A

a,
LW L4 '75 1.0
   (c) or (else)/otherwise/and or/either or or both, inclusive sense between terms.
   (c) comma, as in ...,...or...

aa,
LW APL '99 7+
   (i) I see (what you mean), attitudinal (UI)

abrramiti,
<Lin> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is/are Abramites [B-]

abrrikote,
<Fr> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (2n) B is an apricot from S. [B-S]

abrrini,
<E> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is/are abrin. [B-]

absinte,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some absinthe, a liqueur. [B-]

acdi,
<ISV acid(e/o)> Bor. JCB '88 3.3
   (1n) B is an acid. [B-]
   (a) acidic/acid, pertaining to -s.
   Used In: vinyacdi;  

acdosi,
<F acidose> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1) K suffer(s) from acidosis, presence of acids in the blood over normal limits. [K-]
   lopo — (n) acidosis, collective term for the condition.

achetanilidi,
<ISV acetanilide> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is someacetanilide, a pharmaceutical. [B-]

acheti,
<Lin. ?> Bor. JCB '90 4.7
   (1n) B is a cricket (insect) . [B-]

achetileni,
<S acetileno> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some acetylene, an illuminant gas [B-]

achetoni,
<ISV acetone> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some acetone, a common solvent [B-]

achinaciformi,
<Lin> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1a) B is acinaciform, scimitar shaped (Bot.) [B-]

achipenseri,
<Lin.> Bor. JCB '90 4.7
   (1n) B is an acipenserid, a fish of the genus Acipenser. [B-]

acthinio,
<S actinio> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some actinium, (Ac), element 89 [B-]

ae,
LW L4 '75 1.0
   (i) yes/I wish to..., an expression of hope/weak intention/desire. [B-]
   (i) I hope so/that/to...<, an expression of hope/weak intention/desire.>.
   — no (i) no/I hope/wish not to, an expression of mild refusal.

Aegyptopithecus,
<Lin.> Name JCB '88 7+
   lao — (Na) Aegyptopithecus, a genus of fossil monkeys found ca. 1960 in 30,000,000 year old Oligocene deposits in Egypt, may have been ancestral to apes and humans.

afhidi,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is an aphid/plant louse of the genus Aphis. [B-]

afi,
<a + -fi> LW L4 '75 7+
   (l) a, Latin lower case letter, one of a pool of symbols.

aghari,
<E> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some agar/agar agar, a gel prepared from seaweeds. [B-]

agherati,
<Lin. Ageratum> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is a plant of the genus Ageratum [B-]

ai,
LW L4 '75 1.0
   (i) I will/consent to/intend to...<, an exp. of consent/strong intention.>.
   (i) yes/certainly/of-course/OK/decidedly/by-all means, an exp. of consent/strong intention.
   -ai (af) the mark of Latin upper case consonant names, as in Bai/Cai/Dai/etc.
   — fazi (ph) just going to/about to, intended immed. action, as 'ai mi fazi godzi'.
   — no (ph) certainly not/I refuse/of course not<, an exp. of unwillingness.>.
   — no (ph) no/I will not/by-no means, an expression of unwillingness/strong refusal.

aiai,
<Yes Yes> Cpd JCB/RAM '75 3.8
   (i) Amen!, an expression of agreement.

akhaje,
<Tupi acaju Fr. acajou> Bor. RAM '95 7+
   (2n) B is a cashew from S. [B-S]

akhuili,
<from Genus Aquila (akhili would be easier)> Bor. JCB/RAM '90 3.6
   (1n) B is an eagle, a member of the Aquila genus. [B-]

akrre,
<Eng. acre> Bor. RAM '88 3.9
   (2v) F measures C in acre (s), an obsolete unit of approximately 0.4 hectares. [F-C]

akrrili acdi,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some acrylic acid, a very reactive unsaturated acid. [B-]

aktci,
<L. Actinidia chinensis> Bor. RAM '95 7+
   (2n) B is a kiwi fruit/Chinese gooseberry from S. [B-S]

albocinerei,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1a) B is albocinereous [B-]

albumini,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some albumin, a water soluble protein [B-]

albuminuri,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1a) albuminuric, having albuminuria. [K-]
   (1v) K suffer(s) from albuminuria, the presence of albumin in the urine.
   lopo — (n) albuminuria, collective term for the condition.

alcioniumi,
<Lin. Alcyonium> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is an alcionarian, an invertebrate of the subclass Alcyonium. [B-]

aldehidi,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is an aldehyde, a volatile fluid from the oxidation of alcohols. [B-]

algi,
<ISV> Bor. APL '98 7+
   (2n) B is an alga of habitat S. [B-S]

alhergi,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (2a) B is allergic to V. [B-V]
    po — (n) allergy, a specific condition of being allergic to substance...

alhizarini,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some alizarin, a colouring matter from madder. [B-]

alhofani,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some allophane. [B-]

alhumio,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some aluminum/aluminium, element 13. [B-]

alkali,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (; firpa1n) B is an alkali, a basic substance, the opposite of acid. [B-]
   (a) alkaline, having a basic reaction.

alkooli,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is an alcohol, often used for ethanol, the beverage alcohol. [B-]

almi,
<Lin. Allium spp.> Bor. FR '85 4.9
   (1n) B is an onion. [B-]

alpore,
<L. Allium porum> Bor. RAM '95 7+
   (2n) B is a leek from S. [B-S]

alsate,
<L. Allium sativum> Bor. RAM '95 7+
   (2n) B is garlic from S. [B-S]

alveoli,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is an alveolus, a pit or small depression, a tooth socket or lung cell [B-]
   (a) alveolar/alveolate, pitted. (Phon.) produced by the tongue against the teeth roots.

Ama,
<A + -ma> LW L4 '75 15
   (l) A, Latin upper case letter, one of a pool of symbols.

amblicirhiti,
<Lin. Amblycirrhites> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is a fish of the genus Amblycirrhites. [B-]

Amerikas,
<E. America> Name L4 '75 1.0
   la — (na) America, esp. the United States of America.

Ame'rikyn,
<E. American> Name JCB '96 7+
   la — (na) American, the — language, the — dialect of English.

amfibdeli,
<Lin. Amphibdella> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is a fluke of the genus Amphibdella. [B-]

amfibolurui,
<Lin. Amphibolurus> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is a lizard of the genus Amphibolurus. [B-]

amhericio,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some americium, (Am), element 95. [B-]

amhidi,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is an amide, a derivative of ammonia where an acid radical has replaced hydrogen. [B-]

amhili,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1a) B is amyl, an alcohol radical C5H11. [B-]

amhinei,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is an amine, a deriv. of ammonia where a hydrocarbon radical has replaced hydrogen. [B-]

amhini,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1a) B is amino, having an amino group. [B-]
   — acdi (ph) an amino acid, a constituent of proteins.

amperi,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (2v) V measures C in ampere (s), a unit of electric current. [V-C]
   Used In: kilvoltyamperi;  

amslana,
<US Ameslan> Bor. SLR '92 7+
   (1n) F is the Ameslan language, a sign language of the deaf. [F-]

amslani,
<US Ameslan> Bor. SLR '92 7+
   (1n) K is a user of Ameslan, a sign language of the deaf. [K-]

angini,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1v) K suffers from angina pectoris, angina of the chest. [K-]
   tceti — (ph) angina pectoris, chest pain from heart disease.

anguili,
<L Anguilli> Bor. L4 '81 7+
   (2n) B is an eel of species F. [B-F]

anhakondi,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is an anaconda, a gigantic water snake of the genus Eunectes [B-]

anhalgesiki,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1a) B is analgesic, pertaining to pain reduction. [B-]
   (n) an analgesic, a substance reducing pain.
   lopo — (n) analgesia, the reduction of pain.

anhane,
<L. Ananas comosus> Bor. RAM '95 7+
   (2n) B is a pineapple from S. [B-S]

anhasi,
<Lin. Anasidae> Bor. RAM/JCB '90 4.4
   (1n) B is a duck, a bird of the family Anasidae. [B-]
   Used In: anhasiydzo;  

anhasiydzo,
<anhasi+y+dzo(ru)=duck walk> 2-Cpx APL '99 7+
   (4v) K waddle to D from S via V. [K-DSV]

anhelidi,
<Lin.> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is an annelid, a red blooded worm of the genus Annelida. [B-]

anhemi,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1a) K is anaemic/anemic, suffering from anaemia. [K-]
   po — (n) a sp. case of anaemia, bloodlessness

anhestesi,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is an anaesthetic, a substance producing insensibility. [B-]
   (a) anaesthetic, pert. to production of insensibility.
   lopo — (n) anaesthesia, collective term.
   Used In: anhestesiydou;  

anhestesiydou,
<anhestesi+y+do(ns)u=anaesthetic give> 2-Cpx JCB '88 7+
   (3v) K anaesthetize (s) D with V. [K-DV]
   nu — (a) anaesthetised, experiencing loss of feeling.

anhili,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some anil, plant or dye. [B-]

anhilini,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some aniline, a coal tar product used in dyes. [B-]

anhodi,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is an anode, a negative electrode. [B-]

anoi,
<a + -noi> Cpd L4 '75 1.0
   (c) if/or not, between terms, converse implication.

ansa,
<Lin. Anser> Bor. RAM/JCB '99 7+
   (2n) B is a goose (female), an anseridine bird of species F [B-F]

anse,
<Lin: Anser> Bor. RAM/JCB '91 4.7
   (1a) B is goose like [B-]

ansi,
<Lin: Anser> Bor. RAM/JCB '91 4.7
   (1n) B is a gosling, an immature goose of species F [B-F]

anso,
<Lin: Anser> Bor. RAM/JCB '91 4.7
   (2n) B is a gander, an male anseridine bird of species F [B-F]

ansu,
<Lin: Anser> Bor. RAM/JCB '91 4.7
   (1n) B is a generic member of thegoose family, an anseridine bird of species F. [B-F]

Anthropoidea,
<Lin.> Name JCB '88 7+
   lao — (Na) Anthropoidea, the suborder of Primates which includes the monkeys, apes and humans.

antigeni,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is an antigen, a substance provoking formation of an antibody. [B-]

antitoksini,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (2n) B is an antitoxin to D, substance opposing toxin... [B-D]

antropoideai,
<Lin. Anthropoidea> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is a member of the Anthropoidea, a suborder of Primates including the monkeys, apes and humans. (1a) pert. to or char. of the Anthropoidea. [B-]

antropoidi,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1a) B is anthropoid, pert. to higher primates. [B-]

antropomorfi,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1a) B is anthropomorphic/anthropomorphous, having human form, or pert. to humans [B-]

ao,
LW L4 '75 1.0
   (i) yes/Iwant to/will try to..., exp. of desire/moderate intention

apllasi,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (2a) B is aplastic, shows aplasia in D. [B-D]
   lopo — (n) aplasia, mass term.

Arabias,
<Transliteration from Arabic> Name L4 '87 3.8
   (na) Arabia, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

arba,
<arabiya=Arabic> Bor. L4 '90 3.8
   (1n) B is the Arab language. [B-]

arbe,
<arabiya=Arabic> Bor. JRK '83 3.6
   (1n) B is an Arabic place/territory, a region inhabited by Arabs. [B-]

arbi,
<arabiya=Arabic> Bor. L4 '90 3.8
   (1n) B is an Arab, person of Arabic descent. [B-]

arbo,
<arabiya=Arabic> Bor. L4 '90 3.8
   (1a) B pertains to the Arab culture. [B-]

Archaepteryx lithographica,
<Lin> Name JCB '88 7+
   lao — (Na) Archaeopteryx, a fossil Jurassic bird.

argo,
<L. argentum> Bor. JCB '88 5.6
   (1n) B is some silver, element 47 (Ag) [B-]
   Used In: argoycli;  argoykoo;  

argono,
<Gr. argon> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some argon, element 18, an inert gas. [B-]

argoycli,
<argo+y+cli(ka)=silver like> 2-Cpx L4 '75 5.6
   (2a) G is more silvery, silver like than J. [G-J]
   pu — (n) a silveriness, a spec. property.

argoykoo,
<argo+y+ko(lr)o=silver colour> 2-Cpx L4 '75 5.6
   (2a) G is more silvery/silver colored than J. [G-J]
   lopu — (n) silver, the color, mass term.
   pu — (n) a silveriness, a spec. property.

arkepteriksi,
<Lin> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is an Archaeopteryx, a Jurassic fossil bird. [B-]

arsenidi,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is an arsenide, a compound of arsenic with a metal. [B-]

arseniko,
<Gr. arsenikon> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some arsenic, element 33 (As) [B-]

arteri,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is an artery, vessel conveying blood from the heart. [B-]

arteriosklerosi,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1v) K suffers from arteriosclerosis, hardening of the arteries. [K-]
   (a) is arteriosclerotic.
   lopo — (n) arteriosclerosis, collective term.

Arthropoda,
<Lin.> Name JCB '88 7+
   lao — (Na) Arthropoda, jointed appendage invertebrates.

articoke,
<Arab> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is an artichoke, a thistle like edible plant. [B-]

artiodaktili,
<Lin. Artiodactyla> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is an artiodactyl, an even toed ungulate. [B-]
   (a) artiodactyl, pert to -s.

artropodi,
<Lin. Arthropoda> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (2n) F is an arthropod, a jointed appendage invertebrate of genus B. [F-B]
   (n) arthropod, pert. to the Arthropoda.

aspherage,
<Gr. aspharagos> Bor. L1 '89 7.4
   (1n) B is a (piece of) asparagus, a Liliacean edible plant. [B-]
   lo — (n) asparagus, general term.

asphirini,
<E> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some aspirin/ASA, a common analgesic. [B-]

asthatio,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some astatine, element 85, (At) [B-]

athabrini,
<E atabrin> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some atabrin/mepacrine, an antimalarial drug. [B-]

atheri,
<Lin> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is an Atheris, a snake of that genus. [B-]

athomi,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (2n) B is an atom of F. [B-F]
   — nukle (ph) an atomic nucleus.
   Used In: athomiynue;  

athomiynue,
<athomi+y+nu(kl)e=atomic nucleus> 2-Cpx JCB '88 7+
   (2n) B is an atomic nucleus/nucleus of atom F. [B-F]

atlatlu,
<Nahuatl> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is an atlatl. [B-]

atletu,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (2n) K is an athlete in sport V. [K-V]

atmosferi,
<ISV> Bor. L4 '87 3.6
   (2n) B is the atmosphere of planet/satellite S. [B-S]

au,
LW L4 '75 1.0
   (i) I don't care/it's all the same, exp. of indifference/unconcern/absence of intention.

auksini,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (2n) B is an auxin of S, a growth promoting substance. [B-S]

aurmo,
<L. aurum> Bor. JCB '88 1.4
   (1n) B is some gold, element 79 (Au). [B-]
   Used In: aurmoycli;  aurmoykoo;  aurmoykumprati;  aurmoykuvmao;  

aurmoycli,
<aurmo+y+cli(ka)=gold like> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.4
   (2a) G is more golden/gold like than J. [G-J]

aurmoykoo,
<aurmo+y+ko(lr)o=gold colour> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.4
   (2a) G is more golden/gold colored than J. [G-J]
   (a) gold/golden, more golden than...

aurmoykumprati,
<aurmo+y+kum(tu)+prati=gold common price> 3-Cpx RAM '91 2.7
   (1n) B is a gold standard. [B-]

aurmoykuvmao,
<aurmo+y+kuv(ga)+ma(dz)o=gold cover make> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.0
   (2v) K gild (s) D - covers...with a gold film. [K-D]

austrralopithekui,
<Lin> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is an australopithecine, a hominid of the genus Australopithecus. [B-]
   Used In: austrralopithekuiyfoa;  

austrralopithekuiyfoa,
<austrralopithekui+y+fo(rm)a=australopithecine form> 2-Cpx JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is an australopithecoid, similar in form to Australopithecus. [B-]

authisti,
<ISV> Bor. APL/JCB '01 7+
   (1a) B is autistic, suffers from autism. [B-]
   po — (n) autism, the condition

azi,
<a + -zi> LW L4 '75 15
   (l) alpha, Greek lower case letter, one of pool of symbols.

B

ba,
LW L4 '75 1.4
   (art) a/an, in 'a man...'ba mrenu, some x is a man'.
   (ph) at least one /some...<, a non designating variable>.
   (pr) anybody/anything, as in 'Get anybody'.
   (pr) something/someone x,1st non designating variable of the ba series.
   — crina (ph) It is raining, 'some x is -ing'.
   to — mrenu (ph) there is/are, in 'there are two men'.

baa,
<barma> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of barma, arm

bac,
<balci> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of balci, build

bacfundi,
<ba(l)c(i)+fundi=build fond> 2-Cpx APL '98 7+
   (2a) K is building crazy about B [K-B]

bachili,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is a bacillus, popularly any bacterium. [B-]

bad,
<badlo> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of badlo, bundle.

badjo,
baj <3/3E bough;  2/2C jo> 53% C-Prim L4 '75 1.6
   (2n) B is a branch/bough/limb of F. [B-F]
   Used In: bajpro;  korbadjo;  vribadjo;  

badlo,
bad <3/3C bao;  3/5E bundle;  3/5S fardo;  3/6G buendel> 51% C-Prim L4 '75 4.0
   (2n) B is a package/parcel/bundle/pack of P. [B-P]
   Used In: badmao;  pribadlo;  sizybadlo;  

badmao,
<bad(lo)+ma(dz)o=bundle make> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.3
   (3v) K wrap/package/bundle D in B. [K-DB]
   nu — (a) packaged/bundled/wrapped.

bae,
<bande> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of bande, beyond.

Bai,
LW L4 '75 15+
   (l) B, Latin upper case letter, one of a pool of symbols.

bai,
<balci> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of balci, build

bairmubre,
<ba(lc)i+r+mubre=build wood> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.5
   (2n) B is some lumber/timber/building wood from tree/species S. [B-S]
   (a) lumber/timber, made from —.
   lo — (n) lumber (mass term).

bairmubsia,
<ba(lc)i+r+mub(re)+si(tf)a=building wood place> 3-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (1n) B is a lumber yard. [B-]

baj,
<badjo> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of badjo, bough.

bajpro,
<ba(d)j(o)+pro(ju)=bough produce> 2-Cpx L4 '75 3.2
   (2v) S branch/fork into P (collective). [S-P]
   (a) branched/forked.

bak,
<bakto> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bakto, bucket.

bakcai,
<bak(to)+ca(nl)i=bucket quantity> 2-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (2n) C is a bucketful/pailful/bucket/pail of B [C-B]

bakduo,
<bak(to)+du(rz)o=bucket do> 2-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (2v) K bucket/bail, remove water from D. [K-D]
   nu — (1a) bailable.

bakso,
bao <4/4E box;  3/4J hako;  2/4S baul;  2/5G buechse> 42% C-Prim L4 '75 2.3
   (2n) D is a box/crate/carton of/containing B. [D-B]
   Used In: baocna;  baorduo;  baormao;  baotri;  celnybao;  fanbaoduo;  grobao;  groracbao;  kerbao;  kuvbao;  morbao;  nurdaobao;  pucbao;  racbao;  racvelbao;  tovbao;  vizleibao;  

bakteri,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (2n) B is a bacterium/germ of type/genus F. [B-F]
   (a) bacterial, pert. to bacteria.
   Used In: bakteriyrodhopsini;  

bakteriofagi,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is a bacteriophage, a virus that attacks bacteria. [B-]

bakteriyrodhopsini,
<bakteri+y+rodhopsini=bacteria(l) rhodopsin> 2-Cpx JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some bacteriorhodopsin, bacterial rhodopsin. [B-]

bakto,
bak <2/3C tong;  3/5E bucket;  3/5H balti;  4/7J baketsu;  2/5R badya> 48% C-Prim L4 '75 5.6
   (2n) D is a bucket/pail of/containing B. [D-B]
   Used In: bakcai;  bakduo;  bakvla;  cmabakvla;  

bakvla,
<bak(to)+vla(ko)=bucket lake> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 2.3
   (1n) B is a sea/lake, a natural body of water with no outlet. [B-]

bal,
<balpi> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of balpi, balance

balbiu,
<bal(pi)+bi(vd)u=balance behave> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.0
   (2n) K has poise/aplomb/savoir faire in situation N. [K-N]

balcea,
<bal(pi)+ce(nj)a=balance become> 2-Cpx RAM '91 3.2
   (1v) K balance (s), be/become balanced. [K-]

balci,
bac bai <2/3C shiu;  2/3F bat ir;  2/3G bau en;  2/4E build> 44% C-Prim L4 '75 1.2
   (3v) K build (up)/erect/construct P from materials/parts S. [K-PS]
   (n) a builder/constructor/erector, one who -s.
   lopo — (n) building/construction (mass act).
   nu — (a) buildable/constructable/erectable, capable of being -ed. .
   nu — (n) a/the a building/construction/erection, the thing built.
   po — (n) a sp. act of building/construction.
   Used In: bacfundi;  bairmubre;  bairmubsia;  drinurbai;  fanbai;  ganynurbai;  grofarnurbai;  nenbacbiu;  nurbackeu;  nurbai;  nurbaibasni;  rambai;  tolganynurbai;  

balfiu,
<bal(pi)+fi(br)u=balance weak> 2-Cpx SLR '92 7+
   (2a) B is unstable/unsteady, has a poor sense of balance under conditions N. [B-N]

balfro,
<bal(pi)+fo/r(li)=balance strong> 2-Cpx SLR '92 7+
   (2a) B is well balanced, has a strong sense of balance under conditions N. [B-N]

balkao,
<bal(pi)+ka(kt)o=balance act> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.0
   (2v) K is steady/reliable in situation N. [K-N]

balko,
<Int.> I-Prim L4 '75 7.4
   (2n) B is a balcony of structure F. [B-F]
   Used In: muirbalko;  

balma,
bam <3/3F balle;  3/3G ball;  3/4S bola;  3/4J tama;  2/3E ball> 42% C-Prim L4 '75 2.1
   (1n) B is a ball/globe/sphere/orb, any spherical object. [B-]
   (a) round/spherical, pert. to -s.
   pu — (n) a sphericity, a specific property.
   Used In: bamcli;  bamfoa;  bamfomcartu;  bamhanco;  bamkuspypae;  bamsekta;  bamtrufa;  bamymoa;  fordiobalma;  pambalma;  tolbalma;  trokybalma;  trokybamduo;  

balmao,
<bal(pi)+ma(dz)o=balance make> 2-Cpx L4 '75 3.2
   (2v) K balance/equilibrate system D, an intentional act. [K-D]
   (n) balancer, one who -s.

balna,
<balnu> D-Prim APL '00 7+
   (2n) B is a female whale from S. [B-S]

balne,
<balnu> D-Prim APL '00 7+
   (2a) G is more whale like than J. [G-J]

balni,
<balnu> D-Prim APL '00 7+
   (1n) B is a whale calf from S, an infant whale. [B-S]

balno,
<balnu> D-Prim APL '00 7+
   (2n) B is a male whale from S. [B-S]

balnu,
<L. balaena> S-Prim APL '00 7+
   (1n) B is any whale from S, generic form. [B-S]

balpae,
<bal(pi)+pa(tc)e=balance apparatus> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.8
   (1n) V is a balance, a device for weighing. Cf. tidmelmai. [V-]

balpi,
bal <2/3C ping;  3/5F balance;  3/6G balance;  3/7S balance ar;  2/6E balance;  2/7J baransu> 39% C-Prim L4 '75 2.6
   (2v) K balance/be in equilibrium under forces N. [K-N]
   lopo — (n) balance/equilibrium, mass term of states.
   lopu — (n) balance/equilibrium, a mass property.
   nu — (a) balanced/in proportion.
   po — (n) a balance, a state of equilibrium.
   pu — (n) a balance/equilibrium, a spec. property.
   Used In: balbiu;  balcea;  balfiu;  balfro;  balkao;  balmao;  balpae;  baltio;  minbalpi;  

baltio,
<bal(pi)+ti(dj)o=balance heavy> 2-Cpx SRL '95 7+
   (3n) B is ballast for F weighing C. [B-FC]

bam,
<balma> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of balma, sphere.

bamcli,
<ba(l)m(a)+cli(ka)=ball like> 2-Cpx L4 '75 4.4
   (2a) G is more spheroidal/sphere like than J. [G-J]
   (n) a spheroid, a sphere like, ball shaped thing.

bamfoa,
<ba(l)m(a)+fo(rm)a=ball form> 2-Cpx L4 '75 4.4
   (1a) spherical, pertaining to geometrical spheres. [B-CC]
   (3n) B is a sphere, a geometrical figure with center C and radius C.
   lopu — (1n) sphericity (mass term).
   pu — (1n) sphericity, sp. property.

bamfomcartu,
<ba(l)m(a)+fo(r)m(a)+cartu=ball form map> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '82 2.9
   (1n) B is a globe, a spherical map. [B-]

bamhanco,
<ba(l)m(a)+hanco=ball (type of) hand> 2-Cpx JFB '87 3.0
   (1n) B is a fist, a closed hand. [B-]

bamkuspypae,
<ba(l)m(a)+kusp(o)+y+pa(tc)e=ball spread apparatus> 3-Cpx SLR '93 7+
   (2n) V is a roll on dispenser of B. [V-B]

bamsekta,
<ba(l)m(a)+sekta=ball insect> 2-Cpx APL '98 7+
   (1n) B is a bug/beetle, familiar usage. [B-]

bamtrufa,
<ba(l)m(a)+trufa=ball roof> 2-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (2n) B is a dome of structure F. [B-F]

bamymoa,
<ba(l)m(a)+y+mo(nc)a=ball mountain> 2-Cpx JFB '84 2.2
   (2n) B is a knoll of landmass F - a round topped hill/mountain. [B-F]

ban,
<bande> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bande, beyond.

banbe,
<2/2F baie;  2/3E bay;  2/3J wan;  2/5S bahia;  2/6C hai wan> 41% C-Prim L4 '75 4.5
   (2n) B is a bay of coast/shoreline F. [B-F]

banci,
<2/2C syi;  3/4F baign er;  2/3G bad;  3/5S bano;  2/4H shnan;  2/4R vana;  2/4J basu> 55% C-Prim L4 '75 3.7
   (2v) K bathe in/take a bath in D. [K-D]
   (n) a bather, one who -s.
   nu — (n) a bath, that in which one -es.
   po — (n) a bath, an act/event of -ing.
   Used In: bancycui;  bancydou;  bancykru;  cribanci;  fligrebanci;  solbanci;  

bancycui,
<banc(i)+y+cu(tr)i=bathe water> 2-Cpx L4 '75 3.9
   (1n) B is a/some bath/bathwater. [B-]

bancydou,
<banc(i)+y+do(ns)u=bath give> 2-Cpx L4 '75 3.7
   (3v) K bathe/bath, give D a bath in B. [K-DB]

bancykru,
<banc(i)+y+kru(ma)=bath room> 2-Cpx RAM '95 7+
   (1n) B is a bathroom [B-]

bande,
ban bae <4/5E beyond;  4/6S aiende;  2/6F au dela> 30% C-Prim JCB '91 1.5
   (5av) G is beyond/farther than J from D on route V by distance C. [G-JDVC]
   Used In: banfeokri;  bangoi;  banroicea;  bantraci;  banvia;  banynerbi;  banynurdja;  stabae;  susybae;  tsubae;  vijbangoi;  

banfeokri,
<ban(de)+fe(kt)o+kri(do)=beyond facts believe> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.9
   (3v) K infer/induce P from data S. [K-PS]
   lopu — (n) induction/(inductive) inference, mass preoperty of the process.
   nu — (n) an (inductive) inference.

bangoi,
<ban(de)+go(dz)i=beyond go> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 1.4
   (3v) G surpass/pass/go past/overtake J doing/going to D. [G-JD]
   nu — (a) passed/surpassed/overtaken, conv. of overtake/surpass.

banhane,
<Int.> Bor. L1 '89 6.2
   (1n) B is a banana, piece/bunch of banana(s). [B-]
   lo — (n) bananas, the mass of all bananas.

banko,
<Int.> I-Prim L4 '75 1.8
   (2n) B is a bank of place/community/banking system F. [B-F]
   nu — (n) a banking system (n), conv. of bank.
   Used In: bankyduo;  bankykeu;  bankypli;  bankysea;  bankysua;  bankytoa;  

bankyduo,
<bank(o)+y+du(rz)o=bank do> 2-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (3v) K bank/deposit money B in/at bank D. [K-BD]
   lo nu — (n) deposits, all such.
   nu — (n) deposit, money banked.

bankykeu,
<bank(o)+y+ke(rj)u=bank caretaker> 2-Cpx L4 '82 4.4
   (2n) K is a banker, owner of bank B. [K-B]
   lopo — (n) banking, mass term.
   po — (n) banking, a sp. event of bank keeping.

bankypli,
<bank(o)+y+pli(zo)=bank use> 2-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (2v) K bank at bank/financial institution D [K-D]

bankysea,
<bank(o)+y+se(tf)a=bank place> 2-Cpx SLR '95 15
   (4v) K bank/deposit money C in/at bank D in account B. [K-CDB]
   lo nu — (n) deposits, all such.
   nu — (n) deposit, money banked.

bankysua,
<bank(o)+y+su(rv)a=bank servant> 2-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (2n) B is a teller in bank/financial institution F. [B-F]

bankytoa,
<bank(o)+y+to(kn)a=bank take> 2-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (4v) K withdraw C at bank/financial institution D from account B . [K-CDB]
   nu — (n) a withdrawal.

banroicea,
<ban(de)+(g)ro(c)i+ce(nj)a=beyond anger become> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.9
   (2v) K is/are outraged by N . [K-N]
   nu — (a) outrageous.
   nu — (n) outrage.

banse,
<2/3C lan;  4/7J basketo;  3/6E basket;  2/5S cesta;  2/5F panier> 40% C-Prim L4 '75 2.8
   (2n) D is a basket of B. [D-B]
   Used In: bansycai;  

bansycai,
<bans(e)+y+ca(nl)i=basket quantity> 2-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (2n) C is a basketful/basket of B. [C-B]

bantraci,
<ban(de)+traci=beyond travel> 2-Cpx SLR '91 3.6
   (2n) V is an excursion of K - going beyond normal limits. [V-K]

banvia,
<ban(de)+vi(zk)a=beyond see> 2-Cpx JPC '83 3.0
   (3v) K see B through V, to see through a transparent medium. [K-BV]
   nu — (v) show through to (observer)...across (medium)...
   po — (n) an instance of seeing through.
   po nu — (n) an instance of showing through.

banynerbi,
<ban(de)+y+nerbi=beyond necessity> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.6
   (1a) N is superfluous/excessive, beyond requirements. [N-]

banynurdja,
<ban(de)+y+nur+dja(no)=beyond the known> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 2.5
   (1a) N is magical/supernatural/miraculous. [N-]
   lopo — (n) the supernatural, mass of supernatural events.
   po — (n) a miracle, something extraordinary/inexplicable.

bao,
<bakso> Afx APL '99 7+
   (af) a combining form of bakso, box

baocna,
<ba(ks)o+ca/n(li)=box quantity> 2-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (2n) C is a boxful/box of B. [C-B]

baorduo,
<ba(ks)o+r+du(rz)o=box do> 2-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (3v) K box/crate/pack B in box D. [K-BD]
   nu — (a) boxed/crated.

baormao,
<ba(ks)o+r+ma(dz)o=box make> 2-Cpx L1 '88 15
   (1n) K is a boxmaker. [K-]

baotri,
<ba(ks)o+tri(cu)=box tree> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 4.3
   (1n) B is a box tree. [B-]

bap,
<batpi> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of batpi, bottle.

bapcai,
<ba(t)p(i)+ca(nl)i=bottle quantity> 2-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (2n) C is a bottleful/bottle of B. [C-B]

bapduo,
<ba(t)p(i)+du(rz)o=bottle do> 2-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (2v) K bottle (s) D, put...into bottles. [K-D]
   (n) bottler, one who/that which -s.
   nu — (a) bottled.

bapra,
<2/3C ban;  3/5E operate;  3/6J hatara ku;  3/8H aparitar;  3/8R opierats iia> 45% C-Prim L4 '75 2.4
   (3v) K work/operate machine/vehicle B for use/end/function/goal P. [K-DP]
   (n) an operator, one who -s a machine...
   no nu — (a) inoperable, unable to be -d.
   nu — (a) operable/working, able to be -d.
   po — (n) an operation, an act of -ing some machine/vehicle.
   Used In: baprysio;  bermaibapra;  macbapra;  tcabapra;  

baprysio,
<bapr(a)+y+si(st)o=operate system> 2-Cpx SLR '93 7+
   (2n) B is an operating system of F. [B-F]

bar,
<barma> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of barma, arm.

barcu,
<Int.> I-Prim L4 '75 4.1
   (2n) B is a bar/tavern of place/community F. [B-F]

barda,
<4/5C bao da;  4/7R nagrada;  3/6E reward;  2/9H paritoshik> 42% C-Prim L4 '75 2.5
   (4v) K reward D for S with B. [K-DSB]
   fu — (a) rewardable, of acts which are -ed.
   ju — (b) a reward, the thing given.
   nu — (a) rewardable, of one who is -ed.
   Used In: bardycue;  lidbardygei;  morbardysia;  nornurbarda;  nurbarda;  

bardji,
<bar(ma)+dji(ne)=arm joint> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '82 4.5
   (2n) B is the shoulder of F. [B-F]

bardua,
<bar(ma)+du(rn)a=arm adorn> 2-Cpx L4 '75 6.5
   (1n) B is a bracelet, an arm ornament. [B-]

bardycue,
<bard(a)+y+cu(ts)e=reward say> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.2
   (4v) K induce (s) D to do V by offering reward N. [K-DVN]
   ju — (n) an inducement.

