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ka [From Indo-European /kw-/.] {relative clause particle}

kakate [From Latin 'actum', extant in Spanish, English, French, et al, with initial /k-/ from Hindi /karni/.] action -- the act or process of doing something

kakate-kalane [action+communication-unit.] n. demand to perform

kakate-kanisa-se [action+shirt.] n. Hawaiian shirt -- an "active" or wild shirt, usually with many colors and a hectic design

kakate-kesinu [action+science.] n. kinetics

kakate-kune [action+{opposite}.] n. inaction -- lack or absence of action (synonymous with 'cactbez')

kakate-nuni [action+absence.] n. inactivity

kaki [Unknown origin.] performance -- an activity or system of interaction involving two or more people (e.g., a ceremony, a contest, an opera)

kaki-kesinu [performance+science.] n. drama

kaki-sili [performance+bird.] n. manakin (Piprinae)

kaku [Unknown origin.] deficit, shortfall, insufficiency -- a smaller quality or number or degree or amount than expected or appropriate

kaku-kupi [deficit+copy.] n. imitation, counterfeit, forgery -- a copy that is represented as the original

kakute [Truncation of /akarkut/, a blend of Esperanto 'akra' and Latin 'acutus', extent in English, Spanish, Italian, et al.] sharp object -- an object having a thin edge or a fine point suitable for or capable of cutting or piercing [scalar]

kakute-kaputa-tuna-nine [{sharp-object}+head+{augmentative}+fish.] n. sculpin (genus Myoxocephalus)

kakute-kasese [{sharp-object}+{abstraction}.] n. sharpness-- having a thin edge or a fine point suitable for or capable of cutting or piercing [scalar

kakute-kune [{sharp-object}+{opposite}.] n. dull object -- a broad edge or a dull point unsuitable for cutting or piercing [scalar

kakute-kune [{sharp-object}+{opposite}.] n. dull object -- an object lacking a thin edge or fine point suitable for or capable of cutting or piercing

kakute-kune-palana [{sharp-object}+{opposite}+plant.] n. cactus

kakute-kutane-kune-lepeti [{sharp-object}+front+{opposite}+reptile.] n. common iguana (Iguana)

kakute-lepeti [{sharp-object}+reptile.] n. thorny devil (Moloch)

kakute-lete [{sharp-object}+{diminutive}.] n. point -- a sharp or tapered end

kakute-lete-supaka [{sharp-object}+{diminutive}+opening+{verb}.] v. pierce

kakute-nale-sata [{sharp-object}+ocean+animal.] n. sea urchin

kakute-nane [{sharp-object}+mammal.] n. hedgehog

kakute-nasiku-nane [{sharp-object}+insect+mammal.] n. tenrec (Tenrecidae)

kakute-nine [{sharp-object}+fish.] n. porcupinefish (Diodon hystrix)

kakute-nuku-sili [{sharp-object}+mouth+bird.] n. sharpbill (Oxyruncus cristatus)

kakute-nusike [{sharp-object}+rodent.] n. porcupine

kakute-palise [{sharp-object}+digit.] n. claw, talon

kakute-palise-tata [{sharp-object}+digit+amphibian.] n. clawed toad (Xenopus)

kakute-sila [{sharp-object}+weapon.] n. axe

kakute-sila [{sharp-object}+weapon.] n. caltrops

kakute-sila [{sharp-object}+weapon.] n. dart

kakute-sila [{sharp-object}+weapon.] n. hafervuh [blade+weapon] sword -- a weapon consisting of a long metal blade with a handle

kakute-sunu-kaneke-nasiku [{sharp-object}+sound+shell+insect.] n. click beetle (family Elateridae)

kakute-tuna [{sharp-object}+{augmentative}.] n. blade -- the long flat part of a tool or weapon that typically has a cutting edge

kala [From Hindi /kala/.] art -- the products of creativity; works of art collectively

kala-kali-sise [art+word+system.] n. art language, artlang -- a language specifically invented for a work of fiction or as a personal expression of its author

kala-kesinu [art+science.] n. connoisseurism

kala-kesinu [art+science.] n. graphic arts

kala-nasini [art+vehicle.] n. concept car

Kala-natinu-se [art+nation.] proper n. France, French Republic -- a republic in western Europe; the largest country wholly in Europe

kalane [From Arabic /kalam/.] communication unit -- a collection of words, oral or written or otherwise represented, conveying a central idea

kalane-kalane-kune [communication-unit+communication-unit+{opposite}.] n. oxymoron

kalane-kasese [communication-unit+{abstraction}.] n. communication

kalane-kesinu [communication-unit+science.] n. information theory

kalane-lete [communication-unit+{diminutive}.] n. symbol -- a symbol in a communication unit, such as the dot or the dash in Morse Code

kalane-lete [communication-unit+{diminutive}.] n. thought, idea

kalane-seta [communication-unit+set.] n. record -- anything providing permanent evidence of or information about past events

kalane-tuna-kelupe [communication-unit+{augmentative}+group.] n. file, dossier -- a collection of papers containing detailed information about a particular person or subject

kalape [From Arabic /kalab/.] change, transformation -- a qualitative alteration ["become" - v.]

kalape-kali-sise [change+word+system.] n. interlingua -- an encoding of a language to represent its meaning for machine translation to another language

kalape-kisile [change+acid.] n. catalyst, accelerator -- a substance that initiates or accelerates a chemical reaction without itself being affected

kalape-kune [change+{opposite}.] n. stability -- resistance of change

kalape-kune [change+{opposite}+{verb}.] v. keep; maintain -- to make so that something stays in a certain condition

kalape-nuni [change+absence.] n. stagnation

kala-pine [art+building.] n. theatre -- a building where theatrical performances or motion-picture shows can be presented

kala-pine-nesete [art+building+site.] n. stage -- large platform on which people can stand and can be seen by an audience

kalase [From Hindi /kras/, from Latin 'crux', extant in Russian, Spanish, English, Hungarian, et al.] cross -- a shape, mark or pattern formed by the intersection of two lines

kalase-kalane [cross+communication-unit.] n. ritual Christian prayer

kalase-kaletela [cross+road.] n. crossroad, intersection, meeting point, crossway, crossing, carrefour -- a junction where one street or road crosses another

kalase-kapina [cross+card.] n. the Zener card that has the cross on the face

kalase-kasese [cross+{abstraction}.] n. intersection -- a point where lines intersect

Kalase-kesinu-se [cross+science.] proper n. Christology

kalase-kune [cross+{opposite}.] n. parallel lines

kalase-kune [cross+{opposite}.] n. two parallel lines -- two coplanar lines that have the same slope and therefore do not intersect.

kalase-lete [cross+{diminutive}.] n. crisscross, cross, mark -- marking consisting of crossing lines

kalase-nupeti [cross+marriage.] n. endogamy, intermarriage, inmarriage -- marriage within one's own tribe or group as required by custom or law

Kalase-nutu-kune-tine-se [cross+death+{opposite}+day.] proper n. Easter -- Christian celebration of the ascension of Christ

kalase-tata [cross+amphibian.] n. spring peeper (Hyla crucifer)

Kalase-tesu-sise-se [cross+god+system.] proper n. Christianity, Christian religion -- the system of Christian beliefs and practices

Kalase-tesu-sunane-se [cross+god+human.] proper n. Jesus, Jesus of Nazareth, Jesus Christ, Christ, Savior, Saviour, Good Shepherd, Redeemer -- a Jewish prophet of the first century (circa 8 BC - 29 AD) slain on a cross by the Romans; to Christians he was both God and man: the Messiah sent to save the human race from the sin it inherited through the Fall of Man

Kalase-tesu-suna-pe-se [cross+god+choice+person.] proper n. Christ

kalase-tuna [cross+{augmentative}.] n. cross -- a cross as a heraldic emblem

kala-sili [art+bird.] n. bowerbird

kala-sise [art+system.] n. culture -- the tastes in art and manners that are favoured by a social group

kala-sunu-kalane [art+sound+communication-unit.] n. poem -- a composition written in metrical feet forming rhythmical lines

kale [excrement+{adj.}.] adj. filthy, foul, nasty -- disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter

kale [From Russian /kal/.] feces, excrement -- solid excretory product

kale-kaletela [feces+road.] n. sewer

kale-kani [feces+garment.] n. diaper

kale-kasese [feces+{abstraction}.] n. filth, refuse

kale-kesinu [feces+science.] n. scatology

kale-kune [feces+{opposite}.] n. urine

kale-lete [feces+{diminutive}.] n. dropping (excrement)

kale-liku [feces+liquid.] n. diarrhea

kale-liku-napu [feces+liquid+obscenity.] n. an insult -- calling a person 'diarrhea'

kale-nasiku [feces+insect.] n. dung beetle

kalene [From Hindi /karn/.] agent -- person who does or brings about something

kalene-kalane [agent+communication-unit.] n. notification

kalenu [From Latin 'carn-, caro', "flesh", extant in Spanish and English.] flesh -- the soft tissue of the body of a vertebrate: mainly muscle tissue and fat

kalenu-kalane [flesh+communication-unit.] n. polygraph?

kalenu-kasese [flesh+{abstraction}.] n. flesh -- the physical body in contrast to the soul or spirit

kalenu-kesinu [flesh+science.] n. dermatology

kalenu-kunane-kune-pe [flesh+eating+{opposite}+person.] n. vegetarian -- a person who abstains from eating meat (c.f. pantcompanjper)

kalenu-kune [flesh+{opposite}.] n. spirit -- the vital principle or animating force within living things

kalenu-lete [flesh+{diminutive}.] n. flab -- loose or flaccid body fat

kalenu-lipe [flesh+liberty.] n. promiscuity, promiscuousness, sleeping around -- indulging in promiscuous (casual and indiscriminate) sexual relations

kalenu-nape [flesh+parent.] n. biological parent

kalenu-nasini [flesh+vehicle.] n. the host organism of a parasite

kalenu-tuna [flesh+{augmentative}.] n. muscle, muscular tissue -- animal tissue consisting predominantly of contractile cells

kale-palate-lete-sili [feces+part+{diminutive}+bird.] n. thrush

kale-panupu [feces+bamboo.] n. punji stick -- sharpened bamboo stake concealed in high grass or deep mud to wound enemies and typically coated with excrement to infect the feet of victims

kalepe [From French 'carbone', extant in Arabic, Hindi, English, Spanish, Italian, Esperanto, Novial.] carbon, C -- an abundant nonmetallic tetravalent element occurring in three allotrophic forms (amorphous, graphite and diamond) that occur in all organic compounds

kalepe-kasese [carbon+{abstraction}.] n. carbon-based life

kalepe-kesinu [carbon+science.] n. organic chemistry

kalepe-kiki [carbon+measure.] n. carbon dating

kalepe-kisile [carbon+acid.] n. carbolic acid -- H2CO3

kalepe-kusulu [carbon+alcohol.] n. alkanol

kalepe-lalu [carbon+iron.] n. steel -- an alloy of iron, carbon and manganese

kalepe-lete [carbon+{diminutive}.] n. graphite -- soft allotrope of carbon with a metallic luster and a greasy feel, used in lead pencils, lubricants, paints, coatings and more

kalepe-liku [carbon+liquid.] n. soft drink, pop, soda, tonic, cold drink -- a nonalcoholic, flavored, carbonated beverage

kalepe-luna [carbon+moon.] n. lunar meteorite -- stony or metallic object that is the remains of a meteoroid that was expelled from the Moon in a crater impact and that has reached the earth's surface

kalepe-nasini [carbon+vehicle.] n. coal car -- the car behind a steam locomotive carrying the coal used as fuel

kalepe-nuni [carbon+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. inorganic

kalepe-pata [carbon+water.] n. carbonated water, club soda, seltzer -- effervescent water, charged under pressure with purified carbon dioxide gas, usually containing salts and used as a beverage or mixer

kalepe-satisi-kusulu [carbon+satisfaction+alcohol.] n. alkanol

kalepe-satisi-kusulu-lete [carbon+satisfaction+alcohol+{diminutive}.] n. alkanal

kalepe-satisi-pitaku-kune [carbon+satisfaction+separation+{opposite}.] n. alkane -- saturated hydrocarbon

kalepe-satisi-pitaku-kune [carbon+satisfaction+separation+{opposite}.] n. saturated acyclic hydrocarbons (branched or unbranched)

kalepe-tu-lupete [carbon+two+air.] n. carbon dioxide, CO2

kalepe-tuna [carbon+{augmentative}.] n. diamond, adamant -- very hard native crystalline carbon valued as a gem

kale-sasute [feces+container.] n. chamber pot

kalese [Latin 'classis', "class of citizens", extant in Russian, Spanish, English, et al.] class, kind, type -- any number of objects or events with a common attribute

kalese-kalane [class+communication-unit.] n. a message from a member of a group to a member of

kalese-kesinu [class+science.] n. sociology

kalese-kesinu [class+science.] n. taxonomy

kalese-lete [class+{diminutive}.] n. subclass -- a class which is a subset of a larger class.

kalese-tenetele [class+tendency+{adj.}.] adj. average, ordinary -- lacking special distinction, rank, or status; commonly encountered

kalese-tuna [class+{augmentative}.] n. superclass -- a larger class which contains the smaller class as a subset.

kaletela [From Spanish 'carretera'.] road, route -- an open way generally public for travel or transportation

kaletela-kalane [road+communication-unit.] n. street sign, traffic sign

kaletela-kasese [road+{abstraction}.] n. passage in general -- something that allows some tangible or abstract things to go through

kaletela-kesinu [road+science.] n. cartography

kaletela-lanase-nasini [road+{long-object}+vehicle.] n. pickup truck

kaletela-lapati-nasi [road+washing/cleaning+machine.] n. street cleaner, street sweeper -- a customized vehicle with machinery to wash and clean streets (typically used by a municipal sanitation department)

kaletela-lapati-nike [road+washing/cleaning+professional.] n. street cleaner, street sweeper -- a worker employed to clean streets (especially one employed by a municipal sanitation department)

kaletela-nanese [road+meat.] n. road kill

kaletela-nasini [road+vehicle.] n. automobile

kaletela-nasini [road+vehicle.] n. car, auto, automobile, motorcar -- four-wheeled; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine

kaletela-nasini [road+vehicle.] n. car

kaletela-nasini-tuna [road+vehicle+{augmentative}.] n. truck, motortruck, lorry -- an automotive vehicle suitable for hauling

kaletela-pitakesulina-kelepe [road+alphabet+play.] n. the alphabet game -- a diversion played in long car trips in which multiple players attempt to find in order the 26 letters on road signs, license plates, roadside shops, etc.

kaletela-sunu-sinata [road+sound+tool.] n. street organ

kale-telule [feces+fear.] n. coprophobia

kale-tuna [feces+{augmentative}.] n. manure

kale-tupuse-tile [feces+tube+body-part.] n. intestine

kale-tupuse-tile-tulese [feces+tube+body-part+{thick-object}.] n. colon

kali [From Arabic /kalim/.] word -- a unit of language that native speakers can identify

kalike [Blend of Hindi /gal/ and Arabic /halk/, with /g-l/ in Russian /glot/ and /gorl/ and in English 'gullet' and Italian 'gola', and with initial /g-/ in Spanish 'garganta', Esperanto 'gorg^o' and Novial 'guture'.] throat, pharynx -- the passage to the stomach and lungs; in the front part of the neck below the chin and above the collarbone

kalike-kesinu [throat+science.] n. laryngology

kalike-palate [throat+part.] n. neck -- the region of the body between the shoulders and the bottom of the head

kalike-silete [throat+shield.] n. scarf

kali-kesinu [word+science.] n. lexicology [vocsistsint would be linguistics

kalike-sisi [throat+movement.] n. bobbing of the adam's apple

kali-kune [word+{opposite}.] n. subtext

kali-kune-susite [word+{opposite}+meaning.] n. deeper meaning

kali-kunune [word+communication+{noun-modifier}.] adj. explicit

kali-kupate [word+fight.] n. quarrel, wrangle, row, words, run-in, dustup -- an angry verbal dispute

kali-nasini [word+vehicle.] n. voice-controlled vehicle

kali-nune-kunune [word+negation+communication+{noun-modifier}.] adj. implicit

kali-nune-kunune-kasese [word+negation+communication+{abstraction}.] n. picture, idea, gist, as in "Got the idea?" or "Got the picture?"

kali-nusika-kalane [word+music+communication-unit.] n. song -- a piece of music accompanied by spoken words

kali-pepe [word+creation.] n. word-making -- the coining of new words

kali-pitakesulina [word+alphabet.] n. kanji -- the Japanese characters that represent an entire word

kali-seta [word+set.] n. lexicon -- the set of words in a language

kali-sili [word+bird.] n. parrot (Psittacidae)

kali-sili-nine [word+bird+fish.] n. parrotfish (family Scaridae)

kali-sise [word+system.] n. language -- a systematic means of communicating by the use of sounds or conventional symbols

kali-sise-lete [word+system+{diminutive}.] n. dialect

kali-telule [word+fear.] n. verbophobia

kali-tupa [word+pressing.] n. persuasion

kaluka [Late Latin 'calculare', "to calculate", extant in English 'calculator', Spanish 'calculador', et al.] peripheral -- an auxiliary device that works with a computer, such as a printer or scanner, or a subcomponent of a computer, such as a hard drive

kaluka-kalane [peripheral+communication-unit.] n. a message hidden in another

kaluka-kune [peripheral+{opposite}.] n. microprocessor

Kaluka-kune-se [peripheral+{opposite}.] proper n. CPU, central processing unit

kaluka-lete [peripheral+{diminutive}.] n. cable (c.f. sutcalc)

kaluka-nuni-kupute [peripheral+absence+computer.] n. iMac

kalusa [Blend of Welsh 'cara' and Latin 'ca:rus', "dear, beloved", extant in Spanish, Portuguese and Italian /caro/ and in English 'caress', 'cherish', et al; similar to Ilocano /karayo/, Breton /karout/ and Georgian /qvar/.] love -- a strong positive emotion of regard and affection

kalusa-kalane [love+communication-unit.] n. endearment

kalusa-kalusa-kune [love+love+{opposite}.] n. strong emotion

kalusa-kiki-sinata [love+measure+tool.] n. love meter -- a coin-activated amusement device that examines body temperature, pressure, etc. to determine someone's sexual potential

kalusa-kune [love+{opposite}.] n. hatred -- a feeling of dislike so strong that it demands action

kalusa-kunune [love+communication.] n. intimate conversation between lovers

kalusa-lete [love+{diminutive}.] n. fondness, liking -- a feeling of pleasure and enjoyment

kalusa-liku [love+liquid.] n. love potion -- a liquid with supposed aphrodisiacal qualities

kalusa-nine [love+fish.] n. kissing gourami

kalusa-pala [fruit+love.] n. apple -- fruit with red or yellow or green skin and sweet to tart crisp whitish flesh [Word History: from the ancient Greek legend of the divine beauty contest that initiated the capture of Helen and the subsequent war on Troy.]

kalusa-pitakesulina [love+alphabet.] n. the groupings of O's and X's attached to a letter closing to denote affection

kalusa-pusata [love+mail.] n. love letter, billet doux -- a personal letter to a loved one expressing affection

kalusa-sepe [love+pocket.] n. condom, rubber, safety, safe, prophylactic -- contraceptive device consisting of a thin rubber or latex sheath worn over the penis during intercourse

kalusa-sili [love+bird.] n. lovebird (Agapornis)

kalusa-tanu [love+injury.] n. grief, heartache, heartbreak, brokenheartedness -- intense sorrow caused by loss of a loved one (especially by death)

kalusa-telule [love+fear.] n. erotophobia

kalusa-teneta [love+debt.] n. betrothal, troth, engagement -- a mutual promise to marry

kalusa-tile [love+body-part.] n. heart -- center of love supposed to be found in the human body

Kalusa-tine-se [love+day.] proper n. Friday

kalusa-tuna [love+{augmentative}.] n. passion -- intense love and desire

kalute [Blend of Arabic /kalb/ and Hindi /kuta/, with initial /k-/ in English 'canine' and Italian 'cane'.] dog, canine -- a domesticated carnivorous mammal (Canis familiaris) related to the foxes and wolves and raised in a wide variety of breeds

kalute-kalane [dog+communication-unit.] n. barking

kalute-kapina [dog+card.] n. dog license

kalute-katuse [dog+cat.] n. hyena, hyaena -- nocturnal mammal of Africa and southern Asia that feeds chiefly on carrion [Word History: "Hyenas are in their own family (along with the aardwolf). But they're related to cats: carnivores are divided into two major groups (suborders or superfamilies), and hyenas are in the same group with cats, civets, mongooses, etc. It seemed to me that hyenas were the most dog-like of the animals in the 'cat' group (Feloidea or Feliformia)." - Herman Miller]

kalute-kesinu [dog+science.] n. cynology

kalute-kune [dog+{opposite}.] n. cat

kalute-lete [dog+{diminutive}.] n. fox

kalute-lete [dog+{diminutive}.] n. puppy -- young dog

kalute-nala [dog+disparagement.] n. cur

kalute-nasini [dog+vehicle.] n. dog cart -- a small cart pulled by dogs

kalute-nine [dog+fish.] n. dogfish (Scyliorhinus)

kalute-tata [dog+amphibian.] n. barking treefrog (Hyla gratiosa)

kalute-telule [dog+fear.] n. cynophobia

kalute-tuna [dog+{augmentative}.] n. wolf

kalute-tuna-sunu-sinata [dog+{augmentative}+sound+tool.] n. (French) horn

kane [From Chinese /kan/.] sight, vision -- the ability to see

kane [sight+{verb}.] v. S see. S see O. S see O as X.

kane-kasese [sight+{abstraction}.] n. picture

kane-katipa [sight+bar.] n. rod (as in rods and cones)

kaneke [From Latin 'cancer', "crab, constellation Cancer", (extant in English, et al), with initial /k-/ in Hindi /kand/ and Spanish 'casco'.] shell -- the material that forms the hard outer covering of many animals

kaneke-kalane [shell+communication-unit.] n. ocean sounds from a shell

kaneke-kasese [shell+{abstraction}.] n. armor -- tough more-or-less rigid protective covering, used in combat

kaneke-kasese [shell+{abstraction}.] n. outer layer -- a thin covering around an object, like the crust of bread or the earth

kaneke-kesinu [shell+science.] n. conchology

kaneke-kune [shell+{opposite}.] n. skin, tegument, cutis -- a natural protective covering of the body

kaneke-kune-palate [shell+{opposite}+part.] n. scale -- one unit of skin on the body of a fish, reptile, suit oaf rmor, etc.

kaneke-lepeti [shell+reptile.] n. turtle, tortoise -- a reptile of the order Chelonia, with an external shell.

kaneke-lete [shell+{diminutive}.] n. toenail, fingernail -- horny plate covering and protecting part of the dorsal surface of the digits

kaneke-nane [shell+mammal.] n. armadillo -- a mammal of the family Dasypodidae, with a shell-like protective covering.

kaneke-nasiku [shell+insect.] n. beetle (order Coleoptera)

kaneke-nasiku-kalape-sake [shell+insect+change+sack.] n. chrysalis -- a hard, solid form of pupa

kaneke-nasiku-natu-kune [shell+insect+adult+{opposite}.] n. grub -- the larva of a beetle

kaneke-nasini [shell+vehicle.] n. tank

kaneke-nine [shell+fish.] n. shellfish

kaneke-nuni [shell+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. shell-less

kaneke-nuni-nu-pete [shell+absence+one+foot.] n. slug -- terrestrial gastropod mollusks of the genus Limax and related genera, typically lacking a shell or having an incomplete shell

kaneke-nuni-sutale-sata [shell+absence+thread+animal.] n. slug

kaneke-nu-pete [shell+one+foot.] n. snail -- gastropod mollusks having a spirally coiled shell, broad retractile foot and distinct head, typically with eyestalks

kaneke-pata-sane [shell+water+bread.] n. pasta shells

kaneke-pulase [shell+hair.] n. horn

kaneke-pulase-lepeti [shell+hair+reptile.] n. horned lizard (Phrynosoma)

kaneke-pulase-nelike-tuna [shell+hair+deer+{augmentative}.] n. moose, a huge, large-antlered deer

kaneke-pulase-nese [shell+hair+sheep.] n. ram

kaneke-pulase-nuku-sili [shell+hair+mouth+bird.] n. hornbill (Bucerotidae)

kaneke-pulase-sili-tuna [shell+hair+bird+{augmentative}.] n. cassowary (Casuariidae)

kaneke-pusiti-nenu-nane [shell+monotreme.] n. echidna, spiny anteater, anteater -- burrowing spine-covered monotreme of Australia having a long snout and claws for hunting ants and termites

kaneke-sata [shell+animal.] n. mollusk -- invertebrate animal of the phylum Mollusca, many of which have a hard external shell of calcium carbonate.

kaneke-sata-sili [shell+animal+bird.] n. oystercatcher (Haematopus)

kane-kesinu [sight+science.] n. optics

kaneke-sunu-sinata [shell+sound+tool.] n. conch shell (as a musical instrument)

kaneke-tuna [shell+{augmentative}.] n. armor

kaneke-tuna [shell+{augmentative}.] n. hard shell -- a thick, heavy or hardened shell

kaneke-tuna-pulase-pakale [shell+{augmentative}+hair+bovine.] n. yak

kane-kune [sight+{opposite}.] n. blindness or to be blind, blinded

kane-kune-sata [sight+{opposite}+animal.] n. spirit -- any incorporeal supernatural being that can become visible or audible to human beings

kane-kunuse [sight+cone.] n. cone -- one of the conical receptors in the eye

kanela [From Late Latin 'camera', extant in English 'chamber' and 'camera (obscura)', and in Hindi /kamra/ and in Dutch, Esperanto and Novial. Initial /k-/ in Russian /komnet/.] room, chamber -- an area within a building enclosed by walls, a floor and a ceiling

kanela-kaneke-sata [room+shell+animal.] n. chambered nautilus

kanela-kasese [room+{abstraction}.] n. interior decorating

kanela-kasese [room+{abstraction}.] n. interior

kanela-kene [room+hole.] n. doorway

kanela-kesinu [room+science.] n. interior design, interior decoration

kanela-lete [room+{diminutive}.] n. closet

kanela-nasini [room+vehicle.] n. elevator

kane-lapati [sight+washing.] n. eye washing -- cleansing the eye with droplets of liquid, using an eyedropper.

kane-lete [sight+{diminutive}.] n. blurry, being blurred, grey

kane-liku [sight+liquid.] n. contact lens solution

kanelu [From Greek 'kamelos', of Semitic origin (extant in Latin, English and Spanish) and still current in Arabic /jamal/ and /gamal/, forms widely borrowed throughout Africa.] camel -- cud-chewing mammal of the genus Camelus used as a draft or saddle animal in desert regions

kanelu-kalane [camel+communication-unit.] n. animal spit/slime

kanelu-lete [camel+{diminutive}.] n. llama -- domesticated ruminant mammal (Lama glama) related to the camel, typically used as a beast of burden in South America and also raised for its wool

Kanelu-lete-natinu-se [camel+{diminutive}+nation.] proper n. Peru

kanelu-nasini [camel+vehicle.] n. camel cart -- a small cart pulled by camels

Kanelu-natinu-se [camel+nation.] proper n. Saudi Arabia

kanelu-palana [camel+plant.] n. cactus

kanelu-paneka-tile [camel+reserve+body-part.] n. hump

kanelu-tuna [camel+{augmentative}.] n. dromedary, Arabian camel -- one-humped domesticated camel (Camelus dromedarius), typically used as a beast of burden in northern Africa and western Asia

kane-nuni [sight+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. blind

kane-nuni-nine [sight+absence+fish.] n. cavefish (Amblyopsis)

kanepuse [Latin 'campus', "field", extant in Romance (Spanish, Italian, et al) and English 'campus', 'camp' (mnemonic: 'campsite').] field -- a piece of land cleared of trees

kanepuse-kanepuse-kune [field+field+{opposite}.] n. terrain

kanepuse-kasese [field+{abstraction}.] n. acre -- a unit of area (4840 square yards) used in English-speaking countries

kanepuse-kasese [field+{abstraction}.] n. field -- an academic field; a field of interest; a pursuit

kanepuse-kesinu [field+science.] n. agriculture

kanepuse-kune [field+{opposite}.] n. enemy territory

kanepuse-kune [field+{opposite}.] n. old-growth forest -- a piece of land with old trees

kanepuse-lete [field+{diminutive}.] n. yard, grounds -- the land around a house or other building

kanepuse-nasiku [field+insect.] n. field cricket (Gryllus)

kanepuse-nasini [field+vehicle.] n. all-terrain vehicle, ATV

kanepuse-nusike [field+rodent.] n. field vole (Microtus)

kanepuse-pulefe [field+dust.] n. pollen -- a fine powder produced by the anthers of seed-bearing plants; fine grains contain male gametes

kanepuse-sasila-pe-sili [field+comedy+person+bird.] n. chickadee (Parinae)

kanepuse-tuna [field+{augmentative}.] n. grassland -- large area of land where grass or grasslike vegetation grows, like a prairie or meadow

kanepuse-tuna [field+{augmentative}.] n. great outdoors

kanepuse-tuna-sili [field+{augmentative}+bird.] n. meadowlark (Sturnella)

kane-pusiti [sight+position+{noun-modifier}.] adj. in view -- arranged in the best position to be seen.

kane-senuse [sight+sense.] n. sight

kane-senuse [sight+sense+{verb}.] v. see -- to view using the eyes

kane-senuse [sight+sense+{verb}.] v. see

kanete [From Hindi /kant/, within initial /k-/ in Russian /kryuk/.] fastener -- attaching to something and holds something in place

kanete-kali [fastener+word.] n. words like and, or, and then, moreover, however, &c which bind other phrases or words together

kanete-lepeti [fastener+reptile.] n. gecko (Gekkonidae)

kanete-nasini [fastener+vehicle.] n. tow truck

kanete-nine [fastener+fish.] n. remora

kanete-sata [fastener+animal.] n. leech

kane-tile [sight+body-part.] n. eye, oculus, optic -- the organ of sight

kane-tile-kulule-palate [sight+body-part+color+part.] n. iris

kane-tile-kupe [sight+body-part+cover.] n. eyelid

kane-tuna [sight+{augmentative}.] n. to assist sight

kani [Shortened form of Dublex 'canisa', "shirt".] garment -- an article of clothing

kani-kalane [garment+communication-unit.] n. cleaning bill

kani-kanete [garment+fastener.] n. button -- sewn to shirts, coats, etc. to fit through buttonholes and fasten the garment

kani-kasese [garment+{abstraction}.] n. fashion -- the prevailing style of dress

kani-kesinu [garment+science.] n. couture -- the specialties dealt with by fashion designers

kani-kune [garment+{opposite}.] n. birthday suit -- nakedness

kani-kutule [garment+control.] n. dress code -- a set of regulations, typically for a school or workplace, indicating the permitted manner of dress

kani-lapati-nasi [garment+washing/cleaning+machine.] n. washer, automatic washer, washing machine -- a home appliance for washing clothes and linens automatically

kani-lete [garment+{diminutive}.] n. underclothes

kani-nasiku [garment+insect.] n. clothes moth (Tineidae)

kani-nasini [garment+vehicle.] n. laundry truck

kani-nuni [garment+absence.] n. nudity

kani-nuni-sasale-palate [garment+absence+tree+part.] n. nudibranchs

kani-nupile [garment+furniture.] n. coatrack, hatrack -- a rack for temporarily holding coats and hats

kani-pakala [garment+hold.] n. hanger

kani-palana [garment+plant.] n. any species of plant with economic use for making clothing fibers

kani-pipi [garment+rule.] n. dress code -- a set of regulations, typically for a school or workplace, indicating the permitted manner of dress

kani-pusi [garment+use.] n. shirt wearing -- the state of having a shirt on

kanisa [Late Latin 'camisa', extant in Albanian 'ke"mishe"', Amharic 'shemiz', Arabic (Egyptian) 'qamees', Aymara 'kamisa', Balinese 'kemeja', Bulgarian 'dzheb', Catalan 'camisa', Cebuano 'kamisa', English 'camise', Esperanto 'c^emizo', French 'chemise', Greek (Modern) 'poukamiso', Guarani' 'kamisa', Gujarati 'shemiz', Haitian 'chemiz', Hindi 'kamiiz', Ilonggo 'kamisa', Indonesian 'kemeja', Italian 'camicia', Javanese 'kamejo', Kharia 'kamij', Lingala 'semisi', Malay 'kemeja', Maldivian 'gamis', Maltese 'qmis', Modern Greek 'kamiso', Nepali 'kamij', Novial 'kamise', Papiamentu 'kamisa', Pima 'kamish', Portuguese 'camisa', Punjabi 'kamiiz', Pushtu 'kaemi's', Rhaeto-Romance (Sursilvan) 'camischa', Rhaeto-Romance (Ladin) 'chamischa', Romanian 'ca^masa', Sinhalese 'ka'misay', Somali 'qamiis', Sundanese 'kamedja', Spanish 'camisa', Tupuri 'si"mi'si"', Tagalog 'kamisa', Urdu 'kamiiz' and Wolof 'ceemis/simis'. Typically meaning is "shirt", but in some cases may mean "blouse", "chemise" or "undershirt". Source: Leo Moser, The Acadon System.] shirt -- a garment worn on the upper part of the body

kanisa-lete [shirt+{diminutive}.] n. undershirt

Kanisa-lete-se [shirt+{diminutive}.] proper n. T-shirt

kanisa-nuni [shirt+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. topless

kanisa-sutale-kani [shirt+thread+garment.] n. necktie, tie -- a long narrow piece of material worn mostly by men under a collar and tied in knot at the front

kanisa-sutale-kani-nine [shirt+thread+garment+fish.] n. mackerel (genus Scomber)

kanisa-sutale-tuna-kani [shirt+thread+{augmentative}+garment.] n. bow tie

kanisa-tuna [shirt+{augmentative}.] n. jacket

kani-seta [garment+set.] n. suit, suit of clothes -- a set of garments for outerwear all of the same fabric and color

kani-tate-kune [garment+taut+{opposite}.] n. robe -- any loose flowing garment

kani-tuna [garment+{augmentative}.] n. overcoat

kanuna [From Arabic & Hindi /kanun/, both from Latin 'canon', "rule", also extant in English 'canon', et al.] law -- the collection of rules imposed by an authority

kanuna-kalane [law+communication-unit.] n. law text -- formal description of a law

kanuna-kasese [law+{abstraction}.] n. law -- the condition of social order created by adherence to a legal system

kanuna-kesinu [law+science.] n. jurisprudence

kanuna-kune [law+{opposite}.] n. anarchy

kanuna-kune [law+{opposite}.] n. crime -- an act (usu. considered evil) punishable by law

kanuna-kunune [law+communication.] n. legal dialogue

kanuna-lete [law+{diminutive}.] n. regulation -- a principle or condition imposed by an organization to govern behavior

kanuna-nasini [law+vehicle.] n. police car

kanuna-nesete [law+site.] n. court of law -- an assembly to conduct judicial business

kanuna-nune-pipi [law+negation+rule.] n. an unwritten rule; unwritten law

kanuna-sasala [law+event.] n. evidence -- all the means by which any alleged matter of fact whose truth is investigated at judicial trial is established or disproved

kanuna-satisi [law+satisfaction+{noun-modifier}.] adj. legal -- permitted by the written law

kanuna-satisi-kune [law+satisfaction+{opposite}+{noun-modifier}.] adj. illegal -- not permitted by the written law

kanuna-sekupe [law+watcher.] n. police -- the typically local governmental force that enforces laws

kanuna-suna-pe [law+choice+person.] n. juror -- someone who serves on a jury

kanuna-suna-pupi [law+choice+people-group.] n. jury -- a body of citizens sworn to give a true verdict according to the evidence presented in a court of law

kanuna-tuna [law+{augmentative}.] n. principle -- a basic truth or law or assumption

kanune [From Old Italian 'cannone', extant in Spanish, Germanic (English, German, Dutch) and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial), et al.] cannon -- a large gun that is usually on wheels

kanune-kalane [cannon+communication-unit.] n. sudden rumbling

kanune-kesinu [cannon+science.] n. ballistics

kanune-lete [cannon+{diminutive}.] n. gun -- a portable weapon operated by a single combatant that discharges a missile at high velocity

kanune-nasini [cannon+vehicle.] n. caisson

kanune-tuna [cannon+{augmentative}.] n. artillery -- large-caliber weapons that must be operated by crews of soldiers; examples include mortars, howitzers and missile launchers

kapase [From Arabic /kafaz/ with initial /k-/ in Hindi /kud/.] jump -- the act of leaping

Kapase-kalane-se [jump+communication-unit.] proper n. Low frequency skip off the ionosphere

kapase-kasese [jump+{abstraction}.] n. track and field

kapase-katipa [jump+bar.] n. hurdle -- a light movable barrier that competitors must leap over in certain races

kapase-kita-pelane-nasiku [jump+food+plant-organ+insect.] n. leafhopper (family Cicadellidae)

kapase-lete [jump+{diminutive}.] n. hop

kapase-lete [jump+little.] n. hop -- the act of hopping (jumping upward or forward, especially on one foot)

kapase-lete-nusike [jump+{diminutive}+rodent.] n. hopping mouse (Notomys alexis)

kapase-nasiku [jump+insect.] n. flea

kapase-nasiku [jump+insect.] n. grasshopper -- terrestrial plant-eating insect with hind legs adapted for leaping

kapase-nasini [jump+vehicle.] n. motorcycle

kapase-nusike [jump+rodent.] n. rabbit, bunny, coney, cony -- any of various burrowing animals of the family Leporidae having long ears and short tails; some domesticated and raised for pets and food

kapase-nusike-nine [jump+rodent+fish.] n. rabbitfish (family Siganidae)

kapase-piku-nasiku [jump+buttock+insect.] n. springtail (order Collembola)

kapase-sasale-nasiku [jump+tree+insect.] n. treehopper (family Membracidae)

kapase-sepe-nusike [jump+pocket+rodent.] n. pocket mouse, kangaroo rat (Heteromyidae)

kapase-tata [jump+amphibian.] n. frog, toad, toadfrog, anuran, batrachian, salientian -- any of various tailless stout-bodied amphibians with long hind limbs for leaping; semiaquatic and terrestrial species

kapase-tata-nine [jump+amphibian+fish.] n. frogfish

kapase-tatu [jump+arachnid.] n. jumping spider

kapase-tile [jump+body-part.] n. furcula -- the organ at the back of a springtail's body that helps it propel itself into the air

kapase-tuna [jump+{augmentative}.] n. athletic jump -- a jump in a competition, such as the high jump, long jump or pole jump (pole vault)

kape [From Italian 'caffe' (itself from Arabic /kahwa/), which has been borrowed into most languages, including AfghanDari'kaafi', Afrikaans'koffie', Albanian'kafe', Amoy'gkou-bpih', Arabic (Egyptian) 'qahwa', Arabic (Gulf) 'gahwa', Arabic (Iraqi) 'gahwa', Arabic (Libyan) 'gahwa', Arabic (Morroco) 'qehwa', Arabic (Syria) 'qahwi', Asturian 'café', Aymara 'kap"iya', Azerbaijani 'qehve', Bambara 'kafe', Bashkir 'kofe', Basque 'kafe', Belarus 'kava', Bengali 'kophi', Bosnian 'kahva', Breton 'kafe', Bulgarian 'kafe', Burmese 'kahpi', Cambodian 'gaafay/kaafii', Cantonese 'gaafè', Catalan 'cafè', Cebuano 'kape', Chechen 'kofi', Chinese(Standard) 'ka-fei-', Chinook Jargon 'kaupy', Comanche 'tuhpaé', Corsican 'caffè', Croatian 'kava', Czech 'ka'va/kafe', Danish 'kaffe', Dholuo 'kahawa', Dutch 'koffie', Egyptian Arabic 'qahwa', English 'coffee', Estonian 'kohvi', Farsi 'ghah'veh', Fiji-Hindi 'kaafii', Fijian 'kove', Finnish 'kahvi', French 'caf,', Frisian 'kofje', Ga(Ghana) 'kafe', Galician 'caf,', Georgian 'qava', German 'Kaffee', Greek 'kafe', Greek (Modern) 'kafes', Gujarati 'kOffee', Haitian 'kafe', Hakka 'kafui', Hausa 'kofi', Hawaiian 'kope', Hebrew 'kafe', Hindi 'kofii/kaapii', Hopi 'kaphe', Hungarian 'ka've'', Icelandic 'kaffi', Igbo '', Ilocano 'kape/cafe', Ilocano 'kape', Indonesian 'kopi', Iñupiat(Eskimo) 'kuukpiat', Irish 'caife', Italian 'caffè', Japanese 'koohii', Javanese 'kopi', Kazakh 'kofe', KiKongo 'kafi', Kikuyu 'kahu~a', Kongo 'kafi', Konkani(Goa) 'cafi', Korean 'k'op'i', Kurdish 'qehwe', Kyrgyz 'kofe', Lao 'kaaféh', Latin(Modern) 'coffea', Latvian 'kafija', Lingala 'kafe/kawa', Lithuanian 'kava', Luganda 'kaawa', Macedonian 'kafe', Malagasy 'kafe', Malay 'kopi', Malayalam 'kaapi', Maldivian 'kofi', Maltese 'kafè', Mandarin 'ka-fei-,', Mandinka 'kafee', Marshallese 'kuobe', Maya 'kaape', Mohawk 'kahwe', Mokilese 'koahpi', Mongolian 'kofi', Moroccan Arabic 'qehwa', Navajo 'gohwééh', Nepali 'kafi', Norwegian 'kaffe', Occitan 'cafè', Pangasinan 'kapi', Papago 'ka-whih', Papiamentu 'kòfi', Persian 'ghahve', Pima 'ko-whih', Polish 'kawa', Portuguese 'cafe'', Punjabi 'kaafii', Pushtu 'qawae', Quechua 'kafiy', Raratongan 'kaope', Rhaeto-Romance (Ladin) 'cafè', Rhaeto-Romance (Sursilvan) 'caffè', Romanian'cafea', Russian 'kofe', Samoan 'kofe', Sepedi 'kofi', Serbian 'kafa', Sesotho 'kofi', Shona 'kofi', Sicilian 'caffè', Sindhi 'kafi', Sinhalese 'koopi', Slovak 'ka'va', Slovenian 'kava', Somali 'qahwe', Sotho 'kofi', Spanish 'café', Sranan 'kofi', Sundanese 'koppi', Swahili 'kahawa', Swazi 'khofi', Swedish 'kaffe', Tagalog 'kape', Tahitian 'taofe', Taiwanese 'ka-pi', Tamil 'kaapi', Tatar 'kofe', Telegu 'kaafii', Thai 'gafae', Tibetan 'kafi', Tongan 'kofi', Trukese 'kofi', Tswana 'kofi', Turkish 'kahve', Twi 'kafe', Uighur 'qa"hva" ', Ukrainian 'kava', Urdu 'kofii', Uzbek 'kofe/qahva', Vietnamese 'kafe', Welsh 'coffi', Wolof 'kafe', Xhosa 'ikofu', Yiddish 'kave', Yoruba 'kofi'', Yucatec(Mayan) 'kaape' and Zulu 'ikhofi'. Source: Leo Moser, The Acadon System.] coffee -- the beverage consisting of an infusion of ground coffee seeds

kape-kakate [coffee+action+{verb}.] v. to brew coffee

kape-kasese [coffee+{abstraction}.] n. a caffeinated beverage such as tea, coffee or soda

kape-kasese [coffee+{abstraction}.] n. caffeine -- the mild stimulant found in coffee, soft drinks, etc.

kape-kasese-kalepe-pata [coffee+{abstraction}+carbon+water.] n. caffeinated carbonated soda

kape-kune [coffee+{opposite}.] n. decaf

kape-kune [coffee+{opposite}.] n. tea

kape-kuse [coffee+food-preparation+{verb}.] v. to brew coffee

kape-lalu [coffee+iron.] n. coffee pot

kape-lete [coffee+{diminutive}.] n. instant coffee

kape-lete [coffee+diminutive.] n. tea -- a beverage made by steeping tea leaves in water

Kape-lete-nusike-se [tea(coffee+diminutive)+rodent.] proper n. Teamouse -- the nickname of Herman Miller

kape-nasini [coffee+vehicle.] n. coffee van -- a vehicle where you can buy coffee and snacks

Kape-natinu-se [coffee+nation.] proper n. Colombia

kape-nuku-senuse [coffee+mouth+sense.] n. bitter, bitterness -- the taste experience when quinine or coffee is taken into the mouth

kape-nuni [coffee+absence.] n. decaf

kape-penete [coffee+sale.] n. cafe, coffeehouse, coffee shop, coffee bar -- a small restaurant where drinks and snacks are sold

kape-seti [coffee+emotion+adj..] adj. wired,ájitteryá-- very stimulated or excited, as from a stimulant or a rush of adrenaline.

kape-tuna [coffee+{augmentative}.] n. espresso

kape-tuna [coffee+{augmentative}.] n. mocha

kapina [From Mandarin Chinese /kapyan/ with initial /k/ in Greek 'khartes', extant in Russian, Hindi, Germanic (English, German, Dutch), Romance (Latin, Spanish), auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial), .] card -- thin cardboard, usually rectangular

kapina-kalane [card+communication-unit.] n. greeting card

kapina-kanuna [card+law.] n. a law requiring store proprietors to check people's ID cards before selling anyone tobacco, alcohol, fireworks, etc.

kapina-kelupe [card+group.] n. clubs, diamonds, &c

kapina-kesinu [card+science.] n. cartomancy -- the use and examination of cards for psychic purposes

kapina-kiki-sinata [card+measure+tool.] n. cardiometer

kapina-kutane [card+front.] n. the face of a playing card, Tarot card, etc.

kapina-nalusu [card+outside+{verb}.] v. laminate -- to seal a card with an outer clear plastic covering

kapina-nasi [card+machine.] n. tabulator -- a machine designed to read and code punch cards

kapina-nati [card+matter.] n. cardboard -- the thick paper from which cards are made

kapina-nati-pupu [card+matter+file.] n. card catalogue; card file

kapina-pale [card+blade.] n. letter opener, paperknife -- dull knife used to cut open the envelopes in which letters are mailed or to slit uncut pages of books

kapina-pine [card+building.] n. a tower made entirely of playing cards

kapina-seta [card+set.] n. pack -- a group of related cards sold and used together

kapina-suna-kelepe [card+choice+play.] n. a magic card trick game that involves having a volunteer select a card at random

kapina-tuna [card+{augmentative}.] n. particle board

kapita [From Late Latin 'capitaneus', "chief", extant in words for captain in Arabic, Russian, Hindi, Spanish and English.] leader -- a person who rules or guides or inspires others

kapita-kalane [leader+communication-unit.] n. order -- a formal order from a leader

kapita-kasese [leader+{abstraction}.] n. leadership -- the status of being a leader

kapita-kune [leader+{opposite}.] n. follower -- someone who accepts the leadership of another

kapita-kune-seti [leader+{opposite}+emotion.] n. loyalty -- feelings of allegiance

kapita-kunune [leader+communication.] n. leadership plan

kapita-lele [leader+{masculine}.] n. patriarchal leadership order

kapita-lete [leader+{diminutive}.] n. lesser animal in pack leadership

kapita-lete [leader+{diminutive}.] n. manager -- someone who controls resources and expenditures

kapita-sesete [leader+{feminine}.] n. matriarchal leadership order

kapita-sutale [head+cord.] n. noose -- a loop formed in a cord or rope by means of a slipknot; it binds tighter as the cord or rope is pulled

kapita-tuna [leader+{augmentative}.] n. commander -- someone in an official position of authority who can command or control others

kapita-tuna [leader+{augmentative}.] n. that which assists the alpha animal in it's pack or herd

kaputa [From Indo-European *kaput-, "head", extant in Spanish 'cabeza', English 'head', 'captain' ("head of a boat"), 'capital' ("head city of a government"), 'decapitate', et al., Indonesian and Malay 'kepala', German 'Kopf', Nepali 'kapal', Romanian 'capul', Modern Greek 'kephali', Javanese 'kepala', et al.] head -- the upper or front part of the body in animals; contains the face and brains

kaputa-kalane [head+communication-unit.] n. singing with a head voice

kaputa-kani [head+garment.] n. hat -- piece of clothing worn on the head

kaputa-kani-palana [head+garment+plant.] n. jipijapa -- a Latin American plant commonly used to make hats (usually called Panama hats)

kaputa-kasese [head+{abstraction}.] n. head, mind -- that which is responsible for one's thoughts and feelings; the seat of the faculty of reason

kaputa-kesinu [head+science.] n. neurology

kaputa-kune [head+{opposite}.] n. butt, bum

kaputa-kune [head+{opposite}.] n. foot

kaputa-kune [head+{opposite}.] n. tail

kaputa-kusete [head+bone.] n. skull

kaputa-lete [head+{diminutive}.] n. head, capitulum -- a head-shaped part, such as a cluster of foilage or the protuberance of a bone

kaputa-liku-saluta-kune [head+liquid+health+{opposite}.] n. hydrocephalus

kaputa-nuni [head+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. headless

kaputa-satisi-kune [head+satisfaction+{opposite}.] n. headache -- a pain in the head

kaputa-satisi-tuna-kune [head+satisfaction+{augmentative}+{opposite}.] n. migraine -- an extreme form of headache

kaputa-suli [head+joint.] n. neck -- the region of the body between the shoulders and the bottom of the head

kaputa-sunu-tupuse [head+sound+tube.] n. crest -- a hollow extension of an animal's head, often aidng in the production of noises

kaputa-taketu-sutale [head+touch+thread.] n. antenna -- one of the sensory organs coming out from an arthropod's forehead

kase [From Dutch 'gas', a scientific term that is widespread internationally (Arabic, Russian, Spanish, German, English, Italian, Esperanto, Novial, et al).] gas -- fluid in its freest state having neither definite shape or volume and being able to expand indefinitely

kase-kalane [gas+communication-unit.] n. air/gas pressure warning

Kase-kanuna-se [gas+law.] proper n. Boyle's law, Mariotte's law -- the pressure of an ideal gas at constant temperature varies inversely with the volume

kase-kesinu [gas+science.] n. aerostatics, aeromechanics

kasele [From Arabic /kasr/.] fraction -- quotient of two rational numbers

kasele-kalane-lete [fraction+communication-unit+{diminutive}.] n. a partial message

kasele-keke [fraction+sibling.] n. half brother/sister

kasele-kelu [fraction+four.] n. one-fourth

kasele-kunapale [fraction+multiplication.] n. division -- an arithmetic computation that is the inverse of multiplication; the quotient of two numbers is computed

kasele-luna [fraction+moon.] n. crescent moon -- the moon in its first or last quarters when it is seen from earth as having a curved shape

kasele-nasini [fraction+vehicle.] n. semitrailer, semi

kasele-palate [fraction+part.] n. allocation, allotment, portion -- a share set aside for a specific purpose

kasele-putuse [fraction+future+{verb-modifier}.] n. soon, shortly, presently, before long -- in the near future

kasele-sasute-kune [fraction+container+{opposite}+{noun-modifier}.] adj. leaky bucket

kasele-ti [fraction+three.] n. one-third

kasele-tu [fraction+two.] n. one-half

kasele-tu-kula [fraction+two+sphere.] n. dome -- a shape resembling one half of a sphere

kasele-tu-kulepu-kune [fraction+two+body-of-water+{opposite}.] n. peninsula

kasele-tuna [fraction+{augmentative}.] n. ratio, rate, proportion -- the relative magnitudes of quantities

kase-nasini [gas+vehicle.] n. hot-air balloon

kase-pitakesulina [gas+alphabet.] n. lettering consisting of electrically lit tubes filled with neon

kasese [From Russian /kashestv/. Initial /k-/ reinforced by Spanish /kalidad/.] abstraction -- concept without any specific instance; quality or property exhibited by something

kasese-kasese [{abstraction}+{abstraction}.] n. metalevel -- an abstraction of an abstraction

kasese-kesinu [{abstraction}+science.] n. theoretical physics

kasese-kune [{abstraction}+{opposite}.] n. concrete evidence, data

kasese-tuna [{abstraction}+{augmentative}.] n. theory

kasu [Latin 'causa', extant in Spanish and English, with initial /k-/ in Hindi /karn/.] cause -- someone or something that produces an effect, result or consquence

kasu-kalane [cause+communication-unit.] n. reply to an order to show cause

kasu-kasese [cause+{abstraction}.] n. cause and effect

kasu-kesinu [cause+science.] n. epidemiology

kasu-kune [cause+{opposite}.] n. effect; consequence -- the logical reaction to the cause of an event

kasu-lete [cause+{diminutive}.] n. factor -- anything that contributes causally to a result

kasu-nasini [cause+vehicle.] n. the 'at fault' vehicle in an accident

kasu-tuna [cause+{augmentative}.] n. principle, rule -- a rule or law concerning a natural phenomenon or the function of a mechanical system

kata [From /kat-/, a common form attested in Arabic(Egyptian) 'qat,a`' /kata/, Arabic(Syrian) 'qat,' /kat/, Assamese 'kat.a-', Bengali 'kat.i;', Bislama 'katem', Cambodian 'gut', Cantonese 'got', English 'cut', Fijian 'kotiva', Fiji-Hindi 'kaat.-', Hakka 'kot', Hindi /kat/, Ilocano 'ickat', Kannada 'kadhe', Lamani 'kaat.', Lingala 'kata', Maltese 'qata'', Nepali 'kaat-', Oriya 'kat.a', Oromo(Galla) 'kuta', Portuguese 'cort-', Punjabi 'kat.t.', Sotho 'kuta', Spanish 'cort-', Swahili '-kata', Urdu /kat/ and Vietnamese 'ca`t'. Initial /k-/ in Achenese 'koh', Afrikaans 'keep/kap', Azerbaijani 'kes', Gujarati 'kaap-', Haitian 'koupe', Japanese 'kir-' (as in 'hara-kir-i'', "belly-cutting")', Kazakh 'kesu', Kyrgyz 'kes-', Maldivian 'kand-', Mandarin Chinese /ke-/ forms meaning "cut', carve', engrave"', Mandingo 'kuntu', Modern Greek 'ko'phto', Russian /kos/ ("mow"), Shona 'cheka', Sundanese 'keureut', Tatar 'kisü', Telegu 'koos-', Turkish 'kesit', Uighur 'käs-' and Uzbek 'kes-'. Source: Leo Moser, The Acadon System.] cut, cutting -- a part removed from a main body through use of a sharp-edged instrument

kata-kalane [cut+communication-unit.] n. deletion

kata-kali [cut+word.] n. abbreviation -- a shortened form of a word or phrase

kata-kasese [cut+{abstraction}.] n. rift -- separation between two naturally close friends, as when they fight

kata-kesinu [cut+science.] n. surgery

kata-kune [cut+{opposite}.] n. scar

katale [From Arabic /kadar/] dirt, ground -- the loose soft material that makes up a large part of the surface of land

katale-kala [dirt+art.] n. sand painting -- a painting done by American Indians (especially Navaho); made of fine colored sands on a neutral background

katale-kalepe [dirt+carbon.] n. coal -- carbonised vegetable matter deposited in the Carboniferous period

katale-kaneke [dirt+shell.] n. bunker, dugout -- a fortification of earth; mostly or entirely below ground

katale-kaneke-lepeti [dirt+shell+reptile.] n. tortoise (Testudinidae)

katale-katipa [dirt+bar.] n. post -- a piece of timbre or metal fixed firmly in an upright position

katale-kesinu [dirt+science.] n. pedology

katale-nane [dirt+mammal.] n. mole (Talpidae)

katale-nanepu [dirt+tuber.] n. potato, Solanum tuberosum -- an edible tuber native to South America, known as a staple food of Ireland

Katale-nanepu-natinu-lete-se [dirt+tuber+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Idaho

katale-nanepu-nusika-sinata [dirt+tuber+music+tool.] n. ocarina -- a musical instrument with a somewhat potato-like appearance, producing a flute-like tone.

katale-nanepu-sutale [dirt+tuber+thread.] n. french fry -- a thin strip of potato (typically skinned) fried in fat

katale-napisu-kune-tata [dirt+something-above+{opposite}+amphibian.] n. mole salamander (genus Ambystoma)

katale-nasiku [dirt+insect.] n. ant

katale-nasiku [dirt+insect.] n. worm

katale-nasiku-kunane-nasiku [dirt+insect+eating+insect.] n. ant-lion (family Myrmeleontidae)

katale-nasiku-nane [dirt+insect+mammal.] n. anteater (Myrmecophagidae)

katale-nasiku-pakale-nasiku [dirt+insect+bovine+insect.] n. aphid (family Aphidae)

katale-nasiku-sepe-nane [dirt+insect+pocket+mammal.] n. numbat (Myrmecobius fasciatus)

katale-nasiku-sili [dirt+insect+bird.] n. antbird (Thamnophilidae)

katale-nasini [dirt+vehicle.] n. dirt bike

Katale-netu-nale-se [dirt+middle+ocean.] proper n. The Mediterranean

katale-nine [dirt+fish.] n. mudskipper (family Periophthalmidae)

katale-nuni [dirt+absence.] n. sterility

katale-nusike [dirt+rodent.] n. mole-rat

katale-palise [dirt+digit.] n. strait

katale-salata [dirt+vegetable.] n. potato -- an edible tuber indigenous to South America; a staple food of Ireland

katale-sasu [dirt+risk.] n. bunker, sand trap, trap -- a hazard on a golf course

katale-sepe-nane [dirt+pocket+mammal.] n. marsupial mole (Notoryctes)

katale-sili [dirt+bird.] n. pheasant, quail, partridge (Galliformes)

katale-sili-tuna [dirt+bird+{augmentative}.] n. ostrich -- the largest bird in the world, flightless with incredibly powerful legs and with the apocryphal habit of burying its head in the sand.

katale-sinata [dirt+tool.] n. hoe -- tool with a flat blade at a right angle to a long handle, used for weeding, planting and gardening.

katale-sisi-sinata [dirt+movement+tool.] n. shovel -- a tool for lifting loose material consisting of a curved container or scoop and a handle

katale-sunu-nusika [dirt+sound+music.] n. grunge -- a genre of music (as Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains and Soundgarden) popular at the end of the millennium, characterized by angsty lyrics and "unclean" sound

katale-susinu [dirt+pig.] n. aardvark (Orycteropus afer)

kata-lete [cut+{diminutive}.] n. nick, a scratch (e.g., a paper cut)

katale-tepuse [dirt+time.] n. clay -- soil that is plastic when moist but hard when fired

Katale-tine-se [dirt+day.] proper n. Saturday

Katale-tuna-natinu-se [dirt+{augmentative}+nation.] proper n. Russia

kata-nine [cut+fish.] n. sawfish (family Pristidae)

kata-pepe [cut+make+{v.}.] v. cut -- separate with or as if with an instrument

kata-sinata-nulute [cut+tool+hammer.] n. sickle-and-hammer

Kata-sinata-nulute-natinu-se [cut+tool+hammer+nation.] proper n. CIS; USSR

katate [From Russian /kvadrat/.] square -- a plane rectangle with four equal sides and four right angles

katate-kasese [square+{abstraction}.] n. quadratic square equation

katate-kelu [square+four.] n. corner -- the point where two lines meet or intersect

katate-kune [square+{opposite}.] n. point, having no dimension

katate-lete [square+{diminutive}.] n. a part or section of an equalateral four-sided polygon

katate-nasini [square+vehicle.] n. boxcar

katate-pata-sane [square+water+bread.] n. tortellini

katate-pitakesulina [square+alphabet.] n. katakana -- the system of Japanese characters used to represent the sounds of words borrowed from other languages

katate-teneta [square+debt.] n. millstone -- any debt that is difficult to carry

katate-tuna [square+{augmentative}.] n. cube

kata-tuna [cut+{augmentative}.] n. fatal wound

kate [From Greek 'cardia' from Indo-European *kerd-, extant in Arabic, Hindi, Romance (Latin 'cardia', Spanish, Italian, et al), Germanic (English 'heart', German, Dutch) and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial).] heart -- the hollow muscular organ whose rhythmic contractions pump blood through the body

kate-kalane [heart+communication-unit.] n. electrocardiogram

kate-kapase [heart+jump.] n. heart beat

kate-kasese [heart+{abstraction}.] n. circulation -- the movement of blood through the heart and blood vessels

kate-kasese [heart+{abstraction}.] n. courage

kate-kasese [heart+{abstraction}.] n. heart, bosom -- the locus of feelings and intuitions

kate-kesinu [heart+science.] n. cardiology

kate-kune [heart+{opposite}.] n. blood vessel -- a tube in which blood circulates

kate-lele [heart+{masculine}.] n. paternal instinct

kate-lete [heart+{diminutive}.] n. having little instinct

kate-lete [heart+{diminutive}.] n. ventricle, heart ventricle -- a chamber of the heart that receives blood from an atrium and pumps it to the arteries

kate-liku [heart+liquid.] n. blood -- the fluid (red in vertebrates) that is pumped by the heart

kate-liku-kunane-pe [heart+liquid+eating+person.] n. vampire -- a person who drinks human blood

kate-liku-kusulu [heart+liquid+alcohol.] n. blood alcohol content (BAC)

kate-liku-paneka [heart+liquid+reserve.] n. blood bank -- a site for preservation of emergency supply blood

kate-liku-sutale [heart+liquid+thread.] n. vein (for blood)

kate-liku-tatu [heart+liquid+arachnid.] n. tick

kate-liku-tatu-telule [heart+liquid+arachnid+fear.] n. acarophobia

kate-nuni [heart+absence.] n. hatred

kate-palana [heart+plant.] n. bleeding-heart -- a flower of the genus Dicentra, with heart-shaped magenta flowers growing from its stalk

kate-sesete [heart+{feminine}.] n. maternal instinct

kate-sise [heart+system.] n. circulation -- the movement of blood through the heart and >blood vessels

kate-tuna [heart+{augmentative}.] n. heart, breast -- the area that is the approximate location of the heart in the body

katipa [From Arabic /kadib/.] bar, rod, rail -- any long, thin implement made of metal or wood

katipa-kaletela [bar+road.] n. railroad, railway -- a line of track providing a runway for wheels

katipa-kaletela-kapina [bar+road+card.] n. car, railcar, railway car, railroad car -- a wheeled vehicle adapted to the rails of railroad; "three cars had jumped the rails"

katipa-kaletela-nasini [bar+road+vehicle.] n. train, locomotive, engine -- self-propelled engine used to draw railway cars along railway tracks

katipa-kasese [bar+{abstraction}.] n. barrier

katipa-kusete [bar+bone.] n. spine, backbone -- the series of vertebrae forming the axis of the skeleton and protecting the spinal cord

katipa-kusete-satasi [spine(bar+bone)+member.] n. vertebra -- one of the bony segments of the spinal column

katipa-lete [bar+{diminutive}.] n. pin

katipa-nasini [bar+vehicle.] n. train

katipa-sunu-sinata [bar+sound+tool.] n. any percussion instrument built from tuned bars of metal or wood, such as the xylophone, marimba, vibraphone, gender, celesta, etc.

katipa-tuna [bar+{augmentative}.] n. pole -- a long rod of wood, metal or plastic

katipe [From Arabic /katif/.] dense something -- something with relatively high density (the quantity of something per unit measure, especially for area, but also for length or volume) [scalar]

katipe-kasese [{dense-object}+{abstraction}.] n. density -- the quantity of something per unit measure, especially for area, but also for length or volume [scalar = dense to sparse

katipe-kiki-kasese [{dense-object}+measure+{abstraction}.] n. density (dimension unspecified)

katipe-kune [{dense-object}+{opposite}.] n. sparse something -- something with relatively low density (the quantity of something per unit measure, especially for area, but also for length or volume) [scalar

katuse [Blend of Arabic /kat/ and Russian /koshk/, with /kat-/ also in English 'cat', German 'katze', Dutch 'kat' and with /-ato-/ from Spanish 'gato' and Italian 'gatto'.] cat -- feline mammal usu. having thick soft fur Felis catus

katuse-kalane [cat+communication-unit.] n. purring

katuse-kasese [cat+{abstraction}.] n. someone self-involved

katuse-lete [cat+{diminutive}.] n. black-footed cat, Felis nigripes -- diminutive cat species native to Africa

katuse-lete [cat+{diminutive}.] n. genet

katuse-lete [cat+{diminutive}.] n. rusty-spotted cat, Felis rubiginosus -- diminutive cat species native to India

katuse-lete [cat+{diminutive}.] n. weasel

katuse-nine [cat+fish.] n. catfish -- a fish of the order Siluriformes, having appendages that resemble the whiskers of a cat.

katuse-palana [cat+plant.] n. catnip -- a species of weed with a narcotic effect on cats

katuse-sanata-nane [cat+hand+mammal.] n. lemur (Lemuridae)

Katuse-sanata-nane-natinu-se [cat+hand+mammal+nation.] proper n. Madagascar

katuse-sili [cat+bird.] n. catbird (Dumetella)

katuse-sunu-sinata [cat+sound+tool.] n. clarinet

katuse-telule [cat+fear.] n. aelurophobia

katuse-tuna [cat+{augmentative}.] n. puma, cougar -- short-tailed wildcats with usually tufted ears

katuse-tuna-kapase-tata [cat+{augmentative}+jump+amphibian.] n. leopard frog (Rana pipiens)

katuse-tunune [cat+gift.] n. an area which smells strongly of ammonia

ke [Unknown origin.] {postposition}

keke [Unknown origin.] sibling -- a person's brother or sister

keke-kalusa [sibling+love.] n. non-sexual love

keke-kesinu [sibling+science.] n. family psychology

keke-lele [sibling+{masculine}.] n. brother -- a male co-religionist

keke-lele [sibling+{masculine}.] n. brother -- a male person who has the same parents as another person

keke-lele [sibling+{masculine}.] n. brother -- a male sibling sharing the same father and mother

keke-lele-kasese [sibling+{masculine}+{abstraction}.] n. brother -- a fellow man

keke-lele-kasese [sibling+{masculine}+{abstraction}.] n. brother -- a male of the same race or nation

keke-lele-kasese [sibling+{masculine}+{abstraction}.] n. brother -- something that closely resembles another in kind

keke-lele-lete [sibling+{masculine}+{diminutive}.] n. younger brother

keke-nuni [sibling+absence.] n. the state of being an only child

keke-nuni-pe [sibling+absence+person.] n. only child

keke-sesete [sibling+{feminine}.] n. sister -- a female person who has the same parents as another person

kelane [From Russian & English /klan/.] family -- a social unit living together

kelane-kesinu [family+science.] n. genealogy

kelane-nasini [family+vehicle.] n. minivan

kelane-pe [family+person.] n. relative, relation -- a person related by blood or marriage

kelane-pine [family+building.] n. house -- a free-standing man-made dwelling, typically housing a single family

kelane-sapite [family+copulation.] n. incest -- sex between close relatives

kelane-tuna [family+{augmentative}.] n. extended family

kelane-tuna [family+{augmentative}.] n. race -- people who are believed to belong to the same genetic stock

kelepasi [From Spanish 'celebración'.] celebration, rejoicing, jubilee -- an occasion for special festivities to mark some happy event

kelepasi-kalane [celebration+communication-unit.] n. advertisement of a social event

kelepasi-kaletela [celebration+road.] n. victory lap -- the final lap around a race track after the winner has crossed the finish line

kelepasi-kasese [celebration+{abstraction}.] n. unbirthday -- Dublexers frequently celebrate for no particular reason

kelepasi-kune [celebration+{opposite}.] n. divorce ceremony -- in the Dublex culture, this is the moving and emotional ceremony couples go through when they get divorced. They enter the shrine together, holding hands. A Person of Distinction talks about how much they irritate one another; they curse one another resoundingly. The Person of Distinction then tells the husband, "You may slap your wife." He does. Then the wife is told, "You may slap your husband." She does. It is then proclaimed, "I now pronounce you strangers," and the two leave separately.

kelepasi-lete [celebration+{diminutive}.] n. used to describe small, private celebrations (e.g., ones where you have to call in sick to get the day off, birthday parties)

kelepasi-tuna [celebration+{augmentative}.] n. national holidays -- the largest of the holidays, the ones in which almost everyone participates (see also juib)

kelepe [Blend of Hindi /kel/ and Arabic /laib/, influenced by Latin 'celebrare', extant in English, Spanish, et al.] play, diversion -- activity engaged in for enjoyment or recreation

kelepe-kalane [play+communication-unit.] n. playbill

kelepe-kapina [play+card.] n. playing card -- one of 52 cards (plus jokers and wild cards) used to play a variety of gambling and other games

kelepe-kapina-kalese [play+card+class.] n. suite

kelepe-kapina-sanata [play+card+hand.] n. hand -- the set of playing cards one player is currently holding

kelepe-kasese [play+{abstraction}.] n. recreational activity -- diversions considered as a whole

kelepe-kune [play+{opposite}.] n. work, job -- c.f., 'jib'

kelepe-lete [play+{diminutive}.] n. respite, recess, break -- a playful or diverting pause from doing something (as work)

kelepe-nalike [play+possession.] n. plaything, toy -- an artifact designed to be played with

kelepe-nasini [play+vehicle.] n. recreational vehicle, RV

Kelepe-nunene-kalene-se [play+name+agent.] proper n. Neurotico (winner of the game, hence the name)

kelepe-nuni-pe [play+absence+person.] n. robot, drone

kelepe-patate [play+object.] n. toy; plaything

kelepe-pitakesulina-kaki [play+alphabet+performance.] n. a cheerleading routine involving synchronized pom-pom movement and chanting out of letters to spell the name of a team, player, school, etc. ("Give me an 'R' . . .)

