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d'ní English
v
v'ja celebration (n.)
va- combining form of 5 (pref. num.) - cf. vat
-- vagabrí 7, seven (num.) - cf. brí
-- vagator 9, nine (num.) - cf. tor
-- vagasen 8, eight (num.) - cf. sen
-- vagafa 6, six (num.) - cf. fa
vat 5, five (num.)
vax linking (adj.) [it is possible to analyse this word as a verb "link (smth.)" or a noun "reference; location"]
vamo east (adj.)
-- vamot eastern (adj.) - cf. -t, -et
vádu [tide(?); season(?)] (n.)
váu [event(?); term(?)] (n.)
válí month, about 36.5 surface days, 29 yartí (n.)
víç [acquire(?); collect(?)] (v.)
-- víçtav [acquisition(?); collection(?)] (n.) - cf. -tav
víwu deserve (v.)
vílé soul (n.)
veren [hinder(?); stop(?)] (v.)
Venalem Venalem, [an ink-harvesting Age] (pn.) - cf. lem
vécú presence (n.)
vénu [ask(?); explore(?)] (v.)
votar praise (v.)
votana truth (n.)
vog nature (n.)
-- vogec natural (adj.) - cf. -ec
vokæn birth (n.)
-- devokæn rebirth (n.); hope (n.) - cf. d'-, de-
vola yes (interj.) [perhaps also "indeed (interj.)"?]
vúhí can, could (aux.) [apparently indicating possibility or potential]
b
b'-, be- to (cl. prep.); infinitive (pref.)
ba beast (n.)
-- ba'ro Bah'ro, enslaved ahrotahntee (m.n.)
bavan [hide(?); secure(?); lock(?)] (v.)
-- bavanin [hidden(?); secured(?); locked(?)] (adj.)
baš or bæš [sense(?)] (n.)
bar [bright(?)] (adj.)
-- baron [phosphoresce] (v.) - cf. -on
-- -- baronet phosphorescent (adj.) - cf. -t, -et
barel make (v.)
-- bareltav something made (n.)
-- bareltan maker (n.); god, deity (n.) [the meaning "god" seems to have developed from the usage as an epithet of Yahvo]
bacana map (n.)
bacen map (v.)
-- bacentan cartographer (lit. mapper) (n.)
ban [land] (n.)
-- bantano island (n.) - cf. t'-, te-, ano
biv all, every (adj.)
bivdil everything (pron.) - cf. dil
bigto blessing (n.)
bišta tunnel (n.)
biran [sea(?)] (n.)
bíra keep, stay, remain (v.)
bírí maintain (v.)
-- bírítan maintainer (n.) - cf. -tan
bel claim (v.)
belecara a kind of plant, similar to the lechuguilla (n.)
ben for (exchange or duration) (prep.)
béx link (v.)
brí 2, two (num.)
brún tube (n.)
bo- prefix marking future tense (pref.)
bot (???)
borta [purpose(?)] (n.)
bonú acid (n.)
-- bonúec acidic (adj.) - cf. -ec
bugšo (???)
búgin creature (n.)
blo about (prep.)
-blo combining form of 9,765,625 (num. suff.)
bæntí series (n.) [may have no distinctive plural]
t
t'-, te- in (cl. prep.); with, among (cl. prep.); by (passive agent) (cl. prep)
-t, -et suffix forming adjectives indicating possession of a quality (suff.)
ta [it(?)] (pron.(?))
-tav suffix forming verbal nouns (suff.)
tavo unit of time, about 14.5 minutes, 25 gorantí (n.)
tag give (v.)
tagam know (v.)
tagér learn (v.)
Tahgira Tahgira, a prison Age (pn.), perhaps cf. tag, gira
taru [perish(?)] (v.)
tam fire (n.)
talío surface (n.)
-tan suffix forming agent nouns (suff.)
tišma friend (n.)
tikolí [sorrow] (n.)
-- tikolít sorrowful (adj.); sorry (interj.) - cf. -t, -et
timel gallery (n.)
tiwa shaft (n.)
-tí plural suffix (suff.)
