User:IlL/Tíogall/Lexicon

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  • (pron) = I
  • drá, drátha (m) = half
  • fáség, faséga (m) = beast
  • bedh, beidh (m) = part, piece
  • scrabh, scrabhaigh, scrabhín, scrabhta, scrabhach (v) = gather, collect
  • ezħám, ezħáma (m) = award, medal, trophy
  • cort (conj) = then
  • fiar /fiəl/ (pron) = you (singular, familiar)
  • dTlá /dʀaː/ (pron) = you (polite)
  • /hʉː/ (pron) = he, it (masculine)
  • /hiː/ (pron) = she, it (feminine)
  • ámh /aːw/ (pron) = we (exclusive)
  • géid /dʒiːd/ (pron) = we (inclusive)
  • séid /siːd/ = you (plural, familiar); (archaic) you (polite)
  • hár /haːl/ (pron) = they
  • /meː/ (det) = this (near 1)
  • /seː/ (det) = this (near 1 + 2)
  • /tʃeː/ (det) = that
  • mach /max/ (adv) = here (near 1)
  • sach /sax/ (adv) = here (near 2)
  • cach /kax/ (adv) = there
  • tua /tuə/ (pron) = who
  • /taː/ (pron) = what
  • tach /tax/ (adv) = where
  • tís /ti:s/ (adv) = when
  • tér /teːl/ (adv) = how
  • (adv) = not (indicative)
  • (adv) = not (subjunctive, imperative)
  • (m) = all
  • aor, aora (adj) = much, many
  • cuíth, cuíthe (adj) = some
  • ŋáth, ŋátha (adj) = few
  • ús, úsa (adj) = other
  • ciamh /tʃiəw/ (num) = one
  • tioth /tɪθ/ (num) = two
  • náidh /neːð/ (num) = three
  • daoibh /døːv/ (num) = four
  • soil /sœʟ/ (num) = five
  • árd, áird /aːld/ (adj) = big
  • áirde, áirder (f) = size
  • foinne, foinní (adj) = long
  • tága, tágaí /taːgə/ (adj) = wide
  • bocht, bochta /bɔxt/ (adj) = thick
  • garm, garma /galm/ (adj) = heavy
  • cell, ceill /tʃɛʟ/ (adj) = small
  • dois, doise /dœs/ (adj) = short
  • snaŋ, snaiŋ /snaŋ/ (adj) = narrow
  • floir, floire /fʟœl/ (adj) = thin
  • camhna, camhnar /kawnə/ (f) = woman, wife
  • sos, sosta /sɔs/ (m) = man, husband
  • car, cara /kal/ (m) = human being, person
  • techt, techta /tɛxt/ (m) = child
  • iamh, iamhar /iəw/ (f) = mother
  • annar, annta /aːnəl/ (m) = father
  • cúth, cúthar (f) = animal
  • duír, duírte (m) = bird
  • clae, claea (m) = louse
  • sóm, sóma (m) = snake
  • luabhadh, luabhta (m) = worm
  • már, máir /maːl/ (m) = tree
  • feog, feogar (f) = forest
  • aeras, aersa (m) = stick
  • lúc, lúic (m) = fruit
  • scora, scoraí /skɔɾə, skɔɾiː/ (m) = (poetic) fruit
  • lán, láin (m) = seed
  • fonas, fonsa /fɔnəs, fɔnsə/ (m) = root
  • sucht, suchta /sʊxt, sʊxtə/ (m) = bark
  • cathar, caither (m) = flower
  • cnó, cnóa (m) = grass
  • léd, léda (m) = rope
  • saŋŋ (f) = skin
  • ŋobhtha, ŋobhthar /ŋɔfθə/ (f) = meat
  • iabh, iabhar /iəv/ (f) = blood
  • smodh, smodhar (f) bone
  • úgha, úghaí (m) = fat
  • ithel, ithle (m) = egg
  • tóda, tódar (f) = horn
  • floch, flocha (m) = tail
  • snárra, snárrar (f) = feather
  • frenn, freinn (m) = hair
  • bas, bais (m) = head
  • ád, ádar (f) = ear
  • iach, iachar (f) = eye
  • beon, beonta (m) = nose
  • cú, cúa (m) = mouth
  • traiŋ, traiŋer /tɾɛŋ/ (f) = tooth
  • sár, sáir (m) = tongue
  • cábh, cáibh (m) = fingernail, toenail