kelepe-sise [play+system.] n. game -- a contest with rules to determine a winner

kelepe-sise-kula [play+system+sphere.] n. ball, spheroidal plaything, game sphere -- round object thrown, hit or kicked in games

kelepe-sise-nalike [play+system+possession+{verb}.] v. win

kelepe-sise-nutuse [play+system+base.] n. base -- place a runner must touch before scoring

kelepe-sune [play+total.] n. score -- a number that expresses the accomplishment of a team or individual in a game or contest

kelepe-tepuse [play+time.] n. game, match -- a contest in which two or more persons or teams compete

kelepe-tuna [play+{augmentative}.] n. hobby, pastime, interest -- a subject or pursuit that pleasantly occupies one's time and thoughts

kelepe-tunune [play+gift.] n. prize, award -- something given as a token for victory

kelesu [From Indo-European *ghre-so-, extant in Hindi /gas/, and English & German & Dutch /gras/.] grass -- narrow-leaved green herbage, grown in lawns, used as pasture for grazing animals, cut and dried as hay

kelesu-lepeti [grass+reptile.] n. grass snake (Natrix)

kelesu-nasini [grass+vehicle.] n. rider mower

kelesu-nuka [grass+limb.] n. blade of grass

kelesu-nusike [grass+rodent.] n. grass mouse (Rhabdomys)

kelesu-pale [grass+blade.] n. scythe -- an edge tool for cutting grass; has a long handle that must be held with both hands and a curved blade that moves parallel to the ground

kelesu-sa-kune [grass+{difference}+{opposite}.] n. buckwheat (order Polygonales)

kelesu-sikulu [grass+circle.] n. crop circle -- a circular etiolation allegedly left in fields by a landed UFO

kelu [From Indo-European *kwetwores.] four -- the cardinal number that is the sum of three and one

kelu-kane-nine [four+sight+fish.] n. (c.f. harvisbadmin)

kelu-kane-tile-nine [four+sight+body-part+fish.] n. anableps (genus Anableps)

Kelu-kane-tile-nine-se [four+sight+body-part+fish.] proper n. Anableps anableps -- a South American minnow-like fish that cruises the water surface; it has four lens, two equipped for air vision and two equipped for water vision

Kelu-kelu-natinu-lete-se [four+four+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Wyoming -- 44th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on July 10, 1890

kelu-kelu-pe [four+four+person.] n. 44-year old -- a person who has experienced 44 but not 45 years since birth

kelu-kitala [four+guitar.] n. uke, ukulele -- a small Hawaiian guitar having four strings

kelu-kune [four+{opposite}.] n. negative four, -4

Kelu-kutu-natinu-lete-se [four+eight+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Arizona -- 48th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Feb. 14, 1912

kelu-kutu-pe [four+eight+person.] n. 48-year old -- a person who has experienced 48 but not 49 years since birth

Kelu-lili-se [four+world.] proper n. Mars -- the fourth planet from the Sun

Kelu-lune-luna-se [four+red+moon.] proper n. Iran (IRN)

Kelu-lune-tale-se [four+red+star.] proper n. New Zealand (NZL)

Kelu-natinu-lete-se [four+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Georgia -- fourth state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Jan. 2, 1788

Kelu-nene-natinu-lete-se [four+nine+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Alaska -- 49th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Jan. 3, 1959

kelu-nene-pe [four+nine+person.] n. 49-year old -- a person who has experienced 49 but not 50 years since birth

kelu-nuka-nuni-pe [four+limb+absence+person.] n. quadruplegic

Kelu-nu-natinu-lete-se [four+one+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Montana -- 41th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Nov. 8, 1889

kelu-nu-pe [four+one+person.] n. 41-year old -- a person who has experienced 41 but not 42 years since birth

kelu-nupili [four+noble.] n. duke/duchess

kelu-nupili-lele [four+noble+{masculine}.] n. duke

kelu-nupili-sesete [four+noble+{feminine}.] n. duchess

kelu-palana-kalese [four+plant+class.] n. order

kelu-pe [four+person.] n. four-year old -- a person who has experienced four but not five years since birth

kelupe [From Germanic /grup/, extant in Afrikaans 'groep', Albanian 'grup', Azerbaijani 'qrup', Bashkir 'gruppa', Belarus 'grupa', Bosnian 'grupa', Cambodian 'grom', Catalan 'grup', Chamorro 'gurupu', Croatian 'grupa', Danish 'gruppe', Dutch 'groep', English 'group', Esperanto 'grupo', French 'groupe', Ga 'kuu', Georgian 'jgupfi', German 'gruppe', Greek (Modern) 'group', Haitian 'gwoup', Hausa 'gungu', Hindi 'giroh', Ilokano 'grupo', Indonesian '*grup' (in some set phrases), Italian 'gruppo', Japanese '*guruup' (in some set phrases), Javanese 'grup', Latvian 'grupa', Lithuanian 'grupe', Macedonian 'grupa', Maltese 'grupp', Norwegian 'gruppe', Novial 'grupe', Persian 'goruh', Polish 'grupa', Portuguese 'grupo', Romanian 'grupa^', Russian 'gruppa', Serbian 'grupa', Slovene 'gruc^a', Spanish 'grupo', Swedish 'grupp', Tajik 'gruppa', Tatar 'grupa', Tongan 'kulupu', Turkish 'grup', Twi 'kuw', Ukrainian 'grupa', Urdu 'gyroh', Uzbek 'gruppa', Welsh 'grwp', West-Armenian 'khump' and Yiddish 'grupe'. Source: Leo Moser, The Acadon System.] group -- any number of objects or events aggregated together in an unstructured fashion

kelupe-kasese [group+{abstraction}.] n. synergy

kelupe-kesinu [group+science.] n. group dynamics

kelupe-kune [group+{opposite}.] n. diffusion

kelupe-lete [group+{diminutive}.] n. few

kelupe-nasini [group+vehicle.] n. double-decker

Kelu-pene-natinu-lete-se [four+five+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Utah -- 45th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Jan. 4, 1896

kelu-pene-pe [four+five+person.] n. 45-year old -- a person who has experienced 45 but not 46 years since birth

kelu-pete [four+foot.] n. tetrapod -- vertebrate animal with four legs or leg-like limbs (as in flippers of seals)

kelu-pete-nasini [four+foot+vehicle.] n. quadcycle

kelupe-tuna [group+{augmentative}.] n. many

kelu-pusata-kalese [four+mail+class.] n. fourth class, fourth-class mail -- mail consisting of merchandise and some printed matter weighing over eight ounces and not sealed against inspection (U.S. & Canada)

kelu-sata-kalese [four+animal+class.] n. order

Kelu-sese-natinu-lete-se [four+six+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Oklahoma -- 46th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Nov. 16, 1907

kelu-sese-pe [four+six+person.] n. 46-year old -- a person who has experienced 46 but not 47 years since birth

kelu-sesune [four+season+{noun-modifier}.] adj. evergreen -- of a plant whose leaves remain during all four seasons (c.f. harsezonpanta)

kelu-sesune-nune [four+season+negation+{noun-modifier}.] adj. deciduous -- not living, flowering, etc. during all four seasons

kelu-sesune-palana [four+season+plant.] n. evergreen -- a plant whose leaves remain during all four seasons

kelu-sesune-palana [four+season+plant+{noun-modifier}.] adj. evergreen -- of a plant whose leaves remain during all four seasons

Kelu-sete-natinu-lete-se [four+seven+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. New Mexico -- 47th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Jan. 6, 1912

kelu-sete-pe [four+seven+person.] n. 47-year old -- a person who has experienced 47 but not 48 years since birth

Kelu-silu-natinu-lete-se [four+zero+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. South Dakota -- 40th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Nov. 2, 1889

kelu-silu-pe [four+zero+person.] n. 40-year old -- a person who has experienced 40 but not 41 years since birth

Kelu-sutale-kulepu-se [four+thread+body-of-water.] proper n. Missouri River -- the longest river of the United States and of North America, flowing about 4,127 km (2,565 mi) to the Mississippi River

Kelu-tesu-kitapa-se [four+god+book.] proper n. Gospel, Gospels, evangel -- four books in the New Testament that tell the story of Christ's life and teachings

Kelu-ti-natinu-lete-se [four+three+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Idaho -- 43th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on July 3, 1890

kelu-ti-pe [four+three+person.] n. 43-year old -- a person who has experienced 43 but not 44 years since birth

kelu-tuna [four+{augmentative}.] n. 40

Kelu-tu-natinu-lete-se [four+two+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Washington -- 42th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Nov. 11, 1889

kelu-tu-pe [four+two+person.] n. 42-year old -- a person who has experienced 42 but not 43 years since birth

kene [From Mandarin Chinese /ken/ (meaning "cave"), with /k-/ strengthened by words for "cave" in Arabic /kaxf/, Hindi /kandra/, Spanish /kov/, English /kaiv/ and .] hole, orifice -- an opening into something but not through it [contrast 'hubac']

Kene-kalane-se [hole+communication-unit.] proper n. SETI signals -- from the water hole

kene-kasese [hole+{abstraction}.] n. cave

kene-kasese [hole+{abstraction}.] n. entrance

kene-kasese [hole+{abstraction}.] n. hole -- an unoccupied space

kene-kelepe [hole+play.] n. golf, golf game -- a game played on a large open course with 9 or 18 holes; the object is to use as few strokes as possible in playing all the holes

kene-kesinu [hole+science.] n. topology

kene-kune [hole+{opposite}.] n. closed, shut -- not open [aj

kene-kune [hole+{opposite}.] n. protuberance -- something that protrudes

kene-lete [hole+{diminutive}.] n. dent, nick, indentation -- an impression on a surface (as made by a blow)

kene-lete [hole+{diminutive}.] n. depression, impression, imprint -- a concavity in a surface produced by pressing

Kene-nani-nalake-natinu-se [hole+soft-object+milk+nation.] proper n. Switzerland

Kene-nani-nalake-se [hole+soft-object+milk.] proper n. Swiss cheese

kene-nase-nesete [hole+nose+site.] n. sinus

kene-nesete [hole+site.] n. dig, excavation -- the site of an archeological exploration

kene-pitakesulina [hole+alphabet.] n. marquee lettering -- letters meant to be attached into grooves to spell messages on public message boards

kene-sapite-kanuna [hole+copulation+law.] n. sodomy law -- a law that prohibits oral or anal sexual intercourse

kene-sasute [hole+container.] n. can -- airtight sealed metal container for food, drink, paint, etc. {British: tin}

kene-sukale-sane-pina [hole+sugar+bread+plane.] n. waffle

kene-tuna [hole+{augmentative}.] n. cavity -- sizeable hole

kepata [From Spanish 'cebada'.] barley -- the grain of Hordeum vulgare or its varieties, used since prehistoric times for livestock feed, malt production and cereal

kepata-kasese [barley+{abstraction}.] n. cereal -- starchy grains used as food, from grasses such as wheat, oats, corn or barley

kepata-kusulu [barley+alcohol.] n. beer -- fermented alcoholic beverage brewed from malt and hops

kepata-kusulu-lete [barley+alcohol+{diminutive}.] n. light beer -- beer with reduced alcohol content

kepata-kusulu-lete [barley+alcohol+{diminutive}.] n. near beer -- a malt liquor that does not contain enough alcohol to be considered an alocholic beverage

kepata-kusulu-tuna [barley+alcohol+{augmentative}.] n. stout -- a strong, very dark beer or ale

kepata-lete [barley+{diminutive}.] n. barleycorn -- the grain of barley

kepata-lete-kusulu [barley+{diminutive}+alcohol.] n. lager -- beer containing a relatively small amount of hops; aged from six weeks to six months for sedimentation

kepata-nasini [barley+vehicle.] n. tractor

kepata-sekupe [barley+watcher.] n. waiter, server -- a person whose occupation is to serve at table, as in a restaurant

kepata-tuna [barley+{augmentative}.] n. malt -- barley which has sprouted, used chiefly in brewing and distilling

kepata-tuna-kusulu [barley+{augmentative}+alcohol.] n. ale -- beer containing a relatively large amount of hops

kesinu [From Mandarin Chinese /keciue/.] science -- any domain of knowledge accumulated by systematic study and organised by general principles

kesinu-kesinu [science+science.] n. epistemology

kesinu-nasini [science+vehicle.] n. space probe

kesinu-tene-kiki [science+{hot-object}+measure.] n. kelvin (K)

kesinu-tene-kiki-kasese [science+{hot-object}+measure+{abstraction}.] n. thermodynamic temperature

kesu [From Indo-European *kers-, "to run", extant in Latin 'currere', extant in English 'cursor', 'course', 'corral', et al.] running movement -- moving fast by using one's feet, with one foot off the ground at any given time

kesu-kuku [running movement+lightning.] n. epinephrine, epinephrin, adrenaline, Adrenalin -- a catecholamine secreted by the adrenal medulla in response to stress (trade name Adrenalin); stimulates autonomic nerve action

kesu-kulisu [running-movement+wheel.] n. exercise wheel -- a metal or plastic wheel for small animals to run around inside.

kesu-lete [running-movement+{diminutive}+{verb}.] v. walk

kesu-lete-katuse-nine [running-movement+{diminutive}+cat+fish.] n. walking catfish (Clarias batrachus)

kesu-nasini [running-movement+vehicle.] n. bicycle

kesu-satale-sili-tuna [running-movement+{fast-object}+bird+{augmentative}.] n. ostrich (Struthio camelus)

kesu-sili [running-movement+bird.] n. roadrunner (Geococcyx)

kesu-sipe [running movement+task.] n. errand -- a short trip that is taken in the performance of a necessary task or mission

kesu-telule [running-movement+fear.] n. dromophobia

kiki [measure+{verb}.] v. S measure O as X.

kiki [Unknown origin.] measure, measurement -- magnitude as determined by calculation

kiki-kalane [measure+communication-unit.] n. a measurement

kiki-kesinu [measure+science.] n. metrology

kiki-nasiku [measure+insect.] n. inchworm, measuring worm moth (Geometridae)

kiki-sinata [measure+tool.] n. meter, gauge -- a device for measuring

kiki-tu [measure+two.] n. measure twice, cut once -- admonition in carpentry to double-check measurements before cutting, since a cut is permanent but a measurement isn't

kipele [English 'cyber-'.] cyberspace -- all or part of a computer's storage space, whether temporary like RAM or permanent like a hard drive

kipele-kalane [cyberspace+communication-unit.] n. e-mail

kipele-kalane-paneka [cyberspace+communication-unit+reserve.] n. database, data bank -- a collection of tables of data arranged for ease and speed of search and retrieval

kipele-kalane-seli [cyberspace+communication-unit+series.] n. table {computer science} -- a repository for tightly related data items, treated as a unit and typically arranged adjacently; a field in a record may relate that record to a record in another table

kipele-kalane-seta [cyberspace+communication-unit+set.] n. record {computer science} -- a collection of related data items, treated as a unit; a table consists of a series of records

kipele-kesinu [cyberspace+science.] n. computer+science

Kipele-nete-nunene-kalene-se [cyberspace+net+name+agent.] proper n. Exu Yangi (we miss you and your neural net, Exu!)

kipele-pitakesulina-pusi [cyberspace+alphabet+use.] n. the abbreviations, letter-abbreviations ("u r" for "you are", "2" for "to"), trendy respellings, excessive end punctuation, and laxened use of apostrophes and capital letters typically used in Internet chat rooms, message boards, Instant Messages, etc.

kipele-pusata [cyberspace+mail.] n. 1. electronic mail, e-mail, email -- an individual's collection of e-mail messages received from others (c.f. perciberpost) 2. electronic mail, e-mail, email -- a single message sent or received using an electronic mailing system (c.f. ciberpostgarm) 3. electronic mail, e-mail, email -- an application for composing, transmitting, receiving and storing e-mail messages (c.f. ciberpostgan) 4. electronic mail, e-mail, email -- a system of world-wide electronic communication in which a computer user can compose a message at one terminal that is generated at the recipient's terminal when he logs in (c.f. ciberpostsist)

kipele-pusata-kalane [cyberspace+mail+communication-unit.] n. electronic mail, e-mail, email -- a single message sent or received using an electronic mailing system

kipele-pusata-kalene [cyberspace+mail+agent.] n. electronic mail, e-mail, email -- an application for composing, transmitting, receiving and storing e-mail messages

kipele-pusata-nala [cyberspace+mail+disparagement.] n. spam --

kipele-pusata-sekupe [cyberspace+mail+watcher.] n. sniffer --

kipele-pusata-sise [cyberspace+mail+system.] n. electronic mail, e-mail, email -- a system of world-wide electronic communication in which a computer user can compose a message at one terminal that is generated at the recipient's terminal when he logs in

kipele-pusata-sunu [cyberspace+mail+sound.] n. the America Online voice recording saying, "You've got mail!"

kipele-sapite [cyberspace+copulation.] n. cybersex -- simulated sex conducted over the Internet

kipele-tile-sise [cyberspace+body-part+system.] n. an alternative physical body created for someone so s/he can live entirely within cyberspace

kipele-tisala [cyberspace+exchange.] n. e-trade, e-commerce

kipu [From Latin 'curvus', extant in Russian, English, Spanish, Italian, German, Esperanto and Novial. Vowel altered from /u/ due to a clash with an "unprintable" Russian word for "whore".] curve -- a line that smoothly and continuously deviates from straightness

kipu-kapina [curve+card.] n. the Zener card that has the wavy lines on the face

kipu-kasese [curve+{abstraction}.] n. curvature -- the property possessed by the curving of a line or surface

kipu-katipa-sila [curve+bar+weapon.] n. boomerang -- a V-shaped wooden bar used as a throwing weapon.

kipu-kesinu [curve+science.] n. geometry

kipu-kune [curve+{opposite}.] n. spiral, whorl -- something wound in a continuous series of loops

kipu-kune [curve+{opposite}.] n. straight line

kipu-kune [curve+{opposite}+{noun-modifier}.] adj. straight

Kipu-kune-nana-se [curve+{opposite}+electricity.] proper n. D/C

kipu-kune-pulase [curve+{opposite}+hair+{verb}.] v. S possesses straight hair.

kipu-lete [curve+{diminutive}.] n. arc -- a segment of a circle

kipu-nuku-sili [curve+mouth+bird.] n. ibis

kipu-nuni [curve+absence.] n. perfect straightness, like the kind you want on a road as opposed to having to drive through all these twists and turns

kipu-pala [curve+fruit.] n. banana -- elongated crescent-shaped yellow fruit with soft sweet flesh, from plants of the genus Musa, especially Musa acuminata

kipu-pata-sane [curve+water+bread.] n. lasagna

kipu-pitakesulina [curve+alphabet.] n. hiragana -- the system of Japanese characters used to phonetically represent native words

kipu-puna [curve+form.] n. oval, ellipse -- a closed plane curve resulting from the intersection of a circular cone and plane cutting completely through it

kipu-salata-tene [curve+vegetable+{hot-object}.] n. chili pepper; chilli -- a long, curved pepper of the species Capsicum annuum with a relatively mild degree of spiciness

Kipu-salata-tene-natinu-se [curve+vegetable+{hot-object}+nation.] proper n. Chile

kipu-sapite [curve+copulation.] n. kinky sex

kipu-satana-kaneke-sata [curve+side+shell+animal.] n. cuttlefish (order Sepioidea)

kipu-seli-kupu [curve+series+edge+{noun-modifier}.] adj. scalloped -- having a series of curves around the edges

kipu-sila [curve+weapon.] n. bow -- curved piece of resilient wood with taut cord to propel arrows

kipu-sunu-sinata [curve+sound+tool.] n. horn (musical instrument)

kipu-tenete-nane [curve+tooth+mammal.] n. solenodon (Solenodontidae)

kipu-tile [curve+body-part+{noun-modifier}.] adj. curvaceous -- having an attractively curved bodily figure

kipu-tuna [curve+{augmentative}.] n. spiral -- a plane curve traced by a point circling about the center but at ever-greater distances from it

kipu-tuna-pata-sane [curve+{augmentative}+water+bread.] n. ravioli

kipu-tuna-sakala [curve+{augmentative}+form.] n. helix, spiral -- a curve that lies on the surface of a cylinder or cone and cuts the element at a constant angle

kisa [From Hindi & Arabic /kisa/.] story, tale -- a narrative account describing incidents or events

kisa-kaki [story+performance.] n. play -- a story made to be enacted

kisa-kaki-kani [story+performance+garment.] n. costume -- a manner of dress representing an alternate character, historical period, etc.

kisa-kaki-kitapa [story+performance+book.] n. script -- stage directions and dialogue used to direct the performance of a play

Kisa-kaki-natinu-se [story+performance+nation.] proper n. Greece

kisa-kaki-nesete [story+performance+site.] n. stage

kisa-kaki-nike [story+performance+worker.] n. actor -- a person who performs the role of a character in a play

kisa-kaki-nike-kapita [story+performance+worker+leader.] n. lead actor -- chief actor of the play

kisa-kaki-nike-pupi [story+performance+worker+people-group.] n. cast -- the set of actors performing in a play

kisa-kaki-patate [story+performance+object.] n. property, prop -- an inanimate object used onstage, separate from the scenery

kisa-kaki-pine [story+performance+building.] n. theatre, playhouse -- a building where plays are performed

kisa-kaki-tapula [story+performance+board.] n. stage -- a raised platform on which plays are perfomed

kisa-kaki-tapula-patate [story+performance+board+object.] n. property, prop -- an inanimate object used onstage, separate from the scenery

kisa-kalane [story+communication-unit.] n. plot?

kisa-kasese [story+{abstraction}.] n. narrative

kisa-kesinu [story+science.] n. drama

kisa-lete [story+{diminutive}.] n. anecdote

kisa-nunene [story+name.] n. pseudonym, anonym, nom de guerre -- a fictitious name used when the person performs a particular social role, especially that of author

kisa-tesite [story+desire.] n. story hunger -- an emotional need for fulfillment through narrative fiction in any form (book, television sitcom, movies, etc.)

kisa-tuna [story+{augmentative}.] n. epic

kisa-tuna [story+{augmentative}.] n. idiom - a tall tale, an untrue story told to impress someone, also a legend

kisile [From Russian /kisl/ and Latin 'acidus', extant in Spanish, English, Italian, Esperanto and Novial.] acid -- a substance having a pH of less than 7.0

kisile-kalane [acid+communication-unit.] n. litmus test

kisile-kapina [acid+card.] n. a piece of paper that changes colors when exposed to chemicals, used to determine the pH of a substance

kisile-kasese [acid+{abstraction}.] n. acidity

kisile-kasese [acid+{abstraction}.] n. sourness

kisile-kesinu [acid+science.] n. chemistry

kisile-kune [acid+{opposite}.] n. alkaline

kisile-pala [acid+fruit.] n. acidic fruit -- an acidic fruit such as the lemon, lime or kumquat

kita [From Arabic /gida/.] food -- any substance that can be metabolised by an organism to give energy or build tissue

kita-kaku [food+deficit.] n. starving

kita-kalane [food+communication-unit.] n. menu

kita-kani [food+garment.] n. garnish -- something (such as parsley) added to a dish for flavor or decoration

kita-kanuna [food+law.] n. kosher

kita-kapina [food+card.] n. food stamp -- a card periodically issued to welfare recipients representing just enough money to buy food for the month

kita-kasele [food+fraction.] n. ration -- a fixed portion that is allotted (especially in times of scarcity)

kita-kesinu [food+science.] n. gastronomy

kita-kupake [food+cup.] n. food dish -- a small container for holding food.

kita-kupu [food+edge.] n. crust -- a hard outer layer of food, especially baked goods such as bread or pizza

kitala [Spanish 'guitarra' /gitar-/ has been adopted into every major language, including Mandarin Chinese (/jita/). Present in Arabic, English, Hindi, Russian, Spanish, Italian, German, Dutch, Esperanto, Novial, et al.] guitar -- a stringed instrument usu. having four, five or six strings, played by strumming or picking

kitala-kalane [guitar+communication-unit.] n. sheet music for the guitar

kitala-kelepasi [guitar+festival.] n. concert -- a performance of music by players or singers not involving theatrical staging

kitala-kulete [guitar+string.] n. string -- a tightly stretched cord of wire or gut, which makes sound when plucked, struck, or bowed

kitala-lete [guitar+{diminutive}.] n. ukulele -- a four stringed musical instrument of Hawaiian origin, related to the guitar.

kitala-lete [guitar+{diminutive}.] n. ukulele -- a four stringed musical instrument of Hawaiian origin, related to the guitar

Kitala-natinu-se [guitar+nation.] proper n. Spain

kitala-nine [guitar+fish.] n. guitarfish (Rhinobatus)

kitala-sasane [guitar+government.] n. music industry -- major labels in the music industry, seen as seeking to limit and control distribution of music (through radio as well as Internet)

kita-latu [food+{loud-object}.] n. beans

kitala-tuna [guitar+{augmentative}.] n. bass guitar -- a large guitar with four strings, tuned an octave lower than the regular guitar.

kita-nuni [food+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. starving

kita-nusike [food+rodent.] n. guinea pig, cavy (Cavia)

kitapa [From Arabic /kitab/, with /kit-/ in Roumanian stem 'cit-', "read", and with initial /k-/ in Russian /knig/, "book".] book -- a copy of a written work or composition that has been published on pages bound together

kitapa-kalane [book+communication-unit.] n. blurb? ISBN number? card catalog entry?

kitapa-kali-sise [book+word+system.] n. literary language -- the formal written style of a language, especially that used in its most artistically successful literature

kitapa-kapina [book+card.] n. library card -- a card kept by one with an account for checking out books at a certain library

kitapa-kasese [book+{abstraction}.] n. literature

kitapa-kesinu [book+science.] n. library science

kitapa-kisa [book+story.] n. novel -- a printed and bound book that is an extended work of fiction

kitapa-kune [book+{opposite}.] n. multimedia

kitapa-lane [book+face.] n. book cover

kita-pale [food+blade.] n. sickle, reaping hook, reap hook -- an edge tool for cutting grass or crops; has a curved blade and a short handle

kitapa-lete [book+{diminutive}.] n. booklet, pamphlet

kitapa-nasiku [book+insect.] n. bookworm

kitapa-nasini [book+vehicle.] n. bookmobile

kitapa-palate [book+part.] n. chapter -- a subdivision of a written work, usu. numbered and titled

kitapa-pine [book+building.] n. library -- a room where books are kept

kitapa-senuse [book+sense.] n. reading -- the cognitive process of understanding a written linguistic message

kitapa-telule [book+fear.] n. bibliophobia

kitapa-tuna [book+{augmentative}.] n. tome

kita-pelane [food+plant-organ.] n. leaf -- one of the vein-filled parts of a plant that synthesizes food and lets out water for the plant

kita-pelane-nasiku [food+plant-organ+insect.] n. leaf-insect (family Phylliidae)

kita-pelane-pata [food+plant-organ+water.] n. dew -- drops of water left on the surface of a leaf

kita-pelane-sili [food+plant-organ+bird.] n. leafbird (Chloropsis)

kita-pelane-sutale [food+plant-organ+thread.] n. a vein of a leaf

kita-sike [food+search.] n. hunting -- the search for wild meat

kita-sise [food+system.] n. food chain -- a hierarchy of predators, prey and decomposers

kita-sise-tupe-kune [food+system+top+{opposite}.] n. plankton -- the creatures forming the bottom of the food chain

kita-tepuse [food+time.] n. meal -- the food served and eaten at one time

kita-tepuse [food+time.] n. mealtime

kita-tesite [food+desire.] n. hunger, hungriness -- a physiological need for food; the consequence of food deprivation

ku [From Chinese /ku/, with initial /k-/ in Arabic /kas/ and Romance /kruel/ forms (ultimately from Latin 'crudelis', "cruel", extant in Spanish, English, Hindi (/krur/), et al.] violence -- the use of physical force for the purpose of violating, damaging or abusing people, animals or property

ku-kalane [violence+communication-unit.] n. shout/scream

ku-kesinu [violence+science.] n. criminology

kukitu [From Latin 'cognitio', extant in Spanish, English, et al.] knowledge -- the psychological result of perception, learning and reasoning

kukitu-kalane [knowledge+communication-unit.] n. acknowledgment

kukitu-kesinu [knowledge+science.] n. philosophy

kukitu-kune [knowledge+{opposite}.] n. ignorance

kukitu-kune [knowledge+{opposite}.] n. strange

kukitu-kune-pe [knowledge+{opposite}+person.] n. stranger -- one who does not belong in the environment in which they are found

kukitu-nune-pata-lepeti [knowledge+negation+water+reptile.] n. sea serpent -- any of various long, reptilian monsters allegedly living in seas and lakes

kukitu-nune-sata-kesinu [knowledge+negation+animal+science.] n. cryptozoology -- the study of creatures that although still sighted are of unproven existence

kukitu-nuni [knowledge+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. nescient

kukitu-pe [knowledge+person.] n. acquaintance, friend -- a person with whom you are acquainted

kukitu-pe-seti [knowledge+person+emotion.] n. niceness, kindness, affability -- a disposition to be friendly, congenial and approachable

kukitu-tesite [knowledge+desire+{verb}.] v. S is interested in O.

kukitu-tesite-kasu [knowledge+desire+cause.] n. interest

kukitu-tesite-kasu [knowledge+desire+cause+{noun-modifier}.] adj. interesting

kukitu-tesite-kasu [knowledge+desire+cause+{verb}.] v. S is interesting in aspect O to X.

kukitu-tesite-kasu [knowledge+desire+cause+{verb-modifier}.] adv. interestingly

kukitu-tuna [knowledge+{augmentative}.] n. certainty

kukitu-tusane [knowledge+storm.] n. insight, brainstorm, brainwave -- the clear (and often sudden) understanding of a complex situation

kuku [Unknown origin.] lightning -- the flash of light that accompanies an electric discharge in the atmosphere

kuku-kalane [lightning+communication-unit.] n. static from an electrical storm

kuku-kali [lightning+word.] n. wit, humor, humour, witticism, wittiness -- a message whose ingenuity or verbal skill or incongruity has the power to evoke laughter

kuku-kasese [lightning+{abstraction}.] n. flash -- a sudden, short, intense display of light

kuku-kasese [lightning+{abstraction}.] n. gigawatts

kuku-katipa [lightning+bar.] n. lightning rod

kuku-kesu [lightning+running movement.] n. dash, sprint -- a quick run

kuku-kuku-kune [lightning+lightning+{opposite}.] n. lightning and thunder

kuku-kune [lightning+{opposite}.] n. non-conductive material

kuku-kune [lightning+{opposite}.] n. thunder

kuku-kune-sunu-sinata [lightning+{opposite}+sound+tool.] n. timpani, kettledrums

kuku-lete [lightning+{diminutive}.] n. spark

kuku-lete [lightning+{diminutive}.] n. static

kuku-lete [lightning+{diminutive}.] n. thunderbolt, thunderstone -- a flash of lightning conceived of as a bolt, dart or stone hurled from the heavens

kuku-nasini [lightning+vehicle.] n. panzer

ku-kune [violence+{opposite}.] n. gentleness -- mildness of manner or disposition

kuku-pale [lightning+blade.] n. cattle prod -- a usually electrified pointed object designed for driving cattle.

kuku-puluni [lightning+full container.] n. generator -- engine that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy by electromagnetic induction

kuku-sili [lightning+bird.] n. (mythical) thunderbird

kuku-sunu [lightning+sound.] n. thunder -- the sound typically accompanying lightning in a storm

kuku-telule [lightning+fear.] n. keraunophobia

Kuku-tine-se [lightning+day.] proper n. Thursday (or duevdin)

kuku-tuna [lightning+{augmentative}.] n. sheet lightning

kula [From Arabic /kura/.] sphere -- three-dimensional closed surface such that each point is equidistant from another

kula-kelepe [sphere+play.] n. athletics -- an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition

kula-kene-kelepe [sphere+hole+play.] n. pool, billiards -- any of several games played on a rectangular cloth-covered table with cushioned edges in which long tapering cue sticks are used to propel ivory or composition balls

kula-kesinu [sphere+science.] n. spherical geometry

kula-kuku [sphere+lightning.] n. ball lightning

kula-kunapale-pete [sphere+multiplication+foot.] n. millipede (class Diplopoda)

kula-nasini [sphere+vehicle.] n. a small transparent plastic globe for a rodent or other small animal to run around inside.

kula-nasini [sphere+vehicle.] n. gerbil globe -- a transparent sphere a rodent can maneuver around

kula-nu-kelu-pete [sphere+one+four+foot.] n. pillbug -- an isopod capable of rolling up into a ball

kula-pusi-pe [sphere+use+person.] n. ball player

kula-sata [sphere+animal.] n. tribble

kula-sinata [sphere+tool.] n. bat, stick, racket/racquet -- any ball-hitting tool

kula-sinata-sisi [sphere+tool+movement.] n. strike -- pitch that the batter misses and/or pitch within the strike zone that the batter does not hit

kula-sinata-sisi-kula [sphere+tool+movement+sphere.] n. hit -- successful stroke of the bat

kula-sisi [sphere+movement+{verb}.] v. roll -- to move along in the manner a ball-shaped object does

kula-sisi-kune-pe [sphere+movement+{opposite}+person.] n. catcher -- person stationed behind home plate that catches pitched balls

kula-sisi-nala [sphere+movement+disparagement.] n. foul -- ball struck with the bat that does not stay within the foul lines on the field

kula-sisi-pe [sphere+movement+person.] n. pitcher -- person who throws the ball toward the batter

Kula-sunu-sinata-se [sphere+sound+tool.] proper n. Helmholtz resonator

kuleke [correct+{verb}.] v. S is correct about O.

kuleke [From Latin 'corect-', extant in Spanish, English, et al.] correct -- the state of being free from errors or mistakes

kuleke-kalane [correct+communication-unit.] n. etiquette

kuleke-kasese [correct+{abstraction}.] n. nicety -- conformity with some esthetic standard of correctness or propriety

kuleke-kune [correct+{opposite}.] n. incorrect -- the state of having errors or mistakes

kuleke-kune [correct+{opposite}.] n. wrong -- not right

kuleke-kune [correct+{opposite}.] n. wrong, incorrect -- not correct [aj

kuleke-kune-kasese [correct+{opposite}+{abstraction}.] n. error; problem -- thing wrong with something

kuleke-lete [correct+{diminutive}.] n. rightness -- accordance with accepted standards of usage or procedure

kuleke-tenete [correct+tooth.] n. orthodonture (c.f. dentcorect)

kuleke-tuna [correct+{augmentative}.] n. rightness -- accordance with conscience or morality

kulepe [From Russian /koleb/, with initial /k-/ in Arabic /khaz/ and Hindi /khil/.] oscillation -- movement or swinging from side to side regularly; as of a pendulum

kulepe-kalane [oscillation+communication-unit.] n. communication by radio

kulepe-kasese [oscillation+{abstraction}.] n. indecision

kulepe-kesinu [oscillation+science.] n. phonology

kulepe-kiki-sinata [oscillation+measure+tool.] n. oscillometer

kulepe-kune [oscillation+{opposite}.] n. person who has very strong opinions, and will probably foist them on you whether you like it or not

kulepe-lape [oscillation+lamp.] n. stroboscope, strobe, strobe light -- instrument that provides a flashing light synchronized with the periodic movement of an object; can make moving object appear stationary

kulepe-lete [oscillation+{diminutive}.] n. casual fence-sitter -- a person who has no strong opinions on the given topic; someone who could go either way

kulepe-nana [oscillation+electricity.] n. A/C

kulepe-napine [oscillation+{frequent-event}.] n. high frequency

kulepe-sunu-sinata [oscillation+sound+tool.] n. bell

kulepe-tile [oscillation+body-part.] n. uvula

kulepe-tuna [oscillation+{augmentative}.] n. determined fence-sitter -- person who refuses to take any stand on the given topic

kulepu [From Spanish 'cuerpo de agua'.] body of water -- part of the earth's surface covered with water

kulepu-kune [body-of-water+{opposite}.] n. island

kulepu-kune [body-of-water+{opposite}.] n. land mass

Kulepu-kune-natinu-lete-se [body-of-water+{opposite}+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Hawaii

kulepu-kune-tuna [body-of-water+{opposite}+{augmentative}.] n. continent

kulepu-nasini [body-of-water+vehicle.] n. boat

kulepu-nusika [body of water+music.] n. burbling, rippling, babbling, guggling, bubble, gurgle -- flow in an irregular current with a bubbling noise, as of water; "babbling brooks"

kulepu-panupu [body-of-water+bamboo.] n. cattail

kulepu-sisana [body-of-water+horse.] n. hippopotamus

kulete [From Greek 'khorde', extant in Latin, Spanish, Italian, English, Dutch, Novial, et al.] string, thread -- a lightweight cord, typically used for weaving, fastening, tying or lacing

kulete-kanete [string+fastener.] n. knot - any of various fastenings by tying a cord upon itself or to another cord or object

kulete-kanete [thread+fastener+{v.}.] v. sew, run up, sew together, stitch -- fasten by sewing; do needlework

kulete-kanete-kelupe [string+fastener+group.] n. bundle -- a collection of things wrapped or tied together

kulete-kasese [string+{abstraction}.] n. string -- a collection of objects threaded on a single strand

kulete-kelupe [string+group.] n. cushion -- a soft bag filled with air or a mass of padding such as feathers, foam, rubber, etc.

kulete-kelupe-pine [string+group+building.] n. tent -- a portable shelter of leather, canvas or other fabric stretched over a framework of poles

kulete-kulete [string+string.] n. rope -- a strong cord made of two or more other cords twisted together

kulete-kune [string+{opposite}.] n. chain

kulete-kupu [string+edge.] n. fringe -- edging consisting of hanging threads or tassels

kulete-lete [string+{diminutive}.] n. thread -- a fine cord of twisted fibers (of cotton, silk, wool, nylon, etc.) used in sewing or weaving

kulete-nikule [string+tiny object/event.] n. tendon, sinew -- a cord or band of inelastic tissue connecting a muscle with its bony attachment

kulete-nutuse [thread+node.] n. stitch -- a link or loop or knot made by drawing a threaded needle through a fabric

kulete-pitakesulina [string+alphabet.] n. quipu -- a system of recording messages and representing words and numbers by tying knots in certain patterns

kulete-pusata [string+mail.] n. parcel, bundle -- some mail wrapped, boxed or tied together

kulete-sasute [string+container.] n. spool -- reel upon which thread, tape, film or other flexible materials can be wound

kulete-sila [string+weapon.] n. whip -- instrument with a handle and flexible lash that is used for whipping

kulete-sila-sili [string+weapon+bird.] n. whipbird (Psophodes)

kulete-sinata [string+tool.] n. needle -- a sharp, pointed, usu. steel instrument

kulete-sinata-nine [string+tool+fish.] n. needlefish

kulete-suli [string+connection+{verb}.] v. knit -- make textiles by linking yarn threads together [v

kulete-suli-sasute [string+connection+container.] n. basket -- a container, usu. woven, usu. has handles

kulete-sunu-sinata [string+sound+tool.] n. stringed musical instrument

kulete-tuna [string+{augmentative}.] n. cord -- a cable made of twisted twine, fibers or threads

kulete-tuna [string+{augmentative}.] n. rope -- a strong cord made of two or more other cords twisted together

kulisu [From Russian /koliso/, with /kol/- used in most other Slavic languages.] wheel -- a simple machine of a circular frame that can rotate on a shaft or axle

kulisu-kasese [wheel+{abstraction}.] n. locomotion

kulisu-kulete [wheel+string.] n. pulley -- a simple machine consisting of a wheel with a groove in which a rope can run to change the direction or point of application of a force applied to a rope

kulisu-kune [wheel+{opposite}.] n. axle

kulisu-lete [wheel+{diminutive}.] n. gear

kulisu-nasini [wheel+vehicle.] n. wheelbarrow

kulisu-sasale [wheel+tree.] n. rubber -- latex from trees

kulisu-sata [wheel+animal.] n. rotifer

kulisu-sunu-sinata [wheel+sound+tool.] n. roto-tom -- a kind of tom-tom which can vary its pitch

kulisu-tuna [wheel+{augmentative}.] n. tire, tyre

kulisu-tusane [wheel+storm.] n. hurricane -- a large storm associated with strong rotating wind currents

kulule [Latin 'color', extant in English 'color', Spanish 'colour', Italian 'colore', Dutch 'kleur', Esperanto 'koloro' and Novial 'kolore'.] color -- a visual attribute of things that results from the light they emit, transmit or reflect

Kulule-kalane-se [color+communication-unit.] proper n. RGB value

kulule-kalape-lepeti [color+change+reptile.] n. chameleon -- lizard of Africa and Madagascar able to change skin color and having a projectile tongue

kulule-kane-tile [color+sight+body-part.] n. iris -- muscular diaphragm that controls the size of the pupil; it forms the colored portion of the eye

kulule-kasese [color+{abstraction}.] n. notation of visual wavelengths

kulule-kasese [color+{abstraction}.] n. saturation, chroma, intensity, vividness -- chromatic purity: freedom from dilution with white and hence vividness of hue

kulule-kesinu [color+science.] n. art science

kulule-kesinu [color+science.] n. chromatology

kulule-kune [color+{opposite}.] n. monochrome -- something having or appearing to have only one color

kulule-kune [color+{opposite}.] n. not having color

kulule-lepeti [color+reptile.] n. chameleon -- lizard of Africa and Madagascar able to change skin color and having a projectile tongue

kulule-lete [color+{diminutive}.] n. darkness, dimness, subduedness -- the property of lacking brilliance

kulule-lete [color+{diminutive}.] n. having or being of a small amount of colors or tones

kulule-nasiku [color+insect.] n. butterfly -- diurnal insect typically having a slender body with knobbed antennae and broad colorful wings

kulule-nati [color+matter.] n. pigment -- a substance that provides coloring

kulule-nuni [color+absence.] n. achromatism

kulule-sisana [color+horse.] n. horse of a different color

kulule-telule [color+fear.] n. chromatophobia

kulule-tuna [color+{augmentative}.] n. luminosity, brightness, luminance, luminousness, light -- the quality of being luminous; emitting or reflecting light

kulule-tuna [color+{augmentative}.] n. that which applies color

kulupe [From Russian /glubok/, with initial /g-/ in Hindi /gakhr/.] deep object -- something with relatively great extent downward, backward or inward [scalar]

kulupe-kasese [{deep-object}+{abstraction}.] n. depth -- extent downward, backward or inward [scalar

kulupe-kiki [{deep-object}+measure.] n. meter (m)

kulupe-kiki-sinata [{deep-object}+measure+tool.] n. bathymeter

kulupe-kune [{deep-object}+{opposite}.] n. shallow object -- something with relatively minor extent downward, backward or inward [scalar

kulupe-nasini [{deep-object}+vehicle.] n. submarine

kuna [From Latin 'comparare', extant in Spanish and English, with initial /k-/ in Arabic /karan/.] comparison -- examining resemblences or differences

kuna-kalane [comparison+communication-unit.] n. critique

kuna-kasese [comparison+{abstraction}.] n. discrimination

kuna-kasese [comparison+{abstraction}.] n. evaluation -- the act of comparing

kuna-kasese [comparison+{abstraction}.] n. reasoning from a similar case

kuna-kune [comparison+{opposite}.] n. dissimilar

kuna-kune [comparison+{opposite}.] n. recognition -- the act of accepting that items are identical without comparing them

kuna-lete [comparison+{diminutive}.] n. glance

kuna-lete [comparison+{diminutive}.] n. less -- smaller in amount or degree

kuna-lete [comparison+{diminutive}.] n. less in comparison

kuna-lete [comparison+{diminutive}.] n. lesser in comparison -- an item that is lesser in some extent than what it is being compared to

kuna-lete [comparison+{diminutive}.] n. similar

kuna-lete [comparison+{diminutive}+{verb-modifier}.] adv. less -- to a smaller degree

kuna-lete-kelupe-palate [comparison+{diminutive}+group+part.] n. minority -- being or relating to the smaller in number of two parts

kuna-na [comparison+{preposition}.] postp. than, compared to

kunane [Blend of Spanish /kom/ and Old French 'mangier', extant in English ('manger'), Italian, Esperanto and Novial, with initial /k-/ in Hindi /kha/.] eating -- the act of taking in solid food

kunane-kalane [eating+communication-unit.] n. recipe

kunane-kasese [eating+{abstraction}.] n. consumption (process whereby something is used up until there is no more)

kunane-kasese [eating+{abstraction}.] n. digestion -- the organic process by which food is converted into substances that can be absorbed into the body

kunane-kasese [eating+{abstraction}.] n. material having to do with eating or with food

kunane-kasese [eating+{abstraction}.] n. nutrition

kunane-kasese [eating+{abstraction}+{verb}.] v. assimilate -- to completely incorporate something into your being; as a good student with a book, or the Borg with Captain Picard

kunane-kasese-tile [eating+{abstraction}+body-part.] n. stomach -- the part of the body central to the digestive system

kunane-kesinu [eating+science.] n. gastrology

kunane-kune [eating+{opposite}.] n. fasting -- going without food (even for a short time period)

kunane-kune [eating+{opposite}.] n. regurgitating

kunane-kune [eating+{opposite}.] n. starving -- going without food because of want

kunane-kune [eating+{opposite}.] n. vomiting

kunane-kune [eating+{opposite}+{noun-modifier}.] adj. hungry

kunane-kune [eating+{opposite}+{verb}.] v. throwing up

kunane-kune-saluta-kune [eating+{opposite}+health+{opposite}.] n. anorexia

kunane-kune-sili [eating+{opposite}+bird.] n. jaeger

kunane-lete [eating+{diminutive}.] n. drink -- ingestion of liquid

kunane-lete [eating+{diminutive}.] n. eating only a little, a small portion of food

kunane-lete [eating+{diminutive}.] n. nibble

kunane-lete [eating+{diminutive}.] n. nibbling - on a sandwich, a cookie, on a girlfriend's ear.

kunane-lete [eating+{diminutive}.] n. snacking -- the act of eating lightly, as between meals

kunane-lete [eating+{diminutive}.] n. taste (the sensation resulting from trying a food for flavor)

kunane-liku [eating+liquid.] n. beverage -- a liquid prepared with the intent of being drunk

kunane-nuni [eating+absence.] n. the act of fasting

kunane-pasala [eating+market.] n. food court -- a place inside a mall where many restaurants are located together

kunane-pine [eating+building.] n. restaurant -- a place where food is served to the public

kunane-pine-lete [eating+building+{diminutive}.] n. fast-food restaurant -- restaurants serving a comparatively limited menu of standardized food for consumption on the premises or elsewhere; in the U.S., often have drive-thru windows

kunane-sanile [eating+beauty.] n. delicious -- pleasing to the sense of taste

kunane-sasu-nine [eating+risk+fish.] n. blowfish

kunane-sasu-nine-lele [eating+risk+fish+{masculine}.] n. fugu -- the possibly fatal meat of the blowfish

kunane-tuna [eating+{augmentative}.] n. eating utensil

kunane-tuna [eating+{augmentative}.] n. feast

kunane-tuna [eating+{augmentative}.] n. feasting, banqueting -- eating an elaborate meal (often accompanied by entertainment)

kunane-tuna [eating+{augmentative}.] n. gluttony

kunane-tuna [eating+{augmentative}.] n. gulping

kunane-tuna [eating+{augmentative}+{verb}.] v. to wolf down -- when you completely mow something down, like a starved yak, or a surfer with the munchies

kunane-tuna-kasese [eating+{augmentative}+{abstraction}.] n. gluttony

kunapale [From Hindi /gunanpal/.] multiplication -- an arithmetic computation that is the inverse of division; the product of numbers is computed

kunapale [multiplication+{noun-modifier}.] adj. many

kunapale-kalane [multiplication+communication-unit.] n. multiplication problem

Kunapale-kulule-kani-natinu-se [multiplication+color+garment+nation.] proper n. Puerto Rico

kunapale-kune [multiplication+{opposite}.] n. division

kunapale-palate-kupe-kunase [multiplication+part+cover+cloth.] n. quilt

kunapale-pete [multiplication+foot.] n. myriapod -- arthropods with segmented bodies, one pair of antennae and nine or more pairs of legs, such as the centipede or millipede

kunapale-pitakesulina [multiplication+alphabet+{noun-modifier}.] adj. multialphabetic -- describing a language (such as Japanese or Ancient Egyptian) that combines multiple writing systems

kunapale-pitina [multiplication+mark+{noun-modifier}.] adj. spotted -- marked or stained with spots

kunapale-tine [multiplication+day.] n. year

kunase [From Arabic /kumash/, with initial /k-/ in English 'cloth' /kloth/ and Hindi /kapna/.] cloth, fabric -- something made by weaving, felting, knitting or crocheting natural or synthetic fibres

kunase-kalase [cloth+cross+{verb}.] v. weave

kunase-kalase-sili [cloth+cross+bird.] n. weaver

kunase-kesinu [cloth+science.] n. knitting, weaving, crochet, &c

kunase-tatu [cloth+arachnid.] n. spider -- any arachnid of the order Aranea

kunase-tile [cloth+body-part.] n. spinneret

kuna-tuna [comparison+{augmentative}.] n. benchmark

kuna-tuna [comparison+{augmentative}.] n. greater in comparison -- an item that is greater in some extent than what it is being compared to

kuna-tuna [comparison+{augmentative}.] n. greater in comparison

kuna-tuna [comparison+{augmentative}.] n. identical

kuna-tuna [comparison+{augmentative}+{verb}.] v. Agent A is greater in comparison than patient P in regards to focus F.

kuna-tuna-kelupe-palate [comparison+{augmentative}+group+part.] n. majority -- the property resulting from being or relating to the greater in number of two parts; the main part

kune [From Latin 'contra-', extant in English, et al.] opposite extreme, polar opposite -- the direct contrast

kune-kasese [{opposite}+{abstraction}.] n. contrast, direct contrast -- the opposition or dissimilarity of things that are compared

kune-kune [{opposite}+{opposite}.] n. same extreme -- similar to something, rather than in contrast to it

kune-lete [{opposite}+{diminutive}.] n. low end -- the low end of a scale; for instance, absolute zero for temperature

Kune-pulape-kali-sise-se [noun-modifier}+east+word+system+{verb}.] proper n. Euroclone -- a language specifically borrowing words and structures from European languages, especially Western European languages, especially Romance languages

kunete [condition+{preposition}+{opposite}.] cl. modif. if

kunete [condition+{verb}.] v. if on condition that...; supposing that...

kunete [condition+{verb}.] v. if

kunete [From Latin 'condition', extant in English and Spanish, et al.] condition, state, status -- the way something is in respect to its main attributes

kunete-kalane [condition+communication-unit.] n. if statement (programming term)

kunete-kasese [condition+{abstraction}.] n. temperament

kunete-kiki [condition+measure+{verb}.] v. test, assess

kunete-kune [condition+{opposite}.] n. converse

kunete-kune [condition+{opposite}.] n. irrelevant

kunete-kune [condition+{opposite}+{verb}.] v. else

kunete-kune-kunete [condition+{opposite}+condition+{verb}.] v. elseif

kunete-lete [condition+{diminutive}.] n. condition, precondition, stipulation -- an assumption on which rests the validity or effect of something else

kunete-lete [condition+{diminutive}.] n. point of location

kunete-tuna [condition+{augmentative}.] n. category

kunete-tuna [condition+{augmentative}.] n. status, position -- the relative position or standing of things, especially of persons in a society

kune-tuna [{opposite}+{augmentative}.] n. high end -- the high end of a scale; for instance, the hottest degree temperature imaginable for the temperature scale

kune-tupe-lapati-nasi [bottom(opposite+top)+washing/cleaning+machine.] n. vac, vacuum, vacuum cleaner, hoover -- an electrical home appliance that cleans by suction; typically used to clean rugs and floors

kune-tusane [{opposite}+storm.] n. tornado, twister -- a localized and violently destructive windstorm occurring over land characterized by a funnel-shaped cloud extending toward the ground

kunune [communication+{verb}.] v. communicate -- convey information or ideas

kunune [From Latin 'comunicare', extant in Spanish, English, Italian, Esperanto, Novial, et al., with intial /k-/ in Arabic /kalam/.] communication -- the activity of exchanging information

kunune-kasese [communication+{abstraction}.] n. medium -- an intervening substance through which signals can travel as a means for communication

kunune-kesinu [communication+science.] n. rhetoric

kunune-kune [communication+{opposite}.] n. uncommunicativeness -- the activity of purposefully not exchanging information

kunune-lete [communication+{diminutive}.] n. message -- a communication (usually brief) that is written or spoken or signaled

kunune-napase [communication+competition.] n. debate, disputation -- the formal presentation of and opposition to a stated proposition (usually followed by a vote)

kunune-nuni [communication+absence.] n. noncommunication

kunune-sapili-nuni [communication+ability+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. incommunicado

kunune-sisi-nune-sapili [communication+movement+negation+ability.] n. mutism -- paralysis of voice, inability to speak

kunune-tile-lete [communication+body-part+{diminutive}.] n. synapse

kunune-tuna [communication+{augmentative}.] n. discussion, treatment, discourse -- an extended communication (often interactive) dealing with some particular topic

ku-nuni [violence+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. resorting to nonviolence (like Gandhi)

ku-nupile [violence+furniture.] n. rack, wheel -- an instrument of torture that stretches or disjoints or mutilates victims

kunuse [From Russian, German, Dutch and Esperanto /konus-/, with initial /kon-/ in Spanish, English, Italian and Novial forms.] cone -- a shape whose base is round and whose sides taper up to a point

kunuse-kaneke-nu-pete [cone+shell+one+foot.] n. limpet -- marine gastropod mollusks characteristically having a conical shell, such as the families Acmaeidae and Patellidae

kunuse-kapase [cone+jump.] n. volcanic eruption, eruption -- the sudden occurrence of a violent discharge of steam and volcanic material

kunuse-kaputa-kani-tuna [cone+head+garment+{augmentative}.] n. coolie hat -- a steep, conical straw hat associated with peasants in Asian nations

kunuse-kasese [cone+{abstraction}.] n. plane curve -- a curve formed by a conic section, such as a hyperbola, parabola, ellipse or circle

kunuse-kesinu [cone+science.] n. solid geometry

kunuse-lete [cone+{diminutive}.] n. conic section -- the intersection of a right circular cone and a plane

kunuse-nase-nine [cone+nose+fish.] n. whiting (family Sillaginidae)

kunuse-netale-sunu-sinata [cone+metal+sound+tool.] n. tuba

kunuse-palana [cone+plant.] n. calla lily -- a flower of the genus Arum, with a cone-shaped petal twisted to surround the pollen-covered stigma

kunuse-pisuke-sasale [cone+{high-object}+tree.] n. cedar, cedar tree, true cedar -- any cedar of the genus Cedrus

kunuse-sasale [cone+tree.] n. conifer -- any gymnospermous tree or shrub bearing cones

kunuse-sunu-sinata [cone+sound+tool.] n. megaphone

kunuse-tuna [cone+{augmentative}.] n. conic projection -- method of mapping the Earth's spherical surface to a cone, which is then flattened to a plane surface

kupake [From Arabic /kub/ and Russian /kubak/, both from Late Latin 'cuppa', also borrowed into Spanish, English and Dutch; initial /k-/ in Hindi /kator/.] cup -- a small open container usu. used for drinking

kupake-lapati-nasi [cup+washing/cleaning+machine.] n. dishwasher, dish washer, dishwashing machine -- a machine for washing dishes

kupake-tile [cup+body-part.] n. bladder

kupake-tile-kutule [cup+body-part+control.] n. bladder control -- ability to postpone emission of urine

kupake-tuna [cup+{augmentative}.] n. bowl -- dish that is round and open at the top for holding liquids, foods or tobacco

kupate [From Late Latin 'combattere', extant in Romance (French, Spanish) and English, with initial /k-/ in Arabic.] fight, combat, conflict -- a conflict between opposing groups, in which each attempts to gain power over the other

kupate-kalane [fight+communication-unit.] n. attempt to block communication

kupate-kasese [fight+{abstraction}.] n. competition, contention, rivalry -- the act of contending for something

kupate-kesinu [fight+science.] n. aerodynamics

kupate-kune [fight+{opposite}.] n. peacemaking -- ending or attempting to end ostilities

kupate-lete [fight+{diminutive}.] n. skirmish, clash -- a brief hostile encounter, happening in less than a day

kupate-nasala [fight+source.] n. instigator, provoker, inciter, instigant, firebrand -- someone who deliberately foments trouble

kupate-nasini [fight+vehicle.] n. armored personnel carrier

kupate-pele [fight+interval.] n. turn, bout, round -- a period of play in sports during which one team is on the offensive

kupate-pusata [fight+mail.] n. flame, flame mail -- an email message intended to insult and provoke

kupate-sisana [fight+horse.] n. warhorse

Kupate-tine-se [fight+day.] proper n. Tuesday

kupate-tuna [fight+{augmentative}.] n. battle -- a long or otherwise sustained hostile encounter, happening over the course of weeks

kupe [From English 'cover', with initial /k-/ in Russian /kriv/.] cover -- something that serves to protect or conceal something

kupe-kasese [cover+{abstraction}.] n. protection

kupe-kune [cover+{opposite}.] n. core

kupe-lete [cover+{diminutive}.] n. condom (euphemistic)

kupe-lete [cover+{diminutive}.] n. scale -- a small, flat unit that overlaps to form a protective covering

kupe-lete-kaneke-nane [cover+{diminutive}+shell+mammal.] n. pangolin (Manidae)

kupe-nuku-nanese-lepeti [cover+mouth+meat+reptile.] n. alligator (family Alligatoridae)

kupe-pakute [cover+weather.] n. fog -- droplets of water vapor suspended in the air near the ground

kupe-palana [cover+plant.] n. cover, scrub -- plants that provide cover and shade for birds and small animals

kupe-tuna [cover+{augmentative}.] n. atmosphere

kupi [copy+{verb}.] v. copy -- duplicate

kupi [From Medieval Latin 'copia', extant in Russian, Romance (Spanish and Italian), Germanic (English, Dutch) and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial). (Arabic root /k-l-d/.)] copy, a duplicate -- a reproduction of something

kupi-kasese [copy+{abstraction}.] n. emulation -- effort to equal or surpass another

kupi-kune [copy+{opposite}.] n. original -- something preceding all others in time or being as first made or performed

kupi-kune [copy+{opposite}.] n. original, archetype, pilot -- the model on which something is patterned

kupi-lete [copy+{diminutive}.] n. imitation, reproduction -- something that has been replicated

kupi-lete-nala [copy+{diminutive}+disparagement.] n. imitation, counterfeit,

kupi-nuni [copy+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. unique

kupi-nutu-nane [copy+death+mammal.] n. opossum (Didelphidae)

kupi-sili [copy+bird.] n. mocking bird or starling

kupi-sili [copy+bird.] n. mockingbird (Mimus)

kupi-suna-pe [copy+choice+person.] n. a yes man

kupi-sunu-sinata [copy+sound+tool.] n. tape recorder

kupi-tuna [copy+{augmentative}.] n. clone -- something that has been replicated down to the finest detail

kupu [Blend of Hindi /kor/ with Germanic /bor/ (from *border, extant in French, Italian, English and Novial). Initial /k-/ strengthened by Russian /krai/.] edge -- the boundary of a surface

kupu-kalane [edge+communication-unit.] n. incomplete note

kupu-kane-tile-nine [edge+sight+body-part+fish.] n. blenny (suborder Blennioidei)

kupu-kasese [edge+{abstraction}.] n. boundary, bound, bounds -- the line or plane indicating the limit or extent of something

kupu-kune [edge+{opposite}.] n. core -- the center of an object

kupu-lete [edge+{diminutive}.] n. molding, moulding, frame -- a decorative recessed or relieved surface

kupu-nalake [edge+milk.] n. a skirt of milk

kupu-nuni [edge+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. being without corners or ends (for instance, Columbus knew the Earth was corbbeza)

kupu-pale [edge+blade.] n. double-edged sword -- a sword with a blade that has two cutting edges

kupute [From /komp-/ and /kamp-/ forms used in Russian, Germanic (English, German, Dutch), Italian and Esperanto.] computer -- a programmable electronic machine that automatically performs mathematical and logical calculations

kupute-kalane-sikulu [computer+communication-unit+circle.] n. disc/disk -- memory device consisting of a flat disc covered with a magnetic coating on which information is stored

kupute-kali-sise [computer+word+system.] n. programming language, programing language -- a language designed for writing algorithms to be executed by computers

kupute-kane [computer+sight.] n. screen, monitor -- a device that takes signals from a computer and displays them on a CRT screen

kupute-kasese [computer+{abstraction}.] n. computing -- the activity of using computers

kupute-kesinu [computer+science.] n. computer+science

kupute-kune [computer+{opposite}.] n. manual computing tool -- a non-electronic device for doing calculations, such as an abacus or slide rule

kupute-lete [computer+{diminutive}.] n. handheld computer -- a pocket-sized computer, such as a PDA (Personal Digital Assistant) or organizer; includes calculators as a limited subset

kupute-napine [computer+frequent event.] n. crash -- an event that causes a computer system to become inoperative (computer science)

kupute-nasi [computer+machine.] n. hardware -- the physical components of a computer system

kupute-nasini [computer+vehicle.] n. probe -- a computer controlled vehicle

Kupute-nete-nete-se [computer+net+net.] proper n. Internet -- worldwide network of computer networks using TCP/IP to facilitate data transmission and exchange

kupute-neti [computer+mind.] n. calculation, mental reckoning -- planning something carefully and intentionally

kupute-nuni [computer+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. technologically stuck in the nineteenth century; stuck with hopelessly obsolete technology

kupute-nusike [computer+rodent.] n. mouse -- a hand-operated device that moves the cursor on a computer screen

kupute-palate-pane [computer+part+flag.] n. setting -- the position, direction, or way in which something, such as an automatic control, is set

kupute-pikuta [computer+picture.] n. graphics -- pictoral representation and manipulation of data by a computer [npl

kupute-pikuta-kune [computer+picture+{opposite}.] n. icon -- a graphic symbol (usually a simple picture) that denotes a program or a command or a data file or a concept in a graphical user interface

kupute-pikuta-tunu [computer+picture+atom.] n. pixel

Kupute-pitakesulina-se [computer+alphabet.] proper n. ASCII

kupute-pusata [computer+mail.] n. e-mail -- system of world-wide electronic mailing

kupute-sunu-sinata [computer+sound+tool.] n. digital synthesizer, sampler, or sound card

kupute-tele-kane [computer+{far-object}+sight.] n. screen, monitor -- a device that takes signals from a computer and displays them on a CRT screen

kupute-telule [computer+fear.] n. technophobia

kupute-tuna [computer+{augmentative}.] n. multi-user computer -- a computer that serves multiple users

kupu-tuna [edge+{augmentative}.] n. margin, border, perimeter -- the boundary line or the area immediately inside the boundary

ku-sanata [violence+hand.] n. fist

kuse [From Spanish /kos/, with initial /k-/ in English 'cook'.] food preparation -- the act of readying food for eating, typically by cooking

kuse-kalane [food-preparation+communication-unit.] n. recipe

kuse-kesinu [food-preparation+science.] n. cookery

kuse-kesinu [food-preparation+science.] n. gastronomy

kuse-kisile [food-preparation+acid.] n. pickling juice

Kuse-kisile-salata-natinu-se [food-preparation+acid+vegetable+nation.] proper n. Korea

kuse-kulisu [food-preparation+wheel.] n. turntable, lazy Susan -- a revolving tray placed on a dining table

kuse-kunane [food preparation+eating.] n. food preparation eating -- when the cook samples some of the food he or she is preparing

kuse-liku [food-preparation+liquid.] n. any of various cooking "oils"

kusete [From Russian /kost/, with /-ost/ reinforced by Greek 'osteon', "bone" (extant in English osteo-, Esperanto 'osto', et al).] bone, os -- rigid connective tissue that makes up the skeleton of vertebrates

Kusete-kalane-se [bone+communication-unit.] proper n. X-ray

kusete-kesinu [bone+science.] n. osteology

kusete-kune [bone+{opposite}.] n. cartilage

kusete-kune-nine [bone+{opposite}+fish.] n. selachian -- any fish of the class Chondrichthyes, including sharks, rays, skates and chimaeras

kuse-tene-sasute [food-preparation+{hot-object}+container.] n. oven

kuse-tene-sasute-sili [food-preparation+{hot-object}+container+bird.] n. ovenbird (Furnariidae)

kusete-nine [bone+fish.] n. bonefish (genus Albula)

kusete-nuni [bone+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. boneless

Kusete-pikuta-se [bone+picture.] proper n. X-ray -- a photograph of a person or animal taken with X-rays

kusulu [From Arabic /kuhul/, which has been adopted (with its definite article, 'al') into Russian, Hindi, English, Spanish, German, Dutch, Esperanto, Novial, et al.] alcohol -- any of a series of volatile hydroxyl compounds made from hydrocarbons by distillation

kusulu-kalane [alcohol+communication-unit.] n. an unclear message/voice

kusulu-kalusa [alcohol+love.] n. alcoholism

kusulu-kalusa-nutu [alcohol+love+death.] n. death from alcoholism

kusulu-kasele [alcohol+fraction.] n. proof -- a measure of alcoholic strength expressed as an integer twice the percentage of alcohol present (by volume)

kusulu-kasese [alcohol+{abstraction}.] n. intoxication

kusulu-kesinu [alcohol+science.] n. zymology

kusulu-kiki-sinata [alcohol+measure+tool.] n. breathalyzer

kusulu-kune [alcohol+{opposite}.] n. drugs

kusulu-nuni [alcohol+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. non-alcoholic (as of a beverage)

kusulu-nutule-liku [alcohol+motor+liquid.] n. gasohol -- a car fuel derived from alcohol

kusulu-taketu [alcohol+touch.] n. giddy

kusune [From Greek 'kosmos', extant in Russian, English, et al.] outer space -- any region of space outside Earth's atmosphere

Kusune-kanela-se [outer-space+room.] proper n. Vacuum chamber

kusune-kesinu [outer-space+science.] n. astronomy

kusune-liku-kita [outer-space+liquid+food.] n. non-solid food wrapped in silver packages, of the type carried along by astronauts

kusune-nasini [outer-space+vehicle.] n. rocket -- a tower-shaped vehicle designed to travel to the upper atmosphere or to outer space

kusune-nasini [outer-space+vehicle.] n. spacecraft

kusune-sekupe-nine [outer-space+watcher+fish.] n. stargazer (family Uranoscopidae)

kusune-sine [outer-space+scale.] n. astronomical scale

kusune-tele-kiki [outer-space+{far-object}+measure.] n. light year

kusune-tele-kiki [outer-space+{far-object}+measure.] n. light-year

kusune-tele-kiki-lete [outer-space+{far-object}+measure+{diminutive}.] n. astronomical unit -- the mean distance between planet Earth and the Sun.

