Ilian Dictionary
Anthologica Universe Atlas / Universes / Terra Mala / Ilian / Ilian Dictionary

Word of the Day: cajkar
rn. acid
Ilian is somewhat of an agglutinating language. As a result, there really aren't "adjectives", "adverbs", "articles", and the like.

-ák, suf. definite plural suffix
-al, con. and; additionally
-át, suf. indefinite plural suffix
-c, suf. inside, within
-da, suf. from; can indicate origin
-el, suf. definite article
-gjé, suf. through, across; transverses the entirety
-hek, suf. with; ablative case marker
-kjé, suf. before (conjunction)
-má, suf. adjectival and genitive suffix
-n, suf. verbal nominalizer; appends to the end of a complete verb to indicate a verbal noun
-pjá, suf. after (preposition)
-qã, suf. for; benefactive; indicates the beneficiary of something or another
-re, suf. locative and dative suffix
-ta, suf. accusative marker; indicates direct objects
-tén, suf. diminutive suffix
-tje, suf. potential suffix
-tr, suf. negation suffix
-yn, con. or, nonconjuctive suffix
áda, rn. money
ádamáttabýc, rn. bank
afentelt, rn. residence, domicile
ajk, rn. hole, puncture, opening
aljá, rn. garlic, onion
aljete, rn. allegiance; loyalty; obedience
álker, rn. base (chemical)
áma, rn. like
amáre, rn. love, affection
amáretake, v. to love
apájct, rn. meal
aqat, rn. purchase; acquisition
aqattace, v. to purchase, to buy
aqqe, rn. summoning, call, appeal, creation (act)
arac, rn. dryness
aracmáqjár, cn. ham, prosciutto
aráje, rn. rate, coefficient
áram, rn. gold (metal)
argjél, rn. certainty, confidence
armyla, rn. army, force
arycq, rn. note, remark
atáre, rn. totality, all
áte, nm. five
átjade, nm. five thousand
átjam, rn. atom (physics/chemistry)
átvák, nm. fifty
ãtysa, rn. plan, anticipation
avjél, rn. group
avjesã, rn. notice, recommendation, advisory
axã, rn. pleasure, enjoyment
bacqý, rn. formal 2nd person pronoun
bahác, rn. wealth, treasure
bahácqãttabýc, cn. treasury, treasure storeroom
bájcave, rn. god, deity
bakljã, rn. initial post-secondary qualification (equivalent to Bachelor's degree or "licence")
bẽle, rn. mouth, orifice
bjó, rn. cow, bovine
bjuró, rn. office, department
blno, rn. leaf
borsũr, rn. payment
brga, rn. wheat
brgamáfy, cn. noodle; pasta
brójc, rn. excess, surplus
brvek, rn. sun
brvjalz, rn. east
bỹ, rn. sound, noise
byléx, rn. fruit, berry, seed-bearing pod
cajkar, rn. acid
cájv, rn. harvest
cándý, rn. knowledge
cándýtade, cn. to know, to be familiar with
caste, rn. box, crate, case
catjã, rn. example, sample, master
cávar, rn. trousers, pants
ce, v. to effect; to make
cemy, rn. recklessness; lacking care
ceqák, nm. six
cést, rn. beast
céva, rn. beard, facial hair
ceva, rn. hair, thread
cĩmo, rn. human, person
cĩmoqõtdómjõ, cn. republic, democratic state
cjakam, rn. rudeness
cjávyr, rn. lens, glass, optical element
cjékar, rn. information, communication
cjéke, rn. door, gateway
cjel, rn. sky; heavens
cjelrehavá, cn. airport
cjeqa, rn. nut, seed
cjult, rn. debt
cjululictóg, cn. airplane
cjunqó, rn. connector, junction
cléfe, rn. sleep, hibernation
cléfecte, cn. to sleep, to nap
cójvulmótlún, cn. November
cŕke, rn. difficulty, tribulation
ctá, nm. one hundred
culor, rn. feast, festival
, rn. he, she, it, 3rd-person pronoun
cyk, rn. violet, blue-purple
cỹmadabỹ, cn. voice

Next Page
556 entries.

Dictionary Search

( )