Vabungula - English Dictionary

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A
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acel (2) x.: about / approximately
adžeda (2) vti.: develop
adžedake (3) a.: developed
adžedal (3) n.: development
adžemêkar (3) vi.: evolve
adžemêkaral (5) n.: evolution
afa (1) vti.: repair / fix
afade (2) a.: rich / wealthy
afadekal (4) n.: riches / wealth
afadel (3) n.: being wealthy / wealth
afado (2) n.: value
afadokam (3) n.: valuable object
afadoke (3) a.: valuable / precious
afadokon (2) n.: treasure
afadosa (2) vti.: improve
afagêmsum (3) n.: mechanic
afakar (1) vt.: correct (a mistake)
afakic (1) vt.: revise
afakidosa (4) vt.: reform
afakidosal (4) n.: reformation
afaludo (3) vt.: heal
afalulam (3) n.: hospital
afamêk (2) vti.: patch / patch up
afamêkam (2) n.: patch(ing) of any kind
afamêvûs (2) n.: patch (cloth)
afasrihat (3) n.: splendor / elegance
aflamog (2) vt.: turn s.th. rightside-in
aflaroda (3) vvti.: take the opportunity of doing s.th.
afêke (1) a.: useful
afêl (2) n.: use
afên (1) vt.: use
afênla (2) vi.: apply / be applicable
afênle (2) a.: applicable
afênko (2) n.: tool / device
afês (1) vi.: be useful
aga (2) x.: away / ago
agaba (2) vt.: throw away / discard
agadir (1) n.: an elder
agadiruz (1) n.: grandparent
agadžua (3) vti.: spend (money)
agadžunil (4) n.: budget
agadžû (2) vt.: give away
agal (2) n.: distance (e.g. 'in the distance')
agalama (3) vi.: get lost
agalamaz (3) x.: distance by foot / walking distance
agalapê (3) x.: all gone
agalar (1) n.: autumn
agalûg (2) vt.: chase away
agamas (2) vi.: flee
agamason (4) vi.: flee
agamasonsum (4) n.: refugee
agames (2) a.: stale
agami (2) a.: old (life)
agamisal (4) n.: old age
agaponsu (1) n.: grandmother
agarf (1) a.: old-fashioned / outdated
agarêdž (2) vt.: drive out / chase away / kick out
agas (1) vt.: call / summon
agasutêl (3) n.: ancestry / lineage / descent
agasuzi (3) n.: ancestor
agasuzinidž (3) n.: genealogy
agasuzinil (3) n.: ancestry / genealogy
agasê (1) a.: old / ancient
agatên (2) x.: away from here
agašota (3) vt.: call together / assemble / summon to meet
agegjol (3) n.: earring
agekenil (4) n.: hearing / sense of hearing
agekûpo (3) vi.: speak in defense of oneself / plead / make a defense for o.s.
agele (2) vti.: hear / listen
ageleke (3) a.: audible
agepe (2) n.: ear
ageproni (3) vti.: argue (a point) / make an argument / reason
agepronil (4) n.: argument / reasoning
agesumkûl (3) n.: audience
aglesula (3) vti.: exaggerate
aglesulal (4) n.: exaggeration
aglik (1) vti.: repeat (spoken)
agluda (2) vt.: describe
aglukam (2) n.: sign (German: Schild)
aglumug (1) n.: adjective
aglupru (2) n.: testimony / declaration
aglû (1) n.: speech / oratory
agofa (2) vi.: boast / brag
agonsu (2) n.: grandfather
agu (1) n.: story / tale
aguda (2) vti.: discuss
agudal (3) n.: discussion
agudani (3) vti.: dispute / argue / debate
agudanil (3) n.: argument / debate
agudaze (3) vti.: negotiate
agudazel (3) n.: negotiation
agudoda (3) vti.: compliment
agufidžu (3) vvti.: refuse (an offer) / decline / turn down
agufike (3) vvti.: refuse
agufjar (1) n.: microphone
agufwi (2) vi.: lie / prevaricate
agufwisum (3) n.: liar
aguglak (2) vti.: blurt out
aguglu (2) vti.: tell / inform
aguglul (3) n.: report
aguglû (2) vti.: announce / proclaim
aguk (1) vti.: promise
aguk (2) n.: promise
agukado (3) vti.: keep a promise
agukar (3) vi.: tell the truth
agukelo (2) n.: saying / proverb
agukwa (2) vti.: advertise
agukwal (3) n.: advertisement
agula (2) vti.: speak / say / talk
agulal (3) n.: statement
agulan (2) n.: talking
agulda (2) vti.: explain
aguldal (3) n.: explanation
agulel (1) n.: conversation
agulela (3) vi.: converse
agulomên (3) vti.: console / comfort with words
agulomênal (5) n.: consolation
agumu (2) vt.: pronounce
agumul (3) n.: pronunciation
aguna (2) vi.: complain
agunada (3) vti.: insult / offend
agunagu (3) vti.: grumble (in complaint)
agunal (3) n.: complaint
agunau (3) vi.: retort / say something back
agunile (3) vti.: consult / deliberate
agunimû (3) vti.: assert / claim
agunimûl (4) n.: assertion / claim
agunirêm (3) vti.: insist
agusum (1) n.: character (e.g., in a story)
agusûn (1) n.: chapter
aguto (2) vi.: joke
agutol (3) n.: joke
agutosum (3) n.: comedian
agwagê (2) n.: legend
akag (2) vi.: mean (intend)
akamefalu (4) n.: chemotherapy
akamel (3) n.: chemical
akamelke (3) a.: chemical
akamenidž (2) n.: chemistry
akegu (2) n.: rumor
akral (2) x.: probably
akwali (2) vi.: provide a clue / give a clue
akwalil (3) n.: clue
alafe (2) x.: some way / somehow / in some manner
alagac (1) x.: some way
alagê (1) n.: something
alakamja (3) x.: some amount (of) / a certain amount (of)
alakamzo (3) x.: some number (of) / a certain number (of)
alalam (1) x.: somewhere
alalar (1) x.: some time
alameke (3) x.: in some way or condition
alamna (2) a.: general / unspecific
alamu (3) x.: for some reason
alanudž (1) x.: somehow
alar (1) x.: sometimes
alara (2) n.: year
alarûn (3) n.: season
alasum (1) n.: somebody / someone
albafamu (3) vt.: edit
albafamusum (3) n.: editor
albarga (2) vti.: examine / inspect
albargi (2) vt.: check on / check over briefly
albi (1) n.: picture
albikodž (1) n.: frame (in film or movie)
albila (2) vti.: draw / make a picture
albilal (3) n.: drawing / sketch / picture
albilegêm (2) n.: film (for taking pictures)
albilivka (3) n.: crayon
alcemal (3) n.: tour
alcemas (2) vt.: tour
alcemasum (2) n.: tourist
alceram (2) n.: cruise ship
aldiro (2) vti.: oversee
aldodžuk (2) n.: window sill
aldovûs (2) n.: curtain
aldozûm (2) n.: window
aledžet (3) n.: perspective