kusune-tele-kiki-lete [outer-space+{far-object}+measure+{diminutive}.] n. astronomical unit

kutane [From Arabic /kudam/.] front -- the forward part or surface of something

kutane-kalane [front+communication-unit.] n. preface

kutane-kipu-line-pinise [front+curve+line+ending.] n. pompano

kutane-kune-kusete [front+{opposite}+bone.] n. spine; backbone; spinal cord; spinal chord

kutane-kune-kusete-nuka [front+{opposite}+bone+limb.] n. tail (appendage extending from the spine)

kutane-kune-na [front+{opposite}+{preposition}.] postp. behind -- position preposition

kutane-kune-pete [front+{opposite}+foot.] n. heel -- the back part of the human foot

kutane-kune-satise [front+{opposite}+sitting-position.] n. squat -- sit on one's heels [v

kutane-kune-sisi-na [front+{opposite}+movement+{preposition}.] postp. past (behind) -- motion preposition

kutane-kune-tepuse [front+{opposite}+time+{verb}.] v. exactly when -- clause conjunction

kutane-kune-tepuse-na [front+{opposite}+time+{preposition}.] postp. at (exactly) -- time preposition

kutane-kune-tupe [front+{opposite}+top+{noun-modifier}.] adj. prone

kutane-na [front+{preposition}.] postp. in front of -- position preposition

kutane-na [front+{preposition}.] postp. in front of [pr] -- ahead of the anterior of an object

kutane-nasini [front+vehicle.] n. snowplow

kutane-sisi-na [front+movement+{preposition}.] postp. past (in front of) -- motion preposition

kutane-tepuse [front+time+{verb}.] v. exactly when -- clause conjunction

kutane-tepuse-na [front+time+{preposition}.] postp. at (exactly) -- time preposition

kutane-tupe [front+top+{noun-modifier}.] adj. supine

kutane-tupe-pata-nasiku [front+top+water+insect.] n. backswimmer

ku-tenetele [violence+tendency+{adj.}.] adj. barbarous, brutal, cruel, fell, roughshod, savage, vicious -- able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering (of persons or their actions)

kutu [From Indo-European *okto(u), extant in English 'eight', 'octave', 'octogenarian', 'octopus', et al, extant in Greek and Latin /okto/, in Spanish, Hindi, German, Dutch, Italian, Esperanto and Novial.] eight -- the cardinal number that is the sum of seven and one

kutu-kelu-pe [eight+four+person.] n. 84-year old -- a person who has experienced 84 but not 85 years since birth

kutu-kune [eight+{opposite}.] n. negative eight, -8

kutu-kutu-pe [eight+eight+person.] n. 88-year old -- a person who has experienced 88 but not 89 years since birth

kutule [From English 'control', adopted into Russian, Spanish, Italian and Novial.] control -- power to direct or determine

kutule-kasese [control+{abstraction}.] n. power, powerfulness, potency -- possession of controlling influence

kutule-kune [control+{opposite}.] n. powerlessness, impotence -- the quality of lacking control or power

kutule-lete [control+{diminutive}.] n. control -- a relation of constraint of one entity (thing or person or group) by another

kutule-nasini [control+vehicle.] n. remote controlled vehicle -- a toy vehicle directed by radio waves

kutule-nike [control+professional.] n. manager, director -- someone who controls resources and expenditures

kutule-nuni [control+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. powerless

kutule-sapite [control+copulation.] n. rape -- sex committed upon an unconsenting person

kutule-tuna [control+{augmentative}.] n. authority, dominance -- the power to exercise authoritative or dominating control or influence over

Kutu-lili-se [eight+world.] proper n. Neptune -- the eighth planet from the Sun

Kutu-natinu-lete-se [eight+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. South Carolina -- eighth state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on May 23, 1788

Kutu-nelu-kune-tale-se [eight+black+{opposite}+star.] proper n. Bosnia (BIH)

kutu-nene-pe [eight+nine+person.] n. 89-year old -- a person who has experienced 89 but not 90 years since birth

kutu-nu-pe [eight+one+person.] n. 81-year old -- a person who has experienced 81 but not 82 years since birth

kutu-nupili [eight+noble.] n. sir/lady

kutu-nupili-lele [eight+noble+{masculine}.] n. knight

kutu-nupili-sesete [eight+noble+{feminine}.] n. lady

kutu-palana-kalese [eight+plant+class.] n. subspecies

kutu-pe [eight+person.] n. eight-year old -- a person who has experienced eight but not nine years since birth

kutu-pene-pe [eight+five+person.] n. 85-year old -- a person who has experienced 85 but not 86 years since birth

kutu-pete [eight+foot.] n. arachnid -- arthropods of the class Arachnida, such as spiders, scorpions, mites, and ticks, characterized by four pairs of segmented legs (c.f. vosp)

kutu-pete [eight+foot.] n. octopod -- cephalopod mollusks of the order Octopoda having eight tentacles, such as the octopus

kutu-puna-tenete-nusike [eight+form+tooth+rodent.] n. degu (Octodontidae) (c.f. voctformdentmuh)

Kutu-salata-liku-se [eight+vegetable+liquid.] proper n. V-8 juice

kutu-sata-kalese [eight+animal+class.] n. subspecies

kutu-sese-pe [eight+six+person.] n. 86-year old -- a person who has experienced 86 but not 87 years since birth

kutu-sete-pe [eight+seven+person.] n. 87-year old -- a person who has experienced 87 but not 88 years since birth

kutu-silu-pe [eight+zero+person.] n. 80-year old -- a person who has experienced 80 but not 81 years since birth

kutu-tenete-nusike [eight+tooth+rodent.] n. degu (Octodontidae) (c.f. voctformdentmuh)

kutu-ti-pe [eight+three+person.] n. 83-year old -- a person who has experienced 83 but not 84 years since birth

kutu-tuna [eight+{augmentative}.] n. 80

kutu-tu-pe [eight+two+person.] n. 82-year old -- a person who has experienced 82 but not 83 years since birth

lala [Unknown origin.] time -- an instance or single occasion of some event, e.g. "do it 3 times"

lala-kitapa [time+book.] n. annals, chronological record -- a chronological account of events in successive years

lala-nune [time+negation+{verb-modifier}.] adv. never -- with an occurrence rate of zero

lala-sinata [time+tool.] n. watch, clock

lalu [Unknown origin.] iron, Fe -- a heavy ductile magnetic metallic element

lalu-kalene [iron+agent.] n. robot

lalu-kate [iron+heart.] n. automobile

lalu-kesinu [iron+science.] n. mettalurgy

lalu-lupete [iron+air.] n. rust -- iron oxide, FeO2

lalu-nete [iron+net.] n. strainer

lalu-sisana [iron+horse.] n. locomotive (c.f. ferhisanvic)

lalu-sisana [iron+horse.] n. rhinoceros

lalu-sisana-nasini [iron+horse+vehicle.] n. locomotive

Lalu-sisana-se [iron+horse.] proper n. TBD -- a horse-like animal with iron qualities

lalu-tikile [iron+tiger.] n. military tank

lalu-tile [iron+body-part.] n. liver

lanase [From Germanic *langaz, "long", extant in English, German, Dutch, Italian, Esperanto, Novial, with initial /l-/ in 'largo' and Hindi /lamb/.] long object -- something with relatively large length (a measure of the gap between two spaces) [scalar]

lanase-kalike-nane [{long-object}+throat+mammal.] n. giraffe

lanase-kasese [{long-object}+{abstraction}.] n. length -- a measure of the gap between two spaces [scalar

lanase-kasese [{long-object}+{abstraction}.] n. length

lanase-kiki [{long-object}+measure.] n. meter (m)

lanase-kiki [{long-object}+measure.] n. meter

lanase-kiki [{long-object}+measure+{verb}.] v. S measure the length of O and the result is X units of specified scale or of abstract quality X.

lanase-kiki-kasese [{long-object}+measure+{abstraction}.] n. length

lanase-kiki-lete [{long-object}+measure+{diminutive}.] n. centimeter (cm)

lanase-kiki-sinata-nani [{long-object}+measure+tool+soft-object.] n. tape measure

lanase-kiki-tuna [{long-object}+measure+{augmentative}.] n. kilometer (km) {use langmerton for an asteroid ten kilometers long; use telmer for an asteroid ten kilometers away}

lanase-kune [{long-object}+{opposite}.] n. short -- not having great length

lanase-kune [{long-object}+{opposite}.] n. short object -- something with relatively short length (a measure of the gap between two spaces) [scalar

lanase-kune-kaletela-kasese [{long-object}+{opposite}+road+{abstraction}.] n. shortcut

lanase-kune-patalune [{long-object}+{opposite}+pants.] n. shorts -- pants that end visibly above the knee

Lanase-kune-patalune-natinu-se [{long-object}+{opposite}+pants+nation.] proper n. Bermuda

lanase-kunune [long object+communication.] n. telephone wire, telephone line, telegraph wire, telegraph line -- the wire that carries telegraph and telephone signals

lanase-lepeti [{long-object}+reptile.] n. snake

lanase-lepeti-kunane-nane [{long-object}+reptile+eating+mammal.] n. mongoose (Herpestidae)

lanase-lepeti-sunu-sinata [{long-object}+reptile+sound+tool.] n. serpent (musical instrument)

lanase-lupete-nuka-sili [{long-object}+air+limb+bird.] n. albatross (Diomedeidae)

lanase-nase-kaneke-nasiku [{long-object}+nose+shell+insect.] n. weevil (family Curculionidae)

lanase-nase-nanese-lepeti [{long-object}+nose+meat+reptile.] n. gavial (family Gavialidae)

lanase-nase-nine [{long-object}+nose+fish.] n. marlin

lanase-nasini [{long-object}+vehicle.] n. truck

lanase-nine [{long-object}+fish.] n. eel

lanase-nuka-nusike [{long-object}+limb+rodent.] n. mara (Dolichotis)

lanase-nuka-sili [{long-object}+limb+bird.] n. stilt (Himantopus)

lanase-nuku-piku [{long-object}+mouth+buttock.] n. peccary (Tayassuidae)

lanase-pale-sila [{long-object}+blade+weapon.] n. axe

lanase-pale-sila [{long-object}+blade+weapon.] n. sword -- a weapon consisting of a long metal blade with a handle

lanase-pata-sane [{long-object}+water+bread.] n. noodles

lanase-pete-nusike [{long-object}+foot+rodent.] n. jerboa (Dipodidae)

lanase-sunu-tile-nelike [{long-object}+sound+body-part+deer.] n. mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus)

lanase-tenete-nane [{long-object}+tooth+mammal.] n. walrus (Odobenus rosmarus)

lane [From Mandarin Chinese /lyan/, with initial /l-/ in Russian /lico/.] face -- human face: the front of the head from the forehead to the chin and ear to ear; "he washed his face"

lane-kalane [face+communication-unit.] n. expression

lane-kani [face+garment.] n. veil, head covering -- a garment that covers the head and face

lane-kasese [face+{abstraction}.] n. appearance, impression -- outward or visible aspect of a person, place or thing

lane-kene-lete [face+hole+{diminutive}.] n. mouth

lane-kesinu [face+science.] n. kinesics

lane-pepe [face+creation.] n. facial expression

lane-pulase [face+hair.] n. beard, whiskers -- the hair growing on the lower part of a man's face

lane-salape-nine [face+{old-object}+fish.] n. alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus)

lanese [Latin 'lancea', extant in Romance (Spanish, Italian), Germanic (English, Dutch) and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial).] spear, lance -- a long pointed rod used as a weapon

lanese-kasese [spear+{abstraction}.] n. a hostile, distancing mannerism

lanese-kulupe [spear+deep object.] n. stigmata -- marks resembling the wounds on the crucified body of Christ

lanese-kune [spear+{opposite}.] n. the non-phallic killer Areobie weapon used by Zena, Warrior-Princess

lanese-lete [spear+{diminutive}.] n. arrow -- a small spear-like weapon designed to fly through the air when shot by a bow.

lanese-lete [spear+{diminutive}.] n. one of those little plastic dohickies that they use in fancy restaraunts to stab cheese

lanese-lete-kanune [spear+{diminutive}+cannon.] n. bow -- curved piece of resilient wood with taut cord to propel arrows

lanese-lete-katipa [spear+{diminutive}+bar.] n. bow for arrows -- curved piece of resiliant wood with taut cord to propel arrows

lanese-lete-kipu [spear+{diminutive}+curve.] n. bow -- curved piece of resilient wood with taut cord to propel arrows

lanese-lete-nine [spear+{diminutive}+fish.] n. archerfish

lanese-lete-sila [spear+{diminutive}+weapon.] n. bow -- curved piece of resilient wood with taut cord to propel arrows

lanese-lete-sili [spear+{diminutive}+bird.] n. arrow+bird

lanese-lete-sisi-sila [spear+{diminutive}+movement+weapon.] n. bow -- curved piece of resilient wood with taut cord to propel arrows

lanese-lete-tata [spear+{diminutive}+amphibian.] n. arrow-poison frog (Dendrobatidae)

lanese-pitakesulina [spear+alphabet.] n. cuneiform

lanese-silete [spear+shield.] n. contradiction

lanese-tuna [spear+{augmentative}.] n. any large, unlikely weapon used by Sylvester Stallone or Arnold Schwartzenegger in an action flick

lane-tupe-kune [face+top+{opposite}.] n. chin

lane-tupe-kune-pulase [face+top+{opposite}+hair.] n. beard

lani [From Arabic /lami/.] intensity, emphasis -- exceptionally great concentration, power or force {intensive}

lani-lunene [intensity+light+{noun-modifier}.] adj. bright

lani-lunene [intensity+light+{verb}.] v. shine, illuminate

lani-nupeti [intensity+marriage.] n. honeymoon -- a holiday taken by a newly married couple

lani-sane [intensity+bread.] n. ambition, ambitiousness -- (a strong drive for success)

lapati [From Latin 'lavatio', extant in Romance (Spanish, Italian), English and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial).] washing -- the process of cleansing using water and/or chemicals

lapati-kali [washing+word.] n. euphemism -- an inoffensive expression that is substituted for one that is considered offensive

lapati-kalute [washing+dog.] n. raccoon

lapati-katale-nasi [washing/cleaning+dirt+machine.] n. sandblast -- a machine using a blast of air or steam to propel sand at high velocity to etch glass or to clean stone or metal surface

lapati-kisile-nasi [washing/cleaning+acid+machine.] n. acid washer -- a machine that washes with acid to achieve a bleached look; used for blue jeans and other denim clothing

lapati-lala [washing+time.] n. bath, washing time -- the occasion of immersion in a bathtub for purposes of cleaning

lapati-liku [washing/cleaning+liquid.] n. cleansing agent, cleanser, cleaner -- a liquid detergent or chemical agent used in cleaning something

lapati-luka-nasi [washing/cleaning+rock+machine.] n. stonewasher -- a machine that washes with stones to achieve a worn appearance; used for blue jeans and other denim clothing

lapati-lupete-nasi [washing/cleaning+air+machine.] n. vac, vacuum, vacuum cleaner, hoover -- an electrical home appliance that cleans by suction

lapati-nasi [washing/cleaning+machine.] n. washing machine -- any machine that washes objects; e.g., a carwash, clothes washing machine, dish washer

lapati-nasine-nasi [washing/cleaning+wind+machine.] n. air shower -- a device using jets of air to blow lint and dust off the staff who work in clean room

lapati-nune-pata-nasi [washing/cleaning+not+water+machine.] n. dry cleaning machine -- machine that cleans (fabrics) with a solvent other than water

lapati-sunu-sinata [washing+sound+tool.] n. washboard

lape [From Greek 'lampas', extant in Romance (Latin, Italian), Germanic (English, German, Dutch) and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial).] lamp -- an artificial source of visible illumination

lape-kalane [lamp+communication-unit.] n. light signals ("one if by land, two if by sea")

lape-kaneke-sata [lamp+shell+animal.] n. brachiopod; "lamp shell" (phylum Brachiopoda)

lape-nasiku [lamp+insect.] n. firefly

lape-nine [lamp+fish.] n. lanternfish (Myctophum)

lape-sekupe [lamp+watcher.] n. couch potato

lati [Truncation of 'radio', in origin an English or Italian term, now extant in Arabic, Hindi, Russian, Spanish, German, Dutch, Esperanto, Novial, et al.] radio -- an electronic device that detects, demodulates, and amplifies transmitted signals

lati-kaki [radio+performance.] n. radio show

lati-kalane [radio+communication-unit.] n. radio announcement

lati-kesinu [radio+science.] n. radio astronomy

lati-napine [radio+frequent event.] n. radio commercial, commercial message -- a commercially sponsored ad on radio

lati-nasini [radio+vehicle.] n. radio-controlled vehicle

lati-nutuse [radio+base.] n. radio station -- station for the production and transmission of radio broadcasts

lati-pitakesulina [radio+alphabet.] n. the Alpha-Bravo-Charlie system of identifying letters

lati-sunu-sinata [radio+sound+tool.] n. theremin

latu [From German /laut/.] loud object -- something that emits a relatively high amplitude sound

latu-kalike [{loud-object}+throat.] n. braggart

latu-kasese [{loud-object}+{abstraction}.] n. volume -- amplitude or loudness of a sound

latu-kiki-sinata [{loud-object}+measure+tool.] n. phonometer

latu-kune [{loud-object}+{opposite}.] n. soft object -- something that emits a relatively low amplitude sound

latu-lupete-sili [{loud-object}+air+bird.] n. partridge

latu-pata-kanepuse-sili [{loud-object}+water+field+bird.] n. coot (Fulica)

latu-pata-sili [{loud-object}+water+bird.] n. screamer (family Anhimidae)

latu-sunu-sinata [{loud-object}+sound+tool.] n. drum

latu-tala [loud object+removal.] n. soundproofing -- insulation against noise

latu-tale [loud object+star.] n. supernova -- a star that explodes and becomes extremely luminous in the process

le [Unknown origin.] {first-person pronoun}

lele [Unknown origin.] male -- a person or animal that belongs to the sex that cannot have babies

lele-kesinu [{masculine}+science.] n. andrology

lele-kuku [{masculine}+lightning.] n. plug, male plug -- an electrical device with two or three pins that is inserted in a socket to make an electrical connection

lele-lele [{masculine}+{masculine}.] n. masculinity

lele-nana [{masculine}+electricity.] n. positive electric charge

lele-nuni-sapite [{masculine}+absence+copulation.] n. parthenogenesis

lele-sesete [{masculine}+{feminine}.] n. gender

lele-sesete-nuni [{masculine}+{feminine}+absence.] n. androgynous

lele-telule [{masculine}+fear.] n. androphobia

lele-tile [{masculine}+body-part.] n. male anatomy

lele-tupe-pusiti [{masculine}+top+position.] n. missionary position -- the sexual position in which the female rests supine with the male on top, facing her (c.f. mastopsafidpos)

lele-tupe-sapite-pusiti [{masculine}+top+copulation+position.] n. missionary position -- the sexual position in which the female rests supine with the male on top, facing her

lene [From English 'learn', from a common Germanic root attested in German, Dutch, Esperanto, Novial.] learning -- the cognitive process of acquiring skill or knowledge

lene-kalane [learning+communication-unit.] n. lesson

lene-kalene [learning+agent.] n. instructor -- someone who teaches, but is not a professional teacher

lene-kanela [learning+room.] n. class room

lene-kapina [learning+card.] n. flashcard -- a two-sided card studied to help memorize something (as arithmetic facts)

lene-kesinu [learning+science.] n. educational psychology

lene-kiki [learning+measure.] n. school grade

lene-nasini [learning+vehicle.] n. schoolbus

lene-nike [learning+worker.] n. teacher, professional teacher -- someone who teaches students in a formal setting (e.g., school, college)

lene-pe [learning+person.] n. student -- a learner who is enrolled in an educational institution

lene-penesa [learning+stylus.] n. crayon, wax crayon -- writing implement consisting of a colored stick of composition wax used for writing and drawing

lene-pine-telule [learning+building+fear.] n. scholophobia

Lene-pitakesulina-se [learning+alphabet.] proper n. International Learning Alphabet -- an alphabet used to facilitate learning to read, in which diphthongs, long/short vowel differences, etc. are marked on the letters

lene-sapalane [learning+provision.] n. course of study, program, curriculum, syllabus -- a course of academic studies

lene-sati [learning+truth.] n. education -- the gradual process of acquiring knowledge

lepe [From Russian /lyev/, Latin /laev-/ and English 'left'.] left -- the side to the north when a person is facing east

lepe-kune [left+{opposite}.] n. right side -- side facing east when one is facing north

lepe-kune-na [left+{opposite}+{preposition}.] postp. right of -- position preposition

lepe-kune-sisi-na [left+{opposite}+movement+{preposition}.] postp. rightward -- motion preposition

lepe-kune-tepuse-na [left+{opposite}+time+{preposition}.] postp. rightward into an alternate timeline -- time preposition

lepe-pinise-kune-pitakesulina [left+ending+{opposite}+alphabet.] n. a system of writing (such as the Roman, Greek and Cyrillic alphabets) in which the characters are written from left to right in the order in which they are to be read

lepeta [From Latin 'repetare', "to seek again", extant in Spanish, English, et al.] repetition -- event that repeats [acts as a frequentative]

lepeta-kalane [repetition+communication-unit.] n. cyclic sound

lepeta-nutu-kune [repetition+death+{opposite}.] n. repitition+life(death/opposite)

lepeta-sukale-nuku-sisi [repetition+sugar+mouth+movement.] n. chewing gum

lepe-telule [left+fear.] n. levophobia

lepeti [From Late Latin 'reptile', extant in English, Spanish, Italian, Esperanto, Novial, et al.] reptile, reptilian -- any cold-blooded vertebrate of the class Reptilia including tortoises, turtles, snakes, lizards, alligators, crocodiles and extinct forms

lepeti-kesinu [reptile+science.] n. herpetology

lepeti-tata [reptile+amphibian.] n. newt, salamander (Salamandridae)

lepeti-telule [reptile+fear.] n. herpetophobia

lepeti-tile [reptile+body-part+{noun-modifier}.] adj. reptilian -- having a body form, face and/or gestures reminiscent of a snake or other reptile

lesune [From Old French 'raison', extant in Russian, Spanish, English, Novial.] reason, explanation, justification, rationale -- a rational motive for a belief or action

lete [{diminutive}+{verb-modifier}.] adv. little -- to a small degree

lete [From Romance -el, -et, -elet, extant in English -let ('booklet'), -ette, et al.] little -- a small amount or duration {diminutive}

lete-kesinu [{diminutive}+science.] n. nanotechnology

lete-kesinu [{diminutive}+science.] n. particle physics

li [Unknown origin.] {postposition}

liku [From Latin 'liquidus', extant in Spanish, English, Italian, Esperanto and Novial.] liquid -- a fluid substance having no fixed shape but a defined volume

liku-kaku [liquid+deficit+{noun-modifier}.] adj. hypotonic -- containing less liquid density concentration than the surrounding area (used of a cell)

liku-kalane [liquid+communication-unit.] n. liquid message -- message that doesn't last long

liku-kalape-tile [liquid+change+body-part.] n. gland -- in animals, an organ that removes specific substances from the blood, changes or concentrates them, and either releases them for further use or eliminates them

liku-kapase [liquid+jump.] n. dive -- a plunge of the body into a body of liquid

liku-kase-kalape [liquid+gas+change+{verb}.] v. boil

liku-kasese [liquid+{abstraction}.] n. liquidity -- the fact or state of being a liquid

liku-kene [liquid+hole.] n. mud pit -- a small concavity in usually wet ground or sand filled with mud or water

liku-kesinu [liquid+science.] n. fluid dynamics

liku-kiki [liquid+measure.] n. liquid measure -- the measurement and description of mass or volume of liquids

liku-kunane [liquid+eating.] n. drinking

liku-kunane [liquid+eating+{verb}.] v. drink -- to orally ingest a liquid

liku-kune [liquid+{opposite}.] n. solid -- a firm, rigid substance

liku-kune-kiki [liquid+{opposite}+measure.] n. dry measure -- the measurement and description of mass or volume of solids

liku-kune-nune [liquid+{opposite}+negation.] n. fluid -- any substance that is not a solid

liku-kune-nune-salana [liquid+{opposite}+negation+direction.] n. current -- a force that moves the molecules of a liquid or gas in certain directions

liku-kune-pata [liquid+{opposite}+water.] n. ice -- a solid, crystalline form of water, which floats on liquid water

liku-kune-pesipitasi [liquid+{opposite}+precipitation.] n. hail -- precipitation of solid balls of ice

liku-kupe [liquid+cover.] n. skin; pellicle -- a film that develops over the surface of a stagnant liquid

liku-lete [liquid+{diminutive}.] n. moisture; dampness

liku-lu [liquid+fall+{v.}.] v. spill, shed, disgorge -- cause or allow (a solid substance) to flow or run out or over

liku-luka-pulefe [liquid+rock+dust.] n. quicksand

liku-lulu [liquid+excess+{noun-modifier}.] adj. hypertonic -- containing greater liquid density concentration than the surrounding area (used of a cell)

liku-nupile [liquid+furniture.] n. waterbed -- a bed with a durable plastic mattress that is filled with water

liku-pesipitasi [liquid+precipitation.] n. rain -- liquid precipitation

liku-sasute-tuna [liquid+container+{augmentative}.] n. barrel, cask -- a cylindrical container that holds liquids

liku-satise [liquid+sit+{v.}.] v. steep, infuse -- sit or let sit in a liquid to extract a flavor or to cleanse

liku-sikune-kunete [liquid+all-sides+condition.] n. inundation -- the situation of being inundated or "swamped", either physically or figuratively

liku-sukala [liquid+thanks.] n. feigned appreciation

liku-sula-sinata [liquid+hour+tool.] n. clepsydra

liku-sunu [liquid+sound.] n. plink -- the sound produced by falling amounts of liquid

liku-supaka-lete-sinata [liquid+opening+{diminutive}+tool.] n. sieve -- a metal object with tiny holes in it for draining out liquids

lili [Unknown origin.] world -- a part of the universe that can be considered separately; often used for a planet

lili-kalane [world+communication-unit.] n. atlas, book of maps, map collection -- a collection of maps in book form

lili-kali-sise [world+word+system.] n. international auxiliary language, IAL -- a language intended to be learnt as the common second language of the world

lili-kane-sise [world+sight+system.] n. religion, faith -- a philosophy of life

lili-kesinu [world+science.] n. ecology

lili-nasini [world+vehicle.] n. earth satellite vehicle, ESV

lili-nusika [world+music.] n. world beat

lili-seta-sakala [world+set+form.] n. order -- a situation of definite and meaningful position of everything

lili-seta-sakala-kune [world+set+form+{opposite}.] n. chaos, entropy -- absence of order

Lili-sine-se [world+scale.] proper n. SystFme International

lili-telule [world+fear.] n. pantophobia

line [From Latin 'linea', extant in Russian, Spanish, English, German, Dutch, Italian, Esperanto, Novial.] line -- a two-dimensional object without breadth or thickness

line-kesinu [line+science.] n. geometry

line-nasini [line+vehicle.] n. trolley, streetcar

line-netu [line+middle.] n. center (one-dimensional)

line-puna-kapina [line+form+card.] n. the Zener card that has the rectangle on the face

line-sisi [line+movement.] n. dancing, dance, terpsichore, saltation -- taking a series of rhythmical steps (and movements) in time to music

lipe [From Latin 'libertas', "freedom", extant in Spanish, English, French, Italian, Esperanto and Novial.] freedom, liberty -- the power to act, speak or think without externally imposed restraints

lipe-kalane [freedom+communication-unit.] n. a declaration of independence, esp. the U.S.

lipe-kesinu [freedom+science.] n. liberal arts

lipe-kitapa [freedom+book.] n. constitution, fundamental law, organic law -- law determining the fundamental political principles of a government

lipe-liku-sisi [freedom+liquid+movement+{verb}.] v. flow -- to move (of liquid) in a natural matter and rate

lipe-nuni [freedom+absence.] n. totalitarianism

lise [From Old Italian 'riso', extant in Russian /ris/, English /ris/, German 'Reis', Dutch 'rijst', Esperanto 'rizo' and Novial 'rise'. The Old Italian form is from Latin 'oryza', extant in Spanish 'arroz'.] rice -- annual or perennial rhizomatous marsh grasses; seed used for food, straw used for paper

lise-lalu [rice+iron.] n. iron filing -- a fragment of iron rubbed off by the use of a file

lise-nasini [rice+vehicle.] n. rickshaw

lise-nusike [rice+rodent.] n. rice rat (Oryzomys)

lisepe [From Latin 'reciprocus', extant in Spanish and English, with sound influenced by Hindi /apsi/.] reciprocity -- relation of mutual dependence or action or influence

lisepe-kupute [reciprocity+computer.] n. peer system -- a computer as an independent but equal system in relation to other computers, as in peer-to-peer architectures

lisepe-nuni [reciprocity+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. one-sided

lisepe-nuni-kunune [reciprocity+absence+communication.] n. monologue

lisepe-nuni-tesu-kunune [reciprocity+absence+god+communication.] n. prayer -- speaking to "God" of some sort without having "God" speak back

lisepe-pusata [reciprocity+mail.] n. certified mail?

lise-sili [rice+bird.] n. bobolink (Dolichonyx oryzivorus)

lise-tete-kita [rice+grains+food.] n. rice cereal, kashi, etc.

lu [From Mandarin Chinese /lue/.] fall -- the act or an instance of dropping (being pulled downward by gravity)

luka [From Vulgar Latin *rocca, extant in English & Spanish /rok/.] rock, stone -- lump of hard consolidated mineral matter

Luka-kalase-tesu-sise-se [rock+cross+god+system.] proper n. Romanism, Roman Catholicism -- the beliefs and practices of the Catholic Church based in Rome

luka-kasese [rock+{abstraction}.] n. stoner

luka-kesinu [rock+science.] n. geology

luka-kune [rock+{opposite}.] n. water

luka-lete [rock+{diminutive}.] n. pebble

luka-lete [rock+diminutive.] n. pebble -- a small smooth rounded rock

luka-liku [rock+liquid.] n. lava -- molten rock from the interior of the earth

luka-nusike [rock+rodent.] n. dassie rat (Petromuridae)

luka-nusike [rock+rodent.] n. gundi (Ctenodactylidae)

luka-papa-liku [rock+fat+liquid.] n. oil; petroleum -- an oil derived from the ground and used as a fuel

Luka-papa-liku-natinu-se [rock+fat+liquid+nation.] proper n. Kuwait

luka-penesa [rock+stylus.] n. stone chisel

luka-pesipitasi [rock+precipitation.] n. hail -- precipitation in the form of pellets of ice and hard snow

luka-pesipitasi-satasi [rock+precipitation+item.] n. hailstone -- a hard pellet of snow and ice

luka-pina-puna-nine [rock+plane+form+fish.] n. petrale

luka-pitakesulina [rock+alphabet.] n. runes -- a system of characters used in Ancient and Medieval Europe with simple strokes that could easily be carved into stone

luka-pulefe [rock+dust.] n. sand -- fine particles of mineral

luka-pulefe-nale-kupu [rock+dust+ocean+edge.] n. beach -- a sandy stretch of coastline

luka-pulefe-nusike [rock+dust+rodent.] n. fat sand rat (Psammomys obesus)

luka-pulefe-sili [rock+dust+bird.] n. sandpiper

luka-pulefe-sula-sinata [rock+dust+hour+tool.] n. hourglass

luka-pulefe-sunuse-kalene [rock+dust+sleep+agent.] n. sandman

luka-sili [rock+bird.] n. rockfowl (Picathartidae)

luka-sunu-sinata [rock+sound+tool.] n. lithophone

luka-tenetele [rock+tendency.] n. laziness

luka-tenete-nine [rock+tooth+fish.] n. gar (order Semionotiformes)

luka-tuna [rock+{augmentative}.] n. boulder

luke [From Russian /luk/ and English /lik/.] allium -- onion, garlic, leek or similar plants of the genus Allium

luke-nala [allium+disparagement.] n. garlic -- bulbous herb of southern Europe widely naturalized; bulb breaks up into separate strong-flavoured cloves

luke-salape-kune [allium+{old-object}+{opposite}.] n. scallion -- a young onion

lu-kesinu [fall+science.] n. gravitology

luku [From Latin 'locus', extant in English 'location', Italian 'luogo', Esperanto 'loko', Novial 'loke' and German 'Lage'.] location, position -- the particular portion of space occupied by a physical object

luku [location+{verb}.] v. S is located at O.

luku-kalane [location+communication-unit.] n. address -- the place where a person or organization can be found or communicated with

luku-kalane [location+communication-unit.] n. transponder

luku-kesinu [location+science.] n. orienteering

lu-kune [fall+{opposite}.] n. rise -- motion in opposition to the pull of gravity

lu-kune-nasi [fall+{opposite}+machine.] n. lantliantmahin (c.f.)

lu-kune-sinata [fall+{opposite}+tool.] n. elevator -- apparatus for lifting passengers or equipment

Lu-kune-sule-natula-se [fall+{opposite}+Sun+nature.] proper n. Japan

luku-pisuke-telule [location+{high-object}+fear.] n. acrophobia

lulu [Unknown origin.] excess -- something beyond a limit or beyond what is necessary or appropriate

lu-lu-kune-nasi [fall+fall+{opposite}+machine.] n. elevator

luna [Latin 'luna', extant in Russian, Romance (Spanish, Italian, et al), English ('lunar') and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial, et al).] moon, Moon -- any natural satellite of a planet, typically the natural satellite of the Earth

luna-kane-tile-nine [moon+sight+body-part+fish.] n. mooneye

luna-kasese [moon+{abstraction}.] n. satellite (any object that orbits another)

luna-kesinu [moon+science.] n. selenology

luna-kitala [moon+guitar.] n. yueqin (yueh ch'in), "moon guitar"

luna-kulisu-nasini [moon+wheel+vehicle.] n. lunar rover

luna-kulule [moon+color.] n. silver color

luna-kune [moon+{opposite}.] n. (an object that does not orbit another, star?)

luna-lane [moon+face+{adj.}.] adj. moon-faced, round-faced -- having a round face

luna-lete [moon+{diminutive}.] n. crescent moon

luna-lete [moon+{diminutive}.] n. satellite (a man-made object that orbits around the earth)

luna-nale [moon+ocean.] n. lunar mare

luna-nasini [moon+vehicle.] n. lunar lander

luna-netale [moon+metal.] n. silver

Luna-netale-natinu-se [moon+metal+nation.] proper n. Argentina

luna-netale-satana-nine [moon+metal+side+fish.] n. silversides (family Atherinidae)

luna-nine [moon+fish.] n. moonfish (family Menidae)

luna-sili [moon+bird.] n. owl

lu-nasini [fall+vehicle.] n. parachute

luna-tenetele [moon+tendency+{adj.}.] adj. dreaming, daydreaming, woolgathering, stargazing -- indulging in a fantasy; ignoring reality for a world of dreams

luna-tesite [moon+desire.] n. moon-desire -- a desire for something that cannot be possessed

Luna-tine-se [moon+day.] proper n. Monday

luna-tuna [moon+{augmentative}.] n. full moon

luna-tuna [moon+{augmentative}.] n. planet (a celestial object that orbits a star)

lune [From Hindi /arun/, with initial /r-/ in English 'red' & 'rouge', Spanish 'rojo', German 'rot', Dutch 'rood', Italian 'rosso', Esperanto 'rug^a', Novial 'red', et al.] red -- the quality or state of the chromatic color resembling the hue of blood

lune-kalusa-sepete [red+love+flower.] n. rose

Lune-kapina-se [red+card.] proper n. Red Card

lune-kutule [red+control.] n. bandage -- a piece of soft material that protects an injured part of the body

Lune-lepe-se [red+left.] proper n. United Arab Emirates (ARE)

lune-lete [red+{diminutive}.] n. pink

lune-lete [red+{diminutive}+{noun-modifier}.] adj. pink

lune-liku [red+liquid.] n. blood

Lune-nale-se [red+ocean.] proper n. The Red Sea

lunene [From Latin 'lumen', from Indo-European *leuk-, extant in Spanish, Italian, Germanic (English, German, Dutch), Esperanto and Novial.] light -- visible electro-magnetic radiation

lunene-kala [light+art.] n. light show -- a display of colored lights moving in shifting patterns

lunene-kasese [light+{abstraction}.] n. brightness -- quality of being luminous

lunene-kasese [light+{abstraction}.] n. luminosity

lunene-kesinu [light+science.] n. photology

lunene-kiki-sinata [light+measure+tool.] n. photometer

lunene-kita-kalape [light+food+change.] n. photosynthesis -- a plant's mechanism of turning sunlight into nutrition for itself

lunene-kune [light+{opposite}.] n. darkness

lunene-kune-kaneke-nasiku [light+{opposite}+shell+insect.] n. darkling beetle (family Tenebrionidae)

lunene-kune-lepeti [light+{opposite}+reptile.] n. night lizard (Xantusiidae)

lunene-lani-kiki [light+intensity+measure.] n. candela (cd)

lunene-lani-kiki-kasese [light+intensity+measure+{abstraction}.] n. luminous intensity

lunene-lisepe [light+reciprocity.] adj. glistening, glossy, lustrous, sheeny, shiny, shining -- reflecting light

Lune-nelu-kune-lune-se [red+black+{opposite}+red.] proper n. Austria (AUT)

Lune-nelu-kune-nelu-se [red+black+{opposite}+black.] proper n. Yemen (YEM)

Lune-nelu-kune-nila-se [red+black+{opposite}+blue.] proper n. Netherlands (NLD)

lunene-nasiku [light+insect.] n. firefly -- a kind of beetle that emits brief pulses of light.

lunene-nasini [light+vehicle.] n. faster-than-light spacecraft

lunene-netale [light+metal.] n. gold

Lunene-netale-natinu-lete-se [light+metal+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. California

lunene-netale-nine [light+metal+fish.] n. goldfish

lunene-nine [light+fish.] n. goldfish

lunene-nuni [light+absence.] n. dark, darkness -- absence of light or illumination

lunene-nuni-palate [light+absence+part.] n. aphotic zone

lunene-telule [light+fear.] n. photophobia

lunene-tikune [light+offer.] n. sermon, preaching, witness -- a speech of proselytization

lunene-tile [light+body-part.] n. eye

lunene-tunu-lete [light+atom+{diminutive}.] n. photon -- the particle view point of light, mediating particle of electromagnetic force

lunene-tunu-lete [light+atom+{diminutive}.] n. photon

lune-nila [red+blue.] n. purple -- a fairly dark color intermediate between red and blue

Lune-nila-lune-tuna-se [red+blue+red+{augmentative}.] proper n. Armenia (ARM)

lune-nine [red+fish.] n. red snapper

Lune-pile-pile-tuna-se [red+yellow+yellow+{augmentative}.] proper n. Bolivia (BOL)

Lune-pukuse-lepeti-se [red+fire+reptile.] proper n. Wales ()

lune-salata [red+vegetable.] n. beetroot, Beta vulgaris rubra -- beet having a massively swollen red root; widely grown for human consumption

lune-saluta-kune-kunete [red+health+{opposite}+condition.] n. inflammation -- a hot redness and swelling of a diseased organ or region

Lune-sanata-se [red+hand.] proper n. Northern Ireland ()

lune-sepete [red+flower.] n. rose -- any of several closely related ornamentals of the genus Rosa

Lune-sepete-natinu-se [red+flower+nation.] proper n. Wales

Lune-sikulu-se [red+circle.] proper n. Japan (JPN)

lune-sili [red+bird.] n. cardinal (Cardinalis)

Lune-sule-se [red+Sun.] proper n. Malawi (MWI)

Lune-tale-tupe-lepe-se [red+star+top+left.] proper n. Aruba (ABW)

Lune-tikile-tuna-se [red+tiger+{augmentative}.] proper n. Bermuda (BMU)

Lune-tuna-sikulu-se [red+{augmentative}+circle.] proper n. Niger (NER)

lu-pata [fall+water.] n. brink, threshold, verge -- a region marking a boundary

lupete [From German 'Luft', extant in English borrowed term 'Luftwaffe'. Close in form to Dutch 'lucht'.] air -- a mixture of gases (esp. oxygen) required for breathing, the region above the ground

lupete-kesinu [air+science.] n. aerodynamics

lupete-kesinu [air+science.] n. pneumatics

lupete-lepeti [air+reptile.] n. flying dragon (Draco)

lupete-nane [air+mammal.] n. bat

lupete-nane-nine [air+mammal+fish.] n. batfish (family Ogcocephalidae)

lupete-nasini [air+vehicle.] n. airplane

lupete-nasini-kelupe [air+vehicle+group.] n. wing -- a unit of military aircraft

lupete-nasini-tuna [air+vehicle+{augmentative}.] n. space ship -- a vehicle designed to travel to or in outer space

lupete-nike [air+worker.] n. flight attendant

lupete-nuka [air+limb.] n. wing (of an animal)

lupete-nuka-nasiku [air+limb+insect.] n. mantid; praying mantis (suborder Manteodea)

lupete-nusike [air+rodent.] n. flying squirrel

lupete-nutu [air+death.] n. suffocation, asphyxiation -- the condition of being deprived of oxygen (as by having breathing stopped), which in humans can make the skin look blueish

lupete-pusata [air+mail.] n. airmail, airpost -- a system of conveying mail by aircraft (c.f. luftpostsist)

lupete-pusata-kalane [air+mail+communication-unit.] n. airmail -- letters and packages that are transported by aircraft

lupete-pusata-sise [air+mail+system.] n. airmail, airpost -- a system of conveying mail by aircraft

lupete-puse [air+question.] n. rhetorical question -- a statement that is formulated as a question but that is not supposed to be answered

lupete-sepe-nane [air+pocket+mammal.] n. marsupial gliders (sugar glider, etc.)

lupete-sisi [air+movement.] n. flight (motion through the air, unsupported by the ground)

lupete-sisi [air+movement.] n. fly, glide -- to move through the air.

lupete-sisi-lete-nane [air+movement+{diminutive}+mammal.] n. flying lemur (Cynocephalidae)

lupete-sisi-nine [air+movement+fish.] n. flying fish

lupete-tata [air+amphibian.] n. flying frog (Rhacophorus)

lupete-tena [air+subject.] n. quodlibet -- an abstract, philosophical or theological issue that is presented for formal disputation

lupete-tile-nuni-nasiku [air+body-part+absence+insect.] n. apterygote -- one of the primitive wingless orders of insects

lupete-tupa-kiki-sinata [air+pressing+measure+tool.] n. barometer

lupete-tusane [air+storm.] n. tornado, twister -- a localized and violently destructive windstorm occurring over land characterized by a funnel-shaped cloud extending toward the ground

luse [From Hindi /ruksh/, with initial /r-/ in English, German, Dutch, Italian and Novial word forms.] rough object -- something with a relatively irregular surface [scalar]

luse-kaneke-kune-lepeti [{rough-object}+shell+{opposite}+reptile.] n. any reptile of the order Squamata

luse-kaneke-lepeti [{rough-object}+shell+reptile.] n. matamata

luse-kasese [{rough-object}+{abstraction}.] n. roughness, coarseness -- the degree of irregularity in a surface [scalar = rough to smooth

luse-kune [{rough-object}+{opposite}.] n. smooth object -- something with a relatively smooth surface [scalar

luse-sulisuna [rough object+horizontal.] n. anti-slip flooring -- floor surface designed for extra safety in commercial and industrial work environments

na [Unknown origin.] {postposition}

nala [Latin 'mal-', extant in English and Romance.] disparagement, pejoration -- low opinion {derogative, pejorative}

nala-kalane [disparagement+communication-unit.] n. poorly communicated message

nala-kalusa [disparagement+love.] n. obsession, fixation -- an unhealthy preoccupation with something or someone

nalake [Blend of Russian /malako/, English /milk/ and Indo-European *g(a)lakt-, extant in Greek 'galakt-' (whence English 'galaxy'), Latin 'lact-' (whence English 'lactose', 'lactate', etc., Spanish 'leche', Italian 'latte', Esperanto 'lakto', et al).] milk -- white nutritious liquid secreted by animals and used as food by human beings

nalake-kesinu [milk+science.] n. galactology

nalake-kulepe [milk+oscillation+{verb}.] v. whip cream -- to beat cream into a froth or foam

nalake-nasini [milk+vehicle.] n. milk truck

nalake-nine [milk+fish.] n. milkfish (Chanos)

nalake-pakale [milk+bovine.] n. milk cow

nalake-palana [milk+plant.] n. milkweed -- a plant with internal milky material, often used as food for silkworms, ducks and other herbivorous pets

nalake-sili [milk+bird.] n. pigeon, dove

nalake-telule [milk+fear.] n. galactophobia

nalake-tenete-tuna-nine [milk+tooth+{augmentative}+fish.] n. nurse shark (Ginglymostoma cirratum)

nalake-tile [milk+body-part.] n. breast -- the developed nipple on female mammals that allows for lactation

nalake-tile-napu [milk+body-part+obscenity.] n. t-t -- obscene word for the human breast

nala-nusike [disparagement+rodent.] n. rat -- a large rodent of the genus Rattus or similar species.

nala-seti [pejorative+emotion+{adj.}.] adj. crabbed, crabby, cross, fussy, grouchy, grumpy, bad-tempered, ill-tempered -- perversely irritable

nale [Latin 'mare', extant in Russian /mor/, Spanish /mar/, English 'maritime', German 'Meer', Italian 'mare', Esperanto 'maro' and Novial 'mare'.] ocean, sea -- a very large body of salt water

nale-kalane [ocean+communication-unit.] n. lighthouse signal

nale-kalane [ocean+communication-unit.] n. sonar

nale-kalane-nane [ocean+communication-unit+mammal.] n. dolphin (Delphinidae)

nale-kalape [ocean+change.] n. sea change -- a change caused by the sea

nale-kale [ocean+feces.] n. seaware -- seaweed and other material cast ashore used as fertilizer

nale-kalepe [ocean+carbon.] n. organic compounds in vents at the bottom of the sea that eventually formed into the first life

nale-kaletela [ocean+road.] n. sea lane, sea route

nale-kalute [ocean+dog.] n. pinniped -- a marine mammal of the order Pinnipedia, including seals, sea lions, and walruses.

nale-kalute [ocean+dog.] n. seal

nale-kane [ocean+sight.] n. seascape -- a view or picture from the sea

nale-kaneke [ocean+shell.] n. seashell

nale-kaneke-lepeti [ocean+shell+reptile.] n. sea turtle

nale-kanepuse [ocean+field.] n. kelp bed

nale-kanuna [ocean+law.] n. maritime law

nale-kanune [ocean+cannon.] n. artillery facing sea-side

nale-kanune [ocean+cannon.] n. torpedo

nale-kapita [ocean+leader.] n. sea captain -- captain of a ship, especially a merchant ship

nale-kaputa [ocean+head.] n. figurehead -- carved figure on the prow of a ship

nale-kasu [ocean+cause.] n. condensation

nale-katale [ocean+dirt.] n. sand, beach sand

nale-kate [ocean+heart.] n. heart urchin

nale-kelane [ocean+family.] n. crew of a ship

nale-kelesu [ocean+grass.] n. seaweed

nale-kene [ocean+hole.] n. whirlpool

nale-kesinu [ocean+science.] n. oceanography

nale-kesinu [ocean+science.] n. oceanology, oceanography

nale-kesu [ocean+running-movement.] n. swimming

nale-kiki [ocean+measure.] n. nautical mile

nale-kisa [ocean+story.] n. sailor's yarn

nale-kisile [ocean+acid.] n. amino acids in bottom-of-sea vents

nale-kita [ocean+food.] n. seafood

nale-ku [ocean+violence.] n. sea battle

Nale-kuku-se [ocean+lightning.] proper n. Saint Elmo's fire

nale-kulepe [ocean+oscillation.] n. tide

nale-kulepu [ocean+body-of-water.] n. fjord

nale-kulisu [ocean+wheel.] n. wheel -- the steering device on a ship

nale-kulisu-nasini [ocean+wheel+vehicle.] n. paddle wheeler -- a steamship propelled through the water by one or more paddle wheels

nale-kulule [ocean+color.] n. sea green

nale-kulupe [ocean+{deep-object}.] n. deep-ocean region

nale-kulupe-kiki [ocean+{deep-object}+measure.] n. meter (m)

nale-kunane [ocean+eating.] n. feeding frenzy -- a feeding frenzy in the water

nale-kunase [ocean+cloth.] n. sail

nale-kunase-nine [ocean+cloth+fish.] n. sailfish

nale-kune [ocean+{opposite}.] n. continent

nale-kune [ocean+{opposite}.] n. desert

Nale-kune-lete-se [ocean+{opposite}+{diminutive}.] proper n. Australia

Nale-kune-tuna-se [ocean+{opposite}+{augmentative}.] proper n. Asia

nale-kunune [ocean+communication.] n. cetacean sonar

nale-kupate [ocean+fight.] n. naval combat

nale-kupu [ocean+edge.] n. seashore, coast -- the boundary between ocean and land

nale-kupu [ocean+edge.] n. shoreline

nale-kupu-pe [ocean+edge+person.] n. beachcomber

Nale-kupu-saluta-natinu-se [ocean+edge+health+nation.] proper n. Costa Rica

nale-kupu-sili [ocean+edge+bird.] n. plover (Charadriidae)

nale-kuse-kanela [ocean+food-preparation+room.] n. galley

nale-kusete [ocean+bone.] n. coral -- rocklike deposit consisting of the calcareous skeletons secreted by anthozoans

nale-kusulu [ocean+alcohol.] n. rum

nale-kutule [ocean+control.] n. naval power

nale-lala [ocean+time.] n. ship time -- the time kept on a vessel, which may be independent of actual time zone

nale-lalu [ocean+iron.] n. anchor

nale-lanese [ocean+spear.] n. harpoon

nale-lapati [ocean+washing.] n. gradual erosion of beach rocks by waves

nale-lapati-nasi [ocean+washing/cleaning+machine.] n. dredge -- a power shovel to clean debris from a harbor, channel or riverbed

nale-lape [ocean+lamp.] n. lighthouse

nale-lati [ocean+radio.] n. sonar

nale-lele [ocean+{masculine}.] n. merman

nale-lepe [ocean+left.] n. port, larboard

nale-lepe-kune [ocean+left+{opposite}.] n. starboard

nale-lepeti [ocean+reptile.] n. sea snake

nale-lete [ocean+{diminutive}.] n. bay

nale-liku [ocean+liquid.] n. saltwater

nale-lili [ocean+world.] n. aquarium -- place for the public exhibition of live aquatic animals and plants

Nale-lili-se [ocean+world.] proper n. Marineworld

nale-lipe [ocean+freedom.] n. freedom of the seas -- doctrine that ships of any nation may freely travel through international waters

nale-lu [ocean+fall.] n. sinking -- the act of sinking into the ocean

nale-luka [ocean+rock.] n. isolated heap of rocks on which a lighthouse stands

nale-lunene [ocean+light.] n. sea fire -- bioluminescence cast by certain marine life

nale-lupete [ocean+air.] n. sea air -- the fresh air over the Ocean and slightly inland

nale-lupete-nasini [ocean+air+vehicle.] n. seaplane, hydroplane -- aircraft with floats for landing on or taking off from water

nale-nale-kune-pitina [ocean+ocean+{opposite}+mark.] n. seamark -- a landmark visible from the sea used in navigation

nale-nalusu [ocean+outside.] n. seaside -- outside along the sea

nale-nane [ocean+mammal.] n. cetacean

nale-nane [ocean+mammal.] n. ocean-dwelling mammal (dolphin, sea otter, sea lion, manatee)

nale-nane-lete [ocean+mammal+{diminutive}.] n. porpoise -- any of several small gregarious cetacean mammals having a blunt snout and many teeth

nale-nane-tuna [ocean+mammal+{augmentative}.] n. whale -- any of the larger cetacean mammals having a streamlined body and breathing through a blowhole on the head

nale-nane-tuna [ocean+mammal+{augmentative}.] n. whale (larger cetaceans)

nale-napase [ocean+competition.] n. race of ships

nale-napu [ocean+obscenity.] n. an obscene word for the sea

nale-nasala [ocean+source.] n. home port

nale-nase [ocean+nose.] n. prow of a ship

nale-nase-sata [ocean+nose+animal.] n. elephant seal

nale-nasine [ocean+wind.] n. sea breeze

nale-nasini [ocean+vehicle.] n. oceanliner

nale-nasini [ocean+vehicle.] n. ship, sea vessel

nale-nasini-nesete [ocean+vehicle+site.] n. port, seaport

nale-nasini-netu-nine [ocean+vehicle+middle+fish.] n. midshipman (subfamily Porichthyinae)

nale-nasini-tuna [ocean+vehicle+{augmentative}.] n. oceanliner

nale-nesete [ocean+site.] n. sea front, seacoast

nale-nesetu [ocean+nest.] n. coral reef

nale-nesetu-nine [ocean+nest+fish.] n. coral trigger; triggerfish (genus Balistapus)

nale-nete [ocean+net.] n. trawl net

nale-nike [ocean+worker.] n. sailor -- one who works on a ship

nale-nike-tuna [ocean+worker+{augmentative}.] n. mariner -- one who navigates a ship

nale-nila [ocean+blue.] n. sea green

nale-nilite [ocean+military.] n. navy

nale-nine [ocean+fish.] n. saltwater fish

nale-nuka [ocean+limb.] n. flipper

nale-nuku-sata [ocean+mouth+animal.] n. sea anemone

nale-nunete [ocean+mountain.] n. island formed from volcanos

nale-nunete-lete [ocean+mountain+{diminutive}.] n. seamount -- underwater mountain with its summit below the surface of the sea

nale-nuni [ocean+absence.] n. low tide

nale-nupili [ocean+noble.] n. sea king -- a Viking pirate chief

nale-nusika [ocean+music.] n. chanty

nale-nusike [ocean+rodent.] n. sea otter

nale-nusike-lete [ocean+rodent+{diminutive}.] n. sea mouse

nale-nutu [ocean+death.] n. drowning

nale-nutule [ocean+motor.] n. outboard motor

Nale-nutu-pe-nesete-se [ocean+death+person+site.] proper n. Davy Jones' locker -- the bottom of the sea, especially as the grave of all who perish in the sea

Nale-nutu-pe-se [ocean+death+person.] proper n. Davy Jones -- culturally specific personification of the bottom of the sea, especially as the grave of all who perish in the sea

nale-nutuse [ocean+base.] n. port

nale-pakale [ocean+bovine.] n. manatee, dugong -- a marine mammal of the order Sirenia.

nale-pakale [ocean+bovine.] n. sea cow -- cow-like herbivorous marine mammals of the order Sirenia, having a paddlelike tail and rounded front flippers, including the manatee, dugong and the extinct Hydrodamalis stelleri

nale-pala [ocean+fruit.] n. sea grape

nale-palana [ocean+plant.] n. marine flora

nale-palise [ocean+digit.] n. fjord

nale-palise [ocean+digit.] n. strait

nale-pane [ocean+flag.] n. pennant -- long, tapering, usually triangular flag, used on ships for signaling or identification

nale-papa [ocean+fat.] n. blubber

nale-pata [ocean+water.] n. seawater

nale-pepe [ocean+creation.] n. naval construction corps, such as the Seabees of the U.S. Navy

nale-pepe [ocean+creation.] n. sea foam

nale-pete [ocean+foot.] n. webbed foot

nale-pila-sata [ocean+feather+animal.] n. sea feather

nale-pila-tile [ocean+feather+body-part.] n. scale

nale-pine [ocean+building.] n. lighthouse

nale-pisuke [ocean+{high-object}.] n. island

nale-pitakesulina [ocean+alphabet.] n. system of flag symbols used for ship-to-ship or ship-to-shore communication

nale-pitaku [ocean+separation.] n. isthmus (c.f. mardismest)

nale-pitaku-nesete [ocean+separation+site.] n. isthmus

nale-pitina [ocean+mark.] n. buoy

nale-pitina [ocean+mark.] n. hi/low tide line

nale-pulefe [ocean+dust.] n. foam

nale-puluni [ocean+full-container.] n. high tide

nale-puna [ocean+form.] n. stylistic representation of sea waves

nale-pupa [ocean+bomb.] n. torpedo

nale-salana [ocean+direction.] n. seaward -- a direction toward or at the sea

nale-salana [ocean+direction+{noun-modifier}.] adj. toward or at the sea

nale-salata [ocean+vegetable.] n. sea kale

nale-sale [ocean+salt.] n. sea salt

nale-saluta-kune [ocean+health+{opposite}.] n. seasickness

nale-saluta-kune-tuna [ocean+health+{opposite}+{augmentative}.] n. scurvy

nale-sanata [ocean+hand.] n. webbed hand

nale-sanate [ocean+freeze.] n. iceberg

nale-sane [ocean+bread.] n. hardtack

nale-sapalane [ocean+provision.] n. sealift of supplies

nale-sapili [ocean+ability.] n. sea legs -- the ability to walk steadily on board a ship

nale-sasane [ocean+government.] n. international maritime law

nale-sasi-sapali [ocean+fun+journey.] n. cruise

nale-sasi-sapali-natinu [ocean+fun+journey+nation.] n. the Bahamas

nale-sasute [ocean+container.] n. sea chest; sea borne

nale-sata [ocean+animal.] n. marine life

nale-satale [ocean+{fast-object}.] n. torpedo

nale-sepete [ocean+flower.] n. sea lily

nale-sesete [ocean+{feminine}.] n. mermaid

Nale-seta-se [ocean+set.] proper n. Seven Seas -- all the oceans of the world

nale-setina [ocean+wall.] n. dike, sea wall

nale-sikune [ocean+all-sides.] n. seagirt place

nale-sikune [ocean+all-sides+{noun-modifier}.] adj. seagirt -- surrounded by the sea

nale-sila [ocean+weapon.] n. torpedo

nale-sila-nine [ocean+weapon+fish.] n. torpedo ray; electric ray (genus Torpedo)

nale-sili [ocean+bird.] n. sea bird

nale-sili [ocean+bird.] n. seabird, a bird that spends much of its life fishing in the ocean or living seaside (seagull, tern, pelican)

nale-sisana [ocean+horse.] n. seahorse

nale-sisi [ocean+movement.] n. current

nale-sisi-pe [ocean+movement+person.] n. seafarer -- one who travels by sea

nale-suli [ocean+connection.] n. sea canal -- an ocean-connecting canal such as the Suez Canal (opened 1869), the Kiel Canal (opened 1895) and the Panama Canal (opened 1914)

nale-sulisuna [ocean+horizontal.] n. sea level

nale-sunane [ocean+human.] n. merman, mermaid

nale-sunu [ocean+sound.] n. roar of the sea

nale-susinu [ocean+pig.] n. sea hog, porpoise

nale-susu [ocean+responsibility.] n. sea duty -- duty at sea undertaken by naval personnel

nale-tala [ocean+removal.] n. evacuation by sea

nale-tale [ocean+star.] n. lodestar

nale-tanane [ocean+worthiness.] n. seaworthiness -- fitness to travel the sea

nale-tanane [ocean+worthiness+{noun-modifier}.] adj. seaworthy -- fit to travel the sea

nale-tatu [ocean+arachnid.] n. sea spider (Pycnogonida)

nale-telule [ocean+fear.] n. marephobia

nale-telule [ocean+fear.] n. thalassophobia

nale-tenali [sea+money.] n. sand dollar -- flattened disklike sea urchins that live on sandy bottoms

nale-tenali-sata [ocean+money+animal.] n. sand dollar

nale-tenete-nine [ocean+tooth+fish.] n. shark

nale-tesite [ocean+desire.] n. the call of the sea

Nale-tesu-se [ocean+god.] proper n. Poseidon (Greek), Neptune (Roman), Aegir (Norse) -- a culturally specific god of the sea

nale-tete [ocean+grains.] n. sea oats

nale-tiketu [ocean+ink.] n. ink ejected from a cephalopod (octopus, squid, cuttlefish, nautilus, et al) for protection or defense

nale-tikile [ocean+tiger.] n. sea lion

nale-tile [ocean+body-part.] n. fin

nale-tule [ocean+{heavy-object}.] n. anchor

Nale-tuna-se [ocean+{augmentative}.] proper n. Ocean -- the entire body of salt water covering more than 70% of the Earth's surface

nale-tupe-kune [ocean+top+{opposite}.] n. sea floor

nale-tupuse [ocean+tube.] n. tube worm -- a small tubular invertebrate living in colonies on the ocean floor

nale-tupuse-sata [ocean+tube+animal.] n. sea cucumber

nale-tusane [ocean+storm.] n. hurricane

nalike [From Hindi /malik/ and Arabic /malak/.] possession -- anything that is had or owned [when used as a verb, in form

nalike [possession+{verb}.] v. Agent A possesses Patient P in regards to Focus F

nalike [possession+{verb}.] v. S possesses O.

nalike [possession+{verb}.] v. S possesses the O property equal to or characterized by X.

nalike-kalane [possession+communication-unit.] n. territorial marking

nalike-kalape-kanuna-kune [possession+change+law+{opposite}.] n. theft -- taking without permission

nalike-kesinu [possession+science.] n. economics

nalike-kune [possession+{opposite}.] n. unpossession -- that which is not owned

nalike-nuni [possession+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. ascetic

nalusu [From Russian /naruju/.] outside -- the space beyond the outer surface

nalusu [outside+{verb}.] v. leave, exit

nalusu-kalane [outside+communication-unit.] n. telepathy

nalusu-kane-tile-nine [outside+sight+body-part+fish.] n. argentine (family Argentinidae)

nalusu-kasese [outside+{abstraction}.] n. foreignness

nalusu-kune [outside+{opposite}.] n. inside -- the space within the inner surface

nalusu-kune-na [outside+{opposite}+{preposition}.] postp. inside -- position preposition

nalusu-kune-nenu [outside+{opposite}+egg.] n. ovum -- the internal egg cell in live+bearing mammals

nalusu-kune-neti-kali [outside+{opposite}+mind+word.] n. idea, concept -- the content of cognition

nalusu-kune-nuni [outside+{opposite}+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. hollow

nalusu-kune-pe [outside+{opposite}+person+{noun-modifier}.] adj. insider-oriented -- related to company insiders, as in "insider trading"

nalusu-kune-sanata [outside+{opposite}+hand.] n. palm -- the inner surface of the hand from the wrist to the base of the fingers

nalusu-kune-sisi-na [outside+{opposite}+movement+{preposition}.] postp. in, inward, into -- motion preposition

nalusu-kune-tepuse [outside+{opposite}+time+{verb}.] v. within the time -- clause conjunction

nalusu-kune-tepuse-na [outside+{opposite}+time+{preposition}.] postp. inside, during, within -- time preposition

nalusu-lete [outside+{diminutive}.] n. outer surface

nalusu-liku [outside+liquid.] n. ectoplasm -- slime produced in thin layers on the outside of an organism

nalusu-na [outside+{preposition}.] postp. outside -- position preposition

nalusu-nasini [outside+vehicle.] n. convertible

nalusu-natinu-pe [outside+nation+person.] n. foreigner, alien, noncitizen, outlander -- a person who comes from a foreign country; someone who does not owe allegiance to your country

nalusu-nu [outside+one.] n. extrapolation -- calculation of the value of a function outside the range of known values (mathematics)

nalusu-nupeti [outside+marriage.] n. exogamy, intermarriage -- marriage to a person belonging to a tribe or group other than your own as required by custom or law

nalusu-nupeti-sapite [outside+marriage+copulation.] n. adultery -- when a married person has sex with someone other than their spouse

nalusu-palana [outside+plant.] n. epiphyte -- a plant that grows from the surface of another plant

nalusu-pine-kani [outside+building+garment.] n. coat -- an outer garment that has sleeves and covers the body from shoulder down; worn outdoors

nalusu-pitakesulina [outside+alphabet.] n. sound not represented by the Dublex (Roman) alphabet (c.f. bahbacfon)

nalusu-pitakesulina-sunu [outside+alphabet+sound.] n. sound not represented by the Dublex (Roman) alphabet

nalusu-pupi-nesete [outside+people-group+site.] n. suburbs

nalusu-salana-kaneke-sata [outside+direction+shell+animal.] n. conch (suborder Prosobranchia)

nalusu-sisi-na [outside+movement+{preposition}.] postp. out, outward -- motion preposition

nalusu-tepuse [outside+time+{preposition}+{opposite}.] cl. modif. except for the time -- clause conjunction

nalusu-tepuse-na [outside+time+{preposition}.] postp. outside, except -- time preposition

nalusu-tuna [outside+{augmentative}.] n. outdoors

nana [Unknown origin.] electricity -- a form of energy associated with moving electrons and protons

nana-kalape-kalene [electricity+change+agent.] n. electrical transformer

nana-kalene [electricity+agent.] n. generator

nana-kaletela [electricity+road.] n. monorail

nana-kaletela-kasese [electricity+road+{abstraction}.] n. electric circuit

nana-kane [electricity+sight.] n. television

nana-kasese [electricity+{abstraction}.] n. electron

nana-kasese [electricity+{abstraction}.] n. shock -- not necessarily caused by electricity, but could be something "electrifying" in a metamorphic sense.