barkua,
<bar(ma)+ku(vg)a=arm cover> 2-Cpx RAM '87 4.5
   (2n) B is a sleeve of F [B-F]

barkuakalra,
<bar(ma)+ku(vg)a+kalra=arm cover(sleeve) collar> 3-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (2n) B is a cuff of sleeve F. [B-F]

barkuvla,
<bar(ma)+kuvla=arm cave> 2-Cpx APL '98 7+
   (2n) B is the armpit of F [B-F]

barkuvlyjuo,
<bar(ma)+kuvl(a)+y+(d)ju(p)o=arm cave(armpit) support> 3-Cpx APL '98 7+
   (1n) B is a crutch [B-]

barma,
bar baa <3/3E arm;  3/3F bras;  3/3G arm;  3/5S brazo> 45% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (2n) B is an arm of F, body part. [B-F]
   Used In: bardji;  bardua;  barkua;  barkuakalra;  barkuvla;  barkuvlyjuo;  barteu;  ganbaa;  kubnurbaa;  lanbaa;  lufbardji;  midbardji;  murbaa;  

barni,
<ISV> S-Prim JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some barium, element 56 (Ba) [B-]

barta,
<3/4G brett;  2/3C ban;  2/3J ita;  3/5H takhta;  2/4E board;  2/5S tabla> 50% C-Prim L4 '75 1.7
   (2n) B is a board/plank of material S. [B-S]
   Used In: bartyfoa;  bedbarta;  dzobarta;  felvaibarta;  klakybarta;  pucbarta;  pucbartybou;  pucbartyduo;  sanbarta;  sribarta;  

barteu,
<bar(ma)+te(tc)u=arm stretch> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (2v) K stretch the arms/reach toward/for D. [K-D]
   nu — (a) reachable/attainable. <D-K>.
   po — (n) reach, a specific act of -ing. <V-KD>.
   pu — (n) reach, a specific property. <B->.

bartyfoa,
<bart(a)+y+fo(rm)a=board form> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.6
   (2n) B is a slab of (material) S. [B-S]

bas,
<basni> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of basni, base.

basdiokonte,
<bas(ni)+di(rc)o+konte=basic direction count> 3-Cpx SLR '92 7+
   (2n) C is a dimensionality of B. [C-B]

bashaliti,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1) B is some basalt, an igneous rock. [B-]

basmoa,
<bas(ni)+mo(nc)a=base mountain> 2-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (2n) B is/are foothill (s) at the base of mountain(s) F. [B-F]

basni,
bas <4/5G basis;  3/4S base;  2/3E base;  2/3F base;  2/3H niv;  2/3F base> 38% C-Prim L4 '75 1.7
   (2n) B is a base/basis/foundation/bottom of F. [B-F]
   (a) basal/basic/fundamental, pertaining to foundations.
   nu — (v) be based/rest/founded on...
   Used In: basdiokonte;  basmoa;  baspai;  basynursri;  basysapla;  basysri;  carnurbasni;  cucbasmao;  cucbasni;  djabasni;  djabasysensi;  djabasysesmao;  herbaslimji;  kembasni;  lilbasni;  nurbaibasni;  torbasni;  

baspai,
<bas(ni)+pa(rt)i=base part> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.3
   (2n) B is an element/fundamental ingredient of F. [B-F]
   (a) elementary/fundamental.

basynursri,
<bas(ni)+y+nur+sri(te)=base writing> 2-Cpx RAM '95 7+
   (2n) B is a footnote of F. [B-F]

basysapla,
<bas(ni)+y+sapla=basic simple> 2-Cpx APL '99 7+
   (1a) B is rudimentary [B-]

basysri,
<bas(ni)+y+sri(te)=base write> 2-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (3v) K write footnote for D on page C. [K-DC]

bat,
<batmi> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of batmi, trade.

batfantoa,
<bat(mi)+fan(ve)+to(kn)a=trade reverse take> 3-Cpx JCB '95 7+
   (5v) K rebate amount C to customer D for excess payment F for good/service V. [K-CDFV]

batfusto,
<bat(mi)+fusto=trade office> 2-Cpx RAM '87 2.8
   (2a) B is the chamber of commerce of district/township/area F. [B-F]

batkle,
<bat(mi)+kle(si)=business class> 2-Cpx APL '95 7+
   (2n) B is business class accommodation in conveyance F [B-F]
   (a) business class

batlilfa,
<bat(mi)+lilfa=trade law> 2-Cpx PC '85 2.8
   (3n) B is a law dealing with transaction V of country D. [B-VD]
   lo — (n) commercial law, mass term.

batmi,
bat <3/5E barter;  3/5S cambi ar;  3/5J shobai suru;  3/6C mai mai;  2/5R miena> 45% C-Prim L4 '75 2.4
   (4v) K trade/exchange B for B with D. [K-BBD]
   (a) trade/commercial, pert. to trading.
   (n) a businessman/trader/merchant, one who -s.
   lopo — (n) barter/business/commerce, mass term for trading.
   nu — (a) commercial/exchangeable.
   po — (n) a/some barter/business/commerce, an act of trading.
   Used In: batfantoa;  batfusto;  batkle;  batlilfa;  batmra;  batmurhao;  batsia;  cmebatmi;  cmebatsio;  kakbatmi;  kulbatmi;  lerbatmi;  nenzvobatmi;  ponparbatsia;  sanbatmi;  sifbatmi;  

batmra,
<bat(mi)+ma/r(ka)=trade mark> 2-Cpx JWK '00 7+
   (3n) B is a trademark owned by D for product P [B-DP]

batmurhao,
<bat(mi)+mur(si)+ha(rk)o=trading sea harbor> 3-Cpx L4 '75 2.0
   (2n) B is a port/seaport of city/country/coastline F. [B-F]

batpi,
bap <3/4E bottle;  2/3C ping;  3/5F bouteille;  3/6S botella;  2/5H botal;  2/7R butilka> 54% C-Prim L4 '75 2.1
   (2n) D is a bottle/flask of B. [D-B]
   Used In: bapcai;  bapduo;  

batra,
<4/4J bata;  3/4E butter;  3/4G butter;  3/9S mantequilla> 34% C-Prim L4 '75 3.5
   (2n) B is some butter from source S [B-S]
   (a) butter, made of butter.
   lo — (n) butter, mass term.
   Used In: batryduo;  

batryduo,
<batr(a)+y+du(rz)o=butter do> 2-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (2v) K butter (s) D, put butter on... [K-D]

batsia,
<bat(mi)+si(tf)a=trade place> 2-Cpx DB '83 2.2
   (2n) B is a trading market at F. [B-F]

bauksiti,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (2n) B is some bauxite, an aluminium ore from S. [B-S]

be,
LW L4 '75 1.4
   (art) a/an, in 'a man...'ba mrenu, some x is a man'.
   (pr) anybody/anything, as in 'Get anybody'.
   (pr) something/someone x,2nd non designating variable of the ba series.
   — crina (ph) It is raining, 'some x is -ing'.
   su — (ph) at least one /some...<, a non designating variable>.
   to — mrenu (ph) there is/are, in 'there are two men'.

bea,
<bleka> LW L4 '75 1.4
   (c) for/as example/illustration/instance/sample, a sentence modifier. (UI).

bed,
<bedpu> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bedpu, bed.

bedbarta,
<bed(pu)+barta=bed board> 2-Cpx APL '00 7+
   (1n) B is a bed board. [B-]

bedgoi,
<bed(pu)+go(dz)i=bed go> 2-Cpx L4 '75 3.0
   (1v) K retire/go to bed. [K-]

bedhedto,
<bed(pu)+hedto=bed head> 2-Cpx FR/RAM '87 4.1
   (1n) B is a head (of bed). [B-]

bedkla,
<bed(pu)+kla(bu)=bed cloth> 2-Cpx L4 '75 4.9
   (1n) B is a sheet/bedsheet. [B-]

bedkru,
<bed(pu)+kru(ma)=bed room> 2-Cpx L4 '75 4.4
   (2n) B is a/the bedroom of F. [B-F]

bedkua,
<bed(pu)+ku(vg)a=bed cover> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.3
   (1n) B is a blanket/bedspread. [B-]

bednitmao,
<bed(pu)+nit(ci)+ma(dz)o=bed neat make> 3-Cpx SLR '93 7+
   (2v) K make bed D, arrange sheets and blankets neatly. [K-D]

bedpli,
<bed(pu)+pli(zo)=bed use> 2-Cpx SLR '94 7+
   (1v) K is in bed [K-]

bedpu,
bed <2/2C pu;  2/3G bett;  2/4J betto;  3/3E bed> 59% C-Prim L4 '75 1.4
   (1n) B is a bed, an item of furniture for sleeping. [B-]
   Used In: bedbarta;  bedgoi;  bedhedto;  bedkla;  bedkru;  bedkua;  bednitmao;  bedpli;  bedyduo;  cinbedpu;  fanbedgoi;  lumbedkua;  

bedyduo,
<bed(pu)+y+du(rz)o=bed do> 2-Cpx SLR '94 7+
   (3v) K put to bed B in/on D [K-BD]

beg,
<begco> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of begco, ask

begco,
beg beo <3/3E beg;  2/3G bett eln;  2/5C chiou> 41% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (3v) K petition/ask for/request/plead action/object V of/from D. [K-VD]
   (n) petitioner, one who -s.
   fu — (a) petitioned, recipient of a petition.
   nu — (n) request/plea, a requested behavior/object.
   po — (n) request/petition/plea, a spec. act of -ing.
   Used In: begdou;  begfurdou;  begnordou;  comtoabeo;  djabeo;  durbeo;  fekbeo;  filbeo;  folbeo;  fombeo;  furdonbeo;  gadbeo;  gadkafbeo;  genydjubeo;  godbeopre;  gozbeo;  helbeo;  hijkinbeo;  juirbeo;  kambeo;  kaonriabeo;  lilfilbeo;  merbeo;  norkafbeo;  poirbeo;  prabeo;  pranurbeo;  ratbeo;  suirbeo;  tcidybeo;  turbeo;  zavnurbeo;  

begdou,
<beg(co)+do(ns)u=request give> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (3v) K accord/grant/bestow/confer B, a requested thing, to/upon D. [K-BD]
   fu — (n) a conferree, grantee.
   no — (3v) deny/refuse request...to...
   nu — (n) a favor, a requested thing/act, conv.
   po — (n) a conferment/conferral/bestowal, an act of granting a request.

begfurdou,
<beg(co)+fur+do(ns)u=request given> 2-Cpx FR '87 3.0
   (3n) P is a grant of B for D. [P-BD]

begnordou,
<beg(co)+nor+do(ns)u=requester non grant> 2-Cpx RAM '91 2.4
   (3v) K deny/refuse request V from D. [K-VD]
   po — (n) a refusal/denial, an act of -ing a request.

bei,
LW L4 '75 15+
   (af) a combining form of berti, carry.
   (l) b, Latin lower case letter, one of a pool of symbols.

beigru,
<be(rt)i+gru(pa)=carry group> 2-Cpx APL '98 7+
   (2n) B is a train/caravan/convoy of F [B-F]

beinracveo,
<be(rt)i+n+(t)rac(i)+ve(sl)o=carry travel container> 3-Cpx APL '95 7+
   (2n) D is carry on baggage containing B [D-B]

beinreu,
<be(rt)i+n+(t)re(l)u=carry rail> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.9
   (1n) B is a yoke, a frame to aid in carrying water etc. [B-]

beitca,
<be(rt)i+tca(ro)=carry car> 2-Cpx L4 '75 6.6
   (1n) B is a truck/lorry, any motorized transport. [B-]

bek,
<bekti> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bekti, thing.

bekciu,
<bek(ti)+ci(kt)u=object equal> 2-Cpx RAM '87 2.2
   (3n) B is the peer of (object) B in characteristic C, one equal in a specified quality. e.g. These tomatoes have no peer. [B-BC]

bekfao,
<bek(ti)+fa(nd)o=object end> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.4
   (2n) B is a/the tip/end/extremity of object F. [B-F]

bekli,
bel <3/3E bell;  2/3C ling;  3/5G klingel;  2/4J beru;  2/4F cloche> 54% C-Prim L4 '75 2.5
   (1n) B is a bell, an instrument that rings. [B-]
   Used In: belcpu;  belduo;  belkru;  belsoa;  belsonpro;  cmabelsonpro;  muirbekli;  muirbelgru;  

beklia,
<bek(ti)+(c)li(n)a=object line> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.2
   (2n) F is a row/rank/file/formation including element/ s B. [F-B]

beksae,
<bek(ti)+sa(ns)e=object sense> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.1
   (3v) K perceive (s) N to be V. [K-NV]
   (a) perceptive, of perceivers.
   (n) perceiver.
   (v) catch sight of...
   lopo — (n) perception (mass act).
   lopu — (n) perception (mass property).
   nu — (a) perceptible.
   po — (n) perception (sp. act).
   pu — (n) perception (sp. property).
   pu nu — (n) perceptibility (sp. property).

bekti,
bek <2/3C u ti;  4/6R obyekt;  3/5J buttai;  4/7E object;  3/6S objeto;  3/6G objekt> 52% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (1n) B is an object/thing, anything enduring in space time. [B-]
   Used In: bekciu;  bekfao;  beklia;  beksae;  bekygru;  bekyklimao;  bekykrosio;  bekyliacko;  bekylinmao;  cmabekti;  larbekti;  nerbekti;  nurbeibekti;  plebekti;  prabekti;  rorbekti;  

bekygru,
<bek(ti)+y+gru(pa)=object group> 2-Cpx JRK/RAM '87 2.7
   (1n) F is a battery, a group of similar objects working together. [F-]

bekyklimao,
<bek(ti)+y+kli(ri)+ma(dz)o=object clear make> 3-Cpx JCB '99 7+
   (4v) K interpret/clarify object B as P for D [K-BPD]
   (n) an interpreter
   fu — (n) an interpretation/clarification (of...by...for...)
   po — (n) an interpretation/clarification (of...as...for...)

bekykrosio,
<bek(ti)+y+kro(li)+si(st)o=object flow system> 3-Cpx RAM '87 2.2
   (2n) V is the/some traffic in/of F. [V-F]

bekyliacko,
<bek(ti)+y+(c)li(n)a+cko(zu)=line cause> 3-Cpx JFB/SLR '91 3.2
   (2v) V line up D, unintentionally cause...to be placed linearly. [V-D]

bekylinmao,
<bek(ti)+y+(c)lin(a)+ma(dz)o=line make> 3-Cpx FR/SLR '91 3.2
   (2v) K line up/queue up D. intentionally cause...to be placed linearly. [K-D]
   (n) aligner, one who lines...up.
   lopo — (n) alignment, mass term.
   po — (n) an instance of alignment.

bel,
<bekli> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bekli, bell

belcpu,
<be(k)l(i)+cpu(la)=bell pull> 2-Cpx RAM '93 7+
   (2v) K ring D. [K-D]

beldu,
< 2/2C du;  3/4E belly;  3/8R zhyeludok> 50% C-Prim L4 '75 3.7
   (2n) B is a/the belly/abdomen/stomach of F. [B-F]
   (a) abdominal, pert. to the belly.
   Used In: beldygoi;  

belduo,
<be(k)l(i)+du(rz)o=bell do> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.4
   (2v) K ring/toll B(a bell). [K-B]

beldygoi,
<beld(u)+y+go(dz)i=belly go> 2-Cpx JCB '91 3
   (3v) K creep/crawl flat to D from S. [K-DS]
   (n) a crawler/creeper.
   lopo — (n) crawling/creeping, collective term for the act.

belkru,
<be(k)l(i)+kru(ma)=bell room> 2-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (2n) B is a belfry of structure F. [B-F]

belsoa,
<be(k)l(i)+so(nd)a=bell sound> 2-Cpx JLT '85 4.3
   (2n) V is a/the ringing of (bell) B. [V-B]

belsonpro,
<be(k)l(i)+son(da)+pro(ju)=bell sound produce> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 4.9
   (1n) K chime (s), produce a bell like sound. [K-]

ben,
<bendu> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bendu, band.

bendu,
ben beu <3/4E band;  3/5J bando;  3/6C yue duei> 38% C-Prim L4 '75 5.5
   (2n) F is a band/orchestra, any music performing group with players K. [F-K]
   (a) orchestral, pert. to -s.
   Used In: benmui;  benmuzmao;  cmabeu;  grobeu;  

benmui,
<ben(du)+mu(zg)i=band music> 2-Cpx L4 '75 5.5
   (3n) P is an orchestration of V for (bands/orchestras of type) N. [P-VN]
   (a) orchestral.

benmuzmao,
<ben(du)+muz(gi)+ma(dz)o=band music make> 3-Cpx L4 '75 5.5
   (4v) K orchestrate B for orchestra F as music V. [K-BFV]
   fu — (n) an orchestration, an orchestration of something.
   po — (n) an orchestration, an act of -ing.

benzeni,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some benzene, the simplest aromatic hydrocarbon. [B-]

beo,
LW L4 '75 15+
   (af) a combining form of begco, ask.
   (l) beta, Greek lower case letter, one of a pool of symbols.

ber,
<berti> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of berti, carry.

berbi,
<Arabic brbr=Berber; Barbary,North African peoples®ion> N-Prim RAM '86 5.0
   (1) B is a Moor, one of a North African people. [B-]

berbo,
<Arabic brbr=Berber; Barbary,North African peoples®ion> D-Prim RAM '86 5.0
   (1) V is Moorish culture, of a North African people. [V-]

berca,
<from berci> D-Prim JCB/RAM '91 2.6
   (1n) B is a ewe, a female sheep. [B-]

berce,
<from berci> D-Prim L4 '75 3.0
   (1a) B is ovine/sheepish, like a sheep . [B-]

berci,
<3/3H bher;  2/3E sheep;  3/5F brebis;  2/5R baran> 38% C-Prim JCB/RAM '91 3.0
   (1n) B is a lamb, an infant sheep. [B-]
   Used In: bercykeu;  bercymio;  

berco,
<from berci> D-Prim L4 '75 3.0
   (1n) B is a ram, a male sheep. [B-]

bercu,
<from berci> D-Prim L4 '75 3.0
   (1n) B is a sheep, a general term for an ovine creature. [B-]

bercykeu,
<berc(i)+y+ke(rj)u=sheep care> 2-Cpx JLT '85 4.3
   (1n) K is a pastor/shepherd, one who tends sheep. [K-]

bercymio,
<berc(i)+y+mi(tr)o=sheep meat> 2-Cpx FR '86 5.0
   (1n) B is some mutton, meat from sheep. [B-]

berhilio,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some beryllium, element 4 (Be) [B-]

berkelio,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some berkelium, element 97 (Bk) [B-]

berkoe,
<ber(ti)+ko(rc)e=carry cords> 2-Cpx APL '98 7+
   (2n) B is a harness for pack animal F. [B-F]

berlitpro,
<ber(ti)+lit(la)+pro(ju)=carry light producer> 3-Cpx RAM/JCB '91 3.1
   (1n) B is a lantern/flashlight, any portable light source. [B-]

bermacnei,
<ber(ti)+ma(t)c(i)+ne(nr)i=carry machine(vehicle) in> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 2.6
   (2a) K is aboard/on board vehicle V. [K-V]

bermai,
<ber(ti)+ma(tc)i=carry machine> 2-Cpx JCB '83 2.2
   (1n) B is a wheelbarrow/wagon/vehicle, general term for all vehicles [B-]

bermaibapra,
<ber(ti)+ma(tc)i+bapra=carry machine(vehicle) operate> 3-Cpx RAM '90 3.9
   (2v) K drive (s) vehicle B. [K-B]
   (a) driving (...).
   (n) driver (of...).

berna,
<3/4E brain;  2/3C nao;  2/5F cerveau;  2/6G gehirn;  2/7S cerebro> 45% C-Prim L4 '75 3.3
   (2n) B is a/the brain of F. [B-F]
   (a) cerebral, pert. to -s.
   lo — (n) brain, mass term.

berprati,
<ber(ti)+prati=carry price> 2-Cpx JLT '85 3.4
   (3n) C is freight, the fee for transporting S to D. [C-SD]

bertcaduo,
<ber(ti)+tca(ro)+du(rz)o=carry car do> 3-Cpx L4 '75 6.6
   (5v) K truck B to D from S by route V. [K-BDSV]
   (n) a trucker (n), one who moves goods by truck.

berti,
ber bei <3/3C bei;  3/4E carry;  2/4F port er> 54% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (4v) K carry/transport B to D from S via V. [K-BDSV]
   (n) a porter/carrier/vehicle, as 'lanolin is a vehicle for certain drugs'.
   lopo — (n) transportation, mass term.
   nu — (a) transportable, capable of being -d.
   po — (n) an inst. of transportation.
   Used In: beigru;  beinracveo;  beinreu;  beitca;  berkoe;  berlitpro;  bermacnei;  bermai;  bermaibapra;  berprati;  bertcaduo;  bertirsei;  darbei;  fadbei;  fanbei;  fatbei;  ganbei;  gozbei;  kambei;  kinbei;  macbei;  monbercko;  nabybei;  nenbei;  nenbeible;  nenbeicte;  nurbei;  nurbeibekti;  nurbeicme;  nurbeilista;  nurberdou;  nuzbei;  preberveo;  racvelbei;  sanbei;  spibei;  stofaubei;  tcabei;  tidbercko;  tidnurbei;  zvobei;  

bertirsei,
<ber(ti)+(s)tir(e)+se(tc)i=carry stair set> 3-Cpx RAM/JCB '91 4.4
   (1n) B is a ladder. [B-]

bertole,
<L. Bertholletia excelsa> Bor. RAM '95 7+
   (2n) B is a brazil nut from S. [B-S]

bet,
<betcu> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of betcu, bent

betcea,
<bet(cu)+ce(nj)a=bent become> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.4
   (1v) P warp/bend, (actor unspecified). [P-]

betcko,
<bet(cu)+cko(zu)=bent cause> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.1
   (2v) K warp/bend D (nonintentional cause). [K-D]

betcli,
<bet(cu)+cli(ka)=bent like> 2-Cpx RAM '94 1.9
   (2a) G is more bent/crooked than J. [G-J]

betcu,
bet <3/3C chu;  3/4E bent> 46% C-Prim L4 '75 1.9
   (1a) N is bent/crooked/arched/stooped. [N-]
   (n) a bend, something of bent form.
   Used In: betcea;  betcko;  betcli;  betgoi;  betmao;  betytue;  betytuebongu;  dambetcea;  korbetmao;  krebetcko;  

betgoi,
<bet(cu)+go(dz)i=bent go> 2-Cpx JCB '91 3
   (3v) K creep/crawl on hands and knees to D from S. [K-DS]
   (n) a crawler/creeper.
   lopo — (n) crawling/creeping, collective term for the act.

bethongiai,
<Lin> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is a Bettongia, a species of rodent. [B-]

betle,
<L. Piper betel> S-Prim RAM '95 7+
   (2n) B is a betel nut from S. [B-S]

betmao,
<bet(cu)+ma(dz)o=bent make> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.9
   (3v) K warp/bend D into form P, intentional. [K-DP]
   nu — (a) bent.

betvu,
<L. Beta vulgaris> S-Prim RAM '95 7+
   (2n) B is a beet from S. [B-S]

betytue,
<bet(cu)+y+tu(gl)e=bent leg> 2-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (2n) B is a/the knee of F. [B-F]

betytuebongu,
<bet(cu)+y+tu(gl)e+bongu=bent leg[knee] bone> 3-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (2n) B is a/the kneecap of F. [B-F]

beu,
<bekti> LW L4 '75 15+
   (af) a combining form of bendu, band.
   (pp) Patients/Parts, case tag (DIO).

bi,
LW L4 '75 1.0
   (v) be identical to/one and the same/the selfsame<, the identity operator.>.
   (v) be/be the same thing as, the general sign of identity.

bia,
LW L4 '75 15+
   (2v) B is part of class/set F (BI).
   (af) a combining form of bitsa, between.

biarskapi,
<bi(ts)a+r+skapi=betwen skin> 2-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (3n) K is a membrane/tissue/intersurface between B and B. [K-BB]
   lo — (n) membrane/tissue, mass term.

biartorspa,
<bi(ts)a+r+tor+spa(si)=between two space> 2-Cpx RAM/JCB '91 3.4
   (3n) K is an interface between B and B. [K-BB]

biartrida,
<bi(ts)a+r+trida=between streets> 2-Cpx RAM '90 4.6
   (1n) B is a block, the terrain between two streets. [B-]

biaski,
<bi(ts)a+ski(tu)=between sitters> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 3.0
   (2n) B is an aisle in F. [B-F]

biaspa,
<bi(ts)a+spa(si)=between space> 2-Cpx L4 '75 3.4
   (4n) B is a row/aisle of/in (structure) F between N and N. [B-FNN]

Biblos,
<International> Name RAM/JCB '90 4.1
   (na) Biblos, the Judeao Christian holy scripture.

bic,
<bilca> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bilca, military

bicfoskoi,
<bi(l)c(a)+fos(li)+ko(rj)i=military force command> 3-Cpx L4 '75 2.3
   (2v) K command (s)/have command over military force D. [K-D]
   (n) a commandant/commander, military commander.
   nu — (n) command, military forces -ed.

bicfregoi,
<bi(l)c(a)+fre(na)+go(dz)i=military front go> 3-Cpx L4 '75 1.2
   (2n) K is an officer of military group F. [K-F]

bicgru,
<bi(l)c(a)+gru(pa)=military group> 2-Cpx JLT '85 4.3
   (2n) B is a squadron of F. [B-F]

bicio,
<bi+cio> Cpd L4 '75 15
   (ms) greater than or equal to ( ), inequality oper., math.

bickri,
<bi(l)c(a)+kri(do)=military believe> 2-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (2a) G is more militaristic than J. [G-J]
   (n) a militarist, one who is -ic .

bicykompi,
<bi(l)c(a)+y+kompi=military company> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.5
   (2n) B is a military company/company of soldiers in military force F. [B-F]

bicykrisio,
<bi(l)c(a)+y+kri(do)+si(st)o=military belief system> 3-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (1n) N is a militarism, a militaristic creed. [N-]
   (a) militaristic, pert. to creeds.
   lo — (n) militarism, mass term of creeds.

bicykunkatca,
<bi(l)c(a)+y+ku(r)n(i)+katca=military warn watch> 3-Cpx L4 '75 2.0
   (2n) K is a sentry/sentinel/military guard of D. [K-D]

bicysurgru,
<bi(l)c(a)+y+sur+gru(pa)=military hierarchical group> 2-Cpx RAM/JCB '94 7+
   (1n) B is a military unit, the generic term, numbered hierarchically from small to large and prefixed with the service involved. [B-]

bicytcagru,
<bi(l)c(a)+y+tca(ro)+gru(pa)=military (fighting) vehicle group> 3-Cpx JPC '85 4.7
   (2n) K are the cavalry of F, modern sense, tank regiments. [K-F]

bid,
<bivdu> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bivdu, behave.

bidje,
bie <2/3E edge;  2/3C bir;  3/5S borde;  2/5G schneide> 44% C-Prim L4 '75 1.5
   (4n) B is an edge/side of D between surfaces S and S, any linear discontinuity. [B-DSS]
   Used In: bierfodydjoso;  bierfoldi;  bierlia;  biertai;  bieslo;  biesni;  biespa;  blabie;  citbie;  darbie;  draruabie;  durbiesni;  lanbie;  lanbiepea;  linbie;  snabiesea;  snalanbie;  telbie;  vribie;  

bidvetfa,
<bi(v)d(u)+vetfa=behaviour invent> 2-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (2v) K innovate (s) new practice P. [K-P]
   (a) innovative, referring to -ors.
   (n) an author/innovator, one who -s.
   lopo — (n) innovation, mass term.
   nu — (a) innovative, pert. to -tions.
   nu — (n) innovation, a new practice.
   po — (n) an innovation, specific act.
   pu — (n) innovativeness, spec. property.

bidzi,
<3/3E bead;  2/5C ju dz;  2/5H tasbili> 42% C-Prim JCB '90 2.7
   (2n) B is a/some bead (s) from/on ornament/garment F. [B-F]
   Used In: bidzykoe;  

bidzykoe,
<bidz(i)+y+ko(rc)e=bead string> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 4.7
   (1n) B is a rosary/string of beads. [B-]

bie,
LW L4 '75 15+
   (af) a combining form of bidje, edge.
   (ms) is a member of class/set..., the sign of mathematical class membership.

bierfodydjoso,
<bi(dj)e+r+fo(l)d(i)+y+djoso=edge fold sew> 3-Cpx RAM/JCB '91 4.4
   (2v) K hem/turn up/tuck up (garment) D -sew a hem on... [K-D]

bierfoldi,
<bi(dj)e+r+foldi=edge fold> 2-Cpx RAM/JCB '91 4.4
   (2n) B is a border/hem of F. [B-F]

bierlia,
<bi(dj)e+r+(c)li(n)a=edge line> 2-Cpx RAM/JCB '91 4.2
   (2n) B is an outline, the line described by the outer boundary of object F. [B-F]

biertai,
<bi(dj)e+r+(s)ta(l)i=edge stand> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.0
   (2v) K poise(s) at the edge of B, in equilibrium. [K-B]

bieslo,
<bi(dj)e+slo(pu)=edge slope> 2-Cpx JCB '95 7+
   (3n) B is an embankment/dike of/along F constructed for purpose P. [B-FP]

biesni,
<bi(dj)e+sni(re)=edge near> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.0
   (2v) K is/are poised at the edge of B, in equilibrium. [K-B]

biespa,
<bi(dj)e+spa(si)=edge space> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.5
   (1n) B is a margin, a space at the edge of something. [B-]

bif,
<bifci> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of bifci, bee.

bifci,
bif <2/2E bee;  2/4G biene;  2/5C mi feng;  2/5J hachi;  2/7R pchiela> 46% C-Prim L4 '75 4.1
   (1n) B is a bee, a hymenopterous insect. [B-]
   Used In: bifhaa;  biftaa;  biftcidi;  bifylaktru;  

bifhaa,
<bif(ci)+ha(sf)a=bee house> 2-Cpx WDG/JCB '86 3.5
   (2n) B is a/thehive/beehive of bee colony F. [B-F]

biftaa,
<bif(ci)+ta(kn)a=bee talk> 2-Cpx RAM/JCB '91 3.5
   (1v) K buzz, a bee like sound. [K-]
   (n) buzzer, that which -es.
   po — (n) a buzz, a specific event.

biftcidi,
<bif(ci)+tcidi=bee food> 2-Cpx JCB '86 3.5
   (1n) B is a quantity/portion of honey. [B-]

bifte,
<Int. E. beefsteak> I-Prim L4 '75 7.4
   (2n) B is a beefsteak/steak from carcass/animal F. [B-F]
   lo — (n) beefsteak/steak, the mass of all beefsteak.

bifylaktru,
<bif(ci)+y+lak(se)+tru(ke)=bee wax structure> 3-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (2n) B is a honeycomb of hive F. [B-F]

bii,
<bilti> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bilti, beautiful

bil,
<bilti> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bilti, beautiful.

bilbii,
<bil(ti)+bi(lt)i=beautiful beautiful> 2-Cpx APL ''99 7+
   (1a) B isexquisite. [B-]

bilbiu,
<bil(ti)+bi(vd)u=beautiful behaviour> 2-Cpx JCB '90 3.3
   (4a) G is more gracious to D than J is to D. (D and D may be the same or different; if the same, is not rementioned.) [G-DJD]
   (a/av) gracious/graciously.
   lopu — (n) grace/graciousness (mass term).
   pu — (n) grace/graciousness (spec. instance).

bilca,
bic <3/6E militia ;  2/4C bieng;  3/7SS militar;  2/7F militaire;  3/8G Militaer> 36% C-Prim L4 '75 2.4
   (2n) B is a military force of government/power/political entity F [B-F]
   lo — (n) the military (mass term).
   lo — je da (ph) the military of..., the military forces of some specific power.
   Used In: bicfoskoi;  bicfregoi;  bicgru;  bickri;  bicykompi;  bicykrisio;  bicykunkatca;  bicysurgru;  bicytcagru;  kerbilca;  murbilca;  pebspubilca;  

bilcea,
<bil(ti)+ce(nj)a=beautiful become> 2-Cpx RAM '91 1.5
   (1v) K become(s) beautiful, cause unspecified. [K-]
   (n) a beautifier, one who-s.

bilcko,
<bil(ti)+cko(zu)=beautiful cause> 2-Cpx RAM '91 1.5
   (2v) K beautify D, nonintentional 'This shampoo beautifies your hair'. [K-D]
   (n) a beautifier, that which -s.

bildai,
<bil(ti)+da(nc)i=beautifully designed> 2-Cpx RAM/JCB '88 4.1
   (1a) V is ingenious. [V-]
   lopu — (n) ingenuity, mass property.

bildru,
<bil(ti)+d(i)r(l)u=beauty lose> 2-Cpx SLR '92 7+
   (1v) K fade/wither/lose beauty. [K-]

bilfoa,
<bil(ti)+fo(rm)a=beautiful form> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 2.4
   (2n) N is a style of (person/object) K. [N-K]
   lopu — (n) style, mass property.

