Dictionary

Verbs are included with their short and long stem. Nouns are presented in their nominative, accusative, dative, and plural form, respectively, when known.

ääfith (n.) arrival
ahi, a-, ää- (v.) to be
äisihi  (v.) to speak
äisith (n.) speech
äither (n.) ether
ajafihi, ?, ? (v.) to become
äpähi, äpä-, äppä- (v.) to come
äshli (adj.) warm
Äshlimär hello
äshlime,?, äshlimä,? (n.) warmth
Äskärdh Asgard
Äskärdhiksä, ?, ?, Äskärdhiksel (n.) asgardian
athu (n.) friend
dääth (n.) wind
dahihi, dah-, daahe- (v.) to curse
deinähi, deinä-, dennä- (v.) to burn
dihi (adv.) well
djesh (n.) door
djohi, djo-, djoo- (v.) to go
djoss (n.) pit
domohi, domo-, doomo-  (v.) to watch
eeju (adj.) quiet
erin (n.) tree
erve (n.) poison
ervesihi, ervesi-, ervesii- (v.) to poison
ether (n.) ether
geilää, geilee, φ, ? (n.) warrior
geilihi (v.) to fight
gil (n.) boat, ship
gjölf  (n.) world
gorjahi, gorja-, goorja- (v.) to die
gorjeth, -e, -a, ? (n.) death
gov, -e, -a, ? (n.) blood
gyv (adj.) big, large
Hanlju “why” (hanaskelju [ablative])
heedrä (n.) power, might
hööthihi, hööth-, hötte- (v.) to breathe
huthihi (v.) to lack
Igreljy “where” (igräskyljy [adessive], igräslyljy [inessive], igräskäljy [allative], igräskeljy [ablative])
iotsi, ?, ?, iotsil (n.) bird
itri (n.) roof
itri (n.) roof
jääridheen (n.) way of life
Jäärljy “how” (jäärärljy [instrumental])
jen (pron.) us
jöh (n.) knife
jov (n.) woman
ju (conj.) or
juli (adj.) new
käthi (adj.) good
kelihi (v.) to win
kevethidheen (n.) convergeance
kiamihi, kiam-, kimmi- (v.) to play
kir (pron.) I
koun, -e, -a, -il (n.) shore
köyf, -e (n.) air
lahi, lah-, lakka- (v.) to capture
lahif (n.) prison
lahifiksa (n.) prisoner
läin, ?, ?, -il (n.) child
lenge (n.) meat
lenger, ?, ?, -il (n.) human
lihi, li-, y- (v.) negative verb
liljahaa (n.) lover
liljahi, lilja-, liilja- (v.) to love (experiencer)
liljeth, -e, -a, ? (n.) love
livihi, livi-, liivi- (v.) to attack
Ljääl (conj.) please
lorahaa (n.) flyer
lorahi, lora-, loora- (v.) to fly
loreth, -e, -a, ? (n.) flight
luun (n.) nose
luun, -e, -a, ? (n.) nose
mänih (adj.) previous, former
mavihi, mav-, mavv- (v.) to send
moodhin (adj.) close, near
morihi, mor-, moore- (v.) to finish
motja, ? , φ, ? (n.) leg
mouhe (n.) enemy
näinä (n.) state
Näkäthish goodbye
niämi (n.) mother
nishö (n.) reflection
nol (pron.) you
nöön (pron.) you all
nyrihi (v.) to sleep
öppihi, öppi-, ? (v.) to hurt (dative subject)
ötjä (pron.) that
päsh (n.) stone
passajamanasos (adj.) prepared
pausahi, pausa-, passa- (v.) to settle
pausajamihi, pausajam-, passajam- (v.) to prepare, to make ready, to cause settle
pel (adj.) certain, sure
pohahi, poha-, pooha- (v.) to call out
pökke (n.) house
rashidheen (n.) universe
reev (n.) sun
rosihi, ros-, roos- (v.) to kill
rosith (n.) killing
Rouklju (?) who
Rouklju “who” (rouhelju [accusative], rouhalju [dative], rouhaslju [genitive—i.e. “whose”])
ruthihi, ruth-, ruuthi- (v.) to feel (experiencer)
Ruushuudhith thanks
Sääriljy “when” (sääriäskyljy [adessive], sääriäskäljy [allative], sääriäskeljy [ablative])
säli (n.) cave
shaan (adj.) white
shive (adj.) soft
taam (adj.) tight
tash, -e, -a, -el (n.) word
teitjö, teitje ,?, teitjyl (n.) song
tif (n.) thing
Tifevadhoh you’re welcome
Tiplju “what” (tifelju [accusative], tifalju [dative])
Tjäsh (conj.) no
toom (n.) weapon
tor, -e, -a, ? (n.) sword
tove, φ, tova, tovil (n.) moon
tukka, tukke, -Ø, tukkel (n.) sheep
uathahi, uatha-, utta- (v.) to remember
uli, -e, -a, -l (n.) berry
upsihi, upsi-, uupsi- (v.) to need
uuris (n.) star
vään (pron.) they
Vääth (conj.) yes
van (n.) man
vath (pron.) he/ she / it
velemefe, φ, velemefa?, ? (n.) darkness
Visiljy “how many” (visieljy [accusative], visiäljy [dative])
vörth, -e,-a, ? (n.) king
vurihi, vur-, vuur- (v.) to see
yrihi (v.) to jump
yydh (n.) wave

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