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  1. a prep. to, toward Lat. ad
  2. a n. f river PG. *ahwō
  3. abere v. to have, to possess PG. *habjaną influenced by Lat. habeō
  4. abere afolgo n. m. to succeed see constituent parts
  5. acarno n. m. acorn PG. *akraną
  6. ace n. m. hook PG. *hakô
  7. acro n. m. field, farmland PG. *akraz
  8. acumare v. to obtain, to receive PG. *bikwemaną also "to be enjoyable" p. acam-
  9. acusa n. f. axe PG. *akwisī
  10. adalarne n. m. eagle PG. *aþalaz + *arô
  11. adalo adj. noble PG. *aþalaz
  12. adalsteno n. m. gem, precious stone adalo + steno
  13. adecere v. to cover PG. *biþakjaną
  14. adeceto adj. covered, overcast ptcp. of adecere
  15. adencere v. to bethink, to consider PG. *biþankijaną
  16. admere v. to breathe from admo
  17. admo n. m. breath, breathing PG. *ēþmaz
  18. adragare v. to amount to, to be a- + dragare "to behave" (reflexive) p. adrug-
  19. adrigare v. to deceive, to cheat (on) PG. *bidreuganą p. adrog-
  20. adringare v. to beset a- + dringare p. adrang-
  21. aendere v. to end, to terminate a- + endere
  22. afalare v. to please, to appeal a- + falare p. afil-
  23. afolgere v. to happen, to ensue a- + folgere
  24. afolgo n. m. success, result from afolgere
  25. afriiere v. to free, to liberate a- + friio + -ere
  26. afugere v. to add a- + fugere
  27. afugico n. m. adjective a- + fugere + -ico
  28. agastra n. f. magpie PG. *agalistrijǭ
  29. agatusa n. f. witch, sorceress PG. *hagatusjǭ also agatuse (m)
  30. agevare v. to admit, to confess a- + gevare p. agav-
  31. aglavero n. m. shotgun aglo + avero
  32. aglo n. m. hail (weather) PG. *haglaz
  33. agrabare v. to bury PG. *bigrabaną p. agrub-
  34. agripare v. to comprehend PG. *bigrīpaną intellectually
  35. aie n. m. shark Du. haai
  36. alacere v. to laugh at a- + lacere
  37. alacico adj. ridiculous, laughable alacere + -ico
  38. albatrose n. m. albatross En. albatross
  39. alcole n. m. alcohol Lat. alcohol
  40. aldare v. to hold, to keep PG. *haldaną p. ild-
  41. alere v. to fetch, to get PG. *halōną
  42. alicavite n. m. balance alico + avite
  43. alicavitico adj. balanced alicavite + -ico
  44. alico adj. alike, similar PG. *galīkaz
  45. alina n. f. ulna, yard (unit) PG. *alinō through VL *alina
  46. alivare v. to remain, to stay PG. *bilībaną
  47. almo n. m. stalk, stem, straw PG. *halmaz
  48. alo n. m. eel PG. *ēlaz
  49. alove n. m. belief PG. *galaubô
  50. alovere v. to believe PG. *galaubijaną
  51. alsere v. to hug, to embrace from also
  52. also n. m. neck, throat PG. *halsaz
  53. alto adj. old PG. *aldaz
  54. altrere v. to change altro + -ere
  55. altro adj. other Lat. alter
  56. amara n. f. ammer, yellowhammer PG. *amazǭ
  57. amaro n. m. hammer PG. *hamaraz
  58. amercere v. to notice, to remark a- + mercere
  59. ameta n. f. ant PG. *ēmaitijǭ
  60. amsla n. f. blackbird PG. *amslǭ
  61. anaconda n. f. anaconda En. anaconda
  62. ancelo n. m. ankle PG. *ankalaz
  63. andlere v. to act, trade, do business PG. *handlōną
  64. andlitio n. f. trade, business andlere + -tio
  65. anedrece n. m. drake PG. *anudrekô
  66. anemare v. to take away, to deprive a + nemare p. anam-
  67. anemato adj. numb participle of anemare
  68. anepe n. m. hemp, cannabis PG. *hanapiz
  69. anesare v. to recover, to heal PG. *ganesaną p. anas-
  70. anesatio n. f. recovery, recuperation anesare + -tio
  71. angere v. to hang PG. *hangijaną, *hanhaną transitive and intransitive
  72. anguste n. f. fear, anxiety, angst PG. *angustiz
  73. angusticere v. to frighten, to terrify anguste + -ico + -ere
  74. anitare v. to enjoy PG. *ganeutaną p. anot-
  75. anodicere v. to need, to require a- + nodico + -ere
  76. antavero n. m. pistol, handgun anto + avero
  77. antbalolsprava n. f. submachine gun anto + balolsprava
  78. ante adv. before Lat. ante
  79. antlanca n. f. wrist anto + lanca
  80. anto n. f. hand PG. *handuz u-stem
  81. antsco n. m. glove anto + sco
  82. anugare v. to suffice PG. *ganuganą
  83. anugo adj. enough, sufficient PG. *ganōgaz
  84. anute n. f. abundance PG. *ganuhtiz
  85. apalsina n. f. orange (fruit) aplo + Sina Sina meaning "China"
  86. ape n. m. ape, monkey PG. *apô
  87. aperedo n. m. hippopotamus a + peredo lit. "river-horse"
  88. aplo n. m. apple, fruit PG. *aplaz
  89. apo prep. by, at Lat. apud
  90. apospelo n. m. proverb, example apo + spelo
  91. apovortico adj. adverbial apovorto + -ico
  92. apovorto n. m. adverb apo + vorto
  93. aprile n. m. April Lat. Aprīlis
  94. arbetarilaga n. f. working class arbetario + laga
  95. arbetario n. m. worker, labourer arbete + -ario
  96. arbete n. m. work, labour, toil PG. *arbaidiz
  97. arbetere v. to work, to labour, to toil PG. *arbaidijaną
  98. arde n. f. nature, character, type PG. *ardiz
  99. arecere v. to get to, to reach a- + recere
  100. aredo adj. ready, prepared PG. *raidaz
  101. argo adj. bad, awful, indecent PG. *argaz
  102. aritere v. to correct, to amend PG. *garihtijaną
  103. aritio n. m. justice, court of law PG. *garihtiją
  104. arito n. m. reform, amendment from aritere
  105. arivare v. to regret a- + rivare p. aruv-
  106. armo adj. poor, pitiable PG. *armaz
  107. armo n. m. arm (anatomy) PG. *armaz
  108. aro n. m. hair PG. *hērą
  109. arobere v. to bereave, to deprive PG. *biraubōną
  110. arto adj. hard PG. *harduz declines like u-stem
  111. artvaldo n. m. tyrrany arto + valdo
  112. arurere v. to touch a- + rurere
  113. aruvicere v. to calm, to pacify a- + ruvico + -ere
  114. asafticere v. to appease, placate, soothe a- + saftio + -ico + -ere
  115. asalo n. m. hazel PG. *hasalaz
  116. asca n. f. ash, ashes (from a fire) PG. *askǭ
  117. ascafte n. f. creation, institution PG. *gaskaftiz
  118. asco n. m. ash (tree) PG. *askaz
  119. ascovere v. to consider, to regard a- + scovere
  120. ase n. m. hare, rabbit PG. *hasô
  121. asefere v. to realise, to notice PG. *sabjaną
  122. asetere v. to beset, to occupy PG. *bisatjaną
  123. asitere v. to sit down, to recline PG. *gasitjaną p. asat-
  124. asla n. f. armpit, shoulder PG. *ahslō
  125. aslato n. m. gender, sex cognate with Du. geslacht
  126. aspa n. f. aspen PG. *aspǭ
  127. asprecare v. to discuss PG. *bisprekaną p. asprac-
  128. astare v. to consist, to exist PG. *bistāną p. astud-
  129. astatico adj. consistent, constant astare + -ico
  130. astelere v. to deliver a + stelere
  131. aso n. m. carrion, bait PG. *ēsą see also curdro
  132. asorgere v. to cause concern a- + sorgere
  133. asorgita n. f. concern, worry, anxiety asorgere + -ita
  134. astemere v. to agree, to determine a- + stemere
  135. astemeto adj. definite, certain ptcp. of astemere
  136. asucere v. to visit a- + sucere
  137. ata n. f. attention, regard PG. *ahtō
  138. atere v. to esteem, to respect ata + -ere
  139. ate n. m. papa, dad PG. *attô
  140. atina n. f. hate, hatred PG. *hataz through VL. *hatina
  141. atinere v. to hate PG. *hatōną infl. by atina
  142. avaldere v. to forest a- + valdo + -ere
  143. avaldeto adj. forested, wooded ptcp. of avaldere
  144. avande n. m. evening PG. *ēbanþs
  145. avandmalo n. m. supper, dinner avande + malo
  146. avenere v. to get used to a + venere
  147. avero n. m. rifle cognate with verere
  148. avite n. m. weight PG. *gawihtiz
  149. avna n. f. haven, harbour, port PG. *habnō
  150. avolcere v. to cloud a- + volca + -ere
  151. avolceto adj. cloudy ptcp. of avolcere
  152. avre n. m. oat PG. *habrô
  153. avuco n. m. hawk PG. *habukaz
  154. bace n. f. brook, stream PG. *bakiz
  155. balge n. m. bellows PG. *balgiz
  156. balo n. m. ball, sphere PG. *ballaz
  157. balolo n. m. bullet dim. of balo
  158. balolsprava n. f. machine gun bololo+sprava
  159. bana n. f. road, route, way, lane PG. *banō
  160. banare v. to drive off, to ban PG. *bannaną
  161. bance n. m. bench, bank (finance) PG. *bankiz
  162. barco n. m. bark (of a tree) PG. *barkuz u-stem
  163. barso n. m. perch (fish) PG. *barsaz
  164. barto n. m. beard PG. *bardaz
  165. bevro n. m. beaver PG. *bebruz u-stem
  166. bedi det. both PG. *bai-
  167. bedio n. m. bed PG. *badją
  168. bela n. f. bell PG. *bellǭ
  169. beno n. m. bone PG. *bainą
  170. bere n. m. bear PG. *berô
  171. bergare v. to shelter, to save PG. *berganą p. barg-
  172. bergo n. m. mountain PG. *bergaz
  173. bia n. f. bee PG. *bijō
  174. bialo n. m. hatchet cognate w/ OHG/OS bīhal
  175. bidare v. to wait, to bide PG. *bīdaną
  176. bidere v. to bid, to request PG. *bidjaną
  177. bilidio n. m. image, likeness PG. *biliþją
  178. bindare v. to bind, to tie PG. *bindaną p. band-
  179. birca n. f. birch PG. *birkijǭ
  180. biro n. m. beer PG. *beuzą
  181. bitare v. to bite PG. *bītaną
  182. bite n. m. bite PG. *bitiz
  183. bitolo adv/det (a) bit, (a) little from bitolo w/ uno; for "a bit of", add de after
  184. bitolo n. m. bit diminutive of bite
  185. bitro adj. bitter PG. *bitraz
  186. blacfisco n. m. squid, octopus blaco + fisco
  187. blaco n. m. ink PG. *blakaz
  188. blaiare v. to flutter in the wind PG. *blēaną p. blii-
  189. blasa n. f. bladder cognate w/ OHG blāsa, MD blase
  190. blasare v. to blow PG. *blēsaną
  191. blato n. m. leaf, sheet, blade PG. *bladą
  192. blatolo n. m. ticket diminutive of blato
  193. blavo adj. blue PG. *blēwaz part. through VL blāvus
  194. bleco adj. pale, pallid, colourless PG. *blaikaz
  195. blicisne n. m. lightning cognate w/ OD blikisni, OS bliksmo
  196. blide adj. happy, glad, friendly PG. *blīþiz declines like e-stem
  197. blio n. m. lead (metal) PG. *blīwą
  198. blinto adj. blind PG. *blindaz
  199. blivare v. to beat (up) PG. *blewwaną p. bluv-