  • mogh, moghar (f) foot
  • dinen, dinner (f) = leg
  • stégal, stéglar (f) = knee
  • tímh, tímher /tiːw/ (f) = hand
  • sterr, sterrar (f) = wing
  • deŋ, deŋar (f) = belly, abdomen
  • túibher (f) = guts
  • traoth, traothar (f) = neck
  • blíon, blíona (m) = back
  • doc, docar (f) = breast
  • gún, gúnta (m) = heart
  • suirte, suirter (f) = liver
  • gnúi, gnúigh, gnúiín, gnúithe, gnúi (v) = drink
  • desc, cáigh, déicín, déctha, descach (v) = eat
  • asúgh, asúgh, asúghín, asúghta, asú (v) = bite
  • sát, sátaigh, sítín, sátatha, sátach (v) = suck
  • scíobh, scíobhaigh, scíobhín, scíobhta, scíobhach (v) = spit
  • líobh, líobhaigh, líobhín, líobhta, líobhach (v) = vomit
  • sráil, sráiligh, sráilín, sráilte, sráilech (v) = blow
  • níomh, níomhaigh, níomhín, níomhta, níomhach (v) = breathe
  • ŋasar, ŋasraigh, ŋasrín, ŋasarta, ŋasrach (v) = laugh
  • tóil, tóimigh, ésrín, tóimte, dácha (v) = see
  • sobhal, sobhlaigh, sobhlín, sobhalta, soibhel (v) = hear
  • docan, docnaigh, docnín, docnata, docan (v) = think
  • toŋŋ, toŋŋaigh, tiŋŋín, toŋŋta, taŋŋ (v) = smell
  • gobhas (m) = fear
  • éint, éintigh, éintín, éintete, éintech /iːnt, iːntəx/ (v) = sleep
  • arm, armaigh, armín, armta, arm (v) = live
  • fuithen, fuithnigh, fuithnín, fuithnete, fuithen (v) = kill
  • nes, nesaigh, nesín, nesta, nesach (v) = fight
  • nacht, nachtaigh, nachtín, nachtata, nachtach (v) = hunt
  • soŋŋ, sógaigh, sóigín, sógtaigh, saŋŋ (v) = hit
  • tremh, tremhaigh, treimhín, tremhta, tremhach (v) = cut
  • crós, crósigh, crisín, crosta, crasta (v) = split
  • baisil, baisligh, baislín, baiselte, baislech (v) = stab
  • srioch, srioch, sriochaín, sriochta, sriochach (v) = scratch
  • dolabh, dolabhaigh, dolabhín, dolabhta, dolabhach (v) = dig
  • derraiŋ, derraiŋigh, derraiŋín, derraiŋte, derraiŋŋt (v) = swim, be immersed in
  • eádh, eádhaigh, eádhín, eádhata, eádh (v) = fly
  • crígh, crígh, críghín, críghte, crígh (v) = walk
  • déir, sordaigh, déirín, sordata, sord (v) = come
  • aird, airdigh, airdín, airdete, aird (v) = lie (to be lying)
  • dolas, dolasaigh, doilesín, dolasta, dolas (v) = sit
  • dothach, dothaigh, dothín, dothata, dothach (v) = stand
  • fulda, fálaigh, fulmáín, fáltaigh, fálach (v) = turn
  • rolath, rolathaigh, rolathín, rolastaigh, rolas (v) = fall
  • dóm, dómaigh, dómín, dómta, dóm (v) = hold
  • nioc, niocaigh, nicín, nioctha, nioc (v) = squeeze
  • róich, róichigh, róichín, róichte, róichech (v) = rub
  • blae, blae, blaeín, blaetha, blae (v) = wash
  • clodh, clodhaigh, clidhín, clóta, cladh (v) = wipe
  • uiper, uiprigh, uiprín, uiperte, uiprech (v) = pull
  • srao, srao, sraoín, sraotha, srao (v) = push
  • scún, scúnaigh, scúinín, scúnta, scún (v) = throw
  • madhan, madhnaigh, madhnín, madhnata, madhnach (v) = tie
  • miath, miathaigh, miathín, miathata, miathach (v) = sow
  • slach, slachaigh, slachaín, slachta, slach (v) = count
  • gál, gálaigh, gálín, gálta, gálach (v) = sing
