baden
(nII) plum
ban
(nIII) peace; peaceful
bar
(nIII) foot
bara
(vi) to go on foot, to walk
bariyas
(nII) usual environment, action radius, beat
barsen
(nII) shoe
baryn
(nII) footstep
baryas
(nII) usual environment, action radius, beat
basta
(vi/vt) to beat (regularly)
basten
(nII) heart
bastyn
(nII) drum
bastyna
(vi/vt) to beat (regularly), to drum
becha
(vt) to mock, to make fun of
beden
(nII) goat
bedin
(nIIc) herd of goats
bedinan
(nII) goatherd
bedhen
(nII) wall
ber
(nIII) sitting on eggs, brooding-time
bera
(vt) to hatch, to brood (also figuratively, applied to plans etc.)
berat, lea -
(vImp) to hatch
bersin
(nIIc) brood
beryas
(nII) nest; fig.: hotbed
berynat, lea -
(vImp) to hatch
berys
(nII) broody
besh
3
beshen
(nII) triangle; triangular
beshi
30
best
(nIII) stocking
biryn
(nII) nut
biryn nestyn
"eye nut" almond
biryn pyth
"brain nut" walnut
boch
(nIII) rich (n money); riches, wealth, treasure, capital
bocha
(vi) to live on one's wealth
bochan
(nII) wealthy person, person of independent means
bod
(nIII) glue
boda
(vt) to stick, to glue
bodin
(nII) onion
bor
(nIII) frontier, border, boundary
borin
(nII) frontier, border, boundary
born
(nIII) horse
born asel
grey horse
born myst
sorrel horse
borna
(vi/vt) to ride an animal
bornan
(nII) rider (also the coin)
bornan ven
silver rider (coin)
boryas
(nII) borderland, no man's land
brach
(nIII) dragon
brad
(nIII) imitation
brada
(vi/vt) to copy, to follow a model
bradyn
(nII) copy, something made from a model
bron
(nIII) love
brona
(vt) to love
broy
(nIII) hole, pit
brud
(nIII) beer, ale
bruda
(vi/vt) to brew
brudan
(nII) brewer
brudyn
(nII) mug of beer, a beer
brus
(nIII) hemp
brusa
(vi/vt) to smoke (hemp)
brusan
(nII) hemp merchant, herb merchant, apothecary
brusen
(nII) pipe
brusen dayen
water-pipe
brusyn
(nII) a pipeful of hemp, a smoke
brusyna
(vi) to have a smoke, to take a drag
bruve
(nI) beautiful, handsome, good-looking
brych
(nIII) shell, crust, hull
bryn
(nIII) mountain, hill
brys
(nIII) run, sprint
brysa
(vi) to run
bryshas
(nII) running track
bryshen
(nII) pie
brysin
(nIIc) foot-race
bryth
(nIII) milk
brytha
(vt) to milk
brythan
(nII) milkmaid, dairymaid; milkman, milk seller
bul
(nIII) pain
bulen
(nII) mount, saddle animal
bulsen
(nII) hurt, acute pain
bulsina
(vt) to hurt
bur
(nIII) question
bura
(vi (with indirect object or no + irr.)) to ask
bura, le -
(vr) to ask oneself, to wonder
bych
(nIII) demand
bycha
(vt) to demand, to ask something (acc.) of someone (dat.), to ask someone (dat.) to do (V) something
byl
(nIII) cooked, done
byla
(vt) to cook
bylyas
(nII) kitchen
byr
(nIII) pan, pot
byrsen
(nII) pan, pot
bys
(nIII) victory
bysa
(vi/vt) to win