'TRANSITIONAL ENGLISH: TRANSLATORS' WORKING TEXT FOR ALL LANGUAGES'


'Appendix Six'

'Vocabulary: Transitional English - Name of your language'

'The abbreviations used in this vocabulary are: adj. - adjective; adv. - adverbio; art. - article; conj. - conjunction; interrog. - interrogative; n. - noun; part. - participle; phr. - phrase; pl. - plural; pl.n. - plural noun; pl.pron. - plural pronoun; p.n. - proper noun;poss. - possessive; poss.adj. - possessive adjective; p.p. - past participle;prep. - preposition; pres.p. - present participle; pron. - pronoun; refl. - reflexive; sing. - singular; v. - verb.'

A

a (a), art. 'uno-a'
abálish (abolish), v. ' '
abáv (above), prep. ' '
abáwt (about), prep. ' '
áb¥ekt (object), n. ' '
ab¥ékt (object), v. ' '
abrí¥ing (abridging), part. ' '
abtéyn (obtain), v. ' '
abyüs (abuse), n. ' '
abyüs (abuse), v. ' '
abzrvéyshn (observation), n. ' '
achïv (achieve), v. ' '
ádhr (other), pron. ' '
adshn (addition), n. ' '
adrés (address), n. ' '
advënts (advance), v. ' '
adyû (adieu), n. ' '
afër (affair), n. ' '
agén (again), adv. ' '
agnst (against), prep. ' '
ágli (ugli), adj. ' '
agó (ago), adv. ' '
akástûm (accustom), v. ' '
akáwnt (account), n. ' '
akórdingli (accordingly), adv. ' '
akrós (across), prep. ' '
Aktóbr (October), p.n. ' '
akwáyr (acquire), v. ' '
ákyupay (occupy), v. ' '
akyúzed (accused), adj. ' '
alï¥ûnts (allegiance), n. ' '
áltimûtli (ultimately), adv. ' '
amáng (among), prep. ' '
ambréla (umbrella), n. ' '
améndmûnt (amendment), n. ' '
Amérikûn (American), adj. ' '
amyúzmûnt (amusement), n. ' '
an (on), prep. ' '
anádhr (another), pron. ' '
anbilïvûbl (unbelievable), adj. ' '
an¥astûfáyûbl (unjustifiable), adj. ' '
ándr (under), prep. ' '
andrstënd (understand), v. ' '
andrtéyk (undertake), v. ' '
anfínished (unfinished), adj. ' '
anhk (unhook), v. ' '
ánkls (uncles), pl.n. ' '
änr (honor), n. ' '
änr (honor), v. ' '
anórthodaks (unorthodox), adj. ' '
anrïzûnûbl (unreasonable), adj. ' '
ansaksésfl (unsuccessful), adj. ' '
ansetisféktri (unsatisfactory), adj. ' '
antíl (until), prep. ' '
ántrey (entree), n. ' '
anwórûntûbl (unwarrantable), adj. ' '
anyúzhuûl (unusual), adj. ' '
ap (up), prep. ' '
apártmûnt (apartment), n. ' '
apïl (appeal), v. ' '
apïr (appear), v. ' '
aprówch (approach), n. ' '
aprtyúniti (opportunity), n. ' '
aprúvl (approval), n. ' '
apûréyshn (operation), n. ' '
ápûzit (opposite), adj. ' '
aráwnd (around), prep. ' '
aráyv (arrive), v. ' '
aráyvl (arrival), n. ' '
aráyz (arise), v. ' '
arch (arch), n. ' '
árgyu (argue), v. ' '
árgyumnt (argument), n. ' '
arm (arm), n. ' '
ármi (army), n. ' '
art (art), n. ' '
artifíshl (artificial), adj. ' '
ártist (artist), n. ' '
as (us)=wi, pron. ' '
asémbl (assemble), v. ' '
asístûnts (assistance), n. ' '
asyúm (assume), v. ' '
aték (attack), n. ' '
atémpt (attempt), n. ' '
aténchn (attention), n. ' '
atrékshn (attraction), n. ' '
av (of), prep. ' '
av-ay (of I), poss. ' '
av-dhey (of they), poss. ' '
avéylûbl (available), adj. ' '
av-hi (of he), poss. ' '
av-it (of it), poss. ' '
ávn (oven), n. ' '
av-shi (of she), poss. ' '
av-wi (of we), poss. ' '
av-yu (of you), poss. ' '
awërnes (awareness), n. ' '
awéy (away), adv. ' '
awéyk (awake), n. ' '
awórd (award), n. ' '
áwr (hour), n. ' '
áwr (our)=av-wi, adj. ' '
awt (out), prep. ' '
ay (I, me), pron. ' '
äy (eye), n. ' '
aydía (idea), n. ' '
áylûnd (island), n. ' '
áyrn (iron), n. ' '
ays (ice), n. ' '
äys (eyes), pl.n. ' '
ay's (I's, my), poss. ' '
aysélf (I self), pron. ' '

B

bádi (body), n. ' '
baks (box), n. ' '
bákût (bucket), n. ' '
balb (bulb), n. ' '
bänd (bond), n. ' '
bänds (bonds), n. ' '
banéna (banana), n. ' '
bárgûn (bargain), n. ' '
bárow (borrow), v. ' '
bas (bus), n. ' '
báses (buses), pl.n. ' '
bat (but), conj. ' '
bat (but), prep. ' '
bätl (bottle), n. ' '
bátn (button), n. ' '
bátr (butter), n. ' '
báwndri (boundary), n. ' '
bay (buy), v. ' '
bay (by), prep. ' '
bay (bye), n. ' '
bayálû¥i (biology), n. ' '
bayt (bite), n. ' '
bed (bed), n. ' '
bëd (bad), adj. ' '
bed ënd brékfûst (bed and breakfast), phr. ' '
bédrums (bedrooms), pl.n. ' '
bëg (bag), n. ' '
bëgi¥ (baggage), n. ' '
bëk (back), n. ' '
bel (bell), n. ' '
bélëy (ballet), n. ' '
bëlûnts (balance), n. ' '
bënd (band), n. ' '
bënk (bank), n. ' '
bent (bent), adj. ' '
bëred=born (born), v.past ' '
béri (berry), n. ' '
bériûr (barrier), n. ' '
bëskût (basket), n. ' '
bëskûtböl (basketball), n. ' '
bëth (bath), n. ' '
bëths (baths), pl.n. ' '
bëtl (battle), n. ' '
béybi (baby), n. ' '
beys (base), n. ' '
béysböl (baseball), n. ' '
béysik (basic), adj. ' '
béysûn (basin), n. ' '
bï (be), v. ' '
bï (bee), n. ' '
bíblikl (biblical), adj. ' '
bïed born (beed born), v. ' '
biför (before), prep. ' '
big (big), adj. ' '
bign (begin), v. ' '
bigínr (beginner), n. ' '
biháynd (behind), prep. ' '
bihyvyr (behaviour), n. ' '
bikéym (became)=bikámed, v.past ' '
biköz (because), conj. ' '
bï láki (be lucky), phr. ' '
blding (building), n. ' '
bilf (belief), n. ' '
bilïv (believe), v. ' '
bilvbl (believable), adj. ' '
bïrd (beard), n. ' '
bisáyd (beside), prep. ' '
bisáyds (besides), prep. ' '
bit (bit), n. ' '
bítr (bitter), adj. ' '
bitwïn (between), prep. ' '
bzns (business), n. ' '
bíznûs létr (business letter), phr. ' '
blad (blood), n. ' '
blëk (black), adj. ' '
blënk (blank), adj. ' '
blésing (blessing), n. ' '
bleyd (blade), n. ' '
blow (blow), v. ' '
blü (blue), adj. ' '
böl (ball), n. ' '
börd (board), n. ' '
born=bëred (born), v. ' '
bowth (both), adj. ' '
bowl (bowl), n. ' '
bown (bone), n. ' '
bowt (boat), n. ' '
boy (boy), n. 'muchacho'
bóyling (boiling), p.pres. 'hirviendo'
brádhr (brother), n. 'hermano'
brádhr-in-lö (brother-in-law), n. 'cuado'
brash (brush), v. 'cepillar'
brash tïth (brush teeth), phr. 'cepillar los dientes'
Brátislava (Bratislava), p.n. 'Bratislava'
brawn (brown), adj. 'moreno, café'
brayt (bright), adj. 'brillante'
brd (bird), n. 'pjaro'
bred (bread), n. 'pan'
brékfûst (breakfast), n. 'desayuno'
brënch (branch), n. 'rama'
brënd (brand), adj. 'completamente'
brës (brass), n. 'bronce'
breth (breath), n. 'respiracin'
breyk (brake), v. 'frenar'
breyn (brain), n. 'cerebro'
breyv (brave), adj. 'valiente'
bri¥ (bridge), n. 'puente'
brik (brick), n. 'ladrillo'
bring (bring), v. 'traer'
Brtish (British), adj. 'britnico'
brn (burn), v. 'quemar'
bröd (broad), adj. 'ancho'
broshür (brochure), n. 'folleto'
Brrrgrrr Kiiing (Burger King), phr. 'restaurante de servicio rápido'
brst (burst), v. 'estallar'
brth (birth), n. ' '
buk (book), n. ' '
buks (books), pl.n. ' '
büt (boot), n. ' '
byútifl (beautiful), adj. ' '