  • bothal, bothlaigh, bothlín, bothalta, bothlach (v) = play
  • torbh, torbhaigh, tirbhín, torbhata, tarbh (v) = float
  • rulc, rulcaigh, rulcaín, rulctha, rulcach (v) = flow
  • ásc, áscaigh, áscaín, áscata, áscach (v) = freeze
  • frím, frímigh, frímín, frímte, frímech (v) = swell
  • unn, unnar /ʉːn/ (f) = sun
  • saom, saoma /sɵːm/ (m) = moon
  • ilm, ilme /ɪʟm/ (m) = star
  • enŋ, enŋa /ɛnəŋ/ (m) = water
  • barach /baɾəx/ (f) = rain
  • muach, muaich /muəx, myəʃ/ (m) = river
  • fichte, fichter /fɪxtə/ (f) = lake
  • smó, smóa /smoː, smoːə/ (m) = sea
  • fón, fóna (m) = sea
  • caeth, caetha (m) = salt
  • neild, neilder (f) = stone
  • ŋorr, ŋorra (m) = sand
  • síogh (m) = dust
  • luabh /ʟuəv/ (f) = earth
  • beŋŋa, beŋŋar /bɛŋə, bɛŋəl/ (f) = cloud
  • stioch, stiocha /stɪx, stɪxə/ (m) = fog
  • geo /dʒɵː/ (f) = sky
  • coll, colla /kɔʟ/ (m) = wind
  • suíobh, suíobha /siːv/ (m) = snow
  • aoth, aotha (m) = ice
  • linn, linner /ʟiːn/ (f) = smoke
  • stú, stúa /stʉː/ (m) = fire
  • raebh, raebhar /ɾeːv/ (f) = ash
  • fuith, fuithigh, fuithín, feiste, feist (v) = burn
  • griabh, griabhar /gɾiəv/ (f) = road
  • scaimh, scaimhthe /skɛw/ (m) = mountain
  • lós, lósa /ʟɵːs/ (adj) = red
  • bes, besa /bɛs/ (adj) = green
  • raech, raecha /ɾeːx/ (adj) = yellow
  • eo, eotha /ɵː/ (adj) = white
  • ŋiúl, ŋiúil /ŋʊʟ/ (adj) = black
  • míon, míonar /miːn/ (f) = night
  • ruaigh, ruaithe /ɾyəj/ (m) = day (period of light)
  • fál, fálta /ˈfaːʟ/ (m) = year
  • fúnn, fúnna /fʉːn/ (adj) = warm
  • srabh, sraibh /sɾav/ (adj) = cold
  • tuíoch, tuích (adj) = full
  • serŋ, serŋa /sɛlŋ/ (adj) = new
  • daer, daera (adj) = old
  • sámh, sáimh /saːw, seːw/ (adj) = good
  • foig, foige (adj) = bad
  • ŋáiden, ŋáidin (adj) = rotten
  • tagar, tagair (adj) = dirty
  • ŋiath, ŋéith (adj) = sharp
  • lonnan, lonnain (adj) = dull
  • bád, báid (adj) = smooth
  • gias, géis (adj) = wet
  • ŋrae, ŋraea (adj) = dry
  • stágh, stáigh (adj) = near
  • ŋelan, ŋelain (adj) = far
  • soŋan (f) = right
  • breth (m) = left
  • de (prep) = at, in
  • go /gɔ~gə/ (prep) = (together) with
  • ar (prep) = on, at
  • fen (conj) = if
  • cua /kuə/ (conj) = because
  • feil, feilte /fɪʟ/ (m) = name
  • forca, forcaigh, forcaín, forctha, forcach (v) = feed
  • tann (prep) = (poetic) after
  • stúir, stúirer (f) = war
  • tilŋ, tilŋer (f) = sword
  • meraich, meraiche (m) = flag
  • claiŋ, claiŋer (f) = guilt, responsibility
  • ság (m) = shame
  • siompa, siompaí (m) = noodle
  • aŋŋ, aŋŋta (m) = face
  • fuadh (m) = lightning
  • biúl, biúil (adj) = straight
  • tnábh, tnábhar (f) = jaw
  • tébh, tébha (m) = cup
  • fén, fénta (m) = brother
  • rón, rónaigh (v) = crush
  • samáts, samáits (m) = verse
  • aislí, aislír (f) = dream
  • aisc, aiscer (f) = voice
  • ír, írte (m) = island
  • canaí (v) = buy
  • fúth, fútha (m) = bull
  • leochan, leochna (m) = list
  • fulcobh, fulcobhaigh, fulcibhín, fulcoichte, fulcabh (v) = deserve (usu. something negative
  • ogh (intj) = oh! ah!