  200. bludere v. to bleed PG. *blōþijaną
  201. bluiare v. to bloom, flower, flourish PG. *blōaną
  202. blume n. m. flower PG. *blōmô
  203. bluto n. m. blood PG. *blōþą
  204. blutroto adj. blood-red PG. *blōþaraudaz
  205. bodmo n. m. bottom, ground, soil PG. *butmaz
  206. boge n. m. bow PG. *bugô
  207. bolstro n. m. cushion, pillow PG. *bulstraz
  208. bomo n. m. tree, beam (like of wood) PG. *baumaz
  209. bona n. f. bean PG. *baunō
  210. bordo n. m. board, plank, shelf PG. *burdą
  211. borgere v. to borrow PG. *burgōną
  212. bratdiro n. m. prey brate + diro
  213. brate n. m. meat, muscle PG. *brēdô
  214. brava n. f. brow, eyebrow PG. *brēwō
  215. brecare v. to break PG. *brekaną p. brac-
  216. bredo n. m. board, plank, table PG. *bredą
  217. brenere v. to burn (transitive) PG. *brannijaną
  218. brestare v. to burst, to split PG. *brestaną p. brast-
  219. brinare v. to burn, to be on fire PG. *brinnaną p. bran-
  220. bringare v. to bring PG. *bringaną
  221. brivare v. to brew PG. *brewwaną p. brov-
  222. brodo n. m. broth PG. *bruþą
  223. broto n. m. bread PG. *braudą
  224. brucare v. to use, to make use of PG. *brūkaną
  225. bucbuda n. f. bookshop buca + buda
  226. bruce n. f. pants, trousers PG. *brōks
  227. brudre n. m. brother PG. *brōþēr
  228. brune n. m. well, source PG. *brunnô
  229. brunia n. f. armour PG. *brunjō
  230. bruno adj. brown PG. *brūnaz
  231. bruste n. f. breast, chest PG. *brusts
  232. buare v. to build, to construct PG. *būaną
  233. buca n. f. beech PG. *bōkijǭ, *bōkō
  234. bucaria n. f. library buce + -aria
  235. buce n. m. book PG. *bōks
  236. buco n. m. belly, abdomen PG. *būkaz
  237. buda n. f. booth, stall, shop PG. *bōþō
  238. bugare v. to bow PG. *būganą
  239. bule n. m. bull PG. *bulô see also stiro
  240. busmo n. m. bosom, chest PG. *bōsmaz
  241. buso n. f. box, container PG. *buhsuz u-stem
  242. buta n. f. penance, fine PG. *bōtō
  243. butera n. f. butter PG. *buterǭ
  244. ca adv. how, as Lat. quam
  245. cacto n. m. cactus Lat. cactus later borrowing
  246. calfo n. m. calf PG. *kalbaz
  247. calo adj. bald PG. *kalwaz
  248. calto adj. cold PG. *kaldaz
  249. cana n. f. jug, pot, can PG. *kannǭ
  250. canale n. m. canal, channel Lat. canalis later borrowing
  251. cara n. f. grief, sorrow, concern PG. *karō
  252. cardenale n. m. cardinal Lat. cardinālis
  253. casio n. m. cheese PG. *kāsijaz
  254. catena n. f. chain Lat. catēna doublet with cetina
  255. catenbrunia n. f. mail (armour) catena + brunia
  256. ce pron. what, which Lat. quid
  257. ceflo n. m. jaw PG. *keflaz
  258. ce iomere det. whatever ce + iomere
  259. cela n. f. throat PG. *kelǭ
  260. Celo n. m. Heaven Lat. caelum in the Christian sense
  261. cenere v. to be acquainted with PG. *kannijaną
  262. cerca prep. around, near Lat. circā
  263. cercaarmere v. to embrace, to hug cerca- + armo + -ere
  264. cercastantita n. f. circumstance cerca- + stanti + ita
  265. cerere v. to turn, to sweep PG. *karzijaną
  266. cerva n. f. score, notch PG. *kerbǭ related to PG. *kurbiz
  267. cervare v. to carve, to cut PG. *kerbaną p. carv-
  268. cervdiro n. m. insect, bug cerva + diro
  269. cetina n. f. shackle, fetter Lat. catēna doublet with catena
  270. cevre n. m. beetle PG. *kebrô
  271. checiupe n. m. ketchup English loanword
  272. ci pron. who Lat. quis
  273. cicare v. to look, to watch, to peep PG. *kīkaną
  274. cice det. each, every Lat. quisque
  275. cice altro adj. every second, every other see constituent parts
  276. cime n. m. sprout, germ PG. *kīmô
  277. cinare v. to sprout PG. *kīnaną
  278. cindo n. m. child PG. *kinþą
  279. cino n. f. chin PG. *kinnuz u-stem
  280. cirsa n. f. cherry PG. *kirisjǭ
  281. cisare v. to choose, to elect PG. *keusaną p. cos-
  282. clagere v. to complain PG. *klagōną
  283. clango n. m. sound, tone related to clingare also "reputation"
  284. clapo n. m. blow, shock, bang derived from PG. *klappōną
  285. clava n. f. claw PG. *klawō
  286. cledere v. to clothe PG. *klaiþōną
  287. cleditio n. f. clothing, garment cledere + -tio
  288. cledo n. m. dress PG. *klaiþą
  289. clene adj. small, fine PG. *klainiz
  290. clinga n. f. blade, edge from clingare
  291. clingare v. to sound PG. *klinganą p. clang-
  292. clivare v. to cleave, to cut PG. *kleubaną p. clov-
  293. clovloco n. m. garlic PG. *klubô? +loco lit. "clove-leek"; see clivare
  294. co con. with Lat. cum
  295. cocere v. to cook PG. *kukōną
  296. cocorvita n. f. gourd Lat. cucurbita doublet with curvita
  297. codelere v. to communicate, inform co- + delere
  298. codencere v. remember, commemorate co- + dencere
  299. comene adj. common, mutual, general PG. *gamainiz declines like e-stem noun
  300. comenismo n. m. communism comene + -ismo
  301. comenista n. f. communist comene + -ista can also be masculine
  302. comenistico adj. communist comenista + -ico
  303. contra prep. against Lat. contrā
  304. contrario adj. contrary, opposite contra- + -ario
  305. contrasetere v. to oppose, to counter contra- + setere
  306. contraspeclere v. to reflect contra- + speclere
  307. contravardita n. f. the present contravardo + -ita
  308. contravardo adj. present, current contra- + -vardo
  309. contravortere v. to answer, to respond contravorto + -ere
  310. contravorto n. m. answer contra- + vorto
  311. copo n. m. crown of the head PG. *kuppaz
  312. copro n. m. copper PG. *kuprą
  313. corno n. m. grain, cereal, corn PG. *kurną
  314. cosele n. m. companion, associate PG. *gasalijô also cosela (f.)
  315. coselicismo n. m. socialism coselico + -ismo
  316. coselicista n. f. socialist coselico + -ista can also be masculine
  317. coselicistico adj. socialist coselicista + -ico
  318. coselico adj. social cosele + -ico
  319. coselita n. f. society cosele + -ita
  320. coso n. m. kiss PG. *kussaz
  321. costare v. to cost Lat. constō
  322. costere v. to taste PG. *kustōną
  323. costo n. m. cost from costare
  324. crabe n. m. crab PG. *krabbô
  325. crafte n. f. strength, power, force PG. *kraftiz
  326. craia n. f. crow PG. *krēǭ
  327. crane n. m. crane, tap, faucet PG. *kranô both bird and machine
  328. crevito n. m. crustacean PG. *krabitaz
  329. crigo n. m. war PG. *krīgaz
  330. cripare v. to creep PG. *kreupaną p. crop-
  331. cripdiro v. reptile cripare + diro
  332. cristianita n. f. Christianity Lat. Christiānitās
  333. cristiano adj. Christian Lat. Christiānus
  334. Cristmesa n. f. Christmas Cristo + mesa
  335. Cristo n. m. Christ Lat. Christus
  336. crocefiso n. m. crucifix Lat. crucefixus
  337. crocodilo n. m. crocodile Lat. crocodīlus
  338. crose n. f. cross Lat. crux
  339. crupilo n. m. cripple PG. *krupilaz
  340. cucina n. f. kitchen PWG. *kukinā
  341. cuco n. m. cuckoo onomatopœic u-stem
  342. cue n. f. cow PG. *kūz
  343. culo adj. cool PG. *kōlaz
  344. cumare v. to come PG. *kwemaną also as in "come to be", p. cam-
  345. cume adv. barely, hardly PG. *kūma-
  346. cunare v. to be able to, can PG. *kunnaną
  347. cunio n. m. family, kin PG. *kunją
  348. cunste n. f. art PG. *kunstiz
  349. curdrere v. to bait curdro + -ere
  350. curdro n. m. bait OHG. querdar
  351. cure n. f. choice PG. *kuziz
  352. curto adj. short PG. *kurtaz
  353. curvita n. f. pumpkin Lat. cucurbita doublet with cocorvita
  354. cusere v. to kiss PG. *kussijaną
  355. cusino n. m. cushion, Old French cussin uncommon except in compounds
  356. cvala n. f. torment, agony PG. *kwalō
  357. daco n. m. roof PG. *þaką
  358. dagico adj. daily, diurnal dago + -ico
  359. dago n. m. day PG. *dagaz
  360. dalo n. m. valley, dale PG. *dalą
  361. dancere v. to thank PG. *þankōną
  362. danco n. m. gratitude, thanks PG. *þankaz plural for the interjection
  363. darmo n. m. intestine PG. *þarmaz
  364. daso n. m. badger PG. *þahsuz u-stem
  365. dava n. f. jackdaw PG. *dēhǭ
  366. de pr. of, from Lat. dē
  367. deangere v. to depend (on) de- + angere
  368. deangicita n. f. dependence deangico + -ita
  369. deangico adj. dependent deangere + -ico
  370. dece n. f. blanket, cover from decere
  371. decembre n. m. December Lat. december
  372. decere v. to thatch, to cover PG. *þakjaną
  373. defalare v. to fall off de- + falare p. defil-
  374. defalo n. m. waste, rubbish from defalare
  375. deftico adj. suitable, presentable PG. *daftuz
  376. dele n. m. part, share, portion, deal PG. *dailiz
  377. delere v. to divide, to share PG. *dailijaną
  378. delinere v. to decline, to reject de + linere
  379. delvare v. to dig, to excavate PG. *delbaną p. dalv-
  380. demone n. m. demon Lat. daemōn
  381. dempere v. to dampen, to mute PG. *dampijaną
  382. dencere v. to think PG. *þankijaną
  383. denemanti adj. decreasing, waning gerund of denemare
  384. denemare v. to decrease, diminish PG. *abanemaną p. denam-
  385. Deo n. m. God Lat. Deus alt. to w/ Goto
  386. desbrecare v. to break apart, break down PG. twizbrekaną p. desbrac-
  387. desdecere v. to discover des- + decere
  388. deslucere v. to fail des- + lucere
  389. desslare v. to smash, to shatter des- + slare p. desslug-
  390. desulere v. to unveil, to uncover des- + ulere
  391. detala n. f. fee, charge, toll de- + tala
  392. detro adv. back, behind Lat. dē + retrō
  393. diavlo n. m. devil Lat. diabolus
  394. didere v. to point out, to interpret PG. *þiudijaną
  395. diio n. m. thigh PG. *þeuhą
  396. diro n. m. animal, beast PG. *deuzą
  397. dipo adj. deep PG. *deupaz
  398. disco n. m. plate, dish PG. *diskuz u-stem
  399. ditare v. to compose (poetry) Lat. dictō
  400. ditatore n. m. poet ditare + -tore also ditatrice (f.)
