Taraitola's Lexemes

Lemma Pronunciation English Synonym Preferred Definition
Väfoin vɐ-fɔjn King king
Väjawoit vɐ-dʒa-wɔjt Basket Basket
Väsai vɐs-aj Contents contents.
Va va say what? Huh? Say/Come Again? What?
Vai vaj Mischief mischief.
Vaicofiga vaj-tʃowf-ɪga Tickle the infinitive form of the verb "to tickle". Literally, "mischievous touch"
Vaiindo vaj-ɪndow Laugh any laugh. Literally, "Mischievious Noise".
Vaiindoiga vaj-ɪndow-ɪga Laugh the infinitive form of the verb "to laugh".
Vaimel vaj-mɛl "Mischieious Peace"
Vaiwen vaj-wɛn goddess of mischief
Vaiz vajz Indigestion indegestion.
Val val a rare ending that means all the following: 1. Powerful, 2. Place of power, 3. Spirit of power.
Valaltarai val-al-taɹ-aj the gods.
Valanar val-an-aɹ Legendary father of the Kemenelian Pantheon
Valele val-ɛl-ɛ any woman of great importance, power, influence. Somewhat akin to "lady" in the context of nobility.
Valene val-ɛn-ɛ any woman of great importance, power, influence. Somewhat akin to "lord" in context of nobility.
Valhamallon val-ham-al-lown "Great Song Compellor"
Vallar val-laɹ "Strong Heart". A dragon.
Valorma val-oʊɹma "Great Skunk"
Van van Nature nature as in the the great outdoors.
Vanwen van-wɛn goddess of nature
Ve How much? how much? What price? What do you offer?
Veac vitʃ Noun any noun.
Vel vɛl Why? why? (for what purpose?)
Vem vɛm Why? why? (for what reason?)
Versiga vəɹs-ɪga Contemplate the infinitive form of the verb "to comtemplate".
Ves vɛs How? how? (By what method)
Vet vɛt How many? how many?
Veth vɛl Arm any arm (as a part of the body).
Vikla vɪkla Round round.
Viklaiga vɪkla-ɪga Surround the infinitive form of the verb "to surround".
Vir viɹ Quickness quickness.
Viraletarai viɹ-al-ɛ-taɹ-aj Centaurs centaurs.
Viriga viɹ-ɪga Run the infinitive form of the verb "to run".
Virperg, Rulseab viɹ-pəɹg, ɹʊl-sib "Blisscat Quickfoot". Knight of Moiar, 15th century.
Virtar viɹ-taɹ Runner Any member of homo sapiens.
Virtarai viɹ-taɹ-aj Humans Homo sapiens.
Virzac ziɹ-zatʃ son of Zetor Luploiv
Vo vow Precedes a statement, turning it into a yes/no question.
Voicar vɔj-aɹ god of dark secrets
Voil vɔjl Where at? where at? Asking the location of someone or something.
Voim vɔjm Where in? where in? Asking where something is, assuming it's inside of a container (houses and buildings are containers!)
Vois vɔjs Where from? from where?
Voit vɔjt Where to? to where?
Vol vowl What? what?
Vom vowm Which? which?
Vongiga vowŋ-ɪga Used to identify location/direction to something that is stationary. Contrasted with verbs that represent motion toward a location or away from a location.
Voräm voʊɹ-ɐm see the section on relative pronouns.
Voräma voʊɹ-ɐm-a see the section on relative pronouns.
Vorämae voʊɹ-ɐm-eɪ see the section on relative pronouns.
Vorämaes voʊɹ-ɐm-eɪs see the section on relative pronouns.
Vorämai voʊɹ-ɐm-aj see the section on relative pronouns.
Vorämais voʊɹ-ɐm-ajs see the section on relative pronouns.
Vorämas voʊɹ-ɐm-as see the section on relative pronouns.
Voräme voʊɹ-ɐm-ɛ see the section on relative pronouns.
Vorämes voʊɹ-ɐm-ɛs see the section on relative pronouns.
Vorämo voʊɹ-ɐm-ow see the section on relative pronouns.
Vorämos voʊɹ-ɐm-ows see the section on relative pronouns.
Vorämus voʊɹ-ɐmʊs see the section on relative pronouns.
Vos vows Who/Whom who? Whom?
Vot vowt What time? what time is this? What day? What month?
Vul vʊl Play play (as in recreation).
Vuliga vʊl-ɪga Play the infinitive form of the verb "to play".