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Trigedasleng Dictionary

by TheSanji
Trigedasleng is a constructed language (conlang) that was developed by David J. Peterson for the tv show, The 100.
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Trigedasleng Dictionary
Total 51 levels
    • Hei (l)
      Hello, hi (l)
    • Heya (ll)
      Hello, hi (ll)
    • Leida
    • Leidon
    • Mochof
      Thank you
    • 'Chof
    • Pro
      You're welcome (lesser in expression)
    • Moba
      I'm sorry
    • Fiya
    • Monin
    • Sha
    • No
    • Mebi
    • Reshop
    • Spechou (I)
      Congratulations (l)
    • Sop
      Hail, greetings (formal greeting)
    • Ha yu
      How are you
    • Shopta
      How are you (more familiar greeting)
    • Ha yu lin
      How are you feeling
    • Laik
      Used to express agreement or sympathy (colloquial)
    • Beja
    • Helasha
      Hell yeah, definitely
    • Mon
      Come on
    • Dofo
      Hey (aggressive)
    • Ait
      Right, all right, of course, yeah
    • Gada bilaik
      Looks like
    • Nami
      Capeesh, know what I mean, do you agree
    • Sochu
      What's up
    • Miya
      Come here, look
    • Kei
      Okay, fine
    • Hola
      Come in (used on the walkie-talkie/radio)
    • Bigos
      Hail, praise, cheers
    • Osos (ll)
      Congratulations (ll)
    • Oshou (lll)
      Congratulations (lll)
    • Omau
      Goodbye (said by one person)
    • Osop
      Hurry up
    • Sondaun
    • Somon (III)
      Hello, hi (III)
    • Propro
      You're welcome (fuller in expression)
    • Reshwe
      Rest in peace
    • Yemi
      Over (used on the walkie-talkie/radio)
    • Skai drag em
      Goddamn it
    • Idowe
      Anyway, either way, besides; anyway, at all (intensifier)
    • Wochas
      Watch it, look out, be careful, hey (varies)
    • Ba'm eintheing
      It doesn't matter, it's nothing
    • Klir skai, klin woda
      Set for life, made, made in the shade, set, sitting pretty
    • Radon
      Good, exactly, okay
    • Yu gonplei ste odon
      Your fight is over
    • Mebi oso na hit choda op nodotaim
      May we meet again
    • Omon gon oson
      All of me for all of us
    • Kom woda 'so gyon op, gon woda 'so kom daun
      From water we are born, to water we return
    • Ge smak daun, gyon op nodotaim
      Get knocked down, get back up
    • Kom graun, oso na graun op. Kom folau, oso na gyon op
      From the Earth, we will grow. From the ashes, we will rise
    • Kom eno
      In the end, ultimately
    • Ste kiken
      Long live x, cheers x, cheers, go (general exhortative)
    • Teik bliden
      To light up, to open fire on
    • Kom nau gon feva
      From now until forever
    • Maif
      Accompanies polite or official request to join (clause-initial)
    • Kom au gon
      To be born for, to be all about
    • Kom nau kom leida
      Eventually, some day, yet, whether you like it or not, come Hell or high water (various English equivalents); also an adverb
    • Ai giv ai op, gon nemiyon, kom lanik-de
      I give myself, to the miracle, of the sea
    • Snap kom dalop
      Ridiculously slow, very slow
    • Dula yu du
      Do what you can, do what you will, do you
    • Fou gonen
      In time, just in time
    • Ste gonen
      Hold on, keep on keepin' on, keep fighting, keep going, keep it up
    • Teik hot
      To arm up, to load up, to get weapons ready
    • Wiyat
      Hey, what's going on, what's up (no longer a specifically locative expression)
    • Tous
      Yes (emphatically), used to indicate agreement
    • Son swima op ona rein
      Waste of time (like drying fish in the rain)
    • Kom skafa
      Like Hell, as if
    • Teik rokshawa in
      To be stoned to death
    • Komonou
      For now, for the moment, at the moment, for the time being
    • Komblayoda
      No matter what, no matter the cost, no matter the risk
    • Ge jok au
      To move out, to get going
    • Azgedakru
      The Ice People
    • Floukru
      A name for the hypothetical Boat People
    • Floudon Kru
      A name for the hypothetical Boat People
    • Gonakru
      An army, group of warriors
    • Kru
      People, group, crew, clan
    • Krunes
      The lifestyle of the Grounders
    • Maungedakru
      The name for the hypothetical Mountain People
    • Maunkru
      The name for the hypothetical Mountain People
    • Sangedakru
      The desert clan
    • Skaikru
      The Sky People; people of Arkadia
    • Trigedakru
      The people of the woods clan
    • Trikru
      The tree clan
    • Trishanakru
      The people of the glowing forest clan
    • Wonkru
      The clan from the bunker
    • Yujledakru
      The Broadleaf people
    • Kyongedon
      A word for all Grounders
    • Fleimkidon
      Flame kit
    • Fleimon
      The Flame
    • Maungeda
      The name for a hypothetical Mountain Nation
    • Praimfaya
    • Wanheda
      Commander of Death
    • Azplana
      Ice Queen
    • Klikalida
      Bringer of the Key
    • Sadgeda
      Conclave (where the new Heda is chosen)
    • Sheidheda
      The Dark Commander
    • Sheidjus
    • Skayon
      Sky Person, Arker
    • Sonchageda
      The City of Light (also Sonchgeda, Soncha Kapa)
    • Tondisi
    • Trigedasleng
      Trigedasleng, language of the Grounders
    • Triyon
      Tree person
    • Vosenshou
      The Separation Ritual
    • Pramheda
      The First Commander
    • Blodreina
      The Red Queen
    • Skairipa
      Death from above
    • Branjus
      Nightblood novitiate
    • Maun-de
      Mount Weather
    • Senktom
    • Seken
      The person who is second in command for a squad or tribe
    • Ripa
    • Maunon
      Mountain Man, Mountain Men
    • Ai
      I, me, myself
    • Yu
      You, your, yourself
    • Em
      He, she, it, them (singular subject), themself
    • Emo
      They, them
    • Yo
      You all, y'all
    • Oso
      We, us; includes the listener
    • Osir
      We, us; excludes the listener
    • Yumi
      You and I, me
    • Du
      Someone; he, she, it, them (singular subject) (derogatory)
    • Choda
      Each other
    • En
    • Noda
    • Enes
      Everyone, everybody (used as an alternative where en may be confused with em)
    • Enti
    • Ething
    • Non
      No one, nobody
    • Som
    • Chon
      Who (with pronoun); which
    • Chit
    • Wof
      What if
    • Taim
      When; if
    • Ha
    • Hanch
      How much, how long
    • Hani
      How many
    • Hakom
    • Chomouda
      Why (more extreme, aggressive)
    • Kaina
      Kind of, slightly, a little, a bit; how, what kind of (connective)
    • Prom
    • Weron
    • Ai op
      To see, watch (transitive)
    • Ai raun
      To see, watch (intransitive)
    • As klin
      To demand
    • As op
      To ask (transitive)
    • Ash daun
      To snow (intransitive)
    • Badan klin
      To swear loyalty (transitive)
    • Badan op
      To serve
    • Bak daun
      To refuse a challenge, to back down
    • Bak of
      To back off, to stay back (can take a reflexive object)
    • Bak op
      To go backwards, to back up, to stand back (can take a reflexive object), to move back; to stand behind, to support, to stand for
    • Ban au
      To leave behind, to abandon, to ban, to banish
    • Bants
      To leave immediately, to get out, to go, to escape, to flee
    • Bash op
      To hurt, to harm, to injure
    • Beja daun
      To beg, plead
    • Biyo laik
      To say
    • Blid au
      To bleed
    • Bos op
      To break, to bust up, to destroy
    • Breik au
      To free, release
    • Buk au
      To run
    • Bon au
      To cry, weep
    • Chants
      To afford to, to chance (some activity)
    • Chants au
      To chance, to risk (s/t specific when the speaker thinks the risk may not be worth it)
    • Chants in
      To chance, to risk (s/t specific when the speaker wants to emphasize the risk to the risk-taker)
    • Chants klin
      To chance, to risk (s/t specific with great emphasis/urgency)
    • Chants op
      To chance, to risk (s/t specific when the speaker agrees that the risk is worth it)
    • Chek au
      To look, to look at, to investigate, to check
    • Chek raun
      To look around
    • Chich op
      To talk to, to converse with, to chat with, to speak with
    • Chil au
      To make calm, to calm (transitive; as a command, assumes a reflexive object)
    • Chil daun
      To stand down, to refrain (typically takes a reflexive object)
    • Chints of
      To rip off, to take advantage of, to cheat
    • Choj op
      To eat
    • Bastab daun
      To betray
    • Bos in
      To make conform, mold; to break; to constrain
    • Blou of
      To ignore, to put off, to blow off
    • Brol op
      To battle, to do a battle with
    • Bush op
      To go to the bathroom, to relieve oneself (object is usually em)
    • Brin in
      To hug
    • Ai au
      To check out, to scope out, to give the okay to, to approve of
    • Bag au
      To go to bed, to go to sleep
    • Bak we
      To fall back (tactical)
    • Bak klin
      To fall back, to reverse course, to go back, to return (emphatic)
    • Bastab klin
      To betray utterly and completely