CH

char¥ (charge), v. ' '
chek (check), n. ' '
chek awt (check out), phr. ' '
chënts (chance), n. ' '
chër (chair), n. ' '
chéri (cherry), n. ' '
chest (chest), n. ' '
cheyn (chain), n. ' '
cheyn¥ (change), n. ' '
cheyn¥ (change), v. ' '
chf (chief), n. ' '
chïk (cheek), n. ' '
chin (chin), n. ' '
chïp (cheap), adj. ' '
chïpr (cheaper), adj. ' '
chïpest (cheapest), adj. ' '
chïz (cheese), n. ' '
chok (chalk), n. ' '
chrch (church), n. ' '

¥

¥a¥ (judge), n. ' '
¥amp (jump), v. ' '
¥än (John), p.n. ' '
¥ast (just), adj. ' '
¥ástûfay (justify), v. ' '
¥ástûs (justice), n. ' '
¥li (jelly), n. ' '
¥énûreyt (generate), v. ' '
¥énûrûl (general), adj. ' '
¥enûtr (janitor), n. ' '
¥ényueri (January), p.n. ' '
¥éprdi (jeopardy), n. ' '
¥iágrûfi (geography), n. ' '
¥n (gene), n. ' '
¥ow (Joe), p.n. ' '
¥owk (joke), n. ' '
¥oyn (join), v. ' '
¥r'ni (journey), n. ' '
¥uláy (July), p.n. ' '
¥ün (June), p.n. ' '
¥úri (jury), n. ' '
¥uwl (jewel), n. ' '

D

dábl (double), adj. ' '
dktr (doctor), n. ' '
dákyumûnt (document), n. ' '
dálr (dollar), n. ' '
dánki (donkey), n. ' '
dark (dark), adj. ' '
dast (dust), n. ' '
dawn (down), prep. ' '
dawt (doubt), v. ' '
day (die), v. ' '
day¥schn (digestion), n. ' '
dayn (dine), v. ' '
dáyning höl (dining hall), phr. ' '
debákl (debacle), n. ' '
ded (dead), adj. ' '
dd (dad), n. ' '
ddi (daddy), n. ' '
dédikeyt (dedicate), v. ' '
deklaréyshn (declaration), n. ' '
dlikt (delicate), adj. ' '
délûgeyt (delegate), v. ' '
dmi¥ (damage), v. ' '
Dényub (Danube), p.n. ' '
déspûtizm (despotism), n. ' '
déstined (destined), adj. ' '
det (debt), n. ' '
deth (death), n. ' '
dey (day), n. ' '
déyli (daily), adv. ' '
déyn¥r (danger), n. ' '
dh- véase bajo DH
difénts (defense), n. ' '
dífikûlt (difficult), adj. ' '
difíshûntsi (deficiency), n. ' '
dífrnt (different), adj. ' '
dífrûnts (difference), n. ' '
diklër (declare), v. ' '
díkteyt (dictate), v. ' '
dináy (deny), v. ' '
dínr (dinner), n. ' '
dp (deep), adj. ' '
dipárchr (departure), n. ' '
dipndnt (dependent), adj. ' '
dipráyv (deprive), v. ' '
dïr (dear), adj. ' '
diráyv (derive), v. ' '
dirkshn (direction), n. ' '
disáyd (decide), v. ' '
disasmbl (disassemble), v. ' '
Disémbr (December), p.n. ' '
disgst (disgust), n. ' '
diszhn (decision), n. ' '
diskshn (discussion), n. ' '
diskávr (discover), v. ' '
diskvri (discovery), n. ' '
dískors (discourse), n. ' '
diskráyb (describe), v. ' '
dispáyt (despite), conj. ' '
dispéri¥ (disparage), v. ' '
dispöz (dispose), v. ' '
distráktiv (destructive), adj. ' '
distrkshn (destruction), n. ' '
distribyshn (distribution), n. ' '
dístrikt (district), n. ' '
dstnts (distance), n. ' '
dsgr (disagree), v. ' '
dïsûnt (decent), adj. ' '
dityl (detail), n. ' '
divyn (divine), adj. ' '
divlpmnt (development), n. ' '
divzhn (division), n. ' '
divówshn (devotion), n. ' '
divówt (devote), v. ' '
dizálv (dissolve), v. ' '
dizáyn (design), n. ' '
dizyr (desire), v. ' '
dizz (disease), n. ' '
dög (dog), n. ' '
dgi (doggy), n. ' '
doméstik (domestic), adj. ' '
dör (door), n. ' '
dótr (daughter), n. ' '
drag stör (drug store), n. ' '
drap (drop), v. ' '
dray (dry), adj. ' '
drayv (drive), v. ' '
dryving (driving), part. ' '
dráyvr (driver), v. ' '
dres (dress), n. ' '
dres (dress), v. ' '
dreyn (drain), v. ' '
drïm (dream), n. ' '
drink (drink), v. ' '
drûr (drawer), n. ' '
dr'ti (dirty), adj. ' '
du (do), v. ' '
dyúring (during), prep. ' '
dyúti (duty), n. ' '

DH

dha (the), art. ' '
dhas far (thus far), phr. ' '
dhen (then), adv. ' '
dhn (than), conj. ' '
dhër (there), adv. ' '
dhérav (thereof), adv. ' '
dhet (that), adj. sing. & pl. ' '
dhet (that), pron. ' '
dhet-wan (that one), pron. ' '
dhet wans (that ones, those), pron. ' '
dhey (they, them), pron. ' '
dhey's (they's, their), poss. ' '
dheysélfs (themselves), pl.refl.pron. ' '
dhis (this), adj. sing. & pl. ' '
dhis-wan (this one), pron. ' '
dhis-wans (these, this ones), pl.pron. ' '
dhow (though), conj. ' '

E

ëbsolyut (absolute), adj. ' '
e¥ (edge), n. ' '
ëd (add), v. ' '
ëdrûs (address), n. ' '
Ëdûm (Adam), p.n. ' '
edyukyshn (education), n. ' '
édyukeyt (educate), v. ' '
efrméyshn (affirmation), n. ' '
ftr (after), prep. ' '
eg (egg), n. ' '
ëks (axe), n. ' '
eksáyted (excited), adj. ' '
ekschyn¥ (exchange), v. ' '
ekshzbnd (ex-husband), n. ' '
eksïd (exceed), v. ' '
ekspénses (expenses), pl.n. ' '
ekspnshn (expansion), n. ' '
ekspérimûnt (experiment), n. ' '
ekspíriûnts (experience), n. ' '
eksprzidnt (ex-president), n. ' '
ksprt (expert), n. ' '
éksrsayz (exercise), n. ' '
eksténd (extend), v. ' '
kt (act), n. ' '
kt (act), v. ' '
ektíviti (activity), n. ' '
ëkwizíshn (acquisition), n. ' '
ekyuzéyshn (accusation), n. ' '
ëlay (ally), n. ' '
élbow (elbow), n. ' '
Elps (Alps), p.n. ' '
els (else), adj. ' '
élûfûnt (elephant), n. ' '
élûveytr (elevator), n. ' '
émfûsis (emphasis), n. ' '
en¥óy (enjoy), v. ' '
en¥óymûnt (enjoyment), n. ' '
n¥n (engine), n. ' '
én¥ûnïr (engineer), n. ' '
en¥ûnïring (engineering), n. ' '
end (end), n. ' '
ënd (and), conj. ' '
endáw (endow), v. ' '
endyür (endure), v. ' '
enfórs (enforce), v. ' '
engéy¥ in (engage in), phr. ' '
ngl (angle), n. ' '
ëngri (angry), adj. ' '
éni (any), adj. ' '
éni (any), pron. ' '
enk. = enklówzed (enclosed), adj. ' '
ënkshûs (anxious), adj. ' '
nsr (answer), n. ' '
ënsr (answer), v. ' '
nt (ant), n. ' '
ënt (aunt), n. ' '
entáytl (entitle), v. ' '
entísipeyt (anticipate), v. ' '
ënts (aunts), pl.n. ' '
énûml (animal), n. ' '
énûmi (enemy), n. ' '
eparts (apparatus), n. ' '
ëpl (apple), n. ' '
épûtayt (appetite), n. ' '
ër (air), n. ' '
Ër Fors Léngwi¥ Skül (Air Force Language School), p.n. ' '
éria (area), n. ' '
rr (error), n. ' '
Éshlûnd (Ashland), p.n. ' '
ësid (acid), n. ' '
esimtátik (asymptotic), adj. ' '
ësk (ask), v. ' '
ësrteyn (ascertain), v. ' '
estëblish (establish), v. ' '
ët (at), prep. ' '
éthnik (ethnic), adj. ' '
Etlënta (Atlanta), p.n. ' '
etsétra (etcetera), pl.n. ' '
évidûnt (evident), adj. ' '
évnyu (avenue), n. ' '
évr (ever), adv. ' '
évri (every), adj. ' '
évriwan (everyone), pron. ' '
évri¥ (average), n. ' '
éybl (able), adj. ' '
éy¥ûnt (agent), n. ' '
éy¥ûntsi (agency), n. ' '
Éyprûl (April), p.n. ' '
eyt (eight), adj. ' '
eyt (ate)=ïted, v.past ' '
eytïn (eighteen), adj. ' '
ëz (as), conj. ' '