  • nuích, nuíche (m) = door
  • scéch, scéich (m) = fern
  • argann, argann (v) = move (intrans.)
  • gémh, tobhaigh, tibhín, toichte, gelŋ (v)= say
  • buaith, buaithe (m) = eagle
  • elsa, elsar (f) = (poetic) eagle
  • beghra, beghraí (m) = scale (measuring device)
  • smaoch, smaocha (m) = world
  • ful (prep) = around
  • ioras, iorsaigh, iorsín, iorsta, iorsach (v) = learn
  • finn (adv) = well
  • rimed (m) = unit of 10
  • préd (m) = unit of 100
  • árdphréd (m) = unit of 1000
  • Daicemh = Dxaetjeon
  • Náfamh (adj) = Naquian (From Dxaetjeon nafeon)
  • robhan, robhanach (v) = exist
  • ciamhrobhan, ciamhrobhanach (v) = (mathematics) to exist and be unique
  • obhart, obhartar (f) = trap
  • arbá, arbá, arbáín, arbátha, arbár (v) = call
  • és, ésaigh, éisín, ésta, ésach (v) = feel
  • rúith, rúithigh, rúithín, reiste, reist (v) = break
rúith < ro-úith
  • corm, cirmín, carm (v) = to sound
  • sincharm (m) = consonance
  • écarm (m) = harmony
  • mícharm (m) = dissonance
  • canúfíe (f) = mathematics
  • canúfíán (adj) = mathematical
  • gamází (m) = prime number
  • gamáz (m) = element
  • éghamází (adj) = coprime
  • iomsa (adj) = precious
X iomsan (where X is a person) = my X (used by e.g. parents)
  • scialar /stʃi:ʟəl/ (f) = lady; ma'am, miss
  • Scial /stʃi:ʟ/ (f) = form of address for females
  • farca (m) = prize
  • gáthdhúbha (f) = linguistics
  • súcan, súcnaigh, súcnín, súcnata, súcnach (v) = decide
do·con, ní·dechan = < de-conyn-is 'to say in' (i.e. to say inside oneself)
  • gás (m) = hail
  • craem, craema (m) = sir; form of address for male minors
  • mannar, mannta /ma:nəl/ (m) = lord, master; form of address for male adults
  • mochar, mocharta (m) = saw
  • defrath (v) = rage
  • mrin (v) = forgive
  • ŋamath (v) = to cover
  • fruŋ = middle
  • fécas (v) = confuse
  • ebhracht, ebhrachtar (f) = a Talman cold-hardy plant whose oil is solid at room temperature and can be used as food and for insulation in clothes
  • corc, corca (m) = oil
  • félaigh, félín, félach (v) = to change
  • fél, féla (adj) = different
  • fusta (adv) = eventually
  • taŋtáv (m) = information
  • tlutha (intj) = OK (from a Clofabic language; ~ luta- in Clofabosin; ultimately from *tluta)
  • séil, séiligh, séilín, séilte, séilech (v) = to wither
  • snáibh, snáibhe (m) = corpse
  • forá, forá, foráín, forách (v) = to bask
  • sóibh (adv) = nevertheless
  • ím, íme (m) = leaf (Netagin)
  • cáider (m) = science
  • boc, bocaigh, bocaín, boctha, bocach = to plant
  • ŋachta, ŋachtaí (adj) = pure
  • traebh (m) = plot of land
  • bóg (adj) = the same
  • ésar, ésraigh, ésrín, ésrata, ésracch = to nurture, to brood
  • féd, fédaigh, fédín, fédata, fédach = to keep
  • tnáigh, tnáigh, tnáighín, tnáighte, tnáigh (v) believe
de X le tnáigh = to believe in X;
le X le tnáigh = to believe what X says
  • fígin, fígine (m) = (literary) human being, mortal
  • rách (m) = time
  • lisin, lisnigh, lisnín, lisnete, lisnech (v) = tame
  • saobh, saoibh (m) = dog