Nana-kasese-nikule-sekupe-se [electricity+{abstraction}+tiny-item+watcher.] proper n. Electron microscope

nana-kesinu [electricity+science.] n. electromagnetism

nana-kesinu [electricity+science.] n. should cover more than electromagnetic theory, but every systematic study that concerns electricity. If the definition "Electromagnetism" already means that, treat this as a clarification.

nana-kitala [electricity+guitar.] n. electric guitar

nana-kune [electricity+{opposite}.] n. magnetism (there is no obvious polar opposite for "electricity". If there is no better suggestion, I will suggest defining "violt" as "magnetism", a physical phenomena closely coupled with "electricity")

nana-kune-kesinu [electricity+{opposite}+science.] n. magnetism (the science)

nana-lete [electricity+{diminutive}.] n. electronic (to name "electronic" things like "electronic switch" whenever a distinction from "electrical things" is needed. The rationale is that "electronic" things are usually smaller in size and use less electricity) NOTE: For the "electronic" in "e-mail" and "e-commerce", do not use "vaolt", use "ciber"

nana-lete-kaletela-kasese [electricity+{diminutive}+road+{abstraction}.] n. electronic circuit

nana-lete-kesinu [electricity+{diminutive}+science.] n. science of electronics

nana-lu [electricity+fall.] n. electrical resistance

nana-lu [electricity+fall.] n. resistance (electrical)

nana-lu-kalene [electricity+fall+agent.] n. resistor (electrical)

nana-luku [electricity+location.] n. electric potential

nana-luku-sa [electricity+location+{difference}.] n. potential difference

nana-nana-kune-kesinu [electricity+electricity+{opposite}+science.] n. electromagnetism

nana-nana-kune-lisepe [electricity+electricity+{opposite}+reciprocity.] n. electromagnetic induction, NOTE: I do not choose "voltrisp" to mean "inductance" because it is less meaningful from the point of view of circuit theory. "risp" based words are reserved for electromagnetic induction.

nana-nasala [electricity+source.] n. power source -- use this word when it does not matter whether it is generated or stored, as the power source in a circuit.

nana-nasini [electricity+vehicle.] n. electric car

nana-nike [electricity+worker.] n. should include all professionals concerning electicity, but very likely it will undergo semantic shift to mean either electrician or electrical engineer, or electricity scientist...

nana-nine [electricity+fish.] n. electric eel

nana-palana-liku [electricity+plant+liquid.] n. amber -- a hardened form of sap capable of producing electricity

nana-pale [electricity+blade.] n. cattle prod -- an electrified pointed object designed for driving cattle.

nana-paneka [electricity+reserve.] n. battery

nana-paneka-kalene [electricity+reserve+agent.] n. battery

nana-pepe-kalene [electricity+creation+agent.] n. generator

nana-pete-nesete-seli [electricity+foot+site+series.] n. escalator

nana-pitakesulina [electricity+alphabet.] n. same as gasbac, c.f.

nana-pusata [electricity+mail.] n. telegram

nana-pusene-kasese [electricity+something-tardy+{abstraction}.] n. inductance (electrical) -- inductance delays increase in voltage.

nana-sapalane [electricity+provision.] n. power supply -- a device that converts electricity into the form ready to use.

nana-sasute [electricity+container.] n. capacitor (electrical) -- temporarily stores electricity

nana-sasute-kasese [electricity+container+{abstraction}.] n. capacitance (electrical) -- electricity-capacity

nana-sasute-kasese-kalene [electricity+container+{abstraction}+agent.] n. capacitor (electrical) -- temporarily stores electricity

nana-sikulu-kasese [electricity+circle+{abstraction}.] n. not an electric circuit itself but an actual loop or a "mesh" in circuit analysis, one circuit may contain multiple meshs, and an open circuit may contain none

nana-silu [electricity+zero.] n. electrical ground (zero potential)

nana-sisi [electricity+movement.] n. electric current

nana-sisi-kiki [electricity+movement+measure.] n. amperage

nana-sisi-kiki [electricity+movement+measure.] n. ampere (A)

nana-sisi-kiki-kalene [electricity+movement+measure+agent.] n. ammeter

nana-sisi-kiki-kasese [electricity+movement+measure+{abstraction}.] n. electric current (amperage)

nana-sisi-nasala [electricity+movement+source.] n. current source

nana-sunu-sinata [electricity+sound+tool.] n. electronic musical instrument

nana-sutale [electricity+thread.] n. electric wire

nana-tuna [electricity+{augmentative}.] n. power supply system -- generation and distribution of electricity on a large scale (note: "volt" should be used to name things in between electronic and power supply or where the distinction is not important. E.g. voltdoarg, vaoltdoarg, vuoltdoarg

nana-tuna-kaletela-kasese [electricity+{augmentative}+road+{abstraction}.] n. power grid

nana-tuna-pepe-kalene [electricity+{augmentative}+creation+agent.] n. power plant

nana-tuna-sutale [electricity+{augmentative}+thread.] n. power line/cable

nana-tunu-lete [electricity+atom+{diminutive}.] n. electron

nana-tupa [electricity+pressing.] n. electromotive force

nana-tupa-kiki [electricity+pressing+measure.] n. volt

nana-tupa-kiki [electricity+pressing+measure.] n. voltage

nana-tupa-kiki-kalene [electricity+pressing+measure+agent.] n. voltmeter

nana-tupa-kiki-kasese [electricity+pressing+measure+{abstraction}.] n. voltage

nana-tupa-nasala [electricity+pressing+source.] n. voltage source

nane [From Late Latin 'mammalis', "of the breast", extant in English 'mammal', Spanish 'mamífero', Italian 'mammifero', with initial /m-/ strengthened by Russian /mlikapitayuc/.] mammal -- any warm-blooded vertebrate having the skin more or less covered with hair; young are born alive, except for the small subclass of monotremes, and nourished with milk

nane-kesinu [mammal+science.] n. mammalogy

nanepu [From Mandingo (Bambara) 'ñambu', extant in Arabic, Russian, Spanish, English, et al.] tuber -- a swollen, fleshy, typically subterranean stem such as the potato and yam, bearing buds from which new shoots grow

Nanepu-nasiku-se [tuber+insect.] proper n. Jerusalem cricket; potato bug (family Gryllacrididae)

nanepu-nasini [tuber+vehicle.] n. the proverbial turnip truck

nanese [Forms like /mantsa/ are common from Slavic to Sanscrit. With /m-s/ in Russian /myas/ and /m-/ in English 'meat'. From Acadon.] meat -- the flesh of animals (incl. birds, fishes, snails, et al) when used as food

nanese-kalane [meat+communication-unit.] n. cannon fodder

nanese-kula [meat+sphere.] n. meatball

nanese-kunane [meat+eating+{noun-modifier}.] adj. carnivorous

nanese-kunane-kali-sili [meat+eating+word+bird.] n. kea

nanese-lanase-lepeti-nine [meat+{long-object}+reptile+fish.] n. moray eel (family Muraenidae)

nanese-lepeti [meat+reptile.] n. alligator, crocodile

nanese-liku [meat+liquid.] n. juice (of meat)

Nanese-natinu-se [meat+nation.] proper n. Germany

nanese-nine [meat+fish.] n. piranha

nanese-paneka-sili [meat+reserve+bird.] n. shrike (Laniidae)

nanese-sepe-nane [meat+pocket+mammal.] n. marsupial carnivore (Dasyuridae)

nanese-sili [meat+bird.] n. bird of prey; hawk, eagle

Nanese-sili-sutale-lepeti-se [meat+bird+thread+reptile.] proper n. Mexico (MEX)

nanete [From Latin 'mandare', "order" (extant in Spanish /demand-/, English 'mandate', Italian, Esperanto and Novial /komand-/ et al), reinforced by Mandarin Chinese /min/, and Arabic /amar/.] command, instruction -- a code telling a computer to perform a particular operation; the code ranges from a machine code to a line of source code in a high-level programming language

nanete-kalane [command+communication-unit.] n. op code (computers

nanete-nasini [command+vehicle.] n. radio-control car

nanete-nete [command+net.] n. hierarchy, power structure, pecking order -- the organization of people at different ranks in an administrative body

nanete-seta [command+set.] n. program, software, application -- a program that gives a computer instructions that provide the computer with tools to accomplish a task

nanete-sikulu-kasese [command+circle+{abstraction}.] n. programming loop

nane-tile [mammal+body-part.] n. breast, bosom -- either of two soft fleshy milk-secreting glandular organs on the chest of a woman, or analogous organs on other female mammals

nani [Shortened form of Hindi /naram/, influenced by Arabic /naim/.] soft object -- an object that yields readily to pressure

nani-kalepe [soft-object+carbon.] n. graphite, black lead, plumbago -- a soft hexagonally crystallized allotrope of carbon, used in lead pencils and used as a lubricant and as a moderator in nuclear reactors

nani-kaneke-lepeti [soft-object+shell+reptile.] n. softshell turtle (Trionychidae)

nani-kasese [soft-object+{abstraction}.] n. a kind, inviting mannerism

nani-kune [soft-object+{opposite}.] n. a hard, pointy thing which is uncomfortable to have thrown at your head; a rock, a hammer, a Chinese throwing star

nani-kune [soft-object+{opposite}.] n. firm -- not soft or yielding to pressure [aj

nani-kune [soft-object+{opposite}.] n. hard, firm, resistant to pressure [aj

nani-kune-kaputa-nine [soft-object+{opposite}+head+fish.] n. gurnard (family Triglidae)

nani-kune-nase-liku [soft-object+{opposite}+nose+liquid.] n. mucus

nani-kune-pesipitasi [soft-object+{opposite}+precipitation.] n. hail -- precipitation in the form of pellets of ice and hard snow

nani-kune-pesipitasi-luka [soft-object+{opposite}+precipitation+rock.] n. hailstone -- a hard pellet of snow and ice

nani-lete [soft-object+{diminutive}.] n. a nice, soft thing which it is comfortable to have lying on you; a pillow, a kitten, a suitably petite girl

nani-lete-nalake [soft-object+{diminutive}+milk.] n. butter

nani-lete-nalake-nine [soft-object+{diminutive}+milk+fish.] n. butterfish (family Stromateidae)

nani-nalake [soft-object+milk.] n. cheese

nani-pulase-nusike [soft-object+hair+rodent.] n. chinchilla (Chinchilla)

nani-tuna [soft-object+{augmentative}.] n. a nice, soft thing which it is comfortable to be lying on; a beanbag chair, a doberman pinscher.

nanu [From Greek 'papuros', extant in Latin, Spanish /papel-/, French, Germanic (English, German, Dutch), et al.] paper -- a material made of cellulose pulp derived mainly from wood, rags or certain grasses

nanu-kalane [paper+communication-unit.] n. written message

nanu-kesinu [paper+science.] n. papyrology

nanu-kunuse [paper+cone.] n. paper cone -- protective cone placed around the neck of an animal to keep it from scratching out its stitches

nanu-nasiku [paper+insect.] n. paper wasp (Polistes)

nanu-nasini [paper+vehicle.] n. paper airplane

nanu-palana [paper+plant.] n. papyrus -- a plant genus used by the ancients to make the first paper

nanu-tikile [paper+tiger.] n. paper tiger, of course!

napase [From Arabic /nafas/.] competition -- the act of striving with others to attain a goal

napase-kalase-tesu [competition+cross+god.] n. anti-Christ

napase-nasini [competition+vehicle.] n. racecar

napase-nuni [competition+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. unopposed (as in an election)

napate [From Arabic /nabat/.] increase -- a process of becoming larger

napate [increase+{verb}.] v. Agent A grows patient P in regards to focus F.

napate-kasese [increase+{abstraction}.] n. addition

napate-luku [increase+location.] n. a widening in a narrow area

napate-tale [increase+star.] n. meteor, shooting star -- a streak of light in the sky at night that results when a meteoroid hits the earth's atmosphere and air friction causes the meteoroid to melt or vaporize or explode

Napate-tale-lalu-tanu-se [meteor+iron+hurt.] proper n. Rastafarian, Rasta -- follower of Rastafarianism

nape [Blend of English 'ma' & 'pa', which have many cognates throughout the world (/m*-/ for "mother" is extremely widespread). Reversal of Acadon 'pa' & 'ma' combination.] parent -- a father or mother; one who begets or one who gives birth to a child

nape-kalane [parent+communication-unit.] n. an ignored message

nape-kasese [parent+{abstraction}.] n. father

nape-kasese-telule [parent+{abstraction}+fear.] n. patrophobia

nape-lele [parent+{masculine}.] n. father

nape-lete [parent+{diminutive}.] n. stepparent

nape-nape-sunu-sinata [parent+parent+sound+tool.] n. bassoon, contrabassoon

nape-nuni-pe [parent+absence+person.] n. orphan

nape-pitakesulina [parent+alphabet.] n. the Phoenician alphabet

nape-sesete [parent+{feminine}.] n. mother -- a woman who has given birth to a child

nape-sesete [parent+{feminine}.] n. mother

nape-sesete-telule [parent+{feminine}+fear.] n. matrophobia

nape-tuna [parent+{augmentative}.] n. grandparent

napine [From Hindi /navin/.] frequent event -- an event that occurs relatively often within a given time period [scalar]

napine-kasese [{frequent-event}+{abstraction}.] n. frequency -- number of occurrences within a given time period [scalar

napine-kiki [{frequent-event}+measure.] n. hertz

napine-kiki-kasese [{frequent-event}+measure+{abstraction}.] n. frequency

napine-kune [{frequent-event}+{opposite}.] n. infrequent event -- an event that does not occur relatively often within a given time period [scalar

napine-nasini [{frequent-event}+vehicle.] n. ferryboat

napine-nune-sapili [{frequent-event}+negation+ability+{noun-modifier}.] adj. unlikely; improbable -- having low odds of occurring

napine-sapili [{frequent-event}+ability.] n. probability -- the fact of having high odds in favor of occurring

napine-sapili [{frequent-event}+ability+{noun-modifier}.] adj. probable; likely -- having high odds of occurring

napine-sekupe [frequent event+watcher.] n. frequent-event watcher -- someone who is constantly looking for patterns in daily life as a means of finding meaning

napine-sekupe [frequent-event+watcher.] n. sports fan, fan -- an enthusiastic devotee of sports

napisu [From Russian /navirzhu/.] something above -- something at a position overhead

napisu-kulepu-lete-nine [something-above+body-of-water+{diminutive}+fish.] n. salmon, trout (genus Salmo)

napisu-kune [something-above+{opposite}.] n. below

napisu-kune-lunene-netale [something-above+{opposite}+light+metal.] n. silver -- the metallic chemical element of the atomic number 47 (Ag)

napisu-kune-na [something-above+{opposite}+{preposition}.] postp. below -- position preposition

napisu-kune-sisi-na [something-above+{opposite}+movement+{preposition}.] postp. under -- motion preposition

napisu-kune-sule [something-above+{opposite}+Sun.] n. sunset, west -- daily event of the sun sinking below the horizon

napisu-kune-tepuse [something-above+{opposite}+time+{verb}.] v. before -- clause conjunction

napisu-kune-tepuse-na [something-above+{opposite}+time+{preposition}.] postp. before -- time preposition

napisu-kune-tupe-pine [something-above+{opposite}+top+building.] n. attic, garret -- an open space at the top of a house just below the roof; usu. used for storage

napisu-lala [something above+time.] n. spare time, free time -- time when you are free to do things that you enjoy

napisu-salana-nuka-nine [something-above+direction+limb+fish.] n. menhaden (genus Brevoortia)

napisu-sisi [something-above+movement+{noun-modifier}.] adj. rising

napisu-sisi [something-above+movement+{verb}.] v. move up

napisu-tanane [something above+worthiness.] n. exemplar -- something or someone to be held up as the ultimate standard in conduct, manners, achievement

napisu-tunu-lete-palate [something-above+atom+{diminutive}+part.] n. up-quark

napu [From Sona /apu/.] obscenity -- something offensive to standards of decency [typically appended to a word to make it obscene: e.g., _duvpig_ is "buttocks", but _duvpigfac_ is "ass"]

napu-kalane [obscenity+communication-unit.] n. curse

napu-kali [obscenity+word.] n. swear, oath, obscenity, vulgarity - when referring to words

napu-nuni [obscenity+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. G-rated

napu-pitakesulina [obscenity+alphabet.] n. profanitype -- the series of asterisks and other characters used to blot out some or all of the letters in words that are obscene or satirically being portrayed as obscene

nasala [Blend of Russian /nashin/ and Arabic /shara/.] source, origin -- the place where something begins, where it springs into being

nasala-kali-sise [source+word+system.] n. a posteriori artificial language -- a language with a lexicon borrowing terms from one or more other languages

nasala-kesinu [source+science.] n. etiology

nasala-nuni-naseke [source+absence+birth.] n. spontaneous generation

nasala-sike [source+search.] n. genealogy -- the study of ancestry, family trees and successive generations of kin

nase [From Indo-European *nas-, extant in Russian, Hindi, Latin, Spanish, English, et al.] nose, olfactory organ -- the organ of smell and entrance to the respiratory tract; the prominent part of the face of man or other mammals

nase-kaneke-pulase-nane [nose+shell+hair+mammal.] n. rhinoceros (Rhinocerotidae)

nase-kasese-katuse [nose+{abstraction}+cat.] n. stenchcat -- a catlike mammal ejecting a musky or foul-smelling oily liquid from anal scent glands; though related to one another more in form than ancestry, types of stenchcats are common in widely varied regions: the skunk (Mephitis) of the Americas; the polecat or fitch (Mustela putorius) of Europe; the polecat (Mustela eversmanni) of central Asia; the civet cat (Viverridae) of Africa and Asia, et al.

nase-kasese-sasaki-sasale [nose+{abstraction}+favorableness+tree.] n. nutmeg, nutmeg tree, Myristica fragrans -- East Indian tree widely cultivated in the tropics for its aromatic seed; source of two spices: nutmeg and mace

nase-katuse [nose+cat.] n. stenchcat -- a catlike mammal ejecting a musky or foul-smelling oily liquid from anal scent glands; though related to one another more in form than ancestry, types of stenchcats are common in widely varied regions: the skunk (Mephitis) of the Americas; the polecat or fitch (Mustela putorius) of Europe; the polecat (Mustela eversmanni) of central Asia; the civet cat (Viverridae) of Africa and Asia, et al.

naseke [From Latin 'nascens', extant in Romance (Spanish, Italian, Esperanto and Novial) and English 'nascent'.] birth -- the time when life begins

naseke-kalane [birth+communication-unit.] n. birth announcement

naseke-kalene [birth+agent.] n. pregnant woman -- a pregnant woman, especially one in labor

naseke-kalene-nike [birth+agent+worker.] n. surrogate mother -- a woman who consented to having a fertilized egg placed in her womb, especially a woman doing this for hire

naseke-kalene-sasape [birth+agent+companion.] n. midwife

naseke-kapina [birth+card.] n. birth certificate

naseke-kesinu [birth+science.] n. obstetrics

naseke-kita-tile [birth+food+body-part.] n. placenta -- the vascular structure in the uterus of most mammals providing oxygen and nutrients for and transferring wastes from the developing fetus

naseke-kune-pe [birth+{opposite}+person.] n. fetus -- a human being who has not yet been born

naseke-kune-pe-nutu [birth+{opposite}+person+death.] n. miscarriage -- the natural death of a fetus during development and rejection from its mother's body

naseke-kune-sata [birth+{opposite}+animal.] n. fetus -- an animal who has not yet been born

naseke-lepeti [birth+reptile.] n. garter snake (Thamnophis)

naseke-liku [birth+liquid.] n. amniotic fluid

naseke-liku-sake [birth+liquid+sack.] n. amniotic sac

nase-kene [nose+hole.] n. nostril

naseke-nupile [birth+furniture.] n. birthing bed -- a hospital bed configured with accessories to assist childbirth

naseke-nutu [birth+death.] n. 1. stillbirth, when referring to a baby 2. death in childbirth, when referring to a mother

naseke-nutu-sikulu [birth+death+circle.] n. reincarnation

naseke-pe [birth+person.] n. newborn -- a human baby within the first few weeks after birth

naseke-salape-kune-pe [birth+{old-object}+{opposite}+person.] n. newborn -- a human infant who has just been born

naseke-seta-kelu [birth+set+four.] n. quadruplet -- either of 4 offspring born at the same time

naseke-seta-nu [birth+set+one.] n. singleton -- an only child

naseke-seta-pene [birth+set+five.] n. quintuplet -- either of 5 offspring born at the same time

naseke-seta-sese [birth+set+six.] n. sextuplet -- either of 6 offspring born at the same time

naseke-seta-sete [birth+set+seven.] n. septuplet -- either of 7 offspring born at the same time

naseke-seta-ti [birth+set+three.] n. triplet -- either of 3 offspring born at the same time

naseke-seta-tu [birth+set+two.] n. twin -- either of 2 offspring born at the same time

naseke-sikulu-tile [birth+circle+body-part.] n. navel, umbilicus, bellybutton, omphalos, omphalus -- scar where the umbilical cord was attached

naseke-sili [birth+bird.] n. stork (Ciconiidae)

nase-kesinu [nose+science.] n. rhinology

naseke-sipe [birth+task.] n. bearing a child

naseke-sule-seta-susite [birth+Sun+set+meaning.] n. astrology -- the connection of star and planet configurations to personal and world events, cycles, personalities, etc.

naseke-tenete [birth+tooth.] n. primary tooth, deciduous tooth, baby tooth, milk tooth -- one of the first temporary teeth of a young mammal (one of 20 in human children)

naseke-tile [birth+body-part.] n. uterus, womb -- a hollow muscular organ in the pelvic cavity of females; contains the developing fetus

naseke-tupuse [birth+tube.] n. placenta; umbilical cord

naseke-tupuse [birth+tube.] n. umbilical cord (c.f. nasctubbad)

naseke-tupuse-nane [birth+tube+mammal.] n. placental mammal (infraclass Eutheria)

naseke-tupuse-tasale-kene [birth+tube+remainder+hole.] n. navel; belly-button

naseke-tupuse-tile [birth+tube+body-part.] n. umbilical cord -- a vessel connecting the fetus with the placenta

nase-liku [nose+liquid.] n. phlegm

nase-nane [nose+mammal.] n. elephant

nase-senuse [nose+sense.] n. smell

nase-senuse [nose+sense+{verb}.] v. smell

nase-senuse-nala-nasiku [nose+sense+disparagement+insect.] n. stinkbug

nase-senuse-nuni [nose+sense+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. anosmic

nase-sunu-sili [nose+sound+bird.] n. goose

nase-sunu-sili-nine [nose+sound+bird+fish.] n. goosefish (family Lophiidae)

nase-sunu-sinata [nose+sound+tool.] n. nose flute

nase-supaka [nose+opening.] n. nostril

nasi [From Latin 'machine' (from Indo-European *magh-ana- by way of Greek), extant in Arabic, Russian, Hindi, Romance (Spanish, Italian, et al), Germanic (English, German, Dutch, et al), and auxilaries (Esperanto, Novial, et al).] machine -- any mechanical or electrical device that transmits or modifies energy to perform or assist the performance of human tasks

nasi-kalane [machine+communication-unit.] n. bit (1 or zero

nasi-kesinu [machine+science.] n. mechanics

nasiku [From Russian /nasikoma/.] insect -- small air-breathing arthropod of the class Insecta, with adult stage having three pairs of legs

nasiku-kalape-sake [insect+change+sack.] n. pupa -- an inert structure inhabited by an insect while it is undergoing metamorphosis

nasiku-kaneke [insect+shell.] n. elytra -- the pair of hard wing-shaped flaps over the wings of beetles

nasiku-kesinu [insect+science.] n. entomology

nasiku-kunane [insect+eating+{noun-modifier}.] adj. insectivorous

nasiku-nane [insect+mammal.] n. shrew (Soricidae)

nasiku-natu [insect+adult.] n. imago -- the adult form of an insect after metamorphosis

nasiku-natu-kune [insect+adult+{opposite}.] n. larva -- the juvenile form of an insect that is radically different from the adult form

nasiku-natu-kune-kusulu [insect+adult+{opposite}+alcohol.] n. tequila

nasiku-nesetu-pala [insect+nest+fruit.] n. fig

nasiku-nesetu-pala-sili [insect+nest+fruit+bird.] n. figbird (Sphecotheres)

nasiku-nusike [insect+rodent.] n. grasshopper mouse (Onychomys)

nasiku-pala [insect+fruit.] n. fig

Nasiku-pala-sili-se [insect+fruit+bird.] proper n. Old World orioles, figbirds (Oriolini)

nasiku-pe [insect+person.] n. fairy -- a small flying person with insect-like wings.

nasiku-pitakesulina [insect+alphabet.] n. an artistic system of lettering involving the juxtaposition of close-up photographs of moth and butterfly wings including natural designs that happen to resemble a letter of the English alphabet

nasiku-sili [insect+bird.] n. flycatcher (Tyrannidae)

nasiku-sinata [insect+bird.] n. titmouse, tit -- small insectivorous birds

nasiku-tata [insect+amphibian.] n. cricket frog (Acris)

nasiku-telule [insect+fear.] n. entomophobia

nasi-lene [machine+learning.] n. artificial intelligence, AI -- the branch of computer science that deal with writing computer programs that can solve problems creatively

nasine [From Arabic /nasim/.] wind -- air moving sometimes with considerable force from an area of high pressure to an area of low pressure

nasine-kesinu [wind+science.] n. aerodynamics

nasine-kiki-sinata [wind+measure+tool.] n. anemometer

nasine-lete [wind+{diminutive}.] n. breeze -- slight, usu. refreshing wind

nasine-lupete-nasini [wind+air+vehicle.] n. balloon -- large tough non-rigid bag filled with gas or hot air with basket underneath to ride in

nasine-pale [wind+blade.] n. wind mill vane

nasine-pata-nasini [wind+water+ehicle.] n. sail boat

nasine-sunu-sinata [wind+sound+tool.] n. wind instrument

nasine-telule [wind+fear.] n. anemophobia

nasine-tile [wind+body-part.] n. windpipe; trachea

nasine-tuna [wind+much.] n. windstorm -- a storm consisting of violent winds

nasini [From Russian /mashin/.] vehicle -- a conveyance that transports people or objects

nasini-kaluka [vehicle+peripheral.] n. steering wheel controller (used for racing games etc)

nasini-kapina [vehicle+card.] n. driver's license

nasini-kesinu [vehicle+science.] n. navigation

nasini-kunuse [vehicle+cone.] n. traffic cone -- a tall orange cone typically used to warn vehicles away from obstacles or obstructions

nasini-lapati-nasi [vehicle+washing/cleaning+machine.] n. carwash, car wash -- a bay that a vehicle can be driven into and automatically washed and cleaned by machinery

nasini-lapati-nesete [vehicle+washing+site.] n. car wash

nasini-liku [vehicle+liquid.] n. vehicle liquid -- gasoline, oil, brake fluid, steering fluid or any other liquid crucial to the operation of a vehicle, especially a motor vehicle

Nasini-nasini-se [vehicle+vehicle.] proper n. SUV, Sports Utility Vehicle

nasini-nutu-lu [vehicle+death+fall.] n. crash

nasini-pine [vehicle+building.] n. garage

nasi-sunu-sinata [machine+sound+tool.] n. mechanical musical instrument, such as a player piano or music box.

nati [From Latin 'matiera', extant in Arabic, Russian, Romance (Spanish, Italian), Germanic (English, German, Dutch) and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial).] matter, material, substance -- that which has mass and occupies space

nati-katipe-kiki [matter+{dense-object}+measure.] n. kilogram per meter cubed

nati-katipe-kiki-kasese [matter+{dense-object}+measure+{abstraction}.] n. mass density

nati-kesinu [matter+science.] n. physics

nati-kiki [matter+measure.] n. kilogram (kg) (Note *NOT* gram; use of kilogram as the base unit is the SI standard)

nati-kiki-kasese [matter+measure+{abstraction}.] n. mass

nati-kune [matter+{opposite}.] n. energy

nati-kune [matter+{opposite}.] n. immaterial -- of no relevance or importance [aj

natinu [From Old French 'nation' (from Latin 'natio'), extant in Russian, Romance (Spanish, Italian, et al), Germanic (English, German, Dutch, et al) and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial, et al).] nation, country, state, political entity -- a politically organised body of people under a single government

natinu-kalane [nation+communication-unit.] n. national character

natinu-kasese [nation+{abstraction}.] n. fatherland

natinu-kesinu [nation+science.] n. diplomacy

natinu-kune [nation+{opposite}.] n. ethnos

natinu-lete [nation+{diminutive}.] n. micronation -- a constructed nation

natinu-lete [nation+{diminutive}.] n. region, state (in USA), province (in Canada), shire (in England), Land (in Germany), republic (in former USSR and former Yugoslavia)

nati-nuni [matter+absence.] n. vacuum, void

natinu-pitaku [nation+separation.] n. exile -- absence from country or homeland

natinu-seti [nation+emotion.] n. patriotism, nationalism -- love of country and willingness to sacrifice for it

natinu-sunu [nation+sound.] n. national anthem

natinu-supele [nation+superlative.] n. super power

natinu-tuna [nation+{augmentative}.] n. empire

nati-pupu [matter+file.] n. file -- a physical equivalent of a computer file

nati-tunu-lete [matter+atom+{diminutive}.] n. fermion -- particles that make up matter

natu [Contraction of Latin 'maturus', extant in Russian, English, Esperanto, Novial, et al.] adult -- a fully developed person or creature from maturity onward

natu-kune-sapite-tata [adult+{opposite}+copulation+amphibian.] n. axolotl

natula [From Latin 'natura', extant in Romance (Spanish, Italian, et al), Germanic (English, German, Dutch, et al) and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial, et al).] nature -- that which occurs spontaneously, the non-artificial world; in compounds refers to something natural as opposed to something manmade

natula-kali-sise [nature+word+system.] n. natural language, tongue -- a human written or spoken language used by a community; opposed to e.g. a computer language

natula-kesinu [nature+science.] n. naturalism

natula-kulule-nati [nature+color+matter.] n. natural dye

natula-kulule-nati-nasiku [nature+color+matter+insect.] n. cochineal insect (family Dactylopiidae)

natula-kune-kulule-nati [nature+{opposite}+color+matter.] n. dye -- an artificial coloring substance

natula-nikule [nature+tiny object/event.] n. parturition, birth, giving birth, birthing -- the process of giving birth

natula-pipi [nature+rule.] n. natural law

natula-tanu [nature+injury.] n. contamination, pollution -- the act of contaminating or polluting; including (either intentionally or accidentally) unwanted substances or factors

natu-pe-lele [adult+person+{masculine}.] n. man -- specifically adult, teenage boys not included

natu-pe-sesete [adult+person+{feminine}.] n. woman -- specifically adult, teenage girls not included

natu-sakala-kalape [adult+form+change.] n. metamorphosis -- the radical changes occurring in the body form of an animal as it goes through stages of maturation

ne [From Indo-European /-em/.] {second-person pronoun}

nelike [From Hindi 'mrig', with initial /m-/ in Mandarin Chinese 'mi'.] deer, cervid -- distinguished from Bovidae by the male's having solid deciduous antlers

nelike-nasiku [deer+insect.] n. deer fly (genus Chrysops)

nelike-nusike [deer+rodent.] n. deer mouse

nelike-pakale [deer+bovine.] n. antelope

nelike-sanile [deer+beauty.] n. doe-eyed

nelu [From Italian 'nero', from Latin 'niger', extant in Romance (Spanish, Portuguese, Esperanto, Novial, et al) and English 'Negro'.] black, blackness -- the quality or state of the achromatic color of the least lightness

nelu-kane [black+sight.] n. sunglasses, dark glasses, shades -- spectacles that are darkened or polarized to protect the eyes from the glare of the sun

nelu-kune-kelane-pine [black+{opposite}+family+building.] n. nieri fambin (c.f.)

Nelu-kune-lele-nese-se [black+{opposite}+{masculine}+sheep.] proper n. Falkland Islands (FLK)

Nelu-kune-lepe-se [black+{opposite}+left.] proper n. Madagascar (MDG)

nelu-kune-luke [black+{opposite}+allium.] n. onion -- bulbous plant (Allium cepa) having hollow leaves cultivated worldwide for its rounded edible bulb

Nelu-kune-luna-se [black+{opposite}+moon.] proper n. Nepal (NPL)

nelu-kune-lune [black+{opposite}+red.] n. pink -- a light shade of red

nelu-kune-lune-nila [black+{opposite}+red+blue.] n. lavender -- a pale shade of purple/violet

Nelu-kune-lune-se [black+{opposite}+red.] proper n. Poland (POL)

nelu-kune-lune-sili [black+{opposite}+red+bird.] n. flamingo (Phoenicopteridae)

Nelu-kune-lune-sulisuna-se [black+{opposite}+red+horizontal.] proper n. Bahrain (BHR)

nelu-kune-netale-tunu [black+{opposite}+metal+atom.] n. silver, Ag -- a soft white precious univalent metallic element having the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of any metal

Nelu-kune-nila-lune-se [black+{opposite}+blue+red.] proper n. Russian Federation (RUS)

nelu-kune-pata-sili [black+{opposite}+water+bird.] n. swan -- stately heavy-bodied aquatic bird with very long neck and usu. white plumage as an adult

Nelu-kune-pukuse-lepeti-se [black+{opposite}+fire+reptile.] proper n. Bhutan (BTN)

Nelu-kune-sepete-se [black+{opposite}+flower.] proper n. Macau (MAC)

Nelu-kune-sikulu-se [black+{opposite}+circle.] proper n. Laos (LAO)

Nelu-kune-tikile-natinu-se [black+{opposite}+tiger+nation.] proper n. Siberia

nelu-latu-sili [black+{loud-object}+bird.] n. grackle (Quiscalus)

nelu-lete [black+{diminutive}.] n. gray

nelu-lete-nine [black+{diminutive}+fish.] n. grayling

nelu-luku [black+location.] n. shadow

nelu-luku-nusike [black+location+rodent.] n. groundhog, woodchuck (Marmota monax)

Nelu-lune-pile-se [black+red+yellow.] proper n. Germany (DEU)

Nelu-nale-kune-se [black+ocean+{opposite}.] proper n. Africa

Nelu-nale-se [black+ocean.] proper n. The Black Sea

Nelu-nase-katuse-natinu-se [black+nose+cat+nation.] proper n. Thailand, Siam

Nelu-nase-katuse-se [black+nose+cat.] proper n. Siamese cat

Nelu-natinu-se [black+nation.] proper n. Nigeria

nelu-nine [black+fish.] n. blackfish

Nelu-nine-lanese-se [black+fish+spear.] proper n. Barbados (BRB)

nelu-nusike [black+rodent.] n. black rat (Rattus rattus)

Nelu-pile-lune-se [black+yellow+red.] proper n. Belgium (BEL)

nelu-sili [black+bird.] n. crow, raven (Corvus)

nelu-sili [black+bird.] n. icterid blackbirds (like the red-wing)

nelu-sili [black+bird.] n. red-winged blackbird

Nelu-tale-lune-lepe-se [black+star+red+left.] proper n. Guinea Bissau (GNB)

Nelu-ti-line-puna-se [black+three+line+form.] proper n. Bahamas (BHS)

Nelu-tupe-pine-se [black+top+building.] proper n. New Caledonia (NCL)

nene [From Indo-European *newn, extant in Hindi *naw, Romance (Latin, Italian, et al), Spanish, Germanic (English, German, Dutch, et al) and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial, et al).] nine -- the cardinal number that is the sum of eight and one

nene-kelu-pe [nine+four+person.] n. 94-year old -- a person who has experienced 94 but not 95 years since birth

nene-kesinu [nine+science.] n. enneagram-ology -- the field studied by psychologists who deal with the enneagram

nene-kesinu [nine+science.] n. nonology

nene-kutu-pe [nine+eight+person.] n. 98-year old -- a person who has experienced 98 but not 99 years since birth

Nene-lili-luna-se [nine+world+moon.] proper n. Charon -- the moon of Pluto

Nene-lili-se [nine+world.] proper n. Pluto -- the ninth planet from the Sun

Nene-natinu-lete-se [nine+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. New Hampshire -- ninth state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on June 21, 1788

nene-nene-pe [nine+nine+person.] n. 99-year old -- a person who has experienced 99 but not 100 years since birth

nene-nu-pe [nine+one+person.] n. 91-year old -- a person who has experienced 91 but not 92 years since birth

nene-pe [nine+person.] n. nine-year old -- a person who has experienced nine but not ten years since birth

nene-pene-pe [nine+five+person.] n. 95-year old -- a person who has experienced 95 but not 96 years since birth

Nene-pile-tale-se [nine+yellow+star.] proper n. Tuvalu (TUV)

nene-sese-pe [nine+six+person.] n. 96-year old -- a person who has experienced 96 but not 97 years since birth

nene-sete-pe [nine+seven+person.] n. 97-year old -- a person who has experienced 97 but not 98 years since birth

nene-silu-pe [nine+zero+person.] n. 90-year old -- a person who has experienced 90 but not 91 years since birth

nene-ti-pe [nine+three+person.] n. 93-year old -- a person who has experienced 93 but not 94 years since birth

nene-tuna [nine+{augmentative}.] n. 90

nene-tu-pe [nine+two+person.] n. 92-year old -- a person who has experienced 92 but not 93 years since birth

nenu [Unknown origin.] egg -- animal reproductive body consisting of an ovum or embryo together with nutritive and protective envelopes; esp. the thin-shelled reproductive body laid by e.g. female birds

nenu-kali [egg+word.] n. weasel word -- an equivocal qualification; a word used to avoid making an outright assertion

nenu-kaneke [egg+shell.] n. shell, eggshell -- the exterior covering of a bird's egg

nenu-kanisa [egg+shirt.] n. apron -- a garment of cloth or leather or plastic that is tied about the waist and worn to protect clothing while cooking

nenu-kanisa [egg+shirt.] n. embarrassment -- some event that causes someone to be embarrassed

nenu-kaputa [egg+head.] n. alien, extraterrestrial being -- an intelligent humanoid life form assumed to be native to other planets; stereotypically depicted with oversized, egg-shaped heads, representing their supposed superior intelligence

nenu-kasese [egg+{abstraction}.] n. gamete

nenu-kesinu [egg+science.] n. oology

nenu-kiki-sinata [egg+measure+tool.] n. egg timer

nenu-kulepe [egg+oscillation+{verb}.] v. whip eggs -- to beat eggs into a froth or foam

nenu-kunane [egg+eating+{noun-modifier}.] adj. oophagous

nenu-kune [egg+{opposite}.] n. sperm

nenu-kune-liku [egg+{opposite}+liquid.] n. semen

nenu-kupake [egg+cup.] n. eggcup, egg cup -- small cup for serving a boiled egg

nenu-kusulu [egg+alcohol.] n. eggnog -- sweetened milk or cream mixed with eggs and usually alcoholic liquor

nenu-lele [egg+{masculine}.] n. sperm -- the male gamete that joins the egg during fertilization

nenu-lele-tile [egg+{masculine}+body-part.] n. testicle

nenu-lele-tile-tala [egg+{masculine}+body-part+removal.] n. castration

nenu-nalake [egg+milk.] n. egg cream -- made of milk and flavored syrup with soda water

nenu-nane [egg+mammal.] n. monotreme, egg-laying mammal -- the most primitive mammals comprising the only extant members of the subclass Prototheria (e.g., echidna, platypus)

nenu-nasiku [egg+insect.] n. cocoon -- a silken pupa produced by many lepidopterans

nenu-nelu-kune [egg+black+{opposite}.] n. egg white, albumen, ovalbumin -- the white of an egg; the nutritive and protective gelatinous substance surrounding the yolk consisting mainly of albumin dissolved in water

nenu-nine [egg+fish.] n. sturgeon -- large primitive fishes valued for their flesh and roe; widely distributed in north temperate zone

nenu-nuku [egg+mouth.] n. egg tooth -- a hard, toothlike projection from the beak or jaw of an embronic bird or reptile used to cut open the egg containing the creature

nenu-nulute [egg+hammer.] n. anything with way too much power for what it is used for

nenu-puna [egg+form.] n. oval -- an elliptical shape

nenu-salata [egg+vegetable.] n. eggplant, aubergine, mad apple -- egg-shaped vegetable having a shiny skin typically dark purple but occasionally white or yellow

nenu-sane [egg+bread.] n. egg roll, spring roll -- Chinese minced vegetables and meat wrapped in a pancake and fried

nenu-sasute-tile [egg+container+body-part.] n. uterus, womb -- a hollow muscular organ in the pelvic cavity of females; contains the developing fetus

nenu-sili [egg+bird.] n. chicken -- the common domestic fowl, Gallus domesticus, typically domesticated for egg production

nenu-sili-nanese-lete [egg+bird+meat+{diminutive}.] n. chicken nugget -- chicken meat cut into small uniform pieces and breaded and deep fried

nenu-sukale-sane [egg+sugar+bread.] n. cake -- food made from or based on a mixture of flour and sugar and eggs

nenu-sunu-sinata [egg+sound+tool.] n. ocarina -- a musical instrument with a somewhat potato-like appearance, producing a flute-like tone

nenu-tepuse-nasi [egg+time+machine.] n. egg timer -- a timepiece used in cooking that measures a time interval and signals its end

nenu-tile [egg+body-part.] n. ovary

nese [From Hindi /mesh/.] sheep -- woolly usu. horned ruminant mammal related to the goat

nese-kalane [sheep+communication-unit.] n. baaing

nese-kalenu [sheep+flesh.] n. mutton

nese-kalute [sheep+dog.] n. sheep dog

nese-kanelu [sheep+camel.] n. llama -- domesticated ruminant mammal (Lama glama) related to the camel, typically used as a beast of burden in South America and also raised for its wool

nese-kunase [sheep+cloth.] n. wool -- fabric from sheep hair

nese-kunase [sheep+cloth.] n. wool -- the hair of sheep used as a fabric

nese-kunase-palana [sheep+cloth+plant.] n. cotton -- a fiber plant of the genus Gossypium

nese-kunase-palana-nasiku [sheep+cloth+plant+insect.] n. boll weevil (Anthonomus grandis)

nese-lapati-liku [sheep+cleaning+liquid.] n. sheep dip -- a liquid mixture containing pesticides in which sheep are dipped to kill parasites

nese-sili [sheep+bird.] n. shearwater, petrel ("muttonbird")

nese-tata [sheep+amphibian.] n. sheep frog (Hypopachus)

nesete [From Russian /miest/, with initial /m-/ in the Arabic locative (inter alia) prefix /ma-/.] site -- piece of land where something is or will be located

nesete-pikuta [site+picture.] n. map

nesete-pikuta-pepe [site+picture+creation+{verb}.] v. map

nesetu [From English 'nest', with initial /n-/ in Spanish /nid/ and Hindi /nir/. Close in initial sound to Russian /gnizdo/.] nest, house, lair, den -- a dwelling place for humans or animals

nesetu-kalape [nest+change+{noun-modifier}.] adj. nomadic; peripatetic -- travelling around without a permanent home

nesetu-kalape-pe [nest+change+person.] n. nomad

nese-tuna [sheep+{augmentative}.] n. capybara, found in South America, the largest rodent in the world, vaguely reminiscent of a giant guinea pig (it is larger than a dog).

nesetu-nasini [nest+vehicle.] n. mobile home

nesetu-nuni [nest+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. homeless

nesetu-nusike [nest+rodent.] n. house mouse (Mus musculus)

nesetu-teneta [home+debt.] n. mortgage -- a conditional conveyance of property as security for the repayment of a loan

netale [From Greek 'metallon', extant in Romance (Latin, Spanish, Italian), Russian, Arabic, Germanic (English, German, Dutch).] metal -- any of several chemical elements with loose valence electrons

netale-kesinu [metal+science.] n. metallurgy

netale-kulete [metal+string.] n. wire -- metal cable used to fasten things, make cages, fences, etc.

netale-kulete-kasese [metal+string+{abstraction}.] n. chain -- a series of (usually metal) rings or links fitted into one another to make a flexible ligament

netale-liku [metal+liquid+{noun-modifier}.] adj. made out of liquid metal

netale-nasini [metal+vehicle.] n. armored car

netale-pukuse-nike [metal+fire+professional.] n. metallurgist, metallurgical engineer -- an engineer trained in the extraction and refining and alloying and fabrication of metals

netale-sunu-sinata [metal+sound+tool.] n. brass instrument

nete [Backformation from English 'Internet', widely borrowed around the world, with influence from Indo-European *ned-, "to tie, to bind", extant in English 'net' and Latin 'nexus', 'nectare', et al.] net -- interconnected or intersecting configuration or system of components

nete-liku-kupake [net+liquid+cup.] n. something that uses money but has zero efficacy in solving the problem it was supposed to take care of

nete-sepu [net+self.] n. handle, alias -- a persona assumed for use on the Internet

nete-tatu [net+arachnid.] n. orb-weaving spider (Araneidae)

neti [From Indo-European *mn-ti-, extant in Hindi, Romance (Latin, Spanish, Italian), English, auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial), with initial /m-/ in Russin /misl/.] mind -- that which is responsible for one's thoughts and feelings

neti-kalane [mind+communication-unit.] n. thought

neti-kali [mind+word.] n. thought

Neti-kapina-se [mind+card.] proper n. Zener card -- one of a pack of 25 cards of five different designs, used to test for psychic powers

neti-kesinu [mind+science.] n. psychology

neti-kunune [mind+communication.] n. telepathy -- the process of communicating via psychically transferred waves rather than one of the five ordinary senses

neti-nala [mind+disparagement+{noun-modifier}.] adj. stupid

neti-pusiti [mind+position+{verb}.] v. design -- decide how to position objects

neti-salana-tuna [mind+direction+{augmentative}.] n. obsession; fixation

neti-sasala [mind+event.] n. vision -- something a person imagines going through

neti-sati-kalane [mind+truth+communication-unit.] n. advice -- a proposal for an appropriate course of action

neti-sunuse [mind+sleep.] n. spacing out -- taking out a bit of mind sleep during the day

neti-tile [mind+body-part.] n. brain -- the cerebral organ

neti-tile [mind+body-part.] n. brain

netu [From Indo-European *medhyo-, extant in Hindi, Slavic (Russian, et al), Romance (Latin, Spanish, Italian) and Germanic (English, German, Dutch).] middle, center -- a point equidistant from the ends of a line or the extremities of a figure

Netu-kala-pusiti [middle+art.] proper n. Gothic -- Relating to painting, sculpture, architecture or other art common in Europe from the twelfth through the fifteenth centuries (the Middle Ages)

netu-kasese [middle+{abstraction}.] n. neutralness, center of abstract concepts, the balance point of conflicting considerations

netu-kune [middle+{opposite}.] n. end, extremity

Netu-nale-nane-se [middle+ocean+mammal.] proper n. Anguilla (AIA)

Netu-nale-se [middle+ocean.] proper n. The Mediterranean

Netu-natinu-se [middle+nation.] proper n. China

netu-pulape [middle+east.] n. the Middle East -- a predominantly Islamic, Arabic-speaking group of countries that reach from Afghanistan and Turkey through North Africa

netu-tepuse [middle+time.] n. noon, twelve noon, high noon, midday, noonday, noontide -- the middle of the day

netu-tunu-lete [middle+atom+{diminutive}.] n. neutron

nike [From Russian /nik/, "one associated with or characterized by", borrowed into English as '-nik' by way of Yiddish. ] worker, seller, professional -- a person associated with a particular work or service

nike [worker+{verb}.] v. employ -- employer S employs employee O in regards to employment X

nike-kali [worker+word.] n. technical word

nike-kali-sise [worker+word+system.] n. jargon

nike-nasini [worker+vehicle.] n. company car

nikule [From Greek 'mikro-', widely borrowed.] tiny object/event -- a very small amount or duration {diminutive}

nikule-kune [tiny-item+{opposite}.] n. huge

nikule-lupete-nuka-sili [tiny-item+air+limb+bird.] n. kiwi (Apterygidae)

Nikule-natinu-lete-se [tiny-item+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Rhode Island

nikule-netu-tunu-lete [tiny-item+middle+atom+{diminutive}.] n. electron neutrino

nikule-netu-tunu-lete [tiny-item+middle+atom+{diminutive}.] n. neutrin

nikule-nuka-lepeti [tiny-item+limb+reptile.] n. skink (Scincidae)

nikule-nusike [tiny-item+rodent.] n. hutia (Capromyidae)

nila [From Sanskrit /nila-/, "indigo, dark blue", extant in Arabic 'nil', Bengali = 'niil', English 'anil', Hindi 'niilaa', Indonesian 'nila', Malay 'nila', Papago 'anihl', Portuguese 'anil', Panjabi 'nilla', Persian 'nil', Spanish 'añil', Swahili 'nili', Tagalog 'anyil' and Urdu 'nil'.] blue -- the quality or state of the chromatic color resembling the hue of the clear sky at daytime

Nila-kulisu-se [blue+wheel.] proper n. India (IND)

Nila-kupu-lune-kalase-se [blue+edge+red+cross.] proper n. Faroe Islands (FRO)

nila-lete-lune [blue+{diminutive}+red.] n. magenta -- a hot pink-purple color

Nila-lune-se [blue+red.] proper n. Haiti (HTI)

nila-nale-nane-tuna [blue+ocean+mammal+{augmentative}.] n. blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus) -- the largest mammal in the world

Nila-nelu-kune-lune-se [blue+black+{opposite}+red.] proper n. Yugoslavia (YUG)

Nila-nelu-kune-nila-se [blue+black+{opposite}+blue.] proper n. El Salvador (SLV)

Nila-nelu-nelu-kune-se [blue+black+black+{opposite}.] proper n. Estonia (EST)

nila-nenu-sili [blue+egg+bird.] n. robin

nila-nine [blue+fish.] n. bluefish (family Pomatomidae)

Nila-nute-kalase-se [blue+north+cross.] proper n. Finland (FIN)

nila-nutu [blue+death.] n. suffocation, asphyxiation -- the condition of being deprived of oxygen (as by having breathing stopped), which in humans can make the skin look blueish

Nila-pile-se [blue+yellow.] proper n. Ukraine (UKR)

nila-salane-nasiku [blue+{decay}+insect.] n. bluebottle fly

nila-sili [blue+bird.] n. bluebird -- a species of bird with blue plumage, a North American member of the thrush family (genus Sialia).

Nila-ti-line-puna-se [blue+three+line+form.] proper n. Czech Republic (CZE)

nilite [Latin 'militaris', extant in Germanic (English, German, Dutch, at al), auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial, et al) and Italian.] military -- the military forces of a nation or faction

nilite-kalane [military+communication-unit.] n. military orders

nilite-kapina [military+card.] n. draft card

nilite-kesinu [military+science.] n. strategy

nilite-kesinu [military+science.] n. tactics

nilite-lili [military+world.] n. world war -- a war in which the major nations of the world are involved

nilite-nasini [military+vehicle.] n. jeep

nilite-nine [military+fish.] n. submarine

nilite-pinise-tepuse [military+ending+time.] n. peace -- an agreement or treaty to end hostilities

nilite-sunu-sinata [military+sound+tool.] n. fife

nine [From Hindi /min/ and English 'minnow'.] fish -- any of various mostly cold-blooded aquatic vertebrates usu. having scales and breathing through gills

nine-katipa [fish+bar.] n. fishing rod; fishing pole

nine-katipa-pusi [fish+bar+use.] n. fishing; the act of going fishing; use of a fishing rod

nine-katipa-pusi-nine [fish+bar+use+fish.] n. anglerfish

nine-katipa-pusi-pe [fish+bar+use+person.] n. angler -- one who catches fish

nine-kesinu [fish+science.] n. ichthyolog

nine-kisa [fish+story.] n. fish story

nine-kita-silu-pete [fish+food+zero+foot.] n. tubifex worm -- a type of annelid worm (genus Tubifex) used to make fish food

nine-lele [fish+{masculine}.] n. fertilizing in water

nine-lepeti [fish+reptile.] n. ichthyosaur

nine-lete [fish+{diminutive}.] n. small fish

nine-line-tenete [fish+line+tooth.] n. a fishhook

nine-nasini [fish+vehicle.] n. fishing boat

nine-nenu [fish+egg.] n. roe

nine-nete [fish+net.] n. fishing net

nine-nete-kani [fish+net+garment.] n. fishnets -- black diaphanous stockings made out of netted material

nine-nete-nutu [fish+net+death.] n. the unwanted death of dolphins, etc. due to netting

nine-nete-pusi [fish+net+use.] n. netting -- fishing with a net or series of nets instead of a rod

nine-nikule [fish+tiny-item.] n. goby (family Gobiidae)

nine-nuka [fish+limb.] n. fin

nine-sesete [fish+{feminine}.] n. birthing in water by egg

nine-sili [fish+bird.] n. kingfisher

nine-sunu-sinata [fish+sound+tool.] n. celesta

Nine-tata-se [fish+amphibian.] proper n. Ichthyostega

nine-telule [fish+fear.] n. ichthyophobia

nine-tuna [fish+{augmentative}.] n. assisting fish or fish behavior

nini [Unknown origin.] whatchamacallit -- an item or thing that has no name or that has a name but the speaker can't remember it

nini-kala [whatchamacallit+art.] n. modern art, modernism -- genre of art and literature that makes a self-conscious break with previous genres

nini-kasese [whatchamacallit+{abstraction}.] n. the essence of "Unknown Thing"

nini-kune [whatchamacallit+{opposite}.] n. known or recognised thing

nini-lete [whatchamacallit+{diminutive}.] n. small unknown thing

nini-napine [whatchamacallit+frequent event.] n. senile episode -- a moment of forgetfulness, caused by senility

nini-pitakesulina [whatchamacallit+alphabet.] n. dingbats

nini-tile-nanese [whatchamacallit+body-part+meat.] n. odd meats

nini-tuna [whatchamacallit+{augmentative}.] n. assisting unknown thing

nu [From Indo-European *oynos.] one -- the smallest natural number or a numeral representing such a number

nuka [From Russian /noga/, as there was no correspondence between the forms in the six cardinal languages (discounting using the English synonym 'member' to match Spanish 'miembro').] limb -- one of the jointed appendages of an animal used for locomotion or grasping: arm; leg; wing; flipper

nuka-kanisa [limb+shirt.] n. sleeve or pant leg

nuka-kunune [limb+communication.] n. gestures

nu-kalane-pusiti [one+communication-unit+{preposition}+{opposite}.] interj. hello

Nu-kalase-tesu-sise-se [one+cross+god+system.] proper n. Catholicism, Catholicity -- the beliefs and practices of any of several churches claiming to have maintained historical continuity with the original Christian Church

nu-kalepe-satisi-kusulu [one+carbon+satisfaction+alcohol.] n. methanol -- CH3-OH

nuka-lete [limb+{diminutive}.] n. tail

nuka-lete-nuni-katuse [limb+{diminutive}+absence+cat.] n. manx cat -- a tailless breed of domestic cat

nuka-lete-nuni-nine [limb+{diminutive}+absence+fish.] n. skate (suborder Rajoidei)

nuka-lete-tuna-nine [limb+{diminutive}+{augmentative}+fish.] n. grenadier (family Macrouridae)

nuka-naseke [limb+birth.] n. breech birth -- a birth in which the baby comes out legs first rather than head first

nuka-netale-sunu-sinata [limb+metal+sound+tool.] n. trombone

nu-kani [one+garment.] n. one-piece clothing

Nuka-nikule-tata-se [limb+tiny-item+amphibian.] proper n. Congo eel (genus Amphiuma)

Nuka-nine-se [limb+fish.] proper n. Darwin fish -- a modification of the traditional Greek Christian fish symbol with tetrapod limbs in place of fins and "Darwin" written in the middle, often used as a decal, bumper sticker, political sign message, etc.

nuka-nuni-tata [limb+absence+amphibian.] n. caecilian -- a worm-like burrowing amphibian of the order Gymnophiona

nuka-nusika-nasiku [limb+music+insect.] n. cricket

nuka-sisi [limb+movement.] n. walking

nuka-suli-pata-sane [limb+connection+water+bread.] n. elbow macaroni

nuka-susitu [limb+substitute.] n. artificial limb

nuka-sutale [limb+thread+{noun-modifier}.] adj. multi-threaded

nuka-tala [limb+removal.] n. amputation

nu-kelepe-kapina [one+play+card.] n. ace -- the playing card played below a deuce

Nu-kelu-natinu-lete-se [one+four+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Vermont -- 14th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on March 4, 1791

nu-kelu-pe [one+four+person.] n. 14-year old -- a person who has experienced 14 but not 15 years since birth

nu-kelu-pete [one+four+foot.] n. isopod crustacean -- crustaceans of the order Isopoda, such as sow bugs and gribbles, characterized by a flat body with seven pairs of legs

nuku [From Hindi /muk/, with /mu-/ reinforced by German 'Mund', with initial /m-/ in Dutch 'mond' and English 'mouth'. Inspired by Acadon 'muc', "lower face".] mouth, oral cavity -- the opening through which food is taken in and vocalizations emerge

nuku-kalane [mouth+communication-unit.] n. phoneme

nuku-kali-sise [mouth+word+system.] n. oral language -- the style of grammar and diction typical of spoken language rather than written language

nuku-kesinu [mouth+science.] n. dentistry

nuku-kukitu [mouth+knowledge.] n. lip-reading -- the ability to determine what a person is saying without hearing it by observing the positions the mouth is going through to produce sounds

nuku-kunane [mouth+eating.] n. open-mouth kissing

nuku-kunune [mouth+communication+{verb}.] v. say

nuku-lete [mouth+{diminutive}.] n. sucker

nu-kulule [one+color+{noun-modifier}.] adj. monocolor

nuku-lupete-satana [mouth+air+side.] n. cheek

nu-kune [one+{opposite}.] n. negative one, -1

nu-kune-kalane [one+{opposite}+communication-unit.] n. farewell -- expression of goodwill at parting

nuku-palise [mouth+digit.] n. tongue

nuku-palise-pata-sane [mouth+digit+water+bread.] n. linguini

nuku-pulase [mouth+hair.] n. mustache -- hair on the upper lip

nuku-pulase-pata-sane [mouth+hair+water+bread.] n. mostaccioli

nuku-sapite [mouth+copulation.] n. oral sex -- genital stimulation using the lips and tongue

nuku-satana [mouth+side.] n. jaw; maxilla; mandible

nuku-satana-nuni-nine [mouth+side+absence+fish.] n. lamprey (class Agnatha)

nuku-sisi-kita-lete [mouth+movement+food+{diminutive}.] n. chewing gum

nuku-sunu-sinata [mouth+sound+tool.] n. mouth organ, harmonica, sheng, etc.

Nu-kutu-natinu-lete-se [one+eight+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Louisiana -- 18th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on April 30, 1812

nu-kutu-pe [one+eight+person.] n. 18-year old -- a person who has experienced 18 but not 19 years since birth

nu-liku [one+liquid.] n. solution -- a homogeneous mixture of two or more liquids

Nu-lili-se [one+world.] proper n. Mercury -- the first planet from the Sun

nulute [From Russian /molot/, from Latin 'malleus', extant in Romance (Spanish 'martillo', Italian 'martello'), Hindi /martual/ and English 'mallet'.] hammer -- a hand tool with a rigid heavy head and a handle; used to deliver an impulsive force by striking

nulute-kesinu [hammer+science.] n. carpentry

nulute-nine [hammer+fish.] n. hammerhead (Sphyrna)

nulute-sili [hammer+bird.] n. hamerkop (Scopus umbretta)

nulute-sunu-sinata [hammer+sound+tool.] n. piano, hammered dulcimer

Nu-nale-suli-se [one+ocean+connection.] proper n. Suez Canal -- opened in 1869, linking the Red Sea with the Mediterranean Sea

Nu-natinu-lete-se [one+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Delaware -- first state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Dec. 7, 1787

nune [Blend of Latin 'non' & Germanic /n-t/. Latin 'non' is extant in Spanish, Italian, French, Novial, et al., while Germanic /n-t/ is extant in English 'not', German 'nicht', Dutch 'niet', et al.] negation -- the act or progress of nullifying or making something inactive or invalid

nune-kalane [negation+communication-unit.] n. denial/rejection

nune-kunane [negation+eating.] n. abstaining from food

nune-kune [negation+{opposite}.] n. yes -- affirmative

nune-kune [negation+{opposite}+{verb-modifier}.] adv. affirmatively

nune-kune-pusiti [negation+{opposite}+{preposition}+{opposite}.] interj. yes

nune-kune-seti [negation+{opposite}+emotion.] n. approval -- a feeling of liking something or someone good

nune-nasala-kali-sise [negation+source+word+system.] n. a prior artificial language -- a language with a lexicon designed from random or systematic word generation rather than from borrowing terms from other languages

nune-naseke-pe [negation+birth+person.] n. unborn

nunene [Consensus form derived from descendants of Indo-European *no-men-, extant in Achenese 'nan', Afrikaans 'naam', Albanian 'nam', Assamese 'nam', Bengali 'naam', Bislama 'nem', Burmese 'name', Catalan 'nom', Chamorro 'na`an', Danish 'navn', Dari(Afghan) 'nam', Dumaki 'noom', Dutch 'naam', English 'name', Esperanto 'nomo', Estonian 'nimi', Finnish 'nimi', French 'nom', German 'Name', Gujarati 'naam', Haitian 'non', Hindi 'naam', Iban (SeaDayak) 'nama', Indonesian 'nama', Italian 'nome', Japanese 'namae', Javanese 'nama', Kashmiri 'naam', Kharia 'n~imi', Khowar 'namo/namen', Lamani 'naam', Malay 'nama', Malayalam 'naamam', Maldivian 'nama', Marathi 'nav/naama', Nepali 'nama', Norwegian 'navn', Novial 'nome', Oriya 'naama', Persian 'naam', Portuguese 'nome', Punjabi 'naa~/naam', Pushtu 'nuum', Romanian 'nume', Sanskrit 'naaman', Sinhalese 'nama', Spanish 'nombre', Swedish 'namn', Thai '*nam', Tirahi 'naam', TokPisin 'nem', Turkish '*nam', Urdu 'naam', Uzbek 'nom', and Yiddish 'nomen'. Initial /n-/ in Bhojpuri 'na~', Bosnian 'naziv', Cebuano 'ngalan', Hungarian 'ne'v', Icelandic 'nafn', Ilocano 'nagan', Ilonggo 'ngalan', Konknni (Goa) 'na~va', Kumauni 'na~w', Kurdish 'nav', Lahnda 'na~', Romany (Czech Gypsy) 'nav', Sindhi 'naala', Tagalog 'ngalan' and Ukrainian 'nazva'. The following forms are from the IE root, but no longer have initial /n-/: Armenian(East) 'anun', Breton 'anv', Irish 'ainm', Modern Greek 'onoma', Russian /imen/ and Welsh 'enw'. Source: Leo Moser, The Acadon System.] name -- a language unit by which a person or thing is known

nunene [name+{verb}.] v. have the name

nunene [name+{verb}.] v. name -- namer S names namee O the name X

nunene [name+{verb}.] v. S is named O.

nunene-kalene [name+agent.] n. namer

Nunene-kali-pe-se [name+word+person.] proper n. Dublexer

Nunene-kali-se [name+word.] proper n. Dublex

nunene-kapina [name+card.] n. nametag

nunene-kesinu [name+science.] n. onomastics

Nu-nene-natinu-lete-se [one+nine+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Indiana -- 19th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Dec. 11, 1816

nunene-nuni [name+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. nameless

nunene-nuninali [name+noun.] n. person's name -- proper noun

nu-nene-pe [one+nine+person.] n. 19-year old -- a person who has experienced 19 but not 20 years since birth

nunene-pitakesulina-palate [name+alphabet+part.] n. a person's initials

nunene-pitakesulina-palate [name+alphabet+part+{verb}.] v. initial -- to sign with one's initials

nunene-pitaku [name+separation.] n. genealogy, family tree -- successive generations of kin

nunene-pusi-kukitu [name+use+knowledge.] n. the art of the proper address

Nune-nunene-kalene-se [negation+name+agent.] proper n. Charles!

nune-pusiti [negation+{preposition}+{opposite}.] interj. no

nune-satale-seti [not+fast+emotion.] n. easygoing, laid-back, mellow -- unhurried and relaxed feeling

nunesu [From Indo-European *nom-eso- (later *nom-ero-), extant in Russian (the form used here), Romance (Latin, Spanish, Italian, et al), Germanic (English, German, Dutch, et al) and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial, et al).] number, numeral -- a symbol used to represent a number

nunesu-kesinu [number+science.] n. mathematics

nunesu-lete [number+{diminutive}.] n. few -- an indefinite but relatively small number

nunesu-nuni [number+absence.] n. innumeracy -- the fact (of a civilization) of having no concept of counting, mathematics, etc.

nunesu-pupa [number+bomb.] n. time bomb, infernal machine -- a bomb that has a detonating mechanism that can be set to go off at a particular time

nunesu-sekupe [number+watcher.] n. accountant, comptroller, controller -- someone who maintains and audits business accounts

nunesu-tuna [number+{augmentative}.] n. many -- quantifier amounting to a large but indefinite number

nunete [From Latin 'montanus', extant in Spanish, Italian, English, Esperanto, Novial.] mountain, mount -- a land mass that projects well above its surroundings; higher than a hill

nunete-kanelu [mountain+camel.] n. vicu±a (Vicugna)

nunete-kasese [mountain+{abstraction}.] n. a holy task which will not be denied

nunete-katuse [mountain+cat.] n. lynx, catamount -- short-tailed wildcats with usually tufted ears

nunete-kene [mountain+hole.] n. cave

nunete-kesinu [mountain+science.] n. geography

nunete-kune [mountain+{opposite}.] n. chasm, abyss, canyon

nunete-kunune [mountain+communication.] n. yodel -- a form of intermountain communication that involves singing with rapid voice pitch alterations

Nunete-kunune-natinu-se [mountain+communication+nation.] proper n. Switzerland

nunete-lete [mountain+{diminutive}.] n. hill -- a natural land mass that projects well above its surroundings; shorter than a mountain

nunete-lete [mountain+{diminutive}.] n. hill

nunete-lete [mountain+{diminutive}.] n. hole

nunete-lete-kene [mountain+{diminutive}+hole.] n. cave

nune-tenali-kapina [negation+money+card.] n. credit card

nunete-nasini [mountain+vehicle.] n. sports utility vehicle [well, some of them are as big as mountains these days

nunete-nese [mountain+sheep.] n. mouflon (Ovis orientalis)

nunete-nusike [mountain+rodent.] n. marmot (Marmota)

nunete-pakale [mountain+bovine.] n. yak (Bos grunniens)

Nunete-pakale-natinu-se [mountain+bovine+nation.] proper n. Tibet

nunete-panupu-sili [mountain+bamboo+bird.] n. mountain bamboo patridge, Bambusicola fytchii

nunete-tile [mountain+body-part.] n. nipple

nunete-tuna [mountain+{augmentative}.] n. large mountain (e.g., Everest)

nune-tuna [negation+{augmentative}.] n. argument

nuni [Unknown origin.] absence -- a deficiency or lack of something

nuni-kalane [absence+communication-unit.] n. notification of absense

nuni-kapina [absence+card.] n. pink slip -- a piece of paper signed and filled out to excuse a student's absence beforehand

nuni-kasese [absence+{abstraction}.] n. emptiness

nuni-ku [absence+violence.] n. peace -- the state prevailing during the absence of war or violence

nuni-kune [absence+{opposite}.] n. presence

nuni-kunune [absence+communication.] n. radio silence, communications lull -- a planned or unplanned condition of being unable to communicate

nuni-lete [absence+{diminutive}.] n. insufficiency -- being a little short of; not having quite enough

nuni-nala [absence+disparagement.] n. lack (pejorative absence)

nuninali [From Latin 'nominalis', extant in English, et al.] noun -- a word that functions as the subject or object of a verb, as the object of a preposition or as an appositive

nuninali-kesinu [noun+science.] n. grammar

nuni-natinu [absence+nation.] n. government-in-exile -- the overthrown ruling body of a country that has established a base in another country in hopes of liberating its homeland

Nuni-natinu-se [absence+nation.] proper n. Diaspora -- the dispersion of the Jews from Palestine after the Babylonian exile (358 BCE)

nuni-nesete [absence+site.] n. space, room, void -- an empty area

nuni-nu [absence+one.] n. interpolation -- calculation of the value of a function between the values already known (mathematics)

nuni-tepuse [absence+time.] n. hiatus, respite, reprieve, abatement, suspension -- an interruption in the intensity or amount of something

nuni-tuna [absence+{augmentative}.] n. total lack of, being devoid of

nu-nu [one+one.] n. eleven (exactly)

nunu [Reduplication of Indo-European *nu-, "now", extant in Dutch 'nu', Esperanto/Novial 'nun', with initial /n-/ in English 'now'.] present, now -- any continuous stretch of time including the moment of communication

Nu-nu-natinu-lete-se [one+one+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. New York -- 11th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on July 26, 1788

Nu-nunene-kalene-se [one+name+agent.] proper n. Jeffrey Henning -- the initial inventor of Dublex

nu-nu-nu-pe [one+one+one+person.] n. 111-year old -- a person who has experienced 111 but not 112 years since birth

nu-nu-pe [one+one+person.] n. 11-year old -- a person who has experienced 11 but not 12 years since birth

nu-nupili [one+noble.] n. king/queen

nu-nupili-lele [one+noble+{masculine}.] n. king

nu-nupili-sesete [one+noble+{feminine}.] n. queen

nu-nu-silu-pe [one+one+zero+person.] n. 110-year old -- a person who has experienced 110 but not 111 years since birth

Nu-nu-tesu-sise-se [one+one+god+system.] proper n. Judaism -- first recorded established monotheistic religion.

nu-palana-kalese [one+plant+class.] n. kingdom

nu-palise [one+digit.] n. pinky

nu-pe [one+person.] n. one-year old -- a person who has experienced one but not two years since birth

Nu-pene-natinu-lete-se [one+five+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Kentucky -- 15th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on June 1, 1792

nu-pene-pe [one+five+person.] n. 15-year old -- a person who has experienced 15 but not 16 years since birth

nu-pete [one+foot.] n. gastropod -- mollusks of the class Gastropoda, characteristically having an abdominal muscular foot for movement

nu-pete-nasini [one+foot+vehicle.] n. unicycle

nupeti [From Latin 'nuptiae', wedding, extant in English 'nuptials', et al.] marriage, matrimony, wedlock -- state of being husband and wife

nupeti-kalane [marriage+communication-unit.] n. wedding announcement

nupeti-kanete [marriage+fastener.] n. wedding ring, wedding band -- a ring (usually plain gold) given to the bride (and often also given to the groom) at the wedding

nupeti-kanete [marriage+fastener.] n. wedding ring

nupeti-kapina [marriage+card.] n. marriage license

nupeti-kelane-pe [marriage+family+person.] n. in-law -- a relative by marriage

nupeti-kesinu [marriage+science.] n. fruitless

nupeti-kune-pe [marriage+{opposite}+person.] n. bachelor, single -- an unmarried person

nupeti-lele [marriage+{masculine}.] n. husband -- a married man; a woman's partner in marriage

nupeti-nape-kasese [marriage+parent+{abstraction}.] n. father-in-law -- the father of one's spouse

nupeti-nape-kune [marriage+parent+{opposite}.] n. mother-in-law -- your worst nightmare

nupeti-nasini [marriage+vehicle.] n. car with a "Just Married" sign and decorations on its back

nupeti-nune-telule [marriage+negation+fear.] n. anuptophobia

nupeti-nuni-sapite [marriage+absence+copulation.] n. fornication -- sex between unmarried people

nupeti-pepe-kaki [marriage+creation+performance.] n. wedding -- the social event at which the ceremony of marriage is performed

nupeti-pepe-kaki-lele [marriage+creation+performance+{masculine}.] n. groom, bridegroom -- a man participant in his own marriage ceremony

nupeti-pepe-kaki-sesete [marriage+creation+performance+{feminine}.] n. bride -- a woman participant in her own marriage ceremony

nupeti-pine-tuna-kita [marriage+building+{augmentative}+food.] n. wedding cake

nupeti-sesete [marriage+{feminine}.] n. wife -- a married woman; a man's partner in marriage

nupeti-tala-kakate [marriage+removal+action.] n. divorce -- the legal dissolution of a marriage

nupile [From Arabic /mobiliia/, Russian /miebel/ and Spanish 'muebles'.] furniture -- the movable objects in a room that make it fit for living or working.

nupile-kesinu [furniture+science.] n. feng shui

nupile-nasini [furniture+vehicle.] n. furniture mover's truck

nupile-nuni [furniture+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. bare (of a room)

Nu-pile-tale-se [one+yellow+star.] proper n. Central African Rep. (CAF)

nupili [From Latin 'nobilis', extant in Arabic, Romance (Spanish, Italian, et al) and English.] noble -- someone with hereditary rank in their nation's political system

nupili-kakate [noble+action+{noun-modifier}.] adj. polite; proper; of the ladies and gentlemen

nupili-kalane [noble+communication-unit.] n. pronouncement

nupili-kapita [noble+leader.] n. monarch

nupili-kapita-lele [noble+leader+{masculine}.] n. king

Nupili-kapita-pitakesulina-se [noble+leader+alphabet.] proper n. Cyrillic alphabet -- the alphabet usually used to write Russian and Ukrainian and often used to write Serbo-Croat

nupili-kapita-sesete [noble+leader+{feminine}.] n. queen

nupili-kaputa-kani [noble+head+garment.] n. crown -- royal symbol worn on head

nupili-kaputa-kani-sili [noble+head+garment+bird.] n. kinglet (Regulus)

nupili-kune [noble+{opposite}.] n. plebeian

nupili-kune-kakate [noble+{opposite}+action+{noun-modifier}.] adj. vulgar; crude

nupili-lanase-lepeti [noble+{long-object}+reptile.] n. king snake

nupili-nasini [noble+vehicle.] n. chariot

nu-pitakesulina [one+alphabet+{noun-modifier}.] adj. monoalphabetic -- describing a language that uses only one system of letters to write

nu-pitakesulina-kali [one+alphabet+word.] n. acronym -- a word formed from the initial letters of a multi-word name

nu-pusata-kalese [one+mail+class.] n. first class, first-class mail -- mail that includes letters and postcards and packages sealed against inspection (U.S. & Canada)

nu-sata-kalese [one+animal+class.] n. kingdom

Nu-sekake-tile-sunane-se [one+vertical+body-part+human.] proper n. Homo erectus

Nu-sekupe-se [one+watcher.] proper n. God, Supreme Being -- the supernatural being conceived as the perfect and omnipotent and omniscient originator and ruler of the universe; the object of worship in monotheistic religions

nu-sese-kulule [one+six+color+{noun-modifier}.] adj. computers with 16 colors

Nu-sese-natinu-lete-se [one+six+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Tennessee -- 16th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on June 1, 1796

nu-sese-pe [one+six+person.] n. 16-year old -- a person who has experienced 16 but not 17 years since birth

nu-sesete [one+{feminine}.] n. first woman, Eve, Lilith, Pandora -- the prototypical first human female in faiths, traditions and religions

Nu-sete-natinu-lete-se [one+seven+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Ohio -- 17th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on March 1, 1803

nu-sete-pe [one+seven+person.] n. 17-year old -- a person who has experienced 17 but not 18 years since birth

nusika [From Latin 'musica' (from Greek 'he mousike tekhne'), extant in Arabic 'musieqa', Amharic 'muziqa', Azerbajani 'musiqi', Bashkir 'muzika;', Basque 'musika', Belarus 'myzika', Bislama 'miusek', Bosnian 'muzika', Bulgarian 'muzika', Catalan 'mu'sica', Cebuano 'musika', Chechen 'musika', Danish 'musik', Dutch 'muziek', English 'music', Esperanto 'muziko', Finnish 'musiikki', French 'musique', Frisian 'muzyk', German 'Musik', Greek (Modern) 'mousiki', Hebrew 'musika', Ilocano 'musika', Ilonggo 'musika', Indonesian 'musik', Italian 'musica', Kazakh 'muzika', Kikuyu 'mu~thiki', Kyrgyz 'muzika', Latvian 'mu.zika', Lingala 'miziki', Lithuanian 'muzika', Macedonian 'muzika', Malagasy 'mozika', Malay 'muzik', Maltese 'muz.ika', Mandika 'misikoo', Norwegian 'musikk', Novial 'musike', Pangasinan 'musico', Papiamentu 'mu'siko', Persian 'musighi', Polish 'muzyka', Portuguese 'mu'sica', Pushtu 'mowsiqi', Romanian 'musica^', Russian 'muzyka', Shona 'musakazo', Somali 'muusik', Spanish 'música', Swahili 'muziki', Swedish 'musik', Tagalog 'muska', Tatar 'muzyka', TokPisin 'musik', Tongan 'musika', Turkmen 'muzika', Tajik 'muzika', Tatar 'muzika', Turkish 'mu"zik', Uighur 'muzika', Uzbek 'muziqa', Ukrainian 'muzika', Welsh 'miwsig', Yiddish 'muzik' and Zulu 'umnyuziki'. Source: Leo Moser, The Acadon System.] music -- an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner

nusika-kalane [music+communication-unit.] n. note? sheet music?

nusika-kalane [music+communication-unit.] n. piece -- a symphony, sonata, song or other specified series of musical notes

nusika-kasese [music+{abstraction}.] n. musical notation

nusika-kelepasi [music+celebration.] n. rave -- a party with dancing, techno music and psychedelic ornamentation

nusika-kesinu [music+science.] n. musicology

nusika-kisa-kaki [music+story+performance.] n. musical -- a play consisting of musical numbers and spoken dialogue (How to differentiate this from opera, which hasn't the latter? Or would this be that instead?)

nusika-kune [music+{opposite}.] n. noise

nusika-lete [music+{diminutive}.] n. soft or meditative repetitive sound

nusika-sasala [music+event.] n. concert -- a public performance of music

nusika-sasala-ku [music+event+violence.] n. moshing

nusika-sasute [music+container.] n. recording, cassette tape, CD, DAT -- a storage device on which music has been recorded

nusika-sili [music+bird.] n. thrush (Turdinae)

nusika-sinata [music+tool.] n. musical instrument -- a device used for creating musical sounds.

nusika-tepuse-kiki-sinata [music+time+measure+tool.] n. metronome -- a device that produces beats at a constant rate for use in rehearsal of music

nusika-tuna [music+{augmentative}.] n. that which adds to or assists in the making of music

nusika-tupa-sinata [music+pressing+tool.] n. key

nusike [From Hindi /mushik/, "mouse", with initial /m-/ in Russian /mish/ and English 'mouse'.] rodent, gnawer, gnawing animal -- relatively small gnawing animals having a single pair of constantly growing incisor teeth specialized for gnawing

nusike-katuse [rodent+cat.] n. ferret -- domesticated albino variety of the European polecat bred for hunting rats and rabbits

nusike-kulisu [rodent+wheel.] n. hamster wheel

nusike-kune [rodent+{opposite}.] n. cat

nusike-lepeti [rodent+reptile.] n. rat snake (Elaphe)

nusike-lete [rodent+{diminutive}.] n. mouse -- a relatively small rodent, such as the house mouse _Mus musculus_ or the deer mouse _Peromyscus maniculatus_.

