rhas
(nII) small
rhasa
(vi) to become small(er), to diminish
rhasen
(nII) a little, a bit
rhasla
(nI) sparrow
rheis
(nII) trust, confidence, personal esteem without distance
rhesa
(vi/vt) (+ dat.) to have trust in someone; (+dat. +acc.) to entrust something to someone;
rhesa, le
(vImp +dat.) to entrust oneself to someone, to confide in someone
rhesan
(nII) confidant, trusted person, intimate friend
rhesen
(nII) tangible proof of trust
rhesin 1
(nIIc) credentials
rhesin 2
(nIIc) someone's inner circle
rhesyn
(nII) act of trust, something that shows confidence
rhesyna
(vi) to do a rhesyn
rhin
(nII-III) boat, ship
rhina
(vi) to float; to sail
rhinan
(nII) sailor
rhini
(nII-IIIc) fleet
rhinla
(nI) web-footed bird, duck
rhinyas
(nII) harbour
rhis
(nIII) cold
rhisa
(vi) to cool down, to get cold
rhisyna
(vi/vt) to cool suddenly (e.g. eggs in cold water)
rhone
(nI) cousin (sharing at least one grandparent)
rhuy
(nIII) throat, neck
rhuye truda
(vt) to hang, to strangle
rhuysen
(nII) collar, halter; necklace
rhyza
(vi) to go by, to pass (of time)