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KOLUNÄN a colony (country)
KOLUNÄNACANS colonial produce, groceries
KOLUNÖN to colonize
KOMAD a coma
KOMANDÖN to recommend
KOMÄDÖN to exist
KOMBINATOR many parts
KOMIK present (in attendance)
KOMIP a fight, a struggle
KOMIPIÄLIK aggressive
KOMIPÖN (TA) to fight, to struggle (against)
KOMIPÖP an arena
KOMITETANEF a committee
KOMITO on commission
KOMÖN to be present
KOMOREIDÖN to lecture, recite, to read (in public)
KOMOTANEF a community
KOMPAD a compass
KOMPAIN a company (of soldiers)
KOMPENAN a fellow-spirit, a colleague
KOMPENÄT a (commercial) company
KOMPENÄTAN a partner (in firm)
KOMPENÖN (PÖ) to share (with), to take part (in)
KOMPLEM completion
KOMPLITIK complex, complicated
KOMPLITIKÖN to become entangled
KOMPLITüKÖN to entangle
KOMUIN (SALUDIK) communion (holy)
KOMULAN a representative
KOMULÖN to represent
KOMUNAN an average person, man in the street
KOMUNIK common, general, ordinary
KOMUNÖFIK familiar
KOMÜ in the presence of
KONAN narrator
KONDÖT behaviour, conduct
KONDÖTÖN (ÄS) to behave (as)
KONÄD a legend
KONED a novel
KONFÄKOT ready to wear (clothes)
KONFIDIK close (friend)
KONFERÖN to confer (consult together)
KONFID confidence, faith, trust
KONFIDIK confident, faithful, trustful
KONFIDÖN to have faith in, to trust
KONFIT jam
KONFITASKAL jampot
KONGRUEN a congruent (maths)
KONKER a conquest, a victory
KONKERÖN to conquer, to overrun
KONLET a collection
KONLETÖN to collect
KONOT a story, a tale
KONOTÜL an anecdote
KONÖM (the) economy, (the) household
KONÖMAV economics
KONÖMAVAN an economist
KONÖN to narrate, to tell (= a story)
KONSÄL a (piece of) advice
KONSÄLACÄM a Council Chamber
KONSÄLIDADÜP an appointment
KONSÄLIDÖN to consult
KONSÄLÖN to advise, to counsel
KONSÄLÖP a town hall
KONSÄRT a concert
KONSIENIVESTIG an examination of conscience
KONSIENÖFIK conscientious
KONSTATÖN to take note of, to notice
KONSULÖP a consulate
KONTAG (sense of) touch
KONTAGALENTÜL contact lense
KONTAGAPÜN interface (physics)
KONTAGÖN to contact, to touch
KONTROLÖN to control, to check
KONÜD a (fir) cone
KONYAK brandy
KONYUGÖN to conjugate (verbs)
KONYUN a conjunction (grammar)
KOOTIK fully cooked
KOP a body (= substance)
KOPIK physical
KOPIED a copy
KOPIEDAGITÄT copyright
KOPIEDÖN to copy
KORÄKÖN to correct, to mark (work)
KORDÜL a sinew, a tendon
KOR a choir
KORIAL coral
KORIALANISUL an atoll
KORIALAREF a coral reef
KORIAND coriander
KORNED a cornea (eye)
KORSÄT a bodice, a corset
KORUL coral (= pink)
KOS opposite (=facing)
KOSAM a contact
KOSÄD company, communication, social intercourse
* kosäd genik = sexual intercourse
KOSÄDAPÜK colloquial speech
KOSÄDÖN (KO) to associate (with), to communicate (with); to get