-tí 2nd person plural agent suffix (suff.)
tí'ana story teller (n.)
tíg work (v.)
-- tígtav work (n.) - cf. -tav
-- tígtan worker (n.) - cf. -tan
-- tígal working (adj.) - cf. -al
-- tíget working (adj.) - cf. -t, -et
tíko (???)
tíma south (adj.)
tetemo [during(?); within(?)] (postp.(?))
tes group (n.)
tefúnet memorial (n.)
ter tree (n.)
terelin contact (n.)
temo [in which(?)] (conj.(?))
tel guild (n.)
-- telbacen Guild of Cartographers (pn.) - cf. bacen
-- telbírí Guild of Maintainers (pn.) - cf. bírí
-- telší Guild of Messengers (pn.) - cf. šítem
-- telrov guildsman (n.) - cf. rov
-- teldú'šol Guild of Caterers (pn.) - cf. dú'šol
-- telúk Guild of Surveyors (pn.) - cf. lúk
ten simple (adj.)
-- teneš simply (adv.) - cf. -š, -eš
tébun (???)
tégan love (v.)
tér help (v.)
térú [apparent(?); thorough(?)] (adj(?)) [if unrelated to térúš, this could be a 1sg verb]
térúš [sensibly(?); thoroughly(?)] (adv(?)) [probably unrelated to térú, despite looking like an adverb]
téní welcome (v.)
trel blue (adj.)
tren a few, some (adj.)
trom wing (n.)
-- tromec winged (adj.) - cf. -ec
to [place] (n.)
-- tokota Tokotah (lit. Place of Locked Doors), a region of Ae'gura (pn.) - cf. kota
-- toman house (n.) - cf. man
-- -- tomana home (n.)
-- tomet here, this place (adv.) - cf. met
-- tomot there, that place (adv.) - cf. mot
-- todelmer Todelmer (lit. Observatory(?)), an observatory Age (pn.); [observatory(?)] (n.) - cf. del, mer
-- Tolesa Vault (lit. sealed place) (n.)
togaš (???)
togo floor (n.)
tokitu determine, be determined (v.) [the t should possibly be a d, in which case the root is kitu, with the prefix do-]
tor 4, four (num.)
toran unit of angular measure, 0.00576 degrees (n.) [possibly connected to tor]
toriná cold (adj.)
torn spit (v.)
tome [away(?)]
tona long (adj.)
túgo foot (n.)
túxút (???)
túm [touch(?); press(?)] (v.)
-- túmin [touched(?); pressed(?)] (adj.(?)) - cf. -in
túl grow (v.)
túní(?) (???)
tænu [be blinded(?); be injured(?)] (v.)
-- tænuþ [blindness(?); injury(?)] (n.) - cf.
s
stofa of one (comp.) [probably a misspelling of cofa]
saeþ [own (one), owned thing, property] (n.)
sifé wired (adj.)
-sí combining form of 25 (num. suff.)
sín get, acquire (v.)
se at (prep.)
sev Age (n.)
set us, 1st person plural object (pron.)
sek or sex have, own, possess (v.)
sel write (Ages) (v.)
-- seltan writer (of Ages) (n.) - cf. -tan
sen 3, three (num.)
senaren building, structure (n.)
design (v.); design (n.)
séra west (adj.)
sova (???)
sofegu fear (v.)
soma seal, signet (n.)
sógi stable (adj.)
-- sógiþ stability (n.) - cf.
š
-š, -eš suffix forming adverbs (suff.)
šaverú [long(?); narrow(?)] (adj.)
šafí span, about 13 feet or 4 metres (n.)
šin able (adj.)
šítem message (n.)
-- šítemsútan messenger (n.) - cf. lésú, -tan
šíga [way, path(?), passage(?)] (n.)
šeten [cherish] (v.)
šem thee, 2nd person singular object (pron.)
šemtí you, 2nd person plural object (pron.)
šela (???)
šento take (v.)
šoxú instruct (v.)
šora peace (n.); hello, farewell (interj.)
-- šorat peaceful (adj.) - cf. -t, -et
šol prepare (v.)