F

fádhr (father), n. ' '
fand av (fond of), phr. ' '
far (far), adv. ' '
farm, (farm), n. ' '
fármr (farmer), n. ' '
fármûsi (pharmacy), n. ' '
fawl (fowl), n. ' '
fawndéyshn (foundation), n. ' '
fayn (fine), adj. ' '
fayn (fine), n. ' '
fáynl (final), adj. ' '
faynd (find), v. ' '
fáyr (fire), n. ' '
fayt (fight), v. ' '
fayv (five), adj. ' '
fayvtïn (fiveteen) adj. ' '
Fébrueri (February), p.n. ' '
fédhr (feather), n. ' '
fkt (fact), n. ' '
féktri (factory), n. ' '
felt (felt)=fïled, v.past ' '
fëmli (family), n. ' '
féri (fairy), n. ' '
fëst (fast), adj. ' '
fëstr (faster), adj. ' '
fët (fat), adj. ' '
feys (face), n. ' '
feys (face), v. ' '
féyvr (favor), n. ' '
fbl (feeble), adj. ' '
fiftïn (fifteen), adj. ' '
fíksed (fixed), p.p. ' '
fíkshn (fiction), n. ' '
fil (fill), v. ' '
fïld (field), n. ' '
fling (feeling), n. ' '
fmeyl (female), n. ' '
fíngr (finger), n. ' '
finish (finish), v. ' '
fr (fear), n. ' '
fish (fish), n. ' '
fíting (fitting), adj. ' '
fzikl (physical), adj. ' '
fl (full), adj. ' '
fláwr (flower), n. ' '
flay (fly), n. ' '
flay (fly), v. ' '
flayt (flight), n. ' '
flg (flag), n. ' '
flët (flat), adj. ' '
fleym (flame), n. ' '
flör (floor), n. ' '
flü (flew)=fláyed, v.past ' '
föl (fall), n. ' '
föl (fall), v. ' '
föl aslïp (fall asleep), phr. ' '
fold (fold), v. ' '
fols (false), adj. ' '
for (for), prep. ' '
for (four), adj. ' '
frchn (fortune), n. ' '
fork (fork), n.' '
form (form), n. ' '
fórmr (former), adj. ' '
fors (force), n. ' '
forth (forth), adv. ' '
forth (fourth), adj. ' '
fortïn (fourteen), adj. ' '
fórûn (foreign), adj. ' '
fórûst (forest), n. ' '
fórwrd (forward), adv. ' '
frant (front), n. ' '
Fráydey (Friday), p.n. ' '
fr'dhr (further), adv. ' '
frend (friend), n. ' '
freym (frame), n. ' '
frgét (forget), v. ' '
fri (free), adj. ' '
frídûm (freedom), n. ' '
frkwnt (frequent), adv. ' '
frïli (freely), adv. ' '
frm (firm), adj. ' '
from (from), prep. ' '
frst, wanth (first), adj. ' '
fr'tl (fertile), adj. ' '
frut (fruit), n. ' '
füd (food), n. ' '
fûl (full), adj. ' '
Fúlbrayt (Fulbright), p.n. ' '
flish (foolish), adj. ' '
fut (foot), n. ' '
fyu (few), adj. ' '
fyúchr (future), n. ' '

G

Gäd (God), p.n. ' '
gan (gun), n. ' '
gard (guard), n. ' '
gárdn (garden), n. ' '
gávrn (govern), v. ' '
gávrnmûnt (government), n. ' '
gayd (guide), v. ' '
get (get), v. ' '
get ap (get up), phr. ' '
get awy (get away), phr. ' '
get dawn (get down), phr. ' '
get ft (get fat), phr. ' '
get gift (get gift), phr. ' '
Gétisbrg (Gettysburg), p.n. ' '
geym (game), n. ' '
geyn (gain), v. ' '
geyv (gave)=gíved, v.past ' '
giv (give), v. ' '
glav (glove), n. ' '
gls (glass), n. ' '
glëses (glasses), pl.n. ' '
glowb (globe), n. ' '
glóbl (global), adj. ' '
go (go), v. ' '
go awéy (go away), phr. ' '
gold (gold), n. ' '
gowt (goat), n. ' '
grawnd (ground), n. ' '
grëmr (grammar), n. ' '
Grënd ¥úri (Grand Jury), phr. ' '
grëndfádhr (grandfather), n. ' '
grëndmádhr (grandmother), n. ' '
grs (grass), n. ' '
grey (gray), adj. ' '
greyd (grade), n. ' '
greyn (grain), n. ' '
greyt (great), adj. ' '
grïn (green), adj. ' '
grnr (greener), adj. ' '
grip (grip), n. ' '
grïtings (greetings), n. ' '
grl (girl), n. ' '
gr'lfrend (girl friend), n. ' '
grow (grow), v. ' '
growth (growth), n. ' '
grup (group), n. ' '
grup bs (group bees), phr. ' '
grup brds (group birds), phr. ' '
grup ppls (group peoples), phr. ' '
grup shps (group sheep), phr. ' '
grup tchrs (group teachers), phr. ' '
grup trs (group trees), phr. ' '
gud (good), adj. ' '
gdr (gooder), adj. ' '
gdest (goodest), adj. ' '

H

hábi (hobby), n. ' '
hag (hug), v. ' '
hlow (hollow), adj. ' '
hámbli (humbly), adv. ' '
hándrd (hundred), adj. ' '
háni (honey), n. ' '
hnimning (honeymooning), p.pres. ' '
hárbr (harbor), n. ' '
hard (hard), adj. ' '
hrmni (harmony), n. ' '
hart (heart), n. ' '
háspitl (hospital), n. ' '
häw (how), interr. ' '
haw mach (how much), interr. adv. ' '
haws (house), n. ' '
hay (high), adj. ' '
háy¥ïn (hygiene), n. ' '
háyli (highly), adv. ' '
hay skül (high school), phr. ' '
házbûnd (husband), n. ' '
hed (head), n. ' '
hëd bin dan (had been done), phr. ' '
hëf (half), n. ' '
helów (hello), n. ' '
help (help), n. ' '
help (help), v. ' '
helth (health), n. ' '
hélthi (healthy), adj. ' '
hëm (ham), n. ' '
hémbrgr (hamburger), n. ' '
hëmr (hammer), n. ' '
hënd (hand), n. ' '
hng (hang), v. ' '
hépi (happy), adj. ' '
hépines (happiness), n. ' '
hr (hair), n. ' '
hët (hat), n. ' '
hëv (have ), v. ' '
hévn (heaven), n. ' '
héysn (hasten), v. ' '
heyt (hate), n. ' '
hi (he, him), pron. ' '
hïr (here), adv. ' '
hïr bï (here be), phr. ' '
hring (hearing), p. pres. ' '
hi's (his), poss. ' '
hisélf (himself), pron. ' '
hístri (history), n. ' '
ht (heat), n. ' '
höl (hall), n. ' '
hóli (holy), adj. ' '
hom (home), n. ' '
hop (hope), n. ' '
hop (hope), v. ' '
horn (horn), n. ' '
hors (horse), n. ' '
hrsi (horsey), n. ' '
hotél (hotel), n. ' '
howl (hole), n. ' '
howl (whole), adj. ' '
hu (who), pron. ' '
hud (hood), n. ' '
huk (hook), v. ' '
hûri (hurry), v. ' '
hymr (humor), n. ' '
hymn (human), adj. ' '