  401. ditcunste n. f. poetry ditare + cunste
  402. dito n. m. poem from ditare
  403. doctor n. m/f. doctor Lat. doctor later borrowing; title
  404. dodere v. to kill PG. *daudijaną
  405. dodo n. m. death PG. *dauþuz u-stem
  406. dodovito n. m. skull (symbol of death) dodo + ovito
  407. dofo adj. deaf PG. *daubaz
  408. dolitico adj. crepuscular dolito + -ico
  409. dolito n. m. twilight do + lito
  410. domenico n. m. Sunday Lat. (diēs) Dominica
  411. Domeno n. m. Lord (Christian) Lat. Dominus oft. w/ def. art.
  412. donarsdago n. m. Thursday PG. *Þunras dagaz
  413. donro n. m. thunder PG. *þunraz
  414. dosena n. f. dozen Fr. douzaine later borrowing
  415. dosere v. to doze, to nap PG. *dusēną
  416. doto adj. dead PG. *daudaz
  417. dotre n. f. daughter PG. *duhtēr
  418. drace n. m. dragon PG. *drakô
  419. dragare v. to draw, to pull PG. *draganą p. drug-
  420. dragilo n. m. slave PG. *þragilaz
  421. draiere v. to turn, to rotate PG. *þrēaną
  422. drato n. m. thread, wire PG. *þrēduz u-stem
  423. drincare v. to drink PG. *drinkaną p. dranc-
  424. dringare v. to press, to push, to force PG. *þrinhwaną p. drang-
  425. drivare v. to compel to go, to drive PG. *drībaną
  426. drivo n. m. drive from drivare
  427. drivverco n. m. engine, motor drivo + verco
  428. droge adj. dry PG. *draugiz declines like e-stem
  429. dromere v. to dream PG. *draumijaną
  430. dromo n. m. dream PG. *draumaz
  431. drosca n. f. thrush PG. *þrastuz, *þrustlō
  432. drucere v. to press, to print PG. *þrukjaną also "to hug"
  433. druncano adj. drunk, drunken PG. *drunkanaz
  434. drunce n. m. drink, draught PG. *drunkiz
  435. duco n. m. cloth, a cloth PG. *dōkaz
  436. duere v. to do PG. *dōną p. eo davi, tu davis, etc.
  437. dulte n. f. patience PG. *þuldiz
  438. dultere v. to endure, to tolerate PG. *þulijaną under influence of dulte
  439. dultico adj. patient dulte + -ico
  440. dume n. m. thumb PG. *þūmô
  441. dumbo adj. dumb, stupid PG. *dumbaz
  442. duncalita n. f. dark, darkness duncalo + -ita
  443. duncalo adj. dark PG. *dunkalaz
  444. durare v. to dare, to venture PG. *durzaną
  445. duro adj. dry, parched PG. *þursuz declines like u-stem
  446. durstico adj. thirsty dursto + -ico
  447. dursto n. m. thirst PG. *þurstuz u-stem
  448. durvare v. to need, to require PG. *þurbaną
  449. duva n. f. dove, pigeon PG. *dūbǭ
  450. e con. and Lat. et
  451. ecdago adv. today eco + dago
  452. ece n. f. oak PG. *aiks
  453. eclesia n. f. church Lat. ecclēsia
  454. ecorne n. m. squirrel PG. *aikwernô
  455. eftere v. to stitch, to embroider OHG. heften
  456. ega n. f. corner, edge PG. agjō
  457. eganita n. f. property egano + -ita
  458. eganardico adj. peculiar, eccentric egano + arde + -ico
  459. egano adj. own PG. *aiganaz
  460. egare v. to possess, to own PG. *aiganą
  461. egela n. f. leech PG. *egalō
  462. egidesa n. f. lizard PG. *agiþahsijǭ
  463. eie n. m. egg PG. *ajją from WG consonant stem variant *ajjaz
  464. Ela n. f. hell, underworld PG. *haljō capitalised for disambig.
  465. ela n. f. heel (of the foot) PG. *hanhilaz
  466. elagere v. to hallow, to sanctify PG. *hailagōną
  467. elago adj. holy, sacred PG. *hailagaz
  468. elando n. m. island PG. *awjōlandą
  469. elare v. to hide, to conceal PG. *helaną refl. for intr. p. al-
  470. elco n. m. elk PG. *elhaz, *algiz
  471. ele adj. bright, light, clear PG. *halliz
  472. elere v. to heal (ergative) PG. *hailijaną
  473. elido n. m. hero PG. *haliþaz also f. elida
  474. elinboge n. m. elbow PG. *alinabugô
  475. elmo n. m. helmet, helm PG. *helmaz
  476. elpa n. f. help, aid, assistance PG. *helpō
  477. elpando n. m. elephant PG. *elpanduz u-stem
  478. elpare v. to help, to aid PG. *helpaną p. alp-
  479. embrestare v. to implode en- + brestare p. embrast-
  480. embrestatio n. f. implosion embrestare + -tio
  481. embilidere v. to delude en- + bilidio + -ere esp. w/ grandeur
  482. embilideto adj. arrogant, pretentious ptcp. of embilidere esp. when baseless
  483. emetere v. to house, to bring home PG. *haimatjaną
  484. emidio n. m. shirt PG. *hamiþiją
  485. emo n. m. home, hamlet PG. *haimaz
  486. en pr. in, into, on Lat. in
  487. encumare v. to arrive, to depend on en- + cumare latter w/ en, p. encam-
  488. endere v. to end, to finish PG. *andijōną
  489. endicie adv. at last, finally adv. of endico
  490. endico adj. finite, limited endio + -ico
  491. endidere v. to imply, to insinuate en- + didere
  492. endiditio n. f. implication, insinuation endidere + -tio
  493. endio n. m. end PG. *andijaz
  494. endragare v. to enter, to record en- + dragare p. endrug-
  495. endrago n. m. entry (in a record) from endragare
  496. enduere v. to turn on, to don en- + duere
  497. enede n. f. duck PG. *anudz
  498. enfrisare v. to freeze (transitive) en- + frisare p. enfros-
  499. engilo n. m. angel PG. *angiluz u-stem
  500. engisto n. m. stallion PG. *hangistaz
  501. engo adj. narrow, tight PG. *anguz declines like u-stem noun
  502. enrupare v. to call (by phone, upon) en- + rupare p. enrip-
  503. enrupo n. m. (phone) call from enrupare
  504. enstecare v. to light, set fire, infect en- + stecare p. enstac-
  505. entecnere v. to write down, to note en- + tecnere
  506. entecnitio v. note entecnere + -tio
  507. enterse adv. to each other, together Lat. inter se
  508. entreverpare v. to interject entre- + verpare
  509. entreverpatio n. f. interjection entreverpare + -tio
  510. envego adj. away, gone en + vego
  511. envendere v. to apply en- + vendere
  512. envenditio n. f. appplication envendere + -tio
  513. era n. f. honour, respect, glory PG. *aizō
  514. erda n. f. earth, soil, ground PG. *erþō capitalised for planet
  515. erdaplo n. m. potato erda + aplo
  516. ere n. m. metal, ore PG. *aiz
  517. erfurtita n. f. awe era + furtita
  518. erio n. m. army PG. *harjaz
  519. ernusto n. m. gravity, seriousness PG. *ernustuz u-stem
  520. ernusto adj. serious, earnest from ernusto
  521. ero n. m. lord, master, Mr. PG. *hairaz
  522. erte n. m. heart PG. *hertô
  523. ertslage n. m. heartbeat erte + slage
  524. ertsmerto n. m. heartache erte + smerto
  525. erve n. m. heir PG. *arbijô
  526. ervio n. m. heritage, inheritance PG. *arbiją
  527. ervisto n. m. autumn, fall PG. *harbistaz
  528. esbrestare v. to explode es- + brestare p. esbrast-
  529. esbrestatio n. f. explosion esbrestare + -tio
  530. escicare v. to look out es- + cicare
  531. esde adv. out from Lat. dēex
  532. esgava n. f. edition, output es- + gava
  533. esilo n. m. donkey PG. *asiluz u-stem
  534. esmacere v. to matter es- + macere
  535. estiare v. to take off, to pull out es- + tiare p. estog-
  536. esspraca n. f. phrase from essprecare
  537. essprecare v. to pronounce, to utter es- + sprecare p. essprac-
  538. estre adv. outside Lat. exter
  539. esulere v. to unwrap es- + ulere
  540. eta con. so Lat. ita
  541. etare v. to eat PG. *etaną p. at-
  542. etere v. to pursue, to chase PG. *hatjaną
  543. etia adv. too, also, as well Lat. etiam
  544. etmuto n. m. mania eto + muto
  545. eto adj. hot PG. *haitaz
  546. etro n. m. poison, venom PG. *aitrą
  547. evanita n. f. plain, plane evno + -ita
  548. evere v. to lift, to raise, to heave PG. *habjaną p. uv-
  549. evno adj. even, level PG. ebnaz
  550. facla n. f. torch Lat. facula
  551. fada n. f. paternal aunt PG. *faþō
  552. fadre n. m. father PG. *fadēr
  553. fagro adj. beautiful, fair PG. *fagraz
  554. falare v. to fall PG. *fallaną p. fil-
  555. falbialo n. m. guillotine falare + bialo
  556. falcone n. m. falcon PG. *falkô through Lat. falcō
  557. faldare v. to fold PG. *falþaną
  558. faldistulo n. m. folding chair PG. *faldistōlaz
  559. fane n. m. flag PG. *fanô
  560. fange n. m. cature, plunder, booty PG. *fangiz
  561. fara n. f. danger PG. *fērō
  562. farare v. to fare, to go (by vehicle) PG. *faraną
  563. farblatolo n. m. transportation ticket farare + blatolo
  564. farde n. f. journey, trip, ride PG. *fardiz
  565. fare v. to sieze, to capture PG. *fanhaną
  566. fartigo n. m. vehicle farare + tigo
  567. farva n. f. colour PG. *farwō
  568. fato n. m. vessel, container PG. *fatą
  569. februario n. m. February Lat. februārius
  570. federe n. m. paternal uncle PG. *fadurjô
  571. fedra n. f. feather PG. *feþrō
  572. feldo n. m. field PG. *felþą
  573. feliso n. m. rock, cliff PG. *falisaz
  574. fenio n. m. fen, marsh, swamp PG. *fanją
  575. fera n. f. ferry PG. *farjǭ
  576. fere adj. far, distant PG. *ferrai from WG variant *ferrô
  577. ferere v. to take somewhere, to carry PG. *farjaną
  578. feria n. f. holiday Lat. fēria doublet with fira
  579. feriare v. to observe a holiday Lat. fērior doublet with firere
  580. ferior adv. further, on comparative of fere
  581. feriorgare v. to move on feriore + gare
  582. fetare v. to fight (intransitive) PG. *fehtaną p. fot-
  583. feto adj. fat PG. *fatidaz
  584. feto n. m. fat from feto
  585. feto n. m. fight, battle from fetare
  586. fiande n. m. enemy PG. *fijandz can also be feminine
  587. fiandico adj. hostile, enemy fiande + -ico
  588. fidula n. f. fiddle, violin cognate w/ OE fiþele, OHG fidula
  589. fifaltra n. f. butterfly PG. *fifaldǭ
  590. fiiismo n. m. capitalism fio + -ismo
  591. fiiista n. f. capitalist fio + -ista can also be masculine
  592. fiiistico adj. capitalist fiiista + -ico
  593. fillitie adv. maybe, perhaps from filo + lito
  594. filo adj. much, a lot PG. *felu declines like u-stem
  595. fince n. m. finch PG. *finkô, *finkiz
