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genialitaa(kwo) ingeniousness, ingenuity
genialnik(kwo) genius (about a person)

genosida(kwo) genocide
genosidi(zwo) perform genocide

genra(kwo) genus, genre

genta(kwo) clan, ethnic group, family, kin, stock

genu(kwo) knee
genu jor — knee joint
genukapak — kneecap, patella
genui(kwo) kneel
lwo-genui — fall to one's knees

genuflexa(kwo) genuflexion
Origin: genu+flexa

geografia(kwo) geography
geografier(kwo) geographer
Greek


geologia(kwo) geology

geometria(kwo) geometry

gerania(kwo) geranium

gerba(kwo) coat of arms

gerbila(kwo) gerbil

germanike(kwel) Germanic
germanike lingwas — Germanic languages

germanyum(kwo)
germanium (chem.)

gesi(zwo)
guess
gesa(kwo)
guess
gesing(kwo) guessing

geti(zwo) get (to somewhere, into smth); fall (into a situation)
geti a dom — get home
geti inu kaptika — fall into a trap
geti aus koylok — get out of somewhere
olo kel geti sub handa — whatever came to her/his hand

gey(kwo) gay (homosexual)

gida(kwo) guide (person or thing)
gidi(zwo) guide (serve as a guide; exert control or influence over)
gei gidi bay koysa — to be guided by smth

gidiwanda(kwo) excursion, outing, tour

Origin: gidi+wanda

giganta(kwo) giant
giganta-ney (gigante) — (kwel) giant

gimnastika(kwo) gymnastics
gimnastike(kwel) gymnastic

gin-(syao)
"feminine"
gin-studenta — female student
gin-doga — bitch

gina(kwo)
woman (also ginjen)
ginalik(kwel) womanly
ginaliknesa(kwo) womanliness
ko-gina(kwo) female companion; wife
ginnik(kwo) womanizer
ginaley(kwo)
womankind
Greek


ginea(kwo) guinea (coin)

Ginea Ekwatorial(kwo) Equatorial Guinea

ginesta(kwo) broom (shrub)

gipsa(kwo) gypsum; plaster of Paris

girlanda(kwo) garland

gitara(kwo)
guitar
Azeri


gladi(zwo) stroke (move the hand over the surface of smth in one direction)
Russian

glan(zwo) be glossy, shine
glan-she(kwel) glossy, shiny, sleek
glansa(kwo) gloss, shine, lustre
mah-glan(zwo) gloss, give a gloss or sheen to
Russian

glanda(kwo) gland

glas(kwo) glass (substance)
glas bartan — glass utensil
glas-ney (kwel) glass, of glass
glaslik(kwel) glassy
glaska(kwo) smth made of glass; jar
jemglaska — jam-jar

glasa(kwo) glass (vessel)
glasakin(kwo) small drinking glass

glate(kwel) smooth (not rough)

fa-glate (glatifi) — (zwo) become smooth

mah-glate (glatisi) — (zwo) smooth
Ant.: karke
German

glidi(zwo) slide, glide
gliding(kwo) sliding, slip
glide
(kwel) slippery, sliding

glimi(zwo) glimmer (emit or reflect a dim, intermittent light)
stara glimi — stars glimmer
German

glina(kwo) argil; clay
Polish

globa(kwo) globe
globale(kwel) global
(cf. “globus”)

globus(kwo) globe (a spherical model of Earth or any planet)

glodi(zwo) gnaw
Russian

glok(kwo) bell
gloki(zwo) ring a bell, toll
German

gloria(kwo) glory
gloria-ney(kwel) glorious
glorisi(zwo) glorify
glorisa(kwo) glorification

gloti(zwo) swallow
glota(kwo) a swallow
gloting
(kwo) swallowing
misgloti(zwo) choke (with)
Russian

glu(kwo) glue
glui(zwo) glue
gluing(kwo) gluing
See also: lipi

glube(kwel) deep, profound
glubitaa(kwo) depth
fa-glube (glubifi) — (zwo) become deeper
mah-glube (glubisi) — (zwo) deepen, make deep or deeper
glubefai in akwa — to be deep in water, to draw much water
Ant.: chyen
Russian

gluhe(kwel) deaf; dull, muffled, toneless
gluhitaa(kwo) deafness
gluhe-mute(kwel) deaf-mute

gluhisi-she(kwel) deafening

Russian

glume(kwel) gloomy, sulky, sullen, morose

gluton(kwo) wolverine

gnom(kwo) dwarf, gnome

go(zwo) go (move; leave; proceed)
go a leker — go to the doctor
dela go hao — the thing goes good
go-she(kwel) current (also "zai-ney")
go-she wik — the current week
go-she dela — the current affairs
going(kwo) going; course (onward movement, progress)
going de eventas — the course of events

