Vocabulary

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’ [ʔ] (tìftang, Apostrophe, Glottal Stop)

‘ä’ [ʔæʔ] intj. oops!
‘a’aw [ˈʔa.ʔaw] adj. a few, several (for countable nouns only)
‘ä’o [ˈʔæ.ʔo] n. pitcher plant
‘ak [ʔak̚] intj. ow, ouch
‘akra [ˈʔak̚.ɾa] n. soil (fertile)
‘aku [ˈʔ·a.k·u] vtr. remove, take away, take off
‘al [ʔ·al] vtr. waste
‘älek [ˈʔæ.lɛk̚] adj. determined
‘ali’ä [ʔa.ˈli.ʔæ] n. collar / choker
‘ampi [ˈʔ·am.p·i] vtr. touch
‘ampirikx [ˈʔam.pi.ɾik’] n. leaf pitcher plant
‘ana [ˈʔa.na] n. hanging vine
‘ango [ˈʔa.ŋo] adj. soft (of a sound)
‘angtsìk [ˈʔaŋ.t͡sɪk̚] n. hammerhead
‘anla [ˈʔ·an.l·a] vtr. yearn for
‘änsyem [ʔæn.ˈsjɛm] adj. complete
‘are [ˈʔa.ɾɛ] n. poncho, cape, shawl
‘ärìp [ˈʔ·æ.ɾ·ɪp̚] vtr. move
‘asap [ˈʔa.sap̚] n. sudden shock
‘asap si [ˈʔa.sap s·i] vin. be shocked, be startled
‘avun [ˈʔ·a.v·ʊn] vtr. save (time, food, etc.)
‘aw [ʔaw] num. one
‘awkx [ʔawk’] n. cliff
‘awlie [ʔaw.ˈli.ɛ] adv. once (in the past)
‘awlo [ˈʔaw.lo] adv. once, one time (numerical, not more than once)
‘awm [ʔawm] n. camp
‘awnìm [ˈʔ·aw.nɪm] vtr. avoid
‘awpo [ˈʔaw.po] pn. one individual
‘awsiteng [ʔaw.si.ˈtɛŋ] adv. together
‘awstengyem [ʔaw.stɛŋ.ˈj·ɛm] vtr. bind / bring two or more things together (ii)
‘awve [ˈʔaw.vɛ] adj. first (ordinal)
‘e’al [ˈʔɛ.ʔal] adj. worst
‘e’in [ʔɛ.ˈʔin] n. pod, gourd
‘e’insey [ʔɛ.ˈʔin.sɛj] n. drinking gourd
‘efu [ˈʔ·ɛ.f·u] vtr. feel, sense, perceive
‘eko [ˈʔ·ɛ.k·o] vtr. attack
‘ekong [ˈʔɛ.koŋ] n. beat (rhythmic)
‘ekxin [ʔɛ.ˈk’in] adj. tight
‘ekxinum [ʔɛ.ˈk’i.nʊm] n. degree of tightness, looseness
‘ekxinumpe [ʔɛ.ˈk’i.nʊm.pɛ] inter. how tight, loose?
‘ele’wll [ˈʔɛ.lɛʔ.wḷ] n. thorny paw, cactus
’em [ʔ·ɛm] vtr. cook
’emyu [ˈʔɛm.ju] n. cook, cooker
‘en [ʔɛn] n. guess, informed guess, hunch, intuition
‘en si [ˈʔɛn ˈs·i] vin. make an informed guess
‘eng [ʔɛŋ] n. beak of a bird or animal
‘engeng [ˈʔɛŋ.ɛŋ] adj. level
‘eoio [ˈʔɛ.o.i.o] adj. ceremonious
‘etnaw [ˈʔɛt̚.naw] n. shoulder
‘evan [ˈʔɛ.van] n. boy (colloquial)
‘eve [ˈʔɛ.vɛ] n. girl (colloquial)
‘eveng [ˈʔɛ.vɛŋ] n. child
‘evengan [ˈʔɛ.vɛ.ŋan] n. boy
‘evenge [ˈʔɛ.vɛ.ŋɛ] n. girl
‘evi [ˈʔɛ.vi] n. kid (affectionate form of)
‘ewan [ˈʔɛ.wan] adj. young
‘ewll [ˈʔɛ.wḷ] n. plant
‘ewrang [ˈʔɛw.ɾaŋ] n. loom
‘eylan [ˈʔɛj.lan] n. friend
‘eylanay [ʔɛj.la.ˈnaj] n. acquaintance (with the potential for becoming a friend)
‘eylyong [ˈʔɛjl.joŋ] n. pet
‘eyng [ʔ·ɛjŋ] v. answer, respond, respond to
‘eyt [ʔɛjt̚] n. the symbol 8 (not the value eight)
‘i’a [ˈʔ·iʔ.·a] vin. end, conclude
‘ì’awn [ʔ·ɪ.ˈʔ·awn] vin. remain, stay
‘ia [ˈʔ·i.·a] vin. lose oneself (spiritual sense)
‘ìheyu [ʔɪ.ˈhɛ.ju] n. spiral
‘ìn [ʔ·ɪn] svin. be busy, be occupied
‘Ìnglìsì [ˈʔɪŋ.lɪ.sɪ] n. English language
‘ìp [ʔ·ɪp̚] vin. disappear, vanish, recede from view
‘ipu [ˈʔi.pu] adj. humorous, funny, amusing
‘it [ʔit̚] n. bit, a small amount
‘itan [ˈʔi.tan] n. son
‘ite [ˈʔi.tɛ] n. daughter
‘itetsyìp [ˈʔi.tɛ.t͡sjɪp̚] n. little daughter (term of endearment)
‘llngo [ˈʔḷ.ŋo] n. hip
‘o’ [ʔoʔ] adj. bringing fun, exciting
‘ok [ʔok̚] n. remembrance
‘okrol [ʔok̚.ˈɾol] n. history (ancient)
‘oktrr [ˈʔok̚.tṛ] n. day of commemoration
‘okvur [ʔok̚.ˈvuɾ] n. history (nonancient)
‘om [ʔom] adj. violet, purple, magenta
‘ompin [ˈʔom.pin] n. violet, purple, magenta
‘on [ʔon] n. shape, form
‘on si [ˈʔon s·i] vin. shape, give shape (to something)
‘ong [ʔ·oŋ] vin. unfold, blossom
‘onglawn [ˈʔoŋ.lawn] n. exhilaration of first bonding
‘ongokx [tɪ.ˈʔo.ŋok’] vin. be born
‘ongop [ˈʔo.ŋ·op̚] vtr. design
‘ongopyu [ˈʔo.ŋop̚.ju] n. designer
‘opin [ˈʔo.pin] n. color
‘opinsung [ˈʔo.pin.s·ʊŋ] vtr. color, color in
‘opinvultsyìp [ˈʔo.pin.vul.t͡sjɪp̚] n. crayon
‘ora [ˈʔo.ɾa] n. lake
‘oratsyìp [ˈʔo.ɾa.t͡sjɪp̚] n. pond, pool
‘otxang [ʔo.ˈt’aŋ] n. musical instrument (generic term)
‘rrko [ˈʔ·ṛ.k·o] vin. roll
‘rrpxom [ˈʔṛ.p’om] n. thunder
‘Rrta [ˈʔṛ.ta] prop.n. Earth
‘u [ʔu] n. thing (object, fact, abstraction)
‘ul [ʔ·ul] vin. increase
‘umtsa [ˈʔʊm.t͡sa] n. medicine
‘uo [ˈʔu.o] pn. something
‘upe [ˈʔu.pɛ] inter. what (thing)
‘upxare [ʔʊ.ˈp’a.ɾɛ] n. message
‘ur [ʔʊɾ] n. sight, look, appearance

A [a]

a [a] part. clause-level attributive marker
afpawng [a.ˈfpawŋ] n. grief
afpawng si [a.ˈfpawŋ s·i] vin. grieve
aho [·a.ˈh·o] vin. pray
akrrmaw [a.ˈkṛ.maw] conj. after (temporal)
akrrta [a.ˈkṛ.ta] conj. since (temporal)
akum [a.ˈkum] conj. that (as a result)
Akwey [ak̚.ˈwɛj] prop.n. male Na’vi
alaksi [a.ˈlak̚.si] adj. ready
alìm [a.ˈlɪm] adv. far away, at a distance
alo [ˈa.lo] n. time, turn, instance, one of a number of repeated or recurring actions
alu [ˈa.lu] conj. that is, in other words
alunta [a.ˈlun.ta] conj. because, from the reason
am’a [am.ˈʔa] n. doubt
am’ake [am.ˈʔa.kɛ] adj. sure, confident
am’aluke [am.ˈʔa.lu.kɛ] adv. without a doubt
amay [a.ˈmaj] n. brook
Amhul [am.ˈhul] prop.n. female Na’vi
anìheyu [a.nɪ.ˈhɛ.ju] n. fibonacci, blue spiral plant
Anuk [a.nʊk̚] prop.n. (name)
Anurai [ˈa.nu.ɾa.i] prop.n. Na’vi Clan name
Aonung [ˈa.o.nuŋ] prop.n. male Na’vi of the Metkayina Clan
apxa [a.ˈp’a] adj. large
apxangrr [a.ˈp’a.ŋṛ] n. delta tree
Artsut [aɾ.t͡sʊt̚] prop.n. (name)
asim [a.ˈsim] adv. nearby, at close range
asip [ˈa.sip̚] n. tall thin mass or pile of something; tower
atan [a.ˈtan] n. light
atanvi [a.ˈtan.vi] n. light ray, light beam
atanzaw [a.ˈtan.zaw] n. forked lightning
Ateyitan [a.ˈtɛj.i.tan] prop.n. son of Ateyo
Ateyo [a.ˈtɛ.jo] prop.n. male Na’vi
atokirina’ [a.to.ki.ˈɾi.naʔ] n. seeds of the great tree
atxar [a.ˈt’aɾ] adj. smell of living animals, as found around a watering hole
atxkxe [at’.ˈk’ɛ] n. land
atxkxerel [at’.ˈk’ɛ.ɾɛl] n. map
au [ˈa.u] n. drum (made of skin)
au [a.ˈu] intj. exclamation of consternation
aungia [a.ˈu.ŋi.a] n. sign, omen
awaiei [a.wa.i.ˈɛ.i] n. banshee of paradise
awnga [aw.ˈŋa] pn. we, us (inclusive)
ayfo [aj.ˈfo] or [ˈaj.fo] pn. they
ayla [aj.ˈla] pn. others, the others (animate or non-animate)
aylahe [aj.ˈla.hɛ] pn. others, the others (animate or non-animate)
aynga [aj.ˈŋa] pn. you all, you (pl.)
ayoe [aj.ˈo.ɛ] pn. we, us (exclusive)
ayoeng [aj.ˈwɛŋ] pn. we, us (inclusive)
ayRam aLusìng [aj.ˈɾam a.lu.ˈsɪŋ] prop.n. the Floating Mountains
aystampe [aj.ˈstam.pɛ] inter. what men
aystepe [aj.ˈstɛ.pɛ] inter. what women
aysupe [aj.ˈsu.pɛ] inter. what people
ayu [a.ˈju] n. things
ayVitrayä Ramunong [aj.vit̚.ˈɾa.jæ ɾa.ˈmu.noŋ] prop.n. Well of Souls

Ä [æ]

äie [æ.ˈi.ɛ] n. vision (spiritual)
Änsìt [ˈæn.sɪt̚] prop.n. male Na’vi
äo [ˈæ.o] adp. under, below
ätxäle [æ.ˈt’æ.lɛ] n. request
ätxäle si [æ.ˈt’æ.lɛ ˈs·i] vin. request (with tsnì clause for object)
äzan [æ.ˈzan] n. force, compulsion
äzan si [æ.ˈzan s·i] vin. force, compel
äzanluke [æ.ˈzan.lu.kɛ] adv. voluntarily, without force or compulsion
äzantu [æ.ˈzan.tu] n. domineering person; one who is bossy, authoritarian, or dictatorial

E [ɛ]

eampin [ˈɛ.am.pin] n. blue, green
ean [ˈɛ.an] adj. blue, green
eanean [ˈɛ.an.ˈɛ.an] n. cheadle, herbaceous plant
eanfwopx [ˈɛ.an.fwop’] n. mist bloom
ehetx [ɛ.ˈhɛt’] n. excuse
ehetx si [ɛ.ˈhɛt’ s·i] vin. make an excuse, make excuses
ekxan [ɛ.ˈk’an] n. barricade, obstruction
ekxan si [ɛ.ˈk’an s·i] vin. exclude, keep out, bar
ekxtxu [ɛk’.ˈt’u] adj. rough (in texture)
eltu [ˈɛl.tu] n. brain
eltu lefngap [ˈɛl.tu lɛ.ˈfŋap̚] n. computer
eltu si [ˈɛl.tu s·i] vin. pay attention, quit goofing off
eltungawng [ˈɛl.tu.ŋawŋ] n. brainworm, glow worm
eltur tìtxen si [ˈɛl.tuɾ tɪ.ˈt’ɛn s·i] vin. be interesting, intriguing
eltut heykahaw [ˈɛl.tut̚ hɛj.ˈk·a.h·aw] ph. be boring, bore
emkä [ɛm.ˈk·æ] vtr. cross
emkäfya [ɛm.ˈkæ.fja] n. ford, crossing
emrey [ɛm.ˈɾ·ɛj] vin. survive
emza’u [ɛm.ˈz·a.ʔ·u] vtr. pass (a test), overcome
Entu [ˈɛn.tu] prop.n. male Na’vi
eo [ˈɛ.o] adp. before, in front of (place)
eolì’uvi [ˈɛ.o.lɪ.ʔu.vi] n. prefix
ep’ang [ɛp̚.ˈʔaŋ] adj. complex
epxang [ɛ.ˈp’aŋ] n. stone jar used to hold small toxic arachnid
etrìp [ˈɛt̚.ɾɪp̚] adj. favorable, auspicious
Europa [ɛ.u.ˈɾo.pa] prop.n. Europe
ewktswo [ˈɛwk̚.t͡swo] n. (sense of) taste
ewku [ˈ·ɛw.k·u] vtr. taste (not intentionally)
ewro [ˈɛw.ɾo] n. euro
eyawr [ɛ.ˈjawɾ] adj. correct, right
eyawrfya [ɛ.ˈjawɾ.fja] n. right way (of doing something), correct path
eyaye [ɛ.ˈja.jɛ] n. warbonnet
eyk [·ɛjk̚] vtr. lead
eyktan [ˈɛjk̚.tan] n. leader
eyktanay [ɛjk̚.ta.ˈnaj] n. deputy, general, one step down from leader
eykyu [ˈɛjk̚.ju] n. leader (typically temporary, of a small group like a hunting party)
Eytukan [ˈɛj.tu.kan] prop.n. male leader of the Omatikaya
Eywa [ˈɛj.wa] prop.n. world spirit, Gaia
Eywa’eveng [ˌɛj.wa.ˈʔɛ.vɛŋ] prop.n. Pandora
Eyweveng [ɛj.ˈwɛ.vɛŋ] prop.n. Pandora (colloquial, short for Eywa’eveng)

F [f] ()

fa [fa] adp. with, by means of
fahew [fa.ˈhɛw] n. smell
fäkä [fæ.ˈk·æ] vin. go up, ascend
faoi [ˈfa.o.i] adj. smooth (in texture)
fäpa [ˈfæ.pa] n. top
fäpyo [ˈfæp̚.jo] n. roof
fayluta [faj.ˈlu.ta] sbd. these words
fäza’u [fæ.ˈz·a.ʔ·u] vin. come up, ascend
fe’ [fɛʔ] adj. bad
fe’lup [ˈfɛʔ.lʊp̚] adj. tacky, in poor taste
fe’pey [fɛʔ.ˈp·ɛj] vin. feel dread, expect something bad to happen, fear (with tsnì for thing dreaded) (ii)
fe’ran [ˈfɛʔ.ɾan] n. flawed nature, something illconceived or inherently defective
fe’ranvi [ˈfɛʔ.ɾan.vi] n. blemish, deformity, stain, flawed feature
fe’ul [ˈfɛ.ʔ·ul] vin. worsen, get worse
fekem [ˈfɛ.kɛm] n. accident
fekum [ˈfɛ.kum] n. disadvantage, drawback, downside
fekumnga’ [ˈfɛ.kum.ŋaʔ] adj. disadvantageous
few [fɛw] adp. across, aiming for the opposite side of
fewi [ˈf·ɛ.w·i] vtr. chase
fewtusok [ˈfɛw.tu.sok̚] adj. opposite, on the opposite side
fì’u [fɪ.ˈʔu] pn. this (thing)
fìfya [fɪ.ˈfja] adv. this way, like this
fìkem [fɪ.ˈkɛm] pn. this (action)
fil [fil] n. child’s toy, plaything
fìpo [ˈfɪ.po] pn. this one person or thing
fìtrr [fɪ.ˈtṛ] adv. today
fìtsap [fɪ.ˈt͡sap̚] adv. each other
fìtseng [fɪ.ˈt͡sɛŋ] adv., n. here, this place
fìtsenge [fɪ.ˈt͡sɛ.ŋɛ] adv., n. here, this place
fìtxan [fɪ.ˈt’an] adv. so, to such an extent
fìtxon [fɪ.ˈt’on] adv., n. tonight
fkan [fk·an] vin. resemble in a sensory modality, come to the senses as
fkarut [ˈfk·a.ɾ·ʊt̚] vtr. peel
fkay [fkaj] adj. hateful
fkew [fkɛw] adj. mighty
fkeytok [ˈfkɛj.t·ok̚] vin. exist
fkio [ˈfki.o] n. tetrapteron
fkip [fkip̚] adp. up among
fko [fko] pn. one, they (singular usage) (unspecified agent)
fkxake [ˈfk’·a.k·ɛ] v. itch
fkxakewll [ˈfk’a.kɛ.wḷ] n. itch plant
fkxara [ˈfk’a.ɾa] n. stress (mental or emotional feeling)
fkxaranga’ [ˈfk’a.ɾa.ŋaʔ] adj. stressful
fkxen [fk’ɛn] n. vegetable (food)
fkxile [ˈfk’i.lɛ] n. bib necklace
flä [fl·æ] vin. succeed
flawkx [flawk’] n. leather
flawm [flawm] n. cheek
flefle [ˈflɛ.flɛ] n. Sol’s delight, magnetotrophic plant
flel [fl·ɛl] vtr. trick (someone), fool (someone)
fleltrr [ˈflɛl.tṛ] n. April Fool’s Day
fleltu [ˈflɛl.tu] n. fool, sucker, mark, someone easily tricked
flew [flɛw] n. throat
flì [flɪ] adj. thin (in size, nfp)
flìnutx [flɪ.ˈnut’] n. thickness (in size)
flrr [flṛ] adj. gentle, mild, tender (people or things)
flrrtsawl [ˈflṛ.t͡sawl] n. sailfin goliath
fmal [fm·al] vtr. sustain
fmawn [fmawn] n. news, something to report
fmawnta [ˈfmawn.ta] sbd. that news
fmetok [ˈfm·ɛ.t·ok̚] vtr. test
fmi [fm·i] vtrm. try, attempt
fmokx [fmok’] n. jealousy, envy
fmong [fm·oŋ] vtr. steal, rob
fmongyu [ˈfmoŋ.ju] n. thief
fnan [fn·an] vtr. be good at
fnawe’ [fna.ˈwɛʔ] adj. cowardly
fnawe’tu [fna.ˈwɛʔ.tu] n. coward
fnel [fnɛl] n. kind, type
fnelan [ˈfnɛ.lan] n. male
fnele [ˈfnɛ.lɛ] n. female
fnepe [ˈfnɛ.pɛ] inter. which kind
fnetxum [fnɛ.ˈt’ʊm] n. allergen
fngä’ [fŋ·æʔ] vin. relieve oneself; (on Earth) use the restroom, go to the bathroom
fngä’tseng [ˈfŋæʔ.t͡sɛŋ] n. restroom (on Earth)
fngap [fŋap̚] n. metal
fngapsutxwll [ˈfŋap̚.sut’.wḷ] n. metalfollowing plant
fngo’ [fŋ·oʔ] vtr. require, demand
fnu [fn·u] vin. quiet, be quiet
fo [fo] pn. they
fpak [fp·ak̚] vin. hold off, suspend action
fpap [fp·ap̚] vtr. pound
fpe’ [fp·ɛʔ] vtr. send
fpeio [fpɛ.ˈi.o] n. challenge (ceremonial)
fpi+ [fpi] adp. for the sake of, for the benefit of
fpìl [fp·ɪl] vtr. think
fpìlfya [ˈfpɪl.fja] n. thought pattern, way of thinking
fpivìl [fpi.ˈvɪl] intj. hmm, let’s see, let me think
fpom [fpom] n. wellbeing, peace, happiness
fpomron [fpom.ˈɾon] n. health or wellbeing (mental)
fpomronga’ [fpom.ˈɾo.ŋaʔ] adj. healthy, healthful (mentally, nfp)
fpomtokx [fpom.ˈtok’] n. health (physical)
fpomtokxnga’ [fpom.ˈtok̚.ŋaʔ] adj. healthy, healthful (physically, nfp)
fpxafaw [ˈfp’a.faw] n. medusa
fpxäkìm [ˈfp’·æ.k·ɪm] vin. enter
fpxamo [ˈfp’a.mo] adj. terrible, horrible, awful
fra’u [ˈfɾa.ʔu] pn. everything
frafya [ˈfɾa.fja] adv. in every way
frakrr [ˈfɾa.kṛ] adv. always, all the time
fralo [ˈfɾa.lo] adv. every time, every instance, each time
frapo [ˈfɾa.po] pn. everyone
frato [ˈfɾa.to] part. superlative marker than all
fratrr [fɾa.ˈtṛ] adv. daily, every day
fratseng [ˈfɾa.t͡sɛŋ] adv. everywhere
fratxon [fɾa.ˈt’on] adv. every night
fraw [fɾaw] pn. everything
frawzo [fɾaw.ˈzo] intj. all is well, everything is fine or OK
frìp [fɾ·ɪp̚] vtr. bite
frir [fɾiɾ] n. layer
frrfen [ˈf·ṛ.f·ɛn] vtr. visit
frrtu [ˈfṛ.tu] n. guest, visitor
fta [fta] n. knot
fta si [fta s·i] vin. knot, make or tie a knot
ftang [ft·aŋ] vim. stop
ftanglen [ft·aŋ.ˈl·ɛn] vtr. prevent
ftär [ftæɾ] adj. left (not right)
ftärpa [ˈftæɾ.pa] n. left side
ftawnemkrr [ftaw.ˈnɛm.kṛ] n. past
fte [ftɛ] conj. so that, in order to
fteke [ˈftɛ.kɛ] conj. so that not, lest
ftem [ft·ɛm] vtr. pass by (something)
ftia [ft·i.ˈ·a] vtr. study
ftu [ftu] adp. from (direction)
ftue [ˈftu.ɛ] adj. easy, simple
ftumfa [ˈftum.fa] adp. out of, from inside
ftuopa [ˈftu.o.pa] adp. from behind
ftxavang [ˈft’a.vaŋ] adj. passionate
ftxey [ft’·ɛj] vtr. choose
ftxey [ft’ɛj] conj. whether, or
ftxì [ft’ɪ] n. tongue
ftxìlor [ft’ɪ.ˈloɾ] adj. delicious, good tasting
ftxìvä’ [ft’ɪ.ˈvæʔ] adj. bad tasting
ftxozä [ft’o.ˈzæ] n. celebration, happy occasion
ftxozä si [ft’o.ˈzæ s·i] vin. celebrate
ftxulì’u [ft’·u.ˈlɪ.ʔu] vin. orate, give speech
ftxulì’uyu [ft’u.ˈlɪ.ʔu.ju] n. orator, (public) speaker
fu [fu] conj. or
fuke [fu.ˈkɛ] conj. or not
fula [ˈfu.la] sbd. that
fura [ˈfu.ɾa] sbd. that
furia [ˈfu.ɾi.a] sbd. that
futa [ˈfu.ta] sbd. that
fwa [fwa] sbd. that (subordinate clause marker)
fwäkì [ˈfwæ.kɪ] n. mantis
fwäkìwll [ˈfwæ.kɪ.wḷ] n. mantis orchid
fwal [fw·al] vtr. wipe
fwampop [ˈfwam.pop̚] n. tapirus
fwang [fwaŋ] adj. savory, umami, rich
fwefwi [ˈfw·ɛ.fw·i] vin. whistle
fwel [fwɛl] adj. broken
fwem [fwɛm] adj. dull, blunt (as a point)
fwep [fwɛp̚] n. dust (on a surface)
fwew [fw·ɛw] vtr. look for, seek, search
fwi [fw·i] vin. slip, slide
fwìng [fwɪŋ] n. humiliation, embarrassment, loss of face
fwìng si [fwɪŋ s·i] vin. humiliate
fwopx [fwop’] n. dust (in the air)
fwum [fw·um] vin. float (on the surface of a liquid)
fya’o [ˈfja.ʔo] n. path, way, manner
fyalì’u [ˈfja.lɪ.ʔu] n. adverb
fyan [fjan] n. constructed device for keeping something off the ground and clean
fyanyì [ˈfjan.jɪ] n. shelf (for keeping things off the ground)
fyanyo [ˈfjan.jo] n. table, elevated utilitarian surface
fyape [ˈfja.pɛ] inter. how
fyawìntxu [fja.w·ɪn.ˈt’·u] vin. guide (with dative of thing guided)
fyawìntxuyu [fja.wɪn.ˈt’u.ju] n. guide
fyel [fj·ɛl] vtr. seal, make impervious
fyeng [fjɛŋ] adj. steep
fyengkekin [ˈfjɛŋ.kɛ.kin] intj. no need to use honorific language
fyep [fj·ɛp̚] vtr. hold in the hand, grasp, grip
fyeyn [fjɛjn] adj. ripe, mature, adult
fyeyntu [ˈfjɛjn.tu] n. adult person
fyin [fjin] adj. simple (not complex)
fyinep’ang [fjin.ɛp̚.ˈʔaŋ] n. degree of complexity
fyinep’angpe [fjin.ɛp̚.ˈʔaŋ.pɛ] inter. how complex?
fyìp [fjɪp̚] n. tendril, tentacle
fyìpmaut [ˈfjɪp̚.ma.ut̚] n. squid fruit tree
fyole [ˈfjo.lɛ] adj. sublime, beyond perfection
fyolup [ˈfjo.lʊp̚] adj. exquisite, sublime in style
fyuatx [fju.ˈat’] n. anemonoid
fyufye [ˈfj·ʊ.fj·ɛ] vin. splash