on/to go around (with)
KOSGOLÖN to approach, to go to meet
KOSID a livelihood
KOSIDÖN to earn one’s living
KOSIKÖN (KO) to communicate (with)
KOSLOGÖN to anticipate, to look forward to
KOSÜKÖN to put in touch with
KOT a code
KOTAVÖD a code word
KOTENIK contented, satisfied
KOTENÜKAM satisfaction
KOTENÜKÖN to satisfy
KOTIN cotton
KOTUR a quail
KOULT (the) occult
KOUP an occupation (military)
KOUPÖN to occupy (military)
KOVEN comfort
KOVENASTUL an easy chair
KOVENIK comfortable
KOVENIÄLIK convenient, opportune
KÖ where (correlative)
KÖB a comb
KÖBAMAYÄN worsted (cloth)
KÖBÖN (OKI) to comb (one's hair)
KÖDET an incision
KÖDÖN to carve
KÖG a cough
KÖGÖN to cough
KÖK a micrococcus (medical)
KÖL colour, paint
KÖLAN a (house) painter
KÖLÖN to paint
KÖLÜL a tint
KÖMÖN (LÜ) to come (to)
KÖNÄD a coin
KÖNÄDAV numismatics
KÖP a cup
KÖPET a (beer) glass
KÖRAMAN the knave of hearts (card games)
KÖRAREG the king of hearts (card games)
KÖRAVOM the queen of hearts (card games)
KÖRTEN a curtain
KÖSÖMIK common, habitual, usual
KÖSÖMOT a custom, a habit
KÖSÖMÖN (AD) to be accustomed (to), to be wont (to)
KÖSÖMÜKÖN to accustom
KÖST a cousin
KÖT a cut
KÖTAPÜN (point of) intersection
KÖTÄD a slice
KÖTÄDIL an incision
KÖTED a cutting edge
KÖTET a (surgical) operation
KÖTETAVAN a surgeon
KÖTOT a piece, a portion
KÖTÖN to cut
KÖTÜLÖN to prune (kötülön bimis = to prune trees)
KÖV an envelope
KRAB a crab
KRAL a claw
KRAN a cranium, a skull
KRASUM a colon
KRATED an abrasion, a scratch
KRATÖN to scrape, to scratch
KRAVAT a necktie
KRAXÖN to crow
KRÄKÖN to burst
KRÄN a crane
KRÄTÄD a crate
KREDÖN (MÖ) to believe (in)
KREDIDÖN to make believe, to pretend
KREF a crayfish
KREM a cream
KRET chalk
KRETÄD a crayon
KREVÄT a prawn, shrimp
KRIG a war
KRIGAGOLÄD a crusade, a (military) expedition
KRIGISTÖP a truce
* begön krigistöpi = to call for a truce
KRIGÖN (TA) to wage war (against)
KRIK a cricket
KRIKÜL a grasshopper
KRIM a crime
KRIMAN a criminal
KRIMÖF criminality
KRINUL a crinoline
KRIPÖN to creep
KRISET a hamster
KRISID a crisis
KRISTAD crystal
KRISTADAGLÄT cut glass
KRIT Christianity
KRITID Christmas
* Fatül Kritid = Father Christmas
KRITIDAZÄL (festival of) Christmas
KROD a cross
KRODAM crucifixion
KROK a crocus
KROKOD a crocodile
KROLIG a rabbit
KROMOSOM a chromosome
KRONAM a coronation
KRONIG a chronicle
(jen kronigik = chronicling)
KRONÜL a wreath
KROPIKÖN to crouch down
KROT a rattle
KROTASNEK a rattlesnake
KROTÖM a castanet
KROV a crow
KRUGALIEN a curve
KRUGIK curving, winding
KRUGIKÖN to coil, to wind
KRUÄLIK cruel, ferocious
KRUGÜL a curl
KRÜDIK raw, uncooked
KRÜSALID a chrysallis
KRÜSEN a chrysanthemum
KRÜT a criticism, a critique
KRÜTÖN to review (books)