bilgra,
<bil(ti)+gra(da)=beautiful great> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.1
   (2a) G is more magnificent/grand/gorgeous/fine/beautifully great than J. [G-J]
   lopu — (n) grandness/magnificence, mass term.
   pu — (n) grandness/magnificence, spec. instance.

bilgro,
<bil(ti)+gro(da)=beautifully large> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.2
   (3v) G is more magnificent/splendid in N than J. [G-NJ]
   lopu — (n) magnificence/splendor, mass property.
   po — (n) an instance of magnificence/splendor.

bilgudbi,
<bil(ti)+gudbi=beautiful good> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.3
   (2a) G is more lovely than J. [G-J]
   lopu — (n) loveliness, mass term.
   pu — (n) loveliness, spec. instance.

bilmao,
<bil(ti)+ma(dz)o=beautiful make> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.5
   (3v) K beautify D by V, intentional. [K-DV]
   (n) a beautifier, one who-s.
   po — (n) an act o beautification, making beautiful.

bilmuo,
<bil(ti)+mu(vd)o=beautiful motion> 2-Cpx JCB '90 3.3
   (4a) G is more graceful to D than J is to D. (D and D may be the same or different; if the same, is not rementioned.) [G-DJD]
   (a/av) graceful/gracefully.
   lopu — (n) grace/gracefulness (mass term).
   pu — (n) grace/gracefulness (spec. instance).

bilplu,
<bil(ti)+plu(ci)=beautiful please> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.4
   (2v) K charm/be charming to D. [K-D]
   (a) charming, pert. to those who —.
   lopu — (n) charm, mass prop.
   pu — (n) charm, spec.property of -ers.

bilra,
<Int.> I-Prim L4 '75 7.4
   (2v) K play billiards with K. [K-K]
   (n) a billiard player.
   lopo — (n) billiards, the mass of such games.
   po — (n) some billiards, a spec. game of billiards.

bilsapla,
<bil(ti)+sapla=beautifully simple> 2-Cpx RAM '90 3.2
   (2a) G is more elegant than J. [G-J]

bilsri,
<bil(ti)+sri(te)=beautiful write> 2-Cpx SLR '92 7+
   (4v) K write beautifully P on D in style V. [K-PDV]
   (n) a calligrapher.
   lopo — (n) calligraphy, mass term.

bilti,
bil bii <4/5E beauty;  2/3F belle;  3/5C mei li;  2/6S belleza> 44% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (4a) G is more beautiful to D than J is to D. (D and D may be the same or different; and if the same, is not rementioned.) [G-DJD]
   (n) a beauty, a beautiful person/thing.
   lo — (n) beauty, mass term of -ful things.
   lopo — (n) beauty, mass states of being -ful.
   lopu — (n) beauty, the mass property of being -ful.
   po — (n) beauty, a state of being -ful.
   pu — (n) beauty, the property of being -ful.
   Used In: bilbii;  bilbii;  bilbiu;  bilcea;  bilcko;  bildai;  bildru;  bilfoa;  bilgra;  bilgro;  bilgudbi;  bilmao;  bilmuo;  bilplu;  bilsapla;  bilsri;  biltoa;  cmabii;  dilkybii;  jelbii;  mrebii;  nilbii;  norbilbiu;  nurbii;  rilbii;  selbii;  slibii;  stobii;  

biltoa,
<bil(ti)+to(kn)a=beauty take> 2-Cpx SLR '92 7+
   (3v) K strip/deprive D of beauty by V. [K-DV]

bindo,
bio <3/3E bean;  2/3C dou;  2/4G Bohne> 48% C-Prim JCB/RAM '90 4.7
   (1n) B is a/some bean (s) from source F. [B-F]

binturongi,
<Malay> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is a binturong, a prehensile tailed carnivore. [B-]

bio,
<bindo> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of bindo, bean.

birju,
<Int.> I-Prim L4 '75 3.9
   (1n) B is a glass/portion/quantity of beer. [B-]
   lo — (n) beer, mass term.

bis,
<bisli> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bisli, ice.

bisherfa,
<bis(li)+herfa=ice hair> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.4
   (2n) B is a/some frost on F. [B-F]
   nu — (a) frosty.

bishoni,
<Lin.> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1) B is a bison/American buffalo, of the genus Bison. [B-]

biskua,
<bis(li)+ku(vg)a=ice covered> 2-Cpx L4 '75 6.0
   (1a) B is icy, covered in ice. [B-]
   pu — (n) an iciness.

bisli,
bis <2/3E ice;  2/3C bing;  2/3G eis;  2/4R liod> 47% C-Prim L4 '75 2.4
   (1n) B is a piece of ice. [B-]
   (a) (made of) ice.
   lo — (n) ice (mass term).
   Used In: bisherfa;  biskua;  bisycri;  bisykuspo;  bisyskapi;  krobisli;  

bismo,
<ISV> S-Prim JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some bismuth, element 83, (Bi) [B-]

bisycri,
<bis(li)+y+cri(na)=ice rain> 2-Cpx JPC '85 4.7
   (1n) V is some hail, ice precipitation. [V-]

bisykuspo,
<bis(li)+y+kuspo=ice spread> 2-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (2v) B glaciers, overflows with ice to/over F. [B-F]

bisyskapi,
<bis(li)+y+skapi=ice skin> 2-Cpx JRK '85 4.4
   (1n) V is some sleet/freezing rain. [V-]

bit,
<bitsa> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bitsa, between.

bitce,
<4/4 R bich;  3/4C bien;  3/6G peitsche;  2/5E switch;  2/4J muchi> 45% C-Prim L4 '75 4.8
   (1n) B is a whip/lash. [B-]
   Used In: bitcyduo;  

bitcyduo,
<bitc(e)+y+du(rz)o=whip do> 2-Cpx L4 '75 4.8
   (2v) V whip/lash D. [V-D]

bithi,
<Int.> S-Prim SLR '93 7+
   (2v) B measures C in bit/binary digit (s) default 1. [B-C]
   Used In: vorbithi;  

bitlitla,
<bit(sa)+litla=between light> 2-Cpx JFB '84 3.8
   (1n) V is dusk/twilight, the period between day and night twilight. [V-]

bitpoldi,
<bit(sa)+poldi=between nations> 2-Cpx RAM '87 4.2
   (1a) B is international, of/or relating to two or more nations or nationalities. [B-]

bitsa,
bit bia <3/4C tsai;  2/3E beside;  3/7H bichmen> 43% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (2pp) B is between/among F, collective. [B-F]
   (av) alongside...
   (pp) beside...
   Used In: biarskapi;  biartorspa;  biartrida;  biaski;  biaspa;  bitlitla;  bitpoldi;  bitsea;  bodmonbia;  dramonbia;  fildybiatri;  fordybia;  fordybiaspa;  monbia;  punfysonbia;  spabia;  tilbybiatue;  torspabia;  tribiafii;  tridybia;  

bitsea,
<bit(sa)+se(tf)a=between place> 2-Cpx FR '85 4.6
   (3v) K interpose (s) between B and B. [K-BB]
   lopo — (n) interposition, placing...between...and...

biu,
<blicu=possible> LW JCB '97 1.0
   (af) a combining form of bivdu, behave.
   (av) possible/perhaps/maybe, the objective sense. E.g., Da biu mamla X is possibly a mammal. Cf. ii for the subjective sense.
   (in) possibly, is possibly true/may happen (under the circumstances implied by speech) (PA). E.g., Ta biu mamla That's possibly a mammal.
   (pp) (that...is )possible under conditions..., used before state/event terms. E.g., Da mamla biu ta (That) X is a mammal is possible under those conditions.

biudju,
<bi(vd)u+dju(di)=behave judge> 2-Cpx RAM/JCB '90 5.1
   (3v) K judge (s) the behavior of D about N. [K-DN]
   (n) arbiter/arbitrator, one who judges behaviour.
   po — (n) arbitration, a spec. instance of -ing.

biumia,
<biu+mia> LW JCB '97 7+
   (pp) could/might/would possibly, the subjective subjunctive operator; used before an argument, usually a lepo clause, to give the accompanying predicate a subjunctive sense (PA). E.g., Mi hapci biumia lepo mi bragaiI am possibly happy in the mental place where I am king (I might be happy if I were king).
   — ba (ph) could/might/would possibly, as used in subjective subjunctive sentences in which the causal condition is missing. E.g., Mi hapci biumia baI might be happy (in some mental place/under some unspecified condition x).

biunrofsu,
<bi(vd)u+n+rofsu=behaviour rough> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.5
   (2a) K is harsh in behaviour N - see specific sense words. [K-N]
   lopu — (n) harshness/severity (in behaviour...).

biuvie,
<biu+vie> LW JCB '97 7+
   (pp) could/might/would possibly, the objective subjunctive operator; used before an argument, usually a lepo clause, to give the accompanying predicate a subjunctive sense (PA). E.g., Mi hapci biuvie lepo mi bragaiI am possibly happy in the possible world where I am king (I might be happy if I were king). Cf. biumia for the subjective sense of this subjunctive.
   — ba (ph) could/might/would possibly, as used in objective subjunctive sentences in which the causal condition is missing. E.g., Mi hapci biuvie baI might be happy (in some possible world/under some unspecified condition x). Cf. biumia ba for the subjective version of this subjunctive.

biv,
<bivdu> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bivdu, behave.

bivcea,
<biv(du)+ce(nj)a=behaviour change> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.9
   (3v) V adapt/adjust/fit behavior to situation N by V. [V-NV]
   (a) adaptable (behaviourally)/adaptive (to situations).
   lopo — (n) adaption, mass term.
   po — (n) an adaption, spec. case.
   pu — (n) adaptability, as of individuals.

bivceamao,
<biv(du)+ce(nj)a+ma(dz)o=behavior change make> 3-Cpx FR '86 2.8
   (3v) K reform (s) D by V. [K-DV]
   po — (n) reform/an act of -ing.

bivdia,
<biv(du)+di(tc)a=behaviour teach> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.9
   (4v) K train/condition/educate D to do/produce behavior N under V. [K-DNV]
   (n) a trainer, one who -s.
   lopo — (n) training/conditioning, mass term.
   nu — (a) trained, of that which/one who is -d.
   po — (n) some training/conditioning, spec.instance.

bivdu,
biv bid biu <3/5E behave;  3/5C tai du> 35% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (3v) K behave/exhibit behaviour P, an action/behavior, in setting/situation N. Cf. clibiu for role modeled behavior. [K-PN]
   (a) psychological, pert. to behavior.
   lo nu — (n) behavior, the mass of all such iors
   lopo — (n) behavior, mass term of events.
   nu — (n) behavior, the behavior of a er in a specific situation.
   nu — (n) a/the conduct, specific behaviour of...
   po — (n) behavior, a spec. event or case of -ing.
   Used In: balbiu;  bidvetfa;  bilbiu;  biudju;  biunrofsu;  bivcea;  bivceamao;  bivdia;  bivfoa;  bivklimao;  bivsaa;  bivsanduo;  bivsensi;  bivsesmao;  clibiu;  clubiu;  dakbiu;  dakbivsei;  firbiu;  fombiu;  fomckabiu;  fomveibiu;  grubivsio;  gudbiu;  hairbiu;  hapdakbiu;  leldakbiu;  lidyzavbiu;  livbiu;  mambiu;  muvbiu;  nenbacbiu;  norbilbiu;  norlilbiutro;  ponclibiu;  pulbiu;  raordakbiu;  rembiu;  risybiu;  roirdakbiu;  rulbivmao;  sanbiu;  selkunbiu;  smibiu;  sudnybiu;  tsebiu;  tsefucbiu;  zavbiu;  zavbivcue;  zavbivdiu;  zavbivtaa;  zavkaobiu;  

bivfoa,
<biv(du)+fo(rm)a=behavior pattern> 2-Cpx FR '85 2.4
   (3n) N is a conduct/manner/fashion/style/mode, way of behaving of K under V. [N-KV]
   lo — (n) manners (mass term).

bivklimao,
<biv(du)+kli(ri)+ma(dz)o=behaviour clear make> 3-Cpx JCB '99 7+
   (4v) K interpret/clarify V as P for D. [K-VPD]
   (n) an interpreter
   fu — (n) an interpretation/clarification (of...by...for...)
   po — (n) an instance of interpretaion/clarification (of...as...for...)

bivsaa,
<biv(du)+sa(np)a=behaviour sign> 2-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (2n) V is a gesture/behavioral sign meaning P. [V-P]
   lo — (n) gesture (mass term).

bivsanduo,
<biv(du)+san(pa)+du(rz)o=behave sign do> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '89 3.8
   (2v) K gesture (s) to D. [K-D]
   po — (n) a specific gesture.

bivsensi,
<biv(du)+sensi=behaviour science> 2-Cpx L4 '75 8.5
   (1n) V is an instance of psychology/behavioral science. [V-]
   (a) psychological, pert to -y.
   lo — (n) psychology, mass term.

bivsesmao,
<biv(du)+se(n)s(i)+ma(dz)o=behaviour science make> 3-Cpx L4 '75 8.5
   (1n) K is a psychologist/behavior scientist. [K-]

bizhantinu,
<Byzantine> Bor. RAM '93 7+
   (1a) B is Byzantine. [B-]

bla,
<blada> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of blada, blade.

blabi,
lab <3/3C bai;  3/3F blanc;  3/5S blanc o;  2/4R biel yi> 42% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (2a) G is whiter than J. [G-J]
   (n) a white, a white thing/fig., person.
   lopu — (n) white, the colour, mass term.
   pu — (n) a whiteness, a spec. property.
   Used In: labcea;  labcko;  labcli;  labmao;  labpurpu;  labyredro;  malblabi;  malylabcea;  sniblabi;  

blabie,
<bla(da)+bi(dj)e=knife edge> 2-Cpx RAM/JCB '87 2.2
   (2n) B is the sharp edge of tool/weapon F. [B-F]

blacucgoi,
<bla(da)+cu(t)c(i)+go(dz)i=blade shoe go> 3-Cpx SLR '92 7+
   (4v) K skate (s) to D from S via V. [K-DSV]
   (n) K is a skater.

blacucpli,
<bla(da)+cu(t)c(i)+pli(zo)=blade shoe use> 3-Cpx SLR '92 7+
   (1v) K skate (s), without destination, as in a rink. [K-]

blacutci,
<bla(da)+cutci=blade shoe> 2-Cpx SLR '92 7+
   (1n) B is an ice skate. [B-]

blada,
bla <3/4E blade;  3/4G blatt;  2/3C dao;  2/3F lame;  2/6J katana> 48% C-Prim L4 '75 4.5
   (2n) B is the blade of F. [B-F]
   Used In: blabie;  blacucgoi;  blacucpli;  blacutci;  blakrilu;  blamroza;  blatau;  cpublakrilu;  cutblabou;  datbla;  nurcpublakrilu;  pucblakrilu;  siubla;  sniklubla;  

blakrilu,
<bla(da)+krilu=blade wheel> 2-Cpx RAM/SLR '95 7+
   (2n) B is a rotor/propeller/screw of F. [B-F]

blamroza,
<bla(da)+mroza=bladed hammer> 2-Cpx L4 '75 5.0
   (1n) B is an axe. [B-]

blanu,
<3/3E blue;  3/3C lan;  4/4G blau;  2/3F bleu;  2/4H nila;  2/4S azul;  2/7R galuboi> 76% C-Prim L4 '75 1.4
   (2a) G is bluer than J. [G-J]
   (a) blue, a blue coloured thing.
   (n) blue, a blue thing.
   lopu — (n) blue, the colour, mass term.
   pu — (n) blueness, a spec. property.
   Used In: blanysitha;  

blanysitha,
<blan(u)+y+sitha=blue jay> 2-Cpx APL/RAM '00 7+
   (n) B is a blue jay from S. [B-S]

blatau,
<bla(da)+ta(rm)u=blade weapon> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.0
   (1n) B is a sword, a bladed weapon. [B-]

ble,
<bleka> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bleka, look at

blefoa,
<ble(ka)+fo(rm)a=look form> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.9
   (2n) V is look/mien/manner of looking of K. [V-K]

blegoi,
<ble(ka)+go(dz)i=look go> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.9
   (3v) K scout (out) N for purpose P. [K-NP]
   (n) a scout, one who -s.

bleka,
ble <3/4G blick en;  2/3E look;  2/3C kan;  2/3H dekh na> 47% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (2v) K regard/view/look at/toward D. [K-D]
   (i) look!.
   nu — (n) a view, something looked at.
   po — (n) a look, an act of -ing.
   Used In: blefoa;  blegoi;  blekue;  blemao;  blesia;  cilble;  conblekue;  damble;  darblemai;  dioble;  duible;  fuible;  ganble;  genble;  gensnible;  jarble;  kubmekble;  kubyble;  kukble;  lisyble;  lisyblegoi;  lufble;  nenbeible;  paspyble;  prable;  prible;  raeble;  reible;  roible;  selblerie;  selganble;  smible;  snible;  sniblegea;  tamble;  tanmekble;  teible;  

blekue,
<ble(ka)+ku(mc)e=look reciprocally> 2-Cpx APL '00 7+
   (1v) K look at each other, [K-]

blemao,
<ble(ka)+ma(dz)o=look make> 2-Cpx SLR '94 7+
   (3v) K show (person) D (thing) B [K-DB]

blesia,
<ble(ka)+si(tf)a=look location> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (3n) V is a viewpoint/point of view/perspective of K on D. [V-KD]

bli,
<blicu> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of blicu, possible.

blicea,
<bli(cu)+ce(nj)a=possible become> 2-Cpx RAM '91 1.8
   (2v) D is/are enabled by K, intransitive 'The interrupt was enabled'. [D-K]

blicko,
<bli(cu)+cko(zu)=possible cause> 2-Cpx RAM '91 1.8
   (3v) N enable/make possible for K to do V, nonintentional 'The inheritance enabled my trip'. [N-KV]

blicu,
bli <3/4C ye syu;  3/7E possibly;  2/6F possible;  2/7S posible> 36% C-Prim L4/JCB '75/'97 1.0
   (3a) state/event V is possible/might be/happen/has a probability greater than zero of being/happening under conditions N given knowledge system S. [V-NS]
   (av) possibly, in a possible way.
   (n) apossibility, a possible state or event.
   lo — (n) possibility, the mass of ible states/events
   lopu — (n) possibility, the mass of such properties
   pu — (n) a possibility, a prop. of a -ble thing.
   Used In: blicea;  blicko;  blidensae;  blidensaecko;  blifeo;  blifikco;  bliklimao;  bliklimazmao;  blikui;  blililfa;  blimao;  blipeo;  blipruduo;  blispe;  blitra;  blitratiu;  cabnorbli;  cmablistari;  cuirtcenorbli;  fuibli;  klinorbli;  majblifikco;  norbli;  norblicko;  norblidaa;  sesyblifikco;  sesymajblifikco;  viznorbli;  

blidensae,
<bli(cu)+den(ro)+sa(ns)e=possible danger sense> 3-Cpx RAM/JCB '90 3.1
   (2v) D is/are alarmed/startled by V. [D-V]
   nu — (a) alarming, causing —.
   nu — (v) alarm/startle...by...
   po nu — (n) alarm, a spec. state.

blidensaecko,
<bli(cu)+den(ro)+sa(ns)e+cko(zu)=possible danger sense cause> 4-Cpx RAM/JCB '90 3.1
   (3v) K alarm/startle D by V. [K-DV]
   (a) alarming, causing —.
   po — (n) alarm, a spec. state.

blifeo,
<bli(cu)+fe(kt)o=possible fact> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (2n) B is a case/possibility/possible outcome of V. [B-V]

blifikco,
<bli(cu)+fikco=possible fiction> 2-Cpx SLR '92 7+
   (2n) P is a work of imaginative fiction by K (SF and Fantasy). [P-K]

bliklimao,
<bli(cu)+kli(ri)+ma(dz)o=possible clear make> 3-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (2n) P is a hypothesis of/about B. [P-B]
   (a) hypothetical, pert. to hypotheses.

bliklimazmao,
<bli(cu)+kli(ri)+ma(d)z(o)+ma(dz)o=possible clear make make;  clear make=explain> 4-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (3v) K hypothesize (s) P about B. [K-PB]

blikui,
<bli(cu)+ku(nc)i=possible related> 2-Cpx EM '95 7+
   (3v) B are/occur in a world/context/possibility related to F by possibility relation N. [B-FN]

blililfa,
<bli(cu)+lilfa=possible law> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.9
   (3n) B is a bill/projected law proposed by K to legislature D. [B-KD]

blimao,
<bli(cu)+ma(dz)o=possible make> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.8
   (3v) K enable/make possible for D to do P, intentional. [K-DP]

blipeo,
<bli(cu)+pe(ns)o=possible think> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (2v) K speculate about/consider/contemplate/wonder whether V. [K-V]
   (a) speculative, pert to one who -s.
   lopo — (n) consideration/speculation, mass term.
   po — (n) a consideration/speculation, spec. event.

blipruduo,
<bli(cu)+pru(ci)+du(rz)o=possibility test do> 3-Cpx DB/JCB/RAM '83 2.2
   (3v) K do experiment V to test hypothesis/model P. [K-VP]
   (n) an experimenter (of...for...).
   fu — (n) a hypothesis, to be tested by experiment.
   nu — (n) an experiment (by...to...), that which is done.
   po — (n) an experiment (...to...), the process of -ing.

blispe,
<bli(cu)+spe(ni)=possible experience> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.7
   (3a) D is subject/liable to V under conditions N. [D-VN]
   lopo — (n) liability, mass state.
   po — (n) liability, a state of being —.

blitra,
<bli(cu)+tra(du)=possible truth> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 4.1
   (2n) P is a conjecture that N , a proposal that...is true. [P-N]

blitratiu,
<bli(cu)+tra(du)+ti(fr)u=possible truth offer> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 4.1
   (2v) K conjecture (s) P, proposal that...is true. [K-P]

blo,
<bloda> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bloda, hit.

blobue,
<blo(da)+bu(st)e=blow step> 2-Cpx SLR '91 3.5
   (2v) K stamp/step on D, to kill or injure [K-D]

bloda,
blo <3/3E blow;  2/2C da;  3/4G blas en;  2/4R udar> 62% C-Prim L4 '75 1.1
   (3v) K hit/strike D with V. [K-DV]
   (n) a hitter/striker, one who -s.
   po — (n) a blow/hit/stroke, an act of striking.
   Used In: blobue;  blodzo;  blofaa;  blohou;  bloklu;  blonajda;  blosonmao;  blosti;  bueblo;  filnurblo;  hanblo;  kinblo;  kinblosoa;  latblo;  minblo;  muoblo;  muvblosoa;  najblo;  nazbyblo;  pilblo;  renblo;  rorblo;  rorbloklu;  saeblo;  tceblo;  

blodzo,
<blo(da)+dzo(ru)=blow walk> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.5
   (1v) K stamp (s), a forceful gait for emotional or footwear cleaning reason. [K-]

blofaa,
<blo(da)+fa(lb)a=hit fail> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (2v) K miss/fail to hit target D. [K-D]
   po — (n) a miss, an event of -ing.

blohou,
<blo(da)+ho(ld)u=strike hole> 2-Cpx APL '99 7+
   (2n) B is an impact crater in F [B-F]

bloklu,
<blo(da)+ku/(t)l(a)=strike cut> 2-Cpx L4 '75 4.2
   (2v) K chop (s) D. [K-D]
   (n) a chopper, one who/that which -s.

bloku,
<4/4R blok;  4/4F bloc;  4/4G Block;  4/5S bloque;  3/4E block;  w/5H kunda> 54% C-Prim PI '88 4.6
   (2n) B is a block of F. [B-F]

blonajda,
<blo(da)+najda=strike knife> 2-Cpx FR/RAM '87 4.9
   (1n) B is a dagger. [B-]

blosonmao,
<blo(da)+son(da)+ma(dz)o=hit sound make> 3-Cpx RAM '87 2.2
   (3v) K knock/rap on D with V. [K-DV]

blosti,
<blo(da)+sti(se)=blow stopper> 2-Cpx JCB '87 3.1
   (2n) B is a shield against (blows) V. [B-V]

blu,
<bludi> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bludi, blood.

bludi,
blu <3/4E blood;  3/4G blut> 25% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (2n) B is a drop/quantity of blood from F. [B-F]
   (a) blood, made of blood.
   lo — (n) blood, mass term.
   Used In: bludru;  bludrumalbi;  blukua;  blutoa;  blutoaspi;  bluzvokro;  hebyblu;  

bludru,
<blu(di)+d(i)r(l)u=blood lose> 2-Cpx SLR '92 7+
   (2n) D bleed from S. [D-S]

bludrumalbi,
<blu(di)+d(i)r(l)u+malbi=blood lose invalid> 3-Cpx SLR '92 7+
   (2n) D is a haemophiliac/hemophiliac of type F. [D-F]

blukua,
<blu(di)+ku(vg)a=blood cover> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.9
   (2a) G is bloodier/more blood covered than J. [G-J]
   (a) bloody.
   pu — (n) bloodiness, the property of being —.

blusa,
<Int.> I-Prim L4 '75 6.8
   (1n) B is a blouse, a full upper garment. [B-]

blutoa,
<blu(di)+to(kn)a=blood take> 2-Cpx JFB '88 4.4
   (3v) K bleed/draw blood from D for reason/purpose P. [K-DP]
   po — (n) an instance of bleeding/bloodtaking.

blutoaspi,
<blu(di)+to(kn)a+spi(cu)=blood take spirit> 3-Cpx SLR '92 7+
   (2n) K is a vampire according to tradition/mythos S. [K-S]

bluzvokro,
<blu(di)+zvo(to)+kro(li)=blood out flow> 3-Cpx RAM '87 4.4
   (2vi) D bleed (s) (person/animal) from conditions S. [D-S]
   (a) bleeding, pertaining to -ing.
   (n) bleeder/haemophiliac, one subject to -ing.
   lopo — (n) haemhorrhage, mass term.
   po — (n) a haemhorrhage, an instance of -ing.

bo,
LW L4 '75 1.4
   (art) a/an, in 'a man...'ba mrenu, some x is a man'.
   (ph) at least one /some...<, a non designating variable>.
   (pr) something/someone x,3rd non designating variable of the ba series.
   (pr) anybody/anything, as in 'Get anybody'.
   — crina (ph) It is raining, 'some x is -ing'.
   to — mrenu (ph) there is/are, in 'there are two men'.

bod,
<broda> LW L4 '81 15+
   (af) a combining version of broda, broken.

bodcea,
<b(r)od(a)+ce(nj)a=break change> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.1
   (1v) D break (down)/becomebroken/inoperable, intransitive. [D-]
   po — (n) a breakdown, a process of —.

bodcko,
<b(r)od(a)+cko(zu)=break cause> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.1
   (2v) N break D/renders ... inoperable, nonintentional 'The fall broke his arm'. [N-D]
   nu — (a) broken/breakable.

bodmao,
<b(r)od(a)+ma(dz)o=break make> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.1
   (2v) K break D/renders ... inoperable by ..., intentional. [K-D]
   nu — (a) broken/breakable.

bodmonbia,
<b(r)od(a)+mon(ca)+bi(ts)a=broken mountain between> 3-Cpx L4 '75 5.9
   (2n) B is a gorge/canyon of river/stream S. [B-S]

boi,
<botci> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of botci, boy

boicli,
<bo(tc)i+cli(ka)=boy like> 2-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (2a) G is more boyish/boylike than J. [G-J]
   pu — (n) a boyishness, a spec.prop.

bojhole,
<Fr. Beaujolais> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1) B is a Beaujolais, a French red wine. [B-]

bomba,
<Int.> I-Prim L4 '75 7.4
   (1n) B is a bomb, an exploding weapon. [B-]
   lo — (n) bomb (s), mass term.
   Used In: bombyflemai;  flebomba;  hanbomba;  

bombyflemai,
<bomb(a)+y+fle(ti)+ma(tc)i=bomb fly machine> 3-Cpx APL '95 7+
   (2n) B is a bomber aircraft of airforce F [B-F]

bon,
<bongu> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bongu, bone

bonflo,
<bon(gu)+fo/l(ma)=bone full> 2-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (2a) G is more bony/bonier than J. [G-J]
   pu — (n) a/some boniness, a spec.prop.

bongu,
bon < 3/3E bone;  2/2C gu;  2/4J hone> 56% C-Prim L4 '75 2.6
   (2n) B is a bone of F. [B-F]
   (a) bone, made of bone.
   lo — (n) bone, mass term.
   Used In: betytuebongu;  bonflo;  brutybongu;  ditbongu;  ficbongu;  frubongu;  hedbongu;  

bor,
<borku> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of borku, bow

borcpu,
<bor(ku)+cpu(la)=bow pull> 2-Cpx APL '00 7+
   (1v) K draw bow, prepares to shoot an arrow. [K-]

bordo,
<Fr. Bordeaux> N-Prim JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is a Bordeaux/claret, a wine of Bordeaux [B-]

borkoe,
<bor(ku)+ko(rc)e=bow cord> 2-Cpx APL '85 7+
   (2n) B is a bow-string of weapon F. [B-F]

borku,
bor <2/2E bow;  2/3C kung;  2/3F arc;  2/4S arco;  2/5G bogen> 56% C-Prim L4 '75 2.4
   (1n) B is a bow, for shooting arrows. [B-]
   Used In: borcpu;  borkoe;  bortcidi;  

borno,
<ISV> S-Prim JCB '88 7+
   (2n) B is some boron, element 5 (B) [B-B]

bortcidi,
<bor(ku)+tcidi=bow food> 2-Cpx RAM '90 2.8
   (1n) B is an arrow, ammunition for a bow. [B-]

bot,
<botsu> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of botsu, boat

botbou,
<bot(su)+bo(ts)u=boat boat> 2-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (1n) B is a dinghy/lifeboat, a small boat carried on another. [B-]

botce,
<botci> D-Prim RAM '00 7+
   (1n) B is boyishness/boylike, behaving like a boy [B-]
   lopo — (n) boyishness, mass term.
   po — (n) a boyishness, a specific instance.

botci,
boi <3/3E boy;  4/6J bochan;  3/7R malchik;  2/7C syiao nan;  2/8S muchacho> 46% C-Prim L4 '75 1.4
   (1n) B is a boy/lad, a male child. [B-]
   lopo — (n) boyhood, mass term.
   po — (n) a boyhood, a specific instance.
   Used In: boicli;  nilboi;  nilboicli;  nilboikru;  

botkocduo,
<bot(su)+ko(r)c(e)+du(rz)o=boat cord do> 3-Cpx RAM '87 4.6
   (3v) K moor (s) boat D to B. [K-DB]

botkoi,
<bot(su)+ko(rj)i=boat command> 2-Cpx L4 '75 4.4
   (2n) K is a commander of ship/force D. [K-D]

botkoisia,
<bot(su)+ko(rj)i+si(tf)a=boat command place> 3-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (2n) B is the bridge of ship F. [B-F]

botkua,
<bot(su)+ku(vg)a=boat cover> 2-Cpx NT '83 3.3
   (2n) B is a/the deck of boat/vessel F. [B-F]

botkunhaa,
<bot(su)+ku(r)n(i)+ha(sf)a=boat warn house> 3-Cpx SRL '95 7+
   (2n) B is a lighthouse of area N. [B-N]

botliu,
<bot(su)+li(tn)u=boat restrain> 2-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (3v) K moor boat B at D. [K-BD]

botliupae,
<bot(su)+li(tn)u+pa(tc)e=boat restrain apparatus> 3-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (2n) B is/are the mooring (s) of boat D. [B-D]

botlufta,
<bot(su)+lufta=boat lift> 2-Cpx JLT '85 4.2
   (2n) B is a lock in (canal) F a section of a canal closed off by gates in which a boat is raised or lowered in/along waterway... [B-F]

botnei,
<bot(su)+ne(nr)i=boat in> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 2.6
   (2a) D is aboard/on board boat/ship B. [D-B]

botni,
<4/5S boton;  4/5J botan;  3/4E button;  2/3C niu;  3/5H batan;  2/4F bouton> 64% C-Prim L4 '75 3.7
   (2n) B is a button of/from F. [B-F]
   Used In: botnyduo;  

botnyduo,
<botn(i)+y+du(rz)o=button do> 2-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (2v) K button (s) D. [K-D]

botsu,
bot bou <3/3E boat;  3/3G boot;  3/4S bote;  3/4J boto;  2/5C chuan> 54% C-Prim L4 '75 2.6
   (1n) B is a boat/canoe/craft/cutter/vessel, a generic term for all types of water craft. [B-]
   Used In: botbou;  botbou;  botkocduo;  botkoi;  botkoisia;  botkua;  botkunhaa;  botliu;  botliupae;  botlufta;  botnei;  boufre;  bougru;  bourskapi;  bourspina;  bourstosia;  bourtolpae;  cutblabou;  cutpravalbou;  cutvaobou;  dorbougru;  grobou;  grobousui;  kerflofybou;  pergrobou;  pucbartybou;  pucbou;  resrybou;  safbou;  surbougrukoi;  tcelybou;  

bou,
<botsu> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of botsu, boat

boufre,
<bo(ts)u+fre(na)=boat front> 2-Cpx FR '87 3.8
   (2n) B is a/the prow/bow of boat F. [B-F]

bougru,
<bo(ts)u+gru(pa)=boat group> 2-Cpx L4 '75 3.0
   (2n) F is a fleet/group of boats including member/ s B. [F-B]

bourskapi,
<bo(ts)u+r+skapi=boat skin> 2-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (2n) B is the hull of boat F. [B-F]

bourspina,
<bo(ts)u+r+spina=boat spine> 2-Cpx RAM '95 7+
   (2n) B is the keel of boat F. [B-F]

bourstosia,
<bo(ts)u+r+sto(lo)+si(tf)a=boat stay place> 3-Cpx RAM/JCB '90 4.7
   (2n) B is a pier/dock at F. [B-F]

bourtolpae,
<bo(ts)u+r+t(r)ol(i)+pa(tc)e=boat control apparatus> 3-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (2n) B is the tiller/helm of ship F. [B-F]

bra,
<brana> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of brana, born

Brachiopoda,
<Lin.> Name JCB '88 7+
   lao — (na) Brachiopoda, shelled animals

bradei,
<bra(na)+de(nl)i=born day> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.8
   (2n) V is a/the birthday of B. [V-B]

brafurlei,
<bra(na)+fur+le(tc)i=born permitted> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 12+
   (3v) D has rights B under law/custom N by the circumstances of da's birth. [D-BN]
   fu — (1n) a birthright law/custom.
   nu — (2n) a/the birthright of..., one's right by birth. .