H [h] ()

ha [ha] conj. so, in that case
ha’ [h·aʔ] vin. fit, suit, complement, inherently enhance
ha’ngir [haʔ.ˈŋiɾ] n. afternoon
hafyon [ha.ˈfjon] n. wisdom
hafyonga’ [ha.ˈfjo.ŋaʔ] adj. wise (nfp)
hahaw [ˈh·a.h·aw] vin. sleep
ham [ham] adj. previous
hamalo [ha.ˈma.lo] adv. last time
hametsì [ha.ˈmɛ.t͡sɪ] n. leavened bread
han [h·an] vtr. lose (to not gain/keep)
hän [hæn] n. net, web
hangham [ˈh·aŋ.h·am] vin. laugh
hangvur [ˈhaŋ.vuɾ] n. joke, funny story
hapxì [ha.ˈp’ɪ] n. part
hapxìtu [ha.ˈp’ɪ.tu] n. member
hasey [ha.ˈsɛj] adj. done, finished
hasey si [ha.ˈsɛj ˈs·i] vin. accomplish, bring to a conclusion
haway [ˈha.waj] n. lullaby
hawl [h·awl] vtr. prepare
hawmpam [ˈhawm.pam] n. noise. sound that is excessive, unnecessary, inappropriate, unexpected or startling
hawng [hawŋ] n. overabundance
hawngkrr [ˈhawŋ.kṛ] adv. late
hawntsyokx [hawn.ˈt͡sjok’] n. glove
hawntu [ˈhawn.tu] n. one under someone’s protection
hawnu [ˈh·aw.n·u] vtr. protect, shelter
hawnven [hawn.ˈvɛn] n. shoe
hawre’ [haw.ˈɾɛʔ] n. hat
hawtsyìp [ˈhaw.t͡sjɪp̚] n. nap
hay [haj] adj. next
hayalo [ha.ˈja.lo] adv. next time
hayalovay [ha.ˈja.lo.vaj] intj. until next time
he’a [ˈh·ɛ.ʔ·a] vin. cough
hefi [ˈh·ɛ.f·i] vtr. smell (not intentionally)
hefitswo [ˈhɛ.fi.t͡swo] n. (sense of) smell
hek [h·ɛk̚] vin. be curious, odd, strange, unexpected
hena [ˈh·ɛ.n·a] vtr. carry
henga [ˈhɛ.ŋa] n. formally polite behavior
henga si [ˈhɛ.ŋa s·i] vin. act in a formally polite or honorific way
hermeyp [hɛɾ.ˈmɛjp̚] n. snow flurry
hertxayo [ˈhɛɾ.t’a.jo] n. snow field
herwì [ˈhɛɾ.wɪ] n. snow
herwìva [ˈhɛɾ.wɪ.va] n. snowflake
hewne [ˈhɛw.nɛ] adj. soft (of an object)
heyn [h·ɛjn] vin. sit
heyr [hɛjɾ] n. chest
hì’ang [ˈhɪ.ʔaŋ] n. insect
hì’i [ˈhɪ.ʔi] adj. small, little (in size)
hifwo [ˈh·i.fw·o] vin. flee, escape
hìkrr [ˈhɪ.kṛ] n. second, very short time
hìm [hɪm] adj. small (in quantity)
hìmpxì [hɪm.ˈp’ɪ] n. minority, least, small part
hìmtxampe [hɪm.ˈt’am.pɛ] inter. how much
hìmtxan [hɪm.ˈt’an] n. amount
hìmtxew [hɪm.ˈt’ɛw] n. minimum
hìmtxewvay [hɪm.ˈt’ɛw.vaj] adv. minimally
hìno [hɪ.ˈno] adj. fine, detailed, precise, intricate (of things)
hìpey [ˈhɪ.p·ɛj] vin. hesitate, hold back for a short time
hipx [h·ip’] vtr. control
hìrumwll [hɪ.ˈɾum.wḷ] n. puffer plant
hìtxoa [hɪ.ˈt’o.a] intj. excuse me (small apology)
hiup [ˈh·i.·ʊp̚] vin., vtr. spit, spit out
hiupwopx [ˈhi.up̚.wop’] n. cloud spitter
hiyìk [ˈhi.jɪk̚] adj. funny, strange
hoan [ˈho.an] n. comfort
hoet [ˈho.ɛt̚] adj. vast, broad, expansive
hol [hol] adj. few
holpxay [hol.ˈp’aj] n. number
holpxaype [hol.ˈp’aj.pɛ] inter. how many
hona [ˈho.na] adj. endearing, adorable, cute
horenleykekyu [ho.ˌɾɛn.lɛj.ˈkɛk̚.ju] n. law enforcer, police officer
hrrap [ˈhṛ.ap̚] n. danger
hu [hu] adp. with (accompaniment)
hufwa [hu.ˈfwa] conj. although
hufwe [hu.ˈfwɛ] n. wind
hufwetsyìp [hu.ˈfwɛ.t͡sjɪp̚] n. breeze, light wind
hultstxem [h·ʊl.ˈt͡st’·ɛm] vtr. hinder
hum [h·ʊm] vin. leave, depart
hupx [h·up’] vtr. miss, not hit a target
huru [ˈhu.ɾu] n. cooking pot
huta [ˈhu.ta] adj. unexpected (usually for positive outcomes)

I [i]

i’en [ˈiʔ.ɛn] n. stringed instrument
Iknimaya [ˌik̚.ni.ˈma.ja] prop.n. Stairway to Heaven, the rite of passage for young Na’vi
ikran [ˈik̚.ɾan] n. banshee
ikranay [ik.ɾa.ˈnaj] n. forest banshee
ikut [ˈi.kʊt̚] n. large pestle (grinding tool); mealmashing pole
il [·il] vin. bend
ilu [ˈi.lu] n. large plesiosaurlike sea creature
inan [·i.ˈn·an] vtr. read (e.g. the forest), gain knowledge from sensory input
inanfya [i.ˈnan.fja] n. sense (means of perception)
ingyen [ˈiŋ.jɛn] n. feeling of mystery or incomprehension
ingyenga’ [ˈiŋ.jɛ.ŋaʔ] adj. mysterious, puzzling, enigmatic
ingyentsim [ˈiŋ.jɛn.t͡sim] n. mystery, riddle, enigma, conundrum
ingyentsyìp [ˈiŋ.jɛn.t͡sjɪp̚] n. trick, sleight of hand, clever/special methodology
io [ˈi.o] adp. over, above
ioang [i.ˈo.aŋ] n. animal, beast
ioi [i.ˈo.i] n. adornment, or ceremonial apparel (item of)
ioi säpi [i.ˈo.i sæ.ˌp·i] vin. adorn oneself
ioi si [i.ˈo.i s·i] vin. adorn
ionar [ˈi.o.naɾ] n. banshee rider visor
irayo [i.ˈɾa.jo] n., intj. thank you, thanks
irayo si [i.ˈɾa.jo ˈs·i] vin. thank, give thanks
Jakesully [ʒɛjk’.ˈsu:.li] n. moron, toruk maktoyu

Ì [ɪ]

ìì [ɪ:] intj. um, er
ìlä+ [ˈɪ.læ] or [ɪ.ˈlæ] adp. by, via, following, according to
ìley [ɪ.ˈlɛj] intj. war cry
ìlva [ˈɪl.va] n. flake, drop, chip
ìpxa [ɪ.ˈp’a] n. fern
Ìstaw [ɪ.ˈstaw] prop.n. male Na’vi

K [k] (KeK)

ka [ka] adp. across, covering thoroughly
[k·æ] vin. go
kä’ärìp [kæ.ˈʔ·æ.ɾ·ɪp̚] vtr. push
kafi [ˈka.fi] n. sail
kafi si [ˈka.fi s·i] vin. to sail, move by means of a sail
kafiuran [ˈka.fi.u.ɾan] n. sailboat
kahena [ka.ˈh·ɛ.n·a] vtr. transport
kakan [ˈka.kan] adj. rough (in behavior or treatment)
kakmokri [kak̚.ˈmok̚.ɾi] adj. mute
kakpam [kak̚.ˈpam] adj. deaf
kakrel [kak̚.ˈɾɛl] adj. blind
kali’weya [ka.liʔ.ˈwɛ.ja] n. species of poisonous arachnid
kalin [ka.ˈlin] adj. sweet to the taste
kaltxì [kal.ˈt’ɪ] intj. hello
kaltxì si [kal.ˈt’ɪ ˈs·i] vin. say hello, greet
kalweyaveng [kal.ˈwɛj.a.vɛŋ] n. son of a bitch (vulgar)
kam [kam] adp. ago
kämakto [kæ.ˈm·ak̚.t·o] vin. ride out
kame [ˈk·a.m·ɛ] vtr. see, see into, understand, know (spiritual sense)
Kamun [ˈka.mun] prop.n. male Na’vi
kämunge [kæ.ˈm·ʊ.ŋ·ɛ] vtr. take
kan [k·an] vtrm., vtr. aim, to intend; aim, to direct a weapon or other object at a target
kan’ìn [ˈk·an.ʔ·ɪn] vtr. focus on, specialize in, be particularly interested in
kanfpìl [ˈk·an.fp·ɪl] vin. concentrate, focus one’s attention
kangay [ka.ˈŋaj] adj. valid
kangay si [ka.ˈŋaj s·i] vin. validate, confirm
kangkem [ˈkaŋ.kɛm] n. work, colloquial form of tìkangkem
kanom [ˈk·a.n·om] vtr. acquire, get
kantseng [ˈkan.t͡sɛŋ] n. destination
kanu [ˈka.nu] adj. smart, intelligent (ofp)
käpxì [kæ.ˈp’ɪ] n. rear (part or section)
kar [k·aɾ] vtr. teach
kara [k·a.ˈɾ·a] vin., vtr. resist
kärìp [ˈk·æ.ɾ·ɪp̚] vtr. push
karyu [ˈkaɾ.ju] n. teacher
karyunay [kaɾ.ju.ˈnaj] n. apprentice teacher
käsatseng [kæ.ˈsa.t͡sɛŋ] adv. out there
käsrìn [kæ.ˈsɾ·ɪn] vtr. lend
käteng [ˈk·æ.tɛŋ] vin. spend time with, hang out with
katìng [ˈka.t·ɪŋ] vtr. distribute
katir [ˈka.tiɾ] n. rainbow
kato [ˈka.to] n. rhythm
kavan [ˈk·a.v·an] vtr. support (physically)
kavuk [ka.ˈvʊk̚] n. treachery
kavuk si [ka.ˈvʊk̚ ˈs·i] vin. betray
kaw’it [kaw.ˈʔit̚] adv. not at all, not a bit (used with ke; see ke kaw’it not…at all in phrases)
kawkrr [ˈkaw.kṛ] adv. never
kawkxan [kaw.ˈk’an] adj. free, unblocked, unobstructed, clear
kawl [kawl] adv. hard, diligently
kawng [kawŋ] adj. bad, evil
kawngkem [ˈkawŋ.kɛm] n. evil deed, crime
kawnglan [ˈkawŋ.lan] adj. malicious, bad hearted
kawngsar [ˈkawŋ.s·aɾ] vtr. exploit
kawngtu [ˈkawŋ.tu] n. bad person, “bad guy”
kawnomum [kaw.ˈno.mʊm] adj. unknown
kawtseng [ˈkaw.t͡sɛŋ] adv. nowhere
kawtu [ˈkaw.tu] pn. noone
kay [kaj] adp. from now (in the future)
kaym [kajm] n. evening (before twilight), late afternoon
ke [kɛ] adv. not
ke’aw [kɛ.ˈʔaw] adj. divided, torn apart, striferidden
ke’u [ˈkɛ.ʔu] pn. nothing
kea [ˈkɛ.a] adj. no (before a noun)
kefpomronga’ [kɛ.fpom.ˈɾo.ŋaʔ] adj. unhealthy, unhealthful (mentally, nfp)
kefpomtokxnga’ [kɛ.fpom.ˈtok̚.ŋaʔ] adj. unhealthy, unhealthful (physically, nfp)
keftxo [kɛ.ˈft’o] adj., intj. unhappy, upset, “How sad!”
kefyak [kɛ.ˈfjak̚] part. isn’t it?, right?
kehe [ˈkɛ.hɛ] part., intj. no
kekem [ˈkɛ.kɛm] pn., adv. no action or activity
Kekunan [ˈkɛ.ku.nan] prop.n. Na’vi Clan name
kelemweypey [kɛ.lɛm.ˈwɛj.pɛj] adj. impatient
kelfpomron [kɛl.fpom.ˈɾon] adj. unhealthy (mentally, ofp)
kelfpomtokx [kɛl.fpom.ˈtok’] adj. unhealthy (physically, ofp)
kelha’ [kɛl.ˈhaʔ] adj. inappropriate
kelhoan [kɛl.ˈho.an] adj. uncomfortable
kelkin [kɛl.ˈkin] adj. unnecessary
kelku [ˈkɛl.ku] n. home, house
kelku si [ˈkɛl.ku ˈs·i] vin. live, dwell
Kelnì [ˈkɛl.nɪ] prop.n. Köln, Cologne
kelpxìmrun [kɛl.ˈp’ɪm.ɾun] adj. rare
kelsar [kɛl.ˈsaɾ] adj. useless, in vain
keltrrtrr [kɛl.ˈtṛ.tṛ] adj. unusual
keltsun [kɛl.ˈt͡sʊn] adj. impossible
Kelutral [ˈkɛl.ut̚.ɾal] prop.n. Hometree
kem [kɛm] n. thing (action), deed
kem si [ˈkɛm ˈs·i] vin. do
kemlì’u [ˈkɛm.lɪ.ʔu] n. verb
kemlì’uvi [ˈkɛm.lɪ.ʔu.vi] n. infix
kempe [ˈkɛm.pɛ] inter. what (action)
kemuia [kɛ.ˈmu.i.a] n. dishonor
kemuia si [kɛ.ˈmu.i.a s·i] vin. dishonor
kemuianga’ [kɛ.ˈmu.i.a.ŋaʔ] adj. dishonorable
kemum [kɛ.ˈmʊm] ph. I don’t know
kemwiä [kɛm.ˈwi.æ] adj. improper, unfair, wrong, unjustified
ken [kɛn] adp. despite, inspite of
ken’aw [kɛn.ˈʔaw] adv. not only
keng [kɛŋ] adv. even, so much as
kenong [ˈk·ɛ.n·oŋ] vtr. model, represent, exemplify (ii)
kenten [ˈkɛn.tɛn] n. fan lizard
kenzen [kɛn.ˈzɛn] adv. not necessarily
Kerìsmìsì [kɛ.ˈɾɪ.smɪ.sɪ] n. Christmas
kerusey [ˈkɛ.ɾu.sɛj] adj. dead
kesätarenga’ [kɛ.sæ.ˈta.ɾɛ.ŋaʔ] adj. irrelevant
kesran [kɛ.ˈsɾan] adj. soso, mediocre
ketartu [kɛ.ˈtaɾ.tu] n. outcast
keteng [ˈkɛ.tɛŋ] adj. different
ketrìp [ˈkɛt̚.ɾɪp̚] adj. unfortunate, inauspicious
ketsran [kɛ.ˈt͡sɾan] adj., conj. no matter, no matter what, whatever
ketsukanom [kɛ.t͡sʊ.ˈka.nom] adj. unavailable, unobtainable
ketsuklewn [kɛ.t͡sʊk̚.ˈlɛwn] adj. intolerable, unacceptable
ketsuktiam [kɛ.t͡sʊk̚.ˈti.am] adj. uncountable, infinite
ketsuktswa’ [kɛ.t͡sʊk̚.ˈt͡swaʔ] adj. unforgettable
ketuwong [ˈkɛ.tu.woŋ] n. alien
kew [kɛw] num. zero
kewan [ˈkɛ.wan] n. age
kewong [ˈkɛ.woŋ] adj. alien
key [kɛj] n. face
keyawr [kɛ.ˈjawɾ] adj. incorrect, wrong, not right
keye’ung [kɛ.ˈjɛ.ʔʊŋ] n. insanity
keyn [k·ɛjn] vtr. put down
keynven [k·ɛjn.ˈvɛn] vin. step
keyrel [ˈkɛj.ɾɛl] n. facial expression
kezemplltxe [kɛ.zɛm.pḷ.ˈt’ɛ] adv. of course, needless to say
kezin [ˈkɛ.zin] adj. untangled
ki [ki] conj. but rather, but instead
kì’ong [kɪ.ˈʔoŋ] adj. slow
kian [k·i.ˈ·an] vtr. blame
kiantu [ki.ˈan.tu] n. blameworthy person
kifkey [ki.ˈfkɛj] n. world (physical, solid)
kilvan [kil.ˈvan] n. river
kìm [k·ɪm] vtr. spin, to spin (something)
kìmar [kɪ.ˈmaɾ] adj. in season (of foods, vegetable or animal)
kin [k·in] vtr. need
kinä [ˈki.næ] num. seven
kinam [ki.ˈnam] n. leg
kinamtil [ki.ˈnam.til] n. knee
kìng [kɪŋ] n. thread
kinglor [ˈkiŋ.loɾ] n. kinglor
kintrr [ˈkin.tṛ] n. week
kintrram [kin.tṛ.ˈam] n. last week
kintrray [kin.tṛ.ˈaj] n. next week
kip [kip̚] adp. among
kipxì [ki.ˈp’ɪ] n. one-seventh
Kiri [ˈki.ɾi] prop.n. Jake and Neytiri’s adopted daughter
kìte’e [kɪ.tɛ.ˈʔɛ] n. service
kìte’e si [kɪ.tɛ.ˈʔɛ ˈs·i] vin. serve
kive [ˈki.vɛ] adj. seventh (ordinal)
kllfro’ [kḷ.ˈfɾ·oʔ] svin. be responsible
kllkä [kḷ.ˈk·æ] vin. go down, descend
kllkulat [kḷ.ˈk·u.l·at̚] vtr. dig up
kllkxem [kḷ.ˈk’·ɛm] vin. stand
kllpa [ˈkḷ.pa] n. bottom
kllpä [kḷ.ˈp·æ] vin. land, reach the ground
kllpxìltu [kḷ.ˈp’ɪl.tu] n. territory
kllpxiwll [kḷ.ˈp’i.wḷ] n. lionberry
kllrikx [kḷ.ˈɾik’] n. earthquake
kllte [ˈkḷ.tɛ] n. ground
klltseng [ˈkḷ.t͡sɛŋ] n. position
klltxay [kḷ.ˈt’·aj] vin. lie on the ground
klltxeykay [kḷ.t’ɛj.ˈk·aj] vtr. lay (something) on the ground
kllvawm [ˈkḷ.vawm] adj. brown
kllwo [kḷ.ˈw·o] vin. alight, land (process of)
kllyem [kḷ.ˈj·ɛm] vtr. bury
kllza’u [kḷ.ˈz·a.ʔ·u] vin. come down, descend
ko [ko] part. solicit agreement
ko’on [ˈko.ʔon] n. ring, oval, closed shape roughly circular
ko’onspul [ˈko.ʔon.spul] n. sunflower gigantus
koak [ˈko.ak̚] adj. old, aged (for living things)
koaktan [ˈko.ak̚.tan] n. old man
koakte [ˈko.ak̚.tɛ] n. old woman
koaktu [ˈko.ak̚.tu] n. old person
koaktutral [ko.ˈak̚.tut̚.ɾal] n. goblin thistle
kolan [ko.ˈlan] intj. I mean, rather (selfcorrecting)
kom [k·om] vim. dare
komum [ko.ˈmʊm] ph. don’t know
kop [kop̚] adv. too, also, additionally
kop [kop̚] conj. and also
koren [ko.ˈɾɛn] n. rule, guideline
koren ayll [ko.ˈɾɛn a.ˈjḷ] n. law, societal rule
kosman [ko.ˈsman] adj. wonderful, terrific, fantastic
koum [ˈko.ʊm] adj. rounded, curved
krr [kṛ] n. time
krra [ˈkṛ.a] conj. when, at the time that
krrka [ˈkṛ.ka] adp. during
krrlik [ˈkṛ.lik] n. point in time
krrlikpe [ˈkṛ.lik.pɛ] inter. what time?
krrnekx [kṛ.ˈn·ɛk’] vin. take/consume time (ii)
krro krro [ˈkṛ.o ˈkṛo] ph. at times, on occasion
krrpe [ˈkṛ.pɛ] inter. when
ku’up [ˈku.ʔʊp̚] adj. heavy (physical weight)
kulat [ˈk·u.l·at̚] vtr. reveal, bring forth, uncover (literally and metaphorically)
kum [kum] n. result
kuma [ˈkum.a] conj. that (as a result)
kung [kʊŋ] adj. putrid, fetid, rotten
kunsìp [ˈkʊn.sɪp̚] n. gunship
kur [k·ʊɾ] vin. hang
kurakx [k·u.ˈɾ·ak’] vtr. drive out
kurfyan [ˈkʊɾ.fjan] n. hamper or suspended rack
kurfyavi [ˈkʊɾ.fja.vi] n. hook (for hanging or suspending an item)
kurkung [ˈkuɾ.kʊŋ] n. asshole (vulgar)
kuru [ˈku.ɾu] n. neural queue

KX [k’] (KxeKx)

kxa [k’a] n. mouth
kxakx [k’·ak’] vin. break, snap in two
kxam [k’am] n. middle, midpoint
kxamlä [ˈk’am.læ] adp. through (via the middle of)
kxamtrr [ˈk’am.tṛ] n. midday, noon
kxamtrrmaw [ˈk’am.tṛ.maw] n. the time immediately after noon, early afternoon
kxamtseng [ˈk’am.t͡sɛŋ] n. center, place in the middle
kxamtxomaw [ˈk’am.t’o.maw] n. after midnight
kxamtxon [ˈk’am.t’on] n. midnight
kxamyì [ˈk’am.jɪ] n. intermediate level
kxänäng [ˈk’æ.næŋ] adj. smell of decaying animal/flesh, rotting, putrid
kxangangang [ˈk’aŋ.aŋ.aŋ] intj. boom (onomatopoeic)
kxange [ˈk’·a.ŋ·ɛ] vin. yawn
kxanì [ˈk’a.nɪ] adj. forbidden
kxap [k’ap̚] n. threat
kxap si [k’ap s·i] vin. threaten
kxapnga’ [ˈk’ap̚.ŋaʔ] adj. threatening (nfp)
kxawm [k’awm] adv. perhaps, maybe
kxayl [k’ajl] adj. high
kxaylte [ˈk’ajl.tɛ] n. cillaphant
kxaylyì [ˈk’ajl.jɪ] n. high level
kxeltek [ˈk’·ɛl.t·ɛk̚] vtr. pick up, lift
kxem [k’·ɛm] vin. be vertical
kxemyo [ˈk’ɛm.jo] n. wall, vertical surface
kxener [ˈk’ɛ.nɛɾ] n. smoke
kxetse [ˈk’ɛ.t͡sɛ] n. tail
kxetsikran [k’ɛ.ˈt͡sik̚.ɾan] n. banshee’s tail
kxeyey [ˈk’ɛ.jɛj] n. error, mistake
kxì [k’ɪ] intj. hi, hiya, hey
kxìm [k’·ɪm] vtr. command, order, assign a task
kxìmyu [ˈk’ɪm.ju] n. commander, one with authority over another
kxitx [k’it’] n. death
kxll [k’ḷ] n. charge, running attack
kxll si [ˈk’ḷ ˈs·i] vin. charge
kxor [k’oɾ] n. a wall or bank of powerful waterfalls noted for its deafening roar and deadly force (countable, but only rarely)
kxu [k’u] n. harm
kxu si [k’u s·i] vin. harm
kxuke [ˈk’u.kɛ] adj. safe
kxukx [k’·uk’] vtr. swallow
kxum [k’ʊm] adj. viscous, gelatinous, thick
kxumpay [ˈk’ʊm.paj] n. viscous liquid, gel
kxumpaysyar [ˈk’ʊm.paj.sjaɾ] n. glue
kxutslu [ˈk’u.t͡slu] n. risk
kxutu [ˈk’u.tu] n. enemy