I

if (if), conj. ' '
ifkt (effect), n. ' '
iféktiv (effective), adj. ' '
ïgr (eager), adj. ' '
igzëm (exam), n. ' '
igzmpl (example), n. ' '
igzëmûn (examine), v. ' '
igzëmûnéyshn (examination), n. ' '
igzíst (exist), v. ' '
igzstnts (existence), n. ' '
ikûnámiks (economics), n. ' '
ïkwl (equal), adj. ' '
il (ill), adj. ' '
ilktrik (electric), adj. ' '
ilstik (elastic), adj. ' '
ilévn (eleven), adj. ' '
mpals (impulse), n. ' '
impárshl (impartial), adj. ' '
impél (impel), v. ' '
imprtnt (important), adj. ' '
impówz (impose), v. ' '
impr'fekt (imperfect), adj. ' '
imprúv (improve), v. ' '
imr'¥ûnts (emergence), n. ' '
in (in), prep. ' '
ináf (enough), adj. ' '
inélyûnûbl (inalienable), adj. ' '
indáytmûnt (indictment), n. ' '
Índia (India), p.n. ' '
indïd (indeed), adv. ' '
indipndnt (independent), adj. ' '
indipndnts (independence), n. ' '
ndstri (industry), n. ' '
ínfinût (infinite), adj. ' '
inflíkt (inflict), v. ' '
infórm (inform), v. ' '
infrméyshn (information), n. ' '
ínfûmûs (infamous), adj. ' '
Ínglish (English), p.n. ' '
inhëbitûnt (inhabitant), n. ' '
ink (ink), n. ' '
inkrïs (increase), v. ' '
inshür (insure), v. ' '
inshrnts (insurance), n. ' '
ínstityut (institute), v. ' '
instrákshn (instruction), n. ' '
nstrumnt (instrument), n. ' '
intnchn (intention), n. ' '
ntrest (interest), n. ' '
interkálchûrûl (intercultural), adj. ' '
intrnéshnl (international), adj. ' '
Íntrnet (Internet), p.n. ' '
intrpléy (interplay), n. ' '
intrpr'sûnl (interpersonal), adj. ' '
intr'prt (interpret), v. ' '
inumûréyshn (enumeration), n. ' '
invnchn (invention), n. ' '
invént (invent), v. ' '
invéryûbli (invariably), adv. ' '
r (ear), n. ' '
íshued (issued), adj. ' '
ïst (east), n. ' '
it (it), pron. ' '
ït (eat), v. ' '
it's (its), poss. ' '
itsélf (itself), pron. ' '
Ïv (Eve), p.n. ' '
ivëlyuéyshn (evaluation), n. ' '
ivént (event), n. ' '
ivínts (evince), v. ' '
ïvl (evil), adj. ' '
ïvn (even), adv. ' '
ïvning (evening), n. ' '
zi (easy), adj. ' '
zli (easily), adv. ' '

K

kálchr (culture), n. ' '
kálchûrûl (cultural), adj. ' '
kaléktiv (collective), adj. ' '
kaléps (collapse), n. ' '
kanékt (connect), v. ' '
kálr (color), n. ' '
kälr (collar), n. ' '
klni (colony), n. ' '
kam (come), v. ' '
kámfrt (comfort), n. ' '
kamít (commit), v. ' '
kamíti (committee), n. ' '
kampálsûri (compulsory), adj. ' '
kampél (compel), v. ' '
kamprisn (comparison), n. ' '
kampléynt (complaint), n. ' '
kamplít (complete), adj. ' '
kamplïtli (completely), adv. ' '
kmpleks (complex), n. ' '
kámpûni (company), n. ' '
kampûnséyshn (compensation), n. ' '
kamptshn (competition), n. ' '
kmrs (commerce), n. ' '
kámûdi (comedy), n. ' '
kámûn (common), adj. ' '
kamyunikéyshn (communication), n. ' '
kamyúnikeyt (communicate), v. ' '
kamyúniti (community), n. ' '
knchs (conscious), adj. ' '
kandíshn (condition), n. ' '
kanékshn (connection), n. ' '
kanékt (connect), v. ' '
kanfránt (confront), v. ' '
kangrëchuleyt (congratulate), v. ' '
kängrûs (congress), n. ' '
kankld (conclude), v. ' '
kansénsûs (consensus), n. ' '
kansént (consent), n. ' '
kansídr (consider), v. ' '
kansïv (conceive), v. ' '
kanstitúshn (constitution), n. ' '
kánstityut (constitute), v. ' '
kanstrákshn (construction), n. ' '
kanstrkt (construct), v. ' '
kánsûkreyt (consecrate), v. ' '
kantémporeri (contemporary), adj. ' '
kántinûnt (continent), n. ' '
kantínyuûs (continuous), adj. ' '
kntri (country), n. ' '
kantról (control), n. ' '
kantrl (control), v. ' '
kántrûvrsi (controversy), n. ' '
kap (cup), n. ' '
kpi (copy), n. ' '
kápi (copy), v. ' '
kápl (couple), n. ' '
kápr (copper), n. ' '
kär (car), n. ' '
kard (card), n. ' '
kärs (cars), pl.n. ' '
kart (cart), n. ' '
kat (cut), v. ' '
kátn (cotton), n. ' '
Kávingtûn (Covington), p.n. ' '
kávr (cover), n. ' '
käw (cow), n. ' '
káwnsl (counsel), n. ' '
káwntr (counter), n. ' '
kaynd (kind), adj. ' '
kazmopálitûn (cosmopolitan), adj. ' '
kázmos (cosmos), n. ' '
këch (catch), v. ' '
kmikl (chemical), adj. ' '
kmra (camera), n. ' '
kën (can), v. ' '
Kentáki (Kentucky), p.n. ' '
knvs (canvas), n. ' '
këp (cap), n. ' '
képûtûl (capital), n. ' '
ker (care), v. ' '
kérfl (careful), adj. ' '
kri (carry), v. ' '
kr¥ (carriage), n. ' '
kërût (carrot), n. ' '
kësh (cash), v. ' '
kët (cat), n. ' '
kétl (kettle), n. ' '
keyátik (chaotic), adj. ' '
keyk (cake), n. ' '
Key-mart (K-mart), p.n. ' '
keys (case), n. ' '
kï (key), n. ' '
kíchn (kitchen), n. ' '
kid (kid), n. ' '
kik (kick), n. ' '
king (king), n. ' '
kïp (keep), v. ' '
kis (kiss), v. ' '
klak (clock), n. ' '
klawd (cloud), n. ' '
klësrum (classroom), n. ' '
klïn (clean), adj. ' '
klïr (clear), adj. ' '
klówdhing (clothing), n. ' '
klöws (clothes), n. ' '
klowz (close), v. ' '
kloth (cloth), n. ' '
klrk (clerk), n. ' '
koápûrûtiv (cooperative), adj. ' '
kof (cough), n. ' '
kófi (coffee), n. ' '
köl (call), n. ' '
köl (call), v. ' '
Kórbin (Corbin), p.n. ' '
kord (cord), n. ' '
korékshn (correction), n. ' '
kork (cork), n. ' '
kors (course), n. ' '
kort (court), n. ' '
kost (cost), n. ' '
kowd (code), n. ' '
kowl (coal), n. ' '
kowld (cold), n. ' '
kowm (comb), n. ' '
kowt (coat), n. ' '
köz (cause), n. ' '
krákûdayl (crocodile), n. ' '
krash (crush), v. ' '
krawn (crown), n. ' '
kray (cry), v. ' '
kraym (crime), n. ' '
krdit (credit), n. ' '
krédit kard (credit card), phr. ' '
kriéyt (create), v. ' '
Kriéytr (Creator), p.n. ' '
krïm (cream), n. ' '
krímûnl (criminal), n. ' '
kríol (creole), adj. ' '
krítisayz (criticize), v. ' '
krl (curl), v. ' '
kros-kálchûrûl (cross-cultural), phr. ' '
kr'tn (curtain), n. ' '
krl (cruel), adj. ' '
krüs (cruise), n. ' '
krv (curve), n. ' '
kuk (cook), v. ' '
kúki (cookie), n. ' '
kû'rnt (current), n. ''
kúshn (cushion), n. ' '
kwayt (quite), adv. ' '
kwyt (quiet), adj. ' '
kwéschn (question), n. ' '
kwik (quick), adj. ' '
kwïn (queen), n. ' '
kwit (quit), v. ' '
kwlti (quality), n. ' '
kwórtûring (quartering), n. ' '
kyur (cure), v. ' '