Brag,
<Log.bragai> Name L4 '75 1.0
   (voc) King, a vocative.
   la — (na) King, a name/name part as in 'la brag artur'.

bragai,
<bra(na)+ga(rn)i=born rule> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (2n) B is a/the king/queen/monarch/emperor/empress/sultan of F. [B-F]
   (a) regal/royal, pert. to kings.
   le fa — (n) a/the crown prince, a future king.
   nu — (n) a domain/realm/kingdom, that which is ruled.
   po — (n) a reign, sp. period of rule.

bragaicli,
<bra(na)+ga(rn)i+cli(ka)=born govern like> 3-Cpx L4 '75 1.5
   (2a) G is more regal/kingly than J [G-J]
   pu — (n) a kingliness, a spec. property.

bragaigra,
<bra(na)+ga(rn)i+gra(da)=born govern(royal) great> 3-Cpx L4 '75 2.3
   (2a) G is more grand/majestic/magnificent than J. [G-J]
   lopu — (n) majesty, mass term of properties.
   pu — (n) a majesty, a spec. property.

bragaigru,
<bra(na)+ga(rn)i+gru(pa)=born govern group> 3-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (2n) B are a/the (royal) court/retinue of F. [B-F]
   (a) courtly, pert. to royalty.

bragaigrudjo,
<bra(na)+ga(rn)i+gru(pa)+djo(ri)=king's group member> 4-Cpx FR '86 4.9
   (2n) B is a courtier in court F. [B-F]

bragardea,
<bra(na)+gar(ni)+de(tr)a=born govern daughter> 3-Cpx L4 '75 2.9
   (2n) B is a princess of kingdom F. [B-F]

bragarhaa,
<bra(na)+gar(ni)+ha(sf)a=born govern house> 3-Cpx L4 '75 2.3
   (2n) B is a palace/royal residence of D. [B-D]
   (a) palatial, of palaces.

bragarsuo,
<bra(na)+gar(ni)+su(nh)o=born govern son> 3-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (2n) B is a prince of kingdom F. [B-F]

brakicefali,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1a) B is brachycephalic/bracheocephalic, short headed. [B-]

brakiopodi,
<Lin. Brachiopoda> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (2n) B is a brachiopod of species F, of the genus Brachiopoda [B-F]

braloi,
<bra(na)+lo(kt)i=born local> 2-Cpx JPC '85 2.8
   (2n) a native to/of... [B-F]
   (2v) B is/are native to/of F.
   (a) native, referring to the born creature.
   nu — (a) native, the locality, as in "our home and native land".

brana,
bra <3/4E born;  2/3S nac er;  2/5J tanjo;  2/6C dan sheng> 46% C-Prim L4 '75 2.5
   (2v) P is/are born to S. [P-S]
   lopo nu — (n) birth, mass term.
   nu — (v) bear/give birth to...
   po nu — (n) a birth, a specific instance.
   Used In: bradei;  brafurlei;  bragai;  bragaicli;  bragaigra;  bragaigru;  bragaigrudjo;  bragardea;  bragarhaa;  bragarsuo;  braloi;  brapou;  brasei;  braseidjo;  ganbra;  ganbrakle;  ganbrasolda;  genbra;  genbradei;  grabragai;  merbra;  paobra;  

brapou,
<bra(na)+po(ns)u=birth possess> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.9
   (2n) B is the birthright/inheritance of D. [B-D]

brasei,
<bra(na)+se(tc)i=born set> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 5.0
   (2n) F is a litter/brood/multiplets of P, infants from the same birth. [F-P]

braseidjo,
<bra(na)+se(tc)i+djo(ri)=born set member> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 5.0
   (2n) B is a twin/triplet etc. of F, an infant from a multiple birth. [B-F]

brato,
rao <3/3H bhao;  2/2F taux;  2/3E rate;  3/5S razon;  2/5J ritsu> 44% C-Prim L4 '75 2.3
   (3n) P is a ratio of S divided by C. [P-SC]
   (n) quotient/ratio/rate/proportion/fraction/dividend (stockholder share).
   fu — (n) divisor, that which -s.
   fu — (v) divides...into...parts.
   nu — (a) divisible, that can be -d.
   nu — (n) dividend, that which is -d.
   nu fu — (n) divided by...is...
   Used In: ckerao;  cmevemrao;  jetyralrao;  norcearao;  raorcea;  raordakbiu;  raordui;  silkeorao;  

bre,
<bredi> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bredi, ready

breba,
reb <3/4E bread;  2/4R hleb;  2/4G brot;  3/7C mien bao> 40% C-Prim L4 '75 1.4
   (1n) B is a piece/loaf of bread. [B-]
   (a) (made of) bread.
   lo — (n) bread, mass term.
   Used In: cmabreba;  rebduo;  rebfoa;  rolbreba;  

brecea,
<bre(di)+ce(nj)a=ready become> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.6
   (2v) K get(s) prepared/ready for/to do V, intransitive. [K-V]
   po — (n) a preparation, of (person)...for...
   pu — (n) preparedness, prop of being -d.

bredi,
bre <4/4E ready;  3/3C bei;  2/3F pret;  3/6G bereit;  2/6S prepar ar> 65% C-Prim L4 '75 1.2
   (2a) K is/are ready/prepared for V. [K-V]
   no — (a) unready, not ready for...
   po — (n) a preparation/preparedness/readiness, a specific state/condition.
   pu — (n) a preparedness/readiness, a specific property.
   Used In: brecea;  bremao;  derbremao;  dorbremao;  duobre;  

breko,
rek <3/4E brake;  4/6J bureki;  3/5S freno;  3/5G breche> 34% C-Prim L4 '75 5.6
   (2n) B is a/the brake (s) of F. [B-F]
   Used In: horbreko;  rekduo;  rekfitlevga;  reksio;  rekylitla;  

bremao,
<bre(di)+ma(dz)o=ready make> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.4
   (3v) K prepare/ready (object,system) D for/event V, intentional. [K-DV]
   (3v) make ... ready for...
   po — (n) a preparation, sp inst.

bri,
<brize> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of brize, wind

bricko,
<bri(ze)+cko(zu)=breeze cause> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '89 2.5
   (2v) K blow (s) at/on D,such as with mouth or fan. [K-D]
   (a) blowing, pertaining to -ing.
   (n) blower, that which -s.

briflo,
<bri(ze)+fo/l(ma)=wind full> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.4
   (2a) G is windier/breezier than J. [G-J]
   (a) windy/breezy.
   po — (n) a windiness, sp. event.

briga,
rig ria <3/4S brav o;  3/4F brave;  2/4E brave;  3/6C yung gan;  3/5H dherya;  3/7R khrabryi> 50% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (3a) G is braver/more courageous/game than J in conditions N. [G-JN]
   lo — (n) the brave, mass term.
   lopo — (n) bravery/courage, mass term.
   lopu — (n) bravery/courage, mass term.
   po — (n) the bravery/courage, a spec. act/event.
   pu — (n) the bravery/courage, a spec. property.
   Used In: fatria;  kakria;  kaonriabeo;  mucria;  pleria;  pubria;  rigclecea;  rigclecko;  rigclemao;  rignurduo;  rigsii;  

briku,
rik <4/4F brique;  4/5J briki;  3/4E brick;  2/7S ladrillo;  2/9C juan kuai> 46% C-Prim L4 '75 5.0
   (1n) B is a brick, a ceramic parallelipiped. [B-]
   (a) (made of) brick.
   lo — (n) brick, mass term.
   Used In: rikduo;  

brili,
ril < 4/5S brill o;  4/5F brillant;  3/5E bright;  3/6R iarkii;  2/4C liang;  2/5J akari> 51% C-Prim L4 '75 1.4
   (3a) G is brighter/more brilliant than J by C. [G-JC]
   (a) bright/brilliant/lustrous/shiny/sparkling.
   (v) shine/gleam/glisten/sparkle.
   po — (n) a/the brightness/shine/brilliance, a state of being bright.
   pu — (n) a/the brightness/luster/brilliance, a property of being bright.
   Used In: cetbrili;  fiurbrili;  kolbrili;  muvbrili;  nambrili;  nunrilcko;  nurbrili;  rilbii;  rilcea;  rilcko;  rilfau;  rilgau;  rilmao;  riltaa;  

brimolci,
<bri(ze)+molci=windmill> 2-Cpx FR '85 4.7
   (1n) B is a windmill. [B-]

brita,
<British> N-Prim FR/JCB/RAM '90 3.7
   (1a) B is the British language. [B-]

brite,
<British> D-Prim FR/JCB/RAM '90 3.7
   (1a) B is a British locale, a region inhabited by British. [B-]

britetcli,
<bri(ze)+tet(ri)+cli(ka)=wind weather like> 3-Cpx L4 '75 4.0
   (2a) G is more stormy/boisterous than J [G-J]
   (v) storm, behave stormily .
   pu — (n) a boisterousness/storminess, a spec. property.

britetri,
<bri(ze)+tetri=wind weather> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.6
   (2n) V is a windstorm in F, e.g. Mu pa nu britetriWe had a windstorm. [V-F]
   (a) stormy (of the type specified).

briti,
<British> D-Prim FR/JCB/RAM '90 3.7
   (1n) B is a British person. [B-]

brito,
<British> D-Prim FR/JCB/RAM '90 3.7
   (1n) V is British culture. [V-]

brize,
bri < 4/4E breeze;  4/4R briz;  4/4F brise;  2/4J kaze> 41% C-Prim L4 '75 1.4
   (2n) B is a wind/breeze, any movement of air from source S. [B-S]
   (v) blow from...
   lo — (n) breeze/wind, mass term.
   Used In: bricko;  briflo;  brimolci;  britetcli;  britetri;  corbri;  cribritetri;  folbri;  gaorbrimao;  makbri;  makbricko;  nazbybricue;  nicbritetri;  vanbri;  vanbritetri;  zbubri;  

bro,
<broko> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of broko, break.

brocli,
<bro(ko)+cli(ka)=break more> 2-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (2a) G is more breakable/fragile/delicate than J. [G-J]
   (a) delicate/breakable/fragile.
   lopu — (n) delicacy/fragility, mass term.
   pu — (n) a delicacy/fragility, a sp. property.

brocu,
roc rou <3/4E brush;  3/4F brosse;  2/3C shua;  4/6S brocha;  3/6J burashi> 52% C-Prim L4 '75 5.6
   (1n) B is a brush, any bristled implement. [B-]
   Used In: datrou;  datyrocduo;  datyrocpli;  fordyrocduo;  heryrocduo;  heryrocpli;  lagrou;  lagyrocduo;  pinrou;  rocduo;  rocykuvduo;  

broda,
bod <2/2C da 3/4E broke 2/4R loma t 2/4S romp er 2/4F bris er;  2/4G brech en> 62% C-Prim L4 '75 1.1
   (1a) N is broken (down)/inoperative/inutile. [N-]
   Used In: bodcea;  bodcko;  bodmao;  bodmonbia;  radbodcea;  siorbodcea;  

brofiu,
<bro(ko)+fi(br)u=break weak> 2-Cpx JFB '87 2.5
   (1a) N is fragile/frail/weak/infirm. [N-]
   lopu — (n) fragility/frailty/weakness/infirmity.

brofro,
<bro(ko)+fo/r(li)=break strong> 2-Cpx SLR '92 7+
   (2a) B is durable/tough under stress N. [B-N]

broko,
bro <4/4E broke;  3/4S roto;  1/2J kowa su;  2/4F bris er> 41% C-Prim L4 '75 2.3
   (2v) D break/fracture/rupture into pieces B. [D-B]
   (a) breakable/fragile, capable of being broken.
   nu — (n) a fragment/piece, a piece of something broken.
   po — (n) a fracture/break/rupture, an act of -ing.
   Used In: brocli;  brofiu;  brofro;  brolia;  bromao;  bromoa;  brovalpu;  ckenorbro;  nenbromao;  rorbro;  rorbrocea;  rorbrocko;  rorbromao;  spanorbro;  

brolia,
<bro(ko)+(c)li(n)a=break line> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 3.4
   (2n) N is a break/rupture/fracture/fault in B. [N-B]

bromao,
<bro(ko)+ma(dz)o=break make> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.1
   (3v) K break/fracture (s) D, makes...break into pieces F. [K-DF]
   fu — (n) a bit, fragment, conv. of.
   no nu — (a) unbreakable, cannot be fractured.
   nu — (a) broken/breakable, can be fractured, conv. form.
   po — (n) a breakage, a process of -ing things.
   po nu — (n) a fracture/break, a process of being broken.

bromo,
<ISV> S-Prim JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some bromine, element 35 (Br) [B-]

bromoa,
<bro(ko)+mo(nc)a=break mountain> 2-Cpx JCB '90 4.1
   (1n) B is a crag. [B-]

brona,
ron <4/5E brown;  4/5G braun;  3/4H bhura;  3/4F brun;  2/5S moren a> 43% C-Prim L4 '75 2.5
   (2a) G is browner than J. [G-J]
   (a) brown.
   (n) a brown, a brown thing/fig., person.
   lopu — (n) brown, the colour, a mass term.
   pu — (n) a brownness, a specific property.
   Used In: ronmao;  

bronkiui,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is a bronchus, a main branch of the windpipe. [B-]
   (a) bronchial, pert. to bronchi.

bronkoneumoni,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1) D is bronchopneumonic, has bronchopneumonia [D-]
   lopo — (n) bronchopneumonia, collective term.

brovalpu,
<bro(ko)+valpu=break wave> 2-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (1n) V is a breaker/breaking wave. [V-]

bru,
<brudi> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of brudi, brother

bruci,
<Int.> I-Prim L4 '75 7.4
   (1n) B is a brooch, a pinned ornament. [B-]
   Used In: sanbruci;  

brucli,
<bru(di)+cli(ka)=brother like> 2-Cpx L4 '75 6.9
   (2a) G is more brotherly/fraternal than J. [G-J]
   lopu — (n) brotherliness/brotherhood, mass prop.
   pu — (n) some brotherliness/brotherhood, a sp. instance.

brudea,
<bru(di)+de(tr)a=brother daughter> 2-Cpx L4 '75 4.1
   (3n) N is a niece, fraternal of B through brother S. [N-BS]

brudi,
bru < 4/5G bruder;  2/4H bhrat;  2/4R brat;  2/5E brother;  2/6C syueng di> 34% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (3n) N is a brother of N with parents S, collective. [N-NS]
   lopo — (n) brotherhood, mass term.
   po — (n) a brotherhood, a specific instance.
   Used In: brucli;  brudea;  brusoe;  brusuo;  frabru;  mambru;  nurmerbru;  peebru;  

brusoe,
<bru(di)+so(rm)e=brother sister> 2-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (3n) N is a sibling of N with parents S . [N-NS]

brusuo,
<bru(di)+su(nh)o=brother son> 2-Cpx L4 '75 3.7
   (3n) N is a fraternal nephew of B through brother S. [N-BS]

brute,
rue < 3/4E breathe;  2/4G atem;  2/5C hu chi> 34% C-Prim L4 '75 2.7
   (2v) K breathe (s) D, inhale and exhale, any gas. [K-D]
   (n) a breather, one who -s.
   po — (n) a breath, an act/event of -ing.
   Used In: brutybongu;  coryrue;  kecrue;  kukrue;  nenrue;  ruerliu;  ruesti;  smarue;  smaruetubli;  smaruetubpli;  

brutybongu,
<brut(e)+y+bongu=breathe bone> 2-Cpx JRK '85 4.4
   (2n) B is a rib of F. [B-F]

bu,
LW L4 '75 1.4
   (art) a/an, in 'a man...'ba mrenu, some x is a man'.
   (pr) anybody/anything, as in 'Get anybody'.
   (pr) something/someone x,4th non designating variable of the ba series.
   (pr) at least one /some...<, a non designating variable>.
   — crina (ph) It is raining, 'some x is -ing'.
   to — mrenu (ph) there is/are, in 'there are two men'.

bua,
LW L4 '81 15+
   (v) is (a) P, 1st bound predicate variable.

buc,
<buctu> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of buctu, bush.

buclai,
<buc(to)+la(nd)i=bush land> 2-Cpx JPC '85 4.7
   (2n) B is a heath/brushland in F. [B-F]

buclia,
<buc(to)+(c)li(n)a=bush line> 2-Cpx RAM '88 4.7
   (3n) P is a hedge of B around a D. [P-BD]

bucto,
buc <2/3E bush;  2/3G Busch;  3/5F buisson;  4/7S arbusto> 41% C-Prim JCB '91 4.3
   (2n) B is a bush/shrub/brush of F, a small many stemmed woody plant. [B-F]
   Used In: buclai;  buclia;  rozmybucto;  

budhe,
<H. Buddha> N-Prim JCB '95 7+
   (1n) B is a Buddhist district/territory, a place where -s live. [B-]
   (a) Buddhist, as of territory.

budhi,
<H. Buddha> D-Prim JCB '95 7+
   (1n) B is a Buddhist, a believer in/practitioner of Buddhism [B-]
   (a) Buddhist, as of persons.

budho,
<H. Buddha> D-Prim JCB '95 7+
   (1n) N is an element of Buddhist culture. [N-]
   (a) Buddhist, as of culture.

bue,
<buste> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of buste, step

bueblo,
<bu(st)e+blo(da)=step blow> 2-Cpx JCB '99 7+
   (2v) K stomp on D. [K-D]

buf,
<bufpo> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bufpo, opposite.

bufklini,
<buf(po)+klini=opposite to clean> 2-Cpx RAM '93 3.7
   (1a) B is foul/filthy/unclean/dirty with (dirt). [B-]

bufnertueprano,
<buf(po)+ner+tu(gl)e+prano=opposite one leg run > 3-Cpx APL '00 7+
   (4v) K skip along/hippety hop to D from S via V. [K-DSV]

bufplu,
<buf(po)+plu(ci)=opposite please> 2-Cpx L4 '75 3.8
   (3v) K annoy/displease D by being/doing V. [K-DV]
   (a) annoying/displeasing, of one who -s.
   fu — (a) annoying/displeasing, of that which -s.
   fu — (n) an annoyance, an annoying action.
   nu — (n) annoyed, of one who is -ed.
   po nu — (n) a displeasure/annoyance, a state of being annoyed.

bufpo,
buf <3/4C bu fu;  2/4E oppose;  2/4F oppose> 36% C-Prim L4 '75 1.4
   (3a) V is opposite from/contrary to V on continuum/quality N. [V-VN]
   (n) (the) opposite of..., contrary to...in...
   Used In: bufklini;  bufnertueprano;  bufplu;  bufrii;  bufsensi;  bufste;  buftrili;  

bufrii,
<buf(po)+ri(lr)i=opposite(of) regular> 2-Cpx JRK '85 4.4
   (3a) V is irregular, not according to rule N in features B. [V-NB]

bufsensi,
<buf(po)+sensi=opposite science> 2-Cpx SLR '94 7+
   (1a) B is opposite in quality from science/is superstitious [B-]

bufste,
<buf(po)+ste(ti)=opposite sentence> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 3.1
   (2a) V is contrary to V. [V-V]

buftrili,
<buf(po)+trili=opposite from attract> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.5
   (2v) K draw back/turn away/withdraw from stimulus/situation V. [K-V]
   (v) have an aversion for, draw back from, q.v.
   lopu — (n) aversion, the prop. of those who draw back.
   nu — (a) aversive, of stimuli, conv. back move.
   po — (a) withdrawn, having drawn back.
   po — (n) a withdrawal/aversion/drawing back/turning away, a state of drawing back from.

bui,
LW L4 '81 15+
   (af) a combining form of bulbi, bulb
   (v) is (a) Q, 2nd bound predicate variable.

buicli,
<bu(lb)i+cli(ka)=bulb like> 2-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (2a) G is more tuberous than J. [G-J]

buj,
<bulju> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bulju, boil.

bujmao,
<bu(l)j(u)+ma(dz)o=boil make> 2-Cpx L4 '75 3.1
   (2v) K boil (s) D, intentional. [K-D]

bujveo,
<bu(l)j(u)+ve(sl)o=boil vessel> 2-Cpx L4 '75 5.8
   (1n) B is a boiler, a vessel for boiling. [B-]

bujycko,
<bu(l)j(u)+y+cko(zu)=boil cause> 2-Cpx RAM '91 3.1
   (2v) S boil (s) D, nonintentional; 'Heat boils water'. [S-D]

buk,
<bukcu> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bukcu, book.

bukcu,
buk buu <2/2C shu;  2/3E book;  2/3G buch> 47% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (3n) B is a book about V by S, any bound document. [B-VS]
   — kuadru (ph) cover/bind a book with...
   — kuadru (ph) bookbinder, one who -s books.
   — kuadru (ph) bookbinding, pertaining to -ing books.
   — nu kuadru (n) binding (of a book), the cover.
   Used In: bukpai;  buksatci;  buksrosia;  bukvea;  bukvemsia;  bukylisdjo;  buusro;  ckebuu;  ckelisybuu;  dicbuu;  fucdribuu;  kepybuu;  nerbuu;  ninfeobuu;  nurvembuu;  pasdribuu;  purbuktua;  purbuu;  racbuu;  rardjabuu;  rolbuu;  sribuu;  

bukpai,
<buk(cu)+pa(rt)i=book part> 2-Cpx FR '87 2.1
   (2n) B is a chapter/column of book/periodical F. [B-F]

buksatci,
<buk(cu)+satci=book start > 2-Cpx JWK '00 7+
   (2n) B is the preface/introduction of book F. [B-F]

buksrosia,
<buk(cu)+so/r(di)+si(tf)a=book store place> 3-Cpx L4 '75 3.5
   (1n) B is a library, a depository for books. [B-]

bukvea,
<buk(cu)+ve(dm)a=book sell> 2-Cpx L4 '75 9.0
   (2v) K sell books D, be a bookseller. [K-D]
   (n) a bookseller.

bukvemsia,
<buk(cu)+ve(d)m(a)+si(tf)a=book sell place> 3-Cpx L4 '82 3.7
   (1n) B is a bookstore/bookshop. [B-]

bukylisdjo,
<buk(cu)+y+lis(ta)+djo(ri)=book list member> 3-Cpx JFB/JCB/RAM '87 2.5
   (3n) B is a volume of series F with ordinal C. [B-FC]

bul,
<bulbi> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bulbi, bulb.

bulbi,
bul bui <4/5S bulbo;  3/4E bulb;  3/4F bulbe;  2/4H phula;  2/6G Zwiebel;  3/7R klubien> 45% C-Prim L4 '75 6.0
   (1n) B is a bulb, a bulb shaped thing. [B-]
   (a) bulbous, pert. to -s.
   Used In: buicli;  litbui;  

bulju,
buj <2/3E boil;  2/3C ju;  2/3S bull ir;  2/4H ubal na;  2/4F bouill ir> 34% C-Prim L4 '75 3.1
   (2v) D boil (s) at temperature C. [D-C]
   Used In: bujmao;  bujveo;  bujycko;  

bulva,
<boulevard> L-Prim APL '99 7+
   (2) B is a boulevard of F (Loglandian slang) [B-F]

bun,
<bunbo> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bunbo, fool

bunbo,
bun buo <3/3E boob;  3/4S bobo;  2/3C ben;  2/4H buddhu> 58% C-Prim L4 '75 2.4
   (1a) K is foolish/a fool about... [K-]
   (av) foolishly, in a foolish way.
   lopo — (n) folly/foolishness, mass term of acts.
   lopu — (n) folly/foolishness, mass term of traits.
   po — (n) a folly/foolishness, a spec. act.
   pu — (n) a/some folly/foolishness, a spec. property/trait.
   Used In: bunclafo;  bunfilmao;  bunmou;  fumbuo;  kribuo;  mrebuo;  simbuncea;  simbunmao;  simbuocko;  vinbuncea;  vinbunkeo;  vinbunmao;  vinbuo;  vinbuocko;  

bunclafo,
<bun(bo)+clafo=foolish laugh> 2-Cpx APL '98 7+
   (1v) K giggle [K-]

bunfilmao,
<bun(bo)+fil(mo)+ma(dz)o=down feel make> 3-Cpx JJ '91 4.4
   (3v) K ridicule/make fun of D by V. [K-DV]
   lopu — (n) ridicule, mass property.
   po — (n) an instance of riducling (of...by doing...).

bunmou,
<bun(bo)+mo(rd)u=fool more> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.4
   (4a) G is more foolish about D than J is about D. [G-DJD]

buo,
<bufpo> LW L4 '81 15+
   (af) a combining version of bunbo, fool.
   (av) however/but/on the contrary, a discourse operator (UI).

busmei,
<bus(te)+me(rl)i=step measure> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.8
   (3v) K pace off/measure D (by stepping) to be C. [K-DC]

buste,
bus bue <2/2C bu;  3/4E step;  2/4R stup ien> 50% C-Prim L4 '75 1.1
   (2v) K step/tread on/in D. [K-D]
   po — (n) a step/tread, an act of -ing.
   Used In: blobue;  bueblo;  busmei;  kracybue;  lagbue;  melbue;  movbue;  zakrybue;  zvobue;  

butpa,
<3/3E boot;  3/4S bota;  2/3F botte;  3/5H juta;  2/4R boty;  2/5J kutsu> 52% C-Prim L4 '75 3.8
   (1n) B is a boot, a piece of footwear. [B-]

buu,
<bukcu> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of bukcu, book

buusro,
<bu(kc)u+so/r(di)=book store> 2-Cpx L4 '75 3.5
   (1n) B is a library,any collection of books. [B-]

C

ca,
LW L4 '75 1.0
   (c) or (else)/and or/comma, between modifiers as in 'tall, wise or good man'.
   (c) either or/otherwise inclusive<, between mods.>.

cab,
<cabro> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of cabro, burn

cabguo,
<cab(ro)+gu(st)o=fiery taste> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.6
   (1n) N is a fiery/hot/spicy taste/flavour. [N-]

cabli,
<Fr. Chablis> N-Prim JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is a Chablis, a white Burgundy wine. [B-]

cabmao,
<cab(ro)+ma(dz)o=burn make> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.6
   (2v) K burn (s) D, intentional. [K-D]
   po — (n) an incineration, sp. act of -ing.

cabnorbli,
<cab(ro)+nor+bli(cu)=burn not possible> 2-Cpx RAM '93 3.3
   (2a) B is fireproof under conditions N. [B-N]

cabro,
cab cao < 3/3C shao;  2/3E burn;  2/4F brul er;  2/4G brenn en> 50% C-Prim L4 '75 1.6
   (2v) D burn/ignite at temperature C. [D-C]
   (a) burnable/flammable/inflammable at temperature...
   Used In: cabguo;  cabmao;  cabnorbli;  cabsia;  cabsrusia;  cancao;  caocko;  caocti;  carcao;  kukcaocti;  solcaocea;  

cabsia,
<cab(ro)+si(tf)a=burn place> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.6
   (2n) B is a burn/burned place on F. [B-F]

cabsrusia,
<cab(ro)+su/r(na)+si(tf)a=burn hurt place> 3-Cpx RAM/JCB '91 4.1
   (2n) B is a burn in F, a burning pain as from fire or acid. [B-F]

cadmo,
<ISV> S-Prim JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some cadmium, element 48 (Cd) [B-]

cadre,
<3/4E dress;  2/4C i shang> 44% C-Prim L4 '75 1.4
   (1n) B is a dress, a woman's garment. [B-]
   Used In: tovcadre;  

cae,
<tcane> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of tcane, chance

caejmi,
<(t)ca(n)e+jmi(te)=chance meet> 2-Cpx RAM '93 7+
   (3v) K encounter (by chance) B at D. [K-BD]
   po — (n) an encounter (chance) (of...at...).