L [l] (LeL)

la’a [ˈla.ʔa] n. physical separation, distance between two places or objects
la’ang [ˈla.ʔaŋ] n. pile of stinking, rotting animal matter
la’ape [ˈla.ʔa.pɛ] inter. how near, how far, what distance
la’um [ˈl·a.ʔ·ʊm] vin. pretend (use with tsnì)
lafyon [la.ˈfjon] adj. wise
lahe [ˈla.hɛ] adj. other, else
lak [lak̚] n. shell, hard covering of a plant or animal
lal [lal] adj. old (opposite of mip)
lam [l·am] vin. seem, appear
lamaytxa [la.maj.ˈt’a] n. flood
lan [lan] n. resin
lanay’ka [la.ˈnajʔ.ka] n. slinger
lang [l·aŋ] vtr. investigate, explore
lante [ˈl·an.t·ɛ] vin. wander
lanutral [ˈla.nut̚.ɾal] n. dandetiger
lapo [ˈla.po] pn. other one person or thing
lapx [l·ap’] vtr. regret
laro [ˈla.ɾo] adj. clean
laro si [ˈla.ɾo s·i] vin. clean, make free of dirt
latem [ˈl·a.t·ɛm] vin. change
latsi [l·a.ˈt͡s·i] vin. keep up with someone
lätxayn [l·æ.ˈt’·ajn] vtr. defeat in battle, conquer
law [law] adj. clear, certain
law si [ˈlaw ˈs·i] vin. make clear
lawk [l·awk̚] vtr. discourse on, talk about, say something concerning
lawnol [ˈlaw.nol] n. great joy
lawnoltsim [ˈlaw.nol.t͡sim] n. source of (great) joy
lawr [lawɾ] n. melody
layl [lajl] adj. innocent
layompin [la.ˈjom.pin] n. black
layon [la.ˈjon] adj. black
layro [ˈlaj.ɾo] adj. free (from oppression)
le’al [lɛ.ˈʔal] adj. wasteful
le’aw [lɛ.ˈʔaw] adj. only
le’awtu [lɛ.ˈʔaw.tu] adj. alone, on one’s own, by one’s self; lonely
le’en [lɛ.ˈʔɛn] adj. speculative, intuitive
le’Ìnglìsì [lɛ.ˈʔɪŋ.lɪ.sɪ] adj. English, of the English language
lefkeytongay [lɛ.fkɛj.to.ˈŋaj] adj. real
lefkrr [lɛ.ˈfkṛ] adj. current
lefnelan [lɛ.ˈfnɛ.lan] adj. male
lefnele [lɛ.ˈfnɛ.lɛ] adj. female
lefngap [lɛ.ˈfŋap̚] adj. metallic
lefpom [lɛ.ˈfpom] adj. happy, peaceful, joyous, pleasant
lefpomron [lɛ.fpom.ˈɾon] adj. healthy (mentally, ofp)
lefpomtokx [lɛ.fpom.ˈtok’] adj. healthy (physically, ofp)
lefrir [lɛ.ˈfɾiɾ] adj. layered
leftxozä [lɛ.ft’o.ˈzæ] adj. celebratory
leha’ [lɛ.ˈhaʔ] adj. appropriate, suitable, fitting
lehawmpam [lɛ.ˈhawm.pam] adj. noisy
lehawng [lɛ.ˈhawŋ] adj. excessive
lehawngkrr [lɛ.ˈhawŋ.kṛ] adj. late
leheng [lɛ.ˈhɛŋ] adj. formally polite
lehìpey [lɛ.ˈhɪ.pɛj] adj. hesitant, in a state of hesitation
lehoan [lɛ.ˈho.an] adj. comfortable
lehrrap [lɛ.ˈhṛ.ap̚] adj. dangerous
leioae [lɛ.i.o.ˈa.ɛ] n. respect
leioae si [lɛ.i.o.ˈa.ɛ s·i] vin. to respect
lek [l·ɛk̚] vtr. heed, obey
lekin [lɛ.ˈkin] adj. necessary
lekoren [lɛ.ko.ˈɾɛn] adj. lawlike
lekxan [lɛ.ˈk’an] adj. blocked, obstructed; frustrated
lekxutslu [lɛ.ˈk’u.t͡slu] adj. risky
lekye’ung [lɛk̚.ˈjɛ.ʔʊŋ] adj. insane, crazy
lelewng [lɛ.ˈlɛwŋ] adj. shameful (ofp)
lelì’fya [lɛ.ˈlɪʔ.fja] adj. concerning language, regarding language
lemrey [lɛm.ˈɾɛj] adj. surviving (e.g. of entities from a group some of whom have died)
lemweypey [lɛm.ˈwɛj.pɛj] adj. patient
len [l·ɛn] vin. happen, occur
leNa’vi [lɛ.ˈnaʔ.vi] adj. having to do with the Na’vi, the People
leno [lɛ.ˈno] adj. thorough, detailorientated (of a person)
lenomum [lɛ.ˈno.mʊm] adj. curious
lenrra [lɛ.ˈnṛ.a] adj. proud
lepay [lɛ.ˈpaj] adj. watery
lepwopx [lɛp̚.ˈwop’] adj. cloudy
lepxìmrun [lɛ.ˈp’ɪm.ɾun] adj. common, often found
ler [lɛɾ] adj. steady, smooth (for motion)
lereyfya [lɛ.ˈɾɛj.fja] adj. cultural
lerìk [lɛ.ˈɾɪk̚] adj. leafy
lerìn [lɛ.ˈɾɪn] adj. wooden, of wood
leronsrel [lɛ.ˈɾon.sɾɛl] adj. imaginary
lertu [ˈlɛɾ.tu] n. colleague
lesar [lɛ.ˈsaɾ] adj. useful
lesar si [lɛ.ˈsaɾ s·i] vin. be useful, be of use, come in handy
leskxir [lɛ.ˈsk’iɾ] adj. wounded
lesngä’i [lɛ.ˈsŋæ.ʔi] adj. original, existing at or from the start, first in a series
lesnonrra [lɛ.sno.ˈnṛ.a] adj. full of selfpride
leso’ha [lɛ.ˈsoʔ.ha] adj. enthusiastic, keen
letam [lɛ.ˈtam] adj. sufficient
letokx [lɛ.ˈtok’] adj. bodily, physical
letrr [lɛ.ˈtṛ] adj. daily
letrrtrr [lɛ.ˈtṛ.tṛ] adj. ordinary
letsaktap [lɛ.ˈt͡sak̚.tap̚] adj. violent
letsim [lɛ.ˈt͡sim] adj. original, unique, not derived from another source
letskxe [lɛ.ˈt͡sk’ɛ] adj. stony, of stone
letsranten [lɛ.ˈt͡sɾan.tɛn] adj. important
letsunslu [lɛ.ˈt͡sʊn.slu] adj. possible
letswal [lɛ.ˈt͡swal] adj. powerful (any sense, ofp)
letut [lɛ.ˈtʊt̚] adj. constant, continual (weak form)
letwan [lɛt̚.ˈwan] adj. dodgy, sneaky (of a person)
letxi [lɛ.ˈt’i] adj. hurried, frenzied
letxiluke [lɛ.ˈt’i.lu.kɛ] adj. unhurried
lew [lɛw] n. cover, lid
lew säpi [ˈlɛw sæ.ˌp·i] vin. cover oneself
lew si [ˈlɛw ˈs·i] vin. cover
lewäte [lɛ.wæ.ˈtɛ] adj. disagreeable, argumentative (of an agent)
leweopx [lɛ.wɛ.ˈop’] adj. wavelike
lewn [l·ɛwn] vtr. endure, stand, tolerate
lewng [lɛwŋ] n. shame
lewnga’ [ˈlɛw.ŋaʔ] adj. shameful (nfp)
ley [l·ɛj] vin. be of value, have some positive value, be worth something
leyapay [lɛ.ˈja.paj] adj. foggy, misty
leye’krr [lɛ.ˈjɛʔ.kṛ] adj. early
leyewla [lɛ.ˈjɛw.la] adj. disappointing
leykek [lɛj.ˈk·ɛk̚] vtr. enforce
leykekyu [lɛj.ˈkɛk̚.ju] n. law enforcer, police officer (colloquial, short for horenleykekyu)
leym [l·ɛjm] vin. call, cry out, exclaim (can take quotes using “san”)
leymfe’ [l·ɛjm.ˈfɛʔ] vin. complain
leymkem [l·ɛjm.ˈkɛm] vin. protest
leyn [l·ɛjn] vtr. repeat, do again
leyr [lɛjɾ] adj. frozen
leyr si [ˈlɛjɾ s·i] vin. freeze (something)
leytslam [ˈlɛj.t͡sl·am] vtr. appreciate
lezeswa [lɛ.ˈzɛ.swa] adj. grassy
li [li] adv. already
lì’fya [ˈlɪʔ.fja] n. language
lì’fyafnel [ˈlɪʔ.fja.fnɛl] n. dialect, variety of a language
lì’fyaolo’ [ˈlɪʔ.fja.o.ˈloʔ] n. language group, language users
lì’fyaolo’tu [lɪʔ.fja.o.loʔ.tu] n. member of the speaker community (of a language)
lì’fyavi [ˈlɪʔ.fja.vi] n. expression, bit of language
lì’fyeng [lɪʔ.ˈfjɛŋ] n. honorific language
lì’fyeng si [lɪʔ.ˈfjɛŋ s·i] vin. use honorific language
lì’kong [ˈlɪʔ.koŋ] n. syllable
Lì’ona [lɪ.ˈʔo.na] prop.n. Na’vi Clan name
lì’u [ˈlɪ.ʔu] n. word
lì’ukìng [ˈlɪ.ʔu.kɪŋ] n. sentence
lì’ukìngvi [ˈlɪ.ʔu.kɪŋ.vi] n. phrase
lì’upam [ˈlɪ.ʔu.pam] n. accent, pronunciation
lì’upe [ˈlɪ.ʔu.pɛ] inter. what (word, utterance)
lì’upuk [ˈlɪ.ʔu.pʊk̚] n. dictionary
lì’uvan [ˈlɪ.ʔu.van] n. pun, wordplay
lì’uvi [ˈlɪ.ʔu.vi] n. affix
lie [ˈli.ɛ] n. experience
lie si [ˈli.ɛ s·i] vin. experience
lik [lik] n. point, spot, particular place or position in some area
lìktap [ˈlɪk̚.tap̚] adj. crooked
lìm [l·ɪm] svin. be far
limang [li.ˈmaŋ] n. moot
lìmsimpe [ˈlɪm.sim.pɛ] inter. how near, how far
lìng [l·ɪŋ] vin. float in the air, hover
lìngtskxe [ˈlɪŋ.t͡sk’ɛ] n. unobtanium
lini [ˈli.ni] n. young of an animal, bird, fish, insect
lipx [l·ip’] vin. drip
lisre+ [ˈli.sɾɛ] adp. by, before, up to but not after
liswa [li.ˈswa] n. nourishment
liswa si [li.ˈswa s·i] vin. nourish, provide nourishment
litsi [ˈli.t͡si] adj. thin, lean, lithe
litx [lit’] adj. sharp (as a blade)
lo’a [ˈlo.ʔa] n. totem, amulet
Lo’ak [ˈloʔ.ak̚] prop.n. Jake and Neytiri’s second born son
Lo’akur [lo.ʔa.ˈkʊɾ] prop.n. Toruk Makto Amulet
loho [ˈl·o.h·o] vin. be surprising (experiencer in dative)
loi [ˈlo.i] n. egg
lok [l·ok̚] vtr. approach
lok [lok̚] adp. close to
lom [lom] adj. missing, missed (as an absent person who is longed for)
lomtu [ˈlom.tu] n. missed person
lonu [l·o.ˈn·u] vtr. release, let go
lonusye [l·o.ˈn·u.sjɛ] vin. exhale; blow
lopx [l·op’] vin. panic
lor [loɾ] adj. beautiful, pleasant to the senses
loran [ˈlo.ɾan] n. elegance, grace
loreyu [lo.ˈɾɛ.ju] n. helicoradian, beautiful spiral
lortsyal [ˈloɾ.t͡sjal] n. shimmyfly
LosÄntsyelesì [lo.ˈsæn.t͡sjɛ.lɛ.sɪ] prop.n. Los Angeles
lrrtok [ˈlṛ.tok̚] n. smile
lrrtok si [ˈlṛ.tok̚ ˈs·i] vin. smile
lu [l·u] vin., svin. be, am, is, are
luan [ˈl·u.·an] vtr. owe
luke [ˈlu.kɛ] adp. without
lukftang [luk̚.ˈftaŋ] adj. constant, continual (strong form)
lukpen [luk̚.ˈpɛn] adj. without clothing, naked
lumpe [ˈlum.pɛ] inter. why
lun [lun] n. reason
lupra [ˈlʊp̚.ɾa] n. style

M [m] (MeM)

ma [ma] part. vocative marker used to indicate whom the speaker is addressing. Can be used with a name (e.g. ma Neytiri) or another noun (e.g. ma karyu). Optional with animals.
maitan [ma.ˈi.tan] ph. my son (form of address)
maite [ma.ˈi.tɛ] ph. my daughter (form of address)
makto [ˈm·ak̚.t·o] vtr. ride
mäkxu [m·æ.ˈk’u] vtr. interrupt, throw out of harmonious balance
mal [mal] adj. trustworthy, trustinspiring
mam [m·am] vtr. wrap
man [m·an] vin. belong
manawmtu [ma.ˈnawm.tu] intj. excuse me sir, excuse me madam
manga [ma.ˈŋa] intj. hey, hey you
masat [ˈma.sat̚] n. breastplate (armor)
matsa [ˈma.t͡sa] n. matsa, crackers
matu [ma.ˈtu] intj. excuse me, hey (conversation starter)
mauti [ˈma.u.ti] n. fruit
maw [maw] adp. after (time)
mawey [ma.ˈwɛj] adj. calm
maweypey [ma.ˈwɛj.p·ɛj] svin. be patient (ii)
maweypeyyu [ma.ˈwɛj.pɛj.ju] n. One who is patient
mawfwa [ˈmaw.fwa] conj. after (temporal)
mawkrr [ˈmaw.kṛ] adv. after, afterwards, later
mawkrra [maw.ˈkṛ.a] conj. after (temporal)
mawl [mawl] n. half
mawup [ˈma.wup̚] n. turtapede
mawuptsyìp [ˈma.wup̚.t͡sjɪp̚] n. turtle
may’ [m·ajʔ] vtrm. taste, try, sample, evaluate, check out, testdrive
me’em [mɛ.ˈʔɛm] adj. harmonious
mefo [mɛ.ˈfo] pn. they, those two
mei [ˈmɛ.i] adj. wet
meitayo [mɛ.i.ˈta.jo] n. wetlands
mek [mɛk̚] adj. empty, or metaphorically: having no value
mekre [ˈmɛk̚.ɾɛ] n. supplies
mektseng [ˈmɛk̚.t͡sɛŋ] n. gap, breach
melo [ˈmɛ.lo] adv. twice
menari [mɛ.ˈna.ɾi] n. eyes (two)
meoauniaea [ˌmɛ.o.a.u.ni.a.ˈɛ.a] n. harmony, living at one with nature
merki [ˈmɛɾ.ki] n. ground rack (for smoking meats)
mesrram [mɛ.sṛ.ˈam] n., adv. the day before yesterday, two days ago
mesrray [mɛ.sṛ.ˈaj] n., adv. the day after tomorrow, two days from now
mestampe [mɛ.ˈstam.pɛ] inter. what two men
mestepe [mɛ.ˈstɛ.pɛ] inter. what two women
mesupe [mɛ.ˈsu.pɛ] inter. what two people
Metkayina [mɛt̚.ka.ˈji.na] prop.n. Reef People Clan
meuia [mɛ.ˈu.i.a] n. honor
meuia si [mɛ.ˈu.i.a s·i] vin. honor
meuianga’ [mɛ.ˈu.i.a.ŋaʔ] adj. honorable
meyam [m·ɛ.ˈj·am] vtr. hug, embrace, hold in one’s arms
meyp [mɛjp̚] adj. weak
meyptu [ˈmɛjp̚.tu] n. weakling
mi [mi] adv. yet, still, as before
mì+ [mɪ] adp. in, on
mìfa [ˈmɪ.fa] or [mɪ.ˈfa] n., adv. inside
mìftxele [mɪ.ˈft’ɛ.lɛ] adv. in this regard, related to this matter
mìkam [mɪ.ˈkam] adp. between
miklor [mik̚.ˈloɾ] adj. pleasant sounding, beautiful sounding
miktsang [ˈmik̚.t͡saŋ] n. earring
mikvä’ [mik̚.ˈvæʔ] adj. badsounding
mikyun [ˈmik̚.jun] n. ear
mìn [m·ɪn] vin. turn, rotate on an axis
mìnyu [ˈmɪn.ju] n. turner, twisted lily
mip [mip̚] adj. new
mìso [mɪ.ˈso] adv. away (position)
mll’an [m·ḷ.ˈʔ·an] vtr. accept
mllte [m·ḷ.ˈt·ɛ] vin. agree
mo [mo] n. space, hollow, enclosed open area
mo a fngä’ [ˈmo a ˈfŋæʔ] n. restroom (on Earth)
mo’ara [mo.ˈʔa.ɾa] n. gathering place
Mo’ara [mo.ˈʔa.ɾa] prop.n. a valley on Pandora (Note: Also the name of the Disney Pandora location)
Mo’at [ˈmo.ʔat̚] prop.n. tsahìk of the Omatikaya
Mo’at’ite [ˈmo.ʔat̚.ʔi.tɛ] prop.n. daughter of Mo’at
moe [ˈmo.ɛ] pn. we two, us two (exclusive)
mok [m·ok̚] vtr. suggest
mokri [ˈmok̚.ɾi] n. voice
momek [ˈmo.mɛk̚] adj. hollow, not solid
mong [m·oŋ] vtr. depend on, rely on, trust for protection
mowan [mo.ˈwan] adj. pleasing, enjoyable (physically, sexually)
mowar [mo.ˈwaɾ] n. advice, bit or piece of advice
mowar si [mo.ˈwaɾ s·i] vin. advise
mowarsiyu [mo.ˈwaɾ.si.ju] n. advisor
mrr [mṛ] num. five
mrrpxì [mṛ.ˈp’ɪ] n. one-fifth
mrrtrr [ˈmṛ.tṛ] n. five day work week
mrrve [ˈmṛ.vɛ] adj. fifth (ordinal)
mu’ni [ˈm·uʔ.n·i] vtr. accomplish, achieve
muiä [mu.ˈi.æ] adj. proper, fair, right, justified
mulpxar [mul.ˈp’aɾ] n. roosterhead plant
mun’i [m·ʊn.ˈʔ·i] vtr. cut
mune [ˈmu.nɛ] num. two
munge [ˈm·ʊ.ŋ·ɛ] vtr. take, bring
mungsye [ˈm·ʊŋ.sjɛ] vin. inhale
mungwrr [mʊŋ.ˈwṛ] adp. except
mungwrrtxo [mʊŋ.ˈwṛ.t’o] conj. unless, except if (usually used with subjunctive )
munsna [ˈmun.sna] n. pair
muntrr [ˈmun.tṛ] n. weekend
muntrram [mun.tṛ.ˈam] n. last weekend
muntrray [mun.tṛ.ˈaj] n. next weekend
muntxa [mun.ˈt’a] adj. mated, married
muntxa si [mun.ˈt’a ˈs·i] vin. mate (with someone), marry
muntxatan [mun.ˈt’a.tan] n. husband, male spouse
muntxate [mun.ˈt’a.tɛ] n. wife, female spouse
muntxatu [mun.ˈt’a.tu] n. spouse
muve [ˈmu.vɛ] adj. second (ordinal)
muwìntxu [mu.w·ɪn.ˈt’·u] vtr. introduce, present

N [n] (NeN)

