fal
(nIII) dangerous; danger, threat; enmity
fala
(vt) to threaten, to be a danger, to harm
falan
(nII) enemy
falen mena
to endanger
famen
(nII) weather
far
(nIII) goal; end (of a long process)
fara
(vt) (+ ill.) to go to; (+ acc.) to find after searching, to succeed, to achieve, to attain; (+loc.) to arrive
farey
goodbye (literally: "may you reach your goal")
farie
at last, eventually
farin
(nII) green
farina
(vi) to bud forth, to become green
farinas
(nII) spring
farinat, lea -
(vImp) spring is beginning
farisen
(nII) plant
farisin
(nIIc) herbs, plant life
farna
(vt + dat. + acc.) to teach (someone something)
farne
(nI) teacher
farsen (1)
(nII) result, conclusion, outcome
farsen (2)
(nII) lesson
farsin
(nIIc) lessons, school knowledge
feal
(nIII) robe, gown
feala
(vt) to clothe, to dress
feala, le -
(vr) to dress (oneself)
fealan
(nII) tailor, dressmaker
fealas
(nII) garment
fealis
(nIIc) clothes
fel
although, even if
ferhin
(nII) winter
feryn
(nII) jump, bound
feryna
(vi) to jump
ferynas
(nII) bouncy, jumpy
fil
(nIII) number
fila
(vi/vt) to count, to add, to calculate
filsen (1)
(nII) number, digit
filsen (2)
(nII) counting-out rhyme
filsin
(nIIc) arithmetic, mathematics; arithmetic problem
filyna
(vi) to count out (in a game)
filysen
(nII) counting-out rhyme
fir
(nIII) weave, act of weaving
fira
(vi/vt) to weave
firan
(nII) weaver
firen
(nII) piece of cloth
firin
(nIIc) cloth
firsen
(nII) weaving frame, loom
firyas
(nII) weaver`s workshop
fola
(vt) to make, to craft
folsen
(nII) something made, construct
folsin
(nIIc) device, installation, machine
for
(nIII) worship, veneration
fora
(vt) to worship
foran
(nII) priest, priestess
forsen
(nII) holy object
forsin
(nIIc) religious supplies, religious requisites
forsina
(vi) to put on a show of devotion
forsinan
(nII) hypocrite
foryas
(nII) temple, sanctuary, holy place
foryin
(nIIc) rite, ritual, religious service
foryn
(nII) sacramental action
foryna
(vi/vt) to hold a service, to carry out a ritual
fost
(nIII) smoke, steam, fog, vapour
fosta
(vi) to smoke, to steam
foy
(postp. + loc.) on, over (covering distance or terrain)
foyen
(nII) feather
fula
(vt) to bring, to take (along)
fula, le -
(vr) to go (away), to set out, to leave
fulan
(nII) bringer, messenger
fur
(nIII) name, given name
fura
(vt) to call (by name)
furat, lea -
(vImp + acc) to be called
fursin
(nIIc) naming ritual
fusa
(vt) to cut
fusen
(nII) knife
fusyna
(vt) to stab