  596. findare v. to find PG. *finþaną p. fand-
  597. fingro n. m. finger PG. *fingraz
  598. fio n. m. cattle, property PG. *fehu also "capital"
  599. fira n. f. celebration, party Lat. fēria doublet with feria
  600. firere v. to celebrate Lat. fērior doublet with feriare
  601. firico adj. festive fira + -ico
  602. fiscace n. m. fishhook fisco + ace
  603. fiscario n. m. fisher, fisherman PG. *fiskārijaz also fiscaria (f)
  604. fiscere v. to fish PG. *fiskōną
  605. fisco n. m. fish PG. *fiskaz
  606. flaco adj. flat PG. *flakaz
  607. flesco n. m. flesh, meat PG. *flaiską
  608. fliiare v. to flee PG. *fleuhaną p. flov-
  609. fliga n. f. fly PG. *fleugǭ
  610. fligare v. to fly PG. *fleuganą p. flog-
  611. flo n. m. flea PG. *flauhaz
  612. fluge n. m. flight, flying PG. *flugiz
  613. flugilmuse n. f. bat (animal) flugilo + muse
  614. flugilo n. m. wing PG. *flugilaz
  615. flugtigo n. m. aeroplane fluge + tigo
  616. fluiare v. to flow PG. *flōaną p. flii-
  617. fluro n. m. floor PG. *flōraz
  618. flute n. f. flight PG. *fluhtiz from both "fly" and "flee"
  619. foglo n. m. bird PG. *fuglaz
  620. folcicismo n. m. nationalism folcico + -ismo
  621. folcicista n. f. nationalist folcico + -ista can also be masculine
  622. folcicistico adj. nationalist folcicista + -ico
  623. folcico adj. national, ethnic folco + -ico
  624. folco n. m. folk, people, nation PG. *fulką
  625. folcvaldo n. m. democracy folco + valdo
  626. folga n. f. sequence, order OHG folga
  627. folgere v. to follow PG. *fulgijaną
  628. forde adv. forth, forward, on PG. *furþa
  629. fordsetere v. to continue forde + setere
  630. fordsetitio n. f. continuation fordsetere + tio
  631. forma n. f. form (grammar) Lat. forma
  632. forscere v. to research, to examine PG. *furskōną
  633. fraga n. f. question cognate w/ OHG. fraga, MD. vrage
  634. fragere v. to ask, to inquire PG. *frēgōną
  635. fremere v. to accomplish, to complete PG. *framjaną
  636. fremide adj. foreign, strange, weird PG. *framaþiz declines like e-stem noun
  637. friadago n. m. Friday PG. *Frijjōz dagaz
  638. frido n. m. peace, sanctuary PG. *friþuz u-stem, see also VL. fridū
  639. friiere v. to be a couple PG. *frijōną imperfect stem frig-
  640. friiita n. f. freedom, liberty friio + -ita
  641. friio adj. free, unrestricted PG. *frijaz
  642. frinde n. m. friend PG. *frijōndz can also be feminine
  643. frindico adj. friendly frinde + -ico
  644. frindola n. f. girlfriend, lover f. dim. of frinde see also liva
  645. frindolo n. m. boyfriend, lover m. dim. of frinde see also livo
  646. frisare v. to freeze PG. *freusaną p. fros-
  647. friste n. m. term, period, deadline PG. *fristiz
  648. frovo adj. cheerful, merry PG. *frawaz
  649. frosco n. m. frog PG. *fruskaz
  650. frosto n. m. frost PG. *frustaz
  651. frovida n. f. joy, happiness PG. *frawiþō
  652. frume adj. devout, pious PG. *frumô
  653. fruta n. f. fruit (botanical) Lat. frūctus
  654. fruva n. f. woman, wife, Mrs. PG. *frawjǭ
  655. fugere v. to join together PG. *fōgijaną
  656. fugvorto n. m. conjunction fugere + vorto
  657. fuire n. m. fire PG. *fōr
  658. fule n. m. feeling from fulere
  659. fulendere v. to complete, to consummate fulo + endere
  660. fulentitio n. f. completion, consummation fulendere + -tio
  661. fulere v. to feel PG. *fōlijaną touch and emotion
  662. fulere v. to fill, to make full PG. *fullijaną
  663. fulfremere v. to perfect fulo + fremere
  664. fulfremeto adj. perfect ptcp. of fulfremere
  665. fulmane n. m. full moon fulo + mane
  666. fulo adj. full PG. *fullaz
  667. fura n. f. fir, pine PG. *furhō
  668. furce n. m. pitchfork PG. *furkô
  669. furdo n. m. ford PG. *furduz u-stem
  670. furere v. to lead PG. *fōrijaną
  671. furtere v. to fear, to be afraid PG. *furhtijaną
  672. furtita n. f. fright, fear, dread furtere + -ita
  673. fuso n. m. fox PG. *fuhsaz
  674. fuste n. f. fist PG. *funstiz
  675. fute n. m. foot PG. *fōts
  676. futere v. to moisten PG. *funhtijaną
  677. futo adj. wet, damp, humid PG. *funhtijaz
  678. gaio n. m. jay Frk. *gāhi
  679. ganse n. m. goose PG. *gans
  680. ganso adj. entire, complete, whole OHG ganz
  681. gardo n. m. enclosure, yard, garden PG. *gardaz, *gardô through VL. *gardus
  682. gare v. to go PG. *gāną p. ging-
  683. garno n. m. yarn PG. *garnaz
  684. gava n. f. gift, donation PG. *gēbǭ
  685. gavale n. m. fork PG. *gabalô
  686. geldare v. to pay, yield, be worth PG. *geldaną p. gald-
  687. geldo n. m. money PG. *geldą
  688. gelo adj. yellow PG. *gelwaz
  689. gelroto adj. orange (colour) gelo + roto
  690. gerere v. to cause to ferment PG. *jazjaną
  691. gerno adj. willing, eager PG. *gernaz
  692. gero n. m. spear, pike PG. *gaizaz
  693. gesare v. to ferment PG. *jesaną p. ias-
  694. gesto n. m. spirit, ghost, mind PG. *gaistaz
  695. gestro adv. yesterday PG. *gestraz
  696. gete n. m. goat PG. *gaits
  697. gevare v. to give PG. *gebaną p. gav-
  698. girafa n. f. giraffe It. giraffa
  699. gitare v. to pour PG. *geutaną p. got-
  700. glaso n. m. glass PG. *glasą
  701. glesino adj. glass, glazen, glassy PG. *glasīnaz
  702. glude n. f. glow, ember, coal PG. *glōdiz
  703. gluiare v. glow PG. *glōaną
  704. gnio n. m. knee PG. *knewą
  705. gnodlere v. to cuddle related to PG. *knuttô
  706. gnote n. m. knot PG. *knuttô
  707. goldo n. m. gold PG. *gulþą
  708. goto n. m. god, deity PG. *gudą capitalised for God
  709. grabare v. to dig, to engrave PG. *grabaną p. grub-
  710. grafo n. m. grave PG. *grabą
  711. grafto n. m. digging, carving, pus PG. *graftuz u-stem
  712. grato n. m. ridge OHG. grāt rare
  713. gravo adj. grey PG. *grēwaz
  714. gripare v. to grab, to grasp PG. *grīpaną
  715. grisico adj. ghastly, grisly cognate w/ OE grislic
  716. groto adj. great, big PG. *grautaz
  717. grotdotre n. f. granddaughter groto + dotre
  718. grotfadre n. m. grandfather groto + fadre
  719. grotita n. f. size groto + -ita
  720. grotmudre n. f. grandmother groto + mudre
  721. grotsuno n. m. grandson groto + suno
  722. grundere v. to found from grundo
  723. grundo n. m. ground, foundation PG. *grunduz u-stem
  724. grune adj. green PG. *grōniz declines like e-stem noun
  725. grutere v. to greet PG. *grōtijaną
  726. gruva n. f. pit, quarry, ditch PG. *grōbō
  727. gurdere v. to gird PG. *gurdijaną
  728. gurdilo n. m. belt (clothing) PG. *gurdilaz
  729. guto adj. good PG. *gōdaz
  730. ia adv. now, already Lat. iam
  731. ia int. yes PG. *ja
  732. ianuario n. m. January Lat. iānuārius
  733. iaro n. m. year PG. *jērą
  734. iartite n. f. season iaro+ tite
  735. igilo n. m. hedgehog PG. *igilaz
  736. imbio n. m. swarm of bees PG. *imbijaz
  737. imilo n. m. sky, heaven PG. *himilaz
  738. immidico adj. immediate in- + mido + -ico
  739. inalicavitico adj. imbalanced in- + alicavitico
  740. invonico adj. unusual, abnormal in- + vonico
  741. Inferno n. m. Hell Lat. infernum in the Christian sense
  742. indanci prp. despite, regardless of in- + danci often with a
  743. inde n. f. doe, hind PG. *hindiz
  744. indeangicita n. f. independence indeangico + -ita
  745. indeangico adj. independent in- + deangico
  746. iniomere adv. never in- + iomere
  747. iniomermere adj. nevermore iniomere + mere
  748. inoreto adj. unheard of, outrageous in- + oreto
  749. inreto adj. wrong, immoral in- + reto
  750. inreto n. m. injustice, inequity in- + reto u-stem
  751. inritico adj. wrong, incorrect in- + ritico
  752. inruvico adj. restless in- + ruva + -ico
  753. intute n. f. immorality, indecency in- + tute
  754. intutico adj. indecent, obscene intute + -ico
  755. io adv. ever PG. *aiwaz
  756. iomere adv. always io + mere
  757. iradere v. to marry from irado
  758. irado n. m. marriage PG. *hīwarēdaz
  759. irnio n. m. brain PG. *hurzniją
  760. iruto n. m. deer, hart, stag PG. *herutaz
  761. isarno n. m. iron PG. *īsarną
  762. iso n. m. ice PG. *īsą
  763. iungo adj. young PG. *jungaz
  764. iulio n. m. July Lat. iūlius
  765. iunio n. m. June Lat. iūnius
  766. ivo n. m. yew PG. *īhwaz
  767. laca n. f. pool, pond PG. *lakō
  768. lacere v. to laugh PG. *hlahjaną, *hlakkōną
  769. lacio n. m. physician, doctor PG. *lēkijaz also fem. lacia
  770. laga n. f. layer, class PG. *lēgō
  771. lago adj. low, level PG. *lēgaz
  772. lambe n. m. lamb PG. *lambaz
  773. lanca n. f. joint (anatomy) OHG. lanca
  774. lando n. m. land, country PG. *lanþaz
  775. landico adj. rustic land + -ico
  776. langico adj. slow, drawn-out lango + -ico
  777. lango adj. long PG. *langaz
  778. lare adj. empty PG. *lēziz
  779. laso n. m. salmon PG. *lahsaz
  780. lasto n. f. load, burden, cargo PG. *hlastuz u-stem
  781. lata n. f. lath, slat PG. *lattō
  782. latare v. to let PG. *lētaną p. lit-
  783. lataro n. m. laughter PG. *hlahtraz
  784. lato adj. late PG. *lataz
  785. lecare v. to dance PG. *laikaną
  786. lece n. m. lick from lecere
  787. lecere v. to lick PG. *likkōną
  788. leco n. m. dance PG. *laikaz
  789. ledere v. to lead, to guide PG. *laidijaną
  790. legere v. to lay PG. *lagjaną transitive only
  791. legico adj. lazy legere + -ico
  792. lenere v. to lean (transitive) PG. *hlainijaną
  793. lentino n. m. spring (season) PG. *langatīnaz
  794. lepilo n. m. spoon PG. *lapilaz
  795. lerere v. to teach PG. *laizijaną
  796. lernere v. to learn PG. *liznaną
  797. lesare v. to read, to collect PG. *lesaną p. las-
  798. levo n. m. loaf PG. *hlaibaz
  799. leventi adj. alive gerund of levere does not decline for number or gender