godi(zwo) serve (to be convenient or favourable), suit (answer a purpose, be of use)
It godi fo kwo? — What does it serve for?
godi-she(kwel) suitable, good
godinesa(kwo) suitability, aptitude
Russian

gol(kwo) goal (point scored)
golgeit(kwo) goal (zone)
golgeiter(kwo) goalkeeper
Turkish

gola(kwo) aim, goal, end, purpose, target
goli(zwo) aim
goli banduk an koysa – to aim the gun at smth
fai gola an koysa – take aim at smth

golda(kwo) gold
golda-ney (kwel) gold, golden
goldika(kwo) smth gold
goldisi(zwo) gild

golfa(kwo) golf
Hindi

gonga(kwo) gong

goni(zwo) drive (cause to move; chase)
goni gurta a pilok — drive a herd to the watering place
goni afte koywan — pursue / chase smb
gona(kwo) drive, chase, pursuit
See also: persekwi
Russian

gorba(kwo) hump, hunch (deformity of the back in humans; the fleshy structure on the back of a camel)

gorba-ney (gorbe) — (kwel) hunchbacked
gorbe jen (kwo) hunchback
gorbi (zwo) hump, hunch, stoop
gorbi-ney (kwel) stooping, stooped
Russian

gorila(kwo) gorilla (ape)
Portuguese

gorla(kwo) throat
gorla de botela — throat (neck) of the bottle
Russian

gosip(kwo) gossip, scuttlebutt, tittle-tattle
fai gosip, gosipi(zwo) gossip, tittle-tattle, tell tales
gosiper(kwo) talebearer, gossiper

gova(kwo) cow/bull
gin-gova (govina) — (kwo) cow
man-gova (govo) — (kwo) bull
yungova(kwo) heifer/calf
govamasu(kwo) beef
yungovamasu(kwo) veal
Pashtoo

gracha(kwo) rook (bird)
Russian

grada(kwo) degree, extent (cf. “gradus”)
in sertene grada — to a certain extent
gaograd(komo) in a high degree
koygrad(komo) to some degree
kwelgrad(komo) to what extent
nulgrad(komo) not at all, to no extent
syaograd(komo) to a small extent
talgrad ke — to such an extent that

gradina(kwo) a single stair, step, footstep; rung (step of a ladder)

graduale(kwel) gradual
gradualem(komo) gradually

gradus(kwo) degree (a unit of measurement)
pet gradus sobre nol — five degrees above zero
dwashi gradus de frosta (garmitaa) — 20 degrees of frost (heat)

graf(kwo) graph


grafika(kwo) graphic
grafike(kwel) graphic

gram(kwo) gram
sto gram — one hundred grams

gramatika(kwo) grammar

gramatika-taim — (grammar term) grammatical tense

gramatika-worda — (grammar term) a non-content word with a primarily grammatical function (e.g. bu, he)

gran(kwel) big, large, great
gro-gran(kwel) huge, enormous
granfinga(kwo) thumb
grantaa(kwo) size, magnitude
stara do un-ney grantaa — star of the first magnitude
fa-gran (granifi) — (zwo) increase, become bigger/larger
mah-gran (granisi) — (zwo) increase, make bigger/larger, magnify
granisa/granifa(kwo) increase
Ant.: syao

Gran Berna Lak(kwo) Great Bear Lake

grandiose (kwel) grandiose

granit (kwo) granite
Indonesian

grapa (kwo) cluster, bunch, a number of fruits or flowers growing along a common stalk
vingrapa — cluster/bunch of grapes

grasile (kwel) gracile

graspi(zwo) grasp (to take hold of or seize firmly; comprehend), grip
fa-graspi pa koysa — snatch at smth
graspika(kwo) handle (haft, knob, bail, etc.)
dwar graspika — door-handle, door-knob
Syn.: samaji

grata (kwo) grating, grate, lattice

gratis(komo) gratis, free of charge

gratuli(zwo) congratulate
gratula(kwo) congratulation

grauli(zwo) growl, snarl
graula(kwo) growl, snarl

grave(kwel) heavy, ponderous; (fig.) weighty, momentous, grave

gravitaa(kwo) heaviness, gravity
gravika(kwo) weight (object used to make something heavier), ballast

gravela (kwo) gravel

gravide(kwel) pregnant, with child
gravida(kwo) a pregnant woman

graviti(zwo) (phys. and fig.) gravitate, be attracted, tend to a center
gravita(kwo) gravitation
kanun de gravita — the law of gravitation

greipa(kwo) grapefruit

gren(kwo) grain (seeds of crops; crops)
greninka(kwo) a single seed of grain
grendom(kwo) granary, barn

