Taraitola

956 lexemes

Lemma Pronunciation English Synonym Preferred Definition
Ä ɐ Of Of, but only in the context of containment, does not indicate possession and is not used in the same sense as "from". Used as a function word to indicate the component material, parts, or elements or the contents.
Ädoa ɐdow-a Five the cardinal number five (5).
Ädoafa ɐdow-afa Fifth the ordinal number for five (fifth).
Ädoal ɐdow-al Fifty the cardinal number fifty (50).
Ädoalfa ɐdow-alfa Fiftieth the ordinal number for fifty (fiftieth).
Ädora ɐdow-ɹa Quadrillion the cardinal number quadrillion.
Ädorafa ɐdow-ɹafa Quadrillionth the ordinal form of the number quadrillion (quadrillionth).
Äer ɐəɹ Penis a male sex organ, usually the penis.
Äir ɐ-iɹ Love the concept of love/loving.
Äirfin ɐ-iɹ-fin Marriage marriage
Äirfiniga ɐ-iɹ-fin-ɪɡa Marry the infinitive form of the verb "to marry"
Äiriga ɐ-iɹ-ɪɡa Love the infinitive form of the verb "to love".
Äirwen ɐ-iɹ-wɛn the goddess of romantic and physical love
Äm ɐm I First person singular subjective pronoun. "I" in english.
Äma ɐm-a You Second person singular subjective pronoun. "you" in english
Ämae ɐm-eɪ She Third person feminine singular subjective pronoun. "she" in english
Ämaelai ɐm-eɪ-laj Hers Third person masculine singular possessive pronoun. "Hers" in english.
Ämaes ɐm-eɪs Third person feminine plural subjective pronoun. In english the word used is "they". This word is only used when all of "they" are female.
Ämaeslai ɐm-eɪs-laj Third person feminine plural possessive pronoun. English uses "Theirs", but this word is only used when all of the possessors are female.
Ämaestai ɐm-eɪs-taj Third person feminine plural possessive adjective. English uses the word "their" but this word is only used when all of the possesors are female.
Ämaesu ɐm-eɪs-ʊ Third person feminine plural "relational" adjective. See the section on relational adjectives for more information.
Ämaetai ɐm-eɪ-taj Her Third person feminine singular possessive adjective. "Her" in english.
Ämaeu ɐm-eɪ-ʊ Third person feminine singular "relational" adjective. See the section on relational adjectives for more information.
Ämai ɐm-aj Third person unknown-gender singular subjective pronoun referring to someone whose gender is undetermined or irrelevant.
Ämailai ɐm-aj-laj Its Third person unknown-gender singular possessive pronoun used when the gender is unknown or not relevant.
Ämais ɐm-ajs They Third person unknown-gender plural subjective pronoun used when the gender is unknown, mixed, or not relevant. "They" in english.
Ämaislai ɐm-ajs-laj Theirs Third person unknown-gender plural possessive pronoun used when the gender is unknown, mixed, or not relevant.
Ämaistai ɐm-ajs-taj Their Third person unknown-gender plural possessive adjective used when the gender is unknown, mixed, or irrelevant.
Ämaisu ɐm-ajs-ʊ third person plural word roughly corresponding to "they" that is only used when referring to people.
Ämait ɐm-aj-ʊ Third person unknown-gender singular "relational" adjective. See the section on relational adjectives for more information.
Ämaitai ɐm-aj-taj Its Third person unknown-gender singular possessive adjective used when gender is irrelevant or not known.
Ämalai ɐm-a-laj Yours Second person singular possessive pronoun. "Yours" in english.
Ämas ɐm-as You all. Second person plural subjective pronoun. "youall" in english.
Ämaslai ɐm-as-laj Yours All Second person plural possessive pronoun. "Yours all" in english.
Ämastai ɐm-as-taj Your Alls 2nd person plural possessive adjective. "Your alls" in english.
Ämasu ɐm-as-ʊ Second person plural "relational" adjective. See the section on relational adjectives for more information.
Ämat ɐm-a-ʊ Second person singular "relational" adjective. See the section on relational adjectives for more information.
Ämatai ɐm-a-taj Your Second person singular possessive adjective. "Your" in english.
Äme ɐm-ɛ It Third person genderless singular subjective pronoun used for anything that doesn't have gender such as objects (chairs, tables, etc.).
Ämelai ɐm-ɛ-laj Its Third person genderless singular possessive pronoun used for things that do not have gender, such as objects (chairs, tables, etc.)
Ämes ɐm-ɛs Third person genderless plural subjective pronoun used for anything that doesn't have gender such as objects (chairs, tables, etc.).
Ämeslai ɐm-ɛ-laj Its Third person genderless plural possessive pronoun used for things that do not have gender, such as objects (chairs, tables, etc.), provided that all possessors do not have gender.
Ämestai ɐm-ɛs-taj Third person genderless plural possessive adjective used for things that have no gender such as objects (chairs, tables, etc.).
Ämesu ɐm-ɛs-ʊ Third person genderless plural "relational" adjective. See the section on relational adjectives for more information.
Ämetai ɐm-ɛ-taj Third person genderless singular possessive adjective used for things that have no gender such as objects (chairs, tables, etc.).
Ämeu ɐm-ɛ-ʊ Third person genderless singular "relational" adjective. See the section on relational adjectives for more information.
Ämlai ɐm-laj Mine First person singular possessive pronoun. "Mine" in english.
Ämo ɐm-ow He Third person masculine singular subjective pronoun. "he" in english
Ämolai ɐm-ow-laj His Third person masculine singular possessive pronoun. "His" in english.
Ämos ɐmows Third person masculine plural subjective pronoun. In english, one would use "they", however, this word is only used when all of "they" are male.
Ämoslai ɐm-ows-laj Third person masculine plural possessive pronoun. English uses "Theirs", but this word is only used when all of the possessors are male.
Ämostai ɐm-ows-taj Third person masculine plural possessive adjective. English uses "their" but this word is only used when all of the possessors are male.
Ämosu ɐm-ows-ʊ Third person masculine plural "relational" adjective. See the section on relational adjectives for more information.
Ämotai ɐm-ow-taj His Third person masculine singular possessive adjective. "His" in english.
Ämou ɐm-ow-ʊ Third person masculine singular "relational" adjective. See the section on relational adjectives for more information.
Ämtai ɐm-taj My First person singular possessive adjective. "my" in english.
Ämu ɐm-ʊ First person singular "relational" adjective. See the section on Relational Adjectives for more information.
Ämus ɐm-ʊs We First person plural subjective pronoun. "we" in english.
Ämuslai ɐm-ʊs-laj Ours First person plural possessive pronoun. "Ours" in english.
Ämustai ɐm-ʊs-taj Our First person plural possessive adjective. "Our" in english.
Ämusu ɐm-ʊ-sʊ First person plural "relational adjective. See the section on relational adjectives for more information.
Ätala ɐta-la Autumn the fall or autumn season. The stem "Ät" is often used in forming other words with the meaning fall/autumn.
Ätedu ɐt-ɛdʊ a woman called "the Autumn Rose".
Äthwar ɐɵ-waɹ Extinction extinction