alega (2) vti.: see / look
alegake (3) a.: visible
aleglušim (3) vti.: be an eyewitness
aleglušimsum (3) n.: eyewitness
alekalam (2) n.: glasses store / optometry store
alekam (2) n.: glasses
alekamja (3) x.: to a certain extent / to some degree
alel (2) n.: scene / sight / spectacle
alela (2) vti.: observe / watch
alepra (2) vi.: stare
alezare (3) a.: stereo (visual) / 3-D
alfra (1) n.: eyelash
alfrefja (2) n.: cellophane / transparent sheet of any kind
alfreka (2) n.: glass
alfreke (2) a.: transparent
alkamur (1) n.: diamond
alkenil (3) n.: sight / vision / sense of sight
alkûsi (2) vi.: wink
almur (1) n.: crystal
alni (1) vti.: consider / regard (more prolonged than eleg)
alnil (2) n.: consideration / observation (mental)
aloj (2) n.: onion
alpe (1) n.: eye
alpekor (1) n.: eyeball
alpemof (1) n.: eyelid
alsekûl (1) n.: magazine
alsezo (2) n.: issue (of a periodical)
alsi (1) vi.: glance
alsil (2) n.: glance
altosik (2) n.: comic book
alu (1) n.: nature
aluen (3) n.: instinct
aluga (2) vt.: know / be very familiar with
alugake (2) a.: known
aluges (3) vti.: be used to
aluke (1) a.: naturally
aluloke (3) a.: raw / uncooked
alêgeke (3) a.: familiar
alêgen (3) vt.: recognize
alêkrag (3) vt.: acknowledge
alêsum (2) n.: acquaintance
alûndêl (1) n.: measure
alûndêt (2) vt.: measure / evaluate
alûnfado (2) vt.: evaluate the price of
alûnsekûp (2) n.: measuring stick / ruler / yardstick
alûrêsa (2) vt.: weigh
alûrêsak (2) n.: scales / device for weighing
amaj (1) vt.: climb across / climb over / cross
aman (1) n.: name
aman (1) vi.: be named
amanmul (1) n.: nominative case
amarap (2) n.: wine
amarênag (3) n.: the Cross
amu (1) x.: second letter of Vabungula alphabet / A
amucage (3) vti.: read aloud
amucasum (3) n.: reader
amuci (2) vti.: browse
amusumkûl (3) n.: reading audience / readership
ana (1) x.: three
anag (2) vt.: release / let go
anagaho (3) n.: November
anagaponsu (4) n.: great-great-grandmother
anagonsu (3) n.: great-great-grandfather
anar (1) n.: bear
aniceho (3) n.: May
ankaco (1) n.: August
anoa (2) vi.: be passive / give in
anodžu (2) vt.: give up / yield
anog (1) vt.: let / allow / permit
anogal (3) n.: permission
anogsek (2) n.: ticket
anokarno (3) vt.: settle for something / content o.s. with something inferior
anoke (1) a.: passive
anomas (2) vi.: coast / drift
anozeni (3) vvti.: comply / give in to a request
anuloho (3) n.: February
aprole (2) vvt.: offer to do something
apu (1) n.: duck
aradake (3) a.: complicated
aradal (3) n.: complexity / complication
arcikrê (2) vi.: clap (hands)
ardomeža (3) vt.: rock in one's arms
arekos (2) n.: cardinal
arela (2) a.: red
arelas (2) vi.: show red / blush / turn red
aremu (2) a.: purple
aremulegmur (4) n.: amethyst
aremur (1) n.: ruby
arepu (2) n.: tomato
ares (1) x.: thirty
argezof (2) n.: mouse (computer)
argidir (1) n.: red raspberry
arguc (1) n.: claw
arke (1) a.: difficult / hard
arkwagu (2) vi.: gesture
arkwagul (3) n.: gesture
arkêl (1) n.: difficulty
armak (1) n.: arm
armanag (2) vti.: let go of
armanok (2) n.: elbow
armavûs (2) n.: sleeve
armazûm (2) n.: armpit
armeksilu (2) n.: measles
armerano (3) vti.: wave hand in departure
armidi (2) n.: wild rose
armislegmur (3) n.: jasper
armodžûdo (3) vi.: salute
armofamu (3) vti.: write by hand
armogeža (3) vti.: wave one's hand
armogežo (3) vi.: shake hands
armoglama (3) vti.: wave hand in greeting
armogoke (3) a.: right-handed
armogula (3) vti.: make hand signals / communicate using hands
armojas (2) vi.: fold one's arms
armohak (1) n.: flashlight
armokuž (1) n.: gun
armokûl (2) n.: fist
armolar (1) n.: watch (timepiece)
armolûn (2) x.: handful
armon (2) n.: hand
armonok (2) n.: wrist
armonudže (3) a.: by hand / manual(ly)
armova (2) n.: palm (of hand)
armosuf (1) n.: glove / mitten
armosûke (3) a.: left-handed
armovu (2) vti.: wave one's hand to get attention
armovûs (2) n.: handkerchief
armužak (2) n.: grenade
arnokol (1) n.: bracelet
arsaf (1) n.: handle
artêdža (2) vi.: reach for
artêdžu (2) vt.: to hold out s.th.
artêna (2) vti.: put forth one's hand
arvodžûs (2) vt.: embrace / hug
arênake (3) a.: burdensome
arênal (3) n.: burden
arêslu (2) vt.: massage
arêslul (3) n.: massage
ases (1) x.: eighty
asi (1) x.: eight
asidže (2) a.: octogonal
asidžel (3) n.: octogon (shape)
asidžekam (3) n.: octogonal object
asogula (2) vi.: reply
asova (2) n.: whale
avdikûl (1) n.: colonel
avle (1) n.: eagle
avmislegmur (3) n.: carnelian
avên (1) a.: brown
azae (2) n.: lion
azu (1) x.: out of (e.g. 'made out of wood')

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ba (1) vt.: throw
badê (1) n.: turtle
bagcefja (2) vt.: peel
bagfja (1) vt.: strip / peel / remove covering
bakam (1) n.: projectile / something thrown
bakoška (2) n.: bow (for arrows)
bana (1) x.: four
bandžumi (2) vti.: plant by scattering seeds / sow seeds
banlûg (1) vti.: scatter / strew
barabola (3) vt.: shower (wash)
barabolabên (3) n.: shower
bare (1) n.: map
bares (1) x.: forty
bares (1) vt.: map / make a map
bargo (1) n.: care / caution
bargoda (2) a.: careful / cautious
bargodas (2) vi.: be careful
begabwima (3) n.: coincidence
begabwimke (3) a.: coincidental
begale (2) a.: astonishing / unbelievable
begalel (3) n.: wonder / marvel / amazing thing to behold
bel (1) n.: awe / amazement
bela (1) vti.: be amazed / be in awe over
belekwal (3) n.: sign / omen
belimag (3) n.: miracle
belimaga (3) vti.: perform miracle(s)
belimake (3) a.: miraculous
belke (1) a.: amazing / awe-inspiring
beniku (2) vti.: impress / make an impression on
benikul (3) n.: impression
benikula (3) vti.: be impressed (with s.th.)