  • arfás, arfásaigh, arfásín, arfásta, arfáiste (v) = be ready
  • aon, aonaigh, sólín, aonta, sól (v) = do
  • tiortar (adv) = twice
  • asaŋ, asŋaigh, asŋín, asŋata, asaiŋŋt (v) = die
  • ae (intj) = oh, O
  • sŋím, sŋímigh, sŋímín, sŋímte, sŋímech (v) = praise
  • mol, molaigh, moilín, molta, moile (v) = thank
le X le moile = to thank X
  • fiar, fiaraigh, fiarín, fiarach (v) = address someone using fiar
  • dlá, dláaigh, dláín, dláach (v) = address someone using dtlá
  • séid, séidigh, séidín, séidech (v) = address someone using séid
  • tús, túsaigh, túsín, tústa, túsa (v) = to pray
  • dérb, dérbaigh, dérbín, dérbtha, dérbach (v) = tolerate, bear (mostly used in negative)
  • có, cótha (m) = son
  • loithre (m) = wheat
  • ertaħaf, urtaħéf (v) = to graduate college (lit. 'to specialize')
  • bún, búin (m) = fish
  • mothmanóg (m) = professor; mothmanógaim (f)
  • ŋatév (m) curiosity
Laidh ŋatév aran. = I'm curious.
  • rúi, rúie (m) = beardog (an omnivorous Clotrician mammal, commonly kept as pets)
  • foscúghál, foscúgháil (m) = art song, Tíogall "lied"
  • ráig (f) = solstice (Thn. ryncis)
  • buirgedráig (f) = winter solstice
  • bartós, bartósa (m) = tent, pavilion (from Classical Netagin bartos, Ancient Netagin bartusi, from Thensarian baltus 'box, enclosure')
  • gainn, gainne (m) = clan, family
  • grann, grainnín, granna = to solve e.g. a problem or an equation; (euphemistic) to eliminate, to kill
  • bhfá-N (conj) = complementizer
  • mar le... = can
  • taimh, taimher (f) = leaf
  • gil (prep) = from
  • bólaí (m, plurale tantum) = soil
  • máslaeŋ, máslaeŋa (adj) = infertile, barren
  • sonaiŋŋ, sonaiŋŋigh, sonaiŋŋín, sonaiŋŋta, sonaiŋŋt (v) = sprout
  • reocht (f) = a songbird native to the Talma region
Thensarian resuctō
  • míreistech (f) = (grammar) a grammar mistake in languages with grammatical gender made by young children or learners where the wrong gender is used for a noun
  • reist (f) = biological sex; gender; category; (grammar) gender, noun class
  • reist (v) = classify, categorize
  • scobh, arfaigh, áibín, scobhta, ascabh (v) = give
scobh, áibín, ascabh come from as.cobh, ní.áb < as-cobyn 'to bear towards'
arfaigh comes from ar.fogh, ní.arbhagh ar-vogym 'to hand over, to transfer'
  • suth (f) = mist
  • gnúinte (f) = scar
  • scrádhaí (m) = spider
  • gúine (adv) = always
  • réiser (adv) = always; continually
  • romhar (adv) = forever
  • murtéħóf (m) = (archaic) specialist
  • mortaħóifá, -óná (from Koine Netagin (A) mortehöfo, from Old Netagin murtéħófá < t-ħ-f = expert) (f) = courtesan
  • sin-shuinmín (adj) = in tune
  • míshuinmín (adj) = out of tune
  • míshuinmech (f) = out of tune note, mistuning
  • mí-éflach (f) = a stupid mistake Tíogall noob composers and improvisers make when they use an enharmonic equivalent from the wrong tuning (like accidentally treating 135/128 and 16/15 as enharmonics in schismic for example)
  • núil (adj) = difficult
  • núilú (f) = difficulty
  • Dendritín = Dendritic (adj.)
