rach
(nIII) the element air; wind; windy
racha
(vi) to be windy
rachat, lea -
(vImp) it's windy, there's a wind
rachi
60
rachla
(nI) bird
rachli
(nIc) poultry
rachyn
(nII) gust of wind
rad
(nIII) oath
rada
(vi/vt) to swear, to take an oath
rada, le -
(vr) to decide, to make up one's mind; (perfective) to be determined
radan
(nII) sworn (wo)man, vassal
raich
6
rain
(nIII) hand
raina
(vt) to lay on hands, to handle with reverence or special attention
rainie lhay
left-handed
rainie ruy
right-handed
ran
5
rani
50
rashen
(nII) windy spell
rast
(nIII) intelligent; intelligence, reason
rasta
(vi/vt) to think, to reason; to (come to) understand, to work out
rastan
(nII) intelligent being
rasten
(nII) ruse, cunning plan; reasoning
rastin
(nIIc) people, mankind
rastyn
(nII) clever, witty; insight, happy thought, brainwave
rastyna
(vt) to understand (suddenly), to realize; to have an idea
rath
(nIII) slow
rathe
slowly, gradually
rayen 1
(nII) new, fresh
rayen 2
(nII) (obsolete or western dialect) protection
rayin
(nIIc) novelties; fresh produce
raz
then, so (conclusion or result)
razea
(nI) youth, young adulthood
razen
(nII) journeyman's trial
razie
(nI) young; young adult, young man/woman; journeyman in a guild
rel
(nIII) circle; round, circular
rela
(vi/vt) to go round, to circle
relsen
(nII) wheel
relyin
(nIIc) year
relyn
(nII) round, tour, circuit
ren
(nIII) captivity
rena
(vt) to imprison; to hold captive
renan
(nII) prisoner, captive
renyas
(nII) prison
resh
(nIII) wood, wooden
reshen
(nII) tree
reshin
(nIIc) wood, forest
rin
(nIII) defence
rina
(vt) to defend
rinan
(nII) defender
rinyn
(nII) defensive stroke, parry
rinyna
(vt) to parry
rod
(nIII) attack
roda
(vt) to attack
rodan
(nII) attacker
rodyn
(nII) stroke, hit, attacking move
rodyna
(vt) to hit
rostyn
(nII) bug, insect
rostyn mile
butterfly
rovina
(vt) to make holy, to consecrate
rozen
(nII) river
rum
(nIII) work, occupation
ruma
(vi) to work, to be busy, to be occupied
ruman
(nII) worker; professional
rumsen
(nII) tool
rumsin
(nIIc) tools, toolkit
rumyn
(nII) job, piece of work
rumyna
(vi/vt) to do a job, to carry out work
runa
(vi) to die (instr. + runa: to die of)
runea
(nI) death (condition of being no longer alive)
runie
(nI) dead; dead person
runyn
(nII) death (fact of death; moment of dying)
runyna
(vi) die suddenly, be killed
rusen
(nII) corpse, dead body
rust
(nIII) bread
rusta
(vi/vt) to bake (bread)
rustan
(nII) baker
rustyn
(nII) bread roll, loaf of bread
rushtas
(nII) oven ("bake-place", from rust-yas)
ruve
(nI) old, elderly; old man, old woman
ruvea
(nI) old age
ruvie
(nI) old, elderly; old man, old woman
ruy
(nIII) right (side)
ruye dila
to do (something) right-handed, to be right-handed; to do something for real
ruz
(nIII) the element fire
ruza
(vi/vt) to burn
ruzat, lea
(vImp (+ acc.)) there's a fire; to be on fire
ruzen
(nII) flame
ruzin
(nIIc) a fire
ruzyn
(nII) (corn) poppy
ruzyna
(vi) to inflame, to catch fire
rych
(nIII) breath (abstract)
rycha
(vi) to breathe; to live, to be alive
rychan
(nII) living being
rychin
(nIIc) all living beings, the animal world
ryla
(vt) to court
rysh
(nIII) use, usefulness
rysha
(vt) to use (as a tool)
ryshen 1
(nII) useful object, tool
ryshen 2
(nII) (single) breath
ryst
(nIII) strong; strength, power, force
rystan
(nII) strong person
ryth
(nIII) excellent, highest, chief
rytha
(vi/vt) to stand out, to excel; to lead, to be lord, to be boss; to boss (someone) around, to lord it
rythan
(nII) boss, chief, foreman, leader
rythe
most (superlative marker)