na [na] adp. like, as
na’rìng [ˈnaʔ.ɾɪŋ] n. forest
Na’vi [ˈnaʔ.vi] prop.n. the People, indigenous Pandoran sentient race
naer [na.ˈɛɾ] n. drink, something able to be drunk
nafì’u [na.fɪ.ˈʔu] adj. such
nafpawng [na.ˈfpawŋ] adv. grievingly, with grief
näk [n·æk̚] vtr. drink
nalutsa [na.ˈlu.t͡sa] n. large armored whalelike sea creature
nam’ake [nam.ˈʔa.kɛ] adv. confidently
nän [n·æn] vin. decrease
nang [naŋ] part. surprise, exclamation, encouragement (mirative)
nantang [ˈnan.taŋ] n. viperwolf Caniferratus costatus, striped armored wolf
nantangtsyìp [ˈnan.taŋ.t͡sjɪp̚] n. dog (earth animal); lit. little nantang
Naranawm [naɾ.a.ˈnawm] prop.n. Polyphemus
nari [ˈna.ɾi] n. eye
nari si [ˈna.ɾi s·i] vin. watch out, be careful
naritxim [ˈna.ɾi.t’im] n. eyethorn
narlor [naɾ.ˈloɾ] adj. beautiful visually
narvä’ [naɾ.ˈvæʔ] adj. ugly, unsightly
natkenong [nat̚.ˈkɛ.noŋ] conj. for example, as an example
natxu [n·a.ˈt’·u] vtr. disapprove of
nawang [ˈn·a.w·aŋ] vin. merge, become one with
nawfwe [naw.ˈfwɛ] adj. fluent (for speech)
nawkx [nawk’] n. bone helm rhino
nawm [nawm] adj. great, noble
Nawmtoruktek [nawm.ˈto.ɾʊk̚.tɛk̚] prop.n. Toruk Makto Totem
nawmtu [ˈnawm.tu] n. great person, noble person
nawri [ˈnaw.ɾi] adj. talented
nayn [najn] n. the symbol 9 (not the value nine)
ne [nɛ] adp. to, towards (direction)
ne’ìm [nɛ.ˈʔɪm] adv. back (direction)
nefä [nɛ.ˈfæ] adv. up (direction)
nekll [nɛ.ˈkḷ] adv. down (direction)
nekx [n·ɛk’] vtr. burn, consume
nemfa [ˈnɛm.fa] adp. into, inside
nemrey [nɛm.ˈɾɛj] adv., intj. in a fashion as if one’s life were at stake
neni [ˈnɛ.ni] n. sand
Neteyam [nɛ.ˈtɛj.am] prop.n. Jake and Neytiri’s first born son
neto [nɛ.ˈto] adv. away (direction)
netrìp [ˈnɛt̚.ɾɪp̚] adv. luckily, happily
new [n·ɛw] vtrm. want
Newey [nɛ.ˈwɛj] prop.n. female Na’vi
newomum [n·ɛw.ˈo.mʊm] svin. be curious, want to know
neympin [ˈnɛjm.pin] n. light color
neyn [nɛjn] adj. light colors, shades of white
Neytiri [nɛj.ˈti.ɾi] prop.n. female Na’vi of the Omatikaya Clan
nì’al [nɪ.ˈʔal] adv. wastefully
nì’älek [nɪ.ˈʔæ.lɛk̚] adv. determinedly, with determination
nì’aw [nɪ.ˈʔaw] adv. only, just
nì’awtu [nɪ.ˈʔaw.tu] adv. alone (as one person)
nì’awve [nɪ.ˈʔaw.vɛ] adv. first
nì’en [nɪ.ˈʔɛn] adv. making an informed guess, acting on intuition
nì’eng [nɪ.ˈʔɛŋ] adv. equally, on the same level
nì’eoio [nɪ.ˈʔɛ.o.i.o] adv. ceremoniously
nì’eveng [nɪ.ˈʔɛ.vɛŋ] adv. like a child, immaturely
nì’eyng [nɪ.ˈʔɛjŋ] adv. back, in response, in answer
nì’i’a [nɪ.ˈʔiʔ.a] adv. finally, at long last
nì’Ìnglìsì [nɪ.ˈʔɪŋ.lɪ.sɪ] adv. in English
nì’it [nɪ.ˈʔit̚] adv. a bit, a small amount (abstract)
nì’o’ [nɪ.ˈʔoʔ] adv. in a manner which is enjoyable, enjoyably
nì’ul [nɪ.ˈʔul] adv. more
nì’ul’ul [nɪ.ˈʔul.ʔul] adv. increasingly, more and more
niä [n·i.ˈ·æ] vtr. grab
nìawnomum [nɪ.aw.ˈno.mʊm] or [naw.ˈno.mʊm] adv. as you know, as is known (casual speech naw-NO-mum)
nìayoeng [nɪ.aj.ˈwɛŋ] or [naj.ˈwɛŋ] adv. like us, as we do (casual speech nay-WENG)
nìfe’ [nɪ.ˈfɛʔ] adv. badly
nìfkeytongay [nɪ.fkɛj.to.ˈŋaj] adv. actually, as a matter of fact
nìfkrr [nɪ.ˈfkṛ] adv. lately, currently
nìflä [nɪ.ˈflæ] adv. successfully
nìflrr [nɪ.ˈflṛ] adv. gently, tenderly
nìfmokx [nɪ.ˈfmok’] adv. jealously, enviously
nìfnu [nɪ.ˈfnu] adv. silently
nìfpxamo [nɪ.ˈfp’a.mo] adv. horribly, terribly, awfully
nìfrakrr [nɪ.ˈfɾa.kṛ] adv. as always
nìFranse [nɪ.ˈfɾan.sɛ] adv. French
nìfrir [nɪ.ˈfɾiɾ] adv. in layers
nìftär [nɪ.ˈftæɾ] adv. to the left
nìftue [nɪ.ˈftu.ɛ] adv. easily
nìftxan [nɪ.ˈft’an] adv. so, to such an extent
nìftxavang [nɪ.ˈft’a.vaŋ] adv. passionately, with all heart
nìfwefwi [nɪ.ˈfwɛ.fwi] adv. by whistling, in a whistling manner
nìfya’o [nɪ.ˈfja.ʔo] adv. in a manner
nìfyeyntu [nɪ.ˈfjɛjn.tu] adv. like an adult, maturely
nìhawmpam [nɪ.ˈhawm.pam] adv. noisily
nìhawng [nɪ.ˈhawŋ] adv. too, excessively
nìhay [nɪ.ˈhaj] adv. next
nìhek [nɪ.ˈhɛk̚] adv. strangely, oddly
nìhìpey [nɪ.ˈhɪ.pɛj] adv. hesitantly
nìhoan [nɪ.ˈho.an] adv. comfortably
nìhoet [nɪ.ˈho.ɛt̚] adv. widely, pervasively
nìhol [nɪ.ˈhol] adv. few, not many
nìhona [nɪ.ˈho.na] adv. endearingly, sweetly
nik [nik̚] adj. convenient, usable without much expenditure of effort
nìk’ärìp [nɪk̚.ˈʔæ.ɾɪp̚] adv. steadily (lit. “without letting it move”)
nìk’ong [nɪk.ˈʔoŋ] adv. slowly
nìkakan [nɪ.ˈka.kan] adv. roughly (in behavior or treatment)
nìkakmokri [nɪ.kak̚.ˈmok̚.ɾi] adv. mutely
nìkanu [nɪ.ˈka.nu] adv. intelligently, in a smart way
nìkeftxo [nɪ.kɛ.ˈft’o] adv. unfortunately, sadly
nìkelkin [nɪ.kɛl.ˈkin] adv. unnecessarily
nìkemweypey [nɪ.kɛm.ˈwɛj.pɛj] adv. impatiently
nìklonu [nɪk̚.lo.ˈnu] adv. firmly, steadfastly, faithfully (lit. “without releasing it”)
nìkmar [nɪk̚.ˈmaɾ] adv. in the right season, opportunely
nikre [ˈnik̚.ɾɛ] n. hair
nikroi [nik̚.ˈɾo.i] n. hair adornment
nìksman [nɪk̚.ˈsman] adv. wonderfully
nìksran [nɪk̚.ˈsɾan] adv. in a mediocre manner
niktsyey [ˈnik̚.t͡sjɛj] n. food wrap (food items wrapped in edible leaves or vines)
nìktungzup [nɪk̚.tʊŋ.ˈzup̚] adv. carefully, firmly (lit. “without letting it fall”)
nìkx [nɪk’] n. gravel
nìkxap [nɪ.ˈk’ap̚] adv. threateningly
nìkxem [nɪ.ˈk’ɛm] adv. vertically
nìlam [nɪ.ˈlam] adv. apparently
nìlaw [nɪ.ˈlaw] adv. clearly
nìlayl [nɪ.ˈlajl] adv. innocently
nìler [nɪ.ˈlɛɾ] adv. steadily
nìli [nɪ.ˈli] adv. in advance
nìlkeftang [nɪl.kɛ.ˈftaŋ] adv. continuously, incessantly, without stopping
nìloho [nɪ.ˈlo.ho] adv. surprisingly
nìltsan [nɪl.ˈt͡san] adv. well
nìlun [nɪ.ˈlun] adv. of course, logically, following common sense
nim [nim] adj. timid, shy
nìmal [nɪ.ˈmal] adv. trustingly, without hesitation
nìmeyp [nɪ.ˈmɛjp̚] adv. weakly, loosely
nìmip [nɪ.ˈmip̚] adv. anew
nìmun [nɪ.ˈmun] adv. again
nìmwey [nɪm.ˈwɛj] adv. calmly, peacefully
nìmweypey [nɪm.ˈwɛj.pɛj] adv. patiently
nìn [n·ɪn] vtr. look at
nìNa’vi [nɪ.ˈnaʔ.vi] adv. like the Na’vi, Na’vily
nìnäk [nɪ.ˈnæk̚] adv. by drinking, in a liquid way
ninan [ˈni.nan] adv. by reading
nìnän [nɪ.ˈnæn] adv. less
nìnänän [nɪ.ˈnæn.æn] adv. decreasingly, less and less
Ninat [ni.ˈnat̚] prop.n. female singer of the Omatikaya Clan
nìnew [nɪ.ˈnɛw] adv. voluntarily, willingly, by desire
nìngay [nɪ.ˈŋaj] adv. truly
nìngong [nɪ.ˈŋoŋ] adv. lethargically, lazily
ningyen [ˈniŋ.jɛn] adv. mysteriously, in a puzzling fashion
nìno [nɪ.ˈno] adv. in detail, expansively, thoroughly
nìnrra [nɪ.ˈnṛ.a] adv. proudly, with pride
nìnu [nɪ.ˈnu] adv. failingly, falteringly, in vain, fruitlessly, not achieving the desired or expected end
nìolo’ [nɪ.o.ˈloʔ] adv. (together) as members of a clan
nip [n·ip̚] vin. become stuck, get caught in something
nìprrte’ [nɪ.ˈpṛ.tɛʔ] adv. pleasurably, gladly, with pleasure
nìpxay [nɪ.ˈp’aj] adv. many, manily
nìpxi [nɪ.ˈp’i] adv. especially, pointedly, unambiguously
nìpxim [nɪ.ˈp’im] adv. erectly, rightly
nìpxul [nɪ.ˈp’ul] adv. formidably, imposingly
nìran [nɪ.ˈɾan] adv. basically, fundamentally, in essence
nìrangal [nɪ.ˈɾa.ŋal] adv. wish (contrary to fact, with perfective or imperfective subjunctive)
nìräptum [nɪ.ɾæp̚.ˈtʊm] adv. coarsely, vulgarly
nìrìkxi [nɪ.ɾɪ.ˈk’i] adv. shakily, tremblingly
nìronsrel [nɪ.ˈɾon.sɾɛl] adv. in imagination, by imagination
nìsay [nɪ.ˈsaj] adv. loyally
nìsìlpey [nɪ.sɪl.ˈpɛj] adv. hopefully
nìskien [nɪ.ˈski.ɛn] adv. to the right
nìslele [nɪ.ˈslɛ.lɛ] adv. by swimming
nìsngä’i [nɪ.ˈsŋæ.ʔi] adv. originally, at first
nìsngum [nɪ.ˈsŋum] adv. worryingly, fretfully
nìso’ha [nɪ.ˈsoʔ.ha] adv. enthusiastically
nìsoaia [nɪ.so.ˈa.i.a] adv. (together) as members of a family
nìsok [nɪ.ˈsok̚] adv. recently
nìsteng [nɪ.ˈstɛŋ] adv. similarly
nìsti [nɪ.ˈsti] adv. angrily
nìsung [nɪ.ˈsʊŋ] adv. besides, additionally, furthermore
nìswey [nɪ.ˈswɛj] adv. optimally, best
nìsyayvi [nɪ.ˈsjaj.vi] adv. by chance or coincidence
nìsyen [nɪ.ˈsjɛn] adv. lastly
nìsyep [nɪ.ˈsjɛp̚] adv. tightly, in an iron grip (lit. “like a trap”)
nìt’iluke [nɪt̚.ˈʔi.lu.kɛ] adv. neverendingly, forever
nìtam [nɪ.ˈtam] adv. enough
nìteng [nɪ.ˈtɛŋ] adv. too, also, as well, likewise
nìtengfya [nɪ.ˈtɛŋ.fja] adv. as, same way as (similar action)
nìtkan [nɪt̚.ˈkan] adv. purposefully, deliberately
nìtkanluke [nɪt̚.ˈkan.lu.kɛ] adv. accidentally, unintentionally
nìToitsye [nɪ.ˈto.i.t͡sjɛ] adv. German
nìtokat [nɪ.ˈto.kat̚] adv. guiltily
nitram [nit̚.ˈɾam] adj. happy (of people)
nìtrea [nɪt̚.ˈɾɛ.a] adv. in spirit, “spirit-ly”
nìtrrtrr [nɪ.ˈtṛ.tṛ] adv. on a daily basis, regularly
nìtsim [nɪ.ˈt͡sim] adv. originally, in an original way, with originality
nìtsìsyì [nɪ.ˈt͡sɪ.sjɪ] adv. by whispering, in a whisper
nìtsleng [nɪ.ˈt͡slɛŋ] adv. falsely
nìtson [nɪ.ˈt͡son] adv. dutifully, as an obligation
nìtstew [nɪ.ˈt͡stɛw] adv. bravely, courageously
nìtsyìl [nɪ.ˈt͡sjɪl] adv. by climbing
nìTsyungwen [nɪ.ˈt͡sjʊŋ.wɛn] adv. Zhongwen
nìtut [nɪ.ˈtʊt̚] adv. continually
nìtxan [nɪ.ˈt’an] adv. much (abstract), very
nìtxankeltrrtrr [nɪ.ˈt’an.kɛl.tṛ.tṛ] adv. extraordinarily
nìtxay [nɪ.ˈt’aj] adv. horizontally
nìtxi [nɪ.ˈt’i] adv. hurriedly, in a frenzied way
nìtxiluke [nɪ.ˈt’i.lu.kɛ] adv. unhurriedly, leisurely
nìtxukx [nɪ.ˈt’uk’] adv. deeply
nivi [ˈni.vi] n. sleeping hammock (general term)
nìvingkap [nɪ.ˈviŋ.kap̚] adv. by the way, incidentally
nìwä [nɪ.ˈwæ] adv. on the contrary, conversely
nìwan [nɪ.ˈwan] adv. secretly, in hiding, by hiding
nìwäte [nɪ.wæ.ˈtɛ] adv. disagreeably, begrudgingly
nìwawe [nɪ.wa.ˈwɛ] adv. meaningfully, significantly
nìwin [nɪ.ˈwin] adv. fast, quickly
nìwok [nɪ.ˈwok̚] adv. loudly
nìwotx [nɪ.ˈwot’] adv. all (of), in toto, completely
nìyawr [nɪ.ˈjawɾ] adv. correctly, rightly
nìyewla [nɪ.ˈjɛw.la] adv. in a disappointing fashion, in a way failing to meet expectations
nìyey [nɪ.ˈjɛj] adv. directly, straight to the point, just
nìyeyfya [nɪ.ˈjɛj.fja] adv. straight ahead, in a straight line
nìyll [nɪ.ˈjḷ] adv. communally, in a communal manner
nìyo’ [nɪ.ˈjoʔ] adv. perfectly, flawlessly
nìyol [nɪ.ˈjol] adv. briefly, shortly (of time)
nìyrr [nɪ.ˈjṛ] adv. naturally, without tampering with or changing the nature
Nìyu Yorkì [ˈnɪ.ˌju ˈjoɾ.kɪ] prop.n. New York
nìzawnong [nɪ.ˈzaw.noŋ] adv. safely
nìzen [nɪ.ˈzɛn] adv. necessarily
nìzevakx [nɪ.ˈzɛ.vak’] adv. cruelly
nokx [n·ok’] vtr. give birth to
nong [n·oŋ] vtr. follow, proceed after
nongspe’ [n·oŋ.ˈsp·ɛʔ] vtr. pursue with an intent to capture
nopx [n·op’] vtr. put away, store
nrr [n·ṛ] vin. glow, be luminous
nrra [ˈnṛ.a] n. pride, feeling of pride
nuä+ [ˈnu.æ] adp. beyond
nui [ˈn·u.·i] vin. fail, falter, go astray, not obtain expected or desired result
nulkrr [nul.ˈkṛ] adv. longer (time)
nulnew [nul.ˈn·ɛw] vtrm. prefer (ii)
nume [ˈn·u.m·ɛ] vin. learn
numeyu [ˈnu.mɛ.ju] n. student
numtseng [ˈnum.t͡sɛŋ] n. school
numtsengvi [ˈnum.t͡sɛŋ.vi] n. classroom, division of a school
numultxa [nu.mʊl.ˈt’a] n. class (for instruction)
numultxatu [nu.mʊl.ˈt’a.tu] n. classmate, member of a class
nun [nun] adj. long (of time)
nunyol [ˈnun.jol] n. duration, length (of time)
nunyolpe [ˈnun.jol.pɛ] inter. what length, how long (of time)
nutx [nut’] adj. thick (in size)

NG [ŋ] (NgeNg)

nga [ŋa] pn. you
nga’ [ŋ·aʔ] vtr. contain
ngä’än [ŋ·æ.ˈʔ·æn] vin. suffer mentally or emotionally, be miserable
nga’lini [ŋ·aʔ.ˈli.ni] vin. be pregnant (for animals)
nga’prrnen [ŋ·aʔ.ˈpṛ.nɛn] vin. be pregnant (for people)
ngam [ŋam] n. echo
ngampam [ˈŋam.pam] n. rhyme
ngampam si [ˈŋam.pam s·i] vin. rhyme (Also used metaphorically in the sense of “fit together well”)
ngäng [ŋæŋ] n. stomach
ngatsyìp [ˈŋa.t͡sjɪp̚] pn. little you, you little
ngawng [ŋawŋ] n. worm
ngay [ŋaj] adj. true
ngaytxoa [ŋaj.ˈt’o.a] intj. sorry, my apologies (acknowledgment of guilt and regret)
ngäzìk [ˈŋæ.zɪk̚] adj. difficult, hard
ngenga [ŋɛ.ˈŋa] pn. you (honorific form)
ngep [ŋɛp̚] n. navel
nget [ŋɛt̚] adj. smell of decaying wood and leaves, dank (nonanimal decay)
ngeyn [ŋɛjn] adj. tired
ngian [ŋi.ˈan] adv. however
ngim [ŋim] adj. long (physical length)
ngimpup [ŋim.ˈpʊp̚] n. length
ngimpuppe [ˈŋim.pʊ.pɛ] inter. what length, how long (of physical extension)
ngip [ŋip̚] n. space, open or borderless area
ngoa [ˈŋo.a] n. mud
ngong [ŋoŋ] adj. lethargic, lacking sufficient energy, lazy
ngop [ŋ·op̚] vtr. create
ngopyu [ˈŋop.ju] n. creator
ngrr [ŋṛ] n. root
ngrrfpìl [ˈŋṛ.fpɪl] n. key assumption
ngrrpongu [ˈŋṛ.po.ŋu] n. grassroots movement
ngul [ŋul] adj. grey, drab
ngulpin [ˈŋul.pin] n. grey
ngungung [ˈŋ·ʊ.ŋ·ʊŋ] vtr. rub
nguway [ˈŋu.waj] n. howl, viperwolf cry

O [o]

oare [o.ˈa.ɾɛ] n. moon
oe [ˈo.ɛ] pn. I, me
oeng [o.ˈɛŋ] pn. we two, us two (dual inclusive), you and I
oetsyìp [ˈwɛ.t͡sjɪp̚] pn. little me, little I
oeyk [o.ˈɛjk̚] n. cause
oeyktìng [o.ˈɛjk̚.t·ɪŋ] vtr. explain (ii)
ohakx [o.ˈhak’] adj. hungry
ohe [ˈo.hɛ] pn. I (deferential or ceremonial form)
oìsss [o.ˈɪsss] intj. angry snarl, “watch it!”
oìsss si [o.ˈɪsss s·i] vin. hiss
okup [ˈo.kʊp̚] n. milk
olo’ [o.ˈloʔ] n. clan
olo’eyktan [o.lo.ˈʔɛjk̚.tan] n. clan leader
olo’eyktan [o.lo.ʔɛjk̚.ˈtan] n. male clan leader
olo’eykte [o.lo.ʔɛjk̚.ˈtɛ] n. female clan leader
olo’tu [o.ˈloʔ.tu] n. clan member, member of a community
Omatikaya [o.ma.ti.ˈka.ja] prop.n. Blue Flute Clan
ompu [ˈom.pu] adj. fat, corpulent
omum [·o.ˈm·ʊm] vtr. know
onlor [on.ˈloɾ] adj. goodsmelling
ontsang [ˈon.t͡saŋ] n. nose ring
ontu [ˈon.tu] n. nose
onvä’ [on.ˈvæʔ] adj. bad smelling, smelly, stinky
Otranyu [ot̚.ˈɾan.ju] prop.n. male Na’vi

P [p] (PeP)

pa’li [ˈpaʔ.li] n. direhorse
pa’liwll [ˈpaʔ.li.wḷ] n. direhorse pitcher plant
pa’o [ˈpa.ʔo] n. side
pähem [ˈp·æ.h·ɛm] vin. arrive
pak [pak̚] part. disparagement
palang [ˈp·a.l·aŋ] vtr. contact (in a social sense), communicate with
palon [ˈp·a.l·on] vin. burn
palukan [pa.ˈlu.kan] n. thanator
palukantsyìp [pa.ˈlu.kan.t͡sjɪp̚] n. cat (earth animal); lit. little palulukan
palulukan [ˌpa.lu.ˈlu.kan] n. thanator
palulukantsyìp [ˌpa.lu.ˈlu.kan.t͡sjɪp̚] n. cat (earth animal); lit. little palulukan
pam [pam] n. sound
pam si [pam s·i] vin. make a sound
pamrel [pam.ˈɾɛl] n. writing
pamrel si [pam.ˈɾɛl ˈs·i] vin. write
pamrelfya [pam.ˈɾɛl.fja] n. spelling
pamrelsiyu [pam.ˈɾɛl.si.ju] n. writer
pamrelvi [pam.ˈɾɛl.vi] n. letter (phonetic symbol)
pamrelvul [pam.ˈɾɛl.vul] n. pen, pencil, lit. “writing stick.”
pamrelvul lerìn [pam.ˈɾɛl.vul lɛ.ˈɾɪn] n. pencil, lit. “wooden writing stick.”
pamtseo [ˈpam.t͡sɛ.o] n. music
pamtseo si [ˈpam.t͡sɛ.o ˈs·i] vin. play music (with fa for instrument played)
pamtseongopyu [pam.t͡sɛ.o.ˈŋop̚.ju] n. music creator, composer
pamtseotu [ˈpam.t͡sɛ.o.tu] n. musician
pamtseovi [ˈpam.t͡sɛ.o.vi] n. musical piece
pamtseowll [ˈpam.t͡sɛ.o.wḷ] n. cat ear, music plant
pamuvan [ˈpam.u.van] n. sound play
pan [pan] n. third, one third
pängkxo [p·æŋ.ˈk’·o] vin. chat, converse, have a conversation
pängkxoyu [pæŋ.ˈk’o.ju] n. chatter, converser
pängkxoyu lekoren [pæŋ.ˈk’o.ju lɛ.ko.ˈɾɛn] n. lawyer
pänu [ˈpæ.nu] n. promise
pänutìng [ˈpæ.nu.t·ɪŋ] vtr. promise (a thing to someone) (ii)
Pari [ˈpa.ɾi] prop.n. Paris
parul [pa.ˈɾʊl] n. miracle
parulnga’ [pa.ˈɾʊl.ŋaʔ] adj. miraculous (nfp)
parultsyìp [pa.ˈɾʊl.t͡sjɪp̚] n. term of affection for children
paskalin [pa.ska.ˈlin] n. sweet berry (term of endearment)
päsketpol [ˈpæ.skɛt̚.pol] n. basketball
pasuk [ˈpa.sʊk̚] n. berry
pate [ˈp·a.t·ɛ] vin. get to a place, arrive
pätsì [ˈpæ.t͡sɪ] n. badge
paw [p·aw] vin. grow; germinate and develop (of a plant)
pawk [pawk̚] n. horn, wind instrument
pawm [p·awm] v. ask (can take quotes using “san”)
pay [paj] n. water, liquid
Payakan [ˈpaj.a.kan] prop.n. name of a rogue tulkun
payfya [ˈpaj.fja] n. stream
payìva [ˈpaj.ɪ.va] n. drop of water
paymaut [ˈpaj.ma.ut̚] n. fountain tree
paynäpll [ˈpaj.næ.pḷ] n. pineapple
paynga’ [ˈpaj.ŋaʔ] adj. moist, humid, damp
payoang [paj.ˈo.aŋ] n. fish
paysena [ˈpaj.sɛ.na] n. water container
paysmung [ˈpaj.smʊŋ] n. water carrier
paystan [paj.ˈstan] inter. what men
payste [paj.ˈstɛ] inter. what women
paysu [paj.ˈsu] inter. what people
paysyul [ˈpaj.sjul] n. water lily
paytxew [paj.ˈt’ɛw] n. shoreline, water’s edge
paywll [ˈpaj.wḷ] n. water plant, dapophet
pe’ngay [p·ɛʔ.ˈŋaj] vin. judge, conclude
pe’ngayyu [pɛʔ.ˈŋaj.ju] n. judge
pe’un [ˈp·ɛ.ʔ·ʊn] vtr. decide
pefnel [pɛ.ˈfnɛl] inter. which kind
pefya [pɛ.ˈfja] inter. how
pefyinep’ang [pɛ.fjin.ɛp̚.ˈʔaŋ] inter. how complex?
pehem [pɛ.ˈhɛm] inter. what (action)
pehrr [pɛ.ˈhṛ] inter. when
pehrrlik [pɛ.ˈkṛ.lik] inter. what time?
pek [pɛk̚] n. fin (of an aquatic animal)
pekxinum [pɛ.ˈk’in.ʊm] inter. how tight, loose?
pela’a [pɛ.ˈla.ʔa] inter. how near, how far, what distance
pela’ang [pɛ.ˈla.ʔaŋ] inter., intj. wth, what the hell (lit. what pile of stinking, rotting animal matter)
pelì’u [pɛ.ˈlɪ.ʔu] inter. what (word, utterance)
pelìmsim [pɛ.ˈlɪm.sim] inter. how near, how far
pelun [pɛ.ˈlun] inter. why
pemstan [pɛm.ˈstan] inter. what two men
pemste [pɛm.ˈstɛ] inter. what two women
pemsu [pɛm.ˈsu] inter. what two people
peng [p·ɛŋ] vtr. tell
penghrr [p·ɛŋ.ˈhṛ] vin. warn
penghrrap [pɛŋ.ˈhṛ.ap̚] n. binary sunshine, fringed lamp
pengimpup [pɛ.ˈŋim.pʊp̚] inter. what length, how long (of physical extension)
pensìl [ˈpɛn.sɪl] n. pencil
penunyol [pɛ.ˈnun.jol] inter. what length, how long (of time)
pepstan [pɛp̚.ˈstan] inter. what three men
pepste [pɛp̚.ˈstɛ] inter. what three women
pepsu [pɛp̚.ˈsu] inter. what three people
peseng [pɛ.ˈsɛŋ] inter. where
peslosnep [pɛ.slo.ˈsnɛp̚] inter. what width, how wide?
pesomwew [pɛ.som.ˈwɛw] inter. what temperature?
pesrrpxì [pɛ.sṛ.ˈp’ɪ] inter. what time?
pestan [pɛ.ˈstan] inter. what man
peste [pɛ.ˈstɛ] inter. what woman
pesu [pɛ.ˈsu] inter. who
peu [pɛ.ˈu] inter. what (thing)
pewn [pɛwn] n. neck
pey [p·ɛj] vin. wait, wait for
Peyral [pɛj.ˈɾal] prop.n. female Na’vi of the Omatikaya Clan
piak [pi.ˈak̚] adj. open, clear (for cloudless skies)
piak säpi [pi.ˈak̚ sæ.ˌp·i] vin. open oneself, open by itself, open on its own
piak si [pi.ˈak̚ s·i] vin. open
pil [pil] n. facial stripe
pìlok [pɪ.ˈlok̚] n. blog
pìmtxan [pɪm.ˈt’an] inter. how much
pinvul [ˈpin.vul] n. crayon
pìsaw [pɪ.ˈsaw] adj. clumsy, accidentprone
pìtìk [ˈp·ɪ.t·ɪk̚] vtr. scratch non-harmfully, as an itch
pìwopx [pɪ.ˈwop’] n. cloud
pìwopxtsyìp [pɪ.ˈwop’.t͡sjɪp̚] n. nebula
pizayu [ˈpi.za.ju] n. ancestor
pllhrr [p·ḷ.ˈhṛ] vin. warn
pllngay [p·ḷ.ˈŋaj] vin. admit (can take quotes using “san”)
plltxe [p·ḷ.ˈt’·ɛ] v. speak, say (can take quotes using “san”)
plltxe räptum [p·ḷ.ˈt’·ɛ ɾæp̚.ˈtʊm] ph. to speak vulgarly, use vulgar language, swear
plltxepam [pḷ.ˈt’ɛ.pam] n. speech sound; phoneme
po [po] pn. he, she
poan [po.ˈan] pn. he (no plural form: use (ay)fo)
poe [po.ˈɛ] pn. she (no plural form: use (ay)fo)
pohan [po.ˈhan] pn. he (honorific)
pohe [po.ˈhɛ] pn. she (honorific)
poho [ˈpo.ho] pn. they (3rd person singular honorific)
polpxay [pol.ˈp’aj] inter. how many
pom [p·om] vtr. kiss
pon [p·on] vtr. balance
pongu [ˈpo.ŋu] n. a group or party of people
Pongu Pongu [ˈpo.ŋu ˈpo.ŋu] prop.n. party party (irregular use; Name of bar at Disney’s Pandora – The World of Avatar)
postì [ˈpo.stɪ] n. (forum/blog) post
Poston [ˈpo.ston] prop.n. Boston
prrku [ˈpṛ.ku] n. womb
prrkxentrrkrr [ˈpṛ.k’ɛn.tṛ.kṛ] n. day time smoking pleasure, vibrating tongue (Na’vi idiom)
prrnen [ˈpṛ.nɛn] n. infant, baby
prrnesyul [ˈpṛ.nɛ.sjul] n. bud
prrsmung [ˈpṛ.smʊŋ] n. baby carrier
prrte’ [ˈpṛ.tɛʔ] adj. pleasurable (of an activity)
prrwll [ˈpṛ.wḷ] n. moss
puk [pʊk̚] n. book
pukap [ˈpu.kap̚] num. six
puktsyìp [ˈpʊk̚.t͡sjɪp̚] n. pamphlet, booklet
pum [pʊm] pn. one (refers to any instance of the previously mentioned noun)
pung [p·uŋ] vtr. hurt, injure
pup [pʊp̚] adj. short (physical length)
pupxì [pu.ˈp’ɪ] n. one-sixth
puve [ˈpu.vɛ] adj. sixth (ordinal)
puwup [ˈp·u.w·ʊp̚] vin. bounce