    • Bastab au
      To go behind s/o’s back and cut them out of s/t
    • Biyo (laik) moba
      To apologize (to s/o use gon; the laik is optional) (verb phrase)
    • Daun
      Used for when "down" would be used
    • Raun
      Used for intransitive verbs
    • Op
      Used for concrete verbs
    • In
      Used for abstract verbs
    • Klin
      Indicates finality
    • Thru
      Indicates continuation or progressive action
    • Of
      Used for when "off" would be used
    • Au
      Used for when "out" would be used
    • We
      Used for when "away" would be used
    • Beda
      Should, ought to (low severity)
    • Bes
      Should, be obliged to, ought to (medium severity)
    • Souda
      Must, to have to, to have got to (high obligation)
    • Fecha
      Dog, hound
    • Sofstepa
      Cat (both domestic and generic, even for big cats)
    • Flapkrasha
    • Omi
    • Kodchuwa
    • Swapa
    • Pakstoka
    • Flinga
    • Krouka
    • Skwila
    • Tedi
    • Thompa
      Rabbit, bunny
    • Softwicha
      Mouse (specifically)
    • Gapa
    • Trilipa
    • Honibi
      Bee, honeybee
    • Tridropa
    • Shilkrola
    • Hisa
    • Sankrola
    • Shouklaka
    • Sora
    • Pichu
    • Bis
      Beast, animal
    • Swima
    • Finrona
    • Pauna (l)
      Gorilla (l)
    • Feisripa
    • Snacha
    • Kwaka
    • Tripeka
    • Mokskwoma
    • Moksoka
    • Liffecha
    • Trikrola
    • Skwika
    • Jusklampa
    • Steltrona
      A mythical horse that no one can catch
    • Twicha
      Rat, mouse
    • Graunpauna (ll)
      Gorilla (ll)
    • Egleya
      Hen (female chicken)
    • Flufgiva
    • Futstinga
    • Trashmoncha
    • Sansora
    • Natstoka
    • Natskrima
      A type of bird that screeches at night
    • Kroncha
    • Jusdreina
    • Yapa
      Coyote, wild dog
    • Snapa
      Alligator, crocodile
    • Dison
      This - near (dem. pronoun)
    • Disha
      This - near (dem. adjective)
    • Dei
      That - near (dem. adjective)
    • Daunde
      That - far (dem. pronoun)
    • Dei de (circumfixed)
      That - far (dem adjective)
    • Hir
      Here; this - near (spatial adverb)
    • Der
      There; that - near (spatial adverb)
    • Ouder
      Out there; that - far (spatial adverb)
    • Bilaik
      There is, there are, there's (used for location)
    • Dise
      This way, like this (determiner)
    • Dig au
      To learn, to find out, to discover
    • Dig in
      To enjoy, to like; to like (in the romantic sense), to be infatuated with
    • Doba op
      To double, to double back (with generic object em), to go over again
    • Doteip op
      To fix s/t temporarily and quickly to make it work
    • Drag daun
      To cause (s/o) to be delayed, to delay
    • Drag klin
      To lambaste, to inveigh against, to ridicule, to insult, to berate, to castigate
    • Drag raun
      To lag, to lag behind, to fall behind
    • Drein au
      To bleed
    • Drein daun
      To drink
    • Drop klin
      To lose for good
    • Drop of
      To lose, to lose track of
    • Dula klin
      To get s/t over with, to get it done
    • Dula op
      To do (pro-verb; can appear as du when used intransitively)
    • Fig au
      To find, discover, figure (something) out; to read
    • Finga au
      To accuse, to blame
    • Fir in
      To fear, to be afraid of (transitive)
    • Fir raun
      To fear, to be afraid of (intransitive)
    • Fis klin
      To state, to proclaim, to decree
    • Fis op
      To heal, cure; to create; state, to proclaim, to decree; to cook
    • Fish op
      To fish (with object; otherwise use "raun")
    • Flag daun
      To signal, to alert, to flag down
    • Fleim au
      To burn; to be worth to, to be valuable to (s/o)
    • Fleim daun
      To burn down
    • Fleim klin
      To despise, to loathe
    • Fleim op
      To hate
    • Fleiva op
      To spice, to salt, to flavor
    • Flosh klin
      To destroy, to obliterate, to annihilate, to eradicate
    • Flou thru
      To work, to be of any use, to fly (expression)
    • Fong raun
      To waste time, goof off
    • Fou daun
      To lay (with direct object); to lie (with reflexive object)
    • Frag op
      To kill
    • Fronzeda op
      To focus, to pay attention
    • Fas op
      To attach, to fasten
    • Fas daun
      To tie down, to secure
    • Fiya op
      To touch (in a bad way), to molest, to lay hands on, to touch with ill intent (including violence)
    • Drag au
      To make s/t last a long time
    • Drop daun
      To sell
    • Finga raun
      To go around blaming everyone, to be paranoid
    • Dig klin
      To be in love with
    • Doba daun
      To bet, to wager
    • Dula daun
      To do (pejorative or negative sense)
    • Fig op
      To think (can be followed by a subordinate clause headed by bilaik)
    • Fiya in
      To empathize with, to sympathize with
    • Fles of
      To boast or brag to s/o (in the intransitive, you can use either "au" or "raun")
    • Flish of
      To shoo, to dismiss, to get rid of
    • Flish daun
      To insultingly dismiss
    • Flish klin
      To banish, to cast out in an insulting manner
    • Flou daun
      To flow, to float; to go by boat, to sail
    • Frai op
      To cook, to fry (especially)
    • Biskova
      Fur, animal fur
    • Stepa
      Shoe, boot (no distinction)
    • Bakkova
      Clothing, clothes
    • Oukou
      Coat, overcoat, jacket
    • Bleirona
    • Bloka
    • Fayagon
    • Java
      Spear, javelin
    • Seifas
    • Shuda
      Weapon (any kind)
    • Swis
    • Swison
      Blade (generic)
    • Tromon
    • Feisbreika
    • Sesori
      Jewerly (or other ornamentation)
    • Az
    • Deimeika
    • Fotam
      Autumn, fall
    • Friznes
      Cold (noun)
    • Houpgeda
    • Rein
    • Skai
    • Skaikrasha
    • Soncha
    • Sontam
    • Sprintam
    • Tamon
      Season, era, epoch (various)
    • Wintam
    • Tristraka
    • Faya
    • Ufnes
    • Skaiplei
    • Skaikraka
      Thunderbolt, thunder
    • Din
      Used to form negative yes/no questions
    • Ste
      (Progressive tense)
    • Na
      Will, going to, can, could, be able to (future tense)
    • Nou
      No, not (negative, negation)
    • Don
      Have, did (perfect/past tense)
    • Ge
      (Passive tense)
    • Kyon
      Keep, continue (doing something) [iterative/durative]
    • Yufa
      Well, well-made, according to plan, on schedule (adj/adv)
    • Bei
      Dear, dear one, beloved (term of endearment)
    • Jimi
      So-called, supposed
    • Laud
      Loud; painful
    • Azen
    • Aifou
      Alert, wary
    • Badas
      Intense, fierce, awesome
    • Banau
      Banished, abandoned
    • Bezer
    • Bida
      Some, a few
    • Biga
      Big, large
    • Bos
      Awesome, badass, incredible, amazing (general superlative)
    • Brana
    • Branwoda
      Worthless, foolish, useless
    • Briyon
      Smart, intelligent
    • Broukas
    • Daun
      Sad, upset
    • Enti
    • Fanas
      Sexy, good-looking
    • Figa
    • Fleimen
      Valuable (usually to s/o, for which use gon)
    • Fostaim
    • Foto
      Bad, evil, wicked, unjust
    • Fulop
      Pregnant (used more often towards the end of pregnancy)
    • Gafen
      Desperate, pathetic (pejorative), thirsty (colloquial)
    • Groun
      Attractive, sexy, attractive
    • Haken
      Sick, ill
    • Hedsweden
    • Hosh
      Silent, quiet
    • Hot
      Dangerous, deadly, volatile
    • Ifi
      Risky, iffy, uncertain
    • Kefa
      Careful, cautious
    • Kiken
    • Klin
    • Klir
      Safe; empty, open
    • Koken
      Crazy, nuts
    • Kriken
    • Ku
      Fine, okay
    • Kwelen
      Weak, pathetic, poor
    • Laksen
      Hurt, injured
    • Las
      Last, previous, prior
    • Leyos
    • Los
    • Lotau
      Lucky, fortunate
    • Louwoda
    • Manik
      In love, enthralled, enchanted, horny (sincerity depends on context)
    • Meizen
      Beautiful, incredible, amazing (superlative)
    • Mouhai
      Royal, regal
    • Bifi
    • Bodaban
      Separate, isolated, isolationist
    • Bomas
      Fancy, impressive, cool
    • Bonen
    • Asen
      Missing, absent
    • Dropen
      For sale, being sold
    • Izi
    • Doup
      Good, great, awesome
    • Esra
      Over the top, trying too hard
    • Hafa
      Half, half of (followed by a noun that takes -de)
    • Houlas
      Whole, entire
    • Beras
      Naked, nude
    • Bandragen
    • Chil
      Calm, tranquil
    • Doubz
      Cute, adorable
    • Feisen
      Pretty, good looking, beautiful (diminutive)
    • Flashen
      Bright, shining
    • Fulgeda
      Thorough, complete, comprehensive
    • Gagen
      Gagged, gagging
    • Gredi
      Pregnant (used more often at the beginning of a pregnancy)
    • Haiki
      Really, truly, very, brazenly, obviously, ostentatiously
    • Houm
      Familiar, known
    • Mimen
      Jocular, joking, non-serious, flippant
    • Meija
      Major, crucial, important
    • Lowe
    • Louki
      Somewhat, kind of, sort of
    • Krinji
      Awkward, uncomfortable, cringeworthy
    • Konyei
      Irrelevant, yesterday's news, old news, etc.