  800. levere n. m. life from levere
  801. levere v. to live PG. libjaną
  802. levico adj. lively, animated levere + -ico
  803. liare v. to lend PG. *līhwaną
  804. lico n. m. corpse, (dead) body PG. *līką
  805. lidare v. to suffer, go through PG. *līþaną
  806. lide n. m. person, people (pl.) PG. *liudiz also feminine
  807. lido n. m. joint, member, article PG. *liþuz u-stem, also "member" as in "penis"
  808. ligare v. to lie (falsehood) PG. *leuganą p. log-
  809. ligere v. to lie (on a surface) PG. *ligjaną p. lag-
  810. linda n. f. linden PG. *lindō
  811. linere v. to lean (intransitive) PG. *hlinjaną
  812. lipe n. m. lip PG. *lipjô
  813. litfato n. m. lamp, lantern lito + fato
  814. lito n. m. light PG. *leuhtą
  815. lito adj. light, easy PG. *linhtaz
  816. liva n. f. love PG. *leubō
  817. liva n. f. sweetheart, girlfriend from livo (adj.) see also frindola
  818. livabere v. to love livo + abere more common
  819. livere v. to love PG. leubōną more solemn
  820. livo adj. dear, beloved, lovable PG. *leubaz
  821. livo n. m. sweetheart, boyfriend from livo (adj.) see also frindolo
  822. livra n. f. liver PG. *librō
  823. loco n. m. leek PG. *laukaz
  824. losere v. to listen PG. *hlusēną
  825. loslatare v. to release, to let go loso + latare
  826. loso adj. loose, lax, devoid PG. *lausaz
  827. loso n. m. lynx PG. *luhsaz
  828. loto n. m. lot, fate, fortune PG. *hlutą
  829. lovere v. to praise PG. *lubōną
  830. lovia n. f. arbour PG. *laubijō
  831. lovo n. m. foliage, paper PG. *laubą
  832. lovo n. m. praise PG. *lubą
  833. luce n. m. luck, (good) fortune Frk. *galukki
  834. lucere v. to succeed, to go right cognate w/ Du. lukken
  835. luftcusinfartigo n. m. hovercraft lufto + cusino + fartigo
  836. luftere v. to air, to ventilate PG. *luftijaną
  837. luftfolga n. f. climate lufto + folga
  838. lufto n. f. air, sky, atmosphere PG. *luftuz u-stem
  839. luge n. m. lie, falsehood PG. *lugiz
  840. lunge n. m. lung PG. *lungô
  841. luse n. m. louse PG. *lūs
  842. lusto n. m. desire, lust, pleasure PG. *lustuz u-stem
  843. luto adj. loud, sonorous PG. *hlūdaz
  844. luto n. m. sound, noise PG. *hlūdaz
  845. mace n. m. comrade, fellow, equal PG. *makô
  846. macere v. to make PG. *makōną
  847. macere el ofo v. to woo, to court see constituent parts
  848. macere slute v. to break up see constituent parts
  849. machina n. f. machine Lat. māchina nonstandard, chiefly coastal Central
  850. macico adj. easy, leisurely PG. *makaz
  851. made n. m. maggot PG. *maþô
  852. mage n. m. stomach PG. *magô
  853. maio n. m. May Lat. Maius
  854. malo n. m. meal PG. *mēlą
  855. managfaldere v. to multiply Cognate w/ OS. managfaldon, OE. manigfealdian
  856. manago adj. many PG. *managaz rare
  857. mane n. m. moon PG. *mēnô
  858. manendago n. m. Monday PG. *mēniniz dagaz
  859. mano n. m. man, husband PG. *mannaz
  860. manode n. m. month PG. *mēnōþs
  861. mansicila n. f. crescent moon mane + sicila
  862. mantelo n. m. mantle, cloak PG. *mantilaz, Lat. mantum
  863. mapoldro n. m. maple PG. *mapulaz
  864. mara n. f. mare (spirit) PG. *marǭ rare
  865. mardro n. m. marten PG. *marþraz
  866. margo n. m. marrow PG. *mazgą
  867. mario n. m. boundary, limit PG. *mēriją
  868. marme n. m. marble (stone) Lat. marmor
  869. martio n. m. March Lat. mārtius
  870. mata n. f. measure, size PG. *mētō
  871. mate n. f. might, power, strength PG. *mahtiz
  872. medo n. m. mead PG. *meduz u-stem
  873. melcare v. to milk PG. *melkaną p. malc-
  874. meldere v. to advertise, to announce PG. *melþōną
  875. melditio v. advertisement, announcement meldere + -tio
  876. menere v. to signify, to intend PG. *mainijaną
  877. menisco adj. human PG. *manniskaz
  878. menisco n. m. human, human being from menisco
  879. meo n. m. gull, seagull PG. *maiwaz
  880. mercere v. to mark, to notice PG. *markōną
  881. mere adj/adv more PG. *maizô does not decline, almost never for comparative
  882. mere n. m. lake, body of water PG. *mari
  883. meria n. f. mare PG. *marhijō
  884. mersvino n. m. porpoise PG. *mariswīną
  885. mesa n. m. titmouse PG. *maisǭ
  886. mesa n. f. mass (christianity) VL. *missa
  887. mesto adj. most PG. *maistaz also det. almost never for superlative
  888. metare v. to measure PG. *metaną p. mat-
  889. metesmo adj. same VL. *metipsimus
  890. metsaso n. m. knife PG. *matisahsą
  891. middagmalo n. m. lunch middago + malo
  892. middago n. m. mid-day, noon midio + dago
  893. midilo n. m. means, agent, medicine PG. *midlą
  894. midio n. m. middle PG. *midją
  895. mila n. f. mile PG. *mīlijō
  896. milta n. f. spleen PG. *meltǭ
  897. miluce n. f. milk PG. *meluks
  898. mimarere v. to get lost in thought PG. *mīmrōną
  899. misere v. to miss, fail, be without PG. *missijaną
  900. mita n. f. mite PG. *mītǭ
  901. mo adv. just, only Lat. modo
  902. mora n. f. carrot, parsnip PG. *murhō
  903. morganmalo n. m. breakfast morgano + malo
  904. morgano n. m. morning, tomorrow (adv) PG. *murginaz from variant *murganaz
  905. mota n. f. moth PG. *muþþǭ
  906. mudio adj. tired, weary PG. mōþaz from WG var. *mōþijaz
  907. mudre n. f. mother PG. *mōdēr
  908. mudrespraca n. f. native language mudre + spraca
  909. mudria n. f. maternal aunt PG. *mōdrijǭ
  910. muga n. f. mosquito, nematoceran PG. *mugjǭ
  911. mugare v. to be able to, may PG. *maganą
  912. muma n. f. mama, mum PG. *mōmǭ
  913. munare v. to remember PG. *munaną
  914. mundarde n. f. dialect mundo + arde
  915. mundo n. m. mouth PG. *munþaz
  916. muse n. m. mouse PG. *mūs
  917. mutare v. must, to have to, need to PG. *mōtaną aux. obl.
  918. mutere v. to meet, to encounter PG. *mōtijaną
  919. muto n. m. mood, courage PG. *mōdaz
  920. na adj. near, close, nearby PG. *nēhw does not decline
  921. nace n. m. nape of the neck PG. *hnakkô
  922. nace n. m. small boat PG. *nakwô
  923. nadra n. f. adder, viper PG. *nadrǭ
  924. nagibure n. m. neighbour PG. *nēhwagabūro also nagibura (f.)
  925. naglo n. m. nail PG. *naglaz
  926. naiare v. to sew PG. *nēaną
  927. name n. m. name, noun PG. *namô
  928. nara n. f. aid, deliverance, support PG. *nazō
  929. naste adj. next PG. *nēhwist does not decline for number or gender
  930. nastliva n. f. charity naste + liva
  931. natagala n. f. nightingale PG. *nahtagalǭ
  932. nate n. f. night PG. *nahts
  933. natico adj. nightly, nocturnal nate + -ico
  934. natmara n. f. nightmare nate + mara
  935. nava n. f. hub, nave PG. *nabō
  936. navale n. m. navel PG. *nabalô
  937. navugero n. m. auger, borer PG. *nabōgaizaz
  938. ne p/adv. no, not Lat. nē
  939. nebio n. m. beak, nose PG. *nabją
  940. nefe n. m. male cousin, nephew PG. *nefô
  941. nemare v. to take PG. *nemaną p. nam-
  942. nematie adv. too (as in "too much") from ne + mata
  943. nenere v. to name, to call PG. *namnijaną
  944. neto adj. net Lat. nitidus
  945. nifte n. f. female cousin, niece PG. *niftiz
  946. nilo nothing, no Lat. nihilum pronoun, noun, or adjective
  947. nire n. m. kidney PG. *neurô
  948. nivimane n. m. new moon nivio + mane
  949. nivio adj. new PG. *niwjaz
  950. noc adv. still, yet, even PG. *nuh, Lat. adhūc
  951. node n. f. need, emergency, distress PG. *naudiz
  952. nodicie adv. necessarily, urgently adv. form of nodico
  953. nodico adj. necessary node + -ico
  954. nordico adj. northern, northerly nordo + -ico
  955. nordo n. m. north PG. *nurþrą
  956. nordvardo adj. northward, northwards nordo + -vardo rare outside adv. form
  957. nordvardo adj. northward, northwards nordo + -vardo rare outside adv. form
  958. nosa n. f. nose PG. *nusō
  959. novembre n. m. November Lat. november
  960. nu int. no ne + uno nonstandard, chiefly northern
  961. o con. or Lat. aut
  962. obi pr. where Lat. ubī
  963. obice adv. everywhere Lat. ubīque
  964. ocmutico adj. arrogant, smug ocmuto + -ico
  965. ocmuto n. m. arrogance, conceit oco + muto
  966. oco adj. high PG. *hauhaz
  967. ode n. m. testicle PG. *huþô
  968. ofo n. m. court, yard PG. *hufą
  969. ofreto adj. humped, gibbous ptcp. of ofro + -ere
  970. ofro n. m. hump PG. *hufraz
  971. ogaplo n. m. eyeball, apple of one's eye PG. *augaaplaz
  972. oge n. m. eye PG. *augô
  973. ogo n. m. hill PG. *haugaz
  974. ogosto n. m. August Lat. augustus
  975. oldo adj. friendly, gracious PG. *hulþaz
  976. olmo n. m. elm PG. *elmaz, Lat. ulmus
  977. olto n. m. wood PG. *hultą
  978. olvendo n. m. camel PG. *ulbanduz u-stem
  979. omo n. m. maternal uncle PG. *awahaimaz
  980. one det. all, everyone Lat. omnis
  981. opa n. f. hope PG. *hupō
  982. opano adj. open PG. *upanaz
  983. opere v. to hope PG. *hupōną
  984. ordo n. m. place, point PG. *uzdaz
  985. ordrurico n. m. locomotive ordo + rurere + -ico
  986. ore n. m. ear PG. *auzô
  987. orere v. to hear, to belong PG. *hauzijaną
  988. orno n. m. horn PG. *hurną
  989. ose n. m. ox, steer PG. *uhsô
  990. ostico adj. eastern, easterly osto + -ico
  991. osto n. m. east PG. *austrą
  992. ostvardo adj. eastward, eastwards osto + -vardo rare outside adv. form
  993. otobre n. m. October Lat. octōber
  994. otro n. m. otter PG. *utraz
  995. oveto n. m. fruit (culinary) PG. *ubatją see also fruta
  996. ovitbeno n. m. skull (anatomy) ovito + beno
  997. ovito n. m. head PG. *haubudą from variant *haubidą
  998. papa n. m. pope Lat. pāpa
  999. pasere v. to fit cognate w/ MD. passen
  1000. per pr. for, through, during Lat. per
  1001. pera n. f. pear Lat. pira
  1002. perargiorere v. to worsen, to exacerbate per- + argior + -ere "argior" comparative of "argo"