šutíjú rocksalt (n.)
šufé finish (v.)
šulen or pulen [drawn] (adj.(?))
šúga (???)
šú [dead] (adj.)
-- šúþ death (n.) - cf.
j
jaga [warrant(?); provide(?)] (v.)
Jakooth the Devil (pn.), probably cf.
jixa [remain(?)] (v.)
jima prophecy (n.)
jerú possible (adj.)
-- jerúþ possibility (n.) - cf.
g
ga, g'- and (conj., cl.conj.) [the use of gah as a clitic, and the subsequent dropping of the vowel, may be a neologism based on the prepositions, which are similarly of a CV structure]
garo great, mighty (adj.)
-- gartavo unit of time, about 6 hours and 3 minutes, 5 partavotí, 25 tavotí (n.)
-- garterné Garternay (lit. Root of the Great tree), homeworld of the Ronay (pn.) - cf. ter,
-- garano [ocean] (n.) - cf. ano
-- garísen Gahreesen (lit. mighty structure of protection), a Maintainer fortress Age (pn.); fortress, garrison (n.) - cf. aríu, senaren
-- garoš mightily (adv.) - cf. -š, -eš
-- garoþ might, greatness (n.); great one (n.) - cf.
-- garohevtí Gahrohevtee (lit. Great Words), special D'ni symbols employed in the writing of Ages (pn.)
gaþ still, yet (adv.)
galpo cave (n.) [this word may contain po]
galon ground (n.)
gan empire (n.)
gira [steam(?)] (n.(?))
gimit immediate (adj.)
gid excavate (v.)
-- gidtav excavation (n.) - cf. -tav
gica safe (adj.)
-- gicaþ safety (n.) - cf.
gilo plant (n.)
ge'dan wisdom (n.)
gestó art (of writing Ages) (n.)
gera [centre(?); middle(?); sun(?)] (n.)
geran [foundation(?)] (n.)
gemedet Gemedet, 3D six-in-a-line (pn.)
gedí [surprise(?); setback(?)] (n.)
gel write (ordinary) (v.)
-- geltav writing (n.) - cf. -tav
geltovokum Temple to Yahvo (pn.)
graner [circle(?)] (n.)
go (???)
gopa because (conj.)
gor time (n.)
-- gorven soon (adv.)
-- gorayæn time piece, clock (n.)
-- goran unit of time, about 35 seconds, 25 prorantí (n.)
-- gormet now, this time (adv.) - cf. met
-- gormot then, that time (adv.) - cf. mot
gola (???)
golan [judge] (v.)
-- golantan judge (n.) - cf. -tan
gona [silent(?); hidden(?); enslaved(?); exiled(?)] (adj.)
gonaþ [silent one(?); hidden one(?); slave(?); exile(?)] (n.) - cf.
góré straight (adj.)
-- megóré straight out (prep.(?)) - cf. m'-, me-
gulem [strait(?); channel(?)] (n.)
gæta due (adj.(?) conj.(?))
y
yavo Tahvo, the D'ni god, the Maker (pn.)
yar day, 30 hours 14 minutes or 1.26 surface days, 5 gartavotí (n.)
yiša [sound(?)] (n.)
yim see (v.)
-- yima seen (adj.)
yíša laughter (n.)
yípé [practice(?); observation(?)] (n.)
yeret may, [we wish that] (aux.)
yúté guinea pig (n.)
yúté [dedicate(?); owe(?)] (v.)
x
x'-, xe- for (purpose) (cl. prep.)
xa few (adj.)
xat (???)
xag [act(?); exist(?)] (v.)
xapo perhaps (adv.)
xantor [reflect(?); concentrate(?); contemplate(?)] (v.)
[if(?); when(?)] (conj.)
xótag [result(?); question(?)] (n.)
xlé example (n.)
k
kag original (adj.)
-- kageš originally (adv.) - cf. -š, -eš
kazí detour (v.)
kantin [oppress(?); enslave(?); imprison(?)] (v.)