Cai,
LW L4 '75 15+
   (l) C, Latin upper case letter, one of a pool of symbols.

cai,
<canli> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of canli, quantity.

cak,
<tcaku> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of tcaku, shock.

cakcko,
<(t)cak(u)+cko(zu)=shock cause> 2-Cpx JWK '00 7+
   (3v) K shock D by V. [K-DV]
   nu — (a) shocked, not intentionally by some event.

cakfia,
<(t)cak(u)+fi(rp)a=shock fear> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.8
   (2v) D is horrified/sick with fear by/from S. [D-S]
   nu — (a) ghastly/horrible, that which -ies.
   nu — (v) horrify...

cakma,
<Farsi?> I-Prim APL '98 7+
   (2v) K play chess with K [K-K]
   po — (n) a chess game.

cakykao,
<(t)cak(u)+y+ka(kt)o=shock act> 2-Cpx L4 '75 3.2
   (3v) K shock/startle D by being/doing V. [K-DV]
   (a) shocking/startling, of -ing people.
   fu — (a) shocking, of shocking acts.
   po — (a) startling, of shocking acts.

cal,
<tcali> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of tcali, wall.

calco,
<L. calcium ISV> S-Prim JCB '88 3.7
   (1n) B is some calcium, the 20th element. (Ca). [B-]
   — oksidi (ph) some lime, Calcium oxide (CaO).

caldao,
<(t)cal(i)+da(rt)o=wall door> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.4
   (2n) B is a/the gate/portal in wall F. [B-F]

caldaohou,
<(t)cal(i)+da(rt)o+ho(ld)u=wall door hole> 3-Cpx APL '98 7+
   (1n) B is a gateway of F.. [B-F]

calhifornio,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some californium, element 98 (Cf) [B-]

calhou,
<(t)cal(i)+ho(ld)u=wall hole> 2-Cpx RAM '87 5.0
   (1n) B is a recess/alcove, a depression in a wall. [B-]

calri,
<ISV> S-Prim JCB '88 7+
   (2n) N measure(s) C in calorie (s), default 1, a unit of heat [N-C]
   (a) caloric, pert. to calories
   (n) n calories, something that measures/contains n.... E.g., Mi pa titci tomo calri na lena denli I ate 2,000 calories (food containing 2,000 calories) today
   Used In: kilcalri;  

calsaa,
<(t)cal(i)+sa(np)a=wall sign> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 3.1
   (3n) B is a bill/poster announcing V produced/posted by S. [B-VS]

calsea,
<(t)cal(i)+se(tf)a=wall set> 2-Cpx RAM '91 1.9
   (2v) K enclose/wall up D, put a wall around... [K-D]
   nu — (n) an enclosure, the area enclosed.

calsia,
<(t)cal(i)+si(tf)a=walled place> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.1
   (2n) B is a court/yard/enclosure, an enclosed area of house/building F. [B-F]

caltoe,
<(t)cal(i)+to(bm)e=wall table> 2-Cpx JPC '85 4.7
   (4n) B is a sideboard/dresser (U.K.) in F for P. [B-KFP]

camla,
<camle> D-Prim JCB/RAM '94 7+
   (1n) B is a female camel. [B-]

camle,
<Int.> I-Prim L4 '75 6.4
   (1a) B is camel like/dromedary like, pertaining to an artiodactyl mammal of genus Camelus. [B-]

camli,
<camle> D-Prim JCB/RAM '94 7+
   (1n) B is an infant camel. [B-]

camlo,
<camle> D-Prim JCB/RAM '94 7+
   (1n) B is a male camel. [B-]

camlu,
<camle> D-Prim JCB/RAM '94 7+
   (1n) B is a camel, non specific term. [B-]

campeine,
<Fr. champagne> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1) B is a champagne, a sparkling wine. [B-]

can,
<tcane> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of tcane, chance.

cancao,
<(t)can(e)+ca(br)o=chance burn> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 2.1
   (1v) D ignite/catch on fire. [D-]

canciekla,
<(t)can(e)+ci(tr)e+kla(bu)=random thread cloth> 3-Cpx RAM/JCB '91 4.4
   (2n) B is a/some felt of material S. [B-S]

candeli,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) N measure(s) in candela (s), a unit of luminance. [N-]

candui,
<(t)can(e)+du(vr)i=chance discover> 2-Cpx L4 '75 15
   (3v) K find (out)/discover B about N by chance. [K-BN]
   nu — (n) a discovery/find (the — itself).
   po — (n) a discovery/find, an act of -ing.

cangoi,
<(t)can(e)+go(dz)i=chance go> 2-Cpx JLT/RAM/JCB '86 2.3
   (2v) K wander/roam D. [K-D]
   (a) errant/wandering/roaming...
   (n) wanderer/roamer...

canjui,
<(t)can(e)+ju(pn)i=chance opined> 2-Cpx JJ '94 7+
   (3v) K guess/suppose V about N. [K-VN]

cankao,
<(t)can(e)+ka(kt)o=chance act> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.0
   (3v) K chance/risk/gamble/hazard/venture (consequence) N in (adventure) V. [K-NV]
   (n) an adventurer/gambler.
   fu — (a) hazardous/risky, of actions.
   fu — (n) a hazard/risk/gamble/chance, a specific -y act.
   lopo — (n) adventure/gamble/venture, mass acts.
   nu — (n) a risk/hazard, a consequence of -ing.
   po — (n) an adventure/gamble/venture, an act of -ing.

cankri,
<(t)can(e)+kri(do)=chance believe> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.5
   (3v) K guess/surmise/have hunch B about V. [K-BV]
   (n) a guesser, one who -es.
   nu — (n) a guess/surmise/hunch, the — itself.
   po — (1n) a guess/surmise, an act of -ing.

canli,
cna cai <3/6C shu liang;  3/8E quantity;  3/8S cantidad;  2/6F quantite;  3/9G quantitaet;  2/6J bunryo;  2/11R kolitsiestv o> 35% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (3n) B is a quantity/amount/magnitude of stuff/material/supply F measuring C on dimension N. E.g., Vedma dio mi ne canli je lovi klabu jue lio to metro lopu langa Give me a quantity of this cloth measuring 2 meters in length [B-FCN]
   (a) quantitative, pert. to quantities.
   nu — (n) is a/the stuff/material/supply from which..., a measured quantity, is taken
   Used In: bakcai;  bansycai;  baocna;  bapcai;  cavcai;  cmacai;  cnadui;  cnajai;  cnasaa;  conplacai;  drarycai;  feksrocai;  gunjetcai;  hancai;  kancai;  ketcai;  kupcai;  makcai;  nejycai;  packycai;  pafcavcai;  pancai;  parcai;  patcai;  placai;  putcai;  sakcai;  snicai;  tralycai;  velcai;  

canmii,
<(t)can(e)+mi(pl)i=chance example> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 2.3
   (2n) B is a sample of F, a random sample, as for polling. [B-F]

canoi,
<ca + -noi> Cpd L4 '75 1.0
   (c) if/or not, bet. modified/ fying words, eg. 'wise if good, man'.

canple,
<(t)can(e)+ple(ci)=chance play> 2-Cpx L4 '75 6.3
   (4v) K wager/gamble/bet B with K that/on V. [K-BKV]
   (n) a gambler/better/wagerer, one who -s.
   nu — (n) a bet/gamble/wager, the thing -ed.
   po — (n) a bet/gamble/wager, a sp. act of -ing.

cansaa,
<(t)can(e)+sa(np)a=random signal> 2-Cpx RAM '87 2.2
   (2n) N is noise in signal S. [N-S]

canspo,
<(t)can(e)+spo(pa)=chance hope> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.3
   (3v) V speculate/risk/gamble B that/on V. [V-BV]
   (n) a speculator, one who -es for gain.
   lopo — (n) speculation, mass term.
   po — (n) a speculation, a spec. act of -ing.

cantia,
<(t)can(e)+ti(sr)a=chance select> 2-Cpx RAM '88 4.7
   (2v) K choose/select B randomly/at random. [K-B]
   nu — (a) arbitrary/chosen randomly.
   nu — (n) a random selection, the thing(s) -ed.
   po — (n) an spec. instance of random selection.

cantorni,
<(t)can(e)+torni=chance twist> 2-Cpx RAM '88 4.9
   (2v) B is tangled by N. [B-N]
   po — (n) a tangle, a specific instance.
   po nu — (n) a tangle of ..., when material specified.

cao,
LW L4 '81 15+
   (af) a combining form of cabro, burn.
   (pm) (emphasizes next word; turns 'cao <word>' into 'WORD' or '#word#' or doesn't change it depending on which transcription switch is on.)

caocko,
<ca(br)o+cko(zu)=burn cause> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.6
   (2v) N burn D, nonintentional. [N-D]
   (a) incendiary, that which causes -ing.
   (n) a burner/incendiary/incinerator, an apparatus for -ing.
   nu — (a) burned, pert. to that -ed.
   po — (n) an incineration, sp. act.

caocti,
<ca(br)o+cti(fu)=burn stuff> 2-Cpx WG '94 7+
   (2n) B is a fuel/flammable material of composition S. [B-S]

cap,
<capri> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of capri, print.

capkompi,
<cap(ri)+kompi=print company> 2-Cpx RAM '83 3.9
   (1n) B is a printing office/print shop. [B-]

capmai,
<cap(ri)+ma(tc)i=print machine> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.9
   (1n) B is a press/printing press. [B-]

capmao,
<cap(ri)+ma(dz)o=print make> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.4
   (3v) K print (s) on D from S. [K-DS]
   (n) a printer, one who -s.
   fu — (a) printable, of material to be -ed.
   lo nu — (n) print, mass term.
   nu — (a) printed, made by -ing.
   nu — (n) a print, that made by -ing.

capri,
cap <3/5H chhap na;  3/5R shrift;  3/5F imprim er;  3/6S imprim er;  2/5E print> 34% C-Prim L4 '75 2.4
   (3v) K print/impress B on D. [K-BD]
   po — (n) a print/impression, an instance of -ing.
   Used In: capkompi;  capmai;  capmao;  caprie;  capypae;  hancapri;  

caprie,
<cap(ri)+(t)ri(m)e=print tool> 2-Cpx SLR '94 7+
   (3n) B is a die or stamp for making imprint P on material D [B-PD]

capypae,
<cap(ri)+y+pa(tc)e=print device> 2-Cpx SLR '94 7+
   (1n) B is a printing press, of the old fashioned kind, with movable type [B-]

car,
<carbo> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of carbo, carbon

carbo,
car <ISV> S-Prim JCB '88 7+
   (2n) B is some carbon, element 6 (C) [B-C]
   (a) carbon, pert. to element 6.
   — dioksidi (ph) carbon dioxide
   Used In: carcao;  carnurbasni;  hadcarbo;  hidcarbo;  julcarbo;  

carbohidrati,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is a carbohydrate, a cpd. of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. [B-]

carbonati,
<ISV> Bor. JCB/RAM '91 4.9
   (2n) B is a carbonate of S. [B-S]
   — nurhoi (ph) a soda/pop/soft drink of...

carborundi,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some carborundum, a silicon carbide [B-]

carcao,
<car(bo)+ca(br)o=carbon burn> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.1
   (2n) B is an ember/(live) coal from/in fire S. [B-S]

carnurbasni,
<car(bo)+nur+basni=carbon based> 2-Cpx RAM '87 4.0
   (1a) N is organic, containing carbon. [N-]

cartu,
cat <2/2C tu;  4/5E chart;  3/4F carte;  3/4G karte;  3/5R karta;  3/5S curtu;  2/5H naksha> 72% C-Prim L4 '75 1.9
   (3n) B is a map/chart of F as made by S. [B-FS]
   Used In: bamfomcartu;  catmao;  parcartu;  purcartu;  

cas,
<caslo> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of caslo, whistle.

caslo,
cas <3/3C shao;  3/5S silbo;  2/4E whistle;  2/7R svistok> 48% C-Prim L4 '75 3.9
   (2v) K whistle (tune) B. [K-B]
   Used In: casrie;  rimcaslo;  

casrie,
<cas(lo)+(t)ri(m)e=whistle instrument> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.1
   (1n) B is a whistle. [B-]

cat,
<cartu> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of cartu, map.

catmao,
<ca(r)t(u)+ma(dz)o=map make> 2-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (2v) K map/chart/make a map of F. [K-F]
   (n) a cartographer/mapmaker.
   no nu — (a) uncharted, not mapped, neg. form.
   nu — (a) charted/mapped, conv. of chart.

catra,
<3/3E otter;  2/3G Otter;  3/5C shui ta;  3/6S nutria;  2/4F loutre;  2/5R vidra> 58% C-Prim JCB '91 10+
   (2n) B is a female otter of region/range S. [B-S]
   Used In: catrykau;  

catre,
<L catra> D-Prim JCB '91 10+
   (1a) N is otter like. [N-]

catri,
<L catra> D-Prim JCB '91 10+
   (2n) B is an infant otter of region/range S. [B-S]

catro,
<L catra> D-Prim JCB '91 10+
   (2n) B is a male otter of region/range S. [B-S]

catru,
<L catra> D-Prim JCB '91 10+
   (2n) B is an otter, non specific of region/range S. [B-S]

catrykau,
<catr(a)+y+ka(ng)u=otter dog> 2-Cpx APL '99 7+
   (1n) B is an otter-dog. [B-]

cau,
<canli> LW L4 '75 15+
   (pp) Quantities/Amounts/Values, case tag (DIO).

cav,
<cavle> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of cavle, shovel.

cavcai,
<cav(le)+ca(nl)i=shovel quantity> 2-Cpx L4 '75 5.8
   (2n) C is a shovelful/spadeful of B. [C-B]

cavduo,
<cav(le)+du(rz)o=shovel do> 2-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (3v) K shovel (s) B into D. [K-BD]
   (n) a shoveler, one who -s.

cavle,
cav <3/4E shovel;  2/4C chan;  3/6J shaberu;  2/5S legon> 41% C-Prim L4 '75 5.8
   (1n) B is a spade/shovel, an implement for moving material. [B-]
   Used In: cavcai;  cavduo;  cpucavle;  hancavle;  pafcavcai;  pafcavle;  

ce,
LW L4 '75 1.0
   (c) and/comma/both and, bet. modified/fying words: 'tall, wise and good, man'.

cea,
<cenja> LW L4 '81 2.6
   (af) a combining form of cenja, change.
   (av) that-is/in-other words/namely, a discourse operator (UI).

ceacko,
<ce(nj)a+cko(zu)=change cause> 2-Cpx RAM '91 5.2
   (4v) N convert/change/alter/transform/vary B into P from S - (nonintentional cause). [N-BPS]
   (n) a converter/transformer, that which -s.
   fu — (n) an alteration, an altered thing.
   no nu — (a) unalterable, neg. of alterable,q.v.
   nu — (a) alterable/convertible/changeable/transformable, can be altered.
   nu — (a) converted, conv. of convert.
   nu — (n) a convert, one who is -ed.
   po — (n) an alteration/conversion/transformation/change, an act of -ing.

ced,
<cedzu> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of cedzu, shade

cedcea,
<ced(zu)+ce(nj)a=shade become> 2-Cpx RAM '91 4.9
   (1v) D is/becomes shaded, intransitive. [D-]
   (a) shaded, of that which is -ed.

cedmao,
<ced(zu)+ma(dz)o=shade make> 2-Cpx L4 '75 4.9
   (3v) K shade (s) D with V, intentionally. [K-DV]
   nu — (a) shaded, of that which is -ed.

cedzu,
ced ceu <3/4E shade;  3/5C yen dz> 37% C-Prim L4 '75 1.8
   (2n) P is a/the shadow/shade of B cast by light source S [P-BS]
   lo — (n) shade, mass term.
   Used In: cedcea;  cedmao;  ceucko;  ceuflo;  

cef,
<cefli> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of cefli, chief.

cefhalopodi,
<Lin. Cephalopoda> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (2n) B is a cephalopod of species F, the highest class of Mollusca. [B-F]

cefli,
cef <3/3F chef;  4/6E chiefly;  2/4S jefe;  2/5H wishesh> 44% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (3v) K is a/the chief/principal among/of F for activity V. [K-FV]
   (a) chief/main/principal/primary.
   (av) chiefly/mainly/principally/primarily.
   Used In: cefmia;  cefmiatci;  cefpeu;  cefsia;  cefsolda;  cefyfusto;  famcefli;  fomveicefli;  sicycefli;  turcefli;  

cefmia,
<cef(li)+mi(lf)a=main meal> 2-Cpx RAM '87 2.3
   (2n) B is a dinner/main meal of D. [B-D]

cefmiatci,
<cef(li)+mi(lf)a+t(it)ci=main meal eat> 3-Cpx JRK '85 2.7
   (3v) K eat meal B consisting of S. [K-BS]
   (v) dine.

cefpeu,
<cef(li)+pe(rn)u=chief person> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.5
   (2n) B is a/the chief/chieftain/leader/head person of F. [B-F]

cefsia,
<cef(li)+si(tf)a=chief site> 2-Cpx JCB '94 7+
   (2n) B is the headquarters of F. [B-F]

cefsolda,
<cef(li)+solda=chief soldier> 2-Cpx L4 '75 6.4
   (2n) B is a/the sergeant of F. [B-F]

cefyfusto,
<cef(li)+y+fusto=chief office> 2-Cpx FR/JFB '87 3.0
   (2n) B is the headquarters of F. [B-F]

cei,
LW L4 '75 15+
   (af) a combining version of cersi, chair.
   (l) c, Latin lower case letter, one of a pool of symbols.

ceigru,
<ce(rs)i+gru(pa)=chair group> 2-Cpx RAM/JCB '88 4.1
   (2n) B is a box (theatre) in F. [B-F]

cej,
<cenja> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of cenja, change.

cejkeo,
<ce(n)j(a)+(c)ke(m)o=a period of change> 2-Cpx PI '87 3.9
   (3n) V is a transition (period) from S into P. [V-SP]

cejnoa,
<ce(n)j(a)+no(rm)a=change average> 2-Cpx RAM/JCB '93 7+
   (3n) V is a trend, a movement or change vector in certain variables/parameters, perceivable/observable in domain/time series/historical period F by observer(s) K. [V-FK]

cejvei,
<ce(n)j(a)+ve(tc)i=change event> 2-Cpx RAM '87 3.9
   (3n) V is a transition from S into P, as between two energy states. [V-SP]

cel,
<celhu> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of celhu, cell.

celhu,
cel <ISV cel(l/lule/ula)> S-Prim PI '91 4.1
   (2n) B is a cell of F. [B-F]
   Used In: nercelsidza;  secycelpro;  

celhulosi,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (2n) B is some cellulose from S. [B-S]

celna,
<3/4E shelf;  2/4H khana 2/4J tana;  2/5R polka;  2/6S anaque> 37% C-Prim L4 '75 4.5
   (2n) B is a shelf/counter of F. [B-F]
   Used In: celnybao;  celnysea;  

celnybao,
<celn(a)+y+ba(ks)o=shelf box> 2-Cpx JPC/JCB/RAM '85 4.7
   (4n) B is a buffet/sideboard/dresser (U.K.) in F for P. [B-KFP]

celnysea,
<celn(a)+y+se(tf)a=shelf set> 2-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (2v) K shelve (s) D, put...on a shelf. [K-D]

celsi,
<Name Celsius> S-Prim JCB/RAM '91 2.6
   (3n) N measure(s) C in degree C, default 1. [N-CC]
   Da — lio 50 (ph) It has a temperature of 50°C.

cen,
<centi> Afx JCB '88 7+
   (af) a combining form of centi, hundredth.

cendalra,
<cen(ti)+dalra=hundredth dollar> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 1.7
   (2) B costs C in cent (s) of unit..., use cen with appropriate unit, dalra, paondu etc. [B-C]

cenja,
cej cea <3/5E change;  3/5J henka;  3/6R mienia t;  2/4C bien;  2/4F chang er;  2/4G änder n> 45% C-Prim L4 '75 1.4
   (3v) B become/change naturally/vary into P from S, as auxiliary før intransitive, passive or cause unspecified causations. [B-PS]
   (a) changing/changeable/unsettled/fickle, naturally, without intervention.
   lopo — (n) change, mass term.
   po — (n) a becoming, an event/process of changing.
   po — (n) a change/transition, a spec. event/process.
   pu — (n) a changeability, a spec. property.
   Used In: balcea;  banroicea;  betcea;  bilcea;  bivcea;  bivceamao;  blicea;  bodcea;  brecea;  ceacko;  cedcea;  cejkeo;  cejnoa;  cejvei;  cetcea;  cidcea;  cikcea;  circea;  clecea;  clucea;  cmacea;  cmacejpoa;  cmapiucea;  comcea;  corcea;  curcea;  dambetcea;  damcea;  dasycea;  dazycea;  djacea;  djadazycea;  djicea;  djiseicea;  djocea;  dracea;  dricea;  durcea;  dutcea;  dzecea;  fabspocea;  fadcea;  fagcea;  fagsticea;  falkricea;  fancea;  fanfodcea;  fanmercea;  fansmucea;  fatlatcea;  fesycea;  fibcea;  filcea;  fircakcea;  firkaocea;  flicea;  flimorcea;  flocea;  fodcea;  fodflocea;  fodlincea;  foldjacea;  fomceamao;  fopcea;  fracea;  frelycea;  fulcea;  fundycea;  furplicea;  furviacea;  gancea;  gargrucea;  genkaecea;  gerseicea;  ginceadaa;  ginkriceacea;  ginkriceacea;  ginkriceamao;  godcea;  greflocea;  grocea;  grucea;  gubdircea;  gudcea;  gudfilcea;  hapcea;  hatcea;  herclecea;  hosynencea;  ionhiycea;  jarcea;  jelcea;  jetcea;  jipcea;  jitcea;  kacycea;  kalcea;  kalflocea;  kalmycea;  kaltalcea;  kamcea;  kapcea;  kinclecea;  klicea;  kocdjicea;  kofkledycea;  kokceacko;  kolkaicea;  korcea;  kovcea;  kovkamcea;  krosticea;  kubcea;  kukcea;  kuktancea;  kulcea;  kusdjacea;  labcea;  lalcea;  ledfomcea;  lelcea;  lincea;  linfomcea;  livcea;  livceamao;  majycea;  malcea;  malylabcea;  melnumceamao;  mercea;  merceafua;  mercejmeu;  misycea;  molcea;  morcea;  musytolclecea;  mutnencea;  nandycea;  nartycea;  nercea;  nigcea;  noirsimcea;  nomsaecea;  norcea;  norceaclu;  norceafurmoi;  norceajai;  norceakei;  norceakri;  norcearao;  nordjafircea;  norhircea;  norkalylivcea;  normorcea;  norselcea;  nortakcea;  nortcimorcea;  nortrecycea;  norveicea;  numcmacea;  nurfeicea;  nurfomcea;  nurkarkycea;  nurklinycea;  paltancea;  parcea;  pedcea;  pipcea;  plicea;  poircea;  poirceadaa;  ponceamao;  pracmacea;  prasacycea;  pubcea;  pubveicea;  pufcea;  purfadcea;  radbodcea;  ragflocea;  rakcea;  rancea;  raorcea;  rapcea;  ratgrocea;  redcea;  refclecea;  retcea;  rezycea;  rigclecea;  rilcea;  rofcea;  roircakcea;  roircea;  rojkovcea;  rolsilcea;  rorbrocea;  rorcea;  rorholcticea;  rorparcea;  roryradcea;  rulceamao;  sacycea;  saircea;  salcea;  salceacri;  sanfomcea;  sarcea;  selfodcea;  simbuncea;  simgrocea;  siorbodcea;  siorceamao;  sircea;  sitlivclecea;  skicea;  skofomcea;  slacea;  slocea;  smicea;  socycomcea;  soircea;  solcaocea;  solrakcea;  spalivcea;  specymorcea;  sticea;  stifycea;  stomarcea;  sulcea;  taircea;  tancea;  tasgycakcea;  tciclecea;  toncea;  torpiucea;  trokycea;  tsefuicea;  vaorcea;  vetcea;  vidceacko;  vinbuncea;  zavcea;  zavceacko;  zavceamao;  

cenoi,
<ce + -noi> Cpd L4 '75 15
   (c) both...and not...— one word between mods.
   (c) but/and+not, bet. modified/ fying words, e.g. 'wise but not good, man'.

centi,
cen <Int> I-Prim JCB '89 7+
   (2n) B is a hundredth part of F, international prefix [B-F]
   Used In: cendalra;  fercendalra;  

ceo,
LW L4 '75 15+
   (af) a combining version of cetlo, wet.
   (l) chi, Greek lower case letter, one of a pool of symbols.

ceocko,
<ce(tl)o+cko(zu)=wet cause> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.9
   (2v) N dampen/wet/moisten D, nonintentional. [N-D]
   nu — (a) wetted, a moistened thing, conv. form.

ceokra,
<ce(tl)o+kra(ku)=wet cry> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.4
   (2v) K cry/weep/shed tears over S. [K-S]
   po — (n) a weeping/crying, with tears, an act of.

ceorcaltcu,
<ce(tl)o+r+(t)cal(i)+tcu(re)=wet wall picture> 3-Cpx RAM '93 7+
   (1n) B is a fresco. [B-]

ceorderflo,
<ce(tl)o+r+der(tu)+fo/l(ma)=wet dirt full> 3-Cpx FR '85 4.6
   (2a) G is muddier than J , more covered with mud. [G-J]
   (n) muddy <covered with mud>.

cer,
<cersi> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of cersi, chair.

cerkopithekui,
<Lin> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is a cercopithecus, a primate of that genus. [B-]

cermo,
<ISV> S-Prim JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some cerium, element 58 (Ce) [B-]

cerpripai,
<cer(si)+pri(re)+pa(rt)i=chair rear part> 3-Cpx APL '96 7+
   (1n) B is a chair back. [B-]

cersi,
cer cei <3/4E chair;  2/3F chaise;  3/5H kursi;  2/4S silla> 37% C-Prim L4 '75 1.8
   (1n) B is a chair, furniture for sitting. [B-]
   Used In: ceigru;  cerpripai;  certoe;  diarcei;  fodcei;  fopcei;  garcei;  graceitepli;  lagcei;  nimcei;  nimskicei;  priclecei;  prifodcei;  rencei;  rolsilcei;  tecycei;  

certa,
<3/5E cherry;  3/6S cereza;  2/5F cerise;  2/6C ying tao> 32% C-Prim JCB '90 4.9
   (1n) B is a cherry, a fruit from S. [B-S]

certoe,
<cer(si)+to(bm)e=chair table> 2-Cpx APL '96 7+
   (2n) B is a chair table in vehicle F (as found in aircraft). [B-F]

cerva,
<cervu> D-Prim JCB '91 10+
   (2n) B is a doe/hind/female deer of region/range S. [B-S]

cerve,
<cervu> D-Prim JCB '91 10+
   (1a) G is more cervine/deer like than J. [G-J]

cervi,
<cervu> D-Prim JCB '91 10+
   (2n) B is an fawn/infant deer of region/range S. [B-S]

cervo,
<cervu> D-Prim JCB '91 10+
   (2n) B is a hart/stag/male deer of region/range S. [B-S]

cervu,
<Lin: Cervus> S-Prim RAM/JCB '90 5.0
   (1n) B is a deer, a member of the Cervidae, of region S. [B-S]

ceshareai,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is a Caesarean, an operation to deliver a child. [B-]
   (a) caesarean, pert. to the operation.

cesmo,
<ISV> S-Prim JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some caesium, element 55 (Cs) [B-]

cesni,
<3/5F chataigne;  4/7E chestnut;  3/7G Kastanie;  3/8S castania> 25% C-Prim JCB '90 4.8
   (2n) B is a chestnut from S. [B-S]
   Used In: cesnytri;  

cesnytri,
<cesn(i)+y+tri(cu)=chestnut tree> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 4.8
   (1n) B is a chestnut tree. [B-]

cesthodi,
<Lin. Cestoda> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is a cestoid, a worm of subclass Cestoda [B-]

cet,
<cetlo> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of cetlo, wet.

cetbrili,
<cet(lo)+brili=wet shine> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.2
   (1v) D glisten (s), by reflected light. [D-]

cetcea,
<cet(lo)+ce(nj)a=wet become> 2-Cpx L4 '75 5.7
   (2v) D absorb/soak up/become wet with B. [D-B]
   (a) absorbent, capable of -ing.
   (n) an absorbent, an absorbing thing.
   lopo — (n) absorption, mass term of events.
   po — (n) an absorption, an event of -ing.
   po nu — (n) absorption, an event of being -ed.
   pu — (n) an absorbency, a property of -ing.

cetlai,
<cet(lo)+la(nd)i=wet land> 2-Cpx CF '83 3.6
   (2n) B is a marsh/swamp of landmass F. [B-F]

cetlo,
cet ceo <3/3C sh lo;  2/3E...et;  2/6J nureta> 46% C-Prim L4 '75 2.9
   (2a) D is wet/moist/damp with liquid B. [D-B]
   lopu — (n) dampness, mass term of properties.
   nu — (n) a/the moisture, a moistening liquid.
   pu — (n) a wetness/dampness, a spec. property.
   Used In: ceocko;  ceokra;  ceorcaltcu;  ceorderflo;  cetbrili;  cetcea;  cetlai;  cetmao;  cetmou;  cetydeu;  cmaceo;  sudnyceokra;  

cetmao,
<cet(lo)+ma(dz)o=wet make> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.9
   (3v) K dampen/wet/moisten D with liquid B, intentional. [K-DB]
   nu — (a) wetted, a moistened thing, conv. form.

cetmou,
<cet(lo)+mo(rd)u=damp more> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.9
   (4a) G is wetter/moister/damper with B than J with liquid B. [G-BJB]
   (a) moist/wet/damp, damper than...with...

cetydeu,
<cet(lo)+y+de(rt)u=wet dirt> 2-Cpx JLT '85 4.2
   (1n) B is mud, wet/sticky/soft earth. [B-]

ceu,
<clesi> LW L4 '81 1.0
   (af) a combining form of cedzu, shade.
   (av) anyway/in any case/anyhow, a discourse operator (UI).

ceucko,
<ce(dz)u+cko(zu)=shade cause> 2-Cpx RAM '91 4.9
   (2v) N shade (s) D, nonintentionally 'the building shades the car'. [N-D]
   nu — (a) shaded, of that which is -ed.

ceuflo,
<ce(dz)u+fo/l(ma)=shadow ful> 2-Cpx L4 '75 6.1
   (2a) G is more shady/shadowy than J. [G-J]
   lopo — (n) shadiness, mass term.
   po — (n) a shadiness, a spec. state/condition.

ci,
LW L4 '80 15
   (conj) hyphen, open hyphen between words. [B-]
   -ci— (af) sub as in 'x sub 1', generates subscripted variables.

cia,
<clika> LW L4 '75 1.2
   (af) a combining version of cirna, learn.
   (av) similarly/like the foregoing, a discourse operator (UI).

ciaflo,
<ci(rn)a+fo/l(ma)=learn full> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.6
   (3a) G is more learned/scholarly in field(s) B than J. [G-BJ]
   (n) a scholar, one who is learned.
   lopo — (n) learning/scholarship, mass term of states.
   lopu — (n) learnedness/scholarship, mass term of properties.
   po — (n) a state/condition of learnedness/learning/scholarship.
   pu — (n) a/the learnedness/scholarship, a spec. property.

ciafro,
<ci(rn)a+fo/r(li)=learn strong> 2-Cpx SLR '92 7+
   (2a) B is intelligent/good learner by standard N. [B-N]

ciagru,
<ci(rn)a+gru(pa)=learn group> 2-Cpx SLR '94 7+
   (1n) F is a learning group [F-]

ciapre,
<ci(rn)a+p(ap)re=learn-paper> 2-Cpx JCB '96 7+
   (4n) B is a degree/certificate of achievement granted to D by school/college/university S for successful completion of a course of study in field/subject/profession N [B-DSN]
   nu — (a) degreed, of persons with educational degrees
   nu — (n) graduate, a person with an educational degree

ciasla,
<ci(rn)a+sla(no)=learn slowly.> 2-Cpx FR '87 3.1
   (2a) B is dull/stupid/slow at task P. [B-P]
   lopu — (n) dullness/stupidity, mass quality.

cibra,
<3/5C chiao;  2/4J hashi;  2/5E bridge> 29% C-Prim L4 '75 1.7
   (2v) B bridge/span D. [B-D]
   (n) bridge/span over/across, physical structure.
   Used In: nengoicibra;  

cid,
<cidja> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of cidja, awake.

cidcea,
<cid(ja)+ce(nj)a=awake become> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.9
   (1v) D waken/awaken/wake up. [D-]
   po — (n) an awakening/wakening, a spec. event.

cidcko,
<cid(ja)+cko(zu)=awake cause> 2-Cpx SLR '93 7+
   (2v) K awaken/wake up D, non intentional. [K-D]
   — jokla (ph) an alarm clock.

cidja,
cid <3/4H jag na;  2/3C sying> 25% C-Prim L4 '75 1.9
   (1a) N is awake/wakeful. [N-]
   po — (n) a wakefulness, a state of being awake.
   Used In: cidcea;  cidcko;  cidmao;  cidrei;  cidyrevdaa;  

cidmao,
<cid(ja)+ma(dz)o=awake make> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.9
   (2v) K awaken/waken/wake up D. [K-D]

cidrei,
<cid(ja)+re(vr)i=awake dream> 2-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (2v) K day dream/fancy/fantasize D. [K-D]
   (n) a dreamer, day dreamer.
   nu — (a) fantastic, pert. to fantasy.
   nu — (n) a day dream/fancy/fantasy/reverie/whim, a spec. fantasy.
   po — (n) a day dream/fantasy/reverie, an act of -ing.

cidyrevdaa,
<cid(ja)+y+rev(ri)+da(nz)a=awake dream desire> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.1
   (2v) K fancy (object/action) V. [K-V]
   nu — (a) fancied, pert. to the thing -ed.
   nu — (n) fancy/whim/fantasy.

cie,
LW L4 '75 1.0
   (af) a combining version of citre, thread.
   (ms) is less than..., the sign of mathematical inequality.

ciebi,
<cie+bi> Cpd L4 '75 15
   (ms) less than or equal to, an inequality operator, math.

cignu,
<Lin: Cygnus> S-Prim FR '86 5.0
   (1n) B is a swan, a bird of spp. Cygnus. [B-]

cik,
<ciktu> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of ciktu, equal.

cikcea,
<cik(tu)+ce(nj)a=equal become> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.3
   (3v) K catch up/become equal to B in V. [K-BV]

cikfio,
<cik(tu)+fi(lm)o=equal feeling> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.1
   (2a) K is indifferent to V, feel the same about...e.g. I'm indifferent to whether you serve tea or coffee. [K-V]
   po — (n) an indifference to /about... equal feeling for...

cikhonida,
<Lin. Ciconiidae> Bor. APL '00 7+
   (2n) B is a stork from S. [B-S]

cikli,
<ISV> S-Prim JCB '88 7+
   (2n) B has a cycle of C per unit time; default 1 per sec. [B-C]

cikmao,
<cik(tu)+ma(dz)o=equal make> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.3
   (3v) K equalize/make equal B (collective) in dimension C . [K-BC]
   (n) an equalizer, one who/that which -es.
   po — (n) an equalization, a process of -ing.

cikpoa,
<cik(tu)+po(nd)a=equal respond> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 1.0
   (2v) K (collective) reciprocate in doing V , do...to each other. [K-V]
   (av) each other/mutually/one another/reciprocally/in return.
   lopo — (n) reciprocity, mass term.
   nu — (a) reciprocal/mutual, pert. to -cated actions.
   po — (n) a reciprocity, a spec. state/condition.

cikpoafoi,
<cik(tu)+po(nd)a+fo(sl)i=equal respond force> 3-Cpx RAM/JCB '91 3.6
   (3v) D is/are obliged/obligated to V, to do...because of (reciprocal action) N [D-VN]
   fu — (n) a reciprocal obligation to...by...because of service...

ciksea,
<cik(tu)+se(tf)a=equal set> 2-Cpx RAM/JCB '91 2.3
   (4v) K equate/set equal C to C in characteristic B [K-CCB]

ciktu,
cik ciu <3/5E equal;  3/7C syiang tong;  2/6F identique> 30% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (3a) B is equal/same as/as much as B in dimension N. [B-BN]
   (av) as much as/equally.
   (v) be quits with...in...
   lopu — (n) equality, dimensional, mass term.
   lopu no — (n) inequality, mass term.
   no — (a) unequal, not equal to...in dimension...
   pu — (n) an equality, dimensional, a spec. property.
   pu no — (n) an inequality, neg. of equality.
   Used In: bekciu;  cikcea;  cikfio;  cikmao;  cikpoa;  cikpoafoi;  ciksea;  ciurjui;  ciuste;  ckaciu;  cmaciu;  lalciu;  mrociu;  norciu;  sanciu;  socyciu;  spuciu;  sruciufio;  sruciupoa;  vatciu;  

cil,
<citlu> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of citlu, detail.

cilble,
<ci(t)l(u)+ble(ka)=detail look> 2-Cpx SLR '94 7+
   (3v) K investigate B for/on behalf of D [K-BD]
   (n) an investigator/researcher

cilda,
<2/2F ile;  3/4S isla;  3/4J shima;  2/3E isle;  2/3C dao> 54% C-Prim L4 '75 1.5
   (2n) B is an island/isle in body of water F. [B-F]
   (a) insular, pert. to islands.

cildrecni,
<ci(t)l(u)+dre(ti)+cni(da)=detail correct need> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 7+
   (3a) K is precise/exacting for B in area N [K-BN]

cilflo,
<ci(t)l(u)+fo/l(ma)=detail full> 2-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (2a) G is more detailed, full of details than J. [G-J]
   pu — (n) detailedness, a property.

cim,
<cimra> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of cimra, summer.

cimcli,
<cim(ra)+cli(ka)=summer like> 2-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (2a) G is more summery/summerlike than J. [G-J]
   pu — (n) a summeriness, a spec. property.

cimfui,
<cim(ra)+fu(tc)i=summer after> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.3
   (2n) B is the autumn/fall of year C. [B-C]
   (a) autumnal, pert. to autumn.
   lo — (n) autumn/fall, mass term.