  1003. perbanare v. to banish, to exile per- + banare
  1004. perbidare v. to forbid, to prohibit PG. *furibeudaną p. perbod-
  1005. perbidare v. to expect, anticipate per- + bidare
  1006. perce pr. why per- + ce
  1007. percontravorticita n. f. responsibility percontravortico + -ita
  1008. percontravortico adj. responsible per- + contravorto +ico
  1009. perdencere v. to suspect (guilt) per- + dencere
  1010. perdragare v. to endure, tolerate, bear PG. *fradraganą p. perdrug-
  1011. perdragilere v. to enslave, to addict per- + dragilo + -ere
  1012. perdragileto n. m. addict ptcp. of perdragilere
  1013. peredo n. m. horse L. Lat. paraverēdus
  1014. peretare v. to eat savagely PG. *fraetaną p. perat-
  1015. peretrere v. to poison per- + etro + -ere
  1016. perforscario n. m. explorer perforscere + -ario also perforscaria (f)
  1017. perforscere v. to explore per- + forscere
  1018. perfugere v. to conjugate per- + fugere
  1019. perfugitio n. f. conjugation perfugere + -tio
  1020. perfurere v. to seduce per- + furere
  1021. pergeldare v. to pay back, retaliate PG. *frageldaną p. pergald-
  1022. pergetare v. to forget PG. *fragetaną p. pergat-
  1023. pergevare v. to forgive, to pardon PG. *fragebaną p. pergav-
  1024. periradere v. to marry (a couple) per- + iradere refl. "to get married"
  1025. perlatare v. to leave, abandon, desert PG. *fralētaną p. perlit-
  1026. perlisare v. to lose PG. *fraleusaną p. perlos-
  1027. perlivere v. (refl.) to fall in love per- + livere
  1028. perliveto adj. in love ptcp. of perlivere
  1029. pernilere v. to destroy per- + nilo + -ere
  1030. perplitere v. to oblige per- + plite + -ere
  1031. perscinare v. to appear, to show up per- + scinare
  1032. perscivare v. to shift, to postpone per- + scivare
  1033. persicurere v. to assure, insure, reassure per- + sicuro + -ere
  1034. persitico adj. clear, transparent per- + site + -ico
  1035. persoprere v. to conquer per- + soper + -ere
  1036. perstare v. to understand PG. *frastāną p. perstud-
  1037. perstato n. m. reason, mind, intellect from perstare
  1038. perstelere v. put forth, introduce per- + stelere refl. to imagine
  1039. persteleto adj. imaginary, hypothetical ptcp. of perstelere
  1040. persteliticrafto n. m. imagination perstelitio + crafto
  1041. perstelitio n. f. idea, representation perstelere + -itio
  1042. persucere v. to try, attempt, tempt per- + sucere
  1043. persuco n. m. attempt from persucere
  1044. pertrevere n. m. trust nominalised from pertrevere
  1045. pertrevere v. to trust per- +treva + -ere
  1046. perverare v. to confuse per + verare
  1047. perveratio n. f. confusion perverare + -atio
  1048. pervustiere v. to devastate, to lay waste per- + vustio + -ere
  1049. pesco n. m. bishop Lat. episcopus
  1050. pilo n. m. arrow Lat. pīlum
  1051. plite n. f. duty, obligation PG. *plihtiz
  1052. por pr. for, before VL. *por
  1053. porabere v. to intend por - + abere
  1054. porapo adj. over, bygone, ended por + apo
  1055. porname n. m. pronoun, first name por- + name
  1056. porria n. f. priority, precedence por- + ria
  1057. porsetetitio n. f. preposition por- + setere + -tio
  1058. porsitere v. to preside por- + sitere p. porsat-
  1059. porpora adj. purple Lat. purpura does not decline for gender
  1060. posname n. m. last name, surname pos- + name
  1061. posritere v. to message, to notify pos- + ritere
  1062. posrito n. m. message, notification from posrito
  1063. potblio n. m. graphite, pencil poto + blio
  1064. poto n. m. pot, jar PG. *puttaz
  1065. precare v. to pray Lat. precor
  1066. pricildrato n. m. barbed wire pricilo + drato u-stem
  1067. pricilo n. m. prickle, barb cognate w/ En. prickle
  1068. raca n. f. revenge, vengeance PG. *wrēkō
  1069. radare v. to advise, to guess PG. *rēdaną p. rid-
  1070. ramse n. m. onion, ramson PG. *hramusô
  1071. raco n. m. wreck ult. from PG. *wrekaną
  1072. rando n. m. edge, rim, border PG. *randaz
  1073. rato n. m. advice, council PG. *rēdaz
  1074. ravno n. m. raven PG. *hrabnaz
  1075. recenere v. calculate, compute PG. *rekanōną
  1076. recenetore n. m. computer recenere + -tore
  1077. recenvilo n. m. calculator recenere + vilo
  1078. recere v. to reach PG. *raikijaną
  1079. redere v. to save, to rescue PG. *hradjaną
  1080. redro n. m. innards, guts PG. *herþrą
  1081. reganico adj. rainy regano + -ico
  1082. regano n. m. rain PG. *regnaz
  1083. reganere v. to rain PG. *reganōną
  1084. regno n. m. rain PG. *regnaz alt. form of regano
  1085. regre n. m. heron PG. *hraigrô
  1086. remo n. m. oar Lat. rēmus
  1087. rene adj. pure, clean PG. *hrainiz
  1088. reo n. m. roe PG. *raihą
  1089. resa n. f. journey, travel, trip PG. *raisō
  1090. resere v. to journey, to set out PG. *raisōną
  1091. restilo n. m. destination resa + tilo
  1092. reto adj. right, just PG. *rehtaz
  1093. reto n. m. right, privilege PG. *rehtą
  1094. reto n. m. right, justice, law PG. *rehtuz u-stem
  1095. retvisico adj. righteous, just, virtuous reto + visa + -ico
  1096. retrocere n. m. return, comeback from retrocerere
  1097. retrocerere v. to return retro- + cerere
  1098. retrovinare v. to recover, to regain retro- + vinare p. retrovan-
  1099. reverendo n. m. Reverend Lat. Reverendus
  1100. ria n. f. row, line, rank cognate w/ Du. rij, HG Reihe
  1101. ribo n. m. rib PG. *ribją
  1102. ricare v. to smell PG. *reukaną to sense and emit, p. roc-
  1103. ricio n. m. empire, state PG. *rīkiją
  1104. ride n. m. fever PG. *hriþiz
  1105. rime n. m. belt, strap PG. *reumô
  1106. rinare v. to run, to flow PG. *rinnaną p. ran-
  1107. risare v. to rise PG. *rīsaną
  1108. riso n. m. rice ult. from An. Gr. ὄρυζᾰ
  1109. ritere v. to direct, to align PG. *rihtijaną
  1110. ritico adj. right, correct ritere + -ico
  1111. riva n. f. regret, repentance, remorse PG. *hrewwō
  1112. rivare v. to grieve, feel sorrow, rue PG. *hrewwaną p. ruv-
  1113. robere v. to rob, to deprive PG. *raubōną
  1114. robo n. m. robbery, heist PG. *raubaz
  1115. roce n. m. smoke PG. *raukiz
  1116. rocere v. to smoke from roce
  1117. roco n. m. skirt PG. *rukkaz
  1118. roge n. m. rye PG. *ruggô
  1119. roro n. m. pipe, tube, duct, cane PG. *rauzą
  1120. rosa n. f. rose Lat. rosa
  1121. rosico adj. pink, rosy rosa + -ico
  1122. rosto n. m. rust PG. *rustaz
  1123. rotere v. to turn red PG. *rudjaną
  1124. roto adj. red PG. *raudaz
  1125. rudro n. m. rudder PG. *rōþrą
  1126. rugia n. f. back PG. *hrugjō
  1127. rugigrato n. m. backbone, spine rugia + grato
  1128. ruiare v. to row PG. *rōaną
  1129. rumere v. to clear, to make room PG. *rūmijaną
  1130. rumo adj. roomy, spacious PG. *rūmaz
  1131. rumo n. m. room, space, capacity PG. *rūmą
  1132. runere v. to whisper, to murmur PG. *rūnōną
  1133. rupare v. to call, to shout PG. *hrōpaną p. rip-
  1134. rurere v. to move, to stir PG. *hrōzijaną transitive
  1135. ruva n. f. calmness, repose, quiet PG. *rōwō
  1136. ruvico adj. quiet, calm ruva + -ico
  1137. sabato n. m. Saturday, Sabbath Lat. sabbatum
  1138. saca n. f. thing, matter, affair PG. *sakō
  1139. sacerdote n. m. priest Lat. sacerdōs
  1140. saco n. m. sack, bag PG. *sakkuz u-stem
  1141. saftio adj. soft, gentle PG. *samftijaz
  1142. saga n. f. story, myth, saga PG. *sagǭ
  1143. saltare v. to salt PG. *saltaną
  1144. salto adj. salty PG. *saltaz
  1145. salto n. m. salt PG. *saltą
  1146. same n. m. seed, sperm, semen PG. *sēmô
  1147. sando adj. true, real PG. *sanþaz
  1148. sane adv. soon PG. *sēna
  1149. sango n. m. singing, song PG. *sangwaz
  1150. santo n. m. saint Lat. sānctus also santa (f)
  1151. sapone n. m. soap PG. *saipǭ through Lat. sāpō
  1152. sate n. f. seed PG. *sēdiz
  1153. scado n. m. shadow, shade PG. *skadwaz
  1154. scala n. f. bowl PG. *skēlō
  1155. scama n. f. shame PG. *skamō
  1156. scapo n. m. sheep PG. *skēpą
  1157. scarpo adj. sharp PG. *skarpaz
  1158. scatere v. to estimate scato + -ere
  1159. scato n. m. treasure, darling PG. *skattaz latter esp. if diminutive
  1160. scedare v. to separate, to divorce PG. *skaiþaną transitive, p. scid-
  1161. scedato adj. separated, distinct ptcp. of scedare
  1162. scede n. f. sheath, scabbard, vagina PG. *skaiþiz
  1163. sceiare v. to happen, befall, occur PG. *skehaną p. scai-
  1164. sceiata n. f. story, history ptcp. of sceiare
  1165. scela n. f. shell PG. *skaljō
  1166. scencere v. give, gift, pour (a drink) PG. *skankijaną
  1167. scencilo n. m. leg, shank, thigh PG. *skankô, *skankilaz
  1168. scenco n. m. gift, present from scencere
  1169. scerare v. to shear, to shave PG. *skeraną p. scar-
  1170. scermetsaso n. m. razor scerare + metsaso
  1171. scermetsasolo n. m. razor blade diminutive of scermetsaso
  1172. scina n. f. shin PG. *skinō
  1173. scinare v. to shine, to seem PG. *skīnaną
  1174. scino n. m. shine, appearance from scinare
  1175. scirme n. m. screen, cover, umbrella PG. *skirmiz
  1176. scirmere v. to protect, to shield PG. *skirmijaną
  1177. sciio adj. shy, reserved PG. *skeuhaz
  1178. scilto n. m. shield PG. *skelduz u-stem
  1179. scipo n. m. ship, boat PG. *skipą
  1180. scitare v. to shoot, to fire PG. *skeutaną p. scot-
  1181. scivare v. to push, to shove PG. *skeubaną p. scov-
  1182. sco n. m. shoe PG. *skōhaz
  1183. scone adj. beautiful PG. *skauniz declines like e-stem
  1184. scoto n. m. lap, fold PG. *skautaz
  1185. scovere v. to look, to watch PG. *skawwōną
  1186. scrapere v. to scrape PG. *skrapōną