PX [p’] (PxePx)

pxan [p’an] adj. worthy
pxasìk [ˈp’a.sɪk̚] intj. screw that!, no way! (vulgar)
pxasul [ˈp’a.sʊl] adj. fresh, appealing as food
pxaw [p’aw] adp. around
pxawngip [ˈp’aw.ŋip̚] n. environment
pxawpa [ˈp’aw.pa] n. perimeter, circumference, border
pxawpxun [ˈp’aw.p’un] n. armband
pxawtok [ˈp’aw.t·ok̚] vtr. surround
pxawtxap [p’aw.ˈt’·ap̚] vtr. squeeze
pxay [p’aj] adj. many (can be used on singular and plural nouns)
pxayopin [ˈp’aj.o.pin] adj. colorful, multicolored, variegated
pxayzekwä [p’aj.ˈzɛk̚.wæ] n. spiny whips
pxazang [ˈp’a.zaŋ] n. akula
pxek [p’·ɛk̚] vtr. kick, shove
pxel [p’ɛl] adp. like, as
pxelo [ˈp’ɛ.lo] adv. thrice, three times
pxen [p’ɛn] n. functional clothing (item of)
pxesrram [p’ɛ.sṛ.ˈam] n., adv. three days ago
pxesrray [p’ɛ.sṛ.ˈaj] n., adv. three days from now
pxestampe [p’ɛ.ˈstam.pɛ] inter. what three men
pxestepe [p’ɛ.ˈstɛ.pɛ] inter. what three women
pxesupe [p’ɛ.ˈsu.pɛ] inter. what three people
pxevotrrpxì [p’ɛ.vo.tṛ.ˈp’ɪ] n. hour (in the 24-hour human cycle)
pxey [p’ɛj] num. three
pxeyve [ˈp’ɛj.vɛ] adj. third (ordinal)
pxi [p’i] adj. sharp (as a point)
pxìm [p’ɪm] adv. often
pxim [p’im] adj. erect, upright
pximaw [p’i.ˈmaw] adp. right after
pxìmun’i [p’ɪ.m·ʊn.ˈʔ·i] vtr. divide, cut into parts
pxir [p’iɾ] n. beer
pxiset [p’i.ˈsɛt̚] adv. right now
pxisre+ [p’i.ˈsɾɛ] adp. right before
pxiswawam [p’i.swaw.ˈam] adv. just a moment ago
pxiswaway [p’i.swaw.ˈaj] adv. in just a second from now
pxiut [ˈp’i.ut̚] n. razor palm, sharp tree
pxiwll [ˈp’i.wḷ] n. hermit bud plant
pxiye’rìn [p’i.ˈjɛʔ.ɾɪn] adv. immediately (not as soon as pxiswaway)
pxoe [ˈp’o.ɛ] pn. we three, us three (exclusive)
pxoeng [p’o.ˈɛŋ] pn. we three, us three (inclusive)
pxor [p’·oɾ] vin. explode
pxorna’ [ˈp’oɾ.naʔ] n. episoth, exploding seed
pxorna’lor [ˈp’oɾ.naʔ.ˈloɾ] n. sari, beautiful exploding seed plant
pxorpam [ˈp’oɾ.pam] n. ejective consonant
pxul [p’ul] adj. formidable, imposing
pxun [p’un] n. arm
pxuntil [ˈp’un.til] n. elbow

R [ɾ] (ReR)

rä’ä [ɾæ.ˈʔæ] part. do not (for negative imperatives, commands only)
ra’un [ˈɾ·a.ʔ·ʊn] vtr. surrender, relinquish, give up
ral [ɾal] n. meaning (logical, literal)
ralke [ˈɾal.kɛ] adj. meaningless, devoid of content
ralnga’ [ˈɾal.ŋaʔ] adj. meaningful, instructive, something from which a lesson can be learned
ralpeng [ɾal.ˈp·ɛŋ] vtr. interpret (ii)
Ralu [ˈɾa.lu] prop.n. male Na’vi
ram [ɾam] n. mountain
ramtsyìp [ˈɾam.t͡sjɪp̚] n. hill
ramunong [ɾa.ˈmu.noŋ] n. well
ran [ɾan] n. intrinsic character or nature, essence, constititution; basic nature of something resulting from the totality of its properties; often best translated as personality
rangal [ˈɾ·a.ŋ·al] vin. wish
räptulì’fya [ɾæp̚.tʊ.ˈlɪʔ.fja] n. course, vulgar language
räptulì’u [ɾæp̚.tʊ.ˈlɪ.ʔu] n. coarse or swear word
räptum [ɾæp̚.ˈtʊm] adj. coarse, vulgar, socially unacceptable
raspu’ [ɾa.ˈspuʔ] n. leggings (used in war)
raw [ɾaw] adp. down to
rawke [ˈɾaw.kɛ] intj. alarm cry, call to defense
rawm [ɾawm] n. lightning (general term)
rawmpxom [ˈɾawm.p’om] n. thunder and lightning
rawn [ɾ·awn] vtr. replace, substitute
rawng [ɾawŋ] n. entrance, doorway
rawp [ɾawp̚] n. bladder polyp
re’o [ˈɾɛ.ʔo] n. head
rel [ɾɛl] n. image, picture
rel arusikx [ˈɾɛl a.ɾu.ˈsik’] n. movie, film, video
reltseo [ˈɾɛl.t͡sɛ.o] n. visual art
reltseotu [ˈɾɛl.t͡sɛ.o.tu] n. artist (visual)
relvul [ˈɾɛl.vul] n. pen, pencil, lit. “writing stick.” (short form of pamrelvul)
rem [ɾɛm] n. fuel
reng [ɾɛŋ] adj. shallow (physically)
rengop [ˈɾɛ.ŋ·op̚] vtr. design (finer detail)
renten [ˈɾɛn.tɛn] n. goggles, (made from insect wings, carved from wood, etc)
renu [ˈɾɛ.nu] n. pattern
renu ngampamä [ˈɾɛ.nu ˈŋam.pa.mæ] n. rhyme scheme
renulke [ˈɾɛ.nul.kɛ] adj. irregular, random
rewon [ˈɾɛ.won] n. morning
rey [ɾ·ɛj] vin. live
rey’eng [ɾɛj.ˈʔɛŋ] n. the Balance of Life
reyfya [ˈɾɛj.fja] n. way of living, culture
reykol [ɾɛj.ˈk·ol] vtr. play music, make to sing (poetic)
reym [ɾɛjm] n. dry land
reypay [ˈɾɛj.paj] n. blood
reypaytun [ˈɾɛj.paj.tun] adj. red (“blood tun”)
reyptswìk [ˈɾɛjp̚.t͡swɪk̚] n. wolf tick
rì’ìr [ˈɾɪ.ʔɪɾ] n. reflection
rì’ìr si [ˈɾɪʔ.ɪɾ s·i] vin. reflect, imitate
rìk [ɾɪk̚] n. leaf
rìkean [ˈɾɪ.kɛ.an] adj. leaf green
rikx [ɾ·ik’] vin. move, shift position
rìkxi [ɾ·ɪ.ˈk’·i] vin. tremble, shake, shiver
rim [ɾim] adj. yellow
rimpin [ˈɾim.pin] n. yellow
rìn [ɾɪn] n. wood
rina’ [ɾi.ˈnaʔ] n. seed
Rini [ˈɾi.ni] prop.n. female Na’vi
ripx [ɾ·ip’] vtr. pierce
riti [ˈɾi.ti] n. stingbat
ro’a [ˈɾ·o.ʔ·a] vin. be impressive, inspire awe or respect
ro+ [ɾo] adp. at (locative)
rofa [ˈɾo.fa] adp. beside, alongside
rol [ɾ·ol] vin. sing
rolun [ɾo.ˈlun] intj. Eureka! I’ve found it! (for answers and objects)
Ronal [ˈɾo.nal] prop.n. Female Na’vi of the Metkayina Clan
rong [ɾoŋ] n. tunnel
Rongloa [ˈɾoŋ.lo.a] prop.n. Na’vi Clan name
ronguway [ɾ·o.ˈŋu.waj] vin. howl
ronguwayyu [ɾo.ˈŋu.waj.ju] n. howler
ronsem [ˈɾon.sɛm] n. mind
ronsrel [ˈɾon.sɾɛl] n. something imagined
ronsrelngop [ˈɾon.sɾɛl.ŋ·op̚] or [ˈɾon.sɾɛw.ŋ·op̚] vtr. imagine, envision (casual pronunciation RON-srew-ngop)
ropx [ɾop’] n. hole (going clear through an object)
Rotxo [ɾo.ˈt’o] prop.n. male Na’vi of the Metkayina Clan
rou [ˈɾ·o.·u] vin. be, or get drunk
rum [ɾum] n. ball
rumaut [ˈɾu.ma.ut̚] n. cannonball fruit tree
rumut [ˈɾum.ut̚] n. puffball tree, Obesus rotundus
run [ɾ·un] vtr. find, discover
rurur [ɾʊ.ˈɾʊɾ] n. water that is aeriated while flowing among the rocks of a very gradually sloping stream (countable)
rusey [ɾu.ˈsɛj] adj., n. alive, living, living thing
rutxe [ɾu.ˈt’ɛ] intj. please

S [s] ()

sa [s·a] vin. rise to a challenge
sä’anla [sæ.ˈʔan.la] n. yearning
sä’eoio [sæ.ˈʔɛ.o.i.o] n. ceremony, ritual, rite
sä’eoio si [sæ.ˈʔɛ.o.i.o s·i] vin. take part in a ceremony, perform a ritual
sa’ewrang [sa.ˈʔɛw.ɾaŋ] n. mother loom, giant loom
sä’ipu [sæ.ˈʔi.pu] n. something humorous
sa’nok [ˈsaʔ.nok̚] n. mother
sa’nu [ˈsaʔ.nu] n. mum, mommy (affectionate form of)
sa’nutsyìp [ˈsaʔ.nu.t͡sjɪp̚] n. little mommy (used for young girls)
sä’o [ˈsæ.ʔo] n. tool, utensil
sa’sem [ˈsaʔ.sɛm] n. parent or set of parents
saa [ˈsa:] intj. threatening cry
säfe’ul [sæ.ˈfɛ.ʔul] n. worsening (specific instance)
säflä [sæ.ˈflæ] n. success (an instance of succeeding)
säflel [sæ.ˈflɛl] n. trick, hoax, dishonest act or scheme
säfleltsyìp [sæ.ˈflɛl.t͡sjɪp̚] n. practical joke
säfmi [sæ.ˈfmi] n. attempt (instance of attempting)
säfmong [sæ.ˈfmoŋ] n. theft (particular instance)
säfngo’ [sæ.ˈfŋoʔ] n. requirement, demand (from anyone who isn’t a superior)
säfpìl [sæ.ˈfpɪl] n. idea
säfpìlyewn [sæ.ˈfpɪl.j·ɛwn] vin. communicate
säfrìp [sæ.ˈfɾɪp̚] n. a bite
säfrrfen [sæ.ˈfṛ.fɛn] n. visit
säftxulì’u [sæ.ft’u.ˈlɪ.ʔu] n. speech, oration
säfyep [sæ.ˈfjɛp̚] n. handle
sähe’a [sæ.ˈhɛ.ʔa] n. a cough, instance of coughing
sähena [sæ.ˈhɛ.na] n. container, vessel, carrier
saho [sa.ˈho] n. a prayer
säkahena [sæ.ka.ˈhɛ.na] n. means of transport, transportation device, vehicle
säkanom [sæ.ˈka.nom] n. something acquired, an acquisition, a possession
säkxange [sæ.ˈk’a.ŋɛ] n. yawn
sälang [sæ.ˈlaŋ] n. an exploration or investigation
sälatem [sæ.ˈla.tɛm] n. change (instance of), edit, modification
sälätxayn [sæ.læ.ˈt’ajn] n. defeat, an instance of defeat
salew [s·a.ˈl·ɛw] vin. proceed, go
salewfya [sa.ˈlɛw.fja] n. direction, course
säleymfe’ [sæ.lɛjm.ˈfɛʔ] n. complaint
säleymkem [sæ.lɛjm.ˈkɛm] n. protest, instance of protesting
sälipx [sæ.ˈlip’] n. drop (of a liquid)
sämok [sæ.ˈmok̚] n. a suggestion
sämunge [sæ.ˈmʊ.ŋɛ] n. transportation tool or device
sämyam [sæm.ˈjam] n. hug, embrace
san [san] adv. saying, quote
sang [saŋ] adj. warm
sängä’än [sæ.ŋæ.ˈʔæn] n. bout of suffering; episode of depression
sängop [sæ.ˈŋop̚] n. creation
sänrr [sæ.ˈnṛ] n. glow, an instance of glowing; light source, lamp
sänui [sæ.ˈnu.i] n. failure (particular instance of failure)
sänume [sæ.ˈnu.mɛ] n. teaching, instruction
sänume si [sæ.ˈnu.mɛ s·i] vin. teach, instruct, give instruction
sänumvi [sæ.ˈnum.vi] n. lesson
säomum [sæ.ˈo.mʊm] n. (piece of) information
säpenghrr [sæ.pɛŋ.ˈhṛ] n. warning
säpllhrr [sæ.pḷ.ˈhṛ] n. warning
säplltxe [sæ.pḷ.ˈt’ɛ] n. statement
säplltxevi [sæ.pḷ.ˈt’ɛ.vi] n. comment
säpom [sæ.ˈpom] n. kiss
sar [s·aɾ] vtr. use
särangal [sæ.ˈɾa.ŋal] n. wish
särawn [sæ.ˈɾawn] n. replacement, substitute, something that replaces something else
särengop [sæ.ˈɾɛ.ŋop̚] n. design (a particular instance of designing)
säro’a [sæ.ˈɾo.ʔa] n. feat, accomplishment, great deed
säro’a si [sæ.ˈɾo.ʔa s·i] vin. do great deeds
säseyto [sæ.sɛj.ˈto] n. butchering tool
säsìlpey [sæ.sɪl.ˈpɛj] n. hope (particular instance)
säspaw [sæ.ˈspaw] n. belief (particular instance)
säspxin [sæ.ˈsp’in] n. disease, sickness, illness
säspxintsyìp [sæ.ˈsp’in.t͡sjɪp̚] n. minor ailment
säsrätx [sæ.ˈsɾæt’] n. annoyance
säsrese’a [sæ.sɾɛ.sɛ.ˈʔa] n. a prediction
säsrìn [sæ.ˈsɾɪn] n. lent or borrowed thing
säsrung [sæ.ˈsɾʊŋ] n. helper (inanimate), something that helps
sästarsìm [sæ.ˈstaɾ.sɪm] n. collection (put together intentionally by a person)
säsulìn [sæ.ˈsu.lɪn] n. hobby, pleasureyielding activity
säsyep [sæ.ˈsjɛp̚] n. trap
sat [sat̚] pn. those (as direct object)
sätare [sæ.ˈta.ɾɛ] n. connection, relationship
sätarenga’ [sæ.ˈta.ɾɛ.ŋaʔ] adj. relevant, pertinent
sätarep [sæ.ˈta.ɾɛp̚] n. rescue, an incidence of rescuing
sätaron [sæ.ˈta.ɾon] n. hunt
sätsan’ul [sæ.ˈt͡san.ʔul] n. improvement (specific instance)
sätsawn [sæ.ˈt͡sawn] n. harvest (particular instance)
sätseri [sæ.ˈt͡sɛ.ɾi] n. observation, something noticed
sätsìsyì [sæ.ˈt͡sɪ.sjɪ] n. whisper
sätswayon [sæ.ˈt͡swaj.on] n. flight (an instance of flying)
sätsyìl [sæ.ˈt͡sjɪl] n. climbing event, a climb
satu’li [sa.ˈtuʔ.li] n. heritage
Satu’li [sa.ˈtuʔ.li] prop.n. Canteen in the Valley of Mo’ara
sau [sa.ˈu] intj. exclamation upon exertion, urgh
sävll [sæ.ˈvḷ] n. sign, indication, signal
säwäsul [sæ.ˈwæ.sul] n. a competition
säwäsultsyìp [sæ.ˈwæ.sul.t͡sjɪp̚] n. a contest
säwäte [sæ.wæ.ˈtɛ] n. point of contention, source of argument, thing disputed
säwem [sæ.ˈwɛm] n. fight
säwìngay [sæ.wɪ.ˈŋaj] n. proof (particular instance)
säwìntxu [sæ.wɪn.ˈt’u] n. a showing, an exhibition
say [saj] adj. loyal
säyäkx [sæ.ˈjæk’] n. snub
säyìm [sæ.ˈjɪm] n. tie, something used for binding
saylahe [saj.ˈla.hɛ] adv. et cetera
sayrìp [ˈsaj.ɾɪp̚] adj. handsome, good looking
säzärìp [sæ.ˈzæ.ɾɪp̚] n. face lead, rein
se’ayl [sɛ.ˈʔajl] n. an individual tall, thin waterfall that pours down a sheer high cliff, or off of a floating mountain (countable)
sekrr [ˈsɛ.kṛ] n. present
semkä [sɛm.ˈkæ] n. bridge
sempu [ˈsɛm.pu] n. daddy (affectionate form of)
sempul [ˈsɛm.pul] n. father
set [sɛt̚] adv. now
sevin [sɛ.ˈvin] adj. pretty
sey [sɛj] n. cup or bowl minimally modified from naturally occuring resources
seykxel [sɛj.ˈk’ɛl] adj. strong (emotionally, spiritually, not physical), confident
seyn [sɛjn] n. chair, stool, bench; any tool or device to facilitate sitting
seyri [ˈsɛj.ɾi] n. lip
seysonìltsan [sɛj.so.nɪl.ˈt͡san] intj. well done! (derived from hasey soli nìltsan accomplished well)
seyto [s·ɛj.ˈt·o] vtr. butcher (in the sense of separating or processing the carcass of a dead animal)
Seze [ˈsɛ.zɛ] prop.n. Neytiri’s banshee
seze [ˈsɛ.zɛ] n. blue flower
si [s·i] vin. auxiliary verb, postpositional nonbound verb do, make
[sɪ] conj. and (for making lists of words with same part of speech, can be attached as –sì; for clauses, use ulte)
sìk [sɪk̚] adv. unquote
sìlpey [sɪl.ˈp·ɛj] vin. hope (with tsnì for thing hoped, unless in independent clause) (ii)
sìlronsem [sɪl.ˈɾon.sɛm] adj. clever, smart (thing)
sìltsan [sɪl.ˈt͡san] adj. good (of its kind), well done
Silwanin [sil.ˈwa.nin] prop.n. Neytiri’s sister
sim [s·im] svin. be near
sìn [sɪn] adp. on, onto
sivako [si.ˈva.ko] intj. Rise to the challenge! Courage! You can do it!
ska’a [sk·a.ˈʔ·a] vtr. destroy
skepek [ˈskɛ.pɛk̚] adj. formal
skeykx [skɛjk’] adj. bored
skiempa [ˈski.ɛm.pa] n. right side
skien [ˈski.ɛn] adj. right (not left)
sko+ [sko] adp. something as, in the capacity of, or in the role of, something else
skuka [ˈsku.ka] n. sagittaria
skxakep [ˈsk’a.kɛp̚] adj., adv. probable, probably
skxawng [sk’awŋ] n. moron, idiot
skxaypxe [ˈsk’aj.p’ɛ] n. Skype
skxir [sk’iɾ] n. wound
skxir si [ˈsk’iɾ ˈs·i] vin. wound
skxirtsyìp [ˈsk’iɾ.t͡sjɪp̚] n. cut, bruise, minor wound
skxom [sk’om] n. chance, opportunity
slä [slæ] conj. but
sla’tsu [ˈsl·aʔ.t͡s·u] vtr. describe
släkop [ˈslæ.kop̚] adv. but also
slan [sl·an] vtr. support (emotional, social or personal support)
slantire [slan.ti.ˈɾɛ] n. inspiration
slantire si [slan.ti.ˈɾɛ s·i] vin. inspire
slär [slæɾ] n. cave
slayk [sl·ajk̚] vtr. brush, comb
slele [ˈsl·ɛ.l·ɛ] vin. swim
sleyku [slɛj.ˈk·u] vtr. produce
sloa [ˈslo.a] adj. wide
sloan [sl·o.ˈ·an] vtr. pour
slosnep [slo.ˈsnɛp̚] n. width
slosneppe [slo.ˈsnɛ.pɛ] inter. what width, how wide?
slotsyal [ˈslo.t͡sjal] n. stormglider
slu [sl·u] vin. become (noun predicate with ne in ambiguous constructions)
slukx [sluk’] n. horn of an animal
smaoe [sma.ˈo.ɛ] n. phalanxia, heavily thorned plant
smar [smaɾ] n. prey, hunted thing
smaw [sm·aw] vtr. approve of
smon [sm·on] vin. be familiar, be known (with dative)
sna’o [ˈsna.ʔo] n. set, group, pile, clump, stand
snafpìlfya [sna.ˈfpɪl.fja] n. philosophy
snäm [sn·æm] vin. rot, decay, degrade over time
snanumultxa [sna.nu.mʊl.ˈt’a] n. course (as a collection of classes)
snapamrelvi [sna.pam.ˈɾɛl.vi] n. alphabet
snatanhì [sna.tan.ˈhɪ] n. constellation
snatanhìtsyìp [sna.tan.ˈhɪ.t͡sjɪp̚] n. star cluster
snatxärem [sna.ˈt’æ.ɾɛm] n. skeleton
snayì [sna.ˈjɪ] n. staircase, series of steplike levels
snaytu [ˈsnaj.tu] n. loser
snaytx [sn·ajt’] vtr. lose (to not win)
snep [snɛp̚] adj. narrow
snew [sn·ɛw] vtr. constrict, tighten
snewsye [ˈsnɛw.sjɛ] adj. weird, spooky
sneyä [ˈsnɛ.jæ] pn. his own, her own, its own
sngä’i [ˈsŋ·æ.ʔ·i] vim. begin, start
sngä’ikrr [ˈsŋæ.ʔi.kṛ] n. beginning, starting time
sngä’itseng [ˈsŋæ.ʔi.t͡sɛŋ] n. beginning, starting position, initial location
sngä’iyu [ˈsŋæ.ʔi.ju] n. beginner
sngap [sŋ·ap̚] vtr. sting
sngel [sŋɛl] n. garbage, trash, rubbish
sngeltseng [ˈsŋɛl.t͡sɛŋ] n. rubbish place, garbage dump
sngukx [sŋuk’] n. grub plant
sngum [sŋum] n. worry
sngum si [sŋum s·i] vin. worry
sngumtsim [ˈsŋum.t͡sim] n. worrisome matter, source of worry
sngunga’ [ˈsŋu.ŋaʔ] adj. worrisome, troubling
sno [sno] pn. his self, her self, its self (reflexive, genitive form sneyä)
snokfyan [ˈsnok̚.fjan] n. personal belongings rack
snolup [ˈsno.lʊp̚] n. personal style or aesthetic, presence
snomo [ˈsno.mo] n. private space that one can retreat to
snonivi [ˈsno.ni.vi] n. singleperson hammock
snonrra [sno.ˈnṛ.a] n. selfpride (negative connotation)
snotipx [sno.ˈtip’] n. selfcontrol
Snrrtsyìp [ˈsnṛ.t͡sjɪp̚] n. Alpha Centauri C aka Proxima Centauri (Colloquial)
snumìna [ˈsnʊ.mɪ.na] adj. dim
so’ha [ˈs·oʔ.h·a] vtr. be enthusiastic about, show enthusiasm for, be excited about
so’yu [ˈsoʔ.ju] n. colloquial form of txanso’hayu (fan, enthusiast)
soaia [so.ˈa.i.a] n. family (irregular genitive form soaiä)
sok [sok̚] adj. recent
som [som] adj. hot
somtìlor [ˈsom.tɪ.loɾ] n. popsicle, hot beauty
somwew [som.ˈwɛw] n. temperature
somwewpe [som.ˈwɛw.pɛ] inter. what temperature? (more common)
sop [s·op̚] vin. travel
sopyu [ˈsop̚.ju] n. traveller
Sorewn [so.ˈɾɛwn] prop.n. female Na’vi
sosul [so.ˈsʊl] adj. pleasant smell of nearby running water, rain, moist vegetation
spä [sp·æ] vin. jump
spakat [ˈsp·a.k·at̚] vin. drown
späpeng [spæ.ˈp·ɛŋ] vin. restore oneself (metaphorically)
spaw [sp·aw] vtr. believe
spe’e [sp·ɛ.ˈʔ·ɛ] vtr. capture
spe’etu [spɛ.ˈʔɛ.tu] n. captive
speng [sp·ɛŋ] vtr. restore
spono [ˈspo.no] n. island
spule [ˈsp·u.l·ɛ] vtr. propel
spulmokri [spul.ˈmok̚.ɾi] n. phone, telephone
spulyaney [spul.ja.ˈnɛj] n. canoe paddle
spuwin [ˈspu.win] adj. old, former
spxam [sp’am] n. mushroom, fungus
spxin [sp’in] adj. sick
srä [sɾæ] n. cloth; a piece of cloth woven on a loom
srak [sɾak̚] part. inter. marker for yes or no questions (at the end of a clause)
srakat [ˈsɾa.kat̚] n. dinicthoid
srake [ˈsɾa.kɛ] part. inter. marker for yes or no questions (at the beginning of a clause)
sran [sɾan] part., intj. yes (colloquial)
srane [ˈsɾa.nɛ] part., intj. yes
srankehe [sɾan.ˈkɛ.hɛ] part., intj. more or less, somewhat, yes and no, kind of
srätx [sɾ·æt’] vtr. annoy, bother
sraw [sɾaw] adj. painful
sre’ [sɾɛʔ] n. tooth
sre+ [sɾɛ] adp. before (time)
srefey [sɾɛ.ˈf·ɛj] vtr., vin. expect
srefpìl [sɾɛ.ˈfp·ɪl] vtr. assume
srefwa [ˈsɾɛ.fwa] conj. before (time)
srekamtrr [sɾɛ.ˈkam.tṛ] n. the time before noon
srekamtxon [sɾɛ.ˈkam.t’on] n. before midnight
srekrr [sɾɛ.ˈkṛ] adv. before, already, ahead of time
srer [sɾ·ɛɾ] vin. appear, materialize, come into view
srese’a [sɾɛ.s·ɛ.ˈʔ·a] vtr. prophetize, prophesize, prophesy, predict
sresrr’ong [sɾɛ.sṛ.ˈʔoŋ] n. before dawn
sreton’ong [sɾɛ.ton.ˈʔoŋ] n. dusk, evening before sunset
srew [sɾ·ɛw] vin. dance
srey [sɾɛj] n. version
srìn [sɾ·ɪn] vtr. transfer from one to another (rarely used without prefix)
srok [sɾok̚] n. bead (decorative)
sru’ [sɾ·uʔ] vtr. crush, trample
srung [sɾʊŋ] n. help, assistance
srung si [ˈsɾʊŋ ˈs·i] vin. help
srunga’ [ˈsɾʊ.ŋaʔ] adj. helpful (nfp)
srungsiyu [ˈsɾʊŋ.si.ju] n. assistant, helper
srungtsyìp [ˈsɾʊŋ.t͡sjɪp̚] n. helpful hint, tip
stä’nì [ˈst·æʔ.n·ɪ] vtr. catch
stä’nìpam [ˈstæʔ.nɪ.pam] n. recording
stä’nìpam si [ˈstæʔ.nɪ.pam s·i] vin. to record
starlì’u [ˈstaɾ.lɪ.ʔu] n. adposition
starsìm [ˈst·aɾ.s·ɪm] vtr. gather, collect
stawm [st·awm] vtr. hear
stawmtswo [ˈstawm.t͡swo] n. (sense of) hearing
steftxaw [st·ɛ.ˈft’·aw] vtr. examine, check
steng [stɛŋ] adj. similar
steyki [stɛj.ˈk·i] vtr. anger, make someone angry
sti [st·i] vin. anger (intransitive), be angry
stiwi [ˈsti.wi] n. mischief
stiwi si [ˈsti.wi s·i] vin. be naughty, do mischief
stiwinga’ [ˈsti.wi.ŋaʔ] adj. mischievous
stiwisiyu [ˈsti.wi.si.ju] n. mischiefmaker
sto [st·o] vtrm. refuse (to do something)
stum [stʊm] adv. almost
stxeli [ˈst’ɛ.li] n. gift
stxenu [ˈst’ɛ.nu] n. offer
stxenutìng [ˈst’ɛ.nu.t·ɪŋ] vtr. offer
stxong [st’oŋ] adj. strange, unfamiliar, unknown
sulìn [ˈs·u.l·ɪn] svin. be busy (positive sense), be engrossed in something one finds especially pleasant and energizing
sum [sum] n. shell (from the ocean)
sumsey [ˈsum.sɛj] n. drinking vessel made of shell
sung [s·ʊŋ] vtr. add
sunkesun [ˈsun.kɛ.sun] adv. like it or not
sunu [ˈs·u.n·u] vin. be pleasing or likeable, bring enjoyment
sur [suɾ] n. taste, flavor
susyang [su.ˈsjaŋ] adj. fragile, delicate
sutx [s·ut’] vtr. track, follow
swapxì [swa.ˈp’ɪ] n. family member
swaran [ˈswa.ɾan] adj. humble, modest, self-effacing
swaw [swaw] n. moment
swawtsyìp [ˈswaw.t͡sjɪp̚] n. little moment, second
swaynivi [ˈswaj.ni.vi] n. family hammock
swek [swɛk̚] n. bar, rod, pole
Sweriye [ˈswɛ.ɾi.jɛ] prop.n. Sweden
swey [swɛj] adj. best
sweylu [ˈswɛj.l·u] v. should
sweyn [sw·ɛjn] vtr. keep, preserve, leave alone, not disturb
swirä [swi.ˈɾæ] n. creature
swizaw [swi.ˈzaw] n. arrow
swizawsena [swi.ˈzaw.sɛ.na] n. quiver (attached to ikran’s saddle)
swoa [ˈswo.a] n. intoxicating beverage, or “spirits”
swoasey [ˈswo.a.sɛj] n. kava bowl (constructed from seed pods, used for drinking intoxicating beverages), handsized
swoasey ayll [ˈswo.a.sɛj a.ˈjḷ] n. large social kava bowl
swok [swok̚] adj. sacred
swotu [ˈswo.tu] n. sacred place
Swotu Wayä [ˈswo.tu ˈwaj.æ] prop.n. sacred place of song
Swotulu [ˈswo.tu.lu] prop.n. sacred river
syä’ä [ˈsjæ.ʔæ] adj. bitter
syaksyuk [sjak̚.ˈsjʊk̚] n. prolemuris
syam [sj·am] vtr. to smell (intentionally)
syanan [ˈsja.nan] n. a single drop or series of smaller waterfalls occurring sequentially along a stream or series of pools (countable)
syar [sj·aɾ] vin. stick, stick to, adhere
syaw [sj·aw] vin. call
syawm [ʃ·awm] vtr. know (RN dialect)
syawn [sjawn] n. blessing
syay [sjaj] n. fate
syayvi [ˈsjaj.vi] n. luck, chance
sye’otxang [ˈsjɛ.ʔo.t’aŋ] n. wind instrument
syeha [ˈsjɛ.ha] n. breath
syeha si [ˈsjɛ.ha s·i] vin. breathe
syen [sjɛn] adj. last, final (in a sequence)
syep [sj·ɛp̚] vtr. trap
syep’an [ˈsjɛp̚.ʔan] n. lift vine, trap vine
syeprel [sjɛp̚.ˈɾɛl] n. camera
syeptute [ˈsjɛp̚.tu.tɛ] n. hyneman, person trapper
syewe [ˈsjɛ.wɛ] n. fat (substance in meat)
syewenga’ [ˈsjɛ.wɛ.ŋaʔ] adj. fatty
syìmawnun’i [sjɪ.maw.nʊn.ˈʔi] n. cut tie, dissolved connection
syo [sjo] adj. light (physical weight), lightweight
syokup [sjo.ˈkʊp̚] n. weight (physical)
syon [sjon] n. feature, trait, attribute, characteristic, point, aspect, facet, property
syonlì’u [ˈsjon.lɪ.ʔu] n. adjective
syor [sj·oɾ] vin. relax, chill out
syulang [ˈsju.laŋ] n. flower
syura [sju.ˈɾa] n. energy (physical or spiritual)
syuratan [sju.ˈɾa.tan] n. bioluminescence
syusmung [ˈsju.smʊŋ] n. food tray
syuve [ˈsju.vɛ] n. food (collective noun, cannot be pluralised)
syuvekel [ˈsju.vɛ.kɛl] n. famine

