Mîrkšam lexicon
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sńîj, vi. To be narrow.
šo​, prep. On the far side of or further away than; beyond; past.
śôh, n. A specific point in or region of space; place; location.
śoh, pn. The present-person personal pronoun, indicating an entity that is present but not being addressed or addressing; it; he; she.
šôm, n. An organ used for vision; eye.
šôm (2), vt. To see.
sor, prep. As part of; as a component in.
śorf, vt. To speak, or, when used with “pûm”, to say the content of the paraphrasal clause marked by “pûm”.
śorof, vt. To speak a particular language.
šoś, n. An growth on a stationary photosynthetic organism edible by humans; an edible fruit or vegetable.
śothu, n. An abstract whole composed of relationships between its members; a system.
śothutmašmi, n. A grammar.
šrać, n. A direct answer to a direct question.
śrep, vi. To be capable of decreasing internal entropy; to live.
śrepšo, vt. To live past or through; to survive.
sreti, n. Middle; centre.
šu, prep. Used to modify nouns derived from verbs, taking as an object the accusative object of the original verb.
, prep. Denotes a comitative relation between the modified noun and the object of the preposition, indicating accompaniment.
šur, prep. Below.
šût, vt. To experience an emotional state about; to sense or think emotionally; to feel.
suz, vi. To live or reside at a particular place; to dwell; to inhabit.
swa, dg. As much.
swaj, vi. To be twisted or curled.
šwakirm, n. The time at which an object begins to exist, an action begins, or a state of being becomes valid; beginning; inception; time of genesis.
szih, n. An entity that internally decreases entropy which lays eggs to produce young, respirates in direct contact with air, has an endoskeletal structure, is carnivorous, and has no limbs; snake or legless lizard.
szimje, pv. The proximate pro-verb; do this.
t​, na. (//archaic//) Used to nominalize a genitive noun, equivalent to ‹pzi› + [genitive noun].
ta, n. Five.
tajma, vi. To be beautiful or wonderful (in nature, not in appearance or aesthetics).
tak, vt. To make from component materials; to produce; to put together; to build; to assemble.
tâkum, n. An underground cavity; cave; cavern.
tâphok, vt. To physically contend with in conflict; to fight.
taram, n. A headdress fashioned to resemble a halo or sun, signifying lofty authority or some other high or superhuman status; crown.
taramit, n. One worthy of or crowned with a crown (//tarum//), or one destined to be so crowned.
tâśk, n. A small rigid container that can be used to carry objects; basket; box.
taûp, n. Five.
te-, na. Marks the singulative number, used to indicate a number of entities exactly equal to one.
teheš, n. Determinism and fate, viewed as semantically equivalent.
ter, vi. To remain; to still stay; to be left; to endure or survive.
tih, adv. Maybe; perhaps.
tim, vt. To be beside or alongside.
tiś, vt. To employ; to use; to utilize.
tjam, adv. Also; in addition; either (when used as an adverb).
tjêmâs, n. Any small obligate-parasitic entity that internally decreases entropy which has an exoskeletal structure, cannot fly, and attaches to the surface of its host's body to feed on skin, blood, or secretions; louse or itch mite.
tmaš, n. An organ which manipulates food in the mouth; tongue.
tojp, vi. To be wide.
tôktô, vi. To walk.
tôm, n. Nail (of fingers or toes).
tran, vi. To be awake.
trat, vt. To work; to labor; to toil.

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