cimpa,
<cimpe> D-Prim JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is a female chimpanzee [B-]

cimpe,
<abbreviation of cimpenizi> S-Prim JCB '88 7+
   (1a) N pertains to a chimpanzee, is chimpanzee like. [N-]

cimpenizi,
<Lin> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is a chimpanzee (Kongo chimpenzi) [B-]

cimpi,
<cimpe> D-Prim JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is an infant chimpanzee [B-]
   (n) B is an infant chimpanzee.

cimpo,
<cimpe> D-Prim JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is a male chimpanzee [B-]

cimpu,
<cimpe> D-Prim JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is a chimpanzee (generic term) [B-]

cimra,
cim <2/4E summer;  2/4G sommer;  3/7C syia tien;  2/6S verano> 31% C-Prim L4 '75 1.6
   (2n) B is the summer season of year C. [B-C]
   lo — (n) summer (time), mass term.
   Used In: cimcli;  cimfui;  cimsto;  

cimsto,
<cim(ra)+sto(lo)=summer stay> 2-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (2v) K summer (s), spend the summer at B. [K-B]

cin,
<cinta> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of cinta, infant.

cinbedpu,
<cin(ta)+bedpu=child bed> 2-Cpx L4 '75 4.3
   (1n) B is a crib/cradle/baby bed. [B-]

cincli,
<cin(ta)+cli(ka)=child like> 2-Cpx L4 '75 4.6
   (2a) G is more babyish/baby like/infantile than J. [G-J]
   lopo — (n) infantilism, mass term of states.
   po — (n) an infantilism, a spec. state/condition.
   pu — (n) an infantilism/babyishness, a spec. property of being -ish.

cinflo,
<cin(ta)+fo/l(ma)=child full> 2-Cpx L4 '75 8.8
   (2n) D is pregnant with B. [D-B]
   (a) expectant/expecting (offspring).
   lopo — (n) pregnancy, mass term.
   po — (n) a pregnancy, a spec. state of being -ant.

cinflocko,
<cin(ta)+fo/l(ma)+cko(zu)=baby full cause> 3-Cpx L4 '75 8.8
   (3v) K impregnate/make pregnant D with B. [K-DB]
   po — (n) an impregnation, a spec. act of -ing.

cinhereai,
<Lin Cineraria> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is a cinerea, ashy leaved plant. [B-]

cinta,
cin <3/4G kind lein;  3/5C syiao r;  3/5R ditia;  3/6S infant e;  2/6E infant> 39% C-Prim L4 '75 4.4
   (2n) P is a/the baby/infant of S, any species. [P-S]
   (a) infantile, pert. to infants.
   lopo — (n) infancy, mass term.
   po — (n) an infancy, a spec. state.
   Used In: cinbedpu;  cincli;  cinflo;  cinflocko;  cinynirda;  lifcinpro;  lifcinta;  lorcinpro;  lorcinta;  

cinynirda,
<cin(ta)+y+nirda=infant bird> 2-Cpx JLT '87 4.2
   (1n) B is a chick, an infant bird. [B-]

cio,
LW L4 '75 1.0
   (af) a combining version of cirzo, scissors.
   (ms) is greater than..., the sign of mathematical inequality.

ciorduo,
<ci(rz)o+r+du(rz)o=scissors do> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.8
   (2v) K shear D, cut...with scissors. [K-D]
   (n) a shearer, one who uses shears.

cioru,
<cio+ru> Cpd L4 '75 3.4
   (a) toomuch/many of..., a quantifying operator.

cir,
<cirna> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of cirna, learn.

circea,
<cir(na)+ce(nj)a=learn become> 2-Cpx APL '99 7+
   (2v) K become aware of N [K-N]

cirdaa,
<cir(na)+da(nz)a=learn desire> 2-Cpx RAM '88 4.2
   (1a) B is studious. [B-]

cirdui,
<cir(na)+du(vr)i=learn discover> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 7+
   (3v) K discover by learning knowledge B from S [K-BS]

cirduo,
<cir(na)+du(rz)o=learn do> 2-Cpx SLR '93 7+
   (2v) K practice/exercise new skill P. [K-P]
   nu — (n) an exercise/practice, something to be practiced
   po — (n) an instance of an exercise/practice (as in a lesson)

cirfiu,
<cir(na)+fi(br)u=learn weak> 2-Cpx SLR '92 7+
   (2a) B is learning impaired by standard N. [B-N]

cirfundi,
<cir(na)+fundi=learn fond> 2-Cpx SLR '94 7+
   (2v) K is fond of learning N [K-N]

cirhea,
<cir(na)+he(lb)a=learn help> 2-Cpx SLR '90 10+
   (3v) K tutor D in B. [K-DB]
   (n) a tutor, one who -s.

cirhosi,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (2v) D suffers from cirrhosis of B, a wasting of tissue of an organ. [D-B]
   lopo — (n) cirrhosis, collective term for the disease.

cirkii,
<cir(na)+ki(nc)i=learn together> 2-Cpx SLR '94 7+
   (3n) K is a fellow learner with K in subject N [K-KN]

cirmoi,
<cir(na)+mo(dv)i=learn motive> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 7+
   (3n) V is a motive for K to learn B [V-KB]

cirna,
cir cia <2/2C syi;  2/3E learn;  2/4G lern en;  2/5R uchi t;  2/5J narau> 53% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (3v) K learn (to do)/acquire P from source S. [K-PS]
   (n) a learner, one who learns.
   fu — (n) source, of learning, conv. form, q.v.
   lopo — (n) learning, mass term.
   nu — (a) learnable, can be -ed.
   nu — (a) learned, conv. of learn.
   po — (n) a learning, a spec. event.
   Used In: ciaflo;  ciafro;  ciagru;  ciapre;  ciasla;  circea;  cirdaa;  cirdui;  cirduo;  cirfiu;  cirfundi;  cirhea;  cirkii;  cirmoi;  cirnau;  cirpai;  cirpazda;  cirpregei;  dricia;  durcia;  duvcia;  fomcia;  kincia;  kukcia;  logcia;  pakcia;  pracia;  rorcia;  siorcia;  specia;  turcia;  

cirnau,
<cir(na)+na(rd)u=learn difficult> 2-Cpx APL '99 7+
   (1n) B is difficult to learn [B-]

cirpai,
<cir(na)+pa(rt)i=learn part> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.2
   (3n) B is a lesson in course of study V of subject F. [B-VF]
   nu — (n) a course of study/learning program/program of study/study plan, conv. of lesson, q.v.

cirpazda,
<cir(na)+pazda=learn pause> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.1
   (1n) B is a recess, a break in school classes. [B-]

cirpregei,
<cir(na)+p(ap)re+ge(ts)i=learn-paper-get> 3-Cpx JCB '96 7+
   (3v) K graduate from educational institution S with degree B. [K-SB]
   (n) graduate, a person...ing from some educational institution.

cirzo,
cio <4/4E shears;  3/4F ciseaux;  2/4G schere;  2/5H qainchi> 40% C-Prim L4 '75 1.8
   (1n) B is a (pair of) scissors/shears. [B-]
   Used In: ciorduo;  

cit,
<citre> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of citre, thread.

citbie,
<cit(re)+bi(dj)e=thread edge> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 5.0
   (2n) B is a fringe on F. [B-F]

citfoa,
<cit(re)+fo(rm)a=thread form> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.8
   (2n) B is a filament/fiber of F. [B-F]

cithosini,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1n) B is some cytocine. [B-]

citlu,
cil <3/4C syi shu;  3/5E detail;  3/6R dyetal> 41% C-Prim L4 '75 2.3
   (2n) B is a detail/particular/minor feature of/about F. [B-F]
   Used In: cilble;  cildrecni;  cilflo;  nabckocitlu;  

citmao,
<cit(re)+ma(dz)o=thread make> 2-Cpx FR/JFB '87 3.5
   (3v) K spin material S into thread P. [K-SP]

citre,
cit cie <3/4C syien;  2/3R nit;  2/3J ito;  2/4E thread;  2/5S filra> 48% C-Prim L4 '75 2.4
   (1n) B is a (piece of) thread of substance S. [B-S]
   lo — (n) thread, mass term.
   Used In: canciekla;  citbie;  citfoa;  citmao;  totcie;  totyciedjoso;  

ciu,
<ciktu> LW L4 '75 1.0
   (af) a combining form of ciktuequal to/equally/as much as that makes comparative predas out of non comparative ones. E.g., ckaciu out of ckano (X is kind to Y): Da ckaciu de di do X is as kind to Y as Z is kind to W. Cf. mou.
   (pp) as much as/to the same degree as, an oper. used before args to give the accompanying non comparative preda a comparative sense (PA). E.g., Da farfu ciu de X is a father as much as Y is X is as much a father as Y is. Cf. mou.

ciurjui,
<ci(kt)u+r+ju(pn)i=equal opinion> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.1
   (2a) D is indifferent to B, have the same opinion about...e.g. I'm indifferent to whether to use 'norfio' or 'fiocle'. [D-B]
   po — (n) an indifference to /about... same opinion about...

ciuste,
<ci(kt)u+ste(ti)=equality sentence> 2-Cpx JCB '88 7+
   (3n) B is an equation relating C and C. [B-CC]

cka,
<ckano> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of ckano, kind.

ckaciu,
<cka(no)+ci(kt)u=kind equal> 2-Cpx SLR '93 7+
   (4a) K(1) is as kind to D(1) as K(2) is to D(2) [K-DKD]

ckacle,
<cka(no)+cle(si)=kind without> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.3
   (2v) K is inconsiderate/thoughtless about V, not kind about. [K-V]

ckafe,
<Int.> I-Prim L4 '75 7.4
   (2n) B is a cafe/coffee house of place/community F. [B-F]

ckaflo,
<cka(no)+fo/l(ma)=kind full> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 2.9
   (2av) G is more kindly than J. [G-J]

ckamou,
<cka(no)+mo(rd)u=kind more> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (4a) G is kinder/more kindly to D1 than J is to D2. G may be the same person as J or D1 may be the same as D2 [G-DJD]
   nu — (a) less kind to...than...is to..., conv. form.

ckano,
cka <3/5E kind;  3/5C ts shan;  4/7S carinos o> 37% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (2a) K is kind to D. [K-D]
   (av) kindly, pert. to those who are kind.
   lopo — (n) kindness, mass term (acts).
   lopu — (n) kindness, mass term of properties.
   po — (n) a kindness, a spec. act of being kind.
   pu — (n) a kindness, a spec. property.
   Used In: ckaciu;  ckacle;  ckaflo;  ckamou;  fomcka;  fomckabiu;  fomckamou;  gancka;  geocka;  haicka;  humcka;  kapcka;  norcka;  pencka;  penckaflo;  penckamou;  poicka;  

cke,
<ckemo> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of ckemo, interval.

ckebuu,
<cke(mo)+bu(kc)u=interval book> 2-Cpx APL '99 7+
   (1n) B is a periodical [B-]

ckecoa,
<cke(mo)+co(rt)a=time short> 2-Cpx SLR '94 7+
   (3a) J is briefer/temporally shorter than G by interval C [J-GC]
   (3a) J is brief/short, incomplete form.

ckedui,
<cke(mo)+du(vr)i=time discover> 2-Cpx JRK '91 7+
   (2v) K date/determine the date of V. [K-V]

ckefao,
<cke(mo)+fa(nd)o=time end> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.2
   (2n) B is the end point/termination of interval/period F. [B-F]
   (vt) terminate, be the end of...
   nu — (a) terminated, of ended entervals.

ckela,
kel kea <4/5R shkola;  4/7S escuela;  2/4E school;  2/4F ecole;  3/7C syue syiao;  3/7H pathshala> 46% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (2n) B is a school of community F. [B-F]
   (a) school, pert. to schools.
   Used In: kelkru;  kelnie;  kelsio;  nerkea;  pebkea;  rorpebkea;  terkea;  torkea;  

ckelaa,
<cke(mo)+la(ng)a=time long> 2-Cpx APL '97 7+
   (3n) G is a long time/longer time than J by interval C [G-JC]

ckelagmao,
<cke(mo)+la(n)g(a)+ma(dz)o=interval longer make> 3-Cpx RAM/JCB '91 3.2
   (2v) N prolong/lengthen D in time dimension. [N-D]

ckelisfre,
<cke(mo)+lis(ta)+fre(na)=time list in front> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 2.7
   (3v) J precede G in time series C. [J-GC]
   (a) preceding/before in time series.

ckelisgoi,
<cke(mo)+lis(ta)+go(dz)i=time list(serially) go> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 2.9
   (1v) K go sequentially/in single file/one after the other. [K-]

ckelispri,
<cke(mo)+lis(ta)+pri(re)=time list behind> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 2.7
   (3v) G follow J in time series C. [G-JC]
   (a) following/after in time.
   po — (n) a (specific) succession of events...

ckelista,
<cke(mo)+lista=time list> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.0
   (2n) C is a (time) sequence of V. [C-V]
   (a) sequential, in sequence.
   (av) sequentially/one at a time.

ckelisvalda,
<cke(mo)+lis(ta)+valda=time list(sequence) develop> 3-Cpx RAM/JCB '90 4.0
   (3v) D evolve from S to P. [D-SP]
   lopo — (n) evolution, mass state.
   po — (n) an instance of evolution from...to...

ckelisybuu,
<cke(mo)+lis(ta)+y+bu(kc)u=interval list (serial) book> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 2.6
   (3n) P is a magazine/periodical on/about B published by S. [P-BS]

ckemei,
<cke(mo)+me(rl)i=time measure> 2-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (3v) K time/measure the duration of V to be C. [K-VC]
   (n) a timer/time keeper, one who measures —.
   fu — (n) a/the time, as measured by...

ckemo,
cke keo <2/3C sh ke;  3/5E tempo;  3/5G tempo;  3/6S tiempo;  2/7R vriemia> 45% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (3n) C the time/interval/period from S to D [C-SD]
   lo — (n) time, mass term.
   Used In: cejkeo;  ckebuu;  ckecoa;  ckedui;  ckefao;  ckelaa;  ckelagmao;  ckelisfre;  ckelisgoi;  ckelispri;  ckelista;  ckelisvalda;  ckelisybuu;  ckemei;  ckenorbro;  ckenurhui;  ckepea;  ckerao;  ckesifmei;  cketeu;  ckevea;  ckevei;  cmikeo;  corkeo;  dekninkeo;  delkeo;  diskeo;  fankeolista;  folkeo;  furkeovei;  gudkeo;  hapkeo;  hapkeocli;  hiskeo;  jmikeo;  jmikeosei;  jolkeo;  kafkeodou;  kalrojkeo;  keodre;  keopli;  keoska;  keospe;  kilninkeo;  lagkeo;  lagkeofao;  lalkeosii;  likcke;  livkeo;  meacke;  midhiskeo;  ninkeo;  pazkeo;  rackeo;  rarkeo;  retkeo;  rezkeo;  rezkeospe;  rezkeotraci;  riicke;  rojkeosei;  samkeo;  samkeodza;  samkeotakmao;  samlivkeosei;  silkeorao;  skakeo;  telkeo;  turclekeo;  turkeo;  turkeogru;  vetkeolista;  vinbunkeo;  

ckenorbro,
<cke(mo)+nor+bro(ko)=interval unbroken> 2-Cpx JFB '87 2.1
   (1a) V is continual, unbroken in time. [V-]
   lopu — (n) temporal continuity, mass property.

ckenurhui,
<cke(mo)+nur+hu(tr)i=time destroyed> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.4
   (1v) D decline/decay/become ruined by time. [D-]
   (a) ruined/decayed.
   (n) the/some ruins, that which is ruined by time.
   lopo — (n) decay/decadence/decline/ruin/ruination, mass term of states.
   po — (n) a/some decay/decadence/decline/ruin/ruination, a spec. state of temporal ruin.

ckepea,
<cke(mo)+pe(nt)a=time point> 2-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (2n) B is an instant/point/position in time of event V. [B-V]
   (a) instantaneous, pert. to instants.
   (n) a/the time, a/the instant of —.

ckerao,
<cke(mo)+(b)ra(t)o=time ratio> 2-Cpx L1 '88 7.4
   (2n) C is a rate of V, amount per unit time that action/process/motion occurs. [C-V]

ckesifmei,
<cke(mo)+si(t)f(a)+me(rl)i=time location measure> 3-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (3v) K time/measure the time of V to be C. [K-VC]
   (n) a timer, that which measures time.

cketeu,
<cke(mo)+te(tc)u=time stretch> 2-Cpx RAM '90 3.6
   (3v) K bore/tire D by V. [K-DV]
   (a) boring/tedious/tiresome, pertaining to one who -s.
   (n) bore, one who -s.
   fu — (a) boring, of the subject which -s.
   lopo nu — (a) boredom/tedium, mass state of being -ed.
   nu — (a) tired/bored, one who is -d.

ckevea,
<cke(mo)+ve(dm)a=interval sell> 2-Cpx RAM '95 7+
   (5v) K pawn B with pawnbroker D for price C with redemption period N. [K-BDCN]
   fu — (n) a pawnbroker.

ckevei,
<cke(mo)+ve(tc)i=time happen> 2-Cpx RAM '87 2.2
   (1v) V pass/elapse, e.g. (time). [V-]

cko,
<ckozu> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of ckozu, cause.

ckodou,
<cko(zu)+do(ns)u=cause give> 2-Cpx RAM/JCB '91 4.2
   (3v) K induce (s) (process) P by (treatment) V e.g. induction of labor. [K-PV]
   po — (n) an instance of induction (of...by...).

ckofro,
<cko(zu)+fo/r(li)=cause strong> 2-Cpx SLR '92 7+
   (3a) K is effective in producing result P in circumstances N. [K-PN]

ckozu,
cko <3/3F cause;  3/4C sh you;  2/3E cause> 44% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (3v) S cause/effect/give rise to P under conditions N, used as auxiliary for non intentional or non human causation. [S-PN]
   (a) actual/causal/effective/in effect, effective, causing...under...
   (av) actually/effectively.
   (n) a cause, that which -s.
   fu — (n) a condition, material, as in causation.
   lopo — (n) causation, mass term.
   lopu — (n) effectiveness, mass term of props.
   nu — (n) an effect, conv. of cause, but see nurcko.
   po — (n) a causation, a spec. event/process.
   pu — (n) an effectiveness , a spec. property.
   Used In: bekyliacko;  betcko;  bilcko;  blicko;  blidensaecko;  bodcko;  bricko;  bujycko;  cakcko;  caocko;  ceacko;  ceocko;  ceucko;  cidcko;  cinflocko;  ckodou;  ckofro;  clecko;  cmacko;  cmicko;  comcko;  concko;  conkeicko;  corcko;  curcko;  daacko;  damcko;  damfiocko;  darmuocko;  diicko;  djadaacko;  djiseicko;  dracko;  dricko;  dutcko;  dzecko;  fabspocko;  fagcko;  falkricko;  fanfodcko;  fansmucko;  fasycko;  fatlatcko;  faucko;  felcko;  fetcko;  fetyckopli;  fiacko;  fidsticko;  fiocko;  fircakcko;  firckomou;  flicko;  fliholcko;  flimorcko;  flocko;  fodcko;  fodflocko;  fodliacko;  folcko;  folkaocko;  frelycko;  fulcko;  furcko;  furckosei;  furplicko;  furviacko;  genkaecko;  godrycko;  grocko;  grucko;  gubdiocko;  gudcko;  gudckomou;  gudfiocko;  gudnurcko;  hadcko;  haicko;  hapckocle;  hatcko;  herclecko;  holcko;  jarcko;  jelcko;  jelstocko;  jiucko;  jmicko;  juicko;  kalmycko;  kalsaicko;  kaltalcko;  kamcko;  kaocko;  kapcko;  karkycko;  keicko;  kikcko;  kinclecko;  klinycko;  klocko;  kofcko;  kofkledycko;  kokceacko;  kolkaicko;  kovcko;  kovkamcko;  krebetcko;  kretancko;  krisalcko;  krocko;  krosticko;  kubcko;  kukcko;  kuksiucko;  kuktancko;  kuspycko;  kuspykrocko;  kuspymorcko;  kutcko;  laacko;  labcko;  laocko;  ledfomcko;  lelckorie;  licycko;  limcko;  litcko;  livmuocko;  makbricko;  malcko;  marcko;  minpuncko;  misflocko;  misfurckosei;  misycko;  molcko;  monbercko;  morcko;  muocko;  musytolclecko;  mutneicko;  mutpuncko;  nabckocitlu;  nartycko;  nebcko;  nercko;  nernurcko;  norblicko;  norcko;  nordjafiacko;  norkalylivcko;  norkofcko;  normuocko;  norveicko;  norviacko;  nunrilcko;  nurcko;  nurckocue;  nurfeicko;  nurjiucko;  nurkarkycko;  nurkofcko;  nurnitcko;  paicko;  paltancko;  prasacycko;  pubcko;  puncko;  ragcko;  rakcko;  rancko;  redcko;  refclecko;  retcko;  rezycko;  rigclecko;  rilcko;  riucko;  rofcko;  roicko;  roircakcko;  rolcko;  rolsiucko;  rorbrocko;  ruarsticko;  sacycko;  salcko;  sapcko;  sarcko;  selviacko;  sesycko;  simbuocko;  simgrocko;  sircko;  siucko;  skucko;  slacko;  slicko;  slocko;  snimalcko;  socycomcko;  soicko;  sonrircko;  srumarcko;  sticko;  stifycko;  stocko;  stogudcko;  stolivcko;  stomarcko;  stopuncko;  sulcko;  talcko;  tancko;  tasgycakcko;  tceholcko;  tciclecko;  tidbercko;  tocfiucko;  toncko;  totcko;  tsefuicko;  vadcko;  vapmuocko;  veicko;  viacko;  vidceacko;  vinbuocko;  vincticko;  zaocko;  zavceacko;  zavckomou;  zbucko;  zvomalcko;  

cla,
<clado> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of clado, loud.

clacla,
<cla(do)+cla(do)=loud loud> 2-Cpx APL '00 7+
   (1a) B is deafening/extremely loud. [B-]

clacue,
<cla(do)+cu(ts)e=loud say> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.4
   (3v) K say loudly/exclaim B to D. [K-BD]
   nu — (n) an exclamation, that which is -ed.
   po — (n) an exclamation, an act of -ing.

clado,
cla <3/4E loud;  3/4C chao;  2/4G laut;  2/5S ruido> 47% C-Prim L4 '75 1.2
   (3a) G is louder/noisier than J by C, of sounds. [G-JC]
   (av) noisy, of sounds.
   (n) a noise, a spec. instance of noise.
   lo — (n) noise, mass term.
   lopu — (n) loudness, mass term of properties.
   pu — (n) a loudness, a spec. property.
   Used In: clacla;  clacla;  clacue;  claflo;  clamao;  claroi;  claroicue;  clataksoa;  nurcla;  nurclamao;  puacla;  purclamao;  

claflo,
<cla(do)+fo/l(ma)=noise full> 2-Cpx L4 '75 5.8
   (2a) G is noisier, more full of noise than J, of places. [G-J]
   lopo — (n) noisiness, mass inst.
   po — (n) an inst. of noisiness.

clafo,
<3/4C syiao;  2/3E laugh;  2/3G lach en> 41% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (2v) K laugh at D. [K-D]
   lopo — (n) laughter, mass term of acts.
   nu — (a) laughable, can be laughed at.
   po — (n) some laughter, a spec. act of -ing.
   Used In: bunclafo;  clafyflo;  clafyzbu;  cmaclafo;  goltyclafo;  henjyclafo;  nurclafo;  

clafyflo,
<claf(o)+y+fo/l(ma)=laughter full> 2-Cpx FR '85 4.8
   (2a) G is more gleeful/mirthful than J. [G-J]
   lopu — (n) mirth/glee, mass property.
   po — (n) an instance of mirth/glee.

clafyzbu,
<claf(o)+y+zbu(ma)=laugh explode> 2-Cpx jlt '86 2.5
   (2v) K burst out laughing at D. [K-D]
   po — (n) a burst (of laughter), spec. instance.

clamao,
<cla(do)+ma(dz)o=loud make> 2-Cpx RAM/JCB '90 3.9
   (2v) K emphasize/stress B (in intensity). [K-B]

claroi,
<cla(do)+(g)ro(c)i=loud anger> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.3
   (3v) K rave/fume/rage/storm at D for V. [K-DV]
   lopu — (n) rage/fury, mass property.
   nu — (v) be enraged/furious (by...for...).

claroicue,
<cla(do)+(g)ro(c)i+cu(ts)e=loud anger say> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.3
   (2v) K rage to (person) D. [K-D]

clataksoa,
<cla(do)+tak(na)+so(nd)a=load talk sound> 3-Cpx L4 '75 2.4
   (4n) D is stressed in context N at level V in language B. [D-NVB]
   (a) stressed/accented, when...at...in...
   lopu — (n) accent/stress -mass term of props. .
   pu — (n) an accent/stress, a prop. of a spec. speech sound.

cle,
<clesi> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of clesi, without.

clecea,
<cle(si)+ce(nj)a=without become> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.2
   (2v) D is/are rid/free/bereft of B. [D-B]

clecko,
<cle(si)+cko(zu)=without cause> 2-Cpx RAM '87 2.5
   (3v) N get rid/dispose of B from F (nonintentional) the rain — the snow by melting it. [N-BF]

cleduo,
<cle(si)+du(rz)o=without do> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.1
   (2v) K dispense with/do without B. [K-B]
   nu — (a) dispensable, can be done away with.

clefio,
<cle(si)+fi(lm)o=without feel> 2-Cpx APL '98 7+
   (2v) K miss person/situation N [K-N]

clegunfoi,
<cle(si)+gun(ti)+fo(sl)i=without country  compel> 3-Cpx RAM '87 4.9
   (3v) K exile D for reason N. [K-DN]
   lopu — (n) exile, mass property.
   po — (n) an exile (of...for...).

clekaa,
<cle(si)+ka(ml)a=without come> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.0
   (2v) K part/go without/leave behind B. [K-B]
   lopo — (n) parting, mass term.
   po — (n) a parting, an act of leaving.

clemao,
<cle(si)+ma(dz)o=without make> 2-Cpx JFB '87 2.5
   (3v) K remove/get rid/dispose of B from F,intentional. [K-BF]
   po — (n) an instance of removal/riddance/disposal.

clesi,
cle <3/3E less 2/3S sin;  2/4H siwa> 40% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (2pp) D is without/quit of/less/free of quality/feature/object B. [D-B]
   (af) less, without quality/feature...
   (av) for want of/without/lacking.
   (v) lack, be without feature/quality...
   nu — (n) a lack, a missing feature/quality.
   po — (n) a lack, a state of being w/o some quality.
   Used In: ckacle;  clecea;  clecko;  cleduo;  clefio;  clegunfoi;  clekaa;  clemao;  clespe;  clevolcue;  clevoltaa;  comcle;  ctecle;  dirtiacle;  dupcle;  faocle;  fatpencle;  faucle;  fiacle;  fiocle;  furplicle;  guocle;  haicle;  haocle;  hapckocle;  hercle;  herclecea;  herclecko;  herclemao;  juicle;  kalclekaa;  keucle;  kincle;  kinclecea;  kinclecko;  kinclefio;  kinclemao;  kladycle;  kofcle;  koncle;  krocle;  kuacle;  kukcle;  lifclemao;  limcle;  limclesto;  livcle;  livpeecle;  lumclemao;  mocyclefle;  musytolcle;  musytolclecea;  musytolclecko;  musytolclemao;  namcle;  nebcle;  nurkaocle;  nurtcucle;  pencle;  plicle;  poicle;  pozpoicle;  pricle;  priclecei;  refcle;  refclecea;  refclecko;  refclemao;  retcle;  rigclecea;  rigclecko;  rigclemao;  rufcle;  sesycle;  sitlivclecea;  skapyclemao;  skapyplaclemao;  solcle;  spocle;  tciclecea;  tciclecko;  tciclemao;  tcorycle;  turclekeo;  

clespe,
<cle(si)+spe(ni)=without experiencing> 2-Cpx RAM/JCB '90 2.8
   (4v) D is/are deprived by K of B with purpose P. [D-KBP]
   (a) deprived (by...of...for...).
   lopu — (n) deprivation (mass property of being -ed).
   lopu nu — (n) deprivation (mass property of -ing.).
   nu — (v) deprive (...of...for...).
   po — (n) an instance of deprivation (by...of...for...), being -d.
   po nu — (n) an instance of deprivation (of...of...for...) -ing someone.

clevolcue,
<cle(si)+vol(si)+cu(ts)e=without voice say> 3-Cpx RAM '87 2.7
   (3v) K whisper B to D. [K-BD]
   po — (n) a whisper, a specific instance.

clevoltaa,
<cle(si)+vol(si)+ta(kn)a=without voice talk> 3-Cpx RAM '87 2.7
   (3v) K whisper to D about V. [K-DV]
   po — (n) a whisper, a specific instance.

clibiu,
<cli(ka)+bi(vd)u=similar behave> 2-Cpx JCB '97 7+
   (3v) B behaves like/quits oneself as/models oneself on model/standard S in sitution(s) N. E.g., Clibiu lo mrenu! Behave/Quit ye like men! [B-SN]
   lopo — (n) role playing, the mass of.
   nu — (n) is a role model for...in situation(s)...
   po — (n) role playing, a spec. event

clidu,
<3/4C sh dzu;  3/5E slide;  2/4F gliss er;  2/5G schlüpf en> 41% C-Prim L4 '75 2.8
   (2v) K slip/slide on B. [K-B]
   nu — (a) slick/slippery, of that on which things slide.
   po — (n) a slide/slip, an act/event of -ing.
   pu nu — (n) a slickness/slipperiness, a spec. property.
   Used In: clidyfea;  clidykarti;  kerclidu;  sticlidu;  tanclidu;  

clidyfea,
<clid(u)+y+fe(ld)a=slide fall> 2-Cpx JJ '91 7+
   (4v) B slips from and falls to D from S via V. [B-DSV]

clidykarti,
<clid(u)+y+karti=slide cart> 2-Cpx APL '00 7+
   (1n) B is a sleigh/sled/luge [B-]

clifaosoa,
<cli(ka)+fa(nd)o+so(nd)a=like end sound> 3-Cpx L4 '75 6.0
   (2v) B rhyme with B. [B-B]
   (n) a rhyme, that which rhymes.

clifaosonmao,
<cli(ka)+fa(nd)o+son(da)+ma(dz)o=like end sound make> 4-Cpx L4 '75 6.0
   (3v) K rhyme (s) B with B, intentional act. [K-BB]
   (n) a rhymer.

clife,
lif <3/3E leaf;  3/4C shu ye;  2/4R list> 52% C-Prim L4 '75 2.6
   (2n) P is a leaf of S. [P-S]
   lo — (n) foliage/leaves, mass term.
   Used In: lifcinpro;  lifcinta;  lifclemao;  liftaa;  lifyflo;  lifyrinje;  

clika,
cli <3/4E like;  3/4C syiang;  2/4J nita;  2/5G aenlich> 45% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (3a) B is alike/similar to/like B in features N. [B-BN]
   (n) a likeness, that which is similiar to...
   fu — (n) a similarity, that in which...is -lar.
   pu — (n) a similarity, a property of like things.
   Used In: argoycli;  aurmoycli;  bamcli;  betcli;  boicli;  bragaicli;  britetcli;  brocli;  brucli;  buicli;  cimcli;  cincli;  clibiu;  clifaosoa;  clifaosonmao;  clisii;  colcli;  cuicli;  cuirclimao;  cupcli;  dorcli;  dotcli;  duocli;  fagcli;  famcli;  farlaicli;  fikcli;  fligrecli;  fracli;  fraclijuo;  fuacli;  garfuacli;  gastycli;  giucli;  gricli;  gudspicli;  gurlivcli;  hapkeocli;  horcli;  kapklacli;  kercli;  koecli;  koicli;  krecli;  kurcli;  labcli;  lakcli;  liacli;  lorcli;  luacli;  lulcli;  maicli;  maltycli;  mamcli;  mamclijuo;  mancli;  mencli;  metcli;  meucli;  morkorcli;  morspicli;  mubcli;  nemcli;  nigcli;  nikcli;  nilboicli;  nilcli;  norliacli;  pastycli;  pejycli;  ponclibiu;  puecli;  pumcli;  rastycli;  remcli;  runcli;  salgrecli;  sicycli;  simbycli;  snicli;  sodcli;  soicli;  sporycli;  stinycli;  suacli;  supcli;  tarcli;  tcucli;  ticycli;  tincli;  tokrycli;  trokycli;  tubcli;  vanyniacli;  vapcli;  vincli;  zasycli;  zavspicli;  

clina,
lin lia <4/5S linea;  3/4E line;  3/4C syien;  3/4F ligne;  3/4G linie> 57% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (3n) N is a straight line passing through points B and B. [N-BB]
   (a) direct/straight/linear, passing directly through...and...
   (av) directly, in a straight line.
   lopu — (n) linearity, mass term of properties.
   pu — (n) a linearity/straightness, a spec. property.
   Used In: beklia;  bekyliacko;  bekylinmao;  bierlia;  brolia;  buclia;  fodlia;  fodliacko;  fodliaflo;  fodlincea;  fodlinmao;  frelia;  futlinkui;  hernartylia;  jagjaolia;  kurjaolia;  liacli;  liasri;  linbie;  lincea;  linfoamao;  linfomcea;  lingoi;  linkoa;  linkopmao;  linkui;  linmuo;  linpazda;  linresra;  midlia;  nerlinkui;  nilcylia;  nilcylinmao;  norlia;  norliacli;  nurlia;  palylia;  paorlinkui;  pazlia;  tanlia;  tanlinfao;  tanlinpai;  tovlia;  

clisii,
<cli(ka)+si(mc)i=similar appear> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (3v) B resemble/look like B to K. [B-BK]
   pu — (n) a resemblance, a spec. property.