Grenada(kwo) Grenada

Grenland(kwo) Greenland

grey(kwel) gray
grey-har-ney — grey-haired

grif(kwo) vulture

grifon(kwo) griffin (mythical beast)

grimasa (kwo) grimace
grimasi, fai grimasa (kwo) grimace, make a grimace, contort the face, make a wry face

grin(kwel) green
grintaa(kwo) greenery, verdure
grinfai(zwo) be / show green

grip(kwo) flu, grippe, influenza
faula-grip — bird flu
Turkish

grivi(zwo) grieve (feel sorrow or distress); mourn (om koysa — for smth)
grivi-plaki — lament, deplore
griva
(kwo) grief, woe, sorrow
griva-ney (grive) — (kwel) sorrowful, mournful, sad
mah-grivi(zwo) grieve (make unhappy)
Ant.: joi

gro(syao-komo) "very much, strongly" (augmentative/intensifying particle)

kitaba "a book" — gro-kitaba "a big volume, tome, folio"
hao "good, well" — gro-hao "great, excellent"
interes-ney "interesting" — gro-interes-ney "gripping, exciting"
pri "to like" — gro-pri "to adore, to like greatly"
Me lubi yu gro. — I love you deeply.
Lu en-mediti gro. — He became lost in thoughts.
gro-ney(kwel) enormous, great, huge, vast

grog(kwo) grog

grose(kwel) thick
grositaa(kwo) thickness
grosnik(kwo) stout / fat / corpulent man
Ant.: dine

grugru, fai grugru(zwo) grunt, utter a grunt

grumbli(zwo) grumble

grunta(kwo) soil, ground

grupa(kwo) group
grupi(zwo) group

Guadelup(kwo) Guadeloupe

gual(kwo) coal
gual-muver(kwo) poker
gualisi(zwo) charr (tr.)
gualifi(zwo) charr (intr.)
Scottish Gaelic

guan(kwo) institution, establishment
fanguan(kwo) dining rooms
frisiguan(kwo) hairdresser's
kitabaguan(kwo) library
printiguan(kwo) printing house
Mandarin

Guangjou(kwo) Guangzhou

guapi(zwo) yawn
guapa
(kwo) yawn
Indonesian

guardia(kwo) guard (squad)
guardier(kwo) guardsman (member of Guard)

Guatemala(kwo) Guatemala

guava(kwo) guava


gubra(kwo) dung, manure, muck
gubrajuk(kwo) dung-beetle
Turkish

gudi(zwo) honk, hoot, toot
See also: zumbi
Russian


gugol(kwanto) googol (1 followed by 100 zeros)

guha(kwo) cavern, cave
Telugu

gukan(kwo) chaff
Mandarin

gul(kwo) ghoul

gulam(kwo) slave
gulamtaa(kwo) slavery
Hindi

gulao(kwel) ancient, antique
Mandarin

guma(kwo) gum; rubber; eraser
chabiguma(kwo) chewing gum
gumabanda(kwo) elastic (band), rubber band

gun(zwo) work
gunjen(kwo) worker
gunsa(kwo) work, labour; job
treba go a gunsa — one must go to work
guntura(kwo) work (product of working)
gundey(kwo) working day, workday
guntaim(kwo) working time
gunpaga(kwo) salary, wage
gunshamba(kwo) study (room)
gunguan(kwo) work-place, work-room, workshop
Mandarin

gunah(kwo) sin
gunahi, fai gunah(zwo) sin
degunahi, dai gunah-pardona(zwo) grant absolution
gunah-bakra(kwo) scapegoat
Turkish

guran(kwo) crane (bird)
Sambahsa

gurka(kwo) cucumber
Icelandic

gurta(kwo) herd, flock, drove
gurti(zwo) herd, flock
See also: trupa

Russian


guru(kwo) spiritual teacher
Sanskrit

guruhi(zwo) thunder
shuta ek-guruhi — a shot burst out
guruha (kwo) thunder
Indonesian

gusli(kwo) gusli
baji gusli — play gusli
guslier(kwo) guslar
Russian

gusta(kwo) taste
gusti(zwo) taste (have a taste; sample the flavour of smth orally)
gustike
(kwel) gustatory
hao-gusta-ney(kwel) tasty