berêm (1) n.: power
bezefalê (3) vti.: do magic trick(s)
bezefalêl (3) n.: magic trick
bezel (2) n.: magic
bezelke (2) a.: magic / magical
bezelsum (2) n.: magician
bezo (1) n.: radish
bi (1) n.: image / picture
bikaleg (1) n.: fossil
bilegêmfag (3) n.: VCR / video tape recorder
bilegêmfaga (4) vt.: record on video tape
bilegêmhodž (3) n.: video cassette
bilegêmsêk (3) n.: video tape
biluni (2) vti.: design
bilêk (1) vti.: carve / sculpt
bimu (1) n.: pictograph
bimêk (1) n.: pattern
biolka (2) n.: video disc / DVD
bivak (1) n.: screen (for movies, etc.)
bluga (1) n.: leaf
bokamaolam (3) n.: sink (kitchen, bathroom)
bokarfûm (2) vti.: winnow (grain)
bola (1) vti.: clean
bolabên (1) n.: bathroom
bolafre (2) a.: clear (water, air)
bolakal (3) n.: cleanliness
bolake (1) a.: clean
bolamisal (4) n.: cleansing
bolamiske (1) a.: clean (spiritually)
bolarap (2) vti.: wash
bolarêm (1) n.: Thursday
bolasubên (2) n.: laundry room
bolasulam (2) n.: laundry (place for washing clothes)
bolasumao (4) n.: bathtub
bolimes (1) n.: soap
bolirav (1) n.: lather
bomevûs (2) n.: towel
botaga (2) n.: valley
buba (1) x.: seventh letter of Vabungula alphabet / B
buda (1) vv.: might
bufi (1) x.: unless
buim (1) n.: chance
buimke (2) a.: chance
buinodž (2) n.: die (pl. dice)
buke (1) a.: -ish / sort of / quasi
bulel (2) n.: probability / likelihood
bulenidž (1) n.: probability (the science)
buna (1) x.: if
bune (2) x.: in case / just in case
bunendžusum (2) n.: candidate
bunes (1) a.: tentative
buno (2) x.: if and only if
bunûsid (3) n.: gambit
busajdal (3) n.: potential
busajdalke (3) a.: potential
butoj (2) n.: plum tree
butojacep (2) n.: plum
bwendža (1) a.: arbitrary / at random / random
bwenaluke (2) a.: without trying / naturally / left to itself
bwidofa (2) vi.: gamble
bwiendžu (2) vti.: select at random
bwigalic (3) vt.: find by chance / come across
bwima (1) vti.: take a chance / try one's luck (at s.th.)
bwinjakam (2) n.: lots (of any kind)
bwinjakas (2) vi.: decide by casting lots or by chance
bwinodža (2) vti.: roll dice / throw dice / cast dice
bwityma (2) vi.: bet / wager
bwišoêl (2) vt.: meet by chance / run into
bêlagaho (3) n.: October
bêlagaponsu (4) n.: great-grandmother
bêlagonsu (3) n.: great-grandfather
bêliceho (3) n.: April
bêlkaco (1) n.: July
bêluloho (3) n.: January
bêlê (1) x.: two
bêmêlu (1) n.: kind of juicy creek weed ('jewel weed')
bênafak (2) n.: furniture
bênslor (1) n.: room (of a building)
bêres (1) x.: twenty
bês (1) n.: sparrow
bêvanu (2) n.: granite

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cabuda (2) vti.: understand
cabudal (3) n.: understanding
cabudic (2) vti.: come to understand
cade (1) vi.: hide
cadelam (1) n.: hiding place / hideout
cadoke (2) a.: secluded / off the beaten trail
cagule (2) a.: indirect / circumlocutory
cala (1) a.: indirect / indirectly (in a general sense)
caleg (1) n.: iron
calegêmsum (3) n.: blacksmith / smith
calokuž (1) n.: cannon
calokužkor (3) n.: cannonball
cameko (2) n.: mask
cedifa (2) n.: salad
cedu (1) n.: vegetable
cefamu (2) vti.: write a rough draft
cefamul (3) n.: rough draft
cefjal (1) n.: peel / skin (of a fruit)
cefunglu (2) vi.: outline
cefunglul (2) n.: outline
cehe (1) n.: lemon
celal (2) n.: visit
celas (1) vt.: visit
celasum (1) n.: visitor
celi (1) vti.: stop by / drop in / pay a short visit
celuke (1) a.: rough / coarse / not detailed
cenela (2) a.: relatively / comparatively
cenelake (2) a.: relative
cenelal (3) n.: relativity
cenelamûl (2) n.: relativism
cepi (1) n.: fruit / berry
cepirap (1) n.: juice (of fruit)
cepleg (1) n.: nut
ci (1) x.: between
cifamag (3) vt.: translate (into a foreign language)
cifamagal (4) n.: translation (into foreign language)
cifamagnidž (4) n.: translation (as a science)
cifamagsum (3) n.: interpreter
cilar (2) x.: meanwhile / in the meantime / meantime
cilimi (2) n.: Queen Anne's lace
cimišes (1) n.: sandwich
cimugun (1) n.: infix (in a word)
cinepu (2) n.: crease or depression between hills
citalgêm (2) n.: internet
civazûm (2) n.: an empty spot / gap / interstice
ciêndwake (3) a.: international
co (1) x.: that is / namely / i.e. / the one that
cofûnle (2) x.: just in (the nick of) time
cu (1) vv.: would (used for subjunctive mood)
cumubul (1) n.: subjunctive / subjunctive mood
cuš (1) vi.: would be
cûf (1) n.: pepper

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da (1) x.: about / concerning
da (1) vi.: fall
dabako (2) vti.: shoot / propel into flight
dabegale (3) vt.: amaze / astonish / make one marvel
dabela (2) vt.: amaze
dabuna (2) x.: (introduces a question)
dadimurake (3) a.: taxable
dadodi (2) vti.: make happy
dadokano (3) vti.: give joy (to)
dadorêm (2) vt.: encourage
dadžumi (2) vt.: plant (a seed etc.)