L

lak (luck), n. ' '
lk (lock), n. ' '
láki (lucky), adj. ' '
lanch (lunch), n. ' '
lar¥ (large), adj. ' '
lár¥r (larger), adj. ' '
lav (love), n. ' '
lav (love), v. ' '
lawd (loud), adj. ' '
láybreri (library), n. ' '
layf (life), n. ' '
layk (like), prep. ' '
layk (like), v. ' '
láykli (likely), adv. ' '
layn (line), n. ' '
layt (light), n. ' '
láyûn (lion), n. ' '
lëbrûtori (laboratory), n. ' '
lédhr (leather), n. ' '
lf (laugh), v. ' '
left (left), n. ' '
leg (leg), n. ' '
Léksingtûn (Lexington), p.n. ' '
lëmps (lamps), n.pl. ' '
lémûneyd (lemonade), n. ' '
lënd (land), n. ' '
lëngwi¥ (language), n. ' '
les (less), adj. ' '
lésn (lesson), n. ' '
lëst (last), adj. ' '
let (let), v. ' '
létr (letter), n. ' '
létrs (letters), pl.n. ' '
Lëtûn, Latin (Latin), p.n. ' '
lévl (level), n. ' '
leyt (late), adv. ' '
léytr (later), prep. ' '
líbrti (liberty), n. ' '
ld (lead), v. ' '
lf (leaf), n. ' '
lift (lift), v. ' '
lkwid (liquid), n. ' '
lim (limb), n. ' '
límit (limit), n. ' '
lïn (lean), v. ' '
lingua franca (lingua franca), phr. ' '
língwist (linguist), n. ' '
lnn (linen), n. ' '
lips (lips), pl.n. ' '
lísn (listen), v. ' '
list (list), n. ' '
lítl (little), adj. ' '
Lítl Red Ráyding Hud (Little Red Riding Hood), p.n. ' '
liv (live), v. ' '
lïv (leave), v. ' '
lving (living), p.pres. ' '
l (law), n. ' '
löng (long), adj. ' '
los (loss), n. ' '
low (low), adj. ' '
lrn (learn), v. ' '
lr'ning (learning), p.pres. ' '
Lúivil (Louisville), p.n. ' '
luk (look), v. ' '
ls (loose), adj. ' '

M

mach (much), adj. ' '
mádhr (mother), n. ' '
mádrn (modern), adj. ' '
Mándey (Monday), p.n. ' '
máni (money), n. ' '
mánki (monkey), n. ' '
manth (month), n. ' '
March (March), p.n. ' '
mark (mark), n. ' '
mrkt (market), n. ' '
mashn (machine), n. ' '
mashnist (machinist), n. ' '
másl (muscle), n. ' '
mast (must), v. ' '
matril (material), n. ' '
mwntûn (mountain), n. ' '
maws (mouse), n. ' '
mawth (mouth), n. ' '
mayn, av-ay, ay's (mine), poss.pron. ' '
maynd (mind), n. ' '
mëch (match), n. ' '
médikl (medical), adj. ' '
médisn (medicine), n. ' '
mégazïns (magazines), pl.n. ' '
Méksiko (Mexico), p.n. ' '
Méksikûn (Mexican), p.n. ' '
mémbr (member), n. ' '
mmri (memory), n. ' '
mn (man), n. ' '
mënkaynd (mankind), n. ' '
mënr (manner), n. ' '
mn¥r (manager), n. ' '
mp (map), n. ' '
mrïed (married), p.p. ' '
ms (mass), n. ' '
méthûd (method), n. ' '
methûmétiks (mathematics), n. ' '
métl (metal), n. ' '
Mey (May), p.n. ' '
mey (may), v. ' '
méybi (maybe), adv. ' '
méy¥r ¥énûrûl (major general), phr. ' '
meyk (make), v. ' '
meyl (male), n. ' '
mézhr (measure), n. ' '
mídl (middle), n. ' '
mksed (mixed), p.p. ' '
ml (meal), n. ' '
miléniûm (millennium), n. ' '
milísha (militia), n. ' '
mliteri (military), n. ' '
milk (milk), n. ' '
Mínistri av Dífents (Ministry of Defense), p.n. ' '
mïns (means), n.pl. ' '
mínût (minute), n. ' '
msprint (misprint), n. ' '
misrepriznt (misrepresent), v. ' '
mist (mist), n. ' '
místr (Mr., mister), n. ' '
mísûs (Mrs.), n. ' '
mït (meat), n. ' '
mït (meet), v. ' '
mïting (meeting), n. ' '
möl (mall), n. ' '
mómûnt (moment), n. ' '
mör (more), adv. ' '
mórning (morning), n. ' '
motél (motel), n. ' '
mówshn (motion), n. ' '
mowst (most), adv. ' '
Mr.=místr (mister), n. ' '
mn (moon), n. ' '
muv (move), v. ' '
múvi (movie), n. ' '
múvmûnt (movement), n. ' '
myúchuûli (mutually), adv. ' '
myül (mule), n. ' '
myzik (music), n. ' '

N

näk (knock), v. ' '
námbr (number), n. ' '
nat (not), adv. ' '
nat (nut), n. ' '
nät (knot), n. ' '
nat (not), adv. ' '
naw (now), adv. ' '
nwli¥ (knowledge), n. ' '
nayf (knife), n. ' '
nayn (nine), adj. ' '
náynti (ninety), adj. ' '
nayntïn (nineteen), adj. ' '
nayt (night), n. ' '
nayt-gawn (night gown), n. ' '
nchrl (natural), adj. ' '
nek (neck), n. ' '
nekst (next), adj. ' '
nekst (next), n. ' '
nëpkin (napkin), n. ' '
nrow (narrow), adj. ' '
néshnl (national), adj. ' '
nésûseri (necessary), adj. ' '
net (net), n. ' '
névr (never), adv. ' '
néybrhud (neighborhood), n. ' '
néychr (nature), n. ' '
Néychr (Nature), p.n. ' '
neyl (nail), n. ' '
neym (name), n. ' '
neym (name), v. ' '
néyshn (nation), n. ' '
néyvl (naval), adj. ' '
nï (knee), n. ' '
nïd (need), n. ' '
nïd (need), v. ' '
ndl (needle), n. ' '
níofayt (neophyte), adj. ' '
nr (near), adv. ' '
ns (niece), n. ' '
no (no), adv. ' '
nrml (normal), adj. ' '
north (north), n. ' '
North Etlëntik Trïti Orgûnizéyshn (North Atlantic Treaty Organization), p.n. ' '
Novémbr (November), p.n. ' '
now (know), v. ' '
nówbl (noble), adj. ' '
nówbli (nobly), adv. ' '
nowt (note), v. ' '
nowz (nose), n. ' '
nyz (noise), n. ' '
nrv (nerve), n. ' '
nyu (new), adj. ' '
nyus (news), n.pl. ' '
nyúspeypr (newspaper), n. ' '

O

ódyo-língwûl (audio-lingual), adj. ' '
of (off), prep. ' '
ófens (offense), n. ' '
fis (office), n. ' '
ófisr (officer), n. ' '
ófr (offer), n. ' '
ófr (offer), v. ' '
Ógûst (August), p.n. ' '
Oháyo (Ohio), p.n. ' '
okéy (okay), adv. ' '
o'klák (o'clock), phr. ' '
öl (all), pron. ' '
old (old), adj. ' '
lmost (almost), adv. ' '
ólso (also), adv. ' '
óltr (alter), v. ' '
ónli (only), adv. ' '
opínyûn (opinion), n. ' '
pn (open), v. ' '
or (or), conj. ' '
ordéyn (ordain), v. ' '
rdr (order), n. ' '
órdr (order), v. ' '
órfûn (orphan), n. ' '
órgûnayz (organize), v. ' '
orgnizyshn (organization), n. ' '
orí¥ûnl (original), adj. ' '
orí¥ûnli (originally), adv. ' '
rnmnt (ornament), n. ' '
órûn¥ (orange), adj. ' '
rn¥ (orange), n. ' '
Óstria (Austria), p.n. ' '
othrti (authority), n. ' '
otmtik (automatic), adj. ' '
óvr (over), prep. ' '
óvr dhër (over there), phr. ' '
ovrkám (overcome), v. ' '
ównr (owner), n. ' '
owth (oath), n. ' '
oyl (oil), n. ' '