guta(kwo) drop (of liquid)
guti(zwo) drip, fall in drops
guting(kwo) dripping

guverna(kwo) government
guverni(zwo) govern (exercise authority over)
guverner(kwo) governor

guy(kwel) expensive, costly
guytaa(kwo) expensiveness, costliness
Mandarin

gwansi(zwo) concern (have to do with, relate to, be of importance to)
sey dela bu gwansi me — it is no concern of me
gwansi-yen(konekti) concerning, regarding
gwansa(kwo) relation, connection, anything to do (with)
hev/fai nul gwansa a koysa — have no connection with smth, bear no relation to smth
bugwansa-ney (bugwanse) — (kwel) irrelevant, out of place, having nothing to do with
bugwansa-nem (bugwansem) — (komo) malapropos, not to the point
Mandarin

gwer(kwo) war
gwership — warship
gwer akta — military action
gwer e salam — war and peace
gwer-stopa, gwer-pausa — armistice, truce
gweri, fai gwer(zwo) make/wage war

gwerjen(kwo) warrior

gwerlik(kwel) warlike

gwin(zwo) gain, earn, win
gwin anubav — gain in experience
gwinsa (kwo) gain; income, earnings
Syn.: akwiri

gwo(gramatika) "some time ago, at one time, earlier in life"
me gwo bi in Moskva — I have been to Moscow
Me gwo dansi hao wen me bin syao gela. — I danced well when I was a little girl.
Lu gwo zun sporta. — He used to go in for sports.
gwo-ney(kwel) former, has-been
Mandarin

gwo-yusen(kwel) secondhand

ha — the name of the letter H h

habar(kwo) (piece of) news
Arabic

habiti(zwo) inhabit; dwell, live
nu habiti in toy gata — we live in that street
habita(kwo) habitation
shanji habita (a koylok) — move (to some place), change residence
habiter(kwo) inhabitant
habitilok(kwo) habitation (place) (apartment is “flat”)
habitibile(kwel) habitable
buhabiti-ney (buhabiten) — (kwel) uninhabited
habitisi(zwo) accommodate, lodge

haf(kwo, syao) half
pa haf — by half, in half
haf-dey(kwo) half a day
haf-ora (kwo) half an hour
haf-luma(kwo) twilight
mah-haf (zwo) halve

haf-brata(kwo) half-brother

hafnyum(kwo) hafnium (chem.)

haf-sista(kwo) half-sister

ha-ha(exklami, kwo) ha-ha, a sound made in imitation of laughter
fai ha-ha(zwo) laugh

See also: ridi, hi-hi


hahavati(zwo) guffaw, laugh boisterously, roar with laughter
hahavata(kwo) guffaw, boisterous laugh

haifen(kwo) hyphen

haili(zwo) heal, cure
German

haishi(taim-komo) still, as yet, so far
Me haishi bu he zwo se. — I have not done this yet.
Lu haishi safari. — He still travels.
Me es haishi ausen urba. — I am still out of town.
(cf. "yoshi")
Mandarin

haki(zwo) hew, hack, chop, cut
haki ligna — chop wood
haki bay zian — cut with a sword
hakimarka(kwo) notch

hakmi(zwo) try (examine by judicial process)
hakma(kwo) (court) trial
hakmiwan(kwo) defendant, the accused, prisoner at the bar
Swahili

halat(kwo) circumstance; circumstances
al tal halat — under such circumstances
Arabic

halich(kwo) gulf (geogr.)
Arabic

halif(kwo) caliph

halifat(kwo) caliphate

halka(kwo) ring (a circumscribing object)
aurhalka(kwo) earring
harhalka(kwo) lock, curl, ringlet
halka-ney(kwel) annular, ring-shaped
halkafinga(kwo) ring finger (finger between middle finger and little finger)
halka-dansa(kwo) round danse
fai halka-dansa — to sing and dance in a ring
brachahalka(kwo) bracelet, armlet
gambahalka(kwo) bracelet (for the ankle)
Arabic

haloo (halo) — (exklami) hallo (used also over the telephone)


halusina(kwo) hallucination
halusini(zwo) hallucinate

halwa(kwo) halva
Arabic

ham(kwo) ham (food)

hamak(kwo) hammock
Bulgarian

hamir(kwo) yeast
Arabic

hampi(komo) almost
Me jan hampi olo om to. — I know almost everything about it.
Li es hir, hampi oli. — They are here, almost everyone.
Indonesian

hamra(kwo) hammer
hamri(zwo) hammer

hamsi(zwo) whisper
hamsa
(kwo) whisper
Arabic




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