KUBIT an elbow
KUD anxiety, worry
KUDIK anxious, worried
KUDÜKÖLO earnestly
KUELEL a ukulele
KUIN a quintal (= 100 kg)
KUKÖN to be boiling (vat kukon = the water's
KUKUK a cuckoo
KUL a course (= movement); a track
KULAN a pioneer, a trailblazer
KULIK epoch-making
KULIT a scene (theatrical)
KULIVIK cultured, educated
KULÖN to clear
KULTASALUDÜKAM ordination (to priesthood)
KULTÖN to worship
KUM a heap, a pile
KUMAM an accumulation
KUMULATOR an accumulator (electric)
KÜM a swarm
KUN a cow
KUPRIN copper
KUPRINAGAVOT a copper engraving
KUR a (royal) court
KURAAN (the) Koran
KURAD bravery, courage
KURADIK brave, courageous
KURADÜKÖN to encourage
KURAN a courtier
KURATÄL punctuality
KURATIK exact, precise
KURBIDÖM an (electric) switch
KURSÜD a course (of lessons)
KURUGIK courtly
KUSADÖN to accuse
KUSEN a cushion, a pillow
KÜ when (correlative)
KÜBÄD a cube
KÜG a cucumber
KÜID a thigh
KÜIR leather
KÜIRED a (shoe) strap
KÜKANÖG a boiled egg
KÜKÖN to boil (kükobs vati = we boil the water)
KÜL an anus
KÜMAM a swarm (of bees)
KÜMÖN to swarm
KÜNIDAN a cynic
KÜNIDIK cynical
KÜNIDIM cynicism
KÜNIK bold, cheeky
KÜNÖN to be cheeky, to dare
KÜPÄDIK remarkable
KÜPÄDIKÜN most remarkable
KÜPÄL attention
KÜPÄLIK attentive
KÜPÄLÖN to check, to make sure
KÜPÄLÜKÖN to draw attention to
KÜPEDOT an observation
KÜPEDÖN to observe, to notice, to watch
KÜPET a remark
KÜPETÖN to comment
KÜPODÖN to be caught (in the act)
KVAADUK an aqueduct
KVAD a (geometric) square
KVADIK square (shape)
KVAGÖN to croak, to quack
KVASAR a quasar
KVATÄD braid
KVÄNÖN to extinguish, to turn off
KVÄNEDÖN to efface, to obliterate, to wipe out
KVÄR an acorn
KVÄREP an oak (tree)
KVÄREPABOAD oak (wood)
KVEATOR equator
KVIL an eagle
KVIP a team
KVISINAL a chef
KVISINAN a cook
KVISINAV culinary art
KVISINÖN to cook
KVISINÖP a kitchen
KVISIT (the) Inquisition
suk oomojito okmoji o kubetz suruy ro dea
LABEDÖN to take possession of
LABIÄLIK ambitious, avaritious, covetous
LABOT a possession
LABÖN to have
LABUN an album
LABÜKÖN to make available
LABÜLÖN to assume, to occupy
LABÜREN labyrinth
LAD a heart
LADÄL disposition, feeling(s), temperament
LADÄLALIED heartbreak
LADÄLATAKED calmness, composure
LADÄLOD a frame of mind
LADÄLÖF sensitivity
LADET an address
LADETÄB an addressee
LADÖFIK cordial
LAED lattice
LAEL an alley-way, a grove
LAF a half
LAFAB an alphabet
LAFADÜP half-an-hour
LAFAPLEDEDÜP half-time (in football)
LAFIK half
LAGÖN to be hanging (pänot lagon len völ = the
picture is hanging on the wall)
LAIBINÜKÖN to keep (something) going
LAIDAREMAN a regular customer
LAIDÄL insistence, perseverence
LAIDÄLÖN (PÖ) to insist (on)
LAIDÖN to be stable
LAIDULIK constant
LAIDULIKO continually
LAIDULÖN to persist