Nusike-nunene-kalene-se [rodent+name+agent.] proper n. Herman Miller (have you seen his great web site? you'll know why I picked 'muh'!)

nusike-pitakesulina [rodent+alphabet.] n. any of the various writing systems used by sapient Mizarian mice to record their languages

nusike-sepe-nane [rodent+pocket+mammal.] n. bandicoot (Peramelidae)

nusike-sili [rodent+bird.] n. mousebird -- a bird of the family Coliidae, with a long, narrow tail.

nusike-telule [rodent+fear.] n. musophobia

nusike-tuna [rodent+{augmentative}.] n. beaver

nusike-tuna [rodent+{augmentative}.] n. rat -- a large rodent of the genus Rattus or similar species.

nusike-tuna-tuna [rodent+{augmentative}+{augmentative}.] n. capybaras

nu-silu [one+zero.] n. ten (exactly)

nu-silu-kelu-pe [one+zero+four+person.] n. 104-year old -- a person who has experienced 104 but not 105 years since birth

nu-silu-kutu-pe [one+zero+eight+person.] n. 108-year old -- a person who has experienced 108 but not 109 years since birth

Nu-silu-natinu-lete-se [one+zero+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Virginia -- tenth state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on June 25, 1788

nu-silu-nene-pe [one+zero+nine+person.] n. 109-year old -- a person who has experienced 109 but not 110 years since birth

nu-silu-nu-pe [one+zero+one+person.] n. 101-year old -- a person who has experienced 101 but not 102 years since birth

nu-silu-pe [one+zero+person.] n. ten-year old -- a person who has experienced ten but not 11 years since birth

nu-silu-pene-pe [one+zero+five+person.] n. 105-year old -- a person who has experienced 105 but not 106 years since birth

nu-silu-pete [one+zero+foot.] n. decapod crustacean

Nu-silu-pile-tale-se [one+zero+yellow+star.] proper n. Cape Verde (CPV)

nu-silu-sese-pe [one+zero+six+person.] n. 106-year old -- a person who has experienced 106 but not 107 years since birth

nu-silu-sete-pe [one+zero+seven+person.] n. 107-year old -- a person who has experienced 107 but not 108 years since birth

nu-silu-silu-pe [one+zero+zero+person.] n. 100-year old -- a person who has experienced 100 but not 101 years since birth

nu-silu-ti-pe [one+zero+three+person.] n. 103-year old -- a person who has experienced 103 but not 104 years since birth

nu-silu-tu-pe [one+zero+two+person.] n. 102-year old -- a person who has experienced 102 but not 103 years since birth

nu-sunu [one+sound.] n. mono, monophonic, single-channel -- designating sound transmission or recording or reproduction over a single channel (electronics)

nu-sutale [one+thread+{noun-modifier}.] adj. single-threaded -- no side branch

Nu-sutale-kulepu-natinu-se [one+thread+body-of-water+nation.] proper n. Egypt

Nu-sutale-kulepu-se [one+thread+body-of-water.] proper n. Nile -- the longest river in the world, flowing about 6,680 km (4,150 mi) through eastern Africa from Burundi to the Mediterranean Sea in northeast Egypt

Nu-tale-natinu-lete-se [one+star+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Texas.

nu-tanane [one+worthiness+{noun-modifier}.] adj. univalent

nute [From Indo-European *nr-t(r)o-, extant in Romance (Spanish, Italian), Germanic (English, German, Dutch) and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial).] north -- the direction to the left of sunrise

nute-kesinu [north+science.] n. magnetology

nute-kiki-kasese [north+measure+{abstraction}.] n. latitude

nute-kune-nusike-tuna [north+{opposite}+rodent+{augmentative}.] n. capybara

Nute-nulute-se [north+hammer.] proper n. Viking -- any of the Scandinavian people who raided the coasts of Europe from the 8th to the 11th centuries

nute-sike-netu-kune [north+search+middle+{opposite}.] n. north seeking pole (of a magnet)

nu-tesu-sise [one+god+system.] n. monotheism -- belief in a single God

Nu-ti-natinu-lete-se [one+three+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Rhode Island -- 13th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on May 29, 1790

nutipe [From Spanish & English /motiv/, from Old French 'motif', "motive", extant in Russian. Initial /m-/ in Mandarin Chinese.] target -- a desired goal

nu-ti-pe [one+three+person.] n. 13-year old -- a person who has experienced 13 but not 14 years since birth

nutipe-kalane [target+communication-unit.] n. a decrypted message

nutipe-kasese [target+{abstraction}.] n. targetness -- the concept of targeting

nutipe-kune [target+{opposite}.] n. targetor

nutipe-lete [target+{diminutive}.] n. small or lesser target

nutipe-tuna [target+{augmentative}.] n. that which assists a target or targets

nutu [From /mort-/ in many languages', meaning "death" or "dead", AfghanDari 'morda', Amharic 'mut', Arabic(Egyptian) 'moot', Arabic(Iraqi) 'moot', Arabic(Libyan) 'mitt', Arabic(Morrocan) 'mut', Arabic(Syrian) 'moot', Balinese 'mati', Belarus 'cmerts'', Bengali 'mrito', Bosnian 'smrt', Breton 'maro', Bulgarian 'm'rt'v', Catalan 'mort', Czech 'mrtvy'', French 'mort', Gujarati 'maran/mot', Haitian 'mouri', Hausa 'mutuwà', Hebrew 'mavet', Hindi 'murdaa', Indonesian 'mati', Italian 'morto', Javanese 'mati', Kannada 'mr.ta', Lamani 'maran.', Lamani(Gormati) 'mardaa', Latvian 'mires', Lithuanian 'mirtis', Macedonian 'mrtvi', Malagagasy 'maty', Malay 'mati', Maldivian 'maruv-', Maltese 'mewt', Modern-Assyrian 'mo-tä/mauta-', Nivkh 'mu', Oriya 'mruta', Persian 'morde', Portuguese 'morto', Punjabi 'murdaa', Pushtu 'murai', Romanian 'mort', Russian 'smert'', Sanskrit 'mr.ta', Serbian 'smrt', Sindhi 'mautu', Spanish 'muerte', Sundanese 'maot', Ukrainian 'smert'', Urdu 'murdaa' and Welsh 'marw'. Source: Leo Moser, The Acadon System.] death -- the event of dying or the departure from life

nutu-kalane [death+communication-unit.] n. epitaph

nutu-kalase [death+cross.] n. crucifix, rood, rood-tree -- image of a wooden cross with Jesus on it

nutu-kalene-palana-kata [death+agent+plant+cut.] n. cutting a part off a plant that, advertently or inadvertently, causes the plant to die

nutu-kanepuse [death+field.] n. battlefield

nutu-kapina [death+card.] n. death certificate

nutu-kasese [death+{abstraction}.] n. act of dying

nutu-kasese [death+{abstraction}.] n. ending, the act of coming to an end [different from 'fin' I think?

nutu-kasese [death+{abstraction}.] n. mortality

nutu-kasu [death+cause+{verb}.] v. kill -- cause to die, put to death[v

nutu-katale-sisi [death+dirt+movement.] n. burial; interment -- the placing of a corpse under the dirt

nutu-kesinu [death+science.] n. thanatology

nutu-kune [death+{opposite}.] n. birth

nutu-kune [death+{opposite}.] n. life -- the course of existence of an individual

nutu-kune-kaneke-nasiku [death+{opposite}+shell+insect.] n. scarab (family Scarabaeidae)

nutu-kune-kesinu [death+{opposite}+science.] n. biology

nutu-kune-liku [death+{opposite}+liquid.] n. elixir

nutu-kune-lupete [death+{opposite}+air.] n. spirit; soul

nutu-kune-lupete-nati [death+{opposite}+air+matter.] n. ether -- the substance of which people's spirits are supposedly made

nutu-kune-pe [death+{opposite}+person.] n. undead

nutu-kune-pe [death+{opposite}+person.] n. zombie

nutu-kune-pitakesulina [death+{opposite}+alphabet.] n. the system of guanine, adenine, cytosine and thymine coding in DNA

nutule [From Latin 'motor', "prime mover", extant in Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, English, Hindi, Russian, Spanish, German, Dutch, Italian, French, Esperanto and Novial.] motor, engine -- device that converts other forms of energy into mechanical energy and so imparts motion

nutule-kalane [motor+communication-unit.] n. signals to gauges attached to a motor

nutule-kasese [motor+{abstraction}.] n. motivation, impetus

nutule-kune [motor+{opposite}.] n. paralysis

nutule-liku [motor+liquid.] n. gasoline; benzina; gas -- a liquid used as fuel for cars, etc.

nutule-nasini [motor+vehicle.] n. motor vehicle

nutu-lete [death+{diminutive}.] n. coma, comatoseness

nutu-lete [death+{diminutive}.] n. coma

nutule-tuna [motor+{augmentative}.] n. vigor

nutu-lupete [death+air.] n. ghost -- the nonmatter that represents the continued spirit of a dead person

nutu-lupete-liku [death+air+liquid.] n. ectoplasm -- the supposed slime from which ghosts are composed

Nutu-lupete-tile-nusika-se [death+air+body-part+music.] proper n. Dance of the Dead!

Nutu-nale-nalusu-kune-se [death+ocean+outside+{opposite}.] proper n. Davy Jones' locker

Nutu-nale-se [death+ocean.] proper n. The Dead Sea

nutu-naseke [death+birth.] n. stillbirth -- the phenomenon of coming out of the birth canal dead

nutu-naseke-sili [death+birth+bird.] n. phoenix

nutu-nasini [death+vehicle.] n. hearse

Nu-tu-natinu-lete-se [one+two+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. North Carolina -- 12th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Nov. 21, 1789

nutu-nuku-lanase-lepeti [death+mouth+{long-object}+reptile.] n. venomous snake (cobra, viper, etc.)

nutu-nuku-lepeti [death+mouth+reptile.] n. gila monster (Heloderma)

nutu-nuni [death+absence.] n. immortal

nutu-palana-kata [death+plant+cut.] n. dead+plant+cutting

nutu-palana-kata [death+plant+cut.] n. deadheading -- the clipping off of dead parts from a plant

nu-tu-pe [one+two+person.] n. 12-year old -- a person who has experienced 12 but not 13 years since birth

nutu-pe-nala [death+person+disparagement.] n. ghost

nutu-pe-tesu-lete [death+person+god+{diminutive}.] n. ghost

nutu-pine [death+building.] n. pyramid -- a tomb made out of a structure of towing blocks, with all sides triangular

Nutu-pine-natinu-se [death+building+nation.] proper n. Egypt

nutu-pine-pitakesulina [death+building+alphabet.] n. hieroglyphics -- a writing system using picture symbols; used in ancient Egypt

nutu-pine-sakala [death+building+form.] n. pyramid -- a three-dimensional shape consisting of four triangles that meet at the top

nutu-pusata-kalane [death+mail+communication-unit.] n. dead letter -- a letter that can neither be delivered nor returned

nutu-pusiti [death+{interj.}.] interj. aaaargh! -- a scream of pain at the point of death

nutu-putuse-kapina [death+future+card.] n. the Death Card in a Tarot pack

nutu-salane [death+{decay}.] n. decomposition -- the decaying of a corpse

nutu-sapite [death+copulation.] n. necrophilia -- sex with a corpse

nutu-sasi [death+fun.] n. black humor, black humour -- the juxtaposition of morbid and farcical elements (in writing or drama) to give a disturbing effect

nutuse [From Latin 'nodus', "knot".] base, node, station -- a connecting point at which paths of a system, shape or network come together

nutuse-nuni-sata-lete [base+absence+animal+{diminutive}.] n. prokaryote -- an organism lacking a true nucleus

nutuse-sata-lete [base+animal+{diminutive}.] n. eukaryote -- an organism having a true nucleus

nutu-sili [death+bird.] n. vulture

nutu-telule [death+fear.] n. thanatophobia

nutu-tesu-lete [death+god+{diminutive}.] n. undead

nutu-tuna-pusata-sili [death+{augmentative}+mail+bird.] n. passenger pigeon -- an extinct migratory bird (Ectopistes migratorius) abundant in eastern North America until the last half of the 19th century

nutu-tuna-sata-kalese [death+{augmentative}+animal+class.] n. genocide, extinction of a race or species

nu-tu-tusane [one+two+storm.] n. hurricane -- a severe tropical cyclone usually with heavy rains and winds moving a 73-136 knots (12 on the Beaufort scale)

pakala [From Hindi /pakar/.] hold -- the act or means of grasping something with the hands

pakala-kanune [hold+cannon.] n. bazooka -- a portable rocket launcher used by infantrymen as an anti-tank weapon

pakala-nana [hold+electricity.] n. electric charge

pakala-nuka [hold+limb.] n. arm

pakala-nuka-kene [hold+limb+hole.] n. armpit; axilla

pakala-nuka-suli [hold+limb+connection.] n. elbow

pakala-pukuse [hold+fire.] n. wait impatiently, be impatient

pakala-sesete-pina [hold+{feminine}+plane.] n. box -- a cubical container

pakale [From Arabic /bakar/, with initial /bak-/ in Spanish /baca/ 'vaca', with intial /b-/ in Russian /bik/, Hindi /bail/, English 'bovine', Italian 'bovino' and Esperanto & Novial 'bovo'.] bovine, cow, bull -- any of various members of the genus Bos of either sex

pakale-kalane [bovine+communication-unit.] n. mooing

pakale-kalute [bovine+dog.] n. bulldog

pakale-lele [bovine+{masculine}.] n. bull -- a male bovine

pakale-lele-kupate [bovine+{masculine}+fight.] n. bullfighting

pakale-lele-kupate-nike [bovine+{masculine}+fight+worker.] n. matador; toreador

pakale-lete [bovine+{diminutive}.] n. calf

pakale-lete [bovine+{diminutive}.] n. ox

pakale-nasini [bovine+vehicle.] n. ox cart

pakale-nasini-palate [bovine+vehicle+part.] n. cow vehicle part [cow-catcher

pakale-nine [bovine+fish.] n. cowfish (Lactophrys)

pakale-pale [bovine+blade.] n. cattle prod -- a pointed object (often electrified) designed for driving cattle.

pakale-pitakesulina [bovine+alphabet.] n. boustrophedon -- a writing system in which the direction of lines is alternated, usually compared to the movement of an ox plough

pakale-sasape [bovine+companion.] n. cowherd

pakale-sesete [bovine+{feminine}.] n. cow

pakale-sili [bovine+bird.] n. cowbird (Molothrus)

pakale-sunu-sinata [bovine+sound+tool.] n. cowbell

pakale-tuna [bovine+{augmentative}.] n. buffalo

pakute [From Russian /pagod/.] weather -- physical climate, meteorological conditions

pakute-kalane [weather+communication-unit.] n. weather forecast

pakute-kesinu [weather+science.] n. meteorology

pakute-lala [weather+time.] n. season, time of year -- one of the natural periods into which the year is divided by atmospheric conditions (e.g., "rainy season", "dry season")

pakute-lunene [weather+light.] n. light house

pakute-nasini [weather+vehicle.] n. weather balloon

pakute-sekupe [weather+watcher.] n. weather satellite -- instruments placed into orbit around the earth to gather meteorological data

pakute-sinata [weather+tool.] n. barometer -- an instrument that measures atmospheric pressure

pala [From Hindi /pal/.] fruit -- the ripened reproductive body of a seed plant

pala-kunane [fruit+eating+{noun-modifier}.] adj. frugivorous

pala-lanase [long object+fruit.] n. banana -- elongated crescent-shaped yellow fruit with soft sweet flesh

pala-liku [fruit+liquid.] n. juice (in the sense of fruit juice)

pala-lupete-nane [fruit+air+mammal.] n. fruit bat (Pteropodidae)

palana [From Latin 'planta', extant in Romance (Spanish, Italian, etc.), Germanic (English, German, Dutch), auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial), et al. (Note Hindi /vamspat/.] plant -- a vegetable life-form

palana-kakute [plant+{sharp-object}.] n. needle -- any thin, sharp leaf coming from a plant species, such as the leaves of pine trees

palana-kalese [plant+class.] n. taxon -- any unit used in the science of biological classification (taxonomy) of plants, which have a universally recognized heirarchy

palana-kalusa [plant+love.] n. the natural bonding between humanity and the plant kingdom, demonstrated in attraction to flowers, talking to one's plants, the human+plant exchange of carbon monoxide and dioxide, etc.

palana-kanela [plant+room.] n. greenhouse -- an inside room in which plants are kept and grown

palana-kanete [plant+fastener.] n. burr -- nature's original Velcro

palana-katale [plant+dirt.] n. soil -- dirt that is prepared or suitable for growing plants

palana-kata-sili [plant+cut+bird.] n. plantcutter (Phytotoma)

palana-kesinu [plant+science.] n. botany -- the scientific study of the plant kingdom

palana-kesinu [plant+science.] n. floristics

palana-kunane [plant+eating+{noun-modifier}.] adj. herbivorous -- eating plants rather than meat

palana-kunane-pe [plant+eating+person.] n. vegetarian -- a person who abstains from eating meat

palana-liku [plant+liquid.] n. sap -- the fluid found in vascular plants

palana-liku-nalake-sepete [plant+liquid+milk+flower.] n. poppy -- a flower of the family Papaveraceae with a milky, narcotic sap and abundant seeds

palana-nenu [plant+egg.] n. seed

palana-pine [plant+building.] n. greenhouse -- an inside room in which plants are kept and grown

palana-pisuke [plant+{high-object}.] n. canopy -- the high region formed by plants at the top of the rain-forest

palana-pule-kasese [plant+brown+{abstraction}.] n. bruise -- a brown or otherwise discolored mark on damanged or rotting fruit, leaves, etc.

palana-sapili [plant+ability.] n. green thumb -- a knack for growing and tending plants

pala-nasiku [fruit+insect.] n. fruit fly

palana-sule-salana [plant+Sun+direction.] n. heliotropism -- the tendency of plants to turn their pollen centers towards the sun

pala-nesetu-nasiku [fruit+nest+insect.] n. fig wasp (family Agaonidae)

palasa [From Russian /palasa/.] stripe -- marking of a different color or texture from the background

palasa-katuse [stripe+cat.] n. skunk

palasa-kune [stripe+{opposite}.] n. spot -- a mark on a surface differing sharply in color from its surroundings

palasa-lete [stripe+{diminutive}.] n. spot -- a mark on a surface differing sharply in color from its surroundings

palasa-nusike [stripe+rodent.] n. chipmunk (Tamias)

palasa-pakale [stripe+bovine.] n. kudu, bongo, etc. (Tragelaphus)

palasa-sisana [stripe+horse.] n. zebra -- an animal related to the horse, with black and white stripes

palasa-sisana-nine [stripe+horse+fish.] n. zebrafish

pala-sili [fruit+bird.] n. toucan (Ramphastidae)

palate [From Romance 'part' (from Latin 'pars'), extant in English, Romance (Spanish, Italian) and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial).] part -- something determined in relation to something that includes it

palate-kune [part+{opposite}.] n. piece

palate-kune-talike [part+{opposite}+way+{verb-modifier}.] adv. piecemeal -- bit by bit

palate-nasini [part+vehicle.] n. railway car

pale [From Hindi /pal/.] blade -- a broad, flat part of a tool that usu. has a cutting edge

pale-kali [blade+word.] n. abuse, insult, revilement, contumely, vilification -- a rude expression intended to offend or hurt

pale-kunete [blade+condition.] n. crisis, critical condition -- a state between success and failure, between life and death

pale-kupe [blade+cover.] n. sheath

pale-kupe-nase-sili [blade+cover+nose+bird.] n. sheathbill

pale-nine [blade+fish.] n. sawfish (Pristis)

pale-nine [blade+fish.] n. swordfish (genus Xiphias)

pale-nuka-lete-nine [blade+limb+{diminutive}+fish.] n. swordtail (genus Xiphophorus)

pale-palana [blade+plant+{noun-modifier}.] adj. ensiform -- having leaves resembling a sword blade

pale-pepe [blade+creation.] n. sword forging -- the act of creating a blade

pale-pupa [blade+bomb.] n. shrapnel -- shell containing lead pellets that explodes in flight

pale-sila [blade+weapon.] n. sword -- a weapon consisting of a long metal blade with a handle.

pale-sunu-sinata [blade+sound+tool.] n. musical saw

pale-tenete [blade+tooth.] n. incisor (c.f. catdent)

pale-tuna [blade+{augmentative}.] n. sword -- a cutting or thrusting weapon with a long blade

pale-tuna [blade+{augmentative}.] n. sword

pale-tuna-tupe-palana [blade+{augmentative}+top+plant.] n. iris -- any plant of the genus Iris, which have narrow sword-shaped leaves with various colored flowers

palise [From Russian /palis/.] digit -- a finger or toe in human beings or corresponding part in other vertebrates; in compounds, used metaphorically for digit-like parts, such as tongues and horns

palise-kalane [digit+communication-unit.] n. serial code

palise-kesinu [digit+science.] n. arithmetic

palise-kulepu-kune [digit+body-of-water+{opposite}.] n. peninsula

palise-nani-kune [digit+soft-object+{opposite}.] n. nail

palise-nunene-kukitu [digit+name+knowledge.] n. the study of the names of numbers

palise-pitakesulina-kelepe [digit+alphabet+play.] n. a diversion involving printing a letter on each of one's fingertips, often to flash several fingers at a time and spell out words and sentences

palise-sunu-sinata [digit+sound+tool.] n. mbira, sansa, kalimba, "thumb piano"

pane [flag+{verb}.] v. switch

pane [From English 'banner', from Vulgar Latin 'bandaria', extant in Romance (Spanish, Italian), Indonesian, et al.] flag, banner -- usu. rectangular piece of cloth of distinctive design used to convey a message or part of a message or to signify a group of people

paneka [A shift in meaning from the international form /bank/, "an institution hold money in reserve for you", ultimately from Old High German 'banc', "moneychanger's table", and extant in Arabic, Russian, Hindi, English, Spanish, German, Dutch, Italian, Esperanto and Novial. Adopted in favor of 'reserv' (from Latin), as /bank/ is much more widely used internationally.] reserve - supply kept back and saved for future use

paneka-kalane [reserve+communication-unit.] n. recorded inventory

paneka-kune [reserve+{opposite}.] n. deficit, shortfall

pane-kalane [flag+communication-unit.] n. signal from a signal flag

paneka-nasini [reserve+vehicle.] n. supply truck, military supply truck

paneka-palana [reserve+plant.] n. cactus

paneka-pine [reserve+building.] n. bank (c.f. dinarbancbin)

pane-kasese [flag+{abstraction}.] n. signal?

pane-kesinu [flag+science.] n. vexillology

pane-kune [flag+{opposite}.] n. coat of arms

pane-kunete [flag+condition.] n. country a ship is registered in

pane-lete [flag+{diminutive}.] n. canton -- a usually rectangular division of a flag, occupying the upper corner next to the staff

pane-nasini [flag+vehicle.] n. staff car

pane-pitakesulina [flag+alphabet.] n. semaphore

pane-tuna [flag+{augmentative}.] n. flag pole

panupu [From Malay 'bambu', extant in Romance (Spanish, Italian), Germanic (English, German, Dutch) and auxilaries (Esperanto, Novial).] bamboo -- the hardy wooden stems of bamboo plants; used in construction, crafts and fishing poles

panupu-kasese [bamboo+{abstraction}.] n. hollow cylinder

panupu-kita [bamboo+food.] n. bamboo shoot -- young shoot of certain species of bamboo, which is eaten as a vegetable, especially in east Asia

panupu-kune [bamboo+{opposite}.] n. nut -- something that screws onto a bolt

panupu-kupate [bamboo+fight.] n. kendo -- Japanese martial art of fencing using bamboo sticks

panupu-lete [bamboo+{diminutive}.] n. straw, drinking straw

panupu-liku [bamboo+liquid.] n. tubocurarine, curare -- a toxic alkaloid found in certain tropical South American trees that is a powerful relaxant for striated muscles; used by South American Indians as an arrow poison. [Word history: bamud from the practice of shipping curare in bam

panupu-nasiku [bamboo+insect.] n. stick insect; walkingstick (family Phasmatidae)

panupu-nasini [bamboo+vehicle.] n. rickshaw

panupu-nusika-pupi [Javanese : gamOl, to make music + -an, suff. indicating means..] n. gamelan -- an Indonesian orchestra, made up primarily of percussion instruments, incluping bamboo xylophones, gongs and chimes.

panupu-nusike [bamboo+rodent.] n. bamboo rat (Rhizomys sumatrensis)

panupu-pelane [bamboo+plant-organ.] n. cane -- a strong slender often flexible stem as of bamboos, reeds, rattans, or sugar cane

panupu-sanate [bamboo+freeze.] n. cold snap, cold spell, cold wave -- a period of unusually cold weather

panupu-sasale [bamboo+tree.] n. bamboo -- the hard woody stems of bamboo plants; used in construction and crafts and fishing poles

Panupu-sata-se [bamboo+animal.] proper n. Panda

panupu-setina [bamboo+wall.] n. bamboo curtain -- an ideological barrier around communist China especially in the 1950s and 1960s

panupu-sili [bamboo+bird.] n. bamboo patridge, Bambusicola thoracica

panupu-sunu-sinata [bamboo+sound+tool.] n. bamboo flute, shakuhachi

panupu-tuna [bamboo+{augmentative}.] n. bamboo plant

panupu-tuna [bamboo+{augmentative}.] n. bolt, screw

papa [Unknown origin.] fat -- plant or animal tissue containing any of various soft, solid, or semisolid organic compounds constituting the esters of glycerol and fatty acids

papa-kasese-lete [fat+{abstraction}+{diminutive}.] n. plump -- euphemism for slightly fat [aj

papa-liku [fat+liquid.] n. grease -- thick fatty oil

papa-liku [fat+liquid.] n. oil -- a fatty liquid that does not mix with water

papa-liku [fat+liquid.] n. oil -- a slippery or viscous liquid or liquefiable substance not miscible with water

papa-nuni [fat+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. fat-free

papa-nusike [fat+rodent.] n. fat mouse (Steatomys)

papa-sanate-sili [fat+freeze+bird.] n. auk

papa-sili [fat+bird.] n. oilbird (Steatornis caripensis)

papa-sise [fat+system.] n. fat metabolism -- the ability of the body to break down the fat that accumulates in it

papa-tile [fat+body-part+{noun-modifier}.] adj. adipose

papu [Unknown origin.] verb -- the part of speech typically expressing existance, action or occurrence and relating the subject of the sentence to any objects

papu-kesinu [verb+science.] n. grammar

Papu-nuni-kunune-sise-se [verb+absence+communication+system.] proper n. AllNoun -- a specific artificial language named after its main feature (it contains only nouns)

pasala [From Persian /bazar/, extant in Russian, Hindi, Arabic, Spanish, English, Italian, Esperanto, et al.] market -- place where goods are bought/sold/traded

pasala-kalane [market+communication-unit.] n. list of prices

pasala-kalusa [market+love.] n. prostitution

pasala-kalusa-pe [market+love+person.] n. prostitute

pasala-kapina [market+card.] n. business card -- a card for economic self-promotion containing one's name and contact numbers and info on one's business

pasala-kasese [market+{abstraction}.] n. business, marketing

pasala-kasese [market+{abstraction}.] n. the market (in economics sense, as in "the world oil market")

pasala-kasese [market+abstraction.] n. deal, trade, business deal -- a particular instance of buying or selling

pasala-kesinu [market+science.] n. market research

pasala-kune [market+{opposite}.] n. delivery point for non-trade goods (e.g., charity kitchen)

pasala-kune [market+{opposite}.] n. factory -- place where goods are made

pasala-lete [market+{diminutive}.] n. shop

pasala-nasala [market+source.] n. point of origin for goods

pasala-nasini [market+vehicle.] n. market cart

pasala-pine [market+building.] n. store, shop, boutique -- a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of all goods

pasala-pupi-kalane [market+people-group+communication-unit.] n. advertisement -- a publicall presented message to provide publicity for a product, service, etc.

pasala-pupi-kalane-kani [market+people-group+communication-unit+garment.] n. clothing with a designer label (such as "ABERCROMBIE") written conspicuously across the front and/or sides, typically ridiculously expensive and designed to serve as a billboard for the designer

pasala-tete [market+grains.] n. commodity, trade goods, goods -- articles of commerce

pasala-tuna [market+{augmentative}.] n. department-store

pasala-tuna [market+{augmentative}.] n. market -- a subdivision of a population

pasala-tuna [market+{augmentative}.] n. shopping center, mall

pasatu [From Spanish /pasado/ (cognates in Italian and Esperanto) and English 'past', with initial /p-/ in Russian /proshla/ and Hindi /purv/.] past -- time that has elapsed

pasatu-kalane [past+communication-unit.] n. archive

pasatu-kesinu [past+science.] n. history

pasatu-sati [past+truth.] n. past truth -- a discarded or disproved theory or fact

Pasatu-sunane-se [past+human.] proper n. Neandertal man, Neanderthal man, Neandertal, Neanderthal, Homo sapiens neanderthalensis -- extinct robust human of Middle Paleolithic in Europe and western Asia

pasatu-tile [past+body-part.] n. vestigial organ -- an organ (as the appendix) that serves no modern purpose and whose existence is a throwback to earlier evolution

pata [From Russian /vada/.] water -- a clear colorless odourless tasteless liquid, H20, essential for life

pata-kaletela [water+road.] n. pipe; conduit -- a manufactured tube made for the passage of water

Pata-kaletela-natinu-se [water+road+nation.] proper n. Panama

pata-kanepuse [water+field.] n. marsh, swamp

pata-kanepuse-nusike [water+field+rodent.] n. swamp rat (Otomyinae)

pata-kanepuse-sili [water+field+bird.] n. rail (Rallidae)

pata-kase [water+gas.] n. steam; vapor -- the gaseous form of H2O

pata-kase-kalape [water+gas+change+{verb}.] v. evaporate

pata-katale-tata [water+dirt+amphibian.] n. mudpuppy (Necturus)

pata-katuse-lete [water+cat+{diminutive}.] n. otter

pata-kesinu [water+science.] n. hydrology

pata-kesu-lete [water+running-movement+{diminutive}.] n. wading -- walking through shallow water

pata-kesu-lete-nasiku [water+running-movement+{diminutive}+insect.] n. waterstrider; water-skeeter

pata-kesu-lete-sili [water+running-movement+{diminutive}+bird.] n. heron (Ardeidae)

pata-kiki-sinata [water+measure+tool.] n. hydrometer

pata-kita [water+food.] n. soup

pata-kita-sili [water+food+bird.] n. edible-nest swiftlet (Collocalia fuciphaga)

pata-kutule [water+control.] n. irrigation -- supplying dry land with water by means of ditches etc

pata-lapati-nasi [water+washing/cleaning+machine.] n. wet vac, wet vacuum, wet vacuum cleaner -- an electrical home appliance that cleans up water by suction

pata-lati [water+radio.] n. sonar

patalune [From Hindi /patalun/, from French 'pantalon', attested in English ('pantaloon'), Italian, Esperanto and Novial.] pants, trousers -- a garment extending from the waist to the knee or ankle, covering each leg separately

pata-nasiku-nane [water+insect+mammal.] n. otter-shrew (Potamogale)

pata-nasini [water+vehicle.] n. water truck

Pata-nasini-pikuta-se [water+vehicle+picture.] proper n. French Polynesia (PYF)

pata-nuni [water+absence.] n. dehydration

pata-nuni [water+absence.] n. dry object -- an object lacking water

pata-nuni [water+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. dry -- lacking water.

pata-nuni-kasese [water+absence+{abstraction}.] n. dryness -- the state of lacking water

pata-nusike [water+rodent.] n. nutria, coypu (Myocastor)

pata-paneka [water+reserve.] n. reservoir

pata-paneka-palana [water+reserve+plant.] n. cactus

pata-pesipitasi [water+precipitation.] n. rain

pata-pesipitasi-satasi [water+precipitation+item.] n. raindrops

pata-pitina [water+mark.] n. watermark

pata-sane [water+bread.] n. pasta -- spaghetti, tortellini, fettuccine, ravioli, macaroni, etc.

pata-sasute [water+container.] n. water bottle -- a container for holding water.

pata-setina [water+wall.] n. dam -- a structure built in the path of a river

pata-setina-nusike [water+wall+rodent.] n. beaver (Castor)

pata-sikulu-kasese [water+circle+{abstraction}.] n. water cycle

pata-silete-nati [water+shield+matter+{noun-modifier}.] adj. waterproof -- designed so that water cannot pass through

pata-sili [water+bird.] n. waterfowl

pata-sisi-tile [water+movement+body-part.] n. swim-bladder

pata-sulisuna [water+horizon.] n. waterline, water line, water level -- a line corresponding to the surface of the water when the vessel is afloat on an even keel; often painted on the hull of a ship

pata-susinu [water+pig.] n. hippopotamus

patate [From Hindi /padart/.] object, thing -- something that is enduring in space-time

pata-tene-nesete [water+{hot-object}+site.] n. hot springs

pata-tile-nusika-sata [water+body-part+music+animal.] n. prawn

pata-tupuse [water+tube.] n. pipe; conduit -- a tube for the passage of water

pata-tupuse [water+tube.] n. pipe

pata-tupuse-sise [water+tube+system.] n. sewer

pe [From Latin 'persona', extant in Romance (Spanish, Italian, et al), Germanic (English, German, et al) and Russian, with initial /p-/ in Hindi /puruc/.] person, individual -- a human being

pe-kalese [person+class.] n. world, human race, humanity, humankind, human beings, humans, mankind, man -- all of the inhabitants of the earth

Pe-kapina-se [person+card.] proper n. ID card -- an authorized card containing a person's photograph with his/her name, birthdate, etc.

pe-kipele-pusata [person+cyberspace+mail.] n. electronic mail, e-mail, email -- an individual's collection of e-mail messages received from others

pelane [From Spanish 'planta'.] plant organ -- a differentiated part of a plant that performs a specific function

pe-lapati-nasi [person+washing/cleaning+machine.] n. shower -- a plumbing fixture that sprays water over a person

pele [From Hindi /pel/, "range".] interval -- quantity of time between events X and Y

pele-kalane [interval+communication-unit.] n. notice that a time limit is completed

pele-ku [interval+violence.] n. serial crime -- one instance of a series of three or more similar crimes committed by the same person or group

pe-lele [person+{masculine}.] n. man -- male person

pe-lele [person+{masculine}.] n. man or person who seems masculine regardless of gender

pele-nasini [interval+vehicle.] n. stagecoach

pelene [Blend of Balto-Celtic-Germano-Slavic /apel/ form and Turkic /elma/ or /alma/, both meaning "apple". The /apel/ forms include Afrikaans 'appel', Bengali 'apel ', Breton 'aval', Cornish 'aval', Dutch 'appel', English 'apple', Indonesian 'apel', Latvian 'a-bols', Malay 'epel', Shona 'apuro', Thai 'aap-puhl', Tongan '`apele', Welsh 'afal', Yiddish 'epel' and Zulu '-apula'. The /alm/ forms include Azerbaijani 'alma', Bashkir 'alma', Hungarian 'alma', Kazakh 'alma', Kyrgyz 'alma', Mongol 'alim', Turkish 'elma', Turkmen 'alma', Uighur(China) 'alma' and Uzbek 'olma'. Source: Leo Moser, The Acadon System. Matches initial /p-/ in Latin 'po:mum', "fruit", in English 'pome' and in Romance "apple" forms, including Spanish 'poma', French & Esperanto & Ido 'pomo', and Novial 'pome'. Matches initial aspirated /p-/ in Mandarin 'ping2guo3' and Romany 'phabáy', "apple". The form 'palm' was ruled out due to the widespread internationality of Latin 'palma' meaning "palm tree".] pome -- a fleshy fruit, such as an apple, a pear, or a quince, with multiple seed chambers and an edible outer flesh; used in compounds to refer to any fruit with an edible outer flesh

pelene-lanase-lepeti [pome+{long-object}+reptile.] n. an evil serpent

pelene-paneka-palana [pome+reserve+plant.] n. prickly pear -- a flat-leaved cactus of the genus Opuntia that produces a pear-like fruit

pele-nuni [interval+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. continuous

pele-pupa [interval+bomb.] n. time bomb -- an explosive device rigged to go off after a set interval of time.

pe-lete [person+{diminutive}.] n. child -- a person who has not yet come of age

pe-lete [person+{diminutive}.] n. dwarf, midget

pe-lete-lele [person+{diminutive}+{masculine}.] n. little boy -- a human male who has not yet reached adolescence

pe-lete-lete [person+{diminutive}+{diminutive}.] n. child -- under 12

pe-lete-sesete [person+{diminutive}+{feminine}.] n. little girl -- a human female who has not yet reached adolescence

pe-lete-tepuse [person+{diminutive}+time.] n. childhood -- the time of one's life up to adolescence

pe-natu-tepuse [person+adult+time.] n. adulthood -- the phase of one's life as an adult

pene [From from Indo-European *penque (*penkwe), extant in Hindi /pa~c/, Russian, Romance (from assimilated form *quenque/kwenkwe in Latin, Spanish, Italian, English 'penta-', et al) and Germanic (from *pempe in English, German, Dutch).] five -- the cardinal number that is the sum of four and one

pene-kelu-pe [five+four+person.] n. 54-year old -- a person who has experienced 54 but not 55 years since birth

pene-kesinu [five+science.] n. pentology -- study of the occult

pene-kune [five+{opposite}.] n. negative five, -5

pene-kupu [five+edge.] n. pentagon

pene-kutu-pe [five+eight+person.] n. 58-year old -- a person who has experienced 58 but not 59 years since birth

Pene-lili-se [five+world.] proper n. Jupiter -- the fifth planet from the Sun

Pene-lune-tale-se [five+red+star.] proper n. Hong Kong (HKG)

Pene-natinu-lete-se [five+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Connecticut -- fifth state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Jan. 9, 1788

pene-nene-pe [five+nine+person.] n. 59-year old -- a person who has experienced 59 but not 60 years since birth

Pene-nila-tale-se [five+blue+star.] proper n. Honduras (HND)

pene-nu-pe [five+one+person.] n. 51-year old -- a person who has experienced 51 but not 52 years since birth

pene-nupili [five+noble.] n. marquis/marquise

pene-nupili-lele [five+noble+{masculine}.] n. marquis

pene-nupili-sesete [five+noble+{feminine}.] n. marquise

pene-palana-kalese [five+plant+class.] n. family

pene-pe [five+person.] n. five-year old -- a person who has experienced five but not six years since birth

pene-pene-pe [five+five+person.] n. 55-year old -- a person who has experienced 55 but not 56 years since birth

pene-pete [five+foot.] n. starfish -- a marine invertebrate with (usually) five appendages.

penesa [From English 'pencil', borrowed into Hindi.] stylus -- a pointed tool for writing, drawing or engraving

penesa-kalane [stylus+communication-unit.] n. written note

penesa-kesinu [stylus+science.] n. graphology

penesa-nine [stylus+fish.] n. pencil fish

penesa-pata-sane [stylus+water+bread.] n. penne pasta

pene-sata-kalese [five+animal+class.] n. family

penesa-tupa-tapula [stylus+pressing+board.] n. keyboard

pene-sese-pe [five+six+person.] n. 56-year old -- a person who has experienced 56 but not 57 years since birth

pene-sete-pe [five+seven+person.] n. 57-year old -- a person who has experienced 57 but not 58 years since birth

Pene-silu-natinu-lete-se [five+zero+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Hawaii -- 50th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Aug. 21, 1959

pene-silu-pe [five+zero+person.] n. 50-year old -- a person who has experienced 50 but not 51 years since birth

Pene-silu-tale-se [five+zero+star.] proper n. United States (USA)

Pene-sutale-kulepu-se [five+thread+body-of-water.] proper n. Volga -- the longest river of Russia and of Europe, flowing about 3,701 km (2,300 mi) miles from the Valdai Hills to the Caspian Sea (and linked by canals and other rivers to the Baltic Sea)

penete [From Latin 'vendere', extant in Romance (Spanish, Italian), English 'vending', auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial).] sale -- the general activity of selling

penete [sale+{verb}.] v. sell -- seller S sells salee O in regards to X

penete-kalane [sale+communication-unit.] n. bill of sale

penete-kune [sale+{opposite}.] n. purchase -- the acquisition of something for payment

penete-kune-tuna [sale+{opposite}+{augmentative}.] n. profligate, extravagant -- recklessly wasteful [adj

penete-nasini [sale+vehicle.] n. pushcart

penete-nunesu-lete [sale+number+{diminutive}.] n. cheap good, inexpensive item -- item that is relatively low in price or charging low prices

penete-nunesu-tuna [sale+number+{augmentative}.] n. expensive item -- item that is high in price or charging high prices

penete-nunesu-tuna [sale+number+{augmentative}+{noun-modifier}.] adj. costly -- entailing great loss or sacrifice [aj

penete-sasape [sale+companion.] n. partner, business partner -- a person who is a member of a business partnership or a co-owner of a corporation

Pene-tesu-kitapa-se [five+god+book.] proper n. Pentateuch, Torah, Laws -- the first five books of the Old Testament considered as a unit

penete-tala-pele [sale+removal+interval.] n. the time before an object is taken off sale

pene-ti-pe [five+three+person.] n. 53-year old -- a person who has experienced 53 but not 54 years since birth

pene-tuna [five+{augmentative}.] n. 50

pene-tu-pe [five+two+person.] n. 52-year old -- a person who has experienced 52 but not 53 years since birth

pe-nikule [person+tiny-item.] n. any legendary tiny humanoid; an elf, gnome, menehune, etc.

pepale [From Spanish 'prepar-'.] readiness -- state of being ready or prepared for use in action

pepale-kalane [readiness+communication-unit.] n. alert

pepale-nati [readiness+matter.] n. adrenaline

pepe [Unknown origin.] creation -- something made, constructed or created (but not as a synonym of "caused")

pepe-kalane [creation+communication-unit.] n. notification something has started

pepe-kalene-pine [creation+agent+building.] n. factory -- a building in which raw materials are processed to make saleable products

pepe-kali-sise [creation+word+system.] n. constructed language, invented language, model language -- a language deliberately created for some specific purpose

pepe-kali-sise [creation+word+system.] n. constructed language, model language -- a language specifically invented for a work of fiction or as a tool for human-to-human communication

pepe-kesinu [creation+science.] n. creation science

pepe-kesinu [creation+science.] n. engineering -- a systematic study of making, constructing or creating things

pepe-kesinu [creation+science.] n. theorietical physics

pepe-kesinu-nike [creation+science+worker.] n. engineer -- a professional of making, constructing and creating things

pepe-kune [creation+{opposite}.] n. destroy -- cause the ruining or undoing of [v

pepe-pine [creation+building.] n. factory -- building with facilities for manufacturing

pepe-sata [creation+animal.] n. monster -- imaginary creature typically made up of various human and animal parts

pepe-tiketu-sata-tuna [creation+ink+animal+{augmentative}.] n. kraken -- a legendary sea monster that resembles the giant squid

pe-salape [person+{old-object}.] n. senior citizen -- a person from about his/her sixties on

pe-salape-kune [person+{old-object}+{opposite}.] n. young person/adolescent/teenager/teen/twentysomething/kid/young adult -- a person between childhood and adulthood. The length of "youth" varies from culture to culture, but as self-defined by most Americans in this group at the end of the millennium (say, c. 1980+2000) it seems to extend from about age 12 to about the late twenties.

pe-salape-kune-lele [person+{old-object}+{opposite}+{masculine}.] n. young man, boy, guy -- a male person during adolescence

pe-salape-kune-tepuse [person+{old-object}+{opposite}+time.] n. youth -- the time between childhood and adulthood

pe-salape-lele [person+{old-object}+{masculine}.] n. old man

pe-salape-sesete [person+{old-object}+{feminine}.] n. old woman

pe-salape-sesete-sesete [person+{old-object}+{feminine}+{feminine}.] n. young woman, girl -- a female person during adolescence

pe-salape-tepuse [person+{old-object}+time.] n. old age -- the time in one's life in which one is a senior citizen

pe-sesete [person+{feminine}.] n. woman or person who seems feminine regardless of gender

pesipitasi [From Spanish 'precipitación'.] precipitation -- the falling to earth of rain or snow or hail or sleet or fog

pesipitasi-kalane [precipitation+communication-unit.] n. weather forecast

pesipitasi-kasese [precipitation+{abstraction}.] n. trouble, worries, problems

pesipitasi-kesinu [precipitation+science.] n. meteorology

pesipitasi-kiki-sinata [precipitation+measure+tool.] n. hyetometer

pesipitasi-kune [precipitation+{opposite}.] n. evaporation, transpiration -- drying out

pesipitasi-kupe [precipitation+cover.] n. roof -- a protective covering that covers or forms the top of a building or motor vehicle

pesipitasi-kupe [precipitation+cover.] n. umbrella -- a lightweight handheld collapsible canopy, typically used for protection from rain

pesipitasi-lete [precipitation+{diminutive}.] n. airbound precipitation -- precipitation that doesn't hit the ground, such as mist or fog

pesipitasi-luka [precipitation+rock.] n. falling rock -- a rock that falls from on high, as from a cliff or mountain

pesipitasi-luka [precipitation+rock.] n. meteorite

pesipitasi-luka [precipitation+rock.] n. stalactite or stalagmite -- a cylinder of calcium carbonate projecting upward from the floor or downward from the ceiling of a limestone cave

pesipitasi-luka-sasala [precipitation+rock+event.] n. avalanche

pesipitasi-nasini [precipitation+vehicle.] n. snowcat

pesipitasi-satasi [precipitation+item.] n. drop of precipitation

pesipitasi-tuna [precipitation+{augmentative}.] n. blizzard

pesipitasi-tuna [precipitation+{augmentative}.] n. hail -- precipitation of solid or semi-solid objects

pete [From Indo-European *ped-, with initial /p-/ in Hindi /pamv/; *ped- survives in English 'pedestrian', Germanic *fot- (English foot) and Romance /p-d-/ (Spanish, Italian, Esperanto, Novial).] foot -- the pedal extremity of the inferior limb in vertebrates

pete-kesinu [foot+science.] n. podiatry

pete-kitala [foot+guitar.] n. pedal steel guitar

pete-lanase-kiki [foot+{long-object}+measure.] n. foot

pete-nasini [foot+vehicle.] n. bicycle

pete-nesete-seli [foot+site+series.] n. stairs -- a means of access consisting of a series of steps

pete-nuni-lepeti [foot+absence+reptile.] n. snake

pete-palise [foot+digit.] n. toe

pete-sasute [foot+container.] n. shoe

pete-sasute-nuku-sili [foot+container+mouth+bird.] n. shoebill (Balaeniceps rex)

pete-satana-kene [foot+side+hole.] n. instep; acrotarsium

pe-tuna [person+{augmentative}.] n. adult

pe-tuna [person+{augmentative}.] n. elder -- a person of great age and/or wisdom

pe-tuna [person+{augmentative}.] n. giant

pi [Unknown origin.] {postposition}

piku [From Mandarin Chinese /pigu/.] buttock, cheek -- either of the buttocks

piku-kesinu [buttock+science.] n. proctology

piku-kuku [buttock+lightning.] n. pins and needles -- the prickling sensation which comes from pinching a nerve for too long; esp. such a sensation when it comes from sitting still too long

piku-nuka [buttock+limb.] n. tail

piku-nuka-sutale-nine [buttock+limb+thread+fish.] n. gourami (family Osphronemidae)

piku-pale-tatu [buttock+blade+arachnid.] n. horseshoe crab (class Xiphosura)

piku-pine [buttock+building.] n. outhouse, privy, earth-closet, jakes -- a small outbuilding with a bench having holes through which a user can defecate

piku-pulase-salane-nasiku [buttock+hair+{decay}+insect.] n. tachinid fly (family Tachinidae)

piku-sapite [buttock+copulation.] n. anal sex -- sexual intercourse by the rectum rather than the vulva or mouth

piku-satisi-kune [buttock+satisfaction+{opposite}.] n. a pain in the a--

piku-supaka [buttock+opening.] n. anus; rectum -- the outward passage of the digestive system

piku-sutale [buttock+thread.] n. tail -- the posterior part of the body of a vertebrate especially when elongated and extending beyond the trunk or main part of the body

pikuta [From Latin 'pictura', extant in Spanish and English.] picture, image -- a visual representation, of an object or scene or person, produced on a surface

pikuta-kalane [picture+communication-unit.] n. pictogram

pikuta-kapina-nikule [picture+card+tiny-item.] n. one of the octagonal cards that can be inserted into a Viewmaster

pikuta-nute [picture+north.] n. compass rose -- a representation of the four points of the compass, as on a map

pikuta-pitakesulina [picture+alphabet.] n. pictographs

pikuta-puna [picture+form.] n. pattern -- a repeatable system of visual elements (such a stripes, polka dots, Munster, etc.)

pikuta-pusata [picture+mail.] n. postcard, picture postcard --

pikuta-sani [picture+long event.] n. phoot shoot, modeling session -- an event where many photographs of specific subjects or people are taken

pikuta-sikala [picture+frame.] n. picture frame

piku-tunune [buttock+gift.] n. suppository -- a small plug of medication designed for insertion into the rectum, where it melts

pila [From Russian /pir/, with initial /p-/ in Hindi /par/ and Latin 'pluma', extant in Spanish, English, Esperanto and Novial.] feather -- the light horny structures forming the external covering of birds

pila-penesa [feather+stylus.] n. quill

pile [From Hindi /pil-/.] yellow -- the quality or state of the chromatic color resembling the hue of sunflowers or lemons

pile-kipu-pala [yellow+curve+fruit.] n. banana

Pile-kulepu-kune-se [yellow+body-of-water+{opposite}.] proper n. Cyprus (CYP)

Pile-luna-se [yellow+moon.] proper n. Malaysia (MYS)

pile-lune [yellow+red.] n. orange -- a color intermediate between red and yellow

Pile-nanese-sili-se [yellow+meat+bird.] proper n. Egypt (EGY)

pile-nelu-palasa-nine [yellow+black+stripe+fish.] n. angelfish (family Pomacanthidae)

pile-nenu [yellow+egg.] n. yolk, vitellus -- nutritive material of an ovum stored for the nutrition of an embryo, especially the yellow mass of a bird or reptile egg

pile-nila [yellow+blue.] n. green

Pile-nila-kapina-se [yellow+blue+card.] proper n. Green Card

pile-nila-lepeti [yellow+blue+reptile.] n. green lizard (Lacerta viridis)

pile-nila-luka [yellow+blue+rock.] n. emerald

Pile-nila-lune-se [yellow+blue+red.] proper n. Colombia (COL)

pile-nuka-nine [yellow+limb+fish.] n. yellowfin tuna

Pile-nute-kalase-nila-se [yellow+north+cross+blue.] proper n. Sweden (SWE)

pile-panupu [Translation of Mandarin Chinese hußng lf etymon hußng zh·, yellow bamboo..] n. whangee -- any Asian bamboo of the genus Phyllostachys

pile-panupu-sinata [yellow+bamboo+tool.] n. whangee -- a walking stick made from the woody stem of bamboo of the genus Phyllostachys

Pile-pata-nasini-se [yellow+water+vehicle.] proper n. Saint Pierre & Miquelon (SPM)

Pile-pile-tuna-lune-se [yellow+yellow+{augmentative}+red.] proper n. Lithuania (LTU)

Pile-sikulu-se [yellow+circle.] proper n. Palau (PLW)

Pile-silete-kasese-se [yellow+shield+{abstraction}.] proper n. Turks & Caicos (TCA)

pile-sili [yellow+bird.] n. canary

Pile-sili-se [yellow+bird.] proper n. Kiribati (KIR)

Pile-sule-nanese-sili-se [yellow+Sun+meat+bird.] proper n. Kazakhstan (KAZ)

Pile-tale-luna-se [yellow+star+moon.] proper n. Mauritania (MRT)

Pile-tale-nila-sikulu-se [yellow+star+blue+circle.] proper n. Ethiopia (ETH)

Pile-tale-tupe-lepe-se [yellow+star+top+left.] proper n. Nambia (NAM)

Pile-tikile-tuna-se [yellow+tiger+{augmentative}.] proper n. Sri Lanka (LKA)

Pile-tuna-kulepu-kune-se [yellow+{augmentative}+body-of-water+{opposite}.] proper n. Christmas Islands (CXR)

Pile-tuna-pane-lete-se [yellow+{augmentative}+flag+{diminutive}.] proper n. Libya (LBY)

Pile-tuna-pile-nila-se [yellow+{augmentative}+yellow+blue.] proper n. Gabon (GAB)

Pile-tupe-palana-sikulu-se [yellow+top+plant+circle.] proper n. Eritrea (ERI)

pina [From Mandarin Chinese /pinmyan/ and Latin 'planus', extant in Romance (Spanish, Italian), English and Novial.] plane -- an unbounded two-dimensional shape

pina-kaputa-nine [plane+head+fish.] n. flathead (suborder Platycephaloidei)

pina-kunapale-pete [plane+multiplication+foot.] n. centipede (class Chilopoda)

pina-nase-nine [plane+nose+fish.] n. paddlefish (genus Polyodon)

pina-puna [plane+form+{noun-modifier}.] adj. flat

pina-puna-nine [plane+form+fish.] n. flounder, sole, etc. (Pleuronectiformes)

pina-sata [plane+animal.] n. flatworm (phylum Platyhelminthes)

pine [From Arabic /bin/, with initial /b-/ in English 'building'.] building, edifice -- structure with walls and a roof and stands more or less permanently in one place

pine-kalane [building+communication-unit.] n. signals for heating &c in a building

pine-kaletela [building+road.] n. street -- a thoroughfare in a town or city including sidewalks

pine-kanepuse-setina [building+field+wall.] n. fence -- a barrier that serves to enclose an area

pine-kasese [building+{abstraction}.] n. construction

pine-kene [building+hole.] n. room

pine-kesinu [building+science.] n. architecture

pine-kukitu-pe [building+knowledge+person.] n. guest -- visitor to whom hospitality is extended

pine-kune [building+{opposite}.] n. tent

pine-lete [building+{diminutive}.] n. outbuilding, shed, shack

pine-nalusu-kunane-sasala [building+outside+eating+event.] n. picnic

pine-nasini [building+vehicle.] n. crane

pine-nuni-pe [building+absence+person.] n. homeless person

pine-pina [building+plane.] n. floor -- a room or set of rooms comprising a single level in a multi-level building

pine-tuna [building+{augmentative}.] n. palace

pine-tuna [building+{augmentative}.] n. tower -- a structure taller than its diameter; can stand alone or attached to another building

Pine-tuna-pikuta-se [building+{augmentative}+picture.] proper n. Cambodia (KHM)

pine-tupe-kune [building+top+{opposite}.] n. floor

pine-tupe-kune-kunase [building+top+{opposite}+cloth.] n. carpet; rug -- a piece of cloth covering the floor of a building

pine-tupe-nalusu [building+top+outside.] n. roof

pine-tupe-nalusu-kune [building+top+outside+{opposite}.] n. ceiling

pinise [ending+{verb}.] v. complete -- bring to a finish or an end

pinise [ending+{verb}.] v. end

pinise [From Latin 'finis', "end", extant in English, Spanish, Italian, Esperanto, Novial, et al.] ending, conclusion, completion -- the last part of a process or object considered in its entirety

pinise-kalane [ending+communication-unit.] n. end of message

pinise-katate [ending+square.] n. corner -- the point where two lines meet or intersect

pinise-kune [ending+{opposite}.] n. start

pinise-kune [ending+{opposite}+{verb}.] v. begin

pinise-nasini [ending+vehicle.] n. caboose

pinise-nune-kakate [ending+negation+action.] n. an unfinished task or chore

pinise-nuni [ending+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. endless

pinise-sisi [ending+movement+{verb}.] v. stop

pinise-telule [ending+fear.] n. eschatophobia

pipi [Unknown origin.] rule, regulation -- a principle or condition that customarily governs behaviour

pipi-kalane [rule+communication-unit.] n. explicit directions

Pipi-kalape-kelepe-se [rule+change+play.] proper n. Calvinball

pipi-kutule-pupi [rule+control+people-group.] n. the Establishment; "society" -- the group of people who practice and enforce traditional rules and cultural norms

pipi-kutule-pupi-kune [rule+control+people-group+{opposite}.] n. counterculture -- any culture or group of people whose mores run against those of the Establishment

pipi-nuni [rule+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. anomie

pipi-silene [rule+{strong-object}.] n. requirement

pisuke [From Russian /visok/.] high object -- something relatively distant from the ground [scalar]

pisuke-kasese [{high-object}+{abstraction}.] n. height -- distance from ground or baseline to top [scalar

pisuke-kiki-kasese [{high-object}+measure+{abstraction}.] n. altitude/height

pisuke-kiki-sinata [{high-object}+measure+tool.] n. altimeter

pisuke-kune [{high-object}+{opposite}.] n. low object -- something relatively close to the ground [scalar

pisuke-kune [{high-object}+{opposite}+{verb}.] v. S is a short object of height O

pisuke-kune [{high-object}+{opposite}+{verb}.] v. S is a tall object of height O

pisuke-kune-sasale-kelupe [{high-object}+{opposite}+tree+group.] n. shrubbery -- a collection of shrubs growing together

pisuke-kupi-nine [{high-object}+copy+fish.] n. louvar (family Luvaridae)

pisuke-nasini [{high-object}+vehicle.] n. ski lift, gondola

pisuke-pata-sili [{high-object}+water+bird.] n. cormorant

pisuke-sili [{high-object}+bird.] n. crane (Gruidae)

pisuke-siluke-kune-sepete [{high-object}+{wide-object}+{opposite}+flower.] n. lily -- a tall, narrow flower of the family Liliaceae

pitakesulina [From the Kalisise alphabet /ptkslniaeu/.] alphabet -- a system of writing tending to represent individual sounds rather than representing individual syllables or individual meanings (e.g., hieroglyhs, Chinese characters)

pitakesulina-kala [alphabet+art.] n. calligraphy

pitakesulina-kalane [alphabet+communication-unit.] n. letter

pitakesulina-kalape [alphabet+change.] n. transliteration

pitakesulina-kalese [alphabet+class.] n. writing system, as in "Japanese has four writing systems"

pitakesulina-kali [alphabet+word.] n. initialism -- an abbreviation (such as CIA, MTV, LSD, DJ or CD) pronounced by sounding the name of each constituent letter

pitakesulina-kaluka [alphabet+peripheral.] n. bacdabcalc (c.f.)

pitakesulina-kani-kaki [alphabet+garment+performance.] n. a synchronized performance in which several people, each with one letter printed on the front or back of their clothes, come together in a certain order to spell a certain word or phrase visible from a distance

pitakesulina-kanuna [alphabet+law.] n. the legislature passed in Japan after WW2 designating the appearance and limiting the number and readings of kanji

pitakesulina-kapase [alphabet+jump.] n. a "shift" in cryptography

pitakesulina-kapina [alphabet+card.] n. one of the tall dividers in a card catalogue that has a letter marked on it to signify the beginning of the "A", section, the "B" sections, etc.

pitakesulina-kasese [alphabet+{abstraction}.] n. writing system

pitakesulina-kesinu [alphabet+science.] n. orthography

pitakesulina-kitapa [alphabet+book.] n. ABC book -- a book designed for teaching children the letters of the alphabet ("A is for apple...")

pitakesulina-ku [alphabet+violence.] n. the exchange among rival gangs of shouting sequences of letters for the purpose of taunting

pitakesulina-kukitu [alphabet+knowledge.] n. literacy

pitakesulina-kulisu-kale [alphabet+wheel+feces.] n. daisy wheel -- an object used in some older computer printers containing letters, numbers and punctuation raised like typewriter keys on a metal wheel and applied to paper when inked to print the text

pitakesulina-kune [alphabet+{opposite}.] n. mathematical notation

pitakesulina-kune [alphabet+{opposite}.] n. mystical symbols

pitakesulina-kune [alphabet+{opposite}.] n. pictographs

pitakesulina-kune [alphabet+{opposite}.] n. schematic diagram

pitakesulina-kupu [alphabet+edge.] n. serif -- one of the extra lines added to the ends of letters in certain font (such as Times New Roman)

pitakesulina-lete [alphabet+{diminutive}.] n. consonant-only alphabet -- an alphabet like that of ancient Hebrew that doesn't mark vowels at all or that, like Tolkien's Elvish scripts, marks vowels as supersigns over the consonants

pitakesulina-lete [alphabet+{diminutive}.] n. lower case -- the case usually used for writing letters that do not begin sentences, proper nouns or words in a title

pitakesulina-lipe [alphabet+freedom.] n. creative spelling

pitakesulina-napase [alphabet+competition.] n. spelling bee

pitakesulina-napisu-kune-line [alphabet+something-above+{opposite}+line.] n. underline

pitakesulina-nasi [alphabet+machine.] n. keyboard -- set of keys imitating a typeset

pitakesulina-nasini [alphabet+vehicle.] n. school bus

Pitakesulina-natinu-se [alphabet+nation.] proper n. Phoenicia

pitakesulina-neti [alphabet+mind.] n. the ability to readily recall the position of a letter in the alphabet or the placement of something by alphabetical order

pitakesulina-nuni [alphabet+absence.] n. preliteracy -- the fact (of a civilization) of having no written language

pitakesulina-nusika-kalane [alphabet+music+communication-unit.] n. alphabet song

pitakesulina-palate [alphabet+part.] n. letter -- a written symbol representing a speech sound and being part of an alphabet

pitakesulina-palate-napisu [alphabet+part+something-above.] n. diacritical mark -- a tilde, umlaut or other mark added to a letter to denote a certin phonetic value

pitakesulina-pata-kita [alphabet+water+food.] n. alphabet soup

pitakesulina-pata-sane [alphabet+water+bread.] n. alphabet pasta -- pasta in the form of letters

pitakesulina-pe [alphabet+person.] n. abecedarian

pitakesulina-pepe-kalene [alphabet+creation+agent.] n. lettering

pitakesulina-pikuta-seta [alphabet+picture+set.] n. font -- a specific size and style of type within a type family

pitakesulina-pitakesulina-kune [alphabet+alphabet+{opposite}.] n. writing system

pitakesulina-pitina [alphabet+mark.] n. stroke -- a single one of the movements of a writing implement used to draw a character

pitakesulina-puna [alphabet+form.] n. font

pitakesulina-pusi [alphabet+use.] n. spelling -- the ordering of letters to form words

pitakesulina-sane [alphabet+bread.] n. pieces of bread and pastry in the form of Hebrew letters traditionally eaten by a Jewish student who has learned a letter

Pitakesulina-sasu-kalane-se [alphabet+risk+communication-unit.] proper n. S.O.S.

pitakesulina-seli [alphabet+series.] n. alphabetical order -- arranged in order correlating to the order of the letters of the alphabet

pitakesulina-senuse [alphabet+sense+{verb}.] v. read

pitakesulina-seta [alphabet+set.] n. a set of ASCII characters

pitakesulina-sike [alphabet+search.] n. the act of looking through an alphabetized reference in an attempt to find the part in which the entry being looked up can be located

pitakesulina-supaka-kesinu [alphabet+opening+science.] n. the programming of computers to be able to recognize printed and written letters regardless in font by the holes, serifs, placement of right, left, top and bottom opennesses, etc.

pitakesulina-tapula [alphabet+board.] n. hornbook (I thought about making this "Ouija board", but then decided to call that a "menttabul".)