daenma (2) vt.: attract / draw / entice
daenmasake (4) a.: attractive / enticing
daešima (3) vt.: appeal to someone
daešimke (3) a.: appealing
dafak (1) vt.: excite / arouse
dafalke (2) a.: manual / manually operated
dafalke (2) a.: manual / manually operated
dafankum (2) n.: scar (on a thing)
dafanûl (3) n.: damage
dafendimêka (4) vt.: deregulate
dafendimêkal (5) n.: deregulation
dafepûs (2) vt.: simplify
dafepûsal (4) n.: simplification
dafidale (3) vt.: blind
dafidorêm (3) vt.: discourage
dafifedwa (3) vt.: lay waste / make desolate
dafigeza (3) vt.: paralyze
dafigêma (3) vt.: fire (from job) / dismiss (from job)
dafijêna (3) vt.: discredit / harm someone's reputation
dafilaga (3) vt.: get rid of / eliminate
dafimaga (3) vt.: cancel (event or appointment)
dafisle (2) vi.: lose weight / lose fat / reduce one's weight
dafislora (3) vti.: box in / crowd
dafrana (2) vt.: necessitate / make necessary
dafregêm (2) n.: sieve
dafregêma (3) vti.: sift
dafwa (2) vt.: prevent / hinder / stop
dafûm (2) vt.: dry / dry off
dafûmisada (4) vti.: whitewash
dafûmunle (3) vt.: accelerate / speed up
dagafi (2) vt.: omit / leave out
dagavu (2) vt.: distract (s.o.'s attention)
dageljêde (3) a.: bearable / tolerable
dagen (1) vt.: remind (P da)
dagezama (3) vt.: move / make something move
dagezo (2) vti.: drive / impel / propel
daglu (1) vt.: notify
dagola (2) vt.: interest
dagêmlaš (2) vt.: tire / fatigue / make tired
dahaljake (2) a.: mortal (subject to death)
dajama (2) vt.: widen
dajana (2) vt.: enlarge
dakac (2) vt.: warm something up
dakak (2) vt.: harden
dakara (2) vt.: differentiate / make different
dakardolas (3) vt.: satisfy someone's hunger
dakarol (3) n.: satisfaction
dakaron (2) vti.: satisfy
dakaršimag (4) vt.: convert
dakidal (1) vt.: illuminate
daklarêm (1) n.: Wednesday
dakrap (2) vt.: make wet
dakrapdolas (3) vt.: quench someone's thirst
dakrêgela (3) vt.: ring (bell)
dal (1) vvi.: can / be able / be possible
dala (1) n.: fall
dalafam (2) vt.: wake up
dalafêke (2) a.: usable
dalal (2) n.: ability
dalale (2) vi.: fall / land
dalas (1) vt.: have access to (P su)
dalasal (3) n.: access
daldafwake (3) a.: preventable
dalea (2) vvt.: facilitate / make easier
dalegolama (4) vt.: fascinate
daleke (2) a.: able to see
dalendžul (3) n.: option
dalenisaj (2) vt.: put in suspense
dalfe (1) a.: feasible / doable
dalim (2) n.: possibility
dalke (1) a.: possible
dalofal (1) n.: privilege
dalomên (2) vt.: console / comfort
dalsa (1) vi.: be available
dalsake (2) a.: available
dalûnojake (3) a.: collapsible
damagro (2) vt.: make appear / bring out / present
damas (1) vi.: escape
damasal (3) n.: escape
damika (2) vt.: revive / renew
damikal (3) n.: reviving / renewing / revival / renewal
damimuc (2) vt.: hypnotize
damimucêl (4) n.: hypnotism
damimucêlsum (4) n.: hypnotist
damisa (2) vi.: survive
damolkas (2) vt.: roll / cause to roll
damomêla (3) vt.: reverse / invert / turn around
damotêlon (4) vt.: make straight / straighten
damucake (2) a.: legible
damuce (2) vt.: cause
damucel (3) n.: cause
damucima (3) vi.: happen with someone
damucka (2) n.: result
damuckas (2) vi.: result / turn out
damucûn (2) n.: factor
damuflis (2) vt.: take someone's clothes off / strip naked
damul (2) vt.: cool off / cool something off
damulama (3) vi.: end up in a place / find o.s. in a place
damuljana (3) vt.: darken / make dark
damumisik (3) vt.: raise from the dead / resurrect
damuna (2) vt.: harm
damunal (3) n.: harm
damusos (1) n.: stimulation
damusosa (3) vt.: stimulate
damêfa (2) vt.: slow down
danaen (2) vt.: tempt
danafani (3) vt.: upset / trouble / distress
danageni (3) vt.: make a fool of
danagmi (2) vt.: hurt / inflict pain
danamênjara (4) vt.: stir up to do something / incite
dananimên (3) vt.: hurt someone's feelings
danarunofke (4) a.: devastated / crushed (emotionally)
danarunofle (4) vt.: devastate / crush (emotionally)
danigo (2) vti.: make known
danil (2) n.: talent / ability
danilke (2) a.: skilled / talented
danimûde (2) a.: believable
daninagmi (3) vt.: vex / cause mental anguish
danjale (2) vt.: attract attention / catch s.o.'s eye
danjalke (2) a.: noticeable
danofagle (3) vt.: crush / devastate
danofagleke (3) a.: crushing / devastating
danomba (2) vt.: make humble
danêza (2) vt.: put to shame
danêzani (3) vt.: disgrace
dara (1) vt.: spill / pour
darajanse (3) vi.: spill over / spill out because of overfill (liquid)
daramakam (2) n.: oar
daramok (1) n.: pitcher
daramas (2) vti.: row
darapaga (3) vt.: drain
dare (2) vti.: pull
daredo (2) vt.: pull up
daredžu (2) vt.: pick up / take up off the ground
dareleg (2) n.: magnet
darema (2) vt.: pull along / bring by pulling
darena (2) vt.: pull down
daresa (2) vi.: leak
daresal (3) n.: leak
dareto (2) vti.: lift
dareva (2) vt.: eradicate / pull out by the roots
darkum (1) n.: stamp (impression of an image)
darkuma (2) vt.: stamp (impress an image)
darmoha (2) vt.: strangle to death
darmokû (2) vt.: choke / strangle
darmolpak (2) n.: noose
darnûgi (2) vti.: grind / crush
darojafi (3) n.: boa / boa constrictor
darokera (3) vt.: fulfill (a desire) / meet (a request)
darol (1) vt.: crush
daromarka (3) n.: wine press
darpa (1) vt.: squeeze
darunade (3) vt.: depress (emotionally)
darunimê (3) vt.: touch (emotionally) / move (emotionally)
darêf (2) vti.: push
darêfaka (3) vi.: surge
darêfakal (4) n.: surge
darêfamu (3) vti.: print (via printing press, etc.)