    • Kansa
      Banished, exiled
    • Kamp
      Located at, at, situated at (requires a locative phrase)
    • Hayop
      Tall, elevated, high
    • Ai
      My (single subject, single object)
    • Yu
      Your (single subject, single object)
    • Em
      His/her/it's (single subject, single object)
    • Oso/osir
      Our (plural subject, single object)
    • Yo
      Y'all's (plural subject, single object)
    • Emo
      Their (plural subject, single object)
    • Oma
      My (single subject, plural object)
    • Oyu
      Your (single subject, plural object)
    • Om
      His/her/it's (single subject, plural object)
    • Oso/osir
      Our (plural subject, plural object)
    • Oyo
      Y'all's (plural subject, plural object)
    • Omo
      Their (plural subject, plural object)
    • Bliden
    • Wonzen
    • Sponjbob
      Yellow (unnatural yellow, or bright yellow)
    • Sankola
      Yellow (natural yellow, or yellowy-brown)
    • Nulif
    • Ouska
    • Bruskola
      Purple (basic)
    • Bounkola
    • Blaken
    • Modi
    • Doskola
      Gray, grey (basic)
    • Stomklad
      Gray, grey (literary)
    • Bruz
      Purple (literary)
    • Reya (l)
      Pink (l)
    • Patrik (ll)
      Pink (ll)
    • Kola
    • Rouz
      Red (Figurative/Literary)
    • Gada in
      To have, to carry (on one's person), to bear
    • Gada op
      To pack, to collect, to get (e.g. one's possessions) together
    • Gaf in
      To want, to seek, to yearn for, to need (in certain instances)
    • Get daun
      To worry, to concern, to bother, to disturb
    • Get in
      To know, understand
    • Get klin
      To be certain, to be sure
    • Get raun
      To atone, to make up, to get in (s/o's) good graces again, to make right (with s/o use kom)
    • Gifa in
      To care about, to be concerned about, to pay attention to, to regard, to concern oneself with
    • Giv op
      To sacrifice, to give up, to relinquish; to praise, to give praise to, to support (requires dummy object of em or emo; the thing praised takes gon)
    • Glong op
      To join
    • Goch klin
      To avenge
    • Goch op
      To escort, to go with; to handle, to take care of, to deal with (neutral connotation)
    • Gon daun
      To happen, to occur (negative implication); to fight
    • Gon op
      To beat up
    • Gon raun
      To fight (intransitive)
    • Gon we
      To go away, to leave (s/t use raun)
    • Gonot
      To leave
    • Gouba in
      To recognize, to acknowledge, to operate under the assumption of, to act as if, to observe
    • Gouba raun
      To go as, to do as, to go by, to do like, to act in the fashion of, to act in the capacity of, to behave as
    • Gouthru klin
      To commit suicide
    • Gouva klin
      To explain, to go over, to detail
    • Gran in
      To earn, to deserve
    • Gran op
      To work for, to strive for, to build up over time, to work toward
    • Groun op
      To grow
    • Gyon au
      To go, to move, to get out of the way, to get going, to get moving, to move out, to head out
    • Gyon klin
      To pass on, to pass away, to move on, to go beyond
    • Gyon op
      To get up, to stand, to rise, to ascend
    • Hed daun
      To grieve, to mourn, to sorrow (for s/o or s/t, use the direct object slot)
    • Hed op
      To lead, to be in charge of, to boss, to command, to rule
    • Hef op
      To wield or carry (expected object is a weapon)
    • Hez op
      To pay attention, to watch out, to watch out for (object is the one that needs watching)
    • Hit op
      To meet up, to get together, to convene; to cook
    • Hod daun
      To control, to manage, to hold down; to hold down, to hold back, to keep down, to retard the progress of, to prevent (from s/t use hashta; used pejoratively)
    • Hod in
      To love
    • Hod klin
      To stop, to put a stop to (emphatic)
    • Hod op
      To stop (also uses op when used intransitively), to wait (when used as a command)
    • Hola au
      To speak, to speak up, to speak out
    • Hola klin
      To shout, yell
    • Hon daun
      To capture
    • Hon in
      To get, to obtain, to receive
    • Hon op
      To reach, to get to, to find
    • Hos of
      To head out, to leave, to start off, to go in the direction of (with phrase headed by gon)
    • Hos op
      To hurry, to get going, to go (exhortative)
    • Hos raun
      To be in a hurry
    • Hosh daun
      To settle down, to calm down, to lull (in order to go to sleep)
    • Huk op
      To give, to get for, to arrange for one to obtain (s/t use kom after op)
    • Gid op
      To celebrate, to commemorate, to memorialize (s/t use gon; can take em as a dummy object, but doesn't take any other object in between gid and op)
    • Goup daun
      To swallow
    • Gouthru au
      To pass, to pass through
    • Gaf taim in
      To be pregnant (verb phrase)
    • Gada raun
      To gather round, to gather, to come together, to congregate
    • Gon nila
      To kneel
    • Gaf klin
      To demand, to call for, to invoke
    • Gon
      To become
    • Gou
      To volunteer
    • Gou of
      To explode in violent anger, to become enraged, to go off, to become angry, to rage (at/on s/o use gon [more modern], or ona [more traditional])
    • Gran au
      To practice (s/t), to work on, to train (e.g. a skill)
    • Gril op
      To cook, to grill (specifically)
    • Hash au
      To discuss, to talk about, to hash out, to figure out (together)
    • Heimbri op
      To pray
    • Hit bag op
      To go to bed (bag is usually possessed or qualified in some way)
    • Gada rein in
      To be worthy of, to be equal to
    • Ik au
      To manage to, to barely be able to, to eke out
    • Gabi thru
      To guide, to navigate
    • Ailon
    • Bigwoda
      Ocean, sea (slang)
    • Bluma
      Flower, bloom, blossom
    • Bouda
      Rock, stone
    • Ejon
    • Graun
      Earth, ground, dirt
    • Klinrona
    • Kliron
      Valley, clearing (no distinction)
    • Krasha
    • Lanik
      Ocean, sea
    • Maun
    • Sishou
      Beach, shore
    • Tof
      Territory, turf, land, area
    • Tri
    • Trei
      Trail, path, street, road (any)
    • Tripou
      Log, tree trunk
    • Trigeda
      Woods, forest
    • Moka
      Mud, muck
    • Audaskai
      Space, outer space
    • Munshana
      Moon (older term)
    • Natshana
      Moon (newer term)
    • Skaifaya
    • Minat
      Dark, moonless night
    • Lasnat
      Last night, the previous night
    • Pauda
    • Graunsheika
    • Houd
    • Thonbluma
    • Sankrasha
    • San
    • Sheid
    • Leda
    • Gabi
      North Star
    • Ain
      Mine (singular subject, plural object)
    • Yun
      Yours (singular subject, plural object)
    • Emon
      His/hers/their's (single subject, single object)
    • Oson
      Ours (plural subject, single object)
    • Yon
      Y'all's (plural subject, single object)
    • Emon
      Their's (plural subject, single object)
    • Omon
      Mine (single subject, plural object)
    • Oyun
      Yours (single subject, plural object)
    • Omon
      His/hers/their's (single subject, plural object)
    • Oson
      Ours (plural subject, plural object)
    • Oyon
      Y'all's (plural subject, plural object)
    • Omon
      Their's (plural subject, plural object)
    • Blinka
    • Breiz
      Hair, braids
    • Chopa
    • Feis
    • Fut
    • Gadagapa
      Vagina (can be shortened to gapa)
    • Jus
    • Keryon
      Soul, spirit
    • Kini
    • Klaka
    • Leda
      Skin, flesh
    • Mami
      Penis, cock, dick (slang)
    • Medo
      Corpse, body (living or dead)
    • Meika
    • Melon
    • Nila
    • Pisa
      Penis, cock, dick
    • Siva
    • Spika
    • Swela
    • Teisa
    • Tombom
    • Bakon
    • Chinkova
    • Loga
    • Graula
      Stomach, belly
    • Lipkova
    • Stoba
    • Stichen
      Operation, surgery, surgical procedure
    • Stichplei
      Surgery (the activity or process)
    • Futkrak
      Toe cleavage
    • Bakspun
      Back side, posterior
    • Flikon
    • Pichfoz
      Body hair
    • Bena
    • Feiskrak
    • Hefdong (I)
      Penis, dick (I)
    • Hefton (II)
      Penis, dick (II)
    • Swinga
    • Skracha
      Claw, talon
    • Rakkrak
      Chest cleavage
    • Poina
    • Omkrak
    • Snifa
      Nose, snout, muzzle
    • Sana
      Deaf individual
    • Laudnes
      Loudness; pain
    • Skadabrein
      Haphazard, unfocused, undisciplined
    • Skaren
    • Skaron
    • Airein
      Tear, tears (mass noun)
    • Fayaslais
    • Kwelnes
    • Swolnes
      Swelling, swollenness
    • Stima
      Autist (s/o who is autistic)
    • Sanen
    • Jak op
      To steal
    • Jok au
      To rip out, to extract, to yank out
    • Jomp in
      To begin to fight, to join a fight, to attack, to assail (intransitive)