pitakesulina-tuna [alphabet+{augmentative}.] n. syllabary

pitakesulina-tuna [alphabet+{augmentative}.] n. upper case -- the case usually used for writing letters at the beginning of sentences, proper nouns or words in a title

pitakesulina-tuna-kasese [alphabet+{augmentative}+{abstraction}.] n. case -- whether a letter is capital or lower-case

pitakesulina-tunu [alphabet+atom.] n. one of those tiny pixels in light-up signs that when lit up with adjacent bactom in a certain pattern form a letter

pitakesulina-tupa-kaluka [alphabet+pressing+peripheral.] n. keyboard -- a typewriter-like component or peripheral to a computer

pitakesulina-tupa-sinata [alphabet+pressing+tool.] n. letter puncher -- a device used to emboss letters on tape

pitakesulina-tupa-sinata [alphabet+pressing+tool.] n. typewriter

pitakesulina-tupuse [alphabet+tube.] n. a tube used to make neon lettering

pitakesulina-tusekale [alphabet+{difficult-task}.] n. dyslexia

pitaku [From Hindi /pritaku/.] separation -- the condition of being spaced apart

Pitaku-kalane-se [separation+communication-unit.] proper n. Dear John letter

pitaku-kune [separation+{opposite}.] n. combination

pitaku-kune-palate [separation+{opposite}+part.] n. radical

pitaku-kune-palate-tanane [separation+{opposite}+part+worthiness.] n. chemical valency

pitaku-nana [separation+electricity.] n. static

pitaku-neti-nune-sapili [separation+mind+negation+ability.] n. addiction

pitaku-pitakesulina-puna [separation+alphabet+form.] n. manuscript -- non-cursive writing

pitaku-salana [separation+direction+{adv.}.] adv. away, aside -- in a different direction

pitaku-sunu [separation+sound.] n. the sound of two objects coming apart

pitina [From Russian /pyitna/.] mark -- visible indication made on a surface

pitina-kalane [mark+communication-unit.] n. ogham

pitina-kaletela [mark+road.] n. lane -- a delineated part of a street to accommodate a single line of vehicles

pitina-kali-sise [mark+word+system.] n. markup language -- a language or structure such as HTML or XML used for encoding data with information about itself, typically in a plain text format

pitina-kesinu [mark+science.] n. graphology

pitina-nuni [mark+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. immaculate

pu [From Chinese /po/.] diagonal, incline -- something arranged obliquely or slanted

pukuse [From Latin 'focus', "hearth, fire", extant in Romance (Spanish 'fuego', Italian 'fuoco', Portuguese 'fogo', Catalan & Romanian 'foc' and French 'feu') and English (in 'focus', 'fuel' and 'foyer'), strengthened by /f-/ starting German, English, Esperanto and Novial forms. Source: Raymond Brown.] fire -- process of combustion

pukuse-kalane [fire+communication-unit.] n. fire alarm

pukuse-kesinu [fire+science.] n. pyrotechnics

pukuse-kita [fire+food.] n. fuel -- a substance that can be burned to provide heat or power

pukuse-kuse [fire+food-preparation.] n. cooking, cookery, preparation -- the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat

pukuse-lepeti [fire+reptile.] n. salamander (a mythical animal having the power to endure fire without harm)

pukuse-liku [fire+liquid.] n. magma

pukuse-lupete [fire+air.] n. smoke -- cloud of fine particles suspended in a gas

pukuse-nasini [fire+vehicle.] n. fire engine

pukuse-nati [fire+matter.] n. smoke

pukuse-nunete [fire+mountain.] n. volcano -- a mountain associated with eruptions of lava and ash

pukuse-nunete [fire+mountain.] n. volcano

pukuse-nunete-kene [fire+mountain+hole.] n. fumarole

pukuse-nunete-pulefe [fire+mountain+dust.] n. volcanic ash -- a powdery substance expelled from volcanic eruptions

pukuse-nuni-nine-nanese [fire+absence+fish+meat.] n. sushi

Pukuse-pata-se [fire+water.] proper n. This reminds me of a set of false cognates in Algonkian. Many of

pukuse-sili [fire+bird.] n. phoenix

pukuse-sutale [fire+thread.] n. flame

pukuse-tale [fire+star.] n. nova (c.f. bombsol)

pukuse-tata [fire+amphibian.] n. fire-bellied toad (Bombina)

pukuse-tile-tasale [fire+body-part+remainder.] n. ashes; cremains

pukuse-tupuse [fire+tube.] n. chimney -- a vertical flue that provides a path through which smoke from a fire is carried away through the wall or roof of a building

pukuse-tupuse-lapati-nike [chimney+washing/cleaning+professional.] n. chimneysweeper, chimneysweep, sweep -- someone who cleans soot from chimneys

pulape [From Hindi /purab/.] east -- the direction of sunrise

pulape-kesinu [east+science.] n. orienteering

pulape-kiki-kasese [east+measure+{abstraction}.] n. longitude

pulape-kune [east+{opposite}.] n. west -- cardinal compass point at 270 degrees

pulape-kune [east+{opposite}.] n. west

pulape-kune [east+{opposite}+{noun-modifier}.] adj. west -- in a westerly direction [aj

Pulape-kune-nale-kune-se [east+{opposite}+ocean+{opposite}.] proper n. Americas

pulape-liku [east+liquid.] n. tea -- beverage made by steeping leaves of certain Asian plants in water

Pulape-liku-natinu-se [east+liquid+nation.] proper n. Britain

Pulape-liku-natinu-se [east+liquid+nation.] proper n. China

Pulape-liku-natinu-se [east+liquid+nation.] proper n. India

Pulape-nanese-se [east+meat.] proper n. Philly Cheesesteak sandwich -- a sandwich consisting of a submarine roll with thinly sliced beef ribeye, white onions, sweet bell peppers, American cheese, salt, pepper and melted butter

pulape-nunete-tuna-sise [east+mountain+{augmentative}+system.] n. the Himalayas

pulase [From Russian /volas/.] hair -- any of the cylindrical keratinized and often pigmented filaments characteristically growing from the epidermis of a mammal and covering the body or parts of it

pulase-kasese [hair+{abstraction}.] n. cilia - hairlike appendages found on species of single-celled organisms, as well as on eukaryotic cells that permit movement, or filtering of substances.

pulase-katuse-tuna [hair+cat+{augmentative}.] n. lion (Leo pantera)

pulase-katuse-tuna-nine [hair+cat+{augmentative}+fish.] n. lionfish (Scorpaena grandicornis)

pulase-kukitu [hair+knowledge.] n. beautician's school would teach this

pulase-nasiku [hair+insect.] n. louse (superorder Phthiraptera)

pulase-nuni [hair+absence.] n. alopecia

pulase-pata-sane [hair+water+bread.] n. angel hair

pulase-piku-nusike [hair+buttock+rodent.] n. springhare (Pedetes capensis)

pulase-pusiti [hair+position.] n. hairstyle -- one method (Afro, buzz-cut, etc.) of cutting, dyeng, keeping in place, twisting and gelling one's hair

pulase-silu-pete [hair+zero+foot.] n. polychaete -- one of a class of annelid worms with sensitive hairs along the sides of their bodies

pulase-sunane [hair+human.] n. ape (c.f. volshumanmam)

pulase-sunane-nane [hair+human+mammal.] n. ape (traditionally Pongidae, sometimes now included in Hominidae)

pulase-tile [hair+body-part.] n. follicle

pulase-tuna-pakale [hair+{augmentative}+bovine.] n. buffalo

pulase-tupe-palana [hair+top+plant.] n. thistle -- any of various unrelated plant species with fuzz at the top

pule [From Russian & Hindi /bur/, with initial /b-/ in English, German, Dutch, Esperanto and Novial forms.] brown -- an orange color of low brightness and saturation

pulefe [From Spanish /polv/, with cognates in Russian /pil/ and Latin 'pulvis' (extant in Italian, Esperanto, Novial, English 'pulverize').] dust -- fine powdery material such as dry earth or pollen that can be blown into the air

pulefe-kesinu [dust+science.] n. sedimentology

pulefe-nasiku [dust+insect.] n. mealybug (family Pseudococcidae)

pulefe-nasini [dust+vehicle.] n. dune buggy

pulefe-pesipitasi [dust+precipitation.] n. snow -- precipitation of tiny flakes of ice

pulefe-pesipitasi-pete-sasute [dust+precipitation+foot+container.] n. snowshoe

pulefe-pitina [dust+mark+{noun-modifier}.] adj. spotted; having dustlike marks

Pulefe-pitina-sili-se [dust+mark+bird.] proper n. European starling

pulefe-sikelu [dust+glass.] n. glass, tinted glass -- a window pane which has bubbles in it, giving it a frosty, opaque look

pulefe-tatu-nikule [dust+arachnid+tiny-item.] n. dust mite

pulefe-telule [dust+fear.] n. amathophobia

pule-lete [brown+{diminutive}.] n. light brown

pule-lete [brown+{diminutive}.] n. tan -- light brown

pule-lune-tile [brown+red+body-part.] n. liver -- large reddish-brown glandular organ located in the upper right portion of the abdominal cavity; secretes bile and functions in metabolism

pule-nelu-kune [brown+black+{opposite}.] n. beige -- a dull, off-white color with a shade of brown

Pule-nelu-kune-pule-se [brown+black+{opposite}+brown.] proper n. Latvia (LVA)

pule-nusike [brown+rodent.] n. brown rat (Rattus norvegicus)

pule-pulase [brown+hair+{verb}.] v. S is a brown-haired person

pule-pulase-pe [brown+hair+person.] n. brown-haired person

pule-pulase-sesete [brown+hair+{feminine}.] n. brunette

pule-sata [brown+animal.] n. bear -- massive plantigrade carnivorous or omnivorous mammals of the family Ursidae with long shaggy coats and strong claws

Pule-silete-kasese-se [brown+shield+{abstraction}.] proper n. Lesotho (LSO)

pule-sili [brown+bird.] n. wren (Troglodytidae)

pule-tatu [brown+arachnid.] n. brown recluse spider (Loxosceles reclusa)

pule-tuna [brown+{augmentative}.] n. dark brown

pulitiku [From Greek 'politikos', extant in Romance (Latin, Spanish, Italian, French), Germanic (English, German, Dutch) and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial, et al).] politics -- social relations involving strife, pettiness, image, authority and power

pulitiku-kalane [politics+communication-unit.] n. spin, political speech

pulitiku-kesinu [politics+science.] n. political+science

pulitiku-lepeta [politics+repetition.] n. reelection -- election again

pulitiku-nasini [politics+vehicle.] n. bandwagon

pulitiku-sanate [politics+freeze.] n. recount -- an additional (usually a second) count; especially of the votes in a close election

pulitiku-sasala [politics+event.] n. convention -- a large formal assembly sponsored by a political party for political purposes, such as nominating candidates or choosing a platform

pulitiku-telule [politics+fear.] n. politicophobia

puluni [From Russian /poln/ with initial /p-/ in Hindi /purn/.] full container -- containing as much or as many as is possible or normal

puluni-seti [full-container+emotion.] n. satisfaction

puluni-seti [full-container+emotion+{noun-modifier}.] adj. satisfied

puluni-seti [full-container+emotion+{verb}.] v. to be satisfied in

puluni-seti-kasu [full-container+emotion+cause+{noun-modifier}.] adj. satisfying

puluni-seti-kasu [full-container+emotion+cause+{verb}.] v. to satisfy

puna [From Latin 'forma', extant in Russian, Germanic (English, German, Dutch, et al), Romance (Spanish, Italian, et al) and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial, et al).] form, shape -- the characteristic two-dimensional surface configuration of a thing; an outline or a contour

puna-kalane [form+communication-unit.] n. paper form

puna-kelupe [form+group.] n. pile, heap -- a collection of objects laid on top of each other

puna-lalu [form+iron.] n. casting, cast -- object formed by a mold

puna-netu [form+middle.] n. center (two-dimensional)

pupa [From Italian 'bomba', extant in Russian, Hindi, Spanish, French, Germanic (English, German, Dutch, et al) and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial, et al).] bomb -- an explosive device fused to ignite under specific conditions

pupa-kasese [bomb+{abstraction}.] n. an explosive

pupa-kesinu [bomb+science.] n. defusing science -- science of defusing bombs

pupa-kune [bomb+{opposite}.] n. a bombshelter

pupa-lete [bomb+{diminutive}.] n. stink bomb, smoke bomb -- a small bomb that emits an odor or smoke

pupa-nanese [bomb+meat.] n. collateral damage -- civilians killed by a military or terrorist action

pupa-nasiku [bomb+insect.] n. bombardier beetle (Brachinus)

pupa-nasini [bomb+vehicle.] n. minesweeper

pupa-pine [bomb+building.] n. bomb shelter, air-raid shelter, bombproof -- a shelter (often underground) reinforced against bombing; used during air raids

pupa-sanate [bomb+freeze.] n. blizzard, snowstorm -- a storm with widespread snowfall accompanied by strong winds

pupa-sepete [bomb+flower.] n. bombflower -- a plant in the game Legend of Zelda (Ocarina of Time, trademark of Nintendo, which produces bombs)

pupa-seti [bomb+emotion+{noun-modifier}.] adj. quick-tempered -- easily triggered to violent emotional reactions.

pupa-sule [bomb+Sun.] n. nova

pupa-tuna [bomb+{augmentative}.] n. atom bomb -- a bomb deriving its inhuman explosive power from the release of nuclear energy

pupi [Truncation of 'pupilike'.] people group, public -- a body of people sharing some common interest

Pupi-kalase-tesu-sise-se [people-group+cross+god+system.] proper n. Congregationalism -- system of beliefs and church government of a Protestant denomination in which each member church is self-governing

pupi-kane-sapili [people-group+sight+ability+{noun-modifier}.] adj. public, in public

pupi-kapina [people-group+card.] n. membership card

pupilike [From Latin 'publicus', extant in Romance (Spanish, Italian, French, et al), borrowed in to Russian, Germanic (English, Dutch) and auxilaries (Esperanto, Novial, et al.)] public good, common good -- the good of a community

pupilike-kakate [public good+action.] n. deed, good deed, feat -- a praiseworthy achievement in the interests of the common good

pupilike-kune-nete [public-good+{opposite}+net.] n. intranet -- a network that is private or exclusive

pupilike-nasini [public-good+vehicle.] n. mass transit

pupilike-sasane [public-good+government.] n. republic

pupi-nasini [people-group+vehicle.] n. bus

pupi-nesete [people-group+place.] n. city, metropolis, urban center -- a large and densely populated urban area; may include several independent administrative districts

pupi-nesete-lete [people-group+site+{diminutive}.] n. village -- a small community of people

Pupi-nesete-nale-kune-se [people-group+site+ocean+{opposite}.] proper n. Europe

pupi-nesete-sili [people-group+site+bird.] n. pigeon

pupi-nupile [people-group+furniture.] n. park bench

pupi-sata [people-group+animal.] n. mascot

pu-pitakesulina-puna [diagonal+alphabet+form.] n. italics

pupi-telule [people-group+fear.] n. sociophobia

pupu [Unknown origin.] file -- the basic unit of a computer's nonmemory storage system

pupu-sasute [file+container.] n. folder -- storage compartment for files

pupu-seli-kalane [file+series+communication-unit.] n. directory -- listing of files stored in memory

pusata [From Vulgar Latin *posta, "station", extant in Russian, English, German, Dutch, Esperanto, Novial, et al.] mail -- the system whereby messages are transmitted via the post office

pusata-kakate [mail+action+{verb}.] v. to mail -- to send via the postal service

pusata-kakute [mail+{sharp-object}.] n. letter opener -- any device whose primary purpose is opening mail

pusata-kala [mail+art.] n. decorative or commemorative stamps -- artistic postage stamps

pusata-kalane [mail+communication-unit.] n. letter, missive -- a written message addressed to a person or organization

pusata-kalane-lete [mail+communication-unit+{diminutive}.] n. note -- a short written message addressed to a person or organization

pusata-kalane-tuna [mail+communication-unit+{augmentative}.] n. epistle -- a letter, especially a long, formal letter

pusata-kalese [mail+class.] n. class -- a type of mail depending on what is being sent, what it weighs and how it is packaged

pusata-kaletela [mail+road.] n. postal route -- a path assigned to a letter carrier for daily delivery and pickup of mail

pusata-kaluka [mail+peripheral.] n. envelope tray -- an envelope-processing attachment on a personal-computer printer

pusata-kalute [mail+dog.] n. a dog that attacks letter carriers

pusata-kaneke [mail+shell.] n. envelope, packaging -- an envelope or box used to contain goods that are being mailed

pusata-kanela [mail+room.] n. mail room -- a room in an office or other workplace where mail is received, sorted and distributed

pusata-kanete [mail+fastener.] n. envelope flap -- the flap of an envelope, typically containing an adhesive which will securely close the envelope when moistened

pusata-kanuna [mail+law.] n. postal regulations -- the rules and regulations issued by a post office agency of a country to govern how mail is distributed

pusata-kapina [mail+card.] n. postcard -- a simple stamped card mailable at a cheaper price than a letter

pusata-kapina [mail+card.] n. postcard, postal card, mailing-card -- a card for sending messages by post without an envelope

pusata-kapita [mail+leader.] n. postmaster -- the person in charge of a post office

Pusata-kapita-tuna-se [mail+leader+{augmentative}.] proper n. Postmaster General -- the leader of the United States Post Office

pusata-kelepe [mail+play.] n. post office -- a children's game in which kisses are exchanged for pretended letters

pusata-kelupe [mail+group.] n. mail -- any particular collection of letters or packages that is delivered

pusata-kene [mail+hole.] n. mail box -- one cubbyhole in a shelf of such holes containing the mail sorted for individuals (typically occupants living in or employees working in the building)

pusata-kesu-nike [mail+running-movement+worker.] n. courier -- a messenger who carries mail back and forth (typically mail that is sent privately, not using a country's postal service)

pusata-kiki [mail+measure.] n. weighing for postage -- determining the weight of a letter or package in order to levy the appropriate fee for mailing it

pusata-kiki [mail+measure+{verb}.] v. to weigh for postage -- to determine the weight of a letter or package in order to determine the appropriate fee for mailing it

pusata-kunune [mail+communication.] n. correspondence -- communication by the exchange of letters

pusata-kunune-nanu [mail+communication+paper.] n. correspondence -- letters written or received

pusata-kupe [mail+cover.] n. the door to a mailbox

pusata-kupute [mail+computer.] n. e-mail appliance -- a computer appliance designed solely for composing and reading e-mail, such as the CIDCO MailStation, typically with a full-sized keyboard and a small LED or LCD screen

pusata-lele [mail+{masculine}.] n. mailman -- a male letter carrier (c.f. postnicmas)

pusata-lete [mail+{diminutive}.] n. flyer -- a brochure or pamphlet sent without an envelope, being folded once or twice and addressed, and typically fastened shut with a staple or sticker

pusata-lipe-kune-kalene [mail+freedom+{opposite}+agent.] n. censor -- a person who is authorized to read correspondence and suppress in whole or in part anything considered obscene or politically unacceptable

pusata-luku-kalane [mail+location+communication-unit.] n. mailing address -- the postal-service address through which a person or organization can be communicated with

pusata-nala [mail+disparagement.] n. junk mail --

pusata-nasala [mail+source.] n. return address

pusata-nasala-kalene [mail+source+agent.] n. return address

pusata-nasini [mail+vehicle.] n. mail truck -- a conveyance that transports mail

pusata-nasini [mail+vehicle.] n. postal vehicle

pusata-nati [mail+matter.] n. mail -- letters and packages transmitted by the post office

pusata-nesete [mail+site.] n. the post-office building as well as the lot it is located on

pusata-nike [mail+worker.] n. letter carrier -- an employee of the postal service agency who delivers and picks up mail along a postal route

pusata-nike-lele [mail+worker+{masculine}.] n. mailman -- a male letter carrier.

pusata-nike-sesete [mail+worker+{feminine}.] n. mail lady -- a female letter carrier.

pusata-nunene-lete [mail+name+{diminutive}.] n. postal abbreviation -- an accepted abbreviation for street names, state names, regions, countries, etc.

pusata-nunesu [mail+number.] n. postal code, ZIP code -- a numeric code or alphanumeric code representing zones within the country, designed to facilitate mechanical processing of mail

pusata-nutipe [mail+target.] n. destination

pusata-nutipe-pe [mail+target+person.] n. recipient -- the person or organization for whom a mailed message is intended

pusata-palasa [mail+stripe.] n. a stripe-like label pasted or attached to envelopes and parcels bearing a message, such as "fragile", "private" or "priority"

pusata-pale [mail+blade.] n. letter opener, paperknife -- a dull knife used to cut open the envelopes in which letters are mailed

pusata-pane [mail+flag.] n. the red flag on a mailbox, which is pivoted into an upright position when the owner wants to signal that the mail box contains letters for the mail deliverer to pick up

pusata-pasala [mail+market.] n. a place where goods related to postal delivery are bought/sold/traded

pusata-pine [mail+building.] n. post office, local post office -- a local branch of the post office

pusata-pitina [mail+mark.] n. postmark -- a cancellation mark stamped on mail by postal officials, typically indicates the date of mailing and the processingpost office

pusata-pupa [mail+bomb.] n. letter bomb -- an explosive mailed to a designated victim

pusata-pupi [mail+people-group.] n. post-office employees --

pusata-pupu [mail+file.] n. mailbox file -- the computer file storing the contents of a person's e-mail system

pusata-putuse [mail+future.] n. the state of being in the mail

pusata-sake [mail+sack.] n. mail, mail sack -- the bags of letters and packages that are transported by the postal service

pusata-sani [mail+{long-event}.] n. the time it takes from when mail was given to the post office system to when it was received

pusata-sapalane [mail+provision.] n. mail-order supplies --

pusata-sapili [mail+ability.] n. state of being ready to be mailed

pusata-sapili [mail+ability+{noun-modifier}.] adj. mailable -- ready to be mailed

Pusata-sasane-se [mail+government.] proper n. Post Office -- the government department responsible for mail delivery (and, in some countries, telecommunications)

pusata-sasape [mail+companion.] n. penpal --

pusata-sasute [mail+container.] n. 1. mailbox -- a private box for the delivery of mail 2. mailbox -- a public box for the depost of mail

pusata-satasi [mail+item.] n. mail -- a single letter or package sent by or received from the post office

pusata-sesete [mail+{feminine}.] n. mail lady -- a female letter carrier (c.f. postnicses).

pusata-sikala [mail+frame.] n. a frame or support containing many mail boxes, as for post office boxes or the collection of mail boxes in the entry way of an apartment

pusata-sili [mail+bird.] n. carrier pigeon -- a homing pigeon, especially one trained to carry messages

Pusata-sisana-se [mail+horse.] proper n. Pony Express

pusata-sise [mail+system.] n. mail, post, postal service -- the system whereby messages are transmitted via the post office

pusata-sunu [mail+sound.] n. dictation --

pusata-supaka [mail+opening.] n. mail slot -- a slot in a doorway through which a letter carrier can pass mail into a room or building

pusata-tenali [mail+money.] n. postage, postage stamp, stamp -- a paper token affixed to an envelope or package indicating that a postal fee has been paid

pusata-teneta [mail+debt.] n. money order, postal order -- a written order for the payment of a sum to a named individual; obtainable and payable at a post office

Pusata-tesu-se [mail+god.] proper n. Mercury (Roman), Hermes (Greek), Iris (Greek) -- the messenger god of a religion

pusata-tine [mail+day.] n. postmark date -- the date a letter or package was processed for shipment by a postal service; typically recorded as part of the postmark over the stamp

pusata-tupa [mail+pressing.] n. stamp application -- licking or moistening stamps and applying them to the surface of an envelope or package

pusata-tupa [mail+pressing+{verb}.] v. to stamp -- to lick or moisten stamps and apply them to the surface of an envelop or package

pusata-tutu-tatu [mail+World-Wide-Web+arachnid.] n. web e-mail spider -- a software program that crawls the web collecting e-mail addresses to be used in spam campaigns

puse [From Persian /pors/, "ask", similar to Russian /vapros/, "question" with initial /pr-/ in Hindi /prashn/, Spanish 'pregunta' and English 'probe'.] question, query -- an instance of interrogation

puse [question+{noun-modifier}.] adj. interrogative

puse-kali [question+word.] n. question words -- Dublex interrogative compounds

puse-kanela [question+room.] n. courtroom

puse-kasese [question+{abstraction}.] n. which (pronoun)

puse-kasese [question+{abstraction}+{noun-modifier}.] adj. which (noun modifier)

puse-kasese [question+{abstraction}+{preposition}+{opposite}.] cl. modif. how (as in how, the whole thing described by the clause happen)

puse-kasese [question+{abstraction}+{verb-modifier}.] adv. how (as in how to see)

puse-kasese-kune [question+{abstraction}+{verb-modifier}+{opposite}.] n. how (as in how many)

puse-kasese-luku [question+{abstraction}+location.] n. where

puse-kasese-pe [question+{abstraction}+person.] n. who

puse-kasese-salana [question+{abstraction}+direction.] n. which way

puse-kipu [question+curve.] n. red herring -- diversionary questions intended to distract attention from the main issue

pusene [From Russian /pozn/.] something late/tardy - something not adhering to a correct, usual or expected time

pusene-kapina [something-tardy+card.] n. tardy slip -- those things teachers have you fill out when you're late to class

pusene-lene [something late/tardy+learning.] n. dunce, dunderhead, numskull, blockhead, bonehead, lunkhead, hammerhead, knucklehead, loggerhead, muttonhead -- someone presumed to not be very intelligent

pusene-nane [something-tardy+mammal.] n. sloth

pusene-paneka [something late/tardy+reserve.] n. backup reservation, reservation -- a seat or place saved for someone that's late

puse-nupeti [question+marriage.] n. trial marriage

puse-pe [question+person.] n. a person who asks questions

puse-tasale [question+remainder.] n. the unanswered part of a question

pusi [Blend of Hindi /upiog/ (with initial /p-/ in Russian /primin/) and Vulgar Latin /usare/, extant in English, Spanish, French, et al.] use, usage -- the application or employment of something for a purpose ("skilled in the use of a spear")

pusiti [From Latin 'positio', extant in Romance (Spanish, Italian), English, auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial).] position -- the way in which something is placed; when used of a human or animal body, refers to posture and arrangement of body parts (sitting, standing, lying down)

pusiti [position+{verb}.] v. position -- positioner S positions positionee O in position X

pusiti-kelupe-nala [position+group+disparagement+{noun-modifier}.] adj. disordered -- all jumbled up

putuse [From Russian /budush/, with initial /b-/ in Hindi /bavish/.] future -- the time yet to come

putuse-kalane [future+communication-unit.] n. time capsule

putuse-kapase [future+jump.] n. making a foolish decision or judgement without considering the facts or consequences

putuse-kapina-kisa [future+card+story.] n. the complete predicted story of one's future life based on a Tarot card reading

Putuse-kapina-se [future+card.] proper n. Tarot card -- one of a set of cards read by a fortune-teller to predict someone's future

putuse-kasese [future+{abstraction}.] n. an expected positive condition in terms of growth, advancement or development ("he has a future with us")

putuse-kasese [future+{abstraction}.] n. future generations

putuse-kesinu [future+science.] n. futurology

putuse-kulepe [future+oscillation.] n. indecision, indecisiveness, irresolution -- doubt about future alternatives or courses of action

putuse-kune [future+{opposite}.] n. past -- time that has elapsed

putuse-lete [future+{diminutive}.] n. a while later

putuse-lete [future+{diminutive}.] n. near future -- involving a short period of time after the present moment

putuse-lete [future+{diminutive}+{noun-modifier}.] adj. near term, short range/adj.

putuse-lete-kune [future+{diminutive}+{verb-modifier}+{opposite}.] n. soon/adv. (in the near future)

putuse-nuni [future+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. having no future, like bums or slackers

putuse-sasute [future+container.] n. time capsule -- container for preserving historical records to be discovered at some future time

putuse-sukala [future+thanks+{verb}.] v. TIA -- Internet abbreviation for "Thanks In Advance"

putuse-tine [future+day.] n. tomorrow -- the next day, the day after, following today [av

putuse-tuna [future+{augmentative}.] n. far future -- involving a period of time long after the present moment

putuse-tuna [future+{augmentative}.] n. long-term future

sa [{difference}+{noun-modifier}.] adj. different

sa [From Chinese /sha/.] difference, different object -- something dissimilar from something else [scalar]

sakala [Blend of Arabic /shakl/ and Hindi /akar/.] form, shape -- the characteristic three-dimensional configuration or abstraction of a thing [contrast with "form", the two-dimensional shape]

Sakala-kali-sise-se [form+word+system+{verb}.] proper n. XML, Extended Markup Language -- a language for storing uniquely structured information in an international standard format

sakala-netu [form+middle.] n. center (three-dimensional)

sakala-nuni [form+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. amorphous

sa-kasese [{difference}+{abstraction}.] n. difference, differentness -- the degree of being unlike or dissimilar [scalar

sake [From Greek 'sakkos' (from Phoenician), extant in Russian, Germanic (German, English, Dutch, et al), Latin, Greek, Welsh, Polish, Albanian, et al, and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial, et al).] sack -- a large bag (typically of strong, coarse material) for holding objects in bulk

sake-sunu-sinata [sack+sound+tool.] n. bagpipe

sake-tile [sack+body-part.] n. sac

sa-kune [{difference}+{opposite}.] n. similarity, similar object -- something similar to something else [scalar

sa-kune [{difference}+{opposite}+{noun-modifier}.] adj. same

salana [From Russian /starana/.] direction -- orientation, a line leading to a place or point

salana-kalane [direction+communication-unit.] n. directions

salana-kesinu [direction+science.] n. navigation

salana-kiki-kasese [direction+measure+{abstraction}.] n. compass bearing

salana-kiki-sinata [direction+measure+tool.] n. sextant

salana-nuni [direction+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. directionless

salane [From Hindi /saran/.] decay, rotten object -- something with has undergone decomposition of organic matter caused by bacterial or fungal action [scalar]

salane-kalane [{decay}+communication-unit.] n. alpha particle track

salane-kasese [{decay}+{abstraction}.] n. rottenness, decay -- the degree of decomposition of organic matter as caused by bacterial or fungal action [scalar

salane-kesinu [{decay}+science.] n. paleontology

salane-kune [{decay}+{opposite}.] n. fresh object -- something yet to under any degree of the organic decomposition as caused by bacterial or fungal action [scalar

salane-nasiku [{decay}+insect.] n. fly (Diptera)

salane-nasiku-lete [{decay}+insect+{diminutive}.] n. mosquito (family Culicidae)

salane-nasiku-natu-kune [{decay}+insect+adult+{opposite}.] n. maggot -- the larva of a fly

salane-nasiku-nikule [{decay}+insect+tiny-item.] n. gnat

salane-nulute [decay+hammer.] n. bane, curse, scourge, nemesis -- something causes misery or death

salape [From Arabic /salaf/, "old".] old object -- something that has existed for a relatively long time [scalar]

salape-kalane [{old-object}+communication-unit.] n. saying, expression -- a word or phrase that particular people use in particular situations

salape-kali-seta [{old-object}+word+set.] n. line -- a stereotypically uttered sentence

salape-kasese [{old-object}+{abstraction}.] n. age -- how long something has existed

salape-kasese [{old-object}+{abstraction}.] n. age -- the length of time that something has existed, the length of time since a person's birth [scalar = old to young

salape-kesinu [{old-object}+science.] n. archeology

salape-kiki [{old-object}+measure.] n. year

salape-kiki-kasese [{old-object}+measure+{abstraction}.] n. age

salape-kune [{old-object}+{opposite}.] n. young object -- something that has existed for a relatively short time [scalar

salape-kune-kalane-tuna [{old-object}+{opposite}+communication-unit+{augmentative}.] n. announcement, proclamation -- a formal public statement

Salape-kune-tesu-kitapa-se [{old-object}+{opposite}+god+book.] proper n. New Testament -- the collection of books of the Gospels, Acts of the Apostles, Pauline and other Epistles, and Revelation; composed soon after Christ's death; the second half of the Christian Bible

salape-lanase-kiki [{old-object}+{long-object}+measure.] n. foot

salape-lepeti-nike [{old-object}+reptile+worker.] n. dinosaur paleontologist -- a specialist in paleontology the branch of archeology that studies fossil organisms and related remains who focuses on dinosaurs

salape-nale-kulupe-kiki [{old-object}+ocean+{deep-object}+measure.] n. fathom

salape-nati-kiki [{old-object}+matter+measure.] n. pound

Salape-nu-tesu-sise-se [{old-object}+one+god+system.] proper n. Judaism

Salape-sine-se [{old-object}+scale.] proper n. US & UK measurement system

salape-tele-kiki [{old-object}+{far-object}+measure.] n. mile

salape-tene-kiki [{old-object}+{hot-object}+measure.] n. degree Fahrenheit

Salape-tesu-kitapa-se [{old-object}+god+book.] proper n. Old Testament -- the collection of books comprising the sacred Scripture of the Hebrews and recording their history as the chosen people; the first half of the Christian Bible

salape-tule-kiki [{old-object}+{heavy-object}+measure.] n. pound

salape-tule-kiki-lete [{old-object}+{heavy-object}+measure+{diminutive}.] n. ounce

salape-tule-kiki-tuna [{old-object}+{heavy-object}+measure+{augmentative}.] n. ton

salape-tuna-sine [{old-object}+{augmentative}+scale.] n. ancient scale (archaic UK scale)

salape-tuna-tele-kiki [{old-object}+{augmentative}+{far-object}+measure.] n. league

salata [Shift in meaning from Romance /salada/, "salad, dish of vegetables", as this is much more international than any root for vegetable, being extant in Chinese, Arabic, Russian, Hindi, English, Spanish, German, Dutch, Italian, French, Novial and Esperanto.] vegetable -- edible seeds or roots or stems or leaves or bulbs or tubers of any of numerous herbaceous plant, or any plant cultivated for such edible parts

salata-kelupe [vegetable+group.] n. salad -- food mixtures either arranged on a plate or tossed and served with a moist dressing; usually consisting of or including greens

salata-pepale [vegetable+readiness+{noun-modifier}.] n. ripe, mature -- fully developed or matured and ready to be eaten or used

salata-tene [vegetable+{hot-object}.] n. pepper (genus Capsicum)

sale [From Indo-European *sal-, extant in Russian, Romance (Latin, Spanish, Italian), Germanic (English, German, Dutch) and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial). ] salt -- a compound formed by replacing hydrogen in an acid by a metal

sale-kita [salt+food.] n. junk food -- food that tastes good but is high in calories having little nutritional value, especially salty snacks such as potato chips, french fries and pretzels

sale-kita [salt+food.] n. seasoning -- a substance added to a recipe to give a certain overtone of flavor

sale-kusulu [salt+alcohol.] n. tequila -- Mexican liquor made from fermented juices of an Agave plant

sale-liku [salt+liquid.] n. saline

sale-liku-palate-lete [salt+liquid+part+{diminutive}.] n. tear

sale-nuni [salt+absence.] n. flavorlessness

sale-sane [salt+bread.] n. rye bread -- any of various breads made entirely or partly with rye flour

sa-lete [{difference}+{diminutive}+{noun-modifier}.] adj. similar

saluta [From Spanish /salud/, with initial /s-/ in Arabic /siha/.] health, the state of well-being

saluta-kalane [health+communication-unit.] n. prescription

saluta-kesinu [health+science.] n. medicine

saluta-nasini [health+vehicle.] n. bloodmobile

saluta-pikuta [health+picture.] n. an X-ray photograph

saluta-pine [health+building.] n. hospital

saluta-sutale [health+thread.] n. suture -- thread of catgut or silk or wire used by surgeons to stitch tissues together

saluta-tile-kalese [health+body-part+class.] n. immune system

sanata [From Germanic /hand/ (in English, German, Dutch, et al), with /ha-/ reinforced by Hindi.] hand -- the prehensile distal extremity of the superior limb

sanata-kalane [hand+communication-unit.] n. hand signals, signs

sanata-kali [hand+word.] n. sign -- a hand signal that represents a word or phrase

sanata-kali-sise [hand+word+system.] n. sign language

sanata-kelepasi-sunu [hand+celebration+sound.] n. applause -- the sound or action of hands being clapped together in praise of something

sanata-kesinu [hand+science.] n. moniatry

sanata-nane [hand+mammal.] n. monkey

sanata-netale-sunu-sinata [hand+metal+sound+tool.] n. trumpet

sanata-nuni [hand+absence.] n. acheiria

sanata-nutuse [hand+base.] n. wrist

sanata-nutuse-pusiti-sili [hand+base+position+bird.] n. falcon (family Falconidae)

sanata-pale-sila [hand+blade+weapon.] n. knife -- a weapon with a handle and blade with a sharp point

sanata-palise [hand+digit.] n. finger

sanata-palise-kaneke [hand+digit+shell.] n. fingernail

sanata-pepe [hand+creation.] n. something made by hand

sanata-pitakesulina [hand+alphabet.] n. the Sign Language alphabet

sanata-sasaki-sunu [hand+favorableness+sound.] n. applause -- the sound or action of hands being clapped together in praise of something

sanata-tuna [hand+{augmentative}.] n. fist -- a hand with the fingers clenched in the palm as for hitting

Sanata-tupe-palana-pikuta-se [hand+top+plant+picture.] proper n. Guam (GUM)

sanate [From Arabic /jamad/ and Hindi /jama/.] freeze -- the act of freezing; the state of being frozen

sanate-kalute [freeze+dog.] n. arctic fox (Alopex)

sanate-katuse [freeze+cat.] n. snow leopard (Uncia)

sanate-kesinu [freeze+science.] n. cryogenics

sanate-kulepu-nasini [freeze+body-of-water+vehicle.] n. iceboat

sanate-kune [freeze+{opposite}.] n. melt

sanate-lanase-sisi-sinata [freeze+{long-object}+movement+tool.] n. ski -- one of a pair of long items placed under the feet for maneuvering down snow- or ice-covered hills

sanate-lete [freeze+{diminutive}.] n. frost

sanate-nalake-nasini [freeze+milk+vehicle.] n. ice-cream truck

Sanate-nale-kune-se [freeze+ocean+{opposite}.] proper n. Antarctic

Sanate-nale-kune-se [freeze+ocean+{opposite}.] proper n. Antarctica

sanate-nasiku [freeze+insect.] n. ice bug (order Grylloblattodea)

sanate-nasini [freeze+vehicle.] n. ski

sanate-natinu [freeze+nation.] n. crisis -- an unstable situation of extreme danger or difficulty, especially when a large group (nation) of people stop (freeze) and react together

sanate-nelike [freeze+deer.] n. reindeer (Rangifer)

sanate-nine [freeze+fish.] n. icefish

sanate-nune-liku [freeze+negation+liquid.] n. antifreeze

sanate-nusike [freeze+rodent.] n. lemming -- a rodent that inhabits arctic regions, known for their mass migrations.

sanate-pakale [freeze+bovine.] n. musk ox

sanate-palise [freeze+digit.] n. fjord

Sanate-pata-natinu-se [freeze+water+nation.] proper n. Iceland

sanate-pesipitasi [freeze+precipitation.] n. hail

sanate-pesipitasi [freeze+precipitation.] n. sleet -- frozen rain

sanate-pesipitasi [freeze+precipitation.] n. snow

sanate-pesipitasi-satasi [freeze+precipitation+item.] n. snowflake

sanate-pine [freeze+building.] n. igloo -- an Eskimo hut built of blocks (usu. sod or snow) in the shape of a dome

sanate-sili [freeze+bird.] n. penguin -- a flightless bird that inhabits (among other places) frozen Antarctic regions.

sanate-tapite [freeze+permanent object.] n. glacier -- an enormous slowly moving mass of ice

sanate-tepuse [freeze+time.] n. ice age, glacial period, glacial epoch -- any period of time during which glaciers covered a large part of the earth's surface

sanate-tile [freeze+body-part.] n. gland that stimulates hibernation in animals (possibly hypothetical gland)

sanate-tuna [freeze+{augmentative}.] n. hypothermia

sane [Since there is no common international form for "bread", a derivation from the international form for "sandwich" was used instead. Ultimately named after John Montagu, Fourth Earl of Sandwich (1718-1792), British politician, and borrowed into Chinese, Arabic, Hindi, German, Dutch, Esperanto and Novial.] bread -- food made from dough of flour or meal, usu. raised with yeast or baking powder and baked

sane-lanase [bread+long-object.] n. breadstick -- a crisp stick-shaped roll; often served with soup

sane-palana [bread+plant.] n. wheat -- a plant of the genus Triticum widely used for flour

sani [From Hindi /samai/.] long event -- an event that takes relatively more time than others [scalar]

sani-kalane [{long-event}+communication-unit.] n. a boring speech

sani-kasese [{long-event}+{abstraction}.] n. duration -- property of time in which something continues [scalar

sani-kesinu [{long-event}+science.] n. historics

sani-kiki [{long-event}+measure.] n. hour

sani-kiki-kasese [{long-event}+measure+{abstraction}.] n. duration

sani-kiki-sinata [{long-event}+measure+tool.] n. timer

sani-kune [{long-event}+{opposite}.] n. short event -- an event that takes relatively less time than others [scalar

sani-kune-nasiku [{long-event}+{opposite}+insect.] n. mayfly (order Ephemeroptera)

sanile [beauty+{verb}.] v. S is beautiful in aspect O

sanile [From Arabic /jamil/.] beauty -- qualities that give pleasure to the senses

sanile-kaki [beauty+performance.] n. ballet

sanile-kalusa [beauty+love.] n. vanity -- feelings of excessive pride in one's appearance

sanile-kesinu [beauty+science.] n. aesthetics

sanile-kesinu [beauty+science.] n. cosmetology

sanile-kune [beauty+{opposite}.] n. ugliness -- qualities that do not give pleasure to the senses

sanile-kune [beauty+{opposite}.] n. ugliness

sanile-kune-patate [beauty+{opposite}+object.] n. blemish, blot -- mark or flaw that spoils the beauty of something

sanile-lete [beauty+{diminutive}.] n. cute object -- someone or something that is cute

sanile-liku [beauty+liquid.] n. make-up; foundation cream; cosmetics

sanile-palana [beauty+plant.] n. ornamental -- a plant grown for aesthetic rather than food, drug, fabric, etc. purposes

sanile-tuna [beauty+{augmentative}.] n. cosmetic device or method

sanile-tunu-lete-palate [beauty+atom+{diminutive}+part.] n. charm-quark

sani-nune-kunane [{long-event}+negation+eating.] n. starving

sani-sasape [long event+companion.] n. buddy, brother, crony, old friend -- a close friend of long acquaintance

sani-tepuse [{long-event}+time.] n. a long time

sa-nutule [{difference}+motor.] n. difference engine

sapalane [From Hindi /sambaran/.] provision, supply -- something made available for use

sapalane-nasini [provision+vehicle.] n. freighter

sapalane-pitakesulina [provision+alphabet.] n. the set of kanji recognized by the Japanese government to be set aside for personal use

sapali [From Arabic /safari/, extant in English 'safari'.] journey, trip, traveling -- going from one place to another, typically for pleasure

sapali-kalane [journey+communication-unit.] n. itinerary

sapali-kiki-sinata [journey+measure+tool.] n. odometer

sapali-nasini [journey+vehicle.] n. tour bus

sapali-nutu [journey+death.] n. undead

sapali-palate [journey+part.] n. stage, leg -- a section or portion of a journey or course

sapali-puna [journey+form.] n. route

sapali-salana-sasute [journey+direction+container.] n. map holder

sapali-sekupe [journey+watcher.] n. patrolman, flatfoot -- a policeman who patrols a given region

sapali-susu [journey+responsibility.] n. travel guiding

sapili [ability+{verb-modifier}.] adv. ably, can

sapili [From Latin 'habilitas', extant in Spanish 'habilidad', English 'ability'.] ability -- quality of being able to perform

sapili-kunune [ability+communication.] n. eloquence, fluency -- powerful and effective language

sapili-nuni [ability+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. unskilled

sa-pipi [difference+rule.] n. segregation -- a social system that provides separate facilities for minority groups

sapite [From Arabic /safid/ and Russian /savakupl/.] copulation -- sexual intercourse or coitus

sapite-kalusa [copulation+love.] n. eros -- erotic love

sapite-kasu [copulation+cause.] n. aphrodisiac -- a drug or other agent that stimulates sexual desire

sapite-kelepasi [copulation+celebration.] n. orgy

sapite-kesinu [copulation+science.] n. sexology

Sapite-kitapa-se [copulation+book.] proper n. Kama Sutra -- ancient Hindu writings detailing perfection in sexual intercourse

sapite-kukitu [copulation+knowledge.] n. carnal knowledge

sapite-kuku [copulation+lightning.] n. orgasm

sapite-kunete [copulation+condition.] n. relationship status -- a person's current data in regard to where s/he is with his/her girlfriend/boyfriend

sapite-liku [copulation+liquid.] n. ejaculum -- the liquid secreted from the genitals of either gender upon sexual arousement

sapite-lulu [copulation+excess+{noun-modifier}.] adj. oversexed

sapite-napase [copulation+competition.] n. the battling between two or more male animals after which the winner wins the female mate

sapite-napisu-kune-nupeti [copulation+something-above+{opposite}+marriage.] n. premarital sex -- sex occurring in the time prior to marriage

sapite-napu [copulation+obscenity.] n. obscene word for sex (f***)

sapite-nasiku [copulation+insect.] n. lovebug -- an insect of the family Biblionidae, known for its easily observed crazed mating

sapite-natu-tepuse [copulation+adult+time.] n. sexual maturity -- the fact of having been physically developed to the degree that one can have children

sapite-nune-kalusa [copulation+negation+love+{noun-modifier}.] adj. platonic -- a nonsexual type of love and friendship

sapite-nuni [copulation+absence.] n. abstinence -- the state of not being sexually active with anyone

sapite-pasala [copulation+market.] n. prostitution

sapite-patalune [copulation+pants.] n. hot pants

sapite-pikuta [copulation+picture.] n. pornography -- pictures taken or created and distributed with the intent of being viewed for sexual arousal

sapite-pine [copulation+building.] n. bordello -- a house in which prostitution is conducted

sapite-pitaku [copulation+separation.] n. coitus interruptus -- the separation of partners during sex, usually before ejaculation to avoid impregnation

Sapite-pulitiku-se [copulation+politics.] proper n. Sexualpolitik

sapite-pupilike-sise [copulation+public-good+system.] n. eugenics

sapite-pusiti [copulation+position.] n. sexual position -- one of the many possible orientations for the bodies of partners during sex

Sapite-saluta-kune-se [copulation+health+{opposite}.] proper n. STD -- a disease transmitted via intercourse

sapite-sapili-kune [copulation+ability+{opposite}.] n. impotence -- the inability to perform sexually

sapite-sasape [copulation+companion.] n. partner -- the person with whom one has sexual intercourse

sapite-sasape-susitu [copulation+companion+substitute.] n. inflatable doll -- a synthetic object made to simulate the body of a man or woman for sexual arousal

sapite-sasila [copulation+comedy.] n. dirty joke -- humor related to sex

sapite-satisi [copulation+satisfaction.] n. sexual pleasure -- the physical self-gratification obtained from sex

sapite-seketu [copulation+secret+{noun-modifier}.] adj. intimate -- having a private sexual life with a specified individual

sapite-sekupe [copulation+watcher.] n. voyeur -- a person who spies on the sexual activity of others

sapite-setina [copulation+wall.] n. maidenhead tissue

sapite-sinata [copulation+tool.] n. sex toy -- an item (such as a vibrator) used to stimulate sexual arousal

sapite-sipe-nike [copulation+task+worker.] n. concubine -- a person whose official job is to provide sexual favors to a high-ranking person

sapite-sipe-nike-pine [copulation+task+worker+building.] n. concubinage

sapite-sukesita [copulation+safety.] n. safe sex

sapite-telule [copulation+fear.] n. coitophobia

sapite-tene-kasese [copulation+{hot-object}+{abstraction}.] n. estrus -- the rise in body heat induced during sex

sapite-tesite [copulation+desire.] n. nymphomania -- an uncontrollable urge to have sex

sapite-tesu-sesete [copulation+god+{feminine}.] n. sex goddess

sapite-tikune [copulation+offer.] n. solicitation

sapite-tile [copulation+body-part.] n. genital -- one of the parts of the body used for copulation

sapite-tile-kata [copulation+body-part+cut.] n. vasectomy

sapite-tile-kene [copulation+body-part+hole.] n. pubes

sapite-tile-lele [copulation+body-part+{masculine}.] n. phallus; penis -- the male reproductive organ

sapite-tile-lele-napu [copulation+body-part+{masculine}+obscenity.] n. d-ck -- obscene word for the penis

sapite-tile-lele-sata [copulation+body-part+{masculine}+animal.] n. priapulid -- one of a phylum (Priapulida) of aquatic worms known for their phallic shape

sapite-tile-pulase [copulation+body-part+hair.] n. pubic hair -- the hair growing around the genital regions

sapite-tile-sesete [copulation+body-part+{feminine}.] n. vulva; vagina -- the main female reproductive organ

sapite-tile-sesete-napu [copulation+body-part+{feminine}+obscenity.] n. p-ssy; c--t -- obscene word for the female genitalia

sapite-tile-sise [copulation+body-part+system.] n. reproductive system -- the system of organs in the male or female human body that play a role in sexual reproduction

sapite-tile-susitu [copulation+body-part+substitute.] n. dildo -- a sex toy made to simulate a penis or clitoris

sasa [Unknown origin.] off -- a position that is no longer on, attached or connected to something else

sasaki [From Hindi /sahayak/, with initial /s-/ in Arabic /sabih/.] favorableness -- the quality of being encouraging or promising of a successful outcome

sasaki-kapita [favorableness+leader.] n. official -- a worker who holds or is invested with an office

sasaki-kasese [favorableness+{abstraction}+{noun-modifier}.] adj. good -- having desirable or positive qualities

sasaki-kukitu-pe [favorableness+knowledge+person.] n. friend -- a person you know well and regard with affection and trust

sasaki-kune-kali [favorableness+{opposite}+word+{verb}.] v. insult, degrade

sasaki-kune-kunune [favorableness+{opposite}+communication+{verb}.] v. complain

sasaki-pusiti [favorableness+{preposition}+{opposite}.] interj. I express favorableness -- the quality of being encouraging or promising of a successful outcome

sasaki-senuse-kalane [favorableness+sense+communication-unit.] n. praise, compliment -- an expression of approval and commendation

sasaki-suki-kune-tunune [favorableness+happiness+{opposite}+gift.] n. mercy -- a disposition to be kind and forgiving

sasaki-suna [favorableness+choice.] n. chance, randomicity, luck -- an unknown or unpredictable phenomenon that causes an event to result one way rather than another

sasaki-tesu-kalane [favorableness+god+communication-unit.] n. benediction, blessing -- a ceremonial prayer invoking divine protection

sasaki-tine [favorableness+day.] n. holiday -- a day on which work is suspended by law or custom

sasa-kune [off+{opposite}.] n. on

sasa-kune-na [off+{opposite}+{preposition}.] postp. on -- position preposition

sasa-kune-sata [off+{opposite}+animal.] n. parasite

sasa-kune-sisi-na [off+{opposite}+movement+{preposition}.] postp. to -- motion preposition

sasa-kune-tepuse [off+{opposite}+time+{verb}.] v. when -- clause conjunction

sasa-kune-tepuse-na [off+{opposite}+time+{preposition}.] postp. at -- time preposition

sasala [From Arabic /hasal/.] event, occurrence, happening -- something that takes place

sasala-kunete [event+condition.] n. situation

sasala-kunete-pikuta [event+condition+picture.] n. picture, the big picture

sasala-lepe [event+left.] n. funeral -- a ceremony celebrating the life of someone who just died, often culminating in internment

sasala-nikule [event+tiny-item.] n. quantum mechanics

sasala-nune-sapili [event+negation+ability.] n. impossibility -- the fact that something cannot happen or cannot be so

sasala-nune-sapili [event+negation+ability+{noun-modifier}.] adj. impossible -- incapable of occurring or being the case

sasala-pikuta [event+picture.] n. the drawn recreation of an event by a hired artist in a court of law

sasala-sapili [event+ability.] n. possibility -- the potentiality of occurring or being so

sasala-sapili [event+ability+{noun-modifier}.] adj. possible -- able to happen; able to be the case

sasale [From Arabic /shazar/, with /sh-/ in Mandarin Chinese /shu/.] tree -- a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymno- and angiosperms

sasale-kasese [tree+{abstraction}.] n. wood -- tissue of trees, often cut and dried especially for use as building material and fuel

sasale-kasese [tree+{abstraction}.] n. wood

sasale-kasese-palate-lete [tree+{abstraction}+part+{diminutive}.] n. splinter

sasale-kasese-palate-lete [tree+{abstraction}+part+{diminutive}.] n. stick -- a small, broken-off piece of wood

sasale-kasese-sunu-sinata [tree+{abstraction}+sound+tool.] n. xylophone, marimba

sasale-kasese-tupuse-palana [tree+{abstraction}+tube+plant.] n. gnetophyte -- a plant of the division Gnetophyta (gymnosperms with wood-vessels)

sasale-katuse [tree+cat.] n. leopard

sasale-kelupe [tree+group.] n. grove -- a collection of trees in one place

sasale-kelupe-nesete [tree+group+site.] n. forest, woods -- an area of land covered with trees

sasale-kesinu [tree+science.] n. forestry

sasale-kupe [tree+cover.] n. bark -- the rough outer covering of trees

sasale-nasiku [tree+insect.] n. termite

sasale-nasiku-nane [tree+insect+mammal.] n. tree-shrew (Tupaiidae)

sasale-nasiku-tata [tree+insect+amphibian.] n. termite frog (Phrynomerus)

sasale-nasini [tree+vehicle.] n. cherry picker

sasale-nati-sili [tree+matter+bird.] n. woodcreeper (Dendrocolaptidae)

sasale-nuni [tree+absence.] n. ingratitude, ungratefulness -- a lack of gratitude

sasale-nuni [tree+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. unwooded

sasale-nusike [tree+rodent.] n. squirrel

sasale-nusike-nine [tree+rodent+fish.] n. squirrelfish (order Beryciformes)

sasale-nutuse [tree+base.] n. stump, tree stump -- the base part of a tree that remains standing after the tree has been felled

sasale-panupu [Loan translation of Japanese enoki+take, Chinese nettle tree + bamboo..] n. enokidake, golden needles - widely cultivated mushroom (Flammulina velutipes) native to North America and eastern Asia; somewhat resembles the bean sprout.

sasale-pesipitasi [tree+precipitation.] n. dew -- water that has condensed on a cool surface overnight from water vapor in the air

sasale-seli [tree+series.] n. forest, woodland, timberland, timber -- land that is covered with trees and shrubs

sasale-sili [tree+bird.] n. woodpecker

sasale-tata [tree+amphibian.] n. tree frog (Hylidae)

sasane [From Hindi /shasan/.] government -- an organization that is a governing authority of a political unit

Sasane-kalane-se [government+communication-unit.] proper n. BOHICA

sasane-kesinu [government+science.] n. political science

sasane-kitapa [government+book.] n. constitution, fundamental law, organic law -- law determining the fundamental political principles of a government

sasane-lete [government+{diminutive}.] n. agency, bureau -- an administrative unit of government

sasane-nesete [government+place.] n. capital -- a seat of government

sasane-nuni [government+absence.] n. anarchy

sasane-sati [government+truth.] n. propaganda

sasane-sikulu-nasini [government+circle+vehicle.] n. black helicopter

sasape [From Arabic /sahab/, "with". Initial /sa-/ in Hindi /sat/ and Russian /sapravajd/ (both meaning "with" in the sense of "accompanied by"). And note Sanskrit postposition /saha/ and /-s-h-/ in English 'associate' /asohiet/.] companion, associate -- something accompanying something else [as a pronoun, translates "with", "accompanied by"]

Sasape-kelu-sutale-kulepu-se [companion+four+thread+body-of-water.] proper n. Mississippi River -- the most important river of the United States, flowing 3,780 km (2,350 mi) from the lake region of northern Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico, with the Missouri its chief tributary

sasape-nuni [companion+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. all alone

sasape-tuna [companion+{augmentative}.] n. best friend

sasa-sasa-kune [off+off+{opposite}.] n. switch

sasa-sasala [off+event.] n. extinguishing, such as a light

sasi [Truncation of 'sasila', "comedy".] fun -- activities that are enjoyable or amusing

sasi-kane [fun+sight.] n. funhouse mirror -- a mirror that presents a comically distorted reflection

sasi-kanepuse [fun+field.] n. playground -- yard consisting of an outdoor area for children's play

sasi-kiki-sinata [fun+measure+tool.] n. fun-meter

sasi-kune [fun+{opposite}.] n. boredom

sasila [From Arabic /hazli/, with initial /h-/ in Mandarin Chinese /hwaji/ and Hindi /hasya/.] comedy -- something funny or humorous

sasila-kakate [comedy+action.] n. antic, joke, prank, trick, caper, put-on -- a ludicrous or grotesque act done for fun and amusement

sasila-kalane [comedy+communication-unit.] n. joke, gag, laugh, jest, jape, yak, wheeze -- a humorous anecdote or remark

sasila-kalane [comedy+communication-unit.] n. joke

sasila-kesinu [comedy+science.] n. comedic science (comedy)

sasila-kisa [comedy+story.] n. comic strip, cartoon strip, strip -- a sequence of drawings in a newspaper telling a story

sasila-kisa-kaki [comedy+story+performance.] n. comedy -- a play of a predominantly comic nature or with a 'happy ending'

sasila-kunapale [comedy+multiplication.] n. viral comedy -- the ever-expanding distribution (typically through e-mail) of a particularly humorous joke

sasila-kune-kisa-kaki [comedy+{opposite}+story+performance.] n. tragedy -- a play of a predominantly tragic nature, or with a disastrous ending

sasila-nelu [comedy+black.] n. black comedy -- a dramatic work juxtaposing morbid and farcical elements to give a disturbing effect

sasila-pikuta [comedy+picture.] n. comic strip, cartoon strip, strip -- a sequence of drawings in a newspaper telling a story

sasila-pusiti [comedy+{preposition}+{opposite}.] interj. ROTFL -- Internet abbreviation for "Rolling On The Floor Laughing"

sasila-sunu [comedy+sound.] n. laugh

sasila-sunu-nine-sili [comedy+sound+fish+bird.] n. laughing kookaburra (Dacelo novaeguineae)

sasila-sunu-nusika-sili [comedy+sound+music+bird.] n. laughingthrush (Garrulax)

Sasila-tikile-kelepe-se [comedy+tiger+play.] proper n. Calvinball

Sasila-tuna-pusiti [comedy+{augmentative}+{preposition}+{opposite}.] proper n. ROTFLMAO -- Internet abbreviation for "Rolling On The Floor Laughing My A-- Off"

sasi-lete [fun+{diminutive}.] n. a little fun

sasi-nasini [fun+vehicle.] n. sports car

sasu [Unknown origin.] risk -- something involving hazard or uncertain danger

sasu-kalane [risk+communication-unit.] n. warning

sasu-nine-tulese-kune [risk+fish+{thick-object}+{opposite}.] n. barracuda (family Sphyraenidae)

sasu-pe [risk+person.] n. dangerous person

sasu-sapite [risk+copulation.] n. unsafe sex -- sex putting oneself at risk of pregnancy or contracting an STD

sasu-sekupe [risk+watcher.] n. actuary, statistician -- someone versed in the collection and interpretation of numerical data, especially someone who uses statistics to calculate insurance premiums

sasu-silete [risk+shield.] n. insurance

sasute [container+{verb}.] v. contain -- hold or have within

sasute [From Russian /sasut/.] container -- something that holds things, esp. for transport or storage

sasute-kasese [container+{abstraction}.] n. containment, confinement, enclosure (the quality of an object kept in a container not shared by those outside)

sasute-kasese [container+{abstraction}.] n. containment

sasute-kune [container+{opposite}.] n. safe (a container designed to keep things out rather than keep them in)

sasute-lete [container+{diminutive}.] n. receptacle, container, sheath (a negative space designed to hold a certain object, as a glove to a hand)

sasute-nasini [container+vehicle.] n. tanker truck

sasute-tuna [container+{augmentative}.] n. (a room or field where things are kept, as a closet or a pig-sty)

sata [From Hindi /zhantu/ and Russian /zhivotna/, both from Indo-European *gwei- and therefore cognate to Latin vita_, Greek _bio-_ and English _quick_).] animal, animate being, beast, brute, creature, fauna -- a living organism characterized by voluntary movement

sata-kalane [animal+communication-unit.] n. animal sounds

sata-kalese [animal+class.] n. animal species

sata-kalese [animal+class.] n. some level between species and phylum

sata-kalese [animal+class.] n. species

sata-kalese [animal+class.] n. taxon -- any unit used in the science of biological classification (taxonomy)of animals, which have a universally recognized heirarchy

sata-kalese-lete [animal+class+{diminutive}.] n. species

sata-kalese-tuna [animal+class+{augmentative}.] n. animal classification or group of similar animal species

sata-kalese-tuna [animal+class+{augmentative}.] n. phylum

sata-kasese [animal+{abstraction}.] n. animality

sata-kasese [animal+{abstraction}.] n. organism

sata-kesinu [animal+science.] n. zoology

sata-kisile-pata [animal+acid+water.] n. urine

sata-kisile-pata [animal+acid+water+{verb}.] v. urinate, pee, piddle, micturate

satale [From Hindi /satvar/.] fast object -- something travelling a relatively great distance per unit of time [scalar]

satale-kasese [{fast-object}+{abstraction}.] n. speed, velocity -- distance travelled per unit of time

satale-katuse [{fast-object}+cat.] n. cheetah

satale-kiki [{fast-object}+measure.] n. kilometers per second (km/s)

satale-kiki [{fast-object}+measure.] n. meter per second

satale-kiki-kasese [{fast-object}+measure+{abstraction}.] n. speed/velocity

satale-kiki-sinata [{fast-object}+measure+tool.] n. speedometer

satale-kiki-tuna [{fast-object}+measure+{augmentative}.] n. kilometers per hour (km/hr)

satale-kita [{fast-object}+food.] n. fast food -- standardized food, such as chicken or hamburgers, served quickly for consumption

satale-kune [{fast-object}+{opposite}.] n. slow object -- something travelling a relatively small distance per unit of time [scalar

satale-kune-sanata-nane [{fast-object}+{opposite}+hand+mammal.] n. loris (Loridae)

satale-kupute [{fast-object}+computer.] n. super-computer

satale-napate-kiki [{fast-object}+increase+measure.] n. meter per second squared

satale-napate-kiki-kasese [{fast-object}+increase+measure+{abstraction}.] n. acceleration

satale-nasini [{fast-object}+vehicle.] n. race car

satale-pitakesulina [{fast-object}+alphabet.] n. shorthand, stenography -- a method of writing rapidly

Satale-pitakesulina-se [{fast-object}+alphabet.] proper n. Gregg shorthand

satale-sili [{fast-object}+bird.] n. swift (Apodidae)

sata-lete [animal+{diminutive}.] n. organism -- any form of life (plant, animal, fungus, bacterium, alga or protozoan)

sata-lete [animal+{diminutive}.] n. organism

sata-lete-kunane [animal+{diminutive}+eating+{noun-modifier}.] adj. filter-feeding

sata-lete-satasi [animal+{diminutive}+item.] n. cell -- the smallest living component of an organism

Satale-tine-se [{fast-object}+day.] proper n. Wednesday

satale-tusane [{fast-object}+storm.] n. hurricane -- a severe tropical cyclone usually with heavy rains and winds moving a 73-136 knots (12 on the Beaufort scale)

satana [From Russian /starana/, with initial /s-/ in Hindi /satah/, English 'side', German 'Seite'.] side, flank, lateral area -- a subarea consisting of a side of something

satana-nasini [side+vehicle.] n. sidecar

satana-pitina-lanase-lepeti [side+mark+{long-object}+reptile.] n. cobra

satana-sisi-lanase-lepeti [side+movement+{long-object}+reptile.] n. sidewinder

satana-tile [side+body-part.] n. side, flank (c.f. badsart)

sata-nuni [animal+absence.] n. extinction

sata-nuni-tepuse [animal+absence+time.] n. the Azoic

sata-palana [animal+plant.] n. flora and fauna

satasi [From Hindi /sadasi/.] item, member -- a single article or unit in a group, a set or a series

satasi [item+{verb}.] v. S is a member of the set O

satasi-kalane [item+communication-unit.] n. information on a specific item

satasi-nasini [item+vehicle.] n. shopping cart

sata-tanu-nati [animal+injury+matter.] n. venom -- the poison produced naturally by the bodies of certain animals (usually snakes, arachnids or coelenterates)

sata-telule [animal+fear.] n. zoophobia

sati [From Hindi /sati/.] truth -- fact that has been verified

sati-kesinu [truth+science.] n. polygraphics

sati-kiki-sinata [truth+measure+tool.] n. polygraph

sati-kune [truth+{opposite}.] n. falsehood, untruth -- a false statement

sati-kune-kalane [truth+{opposite}+communication-unit.] n. lie -- a statement that deviates from or perverts the truth

sati-kune-kalane [truth+{opposite}+communication-unit.] n. lie

sati-kune-kunune [truth+{opposite}+communication.] n. lie -- an instance of misleading by conveying false information

sati-kune-lane [truth+{opposite}+face.] n. act -- as in actor

sati-liku [truth+liquid.] n. truth serum -- a potion with the ability to make the person who has taken it tell nothing but the truth

sati-neti [truth+mind.] n. honesty

sati-neti [truth+mind+{noun-modifier}.] adj. honest

sati-neti [truth+mind+{verb}.] v. S is honest about O to X.

sati-nunene [truth+name.] n. identity, personal identity, individuality -- the distinct personality of an individual regarded as a persisting entity, especially as opposed to an alias, stage identity, pen name, etc.

sati-sa [truth+{difference}.] n. alternate reality -- one of the "realities" (universes, dimensions, etc.) other than the one we most commonly live in; examples are dreams, hallucinations and other trips, the astral plane, fantasy, strange visions

sati-sa-neti-sasala [truth+{difference}+mind+event.] n. hallucination, trip -- a mental experience in which a person senses something that differs from our usual reality

sati-satisi [truth+satisfaction+{noun-modifier}.] adj. morally right (in an objective sense)

sati-satisi-kune [truth+satisfaction+{opposite}+{noun-modifier}.] adj. morally wrong (in an objective sense)

satise [Blend of Russian /sad/ and English /sits/, strengthened by /s-t-/ in Spanish 'sentada' andGerman 'sitzen' and by /s-d/ in Esperanto 'sidi' and Novial 'sida'.] sitting position -- the body position at rest with the torso vertical and the body supported on the buttocks

satise-nasini [sitting-position+vehicle.] n. rowboat

satisi [From Latin 'satisfactio', extant in English, Spanish, Italian, Novial, et al.] satisfaction -- the contentment felt when something is done right

satisi [satisfaction+{noun-modifier}.] adj. satisfied

satisi-kune [satisfaction+{opposite}.] n. disappointment -- a feeling of dissatisfaction that results when one's expectations are not realized or fulfilled

satisi-kune [satisfaction+{opposite}.] n. pain -- the opposite of pleasure

satisi-kune [satisfaction+{opposite}+{verb}.] v. hurt; ache -- to feel pain

satisi-kune-kalene [satisfaction+{opposite}+agent+{verb}.] v. hurt -- to inflict pain on someone else

satisi-kune-na [satisfaction+{opposite}+{preposition}.] postp. I express disappointment -- a feeling of dissatisfaction that results when one's expectations are not realized or fulfilled

satisi-lete-kune [satisfaction+{diminutive}+{opposite}.] n. annoyance; irritation -- slightly bothering or troubling

satisi-lete-kune [satisfaction+{diminutive}+{opposite}+{verb}.] v. annoy; bother; irritate; harass -- to pettily trouble

satisi-nasini [satisfaction+vehicle.] n. satisfaction+vehicle

sati-sinata [truth+tool.] n. lie detector -- a polygraph that records bodily changes sometimes associated with lying

sati-sine [truth+scale.] n. the degree of accuracy of a device of statement

satisi-pusata [satisfaction+mail.] n. satisfaction survey --

se [Unknown origin.] {verb, copula}

sekake [From Russian /skak/.] vertical -- something, such as a line, a plane or an object, that is perpendicular to the plane of the horizon

sekake-kapase-nusike [vertical+jump+rodent.] n. springhare (Pedetes capensis)

sekake-kata [vertical+cut.] n. slit -- a thin cut made vertically

sekake-kitala [vertical+guitar.] n. bass fiddle, bass viol, bull fiddle, double bass, contrabass, string bass -- largest and lowest member of the violin family

sekake-nasini [vertical+vehicle.] n. rocket

Sekake-netu-lili-se [vertical+middle+world.] proper n. Prime Meridian

sekake-sapite [vertical+copulation.] n. the act of having sex standing up rather than lying down

sekake-sisi [vertical+movement.] n. climbing -- movement up or down along a vertical surface

sekake-sisi-nusike [vertical+movement+rodent.] n. climbing mouse (Dendromurinae)

sekake-tile [vertical+body-part+{noun-modifier}.] adj. erect -- standing upright

seketu [From Latin 'secretus', extant in Russian, English, Spanish, Italian, French, Esperanto, Novial.] secret -- something hidden from others

seketu-kalane [secret+communication-unit.] n. secret message

seketu-kalane [secret+communication-unit.] n. secret

seketu-pitakesulina [secret+alphabet.] n. code -- a system of disguising messages by systematically changing the patterns of letters

seketu-pitakesulina-kalane [secret+alphabet+communication-unit.] n. cryptogram -- a message sent in code

seketu-pitakesulina-kesinu [secret+alphabet+science.] n. cryptography

sekupe [From English 'scope'.] watcher -- a close observer

seli [From Latin 'series', extant in Germanic (English, Dutch, et al), Romance (Spanish, Italian, et al) and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial). Initial /s-/ in Hindi /silsil/.] series, sequence -- any number of objects or events aggregated together in a structured fashion and placed or happening in a particular order one after the other

seli-kelu [series+four.] n. fourth (ordinal number) -- following the third in an ordering or series

seli-kelu-silu [series+four+zero.] n. fortieth (ordinal number) position 40 in a countable series of things

seli-nene [series+nine.] n. ninth (ordinal number) -- following the eighth in an ordering or series

seli-nene-silu [series+nine+zero.] n. ninetieth (ordinal number) position 90 in a countable series of things

seli-nu [series+one.] n. first (ordinal number) -- the highest in an ordering or series

seli-nu-kelu [series+one+four.] n. fourteenth (ordinal number) -- following the thirteenth in an ordering or series

seli-nu-nene [series+one+nine.] n. nineteenth (ordinal number) -- following the eighteenth in an ordering or series

seli-nu-nu [series+one+one.] n. eleventh (ordinal number) -- following the tenth in an ordering or series

seli-nu-pene [series+one+five.] n. fifteenth (ordinal number) -- following the fourteenth in an ordering or series

seli-nu-sese [series+one+six.] n. sixteenth (ordinal number) -- following the fifteenth in an ordering or series

seli-nu-sete [series+one+seven.] n. seventeenth (ordinal number) -- following the sixteenth in an ordering or series

seli-nu-silu [series+one+zero.] n. tenth (ordinal number) -- following the ninth in an ordering or series

seli-nu-silu-silu [series+one+zero+zero.] n. hundredth (ordinal number) position 100 in a countable series of things

seli-nu-ti [series+one+three.] n. thirteenth (ordinal number) -- following the tewlfth in an ordering or series

seli-nu-tu [series+one+two.] n. twelfth (ordinal number) -- following the eleventh in an ordering or series

seli-pene [series+five.] n. fifth (ordinal number) -- following the fourth in an ordering or series

seli-pene-silu [series+five+zero.] n. fiftieth (ordinal number) position 50 in a countable series of things

seli-pusata [series+mail.] n. chain letter

seli-sese [series+six.] n. sixth (ordinal number) -- following the fifth in an ordering or series

seli-sese-silu [series+six+zero.] n. sixtieth (ordinal number) position 60 in a countable series of things

seli-sete [series+seven.] n. seventh (ordinal number) -- following the sixth in an ordering or series

seli-sete-silu [series+seven+zero.] n. seventieth (ordinal number) position 70 in a countable series of things

Seli-silu-nale-kune-se [series+zero+ocean+{opposite}.] proper n. Africa

seli-ti [series+three.] n. third (ordinal number) -- following the second in an ordering or series

seli-ti-silu [series+three+zero.] n. thirtieth (ordinal number) position 30 in a countable series of things

seli-tu [series+two.] n. second (ordinal number) -- following the first in a series

seli-tu-silu [series+two+zero.] n. twentieth (ordinal number) -- following the nineteenth in an ordering or series

senule [Spanish 'sen~or'.] Mr., Mrs., Ms., Miss -- general term of polite address, regardless of gender or marital status

senule-lete [Mr.+{diminutive}.] n. general term of polite address for unmarried person

Senule-lune-se [Mr.+red.] proper n. Santa Claus, Kriss Kringle, Father Christmas, Saint Nick, St Nick -- the legendary patron saint of children

senuse [From Latin 'sensus', extant in Spanish, Italian, English, Esperanto, Novial, with initial /s-/ in Hindi and German forms.] sense -- the faculty through which the external world is apprehended

senuse-kase [sense+gas.] n. smell, aroma, odor, odour, scent -- any property detected by the olfactory system

senuse-tile [sense+body-part.] n. one of the organs used for sight, hearing, taste, smell or tactile feeling

sepe [Afghan-Dari 'jeb', Albanian 'xhepi', Arabic (Egyptian) 'ge^b', Arabic (Iraqi) 'jayb', Arabic (Levant) 'z^aybe', Arabic (Syrian) 'z^eeb', Arabic (Gulf) 'jeeb', Arabic (Morocccan) 'z^ib', Azerbaijani 'cib' /djib/, Bosnian 'dz^ep', Bulgarian 'job', Croatian 'dz^ep', Fulani 'jiiba', Georgian 'jibe', Hindi 'je'b', Hungarian 'zseb', Kannada 'jeebu', Khowar 'jib', Kurdish 'ce^b' /djeb/, Macedonian 'tseb', Modern Greek 'tsepi', Nepali 'jeb', Nubian 'g^eb', Panjabi 'jeb', Persian 'jib', Pushtu 'je:b', Serbian 'dz^ep', Somali 'jeeb-ka', Telegu 'jeebu', Turkish 'cep' /djeb/, Turkmen 'jübi' and Urdu 'je'b'. Source: Leo Moser, The Acadon System.] pocket -- a small pouch in a garment for carrying small articles

sepe-nane [pocket+mammal.] n. marsupial -- a mammal that gives birth to small, underdeveloped young, which complete their development in a pouch.

sepe-nusike [pocket+rodent.] n. gopher -- a kind of rodent with cheek pouches for storing food.

