo; (automobile, carriage, wagon) vecturo; recreational vehicle campej-vecturo; sport utility vehicle sportisca ùtilitii-vecturo
  • veil n velamento
  • vein n vénulo
  • velar adj velara
  • velocity n velocitato
  • velvet n viluto
  • venerate vt venerationer
  • venereal adj venérea
  • venereology n venereòloghío
  • Venezuela n Venetiola; Venezuelan Venetiolano
  • vengeance n vindicto
  • vengeful adj vindictema
  • venom n veneno || adj venomous venenosa
  • venti n (trademarked serving size of coffee) I want a venti half-caf mocha with an add shot and no whip mi desíderan una venti semi-caf(eìnífer)a mocacino cum una plusa doso et sine frulita cremo
  • ventilate vt vèntiler
  • 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; to venture out, into adventurer
  • venule n vènuleto
  • Venus n (myth.) Venus; (planet) Vénere
  • verb n verbo
  • verify vt (check on) controler; verìficher; (confirm) confirmer; verìficher
  • 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 (a videotape; system of recording) vídeo; video game víde-joc(hicl)o; videotape víde-bendo; videotape machine magnetóscopo
  • Vietnam n Vietnamia; Vietnamese Vietnamiano
  • view n videdo
  • vigor n vigoro
  • village n vilajo
  • villain n crìministo
  • vindicate vt (exonerate) justìficher
  • 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 (zool.: Vipera) vípero
  • virgin adj vírgina
  • virology n viròloghío
  • virtual adj virtuala
  • virtue n virtuto; by virtue of per la poto (aut auctoritato) di; pro
  • virtuoso n virtuoso; virtuosity virtuositio
  • virus n viro
  • visa n vizo
  • viscous adj viscosa
  • visible adj vidébila
  • vision n visiono
  • visit vt vìsiter || n vísito; visiting card vísit-carto
  • visor n visaro
  • visual adj vidisca || vt to visualize (imagine) imaginationer; (make visible; display on a computer) vidèbilifer
  • vitamin n vitamino
  • vivacious adj vivaça
  • vivid adj clara; forta; detaliosa; (color, etc.) brilanta; intensa; (archaic: lively and vigorous) animationosa; vivaça; vivosa
  • vlog n víde-blogo
  • vodka n vodco
  • voice n voço
  • volatile adj volátila
  • volcano n volcano
  • volley n salveo
  • volleyball n voli-bulo; (sport) voli-bul(í)o
  • volt n volto
  • volume n (book in a series) volumo; (space) volúmino
  • voluminous adj volùminosa
  • volunteer vt òferer si || n voluntario || adj voluntary voluntaria
  • voluptuous adj voluptosa
  • vomit vt vòmiter || n vòmitatco
  • vote vi votationer; to vote against votationer contre; to vote down votatione refuser; to vote for votationer por; to vote in electioner; to 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 (zool.: Aegypiinae, Gypaetinae, Cathartidae) vúlturo


W

  • wade vi guader || n wader (zool.: Charadriiformes) limícolo; wadepiper (zool.: Phalaropus) falarope
  • wages n salario
  • wagon n caritazo; station wagon (auto.) familialo
  • waist n cinturo; waistcoat gileto
  • wait vt to wait for atender || n waiter camarario
  • wake vt to wake up evìgiler || vi (abstain from sleep; watch) vìgiler
  • Wales n Cumbria; Welshman Cumbro
  • walk vi caminer; to go for a walk promener; to 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 (wish for) desìderer; I want a pony mi desíderan on póneo; I want to be a princess mi desíderan eser on prìncipiso; (archaic: lack) mancher (ad álicu); (Brit.: have need of) besonier || n (desire) desídero; (lack) manco; (need) besonio; (poverty) indijo; pàuperitio
  • 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
  • warg n (myth.) wargo
  • warlock n strigo
  • warm adj calda; lukewarm caldeta, tépida
  • warn vt adverter || n warning adverto
  • wart n veruco; warthog (zool.: Phacochoerus africanus) facochero; veruc-apro
  • wash vt laver; to wash out eclaver || n washcloth lavtuco; washer lavatoro
  • wasp n (zool.: Hymenoptera and suborder Apocrita, excluding bees) vespo
  • waste vt dìsiper || n dísipo; wastepaper basket paperaçhuyo
  • watch vt guarder; (a show of any sort) spectationer; to watch over vìgiler sopre; watch out! atentiones! || 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) àgiter; (with hand) manu-signaler || n undo
  • waver vi vaciler
  • wax n cero; waxwing (zool.: Bombycilla) bombicilo || vt cerizer || vi crecer