    • Jomp op
      To attack, to assail (transitive)
    • Kamp raun
      To be at (locative copula; can occur with or without raun)
    • Kep in
      To retain, to save, to keep, to maintain
    • Kep klin
      To save, to rescue
    • Kigon
      To proceed, to go ahead; to continue, to keep on
    • Kik raun
      To live, to be alive
    • Kik thru
      To survive, to live through
    • Kleim in
      To take back, to reclaim, to take hold of
    • Kof op
      To pay, to give up, to trade, to give in trade (with s/o use gon; for s/t, also use gon)
    • Kof raun
      To pay; to trade (intransitive)
    • Kok au
      To spaz out, to freak out (can take a reflexive object); to resist, to fuss, to raise a stink, to object (various)
    • Kol au
      To challenge
    • Kom au
      To happen, to come to be; to come out well, to turn out well
    • Kom daun
      To return, to go, to visit (to, use gon)
    • Kom of
      To get off, to get away from (forceful)
    • Kom op
      To arrive, to come (with gon to come out for); to grow up, to be from, to be raised (at s/w use raun)
    • Koma op
      To honor
    • Konge
      To fetch, to summon, to call
    • Kot daun
      To undermine, to diminish, to denigrate
    • Kot of
      To cut off, to slice off, to remove; to cut off (as in to get in the way of)
    • Kot op
      To cut, to slice
    • Kova op
      To cover, to cover up, to bury
    • Lan op
      To use, to make use of, to utilize, to put to work
    • Led op
      To wound, to seriously injure, to injure
    • Led raun
      To wound, injure; to go around causing wounds or injuries (intransitive)
    • Lein au
      To set in formation, to put in formation, to set out, to put out (various)
    • Let we
      To forget
    • Lev op
      To train, to practice, to work out, to work on (s/t use gon; object is reflexive unless the subject is the trainer)
    • Lid in
      To bring (in can be replaced by a locative adverb)
    • Lin
      To fare, to be, to feel (defective verb used in fixed expressions)
    • Lok au
      To spot, to sight, to find, to discover (usually s/t or s/o that a search has been on for)
    • Lok daun
      To secure, to cage, to jail
    • Lok in
      To target, to get in one's sites
    • Lok op
      To find, to locate, to get
    • Lom op
      To alert, to warn
    • Lufa au
      To search, to look for
    • Lus au
      To open, to undo, to unfasten, to unlock, to untie
    • Lif op
      To lift, to raise, to pick up
    • Kep op
      To tend, to take care of
    • Loya op
      To prepare for battle, to get ready for a fight, to go round up recruits, to get a posse together
    • Let daun
      To lower, to set down
    • Let of
      To allow to leave, to allow to escape punishment, to exonerate
    • Let op
      To abate, to dissipate
    • Kot thru
      To cut through
    • Kongeda op
      To assemble, to reassemble, to congregate
    • Komba
      To come, to return (often occurs with hir or raun)
    • Klir au
      To clear, to clear out, to make clear
    • Klir of
      To release, to let go, to let go of, to allow to pass
    • Kik in
      To breach, to knock down, to penetrate (object can be a barrier or the place a barrier is protecting)
    • Kep klir
      To spare, to leave unharmed, to leave untouched
    • Kansa klin
      To exile, to banish
    • Ailonon
    • Aulana
    • Amin
      Master, sire, sir, ma'am
    • Bandrona
      Ambassador (product of reanalysis)
    • Bloka
    • Branon
      New thing, new one
    • Bushhada
      Coward, wimp, wuss, chicken, sissy (insult)
    • Buka
    • Chicha
      Speaker (of a language)
    • Dokwocha
      Apparition, ghost, something that watches from the shadows
    • Doteipa
      Helper (informal)
    • Fingadon
      Accused, accused one, defendant
    • Fisa
      Healer, curer, doctor, medic
    • Fleimkepa
      Historian (the one who preserves the history of the Heda)
    • Fossopa
      Scout, envoy
    • Fotowon
      Bad one
    • Fous
      Force, fighting force, numbers, army, group, squad, squadron, team
    • Frikdreina
      One born with a visible physical defect as a result of radiation poisoning
    • Gona
      Warrior, fighter, soldier
    • Gougeda
      One who is persistent, a go-getter
    • Haihefa
    • Hainofa
    • Hainofi
    • Haiplana
    • Heda
      Leader, commander, chief
    • Hayon
      God, deity
    • Hangada
    • Haka
      Master (s/o who is highly skilled)
    • Hedsweda
      One who's guilty
    • Honon
      Prisoner, captive
    • Hosa
      Rider, mounted warrior
    • Jaka
    • Joka
    • Kampa
      Slave, servant
    • Kepon
    • Kika
    • Kripa
      Demon, evil one, wicked one, corrupter
    • Luson
      Host (one who opens the door for you)
    • Natrona
      Traitor (s/o who runs off in the night)
    • Neindropa
      Imposter, fake, blowhard, impostor
    • Opkepa
      Caretaker, tender
    • Ouspika
      Priest, priestess
    • Planhaka
      Jerk, asshole (suggests s/o who's domineering and manipulative, skews male)
    • Randzi
      Chef, cook (s/o who's especially skilled)
    • Raunon
      Person, citizen, group member
    • Reinja
    • Ripa
    • Seda
      Teacher, instructor (s/o who sets up the lesson for the student to do)
    • Shouna
      Advisor, councilor
    • Sichripa
    • Slengswicha
    • Sobtwida
      A passive-aggressive person
    • Strada
      Planner, plotter
    • Testa
      Messenger, page
    • Torcha
    • Tro
    • Vaucha
      Witness (legal)
    • Veida
      Invader, raider, infiltrator
    • Wocha
    • Wuskripa
      Monster (fantastical)
    • Wormana
      War chief, general
    • Yomblod
      Apprentice, student, protege
    • Yujon
      Strong one
    • Yontsleya
      Champion, hero
    • Yonhaka
      Someone who makes stuff with yarn
    • Zokabog
      Traitor, spy, snake, one who takes gossip and sells it for money
    • Branwoda
      Idiot, fool, moron
    • Dalop
      Slow thing
    • Kapa
      Sir, ma'am (a sign of respect)
    • Osleya
    • Mavrik
    • Pram
      First (of a kind)
    • Loma
    • Gosik
      Helper, volunteer, assistant
    • Fika
    • Breida
      Trusted individual, confidant, comrade, compatriot (someone trusted to be close enough to braid one's hair)
    • Wanloma
      Harbinger of death
    • Dropon
      Dead, fallen one (figurative)
    • Dreina
    • Bakon
      Ally, support person
    • Bakspun
      The person who lies behind when spooning
    • Bandraga
    • Bastaba
    • Fleshmod
      Human; humanity, human race
    • Eikon
      Loss, one who is lost, lost one
    • Futena
    • Hakas
      Sickly, feeble; inferior, poor quality, shoddy
    • Hedswishen
    • Zoka
      Wild, wanton warrior, nut, crazy-in-a-good-way person (generally positive)
    • Trapfapa
      Loudmouth, braggart (insult used with s/o who talks themselves up a bit too much)
    • Thoschon
      Go-getter, enterprising individual, self-starter (stronger than gougeda)
    • Tala
      Narc, informant
    • Stedaun
      Dead, dead ones (generic)
    • Spona
      Employee, underling, worker
    • Splida
      Outsider, outcast (s/o who's not a part of the in group, and is, therefore, to be avoided)
    • Spicha
      Liar, deceiver
    • Sospeda
      S/o who blindly repeats whatever they're told without evaluating the information, gossip
    • Sofstepen
    • Skraba
    • Skadabrein
      Person who is unfocused, undisciplined
    • Reinseda
      Strategist, leader, commander (not a formal position, but situationally)
    • Newana
      Immortal (one who never dies)
    • Loufa
    • Krusada
      Delegate, clan delegate, representative
    • Bilaik
      To be like (used for questions and comparisons)
    • Bitam
      A lot, majorly, hugely
    • Defli
      Definitely, absolutely
    • Den
      Then; therefore, then, so, and so (coordinating conjunction)
    • Dena
    • Eni
    • Fali
    • Foshou
    • Hofli
      May, perhaps, would (optative)
    • Jos
      Just, only, simply, merely
    • Kom gon
    • Kom nau
      Yet, already
    • Kom taim
      Until, till
    • Kom we
      As, like, in the way that, just as (coordinating conjunction)
    • Krei
      Really, very, so (generic intensifier)
    • Mou
      Forms comparative and superlative forms of adjectives
    • Moubeda
      More, greater (positive superlative/ comparative); move, further
    • Nau
    • Nodotaim
      Again, once more, another time
    • Noumou
      Just, only, simply; enough, no more, no longer, anymore, again, that's all, and nothing else
    • Nowe
      Nowhere; never (emphatic negation)
    • Otaim
    • Pleni
      Enough, no more
    • Proli
      Would, probably would, would have (assertive)
    • Toli