Sepe-pepe-sata-se [pocket+creation+animal.] proper n. PokTmon (registered U.S. trademark of Nintendo) -- general name given to the many creatures found in the PokTmon universe, which is the subject of video games, trading card games and cartoons

sepe-sepete [pocket+flower.] n. corsage -- a flower pinned near the breast pocket on a boy's jacket by his date

sepe-sili [pocket+bird.] n. pelican

sepe-tanani [pocket+expensive object.] n. pocket watch -- a watch that is carried in a small watch pocket

sepe-tata [pocket+amphibian.] n. marsupial frog (Gastrotheca)

sepete [From Russian /svet/.] flower, bloom, blossom -- reproductive organ of angiosperm plants esp. one having showy or colorful parts

sepete-kalane [flower+communication-unit.] n. flower sending -- flowers sent as a sign of love, sympathy or congratulations

sepete-kesinu [flower+science.] n. horticulture

sepete-lete [flower+{diminutive}.] n. bud -- a partially opened flower or a swelling on a plant stem consisting of overlapping immature leaves or petals

sepete-napate-nike [flower+increase+worker.] n. gardener -- a professional caretaker of gardens

sepete-nasini [flower+vehicle.] n. florist van

sepete-nesete-nike [flower+site+worker.] n. gardener -- a professional caretaker of gardens

sepete-nike [flower+worker.] n. florist (c.f. forlvendnic)

sepete-nike [flower+worker.] n. gardener (c.f. forlmestnic)

sepete-palana [flower+plant.] n. angiosperm, flowering plant -- a plant of the division that produces flowers

sepete-palana [flower+plant.] n. flower -- a plant cultivated for its bloom or blossom

sepete-penete-kalene [flower+sale+agent.] n. florist -- a person who sells flowers

sepete-penete-nike [flower+sale+worker.] n. florist -- a person who sells flowers

sepete-pukuse [flower+fire.] n. fireworks -- pyrotechnic explosions often with bright colors and a flower-like appearance, set off on festive occasions.

sepete-pusiti-kala [flower+position+art.] n. ikebana -- the art of arranging flowers for ornamental purposes

sepete-sapite [flower+copulation.] n. pollination -- the transference of pollen between stamen and pistil

sepete-sasute [flower+container.] n. vase -- synthetic container for holding flowers and maintaining them in water

sepete-sili [flower+bird.] n. hummingbird

sepete-sili-sunu-sinata [flower+bird+sound+tool.] n. piccolo

sepete-sukale [flower+sugar.] n. nectar

sepete-sukale-kunane [flower+sugar+eating+{noun-modifier}.] adj. nectarivorous

sepete-sukale-nasiku [flower+sugar+insect.] n. bee

sepete-sukale-nasiku-kita [flower+sugar+insect+food.] n. honey

sepete-sukale-nasiku-sili [flower+sugar+insect+bird.] n. bee-eater (Meropidae)

sepete-sukale-sepe-nane [flower+sugar+pocket+mammal.] n. honey possum (Tarsipes rostratus)

Sepete-talike-se [flower+way.] proper n. Ikebana -- the Japanese art of floral arrangement

sepete-tile-kala [flower+body-part+art.] n. lei -- a large piece of jewelry draped around the neck, made from several flowers tied together

sepete-tupuse [flower+tube.] n. stem

sepe-tikile [pocket+tiger.] n. thylacine -- a Tasmanian marsupial carnivore of the genus Thylacinus that resembles a dog with tiger stripes

Sepe-tikile-natinu-se [pocket+tiger+nation.] proper n. Tasmania

sepe-tile [pocket+body-part.] n. marsupium; pouch -- the fold of skin on certain animals (as marsupials) that forms a pocket for the keeping of young

sepu [From Russian /seb/, from Indo-European form *sel-bho-, also extant in Hindi /svaiam/, Spanish /si/, English /self/, et al.] self -- himself, herself, myself, yourself, itself, themselves

sepu-kali-sise [self+word+system.] n. idiolect -- the language or speech of one individual at a particular period in life

sepu-kune [self+{opposite}.] n. other

sepu-kune-kalane [self+{opposite}+communication-unit.] n. quotation,quote, citation -- a passage or expression that is quoted

sepu-kune-kelepe-pe [self+{opposite}+play+person.] n. umpire, referee -- the chief official expected to insure fair play

sepu-kune-kelupe [self+{opposite}+group.] n. union -- an organisation of employees formed to bargain with an employer

sepu-kune-kutule [self+{opposite}+control.] n. submission, surrender -- verbal act of admitting defeat

sepu-kune-pupi [self+{opposite}+people-group.] n. team, squad -- a cooperative unit

sepu-lapati-nasi [self+washing/cleaning+machine.] n. self-cleaning machine -- any machine that can clean itself, especially an oven

sepu-lu [self+fall.] n. diving -- controlled descent

sepu-lu-sili [self+fall+bird.] n. loon, diver (Gaviidae)

sepu-nasine [self+wind.] n. fart

sepu-nasini [self+vehicle.] n. locomotive

sepu-neti-kalane [self+mind+communication-unit+{verb}.] v. think to oneself

sepu-neti-salana-tuna [self+mind+direction+{augmentative}.] n. egomania

sepu-nuku-sapite [self+mouth+copulation.] n. auto-fellatio -- the sucking of one's own sexual organs

sepu-nutu-kalene-kakate [self+death+agent+action.] n. suicide

sepu-sapite [self+copulation.] n. masturbation

sepu-sepu-kune [self+self+{opposite}.] n. each other

sepu-sisi [self+movement+{noun-modifier}.] adj. automatic

sepu-sisi [self+movement+{verb-modifier}.] adv. automatically

sepu-sisi-kasu [self+movement+cause+{verb}.] v. to automate

sepu-telule [self+fear.] n. autophobia

sese [From Indo-European *s(w)eks, in Arabic, Germanic (English, German, Dutch, et al), Romance (Spanish, Italian), Russian & auxilaries (Esperanto, Novial).] six -- the cardinal number that is the sum of five and one

Sese-kakute-tale-natinu-se [six+{sharp-object}+star+nation.] proper n. Israel

Sese-kakute-tale-se [six+{sharp-object}+star.] proper n. Star of David

sese-kelu-pe [six+four+person.] n. 64-year old -- a person who has experienced 64 but not 65 years since birth

sese-kune [six+{opposite}.] n. negative six, -6

sese-kutu-pe [six+eight+person.] n. 68-year old -- a person who has experienced 68 but not 69 years since birth

Sese-lili-se [six+world.] proper n. Saturn -- the sixth planet from the Sun

sese-nasini [six+vehicle.] n. six-cylinder motor vehicle

Sese-natinu-lete-se [six+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Massachusetts -- sixth state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Feb. 6, 1788

Sese-nelu-kune-tale-se [six+black+{opposite}+star.] proper n. Australia (AUS)

sese-nene-pe [six+nine+person.] n. 69-year old -- a person who has experienced 69 but not 70 years since birth

sese-nu-pe [six+one+person.] n. 61-year old -- a person who has experienced 61 but not 62 years since birth

sese-nupili [six+noble.] n. count/countess

sese-nupili-lele [six+noble+{masculine}.] n. count

sese-nupili-sesete [six+noble+{feminine}.] n. countess

sese-palana-kalese [six+plant+class.] n. genus

sese-pe [six+person.] n. six-year old -- a person who has experienced six but not seven years since birth

sese-pene-pe [six+five+person.] n. 65-year old -- a person who has experienced 65 but not 66 years since birth

sese-pete [six+foot.] n. insect -- small air-breathing arthropod of the class Insecta, with adult stage having three pairs of legs (c.f. sisp)

Sese-pile-tale-se [six+yellow+star.] proper n. Equatorial Guinea (GNQ)

sese-sanata-palise [six+hand+digit+{noun-modifier}.] adj. sexdactylous

sese-sata-kalese [six+animal+class.] n. genus

sese-sese-pe [six+six+person.] n. 66-year old -- a person who has experienced 66 but not 67 years since birth

sese-sete-pe [six+seven+person.] n. 67-year old -- a person who has experienced 67 but not 68 years since birth

sese-silu-pe [six+zero+person.] n. 60-year old -- a person who has experienced 60 but not 61 years since birth

sese-silu-pe [six+zero+person.] n. 70-year old -- a person who has experienced 70 but not 71 years since birth

Sese-sutale-kulepu-se [six+thread+body-of-water.] proper n. Darling River -- the longest river in Australia, flowing 2,739 km (1,702 mi) from the Great Dividing Range to the Murray River

sesete [From Russian /sistra/, "sister", and Romance /-esse/ (English -ess), with intial /s-/ occuring in words meaning "sister" in Mandarin Chinese and Hindi.] female -- a person or animal that belongs to the sex that has babies

sesete-kasese [{feminine}+{abstraction}.] n. femininity

sesete-kesinu [{feminine}+science.] n. inscrutable

sesete-nana [{feminine}+electricity.] n. negative electric charge

sesete-pina [{feminine}+plane.] n. cube -- a geometric solid consisting of six squares

sesete-telule [{feminine}+fear.] n. gynophobia

sesete-tile [{feminine}+body-part.] n. female anatomy

sese-ti-pe [six+three+person.] n. 63-year old -- a person who has experienced 63 but not 64 years since birth

sese-tuna [six+{augmentative}.] n. 60

sese-tu-pe [six+two+person.] n. 62-year old -- a person who has experienced 62 but not 63 years since birth

sesune [From Old French 'seison', extant in Russian /sizon/ and English 'season'.] season -- a multi-month period of time, esp. one of the natural periods into which the year is divided by the equinoxes and solstices or by atmospheric conditions

sesune-kelupe [season+group.] n. seasonal coalition -- a temporary group of people formed for a singular purpose to be completed within the season; examples: a summer theatre or performing troupe; organized migrant harvesters

sesune-pupi [season+people-group.] n. nomad -- a member of a people who have no permanent home but move about according to the seasons

seta [From 'set', extant in Hindi, English and Spanish.] set -- any number of objects or events aggregated together in a structured but nonserial fashion

seta-sakala [set+form+{noun-modifier}.] adj. in perfect order, neat, tidy

seta-sakala-kune [set+form+{opposite}+{noun-modifier}.] adj. unkempt -- characterized by absence of neatness

seta-sakala-kune-nesete [set+form+{opposite}+site.] n. pigsty -- an incredibly unkempt place

sete [From Indo-European *septm, extant in Arabic, Russian, Hindi, Spanish, Latin, Greek, German, Dutch, Italian, Esperanto, Novial, et al.] seven -- the cardinal number that is the sum of six and one

sete-kelu-pe [seven+four+person.] n. 74-year old -- a person who has experienced 74 but not 75 years since birth

sete-kulule-lunene [seven+color+light.] n. rainbow

sete-kune [seven+{opposite}.] n. negative seven, -7

sete-kutu-pe [seven+eight+person.] n. 78-year old -- a person who has experienced 78 but not 79 years since birth

Sete-lili-se [seven+world.] proper n. Uranus -- the seventh planet from the Sun

Sete-natinu-lete-se [seven+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Maryland -- seventh state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on April 28, 1788

Sete-nelu-kune-tale-se [seven+black+{opposite}+star.] proper n. Venezuela (VEN)

sete-nene-pe [seven+nine+person.] n. 79-year old -- a person who has experienced 79 but not 80 years since birth

sete-nu-pe [seven+one+person.] n. 71-year old -- a person who has experienced 71 but not 72 years since birth

sete-nupili [seven+noble.] n. baron/baronness

sete-nupili-lele [seven+noble+{masculine}.] n. baron

sete-nupili-sesete [seven+noble+{feminine}.] n. baronness

sete-palana-kalese [seven+plant+class.] n. species

sete-palise-nane [seven+digit+mammal.] n. tapir (Tapiridae)

sete-pe [seven+person.] n. seven-year old -- a person who has experienced seven but not eight years since birth

sete-pene-pe [seven+five+person.] n. 75-year old -- a person who has experienced 75 but not 76 years since birth

sete-sata-kalese [seven+animal+class.] n. species

sete-sese-pe [seven+six+person.] n. 76-year old -- a person who has experienced 76 but not 77 years since birth

sete-sete-pe [seven+seven+person.] n. 77-year old -- a person who has experienced 77 but not 78 years since birth

sete-sutale-kulepu [seven+thread+body-of-water.] n. the longest river in Antarctica, if there are any rivers there!

sete-ti-pe [seven+three+person.] n. 73-year old -- a person who has experienced 73 but not 74 years since birth

sete-tuna [seven+{augmentative}.] n. 70

sete-tunu-liku [seven+atom+liquid.] n. liquid nitrogen -- a supercool liquid state of nitrogen

sete-tu-pe [seven+two+person.] n. 72-year old -- a person who has experienced 72 but not 73 years since birth

seti [From Indo-European *sent-yo-, extant in English ('sentiment', 'sense', et al) and in Latin 'sentire', which itself is extant in Spanish, Italian, Esperanto, Novial, et al. Initial /s-/ in Hindi /sparsh/.] emotion, feeling -- the psychological feature of experiencing intense mental states, often accompanied by physiological reactions

seti-kane [emotion+sight+{noun-modifier}.] adj. emotionally perceptive -- having the ability to discern emotions by visual cues.

seti-kasese [emotion+{abstraction}.] n. heart, bosom -- the locus of feelings and intuitions

seti-kata-kalane [emotion+cut+communication-unit.] n. insult -- a rude expression intended to offend or hurt

setina [From Russian /stina/.] wall -- an architectural partition with a height and length greater than its thickness; used to divide or enclose an area

setina-kalane [wall+communication-unit.] n. graffiti

setina-kani [wall+garment.] n. armor, armour -- protective covering made of metal and used in combat

setina-kene [wall+hole.] n. window -- a framework of wood or metal that contains a glass windowpane and is built into a wall or roof to admit light or air

setina-kene-kunase [wall+hole+cloth.] n. curtain -- hanging cloth used as a blind

setina-lepeti [wall+reptile.] n. wall lizard (Lacerta muralis)

setina-nuni [wall+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. wall-less

setina-pakute [wall+weather.] n. front -- the atmospheric phenomenon created at the boundary between two different air masses

setina-sili [wall+bird.] n. wallcreeper (Tichodroma murina)

seti-nu [emotion+one.] n. empathy, emotional connection -- understanding and entering into another's feelings

seti-nuni [emotion+absence.] n. apathy

seti-puluni [emotion+full-container+{noun-modifier}.] adj. full of emotion -- having an emotional reaction that is as intense as possible.

seti-tile [emotion+body-part.] n. heart, bosom -- the locus of feelings and intuitions

sikala [From Arabic /haikal/.] frame -- a structure supporting or containing something

Sikala-kulisu-se [frame+wheel.] proper n. Unicycle

sikala-sunu-sinata [frame+sound+tool.] n. harp

sikala-tupe [frame+top.] n. lintel

sike [From English 'seek' /sik/, strengthened by Russian /isk/, with initial /s-/ in Mandarin Chinese /seu/ and in German, Esperanto and Novial forms.] search -- the activity of looking thoroughly in order to find something or someone

sikelu [From Russian /stiklo/.] glass -- a brittle supercooled liquid that is transparent or translucent

sikelu-lepeti [glass+reptile.] n. glass snake (Ophisaurus)

sikelu-nesetu [glass+nest.] n. aquarium -- a box with glass walls used for housing fish, rodents, or other small animals.

sikelu-nine [glass+fish.] n. glass catfish (Kryptopterus)

sikelu-sunu-sinata [glass+sound+tool.] n. glass harmonica

sikelu-tata [glass+amphibian.] n. glass frog (Centrolenella)

sike-susite [search+meaning.] n. quest

sikulu [From Latin 'circulus', extant in English 'circle', Spanish 'circulo' and with cognates in Dutch, Italian, Esperanto, Novial, itself ultimately from Greek 'kirkos', extant in Russian /krukl/.] circle -- a plane curve generated by one point moving at a constant distance from a fixed point

sikulu-kapina [circle+card.] n. the Zener card that has the circle on the face

sikulu-kaputa-kani-pina [circle+head+garment+plane.] n. beret -- a flat, round hat invented in France

sikulu-kasese [circle+{abstraction}.] n. loop, circuit, cycle -- any path, real or abstract, that goes back to its point of origin

sikulu-kasese-sule-tepuse [circle+{abstraction}+Sun+time.] n. year -- time around the sun

sikulu-kasese-tepuse [circle+{abstraction}+time.] n. period (of a cycle)

sikulu-kiki-sinata [circle+measure+tool.] n. protractor

sikulu-lepeti [circle+reptile.] n. turtle

sikulu-nanese [circle+meat.] n. hamburger -- a patty of meat, typically ground beef

sikulu-nanese-sane [circle+meat+bread.] n. hamburger bun -- a circular roll with a rounded top (sometimes with sesame seeds), typically eaten with a hamburger patty

sikulu-nasini [circle+vehicle.] n. helicopter

Sikulu-nasini-se [circle+vehicle.] proper n. Ferris wheel or rollercoaster

sikulu-nuku-nusika [circle+mouth+music.] n. whistle -- a musical note produced by rounding the lips and blowing

sikulu-nuku-nusika-sili [circle+mouth+music+bird.] n. whistler (Pachycephalinae)

sikulu-palate [circle+part.] n. slice, piece -- a share of something, especially a circular something ("a slice of pie")

sikulu-pitina [circle+mark.] n. polka dots

sikulu-pitina [circle+mark+{noun-modifier}.] adj. spotted -- marked or stained with spots

sikulu-pitina-kaneke-nasiku [circle+mark+shell+insect.] n. ladybug (family Coccinellidae)

sikulu-pitina-luna-sili [circle+mark+moon+bird.] n. spotted owl

sikulu-puna-nine-tuna [circle+form+fish+{augmentative}.] n. tuna

sikulu-sane [circle+bread.] n. bun -- a circular roll with a rounded top (sometimes with sesame seeds)

sikulu-sinata [circle+tool.] n. drill

sikulu-sisi [circle+movement+{verb}.] v. spin; gyrate -- to move around in a circular pattern

sikulu-sisi-kaneke-nasiku [circle+movement+shell+insect.] n. whirligig beetle (family Gyrinidae)

sikulu-sisi-kelepe-patate [circle+movement+play+object.] n. top; whirligig -- a toy that is pressed down on to induce an aesthetically interesting spinning movement

sikulu-sunu-sinata [circle+sound+tool.] n. cymbal

sikune [all-sides+{verb}.] v. S is around O.

sikune [From Spanish /sirkund/.] all sides, all around -- in close to all sides from all directions [prep. Around]

sikune-kalane [all-sides+communication-unit.] n. ambassadorial note

sikune-kaletela-kasese [all-sides+road+{abstraction}.] n. circuit

sikune-kesinu [all-sides+science.] n. geometry

sikune-kune-na [all-sides+{opposite}+{preposition}.] postp. among -- position preposition

sikune-kune-natinu-pusata [all-sides+{opposite}+nation+mail.] n. international mail

sikune-kune-nunete [all-sides+{opposite}+mountain.] n. valley -- a long lowland between mountains or hills

sikune-kune-sisi-na [all-sides+{opposite}+movement+{preposition}.] postp. through, across -- motion preposition

sikune-kune-tepuse [all-sides+{opposite}+time+{verb}.] v. during the time -- clause conjunction

sikune-kune-tepuse-na [all-sides+{opposite}+time+{preposition}.] postp. during -- time preposition

sikune-lepeti [all-sides+reptile.] n. python, boa (Boidae)

sikune-lepeti-tuna [all-sides+reptile+{augmentative}.] n. python (genus Python)

sikune-na [all-sides+{preposition}.] postp. around -- position preposition

sikune-sisi-na [all-sides+movement+{preposition}.] postp. along -- motion preposition

sikune-sunu [around+sound.] n. surround sound -- multi-channel stereophonic sound system

sikune-tepuse [all-sides+time+{verb}.] v. around the time -- clause conjunction

sikune-tepuse-na [all-sides+time+{preposition}.] postp. around (approximately) -- time preposition

sila [From Arabic /silah/.] weapon -- instrument used in fighting or hunting

sileke [From common /silk/ form, ultimately from the Mandarin Chinese /si/ and extant in Basque 'ziriko', Bengali 'silk', Danish 'silke', English 'silk', Esperanto 'silko', Finnish 'silkki', Hausa 'siliki', Hindi '/silk/', Hungarian 'selyem', Icelandic 'silki', Lithuanian 's^ilkas', Mandarin Chinese '/si/', Norwegian 'silke', Novial 'silke', Russian 'sholk', Sepedi 'silika', Swati 'silig.a', Swazi 'siliga', Swedish 'silke', Tamil 'silki', Tongan 'silika', Ukrainian 'shovk', Yoruba 'si'lii`'k1`' and Zulu 'usilika'. Initial /s-/ Spanish, Italian, German and Dutch forms. Source: Leo Moser, The Acadon System.] silk -- a fabric from the fine threads produced by certain insect larvae

sileke-kesinu [silk+science.] n. sericulture

Sileke-luke-se [silk+allium.] proper n. Chinese chive, Oriental garlic, garlic chive -- eastern Asian herb Allium tuberosum, which has flat leaves, little white flowers and long fibrous bulbs

sileke-nasiku [silk+insect.] n. silkworm -- moth larva raised for its ability to make silk

sileke-nasiku [silk+insect.] n. silkworm moth

sileke-nasiku-kalape-sake [silk+insect+change+sack.] n. cocoon -- a silken pupa produced by many lepidopterans

sileke-nasiku-kita-palana [silk+insect+food+plant.] n. mulberry -- a plant of the family Moraceae, forming most of the diet of silkworms

sileke-nasiku-palana [silk+insect+plant.] n. mulberry -- a plant of the family Moraceae, forming most of the diet of silkworms (c.f. silcsispgidpant)

Sileke-natinu-se [silk+nation.] proper n. China

sileke-sake-nasiku [silk+sack+insect.] n. caddisfly (order Trichoptera)

sileke-sili [silk+bird.] n. waxwing (Bombycillidae)

sileke-sunu-sinata [silk+sound+tool.] n. koto

sileke-tile [silk+body-part.] n. silk glands -- the glands of a spider that produce web material

silene [From Russian /siln/.] strong object -- something with great capacity to do work or cause physical change [scalar]

silene-kasese [{strong-object}+{abstraction}.] n. force

silene-kasese [{strong-object}+{abstraction}.] n. strength, force -- the capacity to do work or cause physical change; energy or active power [scalar

silene-kasese-kiki [{strong-object}+{abstraction}+measure.] n. newton (N)

silene-kasese-tunu-lete [{strong-object}+{abstraction}+atom+{diminutive}.] n. boson -- particles that generate forces

silene-kune [{strong-object}+{opposite}.] n. weak object -- something with little capacity to do work or cause physical change [scalar

silene-kune [{strong-object}+{opposite}.] n. weakness -- flaw or weak point

silene-kune-silene-kasese [{strong-object}+{opposite}+{strong-object}+{abstraction}.] n. weak nuclear (as in nucleus) force

silene-luke [{strong-object}+allium.] n. garlic

silene-nalake [{strong-object}+milk.] n. cream

silene-pina-nasiku [{strong-object}+plane+insect.] n. cockroach (suborder Blattaria)

silene-silene-kasese [{strong-object}+{strong-object}+{abstraction}.] n. strong nuclear (as in nucleus) force

silene-sukulate-katipa [{strong-object}+chocolate+bar.] n. power bar -- a flavored chocolate bar with nutritional supplements designed to provide quick energy to high-training athletes (such as the tigermalactbar, of course!)

silene-suna [strong object+choice.] n. dilemma, quandary -- state of uncertainty or perplexity especially as requiring a choice between equally unfavorable options

silene-tanani-kasese [{strong-object}+{expensive-object}+{abstraction}.] n. gluon -- mediating particle of strong force

silene-tenali [strong object+money.] n. investment, investment funds -- money that is invested with an expectation of profit

silene-tuna [{strong-object}+{augmentative}.] n. strong -- having strength or power greater than average or expected [aj

silete [From English 'shield', from Germanic *skelduz, extant in German, Dutch, Novial, et al., and borrowed into Spanish as 'escudo'. Initial /sh-/ sound in Italian 'schermo' and Esperanto 's^ermilo'. ] shield -- a protective structure or device, esp. one used by warriors

silete-kani [shield+garment.] n. armor, armour -- protective covering made of metal and used in combat

Silete-kasese-tu-lanese-se [shield+{abstraction}+two+spear.] proper n. Kenya (KEN)

silete-kunuse [shield+cone.] n. cone -- protective cone placed around the neck of an animal to keep it from scratching out its stitches

silete-kupute [shield+computer.] n. firewall machine -- a dedicated gateway computer implementing security precautions to safeguard the network while offering access to outside the network

silete-sunu-sinata [shield+sound+tool.] n. gong

sili [From Hindi /shiryi/, with initial /shi-/ in Mandarin Chinese.] bird -- warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrates of the class Aves characterized by feathers and forelimbs modified as wings

sili-kalane [bird+communication-unit.] n. bird song

sili-kesinu [bird+science.] n. ornithology

sili-lete [bird+{diminutive}.] n. warbler, etc. -- general word for small songbirds

sili-nane [bird+mammal.] n. platypus, duckbill, duckbilled platypus, duck-billed platypus, Ornithorhynchus anatinus -- small densely furred aquatic monotreme of Australia and Tasmania having a broad bill and tail and webbed feet; only species in the family Ornithorhynchidae

sili-nasi [bird+machine.] n. airplane

sili-nesetu-paneka-palana [bird+nest+reserve+plant.] n. bird's-nest cactus

sili-pusiti-nenu-nane [bird+monotreme.] n. platypus, duckbill, duckbilled platypus, duck-billed platypus, Ornithorhynchus anatinus -- small densely furred aquatic monotreme of Australia and Tasmania having a broad bill and tail and webbed feet; only species in the family Ornithorhynchidae

sili-sunu-sinata [bird+sound+tool.] n. flute

sili-tuna [bird+{augmentative}.] n. emu, Australian bird like the ostrich but slightly smaller. Unlike the ostrich, the emu is easily domesticated and ranched, esp. in the US and Australia

silu [From Arabic /sifr/, extant in Hindi /sifar/, Spanish 'cero', Italian 'zero', English 'zero', Novial 'sero'.] zero -- a mathematical element that when added to another number yields the same number

siluke [From Russian /shirok/, with /sh-r/ in Hindi /shaur/.] wide object -- something with relatively great extent from side to side [scalar]

siluke-kasese [{wide-object}+{abstraction}.] n. width -- extent of something from side to side [scalar

siluke-kiki-kasese [{wide-object}+measure+{abstraction}.] n. width

siluke-kune [{wide-object}+{opposite}.] n. narrow object -- something with relatively minor extent from side to side [scalar

siluke-nuku-sili [{wide-object}+mouth+bird.] n. broadbill (Eurylaimidae)

siluke-sikelu [wide object+glass.] n. display window, shopwindow, show window -- a window of a store facing onto the street; used to display merchandise for sale in the store

siluke-tile [{wide-object}+body-part+{noun-modifier}.] adj. obese

siluke-tile-kunete [{wide-object}+body-part+condition.] n. obesity

silu-nilite [zero+military.] n. pacifism -- the belief that all international disputes can be settled by arbitration

silu-pe [zero+person.] n. baby -- a person who has experienced less than one year since birth

silu-pete [zero+foot.] n. legless lizard (c.f. nagbezrept)

silu-pete [zero+foot.] n. snake (c.f. sirpedrept)

silu-pete [zero+foot.] n. worm -- various invertebrates without obvious legs, with a long, flexible body, such as those of the phyla Annelida, Nematoda, Nemertea or Platyhelminthes

silu-pete [zero+foot.] n. worm

silu-pete-kunane-sili [zero+foot+eating+bird.] n. robin

silu-pete-lepeti [zero+foot+reptile.] n. legless lizard

silu-pete-lepeti [zero+foot+reptile.] n. snake

silu-pete-nine [zero+foot+fish.] n. loach (family Cobitidae)

silu-pete-pata-sane [zero+foot+water+bread.] n. vermicelli

silu-pete-sakala-lepeti [zero+foot+form+reptile.] n. amphisbaenid; worm-lizard (genus Amphisbaena)

silu-pete-sata [zero+foot+animal.] n. worm

silu-pete-tile [zero+foot+body-part.] n. appendix -- the vestigial digestive organ in humans

silu-sikulu-kasese [zero+circle+{abstraction}+{noun-modifier}.] adj. acyclic

sinata [From Hindi /shimta/, with initial /sh-/ in Mandarin Chinese and in Russian (in /shipsi/, "tongs").] tool, utensil, implement -- an apparatus for practical use (esp. in a household)

sine [From Sona /shin/.] scale -- a scale of intensity, amount or quantity

sine-kalane [scale+communication-unit.] n. degree

sine-kapina [scale+card.] n. survey card

sine-kupi-lalu-sisana [scale+copy+iron+horse.] n. model railroad

sipe [Blend of Mandarin Chinese /jiie/ and English 'job'.] task, work, chore, job, assignment -- a specific piece of work done as a duty or for a fee

sipe-kasese [task+{abstraction}.] n. used exclusively for advanced mathematics finals

sipe-kesinu [task+science.] n. engineering -- a systematic study of work or specific tasks

sipe-kesinu [task+science.] n. ergonomics

sipe-kune [task+{opposite}.] n. enjoyable task; a labor of love. Most often used by the Dublex counterpart to Tony Robbins

sipe-lete [task+{diminutive}.] n. word mothers use to describe to children the act of making their beds, wives use to describe to their husbands the act of mowing the lawn, and husbands use to describe to their wives the act of - well, never mind

sipe-nike [task+worker.] n. technician -- a professional or skilled worker of specific tasks

sipe-nuni [task+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. lazy

sipe-pupilike [task+public good.] n. civil service -- those branches of government work that are not judicial, legislative or military; such workers are usually hired on the basis of competitive examinations

sipe-telule [task+fear.] n. ergophobia

sipe-tuna [task+{augmentative}.] n. word children use to describe making their beds, husbands use to describe mowing the lawn, ... etc. Also used to describe the fuest (c.f.) by the guy who has to clean up afterwords

sisana [Arabic /hisan/, with initial /h-/ in English 'horse'.] horse, Equus caballus -- solid-hoofed herbivorous quadruped domesticated since prehistoric times

sisana-kalane [horse+communication-unit.] n. horselaugh

sisana-kesinu [horse+science.] n. equine science

sisana-kupate-nike [horse+fight+worker.] n. horseman -- a warrior who rides on horseback

Sisana-kupate-nike-natinu-se [horse+fight+worker+nation.] proper n. Mongolia

sisana-lapati-nike [horse+washing/cleaning+professional.] n. stableman, stableboy, groom, hostler, ostler -- someone employed in a stable to take care of the horses

sisana-lete-nala [horse+{diminutive}+disparagement.] n. burro -- a small donkey, esp. one used for a pack animal

sisana-nasini [horse+vehicle.] n. carriage -- horse-drawn open vehicle

sisana-nasini [horse+vehicle.] n. carriage

sisana-nine [horse+fish.] n. seahorse -- a kind of fish with a head resembling that of a horse.

sisana-pakale [horse+bovine.] n. roan antelope (Hippotragus)

sisana-pete-sasute [horse+foot+container.] n. horseshoe -- a U-shaped metal shoe for a horse

sisana-piku-sutale-palana [horse+buttock+thread+plant.] n. horsetail -- a plant of the division Equisetophyta, with bamboo-like segments joined together with several needles coming out of the joints

sisana-salane-nasiku [horse+{decay}+insect.] n. horse fly (genus Tabanus)

sisana-sanate-nasini [horse+freeze+vehicle.] n. sleigh

sisana-sutale [horse+thread.] n. reins

sisana-telule [horse+fear.] n. hippophobia

sisana-tikile [horse+tiger+{noun-modifier}.] adj. disordered -- all jumbled up (c.f. posgurpmala)

sise [From Latin 'systema', extant in Russian, Spanish, English, et al.] system -- a group of interrelated but independent elements comprising a unified whole

sise-kesinu [system+science.] n. systems analysis

Sise-nunene-kalene-se [system+name+agent.] proper n. Felix Wan (love those systematic approach)

sisi [Unknown origin.] movement -- the act of changing one's location from one place to another

sisi-kala [movement+art.] n. animation -- motion graphics, usually the making of animated cartoons

sisi-kalane [movement+communication-unit.] n. quantum step

sisi-kapina-kitapa [movement+card+book.] n. flip-book

sisi-kasese [movement+abstraction.] n. move -- a player's turn to move a piece or take some other permitted action

sisi-kesinu [movement+science.] n. kinematics

sisi-kiki-kasese [movement+measure+{abstraction}.] n. displacement

sisi-kune-kunune-lete [movement+{opposite}+communication+{diminutive}.] n. sign (a eritten or iconographic message staying at one place)

sisi-kune-sanata [movement+{opposite}+hand.] n. catch -- stop the motion of and seize in the hands [v

sisi-nuka [movement+limb.] n. leg

sisi-nuka-lete-sili [movement+limb+{diminutive}+bird.] n. wagtail, pipit (Motacillidae)

sisi-nuka-suli [movement+limb+connection.] n. knee

sisi-nune-sapili [movement+negation+ability.] n. paralysis -- the inability to move

sisi-nuni [movement+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. sedentary

sisi-nuni-sata [movement+absence+animal.] n. sponge

sisi-sapili [movement+ability.] n. mobility -- the potential of moving

sisi-sila [movement+weapon.] n. shooter -- a device that propels something through the air, used as a weapon

sisi-tile [movement+body-part.] n. muscle

sisi-tile-kutule [movement+body-part+control.] n. motor control

su [Unknown origin.] {postposition}

sukala [From Hindi /shukra/ and Arabic /shukr/, with initial /sh-/ in Mandarin Chinese /shye/.] thanks -- an acknowledgement of appreciation

sukala-kalane [thanks+communication-unit.] n. thank-you note

sukala-kasese [thanks+{abstraction}.] n. gratitude motaor [motor/diminutive] battery

sukala-kune [thanks+{opposite}.] n. mild oath in retaliation for an insult or injustice

sukala-lete [thanks+{diminutive}.] n. a token of appreciation

sukala-nuni-pe [thanks+absence+person.] n. ingrate

sukala-pusata [thanks+mail.] n. thank-you note -- a written and mailed expression of gratitude

sukala-senuse [thanks+sense.] n. gratitude

Sukala-tine-se [thanks+day.] proper n. Thanksgiving

sukala-tine-sili [thanks+day+bird.] n. turkey (Meleagris gallopavo)

sukala-tuna [thanks+{augmentative}.] n. a celebration paying tribute to a person's achievements

sukale [From Arabic 'sukar', from Sanskrit /sharkara/, extant in Russian, Hindi, Romance (Spanish, Italian, French, et al), Germanic (English, German, Dutch, et al), auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial, et al).] sugar -- a white crystalline carbohydrate, C12H22O11, used as a sweetener and preservative

sukale-kiki-sinata [sugar+measure+tool.] n. saccharometer

sukale-liku [sugar+liquid.] n. syrup -- any sweet, viscous condiment

sukale-liku-sasale [sugar+liquid+tree.] n. maple -- a tree of the family Aceraceae used primarily for syrup

Sukale-liku-sasale-natinu-se [sugar+liquid+tree+nation.] proper n. Canada

sukale-lupete-sepe-nane [sugar+air+pocket+mammal.] n. sugar glider (Petaurus breviceps)

sukale-nuku-senuse [sugar+mouth+sense.] n. sweet, sweetness, sugariness -- the taste experience when sugar dissolves in the mouth

sukale-nuni [sugar+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. sugarless

sukale-palana [sugar+plant.] n. sugarcane -- plant of the genus Saccharum

sukale-palana-nusike [sugar+plant+rodent.] n. cane rat (Thryonomys)

sukale-palana-tata [sugar+plant+amphibian.] n. cane toad (Bufo marinus)

sukale-sane-pina [sugar+bread+plane.] n. pancake

sukale-satale-kune [sugar+{fast-object}+{opposite}.] n. molasses -- a very dense form of syrup

sukale-sili [sugar+bird.] n. sugarbird (Promerops)

sukesita [From Hindi /surkshit/, from Latin 'securitas', extant in Spanish and English.] safety, security -- state of being free from danger or injury

sukesita-pusata [safety+mail.] n. certified? insured? --

suki [From Hindi /suki/, with initial /s-/ in Arabic /said/ and Russian /sshasfliv/.] happiness -- state of well-being characterised by emotions ranging from contentment to intense joy

suki-kune [happiness+{opposite}.] n. unhappiness

suki-kune-nuku [happiness+{opposite}+mouth.] n. frown

suki-nesete [happiness+site.] n. paradise

suki-nesete-sili [happiness+site+bird.] n. bird of paradise (Paradisaeidae)

suki-nuku [happiness+mouth.] n. smile

suki-nuku [happiness+mouth+{preposition}+{opposite}.] n. :-) -- Internet emoticon symbolizing gladness and mirth

suki-pusiti [happiness+{preposition}+{opposite}.] interj. I express happiness -- state of well-being characterised by emotions ranging from contentment to intense joy

suki-senuse [happiness+sense.] n. pleasure -- a fundamental feeling that is hard to define but that people desire to experience

suki-sili [happiness+bird.] n. canary

sukulate [Derived from Nahuatl 'xocolatl' and extant in every major language, including Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, English, Hindi, Russian, Norwegian 'sjokolade', Spanish, Swedish 'chokolad', Italian, French, German, Dutch, Esperanto and Novial.] chocolate -- food made from roasted ground cacao beans

sukulate-kapina [chocolate+card.] n. would this be one of those annoying brochures and other cards they always stick above the bubble wrap in a box of See's chocolates?

sukulate-katipa [chocolate+bar.] n. chocolate bar -- a rectangular piece of flavored chocolate

sukulate-liku [chocolate+liquid.] n. hot chocolate; cocoa

sukulate-palana [chocolate+plant.] n. cacao -- the plant of the genus Theobroma from which chocolate is derived

sula [From Latin 'hora', extant in Hindi, Romance (Spanish, Italian, French), English ('hour'), auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial).] hour -- a time period of 60 minutes

sula-kalane [hour+communication-unit.] n. chimes or bells signally the hour

sulala [From Arabic /sulala/.] offspring -- immediate descendant(s)

sulala-kesinu [offspring+science.] n. heredity

sulala-nasini [offspring+vehicle.] n. baby carriage, pram

sulala-nuku-tata [offspring+mouth+amphibian.] n. gastric-breeding frog (Rhinoderma darwinii)

sula-palate [hour+part.] n. minute

sula-sunu-sinata [hour+sound+tool.] n. clock chimes

sule [From Latin 'sol' (and Spanish and Italian descendents), itself descended from Indo-European *sawel-, extant in Russian, Hindi, Germanic (English, German, Dutch) and auxilaries (Esperanto, Novial). Mnemonic: solar.] Sun -- the star that the Earth revolves around

sule-kesinu [Sun+science.] n. heliology

sule-kisa [Sun+story.] n. cosmology, cosmogony -- myth or science that explains the origins and structure of the universe

sule-kulule [Sun+color.] n. gold color

sule-kulule [Sun+color+{noun-modifier}.] adj. golden

sule-kupe [sun+cover.] n. parasol -- a lightweight handheld collapsible canopy, typically used for protection from the sun

sule-lanase-lepeti [Sun+{long-object}+reptile.] n. sunbeam snake (Xenopeltis)

sule-liku [Sun+liquid.] n. plasma -- the quasi-liquid matter found in the Sun

Sule-nasala-natula-se [Sun+source+nature.] proper n. Japan

sule-nasini [Sun+vehicle.] n. orbiter -- any spacecraft in a solar orbit

sule-netale [Sun+metal.] n. gold

Sule-netale-natinu-lete-se [Sun+metal+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. California

sule-nine [Sun+fish.] n. sunfish (Mola)

sule-pulase [Sun+hair+{verb}.] v. S is a blonde

Sule-pulase-nale-kune-se [Sun+hair+ocean+{opposite}.] proper n. Europe

Sule-pulase-natinu-kelupe-se [Sun+hair+nation+group.] proper n. Scandinavia

sule-pulase-pe [Sun+hair+person.] n. blonde

sule-salana-sepete [Sun+direction+flower.] n. heliotrope -- a plant of the genus Heliotropa

sule-salape-kune [Sun+{old-object}+{opposite}.] n. nova (c.f. bombsol)

sule-sepete [Sun+flower.] n. sunflower -- a tall+growing flower of the genus Helianthus with a black pollen center, orden grown for the nutritional value of its seeds

sule-seta [Sun+set.] n. constellation -- a group of linked stars supposed by humans to form a picture

sule-sikulu-kasese-tepuse [Sun+circle+{abstraction}+time.] n. year -- time around the sun

sule-sili [Sun+bird.] n. sunbird (Nectariniidae)

sule-sise [sun+system.] n. solar system -- a sun with the celestial bodies that revolve around it in its gravitational field

sule-sule-kune [Sun+Sun+{opposite}.] n. celestial body

sule-telule [Sun+fear.] n. heliophobia

Sule-tine-se [Sun+day.] proper n. Sunday

suli [From Hindi /zhor/, with initial /zh-/ in Mandarin Chinese /zhye/.] connection, joint -- the shape or manner in which things come together and a connection is made

suli-kali-seta [connection+word+set.] n. compound dictionary -- the list of Dublex words formed from roots

suli-pitakesulina-puna [connection+alphabet+form.] n. cursive -- a style of writing in which all the letters in each word are connected to the previous and following letters

sulisuna [From Latin 'horizon', extant in Romance (Spanish, Italian), Germanic (English, German, Dutch) and auxilaries (Esperanto, Novial).] horizontal -- something, such as a line, a plane or an object, that is parallel to or in the plane of the horizon or base line

sulisuna-nasini [horizontal+vehicle.] n. hovercraft

Sulisuna-netu-lili-natinu-se [horizontal+middle+world+nation.] proper n. Ecuador

Sulisuna-netu-lili-se [horizontal+middle+world.] proper n. Equator

sulisuna-pete-kalute [horizontal+foot+dog.] n. bear (Ursidae)

suna [From Hindi /shuna/ and Mandarin Chinese /shuan/.] choice -- the act of choosing or selecting

suna-kalane [choice+communication-unit.] n. communication of a decision that has been made

suna-kesinu [choice+science.] n. game theory

suna-kulepe [choice+oscillation.] n. indecision, indecisiveness, irresolution -- doubt concerning two or more possible alternatives or courses of action

sunane [From Spanish and English 'human', and Hindi /manav/.] human, human being -- any living or extinct member of the family Hominidae

sunane-kalane [human+communication-unit.] n. voice

sunane-kesinu [human+science.] n. anthropology

sunane-kunane [human+eating.] n. cannibalism

sunane-nasini [human+vehicle.] n. sedan chair

sunane-nuni [human+absence.] n. nature; the state of being untouched by sapient civilization

sunane-pala [human+fruit.] n. baby

sunane-pine-salane-nasiku [human+building+{decay}+insect.] n. housefly (genus Musca)

sunane-pitakesulina-kaki [human+alphabet+performance.] n. the formation of one's body into the shape of a letter

sunane-sata-sapite [human+animal+copulation.] n. bestiality -- sexual intercourse between a human and an animal

sunane-sunu-sinata [human+sound+tool.] n. singing voice, choir

sunane-susitu-kiki [human+substitute+measure.] n. genotype compatibility

sunane-telule [human+fear.] n. anthropophobia

Suna-pe-tesu-sise-se [choice+person+god+system.] proper n. Judaism -- the monotheistic religion of the Jews; based on the Old Testament and the Talmud

sune [From Latin 'summa', extant in Russian, Hindi, Spanish, Italian, English, Esperanto and Novial.] total, sum, aggregate -- a quantity obtained by division

sune [total+{noun-modifier}.] adj. all

sune-kesinu [total+science.] n. holistics

sune-tepuse [all+time.] n. eternity, infinity, forever -- time without end

sune-tepuse [total+time+{verb-modifier}.] adv. always

sunu [From Italian /suono/.] sound -- the particular auditory effect produced by a given cause

sunu-kapina [sound+card.] n. sound card -- a card installed in some older computers

sunu-kelupe [sound+group.] n. syllable

sunu-kelupe-pitakesulina [sound+group+alphabet.] n. syllabary -- a writing system in which each letter represents one syllable

sunu-kesinu [sound+science.] n. acoustics

sunu-kiki [sound+measure.] n. tone, pitch -- property of sound that varies with the frequency of vibration

sunu-kiki-sinata [sound+measure+tool.] n. audiometer

sunu-kisa [sound+story.] n. opera, rock opera, musical, ballad, concept album -- any song or group of songs that tellls a story

sunu-kitapa [sound+book.] n. a talking book such as a children's book with animal noises

sunu-ku [sound+violence.] n. gansta rap

sunu-ku [sound+violence.] n. rap music

sunu-nala [sound+disparagement.] n. noise - sound of any kind (esp. unintelligible or dissonant sound)

sunu-nasini [sound+vehicle.] n. sound truck -- truck having loudspeakers, usually on top, for broadcasting political or commercial messages

sunu-nuni [sound+absence.] n. silence -- absence of sound

sunu-pepe [sound+creation.] n. utter -- express audibly, emit sounds (not necessarily words) [v

Sunu-pitakesulina-se [sound+alphabet.] proper n. International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA)

sunu-pusata [sound+mail.] n. voicemail --

sunu-sapite [sound+copulation.] n. phone sex -- simulated sexual intercourse over a telephone

sunuse [From Latin /somnus/, extant in Spanish and in English 'somnolent', 'insomnia'. With initial /s-/ strengthened by Hindi /so/, Russian /spat/, Germanc 'schlafen' and Dutch 'slapen'.] sleep -- a natural and periodic state of rest during which consciousness of the world is suspended

sunuse-kali [sleep+word.] n. soporific, hypnotic -- a word or phrase that induces sleep

sunuse-kane [sleep+sight.] n. dream

sunuse-kanela [sleep+room.] n. bedroom

sunuse-kune [sleep+{opposite}+{noun-modifier}.] adj. awake, conscious -- being aware of and responsive to one's surroundings.

sunuse-lete [sleep+{diminutive}.] n. nap -- a brief period of light sleep.

sunuse-lete [sleep+{diminutive}+{verb}.] v. rest; repose -- to lie inactively for bodily refreshment without falling asleep

sunuse-lulu [sleep+excess.] n. hypersomnia

sunuse-nalake [sleep+milk.] n. sleeping draught

sunuse-nasini [sleep+vehicle.] n. camper

sunuse-nati [sleep+matter.] n. ocular secretion -- hard solid residue that forms around the eyes overnight

sunuse-nesete [sleep+site.] n. bed

sunuse-nesete-nasiku [sleep+site+insect.] n. bedbug

sunuse-neti-kalene [sleep+mind+agent+{verb}.] v. hypnotize

sunuse-neti-sasala [sleep+mind+event.] n. dream -- a vision while sleeping

sunuse-nupile [sleep+furniture.] n. bed

sunu-senuse [sound+sense.] n. hearing -- the auditory faculty

sunu-senuse [sound+sense.] n. hearing

sunu-senuse [sound+sense+{verb}.] v. hear

sunu-senuse-nuni [sound+sense+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. deaf

sunuse-nusike [sleep+rodent.] n. dormouse

sunuse-sapili-nuni [sleep+ability+absence.] n. insomnia -- the inability to fall asleep

sunuse-sapite [sleep+copulation.] n. wet dream -- sexual arousal during a male's sleep to release excessive semen

sunuse-sinata [sleep+tool.] n. pillow -- a cushion to support the head of a sleeping person

sunuse-sisi [sleep+movement.] n. sleepwalking, somnambulism, noctambulism -- walking by a person who is asleep

sunuse-sunu [sleep+sound.] n. snoring-- the sound produced by breath while sleeping in some people

sunuse-telule [sleep+fear.] n. hypnophobia

sunuse-tepuse [sleep+time.] n. bedtime

sunuse-tuna [sleep+{augmentative}.] n. coma -- an extended period of deep unconsciousness.

sunu-sinata [sound+tool.] n. musical instrument -- a device used for creating musical sounds

sunu-tile [sound+body-part.] n. ear -- the organ of hearing

sunu-tile [sound+body-part.] n. ear -- the sense organ for hearing and equilibrium

sunu-tile [sound+body-part.] n. ear

sunu-tile-nulute [sound+body-part+hammer.] n. the hammer of the ear

sunu-tile-pata-sane [sound+body-part+water+bread.] n. orecchietti (sp?)

sunu-tuna [sound+{augmentative}.] n. noise, loud sound

sunu-tupuse-tile [sound+tube+body-part.] n. vocal cord

supaka [From Arabic /shubak/, with initial /sh-/ in Mandarin Chinese /shuan/.] opening, aperture -- an opening into something that goes completely through it [contrast 'cand']

supaka-kalane [opening+communication-unit.] n. welcome mat?

supaka-kalene [opening+agent+{verb}.] v. open

supaka-kalene-sapili-kapina [opening+agent+ability+card.] n. greeting card --- any folded card opened to read a message witten inside, such as a birthday card, a Christmas card, etc.

supaka-kapina [opening+card.] n. punch card -- a card with holes punched in certain places to be read by a computer

supaka-kula [hole+sphere.] n. bead -- a small ball with a hole through the middle

supaka-kula-kanete [bead+fastener+{v.}.] v. bead -- string together like beads

supaka-kulete-kanete [bead+thread+{v.}.] v. bead -- decorate by sewing beads onto

supaka-kune-kalene [opening+{opposite}+agent+{verb}.] v. close, shut

supaka-kune-kalene-sinata [opening+{opposite}+agent+tool.] n. lock

supaka-lete [opening+{diminutive}.] n. pore

supaka-pitakesulina-palate [opening+alphabet+part.] n. a letter (as A, B, O, P, Q, g, e) that has at least one line that is completely closed

supele [From Latin 'super-', "over", {augmentative}, extant in English and the Romance languages.] superlative -- something of the highest level of excellence

supele-liku-kalape-tile [superlative+liquid+change+body-part.] n. liver -- the largest gland in the vertebrate body

supele-neti [superlative+mind.] n. intelligence

supele-neti [superlative+mind+{noun-modifier}.] adj. intelligent

supele-neti [superlative+mind+{verb}.] v. S is intelligent about O.

supete [From Russian /stup/ and English /step/.] step -- any manoeuver made as part of progress toward a goal

supete-kulepu [step+body of water.] n. waterfall, falls -- a steep descent of the water of a river

supete-sisi [step+movement.] n. step -- the act of changing location by raising the foot and setting it down

susinu [From Indo-European *sue-ino-, extant in English 'swine', Russian 'svin', Hindi 'swar', German 'Schwein', et al.] pig, hog, Sus scrofa -- domestic swine

susinu-kani [pig+garment.] n. pig suit -- a garment worn by a pig

susinu-lapati-nasi [swine+washing/cleaning+machine.] n. hogwash -- a machine for washing swine

susinu-lete [pig+{diminutive}.] n. pig, hog, Sus scrofa -- domestic swine

susinu-nelike [pig+deer.] n. hog deer (Cervus porcinus)

susinu-nine [pig+fish.] n. humuhumunukunukuapua'a

susite [From Hindi /sushit/, with initial /s-/ in Latin 'signum', extant in Spanish, English, et al.] meaning -- the message intended or expressed

susite-kalane [meaning+communication-unit.] n. morpheme

susite-kani [meaning+garment.] n. insignia, badge -- an emblem (especially a small piece of cloth, though could be made of plastic or metal) that signifies status (rank or membership or affiliation etc.)

susite-kasu-kune [meaning+cause+{opposite}.] n. consequence -- a deliberately meted and often artificial consequence

susite-kesinu [meaning+science.] n. semantics

susite-kune [meaning+{opposite}.] n. malady, sickness

susite-nuni [meaning+absence.] n. randomness

susite-nuni-kali [meaning+absence+word+{verb}.] v. babble -- to utter unintelligible chitchat

susite-pitakesulina [meaning+alphabet.] n. iconography -- any system of writing (as Chinese characters) in which each character denotes a semantic meaning rather than representing a phoneme

susite-tesite [meaning+desire.] n. the search for meaning

susitu [From Spanish 'sustitución', with cognates in English, et al.] substitute -- something that takes the place of another temporarily

susitu-luka [substitute+rock.] n. concrete -- a strong hard building material composed of sand and gravel and cement and water

susitu-luka-pulefe [substitute+rock+dust.] n. cement -- a building material that is a powder made of a mixture of calcined limestone and clay; used with water and sand or gravel to make concrete and mortar

susitu-tikune [substitute+offer.] n. counteroffer -- an offer made by someone who has rejected a prior offer

susu [Unknown origin.] responsibility, liability, accountability -- the state of being legally obliged and responsible

susu-lete [responsibility+{diminutive}.] n. general term for a lesser debt of honour in Scandanavian sagas, calling for a forfeit of property or money rather than death of the offender; by extension a small task which one is obliged to perform

susu-lete [responsibility+{diminutive}+{verb}.] v. to discharage a lesser debt of honor (e.g., "What are you doing this evening?" "Nothing much, just raesping, gotta babysit my little sister."

susu-sasape [responsibility+companion.] n. spouse, partner, married person, mate, better half -- a person's partner in marriage

susu-telule [responsibility+fear.] n. hypengyophobia

sutale [From Sanskrit 'sutram', "thread", and Latin 'sutus', past participle of 'suere', "to sew" (extant in English 'suture'), all ultimately from Indo-European *syu-, "to bind, to sew". (Inspired by Acadon 'sutra'.)] thread, filament -- something shaped like a long thin line, with its width almost insignificant compared to its length

sutale-kaluka [thread+peripheral.] n. cable

sutale-kaputa-kani-pina [thread+head+garment+plane.] n. mortarboard -- the flat, tasseled cap worn by professors or students participating in a graduation ceremony

sutale-kasese-pulase-pusiti [thread+{abstraction}+hair+position.] n. pigtail(s); braid(s); a hairstyle consisting of several locks of hair that have been styled by intertwining like rope

sutale-kulepu [thread+body-of-water.] n. river, tributary

sutale-kulepu-lete [thread+body-of-water+{diminutive}.] n. stream

Sutale-kulepu-natinu-se [thread+body-of-water+nation.] proper n. Brazil

sutale-kulepu-satana [thread+body-of-water+side.] n. riverbank

sutale-kulepu-sili [thread+body-of-water+bird.] n. dipper (Cinclidae)

sutale-kulepu-teke-pete [thread+body-of-water+ten-to-the-power-of+foot.] n. crayfish; crawdad

sutale-kulepu-tuna [thread+body-of-water+{augmentative}.] n. river, large river -- a major river that empties into an ocean

sutale-palana [thread+plant.] n. vine -- a thin, long often epiphytic plant, such as that on which grapes grow

sutale-palana-kusulu [thread+plant+alcohol.] n. wine

Sutale-palana-kusulu-natinu-se [thread+plant+alcohol+nation.] proper n. France

sutale-palana-pala [thread+plant+fruit.] n. grape

sutale-pata-sane [thread+water+bread.] n. spaghetti

sutale-sili [thread+bird.] n. tailorbird (Orthotomus)

sutale-supaka [thread+opening.] n. eye -- a small hole or loop in a needle

sutale-tuna [thread+{augmentative}.] n. ribbon

sutale-tuna-nine [thread+{augmentative}+fish.] n. oarfish (family Regalecidae)

sutale-tuna-pata-sane [thread+{augmentative}+water+bread.] n. fettuccine

sutene [From English 'sudden', with initial /s-/ in Hindi /sahsa/ and Mandarin Chinese /su-/.] suddenness, abruptness -- the act of happening without warning or in a short space or time

sutene-kape [suddenness+coffee.] n. instant coffee -

sutene-sapite [suddenness+copulation.] n. free love -- sexual intercourse between individuals who have just recently met

ta [Unknown origin.] {postposition}

taketu [From Latin 'tactus', extant in English ('tactile') and Spanish.] touch -- the physiological sense by which external objects or forces are perceived through contact with the body

taketu-nuni [touch+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. numb

taketu-palana [touch+plant.] n. sensitive plant -- a plant of the genus Mimosa known for recoiling when touched

taketu-pitakesulina [touch+alphabet.] n. braille -- a system of raised dots used to represent letters that does not require vision to be read

taketu-tile-lete [touch+body-part+{diminutive}.] n. nerve -- a cell with the capacity to feel

tala [From Arabic /tarah/.] removal, subtraction -- the act of removing a part of the whole

tala-nasini [removal+vehicle.] n. garbage truck

tala-tekale [removal+claim.] n. eviction, dispossession, legal ouster -- the expulsion of someone (such as a tenant) from the possession of land by process of law

tale [From Hindi /tar/, matching last part of English /star/.] star -- a multi-pointed stylistic representation of a star (celestial body) (typically five points, but can be any number)

tale-kapina [star+card.] n. the Zener card that has the star on the face

tale-sata [star+animal.] n. starfish -- a marine invertebrate of the phylum Echinodermata, with a star-shaped appearance.

talike [From Arabic /tarik/.] way -- a manner of doing something or the manner in which a thing is done or happens

talike-nuni [way+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. haphazard

tanane [From Arabic /taman/.] worthiness -- having merit, use or value [suffix -worthy]

tanane-kalepe [worthiness+carbon.] n. diamond, adamant -- very hard native crystalline carbon valued as a gem

tanane-nuni [worthiness+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. useless

tanane-nuni-nini [worthiness+absence+whatchamacallit.] n. doodad

tanane-sipe-tusekale [worthiness+task+{difficult-task}.] n. test -- a set of questions or exercises evaluating skill or knowledge

tanani [Blend of Arabic /taman/ and Hindi /dam/, with intial /t-/ in Russian /tsina/.] expensive object -- something requiring a relatively high amount of money to purchase [scalar]

tanani-kasese [{expensive-object}+{abstraction}.] n. price, cost -- the amount of money needed to purchase something [scalar = expensive to inexpensive

tanani-kasese-kapina [{expensive-object}+{abstraction}+card.] n. pricetag -- a small piece of paper attached to an object at a store that has its price printed on it

tanani-kune [{expensive-object}+{opposite}.] n. inexpensive object -- something requiring a relatively small amount of money to purchase [scalar

tanani-kune-kita-seta [{expensive-object}+{opposite}+food+set.] n. value meal -- a meal sold as a unit (typically sandwich, drink and side order) with a discounted price when compared to purchasing each item separately

tanani-nasini [{expensive-object}+vehicle.] n. luxury car

tanani-nenu-nine [{expensive-object}+egg+fish.] n. sturgeon

tanani-nine-nenu-nanese [{expensive-object}+fish+egg+meat.] n. caviar

tanani-telule [expensive object+fear.] n. sticker shock -- surprise at the high cost of an item

tanu [From Spanish 'daño'.] injury, damage, harm -- change for the worse

tanu [injury+{verb}.] v. damage

tanu-kalane [injury+communication-unit.] n. threat

tanu-kasese [injury+{abstraction}.] n. moral damage

tanu-kulete [injury+string.] n. trip wire -- a wire that activates a trap when tripped over

tanu-kune [injury+{opposite}.] n. healing

tanu-kune [injury+{opposite}.] n. repair, fix -- the act of putting something in order again [v

tanu-lete [injury+{diminutive}.] n. scar

tanu-nasini [injury+vehicle.] n. ambulance

tanu-nati [injury+matter.] n. poison -- a substance that causes physical damage upon contat of some form

tanu-nati-nuka-lete [injury+matter+limb+{diminutive}.] n. stinger -- the appendage at the back of an animal that injects venom into enemies

Tanu-nati-tile-se [injury+matter+body-part.] proper n. Jacobsen's organ -- the organ in snakes that produces venom

tanu-pusiti [harm+{interj.}.] interj. ouch! ow! -- a cry of pain

tanu-susite-kasu-kune [injury+meaning+cause+{opposite}.] n. punishment; penalty

tanu-tate-pakala [injury+taut+hold+{verb}.] v. pinch -- to squeeze so hard as to hurt

tanu-tuna [injury+{augmentative}.] n. big injury

tapaku [From Spanish 'tabaco', extant in Arabic, Russian, Hindi, English, Italian, German, Dutch, Esperanto, Novial, et al.] tobacco -- leaves of the tobacco plant dried and prepared for smoking or ingestion

tapaku-kalane [tobacco+communication-unit.] n. the U.S. Surgeon General's warning on each pack of

tapaku-lapati-sinata [tobacco+washing/cleaning+tool.] n. pipe cleaner -- cleaning implement consisting of a flexible tufted wire that is used to clean a pipe stem

tapaku-pata-kaletela [tobacco+water+road.] n. pipe -- a wooden receptacle used for smoking tobacco

tapaku-pitakesulina [tobacco+alphabet.] n. the formation of tobacco smoke into the shape of letters

tapaku-pukuse [tobacco+fire.] n. lighter

tapaku-salape [tobacco+old object.] n. long-time tobacco user -- one who seems old before their time because of tobacco use; hacking, coughing, wheezing, etc.