P

páblik (public), n. ' '
pblish (publish), v. ' '
pkt (pocket), n. ' '
plish (polish), n. ' '
pálûtiks (politics), n. ' '
pamp (pump), v. ' '
pánishmûnt (punishment), n. ' '
papyuléyshn (population), n. ' '
pápyulr (popular), adj. ' '
párdn (pardon), n. ' '
párdnmi (pardon me), phr. ' '
park (park), n. ' '
pársl (parcel), n. ' '
part (part), n. ' '
part (part), v. ' '
partíkyulrli (particularly), adv. ' '
pastérûti (posterity), n. ' '
psbl (possible), adj. ' '
pat (pot), n. ' '
pwdr (powder), n. ' '
páwr (power), n. ' '
payp (pipe), n. ' '
péki¥es (packages), pl.n. ' '
pen (pen), n. ' '
pënts (pants), pl.n. ' '
péntsl (pencil), n. ' '
pépr (pepper), n. ' '
pérish (perish), v. ' '
për (pear), n. ' '
pralel (parallel), adj. ' '
pérish (perish), v. ' '
përûnts (parents), pl.n. ' '
pës (pass), v. ' '
pst (past), n. ' '
petíshn (petition), n. ' '
ptrn (pattern), n. ' '
pey (pay), v. ' '
pey¥ (page), n. ' '
péymûnt (payment), n. ' '
peyn (pain), n. ' '
peynt (paint), n. ' '
péypr (paper), n. ' '
peyst (paste), v. ' '
panist (pianist), n. ' '
pí¥ûn-kríol (pidgin-creole), phr. ' '
pino (piano), n. ' '
pig (pig), n. ' '
pkchr (picture), n. ' '
pin (pin), n. ' '
pïpl (people), n. ' '
pïs (peace), n. ' '
pïsûbli (peaceably), adv. ' '
píses (pieces), pl.n. ' '
pïz (peas), pl.n. ' '
plaw (plough), n. ' '
ple¥ (pledge), v. ' '
plën (plan), n. 'plan'; v. ' '
plënr (planner), n. ' '
plënt (plant), n. ' '
plënût (planet), n. ' '
pley (play), v. ' '
pleyn (plane), n. ' '
pleys (place), n. ' '
pleys mët (place mat), phr. ' '
pleyt (plate), n. ' '
plézhr (pleasure), n. ' '
plïz (please), v. ' '
pörshn (portion), n. ' '
prtr (porter), n. ' '
post ófis (post office), n. ' '
poynt (point), n. ' '
poynt awt (point out), phr. ' '
póyzn (poison), n. ' '
práblûm (problem), n. ' '
prábûbl (probable), adj. ' '
prá¥ekt (project), n. ' '
prfit (profit), n. ' '
prágrûs (progress), n. ' '
prápr (proper), adj. ' '
práprti (property), n. ' '
prapûzíshn (proposition), n. ' '
práses (process), n. ' '
prasûkyúshn (prosecution), n. ' '
právrb (proverb), n. ' '
prays (price), n. ' '
práyvût (private), adj. ' '
prkts (practice), n. ' '
pres (press), n. ' '
prestïzh (prestige), n. ' '
prézidûnt (president), n. ' '
prézûnt (present), n. ' '
pr'fekt (perfect), adj. ' '
priëmbl (preamble), n. ' '
print (print), v. ' '
príntsipl (principal), n. ' '
príntsipl (principle), n. ' '
príviûsli (previously), adv. ' '
prizéntmûnt (presentment), n. ' '
prizn (prison), n. ' '
prizr'v (preserve), v. ' '
prnantsiéyshn (pronunciation), n. ' '
prnáwnts (pronounce), v. ' '
prdyus (produce), n. ' '
prodyüs (produce), v. ' '
proféshn (profession), n. ' '
profésr (professor), n. ' '
prógrëm (program), v. ' '
prohíbit (prohibit), v. ' '
promówt (promote), v. ' '
propówz (propose), v. ' '
prosïding (proceeding), n. ' '
protkshn (protection), n. ' '
prtest (protest), n. ' '
prováyd (provide), v. ' '
prowz (prose), n. ' '
pr'pl (purple), adj. ' '
pr'ps (purpose), n. ' '
prsént (percent), n. ' '
prsv (perceive), v. ' '
pr'sûn (person), n. ' '
prsyút (pursuit), n. ' '
pr'ti (pretty), adj. ' '
prúdûnts (prudents), n. ' '
prüv (prove), v. ' '
pul (pull), v. ' '
pûlítikl (political), adj. ' '
pür (poor), adj. ' '
push (push), v. ' '
put (put), v. ' '
ptyto (potato), n. ' '
pzshn (position), n. ' '

R

rab (rub), v. ' '
rd (rod), n. ' '
raf (rough), adj. ' '
Rákïs (Rockies), p.n. ' '
ran (run), v. ' '
rawnd (round), adj. ' '
rawnd trip (round trip), phr. ' '
rays (rice), n. ' '
rayt (right), adj. ' '
rayt (right), n. ' '
ráyvl (rival), v. ' '
räyz (rise), n. ' '
red (red), adj. ' '
rëdhr (rather), adv. ' '
rédi (ready), adj. ' '
régyuleyt (regulate), v. ' '
régyulr (regular), n. ' '
rékrd (record), n. ' '
réktûfay (rectify), v. ' '
répid (rapid), adj. ' '
repriznttiv (representative), n. ' '
rest (rest), n. ' '
réstrant (restaurant), n. ' '
rët (rat), n. ' '
revûlúshn (revolution), n. ' '
rey (ray), n. ' '
reyl (rail), n. ' '
réylröd (railroad), n. ' '
reyn (rain), n. ' '
reyn¥ (range), n. ' '
reyt (rate), n. ' '
rich (rich), adj. ' '
rïch (reach), v. ' '
rïd (read), v. ' '
rdhm (rhythm), n. ' '
rding (reading), p.pres. ' '
ridyús (reduce), v. ' '
rikshn (reaction), n. ' '
rigrt (regret), v. ' '
rikm (recome), v. ' '
rikwáyr (require), v. ' '
rikwst (request), n. ' '
rikwést (request), v. ' '
rilynts (reliance), n. ' '
rilyshn (relation), n. ' '
rïli (really), adv. ' '
rilí¥ûn (religion), n. ' '
rimémbr (remember), v. ' '
riméyn (remain), v. ' '
ring (ring), n. ' '
ripáblik (republic), n. ' '
ripïted (repeated), adj. ' '
riprint (reprint), v. ' '
risït (receipt), n. ' '
risïv (receive), v. ' '
rispánd (respond), v. ' '
rispnsbl (responsible), adj. ' '
rispékt (respect), n. ' '
rispékting (respecting), part. ' '
rispéktivli (respectively), v. ' '
rísrch (research), n. ' '
rïsûnt (recent), adj. ' '
ritéyn (retain), v. ' '
rívr (river), n. ' '
riwrd (reward), n. ' '
rizált (result), n. ' '
rizálv (resolve), v. ' '
rïzn (reason), n. ' '
rizr'v (reserve), v. ' '
Rowm (Rome), p.n. ' '
rowd (road), n. ' '
rowl (roll), n. ' '
ruf (roof), n. ' '
rl (rule), v. ' '
rum (room), n. ' '
rut (root), n. ' '
rutïn (routine), n. ' '