darêfamukam (3) n.: printing press / press
darêfda (2) vt.: knock down / push over
darês (1) vt.: knead
darêze (2) vti.: hold (up) / able to support weight
darêzete (2) a.: able to hold up or support weight
dasajdu (2) vvti.: delay doing / put off / pause / wait
dasajdul (3) n.: delay / putting off / pause / wait
dasamke (2) a.: portable
dasavu (2) vt.: bring s.th. to s.o.'s attention (P da)
dasavule (3) vt.: emphasize
dasikala (3) vt.: make smaller
dasilodo (3) vt.: cheer up
dasima (2) vt.: make narrow
daslebo (2) vt.: fatten / make fat
dasomuc (2) vt.: accuse
dasomucal (4) n.: accusation
dasomuni (3) vt.: convict
dasu (1) vti.: spill out / pour a non-liquid
dasufam (2) vti.: bear / give birth to
dasujanse (3) vi.: spill over / spill out because of overfill (non-liquid)
dasukafja (3) vti.: make callous / cause calluses
davamas (2) vt.: bear / give a ride to
dazurka (2) vt.: cause to lose balance / upset / tip over
dašonû (2) vti.: please / give pleasure to
dašonûl (3) n.: pleasure
dašonûlke (3) a.: pleasureful
de (1) n.: he / him / she / her / it
defdafan (3) vt.: sabotage
defanmug (2) n.: password
defarid (3) n.: puzzle / riddle
defdafanûl (4) n.: sabotage
defnagmur (2) n.: blackmail
defnagmura (3) vt.: blackmail
defnamale (3) vt.: smuggle
defnamalsum (3) n.: smuggler
defnibu (2) vti.: hint
defnibul (1) n.: hint
defwaleli (3) vi.: peek / peep
defwilake (2) a.: contemptuous
defwilal (3) n.: contempt
defwilala (3) vt.: treat with contempt
defwimu (2) vt.: encrypt / encode
defwimul (3) n.: code
defwini (2) a.: secret / unnoticed
defwinil (3) n.: secret
defwinila (3) vt.: make something a secret / keep something secret
dehedi (2) n.: dandelion
dehemil (1) n.: dandelion puffball
deka (1) x.: nine
del (1) n.: they / them
deloj (2) n.: garlic
derad (2) n.: answer
deradagu (2) vti.: answer
deralo (2) vti.: solve
deralol (3) n.: solution
deres (1) x.: ninety
deronala (3) n.: century
derono (2) x.: hundred
desma (1) n.: seaweed
dev (1) n.: bluejay / jay
di (1) n.: flower
diblu (1) n.: petal / flower petal
didžum (1) vt.: arrest
didžumaga (3) vt.: confiscate
didžûmûn (2) vti.: ration out
didžûmûnal (4) n.: ration(s)
difa (1) vvt.: have something done
difakato (3) vt.: guard (e.g. a prisoner) / keep guard over
difakatsum (3) n.: guard
difamale (3) vt.: order / send for / have sent
diframdwa (2) n.: meadow with flowers
digarêdž (2) n.: exile
digarêdža (3) vt.: exile
digêdžusum (2) n.: executive (in a company)
dihare (2) a.: orange (color)
dihea (2) a.: yellow
dijêna (2) a.: famous
dijênal (3) n.: fame
dijêsum (2) n.: celebrity / famous person
dikadefsum (3) n.: secret agent / special agent
dikadûl (3) n.: standard
dikadûla (3) vt.: standardize
dikadûlke (3) a.: standard
dikahalja (3) vt.: execute (kill)
dikahaljasum (3) n.: executioner
dikar (2) a.: official
dikarirap (2) n.: nectar
dikarom (2) n.: national anthem / theme song
dikarsum (2) n.: official / officer
dikat (2) n.: police / police force
dikatsum (2) n.: policeman
dikemêk (2) n.: rank / position / grade
dikemêka (3) vt.: rank / position / grade
diklaše (2) a.: formal
dikûl (1) n.: boquet
dikûlsum (2) n.: officer (in military)
dikûposum (3) n.: advocate / lawyer
dilim (2) n.: butter
dimakosek (2) n.: postage stamp
dimale (2) vt.: drive someone somewhere
dimalekaf (2) vt.: deliver up / hand over / turn in (criminal)
dimaleskem (2) n.: taxi
dimalamsuk (3) n.: motel
dimas (1) vti.: drive (a vehicle)
dimokûlam (2) n.: orderly room
dimudžuasum (3) n.: taxpayer
dimuraf (1) n.: tax
dimuraflam (1) n.: tax collection place / tolling place
dimurafsum (1) n.: tax collector
dimêkal (3) n.: organization / association / agency
dimêkûnda (3) n.: department
dimêkûndir (3) n.: department head / leader of a department
dimûprolu (3) vt.: prescribe (a medicine)
dinahalja (3) vt.: assassinate
dinahaljal (4) n.: assassination
dinogêm (1) n.: leash
dinufadale (4) a.: liberal (politically)
dinufadalsum (4) n.: liberal (person)
dinusafe (3) a.: conservative (politically)
dinusafsum (3) n.: conservative (person)
dinušimêk (2) n.: political party
diprule (2) vti.: certify
diprusek (2) n.: certificate
dira (1) n.: leader / ruler
dirafabên (3) n.: office
diragmubul (2) n.: imperative / imperative mood
dirajadomûdi (4) n.: chief priest
dirakûlke (3) a.: fascist
dirakûlmûl (3) n.: fascism
dirakûlpêt (3) n.: fascist state
dirakûlsum (3) n.: fascist (person)
diral (2) n.: rule / authority
dirala (2) vi.: wield power / exercise authority
diramêt (1) n.: chairman
diramêta (3) vti.: preside
diran (2) vti.: rule
diranal (3) n.: reign
dirapyn (2) n.: goldfish
diraskaf (2) n.: lord / master
dirasolam (2) n.: headquarters / capital
dirasukalam (1) n.: headquarters (building)
dirasukam (2) n.: capital / capital city
dirnosasum (3) n.: shepherd
dirofa (2) vti.: manage
dirofasum (2) n.: manager
dirojonefa (4) vt.: coordinate
dirolafal (4) n.: self-control
dirolafale (4) a.: self-controlled / having self-control
dirole (2) vt.: control
dirosukala (4) vti.: be a steward / manage a household
dirosukalsum (4) n.: steward / manager of household
diruz (2) n.: parent
dirêmfêl (1) n.: power (political)
dirênesa (3) vi.: secede
dirênesal (4) n.: secession
disomêtsum (3) n.: president
disoral (3) n.: executive (authority)
disorala (3) vi.: be an executive
disoralke (3) a.: executive
disoralsum (3) n.: executive (person)
diton (2) vt.: gather together / lead together
ditê (1) vti.: guide / lead
ditêl (2) n.: guiding / leading / guidance
ditêma (2) vt.: steer