T [t] (TeT)

ta [ta] adp. from (locative), from (temporal sense with other time words)
ta’em [ta.ˈʔɛm] adv. from above
ta’leng [ˈtaʔ.lɛŋ] n. skin
ta’lengean [ˈtaʔ.lɛ.ŋɛ.an] adj. skin blue
Ta’unui [ta.ʔu.nu.i] prop.n. (clan name)
tafkip [ta.ˈfkip̚] adp. from up among
tafral [ta.ˈfɾal] adv. therefore, because of that
täftxu [t·æ.ˈft’·u] vtr. weave
täftxuyu [tæ.ˈft’u.ju] n. weaver
takip [ta.ˈkip̚] adp. from among
takrra [ta.ˈkṛ.a] conj. since (temporal)
taksyokx [t·ak̚.ˈsjok’] vin. clap hands
Takuk [ta.kuk̚] prop.n. (name)
takuk [ˈt·a.k·ʊk̚] vtr. strike, beat, slap
talioang [ˈtal.i.ˌo.aŋ] n. sturmbeest
talun [ta.ˈlun] conj. because
talun [ta.ˈlun] adp. because of, due to
taluna [ta.ˈlu.na] conj. because
tam [t·am] vin., intj. that will suffice, that will do, OK
tam tam [ˈtam ˈtam] intj. calm, be content, there there
tamìfa [ta.ˈmɪ.fa] adj. internal
tangek [ˈta.ŋɛk̚] n. trunk (of a tree)
tanhì [tan.ˈhɪ] n. star, bioluminescent freckle
tanleng [ˈtan.lɛŋ] n. bark (of a tree)
tare [ˈt·a.ɾ·ɛ] vtr. connect, relate to, have a relationship with
tarep [ˈt·a.ɾ·ɛp̚] vtr. save, rescue (from a dangerous or distressing situation)
tareptu [ˈta.ɾɛp̚.tu] n. rescuee, someone who has been rescued or saved
tarnioang [ˈtaɾ.ni.o.aŋ] n. predator animal
taron [ˈt·a.ɾ·on] vtr. hunt
taronyu [ˈta.ɾon.ju] n. hunter
taronyutsyìp [ˈta.ɾon.ju.t͡sjɪp̚] n. little hunter
tarpongu [ˈtaɾ.po.ŋu] n. hunting party
tarsyu [ˈtaɾ.sju] n. tarsyu
tatep [ˈt·a.t·ɛp̚] vtr. lose track, lose awareness of something
tatlam [tat̚.ˈlam] adv. apparently
tätxaw [t·æ.ˈt’·aw] vin. return
tautral [ˈta.ut̚.ɾal] n. sky tree
taw [taw] n. sky
taweyk [ta.ˈwɛjk̚] conj. because
taweyka [ta.ˈwɛj.ka] conj. because
Tawkami [taw.ˈka.mi] prop.n. Na’vi Clan name
tawng [t·awŋ] vin. duck, dive
tawrrpa [ta.ˈwṛ.pa] adj. external
tawsìp [ˈtaw.sɪp̚] n. skyship
Tawsnrrtsyìp [taw.ˈsnṛ.t͡sjɪp̚] n. Alpha Centauri C aka Proxima Centauri
tawsyuratan [taw.sju.ˈɾa.tan] n. aurora
tawtsngal [ˈtaw.t͡sŋal] n. panopyra, sky cup
tawtute [ˈtaw.tu.tɛ] prop.n. skyperson, human
tawtxew [ˈtaw.t’ɛw] n. horizon, skyline
tayng [tajŋ] n. thistle-like plant (generic term)
te [tɛ] part. used in full names
tekre [ˈtɛk̚.ɾɛ] n. skull
tel [t·ɛl] vtr. receive
telem [tɛ.ˈlɛm] n. cord
telisi [tɛ.li.ˈsi] n. whirlwind
tem [t·ɛm] vin. shoot
temrey [tɛm.ˈɾɛj] n. survival
teng [tɛŋ] adj. same, equal
tengfya [ˈtɛŋ.fja] conj. as, same way as (situational similarity)
tengkrr [tɛŋ.ˈkṛ] conj. while, same time as
teri [tɛ.ˈɾi] adp. about, concerning
terkup [ˈt·ɛɾ.k·ʊp̚] vin. die
teswotìng [tɛ.ˈswo.t·ɪŋ] vtr. grant (ii)
tete [ˈtɛ.tɛ] adj. dull (as a blade)
tewng [tɛwŋ] n. loincloth
tewti [ˈtɛw.ti] intj. wow, expression of surprise and pleasure
teya [tɛ.ˈja] adj. full
teya si [tɛ.ˈja ˈs·i] vin. fill (with dative of thing filled)
teylu [ˈtɛj.lu] n. beetle larva
teylupil [ˈtɛj.lu.pil] n. teylu-face (vulgar)
teynga [ˈtɛjŋ.a] sbd. that answer
teyngla [ˈtɛjŋ.la] sbd. that answer (agentive)
teyngta [ˈtɛjŋ.ta] sbd. that answer (patientive)
teyr [tɛjɾ] adj. white
teyrpin [ˈtɛjɾ.pin] n. white
ti’a [ˈti.ʔa] adv. surprisingly (for unexpectedly positive outcomes)
tì’al [tɪ.ˈʔal] n. wastefulness
tì’älek [tɪ.ˈʔæ.lɛk̚] n. determination
tì’awm [tɪ.ˈʔawm] n. camping
tì’awm si [tɪ.ˈʔawm ˈs·i] vin. camp
tì’awpo [tɪ.ˈʔaw.po] n. individuality (negative connotation), selfishness
tì’efu [tɪ.ˈʔɛ.fu] n. feeling
tì’em [tɪ.ˈʔɛm] n. the art of cooking
tì’eylan [tɪ.ˈʔɛj.lan] n. friendship
tì’eyng [tɪ.ˈʔɛjŋ] n. answer, response
tì’i’a [tɪ.ˈʔiʔ.a] n. ending, conclusion
tì’i’avay [tɪ.ˈʔiʔ.a.vaj] adv. until the end
tì’iluke [tɪʔ.ˈi.lu.kɛ] adj. endless, neverending (in a temporal sense)
tì’ipu [tɪ.ˈʔi.pu] n. humor
tì’o’ [tɪ.ˈʔoʔ] n. fun, excitement
tì’ong [tɪ.ˈʔoŋ] n. blooming, unfolding
tì’ongokx [tɪ.ˈʔo.ŋok’̚] n. birth
tì’ul [tɪ.ˈʔul] n. increase
tìaho [tɪ.a.ˈho] n. prayer (in general, abstract idea)
tiam [ˈt·i.·am] vtr. count
tìeyktan [tɪ.ˈɛjk̚.tan] n. leadership
tìfe’ul [tɪ.ˈfɛ.ʔul] n. worsening (in the general or abstract sense)
tìfkeytok [tɪ.ˈfkɛj.tok̚] n. state, condition, situation
tìfkeytongay [tɪ.fkɛj.to.ˈŋaj] n. reality
tìflä [tɪ.ˈflæ] n. success (in general)
tìflänga’ [tɪ.ˈflæ.ŋaʔ] adj. successful (nfp)
tìflel [tɪ.ˈflɛl] n. trickery (abstract concept)
tìflrr [tɪ.ˈflṛ] n. gentleness, tenderness
tìfmetok [tɪ.ˈfmɛ.tok̚] n. test
tìfmi [tɪ.ˈfmi] n. attempt (the concept/act of attempting)
tìfmong [tɪ.ˈfmoŋ] n. theft
tìfnawe’ [tɪ.fna.ˈwɛʔ] n. cowardice
tìfnu [tɪ.ˈfnu] n. quiet, silence
tìfnunga’ [tɪ.ˈfnu.ŋaʔ] adj. quiet (nfp)
tìfpxamo [tɪ.ˈfp’a.mo] n. horror
tìftang [tɪ.ˈftaŋ] n. stopping, the glottal stop
tìftang si [tɪ.ˈftaŋ s·i] vin. stop (someone or something)
tìftanglen [tɪ.ftaŋ.ˈlɛn] n. prevention
tìftia [tɪ.fti.ˈa] n. study
tìftia kifkeyä [tɪ.fti.ˈa ki.ˈfkɛ.jæ] n. science, the study of the physical world
tìftiatu [tɪ.fti.ˈa.tu] n. researcher
tìftiatu kifkeyä [tɪ.fti.ˈa.tu ki.ˈfkɛ.jæ] n. scientist
tìftxavang [tɪ.ˈft’a.vaŋ] n. passion
tìftxey [tɪ.ˈft’ɛj] n. choice
tìftxulì’u [tɪ.ft’u.ˈlɪ.ʔu] n. speechmaking, public speaking
tìfyawìntxu [tɪ.fja.wɪn.ˈt’u] n. guidance
tìfyeyn [tɪ.ˈfjɛjn] n. ripeness, maturity, full fruition
tìhan [tɪ.ˈhan] n. loss (not a gain)
tìhangham [tɪ.ˈhaŋ.ham] n. laughter
tìhawl [tɪ.ˈhawl] n. preparations, plan
tìhawnu [tɪ.ˈhaw.nu] n. protection
tìhawnu si [tɪ.ˈhaw.nu ˈs·i] vin. protect
tìhawnuwll [tɪ.ˈhaw.nu.wḷ] n. spartan, protection plant
tìhìpey [tɪ.ˈhɪ.pɛj] n. hesitation
tìhipx [tɪ.ˈhip’] n. control
tìhona [tɪ.ˈho.na] n. cuteness, adorableness
tìk [tɪk̚] adv. immediately, without delay
tìk’ìn [tɪk̚.ˈʔɪn] n. free time, the absence of business
tìkahena [tɪ.ka.ˈhɛ.na] n. transportation (abstract concept)
tìkakmokri [tɪ.kak̚.ˈmok̚.ɾi] n. muteness
tìkakpam [tɪ.kak̚.ˈpam] n. deafness
tìkakrel [tɪ.kak̚.ˈɾɛl] n. blindness
tìkan [tɪ.ˈkan] n. aim, goal, purpose, target
tìkangkem [tɪ.ˈkaŋ.kɛm] n. work
tìkangkem si [tɪ.ˈkaŋ.kɛm ˈs·i] vin. work
tìkangkemvi [tɪ.ˈkaŋ.kɛm.vi] n. project, piece of work
tìkankxan [tɪ.kan.ˈk’an] n. barrier to one’s goals, source of frustration
tìkankxanga’ [tɪ.kan.ˈk’a.ŋaʔ] adj. frustrating
tìkanu [tɪ.ˈka.nu] n. intelligence
tìkara [tɪ.ka.ˈɾa] n. resistance
tìkatìng [tɪ.ˈka.tɪŋ] n. distribution
tìkawng [tɪ.ˈkawŋ] n. evil
tìkeftxo [tɪ.kɛ.ˈft’o] n. sadness
tìkeftxonga’ [tɪ.kɛ.ˈft’o.ŋaʔ] adj. sad (nfp)
tìkelu [tɪ.ˈkɛ.lu] n. lack
tìkemwiä [tɪ.kɛm.ˈwi.æ] n. unfairness, injustice
tìkenong [tɪ.ˈkɛ.noŋ] n. example
tìketeng [tɪ.ˈkɛ.tɛŋ] n. difference
tìkezin [tɪ.ˈkɛ.zin] n. something in an untangled state, untanglement solution
tìkezin si [tɪ.ˈkɛ.zin s·i] vin. untangle, solve
tìkin [tɪ.ˈkin] n. need
tìktseri [tɪk̚.ˈt͡sɛ.ɾi] n. unawareness, lack of notice
tìkusar [tɪ.ku.ˈsaɾ] n. teaching (the act)
tìkxey [tɪ.ˈk’ɛj] n. incorrectness, mistakeness
tìkxey si [tɪ.ˈk’ɛj ˈs·i] vin. mess up, foul, do wrong
tìkxìm [tɪ.ˈk’ɪm] n. commanding, ordering, assigning tasks
tìkxìm si [tɪ.ˈk’ɪm s·i] vin. be above someone in a hierarchy, be someone’s superior
tìkxuke [tɪ.ˈk’u.kɛ] n. safety
til [til] n. joint, hinge
tìla’um [tɪ.ˈla.ʔʊm] n. pretence
tìlam [tɪ.ˈlam] n. appearance
tìlang [tɪ.ˈlaŋ] n. exploration (general sense)
tìlapx [tɪ.ˈlap’] n. regret
tìlatem [tɪ.ˈla.tɛm] n. change (abstract concept)
tìlayl [tɪ.ˈlajl] n. innocence
tìlayro [tɪ.ˈlaj.ɾo] n. freedom
tìlen [tɪ.ˈlɛn] n. event, happening
tìleym [tɪ.ˈlɛjm] n. call
tìleymfe’ [tɪ.lɛjm.ˈfɛʔ] n. complaining
tìleymkem [tɪ.lɛjm.ˈkɛm] n. protesting, protest (abstract concept)
tilì’u [ˈti.lɪ.ʔu] n. conjunction
tìloho [tɪ.ˈlo.ho] n. surprise
tìlor [tɪ.ˈloɾ] n. beauty
tìm [tɪm] adj. low
tìmal [tɪ.ˈmal] n. trustworthiness
tìme’em [tɪ.ˈmɛ.ʔɛm] n. harmony (general sense)
tìmeyp [tɪ.ˈmɛjp̚] n. weakness
tìmll’an [tɪ.mḷ.ˈʔan] n. acceptance
tìmok [tɪ.ˈmok̚] n. abstract idea of a suggestion
tìmu’ni [tɪ.ˈmuʔ.ni] n. achievement, accomplishment
tìmungwrr [tɪ.mʊŋ.ˈwṛ] n. exception
tìmungwrr si [tɪ.mʊŋ.ˈwṛ s·i] vin. make an exception
tìmuntxa [tɪ.mun.ˈt’a] n. mating, marriage
tìmweypey [tɪm.ˈwɛj.pɛj] n. patience
tìmwiä [tɪm.ˈwi.æ] n. fairness, justice
tìmyì [ˈtɪm.jɪ] n. low level
tìn [tɪn] n. activity that keeps one busy
tinan [ˈti.nan] n. reading
tìnatxu [tɪ.na.ˈt’u] n. disapproval
tìnawri [tɪ.ˈnaw.ɾi] n. talent
tìnew [tɪ.ˈnɛw] n. desire
tìng [t·ɪŋ] vtr. give
tìng ftxì [t·ɪŋ ft’ɪ] vin. taste
tìng lawr [t·ɪŋ lawɾ] vin. sing wordlessly, give out a tune or melody
tìng mikyun [ˈt·ɪŋ ˈmik̚.jun] vin. listen
tìng nari [ˈt·ɪŋ ˈna.ɾi] vin. look
tìng ontu [t·ɪŋ ˈon.tu] vin. smell
tìng syawn [t·ɪŋ sjawn] vin. bless
tìng tseng [ˈt·ɪŋ ˈt͡sɛŋ] vin. back down, give ground
tìng zekwä [ˈt·ɪŋ ˈzɛk̚.wæ] vin. touch (intentionally)
tìnga’lini [tɪ.ŋaʔ.ˈli.ni] n. pregnancy (for animals)
tìnga’prrnen [tɪ.ŋaʔ.ˈpṛ.nɛn] n. pregnancy (for people)
tìngay [tɪ.ˈŋaj] n. truth
tìngäzìk [tɪ.ˈŋæ.zɪk̚] n. difficulty, problem
tìngong [tɪ.ˈŋoŋ] n. lethargy, laziness
tìngop [tɪ.ˈŋop̚] n. abstract idea of a creation
tìno [tɪ.ˈno] n. thoroughness, attention to detail
tìnomum [tɪ.ˈno.mʊm] n. curiosity
tìnui [tɪ.ˈnu.i] n. failure (abstract concept)
tìnvi [ˈtɪn.vi] n. task, errand, step (in an instruction)
tìnvi si [ˈtɪn.vi s·i] vin. perform a task, run an errand
tìoeyktìng [tɪ.o.ˈɛjk̚.tɪŋ] n. explanation
tìohakx [tɪ.o.ˈhak’] n. hunger
tìomum [tɪ.ˈo.mʊm] n. knowledge
tìpähem [tɪ.ˈpæ.hɛm] n. arrival
tìpalang [tɪ.ˈpa.laŋ] n. (social) contact
tìpängkxo [tɪ.pæŋ.ˈk’o] n. conversation, discussion
tìpängkxotsyìp [tɪ.pæŋ.ˈk’o.t͡sjɪp̚] n. little conversation
Tipani [ˈti.pa.ni] prop.n. Na’vi Clan name
tìpaw [tɪ.ˈpaw] n. growth
tìpawm [tɪ.ˈpawm] n. question
tìpe’ngay [tɪ.pɛʔ.ˈŋaj] n. conclusion, finding (deduced, thought out)
tìpe’ngayt wrrzärìp [tɪ.pɛʔ.ˈŋajt wṛ.ˈzæ.ɾɪp̚] ph. infer
tìpe’ngayt wrrzeykärìp [tɪ.pɛʔ.ˈŋajt wṛ.zɛj.ˈkæ.ɾɪp̚] ph. imply
tìpe’un [tɪ.ˈpɛ.ʔʊn] n. decision
tìprrte’ [tɪ.ˈpṛ.tɛʔ] n. pleasure
tìpsaw [tɪp̚.ˈsaw] n. clumsiness
tìpxul [tɪ.ˈp’ul] n. formidableness, imposingness
tìra’un [tɪ.ˈɾa.ʔʊn] n. surrender, relinquishment
tìralpeng [tɪ.ɾal.ˈpɛŋ] n. translation, interpretation
tìran [t·ɪ.ˈɾ·an] vin. walk
tìranpam [tɪ.ˈɾan.pam] n. footstep (sound)
tìrawn [tɪ.ˈɾawn] n. replacement, the act of replacing
tirea [ti.ˈɾɛ.a] n. spirit
tireafya’o [ti.ˈɾɛ.a.ˌfja.ʔo] n. spirit path
tireaioang [ti.ˈɾɛ.a.i.ˌo.aŋ] n. spirit animal
tireapängkxo [ti.ˈɾɛ.a.p·æŋ.ˌk’·o] vin. commune
tìrengop [tɪ.ˈɾɛ.ŋop̚] n. design (the act or art of designing)
tiretu [ti.ˈɾɛ.tu] n. shaman
tìrey [tɪ.ˈɾɛj] n. life
tìreyn [tɪ.ˈɾɛjn] n. train
tìrol [tɪ.ˈɾol] n. song (vocal)
tìronsrel [tɪ.ˈɾon.sɾɛl] n. imagination
tìsäfpìlyewn [tɪ.sæ.ˈfpɪl.jɛwn] or [t͡sæ.ˈfpɪl.jɛwn] n. communication (colloquial pronunciation: tsäfpìlyewn)
tìsay [tɪ.ˈsaj] n. loyalty
tìska’a [tɪ.ska.ˈʔa] n. destruction
tìsla’tsu [tɪ.ˈslaʔ.t͡su] n. description
tìslan [tɪ.ˈslan] n. support (emotional, social or personal support)
tìsmaw [tɪ.ˈsmaw] n. approval
tìsnaytx [tɪ.ˈsnajt’] n. loss (not a win)
tìso’ha [tɪ.ˈsoʔ.ha] n. enthusiasm, having a good attitude
tìsom [tɪ.ˈsom] n. heat
tìsop [tɪ.ˈsop̚] n. journey
tìspaw [tɪ.ˈspaw] n. belief (abstract concept)
tìspe’e [tɪ.spɛ.ˈʔɛ] n. capture
tìspxin [tɪ.ˈsp’in] n. the state of being ill, sickness
tìsraw [tɪ.ˈsɾaw] n. pain
tìsraw seyki [tɪ.ˈsɾaw sɛj.ˈk·i] vtr. hurt (someone or something)
tìsraw si [tɪ.ˈsɾaw ˈs·i] vin. hurt, be painful
tìsrese’a [tɪ.ˈsɾɛ.sɛ.ʔa] n. prophecy
tìsteftxaw [tɪ.stɛ.ˈft’aw] n. examination
tìsti [tɪ.ˈsti] n. anger
tìsung [tɪ.ˈsʊŋ] n. addition, post script
tìswaran [tɪ.ˈswa.ɾan] n. humility, humbleness
tìsyìmawnun’i [tɪ.sjɪ.maw.nʊn.ˈʔi] or [t͡sjɪ.maw.nʊn.ˈʔi] n. independence, freedom from a pre-existing relationship
tìsyor [tɪ.ˈsjoɾ] n. relaxation
tìsyortsyìp [tɪ.ˈsjoɾ.t͡sjɪp̚] n. break, small rest or relaxation
tìtaron [tɪ.ˈta.ɾon] n. hunting (the art/skill)
tìterkup [tɪ.ˈtɛɾ.kʊp̚] n. death (in abstract sense)
tìtokat [tɪ.ˈto.kat̚] n. guilt
tìtsan’ul [tɪ.ˈt͡san.ʔul] n. improvement (in the general or abstract sense)
tìtseri [tɪ.ˈt͡sɛ.ɾi] n. awareness, notice
tìtslam [tɪ.ˈt͡slam] n. understanding, intelligence
tìtstew [tɪ.ˈt͡stɛw] n. courage, bravery
tìtstewnga’ [tɪ.ˈt͡stɛw.ŋaʔ] adj. brave, courageous (nfp)
tìtstunwi [tɪ.ˈt͡stun.wi] n. kindness
tìtstunwinga’ [tɪ.ˈt͡stun.wi.ŋaʔ] adj. kind (nfp)
tìtsukanom [tɪ.t͡sʊ.ˈka.nom] n. availability
tìtsunslu [tɪ.ˈt͡sʊn.slu] n. possibility
tìtsyär [tɪ.ˈt͡sjæɾ] n. rejection
tìtsyul [tɪ.ˈt͡sjul] n. beginning, start (can be a place or time)
tìtunu [tɪ.ˈtu.nu] n. romance
tìtusaron [tɪ.tu.ˈsa.ɾon] n. hunting (the act/situation)
tìtxanew [tɪ.ˈt’a.nɛw] n. greed
tìtxantslusam [tɪ.ˈt’an.t͡slu.sam] n. wisdom (seldom used)
tìtxap [tɪ.ˈt’ap̚] n. pressure (physical)
tìtxaw [tɪ.ˈt’aw] n. punishment
tìtxen [tɪ.ˈt’ɛn] n. awakeness, the state of waking
tìtxen si [tɪ.ˈt’ɛn s·i] vin. to wake, to waken, wake up
tìtxukxefu [tɪ.t’u.ˈk’ɛ.fu] n. care, concern
tìtxula [tɪ.ˈt’ʊ.la] n. construction, constructed thing
tìtxur [tɪ.ˈt’uɾ] n. strength, power (physical)
tìtxurnga’ [tɪ.ˈt’uɾ.ŋaʔ] adj. powerful (physically, nfp)
tìväng [tɪ.ˈvæŋ] n. thirst
tìvawm [tɪ.ˈvawm] n. darkness
tìve’kì [tɪ.vɛʔ.ˈkɪ] n. hatred
tìvirä [tɪ.vi.ˈɾæ] n. spread, proliferation
tìwan [tɪ.ˈwan] n. obfuscation, cover up
tìwäsul [tɪ.ˈwæ.sul] n. competition (concept)
tìwäte [tɪ.wæ.ˈtɛ] n. dispute, argument
tìwew [tɪ.ˈwɛw] n. coldness, cold
tìwìngay [tɪ.wɪ.ˈŋaj] n. proof, proving (abstract)
tìwusem [tɪ.wu.ˈsɛm] n. fighting
tìyäkx [tɪ.ˈjæk’] n. lack of notice, snubbing
tìyawn [tɪ.ˈjawn] n. love
tìyawr [tɪ.ˈjawɾ] n. correctness
tìyewn [tɪ.ˈjɛwn] n. expression (of a thought or feeling)
tìyo’ [tɪ.ˈjoʔ] n. perfection
tìyora’ [tɪ.jo.ˈɾaʔ] n. victory, a win
tìyusom [tɪ.ju.ˈsom] n. eating (the act)
tìzevakx [tɪ.ˈzɛ.vak’] n. cruelty
tìzevakxnga’ [tɪ.ˈzɛ.vak’.ŋaʔ] adj. cruel (nfp)
tìzin [tɪ.ˈzin] n. a tangle(ment), mass of something twisted together
tìzin si [tɪ.ˈzin s·i] vin. tangle, tangle up
to [to] part. comparative marker than (behaves like an adp.)
to tìtseri [to tɪ.ˈt͡sɛ.ɾi] ph. than is apparent, than you are aware of
Toitslan [ˈto.i.t͡slan] prop.n. Germany
Toitsye [ˈto.i.t͡sjɛ] adj. German (language)
tok [t·ok̚] vtr. be at, occupy a space
tokat [ˈto.kat̚] adj. guilty
toktor [ˈtok̚.toɾ] n. doctor
tokx [tok’] n. body
tolel [to.ˈlɛl] intj. Eureka! I found it! I understand! (an idea)
toltem [t·ol.ˈt·ɛm] vtr. shoot
tompa [ˈtom.pa] n. rain
tompakel [ˈtom.pa.kɛl] n. drought
tompameyp [tom.pa.ˈmɛjp̚] n. drizzle
tompatayng [ˈtom.pa.tajŋ] n. rain thistle
tompawll [ˈtom.pa.wḷ] n. geode, rain plant
tomperwì [ˈtom.pɛɾ.wɪ] n. sleet
tompìva [ˈtom.pɪ.va] n. raindrop
tong [t·oŋ] vtr. put out, quench
Tonowari [to.no.ˈwa.ɾi] prop.n. male Na’vi of the Metkayina Clan
tor [toɾ] adj. last, ultimate, terminal
toruk [ˈto.ɾʊk̚] n. great leonopteryx, last shadow
toruk makto [ˈto.ɾʊk̚ ˈmak̚.to] n. toruk rider
torukspxam [ˈto.ɾʊk̚.sp’am] n. octoshroom, great leonopteryx fungus
trr [tṛ] n. day
trr’awve [tṛ.ˈʔaw.vɛ] n. Sunday
trr’ong [tṛ.ˈʔoŋ] n. dawn, sunrise
trr’ongmaw [tṛ.ˈʔoŋ.maw] n. dawn after sunrise
trram [tṛ.ˈam] adv. yesterday
trray [tṛ.ˈaj] adv. tomorrow
trrkive [tṛ.ˈki.vɛ] n. Saturday
trrmrrve [tṛ.ˈmṛ.vɛ] n. Thursday
trrmuve [tṛ.ˈmu.vɛ] n. Monday
trrpeve [tṛ.ˈpɛ.vɛ] inter. which day (derived from trr day and pe interrogative marker and ve ordinal number marker)
trrpuve [tṛ.ˈpu.vɛ] n. Friday
trrpxeyve [tṛ.ˈp’ɛj.vɛ] n. Tuesday
trrpxì [tṛ.ˈp’ɪ] n. Part of a day; hour
trrpxì Sawtuteyä [tṛ.ˈp’ɪ ˈsaw.tu.tɛ.jæ] n. hour (in the 24-hour human cycle)
trrpxìpe [tṛ.ˈp’ɪ.pɛ] inter. what time?
trrpxìvi [tṛ.ˈp’ɪ.vi] n. minute
trrpxìvitsyìp [tṛ.ˈp’ɪ.vi.t͡sjɪp̚] n. second
trrtsìve [tṛ.ˈt͡sɪ.vɛ] n. Wednesday
trrtxon [ˈtṛ.t’on] n. the day and night cycle of Pandora
Tuk [tuk̚] prop.n. Jake and Neytiri’s daughter
Tuke [ˈtu.kɛ] prop.n. female Na’vi
tukru [tʊk̚.ˈɾu] n. spear
Tuktirey [tuk̚.ˈti.ɾɛj] prop.n. Jake and Neytiri’s daughter
tul [t·ul] vin. run
tulkun [ˈtʊl.kun] n. tulkun
tumpasuk [ˈtum.pa.sʊk̚] n. celia fruit tree
tumpin [ˈtum.pin] n. red, orange
tun [tun] adj. red, orange
tung [t·ʊŋ] vtr. allow
tungzup [t·ʊŋ.ˈz·up̚] vtr. drop
tunu [ˈtu.nu] adj. romantic
tunutu [ˈtu.nu.tu] n. object of desire, crush
tup [tʊp̚] conj. instead of, rather than
tupe [ˈtu.pɛ] inter. who
tut [tʊt̚] part. continuation marker
tutampe [tu.ˈtam.pɛ] inter. what man
tutan [tu.ˈtan] n. man
tute [ˈtu.tɛ] n. person
tuté [tu.ˈtɛ] n. woman
tuteo [ˈtu.tɛ.o] pn. somebody, someone
tutepe [tu.ˈtɛ.pɛ] inter. what woman
tutsena [ˈtut̚.sɛ.na] n. stretcher
tuvom [tu.ˈvom] adj. greatest of all, exceedingly great
tuvon [ˈt·u.v·on] vin. lean

