lan
(nIII) deep, depth
lanyas
(nII) valley, chasm
lasa
(vt) to pull
last
(nIII) flowering, in flower
lasten
(nII) flower
lasten nestyn
cornflower
lastin
(nIIc) blossom
lastyna
(vt) take out (from something); draw (weapon)
lau
(nIII) moon
lauyin
(nIIc) woman's courses, menstruation
lay
(postp. + loc.) about, as regards (also topic marker)
layen
(nII) speech; spoken: by word of mouth
layna
(vt) to say (+ dat: to); to speak; (+ acc.) to speak of, to talk about, to tell
laynyn
(nII) (speech) sound; cry; utterance
laynyna
(vt) to say
laysen
(nII) topic, subject (of a story)
laysin
(nIIc) story
laysina
(vi/vt) to tell (a story)
laysinan
(nII) storyteller
laz
(nII-III) star
laz sainan
planet
lazi
(nII-IIIc) sky (with stars), firmament
lazian
(nII) astronomer, astrologer
le
(E/N, oblique case) reflexive pronoun (object = subject); anaphoric pronoun (in subordinate clause, refers to the subject of the main clause)
lea
(E) him/her; relative pronoun: who, whom; grammatical subject of impersonal verbs
lean
(poss E) his/her
learne (1)
(refl E) himself/herself
learne (2)
(refl M) himself
lei
he, him
lein
(poss M) his
len (1)
(nII-III) far, distant; distance
len (2)
(poss) his/her/their (own) (suus)
lesna
(nI) childhood, youth
lesne
(nI) child (about 3-11)
lest
(nIII) blue; sky, firmament; (thin) air
lestla
(nI) kingfisher
li
it
liarne
itself
lid (1)
(nIII) salt
lid (2)
(nIII) pity
lida
(vy) to pity
lien
far away
lin (1)
(poss N) of it, its
lin (2)
(nII-III) point, pin; sharp
lina
(vt) to prick
lisen
(nII) kind, sort
list
(nIII) wash; laundered, rinsed
lista
(vt) to wash, to rinse (textiles)
lista, le -
(vr) to change one's clothes, to put on clean clothes, to wash one's clothes
listan
(nII) washer(wo)man, someone who takes in washing
listin
(nIIc) washing, laundry
lish
(nIII) evil, morally bad
liyat
this (thing, occurrence)
liz (1)
(postp. + abl.) without, except
liz (2)
(+ irr.) except when, unless
loch
much, many, a lot
locha
(vi/vt) to increase, to make greater
lochi
(nIIc) many people, multitude
lochyn
(nII) a great many, a lot (of)
lod
(nIII) favour, privilege
loda
(vt) to favour, to privilege
loda, le -
(vr) + acc.: to appropriate (something abstract), to presume
lodyin
(nIIc) rights, privileges
lodyn
(nII) right, favour, privilege
lon
(nIII) married; matrimony, married state
lona az
(+ dat.) to be married to (also common law)
lone
(nI) spouse, other half, husband, wife
lonyin
(nIIc) marriage ritual, wedding
lonyna
(vi) to get married; az + dat.: to marry someone
loshen
(nII) a lot
lost
(nIII) talk
losta
(vi) to talk
luch
(nIII) reading, ability to read; able to read, literate
lucha
(vi/vt) to read
luchan
(nII) (professional) reader, who reads letters to illiterate people; usually luchan so galan "reader and writer"
lud
(nIII) region, province, barony
ludan
(nII) baron
ludi
(nIIIc) "the provinces", the outback
ludin
(nIIc) landed gentry, vassals of the Crown
lun
(nIII) justice; just, lawful, legitimate
luna
(vi/vt) to mete out justice (+ dat.: to)
lunan
(nII) judge, magistrate
lunie
rightly, lawfully, legitimately
lushen
(nII) inscription, written message
lushin
(nIIc) reading matter
lust
(nIII) root
lusta
(vi/vt) to take root; to plant; (plants) to grow
lustyn
(nII) fruitful
lyarne
(she) herself
lyase
(nI) woman; female
lye
she; her
lyen
(poss F) her, hers
lysa
(vi) to cry, to weep
lysen
(nII) tear
lysin
(nIIc) tears, fit of crying
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