  1187. screcere v. to scare, to frighten PG. *skrikjaną
  1188. screcico adj. scary, frightful, awful screco + -ico
  1189. screco n. m. fright from screcere
  1190. scridare v. to stride, to step PG. *skrīþaną
  1191. scrivare v. to write PG. *skrībaną
  1192. scudere v. to shake, to shudder PG. *skudjaną ergative
  1193. scufla n. f. shovel PG. *skuflō
  1194. sculare v. should, ought to PG. *skulaną
  1195. sculde n. f. fault, guilt, debt PG. *skuldiz
  1196. sculdfule n. m. feeling of guilt sculde + fule
  1197. sculdre n. m. shoulder PG. *skuldrô
  1198. scurta n. f. apron PG. *skurtijǭ
  1199. scute n. m. shot, shoot PG. *skutiz
  1200. se n. m. sea, ocean PG. *saiwiz
  1201. sed con. but Lat. sed
  1202. segere v. to say PG. *sagjaną
  1203. segisna n. f. scythe PG. *sagisnō
  1204. segnare v. to bless Lat. signō
  1205. seiare v. to see PG. *sehwaną p. sai-
  1206. sela n. f. soul, life force PG. *saiwalō
  1207. selvie adv. even adv. of selvo
  1208. selvo n. m. self PG. *selbaz
  1209. semate n. f. navy se + mate
  1210. sendere v. to send, to transmit PG. *sandijaną
  1211. seneva n. f. sinew, tendon, nerve PG. *senawō sense "nerve" archaic
  1212. sepertrevere n. m. self-confidence se + pertrevere
  1213. servare v. to save (relig.) Lat. servō
  1214. setembre n. m. September Lat. september
  1215. setere v. to set, to put PG. *satjaną
  1216. sesute n. f. selfishness se + sute
  1217. sesutico adj. selfish sesute + -ico
  1218. seundo n. m. seal (animal) se + undo
  1219. siare v. to filter, to strain PG. *sīhwaną
  1220. sicila adj. sickle, crescent PG. *sikilō
  1221. sico adj. ill, sick, unwell PG. *seukaz
  1222. sicuro adj. sure, certain, secure PG. *sikuraz
  1223. sicuso n. m. hospital sico + uso
  1224. sida n. f. side PG. *sidǭ
  1225. sidare v. to boil, to seethe PG. *seuþaną p. sod-
  1226. sidicismo n. m. traditionalism sidico + -ismo
  1227. sidicista n. f. traditionalist sidico + -ista can also be masculine
  1228. sidicistico adj. traditionalist sidicista + -ico
  1229. sidico adj. customary, moral sido + -ico
  1230. sido n. m. custom, tradition PG. *siduz u-stem
  1231. sigare v. to sink, to fall PG. *sīganą
  1232. sigie n. m. victory, triumph PG. *segaz
  1233. silvro n. m. silver PG. *silubrą
  1234. sinare v. to contemplate PG. *sinnaną p. san-
  1235. sincare v. to sink PG. *sinkwaną p. sanc-
  1236. singare v. to sing PG. *singwaną p. sang-
  1237. sino n. m. sense PG. *sinnaz perception or meaning
  1238. sire v. to be PG. *wesaną, *beuną, Lat. sum highly irregular
  1239. site n. f. sight, seeing PG. *sihtiz
  1240. sitere v. to sit PG. *sitjaną p. sat-
  1241. slage n. m. beat, hit PG. *slagiz
  1242. slange n. m. snake PG. *slangô
  1243. slapare v. to sleep PG. *slēpaną p. slip-
  1244. slapo n. m. sleep PG. *slēpaz
  1245. slare v. to hit, to strike PG. *slahaną p. slug-
  1246. slingrere v. to sling cognate with Du. slingeren
  1247. slingro n. m. sling cognate with Du. slinger
  1248. slute n. m. end, ending, conclusion PG. *slutiz
  1249. smacare v. to taste (like) cognate with Du. smaken
  1250. smertare v. to hurt (intransitive) PG. *smertaną p. smart-
  1251. smerto n. m. pain, ache from smertare
  1252. smirilo n. m. merlin PG. *smirilaz
  1253. snege n. m. snail, slug PG. *sneggô
  1254. snelita n. f. speed, velocity snelo + -ita
  1255. snelo adj. quick, fast, agile PG. *snellaz
  1256. snevico adj. snowy snevo + -ico
  1257. snevo n. m. snow PG. *snaiwaz
  1258. snidare v. to cut, to carve PG. *snīþaną
  1259. snito n. m. cut, slice from snidare
  1260. snitolo n. m. sandwich diminutive of snito in this case, of bread
  1261. snivare v. to snow PG. *snīwaną
  1262. snavlo n. m. snout, muzzle, mouth PG. *snabulaz see also snuto
  1263. snutbarto n. m. moustache snuto + barto
  1264. snuto n. m. snout, muzzle PG. *snūtaz preferred term for "snout"
  1265. snuvare v. to pant, to puff PG. *snūbaną p. snov-
  1266. sobgrundico adj. underground sob- + grundo + -ico
  1267. sobgrundsporvego n m. subway, underground railway sob- + grundo + sporvego
  1268. soblacere v. to smile sob- + lacere
  1269. soblatare v. to lower sob- + latare p. soblit-
  1270. sobritere v. to teach, to school sob- + ritere
  1271. sobrito n. m. lesson from sobritere
  1272. sobscrivare v. subscribe, underwrite sob- + scrivare
  1273. sobscrivatio n. f. subscription sobscrivare + -tio
  1274. solitario adj. lonely, solitary Lat. sōlitārius
  1275. solo adj. only, alone Lat. sōlus
  1276. soper prep. over, above Lat. super
  1277. soperdrunce n. m. hangover soper- + drunce
  1278. sopersetere v. to translate soper- + setere
  1279. sopersetitio n. f. translation sopersetere + -tio
  1280. soperlevere v. to survive soper- + levere
  1281. sorga n. f. concern, worry, care PG. *surgō
  1282. sorgere v. to worry, to care PG. *surgijaną
  1283. soso adv. up, upwards Lat. *sursum
  1284. sosogevare v. to give up, surrender soso- + gevare p. sosogav-
  1285. sosorumere v. to tidy up, to clean up soso- + rumere
  1286. sosotecnere v. to record, to note down soso- + tecnere
  1287. spade n. m. spade PG. *spadô
  1288. spanare v. to strain, to stretch PG. *spannaną
  1289. spanatio n. f. tension, stress spanare + -tio
  1290. spare n. m. sparrow PG. *sparwô
  1291. speclere v. to mirror speclo + -ere
  1292. speclo n. m. mirror Lat. speculum
  1293. speco n. m. bacon, lard PG. *spiką
  1294. spelo n. m. tale, telling PG. *spellą
  1295. spene n. m. nipple PG. *spenô
  1296. spero n. m. spear, javelin PG. *speru u-stem
  1297. speto n. m. woodpecker PG. *spihtaz
  1298. spicariere v. to store, to save spicario + -ere
  1299. spicario n. m. granary, storage Lat. spīcārium
  1300. spilere v. to play PG. *spilōną
  1301. spilo n. m. game, playing PG. *spilą also "deck" (of cards)
  1302. sporo n. m. track PG. *spurą
  1303. sporvego n. m. railway sporo + vego
  1304. spraca n. f. language, speech PG. *sprēkō
  1305. spracvitita n. f. linguistics spraca + vitita
  1306. sprava n. f. spray, spurt, squirt from spravere
  1307. spravere v. to spray, to spurt PG. *sprēwijaną
  1308. sprecare v. to speak PG. *sprekaną p. sprac-
  1309. stade n. m. city, town PG. *stadiz
  1310. stalo n. m. steel PG. *stahliją
  1311. stalo n. m. stall, stable PG. *stallaz
  1312. standbilidio n. m. statue stando + bilidio
  1313. stando n. m. state, position PG. *standaz
  1314. stape n. m. step, rung PG. *stapiz
  1315. starco adj. strong PG. *starkuz declines like u-stem
  1316. stare v. to stand PG. *stāną p. stud-
  1317. staro v. starling PG. *staraz?
  1318. stecare v. to stick, to poke, to stab PG. *stikaną
  1319. stelere v. to set, to place PG. *stallijaną
  1320. steleto n. m. shape, form, figure ptcp. of stelere
  1321. stema n. f. voice PG. *stamnijō, stebnō
  1322. stemere v. to vote, to tune stema + -ere
  1323. stemitico adj. moody, temperamental stemitio + -ico
  1324. stemitio n. f. mood, tuning stemere + -tio
  1325. steno n. m. stone PG. *stainaz
  1326. stera n. f. star PG. *sternǭ
  1327. sterto n. m. tail PG. *stertaz
  1328. stervare v. to die PG. *sterbaną p. starv-
  1329. stice n. m. prick, stitch, stab PG. *stikiz
  1330. stilio adj. still, motionless, quiet PG. *stillijaz
  1331. stincare v. to stink PG. *stinkwaną p. stanc-
  1332. stirere v. to steer, to guide PG. *stiurijaną
  1333. stiro n. m. bull PG. *steuraz see also bule
  1334. stoco n. m. stock PG. *stukkaz
  1335. stolto adj. proud PG. *stultaz
  1336. stopere v. to stuff, to plug PG. *stuppōną
  1337. stopitio n. f. stuff, matter stopere + -tio
  1338. storco n. m. stork PG. *sturkaz
  1339. stotare v. to push, to bump PG. *stautaną p. stit-
  1340. straco adj. taut, stretched PG. *strakaz
  1341. strata n. f. street, road PG. *strātō
  1342. strecere v. to stretch, to straighten PG. *strakkjaną
  1343. strengio adj. strict, severe, rigid PG. *strangijaz
  1344. stridare v. to fight, to quarrel PG. *strīdaną
  1345. strido n. m. fight, conflict from stridare
  1346. stromo n. m. small river, stream PG. *straumaz also "current, electricity"
  1347. stucio n. m. piece, thing PG. *stukkiją
  1348. stulo n. m. chair PG. *stōlaz
  1349. stunda n. f. hour, point in time PG. *stundō
  1350. sturie n. m. sturgeon PG. *sturjô
  1351. sturmavero n. m. assault rifle sturmo + avero
  1352. sturmo n. m. storm PG. *sturmaz
  1353. sturtere v. to fall down, to tumble PG. *sturtijaną
  1354. sucere v. to seek, look for, search PG. *sōkijaną
  1355. sudico adj. southern, southerly sudo + -ico
  1356. sudo n. m. south PG. *sunþrą
  1357. sudvardo adj. southward, southwards sudo + -vardo rare outside adv. form
  1358. sumaro n. m. summer PG. *sumaraz
  1359. suna n. f. sun PG. *sunnǭ
  1360. sundia n. f. sin PG. *sundī, sundijō
  1361. suno n. m. son PG. *sunuz u-stem
  1362. sunscino n. m. sunshine suna + scino
  1363. sunvende n. f. solstice suna + vende
  1364. suro adj. sour, acidic PG. sūraz
  1365. suro n. m. acid PG. sūrą
  1366. surstopitio n. f. oxygen suro + stopitio
  1367. sute n. f. addiction, obsession PG. *suhtiz
  1368. suto adj. sweet, fresh (as in water) PG. *swōtuz declines like u-stem
  1369. sutolo adj. cute diminutive of suto
  1370. svaco adj. weak PG. *swakaz
  1371. svano n. m. swan PG. *swanaz
  1372. svarita n. f. difficulty, trouble svaro + -ita
  1373. svarmuto n. m. depression svaro + muto
  1374. svaro adj. heavy, grave, difficult PG. *swēraz
  1375. svarto adj. black PG. *swartaz
  1376. sverto n. m. sword PG. *swerdą
  1377. svestre n. f. sister PG. *swestēr