ditêmolk (2) n.: steering wheel
ditêsum (1) n.: guide
dizinok (2) n.: bridle
dišole (2) vt.: receive (people in official manner)
diûndžûm (2) vti.: allot / allocate / distribute
do (1) a.: good
Do (1) n.: God
doafe (2) a.: practical
doaldirsum (3) n.: bishop
doaleman (3) n.: vision (miraculous)
doba (1) vt.: throw up
dobola (2) vt.: purify / sanctify
dobêke (2) a.: well-groomed (hair) / combed
docerap (2) n.: lemonade
dodal (2) n.: advantage
dodala (2) vi.: be or produce an advantage or profit
dodale (2) a.: advantageous / profitable
dodara (2) vt.: annoint
dodaral (3) n.: annointment / annointing
dodi (1) a.: happy
dodido (2) a.: blessed / happy
dodidos (2) vt.: bless
dodifake (3) a.: delighted
dodike (1) a.: fun
dodil (2) n.: fun
dodila (2) n.: happiness
dodinil (3) n.: cheer
dodinilke (3) a.: cheerful
dodirnif (2) n.: fate (in a fatalistic sense)
dodirnifke (3) a.: fatalistic
dodis (1) vi.: be happy
dodisa (2) vi.: be merry / be jolly
dodisake (3) a.: merry / jolly
doducka (1) n.: reward
doducka (2) vt.: reward
dodûmba (3) vt.: self esteem
dodžuasa (3) vt.: redeem
dodžuasal (3) n.: redemption
dodžuasalke (4) a.: redemptive
dodžumlam (2) n.: junior high school
dodžûme (2) vt.: dedicate / consecrate
dodžûmel (3) n.: dedication / consecration
dodžûmnika (2) n.: doctrine / religious tenet
doen (2) n.: benevolence / good will
doenke (2) a.: benevolent
dofaglû (2) vti.: preach
dofalke (2) a.: righteous
dofalkel (3) n.: righteousness
dofamul (3) n.: scripture
doflaro (2) vt.: take advantage of (in a positive sense)
dofnike (1) a.: pure / innocent
doframarkake (3) a.: responsible
dofêl (1) n.: grace
dofênal (3) n.: mercy
dofênas (2) vt.: have mercy on
dofês (1) vti.: be gracious to
dogafas (2) vi.: be valid / count
dogafe (2) a.: valid
dogafel (3) n.: validity
dogagele (3) a.: acute (hearing) / keen (hearing)
dogagul (3) n.: eloquence
dogagule (3) a.: eloquent
dogalege (3) a.: sharp (eyes) / keen (vision)
dogamêke (3) a.: well organized
dogas (1) a.: effective / efficient / well
dogazeke (3) a.: graceful / nimble
dogeguke (2) a.: advisable
dogenig (2) a.: wise
dogenil (3) n.: wisdom
doglarêd (2) x.: congratulations!
doglarêda (3) vt.: congratulate
dohaljasum (3) n.: martyr
doim (2) n.: luck (good) / good fortune
doimke (2) a.: lucky / fortunate
dojabeldo (3) a.: marvelous / magnificent
dojal (2) n.: sake / benefit / welfare
dojala (2) vt.: benefit
dojale (2) a.: beneficial
dojane (2) a.: respectable / respected
dojani (2) vti.: respect
dojanil (3) n.: respect
dojaprosum (2) n.: benefactor
dojara (2) n.: high tide
dojcernim (2) n.: gospel
dojcernima (3) vti.: evangelize
dokadir (1) n.: pastor / minister
dokadoke (2) a.: pious / religious
dokadol (3) n.: worship
dokadola (3) vti.: worship
dokalam (2) n.: church
dokanol (3) n.: joy / happiness
dokanola (3) vi.: rejoice
dokanolke (3) a.: joyfully
dokar (2) a.: delicious
dokari (2) a.: sweet
dokašotal (4) n.: church service or meeting
doke (1) a.: holy / sacred
dokejêl (1) n.: holy one
dokel (2) n.: holiness
dokele (2) a.: good quality
dokesum (2) n.: saint
dokirap (1) n.: soda pop
dokrûda (2) vi.: fall over / fall down flat / tip over
dokwani (2) vt.: enlighten
dokwanil (3) n.: enlightenment / enlightening
dolafa (2) vi.: behave (well)
dolafe (2) a.: well-behaved
dolagu (2) vti.: pray
dolagul (3) n.: prayer
dolam (1) n.: heaven
dolane (2) a.: mild
dolanûkesum (3) n.: idolator
dolanûkmûd (3) n.: idolatry
dolapak (1) x.: enough
dolapaka (3) vi.: suffice / be enough
dolaro (2) a.: opportune
dolarêfad (3) n.: holiday
dolazekar (4) n.: integrity
dolazekarke (4) a.: having integrity
dolaše (2) a.: polite
dolašel (3) n.: politeness
doledo (2) a.: wonderful
dolekare (3) a.: honest
dolekarel (4) n.: honesty
dolenjam (1) n.: sincerity
dolenjamke (3) a.: sincere
doles (1) a.: kind
dolesa (2) vi.: be kind
dolesal (3) n.: kindness
dolesû (2) n.: pair / couple
dolkaskem (2) n.: motorcycle
dolna (1) x.: hail to / long live
dolnas (1) vt.: hail to / cheer
doloncep (2) n.: first fruits (sacrificial)
dolêkamke (2) a.: double-bladed / two-edged
dolûnmo (2) n.: lack of extremism / moderation
dolûnmoke (2) a.: moderate
domadžujêl (2) n.: angel
domake (2) a.: harmless
domakomak (3) n.: helicopter
domasuf (2) n.: pants / trousers
domat (1) vi.: hover / stand in mid-air
domava (2) n.: balcony
domazak (1) n.: thigh
domazeke (3) a.: sure-footed / nimble
domeke (2) a.: well / in good shape / in good condition
domfa (1) vi.: be worthy of (P su)
domfake (2) a.: worthy
domo (1) a.: tame
domoda (2) vt.: calm / comfort / reassure
domuca (2) vi.: be worth it
domuni (2) vvt.: look forward to
domêkal (3) n.: order / good order
domêke (2) a.: regular / in good order
domêse (2) a.: lenient
domûdira (3) n.: religious leader
donadke (2) a.: desirable
donakar (3) a.: sour
donakel (3) n.: quality
donamabên (3) n.: elevator
doncakage (3) a.: ambiguous / unclear
doneloke (2) a.: well-shaped
donidal (3) n.: trustworthiness / reliability
donidale (3) a.: reliable / trustworthy
donifa (2) n.: fate / destiny
donifake (2) a.: fateful
donig (1) a.: intelligent / smart
donigal (3) n.: intelligence
donikem (1) n.: M.A. degree / Master of Arts
donikemsum (3) n.: person with M.A. degree
donil (2) n.: gift (mental) / genius (mental capacity)
donilsum (2) n.: genius (person)
donimûdal (4) n.: religion
donimûdnidž (3) n.: theology
donipunas (3) vi.: be in a good mood
donjamufêke (3) a.: well-intentioned
donke (1) a.: double
donkela (2) vi.: double
donkûla (2) vt.: fork (chess)