TS [t͡s] (Tsä)

tsä’ [t͡s·æʔ] vin. squirt
tsa’u [ˈt͡sa.ʔu] dem. that (thing)
tsafya [ˈt͡sa.fja] adv. that way, like that
tsahey [t͡sa.ˈhɛj] intj. expression of warning or frustration, “crap!”, “ah, hell!”
tsaheyl si [t͡sa.ˈhɛjl ˈs·i] vin. bond, establish a neural connection
tsaheylu [t͡sa.ˈhɛj.lu] n. bond (neural connection)
Tsahìk [ˈt͡sa.hɪk̚] prop.n. head shaman, high priest, interpreter
tsakem [ˈt͡sa.kɛm] or [t͡sa.ˈkɛm] dem. that (action)
tsakrr [t͡sa.ˈkṛ] adv. then, at that time, that time
tsakrrvay [t͡sa.ˈkṛ.vaj] adv. until then, in the meantime
tsaktap [ˈt͡sak̚.tap̚] n. violence
tsaktap si [ˈt͡sak̚.tap s·i] vin. be violent, use violence
tsal [t͡sal] pn. that, it (as transitive subject)
tsala [ˈt͡sa.la] sbd. that
tsalsungay [t͡sal.su.ˈŋaj] adv. nevertheless, even so
tsam [t͡sam] n. war
tsamkuk [ˈt͡sam.kʊk̚] n. war drum
tsamopin [ˈt͡sa.mo.pin] n. warpaint
tsampongu [ˈt͡sam.po.ŋu] n. war party
tsamsä’o [ˈt͡sam.sæ.ʔo] n. weapon of war
tsamsiyu [ˈt͡sam.si.ju] n. warrior
tsan’ul [ˈt͡san.ʔ·ul] vin. improve, get better
tsang [t͡saŋ] n. a piercing
tsankum [ˈt͡san.kum] n. advantage, benefit, upside, gain
tsankumnga’ [ˈt͡san.kum.ŋaʔ] adj. advantageous
tsantu [ˈt͡san.tu] n. good person, “good guy”
tsantxäl [t͡san.ˈt’æl] n. invitation
tsantxäl si [t͡san.ˈt’æl s·i] vin. invite
tsap’alute [t͡sap̚.ˈʔa.lu.tɛ] n. apology
tsap’alute si [t͡sap̚.ˈʔa.lu.tɛ ˈs·i] vin. apologise (apologize)
tsapo [ˈt͡sa.po] pn. that one (for people only)
tsar [t͡saɾ] pn. that, it (as dative indirect object)
tsara [ˈt͡sa.ɾa] sbd. that
tsari [ˈt͡sa.ɾi] pn. that, it (as topical)
tsaria [ˈt͡sa.ɾi.a] sbd. that
tsat [t͡sat̚] pn. that, it (as transitive direct object)
tsata [ˈt͡sa.ta] sbd. that
tsatseng [t͡sa.ˈt͡sɛŋ] or [ˈt͡sa.t͡sɛŋ] dem., n. there, that place
tsatu [ˈt͡sa.tu] dem. that person
tsaw [t͡saw] dem., pn. that, it (as intransitive subject)
tsawa [ˈt͡sa.wa] sbd. that
tsawke [ˈt͡saw.kɛ] n. sun; Alpha Centauri A
Tsawkenay [t͡saw.kɛ.ˈnaj] n. Alpha Centauri B
tsawksyul [ˈt͡sawk̚.sjul] n. sun lily
tsawl [t͡sawl] adj. big (in size), tall
tsawl slu [ˈt͡sawl ˈsl·u] vin. grow
tsawlapx [ˈt͡saw.lap’] n. unidelta tree, lit. tall large root
tsawlapxangrr [ˈt͡saw.la.p’a.ŋṛ] n. unidelta tree, lit. tall large root
tsawlhì’ [t͡sawl.ˈhɪʔ] n. size
tsawlultxa [t͡sawl.ʊl.ˈt’a] n. large gathering, conference
tsawn [t͡s·awn] vtr. gather growing food from the forest; pick; harvest (in agriculture)
tsawng [t͡s·awŋ] vin. shatter, break into pieces
tsawsngem [t͡saw.ˈsŋɛm] adj. muscular
tsawtsray [ˈt͡saw.t͡sɾaj] n. small or medium-sized city
tse [t͡sɛ] part. well (conversation starter)
tse’a [t͡s·ɛ.ˈʔ·a] vtr. see (physical sense)
tse’atswo [t͡sɛ.ˈʔa.t͡swo] n. (sense of) sight, vision
tsefta [ˈt͡sɛ.fta] n. vengeance, revenge
tsefta si [ˈt͡sɛ.fta s·i] vin. take revenge
tseftanga’ [ˈt͡sɛ.fta.ŋaʔ] adj. vengeful
tseltsul [ˈt͡sɛl.t͡sʊl] n. whitewater rapids (countable, but only rarely)
tseng [t͡sɛŋ] n. place
tsenga [ˈt͡sɛ.ŋa] conj. where, place where
tsenge [ˈt͡sɛ.ŋɛ] n. place
tsengo [ˈt͡sɛ.ŋo] pn. somewhere
tsengpe [ˈt͡sɛŋ.pɛ] inter. where
Tsenu [ˈt͡sɛ.nu] prop.n. female Na’vi
tseo [ˈt͡sɛ.o] n. art
tseotu [ˈt͡sɛ.o.tu] n. artist (generic term)
tseri [ˈt͡s·ɛ.ɾ·i] vtr. note, notice
tsewtx [t͡sɛwt’] adj. dirty
tsìk [t͡sɪk̚] adv. suddenly, without warning
tsiki [ˈt͡si.ki] n. reef tick
tsìlpey [t͡sɪl.ˈpɛj] n. hope (abstract concept)
tsìltsan [t͡sɪl.ˈt͡san] n. good (abstract concept), goodness
tsim [t͡sim] n. source
tsin [t͡sin] n. nail, claw
tsìng [t͡sɪŋ] num. four
tsìpxì [t͡sɪ.ˈp’ɪ] n. one-fourth
Tsireya [t͡si.ˈɾɛ.ja] prop.n. female of the Metkayina Clan
tsìsyì [ˈt͡s·ɪ.sj·ɪ] vin. whisper
tsìve [ˈt͡sɪ.vɛ] adj. fourth (ordinal)
Tskaha [ˈt͡ska.ha] prop.n. Na’vi Clan name
tskalep [ˈt͡ska.lɛp̚] n. crossbow
tskawr [t͡sk·awɾ] vin. limp
tsko [t͡sko] n. bow (weapon)
tsko swizaw [t͡sko swi.ˈzaw] n. bow and arrow
tskxaytsyìp [ˈt͡sk’aj.t͡sjɪp̚] n. hail
tskxe [t͡sk’ɛ] n. rock, stone
tskxekeng [ˈt͡sk’ɛ.kɛŋ] n. training, exercise
tskxekeng si [ˈt͡sk’ɛ.kɛŋ ˈs·i] vin. exercise, train
tskxepay [ˈt͡sk’ɛ.paj] n. ice
tskxevi [ˈt͡sk’ɛ.vi] n. pebble, small stone polished smooth by natural forces
tslam [t͡sl·am] vtr. understand
tsleng [t͡slɛŋ] adj. false
tslikx [t͡sl·ik’] vin. crawl
tslikxyu latopin [ˈt͡slik’.ju ˈla.to.pin] n. chamelion crawler
tslikxyu tsawlak [ˈt͡slik’.ju ˈt͡saw.lak̚] n. scarab crawler
tslolam [t͡slo.ˈlam] intj. get it, I understand
tsmi [t͡smi] n. nectar
tsmìm [t͡smɪm] n. track, trace (of animal or person)
tsmisnrr [ˈt͡smi.snṛ] n. bladder lantern, nectar lantern
tsmuk [t͡smuk̚] n. sibling
tsmukan [ˈt͡smu.kan] n. brother
tsmuke [ˈt͡smu.kɛ] n. sister
tsmuktu [ˈt͡smuk̚.tu] n. sibling
tsngal [t͡sŋal] n. cup
tsngan [t͡sŋan] n. meat obtained from terrestial animals
tsngawpay [ˈt͡sŋaw.paj] n. tears
tsngawpayvi [ˈt͡sŋaw.paj.vi] n. teardrop
tsngawvìk [ˈt͡sŋ·aw.v·ɪk̚] vin. cry, weep
tsngem [t͡sŋɛm] n. muscle
tsnì [t͡snɪ] sbd. that (function word)
tson [t͡son] n. obligation, duty, imposed requirement (from superiors)
tsong [t͡soŋ] n. valley
tsongropx [ˈt͡soŋ.ɾop’] n. hole, cavity, excavation with a bottom (visible or presumed)
tsongtsyìp [ˈt͡soŋ.t͡sjɪp̚] n. dimple
tsonta [ˈt͡son.ta] conj. to (with kxìm)
tsopì [ˈt͡so.pɪ] n. lung
tspang [t͡sp·aŋ] vtr. kill
tspìng [t͡spɪŋ] n. austrapede
tsranten [ˈt͡sɾ·an.t·ɛn] vin. matter, be of importance
tsray [t͡sɾaj] n. village
tsre’i [ˈt͡sɾ·ɛ.ʔ·i] vtr. throw
tsrul [t͡sɾul] n. nest; protected area serving as the home of Pandoran fauna
tstal [t͡stal] n. knife
tstalsena [ˈt͡stal.sɛ.na] n. knife sheath
tstew [t͡stɛw] adj. brave, courageous (ofp)
tstu [t͡stu] adj. closed, shut, overcast (for cloudy skies)
tstu säpi [ˈt͡stu sæ.ˌp·i] vin. close oneself, close by itself, close on its own
tstu si [ˈt͡stu ˈs·i] vin. close
tstunkem [ˈt͡stun.kɛm] n. favor, act of kindness (usually pronounced tstungkem)
tstunkem si [ˈt͡stun.kɛm s·i] vin. do a favor
tstunkemtsyìp [ˈt͡stuŋ.kɛm.t͡sjɪp̚] n. little favor
tstunwi [ˈt͡stun.wi] adj. kind, thoughtful, considerate
tstxa’a [ˈt͡st’a.ʔa] n. canalyd
tstxo [t͡st’o] n. name
tstxolì’u [ˈt͡st’o.lɪ.ʔu] n. noun
tstxolì’ukìngvi [t͡st’o.ˈlɪʔ.u.kɪŋ.vi] n. noun phrase (phrase whose pivotal or central word is a noun)
tsu’o [ˈt͡su.ʔo] n. ability
Tsu’tey [t͡suʔ.ˈtɛj] prop.n. male of the Omatikaya Clan
tsukanom [t͡sʊ.ˈka.nom] adj. available, obtainable
tsukmong [t͡sʊk̚.ˈmoŋ] adj. reliable, dependable
tsuksìm [ˈt͡suk̚.sɪm] n. chin
tsuktswa’ [t͡sʊk̚.ˈt͡swaʔ] adj. forgettable
tsukx [t͡s·ʊk’] vtr. stab
tsukyom [t͡sʊk.ˈjom] adj. edible
tsulfä [t͡sʊl.ˈfæ] n. mastery
tsulfä si [t͡sʊl.ˈfæ ˈs·i] vin. master
tsulfätu [t͡sʊl.ˈfæ.tu] n. master of an art, craft, or skill, expert
tsulfätunay [t͡sʊ.fæ.tu.ˈnaj] n. nearmaster
tsun [t͡sun] n. heel
tsun [t͡s·ʊn] vim. can, be able
tsunslu [ˈt͡s·ʊn.sl·u] vin. may, be possible
tsupx [t͡s·ʊp’] vtr. scratch harmfully, as with a claw
tsurak [ˈt͡su.ɾak̚] n. skimwing
tsurokx [t͡s·u.ˈɾ·ok’] vin. rest
tswa’ [t͡sw·aʔ] vtr. forget
tswal [t͡swal] n. power
tswalnga’ [ˈt͡swal.ŋaʔ] adj. powerful (any sense, nfp)
tswayon [ˈt͡sw·aj.·on] vin. fly
tswesya [ˈt͡swɛ.sja] n. current
tswesya si [ˈt͡swɛ.sja s·i] vin. flow
tswìk [t͡sw·ɪk̚] vtr. suck
tswìk kxenerit [t͡sw·ɪk ˈk’ɛ.nɛ.ɾit̚] vin. smoke (lit. to suck smoke)
tswin [t͡swin] n. queue, braid
tswintsyìp [ˈt͡swin.t͡sjɪp̚] n. little queue
tsyafe [ˈt͡sja.fɛ] adj. mild, moderate, comfortable (for weather and temperature)
tsyal [t͡sjal] n. wing
tsyänel [ˈt͡sjæ.nɛl] n. TV channel
tsyang [t͡sjaŋ] n. swarm
tsyär [t͡sj·æɾ] vtr. reject
tsyey [t͡sjɛj] n. snack, light meal
tsyeym [t͡sjɛjm] n. treasure; something rare and of great value
tsyeytsyìp [ˈt͡sjɛj.t͡sjɪp̚] n. tiny bite
tsyìl [t͡sj·ɪl] vtr. climb, scale (pulling entire body up)
tsyìräfì [t͡sjɪ.ˈɾæ.fɪ] n. giraffe
tsyo [t͡sjo] n. flour
tsyoklìt [ˈt͡sjok̚.lɪt̚] n. chocolate
tsyokx [t͡sjok’] n. hand
tsyorina’wll [t͡sjo.ɾi.ˈnaʔ.wḷ] n. cycad, flour seed plant
tsyosyu [ˈt͡sjo.sju] n. food made from flour
tsyul [t͡sj·ul] vtr. begin, start