Tapaku-sukale-kalape-natinu-se [tobacco+sugar+change+nation.] proper n. Barbados

tapaku-tupuse [tobacco+tube.] n. cigarette -- a thin tubular piece of paper filled with tobacco to be lit and smoked

tapaku-tupuse [tobacco+tube.] n. pipe -- a wooden receptacle used for smoking tobacco

tapaku-tupuse-lete [tobacco+tube+{diminutive}.] n. cigarillo -- a small, spindly form of cigarette

tapaku-tupuse-tuna [tobacco+tube+{augmentative}.] n. cigar -- a thick piece of rolled paper filled with tobacco

Tapaku-tupuse-tuna-natinu-se [tobacco+tube+{augmentative}+nation.] proper n. Cuba

tapaku-tupuse-tuna-nine [tobacco+tube+{augmentative}+fish.] n. mullet (family Mugilidae)

tapite [From Arabic /tabit/.] permanent object -- something existing for indefinite duration [scalar]

tapite-kasese [{permanent-object}+{abstraction}.] n. epistimological category, somewhat akin to a Platonic form, which is not sensible, is analytic rather than synthetic, and which persists independent of anyone's ability to grasp it

tapite-kasese [{permanent-object}+{abstraction}.] n. permanence -- the property of being able to exist for indefinite duration [scalar = permanent to temporary

tapite-kune [{permanent-object}+{opposite}.] n. antimatter

tapite-kune [{permanent-object}+{opposite}.] n. temporary object -- something existing for relatively short duration [scalar

tapite-lete [{permanent-object}+{diminutive}.] n. atom

tapite-lete [{permanent-object}+{diminutive}.] n. trinket, a symbol of a lover's affection, which the beloved promises to keep forever

tapite-sanate [permanent object+freeze.] n. ice age, glacial period, glacial epoch -- any period of time during which glaciers covered a large part of the earth's surface

tapite-tuna [{permanent-object}+{augmentative}.] n. albatross -- something that one can not get rid of; a certain kind of significant other

tapite-tuna [{permanent-object}+{augmentative}.] n. star (celestial body)

tapula [From Latin 'tabula', extant in Romance (Spanish, Italian), English 'table' and Esperanto. With initial /t-/ in Hindi /takt/.] board -- a flat piece of material designed for a special purpose

tapula-nasini [board+vehicle.] n. skateboard

tapula-sani [board+long event.] n. chess match -- a specific game of chess

tasale [From Hindi /tahar/.] remainder, remnant -- that which is left over

tata [Unknown origin.] amphibian -- cold-blooded vertebrate of class Amphibia, typically living on land and breeding in water; aquatic larvae undergo metamorphosis

tata-kali-nine [amphibian+word+fish.] n. drum (family Sciaenidae)

tata-kesinu [amphibian+science.] n. batrachology

tata-nasini [amphibian+vehicle.] n. amtrac (amphibious tractor) -- finned-track boat/truck used to carry troops from ship to shore

tata-nine [amphibian+fish.] n. toadfish (order Batrachoidiformes)

tata-sili [amphibian+bird.] n. frogmouth (Podargidae, Batrachostomidae)

tate [From English 'taut' /tat/, with initial /t-/ in Spanish /tirant/, Arabic /tawatur/ and Russian /tya/.] taut -- pulled or drawn tight [aj]

tate-kune-nuku-nine [taut+{opposite}+mouth+fish.] n. loose-jaws (genus Malacosteus)

tatu [Unknown origin.] arachnid -- arthropods of the class Arachnida, such as spiders, scorpions, mites, and ticks, characterized by four pairs of segmented legs

tatu-kunase [arachnid+cloth.] n. cobweb -- the weavings produced by spiders

tatu-nenu [arachnid+egg.] n. egg sac -- the silken pouch in which many spiders leave their eggs

tatu-nenu [arachnid+egg.] n. spider egg

tatu-nete [arachnid+net.] n. spider web

tatu-nikule [arachnid+tiny-item.] n. mite

tatu-nine [arachnid+fish.] n. spiderfish (family Bathypteroidae)

tatu-palana [arachnid+plant.] n. spiderplant

Tatu-pitakesulina-kisa-se [arachnid+alphabet+story.] proper n. Charlotte's Web

tatu-sili [arachnid+bird.] n. spiderhunter (Arachnothera)

tatu-telule [arachnid+fear.] n. arachnophobia

tatu-tuna [arachnid+{augmentative}.] n. tarantula

tekale [From Latin 'declarare', extant in Spanish, English, et al.] claim, assertion -- a declaration made as if no supporting evidence were necessary

tekale-kalane [claim+communication-unit.] n. mining claim

tekale-kasese [claim+{abstraction}.] n. theoretical statement -- something not true, but temporarily considered as true for reasons of supposition

tekale-kesinu [claim+science.] n. investigative reporting

tekale-kesinu [claim+science.] n. skepticism

tekale-kune [claim+{opposite}.] n. bluff -- a claim that seems authorative, but is not

tekale-lete [claim+{diminutive}.] n. serious lie -- a false delcaration, a lie under oath

tekale-pipi [claim+rule.] n. common law

tekale-tuna [claim+{augmentative}.] n. oath -- a statement that cannot be recinded

teke [From Indo-European *dekm, "ten", extant in Russian, Romance (Latin 'decem') Germanic (English, German, Dutch) and auxilaries (Esperanto, Novial). Mnemonic: decimal.] ten to the power of -- forms large number words, as in 'desduv' ("ten to the power of two, 100"), 'dester' (1,000) and 'dessis' (1,000,000); when used to describe how many of something is taken as an approximation

teke-kasese [ten-to-the-power-of+{abstraction}.] n. a decade; ten years

teke-kelu [ten-to-the-power-of+four.] n. 10000

teke-kelu [ten-to-the-power-of+four.] n. ten thousand -- the cardinal number that is the product of ten and one thousand

teke-kelu-pe [ten-to-the-power-of+four+person.] n. forty-something -- adult from the age of 40 to 49

teke-kesinu [ten-to-the-power-of+science.] n. algebra

teke-kune [ten-to-the-power-of+{opposite}.] n. negative ten to the power of x, -10**X

teke-kune [ten-to-the-power-of+{opposite}.] n. ten to the negative power of

teke-kutu-pe [ten-to-the-power-of+eight+person.] n. octogenarian -- adult from the age of 80 to 89

teke-lete [ten-to-the-power-of+{diminutive}.] n. ten

teke-nasini [ten-to-the-power-of+vehicle.] n. caravan

teke-nene [ten-to-the-power-of+nine.] n. billion -- a number as represented as a one followed by nine zeroes (12 in Britain)

teke-nene-pe [ten-to-the-power-of+nine+person.] n. billionaire -- a person with a net worth of at least a billion in U.S. dollars

teke-nene-pe [ten-to-the-power-of+nine+person.] n. nonagenarian -- adult from the age of 90 to 99

teke-nu-pe [ten-to-the-power-of+one+person.] n. preteen, teenager -- children from the age of 10 to 19

teke-nu-tu [ten-to-the-power-of+one+two.] n. trillion -- a number as represented as a one followed by 12 zeroes (18 in England and Germany)

teke-pene [ten-to-the-power-of+five.] n. 100000

teke-pene [ten-to-the-power-of+five.] n. hundred thousand -- the cardinal number that is the product of 100 and 1000

teke-pene-pe [ten-to-the-power-of+five+person.] n. quinquagenarian -- adult from the age of 50 to 59

teke-pete [ten-to-the-power-of+foot.] n. decapod crustacean -- aquatic arthropods of the class Crustacea that have five pairs of jointed limbs, therefore including lobsters, crabs and shrimps but excluding barnacles

teke-sese [ten-to-the-power-of+six.] n. million -- a number as represented as a one followed by six zeroes

teke-sese [ten-to-the-power-of+six.] n. million

teke-sese-pe [ten-to-the-power-of+six+person.] n. millionaire -- a person with a net worth of at least a million in U.S. dollars

teke-sese-pe [ten-to-the-power-of+six+person.] n. sexagenarian -- adult from the age of 60 to 69

teke-sete-pe [ten-to-the-power-of+seven+person.] n. septuagenarian -- adult from the age of 70 to 79

teke-silu-pe [ten-to-the-power-of+zero+person.] n. children under the age of 10

teke-teke-pe [ten-to-the-power-of+ten-to-the-power-of+person.] n. centenarian -- adults 100 years old and older

teke-ti [ten-to-the-power-of+three.] n. thousand -- the cardinal number that is the product of 100 and ten

teke-ti [ten-to-the-power-of+three.] n. thousand

teke-ti-lanase-kiki [ten-to-the-power-of+three+{long-object}+measure.] n. kilometer

teke-ti-pe [ten-to-the-power-of+three+person.] n. thirty-something -- adult from the age of 30 to 39

teke-tu [ten-to-the-power-of+two.] n. hundred approximately -- ten 10s

teke-tu [ten-to-the-power-of+two.] n. hundred

Teke-tu-kali-se [ten-to-the-power-of+two+word.] proper n. Dublex

teke-tuna [ten-to-the-power-of+{augmentative}.] n. one hundred

teke-tu-pe [ten-to-the-power-of+two+person.] n. twenty-something -- adult from the age of 20 to 29

teke-tu-tine [ten-to-the-power-of+two+day.] n. year

tele [Backformation from 'tel', itself a backformation from Dublex 'telfon', 'telvis' and 'telsecop'.] far object -- something with a relatively large gap between itself and a reference point [scalar]

tele-kalane [{far-object}+communication-unit.] n. telegram

tele-kasese [{far-object}+{abstraction}.] n. distance -- a measure of a gap between two places [scalar -- far to near

tele-kesinu [{far-object}+science.] n. teleology

tele-kiki [{far-object}+measure.] n. kilometer (km)

tele-kune [{far-object}+{opposite}.] n. near object -- something with a relatively small gap between itself and a reference point [scalar

tele-kune-tesite [{far-object}+{opposite}+desire.] n. attraction -- a wanting to be close to something

tele-napine [far object+frequent event.] n. world news -- new information about specific and timely events of global import

tele-nasini [{far-object}+vehicle.] n. transporter (as in Star Trek)

tele-pitakesulina-puna [{far-object}+alphabet+form.] n. pica font

telule [From Latin 'terror', extant in Spanish, English, Italian, et al.] fear -- an emotion experienced in anticipation of some specific pain or danger

telule-kani [fear+garment.] n. military uniform

telule-kune [fear+{opposite}.] n. braveness

telule-lete [fear+{diminutive}.] n. caution

telule-pusiti [terror+{interj.}.] interj. aaaa! -- a scream of terror

telule-telule [fear+fear.] n. 'fear of fear itself'

telule-tenali [fear+money.] n. ransom, ransom money -- money demanded for the return of a captured person

telule-tuna [fear+{augmentative}.] n. terror

tena [From Spanish 'tema'.] subject -- some situation, topic or event that is thought about

tenali [By extension from Latin 'denarius', which has inspired the term 'dinar' for a unit of currency in Algeria, Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Libya, Tunisia, Yemen and Yugoslavia and is the Romance root of Spanish 'dinero' and Italian 'denaro'. With initial /d-/ in Russian /dyeng/.] money -- the most common medium of exchange; legal tender

tenali-kalane [money+communication-unit.] n. check, cheque

tenali-kaneke-nu-pete [money+shell+one+foot.] n. cowrie -- marine gastropods of the family Cypraeidae, typically with bright and shiny shells, and so used as currency in parts of Africa and the South Pacific

tenali-kapina [money+card.] n. check; cheque -- a piece of paper filled out in place of physical money, representing transference of a specified amount from the buyer's bank account to the seller's

tenali-kasese [money+{abstraction}.] n. commerce

tenali-kesinu [money+science.] n. numismatics

tenali-kesu [money+running-movement.] n. money laundering -- concealing the source of illegally gotten money

tenali-kune [money+{opposite}.] n. financial debt

tenali-lete [money+{diminutive}.] n. poverty

tenali-nasi [money+machine.] n. slot machine, one-armed bandit -- a gambling device that is operated by the insertion of a coin in a slot and pulling a handle to determine if any payout is to be made

tenali-nasini [money+vehicle.] n. armored truck -- a fortified vehicle that transports money and other highly valuable items, with armed drivers

tenali-nuni [money+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. broke -- without money

tenali-nuni-pe [money+absence+person.] n. poor -- one or many having little money or few possessions

tenali-paneka-pine [money+reserve+building.] n. bank {building}

tenali-pine [money+building.] n. bank, monetary institution

tenali-pupa [money+bomb.] n. timebombed money -- money given to bank robbers that releases dye to mark the bills or currency notes

tenali-sasi-nutipe [money+fun+target.] n. vaction funds

tenali-sikulu [money+circle.] n. coin -- a metal piece (usu. a disc) used as currency

tenali-telule [money+fear.] n. chrematophobia

tenali-tile [money+body-part.] n. the metaphorical fist or hand with with one stingily holds one to one's money

tenali-tuna [money+{augmentative}.] n. wealth

tenali-tunu [money+atom.] n. gold, Au -- a soft yellow malleable ductile metallic element

tenali-tunu [money+atom.] n. gold

tenali-tunu [money+atom.] n. silver

tene [Form Greek 'therme', "hot", extant in English and many languages, with /t-m/ in Latin 'temperatura', extant in Romance (Spanish and Italian), Germanic (English, German, Dutch) and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial).] hot object -- something with relatively greater molecular activity [scalar]

tene-kalepe [hot object+carbon.] n. ember, coal -- a hot glowing or smouldering fragment of wood or coal left from a fire

tene-kasese [{hot-object}+{abstraction}.] n. temperature -- the degree of hotness or coldness of a body or environment (corresponding to molecular activity) [scalar = warm to cold

tene-kasese-liku [{hot-object}+{abstraction}+liquid.] n. mercury -- a metallic chemical element (Hg) that expands or shrinks noticeably depending on surrounding temperature

tene-kasese-nasiku [{hot-object}+{abstraction}+insect.] n. cicada

tene-kesinu [{hot-object}+science.] n. thermodynamics

Tene-kiki-se [{hot-object}+measure.] proper n. Celsius/centigrade (C)

tene-kiki-sinata [{hot-object}+measure+tool.] n. thermometer -- measuring instrument for measuring temperature

tene-kune [{hot-object}+{opposite}.] n. cold object -- something with relatively minor molecular activity [scalar

tene-lete-kune [{hot-object}+{diminutive}+{opposite}.] n. cool object -- something that is slightly (comfortably) on the cold side

tene-nasini [{hot-object}+vehicle.] n. steamship

tene-setina [{hot-object}+wall.] n. fire wall -- in an automobile, the metal that separates the heat of the engine from the passenger compartment

tene-silene [hot object+strong object.] n. steel -- an alloy of iron with small amounts of carbon; widely used in construction; mechanical properties can be varied over a wide range

tene-sinata [temperature+tool.] n. thermometer -- measuring instrument for measuring temperature

tene-sunuse-lete-nesete [{hot-object}+sleep+{diminutive}+site.] n. sauna

teneta [From Hindi /dendar/, with /d-n-/ in Arabic /dain/ and Russian /doljn/ and with /d-d/ in Spanish /deuda/, with initial /d-/ in English 'debit', Latin /debitum/ and Italian 'debito'.] debt -- the state of owing money

teneta-kalane [debt+communication-unit.] n. bill, invoice statement of money owed

teneta-kalane [debt+communication-unit.] n. transaction

teneta-kesinu [debt+science.] n. finance

teneta-kune [debt+{opposite}.] n. credit - money available for a client to borrow

teneta-tapite-kune [debt+{permanent-object}+{opposite}.] n. loan - item borrowed (from perspective of person borrowing it)

teneta-teneta-kune-kalane [debt+debt+{opposite}+communication-unit.] n. account - record of money received/paid/owed

tenete [From Indo-European *dent-, recognizably extant in Hindi, Romance (Latin, Spanish, Italian), English ('dental'), auxilaries (Esperanto, Novial).] tooth -- hard bonelike structures in the jaws of vertebrates; used for biting and chewing or for attack and defense

tenete-kalane [tooth+communication-unit.] n. dental X-ray

tenete-kaneke-kune [tooth+shell+{opposite}.] n. gum; gingiva

tenete-kata [tooth+cut.] n. chew, gnaw, bite -- to cut with the teeth.

tenete-kata [tooth+cut.] n. teething; "cutting teeth"

tenete-katuse [tooth+cat.] n. saber-toothed cat

tenete-kesinu [tooth+science.] n. dentistry

tenete-kuleke [tooth+correct.] n. orthodonture

tenete-kulisu [tooth+wheel.] n. gear -- a toothed weal that engages another toothed mechanism in order to change the speed or direction of transmitted motion

tenete-lapati-nasi [tooth+washing/cleaning+machine.] n. electric toothbrush -- a toothbrush with an electric motor in the handle that vibrates the head of the brush

tenete-lapati-sinata [tooth+washing/cleaning+tool.] n. toothbrush -- small brush with long handle used to clean teeth

tenetele [From Latin 'tendere', extant in English.] tendency, propensity -- an inclination to do something

tenete-lele [tooth+{masculine}.] n. molar -- a tooth made to slowly grind away

tenete-lete [tooth+{diminutive}.] n. baby tooth

tenete-liku [tooth+liquid.] n. toothpaste

tenete-lupete-tile-nasiku [tooth+air+body-part+insect.] n. katydid

tenete-nuni [tooth+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. toothless

tenete-nuni-kunane-nine [tooth+absence+eating+fish.] n. pike (family Esocidae)

tenete-satisi-kune [tooth+satisfaction+{opposite}.] n. toothache -- a pain felt in the tooth

tenete-sesete [tooth+{feminine}.] n. incisor -- a tooth made for ripping and tearing

tenete-sunu-sinata [tooth+sound+tool.] n. jaw harp, Jew's harp

tenete-susinu [tooth+pig.] n. babirusa

tenete-taketu [tooth+touch.] n. bite û a little contact with the teeth

tenete-taketu-kaneke-lepeti [tooth+touch+shell+reptile.] n. snapping turtle

tenete-tuna [tooth+{augmentative}.] n. adult tooth, big tooth (e.g. the incisor from a sabre-toothed tiger)

tenete-tuna [tooth+{augmentative}.] n. fang

tenete-tuna-nine [tooth+{augmentative}+fish.] n. shark

tepuse [Latin 'tempus', extant in English ('temporal'), Romance (Spanish, Italian, et al) and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial, et al).] time -- the continuum of experience in which events pass from the future through the present to the past, or -- when used in a compound -- a period or event on this continuum

tepuse-kiki [time+measure.] n. second (s)

tepuse-kiki-kasese [time+measure+{abstraction}.] n. time

tepuse-kiki-sinata [time+measure+tool.] n. chronometer, clock, watch -- a device for measuring time

tepuse-kiki-sinata-sili [time+measure+tool+bird.] n. cuckoo (Cuculidae)

tepuse-nasi [time+machine.] n. timer -- a timepiece that measures a time interval and signals its end

tepuse-nasini [time+vehicle.] n. time machine

tepuse-palate [time+part.] n. era -- a section in time in which a certain trend or regime predominates

tepuse-salape [time+{old-object}+{noun-modifier}.] adj. ancient -- typical of an era several eras removed from the present

tepuse-salape-lupete-lepeti [time+{old-object}+air+reptile.] n. pterodactyl (order Pterosauria)

tepuse-salape-nale-lepeti [time+{old-object}+ocean+reptile.] n. plesiosaur

tepuse-salape-tiketu-sata [time+{old-object}+ink+animal.] n. belemnite (order Belemnoidea

tepuse-tile [time+body-part.] n. biological clock

tesite [desire+{verb}.] v. S desire/want O.

tesite [desire+{verb}.] v. wish for, desire

tesite [From Latin 'desiderare', extant in Spanish, English, et al.] desire, wish, want -- a longing or strong inclination for something

tesite-kalane [desire+communication-unit.] n. love letter

tesite-nuni [desire+absence+{noun-modifier}.] adj. hopeless -- without hopes or dreams

tesite-tuna [desire+{augmentative}.] n. hunger, thirst, desire -- strong desire for something (not necessarily food or drink)

tesu [From Indo-European *deiwos, extant in Hindi 'dev' and in Latin 'devus', "god" (itself extant in English 'divine', Spanish 'dios', Italian 'dio' & 'divinita', Esperanto 'dio', Novial 'dee').] god, deity, divinity -- any supernatural being worshipped as controlling some part of the world or some aspect of life or who is the personification of a force

tesu-kala [god+art.] n. magic -- any art that appears to invoke supernatural powers

tesu-kalane [god+communication-unit.] n. message from God/gods

tesu-kalane [god+communication-unit.] n. prayer -- reverent petition to a deity

tesu-kalane-nala [god+communication-unit+disparagement.] n. curse, condemnation, malediction, damnation -- a ceremonial prayer invoking divine wrath

Tesu-kalase-se [god+cross.] proper n. Cross -- a cross as an emblem of Christianity

tesu-kane [god+sight.] n. revelation -- a spiritual, enlightening or mystical vision or disclosure

tesu-kapita [god+leader.] n. rabbi, priest, presbyter, curate, minister, parson, pastor, rector -- a person authorized to conduct religious worship

tesu-kapita [god+leader.] n. supreme deity -- the principal deity of a religion or mythology with multiple deities, such as Zeus (Greek), Jupiter (Roman) or Odin (Norse)

Tesu-kapita-kitapa-se [god+leader+book.] proper n. Talmud -- sacred writings forming the basis of religious authority in Orthodox Judaism

tesu-kesinu [god+science.] n. theology

tesu-kita [god+food.] n. ambrosia -- the food of the gods; mortals who ate it became immortal (Greek and Roman mythology)

tesu-kune [god+{opposite}.] n. devil, demon -- one of the evil spirits of traditional Jewish and Christian belief

tesu-kune-nesete [god+{opposite}+site.] n. hell, perdition -- the abode of Satan and the forces of evil; where sinners suffer eternal punishment

tesu-kune-sasala [god+{opposite}+event.] n. disaster, catastrophe -- a state of extreme ruin and misfortune

tesu-kune-tunu [god+{opposite}+atom.] n. sulphur -- an abundant tasteless odourless multivalent nonmetallic element

Tesu-kupake-se [god+cup.] proper n. Holy Grail

tesu-kupake-sili [god+cup+bird.] n. swallow (Hirundinidae)

tesu-liku [god+liquid.] n. ambrosia

tesu-liku [god+liquid.] n. nectar -- the drink of the gods (Greek and Roman mythology)

tesu-nasiku [god+insect.] n. mantis, mantid -- predacious long-bodied large-eyed insect of warm regions; rests with forelimbs raised as in prayer

tesu-nasini [god+vehicle.] n. chariot

tesu-nesete [god+site.] n. heaven -- the abode of God and the angels

tesu-pakale [god+bovine.] n. sacred cow

tesu-pe [god+person.] n. holy person, priest

tesu-penesa-pe [god+stylus+person.] n. scribe -- transcriber of holy scrolls

tesu-pine [god+building.] n. church -- building for public worship

tesu-pine [god+building.] n. church, synagogue, temple -- a building for worship

tesu-pine [god+building.] n. worship -- the collective activity of a specific religious group in worship

tesu-pine [god+building+{verb}.] v. worship -- to go to church

tesu-pine-pupi [god+building+people-group.] n. congregation -- the members of a specific religious group who regulary worship in a particular church

tesu-pine-pusi [god+building+use.] n. worship -- attend religious services

tesu-pitakesulina [god+alphabet.] n. devanagari

tesu-sasala [god+event.] n. miracle -- a marvellous event manifesting a supernatural act

tesu-sasale-nesete [god+tree+site.] n. forest, woods -- land that is covered with trees and shrubs the place itself

tesu-sasape [god+companion.] n. priest

tesu-satisi-kune-kakate [god+satisfaction+{opposite}+action.] n. sin -- any action forbidden by the rules of an organized religion

tesu-senuse [god+sense.] n. divine revelation

tesu-seti [god+emotion.] n. religion, faith, religious belief -- a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny

tesu-seti-pusi [god+emotion+use.] n. worship -- show religious devotion to, as of a deity

tesu-sise [god+system.] n. religion, faith -- an institution created to express belief in a divine power

tesu-sise [god+system.] n. religion, faith -- an institution created to express belief in a divinity or multiple deities

tesu-sise [god+system.] n. religion, faith, church -- institution to express belief in a divine power

tesu-sise [god+system.] n. religion, faith, religious belief -- belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny

tesu-sise-kakate [god+system+action.] n. rite -- an established ceremony prescribed by a religion

tesu-sise-pikuta-kune [god+system+picture+{opposite}.] n. icon -- a conventional religious picture painted in oil on a small wooden panel; venerated in the Eastern Church

tesu-suki [god+happiness.] n. enthusiasm, zeal -- a feeling of strong eagerness (usu. in favor of a person or cause)

tesu-suki-pe [god+happiness+person.] n. angel -- spiritual being attendant upon God

tesu-suki-pusiti [god+happiness+{preposition}+{opposite}.] interj. I express enthusiasm, zeal -- a feeling of strong eagerness (usu. in favour of a person or cause)

tesu-suna [god+choice.] n. messiah, christ -- any expected deliverer

tesu-sunane [god+human.] n. messiah, christ -- any expected deliverer

tesu-suna-pe [god+choice+person.] n. messiah, christ -- any expected deliverer

tesu-tanane [god+worthiness.] n. priest, clergyman, minister, spiritual leader, elder -- a leader in religious or sacred affairs

tesu-tile [god+body-part.] n. soul, spirit

tesu-tile [god+body-part.] n. spirit -- the vital principle or animating force within living things

tesu-tine [god+day.] n. sabbath -- a day of rest and worship

tesu-tuna [god+{augmentative}.] n. supreme deity (c.f. devcapt)

tesu-tunune [god+gift.] n. right -- abstract idea of that which is due to a person or governmental body by law, tradition, or nature

tete [Unknown origin.] grains, cereal -- grain suitable as food for human beings

tete-kasese [grains+{abstraction}.] n. food intake

tete-kesinu [grains+science.] n. farming

tete-kukitu [grains+knowledge.] n. agriculture

tete-kune [grains+{opposite}.] n. leaves or roots or tubers suitable as food for human beings (e.g. grass, lettuce, sugar cane, potato, onion)

tete-lete [grains+{diminutive}.] n. food produced from unicellular algae or fungi (e.g. quorn)

tete-nasi [grains+machine.] n. harvester, reaper -- farm machine that gathers a food crop from the fields

tete-pale [grains+blade.] n. sickle, reaping hook, reap hook, scythe, harvester, reaper -- any edged tool or bladed machine used for cutting or gathering grass or crops

tete-pine [grains+building.] n. granary, garner -- a storehouse for threshed grain or animal feed

tete-tisala [grains+exchange.] n. commodity exchange, commodities exchange, commodities market -- an exchange for buying and selling commodities for future delivery

tete-tuna [grains+{augmentative}.] n. fodder

ti [From Indo-European *treyes.] three -- a cardinal number that is the sum of one and one and one or a numeral representing such a number

ti-kane-tile-lepeti [three+sight+body-part+reptile.] n. tuatara (Sphenodon punctata)

ti-kani [three+garment.] n. three-piece clothing

ti-kani [three+garment+{noun-modifier}.] adj. three-piece

ti-kasese [three+{abstraction}.] n. threeness, as distinct from three; the absolute value of three

Ti-kelu-natinu-lete-se [three+four+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Kansas -- 34th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Jan. 29, 1861

ti-kelu-pe [three+four+person.] n. 34-year old -- a person who has experienced 34 but not 35 years since birth

tiketu [From Latin 'tinctus', extant in Spanish, German, English, et al.] ink -- a liquid used for printing, writing or drawing

tiketu-kalane [ink+communication-unit.] n. note, annotation -- a comment (usu. added to a text)

tiketu-kaneke-lepeti [ink+shell+reptile.] n. painted turtle (genus Chrysemys)

tiketu-kapase-tata [ink+jump+amphibian.] n. painted frog

tiketu-nale-sata [ink+ocean+animal.] n. cephalopod -- the octopus, squid, cuttlefish and nautilus

tiketu-sasa-kalene [ink+off+agent.] n. ink cleaner/eraser

tiketu-sata [ink+animal.] n. squid

tiketu-sata-nanese [ink+animal+meat.] n. calamari -- the fried meat of the squid

tiketu-sata-tuna [ink+animal+{augmentative}.] n. giant squid -- a huge Pacific cephalopod never seen alive by scientists

tikile [From Greek 'tigris', extant in Latin, Russian, English, Spanish, Italian, German, Dutch, et al.] tiger, Panthera tigris -- large feline of forests in most of Asia having a tawny coat with black stripes

tikile-kane-tile-luka [tiger+sight+body-part+rock.] n. tigerye -- a semiprecious stone

tikile-kita-sike [tiger+food+search.] n. solitary hunting or prowling

tikile-nine [tiger+fish.] n. tigerfish (genus Hydrocynus)

tikile-pusiti [tiger+{interj.}.] interj. grrrr! -- an intimidating growl like a tiger

tikile-sesete [tiger+{feminine}.] n. tigress -- a female tiger

tikile-sunu [tiger+sound.] n. growl -- a snore-like sound emitted in anger by many members of the order Carnivora

tikile-tenete-tuna-nine [tiger+tooth+{augmentative}+fish.] n. tiger shark (genus Galeocerdo)

tikile-tuna [tiger+{augmentative}.] n. lion, king of beasts, Panthera leo -- (arge gregarious predatory feline of Africa and India having a tawny coat with a shaggy mane in the male

ti-kuku [three+lightning.] n. plug, male plug -- an electrical device with three pins that is inserted in a socket to make an electrical connection

ti-kulule [three+color+{noun-modifier}.] adj. tricolor

tikune [From Mandarin Chinese /tigun/.] offer -- something presented for acceptance or rejection

ti-kune [three+{opposite}.] n. negative three, -3

ti-kune [three+{opposite}.] n. negative three

tikune-pusata [offer+mail.] n. direct mail

ti-kupi [three+copy.] n. triplicate

ti-kupu [three+edge.] n. triangle

Ti-kutu-natinu-lete-se [three+eight+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Colorado -- 38th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Aug. 1, 1876

ti-kutu-pe [three+eight+person.] n. 38-year old -- a person who has experienced 38 but not 39 years since birth

tile [From Russian /tyel/.] body part -- any part of an organism such as an organ or extremity

tile-kakate [body-part+action.] n. physical movement

tile-kala [body-part+art.] n. jewelry

tile-kalane-kune [body-part+communication-unit+{opposite}.] n. numbness

tile-kalape-kune [body-part+change+{opposite}.] n. breath; respiration -- the act of circulating air or water through the body for maintenance of physical freshness

tile-kalape-kune [body-part+change+{opposite}+{verb}.] v. breathe -- to circulate air or water through the body for maintenance of physical freshness

tile-kalape-kune-sise [body-part+change+{opposite}+system.] n. respiratory system -- the system of organs used in breathing

tile-kalepe [body-part+carbon.] n. organic compounds, as a collective

tile-kalese [body-part+class.] n. system -- one of the categories of connected organs that make up the body, such as the reproductive system, the respiratory system, the circulatory system, the nrevous system or the skeletal system

tile-kalusa [body-part+love.] n. attachment to one's physical features; love of another for his/her body rather than his/her spirit

tile-kanepuse [body-part+field.] n. cemetary

tile-kani [body-part+garment.] n. a piece of clothing meant to fit to a region of the human figure very tightly

tile-kapina [body-part+card.] n. identification forcibly kept on one part of a person's body, usually for student identification purposes . . . you know, like how in those real bad high schools that have metal detectors and require clear backpacks, they make all their students keep a card with their student number tied around their neck? Yeah, one of those.

tile-kase [body-part+gas.] n. flatulence; fart -- methane gas produced in the body and released through the intestines

tile-kata [body-part+cut.] n. wound -- any break in the skin or an organ caused by violence or surgical incision

tile-katale [body-part+dirt.] n. grime -- physical uncleanliness

tile-kata-saluta-kaki [body-part+cut+health+performance.] n. operation

tile-kata-saluta-nasini [body-part+cut+health+vehicle.] n. surgeon

tile-kata-saluta-sipe [body-part+cut+health+task.] n. surgery

tile-kelepe [body-part+play.] n. physical play, like that done by children in a playground

tile-kesinu [body-part+science.] n. anatomy

tile-kiki [body-part+measure.] n. vital statistics; "measurements"

tile-kiki-kesinu [body-part+measure+science.] n. anthropometry -- a pseudoscientific method of determining intelligence, temperament and other psychological traits by measuring and comparing phrenological bumps and other physical attributes

tile-kipu [body-part+curve.] n. the curves in one's body, as in the Harvey Danger song "Fingertips have memories, mine can't forget the curves of your body"

tile-kitapa [body-part+book.] n. medical desk reference; anatomical reference

tile-ku [body-part+violence.] n. physical violence (not necessarily an organized fight)

tile-kuleke [body-part+correct.] n. orthopedic surgery

tile-kulepe [body-part+oscillation.] n. shivering

tile-kulisu [body-part+wheel.] n. a prosthetic leg fitted with a wheel at the bottom

tile-kulule [body-part+color.] n. complexion

tile-kuna [body-part+comparison.] n. the act of comparing one's nose shape, weight, waistline, breast size, etc. to those of others to judge whether oneself is attractive enough

tile-kunete [body-part+condition.] n. fitness; shape (as in "in bad physical shape")

tile-kunune [body-part+communication.] n. the transfer of signals from the brain to parts of the body or vice versa

tile-kupake [body-part+cup.] n. a cup used for urinalysis

tile-kupate [body-part+fight.] n. fight; squabble -- a combat conducted through punching, hitting and kicking rather than with weapons

tile-kupi-keke [body-part+copy+sibling.] n. a clone

tile-kusulu [body-part+alcohol.] n. amount of alcohol in the body

tile-lani [body-part+intensity.] n. exertion -- application of intense physical effort

tile-lele [body-part+{masculine}.] n. male genitals

tile-lepe [body-part+left+{noun-modifier}.] adj. on the left-hand side of the human body

tile-lepe-kune [body-part+left+{opposite}+{noun-modifier}.] adj. on the right-hand side of the human body

tile-lete [body-part+{diminutive}.] n. organ

tile-lete [body-part+{diminutive}.] n. tissue

tile-lete-pe [body-part+{diminutive}+person.] n. dwarf, midget

tile-liku-nala [body-part+liquid+disparagement.] n. urine, piss, pee -- liquid excretory product

tile-lipe [body-part+freedom.] n. freedom of movement; ease of moving about

tile-lisepe [body-part+reciprocity.] n. reflex -- an automatic physical reaction to a stimulus

tile-luka [body-part+rock.] n. gallstone

tile-lunene [body-part+light.] n. bioluminescence -- the natural glowing light produced by an organism's body

tile-nalusu [body-part+outside+{verb}.] v. to get X out of one's system

tile-nana [body-part+electricity.] n. biologically produced electricity, as that of electric eels

tile-nanese [body-part+meat.] n. organ meats

tile-napase-kelepe [body-part+competition+play.] n. sport -- any form of competitive recreation that entails a test of physical strength, speed, agility and/or movement

tile-napase-kelepe-nike [body-part+competition+play+worker.] n. athlete

tile-napate [body-part+increase+{verb}.] v. grow -- to increase in height and/or weight with maturation

tile-nati [body-part+matter.] n. tissue

tile-natu-kunete [body-part+adult+condition.] n. physical maturity

tile-nesete [body-part+site.] n. graveyard -- any place where large numbers of dead bodies are placed

tile-nete [body-part+net.] n. mosquito netting

tile-nila [body-part+blue.] n. cyanosis

tile-nusika [body-part+music.] n. dancing -- ritualistic gyrations of the body

tile-nutu [body-part+death.] n. physical as opposed to spiritual death

tile-paneka [body-part+reserve.] n. a bank for reserving blood, corneas, hearts, lungs, kidneys or other organs for transplant

tile-pasala [body-part+market.] n. the market for animal parts usually sold for supposed medicinal qualities

tile-penete [body-part+sale.] n. donation of one's body for science

tile-pepe [body-part+creation.] n. a bodily product, as phlegm, blood or vomit

tile-pile [body-part+yellow.] n. jaundice

tile-pitina [body-part+mark.] n. scarification -- the deliberate placement of permanent marks on one's body

tile-pu [body-part+diagonal+{verb}.] v. lean -- to stand at a slant

tile-pulefe [body-part+dust.] n. dust; earth; clay; ashes -- that to which a mortal body returns after decomposition or burial

tile-puna [body-part+form.] n. figure; a human figure; hitokage {Japanese}

tile-pusi [body-part+use.] n. exercise -- maintenance of the body through strenuous physical activity

tile-pusiti-pitina [body-part+position+mark.] n. the outline of a corpse drawn on the site of a murder to record the placement and bodily position of the body

tile-sa [body-part+{difference}.] n. genetic diversity

tile-sakala [body-part+form.] n. body type (stocky, petite, muscular, emaciated, etc.)

tile-sake [body-part+sack.] n. body bag -- a bag for deposition of a badly mutilated corpse

tile-salana [body-part+direction.] n. equilibrium

tile-salana-kune [body-part+direction+{opposite}.] n. disorientation; disequilibrium

tile-salane [body-part+{decay}.] n. atrophy

tile-salape-kasese [body-part+{old-object}+{abstraction}.] n. ageing; senescence; old age -- the deterioration of the body with age

tile-sanate [body-part+freeze.] n. frostbite

tile-sanile [body-part+beauty.] n. physical attractiveness

tile-sapili [body-part+ability.] n. physical stamina

tile-sasa-kune [body-part+off+{opposite}+{noun-modifier}.] adj. on one's person

tile-satana [body-part+side.] n. side, flank -- one of the areas the edge of the body that connect the human abdomen and back

tile-satisi [body-part+satisfaction.] n. physical gratification

tile-sekupe-kakate [body-part+watcher+action.] n. examination -- observation of a patient's body by a physician

tile-sesete [body-part+{feminine}.] n. female genitals

tile-setina [body-part+wall.] n. wall -- a barrier formed by the body of another person

tile-sikala [body-part+frame.] n. skeleton -- the main supportive structure of a body; more expansive than "costsist", includes skeletons of bone, cartilage, chitin and other materials

tile-sike [body-part+search.] n. the search for a missing body

tile-sipe [body-part+task.] n. physical labor; toil

tile-sise [body-part+system.] n. body -- the entire physical structure of an organism, especially an animal or human being

tile-sise-kulupe-nine [body-part+system+{deep-object}+fish.] n. crappie (genus Pomoxis)

tile-sise-kunune [body-part+system+communication.] n. body language

tile-sise-netu [body-part+system+middle.] n. abdomen, venter, stomach, belly -- the region of the body of a vertebrate between the thorax and the pelvis

tile-sula [body-part+hour.] n. circadian hour

tile-supaka [body-part+opening.] n. bodily cavity

tile-susitu [body-part+substitute.] n. prosthesis

tile-taketu [body-part+touch.] n. making out -- the affectionate process of touching and stroking the body of one another

tile-tala [body-part+removal.] n. surgical removal; -ectomy

tile-tanu [body-part+injury.] n. injury -- physical harm or damage

Tile-tapula-se [body-part+board.] proper n. Soloflex machine

tile-tasale [body-part+remainder.] n. remains -- what is left of a dead body

ti-lete [three+{diminutive}.] n. two

tile-tekale [body-part+claim.] n. identification by a close friend or relative of a dead body

tile-tene-kasese [body-part+{hot-object}+{abstraction}.] n. body temperature

tile-tepuse [body-part+time.] n. body time -- the time of the day according to the sleeping patterns to which a person's body is accustomed from living in a certain time zone

tile-tesite [body-part+desire.] n. longing for more attractive physical attributes

tile-tine [body-part+day.] n. circadian day

tile-tuna [body-part+{augmentative}.] n. body

tile-tuna-pe [body-part+{augmentative}+person.] n. giant

tile-tunune [body-part+gift.] n. a severed body part (as the head of a conquered enemy, the scrotum of a bull or the thumb of a vanquished wrestler) taken as a souvenir of one's achievements

tile-tunune-kakate [body-part+gift+action.] n. organ donation

tile-tunune-kalene [body-part+gift+agent.] n. organ donor

Ti-lili-se [three+world.] proper n. Earth -- the third planet from the Sun

Ti-luna-tuna-pe-se [three+moon+{augmentative}+person.] proper n. Terran; earthling

Ti-luna-tuna-se [three+moon+{augmentative}.] proper n. Earth

Ti-lune-pine-tuna-se [three+red+building+{augmentative}.] proper n. Gibraltar (GIB)

Ti-nale-suli-se [three+ocean+connection.] proper n. Panama Canal -- opened in 1914, linking the Caribbean Sea with the Pacific Ocean

ti-nasini [three+vehicle.] n. triplane

Ti-natinu-lete-se [three+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. New Jersey -- third state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Dec. 18, 1787

tine [From Hindi /din/ and Russian /dien/, with initial /d-/ in Spanish /dia/, English 'day', Dutch 'dag', Indo-European *dye-, Latin 'dies'.] day -- time for a planet to make a complete rotation on its axis

tine-kalane [day+communication-unit.] n. daily entry in a day book

tine-kesinu [day+science.] n. chronology

tine-kune [day+{opposite}.] n. night

tine-kune-nasiku [day+{opposite}+insect.] n. moth

tine-kune-netu [day+{opposite}+middle.] n. midnight -- 12 o'clock at night; the middle of the night

tine-kune-pinise [day+{opposite}+ending.] n. dawn -- the break of day

tine-kune-pinise-kune [day+{opposite}+ending+{opposite}.] n. twilight; dusk -- the borderline at which night breaks in

tine-kune-putuse-kune [day+{opposite}+future+{opposite}.] n. evening -- the hours before twilight

tine-kune-sanata-nane [day+{opposite}+hand+mammal.] n. galago, bushbaby (Galagonidae)

tine-kune-sili [day+{opposite}+bird.] n. nightingale (Luscinia)

tine-lu [day+fall.] n. twilight, dusk, nightfall -- the time of day immediately following sunset

tine-nasini [day+vehicle.] n. commuter car

Tine-nasi-se [day+machine.] proper n. Aztec solar calendar -- a circular stone used by the Aztecs for reckoning days (not hours)

Ti-nene-natinu-lete-se [three+nine+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. North Dakota -- 39th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Nov. 2, 1889

ti-nene-pe [three+nine+person.] n. 39-year old -- a person who has experienced 39 but not 40 years since birth

tine-netu [day+middle.] n. noon, twelve noon, high noon, midday, noonday, noontide -- (the middle of the day

tine-netu-kita-tepuse [day+middle+food+time.] n. lunch -- the meal eaten around the middle of the day

tine-netu-putuse [day+middle+future.] n. afternoon -- the time after 12:00 but before evening

tine-pinise-kune [day+ending+{opposite}.] n. morning -- the period shortly after the sun is all the way visible from the earth

tine-seli [day+series.] n. week -- any period of seven consecutive days

tine-sula [day+hour.] n. o'clock -- according to the clock

tine-sule-nuni [day+Sun+absence.] n. night, nighttime -- the time after sunset and before sunrise while it is dark outside

tine-sule-nuni [day+Sun+absence.] n. nighttime -- the time between sunset of one day and sunrise of the next

tine-tepuse [day+time.] n. time of day -- clock time

Ti-nu-natinu-lete-se [three+one+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. California -- 31th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Sept. 9, 1850

ti-nu-pe [three+one+person.] n. 31-year old -- a person who has experienced 31 but not 32 years since birth

ti-nupili [three+noble.] n. grand duke/grand duchess

ti-nupili-lele [three+noble+{masculine}.] n. grand duke

ti-nupili-sesete [three+noble+{feminine}.] n. grand duchess

ti-palana-kalese [three+plant+class.] n. class

ti-pe [three+person.] n. three-year old -- a person who has experienced three but not four years since birth

Ti-pene-natinu-lete-se [three+five+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. West Virginia -- 35th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on June 20, 1863

ti-pene-pe [three+five+person.] n. 35-year old -- a person who has experienced 35 but not 36 years since birth

ti-pete [three+foot.] n. tripod -- a three-legged stand for a camera.

ti-pete-nasini [three+foot+vehicle.] n. tricycle

Ti-pile-sikulu-se [three+yellow+circle.] proper n. Tokelau (TKL)

ti-pukuse [three+fire.] n. three-alarm fire

ti-pusata-kalese [three+mail+class.] n. third class, third-class mail -- mail that includes all printed matter (except newspapers and magazines) that weighs less than 16 ounces and is unsealed (U.S. & Canada)

tisala [From Hindi /tijarat/ and Arabic /tajar/, with initial /t-/ in German and English forms.] exchange, trade -- reciprocal transfer of equivalent sums of goods or money

tisala-kapina [exchange+card.] n. trading card (like the jebfabjanti tajarcart)

tisala-lete-tepuse-palate [exchange+{diminutive}+time+part.] n. depression -- a time in which the economy sees only a small amount of commerce compared to usual

tisala-nusike [exchange+rodent.] n. pack rat, woodrat (Neotoma)

tisala-pusata [exchange+mail.] n. direct mail

ti-sapite [three+copulation.] n. me'nage a` trois'

ti-sata-kalese [three+animal+class.] n. class

Ti-sese-natinu-lete-se [three+six+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Nevada -- 36th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Oct. 31, 1864

ti-sese-pe [three+six+person.] n. 36-year old -- a person who has experienced 36 but not 37 years since birth

ti-sese-pene-tine [three+six+five+day.] n. year

Ti-sete-natinu-lete-se [three+seven+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Nebraska -- 37th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on March 1, 1867

ti-sete-pe [three+seven+person.] n. 37-year old -- a person who has experienced 37 but not 38 years since birth

Ti-silu-natinu-lete-se [three+zero+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Wisconsin -- 30th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on May 29, 1848

ti-silu-pe [three+zero+person.] n. 30-year old -- a person who has experienced 30 but not 31 years since birth

ti-silu-tunu [three+zero+atom.] n. zinc, Zn, atomic number 30 -- a bluish-white lustrous metallic element; brittle at ordinary temperatures but malleable when heated; used in a wide variety of alloys and in galvanizing iron; it occurs as zinc sulphide in zinc blende

ti-sunu-sinata [three+sound+tool.] n. triangle (musical instrument)

Ti-sutale-kulepu-se [three+thread+body-of-water.] proper n. Yangtze River, Chang Jiang -- the longest river of China and of Asia, flowing about 5,550 km (3,450 mi) from Xizang (Tibet) to the East China Sea

Ti-tesu-nu-tesu-se [three+god+one+god.] proper n. Trinity, Holy Trinity, Blessed Trinity -- the union of the Father and Son and Holy Ghost in one Godhead

titi [Unknown origin.] corn, maize -- tall annual cereal grass bearing kernels on large ears; widely cultivated in America in many varieties; the principal cereal in Mexico and South America since pre-Columbian times

titi-liku [corn+liquid.] n. oil extracted from kernels

Ti-ti-natinu-lete-se [three+three+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Oregon -- 33th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Feb. 14, 1859

ti-ti-pe [three+three+person.] n. 33-year old -- a person who has experienced 33 but not 34 years since birth

titi-sukale-liku [corn+sugar+liquid.] n. corn syrup

ti-tuna [three+{augmentative}.] n. 30

ti-tuna [three+{augmentative}.] n. four

Ti-tu-natinu-lete-se [three+two+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Minnesota -- 32th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on May 11, 1858

ti-tu-pe [three+two+person.] n. 32-year old -- a person who has experienced 32 but not 33 years since birth

tu [From Indo-European *duwo.] two -- the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one or a numeral representing such a number

tu-kalane [two+communication-unit.] n. message and reply as a unit

Tu-kalase-se [two+cross.] proper n. Union Jack

Tu-kalase-se [two+cross.] proper n. United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland (GBR)

Tu-kalase-tesu-sise-se [two+cross+god+system.] proper n. Protestantism -- the theological system of any of the churches of Western Christendom that separated from the Roman Catholic Church during the Reformation

tu-kalepe-satisi-kusulu [two+carbon+satisfaction+alcohol.] n. ethanol -- CH3-CH2-OH

tu-kali-sise-kalane [two+word+system+communication-unit.] n. translation -- a written communication in a second language having the same meaning as the written communication in the first language

tu-kanelu [two+camel.] n. two-humped camel

tu-kani [two+garment.] n. two-piece clothing

tu-kasele [two+fraction.] n. half, one-half -- one of two equal parts divisible in a whole

tu-kasele-sikulu-kanete [two+fraction+circle+fastener.] n. hook -- a catch for locking a door

tu-katipa-sisi-sinata [two+bar+movement+tool.] n. tongs -- any of various devices for taking hold of objects; usu. have two hinged legs w/ handles above and pointed hooks below

tu-kelepe-kapina [two+play+card.] n. deuce -- the playing card played between an ace and a three

Tu-kelu-natinu-lete-se [two+four+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Missouri -- 24th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Aug. 10, 1821

tu-kelu-pe [two+four+person.] n. 24-year old -- a person who has experienced 24 but not 25 years since birth

Tu-kelu-pitakesulina-palate-se [two+four+alphabet+part.] proper n. X -- the twenty fourth letter of the alphabet

tu-kelu-tunu [two+four+atom.] n. chromium -- element of atomic number 24

tu-kuku [two+lightning.] n. plug, male plug -- an electrical device with two pins that is inserted in a socket to make an electrical connection

tu-kulule [two+color+{noun-modifier}.] adj. bicolor

tu-kunapale [two+multiplication.] n. double -- consisting of or involving two parts usu. in pairs [adj

tu-kune [two+{opposite}.] n. negative two, -2

tu-kupi [two+copy.] n. duplicate

tu-kupu-kakute-sata [two+edge+{sharp-object}+animal.] n. amphioxus (subphylum Cephalochordata)

Tu-kutu-natinu-lete-se [two+eight+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Texas -- 28th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Dec. 29, 1845

tu-kutu-pe [two+eight+person.] n. 28-year old -- a person who has experienced 28 but not 29 years since birth

tu-kutu-tunu [two+eight+atom.] n. nickel -- element of atomic number 28

tule [From Hindi /tol/, with initial /t-/ in Arabic /takil/ and Russian /tyajyol/.] heavy object -- something with relatively high weight [scalar]

tule-kasese [{heavy-object}+{abstraction}.] n. debt

tule-kasese [{heavy-object}+{abstraction}.] n. weight -- vertical force exerted on a mass as a result of gravity [scalar = heavy to light

tule-kiki [heavy object+measure.] n. weight, system of weights -- a system of units used to express the weight of something

tule-kiki-lete [{heavy-object}+measure+{diminutive}.] n. gram (g)

tule-kiki-sinata [{heavy-object}+measure+tool.] n. scale

tule-kiki-tuna [{heavy-object}+measure+{augmentative}.] n. metric ton

tule-kune [{heavy-object}+{opposite}.] n. light object -- something with relatively light weight [scalar

tule-kune [{heavy-object}+{opposite}.] n. light weight object

tule-kune-tunu-lete [{heavy-object}+{opposite}+atom+{diminutive}.] n. lepton -- light(non-heavy)-particle, currently considered indivisible

tule-lete [{heavy-object}+{diminutive}.] n. weighty object

tule-netale-nusika [{heavy-object}+metal+music.] n. heavy metal -- a style of rock derived from punk, characterized by extreme loudness, profanity and thrashing

tulese [From Russian /tolst/.] thick object -- something with a relatively great thickness (dimension through an object as opposed to width or length) [scalar]

tulese-kasese [{thick-object}+{abstraction}.] n. thickness -- dimension through an object as opposed to width or length [scalar = thick to thin

tulese-kiki-kasese [{thick-object}+measure+{abstraction}.] n. thickness

tulese-kune [{thick-object}+{opposite}.] n. thin object -- something with a relatively small thickness (dimension through an object as opposed to width or length) [scalar

tulese-pitakesulina-puna [{thick-object}+alphabet+form.] n. bold print; bold type; boldface

tulese-tile [{thick-object}+body-part+{noun-modifier}.] adj. heavyset

tule-silene-kasese [{heavy-object}+{strong-object}+{abstraction}.] n. gravity

tule-tuna [{heavy-object}+{augmentative}.] n. hulk -- very heavy object

tule-tunu-lete [{heavy-object}+atom+{diminutive}.] n. hadron -- heavy particle

Tu-lili-kupate-sulala-se [two+world+fight+offspring.] proper n. Baby Boomer generation -- the U.S. generation born from 1946 to 1966

Tu-lili-se [two+world.] proper n. Venus -- the second planet from the Sun

tu-line-puna [two+line+form.] n. angle -- the inclination of one line toward another

tuna [{augmentative}+{verb-modifier}.] adv. much, very -- a great amount or extent

tuna [From Romance augmentative -on-, extant in English 'canton', 'carton', 'fronton', 'panettone', 'spontoon', 'teston', et al.] much -- a great amount or extent {augmentative}

tuna-kiki [{augmentative}+measure.] n. mole (mol)

tuna-kiki-kasese [{augmentative}+measure+{abstraction}.] n. amount of substance

Tu-nale-suli-se [two+ocean+connection.] proper n. Kiel Canal -- opened in 1895, linking the North Sea with the Baltic Sea

tuna-nulute [much+hammer.] n. sledgehammer, sledge, maul -- a heavy long-handled hammer used to drive stakes or wedges

tunatele [From Nahuatl 'tomatl', borrowed by way of Spanish into Arabic, Russian, Hindi, French, Germanic (English, Dutch, German, et al) and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial).] tomato -- mildly acid red or yellow pulpy, edible fruit of Lycopersicon esculentum

tunatele-liku [tomato+liquid.] n. ketchup -- a slow-moving liquid derived from tomatoes and seasoned, usually used as a condiment

Tu-natinu-lete-se [two+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Pennsylvania -- second state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Dec. 12, 1787

Tuna-tuna-nale-kune-se [{augmentative}+{augmentative}+ocean+{opposite}.] proper n. Asia

tune [From Chinese /tun/.] same things, identical things -- things incapable of being perceived as different

tune [same-things+{verb}.] v. S equals O.

Tu-nelu-kune-tale-se [two+black+{opposite}+star.] proper n. St. Kitts (KNA)

Tu-nelu-tale-se [two+black+star.] proper n. Sao Tome and Principe (STP)

Tu-nene-natinu-lete-se [two+nine+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Iowa -- 29th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Dec. 28, 1846

tu-nene-pe [two+nine+person.] n. 29-year old -- a person who has experienced 29 but not 30 years since birth

tu-nene-tunu [two+nine+atom.] n. copper -- element of atomic number 29

tune-paneka [same-things+reserve.] n. spare parts

tune-patate-palate [same-things+object+part+{noun-modifier}.] adj. fused -- joined into a single inseparable body

tune-patate-palate-kunete [same-things+object+part+condition.] n. fusion -- the fact of being joined into a single inseparable body

tune-sise [same-things+system.] n. balance, equilibrium -- stable situation where forces cancel each other

tune-tepuse [same-things+time+{verb-modifier}.] adv. simultaneously

tunu [Truncation of Greek 'atomos', "atom", extant in Latin, Russian, Spanish, English, German, Dutch, Italian, Esperanto, Novial, et al.] atom -- smallest unit of an element, consisting of a dense positively charged nucleus surrounded by a system of electrons

tunu-kasese [atom+{abstraction}.] n. particle in contrast to waves; particle in general, including atoms, molecules, subatomic particles, mass points and tiny things.

tu-nuka-tata [two+limb+amphibian.] n. siren (genus Siren)

tunu-kesinu [atom+science.] n. nucleonics

tunu-kupate [atom+fight.] n. nuclear war -- war fought primarily with atomic weapons

tunu-lete [atom+{diminutive}.] n. subatomic particle

tunu-lete [atom+{diminutive}.] n. sub-atomic particle

tunu-lete-kesinu [atom+{diminutive}+science.] n. subnuclear physics

tunu-lete-palate [atom+{diminutive}+part.] n. quark

tunu-nasini [atom+vehicle.] n. nuclear-powered submarine

Tu-nu-natinu-lete-se [two+one+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Illinois -- 21th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Dec. 3, 1818

tunune [From Latin 'donum', "gift" (extant in English 'donate', in Spanish, Esperanto and Novial), from Indo-European *do-, "to give", extant in Hindi /dena/ and Russian /dav/.] gift -- something acquired without compensation

tunune-kalane [gift+communication-unit.] n. gift tag

tunune-kapina [gift+card.] n. the "From: ~ To: ~" tag attached to wrapped presents

tunu-nenu [atom+egg.] n. ovum, egg cell -- the female reproductive cell; the female gamete

tunune-senuse-kune [gift+sense+{opposite}.] n. greed -- an excessive desire to acquire or possess more than one needs or deserves

tunune-seti [gift+emotion.] n. generosity, charity -- a kindly and leziupt attitude toward people

tunune-sipe [gift+task.] n. quest, seeking -- the act of searching for something

tunu-netu [atom+middle.] n. nucleus

tu-nu-pe [two+one+person.] n. 21-year old -- a person who has experienced 21 but not 22 years since birth

tu-nupili [two+noble.] n. prince/princess

tu-nupili-lele [two+noble+{masculine}.] n. prince

tu-nupili-sesete [two+noble+{feminine}.] n. princess

Tu-nu-pitakesulina-palate-se [two+one+alphabet+part.] proper n. U -- the twenty first letter of the alphabet

tunu-pitaku-kune [atom+separation+{opposite}.] n. chemical compound

tunu-salane [atom+decay.] n. radiation, radioactivity -- the spontaneous emission of a stream of particles or electromagnetic rays in nuclear decay

tu-nu-sula [two+one+hour.] n. nine o'clock in the evening

tunu-tuna [atom+{augmentative}.] n. molecule

tu-nu-tunu [two+one+atom.] n. scandium -- element of atomic number 21

tunu-tunu-lete [atom+atom+{diminutive}.] n. proton

tupa [From Spanish 'turba'.] pressing, pressure -- the act of pressing

tupa-kalane [pressing+communication-unit.] n. kerned text

tupa-kesinu [pressing+science.] n. gravitologist

tupa-kunune [pressing+communication.] n. telegraphy -- a system of communicating over long distances by pressing on a device that willproduce series of long and short sounds to represent letters

tupa-kunune-kalane [pressing+communication+communication-unit.] n. telegraph -- a message emitted via telegraphy

Tupa-kunune-pitakesulina-se [pressing+communication+alphabet.] proper n. Morse Code

tupa-kunune-sinata [pressing+communication+tool.] n. telegraph -- a machine used for sending telegraph messages

tupa-kunune-sunu-lanase [pressing+communication+sound+{long-object}.] n. dash; dah -- the long sound used to make up Morse Code letters, usually represented by a hyphen

tu-palana-kalese [two+plant+class.] n. division

tu-palate-kanete [two+part+fastener.] n. staple -- a short U-shaped wire nail for securing cables or a smaller version for fastening papers

tu-pale [two+blade.] n. scissors -- a cutting implement having two crossed pivoting blades

tu-palise [two+digit.] n. ring finger

tupe [From English /top/, with initial /t-/ in Spanish /tesh/.] top -- the uppermost part, point, surface or end

tu-pe [two+person.] n. two-year old -- a person who has experienced two but not three years since birth

tupe-kalape-nasini [top+change+vehicle.] n. convertible

tupe-kune [top+{opposite}.] n. bottom -- the lower side of anything

tupe-kune [top+{opposite}.] n. bottom -- the lowermost part, etc.

tupe-kune-na [top+{opposite}+{preposition}.] postp. at the bottom of -- position preposition

tupe-kune-nuka [top+{opposite}+limb.] n. leg -- the whole inferior limb, not the technical sense of only the part between the knee and ankle

tupe-kune-pesipitasi-luka [top+{opposite}+precipitation+rock.] n. stalagmite -- a cylinder of calcium carbonate projecting upward from the floor of a limestone cave

tupe-kune-pine [top+{opposite}+building.] n. foundation -- lowest supporting part of a structure

tupe-kune-pusiti [top+{opposite}+position+{noun-modifier}.] adj. upside-down -- inverted so that the top part is in bottom position and vice versa

tupe-kune-sisi-na [top+{opposite}+movement+{preposition}.] postp. down, downward -- motion preposition

tupe-kune-tepuse [top+{opposite}+time+{verb}.] v. until -- clause conjunction

tupe-kune-tepuse-na [top+{opposite}+time+{preposition}.] postp. till, until -- time preposition

tupe-kupu [top+edge.] n. upper crust, snob -- the class occupying the highest position in the social hierarchy

Tu-pene-natinu-lete-se [two+five+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Arkansas -- 25th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on June 15, 1836

tu-pene-pe [two+five+person.] n. 25-year old -- a person who has experienced 25 but not 26 years since birth

Tu-pene-pitakesulina-palate-se [two+five+alphabet+part.] proper n. Y -- the twenty fifth letter of the alphabet

tu-pene-tunu [two+five+atom.] n. manganese -- element of atomic number 25

tupe-pesipitasi-luka [top+precipitation+rock.] n. stalactite -- a cylinder of calcium carbonate projecting downward from the ceiling of a limestone cave

tupe-pila-sili [top+feather+bird.] n. quail (genus Coturnix)

tupe-pinise-kune-pitakesulina [top+ending+{opposite}+alphabet.] n. a system of writing (such as many Oriental scripts) in which the characters are written from top to bottom of each line in the order in which they are to be read

tu-pete [two+foot.] n. biped -- vertebrate animal with two feet

tu-pete-nasini [two+foot+vehicle.] n. bicycle

tupe-tunu-lete-palate [top+atom+{diminutive}+part.] n. top-quark

tu-piku [two+buttock.] n. buttocks, butt, backside, bum, buns -- the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on

Tu-pile-tuna-tale-se [two+yellow+{augmentative}+star.] proper n. Syrian Arab Republic (SYR)

tu-pina-kanete [two+plane+fastener.] n. hinge -- a device that holds two parts together so that one can swing relative to the other

Tu-pitakesulina-palate-se [two+alphabet+part.] proper n. B -- the second letter of the alphabet

tu-pusata-kalese [two+mail+class.] n. second class, second-class mail -- mail that includes newspapers and periodicals (U.S. & Canada)

tupuse [From Latin 'tubus', extant in Spanish, English, Russian, et al.] tube -- a long hollow object used to hold and conduct liquids or gases

tupuse-kane [tube+sight.] n. tunnel vision

tupuse-nasini [tube+vehicle.] n. subway

tupuse-nuni [tube+absence.] n. tubeless, tubeless tire -- pneumatic tire not needing an inner tube to be airtight

tupuse-nuni-kulisu [tube+absence+wheel.] n. tubeless, tubeless tire -- pneumatic tire not needing an inner tube to be airtight

tupuse-nuni-palana [tube+absence+plant.] n. bryophyte -- any of a division of plants that lack a vascular tube, including mosses, liverworts and hornworts

tupuse-nuni-palana-nani [tube+absence+plant+soft-object.] n. moss -- a plant of the class Musci

tupuse-nuni-palana-sata [tube+absence+plant+animal.] n. bryozoan; "moss-animal" (phylum Bryozoa)

tupuse-pata-sane [tube+water+bread.] n. rigatoni

tupuse-pusata [tube+mail.] n. mailng tube -- a cardboard tube for mailing posters and large pictures

tupuse-sunu-sinata [tube+sound+tool.] n. pipe organ

tupuse-tuna [tube+{augmentative}.] n. pipe; conduit -- a tube for the passage of water (c.f. vattub)

tupuse-tuna-pata-sane [tube+{augmentative}+water+bread.] n. ziti

tupuse-tusane [tube+storm.] n. cyclone

tu-sanata-sunu [two+hand+sound.] n. applause -- the sound or action of hands being clapped together in praise of something

tu-sanata-sunu [two+hand+sound.] n. clapping -- the sound of two hands being repeatedly pushed together

tusane [From Arabic /tufan/, from a Greek form adopted in to Hindi, English, Mandarin Chinese, et al] storm -- a violent weather condition with high winds and precipitation and thunder and lightening

tu-sane [two+bread.] n. sandwich -- two or more slices of bread one on top of the other with one or more other foods (such as meat or cheese or jams or spreads) placed between them

tusane-kesinu [storm+science.] n. meteorology

Tusane-kiki-se [un-modifier}+measure+{verb}.] proper n. Beaufort scale -- a scale on which successive ranges of wind velocities are assigned code numbers from 0 (calm) to 12 (hurricane)

tusane-netu [storm+middle.] n. eye of a storm -- a calm area in the middle of a large storm such as a hurricane

tusane-nuni [storm+absence.] n. calm

tusane-pine [storm+building.] n. storm cellar, cyclone cellar, tornado cellar -- an underground shelter where you can go until a storm passes

tusane-sili [storm+bird.] n. storm petrel (Hydrobatinae)

tu-sata-kalese [two+animal+class.] n. phylum

tusekale [{difficult-task}+{verb}.] v. S is difficult about O.

tusekale [From Hindi /dushkar/.] difficult task -- something requiring relatively great effort to accomplish, comprehend or endure [scalar]

tusekale-kalane [{difficult-task}+communication-unit.] n. difficult concept

tusekale-kalane [difficult task+communication unit.] n. cipher, cypher -- a message written in a secret code

tusekale-kune [{difficult-task}+{opposite}.] n. easy task -- something requiring relatively little effort to accomplish, comprehend or endure [scalar

Tu-sese-natinu-lete-se [two+six+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Michigan -- 26th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Jan. 26., 1837

tu-sese-pe [two+six+person.] n. 26-year old -- a person who has experienced 26 but not 27 years since birth

Tu-sese-pitakesulina-palate-se [two+six+alphabet+part.] proper n. Z -- the twenty sixth letter of the alphabet

tu-sese-tunu [two+six+atom.] n. iron -- element of atomic number 26

Tu-sete-natinu-lete-se [two+seven+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Florida -- 27th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on March 3, 1845

tu-sete-pe [two+seven+person.] n. 27-year old -- a person who has experienced 27 but not 28 years since birth

tu-sete-tunu [two+seven+atom.] n. cobalt -- element of atomic number 27

tu-silu [two+zero.] n. twenty -- the cardinal number that is the sum of nineteen

tu-silu [two+zero.] n. twenty, 20

Tu-silu-natinu-lete-se [two+zero+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Mississippi -- 20th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Dec. 10, 1817

tu-silu-pe [two+zero+person.] n. 20-year old -- a person who has experienced 20 but not 21 years since birth

Tu-silu-pitakesulina-palate-se [two+zero+alphabet+part.] proper n. T -- the twentieth letter of the alphabet

tu-silu-sula [two+zero+hour.] n. eight o'clock in the evening

tu-silu-tunu [two+zero+atom.] n. calcium -- element of atomic number 20

tu-sula [two+hour.] n. two o'clock in the morning

tu-sunu [two+sound.] n. stereo, stereo system, stereophonic system -- reproducer in which two microphones feed two or more loudspeakers to give a three-dimensional effect to the sound

Tu-sutale-kulepu-natinu-se [two+thread+body-of-water+nation.] proper n. Brazil

Tu-sutale-kulepu-se [two+thread+body-of-water.] proper n. Amazon -- the second-longest river in the world, flowing about 6,300 km (3,900 mi) from Peru across northern Brazil to the Atlantic Ocean

Tu-sutale-kulepu-tutu-se [two+thread+body-of-water+World-Wide-Web.] proper n.

tu-tepuse [two+time.] n. twice -- 2 times [adv

tu-tepuse [two+time+{verb}.] v. v. 1. double-time -- to go twice as fast relative to something else. 2. cut-time -- to perform music in 2/4 time. 3. two-time -- to pretend to be exclusively faithful to two separate people.

tu-tile-kanelu [two+body-part+camel.] n. two-humped camel, Bactrian

Tu-ti-natinu-lete-se [two+three+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Maine -- 23th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on March 15, 1820

Tu-tine-se [two+day.] proper n. Monday -- second day of the week, first working day

tu-ti-pe [two+three+person.] n. 23-year old -- a person who has experienced 23 but not 24 years since birth

Tu-ti-pitakesulina-palate-se [two+three+alphabet+part.] proper n. W -- the twenty third letter of the alphabet

tu-ti-sula [two+three+hour.] n. eleven o'clock in the evening

tu-ti-tunu [two+three+atom.] n. vanadium -- element of atomic number 23

tutu [Unknown origin.] World Wide Web -- collection of Internet sites that offer text, graphics, sound and animation resources through hypertext transfer protocol

tutu-kalane [World-Wide-Web+communication-unit.] n. web page

Tutu-kali-sise-se [noun-modifier}+word+system+{verb}.] proper n. HTML, Hypertext Markup Language -- the standard format used for specifying the structure and content of pages of the World Wide Web

tutu-kasese [World-Wide-Web+{abstraction}.] n. hypertext

tutu-kune [World-Wide-Web+{opposite}.] n. local file system

tutu-kupate [WWW+fight.] n. flame -- a harsh criticism meant to incite anger or debate, as on a computer network

Tutu-lete-se [World-Wide-Web+{diminutive}.] proper n. Intranet-based web

tu-tuna [two+{augmentative}.] n. twenty

tu-tuna-kelu [two+{augmentative}+four.] n. 24

tu-tuna-kutu [two+{augmentative}+eight.] n. 28

tu-tuna-nene [two+{augmentative}+nine.] n. 29

tu-tuna-pene [two+{augmentative}+five.] n. 25

tu-tuna-sese [two+{augmentative}+six.] n. 26

tu-tuna-sete [two+{augmentative}+seven.] n. 27

tu-tuna-ti [two+{augmentative}+three.] n. 23

Tu-tu-natinu-lete-se [two+two+nation+{diminutive}.] proper n. Alabama-- 22th state to enter the Union, admitted to the U.S. on Dec. 14, 1819

tu-tuna-tu [two+{augmentative}+two.] n. 22

tu-tunu [two+atom.] n. helium -- element of atomic number 2

tu-tu-pe [two+two+person.] n. 22-year old -- a person who has experienced 22 but not 23 years since birth

Tu-tu-pitakesulina-palate-se [two+two+alphabet+part.] proper n. V -- the twenty second letter of the alphabet

tutu-pusata [World-Wide-Web+mail.] n. webmail --

tutu-sapali [World-Wide-Web+journey.] n. websurfing

tutu-sapite-pikuta [World-Wide-Web+copulation+picture.] n. cyberporn -- pornography displayed on the World Wide Web

tutu-sike-sapali-lete [World-Wide-Web+search+journey+{diminutive}.] n. websurfing

tu-tu-sula [two+two+hour.] n. ten o'clock in the evening

Tutu-tuna-se [World-Wide-Web+{augmentative}.] proper n. WWW and WAP

tu-tu-tunu [two+two+atom.] n. titanium -- element of atomic number 22

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