      So, very (emphatic)
    • Wei
      Really, very (intensifier)
    • Sou
      Provides emphasis, typically on a copula or verb (emphatic)
    • Nestam
      Next time
    • Bosh
      Denotes plurality
    • Loda
      A lot, very much, really (emphatic)
    • Oda
      Too much
    • Ogeda
      Together, combined, both
    • Pri
      Pretty, fairly, mostly, almost
    • Feva
      Forever; a long way, a long time, a long distance
    • Bali
      Unfortunately, sadly, it's a shame that
    • Liwe
      A short distance (noun, adjective, adverb)
    • Lowe
      Long way, far
    • Stedat
      Instead, instead of that, instead of
    • Strei
      Completely, fully, very (generic intensifier)
    • Seimwe
      Same way, the same way, in the same way; still (preposes verb)
    • Kom otaim
      Like always, as always
    • Chilja
      To make a long story short, essentially, basically
    • Badas
      Intensely, fiercely, a lot
    • Briyon
      Wisely, intelligently
    • Wei
      Really, very (intensifier)
    • Wei seintaim
      Too, too much
    • Suna
      Very soon (more immediate than dena)
    • Sonsun
      Hopefully soon, but probably never (unlikely to occur)
    • Oflan
      In the real world, in reality, for real
    • Nopro
    • Nauleida
    • Meija
      Hard (general intensifier)
    • Liwa
      A little while, a short amount of time, a bit
    • Lis
      At least
    • Kom koma
    • Klir
      Safely, freely, in an unencumbered way (can replace verbal satellite)
    • Jimi
      Supposedly, allegedly (questionably)
    • Riski
    • Nibo
    • Nes
    • Newanen
      Immortal, undying
    • Noden
      Sleepy, tired
    • Non-non
      Tasty, yummy
    • Nopro
      Easy, simple
    • Noseim
    • Odei
      Reliable, dependable, ready to go, awesome (more enthusiastic than stedi)
    • Odon
      Over, finished, complete, done, broken
    • Ogud
      Ready, prepared, set, settled
    • Pis
      Angry, upset, mad
    • Prad
      Free, available, unashamed, unafraid
    • Presh
      Sacred, holy, divine, hallowed
    • Promada
      Infected, poisonous, toxic (said of a wound that will eventually kill you)
    • Radon
      Correct, true, accurate
    • Ratop
      Controlled, manipulated
    • Reya
      Raw, rare
    • Seim
      Same; own (as in one’s own x)
    • Seintaim
      At the same time, too, also, likewise
    • Shanen
      Happy, glad
    • Sisfou
    • Skechi
      Wrong, off, bad, weird
    • Slak
      Loose, open, undone, unfastened; cool, easy-going, awesome
    • Slogen
    • Snap
      Fast, quick
    • Sobtwiden
    • Somi
    • Soulou
    • Spichen
      False, fallacious, dishonest, deceptive;
    • Stanop
      Good, decent, kind, kind-hearted, good-hearted
    • Stedaun
    • Stedi
      Steadfast, reliable, dependable, disciplined (generic)
    • Stelt
      Silent, secretive, clandestine, stealth, quiet
    • Strik
      Small, little
    • Teina
      Intertwined, entwined, mixed together, tangled, tangled up, tied together, combined
    • Thonken
      Hollow (onomatopoeic)
    • Thosti
      Desperate, eager (no longer pejorative); triumphant, assertive, enterprising, the quality of being a go-getter
    • Tingli
      Uncomfortable (for social situations); The feeling one gets in one’s limbs when they’re trying to wake up
    • Tofon
      Difficult, tough
    • Wichen
      Trusting, having confidence in, loyal
    • Yuj
      Strong, powerful, mighty
    • Ridiyo
      True, real, actual
    • Pyo
      Good, kind, innocent
    • Tagbleinken
      Awkward, embarrassing
    • Vas
    • Swit
      Good, cool (generic)
    • Sloshen
      Drunk, tipsy
    • Sheidi
    • Ouwa
      Natural, naturally-occurring, wild; unmutated, untainted, non-radiated, unspoiled, safe
    • Skes
      Scarce, rare, few, hard to find
    • Sik
    • Yonen
      Yearning for, dreaming for, desirous for (use gon; for yearning to, use na)
    • Yong
      Fresh, edible, potable, safe, unspoiled
    • Wouk
      Profound, deep
    • Trompen
      Blatant, brazen, egregious, audacious (negative connotation)
    • Trapfapen
      Loud, braggadocious, ostentatious
    • Tont
      Awesome, amazing
    • Tona
      Many, a lot
    • Swolen
      Swollen, swelling
    • Swol
      Hot, good-looking, strong-looking, attractive (said of men)
    • Stredop
      Sensible, sensical, logical
    • Stomben
    • Sola
      Good, praiseworthy, admirable, respectable
    • Sofstepen
      Introverted, quiet, shy (but not timid)
    • Smol
      Cute, precious, darling
    • Skwed
    • Shugeizen
    • Sanen
    • Rimbo
      Popular, well-liked, least bad, favored
    • Reinseden
      Ordering, bossy (but in a good way), commanding, assertive
    • Redop
      Amped, revved up, pissed, ready, primed
    • Rait
      Just, fair
    • Ousku
    • Oudas
      Ancient, very old
    • Os
    • Nana
      Crazy, nuts, ludicrous, ridiculous
    • Ani
      Aunt or other older female relative
    • Bro
    • Fyucha
      Baby, infant
    • Gada
    • Goufa
      Child; offspring
    • Hef
    • Houmon
      Spouse, wife, husband
    • Komfon
    • Komfona
    • Komfoni
    • Lukot
    • Niron
      Loved one, family member, kin, friend (various)
    • Nomfa
    • Nomfri
    • Nomi
      Mommy, mom
    • Nomon
      Mother, mom
    • Noni
      Daddy, dad
    • Nontu
      Father, dad
    • Onka
      Uncle; any older male relative; family friend
    • Plan
    • Sadrona
      Girlfriend, boyfriend, significant other
    • Seingeda
      Kkin, family, extended family, relatives, relations
    • Sis
    • Skat
    • Snogon
      Loved one, dear one (used primarily with children)
    • Strisis
      Little sister, sister
    • Yongon
      Child; esp. one's own child
    • Sofon
      Baby, honey (pet name)
    • Blodon
      Kin, family related directly by blood, immediate family
    • Shela
      Parents (refers to everyone that takes care of s/o, not just one parent)
    • Konop
      Youth, teen, teenager, young person, young adult (no longer a child)
    • Shilon
      A child that isn't blood related but is in your care
    • Traka
      Cart (especially one pushed on a track)
    • Floudon
      Boat, raft, canoe, ship (general term)
    • Klika
    • Ridou
      Wafer, chip (both edible and image schematic)
    • Shimon
      Cargo, shipment, package, gear (various)
    • Tayon
      Rope, cord, line
    • Tona
      Wheel, crank, seal (depends on context, but refers to some sort of mechanical device)
    • Trakrona
    • Veida
    • Shima
      Transport, truck
    • Fleimstika
      Brand (from a branding iron)
    • Skafa
      Cataclysm, Ragnarok, destruction, apocalypse, Hell, catastrophe, calamity (a word for the end of the world or end of days)
    • Heimbri
    • Natbri
      Evening prayers
    • Nemiyon
    • Memon
      Memento, keepsake, symbol, trinket
    • Deyof
    • Yunyon
      Wedding, marriage
    • Spichplei
      Religion, faith
    • Shou
      Ritual, ceremony
    • Mafta op
      To follow
    • Mana
      To plan to, to intend to
    • Maun op
      To mount, to start riding, to set out, to get in, to get on (especially a vehicle or a horse)
    • Mema in
      To remember; to know how to; to say, to speak (a language)
    • Mema klin
      To speak fluently, to speak natively (said of a language)
    • Mema we
      To to miss, to pine for
    • Mes op
      To disrupt, to interrupt
    • Min klin
      To intrude, to barge in on
    • Mis op
      To mix up, to confuse, to mistake (for s/o or s/t, use gon)
    • Ninja raun
      To sneak (can be used with an object)
    • Nod of
      To fall asleep
    • Ouyon klin
      To owe, to be indebted
    • Min op
      To enter, to go in
    • Mes raun
      To do a bad job, to do a poor job, to screw up, to botch
    • Mim au
      To joke around, to joke with friends (usually takes a plural subject, or takes an audience)
    • Mim daun
      To ridicule, to slam, to burn, to roast
    • Mim op
      To tell a joke to, to joke with
    • Mof daun
      To drop (intentionally)
    • Mof klin
      To drop (unintentionally)
    • Mof op
      To mess up, to screw up, to muff
    • Mwon
      To get past, to move beyond, to go beyond, to get past (s/t use kom)
    • Mwon op
      To advance
    • Mwon au
      To mobilize
    • Nuk op
      To cook
    • Nor op
      To ignore, to flout, to break (e.g. a truce or rule), to fly in the face of
    • Neg daun
      To disparage, to ridicule, to chastise
    • Natbri op
      To pray in the evening
    • Jok of
      To fuck (curse; crude)
    • Skrish
    • Joken
    • Stumucha
      Asshole, lazy punk, bastard (insult)
    • Jok
      Fuck (expletive)
    • Nomajoka
    • Nomonjoka
    • Spichen
      Damn, dammit, damn it, darn, etc.