  • Dendrit (a loan from Thensarian or Clofabic) = Dendritic region
  • zár (m) = cat (from Netagin)
  • róiŋŋe (f) theorem
  • róiŋŋ, róiŋŋe (v) to erect; to establish
  • stóchach (f) proof
  • stóch, stóchach (v) to prove (OT as.tóch, ní.assach; as- is a doublet of ar- "on; telic"; tóch is probably an old verbal noun for "see", from Thn. *tosācos)
  • aed (adj) = high
  • aeide (f) = height; (music) pitch
  • éfal, éflach (v) = conflate, equate, identify something with something else
  • éflach (f) = (music) enharmonic equivalence (most commonly, identification of two different just ratios)
  • éflín (adj) = (music) enharmonic
  • léiste bó-charaimh (f) = "nonhuman soul", politically correct term for nonhuman animals
  • stéca, stécaí (m) = scallop
Stéca is also a family name
  • égeth, égethach (v) = connect
  • póigh (intj) /pøːj/ = phooey! pfui! (expresses contempt)
  • ichuí (intj) /iˈxiː/ = yuck! ew!
  • aoim.../aoi... (intj) /øːm~œːm/, /øː~œː/ = um.../uh...
  • tsáŋód /tsaːˈŋɵːd/ (m, pl. tsáŋóid /tsaːˈŋøːd/) garden
  • ós (conj) = although
  • sás (m) happiness
  • súnarc (f) schadenfreude
  • brós, brós (v) to put
  • tar, tara (v) to go
  • tobh, tobhach (v) to take
  • neáth /naːθ/ (m, pl. neáith /neːθ/) (literary) cloud
  • foscú /fɔskʉː/ (f) art; (archaic) skill, talent, excellence (a cognate could mean "virtue" in a related language)
  • foscúróiŋ (m) artist
  • enn, ennach /εn, ˈεnəx/ (v) = to ring; to sound
  • forenn, forennach /ˈfɔɾɛn, ˈfɔɾɛnəx/ (v) = to play an instrument
  • éimthigh, éimthú /ˈiːmθi, ˈiːmθʉː/ (v) = to hold, to be valid
  • artaŋgán /ˈaltəŋgaːn/ (adj) = (mathematics) rectifiable (lit. "stretchable")
  • blucha /ˈbʟʊxə/ (f) = curve
  • ferŋán /fɛlŋaːn/ (adj) = (mathematics) analytic (lit. "shape-ly")
  • mimráth /mɪmɾaːθ/ (m) = (mathematics) function (m-r-t = "assign")
  • cuirlín /kʏɾəʟiːn/ (adj) = open, opened
  • cuiril, cuirlech /kʏɾəʟ, kʏɾəʟəx/ (adj) = to open
  • étha (From Netagin ʔÉthá) = Etalocin
  • echt /ɛxt/ (m., pl. eicht /ɪxt/): morning;
  • echtna /'ɛxtnə/ "in the morning"
  • ruaghna /'ɾuənə/ "in the day"
  • caomh /kɵː/ (m., pl. caoimh /kø:w/): evening;
  • caomhna /'kɵːnə/ "in the evening"
  • míonna /'mi:nə/ "at night"
  • fágh /faː/ (adj.) = wrong, evil
  • slachandhúbha (f) = number theory
  • nóidhúbha (f) = thermodynamics
  • fáiste (f) = (literary) working or effect of some (often supernatural) force; (mathematics) action, e.g. of a group
  • énrigh, énrú = accompany
  • énrú (m) = accompaniment (musical)
  • somh, somhach = find
  • dirr-, dirrú = invent
  • ábhadh, ábhtha (m) = book
  • soch (m) = air
  • léiste, léister (f) = soul, spirit; sentient being
  • merg = right, correct
  • an suinmech ŋachta = just intonation (lit. "pure tuning")
  • nós, nóis = easy; (of a person) gullible
  • dúbhóiŋ (m, f) = teacher
  • (an) Saichte (m) = originally meaning "the pantheon", a complex of spirits in nature, governing the workings of nature, which ancient Talmans believed in; when a person is born, his soul is taken out of the Saichte; when he dies his soul is incorporated back into it.