donkûlal (3) n.: fork (chess)
donmusil (3) n.: colon (punctuation)
dono (1) x.: two
donsum (1) n.: son
donûn (1) n.: half / a half / one half
donûnlar (2) n.: minute
donûnlêk (2) vt.: cut in half
dopamat (2) vt.: straddle
doponsum (2) n.: daughter
doposum (2) n.: ma'am / madame
doprofal (1) n.: favor
doprofala (3) vi.: do a favor for someone (P pro)
doproke (2) a.: favorable
dopênimêka (4) vi.: repent
dopênimêkal (5) n.: repentance
doradžu (2) vti.: baptize
doradžul (3) n.: baptism
doragu (2) vti.: whisper
doraguna (2) vti.: murmur (complain)
dormo (1) n.: draw / tie (game)
dormomû (2) vti: draw / tie (game)
dorono (2) x.: thousand
doronûm (2) x.: hymn
dors (1) n.: peace
dorske (1) a.: peaceful
dorêmgu (2) vti.: shout for joy
dorêmês (2) vi.: be encouraged
dorêmêsal (4) n.: encouragement
dosa (1) a.: better
dosajde (2) a.: patient
dosajdel (3) n.: patience
dosajdes (2) vi.: be patient
dosedo (2) n.: Bible
dosimê (2) a.: gentle
dosimêl (3) n.: gentleness
doskemak (2) n.: bicycle
dosukal (1) n.: temple / place of worship
dosum (1) n.: sir
dot (1) x.: up
dotbên (1) n.: attic
dotesuk (2) n.: tower
doteval (3) n.: justification
dotevas (2) vt.: justify
doteve (2) a.: just
dotevel (3) n.: justice
dotke (1) a.: high
dotkel (2) n.: height
dotlag (1) x.: up above / a distance up above
dotlam (1) n.: top part / upper part / top
dotlar (1) n.: climax
dotnêl (1) x.: above / over
dotolge (2) n.: windmill
dotomnike (2) a.: witty
dotomnila (2) vi.: act witty
dotpla (2) x.: up here
dotsol (1) n.: top / summit
dotêkamo (2) n.: pillar / column
dotêke (2) a.: vertical
dotêkot (2) n.: column / file (chess)
dozelêkam (3) n.: scissors
dozenil (3) n.: covenant / testament
dozesum (1) n.: twin
dozoûn (2) n.: fraction
dozurke (2) a.: well-balanced (literally) / steady
doêmbel (2) x.: your majesty!
došimke (2) a.: good (friend)
došoham (1) n.: incense
došohama (3) vti.: burn incense
došohamok (3) n.: censer
došoke (2) a.: pleasant / nice
došonûlam (3) n.: paradise
došora (2) a.: good-smelling / fragrant
došoral (2) n.: fragrance / aroma / good smell
došorap (1) n.: perfume
došotal (3) n.: party
došumke (2) a.: strong / good (of a spear)
došuvo (2) a.: high-class
doûne (2) vt.: consecrate / sanctify / set apart for holy use
drono (1) x.: ten
drosil (1) n.: decimal point
drozo (1) n.: decimal (number)
drêfak (1) n.: pump
drêmêk (1) vti.: knock
dufara (2) n.: island
dugûle (2) a.: bashful / shy
dugûlel (3) n.: bashfulness / shyness
dulys (1) x.: first letter of Vabungula alphabet / D
duma (1) a.: embarrassed
dumake (1) a.: embarrassing
dumal (2) n.: embarrassment
dumas (1) vi.: be embarrassed / feel embarrassed
dunif (1) a.: clever / sly
duninagu (3) vi.: speak with deliberate intention to confuse
duninagul (4) n.: speech with deliberate intention to confuse
dunudžel (3) n.: trick (to doing s.th.) / clever method of doing s.th.
dwadarenal (4) n.: gravity
dwadema (1) vti.: dig
dwademaka (3) n.: shovel
dwademu (2) vt.: dig out
dwado (1) n.: ground / earth / soil
dwadžufja (1) vt.: bury
dwafu (1) n.: nitrogen
dwafûm (1) n.: dust
dwagežu (2) n.: earthquake
dwagusam (1) n.: mole
dwahaja (2) vti.: hoe
dwahajka (2) n.: hoe
dwahali (2) n.: oil / crude oil
dwajêkor (1) n.: globe (the earth)
dwajêkorka (3) n.: globe (spherical map)
dwajêkorke (3) a.: global
dwajên (1) n.: earth (as opposed to heavens)
dwajênidž (1) n.: geology
dwakalira (3) n.: bitumen / asphalt
dwakesla (2) vti.: mine (excavate for minerals, etc.)
dwakeslasum (2) n.: miner
dwakezûm (2) n.: mine (excavation for minerals, etc.)
dwakrap (1) n.: mud
dwakrapke (2) a.: muddy
dwala (1) n.: surroundings
dwalagre (2) n.: landscape
dwalûnidž (1) n.: geography
dwamava (2) n.: floor
dwamolkal (3) n.: equator
dwamêde (2) vti.: plow
dwamêdeka (3) n.: plow
dwamênužak (3) n.: land mine
dwana (1) n.: manure / feces
dwanafwadž (1) n.: constipation
dwanafwadža (3) vi.: be constipated
dwanalam (1) n.: toilet / restroom
dwanamok (2) n.: toilet stool
dwapunel (3) n.: terrain / lay of the land
dwaralam (2) n.: puddle
dwazûm (1) n.: pit
dwomolam (1) n.: pole (of earth) / earth's pole
dêmvok (1) n.: turnip
dûgufa (2) n.: prose
dûkarno (2) a.: orthodox
dûkarnol (3) n.: orthodoxy
dûl (1) a.: normal
dûlke (1) a.: normally
dûlmêke (2) a.: typical
dûlnig (1) a.: sane
dûmba (1) n.: pride
dûmbas (1) vt.: take pride in / be proud of
dûmbe (1) a.: proud
dûmugol (1) n.: colloquial language
dûtûs (1) a.: ordinary
džakam (1) n.: wedge
džake (1) a.: secure / fast / fixed / made immovable / stable
džakel (2) n.: stability
džavo (1) n.: lamb's quarters
džaza (1) n.: cockroach / roach
džekam (1) n.: rook (chess)
džeke (1) a.: perpendicular
dželêmleg (2) n.: cornerstone
džemucil (3) n.: bracket (punctuation)
džesal (1) n.: corner
džetên (1) n.: angle
dživas (1) n.: watermelon
džoano (2) vt.: leave alone / not interfere or bother
džofini (2) vi.: be negligent
džofinil (3) n.: negligence
džofivu (2) vt.: neglect
džofivul (3) n.: neglect
džolanike (2) a.: subconscious(ly)
džopa (1) n.: cabbage
džotûske (2) a.: uninteresting / dull
džuadžusek (2) n.: invoice
džualam (2) n.: store / shop
džualon (3) n.: shopping mall
džualûna (3) vi.: cost
džualûnal (3) n.: cost / expense
džuas (1) vt.: buy
džuasa (2) vti.: pay
džuasanau (4) vti.: pay back / reimburse
džuasanaul (4) n.: reimbursement
džuasek (2) n.: receipt
džuasum (1) n.: customer
džudimura (3) vt.: tax
džudomoha (3) vt.: hang
džudofjalvûs (3) n.: veil
džudot (1) vt.: hang / hang up
džudotêkam (3) n.: rack (for hanging s.th.)