    • Won
    • Tu
    • Thri
    • Fou
    • Fai
    • Sis
    • Sen
    • Nain
    • Ten
    • Len
    • Twel
    • Thotin
    • Fotin
    • Fitin
    • Sistin
    • Sentin
    • Eitin
    • Naitin
    • Tweni
    • Thodi
    • Fodi
    • Fidi
    • Sisti
    • Sendi
    • Eidi
    • Naidi
    • Honet
    • Thauz
    • Miyon
    • Biyon
    • Noma
    • Eit
    • Bag
    • Baggeda
      Bedroom, bunkroom
    • Bangeda
    • Dou
      Door, gate, entrance, entryway
    • Fleta
    • Flika
    • Geda
      Post (military), place; (as part of a compound) gathering
    • Haisidon
    • Hodgeda
      Position, place, point, spot (situational; especially in discussing positioning for a battle or game)
    • Hou
      Home (positive connotations)
    • Howe
    • Kofgeda
      Trading post (maybe store, if stores or shops still exist)
    • Medgeda
      Crypt, morgue
    • Oupas
    • Preshon
      Seal (association with presh is a folk etymology)
    • Sobwe
    • Stegeda
      Village, town, hamlet
    • Taingeda
      Jail, prison, prison cell
    • Trap
      Base, homebase, headquarters
    • Trashsaka
      Dump, waste, wasteland
    • Treibloka
      Barricade, blockade; embargo, trade embargo, boycott
    • Tronkova
      Blanket, comforter
    • Wo
    • Wogeda
      Room, chamber (considered fancier than plain geda)
    • Bonka
    • Waus
      Palace, castle
    • Girgeda
      Machine shop
    • Mesa
    • Mosh
      Marsh, swamp
    • Poda
    • Leizashou
      Aurora borealis, northern lights
    • Hoshon
      Quarters, sleeping quarters, bunk, room (place where one can enjoy quiet)
    • Stergeda
      Stair, stairs, staircase
    • Soufa
      A place of rest and relaxation, a safe space for family and friends
    • Setnes
      Watch (e.g. at a prison or camp)
    • Sangeda
    • Raunkova
      Rotunda, dome
    • Ponis
    • Kapa
      City, metropolis; capital
    • Pleinkon
    • Pad daun
      To search, to investigate; to assess, to appraise
    • Ponk klin
      To fool, to trick
    • Pudon op
      To wear, to put on, to bear (usually for "to wear", one would use ste)
    • Pul klin
      To pull out, to pull (emphatic)
    • Pul op
      To pull, to pull up; to catch (referring to fish or anything else visually similar)
    • Pul we
      To draw away, to draw out, to pull away
    • Put daun
      To execute, to euthanize, to put down, to put to sleep, to kill
    • Rak op
      To control, to manipulate
    • Rid op
      To sleep (can take a reflexive object)
    • Rip au
      To rip, to repair
    • Rip klin
      To murder (to kill with negative connotations)
    • Rip of
      To tear off, to rip off (transitive only)
    • Ron op
      To get, to gather, to give
    • Rowe op
      To flee, to retreat, to run away
    • Push au
      To give birth to, to bear
    • Rufa op
      To root for, to cheer for, to praise, to be high on
    • Rou op
      To arrive (esp. w/ a plural subject)
    • Rou au
      To leave (esp. w/ a plural subject)
    • Rikrou op
      To mislead, to lead on
    • Rez op
      To rouse, to wake up, to bring back to consciousness, to bring out of a vegetative state, to make s/o snap out of s/t
    • Rez klin
      To resurrect, to come back to life
    • Rein op
      To form ranks, to form up, to get into position
    • Rak daun
      To control, to manage
    • Push of
      To shove, to push (especially to push s/t off of s/o)
    • Push we
      To distance oneself from s/t or s/o
    • Push in
      To advance, to go towards
    • Poda raun
      To splash, to lap, to puddle (impressionistic description of the way water moves or splashes around)
    • Sonop
    • Nat
    • Raz
      Dawn (literal and figurative)
    • Aftaim
    • Deyon
    • Foutaim
    • Gou
      Time, iteration
    • Sintaim
      Day, daytime
    • Taim
    • Tika
      Second, moment (figurative), minute (time/temporal; figurative)
    • Yeson
    • Moron
    • Yiron
    • Yo
      Years old
    • Sheidgeda
    • Sindan
      Space of time equivalent to an hour or two
    • Nuya
      Span, era (indefinite period of time thematically linked)
    • Ena
      Well, so, thus
    • Pas
      After (when preceding a full clause, usually takes bilaik)
    • Ba
    • Kos
      Because, 'cause, since; while (subordinating conjunction)
    • O
    • Sos
      Too bad, unfortunately, sucks that, pity (subordinating conjunction)
    • Seintaim kom
      Along with, in addition to, as well as (coordinating conjunction)
    • Sef
      Save, except, but, other than (subordinating conjunction); unless, lest
    • Bilaik
      That (subordinating conjunction)
    • En
    • Fou
      Before (when preceding a full clause, usually takes bilaik)
    • Ina
      Even though, though, despite, despite the fact that
    • Tiya
      Inside, innards, interior (both literal and figurative)
    • Auda
      Out of, through, from
    • Gon
      Against, on, to, at, for, towards, upon
    • Hashta
      That is, i.e., fyi; about, regarding, concerning, with respect to
    • Kom
      From, of, with; until
    • Thau
      Without, less, minus, not including (abessive)
    • Seim bilaik
      Just as, just like, the same way that, same as
    • Kom liwa
      For a little while
    • Feva gon
      All the way, to the end of, along to the end, all along
    • Bilaik
      For, as, acting as, like
    • Kom auda
      From out of, away from
    • Seim kom
      Just like, as, same as
    • Woda
      Water (any kind, including non-drinkable or contaminated water)
    • Dina
      Food; meal (any)
    • Souda
      Drink (generic)
    • Tous
    • Sawajus
    • Fleiva
    • Sanch
    • Steiks
    • Adin
      Ingredient, component
    • Honi
    • Siza
    • Breinfriza
      Ice cream, froyo, frozen custard, snow cone
    • Sad in
      To decide, to choose
    • Sad klin
      To decide, to choose (emphatically; an intensive version of the word)
    • Sad op
      To pick, to choose, to take (specifically to choose s/t physical that one is going to take away)
    • Sak au
      To trick, to fool, to outsmart, to outwit
    • Sak daun
      To take down, to topple, to tackle
    • Sei
      To mean, to signify (object or subordinate clause mandatorily preceded by bilaik)
    • Seimbeda
      To like; to prefer (s/t to s/t else, use kom)
    • Sen daun
      To put down, to set down; to leave s/t (to s/o use gon), to put s/o in charge of s/t
    • Sen in
      To hear, to smell; to sense, to detect
    • Sen klir
      To let go, to let loose, to let leave, to set loose
    • Sen op
      To listen (actively); to send (to s/w use gon)
    • Ses op
      To have sex with
    • Set daun
      To give up, to give in, to surrender
    • Set klin
      To belong (to, use gon)
    • Set of
      To be born
    • Set raun
      To stay, to remain, (for s/o or s/t, use kom); to anticipate, to look to, (requires raun); to study, (requires reflexive object; object of study preceded by kom)
    • Shak op
      To live with, to share a space with (s/o use gon)
    • Shil op
      To protect, to guard
    • Shof op
      To be quiet, to be silent (intransitive); quiet, to silence (transitive)
    • Shoun of
      To present, to introduce
    • Shoun op
      To guide, to lead, to show the way
    • Shoun we
      To lead away, to lead off, to take away
    • Sin daun
      To sit
    • Sin in
      To see, to witness
    • Sing au
      To sing
    • Sis au
      To help, to aid, to assist
    • Sis op
      To grab, to capture, to grasp, to take hold of, to seize
    • Skech au
      To draw, to sketch
    • Skiv op
      To creep on, to hit on in an obvious and unwanted fashion (or used to make fun of s/o hitting on s/o else)
    • Skrab daun
      To write
    • Skwed op
      To repay, to make even, to pay back, to make good
    • Slad au
      To pour
    • Slash klin
      To slash, to cut open, to slice open, to slit
    • Slip daun
      To fall, to trip, to slip (intransitive only); to die (figurative); to kill (transitive only)
    • Slip thru
      To fail
    • Smak daun
      To push over, to knock over; to reject, to repudiate
    • Smuch op
      To kiss
    • Sof daun
      To suffer, to struggle, to be in pain (can take reflexive object)
    • Son op
      To dry, to dry out (transitive; for intransitive, use the passive)
    • Speis au
      To go into a daze or trance, to space out
    • Spek daun
      To bow, to bow down as a sign of respect, to show respect, to respect
    • Spin raun
      To dance; to think about, to consider, to ponder (Both definitions can take a reflexive or regular object)
    • Sponj au
      To drain, to drain out, to wring out, to squeeze like a sponge
    • Spun in
      To cuddle up to s/o from behind
    • Spun op
      To cuddle (i.e. to engage in cuddling transitively), or to cuddle up to s/o
    • Stan op
