da ... fere
(+ prs., fut. or irr.) so that, in order to
dach
(nIII) stomach, belly
dar
(nIII) step, tread, pace, way of walking
dara
(vi) to stride
darsen
(nII) step (of stairs)
darsin
(nIIc) flight of stairs
daryn
(nII) stride, step
dashen
(nII) sheep
datay
before, until
dayen
(nII) water; the element water; liquid
dayna
(vi/vt) to drink; to give to drink, to water; to drench, to soak
daynyn
(nII) gush (of water); draught, sip; a drink
daysen
(nII) drop; raindrop
daysena
(vi) to rain
daysenat, lea
(vImp) it is raining
daysin
(nIIc) rain
del
(nIII) thankful; thankfulness, thanks
dela
(vt) to thank
delan
thanks! thank you!
dena
(vt) to put
dena, le -
(vr) to go; + ill: to go into, onto
deren
(nII) side, adjacent part
derien
next to (it), to the side (of)
deryas
(nII) shore, beach, (river) bank
des
(nIII) (word of) advice, hint, tip
desi
(nIIIc) advice
desa
(vt) to advise
desa, le -
(vr) to take advice
dil
(nIII) deed, action
dila
(vi/vt) to do; + acc.: to do unto, to treat; to make someone do (irr.) something
dilsen
(nII) cause
dilyn
(nII) event
dilyna
(vi/vt) to happen; to cause
dilynat, lea -
(vImp + V) to happen to V
dilysen
(nII) experience, adventure
dina
(vt) to sell
dinan
(nII) salesperson, shop assistant
dinyas
(nII) shop
dir
(postp. + loc) among
dis
(nIII) change; changeable
disa
(vi/vt) to change
disat, lea
(vImp) to change into, to turn into
do
but, however
do-
augmentative prefix
dobulat, lea -
(vImp + acc) to be hurt, to suffer (from bul)
Dochan
(nII) the One
docholyn
(nII) melon
docrazla
(nI) raven
docrona
(vt) to gobble, to devour
doforan
(nII) high priest(ess)
dogalsin
(nIIc) large book, tome
dograz
(nIII) overdone, burnt
dol
(nIII) city
dolan
(nII) mayor, bailiff
dolayna
(vi/vt) to shout, to cry, to call; to raise one's voice
dolys
(nII) good (quality)
dolysa
(vt) to amend, to improve
domudh
(nIII) in excellent health
domuz
(nIII) tom-cat
don
(nII) inside, inner side
dona
(vi/vt) to enter, to come into
Donane
(nI) the Mother
donapyla
(vt) to dislike strongly, to hate
done
indoors, inside
doparne
(nI) elder brother, elder sister
dor
(nIII) farm, farmstead; agriculture
dora
(vi/vt) to farm, to work in the fields; to grow (crops)
doracha
(vi) to storm
doran
(nII) farmer
dorashen
(nII) storm
dorla
(nI) chicken, hen
doroshyn
(nII) cockroach
dorsen
(nII) field, vegetable garden
doryas
(nII) country (as opposed to the city)
dorycha
(vi) to sigh
dorys
(nII) rural, rustic, countrified
doryshen
(nII) sigh
dorythe
too, excessively
dost
(nIII) dog
dosta
(vi/vt) to be rude (to), to snub
dostei piryn
"dog's bite" rabies
dosuma
(vi/vt) to swig, to quaff; to over-indulge (not only in drink)
doy
(postp. + loc.) under
doyadin
(nII) long time
duch
(nIII) esteem, respect, reverence, awe
ducha
(vt) to respect, to revere, to hold in awe
dunla
(nI) pigeon, dove
dush
(nIII) urine; bad beer
dusha
(vi) to piss, to urinate
dushas
(nII) privy, latrine
dushen (1)
(nII) covering, wrapping; cloak, mantle
dushen (2)
(nII) token of respect
dushin
(nIIc) homage
dust
(nIII) sugar
duyen
(nII) great, exalted, noble; nobility (of a person); nobleman, noblewoman, lord, lady
duz (1)
(nIII) enveloping, surrounding
duz (2)
(postp. + loc.) around
duza
(vt) to surround, to envelop, to cover
duzen
(nII) wrapping, cover
duzhas
(nII) surroundings, environs
duzi
(nIIIc) surroundings
dyla
(vi/vt) to drown
dyn
(nIII) loss, oblivion; gone, lost
dyna
(vt) to lose
dysa
(vt) to flee, to run away
dysen
(nII) lost object
dysta
(vt) to drape, to cover
dysta, le -
(vr) to hide
dysten
(nII) tapestry, wall-hanging