  • way n manario; to be in the way of incòmoder; to make a way for vialefer ad; to make one’s way toward directioner si ad; expressway ràpidvialazo; 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 to weasel out of ectorcer si ec; evitaçher
  • weather n tempo
  • weave vt (cotton, wool, etc.) texer; (interlace) plecter
  • web n aràneatco; la Webo; web address Web-adirectio; web browser (Web)nàvighiclo; web page Web-págino; webcam Internet-cámero; World Wide Web tot-tera texatco (TTT); webmaster Web-mágistro; website web-situo; webzine Web-zino
  • wedge n cúneo
  • Wednesday n Mercuriidio
  • weed n herbaçho
  • week n septimano; next week venanta septimano; weekend septiman-fino || adv weekly septimanale
  • weep vi plorer
  • weigh vt pònderer || 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; well-off rica || 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 (asking for information specifying something) 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 will it cost? cuante li costun?; what’s up? cuo eventan?; whatever cuo cunche; (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 çhef-civitato di Mongolia?; what (username) is your username? cua es vua usanti-nómino? || adj (in exclamations) what a jerk! cuala malaçho!; what kind cuala
  • wheat n trítico
  • wheel n roto; Catherine wheel turn-focatco; wheelbarrow cárulo; wheelchair roti-sedilo
  • whelk n (zool.: Buccinum) bucino
  • when cor cuande; whenever cuande cunche
  • where cor ube; wherever ube cunche
  • whereas conj (in opposition) contre che; (seeing that) consìderante che; esante che; (while in fact) dum che facte
  • whereupon conj post cuel
  • whether conj (indicates that the statement applies no matter which alternative is the case) 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 gèmiter
  • whinny vi hiner
  • 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 fìsculer
  • white adj blanca || n whitefish (zool.: Coregonus) corégono
  • 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 nombro; (of one thing) tota
  • wholesale adj engrosa
  • whore n putano
  • why cor pro cuo
  • wicked adj (evil) malvata; evil spirit maligna spírito; (malevolent) mal-volitionanta; (mischievous) maleta; nociva; (morally debased) depravita; (terrible, unpleasant, etc.) abòminanda; mala; teroriva; (unruly) pètulanta
  • wicket n porteto
  • wide adj larga || adv wide awake tote evìgilita
  • 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; wild beast silvaja bestio; [savage] bruto; wild celery (bot.: Apium graveolens var. graveolens) apio
  • 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 (bot.: Salix) sáliço; weeping willow (bot.: Salix babylonica) 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; to wind up (a clock) tender || vi to wind up fine eser; fine trover si || adj winded anhelanta
  • window n fenestro
  • wine n vino
  • wing n (for flying) alo; (theat.) coliso || adj winged alífera
  • winter n hiberno
  • wipe vt deterger; forterger; terger
  • wire n guiro || vt to wiretap telèfonij-intercepter || adj wireless sine guiro; sine-guira; wireless service provider, wireless carrier célul-retisca operatanto
  • wise adj sapienta
  • wish vi desíderer; to wish for desíderer; to wish well of desíderer próspero ad || vt desíderer (álico ad/por álicu); I wish I could mi desíderan che mi poteban; to wish to know desíderer saper; what do you wish of me? cuo vi desíderan de mi? || n desídero; best wishes maxim bona desíderos || adj wishful desìderosa
  • wit n argutitio; arguto; humuro || adj witty arguta
  • witch n strigo; witchcraft strighío; witch hazel (bot.: Hamamelis) hamamelo; witch’s butter (bact.) nostoco
  • with prep (accompanied by) cum; I’m with Stupid mi es cum Stúpido; (against) contre; he’s angry with the world ili iraçan contre la tota mundo; (by means of) -e; per; to write with a pen scriber penine/per penino; (concerning) sopre; (having) cua haban; habanta; the guy with the ears la cherlo aurìculuda; la cherlo cua haban la granda aurículos; with one eye on the pistol and the other on the door cum una óculo ad la pistolo et la áltera ad la porto; with child (pregnant) grávida; with reference to relate ad | (in the house of) apud; she is with me eli es apud mi; (next to) juxte; (to) ad; compared with cómpare ad
  • withdraw vt (fin.) ectirer
  • wither vi (plant) marcer || vt (plant) marcifer