      To build, to construct
    • Step au
      To make a move, to initiate an action, to tip one's hand, to take the lead, to move (various meanings; can take reflexive object), to go for, to advance upon (with gon)
    • Step klin
      To march
    • Step of
      To move out of the way (of s/t use kom; can take a reflexive direct object)
    • Sting in
      To sting, to burn, to smart
    • Stomba op
      To wake up, to awaken
    • Stomba raun
      To be awake
    • Stot au
      To start, to begin
    • Strech au
      To walk (can take reflexive object)
    • Strik daun
      To shrink, to reduce in size (takes either op or daun)
    • Swap op
      To sideswipe, to flank
    • Swega klin
      To swear, to promise
    • Swich op
      To change, to alter (can use op in the intransitive as well)
    • Stelt op
      To hide (oneself in the intransitive; s/t else in the transitive)
    • Step op
      To pick up the slack, to step up, to step in, to take over (can take reflexive object; for s/o else, use gon); to step forward, to step up
    • Stich op
      To operate, to perform surgery on
    • Ste kom
      To be with, to go with, to be engaged with, to be one with (verb phrase)
    • Shim au
      To ship, to transport (back-formation)
    • Sheid daun
      To insult, to disrespect, to dishonor
    • Stik raun
      To last, to stick around, to stay in one place
    • Ste kom taida
      To have the right, to be in the right, to have the justification (to, use na)
    • Swol op
      To swell (can be used transitively or intransitively)
    • Stu op
      To cook (especially soup/stew)
    • Ste stredop
      To make sense, to be sensible, to be sensical (verb phrase)
    • Stot klin
      To start anew, to start fresh, to start over, to begin anew (figurative)
    • Stop op
      To get going, to start, to prepare, to get started
    • Stan in
      To support despite flaws, to be loyal to s/o unworthy of loyalty
    • Stach op
      To stay still, to freeze, to hold still (used with reflexive object)
    • Spiden au
      To produce, to show off, to do, to perform (in the ameliorative sense, e.g. what one is made of)
    • Spek in
      To expect, to anticipate
    • Sov op
      To give, to show (object is abstract or metaphorical)
    • Soujon daun
      To travel, to travel to (use gon), to go
    • Soujon we
      To travel with, to be companion with (use ogeda kom); to marry (use gon)
    • Sot op
      To make angry, to piss of
    • Sot klin
      To infuriate, to piss off, to enrage
    • Stach klin
      To stand perfectly still
    • Slou daun
      To slow (transitive or intransitive)
    • Slog op
      To be lazy, to drag your feet (takes a generic em object, or takes raun instead of op)
    • Slog au
      To have, to trot out, to drag out (to bring up s/t that all concerned despise or find ridiculous)
    • Slash daun
      To kill (most typically with a blade)
    • Skiv au
      To creep out, to freak out (s/o), to give (s/o) the creeps
    • Shoun klin
      To show, to prove
    • Sheik klin
      To make a deal, to strike a bargain, to reach an agreement, to agree
    • Sadai op
      To be suspicious of
    • Sadai klin
      To be highly suspicious
    • Sadai daun
      To cast aspersions on, to throw suspicion upon
    • Ste kamp
      To stay at, to stay near, to stick with
    • Baga
      Enemy, opponent
    • Gapa
      Hole, ditch, pit
    • Flashen
      Signal, Beacon
    • Gedanes
      Unity, togetherness, community
    • Steim
      Arena, area for sport or battle
    • Badannes
      Allegiance, loyalty, service
    • Bakon
    • Baman
      Vengeance, revenge
    • Bonij
    • Brolgeda
    • Cheka
      Sentry, watcher, lookout
    • Dula
      Duty, job
    • Folau
    • Fragon
    • Geimbreika
      Coup, plot
    • Givnes
    • Gonen
    • Gonplei
      Fight, fighting, struggle, strife
    • Granplei
      Training, practice
    • Homplei
      Hunt, hunting
    • Hukop
    • Kevlo
      An impervious substance like adamantium or mithril
    • Kongeda
      Congregation, conglomeration, group, coalition
    • Ledon
    • Maneit
      Spoils, trophy, prize
    • Manya
    • Mori
    • Natronanes
      Treason, treachery
    • Ogonzaun
      Truce, ceasefire, peace
    • Ponch
    • Prepon
      Supply (in the sense of supplies), equipment
    • Rapon
      Bandage, bandaid
    • Rowenes
      Retreat, flight
    • Throudon
    • Torchplei
    • Wamplei
    • Wimplei
      Victory, triumph
    • Levo
      Training, practice, routine (irregular formation)
    • Nishiv
      Surprise, element of surprise, high ground (various tactical uses)
    • Daunpuden
      Execution, euthanasia
    • Fayagon
    • Sisplei
      Seizure, capture
    • Mwonkova
      Suppressing fire, suppressive fire, covering fire, cover fire, cover (in the context of cover fire)
    • Mez
      Medication, medicine
    • Kliron
      Opening (as in combat)
    • Fos
    • Seken
    • Thot
    • Fot
    • Fit
    • Sison
    • Senon
    • Eidon
    • Nainon
    • Tenon
    • Lenon
    • Twelon
    • Thotinon
    • Fotinon
    • Fitinon
    • Sistinon
    • Sentinon
    • Eitinon
    • Naitinon
    • Twenit
    • Thotit
    • Fodit
    • Fidit
    • Sistit
    • Sentit
    • Eidit
    • Naidit
    • Honet
    • Thauzet
    • Miyonet
    • Tag laik
      To name, to call
    • Tai op
      To bind, to combine
    • Tali op
      To add, to tally; to add a kill to one's tally of kills via tattoo
    • Teik
      To make, to allow
    • Teik au
      To seize, to grab hold of; to eliminate
    • Teik daun
      To defeat, to overpower
    • Teik in
      To accept; to feel
    • Tel op
      To tell
    • Throu daun
      To fight (intransitive)
    • Tich op
      To teach, to demonstrate
    • Torch op
      To torture
    • Trana
      To try, to attempt
    • Trig of
      To fire (intransitive)
    • Trig op
      To shoot at; to speak Trigedasleng with s/o
    • Trip raun
      To worry, to make a fuss about
    • Twis op
      To twist, to turn, to till
    • Vout in
      To think, to believe
    • Wan daun
      To stop functioning
    • Wan op
      To die
    • Wich in
      To trust, to believe in
    • Wigod op
      To forgive
    • Win au
      To win
    • Woda klin
      To clean, to cleanse
    • Zog daun
      To charge, to ambush (transitive)
    • Wona in
      To wonder
    • Wing au
      To take off
    • Trein op
      To recover, to get better
    • Teik op
      To use, to take hold of, to start doing
    • Trib op
      To masturbate
    • Wei daun
      To weigh down, to haunt
    • Trig raun
      To go around shooting (intransitive)
    • Zog au
      To charge, to ambush (intransitive)
    • Yog op
      To make out of yarn
    • Yun op
      To marry
    • Wona raun
      To explore
    • Wona of
      To wander off
    • Wom op
      To cook
    • Wiza in
      To interfere, to intervene
    • Wip au
      To brandish, to unleash
    • Wip op
      To cook, to prepare
    • Vos op
      To separate, to split apart
    • Vos au
      To separate oneself from s/t
    • Veid op
      To invade, to infiltrate
    • Tromp op
      To lie to
    • Tromp klin
      To screw s/o over
    • Tro op
      To annoy, to aggravate
    • Trip op
      To make a mistake
    • Trig daun
      To shoot dead
    • Top of
      To fill
    • Teik ogud
      To ensure, to do completely, to fix
    • Teik laud
      To sound, to cause to make noise
    • Seiso
      Claim, opinion, answer, response, retort, advice, counsel, request (various)
    • Hedon
      Command, order
    • Hedplei
      Command, rule, reign, tenure (i.e. one's tenure in a position of authority)
    • Koud
      Law, code, statute
    • Kripon
    • Raitnes
      Justice, fairness
    • Reinseden
    • Rokshawa
      Stoning, punishment by throwing stones, usually resulting in death
    • Sadon
      Decision, choice
    • Josos
      Punishment, consequence
    • Stein
      Proof, evidence
    • Seigeda
      Vote, official decision (i.e. a situation in which people get together to vote and everyone has their say)
    • Ginteik
      Treaty, agreement (official)
    • Strech
      Run, stretch, period of time
    • Feikau
      Trick, ploy, bluff
    • Leja
      Book (general)
    • Pleiplei
      Play, game
    • Sefi
      Picture, portrait, drawing
    • Songplei
    • Sontaim
      Story, tale
    • Strechplei
      Walk, walking
    • Stringboba
      Puppet, marionette
    • Talos
      Pencil, pen, writing utensil, ink and quill, chalk, (writing)
    • Tat
    • Tek
      Technology, tech; equipment (even nontechnological equipment), gear
    • Fena
    • Yonplei
      Cross stitch, crochet, knitting, needlepoint, etc. (no distinction any longer)
    • Yonkraf
      Anything made as a result of cross stitch, crochet, knitting, needlepoint, etc.