TX [t’] (TxeTx)

txa’ [t’aʔ] adj. hard
txakrrfpìl [t’a.ˈkṛ.fp·ɪl] vtr. consider, ponder
txal [t’al] n. back (of the body)
txampam [ˈt’am.pam] n. soundblast colossus
txampay [t’am.ˈpaj] n. sea, ocean
txampxì [t’am.ˈp’ɪ] n. majority, most, large part
txan [t’an] adj. much
txanatan [ˈt’a.na.tan] adj. bright, vivid
txanew [ˈt’a.nɛw] adj. greedy
txanfwerwì [t’an.ˈfwɛɾ.wɪ] n. blizzard
txanfwìngtu [t’an.ˈfwɪŋ.tu] n. bastard, loser (vulgar)
txankeltrrtrr [ˈt’an.kɛl.tṛ.tṛ] adj. extraordinary
txankrr [t’aŋ.ˈkṛ] adv. for a long time
txanlal [ˈt’an.lal] adj. ancient, very old
txanlokxe [t’an.lo.ˈk’ɛ] n. clan or tribal domain, country
txanro’a [t’an.ˈɾ·o.ʔ·a] vin. be famous
txanro’tu [t’an.ˈɾoʔ.tu] n. famous person, celebrity
txansngum [t’an.ˈsŋum] n. desperation; feeling of great worry
txansngum si [t’an.ˈsŋum s·i] vin. feel desperate
txanso’hayu [t’an.ˈsoʔ.ha.ju] n. fan, enthusiast
txantompa [t’an.ˈtom.pa] n. rainstorm, heavy rain
txantsan [ˈt’an.t͡san] adj. excellent
txantsawl [ˈt’an.t͡sawl] adj. giant, huge
txantsawtsray [t’an.ˈt͡saw.t͡sɾaj] n. large city, metropolis
txantslusam [ˈt’an.t͡slu.sam] adj. wise
txantstew [ˈt’an.t͡stɛw] n. hero
txantur [ˈt’an.tuɾ] adj. powerful (physically, ofp)
txantxew [t’an.ˈt’ɛw] n. maximum
txantxewm [ˈt’an.t’ɛwm] adj. terrifying
txantxewvay [t’an.ˈt’ɛw.vaj] adv. maximally
txanwawe [t’an.wa.ˈwɛ] adj. personally meaningful, significant
txanwetseng [t’an.ˈwɛ.t͡sɛŋ] n. personally significant or beloved place, heimat (ger.)
txap [t’·ap̚] vtr. press, press on, apply (physical) pressure to
txärem [ˈt’æ.ɾɛm] n. bone
Txärpawk [ˈt’æɾ.pawk̚] prop.n. Palulukan Bone Horn
txasom [ˈt’a.som] adj. very hot
txasunu [t’a.ˈs·u.n·u] vin. love greatly, enjoy tremendously
txatx [t’at’] n. bubble
txavä’ [t’a.ˈvæʔ] adj. disgusting
txaw [t’·aw] vtr. punish
txawew [ˈt’a.wɛw] adj. very cold
txawnulsrung [t’aw.ˈnʊl.sɾʊŋ] n. machine
txawnulsrung a tswayon [t’aw.ˈnʊl.sɾʊŋ a ˈt͡swaj.on] n. airplane
txawnulsrung a yur [t’aw.ˈnʊl.sɾʊŋ a juɾ] n. washing machine
txay [t’·aj] vin. be horizontal, lie flat
txayo [ˈt’a.jo] n. field, open terrain, plain
txe’lan [t’ɛʔ.ˈlan] n. heart
txe’lankong [t’ɛʔ.ˈlan.koŋ] n. heartbeat
txe’lanti wrrzärìp [t’ɛʔ.ˈlan.ti wṛ.ˈzæ.ɾɪp̚] ph. to greatly move emotionally (lit.: to pull out the heart)
txekxumpay [t’ɛ.ˈk’ʊm.paj] n. magma, lava
txele [ˈt’ɛ.lɛ] n. matter (subject)
txen [t’ɛn] adj. awake
txep [t’ɛp̚] n. fire
txepìva [ˈt’ɛ.pɪ.va] n. ash, cinder
txepram [t’ɛp̚.ˈɾam] n. volcano
txeptseng [ˈt’ɛp̚.t͡sɛŋ] n. place where a fire is burning or has burned
txeptsyal [ˈt’ɛp̚.t͡sjal] n. coronis
txeptsyìp [ˈt’ɛp̚.t͡sjɪp̚] n. flame
txeptun [ˈt’ɛp̚.tun] adj. orange (“fire tun”)
txepvi [ˈt’ɛp̚.vi] n. spark
txepvispxam [ˈt’ɛp̚.vi.sp’am] n. sparkle pod
txew [t’ɛw] n. edge, brink, limit, border, end
Txewì [ˈt’ɛ.wɪ] prop.n. male Na’vi
txewk [t’ɛwk̚] n. club (weapon)
txewluke [ˈt’ɛw.lu.kɛ] adj. endless, boundless, without limit
txewm [t’ɛwm] adj. scary, frightening
txewnga’ [ˈt’ɛw.ŋaʔ] adj. having a limit, not without bounds, finite
txey [t’·ɛj] v. halt
txi [t’i] n. hurry, hurriedness, frenzy
Txilte [ˈt’il.tɛ] prop.n. female Na’vi
txim [t’im] n. spike, thorn of a plant
txìm [t’ɪm] n. butt, rear end, ass
txin [t’in] adj. main, primary
txinfpìl [ˈt’in.fpɪl] n. main point
txìng [t’·ɪŋ] vtr. leave, abandon
txintìn [ˈt’in.tɪn] n. occupation, primary role in society
txintseng [ˈt’in.t͡sɛŋ] n. base of operations
txll’u [ˈt’ḷ.ʔu] n. hookagourd
txo [t’o] conj. if
txoa [ˈt’o.a] n. forgiveness
txokefyaw [ˈt’o.kɛ.fjaw] conj. if not, or else, otherwise
txolar [ˈt’o.laɾ] n. dollar
txon [t’on] n. night
txon’ong [t’on.ˈʔoŋ] n. nightfall, sunset, dusk, gloaming
txon’ongmaw [t’on.ˈʔoŋ.maw] n. twilight, the time before dark, after sunset
txonam [t’o.ˈnam] adv. last night
txonay [t’o.ˈnaj] adv. tomorrow night
txonkrr [ˈt’on.kṛ] adv. at night
txopu [ˈt’o.pu] n. fear
txopu si [ˈt’o.pu ˈs·i] vin. be afraid
txopu sleyku [ˈt’o.pu slɛj.ˈk·u] vtr. frighten
txopunil [ˈt’o.pu.nil] n. nightmare
txotsafya [ˈt’o.t͡sa.fja] adv. if that’s the case, if that’s so
txukx [t’uk’] adj. deep (physically)
txukxefu [t’u.ˈk’·ɛ.f·u] vin. care, be concerned about, have deep feelings for
txula [ˈt’·ʊ.l·a] vtr. build, construct
txum [t’ʊm] n. poison
txumnga’ [ˈt’ʊm.ŋaʔ] adj. poisonous
txumpaywll [ˈt’ʊm.paj.wḷ] n. scorpion thistle, poison water plant
txumtsä’wll [t’ʊm.ˈt͡sæʔ.wḷ] n. Baja tickler, poisonsquirting plant
txung [t’·uŋ] vtr. disturb, disrupt, bother, affect negatively
txur [t’uɾ] adj. strong (physically)
txurtel [ˈt’uɾ.tɛl] n. rope
txurtseng [ˈt’uɾ.t͡sɛŋ] n. fortification, fortress, bulwark
txurtu [ˈt’uɾ.tu] n. strongman/woman, brawny person

U [u|ʊ]

ue’ [·u.ˈ·ɛʔ] vtr., vin. vomit, vomit up
uk [ʊk̚] n. shadow
ukxo [u.ˈk’o] adj. dry
ukyom [ˈʊk̚.jom] n. eclipse
ukyom si [ˈʊk̚.jom s·i] vin. eclipse
ulte [ˈul.tɛ] conj. and (clausal conjunction)
ultxa [ʊl.ˈt’a] n. meeting
ultxa si [ʊl.ˈt’a ˈs·i] vin. meet with someone intentionally (use hu with)
ultxarun [ʊl.ˈt’a.ɾ·un] vtr. encounter, meet by chance (ii)
ultxatu [ʊl.ˈt’a.tu] n. meeting participant
um [ʊm] adj. loose
um’a [ˈum.ʔa] adv. surprisingly (for unexpectedly negative outcomes)
unil [ˈu.nil] n. dream
unil si [ˈu.nil s·i] vin. dream
Uniltaron [ˌu.nil.ˈta.ɾon] prop.n. Dream Hunt
uniltìrantokx [u.nil.tɪ.ˈɾan.tok’] n. avatar, dreamwalker body
uniltìrantokxolo’ [u.nil.tɪ.ˈɾan.tok’.o.loʔ] n. clan, or group of avatars
uniltìranyu [u.nil.tɪ.ˈɾan.ju] n. dreamwalker
uniltsa [ˈu.nil.t͡s·a] vtr. dream of, dream about
unyor [un.ˈjoɾ] adj. sweetly aromatic (a flowery or aromatic woody sort of smell; may also refer to some spices used in Na’vi cooking)
uo [ˈu.o] adp. behind
uolì’uvi [ˈu.o.lɪ.ʔu.vi] n. suffix
uran [ˈu.ɾan] n. boat
utral [ˈut̚.ɾal] n. tree
Utral Aymokriyä [ˈut̚.ɾal aj.ˈmok̚.ɾi.jæ] prop.n. Tree of Voices
utraltsyìp [ˈut̚.ɾal.t͡sjɪp̚] n. bush
Utraya Mokri [ˈut.ɾa.ja ˈmok.ɾi] prop.n. Tree of Voices
utu [ˈu.tu] n. forest canopy
utumauti [ˈu.tu.ma.u.ti] n. banana fruit
uturu [u.ˈtʊ.ɾu] n. sanctuary, place of refuge
uvan [u.ˈvan] n. game
uvan letokx [u.ˈvan lɛ.ˈtok’] n. physical or athletic game, sport
uvan si [u.ˈvan ˈs·i] vin. play (a game)

V [v] ()

vä’ [væʔ] adj. unpleasant to the senses, noisome
Va’ru [ˈvaʔ.ɾu] prop.n. male Na’vi
väfewll [ˈvæ.fɛ.wḷ] n. Centipede, badsmell plant
vakx [vak’] n. snake
val [val] adv. diligently, hard, with effort (RN dialect)
väng [væŋ] adj. thirsty
väpam [ˈvæ.pam] n. noise. ugly or unpleasant sound, screech
var [v·aɾ] vim. to persist in a state, to continue to perform an action
värumut [ˈvæ.ɾu.mut̚] n. vein pod
vawm [vawm] adj. dark
vawmpin [ˈvawm.pin] n. dark color
vawt [vawt̚] adj. solid, not hollow
vay [vaj] adp. up to
vaykrr [vaj.ˈkṛ] conj. until
ve’kì [v·ɛʔ.ˈk·ɪ] vtr. hate
ve’o [ˈvɛ.ʔo] n. order (as opposed to disorder or chaos), organization
vefya [ˈvɛ.fja] n. system, process, procedure, approach
vekreng [ˈvɛk.ɾɛŋ] n. cloaked panther
velek [ˈv·ɛ.l·ɛk̚] vin. give up, surrender, concede defeat
velke [ˈvɛl.kɛ] adj. chaotic, messy, disorganized, in shambles
venga’ [ˈvɛ.ŋaʔ] adj. organized, “on top of things”
ventil [ˈvɛn.til] n. ankle
venu [ˈvɛ.nu] n. foot
venzek [ˈvɛn.zɛk̚] n. toe
vewng [v·ɛwŋ] vtr. look after, take care of, be responsible for
vey [vɛj] n. meat, any food of animal origin (including fowl, fish, insects, eggs, milk)
vezeyko [vɛ.zɛj.ˈk·o] vtr. put in order, organize
vezo [vɛ.ˈz·o] vin. be in order, be organized
vin [v·in] vtr. request, ask for
vingkap [ˈv·iŋ.k·ap̚] vtr. occur to one, pop into one’s mind
virä [v·i.ˈɾ·æ] vin. spread, proliferate
vitra [vit̚.ˈɾa] n. soul
Vitrautral [vit̚.ˈɾa.ut̚.ɾal] prop.n. Tree of Souls
vll [v·ḷ] vin., vtr. indicate, point at
voìk [ˈvo.ɪk̚] n. behavior, how one conducts oneself
voìk si [ˈvo.ɪk s·i] vin. behave
vol [vol] num. eight
volve [ˈvol.vɛ] adj. eighth (ordinal)
vonvä’ [von.ˈvæʔ] n. butthole, asshole, dickhead (vulgar)
vopxì [vo.ˈp’ɪ] n. one-eighth
vospxey [vo.ˈsp’ɛj] n. March
vospxì [vo.ˈsp’ɪ] n. month
vospxì’aw [vo.sp’ɪ.ˈʔaw] n. January
vospxìam [vo.sp’ɪ.ˈam] n. last month
vospxìay [vo.sp’ɪ.ˈaj] n. next month
vospxìkin [vo.sp’ɪ.ˈkin] n. July
vospxìmrr [vo.sp’ɪ.ˈmṛ] n. May
vospxìmun [vo.sp’ɪ.ˈmun] n. February
vospxìpuk [vo.sp’ɪ.ˈpuk̚] n. June
vospxìtsìng [vo.sp’ɪ.ˈt͡sɪŋ] n. April
vospxìvol [vo.sp’ɪ.ˈvol] n. August
vospxìvolaw [vo.sp’ɪ.vo.ˈlaw] n. September
vospxìvomun [vo.sp’ɪ.vo.ˈmun] n. October
vospxìvopey [vo.sp’ɪ.vo.ˈpɛj] n. November
vospxìvosìng [vo.sp’ɪ.vo.ˈsɪŋ] n. December
vozampasukut [ˈvo.zam.pa.sʊk.ut̚] n. grinch tree, thousand berry tree
vrrìn [ˈv·ṛ.·ɪn] svin. be busy (negative sense): be tired out and overwhelmed by an activity that’s keeping one busy
vrrtep [ˈvṛ.tɛp̚] n. demon
vul [vul] n. branch (of a tree)
vultsyìp [ˈvul.t͡sjɪp̚] n. stick
vun [v·un] vtr. provide
vur [vuɾ] n. story
vurvi [ˈvuɾ.vi] n. summary, synopsis
vurway [ˈvuɾ.waj] n. story poem, narrative poem

W [w] ()

wä+ [wæ] adp. against (as in: fight against)
walak [ˈwa.lak̚] adj. energetic, active
walew [w·a.ˈl·ɛw] vin. get over, accept some fact, reconcile oneself, move on
wan [w·an] vtr. hide
wapx [w·ap’] vin. sink
wäsul [ˈwæ.s·ul] vin. compete
wäte [wæ.ˈt·ɛ] vtr. argue, dispute
wätu [ˈwæ.tu] n. opponent
wätx [w·æt’] vtr. be bad at
wawe [wa.ˈwɛ] n. meaning, importance, significance (emotional)
way [waj] n. song (ancient, ceremonial)
way a plltxe [waj a pḷ.ˈt’ɛ] ph. spoken poem (as a melodic recital)
way a rol [waj a ɾol] ph. sung poem
way si [ˈwaj ˈs·i] vin. sing
wayä aylì’u [ˈwaj.æ aj.ˈlɪ.ʔu] ph. words of a poem or lyrics of a song
waytelem [ˈwaj.tɛ.lɛm] n. song cord
we’ay [ˈwɛ.ʔaj] adj. sour
wem [w·ɛm] vin. fight
wempongu [ˈwɛm.po.ŋu] n. squad, military clan, battle party
weopx [wɛ.ˈop’] n. wave (of water)
wep [wɛp̚] n. web (as in world wide web, www)
weptseng [ˈwɛp̚.t͡sɛŋ] n. website
wew [wɛw] adj. cold
weyn [w·ɛjn] vtr. draw, illustrate
win [win] adj. fast
win säpi [ˈwin sæ.ˈp·i] vin. hurry
win si [ˈwin ˈs·i] vin. rush something, make something fast
wìngay [w·ɪ.ˈŋaj] vtr. prove
wìntxu [w·ɪn.ˈt’·u] vtr. show
winzaw [ˈwin.zaw] n. arrow deer
wion [ˈwi.on] n. reef
wip [wip̚] adj. salty
wiya [ˈwi.ja] intj. expression of warning or frustration, “damn!”
wo [w·o] vtr. reach for
wok [wok̚] adj. loud
wokau [wok.ˈa.u] n. pendulum drum
wotx [wot’] n. totality, whole
wou [ˈw·o.·u] svin. be amazing, fascinating (slang)
wrrkä [wṛ.ˈk·æ] vin. go out, go outside
wrrpa [ˈwṛ.pa] n., adv. outside
wrrza’u [wṛ.ˈz·a.ʔ·u] vin. come out, emerge
wrrzärìp [wṛ.ˈz·æ.ɾ·ɪp̚] vtr. pull out, extract
wum [wʊm] adv. approximately, roughly
wur [wuɾ] adj. cool, chilly
wutso [ˈwu.t͡so] n. dinner, served meal
wuwuk [ˈwʊ.wʊk̚] n. lizard; any of a variety of lizard-like creatures

Y [j] ()

ya [ja] n. air
yafkeyk [ˈja.fkɛjk̚] n. weather
yak [jak̚] n. fork, branch, point of divergence
yak si [j·ak̚ s·i] vin. diverge, change direction, go astray
yäkx [j·æk’] vtr. not notice, ignore, snub
yän [j·æn] vtr. fasten, tie down
yaney [ja.ˈnɛj] n. canoe
yapay [ˈja.paj] n. mist, fog, steam
yawne [ˈjaw.nɛ] adj. beloved
yawnetu [ˈjaw.nɛ.tu] n. loved one
yawntu [ˈjawn.tu] n. loved one
yawntutsyìp [ˈjawn.tu.t͡sjɪp̚] n. darling, little loved one
yawnyewla [jawn.ˈjɛw.la] n. broken heart, broken heartedness
yawo [ja.ˈw·o] vin. take off, launch
yawr [jawɾ] n. feather
yawrwll [ˈjawɾ.wḷ] n. feather blade
yayayr [ja.ˈjajɾ] n. confusion
yayayrnga’ [ja.ˈjajɾ.ŋaʔ] adj. confusing
yayayrtsim [ja.ˈjajɾ.t͡sim] n. something confusing, source of confusion
yaymak [ˈjaj.mak̚] adj. foolish, ignorant
yayo [ˈja.jo] n. bird
yayotsrul [ˈja.jo.t͡sɾul] n. bird’s nest
ye [jɛ] adj. satisfied, content, satiated, full
ye’krr [ˈjɛʔ.kṛ] adv. early
ye’rìn [ˈjɛʔ.ɾɪn] adv. soon
yehakx [ˈjɛ.hak’] adj. satisfied from hunger, full
yem [j·ɛm] vtr. put, place
yemfpay [jɛm.ˈfpaj] n. dipping, immersion (into liquid)
yemfpay si [jɛm.ˈfpaj ˈs·i] vin. dip into liquid
yemstokx [ˈj·ɛm.stok’] vtr. put on (clothing), don
yengwal [jɛŋ.ˈwal] n. sorrow
yerik [ˈjɛ.ɾik̚] n. hexapede
yeväng [ˈjɛ.væŋ] adj. satisfied from thirst by drink, feeling quenched, slaked
yewla [ˈjɛw.la] n. disappointment, emotional letdown, failed expectation
yewla si [ˈjɛw.la s·i] vin. disappoint
yewn [j·ɛwn] vtr. express, convey (a thought or feeling)
yey [jɛj] adj. straight
yeyfya [ˈjɛj.fja] n. straight line
Yeysu [ˈjɛj.su] prop.n. Jesus
[jɪ] n. shelf, ledge, level, step, rung
yìm [j·ɪm] vtr. bind
yìmkxa [ˈjɪm.k’a] n. banshee catcher, mouth-binder
yìspul [ˈjɪ.spul] n. mermaid tail
yll [jḷ] adj. communal
ylltxep [ˈjḷ.t’ɛp̚] n. communal fire or fire pit
yo [jo] n. surface
yo’ [j·oʔ] svin. be perfect, flawless
yo’ko [ˈjoʔ.ko] n. circle
yo’kofya [ˈjoʔ.ko.fja] n. cycle
yoa [ˈjo.a] adp. in exchange for
yokx [jok’] n. shield
yol [jol] adj. short (of time)
yom [j·om] vtr. eat
yomhì’ang [jom.ˈhɪʔ.aŋ] n. small animal/insect eater, dakteron
yomioang [jom.i.ˈo.aŋ] n. chalice plant
yomtìng [ˈjom.t·ɪŋ] vin. feed (with dative object) (ii)
yomvey [j·om.ˈvɛj] vin. dine on flesh, be carnivorous
yomyo [ˈjom.jo] n. plate, (for food)
yomyo lerìk [ˈjom.jo lɛ.ˈɾɪk̚] n. leaf plate
yomzeswa [j·om.ˈzɛ.swa] vin. graze (ii)
yora’ [j·o.ˈɾ·aʔ] vtr. win
yora’tu [jo.ˈɾaʔ.tu] n. winner
yoten [ˈjo.tɛn] n. yoten
yrr [jṛ] adj. wild, natural (something in its original, unmodified, untampered-with natural state)
yrrap [ˈjṛ.ap̚] n. storm
Yuesey [ju.ɛ.ˈsɛj] prop.n. U.S.A.
yuey [ˈju.ɛj] adj. beautiful (inner beauty)
yune [ˈj·u.n·ɛ] vtr. listen to (intentionally)
yur [j·uɾ] vtr. wash

Z [z] ()

za’ärìp [za.ˈʔ·æ.ɾ·ɪp̚] vtr. pull
za’u [ˈz·a.ʔ·u] vin. come
zäfi [ˈzæ.fi] adj. modified, interfered with, no longer in a natural state
zakru [ˈzak̚.ɾu] n. zakru
zam [zam] num. sixty four
zam mì zam [ˈzam mɪ ˈzam] adv. completely, one hundred percent
zamunge [za.ˈm·ʊ.ŋ·ɛ] vtr. bring
zapxì [za.ˈp’ɪ] n. front (part or section)
zare’ [za.ˈɾɛʔ] n. forehead, brow
zärìp [ˈz·æ.ɾ·ɪp̚] vtr. pull
zasrìn [za.ˈsɾ·ɪn] vtr. borrow
zawng [z·awŋ] vin. scream
zawprrte’ [z·aw.ˈpṛ.tɛʔ] vin. be enjoyable
zawr [zawɾ] n. animal call
zawsena [ˈzaw.sɛ.na] n. quiver (attached to the ikran’s saddle), shortened form of swizawsena
zekwä [ˈzɛk̚.wæ] n. finger
zel [zɛl] adv. then (counterfactual use)
zene [ˈz·ɛ.n·ɛ] vim. must
zeng [zɛŋ] n. crest on the head of a bird or animal
zenke [ˈz·ɛŋ.kɛ] vim. must not (ii)
zerok [ˈz·ɛ.ɾ·ok̚] vtr. remember
zeswa [ˈzɛ.swa] n. grass
zeswavi [ˈzɛ.swa.vi] n. blade of grass
zet [z·ɛt̚] vtr. treat (emotionally), display an attitude towards
zevakx [ˈzɛ.vak’] adj. cruel (ofp)
zey [zɛj] adj. special, distinct
zeyko [zɛj.ˈk·o] vtr. heal, fix
zeykoyu [zɛj.ˈko.ju] n. healer
zìm [z·ɪm] vtr. feel (not intentionally)
zìma’uyu [zɪ.ˈma.ʔu.ju] n. newcomer, someone who has just arrived on the scene
zìmtswo [ˈzɪm.t͡swo] n. (sense of) touch
zin [zin] adj. tangled
zir [ziɾ] n. touch, feel, texture
zìsìkrr [ˈzɪ.sɪ.kṛ] n. season
zìsìt [ˈzɪ.sɪt̚] n. year
zìsìtay [zɪ.sɪt.ˈaj] n. next year
zìsìtnun [zɪ.sɪt̚.ˈnun] n. leap year
zìsìtnuntrr [zɪ.sɪt̚.ˈnun.tṛ] n. leap year day
zìsìtsaltrr [zɪ.sɪt̚.ˈsal.tṛ] n. (yearly) anniversary
zìskrrmipaw [zɪ.skṛ.ˈmi.paw] n. spring
zìskrrsom [zɪ.skṛ.ˈsom] n. summer
zìskrrtsawn [zɪ.skṛ.ˈt͡sawn] n. autumn, fall
zìskrrwew [zɪ.skṛ.ˈwɛw] n. winter
zìtsaltrr [zɪ.ˈt͡sal.tṛ] n. colloquial form of zìsìtsaltrr (yearly anniversary)
zize’ [zi.ˈzɛʔ] n. hellfire wasp
zo [z·o] svin. be well, be intact, be as it should be, work correctly or as nature intended
zong [z·oŋ] vtr. save, defend
zongtseng [ˈzoŋ.t͡sɛŋ] n. safe place, refuge (physical)
zoplo [zop̚.ˈlo] n. offence, insult
zoplo si [zop̚.ˈlo s·i] vin. offend, insult
zoslu [ˈzo.sl·u] vin. heal, become well, get fixed (ii)
zum [zʊm] n. object, thing (physical or tangible)
zun [zun] conj. if (counterfactual use)
zung [z·ʊŋ] vin. crouch
zup [z·up̚] vin. fall
zusawkrr [zu.ˈsaw.kṛ] n. future