  • withhold vt ritener
  • within prep (place: inside) interne di; (range: inside a specified area, action, perception) to live within one’s means ne expenser plu multo cam sua rédito; within reach en atingébila disto; (time: occurring inside a particular period) 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 || adv interne; enemies within interna inimicos; from within to without de interne ad éxtere
  • without prep (in the absence of) sine; without hope sine spero; (archaic: outside) exter; without the house exter la domo | [with movement] ec || adv (archaic: outside) éxtere; to go without ecvader || conj (in the absence of) ne -ante; ne -inte; sine -er; sine che; I can’t do anything without his maddogging me mi potan facer nulo sine che ili regardan mi feroce; without saying goodbye ne adeinte; sine adeer
  • witness n testo
  • wizard n mago
  • wobble vi (gelatin, hand, pen, voice) trèmuler
  • woe n (misfortune) desfortun(atc)o; malatco; (sorrow) desjoyo; tristitio; (unhappiness) desfelicitio || inter ve!; woe to the vanquished ve ad la vincitos
  • wolf n (zool.: Canis lupus) lupo; wolfsbane (bot. Aconitum) 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 surprisan (che); ne es mirabilio (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
  • worgen n (fantasy) worghesco
  • 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!; to 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 valoranta; to be worth valorer; everyone is worth just so much as the things with which they busy themselves are worth cascunu valoran mere tante cuante valoran la cosos per cua li ócupan si; I’ll tell you this for what it’s worth mi diçan ecuisto ad vi por cuo lo valoran; worthy mèritanta; worthwhile penanda || n to be worth valoro || afx -worthy -anda
  • wound vt vùlnerer || n vùlneratco; wounding vúlnero
  • wrack vt tormenter
  • wrap vt (coil) volver; to 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 radiografìatco; X-ray photography radiografío || vt to X out tra-strichizer; to X-ray radiografìer
  • xanthelasma n xanthelasmo
  • xanthine n xanthino
  • xanthoma n xanthomo
  • xanthophyll n xanthófilo
  • xebec n shabeco
  • xenon n (chem.: Xe) xenono
  • xenophobe n xenófobo; xenophobia xenòfobio
  • xerodermia n xerodermio
  • xerophilous adj xerófita
  • xerophthalmia adj xerophthalmio
  • xerophyte n xerófito
  • xerox n xerògrafìatoro; xerography (art) xerògrafío; xerox copy xerògrafìatco || vt xerògrafìer
  • xiphoid adj xifoida
  • Xmas n Natalo
  • xylem n xilemo
  • xylene n xileno
  • xylograph vt xilògrafìer || n xylographer xilógrafo; xylography xilògrafío
  • 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 gàrul(ad)er
  • yacht n yacto; yachtsman yactisto
  • yak n (zool.: Bos grunniens and Bos mutus) yaco || vi (babble) gàruler
  • 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 gàrulader
  • yaw vi imbarder
  • yawl n yolo
  • yawn vi òciter; (chasms, etc.) àper(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 desìder(az)er; (sigh) suspirer
  • yeast n levaturo
  • yell vi critazer; (howl) ùluler || 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) còlijatco; 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 eses fidela ad vi ipsa; yourselves (plural) vos ipsa
  • youth n (collect.) jùvenado; (person) adulteçanto; júveno; puero; (quality) jùvenitio; youthfulness jùvenitio
  • yowl vi ùluler
  • 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 (min.) zeólitho
  • zephyr n zéfiro
  • zeppelin n zepelino
  • zero n zero || vi to 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
  • Zika n (pathol.) [disease] Zika-febro; [virus] Zika-viro
  • zillion card multilion
  • Zimbabwe n Zimbabuia; Zimbabwean Zimbabuiano
  • zinc n (chem.: Zn) zinco; zincate zincato; zincography zincògrafío || adj zinca
  • zing n enthusiasmo; saporo
  • zinnia n (bot.: Zinnia) 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; zoòloghìayo; zoòloghìisca jardino; zoologist zoólogo; zoology zoòloghío
  • 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 (bot.: Cucurbita pepo var. cylindrica) cucùrbiteto
  • 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 (biochem.) zimaso
  • zyme n zimo; zymology zimòlogío; zymosis (pathol.) zimozo
  • zymology n zimòloghío
  • zymurgy n zimòloghío