clivi,
liv lii <2/2F vie;  3/4E live;  2/3R zhiv oi;  2/3S viv o;  3/6C sying;  2/7H sanjiv> 56% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (1v) K live/be alive. [K-]
   (a) alive/biological/living/organic/vital, pert. to living things.
   (n) an organism, a living/once living thing.
   lo — (n) life, mass term of organisms.
   lopo — (n) life, mass term (states).
   po — (n) a life, a spec. state of being alive.
   pu — (n) some life, a property of being alive.
   Used In: cnulivgru;  cnulivpro;  gudlii;  gurlii;  gurlivcli;  harlii;  kinlii;  kubspalii;  livbiu;  livcea;  livceamao;  livcle;  livcni;  livdansei;  livdantia;  livdou;  livflo;  livfro;  livhao;  livkanmo;  livkeo;  livkui;  livmidspanei;  livmuocko;  livnorjuo;  livpae;  livpeecle;  livsacdonsu;  livsacmao;  livsatci;  livsensi;  livsesmao;  livspa;  livspasensi;  livspasesmao;  livspe;  livtua;  nedlii;  norkalclivi;  norkalylivcea;  norkalylivcko;  norkalylivmao;  norlii;  paorlivsesmao;  rezlii;  samlivkeosei;  siflii;  simlivmao;  sitlivclecea;  snilii;  snilivsia;  snilivtakfundi;  spalii;  spalivcea;  spalivdou;  spalivsei;  stolii;  stolivcko;  stolivmao;  veglii;  

clo,
<cloro> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of cloro, chlorine.

cloro,
clo <ISV> S-Prim JCB '88 7+
   (1) B is some chlorine, element 17. [B-]
   Used In: nadclo;  

clorofili,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1) B is some chlorophyll, plant solar receptor material. [B-]

clu,
<cluva> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of cluva, love.

clubiu,
<clu(va)+bi(vd)u=love behaviour> 2-Cpx L4 '75 4.3
   (3a) K is affectionate toward D in ways/by doing V. [K-DV]
   lopo — (n) affection, the mass of such acts.
   lopu — (n) affection, the mass of such props.
   po — (n) an affection, a spec. act of showing -ion.
   pu — (n) an affection, a spec. prop. of -ate ones.

clucea,
<clu(va)+ce(nj)a=lover become> 2-Cpx L4 '75 4.3
   (2v) K fall in love with D. [K-D]

cluclu,
<clu(va)+clu(va)=love love> 2-Cpx APL '99 7+
   (2v) K adore D. [K-D]

cluditka,
<clu(va)+ditka=love bite> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 3.3
   (1n) B is a nibble/nip, an affectionate or playful bite. [B-]

clufia,
<clu(va)+fi(rp)a=love fear> 2-Cpx JCB '90 2.3
   (2v) D is awed by K [D-K]
   nu — (a) awesome, that which -s.
   nu — (v) awe..., cause awe in...
   po — (n) awe, a spec. instance of being awed.

clufikco,
<clu(va)+fikco=love fiction> 2-Cpx RAM '87 3.8
   (1a) B is romantic, US usage, related to love fiction. [B-]
   po — (n) a romance (US), an instance of love fiction.

clujmi,
<clu(va)+jmi(te)=love meet> 2-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (2v) K date/meet K romantically. [K-K]
   nu — (n) date, one who is dated, conv. of date.
   po — (n) date, a romantic meeting.

clukue,
<clu(va)+ku(mc)e=love reciprocally> 2-Cpx APL '99 7+
   (1v) K love each other. [K-]

clumildo,
<clu(va)+mildo=love mild> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.3
   (3a) K is tender toward/with D in matter V. [K-DV]
   lopu — (n) tenderness, mass term of properties.
   po — (n) a tenderness, a spec. act.
   pu — (n) a tenderness, a spec. property.

clutco,
<clu(va)+t(ot)co=love touch> 2-Cpx L4 '75 4.4
   (2v) K caress/stroke/pet D. [K-D]
   po — (n) a caress/stroke, an act of -ing.

clutiu,
<clu(va)+ti(fr)u=love offer> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (2v) K woo/court D. [K-D]

clutorpuo,
<clu(va)+tor+pu(ct)o=love two push(squeeze)> 2-Cpx L4 '75 5.2
   (2v) K hug/embrace/lovingly squeeze D. [K-D]
   po — (n) a hug/embrace, an act of -ing.

cluva,
clu <2/3E love;  3/6C syi huan;  3/6R liubov> 37% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (2v) K (is in) love (with) D. [K-D]
   (a) loving, of someone who -s.
   (n) a lover, one who -s.
   lopo — (n) love, mass term of states.
   nu — (a) beloved/loveable, conv. of love.
   nu — (n) a/the beloved/lover/mistress, a -ed person.
   po — (n) a/the love, an act/event/state of -ing.
   pu — (n) a lovingness, a property of lovers.
   Used In: clubiu;  clucea;  cluclu;  cluclu;  cluditka;  clufia;  clufikco;  clujmi;  clukue;  clumildo;  clutco;  clutiu;  clutorpuo;  femclu;  fomdreclu;  guiclu;  lidclu;  menclu;  norceaclu;  rarclu;  rarclugru;  sadclu;  saeclu;  torclu;  

cma,
<cmalo> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of cmalo, small.

cmabakvla,
<cma(lo)+bak(to)+vla(ko)=small bucket lake> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 2.3
   (1n) B is a slough, a natural body of water with no outlet. (often temporary). [B-]

cmabekti,
<cma(lo)+bekti=small object> 2-Cpx RAM '83 3.5
   (1n) B is a trifle. [B-]
   (a) trivial, pert. to a trifle.

cmabelsonpro,
<cma(lo)+be(k)l(i)+son(da)+pro(ju)=small bell sound produce > 4-Cpx APL '00 7+
   (1v) B tinkle. [B-]
   po — (n) an instance of a tinkle

cmabeu,
<cma(lo)+be(nd)u=small orchestra> 2-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (1n) B is a band/small orchestra. [B-]

cmabii,
<cma(lo)+bi(lt)i=small beautiful> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (4a) G is prettier/cuter to D than J is to D. (D and D may be the same or different, and if the same, is not re mentioned.) [G-DJD]
   (a) cute/pretty, cuter to...than...
   lopu — (n) cuteness/prettiness, mass term.
   pu — (n) a cuteness/prettiness, a spec. property.

cmablistari,
<cma(lo)+bli(cu)+stari=small possibility surprise> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 2.3
   (3v) K amaze/astonish D by doing/being V. [K-DV]
   (a) amazing/astonishing, pertaining to being -d.
   nu — (a) amazed by —, one who is -d.
   pu nu — (n) amazement/astonishment.

cmabreba,
<cma(lo)+breba=small bread> 2-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (1n) B is a biscuit/roll/bun. [B-]

cmacai,
<cma(lo)+ca(nl)i=small quantity> 2-Cpx RAM '88 3.5
   (2n) B is a trifle/bit/little/small quantity of F. [B-F]
   (a) trivial, pert. to a trifle.

cmacea,
<cma(lo)+ce(nj)a=small become> 2-Cpx L4 '82 2.9
   (1v) B shrink/contract/diminish/become smaller, cause unspecified. [B-]
   (a) diminishing, pert. to that which -es.
   (v) decline/lessen/abate/dwindle/ebb.
   po — (n) a diminution, a process of -ing.

cmacejpoa,
<cma(lo)+ce(n)j(a)+po(nd)a=small change respond> 3-Cpx JCB '88 2.9
   (3a) K is sensitive to/respond to changes in N as small as C. [K-NC]

cmaceo,
<cma(lo)+ce(tl)o=a bit wet> 2-Cpx RAM '87 3.0
   (2a) G is damper/moister than J. [G-J]
   (a) damp/moist.
   lopo — (n) dampness/moisture, mass state.
   lopu — (n) dampness/moisture, mass property.
   po — (n) a dampness, a state of being —.

cmaciu,
<cma(lo)+ci(kt)u=small equal> 2-Cpx RAM '87 2.2
   (3a) B is as small as B in dimension N. [B-BN]

cmacko,
<cma(lo)+cko(zu)=small cause> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.6
   (2v) N shrink/reduce/diminish/decrease, make smaller B in size, nonintentional; 'Hot water shrinks wool'. [N-B]
   (n) a reducer, that which -es.
   nu — (a) miniature, pert. to diminished things.
   nu — (n) a miniature, conv. of diminish.
   po — (n) a reduction/diminution/decrease, an act of -ing something.

cmaclafo,
<cma(lo)+clafo=small laugh> 2-Cpx APL '00 7+
   (1v) K chuckle/gurgle [K-]
   lepo — (ger) an instance of chuckling/gurgling.
   po — (n) a chuckle/gurgle.

cmacma,
<cma(lo)+cma(lo)=small small> 2-Cpx APL '00 7+
   (1a) B is miniscule/extremely small. [B-]

cmacmemao,
<cma(lo)+cme(ni)+ma(dz)o=small money make> 3-Cpx JCB '95 7+
   (4v) K change money F, a bill or a coin, into a set of smaller parts B of equal value for client D. [K-FBD]

cmadampa,
<cma(lo)+dampa=small pump> 2-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (1n) B is a syringe, a small hand pump. [B-]

cmaditka,
<cma(lo)+ditka=small bite> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 3.3
   (1n) B is a nibble/nip, a small or playful bite. [B-]

Cmafar,
<cmalo farfu=small father> Name JCB/RAM '91 3.0
   La — (na) the Father/Papa/Pa, referring by name to a specific father.

cmaflemai,
<cma(lo)+fle(ti)+ma(tc)i=small fly machine> 3-Cpx APL '95 7+
   (1n) B is a light aircraft [B-]

cmafodmao,
<cma(lo)+fo(l)d(i)+ma(dz)o=small folds make> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.1
   (2v) K gather D, a type of sewing. [K-D]

cmafoldi,
<cma(lo)+foldi=small fold> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.7
   (1n) N is a wrinkle, if the fold is still present. [N-]

cmafru,
<cma(lo)+fru(ta)=small fruit> 2-Cpx L4 '75 4.9
   (2n) B is a berry of plant F. [B-F]
   (a) berry, made of berries.

cmagrato,
<cma(lo)+grato=small cake> 2-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (1n) B is a cupcake. [B-]

cmahaa,
<cma(lo)+ha(sf)a=small house> 2-Cpx L4 '75 3.2
   (2n) B is a cabin/hut/shed/cottage of F, a small dwelling place. [B-F]

cmahoa,
<cma(lo)+ho(rm)a=small horse> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.3
   (1n) B is a pony, a small horse. [B-]

cmakanla,
<cma(lo)+kanla=small canal> 2-Cpx FR '87 3.2
   (2n) B is a ditch to drain F. [B-F]

cmalea,
<cma(lo)+le(tr)a=small letter> 2-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (2n) B is a small/lower case letter from set/font F. [B-F]

cmalo,
cma <3/4C syiao;  3/4R malo;  3/4G schmal;  2/4E small> 45% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (2a) J is smaller/littler/lesser than G, in bulk/mass by amount C. [J-GC]
   (av) a little/somewhat, in a small way/degree.
   — le da (a) least, smaller than anything in a set...
   — ra ba (a) least, smaller than anything.
   lopu — (n) size/smallness, mass term of properties.
   pu — (n) the size/smallness, smallness, a spec. property.
   Used In: cmabakvla;  cmabekti;  cmabelsonpro;  cmabeu;  cmabii;  cmablistari;  cmabreba;  cmacai;  cmacea;  cmacejpoa;  cmaceo;  cmaciu;  cmacko;  cmaclafo;  cmacma;  cmacma;  cmacmemao;  cmadampa;  cmaditka;  cmaflemai;  cmafodmao;  cmafoldi;  cmafru;  cmagrato;  cmahaa;  cmahoa;  cmakanla;  cmalea;  cmamackukreo;  cmamao;  cmamoa;  cmanaldi;  cmanalduo;  cmanunreo;  cmapiu;  cmapiucea;  cmareasae;  cmareu;  cmarolveo;  cmasitci;  cmaspi;  cmaspistu;  cmatepli;  cmatroku;  cmatuagru;  cmavalpu;  cmavau;  cmavizrie;  cmavla;  cmavri;  cnicmamao;  foircmamao;  muecma;  numcmacea;  pracmacea;  ratycmamao;  tricmagru;  

cmamackukreo,
<cma(lo)+ma(t)c(i)+kuk(ra)+re(nr)o=small machine gun(fast thrower)> 4-Cpx APL '99 7+
   (1n) B is a submachinegun. [B-]

cmamao,
<cma(lo)+ma(dz)o=small make> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.6
   (2v) K shrink/reduce/diminish/decrease, make smaller B in size, intentional. [K-B]
   (n) a reducer, one who -s.
   nu — (a) miniature, pert. to diminished things.
   nu — (n) a miniature, conv. of diminish.
   po — (n) a reduction/diminution/decrease, an act of -ing something.

Cmamat,
<cmalo matma> Name RAM/JCB '91 2.5
   (Na) Mamma/Mom.

cmamoa,
<cma(lo)+mo(nc)a=small mountain> 2-Cpx JFB '84 2.2
   (2n) B is a hill (ock)/knoll of landmass F. [B-F]

cmanaldi,
<cma(lo)+naldi=small nail> 2-Cpx L4 '75 3.0
   (1n) B is a tack/brad, a small metal fastener. [B-]

cmanalduo,
<cma(lo)+nal(di)+du(rz)o=small nail do> 3-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (3v) K tack (s) B to D. [K-BD]

cmanunreo,
<cma(lo)+nun+re(nr)o=small thrown> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.3
   (1n) B is a bullet/shot/missile (small)/projectile (small). [B-]

cmapiu,
<cma(lo)+pi(sk)u=small piece> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 5.0
   (2n) B is a speck/bit/mote/crumb of F. [B-F]

cmapiucea,
<cma(lo)+pi(sk)u+ce(nj)a=small piece change> 3-Cpx DB '83 2.2
   (2v) B crumble/fall apart under conditions N. [B-N]

cmareasae,
<cma(lo)+re(tc)a+sa(ns)e=small difference sense> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 2.4
   (2v) K discriminate/distinguish small differences among F (collective). [K-F]
   (a) discriminating, capable of -tion.
   lopu — (n) discrimination, mass property.
   po — (n) discrimination, an instance of -ing.

cmareu,
<cma(lo)+(t)re(l)u=small rod> 2-Cpx APL '99 7+
   (2n) B is a small rod/bar for purpose P [B-P]

cmarolveo,
<cma(lo)+rol(gu)+ve(sl)o=small cylindrical vessel> 3-Cpx HA/RAM '87 4.7
   (2n) B is a cask for P. [B-P]

cmasitci,
<cma(lo)+sitci=small city> 2-Cpx JCB '97 1.0
   (2n) B is a town/small city serving region/hinterland F. [B-F]
   nu — (n) a/the hinterland, of town/city...

cmaspi,
<cma(lo)+spi(cu)=small spirit> 2-Cpx JLT '85 4.4
   (1n) B is a fairy/sprite. [B-]

cmaspistu,
<cma(lo)+spi(cu)+stu(ci)=small spirit tale> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.0
   (2n) B is a fairy tale of/about V. [B-V]

cmatepli,
<cma(lo)+tepli=small church/chapel> 2-Cpx JFB '87 3.5
   (2n) B is a chapel, a small church of religion/culture S. [B-S]

cmatroku,
<cma(lo)+troku=small stone> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.4
   (1n) B is a pebble, a small stone. [B-]

cmatuagru,
<cma(lo)+tu(rk)a+gru(pa)=small work group> 3-Cpx RAM '87 3.5
   (2n) F is a team for doing P. [F-P]

cmavalpu,
<cma(lo)+valpu=small wave> 2-Cpx JRK '85 4.4
   (2n) N is a ripple on/in S. [N-S]

cmavau,
<cma(lo)+va(tl)u=small value> 2-Cpx JFB '84 3.5
   (1n) B is a trifle. [B-]
   (a) trivial, pert. to a trifle.

cmavizrie,
<cma(lo)+viz(ka)+(t)ri(m)e=small see instrument> 3-Cpx SLR/RAM '91 3.3
   (2n) B is a microscope of type F. [B-F]

cmavla,
<cma(lo)+vla(ko)=small lake> 2-Cpx KAC '83 2.3
   (1n) B is a tarn/pond/pool, a small natural body of water. [B-]

cmavri,
<cma(lo)+vri(ci)=small river> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.1
   (1n) B is a brook/rivulet/rill/creek/stream, a small river. [B-]

cme,
<cmeni> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of cmeni, money.

cmebatmi,
<cme(ni)+batmi=money trade> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 6.2
   (4v) K exchange/trade amount of money C (in one currency) for amount of money C (in another currency) with source S. [K-CCS]
   (il) trader/broker, one involved in money trade.
   po — (n) traffic, as in "drug traffic".

cmebatsio,
<cme(ni)+bat(mi)+si(st)o=money trade system> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 6.2
   (2n) N is the economy of F. [N-F]

cmedju,
<cme(ni)+dju(di)=money judge> 2-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (3v) K appraise the monetary value of B to be C. [K-BC]
   (n) an appraiser, one who judges monetarily.
   fu — (n) an appraisal, an assessed monetary value.
   nu — (n) appraisable, conv. of appraise.
   po — (n) an appraisal, an act of -ing, monetarily.

cmefaa,
<cme(ni)+fa(lb)a=money fail> 2-Cpx JPC '85 4.7
   (1v) D go bankrupt. [D-]
   (a) bankrupt, pertaining to being —.
   (n) bankrupt, a person who is —.
   po — (n) a bankruptcy, a spec. state of being —.

cmefantoa,
<cme(ni)+fan(ve)+to(kn)a=money reverse take> 3-Cpx JCB '95 7+
   (4v) K give change amount C to customer D for excess payment F for good/service V. [K-CDFV]

cmehea,
<cme(ni)+he(lb)a=money help> 2-Cpx SLR '94 7+
   (4v) K underwrite/subsidize B in undertaking V with amount C [K-BVC]
   ju — (n) C is a subsidy/contribution/investment

cmekasfa,
<cme(ni)+kasfa=money punishment> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 2.1
   (4n) B is a fine of C to D for V. [B-CDV]

cmekeu,
<cme(ni)+ke(rj)u=money care> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.8
   (2a) G is more saving/frugal/thrifty/economical than J. [G-J]
   lopu — (n) frugality/thrift/thriftiness, mass term.
   pu — (n) a frugality/thrift/thriftiness, a spec. property.

cmelae,
<cme(ni)+la(rt)e=money art> 2-Cpx JPC '85 4.7
   (2n) N is a principle of money management/finance formulated/practiced by K. [N-K]

cmenenkaa,
<cme(ni)+nen(ri)+ka(ml)a=money in come> 3-Cpx FR '87 3.2
   (2n) V is the income/revenue from S. [V-S]

cmeni,
cme <3/4E money;  3/5C chien;  2/4R deng i;  2/4F monnaie;  2/6S moneda> 47% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (2n) B is a piece/amount of money issued by S. [B-S]
   (a) financial/monetary/pecuniary, monetary, pert. to money.
   lo — (n) money, mass term.
   Used In: cmacmemao;  cmebatmi;  cmebatsio;  cmedju;  cmefaa;  cmefantoa;  cmehea;  cmekasfa;  cmekeu;  cmelae;  cmenenkaa;  cmenornurjuo;  cmepli;  cmeplidai;  cmeplidanmao;  cmesro;  cmesromao;  cmesui;  cmetua;  cmevemrao;  cmeveo;  dupcme;  fanlipcme;  hadycme;  lilcme;  mercme;  nurbeicme;  precme;  precmeveo;  ralspocme;  stocme;  stocmedou;  

cmenornurjuo,
<cme(ni)+nor+nur+(d)ju(p)o=money independent> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.9
   (1a) N is financially independent. [N-]

cmepli,
<cme(ni)+pli(zo)=money use> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.6
   (3v) K spend quantity of money C for D. [K-CD]
   (n) a spender, of money.
   nu — (a) spendable, as of money, conv. of spend.
   nu — (n) an expense, money spent for..., conv. form.

cmeplidai,
<cme(ni)+pli(zo)+da(nc)i=money use plan> 3-Cpx FR/JLT/JCB '87 4.2
   (3n) B is a budget for V by K. [B-VK]

cmeplidanmao,
<cme(ni)+pli(zo)+dan(ci)+ma(dz)o=money use plan make> 4-Cpx FR/JLT/JCB '87 4.2
   (2v ) K budget (s) for V. [K-V]
   (c) budgeter, one who -s.

cmesro,
<cme(ni)+so/r(di)=store/ reserves/ deposit of money> 2-Cpx FR/RAM '87 4.1
   (4n) C is a/the fund (s)/savings of K for D in/at B. [C-KDB]

cmesromao,
<cme(ni)+so/r(di)+ma(dz)o=money store make> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.3
   (3v) K save (money) C for purpose P. [K-CP]
   nu — (n) savings, that which is -d.
   po — (n) an instance of saving (money).

cmesui,
<cme(ni)+su(nd)i=money send> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.6
   (4v) K remit/send/transfer money C to D by V. [K-CDV]
   nu — (n) a remittance (from...to...by...).

cmetua,
<cme(ni)+tu(rk)a=paid work> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 4.0
   (2n) K is a professional in sport/activity V. [K-V]

cmevemrao,
<cme(ni)+ve(d)m(a)+(b)ra(t)o=money buy ratio> 3-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (3n) C is the exchange rate from currency S to currency D. [C-SD]

cmeveo,
<cme(ni)+ve(sl)o=money holder> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.5
   (1n) B is a wallet/billfold/(change) purse. [B-]

cmi,
<cmiza> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of cmiza, amused.

cmicko,
<cmi(za)+cko(zu)=amuse cause> 2-Cpx JFB '87 3.1
   (2v) V amuse (s) D, (nonintentional), cause amusement in. [V-D]

cmidou,
<cmi(za)+do(ns)u=fun give> 2-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (2v) K entertain/give a party/provide entertainment for D. [K-D]
   po — (n) a party/entertainment/treat, an act of -ing.

cmikeo,
<cmi(za)+(c)ke(m)o=fun time> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (3n) V is a carnival/celebration/fair among people K on occasion B. [V-KB]

cmimao,
<cmi(za)+ma(dz)o=amused make> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.4
   (2v) K entertain/amuse/be fun to...by being/doing V, intentional. [K-V]
   (a) amusing/entertaining, of that which -s.
   (n) an entertainer/entertainment, one who -s/an -ing thing.
   lopo — (n) fun/amusement/entertainment/treat, amusement, mass term.
   po — (n) some amusement/fun/entertainment/treat, an act/process of -ing.
   po nu — (n) amusement, a state of being -ed.

cmiza,
cmi <3/5E amuse;  2/4F amus er;  2/5R zabav liat;  3/9C syiao chien> 32% C-Prim L4 '75 3.5
   (2v) D is/are amused by/have fun doing/being/experiencing V. [D-V]
   (a) amused, of one having fun.
   lopo — (n) amusement/fun, mass term of such states.
   nu — (a) amusing, of activities that are fun.
   nu — (v) amuse/entertain...by...
   po — (n) an amusement/fun, a spec. state of having fun.
   Used In: cmicko;  cmidou;  cmikeo;  cmimao;  cmizao;  comcmi;  krulycmi;  

cmizao,
<cmi(za)+za(vl)o=fun bad> 2-Cpx JFB '84 3.7
   (1n) K is a practical joker. [K-]

cna,
<canli> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of canli, quantity.

cnadui,
<ca/n(li)+du(vr)i=quantity discover> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.1
   (4v) K determine (s) the magnitude of B on dimension N to be C [K-BNC]
   po — (n) a determination, act of -ing a quantity.

cnajai,
<ca/n(li)+ja(lt)i=quantity product> 2-Cpx JCB '88 7+
   (4v) G has/have C times as much N as J, e.g. X is 1.1 times Y's height. [G-CNJ]

cnasaa,
<ca/n(li)+sa(np)a=amount sign> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.7
   (2v) K quantify/specify the quantity of B. [K-B]
   (n) a quantifier, a sign which -ies.
   lopo — (n) quantification, mass term.
   nu — (a) quantifiable/quantitative, pert. to -ified forms.
   nu — (av) quantitatively, by means of -ifiers.
   po — (n) a quantification, an instance of -ing.

cni,
<cnida> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of cnida, need.

cnicmamao,
<cni(da)+cma(lo)+ma(dz)o=need small make> 3-Cpx L4 '75 1.9
   (3v) K satisfy the need of D for/to do V. [K-DV]
   (a) satisfactory, of need satisifying things.
   lopo nu — (n) satisfaction, mass term, states.
   lopu — (n) satisfaction, mass term, properties.
   nu — (a) satisfied, conv. of satisfy.
   po nu — (n) a satisfaction, a state of being -ed.
   pu — (n) a satisfaction, a spec. property.

cnida,
cni <3/3E need;  3/5C syu yao;  3/5R nuzhda;  4/9S necesidad;  2/5G Bedarf;  3/9H awashyakta> 59% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (3v) K need/require/want B for purpose/action P. [K-BP]
   lopo — (n) need/necessity, mass term of states
   no nu — (a) unnecessary/unneeded/needless, not needed by...for...
   nu — (a) necessary/needed/required, needed, conv. of need, q.v.
   nu — (n) a necessity/need/requirement, a needed thing.
   po — (n) a need/necessity/requirement, a spec. state of -ing.
   pu — (n) a need, a spec. property of -ing.
   pu nu — (n) a necessity, neededness.
   Used In: cildrecni;  cnicmamao;  cnifio;  cniflo;  cnisti;  helcni;  hoicni;  kaocni;  livcni;  nurcnitoa;  rajycni;  stocni;  tcicni;  

cnifio,
<cni(da)+fi(lm)o=need feel> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.5
   (2v) D lack/have a need for N. [D-N]
   nu — (n) a deficiency, a felt need, conv. of lack.
   po — (n) a lack, a state of lacking something.

cniflo,
<cni(da)+fo/l(ma)=need full> 2-Cpx L4 '75 6.0
   (2a) G is more needy/needful than J. [G-J]
   lopo — (n) need, mass term.
   po — (n) a need, a state of being -ful.

cninu,
cnu <2/2E new;  3/3C syin;  3/5H navin;  2/4S nuev o;  2/4F nouveau> 71% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (3a) B is new/novel to D in features N. [B-DN]
   (n) a novelty, a new thing.
   lopu — (n) newness/novelty, mass term of properties.
   pu — (n) a newness/novelty, a spec. property.
   Used In: cnulivgru;  cnulivpro;  cnulogli;  cnulua;  cnumao;  cnumerfua;  cnunurmao;  cnuplimao;  cnuvie;  maocnu;  nurcnu;  simcnumao;  starycnu;  

Cninu Nirne Natpao,
<cninu+nirne+natpao=New Year night before> Name JCB/RAM '90 3.4
   La — (Na) New Year's Eve.

cnisti,
<cni(da)+sti(se)=need stop> 2-Cpx JCB '93 3.3
   (3a) D is satisfied/content by/with/about B, some thing or outcome, with respect to N. [D-BN]
   lopo — (n) satisfaction, mass term of state.
   po — (n) an instance of satisfaction, need -ing.

cnu,
<cninu> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of cninu, new.

cnulivgru,
<cn(in)u+(c)liv(i)+gru(pa)=new living group> 3-Cpx JFB '87 2.5
   (3n) F is a colony of creatures B in D. [F-BD]

cnulivpro,
<cn(in)u+(c)liv(i)+pro(ju)=new life produce> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.8
   (1v) K reproduce/propagate (it/themselves). [K-]

cnulogli,
<cn(in)u+logli=new Loglanist> 2-Cpx JCB '94 7+
   (1n) B is a beginning Loglanist. [B-]

cnulua,
<cn(in)u+(p)lu(m)a=new feathers> 2-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (1n) B is a piece/quantity of down, new feathers. [B-]
   lo — (n) down, mass term.

cnumao,
<cn(in)u+ma(dz)o=new make> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 1.5
   (2v) K renovate/restore, restore D to original state. [K-D]
   (n) a renovator, general, one who -s .
   lopo — (n) restoration/renovation, mass term.
   po — (n) a restoration/renovation, general, a spec. property.

cnumerfua,
<cn(in)u+mer(ji)+fu(mn)a=new married woman> 3-Cpx L4 '75 1.6
   (2n) K is a/the bride of D. [K-D]
   (a) bridal, pert. to brides.

cnunurmao,
<cn(in)u+nur+ma(dz)o=new made> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (2a) G is newer/more newly made than J. [G-J]
   (a) new.

cnuplimao,
<cn(in)u+pli(zo)+ma(dz)o=new use make> 3-Cpx L4 '75 2.9
   (3v) K adapt/make over D for use V. [K-DV]
   nu — (a) adapted/adaptable, for a use.
   po — (n) an adaption, an act of -ing for use.

cnuvie,
<cn(in)u+vi(dr)e=new idea> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.6
   (1n) N is an original idea. [N-]

co,
LW L4 '75 2.3
   (c) be equivalent to/mean<, between modifiers.>.
   (c) if and only if, bet. modifiers/ied: 'Wise, if and only if good, man'.

coa,
<corta> LW L4 '75 1.0
   (af) a combining version of corta, short.
   (av) in short/sum/brief.
   (av) briefly/concisely/summarily/summing up/by way of summary, a discourse operator (UI).

coblo,
<ISV> S-Prim JCB '88 7+
   (1) B is some cobalt, element 27 (Co). [B-]

Coelenterata,
<Lin> Name JCB '88 7+
   lao — (na) the Coelenterata, a phylum of many celled animals.

coelhenterati,
<Lin> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (2n) B is a coelenterate of species F. [B-F]
   (a) coelenterate, pert. to -s.

coi,
<tcori> LW L4 '75 2.7
   (pp) according to/in principle, a relative oper. before design'ns (PA). [B-F]
   -ta (av) accordingly, according to that (rule).
   — ba (av ph) by rule, according to some rule x.
   — hu (q) how?/according to whatrule/method?, a question about procedure.

col,
<colku> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of colku, silk.

colcli,
<col(ku)+cli(ka)=silk like> 2-Cpx L4 '75 3.3
   (2a) G is more silky/silken/silk like than J. [G-J]
   pu — (n) a silkiness, a spec. property.

colku,
col <4/5R shiolk;  3/4C chou;  2/4E silk> 41% C-Prim L4 '75 2.9
   (2n) B is a (piece of) silk from source F. [B-F]
   (a) silk/silken, made of silk.
   lo — (n) silk, mass term.
   Used In: colcli;  

com,
<comtu> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of comtu, ashamed.

comcea,
<com(tu)+ce(nj)a=ashamed become> 2-Cpx RAM '91 3.3
   (2v) D is/becomes shamed by V, intransitive. [D-V]
   po — (n) a shame, a state of being/becoming shamed.

comcko,
<com(tu)+cko(zu)=shame cause> 2-Cpx RAM '87 4.9
   (2v) V shame/disgrace D, nonintentional; 'that act shamed him' [V-D]
   (a) disgracing (of...).
   lopu — (n) disgrace, mass property.
   nu — (a) disgraced (by...).
   po — (n) a specific disgrace/shaming (of...).
   po nu — (n) a shame, a state of being shamed.

comcle,
<com(tu)+cle(si)=shame without> 2-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (1a) K is/are shameless/brazen, feel no shame about anything. [K-]
   lopo — (n) shamelessness, mass term.
   po — (n) a shamelessness, a spec. state of -ness.

comcmi,
<com(tu)+cmi(za)=shame amused> 2-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (2a) K is vulgar in/about N. [K-N]

comflo,
<com(tu)+fo/l(ma)=shame full> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.6
   (2a) G is gross/grosser than J. [G-J]

comtoabeo,
<com(tu)+to(kn)a+be(gc)o=shame take request> 3-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (3v) K apologize, for V from D. [K-VD]

comtu,
com cot cou <3/4C syiou;  2/3E shame;  2/3F honte;  2/3G scham> 45% C-Prim L4 '75 3.3
   (2v) K feelshame about/ashamed of being/doing V. [K-V]
   (a) ashamed, of one who feels shame about...
   lopo — (n) shame, mass term of states.
   no — (a) unashamed, feels no shame about...
   nu — (a) shameful, of that which causes shame.
   po — (n) a/some shame, a spec. state of feeling ashamed.
   pu nu — (n) a shamefulness, a prop. of being -ful.
   Used In: comcea;  comcko;  comcle;  comcmi;  comflo;  comtoabeo;  cotmao;  fatcou;  socycomcea;  socycomcko;  socycou;  socycoumao;  

con,
<condi> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of condi, deep.

conblekue,
<con(di)+ble(ka)+ku(mc)e=deep look reciprocally> 3-Cpx APL '00 7+
   (1v) K (pl.) look deeply at each other. [K-]

concko,
<con(di)+cko(zu)=deep cause> 2-Cpx L4 '75 5.0
   (2v) V deepen D, make(s)...deeper, nonintentional. [V-D]
   po — (n) a deepening, an act/process of of -ing.