S

sáb¥ekt (subject), n. ' '
sábsikwent (subsequent), adj. ' '
sbstnts (substance), n. ' '
sabtrékt (subtract), v. ' '
sach (such), adv. ' '
sa¥schn (suggestion), n. ' '
sádn (sudden), adj. ' '
sádûnli (suddenly), adv. ' '
sk (sock), n. ' '
säkr (soccer), n. ' '
säks (socks), pl.n. ' '
saksésfl (successful), adj. ' '
slid (solid), adj. ' '
slmli (solemnly), adv. ' '
sam (some), adj. ' '
sámr (summer), n. ' '
sámthing (something), pron. ' '
san (son), n. 'hijo' san (sun), n. ' '
Sándey (Sunday), p.n. ' '
sn-in-lö (son-in-law), n. ' '
sáplûmûnt (supplement), n. ' '
sápr (supper), n. ' '
sawnd (sound), n. ' '
sawth (south), n. ' '
sayd (side), n. ' '
sayn (sign), n. ' '
sayn (sign), v. ' '
synts (science), n. ' '
sayz (size), n. ' '
sd (sad), adj. ' '
séknd, tth (second), adj. ' '
skrteri (secretary), n. ' '
seks (sex), n. ' '
sékshn (section), n. ' '
sel (sell), v. ' '
self (self), pron. ' '
sëlûd (salad), n. ' '
sëmpl (sample), n. ' '
sénchûri (century), n. ' '
send (send), v. ' '
snd (sand), n. ' '
séndwich (sandwich), n. ' '
séntr (center), n. ' '
sents (sense), n. ' '
séntûnts (sentence), n. ' '
séprût (separate), adj. ' '
sepûréyshn (separation), n. ' '
set (set), v. ' '
sétisfay (satisfy), v. ' '
Sétrdey (Saturday), p.n. ' '
sévn (seven), adj. ' '
sevntïn (seventeen), adj. ' '
sey (say), v. ' '
seyf (safe), adj. ' '
séyfli (safely), adv. ' '
séyfti (safety), n. ' '
séykrd (sacred), adj. ' '
seyl (sail), v. ' '
seym (same), adj. ' '
sh- véase bajo SH
s (sea), n. ' '
sï (see), v. ' '
sd (seed), n. ' '
signífikûnt (significant), adj. ' '
sik (sick), adj. ' '
sïk (seek), v. ' '
skrt (secret), n. ' '
siks (six), adj. ' '
sikstïn (sixteen), adj. ' '
sikyür (secure), v. ' '
sikyúrûti (security), n. ' '
silékt (select), v. ' '
silk (silk), n. ' '
sílvr (silver), n. ' '
sm (seem), v. ' '
símpl (simple), adj. ' '
símplûfay (simplify), v. ' '
síngl (single), adj. ' '
sink (sink), v. ' '
Sinsinëti (Cincinnati), p.n. ' '
sinsïrli (sincerely), adv. ' '
síntëks (syntax), n. ' '
sints (since), conj. ' '
sints (since), prep. ' '
sínyûr (senior), adj. ' '
Siptémbr (September), p.n. ' '
sírial (cereal), n. ' '
sris (serious), adj. ' '
sstûm (system), n. ' '
sístr (sister), n. ' '
sit (sit), v. ' '
st (seat), n. ' '
síti (city), n. ' '
sítizn (citizen), n. ' '
sûbl (seeable), adj. ' '
sívl (civil), adj. ' '
sïz (seize), v. ' '
sízrs (scissors), n.pl. ' '
sïzhr (seizure), n. ' '
skäy (sky), n. ' '
skeyl (scale), n. ' '
skin (skin), n. ' '
skrëmbled (scrambled), v. ' '
skrt (skirt), n. ' '
skru (screw), n. ' '
skül (school), n. ' '
skwer (square), n. ' '
slip (slip), v. ' '
slp (sleep), v. ' '
Slóvak (Slovak), p.n. ' '
Slovákia (Slovakia), p.n. ' '
slow, natfst (slow), adj. ' '
slówli (slowly), adv. ' '
slowp (slope), n. ' '
smayl (smile), n. ' '
smel (smell), v. ' '
smsh (smash), v. ' '
smöl (small), adj. ' '
smowk (smoke), n. ' '
smowk (smoke), v. ' '
smth (smooth), adj. ' '
sneyk (snake), n. ' '
snz (sneeze), v. ' '
snow (snow), n. ' '
so (so), adv. ' '
so (so), conj. ' '
soft (soft), adj. ' '
sól¥ûr (soldier), n. ' '
so löng (so long), phr. ' '
solt (salt), n. ' '
song (song), n. ' '
sort (sort), v. ' '
sosyti (society), n. ' '
so-so (so-so), phr. ' '
sóshl (social), adj. ' '
sowp (soap), n. ' '
spa (spa), n. ' '
span¥ (sponge), n. ' '
Spënish (Spanish), p.n. ' '
spéshl (special), adj. ' '
speyd (spade), n. ' '
speys (space), n. ' '
spïch (speech), n. ' '
spïdi (speedy), adj. ' '
spïk (speak), v. ' '
spïkr (speaker), n. ' '
sport (sport), n. ' '
spred (spread), v. ' '
spring (spring), n. ' '
spün (spoon), n. ' '
srch (search), n. ' '
sr'kl (circle), n. ' '
srpryz (surprise), n. ' '
sr'tûn (certain), adj. ' '
sr'vnt (servant), n. ' '
sr'vûs (service), n. ' '
stádi (study), v. ' '
stking (stocking), n. ' '
stámûk (stomach), n. ' '
stap (stop), v. ' '
star (star), n. ' '
start (start), v. ' '
start of (start off), phr. ' '
stem (stem), n. ' '
stëmp (stamp), n. ' '
stënd (stand), v. ' '
stëndrd (standard), adj. ' '
stënding (standing), p.pres. ' '
step (step), n. ' '
stey (stay), v. ' '
stey¥ (stage), n. ' '
stéyshn (station), n. ' '
steyt (state), n. ' '
stytmûnt (statement), n. ' '
stich (stitch), n. ' '
stif (stiff), adj. ' '
stik (stick), n. ' '
stki (sticky), adj. ' '
stil (still), adv. ' '
stl (steel), n. ' '
stm (steam), n. ' '
stör (store), n. ' '
stóri (story), n. ' '
stown (stone), n. ' '
strágl (struggle), v. ' '
strkchr (structure), n. ' '
strech (stretch), v. ' '
stryn¥ (strange), adj. ' '
stréyn¥r (stranger), n. ' '
streyt (straight), adj. ' '
strïts (streets), n.pl. ' '
strong (strong), adj. 'fuerte'
stúdûnt (student), n. ' '
sûlúshn (solution), n. ' '
sun (soon), adv. ' '
sup (soup), n. ' '
sprt (support), n. ' '
sûpórted (supported), pp. ' '
sprm (supreme), adj. ' '
súprlëngwi¥ (superlanguage), n. ' '
súprmarket (supermarket), n. ' '
sut (suit), n. ' '
swim, (swim), v. ' '
swt (sweet), adj. ' '
swïthart (sweetheart), n. ' '

SH

shäk (shock), n. ' '
shäp (shop), n. ' '
sharp (sharp), adj. ' '
shat (shut), v. ' '
shelf (shelf), n. ' '
sheyd (shade), n. ' '
sheyk (shake), v. ' '
sheym (shame), n. ' '
sheyv (shave), v. ' '
shi (she, her), pron. ' '
shïp (sheep), n. ' '
ship (ship), n. ' '
shi's (she's, her), poss. ' '
shisélf (herself), pron. ' '
shóldr (shoulder), n. ' '
short, nattl (short), adj. ' '
short-kámings (short-comings), phr. ' '
short-kat (short cut), n. ' '
show (show), v. ' '
shrt (shirt), n. ' '
shu (shoe), n. ' '
shúgr (sugar), n. ' '
shur (sure), adv. ' '
shüs (shoes), pl.n. ' '