    • Stalos
      Writing implement, pencil, pen, crayon (various)
    • Sonsom
      Present, gift
    • Ai's
      Ai ste
    • En's
      Em ste
    • E'na
      Em na
    • Em'ilaik
      Em bilaik
    • Emo'n
      Emo don
    • Dula'm
      Dula em
    • Dul'so
      Dula oso
    • Dul'sir
      Dula osir
    • Don's
      Don ste
    • Nou'n
      Nou don
    • Ona'mo
      Ona emo
    • Kos'ir
      Kos osir
    • Skaikru'on
      Skaikru don
    • Chit's
      Chit ste
    • 'Sir
    • 'So
    • Yu's
      Yu ste
    • Yu'n
      Yu don
    • Yo's
      Yo ste
    • Yo'n
      Yo don
    • 'Mo
    • Hasht'asen
      Hashta asen
    • On'
    • Yumi's
      Yumi ste
    • Yumi'n
      Yumi don
    • Skaikru's
      Skaikru ste
    • Skaikru'n
      Skaikru don
    • Konge'mo
      Konge emo
    • Kru's
      Kru ste
    • Daun's
      Daun ste
    • Dison's
      Dison ste
    • Emo's
      Emo ste
    • 'Mo'n
      Emo don
    • Non'on
      Non don
    • On'oso
      Ona oso
    • Osir'on
      Osir don
    • Oso's
      Oso ste
    • Gonasleng
    • Sleng
    • Slengswichen
      Translating, translation
    • Tagon
    • Telon
      A word, a conversation
    • Tongkola
      Accent, ability to speak, fluency, fluidity, way of speaking
    • Voudon
      Thought, idea
    • Fosleng
      Native tongue, native language, first language
    • Lesad
      Left (as opposed to right)
    • Nout
    • Rasad
      Right (as opposed to left)
    • Sad
    • Saut
      South, southern, southerly
    • Gyonplei
      Ascension, rising, rise
    • Dulasei
      Honest, truthful, sincere
    • Bopkyuda
    • Hana
      Job (employment); favor
    • Job
      Responsibility, duty, job
    • Rein
      Rank, station; bility, capability, range, capacity, mettle, worth, authority
    • Hodon
      Delay, wait, pause
    • Fousen
      Regular, legitimate, active, rightful
    • Bajon
      Insignia, sigil, crest
    • Bana
      Banner, flag, standard, colors (in the gang sense)
    • Bandragen
    • Daunnes
      Sadness, sorrow
    • Deya
      Mistake, misstep, stupid thing to do
    • Diyo
      Thing, affair, act, event, business (generic)
    • Bakon
      Pillar, tenet, theme, rule
    • Edei
      Routine, custom
    • Eno
      End, conclusion, terminus
    • Feisnes
      Likeness, similarity, similitude; prettiness, beauty, quality of being good looking (diminutive)
    • Fiyanes
      Empathy, sympathy, compassion
    • Flashpa
    • Fop
      Mistake, error
    • Fotones
    • Fouvoudon
      Precaution, forethought
    • Fronzeden
    • Gaga
    • Granen
    • Hodnes
    • Imfou
      Intel, information; Message, missive, communique
    • Jova
      Courage, guts, balls
    • Kepplei
    • Klirnes
    • Kodon
      Cut; share
    • Kofon
    • Koma
    • Leron
      Stuff, gear, things, belongings
    • Moun
      Other, other one
    • Ostof
      Rest, remainder, leftover
    • Raunon
      Circle, ring (generic)
    • Reskripa
    • Riden
    • Riskines
    • Proufa
      Identity, likeness, image
    • Bifines
    • Chanchip
      Finals, final, championship, ultimate contest
    • Hedswisha
    • Rezen
    • Kombou
    • Blayoda
      Catastrophe, crisis, disaster (back formation)
    • Blakmemon
      A black silhouette where a person was standing during a nuclear blast
    • Mashpreson
    • Kovop
      Scandal, controversy
    • Hison
      Poison, venom
    • Dun
      Work, material, stuff, activity (various, but generally refers to s/t that is done or has been done or is to be done)
    • Riskiwe
      Dark, darkness (not the quality, but the area outside at night; cf. sheid)
    • Ingran
    • Popop
      Distraction, diversion
    • Konchnes
    • Pyones
    • Gafen
      Desire, need, interest
    • Moba
    • Chilnes
      Peace, tranquility, calm, calmness
    • Daunplei
      Relaxation, free time, leisure time
    • Denshon
      Salvation, redemption
    • Fata
    • Eiken
      Loss (in the abstract sense)
    • Einka
    • Fragstika
      Tattoo denoting a kill
    • Friyon
    • Giftrapa
      Box, container
    • Grila
      Grill (any of various words for a grill or barbecue or range)
    • Haken
    • Hama
      Tool, implement, instrument
    • Hazod
      Danger, hazard, threat
    • Hedsweden
    • Rou
    • Prad
    • Plei
      Act, deed, behavior; nominalization suffix
    • Pepa
      Firepower, payload
    • Oflan
      Real world, reality
    • Noun
      Wisdom, knowledge, experience
    • Mouda
      Reason, cause, motive, motivation
    • Memen
    • Loud
      Lie, falsehood
    • Leda
      Hide, leather
    • Kolau
    • Jindauna
      Jimson weed
    • Zokabogen
      Treacherous, traitorous, untrustworthy, duplicitous
    • Sampada
      Footstep, footstep (no distinction)
    • Sen
      Scent, smell
    • Shugeizen
    • Sich
      Trouble, problem
    • Slipen
    • Somines
    • Sonraun
    • Soujon
      Journey, travels
    • Strat
      Plan, strategy
    • Taida
      Right, due, justification
    • Tesa
      Trial, test, exercise (additional -a is spurious)
    • Tofon
      Difficult task, tough task
    • Trash
    • Trikova
      Shade, shadow
    • Tripi
      Strange, odd, bizarre
    • Uf
      Power, strength
    • Wichnes
      Trust, belief, faith, confidence, loyalty (ultimately a shortening of older whichennes)
    • Wochop
    • Wonwe
      Platform, avenue, format, access port, entryway (the way in which s/t is accessed, either literally or metaphorically)
    • Zodon
      Result, reward, fate, dessert, outcome
    • Song
      Story, account, testimony (e.g. "So what's your story, stranger?")
    • Sadai
    • Stedines
      Discipline, reliability, dependability
    • Slandong
      Easy thing, sure thing
    • Wigodnes
    • Veitop
      Zenith, top
    • Swega
      Oath, promise
    • Stoda
      Beginning, start, inception
    • Skroba
      Rag, sponge, towel (various)
    • Skoren
      Scar (also skoron)
    • Sisen
      Assistance, help, aid
    • Sinon
      Story, tale (s/t that can be told in one sitting); episode
    • Sindan
    • Shot
      Chance, try, attempt
    • Shadau
    • Jus drein jus daun
      Blood must have blood
    • Yumi na teik won sonraun au
      And will you take a life with me
    • Medo ste thonken
      A body's hollow
    • Medo drein au
      A body bleeds
    • Oso kik raun
      We live as one
    • Ogeda, soulou
      We live alone
    • Ai laik yu gona
      I am your warrior
    • Ai na get raun, you
      I will atone
    • Ai keryon gyon op
      My soul moves on
    • Ai keryon g'breik au
      My soul is freed
    • Pas skaikrasha
      After the storm
    • Klin tristraka
      A lightning crash
    • En houd don gon hosh trashsaka
      With the world reduced to ash
    • Houd na fleim daun
      This world will burn
    • Bed' ge jok au
      Save what you need
    • Ai nou fir raun
      I am fearless
    • Ai mana jomp in
      I aim to fight
    • Ai mana wan op
      I aim to die
    • Ai don sin y'in
      You're in my sight
    • Ai medo drein au
      My body bleeds
    • Deimeika gonot
      The sun was gone
    • Graun laik pauda
      The earth was dust
    • 'So ona trikova
      We were cast in shadow
    • Ba ha na kik raun riskiwe
      But how to live inside the dark
    • Ba nowe na soujon?
      With nowhere else to go?
    • Wei daun kom memen
      Haunted by the memory
    • Kom houd bilaik pri stedaun
      Of a world that's all but dead
    • Soncha kik thru, noda raz
      A light breaks through, another dawn
    • Osleya gon rouz
      A champion in red
    • Gonplei ste odon
      The fight is over
    • Wor ge win au
      The war is won
    • Souda drop 'so leda klin
      We must shed our skin
    • Hed dropon daun, teik emo in
      Mourn the fallen, bear their loss
    • Stedaun souda kik raun tiya
      The dead must live within
    • Sheid won daun, sheid emo daun
      Dishonor one, dishonor all
    • Ge shoun op kom pyones
      In virtue we are led
    • 'So groun op kon'cho drein au
      We grow from what we've bled
    • Folau gon folau, klaka gon uf
      Ash to ash and bone to brawn
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