Rireinutire Dictionary
rireinutireno sunevisa:
Anthologica Universe Atlas / Universes / Rireinuverse / Remuhipe / Rireinutire / Rireinutire Dictionary

Page: (aa) (an) (av) (ep) (et) (ha) (he) (hi) (ho) (hu) (iñ) (is) (kañ) (kat) (ke) (ki) (kon) (koy) (ku) (mak) (may) (me) (min) (mit) (mo) (mu) (nan) (nas) (ne) (ñe) (ñik) (ñis) (n) (ño) (ñu) (o) (pah) (pat) (pe) (pih) (pip) (po) (puk) (puy) (rañ) (rat) (rem) (ret) (rin) (riy) (ro) (ru) (sa) (seh) (sev) (si) (soh) (sot) (su) (ta) (tee) (tev) (ti) (to) (tu) (u) (vañ) (vay) (ve) (vi) (vo) (vu) (ya) (yi) (yuh) (yuv)

rañeta, v. be proud
rañi, n. law
rani, n. floor (not of earth)
rañikave, n. lawyer
rañimaya, n. court of law, courthouse
rañioti, n. law, legal science
rañipiñi, n. lawperson, guardian of the law, police officer
rañirooya, n. legislator, lawmaker
rañisoru, n. rigid airship (after Lady Rañisoru, an airship pioneer)
raño, n. sister-in-law, sister's wife
rañu, n. drunk, drunkard
rañusi, n. inebriation, drunkenness
rañuta, v. drink (alcohol), drink to excess
rapa, n. shelf (single); shelf, case (compound form)
rapakuna, n. shelving unit, shelf, case
rapi, n. lake, pond
rapiro, n. artificial lake, pond; reservoir, tank
rapu, n. clam, oyster, bivalve
rapuneme, n. pearl
rara, n. mindspeech
rarata, v. mindspeak
rare, n. hearth; stove
rasa, n. boiled rice
rasapito, n. rice bowl
rase, n. set, the action of setting
rasemupa, n. parachute
raseta, v. set, lay down
rasetata, v. lower, put down
rasetoho, n. vein, blood vessel
raso, n. west
rasokuya, n. domesticated food animal similar in build but unrelated to kuya
rasomisi, n. Rasomisi, Western Ocean
rasosañe, n. Rasosañe, Westland, the second continent on Rireinu
rasu, adj. closed; on (electr.)
rasuta, v. close; switch on (electr.)
ratanaka, adj. perceptible
rataro, n. perception
ratata, v. perceive
rate, n. cleared ground, open field, field suitable for gatherings
rati, n. floor (earthen)
rato (1), n. Rato, goddess of the soil
rato (2), n. land, country, soil
ratoarase, n. metro, underground
ratohava, n. Army
ratoiru, n. world
ratooti, n. geology
ratopihe, n. geography
ratosi, n. landing, landfall, planetfall
ratota, v. land; make landfall, planetfall
ratotapa, n. ground cloth, tarp

Previous Page Next Page
3752 entries.

Dictionary Search

( )


Tags

adjective   adverb   conjunction   interjection   noun   postposition   pronoun   verb