Mîrkšam lexicon
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śân, adv. At last; finally; eventually.
šâp, vt. To be full of or filled with.
šara, vi. To be amused or entertained.
šâs, n. A enclosed part of a building; room or chamber.
šat, vt. To discern and interpret meaning in.
śâtâ, n. A fact or observation; datum.
seg, vt. To replace.
šêj, n. Viscous mud, slime.
sej, vi. To be visible.
śejtra, n. A land, region, or country.
śem, n. Mind, in the philosophical sense.
šemek, vt. To hunt.
śen, n. A mixture or blend.
śen (2), vt. To be mixed or blended together with.
śerep, vt. To carry; to bear.
šes, vt. To have some concern or care for; to not be indifferent toward; to consider to matter or have some relevance or importance.
šet, vi. To be surprised, startled, alarmed.
śet, dg. Less, fewer.
sfa-, na. Used to indicate every instance of the noun taken as a collective whole; every, all.
sfaj, vt. To fear.
sfapaśôh, n. The universe.
sfâsmor, n. Mankind, humanity.
sfat, vi. To be united, collected; to cohere; to be one.
sfe-, na. Used to indicate every instance of the noun when viewed individually or simply when not specifically viewed as a whole; every; each.
sfêpâkên, padv. Everywhere and at all times, throughout spacetime.
sfer, vt. To be north (of).
sfir, n. A specific point in or region of time; time; duration.
sfô​, padv. The interrogative pro-adverb asking for the substitution of a manner or way of doing something; how.
sfoj, padv. The obviate pro-adverb for a manner; thereby; in that way.
sfôm, n. A manner or way of doing something.
sfun, padv. The proximate pro-adverb for a manner; thus; hereby; in this way.
shejt, pn. The (hypothetical undeclined root of the) reflexive pronoun, used in place of the subject whenever the subject of the sentence would be used again in the same sentence; [referent]-self.
shi-, va. Marks the participial mood, used to indicate that a verb is a shortened form of a subordinate clause in which the modified noun is the subject of the verb.
śhôj, n. Rope; twine.
si, n. Eight.
śi-, va. Marks agreement with a subject in the plural number, used to indicate a number of entities specifically greater than one.
śîgâgetśês, n. Animal husbandry.
ših-, va. Marks the future tense, used for events, actions, or states of being that were taking place or valid at some point in the future.
śij, det. A small number; few.
śimjen, n. Probabilisticity and chance, which are viewed as semantically equivalent.
sîr, n. Village; town; a small settlement without defensive walls.
sirte, n. A season or time of the year; yeartide.
sirwes, n. An aeon; age; era.
śis, vi. To be small.
šîsjê, n. Winter.
šite, vi. To happen; to occur; to befall.
siûp, n. Eight.
sja, comp. Serves as a complementizer for (and thus introduces) all relative and adverbial clauses that have one word as the antecedent; what; who; which; that; where; when.
sje, comp. Serves as a complementizer for (and thus introduces) relative clauses for which there are multiple coordinated antecedents, taken to be the word preceding “sje” and all the words conjoined to it.
smor, n. A human; man.

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