Shaichte... = God... (Interjection)
An Saichte leis! = The Saichte bless you! (greeting)
  • sumhan = beautiful
  • mocht = dark
  • ceirr de, ceirrech = 'I go in'
  • geil /gɪʟ/ = 'from'
  • aodaí /ˈɵːdiː/ (m, pl) = 'clothes'
  • gód /gɵːd/ (f) = 'body'
  • slachan /sʟaxən/ (m) = 'number'
  • stú /stʉː/ (m) 'fire'
  • meirt, meirte /mɪlt, ˈmɪltə/ = 'descend'
  • ŋaoidh, ŋaoise /ŋøːð, ŋøːsə/ = 'dig'
  • óc, óca /ɵːk/ (m) = 'rock'
  • seola /ˈsɔʟə/ (f) = law (~ Nurian fiuolācuh 'country')
  • seolacht = 'legal'
  • iomar = 'now'
  • cuín /ki:n/ = 'because'
  • cré /kɾeː/ (f) = day (24-hour period)
  • dúbh, dúbhach /dʉːv, ˈdʉːvəx/ = 'teach'
  • bris, brisech /bɾɪs, ˈbrɪsəx/ = 'speak'
  • ŋlaidh /ŋʟɛð/ (f) = 'page'
  • arŋadh, arŋas /ˈalŋəθ, ˈalŋəs/ = 'to achieve'
  • stann, stanna /staːn, ˈstaːnə/ = 'to assemble' (~ Stánsa)
  • sŋaoi, sŋaoi /sŋøː/ = 'to be born'
  • techrós /tɛxˈɾɵːs/ (m) = 'earthquake'
  • scain /skɛn/ (m) = 'friend'
  • sciodh /ʃtʃɪð/ (m) = 'crowd; set (mathematics)'
  • tluchar /ˈtʟʊxəl/ (f) = 'fear'
  • ŋull /ŋʊʟ/ (m) = 'male animal; masculine noun'
  • /deː/ (f) = 'female animal; feminine noun'
  • ceor /tʃɵːl/ (f) = 'bag'
  • scaebh, scaebhach /skeːv, ˈskeːvəx/ = 'cry'
  • lioŋ /ʟɪŋ/ (m) = 'bug'
  • suinm, suinmech /sʏnəm, ˈsʏnməx/ = 'to tune' (from so·nemn, ní·suinm 'he balances' < *su-nebnanis, where nebn- means 'equal')
  • gloc /glɔk/ (f) = 'wheel'
  • toimh /tœw/ = 'sweet'
  • bráŋ, bráiŋe /bɾaːŋ, bɾeːŋə/ 'shout'
  • iŋŋ /iːŋ/ (f) = 'time'
  • rénmaigh, rénmín, rénmata, rénmach (v) = to dawn
  • blósaigh, blósín, blósta, blósach (v) = to dusk
  • oith, oithigh, oithín, oithete, oithech (v) = pass
  • bách, báchaigh, báchaín, báchta, báchach = (poetic) to cry out
  • tarsúdh, tarsúdha = school
  • fas (prep) = French chez
  • pefat (m) = cake
  • de husc = a lot