-- kantintan [oppressor(?); slave-owner(?); captor(?)] (n.) - cf. -tan
-- kantinal [oppressed(?); enslaved(?); captive(?); imprisoned(?)] (adj.) - cf. -al
-- -- kantinaloþ [oppressed one(?); slave(?); captive(?); prisoner(?)] (n.) - cf.
kanræd think (v.)
kanhag (???)
kirin desert sand (n.)
kino [surrender(?); give up(?); leave(?)] (v.)
kíba obey (v.)
kímo Kemo, a kind of fish (pn.)
kíla [endure(?); spend(?); walk(?)] (v.)
kílen step (n.)
keso [restore(?); save(?); revolt(?)] (v.)
-- kesotav [restoration(?); salvation(?); revolution(?)] (n.) - cf. -tav
keš [warn, caution] (v.)
-- keštav [warning, caution] (n.) - cf. -tav
kera brave (adj.)
-- keraþ bravery (n.); brave one (n.) - cf.
kelaní antelope (n.)
ken be (v.)
kro move (v.)
ko- past tense prefix (pref.)
kota [(locked) door; having (locked) doors] (n./adj.)
kor book (n.)
-- kor'nía Blank Book (n.) - cf. nía
-- korvax Linking Book (n.) - cf. vax
-- korfa first book (n.) - cf. fa
-- korman Descriptive Book (n.) - cf. man
koca gate (n.)
kúan stream (n.)
kúza [depart(?); leave(?)] (v.)
kæt only, just (adv.)
kæm what, relative/interrogative pronoun/conjunction (pron., conj.)
-- kæmto where, whence, whither, what place (pron., conj.) - cf. to
-- kæmfa which, what one (pron., conj.) - cf. fa
-- kæmrov who, what person (pron., conj.) - cf. rov
kæligo council (n.)
a
a direct object (prep.) [the exact function of this preposition is not well-understood]
-a imperative suffix (suff.) [may be translated "must" in other persons, probably also "let us" in the 1st person plural]
-a [superlative suffix] (suff.)
ave error (n.)
avo [Father(?); Yahvo(?)] (pn.)
abcí basalt (n.)
-- abcíec basaltic (adj.) - cf. -ec
atmé [stop(?); remove(?)] (v.)
ago well (adj., adv.)
ayohík Ahyoheek, D'ni game similar to rock-paper-scissors (pn.)
ar [go(?); enter(?); do(?)] (v.)
arta or ærtæ [do(?); cause(?)] (v.)
aríu protect (v.)
-- aríutav protection (n.) - cf. -tav
-- aríutan protector (n.) - cf. -tan
aro [enter(?)] (v.)
-- arotan Outsider, [one who enters(?)] (n.) - cf. -tan
aró [attend(?)] (v.)
am [man(?); member(?)] (n.)
aça [climate(?); air(?); sun(?); light(?)] (n.)
acú ready (adj.)
al [seed(?); trunk(?); branch(?); foliage(?)] (n.)
-al present participle (suff.) [rather, stative participle]
azmorelu [Osmorella] (pn.)
an (???)
aní become, get (v.)
ano water (n.)
-- anotam lava (n.) - cf. tam
-- anoec wet, watery (adj.) - cf. -ec
-- anoné Ahnonay (lit. Water Root), Kadish's time-travel Age (pn.) - cf.
á
f
f'-, fe- on, at (cl. prep.)
fa 1, one (num.); single (adj.)
-- fasí 25, twenty-five (num.) - cf. -sí
-- faec first (adj.) - cf. -ec
faš near (adj.)
fam far (adj., adv.)
faðo experience
fala fold (v.)
fité [look(?); marvel(?)] (v.)
filað top (n.)
ferem dry (adj.)
fel row (v.)
-- feltan rower (n.) - cf. -tan
fena story (n.)
fenta history (n.)
-- fentasentæ or fentasenta historian (n.) - cf. -entæ
foršu (???)
foles [watch(?); wait(?)] (v.)
fuš (???)
fúsa call, name (v.)
-- fúsatav name (n.) - cf. -tav
flin order, condition (n.)
p
pabó bless (v.)
parx [pray(?)] (v.)
para great, large (adj.)
