Tautisca Dictionary
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Word of the Day: medis
adj. middle, mid-
a, prep. to, towards
abuli, n. apple tree
abulus, n. apple
achten, v. drive
achti, n. drive, driving, drift
acor , n. ear (of corn)
acrus , adj. sharp
adaimun, n. undertaking, enterprise
aditen, v. to tackle, undertake
aditi, n. undertaking, tackling
adunten, v. to accept, receive
affuditen, v. bury
affuditi, n. burial
affuman, v. bury
agricus , adj. wild
agris , adj. wild, field-
agrus, n. field
aguna, n. competition, games, race(s)
ai, conj. if
aidor, n. embers, hearth, fireplace
aidumun, n. swelling, tumour
aidus, n. boil
aini, adv. only
ainimun, n. union
ainiten, v. unite, unify
ainiti, n. unification
ainun, v. go
ainus, adj. one; lone, lonely
aistus, adj. thirsty
aistuta, n. thirst
aisuma, n. fuel, firewood
aiwus, n. age; period, epoch, era; lifetime
al, cojunction. but
alauca, n. lark
ali, adv. else; pi ali what else, something else
alin, n. garlic
alis, adj. other
almus, n. fruit
alterus, adj. second
ambunten, v. come in, enter, go into
ammus, n. lamb
amparrichtaten, v. prepare
ampula, adv. enough; fully, satisfactorily, totally, completely
an, prep. in, into
ancaimaten, v. marry
ancaimati, n. wedding
ancaimatus, adj. married
ancarrunamun, n. group, class
ancarrunaten, v. order, arrange
ancarrunati, n. arrangement
andolchunaten, v. oblige
angilus, n. angel
angus, adj. hurried, urgent
annotamun, n. confession
annotaten, v. acknowledge, admit, confess 
annotati, n. acknowledgement, admission
antar, prep. between, among
antarstichten, v. interfere, intervene
antauditen, v. meddle, interfere
anumus, n. breath
anunun, v. breathe
anusten, v. inhabit
ap, prep. from, off, since
apufibunun, v. run away, escape
apuforten, v. carry off, carry away
apunten, v. take away
apustichten, v. step out of the way, give in
apustichtor, n. pushover
ára, n. ash(es)
arfus, n. ram
armus, n. arm
arten , v. to plough
artrun, n. plough
ascríften, v. to ascribe, attribute
assulften, v. to get, obtain, receive
assulten, v. pull in, drag in, haul in
attu, conj. and, also
auc, adv. again
auchté, adv. usually, normally, habitually
auchtus , n. habit, custom, routine
auci, n. paternal grandmother
auciten, v. teach, train
aucunca, n. Female descendant of paternal grandfather
aucuncus, n. Male descendant of paternal grandfather
aucus, n. paternal grandfather
auftor, n. patrilinear great-grandfather
auftri, n. wife of auftor
axula, n. axle
baftisaten , v. baptize
baftisati, n. baptism
baitun, n. grain, corn, cereal (coll.); food
bauca, n. cow
belus, n. scorpion, venomous spider
bena , n. woman, wife
benatus, adj. married
benis, adj. female, women's
beniscus, adj. female, woman-like, feminine
bibli, n. bible
biblicus, adj. biblical
bibliscus, adj. biblical

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