Tautisca Dictionary
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escriten, v. to filter, screen; judge
escritor, n. judge, arbiter
escritun, n. judgement
esdóten, v. to hand over; betray
esdóti, n. handover, betrayal, treason
essiten, v. go out (of), leave
essiti, n. exit; way out, solution; outcome, result; denouement
estar, prep. outside of, without
estaridu, n. picnic
ewangelin, n. gospel
fa, conj. Particle introducing questions; whether
fáchus, n. forearm, elbow; cubit
fáditen, v. to sweeten
fádus, adj. sweet
fafa, n. bean
faffa, n. frog
faffuncun, n. tadpole
fágu, n. beech
faiditen, v. to persuade, convince
faidus, adj. faithful, religious, pious
failun, n. club (weapon)
faiman, v. to be afraid of
faimun, n. fear
faisten, v. to believe, trust
faisti, n. belief, faith, trust
faisus, adj. fearsome, scary
fáman, v. to appear (to), to seem
fánus, adj. shiny, bright
farcha, n. mountain range
farchus, n. mountain
farmun, n. pregnancy; fruit of womb, embry, foetus
farra, n. beard
farratus, adj. bearded
farratus2, n. bearded man
fastai, n. calendar
fáten, v. to say
fau, conj. ceu - ceu or (in questions)
fauchiten, v. to subdue
fauchuman, v. to bow, stoop, to bend (intr.)
fauditen, v. to wake (tr.)
fausten, v. to note, pay attention, observe
febunun, v. to run away, flee
fécra, n. sister in law (husband's sister)
feda, n. Traditional Tautisca customs and law
fediscus, adj. according to the feda, compliant with the feda
fér, n. animal, beast
ferfus, n. beaver
férmun, n. burden
feror, n. sister
feror2, v. s.

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