val
(nIII) reign, kingship, monarchy; royal
vala
(vi/vt) to reign, to be king/queen
valan
(nII) king, queen, monarch
valin
(nIIc) royal house, royal family
vallone
(nI) royal consort
valnute
(nI) prince, princess
valsen
(nII) crown (headgear or gold piece)
valsin
(nIIc) big money
valyas
(nII) kingdom
var
(nIII) courage; brave, courageous
vara
(vi/vt) to be brave, to dare
varan
(nII) hero
varsen
(nII) risky undertaking, piece of bravery
varsin
(nIIc) tall stories, bragging
varsina
(vi) to boast, to brag, to swank
varyn
(nII) heroic deed
varyna
(vi) to do a heroic deed, to be heroic, to take heart
varzas
(nII) island
velin
(nII) need, necessity; necessary
velina
(vt) to need
ven
(nII-III) silver
venla
(nI) (sea)gull
vensen
(nII) silver piece
vensin
(nIIc) (silver) money
ver
(nIII) ability
vera
(vt) to be able
veran
(nII) able person, crafts(wo)man, expert
verie
possibly, maybe
verien
in the morning
verin
(nII) east; morning
verla
(nI) cockerel, rooster
veryn
(nII) dawn, sunrise
veryna
(vi) to rise (sun); to dawn
verynat, lea -
(vImp) the day breaks
vest
(nIII) beginning, origin; originating, proceeding (+ abl.: from)
vesta
(vi) to begin, to start; + V: to start ...ing; + abl.: to originate from, to hail from
vesten
(nII) origin, native place
vestie
first, originally, in the beginning
vestyas
(nII) fatherland, homeland
vestyn
(nII) source
veth
(nIII) wolf
vestyna
(vi) to come into existence, to well up
vila
(vi/vt) to perish, to decay, to fall apart; to destroy, to consume
vilsin
(nIIc) ashes, dust
visten
(nII) bow (weapon)
vor
(nIII) grave, tomb
vora
(vt) to bury, to entomb
voryas
(nII) burial ground, graveyard
voryin
(nIIc) funeral, burial rite
vur
(postp. + dat.) against, to the detriment of
vurea 1
(vt) to inspire, to animate (as a gift of the gods)
vurea 2
(nI) animation, inspiration, rapture
vureat, lea -
(vImp + dat.) to be enraptured
vurie
(nI) soul, the divine part of a person; someone inspired by the gods
vuryn
(nII) sudden inspiration
vust
(nIII) carpentry; wooden structure
vusta
(vi/vt) to do carpentry
vustan
(nII) carpenter
vusten
(nII) hammer
vustin
(nIIc) carpenter's tools
vustla
(nI) woodpecker
vustyn
(nII) hammer blow
vyst
(nIII) speed, haste; fast
vyste
quickly; soon
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