cach
(nIII) thick, dense, thickly planted, growing closely
calesh
kalesh (plant); poison extracted from kalesh
can
(postp + loc.) after
cara
(vt) to move (something)
cara, le -
(vr) to move (oneself)
caran
(nII) someone who moves, mover
carin
(nII) spicy
carina
(vt) to spice, to season
carisen
(nII) spice
carisin
(nIIc) spices
cash
(nIII) throw (act of throwing), shot
casha
(vt) to throw, to hurl, to shoot
cashen (1)
(nII) mixture
cashen (2)
(nII) hurled object, arrow
cashin
(nIIc) bow and arrow
cath
(nIII) surprise
catha
(vt) to surprise
catha
(vt) to mix
cathat, lea
(vImp) to be surprised
cathen
(nII) mixture
cathyn
(nII) surprise, shock
cathyna
(vt) to surprise, to shock
codin
(nII) fair, honest
codina
(vi/vt) to be fair, to treat fairly
col
(nIII) open
cola
to open
colan
(nII) porter, gatekeeper
colsen
(nII) key
cora
(vt) to believe (in), to be convinced that something is true
corn
(nIII) fatigue, tired
corna
(vt) to tire, to wear out
corna, le -
(vr) to get tired
cornena, le -
(vt) to be tired
crach
(nIII) cursed, possessed by evil; curse; malice
cracha
(vt) to curse (someone), to put a curse on; to wish (someone) ill
cranen
(nII) spike, thorn
crashen
(nII) curse, evil wish
crashinan
(nII) ill-wisher, malicious person
craz
(nII-III) black
crazla
(nI) crow
crin
(nII-III) divided, scattered; cut up small, in pieces
crina
(vt) to divide, to scatter; to mince, to cut up
cron
(nIII) food
crona
(vi/vt) to eat; to feed
croni
(nIIIc) food, foodstuffs, vittles
cronsen
(nII) dish, course (of a meal)
cronyn
(nII) bite, mouthful
cronyna
(vi/vt) to guzzle, to bolt down; to devour
cros
(nIII) cake
crosyn
(nII) piece of cake
crys
(nIII) snow (on the ground or in the air)
crysa
(vi) to snow
crysat, lea
(vImp) it's snowing
crysei lasten
snowdrop
crysen
(nII) snowflake
crysin
(nIIc) falling snow, snow shower
cuali
what (pl); what a...
cuhune
why, for what reason
cul
how; like, (such) as
culea?
who?
culean?
(poss) whose?
culi?
what?
culin?
(poss) of what?
cunea
(nI) beauty, handsomeness, prettiness
cunie
(nI) pretty, handsome
cusalea
(rel) who, whoever
cusali
(rel) what, whatever
cush
9
cushi
90
custa
(vt) to take, to grab
custyna
(vt) to catch
cutay?
when?
cuyat?
where? (around here)
cuyom?
where? (anywhere except here)
cyl
(nIII) clean, pure
cyla
(vt) to clean, to wash
cyla, le -
(vr) to wash, to cleanse oneself ritually
cyna
(vt) to follow (immediately), to come next
cyne
then, subsequently; immediately after; at once, presently
cynie
from now on, from then on, in future
cynla
(nI) titmouse, blue-tit
cys
further, moreover, besides