Rireinutire Dictionary
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rinuratu, n. Milky Way, galaxy
rinuratuhape, adj. galactic, alien
rinuratukave, n. galactic, alien (person, people)
ripa, n. village
ripi, n. wrinkle (in skin)
ripirei, n. hot flash (menopause symptom)
ripisa, n. menopause
ripita, v. menopause
ripu, n. singing bowl, standing bell
rira, n. copulation, sex act, sex
rirata, v. have sex
rire, n. flower
rire', interj. hooray!
rireano, n. Minaere Thursday
rireinu, n. Rireinu, Ano II, 'flowering farmland'
rireinuhape, adj. Rireinuan, of or pertaining to Rireinu
rireinukave, n. person of Rireinu
rireinutire, n. Rireinutire, Rireinu language
rirepiñi, n. florist, flower seller
rireta, v. bloom, be in flower
riri, adj. wet
ririnipa, n. wetwipe
ririño, adj. moist, humid, damp
ririñoru, n. moisture, humidity, dampness
ririovo, n. sex fiend
ririta, v. become wet
riritata, v. wet, make wet
risata, v. extend, stretch, span, reach from A to B (itr.)
risatata, v. stretch, make extend (tr.)
rise, n. inheritance
riseho, n. tradition
risehose, adj. traditional
riseño, n. gene, genes
risese, adj. hereditary
riseta, v. inherit
risetata, v. bequeath
risi, adj. grey
riso (1), n. Rireinu onager, wild donkey
riso (2), n. catapult
risu, n. bridge
rita, v. orgasm
rite, n. brick
ritu, n. time, season (of the year); the weather; appropriate time, season (for sth)
ritumuva, n. calendar
rive, n. lye
rivi, n. victim, casualty
rivo, n. psionic blast
rivota, v. mindblast; 'Also? I can kill you with my brain.'
rivu, n. soap
riye, n. threshing ground
riyeta, v. thresh
roe, n. wading
roekeña, n. waders, wading boots
roeso, n. ford
roeta, v. wade, ford
roeya, n. wader, one who wades; wading bird
roha, n. sale
rohata, v. sell
rohaya, n. seller, salesperson
rohi, n. jam, fruit preserve
roho, n. shame
rohota, v. be ashamed, feel shame
roka, n. shoulder
rokavoma, n. upper arm
roko, n. people, persons
roku, adj. evil
roma, n. song
romata, v. sing
romateta, v. compose songs, write songs
romu, adj. fresh
roña, n. queue
rona, n. armpit
ronahake, n. armpit hair (single), sth utterly worthless
roñata, v. queue
roñi (1), n. train, railway -, pack -
roñi (2), n. convoy
roñihase, n. convoy commander
roñinaña, n. railway car
roñiyuhaya, n. conductor, train captain
roño, n. flame, tongue of flame
rono, n. cartilage
roñu, n. male stink, odour
roo, n. weather
roopi, n. regulator, dial
rooro, n. decree, piece of legislation
roota, v. ordain, set; legislate; regulate
ropata, v. plant; transplant
rope, n. male
ropeketo, n. masculine gender (gramm.)
ropeñuho, n. male stink, odour
rora, n. widow
rore, adj. cool, not too cold
roro, adj. slow
rorota, v. slow down (itr.)
rorotata, v. slow sth down (tr.)
roroteta, v. be slow
roroti, adv. slowly
rosa, n. agreement, treaty, settlement, contract
rosake, adj. proper, suitable, appropriate, convenient
rosaro, n. reconciliation, settlement

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