-- partavo unit of time, about 1 hour 13 minutes, 5 tavotí (n.)
-- paraþ greatness, largeness (n.) - cf.
pam or (conj.)
pac city (n.)
pal [then(?); must(?); please(?)] (conj.(?); aux.(?); interj.(?))
pan trust (v.)
pišo [belong] (v.)
pirin (???) [possibly an in-participle to a verb pir]
pilel receive (v.)
peké [equal(?); as much(?)] (adj.)
pelúl (???)
pépíl [be upset(?); be distracted(?); anticipate(?)] (v.)
péçavo danger (n.)
praçiz or præçiz [amaze(?); astound(?)] (v.)
prin small (adj.)
-- proran unit of time, about 1.4 seconds (n.) - cf. goran
preniv once again (adv.)
præd rock (n.)
-- pradtígal rock-working (adj.) - cf. tíg, -al
-- prædec rocky (adj.) - cf. -ec
po [mouth(?)] (n.(?))
po'at (???)
poget rule, reign (v.)
poant and po'ant saliva (n.)
por [father(?)] (n.)
porpa king (n.)
poru (???)
pod each (pron.)
bulb (plant) (n.)
púg [prove(?)]
pælmen magnet (n.)
-- pælmenec magnetic (adj.) - cf. -ec
pæzgo (???)
i
isyír [revere] (v.)
-ij passive suffix (suff.)
iglarno temporary (adj.)
irvæn mineral (n.)
iðsé line (n.)
ilæis power, charge (v.)
-in passive participle suffix (suff.) [appears to carry specific connotations of an agent]
iné more than, comparative particle (prep.)
inæl (???) (v.) [see rinæltav for the possible non-existence of these two words.]
-- inæltav [opportunity(?); privilidge(?)] (n.) - cf. -tav [or is this a ghost word, a scribal error for rinæltav?]
í
-ít they, 3rd person plural subject (suff. pron.)
íst them, 3rd person plural object (pron.)
ír bandage (n.)
ín any (adj.)
e
-et we, 1st person plural subject (suff. pron.)
etaf (???)
eg (???)
erem skill (to write books) (n.)
erþ- a, an, indefinite article (pref.)
-em thou, 2nd person singular subject (suff. pron.)
emí [decide(?); win(?)] (v.)
emelan (???)
eder sleep, rest (v., n.)
-ec suffix forming adjectives of relation, material, or property from nouns (suff.)
el [high] (adj.)
-- ela [highest] (adj) - cf. -a
-- -- elaþ [highest one, elite] (n.) - cf.
-- elon [raise, elevate, make high] (v.) - cf. -on
-- -- elonet [raised, elevated] (adj.) - cf. -t, -et
-en he, she, it, 3rd person singular subject (suff. pron.)
-entæ or -enta suffix forming nouns of involvement from nouns (suff.)
enyælo or enyalo sick (adj.)
-- enyæloþ or enyaloþ sickly one (n.) - cf.
endé build (v.)
-- endétan builder (n.) - cf. -tan
é
éšók realise (v.)
éc'dé retribution (n.)
éla (???) (v.)
r
-ra combining form of 625 (num. suff.)
rasú vanquished (adj.)
raša [dark(?); close(?); certain(?)] (adj.) [might be raš suffixed by -a]
-- rašaþ [shadow(?);closeness(?);certainty(?)] (n.) - cf.
ram good (adj.)
ran [vary] (v.)
-- ranal various, [varying] (adj.)
ráwé procedure (n.)
ri- combining form of 20 (num. pref.) - cf. riš
-- rigabrí 22, twenty-two (num.) - cf. brí
-- rigator 24, twenty-four (num.) - cf. tor
-- rigasen 23, twenty-three (num.) - cf. sen
-- rigafa 21, twenty-one (num.) - cf. fa
riš 20, twenty (num.)
rifín [surpass(?); outnumber(?); incorporate(?)] (v.)
rifún [remember] (v.)
ril no, not (adv.)