T

tach (touch), v. ' '
tang (tongue), n. ' '
tap (top), n. ' '
tárgût (target), n. ' '
Tátra Máwntûns (Tatra Mountains), p.n. ' '
tawn (town), n. ' '
táwr (tower), n. ' '
täy (tie), n. ' '
tay ap (tie up), v. ' '
táygr (tiger), n. ' '
täym (time), n. ' '
tyrd (tired), adj. ' '
tayt (tight), adj. ' '
teknálû¥i (technology), n. ' '
tëks (tax), n. ' '
tëksi (taxi), n. ' '
tekst (text), n. ' '
Téksûs (Texas), p.n. ' '
tel (tell), v. ' '
télûfown (telephone), n. ' '
télûvizhn (television), n. ' '
ten (ten), adj. ' '
tndntsi (tendency), n. ' '
ténûs (tennis), n. ' '
test (test), n. ' '
test (test), v. ' '
téybl (table), n. ' '
teyk (take), v. ' '
teyk bëth (take bath), phr. ' '
teyl (tail), n. ' '
teyst (taste), v. ' '
th- véase bajo TH
TI=Trensíshnl Ínglish (Transitional English), p.n. ' '
tïch (teach), v. ' '
tching (teaching), p.pres. ' '
tïchr (teacher), n. ' '
tíkût (ticket), n. ' '
til (till), prep. ' '
tïm (team), n. ' '
tin (tin), n. ' '
típikl (typical), adj. ' '
Titanic [Taytënik] (Titanic), p.n. ' '
tök (talk), n. ' '
tök (talk), v. ' '
töl (tall), adj. ' '
tlest (tallest), adj. ' '
tlr (taller), adj. ' '
töt = tïched (taught), p.p. ' '
tow (toe), n. ' '
tówsted (toasted), adj. ' '
tówtl (total), n. ' '
trábl (trouble), n. ' '
trwzrs (trousers), n.pl. ' '
tray (try), v. ' '
tráyûl (trial), n. ' '
trenkwíliti (tranquility), n. ' '
Trensíshnl Ínglish (Transitional English), p.n. ' '
trnsport (transport), v. ' '
trens-kálchûrûl (trans-cultural), phr. ' '
trënsyûnt (transient), adj. ' '
trévl (travel), v. ' '
trévl y¥ntsy (travel agency), phr. ' '
trey (tray), n. ' '
treyd (trade), n. ' '
treyn (train), n. ' '
tr (tree), n. ' '
trik (trick), n. ' '
trip (trip), n. ' '
trïs (trees), pl.n. ' '
trn (turn), v. ' '
tr (true), adj. ' '
trúizm (truism), n. ' '
trup (troop), n. ' '
truth (truth), n. ' '
tu (two), adj. ' '
tú (too), adv. ' '
tu (to), prep. ' '
tu_bï (to be), v. ' '
tudéy (today), n. ' '
tugdhr (together), adj. ' '
tu_ifékt (to effect), v. ' '
tumárow (tomorrow), adv. ' '
tûméyto (tomato), n. ' '
tür (tour), n. ' '
tu_ridyús (to reduce), v. ' '
túrist (tourist), n. ' '
tu_sáfr (to suffer), v. ' '
tüth = séknd (second), adj. ' '
tüth (tooth), n. ' '
tüthpeyst (toothpaste), n. ' '
tutïn (twoteen), adj. ' ', 'see also twelv'
tu_throw of (to throw off), v. ' '
túti (twenty), adj. ' ', 'see also twénti'
Túzdey (Tuesday), p.n. ' '
twelv (twelve), adj. ' ', 'see also tutïn'
twénti )twenty), adj. ' ', 'see also túti)
twist (twist), v. ' '

TH

tham (thumb), n. ' '
thándr (thunder), n. ' '
tháwzûnd (thousand), adj. ' '
thenk (thank), v. ' '
thenks (thanks), n. ' '
thik (thick), adj. ' '
thïm (theme), n. ' '
thin (thin), adj. ' '
thing (thing), n. ' '
think (think), v. ' '
thíûrayz (theorize), v. ' '
thri (theory), n. ' '
thot (thought), n. ' '
thred (thread), n. ' '
thri (three), adj. ' '
thríti (thirty), adj. ' ', 'see also thr'ti'
thritïn (threeteen) adj. ' ', 'see also thrtïn'
throw (throw), v. ' '
throwt (throat), n. ' '
thr'sti (thirsty), adj. ' '
thr'ti (thirty), adj. ' '
thrtïn (thirteen) adj. ' '
thru (through), prep. ' '
Thr'zdey (Thursday), p.n. ' '

U

ûrli (early), adv. ' '
ûrth (earth), n. ' '

V

vylnt (violent), adj. ' '
vé¥tûbl (vegetable), n. ' '
vëlyu (value), n. ' '
véri (very), adv. ' '
véri wel (very well), phr. ' '
Versailles 'see Vrséyls'
vésl (vessel), n. ' '
veyn (vain), adj. ' '
Viéna (Vienna), p.n. ' '
vílû¥ (village), n. ' '
vísit (visit), v. ' '
vokébyuleri (vocabulary), n. ' '
voys (voice), n. ' '
vrs (verse), n. ' '
Vrsyls (Versailles), p.n. ' '
vr'zhn (version), n. ' '
vyu (view), n. ' '

W

wach (watch), v. ' '
wan (one), adj., pron. ' '
wándr (wonder), v. ' '
wans (ones), propl.n. ' '
want (want), v. ' '
wanth (wanth, first), adj. ' '
wantïn (oneteen, eleven) adj. ' '
wat (what), interr. ' '
way (why), adv. ' '
wayd (wide), adj. ' '
wáydli (widely), adv. ' '
wayf (wife), n. ' '
wayl (while), adv. ' '
wayn (wine), n. ' '
wáyr (wire), n. ' '
wayt (white), adj. ' '
wäyz (wise), adj. ' '
wédhr (weather), n. ' '
wëks (wax), n. ' '
wel (well), adv. ' '
wélfër (welfare), n. ' '
wélkam (welcome), adj. ' '
wen (when), adv. ' '
Wénzdey (Wednesday), p.n. ' '
wpn (weapon), n. ' '
wër (where), adv., interr. ' '
wër (wear), v. ' '
wër awt (wear out), v. ' '
wërévr (wherever), adv. ' '
west (west), n. ' '
wet (wet), adj. ' '
wey (way), n. ' '
weyk-ap (wake up), phr. ' '
weyst (waste), v. ' '
weyt (weight), n. ' '
weyt (wait), v. ' '
wyting (waiting), pres.p. ' '
wéytrûs (waitress), n. ' '
weyv (wave), n. ' '
wi (we, us), pron. ' '
wïk (week), n. ' '
wïkend (weekend), n. ' '
wíkûd (wicked), adj. ' '
wl (wheel), n. ' '
wil- (will), v. ' '
wil-put (will put), v. ' '
wil-teyk (will take), v. ' '
wind (wind), n. ' '
wndow (window), n. ' '
wing (wing), n. ' '
wntr (winter), n. ' '
wip (whip), n. ' '
wi's (we's, our), poss. ' '
wisélfs (ourselves), reflex.pron.pl. ' '
wísl (whistle), n. ' '
wíspr (whisper), v. ' '
with (with), prep. ' '
wítnûs (witness), n. ' '
wízdûm (wisdom), n. ' '
wök (walk), v. ' '
wl (wall), n. ' '
Wól-Mart (Wal-Mart), p.n. ' '
wör (war), n. ' '
wörm (warm), adj. ' '
wórûnt (warrant), n. ' '
wösh (wash), v. ' '
wótr (water), n. ' '
wr (were)=bïed, v.past ' '
wrayt (write), v. ' '
wryting (writing), p.pres. ' '
wrd (word), n. ' '
wrítûn (written)=wráyted, p.p. ' '
wrk (work), n. ' '
wr'kûbl (workable), adj. ' '
wrld (world), n. ' '
Wrld Wayd Web (World Wide Web), p.n. ' '
wrm (worm), n. ' '
wrong (wrong), adj. ' '
wr'ship (worship), v. ' '
wud (wood), n. ' '
wud-layk (would like), phr. ' '
wud-layk (would like), v. ' '
wúdsmën (woodsman), n. ' '
wul (wool), n. ' '
wulf (wolf), n. ' '
wúmûn (woman), n. ' '
wnd (wound), n. ' '

Y

yang (young), adj. ' '
yärd (yard), n. ' '
yélow (yellow), adj. ' '
yes (yes), adv. ' '
yéstrdey (yesterday), n. ' '
yïr (year), n. ' '
yu (you), pron. ' '
Yugoslávia (Yugoslavia), p.n. ' '
Yunáyted Néyshns (United Nations), p.n. ' '
yunénimûs (unanimous), adj. ' '
ynit (unit), n. ' '
yunivr'siti (university), n. ' '
yunivr'sl (universal), adj. ' '
yúnyûn (union), n. ' '
yüs (use), n. ' '
yüs (use), v. ' '
yu's (you's, your), adj. poss. ' '
yusélf (yourself), pron. ' '
yusélfs (yourselves), pron. ' '
yusrpéyshn (usurpation), n. ' '
yu wélkam (you're welcome), phr. ' '

Z

zro (zero), n. ' '


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