LAIDULÜKAM perpetuation
LAIJÄFÖN to carry on, to continue
LAILIFÖN to live on, to survive
LAIN wool
LAJIMÖN to cut up
LAK a lake
LALÄF a slug
LALEG seaweed
LALEGORIK allegorical
LALGORIT an algorithm
LALIAD an alloy
LALKIMAN an alchemist
LALKOHOL alcohol
LALKOV an alcove, a recess
LALPIK alpine
LALT alto (music)
LAM a (sharp) blade
LAMERIKÄN America, the United States
LAMIRAL an admiral
LAMPAD a lamp
LAMPIUN a (Chinese) lantern
LAMPÖR an emperor
LAMPÖRÄN an empire
LAN a soul, a spirit
LANAL (the) Supreme Spirit
LANAV psychology
LANÄLIK enthusiastic
LANÄLÖN to enthuse
LANÄLÜKÖN to enthuse
LÄNEDAL a landowner
LANILEKÄL psychiatric treatment
LANIVESTIG psychiatry
LANIVESTIGAN a psychiatrist
LÄNOD landscape
LANÖFIK spiritual
LANTÄR a (decorative) lamp, a light
LANTEN an aerial, an antenna
LANUD an alder (tree)
LAOÄD an aloe (plant)
LAODIK aloud, loud
LAODIKO loudly
LAORTAD aorta
LAPELACÖDAL an appeal judge
LARABAN an arab
LARAM an alarm
LARAMÖN to raise the alarm
LARDAMEL (the) open sea
LARDIK extensive
LARGENTASTÖMEM (table) silver
LARGENTIN silver (substance)
LARIN a larynx
LARTÜG a (newspaper) article
LASÄR a lizard
LASBED asbestos
LASER a laser
LASIL an asylum (from an enemy), a shelter
LASIV lust
LASUMÖN to pick up
LASÜRABLÖV an azure blue
LATAR an altar
LATIK late, tardy
LATIKÖN to be late
LATLETIK athletic
LAUD a lark
LAUTAN an author, a writer
LAUTOT a (written) work
LAUTÖN to write (as an author)
LAVABASIN (kitchen) sink
LAVABÖVÄD a washbasin
LAVACIN a washing machine
LAVALAUK washing liquid
LAVARAN a miser
LAVARIK avaricious, mean
LAVASTITOD a laundry
LAVAT lava
LAVÄDAFLAB a face cloth
LAVOD laundry
LAVOGAN a lawyer
LAVÖN to wash
LAVÖP a laundry
LAVÜLÖN to rinse
LAY garlic
LAYET a drawer
LÄ by, with
LÄB happiness, fortune, luck
LÄBIK happy, fortunate, lucky
LÄBLIN a contribution
LÄCERIK frivolous, superficial
LÄD lady, Mrs (läd 'X' = Mrs. 'X')
LÄDÜL young lady, Miss (lädül 'X' = Miss 'X')
LÄFULÜKIK extra, supplementary
LÄGIAN a belt (supporting gun, etc)
LÄGÖN to hang (lägob pänoti len völ = I hang
the painting on the wall)
LÄKÖN to lick
LÄL garlic
LÄMBUSK an ambush
LÄMBUSKÖN to ambush
LÄMPIK clear (weather)
LÄN country, land
LÄNÄD country (as opposed to town)
LÄNED ground, terrain
LÄNEM a nickname
LÄNOD scenery
LÄO in addition
LÄOD an addition, an epithet
LÄRNAHIPUL an apprentice boy
LÄRNAN a learner, a pupil
LÄRNOD a lesson
LÄRNÖN to learn
LÄS less
LÄSDIGIDÖN to underestimate
LÄSETÖN to disappoint
LÄSIKAM a decline
LÄSIKÖN to become weaker
LÄSKIOMAN an Eskimo
LÄSÖFIK demeaning
LÄTEN brass
LÄTIK last (lätiküno = last of all)
LÄTIKNA the last time
LÄTIKO lastly
LÄÜKÖN to enclose
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