-- riltagamin [unknown] (adj.) - cf. tagam, -in
-- rilte [without (lit. not with)] (prep.) - cf. t'-, te-
-- rilyima unseen (adj.) - cf. yima
-- rilrov no-one, nobody (lit. no person) (pron.) - cf. rov
-- rildil nothing (pron.) - cf. dil
-- rilnær or rilnar [not hard(?); not establish(?)] (adj.(?), v.(?))
rinto [coast(?)] (n.), perhaps cf. to
rinæl (???) (v.)
-- rinæltav [priviledge(?); opportunity(?)]
rítan (???)
rís eat (v.)
ríslo dissolve (v.)
rímá [during(?)] (prep.)
re- the, definite article (pref.)
re'dæntí or re'dantí long tweezers used to play Gemedet (n.) [may only be used in the plural, could also contain re-]
rek or rak [class(?)] (n.)
rem flow (v.)
rema north (adj.)
relyima Relyimah, the Unseen (slaves, to the Terahnee) (pn.) [probably haplologised from rerilyima]
ro [people, ethnic group] (n.)
-- roné Ronay (lit. People of the Root), inhabitants of Garternay (pn.)
rov person (n.)
robot actual (adj.)
rotí (???)
roší crater (n.)
roçé [meet(?); reach(?); arrive at(?)] (v.)
ron (???)
that, complement clause marker (conj.)
rúb but (conj.)
rúé route (n.)
rúék destroy (v.)
-- rúéktav destruction (n.) - cf. -tav
m
m'-, me- from, made from (cl. prep.)
m'la lizard (n.)
matan [leave(?); put aside(?); dismiss(?)] (v.)
magen or mægen [power(?); wonder(?)] (n.)
marg layer (n.)
maryéša [fan(?), devotee(?)] (n.)
marent follow (v.)
marn create (v.)
-- marntav creation (n.) - cf. -tav
-- marntan creator (n.) - cf. -tan
maðo or mæðo [succeed(?); join(?); participate(?)] (v.)
mala come (v.)
man existence (n.)
manšú die (v.)
-- manšútav death (v.) - cf. -tav
-- -- manšútavting [mortality(?); fear of death(?); death knell(?)] (n.(?))
-- manšúþ Death Bringer, one who brings death (pn.), perhaps cf.
míru [desire(?); want(?)] (v.)
máúd [means(?); tool(?); ability(?)] (n.)
mišta construct (v.)
-- mištatav construction (n.) - cf. -tav
mišo universe (n.)
miro toxic (adj.)
mileš [overwhelm(?); outwit(?)] (v.)
min woman (n.)
minkætæ or minkata Minkata (lit. heavily scarred), a Surveyors' desert Age (pn.)
mít there (adv.) [the existence of this word is surprising, given the secure attestation of tomot. Perhaps it's a ghost word?]
mís speak (v.)
-- místav speech (n.) - cf. -tav
-- místan speaker (n.) - cf. -tan
met this, proximal demonstrative (pron., adj.)
mes require (v.)
mesfet [inspiration(?); urge(?)] (n.)
mepord (???)
mer watch (v.)
merk poisoned water (n.) [or perhaps this refers to any liquid poison?]
meúr pleasure (n.); you're welcome (interj.) [perhaps this is a compound of m'-, me- and úr, the latter might then mean "heart (n.)"]
melin outer (adj.)
mrecon [from the following(?); from among these(?)]
mo (???)
mot that, distal demonstrative (conj., adj.); which, relative pronoun/conjunction (conj.)
mor [mother(?)] (n.)
-- morpa queen (n.)
muxon complex, complicated (adj.)
múší [invention(?); inspiration(?)] (n.)
múden fortune (n.)
mælo forget (n.)
þ
suffix forming abstract nouns from adjectives (suff.); suffix forming characterised nouns from adjectives (suff.)
ð
ðelim [right(?); wit(?); strength(?); numbers(?)] (n.)
ðénó [obstacle(?); delay(?); problem(?)] (n.)
ðo how (adv., conj.(?))