concui,
<con(di)+cu(tr)i=deep water> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 2.3
   (2n) B is a pool in F, a deep part in a river/stream. [B-F]

concuirua,
<con(di)+cu(tr)i+ru(tm)a=deep water way> 3-Cpx L4 '75 2.3
   (3n) B is a channel/deep-water way between S and S. [B-SS]

condi,
con <3/4S hondo;  2/3E deep;  2/3C shen;  2/5J shinen> 45% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (3a) G is deeper/more profound than J by C. [G-JC]
   lopu — (n) profundity, mass term of properties.
   nu — (a) shallow, less deep than, conv. form.
   pu — (n) a depth/profundity, a spec. property of deepness.
   Used In: conblekue;  concko;  concui;  concuirua;  conhou;  conkectaa;  conkei;  conkeicko;  conmakvlaci;  conmao;  conpai;  conpeo;  conpla;  conplacai;  conrispe;  conveo;  flofycondi;  norconcui;  nurconcuidzo;  

conhou,
<con(di)+ho(ld)u=deep hole> 2-Cpx CF '83 3.6
   (1n) B is anabyss, a deep pit. [B-]

conkectaa,
<con(di)+kec(ri)+ta(kn)a=deep sad talk> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 3.7
   (2v) K deplore (s) V. [K-V]
   (a) deploring...— pertaining to one who -s.

conkei,
<con(di)+ke(cr)i=deep sorrow> 2-Cpx JCB '93 7+
   (2a) K is griefstricken/woeful/heartbroken about V. [K-V]
   (v) grieve/lament about...
   lopo — (n) an event of grief/woe/heartbreak.

conkeicko,
<con(di)+ke(cr)i+cko(zu)=deep sorrow cause> 3-Cpx JRK '85 3.6
   (2v) K grieve/lament for D. [K-D]
   lopu — (n) grief, mass property.
   po — (n) an instance of grief.

conmakvlaci,
<con(di)+ma(n)k(o)+vlaci=deep mouth wash> 3-Cpx SLR '93 7+
   (2n) K gargle (s) with V. [K-V]

conmao,
<con(di)+ma(dz)o=deep make> 2-Cpx L4 '75 5.0
   (3v) K deepen D by V, make...deeper, intentional. [K-DV]
   po — (n) a deepening, an act/process of of -ing.

conoi,
<co + -noi> Cpd L4 '75 1.0
   (c) either...or, exclusive, between mods.
   (c) mean not, a connective between modifiers.
   (c) or...but not both, one word between mods.
   (c) or (else)/unless, excl. sense with modified/ fying words, e.g. 'bad or good man'.

conpai,
<con(di)+pa(rt)i=deepest part> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (2n) B is the bottom/deepest part of F. [B-F]

conpeo,
<con(di)+pe(ns)o=deeply think> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.8
   (2v) K reflect (s) /consider/contemplate/ponder/meditate/brood/think deeply about V. [K-V]
   (a) pensive/preoccupied, meditating on...
   lopo — (n) consideration/preoccupation/reflection, mass term.
   nu — (n) a preoccupation, a subject of thought.
   nu — (v) preoccupy..., conv. of preoccupied.
   po — (n) a consideration/preoccupation/reflection, an act of -ing.

conpla,
<con(di)+pla(ta)=deep plate> 2-Cpx L4 '75 4.2
   (1n) B is a bowl/deep dish. [B-]

conplacai,
<con(di)+pla(ta)+ca(nl)i=deep plate quantity> 3-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (2n) C is a bowl/bowlful of B. [C-B]

conrispe,
<con(di)+rispe=deep respect> 2-Cpx JLT/JCB/RAM '91 2.3
   (2v) K revere (s) D, have deep respect for... [K-D]
   lopu — (n) reverence, mass property.
   nu — (a) revered, deeply respected (by...).
   po — (n) an instance of reverence (for...).

conveo,
<con(di)+ve(sl)o=deep container> 2-Cpx FR '85 4.7
   (2n) B is a jar/urn/vase for/of P. [B-P]

Conynunrispe,
<Loglan deeply respected> Name JCB/RAM '91 4.3
   La — Name (Na) The Reverend Name, a title of respect.

cor,
<corta> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of corta, short.

corbri,
<cor(ta)+bri(ze)=short wind> 2-Cpx RAM '87 5.0
   (2n) N is a puff of B. [N-B]

corcea,
<cor(ta)+ce(nj)a=shorter become> 2-Cpx L4 '75 4.3
   (1v) B contract/become shorter. [B-]
   lopo — (n) contraction, mass term.
   po — (n) a contraction, a spec. act/state of -ing.1 7.

corcko,
<cor(ta)+cko(zu)=short cause> 2-Cpx RAM/JCB '90 2.4
   (2v) V curtail/cut off D (involuntary cause). [V-D]
   nu — (a) curtailed, the thing -ed.
   po — (n) a curtailing/cutting off, an instance of -ing.

corcri,
<cor(ta)+cri(na)=short rained on> 2-Cpx JCB '85 2.1
   (2v) D experience a shower from/be showered/rained on briefly by B. [D-B]

corcue,
<cor(ta)+cu(ts)e=short say> 2-Cpx RAM '88 3.2
   (3v) K mention/speak briefly of V to D. [K-VD]
   po — (n) a mention of...to...

corgencue,
<cor(ta)+gen(za)+cu(ts)e=short again say> 3-Cpx L4 '75 2.0
   (4v) K sum up/summarize/recapitulate/abstract V by saying N to D [K-VND]
   fu — (n) a recapitulation/resume/summary, a short account of...
   lopo — (n) summarization, mass term.
   po — (n) a summarization, an act of -ing.

corhozda,
<cor(ta)+hozda=short stocking> 2-Cpx L4 '75 6.8
   (1n) B is a pair of sock (s). [B-]

corkeo,
<cor(ta)+(c)ke(m)o=short time> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (2n) C is a moment, short time interval of period F. [C-F]
   (a) momentary, very brief.

corklu,
<cor(ta)+ku/(t)l(a)=short cut> 2-Cpx RAM/JCB '90 14
   (2v) K bob/crop/trim/cut short D. [K-D]
   (a) cropping/trimming (of...), pertaining to -ing.
   (n) cropper/trimmer (of...), one who -s.

corkosta,
<cor(ta)+kosta=short coat> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '90 3.8
   (1v) B is a (suit) coat/jacket/sports coat. [B-]

corkukreo,
<cor(ta)+kuk(ra)+re(nr)o=short quick thrower> 3-Cpx L4 '75 5.9
   (1n) B is a pistol/revolver, general term. [B-]

corlerci,
<cor(ta)+lerci=short letter> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.9
   (3n) B is a note, short letter to D from S. [B-DS]

cormao,
<cor(ta)+ma(dz)o=short make> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '82 2.4
   (2v) K shorten/curtail/cut off D, intentional. [K-D]
   nu — (a) shortened/curtailed, the thing -ed.
   po — (n) a curtailing/cutting off, an instance of -ing.

corsti,
<cor(ta)+sti(se)=short stop> 2-Cpx JCB/APL '95 1.0
   (2v) K pause from activity V. [K-V]
   po — (n) an instance of a pause/hold in an activity...

corsto,
<cor(ta)+sto(lo)=short stay> 2-Cpx MP/RAM/JCB '91 3.1
   (1a) N is fugitive/transient/fleeting/evanescent/ephemeral/momentary/passing/temporary. [N-]

corta,
cor coa <4/4E short;  4/5H chhota;  3/4S cort o;  3/7R korotko> 48% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (3a) G is shorter than J by C. [G-JC]
   pu — (n) a shortness, in length, a spec. property.
   Used In: ckecoa;  corbri;  corcea;  corcko;  corcri;  corcue;  corgencue;  corhozda;  corkeo;  corklu;  corkosta;  corkukreo;  corlerci;  cormao;  corsti;  corsto;  cortaa;  cortai;  cortakma;  corvei;  corvia;  coryrue;  vrecoa;  

cortaa,
<cor(ta)+ta(kn)a=short talk> 2-Cpx APL '99 7+
   (3v) K snap at D about N. [K-DN]

cortai,
<cor(ta)+(s)ta(l)i=short stand> 2-Cpx RAM/JCB '91 3.5
   (2v) K kneel for (purpose) P. [K-P]

cortakma,
<cor(ta)+takma=short attack> 2-Cpx APL '95 7+
   (3v) K raid D with purpose P. [K-DP]
   po — (n) a raid.

corvei,
<cor(ta)+ve(tc)i=short event> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (2a) G is more brief/transient/passing/transitory/ephemeral than J. [G-J]

corvia,
<cor(ta)+vi(zk)a=short see> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.3
   (2v) K glimpse D, see...briefly. [K-D]
   po — (n) a glimpse, an act of -ing.

coryrue,
<cor(ta)+y+(b)ru(t)e=short breathe> 2-Cpx APL '00 7+
   (2v) K gasp at/for N. [K-N]
   po — (n) a gasp.

cosne,
<ISV> S-Prim JCB '88 7+
   (2n) B is the cosine of angle F. [B-F]

cot,
<comtu> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of comtu, ashamed.

cotmao,
<co(m)t(u)+ma(dz)o=shame make> 2-Cpx RAM '87 4.9
   (3v) K shame/disgrace D by V, intentional. [K-DV]
   (a) disgracing (of...by...).
   lopu — (n) disgrace, mass property.
   nu — (a) disgraced (by...by...).
   po — (n) a specific disgrace/shaming, an act of making ashamed (of...by...).
   po nu — (n) a shame, a state of being shamed.

cou,
<comtu> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of comtu, ashamed.

cpu,
<cpula> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of cpula, pull.

cpublakrilu,
<cpu(la)+bla(da)+krilu=pull blade wheel> 3-Cpx SRL/RAM/APL '95 7+
   (2n) B is a propeller on device F. [B-F]

cpucavle,
<cpu(la)+cavle=pull shovel> 2-Cpx RAM '95 7+
   (1n) B is a hoe. [B-]

cpufro,
<cpu(la)+fo/r(li)=pull strong> 2-Cpx SLR '92 7+
   (3a) K is strong at pulling D against resistance N. [K-DN]

cpukarti,
<cpu(la)+karti=pull cart> 2-Cpx RAM '88 4.1
   (1n) B is a cart/waggon/wagon. [B-]

cpula,
cpu <2/2C la;  2/3E pull> 44% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (4v) K pull/draw B to D from S. [K-BDS]
   po — (n) a pull, an act/process of -ing.
   pu — (n) a pull, a spec. property.
   Used In: belcpu;  borcpu;  cpublakrilu;  cpucavle;  cpufro;  cpukarti;  cpurai;  cpuresduo;  cpuresfu;  cpureu;  cputca;  daacpu;  dricpu;  dustycpu;  dustycpuduo;  gancpu;  kincpu;  koecpu;  korkycpurie;  makcpu;  nartycpu;  nazbycpu;  norviacpu;  nurcpublakrilu;  satcpu;  sudnycpu;  trecputca;  zvocpu;  

cpurai,
<cpu(la)+(t)ra(t)i=pull try> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (2v) K tug at/try to pull B. [K-B]

cpuresduo,
<cpu(la)+res(fu)+du(rz)o=pull clothing do> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.7
   (3v) K harness/yoke D for P. [K-DP]

cpuresfu,
<cpu(la)+resfu=pull garment> 2-Cpx RAM '88 5.1
   (2n) B is a harness for P. [B-P]

cpureu,
<cpu(la)+(t)re(l)u=pull rail> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.9
   (1n) B is a yoke, for linking animals for traction. [B-]

cputca,
<cpu(la)+tca(ro)=pull car> 2-Cpx RAM '88 4.8
   (1n) B is a tractor, any vehicle which tows another. [B-]

cra,
<crano> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of crano, smile.

crafoa,
<cra(no)+fo(rm)a=smile form> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.9
   (2n) V is a/the smile/way of smiling of B. [V-B]

crano,
cra <3/3C syao;  2/4E grin> 39% C-Prim L4 '75 1.4
   (2v) K smile at D. [K-D]
   po — (n) a smile, a spec. act of -ing.
   Used In: crafoa;  fancra;  kubcra;  

cri,
<crina> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of crina, rained on.

cribanci,
<cri(na)+banci=rain bath> 2-Cpx JCB '85 2.1
   (2v) K (take a) shower (bath) in B. [K-B]

cribritetri,
<cri(na)+bri(ze)+tetri=rain wind weather> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.6
   (2n) N is a rainsquall in B, e.g. Mu pa nu cribritetri We had a rainsquall. [N-B]
   (a) stormy (of the type specified).

criflo,
<cri(na)+fo/l(ma)=rain full> 2-Cpx L4 '75 5.7
   (2a) G is rainier/more rain full than J. [G-J]
   pu — (n) a raininess, a spec. property.

crina,
cri <3/4C syia yu;  2/3E rain;  2/5H barish> 42% C-Prim L4 '75 2.0
   (2v) D is rained on by S. [D-S]
   (n) rain cloud, something that rains on...
   ba — (ph) it's raining.
   lopo — (n) rain, mass term of events.
   po — (n) some rain, a spec. event/act of -ing.
   Used In: bisycri;  corcri;  cribanci;  cribritetri;  criflo;  critetri;  nicycri;  norfelcri;  salceacri;  tiocri;  totcri;  

critetri,
<cri(na)+tetri=rain weather> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.6
   (2n) N is a rainstorm in B, e.g. Mu pa nu critetriWe had a rainstorm. [N-B]
   (a) stormy (of the type specified).

cromo,
<ISV> S-Prim JCB '88 7+
   (1) B is some chromium, element 24 (Cr) [B-]

cte,
<cteki> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of cteki, tax.

ctecle,
<cte(ki)+cle(si)=tax free> 2-Cpx APL '95 7+
   (2v) B is free of tax/duty C [B-C]
   (a) tax/duty free
   (n) tax/duty free goods
   — vedsia (n) tax/duty free shop

cteduo,
<cte(ki)+du(rz)o=tax do> 2-Cpx FR '87 3.1
   (3v) K tax D on B. [K-DB]

cteki,
cte <3/4C shuei;  3/5G steuer;  2/4E tax;  2/4H taks;  3/6J zeikin;  2/5R taksa> 49% C-Prim L4 '75 1.6
   (4n) B is the tax/custom/duty/toll/tribute imposed on D paid by K to F. [B-DKF]
   lopo — (n) taxation, mass term of acts.
   nu — (a) taxable, can be -ed, conv. of tax.
   po — (n) a taxation, a spec. act of -ing.
   Used In: ctecle;  cteduo;  ctepre;  nenbeicte;  norgaucte;  

ctepre,
<cte(ki)+p(ap)re=tax paper> 2-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (3n) B is a tax stamp, proof of payment of tax V by K. [B-VK]

cti,
<ctifu> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of ctifu, stiff.

ctidou,
<cti(fu)+do(ns)u=stuff give> 2-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (2v) K substantiate/give substance to D. [K-D]
   po — (n) a substantiation.

ctifu,
cti <3/3C sh ti;  3/4G stoff;  2/4E stuff;  2/6F matiere;  2/9R matieriya> 50% C-Prim L4 '75 3.5
   (1a) B is some matter/substance/stuff/material, any instance of a physical material. [B-]
   (a) material/substantial, of substance.
   lo — (n) matter/substance, mass term of instances.
   po — (n) substantiality, a state of being -ial.
   Used In: caocti;  ctidou;  ctiganmoa;  ctikai;  ctikarti;  ctikua;  ctimoa;  ctimonmao;  ctitio;  datklinycti;  dracti;  felcti;  furpoacti;  grodatcti;  jelcti;  jelctiveo;  kiucti;  kiurctiduo;  kiurctivemsia;  koldoncti;  kukcaocti;  nejycti;  nercti;  nerctimao;  nurfesycti;  punsticti;  puocti;  roacti;  rofcti;  rofctiduo;  rorholcti;  rorholcticea;  skactikai;  sniklucti;  sniklufuicti;  stocti;  vincti;  vincticko;  vinctimao;  vinctipro;  vinctiveo;  

ctiganmoa,
<cti(fu)+gan(ta)+mo(nc)a=stuff high mountain> 3-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (2n) B is a mass/heap/stack/hill/mountain/huge pile, fig., a mountain of F. [B-F]

ctikai,
<cti(fu)+ka(tl)i=stuff quality> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.6
   (2n) G has more mass than J. [G-J]
   (a) more massive than...
   (n) a body/particle, anything that has mass.
   lopu — (n) mass, mass term for mass.
   pu — (n) a mass, property of a spec. object.

ctikarti,
<cti(fu)+karti=materials cart> 2-Cpx JCB '83 2.2
   (1n) B is a dray/wagon/waggon, one used for material transport. [B-]

ctikua,
<cti(fu)+ku(vg)a=stuff cover> 2-Cpx JJ/JCB '93 4.8
   (3v) K cover up/bury B with V. [K-BV]

ctimoa,
<cti(fu)+mo(nc)a=stuff mountain> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.6
   (3n) B is a pile/mound/heap/hill/stack of F for P. [B-FP]

ctimonmao,
<cti(fu)+mon(ca)+ma(dz)o=stuff mountain make> 3-Cpx JPC '85 2.8
   (3v) K heap/stack up a pile of B for P. [K-BP]

ctitio,
<cti(fu)+ti(dj)o=stuff heavy> 2-Cpx RAM '87 2.2
   (2a) G is denser than J. [G-J]
   (a) dense.
   lopu — (n) density.

ctu,
<ctuda> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of ctuda, feces.

ctuda,
ctu <2/2C da;  3/4G stuhl;  2/4E stool;  2/4R stul;  4/8J tsuji ga aru;  2/6S mierda> 54% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (2n) B is some excrement/stool/feces of F. [B-F]
   (a) fecal, pert. to excrement.
   Used In: ctupro;  fagctu;  

ctupro,
<ctu(da)+pro(ju)=feces produce> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (2v) K defecate on/in D. [K-D]
   po — (n) a defecation, an act of -ing.

cu,
LW L4 '75 1.0
   (af) a suffix attaching to number words (NI) forming an indefinite-set descriptor. E.g., tocu in: Tocu kicmu pa kiuklu levi nordje Some two doctors operated (together) on this patient. Cf. To kicmu pa kiukli levi nordje Each of some two doctors operated independently on this patient.
   (c) whether (or not), between modified/fying words.

cuc,
<cutci> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of cutci, shoe.

cucbasmao,
<cu(t)c(i)+bas(ni)+ma(dz)o=shoe bottom make> 3-Cpx FR '85 4.7
   (3v) K sole shoes of D for P. [K-DP]

cucbasni,
<cu(t)c(i)+basni=shoe bottom> 2-Cpx FR '85 4.6
   (2n) B is the sole of (footwear) F. [B-F]

cucduo,
<cu(t)c(i)+du(rz)o=shoe do> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.5
   (2v) K shoe D, put shoes on... [K-D]
   nu — (a) shod, having shoes.

cucfanduo,
<cu(t)c(i)+fan(ve)+du(rz)o=shoe reverse do> 3-Cpx JRK '83 3.6
   (3v) K take off shoes B from D. [K-BD]

cuckoe,
<cu(t)c(i)+ko(rc)e=shoe cord> 2-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (1n) B is a shoe lace/shoestring. [B-]

cucmao,
<cu(t)c(i)+ma(dz)o=shoe make> 2-Cpx L4 '75 5.5
   (2n) K is a shoemaker/cobbler, maker of shoe(s) P. [K-P]

cucylakse,
<cu(t)c(i)+y+lakse=shoe wax> 2-Cpx L4 '75 7.5
   (1n) B is an amount of shoe polish. [B-]
   lo — (n) shoe polish, mass term.

cucysei,
<cu(t)c(i)+y+se(tc)i=shoe set> 2-Cpx APL '00 7+
   (2n) B is a shoe pair/ a pair of shoes belonging to D. [B-D]

cucysta,
<cu(t)c(i)+y+sta(di)=shoe platform> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (2n) B is a/the heel of shoe F. [B-F]

cue,
<cutse> Afx L4 '81 15+
   (af) a combining form of cutse, say

cuepre,
<cu(ts)e+p(ap)re=say paper> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.5
   (3n) B is a document/deed/contract/covenant expressing action V by party(ies) K. [B-VK]

cuesri,
<cu(ts)e+sri(te)=say write> 2-Cpx SLR '91 7+
   (4v) K transcribe speech P by speaker D on/in V. [K-PDV]
   po — (n) an instance of transcription.

cui,
LW L4 '81 15+
   (af) a combining version of cutri, water.
   (pm) (left mark of a left connectand in word strings).

cuicli,
<cu(tr)i+cli(ka)=water like> 2-Cpx L4 '75 4.5
   (2a) G is more watery/thin than J is. [G-J]
   nu — (a) thick, less watery than...
   pu — (n) a wateriness, sp. prop.

cuidru,
<cu(tr)i+d(i)r(l)u=water lose> 2-Cpx JFB '88 4.3
   (1v) B fade/wither/wilt/lose color from desiccation. [B-]
   (a) faded/withered/wilted (from desiccation).

cuiflo,
<cu(tr)i+fo/l(ma)=water full> 2-Cpx L4 '75 5.5
   (3a) G is (more) aqueous/watery than J is V, e.g. x is more watery than x is oily, or x is more watery than y (is watery) [G-JV]
   pu — (n) a wateriness, a spec. prop.

cuirclimao,
<cu(tr)i+r+cli(ka)+ma(dz)o=water like make> 3-Cpx L4 '75 7.4
   (3v) thin/dilute/water down...by adding...
   nu — (a) thinned/diluted, as a result of watering down.

cuirduo,
<cu(tr)i+r+du(rz)o=water do> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.5
   (2v) K water D, pour/sprinkle water on... [K-D]

cuirsatci,
<cu(tr)i+r+satci=water start> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.5
   (1n) B is a spring/water source, a source of water. [B-]

cuirtcenorbli,
<cu(tr)i+r+tce(ru)+nor+bli(cu)=water penetrate not possible> 3-Cpx RAM '93 3.3
   (2a) V is waterproof under conditions N. [V-N]

cun,
<cundo> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of cundo, window.

cundo,
cun cuo <4/5E window;  2/4J mado;  2/5C chuang> 35% C-Prim L4 '75 1.4
   (2n) B is a window of F. [B-F]
   Used In: cunhou;  cunkua;  cunpai;  kepcuo;  mekcuo;  pracuo;  tcacuo;  tcafrecuo;  tepcuo;  

cunhou,
<cun(do)+ho(ld)u=window hole> 2-Cpx APL '95 7+
   (1n) B is the aperture created by an open window. [B-]

cunkua,
<cun(do)+ku(vg)a=window cover> 2-Cpx RAM '87 2.7
   (2n) B is a blind/shutter blocking light V. [B-V]

cunoi,
<cu + -noi> Cpd L4 '75 15
   (c) whether not, bet. modifiers/ ied, eg. 'wise whether not good, man'.

cunpai,
<cun(do)+pa(rt)i=window part> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 2.9
   (2n) B is a pane of a window F. [B-F]

cuo,
<cundo> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of cundo, window.

cup,
<cupro> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of cupro, copper.

cupcli,
<cup(ro)+cli(ka)=copper like> 2-Cpx L4 '75 7.5
   (2a) G is (more) coppery than J, more like copper than.... [G-J]

cupro,
cup <ISV> S-Prim JCB '88 7+
   (1) B is some copper, element 29 (Cu). [B-]
   (a) cupric / ous, pert. to copper
   Used In: cupcli;  

cur,
<curca> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of curca, safe.

curca,
cur <3/3E sure;  4/7H suraksha;  3/6C bau shan;  2/5S segur> 51% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (2a) B is safe/secure from danger V. [B-V]
   lopo — (n) safetysecurity/assurance, mass state.
   pu — (n) a safety/assurance, a spec. property of being safe.
   Used In: curcea;  curcko;  curkla;  curkri;  curkua;  curmao;  curmaokamda;  curmou;  curpilkoe;  curyresfu;  folcurtca;  stocurkamda;  stocurmao;  

curcea,
<cur(ca)+ce(nj)a=safe become> 2-Cpx RAM '91 1.5
   (2v) be/become B is guarded/protected/secure/preserved from (danger) N, intransitive. [B-N]
   (a) guarded/protected, of that which is -ed.
   po — (n) a preservation/security, a state of being -ed.

curcko,
<cur(ca)+cko(zu)=secure cause> 2-Cpx L4 '82 2.6
   (3v) V secure/protect/preserve/guard D from danger/threat N, nonintentional i.e. paint protects iron from rust. [V-DN]
   (a) protective, of that which -s.
   (n) a guardian/protector, that which -s.
   nu — (a) guarded/protected, of that which is so -ed.
   po — (n) a preservation/protection/security, an act of -ing.
   po nu — (n) a preservation/security, a state of being -ed.
   pu— (n) protection, a prop. of a protector.

curkla,
<cur(ca)+kla(bu)=safe cloth> 2-Cpx RAM '88 4.8
   (2n) B is a napkin for N, US clothing protect, UK baby diaper. [B-N]

curkri,
<cur(ca)+kri(do)=safe believe> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (3v) K trust/entrust B with (the care of) D. [K-BD]
   (a) trusting, one who -s someone with...
   nu — (a) trustable/trustworthy, able to be -ed with.
   po — (n) a trust, an act of -ing...with...
   po nu — (n) a trust, a state of being -ed with...
   pu nu — (n) a trustworthiness, a prop. of being -able.

curkua,
<cur(ca)+ku(vg)a=sure cover> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 4.0
   (3v) B mask D from N for protection, e.g. masking tape, photographic mask. [B-DN]
   (n) a mask, that which -s.

curmao,
<cur(ca)+ma(dz)o=safe make> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.5
   (4v) K guard/protect/secure/preserve D from danger/threat N by V, intentional act. [K-DNV]
   (a) protective, of one who -s.
   (n) a guardian/protector, one who -s.
   nu — (a) guarded/protected, of that which is -ed.
   po — (n) a preservation/protection/security, an act of -ing.
   po nu — (n) a preservation/security, a state of being -ed.

curmaokamda,
<cur(ca)+ma(dz)o+kamda=safe make fight> 3-Cpx L4 '75 1.4
   (3v) K defend, fight to secure D against/from N. [K-DN]
   (n) a defender, one who defends.
   lopo — (n) defence, mass term of acts.
   nu — (a) defendable, can be -ed, conv. of defend.
   po — (n) a defence, a spec. act of defending.

curmiio,
<ISV> Bor. JCB '88 7+
   (1) B is some curium, element 96 (Cm). [B-]

curmou,
<cur(ca)+mo(rd)u=safe more> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.0
   (4a) G is safer/more secure from N than J is from (danger) N. [G-NJN]

curpilkoe,
<cur(ca)+pil(no)+ko(rc)e=safe flat cord> 3-Cpx APL '96 7+
   (2n) B is a seat belt/safety belt of vehicle F [B-F]

curta,
<3/3E shirt;  3/5H kurta;  3/5J shatsu> 39% C-Prim L4 '75 3.8
   (1n) B is a shirt, an article of clothing. [B-]

curyresfu,
<cur(ca)+y+resfu=safe dress> 2-Cpx RAM '83 3.9
   (2n) B is armor for protection against N. [B-N]

cus,
<cutse> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of cutse, say.

cuskue,
<cu(t)s(e)+ku(mc)e=say reciprocally> 2-Cpx APL '99 7+
   (2v) K say to each other P. (the same greeting etc) [K-P]

cut,
<cutri> Afx JCB '88 15+
   (af) a combining version of cutri, water.

cutblabou,
<cut(ri)+bla(da)+bo(ts)u=water blade boat> 3-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (1n) B is a hydrofoil. [B-]

cutci,
cuc <2/2E shoe;  2/2G schuh;  2/3C syie;  2/5H juta> 54% C-Prim L4 '75 3.2
   (1n) B is a (pair of) shoe (s). [B-]
   lo — (n) shoes, mass term.
   Used In: blacucgoi;  blacucpli;  blacutci;  cucbasmao;  cucbasni;  cucduo;  cucfanduo;  cuckoe;  cucmao;  cucylakse;  cucysei;  cucysta;  hafcutci;  kapcutci;  sucycutci;  

cutflemai,
<cut(ri)+fle(ti)+ma(tc)i=water fly machine> 3-Cpx APL '95 7+
   (1n) B is a seaplane/float plane [B-]

cuthou,
<cut(ri)+ho(ld)u=water hole> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.5
   (2n) B is a well/waterhole at D. [B-D]

cutkua,
<cut(ri)+ku(vg)a=water covered> 2-Cpx L4 '75 5.5
   (2a) G is more water covered/watery/wetter than J is. [G-J]
   (a) wet, covered with water.

cutlaiflemai,
<cut(ri)+la(nd)i+fle(ti)+ma(tc)i=water land fly machine> 4-Cpx APL '95 7+
   (1n) B is an amphibian (aircraft) [B-]

cutlekykro,
<cut(ri)+le(n)k(i)+y+kro(li)=water electric current> 3-Cpx JCB/RAM '92 7+
   (2n) V is a hydroelectric current from site P. [V-P]
   lo — (n) hydroelectricity, mass term

cutlenki,
<cut(ri)+lenki=water electric> 2-Cpx JCB '88 7+
   (2n) V is hydroelectric from site P. [V-P]

cutpalgoi,
<cut(ri)+(s)pal(i)+go(dz)i=water surface go> 3-Cpx RAM '95 7+
   (4v) K hydroplane to D from S on/via V. [K-DSV]

cutpinti,
<cut(ri)+pinti=water paint> 2-Cpx APL '98 7+
   (1n) B is some watercolour paint [B-]

cutpravalbou,
<cut(ri)+pra(se)+val(ti)+bo(ts)u=water process jump boat> 4-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (1n) B is a hydroplane, a type of boat. [B-]

cutpravalreo,
<cut(ri)+pra(se)+val(ti)+re(nr)o=water process jump throw> 4-Cpx SLR '95 7+
   (5v) K skip B (e.g. a stone) to D from S on/via water V. [K-BDSV]

cutraa,
<cut(ri)+(g)ra(s)a=flat grass> 2-Cpx JCB/RAM '91 3.0
   (1n) B is a reed, a grass that grows in water or bogs. [B-]

cutri,
cut cui <3/4E water;  3/4C shuei> 40% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (1n) B is a body/expanse/portion/drop of water. [B-]
   (a) aquatic, pert. to water.
   lo — (n) water, mass term.
   Used In: bancycui;  concui;  concuirua;  cuicli;  cuidru;  cuiflo;  cuirclimao;  cuirduo;  cuirsatci;  cuirtcenorbli;  cutblabou;  cutflemai;  cuthou;  cutkua;  cutlaiflemai;  cutlekykro;  cutlenki;  cutpalgoi;  cutpinti;  cutpravalbou;  cutpravalreo;  cutraa;  cutrua;  cutvao;  cutvaobou;  cutvaopro;  fagcui;  felcui;  grocuiflemai;  kukcui;  mekcui;  miurcui;  nigslicui;  norconcui;  normuvcui;  nurconcuidzo;  slicui;  

cutrua,
<cut(ri)+ru(tm)a=water route> 2-Cpx L4 '75 1.5
   (4n) B is a channel/canal between S and D via V. [B-SDV]

cutse,
cus cue <2/3E said;  2/3C shuo> 36% C-Prim L4 '75 1.0
   (3v) K say/comment/utter B to D. [K-BD]
   nu — (n) an utterance, something said to someone.
   nu — (n) utterable, conv. of say.
   Used In: bardycue;  clacue;  claroicue;  clevolcue;  corcue;  corgencue;  cuepre;  cuesri;  cuskue;  djacue;  djucue;  drecue;  dupcue;  durcue;  falcueste;  folcue;  fomcue;  fomcuepre;  furdoncue;  furvemcue;  gancue;  gencue;  gricue;  gubdurcue;  gundurcue;  hapcue;  hapviacue;  jmicue;  juircue;  kafcue;  kafdurcue;  kakdurcue;  kaorzavcue;  katcue;  keircue;  kencue;  kumcuetra;  lalcue;  lalnurcue;  learcue;  majpurcue;  minridcue;  movcue;  nazbybricue;  norcue;  nordurcue;  norgaucue;  norklicue;  norleicue;  norponcue;  norselfalcue;  noryriucue;  notpurcue;  nurckocue;  nurcuesaa;  nurcuetra;  nurjetcue;  nursancue;  pakcue;  peircue;  polcue;  poncue;  pracue;  prutycue;  pubcue;  pubtracue;  pubzavcue;  ridcue;  rircue;  riurtracue;  sacycue;  sadnurcue;  samcue;  selfalcue;  seltsecue;  skucue;  smicue;  soncue;  srudurcue;  stucue;  tencue;  tetpaocue;  tifnorcue;  tordurcue;  tordurcuepre;  tracue;  tradjocue;  tsedasycue;  tsidurcue;  tsikaocue;  vatcue;  vetcue;  vikcue;  zavbivcue;  zavcue;  zavkaocue;  zavspocue;  

cutvao,
<cut(ri)+va(pr)o=water vapour> 2-Cpx L4 '75 2.5
   (1) B is a quantity of steam, water in a gaseous state. [B-]
   lo — (n) steam, mass term.

cutvaobou,
<cut(ri)+va(pr)o+bo(ts)u=water gas boat> 3-Cpx BW '83 3.3
   (2n) B is a steamship of F. [B-F]

cutvaopro,
<cut(ri)+va(pr)o+pro(ju)=water vapor produce> 3-Cpx APL '85 7+
   (2v) K produce steam from S. [K-S]
   (a) steaming

Cvaitz,
<German name for Switzerland (phonetic)> Name APL '98 7+
   (na) Switzerland