džudžaka (2) vt.: wedge / jam
džuelvo (2) vt.: salt / put salt on
džufe (1) vti.: insert / put in(to)
džufenimur (2) vti.: deposit (into an account)
džufloka (2) vti.: serve (food or drink)
džugenimur (2) vti.: withdraw (from an account)
džugo (1) vti.: take out / extract
džugêma (2) vt.: accept employment / take a job
džugêmsum (2) n.: employee
džuid (2) n.: move (in a game)
džuido (2) vti.: move (in a game) / make a move
džukaras (2) vt.: feed
džukarka (2) n.: spoon
džukerap (2) vt.: give to drink / give water to / water
džukol (2) n.: billiards / pool
džukrap (2) vi.: get wet
džula (1) vt.: put / place
džuladot (1) vt.: put (something) up
džuladž (2) vt.: get at something
džulafên (2) vt.: apply (something to a situation)
džulakamo (2) n.: table
džulanat (1) vt.: put (something) down
džulasen (3) vt.: elect / vote in
džulav (2) vt.: put on
džulava (2) vi.: get dressed
džulic (2) vti.: find out
džulical (3) n.: discovery / finding out
džulira (2) vt.: smear / spread
džuloja (2) vt.: combine / put together / juxtapose
džulojal (2) n.: combination / juxtaposition
džulolmo (2) vt.: wind s.th. around s.th.
džum (1) vt.: receive / get
džumasku (2) vt.: give rest to
džumat (2) vt.: stand / make to stand
džumba (1) vti.: take / get
džumirapo (3) vt.: nurse (an infant)
džumlesûn (1) n.: class (school)
džumni (1) vti.: learn
džumnigol (1) n.: knowledge from study
džumnil (1) n.: student
džumnilam (1) n.: school
džumnirê (2) vti.: study
džumnirêl (1) n.: study / examination / investigation
džumnišotal (4) n.: class (school) / class meeting
džumniûn (1) n.: lesson
džumnudža (2) vvti.: learn how to do something
džumololmo (3) vt.: unwind
džumome (2) vti.: centralize
džumomel (3) n.: centralization
džumêta (2) vt.: set / set down / make to sit
džumêtas (2) vt.: lay / lay down
džunat (2) vt.: suspend / dangle / hang
džunelo (2) vi.: be formed / take on shape
džunidal (3) vt.: entrust (to)
džunikemêk (3) n.: degree (academic)
džunikum (1) n.: grades (in school) / marks
džunmur (1) n.: jade
džunûgeka (3) n.: rake
džurala (2) vt.: water / irrigate
džuralamok (2) n.: watering can
džuramao (3) n.: pail / bucket
džurarmok (2) n.: ladle / dipper
džuruza (2) vt.: adopt (a child)
džurêkar (3) vt.: season (food) / put condiments on
džusamna (2) vt.: load
džusavu (2) vti.: check (chess)
džusavul (3) n.: check (chess)
džusek (2) n.: list
džuseka (2) vt.: list
džuson (2) vt.: gather / collect
džuvla (1) vt.: absorb
džuvresu (2) vt.: kidnap
džuvmur (1) n.: ransom
džuzûma (2) vt.: scoop out / scoop up / dip out
džušafal (3) n.: turn (e.g., "it's my turn")
džušafalê (3) vvi.: alternate / take turns
džušamo (2) vi.: switch
džušamole (3) vti.: switch around / trade places
džušaza (2) vt.: trade / exchange
džušazal (3) n.: trade / exchange
džušolon (3) n.: market
džušêmdže (2) vti.: castle (chess)
džušêmdžel (2) n.: castling (chess)
džûbadžusum (2) n.: dealer
džûbas (1) vt.: sell
džûbasum (1) n.: salesman
džûbkasum (1) n.: merchant
džûdobeni (3) vti.: revere
džûdofa (2) vt.: flatter
džûdok (1) vt.: bless
džûdokal (3) n.: blessing
džûdokar (3) n.: dignity
džûdokarke (3) a.: dignified
džûdokel (1) n.: a blessed one
džûdoma (2) vi.: swing
džûdomak (2) n.: swing
džûdomeža (3) vi.: swing back and forth
džûdomoha (3) vi.: hang
džûdoni (2) vt.: honor
džûdonil (1) n.: honor
džûdot (1) vi.: hang
džûdrosûn (2) n.: tithe
džûdrosûna (3) vti.: tithe
džûfabûl (3) n.: assignment
džûfabûn (2) vt.: assign (something to someone)
džûfidžu (2) vti.: give a gift
džûgefa (2) vt.: pass along / transmit / hand over to
džûgeza (2) vt.: brandish / wave
džûgêma (2) vt.: hire / employ
džûgêmsum (2) n.: employer
džûgidê (2) n.: index finger
džûkuža (2) vt.: shoot (s.o. or s.th.)
džûkwa (1) vt.: offer (something)
džûlaca (2) vti.: tense up (muscles, etc.)
džûlace (2) a.: tense (muscles, etc.)
džûlamura (3) vt.: finance / fund
džûlasa (2) vti.: provide
džûmafam (2) vt.: put someone to bed
džûmba (1) vti.: give
džûmbaga (2) vt.: remove
džûmbasuf (2) vi.: get undressed
džûmbûn (1) vt.: distribute / hand out
džûme (1) vt.: devote / dedicate
džûmlamul (1) n.: dative case
džûmni (1) vti.: teach
džûmnika (1) n.: teaching
džûmnil (1) n.: teacher
džûmnilel (1) n.: education
džûmnisek (1) n.: textbook
džûmnudža (2) vvti.: teach how to do something / train
džûmproka (2) vti.: contribute
džûmprokal (3) n.: contribution
džûmura (2) vt.: finance
džûmurprok (2) vti.: contribute / donate
džûmurêl (2) vi.: invest (financial)
džûmurêlal (4) n.: investment (financial)
džûn (1) n.: degree (angle)
džûnani (2) vt.: dishonor
džûnat (2) vi.: be suspended / dangle / hang
džûpra (1) vt.: grab / seize
džûprole (2) vt.: sponsor
džûprolesum (2) n.: sponsor
džûsaf (2) vt.: hold / grasp
džûsafa (2) n.: hold / grasp / grip
džûsomuc (2) vt.: blame
džûtagu (2) vti.: make reference to / refer to
džûtagul (3) n.: reference
džûtên (1) vi.: lead to / point to / direct


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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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