  1378. svevere v. to float PG. *swibjaną
  1379. svevlo n. m. sulphur PG. *sweblaz
  1380. svidie adv. very, quite, strongly PG. *swinþaz
  1381. svigere v. to stay silent, to shut up PG. *swīgijaną
  1382. svindlere v. to cheat, to swindle PG. *swindlōną
  1383. svino n. m. pig, swine PG. *swīną
  1384. ta adv. so, so much, as much Lat. tam
  1385. tala n. f. number PG. *talō
  1386. talgo n. m. tallow, suet PG. *talgaz
  1387. talgganse n. m. penguin from talgo + ganse
  1388. tante n. m. tooth PG. *tanþs
  1389. taroco n. m. tarot It. tarocco
  1390. tasca n. f. bag, pocket, pouch PG. *taskǭ
  1391. tea n. f. toe PG. *taihwǭ
  1392. tecnere v. to draw PG. *taiknijaną
  1393. tecno n. m. sign, symbol, token PG. *taikną
  1394. telere v. to count, to tell PG. *taljaną
  1395. tiare v. to pull PG. *teuhaną p. tog-
  1396. tigere v. to beget, to procreate OHG ziugen
  1397. tigo n. m. device, equipment, gear PG. *teugą
  1398. tila n. f. line (of text), row OHG zīla
  1399. tilo n. m. target, goal PG. *tilą
  1400. tino n. m. tin (metal) PG. *tiną
  1401. tisdago n. m. Tuesday PG. *Tīwas dagaz
  1402. tite n. f. time, tense (grammar) PG. *tīdiz
  1403. to adv. then Lat. tum
  1404. toncunste n. f. music tono + cunste
  1405. tono n. m. tone Lat. tonus
  1406. torno n. m. wrath, anger PG. *turnaz
  1407. tovo n. m. cord, rope, nerve, line PG. *tawwą
  1408. tovrario n. m. sorcerer tovro + -ario also tovraria (f)
  1409. tovro n. m. magic, sorcery PG. *taubrą
  1410. trano n. m. tear (in the eyes) PG. *trahnuz u-stem
  1411. trapa n. f. stairs, staircase PG. *trappō
  1412. trefare v. to hit, to encounter OHG. treffan p. traf-
  1413. tretare v. to tread, to step PG. *trudaną p. trat-
  1414. treto n. m. step, pace from tretare
  1415. trento n. m. trend, inclination PG. *trendaz also "fashion"
  1416. treva n. f. faithfulness, loyalty PG. *trewwō part. through VL trewa
  1417. trive adj. loyal, faithful, true PG. *triwwiz
  1418. trucere v. to fall short, disappoint PG. *trukkōną
  1419. trucitio n. f. disappointment trucere + -tio
  1420. tuge n. m. train, pull, draught PG. *tugiz
  1421. tunga n. f. tongue PG. *tungǭ
  1422. tuno n. m. fence, enclosure PG. *tūną
  1423. tute n. f. discipline PG. *tuhtiz
  1424. tviflo n. m. doubt PG. *twīflaz
  1425. tvinolo n. m. twin(ling), double PG. *twinaz
  1426. tvinolvorto n. m. doublet (linguistics) tvinolo + vorto
  1427. ude n. f. skin, hide PG. *hūdiz
  1428. ufo n. m. hoof PG. *hōfaz
  1429. ula n. f. owl PG. *uwwalǭ
  1430. ulere v. to cover, to wrap PG. *huljaną
  1431. unare v. to grant, to allow PG. *unnaną
  1432. unclango n. m. harmony, concord uno + clango
  1433. undia n. f. wave PG. *unþī
  1434. undo n. m. dog, hound PG. *hundaz
  1435. unfaldico adj. simple uno + faldico
  1436. unste n. f. favour PG. *undiz
  1437. upe n. m. hip PG. *hupiz
  1438. uso n. m. house PG. *hūsą
  1439. uta n. f. last part of the night PG. *unhtwǭ
  1440. uvaro n. m. shore, bank PG. *ōferaz
  1441. uvilo adj. evil PG. *ubilaz
  1442. uvilo n. m. evil from uvilo
  1443. vade n. m. calf (anatomy) PG. *waþwô
  1444. vagano n. m. car, vehicle, wagon PG. *wagnaz
  1445. vagno n. m. car, vehicle, wagon PG. *wagnaz alt. to vagano
  1446. vaiare v. to blow (wind) PG. *wēaną
  1447. vala n. f. choice, election PG. *walō
  1448. valdare v. to rule PG. *waldaną
  1449. valdo n. m. authority, power, force PG. *waldaz
  1450. valdo n. m. forest PG. *walþuz u-stem
  1451. vale n. m. wellbeing, weal PG. *walô used in toast "A vale!"
  1452. valo n. m. whale PG. *hwalaz
  1453. valsa n. f. roller, cylinder OHG walza
  1454. valvisico adj. optional vala + visa + -ico
  1455. vandrere v. to wander, to hike PG. *wandrōną
  1456. vandrestera n. f. planet vandrere + stera
  1457. vane n. f. false hope, delusion PG. *wēniz
  1458. vanere v. to falsely believe PG. *wēnijaną
  1459. vange n. m. cheek PG. *wangô
  1460. vanto n. f. wall PG. *wanduz u-stem
  1461. vapno n. m. weapon, arm PG. *wēpną
  1462. vardere v. to guard, to watch over PG. *wardāną
  1463. varita n. f. truth varo + -ita
  1464. varo adj. true PG. *wēraz
  1465. varmo adj. warm PG. *warmaz
  1466. varnere v. to warn PG. *warnōną
  1467. varnitio n. f. warning varnere + -tio
  1468. vasenti adj. waxing, growing gerund of vasere
  1469. vasere v. to grow, increase, wax PG. *wahsijaną
  1470. vata n. f. guard, watch, vigil PG. *wahtwō
  1471. vatarstopitio n. f. hydrogen vatro + stopitio
  1472. vatere v. to keep watch PG. *wahtwijaną
  1473. vatro n. m. water PG. *watōr became o-stem
  1474. ve n. m. woe, grief PG. *waiwô, *wai also annoyance if interjection
  1475. veco adj. tender, soft, weak, fragile PG. *waikwaz
  1476. vedro n. m. weather PG. *wedrą
  1477. vegaredario n. m. pioneer vego + aredo + -ario also -aria (f)
  1478. vego n. m. way, path PG. *wegaz
  1479. vende n. f. turn, change PG. *wandīniz
  1480. vendere v. to turn PG. *wandijaną
  1481. venere v. to cry, to weep PG. *wainōną
  1482. venere v. to accustom PG. *wanjaną
  1483. vera n. f. disarray, confusion PG. *werrō
  1484. verare v. to cause disarray PG. *werraną p. var-
  1485. verco n. m. work, piece, task PG. *werką
  1486. verdare v. to become, will PG. *werþaną aux. fut; cond. in pf. conj. p. vard-
  1487. verdere v. to appreciate, to value PG. *werþōną
  1488. verdo adj. worth, worthy, dear PG. *werþaz
  1489. verdo n. m. worth, value from verdo
  1490. vere n. f. defence, resistance PG. *warīniz
  1491. verere v. to ward off PG. *warjaną
  1492. vermere v. to warm PG. *warmijaną
  1493. verolte n. f world PG. *weraldiz
  1494. veroltse n. m. ocean verolte + se
  1495. verpare v. to throw PG. *werpaną p. varp-
  1496. vespa n. f. wasp PG. *wepsō infl. by Lat. vespa
  1497. vestico adj. western, westerly vesto + -ico
  1498. vesto n. m. west PG. *westrą
  1499. vestvardo adj. westward, westwards vesto + -vardo rare outside adv. form
  1500. vica n. f. week PG. *wikǭ
  1501. vidro n. m. ram PG. *weþruz u-stem
  1502. vigare v. to make war, to battle PG. *wīganą mostly poetic
  1503. vigo n. m. war, battle PG. *wīgą mostly poetic
  1504. vilantavero n. m. revolver vilo + anto + avero rare, usually antavero
  1505. vile n. m. want, will, desire PG. *wiljô
  1506. vilere v. to want PG. *wiljaną
  1507. vilgia n. f. willow PG. *wiligjǭ
  1508. vilicume adj. welcome PG. *wiljakumô interjection, does not decline
  1509. vilo n. m. wheel PG. *hwehwlą
  1510. vilo n. m. machine PG. *wīlą standard
  1511. vinare v. to fight for, to win PG. *winnaną p. van-
  1512. vino n. m. wine PG. *wīną
  1513. vintico adj. windy vinto + -ico
  1514. vinto n. m. wind PG. *windaz
  1515. vintro n. m. winter PG. *wintruz u-stem
  1516. vircere v. to work, to function PG. *wirkijaną
  1517. visita n. f. wisdom viso + -ita
  1518. visa n. f. manner, way, mode PG. *wīsō also "mood" (grammar)
  1519. visere v. to show, indicate, display PG. *wīsijaną
  1520. visita n. f. wisdom viso + -ita
  1521. visittande n. m. wisdom tooth visita + tande
  1522. viso adj. wise PG. *wīsaz
  1523. viste n. f. nature, essence, being PG. *wistiz
  1524. vistico adj. natural viste + -ico
  1525. visula n. f. weasel PG. wisulǭ
  1526. vitare n. m. knowledge from verb vitare
  1527. vitare v. to know PG. *witaną
  1528. vitio n. m. intellect, wit, humour PG. *witją
  1529. vitita n. f. science vitare + -ita
  1530. vititario n. m. scientist vitita + -ario
  1531. vito adj. white PG. *hwītaz
  1532. vodansdago n. m. Wednesday PG. *Wōdanas dagaz
  1533. volca n. f. cloud PG. *wulkō
  1534. vonere v. to dwell, to reside PG. *wunjaną
  1535. vonico adj. usual, common, normal vonere + -ico
  1536. vonitio n. f. dwelling, residence vonere + -tio
  1537. vortbuce n. m. dictionary vorto + buce
  1538. vorto n. m. word, verb PG. *wurdą
  1539. vortscato n. m. vocabulary, lexicon vorto + scato
  1540. vula n. f. wool PG. *wullō
  1541. vulfo n. m. wolf PG. *wulfaz
  1542. vulino adj. woollen PG. *wullīnaz
  1543. vuna n. f. joy, delight, delight PG. *wunjō
  1544. vunda n. f. wound PG. *wundō
  1545. vundo adj. wounded, injured, sore PG. *wundaz
  1546. vundro n. m. wonder, miracle PG. *wundrą
  1547. vunscere v. to wish PG. *wunskijaną
  1548. vurce n. f. power, energy PG. *wurkijaną
  1549. vurme n. m. worm PG. *wurmiz
  1550. vurste n. m. sausage PG. *wurstiz
  1551. vurstolo n. m. hot dog diminutive of vurste
  1552. vurta n. f. spice, root, herb PG. *wurtijō
  1553. vurtala n. f. root PG. *wrōts
  1554. vurtere v. to season, to spice vurta + -ere
  1555. vustina n. f. desert, wasteland PG. *wōstinjō
  1556. vustio adj. desolate, waste, deserted PG. *wōstijaz
  1557. vutere v. to rage vuto + -ere
  1558. vuto adj. agitated, furious, mad PG. *wōdaz
  1559. vuto n. m. anger, fury PG. *wōdaz
  1560. a- ad-, be- see a
  1561. contra- against see contra
  1562. de- off-, de- see de
  1563. des- dis- Lat. dis
  1564. en- in- see en
  1565. es- out- ex- Lat. ex
  1566. in- un- Lat. īn
  1567. per- for- see per
  1568. por- fore- see por
  1569. sob- under, below Lat. sub
  1570. soper- over, above see soper
  1571. soso- up- see soso
  1572. -aria -ery Lat. -ārius, -āria
  1573. -ario -er PG. *-ārijaz, Lat. -ārius also -aria (f.)
  1574. -faldico -fold PG. *-falþaz
  1575. -ico -ish, -ly Lat. -icus, part. PG. *-igaz
  1576. -ismo -ism Lat. -ismus
  1577. -ista -ist Lat. -ista
  1578. -ita -ity Lat. -itās
  1579. -tio -tion Lat. -tiō -atio 1st conj; -itio 2nd
  1580. -tore forms agent nouns Lat. -tor also -trice (f.)
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