English - Vabungula Index

This is an English index to the Vabungula-English dictionary. It represents a sorted list of all English translations from the Vabungula-English dictionary, tying them back to the Vabungula words that they translate. As such, it is not a true dictionary per se.

For example, the Vabungula word ke appears in the Vabungula-English dictionary as follows:

ke (1) x.: as / like / that / so / thus / it

In this English-Vabungula index this corresponds to six separate entries, each found under the appropriate English letter heading:

ke (1) x.: as
ke (1) x.: it
ke (1) x.: like
ke (1) x.: so
ke (1) x.: that
ke (1) x.: thus

Note that the word "that" - one of the translations for "ke" - appears in this English-Vabungula index as follows:

(1) x.: that
ke (1) x.: that
okam (2) x.: that

Therefore, when looking up the Vabungula equivalent for an English word, it is imperative that the candidate Vabungula word be checked against the Vabungula-English dictionary to verify that it corresponds to the actual word desired.

As in the Vabungula-English Dictionary, the Vabungula word is listed first in bold type. The number enclosed in parentheses following the Vabungula word designates the syllable on which the accent falls. Following this is an abbreviation for part of speech: "n" for nouns, "v" for verbs, "a" for adjectives/adverbs, and "x" for other. Verbs are further classified as transitive, intransitive, auxiliary (v), or any combination thereof. The English translation then follows. (Note that the index is of course sorted by English translation rather than Vabungula word.)

This index is divided into six separate pages (A-B, C-E, F-I, J-O, P-Z) in order to facilitate webpage loading. At the top of each page is an alphabetical index (identical to the one immediately below), each letter being a hyperlink to the appropriate page and letter desired. At the top of each new letter heading there is a link back to the main index at the top of each page.

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Dictionary last modified on March 26, 2017
Vabungula is an artificial language invented by Bill Price in 1965.
Vabungula co nûsk mugola famêlêtke onudž Bill Price larla alara idekuzorekol.
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