ðozoneš [however(?)] (adv.(?))
d
d'-, de- again, re- (pref.)
da'ko marble (n.)
daš Riven dome tower (n.)
dag (???)
dil [thing] (n.(?) pron.(?))
desíké puzzle, enigma (n.)
dereþení Deretheni, a jet black, light-weight, artificial D'ni stone (pn.)
del [star(?)] (n.(?))
déjí path (n.)
dratol (???)
do- progressive tense prefix (pref.) [or rather, stative aspect]
dova world (n.)
doren (???)
dormað defeat (v.)
don like, as if it were (prep.)
food (n.)
-- dú'šol cater (lit. prepare food) (v.) - cf. šol
-- -- dú'šoltan caterer (n.) - cf. -tahn
dæbæn or daban [canister(?); alembic(?)] (n.); Gehn's pipe (n.)
h
h'rot (???)
hapo mix, combine (v.)
har year, one surface year, 10 válítí (n.)
harten [wait(?); circle(?); approach(?)] (v.)
haza white (adj.)
hí- combining form of 15 (num. pref.) - cf. híbor
-- hígabrí 17, seventeen (num.) - cf. brí
-- hígasen 19, nineteen (num.) - cf. sen
-- hígator 18, eighteen (num.) - cf. tor
-- hígafa 16, sixteen (num.) - cf. fa
híbor 15, fifteen (num.)
hík Gehn's cane (n.)
hev word (n.)
-- hevkor lexicon (lit. word book) (n.) - cf. kor
hevo swarm (n.)
her number (n.)
hern room (n.)
húsaté [satisfied(?); satisfactory(?); successful(?)] (adj.)
húr find (v.)
húcé [benevolent(?); omnipotent(?)] (adj.)
-- húcéþ [benevolence(?); omnipotence(?); achievement(?)] (n.) - cf.
o
-ot our, 1st person plural possessive (pron. suff.)
-os their, 3rd person plural possessive (pron. suff.)
ošan [lose] (v.)
-- ošanin lost (adj.) - cf. -in
ogel (???)
oglan ancient (adj.)
-ox of, belonging to (cl. post.)
oko black (adj.)
oenazo hope, wish (v.)
-om thy, 2nd person singular possessive (suff. pron.)
omšíno (???)
-omí your, 2nd person plural possessive (suff. pron.)
omd (???)
olíx (???)
-on his, her, its, 3rd person singular possessive (suff. pron.)
-on [causative/factitive suffix] (suff.)
oner just, fair (adj.)
ó
my, 1st person singular possessive (suff.)
ón [for my sake(?); moreover(?)] (conj.(?))
ç
çan [can(?); may(?)] (aux. pref.(?))
çiso archive (v.)
-- çisotan archivist (n.) - cf. -tan
çir organism (n.)
çil main (adj.)
-- çileš mainly (adv.) - cf. -š, -eš
çev thank (v.)
-- çevtavtí thanks (n.) - cf. -tav, -tí
-- çevet thankful (adj.), cf -t, -et
çeto [ensuing(?); requisite(?); poor(?)] (adj.)
çé geological fault (n.)
çólané complete (v.)
çúr learn (v.)
w
winis [together(?); forward(?)] (adv.)
woca harsh (adj.)
u
ugrat the name of the pillars in the Wahrk lake (pn.)
Uru large gathering, grand community (n.)
umt (???)
ú
úša formula (n.)
úlba office (room, building) (n.)
úlin [control(?); govern(?); master(?)] (v.)
-- úlintav [control(?); mastery(?)] (n.) - cf. tav
únan [leadership(?)] (n.)
únré lord (n.)
c
cav live (v.)
-- cavan immortal, living forever (adj.)
carú [full(?); eye(?)] (comp.)
can always, forever (adv.)
-- canril never (lit. always not) (adv.)
-- cano everlasting, permanent, eternal (adj.)
-- -- canoš [permanently, eternally] (adv.)
címa need (v.)
-- címaal [needed, necessary] (adj.)
cédor (???)
co of, about (prep.)
cotó child (n.)
cosa [possess(?); treasure(?)] (v.)
-- cosatav [possession(?); treasure(?)] (n.) - cf. -tav
cofa (animal) horn (n.)
coid glow (v.)
-- coidal glowing (adj.) - cf. -al
cúnú greet (n.)
l
l'-, le- perfect tense prefix (pref.) [alternatively, perfective or resultative aspect]
lasa seal (v.)
lan only (adj.)
-lan combining form of 15,625 (num. suff.)
lis arrive, get (v.)
lí- combining form of month
-- lívobro Leevobro, [seventh month] (pn.) - cf. lí-
-- lívot Leevot, [fifth month] (pn.) - cf. lí-
-- lívotær or lívotar Leevotar, [ninth month] (pn.) - cf. lí-
-- lívosan Leevosahn, [eighth month] (pn.) - cf. lí-
-- lívofo Leevofo, [sixth month] (pn.) - cf. lí-
-- líbro Leebro, [second month] (pn.) - cf. lí-
-- lítær or lítar Leetar, [fourth month] (pn.) - cf. lí-
-- lísan Leesahn, [third month] (pn.) - cf. lí-
-- lífo Leefo, [first month] (pn.) - cf. lí-
-- línovú Leenovoo, [tenth month] (pn.) - cf. lí-
líša (???)
líšan whole (n.)
líam [part(?); component(?); detail(?)] (n.)
líani [separate(?); divided(?)]
-- líaniþ [division(?); partition(?); exile(?)] (n.) - cf.
lesa [sealed] (adj.)
leš rule, fact (n.)
lem ink (n.)
lena journey (n.)
lenita idiot (n.)
lésú carry (v.)
-- lésútan carrier, courier (n.) - cf. -tan
lorag or loræg [grace(?); joy(?)] (n.)
lon discover (v.)
lonep (???)
lómat though (conj.)
lúk survey (v.)
lúpa [risk(?); venture(?); trip(?)] (n.)
læn [gain(?); wear(?)] (v.)
æ
ætinor [source(?); heart(?); fruit(?)] (n.)
z
zafé fate (n.)
zik pod (n.)
ziþ low (adj.)
-- ziþa [lowest] (adj.) - cf. -a
-- -- ziþaþ [lowest one] (n.) - cf.
-- ziþon lower (v.) - cf. -on
zígla mad, insane (adj.)
zíro [centre, point of origin] (n.)
zíwé [mission(?); expedition(?); project(?)] (n.)
ze [him], her, 3rd person singular [animate] object (pron.)
zo'e loss (n.)
zu end (n.)
zunu ending (n.)
me, 1st person singular object (pron.)
n
n'-, ne- around (cl. prep.)
nava master (n.)
naš (???) [the š might not be part of the root, but a suffix . In which case, the root is tena, an adjective.]
naga or nagá [learn(?)] (v.)
new, fresh, clean (adj.)
-- d'ní D'ni (lit. New Again), Age name, civilisation name (pn.); D'ni (adj.) - cf. d'- de-
nía new, blank (adj.)
níg mere (adj.)
-- nígeš merely (adv.)
nícavé [suffer(?)] (v.)
nesít (???)
nekis bend, twist, distort (v.)
-- nekisal bent, twisted, distorted (adj.) - cf. -al
-- -- nekisaloþ one who is bent, twisted, distorted (n.) - cf.
nefex (???)
nem [gather(?)] (v.)
neco produce (n.)
root (n.)
né- combining form of 10 (pref. num) - cf. névú
négabrí 12 (num) - cf. brí
négator 14 (num) - cf. tor
négasen 13 (num) - cf. sen
négafa 11 (num) - cf. fa
névú 10, ten (num.)
nogin [ignore(?); neglect(?); abandon(?)] (v.)
noref final (adj.)
nuda [be a disaster] (v.)
-- nudatav disaster (n.) - cf. -tav
nær or nar [hard(?)] (adj.(?))
-- næræ or nara Nara, the hardest of D'ni stones (pn.); [hardest(?)] (adj.) - cf. -a

Based on A Dictionary of the Language of D'ni, by Kh'reestrefah.